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SERVICE MANUAL

CODE : 00ZARFX10/A2E

DIGITAL FULL COLOR


MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM OPTION
FAX EXPANSION KIT
(For U.S.A., Canada)

MODEL

AR-FX10

OPTION AR-MM9
CONTENTS

[1] PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1


[2] CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
[3] SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1
[5] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 1
[6] SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1
[7] MACHINE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 1
[8] ELECTRICAL SECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 1

Parts marked with are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with
specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

CONTENTS

[1] PRODUCT OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

[6] SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH


1. Entering the simulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1

[2] CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

2. Switching the simulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1


3. Canceling the simulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
4. Simulation list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1

[3] SPECIFICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

5. Detail of simulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3


6. FAX software switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13

[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES


1. Operation panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
2. FAX mode (Condition settings screen) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2

[7] MACHINE OPERATION


1. Key operator programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
2. Originals that can be faxed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2

[5] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1

3. Own number sending. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3


4. Quick On-line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
5. Trouble codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4

[8] ELECTRICAL SECTION


1. Actual wiring diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
2. MDMC PWB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
3. TEL/LIU PWB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-19
4. FAX power unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-25

[1] PRODUCT OUTLINE


This unit provides the FAX function to the following machines:
Machines to install this unit:
AR-BC260/BC320

[2] CONFIGURATION
Extended memory
<AR-MM9>
* Installed to ICU PWB.

<AR-BC260>

FAX-BOX unit
<AR-FX10>

<AR-BC320>

AR-FX10 PRODUCT OUTLINE / CONFIGURATION 1 - 1

[3] SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Transmission method

(8) F code transmission

Transmission time

Sub address

Password

Memory Box

50 destinations

2 second level (Super G3/JBIG)


6 second level (G3 ECM)
(A4/Standard mode, Sharp Standard
original)

(9) Memory for Transmit/Receive

Compression method MH, MR, MMR, JBIG


Modem speed

33.6kbps 2.4kbps automatic fallback

Communication
speed/mode

Super G3: 33.6kbps / G3: 14.4kbps

Communication line

General telephone line (PSTN)

ECM

Standard

Data back-up with 2MB flash Memory


(Can store at least 110 pages of A4
standard original)

Memory extended

Expandable (8MB) (Can store at least


550 pages of A4 standard original)

(2) Number of Support Line

(10) Function

Standard

1 line

Expansion

Not provided

Transmit Memory transmit


function

(Definable destinations:
50 (AR-BC260)/97 (ARBC320) destinations)

(3) Transmission Mode

On-hook

RSPF (AR-BC260)/RADF (AR-BC320) / (Switching during the


OC transmission switching
reading is not
feasible)

Quick online transmit

(4) Fax Image Quality/Image Process


Half tone
reproduction

Equivalent to 256 levels

Direct transmit

At on-hook only

Auto reduction transmit

A3 B4, A3 A4,
B4 A4

Rotation transmit

Re-call mode

(Re-call times/interval
of time to be set by key
operator program (User
can set the conditions
for line busy and error
occasion respectively.))

Book original transmit

Long length original


transmit

(Max. 800mm:
AR-BC260)
(AR-BC320)

Exposure adjustment Auto / Manual (5 steps)


Quality selection

Half-tone ON/OFF

Resolution

Standard
(8x3.85 lines/mm, 203.2x97.8dpi)
Fine (8x7.7 lines/mm, 203.2x195.6dpi)
Super Fine
(8x15.4 lines/mm, 203.2x391dpi)
Ultra Fine
(16x15.4 lines/mm, 406.4x391dpi)

(5) Record Size (Fax reception)

Verification stamp function


ACR function

Max. record width

293mm

Record size

A3 A5, 11" x 17" 8.5" x 5.5"

(6) Dial

Receive Auto receive


function Manual receive

(For limited customer


only but not for general
custamer)

To be entered by 10-key, # key, key

Memory receive

Chain dialig

To be used in conjunction with Pause, up


to 64 digits

Reduced receive for


standard size

Re-dialing

To recall the latest number dialed with 10key

Scaling receive for


specified size

One-touch dial

500 destinations (not including the number


of scanner address)

Rotation receive

Divided receive

(To be defined by key


operator program)

Duplex receive

(To be defined by key


operator program)

2 in 1 receive

Manual dialing

Speed dialing

Group dialing

To be registered in the one-touch dialing

Dial search

Alphabet order search, User index groups

Program

8 destinations

Handset

Not provided

Authorized receive only for


specified number

(7) Definition of Multiple Destinations


Usable dials

Manual dial, One-touch dial and Group


dial

Definable destination Max. 100 destinations

Prohibited receive only for


specified number
Auto switching between
TEL/FAX

Sequential
broadcasting

External phone
connection, remote

Simultaneous Scan
to E-mail

(Because scanner and fax is separated,


fax and e-mail mixed broadcasting
cannot be made.)

Remote switch number


setup

(1 digit: 0 9 /
Default: 5)

Ringing sound pattern


selection

Answering phone
connection

(To avoid patent


infringement)

Sequential

transmission request

AR-FX10 SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 1

Receive Transfer function at output


function trouble
Auto wake up mode

Call hold

Anti junk fax settings

(Max. 50)

Special Time setting


function Polling receive

Memory polled

Cover function

Print at sender

Page division

Page combination

Confidential

(F code method)

Transmit broadcast
direction

(F code method)

Transmit message

Scaling transmit

Report/ Transmit/receive record


List
Transmit/receive result
function
Programmed one-touch
key list

Group list

Sender list

Confidential box check list

Other

Transmit group list

(Integrated to the
memory box list)

Program list

Reserved transmit list

Memory box list

Memory clear notice list

PBX setting

R key display

Manual/Auto receive auto


select call number setting

Date format select setting

AR-FX10 SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 2

[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES


1. Operation panel
1

7
1

Touch panel

2
3

Mode select keys


[IMAGE SEND] key

4
5

Numeric keys
[C] key (clear key)

[CA] key (clear all key)

7
8
9

[] key
[BLACK COPY START] key
[COLOR COPY START] key

Messages and keys appear on the touch panel. Key input is accomplished by touching the keys.
When a key in the touch panel is touched, a beep sounds and the key is highlighted.
Keys that cannot be selected in a screen are greyed out. If touched, a double-beep will sound to
alert you that the key cannot be selected.
Use these keys to change modes.
Press to switch to fax mode. The initial screen of fax mode will appear.
When the network scanner option is installed, touch this key to return to the initial screen of fax
mode or scanner mode, whichever mode was selected last. (Pressing the [IMAGE SEND] key in a
copy screen or printer screen returns you to the initial screen of fax mode.) To switch to the initial
screen of fax mode from the initial screen of scanner mode, touch the [SCANNER/FAX] key.
Use to enter fax numbers, sub-addresses, passcodes, and numerical settings.
Use to clear a mistake when entering fax numbers, sub-addresses, passcodes, and numerical
settings. One digit is cleared each time you press the key.
When an original is being scanned, this key can also be used to cancel scanning.
Use to cancel a transmission or programming operation. When this key is pressed, the operation is
cancelled and you return to the initial screen described on the following page.
This key is also used to cancel a resolution, paper size, or special function setting that was
selected when sending a fax.
This is used to produce tone signals when you are on a pulse dial line.
Press to begin scanning an original for fax transmission.
Not used when using the machine as a fax machine. (For information on this key.)

AR-FX10 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4 - 1

2. FAX mode (Condition settings screen)


The condition settings screen of fax mode is displayed by pressing the [IMAGE SEND] key while the print mode, copy mode, or job status
screen appears in the touch panel. In the explanations that follow, it is assumed that the initial screen that appears after pressing the
[IMAGE SEND] key is the condition settings screen (shown below). If you have set the display to show the address directory screen (next
page) when the [IMAGE SEND] key is pressed, touch the [CONDITION SETTINGS] key in the address directory screen to display the condition settings screen.
"Default display settings" in the key operator programs can be used to select whether the condition settings screen (below) appears or the
address directory screen (next page) appears as the initial screen when the [IMAGE SEND] key is pressed.
When the network scanner option is installed, you will return to the initial screen of fax mode or scanner mode, whichever mode was
selected last. (Pressing the [IMAGE SEND] key in a copy screen or printer screen returns you to the initial screen of fax mode.)

A. Condition settings screen


The display is initially set (factory setting) to show the following condition settings screen as the initial screen.

READY TO SEND.

SPEAKER

14
13

AUTO
EXPOSURE

12

STANDARD
RESOLUTION

11

AUTO
ORIGINAL

FAX MEMORY:100%
AUTO RECEPTION

SPECIAL MODES
SCANNER

10
1

Message display

2
3

Memory and reception mode


display
[SPEAKER] key

[REDIAL] key

[ADDRESS DIRECTORY] key

6
7

[SUB ADDRESS] key


[ADDRESS REVIEW] key

[SCANNER/FAX] key

[SPECIAL MODES] key

10

Two-sided original icon display

11

[ORIGINAL] key

12

[RESOLUTION] key

13

[EXPOSURE] key

14

Special function icon display

4
REDIAL
ADDRESS
DIRECTORY

SUB ADDRESS

ADDRESS REVIEW

FAX

Messages appear here to indicate the current status of the machine. The icon at left (
)
indicates fax mode.
This shows the amount of fax memory that is free and the currently selected reception mode.
Touch the [SPEAKER] key to dial and transmit a fax manually.
During dialing it changes into the [PAUSE] key, and after touching the [SUB ADDRESS] key it
changes into the [SPACE] key.
Touch this key to redial the number most recently dialed with the numeric keys or a one-touch key.
After dialing, this key changes into the [NEXT ADDRESS] key.
Touch this key to display the address directory screen (next page). Touch this key when you want
to use an auto-dial number (one-touch dialing or group dialing).
Touch this key to enter a sub-address and passcode when using F-code transmission.
When performing a broadcast transmission, touch this key to check your selected destinations.
The selected destinations will appear and any unneeded destinations can be deleted.
This key appears when the network scanner option is installed. Touch the key to switch between
the scanner screen and the fax screen. When the fax screen appears, "FAX" is highlighted. When
the scanner screen appears, "SCANNER" is highlighted.
Touch this key to set one of the following special functions:
Timer transmission
Polling
Dual page scan
Program
Memory box
Icons appear here when you touch the [ORIGINAL] key and select two-sided scanning. The icons
can be touched to open function selection screens.
Touch this key when you wish to manually set the size of the original to be scanned or scan both
sides of the original.
Touch this key to change the resolution setting for the original to be scanned. The selected
resolution setting will be highlighted above the key. The initial factory setting is [STANDARD].
Touch this key to change the exposure setting for the original to be scanned. The selected
exposure setting will be highlighted above the key. The initial factory setting is [AUTO].
When a special function such as polling or dual page scan is selected, a special function icon
appears here.

AR-FX10 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4 - 2

B. Address directory screen (alphabetically ordered)


The screen below appears initially when the address directory is set as the initial screen using "Default display settings" in the key operator
programs.

2
READY TO SEND.

SPEAKER

REDIAL
CONDITION
SETTINGS

SUB ADDRESS

FREQUENT USE

ABCD

ADDRESS REVIEW

EFGHI

5
1

One-touch key display

Display switching keys

[CONDITION SETTINGS] key

4
5

[ABC
GROUP] key
Index keys

JKLMN

OPQRST

UVWXYZ

ABC

GROUP

This shows the one-touch keys that have been stored on the selected "index card". The key type is
indicated by the icon at the right. One-touch keys in which a fax number is stored are indicated by
a " " icon. The display is initially set to show 8 keys.
This can be changed to 6 or 12 using the key operator program.
In cases where the one-touch keys cannot all be displayed on one screen, this shows how many
screens are left. Touch the
keys to move through the screens.
This displays the condition settings screen (previous page), which is used to set various
conditions.
Touch this key to switch between the alphabetical index and the group index.
One-touch key destinations are stored on each of these index cards (alphabetical index or group
index). Touch this key to switch between the indexes.
Group indexes make it possible to store one-touch keys by group with an assigned name for easy
reference. This is done with the custom settings. Frequently used one-touch key destinations can
be stored on the [FREQUENT USE] card for convenient access.

NOTE
The screen showed above is the alphabetical address directory. If desired, the initial screen can be set to the group address directory.

AR-FX10 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4 - 3

[5] UNPACKING AND


INSTALLATION

(3)

<Before Installation>

Pull the interface cable gently to your side to check that the snap
band is secured to the OP connector mounting plate and that the
snap band on the cable is not loosened.

Secure the fax interface cable.

Attach the supplied snap band to the fax interface cable as shown
in the illustration and fit the snap band into the hole of the OP
connector mounting plate.

Start installation after checking that the COMMUNICATION


indicator on the operation panel is neither lit nor blinking.

Then, cut off unnecessary portions with nippers.

Parts included
Snap band

Line cable: 1 pc.

Screw B: 1 pc.

Snap band: 1 pc.


Operation manual:
1 volume

Fax box mounting plate


(for main unit): 1 pc.

(1)

Turn off the power switch of the printer.

Turn the power switch located on the left side of the printer to the
"OFF" position.
Then remove the power plug of the main unit from the outlet.

(4)

Attach the rear connecting cabinet.

1) Cut out the cut-out portion.


2) Pass the fax interface cable through the cut-out portion and
attach it to the rear connecting cabinet taking care about the
engagement with the rear cabinet.

OFF

(2)

3) Secure the cabinet with two screws at the two positions


shown in the illustration.

Remove the rear connecting cabinet.

4) Tighten the rear cabinet securing screw that has been loosened at 1) in step (2).

1) Loosen the rear cabinet securing screw.


2) Remove the three rear connecting cabinet securing screws
and lift the rear connecting cabinet to remove it taking care
about the engagement with the rear cabinet.

(5)

Attach the fax box mounting plate (for main unit).

1) Remove the two rear cabinet securing screws.


3) Peel the securing tape of the FAX interface cable stored in
the printer and pull out the cable from the wire saddle.

2) Use the two screws that have been removed to secure the fax
box mounting plate (for main unit) with the rear cabinet.

Wire saddle

AR-FX10 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5 - 1

(6)

Attach the fax box unit.

(8)

1) Remove the rear cabinet securing screw.


2) Insert the shaft of the fax box mounting plate into the mounting section of the fax box.

Connect the fax interface cable.

Connect the connector of the fax interface cable to the connector


of the fax box unit.

If mounting of additional fax memory is not needed, proceed to step (10).

Operation for mounting additional fax memory


(AR-MM9)

3) Secure the fax box unit with screw B and the rear cabinet
securing screw that has been removed at 1).

Additional fax memory

(9)

Mount the additional fax memory to the ICU PWB.

1) Remove the two screws from the upper output tray and slide
the tray in the direction of the arrow to remove it.
Screw B
Screws

Upper output tray

2) Remove the two screws from the ICU cover and slide the
cover in the direction of the arrow to remove it.

Screws

(7)

Connect the fax power supply connector.

1) Remove the connector cover securing screw from the back of


the printer and remove the connector cover.
ICU cover

3) Mount the additional fax memory to the socket of the ICU


PWB.

2) Ensure that the fax power switch is set to "OFF."


3) Connect the fax power supply connector to the connector of
the printer and secure it by tightening the three screws.

IC

Screws
OFF

4) Reattach the ICU cover to its original position and secure it


with the two screws.
Screws

5) Reattach the upper output tray to its original position and


secure it with the two screws.

AR-FX10 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5 - 2

(10) Turn on the main switch of the printer and the fax
power switch.
Insert the power plug of the printer to the outlet and turn on the
main power switch and the fax power switch.

(12) Set the destination for the fax.


1) Switch the operation panel to the copy mode and use the key
operation [P] [] [C] and [] to enter the simulation
mode.
2) Use the 10-key pad to enter [66] in the main code entry
screen and press the [START] key.

ON
ON

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION

INPUT A MAIN PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.

66

(11) Set the destination for the main unit.


Be sure to set the destination for the main unit before setting the destination for the fax.
1) Switch the operation panel to the copy mode and use the key
operation [P] [] [C] and [] to enter the simulation
mode.
2) Use the 10-key pad to enter [26] in the main code entry
screen and press the [START] key.

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION

INPUT A MAIN PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.

26

3) Use the 10-key pad to enter [2] in the sub-code entry screen
and press the [START] key.

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66

INPUT A SUB PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.


1:FAX SOFT SW. SETTING
7:IMAGE MEMORY PRINT OUT
2:FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR
8:MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK
(WITHOUT ADJUSTMENT VALUE)
(LEVEL MAX)
9:MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK(SOFT SW)
3:FAX PWB MEMORY CHECK
4:SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK(LEVEL MAX) 10:IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR
11:300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT
5:SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK(SOFT SW.)
(LEVEL MAX)
6:PASS CODE PRINT OUT

1/3

4) To set the U.K. as the destination, enter [10110100] using the


10-key pad and select [SET] [EXECUTE], and [YES] in this
order to register it.
3) The sub-code list is displayed. Use the 10-key pad to enter [6]
and press the [START] key.

When you press the [CA] key, this machine will be rebooted
and will start with the setting of the selected destination.

0
0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 26

INPUT A SUB PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.


26
2:SIZE SETUP
38:ENGINE LIFE OVER SETTING
3:AUDITOR SETUP
41:PAMPHLET MODE AMS SETTING
5:A3(11 X 17)COUNTUP
49:COPY SPEED MODE SETUP
6:DESTINATION SETUP
50:FUNCTION SETTING
10:NETWORK SCANNER
52:A BLANK PAPER COUNT MODE SETUP
TRIAL MODE SETUP 53:DISABLING OF AUTOMATIC
1/2
35:TROUBLE MEMORY MODE SETUP
COLOR CALIBRATION.

CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66-02

FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR(WITHOUT ADJUSTMENT VALUE)


PRESENT: -------NEW:

SET

DEST CODE
ARE YOU SURE?

YES

NO

EXECUTE

4) Select the desired destination from the destination list and


press the [START] key.
When you press the [CA] key, this machine will be rebooted
and will start with the setting of the selected destination for
the main unit.
(For example, to set the U.K. as the destination, select [U.K.]
from the destination list.)

0
TEST SIMULATION NO. 66-02

CLOSE

FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR(WITHOUT ADJUSTMENT VALUE)


PRESENT: -------NEW: 10110100

SET

DEST CODE
ARE YOU SURE?

YES

NO

EXECUTE

AB _ A

1/1

CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 26-06

DESTINATION SETUP
U. S. A.
AB _ B

1/1

Canada

Inch

Japan

Europe

U. K.

Aus.

NOTE: To display the list of country codes, press the [DEST


CODE] key.
Separate table 1: Setting value of destination for fax

China

Destination
JAPAN
U.S.A.
AUSTRALIA
NEWZEALAND
U.K.
FRANCE
GERMANY
SWEDEN

AR-FX10 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5 - 3

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FAX Software SW No 1 8
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(13) Clear the image memory.

(14) Connect the line cable to the fax box unit.

If an additional memory (AR-MM9) has been mounted, be


sure to carry out this step.
If no additional memory has been mounted, this step is not
necessary.

Connect the line cable to the fax box unit.

1) Switch the operation panel to the copy mode and use the key
operation [P] [] [C] and [] to enter the simulation
mode.

TEL
LINE

2) Use the 10-key pad to enter [66] in the main code entry
screen and press the [START] key.

0
TEST SIMULATION

CLOSE

INPUT A MAIN PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.

66

3) Use the 10-key pad to enter [10] in the sub-code entry screen
and press the [START] key.

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66

INPUT A SUB PROGRAM NUMBER BY 10-KEY PAD, AND PRESS START.


10
1:FAX SOFT SW. SETTING
7:IMAGE MEMORY PRINT OUT
2:FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR
8:MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK
(WITHOUT ADJUSTMENT VALUE)
(LEVEL MAX)
3:FAX PWB MEMORY CHECK
9:MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK(SOFT SW)
4:SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK(LEVEL MAX) 10:IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR
5:SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK(SOFT SW.) 11:300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT
(LEVEL MAX) 1 / 3
6:PASS CODE PRINT OUT

4) In the submenu screen, press [EXECUT] and [YES].

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66-10

IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR

ARE YOU SURE?

YES

NO

EXECUTE

5) The screen shown on the right is displayed and memory clear


operation is executed.

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66-10

IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR

ARE YOU SURE?

YES

NO

EXECUTE

6) After several minutes, memory clear operation is completed.


(When highlighting of the [YES] key disappears, the clear
operation is complete.)
If you press the [CA] key, the screen shown on the right is displayed. Turn off both power switches and then on again.

0
CLOSE

TEST SIMULATION NO. 66-10

IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR

TO TURN THE COPIER ON, TURN THE POWER


SWITCH TO OFF THEN ON AGAIN.

ARE YOU SURE?

YES

NO

EXECUTE

AR-FX10 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5 - 4

[6] SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH


1. Entering the simulation mode
a. Nomal mode
Enter the copy mode and perform the following procedures.
[P]

[*]

[C]

[*]

[Main code]

[START]

[Sub code]

[START]

b. FAX mode
Enter the copy mode and perform the following procedures.
[9]

[*]

[8]

[#]

[7]

2. Switching the simulation mode


Press [CUSTOM SETTINGS] to return to the code entry screen.

3. Canceling the simulation mode


Press [CA] key to cancel the simulation mode.

4. Simulation list
Code
Main Sub
22
5
6

Function (Purpose)

Purpose

Used to check the ROM version of


each unit (section).
Used to print the setting and
adjustment data list.

11

Used to check the number of use of


FAX. (When the FAX is installed)

24

10

46

40

Used to clear the FAX counter.


(When the FAX is installed)
Collective adjustment of FAX mode
(all modes) document scan density
(When the FAX is installed)
Used to adjust the FAX mode
(normal mode) document scan
density (when the FAX is installed).
Used to adjust the FAX mode (fine
text mode) document scan density
(when the FAX is installed).
Used to adjust the FAX mode (super
fine mode) document scan density
(when the FAX is installed).
Used to adjust the FAX mode (ultrafine mode) document scan density
(when the FAX is installed).
Used for firmware version up
(Machine/FAX).
Used to adjust image loss in the
FAX/scanner mode.
Used to change/set the soft SW
setting (FAX-related items). (When
the FAX is installed.)
Used to initialize the soft SW setting
(FAX-related items) according to the
destination. (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to check the memory on the
Modem controller. (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to select a signal and send it to
the line and speaker (at the max.
level). (When the FAX is installed.)
Used to select a signal and send it to
the line and the speaker. (Level: Soft
SW setting) (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to print the check list of the
contents when confidential
registration is made. (When the FAX
is installed.)
Used to print all the images in the
memory. (When the FAX is
installed.)

41

42

43

44

49

50

27

66

Section

Item

Others

Software

Adjustment/Setting/
Operation data output,
check (display, print)
FAX
Adjustment/Setting/
Operation data output,
check (display, print)
Data clear
FAX

Data

Counter

Adjustment

ICU PWB / FAX

Picture quality

Adjustment

ICU PWB / FAX

Picture quality

Adjustment

ICU PWB / FAX

Picture quality

Adjustment

ICU PWB / FAX

Picture quality

Adjustment

ICU PWB / FAX

Picture quality

Version up

Firmware (Machine/FAX)

Operation

Adjustment

FAX/Scanner

Picture quality

Setting

FAX

Setting

FAX

Data

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Data output/check

FAX

Data

Confidential pass
code

Data output/check

FAX

Data

Image data

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 1

Setting/
Adjustment data

Counter

Initializing

Code
Main Sub
66
8

10
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23
24

29

30

31

32

Function (Purpose)

Purpose

Used to select a voice message and


send it to the line and the speaker (at
the max. level). (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to select a signal and send it to
the line and the speaker. (Level: soft
SW setting). (When the FAX is
installed.)
All the images in the memory can be
deleted. (When the FAX is installed.)
Used to select a pattern and send it
to the line and the speaker at 300bps
(at the max. level). (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to select a pattern and send it
to the line and the speaker at
300bps. (Level: soft SW setting)
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to register a dial number for
test used in SIM 66-14/15/16. (When
the FAX is installed.)
Used to adjust and check the make
time of dial pulse (10pps). (When the
FAX is installed.)
Used to adjust and check the make
time of the dial pulse (20pps). (When
the FAX is installed.)
Used to adjust and check the send
level of DTFM signal. (When the
FAX is installed.)
Used to select the DTFM signal (1
9, 0, *, #) to send it to the line and
the speaker (at the max. level).
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to select the DTFM signal (1
9, 0, *, #) to send it to the line and
the speaker (Level: soft SW setting).
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to write the ICU PWB SRAM
contents (various set values and
user data) into the Flash ROM (ARMM9). (When the FAX is installed.)
Used to write the Flash ROM (ARMM9) contents (SRAM contents
written with SIM 66-19) into the ICU
PWB SRAM. (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to print various registration
information, communication, file
management, system error, and
protocol information. (When the FAX
is installed.)
Used to set the sound volume of the
handset. (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to download the FAX program.
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to clear the data in the FAST
memory. (When the FAX is
installed.)
Used to clear the data related to the
address book (one-touch
registration, program registration/
expansion, interface memory box
registration, each table contents).
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to check the status change of
the TEL/LIU sensor. (When the FAX
is installed.)
Used to set ON/OFF of each port for
output to the TEL/LIU. (When the
FAX is installed.)
Used to check (compare) the
received data (fixed data) from the
line to make judgment of error or
normal. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

Item

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Data clear

FAX

Data

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Data

Adjustment

FAX

Operation

Adjustment

FAX

Operation

Adjustment

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Backup

FAX

Data

Backup

FAX

Data

Check

FAX

Data

Setting

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Operation

Data clear

FAX

Data

Initializing

Data clear

FAX

Data

Initializing

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 2

Image data

Registration

Code
Main Sub
66
33

34

35
36

39
42
43

Function (Purpose)

Purpose

Used to detect signals (BUSY


TONE/CNG/CED/FNET) from the
line. (When the FAX is installed.)
Used to display the time required for
sending the test image data. (When
the FAX is installed.)
Used to rewrite the Modem program.
(When the FAX is installed.)
Used to check send/receive (data/
command line) from the Modem
controller to the MFP controller.
(When the FAX is installed)
Used to set the destination of the
FAX. (When the FAX is installed.)
PIC program rewriting (When the
FAX is installed.)
PIC adjustment value writing (When
the FAX is installed.)

Section

Item

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Data

Operation test/check

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Specifications

Setting

FAX

Operation

Setting

FAX

Operation

Writing

5. Detail of simulations
22

22
22

-5

Purpose

Others

Function
(Purpose)

Used to check the ROM version of each unit


(section).

Item

Software

Operation/ If there is any problem in the software, check the


Procedure ROM version of each section with this simulation
and replace with a new version if necessary.
(Sections to be displayed)
ICU
PCU
SCANNER
COL REV DATA
OPE PROG
PRT BOOT
PRT PROG
FAX
FIN-SORTER
PUNCH
DESK
LCC
NIC
PS

ICU control
Engine control section
Scanner control section
Color correction ROM
OPE control section
PRT boot
PRT control section
FAX control section
Finisher/Sorter
Punch unit
Desk
Large capacity cassette
NIC
PostScript

-6

Purpose

Adjustment/Setting/Operation data output, check,


(display, print)

Function
(Purpose)

Used to print the setting and adjustment data list.

Item

Data

Setting/Adjustment data

Operation/ When installing or servicing, execute this simulation


Procedure to print and store the adjustment values and setting
data for use in the next servicing. (Memory trouble,
PWB replacement, etc.)
In this case, the print conditions can be set
optionally.
1. Select the setup item. (The selected item is
highlighted.)
2. Set the item and conditions with the 10-key pad.
3. Press the [EXECUTE] key to print various data.
Item
Display item
Low High Default
Description
A DATA PATTERN 1
1
1
=1
B PAPER SELECT
1
6
2
Cassette selection
=1 MANUAL
Manual paper feed
=2 CAS1
Cassette 1
=3 CAS2
Cassette 2
=4 CAS3
Cassette 3
=5 CAS4
Cassette 4
=6 LCC
LCC

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 3

22

-11

Purpose

46

Function
(Purpose)

Adjustment/Setting/Operation data output, check


(display, print)
Used to check the number of use of FAX.
(When FAX installed)

Section
Item

-40

46

Purpose

Adjustment

FAX

Function
(Purpose)

Collective adjustment of FAX mode (all modes)


document scan density (when FAX is installed)

Counter

Section

ICU PWB/FAX

Item

Picture quality

Operation/ The FAX send/receive counter value is displayed.


Procedure
(Counter values to be displayed)
Display
FAX SEND
FAX RECEIVED
FAX OUTPUT
SEND IMAGES
SEND TIME
RECEIVED TIME

Content
FAX send counter
FAX receive counter
FAX print number
FAX send number counter
FAX send time
FAX receive time

Operation/ The print densities of all the modes (FAX modes)


Procedure can be collectively and uniformly changed with the
adjusted density level of each mode (normal, fine
text, super fine, ultra fine) as the start point.
1. Select the print density adjustment mode with the scroll key.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key, and press [OK]
key.
The adjustment value is set.
3. Set the print condition with the scroll key and the 10-key.
4. Set a document and press [EXECUTE] key.
The document is scanned at the density level set in procedure 2
and it is printed.
(Item to be set)
A AUTO
B PAPER
C EXIT TRAY
*1

: 1: MFT 2: CS1
*2
: 1: R 2: S

24
24

Item
Exposure data value
(Collective)
Print execution cassette
selection
Paper exit tray selection
3: CS2

4: CS3

Set range
1 to 99

Default
50

1 to 6 *1

1 to 2 *2

5: CS4

6: LCC

-10

Purpose

Data clear

Function
(Purpose)

Used to clear the FAX counter. (with FAX installed)

Section

FAX

Item

Counter

Operation/ 1. Select the counter to be cleared.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.
The display for reconfirmation to clear is shown.
3. Select YES or NO to clear the counter.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
(Counters to be cleared)
Display
FAX SEND
FAX RECEIVED
FAX OUTPUT
SEND IMAGES
SEND TIIME
RECEIVE TIME

Content
FAX send counter
FAX receive counter
FAX print number
FAX send number counter
FAX send time
FAX receive time

-41

46

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust the FAX mode (normal mode)


document scan density (when the FAX is installed).

Section

ICU PWB/FAX

Item

Picture quality

Operation/ 1. Select the print density adjustment mode with the


Procedure
scroll key.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key, and press [OK]
key.
The adjustment value is set.
3. Set the print condition with the scroll key and the 10-key.
4. Set a document and press [EXECUTE] key.
The document is scanned at the density level set in procedure 2
and it is printed.
(Item to be set)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I

Item
AUTO
Automatic
LEVEL1
Manual level 1
LEVEL2
Manual level 2
LEVEL3
Manual level 3
LEVEL4
Manual level 4
LEVEL5
Manual level 5
EXECUTE MODE Print mode
PAPER
Print execution
cassette selection
EXIT TRAY
Paper exit tray
selection

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 4

Set range Default


1 to 99
1 to 99
1 to 99
1 to 99
1 to 99
1 to 99
1 to 6 *1
1 to 6 *2

50
50
50
50
50
50
1
2

1 to 2 *3

*1

: 1: AUTO 2: LEVEL1 3: LEVEL2 4: LEVEL3 5: LEVEL4


6: LEVEL5
*2: 1: MFT 2: CS1 3: CS2 4: CS3 5: CS4 6: LCC
*3
: 1: R 2: S

-43

46

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust the FAX mode (super fine mode)


document scan density (when the FAX is installed).

Adjustment

Section

ICU PWB/FAX

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust the FAX mode (fine text mode)


document scan density (when the FAX is installed).

Item

Picture quality

Section

ICU PWB/FAX

Item

Picture quality

46

-42

Purpose

Operation/ 1. Select the print density adjustment mode with the


Procedure
scroll key.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key, and press [OK]
key.
The adjustment value is set.
3. Set the print condition with the scroll key and the 10-key.
4. Set a document and press [EXECUTE] key.
The document is scanned at the density level set in procedure 2
and it is printed.
(Item to be set)
A AUTO
B LEVEL1
C LEVEL2
D LEVEL3
E LEVEL4
F LEVEL5
G AUTO
(HALF TONE)
H LEVEL1
(HALF TONE)
I LEVEL2
(HALF TONE)
J LEVEL3
(HALF TONE)
K LEVEL4
(HALF TONE)
L LEVEL5
(HALF TONE)
M EXECUTE MODE
N PAPER
O EXIT TRAY
*1

Item
Set range Default
Fine text/Auto/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 1/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 2/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 3/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 4/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 5/
1 99
50
Without half-tone
Fine text/Auto/With half-tone
1 99
50

Operation/ 1. Select the print density adjustment mode with the


Procedure
scroll key.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key, and
press [OK] key.
The adjustment value is set.
3. Set the print condition with the scroll key and the
10-key.
4. Set a document and press [EXECUTE] key.
The document is scanned at the density level set in
procedure 2 and it is printed.
(Item to be set)

B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I

Fine text/ Manual level 1/


With half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 2/
With half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 3/
With half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 4/
With half-tone
Fine text/ Manual level 5/
With half-tone
Print mode
Print execution cassette
selection
Paper exit tray selection

1 99

50

1 99

50

J
K
1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 12 *1
1 6 *2

1
2

12

*3

: 1: AUTO 2: LEVEL1 3: LEVEL2 4: LEVEL3


5: LEVEL4 6: LEVEL5 7: AUTO (HALF TONE)
8: LEVEL1 (HALF TONE) 9: LEVEL2 (HALF TONE)
10: LEVEL3 (HALF TONE) 11: LEVEL4 (HALF TONE)
12: LEVEL5 (HALF TONE)
*2: 1: MFT 2: CS1 3: CS2 4: CS3 5: CS4 6: LCC
*3
: 1: R 2: S

Item
Super fine/ Auto/ Without
half-tone
LEVEL1
Super fine/ Manual level 1/
Without half-tone
LEVEL2
Super fine/ Manual level 2/
Without half-tone
LEVEL3
Super fine/ Manual level 3/
Without half-tone
LEVEL4
Super fine/ Manual level 4/
Without half-tone
LEVEL5
Super fine/ Manual level 5/
Without half-tone
AUTO
Super fine/ Auto/ With half(HALF TONE)
tone
LEVEL1
Super fine/ Manual level 1/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL2
Super fine/ Manual level 2/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL3
Super fine/ Manual level 3/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL4
Super fine/ Manual level 4/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL5
Super fine/ Manual level 5/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
EXECUTE MODE Print mode
PAPER
Print execution cassette
selection
EXIT TRAY
Paper exit tray selection

A AUTO

M
N
O
*1

Set range Default


1 99
50
1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 12 *1
1 6 *2

1
2

12

*3

: 1: AUTO 2: LEVEL1 3: LEVEL2 4: LEVEL3


5: LEVEL4 6: LEVEL5 7: AUTO (HALF TONE)
8: LEVEL1 (HALF TONE) 9: LEVEL2 (HALF TONE)
10: LEVEL3 (HALF TONE) 11: LEVEL4 (HALF TONE)
12: LEVEL5 (HALF TONE)
*2: 1: MFT 2: CS1 3: CS2 4: CS3 5: CS4 6: LCC
*3
: 1: R 2: S

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 5

-44

46

49

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust the FAX mode (ultra-fine mode)


document scan density (when the FAX is installed).

Section

ICU PWB/FAX

Item

Picture quality

Operation/ 1. Select the print density adjustment mode with the


Procedure
scroll key.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key, and
press [OK] key.
The adjustment value is set.
3. Set the print condition with the scroll key and the
10-key.
4. Set a document and press [EXECUTE] key.
The document is scanned at the density level set in
procedure 2 and it is printed.

49

-1

Purpose

Version up

Function
(Purpose)

Used for firmware version up (Machine/FAX).

Section

Firmware (Machine/FAX)

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key to enter the Flash


Procedure
ROM writing mode.
2. Start the download program on the PC side and
perform Flash ROM writing.

(Item to be set)
Item
Ultra-fine/ Auto/ Without
half-tone
LEVEL1
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 1/
Without half-tone
LEVEL2
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 2/
Without half-tone
LEVEL3
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 3/
Without half-tone
LEVEL4
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 4/
Without half-tone
LEVEL5
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 5/
Without half-tone
AUTO
Ultra-fine/ Auto/ With half(HALF TONE)
tone
LEVEL1
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 1/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL2
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 2/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL3
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 3/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL4
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 4/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
LEVEL5
Ultra-fine/ Manual level 5/
(HALF TONE)
With half-tone
EXECUTE MODE Print mode
PAPER
Print execution cassette
selection
EXIT TRAY
Paper exit tray selection

A AUTO
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O

Set range Default


1 99
50
1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

1 99

50

Operation/ 1. Select the adjustment mode with the scroll key.


Procedure 2. Enter the adjustment value at the selected point,
and press the [OK] key. The entered value is set.

1 99

50

1 99

50

Display

1 12 *1
1 6 *2

1
2

A
B
C

50

12

*3

50

-27

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust image loss in the FAX/scanner mode.

Section

FAX/Scanner

Item

Picture quality

Image position

When the adjustment value is changed, the image losses at the


four corners are changed uniformly.
Min.
Max.
Default
Value Value
FAX MODE image loss
0
99
20
PUSH SCAN MODE image loss
0
99
30
PULL SCAN MODE image loss
0
99
0
Content

*1

: 1: AUTO 2: LEVEL1 3: LEVEL2 4: LEVEL3


5: LEVEL4 6: LEVEL5 7: AUTO (HALF TONE)
8: LEVEL1 (HALF TONE) 9: LEVEL2 (HALF TONE)
10: LEVEL3 (HALF TONE) 11: LEVEL4 (HALF TONE)
12: LEVEL5 (HALF TONE)
*2
: 1: MFT 2: CS1 3: CS2 4: CS3 5: CS4 6: LCC
*3
: 1: R 2: S

66
66

-01

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to change/set the soft SW setting (FAX-related


items). (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Operation/ 1. Enter the soft SW number to be selected with the


Procedure
10-key.
2. Change or set the selected soft SW setting.
3. Enter [EXECUTE] key to save the setting.
The FAX-related soft SW setting is displayed on the LCD for
checking and changing.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 6

(Sendable signals)
Page.1:

66

-02

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to initialize the soft SW setting (FAX-related


items) according to the destination.
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Initializing

Operation/ 1. Enter the destination code with the 10-key, and


Procedure
press [SET] key.
2. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key
display)
3. When [Yes] key is pressed, the soft SW is
initialized according to the destination code.
(When [No] key is pressed, the operation is
canceled. )

-03

Page.2:

12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT

The unit of setting is kbps. Setting is made by the key display


name. The item in ( ) is, however, excluded.

66

66

NO SIGNAL (No signal is sent.)


33.6 V34 (3429)
31.2 V34 (3429)
28.8 V34 (3429)
26.4 V34 (3200Low)
24.0 V34 (3200Hi)
21.6 V34 (3200Low)
19.2 V34 (3000Hi)
16.8 V34 (3000Low)
14.4 V34 (3000Hi)
12.0 V34 (2800)
9.6 V34 (2800)
7.2 V34 (2800)
4.8 V34 (2400)
2.4 V34 (2400)
14.4 V33

-05

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select a signal and send it to the line and


the speaker. (Level: Soft SW setting)
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)

Used to check the memory on the Modem controller.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Operation/ The page can be selected with the scroll keys.


Procedure 1. Select the send mode.
2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

Section

FAX

(Sendable signals)

Item

Operation

Page.1:

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key.


Procedure
Read/write checks of the EEPROM, the SRAM (G/A), and the
SDRAM on the modem controller and the SRAM and the Flash
ROM on the MFP controller are executed and the results are
displayed.

66

NO SIGNAL (No signal is sent.)


33.6 V34 (3429)
31.2 V34 (3429)
28.8 V34 (3429)
26.4 V34 (3200Low)
24.0 V34 (3200Hi)
21.6 V34 (3200Low)
19.2 V34 (3000Hi)
16.8 V34 (3000Low)
14.4 V34 (3000Hi)
12.0 V34 (2800)
9.6 V34 (2800)
7.2 V34 (2800)
4.8 V34 (2400)
2.4 V34 (2400)
14.4 V33

Page.2:

12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT

The unit of setting is kbps. Setting is made by the key display


name. The item in ( ) is, however, excluded.

-04

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select a signal and send it to the line and


speaker (at the max. level).
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ The page can be selected with the scroll keys.


Procedure 1. Select the send mode.
2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

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-06

Purpose

Data output/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to print the check list of the contents when


confidential registration is made.
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Confidential pass code

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key.


Procedure The confidential registration check list (Box No., BOX
name, and print pass code) is printed. (If there is no
registration, print is not made.)

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-09

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select a signal and send it to the line and


the speaker. (Level: soft SW setting).
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Select the voice message to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.
(Sendable message)
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-07

Purpose

Data output/check

Function
(Purpose)

Used to print all the images in the memory.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Data

Image data

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key.


Procedure All the image data saved in the image memory are
outputted.
The confidential receive data are also outputted.

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NONE
PAUSE
MESSAGE1
MESSAGE2
MESSAGE3
MESSAGE4
MESSAGE5
MESSAGE6
ALARM
RINGER
EXT.TEL.RINGER

66

-08

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select a voice message and send it to the


line and the speaker (at the max. level).
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Select the voice message to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

Mute
Hold-on melody
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Message 4
Message 5
Message 6
Alarm
Calling melody (speaker)
External telephone call

-10

Purpose

Data clear

Function
(Purpose)

All the images in the memory can be deleted.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Data

(Sendable message)
NONE
PAUSE
MESSAGE1
MESSAGE2
MESSAGE3
MESSAGE4
MESSAGE5
MESSAGE6
ALARM
RINGER
EXT.TEL.RINGER

Image data

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key.


Procedure All the image data saved in the image memory are
deleted.
Confidentially received data are also deleted.

Mute
Hold-on melody
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Message 4
Message 5
Message 6
Alarm
Calling melody (speaker)
External telephone call

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 8

66

-11

66

-13

Purpose

Operation test/check

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Function
(Purpose)

Used to register a dial number for test used in SIM


66-14/15/16. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Section

Used to select a pattern and send it to the line and


the speaker at 300bps (at the max. level). (When the
FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Select the pattern to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.
(Sendable voice message)
NO SIGNAL
00000
11111
10101
11110
00001

No signal (CML ON)


Repetition of "00000"
Repetition of "11111"
Repetition of "10101"
Repetition of "11110"
Repetition of "00001"

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66 -12
Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select a pattern and send it to the line and


the speaker at 300bps. (Level: soft SW setting)
(When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Select the pattern to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

Registration

Operation/ If a dial number is already registered, it is displayed


Procedure on "PRESENT: ."
1. Enter a dial number with the 10-key (displayed
on NEW:) and press [SET] key. The registered
number is displayed on "PRESENT:."

-14

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust and check the make time of dial pulse


(10pps). (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Enter the make time to be set with the 10-key.


Procedure 2. Press [OK] key to set.
3. Press [EXECUTE] key to send the pulse (dial set
with SIM 66-13).
(Items to be set)
A

Item
Make time

Set range
0 15

Default
11 (Europe)
6 (Australia, New Zealand)

(Sendable voice message)


NO SIGNAL
00000
11111
10101
11110
00001

No signal (CML ON)


Repetition of "00000"
Repetition of "11111"
Repetition of "10101"
Repetition of "11110"
Repetition of "00001"
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-15

Purpose

Adjustment

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust and check the make time of the dial


pulse (20pps). (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Enter the make time to be set with the 10-key.


Procedure 2. Press [OK] key to set.
3. Press [EXECUTE] key to send the pulse (dial set
with SIM 66-13).
(Items to be set)
A

Item
Make time

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 9

Set range
0 15

Default
8

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-16

66

-19

Purpose

Adjustment

Purpose

Backup

Function
(Purpose)

Used to adjust and check the send level of DTFM


signal. (When the FAX is installed.)

Function
(Purpose)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Section

Used to write the ICU PWB SRAM contents (various


set values and user data) into the Flash ROM (ARMM9). (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Operation/ 1. Select an item to be adjusted with the scroll key.


Procedure 2. Enter the set value with the 10-key.
3. Press [OK] key to set.
4. Press [EXECUTE] key to send pulses (dial set
with SIM 66-13) from the line at each setting of
the high group and the low group of the send
level.
(Adjustable items)
Item
A Level (db)
B Difference between the high and the
low groups

Set range
0 15
0 15

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key display)


Procedure 2. Press [Yes] key to write the ICU PWB SRAM
data into the Flash ROM (AR-MM9).
This function is enabled only when the AR-MM9 is installed. It is
used when the ICU PWB SRAM data must be backed up in case
of repair of the ICU PWB, etc.

Default
5
1

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-20

Purpose

Backup

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to write the Flash ROM (AR-MM9) contents


(SRAM contents written with SIM 66-19) into the ICU
PWB SRAM. (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Purpose

Operation test/check

Item

Data

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select the DTFM signal (1 9, 0, *, #) to


send it to the line and the speaker (at the max.
level). (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key


Procedure
display)
2. Press [Yes] key to write the Flash ROM (ARMM9) data into the ICU PWB SRAM.

Item

Operation

This function is enabled only when the AR-MM9 is installed. It is


used to restore the backup data of the AR-MM9 to the ICU PWB
SRAM after completion of repair of the ICU PWB.

66

-17

Operation/ 1. Select the DTFM signal (1 9, 0, *, #) to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

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66

-18

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to select the DTFM signal (1 9, 0, *, #) to


send it to the line and the speaker (Level: soft SW
setting). (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Select the DTFM signal (1 9, 0, *, #) to be sent.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

-21

Purpose

Check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to print various registration information,


communication, file management, system error, and
protocol information. (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Operation/ 1. Select items to be printed.


Procedure 2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.
(Printable data)
REGISTERED
MANAGEMENT
FILE MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM ERROR
PROTOCOL

Various registration information


Communication management
information
File management information
System error information
Protocol information

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 10

66

66

-22

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to set the sound volume of the handset.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

-29

Purpose

Data clear

Function
(Purpose)

Section

Used to clear the data related to the address book


(one-touch registration, program registration/
expansion, interface memory box registration, each
table contents). (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Data

Initializing

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key


Procedure
display)
2. Press [Yes] key to clear the data stored in the
FAST memory. (Press [NO] key to cancel.)

Operation/ 1. Select the sound volume. (MIN: Minimum,


Procedure
MIDDLE: Middle, MAX. Maximum)
2. Press the [EXECUTE] key.

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66

-23

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to download the FAX program.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)

Used to check the status change of the TEL/LIU


sensor. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ Each display is reversed or normalized according to


Procedure the status change.
(Checkable sensors)
HS1
HS2
RHS
EXHS

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key.


Procedure The FAX program is downloaded.

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-30

Purpose

-24

66

Polarity reverse signal


Polarity reverse signal
Handset hook SW
External telephone hook SW

-31

Purpose

Data clear

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to clear the data in the FAST memory. (When


the FAX is installed.)

Function
(Purpose)

Used to set ON/OFF of each port for output to the


TEL/LIU. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Section

FAX

Item

Data

Item

Operation

Initializing

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key


Procedure
display)
2. Press [Yes] key to clear the data stored in the
FAST memory. (Press [NO] key to cancel.)

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (ON: Reverse


Procedure
display)
2. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (Setting is saved.)
(Settable ports)
MPXA
CION
MR
EC
S
CML
DP

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 11

66

66

-32

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to check (compare) the received data (fixed


data) from the line to make judgment of error or
normal. (When the FAX is installed.)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ The fixed data received from the line are checked
Procedure and the result is displayed.
Coincide: OK is displayed. /
Not coincide: NG is displayed.

66

-33
Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)

Used to detect signals (BUSY TONE/CNG/CED/


FNET) from the line. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ Various signals are detected with the line


Procedure connected.
The detected signals are highlighted.

66

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to rewrite the Modem program.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Data

Writing

Operation/ 1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key


Procedure
display)
2. Press [Yes] key to rewrite the Modem program.
(Press [NO] to cancel.)
3. Check sum is executed and the write result is
displayed.
(Check sum result display)
COMPLETE
81
82
83
84
NG

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Purpose

-35

Purpose

: Write complete
: Check sum error
: Write error
: Delete error
: Verify error
: Because of LOADER NG

-36

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)
Section

Used to check send/receive (data/command line)


from the Modem controller to the MFP controller.
(When the FAX is installed)
FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ 1. Press [EXECUTE] key to check send and receive


Procedure
operation of the data line or the command line
individually from the Model controller to the MFP
controller.

-34

Purpose

Operation test/check

Function
(Purpose)

Used to display the time required for sending the


test image data. (When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Operation/ The send test is executed, and the time to send the
Procedure image data in that test communication is measured
and displayed.
Send/receive are executed in the normal mode, and
the measure communication time (ms) is displayed.

66

-39

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

Used to set the destination of the FAX.


(When the FAX is installed.)

Section

FAX

Item

Specifications

Operation/ Press the key corresponding to the destination to set.


Procedure The set information is saved in the EEPROM in the
FAX unit.
If no setting is made, "NO DESTINATION" is
displayed.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 12

66

-42

-43

66

Purpose

Setting

Purpose

Setting

Function
(Purpose)

PIC program rewriting (When the FAX is installed.)

Function
(Purpose)

PIC adjustment value writing (When the FAX is


installed.)

Section

FAX

Section

FAX

Item

Operation

Item

Operation

Operation/ Before executing this simulation, the WRITE


Procedure PROTECT jumper mounted on ICU PWB must be
changed.

Operation/ Before executing this simulation, the WRITE


Procedure PROTECT jumper mounted on ICU PWB must be
changed.

1. Press the [EXECUTE] key. (YES/NO key display)

1. Select a set item with the scroll key.

2. Press [Yes] key to rewrite the PIC program. (Press [NO] to


cancel.)

2. Enter a set value, and press [OK] button.

When reload is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. In case of


an error, "NG" is displayed.

Item
CI_LEVEL_JUDGE
CI_CYCLE_MIN
CI_CYCLE_MAX
CI_RANGE
CI_COUNT
CI_DETECT
FNET_LEVEL_JUDGE
FNET_RANGE
FNET_TIME_OUT
FNET_COUNT
POFF_TIME
MSWON_LEVEL_JUDGE

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L

Set range
1 15
0 254
0 254
0 127
1 15
1 15
1 15
0 74
76 255
1 15
0 15
2 15

Default
2
10
107
5
3
50
1
3
100
3
3
3

PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING.

2
[1~

15]

A:

B:

10

C:

107

D:

CI_LEVEL_JUDGE
CI_CYCLE_MIN
CI_CYCLE_MAX
CI_RANGE

6. FAX software switch


A. Soft SW setup change quick reference
Large item
Dial (Calling)

Medium item
Content of switch
Remote
Line current detection in dial call
machine
Dial call wait time
calling disable Pause time (between dialing)
Tone/Pulse default setup (Dial call
signal)
DTMF signal level (high group)
DTMF send level (low group)
DTMF signal send time
DTMF minimum pause time

Signal
detection

Make time (10PPS)


Break time (10PPS)
Minimum pause (10PPS)
Busy tone detection
Busy tone detection cycle
DT/BT detection level
Dial tone detection
Dial tone monitor time
Busy tone detection time lower limit
(ON time)
Busy tone detection time upper limit
(ON time)
DT/BT detection frequency range setup

Key operator Soft SW No.


SW 70-5
SW 62-1~2
Initial setup SW 70-1~4
Initial setup SW 62-5~6

Purpose of use
Dial disable
Dial disable/Erroneous dialing
Dial disable/Erroneous dialing
Dial disable

SW 66-5~8 Dial disable in PB (PB/FAX service,


etc.)
SW 67-1~4 Dial disable in PB (PB/FAX service,
etc.)
SW 68-1~5 Dial disable in PB (PB/FAX service,
etc.)
SW 69-1~8 Dial disable in PB (PB/FAX service,
etc.)
SW 63-1~4 Dial disable in pulse
SW 63-5~8 Dial disable in pulse
SW 64-1~4 Dial disable in pulse
SW 71-3
Busy tone detection disable
SW 71-4~5 Busy tone detection error
SW 71-6~7 Busy tone detection disable
SW 70-6
Dial tone detection disable
SW 70-7
Dial tone detection error
SW 72-1~2 Busy tone detection error
SW 72-3

Busy tone detection error

SW 72-4~5 Dial tone/busy tone detection error

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 13

Large item
Redial

Reception
(Calling)

Medium item
Content of switch
Remote
Recalling when the remote machine
machine not
does not respond.
responding
Error
Number of recall in communication
error
Error
Setup of reference for the number of
recall in communication error
Error
Recall allowed in communication error
Error
Recall interval in communication error
Busy
Recall interval in communication busy
Busy
Number of recall in busy
Busy
Recall allowed in busy
Not receiving Auto reception call number setup
Auto/Manual default setup
CI detection
disable

External
telephone
handset

External
telephone
connection
External
telephone offhook detection
Remote
switch number
Remote
switch setup

Communication General

Call signal ON time lower limit


Call signal ON time upper limit
Call signal OFF time lower limit
Call signal OFF time upper limit
Call signal OFF not-detection time
External telephone connection

Send

Remote switch number setup

Send setup
Send setup
Send setup
Send setup
Send setup
Send setup
Receive
setup
User setup

Initial setup

Signal send level

Timer setup between flag-adrs


(V.21-FSK)
Send/receive coding capacity
(Except for V.34)
V.34 mode function

SG3
G3

Echo suppresser tone


Modem send speed (Except for V.34)
DCS-TCF interval time
DIS reception confirmation
(G3 transmission)
Error process in RTN reception

SW 57-5~8 Effective only when divided with


SW59-1
SW 59-1
Use of different recall numbers
between when busy and when error
SW 59-3
SW 2-1~4
SW 57-1~4
SW 58-1~4
SW 59-2
SW 3-5~8
Number of reception call
SW 7-2
SW 75-1~4
SW 75-5~8
SW 76-1~4
SW 76-5~6
SW 77-1~4
SW 3-2

Initial setup of auto reception/


manual reception
CI signal detection disable
CI signal detection disable
Ci signal detection disable
CI signal detection disable
CI signal detection disable
External telephone connection

SW 12-1~8 External telephone off-hook


detection error
Initial setup

Remove reception command


External telephone notification in
remote switching
Remote switch enable

V.34 Symbol Rate Mask


(when receiving)
V.34 mode function in manual
communication
Countermeasures against echo in
sending
CED detection time
V.34 mode send speed

G3/SG3

Send setup

External telephone off-hook detection


time

ECM (Other than V.34 mode)

SG3

Key operator Soft SW No.


Purpose of use
SW 56-8
No recall wanted when remote
machine not responding

SW 13-1~8 Remote switch detection error


SW 14-1
SW 14-2

Remote switch inhibit

SW 14-3
Adjustment
value
Initial setup

Remote switch is made when calling


from external telephone.
SW 15-5~8 When the remote machine does not
receive signals in a proper level.
SW 17-5
Error resend frequently occurs,
resulting in extended communication
time.
SW 20-3~4 Communication error in a satellite
line
SW 17-7~8 Error in JBIG mode

SW 43-1

Frequent errors in SG3


communication
SW 43-3~6 Frequent errors in SG3
communication
SW 42-8
Frequent errors in SG3
communication in FAX service
SW 20-7
An error occurs in phase B.

SW 25-5
CED signal detection error
SW 44-1~4 An error occurs in SG3
communication.
SW 27-1~4 An error occurs in V.29
communication
SW 16-1~4 To uncertain/certain receiver
SW 24-1
An error occurs in training.
SW 20-2
An error occurs in phase B.
SW 30-2

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 14

OK is displayed when RTN is


received.

Large item
Receive

Medium item
Content of switch
G3/SG3
CSI send
SG3
V.34 mode reception speed
G3

Receive print

Paper
selection

Countermeasures against echo in


reception (CED tone send interval)
Modem speed fixed in reception
(Other than V.34)
EOL detection timer
RTN send line error rate
EQM judgment in TCF reception
confirmation
TCF reception confirmation judgment
method
Sub scan length judgment
Output tray setup
Reception data print condition setup
Auto reduction/Dispose setup

Key operator Soft SW No.


Purpose of use
SW 20-1
SW 44-5~8 An error occurs in SG3
communication.
SW 20-6
An error occurs n phase B in
reception.
SW 16-5~6 Fall back or an error occurs due to
poor line conditions.
SW 23-1
EOL time up occurs frequently.
SW 23-7~8 Line error occurs frequently.
SW 24-2
TCF reception error occurs.
SW 24-3
SW 35-2
Receive
setup
Receive
setup
Receive
setup

magnification ratio setup in auto


reduction
Reduction/Dispose setup in printing
A3-11x17
Duplex reception print
Rotation print
Received document output setup in
reception
Reception width setup of 11 x 17 paper
Reception size setup
(Indicate reception capacity.)

TCF reception error occurs.

Receive
setup

Print is not made on the selected


paper.
SW 83-1~2 Print is not made on the selected
paper.
SW 35-3~4 To make divided print instead of
reduction print.
SW 35-7
To disable reduction print.

SW 36-1~8 To disable reduction print on fixed


size paper.
SW 35-8
Print is not made on the selected
paper when A3-11x17 size
document is received.
SW 34-8
To make duplex print of received
document
SW 35-1
To disable rotation print
SW 35-5
To print after reception of each page
SW 37-3

To print 11x17 document as B4


width
SW 37-1~2 To limit the reception size.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 15

B. Details
SW Bit
Item
No. No.
1 1-8 Country code

Country code set by ITU-T.


Control is made according to the set country code.

1-4 Recall interval in case of a Used to set the recall interval in case of a communication error.
communication error
The set range is 1 15min in the increment of 1min by binary
input. If a value outside the setup range for each destination is
inputted, the default setup is made.
5-8 Number of calls to switch
to auto receive in manual
receive

Switch selection and function

1
2

Not used
External telephone
connection

Used to set the number of calls to switch to auto receive in manual


receive mode.
This function is valid only when SW20-5 is set to "1: Allow (to
switch)." If a value outside the set range is inputted, the default
setup is made.
Setting to use an external telephone.
If not set to YES, an external telephone cannot be used.
1: External telephone YES

Initial value
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0 1 min
0
0
1
0 0
0
0
0
0
1 YES

Key
operator

Send
setup

Receive
setup

Initial
setup

0: External Telephone NO

In North America, users cannot set this switch to "0: NO."


3,4 Not used
3

5-8 Number of calls for auto


receives

Used to set the number of calls to start auto receive (to catch the
line).
Setup is made in the range of 0 15 by binary input.
When set to 0, no ringing is made. For the nighttime FAX mode
(main SW OFF, memory SW ON), however, ringing of an external
telephone is made.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 16

0
0
0 2
0
1
0

Receive
setup

SW Bit
No. No.
4 1,2 Not used
3

Item

Polling protection

Switch selection and function

Used to set Enable/Disable of confidential protection (inhibition of


transmission to erroneous party) in transmission of bulletin board.
Confidential protection is made by collating the number registered
in this machine and that in the other party machine. Sender's
number and send request allow number are collated each other. In
this machine, Sharp's unique collating of system number
ID
number is not performed.
1: Not protected

Relay data output

Not used
F code relay broadcast
function

0
0
0 Protect

0: Protected

Used to set whether the document received from the relay station
is outputted or not when relay broadcast reception is made.
Similar to F code relay broadcast indicating reception.
1: Document received from relay
station is not outputted.

5
6

Initial value

0 Output

0: Document received from


relay station is outputted.

Used to set whether relay broadcast transmission is made by


receiving F code relay broadcast instruction from the other party or
F code relay broadcast instruction is not received (even though
the relay box number by SUB is matched on).
Though this item is set to "without this function," F code relay
broad cast instruction can be transmitted.

0
0 Receive

1: F code relay broadcast


0: F code relay broadcast
instruction is not received even
instruction is received
from allowed party. (Judged as
from allowed party.
a communication error.)
7

F code confidential
reception

Used to set YES/NO of F code confidential reception from the


other party (even though the confidential box number is matched
by SUB).
Though this item is set to NO, F code confidential transmission
can be made.

0 Receive

1: F code confidential reception inhibited 0: F code confidential


(Judged as a communication error.)
reception allowed.
8

F code communication
error process

Used to set YES/NO of resend in F code transmission.


When, however, SW59-3 (Recall allow in communication error) is
set to 1 (Not resend), recall is not made.
1: Not resend

F code password
transmission setup when
the other party has no
function of password
2-5 Image quality in reception
(Reflected on DIS, not
reflected on DTC)

SUB capacity in reception

SEP capacity in reception

Bit No.
Machine setup (including bit pattern which is
not described)
Standard
Fine + Standard
Super fine + Fine + Standard
Ultra fine+ Super fine + Fine + Standard

Reception PWD/SID
capacity

2
0

3
0

4
0

5
0

1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0

0
0
1
1

0
1
0
1

Machine setup always allows reception in super fine mode.


(Therefore, the same operation with "1011.")
Used to set SUB capacity (Bit 49) to "1" in reception (DIS send).

0 Machine setup
0
0
0

0 YES

0 YES

0: YES (Set to 1)

Used to set PWD/SID capacity (Bit 50) to "1" in reception (DIS


send).
1: NO (Set to 0)

0 Line disconnection with


DCN

0: YES (Set to 1)

Used to set SEP capacity (Bit 47) to "1" in reception (DIS send)
1: NO (Set to 0)

0: Disconnecting of line with DCN

Used to set reception image resolution in FAX reception ringing


(DIS send).

1: NO (Set to 0)
5

0: Resend

Used when the other party machine has no function of F code


password in F code transmission.
1: Send with password

0 Resend

0: YES (Set to 1)

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 17

0 YES

Key
operator

Polling
security
setup

SW Bit
Item
Switch selection and function
No. No.
6 1-3 Image priority selection
Used to set the initial setup in image selection when scanning
(Standard resolution setup) document.
When set to 100, the operation is the same as Standard.
Bit No.
Standard
Fine
Super fine
Ultra fine
Fine, half tone
Super fine, half tone
Ultra fine, half tone
4

Automatic reduction send

1
0(1)
0
0
0
1
1
1

0 Standard
0
0

Key
operator
Operation
setup

3
0
1
0
1
1
0
1

Used to set whether the transmitted document is reduced or the


both ends are cut when the transmitted document size is greater
than the recording paper size (width) in the other party's machine.
1: Send by cutting both edges without
reduction

2
0
0
1
1
0
1
1

Initial value

0 Reduction
setup

Send
setup

0 Rotate

Send
setup

0 Rotate

Send
setup

0 Rotate

Send
setup

0 Send by reduction

Rotation send selection


(A4
A4R)
(LTR
LTR-R)

Used to set whether A4 document is transmitted in A3 width (A4)


or A4 document is rotated and transmitted in A4R.

Rotation send selection


(B5R
B5)

Used to set whether B5R document is transmitted in A4 width


(B5R) or the scan image is rotated and transmitted in B4 width
(B5).

1: Send as A3 width document 0: Send as A4 width document


(A4) without rotating
(A4R) with rotating

1: Send as A4 width document 0: Send as B4 width document


(B5R) without rotating
(B5) with rotating
7

Used to set whether A5R document is transmitted to A4 width


Rotation send selection
(A5R) or the scan image is rotated and transmitted in A4 width
(A5R
A5)
(INVOICE-R
INVOICE) (A5).
1: Send as A4 width document 0: Send as A4 width document
(A5R) without rotating
(A5) with rotating

EEPROM access inhibit

When an access trouble to EEPROM in the modem controller


occurs, FAX operation cannot be performed. When this item is set
to INHIBIT, FAX operation can be performed.
The modem controller adjustment values (part of soft switch) are
saved in EEPROM.
ALLOW or INIHIBIT of access to EEPROM is set.

0 Access allowed

1: Access to EEPROM inhibited 0: Access to EEPROM allowed


7

1
2

Not used
Auto/Manual default setup Used to select automatic reception or manual reception. (Do not
set to manual reception when handset or external telephone is not
connected. However, setting is possible and reception with onhook key is possible.)
In the manual reception mode, when the machine is in the
nighttime FAX mode, the machine is booted but reception ringing
is not made.

Not used

1: Manual reception

0
0 Auto reception

0: Auto reception
0

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 18

User setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
7
4 Max. length of reception

Switch selection and function


Used to set whether long document transmitted from the other
party is received without limitation or reception is terminated as
"Reception length over" when received document length reaches
1.5m.
The max. length for transmission is monitored by MFP controller
(Machine side).
1: Receive without
limitation

Remaining memory
capacity for reception

Memory over during


reception

Used to set whether call-in is made until remaining memory


capacity reaches 128KB or less or 256KB or less.
0: Call-in until remaining
memory is 256KB or less.

Bit No.

0
0
0 Ultra fine
0

Used to set image capacity of the machine when polling.


It is reflected on DTC, and is unrelated to SW5-2-5.
Ultra fine
Super fine
Fine
Standard

0 Output

0: Received data are outputted.

7,8 Not used


1,2 Image capacity in polling
(reflected on DTC)

0 Terminate

0 256KB or less

Used to set whether received data are outputted or disregarded


without outputting in case of memory over during reception.
1: Received data are not
outputted.

Key
operator

0: Terminate reception at 1.5m or more


(Communication error)

1: Call-in until remaining


memory is 128KB or less.
6

Initial value

1
0
0
1
1

2
0
1
0
1

Error page output selection Used to set whether error page is outputted or disposed without
in FAX reception error
outputting in case of a communication error during FAX reception.
When, however, an error occurs during F code relay instruction
reception or F code confidential reception, the error page is not
outputted regardless of this SW setup.

0 Output

1: Error page is not outputted. 0: Error page is outputted.


4

Quick online/memory
transmission selection

Used to select quick online transmission mode or memory


transmission mode.
1: Memory transmission

5-8 Number of pages of dial


ringing in quick online
transmission
9

0 Quick online
transmission

0: Quick online transmission

Used to set the number of pages of scanning at the dial ringing


timing in quick online transmission.
Can be set in the range of 1 15 pages by binary input.

1-8 Not used

10 1-8 Not used

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 19

0 1 page
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0

Send
setup

SW Bit
No. No.
11 1-4 Not used

Item

Automatic wake up mode

Switch selection and function

Used to set whether the machine is automatically wake up and the


received document is outputted or the received document is saved
in memory and will be outputted when the power is turned on next
time when a FAX message is received with the main SW ON and
the FAX power SW ON or in the power save mode.
1: Saved in memory without
booting machine

6
7
8

Used to select resend pages in case of an error in transmission


without F code.
If transmission includes F code, all pages are resent.
1: All pages (Resend all pages
from the first page including
transmitted pages.)

Used to set the time to recognize external telephone off-hook


detection.
The set range is 0ms 255ms in the increment of 10ms by binary
input.

13 1-8 Remote switch number


setup

Used to set the number for remote switch receive from an external
telephone by binary input.
However, remote switch numbers of "XX*" and "*" are fixed.
When set to "C" (BCD) or above, same as setting to the initial
value of "5" (BCD).

14

Used to set YES/NO of remote switch from an external telephone.

Remote reception
instruction

Notification to external
Used to set whether an alarm notification is sent to the external
telephone in remote switch telephone or not when remote switch from an external telephone
is performed.

Remote switch operation


allowed

0
0
0 After the error
page

0 300ms
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0 5*
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0 YES

1: NO (remote switch disable) 0: YES (Remote switch enable)

1: NO (Not notify)

Initial
setup

0: After error page


(Resend after error page)

12 1-8 External telephone offhook detection time

0
0
0
0
0 Output

Key
operator

0: Output by automatic booting


of machine

Not used
Selection of resend page
in case of an error

Initial value

0 YES

0: YES(Notify)

Used to set whether remote switch from an external telephone is


allowed only when call-in or when call-in and call-out.

0 Only when
receiving

1: Switch enable in call-in and 0: Switch enable only in call-in


call-out
For North America, remote switch is enabled even in stand-by.
For North America, this switch is disabled.
4-8 Not used

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

15 1-4 Not used

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 20

Initial
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
15 5-8 Signal send level

16 1-4 Modem transmission


speed (Except for V.34)
(DCS)

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set the signal send level from the modem.


The set range is 0 15 in increment of 1dBm by binary input. For
an actual line, -(set value) - about 5dBm.
Since a different country (destination) has a different max. level,
when the max. level is set, it is the max. level in the current country
code. (Except for North America)
Used to set the first speed in transmission of other than V.34.
Reflected on DCS.
Transmission is made not always at this speed.
Bit No.
V.27ter
2400bps
V.29 9600bps
V.27ter
4800bps
V.29 7200bps
V.33
14400bps
V.33
12000bps

1
0

2
0

3
0

1
0

4
Bit No.
0 V.17
14400bps
1 V.17 9600bps
0 V.17
12000bps
1 V.17 7200bps
0

0
0

0
0

0
1

0
0

0
1

0
0
0

1
1

2
0

3
0

4
0

1
1

0
0

0
1

1
0

1
1

0
1

1
0

1
0

1
1

0
1

1
0

1
1

1
1

0
1

1
0

For bit marked with


, set to V.17 14400bps.
5,6 Reception modem speed Used to set the max. speed in reception of other than V.34.
fixed (Other than V.34)
Reception is made not always at this speed.
(DIS) (Except for SuperG3)
Bit No.
5
Fixing NO
0
V.29-9600bps
0
V.27ter-4800bps
1
V.17-14400bps
1

6
0
1
0
1

17 1,2 Not used

ECM
(Valid for other than V.34)
(Reflected on V.21 DIS/
DCS.)

6 Not used
7,8 Coding capacity in send/
receive (Other than V.34)
(Reflected on DIS/DCS/
DTC)

Used to set the coding capacity to transmit to the remote machine


in V.34 communication.
Bit No.
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
MMR/MR/MH
MR/MH
MH

3
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

0 YES

0: YES (ECM function YES)

Used to set coding capacity to transmit to the other party machine


in a communication of other than V.34.
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
MMR/MR/MH
MR/MH
MH

0
0
0
0
0 JBIG/MMR/MR/
0 MH

4
0
1
0
1

Used to set whether error resend mode is executed or not.


Valid only when communication is made in a mode other than
V.34.
1: NO (ECM function NO)

1 V.17 14400bps
0
0
0

0 Not fixed
0

7,8 Not used

3,4 Coding capacity in send/


receive
(V.34 communication)
(Reflected on DIS/DCS/
DTC.)

0 No limitation
1
0
1

7
0
0
1
1

Key
operator
Adjustment
value

0
0 JBIG/MMR/MR/
0 MH

8
0
1
0
1

18 1-4 Not used

0
1
0
0

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 21

Initial
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
18 5 PIN code support

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set whether the FAX dial number display is limited to 16


digits or not.
When this item is set to "1: Support," the FAX number display by
the resend key is limited to 16 digits. The display in the completion
window of the job status is also limited to 16 digits.
1: Support

19 1-7 Not used

Machine booting by
Used to set whether the machine is booted or not by detection of
detection of 1300Hz in the 1300Hz signal from the line in the nighttime FAX mode.
nighttime FAX mode
When "Boot" is selected, the machine may be booted by noises on
the line. Check the signals on the line.
1: Boot

20

CSI send

DIS reception confirmation Used to set whether DIS reception is conformed or not in G3 mode
in G3 transmission (Valid transmission (valid only in other than V.34).
for other than V.34)
1: Reception of DIS 0: Reception of NSF/DIS is checked once,
is checked twice.
reception without NSF is checked twice.

Used to set whether CSI send is performed or not.


The CSI signal includes the sender's number.
1: CSI signal not send

Used to set the timer between Flag and address when receiving
FSK signal in a communication other than V.34.
Reception of FSK signal in V.34 does not conform to this SW.
Bit No.

Manual receive auto


receive switch setup

3
0
0
1
1

Countermeasures against
echo in reception
(CED tone send interval)

Countermeasures against
echo in transmission (Used
to set the hold time from
DIS reception to signal
sending.)
(Valid for other than V.34)

0 Inhibit

0 75msec

0: 75msec

Used to set the time interval (sec) from DIS reception to DCS
signal sending.
This is valid only in the mode other than V.34.
If either SW20-6 or SW2-7 is YES, disconnection of the line after
completion of communication is delayed for 1.5sec.
1: 500msec

0 6sec
0

0: Inhibit (Not switched)

Used to set the time interval (sec) from sending CED or ANSam to
sending FSK signal of DIS.
If either SW20-6 or SW2-7 is YES, disconnection of the line after
completion of communication is delayed for 1.5sec.
1: 500msec

0 0

4
0
1
0
1

Used to set whether auto receive switch is performed or not in the


manual receive mode.
The number until the mode is switched to auto reception can be
set with SW2-5-8.
1: Allow (Switched)

0 Send

0: CSI signal send

6sec
15sec
30sec
120sec
5

0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Not boot

0: Not boot

3,4 Timer setup between flag


and address (V.21-FSK)
(Valid for other than V.34)

0 Not support

0: Not support

6-8 Not used

Key
operator

0 200msec

0: 200msec

Not used

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 22

Receive
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
21 1-3 Setup of call time in auto
transmission
(T0 timer setup)

4-7 T1 timer setup

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set the time (sec) of calling when the other party does not
receive the call in automatic transmission.
The set range is 30 60sec in the increment of 15sec by binary
input of N into "(15sec x N) + 30sec."
The set range of N is 0 7. When set to a value outside the set
range, the initial value of the destination is applied to.
Used to set the time (sec) for connection of line when the other
party does not respond in FAX communication.
The set range is 30 105sec in the increment of 5sec by binary
input of N into "(5sec x N) + 30sec." N is set in the range of 0 15.
T1 timer is the timer for the time from recognition of FAX CED or
DCS) by the other party after connection of line. The ITU-T
standard is 35 5sec.

8 Not used
22 1-4 Not used

Bit No.

5
0
0
1
1

6
0
1
0
1

7,8 Not used


23

EOL detection timer

Used to set the detection timer (sec) of EOL (End Of Line) in


Phase C reception of G3 mode.
If an error occurs in EOL detection, it is processed as EOL not
detected.
1: 25sec

Used to set the threshold value for judgment of RTN sending in G3


reception.
It is the threshold value (number of error lines) in STD conversion.
The half of this value is used for judgment of RTP sending. When,
for example, FINE is received, the threshold value is doubled.
Bit No.

7
0
0
1
1

6 liens
12 lines
60 lines
120 lines
24

DCS-TCF interval time

EQM judgment when


confirming TCF reception

Judgment method in
confirmation of TCF
reception

0 75msec

0: 75msec

Used to set whether the threshold value (FTT) is set severely or


loosely for EQM judgment in confirmation of TCF reception.
If set loosely, TCF is easy to return CFR, but apt to cause an error
in PIX (Phase C).
1: Loosely

0
0
0
0
1
1 60 lines
0

8
0
1
0
1

Used to set the time interval (sec) from DCS sending to TCF signal
sending.
The ITU-T standard is 75 20ms.
1: 150msec

0
0
0 13sec

0: 13sec

2-6 Not used

7,8 RTN send line error rate

0 40sec
0
1
0

0
0
0
0
0
0 3sec
0

5,6 T4 timer setup at auto


Used to set the timer up to respond and receive.
mode (+1.5sec for manual) Timer for DCS signal to respond and receive.
For the ITU-T standard, 3sec 15%.
3sec
4sec
5sec
6sec

0 45sec
0
1

0 Severely

0: Severely

Used to set the judgment method of FTT in confirmation of TCF


reception.
1: Judged by EQM value. 0: Received data is judged to be 0
TCF is checked loosely.
or not, and EQM value is judged.
AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 23

0 "0" Reception &


EYE-Q

Key
operator
Send
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
24 4 Not used
5
6 CED signal send

Switch selection and function

Used to set whether CED signal is sent or not.


Valid only when SW43-1 (V.34 mode function ) is OFF. This is
because ANSam signal is indispensable in V.34 mode.
1: CED signal is not sent.

7,8 CED signal send time

Used to set the time for CED signal send.


ANSam signal follows SW46-7, 8.
Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

2
0
1
0
1

Used to set the wait time from connection of the line to sending of
CNG signal to the line.
Bit No.

3
0
0
1
1

0.5sec
1.0sec
1.5sec
2.0sec
CED detection time

8
0
1
0
1

Used to set the wait time for sending CED/ANSam signals to the
0 2.25sec
line from FAX reception state after connection of the line.
0
The set range is 0 3. If a value of 3 (11) is inputted, it is set to
2.25sec (default).
Bit No.

0 3sec
0
7
0
0
1
1

2.25sec
3sec
4sec
2.25sec
3,4 CNG send time

Used to set the number of times of RCP frame send when sending
Phase C in ECM system.
When the other party cannot detect the RCP frame, it becomes
easy to detect RCP.
Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

3 times
6 times
9 times
12 times

0
0
0
0 3 times
0

2
0
1
0
1

Number of RTC EOL send Used to set how many EOL's are sent as RTC when sending
Phase C.
When the other party cannot detect the RCP, it becomes easy to
detect RCP.
1: 12 times

0 500ms

0: 500ms

6-8 Not used

1 2.0sec
1

4
0
1
0
1

Used to set the wait time for determination of the signal when
detecting CED/ANSam signal.
1: 1000ms

26 1,2 Number of times of RCP


send

0
0
0 Send

0: CED signal is sent.

3sec
4sec
5sec
6sec
25 1,2 CED/ANSam send start
wait time

Initial value

0 6 times

0: 6 times

4-8 Not used

0
0
0
0
0

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 24

Key
operator

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
27 1-4 Echo suppressor tone
setup

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set YES/NO of echo suppressor tone in each high-speed


modulation system.
V.33
V.17
V.29
V.27

Bit No.
1
2
3
4

1 : NO
1 : NO
1 : NO
1 : NO

0 : YES
0 : YES
0 : YES
0 : YES

5-8 Not used

28 1-8 Not used

29 1-8 Not used

30

1
2

Not used
Error reception in RTN
reception

Used to set whether RTN signal reception is judged as an error or


not. (Only in G3 mode)

0 YES
0 (No for V.29
1 only)
0

0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Judges as an
error

1: RTN reception is not judged 0: RTN reception is judged as


as an error.
an error.
3-8 Not used

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

31 1-8 Not used

32 1-8 Not used

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 25

Key
operator

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
33 1,2 Transmission cable
amplitude equalizer

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set whether the send level is changed by frequency or not


when sending FAX signal.
Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

0dB
4dB
8dB
12dB

Paper selection when


Used to set whether LTR is confirmed first of all in selection of
reception printing (LTR/A4) paper for reception printing or paper that provides smaller
reduction rate of A4 and LTR is selected.
1: Priority on LTR

Duplex reception print

0
0
0
0
0
0 Priority on LTR/
A4

0: Priority on LTR/A4 reduction rate

34 1-7 Not used

0 0dB
0

2
0
1
0
1

3-7 Not used

Key
operator

Used to set whether reception data are printed on duplex surfaces


when printing FAX reception.

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Not print

Receive
setup

1: Duplex reception is printed. 0: Duplex reception is not


printed.
35

Rotational print

Used to set whether rotation print is made or not when received


data can be printed by rotating in FAX reception printing.

0 Rotational print

1: Received data are not rotated. 0: Received data are rotated.


2

Sub scan length judgment Used to set whether priority is given to the width or the length
when selecting the optimum paper in received data printing.
1: Priority on data width

3,4 Received data print


condition setup

0: Priority on data length

Used to set selection of the optimum paper for received data


printing.
Bit No.
Normal/Reduction
Normal/No division, No reduction
Normal/Division
Normal/Reduction (= Initial value)

0 Priority on data
length

3
0
0
1
1

0 Normal/
0 Reduction

Receive
setup

4
0
1
0
1

Received document output Used to set whether all received data are collectively printed after
setup
completion of all FAX reception or each page is printed after
completion of reception of each page.

0 Collectively
outputted

1: Each page is printed after 0: Collectively printed after


reception of each page.
completion of all FAX reception
6
7

Not used
Automatic reduction/
dispose setup

Used to set whether automatic reduction is made so that the


received data can be printed on a page if reduced, when a
document the size of which exceeds the printable limit but is within
the magnification ratio setup range of automatic reduction is
received.
1: Automatic reduction is not made
and data exceeding the printable
limit are disposed.

0: Printed by automatic
reduction

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 26

0
0 Reduction

Receive
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
35 8 Reduction/dispose setup
when printing A3, 11 x 17

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set whether the main scan width data are reduced or data
on both edges are disposed without reduction when A3 width
document is received and printed on 11 x 17 inch paper.
When set to "Reduction," the data are reduced by 94%.
1: Dispose

1 Dispose

0: Reduction

36 1-8 Setup of magnification


Used to set the percentage by which the received document is
ratio in automatic reduction longer than the printable length when automatic reduction print is
enabled.
The setup range is 85 100% by binary input of N into "N x 1% +
85%." When set to outside the range, similar to the default value of
90%.

37 1,2 Reception size


specification (Indicates
reception capacity.)

Key
operator

Used to set the reception allowable document width of the


machine which is notified to the other party machine when
receiving.
Bit No.
By installed cassette
A4 width
B4 (A4B4) width
A3 (A3B4A4) width

1
0
0
1
1

0 90%
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0 By installed
0 cassette

2
0
1
0
1

When using the installed cassette, the max. cassette size as


follows :
A5/5.5 x 8.5R size
B5 size
A4/8.5 x 11 size
8.5 x 13/8.5 x 14
B4 size
11 x 17
A3 size

11 x 17 paper reception
width setup

A3 width is used when no tray is set for Fax reception and printing
and when the cassette is open in case of installed cassettes.
Used to set the reception allowable document width when 11 x 17
paper is selected as FAX print paper.
1: B4 (B4A4) width

Default date/sender print

Date/sender information
print position setup

Page number print

Display of date/sender
information/print time

0 Outside the
document

Send
setup

0 Added

Send
setup

0: Added

Used to set time display of date/sender information print.


In the case of 12-hour format, it starts at 0 and ends at 11:59.
1: 12-hour format

Send
setup

0: Outside of document

Used to set whether the page number is added at the date/sender


information print position or not. (Page number/Total page number
in case of memory transmission)
1: Not added

0 Added

0: Added

Used to set the print position of the date/sender information at the


top of the transmitted document.
1: Top of document

0 Depends on
the destination.

0: Depends on each destination

Used to set whether the date and sender information are added at
the top of the transmitted document as default.
1: Not added

0 A3 width

0: A3 (A3B4A4) width

Date/sender print language Used to set the date and FAX No. print (depending on the
selection
destination) at the top of the document when transmitting.
Date, FAX No. and fonts are switched.
1: For North America

A4 width
B4 width
A3 width
A3 width
B4 width
B4/A3 width (Switch by FAX soft SW)
A3 width

0: 24-hour format

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 27

1 12-hour format

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
38 1,2 Protocol monitor

Switch selection and function


Used to set whether the protocol monitor (which is recognized by
the FAX) for one communication is printed or not.
When a new communication is made before printing the protocol
monitor, the old protocol data are deleted. (Overwriting)
Bit No.
NO (Not print)
NO (Not print)
Print (Always)
Only in an error (Print)

Line monitor display

Initial value

1
0
0
1
1

Communication report
table printing at the
specified time

0 Not displayed

0: Not displayed on LCD

4-8 Time print (o'clock) on the Used to set the time print (o'clock) when time is printed on the
communication report table communication report table.
The set range is 0 23 o'clock by binary input.
If a value of 24 31 is inputted, it is set to 0 o'clock.

39

0 NO
0

2
0
1
0
1

Used to set whether the communication speed during


communication and the reception level during reception are
displayed on the LCD or not.
1: Displayed on LCD

Key
operator

Used to set whether the communication report table is outputted at


the specified time or not.
Though time specification print is enabled, if the specified time is
in the nighttime FAX mode, output is not made.

0 0 o'clock
0
0
0
0
0 Not output

Initial
setup

Initial
setup

1: Communication report table 0: Communication report table


is printed at the specified
is not printed at the specified
time.
time.
2-7 Time print (min) on the
Used to set the time print (min) when time is printed on the
communication report table communication report table.
The set range is 0 59 min by binary input.
If a value of 60 63 is inputted, it is set to 0 min.

Used to set whether the communication report table is


Automatic print of
communication report table automatically outputted or not when the number of send/receive
items reaches 50 items.
at memory full
If the report is not outputted, the oldest data are overwritten.
1: Automatic print

40

Transmitted document
content print in memory
transmission error

Initial
setup

Initial
setup

0: Not print

Used to set whether the total communication time and the total
Print of total
communication time on the number of pages are printed on the communication report table or
communication report table not.
1: Not print

0 0 min
0
0
0
0
0
0 Not output

0 Print

0: The total time and the total number of pages


are printed.

Used to set whether some part of the transmitted document is


printed on the communication report table (transmission) in case
of memory transmission error.

0 Print

Initial
setup

1: Transmitted document is not 0: Transmitted document is


printed.
printed.
3

Sent document print in F


code communication

Used to set whether part of the sent document is printed or not on


the communication report table in F code communication.
The setup of SW40-2 and SW40-7 has priority over this setup.

0 Not printed.

1: Sent document is printed. 0: Sent document is not printed.


4

Report output
(When canceling)

Used to set whether the communication report table is outputted


or not when transmission is canceled during transmission of
document.

0 Not output

1: Communication report table 0: Communication report table


is printed.
is not printed.
5

Report output
(in confidential reception)

Used to set whether the communication report table (reception) is


outputted or not in confidential reception.
1: Communication report table 0: Communication report table
is not printed.
is printed.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 28

0 Output

Initial
setup

SW Bit
Item
Switch selection and function
No. No.
40 6 Not used
7 Sent document print when Used to set whether part of the sent document is printed or not on
send OK
the communication report table (send) in memory send OK.
For a send error, setup is made with SW40-2.

Initial value

Key
operator

0
1 Not printed.

1: Sent document is not printed. 0: Sent document is printed.


8 Not used
41 1,2 Report output
(transmission)

Used to set the communication report table output after


transmission (except for sequential broadcast, sequential polling,
relay broadcast).
Bit No.
Print inhibited
All print
Only when transmission is failed
Only when transmission is failed (= Initial value)

1
0
0
1
1

Used to set the communication report table output after


transmission (sequential broadcast, sequential polling, relay
broadcast).
Bit No.
Print inhibited
All print
Only address to which transmission is failed
All print (= Initial value)

7,8 Report output (reception)

5
0
0
1
1

7
0
0
1
1

V.34 mode function in


manual communication

43

V.34 mode function

2 Not used
3-6 V.34 Symbol Rate Mask
(when receiving)

0 Enable

0: V.34 mode function enable

Used to set Symbol Rate in reception of V.34 mode.


When set to other than the below, it is set as the default (0101).
Bit No.
2400
2400
2800/2400
3000/2800/2400
3200/3000/2800/2400
3429/3200/3000/2800/2400

Initial
setup

0: V.34 mode function enable

Used to set Enable/Disable of V.34 mode function in the machine


when sending/receiving.
1: V.34 mode function disable

0 Print inhibited
0

0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0 Enable

Used to set Enable/Disable of V.34 mode function in manual


communication.
When, however, SW43-1 is set to "1:disable," V.34 mode is
disabled though this switch is set to "0:enable."
1: V.34 mode function disable

Initial
setup

8
0
1
0
1

42 1-7 Not used

0
0
0 All print
1
6
0
1
0
1

Used to set the communication report table output in reception


(except for confidential reception).
Bit No.
Print inhibited
All print
Only in case of an error
Print inhibited (= Initial value)

3
0
0
0
0
0
0

4
0
0
0
0
1
1

Initial
setup

2
0
1
0
1

3,4 Not used


5,6 Report output (sequential
broadcast, sequential
polling, relay broadcast)

0
1 Only when
0 transmission is
failed

5
0
0
1
1
0
0

7,8 Not used

6
0
1
0
1
0
1

0
0 3429/3200/
1 3000/2800/
0 2400
1

0
0

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 29

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
44 1-4 V.34 mode transmission
speed

Switch selection and function

Used to set the communication speed (capacity) when transmitting


in V.34 mode.
The set range is 2400bps 33600bps in the increment of 2400bps
by binary input of N into "2400(bps) x N."
When N is set to 0000, it is set to 2400bps. When set to 1111, it is
set to 33600bps. When, however, set to 2400bps, SW45-1-6 must
be disabled. When set to 33600bps, SW45-7 must be enabled "0".
5-8 V.34 mode reception
Used to set the communication speed (capacity) when receiving in
speed
V.34 mode.
The set range is 2400bps 33600bps in the increment of 2400bps
by binary input of N into "2400(bps) x N."
When N is set to 0000, it is set to 2400bps. When set to 1111, it is
set to 33600bps. When set to 2400bps, however, SW43-3-6 must
be set to 2400: "0000."
When set to 33600bps, SW43-3-6 must be set to 3429: "0101."
45 1 2800 Symbol Rate Mask in Used to set Enable/Disable of 2800Hz as Symbol Rate of V.34.
V.34 communication
When set to Disable, 2800Hz is not selected.
1: Disable
2
3

Not used
3000 Symbol Rate Low
Carrier setup in V.34
transmission

3000 Symbol Rate High


Carrier setup in V.34
transmission

3200 Symbol Rate High


Carrier setup in V.34
transmission

Setting of communication
error sound when there is
no response in FAX
reception

46

Primary channel return


mode setup

0 Enable

0 Enable

0 Error sound not


provided

0: No error sound is provided.

Used to set the next state after completion of primary channel


phase.
1: PPh signal send sequence

0 Enable

0: Enable

Used to set whether a speaker sound is provided or not according


to the communication error sound setting when a FAX signal
cannot be received from the remote machine in FAX reception
(call-in) (when the remote machine does not give a response or
when the remote machine is a telephone).
Enable except when the communication error end sound is set to
OFF.
1: An error sound is provided.

0 Enable

0: Enable

3429 Symbol Rate Mask in Used to set whether 3429Hz is used as Symbol Rate of V.34 or
V.34 transmission
not.
When set to Disable, 3429Hz is not selected. Valid only in
transmission.
1: Disable

0
0 Enable

0: Enable

Used to set Enable/Disable of Low/High carrier when selecting


3200Hz as Symbol Rate of V.34.
When this is set to Disable, High of 3200Hz is not selected. It is
valid only in transmission.
When both of Low/High are set to Disable, Symbol Rate=3200Hz
is not selected.
1: Disable

0 Enable

0: Enable

3200 Symbol Rate Low


Used to set Enable/Disable of Low/High carrier when selecting
Carrier setup in V.34 mode 3200Hz as Symbol Rate of V.34.
When this is set to Disable, Low of 3200Hz is not selected. It is
valid only in transmission.
1: Disable

1 33600bps
1
1
0

0: Enable

Used to set Enable/Disable of Low/High carrier when selecting


3000Hz as Symbol Rate of V.34.
When this is set to Disable, High of 3000Hz is not selected. It is
valid only in transmission.
When both of Low/High are set to Disable, Symbol Rate=3000Hz
is not selected.
1: Disable

1 33600bps
1
1
0

0: Enable

Used to set Enable/Disable of Low/High carrier when selecting


3000Hz as Symbol Rate of V.34.
When this is set to Disable, Low of 3000Hz is not selected. It is
valid only in transmission.
1: Disable

Initial value

0: Sh signal send sequence

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 30

1 PPh signal

Key
operator

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
46 2 Kind of dial tone detection

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set either of Continuous or Intermittent (repetition of ON


and OFF) is detected as the dial tone (DT) detection from the
circuit switch-board.
Enable when the dial tone detection is enabled.
1: Intermittent only

0: Continuous only

3-6 Not used

7,8 V.8 mode ANSam signal


send time

Used to set ANSam signal send time when sending ANSam signal
in V.8 mode.
Bit No.

7
0
0
1
1

3sec
4sec
5sec
6sec

48 1-3 Not used

0
0
0
0
0 4sec
1

8
0
1
0
1

47 1-8 Not used

0 Continuous
only

1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0 100ms

Dial tone ON/OFF


detection time lower limit
(Intermittent detection)

Used to set the lower limit of ON/OFF time detection when SW462 is set to Intermittent.

Dial tone ON/OFF


detection time upper limit
(Intermittent detection)

Used to set the upper limit of ON/OFF time detection when SW46- 0 700ms
2 is set to Intermittent.

Busy tone OFF detection


time upper limit 2

Used to set busy tone (0.75sec ON/OFF) detection in SRS.

1: 300ms (Detection is made severer.)

1: 400ms

0: 100ms

0: 700ms

1: 1000ms

0: Follows setting of SW72-8.

7,8 Not used


49 1-8 Dial number in tone pulse
auto setting

Used to set the dial number (2 digits) in automatic setup of


telephone line kind (DP/DTMF).
The set range is 0 B. If set to outside the range, it is set to the
default, 5.

Bit No

1 2 3 4
0 1 0 1

5 6 7 8
0 1 0 1

2nd digit

1st digit

50 1-4 After sending CFR, double Used to set the time (sec) of both waiting (waiting at the low speed
wait is inhibited for 1.6sec. and at the high speed) after sending the CFR signal from the
machine in the reception procedures other than V.34.
Bit No.

1
0
1

1600ms
0ms

2
0
1

3
0
1

4
0
1

0 Follows setting
of SW72-8.
1
0
0 55
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0 1600ms
0
0
0

For a value other than the above, set value x 200ms.


5,6 Not used
7

Setup of send/receive
complete sound
(buzzer length)

Used to set the buzzer length from the speaker made after
completion of FAX transmission and reception. Excluding when a
communication error occurs.
1: 3sec

0
0
0 1sec

0: 1sec

Not used

0
AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 31

Key
operator

SW Bit
No. No.
51 1-7 Not used

Item

Line monitor range

Switch selection and function

Used to set the line monitor range when the line monitor function
is used.
When set to "Until NSF signal send/receive," monitoring is made
until DCS or NSF signal is received. When set to "All," all are
monitored until the line is disconnected.
1: All

52 1,2 Ringing sound volume

Initial value

Used to set the ringing sound volume in reception regardless of


handset installation.
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds.
Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

Bit No.
Sound NO
Small
Medium
Large

3
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

5
0
0
1
1

1
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

3
0
0
1
1

1 Medium
0

Initial
setup

2
0
1
0
1

Used to set the volume of the FAX reception end sound from the
speaker.
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds. However,
"Medium" cannot be selected with the key operation.
Sound NO
Small
Medium
Large

Initial
setup

1
0
0 Sound NO
0

Used to set the volume of transmission end sound from the


speaker when FAX transmission is completed.
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds.
Bit No.

1 Medium
0

6
0
1
0
1

7,8 Not used

Sound NO
Small
Medium
Large

Initial
setup

4
0
1
0
1

5,6 Speaker volume when on- Used to set the speaker volume when the on-hook button is
hook (Speaker volume
pressed.
when DTMF sending)
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds.
Medium
Small
Medium
Large

1 Medium
0

2
0
1
0
1

3,4 Line monitor sound volume Used to set the speaker volume in line monitoring.
setup
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds.

3,4 Reception end sound


volume

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0 Until NSF
signal send/
receive

0: Until sending/receiving NSF signal

Sound NO
Small
Medium
Large

53 1,2 Transmission end sound


volume

Key
operator

4
0
1
0
1

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 32

0 Small
1

Operation
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
53 5,6 Communication error end
sound volume

Switch selection and function


Used to set the volume of end sound from the speaker when a Fax
communication is failed.
The volume is available in the following 4 kinds. However,
"Medium" cannot be selected with the key operation.
Bit No.
Sound NO
Small
Medium
Large

7,8 Ringing sound volume


"Large" setup

Bit No.

7
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

3
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

5
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

7
0
0
1
1

1
0
0
1
1

1 Sound volume
0 6

6
0
1
0
1
1 Sound volume
0 4

8
0
1
0
1

55 1,2 Line monitor sound volume Used to set the sound level of "Small" line monitor sound (key
"Small" setup
operation setup) from the speaker.
Bit No.
Sound volume 0 (Sound NO)
Sound volume 1
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3

1 Sound volume
0 2

4
0
1
0
1

7,8 Line monitor sound volume Used to set the sound level of "Medium" line monitor sound (key
"Medium" setup
operation setup) from the speaker.
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3
Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5

1 Sound volume
0 4

2
0
1
0
1

5,6 Line monitor sound volume Used to set the sound level of "Large" line monitor sound (key
"Large" setup
operation setup) from the speaker.
Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5
Sound volume 6
Sound volume 7

1 Sound volume
0 6

8
0
1
0
1

Used to set the sound level of "Small" ringing sound (key


operation setup) from the speaker.
Including volume of Buzzer sounds (communication end sound,
communication error sound).
Bit No.
Sound volume 0 (Sound NO)
Sound volume 1
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3

0 Small
1

6
0
1
0
1

Used to set the sound level of "Medium" ringing sound (key


operation setup) from the speaker.
Including volume of Buzzer sounds (communication end sound,
communication error sound).
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3
Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5

3,4 Ringing sound volume


"Small" setup

5
0
0
1
1

Used to set the sound level of "Large" ringing sound (key


operation setup) from the speaker.
Including volume of Buzzer sounds (communication end sound,
communication error sound).
Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5
Sound volume 6
Sound volume 7

54 1,2 Ringing sound volume


"Medium" setup

Initial value

2
0
1
0
1

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 33

1 Sound volume
0 2

Key
operator
Operation
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
55 3,4 On-hook speaker sound
volume "Large" setup

Switch selection and function


Used to set the level of "Large" sound volume from the speaker
when on-hook.
Bit No.

3
0
0
1
1

Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5
Sound volume 6
Sound volume 7
5,6 On-hook speaker sound
volume "Medium" setup

Bit No.

5
0
0
1
1

7
0
0
1
1

Resend when no response Used to set whether recall is made by judging no response of the
from the other party
other party as an error in transmission.
No response of the other party is caused when dial is completed
and the other party is a telephone.
1: Not recall

57 1-4 Recall interval in busy


state

5-8 Number of times of recall


in communication error

58 1-4 Number of times of recall


in busy

1 Sound volume
0 2

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0 Recall

0: Recall

Used to set the recall interval in busy state in sending.


The set range is 0 15min in the increment of 1min by binary
input. When set to 0, the default value of 3min is applied to.
Used to set the number of times of recall in communication error in
sending.
Set range: Once only
When set to 0, the default value of 1 is applied to.
Used to set the number of times of recall when the other party's
line is busy or the other party does not receive.
The set range is 1 14 times of 1min by binary input.
When 0 is selected, it is set to the default (2 times).

5-8 Not used

59

1 Sound volume
0 4

8
0
1
0
1

56 1-7 Not used

1 Sound volume
0 6

6
0
1
0
1

Used to set the level of "Small" sound volume from the speaker
when on-hook.
Bit No.
Sound volume 0 (Sound NO)
Sound volume 1
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3

Key
operator

4
0
1
0
1

Used to set the level of "Medium" sound volume from the speaker
when on-hook.
Sound volume 2
Sound volume 3
Sound volume 4
Sound volume 5

7,8 On-hook speaker sound


volume "Small" setup

Initial value

Setup of reference of the


Used to select the reference of the number of times of recall to an
number of times of recall in error or to line busy when a communication error occurs in
an error
transmission.

0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1

3 min

Send
setup

Once

Send
setup

2 times

Send
setup

Error

Send
setup

1: Refer to the number of times 0: Refer to the number of times


of recall (SW57-5-8) in an
of recall (SW58-1-4) in busy.
communication error.
2

Recall allow in busy

Used to set whether recall is made or not when the other party is
busy or does not receive in transmission.
1: Recall

0: Not recall

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 34

1 Recall

Send
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
59 3 Recall allow in
communication error

Switch selection and function


Used to set whether recall is made or not when a communication
error occurs in transmission.
1: Recall

Initial value

0: Not recall

Lower limit of dial tone ON Used to set the dial tone and the minimum required time for
detection time
detection of the dial tone when detecting the dial tone.
1: 250ms

0 500ms

0: 500ms

5-8 Not used

60 1-8 Interval from the


completion of
communication to the next
call

Used to set the interval from the completion of communication to


the next call.
The set range is 1 255sec of 1sec by binary input. When 0 is
selected, it is set to the default (10sec).

61 1-8 Not used

62 1,2 Dial call wait time

Used to set the wait time for dial call after connection of the line in
automatic dial call.
Bit No.
3.5sec
4sec
5sec
6sec

1
0
0
1
1

Used to set tone pulse default.


Bit No.
10PPS
20PPS
TONE
TONE

5
0
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
0 10sec
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0 3.5sec
0

2
0
1
0
1

3,4 Not used


5,6 Tone/Pulse default setup
(Dial ringing signal setup)

1 Recall

Key
operator
Send
setup

6
0
1
0
1

0
0
1 TONE
0

Initial
setup

When 01 is selected, it is set to TONE.


7,8 Not used
63 1-4 Make time (10PPS) setup

Used to set the make time when dialing at 10PPS.


The set range is 0 15 by binary input of N into "N + 29ms" (29ms
44ms).

5-8 Break time (10PPS) setup Used to set the break time when dialing at 10PPS.
The set range is 0 15 by binary input of N into "N +56ms" (56
71ms).
64 1-4 Minimum pause time
(10PPS) setup

Used to set the minimum pause time when dialing at 10PPS.


The set range is 0 15 by binary input of N into "N x 10ms +
800ms" (800 950ms).

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 35

0
0
1 40ms
0
1
1
0 60ms
1
0
0
0 800ms
0
0
0

Adjustment
value

Adjustment
value

Adjustment
value

SW Bit
No. No.
64 5-8 Not used

Item

Switch selection and function

Initial value

65 1-8 Not used

66 1-4 Not used

5-8 DTMF send level (high


group) setup

67 1-4 DTMF send level


(High group Low group)
setup

Used to set the DTFM signal send level of high group and low
group in the unit of 1dB.
The set range is 0 15dBm by binary input.
Used to set the difference between the high level and the lower
level of DTFM signal in the unit of 0.5dB.
Bit No.
2.0dB
2.5dB
3.0dB
3.5dB
4.0dB
4.5dB
5.0dB
5.5dB

1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

3
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1

4
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

Bit No.
-2.0dB
-1.5dB
-1.0dB
-0.5dB
0dB
0.5dB
1.0dB
1.5dB

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

3
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1

4
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

5-8 Not used

68 1-5 DTMF signal send time

Busy tone OFF nodetection time

Used to set the DTFM signal send time when DTFM signal is
transmitted.
The set range is 0 31 by binary input of N into "10ms x N" (70ms
310ms).
If set to outside the set range, it is set to the default (110ms).
Used to set no-detection time of busy tone in OFF period.
Setting is changed when there is any abnormality in ON period ob
busy tone because of noises.
It must be set to be shorter than busy tone OFF detection time.
1: 300ms

0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 3dBm
0
1
1
0 2.0dB
0
0
0

Key
operator

Adjustment
value

Adjustment
value

0
0
0
0
0 110ms
1
0
1
1
0 100ms

0: 100ms

7,8 Not used


69 1-8 DTMF minimum pause
time setup

Used to set the minimum pause time between DTMF signals when
DTMF signal is transmitted.
The set range is 0 255 by binary input of N into "1ms x N" (50ms
255ms).
If set to outside the set range, it is set to the default (120ms).

70 1-4 Pause time setup


(between dialing)

Used to set the pause time of every pause input in dialing.


The set range is 0 15 by binary input of N into "1sec x N" (1sec
15sec). When 0 is selected, it is set to the default (2sec).

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 36

0
0
0 120ms
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0 2sec
0
1
0

Adjustment
value

Initial
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
70 5 Detection of line current
when dialing

Switch selection and function


Used to set whether dialing is made or not after detection of the
line current when connecting the line in automatic dialing.
When it is set to YES and the line current is not detected, dialing is
not made.
1: NO

Dial tone detection

Dial tone monitoring time

Used to set the judgment time for detection of dial tone.


0: 5sec

1: CNG detection YES

Bit No.

Busy tone detection

4,5 Busy tone detection cycle

Bit No.

Bit No.

8 Not used
72 1,2 Lower limit of busy tone
detection time (ON time)

4
0
0
1
1

6
0
0
1
1

Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

0 2 pulses
0

5
0
1
0
1
0 43dB
0

7
0
1
0
1

Used to set the lower limit time of the ON prriod when detecting
the frequency of the busy tone signal.
A busy tone signal must be detecred fro morethan this lower limit
time. If not, it is not counted as a busy tone signal.
250ms
150ms
450ms
350ms

0 Detected

0: Busy tone is detected.

Used to set the minimum detection level for judgment of dial tone
and busy tone detection.
If a signal level is lower than this setup, it is ignored.
43dB
35dB
33dB
30dB

0 250ms
0

2
0
1
0
1

Used to set the number of pulses for judgment of busy tone signal
detection.
2 Pulse
4 Pulse
6 Pulse
10 Pulse

6,7 DT/BT detection level

1
0
0
1
1

Used to set whether the busy tone signal is detected or not during
automatic dialing or ringing of pseudo-call of an external
telephone.
1: Busy tone is not detected.

0 Not detected

0: CNG detection NO

Used to set the lower limit of OFF time when detecting the busy
tone signal frequency.
Only when the busy tone OFF signal is detected for more than this
time, it is counted as one pulse.
250ms
150ms
450ms
350ms

0 5sec

FAX calling CNG detection Used to set whether CNG from the other party is detected or not
when FAX calling.
When it is set to YES and CNG is detected, the line is judged as
busy.

71 1,2 Lower limit of busy tone


OFF detection time

0 NO

0: NO

1: 17sec
8

1 NO

0: YES

Used to set whether the dial tone is detected or not in automatic


dialing.
When it is set to YES and the dial tone is not detected, dialing is
not made.
1: YES

Initial value

2
0
1
0
1

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 37

0
0 250ms
0

Key
operator

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
72 3 Upper limit of busy tone
detection time (ON time)

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set the upper limit of detection time of busy tone signal
frequency.
To count a busy tone signal as 1 pulse, it must be detected for less
than the set time.
1: 650ms

0: 750ms

4,5 Frequency range setup for Used to set the frequency range for detection of dial tone and busy
detection of DT/BT
tone.
The frequency range differs depending on the distination.
Bit No.
Modem fixed
420Hz 680Hz
360Hz 440Hz
245Hz 650Hz (North America)
6

Upper limit 2 of busy tone


detection time (ON time)

7
8

Not used
Upper limit of busy tone
OFF detection time

4
0
0
1
1

74 1-8 Not used

5-8 Upper limit of call signal


ON time

76 1-4 Lower limit of call signal


OFF time

0
0 750ms

0: 750ms

73 1-8 Not used

75 1-4 Lower limit of call signal


ON time

0 Follows SW723 setup.

0: Follows SW72-3.

Used to set the upper limit of OFF time when detecting the busy
tone signal frequency.
If the busy tone signal is detected over this setup, it is not counted
as one pulse.
1: 650ms

1 245Hz 650Hz
1

5
0
1
0
1

( ): Theoretically proper area


Used to set the upper limit of ON time when detecting the busy
tone signal frequency.
If the busy tone signal is detected over this setup, it is not counted
as one pulse.
1: 2850ms

0 750ms

Used to set the lower limit of ON time for detection of pulses


(number of times) of call signal (CI).
When CI signal ON is detected for more than the set time, it is
counted as 1 pulse.
The lower limit of ON time can be set in the range of 150 300ms
by binary input of N (0 15) into "N x 10 + 150ms."
This switch substitutes for the sine wave of CI detection.
Used to set the upper limit of ON time for detection of pulses
(number of times) of call signal (CI).
When CI signal ON is detected for less than the set time, it is
counted as 1 pulse.
The upper limit of ON time can be set in the range of 3000
4500ms by binary input of N (0 15) into "N x 100 + 3000ms."
Used to set the lower limit of call signal (CI) OFF time for detection
of pulses (number of times).
When a CI signal OFF is detected for mote than the set OFF time,
it is judged as 1 pulse.
The lower limit of OFF time can be set in the range of 0 1500ms
by binary input of N (0 15) into "N x 100ms."

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 38

0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0 150ms
0
0
0

0 3000ms
0
0
0
0 700ms
1
1
1

Key
operator

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
76 5,6 Upper limit of call signal
OFF time

Switch selection and function

Initial value

Used to set the upper limit of wait time from pulse (number of
times) detection of a call signal (CI) to the next CI signal pulse.
When the next CI signal pulse is not detected within the set range,
the number of calls until then is cleared.
Bit No.

5
0
0
1
1

5sec
10sec
15sec
20sec

5-8 Distinctive ring

Used to set the time to ignore OFF signal and regard as ON time
continuing after detection of call signal (CI) ON.
This is to process PBX call signal (Ring, Ring) as one call signal.
The set range is 0 1500ms in the increment of 100ms by binary
input.
Used to set whether FAX call-in is made by distinctive ring or not.
When CI signal of other pattern than the set pattern is detected,
auto call-in is not made.
Bit No.
OFF
STANDARD
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
Pattern 5
ON (Australia)
ON (New Zealand)

5
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

6
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1

7
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

78 1-8 Not used

79 1-8 Not used

80 1-6 Not used

Nighttime FAX mode setup Used to set whether the minimum power consumption mode is
used or not when the main switch is turned off.
1: Does not enter the
nighttime FAX mode.

0 5sec
0

6
0
1
0
1

7,8 Not used


77 1-4 Call signal OFF nondetection time

Key
operator

0: Enters the nighttime FAX mode


(minimum power consumption
mode).

Not used

8
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0 600ms
1
1
0
0 OFF
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0 Enters the
nighttime FAX
mode.

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 39

Initial
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
81 1,2 Default address book
setting

Bit No.

1
0
0
1
1

3,4 One-touch dial display item Used to set the number of items of one-touch dial display.
number
Bit No.
3
8 items
0
6 items
0
8 items (= Initial value)
1
12 items
1

2
0
1
0
1

4
0
1
0
1

Next destination key input


in broadcast

Used to set Yes/No of the next destination key input in broadcast.

FAX number direct input


inhibition

Used to set Inhibited or Allowed of direct input when the


destination FAX number is inputted.
When "Inhibited" is selected, new registration cannot be made in
one-touch and group. Correction and delete are also inhibited.

1: ON (YES)

1: Inhibited

Used to set the sound volume when document scan is completed.


Bit No.
OFF
Small
Large
Small (= Initial value)

1
0
0
1
1

2
0
1
0
1

Used to set the default output tray in combination of each output


system.
(Main unit) The combination of output trays is as shown below.
1: Left tray

1: Finisher tray

One-touch dial list print


sequence sort (including
the group list)

0 Allowed

Initial
setup

Used to set the print sequence (sorting sequence) of the onetouch dial list.
1: Print when registering.

0
0
0 Small
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Center tray

0 Center tray

0: Center tray

3-8 Not used

Operation
setup

Receive
setup

0: Center tray

Used to set the default output tray in combination of each output


system.
(Main unit + Finisher) The combination of output trays is as shown
below.

84

0 OFF

0: Allowed

3-8 Not used

83 1,2 Output tray setting

Operation
setup

0: OFF (NO)

7,8 Not used


82 1,2 Sound volume of
document scan complete

0 8 items
0

Initial value

Used to set the sorting sequence of the default address book.


Basic setting
In the order of the Japanese syllabary
In the order of users
Basic setting (= Initial value)

0 Basic setting
0

Key
operator
Operation
setup

Switch selection and function

0
0
0
0
0
0
0 In the order of
names

0: In the order of names

2-5 Not used

0
0
0
0

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 40

Receive
setup

SW Bit
Item
No. No.
84 6-8 Standard density setting
(FAX)

Switch selection and function


Used to set the initial value of the document scan density level
when sending FAX.
Bit No.
Auto (Initial setting)
Manual level 1
Manual level 2
Manual level 3
Manual level 4
Manual level 5
Out of range (Set to "Auto" (Initial setting).

85

Initial value

6
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

7
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1

8
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

Long document length


Max. sub scan length setting in document scanning.
limitation in document scan A document longer than this set value is not scanned.
1: 1000mm

TSI judgment setting when


a certain number receive
reject
(No signal or all space)

Used to set receive reject or receive allow when there is no TSI


signal from the remote machine or when the TSI signal is all
space, when a certain number receive reject is set to valid by the
key operation.
Enabled only when SW86-2 is set to "Rejection."
1: Receive reject

Specified number receive


rejection setup (FAX)

Manual receive mode


receive rejection setup
(FAX)

Report output (when in


receive rejection)
<FAX only>

0: Specified number receive


ignored (Invalid)

Used to set whether a certain number receive reject by FAX is


Enabled or Disabled. In manual receive only.
Enabled only when SW86-2 is set to "Rejection."
1: Specified number receive
rejection

0 Specified
number ignored

0 Not printed

0: Not printed

5-8 Not used

From
87
To
120

0 Specified
Receive
number receive setup
ignored
(Invalid)

0: Specified number receive


ignored (OFF)

Used to set whether the communication report is printed or not


when in receive rejection of FAX receive. Note that the repot
output (when in receive) setting must be set to other than "Not
printed."
1: Printed

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 Receive allow

0: Receive allow

Used to set whether a certain number receive reject by FAX is


Enabled or Disabled. In auto receive only.
1: Specified number receive
rejection (Valid)

0 800mm

0: 800mm

2-8 Not used

86

0 Auto
0
0

Key
operator
Initial
setup

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

Not used

AR-FX10 SIMULATIONS, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH 6 - 41

[7] MACHINE OPERATION


1. Key operator programs
Key Operator Program
Fax
Default display settings
default
settings The number of direct address keys
displayed setting
Must input next address key at
broadcast setting
Initial resolution setting

Set value (Default)


Condition settings / Address directory (ABC) /
Address directory (Group)
6 / 8* / 12
omit* / not omit
Standard* / Fine / Fine (Half tone) / Super fine / Super
fine (Half tone) / Ultra fine / Ultra fine (Half tone)

Own number and name set


Dial mode setting
Auto wake up print
Pause time setting
Original print on transaction report

TONE* / PULSE / AUTO SELECT


Enable* / Disable
1, 2* 15sec
Print out all report / Print out error report only* /
No printed report
Speaker volume setting
Speaker
Low / Medium* / High
Ringer volume
Low / Medium* / High / Off
Line monitor
Low / Medium* / High / Off
Fax receive signal Low* / High / Off
Fax communication Low* / High / Off
error signal
Scan complete
Low* / High / Off
sound
Transaction report print select setting Single sending
Print out all report / Print out error report only* /
No printed report
Broadcasting
Print out all report* / Print out error report only /
No printed report
Receiving
Print out all report / Print out error report only /
No printed report*
Confidential
Print out notice page* / Not print out notice page
reception
Remote reception number setting *1
0 5* 9
ECM *2
Enable* / Disable
Activity report print select setting
Auto print at
Yes / No*
memory full
Print daily at
Yes (hour/minute) / No*
designated time
Default exposure settings
Auto* / Manual
Distinctive ring detection
Standard / Pattern 1 5 / OFF*
Disable FAX number direct entry
ON / OFF*
Fax
Auto reduction sending setting
Enable* / Disable
send
Rotation sending setting
Enable* / Disable
settings Printing page number at receiver
Enable* / Disable
Call timer at memory sending
30 / 45* / 60sec
Date/own number print position setting
Outside the original image* / Inside the original image
Quick on line sending
Enable* / Disable
Recall in case of line busy
Enable* / Disable
Recall in case of communication error
Enable* / Disable
*1 Only when extension phone is connected.
*2 This setting is only effective if the other machine is a G3 machine that supports ECM.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 1

Remark

KEY OPERATOR PROGRAM


Fax
Auto receive reduce setting
receive Number of calls in auto reception
settings Duplex reception setting *3
Print style setting
Set the telephone number for data
forwarding
Output tray setting *4
Anti junk fax setting
Fax
Polling security setting
polling Passcode number setting
security Set number of times public box may
be polled

Set value (Default)


Enable* / Disable
0 2* 15
Enable / Disable*
Print actual size cut off disabled /
Print actual size cut off enabled / Auto size select*

Remark

Enable / Disable*
Allowed / Not allowed*
ONCE* / UNLIMITED

*3 Only when the duplex module option is installed.


*4 The trays that can be selected will vary depending on what peripheral devices have been installed.

2. Originals that can be faxed


A. Original sizes
Using the reversing single pass feeder

Using the document glass

Minimum original size


210 mm (width) x 148 mm (length)
(8-1/2" (width) x 5-1/2" (length))
A5R: 148 mm (width) x 210 mm (length)
(5-1/2" (width) x 8-1/2" (length))

A5:

Maximum original size


297 mm (width) x 800 mm* (length)
(11" (width) x 31-1/2"* (length))
* Long documents can be loaded
297 mm (width) x 432 mm (length)
(11" (width) x 17" (length))

NOTE:
Originals that are not a standard size (A5, B5, B5R, A4, A4R, B4, A3, 5-1/2"x8-1/2", 8-1/2"x11", 8-1/2"x11"R, 8-1/2"x14", 11"x17") can also
be faxed.

B. Scanning area of original


Note that the edges of an original cannot be scanned.
Area that cannot be scanned: 2mm 2mm at edges of original

C. Automatic reduction of faxed document


If the size (width) of the faxed document is greater than the receiving machine's paper size, the size will be automatically reduced.
Faxed document width
A3 (11"x17")
A3 (11"x17")
B4 (8-1/2"x14")

Receiving machine's paper


B4 (8-1/2"x14")
A4 (8-1/2"x11")
A4 (8-1/2"x11")

width Reduced size


B4 (8-1/2"x14")
A4R (8-1/2"x11"R)
A4R (8-1/2"x11"R)

Ratio (Area ratio)


1 : 0.78 (1 : 0.64)
1 : 0.5 (1 : 0.5)
1 : 0.64 (1 :0.78 )

A document can also be faxed without reducing its size. In this case, the left and right edges will not be transmitted.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 2

3. Own number sending

4. Quick On-line

This function prints the date, time, your programmed name, your
programmed fax number, and the transmitted page number at the
top center of each page that you fax. All pages that you fax include
this information.

When you use the reversing single pass feeder to send a multipage document and there are no previously stored jobs waiting or
in progress (and the line is not being used), the machine dials the
destination after the first page is scanned and begins transmitting
scanned pages while the remaining pages are being scanned.
This transmission method is called Quick On-line. The messages
"SCANNING ORIGINAL." and "SENDING." both appear until
scanning of the final page is completed.

Example of fax page printed out by the receiving machine


11/JUN/2004/FRI 15:00

SHARP PLANNING DIV.

FAX No. 0666211221

P. 001/001

<1>

<2>

<3>

<4>

<1> Date and time:


<2> Own name:

Programmed in the custom settings.


Programmed with the key operator
program.
<3> Own fax number: Programmed with the key operator
program.
<4> Transmitted
3-digit number appearing in the format,
page number:
"page number/total pages" (only the page
number appears if you use manual
transmission or Quick On-Line
transmission). If desired, you can use the
key operator program to omit the page
number.

If the receiving party is busy, the transmission will switch to a


memory transmission.
NOTES:
The machine is initially set (factory setting) to perform Quick Online transmission. If desired, you can turn off this function with
the key operator program.
When a document is transmitted using the following methods,
the job will be stored in memory (Quick On-line transmission will
not be performed):
<1> Sending from the document glass
<2> Broadcast transmission
<3> Timer transmission
<4> F-code transmission

A. Position of sender's information


The key operator program can be used to select whether the
sender's information is added outside the original data or inside
the data. The initial factory setting is outside the data.

Length of
transmitted data

Length of
scanned data

Direction of transmission

Outside scanned data


None of the transmitted image is cut off; however, the transmitted
data is longer than the scanned data, and thus when both the
sender and the receiver use the same size of paper, the printed
fax may either be reduced or split up and printed on two pages.

Length of
transmitted data

Length of
scanned data

Direction of transmission

Inside scanned data


The top edge of the scanned data will be cut off by the sender's
information; however, when both the sender and the receiver use
the same size of paper, the printed fax will neither be reduced nor
split up and printed on two pages.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 3

5. Trouble codes

Main Sub
Title
code code
F6
04 Display
Phenomenon

Only the FAX-related codes are extracted.

A. Details of trouble codes


Main Sub
Title
code code
F6
00 Display
Phenomenon

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3

Main Sub
Title
code code
F6
01 Display
Phenomenon

Case 1

ICU-FAX communication trouble


(ICU detection)
Lamp/Message
Detail
Communication
establishment error,
framing, parity, protocol
error
Section FAX
Cause Slave unit PWB connector
connection trouble. Slave
unit PWB-ICU PWB
harness trouble
Check & Check connection between
Remedy the slave unit PWB and the
ICU PWB, and check the
harness.
Cause Broken pin of the mother
board connector of the
slave unit PWB
Check & Check the connector of the
Remedy slave unit PWB.
Cause Slave unit ROM trouble/ No
ROM/ Improper insertion of
ROM/ ROM pin breakage
Check & Check grounding of the
Remedy main unit. Check the ROM
of the slave unit PWB.
FAX expansion flash memory
abnormality (ICU detection)
Lamp/Message
Detail
An expansion flash memory
with SRAM backup data in it
is installed.
Section FAX
Cause SRAM backup data are
detected in the expansion
flash memory. The
simulation function (SIM 6619) is provided to save
SRAM backup data into an
expansion flash memory.
This trouble occurs when an
expansion flash memory to
which SRAM backup data
are saved with the above
function is installed.
Check & Use SIM 66-20 to restore
Remedy the backup data to the
SRAM, and use SIM 66-10
to clear the expansion flash
memory. If the data are
unne3cessary, simply clear
the expansion memory with
SIM 66-10.

Case 1

FAX MODEM operation


abnormality
Lamp/Message
Detail
FAX PWB MODEM chip
operation trouble
Section FAX
Cause Normal operation is made
with the FAX PWB SW101
on the BOOT side. FAX
PWB MODEM chip
operation trouble
Check & Set the FAX PWB SW101
Remedy to the other side than the
BOOT side, and supply
power again. Replace the
FAX PWB.

Main Sub
FAX write protect release
Title
code code
F6
20 Display
Lamp/Message
Phenomenon Detail
The write protect JP of the
ICU PWB is released.
Section FAX
Case 1
Cause The FAX write protect pin is
set to Write Enable.
Check & Check the write protect pin
Remedy of the ICU PWB.
Case 2
Cause ICU PWB trouble
Check & Replace the ICU PWB.
Remedy
Case 3
Cause FAX PWB trouble
Check & Replace the FAX PWB.
Remedy
Main Sub
Title
code code
F6
21 Display
Phenomenon

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 4

Improper combination of the TEL/


LIU PWB and the FAX soft switch.
Lamp/Message
Detail
Improper combination of the
TEL/LIU PWB and the FAX
PWB information (soft
switch)
Section FAX
Cause The destination of the
installed TEL/LIU PWB
differs.
Check & Check the destination of the
Remedy TEL/LIU PWB.
Cause The FAX PWB information
(soft switch) differs.
Check & Check the FAX PWB
Remedy information (soft switch).
Cause TEL/LIU PWB abnormality
Check & Replace the TEL/LIU PWB.
Remedy

Main Sub
code code
F6

97

Main Sub
code code
F6

98

The FAX-BOX PWB is not one for


the AR-BC260/BC320.
(FAX detection)
Display
Lamp/Message
Phenomenon Detail
The Modem controller of the
FAX-BOX is not one for the
AR-BC260/BC320.
Section FAX
Case 1
Cause The FAX-BOX Modem
controller PWB information
(hard detection) is not for
the AR-BC260/BC320. (A
Modem controller PWB for
the AR-FDX5/FX6 or the
AR-FX8 is used.)
Check & 1. Check the FAX-BOX
Remedy
MODEM controller.
2. Replace the MODEM
controller PWB with one
for the AR-BC260/
BC320.
Title

Improper combination of the FAXBOX destination data and the main


unit destination data
Display
Lamp/Message
Phenomenon Detail
Improper combination of the
FAX-BOX destination data
and the main unit
destination data
Section FAX
Case 1
Cause Improper combination of the
destination written in the
EEPROM on the FAX-BOX
PWB and the main unit
destination data (set with
SIM 26-6).
Check & 1. Check the destination of
Remedy
the FAX-BOX.
2. Check the destination of
the main unit with SIM
26-6.
3. Use a proper
combination of the main
unit and the FAX-BOX.
Title

Main Sub
Title
code code
F7
01 Display
Phenomenon

Common
Case 1

FAX board EEPROM read/write


error
Lamp/Message
Detail
FAX board EEPROM read/
write error
Section FAX
Check
Check with SIM 66-3
(memory check).
Cause EEPROM trouble, FAX
PWB EEPROM access
circuit trouble
Check & When NG in SIM 66-3
Remedy EEPROM.
1. Replace the EEPROM.
2. Use SIM 66-1 to enter an
adjustment value of the
soft switch.
3. After entering an
adjustment value, use
SIM 66-4/5 (signal send
level) and SIM 66-14/15/
16 (dial test) to make
adjustments.

Main Sub
FAX battery abnormality
Title
code code
U1
01 Display
Lamp/Message
Phenomenon Detail
FAX backup SRAM battery
voltage fall
Section FAX
Case 1
Cause Battery life
Check & Check to insure that the
Remedy battery voltage is about
2.5V or above.
Case 2
Cause Battery circuit abnormality.
Check & Check the battery circuit.
Remedy
Main Sub
RTC read trouble
Title
code code
U1
02 Display
Lamp/Message
Phenomenon Detail
Abnormal value is read from
the RTC on the ICU PWB.
Section

Case 1
Cause RTC circuit abnormality
Check & Set the time again with the
Remedy key operation, and check
that time advances
properly.
Check the RTC circuit.
Case 2
Cause Battery voltage fall. Battery
circuit abnormality.
Check & Check to insure that the
Remedy battery voltage is about
2.5V or above. Check the
battery circuit.
Main Sub
Title
code code
U2
22 Display
Phenomenon

Case 1

Case 2

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 5

FAX backup SRAM memory check


sum error
Lamp/Message
Detail
FAX backup SRAM
memory check sum error
Section FAX
Cause SRAM trouble
Check & Initialize the one-touch dial
Remedy and the FAX soft switch
registered in the SRAM.
Cancel the trouble with SIM
16.
Cause Control circuit freeze by
noises.
Access circuit trouble.
Check & Replace the FAX PWB. Use
Remedy SIM 16 to cancel the error.

B. Communication report codes


This code is indicated in the column of protocol communication report in a communication repot table and a communication management
table when communication is terminated.

Communication report XX (YY ZZ)

<1> Communication report code XX (Top 2 digits): 00 99


<2> Communication report sub code 1: YY: Not used in this machine. (Always 00)
<3> Communication report sub code 2: ZZ: Indicates details of the report.

(1) Communication report code list 1


Means of communication: S = Send, R = Receive, P = Polling, B = Bulletin board
Report code
(Communication Display in the column of result
result)
0 31
Refer to the following
descriptions.
33
BUSY
34
CANCEL
36
37
38

(No record paper)


(Record paper jam)
MEM. FULL

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

(Number of paper unmatched)


(Relay not received)
LENGTH OVER
LENGTH OVER
(Communication) (OK)
ORIGINAL ERROR
(Picture quality error)
NO RESPONSE
TX DECODE ERROR
OK

49

NO RX POLL

50

RX POLL FAIL

51

PASS # NG

52

(No confidential function in


remote party)

53
54

(Confidential not received)


(Confidential BOX NO NG)

55

(No relay function in remote


party)

56

NO REL RX

57
58

(Relay ID unmatched)
Receive inhibit number

59

RX NO F-CODE POLL

60

NO F-CODE POLL

Content of communication interruption


Depends on the point of communication interruption. For 16 or later,
V.34 mode communication.
The calling side cannot establish connection with the remote party.
A communication interruption command is made during sending/
receiving.The interruption key is pressed for interruption of input.

Means of
communication

<S/R/P/B>

Memory over during reception.Print is not made during reception in


acting reception inhibit.

<R/P><R/P>

The send data length of one page exceeds the limit (3m) in sending.
The receive data length of one page exceeds the limit.
Speaking before data transmission
A document jam occurs in direct sending.

<S/B>
<R/P>

The FAX signal from the remote party is not detected within T1 time.
A decode error occurs in the FAX board.
Normal end of communication
The called side does not have polling function in polling reception.
The called side has no data to send.
In polling reception, DCN is received for DTC.
In polling sending, there is no send data.
In poling sending, the allow number is not matched.
In polling sending, the system number is not matched.
In confidential sending, the remote party does not have confidential
function. (Including other company's machines)
<1> The NSF signal has not "Confidential function" bit.
<2> The NSF is not a Sharp machine.
<1> In confidential sending, DCN is received for NSS.
<1> In confidential reception, a confidential box number which is not
registered is specified.
In relay command sending, the remote machine has no relay function.
(Including other company's machine)
<1> The NSF signal has not "Confidential function" bit.
<2> The NSF is not a Sharp machine.
<1> In relay command sending, DCN is received for NSS.
<2> In relay command reception, a remote station number which is not
registered is specified.
<3> In F code relay broadcasting, an F code relay command is received.
<1> In relay command reception, the relay ID does not match.
In reception, data are sent from a remote machine of receive inhibit
number.
In F code polling (calling), the remote machine has no DIS bit 47
(polling function).
In F code polling (calling), DCN is received for SEP. In bulletin board,
there is no send data for SEP.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 6

<S>
<S/P>
<S/B>
Normal end of
communication
<P><P>
<P><B>
<B><B>
<S>

<S>
<R>
<S>

<S><R><R>

<R>

<P>
<P><B>

Report code
(Communication Display in the column of result
Content of communication interruption
result)
61
RX POLL # NG
In bulletin board, the sub address (bulletin board number (SEP)) is not
matched.
62
F POLL PASS # NG
In bulleting board, the pass code (PWD) is not matched.
63
NO F FUNC
In F code sending, the remote machine has no DIS bit 49 (sub address
function). Check that the remote machine conforms to F code.
64
NO F-CODE
In F code sending :
<1> DCN is received for SUB. --- Check the box number.
<2> DCN is received for SID. --- Check the box number and pass code.
In F code receiving :
"F code relay broadcasting" or "F code confidential reception" is
"Inhibited with soft SW."
67
F PASS # NG
In F code receiving, the pass code (SID) is not matched.
68
BOX NO NG
In F code reception, a box number which is not registered is specified.
(SUB is not matched.)
69
MEMORY OVER
Memory over in quick online sending

Means of
communication
<B>
<B>
<S>
<S><R>

<R>
<R>
<S>

When the communication result is OK, the communication sub code 1 and the communication sub code 2 are "0000."
Errors in ( ) are not used in this machine.

(2) Communication report code list 2


Report code
0
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

Final receive signal (Send side)


Abnormal signal
NSF, DIS
CFR
FTT
MCF
PIP, PIN
RTN, RTP
No signal, DCN
PPR

RNR
CTR
ERR

Abnormal signal
NSF, DIS
CFR
FTT
MCF
PIP, PIN
RTN, RTP
No signal, DCN
PPR
RNR
CTR
ERR
V.8Phase-1
V.8Phase-2
V.8Phase-3

Final receive signal (Receive side)


Abnormal signal
(SID), (SUB), NSS, DCS
(PWD), (SEP), NSC, DTC
EOP
EOM
MPS
PRI-Q
DCN
PPS-EOP
PPS-EOM
PPS-MPS, PPS-NULL
RR
CTC
EOR-Q
PPS-PRI-Q
Abnormal signal
SID, SUB, NSS, DCS
PWD, SEP, NSC, DTC
PPS-EOP
PPS-EOM
PPS-MPS, PPS-NULL
PRI-Q
DCN
RR
CTC
EOR-Q
PPS-PRI-Q
V.8Phase-1
V.8Phase-2
V.8Phase-3

For report codes 16 31, V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 7

Remark

V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION


V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION
V.34 MODE COMMUNICATION

(3) Communication report sub code


Report code 2
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
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

Content of communication interruption


Send length over
EOL time up
Carrier detection time up
Not used
Time up in phase C (8 min)
Memory image decode error
Memory image decode error
Time up between frames in phase C (Report code is 0 or 16.)
Not used
Not used
Polarity reversion detection
Invalid command reception
Time up (1-minute timer/6-second time)
PUT error
In V.34 mode, time up is generated when shifting from Primary to Control.
In V.34 mode, time up is generated when shifting from Control to Primary.
Command receive time-up from controller
Not used
Not used
Polarity reversion detection
Invalid command reception
Fallback retry number over
Command retry number resend over
Time up (T5 timer)
Time up (T5 timer) in V.34 mode
In V.34 mode, time up is generated when shifting from Primary to Control.
In V.34 mode, time up is generated when shifting from Control to Primary.
Modem chip response NG *1
Not used
A communication error is generated between MFP controller and Modem controller. (Report code
is 0 or 16.)
DC current not detected (busy)
Dial tone not detected (busy)
Busy tone detection (busy)
T0 time up (Remote machine not responding)
T1 time up (Remote machine not responding)
In dialing, polarity reversion detection (Remote machine not responding)
Calling is not made (busy) <Collision detected>
JBIG chip response NG

*1: Does not occur in this machine.

AR-FX10 MACHINE OPERATION 7 - 8

Send/Receive
Send
Receive
Receive

Send
Receive
Send
Send/Receive

Receive
Receive
Receive
Receive
Receive
Receive

Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send/Receive

Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send/Receive

ICU PWB

CN12
BM30B-SRDS-G-TF
1
DGND
CN_FAX_TXD1
3
CN_FAX_RXD1 5
CN_FAX_RTS1
7
CN_FAX_CTS1
9
CN_FAX_TXD0 11
CN_FAX_RXD0 13
CN_FAX_RTS0 15
CN_FAX_CTS0 17
CN_FAX_nRES 19
21
DGND
23
FAX_LED
25
CN_FAX_VPP
DGND
2
DGND
4
DGND
6
DGND
8
DGND
10
DGND
12
DGND
14
DGND
16
DGND
18
CN_FAX_nINT
20
MSW_OFF
22
CN_nCNCT_FAX 24
CN_FAX_nPWON 26
DGND
27
DGND
28
DGND
29
DGND
30

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 1

SPEAKER un

RD
BL
+

CN5
B2B-PH-K-S
RD
1 SPBL
2 SP+
CN7
B3B-PH-K-S
+12VS(F)
AGS
DCPR

CN8
B6P-VH
+12V(F)
AG
+5V(F)
DG
+3.3V(F)
(NC)
OR
GY
BL
GY
OR
BR

OR
1
GY
2
BR
3

1
2
3
4
5
6

CN6
30FE-BT-VK-N
DG
1
AG
2
AG
3
SIGRX
4
TELRX
5
SIGTX
6
+12V(F)
7
+12V(F)
8
HS19
HS210
RHS
11
EXHS12
CI13
CION
14
MR
15
S
16
CML
17
DP
18
RCVMUTE- 19
MICMUTE- 20
VRSEL121
VRSEL222
VRSEL323
EC
24
CID25
FNETD26
+5V(F)
27
+12VS(F) 28
AGS
29
DG
30

MDMC PWB

CN1
DX10G1M-26SE
1 DG
2 FAX_RXD1
3 FAX_TXD1
4 FAX_CTS1
5 FAX_RTS1
6 FAX_RXD0
7 FAX_TXD0
8 FAX_CTS0
9 FAX_RTS0
10 FAX_RES11 NC
12 VLED
13 FAX_VPP
14 DG
15 DG
16 DG
17 DG
18 DG
19 DG
20 DG
21 DG
22 DG
23 RES_MFP24 MSW_OFF
25 CNCT_FAX26 FAX_PWON-

BR
GY
PL

SMR-03V-N
1 CIP
2 AG
3 CIOUT-

CN3
S03B-XASK-1
BR
1 CIP
GY
2 AG
PL
3 CIOUT-

JPN Only

30FE-BT-VK-N
1 DG
2 AG
3 AG
4 SIGRX
5 TELRX
6 SIGTX
7 12V
8 12V
9 HS110 HS211 RHS
12 EXHS13 CI14 CION
15 MR
16 S
17 CML
18 DP19 RCVMUTE20 MICMUTE21 VRSEL122 VRSEL223 VRSEL324 EC
25 CID26 FNETD27 5V
28 12VS
29 AGS
30 DG

CN2
(JPN/UC)

1
2

MJ2
(JPN/UC)
MJ-66J-RD315
BT1
LT1
TEL1
TEL2
LT2
BT2
1
2
3
4
5
6

JPN Only

CN1
B6P-VH
1 +12V
2 GND(AG)
3 +5V
4 GND(DG)
5 +3.3V
6 FW

CN2
B3B-PH-K-S
OR
1 +12VL
GY
2 GND-S
BR
3 DCPR

OR
GY
BL
GY
OR
BR

CN3
S04B-XASK-1
1 CIP
2 (NC)
GY
3 GND(AG)
BR
4 CIOUTBR

WH(BL)

WH(BL)
BK(BR)

FG

GR/YL(GR/YL)

N1F

N
L1F

BK(BR)

to LINE

FG

GR/YL(GR/YL)

BK(BR)
GR/YL(GR/YL)
WH(BL)
BK(BR)
GR/YL(GR/YL)
WH(BL)

100V(200V)
1
2
3
4
5
6

Lin
FG(Earth)
Nin
Lout
FG(Earth)
Nout

VLP-06V-1

to EXTENSION PHONE

FAX POWER un

CN1
MD-S610-90
TX+
1
RX+
2
RX3
TX4
RHS5
DG
6

JPN Only

MJ1
(EU/AUS)
(JPN/UC)
MJ-64J-RD315
MJ-62J-RD315
T1
1
L1
2 L1
1
L2
3 L2
2
T2
4

T1
T2

(EU/AUS)
MJ-62J-RD315

TEL/LIU PWB

SMP-03V-NC
BR
1
CIP
GY
2
AG
BR
3
CIOUT-

DG
AG
AG
SIGRX
(NC)
SIGTX
12V
12V
HS1HS2LIUID
(NC)
CI(NC)
DPMUTE
S
CML
DP(NC)
(NC)
VRSEL1VRSEL2VRSEL3(NC)
CID(NC)
5V
12VS
(NC)
DG

CN1
(EU/AUS)

to MAIN un

[8] ELECTRICAL SECTION

1. Actual wiring diagram

/
26PIN

/
3PIN

CTS1, TXD1, RTS1


RXD1, CTS2, TXD2
RTS2, RXD2, FAX_RESRES_MFP-, MSW_OFF
VLED, FAX_VPP, CNCT_FAXFAX_PWON-, PRON_FAX-

MFP CONTROLLER
(FAX INTERFACE PWB)

Connect the ROM socket

ROM EMULATOR
I/F PWB

CNCT_FAX-

MFP-I/F
CONNECTOR
(ALL SIGNALS)

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 2


To CPU

RESET
RESET1RESET-

SDRAM
(WORK
MEMORY)

TD62503F

NIGHT
PRON_FAX TIME FAX
CIRCUIT

FAX_PWON

+5VS

RS-232
TRANCEIVER

CS,RD/WR-

MWAIT

F-NETD-

FLASH MEMORY
32bit
WRITING TIMING

To NIGHT TIME
FAX CIRCUIT

From 3.3V 5V

ROM5V

From RESET CIRCUIT RESET1-,RESET

To CPU

RES_MFP-, FAX_PWON
PRON_FAX-

CTS1, TXD1, RTS1, RXD1

RS-232
TRANCEIVER

SCIF2

CPU

From FAX G/A

To FAX G/A, SERIAL EEPROM


To FAX G/A
To H-UDI CONNECTOR
for EMULATORS

TPW4,5:
POWER ON MODE
SELECT PIN

CTS2, TXD2, RTS2, RXD2

LED x 3

LED x 1

SERIAL
EEPROM

CRYSTAL
OSCILLATOR Frequency
diffusion
(12.5MHz)

RESET
CIRCUIT

VLED
MSW_OFF

FAX_RESMANRES-

RESET-

ROM_VPP

INVERTER

From
RESET
CIRCUIT

RESETP-

RESET
From
RESET CIRCUIT

CONNECTOR
FOR EMULATORS

H-UDI

RESET

LOCAL BUS

FAX G/A

CKIO

PARTNER-ET II
(ROM EMULATOR)

RD/WR-,WAIT,BS,WE0-,WE
1CS0-,CS3,CS4-,CS5-,IRQ3-

CD[0:15]

CA[1:16]

CA[2:22]

FLASH MEMORY
(PROGRAMU ROM)

4PIN

LCX16652 x 1
3.3V 5V

LVC244 x 2

LVC244
3.3V 5V

HC132+LVC14
3.3V 5V

CRYSTAL
OSCILLATOR
14.7456MHz

BZ

SPSELA,SPELB
TXSELA,TXSELB,SPMUTE

IORES0-

FNETD-

D[0:15]

A[0:11]

DTC363E
3.3V 5V, 12V

DTC363E*2
3.3V 5V

6PIN

MODEM
(DSP)

MODEM
(ROM)

CRYSTAL
OSCILLATOR
(24.576MHz)

MODEM
(AFE)

MODEM
(SRAM)

MODEM CIRCUIT

1.8V generation

VOICE PATH
SWITCH CIRCUIT

TPW12,13:
PIN for ROM
loader writing (BOOT)

3-PIN REGULATOR
(CPU POWER 1.8V)

+3.3V

+5V (F), +3.3V (F), +12V (F), GND (DG), GND (AG)

NDIRQ1-, NDIRQ2-, NDPACKBOOT

JP1
FNET
separation jumper

POWER
CONNECTOR

+3.3V,RxD0,TxD0,GND(DG)

DP,S,CML,MR,RCVMUTE-,MICMUTE-,CION
EC,RHS,VRSEL1-,VRSEL2-,VRSEL3-

OEAB,OEBA-,CBA

CSROM-,IORES2-

FAX_VPP

CD[0:15]

CA[0:11]

SRAM
(WORK
MEMORY)

ROM_VPP From INVERTER

CD[0:31]
RD-

F-NETD-

To TD62503F

PRON_FAX

CID-

IRQ0-,IRQ1-,DBOOT,DPACK-

To FAX G/A

RxD0, TxD0

MSW_OFF2

CS2-,RD-,WE0-,WE1-

MWAIT

NIGHT TIME
FAX
CIRCUIT

DCPR

NIGHT TIME FAX


POWER CONNECTOR

DEBUG
MONITOR
CONNECTOR

+12VS (F), GND(AGS), DCPR


/ 3PIN

BOOT

DATA BUS

CSMDM-,IORDIOWR0-,IOWR
1-

PC for DEBUG
(DEBUG MONITOR TERMINAL)

NHDRES-

FOR DEBUGGING (no-mounting)

TELRX

ADDRESS BUS

AOUTM

(DEBUG MONITOR TERMINAL)

SP
CONNECTOR

TEL/LIU
CONNECTOR

2PIN

30PIN

TEL/LIU
PWB UN

SIGRX, TELRX, SIGTX


HS1-, HS2-, RHS, CIEXHS-, CION, MR, SCML
DP, RCVMUTE-, MICMUTEVRSEL1-, VRSEL2-, VRSEL3EC,CID-, FNETD+5V (F), +12V (F), +12VS (F)
GND(DG), GND(AG), GND(DGS)

FAX
POWER
UNIT

2. MDMC PWB

A. Block diagram

B. Circuit diagram
8

MDMC PWB (CPU)


N.M
N.M

+3.3V(F)
CN3

R28

N.M
56J
N.M
0

R27

XTAL

1
2
3
4

+3.3V(F)

1
2
3
4

C1

IC1

DG

0.1uF
IC17

X1

Reserve
+/-0.3%
+/-0.2%
+/-0.6%

10pF(CH)

MRA SR0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1

SR0
TP12

R1

N.M

4.7KJ

MRA TP9
SR0 TP5

R8
R2

N.M
N.M

0
0

+3.3V(F)

TABLE.4

TP73
TP93
TP129
TP92
TP105

(8)
(8)

CRXD2
CTXD2

(8)
(8)

CRTS2
CCTS2

TP127

R68

47J

TP126

R92

47J

TP103
TP104
TP128

TABLE.4
DG

D4
RB751V40

R123
2.7kJ
(4)

EXTAL

+3.3V(F)

N.M

SSON TP4

+3.3V(F)

DG

R26
22J

SSON

P2027A

DG

DG

R141
100J

TELID

DG

TP226
C63
0.1uF

D5
RB751V40

(3)

TP275

IRQMDM-

TP234
TP224
(5)

IRQ3-

(8)

NMI

TP225

DG

TP46
TP47
TP45
TP91
(2)
(2)
(7)
(8)
(7)

SCL
SDA
PTC2
PINT3
PTC4

(6)
(6)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)

TP74
TP165
TP149
TP148
TP147
TP32
TP44
TP7
TP17

PICDOPICDICPU_TCK
CPU_TDI
CPU_TMS
TRST-

TP49
( 7,8 )

RESET+3.3V(F)

R6
R5

4.7kJ TP6
4.7kJ TP3
TP101
MODE0
TP8
MODE1
TP249
MODE3
MODE4

TP206
TP205

DG

+3.3V(F)

( 2,3,5 )

CKIO

TP258
XTAL
EXTAL

R122

4.7kJ TP207
TP50
TP48

R47

33J

TP72
TP35
TP34
TP233

DG

TP11
TP33
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)
+3.3V(F)

+1.8V(F)

C16

C15

C38

C17

C14

C42

C75

C6

0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

C5

0.1uF

C70
C80
10uF/16V

470pF(B)

470pF(B)

+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)
+1.8V(F)

C77

C43

C31

C13

C30

C37

C54

C62

C73

C74

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

159
171
164
165
172
166
167
174
168
169
170
176

TCLK/PTH(7)
RxD0/SCPT(0)
TxD0/SCPT(0)
SCK0/SCPT(1)
RxD1/SCPT(2)
TxD1/SCPT(2)
SCK1/SCPT(3)
RxD2/SCPT(4)
TxD2/SCPT(4)
SCK2/SCPT(5)
RTS2/SCPT(6)
CTS2/IRQ5/SCPT(7)

207
206
204
203
202
201
200
199

AN(7)/DA(0)/PTL(7)
AN(6)/DA(1)/PTL(6)
AN(5)/PTL(5)
AN(4)/PTL(4)
AN(3)/PTL(3)
AN(2)/PTL(2)
AN(1)/PTL(1)
AN(0)/PTL(0)

8
9
10
11
12
7
143
142
141
140
188
187
186
185
180
179
178
177
139
138
137
136
160

IRQ0/IRL0/PTH(0)
IRQ1/IRL1/PTH(1)
IRQ2/IRL2/PTH(2)
IRQ3/IRL3/PTH(3)
IRQ4/PTH(4)
NMI
IRLS(0)/PTF(0)/PINT(8)
IRLS(1)/PTF(1)/PINT(9)
IRLS(2)/PTF(2)/PINT(10)
IRLS(3)/PTF(3)/PINT(11)
MCS(0)/PTC(0)/PINT(0)
MCS(1)/PTC(1)/PINT(1)
MCS(2)/PTC(2)/PINT(2)
MCS(3)/PTC(3)/PINT(3)
MCS(4)/PTC4)/PINT(4)
MCS(5)/PTC(5)/PINT(5)
MCS(6)/PTC(6)/PINT(6)
MCS(7)/PTC(7)/PINT(7)
TCK/PTF(4)/PINT(12)
TDI/PTF(5)/PINT(13)
TMS/PTF(6)/PINT(14)
TRST/PTF(7)/PINT(15)
IRQOUT

193
124
122
121
144
1
2
195
196
197
194
157
158

RESETP
RESETM
BREQ
BACK
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5
CA
STATUS0/PTJ(6)
STATUS1/PTJ(7)

162
155
156
4
5
146
149

CKIO
XTAL
EXTAL
XTAL2
EXTAL2
CAP1
CAP2

3
21
35
47
59
71
85
97
111
163
183
29
81
134
154
175
145
150
205

Vcc(RTC)
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
VccQ
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc-PLL1
Vcc-PLL2
AVcc(3.3V)

208
198
148
147
173
153
152
132
79
27
181
161
109
95
83
69
57
45
33
19
6

AVss
AVss
Vss-PLL2
Vss-PLL1
Vss
Vss
Vss
Vss
Vss
Vss
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
VssQ
Vss(RTC)

C76

0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

DG

N.M
B4B-PH-K-S

DG

8
7
6
5

CLKIN
VDD
XOUT
SR0
MRA ModOUT
VSS
SSON

C2

C7

ON
OFF

SSON
0
1

10pF(CH)

MRA
AT-51(12.3678MHz)

1
2
3
4

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 3

DG

DG

DG

DG

DG

HD6417709AF

94
104
103
120
126
151
125
182
184
135
133
131
130
129
128
127

BR3
47J(BR)
BR2
47J(BR)
BR1
47J(BR)

MODE0
MODE1
MODE3
MODE4

N.M

DG

MODE1
MODE2

(2)
(6)
(7)
(2)

WE0WE1WE2WE3RD/WRRDCKE
WAIT-

( 2,5 )
( 2,5 )
(2)
(2)
( 2,5 )
( 2,3 )
(2)
(5)

TP2
TP124

R24

47J

TP16

R97
R96
R95
R94
R93
R98
R22

47J
47J
47J
47J
47J
47J
47J

TP173
TP158
TP157
TP172
TP241
TP444
TP15

+3.3V(F)

N.M

PTE5
PTE4
PTD2
TABLE.1

TP10
TP14

PTE5
PTE4

TP71
TP70
TP150
TP177

AUDSYNC-

(8)

CPU_TDO

(8)

AUDCK

(8)

AUDATA0
AUDATA1
AUDATA2
AUDATA3

(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)

ASEBRKRKASEMD0-

(8)
(8)

DG

PTD3
PTD2

TP43

E4(AR-FX5/FX6)
E3(AR-FX8)
E2(AR-C170FP/AR-FX10)
E1(AR-FX12)
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve

R142(PTD2)
N.M(1)
N.M(1)
N.M(1)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)
0 (0)

DG

R21(PTE4)
N.M(1)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
0 (0)
N.M(1)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
0 (0)

R12(PTE5)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
N.M(1)
0 (0)
N.M(1)
0 (0)

MODEM4
MODEM6

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 4

PTD3
1
0

TABLE.2

TABLE.1

PTD3

N.M
0
N.M
0
N.M
0

TP31
TP100
TP123
TP125
TP121
TP30
TP41
TP42
TP120
TP257
TP29

+3.3V(F)

4.7kJ

ROMRY/BYMSW_OFF2
ROM_VPP
CASL-

TABLE.3

R11

( 2,5 )
(5)
(2)
(5)
( 3,5 )
(5)
(5)
(2)

4.7kJ

CS0CS2CS3CS4CS5CS6BSRAS3L-

4.7kJ

TP340
TP493
TP187
TP383
TP367
TP382
TP159
TP27

R20

47J
47J
47J
47J
47J
47J
47J
47J

R124

R72
R74
R75
R76
R77
R73
R99
R23

MODE0 MODE1
1
0
0
1

N.M
4.7kJ

AUDSYNC/PTE(7)
CE2B/PTE(5)
CE2A/PTE(4)
TDO/PTE(0)
IOIS16/PTG(7)
AUDCK/PTH(6)
ADTRG/PTH(5)
WAKEUP/PTD(3)
RESETOUT/PTD(2)
AUDATA(0)/PTG(0)
AUDATA(1)/PTG(1)
AUDATA(2)/PTG(2)
AUDATA(3)/PTG(3)
PTG(4)
ASEBRKAK/PTG(5)
ASEMD0/PTG(6)

BR4
47J(BR)

CA1
CA2
CA3
CA4
CA5
CA6
CA7
CA8
CA9
CA10
CA11
CA12
CA13
CA14
CA15
CA16
CA17
CA18
CA19
CA20
CA21
CA22
CA23

R125

TP204
TP90
TP167
TP203
TP102
TP166

BR5
47J(BR)

TP265
TP468
TP450
TP470
TP603
TP451
TP352
TP585
TP387
TP374
TP388
TP375
TP386
TP336
TP372
TP373
TP483
TP484
TP485
TP500
TP502
TP501
TP503
TP351

191
114
189
192
115
190

47J(BR)

N.M

R143

DREQ0/PTD(4)
DACK0/PTD(5)
DRAK0/PTD(1)
DREQ1/PTD(6)
DACK1/PTD(7)
DRAK1/PTD(0)

BR6

+3.3V(F)

4.7kJ

TP86
TP87
TP88
TP89
TP69
TP40
TP122
TP28

BR7
47J(BR)

R120

96
98
99
100
101
102
87
106
107
118
119
116
117
108
110
112
113
89
90
91
92
93
88
105
123

BR8
47J(BR)

R121

CS0/MCS(0)
CS2/PTK(0)
CS3/PTK(1)
CS4/PTK(2)
CS5/CE1A/PTK(3)
CS6/CE1B
BS/PTK(4)
RAS3L/PTJ(0)
RAS2L/PTJ(1)
RAS3U/PTE(2)
RAS2U/PTE(1)
CAS2L/PTE(6)
CAS2H/PTE(3)
CASLL/CASL/PTJ(2)
CASLH/CASU/PTJ(3)
CASHL/PTJ(4)
CASHH/PTJ(5)
WE0/DQMLL
WE1/DQMLU/WE
WE2/DQMUL/ICIORD/PTK(6)
WE3/DQMUL/ICIOWR/PTK(7)
RD/WR
RD
CKE/PTK(5)
WAIT

BR9
47J(BR)

R12

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

BR10
47J(BR)

4.7kJ

8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5

BR11
47J(BR)

N.M
4.7kJ
4.7kJ

TP246
TP272
TP263
TP264
TP245
TP244
TP242
TP243
TP189
TP190
TP188
TP212
TP176
TP160
TP174
TP175
TP142
TP162
TP161
TP163
TP145
TP146
TP144
TP143
TP141
TP164

BR12
47J(BR)

CD31
CD30
CD29
CD28
CD27
CD26
CD25
CD24
CD23
CD22
CD21
CD20
CD19
CD18
CD17
CD16
CD15
CD14
CD13
CD12
CD11
CD10
CD9
CD8
CD7
CD6
CD5
CD4
CD3
CD2
CD1
CD0

R7

53
54
55
56
58
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
70
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
80
82
84
86

BR13
47J(BR)

TP455
TP474
TP456
TP457
TP442
TP454
TP441
TP423
TP459
TP389
TP390
TP461
TP462
TP391
TP392
TP463
TP289
TP288
TP301
TP300
TP274
TP284
TP273
TP282
TP283
TP280
TP281
TP279
TP318
TP317
TP316
TP327

R175

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

BR14
47J(BR)

N.M
0
0

5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8

R13

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

R161

TP202
TP222
TP223
TP199
TP200
TP221
TP201
TP197
TP220
TP198
TP194
TP219
TP195
TP196
TP218
TP192
TP232
TP217
TP193
TP191
TP216
TP215
TP248
TP214
TP231
TP213
TP247
TP230
TP229
TP268
TP267
TP266

( 2,3,5 )

R21

13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
23
24
25
26
28
30
31
32
34
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
46
48
49
50
51
52

( 2,3,5 )

CA[1:23]

R142

709AF100

D31/PTB(7)
D30/PTB(6)
D29/PTB(5)
D28/PTB(4)
D27/PTB(3)
D26/PTB(2)
D25/PTB(1)
D24/PTB(0)
D23/PTA(7)
D22/PTA(6)
D21/PTA(5)
D20/PTA(4)
D19/PTA(3)
D18/PTA(2)
D17/PTA(1)
D16/PTA(0)
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

CD[0:31]

CA[1:23]

CD[0:31]

1/8

MDMC PWB (CPU WORK SDRAM, PROGRAM ROM, SERIAL EEPROM)

( 1,3,5 ) CA[1:23]

CD[0:31]

CA[1:23]

( 1,3,5 ) CD[0:31]

FLASH-ROM socket
CN4
CA2
CA3
CA4
CA5
CA6
CA7
CA8
CA9
CA10
CA11
CA12
CA13
CA14
CA15
CA16
CA17
CA18
CA19
CA20
CA21
CA22
CD0
CD1
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7
CD8
CD9
CD10
CD11
CD12
CD13
CD14
CD15
CD16
CD17
CD18
CD19
CD20
CD21
CD22
CD23
CD24
CD25
CD26
CD27
CD28
CD29
CD30
CD31

( 1,5 )

4.7kJ

4.7kJ

(5)
IORES2( 1 ) ROMRY/BY-

R25

R216

R205

4.7kJ

+3.3V(F)

8
BR25
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR24
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR27
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR28
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR37
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR36
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR39
7
47J(BR) 6
5
8
BR38
7
47J(BR) 6
5

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

R200

47J

TP393
TP431

CS0-

B
( 1,3 )

RD-

( 1,5 )

WE0-

TP399
+3.3V(F)

( 6,7,8 ) FAX_VPP

DG

DG

C129
0.1uF

C128
10uF/16V

C90
0.1uF

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
28
31
32
29
33
34
36
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
41
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
35
37
38
49
50
51
52
53
54
56
57
58
60
59
62
63
64
19
45
48
55
40
42
43
44
46
47
11
10
30
61
1
20
39
72

D15/A_1
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15/A_1
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31
RP
RY/BY
BYTE
VCCW
1CE
2CE
N.C
OE
WP
WE
N.C
VCC
GND
VCC
GND
GND
GND
N.C

( 1,5 )
( 1,5 )
(1)
(1)
(1)

DMM2-SD72AR-1131-F
C89
10uF/16V

4.7kJ
4.7kJ

+3.3V(F)

E0
E1
E2
VSS
C24

VCC
WC
SCL
SDA

R43
R44

IC7
CAT24WC02PI

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

RESET
SCL
SDA

( 5,7 )
(1)
(1)

0.1uF

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 5

WE0RD/WRCASLRAS3LCS3-

(1)
( 1,3,5 )
( 1,5 )

CKE
CKIO
WE1-

(1)

WE2-

(1)

WE3-

2/8

CA[1:23]

CD[0:31]

CA[1:23]

SDRAM (Work)
IC23
R180
R211
R191
R190
R179

0
0
0
0
0

TP337
TP424
TP415
TP398
TP413

R192
R183
R189

0
33J
0

TP353
TP338
TP295

CA14
CA15

TP296
DG

0.1uF

0.1uF
C102

C101

0.1uF

0.1uF
C131

C132

C134

0.1uF

+3.3V(F)

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
37
38
39

LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA0
BA1
CKE
CLK
UDQM

36
40

NC
NC

1
14
27
3
49
9
43

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ

12
46
6
52
28
41
54

VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSS
VSS
VSS

DG

DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
A11
A10(AP)
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

53
51
50
48
47
45
44
42
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
35
22
34
33
32
31
30
29
26
25
24
23

TP325
TP326
TP299
TP285
TP324
TP298
TP315
TP297
TP414
TP416
TP417
TP419
TP418
TP420
TP421
TP422

53
51
50
48
47
45
44
42
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
35
22
34
33
32
31
30
29
26
25
24
23

TP358
TP357
TP356
TP379
TP355
TP378
TP377
TP376
TP425
TP426
TP460
TP427
TP428
TP429
TP430
TP443

5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5

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

BR16
47J(BR)
BR15
47J(BR)
BR22
47J(BR)
BR23
47J(BR)

CD15
CD14
CD13
CD12
CD11
CD10
CD9
CD8
CD7
CD6
CD5
CD4
CD3
CD2
CD1
CD0
CA13
CA12
CA11
CA10
CA9
CA8
CA7
CA6
CA5
CA4
CA3
CA2

MT48LC4M16A2TG-75

IC24
R212

TP458

CA14
CA15
TP339

TP354
DG

0.1uF

0.1uF

DG

C103

C104

0.1uF
C136

0.1uF

0.1uF

+3.3V(F)

C137

C138

R210

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
37
38
39

LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA0
BA1
CKE
CLK
UDQM

36
40

NC
NC

1
14
27
3
49
9
43

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ

12
46
6
52
28
41
54

VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSS
VSS
VSS

DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
A11
A10(AP)
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8

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

BR26
47J(BR)
BR17
47J(BR)
BR31
47J(BR)
BR32
47J(BR)

CD31
CD30
CD29
CD28
CD27
CD26
CD25
CD24
CD23
CD22
CD21
CD20
CD19
CD18
CD17
CD16
CA13
CA12
CA11
CA10
CA9
CA8
CA7
CA6
CA5
CA4
CA3
CA2

MT48LC4M16A2TG-75

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 6

MDMC PWB (MODEM (DSP), AFE)

( 1,2,5 ) CD[0:31]

SG-710ECK(2

IC27

( 1,2,5 ) CA[1:23]
CD0
CD1
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7
CD8
CD9
CD10
CD11
CD12
CD13
CD14
CD15

CD[0:31]

CA[1:23]

1
BR47
2
47J(BR) 3
4
1
BR43
2
47J(BR) 3
4
1
BR42
2
47J(BR) 3
4
1
BR35
2
47J(BR) 3
4

8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5

TP602
TP601
TP568
TP567
TP543
TP540
TP544
TP566
TP541
TP542
TP520
TP518
TP519
TP506
TP486
TP504

2
4
6
7
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25

CA1
CA2
CA3
CA4
CA5
CA6
CA7
CA8
CA9
CA10
CA11

DPD00
DPD01
DPD02
DPD03
DPD04
DPD05
DPD06
DPD07
DPD08
DPD09
DPD10
DPD11
DPD12
DPD13
DPD14
DPD15

84
85
87
88
90
91
93
94
95
96
98
100

DPA00
DPA01
DPA02
DPA03
DPA04
DPA05
DPA06
DPA07
DPA08
DPA09
DPA10
DPA11

75
74

NDPCS
NDPRD

CXIN

39

CXOUT

38

CLKOUT

43

R201
33J

TP488

TP400

N.M

TP487

R202

+3.3V(F)

N.M
4.7kJ

TP401

R214
TP475 33J

X3

OUT

VD

OE

GN

TP445
TP343
+3.3V(F)

ABITCLK
ASPCLK
ATXD
ARXD

TP507
TP522
TP521 R225
TP489

59
60
63
61

R198
R197

47J
47J

R199

47J

TP396
TP380
TP545
TP365

47J

4
4

DG

( 1,5 )

CS5-

NDPRD

R227
10KJ

R224
10KJ

DG

DG

IC6A

TP80

R19

47J TP607

73

NDPWR

MN195006E

74LVX08

(5)
(5)

+3.3V(F)

72
71

IOWR0IOWR1R160

+3.3V(F)
(1)

NLB
NUB

4.7kJ

IRQMDM+3.3V(F)

BBITCLK
BSPCLK
BTXD
BRXD

65
66
69
67

TP570

T3IRQ
R226
47KJ

N.M

D14
N.M
RB751V40
(5)

DG

41

NRESET

+3.3V(F)

36
37
51

PLLON
CNT
LON

+3.3V(F)

26
33
31
29
28
27

NDBGREQ
TMS
TCK
TDI
TDO
DBGMOD

45
46
48
49
50

SCANNT
MINTEST
INTEST
MODE0
MODE1

IORES0D13
N.M
RB751V40

C140
1000pF(B)

DG

R213
47KJ

+3.3V(F)

TP505
TP464

+3.3V(F)

GPIO0
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
GPIO5

TP606
TP604
TP616
TP569
TP605
TP586

76
77
79
81
82
83

R254
R253
R252

47KJ
47KJ
47KJ

R250

47KJ

R251
47KJ

1
1
4
DG
DG

N.M
DG

+3.3V(F)

C153

C175

C156

C139

C142

C171

C185

C183

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

C146
47uF/25V

0.1uF

54
55
34
3
15
30
44
68
78
92

CN9

+3.3V(F)

VDDREG
VDDREG
EYECLK
EYEDAT

AVDD
VDD3
VDD3
VDD3
VDD3
VDD3
VDD3
VDD3

1
2
3
4

57
58

DG

1
2
3
4
N.M
B4B-PH-K-S

DG

N.M

AVSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS

+MDM1.8V
N.M
2

C163

C145

C141

C160

C184

C182

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

52
53

REGOUT
REGOUT

9
21
42
62
86
97

VDD2
VDD2
VDD2
VDD2
VDD2
VDD2

DG

DG

R261
33J

IC12D
74LCX04

R262
33J

N.M
R263

RD-

IC12C
74LCX04

TP637

IC28A
74LCX74

11

CLK

14

10
12

PR

PR

CLK

TP633

DG

TP638
TP634

TP639

R260

47J

IC28B
74LCX74

N.M
33J
TP131 R258
47J

( 1,2 )

VCC

TP632 R259
47J

C187
0.1uF

GND

IC12E
74LCX04

CL

CKIO

10

TP631

DG

TP636

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 7

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

DG

+3.3V(F)

4
( 1,2,5 )

11

TP130

TP635

CL

TP106

TP306
TP321
TP344
TP362
TP364
TP361
TP363
TP360
TP359
TP395
TP394
TP402
TP342
TP332
TP330
TP331
TP320
TP319
TP304
TP294
C114
10uF/16V

+3.3V(F)

TP303

+3.3V(F)

C130
47uF/25V

0.1uF

TRJ-TWE

35
5
11
17
23
32
40
47
56
64
70
80
89
99

13

TPW14
1

1
1

+3.3V(F)
R249
47KJ

NDPRD

C115
0.1uF

3/8

N.M
ECK(24.576MHz)

VDD

+3.3V(F)

100pF(CH)

N.M
C66
N.M
0.1uF-D

+12V(F)

C121
0.1uF

82k(1%)

C91

R146
N.M
0
+REF6V(F)

GND

R166

N.M

R147
0

N.M

C78
N.M
1uF(FILM)

DG

R162
N.M
100kJ

N.M

R168
N.M
100kJ
R164
36k(1%)

OUT+

C92
680pF(B)

MCM
R167
0

OUT-

3
4
44
45

82k(1%)

R163
0

XTALO

TP292

R165

TP293

39

R169
36k(1%)

C79
N.M
1uF(FILM)

TP277

N.M

(4)

C126
1uF(FILM)

AG

82k(1%)

R157
82k(1%)

SCLK
FS
DIN
DOUT

TP291

R170

TP276

40

SIGTX

IC18A
TS922D

XTALI/MCLK

R207
N.M
0

C65
0.1uF AG

IC22

+M3.3VA(F)

C86
0.1uF

C96
100pF(CH)

TP286

N.M
+REF(F)

TP305

N.M

+REF(F)
R172
N.M
0

R182
N.M
0

R171
0

R181
0

AG

AG

C
STLC7550TQF7
R178
10kJ

IN+

29

TP328

VCM
+M3.3VA(F)

D10
N.M
N.M
RB751V40

IN-

N.M

N.M

N.M

C57

C118
N.M
1uF(FILM)

N.M
100pF(CH)

R126

+M3.3VA(F)

56k(1%)
R127
150k(1%)

R148

30
R193
0

D11
N.M
RB751V40

SIGRX
TP178

TP250

1.2kJ

IC18B
TS922D

(4)

C122
1uF(FILM)

+REF(F)
TP208

C64
2200pF(B)

R206
N.M
0

D6
RB751V40

10kJ
R128

D7
RB751V40
AG

AG

41

R176
10kJ

RESET_B
AUXIN+

17
18

PDOWN_B
MS

15
16
42

HC1
HC0
TS

43

TSTD1

AG

AUXIN-

27
28

TP341

R155
0

VCM

TP287

+REF(F)

VCM

TP329

+REF6V(F)
R177
10kJ

R156
N.M
0

N.M

B
VREF+

TP269

VCM

32

TP290

VREF-

20

TP302

C84
10uF/16V

C82
10uF/16V

C93
0.1uF

C83
10uF/16V

DVDD

DGND

VCM

AG

N.M
TPW12
1

N.M
2

AVDD

AGND1
AGND2

IC21
LM1117MPX3.3

+M3.3VA(F)

TRJ-TWE

C81
0.1uF

31

21
33

2
C94
0.1uF

C95
0.1uF

OUT

ADJ

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

C85
0.1uF

19

IN

NF1
ZJSR5101-102
3
1

C106
47uF/25V

C117
0.1uF

+5V(F)

NF2
MMZ1608S121AT

1
2
10
11
12
13
14
22
23
24
25
26
34
35
36
37
38
46
47
48

C116
0.1uF

C105
47uF/25V

AG

AG

DG

N.M
TPW8
1

N.M
2

TRJ-TWE
AG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 8

MDMC PWB (VOICE PATH, TEL/LIU I/F)

C59
R12

D
R81
18kJ

IC13

SIGRX
R82
R83
R80

SIGTX

TP111
TP152
TP95
TP112

39kJ
9.1kJ
91kJ

12
14
15
11

+REF6V(F)

R84
100kJ
(5)

R118

BZ

10kJ

C39

1
5
2
4
6
10
9

TP110
TP109

0.1uF(FILM)

X0
X1
X2
X3

13

TP153
TP151

+REF6V(F)
R85
10kJ

+12V(F)

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
INH
A
B

VDD

16

VEE
VSS

7
8

TP181

C56
0.1uF-D

CD4052BC
C55
4700pF(B)

AG

R117
2.2kJ
DG

AG

DG

+12V(F)

+12V(F)

R87
33kJ
C40
47uF/25V

TP114
R86
33kJ

AG

+12V(F)

C32
0.1uF

AG

IC14B
NJM4558

TP113

C33
0.1uF

AG

R79
10kJ
(5)

SPSELA

(5)

VOLA

+12V(F)

TR4
DTC143Z

DG

T
D

R78
10kJ

(5)

SPSELB

(5)

VOLB
T
D

TR3
DTC143Z

DG

(5)

VOLC
T
D

1kJ

1kJ
R244

TEL/LIU IF

R243

+5V(F)

CN6
30FE-BT-VK-N

(SIGRX)
(TELID)
(SIGTX)

R217
R228
R215

0
0
0

(HS1-)
(HS2-)
(RHS)
(EXHS-)
(CI-)
(CION)
(MR)
(S)
(CML)
(DP)
(RCVMUTE-)
(MICMUTE-)
(VRSEL1-)
(VRSEL2-)
(VRSEL3-)
(EC)
(CDIN-)
(FNETD-)

R229
R230
R231
R232
R233

47J
47J
47J
47J
47J

R137
R234

DG

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

0.01uF

C169

C168

C167

C166

C165

C164

C151

C150

C149

C148

C147

47uF/25V

0.1uF
C119

0.1uF-D

DG

47J
47J

TP588
TP589
TP590
TP591
TP592
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
BLM15A-601
TP116
TP608

+5V(F)

DG

AG

C97

AG

47uF/25V

+12VS(F)

C98

47uF/25V

0.1uF-D

TPW13
N.M
1
2
TRJ-TWE

C157

+12V(F)

N.M

TP179
TP587
TP180

R242
R241
R240
R239
R238
R237
R222
R221
R220
R219
R218

C120

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

C158

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 9

SIGRX
TELID
SIGTX
HS1HS2RHS
EXHSCICION
MR
S
CML
DP
RCVMUTEMICMUTEVRSEL1VRSEL2VRSEL3EC
CIDINFNETD-

4/8
+5V(F)
C59

1000pF(B)

R129

18kJ
+12V(F)

C60
1000pF(B)

C58
0.1uF-D

C29
0.1uF

+5V(F)

+
4

IC15

1
IC14A
NJM4558
D18
RB751V40

AG

DG

R89
R90
R91
R88
R133
R130
R132
R131

0
3kJ
6.8kJ
12kJ
20kJ
36kJ
68kJ
100kJ

TP137
TP138
TP139
TP135
TP170
TP168
TP183
TP182

13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4

X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7

TP136
TP134
TP115

6
11
10
9

INH
A
B
C

TP169

R135
51kJ

R134
6.8kJ

TP184
TP185
TP171

+5V(F)

VDD

16

VEE
VSS

7
8

C34
0.1uF

DG

DG

C72
4.7uF/50V

SP OUT
CN5

4
2
3

1
7
8

D17
RB751V40

8
2

C67
0.1uF(FILM)

DG

R136
100kJ

AG

C28
4.7uF/50V

SPSP+

IC16
NJM2113M

1
2

1
2
B2B-PH-K-S

DG

C71
4.7uF/50V

CD4051BC
DG

DG

+REF6V(F)
TP113

3
uF

C41
4.7uF/50V

AG

AG
+5V(F)

R71
10kJ
(5)
+5V(F)

TR7
DTC143Z

DG

TR10
DTC143Z

TP209

DG

R70
10kJ

+5V(F)

DG

R69
10kJ

3
1

2
TR5
DTC143Z

SPMUTE-

3
1

TR6
DTC143Z

R106
10kJ

+5V(F)

DG

(3)
(1)
(3)

EE-

(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(6)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(6)
(6)

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 10

MDMC PWB (FAX-G/A, IMAGE SDRAM)


IC26

TP595
TP619
TP596
TP597
TP620
TP621
TP613
TP554
TP498
TP618

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
37
38
39

LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA0
BA1
CKE
CLK
UDQM

TP412
TP499

36
40

NC
NC

1
14
27
3
49
9
43

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
VDDQ

12
46
6
52
28
41
54

VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSSQ
VSS
VSS
VSS

0.1uF

0.1uF

C135

0.1uF

C133

C161

0.1uF

0.1uF

C172

0.1uF

C173

C174

C162

0.1uF

+3.3V(F)

DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
A11
A10(AP)
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

TP560
TP559
TP536
TP557
TP558
TP535
TP556
TP555
TP537
TP561
TP562
TP538
TP564
TP563
TP539
TP565
TP534
TP600
TP553
TP533
TP551
TP552
TP550
TP549
TP583
TP598
TP584
TP599

53
51
50
48
47
45
44
42
13
11
10
8
7
5
4
2
35
22
34
33
32
31
30
29
26
25
24
23

MD15
MD14
MD13
MD12
MD11
MD10
MD9
MD8
MD7
MD6
MD5
MD4
MD3
MD2
MD1
MD0
MA11
MA10
MA9
MA8
MA7
MA6
MA5
MA4
MA3
MA2
MA1
MA0

TP572
TP573
TP492
TP525
TP510

LDQM
MWECASRASMCSBS0
BS1
MCLKE
MCLK
UDQM

MT48LC4M16A2TG-75
DG

DG

+3.3V(F)

N.M

(7)

IC25

RESET1D16
N.M
RB751V40

C159
0.01uF

R255
R223

100J
100J

TP547
TP571
TP546
TP523
TP524
TP508
TP509
TP491

47J
47J

TP490
TP477
TP467
TP476
TP465

DG
DG

( 2,7 )

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

RESET

( 1,2,3 )
( 1,2 )
(1)
(1)
( 1,3 )
(1)
(1)
( 1,2 )
( 1,2 )
( 1,2 )

CKIO
CS0CS2CS4CS5CS6BSRD/WRWE0WE1-

(1)
(1)

TP432
TP256

WAITIRQ3-

B
(3)
(3)

VDD
SCLK
BSSEL
PORTD[7]
PORTD[6]
PORTD[5]
GND
PORTD[4]
PORTD[3]
PORTD[2]
PORTD[1]
PORTD[0]
VDD

208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195

FAX-G/A

D15
N.M
RB751V40

R208
R209

TP447
TP446

IOWR0IOWR1-

R204
R203

TP466
TP433
TP405
TP449
TP448

51J
51J

TP434
TP406
TP435
TP403
TP404
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)

DTXD1
DRXD1
DRTS1
DCTS1

TP307

R188

47J

TP334

TP228

R187

47J

TP323

GND
GND
TRST
TCK
TMS
TDI
TDO
TESTB_R
TESTB_U
TTHR_U
VDD
TRES
RES
GND
CLK
GND
CS0
CS3
CS4
CS5
CS6
BS
RD/WR
WE0
WE1
GND
VDD
WAIT
IRQ
CSROM
CSMDM
CSQMC
GND
CSSP[0]
CSSP[1]
IORD
IOWR[0]
IOWR[1]
VDD
GND
DPACK
ROM5V
OEAB
OEBA
CBA
GND
TXD
RXD
RTS
CTS
GND
GND

11

27

39

53

78

87

93

104

117

130

142

157

170

183

196

53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

208

VDD
SXTO
SXTI
GND
A[1]
A[2]
A[3]
A[4]
A[5]
A[6]
A[7]
A[8]
A[9]

+3.3V(F)

C177 C155 C143 C125 C107 C110 C111 C112 C113 C127 C144 C152 C181 C180 C179 C178
0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF 0.22uF
1

14

26

40

52

79

88

94

105

118

131

143

156

169

182

195
TP381

DG

R196
56J

C108
10pF(CH)

X2
AT-51(14.745MHz)
C109
10pF(CH)

A
CA1
CA2
CA3
CA4
CA5
CA6
CA7
CA8
CA9
CA10

DG

( 1,2,3 ) CA[1:23]
( 1,2,3 ) CD[0:31]

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 11

5/8
TP322

TP574
TP526
TP627
TP628
TP622

R245

47J

TP609

TP626
TP625
REC- TP593
TP575
TP527
TP576
TP528
TP577
TP614
TP624
TP623
TP529
TP629
TP578
TP530
TP579
TP615
TP154
TP630
TP531
IORES1-

R248

47J

TP617

R246
R247

0
47J

TP612
TP611

(6)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

RESMFP
MWAIT
DP
RCVMUTEMICMUTE-

(8)
(6)
(4)
(4)
(4)

CML
S

(4)
(4)

SPSELB
SPSELA

(4)
(4)

VOLC
VOLB
VOLA
VRSEL3VRSEL2-

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

VRSEL1PICRES
CION
FNETON
PICVPP

(4)
(6)
(4)
(6)
(6)

PICCKEC
SPMUTEMR
IORES2-

(6)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(2)

IORES0MANRESCINBZ

(3)
(7)
(6)
(4)

197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157

TP580
TP610
TP594
TP478
TP79

F-NETDRHS
EXHSHS2HS1-

PORTD[1]
PORTD[0]
VDD
GND
PORTC[7]
PORTC[6]
PORTC[5]
PORTC[4]
PORTC[3]
GND
PORTC[2]
PORTC[1]
PORTC[0]
PORTB[7]
PORTB[6]
VDD
GND
PORTB[5]
PORTB[4]
PORTB[3]
PORTB[2]
PORTB[1]
GND
PORTB[0]
PORTA[7]
PORTA[6]
PORTA[5]
PORTA[4]
VDD
GND
PORTA[3]
PORTA[2]
PORTA[1]
PORTA[0]
IORES[2]
GND
IORES[1]
IORES[0]
MANRES
CI
BZ
VDD

C
GND
GND
MCLK
MCLKE
MUDQM
MLDQM
MWE
GND
MCAS
MRAS
MCS
MBS[1]
MBS[0]
GND
VDD
MA[11]
MA[10]
MA[9]
MA[8]
MA[7]
GND
MA[6]
MA[5]
MA[4]
MA[3]
GND
VDD
MA[2]
MA[1]
MA[0]
MD[15]
MD[14]
GND
MD[13]
MD[12]
MD[11]
MD[10]
MD[9]
GND
VDD
MD[8]
MD[7]
MD[6]
MD[5]
MD[4]
GND
MD[3]
MD[2]
MD[1]
MD[0]
GND
GND

5
BR44
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MCLK
MCLKE
UDQM
LDQM
MWECAS-

5
BR45
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

RASMCSBS1
BS0

5
BR46
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MA11
MA10
MA9
MA8

5
BR41
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MA7
MA6
MA5
MA4

5
BR40
6
47J(BR) 7
8
5
BR33
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1

MA3
MA2
MA1
MA0
MD15
MD14
MD13
MD12

5
BR34
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MD11
MD10
MD9
MD8

TP440
TP407
TP408
TP409
TP410

5
BR30
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MD7
MD6
MD5
MD4

TP397
TP411
TP384
TP385

5
BR29
6
47J(BR) 7
8

4
3
2
1

MD3
MD2
MD1
MD0

TP582
TP581
TP548
TP512
TP511
TP532
TP496
TP494
TP513
TP514
TP497
TP480
TP479
TP495
TP481
TP482
TP517
TP516
TP515
TP469
TP472
TP471
TP473
TP452
TP453
TP436
TP438
TP437
TP439

R236
R235

47J
47J

TP348
TP349
TP350
TP335

8
7
6
5
BR21 1
2
3
4
CD12
CD13
CD14
CD15

47J(BR)

TP311
TP312
TP313
TP314

8
7
6
5
47J(BR)
BR20 1
2
3
4
CD8
CD9
CD10
CD11

TP347
TP371
TP309
TP310

8
7
6
5
47J(BR)
BR19 1
2
3
4
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7

TP368
TP369
TP346
TP370

8
7
6
5
47J(BR)
BR18 1
2
3
4

CA8
CA9
CA10
CA11
CA12
CA13
CA14
CA15
CA16
CA17
CA18
CA19
CA20
CA21

CA22
CA23

CD0
CD1
CD2
CD3

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

A[7]
A[8]
A[9]
A[10]
A[11]
A[12]
A[13]
A[14]
A[15]
A[16]
A[17]
A[18]
A[19]
A[20]
A[21]
VDD
GND
A[22]
A[23]
GND
D[0]
D[1]
D[2]
D[3]
VDD
GND
D[4]
D[5]
D[6]
D[7]
VDD
GND
D[8]
D[9]
D[10]
D[11]
GND
D[12]
D[13]
D[14]
D[15]
VDD

UPD65946GD

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
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 12

MDMC PWB (PIC)


+5VS(F)

R159
10kJ
(4)

(CI 10-75Hz)

IC19A
74HC14
2

CI-

TP236

R144

47J

C88
1000pF(B)

N.M

DG

R119

N.M
0

IC20
PIC3

TP254

PIC11

TP239

11

PIC6

TP270

RA4/T1G/OSC2/CLKOUT

RC0

RA2/COUT/T0CKI/INT

RC1

RC4

RC5

RC2

+5VS(F)

R158
10kJ
(4)

IC19B
74HC14
4

FNETD-

TP155

R107

47J
+5VS(F)

(1300Hz/Detection combination)

C87
1000pF(B)
R186
10kJ

DG

MWAIT

(Sleep demand)

R185
10kJ

3
+5VS(F)

(5)

TR26
DTC143Z

DG

PIC16F630
R153
10kJ

DG

FNETON

(FNET Detection permission)

R152
10kJ

TR17
DTC143Z

DG

TP333

PICVPP

TR29
DTC143Z

+5VS(F)

PIC4

TP260

RA3/MCR/VPP

R111
1kJ

DG

PIC12

TP227

12

RA1/CIN-/ICSPCLK

[Download: CLK]

TR12
DTC143Z

[Download: VPP]

C100
0.1uF-D
DG

R110
10kJ

RA5/T1CKI/OSC1/CLKIN

R154
4.7kJ

3
1

TR18
DTC143Z

PICCK-

D9
1SS355

DG

(5)

TP210

DTA114E

R184
10kJ

TP271

2
R138
10kJ

PIC2

+5VS(F)

DG

PICRES

TR9
DTC143Z

(5)

RC3

TR27

DG

( 2,7,8 ) FAX_VPP

D8
1SS355

TP278

TP156

R194
10kJ

TP253

(5)

DG

PIC7
+12V(F)

(5)

DG
DG

3
1

TR21
DTC143Z

CIDIN+3.3V(F)
C61
1000pF(B)
R114
1kJ

(1)

TR20
DTC143Z

R139
1kJ

2
TR19
DTC143Z

(4)

(CI detection)

+5VS(F)

DG

R140
1kJ

DG

3
+5VS(F)

+5VS(F)

TP261

VDD
DG

R113
1kJ

DG

PICDI-

PIC13

TP240

13

RA0/CIN+/ICSPDAT

VSS

[Download: DATA]

TR14
DTC143Z

DG

PICDO-

+5VS(F)

R112
10kJ

TR13
DTC143Z

3
1

(1)

DG
DG

R116
1kJ
(8)

IC19E
74HC14
10

11

MSW_OFF

TP186

R108

47J

C53
1000pF(B)
DG

+12VS(F)

C68
0.1uF

+5VS(F)
D2

DG

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

IC19F
74HC14

TP235

IN

OUT

12

7
DG

TPW3
1

DG

3
13

N.M

1SS355

IC8
NJM78L05A

14

+5VS(F)

C44
47uF/25V

C35
0.1uF-D

DG

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 13

C9
0.1uF

C10
47uF/25V

DG

6/8
+3.3V(F)

R195
1kJ

3
1

CIN-

(5)

TR28
DTC143Z

DG

C0

TP238

10

PIC10
+3.3V(F)

R109
1kJ
TP237

PIC9

3
1

C1

F-NETD-

(5)

TR11
DTC143Z

DG

C5

TP259

PIC5

TP255

PIC8

3
1

C2

R145
10kJ

TP252

TR23
DTC143Z

DG
DG

+5VS(F)

R149
1kJ

IC19C
74HC14
6

TP140
R101

47J

TP119

PRON_FAX

(8)

+12VS(F)

TR22
DTC143Z

B
TR16
DTC143Z

DG

TP211

R115

750J(1/4W)-D

VLED

(8)

+5VS(F)

DD

TR15
DTA114E

C69
0.1uF

+12VS(F)

DG

Nighttime power supply connector

14

CN7
D12
1SS355

DG

1
2
3

DCPR

+3.3V(F)

IC19D
74HC14
8

TP251

R174
1kJ

1
2
3

TP308
B3B-PH-K-S
R173
47kJ

TR25
2SD592A

DG

C99
0.1uF-D

DG

R150
4.7kJ

3
1

SS

TP262

MSW_OFF2

DG

(1)

TR24
DTC143Z

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 14

MDMC PWB (RESET, POWER)

+5V(F)
IC2
C3
0.1uF

VCC

OUT

GND

RES

+5V(F)

PST591CMT

N.M
R45
10kJ

DG

+3.3V(F)
TP94

IC5B

TP75

IC5C

IC3
(8)

FAX_RES-

C23
1000pF(B)

74LVX14

C4
N.M
0.1uF

74LVX14

VCC

OUT

GND

RES

N.M
PST591IMT

DG
DG

IC6B

TP78

4
6
(5)

MANRES-

74LVX08
+3.3V(F)

N.M

R17
4.7kJ

RESETTPW5
1

N.M
2

R18

TP18

IC5E

9
8

47J

11

10

10
74LVX08

TRJ-TWE
TPW6
1

TP53

IC6C

TP20

74LVX14

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

DG

+12V(F)

+3.3V(F)

+5V(F)

N.M

Power supply connector

TPW16
1

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

TPW11
1

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

TPW15
1

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

CN8

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

+5V(F)

R64
N.M
10J(1W)
TP26

B6P-VH

C176

C186

100uF/25V

C123

0.1uF-D

C124

C154

100uF/25V 0.1uF

N.M

C170

C11
10uF/16V

100uF/25V 0.1uF

DG

N.M

TPW10
1

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

TPW7
1

C27
0.1uF

DG

+3.3V(F)

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

R66
1kJ
DG

TR8
2SA1577

2
TP68

R65
1kJ

DG

TP85

D3
HZU2.0B
R67
1kJ
DG

C1021

C1022

0.1uF

0.1uF

C1023

C1020
0.1uF

0.1uF

C1019

C1028
0.1uF

C1036

C1027

DG

AG

0.1uF

C1026

0.1uF

C1003
0.1uF
N.M

0.1uF

C1002
0.1uF
N.M

C1024

C1001
0.1uF
N.M

0.1uF

C1004

C1034

C1000
10pF(CH)

150pF(CH)

0.1uF
N.M

C1018

C1017

N.M
0.1uF

N.M
0.1uF

C1033
10pF(CH)

C1006

C1007
10pF(CH)

N.M

N.M
0.1uF

C1005
10pF(CH)

AG
+5VS(F)

N.M

DG

0.1uF

C1032
0.1uF

C1035

C1031

DG

+12VS(F)

10pF(CH)

C1030

0.1uF

C1015
0.1uF

C1029

C1014
0.1uF

0.1uF

C1013
0.1uF

C1025

C1012
0.1uF

0.1uF

C1011
0.1uF

DG

+12V(F)

DG

+M3.3VA(F)

0.1uF

C1010
0.1uF

C1016

C1009
0.1uF

0.1uF

C1008

+3.3V(F)

0.1uF

+5V(F)

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 15

7/8

+3.3V(F)

D
R14
4.7kJ

TP77

TP76

IC5A

TP51
R105

47J

RESET

( 2,5 )

RESET1-

(5)

RESET-

( 1,8 )

74LVX14

TP52

IC5D

TP36
R46

47J

R100

47J

74LVX14

TP133

IC12A

2
74LCX04

POWER-LED
LED3
R104

470J

+3.3V(F)

SLR-322VC
DG

+1.8V(F)

N.M

+3.3V(F)

TPW4
1

N.M
2

R10
1kJ

STATUS-LED
LED2

TRJ-TWE

D1

PTC2

1SS355

R63

TR2
DTC143Z

470J

+3.3V(F)

SLR-322VC

(1)

DG

N.M

TP39
C26
0.1uF

R9
N.M
1KJ

C12
47uF/6.3V
(1)

IC4
uPC3018
DG

N.M
2

PTC4

TR1
DTC143Z

DG

LED1
R62

N.M
470J

+3.3V(F)

N.M
SLR-322VC

GND(Fin)

GND

NC

+3.3V(F)

DG

B
+3.3V(F)

TP19
R15

( 2,6,8 ) FAX_VPP

1kJ

IC5F

13
C8

27kJ
R16

TP108

IC12B

12

74LVX14

TP107

ROM_VPP

DG

DG

+3.3V(F)

+3.3V(F)

C36

0.1uF

C25

14

DG

TP132

0.1uF
DG

IC6D
TP54

12

12

13

11
13

IC12F
74LCX04

A
74LVX08

DG
DG

(1)

74LCX04

0.1uF

14

ON/OFF

OUT

14

IN

DG

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 16

MDMC PWB (MFP-I/F, H-UDI-I/F)

IC11

D
2

C1+

V+

C51

C52

0.1uF-D

0.1uF-D

C1-

C2+

DG

V-

C50

C49
0.1uF-D
0.1uF-D

C2-

13
12

T1IN
T2IN

DG

(5)
(5)

DTXD1
DRTS1

(5)
(5)

TP345
TP366

DCTS1
DRXD1

+3.3V(F)

R102
R103

47J
47J

R40

4.7kJ

TP84
TP67

15
10

TP83

TP38

14
20

R1OUT
R2OUT
READY

T1OUT
T2OUT

17
8

TP25
TP82

R42
R39

0
0

R1IN
R2IN

16
9

TP24
TP66

R41
R38

0
0

INVALID

FORCEON
FORCEOFF

VCC
GND

11

TP23

19
18

+3.3V(F)

MAX3225E
C22
0.1uF
FAX_RXD1
FAX_TXD1
DG

FAX_CTS1

FAX_RTS1
IC10

+3.3V(F)

FAX_TXD0

V+

C47

C48

FAX_CTS0

0.1uF-D

0.1uF-D

FAX_RTS0

4
5

4.7kJ
4.7kJ

FAX_RXD0

C1+

C1DG

C2+

V-

C46

C45
0.1uF-D

CNCT_FAX0.1uF-D

C2-

13
12

T1IN
T2IN

R256
R257

(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)

DG

CTXD2
CRTS2
TP99
TP98

CCTS2
CRXD2

+3.3V(F)

R35

4.7kJ

T1OUT
T2OUT

15
10

R1OUT
R2OUT

R1IN
R2IN

TP81

READY

INVALID

TP37

14
20

FORCEON
FORCEOFF

VCC
GND

17
8

TP22
TP64

R37
R34

0
0

16
9

TP21
TP63

R36
R33

0
0

11

TP65

19
18

+3.3V(F)

MAX3225E
C21
DG

0.1uF

B
DG

(7)
FAX_RES( 6 ) MSW_OFF
(6)
VLED
( 2,6,7 ) FAX_VPP

+5VS(F)

TP1
TP13

R3
R29

47J
47J

IC9

N.C

TP61
TP62
TP59
TP60
TP57
TP58
TP55

TP56

RES_MFPPRON_FAXFAX_PWON-

R32
R31
R30

0
0
0

TD62503

N.M

DG

N.M
0.01uF

COM-E

16
15
14
13
12
11
10

N.M
0.01uF

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7

C18

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7

C19

TP97
TP118
TP96
TP117

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

N.M
0.01uF

RESMFP
PRON_FAX

C20

(5)
(6)

A
DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 17

8/8

+3.3V(F)

R4
R151

4.7kJ
4.7kJ

N.M
TPW9
1

NMI

NMI

(1)

PINT3

(1)

N.M
2
TRJ-TWE

TPW2
1
TPW1
1

N.M
2
PINT3 TRJ-TWE
N.M
2
GND

TRJ-TWE

CN1

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

DG

C
+3.3V(F)

+3.3V(F)

+3.3V(F)

+3.3V(F)

N.M 3.3kJ

4.7kJ

N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M

N.M
N.M
N.M
N.M

R49

R50

R51
R52
R53
R54
R55
R56
R57

R58
R59
R60
R61

4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ

N.M
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ
4.7kJ

N.M

N.M
CN2

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

AUDATA0
AUDATA1
AUDATA2
AUDATA3

AUDATA0

(1)

AUDATA1

(1)

AUDATA2

(1)

AUDATA3

(1)

AUDSYNC-

(1)

CPU_TCK

(1)

CPU_TMS

(1)

TRST-

(1)

CPU_TDI

(1)

CPU_TDO

(1)

ASEBRKRK-

(1)

ASEMD0RESET-

(1)
( 1,7 )

AUDCK

(1)

N.M
6.8kJ

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

DX10G1M-26SE

R48

N.M
DX20M-36S

DG

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 18

EXTERNAL
TEL

LINE

EXTERNAL TEL
SWITCH
RELAY

POLARITY
REERSE
DETECTION

/HS, /HS2

LINE CLOSE
RELAY

CML

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 19


NIGHTTIME
CI DETECTION

LINE MONITOR
COMMUNICATION
TRANS

CI
DETECTION

/CI

RECTIFIER

FAX
TRANSMISSION
TRANS

/DPMUTE

NIGHTTIME FAX CIRCUIT

/CID

DPMUTE
GENERATING
CIRCUIT

LINE CLOSE
CIRCUIT

DP
GENERATING
CIRCUIT

/DP

HYB
(2-4 LINE
CONVERSION)

SIGRX

SIGTX

3. TEL / LIU PWB

A. Block diagram

MJ2-1

MJ2-6

CN2-16

MJ2-4

MJ2-3

CN2-12

CN2-15

MJ2-5

MJ1-2

MJ1-1

MJ2-2

CP3

LT2

L8
SBT0260

R3
N.M
0

CP72

BT1

CP74

BT2

CP67

R8

L7
N.M
ST-202S

ARG ARG

PC2

C17
1000p(B)

R11

HZS2C1

C10
N.M
1000p/AC250V

91 1/4W

ZD3

DG

12V

12V

CP63

CP53

DG

RY1

12

D1
N.M
1SS133

JP

JP1

RY2

12

D11

CP75

CP66

JP

JP2

AG

CP50

IC2

CIP1 ( 3 )

DG

Q1
N.M
DTC143ZKA

DG

DG
CP9

5V

CP5

12VS

CP51

51k 1/4W

R16

CP38

15k 1W

CI

AG

AG

AG

N.M
0.1u

C29
N.M
2.2u/50V

0.1u
4

100k 1/4W

R24

DG

DG

R26
N.M
0

7
6
5
4
3
2
1

IC6
NJM4558

CP77

C28
N.M
0.1u

12VS

IC3
+Vcc
Bias
1300Hz_IN
NC
GND
NC
DET OUT
N.M
H8D3063

AG
VREF12VS
(3)

CP64

C27
N.M
10u/16V N.P

Q13
2SC2412K-S

Q2

DG

C38
10u/16V N.P
R40
2.7k

CP54

CP46

CP17

CP37

CP19

CP84

VREF12VS
(3)

R53
N.M
10k

4.7u/50V

IC6A
N.M
NJM4558

D15
N.M
RB751V40

RB751V40

D16
N.M

R65
N.M 100k

27k

R68

CP85

CP82

T3 17

IC6B
N.M
NJM4558

R56
N.M
1.2k

D12
N.M
1SS133

C40
CP81
N.M
100p(CH)

R58
22k

CP65

IC7A
BU4066B
2
1

R55
N.M 3.9k

VREF12VS
(3)

R54
N.M
10k

CP80

DG

C51
N.M
0.033u(B)

Q20
DTC143ZKA

CP195

CP8

4
7
13
16
TRTEP17-0411E

CP7

R66
N.M
1k

CP194

C39
10u/16V N.P

R78
N.M
0

IC4A
NJM4558

CP44

C53
CP79
N.M
1000p(B)

VREF12VS
( 2,3 )

CP20
R51
10 1/4W

CP33

R43
360k

C46

Q11
ZD6
2SD1266A_O MTZJ33BT-77

C36
1000p(B)

CP70

R41
10k

CP43

DG

Q16

DTC143ZKA
C
B

CP78

R42
22k

R52
N.M
1k

CP55

CP15
Q12
2SD592A_S

C33
4.7u/50V

CP32

ZD7
MTZJ8.2BT-77

DTC143ZKA

R29
18k 1/4W

B
C1
N.M
0.33u/50V

Q10

DTC143ZKA

Q3
2SC3415P
R25
120k 1/4W

CP21

R35
30k 1/4W

CP13

CP6
Q4
2SA1807_P

R28
3k 1/4W
R21
220k 1/4W

DG

12VS

R1
10k

/CML

ZD5
MTZJ4.7BT-77

CP58

12VS

C47

N.M
2105

R31
10k

C34

1 T2 5

6
3
Z0140PE

ZD1
HZS2C1

CP31
CP35

IC4
NJM4558

10E_4
/10DDA40

D4

CP25

PC817X4

PC3

CP16

ZD4
NF1
MTZJ4.7BT-77
C26
CP48
R30 CP42
N.M
MMZ1608S121A T
0.022u
1k

D10
N.M CRG02

R5
2k 1/4W

D9
N.M CRG02

PC817X4
PC1

R46
1k

VA2
TNR5V101KT2

REC1
S1ZB60

5V

4 T1 1

D8
N.M CRG02

D7
N.M CRG02

R13

CP47

R12
0

Q23
DTC143ZKA

CP26

CP34

N.M
0.047u/400V

C15

C37
N.M
3 0.1u

C21
1000p/500V

1u/250V

C14

CP30

RY3

RSB-12-U

1SS133

OUAZ-SH-112LZ

11

12V

CP73

CP59

1SS133

RSB-12-U

16

11

N.M
OUAZ-SH-112LZ

11

CP14

HS1/HS2

IC2
N.M
THS_56F

CP29

C32
JP

RY4

D17

13

Q18
DTC143ZKA

10 1/4W

R20

EXHS

CP41

CP28

1SS133

D13

L11
CP24 12V
N.M
EL0607RA-331J-PF

L12
ST110AV

R23
4.7 1/2W

L13
N.M
CP12
EL0607RA-331J-PF

PC814X1
47u/16V N.P

CP49

HZS2C1

ZD2

CP40

C16

30 1/4W

CP36

VA1
TNR5V471K

L9
SBT0260

CP23

CP11

L10
SBT0260

SA1
DSS-401M

CP39

ARG

R4
N.M
0

L6
SBT0260 C4
N.M
1000p/AC250V

TEL2

CP62

TEL1

CP52

/EXHS

MR

ARG

CP27

SA2
N.M
DSS-401M

CP22
ARG

SA3
N.M
DSS-401M

CP10

LT1

1
2

4
3

CP1

1
16

CP2

13
11

3
2

/HS1

1
2

CN2-9

4
6

4
3

/HS2

CN2-10

CP4

TEL/LIU PWB (USA)

E
E

C52

R64
N.M
0

CP83

CP76

12V

AG

R62
0

CP197

DG
VREF12VS
(3)

/CI

/DP

1/3

PC4
N.M
PC817X4

CN2-26

CN2-17

MON ( 2 )

CN2-13

CN2-18

IN/OUT ( 2 )

/FNETD

CML

ZD8
MTZJ4.7BT-77

CP18

ZD9
MTZJ4.7BT-77

4.7u/50V

4
2

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 20

13

B. Circuit diagram

TEL/LIU PWB (USA)

R10
N.M
330

CP87

VREF12V

R22
R15
CP96 N.M
1k

CP95
AG

TX-

C12
N.M
1u

( 1,3 )

R17
N.M
1k

C22
N.M
1000p(B)
C18
N.M
2.2u/50V

R39
N.M
22k

CP98

IC7B
BU4066B
4

C13
N.M
1000p(B)

AG

12V

R57
22k

CP113

12V

CP114

/MICMUTE

C
E

B
Q9

IC1A
N.M
CP101 NJM4558

VREF12V
AG

CN2-20

68k

C7
N.M
2200p(B)

C2
N.M
2200p(B)

N.M

C23
N.M
220p(CH)

TX+
CP100

CN1-4

L4
N.M
SBT0260

CP90

N.M
DTC143ZKA

R38
N.M
22k

CP119

CP116

Q19

CP94

C3
N.M
4.7u/50V

CN1-1

C19
N.M
1000p(B)

CP89
R9
N.M
1k

( 1,3 )

N.M
DTC143ZKA

CP120
DG

/VRSEL1

Q8

C
E

N.M
DTC143ZKA

R34
N.M
22k

CP123

CP124

N.M
DTC143ZKA

R33
N.M
22k

CP127

B
Q6

N.M
DTC143ZKA

R45
N.M
22k
R44
N.M
22k

CP133

Q15

N.M
DTC143ZKA

Q14

CP139

3
12V

12V

DG

RX+

11
D2
N.M
1SS133

IC5D
N.M
BU4066B
10

CP149

6
5

8
IC5C
N.M
BU4066B

CP145

R49
N.M
68k

IC1B
N.M
NJM4558
R36
N.M
150

D3
N.M
1SS133

R37
N.M
2.2k

C11
N.M
2.2u/50V

R47
N.M
36k

R14
N.M
8.2k

RXL2

N.M
SBT0260

VREF12V ( 1,3 )
AG

AG

14

14

AG

AG

8
C35

C48

C5

C50

C49

N.M
0.1u

0.1u

M.N
0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

AG

IC5
BU4066B

AG

IC7
BU4066B

AG

IC1
NJM4558

AG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 21

AG

10

IC7C
CP190

BU4066B

IC9
NJM4558

12

CN1-3

C6
CP148
N.M
4.7u/50V

12

CP147

IC5B
N.M
BU4066B
CP140

CN1-2

DG
N.M
SBT0260

R18
N.M
39k
7

L3

R19
N.M
3.3k

CP144

R48
N.M
20k

CP137

N.M
DTC143ZKA
Q5
N.M
2SC2412K-S

CP146

C20
N.M
1000p(B)

CP136

R50
N.M
11k

B
E

CN2-19

IC5A
N.M
BU4066B
CP131

CP132
/RCVMUTE

CP126

CP128

/VRSEL3

CN2-23

13

Q7

C
E

/VRSEL2

CN2-22

CN2-21

IC8
NJM4558

IC7D
CP191

CP192

BU4

2/3

SIGTX

CP88
SIGTX

CP91

R83
51k 1%

CP93
R74
11k 1%

C57

R67

TP8

C55
N.M
0.068u

CP99

R80

5.1k 1%

(3)

R79
3.3k

AG

1
3

N.M
24k

CP92

100p(CH)

R73

CN2-6

N.M

IN/OUT

IC8A
NJM4558

(1)

620 1%
R82
470 1%

VREF12V

C56
0.068u(B)

R72
15k
CP104
CP112
C61
4.7u/50V

R84
N.M
10k

CP117

R86
N.M
10k

R85
620

C41
470p(B)

CP121

CP122

CP118

R87
N.M
10k

C58
0.068u(B)

AG

C59
N.M
0.068u

C
R59
R81
22k 1%

22k 1%
-

R70
22k 1%

CP125
R71
22k

IC8B
NJM4558

VREF12V ( 3 )

ZD11
N.M
HZS2C1

(1)

R69
18k

MON

ZD10
CP153 N.M
HZS2C1

C54

220p(CH)

R76

27k

CP154

CP155

SIGRX
-

SIGRX

1
+

IC9A
NJM4558
(3)

CN2-4

TP9
N.M

VREF12V
R75
11k

CP156

12

12V

11
IC7D
BU4066B

CP193

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 22

TEL/LIU PWB (USA)

CP161

CN3-1

CP162

RY5
N.M
G6E-134P-US

R77
N.M
4.7k 1W

CP164

JP3
N.M
JP

CIP

12
7
10

CN3-2

CP165

12V

CIP1 ( 1 )

Q22
N.M
DTC143ZKA
C
B

AG
CP166

D14

1SS133

N.M

DG
CN2-24

EC
Q21
N.M
DTC143ZKA
B
C

CP169

CN2-14

CION

CP170

DG
/CIOUT

CN3-3
CP173
CN2-28

12VS

12VS

12VS
TP5
N.M

12V

CN2-29

DG
CP176
CN2-7
CN2-8

R61
10k

12V

12V

CP172

12V
TP1

N.M
C44
0.1u

CP178

C45
47u/25V
+ C42

R60
10k

CN2-2
CN2-3

1u/50
AG
CP181

CN2-27

5V

5V

AG

5V
TP6
CP183

N.M
C25
0.1u

C24
47u/25V

12VS

CN2-1
CN2-30
DG

R32
10k

5V

CP177
R6
N.M
0

CP180

L5
N.M
CN1-5

R27
10k

Q17
N.M
DTC143ZKA

SBT0260
TP3
C8
N.M
1000p(B)

DG

R7
N.M
4.7k

N.M
D5
N.M
1SS133

C9
N.M
1000p(B)

DG

CP182

DG

AG

DG

RHS
R2
N.M
0
CP184

CN1-6

L1
N.M

_DG
SBT0260
DG

CN2-25

DG
C60
N.M
0.1u

CP45

R88
N.M
0

FG

TP2
DG

AG
DG

TP10
AG

NF2
N.M
MMZ1608S121AT
DG

+ C30

1u/50

/HRS

CN2-11

D6
N.M
1SS133

/RHS

CP179

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 23

AG

3/3

Japan Only
MJ-66J-RD315

MJ2

TELID SELECT RESISTANCE

CP163
TELID

CN2-5

TELID SELECTR63
RESISTANCE 620

BT1

CIP

LT1

AG

DG

TEL1

3
4

TEL2

LT2

ID SELECT
VOLTAGE
(TYP)

ID SELECT
VOLTAGE
(MIN-MAX)

270

0.30V

0.27-0.33V

620

0.62V

0.57-0.67V

1.0k

0.89V

0.83-0.96V

1.5k

1.18V

1.10-1.26V

/CIOUT

2.2k

1.48V

1.40-1.56V

L1

3.3k

1.82V

1.73-1.90V

L2

4.7k

2.10V

2.02-2.17V

7.5k

2.43V

2.36-2.49V

MJ-62J-RD315

MJ1

ID SELECT
RESISTANCE

TELID
MODE

S03B-XASK-1

CN3

BT2

Japan Only
MD-S610-90

CN1

CP171

VREF12V
7

RX-

TX-

/RHS

DG

VREF12V ( 1,2 )

TX+
RX+

1
2

PULL UP RESISTANCE 2.7k (3.3V)

TP4
IC9B
NJM4558

+ C42

N.M

CN2

+ C43

4.7u/50V

1u/50V

30FE-BT-VK-N

DG

AG

AG

SIGRX

TELID

SIGTX

12V

12V

/HS1

10

/HS2

CP175

VREF12VS
6

+ C30

1u/50V

IC4B
NJM4558

RHS

11

12

/EXHS

/CI

13

14

CION

MR

15

16

CML

17

18

/DP

/RCVMUTE 19

20

/MICMUTE

/VRSEL1

21

22

/VRSEL2

/VRSEL3

23

24

EC

NC

25

26

/FNETD

VREF12VS( 1 )
TP7

N.M

+ C31

4.7u/50V

5V

27

28

12VS

DG

29

30

DG

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 24

4. FAX power unit


A. 100V series

Any capacitors without V mark are of 25V.


Any resistors without W mark are of 1/10W.

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 25

AR-FX10 ELECTRICAL SECTION 8 - 26

Memo

Memo

LEAD-FREE SOLDER
The PWBs of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF marks indicated on the PWBs and the Service Manual mean Lead-Free solder.
The alphabet following the LF mark shows the kind of lead-free solder.

Example:
<Solder composition code of lead-free solder>

Lead-Free

5mm

Solder composition
code (Refer to the
table at the right.)

Solder composition

Solder composition code

Sn-Ag-Cu

Sn-Ag-Bi
Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu

Sn-Zn-Bi

Sn-In-Ag-Bi

Sn-Cu-Ni

Sn-Ag-Sb

Bi-Sn-Ag-P
Bi-Sn-Ag

(1) NOTE FOR THE USE OF LEAD-FREE SOLDER THREAD


When repairing a lead-free solder PWB, use lead-free solder thread.
Never use conventional lead solder thread, which may cause a breakdown or an accident.
Since the melting point of lead-free solder thread is about 40C higher than that of conventional lead solder thread, the use of the exclusive-use
soldering iron is recommendable.

(2) NOTE FOR SOLDERING WORK


Since the melting point of lead-free solder is about 220C, which is about 40C higher than that of conventional lead solder, and its soldering capacity is
inferior to conventional one, it is apt to keep the soldering iron in contact with the PWB for longer time. This may cause land separation or may exceed
the heat-resistive temperature of components. Use enough care to separate the soldering iron from the PWB when completion of soldering is
confirmed.
Since lead-free solder includes a greater quantity of tin, the iron tip may corrode easily. Turn ON/OFF the soldering iron power frequently.
If different-kind solder remains on the soldering iron tip, it is melted together with lead-free solder. To avoid this, clean the soldering iron tip after
completion of soldering work.
If the soldering iron tip is discolored black during soldering work, clean and file the tip with steel wool or a fine filer.

PARTS GUIDE
CODE:00ZARFX10/P2E

DIGITAL FULL COLOR


MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM OPTION
FAX EXPANSION KIT

MODEL

AR-FX10

(For North America)


CONTENTS

1
2
3
4
5

FAX Box unit


Packing material & Accessories
Modem control PWB unit
TEL/LIU PWB unit
FAX AC power supply unit
Index

Because parts marked with "!" is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and poeration, it must
Be replaced with the parts specific to the product specification.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used for


after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without ontice.

DEFINITION
The definition of each Rank is as follows and also noted in the list
Rank A : Maintenance parts, and consumable parts which are not included in but closely related to maintenance parts
Rank B : Performance/function parts (sensors, clutches, and other electrical parts), consumable parts
Rank E : Unit parts including PWB
Rank D : Preparation parts (External fitting, packing, parts packed together)
Rank C : Parts other than the above (excluding sub components of PWB)
Because parts marked with "!" is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and operation, it must be replaced with
the parts specific to the product specification.
F Other than this Parts Guide, please refer to documents Service Manual(including Circuit Diagram)of this model.
F Please use the 13 digit code described in the right hand corner of front cover of the document, when you place an order.
F For U.S. only-Use order codes provided in advertising literature. Do not order from parts department.

1 FAX Box unit


NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
42
43
44
501

PARTS CODE
PCOVP1564FCZZ
GCAB-0947FCZZ
LHLDZ1494FCZZ
LFIX-0567FCZZ
DHAI-3657FCZZ
LHLDZ1493FCZZ
XEBSE30P12000
XEBSE30P10000
XBPSD40P06K00
XBPSD40P40XS0
RDENC0004FCZ1
LBSHZ1001ACZZ
XHBSE30P06000
LPLTM5788FCZZ
QSW-C9295QCZZ
LBSHZ2050SCZZ
LX-WZ0443FCZZ
LSUPP0118FCZZ
LHLDW1499FCZZ
LSUPP0076FCZZ
XBPSD30P08KS0
LPLTM5892FCZZ
LFIX-0560FCZZ
DHAI-3207FC11
DHAI-3444FCZZ
GCAB-0946FCZ3
LPLTM6075FCZ2
LPLTM5789FCZZ
DUNT-7136FCA1
XHBSE40P05000
PSHEZ4879FCZZ
CPWBN1619FCE2
LPLTM5787FCZZ
CPWBX1618FCE2
QCNW-0210FCZZ
VHI28F082L30F
XBPSE26P08000
LX-BZ0938FCZZ
XWHSE30-05080
CPLTM5788FCF1

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AF
AT
AF
AD
AS
N
AF
AA
AA
AA
AA
BZ
N
AB
AA
AP
AL
AB
AB
AB
AC
AA
AA
AD
AF
AG
AN
AZ
AS
AF
AN
AB
AH
BM
N
AQ
CB
N
AE
BA
N
AA
AC
AA
BR
N

PART
RANK
D
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
E
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
E
C
C
E
C
E
C
E
C
C
C
E

DESCRIPTION
FAX ROM cover
FAX rear cabinet
FAX AC cord holder B
FAX holder cord fixing plate
FAX power supply harness
FAX AC cord holder C
Screw(312)
Screw(310)
Screw(46K)
Screw(440XS)
FAX AC power supply unit
Edge saddle
Screw(36)
FAX power supply fixing plate
FAX power supply switch(ALP SDDJF3)
Edge saddle(EDS-1208U)
Washer
PWB supporter(SPLSN6)
Wire saddle(WS-2U)
PWB supporter(SPSN6U)
Screw(38KS)
FAX separate plate
FAX AC cord fixing plate
FAX switch harness
FAX BOX harness
FAX front cabinet B
FAX fixing plate N
Speaker fixing plate
FAX speaker unit
Screw(45)
FAX front sheet
TEL/LIU PWB unit
FAX PWB fixing plate
Modem control PWB
FAX interface FFC
FAX FLASH ROM(28F082L30F)
Screw(2.68)
Screw
Washer
FAX power supply unit

1 FAX Box unit

37
38

BC

21

13
31

21

3
43

4
5

30

21
36

2 43

6
13

13
13

13

44
7

13

13
35 21

25
D

42

C 21

17 10

21

34

21

11

13

43

23

21 21

15

33

13

13
28

13

18
16

13 19 12
13

27
32

20
14

FCP07926

32

32

501

26

22

2 Packing material & Accessories


NO.
1
2
5
7
8
9
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

PARTS CODE
SSAKA3640QCZZ
SPAK-546ECCZZ
SPAKA0559QSZZ
TCADZ1676FCZZ
TINSE2772FCZZ
TINSE2932FCZZ
SPAKA5824FCZZ
QCNW-7197XCZZ
RCORF0046FCZZ
SSAKA3001CCZZ
LX-BZ0962FCZ1
LBNDJ0020FCZZ
SSAKA0006UCZZ
LPLTM6108FCZ1
NSFTZ2738FCZZ
XHBSE40P10000

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AB
AB
AD
AU
BD
N
BC
N
AF
AH
AH
AA
AF
AA
AA
AF
AD
AA

PART
RANK
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
D
C
C
D
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Vinyl bag(320690mm)
Vinyl bag(125230mm)
Packing add
Inst.manual
Operation manual
Operation manual
ARMM protect sheet
Line cable
Core
Vinyl bag(140360mm)
Screw
Band
Vinyl bag(5060mm)
FAX fixing plate B
FAX fixing shaft
Screw(410)

(FAX)

2 Packing material & Accessories

19
20

19
18

12

20
7
1

13

15
8
16

14
17
9

FCP07927

3 Modem control PWB unit


NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
13

14

15
16
17
18
19
23
24
25
26

27

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
37
38
39
41
42
43
44
45
46
48
49
50
54
59
60
61

62

63
64

PARTS CODE
QCNCM1069ACZZ
QCNCM7014SC0B
QCNCM7014SC0C
QCNCW1155FCZZ
QSOCN0082FCZZ
QSOCZ0094FCPZ
RC-KZ0008QCZZ
RC-KZ0008QCZZ
RC-KZ0008QCZZ
RCORF1072ACZZ
RCORF1072ACZZ
RCRSP0069FCZZ
RFILN0047FCZZ
RFILZ1042LCZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
VCCCCZ1EH151J
VCCCCZ1HH100D
VCCCCZ1HH100D
VCCCCZ1HH101J
VCEASM1CM106M
VCEASM1EM107M
VCFYDA1HA104J
VCFYDA1HA105J
VCKYCZ1AF224Z
VCKYCZ1AF224Z
VCKYCZ1AF224Z
VCKYCZ1CB103K
VCKYCZ1CB103K
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1EB472K
VCKYCZ1HB102K
VCKYCZ1HB222K
VCKYCZ1HB471K
VCKYCZ1HB681K
VHD1SS355//-1
VHDRB751V40-1
VHI74LCX04FT1
VHI74LCX74T-1
VHICAT24W02-1
VHILM1117M3-1
VHIMAX3225E-1
VHIN195006E-1
VHINJM2113M-1
VHINJM4558MF1
VHINJM78L05A1
VHIPST591CMT1
VHISD4M16L1-1
VHISH770910-1
VHITD62503F/VHIUPD659461C
VHPSLR322VC3F
VRD-HT2EY751J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD101J
VRS-CZ1JD102J

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AD
AD
AA
AE
AP
AL
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AG
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AD
AC
AE
AC
AC
AC
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AD
AE
AG
AG
AH
AT
BK
AG
AE
AD
AE
AZ
BH
AG
BA
N
AC
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

PART
RANK
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Connector(6pin)
Connector(2pin)
Connector(3pin)
Connector(30FE-BT-VK-N)
Connector(DX10G1M-26SE)
Connector(DMM2-SD72AR-1131-F)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1F)
Core(BLM15AG601SN1)
Core(BLM15AG601SN1)
Crystal(14.7456MHZ)
Filter(MMZ1608S121)
Filter(ZJSR5101-102)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Block resistor(474)
Capacitor(25WV 150pF)
Capacitor(50WV 10pF)
Capacitor(50WV 10pF)
Capacitor(50WV 100pF)
Capacitor(16WV 10F)
Capacitor(25WV 100F)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(50WV 1F)
Capacitor(10WV 0.22F)
Capacitor(10WV 0.22F)
Capacitor(10WV 0.22F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.010F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.010F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(25WV 4700pF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000pF)
Capacitor(50WV 2200pF)
Capacitor(50WV 470pF)
Capacitor(50WV 680pF)
Diode(1SS355)
Diode(RB751V-40)
IC(74LCX04FT1)
IC(TC74LCX74FT)
IC(CAT24WC02PI)
IC(LM1117MPX-3.3)
IC(MAX3225E)
IC(MN195006E)
IC(NJM2113-M)
IC(NJM4558MF1)
IC(NJM78L05A1)
IC(PST591CMT1)
IC(SD4M16L1)
IC(SH7709A)
IC(TD62503F)
IC(UPD65946GD-P06-LML)
LED(Red)(SLR322VC3F)
Resistor(1/4W 750 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1.0K 5%)

[CN8]
[CN5]
[CN7]
[CN6]
[CN1]
[CN4]
[C35,C45,C46,C47,C48,C49,C50]
[C51,C52,C56,C58,C97,C99,C100]
[C157,C186]
[R218,R219,R220,R221,R222,R237,R238]
[R239,R240,R241,R242]
[X2]
[NF2]
[NF1]
[BR1,BR2,BR3,BR4,BR5,BR6,BR7]
[BR8,BR9,BR10,BR11,BR12,BR13,BR14]
[BR15,BR16,BR17,BR18,BR19,BR20,BR21]
[BR22,BR23,BR24,BR25,BR26,BR27,BR28]
[BR29,BR30,BR31,BR32,BR33,BR34,BR35]
[BR36,BR37,BR38,BR39,BR40,BR41,BR42]
[BR43,BR44,BR45,BR46,BR47]
[C1004]
[C2,C7,C108,C109,C1000,C1005,C1007]
[C1033,C1035]
[C91,C96]
[C11,C80,C82,C83,C84,C89,C114,C128]
[C123,C154,C176]
[C39,C67]
[C126,C122]
[C107,C110,C111,C112,C113,C125,C127]
[C143,C144,C152,C155,C177,C178,C179]
[C180,C181]
[C147,C148,C149,C150,C151,C159,C164]
[C165,C166,C167,C168,C169]
[C1,C3,C8,C9,C13,C14,C15]
[C16,C17,C21,C22,C24,C25,C26]
[C27,C29,C30,C31,C32,C33,C34]
[C36,C37,C38,C42,C43,C54,C62]
[C63,C65,C68,C69,C70,C73,C74]
[C75,C76,C77,C81,C85,C86,C90]
[C93,C94,C95,C101,C102,C103,C104]
[C115,C116,C117,C119,C121,C124,C129]
[C131,C132,C133,C134,C135,C136,C137]
[C138,C139,C141,C142,C145,C153,C156]
[C160,C161,C162,C163,C170,C171,C172]
[C173,C174,C175,C182,C183,C184,C185]
[C187,C1008,C1009,C1010,C1011,C1012,C1013]
[C1014,C1015,C1016,C1019,C1020,C1021,C1022]
[C1023,C1024,C1025,C1026,C1027,C1028,C1029]
[C1030,C1031,C1032,C1036]
[C55]
[C23,C53,C59,C60,C61,C87,C88,C140]
[C64]
[C6,C5]
[C92]
[D1,D2,D8,D9,D12]
[D4,D5,D6,D7,D17,D18]
[IC12]
[IC28]
[IC7]
[IC21]
[IC10,IC11]
[IC27]
[IC16]
[IC14]
[IC8]
[IC2]
[IC23,IC24,IC26]
[IC17]
[IC9]
[IC25]
[LED3,LED2]
[R115]
[R21,R30,R31,R32,R33,R34,R36]
[R37,R38,R39,R41,R42,R89,R143]
[R147,R155,R161,R163,R167,R171,R179]
[R180,R181,R189,R190,R191,R192,R193]
[R210,R211,R212,R215,R217,R228,R246]
[R141,R223,R255]
[R10,R15,R65,R66,R67,R109,R111]

3 Modem control PWB unit


NO.
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
93
94
95
96
97
98

901

PARTS CODE
VRS-CZ1JD102J
VRS-CZ1JD102J
VRS-CZ1JD103J
VRS-CZ1JD103J
VRS-CZ1JD103J
VRS-CZ1JD103J
VRS-CZ1JD104J
VRS-CZ1JD122J
VRS-CZ1JD123J
VRS-CZ1JD154F
VRS-CZ1JD183J
VRS-CZ1JD203J
VRS-CZ1JD220J
VRS-CZ1JD222J
VRS-CZ1JD272J
VRS-CZ1JD273J
VRS-CZ1JD302J
VRS-CZ1JD330J
VRS-CZ1JD333J
VRS-CZ1JD363F
VRS-CZ1JD363J
VRS-CZ1JD393J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD471J
VRS-CZ1JD472J
VRS-CZ1JD472J
VRS-CZ1JD472J
VRS-CZ1JD472J
VRS-CZ1JD473J
VRS-CZ1JD473J
VRS-CZ1JD510J
VRS-CZ1JD513J
VRS-CZ1JD560J
VRS-CZ1JD563F
VRS-CZ1JD682J
VRS-CZ1JD683J
VRS-CZ1JD912J
VRS-CZ1JD913J
VS2SA1577Q/RC
VS2SD592A//-1
VSDTA114EUA-1
VSDTC143ZUA-1
VSDTC143ZUA-1
VSDTC143ZUA-1
VSDTC143ZUA-1
(Unit)
CPWBX1618FCE2

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
N
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AE
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
CB

PART
RANK
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
E

DESCRIPTION
Resistor(1/16W 1.0K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1.0K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1.2K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 12K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 150K 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 18K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 20K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 22 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 2.2K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 2.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 27K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 3.0K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 33 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 33K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 36K 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 36K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 39K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 470 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 4.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 4.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 4.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 4.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 47K 5%)
Resistor(1/10W 51 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 51K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 56 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 56K 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 6.8K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 68K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 9.1K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 91K 5%)
Transistor(2SA1577Q/RC)
Transistor(2SD592A)
Transistor(DTA114EUA)
Transistor(DTC143ZUA)
Transistor(DTC143ZUA)
Transistor(DTC143ZUA)
Transistor(DTC143ZUA)

[R113,R114,R116,R139,R140,R149,R174]
[R195,R243,R244]
[R45,R69,R70,R71,R78,R79,R85]
[R106,R110,R112,R118,R128,R138,R145]
[R152,R153,R158,R159,R176,R177,R178]
[R184,R185,R186,R194,R224,R227]
[R84,R131,R136]
[R148]
[R88]
[R127]
[R81,R129]
[R133]
[R26]
[R117]
[R123]
[R16]
[R90]
[R47,R183,R201,R214,R261,R262]
[R86,R87]
[R164,R169]
[R130]
[R82]
[R3,R18,R19,R22,R23,R24,R29]
[R46,R68,R72,R73,R74,R75,R76]
[R77,R92,R93,R94,R95,R96,R97]
[R98,R99,R100,R101,R102,R103,R105]
[R107,R108,R137,R144,R187,R188,R197]
[R198,R199,R200,R208,R209,R225,R229]
[R230,R231,R232,R233,R234,R235,R236]
[R245,R247,R248,R258,R259,R260]
[R63,R104]
[R4,R5,R6,R7,R14,R17,R25]
[R35,R40,R43,R44,R50,R120,R121]
[R122,R124,R150,R151,R154,R160,R205]
[R216,R256,R257,R11,R20]
[R173,R213,R226,R249,R250,R251,R252]
[R253,R254]
[R204,R203]
[R135]
[R196]
[R126]
[R134,R91]
[R132]
[R83]
[R80]
[TR8]
[TR25]
[TR27,TR15]
[TR2,TR3,TR4,TR5,TR6,TR7,TR9]
[TR10,TR11,TR12,TR13,TR14,TR16,TR17]
[TR18,TR19,TR20,TR21,TR22,TR23,TR24]
[TR26,TR28,TR29]

Modem control PWB

4 TEL/LIU PWB unit


NO.

!
!

1
2
3
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

PARTS CODE
QCNCW1155FCZZ
QJAKT0001FCZZ
QJAKT0002FCZZ
RCILZ0089FCZZ
RC-KZ0008QCZZ
RC-KZ102BRC2H
RFILN0047FCZZ
RFILN2011SCZZ
RRLYD1211QCZZ
RR-WZ0418FCZZ
RTRNZ0008QSZZ
RTRNZ0009QSZZ
VCCCCZ1EH221J
VCCCCZ1HH101J
VCFYJU2EA105K
VCKYCZ1AB683K
VCKYCZ1HB102K
VCKYCZ1HB471K

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AE
AD
AE
AG
AB
AC
AC
AC
AH
AF
AT
AQ
AB
AA
AE
AB
AA
AA

PART
RANK
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Connector(30FE-BT-VK-N)
Modular Jack(MJ-62J-RD315)
Modular Jack(MJ-66J-RD315)
Coil(ST110AV)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1F)
Capacitor(500WV 1000pF)
Filter(MMZ1608S121AT)
Coil(SBT-0260)
Relay(OUAZ-SH-112LZ)
Relay(HPC1/2W)
Transformer(TRTEP17-0411E)
Transformer(Z0140PE)
Capacitor(25WV 220pF)
Capacitor(50WV 100pF)
Capacitor(250WV 1F)
Capacitor(10WV 0.068F)
Capacitor(50WV 1000pF)
Capacitor(50WV 470pF)

[CN2]
[MJ1]
[MJ2]
[L12]
[C25,C34,C44,C48,C49,C50]
[C21]
[NF1]
[L6,L8,L9,L10]
[RY2]
[R23]
[T3]
[T1]
[C54]
[C57]
[C14]
[C56,C58]
[C17,C36]
[C41]

4 TEL/LIU PWB unit


NO.

PARTS CODE

VHD10DDA40+-1
VHD1SS133//-1
VHDS1ZB60//-1
VHEHZS2C1//-1
VHEMTZJ33B+-1
VHEMTZJ4R7B-1
VHEMTZJ8.2B-1
VHIBU4066BCF1
VHINJM4558MF1
VHPPC814X1+-1
VHVDSS-401M//
VHVTNR5V101K/
VHVTNR5V471K/
VRD-HT2EY100J
VRD-HT2EY104J
VRD-HT2EY124J
VRD-HT2EY183J
VRD-HT2EY202J
VRD-HT2EY224J
VRD-HT2EY300J
VRD-HT2EY302J
VRD-HT2EY303J
VRD-HT2EY513J
VRD-HT2EY910J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
VRS-CZ1JD102J
VRS-CZ1JD103J
VRS-CZ1JD113F
VRS-CZ1JD113J
VRS-CZ1JD153J
VRS-CZ1JD183J
VRS-CZ1JD223F
VRS-CZ1JD223J
VRS-CZ1JD272J
VRS-CZ1JD273J
VRS-CZ1JD332J
VRS-CZ1JD364J
VRS-CZ1JD512F
VRS-CZ1JD621F
VRS-CZ1JD621J
VRS-RA3AA153J
VS2SA1807-P-1
VS2SC2412KS-1
VS2SC3415-P-1
VS2SD1266A0-1
VS2SD592A-S-1
VSDTC143ZKA-1
(Unit)
901 C P W B N 1 6 1 9 F C E 2
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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
61
62
64
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AB
AA
AC
AB
AC
AC
AB
AD
AE
AD
AH
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AE
AB
AP
AF
AK
AC
BM

PART
RANK
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
E

DESCRIPTION
Diode(10DDA40V)
Diode(1SS133)
Diode(S1ZB60)
Zener diode(HZS2C1)
Zener Diode(MTZJ33BT-77)
Zener diode(MTZJ4R7B)
Zener diode(MTZJ8.2B)
IC(BU4066BCF1)
IC(NJM4558MF1)
Photo coupler(PC814X1)
Arrestor(DSS-401M)
Varisutor(TNR5V101K)
Varistor(TNR5V471K)
Resistor(1/4W 10 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 100K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 120K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 18K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 2K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 220K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 30 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.0K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 30K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 51K 5%)
Resistor(1/4W 91 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1.0K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 11K 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 11K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 15K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 18K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 22K 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 22K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 2.7K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 27K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 3.3K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 360K 5%)
Resistor(1/16W 5.1k 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 620 1%)
Resistor(1/16W 620 5%)
Resistor(1W 15K 5%)
Transistor(2SA1807-P)
Transistor(2SC2412KS)
Transistor(2SC3415-P)
Transistor(2SD1266A0)
Transistor(2SD592A-S)
Transistor(DTC143ZKA)

[D4]
[D11,D13,D17]
[REC1]
[ZD1,ZD2,ZD3]
[ZD6]
[ZD4,ZD5,ZD8,ZD9]
[ZD7]
[IC7]
[IC4,IC8,IC9]
[PC2]
[SA1]
[VA2]
[VA1]
[R51,R20]
[R24]
[R25]
[R29]
[R5]
[R21]
[R8]
[R28]
[R35]
[R16]
[R11]
[R12,R62]
[R30,R46]
[R1,R27,R31,R32,R41,R60,R61]
[R74]
[R75]
[R72]
[R69]
[R59,R70,R81]
[R42,R57,R58,R71]
[R40]
[R68,R76]
[R79]
[R43]
[R73]
[R80]
[R63,R85]
[R13]
[Q4]
[Q13]
[Q3]
[Q11]
[Q12]
[Q2,Q10,Q16,Q18,Q20,Q23]

TEL/LIU PWB unit

5 FAX AC power supply unit


NO.
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

PARTS CODE
0FT23040224//
0FT23042251//
0FT23075095//
0FT23194310//
0FT23314081//
0FT23423816//
0FT23432963//
0FT23485706//
0FT23559467//
0FT23562328//
0FT23562379//
0FT23562379//
0FT23562549//
0FT23562700//
0FT23562700//
0FT23562727//
0FT23562816//
0FT23562816//
0FT23562859//
0FT23563103//
0FT23563103//
0FT23563324//
0FT23563324//

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AD
AP
AP
AU
AU
AC
AC
AK
AR
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AC
AD
AD
AD
AC
AC

PART
RANK
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Angle(TC-92 30X36X1T)
Fin(AL1 30X30)
Connector(B6P-VH)
Thermistor(NTH11D8R0LA)
IC(UPC393C)
Screw(M3X8 S NP3 WSW)
Screw(M3X10 S NP3 W.SW)
Connector(B2B-PH-K-S)
Transistor(2SC3588 HFE=L:K)
Resistor(RSMF2SL 68KJ)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 1J)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 1J)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 330J)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 47KJ)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 47KJ)
Resistor(RSMF12SL 100KJ)
Resistor(RSMF1SL 2.2J)
Resistor(RSMF1SL 2.2J)
Resistor(RSMF1SL 10J)
Resistor(RSMF1SL 47KJ)
Resistor(RSMF1SL 47KJ)
Resistor(RSMF2SL 100J)
Resistor(RSMF2SL 100J)

[1]
[2]
[CN1]
[TH1]
[Z6]
[5]
[6]
[CN4]
[Q11]
[R2]
[R20]
[R83]
[R62]
[R13]
[R14]
[R54]
[R11]
[R12]
[R18]
[R4]
[R5]
[R10]
[R19]

5 FAX AC power supply unit


NO.
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
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

PARTS CODE
0FT23598977//
0FT23611329//
0FT23642925//
0FT23644634//
0FT23665429//
0FT23671666//
0FT23697355//
0FT23736903//
0FT23462226//
0FT23462226//
0FT23462234//
0FT23462234//
0FT23462234//
0FT23462234//
0FT23462250//
0FT23462250//
0FT23462250//
0FT23462250//
0FT23462250//
0FT23462269//
0FT23462269//
0FT23462269//
0FT23462293//
0FT23463362//
0FT23536106//
0FT23536106//
0FT23536106//
0FT23538850//
0FT23538850//
0FT23538885//
0FT23538915//
0FT23538923//
0FT23538974//
0FT23538982//
0FT23541509//
0FT23546047//
0FT23546047//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23549119//
0FT23551148//
0FT23551377//
0FT23557111//
0FT23565505//
0FT23578194//
0FT23578194//
0FT23581330//
0FT23581330//
0FT23581330//
0FT23583309//
0FT23598470//
0FT23624293//
0FT23625591//
0FT23625591//
0FT23663914//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33122675//
0FT33189184//
0FT23095657//
0FT23095657//
0FT23095657//
0FT23095657//
0FT23124819//
0FT23124827//
0FT23204782//
0FT23204790//
0FT23204790//

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AU
AU
AU
AX
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AK
AD
AD
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AK
AK
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AG
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AD
AF
AF
AF
AF
AK
AF
AP
AP
AP

PART
RANK
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Connector(B3B-PH-K-S)
Capacitor(MMC-104K400)
Reactor(TG0113MADS SK)
Variable resistor(EVM-4LGA00B13)
IC(UPC78M24AHF)
IC(UPC78M12AHF)
Surge absorber(ERZV10D471)
Rectifier(SF10SC4)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 470J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 470J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.2KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.2KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.2KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.2KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.2KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 10KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 10KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 10KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 560J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 180J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1.5KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1.5KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1.5KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 4.7KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 4.7KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 100J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 5.6KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 3.9KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 2.7KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 47J)
Zener diode(RD8.2M-B2)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 100KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 100KJ)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R103K25PT)
Zener diode(RD12M-B2-T1)
Diode(SFPM-52VL)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 220J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 220KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 22J)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 22J)
Capacitor(GRM40R104K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R104K25PT)
Capacitor(GRM40R104K25PT)
Zener diode(RD5.6M-B2-T1)
Zener diode(RD10M-B2-T1)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 27KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1.8KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 1.8KJ)
Resistor(RK73K2ATD 5.1KJ)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Diode(KDS184RTK)
Capacitor(GRM40-034R104K50PT)
Transistor(2SC1815-Y:GR TPE2)
Transistor(2SC1815-Y:GR TPE2)
Transistor(2SC1815-Y:GR TPE2)
Transistor(2SC1815-Y:GR TPE2)
Capacitor(KME25VB-220 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME25VB-47 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME35VB-220 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME35VB-100 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME35VB-100 TC-04)

[CN2]
[C6]
[L4]
[RV1]
[Z2]
[Z1]
[NR1]
[RC2]
[R34]
[R65]
[R30]
[R35]
[R41]
[R44]
[R38]
[R39]
[R52]
[R66]
[R68]
[R8]
[R17]
[R48]
[R31]
[R42]
[RX2]
[R22]
[R59]
[R46]
[R67]
[R69]
[R71]
[R37]
[R7]
[R23]
[D11]
[R57]
[R63]
[C10]
[C13]
[C14]
[C39]
[C50]
[C54]
[C55]
[D5]
[D62]
[R21]
[R56]
[R43]
[R51]
[CX1]
[CX2]
[C36]
[D42]
[D46]
[R16]
[R36]
[R40]
[R33]
[D6]
[D10]
[D12]
[D44]
[D45]
[D47]
[D54]
[D55]
[D61]
[D63]
[D66]
[C24]
[Q2]
[Q7]
[Q9]
[Q12]
[C27]
[C29]
[C23]
[C17]
[C25]

5 FAX AC power supply unit


NO.

105
106
107
108
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
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184

PARTS CODE
0FT23241823//
0FT23259382//
0FT23259420//
0FT23259447//
0FT23259498//
0FT23259498//
0FT23259498//
0FT23287629//
0FT23287637//
0FT23287696//
0FT23287823//
0FT23319431//
0FT23319431//
0FT23326101//
0FT23329089//
0FT23329089//
0FT23379450//
0FT23379450//
0FT23394395//
0FT23414892//
0FT23415341//
0FT23415430//
0FT23415570//
0FT23415570//
0FT23415570//
0FT23415600//
0FT23415643//
0FT23415651//
0FT23415716//
0FT23415740//
0FT23415899//
0FT23429199//
0FT23484661//
0FT23486796//
0FT23486850//
0FT23486850//
0FT23543641//
0FT23605507//
0FT23605507//
0FT23605507//
0FT23605507//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23610810//
0FT23624285//
0FT23690482//
0FT23752267//
0FT23752267//
0FT33005385//
0FT33036442//
0FT33055277//
0FT33186711//
0FT33213786//
0FT33213786//
0FT33295049//
0FT33388799//
0FT33552203//
0FT33570120//
0FT33008015//
0FT33035349//
0FT33085427//
0FT33146922//
0FT33173377//
0FT33197209//
0FT33199031//
0FT33213581//
0FT33262132//
0FT33262132//
0FT33293976//
0FT33331673//
0FT33441622//
0FT33441630//
0FT33478232//
0FT33509685//
0FT33529090//

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AP
AP
AP
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AP
AP
AK
AF
AF
AU
AK
AK
AU
AU
AU
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AK
AD
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AK
AR
AK
AK
AK
AP
AD
AD
AW
AK
AU
AK
BA
BA
AW
AP
AP
AP
AF
AZ
AL
AP
AZ
AP
AP

PART
RANK
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
C
B
B
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
C
B
B
C
B
C
C
C
C
C

DESCRIPTION
Diode(EG01ZV0)
Capacitor(KME10VB-470 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME35VB-470 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-1 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-10 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-10 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-10 TC-04)
Transistor(2SA1015-Y TPE2)
Transistor(2SA1020-O:Y TPE6)
Transistor(2SC3225 TPE6)
Capacitor(KME50VB-22 TC-04)
Diode(1SS119-14 TD)
Diode(1SS119-14 TD)
Capacitor(KME200VB-22 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-47 TC-04)
Capacitor(KME50VB-47 TC-04)
IC(AN1431T-TA)
IC(AN1431T-TA)
Capacitor(KME10VB-3300 TC-03)
Resistor(RDF14 TS 820J)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 22J)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 100J)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 1KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 1KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 1KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 1.8KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 3.9KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 4.7KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 10KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 15KJ)
Resistor(RDMF14 TS 100KJ)
Diode(AK04V0)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 0.22J)
Capacitor(DE0905-979R471K2K)
Capacitor(ECQ-B1H473KF4)
Capacitor(ECQ-B1H473KF4)
Fuse holder(EYF-52BCZ)
Diode(1GU42 TPA3)
Diode(1GU42 TPA3)
Diode(1GU42 TPA3)
Diode(1GU42 TPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(S5688GTPA3)
Diode(EG01CV0)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 10J)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 2.2J)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 2.2J)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 4.7KJ)
Resistor(RSMF12TS 180J)
Terminal(TP00448-41)
Transister(2SA1625-T HFE=M:L)
Capacitor(DE1007-486E222M-KH)
Capacitor(DE1007-486E222M-KH)
Capacitor(DE0605-979SL470J2K)
Capacitor(DE1207-486E332M-KH)
Resistor(RSPF12TS 470KJ)
Resistor(RSPF12TS 150KJ)
Rectifier(D2SB60)
Diode(RL2Z LF-A1)
Transister(2SA1400 HFE=K)
Fuse(51S040L AC125V 4A)
Reactle(LF-4D-E822)
Photo coupler(TLP747J(D4) 0884)
Transister(2SC4130-O.Y)
Fin(ST-S 20G PT1 15X35X10)
Photo coupler(PC123FY2)
Photo coupler(PC123FY2)
Capacitor(DD104-63CH470J50)
Regurator(UPC29M33HF)
Capacitor(ECQU2A104ML P=15.0MM)
Capacitor(ECQU2A224ML P=15.0MM)
Capacitor(HU4 2D 331MRXS3SS DIA22X30L)
Connector(B04B-XASK-1-A)
Terminal(85163 #250)

[D36]
[C37]
[C20]
[C34]
[C15]
[C35]
[C56]
[Q6]
[Q4]
[Q3]
[C21]
[D64]
[D65]
[C48]
[C18]
[C42]
[Z7]
[Z8]
[C32]
[R9]
[R60]
[R82]
[RX1]
[RX5]
[RX6]
[R89]
[R58]
[R49]
[R53]
[R45]
[R55]
[D14]
[R84]
[C11]
[C12]
[C16]
[F1**]
[D7]
[D9]
[D13]
[D43]
[D1]
[D3]
[D8]
[D20]
[D21]
[D22]
[D23]
[D48]
[D52]
[R32]
[R50]
[R86]
[R87]
[R61]
[4]
[Q8]
[C2]
[C3]
[C7]
[C8]
[R1]
[R90]
[RC1]
[D38]
[Q10]
[F1]
[L1]
[PC2]
[Q1]
[9]
[PC1]
[PC3]
[C38]
[Z4]
[C4]
[C1]
[C5]
[CN3]
[L]

5 FAX AC power supply unit


NO.

PARTS CODE

0FT33529090//
0FT33529090//
0FT33529090//
0FT33568266//
0FT33570163//
0FT33570163//
0FT33603762//
0FT33603789//
0FT33638361//
0FT33638361//
0FT35863281//
(Unit)
901 R D E N C 0 0 0 4 F C Z 1
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195

PRICE NEW
RANK MARK
AP
AP
AP
BA
AF
AF
BB
BF
BC
BC
BF
BZ

PART
RANK
C
C
C
B
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
E

DESCRIPTION
Terminal(85163 #250)
Terminal(85163 #250)
Terminal(85163 #250)
Relay(SDT-S-112LMR)
Resistor(RSPF1B 150KJ)
Resistor(RSPF1B 150KJ)
IC(PQ12RF1)
Transformer(CXM41100-505)
Relay(G2R-1A-E-TV8-ASI DC12V)
Relay(G2R-1A-E-TV8-ASI DC12V)
Transformer(EXT43420-635C)
FAX AC power supply unit

[L1F]
[N]
[N1F]
[RL3]
[R24]
[R25]
[Z3]
[T1]
[RL1]
[RL2]
[T2]

Index

PARTS CODE
[C]
CPLTM5788FCF1
CPWBN1619FCE2
"
CPWBX1618FCE2
"
[D]
DHAI-3207FC11
DHAI-3444FCZZ
DHAI-3657FCZZ
DUNT-7136FCA1
[G]
GCAB-0946FCZ3
GCAB-0947FCZZ
[L]
LBNDJ0020FCZZ
LBSHZ1001ACZZ
LBSHZ2050SCZZ
LFIX-0560FCZZ
LFIX-0567FCZZ
LHLDW1499FCZZ
LHLDZ1493FCZZ
LHLDZ1494FCZZ
LPLTM5787FCZZ
LPLTM5788FCZZ
LPLTM5789FCZZ
LPLTM5892FCZZ
LPLTM6075FCZ2
LPLTM6108FCZ1
LSUPP0076FCZZ
LSUPP0118FCZZ
LX-BZ0938FCZZ
LX-BZ0962FCZ1
LX-WZ0443FCZZ
[N]
NSFTZ2738FCZZ
[P]
PCOVP1564FCZZ
PSHEZ4879FCZZ
[Q]
QCNCM1069ACZZ
QCNCM7014SC0B
QCNCM7014SC0C
QCNCW1155FCZZ
"
QCNW-0210FCZZ
QCNW-7197XCZZ
QJAKT0001FCZZ
QJAKT0002FCZZ
QSOCN0082FCZZ
QSOCZ0094FCPZ
QSW-C9295QCZZ
[R]
RCILZ0089FCZZ
RC-KZ0008QCZZ
"
RC-KZ102BRC2H
RCORF0046FCZZ
RCORF1072ACZZ
RCRSP0069FCZZ
RDENC0004FCZ1
"
RFILN0047FCZZ
"
RFILN2011SCZZ
RFILZ1042LCZZ
RMPTR4470ACZZ
RRLYD1211QCZZ
RR-WZ0418FCZZ
RTRNZ0008QSZZ
RTRNZ0009QSZZ
[S]
SPAK-546ECCZZ
SPAKA0559QSZZ
SPAKA5824FCZZ
SSAKA0006UCZZ
SSAKA3001CCZZ
SSAKA3640QCZZ

PARTS CODE
NO.

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

1- 501
1- 34
4- 901
1- 36
3- 901

BR
BM
BM
CB
CB

N
N
N
N
N

1- 25
1- 26
1- 5
1- 31

AG
AN
AS
AN

1- 27
1- 2

AZ
AT

D
D

2111111111111211121-

16
12
16
23
4
19
6
3
35
14
30
22
28
18
20
18
43
15
17

AA
AB
AB
AF
AD
AC
AF
AF
AQ
AP
AF
AD
AS
AF
AA
AB
AC
AF
AB

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

2- 19

AD

1- 1
1- 33

AF
AH

D
C

3- 1
3- 2
3- 3
3- 4
4- 1
1- 37
2- 12
4- 2
4- 3
3- 5
3- 6
1- 15

AD
AD
AA
AE
AE
AE
AH
AD
AE
AP
AL
AL

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B

4- 9
3- 7
4- 10
4- 11
2- 13
3- 8
3- 9
1- 11
5- 901
3- 12
4- 12
4- 13
3- 13
3- 14
4- 14
4- 16
4- 17
4- 18

AG
AB
AB
AC
AH
AB
AG
BZ
BZ
AC
AC
AC
AC
AB
AH
AF
AT
AQ

C
C
C
C
C
C
B
E
E
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B

2- 2
2- 5
2- 9
2- 17
2- 14
2- 1

AB
AD
AF
AA
AA
AB

N
N

E
E
E
E
E
C
C
C
E

D
D
D
D
D
D

[T]
TCADZ1676FCZZ
TINSE2772FCZZ
TINSE2932FCZZ
[V]
VCCCCZ1EH151J
VCCCCZ1EH221J
VCCCCZ1HH100D
VCCCCZ1HH101J
"
VCEASM1CM106M
VCEASM1EM107M
VCFYDA1HA104J
VCFYDA1HA105J
VCFYJU2EA105K
VCKYCZ1AB683K
VCKYCZ1AF224Z
VCKYCZ1CB103K
VCKYCZ1CF104Z
VCKYCZ1EB472K
VCKYCZ1HB102K
"
VCKYCZ1HB222K
VCKYCZ1HB471K
"
VCKYCZ1HB681K
VHD10DDA40+-1
VHD1SS133//-1
VHD1SS355//-1
VHDRB751V40-1
VHDS1ZB60//-1
VHEHZS2C1//-1
VHEMTZJ33B+-1
VHEMTZJ4R7B-1
VHEMTZJ8.2B-1
VHI28F082L30F
VHI74LCX04FT1
VHI74LCX74T-1
VHIBU4066BCF1
VHICAT24W02-1
VHILM1117M3-1
VHIMAX3225E-1
VHIN195006E-1
VHINJM2113M-1
VHINJM4558MF1
"
VHINJM78L05A1
VHIPST591CMT1
VHISD4M16L1-1
VHISH770910-1
VHITD62503F/VHIUPD659461C
VHPPC814X1+-1
VHPSLR322VC3F
VHVDSS-401M//
VHVTNR5V101K/
VHVTNR5V471K/
VRD-HT2EY100J
VRD-HT2EY104J
VRD-HT2EY124J
VRD-HT2EY183J
VRD-HT2EY202J
VRD-HT2EY224J
VRD-HT2EY300J
VRD-HT2EY302J
VRD-HT2EY303J
VRD-HT2EY513J
VRD-HT2EY751J
VRD-HT2EY910J
VRS-CZ1JD000J
"
VRS-CZ1JD101J
VRS-CZ1JD102J
"
VRS-CZ1JD103J
"
VRS-CZ1JD104J
VRS-CZ1JD113F
VRS-CZ1JD113J
VRS-CZ1JD122J
VRS-CZ1JD123J

10

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

NO.
222-

7
8
8

AU
BD
BC

3433433334433333433434433444441334333333433333343444444444444434343343434433-

15
19
16
17
20
18
19
23
24
21
22
25
26
27
28
29
23
30
31
24
32
25
26
33
34
27
28
29
30
31
38
37
38
33
39
41
42
43
44
45
34
46
48
49
50
54
59
35
60
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
61
49
62
50
63
64
51
65
52
66
53
54
67
68

AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AD
AC
AE
AE
AB
AC
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AD
AC
AB
AC
AC
AB
BA
AE
AG
AD
AG
AH
AT
BK
AG
AE
AE
AD
AE
AZ
BH
AG
BA
AD
AC
AH
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

N
N

D
D
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
E
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

PARTS CODE
VRS-CZ1JD153J
VRS-CZ1JD154F
VRS-CZ1JD183J
"
VRS-CZ1JD203J
VRS-CZ1JD220J
VRS-CZ1JD222J
VRS-CZ1JD223F
VRS-CZ1JD223J
VRS-CZ1JD272J
"
VRS-CZ1JD273J
"
VRS-CZ1JD302J
VRS-CZ1JD330J
VRS-CZ1JD332J
VRS-CZ1JD333J
VRS-CZ1JD363F
VRS-CZ1JD363J
VRS-CZ1JD364J
VRS-CZ1JD393J
VRS-CZ1JD470J
VRS-CZ1JD471J
VRS-CZ1JD472J
VRS-CZ1JD473J
VRS-CZ1JD510J
VRS-CZ1JD512F
VRS-CZ1JD513J
VRS-CZ1JD560J
VRS-CZ1JD563F
VRS-CZ1JD621F
VRS-CZ1JD621J
VRS-CZ1JD682J
VRS-CZ1JD683J
VRS-CZ1JD912J
VRS-CZ1JD913J
VRS-RA3AA153J
VS2SA1577Q/RC
VS2SA1807-P-1
VS2SC2412KS-1
VS2SC3415-P-1
VS2SD1266A0-1
VS2SD592A//-1
VS2SD592A-S-1
VSDTA114EUA-1
VSDTC143ZKA-1
VSDTC143ZUA-1
[X]
XBPSD30P08KS0
XBPSD40P06K00
XBPSD40P40XS0
XBPSE26P08000
XEBSE30P10000
XEBSE30P12000
XHBSE30P06000
XHBSE40P05000
XHBSE40P10000
XWHSE30-05080
[0]
0FT23040224//
0FT23042251//
0FT23075095//
0FT23095657//
"
"
"
0FT23124819//
0FT23124827//
0FT23194310//
0FT23204782//
0FT23204790//
"
0FT23241823//
0FT23259382//
0FT23259420//
0FT23259447//
0FT23259498//
"
"
0FT23287629//
0FT23287637//

NO.

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

43343334434343343334333333433344333343444434343-

55
69
70
56
71
72
73
57
58
74
59
75
60
76
77
61
78
79
80
62
81
82
83
84
85
86
64
87
88
89
66
67
90
91
93
94
68
95
69
70
71
72
96
73
97
74
98

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AC
AE
AB
AP
AF
AE
AK
AC
AC
AC

1111111121-

21
9
10
42
8
7
13
32
20
44

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

5- 1
5- 2
5- 3
5- 96
5- 97
5- 98
5- 99
5- 100
5- 101
5- 4
5- 102
5- 103
5- 104
5- 105
5- 106
5- 107
5- 108
5- 109
5- 110
5- 111
5- 112
5- 113

AD
AP
AP
AF
AF
AF
AF
AK
AF
AU
AP
AP
AP
AP
AP
AP
AK
AK
AK
AK
AK
AP

C
C
C
B
B
B
B
C
C
B
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

PARTS CODE
0FT23287696//
0FT23287823//
0FT23314081//
0FT23319431//
"
0FT23326101//
0FT23329089//
"
0FT23379450//
"
0FT23394395//
0FT23414892//
0FT23415341//
0FT23415430//
0FT23415570//
"
"
0FT23415600//
0FT23415643//
0FT23415651//
0FT23415716//
0FT23415740//
0FT23415899//
0FT23423816//
0FT23429199//
0FT23432963//
0FT23462226//
"
0FT23462234//
"
"
"
0FT23462250//
"
"
"
"
0FT23462269//
"
"
0FT23462293//
0FT23463362//
0FT23484661//
0FT23485706//
0FT23486796//
0FT23486850//
"
0FT23536106//
"
"
0FT23538850//
"
0FT23538885//
0FT23538915//
0FT23538923//
0FT23538974//
0FT23538982//
0FT23541509//
0FT23543641//
0FT23546047//
"
0FT23549119//
"
"
"
"
"
"
0FT23551148//
0FT23551377//
0FT23557111//
0FT23559467//
0FT23562328//
0FT23562379//
"
0FT23562549//
0FT23562700//
"
0FT23562727//
0FT23562816//
"

11

NO.
5- 114
5- 115
5- 5
5- 116
5- 117
5- 118
5- 119
5- 120
5- 121
5- 122
5- 123
5- 124
5- 125
5- 126
5- 127
5- 128
5- 129
5- 130
5- 131
5- 132
5- 133
5- 134
5- 135
5- 7
5- 136
5- 8
5- 33
5- 34
5- 35
5- 36
5- 37
5- 38
5- 39
5- 40
5- 41
5- 42
5- 43
5- 44
5- 45
5- 46
5- 47
5- 48
5- 137
5- 9
5- 138
5- 139
5- 140
5- 49
5- 50
5- 51
5- 52
5- 53
5- 54
5- 55
5- 56
5- 57
5- 58
5- 59
5- 141
5- 60
5- 61
5- 62
5- 63
5- 64
5- 65
5- 66
5- 67
5- 68
5- 69
5- 70
5- 71
5- 10
5- 11
5- 12
5- 13
5- 14
5- 15
5- 16
5- 17
5- 18
5- 19

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

AP
AK
AU
AF
AF
AU
AK
AK
AU
AU
AU
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AC
AK
AC
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AK
AK
AK
AK
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AK
AK
AD
AD
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AK
AK
AD
AR
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AC

B
C
B
B
B
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
C
B
C
C
C
C
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CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT


(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering.
Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer's instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi rjht,jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
ll y a danger d'explosion s'il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
mme type on d'un type quivalent recommand par
le constructeur.
Mettre au rbut les batteries usages conformment aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)

VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Anvnd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekornmenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera anvnt batteri enligt fabrikantens
Instruktion.

(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien drfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anwerisugen.

CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL


(For USA,CANADA)
"BATTERY DISPOSAL"
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM PRIMARY
(MANGANESS DIOXIDE) MEMORY BACK-UP BATTERY
THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. REMOVE THE
BATTERY FROM THE PRODUCT AND CONTACT YOUR
LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION
ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS.
"TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGES"
CE PRODUIT CONTIENT UNE PILE DE SAUVEGARDE DE
MMOIRE LITHIUM PRIMAIRE (DIOXYDE DE MANGANESE)
QUI DOIT TRE TRAITE CORRECTEMENT. ENLEVEZ LA
PILE DU PRODUIT ET PRENEZ CONTACT AVEC VOTRE
AGENCE ENVIRONNEMENTALE LOCALE POUR DES
INFORMATIONS SUR LES MTHODES DE RECYCLAGE ET
DE TRAITEMENT.

CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT


(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering.
Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturers instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi rjht, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
Il y a danger dexplosion s il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
mme type ou dun type quivalent recommand par
le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)

VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Anvnd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera anvnt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.

(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien drfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.

CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL


(For USA, CANADA)
"BATTERY DISPOSAL"
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM PRIMARY
(MANGANESS DIOXIDE) MEMORY BACK-UP BATTERY
THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. REMOVE THE
BATTERY FROM THE PRODUCT AND CONTACT YOUR
LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION
ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS.
"TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGES"
CE PRODUIT CONTIENT UNE PILE DE SAUVEGARDE DE
MMOIRE LITHIUM PRIMAIRE (DIOXYDE DE MANGANSE)
QUI DOIT TRE TRAITE CORRECTEMENT. ENLEVEZ LA
PILE DU PRODUIT ET PRENEZ CONTACT AVEC VOTRE
AGENCE ENVIRONNEMENTALE LOCALE POUR DES
INFORMATIONS SUR LES MTHODES DE RECYCLAGE ET
DE TRAITEMENT.

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