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SERVICE MANUAL

SUBLIMATION TYPE RETRANSFER PRINTER

EDI secure
XID580i
Digital Identification Solutions Group of Companies
Teckstrasse 52, D-73734 Esslingen Germany
Phone : +49 711 341 689 - 0
Facsimile : +49 711 341 689 - 550

SPECIFICATIONS
Recording method : Sublimation type retransfer
Feed format
: Automatic feed
Recording density : 300 dpi
Expression gradation
: 256 gradations for each
color
Printing time
: Approx. 29 seconds (for
single-sided printing,
excluding data transfer
time)
Interface
: USB2.0 (standard)
Operating environment conditions
Temperature: 15C ~ 30C
Humidity: 35% ~ 70%
(no condensation)
Storage environment conditions
Temperature: -15C ~ 55C
Humidity: 20% ~ 80%
Power supply
: 100 120 V AC/
220 240 VAC
(allowance10%)
Current dissipation : 7.0A (for 100V system)/
5.0A (for 200V system)
Mass
: Standard 22.0kg
Excluding the built-in
magnetic encoder

: Power cable
For 120 V AC
x1
Dark gray (North America)
For 220 to 240 V AC
x1
(Europe)
Instruction manual
English
x1
* The detached power cords and the Instruction
manual vary according to model and country of
purchase.
Card stacker
1
Ink ribbon cassette
1
Retransfer film cassette
1
Jog lever (contained in the
card tray)
1

Accessories

CX21ICL Series (Large-type IC unit)


Power supply
: Fed from the printer.
5V5% DC, 12V5% DC, 24V5%
DC
Current dissipation : 500mA, 300mA, 1A
Mass
: 3.5kg
Dimension (mm)
: 110(W) 221(D) 255(H)
Accessories
: Joint plate 1
Inter-unit cable 1
CX21ICS Series (Small-type IC unit)
Power supply
: Fed from the printer.
Mass
: 0.5kg
Dimension (mm)
: 50(W) 152(D) 115(H)
Accessories
: Screw (with washer) 3
Screw (without washer) 2
Products sold separately
: Ink ribon, retransfer film : Cleaning card
1,000 frames/set
10 card /set
Model : CY-P340A
Model : CX210-CC1
: Laminator Unit :
Model : ILU
: Card tray
When setting paper feeding feature on the right
Model: CF-3NTR
: Hand gloves M Size (U105-M)
L Size (U105-L)

KAS-T099-002
May 2006

CONTENTS
 IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
 INSTRUCTIONS

MODEL NAME ................................................................................. 1


1. Detailed specifications .................................................................... 1

HOW TO CONNECT SEPARATELY SOLD PARTS .................. 2


1. Connecting the Small IC Unit .......................................................... 2
2. Connection of the Magnetic/Contact-type IC Encoder .................... 3
3. Connecting card tray ....................................................................... 4

BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................... 5


1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................................... 5
2. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF PRIMARY SIDE OF POWERUNIT ............. 6
3. INTERLOCK SW BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................. 7
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE FPGA CIRCUMFERENCE
ON A CPU BOARD ................................................................... 8

WIRING DIAGRAM ....................................................................... 9


Main Parts Layout .......................................................................... 10
1. Sensor-related ............................................................................... 10
2. Related to Thermal Head and Rollers ........................................... 10
3. Motor-related ................................................................................. 11
4. Solenoid-RELATED ....................................................................... 11
5. Switch-related ............................................................................... 12
6. Related to Circuit Boards, Power Supply Unit, and Fans .............. 12
7. RF-ID ............................................................................................. 14

REMOVAL AND EXCHANGE OF THE MAIN PARTS ............ 15


1. CHECKING AT THE TIME OF SERVICING .................................. 15
1.1 REMOVE THE TOP COVER AND THE REAR PANEL. .......... 15
1.2 REMOVE THE MG CIRCUIT BOARD. .................................... 15
1.3 SWING DOWN THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT. ........................ 16
2. REMOVAL AND EXCHANGE OF THE MAIN PARTS ................... 16
2.1 REMOVAL OF THE HEAT ROLLER ....................................... 16
2.1.1 Removal of the Bend Remedy Roller ............................... 16
2.1.2 Removal of the Heat Roller .............................................. 16
2.2 REMOVAL OF THE CAM MOTOR .......................................... 17
2.2.1 Installation of the Cam Motor ........................................... 18
2.3 REMOVAL OF THE RETRANSFER FILM SUPPLY
MOTOR ............................................................................ 18
2.3.1 Installation of the Retransfer Film Supply Motor ............... 19
2.4 REMOVAL OF THE RETRANSFER FILM TAKE UP
FILM WINDING MOTOR .................................................. 20
2.5 REMOVAL OF THE CARD FEED MOTOR ............................. 20
2.5.1 Installation of the Card Feed Motor .................................. 20
2.6 REMOVAL OF THE INK SUPPLY MOTOR AND
THE INK TAKE-UP MOTOR ............................................. 21
2.7 REMOVAL OF THE TURNOVER MOTOR AND
THE TURNOVER CARD FEED MOTOR .......................... 21
2.8 REMOVAL OF THE CARD PICKUP MOTOR ......................... 21
2.9 REMOVAL OF THE FRONT PANEL ....................................... 21
2.10 REMOVAL OF THE PLATEN SOLENOID ............................ 22

2.10.1 Installation of the Platen Solenoid .................................. 22


2.11 REMOVAL OF THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT ........................ 22
2.12 REMOVAL OF SENSORS AND SWITCHES ....................... 23
2.12.1 Removal of the Cam Sensor .......................................... 23
2.12.2 Removal of the Card Outlet Sensor ............................... 23
2.12.3 Removal of the Ink Encoder Circuit Board ..................... 23
2.12.4 Removal of the External Unit Power Circuit Board ........ 23
2.12.5 Removal of the Turnover Initial Position sensor ............. 24
2.12.6 Removal of the Card Near-empty Sensor ...................... 24
2.12.7 Removal of the No Card Sensor .................................... 24
2.12.8 Removal of the Retransfer roller/
Remedial Roller Sensor ....................................... 24
2.12.9 Removal of the Retransfer Film Mark/Ink Start Position
Sensor Circuit Board and the Card Edge Sensor ... 25
2.12.10 Removal of the C.L. Interlock Circuit Board and
the Card Supply Sensor ....................................... 25
2.12.11 Removal of the Door Interlock Circuit Board .............. 26
2.12.12 Removal of the Cassette Interlock Circuit Board ....... 26
2.12.13 Removal of the Card Tray Interlock Circuit Board ...... 27
2.12.14 Removal of the Turnover Card Sensor
Circuit Board ........................................................ 27
2.13 REMOVAL OF THE TURNOVER UNIT ................................ 27
2.14 FAN REMOVAL .................................................................... 28
2.14.1 Removal of the Thermal Head Cooling Fan ................... 28
2.14.2 Removal of the Suction Fan ........................................... 28
2.14.3 Removal of the Card Cooling Fan .................................. 28
2.14.4 Removal of the Ventilation Fan ....................................... 29
2.15 ROLLER REMOVAL ............................................................. 30
2.15.1 Feed Roller Removal ..................................................... 30
2.15.2 Platen Roller Assy Removal .......................................... 31
2.16 CIRCUIT BOARD REMOVAL ............................................... 32
2.16.1 Removal of the Main Circuit Board ................................ 32
2.17 Thermal Head Exchange Method ......................................... 33

USE OF SERVICE MODE ........................................................... 35


1. Entry into Service Mode ................................................................ 35
2. Explanation of the Various Modes ................................................. 37
2.1 Download ................................................................................ 37
2.2 Maintenance ........................................................................... 37
2.2.1 Offset Prt Y Setting ........................................................... 37
2.2.2 Offset Prt X Setting ........................................................... 37
2.2.3 Offset Trf X Setting ........................................................... 38
2.2.4 Card Stop Position Setting (Offset Card X) ...................... 38
2.2.5 Default LUT Setting .......................................................... 38
2.2.6 Device Type Setting .......................................................... 38
2.2.7 Card Fan Setting .............................................................. 38
2.2.8 TUR Response Setting ..................................................... 38
2.2.9 Compatible Mode Setting ................................................. 38
2.2.10 Setting of the ink sensor level ........................................ 38
2.3 Off-line Test ............................................................................. 39
2.3.1 Pattern setting .................................................................. 39
2.3.2 Printing Side ..................................................................... 40

2.3.3 Times ................................................................................ 40


2.3.4 Test Select ........................................................................ 40
2.4 Diag. Test ................................................................................ 40
2.4.1 Sensor .............................................................................. 40
2.4.2 Actuator ............................................................................ 40
2.4.3 Memory ............................................................................ 41
2.4.4 SIO ................................................................................... 41
2.4.5 Display .............................................................................. 41
2.4.6 Back Color ........................................................................ 41
2.4.7 Buzzer .............................................................................. 41
2.4.8 Registers .......................................................................... 41
2.5 Information .............................................................................. 41
2.6 Parameter Push and Pop ........................................................ 41

LARGE IC UNIT .................................................................... 73


1. Removal of Each Part ................................................................... 73
1.1 Removal of the Top Cover ....................................................... 73
1.2 Removal of the Front Panel .................................................... 73
1.3 Removal of the Mechanical Unit ............................................. 73
1.4 Removal of the IC Main Circuit Board ..................................... 73
1.5 Others ..................................................................................... 73
2. Block Diagram ............................................................................... 74
3. DIP Switch Specifications ............................................................. 75
3.1 Specifications .......................................................................... 75
3.2 IC Card Stop Position Adjustment .......................................... 75
4. Error Messages ............................................................................. 76
5. Specifications of Connector on the IC Main Board ....................... 77

OPERATION OF THE MECHANISM ......................................... 42


1. Single-side Printing ....................................................................... 42
2. Double-side Printing ...................................................................... 42
3. Initial Operation ............................................................................. 42
4. Card Supply and Card Feed .......................................................... 43
5. Printing Operation ......................................................................... 45
6. Retransfer Operation ..................................................................... 47
7. Operation in Case of Peeling with Return in Direction Towards
the Turnover Unit ..................................................................... 49
8. Operation of the Turnover Unit ...................................................... 50
9. Others ........................................................................................... 51
9.1 Position Relation with Ink Ribbon and Retransfer Film ........... 51
9.2 Ink Ribbon and Retransfer Film End Treatment ...................... 51

TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................. 52
1. LCD Error Code Correspondence ................................................. 52
2. Printing Defects and Countermeasures ........................................ 57
3. Power Supply Check ..................................................................... 61

MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS ................................................ 62


1. Cleaning ........................................................................................ 62
2. Lubrication ..................................................................................... 62
3. Maintenance Inspections for Main Parts and
Execution Standard ................................................................. 62
4. Periodic Inspection Items .............................................................. 63
5. Trouble Diagnosis Sheet ............................................................... 64

ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................... 65
1. Layout of the adjustment elements ............................................... 65
2. Adjustment .................................................................................... 65
3. Caution Items for the Time of Exchange of
the CPU Circuit Board ............................................................ 65

MG ENCODING UNIT .................................................................. 66


1. MG Encoding Specifications ......................................................... 66
1.1 Magnetic Encoder Specifications ............................................ 66
1.2 General Equipment Specifications .......................................... 66
2. Block Diagram ............................................................................... 67
2.1 MG Unit Block Diagram .......................................................... 67
2.2 Connection Diagram ............................................................... 68
3. MG Encoding Unit Exchange Method ........................................... 69
3.1 Repair Classification ............................................................... 69
3.2 Exchange Method ................................................................... 69
3.3 DIP Switch Specifications ....................................................... 71
3.4 MG-related Error Messages ................................................... 72

EXPLODED VIEW AND ASSEMBLY LISTS ............................ 78


 HOPPER ASSEMBLY1/2 2/2 ................................................... 79
 FRAME ASSEMBLY1/7 7/7 ..................................................... 81
 PLATEN ASSEMBLY1/1 ............................................................... 88
 PICK UP MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/1 ................................................ 89
 FEED MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/1 ..................................................... 90
 MEDIA W MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/1 ............................................... 91
 MEDIA S MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/2 2/2 ..................................... 92
 INK S&W MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/1 ............................................... 94
 HEATER CAM MTR ASSEMBLY1/1 ............................................. 95
 TURN MOTOR ASSEMBLY1/1 ..................................................... 96
 TURN UNIT ASSEMBLY1/1 ......................................................... 97
 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY1/12 12/12 ...................................... 98
 FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY1/2 2/2 ....................................... 109
 PR COMMON ASSEMBLY1/4 4/4 ......................................... 111
 FINAL ASSEMBLY1/14 14/14 ................................................ 115

Important Safety Precautions


Prior to shipment from the factory, VDS products are strictly inspected to conform with the recognized product safety and electrical codes of the
countries in which they are to be sold. However, in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally important to implement the following precautions
when a set is being serviced.

Precautions during Servicing

12. Crimp type wire connector


In such cases as when replacing the power transformer in sets
where the connections between the power cord and power transformer primary lead wires are performed using crimp type connectors, if replacing the connectors is unavoidable, in order to prevent
safety hazards, perform carefully and precisely according to the
following steps.

1. Locations requiring special caution are denoted by labels and inscriptions on the cabinet, chassis and certain parts of the product.
When performing service, be sure to read and comply with these
and other cautionary notices appearing in the operation and service manuals.
2. Parts identified by the ! symbol and shaded (
) parts are
critical for safety.
Replace only with specified part numbers.
Note: Parts in this category also include those specified to comply with X-ray emission standards for products using
cathode ray tubes and those specified for compliance
with various regulations regarding spurious radiation
emission.

1) Connector part number : E03830-001


2) Required tool : Connector crimping tool of the proper type which
will not damage insulated parts.
3) Replacement procedure
(1) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at a point
close to the connector.
Important : Do not reuse a connector (discard it).

3. Fuse replacement caution notice.


Caution for continued protection against fire hazard.
Replace only with same type and rated fuse(s) as specified.
4. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially:
1) Wires covered with PVC tubing
2) Double insulated wires
3) High voltage leads

cut close to connector


Fig.3

5. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts. Note


especially:
1) Insulation Tape
3) Spacers
5) Barrier
2) PVC tubing
4) Insulation sheets for transistors

(2) Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the ends of the


wires. If the wires are stranded, twist the strands to avoid
frayed conductors.
15 mm

6. When replacing AC primary side components (transformers, power


cords, noise blocking capacitors, etc.) wrap ends of wires securely
about the terminals before soldering.

Fig.4
(3) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected. Insert the
wires fully into the connector.
Fig.1

Metal sleeve

7. Observe that wires do not contact heat producing parts (heatsinks,


oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.)
Connector

8. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp edged or pointed


parts.

Fig.5

9. When a power cord has been replaced, check that 10-15 kg of


force in any direction will not loosen it.

(4) As shown in Fig.6, use the crimping tool to crimp the metal
sleeve at the center position. Be sure to crimp fully to the
complete closure of the tool.

Power cord
Crimping tool

1.2
5
2.0
5.5

Fig.6

Fig.2

(5) Check the four points noted in Fig.7.

10. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.


11. Products using cathode ray tubes (CRTs)
In regard to such products, the cathode ray tubes themselves, the
high voltage circuits, and related circuits are specified for compliance with recognized codes pertaining to X-ray emission.
Consequently, when servicing these products, replace the cathode ray tubes and other parts with only the specified parts. Under
no circumstances attempt to modify these circuits.
Unauthorized modification can increase the high voltage value and
cause X-ray emission from the cathode ray tube.

Crimped at approx. center


of metal sleeve

Not easily pulled free

Conductors extended
Wire insulation recessed
more than 4 mm
Fig.7

S40888-01

Safety Check after Servicing

Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and wires have been returned
to original positions, Afterwards, perform the following tests and confirm the specified values in order to verify compliance with safety
standards.

1. Insulation resistance test


Confirm the specified insulation resistance or greater between power cord plug prongs and externally exposed parts of the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output
terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.). See table 1 below.
2. Dielectric strength test
Confirm specified dielectric strength or greater between power cord plug prongs and exposed accessible parts of the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output terminals,
microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.). See table 1 below.
3. Clearance distance
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm specified clearance distance (d), (d) between soldered terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. See table 1
below.

Fig. 8
4. Leakage current test
Confirm specified or lower leakage current between earth ground/power cord plug prongs and
externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and
output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.).
Measuring Method : (Power ON)
Insert load Z between earth ground/power cord plug prongs and externally exposed accessible
parts. Use an AC voltmeter to measure across both terminals of load Z. See figure 9 and following
table 2.

Externally
exposed
accessible part

b
c

Fig. 9
5. Grounding (Class 1 model only)
Confirm specified or lower grounding impedance between earth pin in AC inlet and externally exposed accessible parts (Video in, Video out,
Audio in, Audio out or Fixing screw etc.).
Measuring Method:
Connect milli ohm meter between earth pin in AC inlet and exposed accessible parts. See figure 10 and grounding specifications.

Fig. 10

AC Line Voltage
100 V
100 to 240 V
110 to 130 V
110 to 130 V
200 to 240 V

Region

Insulation Resistance (R)


R 1 M/500 V DC

Japan
USA & Canada
Europe & Australia

1 M R 12 M/500 V DC
R 10 M/500 V DC

Dielectric Strength
AC 1 kV 1 minute
AC 1.5 kV 1 miute
AC 1 kV 1 minute
AC 3 kV 1 minute
(Class 2)
AC 1.5 kV 1 minute
(Class 1)

Clearance Distance (d), (d')


d, d' 3 mm
d, d' 4 mm
d, d' 3.2 mm
d 4 mm
d' 8 mm (Power cord)
d' 6 mm (Primary wire)

Table 1 Specifications for each region

Table 2 Leakage current specifications for each region


Note: These tables are unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values for your particular country and locality.

II

S40888-01

MODEL NAME
The letters and numbers following the model name are used to differentiate between destinations and specifications.

Model name: XID580i - #


1. Detailed specifications
# Portion Internal option
Nil ......... No option (Standard model)
B ........... Equipped with ISO magnetic encorder / IC contact

HOW TO CONNECT SEPARATELY SOLD PARTS


1. Connecting the Small-type IC Unit
1. Remove the cover on the side of the printer.
Remove the screw, and then raise the cover to remove it.

2. Connect the connector.


Please note that the connector has directionality.

3. Install the unit with three screws.


Install the screws so that the cable of the connector
is not caught.

Pass the cable through the notch.

Screw with washer


(provided)

4. Install the cover with two screws.


Screw
(provided)

2. Connection of the Magnetic/Contact-type IC Encoder


When the separately sold magnetic/contact-type IC encoder is to be connected to a standard printer, connect it according to the following procedure.
For details in regard to the removal method for each part, refer to Removal and exchange of the Main Parts.
1) Remove the top cover.
2) Swing down the power supply.
3) Remove the front panel.
4) Install the magnetic unit. Fix with three black screws 8 at the front and four black screws 8 at the rear.
5) Install the bracket fixing the MG circuit board with four screws 6.
6
Pass the wires of
power switch.
CN3

13

KWS0744-001

x6
J10

9
14

Explanation drawing 1

KWS0767-002
J14

15

CN12

KWS0768-001

11
KWR17110-001

8
J10

Clamp

J14

Clamp

J14
J10
J10
KWR18416-001

12
8
J9

Clamp

8
1
(TFA0023)

(TSA0141)

Explanation drawing 1 G.NO.004

CLAMP

Explanation
drawing 2

6
MG PWB SA

3pin

Explanation
drawing 1

J1

J8
J4
CLAMP

Make the cable routed


away from the rail

J5
J3

J7

Explanation
drawing 2
CLAMP

3. Connecting card tray


Upon issuing the card using paper feeding feature on the right, as the NG cards transported to the printer will be ejected,
replace the standard hopper unit with an optional card tray.
Mount the card tray according to the following procedures:
1. Pull out the standard hopper unit diagonally upwards.
2. Insert the optional card tray diagonally downwards.
(Note: The cleaning roller should be left as it is.)

3. Enter the service mode of the printer main unit, select Card Loading under the maintenance items and switch from
standard to Right Side.
4. Settings other than this and operating procedures are dependent to the user system.
Note: If there are 10 cards accumulated continuously in the card tray, the printer will display Card Tray Full. Remove
the cards immediately.
5. Keep the removed hopper unit safely.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

USB
I/F

U7
CLK
DRIVER
X1
XTAL
66.67MHz

X1
XTAL
48MHz

U17
USB
chip

CPU BUS

U1
CPU

LEDX2
BUZZER
SWX6

U2
Serial to Parallel

LCD module
(16columX2line)

FRONT PWB
COLOR
LED

U1
DAConverter

DOOR INTERLOCK SW
CASSETTE INTERLOCK SW
CLEANING ROLLER INTERLOCK SW
CARD TRAY INTERLOCK SW

POWER
SUPPLY
UNIT

U5
SDRAM
64Mbit

MAIN PWB
U2
SDRAM
64Mbit

U19
INVERTER

U3
FLASH ROM
16Mbit

U14~16
BUFFER

U7
EEPROM
32Kbit

U2
RESET IC
(5V)

X2
XTAL
32MHz

U12
SDRAM
64Mbit

U5
FLASH ROM
16Mbit

U11
FPGA

U22,36~U39
BUFFER

DC-DC circuit
U10
U8
REGULATOR REGULATOR
(1.8 V)
(3.3V)
Q11
Q13
REGULATOR REGULATOR
(1.5V)
(A+5V)

DRIVE PWB
U7
STEP MOTOR DRIVER
U8
STEP MOTOR DRIVER
U11
STEP MOTOR DRIVER
U13
DC MOTOR DRIVER
U14
DC MOTOR DRIVER
U15
DC MOTOR DRIVER

CARD MOTOR

FILM MOTOR

CAM MOTOR

INK MOTOR

INK MOTOR

FILM MOTOR

FAN (PRINTER)

FAN (CARD)

FAN (THERMAL HEAD)

SENSORS

NO CARD
CARD IN
CARD (MG POSITION) (PWB)
(OPTION(MGIC))
CARD (TURN) (PWB)
TURN POSITION
EDJE (PWB)
CARD OUT (PWB)
CARD NEAR EMPTY
FILM MARK (PWB)
CAM POSITION
TR POSITION
RR POSITION
INK FG (PWB)
INK FG (MOTOR built-in)
FILM FG (MOTOR built-in)

FAN (PRINTER)
SOLENOID (PLATEN ROLLER)

Q5
TRANSISTOR
Q6
TRANSISTOR
Q7
TRANSISTOR
Q2

SOLENOID (IC CONTACT(OPTION))

TR THERMISTOR
RR THERMISTOR

THERMISTOR &
CONNECTOR (PWB)

THERMAL HEAD

HEAD
U1
EEPROM CONN
PWB
32Kbit

HEAD BLOCK
SENSORS

RF-ID UNIT

EXTERNALUNIT

HEATER PROTECTOR PWB

CARD MOTOR (PICK UP )

CARD MOTOR (TURN)

TURN MOTOR

Q3
TRANSISTOR
U9
STEP MOTOR DRIVER
U10
STEP MOTOR DRIVER
U16
DC MOTOR DRIVER

U13
ADConverter

U32,U33
COMPARATOR

MG/IC UNIT(OPTION)

EXTERNALUNIT

EXTERNALUNIT

2. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF PRIMARY SIDE OF POWERUNIT

HEATROLLER
(REMEDIAL)

HEATROLLER
(RETRANSFER)

THERMOSTAT

THERMISTOR
(to DRIVE PWB)
t

PHOTO
COUPLER

PHOTO
COUPLER

Primary

AC
VOLTAGE
DETECT

SSR1L
SSR2L
ON/OFF

THERMOSTAT

THERMISTOR
(to DRIVE PWB)

FAIL SIGNAL
(to DRIVE PWB)

ABNORMAL
CURRENT
DETECT

Secondary

CN2

HEATER PROTECTOR PWB

CN1

POWER
SWITCH

CN5

CN6

CN7

SSR2N
SSR2L

SSR

SSR

CN8
24V_RC

CN3
VTH

CN1
5V
12V

CN2
24V

(to ANALOG POWER PWB)

POWER
SUPPLY
UNIT

SSR1N
SSR1L
N(AC OUT)
L(AC OUT)
N(AC IN)
L(AC IN)

CN4
CONTROL
SIGNAL

3. INTERLOCK SW BLOCK DIAGRAM

Door SW (PWB)

Cassette SW (PWB)

Cleaning roller SW (PWB)

Card Tray SW (PWB)

J18

24V

U9
TURN MOTOR DRIVER
U10
CARD MOTOR DRIVER

MAIN PWB

J7

J6

J16

U16
PICK UP MOTOR DRIVER

DRIVE PWB

24V_RC

CN8

CN4

CN1
5V
12V

CN2
24V

POWER
SUPPLY
UNIT

CN3
Vth

24V_RC

Vth_RC

Specification of Interlock Switch

Turn Motor STOP


Card Motor STOP
Pick up Motor STOP

24V OFF

Cleaning roller SW (PWB) OPEN

Pick up Motor STOP

Door SW (PWB) OPEN


and
Cassette SW (PWB) OPEN

Card Tray SW (PWB) OPEN

4. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE FPGA CIRCUMFERENCE ON A MAIN BOARD


Flash
Memory

CPU

32bit CPU BUS


16bit
Data

SDRAM
4MWordx16bit

1
CPU I/F BLOCK

Motor
Solenoid
Control
Signals

MOTOR
CONTROL
BLOCK

AD
CONVERTER
CONTROL
BLOCK

2
4

4 56
PRINT BLOCK
(Temperature
correction,
Outline emphasis,
LUT)

9
HEATER
CONTROL
BLOCK
(The Heaters
are controlled
by each
temperature.)

TPH Control
Table(*2)
(Strobe)

16bit
Data

TPH
Temperature

Bend Remedial
Heater
Control Signal

Heater control
Table(*2)

7 8

Retransfer
Heater
Control Signal

2
SDRAM I/F BLOCK

Sensor input
Retransfer
Heater
Temperature
7
Bend Remedial
Heater
Temperature
8

Step Motor
Speed Up/Down
Table
(CPU generates
the table data.)

INTERNAL
CLOCK
GENERATOR

Tables for
Print Data
Correction(*2)

Data Processor

Work Memory
for PRINT BLOCK

Microcode
Memory(*1)
512Word x 16bit

Plane Memory
2MByte
TPH I/F BLOCK

INK Sensor
LED Driver

D/A
Interface

Line Buffer Memory


x2

Print Data
Strobe
Lutch

(*1)(*2)These data are copied


from Flash Memory.

Thermal Print Head

*FPGA =
Field Prgramble Gate Array

WIRING DIAGRAM

Cooling fan

CN1

AC

J9

AC

AC IN

CTL1

VTH DC5/12V

POWER SUPPLY
AC DC24V CTL2

J10

J1

DRIVE PWB

J2
J4
J3

CN6
Cleanning roller
interlock

J7 J6

J11

J12
DC Motor

DC
Motor

to J16
Step
Motor

Retransfer film
Take up motor

CN7
Card tray
interlock

IC FLAG

IC
CONTACT

Solenoid For
IC CONTACT

to J10

Cam motor

J8

to

J12 J16J14

J13 J15

J9
Step
Motor

Turnover feed
motor
Ink takeup
motor

F1

Ink supply motor

DC Motor

to J12

to J13

to J8

Turn over motor

Step
Motor

to J9

HEATER
PROTECTOR
PWB CN2 CN3

J8

AC

to J13

to
J16
DC Motor

Pick up motor

Step
Motor

Card feed
motor

Thermostat

XID580i BLOCK DIAGRAM

Card Cooling Fan

Retransfer film
supply motor

Step
Motor

to J8

Remedial
Heat roller

to J13

Retransfer
Heat roller

POWER
SWITCH
Thermostat

Cooling fan

CN3

T2

J17

J16

J18

T1

No card
sensor

Retranfer
film mark
sensor

Serial I/F

Retransfer
Heat Roller
Thermistor

to J15

Card outlet
sencer

CN1

Remedial
Heatroller
Positionning sensor

S2

Thermal Head
cooling fan

CN1 CN1

Thermal Head

HEAD PWB

S1

Remedial
Heat Roller
Thermistor

Retransfer
Heatroller
Positionning sensor

J14

USB I/F

J5

MAIN PWB
J9 J15

Platen
roller
solenoid

S3
Cam sensor

CN2

FRONT PWB

J2

Option1 I/F

J21

Option2 I/F

J22

J4

J10

75Encode

J1

Card position
210Encode

5V 12V

IC R/W

to J11

J7

CN1

J6

J8
J13
J12
J11
DC5/12V/24V

J24
J23

Head position3
Head position1
Head position2

OPTION
(MG/IC Block)

Step
Motor

MG Feed Motor

MG HEAD

CN8 CN9

CN4

Cassette
interlock

CN5

RF-ID PWB

CN301

Card edge
sensor

CN2

KWR16003-001

KWS0644-001

Card near
empty sensor

Door interlock

Turnover
initial position
sensor

CN3

Ink start
position
sensor

card supply sensor

Turnover
card sensor

CN201

INK FG
sensor

Main Parts Layout


1. Sensors
Ink FG sensor (encorder circuit board)

Retransfer film
mark sensor
(circuit board)
Ink start position
sensor (circuit board)
Retransfer roller
sensor
Turnover card
sensor (circuit board)
Card outlet
sensor
Turnover initial position
sensor

Bend remedial
roller sensor

Card supply sensor


No card
Cam sensor

Card edgesensor
(Circuit board)

Card near empty sensor

2. Thermal Head and Rollers

Platen roller

Turnover unit
Bend remedial roller
Retransfer roller

NG card
outlet roller

Thermal head
Card supply roller

10

3. Motors
Retransfer
film supply
motor
Ink take-up
motor

Retransfer
film take-up
motor

Ink supply
Motor

Turn over
motor

Cam motor

Turn over
feed motor

Card feed
motor

Card pick up motor

4. Solenoid

Platen Solenoid

Rear veiw

11

5. Switches
Door interlock
switch

Cassette interlock
switch

Cleanning roller
interlock switch
Card tray
interlock switch

6. Circuit Boards, Power Supply Unit, and Fans

Front PWB
Drive PWB

Power
supply unit

Heater protector
PWB

MAIN PWB

12

Ventilation fan

Ventilation fan

Thermal head
cooling fan

Card cooling fan

13

7. RF-ID

RF-ID unit

14

REMOVAL AND EXCHANGE OF THE MAIN PARTS


1. CHECKING AT THE TIME OF SERVICING
When confirming the symptoms, swing the power supply unit down as shown in the following figure and check the inside.

1.1 REMOVE THE TOP COVER AND THE


REAR PANEL.
1) Remove the filters on both sides of the top cover.
Caution: If they are not removed, the filters will be
damaged when the top cover is moved.
2) Remove the seven screws A and pull the top cover
to the rear to remove it.
3) Remove the screw B and take off the rear panel.
Filter

1.2 REMOVE THE MG CIRCUIT BOARD.


1) Remove the three screws A and the screw B.
2) After the power supply unit has been swung down,
use the screw B for provisional fixing, so that the
MG circuit board does not move.
Screw B

ScrewB

ScrewA

Screw A
15

1.3 SWING DOWN THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT.


1)
2)
3)
4)

Screw A

Thermostat wire

Remove the two screws B on both sides.


Loosen the four screws A on both sides.
Raise the power supply unit and swing it down.
Remove the thermostat cable from the clamper, raise
the power supply unit once, and then swing it down.

Power supply unit

Power connector

Thermistor wire

2.1.2 Removal of the Retransfer Roller

Screw B
Screw A

2. REMOVAL AND EXCHANGE


OF THE MAIN PARTS
2.1 REMOVAL OF THE HEAT ROLLER
CAUTION:
Immediately after the power has been switched OFF,
the retransfer roller and the bend remedial roller are
still hot.
Please perform the work after these rollers have
cooled down sufficiently, as otherwise burns may
be caused.

1) Disconnect the right side of the spring.


2) Remove the screw A and bring the sensor bracket
to free condition.
For installation, match the notches so that they engage.
3) Disconnect the junction connectors of the thermistor and the thermostat of the retransfer roller.
Remove the power connector.
4) Remove the two screws B and remove the roller by
pulling it slowly to the front.
Notch

Spring

1) Refer to section 2.2 and remove the cam motor.


2) Remove each roller individually.
2.1.1 Removal of the Bend Remedial Roller
1) Disconnect the junction connectors of the thermistor and the thermostat of the bend remedial roller.
Remove the power connector.
2) Remove the two screws A.
3) The bend remedial roller can be removed when the
roller is turned upwards and slowly pulled to the front.

16

Power connector

Screw B

Screw A

CAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND


CLEANING OF BOTH ROLLERS

2.2 REMOVAL OF THE CAM MOTOR


1) Remove the two screws A.
Please use a long screwdriver for the lower screw.
If the power supply unit is in the way, raise it once
and use the gap underneath to perform the work.
2) Remove the screw B from front side.
Refer to section 2.9 to remove the front panel.
3) Insert the screwdriver to the hole fixing the card cooling fan, and remove another screw B.
(Refer to section 2.14.3)
4) Disconnect the flat wire and the other cables.
5) Raise the bend remedial roller and pull out the motor, taking care that the motor bracket will not hit
circuit boards etc.

1) The oil bearing % is on the tip of the roller assembly.


Do not forget it at the time of installation and removal.
2) When installing a new roller, take care that it will not
hit the bracket.
3) AC 100 V is impressed to this heater. Use sufficient
care for the wire processing.
4) Do not turn the roller by hand. The thermistor may
become damaged when the roller is turned by hand.
Accordingly, when a roller is to be turned for
cleaning etc., do the turning while the bracket
on which the thermistor is installed has been
raised a little.

Screw B
(Front side)

screw B

Screw A
Clamp

17
17

18

KJJ46271-003

KJJ46271-003

QYSPSPD
4008N

B
T1
F1

Bend remedial roller

T2

(TSS0182)

15

(-010)

Clamp
(T2,H2)

T2

H2

Cam motor

15

Bearing

Clamp
(F1)

12

(-010)

KJJ46271
-003x2

1
(TSS0181)

T1

Thermistor bracket

P4

Pass the wires


behind the lever

Retransfer roller

Clamp
(P4)

H1

17
KJJ46271
-003x2

(TSS0189)

(FD M.MOTOR ASY)

17

Screw A

KJJ46271
-003x2

17

2.2.1 Installation of the Cam Motor


1) The gear of the cam motor has a phase. When it is
removed at the time of roller cleaning, exchange,
etc., it can be installed again in the same condition,
but setting in the following way should be done when
the cam gear is exchanged.
Apply grease to this side also

20

2.3 REMOVAL OF THE RETRANSFER FILM


SUPPLY MOTOR
1) Remove the ink ribbon and the retransfer film cassette.
2) Remove the bobbin holder 7 on the film supply side.
Perform the work while using your hand to prevent
that the E-ring drops down.

Apply grease to
this side also

Upper
side
14

QYREE4000X

Cam gear
Slit
Double gear

Apply grease to
this side also

Apply sufficient grease


to the hole for the shaft.

12
Install so that the slit of the
cam gear comes to the gear
edge of the double gear
when seen from above.

Gear setting method


20
Apply grease to a small
gear by one grain of rice.

Lower
side
Engage with
the cam gear.

QYREE4000X

Apply grease to this side also

10
Please use care, as the

13 installation orientation
can be mistaken easily.

Apply a sufficient quantity

Bobbin holder

20 of grease to the two


QYSPSPD3006Nx2

holes for the shaft.

17
6

Before installing the gear,


install it on the bracket.

3) Remove the drive circuit board.


Disengage the clampers and the connector.
Disengage the two clampers fixing the circuit board
and remove the circuit board by pulling it in diagonal
direction.

18

DRIVE PWB is attached after checking


that the wire passes along 3set in EDGE
SADDLE

Stepping motor SA
P4 Cam motor
(Front sensor)

2) When installing the cam motor, first insert the longest shaft into the hole while raising the bend remedial roller a little.
Next, insert the second shaft into its hole while turning the motor bracket a little. The bend remedial roller
will move down.
Finally, confirm that the projecting part is in the heater
lever hole.
At this time, raise the bend remedial roller by hand,
confirm that it is locked, and tighten the screws.
3) Check the cam movement as described in Service
mode "Diag. TEST cam motor".

J7

F2
P5

J6
(Tray interlock)

P3

P1

The relay connector confirms


and connects with number as
which the connector number
is same.

D3

D1

F3
D2
Clamp

J5

F1

DRIVE PWB SA

D4
P2
J7
P4

J6
J11
J5
F2

P5

(KWS0751-002)

D4

P3
(Door interlockSA)
Clampx3

(KWS0757-002)

D3

J11

D1 D2

F1
P1

P2

P4

4) Remove the tensioning spring @ .


(Refer to the figure on the lower part of next page.)
5) When the five screws &, ( are removed, the film
supply motor assembly can be removed.
(Refer to the figure on the lower part of next page.)
18

2.3.1 Installation of the Retransfer Film Supply Motor


1) When the motor has been disassembled or exchanged, first the belt @ tension must be adjusted.
2) After assembly has been performed, leave the screw
# tightened provisionally.
3) Turn the motor all the way in arrow direction and
tighten the screw # securely.

Tighten the screw B securely to turn the


motor in arrow direction to tighten the belt,
and then tighten the screw A securely.

QYSPSPD3006Nx2

Tighten provisionally.

13

7
11

F689ZZ

11

F689ZZ

15

QYSBST3006Nx2

80S2M224

14
10

8
15
80S2M224

4) When installing the motor assembly, the tension adjustment of another belt % is required.
5) Install the two screws &.
6) Tighten the four screws (, ) provisionally.
7) Hook the tension spring @.
8) Tighten the four screws securely.
9) Install the bobbin holder.

(TSS0187)

Retransfer film supply motor

11
19

(-007)

12

Clanp

20
Clanp
P3

17

19
QYSPSPD4008Nx3
Tighten provisionally.

QYSPSPD4008Nx2

Retransfer film take up motor

18

KJJ46271
-003x2

D3

19

2.4 REMOVAL OF THE RETRANSFER FILM


TAKE UP FILM WINDING MOTOR

Ink supply motor


Ink take-up motor

With the drive circuit board removed, the Retransfer film


take up motor can be removed after the screw * in the
above figure has been removed. (Refer to a front page.)

18

2.5 REMOVAL OF THE CARD FEED MOTOR

D1
D2

1) Remove the tensioning spring %.


2) Remove the two screws (. Disengage the belt from
the roller.
3) The card feed motor can be removed by pulling it to
the front.
2.5.1 Installation of the Card Feed Motor
1) When the motor has been disassembled or exchanged, first the belt tension must be adjusted.
2) After assembly has been performed, leave the screw
8 tightened provisionally.
3) Turn the motor all the way in arrow direction and
tighten the screw 8 securely.
4) Engage the belt and tighten the screw ( provisionally.
5) Apply the tensioning spring %.
6) Securely tighten the screws ( which have been tightened provisionally.

Clamp

Clamp

(-006)
Set the belt
to the pulley.

Turnover motor

P1 P2

11

13

(M180)

(M224)

Tighten the screw B securely to turn


the motor in arrow direction to tighten
the belt, and then tighten the screw A
securely.

10

11
15

A
Tighten provisionally

16

Motor SA

20

DPSP3006Nx2

Card feed motor


Tighten provisionally

KJJ46271
-001x3

Turnover card feed motor

12

15
P5

20
QYSBST3006Zx2

KJJ46271-001x2

DPSP4008Nx2

19

Set the springs to tighten the belt,


and then tighten securely.

2.6 REMOVAL OF THE INK SUPPLY MOTOR AND THE INK TAKE-UP MOTOR
1) When there is an MG circuit board, remove the circuit board screws and move the circuit board to the
side.
2) Disengage the hook on the left side of the drive circuit board. Disengage the wire clamp.
3) The ink motor assembly can be removed after the
two screws * have been removed. (Refer to a front
page.)

2.7 REMOVAL OF THE TURNOVER MOTOR


AND THE TURNOVER CARD FEED
MOTOR
1) The turn over motor and the turn over card feed
motor assembly can be removed after the three
screws ) have been removed. (Refer to a front
page.)
Remove the spring, as one of the screws is hidden
by the spring.

2.9

REMOVAL OF THE FRONT PANEL

1) Remove the retransfer film and the ink ribbon cassette.


2) Remove the card tray.
3) Remove the cleaning unit.
4) When the six screws 4 and the screw 5 for earth
wire have been removed, the front panel can be removed.
Installation of the Front Panel
1) There are two claws at the rear of the front panel.
Insert into the frame by lightly hitting on the claws.
And then secure the six screws 4.

Front Panel
5

2.8 REMOVAL OF THE CARD PICKUP


MOTOR
M

1) The card pickup motor assembly can be removed


after the two screws * have been removed.

G IS
IC

Insert the front panel


into the frame by lightly
hitting on the claws.
4

SDSP4008Nx6

Insert the gear shaft

Card pikup motor


18
KJJ46271
-001x2

21

2.10 REMOVAL OF THE PLATEN SOLENOID


1) Remove the drive circuit board.
2) Disengage the wire from the clamp. (2 places)
3) Remove the two screws ( and then remove the solenoid support @ and #.

2.11 REMOVAL OF THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT


1) Disconnect the wires and the connectors.
2) Remove the two screws 0.
3) When ordering a power supply unit, also order the
wire clamps around it at the same time.

4) Remove the two screws &, raise the solenoid body


once, and pull it to the rear.
5) Be careful not to damage the disk of ink encoder
located above when removing the screw (.

100V/200VCommon
H1=Retransfer heater
H2=Bend Remedial heater

2.10.1 Installation of the Platen Solenoid

H1

H2

1) Insert the plunger by itself into the cutout.

KWS0639-001

H2
H1

2) Fix the solenoid body with two screws &.

H2

CN2
CN8

19

Explanation drawing 1
Platen lever

CN3
CN8
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN7

Before tightening the screws, adjust the gap uniformly so


that there will be no interference with the platen lever and
the solenoid support when the plunger moves in and out.
Explanation drawing 1

Plunger

Platen solenoid
(TSS0179)

11

Caution for the time of installation of the solenoid support

17

QYSPSPD
4008Nx2

Clamp

Engage the bearing with


the rear frame.

Lead the wire along the


bracket so that it does not
become an obstacle on the
inside of the bracket.

22

POWER SUPPLY SA

10

QYSPSPD4008Nx2

12

CN1

CN4

Gap

Solenoid support

F3

H1

3) Fix the solenoid support with two screws (. At this


time, Pay attention to the following item.
4) Before tightening the screws, adjust the gap uniformly so that there will be no interference with the
platen lever and the solenoid support when the
plunger moves in and out.
5) Be careful not to damage the disk of ink encoder
located above when securing the screw (.

KJJ46271-003x2

2.12 REMOVAL OF SENSORS AND SWITCHES


2.12.3 Removal of the Ink Encoder Circuit Board

2.12.1 Removal of the Cam Sensor

Function
The ink feed quantity is decided by the pulses of this
encoder. Start position is decided by the ink start position sensor.

Function
This sensor decides the origin position for pressurizing
the retransfer roller and the bend remedial roller.
1) Refer to section 2.2 and remove the cam motor.
2) The sensor can be removed after the screw * has
been removed.

1) The bracket can be removed after the two screws )


have been removed.
2.12.4 Removal of the External Unit Power Circuit
Board

2.12.2 Removal of the Card Outlet Sensor


Function
This sensor detects card jams. An error will be caused
when no card passes the sensor within a fixed time after completion of retransfer.
1) The sensor can be removed after the screw ( has
been removed.

Function
When a small external IC unit is connected, power is
supplied from this power supply.
The thermistor detecting the environment temperature
is installed on this board.
1) Refer to section 2.2 and remove the cam motor.
2) The circuit board can be removed after the screw
has been removed.

F1

20

KJJ46271
-003x2

Ink Encoder

19
KJJ46271-003

Card outlet
sensor
Yellow

11

Cam sensor
S3

18
KJJ46271
-003

EXT. unit power 7

21

KJJ46271-003

23

2.12.5 Removal of the Turnover Initial Position


sensor

2.12.8 Removal of the Retransfer roller/Remedial


Roller Sensor

Function
This sensor decides the origin position for the turn unit.
1) Refer to section 2.7 and remove the turnover and
card feed motor.
2) The sensor can be removed after the screw & has
been removed.
2.12.6 Removal of the Card Near-empty Sensor

Function
This sensor detects the origin of the retransfer roller and
the bend remedial roller.
Energization is performed only when a roller is in this
position.
1) Remove the screw &.
2) Slide the sensor to the side, as the lever is inserted
into the sensor.

Function
When the number of remaining cards drops to about 20
cards (for the card 0,76mm thick) , the electronic buzzer
sounds.

DR PCB BKT SA
TSS0239-V

1) Refer to section 2.16.1 and remove the Main circuit


board.
2) Remove the card tray.
3) The sensor can be removed after the screw ( has
been removed with a long screwdriver from the hole
in which the Main circuit board is located.

17
17
A
B
TSS0239-U

T1

HEATER SENSOR SA

F1

T2
(TSS0182)

15

(-010)

CLAMP
(T2,H2)

2.12.7 Removal of the No Card Sensor

T2
CLAMP
(F1)
H2

This sensor checks whether there are remaining cards


or not. An error is caused when the remaining quantity
becomes zero.
1) Refer to section 2.7 and remove the turnover and
card feed motor.
2) The sensor can be removed after the screw * has
been removed.

Head cooling fan

KWS0757-002

15

11
12
1

11

17
Turnover initial
position sensor

24

KJJ46271
-003

No Card
sensor

18

Card near-empty
sensor

KJJ46271
-003

19

KJJ46271-003

15
12

(-010)

1
(TSS0181)
T1
(TSS0189)

P4

CLAMP
(P4)
H1

17

(FD M.MOTOR ASY)

17

2.12.9 Removal of the Retransfer Film Mark/Ink


Start Position Sensor Circuit Board and the
Card Edge Sensor

2.12.10 Removal of the C.L. Interlock Circuit Board


and the Card Supply Sensor
Function
C.L. interlock switch
This sensor detects the presence or absence of the
cleaning unit.
When the switch is OFF, no power is supplied to the
driver IC for the card supply motor and the turnover
motor.
Card supply sensor
This sensor checks whether cards are being supplied or not.
1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.
2) The sensor bracket holding these two sensors can
be removed when the screw 6 has been removed.

Function
Card edge sensor
This sensor decides the card position at the time of
card retransfer.
Retransfer Film mark sensor
This sensor detects the black bar on the film and
selects the panel for printing.
Ink start position sensor
This sensor detects the boundary between magenta
and cyan ink. Next, the pulses of the rotary encoder
are detected and movement is made to yellow.
1) When a magnetic encoder is built-in, refer to "Connection of optional parts" and remove the encoder.
Remove the feed roller marked with* in the lower
drawing of section 2.15.1 feed roller removal.
3) The sensor bracket holding the sensor can be removed when the screw # has been removed.
2)

REAR PLATE SA

F1

side)

Ink start position


sensor
Explanation
drawing 4
Explanation
drawing 4

Route the edge sensor


wire underneath the film
mark sensor between
the circuit boards.

13

Card edge sensor


Retransfer film mark sensor

Pass the wire through the notch


in the bracket.

Card supply sensor


C. LInterlock switch

25

2.12.11 Removal of the Door Interlock Circuit Board


Function
This circuit board detects opening of the front door.
The DC 24 V power put out from the power supply unit
is cut off when the door interlock switch and the cassette interlock switch are not both ON.
1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.
2) The door interlock circuit board can be removed after the screw (15) has been removed.

2.12.12 Removal of the Cassette Interlock Circuit Board


Function
This circuit board detects the presence or absence of
the retransfer film and the ink ribbon cassette.
The DC 24 V power put out from the power supply unit
is cut off when the door interlock switch and the cassette interlock switch are not both ON.
1) Refer to section 2.10 and remove the platen solenoid.
2) The cassette interlock circuit board can be removed
after the screw (16) has been removed.

15 KJJ46271-003
8

Door interlock
RED

J4
J3

Cassette
interlock

16

26

KJJ46271-001x2

2.13 REMOVAL OF THE TURNOVER UNIT

2.12.13 Removal of the Card Tray Interlock Circuit


Board

1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.


2) Refer to section 2.8 and remove the turnover motor
and the turnover card feed Motor.
3) Remove the E-rings $ and %.
4) The turnover unit can be removed after the oil bearing # has been removed by sliding it along the shaft.

Function
This circuit board detects whether the card tray is presence or absence. When the tray is absence, the power
is not supplied to the driver IC for the card pickup motor.
1) Remove the card tray.
2) Remove the three screws 9 and the rail on the left
side of the card tray.
3) When the screw is removed with a small screwdriver,
the cassette interlock circuit board can be removed.

Installation
1) Install the front E-ring and the oil bearing first.
2) As the gears 5 and 6 are not fixed, hold them by
hand while installing the oil bearing and the E-ring.
3) Turn the turnover unit by hand and check that the
wire does not get caught.

QYREE4000X

10

KJJ46271-003
x3

4
9
Attachment position of
the serial number

5
10

Install so that the bracket


of the turn unit goes under
the plate of the rear frame.

QYREE4000X

QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X

15

14

8
13

(-002)

QYREE5000X

15

11
13

10

(-002)

KWR
10303-010

Explanation
drawing 2

15
Card tray
interlock
KJJ46271-003

13

QYREE5000X

(-002)

1
16

L. FRAME SA

Turnover
Card Sensor
Board

Q03093-836

Connect
the connector.

Pass the wire


underneath
the sumi tube.

Pay attention to the wire


passing direction.
Explanation
drawing 2

x2

Install the gear, holding it so


that it will not drop down.

Explanation
drawing 1

2.12.14 Removal of the Turnover Card Sensor


Circuit Board
Function
This sensor checks for correct card storage at the time
of card supply and card turning.
1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.
2) Turn the turn unit so that the sensor circuit board
comes to the top.
3) The sensor circuit board can be removed after the
two screws 1 have been removed.
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2.14 FAN REMOVAL


2.14.3 Removal of the Card Cooling Fan

2.14.1 Removal of the Thermal Head Cooling Fan


1) Remove the two screws and the air duct 2.
2) The thermal head cooling fan can be removed after
the two screws $ have been removed.

1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.


2) The card cooling fan can be removed after the two
screws 6 have been removed.

2.14.2 Removal of the Suction Fan


1) The Suction fan can be removed after the two screws
# have been removed.

Insert the red wire first, so that


the wires will be arranged
nicely after connector insertion.

Pass the fan wire through


the notch.

Loosen the two screws of


the duct frame for joint
tightening.

F1

Card cooling fan


2

Red

14

QYSPSPD
3012Nx2

Clamp the wire of suction fan.

Thermal head
cooling fan

13
QYSDSP
3030Rx2

Suction fan

28

KJJ46271-003x2

2.14.4 Removal of the Ventilaion Fan


1) Remove the rear panel and the junction connector.
2) Remove the two screws for the fan.

Remove the clump

11
Remove the junction connctor

QYSDSP
4008N

F3

F3

Rear Panel SA

QYSPSPD3030N
X2

12

Rear Panel SA

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2.15 ROLLER REMOVAL


2.15.1 Feed Roller Removal
1) Refer to section 2.9 and remove the front panel.
2) Remove the card feed motor and the retransfer roller
as required.
3) Tension adjustment is required for the belt at the
front. Please refer to the following figure.
12 (Use for 5 only)
20

(-011)

(-011)

3
2
A side with the stage

A side with the stage

17

22

x2

x1

14

14

15
25

22

20

JOG DIAL SA

21

QYYASPW4004F

QYREE5000X

(-002)

QYYASPW4004F
MAIN ROLLER SA

ANTI BEND ROLLER SA

(-011)

22

25

21

QYYASPW4004Fx3

QYREE5000X

(-002)

14

Explanation drawing 1

JOG DIAL SA

Please (Insert from the front.)


ANTI BEND ROLLER SA
(EPDM)

Hardness : 60

(M116)

QYYASPW4004F
Hardness : 77

17
11
9

6
x3

20

10

10

x4

(M118)

20

x4

x3
(-011)

4
MAIN ROLLER SA

At the time of installing


the main roller SA, also
engage the front belt.

(50S2M192)

Belt setting

16
KJJ46271
-003 x2

13

11

REE5000

Engage the bearing


with the frame, pull
it to the front, and fix
it with an E-ring.

8
19

(M132)

17

(M266)

Tension the belt and tighten


the screw securely.

(-012)

7
4

22

Belt setting

QYYASPW4004F

Tension the belt and


tighten the screw securely.

QYREE5000X

QYREE5000X

15

15
QYREE5000X

15

12
(-002)

12
12

CARD OUT ROLLER SA

(-002)

(-002)
AL ROLLER SA

QYREE5000X

15
QYREE5000X
x2

15

8
3
3
MAIN ROLLER SA
CARD OUT ROLLER SA
(EPDM)
QYREE5000X

15
(-002)

12

AL ROLLER SA

x2

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2.15.2 Platen Roller Assy Removal


1) Remove the thermal head to prevent damage to it.
2) After removing the thermal head, remove the front
panel , E-ring ^ and the worm screw *, then the
platen roller can be removed.
Be careful not to damage the platen roller, otherwise print quality may be affected.
3) After assembling, remove the protection sheet.

13
Platen roller
(With protection sheet)
QYREE5000X

short

16

B
QYSPSPD
4008N x2
3

long

9
(-007)

15

14

14

QYYASPW3004F

(-007)

18
17

9
PLATEN ARM SA
(F)

PLATEN ARM SA(F)

2
A
C

Projected side

7
5

(-003)
PLATEN ARM SA
(R)

8
20

(-010)
A
PLATEN ARM SA(R)

(-003)

10
QYREE7000X

3
QYSPSPD4008N

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2.16 CIRCUIT BOARD REMOVAL


2.16.1 Removal of the Main Circuit Board
1) When the three screws 0 are removed and the circuit boards are pulled out.

Caution at the time of exchange of the


Main circuit board
1) Values set in user mode and service mode are stored
on the Main circuit board.Accordingly, when the circuit board has been replaced by a new one, these
set values must be stored.
For details, refer to Service Mode Parameter Push
and Pop.
From power supply unit

1
MAIN PWB SA
TPS0242-001

J23,J24through the inner part of the cable

J18
J22

10

KJJ46271-003x3

J23

J24

J22
J18
J11
J23

J15

J21
J17

J2
J5
MAIN PWB SA

2) The connectors tend to break in performing removal


and attachment of a Main circuit board, please work
carefully enough.

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J24

J11

2.17 Thermal Head Exchange Method


1) Remove the ink ribbon and the retranster film cassette.
2) When the locking claws on both sides of the head are spread, the connector can be disconnected. Remove the
connector by pulling it.
3) Remove the screw !. Pull the thermal head to the front to remove it.

Head exchange cover

Installation method
1) Install a new thermal head.
2) Tighten the screw.
3) Press the connector near its center and insert it. The
claws will lock.
When a part of the connector is difficult to see at
this time, the work can be facilitated by removing
the head exchange cover of the enclosure.
The head exchange cover can be removed by removing the screw and sliding the cover to the rear.

*Notes:
1) When the connector at the time of installation is inserted with the pins not correctly aligned, the connector will be
damaged. Please insert it after aligning it correctly.
2) When the heater element on the thermal head is hit at the time of exchange, it can become scratched white streaks
etc. can be caused for the printing results. Please handle the thermal head with sufficient care.
3) When the thermal head is touched by someone with an electrostatic charge, it may be damaged. Please touch the
frame of the unit before the start of work.

Locking claw

Thermal head

11

QYSDSP4008N

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The check after head exchange


After thermal head is exchanged, a printing position may move in the direction of Y. In this case, please adjust in the
following procedures.
Enter into Service mode, Maintenance and Offset Prt Y. See the next page.
1) Determines the displacement amount according to the print results (those owned by the user). Every step corresponds to a displacement of about 0.17 mm. The step can be varied in the range between -15 and +15.
2) Press ENTER to save the setting.
3) Print and check the result.
4) To adjust to the standard setting:
In the service mode, print color patterns on single sides of 4 to 5 sheets.
Adjust so that the distance from the card edge to the box enclosing the line (A) is about 2.15 mm. (Check the third to
fifth cards.)

A=2.15mm
R

(+)

Card shifting direction

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(-)

Printing start

USE OF SERVICE MODE


At the time of operation by the user, the "User mode" is used, while the "Service mode" is used at the time of servicing.
Refer to the instruction manual for the user mode.
1) Fine adjustment of the printing position
2) Printing of the built-in test pattern
3) Individual operation of motors

1. Entry into Service Mode


MENU

In ready condition, in preheating condition, or in error condition, press the buttons


and
button [MENU] is released first, the printer will enter into the following service mode.
>Service Mode>

After 1 sec

>Download>

OK?

>Download Ready
[ENTER]
[EXIT]

[MENU]

Completion
Start

>Download Ready

[MENU]

[EXIT]

Setting of the printing position Y


[-15(Front) -1(Front),0,+1(Back) - +15(Back)]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Offset Prt Y
0
[MENU]

[ENTER]

Setting of the printing position X


[-7(Left) -1(Left),0,+1(Right) +7(Right)]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Offset Prt X
0
[MENU]

Setting of the retransfer position X


[-7(Left) -1(Left),0,+1(Right) +7(Right)]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Offset Trf X
0
[MENU]
0
[MENU]

>>VGAIN

Setting of the Vth gain (Supplementary function for the future


: Always set to 8. )
[0 - +15]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Default LUT

Setting of the printing density


[Standard Density,Low Density, High Density,User's LUT]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

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[MENU]

Standard Density
[MENU]

Card cooling fan ON/OFF


[On, Off]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Card Fan
On
[MENU]

Different type of JIS magnetic encoding


[Lo-Co, Hi-Co]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>MG JIS TYPE


Lo-Co
[MENU]

Card supplying direction


[Standard, Right Side]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Card Loading
Standard
[MENU]

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[MENU]

[MENU]

Test pattern setting


[Step,Vth,Registration,Addres,Color,Black,Gray,All,(YMCK+K),(K+YMCK)]
Select with [][] and set with [ENTER].

>>Pattern
Color
[MENU]

[ENTER]

Switching between printing single side and both sides


[Single, Both]
Select with [][] and set with [ENTER].

>>Printing Side
Single
[MENU]

>>Times

Print
[MENU]

>Diag. Test>
[MENU]

[EXIT]
[ENTER]

Setting of the number of times for testing


[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,20,30,40,50,100,200,300,400,500,Endless]
Select with [][] and set with [ENTER].

1
[MENU]

>>Test Select

Under user mode, when the IC Antenna Pos. is


Ext. Unit/Ad.on or the IC Contact Pos. is Ext. Unit,
the Right Side cannot be selected.

Ajust the threshold level of the ink-Sensor


Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].
Answered On or Off. [off:transmission,on:interruption.]

>>Ink Sensor OFF

[EXIT]

The positions where the setting value of 15 was


actually setup by the version of a firmware differ.

Setting of the card stop position X


[-7(Left) -1(Left),0,+1(Right) +7(Right)]
Select with [][] and save with [ENTER].

>>Offset Card X

>Off-line Test>

Start of the firmware download function


The new firmware becomes effective after power OFF or rebooting.

The new firmware becomes eflective after power off.


[EXIT] End of Service mode.

Power off

>Maintenance>

Downloading..
Keep Power On

simultaneously. When the

[EXIT]

>>Test Select
OK?

[ENTER]

Testing...
[ENTER]

Setting the test type


[Print,Feed,IC(Contact),IC(Antenna),MG(JIS),
MG(ISO),]
Select with [][] and set with [ENTER].

>>Sensor
1000010101010110
[MENU]

>>Actuator>

[EXIT]

>>>Ink TUP Mo.


OK?

[ENTER]
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>>Ink TUP Mo.


Testing..

Ink take-up motor

>>>Ink SPY Mo.


Testing..

Ink supply motor

[MENU]

>>>Ink SPY Mo.


OK?

[ENTER]

[MENU]

>>>Media TUP Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

>>>Media TUP Mo.


[ENTER]

>>>Media SPY Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

Testing..

>>>Media SPY Mo.


[ENTER]

Testing..

Retransfer Film take-up motor

Retransfer Film supply motor

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>>>Card Feed Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

>>>Card Feed Mo.


[ENTER]

>>>Turn Over Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

>>>Turn Over Mo.


[ENTER]

>>>Turn Feed Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>>Platen Sol.
OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>>Ink TUP Enc.


OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>>Ink SPY Enc.


OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>>Media TUP Enc.


OK?
[MENU]

>>Memory

[ENTER]

>>Memory

OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

>>SIO

Card feed motor

Turnover motor

Turnover card feed motor

Testing..

>>>Heat Cam Mo.


[ENTER]

>>>Pick Up Mo.
OK?
[MENU]

Testing..

>>>Turn Feed Mo.


[ENTER]

>>>Heat Cam Mo.


OK?
[MENU]

Testing..

Testing..

Cam motor

>>>Pick Up Mo.
Testing..

Card pikup motor

>>>Platen Sol.
Testing..

Platen solenoid

>>>Ink TUP Enc.


Testing..

Ink take-up encoder


In case of an error, the buzzer sounds and the red LED lights.
When there is no error, the indication just returns to the initial indication.

>>>Ink SPY Enc.


Testing..

Ink supply encoder


In case of an error, the buzzer sounds and the red LED lights.
When there is no error, the indication just returns to the initial indication.

>>>Media TUP Enc.

Retransfer Film take-up encoder


In case of an error, the buzzer sounds and the red LED lights.
When there is no error, the indication just returns to the initial indication.

Testing..

Testing..

In case of an error, the buzzer sounds and the LED lights.


When there is no error, the indication just returns to the initial indication.

>>SIO
Testing..

In case of an error, the buzzer sounds and the LED lights.


When there is no error, the indication just returns to the initial indication.

>>Display
OK?
[MENU]

[ENTER]

Display for 5 sec

>>Back Color
OK?
[MENU]

>>Buzzer
OK?
[MENU]

>>Registers>
[MENU]

[ENTER]
Display for 3 sec

Display for 3 sec

[EXIT]

>>ADPORT0
C277
[MENU]

[ENTER]

Value obtained by A/D conversion of


the thermistor value of the heater or head

>>ADPORT1
>Informations>

[EXIT]
[ENTER]

Display for 3 sec

The buzzer sounds

FCFC
[MENU]

>>Firmware
Version

[MENU]

123
[MENU]

>>FPGA Config.
Version

12
[MENU]

>>FPGA Table
Version

12
[MENU]

>>Thermal Head
12345678/ 24.00
[MENU]

>>MG Firmware
1234

Version

Firmware version

FPGA config version

FPGA table version

Thermal Head serial No. and Vth

MG encoder firmware version

[MENU]

>>Laminator
___

Version

Firmware version of laminator when connected

[MENU]

>>Ext. Unit
Version

1234/5
[MENU]

>>HR PwrOn Time

External unit firmware version

[EXIT]
[ENTER]

>>>Retransfer

Displayed the total lighting time of the heat roller

[MENU]

>>>Bend Remedy
[MENU]
[MENU]

>>HR POT Reset

[EXIT]
[ENTER]

[MENU]

>>>Retransfer

Cleared the total lighting time of the heat roller

[MENU]

>>>Bend Remedy
[MENU]

>Parameter Push>
[MENU]

>Parameter Pop
[MENU]

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Assistance
12345678
[MENU]

[EXIT]
[ENTER]
[EXIT]
[ENTER]

>Parameter Push
OK?

>Parameter Push
[ENTER]

>Parameter Pop
OK?

Running..

>Parameter Pop
[ENTER]

Ancillary data, 8-digit display (read only)

Running..

Parameter settings save in the head EEP-ROM.


* The buzzer beeps in case of an error.
Loading the parameter settings from the head EEP-ROM.
* If the correct data is not stored by the head EEP-ROM,
"No Data" is displayed and the buzzer beeps.

2. Explanation of the Various Modes

B=2.07mm
LEFT

RIGHT

2.1 Download
A=2.15mm
BACK
R

2.2 Maintenance

* Items for varying the print position in the latitudinal


direction of the card:
(1) 2.2.4, Offset Card X: Adjusts the card feed amount
from the card edge sensor.
(2) 2.2.2, Offset Print X: Adjusts the feed amount from
the black marker to the start of printing.
(3) 2.2.3, Offset Trf X: Adjusts the feed amount to the
start of a retransfer.
* Item varying the print position in the longitudinal direction of the card:
(4) 2.2.1, Offset Print Y: Adjusts the start position among
the 1152 head heater elements.
(1) Determines the displacement amount according to the
print results (those owned by the user). Every step
corresponds to a displacement of about 0.17 mm. The
step can be varied in the range between -15 and +15.
(2) Press ENTER to save the setting.
(3) Print and check the result.
(4) To adjust to the standard setting:
In the service mode, print color patterns on single sides
of 4 to 5 cards.
Adjust so that the distance from the card edge to the
box enclosing the line (A) is about 2.15 mm. (Check
the third to fifth cards.)

FRONT

Card shifting direction

Printing start

2.2.2 Offset Prt X Setting


1) Determine the displacement amount according to
the print results (those owned by the user). Every
step corresponds to a displacement of about 0.17
mm. The step can be varied in the range between 7 and +7. (The displacement amount of one step
changes with versions of a firmware.)
2) Press ENTER to save the setting.
3) Print and check the result.
4) To adjust to the standard setting:
In the service mode, print color patterns on single
sides of 4 to 5 cards. And then remove the film cassette.
Adjust so that the distance from the black marker
on the film to the remaining vertical line (P) is about
8.5 mm. (Check the third to fifth cards.)
P
Take-up side

2.2.1 Offset Prt Y Setting


For example, when printing with this printer is to be done
on preprinted cards and the position relation is not correct, the entire screen can be shifted.
The print position can be varied using the four items listed
below.
Changing any of the following items varies the print position. However, do not touch the Card X because this is the
standard for the X-direction.
Use items (3) and (4) for fine adjustments.

Supply side

When changing the version of firmware inside the printer,


FPGA table or FPGA firmware, refer to the XID580i maintenance CD-ROM distributed separately.

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2.2.3 Offset Trf X Setting


1) Determine the displacement amount according to
the print results (those owned by the user). Every
step corresponds to a displacement of about 0.17
mm. The step can be varied in the range between 7 and +7.
2) Press ENTER to save the setting.
3) Print and check the result.
4) To adjust to the standard setting:
In the service mode, print color patterns on single
sides of 4 to 5 cards.
Adjust so that the distance from the card edge to
the box enclosing the line (A) is about 2.07 mm.
(Check the third to fifth cards.)
2.2.4 Card Stop Position Setting (Offset Card X)
This adjustment is made when special cards are used.
In the same way as in the preceding item, the card stop
position is adjusted and the transfer position is changed.
When standard cards are used, the cards may be flicked
out. Accordingly, this setting normally should not be
changed.
2.2.5 Default LUT Setting
When printing data with a high density are to be printed
over the entire area, wrinkles may be caused. In such a
case, switch the setting to Standard or Low.

[High]

2.2.6 Device Type Setting


The device type of SCSI Standerd is switched. Normally
"Printer" is used.
2.2.7 Card Fan Setting
At the time of separating the card and the retransfer film,
the card is cooled with a fan. Depending on the card, the
transfer may be better when there is no cooling. In such a
case, change this setting.
2.2.8 TUR Response Setting
This mode selects the response that the printer returns to
the "Test unit ready" command from the host computer
while the printer is executing printing. Normally the setting is changed according to the application software on
the side of the host computer.
2.2.9 Compatible Mode Setting
This mode is set when application software created for
the model CX710 is to be used with the XID580i. However, care is required as the compatibility is not perfect.
2.2.10 Setting of the ink-sensor level
Set the threshold level of the ink sensor so that the ink
sensor defect the ink color yellow and magenta as transmission, and cyan and Bkas interruption. Select threshold value by using and buttons, and press the ENTER button to save the select Value.

[Standard]

Output

[Low]

Output
Y.M.C
O.D. = 2.1

Input

When black omitted characters


are to be put out with high
density

Output
Y.M.C
O.D. = 1.9

Input

Setting at the time of shipping


from the factory

Select Users LUT when the print density similar to that of CX710 is needed.

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C
M
Y

Input

When changed to close to the


hue of a CRT

2.3 Off-line Test


This is used to print the built-in test pattern of this printer
and for execution of an MG self-test.
2.3.1 Pattern setting
This printer has seven types of built-in printing patterns.
Select a pattern and press the "ENTER" button to store it.
Return to the initial pattern is made when the power is
cut.
1) Step
This is for confirmation of uniform gradation.
2) Vth
A and B are printed with the same data values.
This is used to confirm that the power supply voltage compensation (Vth) has been done correctly
(same density).
3) Registration
This is used to confirm that each color overlaps correctly.
4) Address
The head has 1152 heater elements.
This is used to confirm the uniformity of the density
for each heater element.
5) Color
This is a pattern for overall evaluation
6) Black
For checking of black ink blurring, drop-outs, etc.
7) Gray
For checking of feed irregularities caused by mechanical trouble etc.
8) ALL
The above patterns 1) to 7) are printed in sequence.
(Each pattern is printed on separate card.)

Step

Vth

Registration

Address

Color

Black

Gray

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2.3.2 Printing Side


Selection whether test printing is to be done on one side
or both sides.
2.3.3 Times
The number of cards for the test contents selected by "Test
select" of the following item is selected.
2.3.4 Test Select
The test to be executed is selected.
1) Print
Select this for printing and press "ENTER" twice to
start.
2) Feed
Select this to test only the card feed.
3) IC (contact)
The cards are fed and the contact for clip card is
lowered. There is no data communication.
4) IC (Antenna)
The card is fed and stops under the antenna for contact-free clip card.
5) MG (JIS), MG (ISO)
Data actually are written to and read from magnetic
stripe cards. An error is displayed on the LCD panel
in case of abnormalities.

2.4 Diag. Test


2.4.1 Sensor
Correct operation of the sensor is checked.
Confirm the valve is changed, when the sensor is interrupted or reflected.

>>Sensor
1000010101010110
D15

D0

D0: NOCD (no card) ................................................. Reflection: 0


D1: CDIN (card supply) ............................................ Interruption: 0
D2: MGCDPOS (MG card position) ......................... Reflection: 0
D3: TURNCD (turnover card) ................................... Interruption: 0
D4: TURNPOS (turnove initial position) ................... Interruption: 0
D5: EDGE (card edge) ............................................. Interruption: 0
D6: CDOUT (card outlet) .......................................... Interruption: 0
D7: CDNE (card near empty) ................................... Reflection: 0
D8: INK (ink start position)
.................... Transmission (yellow,magenta):0,Interruption: 1
D9: MEDIA (retransfer film mark) ............................. Interruption: 0
D10: CAM (cam position) ......................................... Interruption: 0
D11: HR0POS (retransfer heat roller position) ......... Interruption: 0
D12: HR1POS (bend remedial heat roller position) . Interruption: 0
D13: Not used
D14: Not used
D15: Not used
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2.4.2 Actuator
It is possible to operate each motor individually and to check for motor defects and to check the operation of the mechanisms.
When two cassettes or a door are open, the power supply to the
motor is cut, it will not operate, and inspection should be performed.
1) Ink TUP Mo. (ink take-up motor)
** Remove the inkribbon cassette.
When OK? is displayed, press the ENTER button to perform take-up operation.
2) Ink SPY Mo. (ink supply motor)
** Remove the inkribbon cassette .
When OK? is displayed, press the ENTER button to perform supply operation.
3) Media TUP Mo. (retransfer film take-up motor)
** Remove the retransfer film cassette.
When OK? is displayed, press the ENTER button to perform film take-up operation.
4) Media SPY Mo. (retransfer film supply motor)
** Remove the retransfer film cassette.
When OK? is displayed, press the ENTER button to perform film supply operation.
5) Card Feed Mo. (card feed motor)
The card feed motor operates and the roller rotates.
6) Turn Over Mo. (turnover motor)
The turnover motor operates and the turn unit moves
through one cycle.
7) Turn Feed Mo. (turnover card feed motor)
The turnover card feed motor operates and the roller
in the turnover unit rotates.
8) Heat Cam Mo. (cam motor)
The cam motor operates and the retransfer roller and
the bend remedial roller move through one cycle.
9) Pick Up Mo. (card pickup motor)
** The card pickup motor does not rotate when there
is no cleaning roller unit.
The card pickup motor operates and the card
supply roller rotates.
10) Platen solenoid
The solenoid becomes ON (plunger pulled) once and
pushes the platen against the thermal head.
11) Ink TUP Enc. (ink take-up encoder)
** Remove the ink ribbon cassette .
The ink FG sensor is checked. The buzzer sounds
in case of an abnormality.
12) Ink SPY Enc. (ink supply encoder)
** Remove the ink ribbon cassette.
The ink supply encoder (inside the motor) is
checked. The buzzer sounds in case of an abnormality.
13) Media TUP Enc. (retransfer film take-up encoder)
** Remove the retransfer film cassette.
The film take-up (inside the motor) is checked.
The buzzer sounds in case of an abnormality.

2.4.3 Memory
The picture memory SDRAM on the Main PWB is tested.
The buzzer sounds in case of an error. The error LED also
will light.
2.4.4 SIO
A special jig is connected and the terminals OPTION 1
and 2 are tested. Normally this is used for inspection at
the time of shipping from the factory.
2.4.5 Display
All the dots of LCD are displayed black.
Conferm that there is no missing dot.
2.4.6 Back Color
The back colors red, green, and blue are displayed for 3
seconds and correct display of the back colors is tested.
2.4.7 Buzzer
Correct sounding of the electronic buzzer is tested.
2.4.8 Registers
This printer has four temperature-detecting thermistors:
1) Retransfer heat roller thermistor
2) Bend remedial heat roller thermistor
3) Thermal head thermistor
4) Ambient temperature thermistor
These thermistors output analog signals, which are applied to the circuits for four channel 8bit A/D converter IC.
Each of these converted value in a hex decimal number
as shown below. Note that the following values are the
values at the moment the ENTER button is pressed.
>>ADPORT0
C277

>>ADPORT1
FCFC

Ambient temperature

Retransfer heat roller

Thermal head

Bend remedial heat roller

The following table shows reference values.


Heat roller
thermistors

Ambient temperature
thermistor

Thermal head
thermistor

Temperature Indicated Temperature Indicated Temperature Indicated


(C)
Value
(C)
Value
(C)
Value
0
20
50
80
100
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220

FE
FC
F6
E4
CF
A3
93
82
72
64
56
4A
3F
36
2E

-5
0
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
75

F2
D9
AC
98
86
76
68
5B
50
46
3D
36
2F
2A
25

0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70

E8
E2
DB
D3
C9
BF
B4
A8
9C
90
83
77
6C
61
57

2.5 Information
The information for the various firmware versions can be
confirmed. For the thermal head, the serial No. and the
head supply voltage (Vth) are displayed.
And the total lighting time of the heaters (retransfer and
bend remedy) can be displayed. And it is possible to clear
the total lighting time to zero after replacing those heaters.

2.6 Parameter Push and Pop


This printer has two EEPROMs for storage of data for the
thermal head and for user and service mode.
When the Main PWB is exchanged, the settings for user
and service mode must be done over again. The Parameter Push/Pop function is provided to shorten this operation.
When initially Push is selected and the [ENTER] button is
pressed, the set values (including head, total countor) in
the EEPROM on the Main PWB are written to the
EEPROM in the head.
When then Pop is selected after the Main PWB has been
exchanged and the [ENTER] button is pressed, these set
values are copied to the EEPROM on the Main PWB.

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OPERATION OF THE MECHANISM


The operation from card supply via card transport and printing to retransfer will be explained using a timing chart.
The entire timing chart is shown below. The individual tasks (programs) operate independently.

1. Single-side Printing
Printing
Printing task

Retransfer

Printing

Rewinding

Ink task

Card supply

Transport task

Positioning
to the start

Retransfer 1

2. Double-side Printing
Printing
(front)
Printing task

Ink task

Transport task

Retransfer
(front)

Printing

Retransfer
(back)

Printing

Rewinding

Card supply

Positioning
to the start
Retransfer 2

3. Initial Operation
At the time of power ON, the mechanism is initialized.
1) The platen solenoid is pulled once.
2) The turnover unit is returned to the initial position.
3) The cam motor is returned to the initial position.
4) The card feed motor is run to discharge any intermediate cards.
5) Ink ribbon and retransfer film are positioned to the start position.
Error stop is performed in case of an abnormality.

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Printing
(back)

Rewinding

Turn

Positioning
to the start
Retransfer 1

4. Card Supply and Card Feed

Period 2 : The turnover motor operates and the turnover unit is moved to the card supply position.
(Vertical position)
Period 3 : The card pick-up motor operates and a card
is supplied from the hopper. The turnover
card feed motor also operates at the same
time. At this time, the cleaning roller and the
roller in the turnover unit also rotates and
the card is stored in the turnover unit.
Period 4 : The turnover unit turns once from the card
supply position to the printing position.
Period 5 : The card is fed from the turnover unit to the
card edge sensor.
Period 6 : The card feed to the retransfer standby position and waits for complation of printing
operation.

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Turnover card sensor

Card supply sensor

Turnover card feed motor

Cleaning roller

Card edge sensor

Card feed motor

Card supply roller

Card pickup motor

Turnover unit
(printing position)

NG card outlet roller

Card supply roller

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5. Printing Operation
3
1

56
664dot

ON

Platen solenoid
OFF

CW

Retransfer film supply motor

OFF

CCW
CW

Retransfer film take-up motor

OFF

CCW
CW

Ink take-up motor

OFF

CCW
CW

Ink supply motor

OFF

CCW

87.6
1036dot

Period 1 : The thermal head energization ON signal is


sent to the power supply unit.
Head voltage (Vth) is put out from the power
supply unit.
Period 2 : The retransfer film take-up motor runs to take
up film slack.
Period 3 : The platen is pushed against the thermal
head.
Then thermal head is energized and printing is start.
Period 4 : Delay time for separation of ink ribbon and
film
Period 5 : After printing, the ink ribbon and the film stick
to each other, and during this period the ink
take-up motor operates to separate them.

Card size
85.6 x 54

67

*Notes:
The printing position is shown in the figure on the right.
The value of X and Y are adjustment items.

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Retransfer film supply motor

Ink take-up motor

Ink supply motor

Retransfer film
take-up motor

Thermal head
Platen roller

Retransfer film
Ink ribbon

Platen roller

Thermal head

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6. Retransfer Operation
1

FWD

Card feed motor

OFF
N1

N2

REV
CW

Retransfer film supply motor

OFF

CCW
CW

Retransfer film take-up motor

OFF

CCW
Rep

Cam motor

OFF

Fix
Hi

Card edge sensor


Lo

Hi

Card outlet sensor


Lo

Hi

Retransfer film mark sensor


Lo

Period 1 : The printed panel on the film and the card


are transported to the retransfer position.
Also, the cam motor operates and the
retransfer roller is moved to the standby position.
Period 2 : The cam motor operates, the retransfer roller
is lowered, and the film and the card are
pressed against each other.
Period 3 : The card feed motor operates and retransfer
starts.
Period 4 : The cam motor operates and the bend remedial roller is moved to the standby position.
Period 5 : The user mode has the item Cooling time
setting, and during this period, the operation is stopped for the set time of 1 to 15
seconds.
** There is no card feed roller between the
retransfer roller and the bend remedial
roller. Card movement in this interval is
done sticking to the film.

Period 6 : The film is moved to the peeling start position. (At this time, the card is close to directly
under the bend remedial roller.) Also, the cam
motor operates and the bend remedial roller
is pushed down.
Period 7 : Film peeling and card bend remedial are performed.
Period 8 : After the card has been discharged, the cam
returns to the stand-by position.
Also, one screen is taken up looking at the
film mark sensor.
Period 9 : The film is returned for another screen for
the next printing.

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Retransfer film supply motor

Retransfer film mark


sensor

Retransfer film
take-up motor

Platen roller

Card outlet sensor

Card edge sensor

Cam motor

Card feed motor

FRONT VIEW CAM MODE

INITIAL MODE

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RETRANSFER MODE

BEND REMEDIAL MODE

7. Operation in Case of Peeling with Return in Direction Towards the


Turnover Unit
In case of printing on both sides, separation of card and film is done in the opposite direction.
Up to retransfer, the operation is the same as in the above items. Then the operation becomes as shown below.
1

FWD

Card feed motor

OFF

REV
CW

Retransfer film supply motor

OFF
N1
CCW
CW

Retransfer film take-up motor

OFF

CCW
Rep

Cam motor

OF F

Fix
Hi

Retransfer film mark sensor


Lo

Period 1 : The cam is returned to the intial position.


Period 2 : In the same way as for the preceding item, a
card cooling period exists.
Period 3 : The card is fed in the direction towards the
turnover unit to separate card and film, and
peeling is performed.
Periods 4 and 5
: Searches a start position of the next panel
and becomes to the standby mode.

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8. Operation of the Turnover


Unit
In case of printing on both sides, the card is turned.
The card which has been printed to front side is fed to the
turnover unit.

Period 1 : The card feed motor and the turnover card


feed motor operate and the card is fed.
Period 2 : The turnover motor operates and the turnover unit is turned 180.
Period 3 : The card is fed to the retransfer standby position.
Period 4 : The turnover unit is initialized.
1

n3

CW

Turnover motor

OFF

CCW
FWD

Turnover card feed motor

n1

OFF

REV
FWD

Card feed motor

n2

OFF

REV

Hi

Turnover card sensor


Lo

Hi

Card edge sensor


Lo

Period 1 : The turnover motor operates to the position


sensor detection.
Period 2 : The turnover motor is reversed and the position of turnover unit is fine adjusted.
1

CW

Turnover motor

OFF

CCW

Hi

Turnover intial position sensor


Lo

50

9. Others
9.1 Position Relation with Ink Ribbon and Retransfer Film
Ink take-up

Film supply

B
Ink supply

B
B
Platen

Head

Film take-up

C
C
S

Film mark sensor

Ink start position


sensor

Cartridge shaft

Retransfer roller

Cartridge shaft

Bend remedial roller

9.2 Ink Ribbon and Retransfer Film End Treatment


End marks as shown below are provided near the end of the ink ribbon and the retransfer film. The respective sensor
detects the mark and RUN OUT is displayed.
L

Ink ribbon transport


direction

End mark
2.5cm

H
Ink start position
sensor

Ink FG sensor

H
L

.............

of positioning the ink ribbon to the start position


InThecase
boundary between magenta and cyan is detected by the sensor for the ink ribbon start position.
The output pulse of the ink feed quantity sensor is counted, and the start position of yellow is decided.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
1. LCD Error Code Correspondence
No.
Error item
1 Please Power off

Please Remove
Media Cassette

HR is too hot!

Jam (Hopper)
Card jam
(hopper part)

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Error detection contents


When recovery is not
possible even when the
RESET button is pressed.
When the feed rollers are is
to be cleaned, cleaning mode
is not entered as the transfer
film cassette is present.
In the same way as above,
this message is displayed
when the heat roller
temperature is 50C or
more at the time of entry
into cleaning mode.
An error will be caused
when the card supply
sensor is not passed
within a fixed time after
start of card supply.

Treatment contents
This display appears for example when there is hardware
trouble, as with the following trouble of No. 18-26.

Exchange parts

Remove the retransfer film cassette.


This prevents sticking of the cleaning card to the film.

1) Switch off the power and wait for the temperature to


drop.
2) When the retransfer film is in the unit, the heat roller is
heated even in this mode. Always remove the retransfer
film first.
1) Check for sticking of the cards in the card tray because of
static electricity. Try to separate the cards from each other.
Check that the cards are aligned.
2) Is the card push Plate of the card tray in the lock position?
Check the force with which this Plate presses onto the cards. If
it is weak, check for spring elongation etc.
3) In the case of 0.25 mm cards, the number of cards which can
be set in the tray is limited according to the used cards. Test by
trying to set about 50 cards into the tray.
4) Clean the card supply roller with alcohol. Touch the surface to
check if it is slippery.
5) Check the thickness of the thickness adjustment plate and the
card. Also check for correct thickness adjustment in case of
special card thickness (turn the gear of the card supply roller
and check for individual card supply).
6) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check for
operation of the card pickup motor. Also confirm correct
operation of intermediate gears.
7) When this message appears at the time of power ON, the
sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service mode for
confirmation.
8) Check for contamination of the cleaning roller. Clean the roller
if it is dirty.
The life of the cleaning roller is about one year. The adhesive
power gets lost with use for many years.
It is also possible that the roller becomes worn and no longer
can feed the cards correctly.
9) After the cleaning roller, the cards are transported by the
turnover card feed motor.
Perform the diagnostic test of the service mode and check the
operation of the turnover card feed motor.
10)Does the turn over unit come to the card supply position
(vertical position) at the time of card supply? The pulses of the
turnover motor are counted and rotation to the card supply
position is done. When the turnover unit is not pointing straight
down, the card will not enter the rail and an error will be
caused. Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the turnover unit.
11)Check for correct rotation of the roller in the turnover unit. Clean
the roller in case of rotation. Perform the diagnostic test in service
mode and check the operation of the turnover card feed motor.

* Card

* Card supply roller


* Adjustment

* Motor, Drive circuit


board Main circuit
board
* Sensor,
Main circuit board
* Cleaning roller

* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board

* Motor, Drive
circuit board, Main
circuit board, roller

No.
Error item
5 Jam (TurnOver)
Card jam
(turnover unit)

Jam (MG)
Card jam
(encoder)

Jam (Retransfer)
Card jam
(retransfer
section)

Jam (Discharge)
Card jam
(discharge)

Media Broken
Torn retransfer film
Media Search
Retransfer film
detection error

Error detection contents


When the card does not
enter to or depart from
the sensor inside the
turnover unit within a
specified time.

When the card does not


arrive at the card edge
sensor within a specified
time after leaving the
turnover unit.
Also, in case of magnetic
encoding, when detection
by the start position sensor of
the MG unit is not possible.
When the card outlet
sensor is not reached
within a specified time
after leaving the card
edge sensor.

In case of stopping at
the card outlet sensor.

Detection of the
retransfer motor rotation
condition, pulses,
marks, etc.

Treatment contents
1) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation.
2) Confirm the operation of the turnover unit until the card
reaches the sensor.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the turnover unit.
3) Check for correct rotation of the roller in the turnover
unit. Clean the roller with alcohol in case of rotation.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the turnover card feed motor.
4) Check that card feed is OK when the turnover unit is
oriented in the print mode direction.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the card feed motor.
1) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation.
2) Check the operation until the card enters to the sensor.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the card feed motor.
Check belts, gears, and rollers for wear. Clean the
rollers with alcohol.
1) Check if the card sticks to the film.
* If the card sticks to the film, check for correct operation
of the card cooling fan (rotates only at the time of
retransfer).
* If the card sticks to the film, replace the film by a
different film and try printing.
2) Check the condition of the rubber on the retransfer roller
surface.
3) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the card feed motor.
Check belts, gears, etc.
1) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation.
2) Check the condition of the rubber on the bend remedial
roller.
3) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the card feed motor.
Check belts, gears, out roller, etc.
4) For bend remedy at the time of one-sided printing, there
is the temperature setting for the bend remedial roller. Is
double-sided printing being done with this temperature
setting too high? In this case, the cards may become
deformed and jams may be caused,
1) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the retransfer film supply motor.
2) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the retransfer film take-up motor.

Exchange parts
* Sensor, Main
circuit board
* Motor, Drive
circuit
board, Main
circuit board
* Motor, Drive
circuit board, Main
circuit board, roller
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
*Sensor x 2,Main
circuit board
MG circuit board
* Motor, drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Belts, gears,
rollers

* Film

* Retrnsfer roller
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Belts, gears
* Sensor, Drive
circuit board
* Bend remedial
roller
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Belt, gear, roller

* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board

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No.

Error item
Media Run Out
End of the
retransfer film

10 Ink Broken
Torn ink ribbon

Error detection contents

Detection of ink motor


rotation condition,
pulses, marks, etc.

Ink Search
Ink ribbon detection
error
Ink Run Out
End of the ink
ribbon

11 Turn Over Unit


Defective
operation of the
turn-over
mechanism

Detection of the motor


rotation condition and
operation of the
turnover initicl position
sensor.

12 Heater Cam
Defective heat
roller operation

Detection of the motor


rotation condition and
the cam sensor
operation.

13 No Card
There is no card,
the tray is empty.

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Card presence is
detected by a reflection
sensor.

Treatment contents
3) The retransfer film take-up motor has a encoder for
output of pulses when the motor operates.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the output of the encoder of the retransfer film take-up
motor.
4) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation.
5) Remove the cassette and confirm the retransfer film
installation condition. Confirm that there is no winding
deviation or similar to prevent error of the sensor,
In case of winding deviation, check the shaft, the bobbin
holder, etc. of the retransfer film cassette.
6) If winding eleviation is serious,then replace the
retransfer film with a new one.
1) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the ink supply motor.
2) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the operation of the ink take-up motor.
Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and check
the output of the encoder coupled with the ink take-up
gear.
3) The ink supply motor has a encoder for output of pulses
when the motor operates.Perform the diagnostic test in
service mode and confirm the output of the encoder of
the ink supply motor. (Ink SPY Enc)
4) When this message appears at the time of power ON, the sensor
is broken. Use the sensor check of service mode for
confirmation.
5) Remove the cassette and confirm the ink installation
condition. Confirm that there is no winding deviation or
similar to prevent error of the sensor,
In case of winding deviation, check the shaft, the bobbin
holder, etc. of the ink cassette.
6) If winding eleviation is serious,then replace the ink
ribbon with a new one.
1) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and confirm
the operation of the turn over motor.
2) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation.
1) Perform the diagnostic test in service mode and confirm
the cam motor operation.
2) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation of the cam sensor retransfer roller
sensor, and remedial roller sensor.
3) Check the cam mechanism etc.
4) Check the installation and the wire routing for retransfer
roller and bend remedial roller.
1) When this message appears at the time of power ON,
the sensor is broken. Use the sensor check of service
mode for confirmation of the no card sensor.

Exchange parts
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board

* Sensor, Main
circuit board
* Retransfer film,
cassette

* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board,
INK FG circuit
board
* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Sensor, Main
circuit board
* Ink ribbon,
Cassette

* Motor, Drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Sensor, drive
circuit board
* Motor, drive
circuit board,
Main circuit board
* Sensor, drive
circuit board

* Cam
* Roller, wire
* Sensor, Main
circuit board

No.
Error item
14 Door open
The printer door is
open.

Error detection contents


The door interlock
switch is detected.

15 No Cleaning Ro.
There is no
cleaning roller.

The cleaning roller


interlock switch is
detected.

16 No Cassette
There is no
cassette.

The cassette interlock


switch is detected.
Ink and retransfer

17 Hardware

18 TR Overheat
Retransfer roller
overheat

19 TR Broken
Defective retransfer
roller

20 TR Sensor Broken
Defective retransfer
roller thermistor

cassette switch are


connected in series.
Vth (Voltage supplied to
the thermal head ) is
not determined.
Circuit trouble is
detected.
The temperature of the
retransfer roller is detected
with a thermistor, and an
error is caused when this
temperature exceeds about
240C. When this
temperature is exceeded,
the thermostat operates
and the circuit is cut.
1) When the temperature
does not rise even after
about 30 sec. have passed
since heater ON.
2) When the temperature at
the time of READY is
about 40C lower than the
set temperature.

The retransfer roller


temperature is detected
with a thermistor.
When the temperature
has dropped about
10C from READY.

Treatment contents
1) Check that the door interlock switch is pressed normally.
When it is pressed normally, the cooling fan on the left
side of the printer operates.
2) Check the mechanism pressing the switch.
1) Check that the cleaning roller interlock switch is pressed
normally.

Exchange parts
* Door interlock
switch,
Main circuit board
* Door
* Cleaning roller
interlock switch,
Main circuit board

2) Check the mechanism pressing the switch.


1) Check that the cassette interlock switches for ink and
retransfer film both are pressed correctly.

1) Check that the connector is connected correctly to the thermal head.


2) When Vth power can not be put out from the power supply unit.
3) When the A/D circuit of the analog power circuit board is
defective.

* Cleaning roller unit


* Cassette interlock
switch, Main circuit
board
* Ink cassette,
Retransfer
cassette
* Thermal head
* Power supply unit
* Main
circuit board

This is a defect of the heater control system.


1) Analog power circuit board: Defect of the circuit
performing A/D conversion for the thermistor.
2) Heater protector circuit board.
3) Heat roller unit: Defective thermistor etc.

* Main circuit
board
* Heater protector
circuit board
* Heat roller unit

This is a defect of the heater control system.


1) Analog power circuit board: Defect of the circuit
performing A/D conversion for the thermistor.
2) Heater protector circuit board.
3) Retranser roller unit: Defective thermistor etc.
Thermistor: Measure with a tester - about 220 k at
normal temperature and about 1 k at 200C.
4) Measure the thermostat with a tester and confirm a
value of about 2 or 3 . The resistance is infinite in case
of abnormalities.
5) Defective power supply unit.

* Main
circuit board

Check for a wire break of the thermistor.


1) Thermistor: Measure with a tester - about 220 k at
normal temperature and about 1 k at 200C.
2) When the thermistor is normal: Defective analog power
circuit board, CPU circuit board.

* Heat roller unit


* Main circuit board

2) Check the mechanism pressing the switch.

* Heater protector
circuit board
* Heat roller unit
*Heat roller unit

* Power supply unit

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Error item
No.
21 RR Overheat
Bend remedial
roller overheat

22 RR Broken
Defective bend
remedial roller

23 RR Sensor Broken
Defective bend
remedial roller
thermistor

Error detection contents


The temperature of the bend
remedial roller is detected with
a thermistor, and an error is
caused when this temperature
exceeds about 220C.
When this temperature is
exceeded, the thermostat
operates and the circuit is cut.
1) When the temperature
does not rise even
after about 30 sec.
have passed since
heater ON.
2) When the temperature
at the time of READY
is about 40C lower
than the set
temperature.

The bend remedial


roller temperature is
detected with a
thermistor.
When the temperature
has dropped about
10C from READY.
24 Overcool
The TPS0220-001-H
Overcooling
circuit board has a
sensor for detection of
the ambient
temperature.
When detection by this
sensor has become
impossible.
25 Head Overheat
The thermal head has a
Head overheat
built-in thermistor, and
the density is kept
constant according to
the temperature of the
head.
When head temperature
exceeds 70C
26 EEPROM Broken
This unit has two
Defective EEPROM EEPROMs.
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

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Printer CFG Err


MG Unconnected
MG Mechanical
MG Hardware
MG Write
MG Read
MG Communicate
EXT.Unconnected
EXT.SW Setting
EXT.Jam
EXT.Communicate

Treatment contents
This is a defect of the heater control system.
1) Analog power circuit board: Defect of the circuit
performing A/D conversion for the thermistor.
2) Heater protector circuit board: Only the 200 V system is
confirmed. The 100 V system is passed through.
3) Heat roller unit: Defective thermistor etc.
This is a defect of the heater control system.
1) Analog circuit board: Defect of the circuit performing A/D
conversion for the thermistor.
2) Heater protector circuit board.
3) Bend remedial roller unit: Defective thermistor etc.
Thermistor: Measure with a tester - about 220 k at
normal temperature and about 1 k at 200C.
4) Measure the thermostat with a tester and confirm a
value of about 2 or 3 . The resistance is infinite in case
of abnormalities.
5) Defective power supply unit.
1) Thermistor: Measure with a tester - about 220 k at
normal temperature and about 1 k at 200C.
2) When the thermistor is normal: Defective analog power
circuit board, CPU circuit board.

1) Exchange the thermistor circuit board.


2) Analog power circuit board, CPU circuit board.

Exchange parts
* Heater protector
circuit board
* Heat roller unit
* Main circuit board
* Heater protector
circuit board

* Heat roller unit


* Heat roller unit
* Power supply
unit
* Heat roller unit

* Main
circuit board,
Thermistor
circuit board

* Raise circumference
temperature.
* Cooling fan,
Filter

3) When the circumference temperature is 5C or less.


1) Does the cooling fan operate? Check that the filters on
both sides are not clogged. In case of clogging, clean or
exchange the filters.
2) Does the thermal head cooling fan operate normally?
Perform cleaning.
3) In case of reoccurrence, the thermal head is defective.
Exchange the head.
1) When the head EEPROM is defective.
2) When the EEPROM on the CPU circuit board is
defective.

Refer to subsection 3.4 in "MGI encode unit" and subsection 4 in "Large-type IC unit"

* Thermal head
cooling fan
* Thermal head

* Main circuit
board
* Thermal head.

2. Printing Defects and Countermeasures


Printing defect

Cause

Countermeasure

The printing result has horizontal lines (pulling wrinkles).

1) When large areas have


been printed with high
density.
2) When the back tension
is strong.

1) When large areas are to be printed, set "Default LUT" of


maintenance in the service mode to "Standrd" or "Low".
2) Check for smooth turning of the spring of the ink cassette. Disassembly and clean if the spring does not turn
smoothly.
3) Check for smooth turning of the bobbin on the supply side.
Exchange the cassette if the bobbin is not turning
smoothly.

Spring

KXL46255-001

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Bobbin holder for supply

4) Check for a heavy load of mechanism, motor, etc. on the


ink supply side.
No transfer to the left or the
right side of the card.

1) Retransfer position is
wrong.
2) Card stop position is
wrong.

1) Confirm if the operation of the card edge sensor and the


film sensor is normal, and if these sensors are firmly secured.
2) When sensors are replaced, setting Offset Trf X for the
film sensor and/or setting Offset Card X for the card edge
sensor shall be adjusted.

Large card bend


(in case of single-sided printing)

Heat deformation occurs


easily especially with PVC
cards.

1) The environmental temperature to use is adjusted to the


temperature range of specification. If this is still not sufficient, additionally lower the temperature setting for the
retransfer roller to reduce deformation by heat.
2) Adjust the temperature setting and the cooling time setting for the bend remedial roller.
3) When double-sided printing is done with the temperature
setting for the bend remedial roller set to a high value, the
cards will become deformed.
When the card is deformed with a convex face and a
concave reverse-side, make the reverse retransfer speed
higher or change the setting of the bend remedy mode.

(in case of double-sided printing)

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Printing defect

Cause

Countermeasure

Characters or photos appear as double images.

The ink ribbon feed system


is not constant.

1) Use the off-line test of service mode to print registration


patterns.
Confirm that the horizontal and vertical lines are within
two dots.
2) Check the take-up condition of ink ribbon and retransfer
film.
If the take-up is not uniform, check the condition of the
shaft of the ink cassette.
3) Check that ink ribbon and retransfer film are set correctly
when they are installed in the cassette.
For the retransfer film, check that the film is in the guide.
4) Check that the platen solenoid is pulled completely.
5) Check the belt tension and the screw tighteness of the
drive pully on the retransfer film supply motor.

1) The card is dirty.


2) The use environment
temperature is low.
3) The card material is not
suitable.

1) Check that the card surface has not been touched with
bare hands.
2) Use the unit at a higher use environment temperature.
3) Raise the temperature setting for the retransfer roller.
4) Lower the retransfer speed.
5) Wipe the card surface with alcohol.
6) In case of small retransfer defects, check for dirt and dust.
* Cleaning roller
* Fan and filter

Defective thermal head.

1) Clean the thermal head.


2) When perfectly white lines occur, there are some broken
heater element and the head must be exchanged.
3) When the same pattern is printed continuously, only those
lines become thin.

Defective registration

Some part is not transferred correctly


(remains on the film side).

(Retransfer defect)

There are white lines in the


printing result or the printing is thin.

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Printing defect

Cause

Countermeasure

The picture position is


shifted vertically or horizontally.

1) Setting of the retransfer


film
2) Ink ribbon, retransfer
film
3) Card

1) Refer to page 31 of the instruction manual and check the


film type setting.
2) Check the winding condition of the ink ribbon and the
retransfer film.
If the winding is not uniform, check the condition of the
shaft of the ink cassette.
3) In case of preprinted cards, use "Offset Prt Y" or "Offset
Trf X" of maintenance in service mode to adjust the position to that design.

123456789

123456789

123456789

123456789

Resin characters are


blurred
Resin characters are thin.
Resin characters are missing parts.

1) Character font
2) Head or platen roller
wear

ABCDE

ABCDE

ABCDE

1) When small characters are printed with a fine font, the


characters may become blurred or may be missing some
parts.
In such a case, increase the character size or use bold
characters.
In case of using small characters due to print image design , refer to page 30 of the instruction manual.
2) When the head or the platen roller is worn out due to long
time use, characters may be printed with some parts missing. In that case replace with a new head or platen roller.

* Resin character : When a


character is printed in black
ink.

The printing result shows


white spots.

1)
2)
3)
4)

Dust on the card


Dirty cleaning roller
Dirty internal rollers
Dirty filter

This case occurs with printing to film.


(This is different from defective retransfer.)
1) Remove any dirt from the cards.
2) Clean the cleaning roller. Exchange the cleaning roller if
needed.
3) Clean the internal rollers with cleaning card.
4) Clean the fan filters. Exchange the filters if needed.
5) When this occurs every time at the same position in horizontal direction, a dent in the platen roller or retransfer
roller can be considered.

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Printing defect
Lines appear.
(In case of lines at uniform
intervals)

(In case of random occurrence)

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Cause
1) Uneven feed.

Countermeasure
1) When this is notable with thin background colors, the ink
ribbon is not being wound uniformly.
Check the ink take-up motor and the mechanism.
Check for smooth rotation of the bobbin holder of the
ink cassette.

1) When this is notable with normal printing, the ink cassette has not been inserted completely. Confirm that it
has been inserted until a cassette button locks.

3. Power Supply Check


1.

The power supply unit outputs the following four kinds of voltages.
Source Device

2.

Target PWB

Usage

5V

Power Supply Unit

H.T.Protector

MAIN

DRIVE

FRONT

5V Logic IC

12V

Power Supply Unit

MAIN

DRIVE

FRONT

Analog IC (Amp, Comp etc)

24V

Power Supply Unit

MAIN

DRIVE

Actuator

Vth

Power Supply Unit

MAIN

Thermal Head

The voltages output from the power supply unit can be checked with the LEDs on the PWB of
the unit.

1) Vth:
2) 24 V:
3) 5 V:

The LED lights only during printing.


The LED lights when the ink cassette and film cassette are present and the door is closed.
The LED lights when the power switch is ON.

TOP

5V 24V Vth

3.

The voltages generated in the MAIN PWB are output to their target PWBs. For details, see the
overall block diagram.
3.3V

Regulator IC (5V to 3.3V)

CPU

USB IF

MAIN

3.3V LV IC (CPU, Memory etc)

1.9V

Regulator IC (5V to 1.9V)

CPU

CPU(only)

2.5V

Regulator IC (5V to 2.5V)

CPU

FPGA(only)

MAIN

DRIVE

Reference Voltage (ADC etc)

CPU

5VREF
3.3VREF

Shunt Regulator (12V to 5V)

Reference Voltage
(ADC in CPU (only))

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MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS
1. Cleaning
The following parts should be cleaned as instructed of the list when you repair the unit.
No.

Part name

1
2
3
4

Thermal head
Cleaning roller
Feed roller
Card feed rollers

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Platen roller
Fan filters (three places)
MG head
Bobbin inner
Shaft of Ink Cassette / Film Cassette
Bearings of each rotating part and around them
Card housing of hopper and around it
Interior of hopper
Inner side of front door, cassette slot
Dust inside set and on inner side of top cover

Cleanning metod
Clean with alcohol .(dehydrated ethanol.)
Wash it after repair.
Clean with alcohol .(dehydrated ethanol.)
Use alcohol (anhydrous alcohol), or use a cleaning card and then implement
CLEANING in USER MODE.
Clean with alcohol. (dehydrated ethanol.)
Clean with the vacuum cleaner etc.
Use a cleaning card.
Clean with the vacuum cleaner etc.
Alcohol (Use anhydrous alcohol)
Clean with a vacuum cleaner, or wipe with a dry cloth
Clean with a vacuum cleaner, or wipe with a dry cloth
Clean with a vacuum cleaner, or wipe with a dry cloth
Clean with a vacuum cleaner, or wipe with a dry cloth
Remove the top cover, then clean the dust on the inner side and inside the
set with a vacuum cleaner.
Film cassette(green)

2. Lubrication

Apply the grease by


four grains of sesame
between the white
sheet and the spring of
the bobbin.And rotate
the bobbins to make
the grease uniformly
spread over the white
sheet.Wipe out the
excessive grease.

Apply the grease as illustrated to the ink ribbon cassette after


every 5,000 pcs of cards are printed. There is no need for
periodic application of oil or grease except this parts , but
application should be made to the new parts at the time of parts
exchange. When the oil or grease on the opposite part appears
dirty, wipe it off and apply new oil or grease.
Caution
Refer to the "Parts table" in the disassembly drawing for the
locations for application of oil or grease and the oil or grease
to be used.

Supply bobin
(green)

3. Maintenance Inspections for Main Parts and Execution Standard


This standard table applies for standard conditions, and there may be large differences according to the use environment
and the use conditions. When the maintenance inspections are not performed suitably, the following times will not only be
shortened considerably, but there may also be other bad influences. However, deformation or ageing may occur for rubber
parts also when they are stored or not used for a long time.
Part No.
CX320-HD1
TFS0116-002
TSS0181-002
TSS0182-002
CX220-FFK1
KEF1041-002
CX220-FAN2
KEF1037
KEF1042-002
CX220-PIM1
CX220-INW1
CX220-INS1
CX220-MWM1
TSS0179-002
KJY32771-045
KJY32771-030
KJY32771-044
KJY32771-032
KJY32771-035
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Part name
Head assembly
C.L. roller assembly
Heater assembly
Reform heater assembly
Fan filter assembly
Suction
Card cooling fan
Head cooling fan
Ventilation
Card pick up motor
Ink take-up motor
Ink supply motor
Film take-up motor
Platen solenoid
Timing belt
Timing belt
Timing belt
Timing belt
Timing belt

Replacement
30,000 screens
About one year
2,000 hours
2,000 hours
About one year
40,000 hours
20,000 hours
40,000 hours
40,000 hours
200,000 cards or more
180,000 screens
180,000 screens
120,000 screens
100,000 screens
100,000 screens
100,000 screens
100,000 screens
100,000 screens
100,000 screens

Remarks
At the time of YMCK printing
Half a year with a high use frequency
With power save OFF
With power save OFF

Operates only for retransfer.

DC motor
DC motor
DC motor
DC motor
Belt for film supply motor and card feed motor
Belt for card feed motor
Belt for card feed motor
Belt for card feed motor
Belt for card feed motor

4. Periodic Inspection Items


In case of performing periodic inspections by means of a maintenance contract, please use a copy of the following sheet.
No.
Item
1 Checks before
the inspection

Inspection contents
Serial No.
Total No. of prints.
Head printing colors.
Confirmation of the take-up condition for ink ribbon and retransfer film.
Sample data printing (operation confirmation before the inspection).
1. Color pattern 2. Step pattern. Both sides, one card each

Inspection standard
Work contents
Remarks
(Cleaning, exchange, adjustment)
prints
No. of normally discharged cards
colors
Counted for each color
Uneven winding within 2 mm
Registration within 2 dots.
No thermal head wire break.

No.
Item
2 Related to
the supply tray

Inspection contents
Check that the card passage opening permits only a single card to pass.
Check the operation of the card push lever.
Check for deformation of the lever of the supply tray detection switch.

Inspection standard
Work contents
Remarks
Supply of only one card
Thickness switching plate
Push lever
Check for smooth movement when moved by hand.
Switch
An error is caused when the tray is removed.

No.
Item
3 Cassetterelated

Inspection contents
Inspection standard
Work contents
Remarks
Check for a bent or broken cassette shaft.
No visual abnormalities
Cassette
Check the rotation of the bobbin holder of the cassette.
Check for smooth movement when moved by hand.
Cassette
Is the grease applied between the white sheet and the spring periodically.(every 5,000pcs cards) Check for uneven feed
Gray pattern

No.
Item
4 Related to
the turn unit

Inspection contents
Use the turn unit motor test in service mode to turn the turn unit.

Inspection standard
Smooth operation of the turn unit

No.
Item
5 Roller-related

Inspection contents
Check the card supply feed roller surface for damage and deterioration and clean it.
Check the surface of the cleaning roller for damage, check the adhesive power, and clean it.
Check the surface of the roller in the turn unit for damage and deterioration and clean it.
Check the surfaces of the six card transport main rollers for damage and deterioration and clean them.
Check the surface of heat roller for damage and deterioration.
Remove the bend remedy roller and check the surface for damage and deterioration.
Clean the platen roller and finally print a gray pattern and check for white on a colored background.

Inspection standard
Work contents
There shall be a peak.
There shall be adhesive power after cleaning.
No visual defects
No visual defects
No visual defects
No visual defects
There shall be no white on a colored background.

Remarks
Card supply roller
With normal use, the life is about one year.

No.
Item
6 Head-related

Inspection contents
Disassembly/cleaning of the platen solenoid
Cleaning of the thermal head

Inspection standard
Smooth movement of the plunger
No visual dirt

Work contents

Remarks
Exchange if the life has been exceeded.
The life is 30,000 screens.

No.
Item
7 Sensorrelated

Inspection contents
Clean the slit of the ink start position sensor with a cotton swab.
Cleaning of the disk and the sensor for detection of the ink feed amount
Perform the "Ink Tup Enc" test in service mode.
Perform the "Ink SPY Enc" test in service mode.
Perform the "Media Tup Enc" test in service mode.

Inspection standard
Start from Y of the ink
No color deviation
No error
No error
No error

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
8 Fan-related

Inspection contents
Confirm that the head cooling fan is operating at all times.
Confirm operation of the card cooling fan at the time of film separation at the time of retransfer operation.
Confirm that the suction fan is operating at all times.
Confirm that the ventilation fan is operating at all times.
Clean all filters.

Inspection standard
Operation at all times
Operation at the time of retransfer
Operation at all times
Operation at all times
No clogging

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
9 Motor-related

Inspection contents
Check the motor with the ink take-up motor test in service mode.
Check the motor with the ink supply motor test in service mode.
Check the motor with the retransfer film take-up motor test in service mode.
Check the motor with the card pick up motor test in service mode.

Inspection standard
Smooth rotation at the time of start
Smooth rotation at the time of start
Smooth rotation at the time of start
Smooth rotation at the time of start

Work contents

Inspection contents
Check all belts for stretching and lost teeth.

Inspection standard
No elongation or lost teeth

Work contents

Remarks

Inspection standard
Cleaning
No errors.
No scratches.

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
12 IC-related

Inspection contents
Inspection standard
Perform the contact ON/OFF test for the contact IC encoder in service mode. Contact cleaning
Disassembly/cleaning of the contact ON/OFF solenoid
Cleaning

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
13 Printingrelated

Inspection contents
Measure the position of an enclosure line.
Check that there is no uneven density of the Vth pattern.
Resin black confirmation
Confirm that there are no wrinkles.
Check that there are no scratches and no dirt.
Check that there are no retransfer defects.
Check for feed deviations.

Inspection standard
X= ,
Y=
Check for uneven density.
Black ink confirmation
No wrinkles
No scratches, no dirt
No retransfer defects
No notable feed deviations.

Work contents

Remarks
Color pattern
Vth pattern
Black pattern
Step pattern

No.
Item
Inspection contents
14 Interlock-related Check that the buzzer sounds when the printer door is opened.
Confirm the following operations.
1. Cassette 2. Cleaning roller unit 3. Card tray

Inspection standard
Error display on the LCD.

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
15 Final
confirmations

Inspection standard
Communication test
Registration within 2 dots.
No thermal head wire break.

Work contents

Remarks

No.
Item
10 Belt-related

No.
Item
Inspection contents
11 MG-related
Perform MG head cleaning in user mode.
(when built in) Perform the read/write test for the MG encoder in service mode.
In this case, there shall be no scratches to the stripe.

Inspection contents
Perform printing of sample data from the personal computer (several cards continuously).
Printing of sample data (for storage)
1. Color pattern 2. Step pattern, one card each
Final cleaning. Switch off the power and clean the cleaning roller.

Work contents

Remarks
Turn unit

Exchange when the life has been exceeded.


Exchange when the life has been exceeded.
Platen

With normal use, the life is about one year.


Remarks
The life is about 180,000 screens.
The life is about 120,000 screens.
The life is about 200,000 cards.

Gray pattern

Error display on the LCD.

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5. Trouble Diagnosis Sheet


When there has been a repair request from a user, copy the following sheet and distribute it to the users to increase the
repair efficiency.
Entry date:
Installation location:

Tel. No. or fax No.

Person in charge

Trouble reception Date:

Unit serial No.

Printer print counter value

Trouble item
Defective
printing

Symptom

Concrete contents *Mark close symptoms with a circle, and not applicable draw a simple sketch in the frame.

Superimposed printing of characters


or photos
Blurred characters or photos

Lines or wrinkles appear in the


characters or photos.

Screen position deviation in vertical


direction (about
mm)
Screen position deviation in horizontal
direction (about
mm)

Blurred characters
Smudged characters
Missing parts of characters
Ink serial No.
(
)
Missing printing or color as caused by
sticking dirt
Comparatively large missing printing
Nothing is printed.
The film is/is not transferred. (Large
missing parts)
Film serial No. (
)
Card jam

TOTAL

Where did the card jam occur?


Mark the location in the figure on the right.

c
123456789

123456789

d
123456789

ABCDE

ABCDE

ABCDE

Retransfer film cassette

123456789

HEAD
Occurrence frequency
Sometimes
( / )
Always
At the time of film exchange
(before, after)
Unknown
Sometimes
( / )
Always
At the time of film exchange
(before, after)
Unknown
Sometimes
( / )
Always
At the time of film exchange
(before, after)
First time in the morning
Unknown
Sometimes
( / )
Always
At the time of film exchange
(before, after)
Unknown
Sometimes
( / )
Always
At the time of film exchange
(before, after)
First time in the morning
Unknown

Ink ribbon cassette

Thermal head
Magnetic head
Card turn table
Card feed roller

Cleaning roller
Card supply roller

Retransfer roller (heat roller)


Bend remedy roller (heat roller)

Others

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Enter the symptoms as


concretely as possible.

Provide more details in regard to the conditions at the time of occurrence.


1. LCD error message (
)
2. At what kind of operation did the trouble occur?
At the time of power ON
During continuous printing
At the time of ink ribbon/film exchange
After card supply
After the installation conditions had changed because of a layout change etc.
Others (
)
3. Occurrence frequency
Continuously
Sometimes
Unknown
4. Has the same trouble occurred in the past?
First time
Yes

ADJUSTMENT
1. Layout of the adjustment elements
Main circuit board

VR1
GND

REAR
MAIN PWB

VR1

Reference voltage for thermal head automatic adjustment

2. Adjustment
1) Never turn VR1 on the main circuit board . The service repair circuit board has been adjusted before shipping.

3. Caution Items for the Time of Exchange of the Main Circuit Board
1) When the main circuit board is exchanged, the user mode and service mode settings must be stored on the new
circuit board.
For details, refer to the item "2.6 Parameters Push/Pop" of service mode.
2) For the other circuit boards and units, there is only exchange.

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MG ENCODING UNIT
1. MG Encoding Specifications
1.1 Magnetic Encoder Specifications
1) Suitable cards (1)
Type ID-1 magnetic stripe cards as specified in ISO 7810, 7811, 7812
Coercivity
: Hi-co
: 218 x 103 A/m (2750 Oe) (high coercive force)
Lo-co
: 238 x 102 A/m (300 Oe) (low coercive force)
Recording density
: Track 1, 3 : 210 bpi 10%
Track 2
: 75 bpi 5%
Recording method
: F2F modulation (specified in ISO 7811/7812)
Card dimensions
: 85.6 mm x 54.0 mm x 0.76 mm
2) Suitable cards (2)
Type JIS-II magnetic stripe cards as specified in JIS-X6301/6302
Coercivity
: Lo-co
: 515 x 102 A/m (650 Oe) (low coercive force)
Recording density
: 210 bpi 10%
Recording method
: F2F modulation (specified in JIS-X6302)
Card dimensions
: 85.6 mm x 54.0 mm x 0.76 mm
3) IC encoder specifications
Suitable cards
: IC cards with external terminals as specified in ISO 7816
Contact specifications : 8 contacts (corresponding to ISO 7816 specifications)

1.2 General Equipment Specifications


External dimensions : 140 (W) x 260 (D) x 170 (H) mm
Mass
: 1.5 kg (only MG unit)
Card feed speed
: 150 mm/s 10%
Power supply
: DC 5 V 5% 0.3 A, DC 24 V 5% 1.6 A
Use environment conditions:
Temperature: 15C to 30C
Humidity
: 35% to 70%
Storage environment conditions:
Temperature: -15C to 55C
Humidity
: 20% to 80%

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2. Block Diagram
2.1 MG Unit Block Diagram

Serial Port

Main PWB

Printer

CN1

SW1

I/F

MG MAIN PWB

SW2

SW3

J3

5V

Solenoid

MG Encode
Curcuit

Drive

Error

(for Test)

Motor Drive

J4

J7

Micro SW

LED

CPU
H8/3039F

J5

J6
(Only producton line use)

C-PWB
CN9

B-PWB

CN12

CN8
CN11

F- PWB

Motor

CN10

MG Write
Encode sensor

CN6
CN7

CN5

E-PWB

(JIS)

MG
Head(ISO)

Card

Contact

Contact
IC Card

Head detect
sensor x3

PWB

I/F

DC Power

Encode PWB

< User Option>


Solenoid
Drive PWB

Main PWB

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2.2 Connection Diagram

DRIVE PWB

J10

MG/IC BLOCK

J14

Head Sensor

J3

J4

MG MAIN PWB

J8

Head Sensor

J5

J1

210 Encode
Sensor

CN1

J9

MAIN PWB

J7
A

J15

Serial I/F

CN01

CN3 J
CN4

CN10
ICC02

ISO MG Head

Relay PWB

Head I/F PWB

CN6
CN5 CN7

KWH4139-10

CN9 CN12
CN11 CN8

CONTACT
IC ENCODER PWB
(OPTION)

CN10

Solenoide IC Contact

Contact PWB

75 Encode
Sensor

CN2

Sensor PWB Sensor PWB

Stepping Motor

Sensor PWB

Head Sensor

CN13

Card Sensor

PRINTER UNIT

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3. MG Encoding Unit Exchange Method


3.1 Repair Classification
For the repair of MG encoding unit, send-back the whole printeri ncludeing the MG encoding unit to the factory .

3.2 Exchange Method


For each MG unit, the track position (TRK), the IC contact position (IC), and the MG write start position (STX) are
different.
Accordingly, when the circuit board or the MG unit has been exchanged, the DIP switches on the MG main circuit
board must be switched. The DIP switch specifications are shown on the next page.

1. Check the contents of the seal on the MG unit.


2. Switch the DIP switches.
1) TRK position
Switch the bits 1 to 4 of SW2 on the MG main circuit
board. Set the switches with a black mark to ON.
2) IC contact position
Switch the bits 5 to 8 of SW2 on the MG main circuit
board.
Set the switches with a black mark to ON.
3) STX position
Switch the bits 1 to 4 of SW3 on the MG main circuit
board.
Set the switches with a black mark to ON.

3. Install the MG main circuit board or the MG unit in


the printer.
Depending, on the way how the MG unit was installed, an error in the value of track position may
happen.
In that case, confirm of each value and re-adjust in
the following steps.

Seal

ISO
TRK
SW1 - 2 - - ON SW2 1 2 3 4
ON

JIS
or

TRK
SW1 - 2 - - ON SW2 1 2 3 4
ON

IC
SW2 5 6 7 8
ON

IC
SW2 5 6 7 8
ON

STX
SW3 1 2 3 4
ON

STX
SW3 1 2 3 4
ON

KXL46276-004

KXL46276-005

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4. Execute the MG read/write test after selecting MG(JIS/ISO) in the Test Select(Off-line Test of Service mode).
Apply the magnetic medium developing liquid on the magnetic stripe of the tested card so as to be able to see the
track. And confirm that the positions of the tracks are within the specification, by measuring with slide calipers.
If out of the specification, compensate the values according to the DIP. Switch Specifications.
When the setting of DIP. Switch is changed, turn the power off and on, and execute the read/write test again to
re-confirm of the track positions.

Specification

ISO Track
Position

a: 5.66mm or less
b: 8.46~8.97mm
c: 8.46~8.97mm
d: 11.76~12.27mm
e: 12.01~12.52mm
f: 15.32~15.82mm

Card edge
a

b c

1st track magnetic stripe

measure at the center


(holizontal direction)

Specification

a: 6.3mm or less
b: 6.0mm or more
c: 11.7mm or more

JIS Track
Position

2nd track magnetic stripe


3rd track magnetic stripe

Card edge
a
c

1st track magnetic stripe

measure at the center


(holizontal direction)

5. Confirm IC contact position in the following steps.


Attach the contact label(KXL46372-001) on the IC chip of IC card.
Use the service mode Off-line Test to execute IC Contact Test.
After completing the test, measure the contact scratches on the contact label with slide calipers and confirm that they are within the specification. If out of the specification, compensate the values according
to the DIP. Switch Specifications.When the setting of DIP. Switch is
changed, turn the power off and on, and execute the IC Contact Test
again.
CONTACT LABEL:(PART NO.KXL46372-001)




 






70

   
   
   
   
    
    

3.3 DIP Switch Specifications

MG head select

SW1
No
1

No.1
Specifications

ON

MG head select

OFF

2 MG card stop position adjustment (TRK)

Never touch the bits 2 to 8.


Head specifications Always use the unit with these
ISO head installed switches set to ON.
When these switches are set to OFF,
JIS head installed an MG-related error
will be caused at the time of power ON.

MG card stop position adjustment (track position)


No.1
Adjustment value (mm)
No.2
No.3

SW1No.2

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

0.1

ON

ON

OFF

ON

0.2

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

0.3

SW2

ON

ON

ON

OFF

0.4

No

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

0.5

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

0.6

Fixed to ON

Specifications
MG card stop position

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

0.7

OFF

ON

ON

ON

0.8

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

0.9

OFF

2
3

adjustment (TRK)

ON

OFF

ON

1.0

IC card stop position

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

1.1

adjustment

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

1.2

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

1.3

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

1.4

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

1.5

MG card stop position adjustment


No.4

Adjustment direction

ON

Plus direction

OFF

Minus direction

IC card stop position adjustment (IC contact position)


Track

TRK minus
direction

TRK plus
direction

STX plus
direction

STX minus
direction

No.5

No.6

No.7

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

0.2

ON

OFF

ON

0.4

OFF

OFF

ON

0.6

ON

ON

OFF

0.8

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

1.2

OFF

OFF

OFF

1.4

IC card stop position adjustment


No.8

SW3
No

Specifications

Adjustment value (mm)

Adjustment direction

ON

Plus direction

OFF

Minus direction

STX position adjustment (data write start position)

No.1

No.2

No.3

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

0.25

3
4

STX position adjustment

Adjustment value (mm)

ON

OFF

ON

0.5

OFF

OFF

ON

0.75

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

1.25

ON

OFF

OFF

1.5

OFF

OFF

OFF

1.75

STX position adjustment


No.4

Adjustment direction

ON

Plus direction

OFF

Minus direction

71

3.4 MG-related Error Messages


There are four LEDs on the MG main circuit board. The error contents and the countermeasures are explained according
to the lighting of these LEDs.
No LCD indication on the printer

LEDs on the MG main circuit board


D1 D2 D3 D4

Printer door open


DC 24 V
wire break

Door Open

MG Unconnected

MG Mechanical

Mechanical error

MG Hardware

Hardware error

MG Write

MG write error

MG Read

MG read error

Treatment
1) Close the printer door.
1) Does the power supply unit put out 24 V?
2) Is the I/F cable connected correctly?
1) Is the flexible wire deformed?
2) Defective MG head feed motor or sensorrelated defect.
3) Defective MG main circuit board

On the side of the MG unit


1) Clean the MG head.
2) Check the stripe of the MG card for scratches.
Card
Scratches are caused for new cards MG head
3) Is the flexible wire deformed?
4) Check the DIP switch settings on the MG main circuit board.
5) Defective MG main circuit board
6) Life of the MG head
On the side of the printer
1) Check the setting direction of the MG cards
2) Confirm the Hico and Loco settings.
3) Defective drive circuit board
4) Confirm the operation of the card feed motor.
5) Check the card feed roller for dirt and clean as required.
6) Is there burr or similar at both ends of the MG stripe?

1) Is the I/F cable connected correctly?


2) Defective MG main circuit board
Communication error
3) Confirm the DIP switch settings on the MG
with the printer
main circuit board.

MG Communicate

No error message (when


an error has been
detected on the side of
the personal computer)

IC encoding error

: Blinking

72

Cause

: OFF

On the side of the MG unit


1) Confirm the DIP switch settings on the MG
main circuit board.
2) Defective MG main circuit board
3) IC contact life
4) Defective IC I/F circuit board
On the side of the printer
1) Confirm the IC card setting direction.
2) Defective drive circuit board
3) Confirm the operation of the card feed motor.
4) Check the card feed roller for dirt and clean as required.

LARGE IC UNIT
1. Removal of Each Part
3 QYSDSP3006Nx5

1.1 Removal of the Top Cover


The top cover can be removed after the nine screws
(3) have been removed.

1.2 Removal of the Front Panel


The front panel can be removed after
the four screws (15) have been removed.
QYSDSP4008Nx4

1.3 Removal of the Mechanical Unit


The mechanical unit can be removed after the six
screws (16) have been removed. Remove the mechanical unit for solenoid exchange.

1.4 Removal of the IC Main Circuit Board


1) Remove the two screws (17).
2) Disconnect the connectors from the circuit board and
pull the circuit board to remove it.

15
QYSDSP3006Nx2

Caution
Before exchange, set the DIP switches SW1 and SW2
according to the circuit board setting.

15
QYSDSP3006Nx2

BASE SA

QYSPSPD3006Nx2

IC MAIN PWB SA

16
QYSPSPD
3006Nx2

QYSPSPD3006Nx2
CN6

16

CN7

17

CN3

CN6
CN7

CN3

16
QYSPSPD3006Nx2

1.5 Others
For removal of other parts, refer to the Parts table.

73

2. Block Diagram
SERIAL1

PRT I/F

SERIAL2

CN1

5V

Error

SW1

LED
SW2

IC MAIN PWB
CPU
H8/3039F

CN3/CN8

DC5V

CN4/CN9

DC12V

CN5/CN10

DC24V

DC24V

Motor
CN7

Motor Drive

CN12

Solenoide
Drive
CN11
CN13

CN6

PWB

Contact

Antenna
Card Position
Sensor

DC

Serial

Power

I/F

Antenna
Card

IC Contact
PWB

IC Card Encode PWB


(Contact or Contactless)

<User Option>
Solenoid

74

3. DIP Switch Specifications


3.1 Specifications
Do not touch bits 1 to 4 of SW1 and SW2. Always use the unit with these bits set to ON. When these are set to OFF,
an IC-related error will be caused at the time of power ON.
SW1
No

Specifications

1
2
3

Fixed to ON

5
7

No.5

Adjustment direction

ON

Plus direction

OFF

Minus direction

Contact IC card stop position adjustment

4
6

Contact IC card stop position adjustment

IC card stop position adjustment

No.6

No.7

No.8

ON

ON

ON

Adjustment value (mm)


0

OFF

ON

ON

0.18

ON

OFF

ON

0.36

OFF

OFF

ON

0.54

ON

ON

OFF

0.72

SW2

OFF

ON

OFF

0.90

No

ON

OFF

OFF

1.08

OFF

OFF

OFF

1.26

Specifications

1
2
3

Fixed to ON

3.2 IC Card Stop Position Adjustment


This adjustment is required when the positioning sensor for contact IC cards or the IC contact has been exchanged.

1. Contact label is attached on the IC chip.

CONTACT LABEL:(PART NO.KXL46372-001)

2. Use the service mode Offline Test to test the external IC unit. Repeat the test 2 or 3 times, so that contact scratches
can be observed easily.

75

(Standard)

direction
c

direction

a : 10.25~12.25 mm
b : 17.87~19.87 mm
c : 19.23~20.93 mm
d : 21.77~23.47 mm
e : 24.31~26.01 mm
f : 26.85~28.55 mm

3. After completion of the test, measure the contact scratches on the CONTACT LABEL with slide calipers and confirm
4.

that the above a and f are within the standard.


When the values of c to f are outside the standard, first set the direction with bit 5 of SW1, and then set the
adjustment value with bits 6 to 8. The value of c to f can be adjusted, and "a" and "b" are only checked because
it cannot adjust.

4. Error Messages
No

76

Printer LCD indication

IC unit
LED (D1)
Lit

Cause
Disconnection 24V line

EXT.Unconnected

EXT.SW Setting

Blinking

Switch setting error

EXT.jam

Blinking

Jam error

EXT.Communicate

Blinking

Communication error with


the printer

No error message (when an


error has been detected on
the side of the personal

Not lit

IC encoding error

Treatment
1)
2)
3)
1)

Is the printer I/F cable connected correctly?


Defective IC main circuit board
Is 24V output by the printer?
Are the DIP switch settings on the IC main
circuit board correct?
2) Defective IC main circuit board
1) Is card feed performed correctly?
Card feed motor
Defective IC main circuit board
Defective card position sensor
Dirty feed roller
1) Is the printer I/F cable connected correctly?
2) The IC main circuit board or the analog
circuit board of the printer unit is defective.
(Caused by connecting/disconnecting the printer
I/F cable while the power is on,)
1) Are the DIP switch settings on the IC main
circuit board correct?
2) Confirm the IC card setting direction.
3) Defective IC main circuit board
4) Check the card feed roller for dirt and clean

5. Specifications of Connector on the IC Main Board


Printer I/F Connector (CN1)
Pin

Type

GND

RxD

Receive Data

nFWD

Control Signal for CPU

nRST

Reset

GND

GND

DC24V

DC24V

TxD

10

STATUS 0V

11

nMODE

12

DC12V

13

DC5V

14

GND

15

DC24V

Signal

Spec.

Send Data
Control Signal for CPU

5V DC Connectors (CN3/CN8)
Pin

Name

DC5V

GND

12V DC Connectors (CN4/CN9)


Pin

Name

DC12V

N.C

GND

(max 500mA Unit Total)

(max 300mA Unit Total)

24V DC Connectors (CN5/CN10)


Pin

Name

DC24V

GND

(max 1mA Unit Total)

IC Encode PWB I/F Connector (CN11)


Pin

Name

Short

GND

GND

Card set Signal

CTL

5V supply voltage

VCC

Signal ground

GND

Reset

RST

(C2)

Supply Voltage

VPP

(C6)

Clock

CLK

(C3)

Data

I/O

(C7)

RFU

(C4)

10

RFU

(C8)

Chip card

(C1)

77

EXPLODED VIEW AND ASSEMBLY LISTS


 ATTENTION

 Parts marked with ! are very important in terms of safety. When replacing any of these parts, be sure to use only
the specified parts to maintain safety.
 We do not supply any parts that are not listed or show a "-" in the parts column.
 This price may be changed to reflect fluctuations in the market price.
 There is a label on the rear panel of the printer which lists the version of the mechanism and power supply. When
placing an order for a part, be sure to check the version before ordering to avoid any possible incompatibilities.

MECHANICAL REV.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

ELECTRICAL REV. KXL46226-001


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

B
C

B
C

For example, in the above-mentioned case, the revision notation for the parts table is "M-B4".

78

< HOPPER ASSEMBLY


8
About 0 - 2 mm from the top.

Long side

19
PICK UP SA
Explanation drawing 1

15
Hook to case.

Explanation drawing 1

16

16

16

PICK UP SA

CARD CASE SA

Outside

Explanation drawing 2
(-002)
Screw thread
on the tip

17

17

(-002)

4
16

12

Hang it on TOK BEARING


after hooking the both end.

14

13

12

10
6

18

Attachment position of the slide sheet


Match here with the position of embossing.

Approx. 35 mm

Stick it to 0 - 1 mm inside embossing,


and not to overflow embossing

Explanation drawing 2
CARD CASE SA

REVISED

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJM34161-A01
KJV45558-A0A
CM46294-00A
KJJ46271-002
KJP10891-D01
KJZ46403-A01
KXL34095-A01
KJM33100-001
KJM33101-001
KJD45577-001

PICK UP ROL BASE


PICK UP ROLLER
ONE WAY GEAR ASY
TAP. SCREW
CARD CASE
SLIDE SHEET
CARD SET LABEL
SLIDER
CARD PUSH
HOPPER SHAFT

1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1

KJY45486-001
QYWLS61C215N
KJS33103-A03
QYSPSPD3006N
QYREE5000X
KJY44486-002
0081
KXC44641-001

TOK BEARING
LOCK WASHER
TENSION SPRING
ASY SCREW
E RING
OIL BEARING
STRIKE2
CAUTION LABEL

1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1

PART NO.

Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

79

< HOPPER ASSEMBLY


7
PICK UP BASE

0.25

0.76

Explanation drawing 1

11

10

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

80

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KJP45490-B01
KJM45489-B02

SEPARATOR PLATE
SEPARATOR

1
1

KJJ46271-004
QYSDSP3006N

ASY SCREW
SCREW

1
1

DESCRIPTION

< FRAME ASSEMBLY

11
11
7
3
5
7

10

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJP22167-D0A

PLATE F ASY

KJM33124- A01

CASSETTE BUTTON

KJM33124-A02

CASSETTE BUTTON

KJS33103-002

TENSION SPRING

YMC-05-H-0
QYREE5000X

MINI CLAMP
E RING

1
2

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

81

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


Explanation drawing 1

17

10

Apply the bond to the three


claws of a sensor.

10

DUCT FRAME SA

3
1
18

Apply a bond not to overflow


downward.

20

19

TPS0248-001-F

15
10

x2

Match four corners


with the hole on the
BKT.

10
29
KWS0764-002

22

14

KWS0614-003

10

21

(Connector of 9-pin side)

Explanation drawing 2
CENTER FRAME SA

Explanation drawing 6
FRONT SENSOR SA

F1

11

24

F1

INK FRAME SA
Explanation drawing 4

1p

(Side view)

HEAD RAIL SA
Explanation drawing 3

7
8
Clamp

14
27

13
13

Explanation drawing 7

82

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

Sticking

13
Sticking

Sticking

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJP33126-C01
KJP33127-B01
KJP33128-B01

DUCT A
DUCT B
DUCT FRAME

1
1
1

KJP22165-B01
KJP46606-001
KJP33145-B01
KJP33132-B01

CENTER FRAME
STOPPER PLATE
INK FRAME
HEAD RAIL

1
1
1
1

KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD3020N

TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW

7
2

KJZ45597-A01
YMC-05-H-0
LWS-1.5MS

BRUSH
MINI CLAMP
LOCKING WIRE SA

3
2
2

-----KJP45512-C01
GP1S09J0000F
TPS0248-001-F
KWS0614-003
KWS0764-002

BOND
SENSOR BKT
PHOTO SENSOR
CL.ROL.INTER.SW PWB
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
1
1

CX220-FAN2

FAN MOTOR

KJP33142-B01

FAN BKT

KJZ45597-A02

BRUSH

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

Card supply sensor


Ci.roller interlock switch

Card cooling fan

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


DUCT FRAME SA
Explanation drawing 1

MEDIA FRAME

Refer to front page for Explanation drawing 1 to 7.

1
HEAD RAIL SA
Explanation drawing 3

Pass the wire through the


notch in the bracket.

Explanation drawing 9

INK FRAME SA
Explanation drawing 4

GUIDE SA
Explanation drawing 8

F1

Explanation drawing 6
FRONT SENSOR SA

Explanation drawing 9

3
6
CENTER FRAME SA

Explanation drawing 9

Explanation drawing 2

F1

Explanation drawing 7

GUIDE SA

6
6

6
Explanation drawing 9

Wire clamping
1

Explanation drawing 8

Explanation drawing 8

1.Bind the sensor cable


with a binder using
the hole in the blacket.

Take out the cable


from a front side
and clamp it.

Front side

8
Note that the half punch does not get on BKT
when you fix the BKT by screw.

2.Clamp the sensor


cable so that the
edges of the
connector and the
adjacent bracket
are on the same
level.

About 10mm

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

KJP33144-C01
KJP45549-B01
KJM33160-001

MEDIA FRAME
GUIDE BKT
SIDE GUIDE

YMC-05-H-0
KJJ46271-003

MINI CLAMP
TAP SCREW

AN-1

BINDER

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

1
1
1
1
12
2

83

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


29

22
31

23

10

29
24
25

29

31

29

31

25

29

6
21

30

25

25

26

Explanation drawing 2

29
6

SIDE ADJUSTER SA

31

11
11

1
19

16

19

6
Explanation drawing 3

3
17

31

33

18
6
6

Explanation
drawing 1

Explanation drawing 4

31

ADJUST
ROLLER SA

Apply grease on
the edge and
inside the pipe.

Explanation
drawing 3
Explanation
drawing 1

12
28

13

14
28

ADJUST ROLLER SA

14

34

Explanation
drawing 2

35

SIDE ADJUSTER SA

34
35

Explanation drawing 3
BOBBIN SA
Used by one set (pair)

7
Explanation drawing 4

Attachment position

BOBBIN SA

27

SYMBOL
NO.
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
33
34
35

84

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.

Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KJP22168-D0A
0082-3-D-001-01
TB-1920

PLATE R ASY
LATCH
SNAP BUSH

1
1
1

YMC-10-0
EDS-3
KJS45482-001
CM46291-001

CLAMP
EDGE SADDLE
COMP. SPRING
INK DOUBLE GEAR

1
5
1
1

KJM46348-A0A
KJM45493-002
KJD45496-A01
KJD45607-001
KJM33108-D01

MEDIA BUSH
INK BUSHING
BOBBIN SHAFT INNER
I. GEAR SHAFT
INK BOBBIN INNER

1
2
2
1
3

KJP45543-B01
KJD45536-001
KJM45513-001
KJS45585-001

ADJUST ROLLER BKT


PRESS ROLLER SHAFT
PRESS ROLLER
ROLLER TORSION SPRING

1
1
1
2

KJP46208-B01
KJV45545-A0A
KJM34135-A01
KJD45546-A01
KJY44486-002
KJP46406-B01
QYREE3000X
QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X
QYSPSPD3008N
KJJ46271-003
GB-TS-1
KJP46352-A01
KJY46337-003

ADJUST ROLLER BKT-B


ADJUST ROLLER
SIDE ADJUSTER
ADJUST PULLEY SHAFT
OIL BEARING
TOP SUPPORT BKT
E RING
E RING
E RING
ASY SCREW
TAP SCREW
GREASE
GASKET HOLDER
GASKET

1
1
1
1
4
1
1
3
6
1
13
(1)
2
2

DESCRIPTION

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


Explanation
drawing 4

Explanation drawing 1 Wiring

Apply the grease


onto cog.

Apply the grease onto shaft.

Clamp

Apply the grease


onto cog.
Apply the grease
onto cog.

Explanation drawing 1
Card presence sensor

Explanation drawing 2
Card near-empty sensor

8
6
7
Side B

11

Side A
Explanation drawing 3

Clamp

Head
cooling fan

Apply the grease onto shaft of


No.12 double gear by one grain
of rice.

Turn sensor

Apply the grease onto three


shafts by one grain of rice.

10

Explanation drawing 4

4
Apply the grease onto cog each
gear fully.
(until it comes to look yellow).
Explanation drawing 4

18

20
15
(Translucent)

2
1

19
3

Side A

Clamp

11

(SM-9p)

19

12

Film mark
sensor

Bearing can
be seen.

13
Side B

11
HEATER P.
PWB

Explanation
drawing 3
Turn sensor

Explanation
drawing 1

17

Card presence
sensor

17

Clamp

Bearing is
hidden.

Clamp
Explanation
drawing 2
Card near-empty
sensor

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

17
19

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJM45492-001
KJM45499-00A
KJM45604-A0A
GB-TS-1

DOUBLE GEAR
ONEWAY GEAR ASY
GEAR ASY
GREASE

2
2
1

SG113
KJP45488-B01
KJP45589-B01
GP1S09J0000F
KJP45511-B01
YMC-05-H-0
KJM45506-001
CM45196-001

PHOTO SENSOR
EMPTY SENSOR BKT
EMPTY SENSOR BKT-B
PHOTO SENSOR
TURN SENSOR BKT
MINI CLAMP
DOUBLE GEAR
DOUBLE GEAR

2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1

KWS0757-002

WIRE ASY

KJJ46271-003
QYYASPW4004F
QYREE5000X
KJM45492-001

TAP SCREW
W. SET SCREW
E RING
DOUBLE GEAR

3
1
3
1

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

85

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


Pass the wire
inside a shaft.

13
Stick so that gaps
on right and left are
covered.

Explanation drawing 1
L. FRAME SA

FRONT PLATE SA

6 Sticking
Sticking

Match the projection on the


shaft, and the attachment
hole on the frame.

x2
Attachment
direction
(x 2)

2
5 KWR
10303-010

13
REAR PLATE SA

4
13
F1

Explanation drawing 1
L. FRAME SA

13

O side
Clamp
Fix the
side to
12
rear frame by screw.

13

side

Clamp
Clamp

13
Fixing positions of shaft
and sensor

Explanation drawing 3

Explanation drawing 2

Explanation
drawing 4

Explanation drawing 2

10
Explanation drawing 4

14
13

Explanation drawing 2

Explanation drawing 3

14

Pass the wire of


edge sensor under
the INK BKT.

86

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

KJP22171-B01
KJP22164-B01
YMC-05-H-0
TPS0248-001-G
KWR10303-010
KJU46278-001

RIGHT FRAME
LEFT FRAME
MINI CLAMP
CARD TRAY INTER.PWB
WIRE ASY
SHEET

1
1
2
1
1
2

KJP46356-A01

INK SENSOR BKT

TPS0248-001-C

C.INK/FILM SENS.PWB

KJD46209-001
KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD2606N

ADJUST SHAFT
TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

1
21
2

DESCRIPTION

Card edge/lnk start/Film mark

< FRAME ASSEMBLY


Enlarged
QYREE5000X

Affix

18

Affix

15

19
QYREE5000X

15
Explanation drawing 2

Enlarged
Enlarged

Affix

19
Explanation drawing 1
Enlarged

NG CARDPULLEY SA

Explanation drawing 2
Affix

19
Explanation drawing 2
Explanation drawing 2
Gasket sticking position

14

QYREE4000X

5
Explanation drawing 1

10

10

Explanation drawing 1

16
KJJ46271
-003x2

16

Explanation drawing 3

16
Affix
KJJ46271
-003x2

19
14

KJJ46271-003
Explanation drawing 3

QYREE4000X

ROLLER COVER SA
Affix

12
6

7
7

REVISED
Rev.
PART NO.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJD45588-001
KJM45513-001

ROLLER SHAFT
PRESS ROLLER

2
2

NG CARD
NG CARD

KJM33159-005
KJM33159-006
KJM33159-B03

GUIDE G
GUIDE Y
GUIDE B

2
2
2

(Pale Green)
(Orange)
(Blue)

KJP34310-001
KJP46261-00B

ROLLER COVER
B. T. PLATE ASY

1
2

KJZ45597-A02

BRUSH

QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X
KJJ46271-001

E RING
E RING
TAP SCREW

2
4
5

KJY46337-001
KJY46337-002

GASKET
GASKET

1
4

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

87

< PLATEN ASSEMBLY


13

short

16

3
(-013)

(-007)

long

14

18

15

14
(-007)

17
(-013)

9
Explanation drawing 1

PLATEN ARM SA
(F)
Explanation drawing 1

Projected side

PLATEN ARM SA(F)

A
Explanation drawing 1

7
5

(-003)
Explanation drawing 2

PLATEN ARM SA
(R)

8
20

(-010)
A

Explanation drawing 2

PLATEN ARM SA(R)

(-003)

10

88

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJP33113-B01
KJD33137-B01
QYSPSPD4008N

PLATEN LEVER
PLATEN PRS SHAFT
ASY SCREW

1
1
3

KJP33112-D01
KJP33112-D02
KJY44486-003
KJY32775-001
KJS33103-013
QYREE7000X

PLATEN ARM
PLATEN ARM
OIL BEARING
OIL BEARING
TENSION SPRING
E RING

1
1
2
1
2
1

KJV33111-B0A
KJY32775-007
KJJ46364-001
QYREE5000X
KJD46363-A01
QYYASPW3003F

PLATEN ROLLER
BEARING
WASHER
E RING
STOPPER RING
W.SET SCREW

1
2
1
2
1
1

KJP45561-B01

PLATEN SH LEVER

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

FRONT SIDE
REAR SIDE
B-F8-23
MF128ZZ

B-F8-146

< PICK UP MOTOR ASSEMBLY


10

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

CX220-PIM1

PICK UP MOTOR

KJP45480-A01
QYSPSPD2604N

PICK UP MO BKT
ASY SCREW

1
3

DESCRIPTION
Card pick up motor

89

< FEED MOTOR ASSEMBLY


8
7

11

12

13

(M180)

(M224)

Tighten the screw B securely


to turn the motor in arrow direction to

10

tighten the belt, and then tighten the


screw A securely.

11
15

A
Tighten provisionally

MOTOR SA
Explanation drawing 1

Explanation drawing 2

16

Finally, tighten securely as this drawing.

Tap hole
Tap hole

4
18
Put the pulling
out hole to the
motor side.

P5
Explanation drawing 1
MOTOR SA

P5

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

90

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KBM1029-002

FEED MOTOR

WM46269-A01
QYSPSPL3006N

MOTOR DAMPER
ASY SCREW

1
2

KJP45541-B01
QYSBST3006Z

FEED MOTOR BASE


TAP SCREW

1
2

CM33154-00A
KJY32775-016
KJY32771-030
KJY32771-033

M. PULLEY ASY
BEARING
TIMING BELT
TIMING BELT

1
2
1
1

KJP33138-A01
QYSPSPD3006N

FEED MOTOR BKT


ASY SCREW

1
2

HL-18-0

HARNESS LIFTER

DESCRIPTION
Card feed motor

< MEDIA W MOTOR ASSEMBLY


10
9

D3

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

CX220-MWM1

MEDIA W MOTOR

KJP45497-B01
QYSPSPD2604N

DC MOTOR BKT
ASY SCREW

1
3

DESCRIPTION
Retransfer film take-up motor

91

< MEDIA S MOTOR ASSEMBLY


Tighten the screw A securely to turn
the motor in arrow direction to tighten the
belt, and then tighten the screw B securely.

MOTOR SA
Explanation drawing 1

A
Tighten provisionally

13

Explanation drawing 2
Finally, tighten securely as this
drawing.

P3
P3

7
11

F689ZZ

11

F689ZZ
MOTOR SA

Explanation drawing 1

12

QYSBST3006Nx2

S2M224

14

Tap hole

10
Note the direction.

4
8

Draw in the direction


of the arrow and install.

12
S2M224

Put the pulling out hole


to the motor side.

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

92

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KBM1030-002

MEDIA S MOTOR

WM46269-A01
QYSPSPL3006N

MOTOR DAMPER
ASY SCREW

1
2

KJP33152-A01
KJP33153-A01

M. SUPPLY BKT A
M. SUPPLY BKT B

1
1

CM33154-00A
KJY32775-016
KJY32771-033
QYSPSPD3006N
QYSBST3006N
KJY32771-045

M. PULLEY ASY
BEARING
TIMING BELT
ASY SCREW
TAP SCREW
TIMING BELT

1
2
1
2
2
1

DESCRIPTION
Retransfer film supply motor

F689ZZ
60S2M224 (Width : 6mm)

80S2M224 (Width : 8mm)

< MEDIA S MOTOR ASSEMBLY


9

5
13

12

11
Tighten provisionally

Bring the bracket


on the motor side
to free.

Loosen this screw enough.

2
Tighten by specified torque
2.16 N/m (22 kgf/cm)

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

KJM34367-00A
QYYASP4004F

PLATEN PULLEY
W. SET SCREW

1
3

KJP33154-B01
KJY32775-016
KJY32775-007

M. PULLEY BKT C
BEARING
BEARING

1
1
1

KJD45503-001

M. SUPPLY SHAFT

QYSPSPD4008N
QYWBS438505N
PHD-14

ASY SCREW
P.L. WASHER
HOLDER

1
1
1

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

93

< INK S&W MOTOR ASSEMBLY

10

1
2

D1

D2

D2

11

D1
D2

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

94

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

D1

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

CX220-INS1
CX220-INW1

INK S MOTOR
INK W MOTOR

1
1

KJP33102-B01
QYSPSPD2604N
KGES-14
LWS-3S-2W

DC MOTOR BKT2
ASY SCREW
SPACER
LOCKING WIRE SA

1
6
1
1

DESCRIPTION
Ink supply motor
Ink take-up motor

< HEATER CAM MTR ASSEMBLY


Apply grease to this side also

20
Apply grease to
this side also

Upper side

14
Apply grease to
this side also

Apply sufficient grease


to the hole for the shaft.

CAM GEAR
Slit
DOUBLE GEAR

12
Lower side

Install so that the slit of the


cam gear comes to the gear
edge of the double gear when
seen from above.

Apply grease to this side also


Apply grease to a small 20
gear by one grain of rice.

Engage with
the cam gear.
Please use care, as the installation
orientation can be mistaken easily.

10

13
9
Apply a sufficient quantity of grease
to the two holes for the shaft.

20
7

17
6

P4

Before installing the


gear, install it on the
bracket.

18

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

P4

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

CX220-HCAM1

HEATER CAM MOTOR

KJP33135-C0A
QYSPSPD3006N

H CAM BKT ASY


ASY SCREW

1
2

KJM45506-001
KJM45507-001

DOUBLE GEAR
DOUBLE GEAR

1
1

KJM33119-B01
KJP45530-B0A
QYREE4000X

CAM GEAR
CAM LEVER ASY
E RING

1
1
1

UAMS-07-0
HL-18-0

MINI CLAMP
HARNESS LIFTER

1
1

GB-TS-1

GREASE

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION
Cam motor

95

< TURN MOTOR ASSEMBLY


14
14
Top

9
Under

10
12
7

17
Explanation drawing 1

P1

1
P1

Explanation drawing 1

2
18

P2

P2

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

96

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

CX220-CTM1
CX220-TUM1

TURN ROLLER MOTOR


TURN UNIT MOTOR

1
1

KJP33115-A0A
QYSPSP3006N

T. MOTOR BKT ASY


ASY SCREW

1
4

KJM45505-001
KJM45506-001

GEAR
DOUBLE GEAR

1
1

KJS45482-004

COMP. SPRING

QYREE3000X

E RING

YMC-05-H-0
LWS-5S-2W

MINI CLAMP
LOCKING WIRE SA

1
1

DESCRIPTION
Turnover card feed motor
Turnover motor

< TURN UNIT ASSEMBLY


16

12

Fit the claw onto


bracket.

12

16

KWR16003-001

22
2

20

Install this so that it may be


passed under the springs.
PRESS ROLLER SA

Explanation drawing 1

18

Explanation drawing 1

PRESS ROLLER SA

Sensor SA

Explanation
drawing 2

Explanation
drawing 2

Sensor SA

5
16

QYSBST
3006Nx2

21

5
19

Hook side
1

11

16

Spring side
Attach each rail so that a hook side is turned
up and a spring side is turned down.

15
15
8

The brush center shall be positioned on the


center between the two hole.

13

The brush edge shall be higher than


the edge of the hole.

(-002)

(-002)

x2

13

7
Stick the brush as shown
from inside of the blacket
to the outside

Explanation drawing 2
Sticking Brush

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJU46323-A01
KJD45509-A01

PRESS ROLLER
PRESS ROLL SHAFT

1
1

KJP33133-E0A
KJS33103-001
KJM33118-B01
KJV45580-B0A
KJY44486-002
KJM45516-001

TR UNIT BKT ASY


TENSION SPRING
CARD GUIDE
T FEED ROLLER
OIL BEARING
D GEAR

1
2
2
1
2
1

KJM45598-001
KJZ45597-A02

EDGE COVER
BRUSH

2
2

QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X

E RING
E RING

2
4

TPS0248-001-B
KJU46204-001
KJM45508-001
QYSBST3006N
KWR16003-001

TURN.CARD SENS.PWB
PWB SHEET
WIRE GUARD
TAP SCREW
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
2
1

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

Turnunit card sensor

97

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


Install so that the bracket of
the turn unit goes under the
plate of the rear frame.

14

15
7

8
13

(-002)

15

11
13

10

(-002)

Explanation drawing 2

NG CARD ROLLER

15

Explanation drawing 1

13

(-002)

12

16
Connect the
connector.

(-002)

15
5

x2

Pass the wire


underneath
the sumi tube.

Install the gear, holding it


so that it will not drop down. Explanation
drawing 1

Pay attention to the


wire passing direction.
Explanation drawing 2

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

98

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KJV33141-A0B

FEED ROLLER

KJM45481-A01
KJM45514-001
KJM45506-001
WM46066-001

M GEAR
DOUBLE GEAR
DOUBLE GEAR
CORE GEAR

2
1
1
1

KJS45547-001
QXTE500-020
KJY44485-008
KJY44486-002
QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X
Q03093-836

WIRE HOLD
SUMI TUBE
OILLESS BEARING
OIL BEARING
E RING
E RING
SPACER

1
1
1
3
1
2
1

DESCRIPTION

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


15

15

15

12
(-002)

12

Explanation drawing 1

12

CARD OUT ROLLER SA

(-002)
Explanation drawing 2

(-002)

AL ROLLER SA

Explanation drawing 4

x2

CARD OUT ROLLER SA


(EPDM)
Explanation drawing 1

Explanation drawing 6
Explanation drawing 3
MAIN ROLLER SA

15
(-002)

11
15
Explanation drawing 2

x2

15

AL ROLLER SA

Explanation drawing 7

Explanation
drawing 5

MAIN ROLLER SA
Explanation drawing 3

Same on the rear

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

KJD45552-A01
KJA45555-002
KJM45551-002

ROLLER SHAFT
AL ROLLER
PRESS ROLLER

3
1
4

KJV33141-A0B

FEED ROLLER

KJS45600-001
KJS45544-001

ROLLER TENSION SPRING


ROLLER TENSION SPRING

2
4

KJY44485-008
KJY44486-002

OILLESS BEARING
OIL BEARING

1
3

QYREE5000X

E RING

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

99

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


(-011)

20

(-011)

Side with steps

20

21

(-011)

22

14

12
2

2
Side with steps

15

4
25

Explanation drawing 1

22

Side with steps


Explanation drawing 3

22

Explanation drawing 2

ANTI BEND ROLLER SA

(Please insert from the front.)

22

25

21
(-011)

ANTI BEND ROLLER SA (EPDM)


Explanation drawing 2

1
5

Explanation
drawing 3

11
9
20

10

x4

(30S2M118)

x4

x3

x3
(-011)

Explanation drawing 1
MAIN ROLLER SA
At the time of installing the main roller SA,
also engage the front belt.

13

Explanation
drawing 3

Explanation
drawing 4
Belt setting

8
(30S2M132)
Explanation
drawing 4

19
17

Explanation
drawing 4

100

(30S2M266)
Explanation
drawing 4

Tension the belt and


tighten the screw securely.

(-012)

7
4

22

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJV33139-A0A
QYWFM62C050
KJS45482-A03
KJM45542-00A
KJM34366-00A
Q03093-836
KJY32771-032
KJY32771-035
KJY32771-029
KJJ44854-001
KJM46126-00A
KJM46547-001
KJJ46771-001
KJV33141-A0B
KJM45562-00A

MAIN ROLLER
WASHER
COMP. SPRING
PULLEY
MAIN ROLLER
SPACER
TIMING BELT
TIMING BELT
TIMING BELT
WASHER
PULLEY
SPACER
WASHER
FEED ROLLER
PULLEY GEAR

2
3
3
4
1
6
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1

CM45182-001

IDLE PULLEY

KJY44486-012
KJY32775-011
KJY44486-011
QYYASPW4004F

OIL BEARING
BEARING
OIL BEARING
W. SET SCREW

1
6
2
8

QYREE5000X

E RING

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

30S2M266 (Width : 3mm)


30S2M132 (Width : 3mm)
30S2M118 (Width : 3mm)

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


20

JOG DIAL SA
17

14

(-002)

3
(-002)

14

Explanation drawing 1

JOG DIAL SA
(30S2M116)

17

10
Explanation drawing 2

20

JOG DIAL SA
Explanation drawing 1

4
7
(50S2M192)

16
3

Explanation
drawing 3

11
Explanation drawing 3

Engage the
bearing with the
frame, pull it to
the front, and fix
it with an E-ring.

Tension the belt and tighten


the screw securely.

Explanation
drawing 2

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJD45566-001
KJP46738-001
KJM45562-00A
KJM45563-001

JOG DIAL SHAFT


JOG DIAL BKT
PULLEY GEAR
JOG DIAL

1
1
2
1

KJY32771-028
KJY32771-044

TIMING BELT
TIMING BELT

1
1

KJM45542-00A
CM45182-001

PULLEY
IDLE PULLEY

1
1

KJY44486-002

OIL BEARING

KJJ46271-003
QYYASPW4004F

TAP SCREW
W. SET SCREW

3
2

QYREE4000X
QYREE5000X

E RING
E RING

1
2

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

30S2M116 (Width : 3mm)


50S2M192 (Width : 5mm)

101

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


Gap

Explanation drawing 1

12

17
Plunger

Platen lever
SOLENOIDE SUPPORT
Before tightening the screws, adjust the gap uniformly so
that there will be no interference with the platen lever and
the solenoid support when the plunger moves in and out.
Explanation drawing 1

(TSS0179)

11

Caution for the time of installation of the solenoid support

(TSS0183)

Clamp

Door interlock

17
2

(-010)

Cassette
interlock
TPS0248-001-E

Clamp

Explanation
drawing 2
KWS0747-001

Lead the wire along


the bracket so that it
does not become an
obstacle on the inside
of the bracket.

Engage the
bearing with
the rear frame.

15
Explanation drawing 2

Door interlock

Cassette
interlock

16

16

Explanation drawing 3
Clamp the wires of film mark sensor and edge sensor
as drawing of solenoid bracket.

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

102

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

Explanation
drawing 2

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KJY44486-010
QYREE7000X
KJS33103-012

OIL BEARING
E RING
TENSION SPRING

1
1
1

KJP23071-A01

HEATER FRAME

TPS0248-001-E
KWS0747-001

CASSTE.INTER.SW PWB
WIRE ASY

1
1

TSS0179-002
KJP45586-B01

SOLENOID ASY
SOLENOID SUPPORT

1
1

QYSPST3005N
KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD4008N

TAP SCREW
TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW

3
4
4

DESCRIPTION

Cassette interlock switch

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


Card Outlet
sensor
(FEED OUT)

Explanation
drawing 1

19

Explanation drawing 2

30

TPS0248-001-M

24
23
17

22
13

F1

28

27

The photo sensor tends to


break with static electricity,
handle it carefully.

25

21
7

16

Apply the grease on two


positions inserting the
oilless bearing.

Cam sensor

QYSPSPL
3006Nx2

29

26

Explanation drawing 4
KWR15204-003
Ink encoder

(Thrusts)

Ink encoder
Explanation drawing 4

18

Explanation drawing 1
Card discharge
sensor

18

18

Remedy roller
position sensor

10

EXT. POWER PWB

KWS
0757-002

KWS0751-002

Retransfer roller
position sensor.

11

13

T2
T1
Thermistor
Thermistor

Explanation
drawing 2
Cam sensor
S3

18

18

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJP46292-B01

FEED OUT SENSOR BKT

KJP45535-B01
GP1S09J0000F

CAM SENSOR BKT


PHOTO SENSOR

1
1

Cam sensor

TPS0248-001-H
TPS0248-001-A

EXT.POWER PWB
CARD OUT SENS. PWB

1
1

Ext.power pwb
Card outlet sensor

KWS0751-002
KWS0757-002
KJP46206-C01

WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
RELEASE SPRING

1
1
1

HL-18-0

HARNESS LIFTER

QYYASPW3004F
QYSPSPL2606N
KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPL3006N

W. SET SCREW
ASY SCREW
TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW

1
2
6
2

KJD46629-A01
KJM45481-A01
KJY44485-007
KJY44485-004
KJP46258-002
QYREE3000X
KJM46479-001
TPS0248-001-M
(KWS0757-001)
GB-TS-1

ENC. SHAFT
M. GEAR
OILLESS BEARING
OILLESS BEARING
ENCODER BKT
E RING
ENCODER DISK
INK ENCODER PWB
WIRE ASY
GREASE

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(1)

DESCRIPTION

ink encoder pwb

103

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


7
Refer to Explanation drawing 1.

Fix the wire by screw


as drawing.

11

18

4
(-007)

12

KWS0668-002
D1
D2

Refer to Explanation drawing 1.

Refer to Explanation drawing 1.

Clamp

19

Tighten provisionally

Clamp
P3

19

Explanation drawing 1. Media supply motor installing


procedurer and caution
After hooking the spring, check that the bracket is not
touch with this screw.

Check that the motor bracket is


not projected higher than the
rear bracket.
5

Shall be in parallel

18

D3
(-006)
Set the belt
to the pulley.

15

1
2

Install procedures

P5

Check that the screw is loosely secured.

Secure the two screws.


(Check that he shaded parts of the two brackets
are in parallel.)
3

Insert the shaft


of gear.

1
18

P1 P2

Loosely secure the three screws

Hook the both ends of the spring.

Firmly secure the four screws

and

14

3
Tighten provisionally

19

18

Engage and tension the


belt then tighten the screw
securely.

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

104

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

PICK UP MOTOR ASY

TURN MOTOR ASY

MEDIA W MOTOR ASY

KWS0668-002

INK S&W MOTOR ASY


WIRE ASY

1
1

KJS33103-007

MEDIA SUPPLY MOTOR ASY


TENSION SPRING

1
1

KJS33103-006

FEED MOTOR ASY


TENSION SPRING

1
1

KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD4008N

TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW

9
7

DESCRIPTION

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY

Explanation drawing 1

Explanation drawing 2

HEATER SENSOR SA

DR PCB BKT SA

HEAT ROLLER

10

11

DR PCB BKT SA
TSS0239-V

8
9

12

17
17
18

A
B
TSS0239-U

T1

HEATER SENSOR SA

F1

T2
(TSS0182)

15

(-010)

CLAMP
(T2,H2)

T2
CLAMP
(F1)
H2

15
12

(-010)

1
Insert the lever of
retransfer heat roller
to between the
sensors.

(TSS0181)
T1
(TSS0189)

Insert the lever of


remedy heater to
between the
sensors.

Explanation
drawing 4
Position of heater lever
Clamp the wires of thermistor
and thermostat.

P4

CLAMP
(P4)

Clamp the wires of


thermistor.

H1

17

T1
Pass the wires
behind the lever.

17

(FD M.MOTOR ASY)

Explanation drawing 3

19
Wiring for retransfer heat roller Explanation drawing 5

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

PART NO.

Apply grease to the hole of the heater


lever, especially to the gray part
(about the size of a grain of rice).

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

TSS0181-002

HEATER ASY

TSS0182-002

REFORM HEATER ASY

HEATER CAM MOTOR ASY

KJP45591-C01
GP1S09J0000F
UAMS-07-0
KJP45569-B01
PHD-08
LWS-5S-2W
KJS33103-008

HEATER SENSOR BKT


PHOTO SENSOR
WIRE CLAMP
DR PCB BKT
HOLDER
LOCKING WIRE SA
TENSION SPRING

1
2
1
1
1
1
1

KJY44486-010

OIL BEARING

KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD4008N
GB-TS-1

TAP SCREW
ASY SCREW
GREASE

8
1

DESCRIPTION

Heat roller position sensor

105

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY

QYSDSP3030Rx2

(243-1)

16

Before installing the drive PWB, check


that the wire 3 sets passed through
EDGE SADDLE.

KWS0753-001

13

CLAMP

KWS0752-001

12
J16
J13

Pass the wire of ink encoder


between the INK S&W MOTOR
and plate of motor.

J12

J8

J9

10

(FRONT
SENSOR)

KWS0748-001

11

CLAMP

KWS0749-001

14

DRIVE PWB SA

CN201

KWS0754-001

J7

F2
P5

J6
(TRAY INTERLOCK)

P3

P1

F3

D3

D1
D2

CLAMP

J5

F1

DRIVE PWB SA

D4
P2

J7
J6

P4

J11

J5

Explanation drawing 2

Installing the spring


of pulley for NG card

F2

Explanation drawing 3

J11

D1 D2

P5

(KWS0751-002)

F1

Installing the spring


of pulley for NG card

P1

(DOOR INTERLOCK SA)


CLAMPx3
CLAMP

Clamp the cam sensor wire


as shown

P2

106

PART NO.

P4

3
3

(KWS0757-002

Check that each mating connector


has the same number.

Installing the spring of pulley for


NG card
Explanation
drawing 3

Explanation drawing 3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

D4

P3

Explanation drawing 1

SYMBOL
NO.

D3

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

Explanation drawing 4
Installing the spring of
pulley for NG card

PRICE

QTY

KJS33103-010

TENSION SPRING

KEF1041-002

FAN MOTOR

TPS0243-001
KWS0748-001
KWS0749-001
KWS0752-001
KWS0753-001
KWS0754-001

DRIVE PWB ASY


WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
1
1
1

QYSDSP3030R

ASY SCREW

DESCRIPTION

Cooling fan

<MECHANISM ASSEMBLY
Only the J8 cable shall be inserted
between the J3 and J4 cable.

KWS0756-001
CLAMP

CLAMP

11
KWS0769-001

J4
J8

CLAMP

KWR18412-001
KWR18430-001

J3

4
J2

J1

CLAMP

14

TURN OVER
FEED MOTOR

CLAMP

Pass the wire of head through the snap


bush then clamp it.

CLAMP

The spiral tube shall fully


cover the area where wires
are separated on the cable.

6
KWS0742-002

CLAMP

Explanation
drawing 1

Head wire treatment

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Clamp the orange wire (for the card near


empty sensor) and the red wire (for the
turn over positioning sensor) together as
shown

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

7
1

KWS0743-002

KWS0685-001

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KWS0685-001

WIRE ASY

KWR18412-001
KWR18430-001

WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1

KWS0742-002
KWS0743-002
KWS0756-001
KWS0769-001

WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
1

QGH2502A2-06

HOUSING

ZCAT3035-1330

FERRITE CORE

DESCRIPTION

107

< MECHANISM ASSEMBLY


Insert the red wire first, so that Pass the fan wire
the wires will be arranged
through the notch.
nicely after connector insertion.

Loosen the two screws of the


duct frame for joint tightening.

14
Clamp the wire of suction fan

7
8

11

10

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

108

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KEF1037
KJU34171-002

FAN MOTOR
AIR DUCT

1
1

KJM33108-D01
QYREE4000X

INK BOBBIN INNER


E RING

1
1

KJM34134-001
CX220-FFK2

FILTER CAP IN
FAN FILTER ASY

1
1

QYSPSPD3012N

ASY SCREW

DESCRIPTION
Head cooling fan

As 1 set including 3kinds /


4 sheets of filters

< FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY


7
15

18

19

15

17

15

15
6
2

10

10
5

12

12

4
9
15

11

11

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KKM11036-001
KKM34086-001

FRONT PANEL
PUSH BUTTON

1
1

KKM34139-001
KJM34087-001
KJS46162-001
KJM34088-001

SLIDE KNOB
LOCK SLIDER
COMP. SPRING
SLIDE SUPPORTER

1
1
1
1

KJM34090-001
KJP46156-B01
KJP46157-A01
KJD46158-001

SHOCK ABSORBER
HINGE
HINGE HOLDER
SHAFT

2
2
2
2

QYSDSF3008N

TH. TAP SCREW

KJP46274-A01
KJP46275-001
QYSPSPL2004N

EARTH HOLDER
EARTH PLATE
ASY SCREW

1
1
2

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

109

< FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY


Explanation
drawing 1

DOOR SA

8
5

DOOR SA

Explanation drawing 1
Explanation drawing 2

Explanation drawing 2
Check opening-andclosing operation
after an assembly.

110

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

KKM11037-002
KKP23060-002

FRONT DOOR
HINGE SUPPORTER

1
1

KKM34089-002

WINDOW

QYSDSF3008N

TH. TAP SCREW

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

< PR COMMON ASSEMBLY


6

x4

Pass the wire as shown


in the figure.

8
Pass the cable under the bent
part of the botton bracket.

12

Explanation drawing 1
POWER SW SA
POWER SW SA

KWS0626-001

Explanation drawing 1

3
WHITE

BLACK
BLUE

Wiring after installing the


power SW onto bracket.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

KSE1221
KJP46161-B01
KWS0626-002

POWER SW
POWER SW BKT
WIRE ASY

1
1
1

KJP11043-002
KJY44287-047
QYSPSPH4016N

BOTTOM FRAME
FOOT
SCREW

1
4
4

KJJ46271-003

TAP. SCREW

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

111

< PR COMMON ASSEMBLY


1

Explanation drawing 1
Explanation drawing 2

10

4
9
5
10
9
Explanation drawing 2

10

10

Explanation drawing 1

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

112

Installing the hopper guide

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

MECHA ASY

KJP23056-C01
KJP23056-C02
KJY44486-014

HOPPER GUIDE BKT


HOPPER GUIDE BKT
OIL BEARING

1
1
4

KJJ46271-003
QYREE4000X

TAP. SCREW
E RING

10
4

DESCRIPTION

< PR COMMON ASSEMBLY

KWR15107-001

Affix the tape so that


the letter "V" is positioned
at the center of the tape.

Parts side
About 3mm

KWS0745-001

KWR15106-001

PWB

10
Affix the tape from the surface of
the PWB to the back side.

12

9
KWR15208-001

J13
J8

J16
J12

2
1
11

(TPS0242)

Explanation drawing

MAIN PWB ASY

Pass the cables J11,J18 and J22 under the cables J23 and J24.

J18
J22
J23

J11

J24

J22
J18
J11
J23

J15

J24

J21
J17

J2

Explanation drawing

J5

(MAIN PWB ASY)

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

TPS0242-002
KKC34326-001

MAIN PWB ASY


CONNECTOR PANEL

1
1

KWR15106-001
KWR15107-001
KWR15208-001
KWS0745-001

WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
1

KJJ46271-003
QYSDSP3006N
SCOTCH#898

TAP. SCREW
SCREW
FILAMENT TAPE(W:18mm)

3
1

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION
Main pwb

113

< PR COMMON ASSEMBLY

15
8

Door interlock

(F2,D3,P3)
Affix

10

16

J4

Clamp the cables J3,J4


and F1 together with the
cables F2,D3 and P3

J3

Pass the cable T2


outside the other
cables not clamping
around here.

(F1)

16

About 30mm
T2

J13

T1

J8
J23

Clamp the cables T1


and T2 together making
them positioned
at the front

Make the cables J8 and


J13 routed away from
the outer hopper guide
by bending them inwards
at the root.

J24

17
Rear plate

16
Clamp the cables at the root
of the spiral tube making
the cables routed outside of
the head cable (covered by
the spiral tube.)

Clamp the cable(expect for the cable(expect for the cable


T1) at the distance of 30mm from the harness lifter.

Clamp the cables making the cable T1 positioned at the front.

Hit the lower side of


the seal to bottom.
Insert the end of
the protection
sheet under the
bottom bracket.

Explanation drawing 2

Attachment position of protection sheet

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

114

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

TPS0248-001-D

DOOR INTER.SW PWB

KJZ34168-001

PROTECT SHEET

KJY46271-003
OLS-150BK
OLS-115

TAP SCREW
BINDER
BINDER

1
3
1

DESCRIPTION

Door interlock switch

< FINAL ASSEMBLY

Explanation drawing 1
G.NO.002 only

USB PWB SA

KWS0784-001

13
XID580i-B

QYSDSP
3006N

USB PWB SA

XID580i

(TPS0254)

12

15

2
1

2
QYSDSP
3006N

14
11
3

(247-1)

16

CN1

8
KWS0666-001

XID580i

QTY
XID580i-B

POWER UNIT BKT SA


MASK PLATE
SCREW
EDGE SADDLE

1
2
4
1

1
1
4
1

TPS0247-001-A
UAMS-07-0
KWS0666-001

HEATER P. PWB ASY


WIRE CLAMP
WIRE ASY

1
1
1

1
1
1

KJP46797-001
TPS0254-001
KWS0784-001
QYSDSP3006N
QYSPSP3006N
KJJ46271-003

USB OPTION BKT


USB CONN PWB ASY
WIRE ASY
SCREW
SCREW
TAP SCREW

1
1
1
1
1
4

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KJP23058-B01
KJP45330-A01
QYSDSP3006N
EDS-17L

REVISED
PART NO. Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

DESCRIPTION

115

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


Explanation drawing 1

11

KWS0785-001

CN12

CLUMP
Pass the wires of
power switch

CN3

13

KWS0744-001

J10

14

KWS0767-002
J14

15
QYSPSPD
3006Mx3

KWS0768-001

J10
J14

J14
J10
J10
KWR18416-001

QYSPSPD3006Mx2

12

8
J9

CLUMPx2

QYSPSPD3006Mx2

8
1

(TSA0141)

(TFA0023)

116

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

QTY
XID580i-B

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TFA0023-002
TSA0141-001-S

PR COMMON ASY
MG/IC UNIT ASY(ISO)

QYSPSPD3006MA
KJJ46271-003

ASY SCREW
TAP SCREW

7
6

KWS0785-001
KWR18416-001
KWS0744-001
KWS0767-002
KWS0768-001

WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY
WIRE ASY

1
1
1
1

PART NAME

PRICE

XID580i
1

1
1

DESCRIPTION

lncluding ISO/IC contact

Color : Black

1
T0137-2/12

< FINAL ASSEMBLY

CLAMPx2

J14

CLAMPx2
Explanation
drawing 1

WIRING

CLAMP

KWR17606-001

Explanation
drawing 1

J2

2
7
QYSPSPD
3006Nx3

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

KBB0007-001
KJU46660-A01

RF-ID UNIT
RFID COVER-M

1
1

KWR17606-001

WIRE ASY

EDS-3
QYSPSPD3006N

EDGE SADDLE
ASY SCREW

1
3

DESCRIPTION

T0164-3/12

117

< FINAL ASSEMBLY

G.NO.004
(244-1)

G.NO.002
(245-1)

Explanation drawing 2 Wiring

10
6
J1
Explanation drawing 1 MG PWB SA

Clamp the USB wire with


the wire from the encorder

KJJ46271-001x4

CLAMP

Explanation
drawing 2

MG PWB SA

Explanation
drawing 1

KJJ46271
-003
3pin
J1
CN1
J8

USB
J4

CLAMP

J5
J3
J7

KJJ46271-003

Be careful not to make


the nearby cable pinched
by the screw.

CLAMP

Explanation
drawing 2

Clamp the USB wire


at the CORD CLIP

KJJ46271-003

118

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

KJJ46271
-003

QTY
XID580i-B

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

TPS0244-001-A

MG MAIN PWB

KJP34092-B01
LWS-3S-2W
UAMS-07-0
KJJ46271-003

MG PWB BKT
LOCKING WIRE SA
WIRE CLAMP
TAP SCREW

1
1
1
8

QGH2502A2-10

CONNECTOR

CS-8U

CORD CLIP

PART NAME

PRICE

XID580i

DESCRIPTION
ISO

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


Pull up the cable coming
from the power switch,
to reduce the slack.

Explanation drwing 2

POWER SUPPLY SA

100V-120V/220V-240V model

H1=Retransfer Heater
H2=Bend Remedy Heater
H1

H2

3
7

KWS0639-001

H2
Explanation drwing 1

H1

F3

H1

H2

CN2
CN8

CN1

CN4
CN3
CN8
CN4

Explanation drwing 2

CN5
CN6
CN7
Explanation drwing 1

POWER SUPPLY SA

10

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KBS14404-003
LWS-3S-2W
CKN-10
CKN-05

POWER SUPPLY
LOCKING WIRE SA
WIRE CLAMP
WIRE CLAMP

1
1
2
1

KWS0639-001

WIRE ASY

KJJ46271-003

TAP SCREW

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

100V-120V/220V-240V

119

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


(TPS0219)

2
Remove the
protection sheet

Note that neither


dust nor garbage
are placed.

Explanation drawing 1

FRONT PANEL SA

11

Pass the cables coming from the front panel


together with the fan wires through the
ferrite core.

FRONT PANEL SA
Explanation drawing 1

Be careful not to damage


connectors when connecting

Hit two claws on the rear of the


front panel lightly to engage it
into the frame.

120

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

TFS0114-003
TPS0246-001
QYSDSF3008N
QYSDSP4008N

FRONT PANEL ASY


FRONT PWB ASY
TH. TAP SCREW
SCREW

1
1
3
6

KQY2006

FERRITE CORE

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


HOPPER SA
Explanation drawing 1

15

x6

15

(TSS0177)

x6

15

15
7

15

10

Explanation drawing 1
HOPPER SA

Apply the grease (the volume of one


pieve of sesame) uniformly on the surface.

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

TSS0177-002

HOPPER ASY

KJP23057-D01
KJP23057-D02
0456

HOP. RAIL BKT


HOP. RAIL BKT
CANOE CLIP

KKM11038-001
KKM11039-001

HOPPER DOOR
HOPPER COVER

1
1

KJP46284-001

JOG LEVER

GB-TS-1
QYSPSPD3006N

GREASE
ASY SCREW

12

DESCRIPTION

1
1
12

121

< FINAL ASSEMBLY

1
MEDIA CASSETTE
(TFS0134)

11

(TFS0116)

4
(TFS0133)
INK CASSETTE

SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

122

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

CX320-HD1

THERMAL HEAD ASY

TFS0133-001

INK CASSETTE ASY

TFS0134-001

MEDIA CASSETTE ASY

TFS0116-002

CLEANING ROLLER ASY

QYSPSP4008N

SCREW

DESCRIPTION

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


12

FAN BKT SA

12

REAR PANEL SA

TSS0239-AB
FAN BKT SA

Affix

13

11

Affix

F3

REAR PANEL SA

F3

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

KKP11041-002
KJP34339-001

REAR PANEL
FAN BKT

1
1

KEF1042-002
KJY46337-001
KJY46337-003

FAN MOTOR
GASKET
GASKET

1
1
1

QYSDSP4008N
KJJ46271-003
QYSPSPD3030N

SCREW
TAP SCREW
SCREW

1
2
2

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

123

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


Affix the label with its window
positioned just on the top cover
window.
Caution
This is a card exit.
Install the card stacker to the lower slot.

CARD EXIT

KXL46398-001

Throw away the shaded area


of the label.

Explannation drawing 1

x2

Explannation drawing 2

FILTER R SA

FILTER L SA

Sheet edges shall


be on the same
level as the edges
of the rectangular
window.

10

Explannation drawing 3
R.COVER SA

10

11

R.COVER SA

FILTER L SA
Explannation drawing 2

FILTER R SA
Explannation drawing 1

14

6
14
15
14

15
7

SYMBOL
NO.

124

PART NO.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

KKP11040-B02

TOP COVER

KJU46277-001
KXL46415-001
KKM34105-001
KKM34085-001

STATIC SHEET
ST CAUTION LABEL
MENTE COVER
DUMMY COVER

2
1
1
1

KJM33129-001
CX220-FFK1

FILTER CAP R
FAN FILTER ASY

1
1

11
12
13
14
15
16

KJM33130-001

FILTER CAP L

QYSDSP4008N
QYSDSP3006N

SCREW
SCREW

7
2

DESCRIPTION

English

As 1 set including 3 kinds


4 sheets of filters

< ANNEX ASSEMBLY


1
10

(-006)

13

10

(-006)

KWS0623-001

Check part number

A
x.
ro

pp

Instructions

22

11

(-011)

cm
Instruction Manual

8
Card stocker

(-012)

12

Cleaning card

5
10

REVISED
PART NO. Rev.

(-006)

QTY
XID580i XID580i-B

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

QAM0812-001
QMP4908-200R
KDH40058

USB CABLE
POWER CORD
POWER CORD

1
1
1

1
1
1

CX210-CC1
CX-120-STK2

CLEANING CARD
STOCKER

1
1

1
1

KAT-T230

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

KD41811-006
KD41811-011
KD41811-012
KWS0623-001

POLY BAG
POLY BAG
POLY BAG
WIRE ASY

2
2
1

3
2
1
1

PART NAME

PRICE

DESCRIPTION

200V
120V/UL
10 sheets/set

125

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


Affix

6
M
IC

JIS
O
IS

MG

JIS

ISO
IC

Mark with black pen in the way


same as the old CA CAUTION LABEL

As a protection for shipment

7
SYMBOL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

126

PART NO.

KPZ46408-001
KXL34240-002
NO.3800A

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

PART NAME

PROTECT SHEET
CA CAUTION LABEL
TAPE

PRICE

QTY

1
1
(1)

DESCRIPTION

< FINAL ASSEMBLY


1

As a protection for shipment

Be careful not to break or not


to be caught into the door.

Align the
notches.

As a protection for shipment

Insert it between the printing


side of a head and platen.

After installing the


ink cassette, paste
tape onto ink cassette.

REVISED
PART NO.
Rev.

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KPZ34180-001

PROJECT SHEET

KJU45126-003

HEAD CUSHION

PART NAME

PRICE

QTY

DESCRIPTION

127

< FINAL ASSEMBLY

Fig.1 Assembling the CUSHION (E.g. upper right)


(Other 3 cushions also same)

Fig.1

(LT)

Wide
(RT)

Cut 90 towards the joint


portion respectively.

Fig.1

14 Seal with tape

The end of the portion cut


should be left outside.

Paste the label on front.


Check the model name.

Front mark

2 Base plate
(RB)

(TFS0136-011)

^
^
0J^
21
X
C

(LB)

(TFS0136-005)

Fig.1

CX
21
0J
^^
^

Fig.1

UP

H sealing on top

15

Wide

This-side-up

1
1

UP

x2 10

This-side-up
UP

15
H sealing on bottom

REVISED
PART NO. Rev.

QTY
XID580i-B

SYMBOL
NO.

PART NO.

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

KPA34199-002
KPC34368-A0A
CP30182-001

PACKING CASE
CUSHION ASY
P CASE JOINT

1
1
2

TFS0136-005
TFS0136-011

ANNEX ASY
ANNEX ASY

KPP44128

POLY BAG

KXT44142-001

PACKING LABEL
POLY BAG

NO.29-18
NO.375

NITTO C TAPE
NITTO D TAPE

(1)
(1)

(1)
(1)

PART NAME

PRICE

XID580i

DESCRIPTION

1
1
2

Label printer

Auxiliary material
Auxiliary material

T0140-12/12

128

SERVICE MANUAL
SUBLIMATION TYPE RETRANSFER PRINTER

EDI secure
XID580i
Digital Identification Solutions Group of Companies
Teckstrasse 52, D-73734 Esslingen Germany
Phone : +49 711 341 689 - 0
Facsimile : +49 711 341 689 - 550

SPECIFICATIONS
Recording method : Sublimation type retransfer
Feed format
: Automatic feed
Recording density : 300 dpi
Expression gradation
: 256 gradations for each
color
Printing time
: Approx. 29 seconds (for
single-sided printing,
excluding data transfer
time)
Interface
: USB2.0 (standard)
Operating environment conditions
Temperature: 15C ~ 30C
Humidity: 35% ~ 70%
(no condensation)
Storage environment conditions
Temperature: -15C ~ 55C
Humidity: 20% ~ 80%
Power supply
: 100 120 V AC/
220 240 VAC
(allowance10%)
Current dissipation : 7.0A (for 100V system)/
5.0A (for 200V system)
Mass
: Standard 22.0kg
Excluding the built-in
magnetic encoder

: Power cable
For 120 V AC
x1
Dark gray (North America)
For 220 to 240 V AC
x1
(Europe)
Instruction manual
English
x1
* The detached power cords and the Instruction
manual vary according to model and country of
purchase.
Card stacker
1
Ink ribbon cassette
1
Retransfer film cassette
1
Jog lever (contained in the
card tray)
1

Accessories

CX21ICL Series (Large-type IC unit)


Power supply
: Fed from the printer.
5V5% DC, 12V5% DC, 24V5%
DC
Current dissipation : 500mA, 300mA, 1A
Mass
: 3.5kg
Dimension (mm)
: 110(W) 221(D) 255(H)
Accessories
: Joint plate 1
Inter-unit cable 1
CX21ICS Series (Small-type IC unit)
Power supply
: Fed from the printer.
Mass
: 0.5kg
Dimension (mm)
: 50(W) 152(D) 115(H)
Accessories
: Screw (with washer) 3
Screw (without washer) 2
Products sold separately
: Ink ribon, retransfer film : Cleaning card
1,000 frames/set
10 card /set
Model : CY-P340A
Model : CX210-CC1
: Laminator Unit :
Model : ILU
: Card tray
When setting paper feeding feature on the right
Model: CF-3NTR
: Hand gloves M Size (U105-M)
L Size (U105-L)

KAS-T099-002
May 2006