Maverick 210 Encoder

Maverick 210 Models:OBSOLETE

210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010

It is important to understand that there are many older Maverick MICR 210 models are not currently support in parts or technical support by Maverick. This product is considered Obsolete by Maverick and we Have a program to replace these Maverick 210 units in the field.

The current Direct Replacement for the Maverick MICR 210 is the Maverick 610. TIPS:
HERE ARE SOME TIPS: CHECK UNDER RIBBON COVER FOR CURRENT CALIBRATIONS
Step 1: Clean Font sensor and check FONT Wheel to be tight to shaft of FONT Motor Clean Track and sensors HOME FONT WHEEL- Step 2 in any calibration "di 82" Note: some conditions of the sensors will cause a system lock up and "font seek error" along with other sensor errors will occur not allowing you into the diagnostics. If this happens you may have to put a volt meter on the rear transistors for each sensor after cleaning and monitor the voltage change while adjusting the pots on the PCB. (+30Vdc then Changes with Document blocking sensor/ Front Led has +5vdc on it) Step 2:

Maverick 210 Encoder
To Get a Test Document:

210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010

Press "TEST" (hold) then The "CE" button - "di" on screen Then Press "TEST" (Hold) then the "00" keys- Display shows "Drop

Document"
Drop long Document and check Quality in MICR Gauger *For Font Alignment: Use "di" 91 (Centers Font Character from left to right for best quality) *For Column Alignment: Use "di" 92 (Aligns the MICR characters from the end of the document into Specification on the gauge) EXAMPLE: TO CHANGE THE FONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT: From 1349 to 1360 Press 1360 followed by Press "TEST" (hold) then The "CE" button - "di" on screen Press 91 Press "TEST" (Hold) then the "00" keys- "Mushroom" on display The FONT Wheel Alignment memory has now been changed from 1349 to 1360 Then Press "TEST" (Hold) then the "00" keys- Display shows "Drop

Document"
Drop long Document and check Quality

Maverick 210 Encoder

210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010

Examine Results:adjust values as needed.
Note: Older MICR 1 units and those made by Brandt and Hedman have old firmware ( Rev 1-2.5) and require lower settings on the font alignment around 50.Check the test document at the furthest column location for the firmware number. Example Test unit for functionality before downloading. You have the cloning cable. I am attaching some good information. Print out the quick reference. Maverick does not supply cloning instructions so I got you some good information, it is the same for 210 as 610.

Instructions: Maverick 210 Clone to Maverick 610
Maverick 210 Support: Please understand Maverick 210 parts are not available, only used parts can be found. The Maverick 210 is considered Obsolete and requires replacement. If the hammer is defective there is a procedure for upgrading the hammer assembly . If a Main Board is found defective, we should replace the unit with a loaner and suggest the customer order a new Maverick 610 Unit. Any Maverick 210 program can be cloned into a newer Maverick 610 unit. PC system requirements: Parallel Port Serial Port Dos, windows 95 or 98, XP only (no 2000) Cables and Software requirements: Down Load Cable Part Numbers Maverick PCACE Software: ACE Software CD for transfer of files between Maverick 2, 3 & 610 or download upload from computer Part Number: 860-49012-1

Maverick 210 Encoder

210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010
Maverick PCACE Download/upload Cable: It is recommended that each visit to a new site of the Maverick 2 or 3 or 610 be copied or uploaded to PCPart Number: 860-9006-9 Maverick CABLE ASSEMBLY Download :Used to transfer or clone program information from a Maverick 2 to 2 or a Maverick 210 to 610.Part Number:074-90037-1 Maverick Kermit Software- Available off website -Maverick 4, 560, 570, 580 Level 1 Level 2 software program Maverick Kermit Serial Cable: The Maverick cable 039-90065-1 combined with a
DB-9 female to female "gender-bender" will work for downloading. WEBSITE ACCESS:

http://www.mav.com/dealer/saleschannels.cfm ACE program(PC ACE PROGRAM)-Used to save and load files in "DOS" Load PC-Ace onto a laptop which can run dos (Win95,98XP ok) You must have the cable sent to you hooked up to the parallel port when running the program. Use the attached Maverick M210 ACE to Maverick Procedure to get started. The programs can be uploaded or downloaded from using the ACE program and are saved as ".MCR" Files. This ACE program can be used for Maverick 1, 2 and 3 and 610 Any Maverick 210 program can be cloned into a newer Maverick 610 unit. There is a download port on the Maverick 210 at the right rear under the small cover. There is a download port access through the top assembly transport on the maverick 610. You need the cloning cable p/n:074-90037-1 Note: If replacing a Defective Maverick 210 with sensor issues and trying to transfer program to a Maverick 610 Note: Some conditions of the sensors will cause a system lock up and "font seek error"along with other sensor errors will occur not allowing you into the diagnostics the Top transport assembly completely separate from the Maverick 210 main board to obtain access to setting up the commands for a Transfer of program.

Maverick 210 Encoder

210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010
Keep hitting "C" then try to insert "transfer Invoke" commands as fast as possible before fault is displayed 1)Connect Cloning cable from Maverick 210 to 610 2) Turn on Maverick 610 (destination machine) screen should say "ready" Then, 3)Turn on Maverick 210 (source machine)and set-up screen by following step three commands 4)Label and test unit use Maverick 210 commands on 610 Maverick 210

Why change a Maverick 210 to a 610?
Current benefits of the M-610 versus the MICR II:
• • • • • • • • • • • Encodes 10 to 15% faster than the MICR II The M-610 runs all existing MICR application programs On-board advanced diagnostics and test mode Application program, diagnostics, and calibration data is stored in FLASH, not in RAM, no service call required to re-download Can download directly from MICR II into M-610 Uses standard PC-ACE to store programs, upload and download programs Diagnostic designators are essentially the same as MICR II State of the art technology circuit design Increased RAM space, all systems have 64K RAM 2 X 20 character back lighted LCD display has a configurable display angle controlled from the keyboard. Can select a display time-out Sensor adjustments no longer require a volt meter and are same concept as the MICR 3 and MICR 5

Maverick 210 Encoder
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210 Clone to Maverick 610 By BrainWaveTech Copyright 2010
Font sensor is located under the transport plate away from dust and operators Uses the same ribbon as the MICR II ribbon Machine is quieter than the MICR II with direct strike solenoid Machine weights less and is lower profile More reliable keyboard design

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