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MULTI FUNCTION FAX

Multi function Plain Paper Fax - with Inkjet technology


A multi function colour inkjet fax machine, colour copier, colour printer, colour scanner and SMS
function (network dependant), with high speed fax modem, PC connection with Flat bed scanner
and automatic document feeder and document memory.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced,


stored in a retriaval system or transmitted, in any form or by means,
electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise
without the prior permission of TOSHIBA TEC Germany Imaging Systems GmbH.

Published by Service Department Facsimile. Subject to modification.

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Index
I Introduction ............................................................................................. 5
1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 6
1.1 IMPORTANT ............................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.2 ESD .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.2.2 PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT ESD DAMAGE .................................................................................................. 6
2 FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.1 FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1.1 BASIC FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 7
2.2 PRINTING AND SCANNING .................................................................................................................................. 8
2.2.1 INSERT A NEW CARTRIDGES ........................................................................................................................... 8
PC CONNECTION ................................................................................................................................................ 9
2.2.2 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................ 10
2.2.3 SENDING A FAX ................................................................................................................................................ 11
2.2.3.1 FLATBED SCANNER .................................................................................................................................... 11
2.2.3.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER .................................................................................................................................... 11
2.2.4 MAKE A COPY .................................................................................................................................................. 12
2.2.4.1 FLATBED SCANNER ..................................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.4.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER .................................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.5 SCANNING TO THE PC ..................................................................................................................................... 13
2.2.6 SMS .................................................................................................................................................................... 14
SENDING AN SMS (SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE) .......................................................................................... 14
RECEIVING AN SMS .......................................................................................................................................... 14
READING AN SMS ............................................................................................................................................... 14
PRINTING AN SMS .............................................................................................................................................. 14
DELETING AN SMS .............................................................................................................................................. 14
2.2.7 DIRECTORY § A – Z .......................................................................................................................................... 15
2.2.8 REDIAL .............................................................................................................................................................. 15
2.2.9 BROADCAST ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
2.3 LISTS AND REPORTS ......................................................................................................................................... 15
FUNCTIONS LIST .................................................................................................................................................. 15
LOGS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15
DIRECTORY ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
SET-UP .................................................................................................................................................................... 15
3 OPERATION ELEMENTS ........................................................................................................................................ 16
3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES .......................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS ................................................................................................................................. 17

II Functions .............................................................................................. 18
4 TYPE OF LISTS ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
4.1 FUNCTIONS LIST ................................................................................................................................................. 19
4.2 PARAMETER LIST ............................................................................................................................................... 21
4.3 LIST OF LOGS ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
4.4 DIRECTORY LIST ................................................................................................................................................. 22
5 SERVICE FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 23
6 MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................................. 28
6.1 INITIALISATION FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................. 28
6.2 OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 28
7 ERROR CODES ....................................................................................................................................................... 29
7.1 FAX ERROR CODES ............................................................................................................................................ 29
7.2 SMS ERROR CODES ........................................................................................................................................... 30
8 FIRMWARE UPGRADING WITH PC KIT VERSION 1.0 ......................................................................................... 31
8.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.2 SOFTWARE UPGRADE PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................... 31

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III Service.................................................................................................. 33
9 DISASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................................................ 34
9.1 THE BACK PANEL ................................................................................................................................................ 34
9.2 THE COMPLETE SCANNER MODULE ............................................................................................................... 36
9.3 THE COMPLETE PANEL ...................................................................................................................................... 36
9.4 THE LEVER ........................................................................................................................................................... 39
9.5 REMOVE PGU AND MAB .................................................................................................................................... 40
9.6 REMOVE PRINTER .............................................................................................................................................. 41
9.7 REMOVE ADF ....................................................................................................................................................... 42
10 PCB - ARCHITECTURE AND DESCRIPTIONS ................................................................................................... 44
10.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................. 44
10.2 GLOBAL BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 44
10.3 GLOBAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................... 45
10.3.1 GENERAL FEATURES .................................................................................................................................... 45
10.4 FCU (FAX CONTROL UNIT) ............................................................................................................................... 45
10.4.1 FCU FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................. 45
10.5 DIGICOLOR2 ...................................................................................................................................................... 46
10.5.1 DIGICOLOR2 FEATURES ............................................................................................................................... 46
10.5.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (FCU-BOARD) .................................................................................... 46
10.5.3 CONNECTOR LIST ......................................................................................................................................... 47
10.5.4 CCD : P2550 .................................................................................................................................................... 47
10.5.5 PRINTER1 : P1700 .......................................................................................................................................... 47
10.5.6 PRINTER2 : P1800 .......................................................................................................................................... 48
10.5.7 OPU : P4100 .................................................................................................................................................... 48
10.5.8 LINE : P4420 .................................................................................................................................................... 48
10.5.9 EXTERNAL PHONE : P4410 ........................................................................................................................... 49
10.5.10 USB-SLAVE : P9300 ...................................................................................................................................... 49
10.5.11 ADF + MOTOR ADF : P800 ........................................................................................................................... 49
10.5.12 CCD MOTOR : P700 ...................................................................................................................................... 49
10.5.13 PRINTER POWER SUPPLY : P2750 ............................................................................................................. 49
10.5.14 POWER SUPPLY : P2700 .............................................................................................................................. 49
10.6 POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................................................................................ 50
10.7 CLOCKS .............................................................................................................................................................. 51
10.8 RESET ................................................................................................................................................................. 51
10.9 INTERRUPT MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................................................. 52
10.10 MODEM & LINE INTERFACE ........................................................................................................................... 52
10.10.1 FEATURES ..................................................................................................................................................... 52
10.10.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................... 52
11 PU (PRINTERBOARD UNIT) ................................................................................................................................. 53
11.1 PU FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................... 53
11.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PU-BOARD) .......................................................................................... 53
11.2 1 CONNECTOR LIST .......................................................................................................................................... 53
SENSOR .......................................................................................................................................................... 53
11.2 2 MOTOR & THUNDERBOLT CONTROL : P1800 ............................................................................................ 54
11.2.3 CLEANING STATION SENSOR : P1801 ........................................................................................................ 54
11.2.4 HEAD MOTOR CONTROL : P1802 ................................................................................................................. 54
11.2.5 PAPER MOTOR CONTROL : P1803 .............................................................................................................. 54
11.2.6 CLEANING STATION MOTOR CONTROL : P1804 ....................................................................................... 54
11.2.7 PRINTER SIGNALS : P1900 ........................................................................................................................... 55
11.2.8 PRINTHEAD 1&2 : P1901 & P1902 ................................................................................................................ 55
11.2.9 POWER SUPPLY : P1903 ................................................................................................................................ 55
12 PGU (POWER GENERATION UNIT) ..................................................................................................................... 56
12.1 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PGU-BOARD) ....................................................................................... 56
12.1.1 CONNECTOR LIST .......................................................................................................................................... 56
12.1.2 LINK TO MAINBOARD: J2 .............................................................................................................................. 56

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13 OPU (OPERATION PANEL UNIT) ........................................................................................................................ 57
13.1 OPU FEATURE LIST .......................................................................................................................................... 57
13.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (OPU-BOARD) ...................................................................................... 57
13.2.1 CONNECTOR LIST .......................................................................................................................................... 57
SENSOR ........................................................................................................................................................... 57
13.2.2 LINK TO MAINBOARD : P601 ......................................................................................................................... 57
13.2.3 LOUDSPEAKER : P602 .................................................................................................................................. 58
13.2.4 SMARTCARD : P640 ....................................................................................................................................... 58
13.2.5 LCD : P660 ....................................................................................................................................................... 58
14 SCANNER MODULE ............................................................................................................................................. 59
14.1 FEATURES OF SCANNER DEVICE .................................................................................................................. 59
SENSOR .............................................................................................................................................................. 59
15 PRINTER ENGINE ................................................................................................................................................. 61
15.1 MAIN FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................... 61
15.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................................. 62
16 TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................................................................. 63
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................................... 63
SCANNER ............................................................................................................................................................... 63
PRINTER ................................................................................................................................................................. 63
FAX .......................................................................................................................................................................... 63
SMS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 63
PC CONNECTION ................................................................................................................................................... 63

IV Spare parts ....................................................................................... 4-01


PANEL ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4-02
HOUSING ................................................................................................................................................................. 4-03
SCANNER ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-04
PRINTER / PRINTERBOARDS ................................................................................................................................ 4-05
SPARE PART LIST ................................................................................................................................................... 4-06

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I Introduction
In this chapter you can find
♦ Safety precautions
♦ List of features
♦ Feature description
♦ Operating elements

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1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1.1 IMPORTANT

1. This Fax Model has been specified as a Class II Unit (ungrounded). Some digital circuitry is connected to
the potential of the Telecom line. That means: If you want to measure in the unit with connected Telecom
line you have to use ungrounded measuring instruments. Otherwise it is possible that you shorten the
Telecom potential to ground.
2. Service technicians must be made AWARE OF ESD and be GROUNDED! To avoid ESD risk you can order
some ESD equipment in the parts list.
3. After each disassembly of the apparatus a high voltage test has to be performed. ( 1,5kV AC )

1- between mains and Telecom line


2- Mains and ground plate
3- Telecom line and ground plate

Attention: Discard used of Spare Parts not according to manufacturer instructions.

WARNING!
Before opening the machine disconnect the Power Cable!
Don’t open the power supply
- HIGH VOLTAGE! -

1.2 ESD

1.2.1 General

ESD is a spark jumping from one conductive surface, charged with static electricity to another conductive
surface. This incredibly fast movement of static discharge (the charge can jump to that conductor in a
nanosecond) can have disastrous consequences, especially for electronic circuitry. We only feel ESD at a
discharge of about 3.000 Volts. However many semiconductors can be damaged by a discharge of just 60 Volts or
less. On non-conducting materials, such as plastics and textiles, charges remain stationary and can not discharge
and are therefore called static charges. Static charges are brought in by people and are generated during their
normal movements.

1.2.2 Precautions to Prevent ESD Damage

Static electricity can not be eliminated but it can be kept under control. Charging can be prevented by an
appropriate grounding system for people and objects that may come into contact with the components or product.

TO PREVENT ESD KEEP THE FOLLOWING RULES:


1. All products being brought in for repair must be
- Processed in an ESD protected working area with a Grounded dissipative mat.
- Kept in ESD protective packing material when not used.
2. Technicians should wear a wrist strap ground connected.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON USER FUNCTIONS, USER MANUALS CAN BE ORDERED IN


DIFFERENT LANGUAGGES. SEE SPARE PARTS LIST.

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2 FEATURES

2.1 FUNCTIONS

2.1.1 Basic Functions

If you want to keep a note of the factory settings on your machine for later, we recommend printing out
your list of parameters before you change any of the settings (press M 54 and then the OK button).

TIME AND DATE

1. Select MENU 21 by pressing M 21


2. Press OK
3. Enter the correct date using the number keys (e.g. 151299 for the 15th of December 1999). Your fax machine will
then ask you for the correct time enter the correct time using the number keys (e.g. 1915 for 19:15).
4. Press OK.

ENTERING A NUMBER AND NAME

1. Press M, 22 and then confirm with the OK button


2. Enter your fax number (max. twenty digits) and press OK. (To enter a plus sign, hold down the CTRL key and press
Q; to enter a blank space, press the _@key.)
3. Set your name by using the keyboard for text input (max. twenty characters). You can also enter a plus sign (CTRL
and Q) or a slash (CTRL and M). Then press the OK button to confirm.

COUNTRY AND LANGUAGE

These settings will determine the language of the display and the local telephone network settings.

1. Press M 201 and OK. Use arrow keys to select your country. It is important that you use the country where you
are using the machine, as the machine has to adapt to local conditions! Press OK twice.
2. To set another language, use arrow keys to select function 202 > LANGUAGE and press OK. Choose with the
arrow keys and press OK

ADDITIONAL TELEPHONE

If you have connected another telephone to the same telephone line that the e-STUDIO60F is on, you can adjust the
number of rings you will hear in case of an incoming call.

1. Press M 2912 and then the OK button.


2. Change the value using the number keys and press OK.

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2.2 PRINTING AND SCANNING

2.2.1 INSERT A NEW CARTRIDGES

Before you can print documents, you must insert your ink cartridges in to your fax machine. The display will indicate if
one of the cartridges is empty or if there is no cartridge in your machine.

1. Open the machine by pulling the lever under the control panel.

2. Press the lever in the middle of the cartridge holder to open the holder.

3. Take the ink cartridges out of their packaging and remove the protective strip. Be careful not to touch the
nozzle on the contacts!

4. Insert the colour cartridge with the contacts forward and the ‚nose‘ down into the left compartment of the cartridge
holder.

5. Insert the black cartridge into the right compartment. Close the cartridge holder. You will hear a click when it snaps
shut.

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6. Close the machine.

7. Insert the chip card with the contacts facing up into the slot under the control panel and confirm with OK.

CARTRIDGE ALIGNMENT

1. After inserting the cartridges for the first time, the machine will print out a page to check their alignment. Value A
2. Enter the value A where the image is the clearest.
3. Confirm with OK and repeat these steps for values B, C and D.

PC CONNECTION

! Do NOT connect the e-STUDIO60F to a PC before installing the software !

Minimum Configuration:

Your PC must have the following minimum configurations:

- Pentium processor, 200 MHz or higher


- Windows 98/2000/ME/XP and 128 MB RAM
- 80 MB free disk space for the installation
- USB port

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2.2.2 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

1. Insert the CD-ROM into your PC. The installation procedure will start automatically. Follow the
instruction on the screen.

2. Connect the e-STUDIO60F to your PC with a USB cable when you are prompted to do so.

3. Click “Next” and follow the instructions. Choose to search for the driver on the CD-ROM:

4. Click “Next” and follow the instructions on the screen. You will be prompted to accept a license agreement. After the
installation has finished, the PC hs to be rebooted.

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2.2.3 SENDING A FAX

There are only two ways to fax a document:


1. You can place it onto the scanner glass (flatbed scanner) directly or…
2. Load it into the automatic document feeder.

2.2.3.1 FLATBED SCANNER

1. Open the flatbed scanner cover. Make sure that the scanner glass is clean before placing the document onto the
glass.
2. Place the document face down onto the glass.
3. Align it with the back left corner of the scanner (marked with arrows).

4. Choose the fax number you are sending a fax to and press the start button
5. If you want to send just one page, use the arrow keys to choose DONE and press OK. If you want to scan further
pages, choose NEXT PAGE and insert another page. Then press OK.

2.2.3.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

NOTE: If you are working with originals of an odd size document or photos, please use the flatbed scanner!

1. Place the document face up into the document feeder (up to 10 pages may be inserted).
2. Dial the fax number you are sending the fax to.
3. Press the start button.

After transmission, the e-STUDIO60F will automatically print a transmission report. If you want to cancel this
transmission, then press the red stop key twice.

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2.2.4 MAKE A COPY

There are only two ways to copy a document:


1. You can place the document onto the scanner glass (flatbed scanner) directly, or…
2. Load the document into the automatic document feeder.

2.2.4.1 FLATBED SCANNER

1. Open the flatbed scanner cover. Please make sure that the scanner glass is clean before placing the original
document onto the glass.
2. Place the document face down onto the glass
3. Align the document with the back left corners of the scanner (marked with arrows).

2.2.4.2 AUTOMATIC FEEDER

Place the document face up into the document feeder (up to 10 pages with 60 – 90g/m² paper).

For a standard copy, insert the document as shown above and choose one of the colour or black /white copy

buttons and press it twice.

For a creative copy, insert the document as shown above and press one of the copy buttons once. You can now
choose between the following settings.

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2.2.5 SCANNING TO THE PC

When scanning a document to the PC, use the same procedures as shown above and open the scan window.

To edit the scanned document, open the graphic application and choose the scan function. Choose the
TWAIN driver to start scanning.

Click on the lower left icon to create a preview, click on the lower right icon to start scanning.

Click on Profile to create a different profile for different document types you want to scan. A profile contains all
important settings for a certain type of document. To create a profile, first make all settings and then choose NEW
profile. Enter a profile name and click SAVE.

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2.2.6 SMS

Sending an SMS (Short Message Service)

1. Press SMS twice.


2. Type the message that you wish to send. (Note: to type capital letters, hold down the capital letter key and press the
desired key. To type special characters, hold down the CTRL key and press the desired key, e.g. to enter a question
mark, hold down the CTRL key and press V). You can move the cursor with the arrow keys and delete the
characters with the DELETE key.
3. Press SMS
4. Enter the telephone number. If you want to send a SMS to a telephone number abroad you should dial the number
in its international form, e.g. for the UK dial 0044…
5. Press SMS to send the message. The e-STUDIO60F will print then a transmission report.

Receiving an SMS

Received SMS messages will be printed automatically. If you change this setting, messages will then be stored in the
memory and the SMS will flash.

Reading an SMS

1. Press SMS and then the OK button.


2. Use the arrow keys to choose a message and press OK.
3. You can scroll up and down within the message with the arrow keys.

Printing an SMS

1. Press SMS and


2. Use arrow keys to choose a message and press OK.

Deleting an SMS

1. Press M 43 and then the OK button.


2. You can now choose which message you wish to delete by using the arrow keys.

SELECTED – press OK and choose the message you wish to delete by using the arrow keys. Confirm with OK.
ALREADY READ – press OK to delete the messages that you have already read.
ALL – press OK. All messages will be deleted.

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2.2.7 Directory § A – Z

1. Press SMS twice.


2. Type your message and press SMS.
3. To select a number form the directory, press § A – Z and use the arrow keys to select an entry.
4. Press SMS to send your message.

2.2.8 Redial

The last ten numbers dialled on the e-STUDIO60F will be stored in the redial memory.

1. Press SMS twice and type your message.


2. Press SMS.
3. Press as often as necessary, until the desired number appears.
4. Press SMS to send your message.

2.2.9 Broadcast

1. Press SMS twice and type your message.


2. Press SMS and enter the first telephone number.
3. Press the broadcast key and enter an another telephone number (max. 10)
4. Press SMS to send your message.

2.3 LISTS AND REPORTS

Functions List:

A list of functions and options for setting up your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 51 and then the
OK button.

Logs:

A list of all TRANSMITTED and RECIEVED faxes. If an error occurs during the transmission you will be
informed by the error report which is printed out. This list is accessed by pressing M 52 and then the OK button.

Directory:

This list provides a list of the number stored in your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 53 and then the
OK button.

Set-up:

The Set-up list displays all of the current settings of your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 54 and
then the OK button.

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3 OPERATION ELEMENTS

3.1 DISPLAY SYMBOLES

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3.2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS

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II Functions
In this Chapter you can find
♦ Print out of the Function List
♦ Service Mode Description
♦ Service Function Description

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4 TYPE OF LISTS

4.1 FUNCTIONS LIST


A list of functions and options for setting up your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 51
and then the OK button.
DIRECTORY

11 ADD NAME Enter phone number in directory


12 ADD LIST Create a list of subscribers
13 MODIFY Modify a record or a list
14 CANCEL Delete a record or a list
15 PRINT Print directory
16 SAVE/LOAD (option) Save/load directory on microcard
161 SAVE Save directory on microcard
162 LOAD Load directory from microcard

SETUP

21 DATE/TIME Date / Time Setting


22 NUMBER/NAME Enter your name and your number
23 SEND
231 SEND REPORT Sending report printing type
232 SORTED SEND
24 RECEPTION
241 MODE Choice of reception mode
242 REC. PAPER Acceptance of reception without paper
243 NBR OF COPIES Nb of copies for received documents
244 SORTED PRINT Sorted or no sorted printing
25 TEL. NETWORK
251 NETWORK TYPE Network type
252 PREFIX Dialing prefix activation
26 PRINTER Printer settings
261 PAPER SIZE
262 PAPER TYPE
263 REDUCTION
264 L/R MARGINS
27 FLAT BED SCAN CCD scanner settings
271 RESOLUTION
272 ZOOMING
273 ORIGIN
274 CONTRAST
275 SATURATION
276 RGB
277 LUMINOSITY
278 L/R MARGINS
28 ADF SCAN CCD scanner settings
281 RESOLUTION
282 ZOOMING
283 ORIGIN
284 CONTRAST
285 SATURATION
286 RGB
287 LUMINOSITY
288 L/R MARGINS
29 TECHNICALS Technical parameters
20 GEORGRAPHICAL Geographic settings
201 COUNTRY (option) Choice of country
202 LANGUAGE

FAX

31 TRANSMISSION Single and broadcast transmission


32 PROLLING RX Polling a document
33 PROLLING TX Inserting a document to be polled
34 FAX ANSW. Fax answering settings
341 PRINT Print the received messages
342 ACTIVATION Fax answering activation
343 ANSWER CODE Confidential reception
35 MANUAL CALL

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SMS SERVICE

41 SEND SMS Send an SMS


42 READ SMS Access received SMS messages (read/new)
43 DELETE SMS Erase SMS messages
431 SELECTED Delete an SMS by selection
432 ALREADY READ Delete SMS messages read
433 ALL Delete all SMS messages received
44 PRINT SMS Print SMS messages
441 SELECTED Print an SMS message by selection
442 NEW Print new SMS messages
443 ALL Print all SMS messages received
45 PARAMETERS SMS settings
451 AUTO PRINT Automatically print SMS received
452 BEEP SMS Beep when SMS message received
453 SENDER NAME Choose to show/hide sender name
454 TERM. ADDR. Terminal address
46 SMS CENTERS SMS server configuration
461 SMS CENTER 1 SMS center No. 1
4611 SEND No Transmission number
4612 RECEIVE No Reception number
462 SMS CENTER 2 SMS center No. 2
4621 RECEIVE No Reception number

PRINT

51 FUNCTIONS LIST Functions list printing


52 LOGS Print TX and RX logs
53 DIRECTORY Print the directory
54 SETUP User parameters printing
55 COMMANDS Printing of the commands list

COMMANDS

61 PERFORM Perform a command


62 MODIFY Update of a command
63 CANCEL Delete a command
64 PRINT Printing of a document in wait queue
65 PRINT LIST Printing of the commands list

OTHERS

71 LOCK Activate a lock to limit access


711 LOCKING CODE Locking code
712 LOCK KEYBD Keyboard locking selection
713 LOCK NUMBER Dialling locking selection
72 PRINT CARTR.
721 CARTR. MAINT
7211 CLEAN NOW
7212 ALIGN. NOW
722 ALIGN VALUES
723 NEW BLACK
724 NEW COLOUR
73 CART CAPACITY Consumables status
74 PAPER FEED

Key / : Insert a pause in the dialling


Key >> : Broadcast sending
Redial Key : Recall of the last ten numbers
Key i : Help page printing
Directory Key : Access to abbrev. Numbers and dedicated keys

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4.2 PARAMETER LIST

The current settings on your machine can be seen on your list of Parameters. Press M 54 and then the OK button to
obtain this list.

LIST OF PARAMETERS

21 DATE /TIME DD-MM-YY HH:MM

SEND

231 SEND REPORT WITH / WITHOUT / ALWAYS / ON ERROR

RECEPTION

241 MODE MANUAL / FAX


242 REC. PAPER WITHOUT PAPER / WITH PAPER
243 NBR OF COPIES 1-99
244 PRINTING TYPE WITH / WITHOUT

TEL. NETWORK

251 NETWORK TYPE PABX / PSTN

PRINTER

262 PAPER PLAIN / COATED / PHOTO / TRANSPARENT


263 REDUCTION 1 – 400%
264 L/R MARGINS (-)---0---(+)

FLAT BED SCAN

271 RESOLUTION FAST / NORMAL / QUALITY


272 ZOOMING 1 – 400%
273 ORIGIN X=000 – 209 Y=000 – 285
274 CONTRAST (-)---0---(+)
275 SATURATION (-)---0---(+)
276 RGB 000 – 255 . 000 – 255 . 000 - 255
277 LUMINOSITY (-)---0---(+)
278 L/R MARGINS (-)---0---(+)

ADF SCAN

281 RESOLUTION FAST / NORMAL / QUALITY


282 ZOOMING 1 – 400%
283 ORIGIN X=000 – 209 Y=000 – 285
284 CONTRAST (-)---0---(+)
285 SATURATION (-)---0---(+)
286 RGB 000 – 255 . 000 – 255 . 000 - 255
287 LUMINOSITY (-)---0---(+)
288 L/R MARGINS (-)---0---(+)

GEOGRAPHICAL

201 COUNTRY FR, UK, DE, IT, ES, NL, CH, AT


202 LANGUAGE FR, UK, DE, IT, ES, NL

CART CAPACITY

BLACK 0 – 100%
COLOUR 0 – 100%

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4.3 LIST OF LOGS

A list of all TRANSMITTED and RECIEVED faxes. If an error occurs during the transmission you will be informed by the
error report which is printed out. This list is accessed by pressing M 52 and then the OK button.

TRANSMISSION

Date/Time Subscriber Mode Pages Durat. Status Note


0-01 8:19 06763006777 1 0’27” Code 50 Server Error 0x50
12-02 14:35 06641648901 1 0’17” Code 50 Server Error 0x60
12-02 14:44 06763006777 1 0’26” Code 50 Server Error 0x50
12-02 14:49 06763006777 1 0’27” Code 50 Server Error 0x50

RECEPTION

Date/Time Subscriber Mode Pages Durat. Status Note


12-02 17:18 0 0’04” Code 03 User break
12-02 17:20 +43 1 60101 4875 Normal 1 0’34” Correct
12-02 17:40 0 0’06” Code 03 User break
19-02 13:54 0 0’06” Code 03 User break

4.4 DIRECTORY LIST

This list provides a list of the number stored in your machine. This list is accessed by pressing M 53 and then the OK
button.

Name Number Directory


Mom 06641234567 0
Dad 06647654321 1
John Peterson 00431661554567 2
Sandra Douglas 06763006777 3

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5 SERVICE FUNCTIONS

Access to configuration bits (Soft-Switches)


When the display shows the date and time, you can access the configuration bytes by means of the key sequence:

M*#
The description of these parameters can be found below. They are modified in the same manner as all others
parameters.

Soft-Switch 1: Ringing and Automatic Printing

Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Use SOS- SOS-IMPT30: SOS- Reserved Reserved SOS- Reserved Reserved
IMPTRA: Automatic IMPAUTO: DURPAUSE:
Trace printing/ Printing of Automatic log Long/short
PC download T30 trace after printing pause while
enable comm. error dialling
Values 0: no 0: no 0: no 0 : short = 2s
1: yes 1: yes 1: yes 1: long = 6s

Soft-Switch 2 : Scanner / Printer Configuration


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Use SOS- SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS-BEEP: Reserved Reserved
TIMKONINKA: COPLOC: Keyboard beep
Timed Restriction on / off
memorising of on local
photocopier copies
resolution/contrast
/style settings
Values 0: enabled 0: no 0: beep on
1: disabled 1: yes 1: no beep

Soft-Switch 3 : Line Configuration


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Use SOS-ECHO: SOS- Reserved SOS- SOS-NIVEMI:
Echo cancelling EPTV29: SEUILREC: Transmission
Use Echo Reception level
Protect Tone threshold
with V29
Values 0: no 0: no 0: -43 dBm 00 = 0dBm
1: yes 1: yes 1: -47 dBm 01 = -1dBm
....
06 = -6dBm
....
0F = -15dBm

Soft-Switch 4 : Fax Protocol Configuration


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Use SOS-ECM: SOS-LGINF: SOS-DISINF: SOS-RTN: SOS-TCF: SOS- SOS-
Restricted Maximum Unlimited DIS Page accept TCF accept DISCOURT: MODPRIV:
ECM length of scan, length criterion criterion Restricted DIS Communicat.
printing, size in private
communication mode
Values 0: no 0: 1 meter 0: no 0: 10% max 0: normal 0: long DIS 0: no
1: yes 1: 3 meters 1: yes 1: 15% max 1: special 1: short DIS 1: yes
2: 20% max
3: no check

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Soft-Switch 5 : Loudspeaker Configuration
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS-HP: Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
Line
monitoring
during fax
comm.
Values 0: no
1: yes

Soft-Switch 6 : Line Tests


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Use SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
TSTDCOM:
Driver test
functions

Values 0: no
1: yes

Soft-Switch 7 : Communication
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
Use SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
DETCNG:
Number of
CNG detect.

Values 0: 1 CNG
1: 2 CNG

Soft-Switch 8 : Reserved
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

Values

Soft-Switch 9 : Approval + Communication Applications


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Use Reserved SOS-LIGNE5S: Reserved SOS- SOS-REPERR: Reserved Reserved Reserved
Lines of 5sec. NOTREMIS: Redialling from
During Printing of page fault
reception first page on
transmission
report
Values 0: Length of 0: no 0: no
lines not 1: yes 1: yes
limited to
5 sec./lines
1: Maximum
length of a
line 5 sec.

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Soft-Switch 10 : Communications (Locks / Miscellaneous)
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
Use Reserved SOS-SONREA: Reserved Reserved SOS-DECT: Reserved SOS- SOS-AFFVIT:
Access to LCD contrast BTYPNUM: Comm. Rate
redialling Access to display
parameters impulse /
DTMF dialling
parameter
Values 0: no access 0: High 0: yes 0: no (the page
1: access 1: Low 1: no number is
displayed)
1: yes (the
comm. Rate
is displayed)

Soft-Switch 11 : Reserved
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

Values

Soft-Switch 12 : Printing
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved
IMPQUALITY:
Printing quality
for received
documents,
reports and logs
Values 0: 300 x 600 dpi
1: 600 x 600 dpi

Soft-Switch 13, 14, 15, 16 : Internet Functions ( Not Used )

Soft-Switch 17 : Communication
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS-NO-TRT- Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
FCERROR: retry
after modem
high data dedect.
problem
Values 0: yes
1: no

Soft-Switch 18 : Coding / Communication Rate


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
Use Reserved SOS- Reserved Reserved SOS-CODCOM: SOS-CODMEM:
AFF_VIT_RELLE: COM negotiated Stored document
Show / hide real encoding type encoding type
comm. rates

Values 0: reduced rates 01: MH encoding 00: RL encoding


1: real rates 10: MR encoding 01: MH encoding
11: MMR encod. 10: MR encoding
11: MMR encod.

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Soft-Switch 19 : Miscellaneous Software Functions
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
Use SOS-TLC: SOS- SOS- SOS- SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved
accept ONETOUCH: MENUCLAVIER: REIMP: REGULREC:
software Enable Hide keyboard Reprinting T30 reception
download via < one touch > menus and force of received control inhibited
PSTN functions QWERTY documents
keyboard
Values 0: no 0: no 0: no 0: no 0: no
1: yes 1: yes 1: yes 1:yes 1: yes

Soft-Switch 20 : Reserved
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

Values

Soft-Switch 21 : T4-T6 Decoder / Debug


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Use Reserved SOS-DETECT Reserved SOS-GARBAGE- Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS-
OCCUP: FLASH: flash TRAITLIGERR:
Inhibition of memory garbage T4 decoding line
engaged tone collection method copying mode
detect
Values 0: no 0: garbage 0: for each line
1: yes collection when with an error
application 1: only once,
terminates then destroy
1: garbage
collection as
background task
ATTENTION:
taken into
account only
after reboot of
CPU

Soft-Switch 22 : Miscellaneous Software Functions


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Use Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved SOS- SOS-DUREE-
SORTIMP: 2100 V34:
Printing at the Transmission
end of fax time of the
reception 2100 modified
for V34
reception
Values 0: Print during 00: 5 sec.
comm. 01: 4,5 sec.
1: Print after 10: 4 sec.
comm. 11: 3,5 sec.

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Soft-Switch 23 : Miscellaneous Software Functions
Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0
Use SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
SORTSEND:
Sorted
sending via
ADF
Values 0: no
1: yes

Soft-Switch 24 : Miscellaneous Software Functions


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Use SOS- SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved SMS- Reserved Reserved
SMSV23: SMSRECV23: PROTOCOLE:
SMS reception SMS Used protocol for
function type function SMS

Values 0: SMS via 0: no 0: country dep.


V23 1: yes 1: opposite
1: SMS via
Internet

Soft-Switch 25 : Miscellaneous Software Functions


Bit 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Default 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Use SOS- Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
DBL_ALT:
Photocoupler
Type for ring
detection
Values 0: single
alternance
1: double
alternance

Soft-Switch 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 : Reserved

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6 MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS

In order to use the maintenance functions, the SOS_IMPTRA switch (SOS1-Bit8) has to be setted to 1

6.1 INITIALISATION FUNCTIONS


ITEM ACTION
Menu # 0 Default user parameters configuration (factory status)  Restart with Easy Install
Directory is preserved
Pages counters are preserved
Consumables counters are preserved
Communication log is preserved
Menu # 1 Clear directory
Menu # 2 Clear communication log
Menu # 3 Clear pages counters (MENU 74)
Menu # 4 Clear consumables counters (MENU 73)
Menu # 5 Complete “hardware” reset : functions 0 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 8  Restart with Easy
Install. This command sequence is taken into account only if printer cover is open
Menu # 6 Same as Menu # 7 but without Easy Install
Menu # 7 Functions 0 + 2 + 8  Restart with Easy Install
Directory is preserved
Pages counters are preserved
Consumables counters are preserved
Menu # 8 Clear document memory (received documents, documents to be sent)
Clear Sending command list
Clear Printing command list
Directory is preserved
Pages counters are preserved
Consumables counters are preserved
Communication log is preserved
User parameters are preserved
Menu # 9 Idem Menu # 7

6.2 OTHER FUNCTIONS


Item Action
* Internal system status printing (identification + T30 protocol traces + modem
traces)
Menu * 1 Parameters printing (user parameters + technical parameters)
Menu * 2 Clear communication logs
Menu * 3 Accept firmware download via PSTN
Menu * 4 Wait for firmware download via USB
Menu * 5 Save users parameters and directory on I2C chip card
Menu * 6 Not used
Menu * 7 Not used
Menu * 8 Not used
Menu * 9 Restore users parameters and directory from I2C chip card
Menu * E Display internal firmware status (applications and drivers)
Menu * e
Menu * M Display modem chip type
Menu * m
Menu * R Software reset
Menu * r
Menu * V Display firmware version and checksum on LCD
Menu * v
Menu * Y Decrease the black ink counter
Menu * y - if counter value is higher than near end (10%), set counter value to near end.
- if counter value is lower than near end (10%), set counter value to 0
Menu * Z Decrease the colour ink counter
Menu * z - if counter value is higher than near end (10%), set counter value to near end
- if counter value is lower than near end (10%), set counter value to 0

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7 ERROR CODES

The error codes are divided in two groups. One group is responsible for the Fax functions and the second group for the
SMS feature. If an error occurs during the transmission you will be informed by the error report which is printed out.
This list can be separated printed out by pressing M 52 and then the OK button .

7.1 FAX ERROR CODES:

Fax error codes Description


00 No error.
01 Destination number not answering.
02 Destination number is burned.
03 User pressed the STOP key.
04 Wrong key pressed.
05 Scanner error.
06 Printer error.
07 Protocol error.
08 Check the document quality.
09 No document on the polled device.
0A The device was polled but there were no document.
0B Number of sent pages different from input number.
0C Received document too long.
0D Receiving failure.
0E No file or corrupted file to be sent.
0F Document coding incompatible with the receiver.
10 Document format incompatible with the receiver.
11 Protected access.
12 Printer resource not available.
13 Memory full.
14 Printing queue full.
15 No mailbox on the receiver.
16 No forwarding group on the receiver side.
17 No base on the distant device.
18 Forwarding unavailable.
19 Transmission stopped by the distant device.
1A Training rejected by the distant device.
1B ACEE coding/decoding default.
1C Distant device is not a fax device.
1D Telemaintenance not available on distant device.
1E Telemaintenance rejected by distant user.
1F Keyboard resource not available.
20 Telemaintenance stopped by user.
58 Distant device is not a fax device.
59 T30 stopped on NoID event.
5A Paper jam during receiving.
5B Telephone number is burned. The fax tries the next one.
5C Unknown event to T30.
5D CnxID was received while going on-hook.
5E Unknown distant device answer.
60 Scanner resource not available.
61 Automatic dialing not available.
62 Unknown software crash.
63 Distant device is busy.
64 Transparent mode handshake failed.

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7.2 SMS ERROR CODES:

Value Error What you can do


0x00 No error
Check if the user has subscribed to the service. Check if the
0x01 – 0x09 Server errors (Protocol 2) SMS destination number type is handled by the SMS
provider.
0x10 – 0x16 Low level error Check the service center numbers in the device
0x20 – 0x30 Protocol errors Check the service center numbers in the device
0x41 Memory full Check the number of received SMS.
0x50 Communication error
0x60 User stop
0x61 Wrong service center number Check the service center numbers in the device
Check if the device is correctly plugged to the telephone
0x62 – 0x68 Line errors.
network.
Check if the user has subscribed to the service if required by
0x70 – 0x74 Server errors (Protocol 1) the provider. Check if the SMS destination number type is
handled by the SMS provider.

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8 FIRMWARE UPGRADING WITH PC KIT VERSION 1.0

8.1 INTRODUCTION

This package includes :


- An Inf file to install the driver used for firmware upgrades (telch.inf)
- Drivers needed for installation (telch.sys)
- The application which is used for firmware upgrade (TELUSB.exe)
- This readme.doc file

This USB PC Kit for Firmware Upgrading works with Windows 98 SE. It exist also a version for Windows 2000 and
Windows XP.

a) Create the Telusb folder on your local hard drive (i.e. c:\telusb)
b) Unzip the USBLoading.zip file in this folder
c) Copy the firmware (i.e. firmware.bin) in this folder as well

8.2 SOFTWARE UPGRADE PROCEDURE

a) Unplug the USB cable from the device.


b) Press the 3 following keys: M * #, the display shows:

1 > SOS1
2 SOS2

c) Then press the OK key and make sure that the cursor is on bit 8, the display shows:

SOS1
00100001

d) Then press the number 1 key, the display shows:

SOS1
10100001

e) Then press the OK key again, the display shows:

1 SOS1
2 > SOS2

f) Then press the STOP key


g) Finally press the 3 following keys: M * 4, the display shows:

TELELOADING
IN PROGRESS

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h) Plug the USB cable into the device

i) On the PC, open a DOS command line window

j) In the DOS window, type the commands: cd c:\telusb

a) The binary file to be loaded (i.e. firmware.bin) has to also be present in this folder

b) In the DOS window, type the command: TELUSB –w firmware.bin

c) After transfer from PC to the fax machine (approx. 2 seconds), the new firmware is written into the flash memory
(approx. 30 seconds)

d) Automatic reboot of the fax machine

e) Verify firmware version and checksum with M * V. Press stop to go into the idle state again (the display shows
Date/Time)

f) Press the 3 following keys: M # 7. The display shows ERASE

g) The fax machine reboots and starts with easy install procedure

h) Go through the easy install procedure by selecting a country. Choose and confirm the country

i) The display shows the percentage of ink left. Press OK

j) The fax machine asks to insert chip card:


- If the ink counter is higher than 0%, press the STOP or C button, without inserting the chip card.
- If the ink counter is 0%, the unit will ignore the STOP and C button and the chip card would
have to then be inserted.

k) The fax machine prints the alignment page and asks for the alignment values

l) After the alignment procedure is done the easy install procedure continues with: Name, Number, etc.

m) When Date/Time is displayed again (idle mode) easy install is over. The update process is finished.

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III Service
In this Chapter you can find
♦ illustrated disassembly
♦ PCB-architecture and descriptions
♦ technical data
♦ mechanical and electrical parts list

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9 DISASSEMBLY

WARNING!
Disconnect the Power from the set before removing any cover!
Remove the ink-cartridge from the set. Be aware that the detachable scanner is on a saver area.

9.1 THE BACK PANEL

1. Remove the paper trays, the paper exit tray and the cover of the flatbed scanner. (The cover of the Flatbed
scanner can be easily lifted up and removed)

Paper tray

Flatbed scanner cover

Paper exit tray

Figure 1

2. Remove the 2 screws behind your fax machine. (see figure 2)

Figure 2

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3. Turn the machine upside down. 2 snaps will remove the back cover. (see figure 3)

Figure 3

4. Once the back cover has been removed, carefully unplug the 8 connectors. (see figure 4)

Figure 4

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9.2 THE COMPLETE SCANNER MODULE

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. The compete scanner module can be removed by unscrewing the 2 screws situated left and right of the scanner
(see figure 5). Open the scanner module from the front by using the lever under the keyboard. The complete
scanner module can then be lifted away.

Figure 5

9.3 THE COMPLETE PANEL

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. Remove the complete scanner module.
3. Remove the 8 visible screws holding the chassis in place. The top part of the chassis can then be lifted off.
(see figure 6)

Figure 6

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4. Turn the top part of the chassis upside down and free the flat cable from its holders. (see figure 7)

Figure 7

HOLDERS

5. Turn the top part of the chassis the right way around and detach the complete panel. Be careful not to damage the
loud speaker cable. (see figure 8)

Panel

Figure 8

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6. Disconnect the loud speaker cable and then remove the panel. (see figure 9)

Figure 9

7. Remove the 12 visible screws holding the PCB in place (see figure 10)

Figure 10

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8. The printed Panel can then be lifted off. Be careful not to damage the LCD flat cable. (see figure 11)

LCD flat cable

Figure 11

9.4 THE LEVER

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. Remove the complete scanner module.
3. Remove the Panel (OPU) without unscrew the PCB
4. Remove the 2 lever springs and detach the lever from the top part of the chassis. (see figure 12)

Figure 12

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9.5 REMOVE PGU AND MAB

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. Once the back cover has been removed, carefully unplug the 8 connectors, unscrew the screw and remove the
cover. (see figure 13)

Figure 13

3. Remove the 4 visible screws holding the MAB in place (see figure 14). The MBA can than be lifted away from the
cover.

Figure 14

4. You can find the PGU in the left upper corner of bottom. The module can be easy lifted away from the bottom.

Figure 15

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9.6 REMOVE PRINTER

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. Remove the complete scanner module.
3. Remove the complete panel.
4. Remove the 8 visible screws holding the printer in place (see figure 16)

Figure 16

5. The modules can be easy lifted away from the bottom (see figure 17)

Figure 17

Printer board

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9.7 REMOVE ADF

1. Remove the Back panel.


2. Remove the complete scanner module.
3. Open the ADF upper assy by using the green button. (see figure 18)

Figure 18

4. Pull on the lever with the inscription ”PULL. (see figure 19)

Figure 19

5. Remove the screw and the metal plate in the right corner of ADF module. (see figure 20)

Figure 20

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6. Remove the axle which keep the ADF module in place and than remove the complete ADF module from the flatbed
scanner housing. (see figure 21)

Figure 21

7. Remove the 5 visible black screws holding the ADF upper assy in place (see figure 22)

Figure 22

8. Disconnect the cable from the ADF upper assy. (see figure 23)

Cable

Figure 23

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10 PCB - ARCHITECTURE AND DESCRIPTIONS

Electrical description
10.1 INTRODUCTION

A fax machine consists typically of a microprocessor system, an interface to the PTT line, a power supply, a human
interface, some sensors and a scanner and printer unit.

The following prints are used :

Fax control board


FCU Fax Control Unit

Printer board
PU Printer board Unit

Power supply board


PGU Power Generation Unit

Operation panel board


OPU Operation Panel Unit

10.2 GLOBAL BLOCK DIAGRAM

LCD OPU
12MHz
power PU (Printer board)
COG FPC 24P P660 5V
save Cmd motor 6 P1804 Printer
ZIF FPC (Front panel) PH 6P
2 lines x 16C USB cleaning station JST-PH engine
Keyboard 64 keys Slave P1700 Print head Control P1902
2 LEDs
FFC
FFC 17P P1900
FFC FFC FFC 12P
CPU Presence paper
sensor P1901 FFC 12P
3.3V SDram FFC

Shift-register P1800 P1800 11.82V


P1804 Cleaning station
8Mx16 FFC
FFC 14P FFC PH 2P sensor
x3 Thunderbolt JST-PH
3.3V
Connector Head Motor P1802
3.3V Power supply
JST-PH PH 2P
Loudspeaker chip card P2750 P1903
Flash JST-PH
PH 5P Paper Motor P1803
JST-PH
2Mx8 JST-PH PH 4P
P602 Scanner open
P601 P4100 Power supply
PH 2P FFC FFC 18P FFC 3.3V 30V, 3.3V
JST-PH Sensor
Power supply
3.3V
Bloc CCD color
ADC P2550 FFC 16P ADF
FFC(1.25) (pitch1.25) CCD open cover
3.3V / 5V
Sensor

Lamp ADF
12V Paper ready
Lamp switch sensor

ADF
Presence paper
Sensor
P800
External Protection ext phone detect Loudspeaker
Latch motor FFC PH 11P ADF motor
Phone 5V amplifier 29.4912MHz x2 driver x 2


Chain Relay 12V P700
RJ11 PH 4P Scanner motor
FFC
Ring detect
CODEC serial link
Clip Modem
RJ11 3.3V 3.3V
Line Internal connectors
Line Interface
FCU External connectors

TNV-3 SELV Power supply 3.3V Reset (Mainboard) PCB


P30V, P12V, P2700
2.93V
P3V3, P5V. JST-PH digital
PH 8P

analogic
Hazardous
voltage
SELV
motors
Skynet JST-PH
230V AC 30V DC Power sensor
AC Adapter 26/09/02
jack
Power supply PGU
module
(Powerboard)

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10.3 GLOBAL DESCRIPTION
The equipment is a Group 3 multifunction fax functioning in accordance with the UIT-T
T30 recommendation. It consists of an inkjet printer, a CCD color sheet feeder & flatbed scanner, a control panel
with a 64-key alphanumerical keyboard and a LCD screen with 2 lines of 16 characters.

10.3.1 General features :


• Fax transmission and reception on the switched telephone network using the V34 protocol
(max. 33.6 kbits/s) and the V17 protocol (max. 14.4 kbits/s),
• SMS (Short Message Service) transmission,
• Photocopying,
• Local printer and scanner, via a PC USB interface.

The electronic of the machine consist of a control panel board and a CPU board. For the printer,
refer to the printer section.The USB interface conforms to the TBTS (Très Basse Tension de Sécurité, very low safety
voltage) safety level.The phone line input conforms to the TRT safety level.
Before performing any intervention on the CPU board, disconnect the:
• Phone line.
• external interconnect leads (USB),
• mains plug from voltage.

10.4 FCU (FAX CONTROL UNIT)


The CPU board is based on the Digicolor2 circuit which performs in particular the function of microprocessor.

10.4.1 FCU features :


• CPU (ARM9) Digicolor2 (video processing function)
• Memory code + data : Flash 2Mo (8Mx8)
• SDRAM : 16Mo (8Mx16)
• 33600 BPS fax modem Agere DP2V34X
• Line interface
• Scanner interface (Video ADC 16bits)
• Serial interface to OPU
• Stepper motor driver (scanner)
• Loudspeaker amplifier
• USB Slave interface
• External phone interface
• Clock generation
• Serial interface to feature connector board

The board is initialised by a boot program. The executable code is stored in the flash memory.
This flash memory is divided in two zones:
• A zone reserved for the storage of the code
• A zone reserved for the storage of the documents.
If this flash memory does not contain any executable code, the board automatically switches to waiting for a software
download on the USB port. After power-on the code is loaded from the flash memory into SDRAM, and the
microprocessor executes its instructions from the SDRAM. Before printing, the documents are stored as bitmaps in the
SDRAM.

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10.5 DIGICOLOR2
Internal Core for DigiColor2 is a RISC ARM 946E.

10.5.1 DigiColor2 features :


- 32 bits internal architecture
- 2 external data bus :
- Memory bus 16 bits data, 24 bits address max.
- flash code 8 bits (8Mo max).
- sdram 8 bits (256Mo max.) / 16 bits (512Mo max.)
- Peripheral bus 8 bits data / 24 bits adress, or 16 bits data / 15bits address bus. Bus width (8 bits / 16 bits)
programmable for each chip select. DigiColor2 provide 4 chip select for peripheral bus.
- Power supply: 2.7 - 3.3V
- Frequency : Internal frequency is 93Mhz max if we don’t use the SSPL spreading modulator.
If we use it, the max frequency is than 92MHz. SSPL spreading modulator allow to modulate
the Mainclk frequency to improve ECM compatibility.
- Access cycle are programmable for each Chip Select
- No external ready signal management.
DigiColor2 manages the following functions:
- decoding of SDRAM space memory and interface for SDRAM memory.
- decoding of Flash code space memory.
- decoding of USB Host.
In the DigiColor2 are 4 timers (32 bits) available for general use. Timer’s are derivated from the main clock.
DigiColor2 has been extended to include two independent serial receiver / transmitters. Each is able to operate either
synchronously or asynchronously. The USARTs include programmable baud rate generators and 16 byte send and
receive FIFOs. A third serial link is dedicated to chip card ISO7816.

1) USART 0 :
This synchronous link is used to control the OPU with keyboard.
2) USART 1 :
Unused as serial link ® I/O functionality .
3) Chip card serial link :
Serial link ISO7816 for chip card

10.5.2 Overview of the connectors (FCU-BOARD)

Motor
CCD 16C
P700

CCD
P2550

Motor ADF
P800

4C
1

11C
1

Printer1 17C
P1700

Power supply
P2750

Printer
Printer2 14C 5C
P1800

External
1
1

Line Phone Power supply


P2700

6C 6C 1 8C
1
P4100

USB UC
P9300
1

OPU 18C Slave


P4420 P4410
4C
1

1 1

View from the component site

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10.5.3 CONNECTOR LIST
Location ref. Connector Pin number Model Male / female
P2550 CCD 16 FFC 1.25mm Female
P1700 Printer 1 17 FFC 1mm Female
P1800 Printer 2 14 FFC 1mm Female
P4100 OPU 18 FFC 1mm Female
P4420 Line 6 RJ11 External
P4410 Ext phone 6 RJ11 External
P9300 USB 4 USB-B External
P700 CCD motor 4 PH Female
P800 ADF + ADF motor 11 PH Female
P2750 printer powersupply 5 PH Female
P2700 powersupply 8 PH Female

10.5.4 CCD : P2550


Name Pin I/O Description
AVCC12 1 - CCD Power
CCD_TG 2 O CCD Timing TG
CCD_PHI1 3 O CCD Timing PH1
CCD_PHI2 4 O CCD Timing PH2
CCD_RS 5 O CCD Timing RS
GND 6 - Analog GND
RINP 7 I CCD Output Channel R
GND 8 - Analog GND
GINP 9 I CCD Output Channel G
GND 10 - Analog GND
BINP 11 I CCD Output Channel B
GND 12 - Inverter GND
CCD_CP 13 O CCD Timing CP
Scan Home 14 I HOME Sensor signal

10.5.5 Printer1 : P1700

Name Pin I/O Description


ACLK 1 O Adress counter clock
AGATE 2 O Force A line to known state
PCLK 3 O Clock for serial data
PD3 4 O Serial data
PD2 5 O Serial data
PD1 6 O Serial data
PD0 7 O Serial data
PLOAD 8 O latch P line data into register
PENABLE 9 O Ouptput
LHCS 10 O Latch Subhtrs & PH select
LCN 11 O Latch control nibble
OK2PRT 12 I indicate overcurrent
HDRESET* 13 I Head reset
ID1 14 I Identification cartridge 1
ID2 15 I Identification cartridge 2
PHASE_A 16 I Head position X
PHASE_B 17 I Head position Y

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10.5.6 Printer2 : P1800
Name Pin I/O Description
Reset* 1 I Reset for Main PCB
ANASDO 2 O Data Input Thunderbolt
ANASCLK 3 O Clock Thunderbolt
ANANCS 4 O Chip Select Thunderbolt
GND 5 Ground
DC_PWM0 6 O DC Motor driver
CMD_PA 7 O Phase A Maintenance motor
CMD_PAn 8 O Phase An Maintenance motor
CMD_PB 9 O Phase B Maintenance motor
CMD_PBn 10 O Phase Bn Maintenance motor
VEILLE 11 O Stand-by sensor control
P_SENSE 12 I present paper sensor
CAM_SW 13 I Maintenance motor sensor
GND 14 Ground

10.5.7 OPU : P4100


Name Pin I/O Description
HPP 1 O Loudspeaker +
HPN 2 O Loudspeaker -
Cpt_scan 3 I Open cover CCD sensor
P3V3 4 Power supply 3.3V
P5V 5 Power supply 5V
Opustr2 6 O LCD control
Reset_LCD 7 O Reset LCD
Opustr1 8 O Control keyboard
OPUID 9 I data OPU → UC
OPUOD 10 O data UC → OPU
OPUCLK 11 O OPU clock
GND 12 Ground
FERCAP 13 I Chip card presence
CVCC 14 O Chip card power supply control
RTSCC 15 O Reset chip card
CLKCC 16 O Clock chip card
GND 17 Ground
IOCC 18 I/O Data chip card

10.5.8 Line : P4420


Name Pin I/O Description
NC 1 - Not connected
R2 2 I/O Loopback L1
L2 3 I/O Telephone line pair
L1 4 I/O Telephone line pair
R1 5 I/O Loopback L2
NC 6 - Not connected

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10.5.9 External Phone : P4410

Name Pin I/O Description


NC 1 - Not connected
NC 2 - Not connected
R2 3 I/O Loopback L1
R1 4 I/O Loopback L2
NC 5 - Not connected
NC 6 - Not connected

10.5.10 USB-Slave : P9300


Name Pin I/O Description
USB_B_P I USB Bus Power
USB_O O High speed mode
D+ I/O data
D- I/O data

10.5.11 ADF + Motor ADF : P800


Name Pin I/O Description
adf_b 1 O Phase B Maintenance motor
adf_b/ 2 O Phase Bn Maintenance motor
adf_a/ 3 O Phase An Maintenance motor
adf_a 4 O Phase A Maintenance motor
cpt_adf 5 I Sensor cover ADF
gnd 6 - Ground
adf_di 7 O load sensor paper ready
gnd 8 - Ground
adf_set_doc 9 I Sensor paper ready
read_di 10 O load sensor startscan
Adf_rd_pos 11 I Sensor startscan

10.5.12 CCD Motor : P700


Name Pin I/O Description
adf_b 1 Phase B Maintenance motor
adf_b/ 2 Phase Bn Maintenance motor
adf_a/ 3 Phase An Maintenance motor
adf_a 4 Phase A Maintenance motor

10.5.13 Printer power supply : P2750


Name Pin
30V 1
GND 2
3V3 3
GND 4
30V 5

10.5.14 Power supply : P2700


Name Pin
30V 1
GND 2
12V 3
GND 4
3V3 5
GND 6
5V 7
GND 8

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10.6 POWER SUPPLY

30V DC is supplied from external power supply which convert 220V AC to 30V DC.
An internal power board convert the 30V DC to 12V, 5V & 3.3V. 12V & 3.3V are generated from 30V with step down
converter and 5V is generated from 12V with low dropout regulator.

230V AC
Power Board
Printer module
30 V
AC/DC 30V DC Thunderbolt 11.82 V

Print heads

Motor
maintenance

12 V CCD
CCD
color module
sensor

Lamp

ADF
motor
driver

Scan
5V CAN motor
Low
Drop video driver

Mainboard LCD

Line Speaker
sensors

3.3V
Digicolor2 Chip Card

Datapump
Flash DP2Vxx

SDRAM Codec
CSP1034C
Buffer
USB Host
ISP1161

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10.7 CLOCKS
A quartz provide a 12MHz clock for the DigiColor2. The internal PLL generate the 92MHz internal frequency and
SDRAM synchronous clock.

92 Mhz SDRAM

Crystal DIGICOLOR Burst


12 Mhz cpu (PLL : Fprocesseur = 93 Mhz) 3 Mhz Thunderbolt

Crystal Printer board


29.4912 Mhz
Modem1

Crystal 12 Mhz Video ADC


6 Mhz USB HOST
OPTION

128 KHz Shift registers

Front Panel

10.8 RESET
Reset is generated by MAX809 reset (reset level 2.93V) or by Thunderbolt (option).
Active reset time 240ms (typ). During the reset mode, the CCD motor controls must be inactive. So the Buffers which
control L6219 Drivers are high impedance during reset .

3.3V

MAX809

Flash code
(active low)

P3V3

10KΩ
Reset modem (I/O) Modem
active high

Digicolor2 Reset LCD LCD


(active low)

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10.9 INTERRUPT MANAGEMENT
DigiColor2 has 8 external inputs . These inputs can generate interrupts for the internal ARM CPU.
Active edge is programmable. There is no priority on these interrupt inputs.
Some interrupts are dedicated for the lexmark printer. So only 5 Interrupts are available.

DIGICOLOR2
Modem INT0
CCD Scanner
INT1
ADF Scanner
INT2
USB Host
INT3
ADF scanner
INT4
Printer
INT5
Printer
INT6
Printer
INT7

10.10 MODEM & LINE INTERFACE


10.10.1 Features :
· loop detection
· 2nd line plug
· hook switch relay
· ring detection (low/high sensitivity)
· modem interface
· pulse / tone dialling
· CNG detection
· country switching for INT-Countries
· active fax switch
· parallel phone detection
· caller identification support
The chip modem is an Agere data pump (DP2Vxx) + CODEC (1034C).
We can use a V32 to V90 data pump.
The data pump is supervised by DigiColor2 on peripheral bus.
The line interface can manage an external telephone.

10.10.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM CI OHL1

RCD Middle Z Ring Loop


Option Detector External
Detector
(answering
machine
RRP
Hi Z
Network

TBR
Network
Gyrator
Protection codec
RDL

Hi Z
Network

TBR
Network

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11 PU (PRINTERBOARD UNIT)

The printerboard contain the ASIC Thunderbolt dedicated to control Lexmark printer engines.
Digicolor2 controle this ASIC by serial link (Data frequency 3MHz).

Thunderbolt provide voltage for printhead (11.82V) generated by an internal switching regulator.
Two internal motor drivers control the Head motor and the paper advance motor.

The cleaning station motor is controlled directly by CPU digicolor2 through an ULN2003 darlington motor driver.

11.1 PU FEATURES :
• Printer ASIC Thunderbolt.
• Motor driver for printer cleaning station.
• Paper sensor.

11.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PU-BOARD)


Cleaning Cleaning station Head
station motor sensor motor
P1802
P1804 Printerhead2
1 P1801
1 1 1 1 1
1 1
P1803

P1902
Paper motor

P1901
P1900
P1800

Printerhead1
Printer 2 Printer 1

P1903
Power
supply

View from the component site 1

11.2 1 Connector list


Location ref. Connector Pin number Model Male / female
P1800 Motor & Thunderbolt control 14 FFC female
P1801 Cleaning station sensor 2 PH female
P1802 Head motor control 2 PH female
P1803 Paper motor control 4 PH female
P1804 Cleaning station motor control 6 PH female
P1900 Printer signals 17 FFC female
P1901 Printer head signal 1 12 FFC female
P1902 Printer head signal 2 12 FFC female
P1903 Power supply 5 PH female

Sensor :
P1800 : Printer paper presence sensor.
P1801 : Cleaning station sensor, when station is in the lower position the Level = 0

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11.2 2 Motor & Thunderbolt control : P1800
Name Pin I/O Description
Reset* 1 O Reset for Main PCB
ANASDO 2 I Data Input Thunderbolt
ANASCLK 3 I Clock Thunderbolt
ANANCS 4 I Chip Select Thunderbolt
GND 5 - Digital Ground
DC_PWM0 6 I DC Motor driver
CMD_PA 7 I Phase A Maintenance motor
CMD_PAn 8 I Phase An Maintenance motor
CMD_PB 9 I Phase B Maintenance motor
CMD_PBn 10 I Phase Bn Maintenance motor
VEILLE 11 I Stand-by sensor control
P_SENSE 12 O present paper sensor
CAM_SW 13 O Maintenance motor sensor
GND 14 - Digital Ground

11.2.3 Cleaning station sensor : P1801


Name Pin I/O Description
CAM_SW 1 I Parking low position
GND 2 - Ground

11.2.4 Head motor control : P1802


Nom Pin I/O Description
DC+ 1 O motor +
DC- 2 O motor -

11.2.5 Paper motor control : P1803


Name Pin I/O Description
FMB- 1 O Phase Bn
FMA- 2 O Phase An
FMB+ 3 O Phase B
FMA+ 4 O Phase A

11.2.6 Cleaning station motor control : P1804


Name Pin I/O Description
PBn 1 O Phase Bn
PAn 2 O Phase An
PB 3 O Phase B
PA 4 O Phase A
P30V_F 5 Power
P30V_F 6 Power

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11.2.7 Printer signals : P1900
Name Pin I/O Description
ACLK 1 I Adress counter clock
AGATE 2 I Force A line to known state
PCLK 3 I Clock for serial data
PD3 4 I Serial data
PD2 5 I Serial data
PD1 6 I Serial data
PD0 7 I Serial data
PLOAD 8 I latch P line data into register
PENABLE 9 I Ouptput
LHCS 10 I Latch Subhtrs & PH select
LCN 11 I Latch control nibble
OK2PRT 12 O indicate overcurrent
HDRESET* 13 O Head reset
ID1 14 O Identification cartridge 1
ID2 15 O Identification cartridge 2
PHASE_A 16 O Head position X
PHASE_B 17 O Head position Y

11.2.8 Printhead 1&2 : P1901 & P1902

Connector P1901 Connector P1902


Name Pin Name Pin
GND 1 GND 1
ACLK 2 PLOAD 2
AGATE 3 PENABLE 3
P3V3 4 GND 4
P11V82 5 LHCS 5
P11V82 6 LCN 6
PCLK 7 OK2PRT 7
P30V 8 HDRESET* 8
PD3 9 ID1 9
PD2 10 ID2 10
PD1 11 Phase_A 11
PD0 12 Phase_B 12

11.2.9 Power supply : P1903


Name Pin
P30V 1
ANAGND 2
P3V3 3
ANAGND 4
P30V 5

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12 PGU (POWER GENERATION UNIT)

12.1 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (PGU-BOARD)

Mainboard
powersupply

J2
8C

Power Jack J1

View from the component site

12.1.1 Connector list


Location ref Connector Pin number Model Male / female
J1 Power jack - PH 2.54mm External
J2 Link to mainboard 8 PH 2.54mm Female

12.1.2 Link to mainboard: J2

Name Pin
GND 1
5V 2
GND 3
3V3 4
GND 5
12V 6
GND 7
30V 8

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13 OPU (OPERATION PANEL UNIT)
The control panel unit manages the keyboard and the LCD screen. It’s controled by CPU Digicolor2 through serial
(serial register). The LCD display ( 2 lines x 16 caracters ) is equipped with its own driver using COG (Chip On Glass)
technology. On this board are also installed the scanner sensors, the external connector for the smart card and the
internal connector for the loudspeaker.

13.1 OPU FEATURE LIST :


• Smartcard interface
• 2 LED’s
• 64 Keys
• LCD 2 lines x 16 characters
• Scanner sensor (Open/Closed)

13.2 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTORS (OPU-BOARD)


LCD Loudspeaker Mainboard
P660 P601
P602

P640

Smartcard

View from the component site

13.2.1 Connector list


Location ref. Connector Pin number Model Male / female
P601 Link to Mainboard 18 PH 2.54mm Female
P602 Loudspeaker 2 PH 2.54mm Female
P640 Smartcard 16 External
P660 LCD 24 FPC 0.5mm Female
Sensor :
- P601, P640 : This sensor detect the chipcard presence ( integrated in the chip card connector).
- P601 : This sensor detect if the scanner module is opened or closed.

13.2.2 Link to Mainboard : P601


Name Pin I/O Description
HPP 18 I Loudspeaker +
HPN 17 I Loudspeaker -
Cpt_scan 16 O Open cover CCD sensor
P3V3 15 Power supply 3.3V
P5V 14 Power supply 5V
Opustr2 13 I LCD control
Reset_LCD 12 I Reset LCD
Opustr1 11 I Control keyboard
OPUID 10 O data OPU → UC
OPUOD 9 I data UC → OPU
OPUCLK 8 I OPU clock
GND 7 Ground
FERCAP 6 O Chip card presence
CVCC 5 I Chip card power supply control
RTSCC 4 I Reset chip card
CLKCC 3 I Clock chip card
GND 2 Ground
IOCC 1 I/O Data chip card

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13.2.3 Loudspeaker : P602

Name Pin Description


HPP 1 Loudspeaker positive
HPM 2 Loudspeaker negative

13.2.4 Smartcard : P640

Name I/O Pin Description


VCC - 1 Power supply
RSTCC I 2 Reset
CLK I 3 Clock
NC - 4 -
GND - 5 Ground
NC - 6 -
IOCC I/O 7 Data I/O
NC - 8 -
NC - 9 -
IOCC I/O 10 Data I/O
NC - 11 -
GND - 12 Ground
NC - 13 -
CLK I 14 Clock
RSTCC I 15 Reset
VCC - 16 Power supply
SW1 - 17 Switch card presence
SW2 - 18 Switch card presence

13.2.5 LCD : P660


Name Pin I/O Description
RS 1 CMOS In Register select
R/W 2 Power GND Read / Write signal (not used, fixed to LOW-only Write)
LCD_E 3 CMOS In Enable signal (active HIGH)
CSB 4 CMOS In Chip select (not used, fixed to LOW-LCD always selected)
DB7 5 CMOS In Data line (bit7/3)
DB6 6 CMOS In Data line (bit6/2)
DB5 7 CMOS In Data line (bit5/1)
DB4 8 CMOS In Data line (bit4/0)
VDD 9 Power Supply voltage for logic
VSS 10 Power GND Ground
V4 11 Power Bias voltage for LCD driving
V3 12 Power Bias voltage for LCD driving
V2 13 Power Bias voltage for LCD driving
V1 14 Power Bias voltage for LCD driving
V0 15 Power Bias voltage for LCD driving
VR 16 Power Voltage adjust for LCD driving
VOUT 17 Power Build-in DC/DC converter output
CAP2- 18 Power Used by the internal voltage converter
CAP2+ 19 Power Used by the internal voltage converter
CAP1- 20 Power Used by the internal voltage converter
CAP1+ 21 Power Used by the internal voltage converter
VSS 22 Power GND Ground
PS 23 CMOS In Parallel / Serial interface selection (not used, fixed to VDD-parallel interface)
RESETB 24 CMOS In Hardware reset

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14 SCANNER MODULE

The color scanner module (600dpi) is designed by Primax.


The slim device of flatbed scanner (w/ADF) design focuses on providing a low cost and high quality of 600 DPI flatbed
scanner device for CPS-2 model. The scanner device provides FFC cable, motor cables for connecting the scanner
device to a host printer device, to be as a whole function of 4 in 1 MFP machine. To provide users total solution
to do ”image scan”, “copy”, ”print” & ”fax.” Jobs.
The color CCD (charge coupled device) module with housing is a 600DPI image reader unit for letter-size documents. It
include all the CCD sensor, lamp, lamp’s inverter, lens mirror’s optical unit, motor set, document cover, top cover and
bottom cover.

14.1 FEATURES OF SCANNER DEVICE :


- Dimension : 360(W) × 468(L) × 90(H) mm (excluded lock)
- Scanning size : 216 mm x 297 mm ( width for letter-size)
- Light source : CCFL
- Scanning sensor : CCD 600DPI (above 5100 effective pixels)
- CCD output: 600 DPI 5 ms/1 è CCD output approx. 1.0V
- MTF :
Scanning direction: 35% (minimum)
Vertical direction: 30% (minimum)
Test condition: Resolution = 600 DPI, Test pattern = 140 LPPI
- Color shift :
Scanning direction: less than 2 pixel
Vertical direction: less than 2 pixel
- CCD interface : Analog output (without A/D)
- Single 12V power supply
- Maximum data rate: 5 MHz/color
- Input clock pulse: CMOS 5V drive
- Number of output: 3 (R0G0B)
- Connection:
SCANNER: 16 pin FFC cable (pitch 1.25mm),4 pin Motor wires (JST, pitch 2.0mm)
ADF: 11pin set document sensor + read position sensor + limit switch + Motor wires
- Unit life : 10 Khr.

Sensor :
- One sensor for the detection of the paper presence in the Automatic document feeder (ADF).
- One sensor for the detection if paper is ready for scanning. After insertion, the paper move forward until
this sensor is switched.

- One sensor for the detection if ADF is open (to remove the paper in case of stuffing).

Scanner function and image processing is managed by DigiColor2. It generate the control signal for the CAN and the
CCD module. Data image are sampled by the CAN and sent to DigiColor2 image processing interface.

600 dpi CCD Sensor : Signal to drive : video output :


ILX548K (Sony) SH, φ1, φ2, RS, CP, TG OS_R, OS_G, OS_B

SH = Start Pulse (horizontal synchronisation)

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The ADC is a WM8192 from Wolfson.

The WM8192 samples up to three inputs (RINP, GINP and BINP) simultaneously. The device then
processes the sampled video signal with respect to the video reset level or an internally / externally
generated reference level using either one or three processing channels.

Each processing channel consist of an Input Sampling block with optional Reset Level Clamping
(RLC) and Correlated Double Sampling (CDS), an 8-bit programmable offset DAC and an 8-bit
Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA).

The ADC then converts each resulting analogue signal to a 16-bit digital word. The digital output from
the ADC is presented on an 8-bit wide bi-directional bus, with optional 8 or 4-bit multiplexed formats.

On-chip control registers determine the configuration of the device, including the offsets and gains
applied to each channel. These registers are programmable via a serial interface.

The WM8192 can sample and process one to three inputs through one or three processing channels
as follows:

Colour Pixel-by-Pixel: The three inputs (RINP, GINP and BINP) are simultaneously sampled for
each pixel and a seperate channel processes each input. The signals are then multiplexed into the ADC,
which converts all three inputs within the pixel period.

Monochrome: A single chosen input (RINP, GINP, or BINP) is sampled, processed by the
corresponding channel and converted by the ADC. The choice of input and channel can be changed
via the control interface, e.g. on a line-by-line basis if required.

Colour Line-byLine: A single chosen input (RINP, GINP, or BINP) is sampled and multiplexed into
the red channel for processing before being converted by the ADC. The input selected can be
switched in turn (RINP -> GINP -> BINP -> RINP ....) together with the PGA and Offset DAC control
registers by pulsing the RLC / ACYC pin. This is Known as auto-cycling. Alternatively, other sampling
sequences can be generated via the control registers. This mode causes the blue and green channels to
be powered down. Refer to the Line-by-Line Operation section for more details.

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15 PRINTER ENGINE

The color inkjet printer engine is designed by Lexmark. The codename is: KOSRAE.
The Kosrae engine will consist of a ”print bar” which can be interfaced to electronics.
Kosrae engine features high quality, full function, full speed, CMYK printing.
The size of the engine is as small as possible within the limits of current ink jet technology.
The Kosrae engine will use the new Lexmark Bonsai print cartridges.

15.1 MAIN FEATURES :

Print Speed Notes


Print Speed (Quick Print) : 9 ppm mono / 5 ppm color The print speed of Kosare
printer is measured from
paper pick to paper exit
during one page.

Print Quality
Nozzle Count : Mono: 208
Color: 64 per color
Drop Size : Mono: 24pl
Color: 7pl
Ink : Black Ink: Mono Pigment
Color: Color dye based inks
Firing Frequency : Mono: 12kHz
Color: 12kHz
Print Modes (Black & Color) : Quick Print: 600 x 300 dpi
Normal: 600 x 600 dpi
High: 1200 x 1200 dpi
Maximum: 2400 x 1200 dpi
Photo Cartridge : No
Printhead : Disposable cartridge
Front wedge lock mechanism
Mechanism
Phisical Dimensions (Dual The engine (without sheet feeder) fit into
head) : a rectangular box with the following
interior dimensions.
Width: 13.0 in
Depth: 5.0 in
Height: 3.524 in
Acoustics : < 42 dBA (printing at 600 dpi in Normal ISO 7779 & 9296
Quality printing color with plain paper)
Maintenance : Motorized maintenance mechanism with
stepper motor.
Cap station: Outside paper path
Exit Drive System: The exit rate is feed rate +< 1%

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15.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

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16 TECHNICAL DATA
General
Dimension 460x397x190mm (WxDxH)
Weight Approx. 8kg
Power supply 220-240V/50-60Hz
Power consumption Approx. 10W
in stand-by mode
Memory 8 MB
Directory capacity 200 entries
Telephone connection type PSTN / PABX
Chip card ISO 7816-4

Scanner
Type CCD colour
Resolution 600 x 600 dpi
Scanning area 216 x 297mm
Scanning width 206mm
ADF capacity 10 sheets max.
Flatbed scanning speed B/W: 10.5 sec / page
Colour: 17,5 sec / page

Printer
Type Colour bubble ink-jet
Resolution 600x600 dpi
Printing speed B/W: 9 pages / min
Colour: 5 pages / min
Printing width 203,2mm
Printing length B/W: 284,3mm
Colour: 279,1mm
Paper dimensions width: 88,9-215,6mm
length: 127-431,8mm

Fax
Fax type ITU T30, G3
Connection type PSTN / PABX
Dialling type DTMF
Modulation V17/V29/V27ter/V34
Coding scheme MH, MR, MMR
Modem speed 33k6 bps
Resolution Normal mode: 200x100dpi
Fine/photo mode: 200x200dpi
Super fine mode: 200x400 dpi

SMS
Gateway V23
Memory 30 messages

PC connection
Connection type USB slave 1.1
Operating systems Windows 98 / 2000 / ME / XP
Scanner driver TWAIN / WIA

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IV Spare parts
exploded view
PANEL

6b

6a
7
8

4 - 02
HOUSING
14

11
12

16

15a
15b

10

13b

13c 13a

4 - 03
SCANNER
23

20

24
26

27

21

25

22

4 - 04
PRINTER

30

31

PRINTBOARDS

40

42

4 - 05
Page Pos. Description Remark Codenumber
4-02 1 Panel, complete 5103 508 83400
4-02 2 Panel, printed 5103 507 67000
4-02 3 LCD 5103 508 82450
4-02 4 LCD window 5103 504 23310
4-02 5 Panel switch 5103 504 23320
4-02 6a Rubbermat Left 5103 504 42390
4-02 6b Center keys 5103 504 23330
4-02 7 Rubbermat Center 5103 504 42400
4-02 8 Rubbermat Right 5103 504 42410
4-03 10 Bottom 5103 507 66180
4-03 11 Back cover 5103 504 23200
4-03 12 Slide guide 5103 504 23230
4-03 13a Under tray Complete, old 5103 504 23210
4-03 13b Under tray 5103 504 24070
4-03 13c Under tray 5103 504 24080
4-03 14 Tray 5103 504 23220
4-03 15a Lever 5103 504 23250
4-04 15b Lever spring 5103 501 01870
4-04 16 Chassis 5103 509 25700
4-04 20 Scannermodule, complete 5103 508 82440
4-04 21 Document tray 5103 509 25630
4-04 22 Scan upper part 5103 509 25640
4-04 23 ADF Upper, assy 5103 509 25650
4-04 24 ADF Lower, assy 5103 509 25660
4-04 25 Document cover 5103 509 25670
4-05 26 ADF PAD 5103 509 25680
4-05 27 Flat bed motor 5103 509 25690
4-05 30 Engine 5103 508 82240
4-05 31 Paper feed, assy 5103 509 25710
4-05 35 Ink cartridge Black 5103 509 02360
4-05 36 Ink cartridge Colour 5103 509 02370
4-05 40 PCB Mainboard 5103 508 14860
4-05 41 PCB Printer 5103 508 14870
4-05 42 PCB Power 5103 508 82740
4-05 43 PSU External 5103 508 82390

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