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SERVICE MANUAL

LS100
Image Scanning System

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Corso Vercelli, 332 - 10015 IVREA - ITALY
Tel. (0125) 235611 - Telefax (0125) 235623
http://www.ctsgroup.it

Technical characteristics are subject to change without notice


All rights reserved
This document may not be reproduced, adapted or translated without prior authorization.
CTS electronics may not be held liable for direct, indirect, accidental, consequential or other
damages relating to the provision and use of this information.

Edition: 01 June 2007


Code: MAN 1168

Previous Issue Sujects covered in the new issue New pages


Introduced or amended
19 January 2005 Add. LS100/5 and general modification all
22 February 2005 Add. Ink-jet t 12 Nozzles all
10 June 2005 feature and characteristics 7-4
12 July 2005 TAV. Nr 7 8-16
20 July 2005 Scanner 6-51; 6-52
27 July 2005 Measure of Ink jet character / TAV. 5 4-12; 7-5 / 8-12
01 August 2005 Supply / Spares TAV. 3 7-6; 8-9
15 September 2005 Add. LS100/5 CIS flat cable, Add Spare codes 6-30; 8-7/8-12
03 November 2005 Information to the user 1-6
15 September 2006 Table N°6 8-14
27 October 2006 Table N°7 8-16; 8-17
17 November 2006 LS100/3 board; Table N°3; Table N°7 5-6; 8-9; 8-16
13 April 2007 General revision all

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FOREWORD

This manual is meant for technicians servicing the LS 100 Scanning System.

This machine must be used solely for the purposes for which it was
designed. Any intervention modifying its original operating configuration
NOTE! must be authorized and certified beforehand by the manufacturer.

CTS electronics is not liable for any damages caused by the use of
non-original spare parts.

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SYMBOLS

The LS 100 Service Manual uses the following convention symbols:

The notes contain important information for the operator.


NOTE!

The ‘Warning’ messages warn the operator that the procedure

!
being undergone could, if carried out incorrectly, result in
injury or damage to the machine.
WARNING!

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DECLARATION CE of CONFORMITY

The manufactured: C.T.S. electronics S.p.A.


Corso Vercelli, 332 - 10015 Ivrea (To) Italy
Declares under its sole responsability that the product:
Equipment category: Information Technology Equipment
Product type: Reader and Document Scanning System
Commercial name: LS100/1, LS100/2, LS100/3, LS100/5

Fulfils the essential requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility and of Electrical Safety as prescribed by the Directives:
th th
89/336/EEC dated 3 May 1989 with subsequent amendments (Directive 92/31/EEC dated 28 April 1992 and Directive
nd
93/68/EEC dated 22 July 1993);
th nd
73/23/EEC dated 19 February 1973 with subsequent amendments (Directive 93/68/EEC dated 22 July 1993);
since designed and manufactured in compliance with the following European Harmonised Standards:

EN 55022: (Limits and method of measurements of radio interference characteristics of Information Technology
Equipment)
EN 61000-3-2: (Electromagnetic Compatibility – Part 3: Limit – Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emission (equipment
input current £16 A per phase))
EN 61000-3-3: (Electromagnetic Compatibility – Part 3: Limit – Section 3: Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in
low-voltage supply system for equipment with rated current £16A)
EN 55024: (Limits and method of measurements of Immunity characteristics of Information Technology Equipment)
EN 60950-1: (Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including electrical business equipment)

Compliance with the above mentioned essential requirements is shown by affixing the CE marking on the product.

U.S.A.
U.S. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
INFORMATION TO THE USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial enviroment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Change or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s aulhority to operate
the equipment. Connecting of peripherals required the use of grounded shielded signal cables.

CANADA
EMI REQUIREMENTS FOR CANADIAN MARKET
This digital apparatus does not exceed the class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the
interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the industry of Canada.
SPECIFICATIONS EMI POUR LE MARCHÉ CANADIEN
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe A prescrites
dans la norme sur le matériel prouilleur: “Appareils Numériques”, NMB-003 édictée par le Ministre des Communications.

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INFORMATION TO THE USER

SUPPLIED BY PARTNERS

The symbol, affixed on the equipment, means that the refuse of this equipment must be collected
separately.

Therefore the user shall deliver the related refuse to one of the special centres predisposed by the local
administrations for the separate refuse collection.
In alternative the user shall give the equipment back to the retailer in exchange for a new equivalent
equipment.

The separate collection of the refuse and the related operations for the treatment, recycling and waste
disposal, promote the manufacturing of new equipment using recycled materials thus limiting the
damages to the environment and the negative effects to the health due to an inadequate waste
management.

The unauthorized waste disposing of the product will be submitted to the administrative penalties in
conformity to the article 50 and subsequent articles of the D.lgs number 22/1997.

According to the article 13, D.Lgs dated 25 July 2005 n 151 Enforcing of the directives : 2002/95/CE,
2002/96/CE e 2003/108/CE)”, related to reduce the use of dangerous substances in electric and
electronic equipment and to the refuse disposal.

For more information visit www.ctsgroup.it

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
DECLARATION CE of CONFORMITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
INFORMATION TO THE USER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6

INTRODUCTION and DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
GENERAL FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
FUNCTIONAL GROUPS AND THEIR POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
POSITION OF PHOTOSENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
COMMANDS, EXTERNAL INDICATORS AND LABELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
LS100/1 BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
LS100/2 BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
LS100/3, LS100/4 AND LS100/5 BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12

INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

LS100 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3


USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
RS232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5

USE and MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1

USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Turning on the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Procedure for the reading of documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Document adjustable stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Magnetic BADGE reading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Personalisation of the SELF- INKING STAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11

MAIN ELECTRONICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1

BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
BADGE Reader Board. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
OCR board (LS100-EP code 10826) only for LS100/3 and LS100/4 . . . . . . . . . 5-3
LS100/1 board (LS100-2 code 10706) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
LS100/2 board (LS100-3 code 10743) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
LS100/3 board (LS100-4 code 10805) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6

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LS100/4 board (LS100-4 code 10781) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7


LS100/5 board (LS100-5 code 10834) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Ink-Jet board (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
Ink-Jet board (Ink-jet 12 \Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9

CALIBRATION NORMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1

REPLACEMENT AND MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . 6-3


ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY OF THE BODY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
1- Disassembly of extractable document plane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
2- Removal of the Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
3- Removal of the internal cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
4- Removal of the external cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
5- Accessing the Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MOTOR GROUP . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
1- Replacement of the motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
2- Replacement of the drive belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
3- Adjustment of the drive belt and the motor unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
REPLACEMENT OF THE PINCH ROLLER GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
1- Electromagnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
2- O-Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
REPLACEMENT OF THE SCANNER GROUP PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-14
1- Contrast roller on the front scanner (C1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
2- Contrast roller on the rear scanner (C2 - Module front/rear scanner). . . . . . . 6-17
3- Contrast plad on the dummy rear scanner (C3 - Module only front scanner) . . . 6-18
4- Front scanner (C4 - Module only front scanner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
5- Front scanner (C4 - Module front/rear scanner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
6- Dummy rear scanner (C5 - Module only front scanner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
7- Rear scanner (C6 - Module front / rear scanner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-23
ADJUSTMENT OF THE SCANNER GROUP PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-25
1- Scanners proximity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-25
2- Scanner contrast roller (Front/Rear). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-26
- Front scanner contrast roller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-26
- Rear scanner contrast roller (Module front/rear scanner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
REPLACEMENT OF THE CIS FLAT CABLE SPECIFIC FOR LS100/5 . . . . . . 6-30
REPLACEMENT OF THE INK-JET GROUP (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles) . . . . . . . 6-31
1- Bubble-Jet printhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-31
2- Felt pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-32
3- Printhead support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-32
4- Ink-Jet board (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-33
REPLACEMENT THE INK-JET GROUP (Ink-jet 12 Nozzles). . . . . . . . . . . . 6-34
1- Ink-Jet printhead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-34
2- Felt pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-35
3- Printhead support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-35
4- Ink-Jet board (Ink-jet 12 Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-36
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE STAMP GROUP . . . . . . . . . . 6-37

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1- Replacement of the Stamp group electromagnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-37


2- Adjustment of the electromagnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-38
3- Adjustment of the arm on the stamp group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-38
4- Replacement of the stamp support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-39
REPLACEMENT THE FEEDER GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-40
1- Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-41
2- O-ring and feeder roller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-42
3- Pinch roller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-42
4- Electromagnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-43
5- Reject sliding block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-43
REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MICR READHEAD GROUP. . . . 6-45
1- Replacement of the MICR readhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-45
2- Regulation of the MICR readhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-45
REPLACEMENT OF THE BADGE READER GROUP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-46
REPLACEMENT OF THE OCR BOARD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-47
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-49
SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-49
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-50
PHOTOSENSOR GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-50
SCANNER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-52
LENGTH OF THE IMAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-54
AMPLIFIER GAIN E13B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-55
DOWNLOAD NEW FIRMWARE FROM A PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-59
FIRMWARE UPDATE PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-59
PARTIAL DOWNLOADING OF FIRMWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-60

GENERAL FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1

SUPPLIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6

SPARE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1

SPARE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3


TAV. Nr 1
SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.01
COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
TAV. Nr 1/A
SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.02 / 03
COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.02 / 03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
TAV. Nr 1/B
SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.04
COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
TAV. Nr 1/C
SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.05
COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
TAV. Nr 2

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GRUPPO BADGE e ALIMENTAZIONE


BADGE GROUP AND MAINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
TAV. Nr 3
PIASTRE ELETTRICHE
ELECTRONIC BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
TAV. Nr 4
GRUPPO INK-JET (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)
INK-JET GROUP (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
TAV. Nr 4
GRUPPO INK-JET (Ink- jet 12 Nozzles)
INK-JET GROUP (Ink- jet 12 Nozzles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
TAV. Nr 5
GRUPPI ELETTROMECCANICI
ELECTROMECHANICAL GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12
TAV. Nr 6
RULLI, MOLLE E TIMBRO
ROLLERS, SPRING AND STAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-14
TAV. Nr 7
GRUPPO SFOGLIATORE
FEEDER GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
TAV. Nr 8
CINGHIE, O-RING E RUOTE DENTATE
BELT, O-RING AND GEARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-18

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Chapter 2

INTRODUCTION and
DESCRIPTION

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INTRODUCTION

LS100 is a reader/scanner created to operate easily and silently, with a modern design and of a compact size.
This product has been produced especially for banking and financial institution where it must be installed at cashier
front desks and thus must be able to carry out all necessary functions easily and without taking up too much space.
LS100 can process a single document at a time introduced in the manual drop feeder or until 15 document if optional
motorized feeder is present. It can read the codeline MICR, CMC7 / E13B or OCR imprint void stamp, print a
message on the back of the document for completing endorsement stamp and scan both sides of the document.
The processed document is deposited into the output tray that can collect about 5 documents. Connection to the
system is by USB 1.1, USB2.0 or serial RS232.
The peripheral can retain the document after it has read the codeline and scanned the front image, return it in the
input slot for imprinting or endorsing the document on the base of the results of the read codeline or of the data
extracted from the image.
In applications where the need is first to process the code line and to archive the document image in a second time,
the LS100 can read the code line and send it in the real time, store the image in his memory and send it afterwards in
background.
The peripheral can convert the image of the document in B\W but only the model that use serial RS232 can
compress it in TIFF before the transfer.

The base model are the follows:


LS100/1 interface: USB 1.1 image features: gray level and black/white fixed threshold
LS100/2 interface: USB 1.1/serial RS232 image features: gray level and black/white adaptive threshold
LS100/3 interface: USB 2.0 image features: gray level
LS100/4 interface: USB 2.0 image features: colour, gray level and black/white adaptive
threshold
LS100/5 interface: USB 2.0 Image features: colour and gray level

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GENERAL FEATURES

Manual document feeding system


The LS 100 has an in-built manual feeding system for documents. There is a special slot which
the document can just fall into thus activating the work cycle.

Reading of MICR characters


The LS 100 has a readhead for reading magnetic characters of up to 11mm in height and can
automatically decode CMC7 or E13B characters. It has the latest algorithms thus guaranteeing
low error and misreading rates even on the most critical documents.
In order to ensure reader reliability, the paper driving mechanism can guarantee a maximum
speed error of +/- 2%.

Image acquisition
The used scanner module is a new CIS which is a compact size. It is able to acquire images with
a resolution of 100/200 dpi,16/256 shades of grey, by using an illumination system RGB.
The protective glass slide at the rear of the scanner is placed at the printing height of the ink-jet
printhead and at the front of the scanner at the height of the stamp.

Document collecting tray


It is possible to collect up to 5 documents in the exit tray. These are in the same order in which
they were originally placed in the machine.

Paper detection sensors


The sensors are both reliable and safe. They are auto-setting type and positioned so that they
can eliminate false signals.
There are three sensors in all: 1) document presence in the entrance tray, 2) synchronised for
MICR reading, inkjet printing and image acquisition, 3) document completed out from the paper
path and in the collecting tray.

Autodiagnostics
The LS 100 has an internal log which records all the data needed for normal and extra
maintenance of the machine.

Data interface
The LS 100 ‘interacts’ with the PC via a USB or RS232c data interface

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Power system
The LS 100 has an external switching power system. This system can accept input at 110 - 230
vac. and provide the 24 volt DC needed. The LS 100 has also a switch to interrupt the power.

The peripheral can be provided by CTS Electronics with these additional functional parts:

Automatic Feeder (Features available on LS100/3, LS100/4 and LS100/5 in alternative to stamp)
The feeder can hold up to 15 documents at the time. The feeding system permit insert one or more
documents at a time as even when stopped the document presser remains open.

Double feeding check (Features available on LS100/3 and LS100/5)


The double feeding check measures the thickness of the document for transparency with infra red
light. It has got two separate sensors. This, in addition to a specific algorithm, allows a more
accurate checking of the feeding of two or more documents.
The LS100, when two documents are fed in, may react in two different ways depending on two
different settings available when the machine is turned on. There is a special warning signal or else
the machine stops.

Stamping mechanism (in alternative to feeder)


The LS 100 has a stamping system with an automatic inking pad. The stamp module is located in
the feeder slot and positioned in such a way as to avoid covering the signature on the front of the
cheques. Stamping is carried out on the front of the document. There is no indicator for when the ink
runs out.
The pad may be personalized by the end user in accordance with the guidelines given by CTS.

Ink-jet printing
The printhead used is high quality, has 50 nozzles and can write a whole series of alphanumerical
characters on the back of the document. The vertical working position of the printhead is fixed.

Magnetic badge reader


As an option the LS 100 can include a module for reading badges with a magnetic strip.
The Badge reader group can accept plastic cards with magnetic strips in compliance with the ISO
7810 and ISO 7811 standards. It can decode two tracks simultaneously 1&2 or 2&3 (on LS100/3
and LS100/4 also 1&2&3 available) and bidirectionally with a speed of between 10 e 90 cm/s.

OCR reading (Features available on LS100/3 and LS100/4)


The LS100 has got an optional electronic board (DSP) which, analysing a section of the front
image, provides the reading of OCR numerical and/or alphanumerical typed writing. For this
features, it uses neuron technology.

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FUNCTIONAL GROUPS AND THEIR POSITIONS

1 - Badge system (Optional)


2 - Stamping system (Optional)
3 - Image Scanning system
4 - MICR read head system
5 - Ink-Jet system (Optional)
6 - Pinch roller system (Optional) or automatic feeder
7 - Feeder

1 2 6

3 4 5

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POSITION OF PHOTOSENSORS

5a - MICR reading photosensor


5b - Feeder photosensor
5c - Sorter photosensor

5a 5b

5c

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COMMANDS, EXTERNAL INDICATORS AND LABELS

1 - Badge reader 6 - Keyboard connector/RS232


2 - Led connector
3 - Entrance-way for document 7 - USB connector
4 - Extractible document plane 8 - Power conector
5 - Document recovery bin 9 - ON/OFF Switch
10 - Label (Product details)

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9

10

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LS100/1 BLOCK DIAGRAM

MICR head
Scanner

MICR reading
Photosensor
Badge Reader
(Option)

Step motor USB


Connector

Feeder Photosensor Keyboard Interface*


Mother board
LS 100

Sorter Photosensor Ink-jet


expansion
(option)
Electromagnet
Stamp
Serial interface for
Feeder pinch roller Firmware
electromagnet Download
HOST serial
(Option) Connection
(Special cable)

SW Power supply
24 Vdc

*Future enchancement

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LS100/2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

MICR head
Scanner

MICR reading
Photosensor
Badge Reader
(Option)

Step motor USB


Connector

Keyboard Interface*
Feeder Photosensor RS232 interface
Mother board
LS 100

Sorter Photosensor Ink-jet


expansion
(option)
Electromagnet
Stamp
Serial interface for
Feeder pinch roller Firmware
electromagnet Download
HOST serial
(Option) Connection
(Special cable)

SW Power supply
24 Vdc

*Future enchancement

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LS100/3, LS100/4 AND LS100/5 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Scanner
MICR head

Badge Reader MICR reading Double feeding **


(Option) Photosensor check

Step motor
USB
Connector
Feeder Photosensor
Keyboard Interface*
RS232 interface
Mother board

Sorter Photosensor
LS 100

Ink-jet
Feeder (option) expansion
(option)
Or
Electromagnet
Stamp (option)
Serial interface for
Pinch roller Firmware
electromagnet HOST serial
Download
(option) Connection
(Special cable)

Ocr
expansion
(option) SW Power supply
24 Vdc

*Future enchancement
**Only when the feeder is present

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Chapter 3

INSTALLATION

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LS100 INSTALLATION

Foreword
The LS 100 is normally programmed according to Client needs in the factory. Any modifications
to the programming should be carried out by qualified person.

· Before placing the machine in the desired location, insert the power supply cable (A) into the
socket at the back;
· Now place the LS 100 in the desired location and ensure that (for greater ease of use)the input
and output slots are facing the front and that the Badge will be easily accessible.
· Press the ON/OFF Switch in “ I ” position;

! WARNING!
Before to start LS100/2, setting in serial modality, connect the
scanner to the PC, to guarantee the programm’s recognition.

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USB

The LS100/1 and LS100/2 uses the USB Release 1.1 while Ls100/3 and LS100/4 uses USB 2.0 as
interface. The USB connection system is versatile and allows a point-to-point connection between the
host (or a hub ) and the peripheral.

The user can connect or disconnect the LS100 even when the system is being fed. The operating system
can automatically sense when the reader is connected and ready for use.

USB connection

LS100
PC/CONTROLLER USB
peripheral

B
Insert the connection cable (B) into the
USB connector, situated in the side,
and connect the machine to a PC (A). A

USB connector diagram

Contact Number Signal Name


2 1
1 VBUS

2 D-
3 4
3 D+

4 GND

The LS100/2 board configuration, in USB mode, is

! WARNING!
programmed according to client needs in the factory, any
modifications should be carried out by qualified personnel

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RS232
The serial connection modality is feasible in exclusive with LS100/2. RS232 interface is configured fixed
as follow :
Baud rate 115200
Parity No parity
Data bit 8
Stop bit 1

LS100
PC/CONTROLLER Serial
peripheral

Insert the connection cable (B) into the B


keyboard connector, situated in the side,
and connect the machine to a PC (A). A

Turn ON the LS100/2

RS232 cable diagram (code: CAB0870)

The LS100/2 board configuration, in serial mode, is

! WARNING!
programmed according to client needs in the factory, any
modifications should be carried out by qualified personnel

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Chapter 4

USE and
MAINTENANCE

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USE

Turning on the machine


Once the LS100 has been installed correctly, position the switch to ON.
The reader will carry out an internal self-diagnosis and a cycle for clearing the document path ; in
order to ensure that everything is carried out correctly it is necessary to check that:

A) the motors are functioning correctly;


B) the LEDs on the console light up;
C) the Beeper makes a sound, only when the interface cable is connect;
D) the LEDs continue to blink to indicate that is ready to work.

CTS electronics provides a software for test the LS100 reader and make all necessary software
calibration LS100 demo test LSW1.exe

Procedure for the reading of documents


When a document is inserted it is important that:
· the CODE LINE is positioned below and facing the outer side of the machine. (A)
· the documents are aligned correctly and inserted so that the upper part reaches the raised
marks seen on the top of the machine (B);
· all the documents are correctly placed on the tray (for longer documents use the extension).

B Only for LS100/3/4/5

With feeder Without feeeder

If the Pinch-Roller unit is not present on the LS100, push the document
manually until it is automatically picked up.
NOTE! If the feeder is present introduce one or more documents (up to 15
documents maximum, depending on paper weight in grams).
If a bourrage occours please slide out the document towards the top;

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In order to read any Documents it is necessary to

· Execute the program and select the “DOCUMENT HANDLE” menu. In this way it is possible
to access the menu regarding document management. Select “MANUAL ...” or press the “F5”
key and a dialogue window will open up.

· Once the correct configuration for reading is found and the number of documents placed in the
input slot has finished, it is possible to save the settings used previously by selecting
”REPEAT MANUAL” from the “DOCUMENT HANDLE” menu or by pressing the “F6” key.

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1- SCAN MODE : It permits to specify if capturing the image of the document in black
and white or shades of grays scale or color.
If the image is captured in black and white it can be trasfered to the
PC in TIFF group 2 or BMP.
If the image is captured in grays scale it is possible to specify the
resolution 100/200 dpi and the number of gray levels.

2- FRONT STAMP: If this is selected, it enables the stamping of the document)

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3- CODELINE TYPE : It permits to specify which informations decode inside LS100 (MICR or
OCR fw) or by software.
Press SET button to open the following windows:

B- Insert coordinate
C- Select the measure unit
D- Select Barcode type:
B interleaved 2 of 5
code 39
code 128

C
D

B- Insert coordinate
C- Select the measure unit
D- Select Read type
B

C
D

Press VIEW button to see the activate optical windows parameters:

height Optical Windows


Y

width x

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The OCR Sw and Barcode Sw are features controlled by proprietary DLL


starting from the image read by the peripheral.
NOTE!

5- CHECK CODELINE : it permits a comparison of the read codeline with the base
codeline. If these are different, the LS100 interrrupts reading.
DO CHECK : (Enable the check )
CODELINE BASE : (Codeline used for checking)
INSERT LAST CODELINE : (This uses the last codeline read as a checking string)

6- SAVE CODELINE : It permit to save the codeline on “codelinels100.TXT” text file


SAVE ON FILE: (Enable save on file)
RESET FILE : (This eliminates the old File and creates a new one when a new ‘read’
command is given)

7- SET PRINT STRING : (String for document endorsing)


(a dialogue window will open up where digit a string)

8- READ IMAGE : It permits to specify how to read the image


SIDE : (This defines the side of the document scanned)
CLEAR IMAGE : (This does not visualise the the back part of the scanned image )

9- SAVE ON FILE : This saves the scanned images in a 3 different extension File
JPG QUALITY : (This indicates the level of compression of the JPG images which
have been saved )

10- TIFF TYPE: If selected the estension TIFF in the point 10 enables the window when
select the TIFF Type

11- OVERLAPPED MODE: In this mode LS100 can read codeline, send it immediately to PC
and store the image in the internal memory and transfer the data in a
second time in background mode.

12- WAIT TIMEOUT : (If selected, when the read command is given, it waits 5 seconds
before indicating “Feeder empty” thus allowing the insertion of
documents)

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13- DOCUMENTS : Document control


ALL DOCUMENTS : (This reads all the documents present in the leafer)
NUM ; (This only reads the selected number of documents)
DOC. RETAIN: (Enable to retain the document after it has overcome the full front
scanner. The following window appears:

1a

2a

3a

1a- SET PRINT STRING : String for document endorsing


(a dialogue window will open up when digit a string)
2a- FRONT STAMP: If this is selected, it enables the stamping of the document
3a- SIDE : This defines the side of the document scanned)

To conclude the document process press the SORT button.

Document adjustable stop

· When the document reading is finish


you can take the document inside the
recovery bin. For the long document
1
extract the adjustable stop (1) .

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Magnetic BADGE reading

In order to read the Badge, it is necessary to


· Load the program and select the “DOCUMENT HANDLE” menu. In this way you access the
the document management menu. Select “READ BADGE” and a dialog window will open up.

· Select the track to be read (A) and confirm selecting “READ”;

Select the track of badge 2 or 3 or 1 to read or 2&3 or 2&1 or 1&2&3 (depending


on setup configuration) and pass the badge as explaned later on.
NOTE! The read data appear in the item related to the track selected.

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· Pass the badge through the reading slot with the magnetic band in the correct direction;

The Badge reader functions correctly even when the magnetic card is
passed through in the opposite direction to the one indicated.
NOTE!

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Personalisation of the SELF- INKING STAMP


The optional Stamp module is supplied without an ink-pad. This means that the client can personalise the
machine by placing its own pad in the area dedicated for stamping;

13-150;
0,512 in
-50
-50;
39.6-150;
1,559 in

5.5 mm
0,217 in

0
0.5 mm
0,020 in

The writing must be evenly distributed over the surface in


order to ensure a correct and even pressure on the document.
NOTE!

The center of the image that stamp can


imprint can be located between 18 -55
mm (0,71 - 2,165 in) depending on how
the document fall in the feeder.

with feeder without feeder

Only for LS100/3/4/5

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Measure of the Ink-Jet characters printing respect the document


Maximun number of characters per printing: 90 (80 characters on a 225 mm (8,858 in) cheque)

Bubble jet (50 Nozzles)


in)
(2,835 in)

20 mm (0,787 in)
72 mm (2,835

abcdefghilmnopqrstuvz 1234567890

40 mm (1,575 in)

181 mm (7,126 in)

Ink jet (12 Nozzles)

10 mm (0,394 in)
72 mm (2,835 in)

abcdefghilmnopqrstuvz 1234567890

50 mm (1,969 in)

181 mm (7,126 in)

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Chapter 5

MAIN ELECTRONICS

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BOARDS

BADGE Reader Board

J1

J1 1

J2
1

J2

J1 Badge readhead connector J2 Mother Board Connector

OCR board (LS100-EP code 10826) only for LS100/3 and LS100/4

1
C12

C10

C14
U10
U3 +
C3
U2 U4
J1
C11
C13

C9

U5
J1
R4 R8
R19 R20
R7 R6 R13 R14

R18 R21 1
J2 C5 C6 R22
1 1 C8 C7
U1
U6 U9 U8 U7

R1 R9 C4
R2 X1
R5

R12 R11 R10 R15 R16 R17


C2

C1

PT1

J1 Mother Board Connector J2 Not used

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LS100/1 board (LS100-2 code 10706)

J15

VITE3
J15

L3
J7 J7

R106
R105
J9 INT.

+
J9

C73

S1
D4

F1

+
C74
U16
J14

+
C84

J14
D5

L2
D1
T1 T2

VITE2

R116
R115
D2
PFMA

+
PT3

C77
J6
C

U18

J6
FOT1

U17
E

R118
R119
+
10

J1
9

C91

U3
U8

LED1

PT1

J8
J8
J1

+ C7
X1

U20
2
1

U19
C4

VITE5
+
U9

U7

TP4
J2

C94
+
1
1

U27

TP5
1

C18
+
31

U4
J3

U2

J5

1
U6

U5
81
51

TP3 109

U22
VITE4
1

J4

1
T5 T4 T3
C

J16 J10
FOT3
1

U1
U23
U13
C46

J10

+ D3
J17
J16

U12

73
37

1
U11

TP2

1
TP1
PT4

K
FOT2

1 J13
PT2 C34

C37

C66

+
+
C8

+
J11
E

A
C38

C33

+
J11
U14

+
L1

C67

U15
+

+
1

J12
T10 T11
+
U10

C62

C101
J12

L4

C103

T8
+

PFMA_1
T7 T6 T9

+
U21

J13
VITE1

U24

U25

U26
TR1

INT. ON/OFF Switch J11 MICR Head

J1 Download connector J12 Front Scanner

J6 USB connector J13 Rear Scanner

J7 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet J14 Power Supply

J8 Keyboard connector J15 Motor

J9 Stamp Electromagnet J16 Badge connector

J10 INK-JET expansion board

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LS100/2 board (LS100-3 code 10743)

J15

VITE3
J15

J7

L3
J7

R106
R105
J9
INT.

+
J9

C73

S1
D4

F1

+
C74
U16
J14

+
C84

J14
D5

L2
D1
T1 T2

VITE2

R116
R115
D2
PFMA

+
PT3
J6

C77
C

U18

J6
FOT1

U17
E

R118
R119
+

J1
10
9

C91

U3
U8

LED1

PT1
J8

J8
J1

+ C7
PT6

U20
X1
2
1

VITE5

U19
+
C4

U9

C18
U7

TP4
PT5

J2

+
C94
1

TP5
+
1

U27
1
31

U4
U5
J3

U2

J5

1
U6

TP8
81

TP7
51

U22
157
VITE4

1
1

J4

T5 T4 T3

J16 J10
C

K
FOT3
1

U1
E

U23
U13
C46

J10

+ D3
+

J17
C113
J16

U12

105
TP6

53
1
U11

TP1

TP2
PT4

K
TP

FOT2

1 J13
C37

C66

+
PT2 C34

3
C8

+ +
J11
E

A
C38

C33

+ +
J11
U14

L1

C67

U15
+

+
1

J12
T10 T11
+
U10

C62

C101
J12

L4

C103

T8
+

PFMA_1
T7 T6 T9

+
U21

J13
VITE1

U24

U25

U26
TR1

INT. ON/OFF Switch J11 MICR Head

J1 Download connector J12 Front Scanner

J6 USB connector J13 Rear Scanner

J7 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet J14 Power Supply

J8 Keyboard RS232 interface connector J15 Motor

J9 Stamp Electromagnet J16 Badge connector

J10 INK-JET expansion board

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LS100/3 board (LS100-4 code 10805)

J15

VITE3
J15

J18
L3
J7 J7

1
R106
R105
J9
INT.

+
J9

C73

S1
D4

F1

+
C74
U16
J14

+
C84

J14
D5

L2
D1
T1

VITE2

R116
R115
D2
T2
PFMA

+
PT3
J6

C77
U18
C

K
FOT1

J6
U17
E

R118
R119
14
C124
J1
10

PT1
C123
9

+
U8

LED1

U3
1

C91

J8

J8
J1

C18
4

X2
+
+
X1

U20
2
1

C7

PT6

VITE5
C4

U9

TP5

U19
+
J2

U7

C94
TP2
+
U27
1

TP3
1

U4
1
31

J5

U5
U2

1
J3

U6
81

51
1

J17
1

157
1
VITE4
J4
1

J17
T5

TP7
C

J16 J10
FOT3

T4 T3
1

U1
E

TP8
U23
U13

+
C46

J10

D3
+
C113
J16

U12

105

TP4
+
PT5

C113A

53
TP1

1
U11
PT4

+ 1
J13
C37

FOT2

+
+
PT2

C66

C8

J11 +
E

A
C38
C34

C33

+
J11 +
U14

L1

C67

U15
+

J12
U10

MF5 MF6
+

U22
C62

C101
J12

L4

C103

MF3
+

U21A
MF2 MF1 MF4

J13
U21

VITE1

U24

U25

U26

(onto mechanics 5)

INT. ON/OFF Switch J11 MICR Head


J1 Download connector J12 Front Scanner
J6 USB connector J13 Rear Scanner
J7 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet J14 Power Supply
J8 Keyboard connector J15 Motor
J9 Stamp Electromagnet J16 Badge connector
J10 INK-JET expansion board J17 OCR board connector

Differences for Feeder version (from mechanics 6)


J7 Feeder motor
J9 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet

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LS100/4 board (LS100-4 code 10781)

J15

VITE3
J15

J18
L3
J7 J7

1
R106
R105
J9
INT.

+
J9

C73

S1
D4

F1

+
C74
U16
J14

+
C84

J14
D5

L2
D1
T1

VITE2

R116
R115
D2
T2
PFMA

+
PT3
J6

C77
U18
C

K
FOT1

J6
U17
E

R118
R119
14
C124
J1
10

PT1
C123
9

+
U8

LED1

U3
1

C91

J8

J8
J1

C18
4

X2
+
+
X1

U20
2
1

C7

PT6

VITE5
C4

U9

TP5

U19
+
J2

U7

C94
TP2
+
U27
1

TP3
1

U4
1
31

J5

U5
U2

1
J3

U6
81

51
1

J17
1

157
1
VITE4
J4
1

J17
T5

TP7
C

J16 J10
FOT3

T4 T3
1

U1
E

TP8
U23
U13

+
C46

J10

D3
+
C113
J16

U12

105

TP4
+
PT5

C113A

53
TP1

1
U11
PT4

+ 1
J13
C37

FOT2

+
+
PT2

C66

C8

J11 +
E

A
C38
C34

C33

+
J11 +
U14

L1

C67

U15
+

J12
U10

MF5 MF6
+

U22
C62

C101
J12

L4

C103

MF3
+

U21A
MF2 MF1 MF4

J13
U21

VITE1

U24

U25

U26

INT. ON/OFF Switch J11 MICR Head

J1 Download connector J12 Front Scanner

J6 USB connector J13 Rear Scanner

J7 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet J14 Power Supply

J8 Keyboard connector J15 Motor

J9 Stamp Electromagnet J16 Badge connector

J10 INK-JET expansion board J17 OCR board connector

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LS100/5 board (LS100-5 code 10834)

J15

VITE3
J15
1

J18
L3
J7

1
J7

R106
R105
INT.

1
J9

+
C73
J9

S1
D4
F1

+
1

C74
U16
J14

J14
D5

L2
T1

D1 D2

VITE2

+
T2

PT3
U18

C152

C77
J6
PFMA

J6
FOT1
J19

A
1

J1 14
R191 R186

U3
R192 R187 C124

C18
+
U8

LED1 C123
1

PT1

J8
9
J1

J8

1
4
TP4

U20
+

U7

X2
X1
1

C7

PT2 VITE5

TP5
C4

U9

C94
U19
J2

TP6

+
1

U27
1

U5
31

U4
J3

U2

J5

U6

51
81

TP8
TP3

TP9
1

TP7
157
1
VITE4
1

J4

T5
C

K
FOT3

J16 J10
T4
1

U1
U23
U13

T3
C37 C38

+
J10
U12

TP2
J16

U35

105
+

+
53
C113

TP1

1
C34 C101

+
K
J13

FOT2
C103

C8

+
U11

+
E

J11
L4

C66

+
+
1
J11

C46

U31
C62

U15

+
+

U14

L1
D3
C33

J12
J12

MF6 MF5
C144
+

+
C67

+
U10

MF3

U22
MF2 MF1 MF4
VITE1

J13
U26
U24

U25
U21

INT. ON/OFF Switch J11 MICR Head

J1 Download connector J12 Front Scanner

J6 USB connector J13 Rear Scanner

J7 Pinch-Roller Electromagnet J14 Power Supply

J8 Keyboard connector J15 Motor

J9 Stamp Electromagnet J16 Badge connector

J10 INK-JET expansion board

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Ink-Jet board (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)

21 J1 J1
1
+

+
14
5

18
1
29

7
J2
40 1 J3 J2

J3
18
29
1

R16 R15
+

7
40 1

J1 Mother board connector J2 Ink-Jet head printer connector


14

1
J3 Ink-Jet head printer connector
+

9
4

Ink-Jet board (Ink-jet 12 \Nozzles)

J2 J3

J2 J3
1
+

J1

J1
1

J1 Ink-Jet head printer connector J2 Mother board connector

J3 Download connector

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Chapter 6

CALIBRATION NORMS

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REPLACEMENT AND MECHANICAL


ADJUSTMENT SPECIFICATIONS

ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY OF THE BODY


In order to ensure a correct final result, it is essential to remove part of the body to carry out mechanical
adjustments . Each adjustment refers to one or more adjustment phases. The procedure for disassembly
is detailed below and if carried out in reverse order apply for the reassembly of the body.

1- Disassembly of extractable document plane

· Slide out the document support towards


the top;

2- Removal of the Base

· Unscrew the four fixing screws (B) B


· Extract the base (C)

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3- Removal of the internal cover

Much maintenance intervention can be carried out by removing the internal cover, for example, the
replacement of the INK-JET cartridge (optional ), accessing the stamp (optional ) or even just the simple
removal of a jammed document.

· Slide the internal cover (D) out towards the


top, holding it in its central position

It is advisable to replace the central cover when you need to use the
lower part of the LS100. In this way the cover is placed on the work top and
NOTE! does not damage the internal parts.

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4- Removal of the external cover

The removal of the external cover should be carried out only once the base has been removed.
This procedure must be carried out to easily access the internal modules and to carry out adjustments to
them, for example, replacing the felt (optional), replacing the badge (optional), regulating and replacing
the front scanner etc

Procedure (if the Badge is present)

E
· Disconnect the badge connector pulling it
upwards (E);

· Turn the Badge connector (E) in order to


facilitate the exit;

· Manually remove the external cover (F);

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5- Accessing the Board

In order to carry out some adjustments, it is necessary to take the motherboard out so as to reach the
lower part of the LS100.

· Once the base has been removed turn H


the LS100 on the worktop and unscrew
the 4 fixing screws (G);

· Take out the protection plate (H); G

I
· Unscrewing the 4 screws (G) means you
can access the board (I) in addition to
freeing the protection plate
· Bring it away slowly from the LS100
pulling it towards the outside so that all
the connectors can be disconnected

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REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MOTOR GROUP


The motor group is made of two main parts, the motor and the drive belt. These two elements are
fundamental to allow the LS100 correct functioning. Regular maintenance on these means that most of
the reader functions can be fully exploited.

Position of Intervention: see Fig. A A

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;
· 5- Access to the board.

1- Replacement of the motor

Disassembly

· Unscrew the three motor fixing screws


from the lower part of the base (1);

· Slide the connector from its slot in the base; 2


· Slide the motor out moving it upwards paying attention to not
damage the drive belt (3) and the O-Ring of the Pinch Roller
unit (2);

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· Unscrew the fixing screws (5);

· Take out the plate for adjustment (6) and screw it


into the correct position on the new one
6

Reassembly

· Assemble the LS100 motor following a reverse procedure and paying particular attention to the
following:
· Insert the pinch roller O-Ring and the drive belt into their correct places
· Pass the connector through the correct space without blocking any other components

After replacing the motor it is important to carry out the mechanical


setting of the drive belt. Once the adjustments have been
! WARNING! completed the LS100 can be reassembled following the usual
basic procedures in reverse order.

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2- Replacement of the drive belt

Disassembly
· Remove the motor;

· Remove the ink-jet print head support;

· Remove the front scanner contrast roller;

· Take out the used belt following the same


sequence as that used when in operation;

Take out the drive belt


NOTE! following the points
(10AN10I) very carefully

Reassembly

· Assemble the new drive belt on the LS100 following the same procedure in reverse and paying
particular attention to
· Insert the drive belt taking care to place it correctly;
· Insert the drive belt into its correct position (eg rollers, scanner pulley and MICR readhead)

It is important to manually carry out a few cycles with the

! WARNING!
drive belt in order to check that there are no errors of position
for the belt or its components (eg. Point 10G).

10G 10G

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Once the drive belt has been replaced it is important to carry out
the mechanical setting for the belt itself and for all its associated
! WARNING! parts:
- the regulation of the front scanner contrast roller;
- MICR readhead regulation.

· Once the adjustments have been completed the LS100 may be reassembled following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

3- Adjustment of the drive belt and the motor unit


The adjustment of the dragging belt and of the motor unit should be carried out using a tool (cod.
A-01511) which automatically provides the correct tension.

· Check that the fixing screws on the motor unit


have been loosened and that the unit may be
moved in position ;

7A

7B 8A
7C 8C

8B

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· Manually hook the pin situated on the


A-01511(8) implemented into the hole in the
plate which is screwed on to the motor (9);
9
· The implement spring will automatically tighten
the tension belt ;
8
· While this is happening and keeping the tool in
the position, turn the LS100 around and screw
on the 3 fixing screws (1).

Once the drive belt has been set, it is a good idea to


mechanically adjust the following:
! WARNING! · the MICR readhead;
· the front scanner contrast roller.

Checking adjustment
It is possible to check that the tension corresponds to the required value (150±25 gr) (5,29±088 oz)
· Using a dynamometer bring the belt into contact with the corner of the base panel ( see Zone A);
· Check that the force applied is equivalent to 150±25 gr (5,29±088 oz)

Zone A

150±25 gr

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REPLACEMENT OF THE PINCH ROLLER GROUP


In order to correctly carry out maintenance on the parts that make up the PINCH ROLLER group it is
necessary to observe the following:

Intervention position: see Fig. B B

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractible document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;
· 5- Access to Board.

1- Electromagne

Disassembly 1

· Unscrew the fixing screws (1);

· Manually take out the elctromagnet (3)


while at the same time keeping the anchor
connected to the spring (2);

2
3

Reassembly 3

· Insert the anchor (2) into the new


electromagnet (3);
· Fit on the screw (1);

· Manually bring the electromagnet into


contact with the side (4) and fix the
screw (1);
4 2

· Reassemble the LS100 following the


basic procedure in reverse mode.

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2- O-Ring

The O-Rings in the Pinch Roller contrast roller can with time become worn or damaged. It is possible to
replace these using the following procedure:

In order to replace the O-Rings it is necessary to follow the basic


procedure and after that disassemble the motor.
NOTE!
Disassembly

· After removing the motor, manually remove the O-Ring (5)(phase 1);
· Take out the roller-blocking seger (6) (phase 2);
· Slide out the Pinch Roller contrast roller including the O-Rings (7) (phase 2).

Reassembly

· Reassemble the O-Rings of the PINCH ROLLER group following the points listed in Disassembly.
· Ensure that the seger, once it has been put back, does not block the roller.

After reassembling the O-Rings it is important to carry out the


mechanical setting of the drive belt and all the parts associated with
! WARNING! this:
- Adjustment of the front scanner contrast roller;
- Adjustment of the MICR readhead.

Once the adjustments have been carried out the LS100 can be reassembled by following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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REPLACEMENT OF THE SCANNER GROUP PARTS

In order to replace or carry out mechancial adjustments to the scanner unit it is necessary to follow the
basic procedure described below, at the end of which it will then be possible to perform the activity
described correctly and easily .
The scanner unit can have two different configurations:
FRONT SCANNER is made up of a front scanner (C4) with a contrast roller (C1), dummy rear scanner
(C5) and contrast plad (C3)
FRONT/REAR SCANNER is made up of front scanner (C4) with a contrast roller (C1), Rear scanner (C6)
with its relative contrast roller (C2)

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of the base;
· 3- Removal of the internal cover;
· 4- Removal of the external cover;
· 5- Access to the Board.

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1- Contrast roller on the front scanner (C1)

! WARNING!
1
ONLY FOR FRONT /REAR SCANNER

· Remove the toothed wheel on the contrast


roller of the front scanner (1);

· Loosen the drive belt by unscrewing the motor fixing


screws;

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (2) and slide off the
roller and its relative support (3). 3

While taking out the roller and its support, be careful not to
damage the drive belt.
! WARNING!

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· In order to take the roller away from its support (4), remove the seger (5);
· Unscrew the two fixing dowels (6) on the pulley (7) and slide it away from the shaft.

8
6
7

8
A-08028 5

1,5mm

Reassembly

· Insert the pulley (7), previously removed, onto the shaft of the new roller;
· Insert a A-08028 probe which is 1,5mm (8) between the roller and the pulley and fix it by screwing
the two fixing dowels (6);
· Insert the upper part of the new roller in the space where the bearing is attached to the support and
insert the fixing seger (5).

· Assemble the contrast roller with its relative LS100 support following the basic procedure in
reverse order and taking care to :
- Check that the drive belt is positioned correctly on the pulley, located on the lower part, by
making the belt itself turn ;
- Check that the toothed wheels slot in correctly.

After replacing the contrast roller on the front scanner it is

!
important to carry out the mechanical setting.
WARNING! Once all adjustments have been carried out, the LS100 can be
reassembled by following the basic procedure in reverse order.

Once all adjustments to the scanner group have been carried out it is necessary to :
- regulate the drive belt and the motor unit;
- regulate the MICR readhead.

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2- Contrast roller on the rear scanner (C2 - Module front/rear scanner)

· Remove the toothed wheel from the contrast


roller on the rear scanner (9); 9

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (10) and slide off the
roller with its relative support (11);
11
· In order to remove the roller from the support (13),
also remove the seger (14); 10

· Take out the bearing (23) from the shaft.

12

13

14

15

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Reassembly

· Insert the bearing (12), which was previously removed, in its correct position (15);
· Insert the upper part of the new roller in the space in the bearing attached to the support and insert the
fixing seger (14).

· Assemble the contrast roller with its relative LS100 support following the basic procedure in reverse order
and paying particular attention to :
- Check that the shaft has been correctly applied to the bearing (15);
- Ensure that the toothed wheels slot in correctly.

After replacing the contrast roller on the front scanner it is

!
important to carry out the mechanical setting.
WARNING! Once all adjustments have been carried out, the LS100 can be
reassembled by following the basic procedure in reverse order.

3- Contrast plad on the dummy rear scanner (C3 - Module only front scanner)

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (16) and slide off the
contrast plad (17);

17

16

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4- Front scanner (C4 - Module only front scanner)

18

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (18)(the


lower part)

· Loosen the screw (19)(the side part)


and slide out the scanner group
including the roller taking care to also 19
take out the cable with the connector.

· Take off the protective glass the


scanner;
20
· Unscrew the two fixing screws (20);

21
· Remove the old scanner (21) and insert
the new scanner in the correct position.

5- Front scanner (C4 - Module front/rear scanner)

Disassembly
22
· Extract the contrast roller on the front
scanner (C1)

· Turn the LS100 on the work surface


and slide off the two toothed wheels
(22) loosening the two fixing dowels.

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23

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (23)(the


lower part)

· Loosen the screw (24)( the side part )


and slide out the scanner group
including the roller taking care to also 24
take out the cable with the connector.

· Take the protective glass off the scanner;


25

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (25);


26

· Remove the old scanner (5) and insert the


new scanner in the correct position.

Reassambly
· Assemble the scanner group following the basic procedure in reverse order;
· Place the scanner group back on to the LS100 paying particular attention to:
- Correctly insert in the correct spaces the roller shaft and the side fixing plate (24)
- Pass the connector through the correct slot without blocking other components.

· Take off both protective glass panel from the


front scanner;

· Keep the screw (24) loosen;

· Hook the triangle (codeA-08030-01) at the


scanner and lean it on the base;

· When you find a right angle, fix the


regulation with the screw (24).

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Checking the correct position of the


scanners

· Put the square tool code A-08030-02 as


showen in figure, the scanner must be
perpendicular to the base and there must
be no port between the scanner cover
surface and the tool.

· Assembly the contrast roller on the front


scanner

· Take off the two both protective glass


panels from the scanners;
27
· Insert the checking implement (27)
(code. A-08031) using the turnig roller
shafts (28) as a guide;

· You should sure that the tool A-8031 is


against the roller shafts., otherwise you
should repeat the operation to adjust the
scanner position;

· Ensure that the toothed wheels slot in


correctly, and if not check the
adjustments that have been made to the
rollers. 28

After replacing the scanner it is important to carry out the mechanical


setting and any electrical adjustments. Once all adjustments have
! WARNING!
been made it is possible to reassemble the LS100 following the
basic procedure in reverse order.

· Once all adjustments to the scanner group have been completed it is then necessary to:
- to regulate the drive belt and the motor group;

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6- Dummy rear scanner (C5 - Module only front scanner)

The dummy scanner uniquely composite by plastic support used,


normally, like to accommodate for the scanners.
! WARNING! This is disassembled when you desire upgrade LS100 from base
configuration (only front scanner ) to the optional configuration
(front/rear scanner).

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (29)


(A - the lower part)
29
· (Old version)
Loosen the screws (30)( B - the
upper part ) and take away the
scanner group including the roller
and taking care to also take out
the cable with the connector.
· (New Version)
Remove the screw (31) and
loosen the screws (32)( B - the
upper part ) and take away the 30 32 31
scanner group including the roller
and taking care to also take out
the cable with the connector

· Slide off the protective glass on the scanner;


33

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (33);


34
· Remove the dummy rear scanner (34).

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7- Rear scanner (C6 - Module front / rear scanner)

Disassembly
35
· Remove the tray supporting the ink-jet
printhead;

· Loosen the drive belt by unscrewing


the fixing screws on the motor;

· Turn the LS100 on the work surface


and slide off the two toothed wheels
(35) by loosening the two fixing
dowels.

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (36)


(A - the lower part)

· (Old version)
Loosen the screws (37)( B - the 36
upper part ) and take away the
scanner group including the roller
and taking care to also take out the
cable with the connector.
· (New Version)
Remove the screw (38) and loosen
the screws (39)( B - the upper part)
and take away the scanner group
including the roller and taking care to
also take out the cable with the 37 39 38
connector

· Slide off the protective glass on the scanner;


40

· Unscrew the two fixing screws (40);


41
· Remove the old scanner (41) and insert the
new scanner in the correct position.

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Reassembly

· Assemble the scanner group following the basic procedure in reverse order;
· Put the scanner unit back onto the LS100 taking care to:
- Insert carefully in the correct spaces the roller shaft and the side fixing plate;
- Check that the drive belt is placed correctly on the pulley, positioned in the lower part, by
checking that the belt turns correctly ;
- Pass the connector through its slot without blocking any other components;
- Ensure that the toothed wheels slot in correctly, if not check that the rollers have been regulated
correctly.

Checking the correct positioning of the 27


scanner

· Take both the glass protective slides off the


scanner;

· Insert the checking implement (27)(cod.


A-08031) using the roller shafts as a guide
(28)

· You should sure that the tool A-8031 is


against the roller shafts., otherwise you
should repeat the operation to adjust the 28
scanner position.

After replacing the scanner it is important to carry out the mechanical


! WARNING!
setting and the electrical adjustments. Once all adjustments have been
made the LS100 can be reassembled following the basic procedure in
reverse order.

· After carrying out all necessary adjustments on the scanner group it is necessary to :
- regulate the drive belt and the motor unit;
- regulate the MICR readhead.

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ADJUSTMENT OF THE SCANNER GROUP PARTS

1- Scanners proximity

In order to carry out these adjustments without replacing either of the


scanners it is necessary to follow the basic procedure (except for point 5)
NOTE! so that it is then possible to use the machine without any difficulty.

The scanner group needs only simple adjustments. The assembly of the parts with the basic structure
means that the mechanical calibration of the two scanners is reduced to the defining of a distance of
1,5mm between the respective protective glass slides.

· Loosen the four fixing screws on the two scanners (42);

· Insert the A-08028 probe which is 1,5mm (0,059 in) thick (8) between the two pieces of glass;

· With the probe bring the two scanners into contact by pressing on the respective supports;

· Keeping this position, adjust by screwing the four screws (42).

42

42 42

8 42

A-08028

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2- Scanner contrast roller (Front/Rear)

Any adjustments made to the two contrast rollers should only be carried out after adjustments to the
scanner. This latter must be correctly calibrated so that the relative contrast roller may be regulated
correctly.
The two contrast rollers must be regulated in two different ways :

- Front scanner contrast roller

In order to carry out adjustments to this without replacing the front scanner
contrast roller, it is necessary to carry out the basic procedure (with the
NOTE! exception of point 5) so that you can then operate properly

The front scanner contrast roller needs to be regulated at two levels:


- Above, where the distance from the scanner glass plate must be adjusted ;
- Below, where the position of the drive belt on the roller in relation to the scanner glass must be
regulated.

Below

· Remove the INK-JET printhead support in order to access the two screws (45);

! WARNING!
ONLY FOR FRONT /REAR SCANNER
· Loosen the two screws (45) and insert an A-08023 implement (44) into the lower part of the LS100
so that the contrast roller shafts are blocked.

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· Insert the A-08020-01 probe (46) between the front scanner glass plate and the relative contrast roller;
· Bring the roller into contact manually with the probe and the scanner glass and tighten the two screws.

45

46

46

· Use the A-08028-02 regulation probe (8) inserting the upper part of the roller shaft (47) and position it
parallel to the scanner glass;
· Use the regulating pin to bring the A-08028-02 probe (8) applied to the upper roller support group (48)
into contact with the scanner glass:
Following the directions:
A - anticlockwise - the upper roller support group moves nearer to the glass;
B - clockwise - the upper scanner support group moves away from the glass.

47

48

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Above

· Use the A-08028-02 regulation probe (8) inserting the upper part of the roller shaft in the space
and positioning it parallel to the scanner glass;
· Use the regulating pin to bring the A-08028-02 probe (8) applied to the upper roller support group
(51) into contact with the scanner glass:
Following the directions:
A - anticlockwise - the upper roller support group moves nearer to the glass;
B - clockwise - the upper scanner support group moves away from the glass.

50

51

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REPLACEMENT OF THE CIS FLAT CABLE SPECIFIC FOR LS100/5


FRONT CIS CABLE BENDING

= =

· Bend the cable as shown in the figure


· Remove the protective pellicle from the
bi-adhesive Bi-adhesive

BEND TO 90°

BEND TO 90°

14 mm

REAR CIS CABLE BENDING

26 mm

· Bend the cable as shown in figure


· Remove the protective pellicle from the BEND TO 90° BEND TO 90°
bi-adhesive

Bi-adhesive

= =

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REPLACEMENT OF THE INK-JET GROUP (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)


The INK-JET printhead group does not need adjusting but only maintenance of the main printing
components, for example the replacement of the printhead or of the absorbing felt pad. In addition, to
carry out some adjustments on other LS100 components it is necessary to remove the printhead support.

Intervention position : see Fig. D1 D1

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;
· 5- Access to the Board.

1- Bubble-Jet printhead
When the BUBBLE-JET printhead no longer has satisfactory printing characteristics it is necessary to
replace the worn one with a new one.

It is possible to replace the Bubble-Jet printhead by just taking out the


internal cover.
NOTE!

· Unblock the printhead (2) by lightly flexing the closing lever (1);
· Take out the old printhead and insert the new one.

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2- Felt pad
When the felt pad no longer absorbs correctly it is necessary to replace the old one with a new one.
· Take the old felt pad out with a pincers (3) and slide it upwards;
· Insert the new felt pad in the correct position.

3- Printhead support
It is possible to remove the Bubble-Jet printhead support in order to replace it or to make some
adjustments.
Disassembly

· Disconnect the Flat cable from the bubble-Jet board and extract ferrite ring (7);
· Unblock the Bubble-Jet printhead support (4) flexing the fixing lever (5);
· Extract the Bubble-Jet printhead support .
Reassembly

· Insert the new flat cable in the ferrite ring;


· Insert the Flat cable in the slot on the base and connect it correctly to the Ink-Jet board;
· Insert the positioning cog in its correct place (6);
· Carry out the movements in the A-B order described in order to fix the tray to the catch(5).

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4- Ink-Jet board (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)

Disassembly

· Unscrew the four mother board


screws and slip it out;
· Unscrew the screw (A), slip out
the Ink-Jet board, disconnect
and replace it.

NOTE!
The spacer (B) remain fixed at
the mother board.

A
1

Reassembly

· Connect new Ink-Jet board (1)


on the mother board (2);
· Check the spacer (B) is centred
respect the ink-jet board hole;
· Fix new board at the mother
board screwing the screw (A)
and check the screw (C) is 2
C
tightened.
· Connect the cables and fix the
mother board.

To disassembly and reassembly the LS100 version with OCR board, follow
this indication and see the picture in the paragraph " REPLACEMENT OF
NOTE! THE OCR BOARD (with Ink-Jet board).

Once the adjustments have been carried out, the LS100 can be reassembled by following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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REPLACEMENT THE INK-JET GROUP (Ink-jet 12 Nozzles)


The INK-JET printhead group does not need adjusting but just maintenance of the main printing
components, for example the replacement of the printhead or the absorbing felt pad . In addition in order
to carry out some adjustments on other LS100 components it is necessary to remove the printhead
support.

Intervention position : see Fig. D2 D2

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;
· 5- Access to the Board.

1- Ink-Jet printhead
When the INK-JET printhead no longer has satisfactory printing characteristics it is necessary to replace
the worn one with a new one.

It is possible to replace the Ink-Jet printhead by just taking out the


internal cover.
NOTE!

· Push plastic bridge 1 in the direction indicated by the arrow, until it stops on the base;
· Hold wing A on the Ink-Jet cartridge and pull it gently away from the document guide;
· Raise the cartridge to remove it;
· Insert a new INK-JET cartridge making sure that it rests flat on the guide;
· Reise plastic bridge 2 until the cartridge is blocked into place.

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2- Felt pad
When the felt pad no longer absorbs correctly it is necessary to replace the old one with a new one.
· Take the old felt pad out with a pincers (3) and slide it upwards;
· Insert the new felt pad in the correct position.

3- Printhead support
It is possible to remove the Ink-Jet printhead support in order to replace it or to make some adjustments.
Disassembly

· Disconnect the Flat cable from the Ink-Jet board (below side);
· Unscrew the two printhead support fixing screws (4);
· Extract the Ink-Jet printhead support.
Reassembly

· Insert the Flat cable in the slot on the base and connect it correctly to the Ink-Jet board;
· Bring the support into contact manually with the metal plate
· Fix the tray with the screws (4).

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4- Ink-Jet board (Ink-jet 12 Nozzles)

Disassembly

· Unscrew the four mother board


screws and slip it out;
· Unscrew the screw (A), slip out
the Ink-Jet board, disconnect
and replace it.

NOTE!
The spacer (B) remain fixed at
the mother board.

A
1

Reassembly

· Connect new Ink-Jet board (1)


on the mother board (2);
· Check the spacer (B) is centred
respect the ink-jet board hole;
· Fix new board at the mother
board screwing the screw (A)
and check the screw (C) is 2
C
tightened.
· Connect the cables and fix the
mother board.

To disassembly and reassembly the LS100 version with OCR board, follow
this indication and see the picture in the paragraph " REPLACEMENT OF
NOTE! THE OCR BOARD (with Ink-Jet board).

Once the adjustments have been carried out, the LS100 can be reassembled by following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE STAMP GROUP


The stamp group needs adjustment so that the documents are stamped correctly.

Intervention position: see Fig. E E

Basic procdure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;
· 5- Access to the Board.

1- Replacement of the Stamp group electromagnet

Disassembly

· Unscrew the two screws (1);


1
· Turn the LS100 on the work surface
inserting the internal cover;

· Manually extract the electromagnet (2) keeping the


anchor attached to the spring (3). 3

Reassembly

· Insert the anchor (3) into the new electromagnet (2); 2

· FIt the screws (1) and regulate the electromagnet.

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2- Adjustment of the electromagnet

· Once the fixing screws(1) are loosened


insert the A-08010 spacer (4) between the
plastic base and the electromagnet (A); 4

· Bring the electromagnet into contact with


the spacer and the plastic base (B);

· Keeping this position turn the LS100 and fix


the screws (1);
4
· Take out the A-08010 spacer.

A-08010

4,3mm

3- Adjustment of the arm on the stamp group

· Hook the A-01511 implement between the points indicated (5A-5A-7B) in those hooking areas
present on the LS100 (6A-6A-8C);

A-01511
5A

5A 6A
7B 8B

6A

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· Place the LS100 on one side and loosen the two screws (10);
· With the Stamp arm fixed between the hook and the A-01511 implement (see zone A) bring the
lever (9) up against the plastic base;
· Fix the adjustment by tightening the screws (10);
· Remove the adjustment tool (A-01511).

Zone A

10

4- Replacement of the stamp support


· Remove the central cover;
· Manually move the pin (11)(Zone B) following the direction indicated;
· Keeping this position take out the stamp support pulling it upwards(Zone C)

11

In order to carry out the replacement of the print rubber see the page the
page relative to use and maintenance.
NOTE!

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REPLACEMENT THE FEEDER GROUP

Intervention position: see Fig. F F

Basic procdure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;

! WARNING!

onto mechanics 5 The motor and the pinch roller operate to the leafing.
from mecahanics 6 The feeder group operates the leafing motor and the pinch roller through two
different movements, and this way it limits the noise during the leafing.

Disassembly

· Remove the two screws (1 and 1a);


· Disconnect the cable connector (2)
from the cable extension (A) / (from
the mechanics 6 the cable extension 1
is connect to the mother board J7);
· Slide out O-Ring from the Pinch
Roller (3)
· Extract the Feeder group sliding it 2
upwards.

3
Reassembly A
Reassemble the feeder group following 1a
disassembly and basic procedure in
reverse order.

! WARNING!
When remove the screw (1a) the electromagnet will get free.

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1- Motor

Disassembly

· Unscrew the screw (4) and slide out the plastic


part (5).
4

· Unscrew the two motor fixing screw (6);


· Cut the clamp (7); 6 7
· Extract the motor (8).

· Extract the pulley (9);


· Unscrew the two fixing screw (10); 8
· Slide out the metal plate (11)

10 11

Reassembly

· Reassemble the motor following disassembly and basic procedure in reverse order and ensure that the
toothed wheel and pulley slot correctly.

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2- O-ring and feeder roller

Disassembly

· After you have slid out the plastic part (5), 12 13 12


unscrew two screws (12);
· Pull up the fixing ring an remove it (13);
· Remove the feeder roller(14) with O-ring (15);

· Loosen the two grub screws (16) and extract the


toothed wheel (17); 14
· Now, extract the feeder roller (18) and replace it.
15

17

16
18

Reassembly
Reassemble the feeder roller group following disassembly and basic procedure in reverse order and
ensure that the toothed wheel and pulley slot correctly.

3- Pinch roller

Disassembly

· With the feeder group out of the LS100, extract the pin (19);
· Remove the pinch roller (20). 19

Reassembly
Reassemble the pinch roller following disassembly and basic
procedure in reverse order. 20

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4- Electromagnet
Disassembly

· Unscrew the fixing screw (21);


· (onto mechanics 5) Disconnect the cable (22);
· (from the mechanics 6) Disconnect from the mother board (J9) the electromagnet cable;
· Manually take out the electromagnet (25) while at the same time keeping the anchor connected to
the spring (23);
· Substitude the old anchor with a new one;
· Disconnect the cable (24) from the mother board;

22

21 23

Reassembly
Replace the old electromagnet with a
new one and reassemble following
24
disassembly and basic procedure in
reverse order.
25

5- Reject sliding block


The sliding block may become less efficient as a result of wear and tear. When this happens it is possible
to restore the surface by putting it in a new position.

· Unscrew the fixing screw (27);


· Extract the reject sliding support (26)
and turn it to two position further on
(see "Note");
· Replace the sliding support in the
correct position.

27 26

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NOTE!
Given its hexagonal shape, the block can be
placed in six different positions but only three
are the correct ones. The correct positions may
be obtained when the part indicated are in
contact with feeder roller.

· Ensure that the support returns in contact with


feeder roller .

When all position may become less efficient it is necessary to replace it.

· Unscrew the fixing screw (27);


· Extract the reject sliding support and
replace the contrast ring (28);
· Fix the support with the screw.

28
27

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REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MICR READHEAD GROUP


The MICR readhead does not need specific mechanical adjustment due to the fact that once it is applied ,
the fixing spring controls the correct pressure of the readhead on the drive belt.

Intervention position: see Fig. G G

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly of extractible document plane;
· 2- Removal of base;
· 3- Removal of internal cover;
· 4- Removal of external cover;

1- Replacement of the MICR readhead

Disassembly

· Disconnect the MICR readhead


connector from the motherboard ;
· Unscrew the two fixing screws (1) and 1
remove the plate (2);
· Lightly press the spring (4) and extract
the MICR readhead (3).

Reassembly

· Insert the MICR readhead, the spring 2 3


and the plate in their correct position.
· Insert the connector into the slot on the 4
base and connect it to the board.

2- Regulation of the MICR readhead


· Loosen the two fixing screws (1);
· The spring will (4) act on the MICR readhead imposing the necessary force for the appropriate
regulation.

After replacing the MICR readhead it is important to carry out


electrical adjustment. Once these adjustments have been carried
! WARNING! out the LS100 can be reassembled following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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REPLACEMENT OF THE BADGE READER GROUP


The Badge reader group does not need specific maintenance or adjustment but just needs to be replaced
when it no longer functions properly.

Intervention position: see Fig. H H

Basic procedure:
· 1- Disassembly extractable document plane;
· 2- Removal of the base;
· 4- Removal of the external cover;

· Unscrew the two fixing screws from the


inside of the external cover (2) and take out
the damaged badge group (1);

· Insert the new badge group in its correct


position and fix it with the two fixing screws
(2).
1

BADGE HEAD

2 2

BADGE BOARD

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REPLACEMENT OF THE OCR BOARD


The OCR board can be assembled in two different LS100 configurations, with/without Ink-Jet board.

Basic procedure:

· 1- Disassembly of extractible document plane;


· 2- Removal of base;

WITHOUT INK-JET BOARD


Disassembly

· Unscrew the four mother board


screws
· Remove the metal plate (5) and
the Mylar sheet (4);
· Unscrew the screw (C) and pull
down the OCR board (2),
disconnect and replace it.
A

NOTE!
1
The spacer (B) remain fixed at
the mother board.

B
2

Reassembly

· Connect new OCR board (2) 4


with mother board (1);
· Check the spacer (B) is close 5
C
and centred respect to the OCR
board hole;
· Fix new OCR board at the
mother board screwing the
screw (C) and check the screw
(A) is close;
· Put the mylar sheet (4) inside
the niche on the metal plate (5);
· Connect the cables and fix the
mother board through the metal
plate (5) ;

Once the adjustments have been


carried out the LS100 can be
reassembled by following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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WITH INK-JET BOARD

Disassembly

· Unscrew the four mother board


screws
· Remove the metal plate (5) and
the Mylar sheet (4);
· Unscrew the screw (C) and pull
down the OCR board (2),
disconnect and replace it.
A

3
NOTE!
The spacer (B) and (D) remain
fixed at the mother board.

1
B

Reassembly

· Connect new OCR board (2) D 2


with mother board (1);
· Check the spacer (D) is close
and centred respect to the OCR
board hole;
4
· Fix new OCR board at the
mother board screwing the
C
screw (C) and check the screw
(A) is close; 5
· Put the mylar sheet (4) inside
the niche on the metal plate (5);
· Connect the cables and fix the
mother board through the metal
plate (5);

Once the adjustments have been


carried out the LS100 can be
reassembled by following the basic
procedure in reverse order.

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
SPECIFICATIONS

SETUP
In order to carry out the setting up of the peripheral it is possible to access a function in the “LS100 demo
test” diagnostic software. This function allows you to set the LS100 excluding the absent or unused
modules.
· Load the program and on the command bar select “SETTING”, then select “PERIPHERAL
SETUP” from the pull-down menu;

· With this command, the program will open up a window which allows you to note the latest
configuration that has been carried out (clicking on “READ”) or to carry out a new one;

· Select a setting for each item among those listed and memorise the configuration on the LS100
memory by pressing “WRITE”.

Clicking on “READ”, the LS100 will load the latest configuration carried out
from the memory.
NOTE!

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT

Some parts of the LS100 need electrical adjustment in addition to mechanical adjustment. These
adjustments may be carried out using the “LS100 demo test” diagnostic program and some documents
which have been created especially for the adjustment scenario.

PHOTOSENSOR GROUP
This group is made up of three photosensors, a transmitter and a receiver mounted on the same print
circuit and located along the path that the document travels inside the LS100.
The setting of these three sensors is carried out in parallel using a softward command. The software used
is the “LS100 demo test” diagnostic program.
· Check that LS100 : -has been assembled correctly ;
- that it is on and has been connected to a PC;
- that there are no documents inside.
· Load the program and and on the command bar choose “SETTING” on the pull-down menu. In
this way it is possible to access the menu for calibration. Choose “PHOTO CALIBRATION” ;
· With this command the LS100 will automatically set the three photosensors at the same time :
- the Feeder photosensor;
- the MICR photosensor;
- the Sorter photosensor.

· If the setting is successful, the LS100 will emit an acoustic confirmation signal and at the same time
a led located in the centre of the central cover will light up;
· If the setting is not successful, the LS100 will emit a double acoustic signal and at the same time
the led in the centre of the central cover will light up twice. In this case it is possible to identify the
faulty photosensor by accessing the “PHOTOSENSOR GROUP DIAGNOSTICS”

600 msec

CORRECT
BUZZER

LED

300 msec

ERROR BUZZER

LED

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PHOTOSENSOR GROUP DIAGNOSTICS


In order to have a diagnosis of the photosensor group, it is possible to access a function in the “LS100
demo test” software diagnostics. This function allows you to check the functioning of the three
photosensors and to control the values obtained from these.

· Load the program and choose “OPTION” on the command bar. Then choose “PHOTO SENSOR
VALUES” from the pull-down menu;

· With this command the program will open up a window which will allow you to check the calibration
values for the three photosensors.

When an error is signalled during setting it is possible to identify


! WARNING!
the damaged photosensor by checking the 0xff value in the
window summarising the values.

Carry out the diagnostic procedure on the various photosensor


! WARNING!
groups immediately after carrying out the settings on the
photosensors described previously.

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SCANNER
The setting of this group is carried out via a software command on the “LS100 demo test” diagnostic
program.
· Check that the LS100 : - has been correctly assembled ;
- has been turned on and is connected to a PC;
- that there are no documents inside.
· Load the program and on the command bar choose “SETTING” on the pull-down menu. In this
way you can access the setting menu. Choose “SCANNER CALIBRATION”, where you are told
which scanners to regulate.

Fig. 6.61

FRONT

· Insert the setting document “DOCUTEST 020-04” in the input slot positioning it so that the black
part goes first and so that it is facing the outside of the LS100;

Entrance-way plane

· Select “FRONT” from the pull-down menu on the diagnostic program;


The LS100 will automatically set the front scanner bringing along the “DOCUTEST 020-04” document
first showing the black part then the white part.
· If the setting is successful the LS100 will emit an acousitc confirmation signal and at the same time
a led in the centre of the central cover will light up. The “DOCUTEST 020-04” will end up in the
output bay;
· If the setting is not successful the LS100 will emit a double acoustic signal and the led in the
centre of the central cover will light up twice . In this case the “DOCUTEST 020-04” document will
be brought back to the input bay.

600 msec

CORRECT BUZZER

LED

300 msec

ERROR BUZZER

LED

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REAR

· Load the program and choose “SETTING” from the pull-down menu. In this way you can access
the setting menu. Choose “SCANNER CALIBRATION”, and you are shown which scanner needs to
be adjusted.

· Insert the “DOCUTEST 020-04” setting document in the input slot positioning it so that the black
part is first and facing the inside of the LS100;

Entrance-way plane

· Select “BACK” from the pull-down menu on the diagnostic program;


The LS100 will automatically set the back scanner bringing the “DOCUTEST 020-04” forward , first the
black part then the white part.
· If the setting is sucessful the LS100 will emit an acoustic confirmation signal and at the same time
a led located in the centre of the central cover will light up and the “DOCUTEST 020-04” will
appear in the exit bay;
· If the setting is not sucessful the LS100 will emit a double acoustic signal and at the same time the
led in the centre of the central cover will light up twice. In this case the “DOCUTEST 020-04”
document will be brought back to the entrance bay.

600 msec

BUZZER
CORRECT
LED

300 msec

ERROR BUZZER

LED

The calibration data will remain unchanged until the next setting.

NOTE!

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LENGTH OF THE IMAGE


This adjustment ensure the relation between a theoretical number of pixels (obtained from the length in
millimetres of a document) and the number of pixel related to the image digitalized by the peripheral.
· Check that the LS100: - has been correctly assembled ;
- has been turned on and is connected to a PC;
- that there are no documents inside.
· Load the program and on the command bar choose “SETTING” on the pull-down menu. In this
way you can access the setting menu. Choose “IMAGE CALIBRATION”, a dialogue window will
open up.

DOCUTEST032 (90grm2)
(8,268 in)
· Verify manually the length of docutest 032 and digit
the value of thids misure in the item 1;

· Insert the document in the feeder and press


calibration

· Reintroduce the document until calibration is OK


(point 2).

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AMPLIFIER GAIN E13B

FOR LS100/1 OR LS100/2

Using the “LS100 demo test” diagnostic program, it is possible to carry out the adjustment to the
amplification of the MICR readhead:
· Check that the LS100 is: - without a base and board cover;
- turned on and connected to a PC;
- that there are no documents inside.
· Choose “ OPTIONS “ from the command bar, then select “READ E13B SIGNAL” from the
pull-down menu and click on ”CALIBRATION MICR” located in the sub-menu;

· A dialogue window will open so that the MICR readhead can be set;

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1. OPTION :
SIGNAL VALUE : This allows you to insert the value shown on the test
document “DOCUTEST 32”(point 2)
NUMBER MEASURES: This allows you to insert the number of steps you may
wish the document to carry out.

2. RESULT:
RESULT: There is a light which will indicate when the setting of the
amplification of the magnetic signal has occurred (green light).

Proceed as follows

· Insert the “DOCUTEST 32” setting document with the 2 magnetic lines turned downwards (point 1)
· Put the number “1” in the “NUMBER MEASURES” box;
· Click on the “MEASURES” key to start up the setting process;
· Check the colour of the light under “RESULT”:
- If the light is GREEN, put the number “10” in the “NUMBER MEASURES” box and
start up the setting on ten steps of the“DOCUTEST 32”
- If the light is RED, manually intervene on theTrimmer, having removed the base, and
repeat the steps from the beginning until the correct setting can be found.

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+ +

+
+

+
+

1
+

+
1

+
+
+
+
1

+
+
+
1

+
1

+
1
Trimmer

Calibration data remain until the next adjustment is carried out.

NOTE!

LS100/3, LS100/4 OR LS100/5

Using the “LS100 demo test" diagnostic program, the regulation of the amplification of the MICR
printhead is carried out:
· Check that the LS100 is: - turned on and connected to a PC;
- that there are no documents inside.

· Load the program and select “OPTIONS". Select “READ E13B SIGNAL” and click on
”CALIBRATION MICR” in the submenu.

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· A dialogue window will open so that the MICR


readhead can be set;

1. OPTION:
Signal Value : this allows you to insert the value shown in brackets on the
“DOCUTEST 32” test document.
Check Speed Colour: If this is select, enable the check colour
2. RESULT:
Result: a light will signal the calibration of the amplification of the
magnetic signal that has taken place (green light).
· Insert the “DOCUTEST 32” adjustment document with the 2 magnetic lines facing downwards (1).
· Click on the “Calibration” button;
· Insert again the "DOCUTEST 32" in the insertion zone till the traffic-lights will be green or red;
· Check “RESULT” for the colour of the light:
- If the light is GREEN the calibration procedure is complete.
- If the light is RED repeat the steps from the beginning until the correct calibration is found.

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DOWNLOAD NEW FIRMWARE FROM A PC

To download the FW, you have to connect LS100 to the PC via the serial connector. Connect J1 to the
PC’s serial port, using the cable code CAB-0767.
Load the CTS electronics Download utility and set the dialog window, after the selections press the button
“Execute” for download start .

FIRMWARE UPDATE PROGRAM

2
3 2
3

6 5

1- Where to connect the peripheral


2- Browse to select the file that must be downloaded
3- File that must be dowloaded
4- Select the flash that must be upgraded
5- Select the type of peripheral
6- After the selections press the button “Execute”

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PARTIAL DOWNLOADING OF FIRMWARE

Using the ”CTS DWL” downloading program it is possible to partially update the Firmware , that is the
firmware basis is maintained and the varibale parts are updated only . With this method it is not necessary
to connect the machine to a PC with a download cable. The connection used is already sufficient.

· Load the Download program and provide all the information requested. Then select “OK” to start
the Downloading

1- This allows you to look for and select


the Download files and to control the
start. (it opens the window below)

2- Selects the peripheral;

3- Selects the type of connection.

5- File used for Download;


6- Search File for Download
7- Press to start Download

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Chapter 7

GENERAL FEATURES

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Environmental conditions:
Temperature: from 10°C to 40°C (50 - 104 °F)
Humidity (without condensation): from 20% to 80%

Electromagnetic immunity:
The product will function correctly if positioned at an adeguate distance distance of an
electromagnetic emission source (video, PC, etc..)

Power supply:
Machine:
- In: 24 V d.c.

External power supply:


- In: from 100 to 240 V 50/60 Hz
- Out: 24 V d.c.
- Power: 24 W

The power supply is switching and can therefore be used if a specific mains cable is included,
in all the differnet countries for which it is destined.

Interface:
USB: 1.1 or 2.0
Serial RS232: Baud rate 115200
Parity No parity
Data bit 8
Stop bit 1

Product size:
Width: 215 mm (8,47 in)
Depth: 125 mm (4,92 in)
Max. Height. 160 mm (6,30 in)

Weight:
Macchine: 2 Kg for maximum configuration (4,4 lb)
Power supply: 0,3 Kg (0,661 lb)

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Feeder slot size:


Capacity: From a single sheet up to 15 doc.

Reading speed:
Reading speed : 500 mm/s (gray scale all models) 19,7 in/s
335 mm/s (LS100/4 colour mode) 13,20 in/s
425 mm/s (LS100/5 coluor mode) 16,7 in/s

Productivity:
Productivity: up to 3120 doc./h

Document features:
Height: from 50 mm to 105 mm (1,97 - 4,13 in)
Length: from 100 mm to 216 mm (3,94 - 8,50 in)
Thickness: from 0.07 mm to 0.10 mm (0,003 - 0,004 in)
Weight: from 70 g/mq to 110 g/mq (0.01÷0.02 lb/sqf)

Image features:
Resolution: (100 dpi x 100 dpi) (3.93 X 3.93 ppmm)
(200 dpi x 200 dpi) (7.87 X 7.87 ppmm)
Grey scale: 256 or 16 grey levels
Illumination: RGB illumination
Red = 630 nm
Green = 520 nm
Blue = 465 nm
Black/white: LS100/1 - fix threshold
LS100/2 - tracking threshold
Color: LS100/5 - 16Ml colours (24 bits)

MICR reading:
Reading height: 11 mm (0,443 in)
Centre line reading: 8 mm (0,315 in)

CMC7 - Optional Module-


In accordance with ISO 1004 standards
Rejection rate: <1 crt / 25000
Substitution rate: <1 crt / 250000

E13B - Optional Module-


In accordance with ISO 1004 standards
Rejection rate: <5 crt / 25000
Substitution rate: <5 crt / 250000

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STAMP - Optional Module -


Stamp autonomy: 20.000 Stamps

MAGNETIC BADGE - Optional Module -


Reading according to ISO 7810
and ISO 7811 standards: tracks 1+2 or 2+3 or 1+2+3

INK-JET - Optional Module-


Printing height (50 Nozzles): 40 mm (center of character) (1,575 in)
Printing height (12 Nozzles): 50 mm (center of character) (1,969 in)

Font: Owner CTS; numerical, alfabetical upper case and lower case , ( from n°32 to n° 126 of the
standard ASCII table )
(Space) ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( ) * + , - . / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ? @ A B C D E F G H
IJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_abcdefghijklmnopqrstu
vwxyz{|}~

Spacing (50 or 12 nozzles): 10 characters per inch

Maximum number of characters per printing


(50 or 12 Nozzles): 90 ( 80 characters on a 225mm (8,85 in)cheque)

Printing start from left (50 Nozzles): 20 mm (0,787 in)


Printing start from left (12 Nozzles): 10 mm (0,394 in)

Printhead autonomy (50 Nozzles): 50.000.000 points, equivalent to 450.000


average characters (105 average points on
the complete set of characters )
Printhead autonomy (12 Nozzles): 600000 normal characters
250000 boldface characters

Workload:
Documents per day: 200
Number of working days per year: 250
Life of product: 5 years
Number of times turned on during day: 2

Reliability:
MTBF: 150.000 hours (Estimate)
MCBF: 200.000 cycles, (equivalenti of 0.25
intervention procedures per year)

MTTR: 15 minutes

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SUPPLIES

Neutral mono printhead for JP90 (Bubble-jet 50 Nozzles) Code TEST-CART--02


INK-JET print cartridge (Ink-jet 12 Nozzles) Code TEST-CART--01
Absorbing felt (10 pcs. Pack) Code 09598
Stamp's case (empty) Code 09422
Customized stamp Code 09398
(requires the client logo)

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Chapter 8

SPARE PARTS LIST

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SPARE PARTS LIST

SPARE PARTS LIST

LS 100
Image Scanning System

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TAV. Nr 1 SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.01


COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.01
Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE
Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 08003 Fondello / Floor pan LS100
1 2 08001 Copertura esterna / External cover
1 3 08002 Copertura interna / Internal cover
1 4 08033 Appoggio documento / Document holder
1 5 08026 Supporto lettore badge / Badge reader holder
1 6 08021 Tappo schermo scanner / Scanner plastic cover stopper

3
5

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COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.02 / 03
Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE
Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 08003 Fondello / Floor pan LS100
1 2/3/6 08077 Kit carrozzeria + ferma doc. / Cover kit + Doc. stopper *
1 4 08033 Appoggio documento / Document holder
1 5 08026 Supporto lettore badge / Badge reader holder
1 6 08021 Tappo schermo scanner / Scanner plastic cover stopper
1 7 08043 Parete chiusura esterna / External closing flap
1 8 08044 Parete chiusura interna / Internal closing flap

*08077 - Copertura esterna / External cover


- Copertura interna / Internal cover
- Coperchio arresto Doc. / Cover doc. stopper
- Arresto Doc. LS100 / Document stopper LS100
- Tappo schermo scanner / Scanner plastic cover stopper
6

2
3

7 4

5
8

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TAV. Nr 1/B SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.04


COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.04
Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE
Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 08003 Fondello / Floor pan LS100
1 2 08001-03 Copertura esterna / External cover
1 3 08002-02 Copertura interna / Internal cover
1 4 08033 Appoggio documento / Document holder
1 5 08026 Supporto lettore badge / Badge reader holder
1 6 08021 Tappo schermo scanner / Scanner plastic cover stopper
1 7 08043 Parete chiusura esterna / External closing flap
1 8 08044 Parete chiusura interna / Internal closing flap
1 9 08076 Coperchio arresto Doc. / Cover doc. stopper
1 10 08075 Arresto Doc. LS100 / Document stopper LS100

9 10 4

5
8

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TAV. Nr 1/C SCOCCA PER MECCANICA Liv.05


COVER FOR MECHANICAL Lev.05
Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE
Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 08003 Fondello / Floor pan LS100
1 1 08091 Fondello per versione OCR con scarico
Floor pan for OCR version with relief
1 2 08001-04 Copertura esterna / External cover
1 3 08002-04 Copertura interna / Internal cover
1 4 08033 Appoggio documento / Document holder
1 4 08087 Appoggio documento lungo/ Long document holder
1 5 08026 Supporto lettore badge / Badge reader holder
1 6 08021 Tappo schermo scanner / Scanner plastic cover stopper
1 7 08043 Parete chiusura esterna / External closing flap
1 8 08044 Parete chiusura interna / Internal closing flap
1 9 08076 Coperchio arresto Doc. / Cover doc. stopper
1 10 08075 Arresto Doc. LS100 / Document stopper LS100

9 10 4
4

5 8

1
1
(with relief)

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TAV. Nr 2 GRUPPO BADGE e ALIMENTAZIONE


BADGE GROUP AND MAINS

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10705 Gruppo Testina Badge TRK 2-3 + cavo
Badge head group TRK 2-3 + cable
1 1 10727 Gruppo Testina Badge TRK 1-2 + cavo
Badge head group TRK 1-2 + cable
1 2 TR-0082 Ac/Dc SW 24V 1,25 A
Ac/Dc SW 24V 1,25 A
1 3 CAB-0641 Cavo per gruppo testina badge
Cable for Badge head group
1 4 SPINA-PLUG01 Spina volante "Plug Australia"
1 4 SPINA-PLUG03 Spina volante "Plug UK"
1 4 SPINA-PLUG04 Spina volante "Plug USA"
1 4 SPINA-PLUG05 Spina volante "Plug Europe"

4
2

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TAV. Nr 3 PIASTRE ELETTRICHE


ELECTRONIC BOARD

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10706 Piastra LS100/1
LS100/1 board
1 1 10743 Piastra LS100/2
LS100/2 board
1 1 10839 Piastra LS100/2R
LS100/2R Board
1 1 10858 Piastra LS100/3 (Solo con piastra OCR cod.10804)
LS100/3 board (Only with OCR board code 10804)
1 1 10781 Piastra LS100/4 (Colore)
LS100/4 board (Color)
1 1 10834 Piastra LS100/5
LS100/5 board
1 1 10859 Piastra LS100/5 (Solo con piastra OCR cod.10804)
LS100/5 board (Only with OCR board code 10804)
1 2 10804 Piastra OCR (solo per LS100/3 e LS100/5)
OCR board (only for LS100/3 and LS100/5)
J10
J14 1

J8
S1 J6 105
157

+ +
+
+

+
53

+
1
J13

+
+
1

+
+

1
+

1
C12

C14
U10 C10 +
+

+ U3
C3
+ U2 U4
81
C11
+

C13

1
+

C9
+

+ U5
1 J1
J12
R4 R8
TR1 R20
R19
R7 R6 R13 R14

R18 R21 1
C5 C6 R22
+
1 1 C8 C7

1 2
51 U1
9 1 31
10 2 U6 U9 U8 U7
+

J11

J1 R1 R9 C4
R2 X1
J16
C2

C1
R5

1 PT1 R12 R11 R10 R15 R16 R17

Feeder version
Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10805 Piastra LS100/3 senza feeder
LS100/3 board without feeder
1 1 10805-C Piastra LS100/3 fino a meccanica 5 usare elettronica C
LS100/3 board unto mechanics 5 use electronics C
1 1 10805-D Piastra LS100/3 da meccanica 6 usare elettronica D
LS100/3 board from mechanics 6 use electronics D

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TAV. Nr 4 GRUPPO INK-JET (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)


INK-JET GROUP (Bubble- jet 50 Nozzles)

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10718 Piastra LS100 ink-jet
LS100 Ink-jet board
1 2 10675 Carrello completo INK-JET + cavo (Jp90)
INK-JET holder + cable (Jp90)

Top side

1
J2

+ +
1

2
1

+ +
J3

+
1

1
1

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TAV. Nr 4 GRUPPO INK-JET (Ink- jet 12 Nozzles)


INK-JET GROUP (Ink- jet 12 Nozzles)

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10845 Piastra LS100-I-2
LS100-I-2 board
1 2 10186 Carrello completo INK-JET + cavo
INK-JET holder + cable

Top side

J1 1

2
J3

+
1

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TAV. Nr 5 GRUPPI ELETTROMECCANICI


ELECTROMECHANICAL GROUP

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 10720 Gruppo Motore (motore+puleggia+cavo)
Motor group (motor+pulley+cable)
1 3 ICCCD-CIS--01 Scanner retro (1 OUT CIS 500mm/sec) per LS100/1/2/3/4
Rear Scanner (1 OUT CIS 500mm/sec) for LS100/1/2/3/4
1 3 ICCCD-CIS--06 Scanner retro (CIS 3 OUT 1LG RGB) per LS100/5
Rear Scanner (CIS 3 OUT 1LG RGB) for LS100/5
1 3 08027 Gruppo scanner retro finto
Dummy rear scanner
1 4 ICCCD-CIS--01 Scanner Fronte (1 OUT CIS 500mm/sec) per LS100/1/2/3/4
Front Scanner (1 OUT CIS 500mm/sec) for LS100/1/2/3/4
1 3 ICCCD-CIS--06 Scanner fronte (CIS 3 OUT 1LG RGB) per LS100/5
Front Scanner (CIS 3 OUT 1LG RGB) for LS100/5
1 5 08019 Schermo per scanner retro
Rear scanner plastic cover
1 6 08018 Schermo per scanner fronte
Front scanner plastic cover
1 7 10363 Gruppo testina MICR
MICR head reader
1 8 10666 E-Magn E34110 110 Ohm + cavo L= 70mm
E-Magn E34110 110 Ohm + cable L= 70mm
1 9 10721 E-Magn E3499 + Cavo L= 100mm
E-Magn E3499 + Cable L= 100mm
2 10 CAB-0764 Cavo 12 vie per scanner GS LS100
Cable 12 way for scanner GS LS100
2 10 10851 Gr. Cavo flat “FPC18” per LS100/5 (*)
Flat cable group “FPC18” for LS100/5

(*) Per la sostotuzione vedere le istruszioni a pag. 6-30


See page 6-30 for replacement instructions

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TAV. Nr 5

1 10 3 5

Top side
4 10

6
8
7

Bottom side
9

LS100 - Service Manual 8-13


CTS electronics

TAV. Nr 6 RULLI, MOLLE E TIMBRO


ROLLERS, SPRING AND STAMPS

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 06773 Paletta deviatrice
Deviator flap
4 2 08017 Gruppo controrullino
Roller contrast group
4 3 01385 Molla
Spring
1 4 01388 Molla
Spring
1 5 08035 Rullo scanner retro
Rear scanner contrast roller
1 6 08023 Rullo scanner fronte
Front scanner contrast roller
1 7 01348 Molla testina MICR
MICR head spring
1 8 08042 Gruppo rullino pinch roller
Roller + o-ring pinch-roller
1 9 09422 Supporto Timbro
Stamp holder
1 10 01384 Molla pinch-roller
Spring pinch-roller
1 11 01311 Molla
Extension spring
1 12 01363 Molla
Extension spring
1 13 01349 Molla
Entrance roller spring

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TAV. Nr 6

1 2 3 4 2
Top side

3
8 9 3 2 7

10 11 12 13

6
8
7

Bottom side

LS100 - Service Manual 8-15


CTS electronics

TAV. Nr 7 GRUPPO SFOGLIATORE


FEEDER GROUP

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 08057 Puleggia Pinch-Roller
Pinch-Roller pulley
1 2 01206 O-ring (conf.10Pz)
O-ring (10Pcs pack)
1 3 08045 Presfogliatore + o-ring
Prefeeder + o-ring
1 4 08046 Gr. supporto + cellasto
Gr. support + rejent sliding
1 5 08067 Molla (conf.10Pz)
Spring (10Pcs pack)
1 6 01379 Molla (conf.10Pz)
Spring (10Pcs pack)
1 7 10822 Gr. E-Magn. 12V 48ohm+cavo - fino ad elettronica liv. C (*)
E-Magn. group 12V 48ohm+cable - into electronics lev. C (*)
1 7 10721 Gr. E-Magn. 12V 48ohm+cavo - da elettronica liv. D (*)
E-Magn. group 12V 48ohm+cable - from electronics lev. D (*)
1 8 08052 Molla (conf.10Pz)
Spring (10Pcs pack)
1 9 20856 Gr. Feeder
Feeder Group
1 10 01349 Molla
Spring

(*) fino a meccanica 5 usare elettronica C / unto mechanics 5 use electronics C


da meccanica 6 usare elettronica D / from mechanics 6 use electronics D

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TAV. Nr 7

1 2 3 4

5 6

7 8 10

LS100 - Service Manual 8-17


CTS electronics

TAV. Nr 8 CINGHIE, O-RING E RUOTE DENTATE


BELT, O-RING AND GEARS

Q RIF CODICE DESCRIZIONE


Qty Ref. CODE DESCRIPTION
—————————————————————————————————————————-
1 1 01511 Cinghia traino
Transport belt
1 2 01300 O-Ring EPDM F27 x 2,5
O-Ring EPDM F27 x 2,5
2 3 08036 Ruote dentate Z=34 mm 0,75
Gears Z=34 m=0,75 C04 wheel z=34 mm 0,75

2 1
Top side

Bottom side
3

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