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SERVICE MANUAL

A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner

EPSON GT-30000

SESC00012

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Other product names used herein are for identification purpose only and may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. EPSON disclaims any and all rights in those marks.

Copyright 2000 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION Imaging & Information Product Division TPCS Quality Assurance Center TPCS Department

PRECAUTIONS
Precautionary notations throughout the text are categorized relative to 1)Personal injury and 2) damage to equipment. DANGER WARNING Signals a precaution which, if ignored, could result in serious or fatal personal injury. Great caution should be exercised in performing procedures preceded by DANGER Headings. Signals a precaution which, if ignored, could result in damage to equipment.

The precautionary measures itemized below should always be observed when performing repair/maintenance procedures.

DANGER
1. ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE PRODUCT .ROM THE POWER SOURCE AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES PER.ORMING ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR PROCEDURES. 2. NOWORK SHOULD BE PER.ORMED ON THE UNIT BY PERSONS UN.AMILIAR WITH BASIC SA.ETY MEASURES AS DICTATED .OR ALL ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS IN THEIR LINE O. WORK. 3. WHEN PER.ORMING TESTING AS DICTATED WITHIN THIS MANUAL, DO NOT CONNECT THE UNIT TO A POWER SOURCE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. WHEN THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE MUST BE CONNECTED, USE EXTREME CAUTION IN WORKING ON POWER SUPPLY AND OTHER ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS. 4. BE SURE TO WEAR GLOVES WHEN DISASSEMBLING OR ASSEMBLING ANY PARTS O. THE SCANNER IN ORDER TO AVOID INJURY .ROM CUTS.

WARNING
1. REPAIRS ON EPSON PRODUCT SHOULD BE PER.ORMED ONLY BY AN EPSON CERTI.IED REPAIR TECHNICIAN. 2. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SOURCE VOLTAGES IS THE SAME AS THE RATED VOLTAGE, LISTED ON THE SERIAL NUMBER/RATING PLATE. I. THE EPSON PRODUCT HAS A PRIMARY AC RATING DI..ERENT .ROM AVAILABLE POWER SOURCE, DO NOT CONNECT IT TO THE POWER SOURCE. 3. ALWAYS VERI.Y THAT THE EPSON PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED .ROM THE POWER SOURCE BE.ORE REMOVING OR REPLACING PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND/OR INDIVIDUAL CHIPS. 4. IN ORDER TO PROTECT SENSITIVE MICROPROCESSORS AND CIRCUITRY, USE STATIC DISCHARGE EQUIPMENT, SUCH AS ANTISTATIC WRIST STRAPS, WHEN ACCESSING INTERNAL COMPONENTS. 5. REPLACE MAL.UNCTIONING COMPONENTS ONLY WITH THOSE COMPONENTS BY THE MANU.ACTURE; INTRODUCTION O. SECOND-SOURCE ICs OR OTHER NONAPPROVED COMPONENTS MAY DAMAGE THE PRODUCT AND VOID ANY APPLICABLE EPSON WARRANTY.

PRE.ACE
This manual describes basic functions, theory of electrical and mechanical operations, maintenance and repair procedures of the product. The instructions and procedures included herein are intended for the experienced repair technicians, and attention should be given to the precautions on the preceding page. The chapters are organized as follows:

CHAPTER 1.

Provides a general overview and specifications of the product. Describes the theory of electrical and mechanical operations of the product. Provides the step-by-step procedures for troubleshooting. Describes the step-by-step procedures for disassembling and assembling the product. Provides Epson-approved methods for adjustment. Provides preventive maintenance procedures and the lists of Epson-approved lubricants and adhesives required for servicing the product. Provides the following additional information for reference: Connector Pin Assignment Circuit Board Component Layout Circuit Board Diagram Exploded Diagrams & ASP List

PRODUCT OUTLINE

CHAPTER 2. CHAPTER 3.

OPERATING PRINCIPLES

TROUBLESHOOTING

CHAPTER 4.

DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY

CHAPTER 5.

ADJUSTMENTS MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 6.

CHAPTER 7.

APPENDIX

Symbols used in this manual


A number of different icons are used in this manual to indicate additional information given with regard to a particular item, and to give warnings when potentially dangerous operations are to be carried out. If one of these icons appears, you should always read the accompanying warning, caution, check point or adjustment tip.
W A R N IN G

This icon means that failure to follow the instructions given may result in serious injury or even death.

C A U T IO N

This icon means that failure to follow the instructions given may result in damage to equipment or property.

C H E C K P O IN T

This icon indicates something which is necessary in order to carry out a particular task effectively. It is also used when additional information on a particular item is being provided, and when a comment is being given on the results of a particular operation.

A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

This icon indicates that a particular adjustment must be carried out after disassembly and before re-assembly, otherwise the quality of the components in question may be adversely affected.

This icon indicates that a particular task must be carried out according to a certain standard after disassembly and before re-assembly, otherwise the quality of the components in question may be adversely affected.

Revision Status
Revision 0 A Issued Date December 14, 2000 December 28, 2000 Draft edition issued .irst Release Description

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Revision A

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 PRODUCT OUTLINE
1.1 Overview ............................................................................................... 10 1.2 Specifications ...................................................................................... 11 1.2.1 General specifications ................................................................... 11 1.2.2 Detailed Specifications .................................................................. 11 1.2.2.1 .irmware and Software ........................................................ 11 1.2.3 Electrical Specifications ................................................................. 12 1.2.4 Safety, EMC, EPA ......................................................................... 12 1.2.5 Resistance to Electric Noise .......................................................... 12 1.2.6 Environmental Specifications ........................................................ 12 1.2.7 Reliability ....................................................................................... 12 1.2.8 Operating Conditions ..................................................................... 12 1.2.9 Document ...................................................................................... 13 1.2.10 Physical Dimensions and Weight ................................................ 13 1.3 Interface Specifications ...................................................................... 14 1.3.1 General Description ....................................................................... 14 1.3.2 SCSI Interface ............................................................................... 14 1.3.2.1 Basic Specifications ............................................................. 14 1.3.2.2 .unctions .............................................................................. 14 1.3.2.3 SCSI Electrical Specifications .............................................. 14 1.3.2.4 Connectors ........................................................................... 14 1.3.2.5 Terminator ............................................................................ 14 1.3.2.6 SCSI ID Setting .................................................................... 15 1.3.2.7 Commands ........................................................................... 15 1.3.2.8 Status ................................................................................... 16 1.3.2.9 Display Messages ................................................................ 16 1.3.2.10 Connector pin arrangement ............................................... 16 1.3.3 IEEE 1394 Serial Bus Interface (Option) ....................................... 17 1.3.4 A Limitation of Interface Connection ............................................. 18 1.3.5 Control Code ................................................................................. 18 1.4 Operation Specifications .................................................................... 19 1.4.1 Switches ........................................................................................ 19 1.4.2 Indicators ....................................................................................... 20 1.4.3 Available Scan Area ...................................................................... 21 1.4.4 Transportation Screw .................................................................... 21

Chapter 2 OPERATING PRINCIPLES


2.1 General Description ............................................................................ 2.2 Mechanical Operation of the Scanner ............................................... 2.3 Electrical Circuit Operations .............................................................. 2.3.1 Control Circuit Operation ............................................................... 2.3.2 Size sensor operation ................................................................... 23 24 25 25 28

Chapter 3 TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1 Overview .............................................................................................. 3.1.1 Errors and Causes of Errors ......................................................... 3.1.2 Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 3.1.2.1 Test Points ........................................................................... 3.1.2.2 Troubleshooting Other Errors .............................................. 3.1.3 Troubleshooting Circuit Board Errors ............................................ 3.1.3.1 Power Supply Board (PWS-POWER Board) ....................... 3.1.3.2 Control Circuit Board (PBA-MAIN Board) ............................ 30 30 31 31 32 36 36 36

Chapter 4 DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY


4.1 Overview .............................................................................................. 4.1.1 Points to Note ................................................................................ 4.1.2 Tools ............................................................................................. 4.1.3 Screws .......................................................................................... 4.2 Disassembly Procedures .................................................................... 4.2.1 Scanner Body Disassembly .......................................................... 4.2.1.1 AD. Removal ....................................................................... 4.2.1.2 Main Circuit Board Removal ................................................ 4.2.1.3 Mechanism Cover Removal ................................................. 4.2.1.4 Scanner Mechanism Removal ............................................. 4.2.2 Scanner Mechanism Disassembly ................................................ 4.2.2.1 Power Supply assembly Removal ........................................ 4.2.2.2 Cooling .an Removal .......................................................... 4.2.2.3 Power Supply Circuit Board Removal .................................. 4.2.2.4 .use Removal ...................................................................... 38 38 39 39 41 42 42 42 43 44 46 46 46 46 48

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4.2.2.5 Glass .rame Assembly Removal ......................................... 49 4.2.2.6 Panel Circuit Board Removal ............................................... 50 4.2.2.7 Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal ........................... 50 4.2.2.8 Mechanism internal cover removal Removal ....................... 51 4.2.2.9 CR Motor Assembly Removal .............................................. 52 4.2.2.10 Document Size Sensor Removal ....................................... 53 4.2.2.11 Relay Circuit Board Removal ............................................. 54

Revision A
7.1 Connector Pin Assignment ................................................................ 7.1.1 Connector Summary ..................................................................... 7.1.2 Circuit Signals ............................................................................... 7.2 Circuit Board Component Layout ...................................................... 7.3 Circuit Diagram .................................................................................... 7.4 Exploded Diagrams ............................................................................. 7.5 ASP List ................................................................................................ 68 68 69 78 81 87 92

Chapter 5 ADJUSTMENTS
5.1 Overview ............................................................................................... 56 5.1.1 Adjustment & Special Tool ............................................................ 56 5.2 Belt Tension Adjustment .................................................................... 57 5.3 Adjustments Using the Special Software .......................................... 58 5.3.1 Necessary Tools ............................................................................ 58 5.3.2 Overview of the Special Software ................................................. 58 5.3.3 Using the Name Rewriting Software ............................................. 59 5.3.3.1 Starting the Name Rewriting Software ................................. 59 5.3.3.2 Japanese/English Display Select Button .............................. 60 5.3.3.3 Changing the Scanner Model ............................................... 60 5.3.3.4 Adding a new scanner model ............................................... 60 5.3.3.5 Deleting the Selected Scanner Model .................................. 60 5.3.3.6 Resetting the number of scans to zero ................................ 60 5.3.3.7 Resetting the AD. Paper .eed Total ................................... 61 5.3.3.8 Resetting all data values to zero .......................................... 61 5.3.3.9 Document Detection Specifications ..................................... 61 5.3.3.10 Closing the Program .......................................................... 61 5.3.4 Home Position Adjustment ............................................................ 61 5.3.4.1 Home Position Checking ...................................................... 62 5.3.4.2 Main Scanning Correction Value Adjustment ....................... 64 5.3.4.3 Sub Scanning Correction Value Adjustment ........................ 64

Chapter 6 MAINTENANCE
6.1 OVERVIEW ........................................................................................... 66 6.1.1 Cleaning ........................................................................................ 66 6.1.2 Lubrication ..................................................................................... 66

Chapter 7 APPENDIX

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Revision A

1.1 Overview
The GT-30000 is an A3 size flat bed color image scanner, designed for office applications. The main features of the scanner are:

" High resolution

Optical resolution is 600 dpi 12 bit in, 8 bit out Scans up to A3 size originals

" Wide readable area

" High-speed scanning ! Monochrome 0.39msec/line ! Color 0.79msec/line


(at Draft mode)

" Scan-Navigation button support ! Start scanning (In case of network connection) ! Wake up scanner application software (In case of local connection) " High speed Interface ! SCSI (Normal 1 port, Wide 1 port) ! Expansion I/. slot (IEEE 1394) " AD. ! 1 to N type (Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for
detail)

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1.2 Specifications
1.2.1 General specifications
" Type:.lat Bed A3 Size Color Image Scanner " Scanning Method: " Photoelectric Device: " Document size: " Max. Effective Pixels: " Max. Scan Area: " Scanning Resolution: " Output Resolution:
Movement of the Mirror Color CCD Up to A3 7,020(main) x 10,200(sub) pixels (at 600dpi) 11.7 x 17.0 inches (297 x 432 mm) Main: 600dpi(Optical resolution) Sub: 1200dpi with micro step. 50 to 4800dpi (1dpi step) (9600dpi scanning is achieved by 4800dpi x 200%) In 12-bit / pixel, Out 1, 8bit/pixel See the table below.

1.2.2 Detailed Specifications


1.2.2.1 .irmware and Software
" Command Level " Zoom: " Gamma Correction ! CRT 2level(A,B) ! PRINTER 3level(A,B,C) ! User defined 1 level " Color Correction ! Impact-Dot Printer ! Thermal Printer ! Ink-Jet Printer ! CRT Display ! User defined " Brightness " Line Art " Digital halftoning " Operating System ! TWAIN for local
SCSI I/.: IEEE1394: Microsoft Windows 95/98, Windows NT4.0/ Windows2000, Windows Millennium Windows2000, Windows Millennium Microsoft Windows 95/98, Windows NT4.0/ Windows2000, Windows Millennium Windows2000, Windows Millennium 7 Level .ixed threshold Dither 4 types (A,B,C,D) User defined 2Types (A,B) ESC/I (B7), .S 50 to 200% (1% step)

" Pixel depth: " Scanning Speed:

Table 1-1. Scanning Speed


Setting Monochrome x2 256 Grayscale .ull color Note: Draft Mode Time required Approx. 0.39mS/line Approx. 0.39mS/line Approx. 0.79mS/line

" Interfaces: ! SCSI 50-pin high-density connector x1, 68-pin high-density connector
x1standard)

! Server Software
SCSI I/.: IEEE1394:

! IEEE 1394 Serial Bus Interface (Optional) " Light Source:


Xenon Gas .luorescent Lamp

" AD. (Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for detail)

! TWAIN for network

Microsoft Windows 95/98, Windows NT4.0/ Windows2000, Windows Millennium

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Revision A
" CE Marking ! Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC ! EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
EN60950 EN55022 Class B EN61000-3-2 EN61000-3-3 EN 50082-1 IEC 60801-2/801-3/801-4 Energy Star

1.2.3 Electrical Specifications


" Rated Voltage: " Input voltage: " Rated Current: " Rated .requency Range: " Input .requency Range: " Power consumption:
AC100-120V AC220-240V AC100-120V10% AC220-240V10% 1.0A (Input AC100-120V) 0.5A (Input AC220-240V) 50-60 Hz 49.5-60.5 Hz Operation ave.65W (Scanner only), ave.90W (with AD.) Save energy mode max.12W (without Using Extend I. Slot)

" EPA

1.2.5 Resistance to Electric Noise


" Static Electricity:
Panel =10kV Metal = 7kV

" Insulation resistance: " Dielectric strength:

10 MW at 500VDC (between AC line and chassis) AC1.2kV,1min (between AC Line and chassis)

1.2.6 Environmental Specifications


" Temperature: " Humidity:
Operating = Storage = Operating = Storage = 5 to 35C -25 to 60C 10 to 80% (no condensation) 10 to 85% (no condensation)

1.2.4 Safety, EMC, EPA


" Safety ! UL1950 (+D3): ! CSA C22.2 NO.950 (+D3): ! EN60950 (VDE) ! IEC60950 (PROSTEST,PSB) " EMC ! .CC Part15 Subpart B Class B: ! CSA C108.8 Class B: ! AS/NZS3548 Class B: ! CISPR Pub22 Class B: ! CNS13438 Class B:
USA Canada Australia Korea Taiwan USA Canada

1.2.7 Reliability
" MCB. 200,000 cycle Life600,000 cycle (Scanner only) " MTB. 100,000 sheets (AD.)

1.2.8 Operating Conditions


Dust: Illumination: Ordinary office or home conditions. Extreme dust should be avoided. Operation under direct sunlight or near strong light source is not guaranteed and should be avoided.

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Revision A

1.2.9 Document
" Reflective type
Documents which has a smooth surface such as a printing and photograph.

1.2.10 Physical Dimensions and Weight


" Dimensions (with AD.)
658 * 488 * 254 mm (W * D * H) (See ".igure 1-1. External Dimensions of the GT-30000") Approximately 30 kg (Scanner only approximately 17 kg)

" Weight (with AD.)

623

658mm 120mm 134mm 605mm

.igure 1-1. External Dimensions of the GT-30000

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Revision A Table 1-2. .unctions


Phase/Condition Bus free phase Arbitration phase Selection / Re-selection phase Command phase Data in phase Data out phase Status phase Message in phase Message out phase Attention condition Reset condition The LUN (Logical Unit Number) is fixed at '0' in this devise. The Command Link .unction is not supported. Notes

1.3 Interface Specifications


1.3.1 General Description
The layout of the interfaces of the GT-30000, as shown in ".igure 1-2. Interface Layout of the GT-30000". TERMINATOR SW OPTION I/.

WIDE SCSI I/.

NORMAL SCSI I/.

SCSI ID SW IEEE 1394 Serial Bus Interface

.igure 1-2. Interface Layout of the GT-30000


The specifications for the interfaces are described below.

SCAM (SCSI Configured Auto Magically specification) [X3T9.2/93-109r5] target function is not available.

1.3.2.3 SCSI Electrical Specifications


This device conforms to regulations of the Single-ended drivers and receivers included in ANSI X3T9.2/375R revision 10L (SCSI-2). (The signal level is TTL compatible.) The total length of the cable must not exceed 3 meters when using .AST SCSI (synchronous data transfer).

1.3.2 SCSI Interface


1.3.2.1 Basic Specifications
Any items not included in the following pages are in conformance with ANSI X3T9.2/375R revision 10L (SCSI-2).

1.3.2.4 Connectors
" 50-pin high-density connector x 1 " 68-pin high-density connector x 1

1.3.2.2 .unctions
The following functions are available, which are included in ANSI X3T9.2/375R Revision 10L (SCSI 2)

1.3.2.5 Terminator
Internal terminator (ON/O.. is selected by SW)

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Revision A Table 1-4. Inquiry Data


AENC TrmIOP Response Data .ormat Additional length RelAdr Wbus32 Wbus16 Sync Linked Description CmdQue SftRe Vendor Identification Product Identification Product Revision Level Vendor Specific 0b 0b 02h 23h 0b 0b 0b 0b 0b 0b 0b EPSON, 20h, 20h, 20h 'SCANNER', 20h, 'GT-30000' **** 00h, 00h, 00h, ffh Note: shows the product name. Note: **** shows the ROM version No support relative addressing for this logical No support 32-bit wide data transfers No support 16-bit wide data transfers No support synchronous data transfers. No support linked commands for this logical unit No support tagged command queuing for this logical unit Hard reset alternative No support asynchronous event notification No support Terminate I/O Process message

1.3.2.6 SCSI ID Setting


The SCSI ID is set with a rotary switch on the rear panel. The switch numbers are corresponded to the available address and can be set from 0 to 7.

" Others are reserved " .actory Setting ID=2

1.3.2.7 Commands
This scanner uses the following group 0 processor commands.

Table 1-3.
Command Test Unit Ready Request Sense Receive Send Inquiry Send diagnostic Code 00h 03h 08h 0Ah 12h 1Dh Confirms operation Requires a Sense data *1 Data transmission from Target to Initiator Data transmission from Initiator to Target Requests information from SCSI device *2 Send diagnostic

*1: SCSI-2 sense data format available *2: The inquiry data is shown in the table below.

Table 1-4. Inquiry Data


Peripheral Qualifier Peripheral Device Type RMB Devie Type Modifier ISO version ECMA version ANSI version 000b 03h 00h 00h 00h 00h 02h SCSI-2 When LUN other than #0 are specified, this value is set in 011b Processor When LUN other than #0 are specified, this value is set in 1fh Non-removable

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Revision A Table 1-7. Extended Message

1.3.2.8 Status
The status is determined as follows.

Table 1-5. Status Conditions


Status Good Check condition Busy Note: R = reserved bit7 R R R bit6 R R R bit5 0 0 0 bit4 0 0 0 bit3 0 0 1 bit2 0 0 0 bit1 0 1 0 bit0 R R R

Code 01h 03h

Message length Byte 5 4

Extended Message Name Synchronous Data Transfer Request Write Data Transfer Request

Direction IN/out IN/out

Completion of ATN Yes (out) Yes (out)

1.3.2.10 Connector pin arrangement


" Normal SCSI (50pin)

1.3.2.9 Display Messages


Table 1-6. Message Summary
Code 00h 01h 02h 03h 04h 05h 06h 07h 08h 09h 0ch 80h-ffh Message Command complete (Extended Messages) Save Data Pointer Restore Pointer Disconnect Initiator Detected Error Abort Message Rejection No Operation Message Parity Error Bus Device Reset Identify In In In Out Out In/Out Out Out Out In/Out Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Signal GND NC DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 DBP TERMPWR ATN BSY I I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Direction In Negate ATN before last ACK -

25 50

1 26

.igure 1-3. Normal SCSI (50pin) connector pin arrangement Table 1-8. Normal SCSI Connector .unctions
In/Out Connector pin No 1~12, 14~25, 35~37, 39, 40, 42 13 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 38 41 43 Data Bus 0 Data Bus 1 Data Bus 2 Data Bus 3 Data Bus 4 Data Bus 5 Data Bus 6 Data Bus 7 Data Bus Parity Terminator Power Attention Busy Description

In = Target to Initiator, Out = Initiator to Target Yes = Initiator shall negate ATN before last ACK of message No = Initiator may or may not negate ATN before last ACK of message

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Signal ACK RST MSG SEL C/D REQ I/O In/Out I I O I/O O O O Connector pin No 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Description Acknowledge Reset Message Select Command / Data Request Input / Output Signal DB10 DB11 DB12 DB13 DB14 DB15 DBP1 TERMPWR ATN BSY ACK RST MSG I I/O I I O I/O O O O

Revision A Table 1-9. Wide SCSI Connector .unctions


I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Connector pin number 67 68 35 36 37 38 39 17, 18, 51, 52 55 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Description Data Bus 10 Data Bus 11 Data Bus 12 Data Bus 13 Data Bus 14 Data Bus 15 Data Bus Parity Terminator Power Attention Busy Acknowledge Reset Message Select Command / Data Request Input / Output

" Wide SCSI (68pin)

.igure 1-4. Wide SCSI (68pin) connector pin arrangement Table 1-9. Wide SCSI Connector .unctions
Signal GND NC DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 DBP DB8 DB9 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 65 66 Data Bus 0 Data Bus 1 Data Bus 2 Data Bus 3 Data Bus 4 Data Bus 5 Data Bus 6 Data Bus 7 Data Bus Parity Data Bus 8 Data Bus 9 I/O Connector pin number 1~16, 19~34, 49, 50, 54, 56 Description

SEL C/D REQ I/O

1.3.3 IEEE 1394 Serial Bus Interface (Option)


.or details of the IEEE1394 Serial Bus Interface, refer to the separate service manual for IEEE1394 Scanner I/. Card.

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Revision A Table 1-10. Control Code Summary


Category Command Set Brightness Set Image Correction Set Gamma Correction Download Gamma Table Set Sharpness Set Digital Halftoning Set Auto Area Segmentation Image Processing Download Dither Pattern Set Color Correction Download Color Correction Set Threshold Set Scanning Mode Code ESC I ESC . ESC f ESC S ESC G ESC ! .S I .S . .S S .S G ESC D i ESC R n1 n2 ESC H i1 i2 ESC A n1 n2 n3 ESC C i ESC K i .S W Control Miscellaneous Initialize Set Line Counter Control Option Request focus Eject paper Eject Paper .eed Paper Normal Response Abnormal Response Stop Scanning Header .eed paper*1 position*1 ..*1 Code ESC L i ESC Z i ESC z i d[255] ESC Q i ESC B i ESC s i ESC b i j d[j^2] ESC M i ESC m d[9] ESC t i ESC g i ESC @ ESC d i ESC e i ESC N i ESC p i ESC q .. P. ACK NACK CAN STX

1.3.4 A Limitation of Interface Connection


This scanner is equipped with SCSI I/. in standard. If it is equipped with IEEE1394 I/. or special I/. for Copy System on option slot, it can have two type I/.. At this time, to connect and to use above-stated two type I/. simultaneously is not guaranteed.

" But, it supports as follows.

When it provides Network solution for Copy System without function of Network, it supports to connect and to use simultaneously two type I/..

1.3.5 Control Code


Table 1-10. Control Code Summary
Category Command Identity Request Status Request Extended Status Request Parameter Request Execute Command Initiate Scan Request Push Button Status Request Extended ID Request Scanner Status Request Scan Parameters Initiate New Scan Set Data .ormat Set Resolution Set Zoom Set Data .ormat Set Scan Area Set Color Set Mirroring Set Scan Parameter

*1: This function is not prepared, but this command is acceptable.

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1.4 Operation Specifications


1.4.1 Switches
" OPERATE button ! Turns the scanner ON and O... ! When the power is turned on, the scanner is initialized.

N-W switch OPERATE button

SCSI ID switch

.igure 1-6. SCSI ID and SCSI Data Bus Length switch


" Terminator switch ! ON: ! O..:
terminator on (Default) terminator off

.igure 1-5. OPERATE button


" SCSI ID switch (Rotary switch) ! 0 ~ 7: ! others:
C H E C K P O IN T

SCSI ID Reserved Do not set the ID number that is already assigned to other SCSI device. Terminator switch

.igure 1-7. Terminator switch

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" Select SW of SCSI Data Bus Length (See ".igure 1-6. SCSI ID and
SCSI Data Bus Length switch")

Revision A Table 1-11. Indicator Status and Corresponding Errors


READY LED (Green) Lighting Blinking Lighting Turning off Blinking Lighting ERROR LED (Red) Turning off Turning off Lighting Blinking Blinking Turning off Ready Under Scanning, Initialization Command Error Interface Error .atal Error Option Error (AD. Error) Condition

! Position W: ! position N: " Start button

SCSI works in 8bit or 16bit in accordance with negotiation. SCSI works in only 8bit data bus

! Start scanning (In case of network connection) ! Wake up scanner application software (In case of local connection)

Terminator switch

NOTE: See "Chapter 3.1.1 Errors and Causes of Errors" for details on solving the error.

.igure 1-8. Start button

1.4.2 Indicators
If an error occurs, determine the error type referring to the status of the READY and ERROR LED indicators.

" READY (Green LED)

Comes on when the scanner is ready to send and receive data. Blink in combination with the ERROR LED when an error occurs. Indicates the Error.

" ERROR (Red LED)

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1.4.3 Available Scan Area


The origin point for this scanner is marked at the rear left corner of the document table when viewed from the front. See ".igure 1-9. Maximum Scan Area" for the maximum scan area.

1.4.4 Transportation Screw


A carriage fixing screw is attached to the rear of the scanner. The purpose of this screw is to protect the carriage assembly from shocks when transporting or moving the scanner. Be sure to turn this screw to the UNLOCK position before turning the scanner power on.

297mm

0.50.5mm

Origin Point

LOCK

UNLOCK

.igure 1-10. Transportation Screw (without AD.)

C H E C K P O IN T

! Mass-produced products have UNLOCK and

LOCK indications provided on the main scanner assembly. ! The AD. should be removed when changing the position of the carriage fixing screw.

.igure 1-9. Maximum Scan Area

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Revision A
PBA-PANEL board HP sensor Mirror unit

2.1 General Description


The EPSON GT-30000 are mainly composed of following units:
Document size sensors Drive wires Drive shaft

" Scanner mechanism

(Lamp and mirror mechanism and drive unit, lens-CCD sensor unit drive mechanism, Document size sensors)

" Control circuit boards " Power supply circuit boards " AD. (Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for detail)
The EPSON A3 flat-bed type scanners usually read images by moving the integral CR unit which consists of the lamp, mirror, and lens-CCD sensor. This scanner, however, characteristically has the CCD sensor and the lens in the whole unit attached onto the mechanism as an independent unit. This scanner is also equipped with the newly designed focusing function which enables the scanner to focus by adjusting the distance between the lens and the CCD sensor. Since the separate units in the mechanism such as the lamp and the mirrors move at their own speed for reading, the incident distance of the reflected light from the document to the CCD sensor is kept constant.
lens unit PBA-INS board (CCD) CR Motor unit Document

Drive wires

Lamp/mirror unit CN6 CN9, CN10

The control circuit board is designed to be inserted from the rear of the scanner, and the power supply board fits into a separate shielded compartment, with both circuit boards being connected only by the relay circuit board connector inside the scanner mechanism. This makes removal and maintenance operations much easier.

CN3 CN7

PBA-CONNECT board

CN13

CN5

PBA-MAIN board

PWSPOWER board

CN2

SCSI terminator SW Wide SCSI I/.

AC in SCSI W/N SW Normal SCSI I/. AD. I/. SCSI ID SW

.igure 2-1. Main Mechanism Structure of GT-30000

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The vertical distance between the lamp plus the mirror in the Lamp/mirror unit and the document surface remain constant. The vertical distance between the mirrors in the Mirror unit also remains constant. However, the horizontal distances between the Lamp/mirror unit (rate = x2) and the Mirror unit (rate = x1) as well as between the Mirror unit and Lens unit are constantly changing. The stepping motor drives both movable units via wires. The CCD sensor and the lens are united into one unit, which is semi-fixed on the base frame. The scanner is that the CCD lens focus is fixed.

2.2 Mechanical Operation of the Scanner


Compared with other EPSON scanners, the main feature of this scanner lies in its new optical mechanism used for reading images. Instead of the united lamp & CCD movement system used for other scanners, this scanner scans with the fixed CCD sensor and separate lamp and the mirror units. Since the color CCD line sensor is used for the reading device, only one light source is equipped and light is separated through the RGB color filter. As shown in ".igure 2-2. Optical Unit Structure", the light source (high luminance cold cathode xenon lamp), the first reflection mirror unit, and the second reflection mirror unit move independently at their own speed. Therefore the length of the incident light reflected from the document to the CCD sensor is kept constant.

Variable Document Glass X1 CCD sensor Lens unit Lamp/mirror unit X2

.ixed

Mirror unit

Variable

.igure 2-2. Optical Unit Structure

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! Processes the image data according to various setting information

2.3 Electrical Circuit Operations


2.3.1 Control Circuit Operation
The control circuits of this scanner are (See ".igure 2-3. Control Circuit Composition of GT-30000"):

provided by the host, such as gamma correction, color correction, and halftoning correction.

After completing these processes, image data is output to the host.

" PBA-MAIN board (Main control circuit board) " PBA-ISN board (CCD sensor board located on the CR) " PWS-POWER board " PBA-CONNECT board (Relay board) " PBA-PANEL board (Control panel) " PBA-LAMP board (Lamp board)
Among the various functions controlled by the PBA-MAIN board as well as the PBA-ISN, these boards control the scanning process from the CCD sensors to the image signal processing as described below. 1. PBA-MAIN Board (document size detection)

! Document size sensors detect the size of the document.


2. PBA-ISN Board (CCD image sensor)

! Photoelectric conversion:

Converts light reflected from the document (light energy) into electrical energy (electrical charge).

! Amplification
3. PBA-MAIN Board (processes image data) ASIC (IC2) on this board manages most of the following functions:

! A/D conversion:

Converts the image data produced in the form of analog electrical signals into 12-bit digital data. Performs image data correction on a black and white basis.

! Shading correction:

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PBA-INS board CCD PD3728D Emitter block Inverter

Lamp

INVERTER board

PBA-PANEL board LED x2 HP SCAN SW

Document size sensors0 Document size sensors1

Document size sensors3

Document size sensors4

AC 85-140V/170-264V 45-65Hz

CR MOTOR JR4023P70

PBA-LAMP board

Document size sensors2

Document size sensors5

PW
Open Sensor

PWSPOWER board IEEE 1394 Option Board

x3 (RGB)

Motor Driver STK672-080 (IC1)

B106 CONNECT board

Analog SW 74HC4066A. (x4)x3 (IC27.1^27.4/28.1^28.4/ 29.1^29.4)(R/G/B) Data Bus Address 32k RAM (Gamma crrctn) (IC17)

A/D conversion AK8412 x3 (IC24/25/26)(R/G/B)

PD65949S1-079-.6

Image processing (IC2)

+3.3V, +5V, +12V, +24V Main CPU HD6412352.20 (IC1)

128x 128x16 EEPROM (IC33)

+3.3V, +5V, +12V, +24V

Buffer x2 (IC5/6) AD. I/.


TIA/EIA-422-B SN75C1167 (IC9)

Data Bus

Address 64M SDRAM x3 (R/G/B) (IC21/22/23) 32k+32k RAM (IC6/7) ID SW W/N SW 256k EPRAM (IC8) Terminator SCSI Controller MB86606 (IC3) Active Terminator BH9595.P-Y (IC30/31) SCSI SCSI W I/. SCSI N I/.

32k+32k RAM x2 (White and Black standard level) (IC13/14/15/16)

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 PBA-MAIN BOARD Table 2-1.
Name CPU HD6412352.20 Location IC1 Description The CPU that controls this entire operation of this board and operates at 20 MHz. Voltage = 5.0V The image processor that controls the functions and operating described below:. Operating frequency External: 48 MHz Internal: 120 MHz (CCD driver assembly) 30 MHz (other than CCD driver assembly) Voltage: 3.3V Control functions CCD control Line correction processing Buffer memory Image processing The SCSI interface processor operates at 40MHz. Voltage = 5.0V. Terminator control Name STK672-080 Location IC1

Revision A PBA-CONNECT BOARD Table 2-3.


Description Motor drive control

This relay board connects the PBA-MAIN board with the PBA-ISN, PBAPANEL, PWS-POWER, PBA-LAMP boards and mechanism.

PBA-PANEL BOARD
This board has a power switch (push-lock), start switch and LED indicators (READY, ERROR).

ASIC PU65949SI-079-.6

IC2

PWS-POWER BOARD
Since the power supply circuit board PWS-POWER for this scanner meets the universal specification requirements, it can be used with rated voltage from 100V to 240V AC. NOTE: 1) Power on current: 25 A (O-Peak) or less. However, maximum input should be 264 V AC or less. 2) Leakage current: 0.25 mA or less (110 V AC, 50 Hz, maximum load) 3.5 mA or less (140 V AC, 60 Hz, maximum load) 3.5 mA or less (264 V AC, 60 Hz, maximum load)

MB86606 BH9595.P-Y

IC3 IC30/31

PBA-ISN BOARD Table 2-2.


Name CCD sensor PD3728D Location IC9 Description Color CCD line sensor outline: Effective pixel = 7020 pixels x 3 colors Bi-D scanning rate = Max. 10 million pixels/second

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The different levels of VDC are distributed to corresponding mechanisms, as shown in "Table 2-4 DC Output Power":

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Table 2-4. DC Output Power


Output VDC +5 V +24 V +12 V +3.3 V Application Logic and document size sensor power lines Motor drive power source Power source for the lamp (inverter) +12 V production (Drives the cooling fan for the metal, shielded tray that contains the PBA-MAIN and PWS-POWER boards.) Logic power lines

2.3.2 Size sensor operation


The scanner is equipped with six document size sensors which automatically determine the size of the document when scanning is carried out, so that only the actual document area is scanned (no preview operation is necessary). However, the document sizes that can be recognized in this way are limited to A3 (landscape), B4 (portrait and landscape), A4 (portrait and landscape) and B5 (portrait and landscape).

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Revision A COMMUNICATION ERROR (AN ERROR OCCURRED WITH THE SCSI TRANSMISSION PROTOCOL) Table 3-2.
LED Status Cause A resettable error occurred at the SCSI bus. In the case of SCSI, an interruption in transmission occurred for 30 seconds or more while in a phase other than free bus. Operation/ Condition The lamp goes off and the scanner stops operating.

3.1 Overview
This chapter describes troubleshooting techniques to help you solving any scanner problems which you may encounter. .irst, see the next section to determine what kind of error has occurred. Then see the appropriate explanation in the following pages to determine the correct solution.

3.1.1 Errors and Causes of Errors


The self-diagnostic function equipped with this scanner automatically detects the operating status of all major parts. The scanner communicates any detected error and the cause of the error using a combination of the indicator lights as described below.

READY ERROR (Blinking) Remedy

Turn the power off and then back on again. Assert an SCSI RESET signal.

COMMAND ERROR Table 3-1.


LED Status Cause Received undefined command or illegal parameter. Operation/Condition The scanner ignores incorrect commands and command parameters. (Current settings are maintained.) The scanner returns a NACK and waits for the next command and command parameters.

READY ERROR

Remedy

The error is cleared when the next correct command/ parameters are received.

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 .ATAL ERROR Table 3-3.
LED Status Cause A carriage home seeking error occurred. 1. The carriage fixing lever has been locked by mistake. 2. Poor motor connection 3. Home position sensor malfunction An abnormality was detected during lamp checking. 1. Lamp malfunction, incorrect carriage adjustment, CCD output problem 2. Poor lamp or ..C connection to CCD An abnormality was detected during CCD output level checking. An error occurred during serial communication with the optional AD.. 1. Overrun error 2. Parity error 3. .raming error 4. Time out error (not able to be reset by retry processing) Operation/ Condition

Revision A OPTION ERROR (AD. ERROR) Table 3-4.


LED Status Cause Cover open 1. Cover was open while paper was being fed. 2. The cover was opened while paper was in the paper feeder (after paper had been prepared for feeding), so that paper could not be fed. 3. Sensor malfunction/poor connection Error in AD. paper handling (Paper jam) 1. Paper fed when no document present 2. Paper jam 3. Sensor malfunction/poor connection 4. Switch lever damaged. Remove the error condition. Operation/ Condition

READY (Blinking) ERROR (Blinking)

The lamp goes off and the scanner stops operating. Sets the status bit to 7.

READY ERROR

Sets the status bit to 7.

Remedy

3.1.2 Troubleshooting
This section provides test points for each major unit and check points for each abnormal phenomenon.

Remedy

Turn the power off and then back on again. Send an initialization command (ESC @). Transmit an SCSI bus device reset message. Assert an SCSI RESET signal. Reset the IEEE 1394 expansion slot I/..

3.1.2.1 Test Points


Test points for the motors and sensors are shown in the tables below.

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Condition: Disconnect from the connector and measure with the cable connected to the motor.

Revision A Table 3-6. Sensor Check Points


Motor Document size sensor 5 Document size sensor 6 Test Point <PBA-CONNECT board> CN9: Pin 9 (Signal) Pin 7 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN9: Pin 6 (Signal) Pin 4 (GND) Signal Level H: Document not present L: Document present H: Document not present L: Document present

Table 3-5. Motor Check Points


Motor Motor (for driving the mirror) Test Point <Cable connector> Between Pins 1 and 3 Between Pins 1 and 4 Between Pins 2 and 5 Between Pins 2 and 6 Signal Level

Approximately 0.56

C A U T IO N

Be careful not to short-circuit the signals while checking them.

SENSORS
Condition: Test the sensors with the power on.

Table 3-6. Sensor Check Points


Motor HP sensor (Mirror) Test Point <PBA-CONNECT board> CN1: Pin 7 (Signal) Pin 6 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN4: Pin 2 (Signal) Pin 1 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN10: Pin 6 (Signal) Pin 4 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN10: Pin 3 (Signal) Pin 1 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN10: Pin 9 (Signal) Pin 7 (GND) <PBA-CONNECT board> CN9: Pin 3 (Signal) Pin 1 (GND) Signal Level H: Mirror unit is in the home position. L: Mirror unit is outside its home position. H: Cover closed L: Cover open H: Document not present L: Document present H: Document not present L: Document present H: Document not present L: Document present H: Document not present L: Document present

3.1.2.2 Troubleshooting Other Errors


See the table below for miscellaneous errors not covered in the previous sections.

Table 3-7. In case of abnormal performance


Phenomenon The scanner doesnt operate at power on. .atal Error is indicated and does not clear after the scanner is turned off and back on Communication Error is indicated The scanner does not scan images properly. Description READY LED does not light. CR does not move. Abnormal movement of CR, such as crashing into the frame. Lamp does not light. SCSI not set properly or defective Black lines, White banding, and so on Refer to .lowchart .lowchart 3-1 .lowchart 3-2 .lowchart 3-3 .lowchart 3-4 .lowchart 3-5 .lowchart 3-6

Open sensor Document size sensor 1 Document size sensor 2 Document size sensor 3 Document size sensor 4

See subsequent pages for troubleshooting specific to each problem with major units above.

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Start

Start

Are the main circuit board and connection circuit board connected incorrectly? No Has the power supply fuse blown? No Remove the main circuit board and check that the following voltages are present at connector CN5 of the connect circuit board. Between Pins: 10 and 9: +24 V 8 and 7: +12 V 6 and 5: +5 V 4 and 3: +3.3 V

Yes

Connect properly.

Transportation screw set to locked position? No Turn on the scanner.

Yes Unlock the screw

Yes

Check the fuse

Has the power supply fuse blown? Yes Replace the main and connection circuit boards. Yes Replace the power supply.

Is +24 DC present between pins 10 and 9 (GND) of connection circuit board connector CN5? No To Troubleshooting for power supply board (See "Chapter 3.1.3.1 Power Supply Board (PWS-POWER Board)".)

Yes

Is +24 DC present between pins 1 and 2PGND of connection circuit board connector CN3? Yes Turn on the scanner.

Is the output incorrect? No Does the motor operate? Yes Does the indicator light? Yes

Disconnect connection circuit board connector CN3.

Yes

Turn off the scanner and manually move the carriage. No

Yes

Replace the motor.

Disconnect connection circuit board connector CN3.

Yes

Carry out the indicator test in test mode.

The mechanism is defective. Replace it Is the motor coil resistance at the specified value? No Replace PBA-MAIN

No

Turn off the scanner and manually move the carriage. No Replace PBA-CONNECT

Yes

Does the indicator light? No Replace the indicator.

No

Replace the main, connection and CCD circuit boards.

Replace the motor

.lowchart 3-1. READY LED does not light up

.lowchart 3-2. CR (Mirror/lamp) does not move

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Start

Start

Transportation screw set to locked position? No Turn on the power and move the carriage outside the HP.

Yes Unlock the screw Replace the lamp on the carriage.

Does the lamp operate normally? No Replace the inverter board on the carriage.

Yes

Old lamp was defective.

Is +24 DC present between pins 10 and 9 (GND) of connection circuit board connector CN5? Yes Replace the main circuit board or connection circuit board.

No

Does the lamp operate normally? Is connection circuit board connector CN6 connected properly? No Yes Connect properly. No Replace the main circuit board or connection circuit board.

Yes

Old inverter was defective.

Replace the HP sensor

.lowchart 3-3. CR moves abnormally (crashes into frame)

.lowchart 3-4. Lamp does not light

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Start

Start

Check the SCSI connection settings.

Stains or foreign material on glass? No Old lamp was defective. Stains or foreign material on mirror? No

Yes

Clean the glass

Are the terminal settings and ID settings normal? Yes Replace the cable.

No

Yes

Clean the mirror

Replace PBA-MAIN and perform a test scan. Yes

Does the scanner operate normally? No Replace the main circuit board or connection circuit board.

Old cable was defective. Replace. Does the scanner operate normally? No Replace the mechanism

Yes

Old PBA-MAIN was defective

.lowchart 3-5. SCSI I/. communication error occurs .lowchart 3-6. Scanned image is abnormal

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Revision A Table 3-9. PBA-MAIN Board Troubleshooting (continued)


Phenomenon <.atal Error> Carriage does not stop at the home position. <.atal Error> Lamp does not light. <.atal Error> White standard level is not read properly. <Communication Error> Bi-directional I/. or SCSI I/. are defective. <Image is read abnormally> Check Points Check the CPU (IC1) for the signal waveform input to the following pin: Pin 32 (for HPS signal) Check the output signal waveform and the +24 V output voltage level at the CPU connector (IC1): Pin 115 (for LAMP signal) Pin 5 (for +24V output) Main cause: ASIC (IC2) is defective. (Replace PBA-MAIN board.) Main cause: ASIC (IC3) and ASIC (IC2) are defective. (Replace PBA-MAIN board.) Main cause: ASIC (IC2) is defective. (Replace PBA-MAIN board.)

3.1.3 Troubleshooting Circuit Board Errors


This section describes the check points for the electrical circuit boards.

3.1.3.1 Power Supply Board (PWS-POWER Board)


Table 3-8. PWS-POWER Board Troubleshooting
Phenomenon <Abnormal voltage> +5VDC is not output. <Abnormal voltage> +24 VDC is not output. <Abnormal voltage> +12 VDC is not output. <Abnormal voltage> +3.3 VDC is not output. Check Points Check the input voltage for Z7 (SI-3033). 5 pin Check the voltage waveform between D-S of 013. Check the input voltage for Z4 (PC78M12). Input pin Check the voltage waveform between D-S of 012.

3.1.3.2 Control Circuit Board (PBA-MAIN Board)


Table 3-9. PBA-MAIN Board Troubleshooting
Phenomenon Check Points Check the input/output signal waveforms for the following pins of the reset IC connector (IC4): Pin 8 (for RESET signal) Pin 5 (for +5V input) Pin 3 (for WD output) Check the CPU (IC1) for the ROM access signal waveforms output from the following pins: Pin 2 (for ROM_CS signal) Pin 91 (for RD signal) Check the CPU (IC1) for the signal waveform input to the following pin: Pin 86 (for EXTAL input)

Table 3-10. PBA-CONNECT Board Troubleshooting


Phenomenon <.atal Error> Motor drive circuit is defective. Check Points Check the Drive IC (IC1) Phase drive signal waveform output to the following pin: Pin 11 (for CLK signal)

<No operation at all> Reset IC is defective.

<No operation at all> EEPROM access error

<No operation at all> CPU is defective.

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4.1 Overview
This chapter describes the procedures for disassembling and assembling the main components of the scanner GT-30000. (Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for detail on the disassembly and assembly procedures for the AD..) Except where indicated separately, all procedures for re-assembling the disassembled assemblies and components should be carried out by following the disassembly procedures in reverse. Sections which may result in injury or risk to life if proper care is not taken are indicated by a WARNING symbol. Sections where particular care should be taken beforehand during disassembly or assembly are indicated by a CAUTION symbol. Tips designed to assist with disassembly are indicated by a CHECK POINT symbol. If the assembly procedure differs from the reverse of the disassembly procedure, the steps which are different are indicated by a RE-ASSEMBLY symbol. .urthermore, if adjustment is required as a result of disassembly, the adjustment steps are indicated by an ADJUSTMENT symbol. If disassembly of assemblies or components which are not mentioned in this chapter are required, please refer to the separate general disassembly diagram. Be sure to read the Points to Note on the next page before starting any disassembly procedures.

4.1.1 Points to Note


Make sure that you read and understand the following warnings and cautions before disassembling or re-assembling any of the components of the EPSON GT-30000.
W A R N IN G

! Be sure to disconnect the power cable from the AC ! Be sure to wear gloves when disassembling or
power socket prior to servicing. assembling any parts of the scanner in order to avoid injury from cuts. ! Be careful to avoid static electric discharges when touching internal components, in order to protect the microprocessor and other circuits. ! Since this scanner weighs heavy (approximately 30kg), it must be taken care when working.

C A U T IO N

! Use only the recommended tools when carrying out ! Observe the specified torque when tightening
disassembly, assembly and adjustments. screws. ("Table 4-1 List of Screw Tightening Torques") ! The specified adjustments should be carried out after disassembling the scanner.

Table 4-1. List of Screw Tightening Torques


Screw tightening location When securing two panels together When securing a molding to a panel When securing a circuit board to a panel When securing to a molding using a molding tapping screw When securing the AD. magnetic catch When securing a handle Screw tightening torque(Ncm) cm) M3
10020 6010 4010 5010 5010

M4
16020 10010 6010 7010 10010 -

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4.1.2 Tools
Use only the specified tools in order to avoid damaging the scanner.

4.1.3 Screws
The screw no. described in the disassembly procedures will be input by next version.

Table 4-2. Tool List


Description (+) Screw Driver (No. 2) (+) Screw Driver (No. 1) Box Driver (Diagonal: 6mm) Box Driver (Diagonal: 5mm) Leveling Tools (3 stages and 1 adjuster as 1 set) Belt tension adjustment tool Availability SE Parts Code 1039140 106329900 (#775) Reference Versatile ditto ditto ditto Same as GT-10000+ Exclusively designed for GT-30000 2 Wave screw SCR4 x 3 Silver 1 Wave screw M4 x 12 Gold No

# # # # % %

Table 4-3. Screw List


Screw Type / Specification Appearance Color

# %

Commercially available. Not commercially available.


3 Wave screw SCR4 x 12 Silver

Binding screw M3 x 10

Silver

IT tapping tite screw M3 x 6

Gold

".igure 7-7. Exploded Diagrams 1" No.90

Silver

Tapping tite S-tite

Black

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No 8 Screw Type / Specification WS sems screw M3 x 8 Appearance Color Gold

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Binding screw M3 x 6

Black

10

".igure 7-10. Exploded Diagrams 4" No.95 ".igure 7-10. Exploded Diagrams 4" No.94 ".igure 7-10. Exploded Diagrams 4" No.93
Sems screw M4 x 8

Silver

11

Silver

12

Silver

13

Gold

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4.2 Disassembly Procedures


This section describes the separate disassembly and removal procedures for each main assembly of the GT-30000. The flow chart in ".igure 4-1. Disassembly Procedure for GT-30000" indicates the various steps involved in disassembly. When disassembling each assembly, you should refer to the page numbers indicated in this figure.
C A U T IO N
Scanner Body Disassembly (See Chapter 4.2.1) Main Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.1.2) AD. Removal (See Chapter 4.2.1.1) Mechanism Cover Removal (See Chapter 4.2.1.3) Scanner Mechanism Disassembly (See Chapter 4.2.2) Scanner Mechanism Removal (See Chapter 4.2.1.4) Panel Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.6) Power Supply assembly Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.1) Cooling .an Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.2) Power Supply Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.3) Glass .rame Assembly Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.5) Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.7) Lamp Cover Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.7.1) Lamp Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.7.2)

! The procedure steps which are enclosed in a

yellow box in ".igure 4-1. Disassembly Procedure for GT-30000" are steps which require the use of a special tool as part of the procedure. Make sure that you read and fully understand the details given in the relevant section of the procedure before carrying out the disassembly operation. ! The procedure steps which are enclosed in a red box in ".igure 4-1. Disassembly Procedure for GT30000" are steps where adjustment is required when re-assembling the relevant assembly after disassembly. Make sure that you read and fully understand the details given in the relevant section of the procedure before making the required adjustment. Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for details on the disassembly procedures for the

C H E C K P O IN T

Inverter Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.7.3) Mechanism internal cover removal Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.8) Relay Circuit Board Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.11) Document Size Sensor Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.10) CR Motor Assembly Removal (See Chapter 4.2.2.9)

AD..

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4.2.1 Scanner Body Disassembly


This section describes procedures for disassembling the major units of the scanner.

4.2.1.2 Main Circuit Board Removal


The main circuit board (PBA-MAIN) of this scanner consists of an independent main circuit board assembly. The main circuit board assembly is designed so that it can be easily removed from the scanner. 1. Remove the three screws (No.6) which are securing the main circuit board assembly at the rear of the scanner, and then remove the main circuit board assembly from the scanner.(See ".igure 4-3. Main Circuit Board Assembly Removal".)
C H E C K P O IN T

4.2.1.1 AD. Removal


1. Disconnect the power supply cable and the AD. connection cable from the scanner. 2. Remove the two screws which are securing the AD. to the rear of the scanner, and then remove the AD.. (Refer to A3 Auto Document .eeders service manual for detail.)

The main circuit board assembly can be removed easily by pulling the two card spacers at the left and right sides of the assembly.

A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

After replacing the main circuit board, you must set the product name, paper detect size and confirm the Home Position of the scanner, by using the special software. (See "Chapter 5.3.3 Using the Name Rewriting Software".)

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C H E C K P O IN T

When re-installing the mechanism cover, the magnetic catch should be installed in the specified position. (See ".igure 4-4. Mechanism Cover Removal".)

Screws (No.2) Magnetic Catch

Screw Caps

Screws (No.1) Screws (No.3)

.igure 4-3. Main Circuit Board Assembly Removal

4.2.1.3 Mechanism Cover Removal


1. Remove the document cover. (See ".igure 4-2. AD. Removal".) 2. Remove the four screw caps. (See ".igure 4-5. Cap Removal".) 3. Remove the nine screws (No.1: 4, No.2: 2, No.3: 2 and No.4: 1) which are securing the mechanism cover to the scanner chassis. (See ".igure 4-4. Mechanism Cover Removal".) 4. Lift the mechanism cover and plate up to remove them. (See ".igure 4-4. Mechanism Cover Removal".) When installing, the magnetic catch screw tightening torque is 10010 Ncm. Screws (No.4)

.igure 4-4. Mechanism Cover Removal

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Screw Cap Cross-section

Insert an object with a sharp tip such as a needle or gimlet into the hole to lever out the cover.

Glass Belt tightening torque 50 10 Ncm

.igure 4-5. Cap Removal

4.2.1.4 Scanner Mechanism Removal


Remove the scanner mechanism from the housing as described below. 1. Remove the scanner mechanism cover. (See "Chapter 4.2.1.3 Mechanism Cover Removal".) 2. Remove the four screws (No.1) which are securing the scanner mechanism to the housing, and then hold the scanner mechanism removal belts to remove the scanner mechanism from the housing.
C H E C K P O IN T

Belt

! When installing the scanner mechanism:

1. Remove the power switch key from the scanner mechanism. 2. Install the scanner mechanism to the housing. 3. Re-attach the power switch key. ! After removing the scanner mechanism, be sure to place it on top of the special tool (leveling tool) while working in order to maintain the rigidity of the product. (See "Chapter 4.2.1.4.1 Using the Leveling Tool".)

.igure 4-6. Scanner Mechanism Removal


The belt tightening torque is 50 10 Ncm.

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1. Remove the Scanner Mechanism. (See ".igure 4-6. Scanner Mechanism Removal".) 2. Place the scanner mechanism onto the stages while referring to ".igure 4-8. Special Tool Position and Adjusting Method". 3. Next, place the adjuster to the right of the front of the scanner mechanism. At this time, the guide on the base (metal section) should be facing toward you. 4. Hold the base of the adjuster with a hand and spin the table until it reaches the bottom of the scanner by its own force. 5. Turn the table manually [2 quarters], which can be measured by 4 divisions on the table and the groove on the base, to push the table up from the position where the table was moved up to by the spin. 6. After adjusting, make sure that each corner of the scanner is securely in contact with the corresponding tool. Stage (Set in the front left, rear right and rear left corners.) Adjuster (Set in the front right corner.)

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Turn the turning table to move the table up and down to adjust height.

.igure 4-8. Special Tool Position and Adjusting Method


Turning Table (with 4 divisions)

Base (with 1 groove)

Stage (3 pieces)

Adjuster

.igure 4-7. Adjusting Tools

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4.2.2 Scanner Mechanism Disassembly


This section describes the removal procedures for the main components of the scanner mechanism.
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4.2.2.2 Cooling .an Removal


1. Disconnect the cooling fan CN1 connector. 2. Remove the two screws (No.10) which are securing the cooling fan to the power supply assembly, and then remove the cooling fan. (See ".igure 4-10. Cooling .an Removal".)
CN1

! A high degree of precision control is required of the

scanner mechanism, and so extremely precise installation and adjustment are carried out during the manufacturing process. Therefore, never disassemble any scanner parts unless specifically instructed to do so in this section of the manual. ! When removing the scanner mechanism from the housing to carry out disassembly, be sure to place the scanner mechanism on top of the leveling tool before disassembling it.

4.2.2.1 Power Supply assembly Removal


1. Remove the four screws (No.5) which are securing the [power supply assembly to the scanner mechanism, and then remove the power supply assembly. (See ".igure 4-9. Power Supply assembly Removal".) 2. Disconnect the power supply assembly CN1 and CN2 connectors (between the power supply assembly and the scanner mechanism).
Screws(No. Screws(No.10) CN1 Screws(No. Screws(No. 5)

.igure 4-10. Cooling .an Removal

4.2.2.3 Power Supply Circuit Board Removal


1. Remove the 11 screws (No.11: 3 and No.12: 8) which are securing the power supply assembly cover, and then remove the cover. (See ".igure 4-11. Power Supply Circuit Board Removal (a)".) 2. Remove the power supply circuit board.

.igure 4-9. Power Supply assembly Removal

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Push the tabs inward to remove Power Switch Cover Power supply board mounting guides

Screws(No. Screws(No.12)

Screws(No. Screws(No. 12)

.igure 4-12. Power Supply Circuit Board Removal (b)

C H E C K P O IN T

! Be careful not to break the tabs when removing the ! When installing the power supply board, make sure ! When installing the power supply board, set the
that the board is fitting securely into the guides. height of the power switch as shown in ".igure 4-13. Power Switch Height" on the following page. power switch cover.

Screws(No. Screws(No. 11)

.igure 4-11. Power Supply Circuit Board Removal (a)

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.use

.igure 4-13. Power Switch Height

4.2.2.4 .use Removal


1. Remove the power supply assembly. (See "Chapter 4.2.2.3 Power Supply Circuit Board Removal".) 2. Remove the fuse. (See ".igure 4-14. .use Removal".)

.igure 4-14. .use Removal

C H E C K P O IN T

! Be careful to avoid static electric discharges when ! When installing and removing the fuse, use tweezers
to avoid damaging other components. removing the fuse, in order to protect the circuits.

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4.2.2.5 Glass .rame Assembly Removal


1. Remove the mechanism cover. ("Chapter 4.2.1.3 Mechanism Cover Removal".) 2. Remove the 12 screws (No.5), and then remove the glass frame assembly. (".igure 4-15. Glass .rame Assembly Removal".)
C A U T IO N

Screws(No. Screws(No.5)

Glass fixing plate

! Place the scanner on a stable, level surface when

removing the glass frame assembly. ! When re-installing the glass frame assembly, be sure to check the installation position thoroughly while referring to "Chapter 4.2.2.5.1 Glass .rame Assembly Installation". (If the glass frame assembly is not installed in the correct position, the document scanning start position will not be correct.)

Screws(No. Screws(No.5)

A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

After re-installing or replacing the glass frame assembly, be sure to adjust the home position of the scanner, by using the special software. (See "Chapter 5.3.4 Home Position Adjustment".)

.igure 4-15. Glass .rame Assembly Removal 4.2.2.5.1 Glass .rame Assembly Installation
After the glass frame assembly has been removed, be sure to follow the procedure given below when re-installing the glass frame assembly. 1. Provisionally place the glass frame assembly on top of the scanner mechanism in the position specified. 2. Determine the installation position while referring to ".igure 4-16. Glass .rame Assembly Positioning". 3. Once the glass frame assembly installation position has been determined, secure it in place by tightening the 12 screws.
C H E C K P O IN T

When installing the glass frame assembly, the glass fixing plate should be installed correctly. (See ".igure 4-16. Glass .rame Assembly Positioning".)

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4.2.2.6 Panel Circuit Board Removal


A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

Once the glass frame assembly has bee removed, you must use calibration software to adjust the glass frame assembly after it is re-installed. (See "Chapter 5.3.4 Home Position Adjustment".)

1. Remove the mechanism cover. ("Chapter 4.2.1.3 Mechanism Cover Removal".) 2. Disconnect connector CN1 from the panel circuit board. 3. Remove the two screws (No.8) which are securing the panel circuit board, and then remove the board. (See ".igure 4-17. Panel Circuit Board Removal".)

CN1

Screws(No. Screws(No.8)

.igure 4-17. Panel Circuit Board Removal


Align the glass frame assembly groove with the mechanism tabs.

4.2.2.7 Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal


This section describes the procedures for removing the lamp and inverter circuit board from the carriage.

.igure 4-16. Glass .rame Assembly Positioning

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1. Remove the glass frame assembly. ("Chapter 4.2.2.5 Glass .rame Assembly Removal".) 2. Remove the two screws (No.7) which are securing the lamp cover, and then remove the lamp cover.

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1. Remove the five screws (No.8) which are securing the inverter circuit board.(See ".igure 4-19. Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal" and ".igure 4-20. Mechanism internal cover Removal") 2. Disconnect the cables from the connectors (CN1 and CN2) on the inverter circuit board, and then remove the board. (See ".igure 4-19. Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal".)

Screws(No. Screws(No.8) CN1

Screws(No. Screws(No.8) CN2

Screws(No. Screws(No.7)

Screws(No. Screws(No.8)

.igure 4-18. Lamp Cover Removal 4.2.2.7.2 Lamp Removal


1. Disconnect the lamp cable from the connector (CN2) on the inverter circuit board. 2. Remove the two screws (No.8) which are securing the lamp, and then remove the lamp. (See ".igure 4-19. Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal".)

.igure 4-19. Lamp and Inverter Circuit Board Removal

4.2.2.8 Mechanism internal cover removal Removal


1. Remove the glass frame assembly. (See ".igure 4.2.2.5. Glass .rame Assembly Removal".) 2. Remove the twelve screws (No.9) which are securing the Mechanism internal cover removal to the scanner chassis. 3. Lift the Mechanism internal cover up to remove it. (See ".igure 4-20. Mechanism internal cover Removal".)

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4.2.2.9 CR Motor Assembly Removal


This section describes the procedures for removing the CR motor assembly which drives the carriage mechanism (mirror/lamp). 1. Remove the lens and CR motor assembly cover. (See "Chapter 4.2.2.8 Mechanism internal cover removal Removal".) Screw (No.9) 2. After disconnecting the CR motor assembly connector CN1, remove the two screws (No.13) and then remove the motor. (See ".igure 4-21. CR Motor Assembly Removal".)

C H E C K P O IN T

After re-installing the CR motor assembly, be sure to adjust the belt tension while referring to "Chapter 4.2.2.9.1 CR Motor Assembly Installation".

A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

When re-installing the CR motor assembly, be sure to adjust the belt tension by referring to "Chapter 5.2 Belt Tension Adjustment".

Screw (No.9)

Carriage movement

4.2.2.9.1 CR Motor Assembly Installation


1. Place the CR motor assembly into the scanner mechanism, and attach the belt.
C H E C K P O IN T

! The belt should be securely attached to the pulleys. ! The CR motor assembly should be correctly
positioned (aligned with the positioning tabs on the scanner mechanism).

.igure 4-20. Mechanism internal cover Removal


2. Apply tension to the belt using the belt tension adjustment tool. (.or details, see "Chapter 5.2 Belt Tension Adjustment".)

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3. Secure the CR motor assembly to the scanner mechanism by tightening the screws. (See ".igure 4-21. CR Motor Assembly Removal".)
A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

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3. Take the document size sensors upward and remove them. (See ".igure 4-22. Document Size Sensor Removal".)

When re-installing the CR motor assembly, be sure to adjust the belt tension by referring to "Chapter 5.2 Belt Tension Adjustment".

C H E C K P O IN T

When installing the document size sensors, make sure that the connectors are connected correctly. (See "Table 4-4 Document Size Sensor and Cable Colors".)

Screws(No.13)

3 2 6 5

CR Motor Assembly Positioning Dowels

1 4

Screws( Screws(No.8)

.igure 4-21. CR Motor Assembly Removal

4.2.2.10 Document Size Sensor Removal


1. Remove the circuit board and sensor cover. (See "Chapter 4.2.2.8 Mechanism internal cover removal Removal".) 2. Remove each of the screws (No. 8) which are securing the document size sensors to the scanner chassis, and then disconnect each of the connectors (CN1) from the document size sensors.
Document Size Sensor 1 Document Size Sensor 2

.igure 4-22. Document Size Sensor Removal Table 4-4. Document Size Sensor and Cable Colors
Blue/Blue/ Blue Blue/ Light Blue/ Light Blue Document Size Sensor 3 Document Size Sensor 4 Blue/Blue/ White White/White/ White Document Size Sensor 3 Document Size Sensor 4 Light Blue/ White/White Light Blue/ Light Blue/ Light Blue

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4.2.2.11 Relay Circuit Board Removal


1. Remove the main circuit board assembly. (See "Chapter 4.2.1.2 Main Circuit Board Removal".) 2. Remove the circuit board and sensor cover. (See "Chapter 4.2.2.8 Mechanism internal cover removal Removal".) 3. Remove the five screws (No.8) which are securing the relay circuit board to the scanner chassis, and then disconnect all connectors (CN1, CN3~CN10, CN13) from the relay circuit board. 4. Lift the relay circuit board up to remove it. (See ".igure 4-23. Relay Circuit Board Removal".) CN13 CN10 CN9

CN4 CN6 CN1

CN3

Screws (No.8)

Carriage movement

CN5

Screws (No.8)

.igure 4-23. Relay Circuit Board Removal

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5.1 Overview
This section describes how to carry out the adjustments which are required for various assemblies and components.
Adjustment Item Belt Tension Products information Rewriting Product Name Paper Size Detect Setting Home Position Product Name Writing Paper Size Detect Setting Home Position Adjustment Home Position Adjustment Conditions Remove or Replace the CR Motor

5.1.1 Adjustment & Special Tool


.ollowing table shows the necessary adjustment and specified tools for the scanner.

Table 5-1. Special Tool List


Tool Name Belt Tension Adjustment Tool Parts Code 1063299-00 (#.775)

Replace the Main Board (In case of the old board is damaged but the information still can be red out) Replace the Main Board (In case of the old board is damaged and the information can not be red out) Remove or replace the Glass .rame Assembly Product Name Rewrite Software -

NOTE: The Product Name Rewriting Software is stored in the CD-ROM which contains the Service Manual.

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3. Check that the flange is between the sections marked "a" (so that the belt tension is within the specified range). 4. Secure the CR motor assembly to the scanner mechanism by tightening the screws. (See ".igure 5-1. CR Motor Assembly Installation".)

5.2 Belt Tension Adjustment


1. Install the CR motor assembly to the scanner mechanism, and fit the belt. (See ".igure 5-1. CR Motor Assembly Installation".)
C H E C K P O IN T

! The belt should be securely on the pulley. ! The CR motor assembly should be in the correct
position (aligned with the dowels of the scanner mechanism).

.lange a Groove Dowels

Screws (No.13)

Pressing

Pin The hole in the CR motor assembly a

The Dowels of The Scanner Mechanism

.igure 5-1. CR Motor Assembly Installation


2. While pressing the section marked A on the belt tension adjustment tool, insert the pin of the belt tension adjustment tool into the hole in the CR motor assembly to align the dowels with the grooves in the belt tension adjustment tool, and then release the section marked "A".

.lange

.igure 5-2. Belt Tension Adjustment Tool Installation

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5.3 Adjustments Using the Special Software


5.3.1 Necessary Tools
" Name of special software:
1) Product Name Rewriting Software 2) Imaging attached by Windows 95/98
C H E C K P O IN T

When starts the program, it may show you by Japanese UI first. It is possible to change it to English mode by clicking "English". See ".igure 5-3. Main Dialog Box Components" for details.

" Operating Environment: Windows 95/98 " Compatible SCSI cards: See "Table 5-2 Pre-checked SCSI Interface
Cards" 1
Remarks .or wide SCSI

Table 5-2. Pre-checked SCSI Interface Cards


Host PC Manufacturer Product name (Model No.) SCSI Card 39160 (ASC-39160) SCSI Card 29160 (ASC-29160) Desktop PC (DOS/V) SCSI Card 2910C (AHA-2910C) SCSI Card 2930U (AHA-2930U) Adaptec SCSI Card 2940AU (AHA-2940AU) SCSI Card 29160N (ASC-29160N) SCSI Card 19160 (ASC-19160) Notebook PC (DOS/V) Slim SCSI 1460-H (APA-1460D) .or normal SCSI

2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

.igure 5-3. Main Dialog Box Components

" Supplementary tool: 1 sheet of A3-sized white cardboard or 2 sheets of


A4-sized white cardboard, 1 steel ruler
1

5.3.2 Overview of the Special Software


The Product Name Rewriting Software is a program which can read out the EEPROM data stored in the scanner and rewrites the specified data onto the EEPROM. It has following detailed functions:
2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

" Read out or write the product name " Read out the life counter (scanning times and AD. paper sheets fed) " Paper size detect setting " Confirm and adjust the Home Position

.igure 5-4. Japanese Main Dialog Box Components

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No. 1 Name Switch of language .unction This button toggles the display language for the dialog box between Japanese and English. Indicates the scanner models which can be selected. The list data can be changed using the Add and Delete buttons. The following four models appear in the initial data list: SCANNER ES-9000H, SCANNER GT-10000, SCANNER ES-6000, SCANNER GT-30000 Used for entering the model name hen adding new models. Click this button to add the new scanner model which appears in the additional model display area to the end of the scanner model selection list. Click this button to delete the currently-selected scanner model from the scanner model selection list. Used for displaying and entering the main scanning correction value. The valid range of data that can be entered is within the range of 0 to 84 (multiples of 4 only). Used for displaying and entering the sub scanning correction value. The valid range of data that can be entered is within the range of 0 to 248 (multiples of 8 only). Click this button to read the EEPROM data and display it on the screen. After writing data, you can read it again to check the written data on-screen. Click this button to close the program. Click this button to write the edited data which is being displayed on-screen into the EEPROM. After writing data, you can read it again to check the written data on-screen. Used for displaying the number of scans. NOTE: Impossible of writing

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No. 12 13 Name 0 Clear (Zero clear) button All Clear button AD. paper feed display area Document detection specifications selection list .unction Click this button to reset the number of scans or the number of pages fed by the AD. to zero. Click this button to reset all data for number of scans, AD. paper feed, main scanning correction value and sub scanning correction value to zero. Shows the number of pages fed by the AD.. NOTE: Impossible of writing Shows the document detection specifications. The two types of specifications available are "B5" and "EXE".

Scanner Model Selection List

14

3 4 5

Additional model display area Add button Delete button Main scanning correction value display area Sub scanning correction value display area

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5.3.3 Using the Name Rewriting Software


5.3.3.1 Starting the Name Rewriting Software
1. Copy the folder of Rewrite Software from the CD-ROM to your local PC. 2. Run the startup file. (Double-click on CmdRW.exe.) 3. When automatic enabling of the device is complete, the EEPROM data will be read and displayed on the screen.
C H E C K P O IN T

8 9 10

Read button End button Write button

If the scanner is not connected, a connection error message will appear. Click OK to end the process.

11

Scanning .requency (times) display area

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4. The current setting data rear from the EEPROM will be displayed in the respective areas.
C A U T IO N

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5.3.3.4 Adding a new scanner model


1. If you would like to add a new scanner model, enter the name of the new scanner model in the additional model display area. 2. After entering the model name, click Add. The new scanner model will then be added to the end of the scanner model selection list. The new scanner model can then be selected in the same way as other scanner models.

! Due to the identity of the program, if you input some

data to any area and click "write" button, the life counter of scanning frequency and AD. paper sheets fed will be reset automatically. Therefore, it is recommended to take a memo before you edit any area. ! Prepare an note to write down each scanners life counter when you service or repair a scanner.

5. The EEPROM data can then be edited.


C H E C K P O IN T

5.3.3.5 Deleting the Selected Scanner Model


1. Select the scanner model that you would like to delete so that the model name appears in the additional model display area. 2. After checking that the selected scanner model is correct, click Delete. 3. The selected scanner model will then be deleted from the scanner model selection list.

Be sure to write the data to the EEPROM after each editing change has been made.

5.3.3.2 Japanese/English Display Select Button


Click this button to toggle the display language for the dialog box between Japanese and English.

5.3.3.6 Resetting the number of scans to zero


1. Click 0 Clear. The 0 Clear confirmation message box will be displayed. 2. To reset the value, click OK. To cancel the operation, click Cancel. The data will only be reset to zero if you click OK.
C A U T IO N

5.3.3.3 Changing the Scanner Model


1. Select the scanner model from the scanner model selection list. 2. Click Write.
C H E C K P O IN T

Note that when the number of scans (cumulative life) is reset to zero, the previous value will not be retained.

Be sure to set the scanner model after replacing the main circuit board.

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5.3.3.7 Resetting the AD. Paper .eed Total


To reset the number of pages fed by the AD. to zero, see "Chapter 5.3.3.6 Resetting the number of scans to zero".
C A U T IO N

5.3.4 Home Position Adjustment


Check the home position and adjust it if necessary so that no overrun*1 occurs. (See ".igure 5-6. Document Platen Home Position".)
C H E C K P O IN T
*1

Note that when the number of AD. pages fed (cumulative life) is reset to zero, the previous value will not be retained.

In this manual, "overrun" refers to cases where the edge panels are included as part of the scanned image.

5.3.3.8 Resetting all data values to zero


1. If you would like to reset all setting values (other than the scanner model and the document detection specifications) to zero, click All Clear. The All Clear confirmation message box will be displayed. 2. To reset all values to zero, click OK. To cancel the operation, click Cancel. The data will only be reset to zero if you click OK.

Home Position

Home Position

Edge panel (main scanning direction)

5.3.3.9 Document Detection Specifications


The document detection specifications can be set to either "B5" or "EXE". "B5" is the factory default setting for the Japanese and European markets, and "EXE" is the factory default setting for the American market. Edge panel (sub scanning direction) Scanner

5.3.3.10 Closing the Program


All processes will be stopped and the display will return to the main screen. Computer Screen

.igure 5-5. Screen and Scanner Orientation

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Edge Panel
C H E C K P O IN T

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1.0mm

Main Scanning Direction

When adjusting the home position, note that the home positions are different for the computer screen and for the document platen of the scanner. (See ".igure 5-5. Screen and Scanner Orientation".)

A
A D J U S T M E N T R E Q U IR E D

After carrying out the operations associated with removing the glass frame assembly, be sure to check that no overrun occurs, and make adjustments if necessary.

Edge Panel 432mm

5.3.4.1 Home Position Checking


5.3.4.1.1 Check the home position in the main scanning direction
1. Place a sheet of white paper (one sheet of A3 paper or two sheets of A4 paper) and a ruler onto the document platen so that they are against the sub scanning edge panel. 2. Set the scanning area in the preview screen. (See ".igure 5-7. Checking the Main Scanning Correction Value". 3. Scan the image at 600 dpi and as a 24-bit color image.
Sub-scanning adjustment range

Document platen home position Main Scanning Direction: 0mm Sub Scanning Direction: 0mm The home position should be within this range

.actory default home position Main Scanning Direction: 0.5mm Sub Scanning Direction: 0.5mm

Enlarged A

Main scanning adjustment range

C H E C K P O IN T

Use the Imaging software which is bundled with Windows 95/98 as the scanning application.

.igure 5-6. Document Platen Home Position

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1. Place a sheet of white paper (one sheet of A3 paper or two sheets of A4 paper) and a ruler onto the document platen so that they are against the main scanning edge panel. 2. Set the scanning area in the preview screen. (See ".igure 5-8. Checking the Sub Scanning Correction Value". 3. Scan the image at 600 dpi and as a 24-bit color image. [Example] Edge panel is included in the scan (adjustment required).
C H E C K P O IN T

Set the maximum area About 2~3 cm Set so that there is no gap

Use the Imaging software which is bundled with Windows 95/98 as the scanning application.

Ruler part of scanned image About 2~3 cm

[Example] Ruler part of the scanned image is truncated by more than 1 mm (adjustment required).

.igure 5-7. Checking the Main Scanning Correction Value


4. Enlarge the scanned image on the screen to check the image. If the edge panels are included in the image, or if the ruler part of the scanned image is truncated by more than 1 mm, adjust the main scanning correction value. (See "Chapter 5.3.4.2 Main Scanning Correction Value Adjustment".)

Set the maximum area

Set so that there is no gap Ruler part of scanned image

.igure 5-8. Checking the Sub Scanning Correction Value


4. Enlarge the scanned image on the screen to check the image. If the edge panels are included in the image, or if the ruler part of the scanned image is truncated by more than 1 mm, adjust the sub scanning correction value. (See "Chapter 5.3.4.3 Sub Scanning Correction Value Adjustment".)

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5.3.4.2 Main Scanning Correction Value Adjustment


1. Click the Read button to read the scanner information. 2. Enter a value which is greater or less than the current value by a multiple of 4 (the adjustment unit is 4 pixels [approx. 0.17 mm]).

5.3.4.3 Sub Scanning Correction Value Adjustment


1. Click the Read button to read the scanner information. 2. Enter a value which is greater or less than the current value by a multiple of 8 (the adjustment unit is 2 pixels [approx. 0.1 mm]).

! If overrun has occurred, increase the value. ! If the ruler part has been truncated by more than 1 mm, reduce the
value. .or details, see "Table 5-4 Main Scanning Direction Adjustment".

! If overrun has occurred, increase the value. ! If the ruler part has been truncated by more than 1 mm, reduce the
value. .or details, see "Table 5-5 Sub Scanning Direction Adjustment".

Table 5-4. Main Scanning Direction Adjustment


Pixels adjusted 1^4 5^8 9 ^12

Table 5-5. Sub Scanning Direction Adjustment


Pixels adjusted 1 or 2 3 or 4 5 or 6

Variation factor 4 8 12

Variation factor 8 16 24

21^24

24

11 or 12

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! The valid range of data that can be entered is within the range of 0 to
84. (See "Table 5-9 Main Scanning Direction Adjustment Range".)
0 4 8 12 16 76 80 84

! The valid range of data that can be entered is within the range of 248
to 128 and 0 to 120. (See "Table 5-10 Sub Scanning Direction Adjustment Range".)
0 or 144 136 128

248 240 232

16

24

32

106 112 120

.igure 5-9. Main Scanning Direction Adjustment Range .igure 5-10. Sub Scanning Direction Adjustment Range

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6.1 OVERVIEW
This chapter provides information necessary to keep the scanner function in optimum condition constantly and to prevent troubles.

6.1.2 Lubrication
This scanner needs no lubrication at the level of service specified in the service manual.

6.1.1 Cleaning
Perform cleaning when stain is noticeable. Stain on the document glass, particularly, has direct effect on scanned image. Therefore, be sure to clean the glass well to remove stain thoroughly.
C A U T IO N

Never apply any organic solvent such as thinner and benzine, since these may deteriorate plastic and rubber parts.

" Outer cases


Wipe stain off with a clean cloth which is moistened with water and then squeezed tightly. To remove severe stain, use neutral detergent.

" Document glass


Remove dust and paper debris with a dry clean cloth. If stain is severe or foreign matter is stuck, use a cloth absorbed with neutral detergent. If trace is left, wipe it off well with a dry, clean cloth again.
C A U T IO N

If you need to clean the reverse side of the glass, be sure to remove the glass using the specified adjusting tools.

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Revision A Table 7-1. Connector Summary (continued)


Board PBALAMP POWER SUPPLY CN No. CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2 .unction .or connection with PBA-CONNECT Board .or connection with POWER SUPPLY Board .or connection with PBA-LAMP Board .or connection with the lamp Ref. Table 7-7 on page 74 Table 7-15 on page 77 Table 7-15 on page 77 -

7.1 Connector Pin Assignment


Connectors used on the electrical circuit boards are summarized in the table below.

7.1.1 Connector Summary


Table 7-1. Connector Summary
Board CN No. CN1 CN2 PBA-MAIN CN3 CN4 CN5 CN1 CN3 CN4 CN5 CN6 PBACONNECT CN7 CN8 CN9 CN10 CN11 CN1 PWSPOWER CN2 CN3 .unction .or connection with Wide SCSI I/. .or connection with Normal SCSI I/. .or connection with AD./TPU Option .or connection with PBA-CONNECT Board .or connection to PBA-LAMP Board .or connection to the motor .or connection to Open Sensor .or connection to PWS-POWER .or connection to PWB-PANEL .or connection to PWB-MAIN Connector for optional IEEE 1394 I/. board .or connection to document size sensors .or connection to document size sensors .or connection with AC inlet Power supply line for PBA-MAIN Board Power supply line for fan Ref. Table 7-2 on page 69 Table 7-3 on page 70 Table 7-4 on page 71 Table 7-5 on page 71 Table 7-6 on page 73 Table 7-7 on page 74 Table 7-8 on page 74 Table 7-9 on page 74 Table 7-10 on page 74 Table 7-5 on page 71 Table 7-11 on page 75 Table 7-12 on page 76 Table 7-13 on page 76 Table 7-14 on page 76 Table 7-9 on page 74 -

CN13 .or connection to PBA-CCD Board

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POWER SUPPLY BOARD CN1 CN2 PBALAMP BOARD CN1 CN1 PBACCD BOARD CN1 CN13 PBAPANEL BOARD CN1 CN6 CN9 CN10 CN4 CN3
DOCUMENT DOCUMENT SIZE SIZE SENSOR x 3 SENSOR x 3

PBA-MAIN - SCSI 68 PIN I/. (CN2)


LAMP
PIN No. 1 2 3
OPEN SENSOR

Table 7-2.
Signal Name SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND TRMPWR TRMPWR N.C. SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND TRMPWR PIN No. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 60 Signal Name SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND *DB12 *DB13 *DB14 *DB15 *DBPH *DB0 *DB1 *DB2 *DB3 *DB4 *DB5 *DB6 *DB7 *DBPL SGND SGND *MSG

MOTOR

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 51

PBA-CONNECT BOARD CN7 CN8 IEEE1394 I/. PBA-MAIN BOARD SW1 SCSI TERM SW SW3 SCSI W/N SW SW2 CN3 CN2 CN4 AD. I/. CN5 CN2 PWSPOWER BOARD CN1 AC Input

CN5

SCSI SCSI SCSI ID SW NARROW WIDE I/. I/.

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PIN No. 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Signal Name TRMPWR N.C. SGND *ATN SGND *BSY *ACK *RST PIN No. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Signal Name *SEL *C/D *REQ *I/O *DB8 *DB9 *DB10 *DB11 PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND N.C. N.C. N.C. SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND

Revision A PBA-MAIN - SCSI 50 PIN I/. (CN3) Table 7-3.


Signal Name PIN No. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Signal Name *DB0 *DB1 *DB2 *DB3 *DB4 *DB5 *DB6 *DB7 *DBP SGND SGND N.C. TRMPWR N.C. SGND *ATN SGND *BSY *ACK *RST *MSG *SEL *C/D *REQ *I/O

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 PBA-MAIN - AD. I/. (CN4) Table 7-4.
PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal Name OP1 OP2 N.C. N.C. N.C. +5V GND +24V N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. +5V GND +24V +24V GND +5V +5V +24V RXD *RXD TXD *TXD DSR DTR .unction AD. detection AD. detection Not used Not used Not used Power supply (+5V) AD. GND Power supply (+24V) Not used Not used Not used Not used Power supply (+5V) AD. GND Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) AD. GND Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+24V) AD. data reception AD. data reception AD. data transmission AD. data transmission AD. data reception AD. data transmission PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Signal Name +24V +24V PGND PGND PGND PGND SGND ENSON SGND /DREXT /SYSRES SGND D6 D4 D2 D0 SGND /WR /CS /DAI. SGND DM14 DM12 DM10 DM8 SGND DM6 DM4

Revision A PBA-MAIN - PBA-CONNECT (CN5) Table 7-5.


.unction Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) Power supply GND Power supply GND Power supply GND Power supply GND Signal GND Energy Star mode control Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus

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PIN No. 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Signal Name DM2 DM0 SGND +3.3V +3.3V +5V +5V LAMP SGND SCAN_SW OPEN SGND SIZE4 SIZE2 SIZE0 SGND 2PMRE. M2 MCWB MEN SGND
1

Revision A Table 7-5.


.unction PIN No. 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 Signal Name AGND Geven AGND Beven AGND A+12V A+12V .G .G +24V +24V PGND PGND SGND LOCK SGND /RDREQ /INTEXT SGND D7 D5 D3 D1 SGND ADR /RD /WREXT SGND DM15 DM13 .unction Analog GND CCD data (green, even) Analog GND CCD data (blue, even) Analog GND Power supply (+12V) Power supply (+12V) .rame GND .rame GND Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) Power GND Power GND Signal GND Power supply fan lock Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus

Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Power supply (+3.3V) Power supply (+3.3V) Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+5V) Lamp ON/O.. control Signal GND START SWITCH Cover position sensor Signal GND Document size sensor 4 Document size sensor 2 Document size sensor 0 Signal GND Motor current control Motor driver energizing method control Motor operating direction control Motor driver operation enable Signal GND CCD driver Signal GND CCD driver Signal GND CCD driver Signal GND Power supply (+5V) Analog GND CCD data (red, even)

SGND
TG

SGND
CLB

SGND +5V AGND Reven

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PIN No. 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 Signal Name DM11 DM9 SGND DM7 DM5 DM3 DM1 SGND SGND +3.3V +5V +5V SPWR READY ERROR HPS SGND SIZE5 SIZE3 SIZE1 SGND M1 MRST MCLK M3 SGND SGND SGND
2

Revision A Table 7-5.


.unction PIN No. 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 Signal Name
RB

.unction CCD driver Signal GND Power supply (+5V) Analog GND CCD output (red, odd) Analog GND CCD output (green, odd) Analog GND CCD output (blue, odd) Analog GND .rame GND .rame GND

Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Signal GND Power supply (+3.3V) Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+5V) Not used READY LED ERROR LED HP Sensor Signal GND Document size sensor 2 Document size sensor 3 Document size sensor 6 Signal GND Motor driver energizing method control Motor driver reset Motor driver clock Motor driver energizing method control Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND CCD driver Signal GND

SGND +5V AGND Rodd AGND Godd AGND Bodd AGND .G .G

PBA-CONNECT - PBA-LAMP (CN1) Table 7-6.


PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Signal Name .G PGND PGND PGND LAMP +24V +24V +24V .G .unction .rame GND Power GND Power GND Power GND Lamp ON/O.. control Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) .rame GND

SGND

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 PBA-CONNECT - MOTOR (CN3) Table 7-7.
PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal Name +24V +24V A *A B *B .unction Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) A phase driver *A phase driver B phase driver *B phase driver PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name LOCK ENSON GND +3.3V GND +5V GND +12V GND +24V

Revision A PBA-CONNECT - PWS-POWER (CN5) Table 7-9.


.unction Power supply fan lock Energy Star mode control GND Power supply (+3.3V) GND Power supply (+5V) GND Power supply (+12V) GND Power supply (+24V)

PBA-CONNECT - COVER POSITION SENSOR (CN4) Table 7-8.


PIN No. 1 2 3 Signal Name SGND OPEN +5V .unction Signal GND Cover position sensor Power supply (+5V)

9 10

PBA-CONNECT - PBA-PANEL (CN6) Table 7-10.


PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name +5V HPS SGND READY SCAN_SW SGND ERROR +5V .unction Power supply (+5V) HP sensor Signal GND READY LED START SWITCH Signal GND ERROR LED Power supply (+5V)

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 PBA-CONNECT - CONNECTOR .OR OPTIONAL IEEE 1394 I/. (CN8) Table 7-11.
PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Signal Name GND DM0 DM2 DM4 DM6 GND DM8 DM10 DM12 DM14 GND DAI. /CS /WR /SYSRES GND D0 D2 D4 D6 GND /DREXT /RDREQ +5V +5V GND DM1 DM3 .unction Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+5V) Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus

Revision A Table 7-11.


PIN No. 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Signal Name DM5 DM7 GND DM9 DM11 DM13 DM15 GND /WREXT /RD ADR N.C. GND D1 D3 D5 D7 GND /INTEXT +24V +5V +5V .unction Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Expansion I/. control Not used Signal GND Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Expansion I/. data bus Signal GND Expansion I/. control Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+5V) Power supply (+5V)

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A3 Size Color .lat Bed Scanner GT-30000 PBA-CONNECT - DOCUMENT SIZE SENSOR (CN9) Table 7-12.
PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Signal Name SGND +5V SIZE4 SGND +5V SIZE6 SGND +5V SIZE5 .unction Document size sensor 4 GND Document size sensor 4 power supply Document size sensor 4 Document size sensor 6 GND Document size sensor 6 power supply Document size sensor 6 Document size sensor 5 GND Document size sensor 5 power supply Document size sensor 5 PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Signal Name A+12V AGND Beven Bodd Geven Godd Reven Rodd SGND +5V GND
CLB RB TG 2 1

Revision A PBA-CONNECT - PBA-CCD (CN13) Table 7-14.


.unction Power supply (+12V) Analog GND CCD output (blue, even) CCD output (blue, odd) CCD output (green, even) CCD output (green, odd) CCD output (red, even) CCD output (red, odd) Signal GND Power supply (+5V) Signal GND CCD driver CCD driver CCD driver CCD driver CCD driver Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Signal GND Power supply (+5V) Signal GND Analog GND Analog GND

PBA-CONNECT - DOCUMENT SIZE SENSOR (CN10) Table 7-13.


PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal Name SGND +5V SIZE2 SGND +5V SIZE1 SGND +5V SIZE3 N.C. .unction Document size sensor 2 GND Document size sensor 2 power supply Document size sensor 2 Document size sensor 1 GND Document size sensor 1 power supply Document size sensor 1 Document size sensor 3 GND Document size sensor 3 power supply Document size sensor 3 Not used

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND SGND +5V SGND AGND AGND

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PIN No. 29 30 31 32 33 34 Signal Name AGND AGND AGND AGND AGND A+12V .unction Analog GND Analog GND Analog GND Analog GND Analog GND Power supply (+12V)

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PBA-LAMP - B106INV (CN2) Table 7-15.


PIN No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Signal Name PGND PGND PGND PGND LAMP +24V +24V +24V +24V .unction Power GND Power GND Power GND Power GND Lamp ON/O.. control Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V) Power supply (+24V)

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7.2 Circuit Board Component Layout

.igure 7-2. PBA-MAIN Component Layout

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.igure 7-3. PBA-CONNECT Component Layout

.igure 7-4. PWS-POWER Component Layout

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.igure 7-5. PBA-CCD Component Layout

.igure 7-6. PBA-PANEL Component Layout

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7.3 Circuit Diagram


Circuit diagrams of GT-30000 are shown as the following pages.

" PBA-MAIN BOARD (1/3) " PBA-MAIN BOARD (2/3) " PBA-MAIN BOARD (3/3) " PWS-POWER BOARD " PBA-CONNECT BOARD

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Model: ES-9000H / GT-30000 Board: PBA-MAIN Rev.1 Sheet: 1/3

Model: ES-9000H / GT-30000 Board: PBA- MAIN Rev. 1 Sheet: 2/3

Model: ES-9000H / GT-30000 Board: PBA-MAIN Rev. 1 Sheet: 3/3

Model: ES-9000H / GT-30000 Board: PWS-POWER Rev.A Sheet: 1/1

Model: ES-9000H / GT-30000 Board: PBA-Connect Rev. 1 Sheet: 1/1

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7.4 Exploded Diagrams


The exploded diagrams are shown below

.igure 7-7. Exploded Diagrams 1

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.igure 7-8. Exploded Diagrams 2

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.igure 7-9. Exploded Diagrams 3

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.igure 7-10. Exploded Diagrams 4

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.igure 7-11. Exploded Diagrams 5

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Revision A Table 7-16. Major ASP List


Drawing No. Name GUIDE-HINGE-L-SUB GUIDE-..C BKR-PCB-HP Tapping tite S-tite .ILM-CRG1 SHEET-BKT-COVER-PCB EY-3A-1081 ASM-INLET ASM-PANEL ASM-SIZE1 ASM-SIZE2 ASM-PWR ASM-OPEN PWS-PXZ26014-D LMP-UX.L-10W37P PBA-LAMP ASSY-..C2 ASSY-..C1 ASSY-MOTOR-UNIT ASSY-MAIN-NO-ROM ASSY-ROM PWS-POWER UAMS-05-2 PBA-CONNECT PBA-PANEL ASSY-PS M4X12 Wave screw SCR4X12 Wave screw Binding screw M3X10 PLT-MAGNET

7.5 ASP List


Table 7-16. Major ASP List
Drawing No. 1 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 WS sems screw M4X8 IT tapping tite screw M3X6 POWER-SW-CAP MIRROR-SL Pan screw M4X10 GUIDE-WH-CRG-1 COVER-INV GUIDE-WH-CRG-2 SHEET-COVER-M ASSY-.RAME-UPPER SPL-GLASS-B CAP COVER-OPTION ASSY-SELECT-PAPER-X ASSY-COVER-LOWER LEG-16X16X3.2 ASSY-CVR-UPPER-SUB GUIDE-OPTICAL SW-SCANNER SPC-SCANNER-SW GUIDE-SW-SCANNER PLT-AD.-5 PLT-AD.-1 GUIDE-HINGE-R GUIDE-HINGE-L GUIDE-HINGE-L-PIN Spring pin 2X8 SPC-GUIDE Name

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63

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Drawing No. 64 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 73 74 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 SCR-040030 .AN-109P0424H7D17 Binding screw M3X6 ASSY-CORE-CRG1 ASSY-CORE-.RAME LOGOPLATE WS sems screw M3X8 BAND-STOPPER Washer WS sems screw M3X12 Name

Revision A

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