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CONFIDENTIAL

Trainers Reference for iR5000/6000


(E82/E72 Lite)
Date: June, 2000

The Trainers Reference is prepared as a source of reference for Sales Companies to help prepare for training on a new product.

Use of this reference should be strictly supervised.

CONTENTS

Chapter 1 Outline of the Product


External View .........................................................................................................1-1 Features .................................................................................................................1-2 Outline of the Product .............................................................................................1-4 Features in Service ................................................................................................1-5 General Specifications ...........................................................................................1-7 Additional Functions ...............................................................................................1-9 Types of Accessories ........................................................................................... 1-13

Chapter 2 Outline of New Functions


System Construction ..............................................................................................2-1 Outline of Electrical Circuitry ..................................................................................2-3 Image Processing by the Main Controller ............................................................ 2-15 Controlling the Power Supply for the Main Controller ..........................................2-20 Original Exposure System .................................................................................... 2-25 Identifying the Size ...............................................................................................2-26 Image Processing in the Reader Unit ...................................................................2-30 Laser Exposure System .......................................................................................2-33 Image Formation ..................................................................................................2-36 Pickup/Feed System ............................................................................................2-44 Fixing System .......................................................................................................2-48 Soft Counters .......................................................................................................2-50

Chapter 3 Maintenance and Inspection


Maintenance and Inspection ..................................................................................3-1 Soft Counters .........................................................................................................3-6 Downloading .........................................................................................................3-10

Chapter 4 Accessories
DADF-D1................................................................................................................. 4-1 Finisher-F1/Saddle Finisher-F2 ............................................................................. 4-21

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Chapter 1 Outline of the Product

Trainer's Reference External View


1. External View of the E82/E72

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Finisher Copy tray Shift tray

[4] [5]

E82/E72 (for both, ADF comes as standard) Side paper deck

Figure 1-101

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Trainer's Reference Features

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[43] [42] [41] [21] [22] [23] [24] [40] [39] [38] [25] [26] [27] [37] [28] [29] [30] [31] [36] [32] [33] [34] [35]

Figure 1-102 Cross Section of the E82/E72

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Trainer's Reference Features


[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] ADF reading glass No. 1 mirror Scanning lamp Copyboard glass Feed assembly Fixing web Feeding assembly Laser mirror 3 [24] Separation charging assembly [25] Right deck feed roller [26] Right deck separation roller [27] Right deck pickup roller [28] Right deck [29] Cassette 3 pickup roller [30] Cassette 3 feed roller [31] Cassette 3 separation roller [32] Cassette 4 pickup roller [33] Cassette 4 feed roller [34] Cassette 4 separation roller [35] Cassette 4 [36] Cassette 3 [37] Left deck [38] Left deck separation roller [39] Left deck feed roller [40] Left deck pickup roller [41] Fixing lower roller [42] Internal delivery roller [43] External delivery roller [44] Fixing upper roller [45] No. 3 mirror [46] No. 2 mirror

[9] Laser mirror 2 [10] Laser mirror 1 [11] Drum cleaner assembly [12] Primary charging assembly [13] Photosensitive drum [14] Laser mirror 4 [15] CCD unit [16] Laser unit [17] Developing cylinder [18] Pre-transfer charging assembly [19] Manual forwarding roller [20] Manual feed roller [21] Manual separation roller [22] Registration roller [23] Transfer charging assembly

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Trainer's Reference Outline of the Product


1. Background of the Product a. Market Environment The black-and-white digital copier market is expanding rapidly led by 15- to 30-cpm machines. The competition have started to shift their efforts to 40- to 65-cpm machines, introducing a full line of machines and realizing reduced cost with the aim of replacing analog machines (e.g., NP6050). In addition, most companies are making efforts in the field of networking, and a shift from CV to PV is becoming conspicuous in keeping with a shift to high-speed machines. b. Objectives To introduce a full line of digital machines by brining in a 60-cpm machine with schedule/cost and the moves of the competition in mind. To bring in a machine with a competitive edge in terms of cost performance, serving as an office printer. To bring in a machine capable of accommodating various scanner/ printer combinations based on a standardized interface. To enable separation of a scanner and a printer (IP-STD model only) while at the same time to enable the integration of various types of scanners and printers. 2. Features High speed: 50 cpm (E82), 60 cpm (E72) High image quality: read resolution of 600 600 dpi, print resolution of 1200 (equivalent) 600 dpi Hard disk: comes as standard (6.4 GB), enabling electronic sorting Paper source: large-capacity holding as many as 7,650 sheets of paper 3. Estimated Life of the Product 3,000,000 sheets or 5 yr. 4. Recommended Copy/Print Volume 30,000 to 50,000 sheets/month 5. Types of Chemical Products 1. Photosensitive Drum A new type of drum specially designed for digital machines is used (A-Si/ 80-dia.); it has an estimated life of 3,000,000 sheets. 2. Toner It is used in common with the NP6050 (1.65 kg/bottle); it is capable of processing 30,000 sheets (6% line originals; 0.055 g/A4).

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Trainer's Reference Features in Service


1. Integrated Controller The controller unit governing the entire system is integrated to the back of the machine, facilitating replacement work.

Figure 1-103 Controller Unit

When a high-frequency voltage is applied across terminals of a xenon lamp, electric discharge occurs within the xenon gas, causing the fluorescent material inside the lamp to emit light.

2. Use of a Xenon Lamp A xenon lamp does not have a filament, in principle making it free of breakage caused by vibration and, ultimately, offering a long life.

Figure 1-104 Scanning Lamp

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Trainer's Reference Features in Service


3. Pickup Mechanism for the Cassette/Front Paper Deck The machine's pickup mechanism for the cassette/paper deck is from the GP605 so that individuals having experience with the GP605 can easily replace the feed roller and separation roller.

Figure 1-105 Cassette/Front Deck

4. Construction of the Process Unit The construction of the process unit consisting of the photosensitive drum, primary charging assembly, and cleaner is more or less the same as that of the NP6050 so that individuals having experience with the NP6050 can easily service the parts associated with the process unit.

Figure 1-106 Process Unit

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Trainer's Reference General Specifications


1. Type Body Copyboard Light source Lens Photosensitive medium Console Fixed Xenon lamp Lens array (fixed focal point; F3.7) Amorphous silicon drum (80-dia.)

2. Mechanisms Reproduction Charging Exposure Copy density adjustment Development Pickup Indirect electrostatic reproduction Corona Laser Auto or manual Dry, single-component toner projection Front paper deck (2 cassettes, auto) Front cassette (2 cassettes; auto) Manual tray (about 50 sheets of 80 g/m 2) Corona Corona (static separation) Blade Heat roller 230 V: 600 W (main) + 600 W (sub)

Transfer Separation Cleaning Fixing

3. Functions Read resolution Print resolution Copying speed 600 600 dpi 1200 (equivalent) 600 dpi E72: 60 cpm (A4/LTR, 1-on-N, from cassette/ deck) E82: 50 cpm (A4/LTR, 1-on-N, from cassette/ deck) Image margin Leading edge: 4.0 +1.5, -1.0 mm (4.5 8 mm)*1 Trailing edge: 2.0 1.5 mm (2.0 1.8 mm)*1 Left/right: 2.5 1.5 mm (2.5 2.0 mm)*1 *1: The value in parentheses indicate when the Cassette ADF is in use. Universal cassette*2: A3, B4, A4, B5, A5R, A4R, B5R, 279.4431.8 mm (1117), LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT (vertical feeding) *2:In the case of cassette 4 of the 230-V model, fixed to a single size. Capacity: 550 sheets (approx.; 80 g/m2)

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Trainer's Reference General Specifications


Manual feed tray A3, B4, A4, B5, A5R, A4R, B5R, 27.94431.8 mm (1117), LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT (vertical feeding) Delivery tray Hard disk capacity: Capacity: 50 sheets (approx.; 80 g/m2) Capacity: 250 sheets (approx.; 80 g/m2 equivalent) 6.4 GB

4. Others Operating environment Temperature: 15 to 30C Humidity: 5% 80% Atmospheric pressure:810.6 to 1013.3 hpa (0.8 to 1.0 atm) Power consumption E72: E82: 1.5 KW max. 1.5 KW max.

Noise

In Standby E72: W E82: W During copying, E72: 78 dB max., E82: 71 dB max. In standby, E72: 55 dB max., E82: 50 dB max. (sound power level, impulse mode)

Ozone Dimensions (mm) Weight

0.05 ppm or less (after 250,000 sheets) mm (W) mm (D) mm (H) 200 kg (approx.)

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Trainer's Reference Additional Functions


1. Extension Mode Mode Two-Page Separation Description Copies both left and right pages (as of an open book) on separate sheets in a single operation. Inserts a sheet between transparencies when copies are made on transparencies. Reproduces an original by moving the entire image to the center or a corner. Prints a front/back cover and interleaves on paper different from paper used for the body. Different Size Originals Accepts originals of mixed sizes (different in breadthwise dimension or different sizes) to print on appropriate sheet sizes. Creates a margin on the side of copies. Erases frame images or hole images of the original from copies. Prints 2, 4, or 8 originals on a single sheet of paper by automatically reducing them. Reproduces a single original on sheets of a selected size by automatically enlarging them by 200% or 400%. Nega/Posi Sharpness Mode Memory Recall Booklet Reproduces an original by reversing its black and white areas. Reproduces an original by increasing its contrast (black and white). Stores or retrieves a copying mode. Recalls up to three most recently stored copying modes for printing. Reproduces single- or double-sided originals so that the prints will be in the form of a book when folded. Prints a single image a specific number of times vertically/horizontally. Prints an image as it is reflected in a mirror. Reproduces originals placed at intervals in a single session. Reproduces an original of extra length (needs settings in service mode).

Transparency Interleaving Shift Cover/Sheet Insertion

Margin Frame Erase Image Combination Image Separation

Image Repeat Mirror Image Job Build Extra-Length Mode

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Trainer's Reference Additional Functions


2. User Mode
COMMON SETTINGS INITIAL FUNCTION AUTO CLEAR SETTING AUDIBLE TONES INCH ENTRY DRAWER ELIGIBILITY FOR APS/ADS STORE PAPER TYPE Use it to select either Copy*, Box, or Other. Use it to select either Return* or Do Not Return. Use it to turn on/off the buzzer. (input sound, warning, job end; for each, on*/off) Use it to select or de-select inch input. (on/off*; however, if USA, off) Use it to select Auto Select for each cassette; for the copier and the printer. (for manual feed, on/off*; for each cassette, on*/off) Use it to register a paper type for the front paper deck, each cassette, or side paper deck. (plain paper*, letterhead, thick paper, colored paper) Use it to change the level of power save mode. (-10%*, -25%, -50%, no return time) Use it to specify distinction between LTRR and STMT. (manual*, LTRR, STMT) Use it to select a function for the finisher tray. (tray A: copier*, printer, other; tray B: copier, printer*, other) Use it to set priority of printing. (copier*, printer, other) Use it to specify storage of standard mode for manual feed paper. (yes, no*). Use it to set standard mode for local printing. (paper select, quantity, sort, double-sided printing, delete file after printing, delete file) Use it to initialize common settings to factory settings. (yes, no)

ENERGY SAVER MODE LTRR/STMT ORIGINAL SELECTION TRAY DESIGNATION PRINTING PRIORITY MANUAL PAPER STANDARD SETTINGS LOCAL PRINT STANDARD MODE INITIALIZE COMMON SETTING

*: At time of shipment.

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Trainer's Reference Additional Functions


COPY SETTINGS STANDARD KEY 1/2 SETTINGS AUTO ORIENTATION AUTO COLLATE JOB DURATION DISPLAY IMAGE ORIENTATION PRIORITY PHOTO MODE MANUAL FEED PAPER STANDARD MODE REGISTRATION STANDARD SETTINGS INITIALIZE COPY SETTING Use it to register a preference key to be displayed on the Basic screen; use each mode key on the Extension Mode screen and each memory key in mode memory. Use it to automatically rotate an image by computation of original size and reproduction ratio to copy it on a selected sheet. (on*, off) Use it to switch to sort mode upon placement of originals in the feeder. (on*, off) Use it to specify whether copy wait time should be displayed. (on, off*) Use it to select priority on image orientation. (on, off*) Use it to select film photo mode. (on, off*) Use it to register manual feed paper standard mode. (yes, no*) Use it to change the copying mode registered as standard. (register, initialize) Use it to initialize the copier settings to factory settings. (yes, no)

TIMER SETTING

DATE/TIME SETTINGS CHANGE AUTO SLEEP TIME CHANGE AUTO CLEAR TIME LOW POWER MODE TIME

Use it to set the current date and time. Use it to turn off the control panel power switch to start sleep state at the end of operation. (0, 30 min; 1*, 2 to 24 hr) Use it to set the time after which the touch panel display returns to the Basic screen at the end of operation. (0, 1, 2* through 9 min) Use it to set the time after which a shift is made to low power mode at the end of operation. (0, 10, 15*, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 90 min; 2 to 4 hr) Use it to set the time after which silent mode is started at the end of operation. (0, 1* to 9 min) Use it to set the time at which the control panel power switch turns off automatically on a weekly basis. (every day from Sunday to Saturday; 00:00 to 23:59; 1-min interval)

TIME UNTIL UNIT QUIETS DOWN DAILY TIMER SETTING

CLEANING/ ADJUSTMENT

ZOOM FINE ADJUSTMENT

Use it to make fine-adjustments when a small discrepancy occurs in size between original and copy for vertical and horizontal ratios. (-1.0% to +1.0%; 0.1% interval) Use it to remove dirt from the pickup roller assembly by setting paper and moving it in the ADF. Use it to clean the charging wires. Use it to edge out the staple band in the middle binder unit. Use it to adjust the middle position adjustment. (-2.0 to 0.0% to +2.0 mm; 0.1-mm intervals)

FEEDER CLEANING WIRE CLEANING SADDLE STITCH STAPLE REPOSITIONING SADDLE STITCH POSITION ADJUSTMENT

*: Factory setting.
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Trainer's Reference Additional Functions


MAIL BOX SETTINGS BOX SET/STORE STANDARD SCAN SETTINGS Use it to register/set a box. (up to 100 boxes; box selection, ID number, file storage period, name, box initialize) Use it to change the standard mode used for read settings. (register/ initialize)

REPORT SETTING

USER MODE SETTING

Use it to print out the user mode settings.

SYSTEM SETTING

ADMINISTRATOR INFO SETTING

Use it to register system control information. (control ID register, ID number set, administrator name register, administrator mail address register, administrator contact address register, administrator comment register) Use it to register the name of a device and its location. Use it to select or de-select group ID control, register an ID number, and set count control. Use it to make settings for TCP/IP, NetWare, AppleTalk, and Ethernet drivers. Use it to specify the use of a remote user interface. (use*, do not use)

MACHINE INFO SETTING DEPARTMENT ID MANAGEMENT NETWORK INITIALIZATION REMOTE UI SETTING (ACCESSORY SUPPORT)

*: Factory setting.

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Trainer's Reference Types of Accessories


1. Types of Accessories Type Document handling Pickup handling Delivery handling Product name DADF-D1 3.5k Side Paper Deck Finisher-F1 Saddle Finisher-F2 Shift Tray Communications control Copy Data Controller-A1 Remote Diagnostic Device II Control Card-IV NA Remarks New New New New New Common Common Common

Accessory board

2. DADF-D1 The DADF-D1 has been newly developed exclusively for stream reading, and it comes as standard. The machine is equipped with a reversal mechanism, capable of making double- or single-sided copies of double-sided originals. 3. 3.5k Side Paper Deck It is based on the Side Paper Deck-C1 (for the GP605), with modifications to the deck main motor, sensor arrangement, and mounting kit. 4. Finisher/Saddle Finisher It is based on the Finisher-C1/Saddle Finisher-C2 for the GP405 with modifications; it allows the addition of a specially designed reciprocating punch unit as an accessory. 5. Shift Tray The shift tray has been designed exclusively for the machine. Its construction is made simple, and it is capable of accommodating about 500 sheets of paper (80 g/m2). 6. Copy Data Controller-A1/Remote Diagnostic Device II The existing controllers may be used as they are. 7. Control Card-IV The existing control card may be used as it is. 8. ACC Board A new network board kit, LIPS board kit, and PDL board kit are being developed and are expected for release.

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Chapter 2 Outline of New Functions

Trainer's Reference System Construction


1. Functional Construction The functional construction of the machine is as follows: a. Controller Unit It controls the system as a whole, control panel, and digital image processing; it also stores image data and communicates with external devices. b. Reader Unit The machine's reader unit has been developed newly. Most image processing is done by the controller unit, and the reader unit mainly controls the following: Scanner sequence Scanning lamp Original size detection Shading correction Communication with ADF c. Printer Unit It is based on the NP6251, which is already on the market. A laser unit has been added to the NP6251, and its duplexing unit uses a newly designed through-path duplexing mechanism. d. Control Panel It uses 1/4 VGA LCD.

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Trainer's Reference System Construction

Original

Optical path CCD/AP PCB

Original illumination [Original exposure system]

Control panel

Reader controller PCB

Controller block Main controller PCB [Image processing system] Accessory boards

DC controller PCB Laser driver PCB [Control system] Laser scanner [Laser exposure system]

DC power supply PCB

Hard disk

Charging Photosensitive drum Separation

Cleaning

Development [Image formation system]

Delivery tray

Fixing

Feeding

Transfer

Pickup control

Manual feed tray

Lower feeding assembly

Left deck

Right deck Side paper deck (accessory) [Pickup/feeding syste]

Cassette 3 Cassette 4

Figure 2-101

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Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


1. Reader Controller PCB Name CPU Description Controls the scanning lamp, controls the original size detection mechanism, controls shading correction, controls the CCD, controls the scanner sequence, controls the copier sequence, controls communication with the ADF, controls service mode ROM RAM EEPROM Stores the control program Stores control data, stores service mode data, stores user mode data Backs up RAM data

2. DC Controller PCB Name CPU Description Controls jobs, controls operation state, controls fixing temperature, controls high voltage, controls potential, controls toner supply, controls paper feed, controls printer sequence, controls output, controls motors, controls the finisher (accessory), controls communication with the controller unit, controls service mode DIMM ROM RAM EEPROM ROM Flash memory for storing the control program Stores RAM data, stores service mode data, stores user mode data Backs up RAM data Mask ROM for the control program (for future use)

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(hard disk) Accessory boards IC5025 (CPU)

IC6501 (CPU) Main controller PCB

Control panel IC5016 (ROM)

Outline of Electrical Circuitry

Finisher (accessory) IC125 (CPU) IC121 IC122 (RAM) DIMM/ROM (IC117) IC104,105 IC109,110 IC127,130 (EEPROM)

IC120 (IPC communication 2)

IC5008 IC5009 (RAM) IC5027 (EEPROM) CCD/AP PCB

Figure 2-102

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M15 Laser scanner motor AC driver Potential control PCB PCB Duplexing driver PCB HVT PCB DC load Clutch Solenoid Motor Sensor Etc.

DC load Clutch Solenoid Motor Sensor Fan Etc.

DC controller PCB

IC5021 (IPC communication 2)

ADF

Inside cassette paper level detection PCB

BD PCB

Reader controller PCB

M3 Scanner motor

Inverter PCB

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Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


3. Main Controller PCB a. Outline The machine's main controller PCB is the result of integrating some of the functions of the IP (image processor) PCB used in existing digital copiers and some of the functions of the MFC (multi-function controller) PCB and DC controller PCB; in addition to these, it also has newly expanded functions. The main controller PCB has the following functions: Image processing of the image data sent from the reader unit Image processing of the image data sent to the printer unit Handling input/output for the control panel Handling of memory image data Controlling the image server (HDD) If a network accessory is installed, the following functions will also be available: PDL data (PS, PCL) rasterization Network communication Interfacing with the host computer

The main controller PCB consists of a CPU core and various interfaces (network interface, memory interface, scanner/printer interface); the integration of these has enabled and facilitated flexible handling of image data.

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Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


b. Construction of the Main Controller PCB The following shows the construction of the main controller PCB:

BAT. I/F OSC System (90MHz) OSC PCI (30MHz) OSC PRINTER ROM DIMM 8MByte 3.3VB

SRAM 5V SRAM 5V

SRAM 5V SRAM 5V

Power supply I/F 3.3VB(All-Night) 3.3VA 5VR(All-Night

5V

[Option] Ethernet I/F

SDRAM DIMM 3.3VB SDRAM DIMM(32,64,128,256MB/slot) PM-22 5V PM-22 5V

LAN I/F

PHY MAC Address Option Riser card

SDRAM bus

PCI expansion Slot

PCI expansion Slot

ROM bus

CPU 3.3VB
DII-S bus DII-P bus

MII bus PCI bus


PCI Arbiter (PANDA) 3.3VB Serial I/F

External BUS
LCX245 3.3VA Font ROM (16Mbit) 5V SRAM(4Mbit) 3.3VA

Reset circuit Reset (3.3VB) Reset (3.3VA) Reset(5V) All-Night Reset Non-All-Night Reset

I/O chip (Spinoa) 3.3VB

E-IDE I/F

12 34

RISER I/F

PM-22 bus

HDD

IEEE1284 (peripheral)

IEEE1284 Buffer 5VR Serial port I/F

DDI-S I/F Receiver 3.3VA DDI-S I/F

DDI-P I/F Driver 3.3VA DDI-P I/F

IPC 5V

Primary battery 1000mA

IPC I/F

COIN ROBOT I/F

Figure 2-103

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UI I/F

IP ASIC (MUSIGNY) 5V

RTC 3.3VA

PCI expansion Slot

I 2 C bus

Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


c. Internal Buses The major buses of the main controller PCB are as follows: c-1 SDRAM Bus It connects the CPU and an SDRAM. It is synchronized with the system clock (90 MHz), and its width is 64 bits. As many as two SDRAM DIMMs (dual inline memory module) may be installed, and these DIMMs may be of different capacities. The type of an installed SDRAM DIMM is automatically identified by obtaining the SPD ROM information from the I2C bus, explained later. c-2 ROM Bus It is a 32-bit width data bus connecting the CPU with a ROM DIMM. Its timing of access is based on the system clock (90 MHz), and the clock pulses may be set so that they are multiples of 90 MHz. It is used not only for reading from a ROM but also for writing to a flash ROM installed to a ROM DIMM slot and for setting of PM-22 registers; in other words, it is a bi-directional bus. c-3 PCI Bus It serves as an internal bus connecting the CPU with an I/O chip (SPINOA) within the main controller PCB. Attachment of a raiser card to the controller will enable installation of three PCI expansion slots (expansion bus). The PCI bus of the main controller PCB complies with PCI Rev. 2.1 specifications: 32 bits, 33 MHz max. (30 MHz actual). The power supplied to the expansion slots is as follows:
+12 or -12V are not supplied.

Slot 3: +3.3 V 3A, +5 V Slots 2 and 1 combined:+3.3 V 4A, +5 V c-4 MII Bus It is used to connect to the network interface (Ethernet card; accessory). It can connect the CPU to PHY on the network interface card. c-5 DII-S/P Bus It is used to connect the CPU to an IP ASIC. The DII-S bus is used for scan data sent from the reader unit, while the DII-P bus is used for print data sent to the printer unit.

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Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


c-6 External Bus It is used to connect the input/output control I/O chip and an image processing IP ASIC or an SRAM serving as a backup memory (storing user settings, parameters); it is a 16-bit wide data bus. The I/O chip serves as a bridge between the PCI bus and the IP ASIC setting bus. c-7 E-ID Bus It is used to connect the input/output I/O chip and the hard disk. It supports a data transfer mode of up to Ultra DMA 33. c-8 PM-22 Bus It is used to connect the CPU and a PM-22. c-9 I2C Bus It is an I2C specification serial bus, and is used to connect the CPU and the following devices: Device SPD ROM 0 SPD ROM 1 Description SPD of SDRAM DIMM0 SPD of SDRAM DIMM1

MAC ROM For MAC address (on the network interface card) Clock pulse generator Controls clock pulses.

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Trainer's Reference Outline of Electrical Circuitry


d. Functions of the Major Parts The major parts of the main controller PCB have the following functions: d-1 CPU (IC1010) It is Canon's proprietary CPU, and holds a CPU core, network interface, DMA controller, PCI interface, ROM/RAM interface, and the like. d-2 SDRAM (J1003/J1004) It is used as the main memory, serving to temporarily store all image data and program-related data.
DIMM It stands for "Dual-Inline Memory Module."

As many as two SDRAM DIMM may be installed, and these DIMMs may be of different capacities. The type of an installed DIMM is automatically identified by obtaining the SPD ROM information from the I2C bus. The total capacity of the SDRAM DIMMs must be 256 MB max.; if only one DIMM is used, it must be installed to J1003. The SDRAM DIMMs must comply with the following specifications: PC100-compatible

CL=2, CL=3 These notations indicate the performance level of SDRAM (number of clock pulses for CAS wait); the smaller the value, the faster the response.

CL=2 or CL=3 (if mixed, operates as CL=3) Unbuffered type 3.3V-compatible SDRAM Chip on DIMM 16 Mbit 64 Mbit 128 Mbit 4, 8, 16 type 4, 8, 16 type 4, 8, 16 type

d-3 ROM DIMM (J1007, J1008, J1009, J1010) There are four slots for ROM DIMMs. The ROM DIMM data bus is a 32bit bus, and ROM DIMMs may be installed independently of one another. (At least one ROM must be installed for booting.) Each ROM DIMM must be one equipped with a flash ROM or a mask ROM, and the maximum capacity of each must be 8 MB. Normally, a DIMM equipped with a flash ROM is installed; the type (including the capacity) is identified by reading the ROM information (electronic signature). The installed flash ROM DIMM must comply with the following specifications: Access time of 90 nsec 3.3V-compatible Maximum capacity per DIMM of 8 MB Data bus width of 32 bits 16 type flash ROM (mounted in DIMM)

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d-4 IP ASIC (Musigny; IC1005) The IP ASIC is an image processing ASIC used for both input images from the laser unit and output images to the printer unit. It is connected to the reader unit by DDI-S and to the printer unit by DDIP, each connected to the scanner interface and the printer interface, respectively. Of the DDI-S and DDI-P signals, those related to communication are not sent to the IP ASIC; they are directly sent to the CPU, with the remaining signals sent to the IP PASIC. The following are the functions that relate to reader input images: 1. Enlargement/reduction in main scanning direction ratio settings between 6.25% and 819,200% 2. Enlargement/reduction in sub scanning direction reduction to 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 3. Edge emphasis filter size of 77; 16 types of filter coefficient 4. Binary processing TBIC, dither (200-line, 7-value), screen processing, simple binary (including notch processing) 5. Editing blanking, framing, negative/positive reversal, slant, mirror, fold, repeat
Uses of SST and RST SST is used when smoothing print images from the PC, while RST is used when smoothing reader images (text or text/photo mode).

The following are the functions that relate to printer output images: 6. Binary density conversion density conversion of binary images 7. Binary enlargement/reduction SST, RST, WPD, toner save 8. Thickening thickens lines or characters when generating a print image Other functions include the following: 9. PG generation generation of reader PG and printer PG d-5 I/O Chip (Spinoa; IC1006) The I/O chip (Spinoa) is an ASIC that handles inputs to and outputs from the CPU, and also has the following: 1. PCI bus controller 2. External bus bridge 3. E-IDE HDD controller 4. RTC controller

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5. Black-and-white LCD controller It has a built-in LCD controller for a 1/4 VGA (320240), 640240, VGA (640480) black-and-white binary LCD as well as a RAM for the LCD controller. 6. IEE-2284 controller 7. GPI0 8. Interrupter Controller It has a built-in external input interrupt controller, functioning to coordinate multiple external interruptions and internal interruptions; it also can mask individual interrupt factors and read the states of interrupt factors. d-6 PCI Arbiter (PANDA; IC1009) It is an ASIC that can arbitrate one bus master of the PCI bus. d-7 PM-22 (IC1011, IC1016) PM-22 is a CODEC LSI from Pixel Magic used for image processing (compression, expansion, and rotation); two of them are used. PM-22 and the CPU are connected with a dedicated PN-22 bus interface, and image data is exchanged with the SDRAM. Its major functions include the following: compression/expansion of binary images (for electronic sorting), rotation of images, and conversion of resolution. A total of four 256-Kbit SRAMs (two for each PM-22 work area) are mounted on the main controller PCB. d-8 RTC It is an RTC (real-time clock) used to keep track of time; it is RTC-4574SA from SEIKO Epson (accuracy of 30 sec or less per month). It also has an alarm function, capable of generating an interrupt at a specific time. It will continue to keep track of time in the absence of AC power by resorting to the primary battery. If the voltage of the primary battery drops, bits from the register are used to detect a drop in voltage. d-9 SRAM (IC1002) The SRAM is 4-Mbit (512 kB) in size, and is used to retain the various parameters when the power is removed by resorting to the primary battery. d-10 Hard Disk It is a 6.4-GB, 3.5-inch hard disk with an E-IDE interface; it allows the use of PIO, DMA, and Ultra DMA/33 access modes. The hard disk retains the system software and the image data stored in a mail box when the power is removed.

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d-11 OSC The following clock generators are found on the main controller PCB: 1. IC1014 90 MHz: system clock 30 MHz: PCI clock 24 MHz: I/O-chip IEEE-1284 core clock 2. X1003 50 MHz: IP ASCI clock d-12 User Interface It is used for the LCD panel signals and the input/output signals (serial communication) between the CPU and the control panel. The LCD panel signals are sent to the I/O chip, while the serial communication signals are sent to the CPU. The LCD drive signals are sent from the I/O chip to the black-and-white LCD. The LCD panel is equipped with a backlight; it remains off unless the machine is in standby state. The LCD controller stops the drive to the LCD to turn off LCD indication; the controller serves to monitor only those keys requiring attention. d-13 IPC The IPC is a serial communication controller built to the microprocessor, and serves as an interface connecting to a copy data controller. d-14 Primary Battery It is a lithium battery used to back up SRAMs and RTCs. It is designed to back up an SRAM or an RTC for at least 10 years, including its shelf period (in standby, it consumes about 10 A). It does not require control by software, automatically switching to backup mode when power drops. The counter stop bit of the RTC may be checked at power-on to detect exhaustion. d-15 IEEE-1284 (Peripheral) It is the interface to the host PC; when the machine is used as a PDL printer, it can serve to receive PDL data. It is also used when updating the system program stored on the hard disk. The interface is the interface of the CPU so that print data may be received even in soft sleep mode.

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d-16 Reset It is an IC for generating reset signals. The reset circuit has power supply monitor ICs belonging to three channels, and two types of reset signals are generated (all-night reset signal or non-all-night reset signal). (1) All-Night Reset IC1026 monitors the +3.3R power supply for generation of the allnight reset signal. When the all-night reset signal is generated, the non-all-night reset signal is also generated. The +3.3V all-night reset signal is used to reset all-night devices (e.g., CPU). When an abnormal drop is detected in the +3.3-V all-night power supply, the +3.3-V non-all-night devices and +5-V power supply monitor IC (IC1058) will be reset, imposing a hardware reset on all devices under the control of the main controller PCB. The +3.3-V all-night reset signal is 100 msec in length. (2) Non-All-Night Reset IC1060 is used to monitor +3.3-V power supply system and, at the same time, IC1058 is used to monitor the +5-V power supply system; if the reset signal from ether IC falls short of the reference potential, a non-all-night reset signal will be generated. In response, a hardware reset is imposed on the +3.3-V non-all-night devices and +5-V devices. The non-all-night reset signal is also sent to the external interrupt terminal of the CPU, enabling detection of the non-all-night reset signal during normal operation. (The non-all-night reset signal has a minimum pulse width of 100 msec, enabling detection as part of normal detection of an interrupt. Interrupt processing is masked in advance of removing the non-all-night power supply.) d-17 LED The following five LEDs are mounted to the main controller PCB: LED location LED1001 LED1002 LED1003 LED1004 LED1005 Turned on by SSACNST (scanner start signal) PPRTST (printer start signal) +3.3-V power supply (non all-night) +3.3-R power supply (all-night) +5-V power supply

LED1001 and LED1002 are connected to the general-purpose output port of the CPU (used for scanner and printer), and they are designed to flash at specific intervals when the machine starts up. LED1003, LED1004, and LED1005 turn on as long as power is being supplied.

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d-18 DIP SW (SW1002) It is used for factory inspection, and all its bits must be at OFF. d-19 Serial Port Interface (J1006) It is a serial port connected to the CPU and used when obtaining internal processing log data of the main controller PCB. The signals at the connector are 3.3-V signals of the CPU, and require a service tool (RS232C PCB) for level conversion if connection to an RS232C port (e.g., of a PC) is needed. d-20 Power Supply Interface The main controller PCB operates using either of three types of power supplies: +3.3-V all-night, +3.3-V non-all-night, and +5-V non-all-night. The +3.3-/+5-V non-all-night power supply is controlled by the main controller itself. d-21 Font ROM The font ROM is a 16-Mbit mask ROM containing the following: 12-dot font for display font for report printing (not for PDL print) dictionary for kanji conversion d-22 DC-DC Converter (IC1082) The DC-DC converter generates +5R (all-night) from +3.3R (all-night); the +5R power supply is used to drive the buffer for IEEE-1284 inputs/ outputs. The specifications of the DC-DC converter are as follows: Input voltage: 3.0 to 3.6 V Output voltage: Output current: 4.8 to 5.2 V 0 to 120 mA

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Trainer's Reference Image Processing by the Main Controller


Digital image processing by the main controller is performed as follows: 1. Outline The main controller PCB uses its IC and the hard disk to perform digital image processing. a. IP-ASIC Performs image processing of image data sent from the reader unit. Performs image processing of image data sent to the printer unit. b. PUC Performs memory control of image data. c. PM-22 Performs compression, expansion, rotation, and enlargement/reduction of memory images. d. I/O Chip Performs image data control between CPU and image server. e. SDRAM Retains image data temporarily during image processing. f. Hard Disk (image server) Retains image data temporarily during image processing. Retains image data using the Box function.

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Reader unit 8 Main controller unit Enlargement/reduction (main scanning direction)


8

Image data after shading Reader PG

Edge emphasis
8

Edit processing
8

Brightness/density conversion (LOG conversion)

8
Density conversion (LUT)

Density conversion (LUT) 8


Density correction ( conversion)
8

Density adjustment (F-value conversion)

Binary processing (random error diffusion; text, text/photo, print photo)


1

Binary processing (dither screen; film photo)


1 Compression/

expansion, rotation, enlargement/r eduction

Image memory control

SDRAM I/O control HDD Image server

Printer PG Copy (Scanning Data)

Binary-binary density conversion


2

Smoothing
2

Printer unit

Figure 2-104

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Image Processing by the Main Controller for Print (PDL) Data

Main controller unit

Network Bi-Centronics RIP1 Image memory control SDRAM I/O control Printer PG HDD Image server

Print (PDL) Data

Smoothing
4

Thickening
4

Printer unit

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2. Image Processing of Input Images The input image data from the reader unit is processed as follows: a. Image Data from the Reader Unit The image signals from the reader unit are 8-bit, 256-gradation brightness image signals processed for shading correction. The signals are sent using two signal lines (for odd-number and evennumber pixels). b. Enlargement/Reduction (main scanning direction; IP-ASIC) As in existing machines. c. Edge Emphasis (IP-ASIC) Edge emphasis is executed to enhance the images while preventing moire and limiting the sharpness of images as much as possible in text, text/ photo, print photo, and film photo modes (which otherwise serve to deemphasize edges). Filter size: 77 Filter coefficient: 16 types

d. Edit Function 1 (IP-ASIC) Editing includes the following: blanking/framing, negative/positive reversal, slant, mirror image, fold, and repeat. e. Density Conversion (LUT; IP-ASIC) Brightness image signals are converted into density image signals, and processing is executed so that an output density curve appropriate to each mode may be obtained. e-1 LGO Conversion A LOG conversion table is used to convert a brightness signal (whose data is based on reflected light) into a density image signal expressing toner density data. e-2 Density Adjustment (F value conversion) Density is adjusted using an F-value table to suit the setting of the Copy Density key on the control panel. However, this processing is not executed in memory copy mode. e-3 Density Correction (gamma conversion) The gamma conversion table of each mode is used for density correction in text, text/photo, print photo, and film photo mode.

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f. Binary Processing (random error diffusion: R-ED; IP-ASIC) Using a random error diffusion method (R-ED), the 8-bit image density signal of each mode (text, text;photo, film print) is converted into a 1-bit image density signal (binary). f-1 Step 1 The 0-255 gradation level is converted into a 16-operation level. For an image input signal, a random number is added using 8 as the slice value. The 0-255 8-bit signal is divided by 17 to convert it into a 0-15 4-bit signal. f-2 Step 2 The 0-15 4-bit signal from the error diffusion method is subjected to binary processing by converting it to a 0-1 1-bit signal. The slice value is controlled for error diffusion based on the input value, average density, and patterns resulting from binary processing. g. Binary Processing (dither screen method; IP-ASIC) A dither screen method is used to convert an 8-bit image density signal of print photo mode into a 1-bit image density signal (binary). Although a binary image, 144 gradations are possible owing to 1212pixel dither screen processing. EX: GP605 (256 gradations by 1616-pixel dither screen processing) 3. Image Memory Control The binary image data is controlled as follows: a. Compression/Expansion, Rotation, and Enlargement/Reduction (CPU-PM-22) The functions include compression/expansion of binary images (for electronic sorting), rotation of images, and conversion of resolution. b. SDRAM (CPU-SDRAM) The image data used for image memory control are stored temporarily in memory. c. Hard Disk (CPU-I/O; chip-HDD) Image data is retained using the Box function, with the hard disk serving as an image server.

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4. Image Processing of Output Images The output images sent to the printer unit are processed as follows: a. Smoothing (IP-ASIC) In the case of text or text/photo mode, 600 600-dpi input images are subjected to smoothing for conversion into 1200 (equivalent) 600-dpi images. In smoothing, the image data is checked against 77-pixel pattern matrixes (288 templates), by which each pixel in question is processed. Notch processing is also executed as part of smoothing for patterns unique to scanned images. b. Thickening (IP-ASIC) Fine lines are thickened to improve reproduction. Scanned images are subjected to thickening by binary-binary density conversion (binary image data is corrected after conversion into 256-value data and then connected back to binary data once again). PDL output images are processed for thickening by adding a 1/2 pixel (1200 dpi) above each horizontal line and a 1/2 pixel (1200 dpi) to the right of each vertical line.

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Trainer's Reference Controlling the Power Supply for the Main Controller
The machine's power supply is controlled as follows: 1. Distribution of Power The following diagram shows how the machine distributes power.
Note: Thick lines indicate AC lines. Environment switch(SW3) LeaLine kage noise AC breaker filter input
ELCB LF1

AC driver PCB Main relay (RLY1) A


Thermal switch(TP1) Main heater (H1)

Drum temperature control PCB

Drum heater (H3)

Cassette heater (H4) Deck heater (H5)

Accessories power supply PCB Manual feed door switch High(MSW) voltage PCB
24V

B (SW1) Main power switch Front cover switch (SW2) A


12V

Heater switch (SW4) C

Lens heater (H6) Sub heater (H2) Fuse PCB


Mirror heater (H7)

120V Not used 230V Accessory Potential controller PCB


24V

Anti-rush current PCB


24V 24V 5V 24VU1

Clutch solenoid
24V

Main motor (M2) Drum motor (M1)

3.3VA 24V

Duplexing driver PCB ADF Finisher (accessory) 24VU 24VA

3.3VA/5V 12VU/24VU
24VU

DC controller PCB
24VU 5V 5V

Laser scanner motor

Laser driver PCB

BD PCB

Fixing/ feeding PCB

Paper deck 24VU3 DC power (accessory) supply PCB Motor driver PCB Hard disk 5V 24VU2 5V 12VU

24VU

Reader controller PCB


5V 12V 24V 12V

CCD/AP PCB 3.3VA1 3.3VA2 3.3VB/5V

Inverter PCB

ASSIST 24VU2 (accessory)

Controller block
5V 5V

Control Inver- 5V Control panel Card IV ter CPU PCB (accessory) PCB

Figure 2-105
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Trainer's Reference Controlling the Power Supply for the Main Controller
2. State of Power a. Power Supply Mode The machine may be in any of the following five modes for its various power supplies: +3.3-V all-night (3.3 VB), +3.3-V non-all-night (3.3 VA), +5-V non-all-night (5V), and +24-V: Mode Standby Low power Soft sleep Hard sleep Power supply off +3.3-V all-night Y Y Y N N +3.3-V non-all night Y Y N N N +5-V non-all night +24-V Y Y Y N N N N N N N

b. Controlling the Power Supply The main controller PCB controls power supply control mechanisms except for the power-off mode initiated by turning off the main power switch. In each mode, the power supply is controlled using the power supply control ports PWR1 (1-pin) and PWR2 (2-pin) of the power supply control connector J1021 on the main controller PCB as follows: Mode Standby Low power Soft sleep Hard sleep Power off PWR1 H(x) H L X X PWR2 H L L X Remarks Set at reset

KILL3.3=L

X (for X, no software control)

In both hard sleep and power-off modes, the power supply is not controlled using software (as by the power supply control port). In hard sleep mode, the power supply is controlled by the KILL 3.3 (SPO [2]) port of the CPU. 3. Standby Mode (normal operation) In standby mode, the machine may be operating or may be ready to operate, and almost all loads are supplied with power. Not only the main controller PCB, but also the reader unit, printer unit, and control panel are all ready for communication/control.

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4. Low Power Mode In low-power mode, the +24-V power supply remains off. The power consumption of the reader unit and the printer unit are reduced to save power used by the machine. a. Shift from Standby Mode (to low power mode) The shift from standby mode to low-power mode is executed by the software of the CPU on the main controller PCB (PWR1=H, PWR2=L). The shift from standby mode to low-power mode is initiated for the following: Low-power mode is selected on the control panel. Standby mode continues in excess of a specific time (may be changed in user mode). A shift is specified using a remote user interface (command) from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) or the network. b. Return to Standby Mode (from low-power mode) A shift from low-power mode to standby mode is initiated by the software of the CPU on the main controller PCB (PWR2=H, PWR1=H). A shift from low-power mode to standby mode is initiated for the following: The power switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned on. PDL data is received from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) or the network. 5. Soft Sleep Mode In soft sleep mode, only the +3.3-V all-night (3.3 VB) power supply remains on. The CPU on the main controller PCB is in wait for an interrupt; it turns off the program, thus saving on power. This mode is used only in an MFP configuration, in which a network print option or a PDL print option is installed. a. Shift from Standby Mode (to soft sleep mode) A shift from standby mode to soft sleep mode is executed by the software of the CPU on the main controller PCB (PWR1=L, PWR2=L). A shift from standby mode to soft sleep mode is initiated for the following: The power switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned off. Standby mode continues in excess of a specific time (may be changed in user mode). A shift is specified using the remote user interface (command) from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) to the network.

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b. Shift from Low-Power Mode (to soft sleep) A shift from low-power mode to soft sleep mode is executed by the software of the CPU on the main controller PCB (PWR1=L, PWR2=L). A shift from standby mode to soft sleep mode is executed for the following: The power switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned off. Standby mode continues in excess of a specific period of time (may be changed in user mode). A shift is specified using a remote user interface (command) from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) to the network. c. Return to Standby Mode (from soft sleep) A shift from soft sleep mode to standby mode is executed by the software of the CPU on the main controller PCB (PWR1=H, PWR2=H). A shift from soft sleep mode to standby mode is executed for the following: The power supply switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned on. PDL data is received from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) to the network. 6. Hard Sleep Mode In hard sleep mode, the CPU itself turns off, leaving a minimum number of logic circuits on the main controller PCB powered. This mode is used only in a configuration in which the network print option or the PDl print option is not installed. a. Shift from Standby Mode (to hard sleep) A shift from standby mode to hard sleep mode is executed by the software (KILL3.3=L) of the CPU on the main controller PCB; the +3.3-V all-night (3.3 VB) power supply is cut at the start of the main controller PCB, thereby cutting off the power to almost all elements of the PCB including the CPU. A shift from standby mode to hard sleep mode is executed for the following: The power switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned off. Standby mode continues in excess of a specific time (may be changed in user mode). A shift is specified using a remote user interface (command) from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) to the network.

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b. Shift from Low-Power Mode (to hard sleep) A shift from low-power mode to hard sleep mode is executed by the software (KILL3.3=L) of the CPU on the main controller PCB; the +3.3V all-night (3.3 VB) power supply is cut off at the start of the main controller PC, cutting off the power to almost all elements of the PCB including the PCU. A shift from low-power mode to hard sleep mode is initiated for the following: The power switch (soft switch) on the control panel is turned off. Standby mode continues for a specific period of time (may be changed in user mode). A shift is specified using a remote user interface (command) from the parallel port (IEEE-1284) to the network. c. Return to Standby Mode (from hard sleep) In hard sleep mode, auto return to standby by means of an external event is not possible; standby mode may be resumed by turning off/on the power supply switch (soft switch) on the control panel or the main power switch. The operation upon return is exactly the same as the operation at poweron. 7. Power-Off Mode In this mode, the main power switch remains off. To return from power offmode, the main power switch must be turned on (at which time standby mode will start automatically).

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Trainer's Reference Original Exposure System


1. Turning On and Off the Scanning Lamp a. Turning On and Off
Xenon Lamp When a high-frequency voltage is applied across terminals of a xenon lamp, electric discharge occurs within the xenon gas, causing the fluorescent material inside the lamp to emit light.

The machine's scanning lamp is a xenon lamp. The scanning lamp is turned on/off in response to the drive signal (LAMP_ON) from the CPU of the reader controller PCB. When the signal is generated, the inverter PCB uses the activation control circuit to generate a high-frequency voltage using the drive voltage (+24 V) from the reader controller PCB to control the activation of the xenon lamp.

Inverter PCB Xenon lamp


1

J5101
3 4 2

J5007
5 3 2 4

Reader controller +24V PCB CPU

LA2

Activation control circuit

LAMP_ON INV_ERR

Figure 2-301

b. Detecting an Error If an error occurs (e.g., output release, short-circuit, leakage) in the inverter circuit, the error signal (INV_ERR*) is sent to the controller circuit. An error relating to the lamp (low intensity, activation failure) is identified as an activation error when the lamp is first turned on.

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Trainer's Reference Identifying the Size


1. Outline The machine identifies the size of an original based on the measurements taken of the intensity at specific points using reflection type sensors and CCD: Main scanning direction: CCD (4 points for AB-configuration) Sub scanning direction: reflecting photosensor (1 location) 2. Points of Detection For main scanning direction, the No. 1 mirror mount is moved to the following CCD original detection points; the intensity at each location is measured to identify the size of an original. For sub scanning direction, on the other hand, original sensors (fixed in position) are used to identify the size of an original.

The machine's original size detection combines reflection type sensors with CCDs, so that it requires fewer sensors compared with the existing machines (ultimately resulting in lower cost of production).

Original sensor

Point of original detection 1 Point of original detection 2 Point of original B5 detection 3 Point of original detection 4

B5R A4R B4 A4 A3

CCD point of original detection

Figure 2-302 3. Mechanism of Detection The machine identifies the size of an original in the following two steps: 1. Detecting External Light (main scanning direction only) While keeping the scanning lamp off, the CCD level at each point of detection is measured in main scanning direction. The absence of an original is identified if external light is detected, thereby enabling the identification of the width of an original. 2. Detecting the Output Level of the Sensors The scanning lamp is turned on, and the CCD level of each point of detection in main scanning direction is measured. The LEDs of the reflecting type photosensors in sub scanning direction are turned on to measure the outputs of the sensors. The size of the original is identified based on specific combinations of the states of the sensors. For specific operations, see the next page.

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a. Book Mode (1 original; with ADF open) 1. The machine is in wait sate.
Xenon lamp Original sensor
Point of original detection 1 Point of original detection 2 Point of original detection 3 Copyboard Point of original detection 4 glass

No. 1 mirror mount: at home position Xenon lamp: off Original sensor: invalid

Copyboard cover Reader unit

2. The copyboard cover is opened. A check is made for external light in main scanning direction. No. 1 mirror mount: moves to point of detection Xenon lamp: off Original sensor: invalid 3. An original is placed. The external light will be blocked if there is an original; therefore, detection of external light is identified as indicating the absence of an original. In the case of the example cited, B5, B4, A4, and A3 are excluded at this point.

Point of original detection

(external light)

Original (A4R)

4. The Start key is pressed.


(external light)

The original size detection is started in response to a press on the Start key. For main scanning direction, the xenon lamp is turned on, and a check is made for reflected light using the CCD (4 points); for sub scanning direction, the original sensors become ready for detection. The absence of reflected light is identified as the absence of an original. The size of the original is identified based on specific combinations of the results of detection.

AB-Configuration Original size A3 B4 A4R A4 B5 B5R None 1 CCD point of detection 2 3 4 Original sensor

:Reflection detected.

:Reflection not detected.

Figure 2-303
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b. Book Mode (1 original; with ADF closed)
Xenon lamp Original sensor
Point of detection 1 Point of detection 2 Point of detection 3 Copyboard Point of detection 4 glass

1. The machine is in wait state. No. 1 mirror mount: at home position Xenon lamp: off Original sensor: invalid

Copyboard cover Reader unit

Point of detection

2. The copyboard cover is opened. A check is made for external light in main scanning direction. No. 1 mirror mount: to point of detection
(external light)

Xenon lamp: off Original sensor: invalid 3. An original is placed. The external light will be blocked if there is an original; therefore, detection of external light is
Original (A4R)

identified as the absence of an original. In the case of the example cited, B5, B4, A4, and A3 are excluded at this point. 4. The copyboard cover is closed. When the copyboard cover is brought down to 30, the copyboard cover sensor identifies the "closed" state, starting detection of the size of an

(external light)

30

original. For main scanning direction, the xenon lamp is turned on, and the reflected lamp is checked by the CCD (4 points); for sub scanning direction, the original sensor becomes ready for detection. 5. The copyboard cover is closed fully. The changes in the output level of each sensor is monitored until the copyboard cover is fully closed. The absence of a change in the level is identified as the absence of an original. The size of an original is identified based on the changes in the level at five points. (See the table.) 6. The machine changes into wait state (waiting for a press on the Start key). The No. 1 mirror moves to home position, and waits for a press on the Start key.

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AB-Configuration Original size A3 B4 A4R A4 B5 B5R None 1 CCD point of detection 2 3 4 Original sensor

:Change absent.

:Change present.

Figure 2-304

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Trainer's Reference Image Processing in the Reader Unit


1. Functions of the Image Processing Mechanism The image processing mechanism of the reader unit has the following main functions: Item CCD (image sensor) Description Number of lines: 1 Number of pixels: 7,500 Size of pixel: 4.7 4.7 m Shading adjustment: in service mode Shading correction: for each copy executed for each line in main scanning direction The following block diagram shows the relationship among the functions related to image processing.

Shading correction Auto density adjustment (AE)

Analog image processing block CCD

Digital image processing

Reader control PCB Analog image processing A/D conversion CCD/AP PCB Shading processing Auto density correction (AE) Controller unit

Figure 2-401 The functions of the PCBs related to image processing are as follows: PCB CCD/AP PCB Reader controller PCB Description Drives the CCD, performs analog image process ing, performs A/D conversion Performs shading correction, performs auto density adjustment (AE)

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Trainer's Reference Image Processing in the Reader Unit


2. Analog Image Processing Analog image processing is performed by the CCD/AP PCB, and consists in the following: 1. CCD drive 2. CCD output gain correction, offset correction 3. CCD output A/D conversion The following block diagram shows functions related to analog image processing.

CCD

A24V A5V

1 4 3 4 8 9 10 17 12 21 : 24 26 : 29 31 : 34 36 : 39

J6001

J5002

CCD J6002 control signal J5003

1 4 3 4 8 9 10 17 12 21 : 24 26 : 29 31 : 34 36 : 39

Odd-number pixel Even-number pixel

Analog image signal


Analog signal processing block Gain correction Offset correction

CCD driver control Gain/offset correction data Even-number A/D pixel

AP-LD Digital image signal


8

Reader controller PCB

conversion
Odd-number pixel A/D conversion

Digital image signal


8

CCD/AP PCB

Figure 2-402

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Trainer's Reference Image Processing in the Reader Unit


3. Digital Image Processing a. Functions Digital image processing is performed by the reader controller PCB, and consists in the following: 1. Shading correction 2. Auto density adjustment(AE) The following block diagram shows the functions related to digital image processing:
J6002
3 4 8 9 10 17 12 : 24 26 : 29 31 : 34 36 : 39

J5003 Reader controller PCB


3 4 8 9 10 17 12 21

EEP-ROM CPU

Gain/offset correction data

Target value
SRAM
J5004
A Even-number pixel 21 23 25 8 Digital image signal 27 29 Odd-number pixel 31 33 8 35 B 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35

CCD/AP PCB 21

Even-number pixel : 24 digital image signal 26


8

Odd-number pixel digital image signal


8

: 29 31 : 34 36 : 39

Shading correction Auto density correction (AE)

Figure 2-403 b. Edge Gain Correction The intensity at the edges of the scanning lamp is relatively lower than the intensity at the middle. During shading, the edge gain correction plate (gray) mounted at the edge of the read position is read in advance, and a gain is computed so that the intensity will be a specific value for use to correct the data representing the edges, affected by differences in
Edge gains correction plate pixel 0 Copyboard glass Main scanning direction

intensity.

pixel 7500 Standard white plate (for shading) pixel 0 pixel 7500 pixel 0 pixel 7500

Figure 2-404
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Trainer's Reference Laser Exposure System


1. Construction of the Laser Exposure System The machine's laser exposure system consists of the following components. A laser scan is made by a small-diameter 12-facet polygon mirror (designed for high-speed, low-power, low noise), a wide-angle lens, and 1-beam laser. Unlike existing machines, the machine's laser beam is directed to areas of an image on the photosensitive drum that represent white areas (charged to a positive potential), thus forming a latent static image.

Collimator lens Laser unit Cylindrical lens Imaging lens 3 BD mirror Imaging lens 1 12-facet polygon mirror

Imaging lens 2 Laser mirror 4

Laser mirror 2

Laser mirror 3

Laser mirror 1

Photosensitive drum

BD PCB

Figure 2-501 2. Comparison with the GP605 (laser exposure system) Item E82/72 Process speed Laser beam Polygon mirror circumcircle diameter Polygon mirror facet Polygon mirror revolution Laser wave length Laser rated output Laser mirror
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Specifications GP605 300 mm/sec 2 beams 65 mm 8 facets 27,000 rpm (approx.) 680 nm 5 mW 1 mirror 265 mm/sec 1 beam 29 mm 12 facets 31,000 rpm (approx.) 655 nm 35 mW 3 mirrors

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Trainer's Reference Laser Exposure System


The machine adjusts its laser power automatically.

3. Construction of the Laser Exposure System The laser driver circuit is used to drive the semiconductor laser using the laser drive signal (LD) from the DC controller PCB, and its functions include the following: 1. Turning on and off the laser. 2. Controlling the intensity of the laser. (APC control) 3. Controlling the intensity of the laser to suit the drum surface potential. The following signals and devices are associated with the laser exposure mechanism: 1. Laser Drive Signal 2. Laser Activation Signal for Sampling It turns on the laser for sampling the intensity for activation (image exposure) for each single scan. 3. Laser Activation Enable Signal It goes '0' when the laser is ready to turn on after the Start key is pressed. 4. Laser Write Start Signal It starts laser writing when paper reaches the laser write start sensor (PS28) mounted in front of the registration roller. 5. Intensity Monitor It monitors the intensity of the laser when it is turned on for sampling, and feeds back an appropriate value to the laser drive circuit. 6. Laser Output Control Signal It controls the output so that the feedback value and the reference value from the EEPROM are identical. 7. Laser Intensity Ready Signal It goes '1' when the laser intensity is as specified. If the laser intensity is not as specified when it is turned on for sampling, the condition will be identified as an error. 8. Laser Intensity Reference Signal It is the laser activation reference value determined by the potential control signal from the EEPROM.

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Trainer's Reference Laser Exposure System

J117
1 2 3 4 LD(+) [1] LD(-) [1] GND

Laser unit
J2502
3 2 1

[6]

Laser drive circuit


J2501

Laser Intensity monitor [5]

J121
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 GND LTH GND 5V LHTRD 24V GND LD-DT [8] GND LD-EN [3] GND LSH [2] 3.3V GND L-RDY [7]

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 12 11 10 8 7 3 2 1

J2503 1 2

Laser thermistor (TH) Laser heater (H)

EEPROM

9 10 11 13 14 18 19 20

J113 DC controller PCB


B5

Laser driver PCB


LWRPD [4]

Laser write start sensor (PS28)

Figure 2-502

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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


1. Construction of the Image Formation System The construction of the image formation system is as follows, more or less identical to that of the NP6251.

Primary charging assembly Potential sensor Pre-exposure Cleaner unit Developing assembly Dust collecting roller

Pre-transfer charging assembly

Separation charging assembly

Transfer charging assembly

Transfer guide

Figure 2-601

2. Major Changes from the NP6251 Item Description Photosensitive drum Digital* Charging wire Wire cleaner pad Potential control APC correction Density adjustment Remarks New drum

*:Using digital processing, the surface layer and photosensitive layer most appropriate to laser exposure are used. **:The extra-strength polishing pad is intended exclusively for the brown wire. Do not use it for gold-plated wires.

Brown wire (all) Highly durable Strengthened polishing type** Primary/transfer only Printer control added APC correction added Density adjustment according to mode

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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


3. Controlling the Potential a. Outline The following functions are associated with potential control: Controlling the potential for the copier/printer. Correcting APC (auto power control) Controlling primary current (VD) Controlling laser output (VL) Determining DC bias (DC)

Laser driver PCB

Laser light Correction of laser output Primary charging wire

Control signal

Potential sensor

DC controller PCB

High-voltage PCB

Control signal

Correction of primary current value


signa l

J103 B4 B3 B2 B1 0V POT-DT POT-ON 24V

Correction of developing bias (DC)


[1] [2]

J3 1 2 3 4

[1] Drum surface potential measurement. [2] When '1', the potential sensor turns on. Figure 2-602

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Potential control PCB

Dete

Developing cylinder

ction

Trainer's Reference Image Formation


b. Controlling the Potential for the Copier/Printer The machine's potential control consists in printer potential control and copier potential control. In printer potential control, the target potential is set to VD = 420 V, ensuring the reproduction of line width. In copier potential control, on the other hand, the target potential is set to VD = 370 V, limiting the consumption of toner. The following is the basic sequence of operations associated with potential control: Item Purpose Warm-up To control the potential for copier/printer mode. To set ratings related to copier/printer mode. Operating The fixing temperature when condition the main power switch is turned on is 150 or less. 10-, 60-min after main power switch ON To accommodate changes in the sensitivity and charging efficiency caused by changes in the drum temperature. At the start of the first job; 10 and 60 min after the main power switch is turned on. off: 0 sec reduced mode: about 5 sec standard mode: about 10 sec Service mode Default on (potential control of both copier and printer modes) OFF May be enabled/disabled. off/reduce mode/standard mode

Operating About 10 sec during warm-up length

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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


c. Controlling the Potential (warm-up)

Fixing assembly temperature 195C WMUP WMUPR

200C STBY

Printer potential control [1]

Copier potential control [2]

Drum motor (M1) Primary charging Laser Potential sensor

VDVD VD VL1 VL1 VL2

VD VD VD VL1 VL1 VL2

[1] Copier potential control (measures the potential; eight times for VD, eight times for VL1, once for VL2). [2] Printer potential control (measures the potential; 8 items for VD, 8 items for VL1, and once for VL2).

Figure 2-603

d. Potential Control 10 Min and 60 Min from Power-On (main power switch) The following three types are used according to the settings selected in service mode: 1. OFF (default), in which no potential control is performed. 2. Reduced mode (selected in service mode), in which the period is reduced by making an estimate of the potential used in the other control period after potential control. 3. Standard mode, in which two types of potential control (copier and printer) are performed consecutively.

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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


e. Reduced Mode (selected in service mode) One type of potential control is performed while making an estimate of the potential used in the other control period. During the warm-up period after power-on, the primary current, laser output, and developing bias DC value are determined for copier and printer modes, and ratios are stored. When the Start key is pressed after the power is first turned on, both copier potential control and printer potential control are executed; when the Start key is pressed for a second time, however, only one of two is executed (copier or printer potential control), and an estimate is computed for the other using the data obtained when control (for both) was first executed. The following is the sequence of operations used in reduction mode:
10 sec to less than 60 min Potential control for copier and printer during first job Potential control

60 min and later Potential control for copier and printer for first job Potential control

Printer Copier potential potential control control

Start key ON

Fixing assembly temperature: 195C (end of fixing assembly warm-up) Control panel power switch ON Start key ON

Figure 2-604

f. Standard Mode (selected in service mode) Potential control for copier and printer modes are performed consecutively.
10 min to less than 60 min Sets control ratings for copier and printer Potential control for copier Potential control for printer Estimates other control value based on potential control for copier and printer Start key ON Potential control 60 min and later Estimates other control value based on potential control for copier and printer Potential control

Fixing assembly temperature: 195C (end of fixing assembly warm-up) Control panel power switch ON Start key ON

Figure 2-605

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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


g. APC Correction The VL potential changes becuase of changes in the laser output over time and in continuous printing. The laser output control value is corrected to maintain the VL potential to a specific value. The following types of correction are performed for the laser output control value: [sheet-to-sheet APC control] Purpose: The potential after a laser output is measured between sheets to correct the laser output control value, thereby maintaining the VL potential to a constant value without lowering productivity during a continuous job. Timing: It is executed between the first and second sheets one minute after the start of a continuous printing job. Potential measurement: The potential is subject to irregularities around the drum; the drum is divided into eight peripheral areas, taking measurements at least once in each area, and the average drum potential of the eight measurements is computed. Using the result, a correction value for the laser output is obtained. If measurement is not possible (made difficult because measurements must be taken between sheets), it is continued for a further one minute.
Continuous 1 min later Main power switch ON Potential control for copier Potential control for printe Start key ON 1 min later

Fixing assembly temperature: 195C (end of fixing assembly warm-up) Control panel power switch ON

Correction of laser output

Correction of laser output

Figure 2-606

[Initial Rotation APC Control] Purpose: The drum potential is measured to correct the laser output control value, thus correcting the changes in the VL potential of the laser output caused by changes in temperature after a long time. Timing: It is performed during initial rotation of the first job executed 60 min after the end of a job. Potential measurement: The drum is divided into eight peripheral areas, taking measurements at least once in each area, and the average drum potential of the eight measurements is computed. Using the result, a correction value for the laser output is obtained.
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Trainer's Reference Image Formation


[Last Rotation APC Controller] Purpose: If intermittent printing is repeated at short intervals, the absence of potential control will change the VL potential of the laser output because of changes in temperature. For correction, a correction value is obtained for laser output control used during last rotation executed for the last job. Potential measurement: The drum is divided into eight peripheral areas, taking measurements at least once in each area, and the average drum potential of the eight measurements is computed. Using the result, a correction value for the laser output is obtained.

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h. Density Adjustment in Each Mode In the following modes, the developing bias determined as a result of potential control is corrected, and is used as the target value for each mode for density adjustment. 1. Density Adjustment in Memory Print Mode The copy density is lowered (made lighter) by lowering the developing bias; however, too low a bias will make the image fuzzy, while too high a density will make the image foggy. In the uppermost and lowermost range of the developing bias, changes in the developing bias and image processing (binary-binary processing) are used when processing images for density. Purpose: It is performed to obtain a degree of density suited to the needs of the user. Method of correction: The developing bias and image processing (binary density processing) are used according to the setting of the F value. (For details, see the descriptions of image processing by the main controller.) F value 1 2 3 4 5 Developing DC bias (V) 240 220 180 140 120 Shift (V) 60 40 0 -40 -60 Image processing Image density Yes No No No Yes Darker

Lighter

2. Density Adjustment in Printer Mode The print density is increased (made darker) by raising the developing bias; however, too high a developing density will make the images foggy. In the lowermost range of the developing bias, changes in the developing bias and image processing (thickening) are used to process images for density. Purpose: It is performed to obtain a degree of density suited to the needs of the user. Method of correction: The developing bias and image processing (thickening) are used to suit the setting of the F value. (For details, set the descriptions of image processing by the main controller PCB.) F value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Developing DC bias (V) 203 190 179 167 155 138 122 105 105

Shift (V) 48 35 24 12 0 -17 -33 -50 -50

Thickening No No No No No No No No Yes

Image density Darker

Lighter

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Trainer's Reference Pickup/Feed System


1. Manual Pickup The presence/absence of paper on the manual feed tray is detected by the manual feed paper sensor (PS23). The manual forwading roller is operated by the drive from the main motor coming through the pickup clutch (CL4). When the clutch is engaged, the manual feed holding plate solenoid turns on to lift the manual feed holding plate; as a result, the gear of the pickup roller receives the drive of the main motor, causing the manual feed pickup roller to make a single rotation to move the paper. As the manual feed roller rotates, the paper is moved all the way to the registration roller.
DC controller PCB
Registration roller clutch drive signal Manual feed pickup clutch drive signal Main motor drive signal Manual feed holding plate releasing solenoid drive signal SL8

The machine's manual pickup assembly uses the feed roller (not the pickup roller) to pick up paper.

M1

CL2

CL4

Sheets Feed roller

Registration roller

Manual feed forwading roller

Manual feed holding plate Separation roller

Tray

Figure 2-701

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Trainer's Reference Pickup/Feed System


2. Double-Sided Print a. Moving Paper to the Duplexing Reversal Unit

DC controller PCB
Reversing flapper solenoid drive signal Delivery flapper solenoid drive signal Internal delivery sensor drive signal Reversal detection signal 2 Claw jam detection signal Delivery assembly stationary jam detection signal Registration detection signal Reversal motor drive signal

SL8

PS36

SL5
PS35 PS4 Delivery flapper PS46 PS38 PS37 PS29 M14

Reversing flapper

Figure 2-702

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Trainer's Reference Pickup/Feed System


b. Re-Pickup

PS29 PS46 Feeding large roller PS38 Duplexing feeding left roller Duplexing feed right roller PS31PS34 PS30 PS37
SL8

Curling roller Duplexing outlet roller

PS35 PS28

PS24

Reversal flapper solenoid drive signal

M14

M29
Reversal motor drive signal 2

M18
Duplexing displaced registration detection signal

M25

Duplexing registration signal

Reversal motor drive signal

DC controller PCB

Figure 2-703

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Vertical path duplexing feed motor drive signal

Reversal detection signal 1

Duplexing feed right motor drive signal

Duplexing feed left motor drive signal

Duplexing pickup sensor

Trainer's Reference Pickup/Feed System


c. Operations The feed path for the first side of a double-sided print is configured when the delivery flapper solenoid (SL5) turns off and the reversing flapper solenoid (SL8) turns on, thereby shifting up the delivery flapper and the reversing flapper. When the first side has been printed and the leading edge of the paper reaches the delivery assembly stationary jam sensor (PS48), the reversing flapper solenoid turns on. When the delivery assembly stationary jam sensor (PS48) has turned on and the paper reaches a specific position, the reversal motor ((M14) starts to rotate to move the paper to the duplexing reversal unit. When the paper has reached the reversal sensor 2 and reaches a specific location, the reversal motor stops rotation and the paper is kept in wait in the reversal assembly. When the reversal motor (M14) starts to rotate, this time in reverse, the paper in the reversal assembly is moved toward the duplexing wait position by the work of the duplexing feed left/right roller, which receives drive from the duplexing feed left/right motor (M29/M18). Paper is butted against the duplexing feed right roller so that it arches, thereby being made free of the skew. Horizontal registration is executed during a 100-msec stop period after the paper is made to arch. Thereafter, the duplexing feed left/right motor (M29/M18) starts to rotate, moving the paper to the duplexing wait position. d. Through Path Operation After fixing, the paper is moved to the reversal unit using the delivery flapper and the reversing flapper; the paper is then moved to the duplexing feed assembly, and this whole operation is called "through path" operation. The machine reorders images in its memory for printing, not necessarily printing the originals in their initial order and, ultimately, reducing the time paper is kept in wait and increasing the speed of double-sided printing. As many as two sheets of paper may simultaneously exist between the registration sensor and the duplexing paper sensor.

The machine's duplexing mechanism does not "switch back" paper (unlike the GP605), but uses a large-sized roller to turn over paper.

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Trainer's Reference Fixing System


1. Outline The following figure shows the major components of the fixing system:

DC controller PCB

Web length detection signal

Main heater detection signal

Main heater drive signal

Sub heater detection signal

Internal delivery detection signal

Claw jam paper detection signal

PS45

Web guide plate

Fixing web Fixing upper roller Sub thermistor (TH2) Main thermistor (TH1)

AC driver PCB Thermal witch AC power (TP1) supply Fixing lower roller

PS52 PS4

Figure 2-801

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Sub heater drive signal

Main thermistor signal

Sub thermistor signal

Trainer's Reference Fixing System


2. Temperature Control The machine's fixing temperature is controlled as follows: Mode Normal Item [1] power-on sequence [2] site-specific sequence [3] environment temperature sequence Description When the fixing roller is 75C or less at power-on. When the rated voltage is 100 V or 120/ 230 V. If the internal temperature read by the environment sensor is 18C or more, H mode; 12 to 18C, M mode; less than 12C, L mode. To lower the print start temperatures for reduced print time; for E82, 4 min or less; for E72, 5 min or less. [5] priority on fixing mode [6] priority on productivity mode [7] thick paper mode (120/230V model only) To increase the fixing temperature for switching down sequence by 10C. To lower the fixing temperature for switching down sequence by 10C. To use a fixing temperature of 203C or higher at the start of printing (for M/L mode after power-on, 211C) for improved fixing. To hold printing until the fixing temperature is 180C for special paper. To prevent fixing faults during continuous printing. To prevent fixing faults of halftone images during continuous printing.

Service mode

[4] wait time reduce mode

[8] special paper mode Others [9] down sequence (text mode) [10] down sequence halftone mode (non text mode) [11] edge overheating prevention mode

To prevent overheating at edges of the fixing roller when small-size paper is fed.

[12] jam recovery mode

When transfer paper is present or absent in the fixing/feeding unit when a jam occurs.

[13] power save mode

To lower the control temperature from normal to reduce power consumption.

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Trainer's Reference Soft Counters


1. Outline The machine is equipped with soft counters keeping counts of prints. The counts are indicated in response to a press on the Check key on the control panel. The soft counters consist of a total of 16 modes, eight each for large-size and small-size sheets. The flowing are modes of the basic counters:
*1:At time of shipment, B4 or smaller. To count B4 as an L-size sheet, make a change in service mode.

Copier/printer mode Local copy PDL print Box print

Large-size A C E G I K M O

Small-size*1 B D F H J L N P

*2:The machine does not have a fax function, and does not count printouts of messages received by fax.

Remote copy print Fax reception print*2 Report print Double-sided print Scan

The following are soft counters grouped according to destination (at time of shipment):
*3:The counter display may be changed or disabled in service mode (however, the setting of counter 1 cannot be changed).

Counter

Description

Default display ON ON ON ON OFF OFF

Default switching*3 Fixed. May be changed. May be changed. May be changed. May be changed. May be changed.

Counter 1 Total (A to L) Counter 2 Total large (ACEGIK) Counter 3 Copy 1 (ABGH) Counter 4 Copy 1 large (AG) Counter 5 Print 1 total (CDEF) Counter 6 Fax total (IJ)

Modes supported by the basic counter are indicated within parentheses.

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Chapter 3 Maintenance and Inspection

Trainer's Reference Maintenance and Inspection


1. Periodically Replaced Parts Some parts of the machine must be replaced on a periodical basis to maintain a specific level of performance; they may be free of external damage or appearance, but can affect the performance once they fail. It is best to plan the replacement so that it coincides with scheduled servicing. a. Reader Unit The reader unit does not have parts that need periodical replacement. b. Printer Unit No. 1 2 3 4 5 Part name Primary/pre-transfer/transfer/separation charging wire Primary grid wire Thermistor Sub thermistor Thermal switch Part No. FB4-3687 FY1-0883 FH7-7529 FG5-8812 FH7-7154 Q'ty AR AR 1 1 1 Life (sheets) 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 1,000,000 Remarks (*)

*: The old-type wire (gold-plated) must not be used. After replacing the wire, be sure to execute wire cleaning five times.

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Trainer's Reference Maintenance and Inspection


2. Consumables and Durables Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of warranty of the machine because of wear or damage. Replace them as necessary by referring to the guide below. a. Reader Unit The reader unit does not have parts that are classified as durables. b. Printer Unit No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part name Pickup/feed roller (manual feed tray) Separation roller (manual feed tray) Pickup roller Pickup/feed roller (deck, cassette) Separation roller (deck, cassette) Cleaner separation claw Primary charging wire cleaner 1 Primary charging wire cleaner 2 Transfer charging wire cleaner 1 Part No. Q'ty 1 1 8 8 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Life 120,000* 120,000* 250,000* 250,000* 250,000* 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 Replace simultaneously with fixing upper roller. *: Actual sheets processed; may be checked in service mode (COPIER>COUNTER>DURABLE). Use 2 for each holder. Use 2 for each holder. Remarks

Strengthened polishing type Strengthened polishing type Strengthened polishing type Strengthened polishing type

10 Transfer charging wire cleaner 2 11 Separation charging wire cleaner 12 Pre-transfer charging wire cleaner 13 Pre-transfer charging assembly scraper 14 Fixing upper roller 15 Fixing lower roller 16 Fixing web 17 Insulating bush (front, rear)

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No. Part name Part No. Q'ty 6 2 1 2 1 Life 500,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Use both edges; 500,000 for each. Apply toner upon replacement. 23 Primary charging assembly 24 Transfer/separation charging assembly 25 Pre-transfer charging assembly 1 1 1 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Remarks

18 Delivery upper separation claw 19 Delivery lower separation claw 20 Developing cylinder 21 Developing assembly roll 22 Cleaning blade

c. Side Paper Deck No. 1 2 3 Part name Pickup roller Feed roller Separation roller Part No. FB4-2033 FB4-2034 FB2-7777 Q'ty 2 2 1 Life 250,000 250,000 250,000 Remarks

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Trainer's Reference Maintenance and Inspection


3. Scheduled Servicing Table a. Reader Unit
: Clean : Replace : Lubricate : Adjust : Inspect Interval Unit Part Installa- every every every every tion 250,000 500,000 750,000 1,000,000 Remarks

Optical system

Scanner cable

For first 250,000 sheets, perform inspection. Use silicone oil S20 (FY9-6011).

Scanner rail Optical path

Copyboard glass No. 1 through No. 3 mirror Dust-proof glass Light reflecting plate Standard white plate

b. Printer Unit

: Clean

: Replace

: Lubricate

: Adjust

: Inspect Interval

Unit

Part

Installa- every every every every tion 250,000 500,000 750,000 1,000,000

Remarks

Externals/ controls

Ozone filter

Remove dust from filter surface. Remove dust from filter surface. Perform wire cleaning five times after replacement.

Dust-proof filter Charging

Charging wire (primary, pre-transfer, transfer/separation) Grid wire (primary) Charging assembly shield plates Roller electrode Primary stray toner prevention sheet

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Interval Unit Part Installa- every every every every tion 250,000 500,000 750,000 1,000,000 Remarks

Photosensitive Photosensitive drum drum

Use alcohol (C-17) and drum cleaning powder (CK-0429); Use alcohol (C-17) to clean the following: 1. Electrode 2. Protrusions of electrode Apply IMI (FY9-6008) to the following: Static brush

Electrode of slip ring (for drum heater)

Developing assembly

Developing cylinder Developing assembly roll Anti-stray developer sheet

Cleaner

Side scraper

Toner receptacle (front/rear) Fixing assembly Inlet guide Web Oil receptacle Thermistor Sub thermistor Thermal switch Delivery assembly Waste toner collection Pickup/ feeding assembly Separation claw (upper, lower) Waste toner box Transfer guide Registration roller (upper, lower) Feed belt Feed rollers Inspect and remove, as necessary.

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Trainer's Reference Soft Counters


1. Outline The machine is equipped with soft counters used to keep count of the number of prints made, and readings are indicated in response to a press on the Check key on the control panel. The soft counters consist in 16 types of modes, eight each for small-sized and large-sized sheets. The following are the modes of the basic counter:
*1: At time of shipment, B4 or smaller. To count B4 as an L-size sheet, make a change in service mode. *2: The machine does not have a fax function.

Copier/printer mode Local copy PCL print Box print Remote copier print Fax reception print*2 Report print Double-sided print Scan

Large-size A C E G I K M O

Small-size*1 B D F H J L N P

The following are the specifics of the soft counters effective at time of shipment.
*3: The counter display may be changed or disabled in service mode (however, the stetting of counter 1 cannot be changed).

Counter Description Counter 1 Total (A though L) Counter 2 Total large-size (ACEGIK) Counter 3 Copy 1 (ABGH) Counter 4 Copy 1 large-size (AG) Counter 5 Print 1 total (CDEF) Counter 6 Fax total (IJ)

Default display ON ON ON ON OFF OFF

Default switching*3 Fixed May be changed. May be changed. May be changed. May be changed. May be changed.

The modes supported by the basic counter are indicated within parentheses.

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Some of the information contained in this book relating to soft counters are highly confidential in nature. Be sure to control it according to the policies of the Service Department.

2. Mechanism As in the case of the CP660 and the CLC1150/1130, the machine uses a soft counter (CLC1150/1130 type) as a charging counter. The main controller PCB keeps count of copies/prints based on information from the reader controller PCB (RCON) and the DC controller PCB (DCON). The counter information may be checked from the machines control panel. 3. Construction of the Soft Counter a. Construction of Soft Counter-Related Memory To ensure the reliability of the counters, the following three types of memories are used: a-1 SRAM (main controller PCB) This is a means of backup also used in other models. The SRAM is soldered to the main controller PCB, and its data is backed up by the battery on the main controller PCB. It has two areas for counter information and one area for the serial number

Counter Memory PCB (EEPROM) The counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM) is connected by way of a connector (parallel I/F) on the main controller PCB.

of each specific machine. a-2 Parallel EEPROM (counter memory PCB) It is a non-volatile read/write memory which does not require a battery. It is soldered to the counter memory PCB, which is screwed to the main controller PCB. It has one area for counter information, and it also maintains the serial number information of each specific machine.
Counter memory PCB Parallel EEPROM Counter reading Serial No. memory Serial number PCB Serial EEPROM Serial No.

CPU

Counter reading/ serial No. matching

Counter reading memory

Counter reading memory

Primary battery Serial No. SRAM Main controller PCB

Figure 3-101 Construction of Soft Counter-Related Memory

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a-3 Serial EEPROM (serial number PCB) It is a non-volatile memory which does not require a battery. The serial EEPROM on the serial number PCB found to the rear of the machines hard disk is used to maintain the serial number information of each specific machine. The machines print speed is switched based on the information from the serial number PCB, and the PCB is mounted in a location that prevents easy replacement. b. Control Mechanism When a count is incremented and when the machine in standby, a periodical check is made on counter readings with reference to the serial number of each specific machine and counter readings. Serial Number serial EEPROM data SRAM data parallel EEPROM data Counter readings SRAM data (2 areas) parallel EEPROM data If a mismatch is found in the data items, the memory area in question may be corrected according to the principle of majority rule or a service call may be issued. If one reading (A) is different from the remaining two readings (B, C), the reading (A) is identified as wrong and corrected so that it will be the same as the other two (B, C). 2-3 Error Codes The error codes used in association with the machine's control mechanisms are as follows: Code E245 Description The number of writes made to the counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM) has executed a specific number (upper limit of 1,500l,000). E246 E247 An error has occurred when writing to the counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM; a normal counter reading cannot be written). The three readings, of the SRAM (2 areas) or the main controller PCB and the counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM) do not match. The serial number PCB is faulty.

E350

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E354 It is indicated when the main controller PCB and the counter memory PCB are replaced simultaneously (prohibited) or the serial number PCB is replaced.

E354

The serial number information held by the serial number PCB does not match the serial number information held by the main controller PCB (SRAM) or the counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM); or, the appropriate serial number has not been entered to the main controller PCB (SRAM) or the counter and the counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM).

E355 It is indicated if the main controller PCB and the counter memory PCB are replaced simultaneously (prohibited).

E355

The serial numbers of the serial number PCB, main controller PCB (SRAM), and counter memory PCB (parallel EEPROM) do not match.

d. Differences from the CP660 The following explains how the CLC1150/1130s method (used by the machine) differs from the one used by the CP660: d-1 Serial Number Input In the CP660, the serial number must be entered in service mode whenever the reader controller PCB (RCON) is replaced. In the CLC1150/1130, on the other hand, the serial number is automatically read from the serial number PCB, not requiring entering the serial number in service mode when replacing the reader or main controller PCB. d-2 Counter Memory PCB The CP660 is quipped with an IC socket for EEPROM on its reader controller PCB (RCON). In the case of the CLC1150/1130, on the other hand, a parallel EEPROM is soldered to the counter memory PCB. The counter memory PCB is connected using the connector (parallel interface) of the main controller PCB, and is secured in place with screws, making illegal manipulation of counter data difficult (as by copying EEPROM contents).
Counter memory PCB Serial number PCB

Serial number input

EEPROM SRAM SRAM Reader controller PCB CP660 Main control PCB (E82/E72)

Figure 3-102

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The machines ROM version may be upgraded by any of the following ways: Using the Download Tool Replacing the DIMM ROM It may be upgraded using the Download Tool as follows: 1. Download Tool The Service Support Tool, which is a program for downloading, is a modified (upwardly compatible) version of the one used for the CP660, GP405, or GP605. The interface, operating system, and operating environment remain the same. 2. Download Connector The download connector is located to the right rear of the machine.

Types of DIMM ROMs in Question The following types allow re-writing using the Download Tool: ROM on the main controller PCB System program within the hard disk drive.

Download Switch The machine is not equipped with a download switch. To switch between LOAD and COPY, use service mode.

Download connector

Figure 3-103

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Chapter 4 Accessories

Trainer's Reference DADF-D1


1. Features a. Designed Exclusively for Stream Reading It is exclusively designed for stream reading in all modes. b. Identifies the Size of Originals It detects the length (feeding direction) and width of an original, sending the resulting size information to its host device. c. Supports Double-Sided Originals It uses a reversing mechanism to support double-sided originals. d. Extra-Length Mode
*1: To use extra-length mode, appropriate settings must be made in service mode.

Extra-length* mode may be selected, enabling handling of an original as long as 630 mm. e. Supports Mixed Sizes (same or different configurations) It accepts two different original sizes.

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2. Specifications
Item Pickup Original orientation Original placement Original separation Original type Auto pickup/delivery Face-up on original tray Center reference on original tray Top separation Single-sided original: 38 to 18 g/m2 Double-sided original: 50 to 128 g/m2 A5 to A3/STMT to 279.4 431.8mm (11"17") Width: 148 (A5R) to 297 (A3) mm Length: 140 (STMT) to (11"17") mm 100 sheets 100 sheets Single-sided, double-sided If length is 432 mm or more, 60 to 90 g/m2. In extra-length mode, up to 630 mm (80 g/m2 paper or less) 80 g/m2 paper or less 80 g/m2 paper or less 80 g/m2 paper or less Description Remarks

Original size

Original tray capacity Original delivery tray capacity Original handling mode

Original size identification Yes (default sizes only) Residual original Mixed original sizes Yes (in conjunction with host) Yes (same configuration) If of same configuration, AB: A4/A3, B5/B4, A5/A4R Yes (different configurations) If of different configurations, AB: A3/B4, A4/B5, B4/A4R, B5/A5 Yes (50 mm or less in thickness)

Book original

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Item Communication with host device Power supply Weight Dimensions Serial number Operating environment Temperature Humidity IPC communication 2

Description

Remarks

24 VDC (from host device) 12.0 kg (approx.) 565 (W) 508 (D) 160 (H) mm xxxx Same as host device

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3. External View

[4]

[5]

[3]

[2]

[1] [6]

[1] Upper cover [2] Rear cover [3] ADF controller cover

[4] Side guide [5] Pickup tray [6] Front cover

Figure 4-101

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4. Cross Section

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5] [6] [7]

[8]

[9]

[13]

[12]

[11]

[10]

[1] Feeding large roller [2] Registration roller 2 [3] Registration roller lower [4] Registration roller upper [5] Separation pad [6] Feed roller [7] Separation plate

[8] Pickup roller [9] Delivery tray [10] Delivery reversing roller lower [11] Delivery reversing roller upper [12] Read roll 2 [13] Read roll 1

Figure 4-102

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Feed motor drive signal


M2

DADF-D1

5. Drive Chart

Original detection signal (by read sensor) Original sensor SL2


M3 S1

S2

Locking solenoid drive signal Delivery reversal motor drive signal Registration 1 original detection signal Pickup motor drive signal
M1

PI1 S3

CL1
PI5

Pickup clutch drive signal Post-separation original detection signal Original set signal

ADF controller PCB

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PI4 PI3

A4R/LTRR identification signal

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Large-/small-size identification signal

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6. Operations a. Outline The machine executes the following four types of operation modes; it executes each mode according to the instructions from its host device (see the table for names of modes and corresponding print modes):

Operation [1] CW pickup/delivery

Outline Picks up an original; after printing, delivers it as it is.

Corresponding printer mode single-sided original to single-sided print single-sided original to double-sized print single-sided originals of different configurations (small-size) to single-sided print single-sided originals of different configurations (small-size) to double-sided print double-sided original to double-sided print double-sided original to single-sided print double-sided original of mixed configurations (small-size) to single-sided print double-sided originals of different configurations (small-size) to double-sided print double-sided originals of different configurations (large-size) to double-sided print double-sided originals of different configurations (large-size) to single-sided print

[2] CW pickup/reversal delivery

Picks up an original; after printing, reverses and delivers it.

[3] idle feed/pickup/delivery

Feeds an original without printing to identify its size; picks it up once again, and delivers it as it is after printing. Feeds an original without printing to identify its size; picks it up once again, reverses it, and delivers it as it is after printing.

[4] idle feed/reversal pickup/delivery

single-sided original of different configurations (large-size) to single-side print single-sided originals of different configurations (large-size) to double-sided print extra-length original to single-sided print

The terms small-size and large-size refer to the following:


Small-size Large-size A5R, A4R, B5R, LTRR, A5, A4, B5, LTR, STMT A3, B4, LGL, 279.4 431.8 mm (11"17")

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b. CCW Pickup/Delivery (from single-sided to single-sided) Figure 4-104 shows the flow of originals.

Original

Pickup

Wait for reading

Arching 1

Wait for reading

Arching 2

Delivery

Figure 4-104

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c. CW Pickup/Reversed Delivery (double-sided to double-sided) Figure 4-105a shows the flow of originals.
Original

Pickup

Reading the face

Arching 1

Reversal

Arching 2

Arching Wait for reading To next page

Figure 4-105a

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Wait for reading

Feeding

Reading the back

Feeding

Feeding

Delivery

Reversal

Figure 4-105b

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d. Idle Feeding/Pickup/Delivery (mixed configurations, double-sided (large-size) to double-sided) Figure 4-106a shows the flow of originals.

Pickup

Wait for reading

Idle feeding

Reading the back

Re-pickup from reversal assembly

Feeding

Arching To next page

Figure 4-106a

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Reversal

Wait for reading

Reading the face

Delivery

Figure 4-106b

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e. Idle Feeding/Reversed Pickup/Delivery (different configurations, single-sided (large-size) to singlesided) Figure 4-107 shows the flow of originals.

Pickup

Feeding 2

Idle feeding

Reversal

Re-pickup from reversal assembly

Wait for reading

Feeding 1 To next page

Figure 4-107a
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Reading the face

Delivery

Figure 4-107b

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7. Detecting Originals a. Outline The machine uses one of two methods of detecting an original according to the selected print mode: In normal printing mode (other than mixed configurations printing mode and extra-length mode) Mixed configurations printing mode and extra-length mode b. Normal Printing (other than mixed configurations printing mode and extra-length mode) In normal printing, originals are identified in any of the following three ways:
Function Detecting the presence/absence of an original Detecting the initial original size Feeding direction Description Finds out whether there is an original on the original tray. Sensor used (notation) Original set sensor (PI1)

Finds out the length of the original set on the original tray (distinction between small size and large size). Detects the width of the original set on the original tray.

Large-/small-size distinction sensor (PI3)

Cross-feeding direction

Detecting the size of the last original Cross-feeding direction

Original width volume (VR1) A4R/LTRR distinction sensor (PI4) Post-separation sensor (S3)

Finds out the length of the original in feeding direction within the feeding path.

c. Mixed Configurations Printing Mode and Extra-Length Mode In mixed configurations printing mode, originals are identified in any of the following two ways:

Function Detecting the presence/absence of an original Detecting the length of an original

Description Finds out the presence/absence of an original on the original tray.

Sensor used (notation) Original set sensor (PI1)

If the post-separation sensor (S3) is off (smallsize) at the read wait position, Computes the length with reference to the feed distance from where the post-separation sensor turns off (passage of trailing edge) to where it stops at the wait position. If the post-separation sensor (S3) is off (smallsize) at the read wait position, Computes the length with reference to the feed distance from where the read sensor (S2) turns on during idle reversal to where the read sensor (S2) turns off.

Post-separation sensor (S3)

Post-separation sensor (S3)

Read sensor (S2)

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8. Table of Sizes for Identification The following tables show the default sizes that the machine identifies:

[AB-Configuration]

Default size A5R B5R A5

Original width W (mm) 148 < W <164 164 < W <195 195 < W <235

Post-separation sensor (S3) OFF ON OFF ON OFF

A4R B5 235 < W <267 B4 A4 267 < W <297 A3

ON OFF ON

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9. Maintenance and Inspection a. Periodically Replaced Parts The machine does not have parts that must be replaced on a periodical basis: b. Consumables and Durables Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of warranty of the machine because of wear or damage. Replace them as necessary by referring to the guide below. The number of originals picked up by the machine may be checked in the service mode of the host device.
No. 1 2 3 4 Part name Pickup roller Feed roller Separation pad Separation pale Part No. Q'ty 1 1 1 1 Life 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 Remarks The number of copies represents the actual number of copies made, which may be checked in the service mode of the host device (COPIER>COUNTER>DURABLE).

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c. Scheduled Servicing Chart : Clean : Replace Intervals Ref. No. Part name 80,000 sheets 160,000 copies or 6 mo or 1 yr Remarks : Lubricate : Adjust : Inspect

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

Copyboard glass Copyboard glass retainer Platen guide White pale Vertical size pale Post-separation sensor Read sensor Delivery reversal sensor Registration roller upper Registration roller lower Registration roller 2 Feed large roller Feed roll 1 Feed roll 2 Delivery reversal roller upper Delivery reversal roller lower Pickup roller Separation pad Feed roller Separation plate

Components of the reader unit

The number of copies represents the actual number of copies made, which may be checked in the service mode of the host device (COPIER>COUNTER>DURAB LE).

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Figure 4-108 shows the arrangement of the parts that are serviced on a periodical basis.

[7]

[6]

[5] [4]

[1] [13] [14] [15]

[12]

[2] [8]

[9]

[3]

[11]

[10]

Figure 4-108

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1. Specifications a. Finisher

Item Stacking method Stacking direction Operating mode

Specifications Tray ascent/descent type (2-level tray) Face-up/face-down Non-sort stacking Sort stacking (stack offset stacking) Staple stacking AB: A3, A4, A4R, A5, A5R, B4, B5, B5R 64 to 200 g/m2 Tray 1 L size: 74 mm (equivalent of 500 sheets) S size: 147 mm (equivalent of 1,000 sheets) Tray 2 L size: 74 mm (equivalent of 500 sheets) S size: 147 mm (equivalent of 1,000 sheets) Tray 1 L size: 500 sheets/30 sets/74 mm S size: 750 sheets/30 sets/110 mm Tray 2 L size: 500 sheets/30 sets/74 mm S size: 750 sheets/30 sets/110 mm Size: 44 mm (equivalent of 300 sheets) Staple: 22 mm (150 sheets, 30 sets) Yes No A signal is issued if the maximum is exceeded for each size and tray; in staple mode, a signal will also be issued for an excess number of sets and sheets or an excess height. Latching by mounting plate 669 (W) 582 (D) 1052 (H) mm (punch width of 744.5 mm) 25 kg (X2); 49 kg (X3); 3.5 kg (punch) From host device 170 W or less

Remarks

Stack offset: 30 mm

Stack paper size Stack paper weight Stack height (for nonstapling)

Stacking height (for stapling)

Values within parentheses represent 80 g paper. Alignment is not guaranteed if 750 sheets or more.

Mixed stacking

Paper detection Control panel/display Overflow

Mounting Dimensions Weight Power supply Maximum power consumption Operating noise

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b. Stapler Item Stapling method Stapling position Paper size Specifications Punching by rotating cam See Figure 4-201. 1-point stapling: A4R, LTRR, LGL Angle stapling (rear): A3, A4, B4, B5, 279.4431.8 mm (11"17"), LTR Angle stapling (front): A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 279.4431.8 mm (11"17"), LGL, LTR, LTRR 2-point stapling: A3, A4, B4, B5, 279.4431.8 mm (11"17"), LTR Stapling capacity S size: 50 sheets L size: 30 sheets Equivalent of 80 g paper. Includes 2 thick sheets (covers). Remarks Face down stapling

Staple replenishment Staple Staple detection Manual stapling

Special cartridge Special staples Yes No

1 1-pint stapling (front) A3 B4 A4 A4R B5 LDR LGL LTR LTRR

2 1-point stapling (rear) A4R LTRR LGL

3 1-point stapling (rear) A3 B4 A4 B5 LDR LTR

30

30

4.42 4.42 Standard width: 62

52 Standard width: 62

42

4 2-point taping size L2 L1 L3 A3 A4 B4 B5 LDR LTR Stapling position accuracy L3 L2 L1 52 82.74 202.74 52 62.74 182.74 52 73.74 193.74

Figure 4-201

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c. Saddle Stitcher

Item Stacking method Binding

Specifications Folding in two, stacking Middle (stack folded in 2)

Remarks Fixed tray By roller. Middle position may be adjusted. With reference to middle Fixed interval

Binding position

See Figure 4-202.

Paper size Paper type

A3, B4, A4R, 279.4431.8 mm (11"17"), LTRR 64 to 80 (one cover of 64 to 200 g/m2) No special paper, postcard, or transparency allowed. Includes one cover.

Stack thickness

w/o binding: 1 sheets w/ binding: 2 to 15 sheets 5 sheets or less: 25 sets 6 to 10 sheets: 15 sets 11 to 15 sheets: 10 sets By special cartridge Special staple No A signal will be issued when a maximum stack is exceeded. From host device. 160 W or less

Stack

Staple replenishment Staple type Trimmer Overflow Power supply Maximum power consumption

2,000 staples/cartridge Same as STS-D1.

Binding position accuracy size A3 B4 A4R LDR LTRR L3 L2 L1 88.5 208.5 210 68.5 188.5 182 165 148.5 45 79.7 199.7 216 168 139.7 48

L12 L22 Feed direction L31

Figure 4-202
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d. Puncher

Item Punch Paper type Reciprocating method 64 to 200 g/m2

Specifications

Remarks Consecutive handling No transparency or tracing paper is allowed.

Paper size

2-hole: A3, A4, A4R, B5, B5R 3-hole: 279.4 431.8 mm (11"17"), LTRR 4-hole: A3, A 2-hole: 6.5 mm 3-hole: 8.0 mm 4-hole: 6.5 mm 2-hole: 10,000 sheets or more 3-hole: 5,000 sheets or more 4-hole: 5,000 sheets or more See Figure 4-203. By finisher 120 W or less Equivalent of 80 g/m2 paper.

Hole diameter

Waste paper

Hole position accuracy Power supply Maximum power consumption

1 2-hole (non-USA) X1 A4/A3 B5/B4 A4R B5R 108.53 88.53 653 513

801

X1 123

2 3-hole (USA)

X1 LTR/LDR 1081 X1 123

31.53

1081

3 4-hole (FRN) X1 A4/A3 801 801 801 X1 123 28.53

4 4-hole (SWE) X1 A4/A3 211 701 211 X1 123 92.53

Figure 4-203
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2. Maintenance and Inspection a. Periodically Replaced Parts The machine does not have parts that must be replaced on a periodical basis. b. Consumables and Durables Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of warranty of the machine because of wear or damage. Replace them as necessary by referring to the guide below. The number of times each durable of the machine has been used may be checked in the service mode of the host device (COPIER>COUNTER>DURABLE).
No. 1 Part name Stapler (handling tray) Stapler (saddle stitcher) Knurled belt Stapler paddle Part No. EB4-5390 Q'ty 1 Life 500,000 stapling operations 100,000 saddle stitching operations 2,000,000 times 1,000,000 operations 1,000,000 operations Paddle unit Paddle rubber only 2-hole model 3-hole model 4-hole model 4-hole model (SWD) Remarks 5,000 staples/cartridge

EB3-7860

2,000 staples/cartridge

3 4

FB4-6656 EG5-8178 FB4-6825 FG6-6235 FG6-6236 FG6-6237 FG6-6238

2 2

Puncher

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3. Scheduled Maintenance Chart
No. 1 2 3 Item Knurled belt Stapler paddle Penetrating type sensor (punch) Intervals Same as minimum maintenance interval of host device. Remarks Cleaning

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