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FO-475A

SERVICE MANUAL
No. 00ZFO475A/SME

FACSIMILE

MODEL FO-475

CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications ............................................ 1-1 [1] Circuit description ...................................... 5-1
[2] Operation panel......................................... 1-2 [2] Circuit description of control PWB ..............5-2
[3] Transmittable documents .......................... 1-4 [3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB .......... 5-8
[4] Installation ................................................. 1-5 [4] Circuit description of
[5] Quick reference guide ............................... 1-7 power supply PWB ............................ 5-11
[5] Circuit description of CIS unit ................... 5-11
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS
[1] Adjustments ............................................... 2-1 CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND
[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch .......... 2-2 PARTS LAYOUT
[3] Troubleshooting ...................................... 2-17 [1] Control PWB circuit ................................... 6-1
[4] Error code table....................................... 2-18 [2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit ................................. 6-9
[3] Power supply PWB circuit ...................... 6-13
CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS
[4] Operation panel PWB circuit ................... 6-15
[1] General description .................................. 3-1
[2] Disassembly and assembly CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART
procedures ....................................... 3-3 [1] Protocol ..................................................... 7-1
[2] Power on sequence .................................. 7-2
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram ............................................4-1 CHAPTER 8. OTHERS
[2] Wiring diagram .......................................... 4-2 [1] Service tools .............................................. 8-1
[3] Point-to-point diagram ............................... 4-3 [2] IC signal name .......................................... 8-4
PARTS GUIDE

Parts marked with " " is important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

This document has been published to be used


SHARP CORPORATION for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT

(Danish) ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English) Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the equipment manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
(Finnish) VAROITUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French) ATTENTION
Il y a danger d’explosion s’ il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
même type ou d’un type recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rébut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish) VARNING
Explosionsfare vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.
(German) Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien dürfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.

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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

[1] Specifications
Automatic dialing: Rapid Key Dialing: 10 numbers Effective scanning width: 210 mm max.
Speed Dialing: 20 numbers
Contrast control: Automatic/Dark selectable
Memory size*: 512KB (approx. 20 average pages with no
Copy function: Standard
voice messages recorded, or 24 minutes
of voice messages (including OGMs) with Telephone function: Standard
no documents in memory) (cannot be used for incoming/outgoing
if power fails)
Fax paper: Initial starter roll (included with fax
machine): 10 m roll Power requirements: 230-240 V AC, 50 Hz
Recommended replacement roll: Operating temperature: 5 to 35°C
FO-40PR (50 m roll)
Humidity: Maximum: 85 %
Automatic document feeder: 10 sheets max.
Power consumption: Stand-by: 6.0 W
Paper cutting method: Automatic cutter
Maximum: 120 W
Modem speed: 9600 bps with automatic fallback to
Dimensions: Width: 308 mm
7200, 4800, or 2400 bps
Depth: 256 mm
Transmission time* : Approx. 15 seconds (Sharp special mode)
Height: 138 mm
Display: 16-digit LCD display
Weight: Approx. 2.6 kg
Reception modes: FAX, TEL, TEL/FAX, ANS.
* Based on ITU-T (CCITT) Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in Sharp
Resolution: Horizontal:
special mode, excluding time for protocol signals (i.e., ITU-T phase C
8 dots/mm
time only).
Vertical:
Standard: 3.85 lines/mm
Fine/Halftone: 7.7 lines/mm
Super fine (transmission only):
15.4 lines/mm
Halftone (grayscale): 64 levels
Recording system: Thermal recording
Applicable telephone line: Public switched telephone network
Compatibility: ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode
Configuration: Half-duplex, desktop transceiver
Compression scheme: MH, HR, Sharp
Scanning method: Sheet-feeder CIS (Contact Image Sensor)
Effective recording width: 210 mm max.
Input document size: Automatic feeding:
Width  148 to 216 mm
Length  140 to 297 mm
Manual feeding:
Width  148 to 216 mm
Length  140 to 600 mm

As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for procduct
improvement without prior notice. The performance specifications figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some
deviation from these values in individual units.

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[2] Operation panel

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

PANEL RELEASE

RECEPTION
MODE FUNCTION RESOLUTION REC REPEAT PLAY/SKIP DELETE REMINDER
TEL FAX

DOWN VOLUME UP
ANSWERING
TEL/FAX ANS DIGITAL SYSTEM

ABC DEF STOP


SPEED DIAL

01 02

GHI JKL MNO COPY/HELP


REDIAL
03 04

PQRS TUV WXYZ 05 06


HOLD/SEARCH
START/MEMORY
07 08

SPEAKER

09 10/POLL

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1. Display 13. Number keys


This displays messages and prompts during operation and Use these keys to dial numbers, and enter number and letters
programming. during number/name storing procedures.
2. PANEL RELEASE 14. SPEED DIAL key
Pull this release toward you to open the operation panel. Press this key to dial a 2-digit Speed Dial number.
3. RECEPTION MODE key 15. REDIAL key
Press this key to select the reception mode. An arrow in the Press this key to automatically redial the last number dialed.
display will point to the currently selected reception mode. 16. SPEAKER key
4. FUNCTION key Press this key to hear the line and fax tones through the
Press this key to select various special function. speaker when sending a document, or dialing a voice number.
5. RESOLUTION key Note: This is not a speakerphone. You must pick up the
Press this key to adjust the resolution and contrast before handset to talk with the other party.
sending or copying a document. 17. HOLD/SEARCH key
6. VOLUME keys Press this key to search for an automatic dialing number,
Press these keys to adjust the volume of the speaker when or, during a phone conversation, press this key to put the
the SPEAKER key has been pressed, or the volume of the other party on hold.
ringer at all other times. 18. Rapid Dial keys
7. REC key Press one of these keys to dial a fax or voice number
Press this key to record a phone conversation or a message. automatically. (Note that you must attach the Rapid Key
8. REPEAT key labels.)
Press this key to repeat playback of a message. 19. START/MEMORY key
9. PLAY/SKIP key Press this key to send or receive a document manually
Press this key to play recorded messages. During playback, when off hook.
press it to skip forward to the next message. 20. COPY/HELP key
10. DELETE key When a document is in the feeder, press this key to make
Press this key to erase recorded messages. a copy. At any other time, press this key to print out the
11. REMINDER key Help List, a quick refernce guide to the opeation of your
Press this key to send a fax and/or voice message to another fax.
party or to yourself at a preset time.
12. STOP key
Press this key to stop operations before they are completed.

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[3] Transmittable documents 5. Automatic Document Feeder Capacity


Number of pages that can be placed into the feeder at anytime is as
1. Document Sizes follows:

width 148 – 216 mm Normal size: max. ADF 10 sheets


Normal size
length 140 – 297 mm Special size: single sheet only (manual feed)
NOTES: • When you need to send or copy more pages than the feeder
limit, place additional pages in feeder when last page in
feeder is being scanned.
(Max.)
• Place additional pages carefully and gently in feeder.
If force is used, double-feeding or a document jam may
(Max.) 600mm result.
A4 size
(Min.)
297mm 6. Readable Width & Length
140mm
The readable width and length of a document are slightly smaller than
148mm 216mm 216mm the actual document size.
[Normal size] [Special size] Note that characters or graphics outside the effective document scan-
ning range will not be read.
Use document carrier sheet for smaller documents.
* With special sizes, only one sheet can be fed into the machine at a
• Readable width
time. Insert next page into feeder as current page is being scanned. 210 mm, max.

2. Paper Thickness & Weight


Thickness 0.06–0.12 mm
ADF 10
Normal size 52–104g/m2
sheets Weight
14–28lbs
Thickness 0.12–0.20 mm
Special size
Weight 52–157 g/m2

3. Document Types Readable width


• Normal paper
Documents handwritten in pencil (No. 2 lead or softer), fountain pen,
ball-point pen, or felt-tipped pen can be transmitted.
Documents of normal contrast duplicated by a copying machine can • Readable length
also be transmitted. This is the length of the document sent minus 4 mm from the top and
• Diazo copy (blue print) bottom edges.
Diazo copy documents of a normal contrast may be transmitted.
• Carbon copy 4mm
A carbon copy may be transmitted if its contrast is normal.

Readable length
4. Cautions on Transmitting Documents
• Documents written in yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink cannot
be transmitted. 4mm
• Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before the
documents can be transmitted.
• All clips, staples and pins must be removed from documents be-fore
transmission.
• Patched (taped) documents should be copied first on a copier and
then the copies used for transmission.
• All documents should be fanned before insertion into the feeder to
prevent possible double feeds.

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7. Use of Document Carrier Sheet 2. Connections


A document carrier sheet must be used for the following documents. 1 Connect the handset as shown and place it on the handset rest.
• Those with tears. ♦ Make sure the handset cord goes into the unmarked socket on the
side of the machine!
• Those smaller than size 148 mm (W) x 140 mm (L).
♦ Use the handset to make ordinary phone calls, or to transmit and
• Carbon-backed documents receive documents manually.
Make print straight ♦ The ends of the handset lead are identical, so they will go into
across paper either socket.
E.G.
Place the document
carrier in the document
feeder with the clear film
side down

Direction of insertion

NOTE: To transmit a carbon-backed document, insert a white sheet of


paper between the carbon back of the document and the docu-
ment carrier.
• Those containing an easily separable writing substance (e.g., trac-
ing paper written on with a soft, heavy lead pencil).
NOTES: • When using the document carrier, carefully read the in-


structions written on the back.
If the document carrier is dirty, clean it with a soft, moist
2 Plug the power lead into a 230-240 V, 50 Hz, earthed (3-prong) AC
outlet.
cloth, and then dry it before using for transmission. ♦ Caution: When disconnecting the fax, unplug the telephone line
• Do not place more than one document in the carrier at a cord before unplugging the power lead.
time. ♦ Caution: The mains outlet (socket outlet) should be installed near
the equipment and be easily accessable.
[4] Installation ♦ The machine does not have a power on/off switch, so the power
is turned on and off by simply plugging or unplugging the power
1. Site selection lead.

Take the following points into consideration when selecting a site for this Note: If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power
model. surges, we recommend that you install surge protectors for
the power and telephone lines. Surge protectors can be pur-
ENVIRONMENT chased from at most telephone specialty stores.
• The machine must be installed on a level surface.
• Keep the machine away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sun-
light, and dust.
• Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the machine. In
particular, keep the area in front of the machine clear, or the original
document may jam as it comes out after scanning.
• The temperature should be between 5° and 35°C.
• The humidity should be between 30% and 85% (without conden-

3 Insert one end of the telephone line cord into the adapter. Insert the
sation).
ELECTRICITY
other end of the line cord into the socket on the back of the fax marked
230-240 V, 50 Hz, earthed (3-prong) AC outlet is required. "TEL. LINE".
Caution! Plug the adapter into the telephone socket on the wall.
• Connection to a power source other than that specified will cause ♦ Be sure to insert the telephone line cord into the "TEL. LINE"
damage to the equipment and is not covered under the warranty. socket. Do not insert into the "TEL. SET" socket.

• If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges,


we recommend that you install a surge protector for the power and
telephone lines. Surge protectors can be purchased at most telephone
specialty stores.
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place...
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, it is possible that
the reading glass may fog up, preventing proper scanning of documents TEL
For Australia SET. TEL
for transmission. To remove the fog, turn on the power and wait approxi- LIN .
E
mately 2 hours before using the machine.
TELEPHONE JACK
A standard telephone jack must be located near the machine.
This is the telephone jack commonly used in most homes and offices.
• Plugging the fax machine into a jack which is not an jack may result For New Zealand
in damage to the machine or your telephone system. If you do not
know what kind of jack you have, or needed to have one installed,
contact the telephone company.

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3. Original document support 3 Unwrap the roll of fax paper and place it in the compartment.
1 Rotate the original document support so that it points straight out. • Important: The roll must be placed so that the leading edge of
the paper unrolls as shown. (The paper is only coated on one
side for printing. If the roll is placed backwards, the paper will
come out blank after printing.)
NO!

YES

4. Paper Guide
1 Attach the paper guide by inserting the ends into the holes in the
front of the fax as shown.

4 Insert the leading edge of the paper into the paper inlet. Continue to
push the paper through the inlet until it comes out of the opening in
the front of the fax.
Paper inlet

5. Loading the fax paper


• Your fax machine prints incoming faxes on a special kind of paper
called thermal paper.
• The fax’s print head creates text and images by applying heat to
the thermal paper.
Note: The power must be on (plug in the power cord) when loading
fax paper in the fax machine.
1 Pull the release marked PANEL RELEASE toward you and open the
operation panel.
The paper will reappear here. Make
sure it is aligned between the arrows
on each side of the guide, and then
passes under the plate and out the
front of the fax.
5 Close the operation panel, marking sure it clicks into place.
Press here to close
2
Click!

2 Remove the packing paper from the paper compartment.


Remove cardboard and tape 1

6 A short length of the fax paper will feed out and be cut off. (If this
doesn’t happen, repeat the loading procedure.)
Note: The fax has a built-in anti-curl mechanism that will help to
reduce paper curling problems. The anti-curl mechanism is
more effective at the beginning of the paper roll and less
effective towards the end.

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6. Clearing a jammed document 3 Cut off the wrinkled part of the paper.
If the original document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or
copying, or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try press-
ing the START/MEMORY key. If it doesn’t feed out, remove it as follows:
Important: Do not try to remove a document without opening the op-
eration panel. This may damage the feeder mechanism.
1 Pull the release marked PANEL RELEASE toward you and open the
operation panel.

4 Reload the paper.


• Jammed fax paper is often caused by improper loading. Be sure
to carefully follow the instructions for paper loading given in "Load-
ing the Fax Paper" in page 1-5.

2 Remove the document.

5 If the display still shows PAPER JAMMED


If the display still shows PAPER JAMMED after you press the START/
MEMORY key in Step 2 above, the cutter is still engaged in the cutting
position. To open the cutter, turn the fax up on its rear end and insert
7. Clearing jammed fax paper any long, rod-like object with a flat or blunt end into the hole marked

1 Pull the release marked PANEL RELEASE toward you and open the CUTTER RESET. Continue to push the rod in until you feel it move a
lever inside the machine.
operation panel.

TER
CUT T
E
RES

2 Remove the paper roll.


• If any pieces of paper are stuck in the cutter, remove them with
ABC DEF
caution. SPEED DIAL
Press this key to delete
• Press the START/MEMORY key to reset the cutter. the letter highlighted by
GHI JKL MNO
the cursor.
REDIAL
Press this key to move
the cursor to the left.
PQRS TUV WXYZ
HOLD/SEARCH

Press this key to change


case.
SPEAKER
Press this key to move
the cursor to the right.

Press either key repeatedly to select


one of the following symbols.

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[5] Quick reference guide SETTING THE DATE AND TIME


FUNCTION
Press: 3
INSTALLATION
Display shows: DATE & TIME SET
STRAT/MEMORY
Press the START/MEMORY key:

Enter two digits for the Day (01 through 31).


TEL
For Australia SET. TEL
LIN .
E
Enter two digits for the Month (01 through 12).
Enter four digits for the Year (EX: 1998).
Enter two digits for the Hour (01 through 23).
Enter two digits for the Minute (00 through 59).
START/MEMORY
For New Zealand When finished, press: STOP

1. Connect the handset as shown.


2. Plug the power cord into a earthed, 230-240 V outlet. STORING AND CLEARING NUMBERS FOR AUTO DIALING
FUNCTION
3. Plug one end of the telephone line into the "TEL. LINE" socket on the rear of 1. Press: 3
the fax, and the other end into your telephone wall socket.
Caution: When disconnecting the fax, unplug the telephone line before the Display shows: FAX/TEL # MODE
power cord.
4. If desired, connect an extension phone to the "TEL. SET" socket on the rear of 2. Press "1" to store a number or "2" to clear a number.
the fax. 3. Enter a 2-digit Speed Dial number (from 01 to 10 for Rapid Key Dialing, or 11 to
30 for Speed Dialing). (If you are clearing a number, go to Step 7.)
RECORDING AN OUTGOING MESSAGE 4. Enter the full telephone/fax number.
FUNCTION STRAT/MEMORY
1. Press: STRAT/MEMORY
0 5. Press:
2. Press a number to select the type of outgoing
message (OGM): 6. Enter the name of the location by pressing number keys (max. of 20 charac-
ters). (Refer to the letter entry table in ENTERING YOUR NAME AND
General OGM: 0
NUMBER.)
Box 1 OGM: 1 START/MEMORY
STOP
7. Press:
Box 2 OGM: 2

Box 3 OGM: 3
SENDING DOCUMENTS
Transfer OGM: 4
Place your document (up to 10
3. Pick up the handset, press the START/MEMORY key, and speak into the pages) face down in the docu-
handset. ment feeder.
4. When finished, replace the handset or press the STOP key. Press the STOP
key twice to return to the date and time display.

ENTERING YOUR NAME AND NUMBER


FUNCTION
1. Press: Normal Dialing SPEAKER
3
1. Lift the handset or press
Display shows: OWN NUMBER SET 2. Dial the fax number.
STRAT/MEMORY

2. Press: 3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person answers, ask them to press their Start
key).
3. Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits) by pressing the number keys. STRAT/MEMORY

♦ If you make a mistake, press the HOLD/SEARCH key to move the cursor 4. Press:
back to the mistake, then enter the correct number or letter.
STRAT/MEMORY
Rapid Key Dialing
4. Press: Press the appropriate Rapid Key. Transmission will begin automatically.

5. Enter your name by pressing the appropriate number keys as shown below. Speed Dialing
♦ To enter two letters in succession that require the same key, press the SPEAKER 1. Press: SPEED DIAL
key after entering the first letter.
A= J= T= 2. Enter 2-digit Speed Dial number.
B= K= U= STRAT/MEMORY
3. Press:
C= L= V=

D= M= W=
RECEIVING DOCUMENTS TEL FAX
E= N= X= RECEPTION
MODE 20-FEB 10:30
TEL/FAX ANS
F= O= Y= Press: TEL FAX

G= 20-FEB 10:30
P= Z= ANS
TEL/FAX

TEL FAX
H= Q= SPACE =
20-FEB 10:30
TEL/FAX ANS
I= R= TEL FAX

20-FEB 10:30
S= TEL/FAX ANS

ABC DEF
SPEED DIAL FAX mode: The fax automatically answers on two rings and receives the incoming
Deletes highlighted document.
letter
GHI JKL MNO
REDIAL
TEL/FAX mode: The fax automatically answers and receives incoming documents.
Upper/lower case Voice calls are signalled by a special ringing sound.
shift key
PQRS TUV WXYZ HOLD/
SEARCH
TEL mode: START/MEMORY
Moves cuesor to the
left Fax
tone
SPEAKER
Moves cuesor to the
right
RECEIVING

Press either key one or more times to select


and enter a symbol.
START/MEMORY
STOP
ANS. mode: Select this mode when you want to receive voice messages in the
6. When finished, press: answering machine.

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CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS 3. Settings


(1) Dial mode selector
[1] Adjustments DIAL mode (Soft Switch No. SWB4 DATA No. 3)

(step 1) Select "OPTION SETTING".


General
KEY : FUNCTION 4
Since the following adjustments and settings are provided for this model,
make adjustments and/or setup as necessary. DISPLAY: OPTION SETTING PRESS OR #

1. Adjustments (step 2) Select "DIAL MODE". Cursor


When initially registering,
the mode shows 1=TONE.
Adjustments of output voltage (FACTORY ONLY) KEY: # # # # # # #
When registering again, the
mode which was registered
1. Install the power supply unit in the machine. formerly is shown.
DISPLAY: DIAL MODE 1=TONE, 2=PULSE
2. Set the recording paper and document.
3. When the document is loaded, power is supplied to the output lines. (step 3) Select, using "1" or "2".
Confirm that outputs are within the limits below.
KEY: 1
Output voltage settings
DISPLAY: TONE SELECTED

KEY: 2
TEL/LIU PWB POWER SUPPLY PWB
CNLIUB

DISPLAY: PULSE SELECTED

CNLIUA CN2 (step 4) End, using the "STOP" key.

KEY: STOP

CNLIUA CNLIUB CNPW


4. Method of release of starting lock up by Battery
Reset
(1) Summary
CONTROL PWB
There is a possibility of release of the lock up by reset the signal BATRST
of CPU (FC200), if it lock up when you turn on the power of the set in
Output Voltage limits Connector FO-475 series. We inform you of the method of release.
+5V 4.75V ∼ 5.25V No. CNPW
+24V 23.3V ∼ 24.7V Pin No. (2) Contents
1 DG When you turn on the power of the set without EPROM by your mistake,
2 +5V if you turn off the power after, turn on the power with EPROM again, the
set don’t start.
3 VTH-ON
4 MG In this case, before you judge the CPU (FC200) is wrong, you need to
confirm the release of the lock up by reset the signal BATRST. and un-
5 MG
known origin in the same way.
6 MG
7 +24V Method of the reset of signal BATRST
Short the between leads of the capacitor C5 on the control PWB,
8 VTH X2961-81 in the state of POWER OFF.
9 VTH
10 VTH

2. IC protectors replacement
ICPs (IC Protectors) are installed to protect the motor driver circuit.
ICPs protect various ICs and electronic circuits from an overcurrent con-
dition.
The location of ICPs are shown below:

CNLIUA CNLIUB CNPW

FU100

CONTROL PWB
(TOP SIDE)

(1) FU100 (ICP-S07) is installed in order to protect IC’s from an over-


current generated in the motor drive circuit. If FU100 is open, replace
it with a new one.

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[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch

1. Operating procedure
(1) Entering the diagnostic mode
Press FUNC → 9 → → 8 → # → 7 , and the following display will appear.

ROM Ver. FKC0 After 2 sec: DIAG MODE


FKC0
Then press the START key. Select the desired item with the key or the # key or select with the rapid key. Enter the mode with the START key.
(Diag•specifications)

FUNC 9 8 7 FKC0 DIAG MODE START

Soft switch mode START 1 START Flash memory clear


ROM & RAM check START 2 START Flash memory check

Aging mode START 3 START Entry data receive

Panel key test START 4 START Entry data send

Check pattern mode START 5 10 START Auto feeder mode

Signal send mode START 6 9 START All black mode


Memory clear mode START 7 8 START Shading mode

If the diag mode cannot be set, repeat the diag mode operation, per-
forming the following operation.
After the power is turned on and "WAIT A MOMENT" is indicated, press
the STOP key.

STOP START
KEY KEY
"Power ON" + + In relation with the process response (request from Production
Engineering) "WAIT A MOMENT" clock indication may appear
depending on STOP key timing. If the STOP key is held down,
Memory clear "MEMORY CLEAR?" appears.
(Work + Backup)
2. Diagnostic items
ITEM DIRECT
Contents Function
No. key
1 1 SOFT SWITCH MODE Soft switches are displayed and changed. List can be output.
2 2 ROM & RAM CHECK ROM is sum-checked, and RAM is matched. Result list is output.
3 3 AGING MODE 10 sheets of check patterns are output every 5 minutes per sheet.
4 4 PANEL CHECK MODE Panel keys are tested. Result list is output.
5 5 CHECK PATTERN MODE Check pattern is output.
6 6 SIGNAL SEND MODE Various signals of FAX communication are output.
7 7 MEMORY CLEAR MODE Back-up memory is cleared, and is set at delivery.
8 8 SHADING MODE Shading compensation is performed in this mode.
9 9 ALL BLACK MODE To check the print head, whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m.
10 10 AUTO FEEDER MODE Insertion and discharge of document are tested.
11 − ENTRY DATA SEND Registered content is sent.
12 − ENTRY DATA RECEIVE Registered content is received, and its list is output.
13 − FLASH MEMORY CHECK Flash memory is checked.
14 − FLASH MEMORY CLEAR Data of flash memory is cleared.

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3. Diagnostic items description 3. 6. Signal send mode


3. 1. Soft switch mode The mode is used to send various signals to the circuit during FAX com-
munication. Every push of START key sends a signal in the following
Used to change the soft switch settings.
sequence. Moreover, the signal sound is also output to the speaker when
The soft switch which is stored internally is set by using the keys. the line monitor of the soft switch is on.
The available soft switches are SW-A1 to SW-L2. [1] No signal (CML signal turned on)
The content of soft switches is shown in page 2-5 to 2-16. [2] 9600bps
The contents are set to factory default settings. [3] 7200bps
[4] 4800bps
3. 2. ROM & RAM check
[5] 2400bps
ROM executes the sum check, and RAM executes the matching test.
[6] 300bps (FLAG)
The result will be notified with the number of short sounds of the buzzer
as well as by printing the ROM & RAM check list. [7] 2100Hz (CED)
Number of short sounds of buzzer 0 → No error [8] 1100Hz (CNG)
1 → ROM error
2 → RAM error (32Kbyte) [9] END

3. 3. Aging mode 3. 7. Memory clear mode


If any document is first present, copying will be executed sheet by sheet. This mode is used to clear the backup memory and reset to the default
If no document is present, the check pattern will be printed sheet by settings.
sheet. This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet per 5min-
utes, and will be ended at a total of 10 sheets. 3. 8. Shading mode
3. 4. Panel check mode The mode is used for the shooting compensation. For reading, set up
the special original paper.
The mode is used to check whether each key operates properly
The shooting compensation memorizes the reference data of white and
or not. Press the key on the operation panel, and the key will be dis-
black for reading.
played on the display. Therefore, press all keys. At this time, finally press
the STOP key. Moreover, the memorized data is not erased even if memory clear mode
is executed.
When the STOP key is pressed, the keys which are not judged as
"pressed" will be printed on the result list.
3. 9. All black mode
• LED port of the contact image sensor (CIS) is kept on during the
term from when start of the panel test mode to end with the STOP The mode is used to check the state of the printing head and inten-
key. tionally overheat it. Whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. If it is
overheated or the printing sheet is jammed, press STOP key for the end.
3. 5. Check pattern mode
3. 10. Auto feeder mode
This mode is used to check the status of print head. Two sheets of check
pattern are printed. The following information of check pattern is printed. In this mode, a document is inserted and discharged to check the auto
1 Vertical stripes (alternate white and black lines) Approx. 35 mm
feed function.

2 Full black Approx. 70 mm


After this mode is started, set a document, and the document feed will
be automatically tested.
3 Full white Approx. 35 mm
3. 11. Entry data send
The mode is used to send the registered data to the other machine and
make the other machine copy the registered content.
1 Before sending in this mode, it is necessary to set the other machine at
the entry data receive mode.
The sent content is as follows. After printing is completed, the following
lists are printed.
2 1. Telephone list data
2. Sender register data
3. Optional setting content
4. Soft switch content

3 5. Junk fax number list

RANK 0 or 1 6. Timer reservation data (only on the model which timer reserva-
tion is possible)
Note:
There is a selection RANK 0 or 1 depending on resistance value of the
thermal head. RANK 0 or RANK 1 is printed at the tail of check pattern
to identify.

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3. 12. Entry data receive 3. 13. Flash memory check


In this mode, the registered data sent from the other machine are re- Data writing/read of flash memory is checked, and the result (OK/NG) is
ceived and the received data are registered in the own machine. When printed.
this mode is used for receiving, the other machine must be in the entry
data send mode. 3. 14. Flash memory clear
After receiving is completed, the following lists are printed. All data of flash memory is cleared.
1. Telephone list data The result of clear (OK/NG) is printed.
2. Sender register data (The passcode No. is also printed if the poling
function is provided.)
3. Optional setting list
4. Soft switch content
5. Junk fax number list
6. Timer reservation list (only model which timer communication is
possible)

4. How to make soft switch setting


To enter the soft switch mode, make the following key entries in sequence.

Press FUNCTION 9 8 7 START START

DATA No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
S F T SW-A1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press FUNCTION key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bit1 - 8 are set.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Press START key during setting.

S F T SW-A2 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Soft SW-A2 - SW-L2 are set.
S F T SW-L2 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
To finish the settings halfway between
SW-A1 and SW-L2, press the STOP
key. In this case, the setting being done
to the SW No. on display will be nullified
while settings done to the preceding
SW Nos. remain in effect.
When the COPY key is pressed, the
contents of soft switches are printed.

The soft switch mode is terminated.

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5. Soft switch description


• Soft switch

SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Protect from echo No Yes 0
2 Forced 4800 BPS reception Yes No 0
3 Footer print Yes No 0
4 Length limitation of copy/send/receive No limit Copy/send: 60cm 0
Receive: 1.5m
SW
l 5 CSI transmission No transmitted Transmitted 0
A1 6 DIS receive acknowledgement during G3 Twice NSF: Once 0
transmission DIS: Twice
7 Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission Yes No 0
modem
8 EOL detect timer 25 s 13 s 0
Modem speed V.29 V.27 ter
9600bps 7200bps 4800bps 2400bps
1 No. 1 0 0 0 0 0
2 No. 2 0 0 0 0 0

SW 3 No. 3 0 1 1 0 0
l 4 No. 4 1 1 0 0 1
A2 5 Sender’s information transmit No Yes 0
6 H2 mode No Yes 0
7 Communication error treatment in RTN No communication error Communication error 0
sending mode (reception)
8 CNG transmission No Yes 0
CED tone signal interval 1000ms 750ms 500ms 75ms
1 No. 1 1 1 0 0 0
2 No. 2 1 0 1 0 0

SW 3 MR coding No Yes 0
l 4 Reserved 0
A3 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Signal transmission level Binary input 0
2 No. = 16 8 4 2 1 1
3 1 2 3 4 5 1
SW 4 0 1 1 1 1 1
l
5 1
A4
6 Protocol monitor (error print) Printed at com. err Not printed 0
7 Protocol monitor Yes No 0
8 Line monitor Yes No 0
Digital line equalization setting (Reception) 7.2km 0km
1 No. 1 1 0 1
2 No. 2 1 0 1
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Reserved 0
l
A5 Digital cable equalizer setting (Reception 7.2km 0km
5 for Caller ID) No. 5 1 0 0
6 No. 6 1 0 0
7 Error criterion 10 ~ 20 % 5 ~ 10 % 0
8 Anti junk fax check Yes No 0 OPTION

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Auto gain control (MODEM) Enable Disable 1
2 End Buzzer Yes No 1
3 Disconnect the line when DIS is received in No Yes 1
RX mode
SW 4 Equalizer freeze control (MODEM) On Off 0
l
A6 5 Equalizer freeze control 7200 BPS only No Yes 0
6 CNG transmission in manual TX mode Yes No 1
7 Initial compression scheme for sharp fax in MR mode H2 mode 0
TX mode
8 Reserved 0
1 Recall interval Binary input 0
2 No. = 8 4 2 1 1
3 1 2 3 4 0
SW 4 0 1 0 1 (5 x 60 sec = 5 min) 1
l
5 Recall times Binary input 0
B1
6 No. = 8 4 2 1 0
7 5 6 7 8 1
8 0 0 1 0 (Twice) 0
1 Dial pausing (sec/pause) 4 sec 2 sec 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Busy tone detection (after auto dial) No Yes 1
l
5 Waiting time after dialing 90 sec 45 sec 0
B2
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Reserved 0
l
5 Reserved 0
B3
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Hold function Enable Disable 1
1 Auto Dial Mode Delay timer of before line 3 sec 0 sec 1
connect
2 Auto Dial Mode Delay timer of after line 3.6 sec 3 sec 0
connect
SW 3 Dial mode Tone Pulse 1 OPTION
l
4 Pulse → Tone change function by key Enable Disable 1
B4
5 Dial pulse make/break ratio (%) 40/60 33/67 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 DTMF signal transmission level (Low) Binary input 1
2 No. = 16 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 5 1
SW 4 1 0 1 1 0 (0.5 x 12 = -6 dBm) 1
l
B5 5 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 DTMF signal transmission level (High) Binary input 1
2 No. = 16 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 5 0
SW
4 1 0 0 1 1 (0.5 x 7 = -3.5 dBm) 1
l
B6 5 1
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
Reading slice (Binary) Factory Light Dark Darker in
setting dark mode
1 No. 1 0 1 0 1 0
2 No. 2 0 0 1 1 0
Reading slice (Half tone) Factory Light Dark Darker in
SW setting dark mode
l
C1 3 No. 3 0 1 0 1 0
4 No. 4 0 0 1 1 0
5 Line density selection Fine Standard 0 OPTION
6 Reserved 0
7 MTF correction in half tone mode No Yes 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Number of rings for auto receive Binary input 0 OPTION
2 No. = 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 1
SW 4 0 0 1 0 (4 times) 0
l 5 Automatic switching manual to auto receive Reception after 5 rings No reception 0 OPTION
D1 mode
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Distinctive ringing detection Yes No 0
l
5 Caller ID function Yes No 0 OPTION
D2
CI off detection timer (Distinctive ring 1200ms 1000ms 700ms 350ms
6 setting off only) No. 6 0 1 0 1 0
7 No. 7 0 0 1 1 1
8 Reserved 0
1 Tel/Fax Automatic switching mode Enable Disable 1
Pseudo ringing time at phone/fax automatic 15sec 60sec 30sec 120sec OPTION
2 switching mode No. 2 0 0 1 1 0
3 No. 3 0 1 0 1 0
SW 4 Number of CNG signal detection at the Twice Once 1
l
E1 phone/fax automatic switching mode
5 CNG detect time at TEL/FAX mode 3 sec 5 sec 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Post answer tone transmit in TEL/FAX mode No Yes 0
8 Caller ID country select New Zealand Australia 0

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Pseudo ringer sound output level to the line Binary input 0
2 No. = 8 4 2 1 1
3 1 2 3 4 0
4 0 1 0 1 (-5 dBm -5 = -10 dBm) 1
SW
l (-5 ~ -20 dBm setting)
E2 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
DTMF detection time 50ms 80ms 100ms 120ms

1 No. 1 0 0 1 1 0
2 No. 2 0 1 0 1 0
SW 3 Protection of remote reception (5 ) detect Yes No 0 OPTION
l
F1 4 Remote reception with GE telephone Compatible Not compatible 1
5 Remote operation code figures by external Binary input 0 OPTION
6 TEL (0~9) No. = 8 4 2 1 1
7 5 6 7 8 0
8 0 1 0 1 (5 ) 1
1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode Yes No 1 OPTION
Number of CNG detect (AM mode) 1pulse 2pulses 3pulses 4pulses

2 No. 2 0 0 1 1 0
3 No. 3 0 1 0 1 1
SW
Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode) 1pulse 2pulses 3pulses 4pulses
l
F2
4 No. 4 0 0 1 1 0
5 No. 5 0 1 0 1 1
6 Fax signal detection after telephone mode dial Yes No 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW
4 Reserved 0
l
G1 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Reserved 0
l
G2 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW
4 Reserved 0
l
G3 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Lower 350ms 150ms 0
duration)
2 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Upper 650ms 900ms 0
duration)
3 Reserved 0
4 Busy tone continuous sound detect time 5s 10s 1
SW
5 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect No Yes 0
l
H1 during OGM
6 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect No Yes 0
during ICM
7 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect No Yes 0
during OGM
8 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect No Yes 0
during ICM
Busy tone detection pulse number 2pulses 4pulses 6pulses 10pulses

1 No. 1 0 0 1 1 0
2 No. 2 0 1 0 1 1
3 Fax switching when A.M. full Yes No 0 OPTION
SW
l 4 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect 320 - 570 Hz 320 - 460 Hz 0
H2 frequency
5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
ICM recording time 4min 15s 30s 60s OPTION

1 No. 1 0 0 1 1 0
2 No. 2 0 1 0 1 0
A.M. quiet time 1 2S 3s 4s 5s

SW 3 No. 3 0 0 1 1 0
l 4 No. 4 0 1 0 1 0
I1 A.M. quiet time 2 0s 1s 2s 3s

5 No. 5 0 0 1 1 1
6 No. 6 0 1 0 1 0
7 Key input buzzer on/off switch (Two way On Off 0
recording mode)
8 Reserved 0
1 A.M. quiet detect time Binary input 0
2 No. = 16 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 5 1
SW
4 0 0 1 1 0 (6 sec) 1
l
I2 5 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Alarm during two way recording Yes No 0

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Max OGM record time 15s 60s 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Two way record function Disable Enable 0
SW 4 Toll saver Disable Enable 0 OPTION
l
I3 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 BOX selection to record ICM 2 digits DTMF 1digit DTMF 0
8 Transfer dial recall Disable Enable 0
1 AGC maximum gain (line) Binary input 1
2 (10 ~ 25 dBm ) No. = 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 1
SW 4 1 0 1 0 (23 dB) 0
l
I4 5 AGC maximum gain (Mic) Binary input 1
6 (10 ~ 25 dBm ) No. = 8 4 2 1 0
7 5 6 7 8 1
8 1 0 1 0 (12 dB) 0
1 AGC eref access code (line) Binary input 1
2 (-0 ~ -30 dBm with 2 dBm step) No. = 8 4 2 1 0
3 1 2 3 4 0
SW 4 1 0 0 0 (-14 dB) 0
l
5 AGC eref access code (Mic) Binary input 1
I5
6 (-0 ~ -30 dBm with 2 dBm step) No. = 8 4 2 1 0
7 5 6 7 8 0
8 1 0 0 0 (-18 dB) 0
1 AGC again adaptation threshold (line) Binary input 1
2 (-40 ~ -70 dBm with 2 dBm step) No. = 8 4 2 1 1
3 1 2 3 4 1
SW 4 1 1 1 1 (-70 dB) 1
l
5 AGC again adaptation threshold (Mic) Binary input 1
I6
6 (-40 ~ -70 dBm with 2 dBm step) No. = 8 4 2 1 1
7 5 6 7 8 1
8 1 1 1 1 (-50 dB) 1
AGC slew rate (line) Slow Normal Little fast Fast
1 No. 1 0 0 1 1 0
2 No. 2 0 1 0 1 0
AGC slew rate (Mic) Slow Normal Little fast Fast
3 No. 3 0 0 1 1 0
SW
4 No. 4 0 1 0 1 0
l
I7 5 FAX BOX function Disable Enable 0 OPTION
6 Frequency of voice detection after 800 Hz ~ 1400 Hz 800 Hz ~ 1200 Hz 0
REMINDER dialing
Voice detection time after REMINDER dialing 100ms 200ms 300ms 400ms
7 No. 7 0 0 1 1 0
8 No. 8 0 1 0 1 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Sender’s phone number setting Cannot change Change allowed 0
4 Reserved 0
SW
l 5 Reserved 0
J1 6 Reserved 0
Ringer volume Off Low Middle High OPTION
7 No. 7 0 0 1 1 1
8 No. 8 0 1 0 1 0

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SW DATA Switch setting and function Initial


ITEM Remarks
NO. NO. 1 0 setting
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Polling key Yes NO 0 OPTION
SW 4 Reserved 0
l 5 Reserved 0
J2
Speaker volume Very Low Low Middle High Very High OPTION
6 No. 6 0 0 0 0 1 0
7 No. 7 0 0 1 1 0 1
8 No. 8 0 1 0 1 0 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
Communication results printout Error/Timer Send only Always No print OPTION
SW 3 (Transaction report) No. 3 0 0 1 1 0
l 4 No. 4 0 1 0 1 0
J3
5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Entering DIAG mode by pressing SPEED Yes No 0
key
2 Reserved 0

SW 3 Reserved 0
l 4 Reserved 0
K1 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
OGM / ICM output level Binary input
1 No. = 16 8 4 2 1 1
2 1 2 3 4 5 0
3 1 0 0 0 1 (-17 dBm) 0
SW
l 4 0
L1 5 1
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0
1 Reserved 0
2 Reserved 0
3 Reserved 0
SW 4 Reserved 0
l
L2 5 Reserved 0
6 Reserved 0
7 Reserved 0
8 Reserved 0

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• Soft switch function description SW-A2 No. 7 Communication error treatment in RTN sending mode
(Reception)
SW-A1 No. 1 Protect from echo Used to determine communication error treatment when RTN is sent by
Used to protect from echo in reception. occurrence of a received image error in G3 reception. When it is set to
"1", communication error is judged as no error.
SW-A1 No. 2 Forced 4800BPS reception
SW-A2 No. 8 CNG transmission
When line conditions warrant that receptions take place at 4800 BPS
repeatedly. When set to "0" , this model allows CNG transmission by pressing the
Start key in the key pad dialing mode. When set to "1", CNG transmis-
It may improve the success of receptions by setting at 4800BPS. sion in the key pad dialing mode cannot be performed. In either case,
This improve the receiving document quality and reduces handshake CNG transmission can be performed in the auto dial mode.
time due to fallback during training.
SW-A3 No. 1, No. 2 CED tone signal interval
SW-A1 No. 3 Footer print For international communication, the 2100Hz CED tone may act as an
When set to "1", the date of reception, the sender machine No., and the echo suppression switch, causing a communication problem.
page No. are automatically recorded at the end of reception.
Though SW-A3 No. 1 and No. 2 are normally set to 0, it should be changed
SW-A1 No. 4 Length limitation of copy/send/receive this time between the CED tone signal to eliminate the communication
problem caused by echo.
Used to set the maximum page length.
To avoid possible paper jam, the page length is normally limited to 0.6 TX RX
meter for copy or transmit, and 1.5 meters for receive.
It is possible to set it to "No limit" to transmit a long document, such as a CED
computer print form, etc. (In this case, the receiver must also be set to T
no limit.)
SW-A1 No. 5 CSI transmission DIS
(CSI TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set whether the machine sends or
SW-A3 No. 3 MR Coding
does not send the signal (CSI signal) informing its own telephone No. to
the remote fax. machine when information is received. When Used to select the MR coding enable or disable.
"nonsending" is set, the telephone No. is not output on the remote trans-
SW-A3 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved
mitting machine if the remote transmitting machine has the function to
display or print the telephone No. of receiving machine, using this CSI Set to "0".
signal. SW-A4 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Signal transmission level
SW-A1 No. 6 DIS receive acknowledgment during G3 transmission Used to control the signal transmission level in the range of-0dB to-
Used to make a choice of whether reception of DIS (NSF) is acknowl- 31dB.
edged after receiving two DISs (NSFs) or receiving one DIS (two NSFs). The factory setting is at -8dB (MODEM output).
It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo sup-
pression problem, if set to 1. SW-A4 No. 6 Protocol monitor (Error print)
If set to "1", protocol is printed at communication error.
SW-A1 No. 7 Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission modem
Though transmission of a non-modulated carrier is not required for trans- SW-A4 No. 7 Protocol monitor
mission by the V29 modem according to the CCITT recommendation, it Normally set to "0". If set to "1", communication can be checked, in case
may be permitted to a send non-modulated carrier before the image of troubles, without using a G3 tester or other tools.
signal to avoid and echo suppression problem. It may be useful for over- When communication FSK data transmission or reception is made, the
seas communication to avoid an echo suppression problem, if set to 1. data is taken into the buffer. When communication is finished, the data
is analyzed and printed out. When data is received with the line monitor
SW-A1 No. 8 EOL (End Of Line) detect timer
(SW-A4 No. 8) set to "1" the reception level is also printed out.
Used to make a choice of whether to use the 25-second or 13-second
timer for detection of EOL. SW-A4 No. 8 Line monitor
This is effective to override communication failures with some facsimile Normally set to "0". If set to "1", the transmission speed and the recep-
models that have longer EOL detection. tion level are displayed on the LCD. Used for line tests.
SW-A2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Modem speed SW-A5 No. 1, No. 2 Digital line equalization setting (Reception)
Used to set determine the initial modem speed. The default is 9600BPS. Line equalization when reception is to be set according to the line char-
It may be necessary to program it to a slower speed when frequent line acteristics.
fallback is encountered, in order to save the time required for fallback
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
procedure.
and the telephone company central switching station.
SW-A2 No. 5 Sender’s information transmit
SW-A5 No. 3, No. 4 Reserved
(SENDER’S INFORMATION TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set the
Set to "0".
function to print the content of HEADER PRINT described in the passcode
list at the front end of receiver’s original when original is sent to the SW-A5 No. 5, No. 6 Digital cable equalizer setting
remote machine. (Reception for Caller ID)
If this switch is set to "NO", the HEADER PRINT is not output at the Line equalization when reception for CALLER ID is to be set according
receiving machine. to the line characteristics.
SW-A2 No. 6 H2 mode Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
Used to determine reception of H2 mode (15 sec transmission mode).
When set to OFF, H2 mode reception is inhibited even though the trans- SW-A5 No. 7 Error criterion
mitting machine has H2 mode function. Used to select error criterion for sending back RTN when receiving im-
age data.

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SW-A5 No. 8 Anti junk fax check SW-B4 No. 1 Auto dial mode Delay timer of before line connect
When use the Anti junk fax function, set to "1". Delay time between the dial key input and line connection under the
auto dial mode.
SW-A6 No. 1 Auto gain control (MODEM)
RAPID01 CML RELAY ON
When this mode is enabled, if the reception signal level is under 31dBm.
The modem itself controls the signal gain automatically.
DIALLING
SW-A6 No. 2 End buzzer
0 : 0sec
Setting this bit to 0 will disable the end buzzer (including the error buzzer/ 1 : 3sec
on-hook buzzer).
SW-B4 No. 2 Auto dial mode Delay timer of after line connect
SW-A6 No. 3 Disconnect the line when DIS is received in RX mode Delay time between the line connection and dial data output under the
Bit1= 0: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, disconnected the auto dial mode.
line is immediately.
DIAL DATA
Bit1= 1: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, wait the next RAPID01 CML RELAY ON
signal.
SW-A6 No. 4 Equalizer freeze control (MODEM)
This switch is used to perform reception operation by fixing the equal- 0 : 3 sec
1 : 3.6 sec
izer control of modem for the line which is always in unfavorable state
and picture cannot be received. SW-B4 No. 3 Dial mode
* Usually, the control is executed according to the state of line where When using the pulse dial, set to 0. When using the tone dial, set to 1.
the equalizer setting is changed always.
SW-B4 No. 4 Pulse → Tone change function by key
SW-A6 No. 5 Equalizer freeze control 7200BPS only
When setting to 1, the mode is changed by pressing the key from the
Setting which specifies SW-A3 No. 6 control only in the condition of pulse dial mode to the tone dial mode.
7200BPS modem speed.
SW-B4 No. 5 Dial pulse make/break ratio (%)
SW-A6 No. 6 CNG transmission in manual TX mode
When using the 33 % make ratio pulse dial, set to "0".
When set to "1", fax transmit the CNG signal in case of manual trans- When using the 40 % make ratio pulse dial, set to "1".
mission mode (User press the START key after waiting the fax answer-
ing signal from handset or speaker). SW-B4 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-A6 No. 7 Initial compression scheme for sharp fax in TX mode Set to "0".

When set to "0", if the other fax is Sharp model, fax transmit the docu- SW-B5 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (Low)
ment by H2 mode. When set to "1", even if the other fax is Sharp model, The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (lower frequency)
fax transmit the document by MR mode.
00000: 0dBm
SW-A6 No. 8 Reserved

Set to "0".
11111: -15.5dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
SW-B1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Recall interval
SW-B5 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Choice is made for a redial interval for speed and rapid dial calls.
Used a binary number to program this. If set to 0 accidentally, 1 will be Set to "0".
assumed. SW-B6 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (High)
SW-B1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Recall times The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (higher frequency)
Choice is made as to how many redials should be. 00000: 0dBm
SW-B2 No. 1 Dialing pause (sec/pause) ↓
Pauses can be inserted between telephone numbers of direct dial con- 11111: -15.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
nection. Selection of 4 sec or 2 sec pause is available.
SW-B6 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-B2 No. 2, No. 3 Reserved Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-C1 No. 1, No. 2 Reading slice (Binary)
SW-B2 No. 4 Busy tone detection (after auto dial) Used to determine the set value of reading density in standard/fine mode.
Used to set YES/NO of busy tone detection after auto dialing. The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")
SW-B2 No. 5 Waiting time after dialing SW-C1 No. 3, No. 4 Reading slice (Half tone)
This is waiting time for the opponent’s signals after dialing. Used to determine the set value of reading density in half tone mode.
When set to "0", waiting time is 45 sec. The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")

When set to "1", waiting time is 90 sec. SW-C1 No. 5 Line density selection
Used to set the transmission mode which is automatically selected when
SW-B2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
the Resolution key is not pressed. In the copy mode, however, the fine
Set to "0". mode is automatically selected unless the Resolution key is manually
SW-B3 No. 1 ~ No. 7 Reserved set to another mode.
Set to "0". SW-C1 No. 6 Reserved

SW-B3 No. 8 Hold function Set to "0".


Used to set YES/NO of holding function by the HOLD key.

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SW-C1 No. 7 MTF correction in half tone mode SW-E1 No. 7 Post answer tone transmit in TEL/FAX mode
This allows selection of MTF correction (dimness correction) in the half When set to "0", machine send the 3 tones (880Hz/988Hz/1046Hz) in
tone mode. TEL/FAX auto changeover mode.
When "NO" (=1) is selected, the whole image becomes soft and mild.
On the contrary, however, clearness of characters will be reduced. Nor- SW-E1 No. 8 Caller ID country select
mally set to "YES" (=0). When machine using in Australia, set to "0".
When machine using in New Zealand, set to "1".
SW-C1 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0". SW-E2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Pseudo ringer sound output level to the line
Used to adjust sound volume of pseudo ringer to the line (ringer back
SW-D1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Number of rings for auto receive tone) generated on selecting TEL/FAX. Setting is the reduce level from
When the machine is set in the auto receive mode, the number of rings -5dBm output level.
before answering can be selected. It may be set from one to nine rings
using a binary number. Since the facsimile telephone could be used as SW-E2 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
an ordinary telephone if the handset is taken off the hook, it should be Set to "0".
programmed to the user’s choice. If the soft switch was set to 1, direct
SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detect time
connection is made to the facsimile. If a facsimile calling beep was heard
when the handset is taken off the hook, press the START key and put Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in
the handset on the hook to have the facsimile start receiving. If it was remote reception (5 ).
set to 0 accidentally, receive ring is set to 1. The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by
NOTE: If the machine is set to answer after a large number of rings, it noises.
may not be able to receive faxes successfully. If you have diffi-
culty receiving faxes, reduce the number of rings to a maximum SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote reception (5 ) detect
of 5. Used to set the function of remote reception (5 ). When set to "1",
the remote reception function is disabled.
SW-D1 No. 5 Automatic switching manual to auto receive mode
This soft switch is used to select whether the machine should switch to SW-F1 No. 4 Remote reception with GE telephone
the auto receive mode after 5 rings in the manual receive mode or re- (Corresponding to TEL made by GE) P. B. X.
main in the same way as SW-D1 No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 "0"1"0"1"(5
"1": Compatible with TEL mode by GE
rings).
"0": Not compatible
SW-D1 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0". • When sending (5 ) for remote reception with a GE manufac-
tured telephone remote reception may not take place because of
SW-D2 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Reserved special specifications in their DTMF.
Set to "0". To overcome this, a soft SW is provided to change the modem set-
ting to allow for remote reception.
SW-D2 No. 4 Distinctive ringing detection
When set to "1", machine recognize the CI signal FAX ringing or TEL • If this soft SW is set to "1", other telephone sets may be adversely
ringing automatically. affected.

SW-D2 No. 5 Caller ID function SW-F1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Remote operation code figures by external
TEL (0 ~ 9)
Used for Caller ID function.
Remote operation codes can be changes from 0 through 9. If set to
SW-D2 No. 6, No. 7 CI off detection timer (Distinctive ring setting greater than 9, it defaults to 9. The "5 " is not changed.
off only) Ex-7 (Default: 5 )
Set the minimum time period of CI signal interruption which affords to be
SW-F2 No. 1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode
judged as a CI OFF section.
When setting to "1", the CNG signal detection function during standby
A B stops.
SW-F2 No. 2, No. 3 Number of CNG detect (AM mode)
Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
1
400msec
2
2000msec
SW-F2 No. 4, No. 5 Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode)
SW-D2 No. 8 Reserved
Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
Set to "0".
SW-F2 No. 6 Fax signal detection after telephone mode dial
SW-E1 No. 1 Tel/Fax Automatic switching mode
When set to "1", if machine detect the fax answering signal after tel-
Used to set auto TEL/FAX switching mode or to set the normal fax mode. ephone calling (handset off-hook or speaker mode dial), machine start
SW-E1 No. 2, No. 3 Pseudo ringing time at the phone/fax automatic to receive the documents automatically.
switching mode SW-F2 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
Choice is made as to how long to rumble the dummy ringer on TEL/FAX Set to "0".
automatic switching mode.
SW-G1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-E1 No. 4 Number of CNG signal detection at the phone/fax
Set to "0".
automatic switching mode
Used for detection of CNG in one tone or two tones in the TEL/FAX SW-G2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
automatic switching mode. Set to "0".
SW-E1 No. 5 CNG detect time at TEL/FAX mode SW-G3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
The switch which sets the time from the start of CNG detection to the Set to "0".
end of detection.
SW-E1 No. 6 Reserved
Set to "0".

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SW-H1 No. 1 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Lower duration) SW-I1 No. 5, No. 6 A.M. quiet time 2
The initial value of detection is set according to electric condition. Used to select four kinds of no sound time (0 sec ~ 3 sec) after OGM
output the T. A. D mode until ICM recording is started.
The set value is changed according to the local switch board. (Erro-
neous detection of sound is reduced.) Reception OGM output ICM recording
Normally the upper limit is set to 900msec, and the lower limit to 150msec.
If erroneous detection is caused by sound, etc., adjust the detection 0 sec~3 sec (SW-I1 No. 5, No. 6)
range. SW-I1 No. 7 key input buzzer on/off switch (Two way recording
mode)
The lower limit can be set in the range of 350msec to 150msec.
Used to turn ON/OFF key input buzzer in the TWO-WAY recording mode.
SW-H1 No. 2 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Upper duration)
SW-I1 No. 8 Reserved
Similarly to SW-H1 No. 1, the set value can be varied.
Set to “0”.
The upper limit can be set in the range of 650msec to 900msec.
SW-I2 No. 1 ~ No. 5 A.M. quiet detect time
SW-H1 No. 1 SW-H1 No. 2 Detection range Used to set no sound time (0 sec - 32 sec) during the T. A. D. mode
0 0 150msec ~ 900msec operation.
0 1 150msec ~ 650msec SW-I2 No. 6, No. 7 Reserved
1 0 350msec ~ 900msec Set to “0”.
1 1 350msec ~ 650msec SW-I2 No. 8 Alarm during two way alarm
SW-H1 No. 3 Reserved When set to “1”, alarm sound is given to remote side during two way
recording.
Set to "0".
SW-I3 No. 1 Max OGM record time
SW-H1 No. 4 Busy tone continuous sound detect time
Used to select the maximum OGM recording time (1 = 15 sec, 0 = 60
Set detecting time busy tone continuous sound for 5 seconds or 10 sec-
sec).
onds.
SW-I3 No. 2 Reserved
SW-H1 No. 5 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect during
OGM Set to “0”.
Used to detect the continuous tone of specific frequency during OGM SW-I3 No. 3 Two way record function
output. If this switch is set to “1”, machine doesn’t work two way recording
SW-H1 No. 6 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect during function.
ICM SW-I3 No. 4 Toll saver
Used to detect the continuous tone of specific frequency during ICM Used to turn on the toll saver function. If it is off, the reception frequency
recording. in the AM mode is identical with that in the FAX mode.
SW-H1 No. 7 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect during SW-I3 No. 5, No. 6 Reserved
OGM
Set to “0”.
Used to detect the intermitten tone of specific frequency during OGM
output. SW-I3 No. 7 BOX selection to record ICM

SW-H1 No. 8 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect during This switch is selection to digit of BOX selection code (DTMF code).
ICM 1-digit: Input of box number (1-3)
Used to detect the intermittent tone of specific frequency during ICM 2-digit: Input of box number (01-03)
recording. Note: In case of 1-digit, the DTMF code can be accepted for 4 seconds
SW-H2 No. 1, No. 2 Busy tone detection pulse number from the beginning of ICM.

Used to set detection of Busy tone intermittent sounds. OGM OUT PUT BEEP ICM RECORDING
MAX 60S 1S
SW-H2 No. 3 Fax switching when A.M. full
4S
1 digit
If the answering machine’s memory (tape) is full and there is no re- For 4 seconds from the beginning of ICM
sponse, the machine automatically switches to Fax reception.
2 digit
OGM/ICM
SW-H2 No. 4 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect frequency
Set detecting frequency of busy tone continuation sound for 320 ~ 570 SW-I3 No. 8 Transfer dial recall
Hz or 320 ~ 460 Hz. If this switch is set to “1”, machine disable redial in Transfer function.
SW-H2 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved SW-I4 No. 1 ~ No. 4 AGC maximum gain (Line)
Set to "0". (10~25dBm)
The AGC Maximum Gain limits the gain applied by the AGC. Message
SW-I1 No. 1, No. 2 ICM recording time
with average energy below the AGC Energy Reference Level will have
Used to select the incoming message recording time among 15sec/ their average energy level increased by no more than the AGC Maximum
30sec/60sec/4min. Gain. The AGC Maximum Gain should average energy of the message
SW-I1 No. 3, No. 4 A.M. quiet time 1 with the lowest average energy to the AGC Energy Reference Level.
Used to select four kinds of no sound time (2 sec ~ 5 sec) after reception SW-I4 No. 5 ~ No. 8 AGC maximum gain (Mic)
in the T. A. D mode until OGM is output. (10~25dBm)
The AGC Maximum Gain limits the gain applied by the AGC. Message
Reception OGM output ICM recording with average energy below the AGC Energy Reference Level will have
their average energy level increased by no more than the AGC Maximum
2 sec~ 5 sec ( SW-I1No. 3, No. 4) Gain. The AGC Maximum Gain should average energy of the message
with the lowest average energy to the AGC Energy Reference Level.

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SW-I5 No. 1 ~ No. 4 AGC eref access code (Line) SW-I7 No. 6 FAX Frequency of voice detection after REMINDER
(-0~-30dBm with 2dBm step) dialing
The AGC Energy Reference Level controls the playback level. Any When reminder calling, machine will detect the voice signal and start to
message having average speech energy above the energy reference send the reminder voice message. This switch is used to select the voice
level has its playback level attenuated, and any level has its playback detecting frequency range.
level increased. If the playback level is too high (low), then decreasing When set to "0", machine detect the 800 ~ 1200 Hz as voice.
(increasing) the AGC energy Reference level will achieve the desired
level. When set to "1", machine detect the 800 ~ 1400 Hz as voice.

SW-I5 No. 5 ~ No. 8 AGC eref access code (Mic) SW-I7 No. 7, No. 8 Voice detection time after REMINDER dialing
(-0~-30dBm with 2dBm step) This switch is used how long time coming voice frequency is judged as
The AGC Energy Reference Level controls the playback level. Any voice.
message having average speech energy above the energy reference
SW-J1 No. 1, No. 2 Reserved
level has its playback level attenuated, and any level has its playback
level increased. If the playback level is too high (low), then decreasing Set to "0".
(increasing) the AGC energy Reference level will achieve the desired SW-J1 No. 3 Sender’s phone number setting
level.
Used to make a choice of whether the registered sender’s phone number
SW-I6 No. 1 ~ No. 4 AGC gain adaptation threshold (Line) can be changed or not. If the switch is set to "1", new registration of the
(-40~-70dBm with 2dBm step) sender’s phone number is disabled to prevent accidental wrong input.
The AGC adjusts the amount of gain applied to the incoming message SW-J1 No. 4 ~ No. 6 Reserved
only when the average energy exceeds the AGC Gain Adaptation
Threshold. The AGC Gain Adaptation Threshold prevents message Set to "0".
background noise from corrupting the gain provided that the AGC Gain SW-J1 No. 7, No. 8 Ringer volume
Adaptation Threshold is greater than the background noise energy. In
Used to adjust ringing volume.
the event that a message has background noise energy greater than
the AGC Gain Adaptation Threshold, the AGC Gain can be no greater SW-J2 No. 1, No. 2 Reserved
than the AGC Maximum Gain. Note that the AGC Gain Adaptation
Set to "0".
Threshold must always be greater than the RPACS VOX Turn-On
Threshold). SW-J2 No. 3 Polling key
SW-I6 No. 5 ~ No. 8 AGC gain adaptation threshold (Mic) If this switch is set to 1, the last of Rapid key works as polling key.
(-40~-70dBm with 2dBm step) SW-J2 No. 4, No. 5 Reserved
The AGC adjusts the amount of gain applied to the incoming message Set to "0".
only when the average energy exceeds the AGC Gain Adaptation
Threshold. The AGC Gain Adaptation Threshold prevents message SW-J2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Speaker volume
background noise from corrupting the gain provided that the AGC Gain Used to adjust sound volume from a speaker.
Adaptation Threshold is greater than the background noise energy. In
the event that a message has background noise energy greater than SW-J3 No. 1, No. 2 Reserved
the AGC Gain Adaptation Threshold, the AGC Gain can be no greater Set to "0".
than the AGC Maximum Gain. Note that the AGC Gain Adaptation
Threshold must always be greater than the RPACS VOX Turn-On SW-J3 No. 3, No. 4 Communication result printout (Transaction re-
Threshold. port)
It is possible to obtain transaction results after each communication.
SW-I7 No. 1, No. 2 AGC slew rate (Line) Normally, the switch is set (No. 1: 0, No. 2: 0) so that the transaction
The AGC Slew Rate controls the convergence of the message playback report is produced only when a communication error is encountered. If
level to the desired playback level. A large slew rate will allow faster No. 1 was set to 1 and No. 2 to 0, the transaction report will be produced
convergence and a small slew rate will allow slower convergence. every time a communication is done, even if the communication was
successful.
SW-I7 No. 3, No. 4 AGC slew rate (Mic)
Setting No. 1 to 1 and No. 2 to 1 will disable this function. No transaction
The AGC Slew Rate controls the convergence of the message playback report printed.
level to the desired playback level. A large slew rate will allow faster
convergence and a small slew rate will allow slower convergence. SW-J3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-I7 No. 5 FAX BOX function
FAX BOX function YES/NO is set. SW-K1 No. 1 Entering DIAG mode by pressing SPEED key
A bit which is used in the production process only. When the SPEED key
is pressed, the switch is changed from the stand-by state to the DIAG
Energy mode.
reference
threshold
SW-K1 No. 2 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Output Maximum Set to "0".
Gain gain
(dB) SW-L1 No. 1 ~ No. 5 OGM/ICM output level
adaptive
threshold
Used to control OGM and ICM output level.
SW-L1 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".

Gain Energy Energy Energy SW-L2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved


adaptive reference reference reference Set to "0".
threshold threshold threshold threshold
(...Maximum (...+25dB)
gain)
Input(dB)
RPACS AGC Parameter operation envelope

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[3] Troubleshooting
Refer to the following actions to troubleshoot any of problems mentioned • Apply line equalization SOFT SWITCH A5-1, 2.
in 1-4. May be used in case [1] [2] [3] [4].
[1] A communication error occurs.
• Slow down the transmission speed SOFT SWITCH A2-1, 2, 3,
[2] Image distortion produced. 4. May be used in case [2] [3].
[3] Unable to do overseas communication. • Replace the TEL/LIU PWB.
[4] Communication speed slow due to FALLBACK. May be used in all cases.

• Increase the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4, 5. • Replace the control PWB.
May be used in case [1] [2] [3]. May be used in all cases.

• Decrease the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4, * If transmission problems still exist on the machine, use the following
5. May be used in case [3]. format and check the related matters.

TO: ATT: Ref.No. :


CC: ATT: Date :
FM: Dept :
Sign :

***** Facsimile communication problem ***** Ref.No.:


From: Mr. Fax Tel No.: Date:
Our customer Name Tel No.
Address Fax No.
Contact person Model name
Other party Name Tel No.
Address Fax No.
Contact person Model name
Problem mode Line: Domestic / international Model: G3 Phase: A, B, C, D.
Automatic reception / Manual reception
Reception / Transmission
Automatic dialing / Manual dialing / Others
Frequency: % ROM version:
Confirmation Our customer Other party Please mark problem with an X.
B1
item B2 No problem is: 0.
A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 D1 D2 E1 E2

A1 A2 C1 D2
Transmission level setting is ( ) dB at our
C2 D1 customer
E1
Transmission level ( ) dBm
E2
Reception level ( ) dBm
Our service Other party's service By level meter at B1 and B2
Comment

Countermeasure

**** Please attach the G3 data and activity report on problem. ****
* Please complete this report before calling the “TAC” hotline if problem still occurs.

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[4] Error code table

1. Communication error code table


G3 Transmission
Code Final received signal Error Condition (Receiver side)
0 Incomplete signal frame Cannot recognize bit stream after flag

1 NSF, DIS Cannot recognize DCS signal by echo etc.


Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
2 CFR Disconnects line during reception (carrier missing etc)
3 FTT Disconnects line by fall back
4 MCF Disconnects line during reception of multi page
Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal in the case of mode change
5 PIP or PIN The line is hung up without replying to telephone request from the receiving party.

6 RTN or RTP Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal after transmit RTN or RTP signal.
7 No signal or DCN No response in receiver side or DCN signal received* (transmitter side)
8 − Owing to error in some page the error could not be corrected although the specified number of
error retransmission was at tempted.
11 − Error occurred after or while reception by the remote (receiving) machine was revealed to be
impossible.
12 − Error occurred just after fallback.
13 − Error occurred after a response to retransmission end command was received.

G3 Reception
Code Final received signal Error Condition (Receiver side)
0 Incomplete signal frame Cannot recognize bit stream after flag

1 NSS, DCS Cannot recognize CFR or FTT signal


Disconnects line during transmission (line error)
2 NSC, DTC Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
3 EOP Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal
4 EOM Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal in the case of mode change
5 MPS The line is hung up without replying to communication request.
6 PR1-Q Cannot recognize PIP, PIN signal in the case of TALK request
7 No signal or DCN No response in transmitter (cannot recognize DIS signal) or DCN signal received* (receiver side)
8 − Error occurred upon completion of reception of all pages.
9 − Error occurred when mode was changed or Transmission/Reception switching was performed.
10 − Error occurred during partial page or physical page reception.
11 − Error occurred after or during inquiry from the remote (transmitting) machine as to whether
reception is possible or not.
12 − Error occurred during or just after fallback.
13 − Error occurred after the retransmission end command was received.

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CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS 3-2. Automatic document feed


1) Use of the paper feed roller and separation rubber plate ensures er-
ror-free transport and separation of documents. The plate spring
[1] General description presses the document to the paper feed roller to assure smooth feed-
ing of the document.

1. Document feed block and diagram 2) Document separation method: Separation rubber plate

Separator rubber Paper feed spring


Separator rubber
Paper feed spring

Rear roller A/B


Transfer roller Document
Document

Paper feed roller


Paper feed roller
CIS
Pinch roller Fig. 3
3-3. Documents applicable for automatic feed
Fig. 1 4x6 series Square
(788mm x 1091mm x meter series
1000mm sheets)
2. Document feed operation Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum
1) The document placed in the hopper actuates the document sensor.
Feeder capacity 10 sheets, max.
After one second, the pulse motor starts to drive the paper feed roller.
The document is automatically taken up into the machine, and stopped Paper weight 45kg 64.3kg 52g/m2 74.3g/m2
at the document sensor. Paper thickness (ref.) 0.06mm 0.09mm 0.06mm 0.09mm
2) When a specified number of pulses are received from the document Paper size 1/2 Letter (148mm x 140mm) ~
sensor after the document lead edge is sensed, scanning is started. A4 (210mm x 297mm), Letter (216mm x 279mm)
NOTE: Double-side coated documents and documents on facsimile re-
3) When a specified number of pulses are received from the document cording paper should be inserted manually. The document feed
sensor after the document rear edge is sensed, scanning is termi- quantity may be changed according to the document thickness.
nated and the document is fed through.
Documents corresponding to a paper weight heavier than 64.3kg (74.3g/
4) If the document sensor is active (i.e., another document is in the m2 ) and lighter than 135kg (157g/m2 ) are acceptable for manual feed.
hopper), when the preceding document scanning is completed and it
is fed out, the next document is taken up into the machine. If the Documents heavier than 135kg in terms of the paper weight must be
document sensor is not active (i.e., there is no document in the hop- duplicated on a copier to make it operative in the facsimile.
per), when the document is fed out, the operation is terminated.
3-4. Loading the documents
3. Hopper mechanism 1) Make sure that the documents are of suitable size and thickness, and
free from creases, folds, curls, wet glue, wet ink, clips, staples and
3-1. General view pins.
2) Place documents face down in the hopper.
i) Adjust the document guides to the document size.
ii) Align the top edge of documents and gently place them into the
hopper. The first page under the stack will be taken up by the feed
roller to get ready for transmission.
NOTES: 1) Curled edge of documents, if any, must be straighten
out.
2) Do not load the documents of different sizes and/or
thicknesses together.

Separator rubber Paper feed spring Last page of document

Back of document
Fig. 2

The hopper is used to align documents with the document guides ad-
justed to the paper width. First page of document
NOTE: Adjust the document guide after setting up the document.
Paper feed roller

Fig. 4

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3-5. Documents requiring use of document carrier 5. Recording block


1) Documents smaller than B6 (128mm x 182mm). 5-1. General view
2) Documents thinner than the thickness of 0.06mm. RECORDING BLOCK
3) Documents containing creases, folds, or curls, especially those whose
surface is curled (maximum allowable curl is 5mm). Scanner frame
4) Documents containing tears. Thermal head
5) Carbon-backed documents. (Insert a white sheet of paper between
the carbon back and the document carrier to avoid transfer of carbon
to the carrier.)
6) Documents containing an easily separable writing material (e.g., those
written with a lead pencil).
Recording paper
7) Transparent documents.
Paper support
8) Folded or glued documents.
Document in document carrier should be inserted manually into the Platen roller
Cutter cover Cutter guide
feeder.
Cutter unit
Fig. 6
4. Document release
5-2. Driving
4-1. General Via the pulse motor gear shaft, the reduction gear, and the recording
When the release lever is pulled by hand in the direction of arrow, the paper feed gear, rotation of the pulse motor is conveyed to the recording
latch is released and the upper document guide moves on its axis in the paper feed roller to feed the recording paper.
derection of the arrow. The feed rollers, the separation rubber plate, and
the pinch rollers become free to make it possible to remove the docu-
5-3. Recording
ment. Use of a thermal head permits easier maintenance and low operating
costs.
4-2. Cross section view
1) Thermal head
The thermal head consists of 1728-dot heat elements arranged in a sin-
gle row and has the resolution of 8 dots/mm. The maximum recording
speed is 10ms/line. The thermal head also incorporates a 1728-dot shift
register latch and output control driver circuit. Low power consumption
is achieved by dividing the head into nine segments.
Operation panel unit
2) Structure of the recording mechanism
Recording is accomplished by pressing the thermal head on the record-
ing paper against the platen roller.
Scanner frame unit The main scan (horizontal) is electronically achieved, while the subscan
(vertical) is achieved by moving the recording paper by the recording
PWB case unit platen roller.
Usually, the cause for uneven print tone is caused by misalignment of
the thermal head or uneven contact with the roller.
It can be checked in the following manner.
1) Check if the thermal head power and signal cables are properly routed.
2) Check that the thermal head pivot moves smoothly up and down.
3) Check that the thermal head support bracket is secured without any
play.
Lower cabinet 4) Check to see that the recording platen roller has proper concentricity,
in the case of a print tone variation evenly repeated down the page.
Fig. 5 5) Replace the thermal head with a new one and check to see if the
same trouble occurs.

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[2] Disassembly and assembly procedures


• This chapter mainly describes the disassembly procedures. For the assembly procedures, reverse the disassembly procedures.
• Easy and simple disassembly/assembly procedures of some parts and units are omitted. For disassembly and assembly of such parts and units,
refer to the Parts List.
• The numbers in the illustration, the parts list and the flowchart in a same section are common to each other.
• To assure reliability of the product, the disassembly and the assembly procedures should be performed carefully and deliberately.

1 Handset cover and paper support guide Parts list (Fig. 1)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Mechanism unit 1 7 Anti curl spring 2
2 Handset cover 1 8 PO pinch roller 2
3 Hook switch lever 1 9 Paper sensor lever 1
4 Screw (ø3×12) 2 10 Paper sensor lever spring 1
5 Paper support guide unit 1 11 Guide sheet 2
6 Anti curl shaft 1 12 Paper support guide 1

1 9 11
6
2 8 12 10

3 9 8 11
6 4 10 7
8
7 5 11
7

12

Lock the all hook


(4place) 4

2 4 1

5 5 Hook

Hook

Fig. 1

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2 PWB case top, bottom and PWB Parts list (Fig. 2)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Mechanism unit 1 9 Screw (4×6) 1
2 Screw (3×6) 1 10 AC cord ass’y 1
3 Head earth cable 1 11 Screw (3×6) 1
4 Connector 3 12 TEL ARG cable 1
5 Screw (3×10) 1 13 Power supply PWB unit 1
6 PWB case unit 1 14 TEL/LIU PWB unit 1
7 Screw (3×10) 2 15 Rubber leg 2
8 PWB case, top 1 16 PWB case, bottom 1

1
8
2 7 12 AC cord
earth cable
3 8 13

4 9 14
45˚
5 10 15 14 12
11 9
6 11 16

10
3
2
Rib

3 13

4
4
15
16
7
Control 7
PWB

Fig. 2

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3 Operation panel unit and scanner frame Parts list (Fig. 3)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Mechanism unit 1 9 Feed roller 1
2 Screw (3×10) 2 10 CIS cable 1
3 Scanner frame unit 1 11 CIS support, right 1
4 Document guide lower 1 12 CIS unit 1
5 Reduction gear, 17/36Z 1 13 CIS support, left 1
6 Reduction gear, 17/21Z 1 14 CIS spring 2
7 Idler gear, 25Z 1 15 Scanner frame 1
8 Feed roller shaft 1 16 Panel and head cable 2
17 Operation panel unit 1

1 8 Hook

2 6 10 14
Mount the CIS unit
3 7 11 15 by inserting a screw-
8 driver between the
9 scanner frame and
4 8 12 5 CIS support and
turning it (the same
16 5 9 13 6 4 method on the left
and right sides).
7
17 14 Screwdriver

10
Hook
13
14
17 12
15 CIS support
11
Hook 11 ,13

3 2
2

16 1

16
Support plate

1
1

Fig. 3

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Document guide upper unit and head Parts list (Fig. 4)


4 No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
frame
1 Operation panel unit 1 10 Screw (3×6) 1
2 Screw (3×10) 2 11 Head support, right 1
3 Support plate 1 12 Screw (3×6) 1
4 Document guide upper 1 13 Head earth cable 1
unit 14 Head support, left 1
5 Screw (3×10) 2 15 Thermal head 1
6 Head sheet 1 16 Pinch roller shaft 1
7 Head cable 1 17 Pinch roller 2
8 Head spring A 2 18 Pinch roller pressing 2
9 Head spring B 3 spring
19 Head frame 1

2 7 12

3 8 13 4
4 9 14

5 10 15

6 11 16

17 2

18
2
18 16
19 17

18

19

5
12
13 14 8
7 3
13 5
9
8
10
14 11
A
15
B

View:A View:B

Fig. 4

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5 Document guide upper Parts list (Fig. 5)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Rear sheet 1 10 Panel lock lever spring 1
2 CIS gear, 29Z 1 11 Panel lock lever 1
3 CIS roller A ass’y 1 12 Document sensor lever 1
4 Transfer bearing 1 spring
5 Cuppling gear 1 13 Document sensor lever 1
6 CIS roller B ass’y 1 14 Separate spring 1
7 Transfer roller 1 15 Separator plate 1
8 Transfer bearing 1 16 Paper feed spring 1
9 Idler gear, 20Z 1 17 Separator rubber 1
18 Document guide upper 1

1
13
2 9

3 10
14
12
4 11
15
5 12 17
16 11
6 13
14
7 14
12
8 15 13
18
16

17 10

18

8
2 1

4 7
1 Applying
standard

3
5

6
Applying
standard

Fig. 5

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6 Operation panel Parts list (Fig. 6)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Operation panel unit 1 9 Hopper guide, right 1
2 Screw (2×6) 3 10 Hopper guide, left 1
3 Operation panel cable 1 11 TAD key 1
4 Operation panel PWB 1 12 Stop key 1
5 Document tray 1 13 Start key 1
6 Screw 1 14 Direct key 1
7 Pinion gear 1 15 12 key 1
8 Hopper spring 1 16 Operation panel 1

1 Confim of HOPPER GUIDE position 10


Rib Rib
GAP 0 9
6 2 12 HOPPER
GUIDE (R)
7 3 13 HOPPER
GAP 0 GUIDE (L)
8 4 14

9 5 15 16

10 11 16
1
8

7
6 5

11

12
15

14 13

LCD PWB
1

Operation
panel PWB LCD cable

2
2
3

Fig. 6

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7 Drive unit, PWB and cutter Parts list (Fig. 7)


No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Mechanism unit 1 9 Cutter unit 1
2 Screw (3×10) 2 10 Screw (3×10) 1
3 Cutter arm 1 11 Cutter cover 1
4 Drive unit 1 12 Cutter guide 1
5 Platen gear 1 13 Cutter 1
6 Platen roller 1 14 Screw (3×10) 2
7 Platen bearing 2 15 Speaker cable 1
8 Screw (3×10) 1 16 Control PWB unit 1

2 8 14

3 9 15
2
4 10 16 2
OK 1 NG 1
5 11

6 12
4 4
7 13 4
14

2 14
2 15 16
4

5
6
16
1
7

3 6
5
7
8
7

1
10

12 11

13

Fig. 7

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8 Speaker and paper sensor lever Parts list (Fig. 8)


No. Part name Q’ty
1 Mechanism unit 1
2 Paper sensor lever spring 1
3 Paper sensor lever 1
4 Screw 2
5 Speaker 1

5
1
Rib
2 4

3 5

3 4 4
2

2
1

Fig. 8

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9 Drive frame
Parts list (Fig. 9)
No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty No. Part name Q’ty
1 Cutter cam switch 1 11 Planet gear, 17Z 1 21 Reduction gear, 17/36Z 1
2 Planet gear, 17Z 1 12 Planet gear spring 1 22 Idler gear, 25Z 1
3 Planet gear spring 1 13 Planet gear lever A 1 23 Idler gear, 25Z 1
4 Planet gear lever C 1 14 Planet gear, 17Z 1 24 Idler gear, 20Z 1
5 Change lever spring 1 15 Planet gear spring 1 25 Screw (3×10) 1
6 Planet gear, 17Z 1 16 Planet gear lever B 1 26 Motor 1
7 Change lever A 1 17 Idler gear, 25Z 1 27 Motor heat sink 1
8 Cam 1 18 Cam switch 1 28 Drive frame 1
9 Reduction gear, 17/36Z 1 19 Reduction gear, 17/30Z 1
10 Cutter gear, 44Z 1 20 Reduction gear, 17/30Z 1

2 3 4 17 24

5 6 7 18 25
11 , 14
Grease
8 19 26 28 1 , 18
25
9 20 27 To be the switch
linked by hooks
10 21 28 Grease

26 27
11 12 13 22
GREEN
28 21
14 15 16 23 18 11
16 12

14
WHITE

A 15
Lock the 23 13
A MOTOR 1
by this rib 24
20 8
17

SECTION : A-A
7
19 2 4 6
3
Hook be doing
9
lock 22 5
10

NOTE) Apply certanly to


a part of a nail at the time
3 , 12 , 15 5
of GREASE application
7
GEAR attachment boss

Fig. 9

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10 Wire treatment Parts list (Fig. 10)


No. Part name Q’ty
1 Band (100mm) 6
2 Screw (3×6) 2
3 Screw (4×6) 1
4 UL tape 3
5 Core (F2064) 1
6 Core (F2063) 1

Fixed this switch after adjusting the Control PWB


cutter gear in this drawing,
Speaker

Rib

Cutter cable
Speaker cable

OK NG ARG
cable

Cam 3
switch AC cord
cable
2

Postion of core

6 TEL/LIU
1 5 PWB

2
1

Rib Head Power supply


earth
cable
PWB
Binding the cable(Head cable/ 1 Binding the core with lower cabinet
Head earth cable/CIS cable/
1 CIS cable pass
panel cable/motor cable/cam to the core 2 times Binding the core with head
Head earth cable switch cable) 1 and panel cable
Head cable and panel cable
6 pass to the core 2 times
Head cable

Cam
switch
cable
Motor
cable Panel
cable CIS
cable
All the cable
Head must wiring to under the
earth 5
motor heat sink
cable Panel cable
Head cable and head Head earth cable pass to
Head cable under the core 1 time
earth cable

,
CIS

, , ,
Operation panel PWB 1 cable

,,
1 CIS unit
Panel cable
20 5mm 4 1 0~2mm
100 10mm
19mm
Head, head earth and Panel
panel cable cable
4

Fig. 10

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MEMO

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[1] Block diagram

CONTROL PWB UNIT


1CHIP FAX ENGINE (FC200)
CLOCK
49.920MHz DOCUMENT SENSOR
CPU I/F INTERRUPT
BUS I/F CONTROLLER
CONTACT
IMAGE SENSOR
FLASH ROM TIMER CIS I/F
SRAM
MODEM 256Kbit MEMORY 2Mbit
4Mbit
WATCHDOG
TIMER MOTOR I/F DRIVER PM
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS

CLOCK RTC PIO


VBT 32.768kHz
CLOCK THERMAL
16MHz THERMAL HEAD PAPER
CPU SENSOR
PRINTER I/F
RESET IC
CUTTER
AMP/SIGNAL
SELECT SIO
BZ
BLOCK
PIO PANEL I/F OPERATION LCD
PANEL
PANEL

4–1
SPEAKER
AMPLIFIER

AMPLIFIER
+5V +24V

SPEAKER

REGULATOR STABILIZER
AMPLIFIER

RECTIFIER
HANDSET TEL/LIU
AMPLIFIER PWB UNIT POWER SUPPLY
TRANSFORMER PWB UNIT

SURGE RECTIFIER
LINE PROTECT/ CML TRANSFORMER DIODE
FILTER
SURGE
TRANS
ABSORBER FILTER
CI
EXT.TEL
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[2] Wiring diagram

CAM SW HANDSET

TX/RX MOTOR

CUTTER
SENSOR
CNHJ
6 2 2 TEL/LIU EXTERNAL LINE
PWB UNIT CNLNJ
CNMT CNCSW CNCUT1 TEL LINE
12PIN
THERMAL HEAD

FG CNLIUA CNLIUA
16
CNTH
4–2

CNLIUB CNLIUB
CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR
CONTROL PWB UNIT 4PIN

7 10
CNCIS
FG

CNPW CN2

LCD UNIT
CNPN CNSP POWER SUPPLY
PWB UNIT
14

CNLCD 2
15
OPERATION CNPN
AC CORD
PANEL PWB
SPEAKER
[3] Point- to-point diagram CNMT
TPAD 1 1 TPAD CNLIUA CNLIUA
TPBD 2 2 TPBD TELOUT 1 1 TELOUT
TX/RX TPAD 3 3 TPAD TELIN 2 2 TELIN
MOTOR TPBD 4 4 TPBD TELMUTE 3 3 TELMUTE
VMT 5 5 VMT CI 4 4 CI
VMT 6 6 VMT HS 5 5 HS
RHS 6 6 RHS TEL/LIU
RXIN 7 7 RXIN PWB
CNTH
VTH 1 1 VTH TXOUT 8 8 TXOUT
VTH 2 2 VTH CML 9 9 CML
STRB1 3 3 STRB1 +24VA 10 10 +24VA
STRB2 4 4 STRB2 +5V 11 11 +5V
THI 5 5 THI DG 12 12 DG
RANK 6 6 RANK CNLIUB CNLIUB
MG 7 7 MG RXMUTE 1 1 RXMUTE
THERMAL MG 8 8 MG DPON 2 2 DPON
HEAD MG 9 9 MG DPMUTE 3 3 DPMUTE
+5V 10 10 +5V E-RLY 4 4 E-RLY
STRB3 11 11 STRB3
STRB4 12 12 STRB4
LATCH 13 13 LATCH
PCLK 14 14 PCLK
DATA 15 15 DATA
VTH 16 16 VTH

CNPW CN2
DG 1 1 DG

4–3
CNPN CNPN +5V 2 2 +5V
KEN4A 1 1 KEN4A VTHON 3 3 VTHON
KEN3A 2 2 KEN3A MG 4 4 MG
KEN2A 3 3 KEN2A MG 5 5 MG
KEN1A 4 4 KEN1A MG 6 6 MG POWER
DG 5 5 DG +24V 7 7 +24V SUPPLY
DG 6 6 DG VTH 8 8 VTH PWB
OPERATION
+5V 7 7 +5V VTH 9 9 VTH
PANEL
ORGSNS 8 8 ORGSNS VTH 10 10 VTH
PWB
FRSNS 9 9 FRSNS
E 10 10 E CNCSW
SEN4 11 11 SEN4 CSW 1 1 CSW CAM
SEN3 12 12 SEN3 DG 2 2 DG SWITCH
SEN2 13 13 SEN2
SEN1 14 14 SEN1 CNSP
SEN0 15 15 SEN0 SP+ 1 1 SP+
SPEAKER
SP- 2 2 SP-

CONTROL
CNCIS
PWB
VO 1 1 VO
DG 2 2 DG CNCUT1
+5V 3 3 +5V CUT1 1 1 CUT1 CUTTER
CIS øT 4 4 øT DG 2 2 DG SWITCH
CISCLK 5 5 CISCLK
GLED 6 6 GLED
+24V 7 7 +24V
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CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3. Operational description


Operational descriptions are given below:

[1] Circuit description • Transmission operation


When a document is loaded in standby mode, the state of the docu-
1. General description ment sensor is sensed via the 1 chip fax engine (FC200). If the sen-
sor signal was on, the motor is started to bring the document into the
The compact design of the control PWB is obtained by using ROCK- standby position. With depression of the START key in the off-hook
WELL fax engine in the main control section and high density printing of state, transmission takes place.
surface mounting parts. Each PWB is independent according to its func- Then, the procedure is sent out from the modem and the motor is
tion as shown in Fig. 1. rotated to move the document down to the scan line. In the scan
processor, the signal scanned by the CIS is sent to the internal im-
2. PWB configuration age processor and the AD converter to convert the analog signal into
binary data. This binary data is transferred from the scan processor
to the image buffer within the RAM and encoded and stored in the
transmit buffer of the RAM. The data is then con-verted from parallel
TEL/LIU
to serial form by the modem where the serial data is modulated and
PWB sent onto the line.
• Receive operation
CONTROL There are two ways of starting reception, manual and automatic.
PWB Depression of the START key in the off-hook mode in the case of
LCD
PWB
manual receive mode, or CI signal detection by the LIU in the auto-
matic receive mode.
POWER
SUPPLY First, the FC200 controls the procedure signals from the modem to
PWB be ready to receive data. When the program goes into phase C, the
PANEL serial data from the modem is converted to parallel form in the mo-
AC CORD
PWB
dem interface of the 1 chip fax engine (FC200) which is stored in the
TX/RX receive buffer of the RAM. The data in the receive buffer is decoded
MOTOR
software-wise to reproduce it as binary image data in the image buffer.
The data is DMA transferred to the recording processor within the
FC200 which is then converted from parallel to serial form to be sent
Fig. 1 to the thermal head. The data is printed line by line by the FC200
1) Control PWB which is assigned to control the motor rotation and strobe signal.
The control PWB controls peripheral PWBs, mechanical parts, trans- • Copy operation
mission, and performs overall control of the unit. To make a copy on this facsimile, the COPY key is pressed when the
This machine employs a 1-chip modem (R96V24) which is installed on machine is in stand-by with a document on the document table and
the control PWB. the telephone set is in the on-hook state.
First, depression of the COPY key advances the document to the
2) TEL/LIU PWB scan line. Similar to the transmitting operation, the image signal from
This PWB controls connection of the telephone line to the unit. the CIS is converted to a binary signal in the DMA mode via the 1
chip fax engine (FC200) which is then sent to the image buffer of the
RAM. Next, the data is transferred to the recording processor in the
3) Power supply PWB DMA mode to send the image data to the thermal head which is
This PWB provides voltages of +5V and +24V to the other PWBs. printed line by line. The copying takes place as the operation is re-
peated.
4) Panel PWB
The panel PWB allows input of the operation keys.

5) LCD PWB
This PWB controls the LCD display.

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[2] Circuit description of control PWB 2) 27C020 (IC8): pin-32 DIP (ROM)
EPROM of 2Mbit equipped with software for the main CPU.
1. General description 3) W24257S-70LL (IC7): pin-28 SOP (SRAM)
Fig. 2 shows the functional blocks of the control PWB, which is com- Line memory for the main CPU system RAM area and coding/decoding
posed of 4 blocks. process. Used as the transmission buffer.
Memory of recorded data such as daily report and auto dials. When the
MAIN PANEL MECHANISM/
RECORDING power is turned off, this memory is backed up by the lithium battery.
CONTROL CONTROL
CONTROL
BLOCK BLOCK
BLOCK
4) KM29N040T (IC9): pin-44 TSOP (FLASH MEMORY)
A 512×8bit NAND FLASH MEMORY to store the voice and image data
when using memory functions.

MODEM
BLOCK

Fig. 2 Control PWB functional block diagram

2. Description of each block


(1) Main control block
The main control block is composed of ROCKWELL 1 chip fax engine
(FC200), ROM (256KByte), RAM (32KByte) and FLASH MEMORY
(512KByte).
Devices are connected to the bus to control the whole unit.
1) FC200 (IC2) : pin-144 QFP (FC200)
The FAXENGINE Integrated Facsimile Controllers.
FC200, contains an internal 8 bit microprocessor with an external 16
Mbyte address space and dedicated circuitry optimized for facsimile
image processing and facsimile machine control and monitoring.

MIRQN WRPROTN
A[23:0] SYSCLK
D[7:0] MC24 CPU CONTROL IF TSTCLK
RDN DEBUGN
MC24 MEGACELL(8BIT DATA,24BIT ADDRESS)
WRN WATCHDOG TIMER RESETN
ROMCSN
REAL TIME CLOCK XIN
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CSN[1:0] BATTERY BACK-UP CIRCUIT XOUT
MCSN INTERRUPT CONTROLLER PWRDWNN
SYNC BATRSTN
REGDMA
WAITN
RASN BUS INTERFACE
CASN[1:0] EXTERNAL CPU BUS CPU BUS
DRAM CONTROL
DWRN INTERNAL & EXTERNAL BUS CONTROL
INTERNAL & EXTERNAL DECODE
DMA CONTROLLER OPERATOR PANEL IF
32 KEYS
8 LEDS SEE
TONE LCD MODULE "OPIF
SYNC SERIF 1 OUTPUTS"
BELOW
GPIO[0]
GPIO[1]/SASTXD
GPIO[2]/SASRXD
GPIO[3]/SASCLK GENERAL I/O
GPIO[4] TONE/MODTONE
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2 GPIO INTERNAL CPU BUS
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2 AUTOBAUD
SYNC-ASYNC SASIF SEE
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2 "OPIF
GPIO[8]/FWRN SYNC SERIF 2
FLASH MEMORY IF INPUTS"
GPIO[9]/FRDN BELOW
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2 AUTOBAUD
GPIO[11]/BE/SERINP
GPIO[12]/CS2N
GPIO[13]/CS3N
GPIO[14]/CS4N SCANNER CONTROL & VIDEO PROCESSING THERMAL PRINTER IF
GPIO[15]/CS5N 8-BIT PADC BI-LEVEL RESOLUTION T.4/T.6 CODEC
GPIO[16]/IRQ8 CCD/CIS SCANNER CONVERSION 5 ms LINE TIME
GPIO[17]/IRQ5N 5 ms,A4/B4 LINES MH,MR,MMR A4/B4 LINES
GPIO[18]/IRQ9N SHADING CORRECTION(1:1,1:8) PROGRAMMABLE HARDWARE,ALTERNATE TPH ADC
GPIO[19]/RDY/SEROUT DITHERING REDUCTION & COMPRESSION & 4 STROBE TPH
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE MULTILEVEL B4-A4 REDUCTION EXPANSION DECOMPRESSION LATCHLESS TPH
SM[3:0]/GPO[7:4] ERROR DIFFUSION EXTEMAL DMA I/F
PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0] MTF

THADIN
PCLK
2.6kBYTE VIDEO RAM
PDAT
PLAT
DMA BUS STRB[3:0]
STRBPOL

OPIF INPUTS OPIF OUTPUTS


+VREF
PWR/GND TEST OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/SSRXD1 LEDCTL/GPO[16]
–VREF
START OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/SSSTAT1 LCDCS/GPO[17]
VIN OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/SSCLK1 OPO[0]/GPO[8]
CLK1 OPI[3]/GPIO[24] OPO[1]/GPO[9]
CLK1N OPO[2]/GPO[10]
CLK2 OPO[3]/GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/SSTXD1
VIDCTL0/FCS1N OPO[5]/GPO[13]
VIDCTL1/FCS2N Fig. 3 OPO[6]/GPO[14]
OPO[7]/GPO[15]

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Input Output Pin Description
Pin Name Pin No. I/O
Type Type (Note: Active low signals have an "n" pin name ending.)
CPU Control Interface
MIRQn 135 I HU − Modem interrupt, active low. (Hysteresis In, Internal Pullup.)
SYSCLK 133 I H − System clock. (Hysteresis In.)
TSTCLK 130 O − 123XT Test clock.
Bus Control Interface
A[23:0] [1:6][8:13] O TU 123XT Address bus (24-bit).
[15:20][22:27]
D[7:0] [136:139] I/O TU 123XT Data bus (8-bit).
[141:144]
RDn 128 O − 123XT Read strobe.
WRn 127 O − 123XT Write strobe.
ROMCSn 120 O − 123XT ROM chip select.
CS1n 122 O − 123XT I/O chip select.
CS0n 57 O − 123XT SRAM chip select. (Battery powered.)
MCSn 121 O − 123XT Modem chip select.
SYNC 126 O − 123XT Indicates CPU op code fetch cycle (active high).
REGDMA 124 O − 123XT Indicates REGSEL cycle and DMA cycle.
WAITn 125 O − 123XT Indicates current TSTCLK cycle is a wait state or a halt state.
RASn 113 O − 123XT DRAM row address select. (Battery powered.)
CAS[1:0]n [111:112] O − 123XT DRAM column address select. (Battery powered.)
DWRn 109 O − 123XT DRAM write. (Battery powered.)
Prime Power Reset Logic and Test
DEBUGn 129 I HU − External non-maskable input (NMI).
RESETn 131 I/O HU 2XO XFC3 Reset.
TEST 58 I C − Sets Test mode (Battery powered).
Battery Power Control and Reset Logic
XIN 59 I OSC − Crystal oscillator input pin.
XOUT 60 O − OSC Crystal oscillator output pin.
PWRDWNn 62 I H − Used by external system to indicate loss of power to XFC3. (Results in NMI)
BATRSTn 61 I H − Battery power reset input.
WRPROTn 110 O − 1XC (Battery powered.) Write protect during loss of VDD power.
Scanner Interface
START 101 O − 2XS Scanner shift gate control.
CLK1 100 O − 2XS Scanner clock.
CLK1n 99 O − 2XS Scanner clock-inverted.
CLK2 98 O − 2XS Scanner reset gate control (or clock for CIS scanner).
FCS1n/VIDCTL0 96 O − 2XT Flash memory chip select or Video Control signal.
FCS2n/VIDCTL1 97 O − 2XT Flash memory chip select or Video Control signal.
Printer Interface
PCLK 29 O − 3XC Thermal Print Head (TPH) clock, or external DMAACK.
PDAT 30 O − 2XP Serial printing data (to TPH).
PLAT 31 O − 3XP TPH data latch.
STRB[3:0] [33:36] O − 1XP Strobe signals for the TPH.
STRBPOL 37 I C − Sets strobe polarity, active high/low.
Operator Panel Interface
OPO[0]/GPO[8]/ 47 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [0] or GPO[8] or Scan Motor Power Control
SMPWRCTRL
OPO[1]/GPO[9]/ 46 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [1] or GPO[9] or Print Motor Power Control
PMPWRCTRL
OPO[2]/GPO[10]/ 44 O − 2XCT Keyboard/LED strobe [2] or GPO[10] or RINGER
RINGER
OPO[3]/GPO[11] 43 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [3] or GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/ 42 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [4] or GPO[12] or SSTXD1 (for SSIF1)
SSTXD1
OPO[5]/GPO[13] 40 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [5] or GPO[13]
OPO[6]/GPO[14] 39 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [6] or GPO[14]
OPO[7]/GPO[15] 38 O − 2XL Keyboard/LED strobe [7] or GPO[15]
OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/ 52 I/O HU 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [0] or GPIO[21] or SSRXD1
SSRXD1 (for SSIF1)
OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/ 51 I/O HU 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [1] or GPIO[22] or SSSTAT1
SSSTAT1 (for SSIF1)
OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/ 50 I/O HU 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [2] or GPIO[23] or SSCLK1
SSCLK1 (for SSIF1)

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Input Output
Pin Name Pin No. I/O Pin Description
Type Type
Operator Panel Interface
OPI[3]/GPIO[24] 49 I/O HU 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [3] or GPIO[24]
LEDCTL 55 O − 4XC Indicates outputs OPO[7:0] are for LEDs.
LCDCS 54 O − 1XC LCD chip select.
General Purpose I/O
GPIO[0] 94 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[0].
GPIO[1]/SASTXD 93 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[1] or SASTXD (for SERIF).
GPIO[2]/SASRXD 92 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[2] or SASRXD (for SERIF).
GPIO[3]/SASCLK 91 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[3] or SASCLK (for SERIF).
GPIO[4]/CPCIN 90 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[4] or Calling Party Control Input.
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2 89 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[5] or SSCLK2 (for SSIF2).
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2 87 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[6] or SSTXD2 (for SSIF2).
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2 86 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[7] or SSRXD2 (for SSIF2).
GPIO[8]/FWRn 85 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[8] or flash write enable signal for NAND-type flash
memory.
GPIO[9]/FRDn 84 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[9] or flash read enable signal for NAND-type flash
memory.
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2 83 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[10] or SSSTAT2 (for SSIF2).
GPIO[11]/BE/ 82 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[11] or bus enable or serial port data input for
SERINP autobaud detection.
GPIO[12]/CS[2]n 80 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[12] or I/O chip select [2].
GPIO[13]/CS[3]n 79 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[13] or I/O chip select [3].
GPIO[14]/CS[4]n 78 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[14] or I/O chip select [4].
GPIO[15]/CS[5]n 77 I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[15] or I/O chip select [5].
GPIO[16]/IRQ[8] 76 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[16] or external interrupt 8.
GPIO[17]/IRQ[5]n 75 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[17] or external interrupt 5.
GPIO[18]/IRQ[9]n 74 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[18] or external interrupt 9.
GPIO[19]/RDY/ 73 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[19] or ready signal or Serial port data output for
SEROUT autobaud detection.
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE 107 I/O H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO[20] or ALTTONE.
Miscellaneous
SM[3:0]/GPO[7:4] [103:106] O − 1XC Programmable: scan motor control pins or GPO pins.
PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0] [115:118] O − 1XC Programmable: print motor control pins or GPO pins.
TONE 119 O − 1XC Tone output signal.
Power, Reference Voltages, Ground
-Vref/CLREF 66 I -VR − Negative Reference Voltage for Video A/D or Reference Voltage for the
Clamp Circuit.
ADXG 68 I VXG − A/D Internal GND. (NOTE: This pin requires an external 0.22µF decoupling
capacitor to ADGA.)
ADGA 69 VADG A/D Analog Ground
ADVA 70 VADV A/D Analog Power
ADGD 72 VADG A/D Digital Ground
+Vref 71 I +VR Positive Reference Voltage for Video A/D.
VIN 67 I VA − Analog Video A/D input.
THADI 65 I TA − Analog Thermal A/D input.
Power and Ground
VSS(12) 7,21,28,45, Digital Ground
53,56,64,88,
95,108,132,
134
VDD(8) 14,32,41,48, Digital Power
81,102,123,
140
VBAT 63 Battery Power
VDRAM 114 DRAM Battery Power

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(2) Panel control block


The following controls are performed by the FC200.
• Operation panel key scanning

• Operation panel LCD display

(3) Mechanism/recording control block


• Recording control block diagram (1)

OPO[7:0]* TEST
OPERATOR OPI[3:0]* BATRSTN
PANEL,
PANEL/LCD PWB KEYPAD, LEDCTL* RESETN
LEDS & LCD LCDCS* TELEPHONE
LINE
TONE/ALTTONE
STRB[3:0] TSTCLK RXIN SPEAKER
LINE
STRBPOL REGDMA TXOUT INTERFACE MICROPHONE
THADI WAITN CIRCUIT
PRINTER DATA SYNC
THERMAL HEAD PDAT

TXA

MIC
CONTROI &

SPKR
RXA
SENSORS PCLK PWRDWNN
PLAT

ANALOG
SWITCH
PM[3:0]* XIN
PRINTER & RTC
MOTOR XOUT CRYSTAL
SCANNER
TXA1
TXA2

SPKRLO
SPKRHI
SM[3:0]*

RIN
MOTOR DRIVERS

SYSCLK RIN
START MIRON SPKR
CLK2 MCSN
SCANNER CLK1 RXDAT
CONTROLS & MONOFAX
SENSORS CLK1N EXTENDED A[4:0] TXDAT
FACSIMILE FACSIMILE
EXTERNAL BUS

VIDCTL[1:0] CONTROLLER D[7:0] MODEM RMODE


FC200 RDN TMODE XIA
CIS
WRN CLKIN
VIN SLEEPN
SCANNER +VREF
VIDEO
PREPROCESSING –VREF A[23:0]
D[7:0]
GPIO
RDN GPIO
SSCLK[2:1]* WRN
SSTXD[2:1]* ROMSCN
SYNC PORTS (2)
(SSIF) SSRXD[2:1]* CAS[0,1]N,RASN,DWRN
DRAM
SSSTAT[2:1]* CS[5:0]N* (OPTION)

WRPROTN
FRDN*
GENERAL GPIO FRWN*
FLASH MEMORY
PURPOSE I/O FCLE*
FCS[0:2]
DEBUGN
SASCLK VDD
SYNC/ASYNC SASTXD VDRAM
SERIAL
PORT SASRXD VBAT
NOTES:*ALTERNATIVE GPO,GPI OR GPIO LINES
VSS
SPEAKERPHONE ONLY

VOICE OR SPEAKERPHONE

Fig. 4

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(4) Modem (R96V24) block FEATURES

INTRODUCTION • Group 3 facsimile transmission/reception


The Rockwell R96V24 MONOFAX ® facsimile modem family provides – ITU-T V.29, V.27 ter, T.30, V.21 Channel 2, T.4
9600 bps half-duplex capability with options supporting DigiTalk™ voice
and ADPCM audio codecs, DigiTalk™ full-duplex speakerphone, and – HDLC framing at all speeds
V.23 full-duplex. The modem models are identified in Table. – Receive dynamic range: 0 dBm to –43 dBm
These functions are supplied in a single VLSI device or two-device set
(for speakerphone). The MDP (modem data pump) is packaged in a – Automatic adaptive equalization
100-pin PQFP. The MDP contains an internal integrated analog codec
– Fixed and programmable digital compromise equalization
(IIA) and is pin-compatible with the R96V24 MONOFAX modems.
This device family enables cost-effective development of a common fac- • V.27 ter short train
simile machine design with digital answering machine and/or full-duplex
speakerphone. • V.21 channel 2
The modem can operate at 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, or 300 bps, and
can perform HDLC framing per T.30 at all rates. A programmable DTMF – DTMF detect and tone detect
detector, three programmable tone detectors, and Caller ID demodulator
are provided.
• Caller ID reception
The DigiTalk™ V24 voice coder/decoder (codec) compresses voice at – Compromise equalizer
an average rate of 2.9 kbps or at a fixed rate of 4.7 kbps with near toll
quality playback. An average rate of 2.9 kbps provides 24 minutes of • DigiTalk™ voice codec
stored voice messages in 4 Mbits of memory. This voice codec allows
the host controller to efficiently store and playback digital incoming mes- – 24 minutes of voice storage per 4 Mbit memory
sages (ICMs) and outgoing messages (OGMs). – Near toll quality voice recording and playback
The ADPCM audio codec compresses audio signals (e.g., music/voice)
at 32 kbps or 24 kbps for highest fidelity coding and reproduction. – Programmable AGCs
Selectable error correction coding allows storage in audio grade RAMs
– Error correction coding allows ARAM usage
(ARAMs). Echo cancellation techniques employed during playback al-
low DTMF and tone detection during voice/audio codec operation to – DTMF detect, tone detect, and tone transmit
support user selectable features. The coder can record messages from
either the IIA or XIA. Dual/single tone transmission is available when the – Pitch synchronized fast and slow playback
decoder is disabled. – Near-end echo cancellation

• ADPCM audio codec

– High fidelity recording and playback of audio signals


– 32 kbps and 24 kbps
– Programmable AGC
– DTMF detect, tone detect, and tone transmit
– Near-end echo cancellation

• 8-bit or 16-bit high quality audio mode transmission/reception

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R96V24 (IC1) Hardware Interface Signals Pin No. Signal Name I/O Type
60 GP17/RINGD IA
Pin Signals – 100-Pin PQFP
61 GPO7 OB
Pin No. Signal Name I/O Type
62 GPO6 OB
1 RS4 IA
63 GPO5 OB
2 RS3 IA
64 GPO4 OB
3 RS2 IA
65 GPO3 OB
4 RS1 IA
66 DGND2 GND
5 RS0 IA
67 CTS OA
6 VDD1 PWR
68 IRQ1 OC
7 D7 IA/OB
69 GPO2 OB
8 D6 IA/OB
70 GPO1 OB
9 D5 IA/OB
71 GPO0 OB
10 D4 IA/OB
72 RESET OA
11 D3 IA/OB
73 XTLI I
12 D2 IA/OB
74 XTLO O
13 D1 IA/OB
75 XCLK OD
14 D0 IA/OB
76 YCLK OD
15 WRITE IA
77 VDD3 PWR
16 DGND1 GND
78 IRQ2 OC
17 RXOUT MI
79 SR3IN MI
18 RMODE MI
80 DGND3 GND
19 TSTROBE MI
81 DGND4 GND
20 TRESET MI
82 SR4IN MI
21 DGNDA1 GND
83 SR3OUT MI
22 NC
84 EYESYNC OA
23 TMODE MI
85 EYECLK OA
24 TXDAT MI
86 IA1CLK MI
25 AVDD PWR
87 SA1CLK MI
26 TALK OD
88 SR1IO MI
27 AGND1 GND
89 EYEXY OA
28 TXA1 O(DD)
90 SR4OUT MI
29 TXA2 O(DD)
91 NC
30 DGNDA2 GND
92 RLSD OA
31 NC
93 DCLK OA
32 NC
94 EN85 IA
33 NC
95 GPI0 IA
34 NC
96 RTS IA
35 VAA1 PWR
97 DGND5 GND
36 SLEEP MI
98 GPI1 IA
37 AGND2 GND
99 TXD IA
38 RIN I(DA)
100 RXD OA
39 VC MI
Notes:
40 VREF MI
I/O type:
41 NC MI = Modem interconnect.
42 NC IA, IB, IC, ID = digital input.
43 DGNDA3 GND OA, OB, OC, OD = digital output.
44 SPKR O(DF) I(DA) = analog input.
45 VAA2 PWR O(DD), O(DF) = analog output.
46 OH OD NC = No external connection allowed.
47 POR MI
48 CLKIN MI
49 NC
50 IACLK MI
51 NC
52 CS IA
53 READ IA
54 GPI2 IA
55 GPI3 IA
56 GPI4 IA
57 GPI5 IA
58 VDD2 PWR
59 GPI6 IA

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[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB

(1) TEL/LIU block operational description


1) Block diagram

TEL/LIU PWB CONTROL PWB

CML
GAIN-C
TXCONT

CML
H TXOUT SIGTX
TEL LINE
L 1
MODEM
0 4053 (R96V24)
1
CI DETECTOR 0 SIGRX
EXT
RXIN 1
0
DP GEN.
1 0
1
HANDSET 0

TELIN

TELOUT

VOL A
VOL B
VOL C
BZCONT
HOOK SW
SP AMP
0
1

TXCONT
4051
SPEAKER

MONITOR GAIN-C

BZCONT
FC200
RCVOL CML

SP MUTE

RX MUTE RX MUTE
DP ON DP ON

CI CI

RHS RHS

+5V

+24VA

DG

Fig. 5

2) Circuit description 3) Block description


The TEL/LIU PWB is composed of the following 9 blocks. 1. Surge Protection circuit
1. Surge protection circuit This circuit protects the circuit from the surge voltage occurring on the
telephone line.
2. Noise filter
3. Dial pulse generation circuit
• The AR1, AR2 protects the circuit from the 425V or higher line
surge voltages.
4. CML relay
5. Matching transformer
6. Hybrid circuit
7. Signal selection
8. Cl detection circuit
9. Power supply and bias circuit

5–8
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2. Noise filter 7. Signal selection


The noise filter comprises the RF choke coil, L4A, L4B. The following signals are used to control the transmission line of TEL/
FAX signal. For details, refer to the signal selector matrix table.
3. Dial pulse generation circuit
The pulse dial generation circuit comprises the photo-coupler PC2, [Control signals from output port]
PC3, polarity guard REC1, and resistor R1. Signal Name Description
The photo-coupler PC3 shunts the line current using the DP signal CML Line connecting relay and DP generating relay
before transmitting the dial signal, then turns off the CML relay. (The circuit is located H: Line make
in the TEL/LIU PWB.) L: Line break
After the pulse dial signal is transmitted by turning on/off the DP sig-
nal, the CML relay is turned on again. SP MUTE Speaker tone mute control signal
(The circuit is located H: Muting (Power down mode)
4. CML relay in the TEL/LIU PWB.) L: Muting cancel (Normal operation)
The CML relay switches over connection to the matching transformer Handset reception mute control signal
T1 while the FAX or built-in telephone is being used. RX MUTE H: Muting
L: Muting cancel
5. Matching transformer DP generating relay
The matching transformer performs electrical insulation from the tel- DP ON H: DP make
ephone line and impedance matching for transmitting the TEL/FAX L: DP break
signal. Speaker volume control signal,
6. Hybrid circuit VOL A VOL B VOL C matrix
The hybrid circuit performs 2-wire-to-4-wire conversion using the IC101 OH-HOOK
OUTPUT VOL A VOL B VOL C
of operational amplifier, transmits the voice transmission signal to the Receiving
line, and feeds back the voice signal to the voice reception circuit as X0 L L L —
the side tone. X1 H L L HIGH
X2 L H L MIDDLE1
X3 H H L MIDDLE2
VOL A X4 L L H MIDDLE3
VOL B X5 H L H —
VOL C X6 L H H LOW
(The circuit is located
X7 H H H —
in the control PWB.)
OUTPUT RINGER BUZZER DTMF ICM/OGM
X0 HIGH — — HIGH
X1 — — — MIDDLE1
X2 — — — MIDDLE2
X3 — — — MIDDLE3
X4 LOW — — —
X5 — FIXED FIXED LOW
X6 — — — —
X7 MIDDLE — — —
• The volume settings of ON-HOOK receiving,
DTMF and ICM/OGM must be performed to-
gether. (The setting of RINGER must be per-
formed separately.)
TXOUT mute signal
TXCONT H: Signal sending, when transmitting
(The circuit is located
L: During reception, transmission mute,
in the control PWB.)
(during standby)
GAIN-C Reception gain switching signal
(The circuit is located L: When connected to line, 1: 1 gain
in the control PWB.) H: When not connected to line, HIGH gain
BZCONT Speaker output signal switching
(The circuit is located H: Buzzer signal output
in the control PWB.) L: When monitoring line signal

5–9
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[Signals for status recognition according to input signals] NO Signal Name (CNLIUA) NO Signal Name (CNLIUA)
Signal Name Function 1 TELOUT 7 RXIN
H: The handset is in the on-hook state. 2 TELIN 8 TXOUT
RHS
L: The handset is in the off-hook state. 3 TELMUTE 9 CML
CI Incoming call (CI) detection signal. 4 CI 10 +24VA
5 HS 11 +5V
[Other signals] 6 RHS 12 DG
Signal Name Function
TEL IN Receiving signal from line or modem NO Signal Name (CNLIUB) NO Signal Name (CNLIUB)
TEL OUT Transfer signal to line 1 RXMUTE 3 DPMUTE
SPOUT Speaker output signal 2 DPON 4 E-RLY
Transmission (DTMF) analog signal output
TXOUT 8. Cl detection circuit
from modem
Reception (DTMF, others) analog signal input The CI detection circuit detects the CI signals. A CI signal, which is pro-
RXIN
into modem vided to the photo-coupler PC6 through the C4 (0.56 µF), R2 (22 K),
and ZD3 when the ring signal is inputted from the telephone line.
9. Power supply and bias circuits
The voltages of +5V and +24VA are supplied from the control PWB unit.

(Example: Fax signal send)

TEL/LIU PWB CONTROL PWB

CML
GAIN-C
TXCONT

TXOUT SIGTX
,,
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
,,
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
H

,,
,,,,,,, ,,
,,,,,,
TEL LINE 1
L MODEM
,,
,,,,,,, ,, 4053 (R96V24)
0
,,
,, ,,,
,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,
CI DETECTOR 0
,, ,,
,, ,,,,,,,
,, ,,
RXIN 0
EXT 1 SIGRX
,,
,, ,,
DP GEN.
,, ,,
,, 1 0 ,,
,,
1 ,,
,, ,,
HANDSET
0 ,, ,,
,,
,, ,,
,,,,,,,
,, ,,
TELIN ,,,,,,,,,
,, ,,
,,
,, ,,
,, ,,
,,
,, ,,
,, ,,
TELOUT
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,
,,,,
VOL A ,,
,,
VOL B ,,
,,
VOL C
,,
BZCONT ,,
HOOK SW SP AMP ,,
,,,,,,, ,,
,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0,,,,,,, ,,
1

TXCONT
4051
SPEAKER

MONITOR GAIN-C

BZCONT
FC200
RCVOL CML

SP MUTE

SP MUTE RX MUTE

DP ON DP ON
CI CI

RHS RHS
+5V
TX/RX SIGNAL
,,,,,
,,,,, OGM/ICM/MEMO/PLAYBACK SIGNAL +24VA

,,,,, OGM/MEMO/RECORD SIGNAL


DG

Fig. 6

5 – 10
FO-475A

[4] Circuit description of power supply PWB

1. Block diagram F1
T1.25A/250V
Noise Rectifying
AC IN Filter Smoothing Switching
Circuit Circuit Circuit Regulater +5V
F2 (RCC system) Circuit
T1.25A/250V
+24V
F3
4A/72V

Fig. 7 Photo Coupler

2-1. Noise filter circuit The overcurrent protection is performed by bringing Q1 to OFF state
through detection of voltage increase in the auxiliary winding of T1 by
The input noise filter section is composed of L and C, which reduces
ZD2 and R9.
normal mode noise from the AC line and common mode noise to the AC
line. The overvoltage protection is performed by operating the overcurrent
protection circuit through destruction of zener diode ZD4 and short-
2-2. Rectifying/smoothing circuit circuiting of load.
The AC input voltage is rectified by diode D1, 2, 3, 4 and smoothed by 2-4. +5V circuit
capacitor C5 to supply DC voltage to the switching circuit section.
Each DC voltage supplied by rectifying the output of transformer T1 with
Power thermistor TH1 suppresses inrush current at power switch-on.
diode D8 is stabilized by 3-terminal regulator IC1.
2-3. Switching circuit 2-5. VTH circuit
This circuit employs the self excited ringing choke convertor (RCC) sys-
VTH output is supplied through the relay RY1.
tem. In this system, the DC voltage supplied from the rectifying/smooth-
Relay RY1 is operated by VTH-ON signal.
ing section is converted into high frequency pulses by ON/OFF repeti-
tion of MOS FET Q1.
Energy is charged in the primary winding of T1 during ON period of Q1,
and discharged to the secondary winding during OFF period.
The output voltage is controlled by adjusting ON period of Q1 which
changes charge time of C9 through operation of photo-coupler PC1 from
+24V output.

[5] Circuit description of CIS unit


1. CIS 2. Waveforms
Cis is an image sensor which puts the original paper in close contact The following clock is supplied from FC200 of the control board, and
with the full-size sensor for scanning, being a monochromatic type VO is output.
with the pixel number of 1,728 dots and the main scanning density of
5ms
8 dots/mm.
Approx.5V
It is composed of sensor, rod lens, LED light source, light-conductive øT
plate, control circuit and so on, and the reading line and focus are 0V
2µs
previously adjusted as the unit.
Due to the full-size sensor, the focus distance is so short that the set
CISCLK
is changed from the light weight type to the compact type.

VO 2V(TYP)
(White original paper)

Fig. 8

5 – 11
A B C D E F G H I

(3-3B)
(3-2G)
+5V
[1] Control PWB circuit R154 C120 1/6
10K 1000P D[7~0]
(2-6A)(3-6B)
Main control block

+5V
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
6 C133 C156 C119 C123 DG 6
C151 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

SYSCLK
0.1

10K
C158 C129 C104

MIRQ R107
C121

RA4
0.1 0.1 0.1

270x4
C155 0.1

10K
R108
1 N M L
DG

RA5
270x4
DG DG DG DG DG DG DG DG
R197
100P

53,56
64,88
7,134

102
132

81
48
41
32
21
28
45
58
129
10K 131
R117 135
133
130
136
137
138
139
141
142
143
144

70
69
14

72
68
140
123
95,108
A[17~0]
(2-6A)(3-6B)
R199 DG

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
100P

VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
RA3

TEST
MIRQ

ADVA
ADGA
ADXG

ADGD
RESET
DEBUG
HS R235 470 10K 107 1

TSTCLK
SYSCLK
CNLIUA-5 GPIO20 A23 A
CI R146 470 10K 73 A22 2 B
5 CNLIUA-4 GPIO19 5
FCLE R171 270 74 A21 3
(2-5G) GPIO18 C
FALE R152 270 75 A20 4
(2-5G) GPIO17 D
SPMUTE R105 470 RA3 76 A19 5
(6-2H) GPIO16 E
CSWI 10K 77 A18 6
(4-4C) GPIO15 F
MDMRST R114 470 78 8 R157 270 A17
(3-3B) GPIO14 A17
CUT1I 10K 79 A16 9 R156 270 A16
(4-4C) GPIO13
VTHON R149 470 80 A15 10 RA11 270x4 A15
(5-5F) GPIO12
MPXB R239 470 RA3 82 A14 11 A14
CNLIUB-4 GPIO11
FREADY R226 470 10K 83 A13 12 A13
(2-4G) GPIO10
FRD R150 270 84 A12 13 A12
C202 (2-4G) GPIO9/FRD
100P (2-5G) FWR R151 270 85 A11 15 RA10 270x4 A11
GPIO8/FWR
FRSNSI 10K 86 A10 16 A10
4 (4-4C) GPIO7 4
N.M. (4-5C) ORGSNSI 87 A9 17 A9
GPIO6
C157 (4-3C) PSNSI R125 R123 89 A8 18 A8
GPIO5
RXCONT 470 30K 90 19 RA9 270x4 A7
(6-3A) GPIO4 A7
DG DRSNSI R169 470 RA3 10K 91 20 A6
(4-5C) GPIO3 A6
CML R238 470 92 A5 22 A5
CNLIUA-9 GPIO2 IC2
TELMUTE R254 470 R121 93 A4 23 A4
CNLIUA-3 GPIO1
MONITOR R153 470 3.3K 94 FC200 A3 24 RA8 270x4 A3
(6-3A) GPIO0
25 A2

6–1
C219 C132 N.M. A2
FCS1 100P 96 A1 26 A1
(2-4G) VIDCTL0/FCS1
R119 97 A0 27 A0
VIDCTL1/FCS2
270

100P
100
CLK1
99 RD 128 R124 RD
CLK1 (2-3A)(3-4B)

DG
C217 DG
DG
3 100 3
CISCLK R120 470 98 WR 127 H R126 WR
CNCIS-5 CLK2 (2-4D)(3-4B)
ΦT R106 470 101 120 R128 100 ROMCS
CNCIS-4 START ROMCS (2-4A)
122 270 C122 C194
ΦT C118 C128 CS1
18P 18P 57 R155 15P 15P CE1
DG CS0 (2-4D)
STRB4 R222 270 33 121 200 DG MCS
CNTH-12 STRB3 MCS (3-4B)
STRB3 R223 270 34 SYNC 126 R127
CNTH-11 STRB2 I
STRB2 R195 270 35 124 270
CNTH-4 STRB1 REGDMA K
STRB1 R196 270 36 WAIT 125
CNTH-3 STRB0 J
PCLK R250 270 29 RAS 113
CNTH-14 PCLK
DATA R251 270 30 CAS0 112
CNTH-15 PDAT
LATCH R249 270 31 CAS1 111
CNTH-13 PLAT
CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LAYOUT

37 DWR 109
2 STRBPOL 2
R170 110

C191
C190
C212
C175
C174
C193
C192
10K WRPROT
–VREF/CLREF

THADI
TONE

GPO15/OPO7
GPO14/OPO6
GPO13/OPO5
VDRAM
+VREF
PWRDWN

LEDCTL
VBAT

OPO4
OPO3
VIN

OPO2
OPO1
OPO0
LCDCS
OPI3
OPI2
OPI1
OPI0
GPO3
GPO2
GPO1
GPO0
SM3
SM2
SM1
SM0
XIN
XOUT

30Px7

38
39
40
42
43
44
46
47
54
55
49
50
51
52
65
67
66
71
59
60
62
63
BATRST 61

C107

114
117
118
103
104
105
106
119

0.1 R168

DG
DG
DG
DG
DG
DG
DG
10M
+5V
116 RA1
115 470x4

DG C7
C131 2200P

R221
Z2104
R148 4.7/50

RA6

RA7
100K

470x4

470 x 4
1000Px4
C153 22P

DG DG

470
C5

R194
C102
C103
C106
C105
X3

0
10/50
270 x 4

L107
32.768kHz
RESET

TPB
TPA
THADI

RA2 TPB
TPA
–VREF
C154 22P +VREF

BZOUT
VIN

GAINC
N.M.

TXCONT
BZCONT

C147
C149
C146
C145
VREFCONT

C152
C171
C172
C173
C170
C150
VBT

1 DG DG DG 1
DG
DG
DG
DG

N.M.

SEN4
SEN3
SEN2
SEN1
SEN0
E
KEN4A
KEN3A
KEN2A
KEN1A

DG
(5-5F)
(5-5F)

(5-5F)
(5-5F)

(6-6A)
(6-4A)
(5-2A)
(6-3H)
(6-1H)
(5-2H)
(5-5D)
(5-4D)
(5-4D)
(4-1D)

DG
CNPN-1
CNPN-2
CNPN-3
CNPN-4

CNPN-11
CNPN-12
CNPN-13
CNPN-14
CNPN-15
CNPN-10

A B C D E F G H I
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A B C D E F G H I
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Memory block 2/6


6 A[17~0]
(1-5I) 6
D[7~0]
(1-6I)
IC8 IC9
27C020 IC7 KM29N040T
W24257S-70LL (44PIN TSOP)
A17 30
A17
A16 2 21 D7 A14 1 19 D7 FCLE 2 27 R198 150 D7
A16 DQ8 A14 IO8 (1-5A) CLE 1/O 7
A15 3 20 D6 A13 26 18 D6 26 R200 150 D6
A15 DQ7 A13 IO7 1/O 6
A14 29 19 D5 A12 2 17 D5 FALE 3 25 R197 150 D5
A14 DQ6 A12 IO6 (1-5A) ALE 1/O 5
A13 28 18 D4 A11 23 16 D4 24 R199 150 D4
A13 DQ5 A11 IO5 1/O 4
A12 4 17 D3 A10 21 15 D3 FWR 4 21 R225 150 D3
A12 DQ4 A10 IO4 (1-4A) WE 1/O 3
5 A11 25 15 D2 A9 24 13 D2 20 R228 150 D2
A11 DQ3 A9 IO3 1/O 2 5
A10 23 14 D1 A8 25 12 D1 CE2 5 19 R224 150 D1
A10 DQ2 A8 IO2 (4-1D) WP 1/O 1
A9 26 13 D0 A7 3 11 D0 18 R227 150 D0
A9 DQ1 A7 IO1 1/O 0
A8 27 A6 4
A8 A6
A7 5 A5 5 28 44
A7 A5 VDD VBT VCC +5V
A6 6 31 A4 6 23
A6 PGM A4 VCC
A5 7 32 A3 7 C161
A5 VCC +5V VBT A3 0.1
A4 8 1 A2 8 14
A4 VPP A2 VSS
A3 9 A1 9
A3 C189 R176 A1 FREADY C195
A2 10 0.1 22K A0 10 41
A2 A0 DG (1-4A) R/B 0.1
A1 11 16
A1 GND
A0 12 CE1 20 FRD 42 40
A0 (1-3I) CS1 (1-4A) RE GND
4 ROMCS 22 WR 27 1
(1-3I) E DG (1-3I) WE VSS 4
24 CE2 22 FCS1 43 22
G (4-1D) CS2/OE (1-3A) CE VSS
R177
N.M.
DG
R158
0

RD
(1-3I)

6–2
3
3

2
2

1
1

A B C D E F G H I
A B C D E F G H I

CNTH-6
CNLIUA-6
Modem block 3/6
6 A[4~0] 6

RHS
RANK
C218
D[7~0] 1000P
C196 +5V +5V +5V
0.1
DG DG R143 C126 C110 C117
R122 R255 10K 0.1 0.1 0.1
470 470 DG DG DG
L105 L102 L101
0 0 0
RA3
R116 R266 10K
10K 10K
C144 C112 C116
1 1 1
5 5

22,31
32,33
34,41
42,49
51,91

60
58
57
56
55
54
98
95
99
96
67
92
93
16
97
58
77
81

100
6
R101
15

TXD
RTS
CTS
RXD
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.

GPI7
GPI6
GPI5
GPI4
GPI3
GPI2
GPI1
GPI0
25

RLSD
DCLK
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
AVDD +5V

DGND1
DGND5
66 DGND2
80 DGND3
DGND4
35
VAA1 C113 C3
45 1 47/25
VAA2
A4 1 21
RS4 DGNDA1
A3 2 30
RS3 DGNDA2
A2 3 43 MAG DG
RS2 DGNDA3
A1 4 27
RS1 AGND
A0 5 37
RS0 AGND2
+5V
4 4
D7 7 D101
D7
D6 8 38 1SS355 RIN
D6 RIN (6-3A)
D5 9 D100
D5 1SS355
D4 10
D4
D3 11 46 N.C.
D3 IC1 OH MAG
D2 12 26
D2 TALK N.C.
D1 13 R96V24
D1

6–3
D0 14
D0

MCS 52
(1-3I) CS
RD 53 TXA1 28 TXA1
(1-3I) READ (6-4A)
WR 15 TXA2 29 TXA2
3 (1-3I) WRITE (6-4A) 3
MIRQ 68
(1-6F) IRQ1
R110 78 C111
N.C. IRQ2
10 40 0.1
VREF
39 C2
VC 10/50
R115 R147 83
SR3OUT N.C.
MDMRST 33K 10 72 82
(1-5A) RESET SR4IN N.C. C100 C1
47 44 0.1 10/50
POR SPKR N.C.
C127 MAG MAG
TSTROBE

EYECLK
SR4OUT
TXDAT
IAICLK
SAICLK
TRESET

SR1IO
TMODE

SLEEP
EYEXY
RMODE
RXOUT
SR3IN
CLKIN

EN85
XCLK
IACLK

YCLK

GP07
GP06
GP05
GP04
GP03
GP02
GP01
GP00
L106
0.01 0
R100

61
62
63
64
65
69
70
71
36
94
75
76
89
85
EYESYNC 84
XTLI 73
XTLO 74
88
23
18
79
17
90
24
50
48
86
19
87
20

+5V
N.M. R142 14
MAG 10K R263 1,9,11,13 C136
2 DG 470 C134 2
0.1
M.N.
IC3 7

R109 270
R103 270

R111 270
R113

R145 270
R144 270
R256 270
R104 270

R112 270
X1 0 HCU04 L103

R102
49.92MHz R130 0
N.M. C114 1M DG DG
N.M. DG C101 5P
R264 1000P
MAG
3 4
C115 L100
5P 3.3µH R132 L104 R129
IC3 150 100 0
5 6 SYSCLK
R265 (1-6F)
HCU04
N.M. R131

VOLC
LEDON
MPXA

VOLB
MPXC

VOLA
RCVOL
E-RELAY
DG IC3 C135
C203
C220
C221

DG MAG 150 N.M.


100Px3 HCU04
C108 X2 C109 DG
1 16MHz 1
DG
DG
DG

(5-5F) 15P 15P

(6-2A)

(6-1H)
(6-2H)
(6-2H)
CNLIUB-6
CNLIUB-3
CNLIUB-5

DG DG

A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A
A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A

Other block 4/6


6 +5V
6
+5V
C204 D102 <VBT>
R193 0.1 RB705D
R189 5.6K
30K 4
R191 9 – DG BT+
270 8 ORGSNSI HOLBAT-1 VBT
ORGSNS 10 + (1-4A)
CNPN-8 R247
11 IC12 BT+ BAT1 5.6K C223
HOLBAT-2 CR2032 0.1
2902
C226 R192 DG
3.3K HOLBAT-3
N.M.
DG DG
DG DG DG
5
C222 5
1000P
DRSNSI
(1-4A) +5V
SW R173
DOOR SW C160
2200P 270 DG
DG +5V +5V
CNPW-2 CNLIUA-11
DG
FRSNS FRSNSI +5V
CNPN-9 (1-4A) C215 C9 CNPN-7
C148
C209 C210 R220 0.1 47/25 1000P
100P 2200P 270 DG
DG DG DG
CNPW-1 CNLIUA-12
DG DG
4 CSW CSWI DG
CNCSW-1 (1-5A) CNPN-5
4
C205 C206 R219
270 C255 DG DG
100P 2200P 0.1 R257
CNPN-6
N.M.
+24V DG
DG DG CNCUT1-2
CUT1 CUT1I +24V
CNCUT1-1 (1-4A) CNPW7
R141 DG
C138 C125 270 CNCSW-2
100P 2200P C231 C10

6–4
0.1 22/50
DG DG
MG
CNPW-4
MG
PSNS CNPW-5
+5V PSNSI MG
3 +5V (1-4A) CNPW-6 MG +24VA
1 3 3
R133
220 RP1 R2
ITR9606 10(1/4W) +24VA
2 4 CNLIUA-10

C12 C224
100/50 1000P
DG DG

DG DG

+5V

2 R258 2
5 R134 R260 R259
1K
VCC
1 N.M.
C137 MRST R135 C
1 4 10K B
Q100
2

OUT
SUB 2SC2412K DG FG MG
E CE2
(2-4D)(2-5G)
GND R136
3 4.7K
IC100
PST596CNR DG
1 DG
RESET 1
(1-1F)

A B C D E F G H I
A B C D E F G H I

Video processing/Motor drive/thermal block 5/6


6
6
+5V FU100
ICPS07
VMT
+24V CNMT-5
VMT
R175 CNMT-6
5.1K C
<VO> <VIN>
B Q101 ZD2 C207
E 2SC2412 IC13 1N4748A 1000P
VO B Q102 E VIN ULN2003A
CNCIS-1 (1-1F) DG
2SA1037 9
C159 COM
C R172 1000P TPA 1 16 TPAD
ZD1 R174 (1-1E) 1B 1C CNMT-1
MTZJ5.6B 10K 1.5K TPB 2 15 TPBD
(1-1E) 2B 2C CNMT-2
5 (1-1E)
TPA 3 14 TPAD
3B 3C CNMT-3 5
TPB 4 13 TPBD
(1-1E) 4B 4C CNMT-4
DG DG DG DG 5 12
5B 5C
VTHON 6 11 VTHON
(1-4A) 6B 6C CNPW-3
LEDON 7 10 LEDON
+5V (3-1D) 7B 7C (5-1B)
8
E
R215
10K C208 C188
9 –
8 VREF+ N.M
10 (1-1F)
+
IC11 DG DG MG MG
2902
4 R211 VREF–
30K (1-1F) 4

DG DG VTH VTH
CNPW-8 CNTH-1
VTH VTH
CNPW-9 CNTH-2
VTH VTH
CNPW-10 R248 CNTH-16
22K C213

6–5
+5V 1000P
+5V CNCIS-3
DG MG
CNTH-7
C167 C168 MG
CNTH-8
1 1000P MG
CNTH-9
3 DG CNCIS-2 MG C211
1000P 3
DG
<DG>
+5V
DG +5V CNTH-10
+24V CNCIS-7
+24V C214 C228
C169 R253 0.1 C8
0.1
1000P 20K N.M
DG
GLED CNCIS-6 MG MG DG
C229
+5V N.M THAD1
DG (1-1F)
TH1
CNTH-5
2
R252 C13 C130 C216 2
Q103 IC12 470K 10/50 1000P 1000P
RNC1402 R245 2902 C Q1 DG
VREFCONT B C 33K 12 DG
(1-1E)
+ 2SD1858
14 B
R244 13 –
E 30K R243 MG
R218 0 E
30K
R190 N.M.

DG DG R242
200
R1
27(1W)
1
LEDON 1
(5-5H)

A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A
A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A

Analog signal block 6/6


6 TXCONT MICIN 6
(1-1D) CNMIC-3
R118 C186
10K 2200P C227
N.M.
+5V
R212
5.6K R217 C187 R236
10K 0.047 R229 N.M.
7 – 6
5
R188 + VREF N.M.
10 R216 R232 C11
3.3K 0 N.M.
IC12 2 TELOUT
DG 2902 0 CNLIUA-1
15 IC10 IC6
1 R187
C165 C VREF 4053 4053
1 1
C166 16
5 IC6 VCC +5V VCC 16 +5V 5
DG N.M.
4053 DG
R204 C163 CNMIC-1 C180 C164
12K 270P DG DG ENABLE 0.1 0.1
CNMIC-2 6 6
VEE
N.M. 7
R206 R209 GND GND 7
ALARM 150K 91K 8 8
(6-2A)
C179
0.22 IC11 DG DG
TXA1 R208 8.2K 6
(6-3H) – 7 2902 TXOUT
TXA2 R207 8.2K 5 CNLIUA-8
(6-3H) +
C182 +5V
0.22 R202
10K C178 R180
1 3.3K
4 (6-3A) TXA1a 4
DG DG

GAINC
(1-1D)
C185
1000P
IC6
4053 R214 IC6
68.1K 4053 11 R167 C143
C140

6–6
1 3 0
0.1 13 137K RXIN
RIN 4 1 CNLIUA-7 R178
(3-4H) 14 C R166 10K
C 5 1 – 2 BZCONT
3 12 0 EXSIG (1-1E)
0 + VREF CNLIUB-1
0
R165 R163
3 9 IC12 3.9K N.M. IC4 +5V 3
RXCONT 2902
(1-4A) MC34119
C141
R234 330P
20K R164
MONITOR IC5 100K R162
(1-3A) 150K
R186 4051 C230 R161
IC10 33K 0.1 3K
4053 13 6
9 X0 X 4 –
C200 2 5 SP+
C176 C177 R203 5 CNSP-1
0.1 0.1 10K 0 R184 14 3 +
4 C N.M. X1
R237 75K 8
7
3 68K VDD 16 +5V 1
1 R182 15 SP– CNSP-2
C198 R233 X2
IC11 C181 10 150K C139
0.1 20K
TXA1a 2 – 2902 0.1 0.1
(1-3A) 1 2 R160 12 6,7,8 SPMUTE
2 3 0 X3 C6 C4 (1-5A) 2
VREF + C 15 300K 4.7/50 1/50 R138
R179 10K
1 R181 1
10K 1 X4 DG DGDG DG
RCVOL 510K
(3-1D)
IC10 R159 5 VOL A
IC10 X5 A 11 (3-1C)
ALARM 4053 470K VOL B
(6-4D) 4053 11 R201 C201 B 10 (3-1C)
C162 1000P R183 2 VOL C (3-1C)
13 0 X6 C 9
0.1 1 750K
R205
14 C R240 4
12 47K X7
N.M.
+5V 0 R231 R185
+24VA 100K R140
R230 N.M. 10K BZOUT
R246 47K 4 (1-1F)
33K 13 –
14 TELIN R137 C124
1 12 CNLIUA-2 R139 C142 1
+ R241 10K 0.01
R210 IC11 1.5K 4700P
R213 10K 11 1.5K
33K C183 2902
C184 VREF
1 C232 DG DG
1
0.1
DG DG DG DG

A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A

Control PWB parts layout (Top side)

6–7
FO-475A

Control PWB parts layout (Bottom side)

6–8
A B C D E F G H I

[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit 1/2


L5
6 TLJ-2 C106
330P 6
N.M. JP1
JP106
CNLNJ-2 NOTE:
JP5
JP105
C2 These marks are all safety-critical parts.
C103 0.33 R115
N.M. 39K R123 C112
C3 CNLIUA-8
T1 R122 30K 0.1
JP101 JP3 1.0 470 – 6 TXOUT
I2142 7
CNLNJ-3 5
L2 R108 +
N.M. 300 R124 VREF-A
C102 ZD6 0
HZ2A1 IC101
L4 VA1 C101 R113 C105 2904
0.047 C113 470 0.068
TNR7G181
5 N.M. N.M. ZD7
L1 5
N.M. HZ2A1
R114
JP103 JP4 4 5 100
CNLNJ-4 VREF-A
3
C4 R107 R1 C108
CML 0.56 43K 0 PC3 R118
ZD2

AR1
TLP627 1K 0.1

AR2
D1 MTZJ6R8B C109 R117

RA-501P-V6
R2 1SS131 ~ + 0.1 620

RA-501P-V6
22K(1/2W) VREF-A
JP104 ARG R103 ZD4 ZD5
R102 15
~ – 10K HZ2A1 HZ2A1
N.M. D
JP102 L3 REC1
S1ZB60 PC2 G Q1
CNLNJ-5 TLP521 BS108
ZD3 PC6
4 N.M. TLP521
MTZJ20B S C111

ZD1
TLJ-1 560P
4
JP2

MTZJ30B
R101 C1 R119
13K 4.7/50 R106
N.M. 15 R116 68K
C110
22K 2 – 0.1
PC1
PC4 R105
PC5 R104

1 RXIN
3 +
CNLNJ-6 N.M. R121 CNLIUA-7
22K IC101

6–9
VREF-A R120 2904
+5V
22K
C132
R133 1000P
1.5K G
3 ZD8 ZD9 +24VA
R138 S MTZJ2R4B MTZJ2R4B 3
D C130
R143 +24VA
1K R141 Q108 C128
C11 20K +5V
4.7/50 N.M. 2200P 8
L6 R142
R-5C DG 10K R139 VREF-A
TX+ 2 R137 C107
CNHJ-4 – 1 1.6K 56K 0.1 IC101
C133 3
+ R134 2904
C124 C125 4700P VREF C5 4
2200P 2200P 2 – 47/25

220P
C129
IC103 1 TELOUT
3 +
CNHJ-1 TX– 4558 VREF CNLIUA-1
DG IC102 DG DG
C120 C119 PC5
1000P 1000P 4558
2 C10
10/50 2
DG DG 8
DG R127
Q101
RN1402 G VREF C118
C116 0.1 IC102
RXMUTE 1000P C117
CNLIUA-3 D S 4558
N.M.
Q102 4
R136 C115
+5V 24K +5V +24VA
DG R128 IC103
N.M.
Q104 R135 DG
2SC2412K R125 TEL IN 1458
3.3K 7 – 6 CNLIUA-2
5 15K
L8 C6 + R132 8
R-5C 4.7/50 R126 VREF 20K 6 – VREF
RX+ IC102 7
CNHJ-2 8.2K 5
1 C9 +
D3 D4
4558
2.2/50 4 1
1SS133 1SS133 R130 R131 C122 R140 C123 C131 C121
CNHJ-3 RX– 150 2.2K 1 30K 1 0.1 0.1
DG
L7 DG DG DG DG DG DG DG DG DG
R-5C
A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A
A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A

TEL/LIU PWB circuit 2/2


6
6

NOTE:
These marks are all safety-critical parts.

+5V
5
5

R112 PC1 Q107


E-RLY
CNLIUB-6

N.M.
4 R144 DG
+5V VDD 10 4
CNLIUA-11 +5V
Q106
PC2 RN1402
C7 C126 R111 TLP521
47/25 0.1 470 DPMUTE
CNLIUB-5
CNLIUA-12 DG

C8 C127 DG
22/50 0.1 DG

6 – 10
CNLIUA-10 +24VA Q105
+24VA PC3
R110 RN1402
TLP627
470 DPON
CNLIUB-4
3
RHS 3
CNLIUA-6
SW1 DG
HOOK SW R129
DG 100K

CI
CNLIUA-4

PC6 C114
TLP521 0.1

2
DG DG 2

Q103
RN1402 +5V
1 12 CML
+24VA CML CNLIUA-9 VDD

R109
DG
HS
D2 CNLIUA-5
1SS131

PC4 C104
1
1
N.M.
DG DG

A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A

TEL/LIU PWB parts layout (Top side)

A CN IS HK ZA MY
GR RA SG GH AU

6 – 11
FO-475A

TEL/LIU PWB parts layout (Bottom side)

GR RA SG GH AU
A CN IS HK ZA MY

6 – 12
A B C D E F G H I

[3] Power supply PWB circuit


6
6

D7 CN2
R7 T1 F3
S3L20U-4004P15 FB1
220K(2W) (1) (5) CCP2E100 7
VM
TH1 R5
M16007C C7 C6 10
560K 1500P R13 R14 VTH
C5 220P PC1
C16 270 6.8K
68/400 2200P
PC123FY8 1
9
R6 R19 RY1 VTH
R2 D5
560K 05NU42 R12 AJS3312
0.33(2W) 8
N.M. 2.2K VTH
(2) 2
R16 Q3 VR1
5 RL1N4005 x 4 Q1 820 2SC1740S 470
FS5KM-18A C15 5
D3 D4 D1 D2 R3 C8 R8 3
680/35

ZD4
4700P 820 VTH-ON
15K (3)
D9

RD30FB3
IS2076A 6
R15 MG
D6

ZD3
2.4K
IS2076A 5
C20 C17 MG

RD6.2ESAB2
2200P C9 1000P
0.068 4
C4 R10 MG
(6)
1000P 33

ZD2
R4
C3 100 4 IC1

RD3.3ESAB2
1000P PC1 D8 NJM78M05FA
4 PC123FY8 (7) SR140 1 3 2
IN OUT +5V 4
3 GND
C2

C10
0.1

1000P
2
Q4 R11 R9
2SC1741ASQR C18 C19
560 560 1/50
470/16

C11
C14

1000P
1000P
L1 Q2
2SC2655-Y
1

6 – 13
DG
(8)

(4)
3
R1 3
560K
C13
C1 2200P
0.1

V1
470V

F1 F2
T1.25A/250V T1.25A/250V

2
2

1 3

AC L AC N
CN1

1
1

A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A
FO-475A

Power supply PWB parts layout

6 – 14
A B C D E F G H I

[4] Operation panel PWB circuit


6
6

LD4
CNLCD-11 D1
1SS270
SEN0
CNPN-15
FUNC RESOLUTION REMINDER 2 3 SPEED 03 04 1
LD5
CNLCD-12 D3
1SS270
SEN1
CNPN-14
DOWN UP STOP 5 6 REDIAL 05 06 4
5 LD6
CNLCD-13 D4 5
1SS270
SEN2
CNPN-13
RECEPTION COPY 8 9 HOLD 07 08 7
LD7
CNLCD-14 D5
1SS270
SEN3
CNPN-12
01 02 START 0 # SPEAKER 09 10
RS
CNLCD-4 D2
1SS270
SEN4
CNPN-11
REPEAT PLAY DELETE REC

4
4

+5V

6 – 15
3 16
3

R6 100K
R4 100K
R2 100K
R3 100K
R9 100K
R5 100K

R12 100K
R11 100K
R10 100K
KEN 1A 9 VCC 11
CNPN-4 A0 D1
KEN 2A 7 12
CNPN-3 A1 D2
KEN 3A 6 13
CNPN-2 A2 D3
KEN 4A 14 1
CNPN-1 A3 D4
15 2
N.C. D5
D6 3
D7 4
D8 5
D9 10
IC101
74HC147 GND
2 8 CNPN CNLCD 2
1 KEN 4A 1 GND
+5V 2 KEN 3A 2 +5V
E 3 KEN 2A 3 VO
CNPN-10 CNLCD-6
4 KEN 1A 4 RS
CNLCD-5
VO R7 5 GND 5 GND
CNLCD-3 220
+5V 6 GND 6 E
CNPN-7 CNLCD-2 ORGSNS
GND CNPN-8 7 +5V 7 N.C.
CNPN-6 CNLCD-1 A C
GND 8 ORGSNS 8 N.C.
CNPN-5 R1 SG266
C2 6.2K ORGSNS K 9 FRSNS 9 N.C.
C1 E FRSNS
22/50 0.022 10 E 10 N.C.
R8 FRSNS CNPN-9 11 SEN4 11 LD4
1K
1 12 SEN3 12 LD5
13 SEN2 13 LD6 1
14 SEN1 14 LD7
15 SEN0
Note: Since the parts of this PWB can not be supplied, change it as a unit.
A B C D E F G H I
FO-475A
FO-475A

CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART

[1] Protocol
Receive side Transmitter side
G3 communication (Document inserted into
document sensor during
standby)

CED
To recording CED
position
NSF

NSF

CSI

CSI

DIS

DIS

TSI Document inserted to


the reading position
TSI

(DCS) NSS

NSS (DCS)
TCF

TCF

CFR

CFR
SIGNAL
IMAGE

SIGNAL

1st page
IMAGE

RTC
RTC
Next page insert
command
Cut line printed
MPS
MPS

MCF
MCF
SIGNAL
IMAGE

SIGNAL
IMAGE

RTC RTC

Cut line printed

EOP EOP

MCF MCF

DCN DCN

Recording papor ejected Document ejected

7–1
FO-475A

[2] Power on sequence

START

CPU initialized

MODEM initialized

“WAIT A MOMENT” display

STOP key ?

NO

“MEMORY CLEAR ?” display NO


3 sec ?

YES
STAND-BY
YES
1 START key ?

NO
YES
2 COPY key ?

NO 1 2
YES
STOP key ?
“MEMORY CLEARED” display “MEMORY CLEARED” display
NO
NO
3 sec ?
Memory clear Memory clear
YES
STAND-BY STAND-BY PROCESS CHECK MODE

7–2
FO-475A

CHAPTER 8. OTHERS

[1] Service tools

1. List
PRICE
NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION Q’TY
RANK
1 CPWBS2915SCS1 Relay board unit 1 BN
2 PSHEZ3354SCZZ Shading wave memory standard paper 1 AD

Relay board unit

+5V
(TP2)

DG
(TP1)

R100

PI1
PSNS
(TP3)

PRICE
NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION Q’TY
RANK
1 CCNW–4756SC01 SPEAKER RELAY CABLE 1 AK
2 CCNW–4757SC01 PANEL RELAY CABLE 1 AW
3 CCNW–4758SC01 CIS RELAY CABLE 1 AQ
4 CCNW–4759SC01 HEAD RELAY CABLE 1 AX
5 CCNW–4760SC01 CAM SWITCH RELAY CABLE 1 AK
6 CCNW–4761SC01 CUTTER SWITCH RELAY CABLE 1 AK
7 CCNW–4763SC01 MOTOR RELAY CABLE 1 AP
8 QCNW–4764SCZZ PAPER SENSOR RELAY CABLE 1 BB
9 VHPRPi–574/// PHOTO TRANSISTOR [PSNS] 1 AF
10 VRS–TS2AD221J RESISTOR (1/10W 220Ω ±5%)[R100] 1 AA
11 QPWBS2915SCZ4 EXTENSION PWB 1 AR

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2. Description
2-1. Relay board unit
1. Remove the TEL/LIU PWB, control PWB and Power Supply PWB
from this unit, and mount the relay board unit instead.
• Before connecting the wiring to the relay board unit, set the test
PWB switches to the fixed position.
2. The setting is as follows.

• The relay cables are used as one pair.


Relay • The sensor is wired as shown in the following figure.
cable • The door swich and hook switch are manually operated.

The recording paper sensor (PSNS) is operated by OR of the mechani-


cal unit switch and the test PWB switch. When performing installation in
12 TEL/LIU the machine unit, set the test PWB switches to the fixed position.
CNLIUA 1 CNLIUA PWB Mechanical unit PWB to be tested
CNLIUB 6 CNLIUB Actual operation with mechanical unit
1
Recording paper ON/OFF operation OFF (Photo interrupter
sensor is interrupted.)
CNPW POWER PWB sensor check
SUPPLY Recording paper OFF ON/OFF operation
PWB sensor

CHECK
CONTROL
PWB
TEL/LIU
CHECK
DON'T SEPARATE PWB
NOTE CONTROL
PWB

UNIT

DOOR
RELAY CABLE SENSOR

EXTENSION PWB

POWER
TP2(+5V) SUPPLY
TP1(DG)
PWB
TP3
(PSNS)

These cables are connected from the extension board


C K and the checked control PWB at TP1 thru TP3 (signals
TP3 of DG, +5V and PSNS).
(PSNS)
E A

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3. Shading paper
The white and black basis is applied to remember the shading wave-
form. Be sure to perform this operation when replacing the battery or
replacing the control PWB. Execute in the shading mode of DIAG mode.

UX-108/178 SERIES SHADING WAVE MEMORY STANDARD PAPER (PSHEZ3354SCZZ)

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[2] IC signal name

CONTROL PWB UNIT


IC13: VHiULN2003AN/ (ULN2003A) IC7: VHiW24257S7LL (W24257S-70LLT)

(TOP VIEW)
1C 2C 3C 4C 5C 6C 7C COM
A14 1 28 VCC
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 A12 2 27 W

A7 3 26 A13

A6 4 25 A8

A5 5 24 A9

A4 6 23 A11

A3 7 22 S2

A2 8 21 A10 Pin name Signal


A0~A12 Address input
A1 9 20 S1
CE1/CE2 Chip enable
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A0 10 19 DQ8 WE Write enable
1B 2B 3B 4B 5B 6B 7B E DQ1 11 18 DQ7 OE Write enable
I/O1~I/O8 Data I/O
DQ2 12 17 DQ6
VCC Power source
DQ3 13 16 DQ5
GND Ground
GND 14 15 DQ4 N.C. No connection

IC3: VHiMC74HCU04F(MC74HCU04F) IC6, 10: VHiHCF4053M1T (HCF4053B)

VCC 6A 6Y 5A 5Y 4A 4Y
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 6 Inhibit

11 A X 14
Controls
10 B

9 C

12 X0 Y 15
Common
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Out/In
13 X1
1A 1Y 2A 2Y 3A 3Y GND
2 Y0
Switches
In/Out 1 Y1

5 Z0 Z 4

3 Z1

VDD: Pin 16
VSS: Pin 8
VEE: Pin7

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IC11, 12: VHiLM2902D/-1 (LM2902D) IC8: VHi27C02015Ti (27C020)


EP-ROM

(TOP VIEW)
A OUTPUT 1 14 D OUTPUT
VPP 1 32 VCC Pin name Signal
A D
A-INPUT 2 – + + – 13 D-INPUT A16 2 31 PGM A0~A16 Address input

E Chip enable
A15 3 30 NC
G Output enable
A+INPUT 3 12 D+INPUT A12 4 29 A14
GND Ground
A7 5 28 A13 PGM Program
V+ 4 11 GND
A6 6 27 A8 DQ1~DQ8 Data output (Program input)

VCC +5V power


A5 7 26 A9
B+INPUT 5 10 C+INPUT VPP +12.5V power(*)
A4 8 25 A11 (*) Only in the program mode
– + + – C-INPUT A3 9 24 G
B-INPUT 6 9
B C
A2 10 23 A10
B OUTPUT 7 8 C OUTPUT
A1 11 22 E

A0 12 21 DQ8

DQ1 13 20 DQ7

DQ2 14 19 DQ6
IC5: VHiHEF4051BT1 (HEF4051BT) DQ3 15 18 DQ5

GND 16 17 DQ4
6 Inhibit

11 A
Controls
10 B

9 C

13 X0 IC4: VHiMC34119DR2 (MC34119DR2)


14 X1
X 15 Common
15 X2 Out/In

12 X3
Switches
In/Out 1 X4 CD 1 8 VO2
5 X5
FC2 2 7 GND
2 X6

4 X7
FC1 3 6 VCC
VDD: Pin 16
VSS: Pin 8 VIN 4 5 VO1
VEE: Pin7

(TOP VIEW)
IC100: VHiPST596CMT1 (PST596CNR)

M/R 1 5 VCC

SUB 2

GND 3 4 VOUT

(TOP VIEW)

8–5
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IC1: VHiR96FC20V24 (R96V24)

84 EYESYNG
90 SR4OUT

83 SR3OUT
85 EYECLK
87 SA1CLK
97 DGND5

81 DGND4
86 IA1CLK
89 EYEXY

88 SR1IO

82 SR4IN
93 DCLK

92 RLSD
94 EN85
98 GPI1

95 GPI0
RXD
99 TXD

96 RTS

91 NC
100

RS4 1 80 DGND3

RS3 2 79 SR3IN

RS2 3 78 IRQ2

RS1 4 77 VDD3

RS0 5 76 YCLK

VDD1 6 75 XCLK

D7 7 74 XTLO

D6 8 73 XTKI

D5 9 72 RESET

D4 10 71 GPO0

D3 11 70 GPO1

D2 12 69 GPO2

D1 13 68 IRQ1

D0 14 67 CTS

WRITE 15 66 DGND2
DGND1 16 65 GPO3
RXCONT 17 64 GPO4

RMODE 18 63 GPO5
TSTROBE 19 62 GPO6

TRESET 20 61 GPO7

DGNDA1 21 60 GPI7/RINGD

NC 22 59 GPI6

TMODE 23 58 VDD2
TXDAT 24 57 GPI5

AVDD 25 56 GPI4
TALK 26 55 GPI3
AGND1 27 54 GPI2

TXA1 28 53 READ

TXA2 29 52 CS

DGNDA2 30 51 NC
NC 31

NC 32

NC 33

NC 34

VAA1 35

SLEEP 36

AGND2 37

RIN 38

VC 39

VREF 40

NC 41

NC 42

DGNDA3 43

SPKR 44

VAA2 45

OH 46

POR 47

CLKIN 48

NC 49

IACLK 50

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IC2: VHiR96FC20V24 (FC200)

WRPROTN
PM0/GPO0

PM2/GPO2
PM1/GPO1

PM3/GPO3
ROMCSN
REGDMA
DEBUGN
RESETN
SYSCLK

TSTCLK

VDRAM

CAS1N
CAS0N
MIRON

WAITN

DWRN
MCSN
VDDO

VSSO

SYNC

TONE

RASN
CSIN
WRN

VDDI
VSSI

RDN
D0

D2

D5

D7
D1

D3

D4

D6

114

112

110
117

116

115

113

111

109
144

143

141

139

137

135

133

131

129

127

125

123

121
142

140

138

136

134

132

130

128

126

124

122

120

119

118
A23 1 108 VSSO

A22 2 107 GPIO20/ALTTONE

A21 3 106 SM0/GPO4

A20 4 105 SM1/GPO5

A19 5 104 SM2/GPO6

A18 6 103 SM3/GPO7

VSSO 7 102 VDDI

A17 8 101 START

A16 9 100 CLK1

A15 10 99 CLK1N

A14 11 98 CLK2

A13 12 97 FCS2N/VIDCTL1

A12 13 96 FCS1N/VIDCTL0

VDDO 14 95 VSSI

A11 15 94 GPIO0

A10 16 93 GPIO1/SASTXD

A9 17 92 GPIO2/SASRXD

A8 18 91 GPIO3/SASCLK

A7 19 90 GPIO4

A6 20 89 GPIO5/SSCLK2

VSSO 21 88 VSSO

A5 22 87 GPIO6/SSTXD2

A4 23 86 GPIO7/SSRXD2

A3 24 85 GPIO8/FWRN

A2 25 84 GPIO9/FRDN

A1 26 83 GPIO10/SSSTAT2

82 GPIO11/BE
A0 27 /SERINP

VSSI 28 81 VDDO

PCLK 29 80 GPIO12/CS2N

POAT 30 79 GPIO13/CS3N

PLAT 31 78 GPIO14/CS4N

VDDI 32 77 GPIO15/CS5N

STRB3 33 76 GPIO16/IRQ8

STRB2 34 75 GPIO17/IRQ5N

STRB1 35 74 GPIO18/IRQ9N

STRB0 36 73 GPIO19/RDY
/SEROUT
37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72
LEDGTL/GPIO16

+VREF
VSSI

VSSI
OPO1/GPO9

OPO0/GPO8

VDDI

CS0N

TEST

XIN

VIN

ADXG

ADGA
STRBPOL

BATRSTN
OPO7/GPO15

OPO6/GPO14

OPO5/GPO13

OPO3/GPO11

OPO2/GPO10

VSSO

VSSO

XOUT
VDDO

/SSTXD1
OPO4/GPO12

VBAT

–VREF/CLREF

ADGD
OP13/GPIO24

THADI

ADVA
PWRDWNN
LCDCS/GPIO17
/SSCLKI
OP12/GPIO23
/SSTATI
OP11/GPIO22
/SSRXDI
OP10/GPIO21

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PARTS GUIDE

FO-475CN
FO-475
MODEL FO-475

CONTENTS

1 Cabinet, etc. 6 Control PWB unit

2 Upper cabinet 7 TEL-Liu PWB unit

3 Document guide upper 8 Power supply PWB unit

4 Drive unit 50 Hardware parts

5 Packing material & Accessories Index

Because parts marked with " " is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and operation, it must be
replaced with the parts specifi to the product specification.
FO-475A

[1] Cabinet, etc.


57
46 50 57
40
61
B6
41
48
B6
46
12

42

37
15 B4
34
31 33
27 32
30
38 59 28 B4
DOCUMENT
B4
26 GUIDE 29
UPPER
35
B4
4 39 29
5
3 3 36
55
DRIVE UNIT
1
14
B4 B4
B1
2 22
58
10
6 2 B4 B1

47 60 B1 10
44 B7
9
7
24
21
49 11
8
B4 B4
44
25
43 B4 23
45 53
51
B4

20 B4
52 B5
B4

19 17
B4
54

PRICE NEW PART


NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
18

13
(100mm)

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PRICE NEW PART


NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[1] Cabinet etc.
1 LFRM-2184XHZZ AP C Head frame
2 MSPRC2949XHZZ AC C Head spring A
3 MSPRC2950XHZZ AC C Pinch roller pressing spring
4 NROLP2334XHZA AC C Pinch roller
5 NSFTZ2281XHZZ AD C Pinch roller shaft
6 PGIDP2497XHZZ AC C Head support,left
7 PGIDP2498XHZZ AC C Head support,right
8 PSHEZ3324XHZZ AD C Head sheet
9 QCNW-4748XHZA AP C Head cable
10 QCNW-4754XHZZ AE C Head earth cable
11 RHEDZ2054XHZZ BP B Thermal head
12 DCEKP370BXH24 BG N E Operation panel unit
13 LBNDJ2006XHZZ AA C Band(GT-100M)
14 LSTPF2049XHZZ AD C Stopper plate
15 QCNW-4816XHZA AL C Panel cable
17 CCNW-4745XH01 AL C Speaker ass’y
18 GCABB2298XHZB AT D Lower cabinet
19 MLEVP2263XHZZ AC C Paper sensor lever
20 MSPRD2947XHZZ AC C Paper sensor lever spring
21 DCEKL409BXH11 BH N E TEL/Liu PWB unit
22 GCASP2099XHZA AN C PWB case,top
23 GCASP2100XHZZ AN C PWB case,bottom
24 QACCL762AXHZZ AY B AC cord ass’y
25 RDENT2121XHZZ BQ E Power supply PWB unit
26 GDAI-2078XHZB AH C Handset cover
27 MLEVP2261XHZZ AD C Hook switch lever
28 LFRM-2185XHZZ AH C Scanner fram
29 MSPRC2948XHZZ AC C CIS spring
30 NGERH2379XHZZ AC C Idler gear,25Z
31 NGERH2380XHZZ AC C Reduction gear,17/36Z
32 NGERH2392XHZZ AC C Reduction gear,17/21Z
33 NROLR2375XHZZ AL C Feed roller
34 NSFTZ2273XHZZ AF C Feed roller shaft
35 PGIDP2499XHZZ AD C CIS support,left
36 PGIDP2500XHZZ AD C CIS support,right
37 PGIDP2505XHZZ AF C Document guide lower
38 QCNW-4747XHZZ AH C CIS cable
39 RUNTZ2020SCZZ BF B CIS unit
40 MLEVP2262XHZZ AD C Paper sensor lever
41 MSPRC2989XHZZ AC C Paper sensor lever spring
42 PGIDP2496XHZZ AD C Paper support guide
43 DCEKC787KXHZZ BW N E Control PWB unit(Within ROM)
44 LBSHP2092XHZZ AC C Platen bearing
45 MARMP2019XHZZ AC C Cutter arm
46 MSPRC2945XHZZ AC C Anti curl spring
47 NGERH2382XHZZ AC C Platen gear
48 NROLP2332XHZZ AD C PO pinch roller
49 NROLR2376XHZZ AX C Platen roller
50 NSFTZ2274XHZZ AK C Anti curl shaft
51 PCUT-2037SCZZ AT C Cutter
52 PGIDP2506XHZZ AE C Cutter guide
53 PGIDP2507XHZZ AF C Cutter cover
54 GLEGG2068XHZZ AC C Rubber leg
55 PSHEZ3325XHZZ AD C Jack sheet
57 PSHEZ3362XHZA AD C Guide sheet
58 MSPRC3005XHZZ AC C Head spring B
59 RCORF2063XHZZ AF B Core
60 RCORF2064XHZZ AF B Core
61 HPNLH2383XHZ1 AK N D Decoration panel

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[2] Upper cabinet

1
7
6

15 8
B2 10
15

2 13

14
5 12
B3

B3
3 4

[3] Document guide upper


3 2
7
8 5 4

15
9

10

1
11
1 14 16
12
17

13
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PRICE NEW PART


NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[2] Upper cabinet
1 GCABA2297XHZW AT N D Upper cabinet
2 JBTN-2216XHZB AF C 12 key
3 JBTN-2217XHZB AE C Direct key
4 JBTN-2218XHZZ AE C Start key
5 JBTN-2219XHZZ AD C Stop key
6 LPLTP2909XHZB AE N C Document tray
7 MSPRC2954XHZZ AC N C Hopper spring
8 NGERP2318XHZZ AD C Pinion gear
9 PGIDP2501XHZB AE N C Hopper guide,left
10 PGIDP2502XHZB AE N C Hopper guide,right
12 QCNW-4816XHZA AL N C Panel cable
13 DCEKP367BXH02 BL N E Operation panel PWB unit
14 JBTN-2224XHZA AF N C TAD key
15 PSHEZ3393XHZZ AD N C Hopper guide sheet

(Unit)
901 DCEKP370BXH24 BG N E Operation panel unit

[3] Document guide upper


1 LBSHP2093XHZZ AC C Bearing
2 LPLTG2911XHZZ AE C Separator rubber
3 LPLTP2908XHZZ AE C Separator plate
4 MLEVP2264XHZZ AD C Panel lock lever
5 MLEVP2265XHZZ AD C Document sensor lever
6 MSPRD2953XHZZ AC C Document sensor lever spring
7 MSPRP2944XHZZ AC C Paper feed spring
8 MSPRT2951XHZZ AC C Separate spring
9 MSPRT2951XHZZ AC C Panel lock lever spring
10 NGERH2383XHZZ AC C Idler gear,20
11 NGERH2402XHZZ AC C CIS gear,29Z
12 NROLR2413XHZZ N C CIS roller A ass’y
13 NROLR2414XHZZ N C CIS roller B ass’y
14 NROLR2374XHZZ AP C Transfer roller
15 PGIDP2504XHZA AF N C Document guide upper
16 PSHEZ3355XHZZ AD C Rear sheet
17 NGERH2405XHZZ N C Cuppling gear

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[4] Drive unit

B4

16
19 1 12
13
18 5 8
2
13
17
8 4
18 11

15 10 3
11
6
13
11 15 7 13
12 8
9
14
[5] Packing material & Accessories

15 4

3
8

10

1 14 2
18

TAPE

16
17 13
AC 6
CORD CUTTER ARM
7 11

9
12
FAX
5 PAPER

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PRICE NEW PART


NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[4] Drive unit
1 LFRM-2186XHZZ AH C Drive unit frame
2 LPLTM2910XHZZ AE C Motor heat sink
3 MCAMP2024XHZZ AE C Cam
4 MLEVP2266XHZZ AD C Planet gear lever A
5 MLEVP2267XHZZ AD C Planet gear lever B
6 MLEVP2268XHZZ AD C Change lever A
7 MLEVP2270XHZZ AD C Planet gear lever C
8 MSPRC2955XHZZ AC C Planet gear spring
9 MSPRT2956XHZZ AC C Change lever spring
10 NGERH2356XHZZ AC C Idler gear,20Z
11 NGERH2379XHZZ AC C Idler gear,25Z
12 NGERH2380XHZZ AC C Reduction gear,17/36Z
13 NGERH2387XHZZ AC C Planet gear,17Z
14 NGERH2390XHZZ AC C Cutter gear,44Z
15 NGERH2391XHZZ AC C Reduction gear,17/30Z
16 QCNW-4749XHZZ AD C Cam switch cable
17 QCNW-4750XHZZ AD C Cutter cam switch cable
18 QSW-F2224SCZZ AE B Detection switch
19 RMOTZ2134XHZZ BA B Motor

[5] Packing material & Accessories


1 TINSE3900XHZZ AP N D Operation manual
2 TLABH4237XHZZ AC D Rapid key labels
3 SPAKC425AXHZZ AQ N D Packing case
4 TLABM4676XHZZ AH N D Box label
5 DUNTK425BXHOG AL N E Handset
6 QCNWG0376AFZZ AM C Telephone line cord
7 QCNW-3976XHOG AT C Handset cord
8 SPAKP3385SCZZ AG D Vinyl cover
9 SPAKA160AXHZZ AF D Pad
10 SPAKA161AXHZL AF D Packing add.,left
11 SPAKA162AXHZR AF D Packing add.,right
12 TCADZ2670XHZZ AK N D Pop card
13 PCUSK2115XHZZ AG N D Cutter pad
14 TCADZ2264XHZZ AD D Installation card
15 TLABV4702XHZZ AE N D Bar cord label
16 QPLGZ9065AFZZ AP C Australia plug
17 QCNWG0381AFZZ AM C New Zealand cable
18 PWIR-2032XHZZ AL N C Paper guide

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PRICE NEW PART


NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[6] Control PWB unit
1 UBATL2046SCZZ AK B Battery(CR2032T34) [BAT1]
2 VCEAGA1HW106M AA C Capacitor(50WV 10µF) [C1]
3 VCEAGA1HW106M AA C Capacitor(50WV 10µF) [C2]
4 VCEAGA1EW476M AA C Capacitor(25WV 47µF) [C3]
5 VCEAGA1HW105M AB C Capacitor(50WV 1µF) [C4]
6 VCEAGA1HW106M AA C Capacitor(50WV 10µF) [C5]
7 VCEAGA1HW475M AA C Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF) [C6]
8 VCEAGA1HW475M AA C Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF) [C7]
9 VCEAGA1EW476M AA C Capacitor(25WV 47µF) [C9]
10 VCEAGA1HW226M AB C Capacitor(50WV 22µF) [C10]
11 VCEAGA1HW107M AA C Capacitor(50WV 100µF) [C12]
12 VCEAGA1HW106M AA C Capacitor(50WV 10µF) [C13]
13 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C100]
14 VCCSTV1HL102J AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C101]
15 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C104]
16 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C107]
17 VCCCTV1HH150J AA C Capacitor(50WV 15PF) [C108]
18 VCCCTV1HH150J AA C Capacitor(50WV 15PF) [C109]
19 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C110]
20 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C111]
21 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C112]
22 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C113]
23 VCCCTV1HH5R0C AA C Capacitor(50WV 5PF) [C114]
24 VCCCTV1HH5R0C AA C Capacitor(50WV 5PF) [C115]
25 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C116]
26 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C117]
27 VCCCTV1HH180J AA C Capacitor(50WV 18PF) [C118]
28 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C119]
29 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C120]
30 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C121]
31 VCCCTV1HH150J AA C Capacitor(50WV 15PF) [C122]
32 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C123]
33 VCKYTV1HB103K AB C Capacitor(50WV 0.01µF) [C124]
34 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C125]
35 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C126]
36 VCKYTV1HB103K AB C Capacitor(50WV 0.01µF) [C127]
37 VCCCTV1HH180J AA C Capacitor(50WV 18PF) [C128]
38 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C129]
39 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C130]
40 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C131]
41 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C133]
42 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C134]
43 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C137]
44 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C138]
45 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C139]
46 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C140]
47 VCCSTV1HL331J AA C Capacitor(50WV 330PF) [C141]
48 VCKYTV1HB472K AA C Capacitor(50WV 4700PF) [C142]
49 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [C143]
50 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C144]
51 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C145]
52 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C146]
53 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C147]
54 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C148]
55 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C149]
56 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C151]
57 VCCCTV1HH220J AA C Capacitor(50WV 22PF) [C153]
58 VCCCTV1HH220J AA C Capacitor(50WV 22PF) [C154]
59 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C155]
60 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C156]
61 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C158]
62 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C159]
63 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C160]
64 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C161]
65 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C162]
66 VCKYTV1HB271K AA C Capacitor(50WV 270PF) [C163]
67 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C164]
68 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C165]
69 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C167]
70 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C168]
71 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C169]
72 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C174]
73 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C175]
74 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C176]
75 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C177]
76 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C178]
77 VCKYTV1CB224K AC C Capacitor(16WV 0.22µF) [C179]
78 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C180]
79 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C181]
80 VCKYTV1CB224K AC C Capacitor(16WV 0.22µF) [C182]

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[6] Control PWB unit
81 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C183]
82 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C184]
83 VCCSTV1HL102J AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C185]
84 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C186]
85 VCKYTV1HB473K AA C Capacitor(50WV 0.047µF) [C187]
86 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C189]
87 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C190]
88 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C191]
89 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C192]
90 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C193]
91 VCCCTV1HH150J AA C Capacitor(50WV 15PF) [C194]
92 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C195]
93 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C196]
94 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C197]
95 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C198]
96 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C199]
97 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C201]
98 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C202]
99 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C203]
100 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C204]
101 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C205]
102 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C206]
103 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C207]
104 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C209]
105 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C210]
106 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C211]
107 VCCCTV1HH300J AA C Capacitor(50WV 30PF) [C212]
108 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C213]
109 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C214]
110 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C215]
111 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C216]
112 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C217]
113 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C218]
114 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C219]
115 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C220]
116 VCCCTV1HH101J AA C Capacitor(50WV 100PF) [C221]
117 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C222]
118 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C223]
119 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C224]
120 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C225]
121 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C228]
122 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C230]
123 VCKYTQ1HF104Z AA C Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF) [C231]
124 VCKYTQ1HF104Z AA C Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF) [C232]
125 QCNCM7014SC0G AB C Connector(7pin) [CNCIS]
126 QCNCM2442SC0B AB C Conector(2pin) [CNCSW]
127 QCNCM7014SC0B AD C Connector(2pin) [CNCUT1]
128 QCNCW2500SC1B AF C Connector(12pin) [CNLIUA]
129 QCNCW2500SC0D AG C Connector(4pin) [CNLIUB]
130 QCNCM7014SC0F AB C Connector(6pin) [CNMT]
131 QCNCM7014SC1E AC C Connector(15pin) [CNPN]
132 QCNCW2500SC1J AD C Connector(10pin) [CNPW]
133 QCNCM2401SC0B AA C Connector(2pin) [CNSP]
134 QCNCM7014SC1F AD C Connector(16pin) [CNTH]
135 VHD1SS355//-1 AB B Diode(1SS355) [D100]
136 VHD1SS355//-1 AB B Diode(1SS355) [D101]
137 VHDRB705D//-1 AD B Diode(RB705D) [D102]
138 VHVICPS07//-1 AA B IC protector(ICP-S07) [FU100]
139 VHIR96FC20V24 BH N B IC(R96V24)[Within IC1 and IC2 pair] [IC1]
140 VHIR96FC20V24 BH N B IC(FC200)[Within IC1 and IC2 pair] [IC2]
141 VHIMC74HCU04F AD B IC(MC74HCU04F) [IC3]
142 VHIMC34119DR2 AH B IC(MC34119DR2) [IC4]
143 VHIHEF4051BT1 AL B IC(HEF4051) [IC5]
144 VHIHCF4053M1T AG B IC(HCF4053B) [IC6]
145 VHIW24257S7LL AP B IC(W24257S-70LLT) [IC7]
146 QSOCZ2051SC32 AC C IC socket(32pin) [IC8]
VHI27020FKC0D B IC,EPROM(2MB) [IC8]
148 VHIKM29N040-1 BC B IC(KM29N040) [IC9]
149 VHIHCF4053M1T AG B IC(HCF4053B) [IC10]
150 VHILM2902D/-1 AH B IC(LM2902D) [IC11]
151 VHILM2902D/-1 AH B IC(LM2902D) [IC12]
152 VHIULN2003AN/ AE B IC(ULN2003ANS) [IC13]
153 VHIPST596CMT1 AF B IC(PST596CNR) [IC100]
154 VP-1M3R3J0000 AG C Coil(3.3µH) [L100]
155 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L101]
156 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L102]
157 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L103]
158 VRS-TS2AD101J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100Ω ±5%) [L104]
159 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L105]
160 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L106]

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161 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [L107]
162 VHPITR9606/-1 AG B Photo transistor(ITR9606) [PI1]
163 VS2SD1858Q2-1 AE B Transistor(2SD1858) [Q1]
164 VS2SC2412KS-1 AB B Transistor(2SC2412KS) [Q100]
165 VS2SC2412KS-1 AB B Transistor(2SC2412KS) [Q101]
166 VS2SA1037KS-1 AB B Transistor(2SA1037KS) [Q102]
167 VSRNC1402//-1 AC B Transistor(RNC1402) [Q103]
168 VRS-RE3AA270J AC C Resistor(1W 27Ω ±5%) [R1]
169 VRD-HT2EY100J AA C Resistor(1/4W 10Ω ±5%) [R2]
170 VRS-TS2AD150J AA C Resistor(1/10W 15Ω ±5%) [R101]
171 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R103]
172 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R104]
173 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R105]
174 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R106]
175 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R107]
176 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R108]
177 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R109]
178 VRS-TS2AD100J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10.0Ω ±5%) [R110]
179 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R111]
180 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R112]
181 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R113]
182 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R114]
183 VRS-TS2AD333J AA C Resistor(1/10W 33KΩ ±5%) [R115]
184 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R116]
185 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R117]
186 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R118]
187 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R119]
188 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R120]
189 VRS-TS2AD332J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.3KΩ ±5%) [R121]
190 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R122]
191 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R123]
192 VRS-TS2AD101J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100Ω ±5%) [R124]
193 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R125]
194 VRS-TS2AD101J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100Ω ±5%) [R126]
195 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R127]
196 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R128]
197 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R129]
198 VRS-TS2AD105J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.0MΩ ±5%) [R130]
199 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R131]
200 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R132]
201 VRS-TS2AD221J AA C Resistor(1/10W 220Ω ±5%) [R133]
202 VRS-TS2AD102J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.0KΩ ±5%) [R134]
203 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R135]
204 VRS-TS2AD472J AA C Resistor(1/10W 4.7KΩ ±5%) [R136]
205 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R137]
206 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R138]
207 VRS-TS2AD152J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.5KΩ ±5%) [R139]
208 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R140]
209 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R141]
210 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R142]
211 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R143]
212 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R144]
213 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R145]
214 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R146]
215 VRS-TS2AD100J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10.0Ω ±5%) [R147]
216 VRS-TS2AD104J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100KΩ ±5%) [R148]
217 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R149]
218 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R150]
219 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R151]
220 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R152]
221 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R153]
222 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R154]
223 VRS-TS2AD201J AG C Resistor(1/10W 200Ω ±5%) [R155]
224 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R156]
225 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R157]
226 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R158]
227 VRS-TS2AD474J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470KΩ ±5%) [R159]
228 VRS-TS2AD304J AA C Resistor(1/10W 300KΩ ±5%) [R160]
229 VRS-TS2AD302J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3KΩ ±5%) [R161]
230 VRS-TS2AD154J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150KΩ ±5%) [R162]
231 VRS-TS2AD104J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100KΩ ±5%) [R164]
232 VRS-TS2AD392J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.9KΩ ±5%) [R165]
233 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R166]
234 VRSTS2AD1373F AA C Resistor(1/10W 137KΩ ±1%) [R167]
235 VRS-TS2AD106J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10MΩ ±5%) [R168]
236 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R169]
237 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R170]
238 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R171]
239 VRS-TS2AD152J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.5KΩ ±5%) [R172]
240 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R173]

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241 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R174]
242 VRS-TS2AD512J AA C Resistor(1/10W 5.1KΩ ±5%) [R175]
243 VRS-TS2AD223J AA C Resistor(1/10W 22KΩ ±5%) [R176]
244 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R178]
245 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R179]
246 VRS-TS2AD332J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.3KΩ ±5%) [R180]
247 VRS-TS2AD514J AG C Resistor(1/10W 510KΩ ±5%) [R181]
248 VRS-TS2AD154J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150KΩ ±5%) [R182]
249 VRS-TS2AD754J AA C Resistor(1/10W 750KΩ ±5%) [R183]
250 VRS-TS2AD753J AA C Resistor(1/10W 75KΩ ±5%) [R184]
251 VRS-TS2AD104J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100KΩ ±5%) [R185]
252 VRS-TS2AD333J AA C Resistor(1/10W 33KΩ ±5%) [R186]
253 VRS-TS2AD332J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.3KΩ ±5%) [R188]
254 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R189]
255 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R191]
256 VRS-TS2AD332J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.3KΩ ±5%) [R192]
257 VRS-TS2AD562J AA C Resistor(1/10W 5.6KΩ ±5%) [R193]
258 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R194]
259 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R195]
260 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R196]
261 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R197]
262 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R198]
263 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R199]
264 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R200]
265 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R201]
266 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R202]
267 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R203]
268 VRS-TS2AD123J AA C Resistor(1/10W 12KΩ ±5%) [R204]
269 VRS-TS2AD154J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150KΩ ±5%) [R206]
270 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R207]
271 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R208]
272 VRS-TS2AD913J AA C Resistor(1/10W 91KΩ ±5%) [R209]
273 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R210]
274 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R211]
275 VRS-TS2AD562J AA C Resistor(1/10W 5.6KΩ ±5%) [R212]
276 VRS-TS2AD333J AA C Resistor(1/10W 33KΩ ±5%) [R213]
277 VRSTS2AD6812F AA C Resistor(1/10W 68.1KΩ ±1%) [R214]
278 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R215]
279 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R216]
280 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R217]
281 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R218]
282 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R219]
283 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R220]
284 RCILZ2104SCZZ AK C Coil(Z2104) [R221]
285 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R222]
286 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R223]
287 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R224]
288 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R225]
289 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R226]
290 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R227]
291 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R228]
292 VRS-TS2AD473J AA C Resistor(1/10W 47KΩ ±5%) [R230]
293 VRS-TS2AD203J AA C Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%) [R233]
294 VRS-TS2AD203J AA C Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%) [R234]
295 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R235]
296 VRS-TS2AD683J AA C Resistor(1/10W 68KΩ ±5%) [R237]
297 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R238]
298 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R239]
299 VRS-TS2AD473J AA C Resistor(1/10W 47KΩ ±5%) [R240]
300 VRS-TS2AD152J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.5KΩ ±5%) [R241]
301 VRS-TS2AD201J AG C Resistor(1/10W 200Ω ±5%) [R242]
302 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R243]
303 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R244]
304 VRS-TS2AD333J AA C Resistor(1/10W 33KΩ ±5%) [R245]
305 VRS-TS2AD333J AA C Resistor(1/10W 33KΩ ±5%) [R246]
306 VRS-TS2AD562J AA C Resistor(1/10W 5.6KΩ ±5%) [R247]
307 VRS-TS2AD223J AA C Resistor(1/10W 22KΩ ±5%) [R248]
308 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R249]
309 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R250]
310 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R251]
311 VRS-TS2AD474J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470KΩ ±5%) [R252]
312 VRS-TS2AD203J AA C Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%) [R253]
313 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R254]
314 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R255]
315 VRS-TS2AD271J AA C Resistor(1/10W 270Ω ±5%) [R256]
316 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R263]
317 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R266]
318 RMPTW4471SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 470Ω ±1%) [RA1]
319 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA2]
320 RMPTY8103SCJF AF C Block resistor(1/8W 10KΩ ±1%) [RA3]

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321 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA4]
322 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA5]
323 RMPTW4471SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 470Ω ±1%) [RA6]
324 RMPTW4471SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 470Ω ±1%) [RA7]
325 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA8]
326 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA9]
327 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA10]
328 RMPTW4271SCJF AD C Block resistor(1/8W 270Ω ±1%) [RA11]
329 QSW-M2259XHZZ AF B Door sensor [SW1]
330 RCRSZ2108SCZZ AQ B Crystal(49.920MHz) [X1]
331 RCRSZ7008SCZZ AD B Crystal(16.0MHz) [X2]
332 RCRSB0297AFZZ AD B Crystal(32.768KHz) [X3]
333 VHEMTZJ5R6B-1 AB B Zener diode(MTZJ5R6B) [ZD1]
334 VHE1N4748A/-1 AC B Zener diode(1N4748) [ZD2]
335 TLABP3078SCZZ AA D Shading label(for EP-ROM)
(Unit)
901 DCEKC787KXHZZ BW N E Control PWB unit(Within ROM)

[7] TEL/Liu PWB unit


1 VHVRA501PV6-1 AE B Varistor(RA-501P-V6-2) [AR1]
2 VHVRA501PV6-1 AE B Varistor(RA-501P-V6-2) [AR2]
3 QCNW-4753XHZZ AE C Cable [ARG]
4 VCEAGA1HW475M AA C Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF) [C1]
5 VCQYNA1HM334K AD C Capacitor(50WV 0.33µF) [C2]
6 RC-FZ2020SCZZ AE C Capacitor(250WV 1µF) [C3]
7 RC-FZ3028SCZZ AG C Capacitor(250WV 0.56µF) [C4]
8 VCEAGA1EW476M AA C Capacitor(25WV 47µF) [C5]
9 VCEAGA1HW475M AA C Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF) [C6]
10 VCEAGA1EW476M AA C Capacitor(25WV 47µF) [C7]
11 VCEAGA1HW226M AB C Capacitor(50WV 22µF) [C8]
12 VCEAGA1HW225M AA C Capacitor(50WV 2.2µF) [C9]
13 VCEAGA1HW106M AA C Capacitor(50WV 10µF) [C10]
14 VCEAGA1HW475M AA C Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF) [C11]
15 VCKYTQ1HB473K AA C Capacitor(50WV 0.047µF) [C101]
16 VCKYTQ1HB683K AB C Capacitor(50WV 0.068µF) [C105]
17 VCKYTV1HB331K AA C Capacitor(50WV 330PF) [C106]
18 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C107]
19 VCKYTQ1HB104K AB C Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF) [C108]
20 VCKYTQ1HB104K AB C Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF) [C109]
21 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C110]
22 VCKYTV1HB561K AA C Capacitor(50WV 560PF) [C111]
23 VCKYTV1EB104K AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C112]
24 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C114]
25 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C116]
26 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C118]
27 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C119]
28 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C120]
29 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C121]
30 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C122]
31 VCKYTV1CF105Z AB C Capacitor(16WV 1µF) [C123]
32 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C124]
33 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C125]
34 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C126]
35 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C127]
36 VCKYTV1HB222K AA C Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C128]
37 VCKYTV1HB221K AA C Capacitor(50WV 220PF) [C129]
38 VCKYTV1EF104Z AA C Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF) [C131]
39 VCKYTV1HB102K AA C Capacitor(50WV 1000PF) [C132]
40 VCKYTV1HB472K AA C Capacitor(50WV 4700PF) [C133]
41 RRLYZ3427SCZZ AN B Relay [CML]
42 QJAKZ2070SC0D AF C Jack [CNHJ]
43 QCNCM2548SC1B AH C Connector(12pin) [CNLIUA]
44 QCNCM2548SC0D AF C Connector(4pin) [CNLIUB]
45 QJAKZ2069SCDB AG C Jack [CNLNJ]
46 VHDDSS131//-1 AA B Diode(1SS131) [D1]
47 VHDDSS131//-1 AA B Diode(1SS131) [D2]
48 VHDDSS133//-1 AA B Diode(1SS133) [D3]
49 VHDDSS133//-1 AA B Diode(1SS133) [D4]
50 VHINJM2904M-1 AE B IC(NJM2904) [IC101]
51 VHINJM4558M-1 AD B IC(NJM4558) [IC102]
52 VHINJM4558M-1 AD B IC(NJM4558) [IC103]
53 VRS-TP2BD000J AA C Resistor(1/8W 0Ω ±5%) [JP101]
54 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [JP102]
55 VRS-TP2BD000J AA C Resistor(1/8W 0Ω ±5%) [JP103]
56 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [JP106]
57 RFILN2027XHZZ AC C Coil(R-5C) [L6]

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NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[7] TEL/Liu PWB unit
58 RFILN2027XHZZ AC C Coil(R-5C) [L7]
59 RFILN2027XHZZ AC C Coil(R-5C) [L8]
60 VHPTLP521-1BL AE B Photo coupler(TLP521) [PC2]
61 VHPTLP627//-1 AH B Photo coupler(TLP627) [PC3]
62 VHPTLP521-1BL AE B Photo coupler(TLP521) [PC6]
63 VSBS108////-1 AE B FET(BS108) [Q1]
64 VSRNC1402//-1 AC B Transistor(RNC1402) [Q101]
65 VSRNC1402//-1 AC B Transistor(RNC1402) [Q103]
66 VS2SC2412KR-1 AD B Transistor(2SC2412K) [Q104]
67 VSRNC1402//-1 AC B Transistor(RNC1402) [Q105]
68 VSRNC1402//-1 AC B Transistor(RNC1402) [Q106]
69 VRD-HT2HY223J AA C Resistor(1/2W 22KΩ ±5%) [R2]
70 VRS-TS2AD133J AA C Resistor(1/10W 13KΩ ±5%) [R101]
71 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R102]
72 VRS-TP2BD150J AA C Resistor(1/8W 15Ω ±5%) [R103]
73 VRS-TP2BD150J AA C Resistor(1/8W 15Ω ±5%) [R106]
74 VRS-TS2AD433J AA C Resistor(1/10W 43KΩ ±5%) [R107]
75 VRS-TS2AD301J AA C Resistor(1/10W 300Ω ±5%) [R108]
76 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R110]
77 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R111]
78 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R113]
79 VRS-TS2AD101J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100Ω ±5%) [R114]
80 VRS-TS2AD393J AA C Resistor(1/10W 39KΩ ±5%) [R115]
81 VRS-TS2AD223J AA C Resistor(1/10W 22KΩ ±5%) [R116]
82 VRS-TS2AD621J AA C Resistor(1/10W 620Ω ±5%) [R117]
83 VRS-TS2AD102J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1KΩ ±5%) [R118]
84 VRS-TS2AD683J AA C Resistor(1/10W 68KΩ ±5%) [R119]
85 VRS-TS2AD223J AA C Resistor(1/10W 22KΩ ±5%) [R120]
86 VRS-TS2AD223J AA C Resistor(1/10W 22KΩ ±5%) [R121]
87 VRS-TS2AD471J AA C Resistor(1/10W 470Ω ±5%) [R122]
88 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R123]
89 VRS-TS2AD000J AA C Resistor(1/10W 0Ω ±5%) [R124]
90 VRS-TS2AD153J AA C Resistor(1/10W 15KΩ ±5%) [R125]
91 VRS-TS2AD822J AA C Resistor(1/10W 8.2KΩ ±5%) [R126]
92 VRS-TS2AD104J AA C Resistor(1/10W 100KΩ ±5%) [R129]
93 VRS-TS2AD151J AA C Resistor(1/10W 150Ω ±5%) [R130]
94 VRS-TS2AD222J AA C Resistor(1/10W 2.2KΩ ±5%) [R131]
95 VRS-TS2AD203J AA C Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%) [R132]
96 VRS-TS2AD152J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.5KΩ ±5%) [R133]
97 VRS-TS2AD332J AA C Resistor(1/10W 3.3KΩ ±5%) [R135]
98 VRS-TS2AD243J AA C Resistor(1/10W 24KΩ ±5%) [R136]
99 VRS-TS2AD563J AA C Resistor(1/10W 56KΩ ±5%) [R137]
100 VRS-TS2AD162J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1.6KΩ ±5%) [R139]
101 VRS-TS2AD303J AA C Resistor(1/10W 30KΩ ±5%) [R140]
102 VRS-TS2AD203J AA C Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%) [R141]
103 VRS-TS2AD103J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10KΩ ±5%) [R142]
104 VRS-TS2AD102J AA C Resistor(1/10W 1KΩ ±5%) [R143]
105 VRS-TS2AD100J AA C Resistor(1/10W 10.0Ω ±5%) [R144]
106 RH-DX2007SCZZ AC B Diode bridge(S1ZB60) [REC1]
107 QSW-Z2263XHZZ AG B Hook switch [SW1]
108 RTRNI2142XHZZ AR B Transformer(I2142) [T1]
109 VHVTN07G181-1 AC B Varistor(TNR7G181) [VA1]
110 VHEMTZJ300B-1 AA B Zener diode(MTZJ30B) [ZD1]
111 VHEMTZJ6R8B-1 AC B Zener diode(MTZJ6R8B) [ZD2]
112 VHEMTZJ200B-1 AC B Zener diode(MTZJ20B) [ZD3]
113 VHEHZ2A1///-1 AC B Zener diode(HZ2A1) [ZD4]
114 VHEHZ2A1///-1 AC B Zener diode(HZ2A1) [ZD5]
115 VHEHZ2A1///-1 AC B Zener diode(HZ2A1) [ZD6]
116 VHEHZ2A1///-1 AC B Zener diode(HZ2A1) [ZD7]
117 VHEMTZJ2R4B-1 AB B Zener diode(MTZJ2R4B) [ZD8]
118 VHEMTZJ2R4B-1 AB B Zener diode(MTZJ2R4B) [ZD9]
(Unit)
901 DCEKL409BXH11 BH N E TEL/Liu PWB unit

[8] Power supply PWB unit


1 0CBUGFM104JY/ AF C Capacitor(CFJC22E104M-XC) [C1]
2 0CBUGFM104JY/ AF C Capacitor(CFJC22E104M-XC) [C2]
3 0CBUGCU102EJ/ AE C Capacitor(ECKMNA102KB) [C3]
4 0CBUGCU102EJ/ AE C Capacitor(ECKMNA102KB) [C4]
5 0CBUGZ14072ZZ AL C Capacitor(KMF400VB68M) [C5]
6 0CBUGCZ152CR/ AE C Capacitor(ECKM3A152KBP) [C6]
7 0CBUGZ0782ZZ/ AE C Capacitor(ECKD3A221KBP) [C7]
8 0CBUGFF472AR/ AB C Capacitor(AMZ-472K50) [C8]
9 0CBUGFF683AR/ AD C Capacitor(AMZ-683K50) [C9]
10 0CBUGFF102AR/ AB C Capacitor(AMZ-102K50) [C10]
11 0CBUGFF102AR/ AB C Capacitor(AMZ-102K50) [C11]

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NO. PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION
RANK MARK RANK
[8] Power supply PWB unit
12 0CBUGCZ222HP/ AF C Capacitor(ECKMNA222ME) [C13]
13 0CBUGFF102AR/ AB C Capacitor(AMZ-102K50) [C14]
14 0CBUGAE681UG/ AH C Capacitor(UPJ1V681MHH1AA) [C15]
15 0CBUGCZ222AD/ AC C Capacitor(DD08E222P500V) [C16]
16 0CBUGFF102AR/ AB C Capacitor(AMZ-102K50) [C17]
17 0CBUGAC471UM/ AF C Capacitor(UPJ1C471MPH6AA) [C18]
18 0CBUGAF1R0HD/ AC C Capacitor(UVZ1H010MDH1AA) [C19]
19 0CBUGCZ222HP/ AF C Capacitor(ECKMNA222ME) [C20]
20 0CBPKZ0194ZZ/ AC C Connector(2pin) [CN1]
21 0CBPKZ1105ZZ/ AH C Connector(10pin) [CN2]
22 0CBUBC0215D// AD B Diode(RL1N4005) [D1]
23 0CBUBC0215D// AD B Diode(RL1N4005) [D2]
24 0CBUBC0215D// AD B Diode(RL1N4005) [D3]
25 0CBUBC0215D// AD B Diode(RL1N4005) [D4]
26 0CBUBC0248AZ/ AD B Diode(05NU42) [D5]
27 0CBUBA0003BZ/ AD B Diode(1S2076A) [D6]
28 0CBUBC0336AZ/ AL B Diode(S3L20U-4004P15) [D7]
29 0CBUBC0302AZ/ AE B Diode(SR140) [D8]
30 0CBUBA0003BZ/ AD B Diode(1S2076A) [D9]
31 0CBPJCTY1251/ AK A Current fuse(2151.25ME600) [F1]
32 0CBPJCTY1251/ AK A Current fuse(2151.25ME600) [F2]
33 0CBPZZ0906ZZ/ AH A Circuit protect chip(CCP2E100) [F3]
34 0CBBFZ89209Z/ AC C Ferrite core(BL01RN1-A62) [FB1]
35 0CBUCB0107AZ/ AQ B IC(NJM78M05FA) [IC1]
36 0CBUKZ0826ZZ/ AK C Filter(ELF15N003A) [L1]
37 0CBUDC0163BB/ AH B Photo coupler(PC123FY8) [PC1]
38 0CBUAG0161CZ/ AP B FET(FS5KM-18A) [Q1]
39 0CBUAC0027CZ/ AG B Transistor(2SC2655-Y) [Q2]
40 0CBUAC0034EZ/ AE B Transistor(2SC1740S) [Q3]
41 0CBUAC0264AZ/ AD B Transistor(2SC1741ASQR) [Q4]
42 0CBUEEB564CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S564J) [R1]
43 0CBUEFER33CH/ AC C Resistor(SPRX2-R33J) [R2]
44 0CBUEEB153CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S153J) [R3]
45 0CBUEEB101CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S101J) [R4]
46 0CBUEEB564CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S564J) [R5]
47 0CBUEEB564CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S564J) [R6]
48 0CBUEFE224DJ/ AE C Resistor(SPR2 224J) [R7]
49 0CBUEEC821CB/ AC C Resistor(RD50SS821J) [R8]
50 0CBUEEB561CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S561J) [R9]
51 0CBUEEB330CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S330J) [R10]
52 0CBUEEB561CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S561J) [R11]
53 0CBUEEB222CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S222J) [R12]
54 0CBUEEB271CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S271J) [R13]
55 0CBUEEB682CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S682J) [R14]
56 0CBUEEB242CS/ AC C Resistor(RD16S242J) [R15]
57 0CBUEEC821CB/ AC C Resistor(RD50SS821J) [R16]
58 0CBPHZ0184ZZ/ AR B Relay(AJS3312) [RY1]
59 0CB829655014/ BE B Transformer(PTT115-KTT) [T1]
60 0CBUDZ0052ZZ/ AG B Thermistor(M16007C) [TH1]
61 0CBUEZ0507ZZ/ AD B Varistor(ERZV07D471-CS) [V1]
62 0CBUFBA471DB/ AD B Variable resistor(EVNDJAA03BQ2(471)) [VR1]
63 0CBUBDAC3R3C/ AD B Zener diode(RD3.3ESAB2) [ZD2]
64 0CBUBDAC6R2C/ AC B Zener diode(RD6.2ESAB2) [ZD3]
65 0CBUBDAE300D/ AD B Zener diode(RD30FB3) [ZD4]
66 0CBLRZ6446ZP/ AQ C Heat sink
67 0CBLRZ6447ZP/ AQ C Heat sink
68 0CBSBD0508ZZ/ AC D Label
(Unit)
901 RDENT2121XHZZ BQ E Power supply PWB unit

[50] Hardware parts


B1 XBBSD30P06000 AA C Screw(3x6)
B2 LX-BZ2138XHZZ AB C Screw
B3 XUBSD20P06000 AA C Screw(2x6)
B4 XEBSD30P10000 AA C Screw(3x10)
B5 LX-BZ2222XHZZ AC C Screw
B6 XEBSD30P12000 AA C Screw(3x12)
B7 XBPSN40P06K00 AA C Screw(4x6)

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Index
PARTS CODE No. PRICE NEW PART PARTS CODE No. PRICE NEW PART PARTS CODE No. PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK RANK MARK RANK RANK MARK RANK
[C] NGERP2318XHZZ 2-8 AD C RMPTW4271SCJF 6-319 AD C
CCNW-4745XH01 1-17 AL C NROLP2332XHZZ 1-48 AD C ″ 6-321 AD C
[D] NROLP2334XHZA 1-4 AC C ″ 6-322 AD C
DCEKC787KXHZZ 1-43 BW N E NROLR2374XHZZ 3-14 AP C ″ 6-325 AD C
″ 6-901 BW N E NROLR2375XHZZ 1-33 AL C ″ 6-326 AD C
DCEKL409BXH11 1-21 BH N E NROLR2376XHZZ 1-49 AX C ″ 6-327 AD C
″ 7-901 BH N E NROLR2413XHZZ 3-12 N C ″ 6-328 AD C
DCEKP367BXH02 2-13 BL N E NROLR2414XHZZ 3-13 N C RMPTW4471SCJF 6-318 AD C
DCEKP370BXH24 1-12 BG N E NSFTZ2273XHZZ 1-34 AF C ″ 6-323 AD C
″ 2-901 BG N E NSFTZ2274XHZZ 1-50 AK C ″ 6-324 AD C
DUNTK425BXHOG 5-5 AL N E NSFTZ2281XHZZ 1-5 AD C RMPTY8103SCJF 6-320 AF C
[G] [P] RRLYZ3427SCZZ 7-41 AN B
GCABA2297XHZW 2-1 AT N D PCUSK2115XHZZ 5-13 AG N D RTRNI2142XHZZ 7-108 AR B
GCABB2298XHZB 1-18 AT D PCUT-2037SCZZ 1-51 AT C RUNTZ2020SCZZ 1-39 BF B
GCASP2099XHZA 1-22 AN C PGIDP2496XHZZ 1-42 AD C [S]
GCASP2100XHZZ 1-23 AN C PGIDP2497XHZZ 1-6 AC C SPAKA160AXHZZ 5-9 AF D
GDAI-2078XHZB 1-26 AH C PGIDP2498XHZZ 1-7 AC C SPAKA161AXHZL 5-10 AF D
GLEGG2068XHZZ 1-54 AC C PGIDP2499XHZZ 1-35 AD C SPAKA162AXHZR 5-11 AF D
[H] PGIDP2500XHZZ 1-36 AD C SPAKC425AXHZZ 5-3 AQ N D
HPNLH2383XHZ1 1-61 AK N D PGIDP2501XHZB 2-9 AE N C SPAKP3385SCZZ 5-8 AG D
[J] PGIDP2502XHZB 2-10 AE N C [T]
JBTN-2216XHZB 2-2 AF C PGIDP2504XHZA 3-15 AF N C TCADZ2264XHZZ 5-14 AD D
JBTN-2217XHZB 2-3 AE C PGIDP2505XHZZ 1-37 AF C TCADZ2670XHZZ 5-12 AK N D
JBTN-2218XHZZ 2-4 AE C PGIDP2506XHZZ 1-52 AE C TINSE3900XHZZ 5-1 AP N D
JBTN-2219XHZZ 2-5 AD C PGIDP2507XHZZ 1-53 AF C TLABH4237XHZZ 5-2 AC D
JBTN-2224XHZA 2-14 AF N C PSHEZ3324XHZZ 1-8 AD C TLABM4676XHZZ 5-4 AH N D
[L] PSHEZ3325XHZZ 1-55 AD C TLABP3078SCZZ 6-335 AA D
LBNDJ2006XHZZ 1-13 AA C PSHEZ3355XHZZ 3-16 AD C TLABV4702XHZZ 5-15 AE N D
LBSHP2092XHZZ 1-44 AC C PSHEZ3362XHZA 1-57 AD C [U]
LBSHP2093XHZZ 3-1 AC C PSHEZ3393XHZZ 2-15 AD N C UBATL2046SCZZ 6-1 AK B
LFRM-2184XHZZ 1-1 AP C PWIR-2032XHZZ 5-18 AL N C [V]
LFRM-2185XHZZ 1-28 AH C [Q] VCCCTV1HH101J 6-44 AA C
LFRM-2186XHZZ 4-1 AH C QACCL762AXHZZ 1-24 AY B ″ 6-94 AA C
LPLTG2911XHZZ 3-2 AE C QCNCM2401SC0B 6-133 AA C ″ 6-96 AA C
LPLTM2910XHZZ 4-2 AE C QCNCM2442SC0B 6-126 AB C ″ 6-98 AA C
LPLTP2908XHZZ 3-3 AE C QCNCM2548SC0D 7-44 AF C ″ 6-99 AA C
LPLTP2909XHZB 2-6 AE N C QCNCM2548SC1B 7-43 AH C ″ 6-101 AA C
LSTPF2049XHZZ 1-14 AD C QCNCM7014SC0B 6-127 AD C ″ 6-104 AA C
LX-BZ2138XHZZ 50-B2 AB C QCNCM7014SC0F 6-130 AB C ″ 6-112 AA C
LX-BZ2222XHZZ 50-B5 AC C QCNCM7014SC0G 6-125 AB C ″ 6-114 AA C
[M] QCNCM7014SC1E 6-131 AC C ″ 6-115 AA C
MARMP2019XHZZ 1-45 AC C QCNCM7014SC1F 6-134 AD C ″ 6-116 AA C
MCAMP2024XHZZ 4-3 AE C QCNCW2500SC0D 6-129 AG C VCCCTV1HH150J 6-17 AA C
MLEVP2261XHZZ 1-27 AD C QCNCW2500SC1B 6-128 AF C ″ 6-18 AA C
MLEVP2262XHZZ 1-40 AD C QCNCW2500SC1J 6-132 AD C ″ 6-31 AA C
MLEVP2263XHZZ 1-19 AC C QCNW-3976XHOG 5-7 AT C ″ 6-91 AA C
MLEVP2264XHZZ 3-4 AD C QCNW-4747XHZZ 1-38 AH C VCCCTV1HH180J 6-27 AA C
MLEVP2265XHZZ 3-5 AD C QCNW-4748XHZA 1-9 AP C ″ 6-37 AA C
MLEVP2266XHZZ 4-4 AD C QCNW-4749XHZZ 4-16 AD C VCCCTV1HH220J 6-57 AA C
MLEVP2267XHZZ 4-5 AD C QCNW-4750XHZZ 4-17 AD C ″ 6-58 AA C
MLEVP2268XHZZ 4-6 AD C QCNW-4753XHZZ 7-3 AE C VCCCTV1HH300J 6-72 AA C
MLEVP2270XHZZ 4-7 AD C QCNW-4754XHZZ 1-10 AE C ″ 6-73 AA C
MSPRC2945XHZZ 1-46 AC C QCNW-4816XHZA 1-15 AL C ″ 6-87 AA C
MSPRC2948XHZZ 1-29 AC C ″ 2-12 AL N C ″ 6-88 AA C
MSPRC2949XHZZ 1-2 AC C QCNWG0376AFZZ 5-6 AM C ″ 6-89 AA C
MSPRC2950XHZZ 1-3 AC C QCNWG0381AFZZ 5-17 AM C ″ 6-90 AA C
MSPRC2954XHZZ 2-7 AC N C QJAKZ2069SCDB 7-45 AG C ″ 6-107 AA C
MSPRC2955XHZZ 4-8 AC C QJAKZ2070SC0D 7-42 AF C VCCCTV1HH5R0C 6-23 AA C
MSPRC2989XHZZ 1-41 AC C QPLGZ9065AFZZ 5-16 AP C ″ 6-24 AA C
MSPRC3005XHZZ 1-58 AC C QSOCZ2051SC32 6-146 AC C VCCSTV1HL102J 6-14 AA C
MSPRD2947XHZZ 1-20 AC C QSW-F2224SCZZ 4-18 AE B ″ 6-83 AA C
MSPRD2953XHZZ 3-6 AC C QSW-M2259XHZZ 6-329 AF B VCCSTV1HL331J 6-47 AA C
MSPRP2944XHZZ 3-7 AC C QSW-Z2263XHZZ 7-107 AG B VCEAGA1EW476M 6-4 AA C
MSPRT2951XHZZ 3-8 AC C [R] ″ 6-9 AA C
″ 3-9 AC C RC-FZ2020SCZZ 7-6 AE C ″ 7-8 AA C
MSPRT2956XHZZ 4-9 AC C RC-FZ3028SCZZ 7-7 AG C ″ 7-10 AA C
[N] RCILZ2104SCZZ 6-284 AK C VCEAGA1HW105M 6-5 AB C
NGERH2356XHZZ 4-10 AC C RCORF2063XHZZ 1-59 AF B VCEAGA1HW106M 6-2 AA C
NGERH2379XHZZ 1-30 AC C RCORF2064XHZZ 1-60 AF B ″ 6-3 AA C
″ 4-11 AC C RCRSB0297AFZZ 6-332 AD B ″ 6-6 AA C
NGERH2380XHZZ 1-31 AC C RCRSZ2108SCZZ 6-330 AQ B ″ 6-12 AA C
″ 4-12 AC C RCRSZ7008SCZZ 6-331 AD B ″ 7-13 AA C
NGERH2382XHZZ 1-47 AC C RDENT2121XHZZ 1-25 BQ E VCEAGA1HW107M 6-11 AA C
NGERH2383XHZZ 3-10 AC C ″ 8-901 BQ E VCEAGA1HW225M 7-12 AA C
NGERH2387XHZZ 4-13 AC C RFILN2027XHZZ 7-57 AC C VCEAGA1HW226M 6-10 AB C
NGERH2390XHZZ 4-14 AC C ″ 7-58 AC C ″ 7-11 AB C
NGERH2391XHZZ 4-15 AC C ″ 7-59 AC C VCEAGA1HW475M 6-7 AA C
NGERH2392XHZZ 1-32 AC C RH-DX2007SCZZ 7-106 AC B ″ 6-8 AA C
NGERH2402XHZZ 3-11 AC C RHEDZ2054XHZZ 1-11 BP B ″ 7-4 AA C
NGERH2405XHZZ 3-17 N C RMOTZ2134XHZZ 4-19 BA B ″ 7-9 AA C

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VCEAGA1HW475M 7-14 AA C VCKYTV1HB102K 6-108 AA C VRS-TS2AD000J 6-155 AA C
VCKYTQ1HB104K 7-19 AB C ″ 6-111 AA C ″ 6-156 AA C
″ 7-20 AB C ″ 6-113 AA C ″ 6-157 AA C
VCKYTQ1HB473K 7-15 AA C ″ 6-117 AA C ″ 6-159 AA C
VCKYTQ1HB683K 7-16 AB C ″ 6-119 AA C ″ 6-160 AA C
VCKYTQ1HF104Z 6-123 AA C ″ 7-25 AA C ″ 6-161 AA C
″ 6-124 AA C ″ 7-27 AA C ″ 6-181 AA C
VCKYTV1CB224K 6-77 AC C ″ 7-28 AA C ″ 6-197 AA C
″ 6-80 AC C ″ 7-39 AA C ″ 6-226 AA C
VCKYTV1CF105Z 6-21 AB C VCKYTV1HB103K 6-33 AB C ″ 6-233 AA C
″ 6-22 AB C ″ 6-36 AB C ″ 6-265 AA C
″ 6-25 AB C VCKYTV1HB221K 7-37 AA C ″ 6-279 AA C
″ 6-43 AB C VCKYTV1HB222K 6-34 AA C ″ 6-302 AA C
″ 6-50 AB C ″ 6-40 AA C ″ 7-54 AA C
″ 6-59 AB C ″ 6-63 AA C ″ 7-56 AA C
″ 6-68 AB C ″ 6-84 AA C ″ 7-89 AA C
″ 6-69 AB C ″ 6-102 AA C VRS-TS2AD100J 6-178 AA C
″ 6-76 AB C ″ 6-105 AA C ″ 6-215 AA C
″ 6-81 AB C ″ 7-32 AA C ″ 7-105 AA C
″ 6-82 AB C ″ 7-33 AA C VRS-TS2AD101J 6-158 AA C
″ 7-30 AB C ″ 7-36 AA C ″ 6-192 AA C
″ 7-31 AB C VCKYTV1HB271K 6-66 AA C ″ 6-194 AA C
VCKYTV1EB104K 6-46 AA C VCKYTV1HB331K 7-17 AA C ″ 7-79 AA C
″ 6-65 AA C VCKYTV1HB472K 6-48 AA C VRS-TS2AD102J 6-202 AA C
″ 6-74 AA C ″ 7-40 AA C ″ 7-83 AA C
″ 6-75 AA C VCKYTV1HB473K 6-85 AA C ″ 7-104 AA C
″ 6-79 AA C VCKYTV1HB561K 7-22 AA C VRS-TS2AD103J 6-175 AA C
″ 6-95 AA C VCQYNA1HM334K 7-5 AD C ″ 6-176 AA C
″ 6-122 AA C VHDDSS131//-1 7-46 AA B ″ 6-184 AA C
″ 7-21 AA C ″ 7-47 AA B ″ 6-185 AA C
″ 7-23 AA C VHDDSS133//-1 7-48 AA B ″ 6-186 AA C
VCKYTV1EF104Z 6-13 AA C ″ 7-49 AA B ″ 6-203 AA C
″ 6-15 AA C VHDRB705D//-1 6-137 AD B ″ 6-205 AA C
″ 6-16 AA C VHD1SS355//-1 6-135 AB B ″ 6-206 AA C
″ 6-19 AA C ″ 6-136 AB B ″ 6-208 AA C
″ 6-20 AA C VHEHZ2A1///-1 7-113 AC B ″ 6-210 AA C
″ 6-26 AA C ″ 7-114 AC B ″ 6-211 AA C
″ 6-28 AA C ″ 7-115 AC B ″ 6-222 AA C
″ 6-30 AA C ″ 7-116 AC B ″ 6-237 AA C
″ 6-32 AA C VHEMTZJ2R4B-1 7-117 AB B ″ 6-241 AA C
″ 6-35 AA C ″ 7-118 AB B ″ 6-244 AA C
″ 6-38 AA C VHEMTZJ200B-1 7-112 AC B ″ 6-245 AA C
″ 6-41 AA C VHEMTZJ300B-1 7-110 AA B ″ 6-266 AA C
″ 6-42 AA C VHEMTZJ5R6B-1 6-333 AB B ″ 6-267 AA C
″ 6-45 AA C VHEMTZJ6R8B-1 7-111 AC B ″ 6-270 AA C
″ 6-56 AA C VHE1N4748A/-1 6-334 AC B ″ 6-271 AA C
″ 6-60 AA C VHIHCF4053M1T 6-144 AG B ″ 6-273 AA C
″ 6-61 AA C ″ 6-149 AG B ″ 6-278 AA C
″ 6-64 AA C VHIHEF4051BT1 6-143 AL B ″ 6-280 AA C
″ 6-67 AA C VHIKM29N040-1 6-148 BC B ″ 6-317 AA C
″ 6-78 AA C VHILM2902D/-1 6-150 AH B ″ 7-71 AA C
″ 6-86 AA C ″ 6-151 AH B ″ 7-103 AA C
″ 6-92 AA C VHIMC34119DR2 6-142 AH B VRS-TS2AD104J 6-216 AA C
″ 6-93 AA C VHIMC74HCU04F 6-141 AD B ″ 6-231 AA C
″ 6-100 AA C VHINJM2904M-1 7-50 AE B ″ 6-251 AA C
″ 6-109 AA C VHINJM4558M-1 7-51 AD B ″ 7-92 AA C
″ 6-110 AA C ″ 7-52 AD B VRS-TS2AD105J 6-198 AA C
″ 6-118 AA C VHIPST596CMT1 6-153 AF B VRS-TS2AD106J 6-235 AA C
″ 6-120 AA C VHIR96FC20V24 6-139 BH N B VRS-TS2AD123J 6-268 AA C
″ 6-121 AA C ″ 6-140 BH N B VRS-TS2AD133J 7-70 AA C
″ 7-18 AA C VHIULN2003AN/ 6-152 AE B VRS-TS2AD150J 6-170 AA C
″ 7-24 AA C VHIW24257S7LL 6-145 AP B VRS-TS2AD151J 6-199 AA C
″ 7-26 AA C VHI27020FKC0D 6-146 B ″ 6-200 AA C
″ 7-29 AA C VHPITR9606/-1 6-162 AG B ″ 6-261 AA C
″ 7-34 AA C VHPTLP521-1BL 7-60 AE B ″ 6-262 AA C
″ 7-35 AA C ″ 7-62 AE B ″ 6-263 AA C
″ 7-38 AA C VHPTLP627//-1 7-61 AH B ″ 6-264 AA C
VCKYTV1HB102K 6-29 AA C VHVICPS07//-1 6-138 AA B ″ 6-287 AA C
″ 6-39 AA C VHVRA501PV6-1 7-1 AE B ″ 6-288 AA C
″ 6-51 AA C ″ 7-2 AE B ″ 6-290 AA C
″ 6-52 AA C VHVTN07G181-1 7-109 AC B ″ 6-291 AA C
″ 6-53 AA C VP-1M3R3J0000 6-154 AG C ″ 7-93 AA C
″ 6-54 AA C VRD-HT2EY100J 6-169 AA C VRS-TS2AD152J 6-207 AA C
″ 6-55 AA C VRD-HT2HY223J 7-69 AA C ″ 6-239 AA C
″ 6-62 AA C VRS-RE3AA270J 6-168 AC C ″ 6-300 AA C
″ 6-70 AA C VRS-TP2BD000J 7-53 AA C ″ 7-96 AA C
″ 6-71 AA C ″ 7-55 AA C VRS-TS2AD153J 7-90 AA C
″ 6-97 AA C VRS-TP2BD150J 7-72 AA C VRS-TS2AD154J 6-230 AA C
″ 6-103 AA C ″ 7-73 AA C ″ 6-248 AA C
″ 6-106 AA C VRS-TS2AD000J 6-49 AA C ″ 6-269 AA C

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VRS-TS2AD162J 7-100 AA C VRS-TS2AD471J 6-295 AA C 0CBUEEB242CS/ 8-56 AC C
VRS-TS2AD201J 6-223 AG C ″ 6-297 AA C 0CBUEEB271CS/ 8-54 AC C
″ 6-301 AG C ″ 6-298 AA C 0CBUEEB330CS/ 8-51 AC C
VRS-TS2AD203J 6-293 AA C ″ 6-313 AA C 0CBUEEB561CS/ 8-50 AC C
″ 6-294 AA C ″ 6-314 AA C ″ 8-52 AC C
″ 6-312 AA C ″ 6-316 AA C 0CBUEEB564CS/ 8-42 AC C
″ 7-95 AA C ″ 7-76 AA C ″ 8-46 AC C
″ 7-102 AA C ″ 7-77 AA C ″ 8-47 AC C
VRS-TS2AD221J 6-201 AA C ″ 7-78 AA C 0CBUEEB682CS/ 8-55 AC C
VRS-TS2AD222J 7-94 AA C ″ 7-87 AA C 0CBUEEC821CB/ 8-49 AC C
VRS-TS2AD223J 6-243 AA C VRS-TS2AD472J 6-204 AA C ″ 8-57 AC C
″ 6-307 AA C VRS-TS2AD473J 6-292 AA C 0CBUEFER33CH/ 8-43 AC C
″ 7-81 AA C ″ 6-299 AA C 0CBUEFE224DJ/ 8-48 AE C
″ 7-85 AA C VRS-TS2AD474J 6-227 AA C 0CBUEZ0507ZZ/ 8-61 AD B
″ 7-86 AA C ″ 6-311 AA C 0CBUFBA471DB/ 8-62 AD B
VRS-TS2AD243J 7-98 AA C VRS-TS2AD512J 6-242 AA C 0CBUGAC471UM/ 8-17 AF C
VRS-TS2AD271J 6-171 AA C VRS-TS2AD514J 6-247 AG C 0CBUGAE681UG/ 8-14 AH C
″ 6-172 AA C VRS-TS2AD562J 6-257 AA C 0CBUGAF1R0HD/ 8-18 AC C
″ 6-177 AA C ″ 6-275 AA C 0CBUGCU102EJ/ 8-3 AE C
″ 6-179 AA C ″ 6-306 AA C ″ 8-4 AE C
″ 6-180 AA C VRS-TS2AD563J 7-99 AA C 0CBUGCZ152CR/ 8-6 AE C
″ 6-187 AA C VRS-TS2AD621J 7-82 AA C 0CBUGCZ222AD/ 8-15 AC C
″ 6-195 AA C VRS-TS2AD683J 6-296 AA C 0CBUGCZ222HP/ 8-12 AF C
″ 6-196 AA C ″ 7-84 AA C ″ 8-19 AF C
″ 6-209 AA C VRS-TS2AD753J 6-250 AA C 0CBUGFF102AR/ 8-10 AB C
″ 6-212 AA C VRS-TS2AD754J 6-249 AA C ″ 8-11 AB C
″ 6-213 AA C VRS-TS2AD822J 7-91 AA C ″ 8-13 AB C
″ 6-218 AA C VRS-TS2AD913J 6-272 AA C ″ 8-16 AB C
″ 6-219 AA C VRSTS2AD1373F 6-234 AA C 0CBUGFF472AR/ 8-8 AB C
″ 6-220 AA C VRSTS2AD6812F 6-277 AA C 0CBUGFF683AR/ 8-9 AD C
″ 6-224 AA C VSBS108////-1 7-63 AE B 0CBUGFM104JY/ 8-1 AF C
″ 6-225 AA C VSRNC1402//-1 6-167 AC B ″ 8-2 AF C
″ 6-238 AA C ″ 7-64 AC B 0CBUGZ0782ZZ/ 8-7 AE C
″ 6-240 AA C ″ 7-65 AC B 0CBUGZ14072ZZ 8-5 AL C
″ 6-255 AA C ″ 7-67 AC B 0CBUKZ0826ZZ/ 8-36 AK C
″ 6-259 AA C ″ 7-68 AC B 0CB829655014/ 8-59 BE B
″ 6-260 AA C VS2SA1037KS-1 6-166 AB B
″ 6-282 AA C VS2SC2412KR-1 7-66 AD B
″ 6-283 AA C VS2SC2412KS-1 6-164 AB B
″ 6-285 AA C ″ 6-165 AB B
″ 6-286 AA C VS2SD1858Q2-1 6-163 AE B
″ 6-308 AA C [X]
″ 6-309 AA C XBBSD30P06000 50-B1 AA C
″ 6-310 AA C XBPSN40P06K00 50-B7 AA C
″ 6-315 AA C XEBSD30P10000 50-B4 AA C
VRS-TS2AD301J 7-75 AA C XEBSD30P12000 50-B6 AA C
VRS-TS2AD302J 6-229 AA C XUBSD20P06000 50-B3 AA C
VRS-TS2AD303J 6-191 AA C [0]
″ 6-254 AA C 0CBBFZ89209Z/ 8-34 AC C
″ 6-274 AA C 0CBLRZ6446ZP/ 8-66 AQ C
″ 6-281 AA C 0CBLRZ6447ZP/ 8-67 AQ C
″ 6-303 AA C 0CBPHZ0184ZZ/ 8-58 AR B
″ 7-88 AA C 0CBPJCTY1251/ 8-31 AK A
″ 7-101 AA C ″ 8-32 AK A
VRS-TS2AD304J 6-228 AA C 0CBPKZ0194ZZ/ 8-20 AC C
VRS-TS2AD332J 6-189 AA C 0CBPKZ1105ZZ/ 8-21 AH C
″ 6-246 AA C 0CBPZZ0906ZZ/ 8-33 AH A
″ 6-253 AA C 0CBSBD0508ZZ/ 8-68 AC D
″ 6-256 AA C 0CBUAC0027CZ/ 8-39 AG B
″ 7-97 AA C 0CBUAC0034EZ/ 8-40 AE B
VRS-TS2AD333J 6-183 AA C 0CBUAC0264AZ/ 8-41 AD B
″ 6-252 AA C 0CBUAG0161CZ/ 8-38 AP B
″ 6-276 AA C 0CBUBA0003BZ/ 8-27 AD B
″ 6-304 AA C ″ 8-30 AD B
″ 6-305 AA C 0CBUBC0215D// 8-22 AD B
VRS-TS2AD392J 6-232 AA C ″ 8-23 AD B
VRS-TS2AD393J 7-80 AA C ″ 8-24 AD B
VRS-TS2AD433J 7-74 AA C ″ 8-25 AD B
VRS-TS2AD471J 6-173 AA C 0CBUBC0248AZ/ 8-26 AD B
″ 6-174 AA C 0CBUBC0302AZ/ 8-29 AE B
″ 6-182 AA C 0CBUBC0336AZ/ 8-28 AL B
″ 6-188 AA C 0CBUBDAC3R3C/ 8-63 AD B
″ 6-190 AA C 0CBUBDAC6R2C/ 8-64 AC B
″ 6-193 AA C 0CBUBDAE300D/ 8-65 AD B
″ 6-214 AA C 0CBUCB0107AZ/ 8-35 AQ B
″ 6-217 AA C 0CBUDC0163BB/ 8-37 AH B
″ 6-221 AA C 0CBUDZ0052ZZ/ 8-60 AG B
″ 6-236 AA C 0CBUEEB101CS/ 8-45 AC C
″ 6-258 AA C 0CBUEEB153CS/ 8-44 AC C
″ 6-289 AA C 0CBUEEB222CS/ 8-53 AC C

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