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VIDEO GRAPHIC PRINTER

UP-895
UP-895CE
UP-895MD
SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition

! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.

! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fr qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.
Alle Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefhrt werden. Um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei
Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben
Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von Personen ausgefhrt werden, die eine spezielle Befhigung
dazu besitzen.

! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destin uniquement aux personnes comptentes en charge de lentretien. Afin
de rduire les risques de dcharge lectrique, dincendie ou de blessure neffectuer que les
rparations indiques dans le mode demploi moins dtre qualifi pour en effectuer dautres.
Pour toute rparation faire appel une personne comptente uniquement.

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Table of Contents
1. Operating Instructions
2. Service Information
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.

2-4.
2-5.

Board Layout ............................................................................................... 2-1


Disassembly ................................................................................................ 2-1
Removal of Major Parts .............................................................................. 2-2
2-3-1. Removal of Mechanical Block ................................................... 2-2
2-3-2. Removal of MA-99 Board ......................................................... 2-3
2-3-3. Removal of Switching Regulator ............................................... 2-3
2-3-4. Removal of Thermal Head ......................................................... 2-4
Tightening the Screws ................................................................................. 2-5
Installation of Fan Motor ............................................................................ 2-6

3. Electrical Alignment
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.

AGC Adjustment ......................................................................................... 3-1


Video Level Adjustment ............................................................................. 3-1
Brightness and Contrast Adjustment ........................................................... 3-2
Head Voltage Adjustment ........................................................................... 3-3
Initialization of Print Count History ........................................................... 3-3

4. Circuit Operation Description


4-1.

4-2.
4-3.

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Video Circuit ............................................................................................... 4-3


4-1-1. BNC Input Connector - Trap Filter Circuit ................................ 4-3
4-1-2. nC-SYNC Generator Circuit ...................................................... 4-3
4-1-3. AGC Circuit ............................................................................... 4-3
4-1-4. Brightness and Contrast Control ................................................ 4-3
4-1-5. A/D Conversion and D/A Conversion ....................................... 4-3
Clock Generator Circuit .............................................................................. 4-4
Memory and Head Control Circuit ............................................................. 4-4
4-3-1. Reading the Serial Data from System Control ........................... 4-5
4-3-2. Writing in Frame Memory ......................................................... 4-5
4-3-3. Transfer from Frame Memory to Line Memory ........................ 4-5
4-3-4. Thermal Head Control and One-Line Memory .......................... 4-5

4-4.

4-5.

System Control Section ............................................................................... 4-8


4-4-1. Reading of Keys ......................................................................... 4-8
4-4-2. Reading of Function Switches ................................................... 4-8
4-4-3. Platen Motor Control .................................................................. 4-9
4-4-4. Head Up and Down Control ..................................................... 4-10
4-4-5. Monitor of Door Sensor ........................................................... 4-10
4-4-6. Monitor of Paper Sensor .......................................................... 4-10
4-4-7. Monitor of Head Temperature Sensor ...................................... 4-11
4-4-8. Control of Head Fan Motor (for Head Cooling) ...................... 4-11
4-4-9. Control of Video Circuit Section ............................................. 4-11
4-4-10. Control of Memory and Head Control Circuit ......................... 4-12
4-4-11. Gamma Correction and Thermal Storage Correction .............. 4-13
4-4-12. Discrimination of Video Signal to be Input ............................. 4-13
4-4-13. Remote Interface ...................................................................... 4-13
4-4-14. Storage of Print Count History ................................................. 4-13
Thermal Head Section ............................................................................... 4-14
4-5-1. Structure ................................................................................... 4-14
4-5-2. Basic Operation ........................................................................ 4-15
4-5-3. Stair Generation ....................................................................... 4-15
4-5-4. Temperature Correction ........................................................... 4-16
4-5-5. Line Count Correction .............................................................. 4-16

5. Troubleshooting
5-1.
5-2.
5-3.
5-4.
5-5.
5-6.

Print is Faulty .............................................................................................. 5-1


Print is Too Dark or Too Light ................................................................... 5-2
Paper Sensor is Out of Order ................................................................... 5-3
Head Operation (Up & Down) is Out of Order ........................................... 5-4
Paper Feeding is Out of Order .................................................................... 5-5
Door (Opening and Closing) is Out of Order .............................................. 5-6

6. Service Mode (Self-diagnostic Function)


6-1
6-2.
6-3.
6-4.

Printing the Test Pattern .............................................................................. 6-1


Up/Down Operation of Head ...................................................................... 6-2
Feed Operation ............................................................................................ 6-2
Display and Clearing of Print Sheet History ............................................... 6-3

7. Semiconductor Pin Assignments

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8. Spare Parts
8-1.
8-2.
8-3.

Notes on Repair Parts .................................................................................. 8-1


Exploded Views .......................................................................................... 8-2
Electrical Parts List ..................................................................................... 8-7

9. Block Diagram
Overall .................................................................................................................... 9-1

10. Schematic Diagrams and Board Layouts


FRAME ................................................................................................................ 10-2
KY-454 ................................................................................................................. 10-2
SE-531 .................................................................................................................. 10-2
SE-532 .................................................................................................................. 10-2
SU-52 ................................................................................................................... 10-2
MA-99 .................................................................................................................. 10-4

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UP-895/(E)

3-868-286-01 (1)

Instructions for Use

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UP-895
UP-895MD
UP-895CE
1999 Sony Corporation

1-1

This section is extracted


from operation manual.

(For UP-895MD/895CE)

GB

Section 1
Operating Instructions

Video Graphic
Printer

1-2

English

Table of Contents/Overview

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to


rain or moisture.

Important safeguards/notices for use in the


medical environments

To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer


servicing to qualified personnel only.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.

For UP-895MD/895CE
Symbol on the products

1. All the equipments connected to this unit shall be


certified according to Standard IEC601-1, IEC950,
IEC65 or other IEC/ISO Standards applicable to the
equipments.
2. When this unit is used together with other equipment in
the patient area*, the equipment shall be either powered
by an isolation transformer or connected via an
additional protective earth terminal to system ground
unless it is certified according to Standard IEC601-1.
* Patient Area
5m

1.

This symbol indicates the equipotential


terminal which brings the various parts of a
system to the same potential.

Table of Contents

Overview

Introduction

The UP-895/895MD/895CE is a black and white video


graphics printer that can be used to print images
displayed on a video monitor.
This manual covers the UP-895/895MD/895CE models.
Wherever the operation or any other item differs among
the models, this manual clearly describes those
differences.

Overview ................................................................. 21

Prepration
Connection .............................................................. 22
Setting Up the Printer ........................................... 22
Setting the Slide Switches on the Paper Tray..... 22
Setting the DIP Switches on the Rear Panel ....... 23
Paper ....................................................................... 25
Loading Paper ........................................................ 26

Operation
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.

(for UP-895/895MD)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority
to operate this equipment.
This device requires shielded interface cables to comply
with FCC emission limits.

For the customers in Canada


(for UP-895MD)
This unit has been certified according to Standard CSA
C22.2 NO.601.1.

3. The leakage current could increase when connected to


other equipment.
4

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate


frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause
interference to other equipment. If this unit causes
interference (which can be determined by unplugging
the power cord from the unit), try these measures:
Relocate the unit with respect to the susceptible
equipment. Plug this unit and the susceptible equipment
into different branch circuit. Consult your dealer.
(According to Standard EN60601-1-2 and CISPR11,
Class B, Group 1)

Caution
When you dispose of the unit or accessories, you must obey
the law in the relative area or country and the regulation in
the relative hospital.

Others
Precautions ............................................................. 31
Maintenance ........................................................... 31
Specifications .......................................................... 32
Troubleshooting ..................................................... 34
Location and Function of Parts ............................ 35
Front ................................................................... 35
Back .................................................................... 36

Clear, consistent print quality


High definition, 12.8 dots/mm printing using a thermal
head with a high-speed drive IC.
256 gradations of black and white.
Stable printouts using temperature compensation
technology
Fast printing
You can make an A-7 size single printout in about 3.9
seconds in STD and NORM mode.
You can make a maximum of 11 copies of the same
image continuously.
Two way printing direction and various image
sizes
The printing direction selector on the front panel
enables you to print in vertical and horizontal
directions.
The image size selector on the front panel enables you
to select various printing size.

GB

English

For the customers in the U.S.A.

Printing ................................................................... 27
Making Printouts ................................................ 27
Selecting the Printing Direction/Image Size ...... 28
Adjusting the Contrast and Brightness ............... 30
Remotely Controlling the Printer ....................... 30

Introduction

WARNING

For UP-895MD/895CE

DIP switches and slide switches to optimize


the printer
You can adjust printout quality and select the paper
type by setting the slide switches.
You can make printouts starting either from the bottom
or top of the image by setting the DIRECTION of DIP
switch.
You can set the printout aspect ratio to 4:3 or 1:1 by
setting the ASPECT of DIP switch.
You can set the range to be printed by setting the
SCAN DIP switch.
You can save paper by setting the POSTFEED DIP
switch (paper saving function).
Automatic video signal determination
The type of input signal, black and white (EIA or CCIR)
or input color (NTSC or PAL), is automatically
determined and printed in the same duration and size.
Alarm buzzer
The alarm buzzer prevents you from making any
mistakes.
Easy and quick paper loading
You can load paper just by opening the door and placing
the paper roll.

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Introduction

Introduction

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Connection/Setting Up the Printer

Setting Up the Printer

Setting Up the Printer

Notes

Turn off the power to each device before making any


connections.
Connect the AC power cord last.

The diagram below shows the curve of density


graduation for each tone.

to video output
connector

To change the DIP switch settings


Use a small pointed tool such as a small screwdriver.
The factory settings are as follows.

High
I

Video equipment

Color/black and
white video monitor

Setting the DIP Switches on the


Rear Panel

Setting the Slide Switches on the


Paper Tray

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 q; qa qs

II

DIP SW
III

The factory settings are as follows.

Preparation

Preparation

You can set the printer to the desired specifications using


two kinds of switches.
Slide switches on the paper tray inside the front door
You can easily set the printer specifications most
frequently used in daily operation, such as selection of
the paper type and printout quality.
DIP switches on the rear panel
You can set the print mode and other settings you do
not need to change frequently

B GAMMA switch
Sets the tone of printouts (density gradation).
I: Soft gradation
II: Standard
III: Hard gradation

Print density

Connection

UP

Low
0

Gradation

255

DOWN

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

Note
Supplied coaxial connecting
cable (BNC y BNC)

to video input
connector

SHARPNESS

GAMMA

PAPER TYPE

OFF

SMOOTHING
OFF ON

Connecting cable
(not supplied)

to VIDEO IN
DIP SW

to VIDEO OUT
t IN

This switch is effective only when you use paper types


UPP-110HD or UPP-110HG, that is, when the PAPER
TYPE switch C is set to either II or V.

t IN

DIP SW

T OUT

REMOTE
UP

T OUT

REMOTE
UP
DOWN

VIDEO

AC IN

C PAPER TYPE switch


Selects the paper type.
Set the switch to the type of paper to be used.
Type of paper

Switch position

UPP-110S

I (Normal)

UPP-110HD

II (High density)

UPP-110HG

V (High glossy)

DOWN

VIDEO

AC IN

UP-895MD/895CE

DIP SW FUNCTION TABLE

to REMOTE

D SMOOTHING switch
Selects the line density.
OFF: Normally keep this switch to this position.
ON: To set the print line density to high density and
obtain the better print quality, set the switch to this
position. However, the printing speed is slower than at
the OFF position.

to AC IN

Note
Supplied AC
power cord

to wall outlet
RM-91 Remote control unit
(not supplied)

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A SHARPNESS switch
Adjusts the sharpness of the printout.
OFF: Not to emphasize an outline of the printout, set
the switch to this position.
I, II, III: To make a sharper outline, set the switch to
the proper position. In I, II and III order, the printout
becomes sharper.

This switch becomes effective under the following


conditions.
When the image size selector on the front panel is set
to either SML or NOR and STD/SIDE selector is set to
STD, and ASPECT of DIP switch C on the rear panel
is set to 4 : 3.
When the image size selector is set to a position other
than SML and NOR and ASPECT of DIP switch C is
set to 1 : 1.
Under any other conditions except those above, the print
line density is not set to high and the print quality is
standard even if you set the switch to ON.

NO. FUNCTION

SW-DOWN

SW-UP

INTERRUPT

ON

OFF

POSTFEED

ON

OFF

ASPECT

4:3

1:1

MEMORY

FRAME

FIELD

DIRECTION

NORM

REV

SCAN

WIDE 2

WIDE 1

NORM

OUTPUT

THRU

EE

ON

AGC

OFF

10

RESERVED

11

INPUT

B&W

COLOR

12

75

ON

OFF

SW-DOWN or SW-UP indicated in parentheses


shows the switch position.

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1-3

1-4

Setting Up the Printer

Setting Up the Printer/Paper

5 DIRECTION switch
Selects whether the top or bottom of the screen is to be
printed first.
NORM (SW-DOWN): Normally keep this switch set to
this position. Printing is done from the bottom of the
screen.
REV (SW-UP): Starts printing from the top of the
screen.
5
3
1

4 3
3

7 5 3 1

10

30

3
7 5 3 1

30
2 33
2

4 3
5
3
1

5
3
1

4:3

2 3

4
3

5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

3
4

4 3
3

275

475

250
43

34
5
3
1

5
3
1

250

4
3

4
3
30
3
3 2
2

4 3

3 4

30
2 33
2

5
3
1

5
3
1

4 MEMORY switch
FRAME (SW-DOWN): Normally keep this switch set
to this position.
FIELD (SW-UP): When printing fast-moving images
(such as a ball being thrown), the printout may blur. If
this happens, set the switch to this position. The printout
definition will be poorer but less blurred.

30
3
3 2
2

Paper
5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

3
4

2
3 2
3
30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

34

4 3
3

275

1 3 5 7

3
4

3
4

5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

4 3
3

275

7 5 3 1

2
10

4 3

3 4
5
3
1

3
4

50

7 5 3 1

10

3
475

250

4
3
30
2 33
2

3
2

30

3
7

4
5

1 3 5 7

30
2
475

2
3 2
3
30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

34

50

5
3
1

WIDE 1

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4
3

NORM

1:1

24

7 5 3

10

4
3
30
2 33
2

qs 75 ON/OFF switch
ON (SW-DOWN): When nothing is connected to the
VIDEO OUT connector, set the switch to this position.
OFF (SW-UP): When a video monitor or other video
equipment is connected to the VIDEO OUT connector,
set the switch to this position.
Example:
When you connect two printers to one piece of video
equipment, set the 75 switch of one of the printers to
ON, and the other to OFF.
When you connect the printer and a video monitor to the
video equipment, set the 75 switch to OFF.

475

qa INPUT switch
B & W (SW-DOWN): When the signal to be printed is
black and white, set the switch to this position.
COLOR (SW-UP): When the signal is color, set the
switch to this position.

30
2

10

30
3
3 2
2

3 5 7

3
4

50

7 5 3 1

9 AGC (Automatic Gain Control) switch


Adjusts the input signal to the optimum printing level.
OFF (SW-DOWN): Normally keep this switch set to
this position.
ON (SW-UP): When the printout image appears too
dark or too light, set the switch to this position to adjust
the input signal to the optimum level.
0 RESERVED switch
Keep this switch set to the factory setting (SW-DOWN)

2
3 2
3
30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

34

5 4 3

REV

67 SCAN switch
Sets the printout range. The printout range is
progressively widened in the NORM, WIDE 1, and
WIDE 2 order.
NORM (Switch 7, SW-UP position): Prints only the
image displayed on the standard screen size of the video
monitor.
WIDE 1 (Switch 7, SW-DOWN position): Prints
when the signal scans beyond the edge of the standard
monitor screen.
WIDE 2 ( Switch 6, SW-UP position): To further
extend the range, select this setting.
When you set Switch 6to the SW-UP position (WIDE
2 position), WIDE 2 is selected regardless of the setting
of SCAN switch 7.

50

30

250

5
3
1

1
3
5

1 3 5 7

3
7

2
3 2
3
30

10

3
4

3 4

4 3

30
2
475
4
3

50

275

7 5 3 1

3
4

4 3

NORM

2
3 2
3
30

12 345 6 7 8 9

34

5
1 3 5 7

50

3
4

5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

275

3
4

5
3
1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

4 3
3

30
3
3 2
2

2
3 2
3
30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

34

5
3
1

4
3

34

3
4

4 3

2
2 33
30

5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

250

3
4

3 ASPECT 4:3/1:1 switch


Normally keep this switch set to 4:3 (SW-DOWN).
When the aspect ratio of the video signal is 1:1, set it to
1:1 (SW-UP).
The printout will be longer than a printout made at 4:3.

3 4

275

475
4
3
30
2 33
2

1 3 5 7

10

2 POSTFEED switch
Sets extra blank paper once an image has been printed.
ON (SW-DOWN): Feeds out extra blank paper once an
image has been printed.
OFF (SW-UP): Does not feed out extra blank paper
once an image has been printed.
To save paper by feeding only a short length of paper
after printing an image, set this switch to OFF. In this
way, you can make more printouts per roll of paper, but
you have to feed the paper manually using the FEED
button and tear off the paper. When you make multiple
copies of the same printout, this position is effective in
helping to save paper.

30
2

30
3
3 2
2
4
3

250

3
4

50

4
5

475

4 3
3

275

5
3
1

34

1 3 5 7

3 4

3
4

2
3 2
3
30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

4
3

30
2 33
2

5
3
1

1
3
5

2
2 33
30

8 OUTPUT switch
Selects the video signal output from the VIDEO OUT
connector on the rear panel.
THRU (SW-DOWN): Signals are output directly to the
video monitor.
EE (SW-UP): Signals are output to the video monitor
after being processed by the printer.

250

4
3

4
3
30
3
3 2
2

30
2 33
2

4 3

3 4
5
3
1

5
3
1

WIDE 2

4
3
30
3
3 2
2

Use only UPP-110S/110HD/110HG paper as


specified for the UP-895/895MD/895CE. If another
type of paper is used, the quality of the printout
cannot be guaranteed. Use of another type of paper
may also cause malfunction of the printer.
You cannot use the UPP-110HA paper as specified
for the UP-880/890MD/890CE.

Type of paper
The following types of paper are available.
Printing quality

Type of paper

TYPE I

(Normal)

UPP-110S

TYPE II

(High Density)

UPP-110HD

TYPE V

(High Glossy)

UPP-110HG

Notes on paper
Storing unused paper
Avoid storing unused paper in a location subject to the
following. Storage of unused paper in such a place
results in deterioration of unused paper.
Store unused paper in a cool and dark place (below
30C or 86F).
Do not store unused paper in a hot or humid place. Do
not leave unused paper in direct sunlight or other
bright places.
Do not allow any volatile organic solvent or vinyl
chloride to touch unused paper. Alcohol, plastic tape
or film will deteriorate unused paper.

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Preparation

1 INTERRUPT switch
Sets whether the PRINT button is activated to enable
interruption of the printing process and capture an image
in memory.
ON (SW-DOWN): Interrupts the printing currently
under way and prints a new picture when you press the
PRINT button during printing.
OFF (SW-UP): Disregards the fact that the PRINT
button is pressed during printing and continues the
printing currently under way.
If you press the PRINT button during printing in the
OFF mode, the alarm buzzer will sound.

When loading paper


Do not fold the paper or touch the printing surface.
Dust or finger prints are likely to cause poor print
quality.
Before loading the paper roll, remove the label
attached to the top of paper roll and pull out the first
15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches). The label mark is likely to
cause poor print quality.
Storing printouts
Avoid storing printouts in a location subject to the
following. Storage of your printouts in such a place
results in fading of printouts.
Store printouts in a cool and dark place (below
30C or 86F). We recommend storing printouts in
a bag made of clay-free paper or polypropylene.
Do not store printouts in a hot or humid place. Do
not leave printouts in direct sunlight or other bright
places.
Do not allow any volatile organic solvent or vinyl
chloride to touch printouts. Alcohol, plastic tape or
film will cause the printout to fade.
Do not stack your printouts on or under a diazo copy
sheet. Also do not attach the printed surface to another
printed surface. The printout may become discolored.
To attach the printout to another piece of paper, use
double-sided adhesive tape or water-based glue.

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Printing

Loading Paper

Loading Paper

Printing

Notes

Preparation

Before loading paper, read Paper on page 25.


Do not fold the paper or touch the printing surface.
Dust or finger prints are likely to cause poor print
quality.
Use only UPP-110S/110HD/110HG paper as specified
for this printer. (page 25)
Set the PAPER TYPE switch according to the paper
type. (page 23)

Remove the label and pull out the


first 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches) of
the paper.

Place the paper with the thermo-sensitive


side (printing side) up. If you place the paper
with the printing side down by mistake, the
image will not be printed.

Loading

Making Printouts

Press the power switch to turn on the printer.


The power lamp lights.

Press the power switch to turn on the printer.


The power lamp lights and the EMPTY lamp blinks
for a few seconds.
Power lamp
EMPTY lamp

Place the paper roll so


that the paper comes
out from the paper tray
straight.

Press the OPEN button to open the door.

Note

Make sure that the EMPTY lamp turns out after


blinking for a few seconds. If lit, the paper has run
out. Load the paper. (Loading Paper on page 26)

Close the door by pushing it.

Remove the label attached at the top of the paper


roll, pull out the first 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches) of
the paper, then place the paper roll in the paper
tray.

Select the printing direction and image size.


See Selecting the Printing Direction/Image Size on
the next page.

Start the video source.


This operation is done using the controls of the video
equipment which you are using as a source.

When the image you want to print is on the video


monitor, press the PRINT button.
The image displayed at the instant you press the
PRINT button is captured into memory and is
printed out immediately.

Note

When pulling out the top of the paper roll or placing


it in the paper tray, be careful not to drop the paper
roll. If dust has accumulated on the paper, you may
not be able to use this paper because dust or finger
prints are likely to cause poor print quality or
malfunction of the head.

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Preparation

Note

If the paper roll is not placed properly and does not


come out from the paper tray straight, this may cause
paper jamming.
If you did not pull out the paper enough in step 3, feed
the paper at least 15 to 20 cm by pressing and holding
down the FEED button. Do not pull out the paper
manually.

If the printout image is blurred


A rapidly moving image may be blurred when printed.
Should this occur, change DIP Switch 4 (MEMORY)
to FIELD (SW-UP). (See page 24.) The printout quality
will be poorer, but less blurred.
To print in SMALL mode
You can print in SMALL mode, where two different
images can be captured and printed together on one
printout, by setting the image size selector on the front
panel to the SML position.
To print in SMALL mode: Press the PRINT button
twice in step 4. When you press the PRINT button once,
the buzzer sounds and the first image is captured. The
printer starts printing after the PRINT button is pressed
twice.
For detailed information on SMALL mode, see
Selecting Printing Direction/Image Size on the next
page.

Operation

Before making printouts


Confirm the following:
Are the connections correct? (page 22)
Are the slide switches and DIP switches set correctly?
(pages 22 and 23)
Is the paper type set correctly? (page 23)
Is the paper roll loaded properly? (page 26)
Is the video source being input?

To stop printing and print another image


displayed on the video monitor
To do this, DIP Switch 1 (INTERRUPT) must be set to
ON (SW-DOWN). (See page 24.)
Press the PRINT button while printing or copying. The
printer stops printing, captures the new image, and starts
printing the new image.
In SMALL mode, the printer stops printing and captures
the first image.

To feed the paper


Press and hold down the FEED button to feed the paper.
Do not pull out the paper manually.
Storing printouts
Avoid storing printouts in a location subject to the
following. Storage of your printouts in such a place
results in fading of printouts.
Store printouts in a cool and dark place (below
30C or 86F). We recommend storing printouts in
a bag made of clay-free paper or polypropylene.
Do not store printouts in a hot or humid place. Do
not leave printouts in direct sunlight or other bright
places.
Do not allow any volatile organic solvent or vinyl
chloride to touch printouts. Alcohol, plastic tape or
film will cause the printout to fade.
Do not stack your printouts on or under a diazo copy
sheet. Also do not attach the printed surface to another
printed surface. The printout may become discolored.
To attach the printout to another piece of paper, use
double-sided adhesive tape or water-based glue.

To interrupt printing
Press either the OPEN or FEED button while printing.
The printer stops printing.
Operation

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1-6

Printing

Printing

Making copies of the last printout


Press the COPY button. The printer makes a copy of the
last printout. The image of the last printout is retained in
the printers memory until you press the PRINT button
again or turn the power off.

To copy in different directions and sizes


You can copy the last printout in different directions and
sizes except in SMALL mode.
Before pressing the COPY button, select the printing
direction and size as described in Selecting the Printing
Direction/Image Size (See this page.)
Notes

You can make variations of printouts using the STD/


SIDE selector, image size selectors and the DIP
switches.

Printouts obtained by the combination of the


STD/SIDE selector and image size selector
The table in the right colum shows various printouts that
can be obtained according to the combination of settings
of the STD/SIDE selector and image size selectors.

Selecting the printing direction

STD

SIDE

STD

Image size
selector
position

Printing direction selector position


STD

SIDE

NOR
(Normal)

NOR

You can select the printing direction using the STD/


SIDE selector.
To print in the same direction as the one displayed in
the video monitor, set the selector to STD (standard).
To print the image in the direction where the image is
rotated by 90 degrees counterclockwise, set the
selector to SIDE.
SIDE

SML

R/T
L/B

STD

SIDE

BOTH

SML
(Small)

In addition to variations in the right colum, the following


printout variation is available.

Negative printouts
You can make negative printouts by setting the POSI/
NEGA switch on the front panel to the NEGA position.

R/T
(Right/Top)

Image displayed on the video monitor

To make multiple copies of the same printout


Press the COPY button as many times as necessary
(maximum 11 copies including the first printout) while
printing or copying the first printout. Each time you press
the COPY button, a short buzzer sounds.
To interrupt copying
Press either the OPEN or FEED button.

Variations of printouts

Operation

Operation

If you press the COPY button immediately after


turning the power on, the alarm buzzer will sound as
nothing is stored in memory.
In the SMALL mode, if you press the COPY button
after you have pressed the PRINT button only once, the
alarm buzzer will sound and the printer will not copy.

Selecting the Printing Direction/


Image Size

L/B
(Left/Bottom)

Printouts
When set to the STD
position

When set to the SIDE


position
BOTH

Selecting the image size


You can print in normal or small size by changing the
image size selector.
You can also obtain a printout of the image at the left or
right, top or bottom of the video image on the monitor
after it has been enlarged twice.

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Operation

Operation

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UP-895/(E)

Precautions/Maintenance

Printing

Adjusting the Contrast and


Brightness
You can adjust the contrast and brightness of the
printout.

To adjust the brightness


You can adjust the brightness of printouts using the
BRIGHT control.
To make the image brighter, turn the BRIGHT control
clockwise.
To make the image darker, turn the BRIGHT control
counterclockwise.
Note

CONTR

BRIGHT

You cannot adjust the image once it has been captured in


memory. Restore an image after adjustment by pressing
the PRINT button.

Remotely Controlling the Printer

Operation

You can remotely control the printer using the RM-91


remote control unit or the foot switch connected to the
REMOTE connector on the rear panel.

Maintenance

On safety

Cleaning the cabinet

Check the operating voltage before operation.


Operate the unit only with a power source specified in
Specifications.
Stop operation immediately if any liquid or solid
object falls into the cabinet. Unplug the unit and have
it checked by qualified personnel.
Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if you will not be
using it for a long time. Disconnect the power cord by
grasping the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
Do not disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel only.
Do not touch the cutting blade of the printer.
Connect the power plug of the printer to a wall outlet
with a protective earth terminal. The safety earth
should be properly established.

Do not use strong solvents to clean the printer. Thinner


or abrasive cleansers will damage the cabinet.

Cleaning the thermal head


If the printout is dirty or white stripes appear on the
printouts, clean the thermal head using the cleaning sheet
supplied .

Press the power switch to turn on the printer.

Press the OPEN button to open the door.

Insert the cleaning sheet, with the black surface


facing down, into the groove in paper tray.

On operation
Do not turn the power off while the printer is printing.
The thermal head may be damaged.

Others

Since the button on the remote control unit or foot


switch functions exactly same as the PRINT button,
pressing either of them during printing or copying results
in an image being captured and immediately printed
when DIP Switch 1 (INTERRUPT) on the rear panel is
set to ON (SW-DOWN). (See page 24.)

Precautions

On the printer carriage


Note

To adjust the contrast and brightness while confirming


the adjusted image on the video monitor, set DIP Switch
8 (OUTPUT) to EE (SW-UP).
After adjusting the contrast and brightness, be sure to
reset DIP Switch 8 to THRU (SW-DOWN).
Since the video signal is directly input to the video
monitor without being processed by the printer when the
setting is THRU, you can monitor the video signal as it
is input directly from the video equipment.

To adjust the contrast


You can adjust the contrast of image using the CONTR
control.
To make the contrast stronger, turn the CONTR
control clockwise.
To make the contrast weaker, turn the CONTR control
counterclockwise.

Do not carry or move the printer when the paper roll is


placed in the printer. Doing so may cause a malfunction.

On installation
Place the printer on a level and stable surface.
If you use the printer with placed on an uneven
surface, malfunction of the printer is likely to occur.
Do not install the printer near heat sources. Avoid
locations near radiators or air ducts, or places subject
to direct sunlight or excessive dust, humidity,
mechanical shock or vibration.
Provide adequate air circulation to prevent heat buildup. Do not place the printer on surfaces such as rugs,
blankets, etc., or near materials such as curtains and
draperies.
If the printer is subjected to wide and sudden changes
in temperature, such as when it is moved from a cold
room to a warm room or when it is left in a room with
a heater that tends to produce large amounts of
moisture, condensation may form inside the printer. In
such cases the printer will probably not work properly,
and may even develop a fault if you persist in using it.
If moisture or condensation forms, turn off the power
and allow the printer to stand for at least one hour.

Insert into the


groove.

Cleaning sheet
(supplied)

Continue to next page c

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Operation

Others

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1-8

Maintenance/Specifications

4
5

Specifications

Close the door by pushing it.


Press the FEED button and keep it pressed.
When the buzzer sounds and the printer start ejecting
the cleaning sheet, release the FEED button.

Keep pressing the FEED button.

Cleaning is completed.

Press the OPEN button to open the door and


remove the cleaning sheet.

Close the door by pushing it.

Notes

Do not press the PRINT or COPY button while the


cleaning sheet is in the printer.
Clean the head only when necessary. If you clean the
head too often, it may cause a malfunction.

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Others

REMOTE (stereo minijack)


3
2

Power requirements and consumption


100 to 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 A
220 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 0.8 A
Operating temperature
5C to 35C (41F to 95F)
Operating humidity
20 % to 80 % (no condensation
allowed)
Dimensions
Approx. 154 105 260 mm (w/h/d)
(618 414 101/4 inches)
Mass
Approx. 3.4 kg (7 lb 8 oz), Main unit
only
Thermal head Thin-film thermal head (with builtin drive IC) 1280-dot drive
Gradation
256
Resolution (in WIDE 1 mode)
EIA: 1210 490 dots
CCIR: 1210 582 dots
Print size (in NOR and WIDE 1 mode)
STD mode
EIA: 94 72 mm
CCIR: 94 71 mm
SIDE mode
EIA: 126 96 mm
CCIR: 126 95 mm
Printing speed (in STD and NOR mode)
About 3.9 seconds/screen (at factory
settings)
Picture memory
800 K 8 bits for one frame
Input/output connectors
VIDEO IN (BNC)
EIA or CCIR Composite video
signals
1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms/high-impedance
(EIA/CCIR automatically
discriminated)
VIDEO OUT (BNC)
EIA or CCIR Composite video
signals
1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, loop-through/EE
switchable

1 GND
2 PRINT SIGNAL (TTL)
Input of LOW pulse over 100 msec.
initiates print.
3 PRINT BUSY (TTL)
Goes HIGH during printing.
Supplied accessories
Paper roll (UPP-110HG) (1)
BNC y BNC connecting cable (1)
AC power cord (1)
Head cleaning sheet (1)
Media label (1)

The following specifications are applied only to the


UP-895MD/895CE models:
Storage and transport temperature
20C to 60C (4F to 140F)
Storage and transport humidity
20 % to 80 % (no condensation
allowed)
Protection against electric shock
Class I
Protection against harmful ingress of water
Ordinary
Degree of safety in the presence of flammable
anesthetics or oxygen
Not suitable for use in the presence of
flammable anesthetics or oxygen
Mode of operation
Continuous

Others

Others
When the buzzer sounds and the printer
starts ejecting the cleaning sheet,
release the button.

Specifications

Design and specifications are subject to change


without notice.

Others

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UP-895/(E)

Troubleshooting

Location and Function of Parts

Troubleshooting
The following troubleshooting checks will help you
correct the most common problems you may encounter
with your printer. Before proceeding with these trouble
check, first checks that the power cord is firmly
connected. Should the problem persist, unplug the
printer and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized
Sony service facility.
Symptom

Cause/remedy

White specks on the


first few printouts.

When printing with a newly inserted


roll of paper, dust on the surface of
the paper may cause white specks
on the printouts.
t Feed the paper by pressing the
FEED button until clean paper
appears. (page 26)

Printing does not


start when you press
the PRINT button.

Paper jam

The printout is dirty.

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Others

This problem may result from the


video signal input to the printer.
t Change the setting of the DIP
switches 6 and 7 (SCAN).
(page 24)
Open the door by pressing the
OPEN button, then pull the
jammed paper slowly and remove
it.
There is condensation inside the
unit.
t Moving the unit suddenly from
a cold place to a warm place
often results in condensation
forming. In the event of
condensation forming,
remove the paper, turn off the
power and allow the unit to
stand for about one to two
hours.

Cause/remedy

The printer stops


printing when it
continuously prints
dark images. (The
alarm buzzer
sounds.)

This is likely to occur when the


printer prints continuously 15 or
more dark images. In such a case,
the buzzer sounds. This is because
a protective circuit guards against
heat build-up in the thermal head.
Stop printing for a while.

White lines or small


letters on the screen
are not printed
clearly.

Is DIP Switch qa (INPUT) set to B &


W when the input signal is a black
and white signal? (page 25)

Small squares
appear over the
whole screen.

Is DIP Switch qa (INPUT) set to


COLOR when the input signal is a
color signal? (page 25)

The printout is too


dark or too light.

Is the DIP switch qs (75 ) set


correctly? (page 25)
Is the PAPER TYPE switch in the
paper tray set correctly? (page
23)
Is the GAMMA switch in the paper
tray set correctly? (page 23)

The printout seems


stretched or
enlarged.

Location and Function of


Parts
For details, refer to the pages indicated in parentheses.

Front
1 Power switch and lamp
Turns the power on. The power lamp is lit while the
power is on.
2 Image size selector (29)
Selects the size of the image to be printed.
3 STD (standard)/SIDE selector (28, 29)
Selects the printing direction.

Front

4 CONTR (contrast) control (30)


Adjusts the contrast of the printouts.
1

23456 7 8 9 q; qa qs

STD
NOR
SML

R/T

POSI
SIDE
CONTR
2

NEGA
BRIGHT

FEED

COPY

PRINT

5 BRIGHT (brightness) control (30)


Adjusts the brightness of the printouts.
EMPTY

OPEN

L/B

6 POSI(positive)/NEGA (negative) selector (29)


Set this to the NEGA position to make negative
printouts.

BOTH

The DIP switch 3 (ASPECT) is set


to 1:1.
t Set it to 4:3. (page 24)

Back

DIP SW

4 5 6

t IN

T OUT

REMOTE
UP

FEED button (26, 27, 28, 32)


Press to feed paper. The paper feeds as long as the
FEED button is held down.
Pressing this button during printing results in an
interruption of the printing.

COPY button (28)


Prints another copy of the previous printout.

PRINT button (27)


Prints the image currently displayed on the video
monitor. The image displayed when you press the
PRINT button is stored in memory.

Others

Others

Black borders or
missing portions
around the printout.

Paper does not feed.


t Is the paper slack?
t Is the power turned on?
t Are all connections correct?
t Did you press the PRINT
button twice in SMALL mode?
(page 27)
When the alarm buzzer sounds:
t Has the thermal head
overheated? The thermal
head may overheat when the
printer prints dark image
continuously. In such a case,
the EMPTY lamp blinks. Wait
until the head cools down.
t Is the video signal of the
image input?
t Is the paper loaded correctly?
Paper feeds, but printing does
not start.
t Is the paper loaded with the
thermo-sensitive side up?
(page 26)

Symptom

0 EMPTY lamp (27)


Lights when the printer is out of paper.

Continue to next page c

DOWN

VIDEO

AC IN

UP-895MD/895CE

The thermal head is dirty.


t Clean the thermal head with the
head cleaning sheet supplied
with the unit. (page 31)
Others

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1-10

Location and Function of Parts

qa OPEN button (26, 31)


Opens or closes the door. Also, interrupts printing
midway.
When the door is open, you can see the slide
switches in the paper tray.

SHARPNESS

GAMMA

PAPER TYPE

OFF

Equipotential terminal (only for UP-895MD/


895CE)
Used to connect to the equipotential plug to bring the
various parts of a system to the same potential.
Refer to Important safeguards/notice for use in the
medical environments on page 20.

REMOTE connector (22, 30)


Connect the RM-91 remote commander or the foot
switch for controlling print operation from a
distance.

OFF ON

2 GAMMA switch
Sets the tone of the printouts (density gradation).

Others

3 PAPER TYPE switch


Selects the paper type.
4 SMOOTHING switch
Selects the line density.
For detailed information on slide switches, see
Setting the Slide Switches on the Paper Tray on
page 22.
qs Paper feeder and cutter
Cuts the printing paper.

Others

SMOOTHING

1 SHARPNESS switch
Adjusts the sharpness of the printout.

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Back

3 DIP SW (switches) (23)


Sets the print modes and functions.
4 tVIDEO IN (input) connector (BNC type) (22)
Connect to the video output connector of the video
equipment.
5 TVIDEO OUT (output) connector (BNC type)
(22)
Connect to the video input connector of the video
monitor. The output signal type depends on DIP
switch 8 (OUTPUT).
6 -AC IN (AC power input) connector (22)
Connect to a wall outlet using the AC power cord
supplied with the unit.

UP-895/(E)

Section 2
Service Information
2-1. Board Layout

2-2. Disassembly

MA-99 board

n
Remove the top cover in the order shown in the figure
during removal.

SE-532 board

Removal of Top Cover


2 Top cover
1 M3 case
fixing screw

SU-52 board

KY-454 board

SE-531 board

1 M3 case
fixing screw

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2-1

2-3. Removal of Major Parts


2-3-1. Removal of Mechanical Block
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 2-2.)

2
3 Mechanical block

3 Step screw

Claws

Claws
1 CN7
1 CN8

1 CN2

4 Door panel
1
3 Step screw

Lock arm

1 CN13

1 CN3
1 CN9

5 Rod stopper
1 CN14
1 CN1

6 Power switch rod

2 Screws (BVTT 3x6)

2 Screw (BVTT 3x6)

Be careful not to slacken


the harness when installing
the mechanical block.

3 Claws

3 Claws
4 Front panel
2 Screws (BVTT 3x6)

2-2

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2-3-2. Removal of MA-99 Board

2-3-3. Removal of Switching Regulator

1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 2-2.)

1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 2-2.)


2. Remove the front panel, door panel and power switch
rod. (Refer to Section 2-3-1.)
3. Remove the MA-99 board. (Refer to Section 2-3-2.)

2 Screw
(BTP 3x8)
1 Tapping
screws
(M3)

2 Sheeld plate
1 Tapping screw
(M3)
3 CN201

1 Tapping
screw (M3)

3 Rear panel

5 Tapping screws (M3)

4 CN14

6 Switching
regulator

4 CN1

4 CN2
4 CN8

4 CN12

5 Tapping
screws (M3)

4 CN13

4 Screws
(PS 3x6)

4 CN9
4 CN7

4 CN3

4 Screws (PS 3x6)

6 MA-99 board

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2-3

2-3-4. Removal of Thermal Head


1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 2-2.)
2. Remove the front panel and power switch rod. (Refer
to Section 2-3-1.)
2 Screws (PSW 3x6)

1 Screw (BVTT 3x6)


2 Top chassis

3 Heat sink

1 Screw
(BVTT 3x6)
3
Spring
compression

1 Flat type wire (26 core)


Printing side

4 CN13

4 CN9
Contact

5 Head
assembly

1 Flat type wire


(30 core)

4 Thermal head

2-4

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2-4. Tightening the Screws

2 Screw (BVTT 3x6)


Top chassis

Push and then fix.


Portion A

Front side

1 Screw
(BVTT 3x6)
Mechanical chassis
Top chassis
Mechanical
chassis

Mechanical
chassis assembly
Gear bracket
assembly
Belt

Rear chassis
1 Screw (PSW 3x6)

n
Confirm that no clearance exists between the mechanical
chassis and top chassis.

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2 Screw (BVTT 3x6)

m
1. Be careful not to hold the gear bracket by hand when
installing screws 1 and 2.
2. Confirm that the belt tension is not loosened after
screw installation.

2-5

2-5. Installation of Fan Motor


n
Install the fan motor while paying the attention to the
direction of the harness with the surface, to which the fan
motor sticker is attached, down.
Screws (PTT 3x10)
Fan motor
MA-99 board

Top chassis

CN6

2-6

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Section 3
Electrical Alignment
[Equipment Required]
. Oscilloscope
. Digital voltmeter
. 10 steps signal generator
Tektronix 1410 or equivalents (For NTSC signal)
Tektronix 1411 or equivalents (For PAL signal)

3-1. AGC Adjustment


Machine condition for adjustment
. Input signal: 10 steps signal
. No monitor is connected.
. Set rear panel DIP switch 9 to up.
(AGC-ON)

Specification

Adjustments

TP5 (AMP IN)/MA-99 (C-3) Output waveform

AGC REF adjustment


1RV3/MA-99 (C-2)
AGC GAIN adjustment
1RV2/MA-99 (C-2)

Vs
MA-99

Procedure
1. Input a 10 steps signal and set DIP
switch != to DOWN. Adjust RV3 (AGC
REF) so that Vs is 700 mV.
2. Set DIP switch != to UP and adjust RV2
(AGC GAIN) so that Vs is 630 mV.

1RV3
1RV2

. Adjust so that Vs is 700 mV when AGC is ON


and 75 Z terminator is on.

TP5

. Adjust so that Vs is 630 mV when AGC is ON


and 75 Z terminator is off.

3-2. Video Level Adjustment


Machine condition for adjustment
. Input signal: 10 steps signal
. In case, monitor is not connected, set DIP
switch != on the rear panel to ON, if
connected, set to OFF.
. Adjust RV4 (AGC OFF CONT) using 10
steps signal input.

Specification

Adjustments

TP5 (AMP IN)/MA-99 (C-3) Output waveform

AGC OFF CONT


adjustment
1RV4/MA-99 (C-2)
MA-99

1.0 V

1RV4
TP5

Adjust so that video signal level is 1.0 V.

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3-1

3-3. Brightness and Contrast Adjustment


Machine condition for adjustment
. Input signal: 10 steps signal
. In case, monitor is not connected, set DIP
switch != on the rear panel to ON, if
connected, set to OFF.
. Set CONTRAST and BRIGHT knobs to
the center position on the front panel.

Specification

Adjustments

TP6 (AD IN)/MA-99 (B-3) Output waveform


TP7 (VRT)/MA-99 (B-3) Output voltage
TP8 (VRB)/MA-99 (B-3) Output voltage
10

C ADJ adjustment
1RV5/MA-99 (C-1)
B ADJ adjustment
1RV6/MA-99 (C-1)

VRT
(TP7)

9
8

MA-99

1RV5
1RV6

6
AD IN
(TP6)

5
4

TP7
TP8
TP6

3
2
1

VRB
(TP8)

RV6

2
1
0

VRB

Adjust RV6 so that mid voltage between 0 and


1 is equaled to the VRB voltage.
RV5

10
9
8

VRT

Adjust RV5 so that mid voltage between 9 and


10 is equaled to the VRT voltage.

3-2

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3-4. Head Voltage Adjustment


Machine condition for adjustment

Specification

. Input signal: nothing


. Set all DIP switches on the rear panel to
DOWN.
. Set each switch on the front panel to
NORM, STD, and POSI, respectively.
. Set the POWER switch to ON while
pressing the PRINT and COPY buttons.
. Press the PRINT button to print a stair
step pattern.

Adjustments
1RV502/ Switching
regulator
Switching Regulator
(on the right side panel)

1
RV502

Stair step
Main body

Adjust RV502 so that a smooth gradation is


obtained in 17 steps.

Front

3-5. Initialization of Print Count History


Machine condition for adjustment
. Set the POWER switch to ON while
pressing the PRINT, COPY, and FEED
buttons.

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Specification
Release the buttons when the buzzer sounds
three times. The initialization of print count
history is then completed (becomes zero in
sheet count).

Adjustments
Nothing

3-3

Section 4
Circuit Operation Description
Outline
The electrical circuit of UP-895 mainly consists of the following blocks.
* Video circuit
The input video signal is amplified using a video amplifier circuit to perform brightness, contrast, trap
filter, and AGC processing.
* A/D and D/A converters
The analog signal output from a video circuit is converted from analog to digital. The A/D-converted
data is converted from digital to analog to output it to the outside.
* Memory and head control G/A
Print data is fetched to frame memory (DRAM). Image data on the memory is also PWM-converted for
image processing and sent to the thermal head.
* CLK generator
This block generates the operation clock of memory and head control G/A.
* Frame memory (SDRAM)
This block memorizes print data.
* Motor drive
Each motor of a head, platen, and fan is driven according to the command from system control CPU.
* Sensor circuit
This block detects the sensor values of a head, paper, cutter, door, and head temperature.
* System control CPU
This block supervises and controls each block.

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4-1

SE board
MA-99 board
Sensor Paper

Head

Sensor Paper

Inner
SW

Sensor
KY board

FRONT PANEL

Door

Sensor

Sensor Paper

Sensor

Front
key

Paper
SE board

Platen

Fan

Motor

Motor
drive

Motor

motor
drive

Video
circuit

Video out
BNC

System
control
CPU
A/D

Motor
Head

Video in
BNC

D/A

Motor
drive

SU board
Buzzer

Selector

Memory
control
IC

SD-RAM

CLK
gene

Thermal
head

DIP-SW

EEPROM

Board
checker

TEMP

Electrical Block Diagram of UP-895

4-2

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4-1. Video Circuit


4-1-1. BNC Input Connector - Trap Filter Circuit
A composite video signal is input from the BNC connector (VIDEO IN) to the MA-99 board. 75 Z
termination is turned on and off using a DIP switch. After that, the input signal branches into three paths.
One is passed through a trap filter (FL1) for NTSC, and another is passed through a trap filter (FL2) for
PAL. The other is not processed at all. These signals are input to analog selector 1 (IC1). Each signal is
selected by a system control and input to video amplifier 1 (IC2).

4-1-2. nC-SYNC Generator Circuit


A nC-SYNC signal is generated from the SYNCOUT signal that is output from video amplifier 1 (IC2).
The nC-SYNC signal is also used in an AGC circuit.

4-1-3. AGC Circuit


The signal from an analog selector 1 (IC1) branches into two paths. One is input to video amplifier 1
(IC2), and the other is input to the AGC circuit for detecting the peak of a signal. The gain is controlled
by a contrast amplifier in video amplifier 1 (IC2). When an AGC function is set to ON, the peak voltage
of the input video signal obtained by the AGC circuit is controlled by a system control (IC304) so that it
is output from analog selector 2 (IC5). When it is set to OFF, the reference voltage is controlled by a
system control (IC304) so that it is output from analog selector 2 (IC5). The gain is controlled by
inputting the voltage to video amplifier 1 (IC2).

4-1-4. Brightness and Contrast Control


The video signal output from video amplifier 1 (IC2) is input through a buffer (Q220) to video amplifier 2
(IC6). For contrast control, the gain is controlled by inputting the voltage obtained using the volume on
the front panel to video amplifier 2 (IC6).
The video signal output from video amplifier 2 (IC6) is input through a low-pass filter to the brightness
control amplifier (Q7). For brightness control, the gain is controlled by inputting the voltage obtained
using the volume on the front panel to the brightness control amplifier (Q7).

4-1-5. A/D Conversion and D/A Conversion


The video signal output from video amplifier 2 (IC6) is converted into a digital signal using an A/D
converter and stored in memory by a memory and head control circuit.
The A/D-converted signal is converted into a video again using a D/A converter, and a sync signal is
added using analog selector 3 (EE signal). Moreover, the sync signal is sent to analog selector 4 and
output from the BNC connector (VIDEO OUT) to the outside. A relay (RY1) is used to switch THRUE
and EE signals and controlled by a system control.

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4-2. Clock Generator Circuit


A clock is generated by attaching a 23 MHz external oscillator (X500) to the clock generator circuit
(IC505). This clock is phase-adjusted at the falling edge of an H sync pulse (nINTOUT2) when fetching
a video signal. The noise contained in the clock signal generated at that time is eliminated by the internal
circuit of a memory and head control circuit (IC501) and a delay circuit (IC504). By using the clock
signal as a main clock, memory control is performed during image fetching.

nINTOUT2

DELAY
LINE

CLK
GENERATOR
IC

MEMORY
& HEAD
CONTROL
IC

CLKOUT

23M

nINTOUT2

CLKOUT
(Normal)
CLKOUT
(During image
fetching)

Phase adjustment

Phase adjustment

Clock Generator Circuit

4-3. Memory and Head Control Circuit


The memory and head control circuit (IC501) consists of the following blocks.
The operation in each block is determined by the serial data from a system control (IC304).
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)

4-4

Register for storing the serial data from system control (IC304)
Frame memory write and read control
Thermal head control
Sync signal processing circuit
Line memory (for calculation and print)
Sharpness calculation circuit
Thermal storage correction calculation circuit
Count correction calculation circuit
Image scaling calculation circuit

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4-3-1. Reading the Serial Data from System Control


There are eight types of data that a system control (IC304) sends to IC501. Registers for storing each
data exist respectively. The type of a register in which data is stored is selected by combination of high
and low levels of signals that are input to pins 11, 13, and 14 of IC501.
IC501-11pin

IC501-13pin

IC501-14pin

Register to be selected

Gamma data

Gamma data

Specifies the memory and print ranges.

Emphasizes the edge and sets the memory and print modes.

Count correction data

Sync signal processing parameter

Thermal history correction and other mode setting

Test pattern step width setting

4-3-2. Writing in Frame Memory


The next image data of one frame is written in the frame memory (IC503) when a fetch pulse is input
from a system control (IC304) to pin 1 of IC501. The UP-895 uses a 64M-SDRAM (one word is 8 bits)
as image memory. The sampling frequency is 23 MHz, and the memory space is 4096 x 2048.
FETCH

EXTV

ODD/EVEN

WE
Image fetching period

4-3-3. Transfer from Frame Memory to Line Memory


IC501 sets a COPYING signal to L so as to enter the print operation when a COPY pulse is input from
a system control (IC304) to pin 2 of IC501. To perform printing, the one-line data selected from frame
memory must be transferred to the head line memory in IC501. Data is transferred when a LINEPULS is
input to pin 15 of IC501. IC501 reads necessary print data from the frame memory in the order
corresponding to the print range and print direction specified by the mode setting from a system control.
Next, IC501 stores the print data in the head line memory after edge emphasizing, thermal history
correction, and interpolation.

4-3-4. Thermal Head Control and One-Line Memory


All thermal head controls are performed by IC501. Built-in head line memory is used when transferring
print data to the thermal head. For more details, refer to Section 4-5. Thermal Head Section.
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IC503

Block diagram of IC501

21

FRAME
MEMORY
8

89-92.95-98

99.101-104.106-110.112-114.117-120.122-125

167
VIDEO
CIRCUIT

A/D
CONVERTER

169
.
172

21

NEGA/POSI
FILTER

COPY
FETCHSTOP
COPYSTOP
FETCHING
COPYING
LINEPULS

EDGE
ENHANCEMENT 9
CALCULATION

176

FETCH

LINE
MEMORY

LINE
MEMORY
FRAME
MEMORY
CONTROL

2
3
4
15
18
19

FETCH
COPY
MODE
REGISTER
2

136

CLOCK
CONTROL

137

9 10 11 13 14

REGSEL0

CLK

CLKOUT

126 128

IC304

SERIAL TRANSFER

REGSEL1

CK01A

132

SI

CK01B

CLOCK
GEN.

135

EXT. SYNC
SIGNAL
PROCESS

REGSEL2

INTOUT2

22

RE

CSYNC

21

RLD

VF

SCK

EXTV

SYSTEM
CONTROL

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IC501
LINE
MEMORY

12

LINE
MEMORY

12
12

LINE
MEMORY

THERMAL HYSTERESIS
COMPENSATION
CALCULATION

LINE
MEMORY
8

16

INTERPOLATION
CALCULATION

16
LINE
MEMORY

16

LINE
MEMORY

DITHER
6
TEST
PATTERN
REGISTER

TEST
PATTERN
GENERATE

TEST MODE
SELECT
6

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COMMON
DROP
COMPENSATION
CALCULATION

THERMAL
HEAD
CONTROL

49
.
52

HDATA20

20

60
.
62

6x20

GAMMA
DATA
REGISTER

HDATA1

55
.
57

HEAD LINE
MEMORY

PWM
COMP.x20

45

THERMAL
HEAD

20
68

69
70
73

HCLK
STROBE
LATCH

4-7

4-4. System Control Section


The system control section mainly consists of a microcomputer (IC304) and performs the following
processing.

4-4-1. Reading of Keys


IC304 monitors the PRINT, OPEN/CLOSE, COPY, FEED, and REMOTE keys on the door panel. Each
key is activated when the falling edge of a signal is detected.
IC304

Signal name

73pin

nDOOR_KEY

74pin

nPRINT_KEY

75pin

nCOPY_KEY

76pin

nFEED_KEY

4-4-2. Reading of Function Switches


IC304 monitors the setting of a front slide switch, inner slide switches, and a rear DIP switch and reflects
its setting on the operation.
Front slide switch (on the front panel)
IC304

Function

Operation

80pin

POSI/NEGA

L:
H:

NEGA
POSI

1pin

STANDERD/SIDE

L:
H:

STANDARD
SIDE

79pin

PRINT SIZE

0.00 V:
1.25 V:
2.50 V:
3.75 V:
5.00 V:

SMALL
NORMAL
ZOOM1
ZOOM2
ZOOM1&2

Inner slide switches (S1 through S4)


IC304

Function

Operation

5pin

SMOOTH

L:
H:

2pin

SHARPNESS

0.00 V: NORMAL
2.50 V: SOFT
5.00 V: HARD

4pin

PAPER TYPE

0.00 V:
1.67 V:
3.33 V:
5.00 V:

3pin

GAMMA

0.00 V: TONE I
2.50 V: TONE II
5.00 V: TONE III

4-8

NORMAL
HIGH

TYPE I
TYPE II
TYPE III
TYPE IV

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Rear DIP switch (S300)


IC304-66, 69pin

Function

IC304-66, 69pin:SWDATA

SWSEL[3-0]

L (Default)

1INTERRUPT

ON

OFF

2POST FEED

ON

OFF

3ASPECT

4:3

1:1

4MEMORY

FRAME

FIELD

5DIRECTION

NORMAL

REVERS

6SCAN1

WIDE1

WIDE 2

7SCAN2

NORMAL

8THRUE/EE

THRUE

EE

9AGC

OFF

ON

0RESERVED

10

!-INPUT

B&W

COLOR

4-4-3. Platen Motor Control


A stepping motor for platen driving controls the forward and reverse rotation and rotation speed when a
system control (IC304) controls driving transistors (Q404 through Q407).
IC304

Signal line

State

22pin

PM1

23pin

PM2

24pin

PM3

25pin

PM4

Forward rotation

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Reverse rotation

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4-4-4. Head Up and Down Control


A head up/down DC motor is driven by its driving circuit (IC400). The DC motor can rotate in the
forward and reverse directions. It is controlled by a system control (IC304). The head also has three
positions. The head position is detected using optical head position sensors (photo-interrupters PH21 and
PH22) and read by a system control (IC304).
Operation of head up/down motor
Head motor

IC304-28pin

IC304-27pin

Operation

UP

Raises the head.

DOWN

Lowers the head.

STOP

Stop

Condition of head position sensor


Position

IC304-17pin

IC304-16pin

Condition

TOP

Unlocks the door.

MIDDLE

Wait (Usual)

BOTTOM

Print

4-4-5. Monitor of Door Sensor


The door position is detected using an optical door position sensor (photo-interrupter PH32) and read by a
system control (IC304).
Condition of door position sensor
Position

IC304-20pin

Condition

CLOSE

The door is closed.

OPEN

The door is open.

4-4-6. Monitor of Paper Sensor


Whether thermosensible paper is properly put in this unit is detected using two pairs of optical paper
sensors (phototransistors PH31 and PH12) and read by a system control (IC304).
Condition of paper sensor
IC304-18pin

IC304-19pin

Condition

Paper exists.

For except H

For except H

No paper

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4-4-7. Monitor of Head Temperature Sensor


The change in the resistance value of the thermistor inside a thermal head is converted into a voltage
using a head temperature detector circuit (IC401) and read by a system control (IC304). The voltage
value is converted from analog to digital. Density (gamma) correction, fan motor control for head
cooling, and head-in cleaning discrimination are performed according to the digital value.

4-4-8. Control of Head Fan Motor (for Head Cooling)


The head fan motor is operated when a system control (IC304) controls driving transistors (Q400 and
Q403). The head fan motor is turned on when the head temperature is more than approximately 50 dC or
during printing.
Operation of head fan motor
IC304-26 pin

Operation

OFF

ON

4-4-9. Control of Video Circuit Section


A system control (IC304) controls the video circuit section as shown in the table below.
IC304

I/O

Function

77pin

Switches THRUE and EE signals.

L: ON
H: OFF

59pin

Sets the trap filter to ON or OFF.

L: ON
H: OFF

60pin

Selects NTSC or PAL.

L: When an NTSC signal is input


H: When a PAL signal is input

53pin

Sets the AGC function to ON or OFF.

L: ON
H: OFF

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4-4-10. Control of Memory and Head Control Circuit


A system control transfers operation mode data in serial to the memory and head control circuit (IC501).
It then instructs the start and end of the fetch operation (that fetches a video signal to memory) and copy
operation (that feeds the memorized image to the head). The copy operation is carried out when the
COPY key is pressed. The fetch-to-copy operation is carried out when the PRINT key is pressed.
[Fetch mode]
nPRINT_KEY
nREGEN
Operation mode data
GADATA
DCLK
nFETCH

Transfer CLK

Capture start

nFETCHIN

During capture

nFETCHSTOP

Capture end

[Copy mode]
nCOPY_KEY
nREGEN
Operation mode data
GADATA
DCLK
nCOPY
nCOPYING
nCOPYSTOP

4-12

Transfer CLK
Copy start
During copy
Copy end

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4-4-11. Gamma Correction and Thermal Storage Correction


To correct the gamma fluctuations due to the temperature change in a head, a system control reads the
head temperature and transfers the gamma data for controlling the stair density to a memory and head
control circuit (IC501). The gamma data consists of 17 data (T0, and T1 through T16). Data T1 through T16
are transferred during print start. During printing, Tx is transferred at the falling edge of an
nPRNT_PULSE pulse in the first line, and T0 is transferred at the falling edge of an nPRNT_PULSE
pulse in the second line. If the first line is printed by T0, the change in color becomes insufficient.
Therefore, the fist line is printed by Tx obtained when T0 is corrected. The second or later lines are
printed by T0.
nCOPY_KEY
nCOPY
nINTV

Temperature read
T1 to T16
transfer

Gamma transfer

Tx
transfer

T0
transfer

4-4-12. Discrimination of Video Signal to be Input


A system control (IC304) discriminates a video signal by the signals below that are output from a
memory and head control circuit (IC501).
IC304

Signal line

Discrimination

21pin

nEXTV

V period is long:
V period is short:

52pin

Fixed in L or H:
Non-interlacing
L and H are repeated: Interlacing

PAL
NTSC

4-4-13. Remote Interface


A system control (IC304) accepts a signal when a low pulse of more than 100 msec is input to the remote
terminal (J300). After about 80 msec from the falling edge of the input pulse, the system control (IC304)
activates a BUSY signal. The BUSY signal is cleared after printing is completed.
nREMOTE_KEY

100 ms
Print end
80 ms

BUSY

4-4-14. Storage of Print Count History


A system control (IC304) stores the history of print count in EEPROM (IC305). The data is not erased
even if the power is turned off. Therefore, this makes it possible to monitor the history of print count
since shipping of products. This method can be displayed using the service person mode (self-diagnostic
function). Fore more details, refer to Section 6.
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4-5. Thermal Head Section


4-5-1. Structure
The thermal head consists of one-line 1280 dots (64 bits x 20). It includes the 20 pairs below.
(The DATA input is ten DATA [20:1], and other terminals are common.)
VH

R1

R2

R3

R64
Output-stage
transistor

5V

DR
BEO
STB
DATA[n]

D1

D2

D3

D64

Latch section

D1

D2

D3

D64

Shift register
section

CLK
Internal Circuit Configuration of Thermal Head (One-port)

Print data (64 data)


DATA
64CLK
CLK

STB
Head heat time
DR

BEO

Goes H during print start.


Timing Chart

4-14

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INTV
0

61

62

63

STB
T0

T1

T2

T3

T4

T61

T62

T63

64CLK
CLK
5.75 MHz
1st stair 2nd stair
DATA1-16

DATA

DATA

3rd stair 4th stair 5th stair


DATA

DATA

DATA

62nd stair 63th stair 64th stair


DATA

DATA

DATA

64 data is transferred to head 1 block.


In all, data is transferred in parallel to 20 blocks.
(64 data x 20 = 12800 data)
DR

Stair Generation

4-5-2. Basic Operation


Various signals are input from the memory and head control circuit (IC501) to the head. This section
describes the operation in only one block. (The operation in other blocks is also the same as described
above.)
(1) Print data (64 data) is input to the shift register section in synchronization with a clock.
(2) When a STB pulse is input, the data input in step (1) is moved from the shift register section to the
latch section.
(3) When a DR pulse is input, the output-stage transistors are turned on and off by the H and L data
in the latch section. The resistors then heat up and the thermosensitive paper changes color. The
amount of heat generated is controlled by changing the length of the DR pulse, so the color darkness
of the printing on thermosensitive paper can be changed.
n
The BEO terminal goes from L to H when starting the print and goes from H to L when print is
ended.

4-5-3. Stair Generation


As explained in the last section on basic operation, the darkness of the printing can be controlled using a
DR pulse, it is also possible to change the darkness by changing the H and L data input to the latch
section. The method is described below.
(1) One-line image data recorded in image memory SDRAM (IC503) is fetched to the line memory in
IC501 every print operation one line (nPRINT_PULSE) by controlling a memory and head control
circuit (IC501).
(2) The data fetched to the line memory is input to the stair generator circuit in IC501. The stair data
generator circuit outputs the 8-bit data fetched to the line memory as stair data 1 through 64. If 8-bit
data is 128, H data is output to the head in the 1st through 32nd stairs of data 1 through 16. L
data is output in the 33 rd and later stairs.
(3) The data output from the data generator circuit to the head is transferred to the shift register section of
the head in synchronization with the clock output from IC501.
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(4) When IC501 inputs STB pulse 1 to the head, the 1st stair data is transferred to the latch section and
the next 2nd stair data is input to the shift register section. At the same time, the DR pulse goes low,
and the H data input as the 1st stair data turns on the corresponding output-stage transistors to heat
up the resistors. The L data turns off the corresponding output-stage transistors so that the resistors
do not heat up.
This operation is carried out 1 through 64 times. If H data is sent 1 through 64 times, the resistors
generate heat at all times and the printing is the darkest possible. If H data is sent 1 through 32
times, the printing is an intermediate stair (gray). In such a way, the stair data with the number of
sending times corresponding to the size of the original 8-bit data is sent to the head, and the
intermediate stair is represented by the number of heat generation times in a heat generator.
(5) Thus, by controlling the time until the next data is transferred to the latch, the darkness of
intermediate stairs can be controlled. In other words, the darkness of each intermediate stair can be
changed by changing the STB intervals (T1, T2, T3, T4, T5 ... T64) shown in the figure.
In this unit, IC502 controls intervals T1 to T64 according to the characteristics of paper. This is
called a characteristic control.
(6) If the DR pulse is also controlled as described in 4-5-2. Basic Operation, finer stairs can be
expressed.
Portion 1 in the figure is generated when the T interval of a STB pulse is shorter than the
transmission time to the shift register.
Therefore, this unit provides the smooth expression of intermediate stairs by controlling the STB pulses
T interval and DR pulse.

4-5-4. Temperature Correction


As explained in 4-5-3. Stair Generation, intermediate stairs are expressed by controlling the STB
pulses T interval and DR pulse. However, the print energy required for thermosensitive paper varies
with the room temperature and with the heat generated by and stored in the printing head during
continuous printing. Correction is thus required.
In this unit, a system control (IC304) measures the temperature change of the head from the thermistor
incorporated into the thermal head and converts it into 8-bit head temperature data. Moreover, IC304
reflects it on the characteristic control of IC501 and corrects the density change for the temperature.
As in stair generation, IC501 performs the temperature correction by controlling the STB pulses T
interval and DR pulse. In other words, when the temperature rises, the STB pulses T interval and DR
pulse decrease. When the temperature falls, the STB pulses T interval and DR pulse increase.

4-5-5. Line Count Correction


The total current flowing through the head when all resistors of the head are turned on differs from the
case where they are turned on partially. Therefore, an error occurs in the energy applied to each resistor.
If printing operation is performed without correcting this error, as a result, there is a line on the print
where the number of resistors in which the head is turned on changes rapidly. This unit has IC501 that
incorporates this correction circuit.

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Section 5
Troubleshooting
5-1. Print is Faulty
START

Is video signal available at


TP5 (AD-IN) on MA-99 board?

NO

Peripheral circuits IC1, IC2 and Q200 on MA-99 board


are defective.

NO

Peripheral circuits IC6, Q6 and Q7 on MA-99 board are


defective.

YES

Is video signal available at


TP6 (AD-IN) on MA-99 board?

YES

Peripheral circuit IC500 on MA-99 board is defective.


Is video signal output from data bus
of IC500 on MA-99 board?

NO

YES

Pin 126 of IC501 on MA-99 board is defective.


Is signal available at
pin 14 of IC500 on MA-99 board?

NO

YES

IC501 and CN9 on MA-99 board are defective.


Is test pattern properly
printed in test mode?

NO

YES

Peripheral circuits IC501 and IC503 on MA-99 board


are defective.

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5-2. Print is Too Dark or Too Light


START

Is reference voltage
input to pin 2 of IC6 on MA-99 board
when CONTRAST is set to
center position?

NO

Peripheral circuits Q200 and Q16 on MA-99 board are


defective.

NO

Peripheral circuits Q16 and RV6 on MA-99 board are


defective.

YES

Is reference voltage
input to pin 5 of Q7 on MA-99 board
when BRIGHT is set to
center position?
YES

Is voltage
(approx. 1.5 to 2.5 V) available at
pin 6 of IC304 on MA-99 board when
head is at the normal
temperature?

NO

Peripheral circuit IC401 and pins 29 and 30 of CN9


on MA-99 board, or the thermistor in the head are
defective.

YES

Are required voltages available


at each terminal, 3 V at pin 19 of IC500 on
MA-99 board, and 1 V at pin
23 of IC500?

Peripheral circuit Q21 on MA-99 board is defective.


NO

YES

The head voltage or CN9 on MA-99 board is defective.


Is density of stair step printed
in test mode properly?

NO

YES

The data buses of IC500 and IC503 on MA-99 board


are defective.

5-2

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5-3. Paper Sensor is Out of Order


START

Is signal from sensor available at pin 5


of CN2 on MA-99 board?

NO

PH31 on SE-531 board or D11 on SE-532 board is


defective.

NO

LED on front panel or PH12 on SE-532 board is


defective.

YES

Is signal from sensor available at pin 6


of CN3 on MA-99 board?

YES

Pins 18 and 19 of IC304 on MA-99 board are defective.

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5-4. Head Operation (Up & Down) is Out of Order


START

IC400 and Q402 on MA-99 board are defective.


Does head motor operate?

NO

YES

Are signals from sensor


available at pins 2 and 3 of CN2
on MA-99 board?

NO

The head position sensors (PH21 and PH22) on SE-531


board are defective.

YES

Pins 16 and 17 of IC304 on MA-99 board are defective.

5-4

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5-5. Paper Feeding is Out of Order


START

Fuse F400 on MA-99 board is defective.


Is fuse F400 blown?

YES

NO

Are pulse signals input to


pins 1, 3, 11 and 13 of IC301
on MA-99 board?

NO

Pins 22, 23, 24 and 25 of IC304 on MA-99 board are


defective.

NO

Pins 2, 4, 10 and 12 of IC301 on MA-99 board are


defective.

NO

Peripheral circuits Q404 and Q407, and CN201 on


MA-99 board are defective.

YES

Are pulse signals input to


bases of Q404 through Q407
on MA-99 board?

YES

Is signal output from CN8


on MA-99 board?

YES

The platen motor is defective.

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5-6. Door (Opening and Closing) is Out of Order


START

PH32 or actuator on SE-531 board is defective.


Is signal input to pin 6 of CN2
on MA-99 board?

NO

YES

Pin 20 of IC304 on MA-99 board is defective.

5-6

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Section 6
Service Mode (Self-diagnostic Function)
Turn on the power while pressing and holding the PRINT and COPY keys. Release the keys when the
buzzer sounds after about two seconds. The service mode is then entered.

6-1

Printing the Test Pattern

Set the POSI/ENGA switch to POSI (no print can be performed when this switch is set to NEGA). Stair
step and Gray are available as a test pattern for printing.
1 Press the PRINT key. Print the stair step pattern.
2 Press the COPY key. Print the gray pattern.
For the gray pattern, the concentration of gray can be selected from 100 %
white to 100 % black in five steps using the PRINT SIZE switch.

100 % white
Intermediate gray

100 % black

Stair step

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Gray

6-1

6-2. Up/Down Operation of Head


Set the POSI/NEGA switch to NEGA (a test pattern is printed when this switch is set to POSI). The
PRINT key is used as the head DOWN key, and the COPY key as the head UP key. The head can be put
in the TOP, MIDDLE (home), or BOTTOM position. It can be moved up and down using the PRINT/
COPY key.
TOP (Door unlocked)

PRINT key

COPY key

MIDDLE (Home)

PRINT key

COPY key

BOTTOM (Print)

6-3. Feed Operation


Press the FEED key. The stepping motor then starts and the platen rotates. The service mode can also be
operated with the door opened. Moreover, the forward and reverse rotations can be switched using the
POSI/NEGA switch. (The platen rotates in the delivery direction when the switch is set to POSI. The
platen rotates in the retracting direction when it is set to NEGA.)

6-2

UP-895/(E)

6-4. Display and Clearing of Print Sheet History


1 Display of print sheet history
Set the PRINT SIZE switch to SML (SMALL mode). Next, press the PRINT key to print the stair
step shown in the figure below. One step indicates 10,000 sheets of paper. The white line position
indicates the sheet of paper that has been printed. The sheet of print paper can be displayed in the
range of 0 to 150,000. The sheet of print paper exceeding 150,000 is displayed as 150,000.

150,000 sheets of
paper (maximum)

The sheet of paper printed


is about 85,000 when the
white line is in this position.

10,000 sheets of
paper per step

Zero sheet of paper

2 Clearing of print sheet history


In the power off state, turn on the power with the PRINT, COPY, and FEED keys pressed.

UP-895/(E)

6-3

Index

Section 7
Semiconductor Pin Assignments
The following describes the semiconductor types used in
this unit.
For semiconductors marked with page numbers in the
index, refer to the corresponding pages in this section.
However, in some cases incompatible types are also listed,
therefore, when a part is to be replaced, also refer to the
Spare Parts section.
In addition, for semiconductors with ID Nos., refer to the
separate CD-ROM titled Semiconductor Pin Assignments
(Sony Part No. 9-968-546-xx) that allows searching for
parts by semiconductor type or ID No.
The semiconductors in the manual or on the CD-ROM are
listed by equivalent types. Thus the external view or the
index mark indication may differ from the actual type.
Pin assignments and block diagrams are based on the IC
manufacturers data book.
DIODE

Page or ID No.

10E-2 ............................................................................... DA001-01


10E-2FD ........................................................................... DA001-01
1S2836 ............................................................................. DC001-02
1S2836-T1 ....................................................................... DC001-02
1SS302 ............................................................................ DC001-01
1SS302-TE85L ................................................................ DC001-01

IC
BA7655AF-E2 ................................................................. BA7655AF
CXD1171M .................................................................... CXD1171M
CXD1171M-TH .............................................................. CXD1171M
CXD8932Q ..................................................................... CXD8932Q

LED

DS1000Z-100 ............................................................ DS1000M-100


DS1000Z-100(TE2) ................................................... DS1000M-100

GL-520 ............................................................................. LR008-01

HA11465A ....................................................................... HA11465A

TRANSISTOR

LM358PS ............................................................................ LM358N


LM358PSR .......................................................................... LM358N

Page or ID No.

2SA1162G ....................................................................... TC001-01


2SA812-T1-M5M6 ............................................................ TC001-01
2SC1623-L5L6 ................................................................. TC001-02
2SC1623-T1-L5L6 ........................................................... TC001-02
2SD992-Z ......................................................................... TR031-05
2SD992-Z-E2 ................................................................... TR031-05
2SD999-CLCK ................................................................. TC002-02
2SD999-T1-CLCK ............................................................ TC002-02

M24C02-MN6T ........................................................................... 7-2


M54543L ........................................................................... M54543L
MB40C568HPF-ER ........................................... MB40C568HPF-ER
MB81F64842D-102FN ................................................................ 7-2
MC14053BF ................................................................... CD4053BE
MC14053BFEL .............................................................. CD4053BE

DTC124EKA-T146 ........................................................... TC001-03

NJM2234M ..................................................................... NJM2234M


NJM2234M(TE2) ............................................................ NJM2234M
NJM7812FA .............................................................. NJM78M05FA

PT493F ............................................................................ TR037-01


PT501A ............................................................................ TR006-02
XN4402-(TX) ....................................................................
XN4501 ............................................................................
XN4501-TW .....................................................................
XN4601 ............................................................................
XN4601-TW .....................................................................

TC006-05
TC005-01
TC005-01
TC006-06
TC006-06

PQ3RF33 ......................................................................... PQ05RF1


PST600DMT-T1 ................................................................ PST600D
RPI-5100 ............................................................................ RPI5100
SN74HC14ANS ........................................................... TC74HC14P
SN74HC14ANSR ......................................................... TC74HC14P
SN74HC251ANSR ..................................................... TC74HC251P

OTHER
RPI-352 ........................................................................... MR010-07

UP-895/(E)

TC74VHC174FT(EL) ................................................. TC74HC174P


TC7S00FU(TE85R) .......................................................... TC7S00F
TC7S14FU(TE85R) ....................................................... TC7S14FU

7-1

IC

[|IC|]
M24C02-MN6T
M24C02-MN6T (THOMSON)
2K-BIT SERIAL BUS EEPROM
TOP VIEW

E0 1

8 VCC

E1 2

E2 3

6 SCL

GND 4

5 SDA

WC

INPUTS
E0 - E2 : CHIP ENABLE
SCL
: SERIAL CLOCK
: WRITE CONTROL
WC
INPUT/OUTPUT
SDA
: SERIAL DATA ADDRESS

MB81F64842D-102FN
MB81F64842D-102FN (FUJITSU)
64M (4 x 2097152 x 8) -BIT SDRAM
TOP VIEW
VCC 1

54 GND

DQ0 2

53 DQ7

VCC 3

52 GND
51 NC

NC 4
DQ1 5

50 DQ6

GND 6

49 VCC

NC 7

48 NC

DQ2 8

47 DQ5

VCC 9

46 GND

NC 10

45 NC

DQ3 11

INPUTS/OUTPUTS
DQ0 - DQ7

: DATA

OTHER
NC

: NO CONNECTION

44 DQ4

GND 12

43 VCC

NC 13

42 NC

VCC 14

41 GND

NC 15

40 NC

WE 16

39 DQM

CAS 17

38 CLK

RAS 18

37 CKE

CS 19

36 NC

A13 (BA0) 20

35 A11

A12 (BA1) 21

34 A9

A10/AP 22

33 A8

A0 23

32 A7

A1 24

31 A6

A2 25

30 A5

A3 26

29 A4

VCC 27

28 GND

PIN
NO.

I/O

SIGNAL

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I
I
I

VCC
DQ0
VCC
NC
DQ1
GND
NC
DQ2
VCC
NC
DQ3
GND
NC
VCC
NC

7-2

INPUTS
A0 - A11
: ADDRESS
A12 (BA1), A13 (BA0) : BANK SELECT (BANK ADDRESS)
AP
: AUTO PRECHARGE ENABLE
: COLUMN ADDRESS STROBE
CAS
CKE
: CLOCK ENABLE
CLK
: CLOCK
: CHIP SELECT
CS
DQM
: DQ MASK
: ROW ADDRESS STROBE
RAS
: WRITE ENABLE
WE

WE
CAS
RAS

PIN
NO.

I/O

SIGNAL

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I

I
I
I
I
I
I
I

CS
A13 (BA0)
A12 (BA1)
A10/AP
A0
A1
A2
A3
VCC
GND
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A11
NC

PIN
NO.

I/O

SIGNAL

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

I
I
I

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

CKE
CLK
DQM
NC
GND
NC
VCC
DQ4
NC
GND
DQ5
NC
VCC
DQ6
NC
GND
DQ7
GND

UP-895/(E)

Section 8
Spare Parts
8-1. Notes on Repair Parts
1. Safety Related Components Warning
w
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of
replacement.
2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts commonality and improvement.
Parts list has the present standardized repair parts.
3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with o at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.
4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
In need of repair, get components shown in the list and
repair using them.

UP-895/(E)

8-1

Front Panel and Switching Regulator

8-2. Exploded Views


13

14

13

8
14
C
D
A

14

13
11
14
13

3
A
BTP 3x8

13

BVTT
3x6

5
B

BVTT
3x6

N6

LW6

9
D

10

BVTT
3x6
PS 3x6

12
BVTT
3x6

PS 3x6

12
BVTT 3x6
BVTT 3x6

No.

Part No.

1
2
3
4

A-8323-913-A
1-418-820-11
1-468-456-12
3-175-740-01

5
6
7
8
9

8-2

SP Description

MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MA-99


PANEL UNIT, FRONT
REGULATOR, SWITCHING
TERMINAL
[for UP-895MD(UC,SY), UP-895CE(CE)]
3-179-847-01 o LABEL(NORTHERN EUROPE),CAUTION
[for UP-895CE(CE), UP-895MD(SY)]
3-187-313-21
3-623-875-02
3-623-889-01
3-623-894-02

o
s
s
o

No.

Part No.

SP Description

10
11
12

3-623-912-03
3-623-912-13
3-623-912-23
3-623-919-01
3-734-866-01

13
14

4-034-937-01 s SCREW (M3X8), TAPPING


(ST)
4-886-821-11 s SCREW,M3X6 CASE (SILVER)

s
s
s
o
s

PANEL,DOOR [for UP-895(J,UC)]


PANEL,DOOR [for UP-895MD(J,UC,SY)]
PANEL,DOOR [for UP-895CE(CE)]
STOPPER,ROD
FOOT

o
s
o
o

BUTTON, POWER
SCREW,STEP
TOP COVER
PANEL,REAR
[for UP-895CE(CE), UP-895MD(UC,SY)]
3-623-894-12 o PANEL,REAR
[for UP-895(J,UC), UP-895MD(J)]

UP-895/(E)

Head Block

PTT 3x10

104

BVTT 3x6

TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN3

114
105

BVTT 3x6

BVTT 3x6

PSW
3x6

111
113

115
TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN13

109

102

101

TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN9

110

112
106
108

107

103

No.

Part No.

101
102
103
104
105

A-8323-915-A
X-3605-752-1
1-251-855-11
1-763-007-21
1-792-200-11

o
o
s
o
o

MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, KY-454


ASSY,PAPER TRAY
HEAD, THERMAL (LVE6413SS)
FAN, DC (OPTION)
WIRE, FLAT TYPE (8 CORE)

106
107
108
109
110

1-792-201-11
1-792-202-11
1-960-221-11
3-623-867-02
3-623-890-01

o
o
o
o
s

WIRE, FLAT TYPE (26 CORE)


WIRE, FLAT TYPE (30 CORE)
HARNESS, SUB (3P)
SEAT,SWITCH
HEAT SINK

UP-895/(E)

SP Description

No.

Part No.

111
112
113
114
115

3-623-899-01
3-623-908-02
3-623-924-02
3-624-816-01
4-926-219-02

SP Description
s
s
o
s
s

SPRING,COMPRESSION
COVOR,SWITCH
SHAFT,HEAD FULCRUM
STOPPER,ROLL
RING (DIA.2.3), RETAINING

8-3

Inner Chassis Block

203

217

208

212 222

222

205
209

221

210

220

207

215

214
211

202
206
213

219

216

215

218
204

201
BVTT 3x6

No.

Part No.

201
202
203
204
205

A-8323-917-A
X-3605-674-2
X-3605-675-1
3-187-312-02
3-623-873-01

o
s
s
s
s

206
207
208
209
210

3-623-879-01
3-623-880-01
3-623-881-01
3-623-891-01
3-623-892-01

s
s
s
s
s

8-4

SP Description

No.

Part No.

SP Description

MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-532


ASSY,INNER CHASSIS
ASSY,CUTTER
HOLDER (P), LED
SPACER,INNER SHAFT(POM)

211
212
213
214
215

3-623-893-02
3-623-900-01
3-623-902-01
3-623-903-01
3-623-904-01

s
s
o
s
s

PULLY,PLATEN
ROLLER,TENTION
SHAFT,INNER
BEARING,INNER SHAFT(POM)
BEARING,PLATEN(PLASTIC)

BELT,110TN10-4.0K(PUR)
IDLE GEAR PULLY
GEAR PULLY 2
SPRING,DOOR OPEN
RING,RETAINING

216
217
218
219
220

3-623-909-02
3-626-685-01
3-689-205-02
3-703-357-07
3-719-381-01

s
s
s
s
s

PLATEN
SPRING,CUTTER
HOLDER (A), LED
PIN PARALLEL (1.6X10) (STEEL)
SCREW +P M2X4 (ZNBK)(LOCK )

221
222

3-973-975-31 s DAMPER, OIL


4-926-219-02 s RING (DIA.2.3), RETAINING

UP-895/(E)

Rear Chassis Block

309
317
319

324

310
316
320
324
314
322
318
317
320

324

309

315

BVTT 3x6

321

311
BVTT 3x6

PS
3x6

PS 3x6

TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN2

301
BVTT 3x6

313
BVTT
3x6

306
BVTT
3x6

312

323

307

303
305

No.

Part No.

301
302
303
304
305

A-8323-916-A
X-3605-682-1
1-541-309-11
1-676-696-11
1-698-928-22

o
s
s
o
s

306
307
308
309
310

1-960-220-11
1-960-222-11
3-613-740-01
3-613-781-01
3-623-868-01

o
o
s
s
o

UP-895/(E)

SP Description

TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN7

308

TO
MA-99 BOARD
CN8

302

304

No.

Part No.

SP Description

MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-531


MOTOR ASSY
MOTOR,(RF-370C)(DC)(2.59W)
PRINTED WIRING BOARD, SU-52
MOTOR, STEPPING

311
312
313
314
315

3-623-886-02
3-623-910-01
3-623-922-01
3-623-925-02
3-623-926-02

o
s
o
s
s

CHASSIS,REAR
LEVER,DOOR SENSOR
COVER,FULCRUM PLATE
GEAR,HEAD DRIVE
PULLY,HEAD DRIVE

HARNESS, SUB (6P)


HARNESS, SUB (2P)
SPRING,HELICAL TORSION A
COVER,CENTER SHAFT
COVER,GEAR

316
317
318
319
320

3-623-927-01
3-623-928-02
3-623-929-01
3-623-930-01
3-623-931-02

s
s
o
o
s

CAM,PRESS ROLLER
CAM,HEAD
SHAFT,DRIVE GEAR
SHAFT,HEAD CAM
BEARING,REAR(POM)

321
322
323
324

3-623-932-01
3-623-933-01
3-683-773-04
3-703-357-07

s
s
s
s

BELT,70TN10-3.5(PUR)
FIN,HEAD SENSOR
GEAR,PAPER MOTOR
PIN PARALLEL (1.6X10) (STEEL)

8-5

Arm Assy and Gear Bracket Block

413

403

404

414

417
411
405

412

415

408
410
407

PSW 3x6

406

BVTT 3x6

416

402
417
409

401
408

No.

Part No.

401
402
403
404
405

X-3605-671-2
X-3605-672-2
X-3605-673-1
3-623-869-01
3-623-870-01

o
o
s
o
o

406
407
408
409
410

3-623-877-01
3-623-878-01
3-623-885-01
3-623-900-01
3-623-913-01

s
s
s
s
s

8-6

SP Description

No.

Part No.

SP Description

ASSY,MECHA CHASSIS
ASSY,GEAR BRACKET
ARM ASSY
LEVER(L),HEAD UP
LEVER(R),HEAD UP

411
412
413
414
415

3-623-920-01
3-623-921-01
3-624-785-01
3-624-786-01
3-624-917-01

GEAR PULLY 1
BELT,140TN10-3.0K(PUR)
BEARING,ARM(POM)
ROLLER,TENTION
ROLLER,GUIDE

416
417

3-624-974-01 s SPRING,EXTENSION
4-926-219-02 s RING (DIA.2.3), RETAINING

s
s
s
s
s

SPRING,HEAD PUSH L
SPRING,HEAD PUSH R
SPRING,EXTENSION
SPRING,EXTENSION
SPRING,EXTENSION

UP-895/(E)

8-3. Electrical Parts List


-----------KY-454 BOARD
-----------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

----------MA-99 BOARD
----------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

1pc

A-8323-915-A o MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, KY-454

1pc

A-8323-913-A o MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MA-99

C1
C2
C3
C4
C5

1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11

BZ400

1-529-080-11 s BUZZER,PIEZOELECTRIC

CN1
CN2

1-568-164-11 s CONNECTOR,FPC 8P
1-580-056-21 o PIN,CONNECTOR 3P

C2
C3
C4
C5
C6

1-126-925-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-921-11
1-135-145-11
1-104-664-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/10V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 0.47MF/35V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

R1
R2
R3
R4
R5

1-216-061-00
1-216-061-00
1-216-061-00
1-216-061-00
1-216-061-00

C7
C8
C9
C10
C11

1-126-962-11
1-164-156-11
1-163-220-11
1-162-907-11
1-162-910-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAP,ELECT 3.3MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CHIP CERAMIC 3.0PF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 2PF/50V(CK)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 5PF/50V 1608

R6
R7
R8

1-216-061-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)


1-216-061-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)
1-216-061-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)

C12
C13
C14
C15
C16

1-104-664-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-910-11
1-162-910-11
1-162-923-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 5PF/50V 1608
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 5PF/50V 1608
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH

S1
S2
S3
S4

1-572-487-21
1-571-506-41
1-571-506-41
1-571-275-31

C23
C24
C25
C26
C27

1-162-970-11
1-162-966-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-921-11
1-126-962-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 2200PF/50V B
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAP,ELECT 3.3MF/50V

C28
C29
C30
C31
C32

1-126-964-11
1-104-664-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-664-11
1-162-966-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V


CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 2200PF/50V B

C33
C34
C35
C36
C44

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-664-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

F
F
F
F

C46
C47
C56
C57
C60

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-960-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V

F
F
F
F

C62
C100
C101
C102
C103

1-126-925-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/10V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V

C104
C107
C108
C109
C200

1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-925-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V


CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/10V

C201
C202
C203
C204
C205

1-164-156-11
1-126-941-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-925-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/10V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C206
C207
C208
C209
C210

1-126-941-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-925-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/10V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/25V

UP-895/(E)

s
s
s
s
s

s
s
s
s
s

s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)

SWITCH, SLIDE (1-1-4)


SWITCH,SLIDE (1-1-3)
SWITCH,SLIDE (1-1-3)
SWITCH,SLIDE (1-1-2)

8-7

(MA-99 BOARD)

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

C211
C220
C221
C222
C223

1-164-156-11
1-127-675-11
1-126-964-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-966-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 22MF B
CAPACITOR, ELECT 10MF/50V
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 2200PF/50V B

C406
C407
C409
C431
C432

1-164-156-11
1-104-664-11
1-125-817-11
1-162-970-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C224
C225
C226
C235
C300

1-162-970-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-962-11
1-104-664-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAP,ELECT 3.3MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C433
C500
C501
C502
C503

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

C301
C302
C303
C304
C305

1-164-156-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC

0.1MF/25V F
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B

C504
C505
C506
C507
C508

1-164-156-11
1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C306
C307
C310
C311
C312

1-162-916-11
1-162-916-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

12PF/50V CH
12PF/50V CH
0.1MF/25V F
0.1MF/25V F
0.1MF/25V F

C509
C510
C511
C512
C513

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

C313
C314
C315
C316
C317

1-164-156-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR CERAMIC

0.1MF/25V F
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B
0.01MF/25V B

C514
C515
C516
C517
C518

1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C318
C319
C320
C321
C322

1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR

0.01MF/25V
0.01MF/25V
0.01MF/25V
0.01MF/25V
0.01MF/25V

C519
C520
C521
C522
C523

1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-921-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C323
C324
C325
C326
C327

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-125-817-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V

C524
C525
C526
C527
C528

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

C328
C329
C330
C331
C332

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

F
F
F
F
F

C529
C530
C531
C532
C533

1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C333
C334
C335
C336
C337

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

F
F
F
F
F

C535
C536
C537
C539
C540

1-162-919-11
1-162-919-11
1-164-156-11
1-125-817-11
1-125-817-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V

C338
C339
C340
C341
C350

1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-125-817-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V

C541
C542
C543
C544
C545

1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-970-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V


CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C351
C352
C360
C361
C362

1-164-156-11
1-164-227-11
1-164-156-11
1-125-817-11
1-162-970-11

s
s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C548

1-164-156-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F

C401
C403
C404
C405

1-104-664-11
1-125-817-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-227-11

s
s
s
s

CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V


CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5
CN6

1-695-408-11
1-506-472-11
1-751-022-11
1-564-005-11
1-770-469-21

CN7
CN8

1-564-002-11 s PIN, CONNECTOR 3P


1-564-005-11 o PIN, CONNECTOR 6P

8-8

CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC

B
B
B
B
B

s
s
s
o
o

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

F
F
F
F
F

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

F
F
F
F
F

0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V

F
F
F
F
F

SOCKET, CONNECTOR FPC (11P)


PIN,CONNECTOR 7P
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 8P (FPC)
PIN, CONNECTOR 6P
PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P

UP-895/(E)

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

CN9
CN10
CN11
CN13
CN14

1-565-473-11
1-691-431-11
1-564-004-11
1-764-781-11
1-569-536-11

o
s
o
o
s

HOUSING,CONNECTOR 30P
CONNECTOR ASSY, BNC
PIN, CONNECTOR 5P
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 26P
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 7P

IC5
IC6
IC200
IC201
IC300

8-759-009-07
8-759-196-69
8-759-473-67
8-759-701-79
8-759-278-46

s
s
s
s
s

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

MC14053BF
BA7655AF-E2
PQ3RF33
NJM7812FA
PST600DMT (T1)

D2
D5
D300
D301
D302

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302

IC301
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC305

8-759-925-80
8-759-270-25
8-759-270-25
8-759-660-62
8-759-672-80

s
s
s
s
s

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

SN74HC14ANS
SN74HC251ANSR
SN74HC251ANSR
HD6473657F-UP895-VER1.0
M24C02-MN6T(A)

D303
D304
D305
D306
D307

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302

IC400
IC401
IC430
IC431
IC500

8-759-600-24
8-759-983-69
8-759-058-54
8-759-257-96
8-759-528-24

s
s
s
s
s

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

M54543L
LM358PS
TC7S00FU-TE85R
TC7S14FU (TE85R)
MB40C568HPF-ER

D308
D309
D310
D311
D312

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302

IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC505

8-759-644-67
8-752-334-64
8-759-650-92
8-759-359-12
8-759-287-50

s
s
s
s
s

IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

CXD9113AR
CXD1171M
MB81F64842D-102FN
DS1000Z-100
CXD8932Q

D313
D314
D315
D316
D317

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302

IC506

8-759-524-21 s IC TC74VHC174FT(EL)

J300

1-507-967-11 s JACK

D318
D319
D320
D321
D322

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
1SS302

L2
L3
L5
L6
L7

1-410-369-11
1-410-369-11
1-410-391-11
1-410-391-11
1-408-765-21

s
s
s
s
s

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR

1.0UH (3225)
1.0UH (3225)
68UH (3225)
68UH (3225)
1UH (4532)

D323
D324
D325
D400
D401

8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-820-41
8-719-200-02
8-719-104-34

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1SS302
1SS302
1SS302
10E2 (RECTI)
1S2836

L101
L302
L303
L304
L305

1-408-765-21
1-408-775-21
1-408-775-21
1-408-777-00
1-408-765-21

s
s
s
s
s

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR

1UH (4532)
6.8UH (4532)
6.8UH (4532)
10UH (4532)
1UH (4532)

D402
D403
D404
D405
D406

8-719-104-34
8-719-104-34
8-719-104-34
8-719-820-41
8-719-104-34

s
s
s
s
s

DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE

1S2836
1S2836
1S2836
1SS302
1S2836

L306
L307
L308
L309
L310

1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21

s
s
s
s
s

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR

1UH
1UH
1UH
1UH
1UH

D407
D408
D600

8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836


8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302

L311
L400
L403
L500
L501

1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21
1-408-765-21
1-408-769-41
1-408-769-41

s
s
s
s
s

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR

1UH (4532)
1UH (4532)
1UH (4532)
2.2UH
2.2UH

Q1
Q2
Q5
Q6
Q7

8-729-901-00
8-729-120-28
8-729-216-22
8-729-402-81
8-729-402-84

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

DTC124EK
2SC1623-L5L6
2SA1162-G
XN4501
XN4601

Q8
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14

8-729-120-28
8-729-120-28
8-729-402-84
8-729-035-96
8-729-402-81

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

2SC1623-L5L6
2SC1623-L5L6
XN4601
XN4402-(TX)
XN4501

Q16
Q17
Q21
Q40
Q41

8-729-402-84
8-729-402-84
8-729-402-81
8-729-120-28
8-729-901-00

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

XN4601
XN4601
XN4501
2SC1623-L5L6
DTC124EK

F400

1-532-777-51 s FUSE MICRO 1.25A/125V

FB200
FB201
FB202
FB203
FB204

1-410-397-21
1-410-397-21
1-410-397-21
1-410-397-21
1-410-397-21

FB205

1-410-397-21 s FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR

FL1
FL2
FL3
FL4

1-760-578-11
1-579-348-11
1-414-760-21
1-414-760-21

IC1
IC2
IC4

8-759-710-07 s IC NJM2234M
8-759-304-10 s IC HA11465A
8-759-983-69 s IC LM358PS

UP-895/(E)

s
s
s
s
s

s
s
s
s

FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE

BEAD
BEAD
BEAD
BEAD
BEAD

INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR

FILTER, CERAMIC
FILTER,CERAMIC
INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)

(4532)
(4532)
(4532)
(4532)
(4532)

8-9

(MA-99 BOARD)

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

Q50
Q51
Q52
Q54
Q173

8-729-402-81
8-729-216-22
8-729-216-22
8-729-216-22
8-729-035-96

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

XN4501
2SA1162-G
2SA1162-G
2SA1162-G
XN4402-(TX)

R65
R66
R67
R68
R69

1-216-829-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-837-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-826-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 4.7K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W 1608

Q174
Q200
Q220
Q221
Q300

8-729-035-96
8-729-140-75
8-729-402-81
8-729-120-28
8-729-901-00

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

XN4402-(TX)
2SD999-CLOCK
XN4501
2SC1623-L5L6
DTC124EK

R70
R71
R72
R74
R75

1-216-833-11
1-218-879-11
1-216-830-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

Q301
Q400
Q401
Q402
Q403

8-729-901-00
8-729-140-75
8-729-120-28
8-729-140-75
8-729-017-80

s
s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

DTC124EK
2SD999-CLOCK
2SC1623-L5L6
2SD999-CLOCK
2SD992-Z

R76
R97
R98
R101
R103

1-216-831-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-834-11
1-216-824-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

Q404
Q405
Q406
Q407

8-729-017-80
8-729-017-80
8-729-017-80
8-729-017-80

s
s
s
s

TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR

2SD992-Z
2SD992-Z
2SD992-Z
2SD992-Z

R104
R123
R124
R125
R127

1-216-843-11
1-218-845-11
1-218-847-11
1-218-833-11
1-216-864-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 68K 1/16W (1608)


RESISTOR,CHIP 820 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 270 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1608)

R1
R2
R4
R5
R6

1-216-811-11
1-216-811-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-831-11
1-216-834-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 4.7K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R128
R130
R131
R132
R133

1-216-864-11
1-216-824-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-818-11
1-218-861-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1608)


RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 3.9K 1/16W(1608)

R7
R8
R9
R18
R19

1-216-809-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-803-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R150
R155
R156
R157
R158

1-216-833-11
1-216-832-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-815-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R21
R22
R23
R24
R25

1-216-821-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-844-11
1-216-819-11
1-216-829-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)


RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 82K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 4.7K 1/16W 1608

R159
R160
R161
R162
R163

1-216-823-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-830-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W


RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R26
R30
R31
R32
R33

1-216-833-11
1-216-812-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-828-11
1-216-812-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 180 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 180 1/16W 1608

R164
R167
R168
R173
R174

1-216-821-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-803-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R34
R35
R36
R37
R38

1-216-817-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-803-11
1-216-825-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 33 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R175
R176
R177
R180
R181

1-216-821-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-295-91
1-414-760-21
1-216-864-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)


RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 0 (1/10W)
INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1608)

R39
R40
R41
R42
R43

1-216-819-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-811-11
1-216-811-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608

R200
R220
R221
R222
R223

1-216-343-00
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-856-11
1-218-871-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,METAL FILM 0.33/1W


RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 820K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R53
R56
R57
R58
R59

1-216-803-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R224
R225
R226
R227
R228

1-216-833-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-803-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K 1/16W 1608


2.2K 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
33 1/16W 1608

R60
R61
R62
R63
R64

1-216-856-11
1-218-871-11
1-218-871-11
1-216-803-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 820K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 33 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R229
R230
R231
R232

1-218-871-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-819-11

s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K 1/16W (1608)


1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
680 1/16W 1608

8-10

100 1/16W 1608


10K 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
100 1/16W 1608
33 1/16W 1608

33 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
2.2K 1/16W 1608
10K 1/16W 1608

10K 1/16W 1608


22K 1/16W (1608)
5.6K 1/16W 1608
100K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W 1608

10K 1/16W 1608


8.2K 1/16W 1608
2.2K 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
330 1/16W 1608

1.0K 1/16W(1608)
330 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
33 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)

UP-895/(E)

(MA-99 BOARD)

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

R233
R234
R235
R236
R237

1-216-803-11
1-216-819-11
1-216-822-11
1-216-803-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 33 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 33 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R371
R372
R373
R374
R375

1-216-827-11
1-414-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608


MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R238
R239
R240
R300
R302

1-216-826-11
1-216-803-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-815-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

2.7K 1/16W 1608


33 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W 1608
330 1/16W 1608

R376
R377
R378
R379
R380

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R303
R304
R305
R306
R307

1-216-833-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K
330
10K
10K
10K

R381
R382
R383
R384
R385

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

R308
R310
R311
R312
R313

1-216-833-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-824-11
1-216-857-11
1-216-827-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0M 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R386
R387
R388
R389
R390

1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K

1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)

R314
R315
R316
R317
R318

1-216-827-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-827-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R391
R392
R393
R394
R395

1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K

1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)

R319
R320
R321
R322
R323

1-216-827-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608

R396
R397
R398
R400
R401

1-216-821-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)


RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R324
R325
R326
R329
R330

1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R402
R403
R404
R405
R406

1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 560


RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K

R332
R334
R335
R336
R337

1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R407
R408
R409
R410
R411

1-220-238-11
1-220-238-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-824-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/4W (3225)


RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/4W (3225)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

R338
R339
R340
R341
R342

1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R412
R413
R414
R415
R416

1-216-821-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)


RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R343
R354
R355
R356
R357

1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R417
R418
R419
R420
R421

1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-218-861-11
1-218-875-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 3.9K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W (1608)

R362
R363
R364
R365
R366

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R423
R424
R425
R426
R427

1-218-895-11
1-218-899-11
1-218-879-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R367
R368
R369
R370

1-216-827-11
1-216-813-11
1-414-813-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R430
R431
R432
R501

1-216-815-11
1-216-837-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

UP-895/(E)

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K
3.3K

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)

100K 1/16W(1608)
150K 1/16W(1608)
22K 1/16W (1608)
0 1/16W (1608)
0 1/16W (1608)

8-11

(MA-99 BOARD)

(MA-99 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

R502
R503
R504
R505
R506

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R565
R566
R567
R568
R569

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R507
R508
R509
R510
R511

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R570
R571
R572
R573
R574

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R512
R513
R514
R515
R516

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R575
R576
R577
R578
R579

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R517
R518
R519
R520
R521

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R580
R581
R582
R583
R584

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R522
R524
R525
R526
R527

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R585
R586
R587
R588
R589

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R528
R529
R530
R531
R532

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R590
R591
R592
R593
R594

1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

100
100
100
100
100

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

R533
R534
R535
R536
R537

1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R595
R596
R597

1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608


1-216-864-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1608)
1-216-864-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1608)

R538
R539
R540
R541
R542

1-218-843-11
1-211-983-11
1-218-833-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W (1608)


RESISTOR,CHIP 39 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 270 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

RV2
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6

1-241-178-21
1-238-087-11
1-238-090-11
1-238-090-11
1-241-092-11

RY1

1-515-614-11 s RELAY (12V)

R543
R544
R545
R546
R547

1-216-827-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

3.3K 1/16W 1608


220 1/16W 1608
220 1/16W 1608
220 1/16W 1608
220 1/16W 1608

S300

1-762-299-11 s SWITCH, DIP (PIANO TYPE)

X300
X500

1-767-464-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL


1-767-425-21 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

R548
R549
R550
R552
R554

1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,

CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP

220
220
220
220
220

R555
R556
R557
R558
R559

1-216-809-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R560
R561
R563
R564

1-216-813-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-857-11
1-216-857-11

s
s
s
s

RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608


RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0M 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0M 1/16W 1608

8-12

1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR ADJ
RESISTOR ADJ
RESISTOR,ADJ
RESISTOR,ADJ
RESISTOR,ADJ

4.7K (CERMET)
1K (CERMET)
10K (CERMET)
10K (CERMET)
1K (CERMENT)(3MM)

1608
1608
1608
1608
1608

UP-895/(E)

-----------SE-531 BOARD
-----------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

----------SU-52 BOARD
----------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

SP Description

SP Description

1pc

A-8323-916-A o MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-531

1pc

1-676-696-11 o PRINTED WIRING BOARD, SU-52

CN31

1-573-806-21 s PIN,CONNECTOR (6P)(SMD)(1.5MM)

CN41

1-770-160-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR (SMT) 2P

PH21
PH22
PH31
PH32

8-719-052-69
8-719-052-69
8-719-988-59
8-749-010-50

s
s
s
s

PHOTO
PHOTO
PHOTO
PHOTO

R21
R22
R23
R24
R31

1-216-073-00
1-216-029-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-029-00
1-216-029-00

s
s
s
s
s

RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP

R32

1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

-----------SE-532 BOARD
-----------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.

INTERRUPTER RPI-352
INTERRUPTER RPI-352
TRANSISTOR PT501A
INTERUPTER RPI-5100
10K
150
10K
150
150

1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)
1/10W(2012)

SP Description

1pc
1pc
1pc

A-8323-917-A o MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-532


3-689-205-02 s HOLDER (A), LED
3-187-312-02 s HOLDER (P), LED

C11
C12

1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V


1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

CN11

1-580-056-21 o PIN,CONNECTOR 3P

D11

8-719-945-20 s LED GL-520

PH12

8-729-019-26 s TRANSISTOR PT493F

R11
R12

1-216-023-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/10W(2012)


1-216-047-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 820 1/10W(2125)

UP-895/(E)

8-13

----FRAME
----Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc

SP Description

1-251-855-11
1-418-820-11
1-468-456-12
1-541-309-11
1-698-928-22

s
s
s
s
s

HEAD, THERMAL (LVE6413SS)


PANEL UNIT, FRONT
REGULATOR, SWITCHING
MOTOR,(RF-370C)(DC)(2.59W)
MOTOR, STEPPING

1-763-007-21
1-792-200-11
1-792-201-11
1-792-202-11

o
o
o
o

FAN, DC (OPTION)
WIRE, FLAT TYPE (8 CORE)
WIRE, FLAT TYPE (26 CORE)
WIRE, FLAT TYPE (30 CORE)

HN001
1-960-220-11 o
(TO CN2/MA-99 BOARD)
1-569-200-11 o
6pcs 1-569-193-21 o
(TO CN31/SE-531 BOARD)
1-565-978-11 o
6pcs 1-565-977-11 s
HN002
1-960-221-11 o
(TO CN2/KY-454 BOARD)
1-569-618-11 o
3pcs 1-565-977-11 s
(TO CN11/SE-532 BOARD)
1-569-618-11 o
3pcs 1-565-977-11 s
HN003
1-960-222-11 o
(TO CN7/MA-99 BOARD)
1-569-196-11 o
2pcs 1-569-193-21 o
(TO CN41/SU-52 BOARD)
1-562-644-11 s
2pcs 1-562-643-11 o

8-14

---------------------------------------PACKING MATERIALS & SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES


---------------------------------------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
1pc

1-534-827-14 s CORD, POWER (3P)(UL/CSA)


[UP-895(UC)]
1-551-475-31 s 3C2V 1.5M CABLE
[UP-895(J,UC)]
[UP-895CE(CE)]
[UP-895MD(J,UC)]

1pc

HARNESS, SUB (6P)

1pc
1pc
1pc

!
!
!

1-551-631-22 s POWER-SUPPLY CORD (IEC)


[UP-895CE(CE)]
1-575-703-12 s CORD, POWER [UP-895MD(J)]
1-783-954-11 s CORD, POWER [UP-895MD(UC)]
1-791-041-11 s CORD SET, POWER (3P)
[UP-895(J)]

HOUSING, CONNECTOR 7P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS

1pc

HOUSING, CONNECTOR 6P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS
HARNESS, SUB (3P)

1pc
1pc
1pc

1pc

1-793-461-11 o PLUG, CONVERSION (3P-2P)


[UP-895(J),UP-895MD(J)]
3-623-865-01 s SHEET,HEAD CLEANING (ACLYLIC)
3-624-867-01 o LABEL,MEDIA
3-868-286-01 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION

HOUSING, CONNECTOR 3P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS
HOUSING, CONNECTOR 3P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS
HARNESS, SUB (2P)
HOUSING, CONNECTOR 3P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS
SOCKET, CONNECTOR 2P
TERMINAL, SOLDERLESS

UP-895/(E)

Overall (1/2)

Overall (1/2)

Section 9
Block Diagram
+5V

+5V

MA-99(1/2)

+5V
2

+5V

+15V

VH_EN

POWER LED

HDB

X1

X2
13

AD[7-0]

X500
23MHz

132
129
2/2

NT/PAL

2/2

nTRAP

TO SERECTOR2(IC5)

2/2

nAGC

TO RELAY DRIVE(Q1)

2/2

THRUE/EE

PULSE
nCSYNC

PH32
DOOR SENSOR

IC401
AMP

13
X2

VF

nEXTV

DCLK
GADATA

REGSEL[2-0]
nREGLD
REGEN

nCOPY

nGARESET
nFETCH

I4
I5
I6

IC305
EEPROM

SL304
15
14
13
12

I2

I0
I1

1
I3

I7

PSENS1_TR

4
6

IC400
HEAD
MORTOR
DRIVE

3
7

HMOTOR1
1
HMOROR2
3

1
2

CN41

BUZZER

12
4
10
2

Q404.Q405
Q406.Q407
PLATTEN
MORTOR
DRIVE

B
2
nA
3
nB
4
A
5

CN8
FAN

STEPPING MOTOR
FOR PLATTEN

26

44

BUSY

nREMOTE_KEY

IC301
74HC14
INVERTOR

FAN+
2
FAN1
CN6

IC300
RESET
GENERATOR

DC FAN MOTOR
(OPTION)

BZ400
Q301
LED
DRIVE

IC431,IC430,Q401
BUZZER
DRIVE

1
2

BUZZER

2/2

TO 75Z(R1,R2)

TERMINATION

AGC
RESERVED
INPUT

DIRECTION
SCAN1
SCAN2
THRUE/EE

13
3
11
1

Q400,Q403
FAN
MORTOR
DRIVE

J300

INTERRUPT
POST FEED
ASPECT
MEMORY

24
23
25
22

SL303
SL302
SL301
SL300

TERMINATION

S300
DIP-SW

28
27

3
2

18
20
22
24

I4
I5
I6
I7
15
14
13
12
10
12
14
16

I0

4
3
2
1
2
4
6
8

I1
I2
I3

DSENS

SE-531

MODE
CLK
DATA

IC303
SELECTOR

IC302
SELECTOR

CN2

OUT

7-11
A3-0

HSENS2_TR
3

OUT

A3-0

PH22
HEAD SENSOR 2

7-11

HSENS1_TR

PM3
PM2
PM4
PM1

71

66-69

+5V
PH21
HEAD SENSOR 1

nCOPYSTOP
nCOPYING
nINTV
nPRINT_PULSE

34
35
36
37
38
39
40
51
47
46,41,48
42
13
56
58
52
21

77
53
59
60
50
THRUE/EE_OUT

nAGC
nTRAP
NT/PAL
nCSYNC

1
80
79
73
76
75
74

SCIDI
SCIDO
nRTS
nCTS

70

63
64
61
62

nRESET

DIN
DOUT
nRTS
nCTS

CN5

SU-52

+5V

CN31

29
49

CN7

ROMMODE
ROMCLK
ROMDATA

KY-454

PH31
PAPER
SENSOR1

VH_EN
BEO

HSENS1
HSENS2
DSENS
PSENS1

30
32
31

CN1

CLK
nSTB
nLATCH
BEO
TH1
TH2

CN9

HMOTOR1
HMOROR2

SWDATA

4
5
2
3

10
7

DC MOTOR
FOR HEAD

65

20
18
4

X300
10MHz

IC304
SYSTEM CONTROL
CPU

IC506
D-FF

28
7
8
5

SHARPNESS

16
17

13
4

nSTB
HCLK
nLATCH

BEO
6
TH1
29
TH2
30

D[20-1]
70
69
73
126

HEADTEMP

CN3

HD[20-1]

CLKOUT

PSENS2
SMOOTH
PAPER
GAMMA

SWSEL[3-0]

1
S3
PAPER
2
4
1
S2
GAMMA
2
3
1
S1
2
SHARPNESS
3
4

19
5
4
3
2

PAPER
GAMMA
SHARPNESS

14

S4
SMOOTH

+5V
PSENS2_TR
SMOOTH

nSTB
HCLK
nLATCH

+5V
6
PSENS2_TR
7

THERMAL
HEAD

12

CN2
1
2

STD/SIDE
POSI/NEGA
PRINT SIZE
nDOOR_KEY
nFEED_KEY
nCOPY_KEY
nPRINT_KEY

72
ALARM_LED

+5V

D11
PAPER
SENSOR1
6
7
2
3
4
5

+21V
26

X1

Q300
LED
DRIVE

FRONT PANEL

SE-532

14

IC501
MEMORY&HEAD
CONTROLOR

CN11

1
CN11

CN12

+5V

PH12
PAPER
SENSOR2

+21V
13

45-68

1
OUT
IN
REGURATOR

HD[20-1]

PSENS2_D
PAPER
SENSOR2

IC201
3

CN13

nFETCHSTOP
nFETCHING
nPRINT
nPRINTSTOP
nPRINTING
nINTV
nLINE_PULSE
REGSEL[2-0]
nREGLD
nREGEN
REGCLK
DATAIN
ODD/EVEN
nVD

ALARM LED

AD[7-0]
CLKOUT

nFETCHSTOP
nFETCHING

S
STD
1.5
2.0

176-167
126
146
135

nPRINT_KEY
nCOPY_KEY
nFEED_KEY
nDOOR_KEY
STD/SIDE
POSI/NEGA
PRINT SIZE
ALARM_LED

+12V

5
6

8
7
6
9
2
3
4
10

nCLEAR
nFETCH

POSI/NEGA

1
3
18
2
4
19
20
15
14,13,11
9
8
7
10
22
21

STD/SIDE

INTOUT2
INTOUT1

TO SERECTOR1(IC1)
DOOR

+15V

117-102
101,99
89-98
122
120
125
119
119
124
118

nCSYNC

ADDRESS[9-0]
ADDRESS[13-12]

2/2

POWER
SUPPLY

+15V

SDRAM

10
137
CKO1A
136
CKO1B

TO SYNC GENERATOR(Q40)
FEED

UP-895/(E)

IC503

HDA

COPY

PRINT
SIZE

IC505
CLK
GENERATOR

XTID
10

nCS
CLKE
CLK

TAP3

nCS
CLKE
CLK

PULSE

35

REGURATOR

D[7-0]
nRAS
nCAS
DQM
nWE

2/2

TAP4

IC200
2
OUT
IN

18
17
39
16
19
37
38

CLKOUT

TO D/A CONVERTOR(IC502)

32

DATA[7-0]
nRAS
nCAS
DQM
nWE

2/2
2/2

IC504
DELAY
LINE

A[11-0]
A[13-12]

TO CONTRAST CIRCUIT(Q200,Q17)

35-22
20,21

2/2

CKO1A
CKO1B

CONTRAST

1
23

TO BRIGHT CIRCUIT(Q16)

12

PRINT

2/2

IN

CONTRAST

BRIGHT

BRIGHT

+3V

POWER_LED
1
BRIGHT-H
5
BRIGHT-C
6
BRIGHT-L
7
CONTRAST-H
2
CONTRAST-C
3
CONTRAST-L
4
CN14
TO A/D CONVERTOR(IC500)

MA-99(1/2)

REMOTE JACK

OVERALL (1/2)
9-1

9-1

Overall (2/2)

Overall (2/2)

MA-99(2/2)

11-4
IC1

D[7-0]

10

VIDEO IN

Q220

IC2
VIDEO AMP 1

15
VIN

1
IN

CNTROUT

IC6
VIDEO AMP 2

BUFFER

Q6

L2,L3

Q7

VIN
AMP

LPF

AMP
IC500
A/D CONV

Q13
PEDESTAL
CLAMP

FL2,Q52

Q14
INTEGRATION
CIRCUIT

Q200
CONTRAST
GENERATOR

TRAP FILTER
3
IC4
VIDEO
AMP

Q11,Q12
CLAMP PULSE
GENERATOR
1 6

RV2
GAIN
ADJUST

RV6
BRIGHT
ADJUST

Q17
AMP

VRT
VTB

14
CLK

CLKOUT
1/2
TO MEMORY&HEAD CONTROLOR(IC501)

Q16
AMP
Q21
REFERENCE
GENERATOR

12
13

14
RV5
CONTRAST
ADJUST

5
RV3
REF
ADJUST

19
23

AMP
R1,R2
75Z

CNTR

SELECTOR1
2

FL1,Q51
TRAP FILTER
Q50

VCC

11
SYNCOUT

CLT

3
3

AD[7-0]
1/2
TO MEMORY&HEAD CONTROLOR(IC501)

21

OUT

IC5(1/3)
SELECTOR2

AGC CIRCUIT

1/2

BRIGHT-C

BRIGHT-H
BRIGHT-L

TO SYSTEM CONTROLOR(IC304)
NT/PAL
1/2
nTRAP
1/2
nCSYNC
1/2
nAGC
1/2

CONTRAST-H
CONTRAST-L

TO DIP-SW(S300)

CONTRAST-C

RV4
AGC OFF
ADJUST

Q40
SYNC
GENERATOR

1/2

TERMINATION

CONTRAST

1/2

BRIGHT

TO FRONT PANEL(CN14)

RY1
8
7

5
6

Q174
HSYNC GENERATOR
10

10

GND

VIDEO-OUT

IC5(1/3)
2
1

15

8-1
Q173

SELECTOR4

20

VOUT

D[7-0]

AMP
SELECTOR3

IC502
D/A CONV

CN10

CLK
16
REF
Q1
RELAY
DRIVE

THRUE/EE

BLK

12
9
PULSE
1/2
TO MEMORY&HEAD CONTROLOR(IC501)

1/2

TO SYSCON(IC304)
R538,R539,R540
REFERENCE
GENERATOR

MA-99(2/2)

OVERALL (2/2)
9-2

9-2

UP-895/(E)

Section 10
Schematic Diagrams and Board Layouts
1

10-1

UP-895/(E)

10-1
E

Frame

Frame

1
CN11
3P

A11

R11
82

+5V
PSENS2_TR
GND

R12
820

1
2
3

1
2
3

+5V
PSENS2_TR
GND

1
2
3

!
POWER
SUPPLY

CN11

D11
GL-520
C11
0.1

PH12
PT493F

C12
0.1
SL11

LND11

+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
HEAD_EN
+15V
GND_U
+5V
GND_D

SE-532

13
12
11
10
9

13
12
11
10
9

8
7
6
5
4

8
7
6
5
4

3
2
1

3
2
1

10
9
8
7
6

8
9
10

HEAD_EN
+15V
GND_U
+5V
GND_D

5
4
3
2
1

13

5V
C4
0.1

R6
3.3k

S3
SLIDE SW

BRIGHT-C
BRIGHT-L

1
2
3

R7
3.3k

18
19
20

FRONT
PANEL
5V

1
2
3
CN2
3P

1
2
3

+5V
STD/SIDE

1
PSENS1_D
PSENS2_TR
GND

C3
0.1

R4
3.3k

S2
SLIDE SW

R5
3.3k

1
2
3
CN2

+5V
PSENS2_TR
GND

2
3

POSI/NEGA
PRINT SIZE
PSENS2_TR
nFEED_KEY
nCOPY_KEY

LND1
SL1

GND01

nDOOR_KEY
ALARM_LED
GND

LND2
5V

R1
3.3k

1
2
3
4
5
6

3
4
5
6

3
4
5
6

POWER_LED
CONTRUST-H
CONTRUST-C
CONTRUST-L
BRIGHT-H
BRIGHT-C

7
BRIGHT-L

1
2

1
2

3
4

3
4

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

nPRINT_KEY

S1
SLIDE SW

1
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

9
10

9
10

+5V
STD/SIDE

1
2

POSI/NEGA
PRINT SIZE

PSENS2_D
nFEED_KEY
nCOPY_KEY
nPRINT_KEY
nDOOR_KEY
ALARM_LED

11

11
GND

4
5
6
7

C2
0.1

24
25
26

+21V
+21V
+21V

GND

2
3
4

VDD
GND
VDD

5
6

nLATCH
BEO

7
8
9

nSTB
HCLK
HD1

10

HD2

11
12
13
14

HD3
HD4
HD5
HD6

MA-99

15
16

HD7
HD8

17
18
19

HD9
HD10
HD11

20
21

HD12
HD13

22
23
24

5V

R2
3.3k

21
22
23

+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V

8
9
10
11
CN1

1
2

+5V
IN_SW1

IN_SW2
IN_SW3
IN_SW4

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3

3
4
5

IN_SW2
IN_SW3
IN_SW4

4
5

4
5

PRENS1_D
PSENS2_TR
GND

6
7
8

6
7

+5V
PSENS2_TR

6
7
8

6
7
8

+5V
IN_SW1

R3
3.3k

C1
0.1

KY-454

CN1
8P

8
CN1

1
2
3

GND

+5V
IN_SW1
IN_SW2
IN_SW3
IN_SW4
PSENS1_D
PSENS2_TR

2
3
4
5
6

2
3
4

7
8
9

7
8
9

10
11

10
11

12
13

12
13

14
15

14

GND
GND
GND
GND

5
6

16
17

15
16
17

18
19
20
21

18
19
20
21

22
23

22
23

24
25
26

24

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V

25
26

+21V
+21V

HD14
HD15
HD16

1
2

3
4

THERMAL
HEAD

GND
VDD
GND
VDD

5
6
7

5
6
7
8

8
9

10
11
12
13

10
11
12
13
14

14
15
16
17

15
16
17
18
19

18
19
20
21
22

20
21
22
23
24

23
24

25
26

1
2

25
26

HD17
HD18

3
4
5

27
28

HD19
HD20

27
28
29

29
30

TH2
TH1

30

6
7

GND
GND
GND

CN13

CN14

1
2

GND
GND
GND
GND
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V

14
15
16
17

HN002

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

11
12

POWER_LED
CONTRUST-H
CONTRUST-C
CONTRUST-L
BRIGHT-H

GND
GND

+21V
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H

R8
3.3k

3
4
5
6
7

13
12
11

CN12

GND
GND

+21V
+21V
+21V

5V

S4
SLIDE SW

1
2

25
26
27
28

nLATCH
BEO
nSTB
HCLK
HD1
HD2
HD3
HD4
HD5
HD6
HD7
HD8
HD9
HD10
HD11
HD12
HD13
HD14
HD15
HD16
HD17
HD18
HD19
HD20

29
30

TH2
TH1

CN9

GND

CN3

C5
0.1

HN003

5V

5V

5V

R22
150
1/10W

PH21
RPI-352

R21
10k
1/10W
2

CO
4

CA

E
GND01

5V

PH22
RPI-352

PSENS_TR
DSENS
GND

3
2
1

6
5
4
3

HSENS2_TR
PSENS1_TR

2
1

DSENS
GND

+5V
HSENS1_TR

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

+5V
HSENS1_TR
HSENS2_TR
PSENS1_TR
DSENS
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CN2

R23
10k
1/10W
SL21

6
5
4

CN31 CN31
6P

5V

R24
150
1/10W

+5V
HSENS1_TR
HSENS2_TR

HN001
LND21

CO
4

CA

HMOTOR1
2

1
2

HMOTOR1
HMOROR2

MOTOR1

MOTER2

2
CN41 CN41
2P

HMOROR2

SU-52
1
2
3
4
5

+V

2
3
4
5

2
3
4
5

B
nA
nB
A
+V

+V
B
nA
nB
A
+V

M
STEPPING MOTOR
FOR PLATTEN

5V
R31
150

R32
10K

PH32
RPI-5100

1
PH31
PT501A
1
2

FAN+
FAN-

1
2

FAN+
FAN-

1
2

CN6

SE-531
DC FAN MOTOR
(OPTION)

10-2
A

CN7

6
CN8

5V

1
2
3

10-2

FRAME
UP-895/(E)

KY-454, SE-531, SE-532, SU-52

R6

C2

SL21

R7

CN2

LND21

C1
S3

#PC00022 #PC00024

C3

R24

PH21

#PC00026

PH22

R23

C4

R21
#PC00023 #PC00036
R22

CN1

R8

S4

C5

#PC00027 #PC00035

SL1 LND1

KY-454, SE-531, SE-532, SU-52

#PC00002 #PC00007
#PC00008

R31
R32

R5

S2

R4

#PC00025
#PC00027 #PC00026

PH31

LND2

R3

KY-454 -A SIDESUFFIX: -11

#PC00006

R2

S1

#PC00028

R1

CN31

PH32

SE-531 -A SIDE-

SE-531 -B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

SUFFIX: -11

KY-454 -B SIDESUFFIX: -11

SL11
CN11
LND11

#PC00010
#PC00012
#PC00011

CN41

C11
R11

PH12

C12

D11

R12

#PC00005
#PC00004

UP-895/(E)

#PC00003

SE-532 -A SIDE-

SE-532 -B SIDE-

SU-52 -A SIDE-

SU-52 -B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

SUFFIX: -11

SUFFIX: -11

SUFFIX: -11

10-3

10-3

MA-99 (1/5)

MA-99 (1/5)

R304
330

R305
10k

R306
10k

R307
10k

R308
10k

1
3

1
3

1
3

1
3

C361
10
6.3V

R302
330

R340
10k

C360 0.1

D310
1SS302-TE85L

D311
1SS302-TE85L

R311
1.8k

L309
1H

D312
1SS302-TE85L

R310
470

D313
1SS302-TE85L

nRESET

5V

D314
1SS302-TE85L

D315
1SS302-TE85L

C350
10
6.3V

D304
1SS302-TE85L

D303
1SS302-TE85L

D302
1SS302-TE85L

D301
1SS302-TE85L

D300
1SS302-TE85L

C351 0.1
TP300
'NM

D316
1SS302-TE85L

D318
1SS302-TE85L

D309
1SS302-TE85L

L305
1H

D317
1SS302-TE85L

L310
1H

D308
1SS302-TE85L

D307
1SS302-TE85L

D305
1SS302-TE85L

D306
1SS302-TE85L

R300
10k

5V
R341
10k

5V

5V

CN1
CL300

L311
1H

CL320
R379
100

LND2
SL305
X300

LED

CL327
L308
1H

Q300
DTC124EKA-T146

R312 1M

12
13
14
15

4
5
6
7

1
2
3
4

VCC
D4
D5
D6
D7
A
B
C
D3
D2
D1
D0
Y
W
nG
GND

C325 0.1

VCC
D4
D5
D6
D7
A
B
C

C324 0.1

C327
10
6.3V

D3
D2
D1
D0
Y
W
nG
GND
3

3
2
1
0
RB
RK

1/5
1/5

D
A3

TERMINATION

R339 10k

R338 10k

R337 10k

R336 10k

R335 10k

R334 10k

R332 10k

R330 10k

R329 10k

R326 10k

R325 10k

R324 10k

R323 10k

R322 10k

R321 10k

R320 10k

4/5

S300

_A3

SEL_A3_NOT
SEL_A3

CL328
R386
1k
R387
1k
R388
1k
R389
1k
R390
1k
R391
1k
R392
1k
R393
1k
R394
1k
R395
1k
R396
1k

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

A3
A2
A1
A0
D

15
14
13
12
11

24
22
20
CL331
18
CL332
16
CL333
14
CL334
12
CL335
10
CL336
8
CL337
6
CL338
4
CL339
2
CL329
CL330

23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1

-4

SL300
SL301
SL302
SL303

C341 0.1

C340 0.1

C339 0.1

C338 0.1

C337 0.1

C336 0.1

C335 0.1

C334 0.1

C333 0.1

SL304

C332 0.1

R354 R355 R356 R357


10k 10k 10k 10k

C331 0.1

CSYNC
ANALOG_BUS

FEED
COPY
PRINT
DOOR
LED

GAD

R363
100

R362
100

R364
100

TH/EE_OUT

65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

PM3
PM2
PM1
nEXTV
DS
PS2
PS1
HS2
HS1
Vcc
nRESET
OSC2
OSC1
Vss
X1
X2
TEST
AVss
TEMP
IN_SW1
IN_SW2
IN_SW3
IN_SW4
SIDE

BUZZER
BEO

IC303
SN74HC251

5V

C328 0.1

R365
100
R366
100

R398
330

GA_BUS

11
10
9
8

P/N
SIZE

TRAP
N/P

3/5,4/5
4/5

EXTV
TP307
'NM

AGC

4/5

INTV
TP306
'NM

EXTV

INTV

IC305
M24C02-MN6T

GACK

R342
10k
R343
10k

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

1
2
3

SYSTEM CONTROLOR
nGARESET
nFETCH
nFETCHSTOP
nFETCHING
nCOPY
nCOPYSTOP
nCOPYING

C330 0.1

RESET
FETCH
FETCHSTOP
FETCHING
COPY
COPYSTOP
COPYING

C329 0.1

2/5
3/5

IC302
SN74HC251

NEGA
SIZE
AVcc
TH/EE_O
nFEEDKEY
nCOPYKEY
nPRINTKEY
nDOORKEY
nLED
nRMTBSY
nRMTKEY
SEL_A3
SEL_A2
SEL_A1
SEL_A0
SEL_D

IC304
HD6473657F-UP895

INTV
VF

5V

RS0
PP
RS2

R397
100

3/5

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3

VCC
MODE
SDA
SCL

SIDE

41 REGSEL1
42 REGLD
43 REGEN
44 BUZZER
45
46 REGSEL0
47 PRTPRS
48 REGSEL2
49 BEO
50 nCSYNC
51 nINTV
52 VF
53 nAGC
54 Vss
55 Vcc
56 GACLK
57 TESTPIN
58 GADATA
59 nTRAP
60 NTSC/PAL
61 RTS
62 CTS
63 RXD
64 TXD

FAN
H1
H2

PM4
FAN
HM2
HM1
VH_EN
ROMMODE
ROMDATA
ROMCLK

RS1
RLD
RE

9 10 11 12 13 14

B2

MOTOR BUS
HEAD_EN

E0
E1
E2
VSS

PS2

B1
4

IC301
SN74HC14ANSR

2/5
5/5

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

R319
3.3k
R318
3.3k
R317
3.3k

VCC
A6
Y6
A5
Y5
A4
Y4

2
4
5

SEL_A3
SEL_A3_NOT

1/5
1/5

2
A2

A1
Y1
A2
Y2
A3
Y3
GND

5V

2/5

R316
3.3k
R315
3.3k

R314
3.3k
R313
3.3k

A1

5V
1

5V
HEAD_TEMP

C326 0.1

EXTV

C362 0.01

DS

PS1
HS2
HS1

3
2
1

4
5V

C323 0.1

A0
A1
A2

C307
12p

A0
A1
A2

C306
12p

CL325
L307
1H

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

_A3

3/5,5/5

CL323
R378
100

5V
C321 0.01

C305 0.01

C304 0.01

C303 0.01

C302 0.01

CN3

CL317
R380
100

C322 0.01

R382
100

CL322

CL315

R381
100

C320 0.01

CN2
7P

PS2

CL319

CL313
L306
1H

FEED
COPY
PRINT
DOOR

C319 0.01

C300
47
25V

CL310
R383
100

R374
220

CL316

R384
100

C318 0.01

CL326

R375
220

CL314

CL306

C316 0.01

C301
0.1

R376
220

CL312

+5V
STD/SDE
POSI/NEGA
PRINT_SIXE
PSENS2_D
FEED_KEY
COPY_KEY
PRINT_KEY
DOOR_KEY
ALARM_LED
GND

CL303
R385
100

C315 0.01

CL309

1
2
3
4

C314 0.01

CL324

CL308

R377
220

R303
10k

1
PS1
DS

CL305

SIDE
P/N
SIZE

C313 0.1

CL307

IC300
PST600DMT-T1

C312 0.1

PSENS1_TR
DSENS
GND

CL321

HS1
HS2

CL304

CL302

+5V
IN_SW1
IN_SW2
IN_SW3
IN_SW4
+5V
PSENS2_TR
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

C311 0.1

CL301

C310 0.1

+5V
HSENS1_TR
HSENS2_TR

C317 0.01

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

TEST
5V

TP305
'NM

RTS
CTS
RXD
TXD

TEST

5V

R367
3.3k

RK

TEST

3
2

CL343
CL344
CL345
CL346

J300
D323
1SS302-TE85L

+5V
RTS
CTS
RXD
TXD
GND

1
3

D321
1SS302-TE85L

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
3

D320
1SS302-TE85L

D322
1SS302-TE85L

3
2
1

LND301

RTS
CTS
RXD
TXD

R372

L303
6.8H

CL340
CL341
CL342

D319
1SS302-TE85L

R368
220

R370
100

LND302
L304
10H

R373
100

C352
1000p

RB
R371
3.3k
Q301
DTC124EKA-T146

MA-99 (1/5)

B-CEPX112-MA99-S
2

D325
2 1SS302-TE85L

D324
1SS302-TE85L

LND1

10-4
A

L302
6.8H

5V

5/5

CN5

R369

10-4

UP-895/(E)

MA-99 (2/5)

MA-99 (2/5)

F400/125V/1.25A
15V

!
D400
10E-2

F400
Q400
2SD999-T1-CLCK

FAN+
FAN-

5
4

1
2

Q403
2SD992-Z-E2

R430
330

Q401
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

C433
0.1

C432
0.1

C431
0.01

D405
1SS302-TE85L

2
R410
10k

R411
1.8k

R403
560

D401
1S2836-T1

D402
1S2836-T1

D403
1S2836-T1

Q404
2SD992-Z-E2

Q405
2SD992-Z-E2

Q406
2SD992-Z-E2

C401
47
25V

R406
1k

R402
560

R409
1k

IC430
TC7S00FU-TE85R

IC400
M54543L

R405
1k

BZ400 B

5V-3

IC431
TC7S14FU-TE85R

CN6
2P

2
1

R432
3.3k

R401
560

R431
22k

R400
560

Q402
2SD999-T1-CLCK

R404
2.2k

R408
10

R407
10

D404
1S2836-T1

Q407
2SD992-Z-E2

D406
1S2836-T1

2
1

D407
1S2836-T1

2
1

-3

-3

HMOTOR1
N.C
HMOTOR2

1
2
3

CN7
CN8

+V(RED)
B(ORANGE)
A(BROWN)
B(YELLOW)
A(BLACK)
+V(RED)

1
2
3
4
5
6

WHITE

R417
220

A1

R416
220

B2

R415
220

A2

R414
220

B1

H1

R419
100

H2

R418
100

R413
470

FAN

R412
1k

MOTOR BUS
BUZZER

1/5
1/5

4
5V

5V-3
L400
1H

1/5

R420
3.9k

L403
1H

HEAD_TEMP

R421
15k

15V

THERMISTOR1
THERMISTOR2

GND

IN2-

IN1+

OUT2

IN1-

VCC

OUT1

R423
100k
C404
0.1
R424
150k

IN2+

IC401
LM358PS-E20

3/5
3/5

C403
10
6.3V

R425
22k

C405
0.022

C406
0.1

R426
0

C407
47
25V
C409
10
6.3V

D408
1SS302-TE85L

MA-99 (2/5)

R427
0

B-CEPX112-MA99-S
-3

10-5

UP-895/(E)

-3

10-5
E

MA-99 (3/5)

MA-99 (3/5)

RESET
COPYSTOP
FETCHSTOP
COPY
FETCH

C545 0.01

3V

5V-2

C504
0.1

C503
0.1

C542
0.1

1/5

R514
220
R515
220
R516
220
R517
220
R518
220

RS2
GAD
RLD
RE
GACK
R509
220
R510
220
R511
220
R512
220
R513
220

3V
C502
0.1

5V-2

R506
220
R507
220
R508
220

R501
220
R502
220
R503
220
R504
220
R505
220

PP
RS0
RS1

VF
EXTV
INTV
COPYING
FETCHING

GA_BUS

C529
10
6.3V
C539
10
6.3V

THERMISTOR1
THERMISTOR2

CN9

R529
220
R530
220
R531
220
R532
220
R533
220
R535
220
R536
220
R537
220
R541
220
R542
220
R544
220
R545
220
R546
220
R547
220
R548
220
R549
220
R550
220
R552
220
R554
220
R556
220
R557
220
R558
220
R559
220
R560
220

CL502
CL503
CL504
CL505
CL506
CL507
CL508
CL509
CL510
CL511
CL512
CL513
CL514
CL515
CL516
CL517
CL518
CL519
CL520
CL521
CL522
CL523
CL524
CL525

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

C507
0.1

15
14
13
12
C511
0.1

11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

FL3
EMI

STB
FL4
EMI

STB

CL526

5V
C515
0.1

C514 L500
10 2.2H
6.3V

CL527
L501
2.2H

C517
0.1

5V-2
1/5, 5/5

LND2

1/5

BEO

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

3
8

IC506
TC74VHC174FT

C548
0.1

-2
C523
0.1

-2

P_DATA19
P_DATA18
P_DATA17
P_DATA16
P_DATA15
VSS
VDD1
P_DATA14
P_DATA13
P_DATA12
P_DATA11
VDD2
P_DATA10
P_DATA9
P_DATA8
P_DATA7
VSS
P_DATA6
P_DATA5
P_DATA4
P_DATA3
P_DATA2
P_DATA1
P_DATA0
HEAD_CK
NSTROB
BEO
VSS
NLATCH
VPD
SDI
TSI
VDD2
SDO
TSO
MST
SMCK
VDD1
VSS
XTST
IH
XSM

IC501
CXD9113R

MEMORY CONTROLOR

DATADRAM7
DATADRAM6
DATADRAM5
DATADRAM4
VDD1
VSS
DATADRAM3
DATADRAM2
DATADRAM1
DATADRAM0
A13
VDD1
A12
ADDRESS11
ADDRESS10
ADDRESS09
VSS
ADDRESS08
ADDRESS07
ADDRESS06
ADDRESS05
ADDRESS04
VDD2
ADDRESS03
ADDRESS02
ADDRESS01
VDD1
VSS
ADDRESS00
CLKDRAM
COMMAND(WE)
COMMAND(CAS)
VDD1
COMMAND(RAS)
COMMAND(CS)
CKE
DQM
CLKOUT
VSS
CLK
INTIN
MUX2
INTOUT1
INTOUT2

20
19
18
17
16

CL501

AD_DATA0
AD_DATA1
AD_DATA2
AD_DATA3
AD_DATA4
VSS
VDD1
AD_DATA5
AD_DATA6
AD_DATA7
MMS0
VDD2
MMS1
MMS2
MMS3
MMS4
VSS
TIKU_OUT0
TIKU_OUT1
TIKU_OUT2
TIKU_OUT3
TIKU_OUT4
TIKU_OUT5
TIKU_OUT6
TIKU_OUT7
S0
S1
VSS
DRAMREQ
nCLUMP
PULSE
HDO
VDD2
STATE0
STATE1
STATE2
STATE3
VDD1
VSS
CKO1A
CKO1B
nCSYNC
HT

176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133

CL500

HEAD_THERM2
HEAD_THERM1
HEAD_DATA10
HEAD_DATA9
HEAD_DATA8
HEAD_DATA7
HEAD_DATA6
HEAD_DATA5
HEAD_DATA4
HEAD_DATA3
HEAD_DATA2
HEAD_DATA1
HEAD_DATA10
HEAD_DATA9
HEAD_DATA8
HEAD_DATA7
HEAD_DATA6
HEAD_DATA5
HEAD_DATA4
HEAD_DATA3
HEAD_DATA2
HEAD_DATA1
HEAD_CLK
nHEAD_STB
HEAD_BEO
nHEAD_LATCH
VDD
GND
VDD
GND

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 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

nLINEPULS
REGSEL0
REGSEL1
VDD1
REGSEL2
DATAIN
NREGLD
NREGEN
REGCLK
VSS
NCLR
NPRINTSTOP
NFETCHSTOP
NPRINT
NFETCH

VDD2
VSS
LATCH_EN
NHEAD_EN
NHOKAN_EN
NTIK2_EN
NTIK_EN
VDD1
NSH_EN
ODD_EVEN2
HH34
V
VSS
QHP
HHP
EXT_H
NHD
VDD2
ODD_EVEN
nVD
nINTV
nPRINTING
nFETCHING
VSS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

2/5
2/5

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
C508
0.1

D5
D6
D7

C512
0.1

C518
0.1

C524
0.1

132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89

SHIELD CASE
R566
220

LND501 LND502 LND503 LND504

-2
C538
'NM

RAS
CS
CKE
DQM

C544
0.1

A0
CLK
WE
CAS

A3
A2
A1

A8
A7
A6
A5
A4

A12
A11
A10
A9

D7
D6
D5
D4

D3
D2
D1
D0
A13

C543
0.1

-2

C532
0.1

-2

C531
0.1

-2

C530
0.1

-2
-2

R598
'NM

-2

10-6
A

10-6

UP-895/(E)

MA-99 (3/5)

MA-99 (3/5)

5V-2
C505
10
6.3V

C500
0.1

R519 220

R521 220
R524 220

R525 220

R522 220

R526 220

12 11 10 9

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

A.VCC A.GND
A.VCC
VRB
A.GND
V.IN
LSB

R527 220
R528 220

VRT
A.VCC
A.GND
A.VCC
A.GND
MSB
CLK
D.GND D.VCC

1
R596
0

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

IC500
MB40C568HPF-ER

VRB 4/5
R500
'NM

AD_IN

R520
100

4/5
VRT 4/5

R597
0

R523
'NM
C546
'NM

C547
'NM

-2

-2

C501
0.1

-2

2
5V-2

C513
0.1

D0
D
D
D
D
D
D
D7
BLK
D.GND
VB
CLK

D.VCC
D.VCC
A.VCC
nIO
IO
A.VCC
A.VCC
VG
VREF
IREF
A.GND
D.GND

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

12 11 10 9

IC502
CXD1171M-TH

C506
0.1
C541
10
6.3V

DA_OUT

C509
0.1
R538
680
RN

4/5

R534
100
R539
39
RN

R540
270
RN

C510
0.1
R543
3.3k

-2

-2

3
CSYNC

R555
100

3V

1/5, 4/5

3V

C540
10
6.3V
C516
0.1

5V-2

GND

CKO1B

GND

CKIB

CKO2B

VDD

HDOB

xTOB

N.C

D0

N.C

IC505
CXD8932Q

VDD

GND

D1

N.C

D2

xTOA

D3

GND

D4

xT1A

GND

xT2A

9 10 11

22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
5V-2

GND

A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4

N.C

HDA

C527
0.1

N.C

GND

GND

-2

GND

xTIB

HDSLA

C528
0.1

R563
1M
X500

C534
'NM

C533
0.1

-2

C519
10
6.3V

N.C

VDD

TAP5

GND

R589
100
R590
100
R591
100
R592
100
R593
100
R594
100
R595
100

DQM
CLK
CKE

34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

HDOA

TAP4 TAP3

GND

R585
100
C525
0.1

R586
100
R587
100
R588
100

C522
33p

33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
GND

TAP2 TAP1

IN

D4

HDB

VCC

R571
100
R572
100
R573
100
R574
100
R575
100
R576
100
R577
100
R578
100
R579
100
R580
100
R581
100

R561
100

IC504
DS1000Z-100(TE2)

WE
CAS
RAS
CS
A13
A12
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3

D5
R584
100

C526
0.1

C520
0.1

R570
100

C521
0.1

D3

D6
R583
100

HDSLB

R569
100

5V-2

CKO2A

D2

D7
R582
100

GND

R568
100

VSS 54
D7 53
VSSQ 52
NC 51
D6 50
VCCQ 49
NC 48
D5 47
VSSQ 46
NC 45
D4 44
VCCQ 43
NC 42
VSS 41
NC 40
DQM 39
CLK 38
CKE 37
NC 36
A11 35
A9 34
A8 33
A7 32
A6 31
A5 30
A4 29
VSS 28

CKIA

D1

1 VCC
2 D0
3 VCCQ
4 NC
5 D1
6 VSSQ
IC503
7 NC
MB81F64842C-103
8 D2
SDRAM
9 VCCQ
10 NC
11 D3
12 VSSQ
13 NC
14 VCC
15 NC
16 nWE
17 nCAS
18 nRAS
19 nCS
20 A13
21 A12
22 A10
23 A0
24 A1
25 A2
26 A3
27 VCC

GND

R567
100

CKO1A

D0

-2

R599
'NM

R565
220

-2

C537
0.1

C535
22p

C536
22p

R564
1M

-2

MA-99 (3/5)
B-CEPX112-MA99-S

10-7

UP-895/(E)

10-7
E

MA-99 (4/5)

MA-99 (4/5)

Q50
XN4501-TW
CN10

R155
8.2k

L5
68

R157
1k

12V

R21
1k

R18
100

1 4

CL1

5
R159
1.5k

R1
150

V.OUT

1
2
3

R19
33

CTL1

GND

R24
680

CL4

R9
1k

R6
12k

R2
150

V.IN2
CTL2

VCC

R164
1k

FL2

V.IN3

R167
330

1 4

C101
10 C5
50V 0.47

C4
33p

R168
1k

Q220

-4
CL7

TP5
'NM

AMP IN
CL23

C11
5p

AMP_IN

4/5

CL8

TO IC6
C10
2p

C7
3.3
50V

R23
82k

R72
5.6k

6 3 XN4501-TW

R25
4.7k

TRAP

R233
33

5
C34
0.1

L6
68

12V

R232
680

R74
100k

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

PAL

V.IN1

CL3

C3
0.1

IC1
NJM2234M(TE2)

NTSC

C100
10
50V

Q5
2SA812-T1-M5M6

-4

R161 R162
5.6k 2.2k

Q51
2SA812-T1-M5M6

-4

R163
1k

R7
100

C2
470
10V

L1 R181
0
'NM

R160
1k

C60
1
50V

R158
330

L4 R180
0
'NM

C8
0.1

TRAP

6 3

-4

CL5

R8
10k

C6
47
25V

R22
100

FL1

CL101

R156
2.2k

12V

IC2
HA11465A

1 2
CL2

12V

3 4

12V

Q2
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

12V

R234
680

R26
10k

R235
1.2k

C9
3p

-4
-4

-4

-4

12V
12 10

ANALOG_BUS
TERMINATION
1/5

AGC

1/5

TRAP

N/P

Q52
2SA812-T1-M5M6

8 7

12V

R62
C24
0.0022 10k

R63
33

R65
4.7k

R64
1k

R70
10k

CL15
C30
0.1

CL13
CL14

C32
0.0022

AGC GAIN
R71
22k

1 4

Q54
2SA812-T1-M5M6

8
C27
3.3
50V

1 4
R42
150

C103
10
50V

R53
33

12V
R43
10k

2
6 3

RV2 4.7k

R69
2.7k

2
2
6 3

C23
0.01

R60
820k

TP2
'NM

R175
1k

2
R176
3.3k

7
RV3
1k

1 4
5

AGC REF
1/5

TH/EE_OUT
R4
4.7k

R131
470

R56
1k

R57
1k

C25
0.01

C109
10
50V

R58
2.2k

Q1
DTC124EKA-T146

R61
10k

C28
10
50V

C29
47
25V

-4

R130
1.8k

R67
22k

C104
10
50V

R177
0
Q174
XN4402-(TX)

6 3
5

12V

Q173
R173
XN4402-(TX) 6 3 33

1
3

R66
2.2k

R132
560

R5
6.8k

R174
1k

CL16

Y1

VCC

Y0

Z1

X1

Z0

X0

INH

VEE

VSS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

SYNC

R59
10k

TP1
'NM

R40
330

C62
470
10V

12V

12V
C35
0.1

R41
150

5 6
RY1

12V

1 3

IC4(2/2) 12V
LM358PS-E20

IC4(1/2)
LM358PS-E20

Q14
XN4501-TW

Q12
XN4601-TW

Q40
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

Q11
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

12V

12V

AGCON CONT

-4

R76
6.8k
R150
10k
RV4
10k

6 3

Q41
DTC124EKA-T146

1 4
C26
33p

C31
47
25V

R68
10k

C33
0.1

C36
0.1

R75
10k

IC5
MC14053BF

1 4
-4

Q13
XN4402-(TX)

-4
-4

-4

3/5
CSYNC

-4

-4

-4

DA_OUT

1/5, 3/5
R98
220

15V
L101
1H

4/5

12V

AD IN

3
1 4

C44
47
25V

R227
1k

RV6
47k

Q16
XN4601-TW

CH
CC
CL
BH
BC
BL

-4

R127
0

4 1

C223
2200p

2
R128
0

R222
820k

R223
10k
C224
0.01

R228
33

R103
1.8k

C46
0.1

R236
33
C12
47
25V

R229
10k

R33
180

C13
0.1

6 3

C235
3.3
50V

3 6

C225
0.1

2
6 3

R237
1k

C107
10
50V

C47
0.1

1 4
5

6 3

R225
2.2k

R125
270
RN

1 4

Q7
XN4601-TW

R226
1k

R34
470

R101
12k

Q221
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

C222
0.01

R38
2.2k
Q21
XN4501-TW

R239
33

1 4

R224
10k
C221
10
50V

Q8
2SC1623-T1-L5L6

R238
2.7k

CL22

IN1
VCC
CLT1 IN2
OUT1 CLT2
GND OUT2

6 3

-4
RV5
10k

R31
2.2k

R133
3.9k
RN

TP6
'NM

IC6
BA7655AF-E2

R221
1k

C220
22

B ADJ

CH
CC
CL
BH
BC
BL

C ADJ

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Q17
XN4601-TW

R104
68k

R220
1k

Q6
XN4501-TW

Q200
2SD999-T1-CLCK

CN14

POWER
CONT H
CONT CEN
CONT L
BRT H
BRT CEN
BRT L

AMP_IN

12V

D5
1SS302-TE85L

L7
1

R97
220

D2
1SS302-TE85L

5V

-4

L2
1H

L3
1H

R124
1k
RN

C102
10
50V

R37
33

C108
10
50V

R230 R231 C226


1k 1k 0.1
R30
180

R32
3.9k

R240
1k

C14
5p

C15
5p

C16
47p

R35
3.3k

R39
680

R36
1k
C56
0.1

C57
0.1

R121
'NM

R122
'NM

R123
820
RN

CL103

-4
-4
CN11 5P

C.SYNC
AMP IN
A/D IN
D/A OUT
GND

1
2
3
4
5

CL106

CSYNC
AMP_IN
AD_IN

CL107
CL108

1/5, 3/5
4/5
3/5, 4/5

VRB

VRT

TP8
'NM

TP7
'NM

CL109

CL25

CL110

CL24

VRT 3/5
VRB 3/5
AD_IN

3/5, 4/5

-4

MA-99 (4/5)
B-CEPX112-MA99-S

10-8
A

10-8

UP-895/(E)

MA-99 (5/5)

MA-99 (5/5)

1
TP200
'NM 5V
CL207

5V

C200
470
10V

TP202 GND
'NM

GND1

CL208

FB200
1.1UH

15V 5V

TP201
'NM

C201
0.1

CN12
CL200

GND_D
+5V
GND_U
+15V
HEAD_EN
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
+21V
+21V
+21V
+21V

SYSTEM CONTOROL

CL201
CL202
CL204

LND4

CN12

R604
'NM

R607
'NM

-3

R614
'NM

R617
'NM

-3

-4

TP203 15V
'NM

CL206

-4

CL209

CL210

-4

SYSTEM CONTOROL

MOTOR DRIVE

-3

-4

FB201
1.1UH

R618
'NM
R610
'NM

-3

MOTOR DRIVE

R619
'NM

-3

D600
1SS302-TE85L

1
3

R600
'NM

TP204 GND3
'NM

C203
0.1

-3

C202
470
25V

-4

15V

HEAD_EN

R601
'NM

R611
'NM

TP205
'NM VH
R612
'NM
IC200
PQ3RF33

5V-2
1

5V-2

3V

-4

FB202
1.1UH

-2
-2

TP206
'NM

5V

ANALOG

R615
'NM

TP207
'NM

-2

26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

3V

FB203
1.1UH

CL212
C205
0.1

C208
470
10V

TP208
'NM

C209
0.1

MEMORY CONTROL

-2
-2

GND2

R620
'NM

CL213

CL211

-4

C204
470
10V

-2

VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
VH
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H
GND_H

LND3

CL205

5V

1/5

MA-99 BOARD

CL203

-3

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

R621
'NM

MEMORY CONTROL

-2

-2

-2

-2

-4
-4

R606
'NM

R609
'NM

R613
'NM

R616
'NM

LND2

LND2

15V

IC201
NJM7812FA

R200
0.33
1W

1 IN

FB204
1.1UH

12V

OUT 3
2

C210
100
25V

C206
470
25V

1/5

LND1

LND1

TP209
'NM

12V

GND

CN13

1/5, 3/5

CL214
C207
0.1

C211
0.1

TP210
'NM

GND4
FB205
1.1UH

-4
CL215

ANALOG

MA-99 (5/5)
B-CEPX112-MA99-S

10-9

UP-895/(E)

10-9
E

C535

#PC00754

#PC00786

#PC00785
#PC00784

#PC00789

#PC00790
CL328
CL329
CL330
CL331
CL332
CL333
CL334
CL335
CL336
CL337
CL338
CL339
#PC00788

CL212
CL15

CL13

LND501

CL213
#PC00803

CL3 CL4

CL5
#PC00808
#PC00807

C352

R232 R234

CL341

CL342

LND1

CL103 CL25CL24

CL8

CL340

CL23
#PC00806
#PC00805

CL110

J300

LND503

LND502

CL7

LND301

CL22

#PC00809

R369 R372

C34
R72
R74
R26
Q220
R233

#PC00804

CL211

CL16

CL14

CL109
CL108
CL107
CL106

L302

R371
D319
Q301 R368 D325

#PC00802
CL346
CL345
CL344
CL343

#PC00646

C6
C11
C10
R25

S300

Q5

R18 R19
C4
R21
R22

C9

C16
TP5

#PC00487
CL300CL306CL313CL317CL323CL327

SL304

R367
R373D324

FL1

L6
R168

L5
C3

C101

IC1

R56

IC2

Q6
R238 C12
R37

C44

C57
R122
C56
R123R124 R121
CN11

C235

R35 Q8
R38
Q7
R36

R39

C8
C5
R23
R24

CL303CL310CL315CL320CL325

SL303

#PC00791

R160
Q52
R157
R164

R235

TP6

X500

R621

C108

R240
R33

R30
C13
R237
Q221 R31
R239 R34 R32
L2
L3
C14 C15

Q21 R133
R125

TP8

C519

R563
R564
C536

IC505

R565R599C534C537

R229
R236
C225

IC6
C226
R231
R230

R561 C527
C522
C501
C546
C547

IC504
C521

R597R596
C505

TP7

C524 C518

R555
R523
R520
R500

IC500

SL302

C331R386
R320
C332R387
R321
C333R388
R322
C334R389
R323
C335R390
R324
C336R391
R325
C337R392
R326
C338R393
R329
C339R394
R330
C340R395
R332
C341R396
R334

#PC00769
#PC00768

#PC00772 #PC00773
#PC00798

SL301

C28

C29
C27

Q13 Q14
R64 R65

FL2

R66

IC4

R75

R61 C26
R62 R63

R59 C24 R60


Q40 Q11 R57
C23 Q12
R58
C25

R620

SL300

LND302

R228
C222 R223
R225
R224
C224

C31
C33

RV3

C103
C36
Q41

R150

R76

RV4

C104
R176

R177

C102

C109

IC5

Q173

R53
R131

C30
C35 R69
C32 RV2
R71

R174 R175

CN5

Q174
C509

R539

R534
C506
C541 C500

R163 R156
R40
R167
R158
C62
R162
R155 R159 R9
R6
R8
C60
R7 C2

C107

C221

C328

R303

Q300
R354 R355 R356 R357

TP305

R173
R98

Q2

R67

R619

TP2

Q50

R68
R130
R70

D320
TP1
R132

Q54

R161

C361
C360

L308

D321

R528
R527
R526
R525
R524
R522
R521
R519

C545

C512 C508

C510
R538

C540
C526

D323

CN10

#PC00755

R606
R609
R613
R616

#PC00756

C516

LND2

C538
R566

C544

R586
R587
R588
R589
R590
R591
R592
R593
R595
R594
C532
R598

IC503

C533
R567

C514

L309

R128
C223R222
Q16

C7

C528

FL3
R560 FL4 R557 R558

L501

CN9
C515

SL305

L500

L310

IC506

C548

C543C530 C531
C525

R568
R569
R570

R377
C313D309 C351
R376
C350
C312D308
R375
C311D307
R374
C310D306

IC502
R543
R540

R571
R572
R573
R574
R575
R576
R577
R578
R580
R581
R579

R559

CN3

D304

L306

D322

R615
C513

IC501

R584
R585

D305
C317
R382

R582
R583
C520

L311

L305

R529 R530R531
R532R533
R535 R536
R537 R541
R542 R544
R545 R546
R547R548
R549R550
R552R554
R556

C504

C529 C542 C502 C503

C539

C208

C325

R612

R513

C511 C507

TP207

FB203

C523 C517

IC200

C209

TP208

R501R502
R503R504
R505R506
R507
R508R509
R510R511
R512
R515R514
R517R516
R518

C205

C204

C324

R362
R363
R365
R366

C330

FB202
TP206

R127
R226
Q17
R227

#PC00783
#PC00780

L304

R104 R220
R221

CN1
L400

IC302

R426
C409

IC303

C406

BZ400

L307

#PC00797
CL1

R339 R338 R337 R336 R335

RV6

R425
R421

IC401

C433
IC431IC430
C431R430
Q401 D405

#PC00766
#PC00767

#PC00774

R1
R2
L4
R41
R42 R181R180
R43
L1

C321C320C319C318
C315C314
C322R378R379R380R381 C316R384R385
R304R305R306R307R308R302R383R340R341
D310D311D312D313D314D315D316D317D318

IC304

TP306

R407

R409R405 R432
R431
C432

C407
R601

R408
R406 Q402
R411
C405
R424 R427
IC400
R423 C404
D408 R420 C403

Q407

CN13

CN7

R418
R413 R317
R412 R318
R319
R398

FB205

FB204
RY1

CN14

L7

C362

#PC00775

CL308

#PC00781
#PC00782

CL101
Q200

CL206

CL210

C100
RV5

L403
Q403

CL304
CL307
CL321CL208
CL207
CL324

#PC00800

C207

L303 R370

C307R312C306

C326

CL200CL201CL202CL203CL204CL205

CL2

Q51

TP307

C220

D5
C46
R101
D2
C47
R103

R97
R364

R5
R4
Q1

#PC00776

#PC00777

#PC00778
CL326

CL214
#PC00799

L101

C300

FB201

X300

CL215

TP210

C206

R618

IC305

R414
R415
R416
R417
R419
R611

Q406

C301
R311

IC301

CL209

TP209

C329

D407

D406

Q405

R316
R315
R314
R313

TP204
C401

#PC00796

IC201

IC300

C323

LND4

#PC00779
CL301

C210

TP200
R310

FB200

C200
R397

CN6

CN2

C327
R343
R342

Q404

C203

C202

F400

CN8

R404R410
R403 R402 R401 R400
Q400
D404 D403 D402 D401

D400

R610
C201

MA-99

C211

TP300

CN12

R200

R617

D303 D302 D301 D300

C302

C303

C304

TP202

R300

TP203

R600

#PC00757

#PC00794
TP205

R607

KA001

D600

R604

LND3

TP201 R614
C305

MA-99

CL500
#PC00764
CL501 #PC00765
CL502
CL322
CL503
CL504
CL319#PC00422
CL505
#PC00455
CL506
CL316
CL507
CL508
CL509
CL510
CL511
CL512
#PC00451
CL513
#PC00424
CL514
CL302
CL515
CL516
CL305
CL517
CL518
CL519
CL309
CL520
CL521
CL522
CL312
CL523
CL524
CL314
CL525
#PC00763
#PC00762
CL527 CL526

LND504

MA-99 -A SIDE-

MA-99 -B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

SUFFIX: -11

10-10

10-10

UP-895/(E)

MA-99
-------------------MA-99 (1-676-692-11)
-------------------*:B SIDE
C332
C2
BZ400
A2
C333
C2
C334
C2
C2
C2
C335
C2
C3
C2
C336
C2
C4
C2
C337
C2
C5
C3
C338
C2
C6
C3
C339
C2
C7
C3
C340
C2
C8
C3
C341
C2
C9
C3
C350
A3
C10
C3
C351
A3
C11
C3
C352
C3
C12
C3
C360
C2
C13
C3
C361
C2
C14
B3
C362
B1
C15
C3
C401
B1
C16
C3
C403
A2
C23
C2
C404
A2
C24
C2
C405
A2
C25
C2
C406
A2
C26
C2
C407
A2
C27
C2
C409
A2
C28
C2
C431
A2
C29
C2
C432
A2
C30
C2
C433
A2
C31
C2
C500
B2
C32
C2
C501
B3
C33
C2
C502
A2
C34
C3
C503
A2
C35
C2
C504
B2
C36
C2
C505
B3
C44
C3
C506
B2
C46
C1
C507
A2
C47
C1
C508
B2
C56
B3
C509
B2
C57
B3
C510
B2
C60
C2
C511
A2
C62
C1
C512
B2
C100
C1
C513
B2
C101
C2
C514
A3
C102
C2
C515
A3
C103
C2
C516
A3
C104
B2
C517
A3
C107
C1
C518
B3
C108
B3
C519
B3
C109
C2
C520
A3
C200
B1
C521
B3
C201
B1
C522
B3
C202
A1
C523
A3
C203
A1
C524
B3
C204
A2
C525
A3
C205
A2
C526
A3
C206
C1
C527
B3
C207
C1
C528
B3
C208
A2
C529
A2
C209
A2
C530
A3
C210
B1
C531
A3
C211
C1
C532
B3
C220
C1
C533
A3
C221
C1
C534
B3
C222
C2
C535
B3
C223
C2
C536
B3
C224
C2
C537
B3
C225
C3
C538
B3
C226
B3
C539
A2
C235
C3
C540
B3
C300
B1
C541
B2
C301
B1
C542
A2
C302
B1
C543
A3
C303
B1
C544
A3
C304
B1
C545
B2
C305
B1
C546
B3
C306
B1
C547
B3
C307
B1
C548
A3
C310
A3
C311
A3
CL1
*C1
C312
A3
CL2
*C1
C313
A3
CL3
*C2
C314
C1
CL4
*C2
C315
C1
CL5
*C3
C316
C1
CL7
*C3
C317
A2
CL8
*C3
C318
C1
CL13
*B2
C319
B1
CL14
*C2
C320
B1
CL15
*C2
C321
B1
CL16
*C2
C322
B1
CL22
*C3
C323
B1
CL23
*C3
C324
B2
CL24
*B3
C325
B2
CL25
*B3
C326
B1
CL101 *C1
C327
B1
CL103 *C3
C328
B1
CL106 *B3
C329
B1
CL107 *B3
C330
B2
CL108 *B3
C331
C2
UP-895/(E)

CL109
CL110
CL200
CL201
CL202
CL203
CL204
CL205
CL206
CL207
CL208
CL209
CL210
CL211
CL212
CL213
CL214
CL215
CL300
CL301
CL302
CL303
CL304
CL305
CL306
CL307
CL308
CL309
CL310
CL312
CL313
CL314
CL315
CL316
CL317
CL319
CL320
CL321
CL322
CL323
CL324
CL325
CL326
CL327
CL328
CL329
CL330
CL331
CL332
CL333
CL334
CL335
CL336
CL337
CL338
CL339
CL340
CL341
CL342
CL343
CL344
CL345
CL346
CL500
CL501
CL502
CL503
CL504
CL505
CL506
CL507
CL508
CL509
CL510
CL511
CL512
CL513
CL514
CL515
CL516
CL517
CL518
CL519
CL520
CL521
CL522
CL523
CL524
CL525
CL526
CL527
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN5

*C3
*C3
*B1
*B1
*B1
*A1
*A1
*A1
*A1
*B1
*B1
*A1
*B1
*A2
*A2
*A2
*C1
*C1
*C2
*B1
*A3
*C2
*B1
*A3
*C2
*B1
*B1
*A3
*C2
*A3
*C2
*A3
*B2
*A3
*B2
*A2
*B2
*B1
*A2
*B2
*B1
*B2
*B1
*B2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C2
*C3
*C3
*C3
*B2
*B2
*B2
*B2
*A2
*A2
*A2
*A2
*A2
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
*A3
C2
B1
A3
B2

CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
CN10
CN11
CN12
CN13
CN14

A1
A2
A1
A3
C1
B3
B1
A2
B1

D2
D5
D300
D301
D302
D303
D304
D305
D306
D307
D308
D309
D310
D311
D312
D313
D314
D315
D316
D317
D318
D319
D320
D321
D322
D323
D324
D325
D400
D401
D402
D403
D404
D405
D406
D407
D408
D600

C1
C1
B1
B1
B1
B1
A3
A2
A3
A3
A3
A3
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
B2
B2
B2
B2
C3
C3
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A2
A1
A1
A2
A1

F400

A1

FB200
FB201
FB202
FB203
FB204
FB205

B1
B1
A2
A2
C1
C1

FL1
FL2
FL3
FL4

C2
C2
A3
A3

IC1
IC2
IC4
IC5
IC6
IC200
IC201
IC300
IC301
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC305
IC400
IC401
IC430
IC431
IC500
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC504
IC505
IC506

C2
C3
C2
C2
B3
A2
C1
B1
B1
B2
B2
B2
B1
A2
A2
A2
A2
B3
A3
B2
A3
B3
B3
A3

J300

C3

KA1

A1

L1
L2
L3
L4

C1
C3
C3
C1

L5
L6
L7
L101
L302
L303
L304
L305
L306
L307
L308
L309
L310
L311
L400
L403
L500
L501
LND1
LND2
LND3
LND4
LND301
LND302
LND501
LND502
LND503
LND504

C2
C2
B1
B1
C3
C3
C3
A2
C2
B2
B2
C2
A3
A2
B2
B1
A3
A3
C3
A3
A1
C1
*C3
*C3
*B2
*B3
*A3
*B3

Q1
Q2
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q16
Q17
Q21
Q40
Q41
Q50
Q51
Q52
Q54
Q173
Q174
Q200
Q220
Q221
Q300
Q301
Q400
Q401
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q405
Q406
Q407

C1
C2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
B3
C3
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
B2
B2
C1
C3
B3
B2
C3
A1
A2
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1

R1
R2
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R18
R19
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R30
R31
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R37
R38
R39
R40
R41
R42
R43
R53

C1
C1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
B3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C2
C1
C1
C1
B2

R56
R57
R58
R59
R60
R61
R62
R63
R64
R65
R66
R67
R68
R69
R70
R71
R72
R74
R75
R76
R97
R98
R101
R103
R104
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R127
R128
R130
R131
R132
R133
R150
R155
R156
R157
R158
R159
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R167
R168
R173
R174
R175
R176
R177
R180
R181
R200
R220
R221
R222
R223
R224
R225
R226
R227
R228
R229
R230
R231
R232
R233
R234
R235
R236
R237
R238
R239
R240
R300
R302
R303
R304
R305
R306
R307
R308
R310
R311
R312
R313
R314
R315
R316
R317
R318
R319

C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
C3
C2
C2
B1
B2
C1
C1
C1
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
C2
C2
C2
B2
B2
B3
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
C1
C1
B1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
B3
B3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
B3
B1
C2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
C2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B2

R320
R321
R322
R323
R324
R325
R326
R329
R330
R332
R334
R335
R336
R337
R338
R339
R340
R341
R342
R343
R354
R355
R356
R357
R362
R363
R364
R365
R366
R367
R368
R369
R370
R371
R372
R373
R374
R375
R376
R377
R378
R379
R380
R381
R382
R383
R384
R385
R386
R387
R388
R389
R390
R391
R392
R393
R394
R395
R396
R397
R398
R400
R401
R402
R403
R404
R405
R406
R407
R408
R409
R410
R411
R412
R413
R414
R415
R416
R417
R418
R419
R420
R421
R423
R424
R425
R426
R427
R430
R431
R432
R500
R501
R502
R503
R504

C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C3
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
B1
B1
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B1
B2
B2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B1
B1
B1
C1
A3
C2
C1
C1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
B1
B2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A1
A2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
B3
A2
A2
A2
A2

R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R526
R527
R528
R529
R530
R531
R532
R533
R534
R535
R536
R537
R538
R539
R540
R541
R542
R543
R544
R545
R546
R547
R548
R549
R550
R552
R554
R555
R556
R557
R558
R559
R560
R561
R563
R564
R565
R566
R567
R568
R569
R570
R571
R572
R573
R574
R575
R576
R577
R578
R579
R580
R581
R582
R583
R584
R585
R586
R587
R588
R589
R590
R591
R592
R593
R594
R595
R596
R597
R598
R599
R600
R601
R604
R606

A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B3
B2
B2
B3
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
B2
A2
A2
A2
B2
B2
B2
A2
A2
B2
A2
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
A1
A2
A1
A3

R607
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
R614
R615
R616
R617
R618
R619
R620
R621

A1
A3
B1
B1
B2
A3
B1
B2
A3
B1
B1
C2
B2
B3

RV2
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6

C2
C2
C2
C1
C1

RY1

C1

S300

C2

SL300
SL301
SL302
SL303
SL304
SL305

C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
A3

TP1
TP2
TP5
TP6
TP7
TP8
TP200
TP201
TP202
TP203
TP204
TP205
TP206
TP207
TP208
TP209
TP210
TP300
TP305
TP306
TP307

B2
C2
C3
B3
B3
B3
B1
B1
B1
A1
B1
A1
A2
A2
A2
C1
C1
B1
B2
B2
B1

X300
X500

B1
B3

10-11

MA-99

10-11

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem,
perform the following safety checks before
releasing the set to the customer :
Check the metal trim, metallized knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC
leakage. Check leakage as described below.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to
earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to
any exposed metal part having a return to
chassis, must not exceed 3.5 mA. Leakage
current can be measured by any one of three
methods.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the
Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the
manufacturers instructions to use these
instruments.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The
Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is
suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor
by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC
voltmeter. The limit indication is 5.25 V, so
analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa
SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM
that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 20 V AC range
are suitable. (See Fig. A)

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

0.15 F

1.5 kZ

AC
voltmeter
(5.25V)

Earth Ground
Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

UP-895/(E)

UP-895 (UC)
UP-895CE (CE)
UP-895MD (UC, SY) E
9-955-192-01

Sony Corporation
B&P Company

Printed in Japan
1999. 12 22
1999