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CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS


I. II. SPECIFICATIONS ........................... 1-1 PARTS CONFIGURATION ............... 1-2 A. Front View ............................... 1-2 B. Back View ................................ 1-4 B. Unlocking the Lock Switch .... 1-6

C. Connecting the Cables ............ 1-6 D. Scanning ................................. 1-8 IV. CUSTOMERS DAILY MAINTENANCE . ............................................... 1-12

III. SETTING UP THE SCANNER ......... 1-5 A. Precautions ............................. 1-5

CHAPTER 2 : OPERATION AND TIMING


I. BASIC OPERATION ........................ 2-1 A. Functions ................................ 2-1 B. Electrical System .................... 2-2 III. IMAGE PROCESSING ................... 2-12 A. Outline .................................. 2-12 B. Image Processing .................. 2-13

C. Main PCB Input and Output ... 2-4 D. Document Scanning Sequence ................................................. 2-5 II. OPTICAL SYSTEM ......................... 2-6 A. Outline .................................... 2-6 B. Lamp Lighting Circuit ............. 2-7

IV. CONTROL SYSTEM ...................... 2-20 A. Control System Diagram ....... 2-20 B. V. Main PCB ............................... 2-20

INTERFACE .................................. 2-21 A. USB ........................................ 2-21 B. IEEE 1394 .............................. 2-24

C. FARE (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement) ............ 2-9 D. Motor Control Circuit ........... 2-11

VI. POWER SUPPLY ........................... 2-24

CHAPTER 3 : MECHANICAL SYSTEM


I. PARTS REPLACEMENT ................. 3-1 A. Precautions ............................. 3-1 II. EXTERNALS .................................. 3-2 A. Removing the Film Adapter Unit . ................................................. 3-2 B. Removing the Top Cover and Document Glass Unit .............. 3-3 C. Attaching the Top Cover ......... 3-6 D. Removing the Front Panel ...... 3-7 B. E. Attaching the Front Panel ...3-9 III. PCBs ............................................ 3-11 A. Removing the Main PCB ....... 3-11 IV. OPTICAL SYSTEM ....................... 3-14 A. Removing the Scanning Unit, Pulley Unit, and Motor Unit .. 3-14 Removing the Motor Unit ...... 3-22

C. Attaching the Motor Unit ...... 3-23

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CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING


I. PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS ............................................ 4-1 II. CONSUMABLE PARTS DURABILITY .................................. 4-1 III. PERIODICAL SERVICING ............... 4-1 IV. SPECIAL TOOLS ............................ 4-1 V. SOLVENTS AND LUBRICANTS ...... 4-1

CHAPTER 5 : TROUBLESHOOTING
I. INTRODUCTION ............................. 5-1 A. Initial Check ............................ 5-1 B. II. Others ...................................... 5-1

C. Scanning Unit Movement Failure ................................................. 5-5 D. Poor Image Quality .................. 5-5 E. Acoustic Noise ........................ 5-5 IV. CANON SCANNER TEST ................ 5-6 A. Outline .................................... 5-6 B. Operating Environment .......... 5-6

TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART ................................................. 5-2 A. Power LED Failure .................. 5-2 B. Communication Failure .......... 5-3

III. PROBLEM, CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION ................... 5-4 A. Power LED Not Lighting ......... 5-4 B. Communication Failure .......... 5-4

C. Functions ................................ 5-7 D. Functions Descriptions .......... 5-8 E. Error Message ....................... 5-18

CHAPTER 6 : PARTS CATALOG


FIGURE 001 ................................... 6-2 FIGURE 100 ................................... 6-4

APPENDIX
I. II. GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .......A-1 MAIN PCB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .......A-2 III. CCD PCB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ...... A-11

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CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS

I. II.

SPECIFICATIONS ........................... 1-1 PARTS CONFIGURATION ............... 1-2 A. Front View ............................... 1-2 B. Back View ................................ 1-3

B.

Unlocking the Lock Switch .... 1-4

C. Connecting Cables .................. 1-5 D. Scanning ................................. 1-6 IV. CUSTOMERS DAILY MAINTENANCE . ................................................. 1-9

III. SETTING UP THE SCANNER ......... 1-4 A. Precautions ............................. 1-4

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I. SPECIFICATIONS
Scanner Main Unit Type Scanning Part Image sensor Light source Document type Document alignment position Max. document size Image output mode Optical resolution Scanning time

: Flatbed image scanner

: : : : : :

14,240-pixel 6-line CCD Cold cathode fluorescent lamp Sheet, Book Right-end corner A4/Letter size (216 x 297mm) Color 16-bit/ 8-bit for RGB each Grayscale 16-bit/ 8-bit : 3200 dpi x 6400 dpi : USB2.0/IEEE1394 USB1.1 upto 200dpi 2.16 2.16 upto 400dpi 2.16 4.32 upto 800dpi 4.32 8.64 over 801dpi 8.64 17.28 (msec/ line)

Film Scanning Part Film type Film size

Light source Scanning time

: Color and monochrome, negative and positive : 35mm sleeve (6 frames x 8) 35mm slide mount (24 frames) Brownie 4X 5 inch : Cold cathode fluorescent lamp IR LED (for FARE function) : USB2.0/IEEE1394:2.16-138.24msec/line USB1.1:2.16-146.88ms/line (automatically selected depending on films)

Interface Part Interface

: USB connector (Universal Serial Bus 2.0) IEEE-1394 connector Power connector (for AC adapter) FAU connector (6-pin)

Front Panel Scanner button

: 4 buttons (COPY, SCAN, FILE, E-MAIL) on the scanner unit

Others Operating environment

Power source Power consumption Dimensions Weight

: Temperature : 10 to 35 degrees Relative humidity : 10 to 90%RH Air pressure : 613 to 1013 hPa : 100V to 120V 220V to 240V : 21W max. (during operation) 8W (during standby) : 290.0 (Width) x 509.0 (Depth) x 127.3 (Height) mm : Approximately 5.3kg

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II. PARTS CONFIGURATION


A. Front View

3 4

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q w e r t y u i o !0

Document Cover Protective Sheet Film Adapter Unit Document Glass COPY Button SCAN Button FILE Button E-MAIL Button Alignment Mark Lock Switch Figure 1-1

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B. Back View

2 3 4 5

q w e r t

Power Connector FAU Cable FAU Connector IEEE-1394 Connector USB Connector Figure 1-2

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III. SETTING UP THE SCANNER


A. Precautions * * * * * Keep the scanner out of direct sunlight. Direct exposure to the sunlight or excessive heat may cause damage to the scanner. Do not install the scanner in a humid or dusty environment. Use supplied AC adapter only. Place the scanner on an even and flat surface. Tilted or uneven surface may cause a mechanical problem. Keep the outer carton and packing material for future shipment.

B. Unlocking the Lock Switch Scanning unit is locked by the lock switch to prevent a damage during transport. Unlock the lock switch by pushing it toward the unlock mark to use the scanner.

q Lock Switch Figure 1-3

Note : Ensure to lock the lock switch during transport.

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C. Connecting Cables CanoScan 9900F needs to be connected to the USB port on the host computer. For details, refer to the Quick Start Guide that comes with the product. As for connecting the host computers cables to the scanner, refer to the host computer' manual. Note: Install the device driver before connecting the cables.

1. Connecting FAU Cable, USB Cable, IEEE 1394 Cable and AC Adapter Cable 1) Connect the FAU cable to the FAU connector. 2) Connect the scanner with the host compter by either USB Cable or IEEE1394 Cable. Note: IEEE1394 Cable is not included. Use recommended cables. 3) Connect the AC adapter cable to the power connector on the scanner.

1 2 3

6 5 4

q w e r t y

USB Connector IEEE-1394 Connector Power Connector USB Cable IEEE-1394 Cable AC Adapter Figure 1-4

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D. Scanning 1. Scanning Original 1) Place an original face-down on the document glass by aligning its top edge with the alignment mark.

q Alignment Mark

Figure 1-5

2) Close the document cover without moving the original. 3) Send the scan command from the host computer.

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2. Scanning Film 1) Slide the protective sheet up and remove it from the document cover.

Figure 1-6 2) Insert the film into the film guide. * Film strips Open the film holder on the film guide for film strips, insert the strip(s) face-down into the guide and close the film holder. * Slides Place a slide face down in the film guide for slides. * Open the film holder on the film guide for Brownie and 4X 5 inch, insert the strip(s) face- down into the guide and close the film holder.

Figure 1-7

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3) Place the loaded film guide by aligning its leading tab with FILM mark on the document glass and close the document cover.

q FILM Mark Figure 1-8

4) Send the scan command from the host computer.

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IV. CUSTOMERS DAILY MAINTENANCE


Dirt on the document glass may result in an unclear image or lines on an image. Clean the document glass according to the following steps. 1) Disconnect all the cables from the scanner. 2) Dampen a soft and clean cloth and wring it thoroughly. Wipe a dirt off the document glass with the cloth. 3) Completely wipe water off the document glass with a dry cloth.

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CHAPTER 2 OPERATION AND TIMING

I.

BASIC OPERATION ........................ 2-1 A. Functions ................................ 2-1 B. Electrical System .................... 2-2

III. IMAGE PROCESSING ................... 2-12 A. Outline .................................. 2-12 B. Image Processing .................. 2-12

C. Main PCB Input and Output ... 2-4 D. Document Scanning Sequence ................................................. 2-5 II. OPTICAL SYSTEM ......................... 2-6 A. Outline .................................... 2-6 B. Lamp Lighting Circuit ............. 2-7

IV. CONTROL SYSTEM ...................... 2-17 A. Control System Diagram ....... 2-17 B. V. Main PCB ............................... 2-17

INTERFACE .................................. 2-18 A. USB ........................................ 2-18 B. IEEE 1394 .............................. 2-19

C. FARE (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement) .................. 2-9 D. Motor Control Circuit ........... 2-11

VI. POWER SUPPLY ........................... 2-20

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I. BASIC OPERATION
A. Functions The scanner is composed of three systems including optical system, image processing system, and control system.

FAU FAU Lamp IR LED

BGR

Lamp

Scanning Unit

Optical System

B G R

Lens Drive Motor FARE Unit

Host Computer

CCD

Control System

Image Processing System

Figure 2-1

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B. Electrical System 1. Outline Figure 2-2 is an electric system circuit diagram. The scanner is not equipped with CPU. The device driver with a control program installed in the host computer functions as CPU. The host computer sends a command to the ASIC via the USB controller or IEEE 1394 controller. The ASIC controls the whole electrical circuits and image processing of the scanner. The image signals read by the CCD are converted into digital data by analog IC. The digital data is then processed by the ASIC and is output to the host computer via USB interface.

Host Computer Control Program JP9 USB Controller J2 +24V AC adapter Regulator Home Position Sensor Scanning Lamp JP2 Inverter PCB JP1 CCD PCB DRAM Analog IC JP8 Motor FARE Unit Driver Drive Motor ASIC FAU Lamp IEEE-1394 Controller J1 Inverter PCB JP9

FAU

Button PCB Scanner Button Power LED

Figure 2-2

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2. Functions of Main PCB 1) Analog IC Converts the image signals (analog signals) read by CCD into digital data. - CDS (Correlated Double Sampling) - AGC (Auto Gain Control) - 8-bit A/D converter 2) ASIC Performs the following transactions: - DRAM control - CCD timing clock creation - Line buffer control - CCD output line difference adjustment - Image processing - Shading correction - Motor driver control 3) DRAM Stores the shading compensation data when performing shading compensation. Stores the image data when scanning. 4) Motor Driver Supplies power to the drive motor. 5) USB Controller/ IEEE 1394 Controller Controls data transfer between the host computer and ASIC.

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C. Main PCB Input and Output

AC Adapter

J2-1 -2 -3 -4 -5

+24V +24V +24V NC GND

Main PCB XPA FAU_LED FAU_DET NC LMP_PWR XPAGND NC XPAGND J1-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8

To Film Scanning Unit

Scanning Unit

JP1-1 -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

LAMP_GND LAMP_GND LAMP_PWR LAMP_PWR CCD_PWR CCD_PWR AGND CCD_CK1 CCD_CK2 AGND VAROS_PWR AGND ASIC_VAROS B_TG CLB G_TG RB R_TG VCC AGND MTATHOME AGND AGND OUT_B AGND OUT_G AGND OUT_R

Vbus DD+ GND

JP9-1 -2 -3 -4

To Host Computer

VP VG TPBN TPB TPAN TPA

JP9-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6

To Host Computer

COPY SCAN FILE E-MAIL

Scanner button JP2-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 HOTKEY0 HOTKEY1 "H" when Scanner button is HOTKEY2 pressed HOTKEY3 "H" when power LED is ON LED DGND DGND PWRSW

Power LED Power Switch Button PCB

H o m e Po s i t i o n Sensor

"H" when scanning unit is in home position

JP6-1 -2 Drive motor -3 -4

OUT1B OUT1A OUT2A OUT2B Drive motor drive signal

Figure 2-3

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D. Document Scanning Sequence 1. Document Scanning Sequence

Scan Command

Sequence Home Position Sensor

Standby

Setup

Scanning Unit forward

Scanning Unit backward

Standby

Scanning Lamp ON Signal


(Scans 9 lines for RGB each)

Drive Motor

Interface Signal

Figure 2-4

Seqence

Operation After the scanner self test is completed until the scanner receives a scan command from the host computer

Purpose To maintain the scanner ready for scan

Remarks

Standby

Setup

From the scanner receives a scan command until it starts scanning

To execute calibration for setting The data is stored in DRAM light exposure time, gain data and shading data

After the scanner starts scanning Scanning Unit until whole scan area specified by the host computer is scanned Forward

To execute image processing according to the command from the host computer while scanning and send imada data to the host computer Home position is detected by the home position sensor

After the scanning unit starts Scanning Unit moving backward until it returns backward to the home position

To return the scanning unit to the home position to ready for the next scan

Table 2-1

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II. OPTICAL SYSTEM


A. Outline The optical system consists of the scanning lamp, lens and mirrors. When scanning a reflective materials such as papers , the original is exposed to the light of the scanning lamp in the scanning unit. The reflected light of the original forms an image on the photosensitive device, CCD (charge-coupled device) via lens and mirrors. When scanning transparent material such as films, Light of the FAU lamp in the Film Adapter Unit transmits the film. The transmitted light forms an image on CCD. When scanning with FARE function, IR LED instead of FAU lamp works to operate FARE unit.

CCD

Scanning Lamp

Lens FARE Unit

Figure 2-5

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B. Lamp Lighting Circuit 1. Scanning Lamp Lighting Circuit When the scanner is turned on, or the host computer sends a scan command, ASIC turns on the scanning lamp lighting signal (LAMP) to light the scanning lamp. The reflected light of the original is focused on CCD (charge-coupled device) via the five mirrors, lens and FARE unit. The scanner is equipped with a lamp OFF function for energy saving. A built-in timer automatically turns off the lamp if no scanning command is sent from the host computer for a certain period of time. Setting up of the timer is conducted by the device driver.

Document Glass

Scanning Lamp

CCD Lens FARE Unit Scanning Unit Main PCB

LAMP GND Host Computer ASIC

CCD PCB

GND

Inverter PCB

Figure 2-6

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2. FAU Lamp Lighting Circuit Figure 2-7 is a FAU Lamp Lighting Circuit diagram. When the host computer sends a film scanning command, ASIC turns off the scanning lamp lighting signal (LAMP) and simultaneously turns on FAU lamp lighting signal (XPA) to light the FAU lamp. Light of the FAU lamp is converted into a flat light source by a light guide plate. The light is diffused by the1st diffusive film, the luminous intensity enhancement film and the 2nd diffusive film. Light transmitted the transparent plate all has the same luminous intensity as a result. Light transmits a film and is focused on the CCD in the scanning unit. The FAU lamp also has a lamp OFF function for energy saving. 3. Infrared LED Lighting Circuit When the host computer sends a command to light an IR LED, ASIC turns on IRLED signal to light the IR LED. The IR LED light is converted into a flat light source by a light guide plate. Light transmits a film via the1st diffusive film, the luminous intensity enhancement film, the 2nd diffusive film and the transparent plate.

FAU

FAU Lamp

Reflective Film Light Guide Plate

Inverter PCB IRLED

1st Diffusive Film Brightness Enhancement Film 2nd Diffusive Film Transparent Plate Scanner IRLED XPA ASIC Scanning Unit

Host Computer

Main PCB

Figure 2-7

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C. FARE (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement) 1. Outline When scanning a film, it is difficult to obtain a clean image because of dirt and scrach on the film. CanoScan 9900F is equipped with the IR LED in addition to the FAU lamp (cold cathode fluorescent lamp) to remove scratches and dirt on a film by scanning a film by two light sources. This function is called FARE (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement). The IR LED scans only scratches and dirt on a film as image data. This data is compared to the full image data scanned by the FAU lamp, and the overlap data (that is of scratches and dirt) is deleted. The other scanned data of the film compensates for the deleted area, and the image without scratches and dirt is reproduced.

(FAU LAMP) Light Source Film Lens CCD

(IR LED)

Scanned Image

Figure 2-8

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2. Operating FARE Function Two light sources mounted in CanoScan 9900F have different frequencies ( the FAU lamp (cold cathode fluorescent lamp): 380- 700nm, and IR LED : 880nm). If there light sources are used under the same optical system, the image will be out of focus(Figure 2-9-2). CanoScan 9900F is equipped with FARE unit. This unit is placed between the CCD and lens and is consists of a refraction glass that changes the refractive index of light and electromagnetic switch that change the position of the refraction glass. First, scan a film with light of the FAU lamp transmitting the refraction glass. Secondl, scan a film with the IRLED and turn on the electromagnetic switch to move the refraction glass to the position where no IR LED light can transmit the glass (Figure 2-9-3). Above functions make it possible to obtain the scanned image with the focus of light on the film while using two light sources with different frequencies.

Light Source

FAU Lamp

IR LED

IR LED

Film

Lens Refraction Glass (FARE Unit) CCD

Figure 2-9-1

Figure 2-9-2

Figure 2-9-3

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D. Motor Control Circuit Figure 2-10 is a motor drive circuit diagram. Control program analizes a command sent from the host computer, and sends a motor clock generation command to ASIC. Gate array generates eight-phase motor drive pulse signals [I01, I02, I11, I12, I21, I22, I31, I32]. These signals are sent to the drive motor via motor driver. When the host computer changes the resolution, the control program commands ASIC to change the drive motor rotating speed by changing the frequency of the motor drive pulse signal .
Host Computer

Control Program

Main PCB

I01 I02

ASIC

I11 I12 I21 I22 I31 I32

Motor Driver

OUT1B OUT1A OUT2A OUT2B

JP8-1 -2 -3 -4

Drive Motor

Figure 2-10

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III. IMAGE PROCESSING


A. Outline Image processing system consists of the CCD, analog IC, and ASIC. Analog signal read by the CCD is converted into digital data, and the digital date is sent to the host computer.

1. CCD

2. A/D Conversion

3. Calibration

4. Filter Processing

To Host Computer

Figure 2-11

B. Image Processing 1. CCD The CCD is a single chip photoelectric conversion device equipped with several thousand photosensitive devices. Each photosensitive devices is several microns square, and all devices are formed into a line to read RGB image signals with a built-in scanning circuit. CanoScan 9900F uses 6-line CCD.

1) 6-line CCD 6-line CCD has two rows of photosensitive devices in staggered arrangement for RGB each. This measn that the image with the resolution worth 1600dpi x 2 = 3200dpi can be scanned by only one scanning operation.

Figure 2-12

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2. A/D Conversion Figure 2-13 is a block diagram that shows an internal processing of analog IC in the image processing system. Output signal s from the CCD are analog signals, and they cannot be used as image data. So, RGB output signal from the CCD is amplified by analog amplifier to generate analog data. The data is then converted into image data by A/D converter.

D/A Converter

CCD

R G B

Analog Amplifier

A/D Converter

Digital data To ASIC

Analog IC

Figure 2-13

1) D/A Converter D/A converter removes uneven data generated by the CCD' analog data. D/A converter adjusts CCD output to maintain a maximum value of input signal to A/D converter at 5V so that the black level of the image be constant. 2) A/D Converter A/D converter converts the black-level-corrected image signal (analog signal) into a 16-bit image data (digital signal) in the order of red, green and blue image signal. CanoScan 9900F uses 8-bit A/D converter. 5V is applied to the Vcc terminal, and reference voltage is applied to the Vref terminal. A/D converter outputs 0 when input signal is 5V, and outputs 255 when input signal equals to reference voltage. 1 pixel signal is converted into image data with 65536 tone for each colors including red, green and blue.
Image Data A/D Converter Blue Image Signal Green Image Signal Red Image Signal Reference Voltage CCD_B CCD_G CCD_R Vref 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Output 0 1 0 1 +5V Vcc 0 1 0 1

Figure 2-14

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3. Calibration When scanning a document of even density, the image signal corresponding to each pixel may be uneven due to the following reasons: * Uneven light intensity of the scanning lamp * Variation in the sensitivity of the light phototransistors * A slight output from the light phototransistors with no light Calibration corrects these variations with the following three steps: Offset Calibration Coarse-gain Calibration Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA). 1) Offset Calibration Normalize the output data from each pixel at the value of 0 or near 0 by using data aquired with no light. 2) Coarse-Gain Calibration Finds the optimum gain setting to have the output voltage from all pixels within in the adjustment range of Programmable Gain Amplifier. 3) Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) Calculates a gain coefficient to make output constant by correcting the output difference among pixels.

4. Filter Processing Changing the resolution and the scaling tends to reduce the image quality. To prevent this, the filter processing needs to be performed according to the resolution. The filter processing includes interpolation processing and averaging.

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1) Interpolation Processing When scanning at higher resolution, the image quality tends to be reduced. This is because one pixel output from the CCD is treated as two image data in the horizontal scanning direction, and one line output of the CCD is treated as two image data in the vertical scanning direction. The interpolation processing is performed to prevent the image quality reduction. Figure 2-15 shows a change in image density by the interpolation processing.

(A)

(B)

(C)

Interpolation processing

(A+B)/2

(B+C)/2

(C+D)/2

Image Density

1 pixel Interpolation processing

Image Density

1 pixel

Figure 2-15

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2) Averaging When scanning at lower resolution, the quality of output tends to be deteriorated. This is because data thining occures more frequently at lower resolution. Averaging is a process to average the data to be thinned and the data to be actually output to prevent the image deterioration.

CCD reading data A B C D E F G H

Output image data

A Thinned data

CCD reading data

Output image data

A' Averaged data=(A+B+C+D)/4

E'

Figure 2-16

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IV. CONTROL SYSTEM


A. Control System Diagram

Host Computer Control Program

USB Controller

IEEE-1394 Controller

+12V

AC Adapter

ASIC DRAM Motor Driver

Analog IC

Scanning Unit

Inverter & Scanning Lamp

Main PCB

Drive Motor

Figure 2-17 B. Main PCB The scanner is not equipped with CPU. Control program in the device driver installed in the host computer includes a control program works as CPU. Control program sends a command to the ASIC in the main PCB, and the ASIC controls the entire scanning operation. The main PCB consists of ASIC, DRAM, USB controller, analog I/C and motor driver.

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V. INTERFACE
A. USB 1. Outline of USB standard CanoScan 9900F employs USB2.0. Features of USB include: 1. USB is an interface to connect peripheral devices to a host computer. 2. Tree-structure can connect 127 devices to a single host computer by using "hub". 3. USB has three data transfer modes including "full speed mode" at 12Mbps, "low speed mode" at 1.5Mbps, and "high speed mode" at 480Mbps (new standard of USB 2.0.) CanoScan 9900F supports USB2.0's "high speed mode". 4. Hot plug (connectable/disconnectable with power supplied) is available. 5. Power source is supplied via USB. 2. Signal Definitons USB uses only two identification signal lines (D+ and D-) to communicate with the host computer.

Pin 1 2 3 4 Shell

Signal VBUS DD+ Signal GND Chassis GND

Chassis

2 3

1 4

Table 2-2 3. Interface Connection USB connector has two plugs: A plug for upper layer and B plug for lower layer.

A Plug To Host Computer

B Plug To Scanner

Figure 2-18

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B. IEEE 1394 1. Outline of IEEE 1394 Standard IEEE is a standard for high-speed serial interface called "Firewire" or "i.LINK" Features of IEEE 1394 includes: 1. No host computer is necessary as communication between peripherals is possible. 2. IEEE uses daisy chain as a connection method, and maximum 63 connections are possible. 3. IEEE transfers data with high-speed serial transfer with three kinds of transfer speed including 100Mbit/s (noted as S100), 200Mbit/s (S200), and 400Mbit/s (S400). CanoScan 9900F supports S100. 4. Hot plug is available. 5. Two kinds of connectors are available: 6-pin-connector with power supply and 4-pinconnector without power supply 2. Signal Definition CanoScan 9900F uses 6-pin-connector as an interface.

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6

SIGNAL VBUS GND Data BData B+ Data AData A+

2 1

4 3

6 5

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DC power is supplied from the supplied AC adapter. Through power regulator, four DC power sources (+3.3V, +5V, +12V and +16.8V) are used in the circuit. +3.3V and +5V are supplied for the digital circuit and linear chip, +5V is for the Analog IC and home position sensor, +16.8V is for the CCD PCB, +12V is for the scanning lamp, and +24 for the motor drive.
Main PCB

+3.3V Regulator

Digital Circuit Home Position Sensor

24V AC Adapter

12V

+5V Regulator

Analog IC

CCD PCB

24V to16.8V Regulator

16.8V to 12V
Regulator

CCD

Motor Driver

Drive Motor

+12V Regulator

Inverter

Scanning Lamp

Inverter FAU

FAU Lamp IR LED

Figure 2-19

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I.

PARTS REPLACEMENT ................. 3-1 A. Precautions ............................. 3-1

E. Attaching the Front Panel ....... 3-9 III. PCBs ............................................ 3-11 A. Removing the Main PCB ....... 3-11 IV. OPTICAL SYSTEM ....................... 3-14 A. Removing the Scanning Unit ............................................... 3-14 B. Removing the Motor Unit ...... 3-22

II.

EXTERNALS .................................. 3-2 A. Removing the Film Adapter Unit . 3-2 B. Removing the Top Cover and the Document Glass Unit .............. 3-3 C. Attaching the Top Cover ......... 3-4 D. Removing the Front Panel ...... 3-5

C. Attaching the Motor Unit ...... 3-23

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I. PARTS REPLACEMENT
A. Precautions * Disconnect the AC adapter, USB cable, and FAU cable from the scanner before replacing the parts. * Wear anti-static gloves and grounding strap around the wrist during the work. * Follow the instructions. Do not remove any screw from the parts that need no replacement. * Store the removed parts in a clean place and do not displace them. * Assemble the scanner by following the replacement procedures backward, unless otherwise specified. * After replacement, check the quantity and shape of the replaced parts.

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II. EXTERNALS
A. Removing the Film Adapter Unit 1) Disconnect the FAU cable. 2) Lift the film adapter unit as shown in Figure 3-1 to remove it.

q FAU Cable w Film Adapter Unit Figure 3-1

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B. Removing the Top Cover and the Document Glass Unit 1) Remove two screws that hold the Top Cover . 2) Remove the Top Cover by holding the front part of the cover and turning it toward the outside.

q Screw w Top Cover e Hook Figure 3-2

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3) Slide the document glass unit backward and lift it. Remove the glass from the scanner.

q Document Glass Unit

Figure 3-3

C. Attaching the Front Panel 1) Make sure that corners of the Top Cover and the Bottom Cover are aligned when screw them to the scanner.

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D. Removing the Front Panel 1) Remove the Front Panel from the scanner. (Refer to III-A Removing the Main PCB) 2) Remove the Top Cover and the Document Glass. 3) Remove the Carriage Unit and the Motor Unit (Refer to IV OPTICAL SYSTEM) 4) Remove a long screw in the center and two short screws on the edge. 5) Press two hooks until they make a snapping sound.

q Hook w Screw e Long Screw

Figure 3-4

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6) Press two hooks on both sides of the front panel inward. Remove the front panel and the button PCB unit from the main frame.

q Front Panel w Button PCB Unit e Hook Figure 3-5

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7) Cut off cable bands and disconnect cables from the main frame. Remove the button PCB unit.
1

q Cable Band

Figure 3-6

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8) Remove three screws and remove the button cable board.

q Screw w Button PCB e Lower Button Cover

Figure 3-7

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E. Attaching the Front Panel 1) Pass the button cables through the main frame. 2) Fix cables to the main frames with cable bands as shown in Figure 3-8

q Cable Band

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3) Attach the button PCB unit to the main frame. 4) Insert the hook of the front panel to the main frame as shown in Figure 3-9.

q Hook Figure 3-9

5) Push the front part of the front panel until it makes a snapping sound.

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III. PCBs
A. Removing the Main PCB 1) Turn the scanner over and remove four screws.

q Screw w Main PCB

Figure 3-10

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2) Lift the main PCB as shown in Figure 3-11 and disconnect the button cable and the motor unit cable.

q Motor Unit Cable w Button Cable Figure 3-11

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3) Turn the main PCB over. Remove screw that holds grounding and the flat cable. Remove the main PCB from the main frame.

3 2 1

q Main PCB w Flat Cable e Screw Figure 3-12

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IV. OPTICAL SYSTEM


A. Removing the Scanning Unit

Note: Lens and mirrors of the scanning unit are factory adjusted. Do not touch the lamp, mirrors, and CCD PCB (shaded area shown in Figure 3-13) of the scanning unit.

Figure 3-13

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1) Remove the main PCB. 2) Remove the top cover and the document glass unit. 3) Remove two screws and remove the cable cover.

q Screw w Cable Cover

Figure 3-14

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4) Slide the scanning unit from the home position by holding the edge of the unit as shown in Figure 3-15.

Figure 3-15

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5) Remove two screws that hold the gear plate 2 . Remove spring from the gear plate 2. 6) Remove screw that holds grounding.

2 1 3 4

q w e r

Grounding Cable Screw Spring Gear Plate 2

Figure 3-16

Note: When installing the gear plate 2, adjust the tension of the timing belt by spring hooked on the gear plate. Then fasten the gear plate on the sliding rod with screws.

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7) Remove two screws that hold the motor unit to the main frame.

q Grounding Cable w Screw

Figure 3-17

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8) Push the sliding rod toward the front panel and slide the edge of the rod aside.

Figure 3-18

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9) Slide the slidng rod backward and lift it as shown in Figure 3-19. Disconnec the motor connector. Remove the sliding unit first and the scanning unit out of the main frame.

q Document Scanning Unit w Sliding Rod e Motor Connector

Figure 3-19

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10) Remove the sliding rod and the timing belt from the scanning unit.

q Scanning Unit w Sliding Rod Figure 3-20

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B. Removing Motor Unit 1) 2) 3) 4) Remove Remove Remove Remove the main PCB. the top cover and the document glass. the scanning unit. a screw that holds the sliding rod to the motor unit.

1 3

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C. Attaching the Motor Unit 1) Apply grease (EM-50L) to the shaft of the gear when attaching the motor unit to the main frame. Make sure that no grease be applied to other parts.

Figure 3-22

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I.

PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS ............................................ 4-1

III. PERIODICAL SERVICING ............... 4-1 IV. SPECIAL TOOLS ............................ 4-1 V. SOLVENTS AND LUBRICANTS ...... 4-1

II.

CONSUMABLE PARTS DURABILITY .................................. 4-1

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None

II. CONSUMABLE PARTS DURABILITY


None

III. PERIODICAL SERVICING


None

IV. SPECIAL TOOLS


None

V. SOLVENTS AND LUBRICANTS


Grease used for disassembly and reassembly of the scanner. Name Tool No. Usage : MOLYKOTE EM-50L : HY9-0007 : To be applied to the shaft of the gear of the motor unit and pulley unit.

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I.

INTRODUCTION ............................. 5-1 A. Initial Check ............................ 5-1 B. Others ...................................... 5-1

C. Scanning Unit Movement Failure ................................................. 5-5 D. Poor Image Quality .................. 5-5 E. Acoustic Noise ........................ 5-5 IV. CANON SCANNER TEST ................ 5-6 A. Outline .................................... 5-6 B. Operating Environment .......... 5-6

II.

TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART ................................................. 5-2 A. Power LED Failure .................. 5-2 B. Communication Failure .......... 5-3

III. PROBLEM, CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION ................... 5-4 A. Power LED Not Lighting ......... 5-4 B. Communication Failure .......... 5-4

C. Functions ................................ 5-7 D. Functions Descriptions .......... 5-8 E. Error Message ....................... 5-16

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I. INTRODUCTION
A. Initial Check Check if the operating environment conforms to the following conditions. * * * * * Line voltage is within 10% of the rated value. Ambient temperature and humidity conform to the operating environment. (Refer to CHAPTER 1, I. SPECIFICATIONS) The scanner is not placed near a water faucet, boiler, humidifier, open flame, or in dusty place. The scanner is not exposed to direct sunlight. If it is inevitable to place the scanner in a sunny place, hang a curtain to shield it from direct sunlight. The scanner is set up in a well-ventilated place.

B. Others When moving the scanner from a cold place to a warmer place, condensation may be formed on the metal parts. Using the scanner with condensation on the body may result in a faulty operation.

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II. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART


A. Power LED Failure

Unlock Lock Switch

Connect AC Adapter

No Power LED is ON ? Table 5-1

Yes Connect USB cable

Figure 5-2

Figure 5-1

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B. Communication Failure

Scan

Communication failed ?

Yes Table 5-2

No

Scanning Unit failed to move ?

Yes Table 5-3

No

Poor image quality ?

Yes Table 5-4

No

Acoustic noise originated ?

Yes Table 5-5

No End

Figure 5-2

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III. PROBLEM, CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION


Defects of CanoScan 9900F may fall into one of five categories listed below: * * * * * Power LED not lighting Communication failure Scanning unit movement failure Poor image quality Acoustic noise

A. Power LED Not Lighting


Possible Cause AC adapter is unplugged from the outlet AC Adapter cable is disconnected from the scanner AC adapter output voltage failure Button PCB failure Main PCB failure Main PCB connection failure Button PCB Main PCB None AC Adapter None Visual check Related Parts None Check Method Visual check Corrective Action Plug the AC adapter into the outlet Connect the AC adapter cable to the power connector on the scanner Output voltage Replace the AC adapter (+24V) check Tester check Tester check (+24V, GND) Visual check Replace the button PCB Replace the main PCB Properly connect the main PCB

Table 5-1 B. Communication Failure

Possible Cause USB cable connection failure Scanner communication failure Scanning unit failure

Related Parts USB cable Main PCB Scanning unit

Check Method Visual check

Corrective Action Connect the USB cable properly

Trial replacement Replace the main PCB Trial replacement Replace the scanning unit

Table 5-2

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C. Scanning Unit Movement Failure

Possible Cause Drive belt broken or worn Gears broken or worn Scanner button failure Drive motor failure

Related Parts Drive belt Pulley Unit Button PCB Motor unit

Check Method

Corrective Action

Trial replacement Replace the drive belt Trial replacement Replace the pulley unit Trial replacement Replace the button PCB Trial replacement Replace the motor unit

Table 5-3 D. Poor Image Quality


Related Parts Scanning lamp does not light Scanning unit Possible Cause or blinks Dirt on document glass Main PCB failure CCD PCB failure Document glass Visual check Clean the document glass Main PCB Trial replacement Replace the main PCB Scanning unit Trial replacement Replace the scanning unit Check Method Visual check Corrective Action Replace the scanning unit

Table 5-4 E. Acoustic Noise

Possible Cause Motor unit failure Main PCB failure Scanning unit failure Dirt on sliding rod Reference sheet is improperly positioned

Related Parts Motor unirt Main PCB Scanning unit None Document glass unit

Check Method Trial replacement Trial replacement Trial replacement Visual check Trial replacement

Corrective Action Replace the motor unit Replace the main PCB Replace the scanning unit Clean the sliding rod Replace the document glass unit

Table 5-5

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IV. CANON SCANNER TEST


A. Outline Canon Scanner Test is a utility software to check if faulty operation of CanoScan 9900F is caused by the hardware or the communication with the host computer. Windows : scantest.exe (Use of an English version or a Japanese version is determined by the Windows.) Macintosh : chk9900e (English) chk9900j (Japanese) B. Operating Environment The Canon Scanner Test requires following environment: Windows platform * CanoScan 9900F * PC/AT Compatibles (Pentium or later) * Windows 98/Me/2000/XP OS * CanoScan 9900F Device Driver Macintosh platform * CanoScan 9900F * Power Macintosh * Macintosh OS (Version 9.0 - 9.2) * CanoScan 9900F Device Driver

Note: Install CanoScan 9900F device driver before the Canon Scanner Test.

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C. Functions 1. USB Information (Windows only) Information of the scanner connected to the USB port on the PC is displayed. If communication between the scanner and the host computer fails, no information will be displayed. 2. Scanner Information Control program of CanoScan 9900F connected to the PC is displayed. If communication between the scanner and the host computer fails, no information will be displayed. 3. Scanner Self Test CanoScan 9900F self test is executed. 4. Scan An image is scanned at any resolution and saved as an image file in the folder of Canon Scanner Test. 5. Film Scan Scann 35mm sleeve negative film by FAU lamp and scann it by IR LED with FARE function. Save the two scanned images files in the folder of Canon Scanner Test. Scann one frame at upper right in the sleeve film holder with resolution fixed at 1600dpi.

Note: Calibration cannnot be used with CanoScan 9900F. (Calibration function is in light gray and unable to click it. )

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D. Functions Descriptions 1. USB Information (Windows only) Select USB Information from the Function menu. The window shown in Figure 5-3 will appear.

Figure 5-3

* * * * *

Vendor Description Device Description Port Name Local Name USB Version

: : : : :

Manufacture of the scanner, "Canon Inc." Product name, "CanoScan 9900F" Port name of the scanner recognized by Windows Product name, "CanoScan 9900F" USB version (USB1.1/USB2.0) that the scanner is operating with.

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2. Scanner Information Select Scanner information from the Function menu The window shown in Figure 5-4 (Windows) or Figure 5-5 (Macintoch) will appear.

Figure 5-4

Figure 5-5

* Vendor ID * Product ID * ROM Version

: Manufacturer name of the scanner "CANON" : "IX-32015H"(CanoScan 9900F) : Firmware version of the control program of the scanner

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4. Scan Select "Scan" from the "Function" menu. The window shown in Figure 5-6 (Window) or Figure 5-7 (Macintosh) will appear.

Figure 5-6

Figure 5-7

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Click "OK" to start scanner selftest. When completed normally, a dialog box shown in Figure 5-8 (Windows) or Figure 5-9 (Macintosh) will appear.

Figure 5-8

Figure 5-9

When an error occurs, refer to "E. Error Message" to take a corrective action.

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4. Scanning Original Select Scan from the Function menu. The display will be either Figure 5-10 (Windows) or Figure 5-11 (Macintosh).

Figure 5-10

Figure 5-11

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* Scan count Set the number to be scanned ranging from 1 to 100. * Resolution (dpi) When the resolution for scanning an image is set at 67/200/400dpi, the entire area of the document glass is scanned. When set at 800/1600/3200dpi, the are of 5mm in width from the reference sheet of the document glass is scanned. * Image handling When Read in memory (no file) is selected, the image is read into the memory and be destroyed. When Save to TIFF file is selected, the image is stored in the file called img0.tif in the folder of the Canon Scanner Test. When scan count is set at 2 or larger number, the scanned images are saved in more than one file including img0.tif file, img1.tif file , and img2.tif file. File space to be saved is as follow: 67 dpi : 1.3MB, 200 dpi : 11.2 MB, 400 dpi : 44.9 MB 800 dpi : 2.4 MB, 1600 dpi : 9.7 MB, 3200 dpi : 29.3 MB

Note : Make sure that there are more disk space on HDD with Canon Scanner Test installed than ones specified above before scanning.

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5. Film Scan Select Film Scan from the Function menu. The window shown in Figure 5-12 (Windows) or Figure 5-13 (Macintosh) will appear.

Figure 5-12

Figure 5-13

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Only an upper right frame of the 35mm sleeve film guide can be scanned (the first frame shown in Figure 5-14.)

Figure 5-14 * Scan count Set a number to be scanned ranging from 1 to 100. When 2 or larger number is set and "Save to TIFF file" is selected, only a file of specified scanning is saved. * Image handling When Read in memory (no file) is selected, the image is read into the memory and be destroyed. When Save to TIFF file is selected, an image file scanned by FAU lamp and and an image file scanned by IR LED are saved. The images scanned by FAU lamp is stored in "Color24_0.tif" file, and the image scanned by IR LED is stored in "IR_0.tif" file. Both files are included in the folder of the Canon Scanner Test. IR.tif is an infrared image scanned with FARE function working. If FARE function works normally, only dirt or dust on the film will be scanned as an image. If FARE function does not work well, IR.tif image will be all in black. When scan count is set at 2 or larger number, the scanned images are saved in more than one file including Color24_0.tif/IR_0.tif, Color24_1. and tif/IR_1.tif. File space to be saved is as follow. Color24_0.tif (1600 dpi) : 10 MB, IR_0.tif (1600 dpi) : 3.3 MB

Note: When scanning a film, the color of the scanned image may appear lighter than that of the original film. This is because the image is not subjec to the image processing yet.

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E. Error Message 1. Unable to find the scanner. Check if the cables are connected properly. Cause : Scanner is not detected by the host computer. Corrective Action : Refer to the II. Troubleshooting Flowchart. 2. Failed to read scanner information. Cause : Scanner is not detected by the host computer. Corrective Action : Refer to the II. Troubleshooting Flowchart. 3. Failed to create a file. Failed to open a file. Failed to close a file. Failed to write-in a file. Cause : Canon Scanner Test is started from a CD-ROM or write-protected HDD. Corrective Action : Copy the Canon Scanner Test on a writable HDD to use. 4. Scanner has problem. Failed to execute scanner self test. Cause : Scanner is not recognized by the host computer. Corrective Action : Refer to the II. Troubleshooting Flowchart. 5. Failed to allocate memory. Cause : Scanner is not recognized by the host computer. Corrective Action : Refer to the II. Troubleshooting Flowchart.

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FIGURE 001 ................................... 6-2

FIGURE 100 ................................... 6-4

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FIGURE 001
1

ACCESSORY

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PART NUMBER

R A N K

Q' T Y

DESCRIPTION

SERIAL NUMBER/REMARKS

001-01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

FE2-0017-000 FE2-0091-000 FE2-0092-000 FE2-0093-000 FE2-0100-000 FE2-0101-000 FE2-0102-000 FE2-0103-000 FE2-0104-000

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

CABLE, USB ADAPTOR, AC ADAPTOR, AC ADAPTOR, AC CABLE, POWER CABLE, POWER CABLE, POWER CABLE, POWER CABLE, POWER JAPAN USA,CAN 220-240V UK / HK KOREA EUR CHINA AUS

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FIGURE 100

SCANNER

6 3

12 12 13

10 7 11 9

11 8 8 19 14

8 19 17 15 16 19 8 4 4 19 18

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PART NUMBER

R A N K

Q' T Y

DESCRIPTION

SERIAL NUMBER/REMARKS

100-01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

FE2-0082-000 FE2-0072-000 FE2-0083-000 FE2-0074-000 FE2-0081-000 FE2-0080-000 FE2-0084-000 FE2-0073-000 FE2-0085-000 FE2-0079-000 FE2-0078-000 FE2-0077-000 FE2-0086-000 FE2-0076-000 FE2-0089-000 FE2-0090-000 FE2-0088-000 FE2-0087-000 FE2-0003-000

1 1 1 3 1 1 1 8 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 4

FILM ADAPTER UNIT SHEET, DOCUMENT PLATEN GLASS ASSEMBLY SCREW, M3X12, SELF-TAPPING LOCK, CARRIAGE COVER, TOP CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY SCREW, M3X8, SELF-TAPPING MOTOR ASSEMBLY SPRING SCREW, M3X8, SELF-TAPPING SCREW, M3X5, BH PLATE, GEAR COVER, CABLE FUNCTION BUTTON ASSEMBLY POWER BUTTON ASSEMBLY KEYBOARD PCB ASSEMBLY MAIN PCB ASSEMBLY FOOT, RUBBER

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APPENDIX

I. II.

GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .......A-1 MAIN PCB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .......A-2

III. CCD PCB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ...... A-11

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I. GENERAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

FAU-S12

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

J1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
XPA XPAGND FAU_DET VCC IRLED XPAGND XPAGND XPAGND

JP1
LAMP_GND LAMP_GND LAMP_PWR LAMP_PWR CCD_PWR CCD_PWR AGND CCD_CK1 CCD_CK2 GND VAROS_PWR AGND ASIC_VAROS CCD_SHG CCD_CP CCD_SHG CCD_RS CCD_SHR VCC AGND MTATHOME AGND AGND CCD_B AGND CCD_G AGND CCD_R
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

Button PCB

Drive Motor

Scanning Unit

Main PCB
Vbus DD+ GND
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6

USB

JP2
1 2 3 4 5 6 5 6

HOTKEY0 HOTKEY1 HOTKEY2 HOTKEY3 LED DGND DGND PWRSW

VP VG TPBN TPB TPAN TPA

IEEE 1394

J2
+24V +24V +24V NC GND
1 2 3 4 5

JP8
OUT1B OUT1A OUT2A OUT2B
1 2 3 4

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A-1

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61

DGND DGND DGND DGND DGND

C20 RP1

C21

C22

C23

R13

II. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

RESET_ DVDD DVDD INTRQ CS_ ALE RD_ WR_ DGND DGND AD0 AD1 AD2 AD3 AD4 AD5 AD6 AD7 DVDD LPS

RTL D0 RTL D1 RTL D2 RTL D3 RTL D4 RTL D5 RTL D6 RTL D7 1 2 3 4 R15 8 7 6 5


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

RP4 DVCC 8 7 6 5
8 7 6 5

DVCC
8

C2

RP5
1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

RTL_CS C51ALE C51RD C51WR RP6


1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

C51AD[0..7] DVCC D1 DVCC INTRQ EL42 R23 R24 DVCC C5 C39 C40 VCC3V A1VCC L1 VCC3V

C38 DGND DGND

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TPBOB TPBO

C1

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R6 TPRIA0 C221 R9 C12 C13 R10
TPAOB TPAO EEDO EEDI EESK EECS DGND AGND CPS AVDD XO XI AVDD AGND AGND AVDD AGND RTSET AVDD AGND AGND AVDD

AA - 2a
C3 EL29 R1 C2 +12V R2 CPS R3 EL30 Y1

A1VCC

C4

C6

C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

DVCC

C16

C17

C18

C19

R14

T2
1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

C24

DGND

DGND DGND DGND

RTL_DRQ RTL_NDACK RTL_NIOW RTL_NIOR

1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

U2

DGND RP2

DGND

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 NC4 NC5 NC6 NC7 TEST1 TEST2 DVDD DRQ DACK_ IOW_ IOR_ DGND D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 AGND TPBIAS1 TPA1 TPA1_ TPB1 TPB1_ AVDD TPBIAS0 TPA0 TPA0_ TPB0 TPB0_ AGND AVDD DVDD DGND DGND PC1 PC2 PC0 R16 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41

C26

PORT1
1 C220 3 5 R19 C28 TPB TPA TPB TPA 4 6 VP VG 2

8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RP3

RTL_D[0..7]

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CCD_G R22 C41 C42 C43 C44 AGND CCD_B C184 C185 R25 C186 AGND AVCC C46 AGND C48 C47 RP7 AGND AGND AGND C45 AGND

VCC

CCD_R

R20

EL37

U3

AGND

C49

VSMP CLMP MCLK

VCC3V 1 3 5 7

DGND

EL3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 RINP AGND2 DVDD1 OEB VSMP RLC/ACYC MCLK DGND SEN DVDD2 SDI SCK OP [0] OP [1] GINP BINP VRLC/VBIAS VRX VRT VRB AGND1 AVDD OP [7]/SDO OP [6] OP [5] OP [4] OP [3] OP [2] 2 4 6 8 1 3 5 7 RP8 2 4 6 8 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15

OP15 OP14 OP13 OP12 OP11 OP10

AGND

C50

OP9 OP8

RP9

SEN SDI

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2 4 6 8

DGND

SCK

1 3 5 7

A-3

R157 Y4 EL32 DGND DGND

L8

C194

C193 YD [0..5]

VCC3V YD [0..5] FAU_LED XPA IRLED

DGND

D22

R156

PLLGND PLLTEST RTL_D7 RTL_D6 RTL_D5 DVCC RTL_D4 RTL_D3 RTL_D2 RTL_D1 RTL_D0 RTL_NIOR RTL_NIOW RTL_NDACK RTL_NDRQ RTL_NCS DGND 51RAM_CS 51_A15 51_ALE 51_NWR 51_NRD 51_AD7 51_AD6 51_AD5 DVCC 51_AD4 51_AD3 51_AD2 51_AD1 51_AD0 CPU_CLK CPU_RST YA7 YA6 YA5 YA4 YA3 YA2 YA1 YA0 YD15 YD14 YD13 YD12 YD11 YD10 YD9 YD8 YD7 YD6 DGND

DGND

208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157

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 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104

EC9 C198 R17 C36 C131

EC10

EC11

EC12

DGND MT_HOME PWR_SAVE LAMP GPIO0 GPIO1 GPIO2 GPIO3 LED HOTKEY0 HOTKEY1 HOTKEY2 HOTKEY3 Y1 Y2 Y3 PHASE1 PHASE2 I01 I11 I21 I31 I02 I12 I22 I32 DVCC DGND ZD0 ZD1 ZD2 ZD3 ZD4 ZD5 ZD6 ZD7 ZD8 ZD9 ZD10 ZD11 ZD12 ZD13 ZD14 ZD15 ZA0 ZA1 ZA2 ZA3 ZA4 ZA5 ZA6 DVCC

AA - 4a
C51AD [0..7] CPU_CLK CPU_RST YA [0..7] C51AD [0..7] C51RD C51WR C51ALE C51_A15 RAM_NCS RTL_CS RTL_DRQ RTL_NDACK RTL_NIOW RTL_NIOR VCC3V RTL_D [0..7] VCC3V C189 YD [6..15] VCC3V C191 C190 DGND VCC3V DGND DGND EL31 C128 YD [6..15] C187 C188 VCC3V DGND C105 DIS_USB USB_PSNT7 SYSBUS15 SYSBUS14 SYSBUS13 SYSBUS12 SYSBUS11 SYSBUS10 SYSBUS9 SYSBUS8 SYSBUS7 SYSBUS6 SYSBUS5 SYSBUS4 SYSBUS3 SYSBUS2 SYSBUS1 SYSBUS0 XA [0..11] XA [0..11] VCC3V nSTORBE BUSY nAUTOFD nSELIN

C192

VCC3V

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U30
C196 SDI R155 SCK SEN SDRAMCLK SNCS SNCAS SNRAS SNWE DGND DQM BS1 BS0 XD [0..15] XD [0..15] R159 R151 R153 R155 ASIC_VAROS R12 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 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 IX1 IOX2 PLVCC RST DIS_USB USB_PSNT SYSBUS15 SYSBUS14 SYSBUS13 SYSBUS12 SYSBUS11 SYSBUS10 SYSBUS9 SYSBUS8 SYSBUS7 SYSBUS6 SYSBUS5 SYSBUS4 SYSBUS3 SYSBUS2 SYSBUS1 SYSBUS0 NSTROBE BUSY NAUTOFD NSELIN MCLK VSMP SDI DGND DVCC SCK SEN CLMP OP15 OP14 OP13 OP12 OP11 OP10 OP9 OP8 R_TG G_TG B_TG PHI1 PHI2 SW RB CLB VAROS DVCC DVCC YD5 YD4 YD3 YD2 YD1 YD0 XPA_LED XPA IRLED DGND XA12 XA11 XA10 XA9 XA8 XA7 XA6 XA5 XA4 XA3 XA2 XA1 XA0 DGND DVCC SDRAMCLK SNCS SNCAS SNRAS SNWE DQM BS1 BS0 XD15 XD14 XD13 XD12 XD11 XD10 XD9 XD8 XD7 XD6 XD5 XD4 XD3 XD2 XD1 XD0 ZA7 DGND VCC3V C98 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 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 C199 ZA [0..7] ZD [0..7] R18 DGND C201 BL6 BL11 BL14 BL8 BL13 BL17 BL15 BL18 EC13 EC14 EC15 EC16 EC17 EC18 EC19 EC20 BL7 BL10 ZD [8..15] ZD [8..15] ZD [0..7] C127 VCC3V DGND MTATHOMS CCD_PWR_SA C200 LAMP FAU_DET DGND LED HOTKEY0 HOTKEY1 HOTKEY2 BL9 HOTKEY3 BL12 BL16 ZA [0..7] Y1 Y2 Y3 PHASE1 PHASE2 I32 I22 I12 I02 I31 I21 I11 I01 DGND

MCLK

C25

DGND R158

DGND

VSMP

VCC3V

C35

C27

C197

R154

DGND

DGND

CLMP

C29

DGND

OP15 OP14 OP13 OP12 OP11 OP10 OP9 OP8 R150

R152

R_TG G_TG B_TG PH1 PH2 SW RB CLB

R154

R156 VCC3V

EC5

EC6

EC7

EC8

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

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DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

DGND

LAMP_PWR EL28 +5VD C212 C52 14 4 R5 L10 EL25 + C87 EL24 G_TG DGND AGND C216 C217 C218 C63 R44 Q5 FAU_LED R45 DGND L18 AGND AGND AGND LAMPGND LAMP L31 R42 Q4 C125 DGND EL23 R_TG VCC3V R41 IRLED R210 DGND C60 C209 C213 C62 C61 + B_TG R39 PHI2 5 U32B EL19 L15 CCD_PWR LAMPGND C56 + C53 C207

LAMP_PWR

F3 C54 LAMPGND

C57

C55

R37

RL1

XPAGND XPAGND

Q1

FG

12

12

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Q2 L2 LAMPGND 1 D2

XPAGND

XPAGND

R38

R40

L29

Q24

Q3

L33

VCC3V

XPAGND

XPAGND

VCC3V

J1

R43

D3

D4

1 2 3

5 6

L19

FAU_DET

D5

C66

DGND DGND

JP1
LAMPGND EL2 +24V EL1 C51 C70 EL27 L28 XPAGND XPAGND R47 C64 AGND R48 L20 XPA R56 C126 R58 HOTKEY1 K1 Q12 DGND C202 DGND VCC3V C90 C89 R7 EL21 MTATHOME AGND AGND AGND C65 C97 C74 DGND AGND VCC3V DGND + C89 VCC CCD_B CCD_G CCD_R R4 ASIC_VAROS VAROS_PWR C219

EL20 SW L9 + AGND LAMPGND LAMPGND LAMPGND EL26 3 C92 R213 U32A 1 2 + C130 LAMPGND PHI1 C58 C59 C210 L16

F5

LAMPGND

XPAGND

EL40

F4

L3

C72 1 2 3 4

C71

U8

+ C68 C67

D7

8 7 6 5

D D D D

S S S G

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

PS2

PS3

LAMPGND

PWRGND

XPAGND

R50 Q7

DGND R211 R214 8 U32C 10 9 R215 RB R216 DGND R212 R8 VCC3V EL22 R217 13 C91 DGND C88 DGND U32D 13 12 R218 CLB R219 DGND

L21 VCC3V D24 DGND C75 C206 DGND R55 R57 R59 Q11 LED K2 C203 DGND DGND DGND C76 Q10 HOTKEY2 HOTKEY0 D25 R54 R52 VCC3V

XPAGND XPAGND VCC3V

K3 1

L22

K2

R204

L23

K1

R208

Q13 R205

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R49 R51 HOTKEY3 K3 C204 DGND DGND Q8

L24

Q14

K0

DGND

L25

DGND

8 HEADER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

L26

C77

JP2

C205

L27

C34

DGND

DGND

PWR_SW

A-5

DGND

8 6 4 2 2 4 6 8

RM1

RM2

EL44

C78

7 5 3 1 1 3 5 7

+5VD RP32

U4
13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21

U5
RP33 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 51_A0 51_A1 51_A2 51_A3 51_A4 51_A5 51_A6 51_A7 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 C51AD0 C51AD1 C51AD2 C51AD3 C51AD4 C51AD5 C51AD6 C51AD7

C51AD0 C51AD1 C51AD2 C51AD3 C51AD4 C51AD5 C51AD6 C51AD7

C82

C81

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36

/EA 35 VSS 22 VDD 44

P0.0 P0.1 P0.2 P0.3 P0.4 P0.5 P0.6 P0.7

DGND RP29 DGND RAM_NOE VSS 14 DGND RAM_NOE C51RD C51WR 20 22 /CS 27 /OE /WE VDD 28

27 26 23 25 4 28 29 3

10 RST

A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

U7
51_A [8..15] C51WR C51RD C51PSEN C51ALE RP30

14 15 12 1 17 16 23 34 11 13

/INT0 /INT1 /INT2 /INT3 T1 T0 P4.0 P4.1 RXD TXD

P2.0 P2.1 P2.2 P2.3 P2.4 P2.5 P2.6 P2.7

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

5 6 7 8 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8

51_A8 51_A9 51_A10 51_A11 51_A12 51_A13 51_A14 51_A15

20 XTAL2 21 XTAL1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1.0 P1.1 P1.2 P1.3 P1.4 P1.5 P1.6 P1.7

/WR /RD /PSEN ALE

18 19 32 33

EL33

C85

Y2

R62

EL34

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51_A [8..15] C84 DGND

C86

51_A8 51_A9 51_A10 51_A11 51_A12 51_A13 51_A14 51_A15

AA - 6a
C51AD [0..7] 51_A [0..7] +5VD C79 GND 16 VCC 32 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 20 VCC 10 GND +5VD RP34 +5VD C83 51_A0 51_A1 51_A2 51_A3 51_A4 51_A5 51_A6 51_A7 C51ALE RP31 1 11 OC G C51AD0 C51AD1 C51AD2 C51AD3 C51AD4 C51AD5 C51AD6 C51AD7

+5VD

+5VD

+5VD

CPU_RST

U6

/WE 31 /OE 24 /CE 22

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51_A0 51_A1 51_A2 51_A3 51_A4 51_A5 51_A6 51_A7 51_A8 51_A9 51_A10 51_A11 51_A12 51_A13 51_A14 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 25 24 21 23 2 26 1 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7

R60

DGND

A18 1 A17 30 A16 2

DGND

DGND

INTRQ

C51PSEN

RP10 1 2 3 4 RP12 RP15 1 2 3 4 RP16 RP17 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 R169 R171 R173 R174 R177 R178 VCC3V C100 R181 DGND R185 DQM SNCS R187 R190 SNWE SDRAMCLK R188 DGND DGND DGND EC22 C106 C107 C108 C109 VCC3V SNRAS SNCAS R182 18 RAS 17 CAS VSS1 28 VSS2 41 VSS3 54 DGND C101 C102 VDD1 1 VDD2 14 VDD3 27 C103 C104 C105 36 NC1 40 NC2 20 BA0 21 BA1 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 RP20 1 2 3 4 VCC3V BS0 BS1 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 RP21 8 7 6 5 VCC3V 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

U19
RP11

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

U20

RP13

RP14 RP18 1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

R167

R168

RP19 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5

R170

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YA0 YA1 YA2 YA3 YA4 YA5 YA6 YA7 YA8 YA9 YA10 YA11 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 ADD_0 ADD_1 ADD_2 ADD_3 ADD_4 ADD_5 ADD_6 ADD_7 ADD_8 ADD_9 ADD_10/AP ADD_11 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 XD0 XD1 XD2 XD3 XD4 XD5 XD6 XD7 XD8 XD9 XD10 XD11 XD12 XD13 XD14 XD15 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 VCC3V DGND 9 43 49 3 39 15 19 38 37 16 UDQM LDQM CS CLK CKE WE VDDQ1 VDDQ2 VDDQ3 VDDQ4 9 43 49 3 C110 VSSQ1 VSSQ2 VSSQ3 VSSQ4 6 12 46 52 C111 C112 C113 6 12 46 52 C211 + RP23 RP25 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RP27 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 VCC3V 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 RP28 1 2 3 4 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 ZD0 ZD1 ZD2 ZD3 ZD4 ZD5 ZD6 ZD7 ZD8 ZD9 ZD10 ZD11 ZD12 ZD13 ZD14 ZD15 C114 C115 C116 VCC3V DGND C117 C118 C119 C120 9 43 49 3 6 12 46 52 DGND

XA0 XA1 XA2 XA3 XA4 XA5 XA6 XA7 XA8 XA9 XA10 XA11

R172

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35

ADD_0 ADD_1 ADD_2 ADD_3 ADD_4 ADD_5 ADD_6 ADD_7 ADD_8 ADD_9 ADD_10/AP ADD_11

R175

BS0 BS1

R176

20 BA0 21 BA1

DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15

VCC3V

36 NC1 40 NC2

DGND

VDD1 1 VDD2 14 VDD3 27

YD0 YD1 YD2 YD3 YD4 YD5 YD6 YD7 YD8 YD9 YD10 YD11 YD12 YD13 YD14 YD15

SNRAS SNCAS

R179

R180

18 RAS 17 CAS

VSS1 28 VSS2 41 VSS3 54

DQM SNCS

R183

R184

R189

SNWE

39 15 19 38 37 16

UDQM LDQM CS CLK CKE WE

VDDQ1 VDDQ2 VDDQ3 VDDQ4

SDRAMCLK

R186

EC21

VSSQ1 VSSQ2 VSSQ3 VSSQ4

DGND

RP22

U21

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

RP24

RP26

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

ZA0 ZA1 ZA2 ZA3 ZA4 ZA5 ZA6 ZA7 XA8 XA9 XA10 XA11

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35

ADD_0 ADD_1 ADD_2 ADD_3 ADD_4 ADD_5 ADD_6 ADD_7 ADD_8 ADD_9 ADD_10/AP ADD_11

R191

BS0 BS1

R192

20 BA0 21 BA1

36 NC1 40 NC2

DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15

VCC3V

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R193

DGND

VDD1 1 VDD2 14 VDD3 27

SNRAS SNCAS

R194

18 RAS 17 CAS

VSS1 28 VSS2 41 VSS3 54

R195

DQM SNCS

R196

SNWE

R198

39 15 19 38 37 16

UDQM LDQM CS CLK CKE WE

VDDQ1 VDDQ2 VDDQ3 VDDQ4

SDRAMCLK

R197

EC23

VSSQ1 VSSQ2 VSSQ3 VSSQ4

DGND

A-7

AA - 8a
MOT_PWR EL4 C137 + C138 C139 MOTORGND PFD R93 R95 R97 DGND MOTOERGND C140 I31 R101 DGND DGND + C141 R98 +12V

L11

L12

JP6

1 2 3 4

L13

L14

C121 C122 C123 C124

MOTORGND

R94

U23

U24

R96

MOTORGND

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24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 NC1 NC7 PFD VBB REF OUTB NC2 NC6 RC D0 GND GND GND GND D3 SENSE VCC NC5 OUTA PHASE D2 NC4 NC3 D1 NC1 NC7 PFD VBB REF OUTB NC2 NC6 RC D0 GND GND GND GND D3 SENSE VCC NC5 PHASE OUTA D2 NC4 NC3 D1 I21 MOTOERGND R102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 R103 C142 I01 I11 C93 C144 MOTORGND R109 C145 C146 DGND DGND DGND DGND DGND PHASE1 VCC R108 C143 C94 Q16 R105 Y1 Q17 R106 DGND VCC R110 R112 R113 Q9 Y3 C147 R111 DGND DGND

I32

MOTORGND

I22

R104

PHASE2 R107 Q18 Y2 Y3

I12 IO2

DGND

PFD

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DGND

+24V +12V

5 6 7 8

R201 EL5 V0
GND

U25
V1 C214 C153 PS7 1 12 2 C155 + C156

D D D D

U31
+24V R118 R151 AGND C37 CCD_PWR Q22 AGND C154 C208 MOT_PWR

AVCC + C215

L17

R200

R131 EL43 VCC C168

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+ C150 AGND D21 PS4 1 12 2 12 R209 AGND GP101 AGND PWRGND PS6 1 12 2 2 C99 Q23 CCD_PWR_SW R153 L32 C152 R152 PS8 1 12 2 MOTORGND LAMPGND UGND VCC3V R123 C161 R125 R124 R126 R127 R128 + C160 R129 C80 +24V L5 PWRGND +5VD PWRGND C165 C163 C164 R130 D19 + C166 + C129 Q26 SW_C SW_E TC GND D_C IS VCC INV
1

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AGND +12V L30 C96 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 C167 R207 2 F6 + LAMP_PWR VAROS_PWR

F2

F1

J2

C148

C149

T1

4 3 2 1

PWR_SW

G S S S

R199

C151

PS5

PWRGND

III. CCD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

DGND

+24V

DGND

R119

R120

R121

R122

L4

C157

C158

C159

1 2 3 4

PWRGND

SW_C SW_E TC GND

D_C IS VCC INV

8 7 6 5

D18

C162

U26

PWRGND

PWRGND

C1

PWRGND

+24V

R132

R133

R134

U27
PWRGND PWRGND C15

D23 R135 R206 R203 PWRGND PWRGND PWRGND PWRGND R202 PWRGND PWRGND PWRGND PWRGND Q25 2

L6

C169 R136 C173 + C172 C95

C170

C171

PWRGND R137

1 2 3 4

SW_C SW_E TC GND

D_C IS VCC INV

8 7 6 5

D20

C174

U28

PWRGND

PWRGND PWRGND

C14

A-9

PWRGND

FG

PR1

U29
GPIO7 GPIO6 DATA15 DATA14 DATA13 DATA12 DGND DVCC DATA11 DATA10 DATA9 DATA8

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

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

USB2_AVDD nSTROBE UWAIT#


GPIO3 GPIO4 GPIO5

AVCC XO XI AGND TEST0 GPIO3 GPIO4 ASTRB GPIO5 DSTRB CLKOUT WAIT

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PS9
1 12 2 1 2 3 4 USB2_DVDD DGND C178 PR2 R11 DGND SYSBUS [8..11]
IOD15 IOD14 IOD13 IOD12 DGND USB2_DVDD IOD11 IOD10 IOD9 IOD8

AA - 10a
USB2_AVDD USB_BUS_PWR L7 USB2_AVDD DMH DPH EL41 R139 R138

VCC3V

USB2_DVDD

JP7
1 2 3 4 DATA_M DATA_P C175 R141 C176 C177 R140 DMF DPF

8 7 6 5 SYSBUS [12..15]

SYSBUS15 SYSBUS14 SYSBUS13 SYSBUS12

USB2_DVDD

USB2_DVDD

R142

USB_BUS_PWR

1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 SYSBUS11 SYSBUS10 SYSBUS9 SYSBUS8

USB2_DVDD PR3

R143

R144 SYSBUS [4..7]

HOTKEY0

USB_PSNT C179 DGND PR4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 SYSBUS3 SYSBUS2 SYSBUS1 SYSBUS0 R148 IOD3 IOD2 IOD1 IOD0

HOTKEY0 HRST# GPIO2

USB2_AVDD

R146

IOD7 IOD6 IOD5DGND IOD4

1 2 3 4 USB2_DVDD

8 7 6 5

SYSBUS7 SYSBUS6 SYSBUS5 SYSBUS4

R145

C180

DGND RREF

RPU USB2_AVDD DPF DPH DMF DMH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 GPIO1 RESET GPIO2 SUSPEND RPU AVCC DPF DPH DMF DMH AGND RREF USB2_DVDD DATA7 DATA6 DATA5 DATA4 DGND DVCC DATA3 DATA2 DATA1 DATA0 WR VALIDH

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

UGND

USB2_DVDD SYSBUS [0..3] VALIDH nSTROBE

R147

R149

BUSY

C181

BUSY

R150 nAUTOFD nAUTOFD HOTKEY3 DGND

UGND

EL35 HOTKEY2 Y3 HOTKEY1

EL36

nSELIN

nSELIN

C182

C183

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DGND

C1 +12V_CCD C2 C3

+5V_CCD R1 R3 4 U1B CCD_SW +5V_CCD C7 AGND 2 U6A CCD_CK2 1 R5 Q1 R4 OUT_B C27 R22 AGND C21 R19 AGND 6 U3C 12 U6F R6 AGND 8 U3D 9 CCD_CK1 R8 Q2 C6 R20 4 U6B AGND C8 R12 8 U1D CCD_SHB R14 12 U1F 13 CCD_SHG Q3 C28 R13 AGND C29 AGND VAROS_PWR D1 HOME_SENSER C31 AGND AGND AGND CCD_RS CCD_CP ASIC_VAROS R17 VO EL1 VAROS_PWR C33 AGND C34 R25 R26 3 2 1 C38 AGND +12V_CCD +5V_CCD C32 AGND C13 C12 AGND AGND AGND C37 AGND LAMP_PWR C36 LAMPGND LAMPGND AGND HOME_SENSER CCD_CK2 CCD_PWR 1 2 9 AGND OUT_R CCD_CK2 AGND 10 U6E 11 C23 AGND R16 3 R10 AGND OUT_G C4 13 5 C22 AGND AGND AGND 3 AGND
SMD

AGND

CCD_RS

U1A

R2

C19 AGND

U5

AGND

CCD_CP

U1C

AGND R2

GND

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AGND R15 AGND AGND Q4

C20

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

22 R G 21 TGND B 20 RS OD 19 CP SW 18 PH1 PH2 17 NC NC 16 NC TGND 15 PH2 PH2 14 PH1 PH1 13 SHR SHV 12 TGND SHG

AGND

CCD_CK1

R7

U3B

C24

AGND

+12V_CCD

11 U3E

10

AGND

C5

CCD_CK2

9 U6D

R9

C25

III. CCD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

U6C

AGND

CCD_SHR

11

U1E

10

R11

C30

C10

AGND

AGND +5V_CCD

R24

CCD_CK1

1 U3A

C26

DGND

AGND

R23

JP2

VCC C39 C40 AGND

CN1
OUT_R OUT_G OUT_B CCD_SW

13 U3F

12

ASIC_VAROS

EL3

VCC

+5V_CCD

C35 VI

C14

C15

U4

CCD_SHR C41 CCD_SHG CCD_SHB AGND CCD_CK1 LAMP_PWR C42 C9 CCD_PWR

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

CCD_PWR

AGND

AGND AGND

C11

EL2

JP1

AGND

LAMP_PWR

1 2

C17

C18

C16

JP3
AGND

A - 11

LAMPGND LAMPGND LAMPGND

LAMPGND

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