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SERVICE NOTES

FJ-50 / 40
Structure & Spare Parts

Electrical Section

Replacement of Main Parts

Adjustment

Supplemental Information

Troubleshooting

Service Activities

Contents
1 Structure & Spare Parts

4 Adjustment

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

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

COVERS ...................................................................................... 1
FRAME ......................................................................................... 2
DRIVE UNIT ................................................................................. 4
BASE FRAME .............................................................................. 5
CHASSIS ..................................................................................... 6
PINCH ROLLER ........................................................................... 7
AUTO CUTTER ............................................................................ 7
INK SYSTEM ................................................................................ 8
PUMP SYSTEM ........................................................................... 9
INK JET CARRIAGE ................................................................... 10
ACCESSORIES .......................................................................... 12
STAND (PNS-50/40) ................................................................... 13
TUC-60/70_CONTROL BOX ....................................................... 14
TUC-60/70_OTHERS .................................................................. 15
TUC-60/70_ACCESSORIES ....................................................... 16
TU-60/70 ..................................................................................... 16

2 Electrical Section
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4

WIRING MAP .............................................................................. 17


MAIN BOARD ASS'Y .................................................................. 18
SUB BOARD ASS'Y .................................................................... 28
ELECTRIC MAINTENANCE PART ............................................. 30

3 Replacement of Main Parts


3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7

HEAD_REPLACEMENT ............................................................. 31
CLEANING WIRE_REPLACEMENT ........................................... 36
CAPPING ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT ................................... 37
MAIN BOARD_REPLACEMENT ................................................. 39
BATTERY FIXING ....................................................................... 40
ENCODER SCAL_REPLACEMENT ........................................... 43
CARRIAGE WIRE_REPLACEMENT .......................................... 45

Special Tool ................................................................................. 50


Service Mode .............................................................................. 51
HOW TO UPDATE FIRMWARE ................................................. 63
HEAD RANK SETTING ............................................................... 64
HEAD ALIGNMENT .................................................................... 66
CAPPING POSITION ADJUSTMENT ......................................... 72
FLUSHING ADJUSTMENT ......................................................... 75
PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT ..................................... 76
LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE ...................................................... 79
LINEAR ENCODER SETUP ....................................................... 80
CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT ..................................... 81
MOTOR BALANCE ADJUSTMENT ............................................ 82
HEAD CARRIAGE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ............................... 85
CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION) .................................... 88
CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT ............................. 90

5 Supplemental Information
5-1 OPERATIONAL SEQUENCE ...................................................... 92
5-2 SENSOR MAP ............................................................................ 94

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 PRINTING PROBLEM ................................................................. 95
6-2 FILL INK PROBLEM .................................................................... 96
6-3 ERROR MESSAGE ..................................................................... 97

7 Service Activities
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4

INSTALLATION CHECK LIST ..................................................... 98


MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST .................................................... 99
SERVICE REPORT ................................................................... 100
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 103

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Revision 1

Second Edition
FJ-50/40 '00.Jan.ZZ
Unauthorized copying or transferral, in whole or in part, of this manual is prohibited.
Copyright 1998 ROLAND DG CORPORATION

Printed in Japan

4682-01

Revision Record
Revision
No.

Date

Description of Changes

Approval

Issued by

1998.11.1

First Edition

Mineno

Shigenoya

Inagaki

Kaneko

Cover Changed : Revision No.


Cover Addition : Revision Record
1

2000.1.13

P.35 Addition : Reset the dot counts


P.36 Changed : the direction of the Cleaning Wiper
P.86. 87 Changed : The width between the Head and the Bed

Revision
No.

Date

Description of Changes

Approval

Issued by

To Ensure Safe Work

To Ensure Safe Work


About

and

Notices

Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of death or
severe injury should the unit be used improperly.

Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of injury or
material damage should the unit be used improperly.
* Material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with
respect to the home and all its furnishings, as well to domestic animals or
pets.

About the Symbols

symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings. The specific meaning
The
of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. The symbol at left
means "danger of electrocution."

The
symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The
specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle.
The symbol at left means not to touch.

The
symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that
must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. The symbol at left
means the power-cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.

About the Labels Affixed to the Unit

Turn off the primary power SW


before servicing.
Power SW still supplied even secondary
SW is turned off.

Do not recharge, short-circuit,


disassemble the lithium battery, nor
put it into fire.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Do not use the lithium battery by


mixing the new one with the old one
nor mixing the different types
together.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Put tape around the lithium battery


for insulation for disposal or
preservation.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

About the Labels Affixed to the Unit


These labels are affixed to the body of this product.
The following figure describes the location.

Electric charge.
Do not touch when power is on.

In addition to the

and

: Tips and advice before the adjustment.

symbols, the symbols shown below are also used.

80
100

: Indicates amount for Pen Pressure and Tension.

gf

: Indicates tightening torque.

kgfcm

Torque

mm

2.4
2.6

: Indicates clearance.

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1 Structure & Spare Parts


1-1 COVERS

PARTS LIST-Main PartsParts No.


1 22095105
2 22095106
3 22095104
4 22095103
5 22095107
6 22095108
7 22805308
8 22805307
9 22805319
10 22805320
11 22025293
12 22025292
13 22025289
14 22025290
15 22025294
16 22115763
17 22115762
18 22325106
19 22325113
20 21645101
21 22485104
22 12479103
23 22535127
24 22535128

Parts Name
APRON,B FJ-40
APRON,B FJ-50
APRON,F FJ-40
APRON,F FJ-50
APRON,F UNDER FJ-40
APRON,F UNDER FJ-50
ASS'Y,COVER SIDE L FJ-50
ASS'Y,COVER SIDE R FJ-50
ASS'Y,COVER FRONT FJ-40
ASS'Y,COVER FRONT FJ-50
COVER,I/C FJ-50
COVER,PUMP FJ-50
COVER,RAIL FJ-40
COVER,RAIL FJ-50
COVER,TOP FJ-50
FRAME,COVER F FJ-40
FRAME,COVER F FJ-50
HINGE,001
HINGE,006
HOOK,INT SW CM-500
KNOB FJ-50
KNOB,UGF-50
LABEL,HI-FI JET FJ-50 #928
LABEL,SET INK FJ-50 #929

FJ-40
FJ-50

25 22535134

LABEL,CAUTION COVER FJ50 #LA14

26 22535129

LABEL,CORPORATE LOGOTYPE #936

27 15029402

LCD RCM2065R-A 16*2


PANEL BOARD ASS'Y FJ-50
PLATE,COVER F FJ-40
PLATE,COVER F FJ-50
PLATE,F COVER CM-500
SHEET,PANEL SW FJ-50
SPACER,HINGE FJ-50
LABEL,BLIND CM-500 NO.889

28 7468211010
29 22055383
30 22055382
31 22055356
32 22665242
33 22165184
34 22535113

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 SCREW BINDING HEAD


2 SCREW BINDING HEAD
3 SCREW W-SEMS
4 SCREW W-SEMS
5 SCREW W-SEMS
6 SCREW W-SEMS

BC
BC
BC
BC
BC
BC

3X4
3X6
3X6
4X6
3X10
4X10

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-2 FRAME

1 Structure & Spare Parts

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


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
53
54
55

Parts No.
21905134
22165129
22805312
22805311
22355660
22355662
22175870
22115106
22005116
22005115
12159563
22165165
22025298
21715104
22115758
22115757
21685119
22135552
22135553
22135550
22135551
22135544
21655131
21895123
21895122
22145436
22145434
15229705
22055316
22055369
22055368
22055370
22055377
22055378
22135554
22115760
22185356
22185357
22185358
22185359
15229505
22075115
22075114
22295172
22295170
22295176
22295175
22665235
22665227
22125425
22165173
22165172
22175122
22175164
22035133

Parts Name
ADAPTER,RAIL FJ-50
AL SPACER
ASS'Y,GRIT ROLLER FJ-40
ASS'Y,GRIT ROLLER FJ-50
BASE,RAIL FJ-50
BASE,SHAFT OILES FJ-50
BEARING 10-19ZZ
BEARING HOUSING A
BED,FJ-40
BED,FJ-50
BUSH,80F-1006
COLLAR
COVER,GEAR FJ-50
FAN,SCIROCCO 109BF24HA2-10
FRAME,SIDE L FJ-50
FRAME,SIDE R FJ-50
GEAR,S300S10
GUIDE ,TUBE FJ-40
GUIDE ,TUBE FJ-50
GUIDE,CABLE FJ-40
GUIDE,CABLE FJ-50
GUIDE,TUBE POM FJ-50
HOLDER,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70

FJ-40
FJ-50

56 22715165
57 22715164
58 22715163
59 22715158
60 22715157
61 22715156
62 22715159
63 22715162
64 22325421

STAY,LINEAR SCALE FJ-40


STAY,LINEAR SCALE FJ-50
STAY,LINEAR SPRING FJ-50
STAY,RAIL L FJ-50
STAY,RAIL R FJ-50
STAY,SENSOR FJ-50
STAY,SENSOR PINCH FJ-50
STAY,TUBE FJ-50
SUPPORT,LINEAR SCALE FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BUSH NB-19
2 CLAMP WIRE PLWS-1U
3 CLIP CA-19

L-BEARING,3RSR9KZUUCS+1540LM

4 NUT HEXAGONAL

L-BEARING,3RSR9KZUUCS+1760LM

5 PIN SPRING

p SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP+FW

Cr M4
SUS 2.5X8
ETW-3
ETW-7
BC 3X6
BC 3X6
BC 3X8
Cr 3X8
BC 4X20
BC 4X15
BC 4X4
BC 4X6
BC 3X4
BC 2.6X6
BC 3X8
BC 3X6
BC 4X10
Cr 3X4
Cr 4X12

LEVER,CAM PINCH FJ-50


LEVER,SHAFT P FJ-50

6 RING E-RING

PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1

8 SCREW BINDING HEAD

PLATE,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70


PLATE,SHUTTER L FJ-40
PLATE,SHUTTER L FJ-50
PLATE,SHUTTER R FJ-50
PLATE,STOPPER FJ-50
PLATE,TUBE GUIDE FJ-50
GUIDE,INK TUBE FJ-50
FRAME,PUMP FJ-50
RAIL,ENCODER FJ-40
RAIL,ENCODER FJ-50
RAIL,GUIDE FJ-40
RAIL,GUIDE FJ-50
SENSOR,INTERRUPTER GP2A25
SET,G-ROLLER FJ-40
SET,G-ROLLER FJ-50
SHAFT,PINCH 10 FJ-40
SHAFT,PINCH 10 FJ-50
SHAFT,X DRIVE FJ-40
SHAFT,X-DRIVE FJ-50
SHEET,LINEAR SCALE CJ-60
SHEET,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70
SHUTTER,FJ-50
SPACER,BED LOWER FJ-50
SPACER,BED UPPER FJ-50
SPRING,BACKUP PNC-960
SPRING,LEVER FJ-50
STAND,LEVER FJ-50

9 SCREW BINDING HEAD P-TIGHT

[ SCREW PAN HEAD

Cr 3X5

] SCREW PAN HEAD+FW

Cr 3X4

A SCREW SOCKET SET WP

Cr 3X3
BC 3X6
BC 3X40
BC 3X12
BC 4X8
BC 4X6
L=1576MM
L=1351MM
Cr 4X10X0.8
Cr 3X8
BC 3X5

7 RING E-RING

0 SCREW BINDING HEAD P-TIGHT


{ SCREW FLANGE SOCKET
} SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
q SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
w SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
e SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
r SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
t SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
y SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
u SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
i SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
o SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP

S SCREW W-SEMS
D SCREW W-SEMS
F SCREW W-SEMS
G SCREW W-SEMS
H SCREW W-SEMS
J TAPE REFLECTION FNS50 8X10
K TAPE REFLECTION FNS50 8X10
L WASHER FLAT
: SCREW HEX.CAP+SPW+NYLOCK
a SCREW SOCKET SET WP

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-3 DRIVE UNIT

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


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

Parts No.
22805310
22805309
22805209
11869103
22355661
22175815
23505426
23505425
23505433
23505436
23505431
23505435
23505432
23505421
21365103
13169102
22025295
21995109
21685116
21345101
12399102
22055374
12179723
21975117
15229506
22145122
22295117
22295118
22185101

FJ-40
FJ-50

Parts Name
ASS'Y,MOTOR X FJ-50
ASS'Y,MOTOR Y FJ-50
ASS'Y,PULLEY HD48.46S16 CJ-70
BALL,4MM
BASE,MOTOR Y FJ-50
BEARING F8-16ZZ
CABLE-ASSY C ENCORDER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY C POWER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY COVER SW FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY G ENCODER FJ-40
CABLE-ASSY G ENCODER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY G POWER FJ-40
CABLE-ASSY G POWER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY SENSOR FJ-50
CASE,LOCK CJ-70
COVER SW R (AVT32344)
COVER,INT SW FJ-50
FLANGE,MOTOR FJ-50
GEAR,H235S20(B8)
LOCK,STAY CJ-70
MAGNET CATCH TL-105
PLATE,SENSOR CARRIAGE FJ-50
PULLEY WITH BEARING
PULLEY,HD48.46S16(B31C36.5)

30 22175134
31 22175160
32 22035136
33 22715161
34 21945123
35 21945122

SPRING,A CJ-70
SPRING,LOCK FJ-50
STAND,PULLEY FJ-50
STAY,MOTOR FJ-50
WIRE,Y FJ-40
WIRE,Y FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BINDER T-18L

204MM

2 BINDER T-18S

80MM

3 CUSHION RUBBER K17


4 RING E-RING
5 SCREW BINDING HEAD
6 SCREW BINDING HEAD
7 SCREW BINDING HEAD
8 SCREW FLANGE SOCKET
9 SCREW FLANGE SOCKET
0 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
{ SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
} SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
q SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
w SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
e SCREW W-SEMS
r SCREW W-SEMS

SENSOR,INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5

t SCREW W-SEMS

SHAFT STAY NO.1


SHAFT,LOCK CJ-70
SHAFT,PULLEY CJ-70
SLIDER,LOCK CJ-70

y SCREW W-SEMS
u SCREW W-SEMS
i SCREW W-SEMS
o WASHER FLAT

ETW-6
BC 3X10
BC 3X4
BC 2.3X8
Cr 3X8
Cr 3X6
BC 3X6
Cr 4X8
BC 4X10
BC 3X12
BC 4X8
BC 3X6
BC 3X12
BC 4X8
BC 4X15
BC 4X10
BC 4X6
Cr 4X10X0.8

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-4 BASE FRAME


2
7
2
2

CHASSIS

17

15

3
6
4

13

13

5
8

12
11
8
10
8,9
14
1
4

1
16

5
3

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5

Parts No.
21985120
23505420
23505423
22335127
11369108

6 7468211030
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

12399334
22115756
22115754
22115755
22505244
22505122
21575109
22155763
22055376
22055317

17 22425107U0

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

Parts Name
BRACKET,INK CATCH TANK FJ-50
CABLE-ASS'Y POWER FJ-50

CABLE-ASSY FAN JUNCTION FJ-50

CAP,BOTTLE PMP CJ-70


CASE,PMP BOTTLE
FAN JUNCTION BOARD ASS'Y
FILTER(E),TFC-16-8-13
FRAME,AL FJ-40
FRAME,AL FJ-50
FRAME,SUB R FJ-50

5
6
7
8

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name
SCREW "HIPICK"(WHITE)
SCREW W-SEMS
SCREW W-SEMS
SCREW W-SEMS
SCREW W-SEMS
SPACER PCB-8L
SPACER PCB-8S
TIE RT30SSF5

3X10
BC 3X6
SUS 3X8
BC 4X6
BC 4X8

LABEL,FLASH-LIGHTING NO.E-582
LABEL,WARNING FUSE REPLACE#347

NUT,BOSS H14MM S3MM N3MM


OILES BUSH 80F-0806
PLATE,CHASSIS FJ-50
PLATE,INK CATCH TANK CJ-70
POWER UNIT SWITCHING FJ-50

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-5 CHASSIS

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Parts No.
13429746
15009101
23505462
23505463
23505419
23475150
23475151
23475153
22815131
11769103
12399334

12 7468211040
13 22505242
14 22535117
15 7468214000
16 13129170
17 23505899
18 23505420

Parts Name
AC INLET SUP-J3G-E+FILTER
BATTERY CR2032
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI A FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI B FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI D FJ-50
CABLE-CARD 20P 420L BB
CABLE-CARD 22P 120L BB

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BUSH SQUARE SB-4025


2 CLAMP WIRE PLWS-1U
3 CLIP FLAT CABLE
4 SCREW BINDING HEAD
5 SCREW OVAL HEAD
6 SCREW W-SEMS
7 SPACER PUSH

CABLE-CARD 28P 2280L BB HIGH-V

8 TIE RT30SSF5

CHASSIS,FJ-50
CLAMP MFC-3000
FILTER(E),TFC-16-8-13
I/F BOARD ASS'Y FJ-50
LABEL,EARTH MARK-1 NO.E-580
LABEL,POWER CM-500 NO.893
MAIN BOARD ASS'Y FJ-50
POWER SW AJ7201B
WIRE,C GRX-410
CABLE-ASSY POWER FJ-50

9 WASHER IN SIDE TEETH

MFC-1000
SUS 4X5
BC 3X8
BC 3X6
PS-4-01
Cr M4

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-6 PINCH ROLLER

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5
6
7

Parts No.
22805313
22145433
22055361
21505108
22295173
22295174
22175162

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

Parts Name
ASS'Y,P-ROLLER FJ-50
LEVER,PINCH FJ-50
PLATE,PINCH FJ-50
ROLLER,PINCH FJ-50
SHAFT,PINCH 18 FJ-50
SHAFT,PINCH 22.5 FJ-50
SPRING,PINCH 700 FJ-50

1 PIN PARALLEL

SUS 2X15H7
ETW-2

2 RING E-RING

1-7 AUTO CUTTER

5
4
6

4
7
2

2
5

1
8
6
1

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Parts No.
22805292
22805291
22805306
22355656
22055372
21495115
22175154
22175155

Parts Name
ASS'Y,CLAMP BLADE CM-500
ASS'Y,HOLDER BLADE CM-500
ASS'Y,PLATE CAM SLIDE FJ-50
BASE,CUTTER CM-500
PLATE,WIRE FJ-50
SCREW,BLADE SET CM-500
SPRING,BLADE UP CM-500
SPRING,SCREW CM-500

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BUSH ROLL
2 BUSH ROLL
3 SCREW BINDING HEAD
4 SCREW BINDING HEAD
5 SCREW FLAT HEAD
6 SCREW TRUSS HEAD

3X5
2X4
BC 3X10
BC 3X6
BC 3X6
BC 2X6

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-8 INK SYSTEM

2
4
2
2

7
1

1
10

3
6

3
9

12
3
8
11
4
4

13

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5
6

Parts No.
11909133
23505422
12029300
22025297
11659152
11659149

7 7468211070
8
9
10
11
12
13

22055364
22055362
22055365
22165179
22175167
22035131

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

Parts Name
ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50

1 SCREW BINDING HEAD S-TIGHT

CABLE-ASSY INKTANK-SENS FJ-50

2 SCREW W-SEMS

COVER,HOLDER I/C FJ-50


COVER,INK FJ-50
HOLDER,INK CARTRIDGE FJ-50
HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50

3 SCREW W-SEMS

INKTANK SENS BOARD ASS'Y FJ-50

PLATE,HOLDER I/C FJ-50


PLATE,INK FJ-50
PLATE,INK JOINT FJ-50
SPACER,INK FJ-50
SPRING,CARTRIDGE FJ-50
STAND,INK CARTRIDGE FJ-50

4 SCREW W-SEMS

Cr 3X6
BC 3X6
BC 3X12
BC 4X6

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-9 PUMP SYSTEM


1
10
1
4

6
2

7
3

4
3

4
4

7
6
5

4
11
9

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Parts No.
12809269
12809268
22355663
21685122
21685120
22055367
22055366
22165178
22035132
11379105
22505302

Parts Name
ASS'Y PUMP FJ-50
ASS'Y,CAP FJ-50
BASE,CAP FJ-50
GEAR,S10(S20)
GEAR,S34S4.3
PLATE,MOTOR FJ-50
PLATE,SLIDER FJ-50
SPACER,6FAI FJ-50
STAND,CAP FJ-50
WIPER,HEAD ASP FJ-50
X-MOTOR

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BINDER T-18S
2 SCREW SOCKET SET WP
3 SCREW W-SEMS
4 SCREW W-SEMS
5 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP+FW
6 TUBE 1.4FAI

80MM
Cr 3X3
BC 3X10
BC 3X6
Cr 4X12
L=400MM

7 CLAMP WIRE PLWS-1U

13

10

36

16

16

28

23
23

40

11

t
14

28

41

34

34

39

18

35
}
2
{

18

20

4
29

24

} 32

25

7
7

} 32

17

26

12
27

21

25

19

30

31

9
22
6
31

9,10

37,38

15

33
}

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-10 INK JET CARRIAGE

1 Structure & Spare Parts

PARTS LIST -Main Parts-

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name
ADAPTER,TUBE FJ-50

1 BINDER T-18L

ASS'Y,CABLE-CARD 24P1 220L BB

2 CLAMP WIRE PLWS-1U

BASE,AUTO CUT FJ-50


BASE,CARRIAGE FJ-50

3 CUSHION FELT

CABLE-CARD 28P2280L BB HIGH-V

5 SCREW BINDING HEAD


6 SCREW BINDING HEAD

23 11579106

CARRIAGE BOARD ASS'Y FJ-50


COVER,CARRIAGE FJ-50
COVER,P SENS FJ-50
COVER,TKP0180-2B R50-50
COVER,TKP0180-2B R50-57
DAMPER,INK FJ-50
FRAME,CARRIAGE FJ-50
GUIDE,TUBE POM FJ-50
ASS'Y,HEAD INKJET L FJ-50
PLATE,DUMPER FJ-50
HOLDER,CABLE FJ-50
HOLDER,CARRIAGE FJ-50
LEVER,HEAD LEFT FJ-50
LEVER,HEAD RIGHT FJ-50
LEVER,LOCK FJ-50
LINEAR ENCODER BOARD ASS'Y
LOCK,FJ-50
NUT TUBE STOP CJ-70

24 7468211050

PAPER SIDE SENSOR BOARD ASS'Y

25 22055373

PLATE,ARM LOCK FJ-50


PLATE,ENCO SENS FJ-50
PLATE,HEAD GND FJ-50
RING O CJ-70
RING,O P4
SHAFT,CARRIAGE FJ-50
SPACER M3X5
SPRING,CARRIAGE FJ-50
SPRING,CARRIAGE SIDE FJ-50
SPRING,HEAD FJ-50
SPRING,LEVER FJ-50
STAY,HEAD FJ-50
ASS'Y,TUBE INK FJ-50
ASS'Y,TUBE INK FJ-40
ASS'Y,HEAD INKJET R FJ-50
ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50
HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50

1
2
3
4
5

Parts No.
11909130
22805301
22355664
22355659
23475153

FJ-40
FJ-50

6 7468211060
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

22025283
22025301
12039527
12039526
11959108
12119752
22135544
22805318
22055379
21655150
21655151
12149432
12149431
22145435

21 7468211020
22 21345104

26 22055371
27 22055363
28 11519105
29 11519107
30 22295171
31 22155567
32 22175158
33 22175159
34 12179156
35 22175161
36 22715160
37 22805314
38 22805315
39 22805317
40 11909133
41 11659149

Parts Name

4 RING E-RING

7 SCREW BINDING HEAD P-TIGHT


8 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
9 SCREW OVAL HEAD
0 SCREW PAN HEAD
{ SCREW PAN HEAD B-TIGHT
} SCREW PAN HEAD+FW
q SCREW W-SEMS
w SCREW W-SEMS
e TUBE 1.4FAI
r TUBE SPIRAL SPP-08L 8X6
t WASHER FLAT
y WASHER OUT SIDE TEETH
u BINDER T-18S

204MM
W=35MM
ETW-3
BC 2.6X12
BC 2.6X4
BC 3X6
BC 4X4
BC 3X8
Cr 3X5
BC 2.5X6
Cr 3X4
BC 3X6
BC 4X8
L=20MM
L=80MM
Cr 3X8X1.0
Cr M4
80MM

11

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-11 ACCESSORIES

1
ENGLISH

JAPANESE

16

CHINESE

17
SOFT USE

15
SOFT_Mac

SOFT_Win

12

14

13

11

18

9, 10

PARTS LIST-Main Parts1


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

12

Parts No.
13499109
23495124
23495214
13499111
23495125
13499209
11849102
13439801
22605293
22605292
22805316
26015189
26015190
26015188
26015181
26015180
26015179
21545118

Parts Name
AC CORD SJT 117V 10A 3PVC
AC CORD 3ASL/100 240VA 10A SAA

AC CORD VCTF 100V 7A 3P-S


AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S
AC-CORD H05VV 230V 10A S
ADAPTER PLUG (100V)
BLADE,OLFA AUTO CUTTER XB10

CABLE-AC 3P CHINA 10A/250V S


CARTON,SET FJ-40
CARTON,SET FJ-50
ASS'Y,STOPPER CARRIAGE FJ-50

MANUAL,SHE1 EN FJ-50/40
MANUAL,SOFT-MAC JP FJ-50/40
MANUAL,SOFT-WIN JP FJ-50/40
MANUAL,USE CH FJ-50/40
MANUAL,USE EN FJ-50/40
MANUAL,USE JP FJ-50/40
PAD,INK CATCH CJ-70

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 TUBE CAPPING G16-586-06

L=100MM

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-12 STAND(PNS-50/40)

13, 14

10

16, 17

1, 2

15

18

2
7

3
L

R
4

5
5
11

12

8, 9

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1


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

Parts No.
22805305
22805304
22805302
22805303
22805230
12339121
12339128
22605291
22605290
21995106
21995111
21995110
22135579
22135578
22565682
22185361
22185360
22035138

Parts Name
ASS'Y,STAND PNS-50
ASS'Y,STAND PNS-40
ASS'Y,ARM L PNS-50
ASS'Y,ARM R PNS-50
ASS'Y,SCREW TUC-60/70
CAP,50X30
CAP,R 7545B
CARTON PNS-40
CARTON PNS-50
FLANGE,GUIDE 2 PNS-70
FLANGE,ROLL L PNS-50
FLANGE,ROLL R PNS-50
GUIDE,PAPER PNS-40
GUIDE,PAPER PNS-50
HEXAGONAL WRENCH 5
RAIL,ROLL PNS-40
RAIL,ROLL PNS-50
STAND,BASE PNS-50

FJ-40
FJ-50

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 CASTER DESIGN CASTER


2 PIN SNAP
3 PIN SNAP
4 PIPE 8FAIX1TX150L
5 SCREW FLANGE SOCKET
6 WASHER FLAT

DN-50-B
M14
M16
SUS304
BC 6x20
UC 6.5X16X1

13

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-13 TUC-60/70 CONTROL BOX

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.


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

22445659
22445660
22445661
22445662
22445663
22805225
22805229
22805226
22805224
21985112
23505370
23505371
23505372
23505373
13369134
22025232
12369446
21995107
21685115

20 7440709020
21 7440709010
22 13129170
23 22295148
24 22295149

14

Parts Name
AC ADAPTER DCP-301A (100V)
AC ADAPTER DCP-302A (117V)
AC ADAPTER DCP-303A (230V)
AC ADAPTER DCP-304A (240VA)
AC ADAPTER DCP-305A (240VE)
ASS'Y,COVER GEAR TUC-60/70
ASS'Y,GEAR S80S60 TUC-60/70
ASS'Y,MOTOR TUC-60/70
ASS'Y.FRAME R TUC-60/70
BRACKET,TUC-60/70
CABLE-ASSY 3P FBSW TUC-60/70
CABLE-ASSY 3P MODESW TUC-60/70
CABLE-ASSY 4P POWER TUC-60/70
CABLE-ASSY DIN TUC-60/70
CONNECTOR TCS-2230-01-1101
COVER,TUC-60/70
CS-2 CLIP
FLANGE,MOTOR TUC-60/70
GEAR,S24S6(B6.5C12) TUC-60/70
INLET BOARD ASS'Y
MAIN BOARD ASS'Y
POWER SW AJ7201B
SHAFT,M4TAP TUC-60/70
SHAFT,SUPPORT TUC-60/70

25 22715133
26 22135336
27 13119304
28 13119305
29 2215359200

STAY,INLET TUC-60/70
STOPPER,ADAPTOR TUC-60/70
SW MJ3J-13AS
SW MJ3J-18AS
BOSS NUT #592

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BINDER T-18S
2 CAP DIP VCP-3
3 PIN SNAP
4 RING TYPE C
5 SCREW BINDING HEAD
6 SCREW BINDING HEAD
7 SCREW BINDING HEAD
8 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
9 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
0 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
{ SCREW SOCKET SET WP
} SCREW W-SEMS
q SCREW W-SEMS
w SPACER POLY PIPE
e WASHER FLAT

80MM
BK
M14
M14
Ni 3X6
BC 5X12
BC 4X15
BC 4X10
BC 4X6
BC 4X20
Cr 3X3
BC 4X10
BC 3X6
4.3X8X4
BC 5X10X1.0

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-14 TUC-60/70 OTHERS

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.


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

22805231
22805227
22805230
22805228
21985113
22115714
21655139
21545125
22295147
22185103
22185102
22715134
22715131
22715132
22135337

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name
ASS'Y,ARM TUC-60/70
ASS'Y,MIRROR TUC-60/70
ASS'Y,SCREW TUC-60/70
ASS'Y,SENSOR TUC-60/70
BRACKET,SENSOR TUC-60/70
FRAME,L TUC-60/70
HOLDER,SLIDER TUC-60/70
PAD,STAY TUC-60/70
SHAFT,TUC-60/70
SLIDER,1 TUC-60/70
SLIDER,GUIDE TUC-60/70
STAY,MIRROR TUC-60/70
STAY,SENSOR LOW TUC-60/70
STAY,SENSOR UP TUC-60/70
STOPPER,MIRROR TUC-60/70

Parts Name
1 LABEL DO NOT KICK
2 PIN SNAP
3 RING TYPE C
4 SCREW BINDING HEAD
5 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
6 SCREW PLASTICK HEAD
7 SCREW W-SEMS
8 SCREW W-SEMS
9 SCREW W-SEMS

IDNo.753
M14
M14
BC 3X6
BC 4X10
BK 3X6
BC 4X10
BC 3X6
BC 3X15

15

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-15 TUC-60/70 ACCESSORIES


2
1

1
4
7

*3
Only for CJ-70/60. Not used
for FJ-50/40

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.


1
2

3
4
5
6
7

22605275
21995106
22135527
26015157
21935129
21935130
21935131

PARTS LIST

Parts Name
CARTON,TUC-60/70
FLANGE,GUIDE 2 PNS-70
GUIDE,MEDIA TUC-60/70
MANUAL,USE JP/EN TU-70/60
TOOL,HEXAGON 2.5 ZN
TOOL,HEXAGON 3 ZN
TOOL,HEXAGON 6 ZN

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 CLAMP CABLE CLAMP FCN-3010


2 CLAMP CORD KEEP K-106G
3 SCREW HEX. CAP + FLANGE

BC 3X5
BC 4X6
Ni 8X10
BC 4X40

4 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP


5 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP
6 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP

1-16 TU-60/70
2

8,9

10,11

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.


12339121
22605274
3 22605257
8 22155119
9 22155118
1
2

10 22185331SZ
11 22185329

16

Parts Name
CAP,50*30
CARTON ,TU-60
CARTON ,TU-70
PIPE,TAKE UP TU-60
PIPE,TAKE UP TU-70
RAIL,SLIDER TU-60
RAIL,SLIDER TU-70

POWER SW
AJ7201B

Parts No.
23505462
23505463
23505899
23505419
23505420
23505422
23505421
23505423
23505425
23505426
23505432
23505431
23505428
23505430
23505433
23475153

FAN SCIROCCO

FAN SCIROCCO

CABLE-ASSY COVER SW FJ-50

CABLE-CARD 28P 2280L BB HIGH-V

V
W
Z

CABLE-ASSY LINER ENCODER FJ-50

PUMP
MOTOR

22805301
23475150
23475151
23505434
23505435
23505436
23505437

FAN JUNCTION BOARD

CABLE-ASSY C POWER FJ-50


CABLE-ASSY C ENCODER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY G POWER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY G ENCODER FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY P-SIDE-SENS FJ-50

CABLE-ASSY FAN JUNCTION FJ-50

CABLE-ASSY SENSOR FJ-50

CABLE-ASSY INKTANK-SENS FJ-50

FJ-40
FJ-50

-5V

+5V

+41V

SW POWER SUPPLY

Parts Name
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI A FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI B FJ-50
WIRE,C GRX-410
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI D FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY POWER FJ-50

PARTS LIST -Main Parts-

AC INLET
SUP-J3G-E

CARRIAGE
MOTOR
GRID MOTOR

D/A PCM55 X 2

M(FJ-50)
Y(FJ-40)

L(FJ-50)
W(FJ-40)

CN11 CN1 CN21 CN13

GATE ARRAY

SERVO CONTROL
L6203 X 2

MTD2005

8Mbit

FIFO 2Kbyte

LINER ENCODER
BOARD

CN6

CABLE-CARD 20P 420L BB


CABLE-CARD 22P 120L BB
CABLE-ASSY PINCH-SENS FJ-50
CABLE-ASSY G POWER FJ-40
CABLE-ASSY G ENCODER FJ-40
CABLE-ASSY PINCH-SENS FJ-40

CN5

PAPER SIDE
SENSOR BOARD

CARRIAGE
BOARD
VR
ADJUST

CN2

R
CN1

CN17

INKJET HEAD DRIVER

HEAD CONTROL
FPGA
DPRAM 4K X 16bit
SRAM 256Kbit X 3

RTC
4553

A/D
TC35096

EEPROM
4Kbit

HEAD2
(RIGHT)

AVT3234

COVER SW

BUZZER

LED - 5

SW - 13

LCD
16 X 2

PANEL BOARD

PARALLEL

+PAPER SIDE SENS BOARD+CARRIAGE BOARD+INKTANK SENS BOARD)

(PANEL BOARD+LINEAR ENCODER BOARD+FAN JUNCTION BOARD+I/F BOARD

SUB BOARD ASSY

HEAD1
(LEFT)

IEEE1284 LEVEL1

I/F BOARD

ORIGIN
SENNSOR

PAPER
SENS R

FOR ISP DOWN LOAD

GP1A05A5

GP2A25

CENTRO CONTROL

OUTPUT LATCH

INPUT BUFFER

I/O CONTROL

CN20

CN8

PAPER
SENS F

V(FJ-50)
Z(FJ-40)

GP2A25

CN15

60MHz

FLASH ROM

4Mword X 16bit

DRAM

HD6417708

CN6

INKTANK SENS BOARD

ASS'Y,CABLE-CARD 24P1 220L BB

+3.3V

MOTOR DRIVER

STEPPING

CONTROL

FAN

LT1086CT

REGULATOR

60MHz

15MHz

SERVO AMP

+5V

-5V

+5V

+41V
CPU

INKTANK UNIT

MAIN BOARD ASSY


CN9
CN12

GP1A71A1

CN3
CN4

CN3

CN14
CN4
CN5

PINCHROLL
SENS

2 Electrical Section
2 Electrical Section

2-1 WIRING MAP

17

330
330
330

330
330
330
330 330
330
330
330
330

74LVC245

E103

E103

74LVC374

74HCT374

74LVC138

74LS257

ISPLSI1016QFP44

IL-FPC-22ST-N

74ALS574

IDT7203

74HCT374

74LVC245

74LVC245

74LVC245

E103

74LVC245

ISPLSI1016QFP44

74LVC74

GM71VS65163ALT-5

74LVC245

74LVC245

74LVC245

ISPLSI1016QFP44

E102

74LS245

74LVC14

EPF6016QC208-3

53014-08

V330

TL7700

E102

GM71VS65163ALT-5

V330

104

V330

E103

V330

74LVC08

104
471
104
471

100u
63V

2SK974L

M5220

5233-04A

GAL16V8D

103

683 222
222 683
222 222

DA227

222
683
222

104

74LVXC245

104

104

IL-FPC-28ST-N

E103

IL-FPC-28ST-N

33u/16V 33u/63V

HIC_H8D2813E

HIC_H8D2813E

SEL-6414E

100u
63V

10u/63V

100u
63V

10u/63V

2 2W

4.7 2W

123

10 1/4W

IL-G-7P-S3T2-E

IL-G-6P-S3T2-E

5566-02A

5566-04A

103

B6P-VH

223 CLAMP-B
223

223
223

2SB1551

2 2W

123

10 1/4W

74ABT245

D2FL20U

D2FL20U

D2FL20U

D2FL20U

0.33 2W

74LS14

DTC114EK

DTC114EK

DTC114EK

100u/63V

100u/25V

100u/25V

RXE185

102

220u
63V

DTC114EK

SG-8002DC

MBCG 10692-147

220u
63V

0.33 2W

RD4.3ESB3

DA227

103
DTC114EK

DA227

102

10KVR

33u/16V 33u/63V E103

104

74ABT245

M5220

222
683
222

2KVR

NJU201A

74HC175

DA227

DTA114EK

100u/63V

LM2576HVT

HEAT-SINK,PUE16-30
D5S6M-4000

CL02BE181

DTC114EK

uPC494GS

PCM55

10KVR

471 473

2KVR

103

472
1002

DA227

M5220 DA227
104

PCM55

GAL16V8D

M5220
101
DA227
101

DA227
uPC494GS
104

100u/25V

D2FL20U

LT1085CT

HEAT-SINK,PUE16-30

1 1W

CL02BE181

10u/63V

5267-02A

D1FL20U

HC-49/U 15MHz

0.68 1W

N341256LSJ-15

N341256LSJ-15

N341256LSJ-15

MTD2005 CLAMP-B

UPD5556G

102

683
471
103
103

DSP03-003-432T

DA227

74ALS08

E103

330

ERJ8GEY0R00V*4

E103

HD6417708

0.68 1W

103

74LVCH16245

74LVCH16245

74LVCH16245

IDT70V24

V330

HEAT-SINK,FJ-50

104

223

74LVC138

103
1002

E103

74HCT374

103

74HCT374

E103

74HCT374

MBM29LV800B-12PF

93LC66

103

DA227
103

E103

103

103

74LVC245

104
E103

V103 V103

TC35096AF

104

103
103

103

183
471
103
151
220
103
103

102
330

V103

103

103

102
103

RTC-4553

103
102
102

103
331
102

53014-03

53014-10

53014-09

IL-FPC-28ST-N

220

E103

E103

104

102
101

101
102

E103
220
220

333

74HCT245

10u/16V

472
103

103
103

103
472
472
102 103
472
104

223
223

DTA114EK

103
102
330

223

DTC114EK

682
333

330

223
103

2SB1551
L6203
L6203

BCR20V4

DTC114EK

Always OFF
392
103

Reserved
221
821

Always OFF

4
220
103

Always OFF

Reserved
104

Reserved

3
104

2
104

FJ-40

104

OFF

FJ-50

RXE110

ON

Model Type
RXE110

FUNCTION

1
2SC3746

NO.
2SA1469

DIP SW
4.7 2W

Indicates revision of the circuit board.

2SC3746

4321
2SA1469

18
HEAT-SINK,PUE56-25 Q40400061S
HEAT-SINK,PUE56-25 Q40400060S

IL-FPC-20ST-N

2 Electrical Section

2-2 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y


DESCRIPTION

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_1/9 Circuit Diagram

86
85
84
104
103
130

5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

R16

VCC3

10K

TP33

TP34

EXBS8V103J
TP3
TP4

CLK60

4
D

CLK

SD

CD

C10
NON

IC11A
5
Q

VCC3
1

134
135
136
137
138
98
97
6
17
19
30
41
49
54
59
68
82
100
115
121
127
133
144

VCC3
R10
100

VCC3

74LVC74

RAS,CE
CASLL,CAS,OE
CASLH
CASHL,CAS2L
CASHH,CAS2H
WE0,DQMLL
BREQ
WE1,DQMLU
IRQOUT WE2,DQMUL,ICIORD
BACK WE3,DQMUU,ICIOWR
WAIT
CKE
TCLK
IOIS16
VCC-RTC
NC
XTAL2
EXTAL2
NMI
VSS-RTC
IRL0
IRL1
IRL2
STATUS0
IRL3
STATUS1
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3

114
113
112
111
110
109
108
105
106
107

VCC3
26
39
45
50

GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GM71VS65163ALT-6

VCC3
1
6
12
25

GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GND
VCC3
GM71VS65163ALT-6

12
14
43
44

CE
OE
WE
RP

13
32

NC
BYTE

R57

VCC3

5
4
3
2
1

1
33

RA8
EXBA10E103J
RA20
NON
A1
A3
A5
A7

D1
D3
D5
D7
D14
D12
D10
D8

VCC

/CS1
/CS2

33

A1

A14
A12
A10
A8

VCC3

VCC3

RA21
NON

R98

A9
A11
A13
A15

D9
D11
D13
D15

NON

A22
A20
A18
A16

1
D22
D20
D18
D16

DSP03-003-432T

2
RA9
EXBA10E103J

MBM29LV800B-12PF-AFJ
JP1

A0

6
7
8
9
10

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19

23

VCC3

GND
GND

11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
3
2

5
4
3
2
1

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

5
4
3
2
1

15
17
19
21
24
26
28
30
16
18
20
22
25
27
29
31

6
7
8
9
10

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

129
126
125
120
119
124
123
118
117
132
131
94
99

VCC3

VCC3

RA10
EXBA10E103J
A17
A19
A21
A23

RA30
NON

/WE0
TP32
TP40
TP42

CN14
VCC3

89
93
92
91
90

1
2
3

A25

4
5
6

RA11
VCC3

7
18
20
31
42
50
55
60
69
81
83
102
116
122
128
139

1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6

E1
E2
E3

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7

15
14
13
12
11
10
9
7

/HEADCS
/DPCS
/SRVCS
/SRVRD

15
14
13
12
11
10
9
7

/POUT0
/POUT1
/POUT2
TP37
/PIN0
/PIN1
TP30
TP38

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
/CS
/WR

IC19
1
2
3

A23
A24
VCC3

4
5
6

A25

RRXD

VCC

A
B
C

74LVC138

EXBA10E103J

/RD
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

IC20
A24

/IOIS16

A
B
C

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
E1
Y5
E2
Y6
Y7
E3
74LVC138

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

D17
D19
D21
D23

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9

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

A24

R6

A25

10K
R7
10K

D30
D28
D26
D24

VCC3

VCC3

A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18

RA31
NON

D25
D27
D29
D31

VCC3

NON
VCC3

IC12

IC13
74LVC245

A23 41
A24 42
A25 43
TP46

40
44
1
2
3
19

R183
10K

31
32
33

RXD

5
26
29

/HRESET

A23
A24
A25
CS5
CS4
CS6
WE
RD

CRD0
CWR
PANEL
LED
SW0
SW1
CRD1
IOOE
GATE
LCD_CS
LCD_E

20
21
22
23
24
25
34
38
13
15
14

IC70

/CRD0
/CWR
/PANEL
/LED
/SW0
/SW1
/CRD1
/IOOE
/LCD_CS
LCD_E

DIR
E

VCC
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

R185
NON

R186
NON

VCC VCC

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

WAIT
IRL1
IRL2
IRL3
CLK
RESET
SYSRST

/WR
/RD

WREQ
INTSV
RNO
INTEXT
INTCNT
INT1284
INTUSB

9
10
11
12

/WREQ
/INTSV
/RNO

37
36
35

/INTCNT
/INT1284

A7
B7
A6
B6
A5
B5
A4
B4
A3
B3
A2
B2
A1
B1
A0
B0
74LVC245

DG[0..7]

1
19
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

VCC3

R129 R182
10K 10K

PC62
CE0.1u

/INTUSB_ST
ISPSDO
/INTUSB_HF
ISPSDO_SH3IF

/CS1
/CS2

4
16

/ISPEN

CS1
CS2
SDO
SDI
ISPEN

TQFP44P
PLSI1016-60LT44

MODE
SCLK

VCC3

D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31

6
7
8
9
10

RAS
LCAS
UCAS
WE
OE

2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
41
42
43
44
46
47
48
49

5
4
3
2
1

14
38
37
13
36

1
6
12
25

IC6
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12

IC8A
74LVC08

RAS
LCAS
UCAS
WE
OE

19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

RA2
RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14

5
4
3
2
1

TP1

HD6417708SF60

CLK30

26
39
45
50

B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0

RA1

EXBS8V103J

MD0,SCK
MD1,TXD
MD2,RXD
MD3,CE2A
MD4,CE2B
MD5,RAS2

14
38
37
13
36

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
41
42
43
44
46
47
48
49

TP22
TP2

DIR
E

4
3
2
1

RA2

87
95
96

TP45

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

TXD
RRXD
/IOIS16

XTAL
EXTAL
CKIO

RA5EXBS8V330J
8 RA10
1 8
7 RA11
2 7
6 RA12
3 6
5 RA13
4 5
RA6EXBS8V330J
A14 1
8 RA14
1 8
2
7
2 7
3
6
3
6
4
5
4 5
RA7EXBS8V330J
1
8
1 8
2
7
2 7
3
6
3 6
4
5
4 5
A10 1
A11 2
A12 3
A13 4

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

6
7
8
9
10

CE470p 80
79
101

RA4EXBS8V330J
8 RA6
1 8
7 RA7
2 7
6 RA8
3 6
5 RA9
4 5

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12

VCC3

5
4
3
2
1

CE0.1u

1
2
3
4

19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

A6
A4
A2
A0

VCC3

6
7
8
9
10

R5 0

C9
CE22p

VCC-PLL2
CAP2
VSS-PLL2

A6
A7
A8
A9

IC5

IC4
RA2
RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14

D6
D4
D2
D0

5
4
3
2
1

Y2

CS0
CS1
CS2
CS3
CS4
CS5,CE1A
CS6,CE1B
BS
RD/WR
RD

RA3EXBS8V330J
8 RA2
1 8
7 RA3
2 7
6 RA4
3 6
5 RA5
4 5

6
7
8
9
10

CE0.1u CE470p 78
77
76
C4
C2

VCC-PLL1
CAP1
VSS-PLL1

1
2
3
4

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

C8
CE22p

C1

RESET

A2
A3
A4
A5

A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

C3
HC-49/U 15MHz

75
74
73

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31

1
19

88
VCC3

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25

36
35
34
33
32
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
143
142
141
140

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

/RESET

37
38
39
40
43
44
45
46
47
48
51
52
53
56
57
58
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
71
72

6
7
8
9
10

IC1
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25

ISPMODE
ISPSCLK

30

C6
CE0.01u

VCC
27
R32
10K

10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

/RESET

18
8
7

11

CLK

SD

12

IC8C
IC11B
9
Q

ISP_DOWNLOAD CONNECTOR

10

CN10

53014-08

13

CD

74LVC08
Q

IC8D

13

11
12

74LVC74
74LVC08

VCC
PC11
CE0.1u

VCC3
PC7
PC10
PC8
PC9
PC6
PC4
PC5
PC3
PC1
PC2
CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

19

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_2/9 Circuit Diagram


A[0..25]

A[0..25]

IC31

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14

CE0.1u

HD0
HD1
HD2
HD3
HD4
HD5
HD6
HD7
IC22

/INTSV
/RNO
VCC
4
2

PC12
CE0.1u

Y3
+5
GND

OUT
NC

3
1

SG-8002DC 49.152MPCT

R19
33

80

C17
NON

1
2
3
4
5
6

XPHA
XPHB

R20

33

R21

33

R45
1K

2
TP5

74LS14

TP6

88
89
94
95
63
96
97
98

TP15
IC28B
4

3
C13
CE1000p

C14
CE1000p

74LS14
IC28C

IL-G-6P-S3T2-E
5
VCC

R11
10K

93

CKI

CWY
CCWY
ECWY
ECCWY
RNGY
OVRY

XPHA
XPHB
YPHA
YPHB
CNST
ACC
UCK
DDACK
TEST
MUX
MUY
MUTE

YCA
YCB
YCC
YCD
YP0
YP1
YP2
YP3
YP4
YP5
YP6
YP7
YP8
YP9
YPA
YPB
YPC
YPD
YPE
YPF

HEXMD

CN13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
IL-G-7P-S3T2-E

R140 33

YPHA
YPHB

74LS14
VCC

R141 33
R149 NON

C109

C110

CE1000p

CE1000p

R12
10K

23

DX11
DX10
DX9
DX8
DX7
DX6
DX5
DX4
DX3
DX2
DX1
DX0

DX0
DX1
DX2
DX3
DX4
DX5
DX6
DX7
DX8
DX9
DX10
DX11

TP9

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

TP10

57
58
59
60
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
55
56

TP11

D2A
DA227

VCC

Q1
3

1
DTC114EK

VCC
R184
1K

Q20

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

2
D29

DY11
DTC114EK

MBCG10692-147

RD4.3ESB3

21
TP18

19
18

PFC

VCC

PC13
CE0.1u

IC24A
2.2K

20

PC15
CE0.1u
V+

R142

2.2K
PC61
CE0.1u

B1
B2
B3
B4
IBPO
B5
B6
IOUT
B7
B8
SJ
B9
B10
RFB
B11
B12
VOUT
B13
B14
B15
B16(LSB)

/HRESET
CARIAGE_GAIN
GRID_GAIN

R143

VFG

V-

C112
CE2200p

C113 CE2200p
R145
68K

22
21

-5V

R146
PC1668K
CE0.1u
TP39

19
18

PFG

VCC

R46
1K

PC60
CE0.1u

LED1
SEL-6414E
SERVO_MUTE/LIVE

Q2
SIO_IN
SIO_OUT
SIO_CLK
RTC_ENB

8
7
6
5

/RTC_CS
/RTC_WR

Q4
1 DTA114EK 3
IC32

CE1000p

2
1
12
13

/AD_CS

VREF
AGND

9
8

VSS
TC35096AF

R50
22K
2

7
PC17
CE0.1u

20

CE0.1u
C19

D1A
DA227
R14
10K

TP

13
IC21A
14

1
3

VCC
GND
RTC-4553

Q3
DTC114EK

BT1
BCR20V4
CR2032:RTC BACKUP
HOLDER BATTERY BCR20V4

GAIN_CTRLC

L1
L2
L3
L4
L5

5
6
7
9
10

GAIN_CTRLC

AutoGainCtrl Carriage

IC21B
4
6
5
74ALS08

AutoGainCtrl Grid

VCC

C12
CE0.01u

CS
SE
CK
DI

DO
SARS

10
11

R52
NON

C111

VDD

33

AIN0
AIN1
AIN2
AIN3

14

HEAD_THRM

DOUT

74ALS08

PAPER_SIDE

3
4
5
6

CS1
DIN
CLK
CS0
WE

VCC

R49
10K1%

CS
VCC
SK
NU
DI
ORG
DO
GND
93LC66

1
2
3
4

E2PROM_CS

R51

SERVO_MUTE/LIVE

DTC114EK
IC33
12
3
4
11
2

PC18

PC19

PC20

PFG

17

VCC

VFG

M5220FP

-5V

IC34

PFC

17

PCM55HP

-5V

VFC

R41
68K

22

IC64
DY11
DY10
DY9
DY8
DY7
DY6
DY5
DY4
DY3
DY2
DY1
DY0

VFC

C24 CE2200p

PCM55HP

DY[0..11]
DY0
DY1
DY2
DY3
DY4
DY5
DY6
DY7
DY8
DY9
DY10

R40
68K

C23
CE2200p

B1
B2
B3
IBPO
B4
B5
IOUT
B6
B7
SJ
B8
B9
RFB
B10
B11
VOUT
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16(LSB)

-5V

TP12

7
M5220FP

CE0.1u

IC23

D2B
DA227

R38

+VS

13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
30
31

TP17

TP13 TP14

IC28D
9

XP0
XP1
XP2
XP3
XP4
XP5
XP6
XP7
XP8
XP9
XPA
XPB
XPC
XPD
XPE
XPF

RNO
RNI

74LS14

R147 R148
1K
1K

VCC

99
100
61
62

IC28A

R44
1K

VCC

R13 10K
91
92

VCC

FROM CARRI. ENCORDOR


CN1

VCC

TP16

C18
NON

CS
RD
WR
INT
ITA
RSTI

9
10
11
12

76
66
67
87
77
64

XCA
XCB
XCC
XCD

2.2K
PC14

E
DIR
74ABT245

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

DX[0..11]

2.2K R37

-VS

/H_RD
/H_WR
/H_CS2
H_A0
H_A1

68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

VCC

COM

19
1

HD0
HD1
HD2
HD3
HD4
HD5
HD6
HD7

IC24B

24

VCC

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

CWX
CCWX
ECWX
ECCWX
RNGX
OVRX

TP8

1
2
5
6
7
8

20

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

TP7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5

23

IC30
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

/SRVCS
/RD
/WR
/SRVRD
/RESET
/CS2
A0
A1

81
82
83
84
85
86

HA1
HA2
HA3
HA4
HA5
HA6

+VS

OE
DIR

-VS

22
2

6
5

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

PC24

CE0.1u

COM

IC8B
74LVC08
4

24

24

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

VCCB

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

VCCA

VCC

PC23

VCC3
VCC

DG[0..7]

E
DIR
74ABT245
IC26 74LVXC3245

VCC3

DG[0..7]

HA6
HA5
HA4
HA3
HA2
HA1

19
1

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

VCC

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

PC21

PC22

CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u


4

D1B

DA227

GAIN_CTRLG

GAIN_CTRLG

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_3/9 Circuit Diagram


RA12

VCC
1
2
3
4
5

DG[0..7]

DG[0..7]

D[0..31]

D[0..31]

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
1

/PIN0

IC14
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
1

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

1
2
3
4
5

/PIN1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

19
1

E
DIR

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

1
2
3
4
5

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
1
11

/IOOE
/POUT0

D8
D10
D12
D14
D15
D13
D11
D9

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
1
11

IC37
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7

1
11

OE
CLK
74HCT374
IC40
D0
Q0
D1
Q1
D2
Q2
D3
Q3
D4
Q4
D5
Q5
D6
Q6
D7
Q7

TO TAKEUP OPTION
VCC +41V

TO I/F BOARD

CD[0..7]

CN16
VCC

CD3
CD2
CD1
CD0

RA16
10
9
8
7
6

1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

/ACK
BUSY
PERROR

SELECT
/FAULT

1
2
3
4
5

EXBA10E103J

NON
NON
NON
NON
NON

VCC
CN7
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

RXD
TXD
/USBON
DG[0..7]

1
19

IC42
DIR
E

A1

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

/WR
LCD_E
/LCD_CS

D[0..31]

B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
B0

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

IC27

PMP_CLK
TANK
FAN_ON/OFF
GRID_CLK
GRID_DIR
FAN_LOW/HIGH
INK
PMP_DIR

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

19
1

/PANEL
/RD

/INTUSB_ST
DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

VCC
CN5

74HCT245

/LED
/SW0
/SW1

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

R90
R96
R95
R101
R120

TO MONITOR SERIAL & USB I/F BOARD

GRID_POWER
MLPOW
TP29
TP43
TP44
CENT_STD
MHPOW
PMP_POWER

RA18
10
9
8
7
6

T_CLK
T_DIR
T_ENABLE
T_SENS
T_SELECT

IL-FPC-22ST-N

SIO_OUT
/RTC_CS
/RTC_WR
E2PROM_CS
PH_INIT
/AD_CS
RTC_ENB
SIO_CLK

RA17

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NON

CN4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

CD7
CD6
CD5
CD4

8
7
6
5

VCC

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

/H_CS2
H_A0
H_A1
/H_RD
/H_WR
USB_REQ
INTMASK_USB
/INTUSB_HF
/HRESET

VCC3

IL-FPC-28ST-N

IL-FPC-20ST-N
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

E
DIR
74LVC245

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

OE
CLK
74LVC374

SENS_K
SENS_C
SENS_M
SENS_LC
SENS_LM
SENS_Y
TANK
INK

TO PINCHROLL

/INIT
/SELECTIN
/AUTOFD

ACLK
ACONFIG
TP25
TP27
TP28 OUTPUT LEVEL +3.3V
TP26
TP24
ADATA

5
6
7
8

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

1
2
3
53014-03

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33

/HRESET

PC26

PC27

PC28

PC29

PC36

8
VCC3
PC31

4
3
2
1

PC30

9
10

CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

PC32

PC33

PC34

PC35

RA29

VCC
VCC3

PC25

CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

IC21C

74ALS08

EXBS8V103J
RA19

VCC

5
6
7
8

D8
D10
D12
D14
D15
D13
D11
D9

Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7

R23
R24
R25
R34
R35
R36
R33
R26

CN20

TO PANEL BOARD

OE
CLK
74HCT374

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

4
3
2
1

1
11

/POUT1

ASTATUS
ADONE
TP19
SW1
TP20
1
2
3
4

EXBA10E103J

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

33

/STB

RA15

VCC

1
2
3
4
5
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

33

CD[0..7]

EXBA10E103J

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

VCC

DG0
DG2
DG4
DG6
DG7
DG5
DG3
DG1

R179

KSD-04

OE
CLK
74HCT374
IC39
D0
Q0
D1
Q1
D2
Q2
D3
Q3
D4
Q4
D5
Q5
D6
Q6
D7
Q7

IC38
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

PAPER_F
PAPER_R
ORG

10
9
8
7
6

1
2
3
4
5
DG0
DG2
DG4
DG6
DG7
DG5
DG3
DG1

33

CN6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

53014-10
VCC

RA14

VCC3

74LVC245

R27

R28

/USBON
SIO_IN
TP36
TP21

IC16
DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

PAPER_F
PAPER_R
ORG

33

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

TO INKTANK SENS BOARD KCLCMLMY

CN8
53014-09
R31

RA13

VCC

E
DIR
74LVC245

VCC
SENS_C
SENS_LC
SENS_Y
SENS_K
SENS_LM
SENS_M
T_SENS
T_SELECT

IC15
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

TO PAPER SENS_ORG_SENS

EXBA10E103J

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

E
DIR
74LVC245

10
9
8
7
6

1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

DG0
DG2
DG4
DG6
DG7
DG5
DG3
DG1
/POUT2

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
1
11

IC7
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7

OE
CLK
74HCT374

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

T_CLK
T_ENABLE
/P_SIDE_SENS
CARIAGE_GAIN
GRID_GAIN
USB_REQ
/ACK_WIDTH
T_DIR
R173
10K

R172
10K

21

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_4/9 Circuit Diagram


8

C25
VCC CE0.1u

C49
CE0.01u

4
13

DEAD
OC

R78
4.7K

C1
E1
C2
E2

C28

M5220FP

+
-

D5A
DA227

R80
4.7K
OPEN:MUTEON

IC45
D1

D2

12

D3

13

D4

2
-

C44
CE0.022u

R65
0.33/2W

C47

D8

D7

D2FL20U

D2FL20U

CLK
CLR

+27V

C96
CE0.1u

M5220FP

C125 CE100p

R170 33K
VCC C102
CE0.1u

1K1%

1K
R144
2.2K

C106
CE0.01u

1K1%

INV2
NONI2

4
13
R164
4.7K

DEAD
OC

12
C1
E1
C2
E2

15
16

+5

3
R162

R159

VCC
8
9
11
10

IC67
11
5
7
9
C98

8
2

VCC

M5220FP

V-

VR3
10KVR
R168

-5V

47K
R169
470

OUT1
IN2
OUT2
VREF

CE0.1u

C103
CE0.1u

R155
1K
+

C95

BOOT1

IN1

UPC494GS
V+ IC65A

EN

VS

R161

1K1%

FB
INV1
NONI1

C117

C121
CE0.1u CE0.22u
220u/63V

SENSE

C97
CE0.22u 10%

10K1%

VX

IC68
3
2
1

10

NON

R163

R150

C116
C107
CE0.022uCE0.01u

GND

R154

D26B
DA227

C
R

C127
CE0.1u 10%

10K1%

14

REF

D9A

GND

C105NON

R151

D24A
DA227

C119
CE4700p

NJU201AM

DA227
D26A
DA227

1.8K

R70
10K

-5V
IC66B

R167

Q9
DTC114EK

5
6

15

10K

D24B
DA227

14

VCC C27
CE0.1u

R158

V- C100
CE0.1u

IC46D

GainG

R171
R157 4.7K
10K

IC66A
R160
1
M5220FP 10K

3 1

2
2

6
16

C120
CE0.068u

-5V

CE0.1u
DA227

R166 3.3K

74HC175

8
1

3
4

GMotorGainH/L

VFG

L6203

CN11
1
2
5566-02A

2
3
7
6
10
11
15
14

Q1
Q1
Q2
Q2
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q4

9
1

VCC
V+

D25A
C101

VR4 2KVR

C20

BOOT2

NON

VCC

R83
470

D25B
DA227

22

R42

C99
VCC CE0.1u

OfsetG

OUT2
VREF

R66

NON

C56
CE0.1u CE0.22u
220u/63V

1K
C118
CE1.0u

OUT1
IN2

R79 R68
4.7K 1K
+

BOOT1

IN1

CE0.1u

C51
CE0.01u

D5B
DA227

Q7
DTA114EK

VFG

C22

UPC494GS

VCC

VFG

EN

C43
CE0.022u
C45
4

1
VR1
10KVR

IC25B
R72
7
M5220FP 10K

CE0.1u
DA227

CMotorGainH/L
SERVO Mute/Live

R156

D6A
DA227

D6B

IC65B
7

-5V

PFG

IC43
11

VCC

VCC

47K

PFG

VCC
8
9
11
10

OfsetC

GAIN_CTRLG

+5

INV2
NONI2

REF

15
16

VX

C
R

R76
1K1%

C48
CE0.022u

12

14

1
2

R75
1K1%

2 4

VFC
C52
CE1.0u

GAIN_CTRLC
SERVO_MUTE/LIVE

1K
R39
2.2K

R8533K

R81 680
1K

R88

GND

NON

R71
10K

VFC
VFC

R77
1K1%

IC44
FB
INV1
NONI1

5
6

C46 NON
R67

C53
CE0.22u 10%

R69

R63

10K1%

10K1%

3
2
1

C50
CE0.01u

CE4700p

D3A
DA227

R64

C54 NJU201AM

C126
CE0.1u 10%

DA227
D3B
DA227

13

1.8K

C21
CE0.1u

VCC

R82

D9B

VS

VR2 2KVR

PFC

PFC

+27V

C124 CE100p

10K

V- C26
CE0.1u

-5V
IC46A

GainC

M5220FP

-5V
C55
CE0.068u

R73

SENSE

4.7K

V+ IC25A
+

GND

10

R86

BOOT2
L6203

R152
0.33/2W

C114
CE0.022u
C104
4

R153 NON
CN21
1
3
2
4
5566-04A

NON

3
1
8
C115
CE0.022u

D27
D2FL20U

D28
D2FL20U

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_5/9 Circuit Diagram

VCC3
PC63
CE0.1u

DG[0..7]

IC69
DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

IC17
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

19
1

/CRD0

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

DS0
DS1
DS2
DS3
DS4
DS5
DS6
DS7

VCC
/CS1
27
17
32
12
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

/CRD0
DS0
DS1
DS2
DS3
DS4
DS5
DS6
DS7

E
DIR
74LVC245
BUSYP
/ACKP

18

/R

10
11
13
14
19
20
21
22
15

IC41
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

1
11

/CWR

Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

IC50

OE
CLK
74HCT374

INTMASK_CENTRO
INTMASK_USB
INTMASK_1284

CENT_STD

2
3
5
6
11
10
14
13

1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B

1Y

2Y

3Y

4Y

12

15
1

G
A/B
74LS257

24
26
23

SELECT
/FAULT
PERROR
BUSY
/ACK

/EF
/FF
/FL/RT /RESET
/XO/HF
/XI
GND

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

16

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

/W

Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

19
1

IC52

NC
NC
VCC
NC
NC

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

CD0
CD1
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7

E
DIR
74LVC245

CD[0..7]

IC51
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12

7
6
5
4
31
30
29
28
3
9
25
8

/HRESET

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

CLK
OC
74ALS574

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
1

CD0
CD1
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7
R130
0

/STB

IDT7203L50J-PR

R131
NON

TP41

IC18
DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7
/CRD1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
1

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

IC53

/STB
/AUTOFD
/INIT
/SELECTIN
42
22
GRID_CLK
GRID_DIR
PMP_CLK
PMP_DIR
PH_INIT

E
DIR
74LVC245

/CRD0

VCC3
PC37

PC38

CE0.1u CE0.1u

PC39

PC40

PC41

PC42

PC43

CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

HF
FF

CENT_STD

1
2
3
4
23

GR_CLK
GR_DIR
PMP_CLK
PMP_DIR
PH_INIT

44

CRD

INTMASK_CENTRO

24

INTMASK_1284

35

/AUTOFD
/INIT
/SELECTIN

41
26
25

/ACK_WIDTH

40

CLK30

/HRESET

31
29

VCC

DATA_STB
STB
BUSY
ACK

INTCNT_MASK
INTMASK_1284
AUTOFD
INIT
SELECTIN
ACK_WIDTH

FIFOW
INTFIFO
GR_PHA
GR_PHB
PM_PHA
PM_PHB
PAM0
PAM1
PAM2
INT1284
PBM0
PBM1
PBM1
SDO
SDI
ISPEN

CLK
MODE
RESET
SYSRST

SCLK

43
38
37
36
34

BUSYP
/ACKP
CENT_STD

33
32
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
19
20
21

/INTCNT
GR_PHA
GR_PHB
PM_PHA
PM_PHB
PAM0
PAM1
PAM2
/INT1284
PBM0
PBM1
PBM2

18
8
7

ISPSDO_CENT
ISPSDO_SH3IF
/ISPEN

30

ISPMODE

27

ISPSCLK

PLSI1016-60LT44
TQFP44P

R106
10K

23

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_6/9 Circuit Diagram

D[0..31]

VCC3

DG6
DG7

DG4
DG5

DG2
DG3

DG6
DG7
DG0
DG1

DG4
DG5

DG2
DG3

EnBitSel
DG0
DG1

DG[0..7]
R115
NON

R114
10K

VCC3
A[0..25]
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11

MD1
MD2
ND1
ND2
CHG
NCHG
ChgStop
KC1

NCHG
ChgStop

ND2
CHG

R107
1K

ChgBS6
VL0

ChargeStop

I0
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9

F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

KC1A
MD1A
MD2A
ND1A
ND2A
CHGA
NCHGA
R118

5
4
3
2
1

LAB/BA /LOE
LB0
LA0
LB1
LA1
GND
GND
LB2
LA2
LB3
LA3
VCC3 VCC3
LB4
LA4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HA0
HB0
HA1
HB1
GND
GND
HA2
HB2
HA3
HB3
VCC3 VCC3
HA4
HB4
HA5
HB5
GND
GND
HA6
HB6
HA7
HB7
HAB/BA /HOE

ChargeStop

RA24
EXBA10E103J

GAL16V8-10LJ

VCC

10K

6
7
8
9
10

A9

VCC3

ChgBS5
Nozl5

/ChgPOE

IC29

/Gate1
/Gate0
MD2
ND1

A8

IC57
SN74LVCH16245 DGG

ChgBS3
Nozl3
ChgBS4
Nozl4
Page1
MaskBit
KC1
MD1

A7

ChgBS2
Nozl2

BitSel4
Page0

A6

ChgBS1
Nozl1

BitSel2
BitSel3

A5

ChgBS0
Nozl0

/ChgPLatch0

/ChgPOE

C93
CE22p

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

A4

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

BitSel0
BitSel1

IC56
/LOE LAB/BA
LA0
LB0
LA1
LB1
GND
GND
LA2
LB2
LA3
LB3
VCC3 VCC3
LA4
LB4
LA5
LB5
GND
GND
LA6
LB6
LA7
LB7
HA0
HB0
HA1
HB1
GND
GND
HA2
HB2
HA3
HB3
VCC3 VCC3
HA4
HB4
HA5
HB5
GND
GND
HA6
HB6
HA7
HB7
/HOE HAB/BA

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

A3

R116
10K
/ChgPLatch0

VCC3

A2

R113
10K

ChgBS7
VL1

VCC3
R117
10K

19
18
17
16
15
13
12
11

MD1
MD2
ND1
ND2
CHG
NCHG
KC1

26
2
23
21
24
25
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

/ChgPLatch1

C94
CE22p
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11

Nozl4
Nozl5
ColD0
ColD1
ColD2
PageD0
PageD1

62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
18
19
20
21

RD3
RD4
RD5
RD6

ImgWordL

ImgWd3
ImgWd4
ImgWd5
ImgWd6

IDT70V24S/L PF100
D14 10 LD14
D15 11 LD15

VCC
PC44

PC45

CE0.1u CE0.1u

VCC3
PC46

PC47

PC48

PC49

PC50

PC51

PC52

CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

24

KC1B
MD1B
MD2B
ND1B
ND2B
CHGB
NCHGB

ImgWd15
ImgWd14
ImgWd13
ImgWd12
ImgWd11
ImgWd10
ImgWd9
ImgWd8
ImgWd7

PageD0
PageD1
ColD0
ColD1
ColD2
R109

PageD0
PageD1
ColD0
ColD1
ColD2
VCC3

10K
ImgWordL

ImgWd[0..15]

MaskBit
BitSel4
BitSel3
BitSel2
BitSel1
BitSel0
Page1
Page0
ChgBS13
ChgBS12
ChgBS11
ChgBS10
ChgBS9
ChgBS8
ChgBS7
ChgBS6
ChgBS5
ChgBS4
ChgBS3
ChgBS2
ChgBS1
ChgBS0

/SRAMCS2

ChgBS13
ChgBS12
ChgBS11
ChgBS10
ChgBS9
ChgBS8
ChgBS7
ChgBS6
ChgBS5
ChgBS4
ChgBS3
ChgBS2
ChgBS1
ChgBS0

/SRAMCS2

/SRAMCS0
/SRAMCS1

/SRAMCS0
/SRAMCS1

Col1
Col0
VL6
VL5
VL4
VL3
VL2
VL1
VL0
Nozl5
Nozl4
Nozl3
Nozl2
Nozl1
Nozl0

Col1
Col0
VL6
VL5
VL4
VL3
VL2
VL1
VL0
Nozl5
Nozl4
Nozl3
Nozl2
Nozl1
Nozl0

MaskBit
BitSel4
BitSel3
BitSel2
BitSel1
BitSel0
Page1
Page0

R119

VCC

10K
RA25
EXBA10E103J
6
7
8
9
10

VCC3

IC55
50
RA5
49
RA6
48
RA7
47
RA8
46
RA9
45
RA10
44
RA11
42
/RLB
41
/RUB
40
/RCE
39
/RSEM
37
RR/W
36
/ROE
35
RD15
33
RD14
32
RD13
31
RD12
30
RD11
29
RD10
28
RD9
27
RD8
26
RD7

Pin1-4,22-25,43.51-54,72-75,82 : NC M/S
Power:VCC3(12,17,88)
/RBUSY
GND:GND(9,13,34,38,63,92)
/RINT
RA0
RA1
RA2
RA3
RA4

71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
LA5
LA4
LA3
LA2
LA1
LA0
/LINT
/LBUSY

D10
D11
D12
D13

IDT70V24S55PF

ImgWd0 14 RD0
ImgWd1 15 RD1
ImgWd2 16 RD2

A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9

LD10
LD11
LD12
LD13

/WE0
/RD

LA6
LA7
LA8
LA9
LA10
LA11
/LLB
/LUB
/LCE
/LSEM
LR/W
/LOE
LD0
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
LD5
LD6
LD7
LD8
LD9

5
6
7
8

/DPCS

76
77
78
79
80
81
83
84
85
86
87
89
90
91
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

TP35
VCC3

Nozl0
Nozl1
Nozl2
Nozl3

10K R112
TP23

A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12

F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7

GAL16V8-10LJ

10K R111

ImageWordLH

VCC3

I0
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

10K R110 VCC3

SN74LVCH16245 DGG

/ChgPLatch1

IC54

5
4
3
2
1

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

27
WE

CS

OE

20

22

MaskBit
Page1
Page0
BitSel4
BitSel3
BitSel2
BitSel1
BitSel0
19
18
17
16
15
13
12
11
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

20

27
WE

22

N341256LSJ-15

Col1

IC61
N341256LSJ-15

ChgBS13
ChgBS12
ChgBS11
ChgBS10
ChgBS9
ChgBS8
ChgBS7
ChgBS6
ChgBS5
ChgBS4
ChgBS3
ChgBS2
ChgBS1
ChgBS0

ChgBS13
Col0

CS

OE

19
18
17
16
15
13
12
11

27

20
CS

WE

22
OE

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

IC60

IC59
N341256LSJ-15

1K
R108

A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

A16

ChgBS11
VL5
ChgBS12
VL6

1
26
2
23
21
24
25
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

A15

ChgBS10
VL4

Col1
Col0
VL6
VL5
VL4
VL3
VL2
VL1
VL0
Nozl5
Nozl4
Nozl3
Nozl2
Nozl1
Nozl0

A14

ChgBS9
VL3

A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

A13

ChgBS8
VL2

1
26
2
23
21
24
25
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

A12

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

Col1
Col0
VL6
VL5
VL4
VL3
VL2
VL1
VL0
Nozl5
Nozl4
Nozl3
Nozl2
Nozl1
Nozl0

A11

/LOE LAB/BA
LA0
LB0
LA1
LB1
GND
GND
LA2
LB2
LA3
LB3
VCC3 VCC3
LA4
LB4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HB0
HA0
HB1
HA1
GND
GND
HB2
HA2
HB3
HA3
VCC3 VCC3
HB4
HA4
HB5
HA5
GND
GND
HB6
HA6
HB7
HA7
/HOE HAB/BA

MaskBit
Page1
Page0
BitSel4
BitSel3
BitSel2
BitSel1
BitSel0

IC58
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

A10

ChgStop
NCHG
CHG
ND2
ND1
MD2
MD1
KC1

SN74LVCH16245 DGG

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_7/9 Circuit Diagram


VCC
PC55

PC56

CE0.1u CE0.1u

CE22p

A[0..25]
D[0..31]
/ChgPOE
MaskBit
BitSel0
BitSel1
BitSel2
BitSel3
BitSel4
ChargeStop
ChgBS0
ChgBS1
ChgBS2
ChgBS3

EXBA10E102J

PC57
CE0.1u

A15
ENC_PHB
ENC_PHA

VCC3

R175 R177
10K 10K
R174 R176 R178 VCC
10K 10K 10K

VCC

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

VCC

VCC3

ENC_PHB
ENC_PHA

C76

A15

5
4
3
2
1

C75
CE22p

D9
D8
A1
A0

VCC3
6
7
8
9
10

ChargeStop
BitSel4
BitSel3
BitSel2
BitSel1
BitSel0
MaskBit
/ChgPOE
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10

RA27

ChgBS3
ChgBS2
ChgBS1
ChgBS0

ADONE
ADATA
ACLK
ACONFIG
ASTATUS

EXBA10E102J

C81
CE15p

C82
CE15p

VCC3
R125
1K

R132
330

RA26

VCC

VCC

38 A21
37 A20
36 ImageWordReq
35
EnBitSel
34

/WrAlt
ImageWordReq
ImageWordLH ImageWordLH
CPLReq
CS2
CS1
CS0

6
7
8
9
10

5
4
3
2
1

C122
CE22p

C123
CE22p

EXBA10E103J

R181
1K

A15

1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11

VCC3

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Y0

PC54

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

IC63
R180
1K

PC53

I/O
I/O
I/O
IN2.MODE
Y1//RESET

ISPLSI1016 QFP44

/ispEN
SDI.IN0
I/O
I/O
I/O

Y2/SCLK
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

PLSI1016-60LT44

M_EncMode
M_EncTrigPulse
M_FlushMode
M_FlushTrigPulse
M_BitSelReq
M_ChargeStart
M_ChargeRunning
M_TrigPls
M_EncDir

M_FireEnable
M_EnBitSel

A16
A17
A18
A19
/WREQ

DG0
DG1
DG2
DG3
DG4
DG5
DG6
DG7

ImgWd14
ImgWd15

R123
1K

10
9
8
7
6

OEAlt

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
R124
1K

VCC3

CLK60
A[0..25]
/HEADCS
/WE0
/RD

CE0.1u CE0.1u

VCC3

74LS245

CLK60

HIC_/STB
HIC_DATA1
HIC_DATA0
HIC_/CLR
HIC_CLK

Color5
Color4
Color3
Color2
Color1
Color0
HeadStb
HdSerClk

RA28

VCC
1
2
3
4
5

19
1

SDO.IN1
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

ImgWd0
ImgWd1
ImgWd2
ImgWd3
ImgWd4

for PassiveSerialMode

HIC_/Stb
HIC_Data1
HIC_Data0
HIC_/Clr
HIC_Clk

Color5
Color4
Color3
Color2
Color1
Color0
HeadStb
HdSerClk

18
19
20
21
22

Page1
PageD1
ColD0
ColD1
ColD2
EnBitSel

E
DIR

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

OEAlt
/WrAlt

Page1
PageD1
ColD0
ColD1
ColD2
EnBitSel

ALTERA6016QC208

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

/RD
/WE0
/HEADCS
CPLReq

/ALTRES
VL2
VL3
VL4
VL5
VL6
Page0
PageD0

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

44
43
42
41
40

VL2
VL3
VL4
VL5
VL6
Page0
PageD0

156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
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

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
IN3

1K

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
CONF_DONE
VCCIO
VCCINT
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Input GCLK
VCCIO
VCCINT
GND
Input GCLK
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
VCCINT
GND
I/O
I/O
EPF6016QC208-3
I/O
I/O
I/O

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

100

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
nCE
GND
VCCINT
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Input GCLK
GND
VCCINT
VCCIO
Input GCLK
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
VCCINT
VCCIO
MSEL( PS:GND )
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

IC10
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

12
CLK10
/ChgPLatch0 13
/ChgPLatch1 14
15
16

R139

ChgBS9
ChgBS10
ChgBS11
ChgBS12
Col0
Col1
Nozl0
Nozl1
Nozl2
Nozl3
Nozl4
Nozl5
VL0
VL1
CLK10

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

ImgWd5
ImgWd6
ImgWd7
ImgWd8
ImgWd9
ImgWd10
ImgWd11
ImgWd12
ImgWd13

33 CS2
32 CS1
31 CS0
30
29
27
26
25
24
23

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

E
DIR
74LVC245

IC9
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

/SRAMCS2
/SRAMCS1
/SRAMCS0
/Gate1
/Gate0
ImgWordL
ChgBS13

19
1

/RESET

ImgWd[0..15]
/ChgPLatch1
/ChgPLatch0

DG[0..7]
CN19

A[0..25]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

R29

ChgBS9
ChgBS10
ChgBS11
ChgBS12
Col0
Col1
Nozl0
Nozl1
Nozl2
Nozl3
Nozl4
Nozl5
VL0
VL1

ChgBS4
ChgBS5
ChgBS6
ChgBS7
ChgBS8

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
nCONFIG
GND
VCCIO
nSTATUS
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

ChgBS4
ChgBS5
ChgBS6
ChgBS7
ChgBS8

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
DCLK
VCCIO
GND
DATA0
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

IC62

NON

ISPSDO
ISPSDO_CENT
/ISPEN
ISPMODE

/WREQ
ISPSCLK

25

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_8/9 Circuit Diagram


+41V

PORSW2
RXE110

+ C79
100u/63V

R133
2.0 2W
3
7
8
13
16
18

C69
CE0.1u

VK

19

VREF

24
23
22
21

12
11
10
9

15
14

HIC_H8D2813E

R137
10/0.25W

GND

DATA
CLK
/STB
/CLR

GND

VCC

Q18
2SA1469

COM
VCC

CN15

Q16
2SC3746

COM
COM

C67
20
CE0.1u C62
25
CE0.1u

ND1
ND2
MD1
MD2

CE0.1u
33u/63V
+
C89
C87
33u/16V

17

CHG
KCI

C68

VH

+41V

C83
10u/63V

HIC1
2

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

VCC

C60
CE0.1u

NCHGA
R135
4.7 2W

C85
CE12000p

HdSerClk
Color0
Color1

VCC3

CHGA
KC1A
ND1A
ND2A
MD1A
MD2A
HIC_DATA0
HIC_CLK
HIC_/STB
HIC_/CLR

Color2
R127
1K

74LVC14
IC3C
6

ENC_PHA

R121 33

5
8

ENC_PHB

HEAD_THRM

9
74LVC14
IC3D

R122 33
C78
CE0.01u

+41V

HeadStb

R126
1K

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
IL-FPC-28ST-N

C77
CE0.01u

PORSW3
RXE110

COM

VREF
VCC
GND

COM

Q17
2SC3746

4
5

Q19
2SA1469

/P_SIDE_SENS

24
23
22
21

12
11
10
9

HIC_H8D2813E
15
14

VCC
R138
10/0.25W

GND

33u/63V
C90

19
C72
20
+
CE0.1u
C71
33u/16V
25
CE0.1u
C88

COM

DATA
CLK
/STB
/CLR

CE0.1u

VK

ND1
ND2
MD1
MD2

17

CHG
KCI

C73

VH

+41V

C84
10u/63V

HIC2
2

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

VCC

C70
CE0.1u

R134
2.0 2W

3
7
8
13
16
18

C74
CE0.1u

+ C80
100u/63V

R136
4.7 2W

C86
CE12000p

NCHGB
HdSerClk
Color3
Color4

CHGB
KC1B
ND1B
ND2B
MD1B
MD2B
HIC_DATA1

Color5
HeadStb
PAPER_SIDE

CN17
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
IL-FPC-28ST-N

VCC3
VCC3

IC3E

11

10

R3
33K

CE0.1u

VCC
Vs

R4
6.8K

RESET
GND

C5

IC2

CT

TL7700C

74LVC14

R1
1K

IC3A
1

IC3B
2

74LVC14

12
4

74LVC14

+ C11
10u/16V

VCC3
PC58

PC59

CE0.1u CE0.1u

26

IC3F

/RESET
74LVC14

13

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_9/9 Circuit Diagram

+41V
+41V

-5V

VCC
VCC

5
23
24
R15
NON

1
2
3
4
5

B6P-VH
PAM0
PAM1
PAM2

RA22

R22

G
1
2
3
4

NON
R30
NON
O

C7
NON

6
22

ENA A
ENA B

2
26
4

VREFA
VREFB
CR

C31
NON

VSA

NON
D2FL20U

C63
100u/63V

R91
22K
Q10

IC46C
NJU201AM

Hi/Off 3

MHPOW

NON

11

G
1
2
3
4

R59

10
12
14
18

LG A
LG B
NC
NC
NC
NC

7
21
9
15
16
19

VSB

27

NON
R48

C15
NON

NON

NON
Q6
NON

D17
NON

FL2

NON

NON
D14
NON
FL3
NON

FL4

R58
NON

NON
D19
NON

C34
NON

R53
NON

CN2
1
2
3
4

NON

D18
NON

C33
NON

R104

PBM0
PBM1
PBM2

R47

NON

R2
2.7K

R89
47K

VX

D15 RXE185
D2FL20U

Q12
2SB1551

R92
22K

C58
CE0.1u

PORSW1

RA23

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

FL1

R54
NON

CE0.1u

+41V

D13 CL02BE181
R9
56K
D5S6M-4000

1
2
3
4
5

R105

C59

D2FL20U
D11

+27V

L1

FB

CE0.1u

ON/OFF

C57

OUT

GND

VIN

10

IC47
LM2576HVT-ADJLB03

+41V

D10

VMMA
VMMB

PHA
PHB
DECAY

TO GRID MTR

8
20

RSB

GR_PHA
GR_PHB

CN9
1
2
3
4
5
6

+ C37
NON

IC35
NON
VCC
ALM

25
3

PG

FROM POWER SUPPLY

17

C40
100u/25V

13

RSA

C39
100u/25V

C41
100u/63V

GRID_POWER

NON
Q15
NON

NO MOUNT

3.3V REGULATOR
TAB IS OUTPUT!!

D2FL20U

VCC
+41V
C29
CE0.1u

VCC

Low/Off 3

IC28E
10
74LS14

11

/HRESET

Q5
DTC114EK
R17
10K

DTC114EK

25
3

-5V

IC21D
12
11
13

PM_PHA
PM_PHB

74ALS08

VCC
ALM
PHA
PHB
DECAY

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

6
22

ENA A
ENA B

2
26
4

VREFA
VREFB
CR

LG A
LG B
NC
NC
NC
NC

7
21
9
15
16
19

VSB

27

VSA
RSA

C32
PMP_POWER

10

R87
1K
C66
CE470p

IC49B
9
Q

TRIG

TRIG

DIS

13

11

CVolt

THR

12

C92
CE0.01u

C16

uPD5556G-E1

R84
10K

3
CVolt
C91
CE0.01u

THR

R62
820

1ohm 1W
R128

IC49A
5
Q
DIS

D16
D1FL20U

ERJ8GEY0R00V
D20
D1FL20U
FL6

CN3
1
2
3
4
5233-04A

ERJ8GEY0R00V
D21
D1FL20U
FL7
ERJ8GEY0R00V
D22
D1FL20U

R60
ERJ8GEY0R00V

220
C36
CE820p

C35
CE820p

D23
D1FL20U

10u/63V
2SK974L
Q8

C65

CE470p

CE1000P

R55
0.68 /1W

R56
0.68 /1W

CN12

+ C42

uPD5556G-E1

10
12
14
18

+27V

R99
18K

14

68K

VCC

10K

R61
220

VCC

R43

11

CE3900p
VCC

VCC

FL5

FL8

for FanControl
FAN_ON/OFF

TO POMPMTR

8
20

5
23
24

R18 10K

R100

VMMA
VMMB

RSB

MLPOW

IC28F
12
74LS14

13

Q11

+ C38
100u/63V

IC36
MTD2005

13

+ C64
100u/25V

VCC

C61
CE0.1u

R8
10K

PG

C30
CE0.1u

R93
22K

17

VO

IC46B
NJU201AM

GND

VI

R94
22K

VCC3

IC48
LT1086CT-3.3

Q13
2SB1551

+27V

GND

D12

VCC

11

DTC114EK

1
2
5267-02A

L3
CL02BE181
2

FAN_LOW/HIGH

D4A

DA227
4

D4B

R97

150

DA227

27

2 Electrical Section

2-3 SUB BOARD ASS'Y


SUB BOARD_1/2 Circuit Diagram

+42V

+42V

+42V

THM
CN5
1
2
3
4
53014-04

52207-2490

TO ENCORDER

HeadStb
R6

PAPER_SIDE

NON

DTB123EK

BA-10358F

C5
CE0.1u

2
VCC
3
IEEE1284 LEVEL1

D1B
DA227

/INIT
/SELECTIN
/AUTOFD
CD7
CD6
CD5
CD4
/ACK
BUSY
PERROR
CD3
CD2
CD1
CD0
SELECT
/FAULT

D1A

RA5
1

DA227

DA227

1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E332J

RA1
4
5
4 5
3
6
3 6
2
7
2 7
1
8
1 8
EXBS8V330J
R2
33
R1
33

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

SN74ACT1284
VCC
IC2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
GND VCC
GND VCC
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
DIR
HD

RA2
4
3
2
1

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

1
2
3
4

SN74ACT1284

IL-FPC-22ST-N

EXBS8V330J
5
4 5
6
3 6
7
2 7
8
1 8

R3

PC2
CE0.1u

PC3
CE0.1u

19
1

E
DIR
74LS245

4
3
2
1

C2
NON

C5
CE1000p

RA7
1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E332J

I/F BOARD

28

C2
+ C3
47u/16V CE0.1u

+ C4
47u/63V

JP1
NON

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

56364-060-BXE
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

LINER ENCORDER
BOARD
PC1
CE0.1u
6
5
4
3
2
1
7

CN1
4
3
2
1

IC1
VCC
CH.B
VCC
CH.A
N.C.
GND
GND
HEDS-9200Q

CABLE-ASSY LINER ENCODER FJ-50

CN1
1
2
3

5
6
7
8

C4
NON

C3
NON

5
6
7
8

PC1
CE0.1u

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

C1
CE0.1u

PAPER SIDE
SENSOR BOARD

RA4
5
4 5
6
3 6
7
2 7
8
1 8
EXBS8V330J

4
3
2
1

VCC

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

C6
CE1000P

3.9K

4
3
2
1

IC3
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

+42V

RA3
8
1 8
7
2 7
6
3 6
5
4 5
EXBS8V330J

R5
NON

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

TO PAPER SIDE SENSOR BOARD

RA6
EXBS8V102J

/STB

D1B

CN1

IC1
CN2
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

100

R4
0

A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
GND VCC
GND VCC
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
DIR
HD

82

CN6
1
2
3
53014-03

VCC

D1A
DA227

- 2
VBA-10358F

VCC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

R1
VR1
10KVR

VCC

+ C1
10u/25V

R2

R5
3.3K

C7
CE1000P

U1A
V+
+ 3

1K

CARRIAGE BOARD

3 1

VCC

R3

Q1

U1B

R4
2.2K

VCC

U1
GP2S40

CABLE-ASSY P-SIDE-SENS FJ-50


2

VCC

ENC_PHB

Color5

ENC_PHA

Color4

HeadStb

Color3

Color2

HeadSelialClk

Color1

NCHGoutB

Color0

VCC

HeadSelialClk

COM_HEAD2

NCHGoutA

CN4
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
52207-2490

VCC

TO MAIN BOARD

VCC
VCC

CN2
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
IL-404-28L-LW

TO LEFT HEAD

COM_HEAD1

TO MAIN BOARD CN15

CN3
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

TO RIGHT HEAD

+42V
CN1
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
IL-404-28L-LW

2 Electrical Section

SUB BOARD_2/2 Circuit Diagram

INKTANK SENS BOARD

VCC

VCC

19
1

R4
R3
10K

PAUSE

SEL-6414E

DTD113EK

LED4
Q5
DTD113EK

TO LCD

POWER

11
1

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

SETUP_LED
POWER_LED

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

D1B
4

BASE

DA227

CLK
CLR
74LS273

D3B
4

3
DA227

VCC
BZ1

DTD113EK

IC3

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

19
1

10
9
8
7
6

3
DA227

SETUP
PAUSE
CLEANING
POWER
QUALITY
MEDIA_CUT
MENU
ENTER

10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

D5B
4

3
1

D5A

DA227
SW1

EVQ21307K

SW2

EVQ21307K

SW3

EVQ21307K

SW4

EVQ21307K

SW5

EVQ21307K

SW6

EVQ21307K

SW7

EVQ21307K

SW8

EVQ21307K

SW9

EVQ21307K

SW10

EVQ21307K

SW11

EVQ21307K

SW12

EVQ21307K

SW13

EVQ21307K

RA2
1
2
3
4
5

BUZZER
DA227

VCC

E
DIR
74LS245

D4A

DA227

MEB-12C-5

EXBA10E103J

IC4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

D3A

D4B
Q7

1
2
3
4
5

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

DA227

VCC

19
1

D2A

DA227

R9

LEFT CURSOR
TOP CURSOR
DOWN CURSOR
RIGHT CURSOR
BASE
COVER SENSOR

E
DIR
74LS245

SETUP
PAUSE
CLEANING
POWER
QUALITY
PAPER_CUT
MENU
ENTER
LEFT CURSOR
TOP CURSOR
DOWN CURSOR
RIGHT CURSOR
BASE

CN1
4
3
2
1
175487-4

BLACK

CN2
4
3
2
1
175487-4

CYAN

CN3
4
3
2
1
175487-4

MAGENTA

CN4
4
3
2
1
175487-4

LIGHT CYAN

CN5
4
3
2
1
175487-4

LIGHT MAGENTA

330

Q6
DTD113EK

RA1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

D1A

D2B
4

53014-10

SEL-6414E

LCD_ON
BUZZER
BASE LED
PAUSE_LED
BUSY_LED

DA227

SEL-6414E
LED5

3
DA227

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

CN13

FROM MAIN BOARD

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

R8
330

IC2
PD1
PD3
PD5
PD7
PD6
PD4
PD2
PD0

R7
330

Q4

IL-FPC-20ST-N

LED3

470
Q1
DTD113EK

/RESET

SEL-6414E

DTD113EK

E
DIR

74LS245

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

R6
330

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

SETUP

Q3

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

LED2

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

R5
330

IC1
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
3022-14A

VCC

BUSY

SEL-6414E

DTD113EK

PD[0..7]

CN3
1

LCD_RS
LCD_R/W
LCD_E
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
/LCD_CS
/LED
/SW0
/SW1

LED1
Q2

2
R2
10K

CN1
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

VCC

+ C10
47u/16V

D6B
4

3
DA227

D6A

DA227

CN6
4
3
2
1

YELLOW

175487-4

FAN JUNCTION BOARD

R1
33
VCC

PC1
CE0.1u

PC2
CE0.1u

PC3
CE0.1u

CN2
1
2
53014-02

PC4
CE0.1u

TO COVER SENSER

CN1
1
2
5267-02A

CN2
1
2
5267-02A
CN3
1
2
5267-02A

FAN SCIROCCO

FAN SCIROCCO

PANEL BOARD

29

2 Electrical Section

2-4 ELECTRIC MAINTENANCE PART

MAIN BOARD

IC.No.

Parts No.

Description

Function

IC10

15269234

SN74LS245NS

Head I/F Buffer

IC36

15189105

MTD2005

Pump Motor Driver

IC43

15199952

L6203

Carriage Motor Driver

IC67

15199952

L6203

Grit Motor Driver

IC47

15199112

LM2576HVT-ADJLB03

Regulator (+27V)

IC48

15199117

LT1086CT-3.3

Regulator (+3.3V)

HIC1

15159103

HIC_H8D2813E

Left Head Control Driver

HIC2

15159103

HIC_H8D2813E

Right Head Control Driver

Q8

15119110

2SK974L

Fan Driver

Q12

15129444

2SB1551

Voltage Select

Q13

15129444

2SB1551

Voltage Select

Q16

15129111

2SC3746R

Left Head Power Driver

Q17

15129110

2SA1469R

Left Head Power Driver

Q18

15129111

2SC3746R

Right Head Power Driver

Q19

15129110

2SA1469R

Right Head Power Driver

IC.No.

Parts No.

Description

Function

IC1

15169146

SN74ACT1284NS

Centronics I/F Buffer

IC2

15169146

SN74ACT1284NS

Centronics I/F Buffer

IC3

15269234

SN74LS245NS

Centronics I/F Buffer

SUB BOARD

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

3 Replacement of Main Parts


Following table describes the necessary adjustment after the replacement of each parts.

Replacement Parts
HEAD

Necessary Adjustment
1. HEAD RANK SETTING

Replacement Parts
CAPPING ASSEMBLY

Necessary Adjustment
1. CAPPING POSITION ADJUSTMENT
2. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE

2. HEAD ALIGNMENT

3. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Replacement Parts
MAIN BOARD

4. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Necessary Adjustment
1. DIP SW SETTING

Replacement Parts

Necessary Adjustment

2. INSTALLATION OF BATTERY
3. FIRMWARE UPDATE

ENCODER SCALE

1. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP

4. EEPROM INITIALIZE

2. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE

5. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE

3. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

6. MOTOR BALANCE ADJUSTMENT

4. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

7. HEAD RANK SETTING


8. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Replacement Parts

Necessary Adjustment

9. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP


10. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT

CARRIAGE WIRE

1. WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT


2. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE

11. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

3. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP

12. HEAD ALIGNMENT


(HORIZONTAL & BIDIRECTION)

4. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

13. CALIBRATION

5. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

3-1 HEAD_REPLACEMENT

Turn off the main power switch.

Make sure to turn off the main power switch when


replacing the HEAD. HEAD will break.
It is recommended to unplug the machine for
safety.

MAIN POWER
SWITTCH

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.

GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

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Remove the HEAD CARRIAGE COVER.

HEAD CARRIAGE COVER

SCREWS

Remove the INK DAMPER COVER.

INK DAMPER COVER

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

Disconnect the INK DAMPER from the HEAD.

INK DAMPER

Do not hold the sides of the INK DAMPER. It


could break.

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

Disconnect the CABLE from the CARRIAGE BOARD.

CARRIAGE BOARD

CABLE

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Remove the SCREW and WASHER fixing the HEAD.

1. Be careful not to lose the WASHER.


2. Don't touch the HEAD where the INK
DAMPER is connected.

WASHER

SCREW

Remove the SPRING.

Be careful not to lose the SPRING.

WASHER

Pull the HEAD towards the front and then pull it up to


remove it together with the CABLE.

2
1

Write down the HEAD RANK written on the top part of the

10 new HEAD.

HEAD RANK

12212

It is necessary when setting the HEAD RANK.

HEAD

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11

Connect the CABLE to the new HEAD.

3
Fix the new HEAD and the SPRING on the HEAD

12 CARRIAGE.

CABLE

Make sure that the CABLE will go behind the SHAFT of


the HEAD CARRIAGE.

It is easier to fix the SPRING on the HEAD first.


SPRING
WASHER

13

SCREW

Connect the INK DAMPER to the HEAD.

Do not hold the sides of the INK DAMPER. It


could break.

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

14

Connect the CABLE to the CARRIAGE BOARD

CARRIAGE BOARD

CABLE

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Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [


] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

15 [

], [

] and

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

3
16

Select [HEAD RANK] menu.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD RANK

HEAD RANK
L20112 R19215

Set the HEAD RANK by selecting the digit with [ ] and


] keys, and changing the parameters with [ ] and [ ]
keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

17 [

HEAD RANK
L20112 R19215
[ENTER]
LEFT HEAD

RIGHT HEAD

Revision 1
Carry out the following adjustments after resetting the dot

18 count in the [HISTORY MENU].


1. HEAD ALIGNMENT
2. THERMISTOR CHECK

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3-2 CLEANING WIPER_REPLACEMENT

Remove the PUMP COVER.


GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

3
2

Set the CLEANING LEVER to the rear side.

CLEANING
LEVER

PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

Unhook the CLEANING WIPER and replace it with new


one.

CLEANING WIPER

HOOK

Fix the new CLEANING WIPER to the CLEANING


LEVER.

Revision 1

CLEANING WIPER

Felt Side

Be careful with the direction of the CLEANING


WIPER.
Make sure that dust won't stick on the
CLEANING WIPER when fixing it.

Rubber Side

HOOK

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3-3 CAPPING ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

3
2

Disconnect the 2 TUBEs connected to the CAPPING


ASSEMBLY from the PUMP UNIT.

CAPPING ASSEMBLY

TUBE

PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

Remove the 2 screws fixing the CAPPING PLATE and


remove the CAPPING ASSEMBLY by sliding it to the right
side.

CAPPING ASSEMBLY

SCREW

PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

Remove the CAPPING PLATE and fix it on the new


CAPPING ASSEMBLY.

SCREW

Don't touch the sponge inside the CAP.


Make sure that the dust won't stick on the
CAPPING part.
CAPPING PLATE

CAPPING ASSEMBLY_SIDE VIEW


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Fix the new CAPPING ASSEMBLY to the PUMP UNIT.

CAPPING ASSEMBLY

SCREW

PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

Make sure that the TUBEs won't go underneath


the CAPPING ASSEMBLY.

TUBES

CAPPING ASSEMBLY_SIDE VIEW

Connect the 2 TUBEs from the PUMP UNIT to the


CAPPING ASSEMBLY.

CAPPING ASSEMBLY

TUBE
PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

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Carry out the following adjustments.


1. CAPPING POSITION ADJUSTMENT
2. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE
3. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT
4. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

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3-4 MAIN BOARD_REPLACEMENT

Turn off the main power switch.


Remove the PLATE behind the RIGHT SIDE COVER.

PLATE

MAIN POWER SWITCH

Remove the BATTERY from the current MAIN BOARD


and install it on the new MAIN BOARD.
SOCKET

BATTERY

MAIN BOARD

Follow the steps listed in the following table after replacing


the MAIN BOARD.

Replacement Parts
MAIN BOARD

Necessary Adjustment
1. DIP SW SETTING
2. INSTALLATION OF BATTERY
3. FIRMWARE UPDATE
4. EEPROM INITIALIZE
5. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE
6. MOTOR BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
7. HEAD RANK SETTING
8. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT
9. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP
10. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
11. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT
12. HEAD ALIGNMENT
(HORIZONTAL & BIDIRECTION)
13. CALIBRATION

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3-5 BATTERY_REPLACEMENT
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
ATTENTION
II y a danger dexplosion sil y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du mme type ou dun type quivalent recommand par le
constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment aux instructions du fabricant.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig handtering.
Udskiftning ma kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leveranren.

Do not recharge, short-circuit,


disassemble the lithium battery, nor
put it into fire.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Do not use the lithium battery by


mixing the new one with the old one
nor mixing the different types
together.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Put tape around the lithium battery


for insulation for disposal or
preservation.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

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Turn off the main power switch.


Remove the PLATE behind the RIGHT SIDE COVER.

PLATE

3
2

Remove the BATTERY on the MAIN BOARD by pushing it


down and tilting towards the right.
SOCKET

MAIN BOARD

Replace the BATTERY to the new one.


SOCKET

Be careful with the direction of the BATTERY.


BATTERY

MAIN BOARD

Clear the BATTERY EMPTY FLAG from the [CLOCK


CHECK] in the SERVICE MODE.

SERVICE MENU
CLOCK CHECK

CLOCK CHECK
B
0y00d00h00m00s

CLOCK CHECK
CLEAR BAT FLAG
[ENTER]

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Dispose the BATTERY.


FOLLOWING MAY CAUSE EXPLOSION OF BATTERY.
RECHARGE, SHORT-CIRCUIT, DISASSEMBLY, HEATING,
PUTTING INTO FIRE.
DON'T PUT BATTERY WITH OTHER METAL OR BATTERY.
DISPOSE BATTERY WITHOUT INSULATION.

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3-6 ENCODER SCALE_REPLACEMENT

Turn off the main power switch.


Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL
COVER.

GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

3
2

Remove the ENCODER SCALE.


ENCODER SCALE

SCREW

FRONT VIEW

Fix the SPRING PLATE to the end of the new ENCODER


SCALE where there is no black dot written on it.

SPRING PLATE
BLACK DOT

Make sure not to make scratches or put grease on


the ENCODER SCALE when fixing it.

FRONT VIEW

Fix the ENCODER SCALE to the ENCODER PLATE.


Make sure that the ENCODER SCALE moves up and down
by hand at the SPRING PLATE side by hand.

ENCODER SCALE

SPRING PLATE

ENCODER PLATE

REAR VIEW
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Make sure that the ENCODER SCALE is placed above the


center of two holes of the ENCODER MODULE.
If not, adjust the position of the ENCODER MODULE.

ENCODER SCALE

ENCODER MODULE

HOLE
OK
ENCODER MODULE

ENCODER SCALE

HOLE

NG

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE in a whole distance and make


sure that the ENCODER SCALE doesn't rub against the
ENCODER MODULE.

ENCODER MODULE

ENCODER SCALE

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Carry out the LINEAR ENCODER SETUP.

3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-7 CARRIAGE WIRE_REPLACEMENT

Turn off the main power switch.


Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL
COVER.

GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

3
2

Remove the PANEL COVER.

PANEL COVER

1. 2 screws fixing the PANEL COVER from the


front are located at the CARTRIDGE HOLDER
part.
2. Be careful with the CABLE and WIRE when
removing the PANEL COVER.

SCREWS

Remove the LEVER KNOB and then the LEFT SIDE


COVER.

LEVER KNOB

LEFT SIDE COVER

Remove the GUIDE RAIL PLATE.

GUIDE RAIL PLATE

TOP VIEW

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Loosen the 2 screws fixing the HEAD CARRIAGE to the


CARRIAGE WIRE.

WIRE

SCREW

Loosen SCREW A and SCREW B located at the left side of


the unit in order.

SCREW B

SCREW A

Remove the CARRIAGE WIRE as shown in the figure.


CARRIAGE WIRE

Loose the 3 screws fixing the CARRIAGE MOTOR.


CARRIAGE MOTOR

SCREWS

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Remove the SHAFT STAY.

SHAFT STAY

10

SCREWS

Remove the DRIVE PULLEY.


DRIVE PULLEY

SCREW

Loosen the SCREW A and pull out the CARRIAGE WIRE

11 and replace it with new one.

CARRIAGE WIRE

12

SCREW A

Fix the DRIVE PULLEY to the MOTOR BASE.


MOTOR BASE
DRIVE PULLEY

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Tighten the SCREW A until the PULLEY SHAFT makes

13 contact with the SHAFT STAY.


Then, tighten SCREW B.

SCREW A
PULLEY
SHAFT

3
Wind the CARRIAGE WIRE around the DRIVE PULLEY

14 from the bottom to the top.

DRIVE PULLEY

Make sure that the CARRIAGE WIRE doesn't


cross over.

CARRIAGE WIRE

Rotate the DRIVE PULLEY until the CARRIAGE WIRE

15 comes to its center.

CARRIAGE WIRE

DRIVE PULLEY

Fix the HEAD CARRIAGE at the center part of the GUIDE

16 RAIL.

WIRE_RIGHT SIDE

Fix the CARRIAGE WIRE at the bottom part of the LEFT


SCREW and top part of the RIGHT SCREW.

WIRE_LEFT SIDE

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Fix the CARRIAGE MOTOR so that there is no looseness

17 or too much load.

CARRIAGE MOTOR

SCREWS

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE in a whole distance of the

18 GUIDE RAIL to remove the slack in the CARRIAGE


WIRE.
Carry out the following adjustments after fixing the
CARRIAGE MOTOR.
1. WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT
2. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE
3. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP
4. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT
5. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

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4 Adjustment

4-1 Special Tool


Table shows a list of special tools recommended by Roland DG Corp.

Tool No.

ST-011

Tool name

TENSION METER
WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT

Purpose

Tool No.

21755102

Tool name

CLEANING LIQUID, 500ML CJ-70

HEAD WASH
Purpose

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4-2 Service Mode


[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

SERVICE MENU
SENSOR CHECK
[ ]

[ ]

[ ]

FRSOCP
***
[ ]

[ ]

KCMcmY [KCMcmY]
** *

Displays the status of the sensors. When the sensor is ON, * will be displayed. Alphabet in the first menu stands for
Front Paper Sensor, Rear Paper Sensor, Paper Side Sensor, Origin Sensor, Cover Sensor and Pinch Roller Sensor from
the left. Alphabet in the second menu stands for Black, Cyan, Light Cyan, Magenta, Light Magenta and Yellow from
the left and checks Cartridge Sensor. [KCMcmY] is for Ink Empty Sensor.
[

SERVICE MENU
MEMORY CHECK
[

[ ]

EEPROM CHECK

DRAM CHECK [14M]

CP-SRAM CHECK

DP-SRAM CHECK

BP-SRAM CHECK

Checks memories in one sequence. Memories being checked are EEPROM, DRAM, BIT POINTER SRAM, CHARGE
PATTERN SRAM and DUAL PORT SRAM. When there is no problem in the memory, DONE will be displayed and
proceeds to the next memory check automatically. In case of error, check stops and displays the address and written data.
And also, check can be continued by pressing the [ ] key and canceled with [ ] key.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
HEAD RANK
[ ]

[ ]

HEAD RANK
[ ] L20112 R19215

HEAD RANK can be set. Refer to the section 4 [HEAD RANK_SETTING] for details.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
AGING
[ ]

[ ]

[ ]

AGING
[ ] SCAN
[
[
AGING
FEED

[
AGING
BOTH

]
[ ]

FEED
[ ] +288 +290 +292

]
[ ]

SCAN
[ ] +288 +290 +292

BOTH
[ ] NOW AGING...

[ ]
AGING
SCAN WITH INK
[ ]
[ ]
AGING
BOTH WITH INK

[ ]

[ ]

SCAN WITH INK


[ ] +288 +290 +292

BOTH WITH INK


[ ] NOW AGING...

This menu is used for adjusting the MOTOR BALANCE. Refer to section 4 [MOTOR BALANCE ADJUSTMENT]
for details.
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[

SERVICE MENU
PAPER SIDE SENS
[

[ ]

PAPERSIDE SENS
[ ] OUTPUT LEVEL
[ ]
[ ]
PAPERSIDE SENS
SENSOR AUTOTEST

[ ]
[ ]

Min0.1V Max1.2V
[0.7V]

[ ]

SENSOR AUTOTEST
0.5V NOISE=1

[ ]

This menu is used for adjusting the Paper Side Sensor. Refer to section 4 [PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT]
for details.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
KEY CHECK
[ ]

[ ]
[ ]

KEY CHECK
NO KEY

This menu is used for checking the keys. [NO KEY] will be displayed if no key is pressed. The name of the key being
pressed will be displayed. This menu can be finished by pressing the [ ] key.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
DIP SW CHECK
[ ]

[ ]
[ ]

DIP SW CHECK
0000
bit# [4321]

This menu is used for checking the DIP SW on the MAIN BOARD. Status of bit#1 ~ #4 of the DIP SW will be
displayed as 0 for OFF and 1 for ON.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
LCD/LED/BUZ CHK
[ ]

[ ]
As per displayed

This menu is used for checking LCD, LED and the Buzzer. When selecting this mode, checking for LCD, LED and the
Buzzer will be done by using their functions in one sequence.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
THERMISTOR CHK
[ ]

[ ]

THERMISTOR CHK
[ ] 25C 77.0F

This menu is used for checking the Thermistor. The temperature read by the thermistor on the HEAD will be displayed
when selecting this menu. Check whether the temperature displayed on the LCD is equivalent to the environment.
And also, make sure that the fluctuation of the displayed temperature is less than 1 degree.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
PUMP CHECK
[ ]

[ ]

PUMP CHECK
[ ] PUMP SUCTION
[ ]
[ ]
PUMP CHECK
PUMP RELEASE
[ ]
[ ]
PUMP CHECK
PUMP GAIN

[ ]

[ ]

[ ]

NOW PROCESSING..

NOW PROCESSING..

PUMP GAIN
[ ] LOW
[

[ ]
PUMP GAIN
HIGH
This menu is for checking the PUMP MOTOR. Rotation for Ink Suction Direction and Ink Drain Direction can be
checked and also LOW / HIGH selection of the PUMP MOTOR GAIN can be checked. Rotation check will stop after
5 seconds.

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[ ]
SERVICE MENU
FAN CHECK
[ ]

[ ]

FAN CHECK
[ ] OFF
[

[ ]
FAN CHECK
HIGH
[

[ ]
FAN CHECK
LOW
This menu is used for checking the FAN. OFF / HIGH / LOW can be selected.
[

SERVICE MENU
CLOCK CHECK
[ ]

[ ]

CLOCK CHECK
B
0y00d00h00m00s
[ ]

[ ]

CLOCK CHECK
[ ] CLEAR BAT FLAG

This menu is used for checking the REAL TIME CLOCK. Time being passed after the clock has started will be
displayed. When battery is run out, [B] will be displayed at the upper right corner of the LCD. In this case, battery has to
be replaced. However, the flag won't be cleared even battery is replaced. Make sure to clear the flag by entering the
Battery Flag Clear Menu and then pressing the [ENTER] key.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
PARALLEL CHECK
[ ]

[ ]

PARALLEL CHECK
[ ]

Data received through Parallel port will be displayed.


[ ]
SERVICE MENU
HEAD VOLTAGE
[ ]

[ ]

HEAD VOLTAGE
[ ] VK CHECK
[ ] VH KC1 22.3V
[ ] VH CHG 25.0V
VH ND2 3.35V
VH ND1 3.75V
VH MD2 3.55V
VH MD1 3.60V

This menu is for checking the HEAD VOLTAGE. It is for factory checking purposes.

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[ ]
SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[ ]

[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
[ ] BIAS TEST
[ ]
[ ]
HEAD ADJUST
HORIZ. TEST
[

[ ]

[ ]
]

BIAS TEST
[ ] TEST PRINT

HORIZ. TEST
[ ] TEST PRINT
[ ]
[ ]
HORIZ. TEST
ADJUST

[ ]
HEAD ADJUST
BI-DIR.DEFAULT

[ ]

[ ]

ADJUST
+1

+1

[ ]

ADJUST
+2

+2

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
[ ] TEST PRINT
[ ]
[ ]
BI-DIR.DEFAULT
ADJUST

[ ]

[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
TEST PRINT
This menu is for aligning the head position. Refer to section 4 [HEAD ALIGNMENT] for details.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
CALIB.DEFAULT
[ ]

[ ]

CALIB.DEFAULT
[ ] TEST PRINT
[ ]
[ ]
CALIB.DEFAULT
ADJUST

[ ]

ADJUST
[ ] 0.00%

0.00%

This menu is for calibrating the media feeding direction. Refer to section 4 [CALIBRATION] for details.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
FLUSHING ADJ.
[ ]

[ ]

FLUSHING ADJ.
[ ] SET POSITION

This menu is for Flushing Position Adjustment. Refer to section 4 [FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT] for details.
[ ]
SERVICE MENU
LINER ENC. SETUP
[ ]

[ ]

NOW PROCESSING..

OK

LINER ENC. SETUP


COMPLETED!!

NG

LINER ENC. SETUP


ERROR END!!

[ ]

[ ]

This menu is for Linear Encoder Setup. Refer to section 4 [LINEAR ENCODER SETUP] for details.

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SERVICE MENU
TEST PATTERN
[ ]

[ ]

TEST PATTERN
[ ] FILL PATTERN
[ ]
[ ]
TEST PATTERN
VERT. LINE
[ ]
[ ]
TEST PATTERN
FEED COMPENS

FILL PATTERN (100% SOLID COLORS)


Following test pattern will be printed in a whole width of media.
Printing mode is 360dpi / 4pass / Unidirection.

25mm

Y
Lm / Gr
Lc / Or
M

Feed

C
K
Scan

VERTICAL LINES
Following test pattern will be printed in a whole width of media.
BLACK and each color will be printed alternately.

K(Bi)
K

Feed

Lm
K
Lc
K
Y
K
M
K
C
Scan

FEED COMPENSATION
Following test pattern will be printed.
Printing mode is 720dpi / 4 pass / Unidirection with BLACK.

400 mm

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Feed

500 mm
Scan

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[ ]
SERVICE MENU
SYSTEM SWITCH
[ ]

[ ]

SYSTEM SWITCH
[ ] PAGE1:00000000

[ ]

SYSTEM SWITCH
[ ] PAGE4:00000000
bit# [87654321]

This menu is for selecting the function modes. It is not necessary to change any switches normally. Each bit can be
selected with [ ] and [ ] keys and it can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys. There are 4 pages of 8bit System Switch.

Bit#
PAGE4 : bit#8
PAGE4 : bit#7
bit#6
bit#5

[ ]
SERVICE MENU
HISTORY MENU
[ ]

[ ]

Contents
Front Cover
Ink Type Selection

Settings
0 : normal
1 : Always closed status
000 : 4 color (CMYK) mode
001 : Dye 6 color (CMYKLcLm) mode
010 : Pigment 6 color (CMYKLcLm) mode
011 : Pigment 6 color (CMYKLcLm) mode for PET-G
100 : Pigment 6 color (CMYKLcLm) mode for YP-M
101 : Pigment 6 color (CMYKOrGr) mode

POWER ON COUNT
100times
[ ]

Refer to the table.


All the records regarding the usage of the machine will be displayed. When [ ] and [
be displayed on the top row and parameters will be displayed on the bottom row.
[

] keys are pressed, each title will

SERVICE MENU
SERVICE REPORT

[ ]

SERVICE REPORT
[ ] BLACK
[ ]
[ ]
SERVICE REPORT
CYAN
[ ]
[ ]
SERVICE REPORT
MAGENTA
[ ]
[ ]
SERVICE REPORT
LIGHT CYAN
[ ]

or

SERVICE REPORT
ORANGE

[ ]
SERVICE REPORT
LIGHT MAGENTA
[ ]

or

SERVICE REPORT
LIGHT CYAN

[ ]
SERVICE REPORT
YELLOW

Service Report will be printed. Information necessary for service activity will be printed together with the system report.
It will be printed on a A4 size landscape media.

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Contents of Service Report


TITLE

CONTENTS

UNIT

POWER ON COUNT

Number of times being powered


on.

times

Total time being powered on.

hours

Total time the machine has


been in sleep mode.

hours

Total time of printing


performed.

hours

POWER ON TIME
SLEEP TIME

PRINTING TIME

SHEET CUT
SERVO ERROR
LOW TEMP.

Number of times the sheet has


been cut.
Number of times the servo error
has occurred.
Number of times the low temp.
error has occurred.

times

REFERENCE

It only counts time for the printing


being performed through I/F. It
doesn't count time for test prints.

Both command and panel.

times
times

HEAD DRY-UP

Number of times the head dryup error has occurred.

times

DOT CNT K

Number of dots fired from K.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

DOT CNT C

Number of dots fired from C.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

DOT CNT M

Number of dots fired from M.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

DOT CNT Lc/Or

Number of dots fired from


Lc/Or.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

DOT CNT Lm/Gr

Number of dots fired from


Lm/Gr.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

Head Carriage will move to the


locking position automatically if it is
left without capping for 10 min.

57

4 Adjustment

TITLE

UNIT

REFERENCE

DOT CNT Y

Number of dots fired from Y.

dots (increment of
1000 dots)

CLEAN AUTO

Number of times the auto


cleaning has been performed.

times

CLEAN NORMAL

Number of times the normal


cleaning has been performed.

times

Number of times the powerful


cleaning has been performed.

times

Number of times the fill ink


has been performed.

times

HEAD WASH

Number of times the head wash


has been performed.

times

PUMP UP

Number of times the pump up


has been performed.

times

WIPE

Number of times the headwiping has been performed.

times

RUB

Number of times the headrubbing has been performed.

times

CHANGE INK

Number of times the ink type


has been changed.

times

CARTRIDGE CHG

Number of times the cartridge


has been changed.

times

PIGMENT LcLm

Total page printed with pigment


LcLm.

pages

PIGMENT OrGr

Total page printed with pigment


OrGr.

pages

ditto

Total page printed with dye


LcLm.

pages

ditto

CLEAN POWERFUL

FILL INK

DYE OrGr

58

CONTENTS

It only counts time for the printing


being performed through I/F. It
doesn't count time for test prints.

4 Adjustment

TITLE

UNIT

REFERENCE

Total page printed with


overprint function.

pages

ditto

Under 10% duty

Total page printed with less


than 10% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Under 20% duty

Total page printed with less


than 20% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Under 30% duty

Total page printed with less


than 30% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Under 40% duty

Total page printed with less


than 40% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Under 50% duty

Total page printed with less


than 50% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Over 50% duty

Total page printed with more


than 50% ink duty.

pages

ditto

Under A3 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than A3 size.

pages

ditto

Under A2 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than A2 size.

pages

ditto

Under A1 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than A1 size.

pages

ditto

Under A0 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than A0 size.

pages

ditto

Under 2A0 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than 2xA0 size.

pages

ditto

Under 4A0 size

Total page printed with an area


smaller than 4xA0 size.

pages

ditto

Over 4A0 size

Total page printed with an area


bigger than 4xA0 size.

pages

ditto

OVER PRINT

CONTENTS

59

4 Adjustment

60

TITLE

CONTENTS

UNIT

REFERENCE

1440dpi 16pass

Total page printed with


1440dpi, 16pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

1440dpi 16pass B

Total page printed with


1440dpi, 16pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

900dpi 10pass

Total page printed with 900dpi,


10pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

900dpi 10pass B

Total page printed with 900dpi,


10pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

900dpi 5pass

Total page printed with 900dpi,


5pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

900dpi 5pass B

Total page printed with 900dpi,


5pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

720dpi 8pass

Total page printed with 720dpi,


8pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

720dpi 8pass B

Total page printed with 720dpi,


8pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

720dpi 4pass

Total page printed with 720dpi,


4pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

720dpi 4pass B

Total page printed with 720dpi,


4pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

540dpi 6pass

Total page printed with 540dpi,


6pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

4 Adjustment

TITLE

CONTENTS

UNIT

REFERENCE

540dpi 6pass B

Total page printed with 540dpi,


6pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

540dpi 3pass

Total page printed with 540dpi,


3pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

540dpi 3pass B

Total page printed with 540dpi,


3pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

360dpi 4pass

Total page printed with 360dpi,


4pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

360dpi 4pass B

Total page printed with 360dpi,


4pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

360dpi 2pass

Total page printed with 360dpi,


2pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

360dpi 2pass B

Total page printed with 360dpi,


2pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

180dpi 1pass

Total page printed with 360dpi,


1pass, uni-direction.

pages

ditto

180dpi 1pass B

Total page printed with 360dpi,


1pass, bi-direction.

pages

ditto

61

4 Adjustment

Other Function Mode


EEPROM INITIALIZE

PRINTING SERVICE REPORT

All data inside the EEPROM will be


initialized. Turn on the sub power
switchwhile pressing [ENTER],
[ ] and[ ] keys.

Service Report will be printed.


Turn on the sub power
switch while pressing [ ] key.

SETUP SHEET
INITIALIZING ALL
OF THE EEPROM

Press [ENTER] key.

INITIALIZING..

INITIALIZE
COMPLETED!!

62

Press [SETUP] key.

4 Adjustment

4-3 HOW TO UPDATE FIRMWARE

Connect the PC and FJ with PARALLEL CABLE.


It is necessary to prepare the followings to
update the firmware.
1. FIRMWARE DISK
2. PC with MS-DOS
3. PARALLEL CABLE

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [


and [ ] keys.
Then, press the [ENTER] key.

], [

]
FJ-50/40 BOOTUP
VERSION 1.00

VERSION UP
ARE YOU SURE
[ENTER]
WAITING...

Open the download.BAT from MS-DOS. (Type download


and press [RETURN] key.)
PC starts to send the updated data to FJ.

ERASING...
>>>>>>>

WRITING...
>>>>>>>

Some PCs can not use the BAT FILE. Please refer to
the ReadMe file in the FIRMWARE DISK.
VERIFYING
>>>>>>>

Turn off the sub power switch when update is completed.

VERSION UP
COMPLETE.

POWER OFF

63

4 Adjustment

4-4 HEAD RANK SETTING

Necessary when ....


HEAD RANK is necessary to set the proper voltage for each heads. If it is not set correctly for
each head, ink can not be fired with the proper amount, i.e. too much ink or too less ink.
The symptom on the printing would be dark printing, light printing and misaligned dot.

Check the HEAD RANK written on top of the HEAD.


HEAD RANK

12212

HEAD

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select [HEAD RANK] menu.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD RANK

HEAD RANK
L20112 R19215

64

4 Adjustment

Set the HEAD RANK by selecting the digit with [ ] and


[ ] keys, and changing the parameters with [ ] and [ ]
keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.
HEAD RANK
L20112 R19215
LEFT HEAD

RIGHT HEAD

[ENTER] key

65

4 Adjustment

4-5 HEAD ALIGNMENT

Necessary when ....


HEAD ALIGNMENT is necessary to obtain the good printing quality. If the heads are not aligned,
printing problem could occur, such as banding appears in printing, white gap between the bands, gap
between the colors.

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

Remove the HEAD CARRIAGE COVER.

HEAD CARRIAGE COVER

SCREWS

Set the PET film, approximately A4 size, on the FJ.


Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [
[ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

] and

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

66

4 Adjustment

Select the [BIAS TEST] menu under the [HEAD ADJUST]


menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[

HEAD ADJUST
BIAS TEST

BIAS TEST
TEST PRINT
[ENTER]

TEST PATTERN shown in the right figure will be printed.

MG

BK

YE

Lc

MG

BK

YE

Lc

[BIAS ADJUSTMENT]

Loosen the screw for fixing the HEAD.

SCREW

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

Adjust the LEVER in front of the HEAD to align the


BLACK lines with MAGENTA lines for the LEFT HEAD,
and Lc/Or lines with YELLOW lines for the RIGHT HEAD.

LEVER FOR LEFT HEAD

LEVER FOR RIGHT HEAD

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW


67

4 Adjustment

MAGENTA/YELLOW lines will move to the FRONT side


when LEVER is turned to the LEFT side, and they will
move to the REAR side when the LEVER is turned to the
RIGHT side.

Turn to the RIGHT

BK/Lc/Or

MG/YE

Shifting of each color (BLACK and MAGENTA,


and Lc/Or and YELLOW) within 1/2 dot is in the
tolerance.

Turn to the LEFT

Tighten the screw for fixing the HEAD and print the TEST
PATTERN again.
If the result is NG, repeat 6 8 .

SCREW

[ALIGNING 2 HEADS_FRONT & REAR]

10

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

Loosen the screw for fixing the RIGHT HEAD.

SCREW

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW


Adjust the LEVER on the right side of the HEAD

11 CARRIAGE to align the MAGENTA lines with Lc/Or lines.

LEVER

68

4 Adjustment

Lc/Or lines will move to the FRONT side when the LEVER

12 is turned to the FRONT side, and to the REAR side when

Turn to the REAR side

LEVER is turned to the REAR.

MG

Lc / Or

Shifting of MAGENTA lines and Lc/Or lines


within 1/2 dot is in tolerance.

Turn to the FRONT side

Tighten the screw for fixing the RIGHT HEAD and print the

13 TEST PATTERN again.

If the result is NG, repeat 1113 .

SCREW

HEAD CARRIAGE_TOP VIEW

[ALIGNING 2 HEADS_HORIZONTAL]
Set the PET film, approximately A4 size, on the FJ.
], [
[ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

14 Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [

] and

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select the [HORIZ.TEST] menu under the [HEAD

15 ADJUST] menu.

Print the TEST PATTERN by pressing the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST

HEAD ADJUST
HORIZ. TEST

HORIZ. TEST
TEST PRINT
[ENTER]
69

4 Adjustment

TEST PATTERN shown at the right will be printed.

16 Check the number which has the Lc/Or line alinged to the
BLACK line.

Lc/Or LINE
+6

+5

+4

+3

+2

+1

-1

-2

-3

BLACK LINE

Go into [ADJUST] menu under the [HEAD ADJUST] menu


16 with [ ] and
[ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

17 and change the number confirmed at

HEAD ADJUST
HORIZ. TEST

HORIZ. TEST
ADJUST

ADJUST
+1

+1
[ENTER]

[BIDIRECTION ADJUSTMENT]
Set the PET film, approximately A4 size, on the FJ.
], [
[ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

18 Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [

] and

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select the [ADJUST] menu under the [BIDIRECTION]

19 menu.

Print the TEST PATTERN by pressing the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST

HEAD ADJUST
BI-DIR.DEFAULT

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
TEST PRINT
[ENTER]

70

-4

-5

4 Adjustment

TEST PATTERN shown at the right will be printed.

20 Check the number which has the TOP PART and BOTTOM
PART matched perfectly.

+6

Go into [ADJUST] menu under the [BIDIRECTION] menu


20 with [ ] and
[ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

21 and change the number confirmed at

+5

+4

+3

+2

+1

-1

-2

-3

-4

-5

HEAD ADJUST
BI-DIR.DEFAULT

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
ADJUST

ADJUST
0

+1
[ENTER]

71

4 Adjustment

4-6 CAPPING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Necessary when ....


There are 2 main purposes for the CAPPING POSITION ADJUSTMENT. It is necessary for
protecting the head from drying up and also to maintain good ink suction.
If the capping position is not adjusted, head could cause misfiring of ink or cause ink suction problem.

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

Remove the PANEL COVER.

PANEL COVER

1. 2 screws for fixing the PANEL COVER from the


front are located at the CARTRIDGE HOLDER
part.
2. Be careful with the CABLE and WIRE when
removing the PANEL COVER.

SCREWS

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE to the left by hand to unlock


it from the locking position.

HEAD CARRIAGE

72

4 Adjustment

Loosen the 4 screws for fixing the PUMP UNIT.

SCREWS

SCREWS

PUMP UNIT_TOP VIEW

Adjust the position of the PUMP UNIT so that the centers of


the HEAD HOLDER PLATE and the CAPPING BAR are
aligned.
Tighten the 4 screws for fixing the PUMP UNIT.
HEAD
CARRIAGE

HEAD HOLDER
PLATE

CAPPING BAR

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE left and right at the PUMP


UNIT and make sure that it moves free without making any
contact with the CAPPING UNIT.
If NG, repeat 4 5 .

Loosen the screws fixing the LOCKING ASSEMBLY and


move the HEAD CARRIAGE to the porision where it will
be locked.

LOCKING ASSEMBLY

73

4 Adjustment

Adjust the position of the LOCKING ASSEMBLY so that


the clearance "X" at the VALVE part will be 2.02.5 mm.

2.0 mm2.5 mm
TUBE

VALVE

Tighten the screws fixing the LOCKING ASSEMBLY.

LOCKING ASSEMBLY

10

74

Carry out the following adjustments.


1. LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE
2. FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT
3. CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

4 Adjustment

4-7 FLUSHING POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Necessary when ....


FLUSHING POSITION must be kept at the correct position to have the ink fired inside the capping
during the flushing. If not, ink will be fired outside the cap and stain the pump unit with ink.
And in the worst case, media could be stained with ink.

Lower the HEAD to the lowest position with the LEVER on


the HEAD CARRIAGE.

LEVER

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [ ], [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Select [FLUSHING ADJ.] menu and press the [ENTER]
key.

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

SERVICE MENU
FLUSHING ADJ.
[ENTER]

Adjust the position of the HEAD CARRIAGE to where the


left edge of the LEFT CAP makes slight contact with the
surface of the HEAD with [ ] and [ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

LEFT HEAD

LEFT CAP

75

4 Adjustment

4-8 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT

Necessary when ....


This is for adjusting the sensitivity of the PAPER SIDE SENSOR, which is for detecting the width of
the media. If it is not adjusted, media width could not be detect correctly.

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu under the [PAPER


SIDE SENS] menu.
SERVICE MENU
PAPER SIDE SENS

PAPERSIDE SENS
OUTPUT LEVEL

76

4 Adjustment

Adjust the VR on the CARRIAGE BOARD so that the


[OUTPUT LEVEL] will be 0.50.7V.

CARRIAGE BOARD

VR

Select the [SENSOR AUTOTEST] menu under the


[PAPERSIDE SENS] menu.
Press the [ENTER] key to carry out the test and make sure
that the voltage is 0.51.0V and the noise is 0.

4
SERVICE MENU
PAPER SIDE SENS

PAPERSIDE SENS
SENSOR AUTOTEST

SENSOR AUTOTEST
0.5V NOISE=0

If the noise is more than 0, try the followings.


1. Clean the REFLECTION TAPE.
2. Replace the REFLECTION TAPE in case of scratches.

REFLECTION TAPE

If the voltage is less than 0.5V, increase the voltage for 0.1V
in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the
[SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking.

77

4 Adjustment

If the voltage is more than 1.0V, decrease the voltage for


0.1V in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the
[SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking.

Repeat 3 8 until the voltage and the noise are in the


range.

78

4 Adjustment

4-9 LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE

Necessary when ....


This is necessary to correct the offset of the origin sensor and the capping positions. When the LIMIT
POSITION has not been initialized, error message [INITIALIZE THE LIMIT] will appear.

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE to the locking position.

HEAD CARRIAGE

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [ ] keys.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

INITIALIZING
THE LIMIT

Carry out the LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE by pressing


the [ENTER] key.
Sub Power Switch will be off after completing the
INITIALIZE.

INITIALIZING...

INITIALIZE
COMPLETED!!

79

4 Adjustment

4-10 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP

Necessary when ....


LINEAR ENCODER SETUP is necessary for the machine to recongnize the width by the software
coordinates.
It is also necessary for checking whether the enoder module can read the scale correctly in the whole
width.

Lower the PINCH ROLLER.


Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [
and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select the [LINEAR ENC. SETUP] menu and press the


[ENTER] key to start the auto-set up.

SERVICE MENU
LINER ENC. SETUP
[ENTER]

Either one of the message will appear at the completion of


the set up. In case of an error, check the followings.
1. Dirt / Scratch on the ENCODER SCALE.
2. Dirt / Scratch on the ENCODER MODULE.
3. ENCODER SCALE is not between the ENCODER
MODULE.
4. Position of the ENCODER MODULE is too high.

SERVICE MENU
LINER ENC. SETUP
[ENTER]
NOW PROCESSING..

LINER ENC. SETUP


COMPLETED !!

80

LINER ENC. SETUP


ERROR END!!

4 Adjustment

4-11 CUT DOWN POSITION ADJUSTMENT

Necessary when ....


This adjustment is to set the Cut Down Position. If the adjustment hasn't been carried out, the problem
related to the sheet cutter, such as the sheet cutter doesn't move down, will occur.

Make sure that the LIMIT POSITION has been initialized.


Move the HEAD CARRIAGE with CUTTER DOWN
STATUS until it makes contact with the LEFT FRAME.

SEPARATING
KNIFE

LEFT FRAME

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [SHEET CUT].

], [

[ ], [ ], [SHEET CUT] + POWER ON

INITIALIZING
CUT DOWN POS.

Press the [ENTER] key to carry out the auto-set up.

INITIALIZING...

INITIALIZE
COMPLETED!!

81

4 Adjustment

4-12 MOTOR BALANCE ADJUSTMENT


Servo Motor feeds back to the CPU the actual rotation corresponds to the instruction.

Motor tries to follow the instruction from the CPU.


Difference between the actual rotation and the
instruction could be adjusted with the Motor balance
(GAIN) Adjustment.
- If the difference is small (=GAIN is small), motor
becomes very sensitive. As a result, it vibrates.
- If the difference is big (=GAIN is big), motor becomes
dull to the instruction. And as a result, cutting quality
will be damaged.

Command

Servo Motor

CPU

Feedback

Motor Balance (OFFSET) Adjustment is used to adjust


the GAIN for CW and CCW directions to be equal.
- Ex.1 in the figure shows that both the OFFSET and
GAIN is adjusted in both CW and CCW directions.
- Ex.2 shows that the GAIN is adjusted but the OFFSET
is shifted. Therefore, the GAIN will be big in CCW
direction and small in CW direction.
As a result, motor becomes dull in CCW direction and
sensitive in CW direction causing problems.

CCW

Gain

Offset

CW

Remove the PLATE behind the RIGHT SIDE COVER.

PLATE

82

Ex.2

Ex.1

4 Adjustment

[SCANNING DIRECTION]

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Select [SCAN WITH INK] menu under the [AGING] menu


and press the [ENTER] key to start.
SERVICE MENU
AGING

AGING
SCAN WITH INK
[ENTER]

Adjust VR1 on the MAIN BOARD so that the difference of


the absolute values displayed in the middle will be less than
10.

VR1

MAIN BOARD

SCAN WITH INK


+288 +290 +292

Adjust VR2 on the MAIN BOARD so that the absolute


values displayed in the middle will be 800810.
VR2

MAIN BOARD

SCAN WITH INK


+798 +801 +804

83

4 Adjustment

[FEEDING DIRECTION]

Select [FEED] menu under the [AGING] menu and press


the [ENTER] key to start.

SERVICE MENU
AGING

AGING
FEED
[ENTER]

Adjust VR3 on the MAIN BOARD so that the difference of


the absolute values displayed in the middle will be less than
10.
VR3

MAIN BOARD

FEED
+288 +290 +292

Adjust VR4 on the MAIN BOARD so that the absolute


values displayed in the middle will be 250260.
VR4

MAIN BOARD

FEED
+263 +265 +268

84

4 Adjustment

4-13 HEAD CARRIAGE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT

Necessary when ....


HEAD CARRIAGE HEIGHT must be set to have the ink fired as straight as possible and also to protect the
heads from getting rubbed against the media.
If this adjustment is not done correctly, printing problem, such as blurry printing and banding, could occur.

Turn off the main power switch.

It is recommended to unplug the machine for


preventing the HEAD from damage.

MAIN POWER
SWITCH

Remove the PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

Remove the HEAD CARRIAGE COVER and FRONT


APRON.

HEAD CARRIAGE COVER

SCREWS

85

4 Adjustment

Lower the PINCH ROLLER and move the HEAD


CARRIAGE to the position where [H] mark is written on
the BED.

HEAD CARRIAGE

BED

Lower the HEAD to the lowest position with the LEVER on


the HEAD CARRIAGE.

LEVER

Loosen the screws for fixing the LEFT and RIGHT ARM
PLATE. (There are 2 screws on both sides.)

o=N

SCREWS

1.2
Put the 1.1 mm THICKNESS GAUGE between the HEAD
and the BED.
HEAD
FRAME

Make sure that the thickness gauge is making


contact only at the frame of the HEAD and not the
surface.

86

BED

4 Adjustment@

Tighten the screws for fixing the LEFT and RIGHT ARM
LOCK PLATEs while pushing down the HEAD
CARRIAGE against the THICKNESS GAUGE.

SCREWS

Check and make sure that the 1.1 mm THICKNESS


GAUGE can be put in between the both HEADs and the
BED. 1.4
And 1.2 mm THICKNESS GAUGE won't go in between.
+0.2mm

Adjustment Range : 1.2 mm- 0.1mm

o=N

87

4 Adjustment

4-14 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION)


Necessary when ....
CALIBRATION is for adjusting the feeding amount of the GRIT ROLLER.
Carry out this adjustment, in case of having problem to print in the correct length in the media feeding
direction.
Calibration is done by using the PET-G-1050 in the Factory. Calibrate the feeding direction with customer's
media if necessary.

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing the [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU
SERVICE MENU

Set the PET film with a size of minimum 540 mm (w) x 440
mm (l) on the FJ.

Select the [ADJUST] menu under the [CALIB.DEFAULT]


menu and change the amount to be 0.00% with [ ] and
[ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

CALIB.DEFAULT
ADJUST

ADJUST
+0.50%

0.00%

[ENTER] Key

88

4 Adjustment

Select the [FEED COMPENS] menu under the [FEED


COMPENS] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
TEST PATTERN
[

] Key

TEST PATTERN
FEED COMPENS

[ENTER] Key

TEST PATTERN will be printed.


Calibrating amount can be calculated with the formula
shown at 6 based on the printing result.

400mm
Feed

500mm
Scan

Calculate the amount to be calibrated with the formula


shown at the right figure.
1. CA = Calibrating amount
2. CL = Commanded length (400 mm)
3. ML = Measured length

Select the [ADJUST] menu under the [CALIB. DEFAULT]


menu and change the amount to be calibrated with [ ] and
[ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

FORMULA
CA = CL - ML x 100
ML

CALIB.DEFAULT
ADJUST

ADJUST
0.00%

+0.50%

[ENTER] Key

89

4 Adjustment

4-15 CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT

Remove PUMP COVER and then the GUIDE RAIL


COVER.
GUIDE RAIL COVER

PUMP COVER

Loosen the SCREWS A on the left side of the machine.

SCREW A

Measure the wire tension with the TENSION METER (ST011) at the connecting part of 2 LM GUIDES.
ST-011

TENSION METER

Adjust the tension with SCREW B so that it will be as 15


17 pounds.

SCREW B

90

4 Adjustment

Make sure to check the tension again after moving the


HEAD CARRIAGE back and forward in a whole distance
of the GUIDE RAIL.
If the tension changes, re-adjust it.

Tighten SCREW A after completing the adjustment.

SCREW A

Check and make sure that the tension is within the range.
If not, adjust it again.

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5 Supplemental Information

5 Supplemental Information

5-1 OPERATIONAL SEQUENCE


Main Power SW
ON

Read data from EEPROM.

False settings in
the important data.

YES

EEPROM ALL DATA INITIALIZE

NO

False settings in
the User data.

Initialize EEPROM to
Factory Default

YES

NO
Sub Power SW ON

POWER LED blinks

Limit Position is
initialized.

Roland FJ-50
PIGMENT CMYKLcLm

Roland FJ-50
Ver.1.00

Displays Opening Message

NO

INITIALIZE
THE LIMIT

Displays Error Message.

YES
Front Cover is check whether it is opened or not whenever motor moves after this step
with a sequence below except when moving them by cursor keys..

Motor Initialized.

Front Cover Check.

Detects origin.

INK SYSTEM maintenance


a. Initial Ink Fill
b. Head Cleaning
c. Ink Flushing

Front Cover Check.

CLOSE

Finish checking.

OPEN
Emergency Motor Stop.
POWER LED ON

OPEN
Displays Error Message

CLOSE THE COVER


Displays alternately.

NO
10 minutes passed.

DRY-UP OF HEAD
MAY GIVE DAMAGE
Audible alert each 10 sec.

YES

Go to Next Page.

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HEAD CARRIAGE moves to


the capping position.

HEAD DRY-UP
WARNING

5 Supplemental Information

From Last Page.

Press SETUP key.

SETUP LED blinks.

Detects
whether PINCH
ROLLER is UP/DOWN.

UP

Displays Error Message.

PINCHROLL ERROR
DOWN PINCHROLL

DOWN

REAR
PAPER SENSOR is OFF.

OFF

Displays Error Message.

INVALID SHEET
SET SHEET AGAIN

ON
Feeds media until FRONT
PAPER SENSOR becomes ON.

REAR PAPER
SENSOR becomes OFF
during media feed.

OFF

Displays Error Message.

INVALID SHEET
SET SHEET AGAIN

Displays Error Message.

INVALID SHEET
SET SHEET AGAIN

Displays Error Message.

SHEET TOO SMALL


SET SHEET AGAIN

ON

FRONT
PAPER SENSOR does
not become ON even feeding
media for cerain length.

OFF

ON
Detects media width.

It can
not detect width of
more than 190mm.

Less than 190mm

More than 190mm


SETUP LED ON.

Menu changes.

W 1234
OP2
FINE BI-DIR

Ready to receive data.

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5-2 SENSOR MAP


ENCODER MODULE
This sensor detects scanning coordinates and also
generates printing signal.

REAR PAPER SENSOR


PINCH ROLLER SENSOR
This sensor detects whether the PINCH
ROLLER is up or down.

This sensor detects the rear edge


of the media.

ORIGIN SENSOR
This sensor detects the origin.

PAPER SIDE SENSOR


COVER SWITCH
This sensor detects the left and right
edge of the media.

FRONT PAPER SENSOR


This sensor detects the front edge of
the media and also whether the media
is set or not.

INK CARTRIDGE SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the INK
CARTRIDGE is installed or not.

INK EMPTY SENSOR


This sensor detects whether the INK
CARTRIDGE is empty or not.

94

This switch detects whether the Front


Cover is opened or closed. HEAD
CARRIAGE stops when the Front
Cover is opened. And starts when it
is closed again.

6 Trouble Shooting

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 PRINTING PROBLEM

1
YES

Dust on the HEAD.

YES

Remove the dust.

CAPPING POSITION is wrong.

NO

CLEANING WIPER is dirty or


worn out.

YES

Clean or replace the CLEANING


WIPER.

LIMIT POSITION is wrong.

YES

Remove the dust.

FLUSHING POSITION is wrong.

YES

Replace CAPPING ASSEMBLY.

MOTOR BALANCE is wrong.

YES

Connect INK TUBE and INK


DAMPER correctly.

HEAD RANK is wrong.

YES

Replace the INK TUBE.

THERMISTOR is broken.

YES

Replace the DRAIN TUBE.

HEAD HEIGHT is wrong.

YES

Replace INK DAMPER.

HEAD POSITION is wrong.

6
YES

Set HEAD RANK.

YES

Replace the HEAD.

YES

Adjust HEAD HEIGHT.

YES

Align the HEADs.

NO

YES

Clean or replace the ENCODER


SCALE.

Media Feeding rate is wrong.

NO

ABSORPTION FAN is not


working.

Adjust MOTOR BALANCE.

NO

NO

LINEAR ENCODER SCALE


has scratch or dirt.

YES

NO

NO

INK DAMPER is clogged or


broken.

Carry out FLUSHING


ADJUSTMENT.

NO

NO

DRAIN TUBE is broken.

YES

YES

NO

INK TUBE is broken.

Carry out LIMIT POSITION


INITIALIZE.

NO

YES

Connection of INK TUBE and


INK DAMPER is too tight.

YES

NO

NO

Transformation of CAPPING
SPONGE.

Carry out CAPPING POSITION


ADJUSTMENT.

NO

NO

CAPPING part is dirty.

YES

YES

Carry out CALIBRATION.

NO

NO

Replace the FAN.

HEAD is broken.

YES

Replace the HEAD.

YES

GO TO 1.

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6 Trouble Shooting

6-2 FILL INK PROBLEM

Dust on the HEAD.

YES

Remove the dust.

NO

CAPPING part is dirty.

YES

Remove the dust.

NO
YES

Transformation of CAPPING
SPONGE.

Replace CAPPING ASSEMBLY.

NO

CAPPING POSITION is wrong.

YES

Carry out CAPPING POSITION


ADJUSTMENT.

NO

Connection of INK TUBE and


INK DAMPER is too tight.

YES

Connect INK TUBE and INK


DAMPER correctly.

NO

HEAD HEIGHT is wrong.

YES

Adjust HEAD HEIGHT.

NO

INK DAMPER is clogged or


broken.

YES

Replace INK DAMPER.

NO

DRAIN TUBE is broken.

YES

Replace the DRAIN TUBE.

NO

INK TUBE is broken.

YES

Replace the INK TUBE.

NO

HEAD is broken.

96

YES

Replace the HEAD.

6 Trouble Shooting

6-3 ERROR MESSAGE

PRINT ERROR

MOTOR ERROR

Is MOTOR BALANCE adjusted


correctly?

NO

Adjust MOTOR BALANCE.

YES

Clean or replace ENCODER


SCALE.

NO

YES

Is Motor Driver IC OK?

Is there dirt or scratch on


ENCODER SCALE?

NO

Replace IC36/IC43 on the


MAIN BOARD.

Is ENCODER SCALE loose?

YES

Fix the ENCODER SCALE.

NO

YES
NO

Is Motor Regulator IC OK?

Replace IC47/IC48 on the


MAIN BOARD.

YES

Clean the ENCODER MODULE.

Is ENCODER MODULE dirty?


NO

YES

YES

NO

Replace the MAIN BOARD.

Is MAIN BOARD OK?

Is ENCODER MODULE broken?

Replace the ENCODER


MODULE.

YES

NO

Is the MOTOR OK?

Replace the MOTOR.

INVALID SHEET SET SHEET AGAIN

Width of media is less than


190mm.

YES

Use the media with a width of


more than 190mm.

NO

Is sensitivity of PAPER SIDE


SENSOR is correct?

NO

Adjust PAPER SIDE SENSOR.

YES

PAPER SIDE SENSOR is


broken.

YES

Replace PAPER SIDE


SENSOR.

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7 Service Activities

7 Service Activities

7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST


FJ-50/40
Model

INSTALLATION CHECK LIST


Serial No.

FJ-50

Date :

Model

Serial No.

FJ-40

INSTALLATION
Check Points
Unpacking & Installation
Checking Accessories

Reference
Minimum Space : 2247 mm [W] x 736 mm [D] x 1251 mm [H]
FJ-50/40
1. Power Cord 1pce., 2. Drain Bottle 1pce., 3. Drain-Bottle Cap 1pce., 4. Screws 2pcs.,
5. Replacement Blade for Separating Knife 1pce., 6. Roland ColorChoice CD-ROM 1pce.,
7. MANUAL,USE EN FJ-50/40 1pce., 8. Roland ColorChoice installation guide 1pce.
PNS-50/40
1. Stand Leg 1pce., 2. Shafts 2pcs., 3. Retainer Mounting Bar 1pce., 4. Pipe 1pcs.,
5. Hexagonal Wrench (M6) 1pce., 6. Retainer L&R 1pcs. each, 7. Hanger L&R 1pcs.each,
8. Shaft Retaining Pins 4pcs., 9. Media Flanges 2pcs., 10. Washers 4pcs.,
11. Bolts (M6) 26pcs., 12. Flange Retaining Pins 2pcs.

Selection of Ink Type


Head Cleaning
Connection

1. Mount the Drain Bottle. 2. Install the Ink Cartridges. 3. Turn on the sub power sw.
4. Select the Ink Type from the menu. 5. Fill Ink starts.
Clean the head with Normal Cleaning until Test Print in the Cleaning Menu becomes OK.
Installation of Roland ColorChoice
Connection to PC
Setup Application

EXPLANATION TO CUSTOMER (OPERATION)


Check Points
Menu

How to clean the HEAD.


How to keep the media.

Reference
1. How to set Printing Mode. 2. How to set Printing Area. 3. How to change Ink Type.
4. How to set Ink Empty Mode. 5. Purpose and how to set BIDIRECTION ADJUST.
6. How to use Over Print. 7. How to check remaining ink.
1. Normal Cleaning. 2. Test Print in Cleaning Menu
It is important to protect the media from dust. If dust is on the media, head will pick it up
during the printing and could be damaged in a short period.

EXPLANATION TO CUSTOMER (CONSUMABLE PARTS)


Check Points
Consumable Parts

98

Reference
Explain the consumable parts.
1. HEAD : 2 billion dots for 1 nozzles
2. WIPER BLADE : It has to be replaced once in a while if rubber part worn out and felt
part become piled.

7 Service Activities

7-2 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST


FJ-50/40
Model

MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST


Serial No.

Date :

Model

FJ-50

Serial No.

FJ-40

MECHANICAL PARTS
Check Points
Carriage Drive Part

Grit-Drive Part

Bed/Guide Rail

Confirmation

1. Drive Gear

Dirty/Crack

2. Backlash

Looseness

3. Wire Tension

Looseness

1. Grit Roller

Dirty

2. Drive Gear

Dirty/Crack

3. Backlash

Looseness

1. Pinch Roller

Rotation/wear down

Wiper

Rubber part being worn out/Felt being piled

7
COMSUMABLE PARTS
Description

Life

HEAD

Confirmation

128 billion dots (Displayed in HISTORY MENU)

CAPPING ASSEMBLY

on demand

WIPER BLADE

on demand

LUBRICATION
Check Points
Floil G-474C

Confirmation

Carriage Drive Gear

OK Cleaning & Lubrication

Grit Drive Gear

OK Cleaning & Lubrication

FUNCTION CHECK
Check Points

Confirmation

1. Firmware Version
Upgrade firmware to the latest version.
2. Print Test

White lines
Blurry print
Shifting in printing position

3. Connection check with Customer's PC.

99

7 Service Activities

7-3 SERVICE REPORT

SERVICE REPORT
Customer Information
Customer

Ph.#

Fax#

Address

Customer Contact
Model

Serial No.

Warranty
YES NO

Date of Purchase

Date of Repair

D.O.A.
YES

Input Time

Output Time

Repairing Time

Repair Type

Windows Driver Version

Firmware Version

Head Trip

Service Engineer

OnSite
Print Length

NO

SendBack

Details

Symptom / Service Performed / Parts Replaced


Symptom ID

Service Performance ID

Part Number

Part Description

Qty

ver. 1.0

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SYMPTOM CHART
Models :
CAMM-1 Series
CAMMJet Series
ColorCAMM Series

CAMM-1Pro Series
Hi-Fi JET Series

- - - - - Reference Chart for Symptoms of the faults in above products - - - - All models
Functional
Fault

CAMMJet & Hi-Fi JET Series


ID No.
CBFF01
CBFF02
CBFF03
CBFF04
CBFF05
CBFF06
CBFF07
CBFF08
CBFF09
CBFF10
CBFF11
CBFF12
CBFF13
CBFF14
CBFF15
CBFF16
CBFF17
CBFF18
CBFF19
CBFF20

Symptom
Power can't be turned on
No movement at all
Stops suddenly during Print or Cut
Noise
Key operation problem
Display problem
Locks up
No movement in Carriage direction
No movement in Grit direction
Carriage malfunction
Grit malfunction
Carriage motor lose steps
Grit motor lose steps
Pen up/down problem
Cutting can't be started
Media skewing
Paper jamming
Media loading problem
Media sensing problem
Separating knife function problem

ID No.
CBCF01
CBCF02
CBCF03
CBCF04
CBCF05
CBCF06
CBCF07
CBCF08
CBCF09
CBCF10
CBCF11

Symptom
Starting and ending point doesn't match
Distorted figure
Stitch lines
Wavy lines
Peels the media while cutting
Cuts unnecessary lines
Cutting through the media
Distance accuracy problem in Carriage side
Distance accuracy problem in Grit side
Repeatability accuracy problem in Carriage side
Repeatability accuracy problem in Grit side

ID No.
CBER01
CBER02
CBER03
CBER04
CBER05
CBER06
CBER07

Message
Motor Error (Servo Error)
Communication Error
Illegal Pinch Roller Position Error
Cover Open Error
Sheet Set Error
Print Error
Capping Error

Functional
Fault

Printing
Fault

Error Message

Communication
Error

Others

Symptom
No printing
Doesn't detect Ink Empty
Media becomes wavy at bed
Drain bottle drops

ID No.
CJPF01
CJPF02
CJPF03
CJPF04
CJPF05
CJPF06
CJPF07

Symptom
Missing dot
Partially missing
Uneven printing
Stain on media
Color matching problem
Printing position shifts from correct position
Prints unnecessary lines or figure

ColorCAMM Series
Functional
Fault

Cutting Fault

ID No.
CJFF01
CJFF02
CJFF03
CJFF04

Printing
Fault

ID No.
PCFF01
PCFF02
PCFF03
PCFF04
PCFF05

Symptom
Broken ribbon
Cartridge exchange error
Ribbon detecting error
Creasing ribbon
No printing

ID No.
PCPF01
PCPF02
PCPF03
PCPF04
PCPF05
PCPF06
PCPF07
PCPF08

Symptom
Partially missing
Prints unnecessary lines or figure
Gap between bands
Straight line across 1 band
Color matching problem
Printing position shifts from correct position
Uneven printing
Scratchy printing

ID No.
Symptom
CBCE01 Cut or Print different from data being sent
CBCE02 Parallel port doesn't receive data
CBCE03 Serial port doesn't receive data

ID No.
Symptom
999
Others
991
User misunderstanding

ver. 1.0

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SERVICE PERFORMACE CHART


Models :
CAMM-1 Series
CAMMJet Series
ColorCAMM Series

CAMM-1Pro Series
Hi-Fi Jet Series

- - - - Reference Chart for Service Performed against the faults in above products - - - -

All models
Parts
Replacement

Adjustment

Others

CAMMJet & Hi-Fi JET Series


ID No.
CBRP01
CBRP02
CBRP03
CBRP04

Reason
Broken
Consumed
Modified (Informed by Service Info.)
Broken by Customer

ID No.
CBAD01
CBAD02
CBAD03
CBAD04
CBAD05
CBAD06
CBAD07
CBAD08

Action
Tool Height Adjustment
Tool Pressure Adjustment
Motor Balance Adjustment
Calibration
Motor Gear Backlash
Wire/Belt Tension Adjustment
Spacer Bed Adjustment
Separating Knife Adjustment

ID No.
CBBT01
CBBT02
CBBT03
CBBT04
CBBT05
999

Action
Initialize
Firmware Upgrade
Reconnect cable
Grit Roller Cleaning
Additional damage by Transport
others

ColorCAMM Series
Adjustment

ID No.
PCAD01
PCAD02
PCAD03
PCAD04
PCAD05
PCAD06
PCAD07
PCAD08
PCAD09
PCAD10

Action
Cartridge Position Adjustment
Print/Cut Offset Adjustment
Head Voltage Adjustment
Auto Thermal Head Density Adjustment
Manual Thermal Head Density Adjustment
Head Position Adjustment 1
Head Position Adjustment 2
Stitching Adjustment
Line Spacing Adjustment (User Mode)
Grit Compensation

Others

ID No.
Action
PCBT01 Head Cleaning
PCBT02 Re-install Platen Damper

Adjustment
(CJ-70/60)

Adjustment
(FJ-50/40)

Others

ID No.
CJAD01
CJAD02
CJAD03
CJAD04
CJAD05
CJAD06
CJAD07
CJAD08
CJAD09

Action
Head Carriage Height Adjustment
Head Alignment
Capping Position Adjustment
Bidirection Adjustment
Print/Cut Offset Adjustment
Ink Empty Sensor Position Adjustment
Limit Sensor Position Initialize
Motor Balance Adjustment
Limit Position Adjustment

ID No.
FJAD01
FJAD02
FJAD03
FJAD04
FJAD05
FJAD06
FJAD07
FJAD08

Action
Head Carriage Height Adjustment
Head Alignment
Capping Position Adjustment
Flushing Position Adjustment
Paper Side Sensor Adjustment
Limit Position Initialize
Linear Encoder Setup
Cut Down Position Adjustment

ID No.
CJBT01
CJBT02
CJBT03
CJBT04
CJBT05
CJBT06
CJBT07
CJBT08

Action
Head Wash
Pump Up
Head Manual Cleaning
Head Cap Manual Cleaning
Encoder Cleaning
Remove Foreign Substance (Around Head)
Remove Foreign Substance (Driving Part)
Re-tighten Ink Tube Nut

ver. 1.0

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7-4 SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications
Printing method ............................... Piezo ink-jet method
Printing width .................................. [FJ-50] 210 mm 1320 mm (8-5/16" 52")
[FJ-40] 210 mm 1066 mm (8-5/16" 42")
Acceptable material widths ............. [FJ-50] 210 mm 1350 mm (8-5/16" 53-1/8")
[FJ-40] 210 mm 1125 mm (8-5/16" 44-1/8")
Width of material that can be cut off .............. [FJ-50] 210 mm 1350 mm (8-5/16" 53-1/8")
[FJ-40] 210 mm 1125 mm (8-5/16" 44-1/8")
Conditions for usable materials .............. Maximum material thickness: 1.0 mm (0.039") (When head is raised)
Maximum diameter for roll material: 180 mm (7-1/16")
Core inner diameter for roll material: 50.8 mm (2") or 76.2 mm (3")
Maximum weight for roll material: 20 kg (44.1 lb.)
Ink cartridges
Pigment ink .................................... Use only pigment ink cartridge exclusively for use with the Hi-Fi JET
Capacity ........................................ 220 cc +/-5 cc
Color ............................................. Six colors: the four colors cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, plus either light cyan and light magenta or orange and green
Dye ink ........................................... Use only dye ink cartridge exclusively for use with the Hi-Fi JET
Capacity ........................................ 220 cc +/-5 cc
Color ............................................. Cyan, magenta, yellow, black, light cyan, and light magenta
Apparent colors ............................... 16.7 million colors
Printing resolution ........................... 1440 dpi x 720 dpi / 720 dpi x 720 dpi / 360 dpi x 720 dpi / 180 dpi x 720 dpi
(Printing dot resolution)
Distance accuracy ........................... Error of less than +/-0.3% of distance traveled, or 0.3 mm, whichever is grater (at Roland PET-film, print travel: 1 m (39-3/8"))
Printing heads cleaning ................... Automatic cleaning and manual cleaning
Interface .......................................... Bidirectional parallel interface (compliant with IEEE 1284: nibble mode)
Instruction system ........................... RD-RTL, RD-PJL
Power-saving function ..................... Auto-sleep
Power consumption
Printing mode ................................. Maximum: 0.7A/100V240V +/-10% 50/60 Hz
Standby mode ................................. Maximum: 0.3A/100V240V +/-10% 50/60 Hz
Acoustic noise level
Printing mode ................................. 60 dB (A) or less (According to ISO 7779)
Standby mode ................................. 40 dB (A) or less (According to ISO 7779)
Dimensions
Main unit ........................................ [FJ-50] 2247 mm [W] x 381 mm [D] x 392 mm [H] (88-1/2" [W] x 15" [D] x 15-7/16" [H])
[FJ-40] 2022 mm [W] x 381 mm [D] x 392 mm [H] (79-5/8" [W] x 15" [D] x 15-7/16" [H])
With stand ...................................... [FJ-50] 2247 mm [W] x 736 mm [D] x 1251 mm [H] (88-1/2" [W] x 29" [D] x 49-5/16" [H])
[FJ-40] 2022 mm [W] x736 mm [D] x 1251 mm [H] (79-5/8" [W] x 29" [D] x 49-5/16" [H])
Weight
Main unit ........................................ [FJ-50] 75 kg (165.3 lb.)
[FJ-40] 69 kg (152.1 lb.)
With stand ...................................... [FJ-50] 90.5 kg (199.5 lb.)
[FJ-40] 84 kg (185.2 lb.)
Environment
Power on .......................................... Temperature: 15C to 35C (59F to 95F), Humidity: 35% to 80% (non-condensing)
Power off ......................................... Temperature: 5C to 40C (41F to 104F), Humidity: 20% to 80% (non-condensing)
Accessories ..................................... Power cord: 1 Drain-bottle cap: 1 Screws: 2 Drain bottle: 1 Replacement blade for separating knife: 1
TM
Roland ColorChoice CD-ROM: 1 MANUAL,USE EN FJ-50/40: 1
TM
Roland ColorChoice installation guide: 1

Interface Specifications
Standard
Input signals
Output signals
Level ofinput/output signals
Transmission method

Bidirectional parallel interface (compliant with IEEE 1284: nibble mode)


STROBE (1BIT), DATA (8BITS), SLCT IN, AUTO FEED, INIT
BUSY (1BIT), ACK (1BIT), FAULT, SLCT, PERROR
TTL level
Asynchronous

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FJ-50 / 40