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KONICA MINOLTA
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REFERENCE

DESCRIPTIVE NOTICE 3000 329 392 - 03

INSTALLATION GUIDE 3000 361 032 - 01

MAINTENANCE GUIDE 3000 329 394 - 03

ILLUSTRATED PART LIST 3000 361 031 - 01

PERSONNALISATION HFFV2 BIZHUB 43 3000 348 280 - 02

PRINTER TECHNICAL DOCUMENT 3000 329 397 - 01


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DOCUMENT EVOLUTION

Date Indice Action Author Requested by

20/09/10 A Initial creation C.C. A. Cruchant

18/10/10 B Evolution C.C. A. Cruchant


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DESCRIPTION

CONTENTS

1 GENERAL INFORMATION 2
1.1 PRESENTATION 2
1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 3
2 CHARACTERISTICS 4
2.1 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 4
2.2 GENERAL TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS 4
3 FUNCTIONING 10
3.1 MAINBOARD 11
3.2 HFFV2 LCD PANEL TOP EQUIPPED SUB ASSEMBLY 21
3.3 HFFV2 KEYPAD SUB ASSEMBLY 24
3.3.1 Keypad board 25
3.3.2 Keypad Mezzanine board 27
4 POWER SUPPLY 28
5 CRYSTALS 29
6 RESET 29
7 STANDBY MODE 30
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 PRESENTATION

1 Sheet feeder scanner (ADF) 13 Paper tray 2


2 Adjustable paper guide 14 Toner cartridge access button
3 Automatic document feeder 15 Chip card reader
4 Original document output tray 16 Touch screen
5 Paper stop 17 Access handle for the flatbed scanner
6 Finger print reader 18 Power cord connection
7 Numerical keypad 19 LINE 1 socket- phone cord Connection
8 Master USB connector (USB key) 20 LINE 2 socket- phone cord Connection
(according to model)
9 - Printer output tray 21 LAN connector
- Access door to the toner cartridges
10 Paper stop 22 Slave USB connector (for PC)
11 Main paper tray 23 Duplex module
12 On/Off switch
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1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION


These terminals are part of a range of multifunction office equipment.
The product consist of a colour scanner with a 600 dpi resolution and a black and white printer with
1200 dpi resolution.
The documents to be processed are read by means of a sheet feeder scanner using CCD sensor
technology via the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) or via the exposition window for bulky
documents.

The control panel comprises:


• a 7-inch colour graphic display equipped with a touch screen that allows users to view the
command or alert messages and control the terminal,
• a row of terminal function and command keys.

The keyboard part comprises:


• a numerical keyboard,
• a finger print reader that allows user authentication for restricted functions or secured printing (a
row of LEDs that visually invite users to log in, with the finger print).
• a USB connector.

The chip card reader allow to validate consumables and to back up of user functions (directory content
and user settings)
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2. CHARACTERISTICS

2.1 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Environment • Storage:
• Operating : Multifunction :
- The machine should not be exposed to - Temperature: -20 °C to 40 °C.
direct sunlight. - Temperature changes: ≤10 °C/hour.
- Power supply: 220-240 V - 50/60 Hz - 6 A.
Consumables (toner cartridge) :
- Power consumption, standby 25 W.
- Normal temperature: 0 to 40 °C.
- Power consumption, printing 800 W
- Humidity: 30 % to 85 % (RH non-con
(1300 W max).
densing).
- Temperature: 10 °C to 32 °C.
Maximum storage time: 18 months
- Temperature changes: ≤10 °C/hour.
- Humidity: 15 % to 85 % (RH non-con
densing).
- Humidity changes: ≤20 %/hour.

2.2 GENERAL TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

General
Dimensions (width x depth x height in mm., without 505x571x684
trays)
Weight (kg) 36
Consumables
Reference Paper (RP)
Type Technostar
A4 - 80 g/m2
Reference Document (RD)
Type ISO/IEC19752
Resolution Normal mode (200 x 100 DPI)
ADF Scanner
Type CCD Colour
Colour analysis Yes
Resolution in dpi 600
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Grey scale 16 bits


Colour scale 48 bits (3 x 16)/pixel
Paper size
• Maximum width Letter
• Maximum length A4
Paper weight 60 to 105 g/m2
Capacity of document loading tray 70 sheets
Acquisition time for black and white document
• 600 x 100 DPI 43 ppm
• 600 x 200 DPI 43 ppm
• 600 x 300 DPI 24 ppm
Acquisition time for color document
• 600 x 100 DPI 39 ppm
• 600 x 200 DPI 22,4 ppm
• 600 x 300 DPI 11,8 ppm
Effective scanner width in mm 206
Zoom in steps of 1% 25 % to 400 %
Contrast adjustment Yes
Brightness adjustment Yes
Margin adjustment (left/right) Yes
Duplex scan Yes
Flatbed Scanner
Type CCD Colour
Colour analysis Yes
Black & White resolution in dpi 600 x 600
Colour resolution in dpi 600 x 600
Grey scale 16 bits
Colour scale 48 bits (3 x 16)/pixel
Window size 220 mm x 300 mm
Paper size
• Maximum width Letter
• Maximum length A4
Zoom in steps of 1% 25 % to 400 %
Contrast adjustment Yes
Brightness adjustment Yes
Printer
Type Laser Black&White
Resolution in Dpi 1200
B&W printing speed 43 PPM (A4) / 45 PPM (Letter)
Paper size in mm A4 (210 x 297)
Capacity of the first input tray (in RP) 150 sheets
Capacity of the second input tray (in RP) 550 sheets
Capacity of the output tray (in RP) 500 sheets
First page printed after 7,9 s
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Printing area 4 mm margins


A4 : 208 x 289 mm
Letter : 208 x 271 mm
Duplex unit Yes
PaperSave in Printing Yes
Optional paper tray (2 max) Option
Consumables management By smart card
Fonts list Can be printed by menu
"Report", "Fonts".
Fax-Modem
Type PSTN-Super G3
Maximum speed in bps (V34Fax) 33 600
V34Fax capabilities in bps 33 600 to 2 400
• Incrementation in bps 2 400
V17 capacity in bps 14 400, 12 000, 9 600, 7 200
V29 Fax capacity in bps 9 600, 7 200
V27ter capacity in bpsTypeType 4 800, 2 400
Automatic fall back Yes
Data-Modem
Type PSTN-V34
Maximum speed in bps (V34) 33 600
V90 capabilities No
• V90 increments No
V34plus capabilities in bps 33 600 to 2 400
• V34plus increments in bps 2 400
V32bis capabilities in bps 14 400, 12 000, 9 600, 7 200
V32 capabilities in bps 9 600, 4 800
V22bis capabilities in bps 2 400
V22 capabilities in bps 1 200, 600
Automatic fall back Yes
Fax communication
Type PSTN, ITU T30, G3
Max speed 33 600bps (V34Fax)
Coding scheme MH, MR, MMR,
JBIG(1st line only), JPEG (LAB,
4:1:1)
ECM (Error Correction Mode) T30 ECM
Sending type Memory
Delayed sending Yes
B&W
Transmission speed (for RD) 2.5s
Sending header adding Yes (programmable)
Reception header adding Yes (programmable)
Full duplex scan Yes
Transmission speed adjustment Yes
Reception speed adjustment Yes
Transmission report with reduced 1st page Yes (programmable)
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Only one report for broadcast-list Yes (programmable)


ECO PSTN sending No
ECO period 0
On-hook dialling No
Reception without paper Yes (programmable)
Multiple copying of received Fax Yes (1 to 99 copies)
Deposit (for subscriber's polling) No
Multiple deposit (for several subscribers) No
Polling No
Fax TAD No
Confidential TAD reception No
Remote TAD polling No
Confidential Mailbox No
Confidentiality via password No
Deposit in a mailbox No
Sending into a mailbox No
Reception into a mailbox No
Mailbox reception report No
Polling a mailbox No
Remote broadcast demand No
Remote broadcast performs No
Remote broadcast reception report with reduced 1st page No

Echo Protection Yes (programmable)


Adding echo Protector Tone in V29 Yes (programmable)
Rings number before answering Programmable (1 to 5)
Dialling type DTMF
Fax forwarding Yes
Fax Memory forwarding (once) No
Maximum received page width 216 mm
Maximum received page length 1m
Internet access
Type PSTN-V34
Maximum speed in bps (V34Fax) 33 600
Modem error correction mode V42, MNP4
Data compression V42bis, MNP5
Modem transmission rate adjustment Yes
ISP subcriptions 1
ISP access protocol PPP
• ISP access security PAP & CHAP-MD5C
Internet protocol TCP/IP
DNS Queries Yes (2 DNS servers access)
LAN Access
Type Ethernet 10/100 base T
Plug and Play configuration DHCP & BOOTP
Internet protocol TCP/IP
DNS 2 DNS servers access
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WINS 2 servers access


NetBIOS compatibility yes (2 names)
SNTP compatibility Yes
Embedded Web Server Yes
Network scanner
Scan To E-Mail Yes (SMTP)
Scan To FTP Yes (FTP)
Scan To Disk Yes (SMB)
B&W Format PDF, TIFF, secured PDF (v1.1)
Colour Format PDF, JPEG, secured PDF (v1.1)
E-Mail and fax communication
Compatibility ITU T37
Mail Protocol : sending SMTP
Mail Protocol : polling POP3
Mail format MIME
• Charset US-ASCII
• Encoding 7 bits, base 64, quoted-printable
Keyboard and Screen
Keyboard 64 QWERTY 62 or 64 keys
Screen Colour graphics
7 lines of 20 characters
8 icons
LED two-colour green/orange
Address List
Capacity 500
Type Name/PSTN and
SMS number/E-mail
Transmission list 32
Transmission list capacity 499
Alphabetical typing Yes
Associated key No
Directory import/export Email (CSV format)
Directory server access yes (LDAP V3)
Mass-storage USB
KeyToPrint (stand-alone) JPEG (single, index), PDF (1.4),
Tiff, Txt
KeyToDisplay JPEG
ScanToKey B&W/Colour,
Tiff, JPEG, PDF
Multicopy 1-99
Copier
Copie Modes Fast/Text/Photo/Mixt
ADF
Scan Resolution (HxV) dpi 600x300 / 600x600 / 600x300 /
600x600
Output resolution (HxV) dpi 300x300 / 600x600 / 600x600 /
600x600
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Speed (multicopy) cpm 35 / 24 / 35 / 24 cpm


First copy- time from multipages 6 / 16/ 15 / 16 s
FB
Scan Resolution (HxV) dpi 600x600 / 600x600 / 600x600 /
600x600
Output resolution (HxV) dpi 300x300 / 600x600 / 600x600 /
600x600
First copy- time (s) 6 / 18 / 18 / 18 s
Zoom 25%-400%
Automatic Duplex Mode (Recto/verso) Yes
Manual Duplex Mode (Recto/verso) No
Multicopy 1-99
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3. FUNCTIONING
The equipment is a Group 3 multifunction fax functioning in accordance with the UIT-T T30
recommendation.
It consists of a black and white laser printer, a CCD (Charge Coupled Device) colour ADF scanner, a
colour flatbed scanner, a front panel with a graphic colour screen equipped with a touchscreen and
command keys (refer to the User Guide for a more complete description of the front panels).
It allows the following operations to be carried out:
• B&W Fax transmission and reception on the switched telephone network using the V34
protocol (max. 33.6 kbits/s) and the V17 protocol (max. 14.4 kbits/s),
• Internet e-mail transmission on the switched telephone network using the V34 protocol,
• B&W photocopying,
• Local printer via a USB interface PC connection,
• Network printer and scanner, via a local area network (LAN),
• E-mail transmission and reception on the local area network,
• Securised printer with data storage in hard disk,
• Pictures, pdf files printing from USB key. Direct scan on USB key.

Remark(s): The machine does not have any facilities for managing an external telephone answering
machine connected on the same line (with a stackable plug). It is preferable to use a
dedicated phone line for multi-function use.

The machine’s electronics is made up of:


- CPU board with hard disk,
- front panel board,
- keyboard ,
- mezzanine board with finger print sensor,
- networking board in the scanner module,
- chip card reader board,
- two USB board.

For the printer part, refer to the printer section. The power supply is provided by a power supply board
that is located in the printer part.

Remark(s): (for technicians).The LAN interface conform to the SELV (very low safety voltage)
safety level.
The telephone line input conforms to the TRT3 safety level.

Before performing any intervention on the CPU board, disconnect the phone lead.

Before performing any intervention on the CPU electronic circuit board or the mezzanine board, it is
also preferable to:
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• Set the main switches to the OFF position,


• Disconnect all external interconnect leads (LAN, PTSN, USB),
• Disconnect the mains lead.

3.1 MAINBOARD
The CPU board is based on the ZORAN 4230 circuit which performs in particular the function of
microprocessor.
The executable code is stored in the flash memory Z1101.
This flash memory is divided in two zones: a zone reserved for the storage of the code and a zone
reserved for the storage of the documents.
The code is loaded from this flash memory into DDR2-SDRAM, and the microprocessor executes its
instructions from the DDR2-SDRAM.
Before printing, the documents to be printed are stored as bitmaps in DDR2-SDRAM.
The DDR2-SDRAM is also used as the working memory for the ZORAN 4230.
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Electronic architecture diagram :

ELECTRONIC SYNOPTIC
HFFv2

HFx Keyboard

L L
Timing V V system Battery+
LCD-TFT LCD Ctrl System bus SPI2 RTC
generator D D bus Quartz
S S

Touch
screen SPI

Finger
PIC RX/TX GPIO
print
Eeprom
SPI2
(on holder)
Control
Panel-
Keypad
DDR2 DDR2
DDR2
DDR IF DDRII bus SDRAM SDRAM
SDRAM
"CC" UART module
Chip Card GPIO
7814

system bus System bus


Flash
(8 bits data) (Main Reset)

PRIMAX B3 Digital SPI


2 CCFL
UART UART
LVDS receiver
L (National semi.)
CCD AFE 3- Scanner
V DS90CR218A
TOSHIBA channels LVDS output
D Power-down IF
TCD2914BFG LM98714 LVDS clock
S DS90CV011A
Printer Jigen 45

24V
PRN IF Tranceiver
CCFL CCFL-Power CCFL Power-down
inverter (18V/24V) GPIO
PSU

Motor DC/DC Main processor


supply (36v)
Motors
ADF Scanner
ADF motor Drivers WIFI module (option)
motor IF
L6258

Motors
FB Scanner
FB motor Drivers
motor IF
L6219
E2prom
(25LC080)

sensor Home / STSC / Cover / PSF sensors GPIO Port3


USB2.0-Hub
HS USB Cy7C65620B On
Port2 USB Key
Host keyboard
(quartz 24Mhz,
Ext_reset)

Port1
USB
MFP Back PC HS
Device

USB2.0-SATA
Bridge
RJ45 Ethernet
MFP Back Oxu931S HDD
(with ETH MAC
transformer) PHY SATA
(quartz 25Mhz,
Ext_Reset)

Modem Data
MFP Back Line system bus
RJ11 AFE SL Pump System bus
Interface (8 bits data)
DP3V34

HP driver
System bus

Modem Data
Line
RJ11 AFE SL Pump
Interface
DP3V34
2nd modem line
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Architecture module :
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Diagram of the Connector and Sensor Locations :


ADF
Power motor
supply CCD FB &
cable cable motor sensor

P7102 P7103 P5300 P5200 P5120

P1202 Front panel USB

SATA P1301 P4340 Smart card cable


P4400

P4401 P3270 Front panel cable

MAINBOARD UC

P2100

Extension P4302 WIFI


memory board
(OPTION)
PC P4000 USB Device

RJ45 P4100 Ethernet

Mechanical
engine P1300
P6100 Mezzanine
cable Mezz
modem RJ11 P1420 Modem
modem

List of connectors :
Connector Part Number Type Position
number of
points
Smart card P1202 6 Male Straight
Loudspeaker P1301 2 Male Straight
PSTN P1420 4 External type, RJ11
Extension memory P2100 144 Male Right angled connector for
plug in board
Front panel P3270 20 Male Straight
LAN P4100 8 External type, RJ45
USB WIFI P4302 Male Straight
USB Front panel P4340 5 Male Straight
SATA Signal P4400 7 Male Straight SATA connector
SATA Power P4401 4 Male Straight
ADF Motor & sensor P5120 20 Male Straight
FB Motor P5200 6 Male Straight
CCD P5300 28 Male Straight
Power supply P7103 5 Male Straight
Power supply P7102 2 Male Straight
Mezz modem P1300 26 Female Straight
Engine Mechanical P6100 26 Female Straight
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• P1202 : Smart Card interface

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 CCAP_DETECT I Smart card insertion detect
2 CCAP_RESET* O Smart card reset
3 CCAP_CLK O Smart card clock
4 GND - Ground
5 CCAP_VCC O Smart card power command
6 CCAP_DIO I/O Smart card data

• P1301 : Loudspeaker

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 HP+ O LF differential signal to loudspeaker
2 HP- O LF differential signal to loudspeaker

• P1420 : PSTN

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 NC -
2 R1F I/O L1 local feedback
3 L1 I/O PSTN signal
4 L2 I/O PSTN signal
5 R2F I/O L2 local feedback
6 NC -

• P3270 : Interface with Front panel

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 Int_pic I PIC controller interrupt signal
2 GND - Ground
3 Spi_do O SPI serial line – data output
4 GND - Ground
5 Spi_di I SPI serial line – data input
6 Spi_pic_cs* O SPI serial line – PIC select
7 Spi_clk O SPI serial line – clock
8 Spi_fgpr* O SPI serial line – Finger print select
9 GND - Ground
10 GND - Ground
11 VCC - +5V Power supply
12 P24V - CCFL +24V Power supply
13 P3V3 - +3,3V Power supply
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14 GND - Ground
15 GND - Ground
16 GND - Ground
17 Lvds_cko+ O LVDS (Twisted wires) video clock
18 Lvds_cko- O
19 Lvds_dso+ O LVDS (Twisted wires) video data
20 Lvds_dso- O LVDS (Twisted wires) video data
• P4100 : LAN

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 TX+ O Differential pair emitted on network
2 TX- O Differential pair emitted on network
3 NC -
4 GND - Ground
5 GND - Ground
6 NC -
7 RX+ I Differential pair received on network
8 RX- I Differential pair received on network
9 VDDA33 - LED Anode Power supply
10 ACTIVITY/PHYAD2 - ACTIVITY Yellow LED
11 LINK/PHYAD1 - LINK Green LED
12 VDDA33 - LED Anode Power supply

• P4302 : Interface with USB Wifi

Pin Signal nameInput / Description


output
1 USB_FRONT_HSH_V O +5V Power supplied by the master
bus
2 USB_FRONT_HSH_M I/O Differential pair
3 USB_FRONT_HSH_P I/O Differential pair
4 GND - Ground
5 GND - Ground

• P4340 : Interface with USB Front panel

Pin Signal nameInput / Description


output
1 USB_FRONT_HSH_V O +5V Power supplied by the master
bus
2 USB_FRONT_HSH_M I/O Differential pair
3 USB_FRONT_HSH_P I/O Differential pair
4 GND - Ground
5 GND - Ground
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• P4400 : SATA DATA to HDD

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 SATA_TX+ O SATA differential emitted data
3 SATA_TX- O SATA differential emitted data
4 GND - Ground
5 SATA_RX- I SATA differential received data
6 SATA_RX+ I SATA differential received data
7 GND - Ground

• P4401 : SATA Power supply to HDD


Pin Signal name Input / Description
output
1 GND - Ground
2 VCC - +5V power supply
3 VCC - +5V power supply
4 GND - Ground

• P5120 : ADF motor and Sensor cable

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 ADF_OUT2A O ADF phase 2A motor drive
2 ADF_OUT1B O ADF phase 1B motor drive
3 ADF_OUT2B O ADF phase 2B motor drive
4 ADF_OUT1A O ADF phase 1A motor drive
5 ADF_DETMOT I Detection from the ADF motor type
6 GND - Ground
7 Zen Cube FAN O Zen Cube FAN motor drive
8 NC -
9 Sensor_PW - Sensor +5V power supply
10 GND - Ground
11 STSC* I STSC sensor input
12 GND - Ground
13 Sensor_PW - Sensor +5V power supply
14 NC -
15 OUVCAPOT I ADF OPEN COVER sensor input
16 GND - Ground
17 Sensor_PW - Sensor +5V power supply
18 NC -
19 PSF* I PSF sensor input
20 GND - Ground
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• P5200 : Flat Bed motor cable

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 FB_OUT2B O Flat Bed phase 2B motor drive
2 FB_OUT2A O Flat Bed phase 2A motor drive
3 FB_OUT1B O Flat Bed phase 1B motor drive
4 FB_OUT1A O Flat Bed phase 1A motor drive
5 FB_DETMOT I Flat Bed motor type detection
6 GND - Ground

• P5300 : Interface with CCD Module


Pin Signal name Input / Description
output
1 CCFL_PWR - +18V / +24V CCFL power supply
2 P12VP - +12V Power supply
3 INV_GND - Ground
4 AGND - Ground
5 P3V3 - +3,3V Power supply
6 VCC - +5V Power supply
7 HOME I “Home” sensor input
8 RESET_CCD O Reset CCD module
9 SH_R O Sample Hold request
10 DGND - Ground
11 DGND - Ground
12 SPI_SDIO I/O SPI serial line – Data
13 SPI_SCLK O SPI serial line - Clock
14 SPI_SEN O SPI serial line - Enable
15 DGND - Ground
16 DGND - Ground
17 LVDS_TXOUT0m I LVDS signal
18 LVDS_TXOUT0p I LVDS signal
19 LVDS_TXOUT1m I LVDS signal
20 LVDS_TXOUT1p I LVDS signal
21 LVDS_TXOUT2m I LVDS signal
22 LVDS_TXOUT2p I LVDS signal
23 LVDS_FRAMEm I LVDS signal
24 LVDS_FRAMEp I LVDS signal
25 DGND - Ground
26 DGND - Ground
27 LVDS_CLOCKp O LVDS signal – clock output
28 LVDS_CLOCKm O LVDS signal – clock output
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• P7102 : Power supply connector

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 P24V - +24V Power supply

• P7103 : Power supply connector

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 P3V3 - +3V3 Power supply
3 GND - Ground
4 P24V - +24V Power supply
5 - Not used

• P1300 : Mezzanine 2nd line modem

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 P3V3 - +3V3 power supply
2 CS_MEZZ* O Chip select
3 WR* O Write enable
4 RD* O Read enable
5 Reset_Mezz* O Reset
6 IT_Mezz I Interruption
7 GND - Ground
8 Data7 I/O Data bus
9 Data6 I/O Data bus
10 Data5 I/O Data bus
11 Data4 I/O Data bus
12 Data3 I/O Data bus
13 Data2 I/O Data bus
14 Data1 I/O Data bus
15 Data0 I/O Data bus
16 GND - Ground
17 BA<0> O Adresse 0
18 BA<1> O Adresse 1
19 BA<2> O Adresse 2
20 BA<3> O Adresse 3
21 BA<4> O Adresse 4
22 GND - Ground
23 IMD_Therm I
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24 GND - Ground
25 SPK_MEZZ O Speaker mezzanine
26 GND - Ground

• P6100 : Printer interface

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 HFF_VDATA<1> I/O Data bus
2 GND - Ground
3 HFF_VDATA<0> I/O Data bus
4 GND - Ground
5 HFF_VMREF I +3.3V
6 HFF_SLP* O Sleep Command
7 - - No connect
8 GND - Ground
9 HFF_BD* I Beam Detect
10 GND - Ground
11 HFF_PPRDY* I Printer Power Ready
12 HFF_RDY* I Printer Ready
13 HFF_TOP I Top Page Detection
14 HFF_SBSY I Status Busy
15 HFF_STA* I Status from printer
16 - - No connect
17 GND - Ground
18 HFF_CBSY* O Command Busy
19 HFF_START* O Print Start
20 HFF_CPRDY* O Controler Power Ready
21 HFF_CMD* O Command from UC
22 HFF_CCLK* O Serial Clock
23 HFF_PRFD* O Prefeed Signal
24 GND - Ground
25 - - No connect
26 GND - Ground
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3.2 HFFV2 LCD PANEL TOP EQUIPPED SUB ASSEMBLY


The “HFFv2 LCD PANEL TOP EQUIPPED” is a Front panel Sub assembly, done to be managed and
tested independently.
The “HFFv2 LCD PANEL TOP EQUIPPED” is done from:
• The HFxV2 Front panel board
• A 7 inch LCD panel with integrated touch screen
• 2 plastic covers
• HFFv2 Front panel keys

DESCRIPTION
The front panel board manages the following functions:
• Keypad and LEDs for Front panel touch,
• Video conversion to drive an Analog 7 inch LCD panel,
• Touch Screen function,
• LCD panel inverter,
• Finger print, which is putted in a mezzanine.
The Front panel board integrates a PIC controller (with integrated flash), to manage the following
functions:
• Touch screen management,
• Keypad from Front panel board and Keypad board,
• Leds from Front panel and drive the shift register for Finger print on Keypad board,
• Drive the LCD panel inverter.
The PIC controller is driven from the Mainboard UC through an SPI serial line.
Diagram of the Connector Locations
Inverter for LCD Touch screen To LCD panel
panel from LCD panel

P302 P301 P101

P1 To Mainboard

P4 To Keypad
module
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List of connectors :
Connector Part Number Sexe Position
number of
points
Mainboard P1 20 Male Straight
Keypad P4 22 Male Straight
LCD panel video P101 26 Female Right angled
LCD panel’s Touch P301 4 Female Right angled
screen
LCD panel Inverter P302 2 Male Right angled
• P1 : Interface with Mainboard

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 Int_pic O PIC controller interrupt signal
2 GND - Ground
3 Spi_di I SPI serial line – data input
4 GND - Ground
5 Spi_do O SPI serial line – data output
6 Spi_pic_cs* I SPI serial line – PIC select
7 Spi_clk I SPI serial line – clock
8 Spi_fgpr* O SPI serial line – Finger print select
9 GND - Ground
10 GND - Ground
11 VCC - +5V Power supply
12 P24V - CCFL +24V Power supply
13 P3V3 - +3,3V Power supply
14 GND - Ground
15 GND - Ground
16 GND - Ground
17 Lvds_cko+ I LVDS (Twisted wires) video clock
18 Lvds_cko- I
19 Lvds_dso+ I LVDS (Twisted wires) video data
20 Lvds_dso- I LVDS (Twisted wires) video data

This is an external connector for the module Front panel


• P4 : Keypad interface from Front Panel

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 Spi_do O SPI serial line – data output
3 Spi_di I SPI serial line – data input
4 Spi_clk O SPI serial line – clock
5 Spi_fgpr* O SPI serial line – Finger print select
6 fs_intr* I Finger print interrupt
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7 GND - Ground
8 GND - Ground
9 Key_L2 O Drive Keypad line 2
10 Key_L3 O Drive Keypad line 3
11 Key_C1 O Drive Keypad column 1
12 Key_C2 O Drive Keypad column 2
13 Key_C3 O Drive Keypad column 3
14 Key_C4 O Drive Keypad column 4
15 Key_C5 O Drive Keypad column 5
16 Key_C6 O Drive Keypad column 6
17 Led_CLK O Clock for shift register – driving blue leds
18 GND - Ground
19 P3V3 - +3,3V Power supply
20 VCC - +5V Power supply
21 Led_data O Data for shift register – driving blue leds
22 Led_oe O Output enable for shift register – driving
blue leds

This is an external connector for the module Front panel

• P101 : 7 inch LCD panel video interface

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground for logic circuit
2 VCC - +5V power supply
3 VGL O Negative power for scan driver
4 VGH O Positive power for scan driver
5 STVR O Vertical start pulse
6 STVL O Vertical start pulse
7 CKV O Shift clock input for scan driver
8 UDC O UP/DOWN scan control input
9 OEV O Output enable input for scan driver
10 VCOM - Common electrode driving signal
11 VCOM - Common electrode driving signal
12 LRC O LEFT/RIGHT scan control input
13 MOD O Analog signal rotate input
14 OEH O Output enable input for data driver
15 STHL O Start pulse for horizontal scan line
16 STHR O Start pulse for horizontal scan line
17 CPH3 O Sampling and shifting clock pulse for data
driver
18 CPH2 O Sampling and shifting clock pulse for data
driver
19 CHP1 O Sampling and shifting clock pulse for data
driver
20 VCC - +5V Supply voltage of logic control circuit
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21 GND - Ground for logic circuit


22 VR O Alternated video signal input (Red)
23 VG O Alternated video signal input (Green)
24 VB O Alternated video signal input (Blue)
25 AVDD - +5V Supply voltage for analog circuit
26 GND - Ground for analog circuit
P301 : Touch screen interface for LCD panel

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 X- I Touch screen horizontal feedback
2 Y- I Touch screen vertical feedback
3 X+ I/O Touch screen horizontal drive & feedback
4 Y+ I/O Touch screen vertical drive & feedback
• P302 : LCD panel inverter

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 HV O High Voltage drive
2 LV - Inverter ground and feedback (High Voltage)

BE CAREFUL : The Inverter generates AC High Voltage.


To handle with care.
Attention - The “HFFv2 LCD PANEL TOP EQUIPPED” integrates a touch screen panel, that
need to be calibrated.
The calibration data are stored in the Mainboard Eeprom.
In case of replacement from the Front panel Sub assembly, the touch screen panel
calibration have to be performed

3.3 HFFV2 KEYPAD SUB ASSEMBLY


The “HFFV2 Keypad W/FP Reader Equipped” is a Keypad sub-assembly, done to be managed and
tested independently.
The “HFFV2 Keypad W/FP Reader Equipped” is done from:
• The HFxv2 Keypad board
• The HFxv2 Keypad Mezzanine board
• One plastic cover and 2 light guides
• HFFv2 Keypad ASM
• One metal part
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3.3.1 KEYPAD BOARD


The Keypad board manages the following functions:
- 12 Digital Keypad touches,
- LEDs for Finger print sensor light guide,
- Connector to Keypad Mezzanine PCBA.

Diagram of the Connector Locations


To Keypad To Front panel
mezzanine board module

P320

P301

List of connectors :

Connector Part Number Type Position


number of
points
Keypad mezzanine P301 20 Male Straight
Front panel P320 22 Female Right angled
• P301 : Mezzanine Keypad interface

Pin Signal name Input / output Description


1 GND - Ground
2 GND - Ground
3 NC -
4 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
5 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
6 GND - Ground
7 GND - Ground
8 FS_SCS* O Finger sensor serial line - Chip select
9 FS_SCLK O Finger sensor serial line - Clock
10 FS_MISO I Finger sensor serial line - Data In
11 FS_MOSI O Finger sensor serial line - Data Out
12 GND - Ground
13 FS_INTR* I Finger sensor serial line - Interrupt
14 GND - Ground
15 GND - Ground
16 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
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17 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply


18 NC -
19 GND - Ground
20 GND - Ground
• P320 : Front panel interface from Keypad

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 FS_MISO O SPI serial line – data output
3 FS_MOSI I SPI serial line – data input
4 FS_SCK I SPI serial line – clock
5 FS_SCS* I SPI serial line – Finger print select
6 FS_INTR* I Finger print interrupt
7 GND - Ground
8 Key_L2 I Drive Keypad line 2
9 Key_L3 I Drive Keypad line 3
10 Key_C1 I Drive Keypad column 1
11 Key_C2 I Drive Keypad column 2
12 Key_C3 I Drive Keypad column 3
13 Key_C4 I Drive Keypad column 4
14 Key_C5 I Drive Keypad column 5
15 Key_C6 I Drive Keypad column 6
16 GND - Ground
17 LED_CLK I Clock for shift register – driving blue leds
18 LED_DATA I Data for shift register – driving blue leds
19 LED_OE I Output enable for shift register – driving
blue leds
20 GND - Ground
21 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
22 VCC - +5V Power supply

This is an external connector for the module Front panel


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3.3.2 KEYPAD MEZZANINE BOARD


The Keypad Mezzanine board integrates the finger print sensor.

• P300 : Keypad interface from Mezanine

Pin Signal name Input / Description


output
1 GND - Ground
2 GND - Ground
3 NC -
4 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
5 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
6 GND - Ground
7 GND - Ground
8 FS_SCS* I Finger sensor serial line - Chip select
9 FS_SCLK I Finger sensor serial line - Clock
10 FS_MISO O Finger sensor serial line - Data In
11 FS_MOSI I Finger sensor serial line - Data Out
12 GND - Ground
13 FS_INTR* O Finger sensor serial line - Interrupt
14 GND - Ground
15 GND - Ground
16 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
17 P3V3 - +3,3V power supply
18 NC -
19 GND - Ground
20 GND - Ground
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4. POWER SUPPLY
There are 3 power supply
• Engine power supply board
• LVPS module
• DC/DC board

The "engine power supply board" supplies 5v and 3v3 for the MFP.
The "LVPS module" supplies 24V for the MFP in active mode and for the DC/DC board in sleep mode.
The "DC/DC board" supplies 3v3 in sleep mode ; this board is necessary because the power delivered
by the "engine power supply board" is not enough in sleep mode.

DC1 mainboard
Vout = 36 V 2.1W
1.3A
Iout = 1,2 A P36VP 36V@0.8A ADF motor
rend = 93% LM3478
0.58A FB motor
P24VP 24V@0,45A
CCFL LCD panel

DC2
1.4W
0,55A Vout = 18 V
Iout = 800mA P18VP 18V@500mA CCFL scanner
rend = 88% MIC4690
LVPS
P24V LDO2
0.4W
(23 ->25) Vout =12V CCD
LDO1 P12VP 12V@70mA
@ 2,2A Iout = 100 mA
MC78xx 1.9W
Vout =5V P5VP 5,1V@100mA buffer AFE/CCD,
Iout = 100 mA motor driver, HDD
NCV4276
P5V P5VC 5,1V@0.7A USB host, FP timing
(4,9 -> 5,1) LDO3 controller, DDR2
@ 2,5A 50mW
Vout =3.1V
P3V1VP 3,1V@100mA modem
1,5A Iout = 200 mA RP100x
P3V35VP 3,35V@850mA logic

DC3
1A Vout = 1.8V , 0.9V 0.6W

P1V8P 1,8V@2A LCD Controller


Iout = 2,5 A
TPS51116 DDR2
rend = 81%
P0V9P 0.9V@ 0,2A
DC4
1.1A Vout = 1,25 V 0.8W
Printer XIP Iout = 2,5A P1V25P 1,25V@2,3A 1% Zoran core
rend = 80% MAX8545
Powers
deliveries

HFFv2 DC/DC board


P3V3
P3V3 P3V3_UC
(3,2->3,5) @4A
(3,2 -> 3,5) switch
@ 4A Step down alim
24V-3,3V
P24V
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5. CRYSTALS

Real Time 32K768Hz LCD


32,768kHz Y1100 Controller
Clock

24,576MHz Y1301 MODEM

25MHz Y4100 ETHERNET

24MHz Y4300 HUB USB

12MHz Y4400 SATA

12MHz Y1200 ZORAN

6. RESET
3.3V

MAX 6315 Zoran 4230C


Vcc
MR*/SRT RESET* RESET*
HW_RESET*
SOFT_RESET* SATA

HUB USB
MODEM_RESET
*
LCD_CTRL_RESET* ETHERNET

CCD_RESET*

MODEM
Flash //
LCD
CONTROLLER

PIC
(Front Panel)

CCD Module
(SCANNER)
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7. STANDBY MODE
The HFFv2 product have 3 operational modes :
• POWER OFF mode
• ACTIVE mode
• SLEEP mode

POWER OFF mode:


The POWER OFF mode is characterized by the HFFv2 Printer ON/OFF button in OFF position.
The HFFv2 product is not powered.
ACTIVE mode:
The ACTIVE mode is characterized by the full HFFv2 MFP active, with full function operational.
SLEEP mode:
The SLEEP mode is characterized by a full HFFv2 MFP active, except the LCD panel backlight which
is switch off.
MFP goes to SLEEP mode after an adjustable period without activity.
MFP goes out of SLEEP mode when action is done to wake up (printing , copy, action on keyboard ,
etc…).
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INSTALLATION GUIDE

CONTENTS

1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 3
1.1 SPACE REQUIREMENTS 3
1.2 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS 3
1.2.1 Mains 3
1.2.2 Telephone line 3
1.3 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS 4
2 UNPACKING 4
2.1 UNPACKING THE TERMINAL 4
2.2 UNPACKING THE ADDITIONAL PAPER TRAY (OPTION) 5
2.3 INSTALLING THE TERMINAL 5
2.4 INSTALLING THE TONER CARTRIDGE 6
2.5 INSTALLING THE PERFUME DIFFUSER (ACCORDING TO MODEL) 8
2.6 INSTALLING THE EXTENSION MEMORY 9
2.6.1 Antistatic protection 9
2.6.2 Installation 10
3 LOADING PAPER 13
3.1 LOADING PAPER IN THE PAPER TRAY 13
3.2 LOADING PAPER LARGER THAN A4 SIZE IN THE PAPER TRAY 15
3.3 ADJUSTING THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT OUTPUT TRAY 17
4 WALL CONNECTIONS 18
4.1 TELEPHONE AND LAN CONNECTION 18
4.2 POWER LINE CONNECTION AND SWITCH ON 18
5 START-UP AND SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION 19
5.1 INSTALLER PARAMETERS 19
5.2 LIST OF THE DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS (SW) 20
5.2.1 Soft-switch 1 : Ringing and automatic printing 20
5.2.2 Soft-switch 2 : Scanner/printer configuration 20
5.2.3 Soft-switch 3 : Line configuration 21
5.2.4 Soft-switch 4 : Fax protocol configuration 21
5.2.5 Soft-switch 5 : Load speaker 22
5.2.6 Soft-switch 6 : Sleep mode 22
5.2.7 Soft-switch 7 : Reserved 22
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5.2.8 Soft-switch 8 : Reserved 22


5.2.9 Soft-switch 9 : Approval + Communication applications 22
5.2.10Soft-switch 10 : Communications : locks/miscellaneous 23
5.2.11Soft-switch 11 : Retransmissions / Logs 23
5.2.12Soft-switch 12 : Quality 24
5.2.13Soft-switch 13 : Configuration internet 24
5.2.14Soft-switch 14 : Configuration internet 2 25
5.2.15Soft-switch 15 : Configuration internet 3 25
5.2.16Soft-switch 16 : Configuration internet 4 26
5.2.17Soft-switch 17 : Configuration internet 5 26
5.2.18Soft-switch 18 : Coding / UART rate 27
5.2.19Soft-switch 19 : Miscellaneous software functions: 27
5.2.20Soft-switch 20 : Hardware managment 28
5.2.21Soft-switch 21 : T4 decoder/debug 28
5.2.22Soft-switch 22 : Miscellaneous 29
5.2.23Soft-switch 23 Miscellaneous 29
5.2.24Soft-switch 24 : IEEE address 30
5.2.25Soft-switch 25 : Reserved 30
5.2.26Soft-switch 26 : Miscellaneous 30
5.2.27Soft-switch 27 : Miscellaneous 30
5.2.28Soft-switch 28 : Miscellaneous 31
5.2.29Soft-switch 29 : Miscellaneous 31
5.2.30Soft-switch 30 : Miscellaneous 32
5.2.31Soft-switch 31 : Miscellaneous 32
5.2.32Soft-switch 32 : Miscellaneous 33
5.2.33Soft-switch 33 : Miscellaneous 33
5.2.34Soft-switch 34 : HDD storage 34
5.2.35Soft-switch 35 : Fax sound validation 34
5.2.36Soft-switch 36 : Miscellaneous 35
5.2.37Soft-switch 37 : -SCAN PMLAN - FAX RECEIVER 35
5.2.38Soft-switch 38 : Special print pc feature 36
5.2.39Soft-switch 39 : Modem line interface settings 36
5.2.40Soft-switch 40 : Modem line interface settings 36
5.3 SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD 37
5.3.1 Download via PC link 37
5.3.2 Download via local network 38
6 REMOTE READOUT (ACCORDING TO MODEL) 39
6.1 ENABLING THE REMOTE READOUT 39
6.2 TRIGGER CRITERIA 39
6.3 DESCRIPTION OF THE TRANSMITTED DATA 40
6.3.1 Format of transmitted data in transparent mode 40
6.3.2 Remote readout report 42
6.3.3 Description of the parameters 43
6.4 REMINDERS 44
7 SAVING DATA BY NETWORK 45
8 PACKING AND TRANSPORT OF THE MACHINE 46
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1. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

1.1 SPACE REQUIREMENTS

505 m
m

684 mm
mm
571

The figure above shows the overall dimensions of the machine, optional accessories not included.

1.2 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS


1.2.1 MAINS
Single-phase AC supply with earth, in conformance with the information on the label on the back of
your MFP.
Remark(s):
- The machine cannot be connected to an IT type power supply.
- The mains input of the machine conforms to the overvoltage safety level.

1.2.2 TELEPHONE LINE


The telephone line is equipped with a standardized telephone connector and must be connected to the
switched telephone network (private exchange (PABX) or public exchange).
Remark(s): The telephone line input conforms to the TRT3 safety level.
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1.3 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS


When selecting a location for the machine, the following points should be taken into account:
• The telephone socket should be located no more than 2 meters away.
• A standard single-phase mains socket with earth (rated in conformance with the information on
the label on the back of the MFP) should be located no more than 2 meters away.
• For easy access to the machine, leave a space of about 30 cm. at the sides and the back. Also
leave sufficient space in front of the machine.
• Do not install the machine in direct sunlight, near heating radiators or near air conditioning out-
lets (see §2.1 of the Technical Description).
• The room should be adequately ventilated.
• Avoid locations where frequent vibrations occur.
• Avoid locations where water or other products might be splashed on the machine.
• The machine should not be installed directly on the floor.
• Place the machine on a flat horizontal support.

2. UNPACKING

2.1 UNPACKING THE TERMINAL


• Open the box and remove the multifonction.
B B
A
A

B
A B

A A

• The carton contains the following elements:


- the multifonction,
- the marked front panel,
- the duplex module,
- the connection cables (mains and line),
- the installation guide,
- 2 CD-Roms.
• Remove the elements from their protective covers.
• Remove the adhesive from the different elements (see the installation guide for more
information).
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• Take the duplex module out of its box.

• Remove the protective side sections.


• Remove the plastic bag from the module module.

2.2 UNPACKING THE ADDITIONAL PAPER TRAY (OPTION)


• Take the additional tray out of its carton.
• Remove the protective side sections in the box.
• Remove the plastic bag from the additional tray.
• To install the additional tray, see the installation guide of the additional tray.

2.3 INSTALLING THE TERMINAL


• Install the dupex module.
• Stand in the rear at the terminal.
• Remove the rear cover of the printer after pushing the two tabs and the shutter of connector as
shown in the diagram.

• Take the duplex module.


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• Insert the right and left tabs at the bottom of the duplex module into the holes at the back of the
terminal and then align the top part of the duplex module with the terminal. Ensure that the
connector of the duplex module is connected to the connector of the terminal.

• Tighten the screws at the both ends of the bottom of the duplex module.

• Place the printer part in the final location in accordance with security directives, see
§ Installation requirements page 3.
• If you stand at the rear of the unit you will be able to see all the available connections.

2.4 INSTALLING THE TONER CARTRIDGE


• Stand in front of the machine.
• Press on the open button to access the cartridge trap door.
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• Lift the flatbed scanner then open the trap door to access the toner cartridge.

• Unpack the new cartridge. Gently roll the cartridge 7 or 8 times to distribute the toner evenly
inside the cartridge. Thoroughly rolling the cartridge will assure the maximum copies per
cartridge.

• Hold the toner cartridge by its handle, place it on a flat surface and pull the seal out horizontally.

Remark(s): Make sure you remove the toner cartridge cover horizontally so as not to break it inside
the toner cartridge.After removing the cover, do not shake the toner cartridge. You may
risk spilling toner.
• Insert the cartridge in its slot by pushing it until it clicks (last move down) as shown on the
picture below.
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• Close the the cartridge trap door then low the flatbed scanner.

2.5 INSTALLING THE PERFUME DIFFUSER (ACCORDING TO MODEL)


The perfume unit is an option enabling you to install a perfume diffuser on the machine. When this
option is installed and activated, the machine diffuses perfume every hour, and for a period of time
defined by you.
• Unpack the zen cube module.

Caution - Do not allow the cartridge to come into contact with the mouth.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Wash your hands after manipulating the cartridge.
Do not leave within reach of children.
In case of swallowing consult a doctor immediately and show the packaging.
Do not leave the cartridge on the machine.
Connect the module at the indicated places only.
Do not touch the moving parts of the fan during operation.
• Install the cartridge into the zen cube module.
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• Install the perfume diffuser on the terminal as showed in the illustration below.

• Connect the power cord of the perfume diffuser in the connector of the terminal.

• Once the perfume diffuser is installed, Press on


MENU>SETTINGS>COMFORT>PERFUME and activate the perfume diffuser.

2.6 INSTALLING THE EXTENSION MEMORY


2.6.1 ANTISTATIC PROTECTION
Caution - The machine's electronic board must be protected from any electrostatic damage that may
be caused by handling.
• Firstly, switch off the machine by pressing the On/Off button (position 0) and disconnect the
mains cable.
• Disconnect all cables connected to the machine.
• If you are wearing an antistatic bracelet, attach one of the straps to your wrist and the other to the
bare metal frame located at the rear of the machine.
• Never attach a strap to the machine when switched on.
• Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal surfaces and telephone jacks are not sufficient earthing
materials.
• If you are not wearing an antistatic bracelet, discharge any static electricity from your body by
touching a surface connected to the earth before handling the board or any electronic
components in the machine.
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2.6.2 INSTALLATION
• Unscrew the fast screw at the right back of the printer then slide the housing.

Screw

• Uscrew the 12 screws (cross head) of the electronic cage.


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• Uscrew the 4 screws (Torx N°10) of the rear plate.

• Unconnect the flat cable from the mainboard and unscrew the 2 screws (Torx N°10) of the
second line modem.

• Unconnect the 4 cables and uscrew the 3 screws (Torx N°10) of the PCB.
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• Disconnect the 2 cables of the hard disk (Data and power cable).

• Unscrew the 4 screws (Torx N°10) of the HDD support (red arrows) and remove it.
Remark(s): If the Second line modem was not installed, remove 2 more screws (yellow arrows).
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• Insert the memory extension.

• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.

3. LOADING PAPER

3.1 LOADING PAPER IN THE PAPER TRAY


The following section describes how to load paper into all trays of the multifonction.

Remark(s): If the paper size is higher than A4, see § Loading paper larger than A4 size in the
paper tray page 15.
• Remove the paper tray and place it on a flat surface.

• Remove the lid of the tray.


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• Press down the media pressure plate to lock it into place.

• Squeeze the length guide and slide it to the desired paper size.

• Squeeze the right width guide and slide it to the desired paper size.

• Air the paper then smooth out the block of paper on a flat surface to avoid any paper jams or off-
centred printing.

• Load the paper with the side to be printed facing up.

• Check that the sheets do not exceed the limit mark.


Remark(s): Loading capacity depends on the paper tray used:
- main paper tray / additionnal: up to 550 sheets (80 g/m2 [22 lb]) of plain paper
- secondary paper tray: up to 150 sheets (80 g/m2 [22 lb]) of plain paper
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• Close the lid of the paper tray. Make sure that the lid of the tray is correctly closed.

• Replace the paper tray and push it completely into the terminal.
• Define the size and type of paper that are used on the terminal.
The terminal detect automaticaly the size of the standard paper. To check/define the size and
type of paper that are loaded, refer to the section Paper settings on the User guide.

3.2 LOADING PAPER LARGER THAN A4 SIZE IN THE PAPER TRAY


The following section describes how to load paper into all trays of the multifonction.
Remark(s): If the paper size is smaller than A4, see § Loading paper in the paper tray page 13.
• Remove the paper tray and place it on a flat surface.

• Remove the lid of the tray.

• Slide the right and left lock tabs in the paper tray outwards to unlock them.
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• Hold the grip of the paper tray and pull its extendable part to the front until it touches the desired
paper size.

• Squeeze the length guide and slide it to the desired paper size.

• Squeeze the right width guide and slide it to the desired paper size.

• Air the paper then smooth out the block of paper on a flat surface to avoid any paper jams or off-
centred printing.

• Load the paper with the side to be printed facing up.

• Check that the sheets do not exceed the limit mark.


Remark(s): Loading capacity depends on the paper tray used:
- main paper tray / additionnal: up to 550 sheets (80 g/m2 [22 lb]) of plain paper
- secondary paper tray: up to 150 sheets (80 g/m2 [22 lb]) of plain paper
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• Close the lid of the paper tray. Make sure that the lid of the tray is correctly closed.

• Replace the paper tray and push it completely into the terminal.

• Define the size and type of paper that are used on the terminal.
The terminal detect automaticaly the size of the standard paper. To check/define the size and
type of paper that are loaded, refer to the section Paper settings on the User guide.

3.3 ADJUSTING THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT OUTPUT TRAY


Depending on the format of the document to be scanned - A4 or LGAL (LEGAL) adjust the paper stop.
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4. WALL CONNECTIONS
Caution - Make sure that the scanner's On/Off switch is "0" (Off).

L2
B'
A'
G
L1
B
A

E
F

4.1 TELEPHONE AND LAN CONNECTION


• Connect the end of the telephone line lead to the telephone socket on the wall.
• Connect the end of the LAN cable (not provided) to your local network socket dedicated to your
terminal.

4.2 POWER LINE CONNECTION AND SWITCH ON


Caution - Refer to safety procedures in the section Installation requirements, page 3.
• Connect the end of the terminal's mains cable to the mains socket on the wall.
• Set the printer's On/Off switch to the "I" (On) position.
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5. START-UP AND SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

5.1 INSTALLER PARAMETERS


The purpose of these parameters is to adapt the MFP to specific user requirements and to the
telecommunication standards of the country where the MFP is to be installed.
At delivery, each MFP is programmed with the factory test configurations. The installer can obtain a
printed listing of these parameters (MENU * 1 8 8 1, PRINT , SETTINGS).
Remark(s): It is advised to keep a paper copy of the list of these parameters at delivery.
The access to these parameters is only authorized to maintenance and/or installation technicians.
The MFP is equipped with a set of logic blocks referred to as SOS (Soft Switches).
Each block consists of 8 bits called bit 1 to 8. Each bit can take a value of either 0 or 1.
When a soft switch is tick off, the value is 1 When a soft switch is not tick off, the value is 0.
On the display, a block (from bit 1 to bit 8) is read from right to left (see description).
Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1
When the display shows the main menu, you can access the configuration bytes by means of the key
sequence:
MENU * 9 5 5 9
The description of these parameters can be found below.
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5.2 LIST OF THE DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS (SW)


5.2.1 SOFT-SWITCH 1 : RINGING AND AUTOMATIC PRINTING
Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-CPT : Counters access
# 0 : Without access
# 1 : With access
2 0 SOS-PAUSE : Type of signal, to warn user can dial when automatic dialling is running
(except in waiting state at the beginning of dialling). It is only active for private network .
Special case for Italy
# 0 : Wait on ring tone
# 1 : Wait on pause
3 0 SOS-DURPAUSE : LONG/SHORT pause while dialling
# 0 : Short 2sec.
# 1 : Long 6sec.
4 0 SOS-DURSON : Ringing tone period to before the fax off the hook.
# 0 : Normal
# 1 : North countries
5 0 SOS-ATITEL : Wait invitation to dial
# 0 : Without wait invitation
# 1 : With wait invitation )
6 1 SOS-IMPAUTO : Automatic log print
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
7 00 Details on COM parameters in log reports (JBIG, ECM etc …) for debug purpose
# 00 : No
# 11 : Yes
8

5.2.2 SOFT-SWITCH 2 : SCANNER/PRINTER CONFIGURATION


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS- POINTILLES : Print dot line at the bottom of page (GD)
# 0 : Without dot line
# 1 : With dotline
2 0 SOS- ECOPAP : Save paper mode
# 0 : Off
# 1 : On
3 0 SOS-BIP_SIL : Keyboard beep on/off
# 0 : Beep on
# 1 : No beep
4 1 SOS- BANDE : Suppression of black border due to scanner (2mm/2mm en 216mm et
2mm/8mm en 210mm)
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
5 0 SOS- TETE : Width of printed head
# 0 : Width A4 - 210
# 1 : Width A4 - 216
6 0 SOS- ECOIMP : Printer safe mode
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
7 0 SOS-COPLOC : Restriction on local copies
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 0 SOS-TIMKONIKA : Timed memorizing of photocopier resolution/contrast/settings
# 0 : Enabled
# 1 : Disabled
- 21 - IG 3000361032 - 01

5.2.3 SOFT-SWITCH 3 : LINE CONFIGURATION


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-NIVEMI : Transmission level
2 0 # 00 = 0 dBm
3 0 # 01 = -1 dBm
4 1 ...
# 06 = -6 dBm
...
# 0F = -15 dBm
5 0 SOS- SEUILREC : Reception sensitivity Minimum value of threshold accepted
# 0 = -43dB
# 1 = -47 dB
6 0 SOS-SEUILREC2 : Reception threshold 2
# 0 = -43 dB
# 1 = -47 dB
7 0 SOS - EPTV29 : Use Echo Protect Tone
with V29
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 0 SOS - ECHO : Echo cancelling
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes

5.2.4 SOFT-SWITCH 4 : FAX PROTOCOL CONFIGURATION


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-MODPRIV : Communication in private mode
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
2 0 SOS-DIS-COURT : Restricted DIS size
# 0 : Long DIS (complete)
# 1 : Short DIS
3 0 SOS-TCF : TCF accept criterion
# 0 : Normal, refused if there has not been 1 continuous second
# 1 : Special, 1 discontinuous second in the TCF, then accepted systematically at 2 400 b/s
4 0 SOS-RTN : Page accept criterion
5 0 Values:
# 0 : 10 percent
# 1 : 15 percent
# 2 : 20 percent
# 3 : no check
6 1 SOS-DISINF : Unlimited DIS length
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
7 0 SOS-LGINF : Maximum length of scan, printing, communication
# 0 : 1 metre
# 1 : 3 metres
8 1 SOS-ECM : Restricted ECM
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 22 -

5.2.5 SOFT-SWITCH 5 : LOAD SPEAKER


Bit Value Designation
1 1 Reserved
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 0 Reserved
5 0 SOS-HP : Line monitoring during fax comm.
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
6 1 SOS- NIVHP : Power of Loud speaker (Bits 6, 7 and 8).
7 1 Values
8 0 # 000 : (zero) is ignored
# 001 : Quiet level
# 010 : Medium level
# 011 : Strong level
# 100 : Very strong level

5.2.6 SOFT-SWITCH 6 : SLEEP MODE


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 1 SOS - VEILMOD : Sleep mode setting
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
5 0 Reserved
6 0 Reserved
7 0
8 0 Reserved

5.2.7 SOFT-SWITCH 7 : RESERVED

5.2.8 SOFT-SWITCH 8 : RESERVED

5.2.9 SOFT-SWITCH 9 : APPROVAL + COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS- MINIPCE : Use PCE as French minitel
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
2 0 SOS- REPFAX : Use answering fax
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
3 1 Reserved

4 1 SOS-REPERR: Redialling from page fault


# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
5 1 SOS-NOTREMIS : Printing of first page on transmission report
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
6 0 SOS-GRILLAGE : Burn phone numbers
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
7 1 SOS-LIGNE5S : Lines of 5 sec.during reception
# 0 : Length of lines not limited to 5 sec./line
# 1 : With maximum line length: 5 seconds
8 1 SOS-AGRE-FRA : French approval functions
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
- 23 - IG 3000361032 - 01

5.2.10 SOFT-SWITCH 10 : COMMUNICATIONS : LOCKS/MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-AFFVIT : Communication rate display
# 0 : No the page number is displayed
# 1 : Yes the comm. rate is displayed
2 1 SOS-BTYPNUM : Access to impulse/DTMF parameter
# 0 : Yes (Reserved)
# 1 : No
3 0 SOS-AOPDISRING: Access to Distinctive Ring menu
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
4 1 SOS-DECT: Use DECT function for NOTIFICATION
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
5 1 SOS-TLRFAX : Remote readout by fax (ATTENTION!!!)
# 0 : Remote readout to Quadrige in transparent mode
# 1 : Remote readout by fax
6 0 SOS-ULTRETRO: Fast deceleration of speed to works with servers which doesn't respect
T30 rules
# 0 : Without deceleration
# 1 : With deceleration
7 0 SOS-SONREA : Access to redialling parameters (screen /printer)
# 0 : No access
# 1 : With access
8 0 SOS-DISRING: Use or not the Distinctive Ring
# 0 : Without Distinctive Ring
# 1 : With Distinctive Ring

5.2.11 SOFT-SWITCH 11 : RETRANSMISSIONS / LOGS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 0 Reserved
5 1 Reserved
6 1 SOS-REROUT: Forwarding menu
# 0 : Without menu
# 1 : With menu
7 0 SOS-: Phone , answering machine and Fax logs
8 1 Values :
# 00 : fax log only
# 01 : fax ans phone log
# 10 : fax and answering machine log
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 24 -

5.2.12 SOFT-SWITCH 12 : QUALITY


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-GRIGNO: Width compression's algorithm
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
2 0 SOS-HMARGSUP: Width in Bit 2-3
3 0 Values :
# 00 : 2 mm
# 01 :3 mm
# 10 : 4 mm
# 11 : 5 mm
4 1 SOS-IMPQUALITE: Print quality
# 0 : Fast
# 1 : High quality
5 1 SOS-GRISCOP: Grey quality for photocopy
# 0 : Fast
# 1 : High quality
6 0 SOS-GRISCOM: Grey quality for fax
# 0 : Fast
# 1 : High quality
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved

5.2.13 SOFT-SWITCH 13 : CONFIGURATION INTERNET


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-BRIDEMAIL : Restricted text e-mail reception
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
2 1 SOS-ACKNORECNET : Send "message not received" reply on reception of corrupted
messages
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
3 1 SOS-EFFMSGNOK : Delete corrupted messages
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
4 1 SOS-PROMONET : Auto directory enrichment (Internet promotion)
# 0 : No automatic enrichment of directory
# 1 : With automatic enrichment of directory
5 0 SOS-VIDEMBOX : Delete first message in the mailbox
# 0 : With no systematic deletion of first document
# 1 : With systematic deletion of first document
6 0 SOS-VIDEALLMBOX : Delete entire mailbox
# 0 : With no systematic emptying of mailbox
# 1 : With systematic emptying of mailbox
7 0 Reserved
8 1 SOS-PJTXT : Text attachment processing
# 0 : No text attachment processing
# 1 : With text attachment processing
- 25 - IG 3000361032 - 01

5.2.14 SOFT-SWITCH 14 : CONFIGURATION INTERNET 2


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-CODNET : Document encoding type for Internet Comm.
2 0 Values:
# 00 : MH encoding
# 01 : MR encoding
# 10 : MMR encoding
3 0 SOS-BRIDINET : Internet functional restrictions
# 0 : No restriction
# 1 : Internet functions restricted (no access to the menu
4 1 SOS-CHAP : CHAP restrictions, password encoding
# 0 : CHAP not used
# 1 : Use CHAP
5 0 SOS-DNS : Restricted dynamic DNS, static DNS only
# 0 : No dynamic DNS server addresses
# 1 : Fixed DNS server addresses
6 0 SOS-REEMINFINI : limited transmission/reception (Internet relay transmission)
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
7 0 Reserved
8 0 SOS-T2CMPI : Save Internet passwords on i2c card
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes

5.2.15 SOFT-SWITCH 15 : CONFIGURATION INTERNET 3


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-CMPHPPP : PPP header compression: address/control field
# 0 : No Compression
# 1 : Compression
2 0 SOS-AUTHENT : PPP authentification
# 0 : No authentification
# 1 : With authentification
3 0 SOS-CMPHPPP2 : PPP header compression: protocol field
# 0 : No Compression
# 1 : Compression
4 0 SOS-REPSMTP : Wait for 2 packets after HELO command in SMTP
# 0 : Normal, wait for single rely packet
# 1 : Wait for a second packet if the first one is empty
5 0 SOS-VEILPUP: Switch of screen touch during sleeping mode
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
6 0 SOS-LCPACCM: Use ACCM of LCP phases
# 0 : Use from NCP)
# 1 : USE LCP
7 0 SOS-NETSUFFIXE: Add suffix for fax to fax via Internet
# 0 : Without suffix
# 1 : With suffix
8 0 SOS-FCTNETSUFFIXE: Activation of fax to fax via Internet function
# 0 : No activation
# 1 : Activation
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 26 -

5.2.16 SOFT-SWITCH 16 : CONFIGURATION INTERNET 4


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-ACKNORECNET2 : Send a "message not understood" reply on reception of TIFF
attachment
# 0 : Send message
# 1 : Do not send message
2 0 SOS-MAILSWIMP : Printout when rerouting mailswitch
# 0 : Printout
# 1 : No printout
3 0 Reserved
4 0 Reserved
5 0 SOS-ACTREEM : Enable/disable rerouting
# 0 : Rerouting disabled
# 1 : Rerouting/transfer enabled
6 0 SOS-IMP-MAILTXT : Double printout of mail text in translation
# 0 : Double impression
# 1 : Single printout but unlimited reception impossible
7 1 SOS-LIGNE2: Existence of the second line (used for dual line)
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 0 SOS-BRIDAGE-LIGNE2: Activation of the second line (used for dual ligne)
# 0 : Activation
# 1 : No activation

5.2.17 SOFT-SWITCH 17 : CONFIGURATION INTERNET 5


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-LAN-ACTIF : Detection of LAN chip (read-only)
# 0 : No - Default value for model without LAN functon
# 1 : Yes - Default value for model with LAN function
2 0 SOS - REPERTOIRE-IMPORT : Enable directory import by e-mail
# 0 : Unauthorised
# 1 : Authorised
3 0 SOS-FCT_ECO: Eco touch function
4 0 Values:
# 00 : ECORTC
# 01 : ECOFAXTOFAX
# 10 : Reserved
# 11 : Reserved
5 0 SOS-NO-TRT-FCERROR : Retry after modem high speed data detection problem
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
6 0 Reserved
7 0 SOS-IMP-AVISDEPOT : "Delivery notice" report printout
8 0 Values:
# 00 : Yes
# 01 : No
# 10 : Systematic
# 11 : Only in case of error
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5.2.18 SOFT-SWITCH 18 : CODING / UART RATE


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-CODMEM : Stored document encoding type
2 1 Values:
# 00 : RL encoding
# 01 : MH encoding
# 10 : MR encoding
# 11 : MMR encoding
3 1 SOS-CODCOM : COM negotiated encoding type
4 1 Values:
# 01 : MH encoding
# 10 : MR encoding
# 11 : MMR encoding
5 0 SOS-VITUART : Baud rate of serial link to modem
6 0 Values :
# 00 : 115 200 bauds
# 01 : 57 600 bauds
# 10 : 38 400 bauds
7 0 SOS-AFF_VIT_REELLE : Show/hide real communication rates
# 0 : Show reduced rates
# 1 : Show real rates
8 0 Reserved

5.2.19 SOFT-SWITCH 19 : MISCELLANEOUS SOFTWARE FUNCTIONS:


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 1 SOS-PRINTIFCLOSE : Starts printing documents received at the end of the communication
# 1 : At the end of the communication
# 0 : As soon as the first page is received
3 0 SOS-GROUPE : Restriction on groups (or distribution list)
# 0 : No groups
# 1 : With groups
4 0 SOS-REGULREC : T30 reception control inhibited
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
5 0 Reserved
6 0 SOS-MENUCLAVIER : Hide keyboard menus and force QWERTY keyboard
# 0 : Shows
# 1 : Hide
7 1 SOS-ONETOUCH : Enable "One touch" functions
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 0 SOS-TLC : Accept software download via STN
# 0 : No
# 1 :Yes
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 28 -

5.2.20 SOFT-SWITCH 20 : HARDWARE MANAGMENT


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS- FLTRPREAC : Anti-pre -accentuation external filter activation
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
2 0 SOS- HPFRX : V21 HDLC V12 (HPFRX) filter detection activation
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
3 0 Not used
4 0 SOS-CFR_ON_WTCF: TCF too long by pass activation
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
5 0 SOS-ANNADPCM : ADPCM notification setting
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
6 0 SOS- PARADPCM : Set ADPCM for notification record.
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
7 0 SOS- BAC100PAG : 100 pages tray setting
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
8 0 SOS- RECCIS : Optic sensor reconnaissance
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes

5.2.21 SOFT-SWITCH 21 : T4 DECODER/DEBUG


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-TRAITLIGERR : T4 decoding line copying mode
# 0 : For each line with an error
# 1 : Only once, then destroy
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 0 SOS- SERIAL_LINE_IN_USE : Serial link activation to DNT1248 MODEM
# 0 : No activation
# 1 : Activation
5 1 SOS-GARBAGE-FLASH : Flash memory garbage collection method:
# 0 : Garbage collection when application terminates
# 1 : Garbage collection as background task
Caution: taken into account only after reboot of the CPU
6 0 SOS- CARTE_PCL : PCL card management
# 0 : No management
# 1 : Management
7 0 SOS-DETECT OCCUP : Inhibition of engaged tone detect
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 1 SOS- CTRL_CODE_ECM : Cyphering/ uncyphering in ECM flaw received to check code
# 0 : No cyphering/uncyphering
# 1 : Cyphering/uncyphering
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5.2.22 SOFT-SWITCH 22 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS-DUREE-2100 : Transmission time of the 2100 modified for V34 reception
2 1 Values:
# 00 : 5 seconds
# 01 : 4.5 seconds
# 10 : 4 seconds
# 11 : 3.5 seconds
3 0 SOS-SORTIMP : Printing at the end of fax or Internet communications
# 0 : Printing during comm.
# 1 : Print after comm.
4 0 SOS-MTU-TCP : MTU-TCP size restriction for compatibility with ADSL router
# 0 : MTU of 1500 bytes
# 1 : MTU of 1000 bytes
5 0 SOS - WEB- ACCES : Access Mode to embedded Web server
# 0 : Unprotected access
# 1 : Password protected access)
6 0 SOS-AUTO-GDFID : Enable periodic self-identification
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
7 0 SOS-AUTO-GDFSTS : Enable status automatic transmission to the F@x manager
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
8 0 SOS-AUTO-GDFTLR : Enable remote readout automatic transmission to the F@x manager

5.2.23 SOFT-SWITCH 23 MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-JBIG : SUPER G3 capability to execute communication with JBIG encoding
# 0 : No SUPER G3
# 1 : Negotiated SUPER G3
2 0 # 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
3 0 SOS-FSI-NOCOVER : Inhibition of generation of cover pages
# 0 : FSI V6 cover page
# 1 : FSI V7 cover page
4 1 SOS-COMPACTE-RL : Compacting of run length (for fax server ELLIPSE)
# 0 : No compacting
# 1 : Compacting run length of no length
5 0 SOS-DEBRIDAGE-JAUGE : Acceptation of EEPROM cards at any moment
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
Return to 0 after removing the card
6 0 # 0 : Download disabled
# 1 : Download enabled
7 0 SOS-POINT-FINAL-SEUL : Final DATA_SMTP point on its own in the TCP frame
("Peltex" problem)
# 0 : Disabled
# 1 : Enabled
8 1 SOS-PDF : ransmission and reception of PDF document via e-mail
# 0 : Disabled
# 1 : Enabled
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 30 -

5.2.24 SOFT-SWITCH 24 : IEEE ADDRESS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-AOP-IEEE : Modification of the IEEE address by the AOP
# 0 : Modification impossible
# 1 : Modification possible
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 0 Reserved
5 0 Reserved
6 0 Reserved
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved

5.2.25 SOFT-SWITCH 25 : RESERVED

5.2.26 SOFT-SWITCH 26 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 0 LOGIN authentification enabled
# 0 : LOGIN authentification enabled
# 1 : LOGIN authentification disabled
3 0 With or without dual chip consumable card
# 0 : With dual chip card->display PUT IN OTHER WAY sync chip detected
# 1 : No dual chip card management-> display WRONG CARD if sync chip detected
4 0 Restriction on USB function
# 0 : No
# 1 : Yes
5 0 With or without duplication of on page passage threshold
# 0 : No duplication: NBI_SUP_B (1cm)
# 1 : Duplication: NBI_SUP_B * 2 (2 cm)
6 0 RR/RNR regulation limitation to 4 in T30
# 0 : No limitation
# 1 : With limitation
7 0 Double alternation photo coupler use
# 0 : Photo coupler mono alternance
# 1 : Photo coupler double alternance
8 0 Restriction of CCD lamp extinction
# 0 : With extinction
# 1 : Without extinction

5.2.27 SOFT-SWITCH 27 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-SIZE Size of remote readout serial number, 4 bits valu
2 0 # 1000: 8 digits remote readout serial number
3 0 # 1111: 15 digits remote readout serial number (only for EGT for now)
4 1
5 0 Reserved
6 0
7 0
8 0
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5.2.28 SOFT-SWITCH 28 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Activation of fax modification for DTS label
# 0 : Missing
# 1 : Present
2 0 Carrier drop in ECP mode for DTS label
# 0 : Missing
# 1 : Present
3 0 Reserved
4 0 Reserved
5 0 Number of bits at the end of frame
# 0 : 18 mark bits (1-10)
# 1 : 6 mark bits
6 0 Timers Telecom Italia
# 0: Without
# 1: With
7 0 Telecom settings Italia
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
8 0 Recall protection
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With

5.2.29 SOFT-SWITCH 29 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 0 Activation of the Notification menu
# 0 : Enabled
# 1 : Disabled
3 0 Activation of the validated menu
#0 : Enabled
1 : Disabled
4 0 Force the V29 modulation for 9600 and 7200 rates
# 0 : Enabled
# 1 : Disabled
5 0 Restriction on ECP driver for dumping without menu* D
# 0 : ECP enabled
# 1 : Disabled
6 0 Restriction on Modem presence
# 0 : Modem present
# 1 : Modem absent
7 0 SOS-LDAP-LOTUS : LDAP disconnection rule for some lotus servers
# 0 : Standard
# 1 : LOTUS configuration
8 0 SOS-HIDDEN-TLM : controls the Remote maintenance menu
# 0 : Menu present
# 1 : Menu absent
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 32 -

5.2.30 SOFT-SWITCH 30 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS- ECM2 : ECM use on line 2.
# 0 : Without
# 1 : With
2 0 Reserved
3 0 Reserved
4 0 SOS- DI_NO_PAPER_JAM : Set if the printer driver stop its current work after a paper jam.
Paper sheet can be lost.
# 0 : Yes
# 1 : No
5 0 SOS- DETECT_2_BUSY_TONE :detect 2 busy tone or 3 busy tone for line 2.
# 0 : 3 busy tones
# 1 : 2 busy tones
6 0 SOS-DETECT_2_BUSY_TONE_LINE_1:detect 2 busy tone or 3 busy tone for line 1.
# 0 : 3 busy tones
# 1 : 2 busy tones
7 0 SOS-SMB-OVERWRITE :Activation of the overwriting of existing files in a directory for
the ScanToDisk function.
# 0 : overwriting prohibited
# 1 : overwriting authorised
8 1 Reserved

5.2.31 SOFT-SWITCH 31 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 SOS-COPLOC_INFINIE : interne copy mode.
# 0 : normal local copy mode
# 1 : infinite local copy mode
2 0 SOS-SPREAD-SPECTRUM : Inverted spread spectrum
# 0 : inverted
# 1 : no inversion
3 0 SOS- TREE DIAGRAM : Define tree diagram of the MMI 51.
# 0 : Guide Printing
# 1 : Tree diagram printing.
4 1 SOS- DI_SNMP: Activation of SNMP
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated
5 0 SOS- ECO TONER :activation of eco toner mode .
# 0 : deactivated
# 1 : activated
6 0 SOS-IPRINT-CONFIG : configuration of internal printing mode, 2 bits values :
# 0 : Print W&B,
# 1 : Print tonersave
# 2 : Print color
7 1
8 0 SOS-FORMAT DD : activation of the crypted- format of the disc.
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated
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5.2.32 SOFT-SWITCH 32 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 1 SOS- TRACE-ENABLE:
# 0 : Trace disable
# 1 : Trace enable
2 1 SOS-TRACE-LEVEL:
# 0 : Maximum level trace, used for developmentr.
# 1 : Only error trace used for customer.
3 0 SOS TTL_INCREASED: SOS to increase the TTL
TTL (Time To Live): number of step between router.
# 0 : TTL = 32
# 1 : TTL = 128
4 0 SOS-USB activate/deactivated usb
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated
5 0 Enable test for manual dialling :
# 0 : Normal mode
# 1 : Test mode
6 0 SOS Zen Cube Enable:
# 0 : Disable (functionning according to the User guide)
# 1 : Enable (permanent activation)
7 1 Intensity (A) limitation of line interface Values: # 0 : deactivated or # 1 :Activated
8 1 Automatic calibration launched , the calibration of the device starts automaticaly.
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated

5.2.33 SOFT-SWITCH 33 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Reserved
2 0
3 0 SOS BRID-KITPC: Kit pc only on usb (Certification Microsoft WHQL).
# 0 : No retricted KIP PC
# 1 : Kit PC restricted to usb
4 1 AFABCTRL
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated
5 0 Black page detection on local copy
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated
6 0 Reserved
7 0 Default main fuction, FAX or COPY, keyboard digits links to FAX or COPY mode :
# 0 : FAX
# 1 : COPY
8 0 Reserved
IG 3000361032 - 01 - 34 -

5.2.34 SOFT-SWITCH 34 : HDD STORAGE


Bit Value Value Designation
HFx PM
1 1 1 Stockage JPEG scanToMail/scanToSonar on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
2 1 1 Stockage JPEG scanToKey on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
3 1 1 Stockage JPEG scanToFile on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
4 1 1 Stockage MMR scanToFax on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
5 1 0 Stockage MMR scanToMail/ScanToSonar on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
6 1 0 Stockage MMR scanToKey on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
7 1 0 Stockage MMR scanToFile on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
8 1 0 Stockage MAIL reception on HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD

5.2.35 SOFT-SWITCH 35 : FAX SOUND VALIDATION


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Bip sound at the end of a FAX communication in case of SUCCESS
# 0 : Activated
# 1 : Deactivated
2 0 Bip sound at the end of a FAX communication in case of ERROR
# 0 : Activated
# 1 : Deactivated
3 0 Cli displays the performance buffer (for developers)
# 0 : No performance buffer
# 1 : Performance buffer displayed
4 0 Cli displays the trace buffer (for developers)
# 0 : No trace buffer displayed
# 1 : Trace buffer displayed
5 0 RING_THRESHOLD
# 0 : Default level detection
# 1 : Special level detection (Example: For converter analog to IP voice : Mediatrix 4108
Codec)
6 0 Value of Text&Image resolution for SCAN TO functions
# 0 : Text&Image resolution is set at 150*150 for SCAN TO functions
# 1 : Text&Image resolution is set at 200*200 for SCAN TO functions
7 0 SAVE_T30_HDD (Saving traces comm in case of failure)
# 0 : No saving
# 1 : Saving traces in HDD
8 0 SAVE_TX_DOC_HDD (Saving transmited fax pages)
# 0 : No saving
# 1 : Saving transmited fax pages in HDD
- 35 - IG 3000361032 - 01

5.2.36 SOFT-SWITCH 36 : MISCELLANEOUS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 RING_DETECT_LOW_FREQ (Ring detection)
# 0 : Minimal Frequency for ring detection ( default case)
# 1 : Minimal Frequency for square ring TAKACOM (bug 11308)
2 0 SOS_STX_STOCK_MAILPDFBW_IN_MH (Saving transmited PDF B&W mails as MH
or MMR)
# 0 : Saving as MMR
# 1 : Saving as MH
3 1 Convert MMR to MH during PDF encapsulation .
# 0 : No conversion
# 1 : Conversion
4 0 Format to save scanned files (before encapsulation) in ALL case : mail/ftp/smb/key.
# 0 : PDF saved on MH format
# 1 : PDF saved on MMR format
5 0 SMTP/MIME (mail): encodage base 64
# 0 : 996 bytes per line (high performance)
# 1 : 76 byte per line (rfc2045)
6 0 SOS_SCANNER_PREHEAT_OPT_DISABLE :
# 0 : optimized scanner Preheat
# 1 : Always 35s for scanner preheat
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved

5.2.37 SOFT-SWITCH 37 : -SCAN PMLAN - FAX RECEIVER


Bit Value Value Designation
HFx PM
1 0 0 Save JPEG scanPMLAN on Flash or HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
2 0 0 Save MMR scanPMLAN on Flash or HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
3 1 0 Received fax pages stored in Flash or HDD
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
4 0 0 Scan CCD standby mode : CCD (scanner light ) attached to machine standby.
# 0 : On FLASH
# 1 : On HDD
5 1 1 ScanTo boost to 43 PPM
# 0 : Deactivated
# 1 : Activated.
6 0 0 Reserved
7 0 0 Reserved
8 0 0 Reserved
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5.2.38 SOFT-SWITCH 38 : SPECIAL PRINT PC FEATURE


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Formfeed treatment : (For software >=1.4.81E)
2 0 Values :
# 00 : Not Ignored (same behaviour as HP)
# 01 : FF ignored after escape-E
# 10 : TBD
# 11 : FF ignored on blank page (same behaviour as Kyocera)
3 0 Convert MMR to MH during PDF encapsulation .
# 0 : No conversion
# 1 : Conversion
4 0 Reserved
5 0 Reserved
6 0 Reserved
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved

5.2.39 SOFT-SWITCH 39 : MODEM LINE INTERFACE SETTINGS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Slope of U(I) curve
2 0 Values :
3 0 # 000 : 42 ohms
# 001 : 50 ohms
# 010 : 58 ohms
# 011 : 75 ohms
# 101 : 83 ohms
# 110 : 92 ohms
# 111 : 150 ohms for TBR21 current limit mode
4 0 Reserved
5 0 Reserved
6 0 Reserved
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved

5.2.40 SOFT-SWITCH 40 : MODEM LINE INTERFACE SETTINGS


Bit Value Designation
1 0 Overcurrent protection limit threshold
2 0 Values :
# 00 : 0xBA
# 01 : 0xB2
# 10 : 0xD0
# 11 : TBD
3 0 Convert MMR to MH during PDF encapsulation .
# 0 : No conversion
# 1 : Conversion
4 0 Reserved
5 0 Reserved
6 0 Reserved
7 0 Reserved
8 0 Reserved
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5.3 SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD


Two methods can be used to update the software
• by USB link
• by local network
There are 3 files to download:
• the boot software,
• the main software,
• the JFFS file.
The files must be uploaded in the sequence order define in the BIT (Bulletin Information Technique) for
the software. If the sequence order is not defined in the BIT, the files must be uploaded in this order:
boot software, main software, and JFFS.
Caution - Upload JFFS file will erase all parameters.
JFFS file must be uploaded only if a new version is diffused. It is necessary to save
parameters before to download JFFS file.

5.3.1 DOWNLOAD VIA PC LINK


This procedure requires a basic PC running under Windows with the TELUSB2.exe executable and a
USB cable.
• Put the machine in an inactive state; disconnect the phone plug so as not to receive any incoming
calls. Make sure that all documents in the printer memory have been printed. Disconnect the
LAN cable.
• Connect a PC using the USB cable. Switch On the machine to PC download mode (keys
simultaneously 4, 8, 6). When the machine is On, TELUSB2 must detect the PC download
mode. If not, retry this step. If OK, launch the executable and select the binary file to be
downloaded.
• After a few seconds, a window opens stating that the download was successful. The machine
should not reboot immediately. If this occurs, either the file is corrupted (wrong checksum) or
the software is not compatible with the fax machine. Then the machine reboots with the
software that was already installed. Check the file and restart the downloading.
• After download, the machine switches itself off, and then switches on again. The PLEASE
WAIT message is displayed.
• When the main menu is displayed on the screen of the machine, check the software version and
the miniboot version by typing MENU, Others Commands, Status.
• Reconnect the phone and LAN plugs.
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5.3.2 DOWNLOAD VIA LOCAL NETWORK


This procedure requires an Ethernet cable and a PC equipped with a LAN card and a web browser (i.e
Microsoft Internet Explorer release 6 or above, Mozilla Firefox (2.x or 3.x release or above ).
• Link the Multifunction (MFP) to the local network.
• Configure the Internet address of the MFP:
- Press following sequence from the main screen: SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION >
LOCAL NETWORK.
- Depending on the network configuration (i.e. with DHCP or not), press on ADR.
ALLOCATION button and set the appropriate configuration wanted.
- Automatic, if your network owns an domain name server (DHCP)
- Manual if it doesn't.
- Press on OK button to select your choice.
- If your network doesn't owns DHCP, you have to set the Internet address by yourself. This
address take form as abc.cde.fgh.ijk (where a, b, c, d, e, f, j, h, i, j, and k are numbers from 0
to 9)
- If you have choosen Automatic option you have to wait for seconds an adress from the
DHCP.
• Once is done,on the PC, start your web browser. On the address field, fill it with the address of
the machine. Press on Enter key of your keyboard. The main web page appears. Click on OK
button. Click on Services tab. The firmware web page appears.
• To upload new firmware click on Browse button. A file browser appears. It allows you to find a
firmware binary file on you PC.
• Select the new firmware file, click on Open button (or double click on it) , the field Firmware
is filled with the path to the firmware file on your PC.
• Press on Upload button and the operation of firmware upgrade starts. You should have a waiting
message on the upload web page. If a problem occurs, it will be displayed on the upload web
page. It means either the file is corrupted or the software is not compatible with the machine. Try
to restart the procedure with another file.
• After update (few minutes in some case), the machine switches itself off, then switches on again.
The PLEASE WAIT message is displayed.
• When the main menu is displayed on the screen of the machine, check the software version and
the miniboot version by typing MENU, Others Commands, Status.
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6. REMOTE READOUT (ACCORDING TO MODEL)


Caution - Before and after each intervention on a machine equipped with the Remote Readout
option, perform a manual transmission of the Remote Readout parameters to the Server
center, if the state of the machine allows it.
All MFP are equipped with the Remote Readout option (locked).
The option is unlocked by the installer or maintenance technician during the initial installation or during
the intervention following the subscription of the contract.
When intervening on these machines, it is very important to proceed with care, because the remote
readout parameters are verified by the processing center in order to detect any anomalies: , such as
moving the machine, withdrawal, unintentional modification of the parameters, attempted fraud.
At each automatic transmission, the Remote Readout parameters are transmitted in the night to the
Server center. A report of the transmission of these parameters is printed.

6.1 ENABLING THE REMOTE READOUT


To enable the remote readout:
• Select Hidden settings (MENU * 9559),
• Choise Remote reading,
• Enter the parameters of remote reading:
- Service center : Enter the service center number.
- Emission :
- Without : Remote readout is not activated
- Fax :
Remote readout is activated.
Remote reading will be sent by fax.
- File :
Remote readout is activate.
Remote reading will be sent by file (transparent mode)
- Define the parameters for remote readout.
The essential parameters that trigger a remote readout are the interval in days and the page thresholds.
Once the parameters have been entered, they can be consulted by means of the KEY SEQUENCE MENU
* 9559 and printed by means of the KEY SEQUENCE MENU * 1881 PRINT button, SETTINGS
button .

6.2 TRIGGER CRITERIA


The remote readout can be triggered by two types of criteria: day or threshold.
• The “day” criterion is based on the “interval in days” parameter entered in the remote readout
menu accessed by means of the KEY SEQUENCE MENU * 9559,"CONSUMABLES AUTOMATIC
ORDER …" BUTTON, "DAYS INTERVAL" BUTTON. This parameter represents the inter-val at
the end of which a remote readout is transmitted: If the parameter has been set to 30, a remote
readout will be transmitted every 30 days. This parameter cannot exceed 365 days. A
transmission using the day criterion allows the server center to regularly monitor its installed
base of machines and to detect any anomalies that may occur. The remote readout using the day
criterion can be disabled by entering an interval of zero.
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• The “threshold” criterion is based on the page thresholds entered in the remote readout menu
accessed by means of the KEY SEQUENCE MENU * 9559,"CONSUMABLES AUTOMATIC
ORDER …" BUTTON, "XXX THRESHOLD" BUTTONS (XXX: means one kind of consumable
(Toner, Print Unit, etc…). When a consumables counter drops below the corresponding
threshold, the remote readout is triggered. For instance, if the toner threshold is set to 4500
pages, a remote readout will be transmitted when the toner counter drops below 4500, or in other
words, when the remaining toner allows no more than 4500 pages to be printed.

6.3 DESCRIPTION OF THE TRANSMITTED DATA


6.3.1 FORMAT OF TRANSMITTED DATA IN TRANSPARENT MODE
The structure of the transmitted file is of the typee TLV (Type - Length - Value).
The transmitted data are defined below, with for each item: its identifier (TLV “type”), its
format(numerical or character string) and its origin (entered by the operator or generated by the
software).
These parameters, which are also present in the transmission report, will be described further on.
Field Type Char. / Num. Manual
entry
TVERS_TLR 0x00 char No
TNO_23MIL 0x01 char[10] Yes
TNO_SERIE 0x02 char[8] Yes
TNO_CLIENT 0x03 char[8] Yes
TNO_VERSION 0x04 char[8] No
TINDICATIF 0x05 char* Yes
TIDENTIFIANT 0x06 char* Yes
TNO_SERVEUR 0x08 char[10] Yes
TCAUSE_EMIS 0x09 uchar No
TNOMRESP 0x10 char[15] Yes
TSOCIETE 0x11 char[15] Yes
TADRESSEL1 0x12 char[30] Yes
TADRESSEL2 0x13 char[30] Yes
TADRESSEL3 0x14 char[30] Yes
TCODEPOSTAL 0x15 char[15] Yes
TVILLE 0x16 char[30] Yes
TPAYS 0x17 char[15] Yes
TLANGUE 0x18 char[15] Yes
TTELEPHONE 0x19 char[30] Yes
TDATE_EMIS 0x21 char* No
T_CPT_PAGES 0x40 long No
T_CRIT_JOURS 0x42 long Yes
T_CPT_PAGES_JOURS 0x43 long No
T_DATE_SEUIL_JOURS 0x45 char* No
T_INIT_NOIR 0x46 long No
T_CPT_ NOIR 0x47 long No
T_SEUIL_ NOIR 0x48 long Yes
T_DATE_SEUIL_ NOIR 0x49 char* No
T_DATE_CHG_ NOIR 0x4A char* No
T_INIT_OPC a 0x5A long No
T_CPT_OPC a 0x5B long No
T_SEUIL_OPC a 0x5C long Yes
T_DATE_SEUIL_OPC a 0x5D char* No
T_DATE_CHG_OPC a 0x5E char* No
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Field Type Char. / Num. Manual


entry
T_INIT_FOUR 0x69 long No
T_CPT_FOUR 0x6A long No
T_SEUIL_FOUR 0x6B long Yes
T_DATE_SEUIL_FOUR 0x6C char* No
T_DATE_CHG_FOUR 0x6D char* No
a. Fields "OPC" are used for Feeder Roller Scanner

The values of the field Cause d'émission (TCAUSE_EMIS, reason for transmission) are the following:
Interval (days) 2
Manual send 3
Toner Black 4
Drum 10
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6.3.2 REMOTE READOUT REPORT


For each transmission a remote readout report is printed. It contains all the data that have been
transmitted to the server in transparent mode. In the case of a transmission in fax mode, the fax that is
received is identical to this report.
The report uses the presentation shown below :
Remote Order

NAME: FAX NAME NUMBER: XXXXXXXXXX

General Informations
Part number XXXXXXXXXXX
Serial number XXXXXXXX
Customer count XXXXXXXXXXX
Release XXXXXXXXX
Number XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Name XXXXXXXXXXXX
Server XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Supervisor XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Company XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
First address XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Second address XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Third address XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Zip code XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Town XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Language XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Phone number XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Management Informations
Printer Status Nombre de pages: XXXXX
Days interval Days interval: XXXX Perfume Estimated pages: XXXXX Pages threshold: XXXXX
Previous remote order YY/MM/DD Number of pages Last remote order YY/MM/DD (XXXX pages)
= XXXXX
Last renewal YY/MM/DD
Black toner Estimated pages: XXXXX Pages threshold: XXXXX Service operation Estimated pages: XXXXX Pages threshold: XXXXX
Last remote order YY/MM/DD (XXXX pages) Last remote order YY/MM/DD (XXXX pages)
Last renewal YY/MM/DD Last renewal YY/MM/DD
Scanner Estimated pages: XXXXX Pages threshold: XXXXX
Last remote order YY/MM/DD (XXXX pages)
Last renewal YY/MM/DD

Emission Informations
Reason of emission XXXXXXXXXXX
Hour of emission hh:mm
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6.3.3 DESCRIPTION OF THE PARAMETERS


The different fields shown in the report are described below.
General information
• Part number (TNO_23MIL): the 23M of the module managed by the server, entered by the
installer;
• Serial number (TNO_SERIE): the identification of the terminal, entered by the installer;
• Customer count (TNO_CLIENT): the identification of the contract, entered by the installer;
• Release (TNO_VERSION): generated automatically;
• Device (TINDICATIF): the machine number, entered by the installer;
• Name (TIDENTIFIANT): the machine name, entered by the installer;
• Server (TNO_SERVEUR): the phone number of the server center or of the MFP, entered by the
installer.
• Manager (TNOMRESP): the name of the person responsible for the terminal, entered by the
installer.
• Company (TSOCIETE): the name of the company who owns the terminal, entered by the
installer.
• Adresses (TADRESSEL1, TADRESSEL2 et TADRESSEL3): postal adress of the terminal,
entered by the installer.
• Post code (TCODEPOSTAL): entered by the installer.
• Town (TVILLE): entered by the installer.
• Country (TPAYS): entered by the installer.
• Language (TLANGUE): entered by the installer.
• Phone number (TTELEPHONE): entered by the installer.
Printer status
• Number of pages (T_CPT_PAGES) : the cumulative total number of pages printed since the
installation of the machine.
Interval in days
• Days interval (T_CRIT_JOURS): the trigger interval using the day criterion (0 if the criterion is
not active), entered by the installer;
• Previous remote order… (T_DATE_SEUIL_JOURS): date of the last remote readout triggered
by the day criterion, or installation date if there has not been any previous remote readout;
• Number of pages (T_CPT_PAGES_JOURS): alue of the cumulative number of pages printed at
the date of the previous remote readout triggered by the day criterion (or 0 if there has not been
any previous remote readout).
Toner
• Estimated pages (T_INIT_NOIR) : theoretical capacity of the cartridge estimated in average
pages;
• Pages threshold (T_SEUIL_NOIR) : trigger level (expressed as the number of pages remaining
to be printed) for the transmission of a remote readout triggered by the toner threshold criterion,
entered by the installer;
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• Last remote order… (T_DATE_SEUIL_NOIR) : date of the last remote readout triggered by the
toner criterion, or installation date if there has not been any previous remote readout;
• (XXXX pages) (T_CPT_NOIR ) : value of the cumulative number of pages printed at the date of
the previous remote readout triggered by the toner criterion (or 0 if there has not been any
previous remote readout).
• Last renewal… (T_DATE_CHG_NOIR) : date of the last Black toner cartridge renewal.
Scanner
• Estimated pages (T_INIT_OPC): Estimated number of pages before the next revision;
• Pages threshold (T_SEUIL_ OPC): trigger level (expressed as the number of pages remaining to
be printed) for the transmission of a remote readout triggered by the revision threshold criterion,
entered by the installer;
• Last remote order… (T_DATE_SEUIL_ OPC): date of the last remote readout triggered by the
revision criterion, or installation date if there has not been any previous remote readout;
• (XXXX pages) (T_CPT_OPC): value of the cumulative number of pages printed at the date of
the previous remote readout triggered by the revision criterion (or 0 if there has not been any
previous remote readout).
• Last renewal… (T_DATE_CHG_ OPC): date of the last revision.
Service operation
• Estimated pages (T_INIT_FOUR): Estimated number of pages before the next revision;
• Pages threshold (T_SEUIL_ FOUR): trigger level (expressed as the number of pages remaining
to be printed) for the transmission of a remote readout triggered by the revision threshold
criterion, entered by the installer;
• Last remote order… (T_DATE_SEUIL_ FOUR): date of the last remote readout triggered by the
revision criterion, or installation date if there has not been any previous remote readout;
• (XXXX pages) (T_CPT_FOUR): value of the cumulative number of pages printed at the date of
the previous remote readout triggered by the revision criterion (or 0 if there has not been any
previous remote readout).
• Last renewal… (T_DATE_CHG_ FOUR): date of the last revision.
Emission informations
• Reason of emission (TCAUSE_EMIS): reason for the remote readout transmission;
• Hour of emission (TDATE_EMIS): date of the remote readout transmission;

6.4 REMINDERS
• Every MFP is equipped with a copy counter, implemented in EEPROM memory on the CPU
board. This counter is used in particular by the Remote Readout function. It can be consulted by
the user (see § of the Installation Guide). This counter cannot be modified. It is stored
indefenitely.
• Before any corrective intervention on the machine that risks modifying the installation
parameters or the value of the counter (replacement of the CPU board or installation of new
software), a manual Remote Readout transmission should be performed, if the state of the
machine allows it. If this transmission is not possible for any reason, print out the Remote
Readout parameters or display the copy counter and note these values on the intervention report.
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7. SAVING DATA BY NETWORK


The machine allows to save/export parameters and addressbook from/to the PC.
Operations are available from machine’s webSite. This mean allows tranfert from previous machine
address book to the new one.
Parameters Inport/export (file format: XML)
Operations are available on the Settings tab of the website.
On the left menu, clic on Pc transfert item to access to the import/export parameters page. Once item
selected, user can choose to download (i.e. import) parameters from a PC, or choose to upload (i.e.
export) parameters to a PC.
• Download operation requiered than user choose a parameters file on the PC, once he has clic
on the Browse button. Once parameters file choosen, the import operation is launch by press
Donwload button.
• Upload operation is done in two parts the first one is launch after user clic on Upload button
within the web page. Once operation done an xml file is create (Para.xml) . A link to this file is
displayed on the web page. User cans left clik on his mouse and choose Save target to item to
save file.

Adress book Import/export via Web site(file format: binary)


This operations are available on the Directory tab of the website.
On the left menu clic on Pc transfert item to access to the import/export parameters page. Once item
clicked, user can choose to download (i.e. import) address book from a PC, or choose to upload (i.e.
export) address book to a PC.
• Download operation requiered than user choose a address book’s file on the PC, once he has
clic on the Browse button. Once address book’s file choosen, the omport operation is launch by
press Donwload button.
• Upload operation is done in two parts the first one is launch after user clic on Upload button
within the web page. Once operation done an .bin file is create (datBook.bin) . A link to this file
is displayed on the web page. User cans left clik on his mouse and choose Save target to item to
save file.

Adress book Import/export via smart card


To import address book from previous machine user has just to insert card into the card reader and
follow instructions from screen. MFP accecpt multi part adress book contained into more than one card.
Category of parameters saved on a directory card
• General Parameters
• Scan/print Parameters
• Fax Communication Parameters
• Internet/LAN Communication Parameters
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8. PACKING AND TRANSPORT OF THE MACHINE


When you need to transport the machine, always the original packing material. If you do not pack the
machine correctly, you risk invalidating the warranty.
• Set the mains switch of the machine to OFF (position 0).
• Disconnect the mains lead from the wall socket, then disconnect all cables connected to the
machine.
• Close the paper stop of the scanner ouput tray.
• Pack the terminal in its original plastic bag and packing box.
• Make sure that you properly close the boxes with adhesive tape.
• Place all the documentation (printed documents and CD-ROM (depending on model)) and all
leads into the box.
• Make sure that you properly close the boxes with adhesive tape.
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MAINTENANCE GUIDE

CONTENTS

1 SCANNER AND COMMUNICATION 3


1.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 3
1.1.1 Paper transport rollers 3
1.1.2 Paper separator module 3
1.1.3 CCD and Flatbed windows 4
1.1.4 Control panel keys, LCD panel and covers 4
1.2 MAINTENANCE 4
1.2.1 Periodical maintenance 4
1.2.2 Maintenance in workshop 4
1.3 SCANNING AND COMMUNICATION ERROR CODES 4
1.3.1 General codes 4
1.3.2 Internet codes 5
1.3.3 Network codes 6
1.3.4 IP voice communication 6
1.4 CHECKS - SUPPLY VOLTAGES 6
1.5 ADMINISTRATOR FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS 7
1.5.1 Administrator functions 7
1.5.2 Administrator settings 8
1.6 CPU BOARD REPLACEMENT 9
1.6.1 Procedure 9
1.6.2 Cabling specification 9
1.7 HARD DISK ENCRYPTION 10
1.8 HARD DISK FORMATTING 10
1.9 DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE INTO THE FRONT PANEL BOARD (PIC) 11
1.9.1 Material 11
1.9.2 Installation 11
1.9.3 MPLAG configuration 12
1.9.4 Binary import 13
1.9.5 Pic programmation 13
1.10 REPLACING THE SCANNER 13
1.11 SCAN ORIGIN POSITION ADJUSTMENT 14
1.11.1Makalu_210 software presentation 14
1.11.2Makalu_210 software set up 14
1.11.3Makalu_210 software configuration with INI file 15
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1.11.4Procedure to use the makalu_210 software 15


2 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION 20
2.1 LIST OF TOOLS 20
2.2 LIST OF WORKSHEETS 20
2.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE WORKSHEETS 21
3 HFFV2 CABLING SPECIFICATION 74
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1. SCANNER AND COMMUNICATION

1.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


To maintain the terminal in good working order, it is recommended to periodically perform the
following operations:
• Cleaning the paper transport rollers (document feeder, idler rollers).
• Cleaning the paper separator.
• Cleaning the CCD and flatbed windows.
• Cleaning the control panel keys and the machine covers.
• Printer maintenance.
• To clean the printer, use a soft cloth. Never use abrasives or detergents.

1.1.1 PAPER TRANSPORT ROLLERS


Paper transport rollers
Paper separator
module

• Set the on/off switch to “O” (off).


• Open the ADF cover.
Clean the rollers and blades and the two blade guides on the mobile plate with a lint-free cloth soaked
with isopropyl alcohol.
To clean them, turn them in the same direction as the paper scrolls.
Recommended interval: 2 to 6 months, depending on utilization.

1.1.2 PAPER SEPARATOR MODULE


See the illustration in § 1.1.1
• Set the on/off switch to “O” (off).
• Open the ADF cover.
• Wipe the elements of the paper separator module with a lint-free cloth soaked with isopropyl
alcohol.
Recommended interval: 2 to 6 months, depending on utilization.
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1.1.3 CCD AND FLATBED WINDOWS


• Set the on/off switch to “O” (off).
• Open the flatbed scanner cover.
• Wipe the scanner windows with a lint-free cloth moistened with isopropyl alcohol, or with
antistatic paper tissues as used for cleaning optical glass.
Recommended interval: to be defined depending on utilization. After cleaning, is advised to make a
local copy to check the cleanliness of the window.

1.1.4 CONTROL PANEL KEYS, LCD PANEL AND COVERS

1.1.4.1 Cleaning the control panel keys and LCD panel


• Set the on/off switch to “O” (off).
• Clean the top of the control panel, the LCD panel and the keys with a lint-free cloth moistened
with isopropyl alcohol or by means of a spray-on cleaning product. Let the product act for a
few moments before wiping it off.
Recommended interval: to be defined depending on utilization.

1.1.4.2 Cleaning the covers


It is advisable to clean all covers during a maintenance visit.

1.2 MAINTENANCE
1.2.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
It is recommended to periodically perform the change of the following parts:
Part Module Periodical maintenance Part number
Feeder roller module Scanner 50 000 pages 253032840
Feeder shoe assy Scanner 50 000 pages 253032796
Fuser assy (220V model) Printer 200 000 pages 186139224
Fuser assy (110V model) Printer 200 000 pages 186139211
Kit Roll assy Printer 200 000 pages 186138777
BTR assy Printer 200 000 pages 186139232

1.2.2 MAINTENANCE IN WORKSHOP


• Material must be packed correctly in the original packing.
• The carton box must be fixed on the palett (torx n°20)

1.3 SCANNING AND COMMUNICATION ERROR CODES


The communication error codes appear in the logs and in the transmission reports.
Following error codes are decimal.

1.3.1 GENERAL CODES


Code 01 - Engaged or no fax tone
This code appears after 6 failed attempts (Busy or no fax answer). You will have to restart the
transmission at a later time.
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Code 02 - Burnt number


This code appears when all faxs sending trials have failed for this number (available only if SOS9 bit 6
is set to 1).
Code 03 - Stopped by operator
Communication stopped by the operator by pressing the key .
Code 04 - Programmed number invalid
Invalid single-key or quick-dial number: check the number (for example: a delayed transmission has
been programmed with a single key and the number corresponding to this key has been deleted).
Code 07 - Disconnect
The communication has been cut (bad connection). Check the call number.
Code 08 - Quality
The document that you have transmitted has not been received correctly. Contact your correspondent to
check whether it is necessary to retransmit the document: the interference may have occurred in an
unimportant area of the document.
Code 12 - Received document faulty
Ask the correspondent who calls you to check the length of his document (it is too long to be received in
its entirety).
Code 13 - Document transmission fault
Ask the correspondent who calls you to retransmit his document.
Code 15 - Incompatible coding
Recipient machine does not match with the send document’s encoding
Code 19 - Memory full
Your fax can no longer receive incoming documents because the memory is full: there are too many
documents that have been received but not yet printed, or there are too many documents waiting to be
transmitted.
Print the received documents, and delete or transmit in immediate mode the documents waiting to be
transmitted.
Code 20 - Print queue full
The print queue is full.
Code 25 - Stopped by correspondent
Communication stopped by your correspondent (for example, a fax attempts to recover a document
from your fax, while there is no document waiting for this correspondent).
Code 26 - Disconnect
Transmission has not started: the phone line is too noisy.
Code 27 - Document transmission fault
In the case of a transmission: restart the transmission.
In the case of a transmission: ask your correspondent to retransmit his document.

1.3.2 INTERNET CODES


Codes 64 - No reply from provider
The modem cannot connect to the service provider. If this is a systematic error, verify the phone
number of the service provider and (if applicable) the dialing prefix associated with the machine.
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Code 67 - Connection to SMTP server provider impossible


Impossible to connect to the SMTP server to send mail: the service is temporarily not available. If this is
a systematic error, verify the Internet e-mail and server settings.
Code 68 - Connection to POP3 server impossible
Impossible to connect to the POP3 server to receive mail: the service is temporarily not available. If this
is a systematic error, verify the Internet e-mail and server settings.
Code 69 - Provider disconnection
The service has become temporarily unavailable: try to connect again later.
Code 70 - SMTP server disconnection
Disconnection of the SMTP server to send mail, or mailbox full. The service has become temporarily
unavailable: try to connect again later.
Code 71 - POP3 server disconnection
Disconnection of the POP3 server to receive mail. The service has become temporarily unavailable: try
to connect again later.
Code 72 - Internet disconnection
The service has become temporarily unavailable: try to connect again later.

1.3.3 NETWORK CODES


Code 80 - Server Error - Impossible to write the file
The file could not be archived, either because the directory was write protected or because a file with
the same name already exists in the directory.
Code 81 - Incorrect authentication
The "ID" and/or "password" parameters are wrong.
Code 82 - Authenticatin dialect or method not supported
Check that the authentication proposed by the Server is actually NTLM.
Code 83 - Invalid password or directory cannot be found

1.3.4 IP VOICE COMMUNICATION


Communication speed must be 14400 bits/s or less in case of IP voice communication.

1.4 CHECKS - SUPPLY VOLTAGES


Supply voltages: connections between the power supply board and the CPU board
• P7102 : Power supply connector
Pin No. Values Function
1 Ground Mass
2 +24 V + 24 V power supply
• P7103 : Power supply connector
Pin No. Values Function
1 Ground Mass
2 +3V3 + 3V3 power supply
3 Ground Mass
4 +5V + 5V power supply
5 - Not used
Remark(s): - The mains input of the supply is protected by a fuse.
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1.5 ADMINISTRATOR FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS


1.5.1 ADMINISTRATOR FUNCTIONS
Administrator functions are accessible by MENU * 1881 : Hidden Fonctions
• RESTART : Reboot the machine.
• STANDBY: Change the running state of the machine into sleeping mode.
• FORMAT DISK: Allow to format the HDD,
Remark (s) : A message of confirmation will be request before the formatting
• PRINT: Gives access to the menu specializes to print reports
- SETTINGS: Print the values of SOS, SSH SERVER, FTP SERVER, REMOTE READING
- COUNTERS: Print information for the service ( counters and configuration).
- LIST OF MODULES: Print the version of system , boot loader , nucleus applications , linux
applications and file systems.
- TRACES: Print the traces of communications.
- ALL: Print all data above.
• RESET: Gives access to the menu specializes to reset parameters values.
Caution : There is no message to confirm the reset; in case of reset, information will be lost.
- SETTINGS: Erase the parameters ( values by default).
- ADDRESS BOOK: Erase the address book.
- USER RIGHTS: Erase the users rights.
- LOG: Erase the logs.
- COUNTERS :
- ACTIVITIES: Resets activity counter values.
- ERRORS : Resets errors list.
- CONSUMABLES : Set to 0 (zero) all consumable values.
Caution : A new smart card will be necessary to initialise consumables.
- ALL : Reset all functions above.
- DOCUMENT: Gives access to the menu specializes to erase documents.
- FAX : Erase all fax store into the machine.
- MAIL: Erase all mail store into the machine.
- PRINT: Erase all documents to be printed.
- ALL: Erase all documents above.
- ALL : Erase settings, address book, user rights, log, counters and documents.
Caution : a new smart card will be necessary to initialise consumables and it will be
necessary to configure again the machine.
• SOFTWARE : Gives access to the menu specializes to allow ways of upgrading firmware.
- ACCEPT EMAIL : set or reset the capability to upgrade firmware by mail.
- ACCEPT WEB : set or reset the capability to upgrade firmware by the website.
- ACCEPT KEY : set or reset the capability to upgrade firmware by usb key.
• PURGE : Gives access to the menu specializes to erase fax and stop pending communications.
- FAXES RECEIVED : Erase all fax received.
- CANCEL 1ST FAX : Erase the first fax to be sent.
- CANCEL ALL COMM. : Stop all active comunication.
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1.5.2 ADMINISTRATOR SETTINGS


Administrator setting are accessible by MENU * 9559 : Hidden Settings
• FILE SYSTEM = EXT3 (cannot be changed)
• ENCRYPTED DISK = YES (cannot be changed)
• NUM REEMISSION = Allow to sent documents to an other fax machine in case of defective
printer.
• SOS (see description in the chapter "List of the different configurations" of Installation Guide)
• SSH SERVER = ACTIVATION (YES , NO)
• FTP SERVER = ACTIVATION (YES , NO)
• REMOTE READING (See description in the chapter "remote readout"of Installation Guide)
List of remote reading parameters which are adjustable;
- INTERVAL IN DAYS : [365] day threshold
- BLACK TONER LIM : [0-20000] black toner threshold
- FUSER LIM : [0-500000] fuser threshold
- SCANN- PAD LIM : [0-100000] feeder roller scanner threshold
- DEVICE NUMBER : Part number of the machine
- SERIAL NUMBER: Serial number of the machine
- CUSTOMER NUMBER : Customer account
- SERVICE NUMBER : server number
- MANAGER : manager
- COMPANY : company
- ADDRESS LINE 1 : address
- ADDRESS LINE 2 : address
- ADDRESS LINE 3 : address
- TOWN : town
- POST CODE : post code
- COUNTRY : country
- LANGUAGE : language
- TELEPHONE : telephone
- EMISSION :
- WITHOUT : without remote reading
- FILE : sent a binary file
- FAX : send a fax
• TEFM (Error Rate Front Panel / Main Board) : Error rate for 10000 frames (error on the
link PIC/ARM)
• PIC Version : Hardware version of the Front panel and software version of the PIC
Description (in binary) : 0000 0001 hh yy yyyy
hh : Hardware version of frontpanel
yy yyyy : Software version of the PIC
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1.6 CPU BOARD REPLACEMENT


1.6.1 PROCEDURE
Carry out the following procedure:
• Carry out a remote readout (if the function is enabled), see chapter 6, in the Installation guide.
• Back up the directory and the parameters via Web site, see chapter 7, in the Installation guide.
• Replace the CPU board and transfer the EEPROM memory of the old CPU board to the new
board (topo mark P1100).
• Restore the directory and parameters via Web site.
• Carry out a remote readout (if the function is enabled).
• Format the HDD as described in the procedure, see chapter 1.10.
Caution - It is vital that the EEPROM memory "follows" the printer, as this memory contains:
- the consumable counters,
- the printer page counters,
- the remote readout counters,
- the network options (FSI).
Caution - It is necessary to format the hard disk in case of replacement of the CPU board.

1.6.2 CABLING SPECIFICATION


Follow the cabling specification (see chapter 3) which describes the installation of the wires.
Caution - P5120 and P3270 are similar connectors; in case of disconnection of wires (for
example if CPU board replacement) , be sure that cable with red clip is connected on
P3270. In case of inversion, sensor of scanner ADF could be damaged.
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1.7 HARD DISK ENCRYPTION


HDD encryption is not available when the MFP is delivered from manufacturing line.
If this feature is requested by the customer at installation, HDD Encryption has to be set before HDD
formatting:
If SOS 31 bit8 = 1 : encryption will be activated
If SOS 31 bit8 = 0 : encryption will be not activated
Please note that SOS 31 bit8 position has not effect when function is called through manufacturing
commands.
To have the HDD encrypted:
• Set SOS 31 bit8 to 1,
• MENU * 1 8 8 1
• Select the menu Format Disk.
• Select YES to confirm the formatting,
This operation could take approximately 20 minutes (depending on HDD size).
When it’s done, check the encryption has been done correctly:
• MENU * 9559
• Check File system = ext3,
• Check Encryption = Yes.
Warning: HDD encryption will erase data on the hard disk.

1.8 HARD DISK FORMATTING


HDD formatting must be applied after CPU board replacement or notification.
The hard disk is a hard disk of 2,5 inches, with SATA interface.
To format the HDD:
• MENU * 1 8 8 1 ,
• Select the menu Format Disk,
• Select YES to confirm the formatting,
This operation could take approximately 20 minutes (depending on HDD size).
Warning: HDD formatting will erase data on the hard disk.
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1.9 DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE INTO THE FRONT PANEL BOARD (PIC)


Aim of this chapter is to describe how to download software into PIC16F946 (Z1).
It must be done only if new version is diffused.
This component allows to manages touch panel, key matrix and leds of Front panel board and keypad
board.

1.9.1 MATERIAL
Material required is :
• 1 x MPLAB ICD 2 module (In-circuit debugger - Microchip tool),
• 1 x USB device cable,
• 1 x cable RJ11 P3 on the front panel board,
• 1 x MPLAB USB Driver.

1.9.2 INSTALLATION
• Install USB driver / MPLAB Application through CD-ROM.
• Connect ICD2 module to the PC through USB cable.
• Connect ICD2 module to P3 connector on the front panel board (RJ11 cable).
• Power on the front panel through UC (front panel cable).
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RJ11 cable definition:


This cable allows connecting the ICD2 module to the P3 connector.
The table below allows an adaptation cord manufacturing..

This cable connect the ICD2 module to P3 connector.


MPLAB ICD2 side Front Panel side (Run4 / Run5)
Pin Signal Pin (P3 Connector) Test Point
1 No connect
2 ICDCK 5 PT304
3 ICDAT 4 PT24
4 GND 3 PT199
5 VCC 2 PT382
6 MCLRL 1 PT65

1.9.3 MPLAG CONFIGURATION


Open executable file :
• Click Configure → Select Device ...
• Choose the PIC16F946
• Click Programmer → Select Programmer ...
• Choose MPLAB ICD2
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1.9.4 BINARY IMPORT


Under MPLAB, import the file *.cof
File → Import

1.9.5 PIC PROGRAMMATION


This step allows loading a FW into
• Click Programmer → Program
• Wait the end of the sequence
• Click Programmer → Release from Reset
• Choose MPLAB ICD2
• Close the debugger

1.10 REPLACING THE SCANNER


Carry out the following procedure:
• Carry out a remote readout (if the function is enabled), see chapter 6, in the Installation guide.
• Back up the directory and the parameters via Web site, see chapter 7, in the Installation guide.
• Replace the scanner.
• Restore the directory and parameters via Web site.
• Carry out a remote readout (if the function is enabled).
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1.11 SCAN ORIGIN POSITION ADJUSTMENT


1.11.1 MAKALU_210 SOFTWARE PRESENTATION
This section explains how to set X and Y scanner threshold.
It could be necessary in case of black line observed on the border of copies or scan.
For this point, you need to use the Makalu_210 software.
The Makalu_210 Software is available in the data base GITIS reference 253276504 (MAKALU 210:
SERVICE SOFTWARE)
This software is developing with VB6.
The help file conform to Microsoft standards, is integrated in the package. This help can be called with
key F1 and by "Menu – Helps - ?” It does not manage the context help.

1.11.2 MAKALU_210 SOFTWARE SET UP


The software is provided as compressed file RAR type.
Step 1: Unrar the file in the directory of your choice
• "MAKALU_210_Vx_setup.exe",
• "HFXv2_Scan_OEMGeneric_20081212_422.zip" and
• "SCT_U31_MAKALU_SP_627 Makalu HFC and HFF V2 printer and scanner drivers
installation.doc"
Step 2: Install the Scanner driver type WIA-TWAIN Network. A version of these drivers is provided
with the package (HFXv2_Scan_OEMGeneric_20081212_422.zip) with installation documents
(SCT_U31_MAKALU_SP_627 Makalu HFC and HFF V2 printer and scanner drivers installation.doc)
You can also install the drivers provided in CD" Companion ". In this case refer to the installation files
and documents of CD.
Step 3: To launch the file «MAKALU_210_Vx_setup.exe”. The installation starts automatically. Select
your language used during installation when the question is asked to you. If you want a short cut on the
desk select this option. Answer "yes" the question about the installation of the "Routines Visual
BASIC".
At the end of the installation the software is launched automatically.
Step 4: After the launching of MAKALU 210, select the scanner to be used (Menu Configuration -
Scanner)
Step 5: Do not forget to configure address IP of the scanner before carrying out scans (Menu
Configuration - Scanner IP if the drivers use "HFÒEMAN.EXE "), or refer to the documentation of the
driver if you don’t use driver provided in the package.
Notice 1: The installation requires the rights level "administrator" on the PC. If you don’t have, contact
your administrator to obtain these rights
Notice 2: The software is compatible VISTA. On the other hand according to your configuration of
Vista, the installation and the use of the software can ask for different level of rights.
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1.11.3 MAKALU_210 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION WITH INI FILE


The program uses a file INI named "TestSAV.ini". Structure of this file respect Windows standard.
In the event of error or corruption of this file it is enough to remove it. At next start the software will
recreate it with the original configuration.
This file can be modified with "Notepad" and allow specific configurations:
• Item [defaultscanner]
This section memorizes the scanner used by defect: not modify it manually (write is made
automatically during the selection of the scanner in the software).
• Item [Test]
This section allows activating or disabling tests:
A value "True" makes the test active (and visible in select box)
A value "False" makes the test disable (and not visible in the select box)
Caution - The words True and False are sensitive to upper/lower case
• Item [ Lang ]
This section defines the language used at start up: not to modify it manually (write is made
automatically at selection of the language in the software.
• Item [ English ]
This section defines all the strings posted in English. Not to be modified.
• Item [ French ]
This section defines all the strings posted in French. Not to be modified.
• Item [ Other ]
This section makes it possible to translate the software into any language: It is enough to write
the translation of the strings behind "=".
The choice of the third language will display these translations in place of French or English

1.11.4 PROCEDURE TO USE THE MAKALU_210 SOFTWARE


Step 1 : Start Makalu_210
At start up the following window opens.

Remark(s): The configuration menu allow to choose the language and the scanner
The Help menu give access to Help file
• Click on Configuration, then on Scanner
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A window with the installed driver opens

• Select the scanner to configure in the list of available scanners


• Click on Select
The additional window closes
• Click on Enter Test Mode
If the HFFV2 is connected by USB link and if it is ready, the following screen appears : Green color and
"Test Entry Pass"

• Select the test 5400 Write XY initial position to calibrate the scanner position.
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The following window opens.

The column Read Initial Value contains the current values of the scanner.
X is the horizontal adjustment (length 297mm)
Y is the vertical adjustment (width 210mm)
Step 2 : If necessary you can change the Flat Bed scan setting
• Click on Flad Bed Scan

• Install a Test chart type 1(253086400) on the flad bed of the scanner.
• Confirm with OK.
The following windows Data transfer opens.
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At the end of the transfert, this window appears.

The software provides values in the 2nd column


• Click on Calculate for lines X FB and Y FB.
• If the new values agree, click Write to validate the proposed settings.
After writing, the new values are sent to the scanner and the new values appears in the first column.
Step 3 : If necessary you can change the ADF scan setting
• Click on ADF Scan.

• Install a Test chart type 1(253086400) on the ADF of the scanner.


• Confirm with OK.
The following windows Data transfer opens.
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At the end of the transfert, this window appears:

The software provides values in the 2nd column.


• Click on Calculate for lines X ADF and Y ADF.
• If the new values agree, click Write to validate the proposed settings.
After writing, the new values are sent to the scanner and the new values appears in the first column.

• When settings are finished, click on Exit Initial Set Up.


• Click on Exit to exit the software.
• Check the new settings.
Remark(s): the screenshot can change slightly, because they depends on the Makalu_210 software
version.
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2. DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION
Remark(s): Before any disassembly or assembly operations, the machine must be switched off and
all leads on the back of the MFP must be disconnected (phone line, LAN and mains
leads). Remove the document trays and the paper feed tray.

2.1 LIST OF TOOLS


• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx7)
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx10)
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx20)
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx25)
• Flat screwdriver (medium size)
• Crosshead screwdriver

2.2 LIST OF WORKSHEETS


• D1= Tray
• D2= Left front cover
• D3= Right front cover with keypad
• D4= Keypad assembly
• D5= Front panel assembly
• D6= USB front
• D7= PCB front panel
• D8= LCD screen
• D9= ADF scanner
• D10= Feeder roller module, back door, ADF and scanner covers
• D11= Input scanner, input paper assy and feeder shoe assy
• D12= ADF module unit, White frame plate, ADF feeder cover and ADF motor
• D13= Flatbed scanner
• D14= Flap scanner equipped, scanner upper assy, tension motor, CCD equipped with belt
• D15= PCB smart card
• D16= Accessibility to the electronic part
• D17= Second line modem
• D18= Power supply board
• D19= Hard disk
• D20= CPU board
• D21= Loudspeaker
• D22= LVPS
• D23= Front cover
• D24= Scanner tray
• D25= Interface
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2.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE WORKSHEETS


Trays
(Worksheet D1)

Feeder roller module,


Left front cover Right front cover ADF scanner back door, ADF Accessibility to the
electronic part Front cover
(Worksheet D2) and keypad (Worksheet D9) and scanner covers
(Worksheet D16) (Worksheet D23)
(Worksheet D3) (Worksheet D10)

Input scanner,
input paper assy Second line modem Power supply board LVPS
Keypad assembly
and feeder shoe assy (Worksheet D17) (Worksheet D18) (Worksheet D22)
(Worksheet D4)
(Worksheet D11)

ADF module unit, White


Front panel frame plate, ADF feeder
assembly cover and ADF motor
(Worksheet D5) (Worksheet D12)

Flap scanner equipped,


Flatbed scanner scanner upper assy, Hard disk
USB front Front panel PCB Smartcard PCB tension motor, CCD
(Worksheet D6) (Worksheet D15) (Worksheet D13) equipped with belt (Worksheet D19)
(Worksheet D7)
(Worksheet D14)

LCD screen Loudspeaker CPU board


(Worksheet D8) (Worksheet D21) (Worksheet D20)

Scanner tray
(Worksheet D24)

Interface
(Worksheet D25)
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D1
OBJECT:TRAY

Tools
• None
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Open the flatbed scanner cover.
• Unstick the white panel located inside the flatbed scanner cover.

• Clean the flap before to stick the new white panel.


• Pull the tray outward lifting the back of the tray (A) to pass the stop.

Assembly
• Insert the tray in its housing.
• Stick the new white panel.
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D2
OBJECT:LEFT FRONT COVER

Tools
• None
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Push from the bottom to the top at the bottom of the Left front cover in order to unclip it.

• Slide the Left front cover.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D3
OBJECT:RIGHT FRONT COVER WITH KEYPAD

Tools
• None
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Push from the bottom to the top at the bottom of the Right front cover in order to unclip it.

• Slide the Right front cover.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D4
OBJECT:KEYPAD ASSEMBLY

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°7
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D3
Disassembly
• Unscrew the 8 screws.

• Rotate a little the Keypad assembly.


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D4
OBJECT:KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)

• Unconnect the cable (do not pull on wires)

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D5
OBJECT:FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
• Screwdriver torx N°20
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D2 to D4
Disassembly
• Unscrew the screw ( Torx N°10) for the ground plate (picture).

• Uscrew the 8 screws (Torx N°10) of the front panel.


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D5
OBJECT:FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)

• Uscrew the 3 front screws (Torx N°20) of the scanner.

• Unclip the bottom of the front panel assembly (pull at the bottom of the noze).

• Pull (fron the bottom to the top) on the front scanner to unclip the front panel.
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D5
OBJECT:FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)

• Rotate a little the front panel assembly and disconnect the 2 cables (USB and front panel cables
).

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D6
OBJECT:USB FRONT

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°7
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D5
Disassembly
• Unscrew the 2 screws ( Torx N°7) of the front USB.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D7
OBJECT:FRONT PANEL PCB

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°7
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D5
Disassembly
• Disconnect the 2 flat cables and and the LCD back light.

• Uscrew the 5 screws (Torx N°7) of the PCB.


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D7
OBJECT:FRONT PANEL PCB (CONTINUED)

• Remove the PCB like in the picture.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D8
OBJECT:LCD SCREEN

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°7
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D7
Disassembly
• Remove the front panel keypad.

• Remove the flat ferite (do not dammage the flex).


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D8
OBJECT:LCD SCREEN (CONTINUED)

• Remove the 4 ground spring.

• Uscrew the 6 screws (Torx N°7) of the LCD holder.

• Remove the LCD screen.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D9
OBJECT:ADF SCANNER

Tools
• Flat screwdriver (2x6mm)
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Disconnect the ZenCube if this option is installed on the terminal.

• To unclip the Interco trap, insert the flat screwdriver in the slop.
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D9
OBJECT:ADF SCANNER (CONTINUED)

• Rotate the Interco trap to remove it.

Remark(s): Note the wire path of the ADF cable and the ground cable.
• Disconnect the ground wire (faston connector).
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D9
OBJECT:ADF SCANNER (CONTINUED)

• Disconnect the ADF cable (plug).

• Lift up the flap scanner equipped as shown on the illustration below. Apply manually a
pressure at the base of both hinges, use a flat screwdriver if necessary.

• Remove the ADF scanner.


Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D9
OBJECT:FEEDER ROLLER MODULE, BACK DOOR, ADF AND SCANNER
COVERS

Tools
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx20)
Preliminary steps
• None.
Disassembly
• ADF cover
- Stand at the left-hand side of the terminal.
- Open the ADF cover.
- Move the arms A and B away from each other in the direction of the arrows shown on the
illustration below, and pull the cover backward at the same time.
ADF cover
B

• Feeder roller module


- Pull on the lock in the direction of the arrow shown on the illustration below.
- Remove in the same time the feeder roller module.

Lock

Feeder roller module


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D10
OBJECT:FEEDER ROLLER MODULE, BACK DOOR, ADF AND SCANNER
COVERS (CONTINUED)

• ADF motor cover


- Remove the Zen cube module if installed.
- Unscrew the screw holding the motor cover.
Motor cover

- Press simultaneously on the left and the right of the ADF motor cover and lift it.

- Remove the ADF motor cover.


• ADF left cover
- Unscrew the screw holding the side cover.
- Remove the side cover.

Side cover

• Back door
- To unclip the back door, insert the flat screwdriver in the slop.
- Remove the back door.

Back door

Assembly
• Replace the feeder roller module performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the back door performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the covers by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D11
OBJECT:INPUT SCANNER ASSY, INPUT PAPER ASSY AND FEEDER SHOE
ASSY

Tools
• None.
Preliminary steps
• Open the ADF cover.
Disassembly
• Input scanner assy
- Lift up the input scanner assy as shown on the illustration below.
- Move the arms A and B away in the direction of the arrows.
- Remove the input scanner assy.
Input scanner assy

A B

• Input paper assy


- Lift up the input paper assy as shown on the illustration below.
- Move the arms A and B away in the direction of the arrows.
- Remove the input paper assy.
Input paper assy B

A
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D11
OBJECT:INPUT SCANNER ASSY, INPUT PAPER ASSY AND FEEDER SHOE
ASSY (CONTINUED)

• Feeder shoe assy


- Unlock manually the feeder shoe assy (see arrow on the illustration below).
- Remove the feeder shoe assy.

Feeder shoes assy

Assembly
• Replace the feeder shoe assy. by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the input paper assy by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the input scanner assy by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Close the ADF cover.
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D12
OBJECT:ADF MODULE UNIT, ADF FEEDER COVER AND ADF MOTOR

Tools
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx10)
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx20)
• Phillips screwdriver
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet from D10 to D11
Disassembly
• ADF module
- Remove the four mouting screws of the ADF module (see arrows on the illustration below).

- Remove the ADF module.


- Disconnect the cable from the ADF module (use the Phillips screwdriver for the ground
cables).
- Disconnect the motor cable.
• Presence paper and cover closed sensors
- Remove the right ADF cover (worksheet D10).
- Sensor are easily visible and can be replaced after being unplug from the ADF cable.
• Start scan sensor
- Remove the ADF module (see above).
- Sensor is just under the ADF module. It can be replaced after being unplug from the ADF
cable.
• Analysis roller belt
- Remove the ADF module as describe in the procedure above.
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D12
OBJECT:ADF MODULE UNIT, ADF FEEDER COVER AND ADF MOTOR
(CONTINUED)

- Unscrew the ejector ground plate (Torx 10).

- Unscrew a little the tension holder to free the belt.

- Replace the old Analysis roller belt by a new one.


• Motor belt
- Remove the ADF module.
- Remove the ADF cable from the wire holders.
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D12
OBJECT:ADF MODULE UNIT, ADF FEEDER COVER AND ADF MOTOR
(CONTINUED)

- Unscew a little bit the scew A and B.

- Push the motor in direction showed by the red arrow and screw B.
- Unscrew the tension motor frame assy (torx 10).

- Remove the tension motor frame from the ADF module.


- Place the belt on the "Gear pulley 19-45-75T".
- Assembly the tension motor frame assy and place the belt on the motor gear.
- Fix the "Tension motor frame assy" on the gear frame with three "Silent bloc Screws".
- Unscrew a little bit the screw A.
- Unscrew the screw B until the belt is set.
- Screw on the screw B and then the screw A.
Caution - Don’t forget to block the motor position. The lack of this step can damage the belt quickly.
• ADF feeder cover
- Unscrew the five screws holding the ADF feeder cover.
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D12
OBJECT:ADF MODULE UNIT, ADF FEEDER COVER AND ADF MOTOR
(CONTINUED)

- Remove the ADF feeder cover.

Screws

ADF feeder cover

• ADF motor
- Remove the two mounting screws of the motor.

Motor mounting screws

Motor cable

- Disconnect the motor cable, if necessary.


- Disassemble the motor with its cable.
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D12
OBJECT:ADF MODULE UNIT, ADF FEEDER COVER AND ADF MOTOR
(CONTINUED)

• White frame plate


- Remove the ADF module.

White frame plate

- Apply a upward pressure on the white frame plate edge (A).


- Hold and extract the white frame plate edge (A).
- Extract the white frame plate.
Remark(s): Keep both springs in their locations.
- Unpack the white frame plate and inspect it visually.
- Replace the springs in their locations if necessary.
- Insert the short white frame plate edge (B) in its housing.
- Insert the other edge (A) in its housing applying a downward pressure on the white frame
plate.
Assembly
• Replace the ADF motor by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the ADF feeder cover by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the ADF module by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
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D13
OBJECT:FLATBED SCANNER

Tools
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx20)
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet from D5 to D9
Disassembly
• Uscrew the 5 screws (Torx N°20) of the upper scanner.

• Unconnect the FB flat cable, FB ground cable and the FB motor.


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D13
OBJECT:FLATBED SCANNER (CONTINUED)

• Unconnect the FB in printer cable.

• Remove the FB scanner.

• Pay attention to not pull on cables or on the FFC.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D14
OBJECT:FLAP SCANNER EQUIPPED, SCANNER UPPER ASSY, TENSION
MOTOR, CCD EQUIPPED WITH BELT

Tools
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx10)
• Torx hex screwdriver (Torx20)
• Phillips screwdriver
• Flat screwdriver
Preliminary steps
• Disassemble the ADF module (worksheet D12).
Disassembly
• Scanner upper assy
- Remove the mat which hide the screw (with a staple for example).
- Remove the five mounting screws.
- Remove the scanner upper assy.

Scanner upper assy

mat

• Tension motor
- Remove both mounting screws.
- Remove the scanner back door (worksheet D10).

Mounting screw

• CCD equipped with belt


- Unplug the flat bed motor, CCD flat cable & ground cable from the electronic card.
- Remove the 5 screw covers.
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D14
OBJECT:FLAP SCANNER EQUIPPED, SCANNER UPPER ASSY, TENSION
MOTOR, CCD EQUIPPED WITH BELT

- Unscrew the 5 torx 20 screws and remove the flat bed cover.
- Move out the flat bed from the machine.
- Cut the 2 grip rings

Mounting screw

- Unscrew the torx 10 screw.

Mounting screw

- Remove the two e-ring which maintain the 2 gears.

E-ring

- Move out all gears. Remove the CCD equipped with belt..
- To re-assembly motor assy on flat bed, you have to place new grip ring by using grip ring tool
(or equivalent).
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D14
OBJECT:FLAP SCANNER EQUIPPED, SCANNER UPPER ASSY, TENSION
MOTOR, CCD EQUIPPED WITH BELT

Remark(s): Don’t forget tune the tension of belt by unscrew and screwing the tension plate.

Assembly
• Replace the CCD equipped with belt by performing the opposite action to that used to remove
it and use new grip ring.
• Replace the CCD motor by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the scanner upper assy by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
• Replace the flap scanner equipped by performing the opposite action to that used to remove it.
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D15
OBJECT:SMART CARD PCB

Tools
• None
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D5
Disassembly
• Unclip the PCB.

• Rotate the PCB then disconnet the cable.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D16
OBJECT:ACCESSIBILITY TO THE ELECTRONIC PART

Tools
• Screwdriver crosshead
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Unscrew the fast screw at the right back of the printer then slide the housing.

• Uscrew the 12 screws (cross head) of the electronic cage.


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D16
OBJECT:ACCESSIBILITY TO THE ELECTRONIC PART (CONTINUED)

• Uscrew the 4 screws (Torx N°10) of the rear plate.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D17
OBJECT:SECOND LINE MODEM

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D16
Disassembly
• Unconnect the flat cable from the mainboard.

• Uscrew the 2 screws (Torx N°10) of the second line modem.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D18
OBJECT:POWER SUPPLY BOARD

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D16
Disassembly
• Unconnect the 4 cables.

• Uscrew the 3 screws (Torx N°10) of the PCB.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D19
OBJECT:HARD DISK

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D17 and D18
Disassembly
• Disconnect the 2 cables of the hard disk (Data and power cable).
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D19
OBJECT:HARD DISK (CONTINUED)

• Unscrew the 4 screws (Torx N°10) of theHDD support (red arrows).


Remark(s): If the Second line modem was not installed, remove 2 more screws (yellow arrows).

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D20
OBJECT:CPU BOARD

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
• Screwdriver 6 pans 5,5mm
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D19
Disassembly
• Disconnect all cables from the UC board.
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D20
OBJECT:CPU BOARD (CONTINUED)

• Uncrew the 2 screws with the screwdriver Torx N°10 (yellow arrows) and the 3 spacers with
the Screwdriver 6 pans 5,5mm (red arrows).

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D21
OBJECT:LOUDSPEAKER

Tools
• None
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D8, D9 and D13
Disassembly
• Unclip the loudpeaker by pushing on the clip.

• Unconnect the loudspeaker cable from the UC, then remove the loudspeaker.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D22
OBJECT:LVPS

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• Worksheet D16
Disassembly
• Disconnect the LVPS cable from the DC-DC card.

• Remove the right side cover: push on the 2 clips once the scannertray is in up position, then
rotate the cover.
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D22
OBJECT:LVPS (CONTINUED)

• Pull the LVPS cable out of the electronic cage.

• Unscrew the 4 screws (Torx N°10) of the LVPS holder.


Diconnect the harness --> Yellow arrow.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D23
OBJECT:FRONT COVER

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
Preliminary steps
• None
Disassembly
• Open the consummable trap.

• Remove the "top cover": pull vertically on the top cover to unclip.
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D23
OBJECT:FRONT COVER (CONTINUED)

• Uscrew the 2 screws (Torx N°10) of the front cover.

• Rotate the front cover to desengage the 2 hooks.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°7
• Screwdriver torx N°10
• Screwdriver torx N°25
Preliminary steps
• Worsheets D20, D21, D22 and D23
Disassembly
• Remove the right side cover: push on the 2 clips once the scannertray is in up position, then
rotate the cover.

• Same operation for the left side cover and push on the opening button.
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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY (CONTINUED)

• Unscrew the screw (Torx N°10) of the "Wifi trap" and check is dongle are connected. Remove
dongle if necessary.

• Unscrew the screw (Torx N°25) of the "Hinge".

• Slide the hinge to remove it from the axis.


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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY (CONTINUED)

• Cut the 3 plastics link.

• Note the position of all cables. Remove the 3 front cables --> must pass trhough the scanner
tray holde.

• Remove the 2 rear USB boards: unscrew the 4 screw (torx N°7).
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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY (CONTINUED)

• Note the position of all cables. Remove the 2 USB boards --> must pass trhough the
scannertray holde.

• Remove the ground cable: unscrew the screw (torx N°10).

• Unconnect the FB in printer cable and the jack plug.


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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY (CONTINUED)

• Note the position of all cables. Remove the 2 cables --> must pass trhough the scannertray
holde.

• Rotate by 90° the scanner tray.


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D24
OBJECT:SCANNER TRAY (CONTINUED)

• Slide the scannertray to desengage it from the interface.

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
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D25
OBJECT:INTERFACE

Tools
• Screwdriver torx N°10
• Screwdriver torx N°25
Preliminary steps
• Worsheets D20, D21, D21, D23 and D24
Disassembly
• Unscrew the screw (Torx N°25) of the "open button".

• Unscrew the 2 screws at the back of the interface (Torx N°10).


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D25
OBJECT:INTERFACE (CONTINUED)

• Unscrew the 7 screws that fix the interface to the printer (Torx N°10).

Assembly
• Replace the different elements by performing the opposite action to that used to remove them.
Remark(s): Refer to the paragraph HFFv2 cabling specification P.74 to install correctly the wires.
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3. HFFV2 CABLING SPECIFICATION


The specification describes the correct installation of the wires in the HFFv2 machine.
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ILLUSTRATED PART LIST

CONTENTS

PART LIST TABLES 5

TABLE COLUMNS 5

SPARE PARTS ORDERING 5


PLANCHE 1 / FIGURE 1 6
HFFV2 PRODUCT 7
PLANCHE 2 / FIGURE 2 8
HOUSING 9
PLANCHE 3 / FIGURE 3 10
ADF MODULE 11
PLANCHE 4 / FIGURE 4 12
KEYPAD 13
PLANCHE 5 / FIGURE 5 14
FRONT PANEL ASM 15
PLANCHE 6 / FIGURE 6 16
FLATBED ASM 17
PLANCHE 7 / FIGURE 7 18
OPEN BUTTON 19
PLANCHE 8 / FIGURE 8 20
SCANNER TRAY ASM 21
PLANCHE 9 / FIGURE 9 22
INTERFACE 23
PLANCHE 10 / FIGURE 10 24
HDD SUPPORT 25
PLANCHE 11 / FIGURE 11 26
MAINBOARD 27
PLANCHE 12 / FIGURE 12 28
BACK COVER 29
PLANCHE 13 / FIGURE 13 30
TRAP HOLDER 31
PLANCHE 14 / FIGURE 14 32
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CONTENTS

DETAIL OF SCANNER TRAY (1) 33


PLANCHE 15 / FIGURE 15 34
DETAIL OF SCANNER TRAY (2) 35
PLANCHE 16 / FIGURE 16 36
DETAIL OF FRONT PANEL 37
PLANCHE 17 / FIGURE 17 38
DETAIL OF HDD SUPPORT 39
PLANCHE 18 / FIGURE 18 40
SCANNER M&H UPPER COVER (FLAP COVER) 41
PLANCHE 19 / FIGURE 19 42
FLAP SCANNER EQUIPPED 43
PLANCHE 20 / FIGURE 20 44
ADF M&H EQUIPPED 45
PLANCHE 21 / FIGURE 21 46
ADF COVER M&H ASSY 47
PLANCHE 22 / FIGURE 22 48
INPURT PAPERWAY GUIDE EQUIPPED 49
PLANCHE 23 / FIGURE 23 50
FLATBED SCANNER H&M ASSY 51
PLANCHE 24 / FIGURE 24 52
COVER 53
PLANCHE 25 / FIGURE 25 54
PAPER CASSETTE 150 55
PLANCHE 26 / FIGURE 26 56
PAPER CASSETTE 550 57
PLANCHE 27 / FIGURE 27 58
PAPER FEEDER 150 59
PLANCHE 28 / FIGURE 28 60
PAPER FEEDER 550 61
PLANCHE 29 / FIGURE 29 62
XERO 63
PLANCHE 30 / FIGURE 30 64
PAPER EXIT 500 1/2 65
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CONTENTS

PLANCHE 31 / FIGURE 31 66
PAPER EXIT 500 2/2 67
PLANCHE 32 / FIGURE 32 68
FRAME & DRIVE 69
PLANCHE 33 / FIGURE 33 70
ELECTRICAL 71
PLANCHE 34 / FIGURE 34 72
OPTION PAPER FEEDER 550 73
PLANCHE 35 / FIGURE 35 74
DUPLEX UNIT 75
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1. PART LIST TABLES

1.1 TABLE COLUMNS


• ITEM NUMBER column: number of the item illustrated on the corresponding figure.
Note 1: An item number preceded by a hyphen "-" is a non-illustrated item.
Note 2: An item may be illustrated in a figure without being listed in the corresponding part list:
such an article cannot be replaced other than by replacing the subassembly of which it is part.
• REFERENCE column:SAGEMCOM part number.
• DESIGNATION column:description of the item.
• QTY column:quantity.
• R column:repairability.
The letter R indicates that an item is repairable in the workshop.

1.2 SPARE PARTS ORDERING


When ordering spares parts, please state:
• the name of the equipment, its part number and its serial number (on manufacturer’s nameplate).
• the designation of the part as given in the parts list.
Example: Right cover,
• the SAGEMCOM part number with the Prefix 9960P
Example: 9960P252272850
It is also recommended to state the reference of the document in which the part number has been found.
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PLANCHE 1 / FIGURE 1
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253086918 Duplex module 1

2 253074778 Base HFFv2 asm 1

3 253087139 Optional paper tray 1

4 See §2 Line cord 1

5 See §2 Power cord 1

6 253232817 Memory extension HFXv2 1

7 253217550 Zencube Diffuser HFx sunline 1

8 253235371 Grip ring tool 1

9 186205664 Grip ring DIAM11.5*DIAM4*0.2 THICK 3

PLANCHE 1 /
HFFV2 PRODUCT
FIGURE 1
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PLANCHE 2 / FIGURE 2
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 See §2 Left front panel 1

2 See §2 Right front panel 1

3 253075126 Side cover right injected 1

4 186138694 Bottom right cover 1

5 253075134 Front cover injected 1

6 253075147 Top cover ASM 1

7 186138735 Paper guide 1

8 253075113 Side cover left injected 1

9 189976418 Screw Plastic 3*16 washer TORX 1

PLANCHE 2 /
HOUSING
FIGURE 2
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PLANCHE 3 / FIGURE 3
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253032671 Flat scanner M&H ASM (see figure 18) 1

2 253075093 Interco trap injected 1

3 253125968 HFFv2 ADF in scanner cable not shielded 1

PLANCHE 3 /
ADF MODULE
FIGURE 3
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PLANCHE 4 / FIGURE 4
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253070155 HFxv2 Keypad ASM 1

2 189976372 Screw torx 2x7 for plastic 8

3 See §2 Keypad panel ASM 1

4 253074997 Screw torx 3x6mm 1

5 253127433 Ground spring keypad 1

PLANCHE 4 /
KEYPAD
FIGURE 4
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PLANCHE 5 / FIGURE 5
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253090735 Screw torx 3x10mm 8


2 253058183 LCD front cover ASM 1
Note : The software version of the Front panel
must be at least Version E.
See Administrator settings to read the version
(PIC version parameter).
PIC Version (in binary) : 0000 0001 hhyy yyyy
hh : Hardware version
yy yyyy : Software version of Front panel

PLANCHE 5 /
FRONT PANEL ASM
FIGURE 5
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PLANCHE 6 / FIGURE 6
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253090748 Screw torx 4*12mm 4

2 253033053 Flatbed scanner H&M assy (see figure 23) 1

3 253096005 HFFv2 Flatbed ground cable 1

4 189955232 Flat cable 1

PLANCHE 6/
FLATBED ASM
FIGURE 6
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PLANCHE 7 / FIGURE 7
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253074864 Screw torx 6*12mm 2

2 253074851 Washer 6x12 2

3 253074822 Open button injected 1

4 253074843 Open button spring 1

PLANCHE 7/
OPEN BUTTON
FIGURE 7
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PLANCHE 8 / FIGURE 8
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253074893 Scanner tray ASM 1

2 191031847 BLOC.ALIM.SECTEUR 100-240V 24V/2A SP 1

3 253074872 LVPS holder injected 2

4 253090735 Screw torx 3x10mm 4

PLANCHE 8/
SCANNER TRAY ASM
FIGURE 8
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PLANCHE 9 / FIGURE 9
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253074819 Screw torx M3*8mm for metal 7

2 253074801 Interface injected 1

3 253123550 Screw torx M4*10 2

PLANCHE 9/
INTERFACE
FIGURE 9
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PLANCHE 10 / FIGURE 10
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253074799 HDD support ASM 1

2 189976351 Screw self tapping M3x5mm Torx 5

3 253169530 Mylar protection 1

4 253052798 ref card Mezz. Modem 1

5 253074629 Mezz. Modem cord 1

PLANCHE 10/
HDD SUPPORT
FIGURE 10
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PLANCHE 11 / FIGURE 11
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 189976351 Screw self tapping M3x5mm Torx 2

2 253058120 UC spacer 3

3 See §2 Main PCB board programmed HFFV2 (SAV) 1

PLANCHE 11/
MAINBOARD
FIGURE 11
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PLANCHE 12 / FIGURE 12
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253058414 Rear plate 1

2 189976351 Screw self tapping M3x5mm Torx 4

3 253100768 Wire protection 1

PLANCHE 12/
BACK COVER
FIGURE 12
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PLANCHE 13 / FIGURE 13
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253114796 Trap holder Asm 1

2 253074819 Screw torx M3*8mm for metal 2

3 186138649 Trap 1

4 See §2 Printer HFFv2 1

PLANCHE 13/
TRAP HOLDER
FIGURE 13
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PLANCHE 14 / FIGURE 14
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253074997 Screw torx 3x6mm 1

2 253075072 Wifi-BT trap injected 1

3 253075085 Washer plastic 1

4 253088194 Washer D2D6 1

5 189976372 Screw torx 2x7 for plastic 2

6 189976108 Ferrite 1

7 186116833 Faston receiver PC2L25035LR(KST) 1

8 253108540 Ref Interco card 1

9 253074905 Scanner tray injected 1

10 253084625 HFFv2 ground plate to interconnect cable 1

PLANCHE 14/
DETAIL OF SCANNER TRAY (1)
FIGURE 14
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PLANCHE 15 / FIGURE 15
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186113907 Screw2x6mm washer6x0.5 torx 4

2 253093640 USB Host Back 2

3 253083053 Ground plate to printer ground cable 1

4 253074997 Screw torx 3x6mm 4

5 253083053 HFFv2 ground plate to printer cable 1

6 253074968 Ground plate scanner tray 1

7 253074905 Scanner tray injected 1

8 253083029 HP HFF-V2 1

9 253066891 Front panel cable 1

10 253074596 USB front cable 1

11 253066911 Cable Smartcart 1

12 253108579 Ref smartcard 1

13 253074913 Hinge injected 1

14 253074947 Spring hinge 1

15 253074934 Plate spring hinge 1

16 253090735 Screw torx 3x10mm 6

17 253074976 Ground spring LCD 2

18 253074989 Ground spring front panel 1

19 253074997 Screw torx 3x6mm 4

20 253074955 Ground plate1 1

PLANCHE 15/
DETAIL OF SCANNER TRAY (2)
FIGURE 15
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PLANCHE 16 / FIGURE 16
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253110384 Ref USB Board 1

2 186113907 Screw2x6mm washer6x0.5 torx 2

3 253097114 Light guide injected 1

4 189976372 Screw torx 2x7 for plastic 1

5 253058266 Keypad front panel HFF-V2 1

6 253066903 Cable keypad 1

PLANCHE 16/
DETAIL OF FRONT PANEL
FIGURE 16
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PLANCHE 17 / FIGURE 17
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253108582 Ref card DC-DC 1

2 189976351 Screw self tapping M3x5mm Torx 7

3 253083040 DC-DC 2 Wires Cables 1

4 253083032 DC-DC 5 Wires Cables 1

DISQUE DUR 160GO


5 253284019 1
HDD SATA 2,5" FORMATE

6 253058133 HDD support 1

PLANCHE 17/
DETAIL OF HDD SUPPORT
FIGURE 17
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PLANCHE 18 / FIGURE 18
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253029950 ADF right cover colored 1

2 253033029 Input scanner assy 1

3 253032684 FLAP scanner H&M equipped (see figure 19) 1

4 253063580 ADF MH equipped (see figure 20) 1

5 253029968 ADF left cover colored 1

6 253090748 Screw plastic 4x12 torx 6

PLANCHE 18/
SCANNER M&H UPPER COVER (FLAP COVER)
FIGURE 18
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1
2

PLANCHE 19 / FIGURE 19
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253026582 Right hinge assembly 1

2 253090748 Screw plastic 4x12 torx 8

3 253026350 Left hinge assembly 1

4 253029294 Exit tray Makalu colored 1

5 253029252 Flap Makalu colored 1

6 253057107 Flap floam Makalu 1

PLANCHE 19/
FLAP SCANNER EQUIPPED
FIGURE 19
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PLANCHE 20 / FIGURE 20
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253032811 ADF cover M&H assy (see figure 21) 1

2 253032788 Input paperway guide equipped (see figure 22) 1

3 253032725 ADF M&H assembly 1

4 189978272 Photointerrupter optic GP1S73 SP 3

PLANCHE 20/
ADF M&H EQUIPPED
FIGURE 20
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22 2
16 17 21 3
18
19

15 20

14 4
13

12
11
10 6

7
9

PLANCHE 21 / FIGURE 21
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ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253029570 ADF cover M&H colored 1

2 253029591 Hook lever colored 1

3 252988296 Hook lever spring 1

4 252987968 Lock bearing spring 1

5 253029632 Lock bearing colored 1

6 253029588 Outside paper guide colored 1

7 253032840 Feeder roller module 1

8 253029629 Feeder stopper right colored 1

9 253029611 Feeder stopper left colored 1

10 252990410 Counter roller 1 metal shaft 1

11 252990788 Spring 3 N 2

12 253090735 Screw plastic 3X10 torx 4

13 253029450 Counter roller colored 3

14 253029674 Feeder main bearing colored 1

15 253029661 Gear chargeur 52 teeth colored 1

16 253008360 Plastic E-ring 2

17 253032829 Feeder main shaft assy 1

18 189955295 Torque limiter 300GFCM 1

19 253029653 Feeder frame latch colored 1

20 253029640 Main bearing colored 1

21 253029608 Paper detector colored 1

22 253056473 Paper detector spring 1

PLANCHE 21/
ADF COVER M&H ASSY
FIGURE 21
- 48 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

4
5

PLANCHE 22 / FIGURE 22
- 49 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253029504 Input paperway guide colored 1

2 253029517 Counter roller 3 sup.frame v 2 colored 2

3 253029538 Counter roller 3 sup colored 2

4 252989805 Counter roller shaft Makalu 2

5 252990770 Spring 1,5 N 4

6 253052032 Brush clip 4

7 253058055 Makalu brush 1

8 253032796 Feeder shoe assy 1

PLANCHE 22/
INPURT PAPERWAY GUIDE EQUIPPED
FIGURE 22
- 50 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

PLANCHE 23 / FIGURE 23
- 51 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 253033186 Upper cover flatbed Makalu assy 1

2 253033264 Screw cover colored 1

3 253005658 Screw torx 4x12 mm 5

4 253033040 Bottom cover flatbed Makalu assy 1

5 253056431 CCD BOX PRIMAX EQUIPED 1

6 253104927 FLATBED MOTOR FDK -SMW35-EQUIPPED 1

PLANCHE 23/
FLATBED SCANNER H&M ASSY
FIGURE 23
- 52 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

5
4

(J244)

PLANCHE 24 / FIGURE 24
- 53 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186138649 HFFV2 PRN COVER - KIT COVER OPEN SGM 1

2 186138652 HFFV2 PRN COVER - COVER REAR 45PPM 1

3 186138694 HFFV2 PRN COVER - COVER RIGHT J2 1

4 186138706 HFFV2 PRN COVER - COVER LEFT J2 1

5 186138735 HFFV2 PRN COVER - COVER STOPPER J2 1

6 186138673 HFFV2 PRN COVER - FAN MAIN 80 1

PLANCHE 24/
COVER
FIGURE 24
- 54 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

1 5

PLANCHE 25 / FIGURE 25
- 55 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186138769 HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - COVER CST 1

HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - KIT ROLL ASSY


2 186138777 1
RETARD
HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - HANDLE EXTENSION
3 186138798 1
150

4 186138818 HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - GUIDE END 150 1

5 186138821 HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - 150 PAPER CASSETTE 1

6 186138839 HFFV2 PRN CST 150 - HOLDER ASSY RETARD 1

PLANCHE 25/
PAPER CASSETTE 150
FIGURE 25
- 56 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

PLANCHE 26 / FIGURE 26
- 57 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186138850 HFFV2 PRN CST 550 - 550 PAPER CASSETTE 1

2 186138842 HFFV2 PRN CST 550 - GUIDE END 550 1

PLANCHE 26/
PAPER CASSETTE 550
FIGURE 26
- 58 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

4
3

12 2
5
13

(J220)
(J240)
11 (P220)
(J22)

(J245)
(J241)

(P242)
14
(P244)
(P243)

(J242)

10
9
6

(P241)
8 7
(J243)

PLANCHE 27 / FIGURE 27
- 59 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186138863 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - KIT 150 FDR ASSY J2 1

2 186138871 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - ACTUATOR NO PAPER 1

3 186138884 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - GEAR IDLER NUDGER 1

4 186138892 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - GEAR NUDGER 1

5 186138904 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - ROLL REGI RUBBER J2 1

6 186138917 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - CLUTCH ASSY PH 1

7 186139021 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - KIT CHUTE REGI 45 1

8 186138938 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - SENSOR REGI 1

9 186138946 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - SPRING REGI 1

10 186138959 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - GEAR REGI RUBBER 1

11 186138970 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - HARNESS ASSY TR 1

HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - CLUTCH 1 WAY


12 186138991 1
NUDGER

13 186139000 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - CLUTCH 1 WAY FEED 1

14 186139013 HFFV2 PRN FDR 150 - SENSOR TONER ASSY 1

PLANCHE 27/
PAPER FEEDER 150
FIGURE 27
- 60 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

(J260)

(J26)

3
4

(J246)

(P247)
(J248)

(J247)

PLANCHE 28 / FIGURE 28
- 61 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139034 HFFV2 PRN CST FDR - GUIDE TRAY RIGHT 1

2 186139042 HFFV2 PRN CST FDR - GUIDE TRAY LEFT 1

3 186139055 HFFV2 PRN CST FDR - LOCK CST L 1

4 186139063 HFFV2 PRN CST FDR - FEEDER2 ASSY 250-J2 1

PLANCHE 28/
PAPER FEEDER 550
FIGURE 28
- 62 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

3
(J270)

(J170) (J140)
(P131)
2 (J160)
(J31) (P141)
14 15 (J15) (J16) (J13)
(J17) (J14)
(J150)
1

4
(J45)
5 6
(J141)

7
10 9 (J47)
(J4647)
(J46)

8 16 17

11
12

13

PLANCHE 29 / FIGURE 29
- 63 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139076 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - ROS ASSY 45-1200 1

HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - HARNESS ASSY ROS


2 186139097 1
34

3 186139104 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - FAN SUB 1

HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - GUIDE ASSY CRU L


4 186139117 1
J2
HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - HARNESS ASSY
5 186139125 1
LOCK1
HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - HARNESS ASSY
6 186139146 1
LOCK3

7 186139167 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - COVER GUIDE CRU 1

8 See §2 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - HRNS ASSY FSR 1

HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - LEVER FSR LH


9 186139191 1
34PPM
HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - LEVER CRU FSR RH
10 186139203 1
J2

11 See §2 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - FUSER ASSY J2 1

12 186139232 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - BTR ASSY J2 1

HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - CHUTE TRANSFER


13 186139245 1
(34)
HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - PWBA ASSY ANT
14 186139253 1
P150

15 186139266 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - HARNESS ASSY ANT 1

16 186139274 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - LEVER LINK 1

17 186139287 HFFV2 PRN TNR ZONE - LINK GEAR 3 1

PLANCHE 29/
XERO
FIGURE 29
- 64 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

2
1

(J29)

3 4
(J290)

(J291)

5
9
6
10
10 (J103)
7

PLANCHE 30 / FIGURE 30
- 65 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139295 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - 500 EXIT ASSY 45 1

2 186139401 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - KIT CHUTE UP 550 1

HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - ACTUATR FULL


3 186139307 1
STACK

4 186139315 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - ROLL EXIT 1

HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - MOTOR ASSY EXIT


5 186139328 1
MT

6 186139336 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - GEAR 25-2 1

7 186139357 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - GEAR 25-1 1

8 186139360 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - GATE OCT EXIT 1

9 186139378 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - SPRING GATE OCT 1

10 186139399 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT1 - ROLLER EXIT 500 1

PLANCHE 30/
PAPER EXIT 500 1/2
FIGURE 30
- 66 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

4
3

PLANCHE 31 / FIGURE 31
- 67 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139422 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT2 - ROLL PINCH FU 1

2 186143137 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT2 - STOPPER FSR 4

3 186139435 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT2 - COVER REAR 500 J2 1

4 186139443 HFFV2 PRN PAP EXIT2 - KIT COV REAR 500 1

PLANCHE 31/
PAPER EXIT 500 2/2
FIGURE 31
- 68 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

2
1

(J43)
(J271) 3

PLANCHE 32 / FIGURE 32
- 69 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139456 HFFV2 PRN FRM DRV - MAIN MOTOR (J2) 1

2 186139464 HFFV2 PRN FRM DRV - GEAR ASSY HOUSING 1

3 186139477 HFFV2 PRN FRM DRV - SPRING RELEASE 1

4 186139485 HFFV2 PRN FRM DRV - GEAR 9 1

5 186139498 HFFV2 PRN FRM DRV - GEAR ASSY PLATE 1

PLANCHE 32/
FRAME & DRIVE
FIGURE 32
- 70 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

(J10)
(J11)
(J27)
(J40)
(J18)
(P270) (J41)
(J400)
(J42)
(P271)
(J102)
(PD2750A)
7 (J1821A)

8
5
(J20)
(J22) (P3070) (P2083)
9 (P221)
(J24)
(P245)
6 (P248)
(J30)

1
2

(J44)

3
(J48) (J480)

PLANCHE 33 / FIGURE 33
- 71 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139505 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - PWBA EXIT J2 1

2 See §2 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - PS LV J2 1

3 186139539 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - SWITCH ASSY EXIT J2 1

4 See §2 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - HRNS ASSY AC SGM 1

5 186139571 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - FFC ASSY ESS 1

6 186139592 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - HARNESS ASSY CHUTE 1

7 See §2 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - HVPS/MCU J2 1

8 186143129 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - HARNESS ASSY FEEDER 2 1

9 186139604 HFFV2 PRN ELEC - HARNESS ASSY TONER 2 1

PLANCHE 33/
ELECTRICAL
FIGURE 33
- 72 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

(JD2083)

(J85) (J82)
(P820)
(J83)
(J80)
(P855)
8 (P801)
7

(J81) (J820)

(J802)
(J810)
(J800)
(P802) 2
(J801)
3
6 (J84)

(PD8483) 9

5 4

PLANCHE 34 / FIGURE 34
- 73 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139612 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - HARNESS ASSY FDR2 1

2 186139625 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - OPT ASSY SIZE 1

3 186139633 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - HRNS ASSY SIZE FDR1 1

4 186139646 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - FRAME CVR L A4 (MAT) 1

5 186139654 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - FOOT 1

6 186139667 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - FRAME CVR R550 J2 1

7 186139675 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - PWBA OPTFDR JIGEN2 1

8 186139688 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - HRNS ASSY SIZE FDR2 1

9 186139696 HFFV2 OPT FDR 550 - 550 FEEDER OPTION 1

PLANCHE 34/
OPTION PAPER FEEDER 550
FIGURE 34
- 74 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

2
2

3
3
(JD2750)

4
5 (J50)
2
2
3 2
3 2
9
6 3
3
7

8
9
25
9

24 10
15
11
12
13
23 (J53)
22 10 14 16 (J51)
21 20
(J530) 19 (J54) 10

(J52)

(J520)
17
18

PLANCHE 35 / FIGURE 35
- 75 - NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01

ITEM No. REFERENCE DESIGNATION QTY R

1 186139708 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - HSG UPPER ASSY 34PPM 1

2 186139716 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SPRING PINCH 1

3 186139729 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - ROLL PINCH 1


HFFV2 OPT DPLX - HARNESS ASSY DUP
4 186139737 1
34PPM
5 186139740 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - COVER TOP DUP J2 (SPEC) 1
HFFV2 OPT DPLX - LEVER LATCH RIGHT
6 186139758 1
34PPM
7 186139761 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - LEVER LATCH LEFT 34PPM 1

8 186139779 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SPRING LATCH 1

9 186139782 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - ROLLER DUP 1

10 186139790 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - GEAR ROLLER 1

11 186139802 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - GEAR IDLE 29 1

12 186139815 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - GEAR IDLE 47 34PPM 1

13 186139823 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - GEAR IDLE 77 34PPM 1

14 186139836 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - GEAR IDLE 57-37 1

14 186139844 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - COVER LEFT 1

16 186139857 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SWITCH DUPLEX 1

17 186139878 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - MOTOR DUPLEX 1

18 186139886 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - PWBA DUPLEX J2 1

19 186139899 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - FAN DUP J2 1

20 186139906 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SENSOR DUP 1

21 186139919 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - HARNESS ASSY DUP SNR 1

22 186139927 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SPRING ACTUATOR 1

23 186139948 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - ACTUATOR DUP 34PPM 1

24 186139951 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - SPRING DAMPER 34PPM 1

25 186139969 HFFV2 OPT DPLX - COVER RIGHT 1


PLANCHE 35/
DUPLEX UNIT
FIGURE 35
NI/IPL 3000361031 - 01 - 76 -
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2. PERSONNALISATION

2.1 MODEL HFFV2: BIZHUB 43

FIGURE REPERE DESIGNATION REFERENCE

11 3 Main PCB board programmed bizhub 43 (SAV) 253336243


Note : Formatting HDD must be done when the
main board is changed.
1 4 Telephone line cord 189721446
1 5 AC power cord 189641841
2 1 Left front panel 253107030
2 2 Right panel with finger print 253075051
4 3 Keypad panel ASM 253058162
13 4 Printer HFFV2 220V 189905071
29 8 Harness assy fuser J2 200V 186139188
29 11 Fuser assy J2 220V 186139224
33 2 PS LV 200V J2 186139526
33 4 Harness assy AC IN 220V SGM 186139568
33 7 HVPS/MCU J2 220V 186143116
PERSO 3000 348 280 - 02 -2-