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VIDEO GRAPHIC PRINTER

UP-897MD

SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 1)
! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.

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

! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin
de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les
réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres.
Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.

UP-897MD
Table of Contents

Manual Structure 3. Circuit Description

Purpose of this manual ................................................................. 3 3-1. System Control Block ..................................................... 3-1
Related manuals ........................................................................... 3 3-1-1. Outline ................................................................... 3-1
3-1-2. Block Diagram of Electrical Block ....................... 3-1
3-2. Head/Mechanical Control Block .................................... 3-1
1. Service Overview 3-2-1. Outline ................................................................... 3-1
3-2-2. Platen Motor Control ............................................. 3-1
1-1. Board Location ............................................................... 1-1 3-2-3. Thermal Head UP/DOWN Control ....................... 3-1
1-2. Main Parts Location ........................................................ 1-1 3-2-4. Monitoring of Door Sensor ................................... 3-2
1-3. Removing/Installing the Cabinet .................................... 1-1 3-2-5. Monitoring of Paper Sensor .................................. 3-2
1-3-1. Top Cover .............................................................. 1-1 3-2-6. Monitoring of Head Temperature Sensor .............. 3-2
1-3-2. Front Panel Subassembly ...................................... 1-2 3-2-7. Control of Head Fan Motor (for Head Cooling) ... 3-2
1-3-3. Rear Panel ............................................................. 1-2 3-2-8. Read of Buttons ..................................................... 3-3

1-4. Replacing the Main Parts ................................................ 1-3 3-3. Video Circuit Block ........................................................ 3-3
1-4-1. Switching Regulator/DC Fan ................................ 1-3 3-3-1. Outline ................................................................... 3-3
1-4-2. Mechanical Deck Assembly .................................. 1-3 3-3-2. Control of Video Circuit Block ............................. 3-3
1-4-3. Thermal Head ........................................................ 1-4 3-3-3. Control of Brightness and Contrast ....................... 3-3
1-4-4. Stepping Motor/DC Motor .................................... 1-5 3-3-4. A/D and D/A Conversion ...................................... 3-4
1-4-5. Cam Shaft Assembly ............................................. 1-6 3-3-5. Clock Generation Circuit Block ............................ 3-4
1-4-6. Pinch Arm Assembly ............................................ 1-7 3-4. USB Interface ................................................................. 3-4
1-4-7. Platen Roller .......................................................... 1-7 3-5. Thermal Head Block ....................................................... 3-4
1-4-8. Timing Belt ........................................................... 1-8 3-5-1. Structure ................................................................ 3-4
1-5. Procedure Required for Replacement ............................. 1-9 3-5-2. Basic Operation ..................................................... 3-4
1-6. Unleaded Solder .............................................................. 1-9 3-5-3. Temperature Correction ........................................ 3-5
3-5-4. Correction of Resistor Count ................................. 3-5

2. Electrical Alignment
4. Troubleshooting
2-1. Procedure before and after Adjustment .......................... 2-1
2-1-1. Procedure of Printing the User Setting Record 4-1. Print result is not satisfactory ......................................... 4-1
(Before Adjustment) .............................................. 2-1 4-2. Print result density is too high or low ............................. 4-2
2-1-2. User Setting Check Procedure 4-3. Trouble of determining presence or absence of paper .... 4-3
(After Adjustment) ................................................ 2-1 4-4. Thermal head UP/DOWN operation trouble .................. 4-3
2-1-3. Factory Setting ...................................................... 2-1 4-5. Feed operation trouble .................................................... 4-4
2-2. Calibration and Electrical Conductivity Check .............. 2-2 4-6. Trouble of determining door open/close ......................... 4-4
2-3. Brightness and Contrast Adjustment .............................. 2-3
2-4. Head Voltage Adjustment ............................................... 2-4
2-5. Initialization of Print Count History ............................... 2-5
2-6. Firmware Version Upgrade ............................................ 2-6

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5. Service Mode (Self-diagnosis Function) 9. Board Layouts

5-1. Startup Procedure ............................................................ 5-1 KY-572 ........................................................................... 9-1


5-2. Service Mode Menu ........................................................ 5-1 SE-768 ............................................................................ 9-1
5-3. Test Pattern Printing ....................................................... 5-1 SE-769 ............................................................................ 9-1
5-4. Test Pattern Print Count .................................................. 5-3 SU-112 ............................................................................ 9-1
5-5. LCD Lighting Check ...................................................... 5-3 MA-132 ........................................................................... 9-2
5-6. LED Lighting Check ....................................................... 5-4
5-7. Front Panel Volume Calibration ..................................... 5-4
5-8. Low-Pass Filter ............................................................... 5-4
5-9. Log Printing .................................................................... 5-4
5-10. Initialization of Setting ................................................... 5-5
5-11. Switching of Continuous Setting (C) in Number
of Printed Sheets (QTY) ................................................. 5-5
5-12. Switching of REMOTE capture timing .......................... 5-5
5-13. Temperature Indication ................................................... 5-6
5-14. Switching of Toshiba Mode ............................................ 5-6
5-15. FEED Operation ............................................................. 5-6
5-16. Menu Lock ...................................................................... 5-6

6. Spare Parts

6-1. Notes on Repair Parts ..................................................... 6-1


6-2. Exploded Views .............................................................. 6-2
6-3. Electrical Parts List ......................................................... 6-7
6-4. Supplied Accessories .................................................... 6-14

7. Block Diagram

Overall ............................................................................ 7-1

8. Schematic Diagrams

KY-572 ........................................................................... 8-2


MA-132 ........................................................................... 8-3
SE-768 ............................................................................ 8-9
SE-769 ............................................................................ 8-9
SU-112 ............................................................................ 8-9
Frame Wiring ................................................................ 8-10

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Manual Structure

Purpose of this manual


This manual is the service manual of Video Graphic Printer UP-897MD.
This manual describes the information on maintenance and the service information
such as service overview, electrical alignment, circuit description, troubleshooting,
and service mode (self-diagnosis function).

Related manuals
In addition to this “Service Manual”, this unit is provided with the manual below.

. “Operating Instruction” PDF (Included in the CD-ROM Supplied for


products.)
Part No.: 3-863-306-0X
These manuals describes the information required for the actual management and
operation of this unit.

. “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM (Available on request)


This “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM allows you to search for
semiconductors used in B&P Company equipment.
Part number: 9-968-546-XX

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Section 1
Service Overview

1-1. Board Location 1-3. Removing/Installing the Cabinet

1-3-1. Top Cover


MA-132 board
SU-112 board 1. Remove the five M3 case securing screws, then
KY-572 board remove the top cover.

Top cover
M3 case
M3 case securing screw
securing screws

SE-768 board

SE-769 board M3 case


securing
screws

1-2. Main Parts Location

Switching regulator

Thermal head

2. Attach the top cover in the reverse order.

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1-3-2. Front Panel Subassembly 1-3-3. Rear Panel

1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) 1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
2. Release the lock arm of the mechanical deck block 2. Remove the three screws (PS3 x 6) and the screw
(bottom surface) in the direction of the arrow, then (BTP3 x 8), then remove the rear panel.
open the door panel.
3. Remove the two hooks in both directions of the BTP3 x 6

arrows.
4. Disconnect the flexible flat cable from the connector
(CN201) on the MA-132 board.
PS
3x6
CN201
Flexible flat cable

Rear panel

MA-132 board 3. Attach the rear panel in the reverse order of steps 1
and 2.
Hook
Lock arm

Hook

Door panel

5. After closing the door, remove the two screws and five
hooks, then remove the front panel subassembly.

Hooks

BVTT
2.6 x 4

Hooks

BVTT
2.6 x 4
Front panel subassembly

6. Attach the front panel subassembly in the reverse order


of steps 1 to 5.
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1-4. Replacing the Main Parts 1-4-2. Mechanical Deck Assembly

1-4-1. Switching Regulator/DC Fan 1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
2. Remove the front panel subassembly.
n (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
There are two types of DC fan mounting connectors. 3. Remove the switch rod retainer, then remove the
Connect the harness of the DC fan for power supply to the power switch rod.
connector (CN601). The connector (CN603) is provided for 4. Disconnect the three harnesses from the connectors
mounting the optional DC fan for cooling the thermal head. (CN204, CN205 and CN602) on the MA-132 board.
5. Disconnect the two flexible flat cables from the
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) connectors (CN206 and CN302) on the MA-132 board.
2. Remove the front panel subassembly. 6. Remove the three screws, then remove the mechanical
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) deck assembly.
3. Remove the rear panel assembly.
(Refer to Section 1-3-3.) Power switch rod
4. Remove the mechanical deck assembly.
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
5. Disconnect all harnesses and flexible flat cables from
the MA-132 board.
6. Remove the four screws (BVTT2.6 x 6), then remove
Switch rod retainer
the MA-132 board, shield plate (analog) and earth
plate jack.
7. Remove the electric heating sheet (A), electric heating
sheet (B) and electric heating sheet (C) from the shield
plate (analog).
8. Remove the two screws (P3 x 10), then remove the DC fan. Mechanical deck Flexible flat cables
assembly
9. Remove the four screws (PS3 x 6), then remove the
insulating sheet (MA) and switching regulator.

CN603 CN601
BVTT
Electric heating 2.6 x 6
sheet (B)
Earth plate
Electric heating jack Harnesses
sheet (C)
MA-132 board
Shield plate
(analog) Electric heating Harness
sheet (A)
Insulating
sheet (MA)
Switching
regulator P3 x 10
CN602

DC fan CN302
CN206

CN205
CN204
MA-132 board

PS3 x 6
BVTT2.6 x 6

10. Attach the switching regulator in the reverse order of


steps 1 to 9. 7. Attach the mechanical deck assembly in the reverse
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order of steps 1 to 6.
1-4-3. Thermal Head
MD top chassis
BVTT
2.6 x 6
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After replacing the thermal head, perform the head voltage
adjustment. For the adjustment procedure, refer to
Section 2-4.
Head
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) springs
2. Remove the front panel assembly. PSW A BVTT
3x8 2.6 x 6
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly.
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
4. Remove the two screws (BVTT2.6 x 6), then remove
the MD top chassis and three head springs.
n B
Heat sink
When removing the MD top chassis, be sure to remove
it slowly in the direction of the arrow A to prevent the Flexible
head springs from popping out. flat cables

5. Release the lock arm in the direction of the arrow, then


open the MD door chassis.
6. Remove the heat sink in the direction of the arrow B.
7. Remove the two screws (PSW3 x 8), then remove the Thermal head
thermal head.
8. Disconnect the two flexible flat cables from the
thermal head.
Cam
shaft

MD door chassis Lock arm

9. Attach the thermal head in the reverse order of steps 1


to 8.
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When connecting the flexible flat cables, route them
under the cam shaft.

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1-4-4. Stepping Motor/DC Motor
Installation
Removal
8. Attach the DC motor with the two screws.
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) 9. Insert the head up lever shaft (L) into the hole [A] and
2. Remove the front panel assembly. insert the speed reducing gear shaft (L) into the hole
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) [B], then attach with the three screws.
3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly. 10. Hang the timing belt on the stepping motor gear.
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
4. Remove the helical extension spring from the tension Tension arm
Stepping assembly
arm assembly. motor gear

5. Remove the four screws (BVTT2.6 x 6), then remove


the stepping motor bracket.
6. Remove the two screws (PS3 x 4), then remove the
DC motor.
7. Remove the two screws (PS3 x 6), then remove the
stepping motor.

Tension arm assembly


Helical extension
spring
Timing belt
DC motor
BVTT
2.6 x 6
PS3 x 4
PS3 x 6
Speed reducing
gear shaft (L) C Hole [B]
B

C
B BVTT
Hole 2.6 x 6
A [A] Stepping
motor
DC motor
BVTT Stepping motor
2.6 x 6 bracket
Head up lever shaft (L)
PS3 x 4
PS3 x 6
11. Assemble this unit in the reverse order of steps 1 to 4.

BVTT
2.6 x 6
Stepping motor

Stepping motor bracket

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1-4-5. Cam Shaft Assembly Installation

Removal 9. Attach the cam shaft assembly in the reverse order of


steps 6 to 8.
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) 10. Insert the portion A of noise reducing spring (30) into
2. Remove the front panel assembly. the hole of chassis, then insert the portion B into the
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) hole of cam (L) by rotating it in the direction of the
3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly. arrow.
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
4. Remove the thermal head. (Refer to Section 1-4-3.)
5. Remove the paper holder assembly. Noise reducing
Hole of cam (L) spring (30)
(Refer to step 4 of Section 1-4-7.) Portion B
6. Remove the two bearings by rotating them in the Portion A
direction of the arrows A. Hole
7. Remove the cam shaft assembly in the direction of the Chassis
arrow B.
8. Remove the cam (R), cam gear, cam (L), noise
reducing spring (30) and three parallel pins from the
cam shaft.

Cam gear
Cam (L)
Noise reducing
spring (30)

Cam shaft
Parallel pin
Cam (R)
B
A

Bearing

Phase
Cam gear Cam (L) Cam (R)
A

Bearing

11. Assemble this unit in the reverse order of steps 1 to 5.

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1-4-6. Pinch Arm Assembly 1-4-7. Platen Roller

n n
When replacing the pinch arm subassembly, be extremely When replacing the platen roller, be extremely careful not
careful not to touch it with bare hands or dirty gloves. If to touch it with bare hands or dirty gloves. If the roller is
the pinch arm subassembly is contaminated, clean it with contaminated, clean it with the ethyl alcohol.
the ethyl alcohol.
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.) 2. Remove the front panel assembly.
2. Remove the front panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) 3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly.
3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly. (Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.) 4. Remove the two screws, then remove the paper holder
4. Remove the thermal head. (Refer to Section 1-4-3.) assembly.
5. Remove the paper holder assembly. 5. Remove the helical extension spring from the tension
(Refer to step 4 of Section 1-4-7.) arm assembly.
6. Remove the three helical extension springs.
7. Remove the four bearings, then remove the door lock Paper holder assembly
BVTT
assembly and pinch arm assembly in the direction of 2.6 x 4
the arrow.
8. Remove the pinch arm assembly from the door lock
assembly.

Pinch arm assembly

Door lock
assembly
Helical
extension Helical
spring extension
spring

Helical
extension
spring
Helical
extension
spring
Bearings

Tension arm
assembly

Bearings

9. Attach the pinch arm assembly in the reverse order of


steps 1 to 8.
After attaching the pinch arm assembly, clean it with
alcohol.

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6. Remove the two platen bearings by rotating them in
the direction of the arrow A.
7. Remove the platen roller in the direction shown by the
arrow B.
8. Remove the platen pulley and parallel pin from the
platen roller.

Platen bearing

Parallel pin Timing belt [B]

Platen pulley
Fulcrum spacer
Platen roller A
Platen bearing
B M2 x 5
Damper gear

9. Attach the platen roller in the reverse order of steps 1 Door


releasing
to 8. spring
Timing
belt [A] Oil damper
Fulcrum shaft
1-4-8. Timing Belt
MD door chassis assembly
1. Remove the top cover. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
2. Remove the front panel assembly.
(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) Hole
3. Remove the mechanical deck assembly.
(Refer to Section 1-4-2.)
11. Attach the timing belt [A] and timing belt [B] in the
4. Remove the paper holder assembly.
reverse order of steps 1 to 10.
(Refer to step 4 of Section 1-4-7.)
5. Remove the two screws, then remove the oil damper.
6. Remove the damper gear.
7. Remove the door releasing spring from the hole of MD
door chassis, then remove the MD door chassis
assembly.
8. Remove the fulcrum spacer, then remove the door
releasing spring.
9. Pull out the fulcrum shaft from the MD door chassis
assembly in the direction of the arrow.
10. Remove the timing belt [A] and timing belt [B].

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1-5. Procedure Required for Replacement

When replacing the following parts, perform each required process according to the table below. For the
procedure before and after performing the required process, refer to Section 2-1.

Parts Required process Reference

MA-132 board Firmware Version Upgrade Section 2-6


IC103 (MA-132 board)
KY-572 board Calibration and Electrical Conductivity Check Section 2-2
Switching regulator Head Voltage Adjustment Section 2-4
Thermal head

1-6. Unleaded Solder

Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder
contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their
particular size.)

: LEAD FREE MARK

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. Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark.
. The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is
recommended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator.
. The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a
slightly longer time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too
long, so be careful.

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Section 2
Electrical Alignment

2-1. Procedure before and after 2-1-2. User Setting Check Procedure (After
Adjustment Adjustment)

Print out the record of user setting before performing the After completing the adjustment, reset this unit to the user
board replacement and adjustment. For the procedure of setting in the following procedure.
printing out the record, refer to Section 2-1-1.
If the history record of user setting cannot be printed due to Procedure
the failure of this unit, reset the unit to the factory setting
after performing the board replacement and adjustment. 1. Print out the setting of this unit.
(Refer to Section 2-1-3.) (Refer to steps 1 to 6 of Section 2-1-1.)
2. Compare the setting list printed in step 1 with the
setting list (used as reference) printed in step 6 of
2-1-1. Procedure of Printing the User Setting Section 2-1-1.
Record (Before Adjustment) n
If there is any difference between the settings, adjust to
Print out the top menu record of setting (last setting) and the reference setting using the jog dial.
the list of all setting in the following procedure. After If there is no difference, press the jog dial.
completing the board replacement and adjustment, if the (Setting is completed.)
setting is different from the contents of record printed 3. After adjusting the setting to the reference setting,
before adjustment, adjust the setting so that it becomes the press the jog dial.
same as the setting before adjustment. Complete the The adjusted setting is displayed on LCD.
procedure by adjusting the setting to the contents of top 4. Check that the contents of setting are correct, then
menu record. press the jog dial.

Procedure
2-1-3. Factory Setting
1. Turn on the [POWER]. “READY” is displayed on
LCD of this unit. Procedure
2. Press the [OPEN] button to open the door panel.
3. Set the thermal paper and close the door panel. 1. Turn on the [POWER] while pressing the [OPEN]
4. Press the jog dial. button.
5. Print out the record of the top menu (last setting) n
displayed on LCD. The beep sound is made immediately after turning on
6. Rotate the jog dial to display “MENU” on LCD, then the [POWER] and after that again.
press the jog dial. 2. Release the [OPEN] button, then press the [PRINT]
All settings are printed on the thermal paper. button.
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Be sure to keep the printed sheets (user setting) Press the [PRINT] button within 3 seconds after the
because they are used as the reference to check the second beep sound in step 1 is made.
setting after adjustment. 3. Check that this unit becomes the following state.
(Change to the factory setting)
(1) Backlight is off.
(2) Backlight lights in green.
(3) Backlight lights in red.
(4) Flashes two times automatically.
(5) Beep sound is made.

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2-2. Calibration and Electrical 8. Check the electrical conductivity of the [FEED]
Conductivity Check button.
Press the [FEED] button.
After replacing the KY-572 or MA-132 board, perform the The error beep sound is made.
calibration of brightness and contrast volumes, and n
perform the electrical conductivity check of each button. The electrical conductivity of other buttons can be
checked by calibration.
1. Turn on the power while pressing the [PRINT] button 9. Check the electrical conductivity of the [OPEN]
and [COPY] button simultaneously. button.
The service mode starts. Press the [OPEN] button.
n The front door is opened.
Do not release the [PRINT] button and [COPY] 10. Turn off the power.
button before the beep sound is made.
2. Press the jog dial two times.
“SVC” and then “PATAN” are displayed on LCD in
order.
3. Rotate the jog dial to display “BR:CAL”.
4. Press the jog dial.
The calibration mode of brightness starts.
(1) Rotate the BRIGHT volume fully to the left in the
state that “BR:LEF” is displayed on LCD, then
press the jog dial.
(2) Rotate the jog dial to display “BR:RIG” and rotate
the BRIGHT volume fully to the right in the state
that “BR:RIG” is displayed on LCD, then press
the jog dial.
(3) Rotate the jog dial to display “BR:CEN” and
return the BRIGHT volume to the center in the
state that “BR:CEN” is displayed on LCD, then
press the jog dial.
5. Rotate the jog dial to display “BACK”, then press the
jog dial.
6. Rotate the jog dial to display “CO:CAL”.
7. Press the jog dial.
The calibration mode of contrast starts.
(1) Rotate the CONT volume fully to the left in the
state that “CO:LEF” is displayed on LCD, then
press the jog dial.
(2) Rotate the jog dial to display “CO:RIG” and rotate
the CONT volume fully to the right in the state
that “CO:RIG” is displayed on LCD, then press
the jog dial.
(3) Rotate the jog dial to display “CO:CEN” and
return the CONT volume to the center in the state
that “CO:CEN” is displayed on LCD, then press
the jog dial.

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2-3. Brightness and Contrast 5. Adjust with 1RV503 and 1RV504 while checking the
Adjustment monitor until the specification is satisfied.
A E
After replacing the MA-132 board, perform the following
adjustment procedure. 12 21

09--14--18 09--13--18
Required equipment
B C D F G H
. Monitor B<A<D
. Digital voltmeter (A=C is ideal.)
F<E<H
. 10 step signal generator (E=G is ideal.)
(Equivalent to Tektronix 1410 (NTSC signal))
13 13
09--14--18 09--13--18
Connection =========== O K ! ===========

. Input signal: 10 step signal 6. Check that “OK” is displayed at the bottom of the
. Connect this unit and the monitor. screen.

Procedure

1. Reset this unit to the factory setting.


(Refer to Section 2-1-3.)
2. Rotate the jog dial to display “VOLME” on LCD, and
then press the [OPEN] button.
The adjustment mode starts.
3. Check that the CONTRAST volume and BRIGHT
volume are displayed at the center.

OK NG

4. An oblong-shaped frame is displayed almost at the


center of each step.

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2-4. Head Voltage Adjustment

After replacing the thermal head or the switching regulator, perform this adjustment.
n
Before starting the replacement, print out the stairstep test pattern which is used as the reference of
adjustment.
Before replacing the switching regulator, measure the voltage of TP302 on the MA-132 board and take a
note of the value.

State during adjustment Specification Adjustment point


. Input signal: None n 1RV201/ Switching
. Set the [POWER] switch to ON while Do not release the buttons before checking that regulator
pressing the [PRINT] and [COPY] the backlight blinks.
Switching regulator
buttons. (right side)
. When pressing the jog dial three times,
“SVC”, “PATAN”, and “PA:CRS” are
displayed in order. Rotate the jog dial in
this state to display “PASTP” and press
the jog dial.Then, the stairstep test pattern
is printed.

1
RV201

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Front

Test pattern

After replacing the switching regulator


Adjust 1RV201 so that the voltage becomes
the same as the voltage of TP302 measured
before adjustment.
Print out the stairstep test pattern after
adjustment and check that it is in the same level
as the test pattern printed before adjustment.

After replacing the head


Adjust 1RV201 so that the stairstep test
pattern becomes the same level as the test
pattern printed before adjustment.

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2-5. Initialization of Print Count History

After replacing the thermal head, perform the initialization of print count history.

State during adjustment Specification Adjustment point


. Input signal: None None
. Set the [POWER] switch to ON while
pressing the [PRINT] and [COPY]
buttons.
. When pressing the jog dial two times,
“SVC” and “PATAN” are displayed in
order. Rotate the jog dial in this state to
display “RESET” and press the jog dial.
“R:MENU” is displayed and rotate the Check that “RESET” is displayed.
jog dial. After displaying the “R:H.PRN”, The initialization of print count history is
then press the jog dial. completed (count becomes “0”).

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2-6. Firmware Version Upgrade Version upgrade

After replacing the MA-132 board or IC103 on the MA- 1. Start the version upgrade utility software.
132 board, be sure to perform the firmware version The version upgrade utility software screen is
upgrade. displayed.
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Never turn off the power during the firmware version 1
upgrade.
2
Required equipment
3
. Personal computer (hereafter referred to as PC)
(USB interface is mounted.) 4
OS: Windows 2000/XP
Driver: Driver software of UP-D897 is installed.
. Utility software for version upgrade 5
n
Download the adjustment utility software from the URL
described in the technical memo. 6
. Latest firmware
n
For information on obtaining the adjustment utility
software, firmware package file and the Software Install
Key, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.
. USB cable
Number Description
n
Use the cable of A-minB connector. 1 Model name to be upgraded
2 Search for the version upgrade model

Preparation 3 Check of version upgrade file information


4 Check of firmware version written in this unit
1. Remove the USB plate of the rear panel of this unit, 5 Write the firmware in IC103 on the MA-132 board.
then connect this unit and PC using the USB cable.
6 Status display window
2. Turn on the power of this unit and PC.
3. Install the driver software in PC.
2. Click the [INITIALIZE] button.
(Only when it is not installed.)
n
4. Copy the latest firmware to the directory same as the
In the case that the version upgrade utility software for
version upgrade utility.
the version upgrade of this unit is installed, the
[CHECK|VERSIONUP|FILE] and
[Get|VERSION] buttons are enabled. In case that the
cable is not connected or the version upgrade utility
software for the version upgrade of this unit is not
installed, the [CHECK|VERSIONUP|FILE] and
[Get|VERSION] buttons are disabled in gray out
state.
When the [CHECK|VERSIONUP|FILE] and
[Get|VERSION] buttons are in gray out state, check
the connection of PC and this unit, or the version
upgrade utility software.

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3. Click the [Get|VERSION] button. Procedure after completion of version upgrade
The installed firmware version is displayed.
1. Turn off the power of this unit and PC, and then
disconnect the USB cable.

Current version indication

4. Check or take a note of the version displayed in step 3.


5. Click the [CHECK|VERSIONUP|FILE] button.
The VUP file information is displayed on another
window.
6. Check the version and date to make sure that the
downloaded firmware is the latest version.
7. Click the [SEND|VERSIONUP|FILE] button.
The writing of firmware starts.
n
When the writing starts, the LED backlight changes
from staying lit to blinking, the beep sound is made.
After this, the writing is completed when the backlight
changes from blinking to staying lit.
8. Check that the writing is completed, and then turn the
power of this unit off and on again (restart).
9. Start the version upgrade utility software.
10. Click the [INITIALIZE] button.
11. Click the [Get|VERSION] button.
12. Make sure that the firmware is the latest version on the
utility screen.
13. Exit the version upgrade utility software.

UP-897MD 2-7
Section 3
Circuit Description

3-1. System Control Block 3-2-2. Platen Motor Control

3-1-1. Outline A platen driving stepping motor controls the forward


rotation/reverse rotation and rotation speed when IC202
System control is performed using IC104 controls driving transistors (Q603 to Q606).
(TMS320DM310ZHK22) on the MA-132 board. The
system control block consists of the following blocks.
IC202 Signal name State
. CPU block (ARM925)
. SDRAM control block Pin 46 PM_A1 L L H H

. External memory control block (Flash memory, etc.) Pin 47 PM_A2 H H L L


. DSP block (Image processing) Pin 92 PM_B1 L H H L
. External interface block (USB1.0, memory cards, Pin 93 PM_B2 H L L H
video encoder, and CCD interface) Forward rotation
Reverse rotation

SDRAM
VIDEO CCD SDRAM
IC CONTROLLER CONTROLLER NTSC/PAL
ENCODER VIDEO OUT 3-2-3. Thermal Head UP/DOWN Control
DMA
A thermal head UP/DOWN DC motor is driven using a
driving circuit (IC201 on the SE-768 board). The DC
USB
CORE
GPIO
motor can be rotated in the forward and reverse directions.
CPU I/O It is controlled by IC202. Two types of optical position
BLOCK
sensors (photo-interrupters PH201 and PH203 on the SE-
DSP
EXT MEM FLASH 768 board) detect the DC motor position and IC202 reads
INTERFACE ROM
it.

Block diagram of IC104


Operation of Head UP/DOWN Motor

3-1-2. Block Diagram of Electrical Block DC motor IC202 (pin 1) IC202 (pin 2) Operation
or CN204 or CN204
(pin 8) DCM_0 (pin 7) DCM_1
Refer to “Section 6 Block Diagram”.
Forward L H The thermal
rotation head is raised.
Reverse H L The thermal
3-2. Head/Mechanical Control Block rotation head is lowered.
Brake H H Stop
3-2-1. Outline Stop L L Stop

The thermal head/mechanical control block is the State of position sensor


circuit block of IC202 (CXD9182AGG) on the MA-
132 board. There is an external I/O block except the Position IC202 (pin 53) IC202 (pin 96) State
or CN204 (pin 3) or CN204 (pin 5)
thermal head/mechanical control block. HEAD_P_SENSE HEAD_P2_SENSE

PRINTING L H Printing
HOME H L Standby
(Usually)
DOOR H H Door
OPEN unlocked

UP-897MD 3-1
3-2-4. Monitoring of Door Sensor 3-2-6. Monitoring of Head Temperature
Sensor
The door position is read using an optical door position
sensor (photo-interrupter PH202 on the SE-768 board) by The change in the resistance value of a thermistor in a
IC202. thermal head is converted into a voltage and read using
IC202. The A/D-converted voltage value corrects the
State of door position sensor density (gamma), controls the head cooling fan motor, and
discriminates whether to clean the head.
Position IC202 (pin 87) or State
CN204 (pin 2)
DOOR_SENSE

CLOSE H The door is closed.


3-2-7. Control of Head Fan Motor (for Head
Cooling)
OPEN L The door is opened.

A head fan motor operates when IC202 controls driving


transistors (Q607 and Q608). The head fan motor is turned
3-2-5. Monitoring of Paper Sensor
on when the head temperature is more than approximately
62dC (cooling) or during printing.
Whether thermosensible paper is correctly set in this unit is
detected using two pairs of optical paper sensors (photo-
Operation of head fan motor
transistors Q102 and Q302 on the KY-572 and SE-769
boards) and read using IC202. IC202 (pin 94) HEAD_FAN Operation

L OFF
State of paper sensor
H ON
IC202 (pin 43) or IC202 (pin 175) or State
CN201 (pin 7) AD3 CN205 (pin 2) AD5
(PAPER_SENSE) (PP_EMP_SENSE)

H H Paper
L L No paper
H L No paper (Paper
exists in an eject
port and does not
exist in a tray.)
L H No paper (Paper
does not exist in
an eject port and
exists in a tray.)

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3-2-8. Read of Buttons 3-3. Video Circuit Block

The [PRINT], [OPEN], [COPY], [FEED], and jog dial 3-3-1. Outline
buttons on the front panel and the [REMOTE] button on
the rear panel are monitored. Each button (not including A composite video signal is input from the BNC connector
jog dial buttons UP and DOWN) is shifted to operation (VIDEO IN) to the MA-132 board. 75 Z termination is
after the falling of a signal is detected. Jog dial buttons UP turned on and off using a slide switch on the rear panel.
and DOWN are shifted to operation after the rising of a After that, a signal is input to a video circuit (IC501) for
signal is detected. sync separation, low-pass filter processing, brightness/
contrast, and AGC processing. The output signal is input
to an A/D converter. The digitized signal is read to a
IC202 Signal name Function
system control block.
Pin 7 KEY1 OPEN
Pin 98 KEY2 PRINT
Pin 55 KEY3 COPY 3-3-2. Control of Video Circuit Block
Pin 133 KEY4 FEED
Pin 6 JOG3 ENTER
A chroma trap filter, low-pass filter, and AGC are turned
on and off, and NTSC/PAL and THR/EE are switched
Pin 54 JOG_UP Rotates the jog dial upward.
using a general-purpose port of IC202, respectively.
Pin 97 JOG_DOWN Rotates the jog dial downward.

IC202 Signal name Function


PR
Q
JOG_UP Pin 29 TH/EE_OUT Switches TH/EE.
D
H: EE L: TH
JOG1
A Q
CLR Pin 76 NTSC/PAL_SW Switches NTSC/PAL.
H: NTSC L: PAL
JOG2
B
Pin 31 AGC_SW Turns on and
off AGC.
PR JOG_DOWN
D Q H: ON L: OFF

Q Pin 30 LPF_SW Turns on and


CLR off the low-pass filter.
H: ON L: OFF
Pin 115 TRAP_SW Turns on and
A
(JOG1) off the trap filter.
B H: ON L: OFF
(JOG2)

JOG_UP

JOG_DOWN
3-3-3. Control of Brightness and Contrast
UP rotation

Brightness and contrast are controlled by inputting the


A
(JOG1) voltage, obtained using a volume control on the front
B
(JOG2)
panel, to IC501 (BRIGHT: pin 38, CONTRAST: pin 39).
The gain of an internal video amplifier then changes and
JOG_UP
can be adjusted.
JOG_DOWN
DOWN rotation

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3-3-4. A/D and D/A Conversion 3-5. Thermal Head Block

The video signal output from a video circuit (IC501) is 3-5-1. Structure
converted into a digital signal using an A/D converter and
transferred to memory using a system control circuit A thermal head consists of 1280 dots (64 bits x 20) per
(IC104). The A/D-converted data is D/A-converted using line. There are twenty pairs of blocks below.
a video encoder in the system control circuit (IC104) and VH
input to a video circuit (IC501). After that, the data is
output to the BNC connector via the selector switch in a Output-stage
transistor
video circuit. In ordinary EE, instead of this path, data is
looped in a video circuit and output via the selector switch
described above. Data is output from a system control
circuit in the case of the scale change for which a video STROBE

signal is processed. LATCH D1 D2 D3 D64 Latch block

DATA Shift register


D1 D2 D3 D64
block
CLK
3-3-5. Clock Generation Circuit Block
Internal circuit configuration of thermal head
A clock of 23.04 MHz is generated as the sampling clock (corresponding to one port)

of a video signal using a clock circuit (IC509). The phase


Print data
of the clock generated using this clock circuit is adjusted to
DATA
the phase at the falling edge of an HD pulse (horizontal
64CLK
sync pulse) during image read operation. The read CLK
position can be always made constant when the phase
LATCH
relation between the HD pulse and clock is compensated.
Head heating time
STROBE

IC501 IC512
HD_OUT IC104 Timing chart
HD IC509 SYSTEM
VIDEO DELAY CLK_OUT
CLOCK IC CONTROLL
IC LINE
IC

23.04MHZ 3-5-2. Basic Operation


IC502
A/D
CONVERTER Each signal is input from IC202 to the thermal head for
IC
Clock generation circuit operations below.
(1) Print data is input to the shift register block in
synchronization with a CLK pulse. (64-bit data)
3-4. USB Interface (2) The data input in step (1) is moved from the shift
register block to the latch block when a latch pulse is
There is a USB1.0 interface (mini B connector) for input.
firmware rewrite operation. The USB1.0 interface is (3) When a STB pulse is input, the “H” and “L” data of a
controlled by IC104 (TMS320DM310ZHK22). Refer to latch block turn on and off an output-stage transistor
“2-6. Firmware Version Upgrade” for how to rewrite and a resistor is heated for the color development of
firmware. thermosensible paper.

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3-5-3. Temperature Correction

The print energy required for thermosensible paper


changes moment by moment due to the heating and
thermal storage of a thermal head during change in room
temperature or continuous printing. Therefore, the
corresponding correction is required. In this unit, IC202
measures the temperature change of a thermal head from
the internal thermistor of the thermal head. IC202 then
converts the temperature change into 8-bit head
temperature data and corrects the change in concentration
for the temperature on which gamma characteristics were
reflected. The concentration change can be corrected by
controlling the width of a STB pulse.

3-5-4. Correction of Resistor Count

The total current flowing through a thermal head differs in


the state where the resistors of the thermal head are all turn
on or partially turned on. Therefore, an error occurs in the
energy applied to each resistor. When print is made
without correcting an error, a stripe occurs in the print
result at the point where the number of resistors in which a
thermal head is turned on changes rapidly. A circuit that
corrects this stripe is incorporated into IC202.

UP-897MD 3-5
Section 4
Troubleshooting

4-1. Print result is not satisfactory

START

Is the video signal No


output to TP508 Failure of IC501 on the MA-132 board or
(AD_OUT) on the peripheral circuit
MA-132 board?

Yes

Is the video signal No


output from the data Failure of IC502 on the MA-132 board or
bus of IC502 on the peripheral circuit
MA-132 board?

Yes

Is the clock signal


No
output to 12-pin of IC502 Failure of IC509 on the MA-132 board or
and TP504 on the peripheral circuit
MA-132 board?

Yes

No
Is the test pattern print Failure of IC104, IC202, CN206 on the
result acceptable? MA-132 board or peripheral circuit

Failure of IC101, IC102, IC104 on the MA-132


board or peripheral circuit

UP-897MD 4-1
4-2. Print result density is too high or low

START

When the
CONTRAST volume
No
is set to center, is the Failure of IC504 on the MA-132 board or
reference voltage input peripheral circuit
to 39-pin of IC501 on
the MA-132 board?
Yes

When the BRIGHT


volume is set to center, No
Failure of IC504 on the MA-132 board or
is the reference voltage
peripheral circuit
input to 38-pin of IC501
on the MA-132 board?

Yes

When the thermal


head temperature is
No Failure of IC202/Q206 on the MA-132 board,
abnormal, is the voltage
peripheral circuit, 28-pin of CN206, or internal
(approx. 0.8 V to 1.3 V)
thermistor of thermal head
output to IC202 (88-pin)
on the MA-132 board?
Yes

Is the voltage of
approx. 2.5 V output to
No
18-pin (VRT) and approx. Failure of IC501 on the MA-132 board or
0.6 V output to 24-pin peripheral circuit
(VRB) of IC502 on the
MA-132 board?
Yes

Is the density of No
Abnormal voltage of thermal head or failure
stairstep print in the test
of CN206 on the MA-132 board
mode acceptable?

Yes

Failure of IC502 data bus or IC101/IC102 data bus


on the MA-132 board

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4-3. Trouble of determining presence or absence of paper

START

Is the signal from the


No
sensor input to 2-pin Failure of D202 on the SE-768 board
of CN205 on the Failure of Q302 on the SE-769 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Is the signal from the


No
sensor input to 7-pin Failure of Q101 on the KY-572 board
of CN201 on the Failure of D301 on the SE-769 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Failure of 43-pin and 175-pin of IC202 on the


MA-132 board

4-4. Thermal head UP/DOWN operation trouble

START

No
Does the head motor
Failure of IC201/Q201 on the SE-768 board
operate?

Yes

Is the signal from the No


sensor input to 3-pin and Failure of head position sensor or
5-pin of CN204 on the PH201/PH203 on the SE-768 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Failure of 53-pin and 96-pin of IC202 on the


MA-132 board

UP-897MD 4-3
4-5. Feed operation trouble

START

Yes
Has the fuse
Failure of fuse (F601) on the MA-132 board
(F601) blown?

No

Is the pulse signal


input to 2, 3, 4 and No
Failure of 46, 47, 92 and 93 pins of IC202
5 pins of IC601 on the on the MA-132 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Is the pulse signal input No


Failure of 15 to 18 pins of IC601 on the
to Q603 to Q606 base
MA-132 board
on the MA-132 board?

Yes

Is the signal output No


Failure of Q603 to Q606 peripheral circuits
from CN602 on the
and CN204 on the MA-132 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Failure of platen motor

4-6. Trouble of determining door open/close

START

Is the signal input to No


2-pin of CN204 on the Failure of PH202 on the SE-768 board
MA-132 board?

Yes

Failure of 87-pin of IC202 on the MA-132 board

4-4 UP-897MD
Section 5
Service Mode (Self-diagnosis Function)

5-1. Startup Procedure

1. Turn on the power while pressing the [COPY] button and [PRINT] button.
2. Check that the backlight starts blinking after approximately 3 seconds, and then release each button.
The service mode starts.

5-2. Service Mode Menu

When the unit is activated in service mode, the “SVC” menu is added one line above the “BEEP” menu.
Press the jog dial in this “SVC” menu and rotate it up and down to display the item to be diagnosed, and
then press it again. For the details of each item, refer to the following sections.
When the unit is activated in service mode, the time out function does not work. Therefore the unit does
not exit the menu mode for approximately 20 seconds without any button operation.
READY → SVC → PATAN Test pattern print (Refer to Section 5-3.)
↑↓
SV.QTY Test pattern print count (Refer to Section 5-4.)
LCD LCD lighting test (Refer to Section 5-5.)
LIGHT LED lighting test (Refer to Section 5-6.)
CO:CAL CONTR volume calibration (Refer to Section 5-7.)
BR:CAL BRIGHT volume calibration (Refer to Section 5-7.)
LPF Switching of low-pass filter (Refer to Section 5-8.)
LOG Log print (Refer to Section 5-8.)
RESET Initialization of setting (Refer to Section 5-9.)
QTY.C Continuous switching of number of printed sheets (Refer to Section 5-11.)
RMCAP Capture timing of REMOTE (Refer to Section 5-12.)
TEMP Temperature indication (Refer to Section 5-10.)
TMODE Disabled even being switched
BACK Returns to SVC
AGC
:
The usual menu continues.

5-3. Test Pattern Printing

Select the test pattern and press the jog dial to start the printing.
The preset number of test patterns are printed by setting the print count previously in “SV.QTY”.
To interrupt the printing, press the [FEED] button or [OPEN] button.
When adjusting the head voltage, perform in the following conditions.
. Set “GAMMA” to “GA-2”.
PATAN PA:FF All white
: Gray
PA:00 All black
PA:W/B White in the left half, black in the right half
PA:B/W Black in the left half, white in the right half
PA:FFh All white (large size)
: Gray (large size)
PA:00h All black (large size)
PA:STP Stairstep
PA:CRS Cross step
BACK Returns to PATAN

UP-897MD 5-1
PA-CRS (cross step) PA-STP (stairstep) PA:00h

PA:3Fh PA:7Fh PA:BFh

PA:FFh PA:B/W PA:W/B

5-2 UP-897MD
PA:00 PA:3F PA:7F

PA:BF PA:FF

5-4. Test Pattern Print Count 5-5. LCD Lighting Check

Set the print count of the test pattern printing (PATAN). Check the portion that is not lit by fully lighting the LCD.
SV.QTY SQ C When setting the count to the LCD (full lighting) Check if it is lit.
continuous printing. Returns to LCD when the jog dial is
S.Q 9 When setting the count to “9”. pressed.
: BACK Returns to LCD.
S.Q:1 When setting the count to “1”.
BACK Returns to SV.QTY.

LCD (full lighting)

UP-897MD 5-3
5-6. LED Lighting Check 5-9. Log Printing

Check if the backlight of the LCD is lit. The print count or error log is printed. Set the printing
paper in the paper tray.
LIGHT LI:RCV (LCD lights in green.) LOG LO:OK The log is printed by pressing the jog dial.
LI:AMB Check if the backlight of the LCD BACK Returns to LOG.
lights in amber.
==== LOG ====
LI:GRN Check if the backlight of the LCD Ver.1.00 Jul 27 2005 19:44:37 1
lights in green.
T.PRN 200 2
BACK Returns to LIGHT.
H.PRN 100 3
T.ON 10 4
F.ON 10 5
H.TEMP 30.7 6
5-7. Front Panel Volume Calibration 1.1501 50 29.4
2.1302 20 27.9
3.0000 0 0.0
Perform the calibration of the CONTR volume and 4.0000 0 0.0 7
BRIGHT volume. Perform this calibration when replacing 5.0000 0 0.0
6.0000 0 0.0
the flexible flat cable connecting the KY-572 board or
7.0000 0 0.0
MA-132 board. Each volume is adjustable at three points: 8.0000 0 0.0
left, center and right.

CO:CAL CO:RIG Press the jog dial in the state that the
CONTR volume is fully rotated to the
right.
CO:CEN Press the jog dial in the state that the 1 Firmware version, date and time it is created
CONTR volume is at the center click 2 T.PRN: Total print count
position. 3 H.PRN: Head total print count
CO:LEF Press the jog dial in the state that the 4 T.ON: Total power ON time (unit: hour)
CONTR volume is fully rotated to the 5 F.ON: Total fan ON time (unit: hour)
left. 6 H.TEMP: Maximum head temperature (unit: dC)
BACK Returns to CO:CAL. 7 Error log: The eight error logs can be saved.
BR:CAL BR:RIG Press the jog dial in the state that the 1: The latest log, 8: The oldest log
BRIGHT volume is fully rotated to From the left: Error ID, total print count at
the right. the time of error, head
BR:CEN Press the jog dial in the state that the temperature at the time of
BRIGHT volume is at the center click error
position.
BR:LEF Press the jog dial in the state that the
BRIGHT volume is fully rotated to
the left.
BACK Returns to BR:CAL.

5-8. Low-Pass Filter

The switching of a low-pass filter circuit in IC501 on the


MA-132 board is set. The factory setting is “LP:OFF”.
LPF LP:ON When setting a low-pass filter to ON
LP:OFF When setting a low-pass filter to OFF
BACK Returns to LPF.

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Error ID

ID Factor

1102h Head cannot be moved from home position to printing position. (During printing)
1103h Head cannot be moved from home position to printing position. (During feeding)
1105h Head cannot be moved from home position to printing position. (During cleaning)
1204h Head cannot be moved from home position to door open position. (During door open)
1301h Head cannot be moved from printing position to home position. (During mechanical initialization)
1302h Head cannot be moved from printing position to home position. (During printing)
1303h Head cannot be moved from printing position to home position. (During feeding)
1305h Head cannot be moved from printing position to home position. (During cleaning)
1401h Head cannot be moved from door open position to home position. (During mechanical initialization)
1404h Head cannot be moved from door open position to home position. (During door open)
1501h Head cannot be moved from arbitrary position to any of the positions (printing/home/door open). (During mechanical initialization)
2100h Thermistor is shorted. (Abnormally high temperature)
2200h Head is not connected. (Abnormally low temperature)
2300h Preheat time out
2400h Cool down time out
3100h Front paper sensor detects “no paper” during printing.
5100h Print pulse time out
6101h Prestart time out
6102h Paper feed before printing time out

5-10. Initialization of Setting 5-11. Switching of Continuous Setting (C)


in Number of Printed Sheets (QTY)
RESET R:ALL Resets the unit to the factory
setting. It is switched whether to display “QT.C” for continuous
R:FAN Resets the fan ON time. print setting in a “QTY” menu.
This is performed when replacing The factory setting is “Q.C:OFF”.
the fan. QTY.C Q.C:ON When enabling the selection of
R.H.PRN Resets the print count record to “0”. continuous printing
This is performed when the head is Q.C:OFF When disabling the selection of
replaced. continuous printing
R:MENU Initializes the contents that are set BACK Returns to QTY.C.
in the menu.
BACK Returns to RESET.
5-12. Switching of REMOTE capture
timing

The timing from when a PRINT signal is input to the


REMOTE terminal on the front panel until it is captured is
switched.
The factor setting is “RM:NOR”.
RMCAP RM:JST Just mode
RM:NOR Normal mode
BACK Returns to RMCAP.

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5-13. Temperature Indication

The current temperature data is displayed.


Example)
TEMP H.T:30.5 Head temperature: 30.5 dC
BACK Returns to TEMP.

5-14. Switching of Toshiba Mode

It is switched whether to display Toshiba-dedicated view


angles “SC:T1” and “SC:T2” in a “SCAN” menu. The
contents of setting in a menu are reset during switching.
TMODE TM:ON When enabling the selection of a
Toshiba-dedicated view angle
TM:OFF When disabling the selection of a
Toshiba-dedicated view angle
BACK Returns to TMODE.

5-15. FEED Operation

When the [FEED] button is pressed in the state that the


paper tray is open, the stepping motor is activated and the
platen rotates in the paper eject direction.

5-16. Menu Lock

This is the function to prohibit the change of the setting from


the menu and disable the switching of the front volume. It is
disabled only when the unit is started normally.

Lock/Release Procedure
Turn on the power while pressing the jog dial. After
checking that a beep sound is made after approximately 3
seconds, release the button. When the lock is activated,
“LOCK” is displayed on the LCD and when the lock is
released, “UNLOK” is displayed on the LCD. If the jog
dial or the front volume is operated when the lock is
activated, a “beep” alarm sound is made and “LOCK” is
displayed on the LCD.

5-6 UP-897MD
Section 6
Spare Parts

6-1. Notes on Repair Parts

1. Safety Related Components Warning


w
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of
replacement.

2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts common-
ality and improvement.
Parts list has the present standardized repair parts.

3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.

4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
In need of repair, get components shown in the list and
repair using them.

5. Symbol
Protective earth (ground)
To identify any terminal which is intended
for connection to an external conductor for
protection against electric shock in case of a
fault, or the terminal of a protective earth
(ground) electrode.

UP-897MD 6-1
Cover and Chassis Block

6-2. Exploded Views 2


12

12

A
12
B

To
To switching
regulator To SE-769
SE-768 C
To stepping
motor
BVTT
2.6 x 6

P3 x 10

10
4
5 PS
3x6
BTP
3x6

7 C 11
6
9 PS
3
LW6 3x6
N6

PS
3x6
BVTT
2.6 x 6

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


1 A-1078-887-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MA-132(A) 12 4-886-821-11 s SCREW,M3X6 CASE (SILVER)
2 X-3698-532-3 s SUB ASSY, TOP COVER
3 ! 1-468-934-11 s REGULATOR, SWITCHING
4 1-787-426-11 s FAN, DC (40 SQUARE) 7-623-425-07 s WASHER LW 6 (TYPE B)
5 3-857-727-02 s ROD,POWER SW (for UC2/CED/SYN)
7-682-149-04 s SCREW +P 3X10 (EP-FE/CU,NI,CR)
6 3-857-731-01 s STOPPER, SW ROD 7-682-647-09 s SCREW +PS 3X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
7 3-857-732-01 s BUTTON, POWER 7-684-026-04 s NUT M6 TYPE2 (EP-FE/ZN/CM2)
8 3-857-734-01 s FOOT (for UC2/CED/SYN)
9 3-857-736-01 s SHIELD, SW 7-685-546-14 s SCREW +BTP 3X8
10 3-903-670-01 s PLATE, SHIELD(ANALOG)
7-685-862-09 s SCREW,+BVTT 2.6X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
11 3-990-273-01 s TERMINAL, P.E.
(for UC2/CED/SYN)

6-2 UP-897MD
Front Panel Block

104

105
102

103
101

108

107

BVTT
2.6 x 4

BVTT
2.6 x 4

106

No. Part No. SP Description


101 X-3608-993-2 s FRONT PANEL ASSY(A)
102 1-780-223-11 s CONDUCTIVE BOARD, CONNECTION
103 1-805-786-11 s DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL
104 1-831-138-11 s CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (24CORE)
105 3-713-791-45 s TAPPING SCREW M1.7
106 3-857-733-11 s PANEL,DOOR
107 3-863-111-02 s CUTTER
108 3-863-112-01 s KNOB,ROTARY

7-685-860-09 s SCREW,+BVTT 2.6X4(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)

UP-897MD 6-3
Mecha Deck Block 1

BVTT
2.6 x 6

A
PSW3 x 8
B BVTT
2.6 x 6
212

203

217
208

209 BVTT
2.6 x 6
205

206
216 202
PS3 x 6
213 W2.3 W2.3
F
219

215 PS3 x 4
K
218 E

204 BVTT
2.6 x 6
BVTT
BVTT 2.6 x 6
211 207
2.6 x 4 214

A
BVTT
2.6 x 6
210
F

K
E

B BVTT
211 2.6 x 6

201

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


201 A-1078-892-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-768 213 3-857-753-03 s CAM(L)
202 X-3608-983-1 s SUB ASSY,TENSION ARM 214 3-857-754-03 s CAM(R)
203 X-3608-987-3 s ASSY,HEAT SINK 215 3-857-755-03 s GEAR,CAM
204 X-3608-991-5 s ASSY, PAPER HOLDER
205 X-3704-803-1 s SUB ASSY,DC MOTOR(RP) 216 3-857-757-01 s ROLLER,TENSION
217 3-857-783-04 s SUPPORT(FFC)
206 1-479-084-11 s HEAD, THERMAL (LVE6426SS) 218 3-986-503-01 s SPRING, TORSION
207 1-787-289-11 s MOTOR, STEPPING 219 3-986-932-01 s SPRING,MOTOR TENSION(1N)S
208 1-830-214-21 s CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (26 CORE)
209 1-830-215-21 s CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (28 CORE)
210 1-963-347-12 s HARNESS, MA-SE768 3-669-596-00 s WASHER,2.3 (PLA)
7-682-645-04 s ISO SCREW+PS3X4 CR-N (13)
211 3-857-741-01 s BEARING 7-682-647-09 s SCREW +PS 3X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
212 3-857-749-01 s SPRING,HEAD(10N) 7-682-948-01 s SCREW +PSW 3X8

6-4 UP-897MD
Mecha Deck Block 2

B
C

310 A
C 307 305

316
311
315
306
314
302
W2.3

308
W2.3
309 308

W2.3

B 303

313

312 309
304

301

BVTT
2.6 x 6

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


301 A-1078-894-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-769 311 3-857-760-01 s SHAFT,FULCRUM
302 X-3608-983-1 s SUB ASSY,TENSION ARM 312 3-857-762-01 s PLATEN
303 X-3608-984-1 s SUB ASSY,MD DOOR 313 3-857-763-03 s PULLEY,PLATEN
304 1-963-348-12 s HARNESS, MA-SE769 314 3-857-770-01 s SPRING,DOOR EXTENSION(4N)
305 3-080-203-31 s SCREW(M2X4),LOCK ACE,P2 315 3-863-631-01 s SPRING,DOOR OPEN(C)
306 3-857-743-01 s GEAR,DUMPER 316 3-973-975-31 s DAMPER, OIL
307 3-857-747-01 s SPACER,FULCRUM
308 3-857-757-01 s ROLLER,TENSION
309 3-857-758-01 s BEARING,PLATEN 3-669-596-00 s WASHER,2.3 (PLA)
310 3-857-759-02 s PULLEY,FULCRUM 7-685-862-09 s SCREW,+BVTT 2.6X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)

UP-897MD 6-5
Mecha Deck Block 3

402
G

C 412

H
B
410
406

401 412
W2.3

W2.3 408 D

405
W2.3
C
411
A J
W2.3
409 410

W2.3
D
G
J
B

404 405

407

403

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


401 X-3608-985-1 s SUB ASSY,DOOR LOCK 411 3-986-931-01 s SPRING,LOCK(1.3N)S
402 X-3608-986-2 s SUB ASSY,PINCH ARM 412 3-990-805-01 s SPRING,PINCH(7.5N)
403 3-854-457-01 s TIMING BELT(220TN10-5.0T)
404 3-857-739-01 s TIMMING BELT(140TN10-4.0T)
405 3-857-741-01 s BEARING 3-669-596-00 s WASHER,2.3 (PLA)
7-685-860-09 s SCREW,+BVTT 2.6X4(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
406 3-857-744-01 s GEAR,IDLER
407 3-857-746-02 s PULLEY,IDLER
408 3-857-750-03 s WORM WHEEL
409 3-857-751-03 s GEAR,REDUCTION(S)
410 3-863-629-01 s LEAF SPRING(HEAD)

6-6 UP-897MD
6-3. Electrical Parts List
---------------- ----------------
KY-572(A)G BOARD MA-132(A)G BOARD
---------------- ----------------
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
C101 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B 1pc A-1159-430-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MA-132(A)G
C102 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C103 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B BZ201 1-544-886-11 s BUZZER, PIEZOELECTRIC
C104 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C105 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B C1 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C101 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C106 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B C102 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C107 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B C103 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C108 1-165-128-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/16V F C104 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C109 1-165-128-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/16V F
C110 1-165-128-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/16V F C105 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C106 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
CN101 1-817-368-61 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (ZIF) 24P C107 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012)
C108 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
D101 6-501-137-01 s DIODE CL-375TD/SYG-D-TS C110 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012)
EN101 1-477-089-31 s ENCODER (ROTARY) C111 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C112 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012)
IC101 8-759-465-98 s IC BU9728AKV-E2 C113 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C114 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
Q102 6-550-988-01 s TRANSISTOR CPT-184S-C-TS-BCD C115 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
R101 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) C116 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
R105 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608) C117 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
R106 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) C118 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
R107 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) C120 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
R108 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) C121 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
RV101 1-227-680-12 s RESISTOR, VAR, CARBON 10K C123 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
RV102 1-227-680-12 s RESISTOR, VAR, CARBON 10K C124 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C127 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
S101 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE C128 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
S102 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE C129 1-125-837-91 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V
S103 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE
S104 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE C130 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C132 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
VDR101 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608) C133 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
VDR102 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608) C134 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
VDR103 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608) C135 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C136 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C137 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C138 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C139 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C140 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C141 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C142 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C143 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C144 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C145 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C147 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C149 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C150 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C152 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C153 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C155 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C156 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C157 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C158 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C159 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C160 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C161 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C162 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C163 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF
C164 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF

UP-897MD 6-7
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) (MA-132(A)G BOARD)
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
C166 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C249 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C167 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C250 1-165-870-21 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF(6.3X6)
C168 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C251 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C169 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C252 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C170 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C253 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C171 1-164-847-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 7PF/50V C254 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C172 1-164-847-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 7PF/50V C255 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C173 1-164-844-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 4PF/50V C256 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C175 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2.2MF C257 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C176 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C258 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C177 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C259 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C178 1-164-844-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 4PF/50V C260 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C179 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C261 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C180 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF C262 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C181 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C263 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C182 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C264 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C183 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C265 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C184 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C266 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C186 1-125-837-91 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V C267 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C187 1-165-872-21 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 47MF C268 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C188 1-165-872-21 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 47MF C269 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C201 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C270 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C202 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C271 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C203 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C272 1-125-837-91 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V
C204 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF C273 1-165-872-21 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 47MF
C205 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C274 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C206 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C275 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C207 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C276 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C208 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C277 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C209 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C278 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C210 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C279 1-164-858-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V
C211 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C280 1-164-858-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V
C212 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C281 1-164-858-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V
C213 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C282 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C214 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C283 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C215 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C284 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C216 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C285 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C217 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C286 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C218 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C287 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C219 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C288 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C220 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C289 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C223 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C290 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C224 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C291 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C225 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C292 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C226 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C293 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C227 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C294 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C231 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C295 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C232 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C296 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C233 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C297 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C235 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C298 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C237 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C299 1-164-866-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 47PF/50
C238 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C300 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C239 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V C301 1-165-870-21 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF(6.3X6)
C240 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C302 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C241 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V C303 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608
C245 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C304 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608
C246 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C305 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608
C247 1-125-837-91 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V C308 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V
C248 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C309 1-100-276-21 s CAP, ELECT 22MF (5.0X6.5)

6-8 UP-897MD
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) (MA-132(A)G BOARD)
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
C310 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C543 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C311 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C544 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C312 1-165-870-21 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF(6.3X6) C546 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C314 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C549 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C315 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C551 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
C316 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C552 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C317 1-165-870-21 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF(6.3X6) C553 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C318 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C554 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C319 1-100-276-21 s CAP, ELECT 22MF (5.0X6.5) C555 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C320 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C556 1-162-918-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 18PF/50V CH
C321 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C557 1-162-918-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 18PF/50V CH
C322 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF C601 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C323 1-100-165-21 s CAP, ELECT 47MF (8X7) C727 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C324 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608 C2003 1-165-128-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/16V F
C325 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608 C2004 1-165-128-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/16V F
C421 1-126-394-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP) C2005 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C422 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C2006 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V
C501 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)
C502 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF CN101 1-815-429-11 s JACK (SMD)
C503 1-126-390-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/6.3V(105) CN102 1-784-254-11 s CONNECTOR 10P
CN103 1-794-962-11 s CONNECTOR, SQUARE TYPE 5P
C504 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V CN201 1-779-336-61 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 24P
C505 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B CN204 1-766-376-11 o PIN, CONNECTOR (1.5MM)(SMD) 9P
C506 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C507 1-126-390-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/6.3V(105) CN206 1-784-877-11 s CONNECTOR,FFC(LIF(NON-ZIF))28P
C508 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF CN302 1-784-876-21 s CONNECTOR,FFC(LIF(NON-ZIF))26P
CN401 1-779-328-61 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 8P
C509 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF CN501 1-691-431-11 s CONNECTOR ASSY, BNC
C510 1-100-670-11 s CAPACITOR, CHIP CERAMIC 4.7MF
C511 1-165-870-21 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF(6.3X6) D101 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C512 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D102 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C513 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D103 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
D201 8-719-421-67 s DIODE MA132WK
C514 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D202 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C515 1-164-935-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 470PF
C516 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH D204 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C517 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B D205 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C518 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B D206 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
D207 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C519 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105) D208 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C520 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C521 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D209 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C522 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B D210 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C523 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D211 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
D212 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C524 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B D302 8-719-066-98 s DIODE RB051L-40
C525 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C526 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105) D401 8-719-421-67 s DIODE MA132WK
C527 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF D501 8-719-106-43 s DIODE RD9.1M-B1
C528 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B D502 8-719-106-43 s DIODE RD9.1M-B1
D503 8-719-106-43 s DIODE RD9.1M-B1
C529 1-165-871-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF D504 8-719-106-43 s DIODE RD9.1M-B1
C530 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C531 1-165-871-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF D505 8-719-820-41 s DIODE 1SS302
C532 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C) D601 8-719-210-33 s DIODE EC10DS2 (RECTI)
C533 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C) D602 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
D603 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
C534 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C) D604 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
C535 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C)
C536 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C) D605 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
C537 1-100-352-91 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 1MF B (1608) D606 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
C538 1-162-968-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4700PF/50V B D607 8-719-104-34 s DIODE 1S2836
C539 1-104-607-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/16V(105C) F601 ! 1-576-212-21 s FUSE CHIP 1.25A (6125)
C540 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF
C541 1-109-994-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF B FB101 1-414-445-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)
C542 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B FB102 1-414-445-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

UP-897MD 6-9
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) (MA-132(A)G BOARD)
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
FB103 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 IC501 8-753-218-19 s IC CXA2169Q-T4
FB104 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 IC502 8-752-371-18 s IC CXD2302Q
FB105 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 IC503 6-803-271-01 s IC SN74LVC1G04DCKR
FB201 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 IC504 8-759-337-40 s IC NJM2904V(TE2)
FB202 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 IC509 8-759-287-50 s IC CXD8932Q
FB203 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) IC510 6-705-771-01 s IC SN74LVC1G32DCKR
FB204 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) IC511 6-705-771-01 s IC SN74LVC1G32DCKR
FB205 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) IC512 8-759-297-58 s IC DS1000Z-50
FB206 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) IC513 8-759-649-33 s IC SN74AHCT1G08DCKR
FB207 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) IC601 8-759-549-20 s IC SN74LV541APWR
FB208 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) JC103 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
FB209 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) JC201 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
FB210 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
FB211 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) L103 1-410-381-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 10UH (3225)
FB212 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) L104 1-410-381-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 10UH (3225)
L301 1-424-653-11 s COIL,CHOKE 10UH
FB213 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) L305 1-469-828-11 s INDUCTOR 100UH
FB214 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) L306 1-424-653-11 s COIL,CHOKE 10UH
FB215 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
FB216 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) L307 1-424-653-11 s COIL,CHOKE 10UH
FB217 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
Q101 8-729-901-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC124EK
FB218 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q102 8-729-028-73 s TRANSISTOR DTA114EUA-T106
FB220 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q103 8-729-120-28 s TRANSISTOR 2SC1623-L5L6
FB221 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q104 8-729-901-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC124EK
FB222 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q203 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE
FB223 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
Q204 8-729-928-90 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EE
FB224 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q205 8-729-928-90 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EE
FB225 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q206 6-550-139-01 s TRANSISTOR IMZ1A-T108
FB226 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q208 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE
FB227 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q210 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE
FB228 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012
Q211 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE
FB252 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q301 6-550-139-01 s TRANSISTOR IMZ1A-T108
FB253 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 Q302 8-729-053-92 s TRANSISTOR 2SB1424-T100-QR
FB254 1-414-813-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR(CHIP TYPE) 2012 Q401 8-729-928-90 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EE
FB255 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q402 8-729-230-27 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1213Y-TE12L
FB256 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE)
Q501 8-729-928-90 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EE
FB257 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q502 8-729-927-99 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4617R
FB501 1-414-760-21 s INDUCTOR, MICRO (CHIP TYPE) Q503 8-729-901-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC124EK
FB502 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) Q504 8-729-901-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC124EK
FB503 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) Q601 8-729-140-75 s TRANSISTOR 2SD999-CLOCK
IC101 6-708-493-01 s IC HY57V281620ETP-HDR Q602 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC102 6-708-493-01 s IC HY57V281620ETP-HDR Q603 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC105 6-702-688-01 s IC M24C64-WMN6T(B) Q604 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC106 8-759-649-45 o IC SN74AHC1G04DCKR Q605 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC107 6-705-771-01 s IC SN74LVC1G32DCKR Q606 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC109 6-706-712-01 s IC BD45401G Q607 8-729-140-75 s TRANSISTOR 2SD999-CLOCK
IC110 6-703-671-01 o IC BR9040F-WE2 Q608 8-729-017-80 s TRANSISTOR 2SD992-Z
IC201 6-705-868-01 s IC XC2173S01XMR
IC203 6-705-771-01 s IC SN74LVC1G32DCKR R1 1-218-863-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608)
IC204 8-759-549-23 s IC SN74LV74APWR R2 1-218-847-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W (1608)
R3 1-218-855-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(1608)
IC205 8-759-277-63 s IC TC7W14FU (TE12R) R4 1-218-859-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(1608)
IC206 8-759-337-40 s IC NJM2904V(TE2) R5 1-218-863-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608)
IC207 8-759-669-48 s IC LM324PWR-12
IC208 8-759-564-49 s IC TC7W53FU-TE12R R6 1-218-855-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(1608)
IC209 6-706-704-01 s IC TLV3402IDGKR R7 1-218-859-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(1608)
R8 1-218-847-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W (1608)
IC301 6-700-394-01 s IC BA25BC0FP-TE2 R101 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
IC302 6-706-191-01 s IC BD9701FP-E2 R102 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
IC303 6-700-792-01 s IC NJM78M09DL1A(TE1)
IC304 6-705-879-01 s IC XC62EP1602MR
IC305 8-759-234-08 s IC TA78L05F

6-10 UP-897MD
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) (MA-132(A)G BOARD)
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
R103 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R174 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005)
R104 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R177 1-220-174-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 200 1/16W(1005)
R105 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R199 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608)
R106 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R201 1-218-955-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K
R107 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R202 1-218-955-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K
R108 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R203 1-218-894-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 91K 1/10W (1608)
R109 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R204 1-218-856-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.4K 1/10W(1608)
R110 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R205 1-218-889-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/10W(1608)
R111 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608 R206 1-218-887-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/10W (1608)
R112 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608) R207 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R113 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608 R208 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005)
R114 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608) R209 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R115 1-220-880-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 27 (1005) R210 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R116 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R211 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R118 1-220-880-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 27 (1005) R212 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R121 1-218-955-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K R213 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R125 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R214 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R126 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R215 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R127 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R216 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R128 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R217 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005)
R129 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R218 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R130 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R219 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R131 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R220 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/10W (1608)
R132 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R221 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R133 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R222 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R134 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R223 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R135 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608) R224 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005)
R136 1-208-688-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.6K1/16W 1005 R225 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608
R137 1-208-688-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.6K1/16W 1005 R226 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608
R138 1-208-688-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.6K1/16W 1005 R227 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R139 1-208-697-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.9K 1/16W(1005) R228 1-218-955-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K
R140 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R229 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R143 1-218-989-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W (1005) R231 1-208-683-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 1K 1/16W (1005)
R144 1-218-945-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 220 1/16W(1005) R232 1-208-855-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W (1005)
R145 1-218-969-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005) R233 1-208-715-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005)
R146 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608) R235 1-218-945-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 220 1/16W(1005)
R147 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R236 1-218-892-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75K 1/10W (1608)
R148 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R237 1-218-887-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/10W (1608)
R149 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R238 1-218-895-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/10W(1608)
R150 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R239 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R152 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R240 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R153 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R241 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R154 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R244 1-218-861-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.9K 1/10W(1608)
R155 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R245 1-218-973-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W (1005)
R156 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R246 1-218-969-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005)
R157 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R247 1-218-969-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005)
R158 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R249 1-208-709-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 12K 1/16W (1005)
R159 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/10W(1608) R250 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608
R161 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R251 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R162 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R252 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R163 1-216-849-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 220K 1/16W 1608 R253 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R164 1-218-875-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/10W (1608) R254 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R165 1-218-875-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/10W (1608) R255 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R166 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R256 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R168 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R258 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R169 1-208-687-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 1.5K 1/16W (1005 R260 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R170 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R261 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R172 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R262 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W
R173 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) R263 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W

UP-897MD 6-11
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) (MA-132(A)G BOARD)
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
R264 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R537 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/10W (1608)
R266 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R539 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R268 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R540 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R273 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R541 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R274 1-218-887-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/10W (1608) R542 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R275 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R543 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R278 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R544 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R279 1-208-643-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/16W (1005) R545 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R281 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R546 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R282 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R547 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R284 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R548 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R302 1-219-365-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP R549 1-218-937-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47
R305 1-218-282-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 1/2W (4532) R562 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608)
R307 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608) R563 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608)
R308 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608) R564 1-216-857-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/10W(1608)
R309 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R565 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R310 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R566 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R311 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R567 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R312 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R573 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R313 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R575 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R314 1-218-869-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/10W(1608) R578 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R315 1-218-859-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(1608) R582 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R318 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608) R583 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R319 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W 1608 R584 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R320 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R601 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608)
R321 1-242-967-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.0 (1005) R602 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W 1608
R415 1-208-699-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1005) R603 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R417 1-208-855-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W (1005) R604 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W 1608
R418 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608 R605 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R419 1-208-927-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W(1005) R606 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W 1608
R501 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R607 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R503 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R608 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W 1608
R504 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/10W(1608) R609 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W 1608
R505 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/10W(1608) R610 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R506 1-218-879-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W (1608) R611 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608
R507 1-218-871-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608) R612 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R508 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/10W(1608) R613 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R509 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/10W(1608) R614 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R510 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/10W(1608) R615 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R511 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R616 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R512 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608) R617 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R513 1-218-871-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608) R618 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R515 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608) R619 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R516 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608) R620 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R517 1-218-871-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608) R621 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R518 1-218-869-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/10W(1608) R622 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R519 1-218-863-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(1608) R623 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R520 1-218-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 390 1/10W (1608) R624 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W 1608
R521 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R625 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W 1608
R523 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R626 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R524 1-216-857-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/10W(1608) R627 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608)
R525 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608 R628 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W (1608)
R526 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608) R2000 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R527 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2001 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R528 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2002 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R529 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2003 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R530 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2004 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R533 1-218-841-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 560 1/10W (1608) R2005 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R534 1-218-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 390 1/10W (1608) R2006 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608

6-12 UP-897MD
------------
(MA-132(A)G BOARD) SE-768 BOARD
------------
Ref. No. Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
R2007 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 1pc A-1078-892-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-768
R2008 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R2009 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 C201 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
R2010 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 C202 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
R2011 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 C203 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
C204 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
R2012 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 C205 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B
R2013 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R2014 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 C206 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)
R2015 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R2016 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 CN201 1-766-376-11 o PIN, CONNECTOR (1.5MM)(SMD) 9P
CN202 1-695-320-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (2P)(SMD)(1.5MM)
R2017 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R2018 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 D202 8-719-052-25 s LED CL-200IR-X-TU-BC
R2019 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
R2020 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 IC201 8-759-694-62 s IC TA8428F(EL)
R2021 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608
PH201 8-719-052-69 s PHOTO INTERRUPTER RPI-352
R2022 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/10W 1608 PH202 8-719-052-69 s PHOTO INTERRUPTER RPI-352
PH203 8-719-052-69 s PHOTO INTERRUPTER RPI-352
RB101 1-234-378-11 s RES, NETWORK 10KX4 (1005)
RB102 1-234-378-11 s RES, NETWORK 10KX4 (1005) Q201 8-729-140-75 s TRANSISTOR 2SD999-CLOCK
RB103 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005)
RB104 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R201 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
RB105 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R202 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R203 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608)
RB106 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R204 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608
RB107 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R205 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608
RB108 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005)
RB109 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R206 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608
RB110 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R207 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608
R208 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608
RB111 1-234-372-11 s RES, NETWORK 100X4 (1005) R209 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608
R210 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/10W 1608
RV503 1-225-895-11 s RESISTOR ADJ.CERMET(3TYPE)1K
RV504 1-225-895-11 s RESISTOR ADJ.CERMET(3TYPE)1K R211 1-218-622-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 47/1W (6331)
R212 1-218-622-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 47/1W (6331)
RY501 1-755-380-21 s RELAY R213 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/10W(1608)
R214 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/10W 1608
S501 1-553-510-11 s SWITCH, SLIDE R216 1-218-622-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 47/1W (6331)
TP206 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR) R217 1-218-622-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 47/1W (6331)
TP207 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP301 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR) VDR201 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)
TP305 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR) VDR202 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)
TP310 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR) VDR203 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)
TP314 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP501 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP502 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP503 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP504 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP505 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP506 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP507 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP508 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP509 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP510 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP511 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
TP512 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)
VDR301 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)
VDR302 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)
X101 1-795-613-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (27MHZ)
X102 1-813-213-21 s VIBRATOR, CERAMIC
X500 1-795-949-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

UP-897MD 6-13
6-4. Supplied Accessories
------------ --------------------
SE-769 BOARD SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
------------ --------------------
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description *1: [UP-897MD(UC2)]
*2: [UP-897MD(CED)]
1pc A-1078-894-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SE-769 *3: [UP-897MD(UC2/CED)]
C301 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B Ref. No.
C302 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
CN301 1-774-730-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P 1pc *3 1-551-475-31 s 3C2V 1.5M CABLE
1pc ! *2 1-551-631-00 s POWER-SUPPLY CORD (IEC)
D301 6-501-381-01 s DIODE CL-201IR-X-TSL-BC 1pc ! *1 1-556-813-22 s CORD, POWER
Q302 6-550-794-01 s TRANSISTOR CPT-184S-C-TU-BCD 1pc 2-345-262-11 s INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1pc 3-623-865-01 s SHEET,HEAD CLEANING (ACLYLIC)
R301 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R302 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
R303 1-218-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 820 1/10W (1608)
VDR301 1-801-924-21 s VARISTOR, CHIP (1608)

------------
SU-112 BOARD
------------
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
C401 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V
CN401 1-580-055-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR 2P

6-14 UP-897MD
Overall Overall

Section 7
Block Diagram
FRONT PANEL

KY-572 BOARD MA-132 BOARD IC104


IC105
IC509
EEPROM
CLK GENE
75 Z SW
SDR_CONT 10
IC101, IC102
HD
IC501 SDR-A 15
IC502 SDRAM
VIDEO SDR-D
8 SYSTEM
IN BNC A/D 32
CONTROL IC103
VIDEO CPU 22 EM_ADDRESS
DECODER 16 EM_DATA
VD FLASH
MEMORY
VIDEO
OUT BNC
CN103

LCD

IC202 USB
KEY
JOG

LED

PAPER SENSOR

BUZZER

SE-769 BOARD Q601, Q602


HEAD
CONTROL MOTOR POWER
PAPER &
SENSOR DRIVER FAN
EMPTY MOTOR
CONTROL Q603-Q606
&
I/O MOTOR PLATEN
DRIVER MOTOR
SE-768 BOARD
Q607, Q608
HEAD
SENSOR MOTOR HEAD
POSITION
DRIVER FAN

HEAD_DATA, CLK, LATCH, STB


DOOR SENSOR
THERMAL
HEAD
TEMP
MOTOR CONTROL
DRIVER IC301-IC305
A+9V +5V
A+5V POWER +3.3V
CIRCUIT +2.5V
SU-112 BOARD +1.6V
POWER
SUPPLY
MOTOR
Overall
UP-897MD 7-1 7-1
Section 8
Schematic Diagrams

Index

Board name Page

KY-572 8-2
MA-132 8-3
SE-768 8-9
SE-769 8-9
SU-112 8-9
Frame Wiring 8-10

UP-897MD 8-1 8-1


KY-572 KY-572

Q102
CPT-184S-C-TS-BCD
2 Q101
CPT-184S-C-TS-BCD
+5V OPEN PRINT COPY FEED NM
C105 VDR101
S101 S102 S103 S104 0.01uF
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
NM 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4

0.8
0.8

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
CL-191YG-CD-T
D102

CL114
CL111

CL113
CL112
CL110
CL109
C101 C102 C103 C104
0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF
CN101 TO MA-132 CN201

SEG26
SEG25
SEG24
SEG23
SEG22
SEG21
SEG20
1 GND CN102 NM
R108
2 KEY1 0 R109 COM3
0 R101 R102 COM3 1
3 KEY2 NM 0 0 NM CL103 COM2
0.8 COM2 2
4 KEY3 COM1 COM1 3

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
5 KEY4 BRIGHT COM0

5
CL101 COM0 4

SEG31
SEG30
SEG29
SEG28
SEG27
SEG26
SEG25
SEG24
SEG23
SEG22
SEG21
SEG20
6 LED_DATA_TR 0.8 10K SEG0

2
RV102 R105 SEG0 5
7 PAPER_SENS SEG1

4
3
R103 R104 470k 1 36 SEG1 6
SEG19

5
8 BRIGHT 10k 10k OSC1 SEG19 SEG2

1
CONTR NM NM 2 35 SEG18 SEG2 7

2
9 CONTRAST OSC2 SEG18 SEG3
10K
3 2 3 34 SEG17 SEG3 8

4
10 GND C108 A EN101 RV101 R107 V1 SEG17 SEG4
0.22uF 3 4 33 SEG16 SEG4 9

1
11 JOG1 B VDR103 0 V2 SEG16
C109 VDR102 5 32 SEG5 SEG5 10
0.22uF 1 R106 SEG15
12 JOG2 C +5V V3 SEG15 SEG6
5 4 0 C106 0.01uF 6 IC101 31 SEG14 SEG6 11
13 JOG3 C110 VSS BU9728AKV-E2 SEG14 SEG7
0.22uF 7 30 SEG13 SEG7 12
14 GND VDD SEG13 SEG8
8 29 SEG12 SEG8 13
15 LCD_CLK SCK SEG12 SEG9
9 28 SEG11 SEG9 14
16 LCD_DI SD SEG11 SEG10
10 27 SEG10 SEG10 15
17 LCD_CE CS SEG10 SEG11
D101
SYG
11 26 SEG9 SEG11 16
18 BK_L1 CL-375TD/SYG-D-TS C/D SEG9 SEG12
3 COM0 12 25 SEG8 SEG12 17
19 BK_L2 1 COM0 SEG8 SEG13
2 TD
SEG13 18

RESET
20 BK_L3 SEG14

COM1
COM2
COM3

SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG7
CL102 SEG14 19
21 nRESET 0.8 SEG15 SEG15 20

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
22 +5V SEG16 SEG16 21
23 +5V SEG17 SEG17 22

COM1
COM2
COM3

SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG7
24 GND SEG18 SEG18 23
GND GND SEG19 SEG19 24
26 25 SEG20 SEG20 25
C107 0.01uF

4 GND

KY-572
UP-897MD
8-2 8-2
A B C D E F G H
MA-132 (1/6) MA-132 (1/6)
+5V
+3.3V
+1.6V +3.3V +3.3V +5V
RESET
R112
AD_CLK 4.7k
005 AD_CLK IC109
Q104 R150
1k BD45401G 5
D103
CN101
1
L103 R110 1SS302-TE85L DTC124EKA-T146 VDD
FB103 10uH 100 R113
2 3 1 220
005 AV_SYNC 3 4 1
VOUT ER
NC1 45 FB104
L104
10uH
R111 2 R114 R199
NC2 220 4.7k
4.7k
+5V SUB GND C179 JC101
005 AD_OUT JC102 0.1uF NM
NM 2 3
C192 C190 C146 C122 RB
100pF C191 100pF C189
0.001uF 0.022uF 0.022uF GND
1

3
CL102 NM 0.001uF NM NM NM +5V
0.8 NM NM
Q101

2
DTC124EKA-T146 R153 C181
D102

RB

RK
JC103 (1/2) 10k 0.1uF

5
1SS302-TE85L GND
D101

1
GND 1SS302-TE85L 4 2 VCC
002,004 nRESET GND IC106 (2/2)
GND 1 IC106 SN74AHC1G04DCKR
4

3
2 SN74AHC1G04DCKR
GND

C124 C130 C132 C134 C136 C138 C140 C142 C144 C150 C152 C156 C158 C160
0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF GND +3.3V
C147 C149 C153 C155 C157 C159 C161 IC107 (1/2)
128Mbit C123
0.1uF
C129
1uF
C133 C135 C137 C139 C141 C143 C145
0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF SN74LVC1G32DCKR C182
0.1uF

5
FB101 Near The DM310 VCC
FB105 IC107 (2/2)
SDRAM +3.3V +3.3V GND
SN74LVC1G32DCKR

3
GND
C128 FB102
0.01uF

C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117 C118 +3.3V
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF C127
0.1uF
C108 C111 C169 C170 C176 C177 C188 C187 R155
0.1uF 47uF 47uF 10k
0.1uF C112 0.1uF 10uF 0.1uF 10uF

288
287
286
285
284
283
282
281
280
279
278
277
276
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273
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271
270
269
268
267
266
265
264
263
262
261
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259
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232
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230
229
228
227
226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
217
C107 6.3V 6.3V
10uF 10uF
6.3V R154 R156 GND

VSSA2[G3]
VSSA1[F5]
VSSA0[B1]
VDDA2[F6]
VDDA1[E1]
VDDA0[C2]
VDDD[B3]
VSSP2[B7]
VSSP1[G8]
VSSP0[C9]
VDDP2[E7]
VDDP1[C7]
VDDP0[E9]
DVDD15[L17]
DVDD14[N15]
DVDD13[T17]
DVDD12[R13]
DVDD11[R11]
DVDD10[C8]
DVDD9[R9]
DVDD8[U4]
DVDD7[L3]
DVDD6[N3]
DVDD5[H5]
DVDD4[A6]
DVDD3[C14]
DVDD2[B19]
DVDD1[F17]
DVDD0[C10]
VSS27[J5]
VSS26[J8]
VSS25[K8]
VSS24[J9]
VSS23[K9]
VSS22[L9]
VSS21[J10]
VSS20[K10]
VSS19[L10]
VSS18[L11]
VSS17[J11]
VSS16[K11]
VSS15[E5]
VSS14[A2]
VSS13[J1]
VSS12[H8]
VSS11[J7]
VSS10[L8]
VSS9[M8]
VSS8[M9]
VSS7[M10]
VSS6[M11]
VSS5[L12]
VSS4[K12]
VSS3[J12]
VSS2[H11]
VSS1[H10]
VSS0[H9]
CVDD17[J17]
CVDD16[K13]
CVDD15[C13]
CVDD14[A18]
CVDD13[H17]
CVDD12[E10]
CVDD11[C4]
CVDD10[L15]
CVDD9[U15]
CVDD8[U9]
CVDD7[U6]
CVDD6[U2]
CVDD5[L1]
CVDD4[K3]
CVDD3[H7]
10k 10k
11 12 CN102
GND GND RESET 10
GND GND RxD
49
43

27
14

14
27

43
49
RxD 9
9
3

3
9
R161 100
2
C162 TxD
VDDQ4
VDDQ3
VDDQ2
VDDQ1
VDD3
VDD2
VDD1

VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
0.01uF TxD 8
1 216 JD_TCK
C_PCLK[W7] CVDD2[F3] GND JD_TCK 7
VD 2 215 C163 JD_TDO R162 100
SDR_D31 53 21 SDR_A14 SDR_A14 21 53 SDR_D15 C_VSYNC[U8] CVDD1[N5] JD_TDO 6
DQ15 BA1 BA1 DQ15 HD 3 214 0.01uF
SDR_D30 51 20 SDR_A13 SDR_A13 20 51 SDR_D14 C_HSYNC[R8] CVDD0[R17] C183 3.3V 5
DQ14 BA0 BA0 DQ14 VF 4 213 C164
SDR_D29 50 35 SDR_A11 SDR_A11 35 50 SDR_D13 C_FIELD[V8] SCAN[P1] GND 4
DQ13 A11 A11 DQ13 5 212 0.01uF JD_TDI 0.1uF
SDR_D28 48 22 SDR_A10 SDR_A10 22 48 SDR_D12 C_WEN[N7] SALE[R3] JD_TDI 3
DQ12 A10/AP A10/AP DQ12 AD_OUT7 6 211 TRST
SDR_D27 47 34 SDR_A9 SDR_A9 34 47 SDR_D11 C_DATA11[V7] SCLE[T2] TRST 2
DQ11 A9 A9 DQ11 AD_OUT6 7 210 JD_TMS
SDR_D26 45 33 SDR_A8 SDR_A8 33 45 SDR_D10 C_DATA10[U7] TEST1[P3] D_TMS 1
DQ10 A8 A8 DQ10 AD_OUT5 8 209
SDR_D25 44 32 SDR_A7 SDR_A7 32 44 SDR_D9 C_DATA9[W6] TEST0[P2]
DQ9 A7 A7 DQ9 AD_OUT4 9 208 TRST R157 R158
SDR_D24 42 31 SDR_A6 SDR_A6 31 42 SDR_D8 C_DATA8[P6] TRST[R2] 10k 10k
DQ8 A6 A6 DQ8 10 207
HY57V281620HCTP-HDR

13 30 30 13 AD_OUT3 C_DATA7[V6] TMS[P5] JD_TMS


HY57V281620HCTP-HDR

SDR_D23 SDR_A5 SDR_A5 SDR_D7


DQ7 A5 A5 DQ7 AD_OUT2 11 206 JD_TDO
SDR_D22 11 29 SDR_A4 SDR_A4 29 11 SDR_D6 C_DATA6[R7] TDO[U1]
DQ6 A4 A4 DQ6 AD_OUT1 12 205 JD_TDI
SDR_D21 10 26 SDR_A3 SDR_A3 26 10 SDR_D5 C_DATA5[W5] TDI[M7]
IC101

IC102

DQ5 A3 A3 DQ5 AD_OUT0 13 204 JD_TCK


SDR_D20 8 25 SDR_A2 SDR_A2 25 8 SDR_D4 C_DATA4[V5] TCK[T1]
DQ4 A2 A2 DQ4 +3.3V 14 203
SDR_D19 7 24 SDR_A1 SDR_A1 24 7 SDR_D3 C_DATA3[W4] M48XO[H1] GND
DQ3 A1 A1 DQ3 R168 10k 15 202 R145 22k CL116
5 23 23 5 C_DATA2[R6] M48XI[H2] 0.8
SDR_D18 SDR_A0 SDR_A0 SDR_D2 DSW2
DQ2 A0 A0 DQ2 16 201
SDR_D17 4 4 SDR_D1 GND R167 0 C_DATA1[U5] M27XO[G1] X102
DQ1 DQ1 NM 17 200 R143 1M 48MHz
2 16 SDR_WE SDR_WE 16 2 C_DATA0[V3] M27XI[H3] CL117
SDR_D16 DQ0 WE WE DQ0 SDR_D0 18 199 R144 0.8
19 SDR_CS SDR_CS 19 SDR_CLK SDR_CLK[B8] RESETn[R1] 220 DSW3
CS CS 19 198 R122 R123 R124 R141 NM
R142 C173 C178
17 SDR_CAS 17 SDR_RAS SDR_RASn[G9] GIO0/EXINT0_4/PLLOSCRECOVERY/DSPGIO0[V9] INT0 NM NM NM NM 4pF 4pF
SDR_CAS

10k
10k
10k
10k
10k
CAS CAS SDR_CAS 20 197 INT1 X101
18 SDR_RAS SDR_RAS 18 SDR_CASn[E8] GIO1/EXINT1_4/DSPGIO1[N8] 27MHz HEAD_EN1
RAS RAS SDR_WE 21 196 INT2 C171 C172 HEAD_EN1 002
39 SDR_DQMH_H SDR_DQMLH 39 SDR_WEn[A7] GIO2/EXINT2_4/DSPGIO2[W8] 7pF 7pF

INT0
INT1
INT2
INT3
INT4
UDQM UDQM SDR_CS 22 195 INT3
15 SDR_DQMH_L SDR_DQMLL 15 SDR_CSn[C19] GIO3/EXINT3_4/DSPGIO3[W9]
LDQM LDQM SDR_CKE 23 194 INT4
SDR_A12 36 37 SDR_CKE SDR_CKE 37 36 SDR_A12 SDR_CKE[F9] GIO4/EXINT4_4/USB_OC_SNS1_2/DSPGIO4[P9] INT 002,004
NC1 CKE CKE NC1 SDR_DQMH_H 24 193 RK
40 38 SDR_CLK SDR_CLK 38 40 SDR_DQM3[D17] GIO5/EXINT5_4/USB_OC_SNS0_2/DSPGIO5[V10]
NC2 CLK CLK NC2 SDR_DQMH_L 25 192 DSW2 +3.3V
SDR_DQM2[E17] GIO6/EXINT6_4/USB_PW_SW1_2/DSPGIO6[U10] IC110
SDR_DQMLH 26 191 DSW3 BR9040F-WE2
VSSQ4
VSSQ3
VSSQ2
VSSQ1

VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4

SDR_DQM1[D18] GIO7/EXINT7_4/USB_PW_SW0_2/DSPGIO7[W10]
VSS3
VSS2
VSS1

VSS1
VSS2
VSS3

C109 C119 27 190

HEAD_EN1
SDR_DQMLL SDR_DQM0[D19] GIO8/EXINT0_3/SERCLKO0/DSR1n/DSPGIO8/DSP_BFSR1[R10]
10pF
NM
10pF
SDR_A14 28 189 2
3
52
46
12

54
41
28

28
41
54

12
46
52

NM SDR_A14[F14] GIO9/EXINT1_3/SERDATO0/RTS1n/DSPGIO9/DSP_BCLKR1[V11]
6

SDR_A13 29 188 5 VCC 6


SDR_A13[B15] GIO10/EXINT2_3/SERDATI0/CTS1n/DSPGIO10/DSP_BFSX1[W11] DI DO
GND GND 30 187 3
SDR_A12
SDR_A11
SDR_A10
31
32
SDR_A12[E14]
SDR_A11[A15]
SDR_A10[B16]
GIO11/EXINT3_3/CCD_TRG/DSPGIO11[N9]
GIO12/EXINT4_3/CLK135_2/SERFCLKO0/SERFCLKO1/DSR0n/DSPGIO12/DSP_BCLKX1[U11]
GIO13/EXINT5_3/CLK135_1/CLK24/DSPGIO13[V12]
186
185 R126 22
8
1
CS
WC
R/B
C184
0.1uF
EEPROM
GND GND 33 184 4
SDR_A9
SDR_A8
SDR_A7
34
35
SDR_A9[C15]
SDR_A8[A16]
SDR_A7[B17]
GIO14/EXINT6_3/EM_A20/MMC_CMDn_3/SD_CMDn_3/DSPGIO14[W12]
GIO15/EXINT7_3/EM_A21/SSFDC_CEn_2/SERDATO1/USB_OC_SNS1_1/DSP_BCLKS1/DSPGIO15[W13]
GIO16/EXINT0_2/EM_A22[U12]
183
182
R127
R128
R130
22
22
22
A20
A21
SK
GND
7
4K
A22
SDR_A6
SDR_A5
SDR_A4
36
37
38
39
SDR_A6[A17]
SDR_A5[C16]
SDR_A4[C17]
DM310 GIO17/EXINT1_2/MMC_CMDn_2/SD_CMDn_2/MS_BS_2[V13]
GIO18/EXINT2_2/MMC_DATA_2/SD_DATA0_1/MS_SDIO_2/LCD_XPALMD[N10]
GIO19/EXINT3_2/SD_DATA1_2/LCD_BRIGHT[W14]
181
180
179
178
R171 NM
R166
100
22
GIO17
GIO18

GND
SDR_A3 SDR_A3[B18] GIO20/EXINT4_2/SD_DATA2_2/LCD_AC[R12]
SDR_A2 40 177
+3.3V SDR_A2[H12] GIO21/EXINT5_2/SD_DATA3_2/LCD_PWM[U13] R131 1k 13.5M_CLK
SDR_A1 41 176 13.5M_CLK 002
SDR_A1[C18] GIO22/EXINT6_2/SSFDC_CEn_1[V14]
42 IC104 175 USB_OC0
16Mbit SDR_D31
SDR_D30
SDR_A0
43
44
SDR_A0[F15]
SDR_D31[A3]
SDR_D30[C5]
TMS320DM310ZHK22 GIO23/EXINT7_2/USB_OC_SNS0_1[W16]
GIO24/EXINT0_1/USB_PW_SW1_1[W15]
GIO25/EXINT1_1/USB_PW_SW0_1[U14]
174
173
USB1_DPLUS
USB_PW_SW0
BOOT 002
SDR_D29 45 172 GIO26
SDR_D29[E6] GIO26/EXINT2_1[P12]
FLASH ROM SDR_D28 46
SDR_D28[A5] GIO27/EXINT3_1[V15]
171 R129 22 +3.3V

RB
C110 SDR_D27 47 170 R133 22
10uF SDR_D27[C6] GIO28/EXINT4_1/TIMER0PULSE[W17] R146
SDR_D26 48 169 R132 R135 10k 8
C120 SDR_D26[B5] GIO29/EXINT5_1/TIMER1PULSE[V16] 10k R147
0.1uF SDR_D25 49 168 100 0 5 VCC 3 R151
SDR_D25[B6] GIO30/EXINT6_1/TIMER2PULSE[R14] SDA E2 0 LCD_CLK 002
SDR_D24 50 167 6 2 NM
SDR_D24[G7] GIO31/EXINT7_1/TIMER3PULSE[V18] SCL E1
SDR_D23 51 166 R148 7 1
GND SDR_D23[A8] LCD_DO0/GO13_SEL0[K7] C165 C174 WC E0
52 165 0 VSS R152 LCD_DI 002
IC103 SDR_D22 47pF 47pF 0
SDR_D22[A9] LCD_DO1/GO13_SEL1[L2] NM NM
R104 32 S29PL064J60BFI120 SDR_D21 53 164 4
22 SDR_D21[B9] LCD_DO2/PLL_BYPASS[L5]
A21 48 VCC[G4] 14 D15 SDR_D20 54 163 R134 1k
A21[C4] DQ15[G6] SDR_D20[G10] LCD_DO3/EM_SIZE[M1] LCD_CE 002
A20
A19
42
47
A20[D3]
A19[D4]
DQ14[F5]
DQ13[G5]
34
33
D14
D13
SDR_D19
SDR_D18
55
56
SDR_D19[F10]
SDR_D18[B10]
LCD_DO4/M48XIOSCBYPASS[M2]
162

LCD_DO5/DSP_TESTn[L6]
161
IC105
M24C64-WMN6T(B) 4
A18 41 45 D12 SDR_D17 57 160 nRESET_CUTE 002
A18[C3] DQ12[F4] SDR_D17[A10] LCD_DO6/M27XIOSCBYPASS[M3]
A17 25 31 D11 SDR_D16 58 159
A17[B2] DQ11[G3] SDR_D16[G11] LCD_DO7/TRUE_IDEn[M5]
A16 16 44 D10 SDR_D15 59 158 A+5V
A16[E6] DQ10[F3] SDR_D15[B11] LCD_SCLK[N1]
A15 17 30 D9 SDR_D14 60 157 R139 R177
A15[D6] DQ9[G2] SDR_D14[G12] VSYNC[L7]
A14 18 29 D8 SDR_D13 61 156 3.9k 200 GIO 004
A14[C6] DQ8[F2] SDR_D13[C11] HSYNC[N2] C121 R169
20 35 62 155 0.1uF 1.5k
CF_CD1n/SSFDC_CDn/MMC_DATA_1/SD_DATA0_1/MS_SDIO_1[J13]

A13 A13[A6] DQ7[E5] D7 SDR_D12 SDR_D12[E11] VREF[E2]


A12 19 12 D6 SDR_D11 63 154 C166
A12[B6] DQ6[H5] SDR_D11[A11] DAOUT_BC[F1] 0.1uF
A11 36 46 D5 SDR_D10 64 153
A11[D5] DQ5[E4] SDR_D10[F12] BIAS_BC[F2]
37 11 65 152
EM_CF_CE1n/MMC_CMDn_1/SD_CMDn_1/MS_BS_1[H15]

A10 A10[C5] DQ4[H4] D4 SDR_D9 SDR_D9[B12] IREF_BC[G2] C175


2.2uF
A9 21
A9[A5] DQ3[H3]
10 D3 SDR_D8 66
SDR_D8[C12] DAOUT_GCOMP[D1]
151 R136 1.6k R140 0 GND GARD GND GARD VIDEO2 005
38 43 67 150 C167 0.1uF
CF_WP/IO16n/SD_DATA3_1/SSFDC_WPn[V19]

A8 A8[B5] DQ2[E3] D2 SDR_D7 SDR_D7[E12] BIAS_GCOMP[G5] R174 R149


CF_BSYn/IREQn/INTRQ/SSFDC_R/Bn[V17]

A7 24 9 D1 SDR_D6 68 149 100 100


A7[A2] DQ1[H2] SDR_D6[A12] IREF_GCOMP[C1]
A6 26 28 D0 SDR_D5 69 148 R137 R170
A6[C2] DQ0[E2] SDR_D5[A14] DAOUT_RY[E3] 1.6k 0 R173
EM_CF_CE0n/EM_SSFDC_CEn[F19]

27 70 147 100
MMC_CLK/SD_CLK/MS_SCLK[W18]

A5 SDR_D4 C168 0.1uF


CF_STSCHGn/SD_DATA2_1[U16]

RXD1/SERDATI1/DSP_BDR1[J2]
TXD1/SERCLKO1/DSP_BDX1[K2]
A5[D2] SDR_D4[B13] BIAS_RY[B2]
A4 2 SDR_D3 71 146
CF_CD2n/SD_DATA1_1[H13]

CF_IORDn/SSFDC_REn[G15]
CF_IOWRn/SSFDC_WEn[E18]
CF_RST/IDE_RESETn[E19]

A4[B1] SDR_D3[A13] IREF_RY[D2]

CTS0n/EXT_LINE_ID[K5]
A3 1 SDR_D2 72 145 R138 R172 USB_DEVICE_SENSE 002
EM_A11/CF_REGn[L13]

A3[A1] SDR_D2[G13] DSP_BCLKS0/DSP_12M[T3] 1.6k 0 A_GND

RTS0n/LCD_OEn[K1]
A2 3 SDR_D1
A2[C1] Q103 R163

DSP_BCLKX0[W3]

DSP_BCLKR0[V2]
4 KINPI TEIKOU
EM_WAITn[H18]

CF_WAITn[G17]

DSP_BFSX0[V4]

DSP_BFSR0[W2]
A1 SDR_D0 +5V 2SC2412K-T-146-QR 220k

DSP_BDX0[U3]

DSP_BDR0[V1]
A1[D1]
SDR_D1[E13]
SDR_D0[B14]

EM_CEn[J15]

EM_WEn[G18]
EM_OEn[H14]

EM_A19[J19]
EM_A18[J18]
EM_A17[H19]
EM_A16[K19]
EM_A15[K14]
EM_A14[K17]
EM_A13[K15]
EM_A12[K18]

EM_A10[L19]

EM_D15[N11]
EM_D14[N18]
EM_D13[P19]
EM_D12[N13]
EM_D11[P17]
EM_D10[P18]

USB_DP0[A4]
USB_DM0[B4]
USB_DP1[D3]
USB_DM1[C3]
EM_A9[M12]
EM_A8[M13]
EM_A7[L18]
EM_A6[M19]
EM_A5[M17]
EM_A4[M14]
EM_A3[M18]
EM_A2[N19]
EM_A1[M15]
EM_A0[N17]

EM_D9[N12]
EM_D8[R19]
EM_D7[R18]
EM_D6[U19]
EM_D5[T19]
EM_D4[P15]
EM_D3[T18]
EM_D2[P14]
EM_D1[U17]
EM_D0[U18]
A0 5
A0[E1] R198 IC108
NC1[G19]
NC2[F18]

RXD0[J3]
TXD0[J6]
0 TPS2041ADR NM
NM
6 2 6 C180 R159
002 nFLASH_CS CE[F1] IN1 OUT1 0.01uF 100k
nOE 7 3 7
R160
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
OE[G1] IN2 OUT2
nWE 22 USB_PW_SW0 4 8 0
WE[A4] R125 EN OUT3
R109

15 CL115 5 NM
NM
22

0
NM

NC[F6] CL114 CL112 0.8 OC

RxD
TxD
40 0.8 0.8 GND
WP/ACC[B3] CL113 R116 10k
39 R105 R106 0.8 1 CN103
R107 22
R108 22

USB_OC0
5
7
5
3
1

7
5
3
1

1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
RESET[B4] 22 22
+3.3V 23 VBUS 1
RY/BY[A3] R115 27 D-(S)
VSS1[H1] VSS2[H6] D- 2
R118 27 D+(S)
8
6
4
2

8
6
4
2

2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
CUTE_nCS

8 13 D+ 3
nWAIT

47uF 6.3V
RB103 RB104 RB105 RB106 RB107 RB108 RB109 RB110 RB111 R119 27 NM

C185
100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 ID 4

R164

R165

C186
15k
nWE
nOE

15k

1uF
R101 R120 27 NM

NM
10k GND 5
RB101 RB102 6 7
10k 10k +3.3V
R102
10k
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10

GND
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

USB1_DPLUS
R103
10k
002,004 EM_CONT R121 1.5k Q102
+3.3V DTA114EUA-T106 GND
A19
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

R117 1.5k
NM
002,004 EM_DATA

002,004 EM_ADDRESS
004 MS_SCLK
MA-132 (1/6)
UP-897MD 8-3 8-3
A B C D E F G H
MA-132 (2/6) MA-132 (2/6)

+3.3V
IC203 (1/2)
SN74LVC1G32DCKR
1 +3.3V +2.5V
001 nFLASH_CS +3.3V
1
2
4 C245
10uF
C246
0.1uF
BRIGHT_A 005
NEAR The CUTE IC203 (2/2) R218
GND_GARD(A_GND)

SN74LVC1G32DCKR 10k R270 FB228


FB253 FB254 +3.3V R219 0 CN206
+2.5V +5V 10k NM GND 1
AD0 VDD 2
R220

5
1

AD1

AD5
AD1
R283 22 3 D201 GND GND 3
10k VCC 2 MA132WK-TX
NM R251 +3.3V C227 VDD 4
10k 0.1uF
+5V IC206 (1/3) TP206 GND nLATCH R2000 47
R281 C279 nHEAD_LATCH 5
NJM2904V(TE2) C241 R2001 47 22pF

3
0
3
Q203 0.47uF nHEAD_STB 6
JC201 C280
+
DTC144EE-TL HCK R2002 47 22pF
1 C281 HEAD_CLK 7
C203 GND R2003 47 22pF

nSTRB
C2004 2 - GND H_D0 HEAD_DATA1 8
8

0.22uF 0.1uF C282


R2004 47 47pF
C207 H_D1
C265 V+ IC206 (3/3) C283 HEAD_DATA2 9
0.1uF C250 10uF C205 R2005 47 47pF

D12
C204 H_D2
GND NJM2904V(TE2) 0.01uF 100uF 10uF C284
R2006 47 47pF
HEAD_DATA3 10
CONTRAST_A 005 6.3V

INT3
5 H_D3 HEAD_DATA4 11
4

C208 C206 R212 R213 C285


GND GND_GARD(A_GND) 0.1uF 0.1uF 100 100 H_D4 R2007 47 47pF
2 VDD 4 C286 HEAD_DATA5 12

A10
A11
R2008 47 47pF

A2
A3
+5V +2.5V XT QO H_D5
GND R207 HEAD_DATA6 13

H_D18
C287

H_D4
H_D3
GND 47 C216 C218 H_D6 R2009 47 47pF
6 0.1uF 0.1uF HEAD_DATA7 14

H_LOCK
13.5M_CLK 13.5M_CLK XT C288
R2010 47 47pF
R280 001 C225 H_D7
R252 C220 C223 C224 C226 C231 C289 HEAD_DATA8 15
10k 10k 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF R2011 47 47pF
NM 004 MS_INS 1 H_D8 HEAD_DATA9 16
IC206 (2/3) C290

OUT_SW
INH H_D9 R2012 47 47pF

0.1uF
R282 NJM2904V(TE2) VSS HEAD_DATA10 17

0.1uF

R216
MS_INS

100
C217
C291

C219
0 005 TH/EE_OUT IC201 C209 R2013 47 47pF
TP207

KEY4
5 3 0.1uF H_D10 HEAD_DATA1 18

TH/EE_OUT
+5V XC2173S01XMR GND C292
R2014 47 47pF
+ 7 H_D11 HEAD_DATA2 19
C293
R2015 47 47pF

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6 - H_D12 HEAD_DATA3 20
C2003 C294
0.22uF GND POWER_FAN H_D13