Sharp UX-P100 Service manual

UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SERVICE MANUAL
No. 00ZUXP100USME
FACSIMILE
UX-P100
MODEL UX-P200
SELECTION CODE
UX-P100U (Open LCR)
UX-P200U
DESTINATION
U.S.A.
U.S.A.
Illustration: UX-P100U
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications ............................................ 1-1
[2] Operation Panel ....... ................................. 1-2
[3] Transmittable documents .......................... 1-3
[4] Installation ................................................. 1-4
[5] Quick setup guide ..................................... 1-8
[6] Quick reference guide ............................... 1-9
[7] Option imaging film specifications
(UX-5CR) ............................................1-9
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS
[1] Adjustments ............................................... 2-1
[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch .......... 2-2
[3] Troubleshooting ....................................... 2-19
[4] Error code table ....................................... 2-20
CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
[1] Circuit description ...................................... 5-1
[2] Circuit description of control PWB ..............5-2
[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB .......... 5-9
[4] Circuit description of
power supply PWB ............................ 5-12
[5] Circuit description of CIS unit ...................5-12
CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND
PARTS LAYOUT
[1] Control PWB circuit ................................... 6-1
[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit ................................. 6-9
[3] Power supply PWB circuit ....................... 6-11
[4] Operation panel PWB circuit ................... 6-13
[5] Interface PWB circuit ............................... 6-15
CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS
[1] General description .................................. 3-1
[2] Disassembly and assembly
procedures ....................................... 3-3
CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART
[1] Protocol ..................................................... 7-1
[2] Power on sequence .................................. 7-2
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram ............................................4-1
[2] Wiring diagram .......................................... 4-2
[3] Point-to-point diagram ............................... 4-3
CHAPTER 8. OTHERS
[1] Service tools .............................................. 8-1
[2] IC signal name .......................................... 8-4
[3] Changing the record paper size ................ 8-5
PARTS GUIDE
Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT
(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the equipment manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
Il y a danger d’explosion s’ il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
même type ou d’un type recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rébut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)
VARNING
Explosionsfare vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.
(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien dürfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.
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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications
Automatic dialing:
30 numbers
Imaging film:
Initial starter roll:UX-P100U (included
with machine): 32 ft. (10 m) (approx. 30
letter-size pages)
Input document size:
Automatic feeding:
Width: 5.8 to 8.5"
(148 to 216 mm)
Length: 5.5 to 11"
(140 to 279 mm)
Manual feeding:
Width: 5.8 to 8.5"
(148 to 216 mm)
Length: 5.5 to 23.6"
(140 to 600 mm)
Effective scanning width:
8.3" (210 mm) max.
Effective printing width:
8.3" (210 mm) max.
Automatic/Dark selectable
Initial starter roll:UX-P200U (included
with machine): 49 ft. (15 m) (approx. 45
letter-size pages)
Replacement roll:
UX-5CR 164 ft. (50 m) roll (one roll
yields approx. 150 letter-size pages)
Memory size* :
448 KB (approx. 24 average pages)
Modem speed:
9,600 bps with automatic fallback to
lower speed
Contrast control:
Reception modes:
TEL/FAX
Transmission time* :
Approx. 15 seconds
Copy function:
Single/Multi (99 copies/page)
Resolution:
Horizontal:
203 pels/inch (8 dots/mm)
Vertical:
Standard: 98 lines/inch
(3.85 lines/mm)
Fine/Halftone: 196 lines/inch
(7.7 lines/mm)
Super fine: 391 lines/inch
(15.4 lines/mm)
Telephone function:
Yes
(cannot be used if power fails)
Power requirements:
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Operating temperature:
41 - 95°F (5 - 35°C)
Humidity:
Maximum: 85 % RH
Power consumption:
Stand-by: 3.6 W
Maximum: 100 W
Automatic document feeder: 10 pages max. (letter/A4, 20 lb paper)
Recording system:
Thermal transfer recording
Halftone (grayscale):
64 levels
Compression scheme:
MH, MR, MMR
Display:
16-digit LCD display
Applicable telephone line:
Public switched telephone network
Paper tray capacity:
(20-lb. paper at room
temperature)
Compatibility:
Dimensions (without
attachments):
Width: 12.9" (327 mm)
Depth: 7.6" (193 mm)
Height: 6.4" (163 mm)
Weight (without
attachments):
Approx. 6.2 lbs. (2.8 kg)
*
Letter: 50 sheets (max. stack height:
5 mm
Legal: 5 sheets
Based on ITU-T (CCITT) Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in Sharp
special mode, excluding time for protocol signals (i.e., ITU-T phase
C time only).
ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode
As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product
improvement without prior notice. The performance specifications figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some
deviation from these values in individual units.
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[2] Operation panel
1
4
3
2
ABC
UP
1
TEL FAX
GHI
Z
STOP
COPY/HELP START/MEMORY
FUNCTION
JKL
PQRS
RESOLUTION/ REDIAL
RECEPTION MODE
7
OpenLCR
DEF
2
4
A
SPEAKER
5
3
MNO
5
6
WXYZ
TUV
8
9
0
DOWN
Illustration: UX-P100U
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7 8
9 10 11
1. Display
12
8. START/MEMORY key
This displays messages and prompts to help you operate the
machine.
2. RESOLUTION / RECEPTION MODE key
Press this key after dialing to begin fax transmission. Press
this key before dialing to send a fax through memory.
9. FUNCTION key
When a document is in the feeder, press this key to adjust the
resolution for faxing or copying. At any other time, press this
key to select the reception mode (an arrow in the display will
point to the currently selected reception mode).
Press this key to followed by the arrow keys select special
functions and setting.
10. OpenLCR key (UX-P100U ONLY)
Press this key to register for OpenLCR service and receive
rate information to your fax.
3. Left and Right Arrow Keys
Auto-Dial Numbers: When sending a fax or making a phone
call, press these keys to scroll through your auto-dial numbers,
the "REVIEW CALLS" list (only available if you have Caller
ID), and the last number dialed (redial).
FUNCTION key settings: Press the right arrow key after
scrolling with the up and down arrow keys to select a
FUNCTION key setting.
11. UP and DOWN Arrow keys
Enlarge/Reduce setting: When marking a copy of a
document, press these keys to select an enlarge/reduce
setting.
Volume setting: When a document is not in the feeder,
press these keys to change the handset volume when the
handset is lifted, the speaker volume when the SPEAKER
key has been pressed, or the ringer volume at any other time.
FUNCTION key setting: Press these keys after pressing the
FUNCTION key to scroll through the FUNCTION MODE
settings.
4. Number keys
Use these keys to dial numbers, and enter numbers and
letters when storing auto-dial numbers.
5. Panel Release
Press this release to open the operation panel.
12. SPEAKER key
6. STOP key
Press this key to cancel operations before they are completed.
7. COPY/HELP key
When a document is in the feeder, press this key to make a
copy of a document. At any other time, press this key to print
out the Help List, a quick reference guide to the operation of
your fax machine.
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Press this key to listen to the line and fax tones through the
speaker when faxing a document.
Note: This is not a speakerphone. You must pick up the
handset to talk with the other party.
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[3] Transmittable documents
5. Automatic Document Feeder Capacity
1. Document Sizes
Number of pages that can be placed into the feeder at anytime is as
follows:
Normal size
width
length
Normal size: max. ADF 10 pages
5.8" - 8.5" (148 – 216 mm)
5.5" - 11" (140 – 279 mm)
Special size: single sheet only (manual feed)
NOTES:
(Max.)
(Max.)
Letter
size
(Min.)
•
600mm
279mm
216mm
[Normal size]
The readable width and length of a document are slightly smaller than
the actual document size.
216mm
[Special size]
Note that characters or graphics outside the effective document scanning range will not be read.
Use document carrier sheet for smaller documents.
*
When you need to send or copy more pages than the feeder
limit, place additional pages in feeder when last page in
feeder is being scanned.
Place additional pages carefully and gently in feeder.
If force is used, double-feeding or a document jam may
result.
6. Readable Width & Length
140mm
148mm
•
•
With special sizes, only one sheet can be fed into the machine at a
time. Insert next page into feeder as current page is being scanned.
Readable width
8.3" (210mm), max.
2. Paper Thickness & Weight
10 sheets
1sheet(Manual)
70 kg
70 kg ~ 135 kg
21.5 lbs.
14 lbs. ~ 42 lbs.
(80 g/m 2)
(52 g/m2 ~ 157g/m2)
Paper thickness (ref.) 0.1 mm
0.1 mm ~ 0.18mm
Paper size
LGL (216 mm x 355.6 mm)
A4 (210 mm x 297 mm)
LTR (216 mm x 279 mm)
Feeder capacity
A4/LTR: 10 sheets
LGL : 1 sheet
Paper weight
Readable width
3. Document Types
•
Normal paper
•
Documents handwritten in pencil (No. 2 lead or softer), fountain pen,
ball-point pen, or felt-tipped pen can be transmitted.
This is the length of the document sent minus 0.2" (5mm) from the top
and bottom edges.
•
Documents of normal contrast duplicated by a copying machine can
also be transmitted.
Diazo copy (blue print)
•
Carbon copy
Readable length
5mm
Diazo copy documents of a normal contrast may be transmitted.
Readable length
A carbon copy may be transmitted if its contrast is normal.
5mm
4. Cautions on Transmitting Documents
•
Documents written in yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink cannot
be transmitted.
•
Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before the
documents can be transmitted.
•
All clips, staples and pins must be removed from documents before
transmission.
•
Patched (taped) documents should be copied first on a copier and
then the copies used for transmission.
•
All documents should be fanned before insertion into the feeder to
prevent possible double feeds.
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7. Use of Document Carrier Sheet
TELEPHONE JACK
A document carrier sheet must be used for the following documents.
• Those with tears.
A standard RJ11C single-line wall telephone jack must be located near
the machine. This is the telephone jack commonly used in most homes
and offices.
•
Those smaller than size 5.8" (W) x 5.5" (L) (148mm (W) x 140mm
(L)).
•
Carbon-backed documents
•
Make print straight
across paper
E.G.
Place the document
carrier in the document
feeder with the clear film
side down
2. Loading the Imaging Film (UX-5CR)
Your fax uses a roll of Imaging Film to create printed text and images.
The print head in the fax applies heat to the Imaging Film to transfer ink
to the paper. Follow the steps below to load or replace the film.
Direction of insertion
NOTE: To transmit a carbon-backed document, insert a white sheet of
paper between the carbon back of the document and the document carrier.
• Those containing an easily separable writing substance (e.g., tracking paper written on with a soft, heavy lead pencil).
NOTES:
•
When using the document carrier, carefully read the instructions written on the back.
•
If the document carrier is dirty, clean it with a soft, moist
cloth, and then dry it before using for transmission.
•
Do not place more than one document in the carrier at a
time.
Plugging the fax machine into a jack which is not RJ11C single-line
wall telephone jack may result in damage to the machine or your
telephone system. If you do not know what kind of jack you have, or
need to have one installed, contact the telephone company.
•
The initial starter roll of Imaging Film included with your fax can print
about 30 letter-size pages.(UX-P100U)
•
The initial starter roll of Imaging Film included with your fax can print
about 45 letter-size pages.(UX-P200U)
•
When replacing the film, use a roll of Sharp UX-5CR Imaging Film.
One roll can print about 150 letter-size pages.
Use only Sharp Genuine
Supplies with this logo:
1 Remove the paper from the Paper Tray and open the Operation Panel
(press 1 ).
2
[4] Installation
1. Site selection
Take the following points into consideration when selecting a site for this
model.
ENVIRONMENT
•
•
The machine must be installed on a level surface.
•
Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the machine. In
particular, keep the area in front of the machine clear, or the original
document may jam as it comes out after scanning.
•
•
The temperature should be between 41 - 95°F(5 - 35°C).
1
Keep the machine away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sunlight, and dust.
If you are loading the Imaging Film for the first time,
go to Step 4.
2 Remove the used film and empty spool.
The humidity should be between 30% and 85% (without condensation).
ELECTRICITY
AC 120V, 60Hz, grounded(3-prong) AC outlet is required.
Caution!
•
Connection to a power source other than that specified will cause
damage to the equipment and is not covered under the warranty.
•
If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges,
we recommend that you install a surge protector for the power and
telephone lines. Surge protectors can be purchased at most telephone
speciality stores.
3 Remove the two green gears from the spools.
DO NOT DISCARD THE TWO GREEN GEARS!
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place...
Condensation may form on the reading glass if machine is moved from
a cold to a warm place, this will prevent proper scanning of documents
for transmission. Turn on the power and wait approximately 2 hours before using machine.
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4 Remove the new roll of Imaging Film from its packaging.
3. Assembly and connections
1 Connect the Handset as shown and place it on the Handset Rest.
• Cut the band that holds rolls together.
♦ The ends of the Handset Cord are identical, so they will go into
either jack.
Make sure the Handset Cord
goes into the jack marked
with a Handset symbol on the
side of the machine!
5 Insert the green gears.
Make sure the gears fit into the slots in the ends of the rolls.
1 slot
Use the handset to make ordinary phone calls,
or to transmit and receive faxes manually.
2 Plug the power cord into a 120 V, 60 Hz, grounded AC (3-prong)
2 slots
outlet.
•
6 Insert the film into the print compartment.
Caution:
Do not plug the power cord into any other kind of outlet. This will
damage the machine and is not covered under the warranty.
•
Fit ends of rolls
onto hubs
The machine does not have a power on/off switch, so the power
is turned on and off by simply plugging in or unplugging the power
cord.
Thick roll
to rear
3 Insert one end of the line cord into the jack on the back of the ma-
7Rotate the front gear as shown until the film is taut.
chine marked TEL. LINE. Insert the other end into a standard (RJ11C)
single-line wall telephone jack.
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Dial Mode:
The fax machine is set for tone dialing. If you are on a pulse dial line,
you must set the fax machine for pulse dialing. Press the keys on the
operation panel as follows:
8 Close the Operation Panel (press down on both sides to make sure it
cliks into place).
Display:
1. Press
FUNCTION
once and
2. Press
once and
3. Press
once.
4. Select the dial mode:
TONE: 1 PULSE: 2
5. Press
1–5
STOP
to exit.
twice.
twice.
OPTION SETTING
DIAL MODE
1=TONE, 2=PULSE
The display briefly shows
your selection, then:
DISTINCTIVE
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3 Setting the paper size.
4 Attach the Paper Tray and Paper Tray Extension.
The fax has been set at the factory to scale received faxes to letter
size paper. If you loaded legal paper, you must change the paper
size setting to LEGAL.
Note: The Paper Tray Extension has a top side and a bottom side. If you
cannot insert the tabs into the holes, turn the support over.
Display:
1. Press
Insert
horizontally
and rotate up.
FUNCTION
once and
2. Press
once and
3. Press
once.
twice.
5. Press
You can load letter or legal size paper in the Paper Tray. The maximum
number of sheets is as follows:
STOP
PAPER SIZE SET
The display briefly shows
your selection, then:
2
COPY CUT-OFF
to return to the date and time display.
4 Print contrast setting.
Letter size: 50 sheets (20-lb. paper at room temperature; maximum
stack height of 5 mm)
Legal size: 5 sheets
1 Fan the paper, and then tap the edge against a flat surface to even
You fax has been set at the factory to print at normal contrast. If
desired, you can change the print contrast setting to LIGHT.
the stack.
Display:
1. Press
Make sure the stack
edges are even.
Note: Do not use paper that has already been printed on, or paper that
is curled.
START/MEMORY
ADD PAPER &
↑
PRESS START KEY
↑
Note: If at any time the display shows
the alternating messages at right, check
the printing paper. If the tray is empty,
add paper. If these is paper in the tray,
take it out and then reinsert it.
once and
2. Press
once and
3. Press
once.
5. Press
• If paper remains in the tray, take it out and combine it into a single
stack with the new paper.
• Be sure to load the paper so that printing takes place on the print
side of the paper. Printing on the reverse side may result in poor
print quality.
The stack
should not
be higher
than this line.
FUNCTION
.
1–6
STOP
twice.
3 times.
4. Select the print contrast:
NORMAL: 1 LIGHT: 2
2 Insert the stack of paper into the tray, PRINT SIDE DOWN.
When you are finished, press
OPTION SETTING
1=LETTER, 2=LEGAL
4. Select the paper size:
LETTER: 1 LEGAL:
4. Loading Paperfor Printing
twice.
OPTION SETTING
PAPER CONTRAST
1: NORMAL
The display briefly shows
your selection, then:
PAPER SIZE SET
to return to the date and time display.
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5. Clearing a jammed original document
6. Clearing jammed printing paper
1 Open the Operation Panel (press 1
If the original document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or
copying, or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try pressing the START/MEMORY key. If the document doesn’t feed out, remove
it as described below.
).
Important:
Do not try to remove a jammed document without releasing it as described below. This may damage the feeder mechanism.
1 Press
2
1 and slowly open the Operation Panel until it is half open.
1
2
2 Gently pull the jammed paper out of the machine, making sure no
torn pieces of paper remain in the print compartment or rollers.
1
2 Flip up the green levers on each side of the white roller.
3 Rotate the front gear until the film is taut, and then close the
3 Gently and remove the document.
operation panel (press down on both sides to make sure it clicks into
place).
• Be careful not to tear the document.
4 Flip down the green levers on each side of the white roller. Rotate the
front gear until the film is taut, and then close the Operation Panel
(press down on both sides to make sure it clicks into place).
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[5] Quick setup guide
1
Connect the Handset
and place it on the
Handset Rest.
Note: To enter your name and fax number and set the date and time so that they
appear at the top of each fax you send, see pages 16 - 19 of the Operation
Manual.
2
3
Plug the power cord
into a 120 V grounded
outlet.
4
Connect the telephone
line cord to the TEL.
LINE jack and a wall
telephone jack.
Attach the Paper Tray
and Document Support.
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Note: If the
support does
not go in,
turn it over.
5
Load the Imaging Film.
1.Open the Operation Panel (press
1
).
3. Insert the Green Gears.
2. Remove the Imaging Film from its packaging.
Cut the band that holds the rolls together.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT discard the
Green Gears. They are not included
with replacement Imaging Film.
1 slot
2
1
Make sure
the gears fit
into the slots
in the ends of
the rolls.
4. Insert the film into the print compartment.
2 slots
6. Close the Operation Panel (press
down on both sides to make sure it
clicks into place).
5. Rotate the front spool as shown
until the film is taut.
Fit ends of
rolls onto hubs
6
7
Loading paper.
The stack
should not
be higher
than this line
Insert the
paper print
side down.
Select the reception mode for incoming faxes and
voice calls:
FAX mode: The machine automatically answers all
calls and begins fax reception.
TEL mode: Lift the handset when the machine rings.
Press
START/MEMORY
to begin fax reception.
TEL FAX
JAN-01 10:30
• GENTLY LOAD PAPER INTO THE PAPER TRAY.
RESOLUTION/
RECEPTION MODE
• DO NOT FORCE IT DOWN INTO THE FEED SLOT.
Note: If you loaded legal paper, see page 15 of the Operation Manual to change the paper size
setting to LEGAL.
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The arrow points
to the selected
reception mode.
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[6] Quick Reference Guide
[7] Imaging Film Specifications
(UX-5CR)
SENDING FAXES
Place your document (up to 10 pages) face down in the document feeder.
1. Structure
This article is composed of polyester film coated with heat-resistant layer,
matt layer ,hot melt ink layer, leader film and paper core. Ink film
specification is "DNP standard ink film HC".
Normal Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press
SPEAKER
.
2. Dial the fax number.
4. Press
START/MEMORY
;;;;
1
3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person answers, ask them to press
their Start key).
2
3
.
4
Automatic Dialing
1. Press or until the name of the other party appears in the display
(if no name was stored, the number will appear).
2. Press
START/MEMORY
2. Details of compositions
.
2-1. Base Film
Direct Keypad Dialing
1. Dial the fax number.
2. Press
START/MEMORY
Heat Resistant Layer
Base Film
Matt Layer
Hot Melt Ink Layer
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Requirements
Measuring method
Material
Polyethyleneterephthalate
–
.
2-2. Heat Resistant Layer
RECEIVING FAXES
RESOLUTION/
RECEPTION MODE
Press the
reception mode.
until the arrow in the display points to the desired
TEL FAX
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Measuring method
Grade
HR Mixer P-5
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RESOLUTION/
RECEPTION MODE
2-3. Matt Layer
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Requirements
Measuring method
Grade
ML Sumi
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TEL FAX
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2-4. Hot Melt Ink Layer
FAX mode: The fax machine automatically answers and receives the
incoming document.
TEL mode: Answer all calls (even faxes) by picking up the handset. To
begin fax reception, press START/MEMORY .
STORING AND CLEARING AUTO DIAL NUMBERS
1. Press
FUNCTION
once and
twice.
2. Enter the full fax/phone number.
3. Press
START/MEMORY
.
4. Enter the name by pressing number keys. (To enter two letters in
succession that require the same key, press after entering the first
letter.)
G=
N=
A=
H=
O=
V=
B=
I =
P=
W=
C=
J=
Q=
X=
D=
K=
R=
Y=
E=
L=
S=
Z=
F=
M=
T=
SPACE =
5. Press
START/MEMORY
and then
STOP
U=
.
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Requirements
Measuring method
Grade
#507W
–
1
2
3
4
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3. Settings
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS
(1) Dial mode selector
[1] Adjustments
DIAL mode (Soft Switch No. SW-B4 DATA No. 3)
(step 1) Select "OPTION SETTING".
General
KEY :
Since the following adjustments and settings are provided for this model,
make adjustments and/or setup as necessary.
DISPLAY:
FUNCTION
OPTION SETTING
NUMBER OF RING
(step 2) Select "DIAL MODE".
1. Adjustments of output voltage (FACTORY ONLY)
KEY:
Push until DIAL MODE
indicated because the number of
's changes by the model.
1. Install the Power Supply Unit in the machine.
2. Set the recording paper and document.
DISPLAY:
3. When the document is loaded, power is supplied to the output lines.
Confirm that outputs are within the limits below.
(step 3) Select, using "1" or "2".
Output voltage settings
TEL/LIU PWB
DIAL MODE
KEY:
1
DISPLAY:
TONE SELECTED
KEY:
2
DISPLAY:
PULSE SELECTED
is
1=TONE, 2=PULSE
(step 4) End, using the "STOP" key.
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
KEY:
STOP
CNLIUA
CNPS
CNPW
CNLIUA
4. Volume adjustment
CNTH
CNPRG
You can adjust the volume of the speaker, handset, and ringer using the
UP and DOWN keys.
CNMT
CONTROL
PWB
CNCSW
CNSP
CNPN
(1) Speaker
1. Press the SPEAKER key.
CNCIS
2. Press the UP or DOWN until the display shows the desired volume
level.
Display:
Connector
No.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
SPEAKER: HIGH
CNPW
↔
Voltage limits
4.25V ~ 5.75V
23.3V ~ 24.7V
SPEAKER: MIDDLE
• Press SPEAKER key again to
turn off the speaker.
↔
Output
+5V
+24V
+24V
+24V
MG
MG
DG
Vreg(+5V)
SPEAKER: LOW
(2) Handset
1. When talking through the handset, press UP or DOWN until the
display shows the desired volume level.
Display:
↔
RECEIVER: HIGH
RECEIVER: MIDDLE
ICPs (IC Protectors) are installed to protect the motor driver circuit.
ICPs protect various ICs and electronic circuits from an overcurrent condition.
RECEIVER: LOW
↔
2. IC Protectors replacement
(3) Ringer
The location of ICPs are shown below:
1. Press the UP or DOWN key. (Make sure SPEAKER key has not been
pressed, the handset is not lifted, and a document is not loaded in the
feeder.)
Display:
• The ringer will ring once at the
RINGER: HIGH
selected level, then the date
and time will reappear in the
RINGER: MIDDLE
display.
CNPW
CNLIUA
• Note: The volume reverts to
MIDDLE each time you
replace the handset.
↔
FU100
↔
CONTROL PWB
(BOTTOM SIDE)
↔
RINGER: LOW
RINGER OFF: OK?
(1) FU100 (KAB2402) is installed in order to protect IC’s from an overcurrent generated in the motor drive circuit. If FU100 is open, replace it with a new one.
2. If you selected RINGER OFF: OK?, press START/MEMORY key.
2–1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[2] Diagnostics and Service Soft Switch
1. Operating procedure
(1) Entering the Diagnostic mode
Press FUNC → 9 →
ROM Ver. TA01
→ 8 → # → 7 , and the following display will appear.
(TA02 ) After 2 sec: DIAG MODE
TA01 (UX-P100U)
TA02 (UX-P200U)
Then press the START key. Select the desired item with the
key or the # key or select with the Rapid key. Enter the mode with the START key.
(Diag•specifications)
FUNC
9
8
TA01
TA02
7
DIAG MODE
START
Soft Switch mode
START
START
Entry data receive
ROM & RAM Check
START
START
Entry data send
Aging mode
START
START
Auto feeder mode
Panel Key Test
START
START
All black mode
Check Pattern
START
START
Shading mode
Signal Send mode
START
START
Memory clear
If the diag mode cannot be set, repeat the diag mode operation, performing the following operation.
After the power is turned ON and "WAIT A MOMENT" is indicated, press
the STOP key.
STOP
KEY
START
KEY
"Power ON" +
In relation with the process response (request from Production
Engineering) "WAIT A MOMENT" clock indication may appear depending
on STOP key timing. If the STOP key is held down, "MEMORY CLEAR?"
appears.
Memory clear
(Work + Backup)
2. Diagnostic items
ITEM No.
Contents
Function
1
SOFT SWITCH MODE
Soft switches are displayed and changed. List can be output.
2
ROM & RAM CHECK
ROM is sum-checked, and RAM is matched. Result list is output.
3
AGING MODE
10 sheets of check patterns are output every 5 minutes per sheet.
4
PANEL KEY TEST
Panel keys are tested. Result list is output.
5
CHECK PATTERN
Check pattern is output.
6
SIGNAL SEND MODE
Various signals of FAX communication are output.
7
MEMORY CLEAR
Back-up memory is cleared, and is set at delivery.
8
SHADING MODE
Shading compensation is performed in this mode.
9
ALL BLACK PRINT
To check the print head, whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m.
10
AUTO FEEDER MODE
Insertion and discharge of document are tested.
11
ENTRY DATA SEND
Registered content is sent.
12
ENTRY DATA RECEIVE
Registered content is received, and its list is output.
2–2
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3. Diagnostic items description
3. 1. Soft Switch mode
3. 6. Signal Send mode
This mode is used to send various signals to the circuit during FAX communication. Every push of START key sends a signal in the following
sequence. Moreover, the signal sound is also output to the speaker when
the line monitor of the soft switch is on.
Used to change the soft switch settings.
The soft switch which is stored internally is set by using the keys.
The available soft switches are SW-A1 to SW-N3.
[1] No signals
The content of soft switches is shown in page 2-5 to 2-18.
[2] 9600BPS (V.29)
The contents are set to factory default settings.
[3] 7200BPS (V.29)
[4] 4800BPS (V27ter)
3. 2. ROM & RAM check
[5] 2400BPS (V27ter)
ROM executes the sum check, and RAM executes the matching test.
The result will be notified with the number of short sounds of the buzzer
as well as by printing the ROM & RAM check list.
Number of short sounds of buzzer 0 → No error
[6] 300BPS (FLAG)
[7] 2100Hz (CED)
[8] 1100Hz (CNG)
1 → ROM error
2 → RAM error (4 Kbyte SRAM or
512 Kbyte DRAM)
3. 7. Memory Clear
This mode is used to clear the backup memory and reset to the default
settings.
3. 3. Aging mode
If any document is present, copying will be executed sheet by sheet. If
no document is present, the check pattern will be printed sheet by sheet.
This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet per 5minutes, and
will be ended at a total of 10 sheets.
3. 8. Shading mode
The mode is used for the shading compensation. For reading, set up the
special original paper.
The compensation memorizes the reference data of white and black for
reading.
Moreover, the memorized data is not erased even if memory clear mode
is executed.
3. 4. Panel Key test
This mode is used to check whether each key operates properly. Press
the key on the Operation Panel, and the key will be displayed on the
display. Therefore, press all keys. At this time, finally press the STOP
key.
3. 9. All Black Print
When the STOP key is pressed, the keys which are not judged as
"pressed" will be printed on the result list.
This mode is used to check the state of the printing head and to intentionally overheat it. Whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. If it is
overheated or the printing sheet is jammed, press STOP key for the end.
• LED part of the Contact Image Sensor (CIS) is kept on during the term
from when "START" of the panel test mode to end with the STOP key.
3. 10. Auto Feeder mode
3. 5. Check Pattern
In this mode, a document is inserted and discharged to check the auto
feed function.
This mode is used to check the state of the printing head. It is ended
with the following pattern printed on one printing sheet.
After this mode is started, set a document, and the document feed will
be automatically tested.
3. 11. Entry Data Send
1 DOT
1
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
2
This mode is used to send the registered data to another machine and
make the other machine copy the registered content.
2 DOTS
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
3
Before sending in this mode, it is necessary to set the other machine at
the entry data receive mode.
3 DOTS
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
4
The following, information will be sent to the remote machine:
1. Telephone list data
4 DOTS
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB
2. Sender register data
3. Optional setting content
4. Soft switch content
5. Junk fax number list
6. Recording setting list data
2–3
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3. 12. Entry data receive
In this mode, the registered data sent from the other machine is received and the received data is registered in the machine. When this mode
is used for receiving, the other machine must be in the entry data send
mode.
After receiving is completed, the following lists are printed.
1. Telephone list data
2. Sender register data (*)
3. Optional setting list (*)
4. Soft switch content
5. Junk fax number list (*)
6. Recording setting list data (*)
(*): Refer to SETUP LIST
4. How to make soft switch setting
To enter the soft switch mode, press the following key entries in sequence.
Press FUNCTION
DATA No.
9
8
7
START
START
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
S F T SW-A1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press FUNCTION key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press
key.
Press
key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bit1 - 8 are set.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press START key during setting.
S F T SW-A2 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Soft SW-A2 - SW-N3 are set.
S F T SW-N3 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
To finish the settings halfway between
SW-A1 and SW-N3, press the STOP
key. In this case, the setting being done
to the SW No. on display will be nullified
while settings done to the preceding
SW No. remain in effect.
When the COPY key is pressed, the
contents of soft switches are printed.
The soft switch mode is terminated.
2–4
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
5. Soft switch description
• Soft switch
SW
NO.
SW
l
A1
DATA
NO.
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
1
2
3
Protect from echo
Forced 4800 BPS reception
Footer print
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
0
0
0
4
Length limitation of copy/send/receive
No limit
Copy/send: 60 cm
Receive: 1 m
0
5
CSI transmission
No transmitted
Transmitted
0
6
DIS receive acknowledgement during G3
transmission
Twice
NSF: Once
DIS: Twice
0
7
Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission
modem
Yes
No
0
8
EOL detect timer
25 s
13 s
Modem speed
V.29
9600bps 7200bps
1
2
3
SW
l
A2
4
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
No. 4
1
1
0
0
1
Sender’s information transmit
H2 mode
No
No
Yes
Yes
0
0
7
Communication error treatment in RTN
sending mode (reception)
No communication error
Communication error
0
8
CNG transmission
CED tone signal interval
No
2
SW
l
A4
0
V.27 ter
4800bps
2400bps
5
6
1
SW
l
A3
Initial
setting
0
No. 1
1000ms
1
No. 2
1
Yes
750ms
1
500ms
0
75ms
0
0
0
1
0
0
No
0
3
MR coding
Yes
4
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
Signal transmission level
6
Protocol monitor (Error print)
Printed at communication error
Not printed
0
7
8
Protocol monitor
Line monitor
Yes
Yes
No
No
0
0
No. =
Binary input
16 8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4 5
0 1 0 0 0
2–5
0
0
1
0
0
0
Remarks
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
DATA
NO.
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
Digital line equalization setting (Reception)
1
2
No. 1
No. 2
Digital line equalization setting
SW
l
A5
SW
l
A6
1
2
(Transmission)
Initial
setting
0
No. 3
No. 4
Digital cable equalizer setting (Reception
No. 5
No. 6
7.2km
0km
1
1
0
0
7.2km
0km
1
1
0
0
7.2km
0km
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
5
6
for Caller ID)
0
0
7
8
1
Error criterion
Anti junk fax check
Reserved
10 ~ 20 %
Yes
5 ~ 10 %
No
0
1
0
2
End Buzzer
Yes
No
1
3
Disconnect the line when DIS is received in
RX mode
No
Yes
1
4
5
Equalizer freeze control (MODEM)
Equalizer freeze control 7200 BPS only
On
No
Off
Yes
0
0
6
7
8
CNG transmission in manual TX mode
Initial compression scheme for sharp fax in TX mode
Modem speed automatic fallback when RX
Yes
MR mode
Yes
No
H2 mode
No
1
0
0
level is under -40dBm
SW
l
B1
1
2
3
4
Recall interval
5
Recall times
No. =
6
SW
l
B2
No. =
Binary input
8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4
0 1 0 1
0
1
0
1
Binary input
0
8
4
2
1
0
5
0
6
0
7
1
8
1
1
1
0
7
8
1
Dial pausing (sec/pause)
4 sec
2 sec
2
3
Dial tone detection (before auto dial)
Reserved
No
Yes
4
Busy tone detection (after auto dial)
Waiting time after dialing
No
5
1
0
Yes
45 seconds 55 seconds 90 seconds 140 seconds
0
0
1
1
No.5
No.6
0
0
1
0
6
7
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
2–6
1
0
Remarks
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
SW
l
B3
SW
l
B4
SW
l
B5
DATA
NO.
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Auto dial mode delay timer of before line
connect
7
8
Reserved
1
Auto dial mode delay timer of after line
connect
2
3
4
5
Dial mode
Pulse → Tone change function by
Dial pulse make/break ratio (%)
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
8
Recalling fixed only one time when dialing was Yes
unsuccessful without detecting busy tone signal
1
DTMF signal transmission level (Low)
key
No.6
0 second
0
No.7
0
No.2
Tone
Enable
40/60
0
1
0
1
1
Pulse
Disable
33/67
0
1
2
3
4
No
No. =
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Binary input
0
16 8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4 5
0 1 0 0 1
1
0
0
5
1
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
8
1
Reserved
DTMF signal transmission level (High)
0
0
No. =
16 8 4 2 1
0
1 2 3 4 5
0 0 1 0 1
1
0
1
3
4
5
6
Dial tone detection (LCR center call) (UX-P100U only)
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
Binary input
No
Yes
0
0
0
Factory
setting
Light
Dark
Darker in
dark
No. 1
No. 2
0
0
Factory
setting
1
0
Light
0
1
Dark
1
1
Darker in
dark
0
0
3
No. 3
0
1
0
1
0
4
5
6
0
0
Standard
1
1
Line density selection
Reserved
No. 4
Fine
0
0
0
7
8
MTF correction in half tone mode
Reserved
1
2
Reading slice (Half tone)
No
Yes
2–7
Remarks
0
0
0
Reading slice (Binary)
SW
l
C1
1.5 seconds 3.0 seconds 4.5 seconds
0
1
1
1.7 seconds 3.0 seconds 3.6 seconds 4.0 seconds
0
0
1
1
No.1
2
SW
l
B6
Initial
setting
0
0
0
OPTION
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
DATA
NO.
1
Switch setting and function
ITEM
Number of rings for auto receive
2
3
SW
l
D1
No. =
4
5
6
Automatic switching manual to auto receive
mode
Reserved
Initial
setting
Remarks
Binary input
0
OPTION
8
1
4
2
2
3
1
4
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
Reception after 5 rings
SW
l
D2
SW
l
D3
SW
l
E1
SW
l
E2
No reception
0
0
Cl detect frequency
7
No.7
8
No.8
Distinctive ringing setting
(PATTERN 4 and 5 are for CANADA only)
0
As PTT
0
0
No. 1
0
OFF
11.5Hz
0
13.0Hz
1
1
0
20.0Hz
1
No. 2
0
1
No. 3
0
0
0
OPTION
STANDARD
0
0
1
PATTERN1
0
1
0
PATTERN2
0
1
1
1
PATTERN3
1
0
0
0
2
PATTERN4
1
0
1
0
3
PATTERN5
1
1
0
0
4
Reserved
5
6
Caller ID function
Caller ID detect during CI off
7
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
Cl off detection timer (0-1550ms setting by
2
50ms step)
0
Yes
All times
No
Only first
Binary input
No. =
0
0
0
0
0
16 8 4 2 1
1
1 2 3 4 5
0 1 1 1 0
1
1
0
3
4
5
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
2–8
OPTION
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
SW
l
E3
DATA
NO.
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
DTMF detection time
SW
l
F1
1
No. 1
50ms
0
2
3
No. 2
0
Protection of remote reception (5
4
Remote reception with GE telephone
5
6
Remote operation code figure by external
TEL (0~9)
SW
l
G1
SW
l
G2
SW
l
G3
1
2
CNG detection in STAND-BY mode
Reserved
3
Reserved
1
No
Compatible
No. =
100ms
1
120ms
1
0
1
Not compatible
0
1
1
0
1
5
0
0
1
6
1
7
0
Yes
8
1
No
1
0
0
No. 4
No. 5
1pulse
2pulses
3pulses
4pulses
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
2–9
Remarks
0
Binary input
8 4 2 1
Number of CNG detect (STAND-BY mode)
4
5
80ms
0
) detect Yes
7
8
SW
l
F2
Initial
setting
0
OPTION
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
SW
l
H1
SW
l
H2
SW
l
I1
SW
l
I2
SW
l
I3
SW
l
I4
DATA
NO.
ITEM
Switch setting and function
1
0
Initial
setting
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
2 – 10
Remarks
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
SW
l
I5
SW
l
I6
SW
l
I7
SW
l
J1
DATA
NO.
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Sender’s phone number setting
Reserved
5
6
Reserved
Summer time setting
Cannot change
Change allowed
No
Yes
Ringer volume
7
No. 7
8
1
2
3
0
1
Low
0
Middle
1
High
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
No. 1
Low
0
Middle
1
High
1
1
No. 2
0
1
0
1
No. 4
Low
0
Low
0
Middle
1
High
1
No. 5
0
1
0
1
Handset receiver volume
4
OPTION
0
0
OPTION
1
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2
Communication results printout
(Transaction report)
No. 2
E/T/M
0
3
No. 3
0
0
1
1
0
0
4
5
6
7
8
No. 4
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
2 – 11
Send only Always No print Err only
0
0
0
1
OPTION
OPTION
Low
0
Reserved
5
SW
l
J3
Off
0
Remarks
0
0
No. 8
Speaker volume (3 stages)
SW
l
J2
Initial
setting
0
OPTION
1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
SW
l
K1
SW
l
L1
DATA
NO.
SW
l
M1
SW
l
M2
Initial
setting
0
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
Cut off mode (COPY mode)
A4 paper enable
Yes
Enable
No
Disable
0
0
1
0
7
LEGAL & LETTER paper enable
Enable
Disable
1
8
Reserved
Paper set size
1
No. 1
2
No. 2
0
Automatic reduce of receive
Print contrast
Auto
LEGAL
0
A4
1
0
OPTION
1
0
0
100 %
Lighter
Light
0
0
OPTION
1
4
No. 4
Normal
0
5
No. 5
0
0
1
1
0
0
6
7
8
No. 6
Reception reduction ratio in case of memory full 100 %
Reserved
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
0
8
1
Reserved
LCR short time (UX-P100U only)
Dark
0
Darker
1
1
93 %
Binary input
No. = 32 16 8 4 2 1
3
4
5
Remarks
0
LETTER
0
2
SW
l
N1
1
1
3
SW
l
L2
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
0
0
5
2 3 4 5
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
6
0 (UX-P100U)
0 (UX-P200U)
0
0
OPTION
0
(UX-P100U
0
0
100U:1
ONLY)
200U:0
6
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
2 – 12
OPTION
OPTION
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW
NO.
DATA
NO.
1
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
LCR long time (UX-P100U only)
2
SW
l
N2
3
4
4
5
0
Remarks
Binary input
0
OPTION
No. = 32 16 8 4 2 1
0
(UX-P100U
0
100U:1
200U:0
0
ONLY)
1
0
0
2 3 4 5
0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
6
0 (UX-P100U)
0 (UX-P200U)
6
SW
l
N3
Initial
setting
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
LCR Time Select (UX-P100U only)
Long
Short
2
Temporary release of caller ID withhold (UX-P100U only)
Yes
No
3
Connect Japanese center (UX-P100U only)
Connect Japanese center
Connect USA center
4
OpenLCR debug mode (UX-P100U only)
OpenLCR debug mode ON
OpenLCR debug mode OFF
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2 – 13
0
100U:1
200U:0
0
0
OPTION
(UX-P100U
ONLY)
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
• Soft switch function description
SW-A2 No. 7 Communication error treatment in RTN sending mode
(Reception)
SW-A1 No. 1 Protect from Echo
Used to determine communication error treatment when RTN is sent by
occurrence of a received image error in G3 reception. When it is set to
"1", communication error is judged as no error.
Used to protect from echo in reception.
SW-A1 No. 2 Forced 4800BPS reception
SW-A2 No. 8 CNG transmission
When line conditions warrant that receptions take place at 4800 BPS
repeatedly.
When set to "0" , this model allows CNG transmission by pressing the
Start key in the key pad dialing mode. When set to "1", CNG transmission in the key pad dialing mode cannot be performed. In either case.
CNG transmission can be performed in the auto dial mode.
It may improve the success of receptions by setting at 4800BPS.
This improves the receiving document quality and reduces handshake
time due to fallback during training.
SW-A3 No. 1, No. 2 CED tone signal interval
SW-A1 No. 3 Footer print
For international communication, the 2100Hz CED tone may act as an
echo suppression switch, causing a communication problem.
When set to "1", the date of reception, the sender machine No., and the
page No. are automatically recorded at the end of reception.
Though SW-A3 No. 1 and No. 2 are normally set to 0, this selfing is used
to change the time between the CED tone signal to eliminate the communication caused by echo.
SW-A1 No. 4 Length limitation of copy/send/receive
Used to set the maximum page length.
TX
To avoid possible paper jam, the page length is normally limited to 0.6
meter for copy or transmit, and 1 meters for receive.
RX
CED
It is possible to set it to "No limit" to transmit a long document, such as a
computer print form, etc. (In this case, the receiver must also be set to
no limit.)
T
DIS
SW-A1 No. 5 CSI transmission
(CSI TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set whether the machine sends or
does not send the signal (CSI signal) informing its own telephone No. to
the remote fax machine when information is received. When "nonsending"
is set, the telephone No. is not output on the remote transmitting machine if the remote transmitting machine has the function to display or
print the telephone No. of receiving machine, using this CSI signal.
SW-A3 No. 3 MR Coding
MR Coding is enable.
SW-A3 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-A1 No. 6 DIS receive acknowledgment during G3 transmission
Used to make a choice of whether reception of DIS (NSF) is acknowledged after receiving two DISs (NSFs) or receiving one DIS (two NSFs).
It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo suppression problem, if set to 1.
SW-A4 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Signal transmission level
Used to control the signal transmission level in the range of-0dB to31dB.
SW-A1 No. 7 Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission modem
If set to "1", protocol is printed at communication error.
SW-A4 No. 6 Protocol monitor (Error print)
Though transmission of a non-modulated carrier is not required for transmission by the V29 modem according to the CCITT recommendation, it
may be permitted to a send non-modulated carrier before the image
signal to avoid an echo suppression problem. It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo suppression problem, if set to 1.
SW-A4 No. 7 Protocol monitor
Normally set to "0". If set to "1", communication can be checked, in case
of trouble, without using a G3 tester or other tools.
When communication FSK data transmission or reception is made, the
data is taken into the buffer. When communication is finished, the data
is analysed and printed out. When data is received with the line monitor
(SW-A4 No. 8) set to "1" the reception level is also printed out.
SW-A1 No. 8 EOL (End Of Line) detect timer
Used to make a choice of whether to use the 25-second or 13-second
timer for detection of EOL.
This is effective to override communication failures with some facsimile
models that have longer EOL detection.
SW-A4 No. 8 Line monitor
Normally set to "0". If set to "1", the transmission speed and the reception level are displayed on the LCD. Used for line tests.
SW-A2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Modem speed
SW-A5 No. 1, No. 2 Digital line equalization setting (Reception)
Used to set the initial modem speed. The default is 9600BPS.
It may be necessary to program it to a slower speed when frequent line
fallback is encountered, in order to save the time required for fallback
procedure.
Line equalization when reception is to be set according to the line characteristics.
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
SW-A2 No. 5 Sender’s information transmit
SW-A5 No. 3, No. 4 Digital line equalization setting (Transmission)
(SENDER’S INFORMATION TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set the
function to print the content of HEADER PRINT described in the passcode
list at the front end of receiver’s original when original is sent to the
remote machine.
Line equalization when transmitter is to be set according to the line
characteristics.
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
If this switch is set to "NO", the HEADER PRINT is not output at the
receiving machine.
SW-A5 No. 5, No. 6 Digital cable equalizer setting
(Reception for Caller ID)
SW-A2 No. 6 H2 mode
Line equalization when reception for CALLER ID is to be set according
to the line characteristics.
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
Used to determine reception of H2 mode (15 sec transmission mode).
When set to OFF, H2 mode reception is inhibited even though the transmitting machine has H2 mode function.
SW-A5 No. 7 Error criterion
Used to select error criterion for sending back RTN when receiving image data.
2 – 14
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
When using the Anti junk fax function, set to "1".
SW-B3 No. 6, No. 7 Auto dial mode Delay timer of before line connect
SW-A6 No. 1 Reserved
Delay time between the dial key input and line connection under the
auto dial mode.
SW-A5 No. 8 Anti junk fax check
Set to "0".
SW-B3 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-A6 No. 2 End buzzer
Setting this bit to 0 will disable the end buzzer (including the error buzzer/
on-hook buzzer).
SW-B4 No. 1, No. 2 Auto dial mode Delay timer of after line connect
Delay time between the line connection and dial data output under the
auto dial mode.
SW-A6 No. 3 Disconnect the line when DIS is received in RX mode
Bit1= 0: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, the line is disconnected immediately.
RAPID01
CML RELAY ON
Bit1= 1: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, the line is disconnected on the next tone.
DIALLING
SW-A6 No. 4 Equalizer freeze control (MODEM)
This switch is used to perform reception operation by fixing the equalizer control of modem for the line which is always in an unfavorable
state and picture cannot be received.
* Usually, the control is executed according to the state of line where
the equalizer setting is changed always.
No.6
No.7
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0sec
1.5sec
3.0sec
4.5sec
SW-B4 No. 3 Dial mode
When using the pulse dial, set to 1. When using the tone dial, set to 0.
SW-A6 No. 5 Equalizer freeze control 7200BPS only
SW-B4 No. 4 Pulse → Tone change function by
Setting which specifies SW-A3 No. 6 control only in the condition of
7200BPS modem speed.
When setting to 1, the mode is changed by pressing the
pulse dial mode to the tone dial mode.
SW-A6 No. 6 CNG transmission in manual TX mode
key
key from the
DIAL DATA
RAPID01
When set to "1", fax transmit the CNG signal in case of manual transmission mode (User press the START key after waiting for the fax answering signal from handset or speaker).
SW-A6 No. 7 Initial compression scheme for sharp fax in TX mode
When set to "0", if the other fax is Sharp model, fax transmit the document by H2 mode. When set to "1", even if the other fax is Sharp model,
fax transmit the document by MR mode.
CML RELAY ON
No.1
No.2
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1.7sec
3.0sec
3.6sec
4.0sec
SW-B4 No. 5 Dial pulse make/break ratio (%)
SW-A6 No. 8 Modem speed automatic fallback when RX level is
under -40dBm
When using the 33% make ratio pulse dial, set to "0".
When using the 40% make ratio pulse dial, set to "1".
When set to "1", if fax signal level is under -40dBm during reception,
machine selects the slower modem speed automatically.
It is effective when noises occur on the received document due to the
long distance communications.
SW-B4 No. 6, No. 7 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-B4 No. 8 Recalling fixed only one time when dialing was unsuccessful without detecting busy tone signal
SW-B1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Recall interval
Choice is made for a redial interval for speed and rapid dial calls.
Use a binary number to program this. If set to 0 accidentally, 1 will be
assumed.
When dialing results in failure since the busy tone cannot be detected,
recalling is fixed to one time.
Supplementary explanation
If time-out termination is made when dialing, only single recall is possible even if the setting time of recalls (SW-B1 No. 5 - No. 8) has been set
to some times. This soft switch is added in order to meet FCC.
SW-B1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Recall times
Choice is made as to how many redials there should be.
SW-B2 No. 1 Dialing pause (sec/pause)
Pauses can be inserted between telephone numbers of direct dial connection. Selection of 4 sec or 2 sec pause is available.
SW-B5 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (Low)
The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (lower frequency)
SW-B2 No. 2 Dial tone detection (before auto dial)
00000: 0dBm
Used to set YES/NO of dial tone detection in auto dialing.
↓
SW-B2 No. 3 Reserved
Set to "0".
11111: -15.5dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
SW-B5 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-B2 No. 4 Busy tone detection (after auto dial)
Set to "0".
Used to set busy tone detection in auto dialing.
SW-B6 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (High)
SW-B2 No. 5, No. 6 Waiting time after dialing
The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (higher frequency)
This is time waiting for the opponent’s signals after dialing.
00000: 0dBm
SW-B2 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
↓
Set to "0".
11111: -15.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
SW-B3 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Reserved
Set to "0".
2 – 15
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
<Example of use>
SW-B6 No. 6 Dial tone detection (LCR center call) (UX-P100U ONLY)
Used to set YES/NO of dial tone detection (calling LCR center).
Phone Number
Intended
Purpose
SW-B6 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
Ring Pattern
Set to "0".
SW-C1 No. 1, No. 2 Reading slice (Binary)
Used to determine the set value of reading density in standard/fine mode.
The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")
SW-C1 No. 3, No. 4 Reading slice (Half tone)
Ring Pattern
555-1234
Voice Calls
Standard
555-1235
Facsimile Calls
Pattern 1
555-1236
Answering
Machine
Pattern 2
555-1237
PC Modem
Pattern 3
<Distinctive Ringing Timing Specifications>
1) USA
Used to determine the set value of reading density in half tone mode.
The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")
DISTINCTIVE RING → 1:RING PATTERN 1 → 2:RING PATTERN 2
↑
↓
5:OFF SETTING
← 4:STANDARD RING ← 3:RING PATTERN 3
SW-C1 No. 5 Line density selection
Used to set the transmission mode which is automatically selected when
the Resolution key is not pressed. In the copy mode, however, the fine
mode is automatically selected unless the Resolution key is manually
set to another mode.
2) Canada
DISTINCTIVE RING → 1:RING PATTERN 1 → 2:RING PATTERN 2
↑
↓
7:OFF SETTING
3:RING PATTERN 3
↑
↓
6:STANDARD RING ← 5:RING PATTERN 5 ← 4:RING PATTERN 4
SW-C1 No. 6 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-C1 No. 7 MTF correction in half tone mode
•
This allows selection of MTF correction (dimness correction) in the half
tone mode.
When "NO" (=1) is selected, the whole image becomes soft and mild.
Clearness of characters will be reduced. Normally set to "YES" (=0).
Ring Pattern
STANDARD has 5 ring patterns, and DISTINCTIVE has 9 patterns.
Ring patterns ~ for USA, and ~ for Canada.
However, to make the setting procedure as easy as possible for the
user to understand these patterns are grouped as follows:
<Optional Setting>
1) RING PATTERN 1
RING PATTERN
for USA
RING PATTERN
for USA
RING PATTERN
for Canada
2) RING PATTERN 2
RING PATTERN
for USA
RING PATTERN
for Canada
3) RING PATTERN 3
RING PATTERN
for USA
RING PATTERN
for Canada
4) RING PATTERN 4
RING PATTERN
for Canada
5) RING PATTERN 5
RING PATTERN
for Canada
6) STANDARD RING
7) OFF SETTING
14
SW-C1 No. 8 Reserved
59
1
4
5
2
6
3
7
8
9
Set to "0".
SW-D1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Number of rings for auto receive
When the machine is set in the auto receive mode, the number of rings
before answering can be selected. It may be set from one to four rings
using a binary number. Since the facsimile telephone could be used as
an ordinary telephone if the handset is taken off the hook, it should be
programmed to the user’s choice. If the soft switch was set to 1, direct
connection is made to the facsimile. If a facsimile calling beep was heard
when the handset is taken off the hook, press the START key and put
the handset on the hook to have the facsimile start receiving. If it was
set to 0 accidentally, receive ring is set to 1.
NOTE: If the machine is set to answer after a large number of rings, it
may not be able to receive faxes successfully. If you have difficulty receiving faxes, reduce the number of rings to a maximum
of 6.
2S ring
STANDARD
SW-D1 No. 5 Automatic switching manual to auto receive mode
4S ring
2S ring
2S ring
This soft switch is used to select whether the machine should switch to
the auto receive mode after 5 rings in the manual receive mode or remain in the same way as SW-D1 No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 "0"1"0"1"(5
rings).
1.5S ring
3S ring
1S ring
4S ring
SW-D1 No. 6 Reserved
0.5S
1.5S ring
Set to "0".
0.5S
RING
PATTERN 1
for USA
SW-D1 No. 7, No. 8 CI detect frequency
Detection frequency of ring signal for auto reception is set.
When set to No. 6=0, No. 7=0, frequency is set to PTT recommendation.
When set to No. 6=0, No. 7=1, frequency is set to 11.5Hz or more.
When set to No. 6=1, No. 7=0, frequency is set to 13.0Hz or more.
When set to No. 6=1, No. 7=1, frequency is set to 20.0Hz or more.
RING
PATTERN 2
for USA
RING
PATTERN 3
for USA
RING
PATTERN 4
for USA
SW-D2 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Distinctive ringing setting (PATTERN 4 and 5
are for CANADA only)
RING
PATTERN 5
for CANADA
This function allows reception of services offered by USA and Canada
telephone companies in which the customer contracts with the telephone
company to have up to 4 telephone numbers (USA) or 6 telephone numbers (Canada) established for one line.
Each telephone number is signalled by a different ringing pattern, and
the customer can allocate each number to a specific use.
RING
PATTERN 6
for CANADA
RING
PATTERN 7
for CANADA
RING
PATTERN 8
for CANADA
RING
PATTERN 9
for CANADA
4S ring
0.8S
0.8S
0.4S
1S
0.3S
0.2S
4S ring
0.3S
0.2S
4S ring
0.4S 0.4S 0.8S
0.2S 0.2S
1S
4S ring
1S
4S ring
1S
1S
1S
0.5S
0.5S
1S
0.5S
0.5S
0.5S
0.5S
0.5S
0.5S
1S
0.5S
0.25S 0.25S 0.25S
0.2S 0.2S
0.25S 0.25S
0.2S
6S
2 – 16
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
SW-D2 No. 4 Reserved
SW-F1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Remote operation code figure by external TEL
(0 ~ 9)
Set to "0".
Remote operation codes can be changed from 0 through 9. If set to
greater than 9, it defaults to 9. The "5
" is not changed.
Ex-7
(Default: 5
)
SW-D2 No. 5 Caller ID function
Used for Caller ID function.
SW-D2 No. 6 Caller ID detect during CI off
Detection of caller ID signal is performed as follows:
0:First CI OFF only
1:All of CI OFF
SW-F2 No. 1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode
SW-D2 No. 7,No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
When setting to "1", the CNG signal detection function during stand-by
stops.
SW-F2 No. 2, No. 3 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-F2 No. 4, No. 5 Number of CNG detect (STAND-BY mode)
SW-D3 No. 1 ~ No. 5 CI off detection timer (0-1550ms setting by
50ms step)
Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
Set the minimum time period of CI signal interruption which affords to be
judged as a CI OFF section with 50ms steps.
(Example)
SW-F2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
A
Set to "0".
SW-G1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
B
SW-G2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
400msec
2000msec
1
2
SW-G3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
01110 (50ms ~ 14):
700ms (CI interruption>700ms:Judged as a CI OFF section)
The section 1 is not judged as a CI OFF section, the CI signal A
is counted as one signal.
The section 2 is judged as a CI OFF section, the CI signal B is
considered as the second signal.
00111 (50ms ~ 7):
350ms (CI interruption>350ms:Judged as a CI OFF section)
The section 1 is judged as a CI OFF section, and the CI signal A
is counted as two signals.
The section 2 is judged as a CI OFF section, and the CI signal B
is considered as the third signal.
SW-H1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-H2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-I1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-I2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-D3 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-I3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-E1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-I4 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-E2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-I5 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-E3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-I6 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detect time
SW-I7 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in
remote reception (5
).
Set to "0".
The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by
noises.
Set to "0".
SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote reception (5
SW-J1 No. 3 Sender’s phone number setting
Used to set the function of remote reception (5
the remote reception function is disabled.
Set to "0".
SW-J1 No. 1, No. 2 Reserved
) detect
Used to make a choice of whether the registered sender’s phone number
can be changed or not. If the switch is set to "1", new registration of the
sender’s phone number is disabled to prevent accidental wrong input.
). When set to "1",
SW-F1 No. 4 Remote reception with GE telephone
SW-J1 No. 4, No. 5 Reserved
(Corresponding to TEL mode by GE) P. B. X.
Set to "0".
"1": Compatible with TEL mode by GE
SW-J1 No. 6 Summer time setting
"0": Not compatible
•
•
This is used to set YES/NO of automatic clock adjustment for European
Summer time.
When sending (5
) for remote reception with a GE manufactured
telephone remote reception may not take place because of special
specifications in their DTMF.
To overcome this, a soft SW is provided to change the modem setting to allow for remote reception.
SW-J1 No. 7, No. 8 Ringer volume
Used to adjust ringing volume.
If this soft SW is set to "1", other telephone sets may be adversely
affected.
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UX-P200U
SW-J2 No. 1, No. 2 Speaker volume (3 stages)
SW-N1 No. 1 ~ No. 6 LCR short time (UX-P100U ONLY)
Used to adjust sound volume from a speaker.
First time setting transmitting to the openLCR center.
SW-J2 No. 3 Reserved
SW-N1 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-J2 No. 4, No. 5 Handset receiver volume
Used to adjust sound volume from a handset receiver volume.
SW-N2 No. 1 ~ No. 6 LCR long time (UX-P100U ONLY)
Second time setting transmitting to the openLCR center.
SW-J2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-N2 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-J3 No. 1 Reserved
SW-N3 No. 1 LCR Time Select (UX-P100U ONLY)
Set to "0".
Used to select LCR short time or LCR long time.
SW-J3 No. 2 ~ No. 4 Communication result printout (Transaction
report)
0:LCR short time is selected.
1:LCR long time is selected.
Every communication, the result can be output. As usual, it is set to print
the timer sending communication error alone. If No. 2: 0 No. 3: 1 No. 4:
0 are set, printing is always on (printed even if it is normally ended).
SW-N3 No. 2 Temporary release of caller ID withhold (UX-P100U
ONLY)
Used to do temporary release of caller ID withhold.
000: Error, timer and memory sending/receiving
0:Normal dialing.
1:Release of caller ID withhold before dialing.
001: Sending
010: Continuous printing
SW-N3 No. 3 Connect Japanese center (UX-P100U ONLY)
Used to connect Japanese openLCR center.
011: Not printed
0:Connect USA openLCR center.
1:Connect Japanese openLCR center.
100: Communication error
SW-J3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-N3 No. 4 OpenLCR debug mode (UX-P100U ONLY)
Set to "0".
Used to debug openLCR function.
SW-K1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
0:Normal mode.
1:debug mode.
Set to "0".
SW-L1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Reserved
SW-N3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-L1 No. 5 Cut off mode (COPY mode)
Whether the excessive part is printed on the next recording paper or
discarded is selected to copy a document which is longer than the recording paper.
SW-L1 No. 6 A4 Paper enable
The use of recording paper of A4 is enabled.
SW-L1 No. 7 LEGAL and LETTER paper enable
The use of recording paper of LEGAL and LETTER is enabled.
SW-L1 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-L2 No. 1, No. 2 Paper set size
At present size of the recording paper.
SW-L2 No. 3 Automatic reduce of receive
If set to 1, it is reduced automatically when receiving.
SW-L2 No. 4 ~ No. 6 Print contrast
Used for adjustment of print contrast.
SW-L2 No. 7 Reception reduction ratio in case of memory full
This model is designed so that the print is started according to the setting of SW-L2 No.3 when reception of one page is completed. However,
if the memory is filled with data before completion of reception of one
page, the print is started with the reduction ratio which is set with this
switch.
SW-L2 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-M1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-M2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
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UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[3] Troubleshooting
Refer to the following actions to troubleshoot any of the problems mentioned in 1-4.
[1]
A communication error occurs.
[2]
Image distortion produced.
[3]
Unable to do overseas communication.
[4]
Communication speed slow due to FALLBACK.
•
Increase the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
May be used in case [1] [2] [3].
•
Decrease the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4,
5. May be used in case [3].
•
Apply line equalization SOFT SWITCH A5-1, 2.
May be used in case [1] [2] [3] [4].
•
Slow down the transmission speed SOFT SWITCH A2-1, 2, 3,
4. May be used in case [2] [3].
•
Replace the TEL/LIU PWB.
May be used in all cases.
•
Replace the control PWB.
May be used in all cases.
* If transmission problems still exist on the machine, use the following
format and check the related matters.
TO:
ATT:
Ref.No. :
CC:
ATT:
Date
FM:
From: Mr.
Our customer
Other party
Problem mode
Dept
:
Sign
:
***** Facsimile communication problem *****
Fax Tel No.:
Name
Address
Contact person
Name
Address
Contact person
Line: Domestic / international
Reception / Transmission
Frequency:
Confirmation
item
:
Our customer
A1
A2
Ref.No.:
Date:
Model:
G3
Automatic reception / Manual reception
Automatic dialing / Manual dialing / Others
% ROM version:
Other party
B1
B2
C1
D2
C2
E1
E2
Our service
D1
Other party's service
Comment
Countermeasure
**** Please attach the G3 data and activity report on problem. ****
* Please complete this report before calling the “TAC” hotline if problem still occurs.
2 – 19
Tel No.
Fax No.
Model name
Tel No.
Fax No.
Model name
Phase: A, B, C, D.
Please mark problem with an X.
No problem is: 0.
A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 D1 D2 E1 E2
Transmission level setting is (
customer
Transmission level (
) dBm
Reception level (
) dBm
By level meter at B1 and B2
) dB at our
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[4] Error code table
1. Communication error code table
G3 Transmission
Code
Final received signal
Error Condition (Receiver side)
0
Incomplete signal frame
Cannot recognize bit stream after flag
1
NSF, DIS
Cannot recognize DCS signal by echo etc.
2
CFR
Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
Disconnects line during reception (carrier missing etc)
3
4
FTT
MCF
Disconnects line by fall back
Disconnects line during reception of multi page
5
PIP or PIN
Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal in the case of mode change
The line is hung up without replying to telephone request from the receiving party.
6
RTN or RTP
Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal after transmit RTN or RTP signal.
7
8
No signal or DCN
−
No response in receiver side or DCN signal received* (transmitter side)
Owing to error in some page the error could not be corrected although the specified number of
error retransmissions were attempted.
11
−
Error occurred after or while reception by the remote (receiving) machine was revealed to be
impossible.
12
−
Error occurred just after fallback.
13
−
Error occurred after a response to retransmission end command was received.
G3 Reception
Code
0
Final received signal
Incomplete signal frame
Error Condition (Receiver side)
Cannot recognize bit stream after flag
1
NSS, DCS
2
NSC, DTC
Cannot recognize CFR or FTT signal
Disconnects line during transmission (line error)
Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
3
EOP
Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal
4
5
EOM
MPS
Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal in the case of mode change
The line is hung up without replying to communication request.
6
7
PR1-Q
No signal or DCN
Cannot recognize PIP, PIN signal in the case of TALK request
No response in transmitter (cannot recognize DIS signal) or DCN signal received* (receiver side)
8
9
−
−
Error occurred upon completion of reception of all pages.
Error occurred when mode was changed or Transmission/Reception switching was performed.
10
11
−
−
Error occurred during partial page or physical page reception.
Error occurred after or during inquiry from the remote (transmitting) machine as to whether
12
−
reception is possible or not.
Error occurred during or just after fallback.
13
−
Error occurred after the retransmission end command was received.
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UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3-2. Automatic document feed
CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS
1) Use of the paper feed roller and separate plate ensures error-free
transport and separation of documents. The plate spring presses the
document to the paper feed roller to assure smooth feeding of the
document.
[1] General description
2) Document separation method: Separate plate
1. Document feed block and diagram
Document
Document guide upper
Paper feed plate
Front sensor
Separate rubber
Document
Document
sensor
Separate plate
Back roller
Paper feed roller
Paper feed roller
Fig. 3
CIS
3-3. Documents applicable for automatic feed
10 sheets
1sheet(Manual)
70 kg
70 kg ~ 135 kg
21.5 lbs.
14 lbs. ~ 42 lbs.
(80 g/m2)
(52 g/m2 ~ 157g/m2 )
Paper thickness (ref.) 0.1 mm
0.1 mm ~ 0.18mm
Paper size
LGL (216 mm x 355.6 mm)
A4 (210 mm x 297 mm)
LTR (216 mm x 279 mm)
Feeder capacity
A4/LTR: 10 sheets
LGL : 1 sheet
Paper weight
Fig. 1
2. Document feed operation
1) The original, which is set in the document hopper, feeds automatically when the front sensor is activated. This in turn activates the
pulse motor which drives the document supply roller. The document
stops when the lead edge is detected by the document sensor.
2) The lead edge of the original is fed a specified number of pulses after
the lead edge of the document is detected for the reading process to
begin.
NOTE: Double-side coated documents and documents on facsimile recording paper should be inserted manually. The document feed
quantity may be changed according to the document thickness.
3) The trailing edge of the original is fed a specific number of pulses
after the trailing edge of the document deactivates the document
sensor. The read process then stops and the original is discharged.
Documents corresponding to a paper weight heavier than 70 kg (81.4g/
m 2 ) and lighter than 135 kg (157 g/m2 ) are acceptable for manual feed.
4) When the front sensor is in the OFF state (any document is not set
up in the hopper guide), the drive will be stopped when the document is discharged.
Documents heavier than 135 kg in terms of the paper weight must be
duplicated on a copier to make it operative in the facsimile.
3-4. Loading the documents
3. Hopper mechanism
1) Make sure that the documents are of suitable size and thickness,
and free from creases, folds, curls, wet glue, wet ink, clips, staples
and pins.
3-1. General view
2) Place documents face down in the hopper.
i) Adjust the document guides to the document size.
ii) Align the top edge of documents and gently place them into the
hopper. The first page under the stack will be taken up by the
feed roller to get ready for transmission.
NOTES: 1) Curled edge of documents, if any, must be straightened
out.
2) Do not load the documents of different sizes and/or
thicknesses together.
Fig. 2
The hopper section contains document guides that are used to adjust
the hopper to the width of the original document. This ensures that the
original feeds straight into the fax machine for scanning.
Document width: 148 mm to 216 mm (A5 longitudinal size to Letter
longitudinal size)
NOTE: Adjust the document guide after setting up the document.
3–1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
2) Structure of recording mechanism
Back of
document
Recording is achieved by applying a suitable pressure to the thermal
head through the imaging film of the recording paper feed roller and the
recording paper.
The main scanning is electronically performed, and the sub-scanning is
mechanically performed (by sending the recording paper with the recording paper feed roller).
Last page of
document
Paper feed plate
First page of
document
Separate
rubber
3) Recording paper transfer sequence
a) The recording paper stored in the paper tray ass’y is fed with the PU
roller, and is stopped when the P-IN sensor is turned on by sensing
its lead edge.
Separate
plate
b) Hereafter, the imaging film and recording paper are transferred with
the recording paper feed roller, and thermal transcription is performed
on the recording paper.
Paper feed roller
c) After thermal transcription, the imaging film is taken up by the roller
on the take-up side, and the recording paper is discharged by the
back roller.
Fig. 4
Troubleshooting the density unevenness mainly results from the
longitu-dinal misalignment of the thermal head to the heater line. Otherwise, the head is in uneven contact with the recording paper feed
roller, or the imaging film is wrinkled.
3-5. Documents requiring use of document carrier
1) Documents smaller than 148mm (W) x 140mm (L).
The following items are described as the simplified checking method.
1 Are the power and signal cables of the thermal head suitably treated?
2 Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head pressure
2) Documents thinner than the thickness of 0.06mm.
3) Documents containing creases, folds, or curls, especially those whose
surface is curled (maximum allowable curl is 5mm).
spring is replaced?
3 Is the feed roller of the recording paper concentric? (Density is un-
4) Documents containing tears.
even at intervals.)
5) Carbon-backed documents. (Insert a white sheet of paper between
the carbon back and the document carrier to avoid transfer of carbon
to the carrier.)
4 Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head is replaced?
5 Is the imaging film stained or wrinkled?
6) Documents containing an easily separable writing material (e.g., those
written with a lead pencil).
5-3. General view
7) Transparent documents.
8) Folded or glued documents.
Document in document carrier should be inserted manually into the
feeder.
Paper
tray
extension
(Accessory)
4. Document release
4-1. General
To correct a jammed document or to clean the document running surface, pull the insertion side of document center of the operation panel.
To open the upper document guide, the operation panel must be opened
first.
Feed plate
Paper
tray ass'y
(Accessory)
Separate rubber
P-IN sensor lever
(Upper)
5. Recording block
Platen roller
5-1. Driving
In the drive mechanism, the rotating force of the pulse motor for both
transmission and reception is transmitted to the paper supply roller, the
recording paper feed roller and imaging film drive gear through the pulse
motor axle gear, reduction gear and planetary gear.
PU roller
Release lever
5-2. Recording
Imaging film
(Supply side)
Thermal head
Film sensor lever
This equipment employs the thermal transcription system which uses
the thermal head imaging film.
Imaging film
(Take-up side)
1) Thermal head
Fig. 5
The thermal head is composed of 2,016 heating elements in traverse
line, and the resolution power is 8 dots/mm. The maximum speed is 10
ms/line.
3–2
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[2] Disassembly and assembly procedures
•
•
This chapter mainly describes the disassembly procedures. For the assembly procedures, reverse the disassembly procedures.
•
•
The numbers in the illustration, the parts list and the flowchart in a same section are common to each other.
Easy and simple disassembly/assembly procedures of some parts and units are omitted. For disassembly and assembly of such parts and units,
refer to the Parts List.
To assure reliability of the product, the disassembly and the assembly procedures should be performed carefully and deliberately.
1
Parts list (Fig. 1)
Bottom plate, PWB’s and drive unit
No.
2
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
9
Connector
2
Screw (3×10)
5
10
TEL/LIU PWB unit
1
3
Screw
1
11
Connector
6
4
AC cord earth cable
1
12
Screw (3×10)
1
5
Bottom plate
1
13
Hook
1
6
Hook
1
14
Control PWB unit
1
7
Connector
1
15
Interface PWB unit
1
8
Power supply PWB unit
1
16
Screw (3×10)
2
17
Drive unit
1
2
2
4
AC cord
7
8
5
4
10
Washer
3
15
9
11
11
Push
11
14
11
15
16
11
6
16
17
12
13
1
Fig. 1
3–3
Part name
Q’ty
1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
2
Parts list (Fig. 2)
Operation panel unit, top cover unit
and sub frame unit
No.
NOTE: For disassembly of the inside of the unit,
refer to the exploded view in the parts
guide.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
6
Screw (3×12)
Part name
Q’ty
4
2
Stopper plate
1
7
Operation panel unit
1
3
Operation panel unit/
8
Screw (3×10)
2
top cover unit/ sub frame unit
1
9
Hook
3
4
Interface PWB cover
1
10
Top cover unit
1
5
Connector
1
11
Sub frame unit
1
Operation
7 panel unit
9
9
11 Sub frame
unit
9
6
P-IN
lever
6
10
Top cover
unit
8
6
6
8
3
Screwdriver
4
Hook
5
Screwdriver
2
1
Fig. 2
3–4
NOTE: When removing the operation
panel unit, detach the stopper
plate at first.
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3
CIS unit and thermal head unit
Parts list (Fig. 3)
No.
NOTE: For disassembly of the inside of the unit,
refer to the exploded view in the parts
guide.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
4
Head cover
Part name
1
2
Screw (3×10)
1
5
Thermal head unit
1
3
CIS unit
1
3 CIS unit
2
Screwdriver
Hook
4
Hook
Hook
5 Thermal head unit
1
Fig. 3
3–5
Q’ty
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
4
Wire treatment
Parts list (Fig. 6)
No.
Part name
Q’ty
1
Screw (4×6)
1
2
Band (100mm)
2
Bottom plate
AC cord earth cable
AC cord
Figure for setting the
Speaker Hold Spring
1
Interface PWB
TEL/LIu
PWB
Power supply PWB
Head cable
Drive unit
Interface cable
Speaker
Speaker
Motor cable
Cam switch cable
Speaker cable
Control PWB
Speaker
Hold
Spring
CIS cable
Rib
Drive unit
Rib Motor cable
Cam
switch
cable
Operation panel unit
Top cover unit
2
Panel cable
Thermal head
CIS cable
Head cable
Scanner
frame
Rib
Panel cable
Rib
Head cable
Tape
Rib
2
Tape
Rib
Interface PWB
Fig. 6
3–6
4–1
LINE
HANDSET
SPEAKER
AMPLIFIER
SURGE
PROTECT/
FILTER
CNPRG
CONTROL PWB UNIT
CML
CI
AMPLIFIER
FLASH
2Mbit
TEL/LIU
PWB UNIT
CLOCK
32.768kHz
TRANSFORMER
CLOCK
32.256MHz
VBT
DRAM
4Mbit
PIO
DSP
IA(CX20438)
CPU
RTC
S-RAM(32kbit)
+3.3V
SURGE
TRANS
ABSORBER
RECTIFIER
DIODE
TRANSFORMER
RECTIFIER
+24V
FILM
SENSOR
THERMAL
HEAD
FILTER
POWER SUPPLY
PWB UNIT
LCD
PM
MOTOR
IMAGING
FILM
P-IN
SENSOR
RECORDING PAPER
DRIVER
CONTACT
IMAGE
SENSOR
DOCUMENT
SENSOR
FRONT
SENSOR
OPERATION
PANEL
PANEL
FET
STABILIZER
REGULATOR
PANEL I/F
WATCHDOG
TIMER
SIO
THERMAL
HEAD I/F
SENSOR I/F
MOTOR I/F
CIS I/F
TIMER
SIO
INTERRUPT
CONTROLLER
CPU I/F
1CHIP FAX ENGINE (SCE209)
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram
4–2
CNLCD
CNPN-A
16
CNPN
CNCIS
CNTH
INTERFACE
PWB
CNPN-A
7
15
16
CNPN
CNMT
6
SPEAKER
2
CNSP
CONTROL PWB UNIT
CNCSW
2
CNPW
CNLIUA
6
12
MJ1
POWER SUPPLY
PWB UNIT
CNPS
CNLIUA
TEL/LIU
PWB UNIT
MJTEL
4
TEL LINE
HANDSET
AC CORD
[2] Wiring diagram
OPERATION
PANEL PWB
NUIT
14
LCD UNIT
CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR
THERMAL HEAD
TX/RX MOTOR
CAM SW
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[3] Point-to-point diagram
CNMT
TX/RX
MOTOR
TPBDTPADTPBD
TPAD
VMT
VMT
1
2
3
4
5
6
THERMAL
HEAD
VTH
VTH
STRB1STRB2THI
RANK
THG
THG
THG
THVDD
STRB3STRB4LATCHPCLK
DATA
VTH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CNPN-A
KEN4A
1
KEN3A
2
KEN2A
3
KEN1A
4
DG
5
+3.3V
6
ORGSNS- 7
FRSNS8
E
9
SEN0
10
SEN1
11
SEN2
12
SEN3
13
SEN4
14
SEN5
15
SEN6
16
CNPN-A CNPN
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
OPERATION
PANEL
PWB
INTERFACE
PWB
CIS
VO
VG
CISVDD
øT
CISCLK
GLED
+24V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
CNLIUA
1
RHS2
MAG
3
+24VL
MICMUTE 4
5
TELIN
TELMUTE 6
7
RXIN
8
TXOUT
9
CML
10
PIN
11
FILM
12
CI-
TPBDTPADTPBD
TPAD
VMT
VMT
CNTH
VTH
1
STRB12
STRB23
THI
4
RANK
5
THG
6
THG
7
THG
8
THVDD
9
10 STRB311 STRB412 LATCHPCLK
13
DATA
14
VTH
15
CNPN
1
KEN4A
2
KEN3A
3
KEN2A
4
KEN1A
5
DG
6
+3.3V
7 ORGSNS8
FRSNS9
E
10
SEN0
11
SEN1
12
SEN2
13
SEN3
14
SEN4
15
SEN5
16
SEN6
CNPW
+24V
1
+24V
2
MG
3
MG
4
DG
5
VREG
6
CNCIS
1
VO
2
VG
3
CISVDD
4
øT
5
CISCLK
6
GLED
7
+24V
CNPS
+24V
1
+24V
2
MG
3
MG
4
DG
5
VREG
6
CNCSW
1
CSW2
DG
1
2
CSWDG
CNSP
1
SP+
2
SP-
1
2
SP+
SP-
CONTROL
PWB
4–3
CNLIUA
1
RHS2
MAG
3
+24VL
4 MICMUTE
5
TELIN
6 TELMUTE TEL/LIU
PWB
7
RXIN
8
TXOUT
9
CML
10
PIN
11
FILM
12
CI-
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
CAM
SWITCH
SPEAKER
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3. Operational description
CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
Operational descriptions are given below:
•
[1] Circuit description
When a document is loaded in stand-by mode, the state of the document sensor is sensed via the 1 chip fax engine (SCE209). With
depression of the START key in the off-hook state, transmission takes
place. Then, the procedure is sent out from the modem and the motor is rotated to move the document down to the scan line. In the
scan processor, the signal scanned by the CIS is sent to the internal
image processor and the AD converter to convert the analog signal
into binary data. This binary data is transferred from the scan processor to the image buffer within the RAM and encoded and stored in
the transmit buffer of the RAM. The data is then converted from parallel to serial form by the modem where the serial data is modulated
and sent onto the line.
1. General description
The compact design of the control PWB is obtained by using CONEXANT
fax engine in the main control section and high density printing of surface mounting parts. Each PWB is independent according to its function
as shown in Fig. 1.
2. PWB configuration
MOTOR
•
TEL/LIU
PWB
PANEL
PWB
CONTROL
PWB
First, the SCE209 controls the procedure signals from the modem to
be ready to receive data. When the program goes into phase C, the
serial data from the modem is converted to parallel form in the modem interface of the 1 chip fax engine (SCE209) which is stored in
the receive buffer of the RAM. The data in the receive buffer is decoded software-wise to reproduce it as binary image data in the image buffer. The data is DMA transferred to the recording processor
within the SCE209 which is then converted from parallel to serial
form to be sent to the thermal head. The data is printed line by line by
the SCE209 which is assigned to control the motor rotation and strobe
signal.
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
INTERFACE
PWB
Receive operation
There are two ways of starting reception, manual and automatic.
Depression of the START key in the off-hook mode in the case of
manual receive mode, or CI signal detection by the LIU in the automatic receive mode.
CIS
LCD
PWB
Transmission operation
AC CORD
Fig. 1
1) Control PWB
•
The control PWB controls peripheral PWBs, mechanical parts, transmission, and performs overall control of the unit.
This machine employs a 1-chip modem (SCE209) which is installed on
the control PWB.
Copy operation
To make a copy on this facsimile, the COPY key is pressed when the
machine is in stand-by with a document on the document table and
the telephone set is in the on-hook state. First, depression of the
COPY key advances the document to the scan line. Similar to the
transmitting operation, the image signal from the CIS is converted to
a binary signal in the DMA mode via the 1 chip fax engine (SCE209)
which is then sent to the image buffer of the RAM. Next, the data is
transferred to the recording processor in the DMA mode to send the
image data to the thermal head which is printed line by line. The
copying takes place as the operation is repeated.
2) TEL/LIU PWB
This PWB controls connection of the telephone line to the unit.
3) Power supply PWB
This PWB provides voltages of Vreg(+5V) and +24V to the other PWBs.
4) Panel PWB
The panel PWB allows input of the operation keys.
5) LCD PWB
This PWB controls the LCD display.
6) Interface PWB
This PWB connect control PWB with panel PWB.
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4) External RAM and ROM
[2] Circuit description of control PWB
Moveable and programmble size external SRAM memory of up to 1 MB,
DRAM memory of up to 4 MB, and ROM of up to 2 MB can be directly
connected to the SCE209. By using an external address decoder, the
size of SRAM and/or ROM can be extened. The ROM stores all the
program object code.
1. General description
Fig. 2 shows the functional blocks of the control PWB, which is composed of 3 blocks.
5) Flash Memory Controller
(1) SCE209
IA(CX20438)
MEMORY(SRAM)
The SCE209 includes a flash memory controller that supports NOR,
NAND, and Serial NAND-type flash memory. The supported size of NORtype memory is up to 1 MB and the supported size of NAND-type memory
is unlimited.
(2) FLASH
6) Stepper Motor Control
Eight outputs are provided to external current drivers: four to the scanner motor and four to the printer motor. The stepping patterns are programmable and selectable line times are supported. A timeout circuit
controls the power control of the motors. The printer or scanner motor
outputs can be programmed as GPOs for applications using single motor or paper printers.
(3) DRAM
Fig. 2 Control PWB functional block diagram
7) T.4/T.6 Compressor/Decompressor
2. Description of each block
MH, MR and MMR compression and decompression are provided in
hardware. T.4 line lengths of up to 8192 pixels are supported. MMR and
Alternating Compression/Decompression (ACD) on a line by line basis
provide support for up to three independent compression and decompression processes.
(1) Main control block
The main control block is composed of CONEXANT 1 chip fax engine
(SCE209), FLASH (2Mbit), DRAM (4Mbit).
Devices are connected to the bus to control the whole unit.
8) Bi-level Resolution Conversion
1) SCE209 (IC3) : pin-176 QFP (FAX CONTROLLER)
One independent programmable bi-level 1D-resolution conversion block
is provided to perform expansion or reduction on the T.4 decompressed
data and scan image data. Image expansion can be programmed up to
200% and reduction down to 33%. Vertical line ORing and data output
bit order reversal is also provided.
1 chip fax engine has Internal Integrated Analog (20438) and Internal
memory (SRAM : 32kbit).
2) SST39VF020P (IC1): pin-32 TSOP (FLASH)
FLASH of 2Mbit equipped with software for the main CPU.
9) Printer IF
3) MSM51V4800E (IC2): pin-28 SOJ (DRAM)
The Printer Interface provides a standard connection between the
SCE209 and a thermal printhead to support thermal printing or thermal
transfer. The thermal printer interface consists of programmable data,
latch, clock, and up to four strobe signals. Programmable timing supports traditional thermal printers, as well as the latchless split mode printers, and line lengths of up to 2048 pixels. Line times from 5 ms to 40 ms
are supported.
The SCE209 includes a thermal ADC (TADC) function utilizing a D/A
converter and a comparator to monitor the printhead temperature. External terminating resistors must be supplied; the values are determined
by the specific printhead selected.
As an option, plain paper inkjet printing can be supported.
Image memory for recording process.
• Memory for openLCR function. (UX-P100U only)
• Memory for recording pixel data without paper.
(2) IC3 (SCE209) Hardware description
1) Integrated Controller (SCC)
The Controller contains an internal MC24 Processor with a 16-MB address space and dedicated circuitry optimized for facsimile image
processing and monitoring and for thermal or thermal transfer printer
support.
The CPU provides fast instruction (up to 10 MHz clock speed) execution and memory efficient input/output bit manipulation. The CPU connects to other internal functions over an 8-bit data bus and 24-bit address bus and dedicated control lines.
The 24-bit external address bus, 8-bit data bus, control, status and decoded chip select signals support connection to external ROM, SRAM,
DRAM, and FLASH memory.
10) TPH Hardware Timer
The TPH hardware timer provides a 500 ms timer that can be re-triggered or reset.
11) Scanner and Video Control
Five programmable control and timing signals support common CCD
and CIS scanners. The video control function provides signals for controlling the scanner and for processing its video output. Three programmable control signals (START, CLK1n, and CLK2) provide timing related to line and pixel timing. These are programmable with regard to
start time, relative delay and pulse width.
Two video control output siganls (VIDCTL[1:0]) provide digital control
for external signal pre-processing circuitry. These signals provide a per
pixel period, or per line period, timing with programmable polarity control for each signal.
2) DRAM Controller
The CX06835 includes a DRAM controller with signal and page mode
access support which supports fast, normal, or slow refresh time. DRAM
memory space is provided in one block up to 4 MB. A maximum of 4 MB
of DRAM is supported. This space has a programmble size and starting
address. Refresh is performed automatically and is supported in standby mode. CAS and RAS signal support is provided for one-DRAM banks
for both 4-bit and 8-bit organizations. Access speeds from 50ns to 70ns
can be supported.
3) DMA Channels
Six internal DMA channels support memory access for scanner, T.4/T.6,
and resolution conversion. DMA Channel 2 can be reprogrammed for
external access to thermal printing, thermal transfer, or plain paper inkjet
printing.
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12) Video Processing
20) Power Up/Down Control
The CX06835 supports two modes of shading correction for scanner
data non-uniformity arising from uneven sensor output or uneven illumination. Corrections are provided on either an 8-pixel group or are applied separately to each pixel. Dark level correction and gamma correction are also provied.
Two-dimensional Error Diffusion/Dithering is performed on halftone images.
The CX06835 includes an 8 x 8 dither table, which is programmable and
stored internally (8-bit per table entry). The table is arranged in a matrix
of 8 rows by 8 columns. The video processing circuit provides mixedmode detection/processing and multi-level Resolution Conversion for
the scanner multi-level data. The conversion ratio of the multi-level Resolution Conversion is fixed to B4-A4 conversion.
Power Up/Down detection is provided internally. The threshold voltages
are:
• Power Up detection level = 2.83V to 2.95V.
An internally generated power down signal controls internal switching
between primary and battey power. This control signal is also provied as
an output on the PWRDWNn pin. An externally generated power down
detector (optional) can be provided as an input on the PWRDWNn pin
by setting the INTPWRDWNEn pin.
21) Stand-by and Sleep Modes
Two power saving modes are provided to reduce the power consumption. In stand-by mode, the CPU is functional, but the modem clock is
turned off to save power. When this occurs, the modem may be activated by software under different conditions. In sleep mode, the clock is
cut off from both the modem and the CPU to increase the power savings.
The system can be activated by paper insertion, key pressing events,
and telephone ring detection.
13) Operator Panel Interface
Operation Panel functions are supported by the operator output bus
OPO[6:0], the operator input bus OP[3:0], and two control outputs
(LCDCS and LEDCTRL).
The CX06835 can directly interface to a 28-key keypad.
A 2-line LCD display module with 20 characters per line can be supported.
22) Embedded Modem DSP
The embedded modem DSP is a synchronous 9600 bps half-duprex
modem with error detection and DTMF generation/reception. It provides
data transmission/reception from regular PSTN lines, PBX, or private
lines.
The modem can operate at any standard V.29 data speed up to 9600
bps as well as in V.21 and V.23 modes.
The modem is designed for use in Group 3 facsimile machines. It satisfies the requirements specified in ITU-T recommendations V.29, V.27ter,
V.21 Channel 2, and T.4 , and meets the signaling requirements of T.30.
It also performs HDLC framing according to T.30 at all speeds.
14) Synchronous Serial Interface (SSIF)
One or optionally two Synchronous only Serial Interfaces (SSIF) are
built into the CX06835, which allows it to communicate with external
peripherals. Each SSIF provides separate siganls for Data (SSTXD,
SSRXD), Clock (SSCLK), and Status (SSSTAT). Each SSIF is a duplex,
three-wire system. The SSIF may be configured to operate as either a
master or a slave interface. The bit rate, clock polarity, clock phase, and
data shifting order are programmable.
15) Synchronous/Asynchronous Serial Interface (SASIF)
Note: For technical details, refer to the FM209/FM214 Designer’s Guide,
(document 1175).
One or optionally two Synchronous/Asynchronous Serial Interface
(SASIF) performs the following:
• Serial-parallel conversion of data received from a peripheral device.
• Parallel-to-serial conversion of data for transmission to a peripheral
device.
This interface consists of serial transmit data (SASTXD), serial receive
data (SASRXD), and a serial clock(SASCLK). The SASIF includes a
programmable bit rate generator for asynchronous and synchronous
operations. The data shifting order, data bit number, and the SASCLK
polarity are programmable.
The optional SASIF 2 has an additional pin called DSS_AVAIL. This
signal can be used to tristate the SASCLK2 and SASTXD2 signals.
23) Software and Firmware Support Features
Available software and embedded firmware provides the following:
• Modem support for speeds up to 9600 bps.
• ECM under conditional assembly.
• DRAM memory support under conditional assembly.
• MH, MR and MMR support.
• Page memory receiving.
• 5ms minimum scan line time.
• Conditional Error Diffusion or Dither table (8x8) support.
• Dark Level Correction support.
• Single motor support.
• 28-key operator panel support.
• Call progress support for Europe and U.S.A.
• Monochrome inkjet print engine support.
16) Real Time Clock (RTC)
The CX06835 includes a battery backup real time clock. The RTC will
automatically maintain the proper date and time for 32 years. Leap year
compensation is included. A 32.768 kHz or 65.536 kHz crystal is required by the RTC.
17) Tone Generator (ALT_TONE)
The CX06835 provides a programmable tone generator output. The frequency of the tone generator is programmable from 400 Hz to 4 kHz. By
using a PWM programmable high frequency as a modulation frequency,
the output level can be made programmable.
18) Watchdog Timer
The Programmable Watchdog Timer is intended to guard against
firmware lockup on the part of either executive-controlled background
tasks or interrupt-driven tasks, and can only be enabled by a sequence
of events under control of the Watchdog Control Logic. Once the Watchdog Timer has been enabled, it can not be disabled unless a system
reset occurs.
19) Reset and Power Control
The RESETn I/O pin provides an internally generated reset output to
external circuits, or it can accept an externally generated reset signal.
This reset signal will not reset the RTC. Separate RTC battey power
inputs are provided for battery-backup functions. A BATRSTn pin is provided, which resets the RTC circuits and other SCC circuits.
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SCE209 (IC3) Terminal descriptions
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Pin List
VDDPLL
VSSPLL
ROMCSn
SYNC/GPO[20]
WRn
RDn
DEBUGn
TSTCLK
VSS
SXIN
SXOUT
OPO[0]/GPO[8]/SMPWRCTRL
OPO[1]/GPO[9]/PMPWRCTRL
OPO[2]/GPO[10]/RINGER
OPO[3]/GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/SSTXD1
OPO[5]/GPO[13]
OPO[6]/GPO[14]
OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/SSRXD1
OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/SSSTAT1
OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/SSCLK1
OPI[3]/GPIO[24]
LCDCS/GPO[17]
VDD
RASn
CAS[0]n
DWRn
VBAT
XIN
XOUT
WRPROTn
TEST[1]
TEST[0]
BATRSTn
INTPWRDWNEn
PWRDWNn
N.C.
ADGA
VREFn/CLREF
VIN
ADGA
ADVA
ADXG
VREFp
VSS
IVREFn
IVREFp
VDD
THADI
VSS
GPIO[17]/DSPIRQn
GPIO[16]/IRQ[8]
GPIO[15]/CS[5]n
GPIO[13]/CS[3]n
GPIO[37]/IRQ15n/DSPCSn
GPIO[4]/CPCIN/TPHPWRCTRL/DMAREQ
STRB[0]
STRB[1]
STRB[2]
STRB[3]
PLAT
PDAT
PCLK/DMAACK
I/O
Input
Type
Output
Type
—
—
O
O
O
O
I
O
—
I
O
O
O
OZ
O
O
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
—
O
O
O
—
I
O
O
I
I
I
I
I/O
—
—
I
I
—
—
—
I
—
O
O
—
I
—
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
—
—
—
—
—
—
Hu
—
—
Osc0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
—
—
—
—
—
Osc1
—
—
Hd
Hd
H
H
H
—
VADG
VRVA
VADG
VADV
VXG
VR
—
—
—
—
Analog
—
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
13Xs
—
—
Osc0
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
1XC
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
—
Osc1
1XC
—
—
—
—
13Xs
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
VRVR+
—
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
1XC
1XC
1XC
1XC
3XC
2XC
3XC
Pin Description
PLL Power
PLL GND
—
—
—
—
—
—
Digital GND
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Digital Power
—
—
—
RTC Battery Power
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
PADC Analog GND
PADC
PADC
PADC Analog GND
PADC Analog Power
PADC
PADC
VSS Digital GND
PADC
PADC
Digital Power
TADC
Digital GND
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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SCE209 (IC3) Terminal descriptions
Pin
No.
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
Pin List
VDD
GPIO[11]/BE/SERINP/SR4IN
GPIO[19]/RDY/SEROUT
START
CLK1n/GPO[25]
CLK2/GPO[24]
GND
MCLK
CTRLI
TESTC
SOUT
SIN
FSYNC
POR
GND
LINE_INP
MIC_INP
MIC_INM
MIC_BIAS
BG
VC
AVDD
GND
LINE_OUTP
SPKR_OUTP
SPKR_OUTM
DVDD
MODE_0
ICLK
VSS
FCSn[1]/VIDCTL[0]/GPO[23]
IARESET
IACLK
VDD
IA1CLK
SR3IN/DSPIRQn
SR4OUT
SR1IO
SA1CLK
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2/SASRXD2
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2/SASTXD2
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2/SASCLK2
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2/DSS_AVAIL
VSS
RESETn
GPIO[3]/SASCLK
GPIO[2]/SASRXD
GPIO[1]/SASTXD
GPIO[9]/FRDn
GPIO[8]/FWRn
A[0]
A[1]
A[2]
A[3]
A[4]
VDD
A[5]
A[6]
A[7]
A[8]
A[9]
A[10]
A[11]
I/O
—
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
—
ID
ID
ID
OD
ID
I/OD
IA
—
IA
IA
IA
OA
OA
OA
PWR
—
OA
OA
OA
PWD
ID
I/OD
—
O
O
O
—
I
I
O
O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
—
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
—
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Input
Type
Output
Type
—
Hu
Hu
—
—
—
—
—
d
d
—
d
d
d
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
u
—
—
—
—
—
—
H
H
—
—
H
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
—
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
—
13Xs
13Xs
2XC
13Xs
13Xs
—
—
—
—
T
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
2XC
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
Pin Description
Digital Power
—
—
—
—
—
IA GND
Main Clock from DSP
Control Data from DSP
IA Test
Serial Data to DSP
Serial Data to DSP
Frame Sync Signal (IA)
Hardware Reset
IA GND
Analog Input to Line Pre-Amp.
Positive differential Analog Input to Microphone Pre-Amp.
Negative differential Analog Input to Microphone Pre-Amp.
2.2 V Nominal DC Bias Source for Electret Microphone
Analog reference Voltage Output
Analog Ground Bias Output
IA Analog Power
IA GND
Line Driver Output
Positive Speaker Driver Output
Negative Speaker Driver Output
IA Digital Power
Connect to VSS (IA Mode Selection)
IA Bit Clock Input/Output
VSS Digital GND
—
DSP to EXTIA POR
DSP to EXTIA MCLK
Digital Power
DSP from EXTIA ICLK
DSP from primary EXTIA SOUT/EXT. Modem IRQn
DSP to primary EXTIA SIN
DSP to EXTIA CTRL1
DSP from EXTIA FSYNC
—
—
—
—
Digital GND
—
—
—
—
—
—
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
Digital power
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
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SCE209 (IC3) Terminal descriptions
Pin
No.
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
Pin List
A[12]
A[13]
A[14]
A[15]
A[16]
VDD
VSS
A[17]
A[18]
A[19]
A[20]
A[21]/EYECLK
A[22]/EYESYNC
A[23]/EYEXY
D[0]
D[1]
D[2]
D[3]
D[4]
D[5]
D[6]
D[7]
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE
GPIO[26]
GPIO[27]
GPIO[28]
GPO[26]
GPO[27]
GPO[28]
GPO[29]
GPO[30]/SR3OUT
GPIO[29]
GPIO[31]
GPIO[32]
VDD
GPIO[34]
GPIO[35]
GPIO[36]
Vss
VDD
PM[0]/GPO[0]
PM[1]/GPO[1]
PM[2]/GPO[2]
PM[3]/GPO[3]
SM[0]/GPO[4]
SM[1]/GPO[5]
SM[2]/GPO[6]
SM[3]/GPO[7]
REGDMA/GPO[18]/CLKDIV[0]
WAITn/GPO[19]/CLKDIV[1]
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
—
—
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
—
I/O
I/O
I/O
—
—
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I/O
I/O
Input
Type
Output
Type
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
—
—
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Tu
Hu
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
—
—
—
—
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
Hu
Hu
Hu
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
T
T
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
—
—
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
13Xs
Pin Description
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
Digital Power
Digital GND
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Address Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
CPU Data Bus
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Digital power
—
—
—
Digital GND
Digital Power
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5–6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
(3) Panel control block
The following controls are performed by the SCE209.
•
Operation panel key scanning
•
Operation panel LCD display
(4) Mechanism/recording control block
•
Recording control block diagram (1)
OPERATOR
PANEL,
KEYPAD,
LEDS & LCD
PRINTER DATA
CONTROI &
SENSORS
OPO[7:0]*
OPI[3:0]*
LEDCTL*
LCDCS*
STRB[3:0]
STRBPOL
THADI
PDAT
PCLK
PLAT
TEST[1:0]
BATRSTN
RESETN
TONE
ALTTONE
TSTCLK
REGDMA
WAITN
SYNC
PWRDWNN
INTPWRDWNEN
XIN
XOUT
RTC
CRYSTAL
SXIN
SXOUT
SYSCLK
CRYSTAL
TELEPHONE
LINE
PM[3:0]*
PRINTER &
SCANNER
MOTOR DRIVERS
SM[3:0]*
INTERNAL
IA
SCE209
1-CHIP
FAX ENGINE
SCANNER
CONTROLS &
SENSORS
SCANNER
VIDEO
PREPROCESSING
SERIAL SYNC
PORTS
(SSIF)
GENERAL
PURPOSE I/O
SYNC/ASYNC
SERIAL PORT
SASIF
RXIN
TXOUT
LINE
INTERFACE
START
CLK2
CLK1
CLK1N
VIDCTL[1:0]
VIN
VREFP
VREFN
IVREFP
IVREFN
SSCLK[2:1]*
SSTXD[2:1]*
SSRXD[2:1]*
SSSTAT[2:1]*
GPIO
SASCLK*
SASTXD*
SASRXD*
A[23:0]
D[7:0]
RDN
WRN
ROMCSN
CS[5:0]N*
WRPROTN
FRDN*
FRWN*
FCLE*
FCSN[2:0]
DEBUGN
VDD
VDRAM
VBAT
VSS
ADVA
ADGA
Fig. 3
5–7
EXTERNAL BUS
RDN, ROMCSN
FLASH
MEMORY
CAS[0,1]N, RASN, DWRN
CS3N,
CS4N**
D7[7:0]
DRAM
FLASH MEMORY
(OPTION)
NOTES: * ALTERNATIVE GPO, GPI OR GPIO LINES
**FOR SAMSUNG NAND-TYPE FLASH
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
(5) Modem block (CX20438)
Integrated Analog Control Resisters for CX20438
The CX20438 IA can be used as a Primary Integrated Analog (PIA) codec or as a Secondary Integrated Analog (SIA) codec, depending on the signal
connection with the SCE Controller ASIC device. In the SCE100 product, both the PIA and the SIA are packaged external to the SCE Controller device,
whereas in the SCE209, the PIA is packaged with the SCE209 Controller and the SIA is external.
The CX20438 IA provides gain, filtering, internal analog switching, and an internally sourced microphone bias output. The IA is controlled by three
control registers and an address register located in internal RAM space which are accessed via the modem interface memory. These registers provide
individual controls for the IA’s inputs, outputs, gain settings, and switching.
The registers are located in internal DSP RAM. Each bit of each 8-bit IA control register has exactly the same meaning for the PIA and the SIA. The LSB
of each 16-bit address contents is used to control the PIA. The MSB of each 16-bit address contents is used to control the SIA.
The following table the PIA/SIA control register RAM access code.
Register
SBRAMx
BRx
Crx
IOx
AREXx
ADDx
PIA Reg*
SIA Reg*
IACR1
0
0
0
0
0
D0
0
1
IACR2
0
0
0
0
0
D4
0
1
IACR3
0
0
0
0
0
D5
0
1
IAADD
0
0
0
0
0
CE
0, 1
0, 1
NOTES: *Registers to use when x=1. When x=2, add 10h.
• For changes made to IACR1 tobe effective, the host must write to IAADD with a value of 0002h.
• For changes made to IACR2 tobe effective, the host must write to IAADD with a value of 0006h.
• For changes made to IACR3 tobe effective, the host must write to IAADD with a value of 0007h.
Configuration default values are shown below.
DEFAULT VALUE
CONFIGURATION
IACR1
IACR2
IACR3
V.17/V.33
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
V.29
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
V.27ter
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
V.21 Ch. 2
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
V.23/Caller ID
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
Tone Transmit/Detect
1D9Eh
0008h
0000h
Voice/Audio Codec
0D16h
0008h
0000h
Speakerphone
0D16h
0008h
0000h
The following signal flow block diagram is for a signal IA and it applies to both PIA and SIA.
LINE IN ENABLE MIC ENABLE
MICM
LINEIN
MIC/LINE SELECT
MICP
GAIN
LPF
ADC
0, 20, 25, 30 dB(MIC IN)
0dB(LINE IN)
SOUT
0, +4 dB
LINE OUT ENABLE
(1,0)
(1,1)
LINE OUT
LINE IN
SELECT
LINE
DRIVER
(0,0)
Mute, 0, -6, -12 dB
SPKRP
SPEAKER
DRIVER
(0,0)
RT
Loop
SPKRM
DAC
(1,0)
(0,1)
0, 6 dB
SPEAKER OUT ENABLE
(1,1)
Fig. 4 PIA/SIA Signal Flow Control
5–8
SIN
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB
(1) TEL/LIU block operational description
1) Block diagram
TEL/LIU PWB
CONTROL PWB
RTLOOP
IC1-B
LINE
SIGTX
H
0,1
0,0
1,0
1,1
SPKRP
TXOUT
L
CML
SP OUT
CI DETECTOR
SIGRX
RXIN
MICP
PC1
LINEIN
IC1-A
MIC ENABLE
Q2
IC1-D
LPF
TEL MUTE
(H:MUTE)
TX
HANDASET
MIC MUTE
(H:MUTE)
0,20,25,30dB
MODEM BLOCK
(CX20438 I/A)
TEL IN
SIN
DAC
ENABLE
MIC
/LINE
SELECT
LINE IN ENABLE
RX
0,6dB
ADC
LINE OUT ENABLE
LINE
SELECT
1,1
0,0
1,0
SPOUT
IC1-C
LINE
OUT
Q1
0,+4dB
SOUT
IC4
MUTE,0,-6,-12dB
SPEAKER SP MUTE
(H:MUTE)
DTMFMUTE
RCVOL
SP MUTE
TEL MUTE
CI
CML
MIC MUTE
IC3 SCE209
FAX CONTROLLER
+24VL
DG
Fig. 5
2) Circuit description
3) Block description
The TEL/LIU PWB is composed of the following 6 blocks.
1. Speech circuit section
1. Speech circuit section
•
2. Dial transmission section
3. Speaker amplifier section
The receiver volume is an electronic volume type, this model is
switched in 3 steps.
2. Dial transmission section
4. Ringer circuit section
5. CI detection circuit
•
D.P. transmission: The CML relay is turned on and off for control in
the DP calling system. (Refer to the attached sheet.)
•
DTMF transmission: It is formed in the modem, and is output.
6. Signal/DTMF transmission level & receiving level
3. Speaker amplifier section
•
Ringer volume
•
Speaker volume :It is controlled by the attenuator value of the
LINE DRIVER in the modem.
:It is controlled by the combination of the
attenuator value of the LINE DRIVER in the
modem and the ringer sending level sent from
the modem.
4. Ringer circuit section
•
5–9
The ringer sound is formed in the tone of modem when CI signal is
detected. The amplifier circuit drives the speaker of the main body.
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
4) Signal selection
5. CI detection circuit
•
The following signals are used to control the transmission line of TEL/
FAX signal. For details, refer to the signal selector matrix table.
CI is detected by the photo coupler which is integrated in series in
the primary side TEL circuit well proven in the existing unit.
6. Signal/DTMF transmission level & receiving level
•
•
[Control signals from output port]
Signal Name
Signal transmission level setting: ATT -8 dB Circuit output: -11 dBm.
DTMF transmission level setting: HF -2.5 dBm
Thus, set the level.
Description
CML
Line connecting relay and DP generating relay
(The circuit is located H: Line make
in the TEL/LIU PWB.) L: Line break
LF -4.5 dBm
SP MUTE
(The circuit is located
in the TEL/LIU PWB.)
TELMUTE
Speaker tone mute control signal
H: Muting (Power down mode)
L: Muting cancel (Normal operation)
Handset reception mute control signal
H: Muting
L: Muting cancel
Handset receiver volume control signal
RCVOL
DTMFMUTE
(The circuit is located
in the control PWB.)
Volume
RCVOL
DTMFMUTE
High Middle
L
L
H
L
Low DTMF sending
H
H
H
H
Note: The DTMF sending listed above is DTMF signal
sending in the handset OFF-HOOK mode.
LINEOUT A RCVOL DTME
(HIGH) (LOW)
MUTE
VOLUME SETTING
Receiver volume setting
Low
High
Middle
Fixed
DTMF Transmission
volume setting (Receiver)
Key buzzer volume setting Fixed
Speaker volume setting
Low
Middle
High
Ringer volume setting
Low
Middle
High
DTMF speaker volume
Low
setting
Middle
High
5 – 10
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[Signals for status recognition according to input signals]
Signal Name
Function
RHS
CI
NO
Signal Name (CNLIUA)
NO
Signal Name (CNLIUA)
H:The handset is in the on-hook state.
1
RHS-
L: The handset is in the off-hook state.
2
3
MAG
+24VL
7
8
RXIN
TXOUT
CML
4
5
MICMUTE
6
TELMUTE
Incoming call (CI) detection signal
[Other signals]
Signal Name
Function
TEL IN
9
10
PIN
11
12
TELIN
FILM
CI-
Receiving signal from line or modem
SPOUT
Speaker output signal
Transmission (DTMF) analog signal output
TXOUT
from modem
Reception (DTMF, others) analog signal input
RXIN
into modem
(Example: SENDING/RECEIVING)
TEL/LIU PWB
CONTROL PWB
RTLOOP
IC1-B
LINE
SIGTX
H
0,1
0,0
1,0
1,1
SPKRP
TXOUT
L
CML
SP OUT
CI DETECTOR
SIGRX
RXIN
MICP
PC1
LINEIN
IC1-A
MIC ENABLE
Q2
IC1-D
TEL IN
TEL MUTE
(H:MUTE)
TX
HANDASET
MIC MUTE
(H:MUTE)
LPF
0,20,25,30dB
MODEM BLOCK
(CX20438 I/A)
RX
ADC
LINE OUT ENABLE
LINE
SELECT
1,1
0,0
1,0
SPOUT
IC1-C
LINE
OUT
Q1
IC4
MUTE,0,-6,-12dB
SPEAKER SP MUTE
(H:MUTE)
: FAX SENDING/RECEIVING
SIN
DAC
ENABLE
MIC
/LINE
SELECT
LINE IN ENABLE
0,6dB
DTMFMUTE
RCVOL
SP MUTE
TEL MUTE
CI
CML
MIC MUTE
+24VL
DG
Fig. 6
5 – 11
IC3 SCE209
FAX CONTROLLER
0,+4dB
SOUT
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[4] Circuit description of power supply PWB
1. Block diagram
2.5A/125V
AC IN
Noise
Filter
Circuit
Rectifying
Smoothing
Circuit
+24V
FUSE
4A/72V
Switching
Circuit
+5V
Control
Circuit
Photo Coupler
Fig. 7
2-1. Noise filter circuit
2-4. Control circuit
The input noise filter section is composed of L1 and C1, which reduces
normal mode noise from the AC line and common mode noise to the AC
line.
This circuit controls output voltage of +24V by adjusting ON period of
Q1, looking at signal from photo coupler PC1.
2-2. Rectifying/smoothing circuit
The over current protection is performed by bringing Q1 to OFF state
through detection of voltage of T1 Subwiding.
In this operation PC1 takes charge of important part.
The AC input voltage is rectified by diode D1, 2, 3, 4 and smoothed by
capacitor C2 to supply DC voltage to the switching circuit section.
The over voltage protection is performed by operating the over current
protection circuit through detection of Zener diode ZD4 and shortcircuiting of load.
2-3. Switching circuit
This circuit includes MOS FET Q1 and the gate drive circuit, and components around Q1.
2-5. +5V circuit
DC voltage supplied by rectifying the output of transformer T1 with diode D8, C10.
In this circuit, the DC voltage supplied from the rectifying/smoothing
section is converted into high Frequency pulses by ON/OFF repetition
of Q1.
[5] Circuit description of CIS unit
1. CIS
2. Waveforms
Cis is an image sensor which puts the original paper in close contact
with the full-size sensor for scanning, being a monochromatic type
with the pixel number of 1,728 dots and the main scanning density of
8 dots/mm.
The following clock is supplied from SCE209 of the control board,
and VO is output.
5ms
It is composed of sensor, rod lens, LED light source, light-conductive
plate, control circuit and so on, and the reading line and focus are
previously adjusted as the unit.
Due to the full-size sensor, the focus distance is so short that the set
is changed from the light weight type to the compact type.
Approx.3.3V
øT
0V
2µs
CISCLK
VO
0.8V~2.9V
(White original paper)
Fig. 8
5 – 12
1
2
3
CNTH-12
CNTH-14
CNTH-13
CNTH-2
CNTH-3
CNTH-10
CNTH-11
CNCIS-4
A
DG
LATCH-
DATA
PCLK
STRB1-
STRB2-
STRB3-
<ΦT>
STRB4-
ΦT
<CISCLK>
CISCLK
DG
C108
DG
N.M.
R106
CNCIS-5
N.M.
C124
R111
R124
270
270
R160
R161
4
3
2
1
270
5
6
7
8
RA3
470
270
150
R147
N.M.
C125
B
R105
470
4
100P
100P
100P
100P
100P
100P
100P
C184
C183
C168
C187
C186
C185
C169
CNPN-16
DG
X1
R174
100
R127
1M
32.256MHz
C106
N.M.
DG
C122
18P
C107
100P
5
DG
DG
C123
22P
R130
120
C
100P
C113
DG
100P
C117
N.M.
100P
C118
C173
100P
C115
SEN6
C143
1
TEST0
ADVA 42
60
59
58
57
63
62
61
STRB3
STRB2
STRB1
STRB0
PCLK
PDAT
PLAT
69 CLK2
67 START
11 SXOUT
10 SXIN
32 TEST1
33
+3.3V
C147
1
RA2
470
SEN2
C189 1000P
C188 1000P
C158 1000P
100P
C114
DG
C161
1
D
RA1
470
E
VDD 132
VDD 161
DG
E
C121
0.1
C116
0.1
C129
0.1
C140
0.1
VSSPLL 2
+3.3V
C162
1
ADXG 43
CNPN-12
+3.3V
SEN1
C119
0.1
C112
0.1
C137
0.1
C141
0.1
C130
0.1
IC3
F
VSS 50
FAX CONTROLLER
SCE209(1/2)
VSS 9
6
SEN5
CNPN-15
SEN4
CNPN-14
DG
F
N.M.
VSS 70
DG
C139
1
DG
DG
DG
G
<L>
DG
R141
270
G
C149
22P
DG
X2
32.768kHz
DG
C148
22P
R142
10M
C144
1
29 XIN
[1] Control PWB circuit
Main control block
SEN0
<M>
D
CNPN-10
C
CNPN-13
4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8
CNPN-11
ADGA 38,41
SEN3
IVREFn 46
IVREFp 47
OPO6
OPO5
OPO4
OPO3
OPO2
OPO1
OPO0
LCDCS
E
VDD 24
R103 0
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
23
R104
470
CNPN-9
VDD 48
VDD 64
OPI3
OPI2
OPI1
OPI0
KEN2A
VSS 45
C166
C165
C164
C150
<K>
TSTCLK 8
B
CNPN-4
22
21
20
19
KEN4A
(5-6D) VIN
SM3
SM2
SM1
SM0
174
173
172
171
1K
1K
1K
1K
R128
R132
R129
R131
(5-5F) TPB(5-5F) TPA(5-5F) TPB
(5-5F) TPA
4
3
2
1
CNPN-1
VDD 166
VDDPLL 1
1000P
1000P
1000P
1000P
C103
C102
C100
C101
5
6
7
8
KEN3A
CNPN-2
N.M.
H
RAS 25
CAS 26
DWR 27
DG
C146
1
DG
DG
H
C145
1
C142
1
N.M.
R162
1/6
DG
I
<BATRST>
RLYCONT
A3
A2
A1
A0
117
116
115
114
WRPROT 31
<J>
SYNC/GPO20 4
R139
220K
DG
A7
A6
A5
A4
122
121
120
118
A11
A10
A9
A8
126
125
124
123
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
R125
10K
<A>
<B>
<C>
<D>
<E>
<F>
I
CNLiuA-17
RAS- (2-4G)
CAS- (2-4G)
DWR- (2-4G)
RD- (2-3A)
WR- (2-4D)
ROMCS- (2-4A)
A[18:0]
(2-6A)
D[7:0] (2-5A)
130
129
128
127
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
131
RD 6
WR 5 <G>
ROMCS 3
A3
A2
A1
A0
A7
A6
A5
A4
A11
A10
A9
A8
A15
A14
A13
A12
A23
A22
A21
A20
A19
A18
A17
A16
<H>
REGDMA/GPO18/CLKDIV0 175
<I>
WAIT/GPO19/CLKDIV1 176
28 VBAT
VSS 107
49 THADI
40 VIN
39 VREFn/CLREF
(5-2I) THADI
VSS 133
44 VREFp
+3.3V
VSS 165
30 XOUT
C138
RESET 108
36 PWRDWN
(4-2D)PWRDWN-
ALTTONE (BZ)
149
(6-2I) BZOUT1
VDD 97
VDD 119
KEN1A
CNPN-3
34 BATRST
6–1
VBAT
DEBUGn 7
35 INTPWRDOWNE
D7
D6
D5
D4
148
147
146
145
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
144
143
142
141
D3
D2
D1
D0
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LAYOUT
6–2
A
B
C
DG
D
E
F
7
(1-3I) DWR-
22
23
(1-3I) RAS-
6
10
11
12
13
16
17
18
19
20
9
(1-3I) CAS-
C198
N.M.
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
8
G
G
OE
WE
CAS
RAS
NC
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
H
2
3
4
5
24
25
26
27
28
GND 15
GND
1
VCC 14
VCC
21
NC
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
IC2
MSM51V4800E
DRAM
H
DG
I
C111
0.1
I
+3.3V
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
2/6
4
5
6
1
OE 32
WE 7
C128
0.1
+3.3V
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
F
1
30 CE
21
D0 22
A0
D1 23
A1
D2 25
A2
D3 26
A3
D4 27
A4
D5 28
A5
D6 29
A6
D7
A7
A8
A9
VDD 8
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
GND 24
A16
A17
N.C.(A18)
E
2
0
N.M.
R123
R122
N.M.
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
3
2
31
1
12
4
5
11
10
6
9
D
2
R134
R135
10K
+3.3V
R121
10K
+3.3V
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
IC1
SST39VF020P
FLASH
C
3
(1-4I) RD-
(1-4I) WR-
(1-3I) ROMCS-
(1-6I) D[7:0]
(1-5I) A[18:0]
B
3
4
5
6
Memory block
A
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
6–3
1
2
3
4
5
6
CNLIUA-10
CNLIUA-1
CNTH-5
CNLIUA-16
THCHK
CNLIUA-15
A
CNLIUA-4
THLOOK
CNPRG-3
CNPRG-1
N.M.
CNPW-7
(4-4C) FRSNS(4-4C) ORGSNS(4-5C) DR/RBN
(4-6C)
CSWI
(5-3E) VTHON
(5-5F) LEDON
N.M.
N.M.
CNLIUA-9
CNLIUA-6
(6-1A) RCVOL
(6-1E) DTMFMUTE
(6-3A) SIGMUTE
(6-4I) SPMUTE
N.M.
CNLIUA-13
CNLIUA-12
<CS5A>
<CS5>
DG
B
N.M.
MICMUTE
DG
N.M.
R175
R172
C152
R159 N.M.
1K
R163
R112
C192
R169
FLRXD
C151
C181
DG
C191
R153
R170
DG
R171
DG
DG
N.M.
C160
1000P
FLTXD
PSAVE
DPMUTE
DPON
DG
RANK
C195
470
4
3
2
1
R126
RA4
270
CML
DG
N.M.
5
6
7
8
270
C196
C197
R166
RCVOL
DTMFMUTE
SIGMUTE
SPMUTE
C193
TELMUTE
PIN
RHS-
HS-
CI-
C174
FAX Modem block
B
C
270
150
150
1K
270
C
GPIO35
GPIO36
GPIO11
GPIO19
FCS
FRD
FWR
FCLE
FALE
READY
D
158 GPIO29
105 SASCLK2
104 SASTXD2
103 SASRXD2
106 DSS_PARK
150 VOL-A
169 VOL-B
170 VOL-C
94
112
113
152
153
151
110 SASRXD
111 SASTXD
109 GPIO3
163
164
65
66
56 VTHON
168 GPO1
156 GPO29
167 GPO0
160 GPIO32
55 GPIO37
155 GPO28
157 GPO30
159 GPIO31
154 GPO27
68 GPO25
162 GPIO34
IC3
MODEM
BLOCK
E
SCE209(2/2)
IA1CLK
ICLK (IIA)
DVSS(IIA)
DVDD (IIA)
AGND (IIA)
VREF (IIA)
AVSS2 (IIA)
AVSS1 (IIA)
AVDD (IIA)
LINE_OUTP (IIA)
LINE_INP (IIA)
SPKR_OUTM (IIA)
SPKR_OUTP (IIA)
MIC_BIAS (IIA)
MIC_INM (IIA)
MIC_INP (IIA)
TESTC
MODE 0
N.C.
POR (IIA)
IARESET
SOUT (IIA)
SR3IN
SIN (IIA)
SR4OUT
CTRLI (IIA)
SR1IO
MCLK (IIA)
IACLK
FSYNC (IIA)
51 GPIO17
SA1CLK
54 GPIO13
E
52 GPIO16
53 GPIO15 / CS5
D
102
93
90
84
83
78
86
85
87
79
89
88
82
81
80
73
91
37
77
95
74
99
75
100
72
101
71
96
92
98
76
DG
F
C154
0.1
R146
1K
C9
10/50
C155
0.1
N.M.
C136
0.1
+
C171
0.1
2.2K
R152
C172
0.1
DG
DG
C156
F
+3.3V
L104
15
MAG
C8
10/50
+ C5
10/50
MAG
+
A
G
L107
0
L106
0
L105
0
G
DG
+3.3V
H
SPOUT (6-4F)
TELOUTI (6-5E)
SIGTX (6-4D)
SIGRX (6-2E)
H
I
I
3/6
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
6–4
B
DG
B
R140
51K
R102
270
R101
270
R165
270
DG
DG
DG
DG
C
PWRDWN- (1-1G)
C105
1000P
C104
1000P
C194
1000P
C163
100P
R148
20K
FRSNSi- (3-3A)
ORGSNSi- (3-3A)
DR/RBN (3-3A)
CSWi- (3-3A)
D
E
CNPW-4
CNPW-3
CNPW-2
CNPW-1
CNPW-5
CNPW-6
MG
MG
+24V
+24V
DG
VREG
R150
DG
N.M.
F
BAT1
CR2032
F
R110
C182
0.1
R100
5.6K
N.M.
MG
FG
C167
0.1
R108
K
D101
1SS355
G
N.M.
+ C10
22/50
+24V
DG
4 ON/OFF
VSS
2
<DG>
NC
3
C134
1
<VBT1> <VBT>
REG1
S-814A33AUC-BCX
5 Vin
1
Vout
D100
HRW0202
+ C6
47/25
VREG
A2
A1
+3.3V
G
H
H
L102
0
<+3.3V>
MAG
+ C3
220/6.3
<DG>
+3.3V
VBAT
MAG
DG
DG
DG
I
I
CNLIUA-2
CNPRG-2
CNCSW-2
CNPN-5
CNPN-6
4/6
3
4
5
6
1
+3.3V
C199
470P
R149
270
E
1
FRSNS-
ORGSNS-
FILM
CSW-
D
2
A
CNPN-8
CNPN-7
CNLiuA-11
CNCSW-1
+3.3V
C
+
2
3
4
5
6
A
Sensor/Reset/Power
supply block
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
6–5
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
VO
A
(5-5I) LEDON-
CNCIS-1
+24V
+3.3V
<VO>
VG
B
N.M.
R173
VG
C
DG
L100
0
C1
220
R1
220 (2W)
R114
0
R107
10K
B
E
R113
5.1K
VG
C109
0.1
CISVDD
DG
C110
0.1
C
GLED
+24V
VG
CNCIS-6
CNCIS-7
CNCIS-2
CNCIS-3
<VIN>
CISVDD
<VG>
C120
1000P
Q100
KTA1504GR
CISVDD
D
D
NOTE:
THLOOK
THCHK-
(3-1A) VTHON
VIN (1-2F)
Video processing/Motor driver/Thermal block
B
DG
E
C
C
DG
E
Q109
KRC102S
R144
100K
B
B
R143
100K
ZD100
02CZ18-Y
C
E
E
F
1
F
1B
E
7B
6B
5B
4B
3B
2B
1C
16
MG
D2 6
D1 5
D3 7
D4 8
10
11
12
13
14
15
3 S3
+3.3V
Q107
SI4431DY
7C
6C
5C
4C
3C
2C
9
+24V
4 G
2 S2
1 S1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
COM
IC5
KID65001AP
Q108
KRA102S
R168
120K
+24V
MG
These marks are all safety-cirtical parts.
B
Q101
KRC106
(3-2A) LEDON
THCHK
(1-1E) TPB-
(1-1E) TPA-
(1-1E) TPB
(1-1F) TPA
E
G
L103
0
G
THG
R136
470K
R137
20K
MG
THG
+ C4
10/50
DG
R145
0.1
ZD1
1N4748
FU100
KAB2402
N.M.
C153
N.M.
C7
R151
22K
+
A
H
H
VMT
DG
DG
THG
CNMT-5
N.M.
C170
THI
THVDD
THG
THG
THG
VTH
VTH
5/6
CNTH-4
I
THADI (1-2F)
CNTH-9
CNTH-8
CNTH-7
CNTH-6
CNTH-15
CNTH-1
LEDON-(5-3A)
THCHK-
CNMT-1
CNMT-2
CNMT-3
CNMT-4
CNLIUA-3
CNMT-6
THADI
C135
1
TPBD-
TPAD-
TPBD
TPAD
+24VL
VMT
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
6–6
1
2
3
4
5
6
(3-4A) RCVOL
CNLIUA-7
(3-6A) SIGMUTE
CNLIUA-8
CNLIUA-14
N.M.
A
RXIN
TXOUT
TELOUT
B
C
B
MAG
E
C
C178
0.1
N.M.
Q103
KRC102S
R167
39K
MAG
E
Q104
C159
1
MAG
N.M.
ZD101
B
Analog signal block
B
MAG
R156
1M
R157
7.5K
C176
0
C
R154
3.9K
N.M.
C179
C
MAG
E
B
Q102
KRC102S
C177
0.1
C157
0
C
N.M.
E
D
C
E
B
MAG
Q106
MAG
B
TELIN
SIGRX
C180
N.M.
D102
1SS355
+3.3V
SIGTX (3-3H)
Q105
C175
1
R155
SIGTX
C
R158
D
E
N.M.
(3-3H) SPOUT
TELOUT1 (3-3H)
RCVOL (3-4A)
DTMFMUTE (3-6A)
CNLIUA-5
CML (3-2A)
SIGRX (3-3H)
N.M.
D103
+3.3V
E
F
F
C131
1
R119
20K
G
G
R133
100K
R118
120K
DG
–
6
H
DG
R117
1K
8
VREG
DG
7
C126
0.01
C132
1
1
3 +
2
4
IC4
NJM2113
R120
220K
C133
220
H
5
DG
R116
20K
DG
C127
4700P
C200
0.1
1
2
A
SP–
SP+
C2
47/25
I
I
5
6
BZOUT1 (1-1F)
1
2
3
SPMUTE (3-5A) 4
CNSP-2
CNSP-1
6/6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
Control PWB parts layout (Top side)
6–7
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
Control PWB parts layout (Bottom side)
6–8
A
B
C
+24VL
TP4
JP
DG
2
5
ARG
1
1
SG206S
2
SG206S
FILM
2
PIN
Vref A
CNLIUA-10
CNLIUA-12
DG
TP3
4
DG
FILM FILM
CNLIUA-11
PIN
Ci
CNLIUA-1
3 PH2 4
TP2
TP1
1
DG
Vref A
Vref B
RHS-
PIN
DG
R6
3.3K
VA2
ERZVA5D471
R5
3.3K
3 PH1 4
HOOK SW
SW1
VA1
ERZVA5D471
Ring
R30
1.2K(1W)
+24VL
PC1
TLP521-BL
MJ1-4
AR1
RA-391P-V6-2
1
2
TiP
1
2
MJ1-3
C5
22/50
D
C11
22/50
[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit
4
3
4
+24VL
DG
ZD2
MTZJ5.6B
R15
2K
B
M
D1
1SS133
CML
N.M.
NOTE:
Q2
KRC106M
DG
DG
D2
1SS133
T1
i2171
R11
3.3K
C6
4.7/50
Q3
KTC3198GR
R3
3.3K
8
DG
3
N.M.
R14
14
DG
C10
1000P
IC1
KIA324P
DG
C9
1000P
10
9
R2
27K
ZD4
HZ2C1
ZD5
HZ2C1
C3
1000P
IC1
KIA324P
C17
1000P
DG
Q5
KRA102M
PC1
TLP521-BL
1
+24VA
R16
150
CNLIUA-9
CNLIUA-2
CNLIUA-3
2
R27
22K
C18
0.01
R29
51(1W)
These marks are all safety-cirtical parts.
DG
CML
DG2
DG
+24VL
+24VL
ZD6
HZ27-A
R28
22K(1/2W)
C 19
0.82
Q4
KRC106M
DG1
R18
100
OUAZ-SH-124DZ
+24VA
C
CML
3
+
–
+
6–9
–
C12
100/50
12
13
R8
220K
C8
220P
C7
1000P
R7
1K
DG
2
7
R25
3.3K
C16
N.M.
R4 Vref A
1.5K
R1
1K
Q1
KRC106M
R12
13K
Vref B
+
2 –
3
DG
1
TEL MUTE
TELIN
RX+
RX–
TX–
TX+
C14
0.022
+24VA
R19
3.3K
C2
2200P
11
4
R21
39K
C15
220P
IC1
KIA324P
CNLIUA-6
CNLIUA-5
MJTEL-2
MJTEL-3
1
CNLIUA-8
CNLIUA-7
1
CNLIUA-4
ZD3
MTZJ10B
Rxin
ZD1
MTZJ10B
Txout
DG
DG
MICMUTE
MJTEL-1
MJTEL-4
Vref A
R9
3.6K
6
5
R10
13K
R17
82K
C13
220P
IC1
KIA324P
R20
56K
R23
JP
DG
Vref A
R24
16K
R26
47K
C4
2.2/50
R13
8.2K
C1
10/50
Vref A
Vref A
R22
620
2
+
–
5
1/1
A
B
C
D
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
TEL/LIU PWB parts layout
6 – 10
6 – 11
1
2
3
4
5
6
D3
ERA15-06
1
CNAC
F1
2.5A/250V
3
A
V1
S07K175GA
L1
19mH/0.5A
N.M.
R1
2.2M(1/2W)
C1
2.2
C25
D2
D4
ERA15-06 ERA15-06
D1
ERA15-06
N.M.
C15
C28
0.01
C7
0.01
C3
1000P
C2
220/200
Q3
2SC1741AS
C27
4700P
C26
4700P
R8
47K
B
C
C4
1000P
C5
1500P
C17
N.M.
N.M.
L2
RS908
D
C6
0Ω
D9
ERA22-06V3
C23
4700P
D
PC1
PS2501-1L
R7
180
R6
*R5
2.7K
*C24
270P
R4
680
ZD6
JUMPER
R24
120K
(2W)
ZD2
RD4.3SB2-T1
Q2
2SC4115S
C
*C24,*R5: ADJUSTMENT PARTS
R10
0.12(1W)
R9
47
ZD1
RD27SB-T1
Q1
FS7KM
R3
470K
R2
470K
[3] Power supply PWB circuit
B
14
D6
12
11
3
4
5
E
E
R18
3.3K
C10
330/16
PC1
PS2501-1L
C8
330/35
D8
ERA84-009
C13
1500P
FB3
D7
S3L20U BP53RB052025050
C29
N.M.
T1
PTTN126-KTT
1
15
N.M.
D5
1SS355TE
A
R15
330K
R14
1K
F
ZD5
RD6.2SB-T1
Q4
2SC1740S
R13
4.7K
R27
2.2K
F
C12
0.1
C30
N.M.
R17
3.3K
VR1
2.2K
R16
10K
G
ZD4
RD30FB3-T7
G
H
ZD8
RD5.6FMB
FB2
BL02RN1
F3
4A/72V
H
6
5
4
3
2
1
1/1
I
Vreg
(+5V)
DG
(Vreg GND)
MG
(+24V GND)
MG
(+24V GND)
+24V
+24V
CNPS
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
Power supply PWB parts layout (Top side)
Power supply PWB parts layout (Bottom side)
6 – 12
6 – 13
A
B
C
D
CNPN_A-8
CNPN_A-7
CNPN_A-5
CNPN_A-6
CNPN_A-9
CNPN_A-1
CNPN_A-2
CNPN_A-3
CNPN_A-4
FRSNS
ORGSNS
DG
+3.3V
E
KEN4A
KEN3A
KEN2A
KEN1A
5
CNPN_A-16
CNPN_A-15
CNPN_A-14
CNPN_A-13
CNPN_A-12
CNPN_A-11
CNPN_A-10
SEN6
SEN5
SEN4
SEN3
SEN2
SEN1
SEN0
SW1
SW2
DG
+
N.M.
R6
N.M.
3
6
9
#
START
A
2
5
8
0
UP
DOWN
REC/MEMO
N.M.
1
4
7
STOP
REDIAL
PLAY
N.M.
3
N.M.
INTERCOM
COPY
SPEAKER
(UX-P100 ONLY)
OP LCR
RESOLUTION
FUNCTION
2
DG
CNPN-A
1 KEN4A
2 KEN3A
3 KEN2A
4 KEN1A
5 DG
6 +3.3V
7 ORGSNS8 FRSNS9 E
10 SEN0
11 SEN1
12 SEN2
13 SEN3
14 SEN4
15 SEN5
16 SEN6
N.M.
R2
4
3
2
Note: Since the parts of PWB cannot be supplied, change it as a unit.
C2
22/50
+3.3V
D7
D6
1SS133
D1
1SS133
D5
1SS133
D4
1SS133
D3
1SS133
D2
1SS133
R1
[4] Operation Panel PWB circuit
R4
4
R5
5
JP
R3
DG
N.M.
1
DG
C1
CNPN
1 DG
2 +3.3V
3 VO
4 RS
5 R/W
6 E
7 N.C.
8 N.C.
9 N.C.
10 N.C.
11 LD0
12 LD1
13 LD2
14 LD3
1
LD0
DG
+3.3V
VO
E
R/W
RS
LD3
LD2
LD1
CNLCD-1
CNLCD-2
CNLCD-3
CNLCD-6
CNLCD-5
CNLCD-4
CNLCD-14
CNLCD-13
CNLCD-12
CNLCD-11
1/1
A
B
C
D
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
Operation panel PWB parts layout
(Top side)
Operation panel PWB parts layout
(Bottom side)
Note: Since the parts of PWB cannot be supplied, change it as a unit.
6 – 14
6 – 15
A
B
C
D
CNPN-16
CNPN-15
CNPN-14
CNPN-13
CNPN-12
CNPN-11
CNPN-10
CNPN-9
CNPN-8
CNPN-7
CNPN-6
CNPN-5
CNPN-4
CNPN-3
CNPN-2
CNPN-1
FRSNS
SEN4
SEN5
SEN4
SEN5
A
SEN6
SEN3
SEN3
SEN6
SEN2
SEN1
SEN1
SEN2
SEN0
SEN0
E
FRSNS
E
ORGSNS
+3.3V
ORGSNS
+3.3V
DG
KEN1A
KEN1A
DG
KEN2A
KEN3A
KEN3A
KEN2A
KEN4A
B
B
KEN4A
[5] Interface PWB circuit
A
C
CNPN-A-16
CNPN-A-15
CNPN-A-14
CNPN-A-13
CNPN-A-12
CNPN-A-11
CNPN-A-10
CNPN-A-9
CNPN-A-8
CNPN-A-7
CNPN-A-6
CNPN-A-5
CNPN-A-4
CNPN-A-3
CNPN-A-2
CNPN-A-1
C
CNPN-A
1 KEN4A
2 KEN3A
3 KEN2A
4 KEN1A
5 DG
6 +3.3V
7 ORGSNS8 FRSNS9 E
10 SEN0
11 SEN1
12 SEN2
13 SEN3
14 SEN4
15 SEN5
16 SEN6
CNPN
1 KEN4A
2 KEN3A
3 KEN2A
4 KEN1A
5 DG
6 +3.3V
7 ORGSNS8 FRSNS9 E
10 SEN0
11 SEN1
12 SEN2
13 SEN3
14 SEN4
15 SEN5
16 SEN6
E
D
E
Interface PWB parts layout
D
1/1
A
B
C
D
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART
[1] Protocol
Receive side
G3 communication
Transmitter side
(Document inserted into
document sensor during
standby)
CED
To recording
position
CED
NSF
NSF
CSI
CSI
DIS
DIS
TSI
Document inserted to
the reading position
TSI
(DCS)
NSS
NSS
(DCS)
TCF
TCF
CFR
IMAGE
SIGNAL
IMAGE
SIGNAL
CFR
1st page
RTC
RTC
Next page insert
command
Cut line printed
MPS
MPS
MCF
IMAGE
SIGNAL
IMAGE
SIGNAL
MCF
RTC
RTC
EOP
EOP
Cut line printed
MCF
MCF
DCN
DCN
Recording paper ejected
7–1
Document ejected
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[2] Power on sequence
START
CPU initialized
MODEM initialized
“WAIT A MOMENT” display
STOP key ?
NO
“MEMORY CLEAR ?” display
NO
3 sec ?
YES
1
YES
STAND-BY
START key ?
NO
2
YES
COPY key ?
1
2
“MEMORY CLEARED” display
“MEMORY CLEARED” display
Memory clear
Memory clear
STAND-BY
PROCESS CHECK MODE
NO
YES
STOP key ?
NO
3 sec ?
NO
YES
STAND-BY
7–2
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
CHAPTER 8. OTHERS
[1] Service tools
1. List
NO.
1
2
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
CPWBF3201SCS1
PSHEZ3579SCZZ
Extension board unit (TEL/LIU PWB)
Shading wave memory standard paper
Q’TY
1
1
PRICE
RANK
BA
AD
Extension board unit
TEL/LIU PWB
PH2
K A
TP1
PIN
(BROWN)
PH1
TP3
DG
(ORANGE)
C
E
C E
R30
K
A
TP2
FILM
(RED)
TP4
+24VL
(YELLOW)
NO.
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
PRICE
RANK
AG
1
QCNWG203BSCZZ
SPEAKER RELAY CABLE
1
2
QCNWG206BSCZZ
PANEL RELAY CABLE
1
AT
3
QCNWG202BSCZZ
CIS RELAY CABLE
1
AN
4
QCNWG205BSCZZ
HEAD RELAY CABLE
1
AS
5
QCNWG204BSCZZ
CAM SWITCH RELAY CABLE
1
AG
6
QCNWG242BSCZZ
MOTOR RELAY CABLE
1
AM
7
QCNWG201BSCZZ
SENSOR RELAY CABLE
1
BB
8
VRS-RE3AA122J
RESISTOR (1W 1.2KΩ ±5%)[R30]
1
AC
9
VHPSG206S//-1
PHOTO TRANSISTOR [PH1]
1
AG
10
VHPSG206S//-1
PHOTO TRANSISTOR [PH2]
1
AG
8–1
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
2. Description
2-1. Relay board unit
1. Remove the TEL/LIU PWB, control PWB and Power Supply PWB
from this unit, and mount the relay board unit instead.
•
Before connecting the wiring to the relay board unit, set the test
PWB switches to the fixed position.
2. The setting is as follows.
• The relay cables are used as one pair.
• The hook switch is manually operated.
Relay
cable
1
CNLIUA
CNLIUA
12
The hook switch is operated by the mechanical unit switch and the test
PWB switch. When performing installation in the machine unit, set the
test PWB switches to the fixed position.
CHECK
TEL/LIU
PWB
Mechanical unit
PWB to be tested
Actual operation with mechanical unit
Hook SW
ON/OFF operation
ON-HOOK
PWB sensor check
CNPS
CNPW
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
Hook SW
ON-HOOK
ON/OFF operation
CHECK
CONTROL
PWB
NOTE
CHECK
CONTROL
PWB
DON'T SEPARATE
CHECK
TEL/LIU
PWB
UNIT
RELAY CABLE
PAPER SENSOR RELAY CABLE (QCNWG201BSCZZ)
PIN(TP1) (TEL/LIU)
TO
FILM(TP2) (TEL/LIU)
EXTENSION
DG(TP3) (TEL/LIU)
PWB
+24VL(TP4)(TEL/LIU)
BROWN
RED
ORANGE
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
TO
CHECK
PWB
YELLOW
8–2
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
3. Shading paper
The white and black basis is applied to remember the shading waveform. Be sure to perform this operation when replacing the battery or
replacing the control PWB. Execute in the shading mode of DIAG mode.
SHADING WAVE MEMORY STANDARD PAPER (PSHEZ3579SCZZ)
8–3
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[2] IC signal name
CONTROL PWB UNIT
IC1: RH-iX2890AFZZ (SST39VF020P)
A11
1
32
OE#
A9
2
31
A10
A8
3
30
CE#
A13
4
29
DQ7
A14
5
28
DQ6
A17
6
27
DQ5
WE#
7
26
DQ4
VDD
8
25
DQ3
NC
9
24
VSS
A16
10
23
DQ2
A15
11
22
DQ1
A12
12
21
DQ0
A7
13
20
A0
A6
14
19
A1
A5
15
18
A2
A4
16
17
A3
SST39SF/VF020P
Standard Pinout
Top View
Die Up
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
GPIO[37]/IRQ15n/DSPCSn
GPIO[4]/CPCIN/TPHPWRCTRL/DMAREQ
STRB[0]
STRB[1]
STRB[2]
STRB[3]
PLAT
PDAT
PCLK/DMAACK
VDD
GPIO[11]/BE/SERINP/SR4IN
GPIO[19]/RDY/SEROUT
START
CLK1n/GPO[25]
CLK2/GPO[24]
GND
MCLK
CTRLI
TESTC
SOUT
SIN
FSYNC
POR
GND
LINE_INP
MIC_INP
MIC_INM
MIC_BIAS
BG
VC
AVDD
GND
LINE_OUTP
SPKR_OUTP
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
SCE209
1 CHIP FAX ENGINE
176 Pin LQFP
VSS
IVREFn
IVREFp
VDD
THADI
VSS
GPIO[17]/DSPIRQn
GPIO[16]/IRQ[8]
GPIO[15]/CS[5]n
GPIO[13]/CS[3]n
VDDPLL
VSSPLL
ROMCSn
SYNC/GPO[20]
WRn
RDn
DEBUGn
TSTCLK
VSS
SXIN
SXOUT
OPO[0]/GPO[8]/SMPWRCTRL
OPO[1]/GPO[9]/PMPWRCTRL
OPO[2]/GPO[10]/RINGER
OPO[3]/GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/SSTXD1
OPO[5]/GPO[13]
OPO[6]/GPO[14]
OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/SSRXD1
OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/SSSTAT1
OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/SSCLK1
OPI[3]/GPIO[24]
LCDCS/GPO[17]
VDD
RASn
CAS[0]n
DWRn
VBAT
XIN
XOUT
WRPROTn
TEST[1]
TEST[0]
BATRSTn
INTPWRDWNEn
PWRDWNn
RESERVED
ADGA
VREFn/CLREF
VIN
ADGA
ADVA
ADXG
VREFp
133
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
WAITn/GPO[19]/CLKDIV[1]
REGDMA/GPO[18]/CLKDIV[0]
SM[3]/GPO[7]
SM[2]/GPO[6]
SM[1]/GPO[5]
SM[0]/GPO[4]
PM[3]/GPO[3]
PM[2]/GPO[2]
PM[1]/GPO[1]
PM[0]/GPO[0]
VDD
VSS
GPIO[36]
GPIO[35]
GPIO[34]
VDD
GPIO[32]
GPIO[31]
GPIO[29]
GPO[30]/SR3OUT
GPO[29]
GPO[28]
GPO[27]
GPO[26]
GPIO[28]
GPIO[27]
GPIO[26]
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE
D[7]
D[6]
D[5]
D[4]
D[3]
D[2]
D[1]
D[0]
A[23]/EYEXY
A[22]/EYESYNC
A[21]/EYECLK
A[20]
A[19]
A[18]
A[17]
VSS
IC3: VHiSCE209//-1 (SCE209)
8–4
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
VDD
A[16]
A[15]
A[14]
A[13]
A[12]
A[11]
A[10]
A[9]
A[8]
A[7]
A[6]
A[5]
VDD
A[4]
A[3]
A[2]
A[1]
A[0]
GPIO[8]/FWRn
GPIO[9]/FRDn
GPIO[1]/SASTXD
GPIO[2]/SASRXD
GPIO[3]/SASCLK
RESETn
VSS
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2/DSS_AVAIL
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2/SASCLK2
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2/SASTXD2
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2/SASRXD2
SA1CLK
SR1IO
SR4OUT
SR3IN
IA1CLK
VDD
IACLK
IARESET
FCSn[1]/VIDCTL[0]/GPO[23]
VSS
ICLK
MODE0
DVDD
SPKR_OUTM
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[3] Changing the record paper size
How to change the A4 size and letter size of the record papers
1) It becomes the record paper of the A4 size by installing A4 guide (PGiDM2629XHZZ)
which shows in the drawing. Remove A4 guide when you use the record paper of the letter size.
Paper tray ass'y
Hook
A4 Guide
PGiDM2629XHZZ
2) Set soft switch SW-L2 No.1 and the initialization of SW-L2 No.2 as follows.
SW
NO.
DATA
NO.
SW
l
L2
1
2
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
Paper set size
LETTER
0
0
No. 1
No. 2
8–5
Initial
setting
0
LEGAL
0
1
A4
1
0
Remarks
OPTION
0
0
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
MEMO
8–6
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
PARTS GUIDE
UX-P100
MODEL UX-P200
SELECTION CODE
UX-P100U (Open LCR)
UX-P200U
DESTINATION
U.S.A.
U.S.A.
CONTENTS
1
Cabinet, etc.
6
Control PWB unit
2
Top cover/Sub frame
7
TEL/LIU PWB unit
3
Upper cabinet/Document guide upper
8
Power supply PWB unit
4
Drive unit
9
Operation panel PWB unit
5
Packing material & Accessories
10 Interface PWB unit
Index
Because parts marked with " " are indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and operation, it must be
replaced with the parts specific to the product specification.
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[1] Cabinet,etc.
62
OPERATION
PANEL UNIT
16
DOCUMENT
GUIDE UPPER
27
22
B1
30
63
31 33
TOP COVER/
SUB FRAME
64
23
34
28
25
25
32
24
B2
26
B2
26
41
B2
49
29
45
B1 42
29
B1
4
55
65
57
44
39
38
36
39
B3
43
40
W1
59
7
35
B1
37
58
3
47
56
46
52
54
50
6
51
B1
5
61
48
53
8
DRIVE
UNIT
B1
B1
–1–
60
B1
17
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
AL
AD
AQ
BR
BR
BB
AF
AL
AA
AC
AC
AL
AB
AB
AC
AD
AD
AR
AD
AD
AG
BR
AZ
AD
AD
AB
AB
AB
AE
AD
AD
AM
BP
AF
AD
AF
AD
AD
AD
AB
AB
AD
AB
AD
AD
AD
AP
AL
BH
AH
AH
AN
AD
AD
AA
AA
AB
AA
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
E
E
E
E
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
E
D
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
DESCRIPTION
[1] Cabinet,etc.
3
4
5
6
!
!
7
8
16
17
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
B1
B2
B3
W1
CCNWN484AXH01
CLEVP2358XH01
CROLR2481XH01
DCEKC182RXHZZ
DCEKC182RXHZA
DCEKL335CXH01
DCEKP337CXH01
QCNWN487AXHZZ
LBNDJ2006XHZZ
LBSHP2140XHZZ
LBSHP2143XHZZ
LFRM-2225XHSA
MSPRC3295XHZZ
MSPRD3296XHZZ
NGERH2569XHZZ
NGERH2570XHZZ
NROLP2332XHZZ
NROLR2482XHZZ
PGIDM2617XHZZ
PGIDM2618XHZZ
QCNWN485AXHZZ
RUNTZ2082XHZZ
GCABB2393XHSA
LHLDZ2227XHZZ
LHLDZ2228XHZZ
MSPRC3287XHZZ
MSPRC3288XHZZ
MSPRC3289XHZZ
PCOVP2130XHZZ
PGIDM2615XHZZ
PGIDM2616XHZZ
QCNWN486AXHZZ
RHEDZ2065XHZZ
GCOVA2447XHSA
GLEGG2078XHZZ
LPLTM3178XHZZ
LPLTP3177XHZZ
MLEVP2357XHZZ
MLEVP2356XHZZ
MSPRD3286XHZZ
MSPRD3285XHZZ
MSPRD3291XHZZ
MSPRD3292XHZZ
MSPRP3297XHZZ
PCOVP2131XHSA
PCOVP2132XHZZ
QACCD2054XHZZ
QCNWN496AXHZZ
RDENT2171XHZZ
HPNLH2418XHSA
HPNLH2418XHSB
PBRS-2055XHZZ
PSHEZ3687XHZZ
MSPRD3336XHZZ
XEBSD30P10000
XEBSD30P12000
LX-BZ2282XHZZ
XWHSN40-08100
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Speaker ass’y
Hook switch lever ass’y
PO roller ass’y
Control PWB unit(Within ROM)
Control PWB unit(Within ROM)
TEL/LIU PWB unit
Interface PWB unit
Panel cable
Band(100mm)
Back bearing,left
Back bearing,right
Scanner frame
CIS spring
PO pinch roller spring
Back gear
Reduction gear,21/37Z
PO pinch roller
Back roller
CIS guide,left
CIS guide,right
CIS cable
CIS unit
Lower cabinet
Ink ribbon spool 1
Ink ribbon spool 2
Head spring A
Head spring B
Head spring C
Head cover
Head guide,left
Head guide,right
Head cable
Thermal head
Front cover
Rubber leg
Bottom plate
Stopper plate
Film sensor lever
P-IN sensor lever,lower
Film sensor lever spring
P-IN sensor lever spring,lower
Speaker hold spring
Head earth spring
Earth spring
Interface PWB cover
Control PWB cover
AC cord ass’y
Interface cable
Power supply PWB unit
Decoration panel
Decoration panel
Static brush
Earth sheet
Up spring
Screw(3x10)
Screw(3x12)
Screw
Washer
–2–
[P100]
[P200]
[P100]
[P200]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[2] Top cover/Sub frame
27
25
16
28
26
15
B1 12
B2
30
6
11
1
B1
20
B2
19
23
13
B2
4
24
3
2
B3
24
22
29
9
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
AG
AB
AD
AF
AF
AQ
AT
AD
AB
AB
AC
AC
AL
AL
AG
AG
AF
AL
AD
AD
AH
AH
AB
AB
AC
AC
AD
AQ
AA
AD
AD
AD
AA
AC
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
C
DESCRIPTION
[2] Top cover/Sub frame
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
B1
B2
B3
GCOVA2448XHSA
MSPRC3301XHZZ
NGERP2318XHZZ
PGIDM2619XHSA
PGIDM2620XHSA
LFRM-2227XHZZ
LFRM-2232XHZZ
MLEVP2363XHZZ
MSPRC3305XHZZ
MSPRD3302XHZZ
NGERH2580XHZZ
NGERH2581XHZZ
NROLR2483XHZZ
NROLR2484XHZZ
NSFTP2357XHZZ
NSFTP2358XHZZ
PGIDM2621XHSA
LHLDZ2224XHZZ
LPLTG3181XHZZ
LPLTP3179XHZZ
LPLTP3180XHZZ
LPLTP3182XHZZ
MSPRC3299XHZZ
MSPRC3300XHZZ
LBSHP2141XHZZ
LBSHP2142XHZZ
NGERH2579XHZZ
NROLR2485XHZZ
LBNDJ2006XHZZ
MSPRC3335XHZZ
TLABH319DXHZZ
LX-BZ2234XHZZ
XEBSD30P10000
LX-BZ2222XHZZ
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Top cover
Hopper spring
Pinion gear
Hopper guide,left
Hopper guide,right
Sub frame
Sub frame plate
P-IN sensor lever,upper
Release lever spring
P-IN sensor lever spring,upper
Reduction gear,15/22Z
Idler gear,25Z
Paper feed roller
PU roller
Paper feed roller shaft
PU roller shaft
Release lever
RP feed plate holder
RP separate rubber
RP separate base
RP separate plate
RP feed plate
RP separate spring
RP feed spring
Platen bearing,left
Platen bearing,right
Platen gear
Platen roller
Band
Paper feed roller spring
Imaging film set label
Screw
Screw(3x10)
Screw
–3–
7
17
B2
31
NO.
10
21
22
18
5
14
8
B2
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[3] Upper cabinet/Document guide upper
901
10
1
9
6
5
13
7
12
15
3
4
B1
8
17
11
14
2
16
PARTS CODE
NO.
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
C
C
C
C
E
E
C
C
C
C
E
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Panel case
12 key
Start key
Start key
Function key
Operation panel PWB unit
Operation panel PWB unit
Tact switch
FRSNS sensor
ORGSNS sensor
Panel cable
LCD unit
Separate rubber
Separate plate
Feed plate
Separate spring
Feed spring
Document guide upper
Separate rubber sheet
Screw(2x6)
E
E
Operation panel unit
Operation panel unit
DESCRIPTION
[3] Upper cabinet/Document guide upper
1
2
3
4
5
!
!
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
B1
901
GCASP2145XHSA
JBTN-2339XHSA
JBTN-2340XHSA
JBTN-2340XHSB
JBTN-2341XHSA
DCEKP336CXH01
DCEKP336CXH02
QSW-K0005AWZZ
QSW-M2246AXZZ
QSW-M2294XHZZ
QCNWN487AXHZZ
RUNTZ2080XH01
LPLTG2911XHZZ
LPLTP3175XHZZ
LPLTP3176XHZZ
MSPRD3293XHZZ
MSPRT3294XHZZ
PGIDM2614XHSA
PSHEP3660XHZZ
XEBSD20P06000
(Unit)
DCEKP334CXH01
DCEKP334CXH02
AM
AF
AD
AE
AD
BD
BD
AC
AH
AE
AL
BA
AE
AD
AD
AB
AB
AL
AE
AA
BF
BD
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
–4–
[P100]
[P200]
[P100]
[P200]
[SW]
[SW1]
[SW2]
[P100]
[P200]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[4] Drive unit
1
15
16
4
18
11
8
15
21
14
B1
7
22
20
3
6
9
10 2
12
19
13
5
PARTS CODE
NO.
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
CGERH2314XH04
CLEVP2359XH01
CLEVP2360XH01
CLEVP2361XH01
CLEVP2362XH01
LFRM-2226XHZZ
LPLTM3190XHZZ
MCAMP2028XHZZ
MSPRD3298XHZZ
NGERH2380XHZZ
NGERH2409XHZZ
NGERH2571XHZZ
NGERH2572XHZZ
NGERH2573XHZZ
NGERH2574XHZZ
NGERH2575XHZZ
NGERH2576XHZZ
NGERH2577XHZZ
NGERH2582XHZZ
QCNWN483AXHZZ
QSW-F2224SCZZ
RMOTS2175XHZZ
XEBSD30P08000
AR
AD
AD
AD
AD
AQ
AG
AE
AE
AC
AB
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AD
AE
AX
AA
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
17
DESCRIPTION
[4] Drive unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
B1
10
Slip gear ass’y
Planet gear lever ass’y A
Planet gear lever ass’y B
Planet gear lever ass’y C
Planet gear lever ass’y D
Drive unit frame
Motor plate
Cam
Cam hold spring
Reduction gear,17/36Z
Idler gear,23Z
Slip gear
Reduction gear,25/63Z
Reduction gear,20/40Z
Reduction gear,15/30Z
Idler gear,40Z
Idler gear,21Z
Idler gear,20Z
Idler gear,15Z
Cam switch cable
Cam switch
Motor
Screw(3x8)
–5–
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
[5] Packing material & Accessories
14
12
2
4
6
21
TAPE
TAPE
16
15
3
TAPE
7
9
18
8
10
11
AC CORD
R
17
5
1
(3)
(1)
(4)
(2)
20
R
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
AS
AH
AH
AB
AL
AQ
AF
AG
AD
AD
AF
AE
AQ
AN
AN
AF
AF
AD
AL
AN
AB
AM
AG
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
C
C
C
S
S
C
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
DESCRIPTION
[5] Packing material & Accessories
!
!
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
DUNTK468BXHFW
QCNWG209BXHOW
LPLTP3184XHZZ
NGERH2568XHZZ
PRBNN2033SC10
PRBNN2034SC15
QCNWG208BXHZZ
TCADZ3233XHZZ
TCADZ3283XHZZ
TCADZ3282XHZZ
TCADZ2891XHZZ
TINSE4228XHTZ
TINSE4229XHTZ
TLABM201DXHZZ
TLABM203DXHZZ
SPAKA465CXHZZ
SPAKA466CXHZZ
SPAKA467CXHZZ
SPAKC468CXHTZ
CPAKC475CXH01
SPAKP474CXHZZ
CPLTP3183XHR1
CGERH2566XH01
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Handset
Handset cord
Paper tray extension
Imaging film gear
Imaging film(Initial starter film 10m)
Imaging film(Initial starter film 15m)
Telephone line cord
Setup guide
Fax transmission sheet
Open LCR information
Registration card
Operation manual
Operation manual
Pop card
Pop card
Packing add.,left
Packing add.,right
Packing add.,accessories
Packing case
Packing case with label
Vinyl cover
Paper tray ass’y
Imaging film gear ass’y
–6–
[P100]
[P200]
[P100]
[P100]
[P100]
[P200]
[P100]
[P200]
[P100]
[P200]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
DESCRIPTION
[6] Control PWB unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
UBATL2049SCZZ
VCEAGA0JW227M
VCEAGA1EW476M
VCEAGA0JW227M
VCEAGA1HW106M
VCEAGA1HW106M
VCEAGA1EW476M
VCEAGA1HW106M
VCEAGA1HW106M
VCEAGA1HW226M
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1HF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCCCCY1HH180J
VCCCCY1HH220J
VCKYCY1HB103K
VCKYCY1HB472K
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCCCCY1HH221J
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCCCCY1HH220J
VCCCCY1HH220J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VRS-CY1JB000J
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1HF104Z
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCKYCY1CB104K
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VRS-CY1JB000J
VCKYCY1CB104K
VCKYCY1CB104K
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCCCCY1HH101J
VCKYCY1HB102K
AF
AD
AA
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AC
AA
AC
AC
AA
AA
AC
AA
AA
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AA
AC
AC
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AC
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Battery(CR2032T23)
Capacitor(6.3WV 220µF)
Capacitor(25WV 47µF)
Capacitor(6.3WV 220µF)
Capacitor(50WV 10µF)
Capacitor(50WV 10µF)
Capacitor(25WV 47µF)
Capacitor(50WV 10µF)
Capacitor(50WV 10µF)
Capacitor(50WV 22µF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 18PF)
Capacitor(50WV 22PF)
Capacitor(50WV 0.01µF)
Capacitor(50WV 4700PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 220PF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 22PF)
Capacitor(50WV 22PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(10WV 1µF)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(16WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 100PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
–7–
[BAT1]
[C1]
[C2]
[C3]
[C4]
[C5]
[C6]
[C8]
[C9]
[C10]
[C100]
[C101]
[C102]
[C103]
[C104]
[C105]
[C107]
[C109]
[C110]
[C111]
[C112]
[C113]
[C114]
[C115]
[C116]
[C117]
[C118]
[C119]
[C120]
[C121]
[C122]
[C123]
[C126]
[C127]
[C128]
[C129]
[C130]
[C131]
[C132]
[C133]
[C134]
[C135]
[C136]
[C137]
[C139]
[C140]
[C141]
[C142]
[C143]
[C144]
[C145]
[C146]
[C147]
[C148]
[C149]
[C154]
[C155]
[C157]
[C158]
[C159]
[C160]
[C161]
[C162]
[C163]
[C167]
[C168]
[C169]
[C171]
[C172]
[C175]
[C176]
[C177]
[C178]
[C182]
[C183]
[C184]
[C185]
[C186]
[C187]
[C188]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
DESCRIPTION
[6] Control PWB unit
!
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
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCKYCY1HB102K
VCCCCY1HH471J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
QCNCM7014SC0G
QCNCM7014SC0B
QCNCM2508SC1B
QCNCM7014SC0F
QCNCM7014SC1F
QCNCM7014SC0C
QCNCM2638SC0F
QCNCM2401SC0B
QCNCM7014SC1E
VHDHRW0202B-1
VHD1SS355//-1
VHD1SS355//-1
QFS-P2010SCZZ
VHIF002/TA01B
VHIF002/TA02B
RH-IX2168SCZZ
VHISCE209//-1
VHINJM2113M-1
VHIKID65001AP
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB150J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VSKTA1504GR-1
VSKRC106S//-1
VSKRC102S//-1
VSKRC102S//-1
VSSI4431DY+-1
VSKRA102S//-1
VSKRC102S//-1
VRS-HT3DA221J
VRS-CY1JB562J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB471J
VRS-CY1JB471J
VRS-CY1JB103J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB512J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB203J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB124J
VRS-CY1JB203J
VRS-CY1JB224J
VRS-CY1JB103J
VRS-CY1JB151J
VRS-CY1JB103J
VRS-CY1JB471J
VRS-CY1JB105J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB121J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB104J
VRS-CY1JB000J
VRS-CY1JB103J
VRS-CY1JB474J
VRS-CY1JB203J
VRS-CY1JB224J
VRS-CY1JB513J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB106J
VRS-CY1JB104J
VRS-CY1JB104J
VCKYCY1EF104Z
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB203J
VRS-CY1JB271J
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AD
AF
AB
AD
AA
AE
AA
AC
AD
AB
AB
AD
BN
BN
BB
BH
AG
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AD
AB
AB
AF
AD
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 470PF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Connector(7pin)
Connector(2pin)
Connector(12pin)
Connector(6pin)
Connector(16pin)
Connector(3pin)
Connector(6pin)
Connector(2pin)
Connector(15pin)
Diode(HRW0202B)
Diode(1SS355)
Diode(1SS355)
IC protector(KAB2402)
IC,EPROM(2MB)(TA01B)
IC,EPROM(2MB)(TA02B)
IC(MSM51V4800E)
IC(SCE209)
IC(NJM2113M)
IC(KID65001AP)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 15Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Transistor(KTA1504GR)
Transistor(KRC106S)
Transistor(KRC102S)
Transistor(KRC102S)
FET(SI4431DY)
Transistor(KRA102S)
Transistor(KRC102S)
Resistor(2W 220Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 5.6KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 470Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 470Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 5.1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 20KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 120KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/10W 20KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 220KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 150Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 470Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1MΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 120Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 0Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 470KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 20KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 220KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 51KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 10MΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100KΩ ±5%)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 20KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
–8–
[C189]
[C194]
[C199]
[C200]
[CNCIS]
[CNCSW]
[CNLIUA]
[CNMT]
[CNPN]
[CNPRG]
[CNPW]
[CNSP]
[CNTH]
[D100]
[D101]
[D102]
[FU100]
[IC1][P100]
[IC1][P200]
[IC2]
[IC3]
[IC4]
[IC5]
[L100]
[L102]
[L103]
[L104]
[L105]
[L106]
[L107]
[Q100]
[Q101]
[Q102]
[Q103]
[Q107]
[Q108]
[Q109]
[R1]
[R100]
[R101]
[R102]
[R103]
[R104]
[R105]
[R107]
[R111]
[R112]
[R113]
[R114]
[R116]
[R117]
[R118]
[R119]
[R120]
[R121]
[R124]
[R125]
[R126]
[R127]
[R128]
[R129]
[R130]
[R131]
[R132]
[R133]
[R134]
[R135]
[R136]
[R137]
[R139]
[R140]
[R141]
[R142]
[R143]
[R144]
[R145]
[R146]
[R147]
[R148]
[R149]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
DESCRIPTION
[6] Control PWB unit
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
901
VRS-CY1JB223J
VRS-CY1JB222J
VRS-CY1JB392J
VRS-CY1JB105J
VRS-CY1JB752J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB393J
VRS-CY1JB124J
VRS-CY1JB102J
VRS-CY1JB271J
VRS-CY1JB151J
VRS-CY1JB151J
VRS-CY1JB101J
VRS-CY1JB271J
RR-TZ3018SCZZ
RR-TZ3018SCZZ
RR-TZ3018SCZZ
RR-TZ3017SCZZ
VHIS814A33AUC
RCRSP2176SCZZ
RCRSB0297AFZZ
VHE1N4748A/-1
VHE02CZ180Y-1
(Unit)
DCEKC182RXHZZ
DCEKC182RXHZA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AC
AC
AC
AH
AG
AD
AC
AC
BR
BR
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
Resistor(1/16W 22KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 2.2KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 3.9KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1MΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 7.5KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 39KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 120KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 150Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 150Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 100Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/16W 270Ω ±5%)
Block resistor(470Ωx4)
Block resistor(470Ωx4)
Block resistor(470Ωx4)
Block resistor(270Ωx4)
IC(S-814A33AUC-BCX-T2)
Crystal(32.256MHz)
Crystal(32.768kHz)
Diode(1N4748A)
(02CZ180Y)
E
E
Control PWB unit(Within ROM)
Control PWB unit(Within ROM)
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
B
B
B
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Varistor(RA-391P-V6-2)
Capacitor(50WV 10µF)
Capacitor(50WV 2200PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 2.2µF)
Capacitor(50WV 22µF)
Capacitor(50WV 4.7µF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 220PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 22µF)
Capacitor(50WV 100µF)
Capacitor(50WV 220PF)
Capacitor(50WV 0.022µF)
Capacitor(50WV 220PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 0.01µF)
Capacitor(250WV 0.82µF)
Relay(OUAZ-SH-124DZ)
Connector(12pin)
Diode(1SS133)
Diode(1SS133)
IC(KIA324P)
Jack
Jack
Photo coupler(TLP521)
Photo transistor(SG206S)
Photo transistor(SG206S)
Transistor(KRC106M)
Transistor(KRC106M)
Transistor(KTC3198GR)
Transistor(KRC106M)
Transistor(KRA102M)
Resistor(1/4W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 27KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 1.5KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 220KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.6KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 13KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 13KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 8.2KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 2.0KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 150Ω ±5%)
[R151]
[R152]
[R154]
[R156]
[R157]
[R160]
[R161]
[R165]
[R166]
[R167]
[R168]
[R169]
[R170]
[R171]
[R172]
[R174]
[R175]
[RA1]
[RA2]
[RA3]
[RA4]
[REG1]
[X1]
[X2]
[ZD1]
[ZD100]
[P100]
[P200]
[7] TEL/LIU PWB unit
!
!
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
VHVRA391PV6-1
VCEAGA1HW106M
VCKYPA1HB222K
VCKYPA1HB102K
VCEAGA1HW225M
VCEAGA1HW226M
VCEAGA1HW475M
VCKYPA1HB102K
VCKYPA1HB221K
VCKYPA1HB102K
VCKYPA1HB102K
VCEAGA1HW226M
VCEAGA1HW107M
VCKYPA1HB221K
VCKYPA1HF223Z
VCKYPA1HB221K
VCKYPA1HB102K
VCKYPA1HB103K
RC-FZ3024SCZZ
RRLYD3433XHZZ
QCNCW715MAFZZ
VHDDSS133//-1
VHDDSS133//-1
VHIKIA324P/-1
QJAKZ2073SCFB
QJAKZ2079XH0D
VHPTLP521-1BL
VHPSG206S//-1
VHPSG206S//-1
VSKRC106M//-1
VSKRC106M//-1
VSKTC3198GR-1
VSKRC106M//-1
VSKRA102M//-3
VRD-HT2EY102J
VRD-HT2EY273J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY152J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY102J
VRD-HT2EY224J
VRD-HT2EY362J
VRD-HT2EY133J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY133J
VRD-HT2EY822J
VRD-HT2EY202J
VRD-HT2EY151J
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AG
AH
AF
AA
AA
AF
AD
AD
AE
AG
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
–9–
[AR1]
[C1]
[C2]
[C3]
[C4]
[C5]
[C6]
[C7]
[C8]
[C9]
[C10]
[C11]
[C12]
[C13]
[C14]
[C15]
[C17]
[C18]
[C19]
[CML]
[CNLIUA]
[D1]
[D2]
[IC1]
[MJ1]
[MJTEL]
[PC1]
[PH1]
[PH2]
[Q1]
[Q2]
[Q3]
[Q4]
[Q5]
[R1]
[R2]
[R3]
[R4]
[R5]
[R6]
[R7]
[R8]
[R9]
[R10]
[R11]
[R12]
[R13]
[R15]
[R16]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
DESCRIPTION
[7] TEL/LIU PWB unit
!
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
901
VRD-HT2EY823J
VRD-HT2EY101J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY563J
VRD-HT2EY393J
VRD-HT2EY621J
VRD-HT2EY163J
VRD-HT2EY332J
VRD-HT2EY473J
VRD-HT2EY223J
VRD-HT2HY223J
VRS-HT3AA510J
VRS-RE3AA122J
QSW-Z2317XHZZ
RTRNI2171XHZZ
VHVERZV5D471/
VHVERZV5D471/
VHEMTZJ100B-1
VHEMTZJ5R6B-1
VHEMTZJ100B-1
VHEHZ2C1///-1
VHEHZ2C1///-1
VHEHZ27-1//-1
(Unit)
DCEKL335CXH01
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AF
AL
AC
AC
AC
AB
AC
AA
AA
AB
BB
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
Resistor(1/4W 82KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 100Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 56KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 39KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 620Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 16KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 47KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 22KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/2W 22KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1W 51Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1W 1.2KΩ ±5%)
Hook switch
Transformer(I2171)
Varistor(ERZV5D471)
Varistor(ERZV5D471)
Zener diode(MTZJ10B)
Zener diode(MTZJ5R6B)
Zener diode(MTZJ10B)
Zener diode(HZ2C1)
Zener diode(HZ2C1)
Zener diode(HZ27)
E
TEL/LIU PWB unit
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Film capacitor(275WV 2.2µF)
Capacitor(200WV 220µF)
Ceramic capacitor(1KWV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1000PF)
Capacitor(50WV 1500PF)
Resistor(1/8W 0Ω ±5%)
Ceramic capacitor(125WV 0.01µF)
Capacitor(35WV 330µF)
Capacitor(16WV 330µF)
Capacitor(25WV 0.1µF)
Ceramic capacitor(500WV 1500PF)
Ceramic capacitor(1000WV 4700PF)
Capacitor(50WV 270PF)
Ceramic capacitor(125WV 4700PF)
Ceramic capacitor(125WV 4700PF)
Ceramic capacitor(125WV 0.01µF)
Base post ass’y(2pin)
Connector(6pin)
Diode(ERA15-06)
Diode(ERA15-06)
Diode(ERA15-06)
Diode(ERA15-06)
Diode(1SS355TE)
Diode(S3L20U-4004P15)
Diode(ERA84-009)
Diode(ERA22-06V3)
Current fuse(2.5A/125V)
Circuit protect chip(4A/72V)
Beads core(BL02RN1)
Beads inductor(BP53RB052025050)
Filter(19mH/0.5A)
Inductor(RS908)
Heat sink
Photo coupler(PS2501-1L)
FET(FS7KM)
Transistor(2SC4115S)
Transistor(2SC1741AS)
Transistor(2SC1740S)
Resistor(1/2W 2.2MΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 470KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 470KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 680Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 2.7KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 180Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 47KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 47Ω ±5%)
Metal film resistor(1W 0.12Ω ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 4.7KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 1KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 330KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 10KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/8W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 3.3KΩ ±5%)
[R17]
[R18]
[R19]
[R20]
[R21]
[R22]
[R24]
[R25]
[R26]
[R27]
[R28]
[R29]
[R30]
[SW1]
[T1]
[VA1]
[VA2]
[ZD1]
[ZD2]
[ZD3]
[ZD4]
[ZD5]
[ZD6]
[8] Power supply PWB unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
0CBUGFM224KR/
0CBUGA0291ZZ/
0CBUGCU102JC/
0CBUGXGCF102/
0CBUGXGCF152/
0CBUEXCAP000/
0CBUGCM103BH/
0CBUGA0292ZZ/
0CBUGA0290ZZ/
0CBUGXGFD104/
0CBUGCS152AC/
0CBUGCU472BW/
0CBUGXGDF271/
0CBUGCZ472HF/
0CBUGCZ472HF/
0CBUGCM103BH/
0CBPKZ0194ZZ/
0CBPCZ0307ZZ/
0CBUBC0125DK/
0CBUBC0125DK/
0CBUBC0125DK/
0CBUBC0125DK/
0CBUBY0020AK/
0CBUBC0336AZ/
0CBUBC0093AL/
0CBUBC0169CL/
0CBPJCSX2501/
0CBPZZ0906ZZ/
0CBBFZ89256Z/
0CBBFZ89633Z/
0CBUKZ0790ZZ/
0CBUZZ0203ZZ/
0CBLRZ6803ZP/
0CBUDC0062MZ/
0CBUAG0225AZ/
0CBUAC0255AM/
0CBUAC0264AK/
0CBUAC0034EL/
0CBUEEC225CF/
0CBUEXJAH474/
0CBUEXJAH474/
0CBUEEB681CT/
0CBUEXCAP272/
0CBUEXCAP181/
0CBUEXCAP473/
0CBUEXCAP470/
0CBUEFDR12DB/
0CBUEXCAP472/
0CBUEXCAP102/
0CBUEXCAP334/
0CBUEXCAP103/
0CBUEXCAP332/
0CBUEXJAH332/
AF
AL
AF
AD
AF
AC
AD
AL
AK
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AH
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AL
AG
AE
AH
AH
AD
AD
AK
AK
AQ
AG
AQ
AD
AD
AD
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AE
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
– 10 –
[C1]
[C2]
[C3]
[C4]
[C5]
[C6]
[C7]
[C8]
[C10]
[C12]
[C13]
[C23]
[C24]
[C26]
[C27]
[C28]
[CNAC]
[CNPS]
[D1]
[D2]
[D3]
[D4]
[D5]
[D7]
[D8]
[D9]
[F1]
[F3]
[FB2]
[FB3]
[L1]
[L2]
[MT1]
[PC1]
[Q1]
[Q2]
[Q3]
[Q4]
[R1]
[R2]
[R3]
[R4]
[R5]
[R7]
[R8]
[R9]
[R10]
[R13]
[R14]
[R15]
[R16]
[R17]
[R18]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE
RANK
NEW
MARK
PART
RANK
AC
AC
BF
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AD
AG
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
Metal film resistor(2W 120KΩ ±5%)
Resistor(1/4W 2.2KΩ ±5%)
Transformer(PTTN126-KTT)
Varistor(S07K175GA)
Variable resistor(2.2KΩ)
Zener diode(RD27SB-T1)
Zener diode(RD4.3SB2-T1)
Zener diode(RD30FB3-T7)
Zener diode(RD6.2SB-T1)
Zener diode(RD5.6FMB)
BH
N
E
Power supply PWB unit
C
C
C
Tact switch
FRSNS sensor
ORGSNS sensor
[SW]
[SW1]
[SW2]
E
E
Operation panel PWB unit
Operation panel PWB unit
[P100]
[P200]
C
C
Connector(16pin)
Connector(16pin)
E
Interface PWB unit
DESCRIPTION
[8] Power supply PWB unit
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
!
901
0CBUEFE124DH/
0CBUEXEAG222/
0CB829655049/
0CBUEZ0747ZZ/
0CBUFBA222EQ/
0CBUBXAD270A/
0CBUBXAD4R3C/
0CBUBDBM300D/
0CBUBXAD6R2C/
0CBUBDDH5R6K/
(Unit)
RDENT2171XHZZ
[R24]
[R27]
[T1]
[V1]
[VR1]
[ZD1]
[ZD2]
[ZD4]
[ZD5]
[ZD8]
[9] Operation panel PWB unit
!
!
1
2
3
901
QSW-K0005AWZZ
QSW-M2246AXZZ
QSW-M2294XHZZ
(Unit)
DCEKP336CXH01
DCEKP336CXH02
AC
AH
AE
BD
BD
N
N
[10] Interface PWB unit
1
2
901
QCNCM7014SC1F
QCNCM7014SC1F
(Unit)
DCEKP337CXH01
AD
AD
AF
N
– 11 –
[CNPN]
[CNPN-A]
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
Index
PARTS CODE
[C]
CCNWN484AXH01
CGERH2314XH04
CGERH2566XH01
CLEVP2358XH01
CLEVP2359XH01
CLEVP2360XH01
CLEVP2361XH01
CLEVP2362XH01
CPAKC475CXH01
CPLTP3183XHR1
CROLR2481XH01
[D]
DCEKC182RXHZA
″
DCEKC182RXHZZ
″
DCEKL335CXH01
″
DCEKP334CXH01
DCEKP334CXH02
DCEKP336CXH01
″
DCEKP336CXH02
″
DCEKP337CXH01
″
DUNTK468BXHFW
[G]
GCABB2393XHSA
GCASP2145XHSA
GCOVA2447XHSA
GCOVA2448XHSA
GLEGG2078XHZZ
[H]
HPNLH2418XHSA
HPNLH2418XHSB
[J]
JBTN-2339XHSA
JBTN-2340XHSA
JBTN-2340XHSB
JBTN-2341XHSA
[L]
LBNDJ2006XHZZ
″
LBSHP2140XHZZ
LBSHP2141XHZZ
LBSHP2142XHZZ
LBSHP2143XHZZ
LFRM-2225XHSA
LFRM-2226XHZZ
LFRM-2227XHZZ
LFRM-2232XHZZ
LHLDZ2224XHZZ
LHLDZ2227XHZZ
LHLDZ2228XHZZ
LPLTG2911XHZZ
LPLTG3181XHZZ
LPLTM3178XHZZ
LPLTM3190XHZZ
LPLTP3175XHZZ
LPLTP3176XHZZ
LPLTP3177XHZZ
LPLTP3179XHZZ
LPLTP3180XHZZ
LPLTP3182XHZZ
LPLTP3184XHZZ
LX-BZ2222XHZZ
LX-BZ2234XHZZ
LX-BZ2282XHZZ
[M]
MCAMP2028XHZZ
MLEVP2356XHZZ
MLEVP2357XHZZ
MLEVP2363XHZZ
MSPRC3287XHZZ
MSPRC3288XHZZ
MSPRC3289XHZZ
MSPRC3295XHZZ
MSPRC3299XHZZ
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
1-3
4-1
5-21
1-4
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
5-17
5-20
1-5
AL
AR
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AN
AM
AQ
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
1-6
6-901
1-6
6-901
1-7
7-901
3-901
3-901
3-5
9-901
3-5
9-901
1-8
10-901
5-1
BR
BR
BR
BR
BB
BB
BF
BD
BD
BD
BD
BD
AF
AF
AS
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
1-35
3-1
1-46
2-1
1-47
AZ
AM
AF
AG
AD
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
C
C
1-62
1-62
AH
AH
N
N
D
D
3-2
3-3
3-3
3-4
AF
AD
AE
AD
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
1-17
2-29
1-22
2-25
2-26
1-23
1-24
4-6
2-6
2-7
2-18
1-36
1-37
3-11
2-19
1-48
4-7
3-12
3-13
1-49
2-20
2-21
2-22
5-3
2-B3
2-B1
1-B3
AA
AA
AC
AC
AC
AC
AL
AQ
AQ
AT
AL
AD
AD
AE
AD
AF
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AH
AH
AH
AC
AD
AB
4-8
1-51
1-50
2-8
1-38
1-39
1-40
1-25
2-23
AE
AD
AD
AD
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
PARTS CODE
MSPRC3300XHZZ
MSPRC3301XHZZ
MSPRC3305XHZZ
MSPRC3335XHZZ
MSPRD3285XHZZ
MSPRD3286XHZZ
MSPRD3291XHZZ
MSPRD3292XHZZ
MSPRD3293XHZZ
MSPRD3296XHZZ
MSPRD3298XHZZ
MSPRD3302XHZZ
MSPRD3336XHZZ
MSPRP3297XHZZ
MSPRT3294XHZZ
[N]
NGERH2380XHZZ
NGERH2409XHZZ
NGERH2568XHZZ
NGERH2569XHZZ
NGERH2570XHZZ
NGERH2571XHZZ
NGERH2572XHZZ
NGERH2573XHZZ
NGERH2574XHZZ
NGERH2575XHZZ
NGERH2576XHZZ
NGERH2577XHZZ
NGERH2579XHZZ
NGERH2580XHZZ
NGERH2581XHZZ
NGERH2582XHZZ
NGERP2318XHZZ
NROLP2332XHZZ
NROLR2482XHZZ
NROLR2483XHZZ
NROLR2484XHZZ
NROLR2485XHZZ
NSFTP2357XHZZ
NSFTP2358XHZZ
[P]
PCOVP2130XHZZ
PCOVP2131XHSA
PCOVP2132XHZZ
PGIDM2614XHSA
PGIDM2615XHZZ
PGIDM2616XHZZ
PGIDM2617XHZZ
PGIDM2618XHZZ
PGIDM2619XHSA
PGIDM2620XHSA
PGIDM2621XHSA
PBRS-2055XHZZ
PRBNN2033SC10
PRBNN2034SC15
PSHEP3660XHZZ
PSHEZ3687XHZZ
[Q]
QACCD2054XHZZ
QCNCM2401SC0B
QCNCM2508SC1B
QCNCM2638SC0F
QCNCM7014SC0B
QCNCM7014SC0C
QCNCM7014SC0F
QCNCM7014SC0G
QCNCM7014SC1E
QCNCM7014SC1F
″
″
QCNCW715MAFZZ
QCNWG208BXHZZ
QCNWG209BXHOW
QCNWN483AXHZZ
QCNWN485AXHZZ
QCNWN486AXHZZ
QCNWN487AXHZZ
″
QCNWN496AXHZZ
QFS-P2010SCZZ
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
2-24
2-2
2-9
2-30
1-53
1-52
1-54
1-55
3-14
1-26
4-9
2-10
1-65
1-56
3-15
AB
AB
AB
AD
AB
AB
AD
AB
AB
AB
AE
AB
AD
AD
AB
4-10
4-11
5-4
1-27
1-28
4-12
4-13
4-14
4-15
4-16
4-17
4-18
2-27
2-11
2-12
4-19
2-3
1-29
1-30
2-13
2-14
2-28
2-15
2-16
AC
AB
AB
AC
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AC
AC
AD
AD
AR
AL
AL
AQ
AG
AG
1-41
1-57
1-58
3-16
1-42
1-43
1-31
1-32
2-4
2-5
2-17
1-63
5-5
5-5
3-17
1-64
AE
AD
AD
AL
AD
AD
AD
AD
AF
AF
AF
AN
AL
AQ
AE
AD
1-59
6-92
6-87
6-91
6-86
6-90
6-88
6-85
6-93
6-89
10-1
10-2
7-21
5-6
5-2
4-20
1-33
1-44
1-16
3-9
1-60
6-97
AP
AA
AF
AE
AD
AA
AB
AB
AC
AD
AD
AD
AF
AF
AH
AD
AG
AM
AL
AL
AL
AD
– 12 –
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
S
S
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
PARTS CODE
QJAKZ2073SCFB
QJAKZ2079XH0D
QSW-F2224SCZZ
QSW-K0005AWZZ
″
QSW-M2246AXZZ
″
QSW-M2294XHZZ
″
QSW-Z2317XHZZ
[R]
RC-FZ3024SCZZ
RCRSB0297AFZZ
RCRSP2176SCZZ
RDENT2171XHZZ
″
RH-IX2168SCZZ
RHEDZ2065XHZZ
RMOTS2175XHZZ
RR-TZ3017SCZZ
RR-TZ3018SCZZ
″
″
RRLYD3433XHZZ
RTRNI2171XHZZ
RUNTZ2080XH01
RUNTZ2082XHZZ
[S]
SPAKA465CXHZZ
SPAKA466CXHZZ
SPAKA467CXHZZ
SPAKC468CXHTZ
SPAKP474CXHZZ
[T]
TCADZ2891XHZZ
TCADZ3233XHZZ
TCADZ3282XHZZ
TCADZ3283XHZZ
TINSE4228XHTZ
TINSE4229XHTZ
TLABH319DXHZZ
TLABM201DXHZZ
TLABM203DXHZZ
[U]
UBATL2049SCZZ
[V]
VCCCCY1HH101J
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VCCCCY1HH180J
VCCCCY1HH220J
″
″
VCCCCY1HH221J
VCCCCY1HH471J
VCEAGA0JW227M
″
VCEAGA1EW476M
″
VCEAGA1HW106M
″
″
″
″
VCEAGA1HW107M
VCEAGA1HW225M
VCEAGA1HW226M
″
″
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
7-25
7-26
4-21
3-6
9-1
3-7
9-2
3-8
9-3
7-63
AD
AD
AE
AC
AC
AH
AH
AE
AE
AF
7-19
6-184
6-183
1-61
8-901
6-100
1-45
4-22
6-181
6-178
6-179
6-180
7-20
7-64
3-10
1-34
AG
AD
AG
BH
BH
BB
BP
AX
AC
AC
AC
AC
AH
AL
BA
BR
N
N
N
C
B
B
E
E
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
E
B
5-14
5-15
5-16
5-17
5-18
AF
AF
AD
AL
AB
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
D
D
5-10
5-7
5-9
5-8
5-11
5-11
2-31
5-12
5-12
AF
AG
AD
AD
AE
AQ
AD
AN
AN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
6-1
AF
B
6-17
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-26
6-27
6-64
6-66
6-67
6-75
6-76
6-77
6-78
6-79
6-31
6-32
6-54
6-55
6-40
6-83
6-2
6-4
6-3
6-7
6-5
6-6
6-8
6-9
7-2
7-13
7-5
6-10
7-6
7-12
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
PARTS CODE
No.
VCEAGA1HW475M
VCKYCY1AF105Z
VCKYCY1AF105Z
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VCKYCY1CB104K
″
″
VCKYCY1EF104Z
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VCKYCY1HB102K
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VCKYCY1HB103K
VCKYCY1HB472K
VCKYCY1HF104Z
″
VCKYPA1HB102K
″
″
″
″
VCKYPA1HB103K
VCKYPA1HB221K
″
″
VCKYPA1HB222K
VCKYPA1HF223Z
VHDDSS133//-1
″
VHDHRW0202B-1
VHD1SS355//-1
″
VHEHZ2C1///-1
″
VHEHZ27-1//-1
VHEMTZJ100B-1
″
VHEMTZJ5R6B-1
VHE02CZ180Y-1
VHE1N4748A/-1
VHIF002/TA01B
VHIF002/TA02B
7-7
6-38
6-39
6-41
6-42
6-45
6-48
6-49
6-50
6-51
6-52
6-53
6-60
6-62
6-63
6-70
6-69
6-72
6-73
6-18
6-20
6-21
6-25
6-28
6-30
6-35
6-36
6-37
6-43
6-44
6-46
6-47
6-56
6-57
6-68
6-74
6-84
6-156
6-11
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-29
6-59
6-61
6-80
6-81
6-82
6-33
6-34
6-19
6-65
7-4
7-8
7-10
7-11
7-17
7-18
7-9
7-14
7-16
7-3
7-15
7-22
7-23
6-94
6-95
6-96
7-70
7-71
7-72
7-67
7-69
7-68
6-186
6-185
6-98
6-99
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
AA
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AD
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AC
AC
AB
AC
AC
BN
BN
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
PARTS CODE
No.
VHIKIA324P/-1
VHIKID65001AP
VHINJM2113M-1
VHISCE209//-1
VHIS814A33AUC
VHPSG206S//-1
″
VHPTLP521-1BL
VHVERZV5D471/
″
VHVRA391PV6-1
VRD-HT2EY101J
VRD-HT2EY102J
″
VRD-HT2EY133J
″
VRD-HT2EY151J
VRD-HT2EY152J
VRD-HT2EY163J
VRD-HT2EY202J
VRD-HT2EY223J
VRD-HT2EY224J
VRD-HT2EY273J
VRD-HT2EY332J
″
″
″
″
″
VRD-HT2EY362J
VRD-HT2EY393J
VRD-HT2EY473J
VRD-HT2EY563J
VRD-HT2EY621J
VRD-HT2EY822J
VRD-HT2EY823J
VRD-HT2HY223J
VRS-CY1JB000J
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VRS-CY1JB101J
VRS-CY1JB102J
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VRS-CY1JB103J
″
″
″
VRS-CY1JB104J
″
″
VRS-CY1JB105J
″
VRS-CY1JB106J
VRS-CY1JB121J
VRS-CY1JB124J
″
VRS-CY1JB150J
VRS-CY1JB151J
″
″
VRS-CY1JB203J
″
″
″
VRS-CY1JB222J
VRS-CY1JB223J
7-24
6-103
6-102
6-101
6-182
7-28
7-29
7-27
7-65
7-66
7-1
7-51
7-35
7-41
7-44
7-46
7-49
7-38
7-56
7-48
7-59
7-42
7-36
7-37
7-39
7-40
7-45
7-52
7-57
7-43
7-54
7-58
7-53
7-55
7-47
7-50
7-60
6-58
6-71
6-104
6-105
6-106
6-108
6-109
6-110
6-122
6-129
6-146
6-176
6-127
6-131
6-140
6-141
6-143
6-144
6-157
6-172
6-125
6-135
6-137
6-147
6-145
6-154
6-155
6-139
6-164
6-153
6-142
6-132
6-171
6-107
6-136
6-174
6-175
6-130
6-133
6-149
6-159
6-162
6-161
– 13 –
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
AF
AE
AG
BH
AH
AG
AG
AE
AC
AC
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
N
N
N
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
PARTS CODE
No.
VRS-CY1JB224J
″
VRS-CY1JB271J
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
″
VRS-CY1JB392J
VRS-CY1JB393J
VRS-CY1JB471J
″
″
VRS-CY1JB474J
VRS-CY1JB512J
VRS-CY1JB513J
VRS-CY1JB562J
VRS-CY1JB752J
VRS-HT3AA510J
VRS-HT3DA221J
VRS-RE3AA122J
VSKRA102M//-3
VSKRA102S//-1
VSKRC102S//-1
″
″
VSKRC106M//-1
″
″
VSKRC106S//-1
VSKTA1504GR-1
VSKTC3198GR-1
VSSI4431DY+-1
[X]
XEBSD20P06000
XEBSD30P08000
XEBSD30P10000
″
XEBSD30P12000
XWHSN40-08100
[0]
0CBBFZ89256Z/
0CBBFZ89633Z/
0CBLRZ6803ZP/
0CBPCZ0307ZZ/
0CBPJCSX2501/
0CBPKZ0194ZZ/
0CBPZZ0906ZZ/
0CBUAC0034EL/
0CBUAC0255AM/
0CBUAC0264AK/
0CBUAG0225AZ/
0CBUBC0093AL/
0CBUBC0125DK/
″
″
″
0CBUBC0169CL/
0CBUBC0336AZ/
0CBUBDBM300D/
0CBUBDDH5R6K/
0CBUBXAD270A/
0CBUBXAD4R3C/
0CBUBXAD6R2C/
0CBUBY0020AK/
0CBUDC0062MZ/
0CBUEEB681CT/
0CBUEEC225CF/
0CBUEFDR12DB/
0CBUEFE124DH/
0CBUEXCAP000/
0CBUEXCAP102/
0CBUEXCAP103/
0CBUEXCAP181/
6-134
6-150
6-120
6-121
6-126
6-152
6-158
6-160
6-166
6-167
6-168
6-169
6-173
6-177
6-163
6-170
6-123
6-124
6-138
6-148
6-128
6-151
6-119
6-165
7-61
6-118
7-62
7-34
6-116
6-113
6-114
6-117
7-30
7-31
7-33
6-112
6-111
7-32
6-115
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AC
AD
AD
AB
AB
AB
AD
AD
AD
AD
AC
AD
AF
3-B1
4-B1
1-B1
2-B2
1-B2
1-W1
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
C
C
C
C
C
C
8-29
8-30
8-33
8-18
8-27
8-17
8-28
8-38
8-36
8-37
8-35
8-25
8-19
8-20
8-21
8-22
8-26
8-24
8-61
8-63
8-59
8-60
8-62
8-23
8-34
8-42
8-39
8-47
8-54
8-6
8-49
8-51
8-44
AD
AD
AQ
AH
AH
AC
AH
AD
AD
AD
AQ
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AE
AL
AC
AG
AD
AD
AD
AD
AG
AC
AC
AE
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
C
C
C
C
A
C
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
UX-P100U
UX-P200U
PARTS CODE
0CBUEXCAP272/
0CBUEXCAP332/
0CBUEXCAP334/
0CBUEXCAP470/
0CBUEXCAP472/
0CBUEXCAP473/
0CBUEXEAG222/
0CBUEXJAH332/
0CBUEXJAH474/
″
0CBUEZ0747ZZ/
0CBUFBA222EQ/
0CBUGA0290ZZ/
0CBUGA0291ZZ/
0CBUGA0292ZZ/
0CBUGCM103BH/
″
0CBUGCS152AC/
0CBUGCU102JC/
0CBUGCU472BW/
0CBUGCZ472HF/
″
0CBUGFM224KR/
0CBUGXGCF102/
0CBUGXGCF152/
0CBUGXGDF271/
0CBUGXGFD104/
0CBUKZ0790ZZ/
0CBUZZ0203ZZ/
0CB829655049/
No.
8-43
8-52
8-50
8-46
8-48
8-45
8-55
8-53
8-40
8-41
8-57
8-58
8-9
8-2
8-8
8-7
8-16
8-11
8-3
8-12
8-14
8-15
8-1
8-4
8-5
8-13
8-10
8-31
8-32
8-56
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AD
AD
AK
AL
AL
AD
AD
AD
AF
AD
AD
AD
AF
AD
AF
AD
AD
AK
AK
BF
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PARTS CODE
No.
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
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PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
PARTS CODE
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
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UX-P200U
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