Mustek PP3000 Specifications

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PST-6000 SERIES
TECHNICAL MANUAL
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SOME IMPORTANT NOTES
FCC NOTES
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may cause interference to radio communications.
It has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to subpart J of
Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference when
operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures
to correct the interference.
WARRANTY LIMITS
Warranty will terminate automatically when the machine is opened by any person other than
the authorized technicians. The user should consult his/her dealer for the problem happened. Warranty
voids if the user does not follow the instructions in application of this merchandise. The manufacturer is
by no means responsible for any damage or hazard caused by improper application.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual assists the user especially the software programmer who provides the software
system for POS application to utilize the hardware of the PST6000 series which is a member of the
POSIFLEX integrated point-of-sale terminal product family. The PST6000 is a compact point-of-sale
system that gives the most user friendly upgrade transition from ECR and combines the performance
and affordability of personal computers with the elegance and reliability of business machine. The
PST6000 also provides the built-in networking capability for easy communication among multiple
terminals in addition to the data transfer and control through back office server.
The manufacturer of the PST6000 series heartily apologizes to the user for reserving the right to change
or to modify this manual without notice due to the rapid and constant progress and improvement on
science and technology. The user may always obtain the most up to date information or software
utilities through any of our web sites: http://www.posiflex.com.tw;
http://www.posiflexuk.com; http://www.posiflexusa.com
© Copyright Mustek Corp. 1998
All rights are strictly reserved. No part of this documentation may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise,
without the prior written consent of Mustek Corp. the publisher of this documentation.
TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS
POSIFLEX is a registered trademark of Mustek Corp..
Other brand and product names are trademarks and registered trademarks and service marks of
their respective owners.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
MODEL NUMBERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 2
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1
SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POWER SOURCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPERATOR DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CRT display (VGA interface) for PST 6000 . . . . . . . . .
LCD – 12.1”-for PST 6030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED COLOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SYSTEM POWER ON/OFF CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS SUPPORT (BATTERY OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24VDC POWER SUPPLY TO POS PRINTER . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT / OUTPUT PORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRELOAD DOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXTERIOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ENVIRONMENTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUSTOMER DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KEY TOP OPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTERNAL MODEM CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IRDA TRANSCEIVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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PS/2 MOUSE CONNECTOR CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PCMCIA CONTROL CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CACHE MEMORY EXPANSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DRAM EXPANSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRINTER: PP-3000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAGNETIC STRIPE READER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reader application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Card data format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
SYSTEM DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1
BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LAN PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PS/2 MOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CRT DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERIAL PORT COM1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERIAL PORT COM2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERIAL PORT COM3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERIAL PORT COM4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARALLEL PORT LPT1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUSTOMER DISPLAY CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CASH DRAWING CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 VDC CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS BATTERY CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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APPLICATION GUIDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 1
OPERATOR DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CRT MONITOR (FOR PST6000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD DISPLAY (12.1” COLOR DSTN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CASH DRAWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NVSRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUSTOMER DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PD-2101 (VFD DISPLAY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Futaba emulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Noritake emulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aedex emulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Epson emulation mode (power on default) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ADM emulation mode (for PD2101ADM only) . . . . . . . . .
PD-7001 (LCD DISPLAY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch settings on control board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Epson mode – 2 lines x 20 characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Noritake mode – 2 lines x 20 characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Epson mode – 4 lines x 26 characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HOT KEY PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enter “Hot key programming” mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input the content to be programmed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exit “Hot key programming” mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COMMON PROGRAMMING (KBM.EXE) . . . . . . . . . . .
Command listing in view mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Command listing in ASCII-code editing mode . . . . . . . . . .
Command listing in SCAN-code editing mode . . . . . . . . . .
ANSWER BACK CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SHORTCUT UILITY (RWM.EXE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HARDWARE LIMITATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POWER ON/OFF CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXTERNAL POWER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SOFTWARE SWITCH OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTERNAL MODEM CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PCMCIA CONTROL CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MAIN BOARD (PST980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PCB LAYOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RAM/VGA SELECT AREA DETAIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JUMPER AND CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU type select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU vcore adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU/PCI clock select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CLOCK ratio select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example CPU jumper settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DRAM bank select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Acceptable DRAM configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIMM socket voltage select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cache size select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal VGA select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal VGA ID select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CMOS memory select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer display handshaking select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM1 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM2 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM3 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM4 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COM3 enable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONTROL BOARD LAYOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MODIFICATION FOR MSR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding an ISO MSR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD CARD (PST033) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SERVICE GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPENING THE KEYBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DETACHING THE REAR CABINET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPARE PARTS/MODULE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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APPENDIX—Font Tables For Posiflex Customer Displays . . . . . Appendix- 1
CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-2101 PAGE 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-2101 PAGE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-2101 EPSON PAGE 0 . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-2101 EPSON PAGE 1 . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-7001 PAGE 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR PD-7001 PAGE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FONT FOR INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER SET .
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OVERVIEW
SCOPE
The PST6000 series is a series of fully integrated PC based point-of-sale
terminals. This series provides the best performance for point-of-sale systems. This
series also provides a powerful programmable keyboard with 112 key-sites of a
comfortable size 18 x 22 mm in 8 x 14 matrix and a 6 position control key which is
capable of sending answer back codes according to the position of the key.
FEATURES
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Highest security for business machine
Greatest User’s convenience and easiest software programming
Highest profitability for end users
Best compatibility and flexibility to any hardware / software application
Highest performance in most compact size point-of-sale system
Most cost effective with top quality, reliability and serviceability of pointof-sale system at reasonable price
Powerful programming ability (hot key programming, programming under
Windows, multiple page, multiple level, whole range key content, time
delay, position sense answer back code covering most ECR functions, etc.)
Built-in UPS function to support the system from intermittent power
failure
Accidental power off protection – only power on or software controlled
power off function accessible from exterior of the system. This feature,
together with the UPS function, provides a data-loss-free environment.
Various automatic power up methods for unmanned information
exchange
Power saving function in compliance with PC97 ACPI and legacy PMU
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MODEL NUMBERS
Customer Display
Operator
(Cashier) Display
OPTIONAL CUSTOMER DISPLAY:
PD-2101 or PD-7001 /PD7011 /PD7021
9” monochrome or
10” color CRT DISPLAY
PST6000
12.1” color
DSTN LCD DISPLAY
PST6030
Note: The order for PST6000 will not automatically cover the monitor. The user
should order for the 9” monochrome CRT or the 10” color CRT separately. The
PST6000 itself is delivered without monitor display but with the monitor
tilt/swivel base. However, the PST6030 is delivered with the 12” LCD panel
together with its special base.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATION
SYSTEM
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Meet PC97 requirement
CPU speed : Pentium-100 or up
16 MB DRAM (expandable to 192 MB max. option)
2nd level cache memory: 256 KB (512 KB option)
3.5” FDD 1.44 MB
Built-in IDE interface supports up to mode 4 and ultra DMA/33
One half-length ISA expansion slot and two half length PCI expansion
slots for the model with CRT display. One (PCI) slot will be occupied if
the LCD display is used. However, there will be always two I/O windows
occupied by the system.
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POWER SOURCE
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Specification
High range of voltage input
180 ~ 264 Vac
Low range of voltage input
90 ~ 130 Vac
Input frequency
47 ~ 63 Hz
Total Power
Consumption
Normal
Maximum
9” mono monitor
65 W
72 W
10” color monitor
120 W
130 W
12” color DSTN LCD
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50 W
Display used
Note on power consumption measurement: measured without printer.
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OPERATOR DISPLAY
CRT display (VGA interface) – for PST 6000
Display Type
9” monochrome CRT
10” color CRT
Size
228 mm (9”) diag.
175 (6.9”) * 125 (4.9”) mm
Resolution
800 * 600 max.
1024 * 768 max.
Position movable range
Back & forth: 48mm (1.890”) max.
Left to right: 30mm (1.181”) max.
Swivel range
90°left, 90°right
Tilt angle
20°max.
Power source
(UPS supported)
Included in VGA
display connector
Video memory
AC input from output outlet
of system power
Shared from system memory,
programmable through CMOS setup
Note: 10” color monitor uses AC power and is not UPS supported.
12.1” COLOR LCD –for PST 6030
Display Type
Color DSTN –LCD
View area
247 (9.7”) (W) * 186 (7.3”) (H) mm
Resolution
800 * 600
Memory size
1 MB
Swivel range
45°left, 30°right
Tilt angle
90°max
Back light
Side-edge CFL * 2
Luminance
150 cd/m2
Knob control
Brightness and Contrast
Signal interface
TTL
Signal connector
50 pin SCSI connector
Power source
included in display connector
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LED COLOR
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STANDBY INDICATOR: yellow
MSR INDICATOR: dual color (green for good reading, red for invalid
reading)
SYSTEM POWER ON/OFF CONTROL
l One main power ON/OFF push switch hidden inside front door area for
direct drive on PSU
l One ON switch at right end of front edge of the system
l Any position (usually LP) of the 6 position lock can be programmed as the
software shutdown control according to POSIFLEX standard
UPS SUPPORT (battery option)
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24V printer and whether the UPS is fully charged
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present during system off
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discharging. Such flash and beep stop in 3 ~ 5 sec after AC power resumes
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24VDC POWER SUPPLY TO POS PRINTER
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24 +/- 1.2 VDC at 2 AMP load
Max. ripple + noise: 240 mV
Accessory: cable CCBLA-146
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INPUT / OUTPUT PORTS
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1 X LAN port (Ethernet 10 base T and 100 base T)
4 X serial communication ports with COM1 capable of supporting 5 V DC
while each of the rest capable of supplying both DC +5V and DC +12V at
1A. Default setting is no DC output for all ports.
1 X parallel port
One independent control for a dedicated cash drawer (two cash drawers as
option)
1 X VGA display port for PST 6000. 1 X LCD display port for PST6030.
Both include UPS supported DC power
1 X 24 VDC / 2 Amp. Power supported by UPS function
UPS connector for 2.3AH/12V Lead Acid battery or above
2 USB ports
1 fast IRDA port (IRDA transceiver option)
1 PS/2 mouse port (connector cable option)
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PRELOAD DOS
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DIMENSIONS:
WIDTH: 408 mm (16.1”)
DEPTH: 465 mm (18.0”)
HEIGHT: 355 mm (14.0”) for LCD models (with 12” LCD)
379 mm (14.9”) for CRT models (with 9” mono)
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12.5Kg for CRT models
10.0Kg for LCD models
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PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
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Spill-proof construction
Extension keyboard wedge connector
Transparent key caps over key tops
6 position key switch control, with key extractable at L0 and L1
Security Key lock function locks up whole keyboard port
5 pages of programmable key definitions defined by 6 position key switch
112 sites of fully programmable keys for each page
255 bytes max. can be programmed for each key
Total memory for keys to be programmed: 8 KB
Programmable under DOS, Windows 3.1, or Windows95 without TSR or
DLL program
Multi-page programming
Multi - level programming
Programmable output speed control
Time - delay programming
Hot key programming (teach & learn)
Answer back signal when position key changed or when enquired.
Standard layout includes one quad key, two double keys, 12 numeric keys
00 0~9 and 92 pieces of single keys. The single keys, double keys and
quad keys are designed with correspondent transparent key caps. The
numeric keys and the blank key are designed to be without key caps.
ENVIRONMENTAL
l Temperature range:
Operating: 0°C ~ +40°C
Non-operating: -20°C ~ +60°C
l Humidity range:
Operating: 20%RH ~ 80%RH, non-condensing max. wet bulb 26°C
Non-operating: 10%RH ~ 80%RH, non-condensing max. wet bulb 28.9°C
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ACCESSORIES
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USER’S MANUAL: 1 COPY
PST LEGEND SHEET IN 4 COLORS
SOFTWARE DOCUMENTS FOR PRELOADED DOS ON HDD
(NOT BUNDLED FOR DISKLESS MACHINE): 1 SET
ELECTRONIC KEY FOR PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD : 4 PCS
(1 SET)
MECHANICAL KEY FOR FRONT DOOR: 2 PCS
TRANSPARENT KEY CAPS:
FOR SINGLE KEY: 92 PCS
FOR DOUBLE KEY: 2 PCS
FOR QUAD KEY: 1 PC
KEY CLIP FOR REMOVAL OF KEY CAPS: 1 SET
POWER CABLE FOR 24 V DC CCBLA-146: 1 PC
CABLE FOR CASH DRAWER CONTROL (CCBLA-180 FOR CR-3100
/ CR3200)
POWER CORD
CABLE TIE: 5 PCS
VELCRO PATCHES FOR PRINTER INSTALLATION: 4 PCS
DISKETTE FOR DRIVER UTILITY
COM 1 TERMINATOR: 1 PC (MOUNTED ON MACHINE)
VFD TERMINATOR: 1 PC (MOUNTED ON MACHINE)
DUST COVER
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OPTIONS
CUSTOMER DISPLAY
MODEL Number
PD2101
PD7001/PD7011.PD7021
Display Media
VFD
LCD
Number of rows
2
2 or 4
Characters per row
20
10 or 20 or 26
Character width (mm)
7.2
8.35 or 17.95
Character height (mm)
11.25
8.35 or 17.95
Character in dot matrix format
5X7
8 x 16, 16 x 16 or 6 x 8
Character color
Green (505 nm)
Dark blue
Horizontal slide (mm)
95
95
Horizontal rotation
360°
360°
Inclined viewing angle
14.5°and 30°
14.5°and 30°
Display area (mm x mm)
216 x 32
196 x 42.4
KEY TOP OPTION
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QUAD KEY
DOUBLE KEY
SINGLE KEY
BLANK KEY
UPS BATTERY
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2.3 AH/12V LEAD ACID BATTERY
INTERNAL MODEM CARD
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AFM100 – CUSTOMIZED SIZE TO FIT INTO THE SYSTEM –
USING RJ11C FOR TELEPHONE CONNECTION
IRDA TRANSCEIVER
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PST055A+CCBLA-244
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PS/2 MOUSE CONNECTOR CABLE
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CCBLA-233
PCMCIA CONTROL CARD
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PST060
CACHE MEMORY EXPANSION
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512 KB
DRAM EXPANSION
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ON BOARD 2 SIMM SOCKETS FOR 4MB ea., 8MB ea. AND
16MB ea. EDO DRAM
ON BOARD 2 DIMM SOCKETS FOR 16MB ea. EDO DRAM,
32MB ea. AND 64MB ea. SDRAM
PRINTER: PP-3000
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DOT MATRIX 9 PIN
HIGH SPEED BI-DIRECTIONAL
FRICTION TYPE
40 COLUMNS FOR 15.4 CPI
ACCEPTS PAPER WIDTH 2.25/3/3.25 INCHES WITH
ADJUSTABLE PAPER GUIDE
PRINTS ON ORDINARY OR UP TO 3-FOLD CARBONLESS
COPY PAPER
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MAGNETIC STRIPE READER
Reader application
Applicable card type
ISO 7811
JIS X6302
Card feed method
Manual
Manual
Card feed direction
Bi-direction
Uni-direction
Card feed speed
5 ~ 55 IPS
100-1200mm/sec
Read / write function
Read only
Read only
Life of head
Approx. 300,000 passes
300,000 passes
Error rate
Less than 0.5%
Less than 0.1%
Available models
Tracks 1 & 2 or tracks 1, 2 & 3
JIS - II
Card data format
Card standard
IATA
ABA
THRIFT
JIS I
JIS - II
Track used
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 2
Rear side
Recording method
F2F
(FM)
F2F
(FM)
F2F
(FM)
F2F
(FM)
F2F
(FM)
Recording density
210 BPI
75 BPI
210 BPI
35 BPI
210 BPI
79 / 7
40 / 5
107 / 5
40 / 5
72 / 7
Recording capacity
(characters / bits)
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RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION
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POWER SUPPLY MTBF: 50,000 HRS
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MONITOR MTBF: 30,000 HRS
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LCD PANEL LIFE EXPECTANCY: 50,000 HRS
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LCD BACK LIGHT LIFE EXPECTANCY: 20,000 HRS
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FDD MTBF: 30,000 HRS
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HDD MTBF: 50,000 HRS
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NVSRAM DATA HOLD TIME: 10 YRS
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VFD LIFE EXPECTANCY: 30,000 HRS
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MSR LIFE EXPECTANCY: 300,000 PASSES
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KEY SWITCH LIFE EXPECTANCY: 10,000,000 STROKES
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SYSTEM DEFINITIONS
BLOCK DIAGRAM
PARALLEL
PRINTER
PASS
THROUGH
SERIAL
PRINTER
UPS
BATT.
LPT 1
CUSTOMER
DISPLAY
CR3X00
PS/2
MOUSE
USB
DEVICE
CR3X00
CUSTOMER
DISPLAY
24 VDC
PST054
COM 1
UPS
MGMT
(5 VDC)
NETWORK
USB
DEVICE
USB 1
CR
CR DECODER
USB 2
PS/2
MOUSE
ETHERNET
LAN
NVSRAM
32KB
DRAM
HDD
PSU
CACHE
CPU
(12 VDC)
(5 VDC, 12VDC)
PROGRAMMABLE
KEYBOARD
MEMORY (8KB)
EXT. KB
PORT
COM 4
(MSR)
PC KB
KEYBOARD WEDGE
BARCODE SCANNER
COM 2
COM 3
DEVICE
VGA
[PST033]
for PST6030
DEVICE
DEVICE
FDD
IRDA
(PST055A)
CRT
LCD
IRDA DEVICE
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EXTERNAL KEYBOARD CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 5 PIN DIN FEMALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # DEFINITION
1 CLOCK
2 KEYBOARD DATA
3 NC
4 GROUND
5 +5 VDC
LAN PORT
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 8 PIN TELEPHONE JACK:
PIN # DEFINITION
1 TD +
2 TD 3 RD +
4 NC
5 NC
6 RD 7 NC
8 NC
• This port is defined as 100 base T or 10 base T LAN port.
• IRQ 10 is assigned for this port.
PS/2 MOUSE
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 6 PIN MINI DIN JACK:
PIN # DEFINITION
1 PMDAT
2 NC
3 GND
4 VCC
5 PMCLK
6 NC
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CRT DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR
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This port is available in PST6000
DC +12 V is supplied to the monitor through specially designed
different pins.
« Short circuit will occur if any device other than the designated display
is connected to the display port.
« The DC supply in this connector is UPS supported.
LCD DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR
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This port is available in PST6030
DC +12 V is supplied to the LCD through specially designed different
pins.
« Permanent damage could occur if this connector is connected /
disconnected while system power on.
« Short circuit will occur if any device other than the designated display
is connected to the display port.
« The DC supply in this connector is UPS supported.
SERIAL PORT COM1
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 9 PIN D SUB MALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE
1 DCD
+12 VDC
2 RX
3 TX
4 DTR
5 GND
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 RI
+5 VDC
• IRQ 4 is assigned for this port.
DEFAULT SETTING
DCD
RI
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•
COM 1 terminator must be installed when there is no device
connected to COM1 port, otherwise the CR port and customer display
will not function.
• It is definitely inadvisable to connect serial input devices to COM 1
port without thorough investigation. The reason is that some input
devices like serial mouse do not provide standard RS232 hardware
handshaking signals. In PST systems, both the customer display and
cash drawer controller share the COM 1 port. When the system issues
any command to cash drawer controller or the customer display, the
hardware handshaking signal will be in error status and could halt
this port if COM1 is not connected properly.
• DC supply of this port is UPS supported.
Jumper selection: please refer to the description in Hardware details of
this manual.
SERIAL PORT COM2
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 9 PIN D SUB MALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE DEFAULT SETTING
1 DCD
+12 VDC
DCD
2 RX
3 TX
4 DTR
5 GND
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 RI
+5 VDC
RI
• IRQ 3 is assigned for this port.
• This port is suggested when a modem is to be connected.
• DC supply of this port is UPS supported.
Jumper selection: please refer to the description in Hardware details of
this manual.
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SERIAL PORT COM3
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 9 PIN D SUB MALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE DEFAULT SETTING
1 DCD
+12 VDC
DCD
2 RX
3 TX
4 DTR
5 GND
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 RI
+5 VDC
RI
• IRQ assigned: IRQ9
• DC supply of this port is UPS supported.
Jumper selection: please refer to the description in Hardware details.
SERIAL PORT COM4
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 9 PIN D SUB MALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE DEFAULT SETTING
1 DCD
+12 VDC
DCD
2 RX
3 TX
4 DTR
5 GND
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 RI
+5 VDC
RI
• IRQ assigned: IRQ5
• DC supply of this port is UPS supported.
Jumper selection: please refer to the description in Hardware details.
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PARALLEL PORT LPT1
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 25 PIN D SUB FEMALE CONNECTOR:
EPP MODE
PIN # SPP MODE
1 - STROBE
-WRITE
2 D0
D0
3 D1
D1
4 D2
D2
5 D3
D3
6 D4
D4
7 D5
D5
8 D6
D6
9 D7
D7
10 - ACK
INTR
11 BUSY
-WAIT
12 PE
NU
13 SLCT
NU
14 - AUTO FEED
-Datastb
15 - ERROR
NU
16 - INIT
NU
17 - SLCT IN
NU
18 GND
GND
19 GND
GND
20 GND
GND
21 GND
GND
22 GND
GND
23 GND
GND
24 GND
GND
25 GND
GND
• IRQ 7 is assigned for this port.
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ECP MODE
-STROBE
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
-ACK
BUSY, PeriphAck
Perror, -AckReverse
SLCT
-AutoFeed, HostAck
-Fault, -PeriphRequest
-Init, -ReverseRequest
- SLCT IN
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
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CUSTOMER DISPLAY CONNECTOR
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This port uses COM 1 of the system and data can be passed through
to COM 1 connector when proper command is received.
The VFD terminator must be installed when there is no customer
display connected to this connector, otherwise the COM1 port and the
CR controller will not function properly.
DC supply to this device is UPS supported.
CASH DRAWER CONTROLLER
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l The power to cash drawer solenoid is DC 12 V nominal.
l The command to open cash drawers is decoded through COM 1.
l The drawer open indication can be detected by software through
status check on RI signal of COM 1.
USB1
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN JACK:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
VCC
-DATA
+DATA
GND
PIN 1
USB2
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN JACK:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
VCC
-DATA
+DATA
GND
PIN 1
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24 VDC CONNECTOR
DC supply of this connector is UPS supported.
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 3.5φ DC JACK:
PIN #
CENTER
OUTER
DEFINITION
+24 VDC
GND
-
+24 VDC
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 3 PIN PLUG TO PRINTER:
PIN #
1
2
3
CASE
DEFINITION
+24 V
GND
N.C.
CHASSIS GND
3
1
2
CASE
UPS BATTERY CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN SOCKET:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
+12 V
+12 V
GND
GND
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APPLICATION GUIDES
OPERATOR DISPLAY
CRT MONITOR (FOR PST6000)
The CRT monitor used in PST6000 (VGA port built in on board) can be
considered as ordinary PC VGA monitor in application concern. However, the power
to the 9” VGA monochrome monitor is supplied through the VGA connector and is
UPS supported. Yet, when the monitor used is the 10” color monitor, the AC power is
used and is not supported by the UPS function.
LCD DISPLAY (12.1” COLOR DSTN)
As this LCD is constructed in 800 x 600 pallets, it is recommended to select
800 x 600 resolution for best vision.
CASH DRAWER
The software command to open the cash drawer or the first cash drawer with
the optional split cable CCBLA-238 is a hexadecimal code of <07> sent to COM1
port under the protocol of 9600bps, none parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit.
The software command to open the second cash drawer with the optional split
cable CCBLA-238 is a hexadecimal code of <17> sent to COM1 port under the same
protocol as above.
The drawer open status can be obtained through checking the communication
status of COM1 at signal RI. When there is no drawer open, the RI signal of COM1 is
always set. When there is any cash drawer opened, the RI signal of COM1 is reset.
The RI signal is obtained as the bit 6 (the second most significant bit) of the I/O
address 3Feh if the COM1 address is set to 3F8h~3FFh (conventional address for
COM1) in system configuration.
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NVSRAM
The NVSRAM in a PST6000 system is installed in the mainboard of the PST
system. The basic model of the NVSRAM in a PST system has a memory size of 32
KB and addressed from D0000h to D7FFFh in the memory map. The expanded
version of the NVSRAM in the PST system has a memory size of 64 KB and occupies
the memory address from D0000h to DFFFFh. This arrangement gives a great deal of
easiness to a software programmer in utilizing the NVSRAM through direct software
control in the application program in consideration of the hardware upgrading. One
easiest way to utilize the NVSRAM of a PST system is through the use of the attached
software driver to simulate a disk drive.
To have the NVSRAM work as a simulated disk drive, the user should first
simply copy the NDISK.SYS file from the diskette attached to a convenient directory
of his/her Hard Disk Drive, say copy the file NDISK.SYS to the subdirectory
C:\PATH where PATH means the subdirectory routing required, add following
sentence into the CONFIG.SYS file:
DEVICE = C:\PATH \ NDISK.SYS
DEVICEHIGH = C:\PATH \ NDISK.SYS
or
and then restart the system. This will give a simulated free disk space of 28,160 bytes.
For the expanded NVSRAM option, the above sentence should be changed
into:
DEVICE = C:\PATH \ NDISK.SYS /S64
DEVICEHIGH = C:\PATH \ NDISK.SYS /S64
or
This option gives a simulated free disk space of 60,928 bytes after restart of
the system. The NVSRAM will then work as a simulated disk drive D: which works
not only faster than a hard disk drive but also more reliable and safer especially in case
of power failure.
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CUSTOMER DISPLAY
In the following sections, it is assumed that before any command / data given
to the customer display, the PST system should have been previously prepared for
issuing command to the customer display unit through the following command given
under DOS environment:
C:\> mode com1 96,n,8,1
(enter)
In other words, the protocols in RS-232C communication are listed below:
Serial Port Used
COM 1
Baud Rate
9600 bps
Parity Check
none
Date Bits
8
Stop Bits
1
As for the data displayed, please refer to the appendix of this manual. The 5 x
7 fonts used in PD-2101 page 0, PD-2101 page 1, PD-2101 EPSON emulation page 0
and PD-2101 EPSON emulation page 1 describe PD2101. The 8 x 16 fonts used in
PD-7001 page 0, PD-7001 page 1 and international character sets describe PD7001.
However, the simplified Chinese characters in PD7011 and the traditional Chinese
characters in PD7021 are not listed.
The hardware handshaking signal of the customer display is defaulted to use
CTS signal. For PST6000 series of system version C introduced in 2nd quarter of 1998
onward, this handshaking signal is selectable between CTS and DSR through change
of jumper setting according to the description in hardware details.
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PD-2101 (VFD DISPLAY)
This customer display provides 4 emulation modes for software programming
in controlling the display. The emulation mode is defined by adjusting the DIP SW on
the back. See Fig. D-1.
Rear side of PD-2101
The display is
now facing down
SW1
Switch ON direction
SW2
Fig. D - 1 DIP switch position
The relationship between the switch position and the emulation mode is
summarized in the following table. However, the switching should only take place at
power off.
Emulation
Mode
Futaba
Noritake
Aedex
(PD2101)
ADM
(PD2101ADM)
Epson
SW 1
on
off
on
on
off
SW 2
on
on
off
off
off
On the VFD, there are totally at most 40 characters in 2 rows to be displayed at
the same time, while each character displayed in the format of 5 by 7 rectangular dot
matrix. To the lower right corner of each dot matrix there are a round shaped dot and a
tail to form period and comma marks. For the characters in 2nd row of the VFD, there
is one more feature to be displayed, which is the downward pointing triangle under
each character. This triangular mark shall be referred to as the under mark for
identification later on.
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P15
P11
P75
P81
P71
P82
P83
As illustrated in the above drawing, each rectangular dot in the font format
shall be identified as P11, P12, …, P15, P21, P22, …, P25, P31, …, P35, …, P71, …,
P75, P81, P82, P83. Where “Pn1” means the leftmost dot in the nth row of the dot
matrix and “Pn5” stands for the rightmost dot in the nth row. P81 means the round dot
to the lower right corner, P82 notifies the tail to form a comma and P83 denotes the
under mark. These notations will be used in user defined fonts.
Futaba emulation mode
Command Name
Reset
Hex Codes
Command Name
Hex Codes
1F
Cursor on
13
Brightness control
04 bb
Cursor off
14
Change font page
1E 0p
(Horizontal tab.)
09
(Line feed)
0A
Moving sign
05 …… 0D
Change leading code
06 x1 x2
Set pass through flag
Clear pass through flag
Horizontal tab
11 09
01
Vertical scroll up
12 09
x1 x2 02
Cursor up/down
11 0A
Line feed
12 0A
Digit select
10 pp
Back space
08
Carriage return
0D
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Noritake emulation mode
Command Name
Hex Codes
Command Name
Hex Codes
Reset
1B 49
Cursor on
15
Clear
0E
Cursor off
16
05 …… 0D
Back space
08
(Horizontal tab)
09
(Line feed)
0A
Moving sign
Change leading code
06 x1 x2
Set pass through flag
01
Clear pass through flag
x1 x2 02
Horizontal tab
11 09
Change font page
1E 0p
Vertical scroll up
12 09
Brightness control
1B 4C bb
Cursor up/down
11 0A
Digit select
1B 48 pp
Line feed
12 0A
Cursor blinking Rate
1B 54 nn
Form feed
0C
User defined graphics / 1B 43 ad x1
Carriage return
fonts
~ x5
0D
Aedex emulation mode (not for PD2101ADM)
Attention code + Function code + Data + Carriage return
Function Code
Command Name
Function Area
Data Length
1
Display top
Top row
Max. 20 characters
2
Display bottom
Bottom row
Max. 20 characters
4
On going scroll
Top row
Max. 60 characters
6
One time scroll
Top row
Max. 60 characters
7
Stop trapping
N.A.
No characters
8
Change attention code
N.A.
2 characters
9
Display whole area
Both rows
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Epson emulation mode (power on default)
Command
Command Name
&
Hex Codes
Command Name
Command
&
Hex Codes
Move cursor left
BS
08
Clear display screen
CLR
0C
Move cursor right
HT
09
Clear cursor line
CAN
18
Move cursor down
LF
0A
Specify overwrite mode
US MD1
1F 01
US LF
1F 0A
Specify
mode
scroll
US MD2
1F 02
home
HOM
0B
Specify horizontal scroll
mode
US MD3
1F 03
Move cursor to bottom
position
US B
1F 42
Set/cancel display screen
blinking
US E
1F 45
Move cursor to leftmost
position
CR
0D
Brightness adjustment
US X
1F 58
Move cursor to rightmost
position
US CR
1F 0D
Set & display counter
(time)
US T
1F 54
Move cursor to specified
position
US $
1F 24
Display counter (time)
US U
1F 55
Move cursor up
Move
position
cursor
vertical
Set/cancel user
characters «
defined
ESC %
1B 25
Initialize display
Define
user
characters «
defined
ESC &
1B 26
Show firmware version
US @
1F 40
Delete
user
characters «
defined
ESC ?
1B 3F
Select peripheral device
ESC =
1B 3D
Select character code table
ESC @
1B 40
ESC t
1B 74
The commands with « mark may not be 100% compatible with original EPSON
commands.
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ADM emulation mode (for PD2101ADM only)
Control code [+ Data / Line #] [+ Carriage return]
Control Code
Command Name
Function Area
<0C>h
Clear Display
Line 1 +Line 2
<0D>h
Carriage Return
End of Command
<0E>h
Write Line 1
Line 1
<0F>h
Write Line 2
Line 2
<10>h
Write Decimal Point
Line 1
<11>h
Blink Line
Line 1 or Line 2
<12>h
Clear Blink
Line 1 or Line 2
<1E>h
Write Field 1
Left 8 characters of Line 2
<1F>h
Write Field 2
Right 8 characters of Line 2
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PD-7001 (LCD DISPLAY)
NOTE : CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN NOT TO SEND ANY UNDEFINED
CONTROL OR COMMAND CODES TO THE DISPLAY MODULE
AS THIS MAY CAUSE A SOFTWARE MALFUNCTION OR EVEN
SHUTDOWN OF THIS CUSTOMER DISPLAY.
SWITCH SETTINGS ON CONTROL BOARD
JP2
U5
U4
U2A
U1
JP
1
J3
U6
U2
J4
PD700CPU
1 2 3
SW1 & SW2 for power on default emulation mode
SW2
OFF
SW1
ON
OFF
EPSON 2 X 20
NORITAKE 2 X 20
ON
EPSON 4 X 26
N.A. (see NOTE)
OFF
ON
SW3
NO LOGO AT POWER-ON
SHOW LOGO AT POWER-ON
J4
N.A.
Default
NOTE: The switch position to have both SW1 and SW2 ON is absolutely forbidden in
PD7001. This combination is reserved for PD7011/PD7021 that uses second CPU for
complicated font handling.
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EPSON MODE -- 2 LINES X 20 CHARACTERS
Command
Name
Code
BS
Move cursor left
<08>h
HT
Move cursor right
<09>h
LF
Move cursor down
<0A>h
HOM
+ Move cursor to home position
<0B>h
CLR
+ Clear display screen
<0C>h
CR
Move cursor to left-most position
<0D>h
CAN
Clear cursor line
<18>h
ESC %
Set/cancel user-defined character set
<1B>h <25>h <n>
n = 1 : set
n = 0 : cancel
ESC &
Define user-defined character
(* Max. 3 characters
* multiple definition in 1 command
* every time new define command
will overlay old definition from the
first character) (ref. 4.4 for x1 to x16)
<1B>h <26>h <s> <n> <m>
[<a> <x1> <x2> … …
<x16> ]m-n+1
where: s = 2 , a = 8,
n = starting address,
m = ending address
ESC =
Select peripheral device:
n = 1 -> pass through selected
+ n = 2 -> display selected
n = 3 -> pass through / display both
selected
<1B>h <3D>h <n>h
Reset display mode:
n = 10-> Epson 2x20 mode
n = 20-> Noritake 2x20 mode
n = 40-> Epson 4x26 mode
n = 80-> (must not be used)
ESC ?
Delete user-defined character
<1B>h <3F>h <n>
ESC @
Initial display
<1B>h <40>h
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EPSON MODE -- 2 LINES X 20 CHARACTERS (CONTINUED)
Command Name
ESC C
Select cursor
ESC R
Select international character set
ESC t
Select character code table
US MD1
US MD2
US MD3
US LF
US CR
+ Specify overwrite mode
Specify vertical scroll mode
Specify horizontal scroll mode
Move cursor up
Move cursor to the right-most position
US $
Move cursor to the specified position
US :
US @
US B
US E
US ^
Code
<1B>h <43>h <n>
n = 0 : cursor invisible
+ n = 1 : cursor visible
<1B>h <52>h
<1B>h <74>h <n>
+ n = 0 : page 0 selected
n = 1 : page 1 selected
<1F>h <01>h
<1F>h <02>h
<1F>h <03>h
<1F>h <0A>h
<1F>h <0D>h
<1F>h <24>h <n> <m>
<n>th column <m>th line
Set start/ending position of macro
definition max. 60 byte commands (
<1F>h <3A>h
Macro definition and user- defined
characters can not exist at the same time)
Execute self-test
(* show version,
* show overwrite, vertical/ horizontal
<1F>h <40>h
scroll modes,
* show all characters of current code
table)
Move cursor to bottom position
<1F>h <42>h
<1F>h <45>h <n>
n x 50 ms = on/off time
Blink display screen
n = 0, display keep on
n = 255, display keep off
<1F>h <5E>h <n> <m>
n x 20 ms = interval of bytes
Execute macro
m x 50 ms = interval of
macros
+ Display automatically default to these conditions after power-on or reset
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NORITAKE MODE -- 2 LINES X 20 CHARACTERS
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION (limitations)
Back Space:
<08>
This command moves the cursor to the left digit. If the
current position is the most significant digit (MSD) of the
2nd row, the cursor will move to the least significant digit
(LSD) of first row. If the current position is the MSD of the
first row, the cursor will not move.
Horizontal Tab:
<11> <09>
This command moves the cursor one digit to the right. If the
current position is the LSD of the 1st row, the cursor will
move to the MSD of the 2nd row. If the current position is
the LSD of the 2nd row, the cursor will move to MSD the
1st row.
Vertical Scroll Up:
<12> <09>
<11> <0A>
After writing as character to the LSD of the 2nd row, all 2nd
characters are transferred to the 1st row, leaving a blank line
on the 2nd row. The new cursor position is at the MSD of
the 2nd row. If the cursor is not at LSD of the 2nd row, this
command only moves the cursor to the next digit on the
right.
Cursor Up/Down:
Cursor moves up or down to another row.
Line Feed:
<12> <0A>
If the cursor is at the 2nd row, all characters in the 2nd row
will be transferred to the 1st row, and leave a blank 2nd row.
The cursor position is unchanged.
If the cursor is at the 1st row, it simply moves directly down
to the 2nd row. Characters are not effected.
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NORITAKE MODE
--
2
LINES
X
20
CHARACTERS
(CONTINUED 1)
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION (limitations)
<0D>
Carriage Return:
Cursor moves to the current row's MSD position.
<0C>
Form Feed:
Cursor move to the MSD of the 1st row.
<1B> <48> <P>
Digit Select:
Move cursor to position P, where P is the digit position in
hex number. For example.
P=00 1st row MSD
P=01 1st row 2nd digit
P=13 1st row LSD
P=14 2nd row MSD
P=27 2nd row LSD
<15>
Cursor On:
Cursor On or lighted.
<16>
Cursor Off:
Cursor off.
<1B> <49>
Reset:
All characters erased and all settings returned to power-on
reset conditions.
<0E>
Clear:
All displayed characters are cleared. Cursor stays at the same
position.
<05>
Moving Sign
Enables a scrolling message to be sent to the display. The
string characters can be up to 45 characters long and
terminated by <0D>. The message will scroll on the first
row. It is disabled automatically when other information is
sent.
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NORITAKE MODE
--
2
LINES
X
20
CHARACTERS
(CONTINUED 2)
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION (limitations)
<1E><P>
Change font page
+ P = 0: page 0 selected
P = 1: page 1 selected
<01>
Set Pass-through Flag
Serial Pass-through and Parallel Pass-through pole displays
only. Enables the pass- function. All data following the
setting of this flag will pass-through the pole display and go
to another peripheral device.
<21> <23> <02>
Clear Pass-through flag
Serial Pass-through and Parallel Pass-through pole displays
only. Disables or clears the pass-through function. (Two
leading codes are programmable)
<06>
Change leading code
The two leading code followed the command will replace the
default leading code <21> and <23>.
<1B> <43>
<Addr> <x1>
<x2> … <x16>
User Defined Graphics/Fonts:
<Addr> specifies the address where the user defined
graphics/font to be stored. <x1>......<x16> are the 16 bytes
defining the dots of the 8 x 16 matrix to be turned on in the
user defined character (ref. 4.4). Recommended <Addr>= A0
through FF, and no more than 3 user defined graphics/fonts.
<1B> <3D> <n>
Reset display mode
n = 10-> Epson 2 x 20 mode
n = 20-> Noritake 2 x 20 mode
n = 40-> Epson 4 x 26 mode
n = 80-> (must not be used)
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EPSON MODE -- 4 LINES X 26 CHARACTERS
Command
BS
HT
LF
HOM
CLR
CR
CAN
ESC %
ESC &
ESC =
ESC ?
ESC @
Name
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor down
+ Move cursor to home
position
+ Clear display screen
Move cursor to left-most
position
Clear cursor line
Set/cancel
character set
user-defined
Code
<08>h
<09>h
<0A>h
<0B>h
<0C>h
<0D>h
<18>h
<1B>h <25>h <n>
n = 1 : set
n = 0 : cancel
<1B>h <26>h <s> <n> <m>
[<a> <x1> <x2> … … <x8>
]m-n+1
s = 1 , a = 5,
n = starting character,
m = ending character
(ref. 4.4 for x1 to x8)
Define user-defined character
(* Max. 3 characters
* multiple characters can be
defined in 1 command sets
* every time new define
command execution will
overwrite the old definition
from the first character )
Select peripheral device
n = 1 -> pass through selected
+ n = 2 -> display selected
n = 3 -> pass through/display
both selected
<1B>h <3D>h <n>h
Reset display mode
n = 10-> Epson 2x20 mode
n = 20-> Noritake 2x20 mode
n = 40-> Epson 4x26 mode
n = 80-> (must not be used)
Delete user-defined character <1B>h <3F>h <n>h
Initial display
<1B>h <40>h
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EPSON MODE -- 4 LINES X 26 CHARACTERS (CONTINUED)
Command
Name
ESC C
Select cursor
ESC R
ESC t
US MD1
US MD2
US MD3
US LF
US CR
US $
US @
US B
US E
Code
<1B>h <43>h <n>
n = 0 : cursor invisible
+ n = 1 : cursor visible
Select international character
<1B>h <52>h
set
<1B>h <74>h <n>h
Select character code table
+ n = 0 : page 0 selected
n = 1 : page 1 selected
+ Specify overwrite mode
<1F>h <01>h
Specify vertical scroll mode
<1F>h <02>h
Specify horizontal scroll
<1F>h <03>h
mode
Move cursor up
<1F>h <0A>h
Move cursor to the right-most
<1F>h <0D>h
position
<1F>h <24>h <n> <m>
Move cursor to the specified
where:
position
<n>th column <m>th line
Execute self-test
(* show version
* show overwrite, vertical/
<1F>h <40>h
horizontal scroll modes
* show all characters of
current code table )
Move cursor to bottom
<1F>h <42>h
position
<1F>h <45>h <n>
n x 50 ms = on/off time
Blink display screen
n = 0, display keep on
n = 255, display keep off
+ Display automatically default to these conditions after power-on or reset
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PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
HOT KEY PROGRAMMING
The POSIFLEX programmable keyboard supports the “Hot key programming”
method which is most useful in instant modification of a few keys in a
preprogrammed keyboard without entering the more sophisticated programming
utility. Of course, the user may also use this feature to program through out all 112
keys by 5 pages (LP and L1 to L4) at will. The whole process of “Hot key
programming” contains 4 steps for each key to be programmed and is illustrated as
following:
Preparation
Enter “hot key
programming”
mode
Input the
content to be
programmed
Exit “hot key
programming”
mode
PREPARATION
Please connect a standard PC or PS-2 keyboard to the external keyboard port
and settle the software and the rest hardware exactly the way application program
requires before entering “Hot key programming” mode. The user shall then decide
which key of which page is to be programmed and turn the 6 position control key to
the proper position before entering the “Hot key programming” mode. Please note that
the answer back codes of the position control key is not covered by the “Hot key
programming” feature.
ENTER “HOT KEY PROGRAMMING” MODE
To enter the “Hot key programming” mode, the user must input the “Hot key”
and identify the key on the programmable keyboard to be programmed. The so called
“Hot key” is a special combination of keys pressed on the standard PC or PS-2
keyboard. In PST programmable keyboard, the “Hot key” is defined as pressing and
holding the left “Alt” key while pressing the “PRT SC” (“Print Screen”) key on the
PC or PS-2 keyboard. And by doing so, the programmable keyboard will give 2 beeps
to notify that it is ready to receive the identification of which key to be programmed.
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Right after the “Hot key” is released, the user shall press the key to be programmed on
the programmable keyboard once to identify which key to be programmed. If the “Hot
key” is pressed for the second time or the “Esc” key is pressed prior to the press of the
key on the programmable keyboard, this mode will be aborted immediately. The user
should not enter the “Hot key programming” mode when the programmable keyboard
is already fully loaded (no more free memory for further programming) by the key
contents previously programmed.
INPUT THE CONTENT TO BE PROGRAMMED
Once the programmable keyboard enters the “Hot key programming” mode
with the key to be programmed identified, what the user types on the standard PC or
PS-2 keyboard will be taken for the content to be programmed into that key of the
programmable keyboard till the user exits the “Hot key programming” mode.
The legal input in this mode includes all alphabetical letters (including both
upper and lower cases), numerical digits (applicable only for keys at the area above
the alphabetical keys and excluding those on the numerical keypad), symbols (such as
`!”#$ and those keys excluding arithmetic signs in the numerical keypad) and the
“Enter” key. The “Shift” key, the “Caps lock” key and the “Back space” key are also
accepted in this mode to serve an editing purpose (for example, pressing “Back space”
will erase the last character of the input instead of being treated as a character for
input). Pressing the “Esc” key in this mode will abort the “Hot key programming”
mode immediately. All the rest keys (such as the “Ctrl”, “Alt”, “Home”, any function
key or arrow key or any key in the numerical keypad) on the standard PC or PS-2
keyboard are illegal inputs in this mode. The maximum number of key presses
acceptable to any key by “Hot key programming” is 32.
All the input from the standard PC or PS-2 keyboard in this mode will also be
sent to the host computer.
EXIT “HOT KEY PROGRAMMING” MODE
After the intended content of the key is completely entered, the user shall press
the “Hot key” again to notify the end of “Hot key programming”. The programmable
keyboard will give one beep to signify the normal exit of the “Hot key programming”
mode. Should there be any illegal entry in the content of the key or any other improper
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operation during the programming, the programmable keyboard will give three beeps
to signify the failure of “Hot key programming” and the key content is not changed. If
the user pressed the “Esc” key to abort “Hot key programming”, the programmable
keyboard will also give three beeps immediately as a response to signify the abort.
COMMON PROGRAMMING (KBM.EXE)
COMMAND LISTING IN VIEW MODE
ESC -- quit the keyboard programming program
F1 -- get help on command list
F3 -- enter the configuration screen
F5 -- enter ASCII-code editing mode
F8 -- enter scan-code editing mode
F10 -- quit the keyboard programming program
Ins -- toggle insert/overwrite status for editing (default = insert)
Del -- delete the content of the key where cursor stays
Home -- go to column A of same page same row
End -- go to column I of same page same row
PgUp -- go to one page less in cyclic manner
PgDn -- go to one page next in cyclic manner
Up arrow -- move cursor to one row up in cyclic manner
Down arrow -- move cursor to one row down in cyclic manner
Left arrow -- move cursor to one column left in cyclic manner
Right arrow -- move cursor to one column right in cyclic manner
ENTER -- enter ASCII-code editing mode, but if the last edit of the key was in scancode mode then this means enter scan-code editing mode.
Alt-A -- enter ASCII-code editing mode
Alt-C -- copy the key content of a key or contents of the keys in a page to buffer
Alt-E – erase the current page or all pages
Alt-G -- enter the configuration page
Alt-L -- load key definitions from a disk file
Alt-M -- enter multi-level shift marker
Alt-N -- enter scan-code editing mode
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Alt-O -- load key definitions from a disk file
Alt-P -- paste the buffer content to key definition
Alt-R -- read key definitions from the programmable keyboard
Alt-S -- save key definitions to a disk file
Alt-T – toggle key-content format between page-wise and column-wise
Alt-U -- recover key definition before last change
Alt-W -- write key definitions to the programmable keyboard
Alt-X -- quit the keyboard programming program
any other key stoke -- will be taken as an input in ASCII-code editing mode, and will
give no influence if the current key was last edited in scancode editing mode
COMMAND LISTING IN ASCII-CODE EDITING MODE
ESC -- enter view mode
F1 -- get help on command list of ASCII- code editing mode
F5 -- enter view mode
F8 -- enter view mode
F10 -- enter view mode
BkSp -- delete the character to the left of cursor
Ins -- toggle insert/overwrite status for editing (default = insert)
Del -- delete the character where cursor stays or the last character
Home -- go to first position within the key definition
End -- go to last position within the key definition
PgUp -- go to one page less in cyclic manner
PgDn -- go to one page next in cyclic manner
Up arrow -- move cursor to one row up in cyclic manner and enter view mode
Down arrow -- move cursor to one row down in cyclic manner and enter view mode
Left arrow -- move cursor to one character left within the key definition
Right arrow -- move cursor to one character right within the key definition
Alt-A -- enter view mode
Alt-C -- enter a “Caps Lock” into the key-content
Alt-D -- enter time delay mark into the key-content
Alt-N -- enter view mode
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Alt-S -- enter a multi-level separator between definitions of different levels.
Alt-X -- enter view mode
Alt-27 -- enter an “ESC” into the key-content
Alt-8 -- enter a “BkSp” into the key-content
Ctrl-C -- immediately terminates the programming utility.
any other key stoke -- will be taken as an input in ASCII-code editing mode.
COMMAND LISTING IN SCAN-CODE EDITING MODE
ESC -- leading code to enter scan code of any key after it into key-content, except
“ESC” + “F” for utility version since 2.15.xx
ESC-F -- leading code of arbitrary release code for utility version since 2.15.xx.
Usually used to release “CTL”, “ALT” or “SHF”.
F1 -- get help on command list of ASCII- code editing mode
F5 -- enter view mode
F8 -- enter view mode
F10 -- enter view mode
BkSp -- delete the character to the left of cursor
Ins -- toggle insert/overwrite status for editing (default = insert)
Del -- delete the character where cursor stays or the last character
Home -- go to first position within the key definition
End -- go to last position within the key definition
PgUp -- go to one page less in cyclic manner
PgDn -- go to one page next in cyclic manner
Up arrow -- move cursor to one row up in cyclic manner and enter view mode
Down arrow -- move cursor to one row down in cyclic manner and enter view mode
Left arrow -- move cursor to one character left within the key definition
Right arrow -- move cursor to one character right within the key definition
Alt-A -- enter view mode
Alt-D -- enter time delay mark into the key-content
Alt-M -- enter a multi-level shift marker into the key-content
Alt-N -- enter view mode
Alt-S -- enter a multi-level separator between definitions of different levels.
Alt-X -- enter view mode
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Alt-27 -- work like “ESC” as the leading code for scan codes.
Alt-8 -- enter a “BkSp” into the key-content
Ctrl-C -- immediately terminates the programming utility.
any other displayable key stoke -- will be taken as an input in scan-code format.
any other non-displayable key stroke -- will have no influence
ANSWER BACK CODE
Programming the answer back codes of the 6 position electronic key-lock is
also very easy as they are included in the keyboard programming with the locations
coded as “KLP”, “KL0”, “KL1”, “KL2”, “KL3” and “KL4” in the key-layout map of
page L1. These answer back codes will be issued by the programmable keyboard to
PC whenever the 6 position electronic key is switched to a new position (there will be
a time delay as determined in the configuration of the keyboard programming utility
and is adjustable by “r” and “t” key presses, this time delay is useful to give only the
answer back code of the last position of control key when it is turned across multiple
positions) or when the keyboard receives an “Enquiry” code (E7h) from the PC or the
PST system. Here are some examples of sending this “Enquiry” code to the
programmable keyboard in different languages:
Language
Syntax
C
outp (0x60, 0xE7)
BASIC
out &H60, &H0E7
DEBUG
o 60 E7
SHORTCUT UTILITY (RWM.EXE)
The feature of this RWM.EXE is designed mainly for the off-line
programming purpose and is very useful in quick reproduction of the preprogrammed
contents of the programmable keyboard. In such application, the user should have
either the preprogrammed keyboard or the preprogrammed file with “.tpl” extension
name which is the result of the keyboard programming. The user may use RWM.EXE
to directly transfer the programmed result of the programmable keyboard to a “.tpl”
file or directly transfer a prestored “.tpl” file to a programmable keyboard without
entering the utility “KBM.EXE” which may take more keystrokes. For instance, the
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user wants to transfer a file “XXX.tpl”, which was saved before, to the programmable
keyboard, he/she should type in following command in subdirectory “POSIFLEX.D”:
RWM XXX.tpl
(enter)
This operation is quite recommended to be performed on a daily basis to
ensure the system stability.
On the other hand, when the user wants to save the contents of a programmed
keyboard, e.g. when he/she newly receives a programmable keyboard, to a file named
“YYY.tpl”, he/she should type in following command in subdirectory
“POSIFLEX.D”:
RWM -r YYY.tpl
(enter)
HARDWARE LIMITATION
In the programmable keyboard, the detection of each key press is achieved
through the use of combination of “Logical columns” and “Logical rows”. For any key
pressed, the “Logical column” of that key is connected to the “Logical row” of the
same key by hardware, the CPU of the programmable keyboard detects such
connection and determines that which key has been pressed. However, in the case of
multiple simultaneous key-press, there are limitations on the position of the keys
selected. The basic rule of such limitations is:
No two keys in the combination are
allowed to be in the same “Logical row”.
The reason is that when any two keys of the same “Logical row” are pressed in
the same time, then there will be two “Logical columns” connected together through
that involved “Logical row”, causing some difficulties by its nature in identifying
which key is pressed. To overcome such problem, the output of the programmable
keyboard when the above rule is violated could be prohibited.
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POWER ON/OFF CONTROL
EXTERNAL POWER SWITCH
This switch is originally an “ON” only power switch. It can be programmed
into a power “ON/OFF” switch through software command. To program this switch,
the programmer needs to issue the following mentioned commands in the application
program to COM1 under the protocol: 9600 bps, parity none, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit.
• Change to power on only switch – the command string is <1B> <19> <01> in
hexadecimal format. (default status)
• Change to power on/off switch -- the command string is <1B> <19> <00> in
hexadecimal format.
SOFTWARE SWITCH OFF
An easy method for software control to turn the system off is the software off
switch. Usually the position LP of the 6 position key switch (or any other key or key
combination or any other position of the 6 position key switch as may be preferred) is
selected for this purpose.
The hexadecimal command string for software switch off function is :
<06> <16> <19> <1D> <n>.
In the above, the “n” indicates the time delay in seconds for actual power off
after the command string given to COM1.
The programmer has to program the answer back code of position LP of the
programmable keyboard to some command to close the application program (such as
“Alt+F4”). At the end of the closing operation, the application program should issue
the following mentioned software switch off command string to COM1 under the
protocol: 9600 bps, parity none, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit. Or, as an alternative, the
programmer may program the answer back code of position LP to contain:
The closing command of the application program;
A certain period of hold on time to allow a safe closing;
The command to call for a program which will send the
software switch off command string to COM1 as described.
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In other words, the two approaches to utilize the software switch off function
are:
The recommended:
Keyboard gives closing command of Application Program
Application Program closes itself and gives switch off command
System turns the power off
The Alternative:
Keyboard gives closing command of Application Program and …
Application Program closes itself
Keyboard gives switch off command at a predefined time
System turns the power off
UPS BATTERY
The optional UPS battery is a maintenance-free lead-acid battery and is
targeted to support basically the data preservation and smooth running of the system
during intermittent power failure. This battery is not designed for prolonged power
support to the system against power shutdown. That means, when the AC power
outage is known to last for more than few minutes, it is advisable to turn off the
system instead of using the battery up while repeatedly using it up reduces the battery
life dramatically.
The battery will undergo self-discharging over time even when not in use. An
useful advice to preserve the battery at best condition is to regularly recharge the
battery if the battery or the PST system with the battery is put in storage for a period
of time. It is recommended to turn on the system to recharge the battery for 1 ~ 2
hours every 3 months of storage if the storage temperature is lower than 30°C. The
battery should be recharged for 1 ~ 2 hours every month if the storage temperature
exceeds 30°C. However, the user shall avoid the situation with storage temperature
over 30°C to protect the life of the battery. Do not connect any other battery to this
UPS battery because mixed use of batteries of different capacity, history, or
manufacturers may cause damages. In case the user wants to have a longer battery
support time during AC power off, he/she should consult his/her dealer for application
of an external 12 V battery.
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In the PST6000 series products manufactured since year 1999, there is an
additional feature for software awareness of UPS status. This “operating on battery”
signal can be obtained through checking the communication status of COM1 at signal
DCD provided this signal is not engaged elsewhere. When the system is working on
AC power, the DCD signal of COM1 is reset. When the system is working on battery
power, the DCD signal of COM1 is set. The DCD signal is obtained as the bit 7 (the
most significant bit) of the I/O address 3FEh if the COM1 address is set to
3F8h~3FFh (conventional address for COM1) in system configuration.
INTERNAL MODEM CARD
The AFM100 is an ISA bus card with the illustration for the jumper/switch
settings printed on the card. In PST6000 series, it is advisable to use the internal
modem card as COM3.
To use the internal modem card as COM3, the jumper JP44 on the mainboard
must be disconnected to disable the on board COM3. The AFM100 should then be set
to COM3 using IRQ9 and I/O address of 3E8h.
For software/driver installation, please refer to relevant documentation for the
software applied.
PCMCIA CONTROL CARD
The PST060 is a PnP PCI adapter card. The cardbus controller used on this
card is Ricoh RL5C476. For operating systems MSDOS, WINDOWS 95 and
WINDOWS NT, the user has to purchase for the driver to install this card into the
system from software supplier accessible at web site: http: //www.systemsoft.com.
The PnP driver for this card for operating system WINDOWS 98 and onwards
is included in the operating system. The installation of this card in such system
requires no special effort.
To install this card into WINDOWS95OSR2, the user should do the following:
1. Install the OSR2 without this card.
2. Open “Control Panel” and select “System” icon.
3. Select “Device manager” on “System Properties” dialog box.
4. Expand “System devices” and double click “PCI bus”.
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5. Choose “IRQ Steering” and make sure the “Use IRQ Steering” checkbox is
checked.
6. Look at the “IRQ Routing Status” text box to make sure IRQ steering is
enabled. If not, check the “Get IRQ table from PCI BIOS 2.1 call”
checkbox.
7. Click OK and exit Device manager.
8. Go into the INF directory (cd c:\windows\inf). Edit the “pcmcia.inf” file.
Look for the Ricoh lines:
[Ricoh]
;%PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0466.DeviceDesc%=CARDBUS, PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0466
9. Remove the semi-colon in front. Change the all “0466” to “0476” like
below.
;%PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0476.DeviceDesc%=CARDBUS, PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0476
10. Look for another Ricoh lines:
PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0466.DeviceDesc=“Ricoh RL5C466 CardBus Controller”
11. Change all “0466” to “0476” like below and save the file.
PCI\VEN_1180&DEV_0476.DeviceDesc=“Ricoh RL5C476 CardBus Controller”
12. Reboot the system with this PCMCIA control card installed inside.
13. Open “Device manager” and expand the PCMCIA class. Make sure it has
two instances of Ricoh CardBus controller.
14. Double click one of each instance at a time to make sure the “Disable in
this hardware profile” is unchecked.
15. Reboot the system when both instances are enabled.
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HARDWARE DETAILS
MAIN BOARD (PST980)
PCB LAYOUT
JP3
LPT1
CUSTOMER
DISPLAY
COM1
LAN
J1
RJ1
J2
J3
CR1 24V
RJ2
J4
5
COM2
COM3 COM4 SLOT1
6
JP54 JP2
JP5
JP7
PSLOT1 PSLOT2
JP4
J6
J5
JP44
JP
10
JP11
RAM/VGA SELECT
SIMM1
JP23
JP26
SIMM2
JP24
JP33
JP34
JP25
SDRAM1
JP35
SLOT2
SDRAM2
JP31
JP32
JP9
JP38
JP36
U42
JP37
JP53
JP41
J13
JP52
JP40
J8
J9
JP51
JP29
CPU
J10
JP42
J12 LED4
JP30
U49
JP43
JP50
JP8 JP28 JP27
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RAM/VGA SELECT AREA DETAIL
JP15
JP12
JP49
JP48
JP46
JP16
JP47
JP45
JP13
JP17
JP14
JP20
JP18
JP19
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS
Position
Part Spec
Usage
COM2
HDR 2x5
CONNECTOR FOR COM2 CABLE
COM3
HDR 2x5
CONNECTOR FOR COM3 CABLE
COM4
HDR 2x5
CONNECTOR FOR COM4 CABLE
J1
D SUB 25 F
PRINTER PORT CONNECTOR
J2
D SUB 9 M
COM1 CONNECTOR
J3
RJ45 JACK
LAN CONNECTOR
J4
2.5/5.5 JACK
24V DC OUTPUT
J5
HDR 1x7
CONNECTOR FOR USB 0
J6
HDR 1x7
CONNECTOR FOR USB 1
J8
CONN 6
AT POWER CONNECTOR
J9
CONN 6
AT POWER CONNECTOR
J10
HDR 1x4
KB CONNECTOR
J12
MINI 5
IRDA CONNECTOR
J13
CONN 2x10
ATX POWER
JP2
HDR 1x3
COM1 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP3
HDR 2x3
COM3 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP4
HDR 2x3
COM4 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP5
HDR 2x3
COM2 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP7
HDR 1x2
DRAWER OPEN INDICATOR
JP8
HDR 1x3
CONNECTOR FOR POWER CONTROL
JP9
CONN 4
BATTERY INPUT CONNECTOR
JP10
HDR 2x8
INTERNAL VGA CONNECTOR
JP11
HDR 2x3
CPU/PCI CLOCK SELECT
JP12
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
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Position
Part Spec
Usage
JP13
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP14
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP15
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP16
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP17
HDR 1x3
INTERNAL VGA SELECT
JP18
HDR 1x3
INTERNAL VGA ID SELECT
JP19
HDR 1x3
INTERNAL VGA SELECT
JP20
HDR 1x3
INTERNAL VGA SELECT
JP23
HDR 1x2
RESERVED
JP24
HDR 1x2
RESERVED
JP25
HDR 1x2
INTERNAL VGA SELECT
JP26
HDR 2x3
IDE1 LED:3-4; IDE2 LED:5-6
JP27
HDR 1x2
STB LED
JP28
HDR 1x2
ON/OFF SWITCH
JP29
HDR 1x4
SPEAKER 1:12V; 2/3:NC; 4:GND
JP30
SWITCH
ON SWITCH
JP31
HDR 1x3
DIMM SOCKET VOLTAGE SELECT
JP32
HDR 1x3
DIMM SOCKET VOLTAGE SELECT
JP33
HDR 2x17
FDD CONNECTOR
JP34
HDR 2x20
HDD SECONDARY IDE CONNECTOR
JP35
HDR 2x20
HDD PRIMARY IDE CONNECTOR
JP36
HDR 2x3
CLOCK RATIO SELECT
JP37
HDR 1x2
CPU TYPE SELECT (P55CT enable)
JP38
HDR 1x2
CPU TYPE SELECT (P55CT enable)
JP40
HDR 1x4
POWER FOR FAN
JP41
HDR 1x3
CMOS MEMORY
JP42
HDR 2x4
CONNECTOR FOR PS/2 MOUSE
JP43
HDR 1x3
CACHE SIZE: SELECT
JP44
HDR 1x2
COM3 ENABLE
JP45
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP46
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
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Position
Part Spec
Usage
JP47
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP48
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP49
HDR 1x3
DRAM BANK0 SELECT
JP50
HDR 2x3
CPU TYPE SELECT (separate VCORE & VIO)
JP51
HDR 2x4
CPU VCORE ADJUST
JP52
HDR 1x2
CPU TYPE SELECT (set VIO)
JP53
HDR 1x2
CPU TYPE SELECT (set VIO)
JP54
HDR 2x3
CUSTOMER DISPLAY HANDSHAKING SELECT
PSLOT1
SLOT 128
PCI SLOT
PSLOT2
SLOT 128
PCI SLOT
RJ1
10 PIN JACK VFD CONNECTOR
RJ2
RJ11 JACK
CR CONNECTOR
SDRAM1 SOCKET-168 DIMM SOCKET BANK0 or BANK2
SDRAM2 SOCKET-168 DIMM SOCKET BANK1
SIMM1
SOCKET 72
SIMM SOCKET BANK0
SIMM2
SOCKET 72
SIMM SOCKET BANK0
SLOT1+2 SLOT 98
ISA SLOT
U49
CPU SOCKET
SOCKET 7
JUMPER SETTINGS
The “«” marks in the following tables denote the factory default settings.
CPU TYPE SELECT
CPU TYPE
JUMPERS
NON-MMX
MMX
JP37
Open
«
Short
JP38
Open
«
Short
JP50
1 – 3, 2 – 4 short
«
All Open
JP51
Default 3.3 V
«
Set to 2.8 V
JP52
Open
«
Short
JP53
Open
«
Short
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CPU VCORE ADJUST
JP51 STATUS
VCORE for CPU
All Open
2.0 V
1 – 2 short
2.1 V
3 – 4 short
2.2 V
1 – 2, 3 – 4 short
2.3 V
5 – 6 short
2.4 V
1 – 2, 5 – 6 short
2.5 V
3 – 4, 5 – 6 short
2.6 V
1 - 2, 3 – 4, 5 – 6 short
2.7 V
7 – 8 short
2.8 V
1 – 2, 7 – 8 short
2.9 V
3 – 4, 7 – 8 short
3.0 V
1 – 2, 3 – 4, 7 – 8 short
3.1 V
5 – 6, 7 – 8 short
3.2 V
1 – 2, 5 – 6, 7 – 8 short
3.3 V
3 – 4, 5 – 6, 7 – 8 short
3.4 V
1 – 2, 3 – 4, 5 – 6, 7 – 8 short
3.5 V
«(for non-MMX CPU)
CPU/PCI CLOCK SELECT
JP11 STATUS
CPU CLOCK
PCI CLOCK
1 – 2, 3 – 4 short
55 MHz
27.5 MHz
1 – 2 short
60 MHz
30 MHz
All Open
66.8 MHz
33.4 MHz
3 – 4 short
75 MHz
37.5 MHz
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CLOCK RATIO SELECT
CPU TYPE
P54C
P55C
AMD-K6
All Open
1.5
3.5
3.5
1 – 2 short
2.0
2.0
2.0
1 – 2, 3 – 4 short
2.5
2.5
2.5
3 – 4 short
3.0
3.0
3.0
1 – 2, 5 – 6 short
N. A.
N. A.
4.0
1 – 2, 3 – 4, 5 – 6 short
N. A.
N. A.
4.5
3 – 4, 5 – 6 short
N. A.
N. A.
5.0
5 – 6 short
N. A.
N. A.
5.5
JP36 STATUS
EXAMPLE CPU JUMPER SETTINGS
JUMPER
JP11
JP36
JP37 JP38
JP50
JP51
JP52 JP53
CPU
Pentium-100 Open Open
Open Open 1-3,2-4 1-2,5-6.7-8 Open Open
Pentium-133 Open 1-2
Open Open 1-3,2-4 1-2,5-6.7-8 Open Open
Pentium-166 Open 1-2,3-4 Open Open 1-3,2-4 1-2,5-6.7-8 Open Open
Pentium-200 Open 3-4
Open Open 1-3,2-4 1-2,5-6.7-8 Open Open
MMX-166
Open 1-2,3-4 Short Short Open
7-8
Short Short
MMX-200
Open 3-4
Short Short Open
7-8
Short Short
MMX-233
Open Open
Short Short Open
7-8
Short Short
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DRAM BANK SELECT
BANK0 SET TO
JUMPERS
SDRAM1
SIMM1+SIMM2
JP15
1 – 2 short
«
All Open
JP49
1 – 2 short
«
2 – 3 short
JP12
1 – 2 short
«
All Open
JP46
2 – 3 short
«
1 – 2 short
JP48
2 – 3 short
«
1 – 2 short
JP47
2 – 3 short
«
1 – 2 short
JP16
1 – 2 short
«
All Open
JP13
1 – 2 short
«
All Open
JP45
2 – 3 short
«
1 – 2 short
JP14
1 – 2 short
«
All Open
ACCEPTABLE DRAM CONFIGURATIONS
DRAM IN
ACCEPTABLE CONFIGURATIONS IN COLUMNS
SOCKET
(WHEN BANK0 SET AT) SDRAM1
SDRAM1
ü
ü
ü
ü
SDRAM2
SIMM1 + SIMM2
ü
ü
ü
SIMM1
ü
ü
ü
ü
SIMM2
ü
ü
ü
ü
DIMM SOCKET VOLTAGE SELECT
JP31 STATUS
JP32 STATUS
VOLTAGE FOR SDRAM1 & SDRAM2
1 – 2 short
1 – 2 short
5 V (for 5 V EDO DRAM DIMM module)
2 – 3 short
«
2 – 3 short
«
3.3 V (for 3.3 V EDO DRAM or SDRAM
«
DIMM module)
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CACHE SIZE SELECT
JP43 STATUS
CACHE SIZE
«
1 – 2 short
2 – 3 short
«
256 KB
512 KB
INTERNAL VGA SELECT
Internal VGA
Disable
Enable
«
JP17
1 – 2 short
2 – 3 short
«
JP19
2 –3 short
1 –2 short
«
JP20
2 – 3 short
1 –2 short
«
JP25
Short
Open
«
JUMPERS
INTERNAL VGA ID SELECT
JP18 STATUS
PCI IDSEL (Factory Setting Not For Change)
1 – 2 short
AD30 (Alternative)
2 – 3 short
«
AD31 (Factory Setting)
«
CMOS MEMORY SELECT
JP41 STATUS
CMOS MEMORY
«
1 – 2 short
2 – 3 short
MEM (Normal)
«
CLEAR
CUSTOMER DISPLAY HANDSHAKING SELECT
JP54 STATUS
HANDSHAKING SIGNAL
1 – 2, 3 – 5, 4 - 6 short
DSR of COM1
1 – 3, 2 – 4, 5 - 6 short
«
CTS of COM1
«
This jumper is introduced on the main board bearing version number as
PST980D for system version C in 2nd quarter of year 1998. The hardware handshaking
signal for the customer display should be selected according to the application
program used. The default is to use CTS.
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COM1 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP2 STATUS
COM1 PIN9
1 – 2 short
Connected to 5 V
«
2 – 3 short
Connected as RI
«
COM2 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP5 STATUS
COM2 PIN1
COM2 PIN9
1 – 3, 2 -4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected to 5 V
1 – 3, 4 - 6 short
Connected as DCD
Connected to 5 V
3 – 5, 2 - 4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected as RI
3 – 5, 4 - 6 short
«
Connected as DCD
«
Connected as RI
«
COM3 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP3 STATUS
COM3 PIN1
COM3 PIN9
1 – 3, 2 -4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected to 5 V
1 – 3, 4 - 6 short
Connected as DCD
Connected to 5 V
3 – 5, 2 - 4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected as RI
3 – 5, 4 - 6 short
«
Connected as DCD
«
Connected as RI
«
COM4 DC SUPPLY SELECT
JP4 STATUS
COM4 PIN1
COM4 PIN9
1 – 3, 2 -4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected to 5 V
1 – 3, 4 - 6 short
Connected as DCD
Connected to 5 V
3 – 5, 2 - 4 short
Connected to 12 V
Connected as RI
3 – 5, 4 - 6 short
«
Connected as DCD
«
Connected as RI
«
COM3 ENABLE
JP44 STATUS
COM3 PORT
Short
Enabled
Open
Disabled
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PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
CONTROL BOARD LAYOUT
JP12
JP6
JP15
JP181
J J J J J J
1 1 1 1 1 1
6 0 3 7 5 4
D19
U4
(JP1)
JP186
U15
(JP13)
1 2
J11
J6
J7
J12
J8
J9
JP3
2 1
JP185
JP5
CONNECTORS
Connector
Connect to
JP 1
PC AT keyboard
JP 3
6 position electronic key-lock
JP 6
Membrane through the narrow tongue
JP 12
I/O connection (N/A in PST systems)
JP 13
PS/2 keyboard
JP 15
Membrane through the broad tongue
JP 181
Power LED
JP 185
MSR head
JP 186
MSR LED
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JP183
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JUMPER SETTINGS
Jumper
Function
When shorted
When opened
J 13
Send code in
scan code
ASCII by Alt + Num «
J 14
ISO Track 1 of MSR
enabled
«
disabled
J 15
ISO Track 2 of MSR
enabled
disabled
J 16
ISO Track 3 of MSR
enabled
«
«
J 17
Leading/Stop sentinel
disabled
disabled
enabled
«
The « mark means the default setting for the above items.
The Alt + Num function is very important for some non-English language
application. The default setup of PST systems manufactured since 1997 is to enable
the Alt + Num function, while the default setup of PST systems manufactured in 1996
was to disable the Alt + Num function. For the English application, the user may
disable the Alt + Num function to improve the performance.
The start/end sentinel is defined by ISO7811: For track 1, start sentinel is “%”
and end sentinel is “?”. For tracks 2 and 3, start sentinel is “;” and end sentinel is “?”.
MODIFICATION FOR MSR
Adding an ISO MSR
•
•
•
Assemble the MSR head and connect it to JP 185.
Assemble the bi-color LED and connect it to JP 186.
Check the jumper settings of J17:
Short: Start/end sentinel OFF
Open: Start/end sentinel ON «
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LCD CARD (PST033)
U
4
U
5
U6
U7
J2
U1
U3
U8
U2
The PST033 is the adapter card that supports the 12.1” LCD display for the
LCD type PST systems. This card automatically disables the on board VGA port. The
DC power supply to the LCD panel is included in the 50 pin SCSI type connector J2.
This connector is designed for the Posiflex 12.1” LCD only and should never be
connected to any other device otherwise short circuit damage could happen.
This card does not include the cable for COM2 port. So, at replacement, the
cable CCBLA-227 should be screwed below the LCD connector J2.
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SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS
SERVICE GUIDE
OPENING THE KEYBOARD
Whenever there comes to a need for service or maintenance or upgrading,
there may be the need for opening the PST system and having an access to the interior
of the cabinet. The method to access the interior of a PST system can be divided into
following steps: removing the exterior peripherals, opening the programmable
keyboard, detaching the rear cabinet and dissociating the required parts/module from
the chassis.
The possible exterior peripherals attached to the PST system may include
external KB wedge device, printer, CRT or LCD display, VFD customer display and
some devices connected to the I/O ports of PST system such as cash drawers, laser
scanning devices etc..
Before breaking or making any connection or opening any device or the PST
system, please always make certain that all the power for each and every device
involved are turned off and the power cords are removed.
Should there be any device connected to the area inside the front door such as
a KB wedge device or a PC keyboard, all these devices should be disconnected from
the PST system first. Use the mechanical key to open the front door (see DWG.-1). If
this key is lost somehow, the user should request for replacement of the same code of
the mechanical lock. The numerical code of the mechanical lock is printed on a label
stuck at the bottom side of PST near the front door area. The user should provide this
number to get a right key. Unscrew two screws at the bottom side of PST near the
front bottom corners (see DWG.-2) and the user may now lift the programmable
keyboard unit by the front bottom edge of the keyboard unit as shown in the following
drawing DWG.-3 on page 7 - 4.
There are three cables to be disconnected from the keyboard unit before the
unit can be completely taken away from the major part of PST system. The user
should disconnect the cable coming from the external keyboard connector or through
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an intermediate cable of the internally connected KB wedge device if assembled in
accordance with the instructions given in the User’s Manual; a four wire cable
connecting to the KB CPU board from somewhere near the power supply unit; an
intermediate socket connecting to the LED on the programmable keyboard unit. Then
the keyboard unit can be taken away and put aside. However, to prevent a messy
situation for reinstallation later on, the two (or one if an internally connected KB
wedge device exists) cable stopper from both sides of the bottom chassis should be
taken out and kept well (see DWG.-4).
DWG. - 1 Unlocking front door
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DWG. - 2 Unscrew the bottom
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DWG. - 3 Lifting the keyboard unit
DWG. - 4 Taking the cable stoppers out
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DETACHING THE REAR CABINET
Before detaching the rear cabinet of the PST system, all the external devices
should be removed. Disconnect all the connectors in the rear room within back cover.
Refer to the installation instructions in User’s Manual (take opposite operation in
reverse order) for detaching CRT or LCD display, printer, VFD and if installed, the
built-in battery.
Look into both sides of the PST chassis, with reference to the following
drawing, the user should find a “L” shaped steel wire at each side binding the rear
cabinet to the bottom chassis. Of course, only the short arm of the wire is visible from
the side that was covered by the side wall of the keyboard unit just removed. Turn the
short arms outward by 90 degrees (they were pointing upward) and pull the wires
toward the front till the long arms come out (see DWG.-5). Unscrew the two screws
and take out the washers on the printer platform to get ready to take the rear cabinet
off.
Now, the user would like it better to do the next operation with the PST system
up side down, though it is still possible for some skillful person to do it without
turning the PST. The drawing shows the bottom side of the PST system. The purpose
is to detach all the hooks from their notches. There are three notches on each side wall
of the bottom chassis and there are correspondingly three hooks at the inside of each
side wall of the rear cabinet. The key issue is to detach the hooks by pulling the side
walls of the rear cabinet a little bit outward yet still within the limit of the elasticity of
the cabinet (see DWG.-6). It is normal to have the rearmost pair of hooks more
difficult to get out than the others in this operation. Then the cabinet can be put aside
and the PST turned back to normal position.
Refer to the drawing for cable connections within the PST system and
disconnect those necessary for taking out the module that needs to be replaced (see
DWG.-7).
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Screws and
washers
“L” shaped
steel wire
DWG. - 5 Turning the “L” shaped wire outward and pull out
Hooks inside rear cabinet
and notches on chassis
Pull the cabinet outward
DWG. - 6 Detaching hooks from notches
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DWG. - 7 Cable connections inside PST system
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SPARE PARTS/MODULE LIST
At the last page of this chapter, the assembly drawing of the PST6000 series
must have provided the reader of the Technical Manual an idea of the way to access
each parts or module for service or upgrading purposes as required in the previous
chapter(s). Every parts/module identifiable in the drawing are listed below, please note
that all available choices of each location are listed to cover the whole product range
of PST6000 series and parts at some location could be a subset of some module at
other location (e.g. item XXXX is contained in item YYYY).
Item Part Number
Description
1010 PST9MVPWAU01N 9” DC monitor, northern hemisphere
1011 PST9MVPWAU01S 9” DC monitor, southern hemisphere
1012 AMT10C26TV02N
10” color monitor, northern hemisphere
1013 AMT10C26TV02S
10” color monitor, southern hemisphere
1020 PST9BASEMSM
Monitor swivel base mechanism
1030 PST12”LCD
12.1” color LCD DSTN
1040 PSTCVRCRT
Rear cabinet, CRT type w/o pole base
1041 PSTCVRLCD
Rear cabinet, LCD type w/o pole base
1050 PSTCRTCBLCVR
CRT cable cover
1060 PSTCRTRODCVR
LCD cable cover, round shape
1061 PSTCRTLWROD
Pole base long type
1070 PSTBTRYCVR
Battery cover
1080 PD2101
Customer display 2 x 20 VFD
1081 PD7001
Customer display graphic LCD (English)
1082 PD7011
Customer display graphic LCD (GB Chn)
1083 PD7021
Customer display graphic LCD (Big 5)
1090 PSTBKDRLH
Back door with latch
1100 CBT12VLA
12V 2.3AH UPS Battery
1110 ASPOP200W TE006 ATX Power supply
1120 PSTBKCHASS
Back plastic chassis
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Item Part Number
Description
1130 PST053
I/O card for COM2 & VGA
1131 PST033
LCD card w/o COM2
1140 CCBLA-210
COM2 cable to PST053
1150 CCBLA-234
VGA cable to PST053
1160 CCBLA-227
I/O cable for COM2 (to match PST033)
1170 CCBLA-227B
I/O cable with plate(COM3, COM4)
1180 A389-4
4MB SIMM module EDO DRAM
1181 A389-8
8MB SIMM module EDO DRAM
1182 A389-16
16MB SIMM module EDO DRAM
1190 A390-16
16MB DIMM module EDO DRAM
1191 A390-32
32MB DIMM module SDRAM
1192 A390-64
64MB DIMM module SDRAM
1200 HCT-50TC-6
Cooling fan with heat sink
1210 CIC80586-100
CPU Pentium -100
1211 CIC80586-133
CPU Pentium -133
1212 CIC80586-166
CPU Pentium -166
1213 CIC80586-200
CPU Pentium -200
1214 CIC80586-233
CPU Pentium -233
1220 PST980D
Pentium system board module
1230 AHDD1.2GSEA
HDD 1.2 GB
1231 AHDD2.1GQTM
HDD 2.1 GB
1240 CCBLA-148B
HDD cable
1250 CCBLA-149B
FDD cable
1260 PSTEXTCLASTP
Left/Right cable stopper
1270 PSTSPACR-L
Left plastic bracket
1280 AFDD1.4MTEIV
FDD 1.44MB
1290 CCBLA-244
IRDA cable
1300 PST055A
IRDA transceiver
1310 CCBLA-147A
External KB cable connector assembly to KB controller
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Item Part Number
Description
1320 CCBLA-233
PS/2 mouse connector cable
1330 PSTMAINCHASSY Chassis kit
1340 PSTLCKROD
L-shape locking stick
1350 PSTSPACR-R
Right plastic bracket
1360 PSTSWLEVELA
Power switch level with adapter & knob
1370 PSTSWBRKT
Power switch level cover
1380 CCBLA-231-1
USB cable
1390 CCBLA-230
UPS battery cable
1400 PST054A6K
UPS and USB battery connector board
1410 PSTSPKASSY
Speaker with bracket
1420 PSTCHASSISEMI
PST EMI kit (must be with item 1040 or 1041
1430 CCBLA-152
MSR LED, (Dual color) with cable
1440 PSTKEYPAIR
Single key top & key cap pair
1441 PSTDBKEYPAIR
Double key top & key cap pair
1442 PSTQDKEYPAIR
Quad key top & key cap pair
1443 BK-2000
Blank key
1444 TK-2000
Ten key set
1450 CCBLA-167-2
Stand by LED, (Yellow) with cable
1460 PSTKB112
Stroke type keyboard w/o MSR
1461 PSTKB112MR2
Stroke type keyboard with 2 track MSR
1462 PSTKB112MR3
Stroke type keyboard with 3 track MSR
1463 PSTKB112MRJS2
Stroke type keyboard with JIS II MSR
1470 PSTKB112EKEY
4 Keys set for 6 position key lock
1480 PSTKBELCK6PAS
Y
6 Position key lock with wafer assembly
1490 CCBLA-151
Power LED, (Green) with cable
1500 PSTKBMECHKEY
Keyboard front door key
1510 PSTKBDR-1
Keyboard front door
1520 CCBLA-150C
Internal KB cable from system board to KB controller
1530 PSTKB112CPUMR
Keyboard controller
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Item Part Number
Description
1540 CMSRCATRIGE-2
MSR module 2 tracks
1541 CMSRCATRIGE-3
MSR module 3 tracks
1542 CMSRCATRIGE-4A MSR module JIS II
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ASSEMBLY DRAWING
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