Canon BJC-4400 Technical information

SERVICE
REFERENCE MANUAL
REVISION 0
Q30-2830-220
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MAY. 1998
120V(CCSI)
120V(CAN)
(UNIVERSAL)
220V-240V(EUR)
220V-240V(GER)
220V-240V(FRN)
220V-240V(UK)
QY8-13P1-000
COPYRIGHT  1998 CANON INC. CANON BJC-4400 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)
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CANON INC.
BJ Products Technical Support Dept
16-1, Shimonoge 3-chome, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 213, Japan
This manual was produced on an Apple Macintosh Power Mac 8500/180 personal computer and Apple
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All documents and all page layouts were created with QuarkXPress 3.3J.
I. PREFACE
This manual is based on the following manuals, and only includes differences between BJC-4300 and
BJC-4400.
QY8-1352-000
BJC-4300 SERVICE MANUAL, Rev.0
II. CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: MAJOR CHANGES
This chapter explains the main differences between BJC-4300 and BJC-4400.
CHAPTER 2: SERVICE MANUAL
This chapter explains the main differences between the SERVICE MANUAL of the BJC-4300 and
BJC-4400.
NOTE
· Page No. displayed are those of pages to be replaced for each item.
CHAPTER 1
MAJOR CHANGES
I. MAJOR CHANGES
BJC-4400 contains the following modifications compared to BJC-4300.
1.1 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Faster throughput speed(especially in HS mode)
2. T-shirt Transfer (TR-201) added as media type
1.2 PRINTER MECHANICAL SYSTEM
1. Countermeasures for quality improvements to the current model were incorporated
Shape changes : Carriage, paper delivery guide, platen and bottom case
Additional changes : Increased area and amount of grease application
1.3 PRINTER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1. To improve throughput speed, the carriage motor, the paper feed motor and the motor driver were
modified.
CHAPTER 2
SERVICE MANUAL
Part 2: Product Specifications
BJC-4400
1. PRODUCT OUTLINE
1.1 Product Outline
This full color bubble jet desktop printer not only realizes high image printing through the implementation
of the PhotoRealism concept, but also higher speed printing compared to previous models.
This printer achieves high image printing by adopting "drop modulation technology" in the color BJ
cartridge and the photo BJ cartridge.
The expanded printing environment has allowed the printer to have banner printing capabilities. The
printer can also be used as a compact color scanner when the scanner cartridge is installed in the carriage.
All the function settings are easily set by the personal computer. The operation is easily performed with the
bidirectional Centronics interface (effective only for the device ID response)
This printer uses a built-in AC adapter. This is a small and light weight personal color printer with high
performance capabilities.
Cut Sheet Feeder
Paper Support
Paper Guide
Operator Panel
Front Cover
BJ Cartridge Container
Parallel Interface Connector
Paper Output Tray
Paper Output Tray Extension Guide
AC Adapter
Manual Feeding Slot
Figure 2-1 Printer Exterior
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1.2 Features
1. Higher speed printing
Black BJ Cartridge : 5.5 PPM (HS mode)
Color BJ Cartridge : 2.2 PPM (HS mode)
2. Compact (desk-top size)
Dimensions: 383 mm W x 231.6 mm D x 203 mm H
Weight: Approx. 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) (including color BJ cartridge)
3. Built-in AC adapter employs a high-current capable switching power supply.
4. Automatic power control (auto power on/off)
5. High quality printing of 720 x 360 dpi (in both monochrome and black when using the special printer
driver)
6. Two standard built-in printer control modes
LQ mode (EPSON LQ-2550 emulation)
BJ mode (IBM Proprinter X24E emulation)
[Canon extended mode is supported when using the canon printer driver.]
7. User replaceable BJ cartridge and adopting drop modulation technology color/ photo BJ cartridge .
Color BJ Cartridge
Drop modulation technology has been adopted.
(Multi drop)
It has separate ink cartridges (Bk) (Y, M, C) and the head with 136 nozzles
in a vertical line; 64 nozzles (Bk) + 24 nozzles x 3 (Y, M, C).
Black BJ Cartridge
Contains the black ink and the head with 128 nozzles.
Depending on each sales territory, it is not packed with the printer, but is
available separately.
Photo BJ Cartridge
Drop modulation technology has been adopted.
(Multi drop)
It has integrated ink cartridges with the head with 136 nozzles in a vertical
line; 64 nozzles (Bk) + 24 nozzles x 3 (Y, M, C).
Black ink cartridge
Black ink cartridge for the color BJ cartridge.
Color ink cartridge
Tri-color (Y, M, C) ink cartridge for the color BJ cartridge.
(*Previous color and photo BJ cartridges that do not use drop modulation technology may be used,
however the printing quality will be the same as when drop modulation technology is not used.)
8. Device ID compatible to "Plug and Play"
(Responds only to the device ID/status of nibble mode)
9. Banner printing capabilities.
10. Capable of the double paper feeding with the leverless cut sheet feeder and manual feed. (It is possible
to feed paper manually even when the paper has been set on the cut sheet feeder.)
11. Photo quality printing using the Photo kit option and the photo printing special driver.
12. Cartridge container packed with the printer.
13. High quality photo image input using the option color image scanner cartridge.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Printer Specifications
1. Type
Desk-top serial color bubble jet printer
2. Paper feeding method
Auto feeding and manual feeding
3. Cut Sheet Feeder capacity
Plain paper: Maximum 10 mm (approximately 100 pages of 64g/m2 paper)
Envelopes: 10 envelopes (Commercial number 10 and DL)
Transparencies: 50 sheets
BPF: 10 sheets
Glossy film/ BJ cloth: One page with the manual feeding
Scanning document: Place between the scanning holder. One page with the ASF.
4. Manual feeding slot capacity
One sheet
5. Paper weight
Automatic feed / Manual feeding slot: 64 to 105 g/m2 (17 lbs to 28 lbs)
6. Printing speed
Burst
Color BJ Cartridge (Black printing)
Black BJ Cartridge (Black printing)
173 cps (10 cpi)
271 cps (10 cpi)
346 cps (10 cpi)
542 cps (10 cpi)
HQ mode
HS mode
7. Printing direction
Unidirectional
(Print direction is automatically changed according to optimum printing directional control.)
8. Printing width
Maximum 8”
9. Line feed speed
90 ms/line (128/360” line)
10. Built-in printing control modes
LQ mode: Epson LQ-2550 emulation
BJ mode: IBM Proprinter X24E emulation
(Canon extended mode is supported when the Canon driver is used.)
11. Line feed pitch (n: programmable)
LQ mode: 1/6”, 1/8”, n/60”, n/72”, n/180”, n/216”, and n/360”
BJ mode: 1/6”, 1/8”, n/180”, and n/360”
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11. Printing characters
Typefaces:
Pitch:
Character matrix:
Character set:
LQ&BJ mode
LQ mode
BJ mode
HQ mode
HS mode
LQ mode
BJ mode
Roman, Gothic, Courier, Prestige, Script, Draft
10, 12, 15, 17, 20 cpi, and PS
10, 12, 17 cpi ,and PS
36 (H) x 48 (V) dots
18 out of 36 (H) x 48 (V) dots
Italic character set and Graphic character set
and International character set
IBM character set 1, 2
and all character set
(code page 437, 850, 852 860, 863 and 865)
12. Number of columns printed
Mode
10 cpi
10 cpi doublewide
10 cpi condensed
10 cpi condensed-doublewide
12 cpi
12 cpi doublewide
12 cpi condensed
12 cpi condensed-doublewide
15 cpi
15 cpi doublewide
Proportional spacing
BJ mode
10 cpi
10 cpi doublewide
10 cpi condensed
10 cpi condensed-doublewide
12 cpi
12 cpi doublewide
Proportional spacing
* cpl: characters per line
LQ mode
13. Bit image
Vertical: 8, 24 and 48 dots
Horizontal: 60, 120, 180, 240, 360 and 720* dpi
* In smoothing mode or when using the Canon driver.
14. Buffer
LQ mode
BJ mode
Receive buffer
22 kB
22 kB
Download buffer
32 kB
0 kB
15. Interface
IEEE1284 compatible parallel interface
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Pitch
10 cpi
5 cpi
17 cpi
8.5
cpi
12 cpi
6 cpi
20 cpi
10 cpi
15 cpi
7.5
cpi
PS
10 cpi
5 cpi
17 cpi
8.5
cpi
12 cpi
6 cpi
PS
cpl *
80 cpl
40 cpl
137 cpl
68 cpl
96 cpl
48 cpl
160 cpl
80 cpl
120 cpl
60 cpl
Varies
80 cpl
40 cpl
137 cpl
68 cpl
96 cpl
48 cpl
Varies
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Part 2: Product Specifications
16. BJ cartridge
Color BJ cartridge (Multi Drop)
Type: Color BJ cartridge with replaceable ink cartridges
Print head: 136 nozzles (vertically-lined) Bk (64 nozzles) + Y, M, C (24 nozzles x 3)
Ink colors: Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Service life:
Approximately 160 pages (in the HQ mode with 1500 character pattern) with a black cartridge
Approximately 90 pages (in the HQ mode) with a color cartridge (7.5% duty per color pattern)
Weight: Approximately 85 g (3.0 oz) (including black and color ink tanks)
Black BJ cartridge
Type: Black BJ cartridge with integrated ink
Print head: 128 nozzles (vertically-lined)
Ink color: Black
Service life: Approximately 700 pages (in the HQ mode); cartridge
Weight: Approximately 85 g (3.0 oz)
Photo BJ cartridge (Multi Drop)
Type: Color BJ cartridge with integrated ink
Print head: 136 nozzles (vertically-lined) Bk (64 nozzles) + Y, M, C (24 nozzles x 3)
Ink colors: Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Service life: Approximately 25 pages (in the Photo mode); cartridge
Weight: Approximately 74 g (2.8 oz)
17. Sensor functions
Paper out: Provided
Installation of cartridge: Provided
BJ cartridge/Scanner cartridge identification:
Waste ink amount: Provided
Ink out: None
Paper width: None
Provided
18. Acoustic noise level
Approximately 45dB (A)/ HQ 48dB (A)/ HS
(Sound pressure level: According to ISO 9296)
19. Ambient conditions
Temperature
Humidity
During operation
5°C to 35°C
(41°F to 95°F)
10% to 90%RH
(no condensation)
During storage
0°C to 35°C
(32°F to 95°F)
5% to 95%RH
(no condensation)
20. Power source
USA/Canada
UK/Australia
Europe
Voltage/Frequency
AC 120V 60 Hz
AC 240V 50 Hz
AC 230V 50 Hz
Power consumption
Stand-by status
Max. 30 W
Max. 4 W
21. Dimensions
383 mm W ✕ 231.6 mm D ✕ 203 mm H
22. Weight
Approximately 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) (including BJ cartridge)
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2.3 Paper Specifications
2.3.1 Paper size
Letter (8.5” ✕ 11”)
Legal (8.5” ✕ 14”)
A5 (148 mm ✕ 210 mm)
A4 (210 mm ✕ 297 mm)
Commercial number 10 envelope (9.5” ✕ 4.1”)
European DL-size (220 mm ✕ 110 mm)
2.3.2 Paper type (Recommended)
Plain paper
Bubble jet paper (Canon LC-301))
Envelope (Commercial number 10 or European DL)
Transparencies (Canon transparency film CF-102)
BPF (Canon back print film BF-102)
Glossy photo paper (Canon glossy paper GP-201)
High gloss paper (Canon high gloss Film HG-101)
Fabric (Fabric sheet FS-101)
Banner (Banner paper)
T-shirt transfer (Canon T-shirt Transfer TR-201)
2.3.3 Print paper
Media
Plain paper
High resolution paper
Envelopes
Transparencies
Back print film
Glossy photo paper
Banner paper
Fabric sheet
High gloss film
T-shirt transfer
Thickness Lever
Black
Color/Photo
Left
Center
Center
Right
Center
Center
Center
Right
Right
Center
Right
Paper Feed
Method
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Sheet feeder
Manual feed slot
Sheet feeder
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Limit
10 mm
10 mm
10
50 sheets
10 sheets
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet*1
1 sheet
Flap
Position
Flat
Upright
Flat
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Flat
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1.2 Printer Dimensions
The printer’s dimensions are shown below. Allow enough space for the printer to be used with ease.
For banner printing leave a space about the size of an A4-size paper in front of the printer. Also allow
enough space at the back of the printer to set the banner paper.
281 mm
268 mm
304 mm
383 mm
Figure 3-2 Printer Dimension
NOTE
· Do not place the printer in excessive heat or humidity.
· Operate the printer under the following conditions:
Ambient temperature:
5°C to 35°C
Relative humidity: 10% to 90% (no condensation)
· Do not place the printer in direct sunlight.
· Do not place the printer near a device containing a magnet or that generates a magnetic
field.
· Place the printer on a level and stable surface.
· Do not place the printer in areas subject to vibration.
· Keep the printer clean.
· When moving the printer, hold both ends.
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1.5 Paper Settings
For optimum printing, the printer has various paper settings to suit various types of paper. Set the paper
selection lever before loading the paper.
TABLE 3-1 QUICK REFERENCE FOR SETTING
Media
Plain paper
High resolution paper
Envelopes
Transparencies
Back print film
Glossy photo paper
Banner paper
Fabric sheet
High gloss film
T-shirt Transfer
Thickness Lever
Black
Color/Photo
Left
Center
Center
Right
Center
Center
Center
Right
Right
Center
Right
Paper Feed
Method
Limit
Sheet feeder
10 mm
Sheet feeder
10 mm
Sheet feeder
10 envelopes
Sheet feeder
50 sheets
Sheet feeder
10 sheets
Sheet feeder
1 sheet
Sheet feeder
1 sheet
Sheet feeder
1 sheet
Manual feed slot
1 sheet*1
Sheet feeder
1 sheet
Flap
Position
Flat
Upright
Flat
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Upright
Flat
*1 Slide one sheet all the way into the manual feeding slot.
1.6 Banner Print
When printing on banner paper, lower the paper support and set the paper delivery flap to the upright
position. To avoid misfeeding, put a light crease between the first and second page and set the first page in
the sheet feeder. Place the rest of the banner paper behind the printer. Do not use the manual feeding slot
to avoid skewing.
Each top margin for banner printing is set at 0mm. However, to avoid printing on the platen, printing will
start 3mm from the initial top margin. Set an extra sheet at the end in case the bottom edge is not printed
on the last page.
Banner printing uses a large amount of ink. To avoid ink shortage, use of a new ink cartridge before
banner printing is recommended.
Banner Paper
Paper Delivery Flap
Output Tray Extention Guide
Figure 3-12 Banner Print
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7 Name of the Parts and Their Functions
The different parts of the printer and their functions are shown below.
Paper Support
Supports the stack of paper loaded in the
cut sheet feeder.
Cut Sheet Feeder
Holds a stack of approximately 100 cut
sheets (64g/cm ) for automatic feeding.
2
Paper Guide
Aligns the cut sheets in the cut sheet feeder
according to the paper size. A maximum
paper width of 241 mm (9.64 in.) can be set.
Autofeeds banner paper and scanning
document.
Control Panel
See the next page.
Front Cover
Open to install or remove the cartridge, set
the paper thickness lever, or remove the jams
paper.
Paper Output Tray
Pulls out to receive the printed sheets.
Manual Feeding Slot
Use for feeding media
manually.
AC Adapter
Installed on the rear of the
printer, the AC adapter
supplies power from the power
outlet to the printer.
Depending on the location of
purchase, the power cable is
permanently attached to the
AC adapter where as in some
areas the power cable is
detachable.
Parallel Interface Connector
Connects the printer to the
parallel port on the computer.
Figure 3-13 Name of the Parts and Their Functions
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1. OVERVIEW
1.1 Printer Diagram
Carriage
· BJ Cartridge/ Scanner Cartridge
· Home Position Sensor
Paper Feed Motor
Carriage Motor
Logic Board
J4
J3
J5
Paper Feed
Motor Driver
Carriage Motor
Driver
VH (+24.0VDC)
J1
J2
Printer
Controller
MPU
Vcc (+5VDC)
Control/CG ROM
Figure 4-1 Printer Diagram
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DRAM
EEPROM
I/F
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4. PRINTER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
4.1 Overview
The electrical system functions are handled by the logic section or power supply.
The logic section converts the data from the interface into print signals or printer operation signals and
drives the BJ cartridge and motors while monitoring the status of the sensors.
The power supply unit consists of a built in AC adapter which provides DC output to the logic board,
motors and head etc.When DC input power from the AC adapter is being supplied, all of the hardware
components are active except for the following which are inactive: All buttons except the POWER button,
and the photo interrupter's sensor.
Carriage Ribbon Cable
J3
J5
RESUME Switch
DRAM
POWER Switch
Printer Controller
Carriage Motor
CARTRIDGE Switch
Control/CG ROM
Beeper
Carriage Motor Driver
Pick-up Roller Sensor
J1
J2
J4
MPU
Paper Feed Motor
Paper Feed Motor Driver
Paper End Sensor
AC Adapter
Figure 4-27 Printer Electrical System
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4.2 Logic Section
4.2.1 Logic section block diagram
Address Bus A0 to 23
P87
CS0
Reset IC
RES
22.11MHz
MCH0
ID0,1
HRES
HCLOCK
HDATA
HLATCH
BENB1 to 3
HENB0 to 3
ODDENB
EVENENB
Transistor
Beeper
Printer Controller
P71
A0 to 18
8-Mbit
BZ
P41
P72
Paper End Sensor
PS1
Home Position Sensor
P73
P60 to 63
P94
P40
P95
P90 to 93
Driver IC
PM
Carriage Motor
Driver IC
PM
Paper Feed Motor
P35,36 P42
AN1,3 P66
PE4 to 7
SCLOCK
SDATA
SLATCH
COM 0 to 3
C.CHK
C.CHA
AN0
P33
PB0
PB1
EEPROM
MPU
Temp. Sensor
(TH1)
Pickup Roller Sensor
PS2
Transistor
1 Kbit
D0 to 15
RES
PC2 to 3
ERROR
POWER
CE
PB0,PB1
PB4,PB5
INT 0 to 3
RESUME
CARTRIDGE
20MHz
Control/CG ROM
POWER Switch
AD16 to 23
A0 to 15
A0 to 23
AD0 to 15
Parallel Interface
A/Data Bus AD0 to 15
DRAM Bus
DRAM
MA0 to 9
4-Mbit
MA0 to 9
A0 to 9
MD0 to 15
DO 1 to 16
MD0 to 15
HVH
H VDD
Scanner Cartridge
(Option)
BJ Cartridge
Black BJ Cartridge
heater (128 nozzles)
Color BJ Cartridge
heater (136 nozzles)
• Sub-heater
• Temperature control
heater
• Head temperature
sensor
• Rank resistor
VHC,CVDC
• Scanner controller
• CCD
• LEDs (R,G,B)
Figure 4-28 Logic Board Block Diagram
MECHANISM SECTION
Paper Feed Roller
Purge Unit
Sheet
Feeder
Pick-up
Roller
Sensor
Home Position Sensor BJ Cartridge
Carriage
Paper Feed Motor
Paper
End
Sensor
J4
J3
LEDs
(R,G,B)
J5
Cartridge
Control
J1
VH (+24.0VDC)
Logic Board
Vcc (+5VDC)
AC Inlet
Scanner
Controller
Carriage Motor
Mechanism
Control
AC Adapter
Scanner Cartridge (Option)
Temp.
Sensor
(TH1)
Bi-directional
Interface Control
Indicator Control
Switch Detection
J2
Indicators
Control Buttons
ELECTRICAL SECTION
Figure 4-29 Printer Block Diagram
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4.2.2 Logic section components
1) MPU (IC2)
The MPU contains a 16-bit CPU, 1K-bit RAM, 24-bit address bus port, 16-bit data bus port, stepping
motor controller, interrupter controller, A-D converter, I/O ports, and other components.
Built-in CPU
The 16-bit CPU operates in synchronization with a 20 MHz external clock input.
Address bus
The 24-bit address bus port is connected to an 8 M-bit control/CG ROM and printer controller. The
controller/CG ROM synchronizes with the read signals output by the MPU and the 20 MHz clock
signal. The printer controller then selects the chip.
Data bus
Like the address bus, the 16-bit data bus port is connected to the 8 M-bit control/CG ROM and printer
controller.
Stepping motor controller
The stepping motor controller outputs double 1-2 phase exciter drive signals to both the carriage motor
driver and paper feed motor driver.
The stepping motor controller can switch the the 4-step peak current value of both motor driver.
Interrupt controller
For external interruption, the MPU has ports P80, 81, 84, 85, and 87 to receive the POWER button
on/off switching, data reception, initial interrupt request, receive buffer-full warning, and other signals.
The MPU executes interrupt processing for the respective signals.
A-D converter
The following analog signals are detected after they pass through the built-in A-D converter:
AN0: The printer's internal temperature is detected by the thermistor on the logic board.
AN1: The head temperature is detected by the head temperature sensor in the BJ cartridge.
AN3: The head rank is detected by the rank resistor in the BJ cartridge.
I/O port
The setting status determined by the head ID, paper end sensor, home position sensor, and pick-up
roller sensor are input through the input ports. The buzzer, BJ cartridge detection, head-driving voltage
control, and other signals are output from the output ports.
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2) Printer controller (IC3)
The printer controller contains the interface controller, print head controller, buffer controller, DRAM
controller, EEPROM controller, I/O ports, etc. It operates in synchronization with an external 22.11
MHz external clock input.
Interface controller
The interface controller receives from the computer, 8-bit parallel data which is synchronized with the
data strobe pulse (STROBE) through the BUSY/ACKNLG handshake. It also controls other interface
signals.
The data received through the interface is stored in the DRAM's receive buffer and analyzed by the
MPU.
When the printer initialization signal INIT is input through the interface to the printer controller, the
printer controller outputs a BUSY signal. Also, after INT1 is output to the MPU and print data in the
print buffer is printed, the printer is initialized.
DRAM controller
The DRAM controller is a DRAM-specific bus separated from the MPU bus. It controls the 4 M bit
DRAM's 10-bit address/16-bit data bus and also executes read/write control, RAS/CAS control, and
refresh control.
Buffer controller
The buffer controller automatically writes the received data to the receive buffer on the DRAM,
manages the receive buffer's remaining capacity, automatically reads the print buffer, and clears the data
after it is read.
Print head controller
The print head controller converts the print data read from the DRAM's print buffer from parallel to
serial and sends it to the print head. At the same time, the printed dots are counted for the variable
control of the Heat-enable (H ENB) signal pulse width.
The head-driving signals consist of the block enable signals (B ENB 1, 2, 3), odd/even enable signals
(OddENB/EvenENB), and heat enable signals (H ENB 0, 1, 2, 3). The block enable signals and
odd/even enable signals specify the block for time-shared drive. The heat enable signals control the
eject heater's conduction time.
I/O port
The I/O ports sense the RESUME and CARTRIDGE buttons' input status. The output ports control
the lighting of the POWER and ERROR indicators.
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3) Control/CG ROM (IC4)
The 8 M-bit control/CG ROM contains the program and bitmap font data for printer control.
4) DRAM (IC7)
Controlled by the printer controller, the 4 M-bit DRAM is used as a receive buffer, download buffer,
print buffer, and working area.
5) Reset IC (IC1)
This IC detects the power voltage when turning on the power or instantaneous power failure.
6) EEPROM (IC6)
Controlled by the printer controller, the 1 K-bit EEPROM (Electrically Erasable and Programmable
ROM) stores various function settings, the total count of printed sheets, and the total waste ink amount.
7) Carriage motor driver (IC12) / Paper feed motor driver (IC13)
The carriage motor driver which is controlled by the MPU drives both the carriage motor and the paper
feed motor which in turn are controlled by an double 1-2 phase exciter with a fixed current bipolar
drive. Upon receiving the switching signal from the MPU, the peak current value can be set
individually into 4 steps for phase A and B. By doing so, it ensures smooth operation of the motors.
+5V
3
4
2
1
LF10A
LF11A
LF10B
LF11B
0.51,1/4W
R71
9
10
11
12
13
14
Out2
Out3
NC
RsB
NC
Out4
VssB
NC
IC13
LG
C/R
VrefB
VsB
IIB
IOB
INB
Vcc
24
23
21
20
19
18
17
16
J4
LFA
LFB
1
2
3
4
A
A
B
B
3
4
5
7
8
2
LFVREF
1
0.51,1/4W
R75
3
9
10
11
Q13
FA1L4M
12
13
Paper Feed
Motor
15
VM-G
6
02DZ2.0Z
ZD19
02DZ3.0Z
ZD18
22
0.51,1/4W
R74
14
Vcc
VssA
INA
IOA
Out1
IIA
NC
VsA
RsA
NC
Out2
Out3
NC
RsB
NC
Out4
IC12
VrefA
LG
C/R
VrefB
VsB
IIB
IOB
VssB
INB
NC
Vcc
+5V
28
27
26
25
24
23
02DZ3.0Z
ZD20
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
CRA
CRB
Figure 4-30 Motor-Driving Circuit
4-41
02DZ2.0Z
ZD21
2
CRVREF
1
3
Q14
FA1L4M
Carriage Motor
J3
Approx.6Ω/
phase
R77
360,1/10W
VrefA
25
NC
R76
10K,1/16W
NC
26
2
C62
0.1µ,25W
VsA
RsA
1
4700p,50V
8
IIA
NC
C206
0.1µ,50W
C63
7
IOA
Out1
C205
100µ,35W
27
R73
360,1/10W
6
INA
R72
10K,1/16W
5
Vcc
VssA
4700p,50V
4
NC
Carriage Motor
+5V
Driver
VM
28
C60
0.1µ,25W
2
+5V
C61
VM-G
CR10A
CR11A
CR10B
CR11B
N1608Z300T01
FB102
N1608Z300T01
1
3
0.51,1/4W
R70
+5V
Paper Feed
Motor Driver
C203
0.1µ,50W
FB101
VM
C202
100µ,35W
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
+5V
RA4
10K,1/8W
2
1
3
4
RA3
10K,1/8W
1
2
3
4
A
A
B
B
Approx.6Ω/
phase
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
3. GREASE APPLICATION
Use the special tool to apply grease at the points shown below.
Rubbing Section of Clutch
Spring and Clutch Gear:
About 12 mg (FLOIL G311S)
Rubbing Section of Frame
and Paper Lifting Plate:
About 6 mg (FLOIL G311S)
Rubbing Section of Cam Gear
About 12mg (FLOIL G311S)
Belt Holder:
About 20mg (FLOIL G311S)
Paper Lifting Plate :
About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)
Paper Feed Motor Drive
Transmission:
About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)
Idler Roller Shaft Section:
About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)
Both Sides of Carriage Guide Frame:
About 80 to 120 mg (MOLYKOTE PG-641)
Rubbing Section of Carriage and Carriage Shaft:
About 135 to 165 mg (MOLYKOTE PG-641)
Rubbing Section of Carriage
Hook and Carriage:
About 12 mg (FLOIL G311S)
Figure 5-1 Grease Application Points
5-3
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
7. LOCATION & SIGNAL ASSIGNMENT
7.1 Logic Board
32
1
31
J3
4
2
J5
1
5
J1
1
1
19
1
J2
J5
J4
5
18
36
Figure 5-9 Logic Board
J5 (Ribbon cable connector)
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
Signal name
HVG
HVG
HT0
HT1
HVH
HVH
W-HT
INKS1
TOP
DIODEA
ID0
ID1
INKS2
HVss
HENB0(Y)
Even ENB
HENB1(M)
HENB3(B)
Odd ENB
BENB1
BENB2
BENB3
HVdd
HCLK
HLATCH
HRES
HENB2(C)
HDATA
DIODEK
HPO
HPG
HPA
IN/OUT
...
...
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
...
IN
OUT
IN
IN
IN/OUT
...
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
...
OUT
Description
GND for head drive voltage VH
GND for head drive voltage VH
Driver signal for temperature control heater
Driver signal for temperature control heater
Head driver voltage
Head driver voltage
Drive signal for temperature control heater
Not used
Detection signal for rank resistance
Head temperature sensor (diode) anode
Cartridge detection and recognition signal
Cartridge detection and recognition signal
Cartridge detection and recognition signal
Head's logic drive voltage HVdd GND
Heat enable
Even nozzle heat enable
Heat enable
Heat enable
Odd nozzle heat enable
Block enable generation signal
Decoder output signal
IC drive voltage (+5 V)
Print data transfer signal
Timing signal for print data to latch
Latch reset signal
Printing data
Head temperature sensor (diode) cathode
Home position sense High/ Low(sense)
Ground
Photo LED drive
5-30
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
J3 (Carriage motor connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal name
CRA
CRA
CRB
CRB
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Description
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase B
Carriage motor phase B
J4 (Paper feed motor connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
Signal name
LFB
LFA
VM
LFA
LFB
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
...
OUT
OUT
Description
Paper feed motor phase B
Paper feed motor phase A
Common
Paper feed motor phase A
Paper feed motor phase B
J1 (DC power connector)
Pin No.
1
3
4
5
Signal name
Vcc
GND
GND
VH
IN/OUT
IN
...
...
IN
Description
+24 VDC
Ground
Ground
+5 VDC
J2 (Interface connector)
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
Signal name IN/OUT
STROBE
IN
DATA1
IN
DATA2
IN
DATA3
IN
DATA4
IN
DATA5
IN
DATA6
IN
DATA7
IN
DATA8
IN
ACKNLG
OUT
BUSY
OUT
P.E.
OUT
SELECT
OUT
AUTO FEED XT
IN
N.C
...
INIT
IN
GND
...
N.C
...
STROBE-RET
...
DATA1-RET
...
DATA2-RET
...
DATA3-RET
...
DATA4-RET
...
DATA5-RET
...
DATA6-RET
...
DATA7-RET
...
DATA8-RET
...
ACKNLG-RET
...
BUSY-RET
...
P.E.-RET
...
INIT
IN
ERROR
OUT
GND
...
N.C
...
+5.0V
...
SELEC IIN
IN
Description
See Part 2 for details
5-31
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
8. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
8.1 Parts Layout
8.1.1 Logic board
Figure 5-10 Logic Board (Top View)
5-32
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
Figure 5-11 Logic Board (Bottom View)
5-33
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
8.2 Circuit Diagrams
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 01
+5V
Temperature
Sensor
TH1
R3
47K,1/16W,0.5%
DTH
HRANK
C9
0.1µ,25V
C107
0.1µ,25V
JP1
17
18
C5
100p,50V
19
+5V
C4
100p,50V
21
20
RES
C7
0.1µ,25V
R2
CP4
CP5
22
23
24
CP6
66
A16
P73
Vss
P80
AD15
TMP96C141AF
P81
AD14
AD13
P82
QFP-80p
P83
AD12
P84
AD11
P85
AD10
P86
AD9
P87
AD8
NMI
AD7
WDO
AD6
RES
AD5
CLK
AD4
62
FB1
N1608Z800T01
N1608Z800T01
N1608Z800T01
FB2
FB3
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
OUT OUT
GND
F
52
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
DILB42P-8J
19
1
18
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
5
6
4
7
3
8
2
9
1
10
<02-A5> CS0
11
12
13
0
14
8
15
1
16
9
17
2
18
10
19
3
20
11
21
A18
N.C.
A17
A8
A7
A9
A6
A10
A5
A11
A4
A12
A3
A13
A2
A14
A1
A15
A0
A16
CE
BYTE/VPP
GND
OE
GND
D15/A1-1
D0
D7
D8
D14
D1
D6
D9
D13
D2
D5
D10
D12
D3
D4
D11
VDD
20
42
41
9
40
10
39
11
38
12
37
13
36
14
35
15
34
16
33
17
32
R5
31
0.1608
30
21
R4
15
29
7
28
14
27
6
26
13
25
5
24
12
23
4
22
D
+5V
0.1608
C
+5V
FB10
N1608Z300T01
C115
0.1µ,25V
1
<02-A8>
Control & CG ROM
(8Mbit)
IC4
53
C106
1000p,50V
C116
1000p,50V
B
16 AD<15..0>
3
2
Oscillator
X1
<02-A8>
3
FB4
N1608Z800T01
LF10A
<03-C4>
LF11A
<03-C4>
LF10B
<03-C4>
LF11B
<03-C4>
LFA
<03-A3>
LFB
<03-A3>
63
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
10K,1/16W
A<23..0>
65
P33
67
P35
69
70
71
68
P36
P37
P40
73
74
75
72
P42
AN0
AN1
AN2
77
78
79
76
AN3
Vcc
P41
A17
1
C105
0.1µ,25V
Vref
Vss
P72
+5V
+5V
MPU
IC2
P71
0
POWER
C6
100p,50V
15
<03-B1> LF VREF
16
CP9
A18
P70
AD1
C3
100p,50V
A19
AD0
14
P67
Vcc
13
A20
ALE
12
A21
P66
P95
11
P65
P94
9
10
A22
P93
8
P64
P92
7
A23
P91
6
P63
P90
5
64
P62
P61
EA
4
<04-A6>
<02-C8>
<02-C8>
<02-C8>
24
HWR
WR
RD
X2
<02-C8,
04-B1>
3
P60
AGND
80
<04-D1>
2
Vss
C2
100p,50V
<02-C8> INT1
INT3
<02-C8>
1
X1
CR10A
CR11A
CR10B
CR11B
IFC
SNC
CVDC
TOPC
CRVREF
BZ
CRA
CRB
INT0
INT2
F
<03-F7>
<04-B6>
<03-A7>
<03-E8>
<03-E8>
2125chip
C108
1000p,50V
<03-F4>
<03-F4>
<03-F4>
<03-F4>
<05-C8>
<05-B8>
<03-E7>
<03-B7>
<03-D1>
<04-C8>
<03-D4>
<03-D4>
<02-C8>
<02-C8>
RRS
HWR
WR
RD
+5V
AD3
C10
1000p,50V
P34
<03-B7>
C8
0.01µ,50V
AD2
<03-A8>
VHC
PES
HPS
ID1
ID0
CSACv20.00MX040
ALE
<02-A8>
C12
33p,50V
A
5-35
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
8
16
122
123
124
121
Vss
Vss
X0
X1
126
127
125
WHEAT
ODENB
128
BENB1
EVENB
130
131
132
133
134
135
129
BENB2
Vss
BENB3
HDATA
HCLK
HLAT
HDRES
136
MCHE1
MCHE0
1
2
3
4
5
0
137
138
MD0
MD1
139
140
MD2
141
MD3
142
MD4
MD5
6
7
145
146
147
144
MD6
MD7
OE
RAS
149
150
148
CAS
UW
Vss
14
13
15
151
LW
152
MD15
MD14
153
154
MD13
11
12
155
156
MD11
MD10
MD12
10
MD9
157
159
ACK
A21
BUSY
A20
PE
A19
SLCT
A18
AFXT
Vss
80
Vss
79
CS0
CS1
78
77
A15
76
A14
75
A13
A12
74
73
A11
72
A10
71
Vss
A9
70
69
A8
68
A7
A6
67
66
65
64
63
62
Oscillator
X2
Vdd
120
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
1
HENB1
<03-F8>
HENB0 <03-F8>
CP16
CP15
INKS2 <03-C7>
INKS1 <03-C7>
TSW1 <04-C1>
TSW0 <04-C1>
LED4 <04-E5>
LED0
<04-E5>
119
CP14
CP13
CP12
CP11
CP10
HENB2 <03-F8>
HENB3 <03-F8>
CP9
101
F
CP7
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
<02-F8>
MD<15..0>
+5V
C117
1000p,50V
DRAM(4Mbit)
IC7
IC7 UPD424170LE-80L
1
2
+5V
3
4
C113
0.1µ,25V
5
6
CP8
98
7
STB <05-E6>
8
97
9
96
10
95
<02-F8> MLW
<02-F8> MUW
<02-F8> RAS
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT
AFXT
INIT
FAULT
SELIN
3
16
100
99
OUT OUT
GND
2
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
<05-D6>
CP17
(NC)
11
12
13
14
9
15
0
16
1
17
2
18
3
19
20
Vcc
Vss
DO1
DO16D
DO2
DO15
DO3
DO14
DO4
DO13
Vss
Vcc
DO5
DO12
DO6
DO11
DO7
DO10
DO8
DO9
NC
NC
LW
NC
UW
CAS
RAS
OE
A9
A8
A0
A7
A1
A6
A2
A5
A3
A4
Vss
Vcc
40
39
15
38
14
37
13
36
12
D
35
34
11
33
10
32
9
31
8
30
CP18
29
CAS
<02-F8>
MOE <02-F8>
28
27
26
8
25
7
24
6
23
5
22
4
10
+5V
MA<9..0 >
C112
0.1µ,25V
IFD<7..0>
C
21
C118
1000p,50V
8
4
Vdd
A5
SELIN
A4
AD15
A3
FAULT
A2
INIT
A16
A1
A17
3
<01-E1>
ALE
<01-A5>
24
IFD7
A22
2
A<23..0>
16
A23
61
C111
0.1µ,25V
IFD6
A0
+5V
RD
60
40
IFD5
0
1
39
15
WR
AD0
38
IFD4
AD1
16
IFD3
HWR
AD2
37
PD3
57
36
17
IFD2
2
18
PD2
AD3
35
IFD1
56
19
IFD0
PD1
3
34
PD0
AD4
20
STB
AD5
33
PE3
TEST
55
21
Vss
Vdd
RES
4
32
Vss
54
31
22
Printer Controller
IC3
Vdd
5
23
PE2
AD6
30
SCLK
53
29
PE1
6
28
TXD
AD7
27
PE0
ALE
26
PA4
RXD
Vss
25
PE7
52
24
PA3
51
23
INT0
INT1
INT2
INT3
HWR
WR
RD
<01-B1> AD<15..0>
22
PA2
PE6
7
RES C11
0.1µ,25V
21
PE5
50
20
PA1
AD8
<01-C8,
04-B1>
<01-D8>
<01-C8>
<01-C8>
<01-C8>
<01-E4>
<01-E4>
<01-E4>
19
PE4
AD9
18
PA0
49
17
PB0
MA0
8
16
MA1
AD10
15
PB1
48
14
PB2
MA2
47
13
PB3
MA3
9
12
MA4
10
11
0
PC0
AD11
1
MA5
AD12
10
PC1
AD13
9
2
MA6
46
3
PC2
45
8
3 PC3
11
7
4
Vdd
HEN0
MA7
12
5
158
9
6
R7 1M,1/16W
47,1/16W
CSTv22.11MX040
HENB3
AD14
6
C110
0.1µ,25V
F
C114
0.1µ,25V
MA8
44
5
CP21
CP22
LOGIC BOARD 02
+5V
MA9
13
7
+5V
1
EvenENB <03-E8>
OddENB <03-E8>
W-HEAT <03-E7>
MD8
43
4
Vss
160
8
Vdd
14
RDO
<05-D7>
RDI
<05-D7>
RCS
<05-D8>
SK
<05-D8>
3
Vss
2
9
Vss
<02-B1>
1
Vss
C109
0.1µ,25V
MA<9..0> 10
2
R6
+5V
59
FB7
MD<15..0>
3
BENB3 <03-E7>
BENB2 <03-E7>
BENB1 <03-E7>
0
FB8
4
HDATA
HCLOCK
HLATCH
HRES
MCH0
<03-F8>
<03-F8>
<03-F8>
<03-F8>
<03-F7>
143
FB6
N1608Z301T01
N1608Z301T01
N1608Z301T01
N1608Z301T01
N1608Z301T01
58
FB9
5
1
FB5
6
42
<02-E1>
MOE
RAS
CAS
MUW
MLW
41
<02-C1>
<02-C3>
<02-C1>
<02-C3>
<02-C3>
7
<02-E8>
B
<05-F6>
<01-C4> CS0
A
5-36
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
7
6
R95
<01-D8> CVDC
RA7
RA8
100,1/8W 100,1/8W
1
2
NNCD27G
VH-G
7
3
Q10
25K1772
+5V
4
Q11
FP1R4M
R97
47K,1/16W
2
N1608Z121T01
FB870
23
HVdd
C304
0.1µ,25W
ZD16
N1608Z121T01
FB71
FB72
N1608Z121T01
<02-A6>
1
NNCD6.8G
HVH
HVH
VHG
VHG
8
7
6
5
HPO
MTD2007F
C205
100µ,35W
C206
0.1µ,50W
1
VM-G
3
2
5
4
5
HVdd
6
7
14
8
HVss
0.51,1/4W
R75
24
28
25
26
HPG
IC12
VM
W-HT
HT0
HT1
F
HPA
<01-E8> CR10A
<01-D8> CR11A
CR10B
<01-D8>
<01-D8> CR11B
0.51,1/4W
R74
3
RA6
RA5
100,1/8W 100,1/8W
10K,1/10W
R94
4
2581443Q
3
R96
10K,1/16W
2
9
10
HCLOCK
HDATA
HLATCH
HRES
11
12
13
14
2
NC
Vcc
VssA
INA
Out1
IOA
IIA
NC
VsA
RsA
VrefA
NC
Out2
LG
Out3
C/R
VrefB
NC
VsB
RsB
IIB
NC
Out4
IOB
VssB
INB
NC
Vcc
+5V
+5V
28
27
R76
10K,1/16W
VH-G
100,1/16W
3
6
5
26
25
24
23
02DZ3.0Z
ZD20
22
21
20
4700p,50V
<02-F5>
MCHO
1
5
ZD11
C62
0.1µ,25W
R118
1 6.8K,1/10W
1
2 Q9
C305
0.1µ,60W
2
3
Q8
FAIL4H
3
Home Psition
Sensor
C63
2.7K,1/10W
R93
2
<02-F4> W-HEAT
OddENB
EvenENB
ID0
ID1
J5
3
1
RA4
10K,1/8W
3
4
2
1
2 100K,1/16W
HELN325-3(32P)
1
1
<02-F4>
<02-F4>
<01-F4>
<01-F4>
Q7
3
R92
6.8K,1/10W
<02-F4>
1
+5V
2 25J325Z
R90
Q6
FAIL4H
<02-F4> BENB1
BENB2
<02-F4>
BENB3
2
100K,1/16W
R91
0.1µ,50V
C306
<01-F4> VHC
<02-D3> HENB1
HENB2
<02-D3>
<02-E3> HENB3
<02-E3> HENB0
3
LOGIC BOARD 03
C302
1000K,35W
HCLOCK
HDATA
HLATCH
HRES
4
2634P
R117
10K,1/10W
<02-F5>
<02-F5>
<02-F5>
<02-F5>
5
R77
360,1/10W
VH
C303
1000µ,35W
8
19
18
17
F
02DZ2.0Z
ZD21
2
CRVREF
3
1
<01-D8>
Q14
FA1L4M
16
15
J3
3
4
15
17
27
ZD15
1
18
2
3
4
20
21
ZD14
<05-A7,
04-B8,
04-C8>
8
7
6
5
MTD2007F
4
5
6
7
8
4
10
13
DIODEK
HVdd
14
ZD17
1
Vcc
VssA
INA
Out1
IOA
NC
RsA
NC
IIA
VsA
VrefA
Out2
LG
Out3
C/R
NC
RsB
NC
VrefB
VsB
IIB
Out4
IOB
VssB
INB
NC
Vcc
28
N1608Z300T01
FB102
27
26
25
24
23
21
20
19
18
17
16
4
NNCD6.8G
30
HPA
HPO
31
HPG
<01-A8> LFA
<01-A8> LFB
02DZ2.0Z
ZD19
02DZ3.0Z
ZD18
22
B
2
LFVREF
1
3
<01-D7>
Q13
FA1L4M
15
J4
5
2
32
100µ,50V
9
10
11
3
R115
390,1/16W
0.51,1/4W
R71
12
29
R112
1K,1/16W
0.5X
DIODEA
NNCD6.8G
NC
R73
360,1/10W
VM-G
2
R72
10K,1/16W
1
4700p,50V
C203
0.1µ,50W
C60
0.1µ,25W
0.51,1/4W
R70
2
<02-C7>
C72
100µ,50V
HPS
TOP
+5V
IC13
C202
100µ,35W
5
1
R114
39K,1/16W
10K,1/16W
R113
C71
<01-F4>
C
+5V
VM
3
+5V
R110
180K,1/16W
0.5X
0.5X
100,1/16W
R105
INKS1
INKS2
ZD12
R107
33K,1/16W
+5V
0.5X
0.5X
100,1/16W 8 6
_
_ 2
R109 7
1
DTH
IC14
IC14
<01-F8>
3
5
+
R106
R108
NJH2904M +
NJH2904M 4
R111
4
100K,1/16W
12K,1/16W
C133
7.5K,1/16W
0.5X
0.5X
0.1µ,25W
0.5X
Vsen
8
13
9
Q12
FAIA4M 1
+5V
8
R103 0.5X
510,1/16W
3
0.5X
470K,1/16W
R104
ID0
ID1
+5V
3
C70
0.01µ,25W
4
NNCD6.8G
2
<01-D8> TOPC
12
VH
<01-A8> LF10A
<01-A8> LF11A
<01-A8> LF10B
LF11B
<01-A8>
3
33,1/16W
R102
HRANK
11
5
2
R99
100,1/16W
<01-E8>
1
OddENB
EvenENB
C61
19
FU1
FB101
4
N1608Z300T01
<02-E3> INKS1
INKS2
<02-E3>
D
+5V
RA3
10K,1/8W
16
R100
220K,1/16W
100,1/16W
R98
Approx.6 Ω/
phase
R12P
ZD13
220K,1/16W
R101
BENB1
BENB2
BENB3
2
3
<02-A6> HVdd
<01-D8> CRA
<01-D8> CRB
A
A
B
B
5
1
NNCD6.8G
22
1
2
3
4
2
1
3
4
NNCD6.8G
5
HENB0
HENB1
HENB2
HENB3
1
2
3
4
A
A
B
B
Paper Feed
Motor
Approx.6 Ω/
phase
A
5-37
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 04
F
+5V
note
LED0 (green)
LED4 (orange)
Indicator
LED0
Q3
<02-D3>
LED4
FA1A4M
180,1/10W
R66
1
2
ERROR
F
Q2
<02-D3>
LED0
FA1A4M
180,1/10W
R67
3
POWER
4
SEC2594C
+5V
+5V
+5V
+5V
R60
10K,1/10W
R61
10K,1/10W
SKHVLH
Beeper
R68
1.5K,1/10W
POWER
BZ1
PKM13EPY-4000-TF01
<01-D8>
3
1
Control Buttons
R63
SW2
POWER
D
<01-C8>
10K,1/16W
SKHVLH
2
BZ
2
RESUME
DOOR
Q4
FA1L4M
1
CARTRIDGE
2
R64
1 SW1
SKHVLH
1
TSW1
10K,1/16W
R65
2 SW0
TSW0
<02-E3>
<02-E3>
10K,1/16W
<05-A7,
04-B8,
03-A7>
Vsen
Paper End Sensor
R51
390,1/10W
R52
39K,1/16W
3
1
R62
10K,1/16W
C
+5V
R53
10K,1/16W
PES
<01-F4>
C52
100p,50V
C104
1000p,50V
C103
0.1µ,25V
4
PS1
GP1SQ59C
2
C51
0.01µ,50V
C50
0.01µ,50V
+5V
R1
1K,1/16W
RES
<05-A7, Vsen
04-C8,
03-A7>
Pick-up Roller Sensor
R54
390,1/10W
3
1
R56
10K,1/16W
RRS
<01-E4>
1 Vout GND 4
2
3
MaRes Vcc
C53
100p,50V
4
2
C1
1000p,50V
PST592EMT
R55
39K,1/16W
PS2
EE-SX1055
Reset
IC7
B
<01-C8,02-C8>
A
5-38
Part 5: Maintenance
BJC-4400
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 05
<02-A2>
IFD<7..>
<05-B7>
8
Vif
Vif
RA1
3.3K,1/8W
J2
8
2
7
3
3
4
6
4
5
5
1
8
6
2
7
7
3
4
6
8
5
9
R19
S-29130AFJ
1
RCS
<02-D8>
SK
<02-D8>
R9
3.3K,1/16W
8
NC TEST
2
7
VCC GND
3
6
DO
CS
4
5
D1
SK
RDO <02-D8>
RD1 <02-D8>
<02-C3>
<02-C3>
<02-B3>
<02-B3>
<02-B3>
<02-B3>
<02-B3>
<02-B3>
BUSY
ACK
PE
SLCT
FAULT
SELIN
AFXT
INIT
C21
470p,50V
8
2
2
7
3
6
4
5
5
3
4
R25
R26
R27
R28
10,1/16W
1K,1/16W
1.5K, 1/16W
1K,1/16W
C22
0.01m,50V
6
7
8
R294
9
100,1/16W
C23
33p,50V
C24
33p,50V
C25
33p,50V
C26
33p,50V
C27
33p,50V
2
+5V
Vif
R10
47K,1/16W
5
ZD1
RD6,8SB3
<05-F3>
+5V
4
+5V-GND
FBM4532HS121
3
+5V
SNC
3
R50
47K,1/16W
N1608Z102T05
N1608Z102T05
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
F
1
STB
N1608Z102T05
C28
33p,50V
C29
33p,50V
C30
33p,50V
1
FB29
FB30
FB31
FB32
FB33
FB34
FB35
FB36
N1608Z102T05
11
0.1A
10
N1608Z102T05
N1608Z102T05
N1608Z102T05
N1608Z102T05
0.1A
N1608Z102T05
R334
390,1/8W
FB379 N1608Z102T05
N1608Z102T05
FB889
BUSY
ACK
12
PE
13
SLCT
32
FAULT
36
SELIN
143
AFXT
31
INT
15
N.C.
34
N.C.
18
35
+5V
+5V-PULL UP
19
20
33
16
STB-GND
D1-GND
D2-GND
D3-GND
D4-GND
D5-GND
D6-GND
D7-GND
D8-GND
ACK-GND
BUSY-GND
INT-GND
S-GND
S-GND
17
F-GND
23
24
27
28
+24V-GND
D
C
B
Q5
FN1A4P
2
N1608Z102T05
29
30
FB74
<01-D8>
N1608Z102T05
25
26
C301
100m,35V
C20
33m,50V
1
FB279
N1608Z102T05
21
22
J1
Q1
FN1A4P
FB269
N1608Z102T05
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RA2
3.3K,1/8W
CNV
1
FB259
N1608Z102T05
R31
1K,1/16W
1
C121
0.1m,25V
3
FB249
N1608Z102T05
FB28
+5V
IFC
FB239
Vif
R324
3.3K,1/8W
<01-D8>
FB229
R30
1K,1/16W
100,1/16W
RA11
10,1/8W
EEPROM(1Kbit)
IC6
FB219
R20
1K,1/16W
+5V
FB209
Vif
R116
1.5K,1/16W
STB
1
2
1
RA10
10,1/8W
<02-C3>
F
CNIF
RA9
10,1/8W
2
+5V-GND
Vsen
FCN-684J036-L/U#8
(36pin)
<04-D8,04-C8>
VH
1
+24V
C201
1000p, 50V
A
+24V-GND
5-39