Audiovox VOH701 - VOH 701 - LCD Monitor Service manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Service Electronics
Handling Boards ........................................... 2
ESD protection .......................................... 2
Handling .................................................... 2
CPU Boards .................................................. 3
AP 5.4 Layout ............................................ 3
AP 7.t Layout ............................................. 4
AP 4.4 Layout ............................................ 5
Connectors ................................................ 6
Lithium Battery ........................................ 10
Output Stage Stepper Motor ....................... 11
Layout ..................................................... 11
Connectors .............................................. 11
Output Stage Brushless Motor (AP 5.4) ...... 13
Notes ....................................................... 13
Layout ..................................................... 13
Connectors .............................................. 14
I/O Board ..................................................... 15
Requirements .......................................... 15
Layout ..................................................... 15
Connectors .............................................. 15
Application ............................................... 17
Setting the Interface Parameters ............ 18
Input/Output Signals ................................ 19
Testing the Signal Interface .................... 21
Testing the Serial Interface ..................... 21
Display Board ..............................................22
Layout ......................................................22
Connectors ..............................................22
Power Supply ..............................................23
Layout ......................................................23
Connectors ..............................................23
Specifications ...........................................24
Sensor settings ............................................25
Setting sensors (AP 4.4/AP 5.4) ...............25
Setting sensors (AP 7.t) ...........................28
Setting the material end sensor ...............32
Sensor test ..................................................33
General notes ..........................................33
Sensors on the CPU board
(AP 4.4/AP 5.4) .........................................33
Sensors on the CPU board (AP 7.t) .........35
Sensors on the stepper motor output stage
board (AP 5.4) ..........................................36
Sensors on the stepper motor output stage
board (AP 7.t) ...........................................37
Sensors on the BLDC motor output stage
board (AP 5.4) ..........................................37
Sensors on the I/O board: ........................38
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Handling Boards
ESD protection
CAUTION! - The boards can be destroyed by static discharge!
« Before opening the printer, place it on a grounded surface.
« Earth your body using an ESD bracelet or other suitable means, before touching a board. If no suitable ESD protection is available, touch an earthed
object, e.g. a heating radiator, before touching a board.
« Only place boards on earthed surfaces.
Handling
CAUTION! - The conducting tracks on the boards are very thin. If a board
is bent or warped, the conducting tracks can easily crack.
« Avoid bending or warping boards.
« Avoid the use of excessive force when removing or inserting boards.
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Service Platinen
AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
CPU Boards
AP 5.4 Layout
RFID module or
internal scanner
(CN904)
Power supply (CN701)
Check LED motor
voltage, yellow (D20)
Feed motor (CN601)
Keyboard (CN502)
Control lines to the
motor driver boards for
peripherals (Cutter, ext.
Rewinder, int.
Rewinder) (CN504)
Centronics (CN501)
LCD display (CN503)
Printhead Kyocera
KPA 104/KPA 106
(CN901)
Printhead Kyocera
KCE (CN902)
USB (CN302)
JP501 (normal
operation: open!)
Printhead Rohm
KF 2004/KF 3004
(CN903)
JP502 (normal
operation: open!) Starts
micromonitor (internal
diagnostic software)
Punch sensor (CN905)
Slot for CF card
(CN201)
Check LEDs for core
voltages:
D10 red (left)
D11 green (right)
Ribbon sensor
(CN906)
Pressure lever sensor
(CN907)
Reflex sensor
(optional) (CN908)
JP 801 - If connected, a
5 V /170 mA supply
voltage is provided at
the RS-232 connector
(CN801) at pin 9
(earliest with board
index -04)
Optional for extensions
RS-232 (CN801)
I/O board (RS-232/422/
485 I/O signals)
(CN804)
Ethernet status LED
Ethernet 10/100 Base T
(CN401)
CAUTION! - Check the battery
regularly and replace it if
necessary!
WARNING! - Danger of
explosion, if the battery is
incorrectly replaced!!
AVERTISSEMENT! - Il y a un
danger d´explosion, si la batterie
est replacée
incorrectement!
JTAG for Debugger
and Boundary Scan
(CN301)
Batterie for realtime clock
(Lithium 3V, CR2032)
Function
Boundary Scan
Debug Port
Signals I/O board
Foot switch or stackerfull-signal (CN803)
JP303 open (normal
operation)
On
Off
On
JP 303
closed
Off
On
Off
Control lines HME
power supply (2x I2C,
1x Power Fail, 1x GND)
(CN802)
Jumper
JP301
JP302
Boundary
Scan
5V supply for IC
controling the
dispensing edge
Debug
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
AP 7.t Layout
RFID module or
internal scanner
(CN904)
Power supply (CN701)
Check LED motor
voltage, yellow (D20)
Foil motor (CN601)
Keyboard (CN502)
Control lines to the
motor driver boards for
peripherals (Cutter, ext.
Rewinder, TCS)
(CN504)
Centronics (CN501)
LCD display (CN503)
Printhead Kyocera
KPA 104/KPA 106
(CN901)
Printhead Kyocera
KCE (CN902)
USB (CN302)
JP501 (normal
operation: open!)
Printhead Rohm
KF 2004/KF 3004
(CN903)
JP502 (normal
operation: open!) Starts
micromonitor (internal
diagnostic software)
Punch sensor (CN905)
Ribbon sensor
(CN906)
Slot for CF card (CN201)
Check LEDs for core
voltages:
D10 red (left)
D11 green (right)
Pressure lever sensor
(CN907)
Reflex sensor bottom
(optional) (CN908)
JP 801 - If connected, a
5 V /170 mA supply
voltage is provided at
the RS-232 connector
(CN801) at pin 9
(earliest with board
index -04)
Reflex sensor top
(optional) (CN909)
Cover sensor (CN910)
RS-232 (CN801)
I/O board (RS-232/422/
485 I/O signals)
(CN804)
Ethernet status LED
Ethernet 10/100 Base T
(CN401)
CAUTION! - Check the battery
regularly and replace it if
necessary!
WARNING! - Danger of
explosion, if the battery is
incorrectly replaced!!
AVERTISSEMENT! - Il y a un
danger d´exposion, si la batterie
est replacée
incorrectement!
JTAG for Debugger
and Boundary Scan
(CN301)
Control lines µC-power
supply (2x I2C, 1x
Power Fail, 1x GND)
(CN802)
Batterie for realtime clock
(Lithium 3V, CR2032)
Function
Boundary Scan
Debug Port
Signals I/O board
JP303 open (normal
operation)
On
Off
On
JP 303
closed
Off
On
Off
Jumper
JP301
JP302
Boundary
Scan
Debug
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Service Platinen
AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
AP 4.4 Layout
Check LED motor
voltage, yellow (D20)
Power supply (CN701)
Feed motor (CN601)
LCD display (CN503)
Centronics (CN501)
Printhead Kyocera
KPA 104/KPA 106
(CN901)
USB (CN302)
JP501 (normal
operation: open!)
JP502 (normal
operation: open!) Starts
micromonitor (internal
diagnostic software)
Punch sensor (CN905)
Ribbon sensor
(CN906)
Pressure lever sensor
(CN907)
Check LEDs for core
voltages:
D10 red (left)
D11 green (right)
RS-232 (CN801)
JTAG for Debugger
and Boundary Scan
(CN301)
Function
Boundary Scan
Debug Port
Signals I/O board
JP303 open
(normal operation)
On
Off
On
JP 303
closed
Off
On
Off
Jumper
JP301
JP302
Boundary
Scan
Debug
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Connectors
Function /
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
JTAG/DEBUG
CN 301 2x12pin
1.27 mm
grid
USB
Type on
board
Type at
cable
Pin assignment on board
1 - EJTAG_TRST_N
3 - JTAG_TD1
5 - JTAG_TD0
7 - JTAG_TMS
9 - JTAG_TCK
11 - RST_N
13 - EJTAG_PCST[0]
15 - EJTAG_PCST[1]
17 - EJTAG_PCST[2]
19 - EJTAG_DCLK
21 - DEBUGBOOT
23 - VCC 3,3V
CN 302 USB type
B
1 - TD+
2 - TD3 - RD+
4 - Termination
5 - Termination
6 - RD7 - Termination
8 - Termination
CN 401 RJ 45
Centronics
CN 501 IEEE1284 IEEE1284
C 36pin
C 36pin
36
19-36 GND
19
CN 502 PS/2
24 JTAG_TRST_N
1 - n.c.
2 - Data3 - Data+
4 - GND
Ethernet
Keyboard
GND
PS/2
2 - n.c.
1 - Data
18 - n.c.
17 - /AutoFd
16 - /SelectIn
15 - /Strobe
14 - /Init
13 - Data 7
12 - Data 6
11 - Data 5
10 - Data 4
9 - Data 3
8 - Data 2
7 - Data 1
6 - Data 0
5 - PError
4 - /Error
3 - /Ack
2 - Select
1 - Busy
4 - + 5V/170 mA
6 - n.c.
3 - GND
5 - Clock
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Function /
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Display
Type on
board
Type at
cable
Pin assignment on board
CN 503 JST
B24BPHDSS
JST
BHDR24VS
2 - D0
4 - D1
6 - D2
8 - D3
10 - D4
12 - D5
14 - D6
16 - D7
18 - +5V
20 - GND
22 - E
24 - E2 (CS2)
Peripherals motor
driver
CN 504 JST
B14BPHDSS
JST
PHDR14VS
2 - Foilmotor CLK
4 - GND
6 - Perimotor CLK
8 - GND
10 - SDA
12 - + 5V
14 - GND
Stepper motor
CN 601 JST
B04BXASK-1
JST
XAP04V-1
Power supply
CN 701 JST
B9PS-VH
JST
VHR-9N
RS232
CN 801 DSub9-F
DSub9-M
1 - Key Prog/Esc
3 - Key Feed
5 - Key Cut
7 - Key Online
9 - E1 (CS1)
11 - RS (A0)
13 - R/ nW
15 - LED Error
17 - +5V
19 - GND
21 - GND
23 - nReset
1 - Motor CLK
3 - Motor CW/CCW
5 - PWM 7
7 - Rewinder Cntrl
9 - SCL
11 - nMaster Reset
13 - GND
1 - Out 2B
2 - Out 1B
3 - Out 1A
4 - Out 2A
4 - Power Fail
3 - Temp. Sense
2 - GND
1 - +5V
5 - GND
6 - Motor Supply 45V
7 - Motor Supply 45V
8 - GND
9 - GND
9 - (RI)
8 - CTS
7 - RTS
6 - (DSR)
(1:1 cable to
the host)
5 - GND
4 - (DTR)
3 - TxD
2 - RxD
1 - (CD)
Pin 9 provides 5 V/170 mA, if JP801 is connected.
L CAUTION! Pin assignment looked at from „PC point of view“!
(Printer = DCE)
Power supply
control
CN 802 JST
B4B-EH-A
1 - GND
2 - SDA
3 - SCL
4 - Power Fail
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Function /
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Type on
board
Type at
cable
Foot switch
CN 803 JST
AUK
B2B-EH-A MM-02H
Pin assignment on board
1 - Foot-switch/Stacker full - signal
2 - GND
I/O board
CN 804 JST
B18BPHDSS
JST
PHDR18VS
5V for IC
controlling the
dispensing edge
sensor
CN 805 Molex
530140210
Molex
510040200
Printhead KPA
104/106
CN 901 AMP
281274-1
Molex
5320
20 - Thermistor
18 - DO4
16 - DO3
14 - DO2
12 - DO1
10 - Strobe2\
8 - BEO
6 - Clock
4 - GND
2 - VDD
Printhead KCE
CN 902 AMP
281274-1
Molex
5320
20 - Thermistor
18 - Cont5\
16 - Cont3\
14 - Cont1\
12 - Strobe1\
10 - GND
8 - GND
6 - Data in 2
4 - GND
2 - VDD
Printhead 2004/
3004
CN 903 AMP
281274-1
Molex
5320
24 - OptoCon_i1
6 - OptoCon_i2
8 - OptoCon_i3
10 - OptoCon_o4
12 - OptoCon_o5
14 - OptoCon_o6
16 - + 5V
18 -
1 - GND
3 - UART-2-RxD
5 - UART-2-TxD
79 - UART-2-CTS
11 - UART-2-RTS
13 - GND
15 - + 3,3V
17 -
1 - 5V
2 - GND
20 - DO1
18 - STB1
16 - DO2
14 - DO3
12 - Thermistor
10 - LAT\
8 - DO4
6 - Clk
4 - VDD
2 - VDD
19 - n.c.(104)/DI5(106)
17 - DI4
15 - DI3
13 - DI2
11 - DI1
9 - Strobe1\
7 - Latch\
5 - GND
3 - GND
1 - VDD
19 - Thermistor
17 - Cont4\
15 - Cont2\
13 - Strobe2\
11 - BEO
9 - Latch\
7 - Clock
5 - Data in 1
3 - GND
1 - VDD
19 - DI1
17 - STB2
15 - DI2
13 - DI3
11 - Thermistor
9 - STB3
7 - DI4
5 - STB4
3 - GND
1 - GND
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Function /
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Type on
board
Type at
cable
RFID or internal
Scanner
CN 904 JST
B10BPHDSS
Punch sensor
CN 905 JST
JST
B4B-EH-A EHR-4
4 - Emitter
3 - Collector
2 - Cathode
1 - Anode
Ribbon sensor
CN 906 JST
JST
B4B-EH-A EHR-4
4 - Emitter
3 - Collector
2 - Cathode
1 - Anode
Pressure lever
sensor
CN 907 JST
JST
B4B-EH-A EHR-4
4 - Emitter
3 - Collector
2 - Cathode
1 - Anode
Reflex sensor
CN 908 JST
JST
B4B-EH-A EHR-4
4 - Emitter
3 - Collector
2 - Cathode
1 - Anode
JST
PHDR10VS
Pin assignment on board
2 - TxD
4 - GND
6 - GND
8 - RTS
10 - GND
1 - GND
3 - RxD
5 - GND
7 - CTS
9 - + 5V
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Lithium Battery
The CPU board used in the AP 5.4 is equipped with a realtime clock, which
keeps its setting, if the printer is switched off. This is done by a lithium battery
on the board.
¯ The battery is not rechargeable!
¯ The battery must be UL-listed!
Battery type
Panasonic CR2032 or an equivalent battery type.
WARNING!
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
« Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
« Take care of the correct polarity when replacing the battery.
« Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer´s instructions.
AVERTISSEMENT!
Il y a danger d´explosion s´il y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie.
« Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d´un type recommendé par le constructeur.
« Mettre au rébut les batteries conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
Specifications
Nominal voltage
3V
Nominal capacity
220 mAh
Continous standard load
0.2 A
Operating temperature
-30 to +60 °C
Max. abnormal charging current
5.0 mA
[Tab. 1]
Battery
replacement
Battery type CR2032 - specifications and dimensions.
1. Switch off the printer. Disconnect the power cord.
2. Take off the rear hood.
¯ Prior to installation of the new battery: wipe the battery
and the equipement terminal clean using a dry cloth.
¯ Ensure, that dust and other foreign substances will not
cause shorting between the poles.
¯ When handling batteries, wear finger covers or gloves
made of rubber, cotton, etc. to protect the battery from dirt.
3. Take used battery out of the socket; insert the new
battery.
¯ Take care of the correct polarity (see fig. right)!
4. Reassemble the rear hood.
5. Reconnect the printer to the mains and switch it on.
6. Set time and date (SYSTEM PARAMETER > Realtime clock).
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Output Stage Stepper Motor
Layout
Peripheral sensor (J4)
(D-Sub cable harness)
Optional: additional sensor
(J8)
J6
J1
J7
Peripheral motor
(AP 5.4/AP 7.t)
Feed motor (AP 7.t)
Printhead liftmotor
(AP 7.t)
External feed motor
(AP 7.t)
Power supply
(J12)
Control lines, coming from
the CPU board (J2)
Peripheral motor (J3)
(D-Sub cable harness)
Connectors
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
J4
Type on board
Type at cable
PANCON
MLAS 100-04
AMP 643813-4 or
AUK MK-04H
Pin assignment on
board
1-A
2 - K (GND)
3-C
4 - E (GND)
J3
PANCON
MLAS 100-04
AMP 643813-4 or
AUK MK-04H
1-A
2 - A\
M
J2
Wieson
2120-14RS5
MOLEX 70450
Version b
3-B
4 - B\
11 - Reset\
9 - I2C-SCL
1 - Clock 0
10 - I2C-SDA
14 - GND
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Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Type on board
Type at cable
J12
AMP 640389-6
AMP 0-644465-6
MTA 156 18 AWG
Pin assignment on
board
1 - 5V
2 - GND
3 - n.b.
4 - GND
5 - 38..54V
6 - GND
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Output Stage Brushless Motor (AP 5.4)
Notes
•
•
Firmware
Version
BLDC = brushless direct current
Application: AP 5.4 with internal rewinder
Printer
BLDC
3.33
6
[Tab. 2]
Required firmware
version for the BLDC output stage.
Checking the driver firmware version:
« Call PRINT INFO > Service status.
Section „Peripheraldriver“ on the printout lists all mounted output stage
boards with the installed firmware versions.
Updating the driver firmware is done the same way as with the printer
firmware:
P See topic section Firmware.
The following files are required: BLDC_Vx.BAT resp. BLDCAP54Vx.S3B (for
firmware version x, see [Tab. 2]).
¯ CAUTION! - Don´t load the older firmware version 1 onto the new
version 2!
Layout
Peripheral sensor (CN101)
(D-Sub harness)
J103
J102
J101
Peripheral motor (CN102)
(D-Sub harness)
Control lines, coming from
the CPU board (CN103)
Power supply (CN104)
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Connectors
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Type on board
CN101 PANCON
MLAS 100-04
Type at cable
Pin assignment on
board
AMP 643813-4 or
AUK MK-04H
1-A
2-K
3-C
4 - E (GND)
CN102 PANCON
MLAS 100-08
CN103 Wieson
2120-14RS5
1 - OUT_C
2 - OUT_B
3 - OUT_A
4 - HALL_A
5 - HALL_B
6 - HALL_C
7 - + 5V
8 - GND
11 - Reset\
9 - I2C-SCL
1 - Clock 0
MOLEX 70450
Version b
10 - I2C-SDA
14 - GND
CN104 AMP 640389-6
AMP 0-644465-6
MTA 156 18 AWG
1 - 5V
2 - GND
3 - n.b.
4 - GND
5 - 38..48V
6 - GND
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
I/O Board
Requirements
•
•
Printer: AP 5.4, AP 7.t
Printer firmware version: 2.31 or higher
Layout
I/O signals similar to USI
(CN201)
CPU board (CN102)
RS-232/422/485
(CN101)
Connectors
Picture
Conn. #
Type on board Type at cable Pin assignment on board
CN102
JST
B18B-PHDSS
JST
PHDR-18VS
CN201
DSub15-F
JST
JAY-15S-1A3A
DSub15-M
CN101
DSub9-F
DSub9-M
See [Tab. 3] and [Tab. 4].
(1:1 cable to host)
JST
JHEY-9S-1A3A
24 - OptoCon_i1
6 - OptoCon_i2
8 - OptoCon_i3
10 - OptoCon_o4
12 - OptoCon_o5
14 - OptoCon_o6
16 - + 5V
18 15 MACHINE_STATUS
14 GND
13 GND
12 GND
11 PRINT_END
10 ERROR
9 GND
1 - GND
3 - UART-2-RxD
5 - UART-2-TxD
79 - UART-2-CTS
11 - UART-2-RTS
13 - GND
15 - + 3,3V
17 8 GND
7 5Vto24V_EXT
6 REPRINT
5 PAUSE
4 FEED
3 START_PRINT
2 5V_EXT
1 GND
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
¯ CAUTION - Pin assignment from „PC point of view“ (printer = DCE)!
RS 232
Pin Signal name
(host)
Signal direction from I/O board
1
DCD
Short with DTR and DSR
2
RxD
Out
3
TxD
In
4
DTR
Short with DCD and DSR
5
GND
Ground
6
DSR
Short with DTR and DCD
7
RTS
In
8
CTS
Out
9
(RI)
Not connected
[Tab. 3]
RS 422/485
Signal direction from I/O board
1
Not connected
2
Rx-
Out
3
Tx-
In
4
Term.
Termination (110 Ohm)
5
GND
Ground
6
Term.
Termination (110 Ohm)
7
Tx+
In
8
Rx+
Out
[Tab. 4]
RS 422/485
termination
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin assignment RS 232 connector
Pin Signal name
(host)
9
9
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Not connected
Pin assignment RS 422/485 connector
•
•
At the last printer at the RS 422/485 line, connect the following pins (inside of
the cable connector):
Pins 3 and 4 (Tx-)
Pins 6 and 7 (Tx+)
•
•
At each printer on the bus line, connect the following pins (inside of the cable
connector):
Pins 2 and 3 (Tx-/Rx-)
Pins 7 and 8 (Tx+/Rx-)
RS 485 2-wire
connection
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AP 4.4 – AP 5.4 – AP 7.t
Application
The I/O board may be used for 3 different applications:
•
2nd RS 232 interface:
The I/O board provides a RS 232 interface, which can be applied additionally
to the one on the CPU board. The 2nd interface can e.g. be used to connect
a bar code scanner.
•
RS 422/485 interface:
If there is a long distance between host and printer, RS 485 or RS 422 is
sometimes used instead of RS 232 or Centronics. This is often realized in industrial plants, where galvanic isolation is required to avoid ground loops.
•
Signal interface:
If an applicator is applied with the printer, this requires the exchange of control signals between printer and applicator. Therefore, signals like „printing is
finished“ have to be generated by the printer and the printer itself must wait
for a signal like „start print“ from the applicator, before it starts printing the
next label. Galvanic isolation is provided for robustness. The output signals
can also be used to drive signal lamps.
¯ The two serial interface types cannot be used at the same time.
¯ Signal interface and serial interface can be used at the same time. The
signals of both interfaces must then be related to the same supply system
(same ground potential).
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Setting the Interface Parameters
With an I/O board mounted, the following additional menus appear in the printer menu:
•
INTERF. PARAM. > COM2 PORT
Contains all parameters required to configure the serial interface.
•
I/O BOARD
Contains all parameters required to configure the signal interface.
Menu
Parameter
Setting
INTERF. PARAM. >
COM2 PORT
Baud rate
9600
No. of data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop Bits
1
Data synch.
RTS/CTS
Serial Port Mode
RS 232
SYSTEM PARAMETER External signal
I/O BOARD
[Tab. 5]
Singlestart
Reprint function
Enabled
Start delay
0.0 mm
Start print mode
Pulse falling
Reprint signal
Enabled
Feed
Standard
Pause input
Standard
Error output
Print error
Error polarity
Level low active
Status output
Print job ready
Status polarity
Level low active
End print mode
Mode3 low pulse
Recommended parameter default settings.
P For detailed parameter descriptions see topic section Info-printouts &
Parameters.
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Input/Output Signals
Internal supply
The I/O board provides a galvanically decoupled 5 V source. External electronics, powered from this source, must not consume more than 0.5 W (5 V /
100 mA).
¯ Maximum admissible output current: 100 mA
External supply
The I/O board outputs may be powered by an external source from 5 V to
24 V (pin 7). External electronics, powered from this source, must not consume more than 200 mA per output channel.
¯ Maximum admissible output current: 200 mA
Fuses
The fuses used on the I/O board are polymeric positive temperature coefficient resistors. If they trip, they don´t blow and after cooling down, they work
again. They don´t need to be replaced.
•
•
•
•
Input signals
START PRINT
FEED
PAUSE (optional: APSF)
REPRINT
P For details see topic section Info-printouts & Parameters.
The input signals are powered by an internal 5 V source.
¯ Maximum admissible input voltages: 0 to 24 V
•
•
•
Active (low) input signal:
Inactive (high) input signal:
Max. frequency for APSF signal:
VIL = 0 to 1 V at IIL ≈ 10 to 20 mA
VIH = 40 to 24 V at IIH ≈ 0 to 1 mA
10 kHz
DC/DC
5V
5V
5V..24V
IN
GND
[1]
I/O board: Input circuitry and possible connections to external electronics.
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Ouput signals
•
•
•
ERROR
MACHINE STATUS
PRINT END
The output signals are powered by the internal 5 V source or by an external
5 to 24 V source. The output stages provide an active low transistor and also
an active high transistor.
•
•
•
•
Internal supply: V5-24 V = 4.5 to 5 V at I ≤ 100 mA
External supply: V5-24 V = 5 to 24 V at I ≤ 600 mA
Low output signal: VOL = 0,5 to 1 V at IOL ≈ 200 mA
High output signal: V5-24 V - VOH = 1,5 to 2,5 V at IOH ≈ 200 mA
5V
DC/DC
5V
5V
5 to 24V
fuse
24
V
24V
24V
OUT
fuse
24
V
GND
5V
5 to 24V
24V
OUT
GND
[2]
I/O board: Output driver and possible connections to external electronics.
24V
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Testing the Signal Interface
The USI-testbox was designed for use with the USI interface, the „big
brother“ of the I/O board, matching the 64-bit printer family. But it can also be
applied to the I/O board, if the following is taken into account:
Not all of the output signals on the USI board are also available on the I/O
board. The pins of not available signals are grounded on the I/O board. The
following signal lamps for outputs are therefore always lighting on the testbox:
•
•
•
RIBBON OUT
MEDIA OUT
WARNING
Those inputs are not available on the I/O board:
Application of
the testbox
Notes
•
•
•
•
PLC ERROR
TOUCH DOWN SENSOR
HOME POS. ERROR
MATERIAL LOW
•
•
•
•
Simulating inputs
Checking outputs
Monitoring of drive signals sent by the system control
Aid for setting up the machine
The polarity of the testbox is low-active, therefore rules:
¯ Inputs are pulled low when the push-button is pressed.
¯ Outputs are low, when the LED lights.
[3]
Left side: The USI testbox (A2739). Right side: Connection cable (A2842). Both parts are
required for the application.
Testing the Serial Interface
P See parameter description of SERVICE FUNCTION > Com2 port test in topic section
Info-Printouts & Parameters.
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Display Board
Layout
CPU board
Connectors
Picture
Circ.
Diagr.
Type on board
Type at cable
JST
B24B-PHDSS
JST
BHDR-24VS
Pin assignment on board
1 - Key Prog/Esc
3 - Key Feed
5 - Key Cut
7 - Key Online
9 - E1 (CS1)
11 - RS (A0)
13 - R/ nW
15 - LED Error
17 - +5V
19 - GND
21 - GND
23 - nReset
24 - E2 (CS2)
22 - E
20 - GND
18 - + 5V
16 - D7
14 - D6
12 - D5
10 - D4
8 - D3
6 - D2
4 - D1
2 - D0
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Power Supply
Layout
CPU board
Output stage boards
Printhead
Connectors
Picture
Power supply
connector type
Counterpart
Output stage board
AMP
0-644465-6
MTA 156
18 AWG
AMP
640389-6
Printhead
JST
VHR-8N
JST
B8PS-VH
(at printhead)
CPU board
JST
VHR-9N
JST
B9PS-VH
Pin assignment power supply
connector
3 - + 45V
2 - GND
1 - + 5V
4 - GND
5 - + 45V
6 - GND
5 - GND
6 - GND
7 - GND
8 - GND
4 - + 24V ±3%
3 - + 24V ±3%
2 - + 24V ±3%
1 - + 24V ±3%
5 - GND
6 - + 45V
7 - + 45V
8 - GND
9 - GND
4 - Power Fail
3 - Temperature S
2 - GND
1 - + 5V
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Specifications
Power
•
•
Maximum continuous average output power: 196 W.
Peak power: 276 W.
¯ Peak must not last longer than 30 ms.
¯ Limitation of peaks per minute: max. 3.
Voltage range
[6]
Output
Range
Max.
Min.
+45 V
+5%
-10%
+47.25 V
+40.5 V
+24 V
±3%
+24.72 V
+23.28 V
+5 V
±5%
+5.25 V
+4.75 V
Output voltage ranges.
¯ Precondition to be able to measure the output voltages correctly, is, that
a minimum output current of 0.3 A is drawn from the 5 V output (minimal
load). This is e. g. reached by connecting the CPU board to the power supply.
¯ At the 24 V and 45 V outputs, no minimum output current is required to
measure the voltages correctly.
Current range
[7]
Output
Min.
Typical
Peak
+45 V
0,0 A
2A
2.8 A
+24 V
0,0 A
3,8 A
7A
+5 V
0.3 A
3.0 A
4.0 A
Output current ranges.
¯ The 24 V output provides a continuous current of 6 A for 10 s in typical
operation.
¯ Without a minimum load at the 5 V output, the voltage at 24 V and 45 V
supply should not be higher than 28 V and 50 V respectively.
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Sensor settings
Setting sensors (AP 4.4/AP 5.4)
The following cases require the sensor or all sensors to be set newly:
•
•
•
Punch sensor
A sensor was replaced
The CPU board was replaced
A punch sensor fork with additional reflex sensor was mounted (only possible
with AP 5.4).
1. Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor Adjust.
P For more information about production mode, refer to the description of parameter SYSTEM PARAMETERS > Access authoriz..
The following message shows up:
Sensor Adjust
140 Punch 16
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 140).
The right value is the sensor value read back.
The more light the sensor receives, the less is the read back value.
2. Remove any material from the label sensor fork.
3. Increase or decrease the control value by pressing the Feed or Cut button
until the read back value is in the range of 8..20 (best at 13..15).
4. Insert some standard material backing paper (labels peeled off) to verify the
read back value.
¯ Glossy side up.
¯ The backing paper must cover the light barrier.
The read back value should match the range of 40..90.
5. Insert some standard self-adhesive material (paper label on backing paper)
to verify the read back value.
The read back value should match the range of 100..220 and it must be more
than 50 (best: 100) digits higher than the value measured with bare backing
paper.
If the value doesn´t match this range: modify the control value by pressing the
Cut or Feed button.
6. Press the Online button to save the setting.
7. Press the Esc button to exit the parameter.
With this, the punch sensor is set.
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Ribbon sensor
1. Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor Adjust.
2. Press the Online button repeatedly, until the following is displayed:
Sensor Adjust
128 Foil 6
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 128).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 6).
3. Turn the ribbon unwinding mandrel by hand and watch the read back value.
Sensor uncovered: the value should match the range 5..7.
Sensor covered: the value should match the range 220..255.
If the value doesn´t match this range: modify the control value by pressing the
Cut or Feed button.
4. Press the Online button to save the setting.
5. Press the Esc button to exit the parameter.
With this, the ribbon sensor is set.
Printhead
sensor
1. Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor Adjust.
2. Press the Online button repeatedly, until the following is displayed:
Sensor Adjust
128 Head 236
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 128).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 236).
3. Open and close the pressure lever by hand and watch the read back value.
Pressure lever open: the value should match the range 5..7.
Pressure lever closed: the value should match the range 220..255.
4. Press the Online button to save the setting.
5. Press the Esc button to exit the parameter.
By doing so, the printhead sensor is set.
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Reflex sensor
¯ Setting only for AP 5.4 with optional reflex mark label sensor!
1. Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor Adjust.
2. Press the Online button repeatedly, until the following is displayed:
Sensor Adjust
112 Reflex 17
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 112).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 17).
3. Insert some white paper.
4. Increase or decrease the control value until the read back value matches the
range of 8..20 (best: 10).
5. Remove the white paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 50..160.
6. Insert some black paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 190..255.
7. Press the Online button to save the setting.
By doing so, the reflex sensor is set.
Punch sensor
for short labels
¯ Setting only for AP 5.4 dispenser with optional punch sensor for short
labels!
P For further information about this punch sensor, see topic section
Service Mechanics, paragraph „Punch sensor for short labels“.
1. Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor Adjust.
2. Press the Online button repeatedly, until the following is displayed:
Sensor Adjust
140 optn.1 7
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 140).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 7).
3. Remove any material from the label sensor fork.
4. Increase or decrease the control value by pressing the Feed or Cut button
until the read back value is in the range of 8..20 (best at 13..15).
5. Insert some standard material backing paper (labels peeled off) to verify the
read back value.
The read back value should match the range of 30..90.
6. Insert some standard self-adhesive material (paper label on backing paper)
to verify the read back value.
The read back value should match the range of 100..220 and it must be more
than 50 (best: 100) digits higher than the value measured with bare backing
paper.
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If the value doesn´t match this range: modify the control value by pressing the
Cut or Feed button.
7. Press the Online button to save the setting.
8. Press the Esc button to exit the parameter.
With this, the punch sensor is set.
Setting sensors (AP 7.t)
The following cases require the sensor or all sensors to be set newly:
•
•
•
A sensor was replaced
The CPU board was replaced
A punch sensor fork with additional reflex sensor was mounted.
This is how to set the sensors:
Punch sensor
« Start the printer in production mode and call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION >
Sensor adjust.
P For more information about production mode, refer to the description of
parameter SYSTEM PARAMETERS > Access authoriz..
¯ To jump to the next sensor without changing the current settings, press
the online button.
The following message shows up:
Sensor Adjust
140 Punch 16
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 140).
The right value is the sensor value read back.
The more light the sensor receives, the less is the read back value.
Changing the setting:
1. Remove any material from the label sensor fork.
2. Increase or decrease the control value by pressing the Feed or Cut button
until the read back value is in the range of 8..20 (best at 13..15).
3. Insert some standard material backing paper (labels peeled off) to verify the
read back value.
¯ Glossy side up.
¯ The backing paper must cover the light barrier.
The read back value should match the range of 40..90.
4. Insert some standard self-adhesive material (paper label on backing paper)
to verify the read back value.
The read back value should match the range of 100..220 and it must be more
than 50 (best: 100) digits higher than the value measured with bare backing
paper.
If the value doesn´t match this range: modify the control value by pressing the
Cut or Feed button.
5. Press the Online button to save the setting.
Ribbon sensor
Next, the settings of the ribbon sensor are displayed:
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128 Foil 6
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 128).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 6).
1. Turn the ribbon unwinding mandrel by hand and watch the read back value.
Sensor uncovered: the value should match the range 5..7.
Sensor covered: the value should match the range 220..255.
If the value doesn´t match this range: modify the control value by pressing the
Cut or Feed button.
2. Press the Online button to save the setting.
With this, the ribbon sensor is set.
Pressure roll
switch
Next, the settings of the pressure roll switch are displayed:
Sensor Adjust
128 Lever 236
¯ Because this is a switch, not a light barrier, the function can only be
checked. Settings are not possible.
Left value: 128 (stays unchanged)
Right value:
– 0 (Pressure roll lever open)
– 220…255 (Pressure roll lever locked)
3. Open and close the pressure roll lever by hand and watch the read back
value.
4. Press the Online button.
Reflex sensor
(bottom)
Next, the settings of the bottom reflex sensor are displayed:
Sensor Adjust
112 Reflex 17
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 112).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 17).
¯ The bottom reflex sensor is an optional component. If the printer doesn't
have a bottom reflex sensor built in, skip this section by pressing the Online
button.
1. Insert some white paper.
¯ The paper stripe must be pulled tight while the setting is checked, similar
to the conditions during printing operation.
¯ If the printer is equipped with an additional reflex sensor on the top side,
the test paper must be light-proof! Put thick enough cardbord under the
paper, if it is not.
2. Increase or decrease the control value until the read back value matches the
range of 8..20 (best: 10).
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3. Remove the white paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 50..160.
¯ Proceed the preceding step only if the printer doesn´t have a top side
reflex sensor.
4. Insert some black paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 190..255.
¯ The paper stripe must be pulled tight while the setting is checked, similar
to the conditions during printing operation.
¯ If the printer is equipped with an additional reflex sensor on the top side,
the test paper must be light-proof! Put thick enough cardbord under the
paper, if it is not.
5. Press the Online button to save the setting.
By doing so, the reflex sensor is set.
Reflex sensor
(top)
Next, the settings of the top reflex sensor are displayed:
Sensor Adjust
112 Refl O 17
The left value is the control value for the LED current (Default: 112).
The right value is the sensor value read back (here: 17).
¯ The top reflex sensor is an optional component. If the printer doesn't have
a top reflex sensor built in, skip this section by pressing the Online button.
1. Insert some white paper.
¯ The paper stripe must be pulled tight while the setting is checked, similar
to the conditions during printing operation.
¯ If the printer is equipped with an additional reflex sensor on the top side,
the test paper must be light-proof! Put thick enough cardbord over the paper,
if it is not.
2. Increase or decrease the control value until the read back value matches the
range of 8..20 (best: 10).
3. Remove the white paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 50..160.
¯ Proceed the preceding step only if the printer doesn´t have a bottom side
reflex sensor.
4. Insert some black paper to verify the read back value. It should match the
range of 190..255.
¯ The paper stripe must be pulled tight while the setting is checked, similar
to the conditions during printing operation.
¯ If the printer is equipped with an additional bottom reflex sensor, the test
paper must be light-proof! Put thick enough cardbord over the paper, if it is
not.
5. Press the Online button to save the setting.
By doing so, the reflex sensor is set.
Cover switch
Next following the settings of the cover switch appear.
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¯ Because this is a switch, not a light barrier, the function can only be
checked. Settings are not possible.
Left value: 128 (stays unchanged)
Right value:
– 0 (cover closed)
– 220…255 (cover opened)
6. Open and close the front cover of the printer and watch the read back value.
7. Press the Cut+Online+Feed buttons simultaneously to save the settings and
to restart the printer.
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Setting the material end sensor
These printer types are equipped with a single light sensor which is designed
to detect both, punches and material end. The sensor must be able to detect
three different states:
•
•
•
No material
Only backing paper
Backing paper + label face
The parameter SERVICE FUNCTION > Matend adjust can set the limit between being
recognized as „only backing paper“ or as „material end“ [4].
¯ Before you even think about changing the setting of this parameter, make
sure that the sensor is correctly adjusted!
P How to? - Read about in paragraph Setting sensors (AP 4.4/AP 5.4) on
page 25 respectively in paragraph Setting sensors (AP 7.t) on page 28.
Proceed as follows to set the materialend sensor:
1. Call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION > Matend adjust:
Matend adjust
yyy Level :
xx
2. Take the label material out of the sensor fork.
3. Set the value xx to 20 by pressing the Cut/Feed buttons.
All measured values below the set limit (that is <20), are recognized by the
electronics as material end, values lying above are recognized as „only
backing paper“.
¯ To be able to process transparent label stock, the parameter has to be set
to zero.
Light barrier measurement range
Z0212.cdr
255
Measurement range
backing paper +
label stock
Evaluation range
for punch recognition
Measurement range
only backing paper
Measurement range
without material
[4]
20
0
Evaluation range
for material end
The measurement ranges of the combined punch/material end sensor of the AP 4.4/
AP 5.4/AP7.t - schematically illustrated.
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General notes
« Activating the sensor test: call parameter SERVICE FUNCTION > Sensor test.
By means of the sensor test, you can check the function of each sensor:
Sensor test
0.01 Punch
Sensor #
[5]
11
Sensor name
Value
Display after calling „Sensor test“.
Digital sensors
•
Some sensors work digitally, what means that they don´t provide a value
range, but the two values „1“ or „0“.
Analog sensors
•
If the value shown on the printer display exceeds the range given in the chart
below, the respective sensor is possibly dirty and has to be cleaned (blow the
dirt off with compressed air).
•
Check the sensor function, e.g. by covering it. If the displayed value doesn´t
change when the sensor is covered, it is possibly not connected or defective.
•
General rule for all analog sensor values:
– Full light leads to values <= 10
– No light leads to values >= 220
•
To sensors which function as a switch applies the following: Values between
10 and 220 mean that the sensor is poorly set, dirty or close to the end of its
life.
Sensors on the CPU board (AP 4.4/AP 5.4)
Sensor Sensor
#
name
Connector # Typical value Condition
0.01
CN 905
0.02
Punch
Foil
CN 906
8-20
No material in light
barrier
30-90
Only backing paper in
light barrier
140-255
Label material in light
barrier
4-8
220-255
0.03
Lever
CN 907
4-8
220-255
[Tab. 8]
Light barrier open
Light barrier covered
Light barrier open
Light barrier covered
Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the CPU board
(AP 4.4/AP 5.4).
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#
name
Connector # Typical value Condition
0.04
CN 908
0.05
Reflex
Optn. 1
CN 909
7-30
White material over
sensor
30-180
No material
180-255
Black material over
sensor
0-255
analogous
Reserved for special
functions
Punch sensor for short labels: a)
0.06
Optn. 2
CN 910
0.07
H-Temp CN 901-903
8-20
No material in light
barrier
30-90
Only backing paper in
light barrier
140-255
Label material in light
barrier
0-255
analogous
Reserved
appr. 100-140 Printhead is very hot
appr. 141-255 Normal printhead
temperature
0.08
P-Temp CN 701
0.09
H-Supp
0.10
0.11
0.12
0.13
[Tab. 8]
CN 901-903
M-Supp CN 701
Start
O Foil
H (°C)
CN 803/804
calculated
value
Value
calculated
out of 0.07
Power supply
temperature (depends on
the PS type)
0
No 5 V supply for
printhead b)
1
5 V supply for printhead
o.k.
0
No motor supply voltage
1
Motor supply voltage o.k.
0
Start signal low (IN1)
1
Start signal high
0
Foil diameter unknown
appr. 35-80
Foil diameter in mm
appr. 25-70
Temperature at printhead
in °C c)
(Cont.)Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the CPU board
(AP 4.4/AP 5.4).
a) Special functions.
b) Occurs e.g., if the printhead is connected to the wrong connector on the CPU board
(three possibilities).
c) Below 30°C the measurement is not accurate.
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¯ If the printer is equipped with both reflex sensors (top and bottom), the
following must be taken into account:
– The sensor value of the open sensor („No material“) can not be read back.
– The label material applied for setting purposes must in any case be lighttight. If any light shines through, light-tight material (e.g. cardboard) must
be layed under the label material.
Sensor Sensor
#
name
Connector # Typical value Condition
0.01
CN 905
0.02
Punch
Foil
CN 906
8-20
No material in light
barrier
30-90
Only backing paper in
light barrier
140-255
Label material in light
barrier
4-8
220-255
0.03
0.04
0.05
0.06
Lever
Reflex
CN 907
CN 908
Reflex O CN 909
Cover
CN 910
4-8
H-Temp CN 901-903
Light barrier covered
Light barrier open
220-255
Light barrier covered
7-30
White material over
sensor
30-180
No material
180-255
Black material over
sensor
7-30
White material over
sensor
30-180
No material
180-255
Black material over
sensor
0
220-255
0.07
Light barrier open
Cover closed
Cover open
appr. 100-140 Printhead is very hot
appr. 141-255 Normal printhead
temperature
0.08
P-Temp CN 701
0.09
H-Supp
CN 901-903
Power supply
temperature (depends on
the PS type)
0
255
[Tab. 9]
No 5 V supply for
printhead a)
5 V supply for printhead
o.k.
Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the CPU board
(AP 7.t).
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Sensor Sensor
#
name
0.10
0.11
Connector # Typical value Condition
M-Supp CN 701
Start
0
No motor supply voltage
255
Motor supply voltage o.k.
CN 803/804
0
Start signal low (IN1)
255
0.12
0.13
[Tab. 9]
O Foil
H (°C)
calculated
value
Value
calculated
out of 0.07
Start signal high
0
Foil diameter unknown
appr. 35-80
Foil diameter in mm
appr. 25-70
Temperature at printhead
in °C b)
(Cont.)Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the CPU board
(AP 7.t).
a) Occurs e.g., if the printhead is connected to the wrong connector on the CPU board
(three possibilities).
b) Below 30°C the measurement is not accurate.
Sensors on the stepper motor output stage board
(AP 5.4)
Sensor Sensor Connector Periph.
#
name #
4.01
Peri. 1
J4
Dispensing
edge light
barrier
Typical Condition
value
0
255
Cutter
<=10
255
External
Rewinder
[Tab. 10]
Dispensing edge
light barrier open
Dispensing edge
light barrier covered
Cutter in end
position
Cutter not in end
position
0…255 Dancer arm position
Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the output stage board
(stepper motor, AP 5.4).
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Sensors on the stepper motor output stage board
(AP 7.t)
Sensor Sensor
#
name
Connector # Typical value Condition
1.01
Option
J4
--
Without function
1.02
Option
J8
--
Without function
3.01
Headlift
J4
<=10
Printhead sensor open
>=220
Printhead sensor
covered
Without function
3.02
Option
J8
--
4.01
Peri. 1
J4
255
4.02
Peri. 2
J8
Light barrier covered
(TCS: Top blade at the
upper limit position)
<=10
Light barrier open
<=10
(TCS-) cover switch
closed and stacker not
full
255
(TCS-) cover switch open
or stacker full
[Tab. 11] Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the output stage board
(AP 7.t).
Sensors on the BLDC motor output stage board (AP 5.4)
¯ Only valid for…
– „AP 5.4 peripheral with internal rewinder“, or
– „AP 5.4 basic“, with retrofitted internal rewinder,
– if the dispensing edge light barrier is connected to the BLDC output stage
board.
Sensor Sensor
#
name
Connector #
8.01
J4
8.02
Rew.S.
O Rew
calculated
Value
Typical
value
Condition
0
Dispensing edge light barrier
open
255
Dispensing edge light barrier
covered
0
Ø of the backing paper
rewinder roll is not known
ca. 35120
Ø of the backing paper
rewinder roll in milimeters
[Tab. 12] Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the BLDC motor output
stage board (AP 5.4).
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Sensors on the I/O board:
Sensor Sensor
#
name
Connector # Typical
value
Condition
15.01
CN 803/804
0
Start signal activated
1
Default start signal a)
0
Feed signal activated
1
Default feed signal
0
Pause signal activated
15.02
15.03
15.04
15.05
Start
Feed
Pause
Reprt
T (us)
CN 804
CN 804
CN 804
CN 804
101
Dynamic signal, see T and F
255
Default pause signal
0
Reprint signal aktivated
1
Default reprint signal
0
APSF signal periodic time
< 1 µs
1-254
255
15.06
15.07
T (ms)
F (Hz)
CN 804
CN804
0
CN804
APSF signal periodic time
< 1 ms
Periodic time in ms
255
Invalid value
0
255
F100Hz
Periodic time > 254 µs
1-13
76-254
15.08
Periodic time in µs
0
APSF signal frequency
< 76 Hz
Frequency in Hz
Frequency more than
254 Hz
APSF signal frequency
< 100 Hz
1-ca. 140 Frequency in multiples of
100 Hz b)
[Tab. 13]
Sensor test conditions for sensors, which are connected to the I/O board.
a) Is identical with 0.12
b) Take care about the maximum frequency rating of the I/O-board!