Canon BJC-6200 Technical information

REVISION 0
Apr. 2000
QY8-1370-000
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I. ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual consists of three parts containing information for servicing the product.
Product
Specifications
Part 1: Product Specifications
Product overview and specifications.
Disassembly and reassembly procedures are not fully covered in this manual. Refer to the
separate Parts Catalog instead.
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Appendix
Part 3: Appendix
Block diagrams, information on the hardware technologies, and pin configurations.
Troubleshooting
Part 2: Troubleshooting
A guide to troubleshooting the product and identifying the parts and units needing replacement.
Troubleshooting is described according to problem descriptions as well as error indications by the status
indicator.
II. TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Part 1: PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1. PRODUCT OUTLINE
1.1 Product Outline
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Printer Specifications
2.1.1 Printer specifications
2.1.2 Printer service life
2.2 Paper Specifications
2.2.1 Paper sizes and weights
2.2.2 Paper types and handling
2.2.3 Printable area
2.3 BJ Cartridge Specifications
2.4 Optional Scanner Cartridge Specifications
2.4.1 Scannable area
2.5 Printer and Scanner Drivers
3. PACKING CONFIGURATION
4. PARTS CODE LIST
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1. PRINTER OPERATION
1.1 Status Indicator
1.1.1 Status display via the indicator
2. SERVICING
2.1 Before Troubleshooting
2.2 Detectable Problems from System Start to Exit
2.3 Troubleshooting Problems
2.4 Troubleshooting With Error Indications
3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
3.1 Cautions for Disassembly and Reassembly
3.1.1 Ink stains (Ink path/ink mist)
3.1.2 Static electricity damage
3.1.3 Spur tips deformation
3.1.4 Feed gear damage
3.1.5 Tap screw removal and installation
3.2 Exploded View
3.3 Disassembly and Reassembly
3.3.1 Carriage lock release
3.3.2 Removing and installing tap screws
3.3.3 Removing the upper cover unit
3.3.4 Removing the printer unit
3.3.5 Removing the pressure roller unit
3.3.6 Spur positions on the spur base unit
3.3.7 Removing the ASF unit
3.3.8 Removing the head gap adjustment section
3.4 Adjustments and Settings After Disassembly and Reassembly
3.4.1 Adjustments
3.4.2 Applying grease
3.4.3 Print head position adjustment
3.4.4 Setting the EEPROM
3.4.5 Adjusting the carriage belt tension
3.4.6 Adjusting the head gap
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4. OPERATION CHECK AFTER DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
4.1 Check Procedure
5. TRANSPORTING THE PRINTER
5.1 Preparation for Transport
6. PARTS REPLACEMENT, PERIODIC INSPECTIONS, & TOOLS
6.1 Parts Replacement
6.2 Periodic Inspections
6.3 Tool List
6.4 Operation with the Printer's Operation Panel
6.4.1 Cleaning
6.4.2 Printing the nozzle check pattern
6.4.3 Roller cleaning
7. SERVICE-RELATED FEATURES
7.1 Service Mode Operations
7.2 Service/Factory Test Printout
7.3 Printing the EEPROM Information
7.4 Resetting the EEPROM
7.5 Setting the Model with the EEPROM
7.6 Ink Availability Check
7.7 Auto Print Head Position Adjustment
7.8 Power Off/Carriage Lock
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1. TECHNICAL REFERENCE
1.1 Print Mode List
1.2 Purge Unit's Capping and Cleaning Functions
1.3 Cautions About the Inks
1.4 Operation with a Computer
1.4.1 Setting functions with the printer driver
1.5 Detection Functions by Sensors
1.6 Electronic Circuit Description
1.6.1 Circuit block diagram
1.6.2 Power source line block diagram
2. CONNECTOR LOCATIONS AND PIN CONFIGURATIONS
2.1 Carriage Board
2.2 BJ Cartridge
2.3 Scanner Cartridge (Optional)
2.4 AC Adapter
2.5 DC Power Cable
2.6 Carriage Motor
2.7 Paper Feed Motor
2.8 ASF Motor
2.9 Ink Sensor
2.10 Printing Position Sensor
2.11 Purge Sensor Connector
2.12 Circuit Diagrams
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III. ILLUSTRATION INDEX
Part 1: PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
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Operation Panel
Exploded View
Carriage Lock Release
Upper Cover Unit Removal and Installation
Removing the Printer Unit
Removing the Pressure Roller Unit
Spur Positions on the Spur Base Unit (Bottom View)
Removing the ASF Unit
Carriage Shaft Position Adjustment Bearing
Applying Grease
Print Position Adjustment Pattern
Carriage Belt Tension Adjustment
Head Gap Adjustment 1
Head Gap Adjustment 2
Nozzle Check Pattern Printout (Color Sample)
Service/Factory Test Printout (Sample)
EEPROM Information Printout (Sample)
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Printer Driver Utilities (Sample)
Sensor Locations
Block Diagram
Power Source Line Block Diagram
Control Board
Printer Diagram
Carriage Board
BJ Cartridge
Scanner Cartridge
AC Adapter
DC Power Cable
Carriage Motor
Paper Feed Motor
ASF Motor
Ink Sensor
Print Position Sensor
Purge Sensor
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ERROR INDICATIONS
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PRINT MODE LIST
INK CONSUMPTION DURING CLEANING (GENERAL GUIDE)
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1. PRODUCT OUTLINE
1.1 Product Outline
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Printer Specifications
2.2 Paper Specifications
2.3 BJ Cartridge Specifications
2.4 Optional Scanner Cartridge Specifications
2.5 Printer and Scanner Drivers
3. PACKING CONFIGURATION
4. PARTS CODE LIST
Part 1: Product Specifications
BJC-6200
1. PRODUCT OUTLINE
1.1 Product Outline
"Standard Color Printer for Personal Use"
Operation Panel
Paper Guide
Paper Support
Front Cover
Auto Sheet Feeder
USB Interface Port
Paper Output Tray
Parallel Interface Port
Paper Thickness
Lever
Cartridge Container
Black
(Optional)
Color
BJ Cartridges
Photo
(Optional)
Figure 1-1 Printer Appearance
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Scanner Cartridge
(Optional)
Product
Specifications
1) Dual cartridge system for high-speed monochrome printing and high-speed color printing.
2) Printer cartridge incorporates ink drop modulation technology for high-quality 1440 × 720 dpi printing.
3) Separate ink cartridges and tanks for all colors to reduce running costs.
4) USB interface enables connection to Windows 98/2000, iMac, and Power Macintosh G3/G4 computers.
5) Optional drop-in scanner cartridge.
6) Photo cartridge enables six-color, density-matched photo-quality printing.
7) Black cartridge contains pigment-colored ink for truer black text printing.
8) Highly precision ink-low detection with an optical system and dot count.
9) Stabilized image printing with the easy to use automatic print position adjustment.
Part 1: Product Specifications
BJC-6200
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Printer Specifications
2.1.1 Printer specifications
Type
Paper Feed System
Resolution
Throughput (Reference
only)
Printing Direction
Max. Printing Width
Interface
ASF Capacity
Sensors
Operating Noise
Ambient Conditions
Power Source
External
Dimensions
Required Space
Weight
Standard
Conformance
Desktop serial printer
Automatic feed only (No manual feed)
1440 × 720 dpi (Max. resolution)
High-speed
BC-30 + BC-31 Cartridge
Black Text (PC Magazine)
New monochrome pattern (J)
New color pattern (J)
BC-32 Photo + BC-31 Cartridge
Full Address Printing
9.6 ppm
10 ppm *
7 ppm *
Standard
7.7 ppm
8.3 ppm *
3.7 ppm *
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High-quality
1.7 ppm
2.0 ppm
1.2 ppm
0.14 ppm *
* Catalog specification.
HS mode (180 × 180 dpi):
Bidirectional
HQ mode (360 × 360 dpi, 720 × 720 dpi):
Unidirectional/Bidirectional
Fine mode (360 × 360 dpi, 720 × 720 dpi, 1440 × 1440 dpi):
Bidirectional
203 mm
USB, IEEE 1284-standard, 8-bit parallel (Compatible/Nibble/ECP)
Plain paper:
Max. 10 mm (Approx. 100 sheets with 64 g/m2)
BJ Printer paper:
Max. 10 mm (Approx. 80 sheets of high-quality paper)
• Front cover-open sensor
• Printing position sensor
• BJ cartridge sensor
• Paper sensor
• BJ cartridge ID sensor
• Waste-ink capacity sensor
• No-ink sensor
• Paper width sensor: None
• Internal temperature sensor
Approx. 45 dB (A) Sound pressure level conforms to ISO 9296.
During operation:
Temperature 5°C-35°C (41°F-95°F)
Humidity 10%-90% RH (No condensation)
During non-operation:
Temperature 0°C-35°C (32°F-95°F)
Humidity 5%-95% RH (No condensation)
Power voltage/frequency
Power consumption
During standby
100-120 VAC 50/60 Hz
Approx. 30 W
3.5 W
220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz
Approx. 30 W
3.5 W
Approx. 455 mm (W) × 312 mm (D) × 173 mm (H)
(With retracted paper support and no output tray.)
Approx. 455 mm (W) × 562 mm (D) × 248 mm (H)
(With output tray and retracted paper support.)
Approx. 4.1 kg
Radio-wave interference: FCC, IC, CE Mark, Taiwan EMC, C-Tick, VCCI
Electrical safety: UL, C-UL, CB Report, GS, CE Mark, FIMKO, SEMCO, IEC, AS, CCIB,
SISIR, Korean Electric Commerce, NEMKO
Environmental: Energy Star, Blue Angel
2.1.2 Printer service life
The printer's service life extends until any of the following conditions is attained:
(1) A total of 20,000 sheets are printed with 1,500 character standard in black ink.
(2) A total of 6,000 sheets are printed at 7.5% duty per color.
(3) Five years of operation elapses.
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BJC-6200
2.2 Paper Specifications
2.2.1 Paper sizes and weights
2.2.2 Paper types and handling
Type
Plain paper
Plain paper for
Color BJ
High-quality
paper
Photo glossy
paper
Glossy film
Transparency
film
Back print
film
Banner
T-shirt
transfer
Photo glossy
card
Postcard
Envelope
LC-301*
Size
A4/B5/LTR/LGL/
A5 (Portrait/
Landscape)
A4/LTR
ASF Capacity
Paper Thickness Lever Position
Approx. 10 mm or less
Up
(Approx. 100 sheets of 64 g
weight)
Approx. 10 mm or less
Up
HR-101*
A4/LTR
Approx. 10 mm or less
Up
GP-301*
A4/LTR
Less than 10 sheets
Up
HG-201*
CF-102*
A4/LTR
A4/LTR
1 sheet
Less than 30 sheets
Up
Up
BF-102*
A4/LTR
Less than 10 sheets
Up
BP-101*
TR-201*
A4/LTR
A4/LTR
1 sheet
1 sheet
Down
Down
FM-101*
120 mm × 216 mm
1 sheet
Up
COM #10
DL-size
100 mm × 148 mm
241 mm × 105 mm
220 mm × 110 mm
Less than 40 sheets
Less than 10 sheets
Less than 10 sheets
Up
Down
Down
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* Paper dedicated to BJ printers.
If the Paper Thickness Lever is not properly set, problems with paper feeding or printing
may occur.
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Specifications
(1) Paper sizes
A4, B5, A5, A5 landscape, letter, legal, envelope (C4 and C6), postcard
(2) Weight
64 g - 105 g/m2 for auto feeding
Part 1: Product Specifications
BJC-6200
2.2.3 Printable area
A4/A5/B5/Letter (LTR)/Legal (LGL)/
3.0mm
Envelope
3.0mm
32mm
5.0mm
6.4mm
(COM#10: 31.4mm)
(DL size: 10.4mm)
(2) 26mm
(1) 23mm
5.0mm
3.4mm: A4/A5/B5
6.4mm: LTR/ LGL
3.4mm: A4/A5/B5
6.3mm: LTR/ LGL
Banner Paper
3mm
3.4mm
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4
5
6
3.4mm
Max. 6 sheets printable. After printing, the seventh sheet is cut off.
32mm
: Recommended printing area
: Printable area
(1) For monochrome printing.
(2) For color or photo-quality printing.
Figure 1-2 Printable Area
2.3 BJ Cartridge Specifications
Ink colors
Tank
Black BJ Cartridge
BC-30
Detachable ink tank
160 nozzles (Vertical array)
Bk (160 nozzles × 1)
Pigment black
BCI-3BK
Color BJ Cartridge
BC-31
Detachable ink tank
144 nozzles (Vertical array)
C, M, Y (48 nozzles × 3)
Dye C, M, Y
BCI-3C, BCI-3M, BCI-3Y
Weight
Service Life
Printable
Sheets
60 g (w/o ink tank)
Approx. 5000 sheets
Approx. 500 sheets/tank
(1,500 black characters/page)
60 g (w/o ink tank)
Approx. 3000 sheets
Approx. 280* sheets/tank
(7.5% printing per color)
Construction
Head
* Based on the printable area of A4 paper.
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Photo BJ Cartridge
BC-32 Photo
Detachable ink tank
144 nozzles (Vertical array)
Bk, C, M (48 nozzles × 3)
Dye PBk, PC, PM
BCI-3BK Photo, BCI-3PC Photo, BCI3PM Photo
60 g (w/o ink tank)
Approx. 3000 sheets
Approx. 280* sheets/tank
(7.5% printing per color)
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BJC-6200
2.4 Optional Scanner Cartridge Specifications
IS-32
Cartridge replacement type color scanner
90 × 90, 180 × 180, 200 × 180, 300 × 360, 360 × 360, 720 × 720
256-pixel, linear (single line) CCD
RGB (Red, Green, Blue)
RGB-switching progressive scanning
Document inserted in scanning holder and fed via the ASF
ECP/Nibble
Approx. 41 mm (W) × 90 mm (D) × 77 mm (H)
Approx. 100 g
Printer setting for scanning: Paper thickness lever must be up.
Paper sizes for scanning: A4/LTR size or smaller (with BJ F620)
Paper thickness for scanning: 0.25 mm or less
Approx. 3 min. 14 sec. (DTP color mode: A4, 180 dpi)
Approx. 6 min. 15 sec. (Photo mode: A4, 360 dpi)
Scanning Time (reference)*
* Measurement Conditions
• Computer: Dell XPS T550 (Pentium III 550 MHz, 256MB RAM)
• Interface: Parallel interface, ECP mode
• Scanning paper size: A4
• The scanning time spans from the start of the carriage scanning operation to the output of the document.
2.4.1 Scannable area
When scanning a document, be sure to use the scanning holder to prevent paper jamming. Align the document
with the scanning baseline when placing it in the scanning holder.
3.4mm
6mm
32mm
Scanning baseline
Scanning area
Recommended scanning area
Document
21mm
Scanning holder
Figure 1-3 Scannable Area
The document sizes and scanning area are listed below.
Document
Postcard
A5
B5
A4**
Letter**
Size (W × H) mm
100.0 × 148.0
148.0 × 210.0
182.0 × 257.0
210.0 × 297.0
215.9 × 279.4 (8.5 × 11.0 in.)
Scannable Area* (W × H) mm
93.2 × 138.0
141.2 × 200.0
175.2 × 247.0
203.2 × 287.0
208.2 × 269.4
** The actual scannable area may vary slightly depending on the monitor's display resolution and the
scanner's scanning resolution.
** If the B5 Scanning Holder (provided with Scanner Cartridge IS-32) is used to scan a large-size
document, the optional A4/LTR Scanning Holder (SH-101) will be required.
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Specifications
Designation
Type
Resolution (dpi)
Imaging Sensor
Light Source
Scanning System/Direction
Document Feeding
Interface
External Dimensions
Weight
Other Specifications
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BJC-6200
2.5 Printer and Scanner Drivers
The drivers and interface ports that can be used with the printer are listed below.
Windows 95/98
Windows NT4.0
Windows 2000
Macintosh
Printer Driver
Parallel I/F
USB I/F
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▲*
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✕
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●*
--●**
Scanner Driver
Parallel I/F
USB I/F
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▲*
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✕
●***
●*
--●**
●:
*
**
Compatible. ▲: Conditionally compatible. ✕: Incompatible.
For USB, compatibility is assured only with personal computers with Windows 98/2000 preinstalled.
Compatible with iMac and Power Macintosh G3. iMac running on Mac OS 8.1 requires iMac updater
1.0.
*** Common driver for Windows 95/98/NT 4.0/2000. Operates in Nibble or ECP mode.
1) Window Drivers
Win 95/98 BJ raster printer driver (IEEE 1284, 8-bit parallel and USB supported)
Win NT 4.0 BJ raster printer driver
Win 2000 BJ raster printer driver
Windows 95/98/NT 4.0/2000 scanner driver IS Scan
2) Macintosh Drivers
Mac BJ printer driver (USB)
Mac scanner driver IS Scan (USB)
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BJC-6200
3. PACKING CONFIGURATION
After opening the package, make sure all the items below have been included.
Quick Start Guide
Product
Specifications
Cartridge Container
User Manuals
Ink Tanks
BJ Cartridges
Printer
Power Cord
Output Tray
Packing Materials
Tape
Packing Materials
Tape
Tape
Packing Materials
Tape
Figure 1-4 Packing Configuration
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BJC-6200
4. PARTS CODE LIST
A list of printer parts, consumables, and optional equipment are listed below.
Table 1-1 PARTS CODE LIST
Item
Printer
BJ cartridge
Ink cartridge
Cartridge storage box
Scanner cartridge
A4/LTR scanning
holder
Black
Color
Photo
Black
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Photo black
Photo cyan
Photo magenta
Scanning holder
Standard white sheet
Designation
BJC-6200
BC-30
BC-31
BC-32 Photo
BCI-1BK
BCI-3C
BCI-3M
BCI-3Y
BCI-3PBK Photo
BCI-3PC Photo
BCI-3PM Photo
SB-30
IS-32
SH-101
Product Code
Q30-3310
Q30-3312
F45-1471
F45-1481
F45-1501
F47-2171
F47-2181
F47-2191
F47-2201
F47-2231
F47-2211
F47-2221
Q70-4040
Q70-4070
Q70-3640
* Items included with BJC-6200: BC-30, BC-31, BCI-3BK, BCI-3C, BCI-3M, BCI-3Y,
SB-30.
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1. PRINTER OPERATION
1.1 Status Indicator
2. SERVICING
2.1 Before Troubleshooting
2.2 Detectable Problems from System Start to Exit
2.3 Troubleshooting Problems
2.4 Troubleshooting With Error Indications
3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
3.1 Cautions for Disassembly and Reassembly
3.2 Exploded View
3.3 Disassembly and Reassembly
3.4 Adjustments and Settings After Disassembly and Reassembly
4. OPERATION CHECK AFTER DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
4.1 Check Procedure
5. TRANSPORTING THE PRINTER
5.1 Preparation for Transport
6. PARTS REPLACEMENT, PERIODIC INSPECTIONS, & TOOLS
6.1 Parts Replacement
6.2 Periodic Inspections
6.3 Tool List
6.4 Operation with the Printer's Operation Panel
7. SERVICE-RELATED FEATURES
7.1 Service Mode Operations
7.2 Service/Factory Test Printout
7.3 Printing the EEPROM Information
7.4 Resetting the EEPROM
7.5 Setting the Model with the EEPROM
7.6 Ink Availability Check
7.7 Auto Print Head Position Adjustment
7.8 Power Off/Carriage Lock
Part 2: Troubleshooting
BJC-6200
1. PRINTER OPERATION
The printer's operation status is indicated by the status indicator, and the printer can be controlled from the
computer or with the printer itself.
1.1 Status Indicator
The printer's operation status is indicated by the indicator. When an error occurs, the nature of the error can
be known by the number of times the indicator blinks in orange and/or green.
Indicator
Figure 2-1 Operation Panel
1.1.1 Status display via the indicator
The operation status indicated by the indicator is as follows.
Indicator
Green light
Green blinking
OFF
Operation Status
Power ON
Power ON operation in progress, power OFF operation in progress, reset
operation in progress, cleaning in progress, test printing, front cover open,
printing in progress.
Power OFF
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Troubleshooting
POWER button
RESUME button
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2. SERVICING
2.1 Before Troubleshooting
Before troubleshooting the printer, check the following and see if any of the applicable problems can be
fixed.
Problem
The printer does not
operate at all
Paper feeding does not
work
No printing
Stripes appear in the
printing
Probable Cause
The power outlet is not supplying the
required voltage.
The power cord is not properly
connected to the printer or power outlet.
The power switch is not ON.
The recommended paper is not being
used.
There is foreign matter in the paper feed
section (sheet feeder, pinch roller, LF
roller, platen, spurs).
The paper thickness lever is not set
properly.
The print head needs cleaning.
The ink cartridge is empty.
The BJ cartridge has not been used for a
prolonged period.
The recommended paper is not being
used.
The print head is installed in the wrong
position.
The orange tape is still affixed to the
print head.
The print head position adjustment has
not been done.
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Solution
Connect the AC cord to a power outlet
that supplies the required voltage.
Check that the power cord is connected
properly.
Turn on the power switch.
Use the recommended paper.
Remove the foreign matter.
Set the lever to the proper setting.
Conduct cleaning.
Replace the ink cartridge.
Conduct cleaning. If the problem still
persists, replace the BJ cartridge.
Use the recommended paper.
Install the print head properly.
Remove the orange tape.
Execute the print head position
adjustment. See page 2-19.
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2.2 Detectable Problems from System Start to Exit
AC power connection
AC power supplied
MPU & printer
controller initialization
Troubleshooting
ROM check
DRAM check
Ink sensor check/waste
ink-full check/internal
temperature sensor
(TH501) check
Ink sensor error
• No error indication
EEPROM read
Power ON
With the POWER button
Indicator blinks
To next
page
2-3
(see page 2-9)
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From
preceding
page
Error check
Normal?
No
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 3 times in
Yes
Diode sensor check
Normal?
orange/green, then one long blink in green.
(See page 2-8)
• Indicator repeats: Blinks once in orange,
repeatedly.
ROM error*
(See page 2-8)
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 2 times in
RAM error*
orange, repeatedly.
(See page 2-8)
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 6 times in
Waste ink-full error
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-8)
Internal temperature
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 5 times in
sensor error
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-8)
* Any ROM/RAM errors are indicated as
described above only during initialization.
EEPROM error
No
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 7 times in
Abnormal head
temperature error
Yes
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 8 times in
Diode sensor error
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-9)
Carriage lock release
Home position check
Normal?
No
Yes
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 4 times in
Home position error
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-8)
Paper check
Normal?
Yes
• Is there paper inside the printer?
No
Paper discharge
Paper exists
Paper check
No paper
To next
page
Paper jam error
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 3 times in orange,
followed by a long blink in green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-7)
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From
preceding
page
ASF sensor check
Normal (ON)?
No
Yes
ASF sensor error
BJ cartridge check
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 10 times in
No
Normal?
Yes
Cleaning
• Cartridge installation
• Cartridge not recognized
• Not installed properly
Cover open check
Open/
Closed?
Closed
The sensor will determine if the
front cover is open or closed.
Open
Carriage moves to cartridge
replacement position
Cartridge installation
error
I/F busy canceled
Ink sensor check
No-cartridge error
Cartridge error
Normal?
Ink sensor error
I/F busy canceled
END
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• Indicator repeats: Blinks 5 times in
orange, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-7)
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 7 times in
orange, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-7)
• Indicator repeats: Blinks 7 times in
orange, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-7)
Troubleshooting
orange/green, followed by a long blink in
green, repeatedly.
(See page 2-9)
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2.3 Troubleshooting Problems
Problem
Power does not come on
No printing
White stripes or smearing
appear
Soiled paper
Spur tracks appear
Broken vertical lines
Error does not occur at
ink-out
Abnormal noise
Probable Cause / Check Items
AC adapter, control board, DC cable.
BJ cartridge, purge unit, ink tank, or
orange cap/tape still affixed to print
head.
BJ cartridge, faulty BJ cartridge
contacts, cartridge ribbon cable, purge
unit, control board, ink tank.
Ink mist, etc., at the platen's paper guide
plate is soiling the paper.
Check for any ink adhering to the paper
transport parts. (The paper is already
soiled when it reaches the platen.)
Deformed spur tips.
Paper thickness lever not properly set.
The nozzle check pattern's printout is
misaligned.
Guide shaft not greased properly.
Faulty carriage motor.
Ink sensor, control board
LF motor 2-step gear, purge unit, sheet
feeder unit, orange cap still attached to
the print head.
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Solution
Replace faulty part.
Replace faulty part.
Replace faulty part.
Use a soft cloth dampened with water to
clean.
Disassemble the paper transport parts
and use a soft cloth dampened with
water to clean. Pass several sheets
through.
Replace the spur unit.
Set it to the proper position.
Readjust the printing position.
Apply proper amount of grease on the
stipulated parts.
Replace carriage motor.
Replace faulty part.
Replace faulty part.
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2.4 Troubleshooting With Error Indications
1) Error indication when a user-recoverable error occurs
The indicator indicates an error by blinking in orange for a certain number of times.
After it blinks in orange to indicate the error, it blinks once, long, in green.
This indication is repeated.
2) Error indication when an error un-recoverable by the user occurs
The indicator indicates an error by blinking alternately in orange and green for a certain number of
times.
After it blinks in orange and green to indicate the error, it blinks once, long, in green. This indication is
repeated.
*
Table 2-1 ERROR INDICATIONS
Indicator
Blinking
Error Description
Code*
Probable Cause and Suspected Parts
User-Recoverable Errors
2 times in
--Paper feed error
orange 1
3 times in
orange 1
---
Paper jam error
4 times in
orange 1
---
Out of ink error
5 times in
orange 1
---
Cartridge installation error
6 times in
orange 1
7 times in
orange 1
---
No-cartridge error
---
Cartridge error
1
Cause: Paper feed does not work even when the
paper feed operation is attempted.
Suspect: Paper feed section, sheet feeder unit,
paper-end sensor, control board
Cause: The paper is not ejected, even when the
paper ejection operation is attempted for 23
inches.
Suspect: Paper feed section, paper-end sensor,
control board
Cause: No ink in the respective ink tank (ink
compartment and sponge).
Suspect: Ink tank
Cause: The wrong cartridge (BJ cartridge or
scanner cartridge) is installed in the carriage for
printing or scanning.
Suspect: BJ cartridge, scanner cartridge
Cause: No cartridge has been installed.
Suspect:
Cause: The cartridge installed is defective.
Suspect: BJ cartridge
User-recoverable errors are indicated by the specified number of blinks in orange, followed by a long
blink in green, repeated.
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The error code is displayed by the computer. With the iMac and Power Macintosh G3, a "D" or "M"
is appended to the beginning of the error code.
** The waste-ink warning can be canceled by pressing the RESUME button.
*** Error information for internal errors is not displayed nor indicated.
You can check it by printing the EEPROM information. See 7.3 Printing the EEPROM
Information on page 2-30.
**** If a ROM or RAM error occurs, the error indication might not be correct.
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8 times in
orange
---
Waste-ink warning**
9 times in
orange
---
Auto Print Position Adjustment
1
Cause: The total waste-ink count recorded in the
EEPROM exceeds 95% of the stipulated amount
indicating waste-ink full.
Suspect: Waste-ink absorber, control board
Cause: Auto head position adjustment problem
occurred.
Suspect: BJ cartridge, ink tank, printing position
sensor, control board carriage ribbon cable
User-recoverable errors are indicated by the specified number of blinks in orange, followed by a long
blink in green, repeated.
Non User-Recoverable Errors
--ROM error****
1 time in
orange/green
--RAM error****
2 times in
orange/green
3 times in
orange/green
6800
EEPROM error
4 times in
orange/green
5100
Home position error
5 times in
orange/green
5400
Internal temperature sensor error
6 times in
orange/green
5B00 Waste ink-full error
7 times in
orange/green
5200
Abnormal print head
temperature error
Cause: ROM check failed during initialization.
Suspect: ROM, control board
Cause: RAM check failed during initialization.
Suspect: DRAM, MPU & print controller,
control board
Cause: EEPROM cannot be written to properly.
Suspect: EEPROM, MPU & print controller,
control board
Cause: The carriage's home position cannot be
detected because the home position sensor is
faulty (disconnected, etc.).
Suspect: Home position sensor, purge unit,
carriage motor, paper feed motor, control board,
carriage ribbon cable, carriage board, DC cable
Cause: The temperature sensor (TH501) on the
control board is faulty (disconnected, etc.).
Suspect: Thermistor, control board
Cause: The waste-ink absorber reached 100% of
the waste-ink capacity.
Suspect: Waste-ink absorber, control board
Solution: Reset the EEPROM, replace waste-ink
absorber, replace control board
Cause: The print head's temperature is
abnormally high.
Suspect: BJ cartridge, control board, no ink in
ink tank
Non User-Recoverable Errors are indicated by the specified number of blinks in orange and green,
followed by a long blink in green, repeated.
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5200
Print head temperature sensor
(diode sensor) error
9 times in
orange/green
5600
No cartridge error
10 times in
orange/green
5700
ASF sensor error
11 times in
orange/green
12 times in
orange/green
5210
Scanner cartridge error
5000
Recovery system error
---
Ink sensor
Internal Error
No error
indication
Cause: Faulty temperature sensor in the BJ
cartridge.
Suspect: BJ cartridge, control board
Cause: The cartridge cannot be detected other
than at the cartridge replacement position.
Suspect: Cartridge, control board, carriage
board, carriage ribbon cable.
Improper contact between cartridge and carriage.
Cause: During the pick-up operation, the pick-up
roller does not rotate, or, the pick-up roller
sensor cannot detect the pick-up roller flag.
Suspect: Sheet feeder unit, purge unit, control
board
Cause: Faulty data in the scanner cartridge.
Suspect: Scanner cartridge, control board
Cause: While AP motor or LF motor runs, the
PG sensor does not turn ON or OFF.
Suspect: Purge unit, AP motor, LF motor,
control board
Cause: The check by the ink sensor during
initialization indicates that ink is available when
there is none. The ink sensor does not check the
ink until the AC power is turned off. In this case,
the ink compartment is always recognized to
have ink.
Suspect: Control board, ink sensor, ink tank,
EEPROM
error***
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8 times in
orange/green
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3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
3.1 Cautions for Disassembly and Reassembly
3.1.1 Ink stains (Ink path/ink mist)
During servicing, be careful not to touch the ink path and get ink stains on the printer, work table, and
your hands and clothing.
The ink path includes the BJ cartridge's ink tank supply inlet, the BJ cartridge's ink filter, the ink nozzles
and maintenance jet receptacle, head cap, wiper, and waste-ink absorber.
Also, a printer that has seen long-term use or heavy-duty use may have ink mist soiling the platen, inside
the front cover, and purge section.
Such soiled parts can soil the paper or your hands and clothing during servicing. To prevent this, use a
soft cloth dampened with water to clean the parts thoroughly.
3.1.2 Static electricity damage
The rubbing of clothing can build up static electricity within the human body. Static electricity can
destroy electrical components or alter the electrical characteristics of components.
Never touch the ink sensor's contacts or the contacts on the BJ cartridge on the carriage.
3.1.3 Spur tips deformation
Be careful not to deform the spur tips.
The spur tips contact the paper after the printing. Since the spur tips' contact area is small, any ink
adhering to the spur will be a minuscule amount that can be wiped off by the spur cleaner. It therefore
will not soil the paper. However, if the spur's tips are bent of out of shape, the contact area with the paper
will be larger, resulting in a larger amount of ink adhering to the spur, which might not be completely
cleaned. The spurs will then soil the paper with dotted lines.
3.1.4 Feed gear damage
When disassembling or reassembling the printer, do not touch the paper feed gears (feed roller gear and
feed drive gear). Note that even a slight scratch on the paper feed gear will cause irregular paper feeding
during high-quality printing.
3.1.5 Tap screw removal and installation
The printer uses tap screws to fasten the printer unit and base. The removed tap screws will have residue
from the mold in which the internal thread was made. Since the residue may crush the screw threads,
clean off the residue from the tap screws before re-installing them, or use new tap screws.
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Figure 2-2 Exploded View
Troubleshooting
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3.3 Disassembly and Reassembly
Cautions for disassembling and reassembling the printer are stated below.
As for the disassembly procedure, refer to the Parts Catalog. The illustrations in the Parts Catalog are
numbered according to the order of disassembly.
3.3.1 Carriage lock release
Normally, when a cartridge is installed on the carriage and the power is turned off, the printer moves the
carriage to the capping position to lock it.
And when the power is turned on, the carriage lock is normally released. However, if the printer does not
operate properly, you can release the carriage lock manually as shown in the illustration below. Remove
the cartridge, and while holding down the purge unit's lever, move the carriage to the left. This releases
the carriage lock.
Troubleshooting
Figure 2-3 Carriage Lock Release
3.3.2 Removing and installing tap screws
The printer uses tap screws to fasten the printer unit and base. The removed tap screws will have residue
from the mold in which the internal thread was made. Since the residue may crush the screw threads,
clean off the residue from the tap screws before re-installing or use new tap screws.
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3.3.3 Removing the upper cover unit
To remove the upper cover unit, see the figure below.
1) Unhook the upper cover unit's four hooks on the sides and back.
2) Unhook the two hooks on the front.
To reinstall, follow this procedure in reverse.
Figure 2-4 Upper Cover Unit Removal and Installation
3.3.4 Removing the printer unit
Remove the printer unit as shown in the figure below.
1) First remove the two screws securing the printer unit and bottom case.
2) Release the bottom case's two hooks at the back of the printer unit. (Arrows 1 and 2)
3) Hold the two handles on the sides of the printer unit and lift up at an angle as shown by arrow 3.
3
Screw
3
1
2
Figure 2-5 Removing the Printer Unit
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3.3.5 Removing the pressure roller unit
To remove the pressure roller unit, release the three hooks in turn as shown by the arrows in the figure.
Then pull it out from rear of the printer unit.
When releasing the hooks, start with the one on the left (when facing the front of the pressure roller unit).
This will make removal easier.
Troubleshooting
Figure 2-6 Removing the Pressure Roller Unit
3.3.6 Spur positions on the spur base unit
The figure below shows the position of the spurs on the spur base. The side (bottom) where the spurs are
installed is shown. If you removed any of the spurs by mistake, use this diagram to install then at the
correct position.
Spur positions
Spur positions
Figure 2-7 Spur Positions on the Spur Base Unit (Bottom View)
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3.3.7 Removing the ASF unit
Set screw
ASF unit
Set screw
Figure 2-8 Removing the ASF Unit
3.3.8 Removing the head gap adjustment section
Secured to the printer frame, the head gap adjustment plate is for adjusting the gap between the BJ
cartridge's nozzles and platen so that the optimum printing quality is obtained.
If the set screw securing the head gap adjustment plate to the printer frame is loosened, the head gap will
change and head gap adjustment will be necessary.
The set screw is painted in red to distinguish it from the other screws and to prevent accidental loosening.
If you have loosened it by mistake, do the head gap adjustment as described in 3.4.6 Adjusting the
head gap on page 2-21.
Head gap
adjustment
plate
Head gap
adjustment
plate
L
Figure 2-9 Carriage Shaft Position Adjustment Bearing
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3.4 Adjustments and Settings After Disassembly and Reassembly
3.4.1 Adjustments
(1) User Level
Adjustment
BJ cartridge printing position
adjustment
Timing
After BJ cartridge
installation/removal
Time Required Tools Required
2 min.
2 sheets of B5 or larger
paper
(2) Serviceman Level
Adjustment
Belt tension
Time Required Tools Required
1 min.
Tension spring
(QY9-0043)
1 min.
None
EEPROM setting
BJ cartridge printing position
adjustment
2 min.
2 sheets of B5 or larger
paper
Head gap
5 min.
See page 2-18
---
Gap gauge
(QY9-0038)
Grease PG-641
(CK-0562),
Floil 946P, brush
When applying grease, be careful not to get any grease on the wiper and cap.
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Timing
After idler pulley
installation/removal
After control board
replacement or waste-ink
absorber replacement
After
replacement/disassembly
of carriage unit parts
After loosening the head
gap set screws
Parts to be greased
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3.4.2 Applying grease
Apply the correct grease to the places shown below.
Use a flat brush to spread a thin coat of grease.
To disassemble and reassemble the printer, refer to the Parts Catalog.
When applying grease, be careful not to get any grease on the wiper and cap.
Cam friction surface
Approx. 27 mg (Molykote PG-641)
Pick-up roller friction surface
Approx. 7 mg (Molykote PG-641)
Carriage shaft friction surface
(No dripping)
Floil 946P
Rear of carriage rail
(Apply on entire surface)
Approx. 48 mg (Molykote PG-641)
Feed roller friction surfaces
(Three places on back of platen)
Approx. 14 mg x 3 places (Molykote PG-641)
Figure 2-10 Applying Grease
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3.4.3 Print head position adjustment
Since the printer has two BJ cartridges installed, the ejected ink's placement can be thrown off due to the
differences in the BJ cartridges and the installation conditions. Less than optimum printing quality will
result. To eliminate this misalignment, perform the auto print head position adjustment with the printer
driver's utility after installing the BJ cartridges. The print head position can also be adjusted in Service
Mode with the printer alone, without using a computer. The procedure is described in 7.1 Service Mode
Operations on page 2-28.
Place one B5 or larger sheet of plain paper in the auto sheet feeder, then start the test printing of the print
head position adjustment pattern with the printer driver's utility sheet.
Troubleshooting
LED Calibration
360 dpi vertical position adjustment
360 dpi bi-directional rough adjustment
360 dpi bi-directional fine adjustment
180 dpi bi-directional rough adjustment
180 dpi bi-directional fine adjustment
360 dpi horizontal position forward
direction rough adjustment
360 dpi horizontal position forward
direction fine adjustment
360 dpi horizontal position return
direction rough adjustment
360 dpi horizontal position return
direction fine adjustment
180 dpi horizontal position forward
direction rough adjustment
180 dpi horizontal position forward
direction fine adjustment
180 dpi horizontal position return
direction rough adjustment
180 dpi horizontal position return
direction fine adjustment
720 dpi horizontal position forward
direction rough adjustment
720 dpi horizontal position forward
direction fine adjustment
1440 dpi horizontal position forward
direction rough adjustment
1440 dpi horizontal position forward
direction fine adjustment
Printing position check pattern
Figure 2-11 Print Position Adjustment Pattern
Printing the nozzle check pattern requires B5 or larger paper. If the paper's width is
narrower than the nozzle check pattern, the platen will be printed on and the ink will soil
the platen.
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3.4.4 Setting the EEPROM
After replacing the control board or waste-ink absorber, reset the EEPROM, set the model settings, and
do a test printout to confirm the settings.
The EEPROM (IC502) on the control board stores various printer data such as the waste-ink amount and
other printer specific settings.
The procedure is described in 7.1 Service Mode Operations on page 2-28.
(1) After control board replacement
If the waste-ink absorption amount is over 7 percent at the time you replace the control board, also
replace the waste-ink absorber. Then reset the EEPROM and restore the printer settings.
To check the waste-ink absorption amount, you can either check the service/factory text printout from
the old control board or visually check the waste-ink absorber's waste-ink absorption amount.
Also, the new control board (EEPROM) data is undefined.
The EEPROM must be reset. Otherwise, the waste-ink full error will not occur, even when the wasteink absorber's capacity has been exceeded, thereby leaking ink.
(2) After waste-ink absorber replacement
Clear the EEPROM's waste-ink counter.
Once the data in the EEPROM is reset, a test printout cannot be used to confirm the old
data. Be sure to print the data before resetting the EEPROM.
The various settings (except the model setting), sheet count, and waste-ink amount will be
reset.
The various settings and waste-ink amount stored in the old EEPROM cannot be written to
the new (replacement) EEPROM.
The waste-ink full error is expected to occur only when the printer prints more than the
number of sheets specified for its service life. However, how soon this error occurs varies
depending on how many times the printer has been turned on/off, the number of times the
BJ cartridge has been replaced (front cover open/closing), and the operating environment.
3.4.5 Adjusting the carriage belt tension
If the carriage belt tension has been loosened to remove the carriage, etc., adjust the carriage belt tension.
When securing the pulley assembly, use the tension spring (QY9-0043) and tighten the screws. After
tightening the screws, remove the tension spring.
Screws
Tension spring
Idler pulley
Figure 2-12 Carriage Belt Tension Adjustment
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3.4.6 Adjusting the head gap
If the set screws securing the head gap adjustment plate to the printer frame are loosened or removed, the
head gap adjustment will be necessary.
Preparation
1) Remove the upper cover unit and bottom case. (Or, reassemble the printer so that the upper cover
unit and bottom case are to be attached next.)
2) Remove the paper thickness lever spring and the left and right shaft clips, then attach the bottom
case.
3) Loosen the red set screws on both sides of the printer chassis by a half rotation from the fully
tightened position.
4) Set the paper thickness lever to the down position (for thick paper).
Red set
screw
Head gap
adjustment plate
(right side)
Shaft clip
Carriage belt
Head gap
adjustment
plate (left side)
Red set
screw
Black BJ cartridge
Paper thickness lever
Normal paper position
Thick paper position
Paper thickness lever spring
Figure 2-13 Head Gap Adjustment 1
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Before doing the adjustment, make sure the gap gauge is not deformed and that no foreign
matter is adhering to it or to the platen.
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Adjustment Procedure
1) Set the gap gauge (QY9-0038) to position A1.
2) Move the carriage belt by hand so that the carriage goes to position A2. Align the bottom case's rib
with the carriage's right end.
3) Install a black BJ cartridge without ink tank in the carriage.
4) Move the paper thickness lever up and down two or three times, then, while holding the lever in the
normal paper (up) position, tighten the red set screw on the right end.
5) Remove the black BJ cartridge.
6) Place the gap gauge at position B1.
7) Set the paper thickness lever to the thick paper (down) position.
8) Move the carriage belt by hand so that the carriage goes to position B2. Align the ink sensor's edge
with the carriage's left end.
9) Install a black BJ cartridge without ink tank in the carriage.
10) Move the paper thickness lever up and down two or three times, then while holding the lever in the
normal paper (up) position, tighten the red set screw on the left end.
11) Remove the black BJ cartridge.
12) Loosen the red set screw on the right end by a half turn. Then repeat steps 1) to 5) to complete the
adjustment.
Remove the bottom case and attach the paper thickness lever spring and the left and right shaft clips.
Position A1
Position A2
QY9-0054
QY9-0038
Align the bottom case's rib
with the carriage's right end.
Position B2
Position B1
QY9-0054
QY9-0038
Align the ink sensor cover's
edge with the carriage's left end.
Figure 2-14 Head Gap Adjustment 2
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4. OPERATION CHECK AFTER DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
4.1 Check Procedure
After disassembly and reassembly, follow the procedure below to check the printer's operation.
1) After service/factory test printout with the printer alone
Check that the printer can print properly. The procedure is described in 7.1 Service Mode Operations
on page 2-28.
After replacing the control board or the ink absorber, the following check procedure is also necessary in
addition to 1) above.
After waste ink absorber
replacement
The service/factory test printout must show the correct ROM version and
model designation. It must also show the printed sheet count and that the
total waste-ink amount has been cleared. The printer driver must be able to
print the nozzle check pattern.
The service/factory test printout must show that the total waste-ink amount
has been cleared.
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5. TRANSPORTING THE PRINTER
Before moving or transporting the printer, put one BJ cartridge (with the ink tank installed) in the cartridge
container. This is to prevent the ink from leaking and the BJ cartridge's ink nozzles from drying up.
Before returning the repaired printer back to the customer, move the carriage to the cartridge replacement
position and tape it at that position.
5.1 Preparation for Transport
When transporting the printer, follow the procedure below.
1) With the printer turned on, open the front cover and move the carriage to the cartridge replacement
position.
2) Remove one cartridge from the carriage and put it in the cartridge container.
3) Turn off the printer by pressing the POWER button.
4) Then, from Service Mode, conduct the power off/carriage lock procedure.
For details, refer to 7.1 Service Mode Operations on page 2-28.
5) Disconnect the interface cable (s).
6) Disconnect the AC plug from the power outlet.
7) Close the front cover.
8) Pack the printer in its original packaging. If you do not have the original packaging, use sufficient
cushioning material when packing the printer.
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6. PARTS REPLACEMENT, PERIODIC INSPECTIONS, & TOOLS
6.1 Parts Replacement
Level
User
Serviceman
Level
User
Consumables
Black BJ cartridge: BC-30
Color BJ cartridge: BC-31
Photo BJ cartridge: BC-32
Black BJ cartridge ink tank (Black: BCI-3BK)
Color BJ cartridge ink tank
(Black: BCI-3BK, Cyan: BCI-3C, Magenta: BCI-3M, Yellow: BCI-3Y)
Photo BJ cartridge ink tank
(Black: BCI-3BK Photo, Cyan: BCI-3C Photo, Magenta: BCI-3M Photo)
None
6.2 Periodic Inspections
Level
User
Serviceman
Periodic Inspections
None
None
6.3 Tool List
Ordinary Tools
Phillips screwdriver
Blade screwdriver
Needle-nosed pliers
Tweezers
Flat brush
Multi-meter
Remarks
For the removal and installation of screws.
For the removal of plastic parts.
For the removal and installation of springs.
For the disconnection and connection of flexible cables, etc.
For applying grease.
For troubleshooting.
Special Tools (Part No.)
Gap gauge 2.3 mm
(QY9-0054-000)
Tension spring
(QY9-0043-000)
Grease Molykote PG-641
(CK-0562-000)
Grease FLOIL 946P
(QY9-0045-000)
Remarks
For Head gap adjustment (see Figure 2-14 on page 2-22).
Use 1.
For carriage belt tension adjustment (see Figure 2-12 on page 2-20).
To be applied on the specified parts (see Figure 2-10 on page 2-18).
To be applied on the specified parts (see Figure 2-10 on page 2-18).
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Serviceman
Periodically Replaced Parts
None
None
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6.4 Operation with the Printer's Operation Panel
The printer can be operated in the offline operation mode, with the power turned on and without
connection to a computer.
With the printer turned on, you can start various printer operations by holding down the RESUME button
and releasing after the green indicator blinks the stipulated number of times.
Operation
Cleaning
Nozzle check pattern printout
Roller cleaning
---
Indicator Blinking
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
Remarks
--Stops after 1 sheet is printed.
Passes one cleaning sheet through.
No operation executed.
6.4.1 Cleaning
With the printer turned on, hold down the RESUME button and release after the green indicator blinks
once. The cleaning will then start. Cleaning can also be performed from the printer driver's utility, while
connected to a computer.
6.4.2 Printing the nozzle check pattern
With the printer turned on, hold down the RESUME button and release after the green indicator blinks
twice. The printer will then start printing the nozzle check pattern. If any printing defects appear in the
test printout, clean the BJ cartridges. If printing defects persist even after cleaning the BJ cartridges five
times or more, replace the BJ cartridges.
Printing the nozzle check pattern requires B5 or larger paper. If the paper's width is
narrower than the nozzle check pattern, the platen will be printed on and the ink will soil
the platen.
To stop the printing of the test pattern midway, press the POWER button.
The printing will stop and the sheet will be discharged.
Then the printer will turn off.
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Black BJ cartridge
Color BJ cartridge
Large-dot printing by the 1st nozzle
Large-dot printing
Large-dot printing by the 1st nozzle
Black
Yellow
48 nozzles
Cyan
48 nozzles
Magenta 48 nozzles
160 nozzles
Large-dot printing by the 48th nozzle
Large-dot printing by the 160th nozzle
Small-dot printing
Small-dot printing by the 1st nozzle
Small-dot printing by the 1st nozzle
Small-dot printing by the 160th nozzle
(Y)
180 dpi horizontal position forward direction (X1)
180 dpi horizontal position return direction
(X2)
360 dpi horizontal position forward direction (X3)
360 dpi horizontal position return direction
(X4)
720 dpi horizontal position forward direction (X5)
720 dpi horizontal position return direction
(X6)
180 dpi bi-directional
(B1)
360 dpi bi-directional
(B2)
Figure 2-15 Nozzle Check Pattern Printout (Color Sample)
6.4.3 Roller cleaning
With the printer turned on, hold down the RESUME button and release after the green indicator blinks
three times. The roller cleaning will then start. The cleaning sheet placed in the auto sheet feeder will be
sent through, and the paper fibers, etc., will be cleaned from the pick-up rollers and paper feed rollers.
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360 dpi vertical position
Small-dot printing by the 48th nozzle
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7. SERVICE-RELATED FEATURES
The printer has a Service Mode for accessing service settings and executing test printouts. The operations
can be selected via the operation panel buttons.
7.1 Service Mode Operations
1) With the printer turned off, hold down the RESUME button and press and hold the POWER button
(the green indicator lights).
2) While holding down POWER button, release the RESUME button and then press the RESUME button
twice in succession. Then release both the RESUME button and POWER button.
(Each time the RESUME button is pressed, the indicator's color toggles between orange and green.)
3) During the printer initialization, the green indicator blinks. When the green indicator stops blinking and
lights on, press the RESUME button the stipulated number of times to execute the desired operation
listed below.
(Each time the RESUME button is pressed, the indicator's color toggles between orange and green.)
Press
0 times
1 time
2 times
Indicator
Lights in green
Lights in orange
Lights in green
Function
Service/factory test printout
EEPROM information printout
EEPROM initialization (All the information will be reset to the
default, except for the model setting.)
3 times
4 times
5 times
6 times
7 times or more
Lights in orange
Lights in green
Lights in orange
Lights in green
Lights in orange
Clears the waste-ink counter
Model setting*: The setting procedure is described below.
Ink availability check and print
Auto print head position adjustment
Power off/Carriage lock
4) After making the selection, press the POWER button. The green indicator lights and the function will
be executed.
(After the function is executed, the printer will power off.)
* After selecting model setting, press the RESUME button the number of times indicated below to set
the product type.
(During the initialization, the green indicator blinks. Each time the RESUME button is pressed, the
indicator's color toggles between orange and green.)
Press
0 times
1 time
2 times or more
Indicator
Lights in green
Lights in orange
---
Function
BJ F620 (Japan)
BJC-6200 (All other countries)
Saved as a reserved area where the setting will not be rewritten.
After selecting the model, press the POWER button to finalize the setting.
(After the printer executes the function, it will turn off.)
Before entering the service mode, install the BJ cartridges. The service mode cannot be
executed without the cartridges installed.
After setting the model, confirm the setting with the service/factory test printout.
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7.2 Service/Factory Test Printout
The header of the service/factory test printout shows the control ROM version, model setting, total printed
sheet count, total waste-ink absorption amount, and other information.
Total printed sheet count with photo/color BJ cartridge
Installed cartridges
Model designation
ROM version
Total printed sheet count with black/color
BJ cartridge
Unused
Unused
Total passed sheet count
with scanner cartridge
ROM Ver Vx.xx BJC-6200 Use Head <BC-30,BC-31> HeadTemp0=031.0 HeadTemp1=032.5 EnvironmentTemp=031.0 Bk=00000 C1=00257 Ph=00000 Sc=00000 ScC1=00000
Factory Area=01 00 00 00 00 01 1B 89 LostInkCount =03.9% Destination =01 USBSerialNo=(109BNF)
Figure 2-16 Service/Factory Test Printout (Sample)
* USB serial No.
If multiple BJS-6200 printers are connected via USB, each printer will have a unique USB serial No. (in
accordance with USB standards) so that the computer can distinguish between them.
The unique USB serial No. is written in the EEPROM when the control board is manufactured. The USB
serial No. written in the EEPROM is not cleared even when the EEPROM is reset. Also, the USB serial
No. cannot be modified.
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Serial No.* for USB
Total waste-ink amount (Waste-ink absorber's absorption capacity: %)
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7.3 Printing the EEPROM Information
The EEPROM stores information such as the various settings; the total printed sheet count of the black,
color, and photo BJ cartridges and scanner cartridge; the total waste-ink absorption amount; and the error
history of the last three non user-recoverable errors. The information stored in the EEPROM is printed in
the hexadecimal dump format in the EEPROM information printout. The EEPROM information serves as a
general guide to how much the printer has been used.
- EEPROM Information <Hex.>
Address
+0 +1 +2 +3 +4
00000000
05 20 00 0A 00
00000010
00 00 00 00 2A
00000020
35 6C B7 AB 33
00000030
14 00 0A 07 04
00000040
04 90 00 08 00
00000050
00 00 00 00 00
00000060
00 00 00 1D 00
00000070
00 00 00 00 00
00000080
00 00 00 72 00
00000090
3C 00 00 10 10
000000A0
0C 04 00 08 00
000000B0
00 00 00 00 04
000000C0
00 00 00 00 15
000000D0
04 19 57 AB 98
000000E0
35 36 30 30 35
000000F0
00 00 00 D6 67
+5
00
6A
BC
02
00
00
58
00
00
0C
0C
04
0B
1A
36
7C
+6
B8
51
E9
02
00
04
00
00
00
0C
0C
00
BB
72
30
73
+7
83
A1
71
02
44
44
1B
08
2E
08
00
00
19
13
30
FF
+8
00
38
32
00
00
00
00
00
00
0C
FD
00
35
00
35
01
+9
0C
54
DD
00
00
00
01
00
00
10
07
00
1A
45
36
FF
+A
9F
AA
02
00
00
00
00
00
00
0C
00
00
D5
93
30
FF
+B
40
A0
0C
00
44
00
2F
08
30
0C
00
00
C6
6B
30
FF
+C
09
1E
00
0A
00
00
00
00
83
0C
04
00
13
46
FF
FF
+D
35
16
00
80
00
00
06
00
00
10
04
00
0A
34
FF
FF
+E
1C
DA
00
00
00
02
00
00
00
0C
00
00
46
63
FF
FF
+F
28
3C
00
00
44
B9
00
08
00
0C
00
00
61
E3
F0
FF
Error history 1 Error history 2 Error history 3
Figure 2-17 EEPROM Information Printout (Sample)
The error history records the last three (starting with the most recent one) non user-recoverable
errors that have occurred. It does not include ROM/RAM errors. The error codes are
shown in ASCII format.
Error
Error Code
ASCII Code
Carriage error
5100
35 31 30 30
Abnormal head temperature
5200
35 32 30 30
Scanner cartridge error
5210
35 32 31 30
Abnormal internal temperature error
5400
35 34 30 30
No head error (in operation)
5600
35 36 30 30
ASF sensor error
5700
35 37 30 30
Ink sensor error
5910
35 39 31 30
Waste-ink full error
5B00
35 42 30 30
Pump sensor error
5C00
35 43 30 30
EEPROM Read/Write error
6800
36 38 30 30
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7.4 Resetting the EEPROM
The EEPROM stores information such as the various settings; the total printed sheet count of the black,
color, and photo BJ cartridges and scanner cartridge; the total waste-ink absorption amount; and the error
history of the last three non user-recoverable errors. The printer uses the total waste-ink absorption amount
recorded by the EEPROM as the basis for determining whether the waste ink is full. Therefore, after
replacing the waste-ink absorber, be sure to reset the EEPROM's total waste-ink absorption amount.
Also, after replacing the control board, be sure to reset the new control board's EEPROM and to also
replace the waste-ink absorber.
7.5 Setting the Model with the EEPROM
7.6 Ink Availability Check
When this function is selected, the printer scans the carriage to check for ink in the ink tank's ink
compartments. The result is printed out.
Whether the ink sensor is working properly can be confirmed by:
(1) Installing an empty ink tank in the BJ cartridge.
(2) Using this Service Mode function and print out the results.
(3) Checking that the "ExistInk" value is 0 (indicating an empty ink tank).
7.7 Auto Print Head Position Adjustment
The print head position can be adjusted with the printer alone, without connection to a computer. The
adjustment is the same as when the user executes the auto printing position adjustment via the computer.
For details on the head printing position adjustment, see 3.4.3 Print head position adjustment on page
2-19.
7.8 Power Off/Carriage Lock
When this function is selected, the printer moves the carriage (whether BJ cartridges are installed or not) to
the home position and locks the carriage. Then the power turns off.
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The control board used in the BJC-6200 is also used in other printers. After replacing the control board, the
default information for the respective printer must be set.
After setting the model, confirm it with the service/factory test printout.
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APPENDIX
Page
3- 1
3- 1
3- 2
3- 2
3- 3
3- 4
3- 5
3- 6
3 -10
3 -11
3 -12
3 -13
3 -13
3 -14
3 -14
3 -14
3 -15
3 -15
3 -15
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1. TECHNICAL REFERENCE
1.1 Print Mode List
1.2 Purge Unit's Capping and Cleaning Functions
1.3 Cautions About the Inks
1.4 Operation with a Computer
1.5 Detection Functions by Sensors
1.6 Electronic Circuit Description
2. CONNECTOR LOCATIONS AND PIN CONFIGURATIONS
2.1 Carriage Board
2.2 BJ Cartridge
2.3 Scanner Cartridge (Optional)
2.4 AC Adapter
2.5 DC Power Cable
2.6 Carriage Motor
2.7 Paper Feed Motor
2.8 ASF Motor
2.9 Ink Sensor
2.10 Printing Position Sensor
2.11 Purge Sensor Connector
2.12 Circuit Diagrams
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1. TECHNICAL REFERENCE
1.1 Print Mode List
The print mode list for the black, color, and photo BJ cartridges is shown below.
By setting the printer driver's "Dithering," "Paper Type," and "Printing Quality" settings, the printer will
operate in the printing modes below.
Table 3-1 PRINT MODE LIST
Black/Color Cartridge
Printing Quality
Dithering
Paper Type
Error Dispersion
Pattern (High speed)
Auto
Standard (Faster Speed)
Standard (Higher Quality)
High Quality
Highest Quality
180 × 180 L/R
360 × 360 L/R
360 × 360 L/S/R
720 × 720 S/R
1440 × 720 S/R
Plain paper
---
1 pass/bi-directional
2 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
---
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
3 passes/uni-directional (4 passes)
4 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
Glossy
---
---
4 passes/uni-directional
6 passes/uni-directional (8 passes)
6 passes/uni-directional (8 passes)
Glossy film
---
---
4 passes/uni-directional
6 passes/uni-directional (8 passes)
---
Photo card
---
---
3 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
T-shirt transfer
---
---
6 passes/uni-directional
---
---
Back print film
---
---
6 passes/uni-directional L/L
---
---
Transparency
---
2 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional L/L
---
---
Envelope
---
1 passes/uni-directional
3 passes/uni-directional (4 passes)
4 passes/uni-directional
---
Plain paper
1 pass/bi-directional
1 pass/bi-directional
---
---
---
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
---
---
---
Envelope
---
1 pass/uni-directional
---
---
---
Plain paper
1 pass/bi-directional
1 pass/bi-directional
---
---
---
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
---
---
---
Plain paper
1 pass/bi-directional
1 pass/bi-directional
---
---
---
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
---
---
---
Paper Type
High-speed
Standard (Faster Speed)
Standard (Higher Quality)
High Quality
Highest Quality
180 × 180 L/R
360 × 360 L/R
360 × 360 L/L/R
360 × 360 L/S/P
720 × 720 S/P
Photo/Color Cartridge
Printing Quality
Dithering
Error Dispersion
Pattern
Plain paper
---
1 pass/bi-directional
---
2 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
---
3 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
Glossy
---
---
---
4 passes/uni-directional
6 passes/uni-directional
Glossy film
---
---
---
4 passes/uni-directional
6 passes/uni-directional
Photo card
---
---
---
3 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
T-shirt transfer
---
---
6 passes/uni-directional
---
---
Back print film
---
---
6 passes/uni-directional
---
---
Transparency
---
2 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
---
---
Envelope
---
1 pass/uni-directional
---
3 passes/uni-directional
4 passes/uni-directional
Plain paper
1 pass/bi-directional
1 pass/bi-directional
---
---
---
High quality
---
2 passes/bi-directional
---
---
---
Postcard
---
1 pass/uni-directional
---
---
---
Envelope
---
1 pass/uni-directional
---
---
---
Note 1: R and P indicate the ink used for printing. R is color inks (4 colors), and P is the photo inks (6 colors).
Note 2: L (large) and S (small) indicate the ink's dot size for multi-drop printing.
Note 3: The table also indicates the number of passes and the printing direction. If the number of passes differ in the gray scale mode, it is indicated in
parentheses.
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Pattern
High-speed
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1.2 Purge Unit's Capping and Cleaning Functions
Capping is executed at the following times:
• When the power is turned off with the POWER button.
• When uncapped and print signals have not been received within the stipulated time during standby.
During paper feeding:
After 20 min.
Other times:
After 30 sec.
• After the front cover has been left open for 10 minutes.
Cleaning is executed at the times listed in the table below.
As ink suction is performed on both BJ cartridges simultaneously, ink suction for only one BJ cartridge is
not possible.
Table 3-2 INK CONSUMPTION DURING CLEANING (GENERAL GUIDE)
Ink Consumption (approx. mg)
Black
Color
Photo
Color
0.39
0.53
0.52
0.72
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
Printer Status
Print head refreshing via the printer driver.
Cleaning executed via the printer driver.
Operation executed via printer's button.
72 hours or more elapsed since the last cleaning.
The printed dot count exceeds the stipulated dot count.
Before a banner is printed (the dot count since the last
cleaning exceeds the stipulated dot count, or the time
since the last cleaning exceeds the stipulated time).
Power is turned on (for the first time).
0.58
0.79
0.77
1.07
Power is turned on (uncapped after AC connection).
0.39
0.53
0.52
0.72
* Power is turned on (capped after AC connection).
0.20
0.27
0.30
0.41
* At replacement of the BJ cartridge or ink tank.
0.39
0.53
0.52
0.72
* In this case, cleaning is not immediately executed. Cleaning is executed the next time any of following is
executed: Printing starts, soft power on, paper feeding, paper ejection. (Reason: When the preconditions
for cleaning overlap, delaying the cleaning results in the cleaning being executed only once, reducing ink
consumption.)
1.3 Cautions About the Inks
Although the inks do not contain any substances harmful to humans, they do contain organic solvents.
1) Black ink
Contains glycerin 56-81-5 and diethylene glycol 111-46-6.
2) Yellow ink
Contains glycerin 56-81-5 and isopropyl alcohol 67-63-0.
3) Cyan, magenta, photo cyan, photo magenta, photo black inks
Contain glycerin 56-81-5, isopropyl alcohol 67-63-0, ethylene glycol 107-21-1, and diethylene glycol
111-46-6.
Do not consume the inks or get it into your eyes.
Should ink get into your eyes, rinse with lots of water and consult a doctor.
Should a large amount of ink be consumed by mistake, promptly see a doctor.
Since the inks contain pigments, they will permanently stain clothing.
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1.4 Operation with a Computer
You can set the printer's functions via the dedicated printer driver.
1.4.1 Setting functions with the printer driver
Figure 3-1 Printer Driver Utilities (Sample)
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You can use the dedicated printer driver's utilities to set or execute the following:
1) Cleaning
2) Head refreshing
3) Pick-up roller cleaning
4) Nozzle check pattern printout
5) Print head position adjustment
6) Printer power off
7) Automatic power setting
8) Status monitor startup
9) Special settings
• Set the printer to ECP mode (Factory default: Disabled)
• High-speed printing (Factory default: Enabled): Sets the printer's response time (ACKNLG) from 4 ms
to 0.9 ms.
• Pause page (Factory default: Disabled)
• Pause scan (Factory default: Disabled)
• Execute automatic head position adjustment after BJ cartridge replacement (Factory default: Disabled)
• Adjust head position manually (Factory default: Disabled)
<<Special Menu for Users (User or Service Mode)>>
The Special Menu for users can be accessed by holding down the Shift key and clicking the Custom
Settings button.
• Economy Cleaning (Factory default: Disabled)
The cleaning operations after the AC power is connected and the power turned on for the first time is
disabled. When the printer is being repaired or when it turns on in tandem with the computer turning on,
the subsequent ink consumption can be reduced. However, this function is disabled if the power is
turned on and over 72 hours elapse after the AC power supply is active.
• Prevent inter-sheet ink transfer (Factory default: Disabled)
The ink transfer control prevents ink smearing caused by paper chafing during paper discharge when
the black BJ cartridge is used for high-duty printing on plain paper. This ink transfer control can be
disabled. The discharged printed sheets can be removed individually to prevent lower throughput.
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1.5 Detection Functions by Sensors
The printer has the following sensors to detect the printer's operating status.
Internal temperature
sensor
Ink sensor
Pick-up roller sensor
Paper-end sensor
Home position sensor
(Carriage unit)
Printing position sensor
(Carriage unit)
Figure 3-2 Sensor Locations
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Purge sensor
(Purge unit)
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1.6 Electronic Circuit Description
1.6.1 Circuit block diagram
A block diagram of the printer's electronic circuit comprising the control board and carriage board is
shown below.
Control Board
Address bus ROM A0 - A19
48MHz
(X101)
DRAM
(IC103)
MA0-9
16-Mbit
Parallel
interface
(CN304)
RAM_A0-9
A0-9
POWER switch
(SW401)
RESUME switch
(SW402)
PO0/INTP100
Front cover switch
(SW403)
PO2/INTP102
MPU & Printer Controller
(IC101)
MD0-15
PO1/INTP101
Power indicator
Error indicator
(LED401)
PA0
PA1
Ink sensor
(CN401 ← Ink sensor)
ANI5
Purge sensor
(CN402 ← Purge sensor)
PC3
ST1/TST2
ST2/SOT
ST3
ST4/TST3
ST5/TST4
ST6/TST5
EEPROM (IC402)
Driver IC
(IC401)
Driver IC
(IC503)
A0-19
2 Kbit
PM
Carriage motor
PM
Paper feed motor
PM
ASF motor
PC1
Paper-end sensor
(PS401)
PC2
Pick-up roller sensor
(PS402)
PC0
ANI1
Appendix
Internal temperature sensor
(TH401)
PB1-3
CR_CLK
CR_STB
CR_DATA
LF_CLK
LF_STB
LF_DATA
PD2
8-Mbit
D0-15
RAM_D0-15
D0-15
CE
CS0X
Control ROM
(C102)
ROM_D0-15
XT1
XT2
Data bus ROM D0 - D15
ROM_A0-19
USB
interface
(CN305)
RESETX
DC/DC converter
& reset IC
(IC501)
P04/PWM1
ANI3
HDATA0,1
HCLOCK0,1
HRSTX
HLAT
DIR
HSEL1A0,1
HSEL1B0,1
HSEL2A0,1
HSEL2B0,1
ODD,EVEN
BENB0,1
HENB0-5
SUBH0,1
DIA0,1
DIK0,1
*DTCK
*ST0
*LNST
*RST
*SCHKR
HVH
HVDD
*DIA
*DIK
*RWR
*REN
*RDT
* Signal name when a
scanner cartridge
is used.
Carriage board
*VHLED
*VDD
Cartridge connector
BJ cartridge
or
scanner cartridge
(optional)
Home position sensor
(PS1)
Printing position sensor
(CN6 ← Printing position sensor)
BJ cartridge
Figure 3-3 Block Diagram
1.6.2 Power source line block diagram
Motor driver
(IC401)
Motor driver
(IC503)
+24 VDC
+24 VDC
+5 VDC
Carriage motor (CN502)
Paper feed motor (CN503)
ASF motor (CN504)
+24 VDC
EEPROM
(IC402)
Control ROM
(IC102)
OP amp
(IC201)
DRAM
(IC103)
Q204: Cartridge (CN201)
Thermistor
(TH401)
MPU &
Printer Controller
(IC101)
Power source input
connector (CN501)
+24 VDC
DC/DC converter
& reset IC
(IC501)
AC in
AC adapter
The printer uses an internal power voltage of 5 V/24 V/3.3 V. The power source line's block diagram is
shown below.
+5 VDC
Q203: Printing position sensor (CN202)
Q401: Parallel interface (CN304)
Q402: HP sensor (CN202)
Q402: Pick-up roller sensor (PS402)
Q402: Paper-end sensor (PS401)
Q402: Purge sensor (CN402)
Q403: Cartridge (CN203)
Q404: Ink sensor (CN401)
+3.3 VDC
Q301: USB interface (CN305)
+3.3 VDC
Figure 3-4 Power Source Line Block Diagram
3-5
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2. CONNECTOR LOCATIONS AND PIN CONFIGURATIONS
CN305
CN501
5
1
CN402
3 1
1
CN401
1
3
1
1
4
CN502
28
28
1
19
18
36
3
CN304
1
2
CN203
4
CN202
1
CN504
CN201
1
4
20
1
4
CN503
Figure 3-5 Control Board
Paper feed/suction drive
switching section
ASF
unit
BJ cartridge
or
scanner cartridge
(optional)
BJ cartridge
CN4
CN5
Paper-feed
rollers
ASF/wiper drive
switching section
CN1
Paper-feed
motor
ASF motor
Purge
sensor
CN402 CN504
CN503
AC adapter
CN501
Carriage unit
CN2
Ink
sensor
CN502
CN401 CN201 CN203 CN202
Pick-up roller
sensor
Mechanical control
+24V DC
+5V DC
+3.3V DC
Interface control
Parallel
USB
CN304
CN305
Indicator
control
Switch
detection
Indicator
Control button
Front cover switch
Figure 3-6 Printer Diagram
3-6
Print
position
sensor
CN6
Carriage
motor
Motor control
AC
CN3
Home
position
sensor
Paper-end
sensor
Internal temperature sensor
Purge unit
Control Section
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
CN304 (Parallel Interface Connector)
Compatible Mode
STROBE
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
DATA8
ACKNLG
BUSY
P.E.
SELECT
AUTO FEED XT
N.C.
GND
GND
+5.0V
STROBE-RET (GND)
DATA1-RET (GND)
DATA2-RET (GND)
DATA3-RET (GND)
DATA4-RET (GND)
DATA5-RET (GND)
DATA6-RET (GND)
DATA7-RET (GND)
DATA8-RET (GND)
ACKNLG-RET (GND)
BUSY-RET (GND)
P.E.-RET (GND)
INIT
ERROR
GND
N.C
+5.0V
SELECT IN
Nibble Mode
HostClk
Data1
Data2
Data3
Data4
Data5
Data6
Data7
Data8
PrtClk
PrtBusy
AckDataReq
Xflag
HostBusy
Undefined
Gnd
Gnd
Vcc
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
INIT
DataAvail
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
1284Active
CN305 (USB Interface Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
PWR
DD+
GND
IN/OUT Function
IN
Cable power source
Data
Data
...
Cable GND
3-7
ECP Mode
HostClk
Data1
Data2
Data3
Data4
Data5
Data6
Data7
Data8
PeriphClk
PeriphAck
AckReverse
Xflag
HostAck
Undefined
Gnd
Gnd
Vcc
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
Signal Gnd
ReverseReq
PeriphReq
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
1284Active
Appendix
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
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
CN401 (Ink Sensor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
Signal
INK_PWM
...
INKS
IN/OUT
OUT
...
IN
Function
Photo LED drive signal in the ink sensor
GND
Voltage varying according to the reflected light amount
CN402 (Pump Sensor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
Signal
VSEN
...
SNS_DO_RUCK
IN/OUT
OUT
...
IN
Function
Photo LED drive signal in the ink sensor
GND
Pump sensor sense signal High (sense)/Low
CN501 (DC Power Source Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
+24V
HGND
+5-GND
+5V
IN/OUT
IN
...
...
IN
Function
+24VDC
GND
GND
+5VDC
CN502 (Carriage Motor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
CRA
CRB
CRA
CRB
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Function
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase B
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase B
CN503 (Paper-Feed Motor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
LFA
LFB
LFA
LFB
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Function
Paper-feed motor phase A
Paper-feed motor phase B
Paper-feed motor phase A
Paper-feed motor phase B
CN504 (ASF Motor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
ASFA
ASFB
ASFA
ASFB
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Function
Purge (ASF) motor phase A
Purge (ASF) motor phase B
Purge (ASF) motor phase A
Purge (ASF) motor phase B
CN201 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector) ↔ CN1: Carriage Board
Pin No.
1~10
11, 12, 13
14, 15, 16
17~26
27, 28
Signal
HVH
SUBH0
SUBH1
HVH
HVDD
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
Function
Head driving voltage VH
Subheater's driving voltage (left side of carriage)
Subheater's driving voltage (right side of carriage)
Head driving voltage VH
Logic driving voltage in the head
3-8
CN2 Pin No.
19~28
16, 17, 18
13, 14, 15
3~12
1, 2
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
CN202 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector) ↔ CN2: Carriage Board
Signal IN/OUT Function
DIR
OUT Serial data I/O direction control signal
HENB3
OUT Front heater driving signal for nozzles 113-160 in the head
HENB2
OUT Rear heater driving signal for nozzles 113-160 in the head
HENB1
OUT Front heater driving signal for nozzles 1-112 in the head
HENB0
OUT Rear heater driving signal for nozzles 1-112 in the head
BENB1*
OUT Heater enable decoder's output signal-generation signal
BENB0*
OUT Heater enable decoder's output signal-generation signal
EVEN
OUT Heater selection signal for even-numbered nozzles in the head block
ODD
OUT Heater selection signal for odd-numbered nozzles in the head block
HALT
OUT Timing signal for latching serial data
HRSTX
OUT Reset signal
...
...
GND
HSEL2B0
OUT Front heater selection for the head block's lower nozzles (9-16, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
HSEL2A0 OUT Rear heater selection for the head block's lower nozzles (9-16, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
HSEL1B0
OUT Front heater selection for the head block's upper nozzles (1-8, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
HSEL1A0 OUT Rear heater selection for the head block's upper nozzles (1-8, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
...
...
GND
HCLOCK0 IN/OUT Clock signal for transferring the serial data
...
...
GND
HDATA0 IN/OUT Serial data (left carriage) transferred according to the clock signal
...
...
GND
DIA0
IN
Head temperature sensor's (diode) anode in the head
DIK0
IN
Head temperature sensor's (diode) cathode
HPA
OUT Home position sensor signal pull-up voltage
SNS_HP
IN
Home position sense signal
REGA
OUT Drive voltage to the print position sensor's LED
REGC
IN
Voltage varying according to the reflected light amount
CN2 Pin No.
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
7, 8
6
5
4
3
2
1
* Details on BENB0 and BENB1
BENB0
Low
High
Low
High
BENB1
Low
Low
High
High
Applicable Nozzles
1, 2, 9, 10,..., 153, 154 (1+8n, 2+8n : n=0~19)
3, 4, 11, 12,..., 155, 156 (3+8n, 4+8n : n=0~19)
5, 6, 13, 14,..., 157, 158 (5+8n, 6+8n : n=0~19)
7, 8, 15, 16,..., 159, 160 (7+8n, 8+8n : n=0~19)
CN203 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector) ↔ CN3: Carriage Board
Pin No.
Signal IN/OUT Function
1
HSEL2B1
OUT Front heater selection for the head block's lower nozzles (9-16, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
2
HSEL2A1 OUT Rear heater selection for the head block's lower nozzles (9-16, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
3
HSEL1B1
OUT Front heater selection for the head block's upper nozzles (1-8, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
4
HSEL1A1 OUT Rear heater selection for the head block's upper nozzles (1-8, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
5
...
GND
...
6
HCLOCK1 IN/OUT Clock signal for transferring serial data
7
...
...
GND
8
HDATA1 IN/OUT Serial data (right carriage) transferred according to the clock signal
9
...
...
GND
10
HENB5
OUT Front heater driving signal for nozzles 1-160 in the head
11
HENB4
OUT Rear heater driving signal for nozzles 1-160 in the head
12, 13, 14
...
...
GND
15
DIA1
IN
Head temperature sensor's (diode) anode
16
DIK1
IN
Head temperature sensor's (diode) cathode
17
...
...
GND
18, 19, 20 HVDD
IN
Logic drive voltage in the head
3-9
CN3 Pin No.
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
7, 8, 9
6
5
4
1, 2, 3
Appendix
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
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.1 Carriage Board
4
CN4
32
34
2
31
1
1
1
CN5
33
CN3
18
32
34
31
3
33
1
CN1
27
CN6 4
3
4
1
CN2
27
1
2
Figure 3-7 Carriage Board
CN1 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector)
See page 3-8 (CN201 Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector).
CN2 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector)
See page 3-9 (CN202 Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector).
CN3 (Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector)
See page 3-9 (CN203 Carriage Ribbon Cable Connector).
CN4/CN5 (Left/Right Cartridge)
Pin No.
1~32
Signal
33, 34
...
IN/OUT Function
See page 3-11 (BJ Cartridge).
...
N.C.
CN6 (Print Position Sensor Connector)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
REGA
SNSG
REGC
LGND
IN/OUT
OUT
...
OUT
...
Function
Drive voltage to the print position sensor's LED
GND
Voltage varying according to the reflected light amount
GND
3-10
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.2 BJ Cartridge
32 28 24 20 16 12
8
30 26 22 18 14 10
31 27 23 19 15 11
29 25 21 17 13 9
4
6
7
2
3
5
1
Figure 3-8 BJ Cartridge
Signal
HVH
SUBH0/1
VHG
HDATA0/1
IN/OUT
OUT
OUT
...
OUT
11
HSEL1B0/1
OUT
12
13
14, 16
15
HVDD
HCLK0/1
GND
HSEL1A0/1
OUT
17
HSEL2A0/1
OUT
18
HSEL2B0/1
OUT
OUT
OUT
19
HLAT
OUT
20
ODD
OUT
21
EVEN
OUT
22
BENB0*
OUT
23
BENB1*
OUT
24
HENB0/4
OUT
25
HENB1/5
OUT
26
HENB2/4
OUT
27
HENB3/5
OUT
28
DIR
OUT
29
HRSTX
OUT
30
DIA0(DIA1)
OUT
31
DIK0(DIK1)
OUT
32
...
...
* Details on BENB0 and BENB1
BENB0
Low
High
Low
High
BENB1
Low
Low
High
High
Function
Head heater driving voltage VH +24 V
Subheater's driving voltage
Head driving voltage VHGND
Serial data transferred according to the clock signal (H_CLK)
Includes head identification information and rank resistance
Rear heater selection signal for the head block's upper nozzles (18, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
Head's logic driving voltage +5 V
Clock signal for transferring the serial data
Head's logic driving voltage HVDD's GND
Front heater selection signal for the head block's upper nozzles
(1-8, 17-24, ..., 145-152)
Front heater selection signal for the head block's lower nozzles
(9-16, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
Rear heater selection signal for the head block's lower nozzles (916, 25-32, ..., 153-160)
Timing signal for latching serial data
Heater selection signal for odd-numbered nozzles in the head block
Heater selection signal for even-numbered nozzles in the head block
Heater enable decoder's output signal-generation signal
Heater enable decoder's output signal-generation signal
Rear heater drive signal for nozzles 1-112 in the head
Front heater drive signal for nozzles 1-112 in the head
Rear heater drive signal for nozzles 113-160 in the head
Front heater drive signal for nozzles 113-160 in the head
Serial data I/O direction control signal
Reset signal
Head temperature sensor's (diode) anode
Head temperature sensor's (diode) cathode
Unused
Applicable Nozzles
1, 2, 9, 10, ..., 153, 154 (1+8n, 2+8n : n=0~19)
3, 4, 11, 12, ..., 155, 156 (3+8n, 4+8n : n=0~19)
5, 6, 13, 14, ..., 157, 158 (5+8n, 6+8n : n=0~19)
7, 8, 15, 16, ..., 159, 160 (7+8n, 8+8n : n=0~19)
3-11
Appendix
Pin No.
1, 2, 3
4, 6
5, 7, 8, 10
9
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.3 Scanner Cartridge (Optional)
32 28 24 20 16 12
8
30 26 22 18 14 10
31 27 23 19 15 11
29 25 21 17 13 9
4
6
7
2
3
5
1
Figure 3-9 Scanner Cartridge
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
VHLED
N.C.
GNDLED
N.C.
GNDLED
DT0
GNDLED
RWR
VDD
DTCK
VSS
REN
VSS
RDT
SCHKR
LNST
N.C.
DT1
DT2
DT3
N.C.
RST
DIA
DIK
...
IN/OUT
IN
...
...
...
...
IN/OUT
...
IN
IN
IN/OUT
...
IN
...
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
...
Function
+24 V for LED
Unused
GND
Unused
GND
Scanned image's serial data
GND
Write clock for setting the internal resistor
+5 V
Scanned image's serial data clock
GND
Enable signal for setting the internal resistor
GND
Internal resistor setting data
Scanner cartridge detection and recognition
Scan start signal (1-line scanning)
Unused
For factory use
For factory use
For factory use
Unused
Reset
Scanner cartridge detection and recognition
Scanner cartridge detection and recognition
Unused
3-12
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.4 AC Adapter
13
57
2
68
Figure 3-10 AC Adapter
Signal
...
...
+24V
...
+5V
+5-GND
...
HGND
IN/OUT
...
...
...
...
OUT
...
...
...
Function
N.C.
N.C.
+24V DC
N.C.
+5V DC
GND
N.C.
GND
Appendix
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2.5 DC Power
1
3
5
4
1
5
Figure 3-11 DC Power Cable
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
+24V
...
HGND
+5V-GND
+5V
IN/OUT
OUT
...
...
...
OUT
Function
+24V DC
GND
GND
+5V DC
3-13
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.6 DC Carriage Motor
1
4
Figure 3-12 Carriage Motor
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
CRA
CRB
CRA
CRB
IN/OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
Function
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase B
Carriage motor phase A
Carriage motor phase B
2.7 Paper Feed Motor
1
4
Figure 3-13 Paper Feed Motor
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
LFA
LFB
LFA
LFB
IN/OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
Function
Paper-feed motor phase A
Paper-feed motor phase B
Paper-feed motor phase A
Paper-feed motor phase B
2.8 ASF Motor
1
4
Figure 3-14 ASF Motor
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
ASFA
ASFB
ASFA
ASFB
IN/OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
Function
ASF motor phase A
ASF motor phase B
ASF motor phase A
ASF motor phase B
3-14
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.9 Ink Sensor
3
1
1
3
3
1
Figure 3-15 Ink Sensor
Pin No.
1
2
3
Signal
INK/PWM
...
INKS
IN/OUT
IN
...
OUT
Function
Photo LED drive voltage in the ink sensor
GND
Voltage varying according to the reflected light amount
2.10 Printing Position Sensor
1
Appendix
4
Figure 3-16 Print Position Sensor
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal
REGA
SNSG
REGC
LGND
IN/OUT
OUT
...
OUT
...
Function
Drive voltage to the print position sensor's LED
GND
Voltage varying according to the reflected light amount
GND
2.11 Purge Sensor Connector
3
1
1
3
3
1
Figure 3-17 Purge Sensor
Pin No.
1
2
3
Signal
VSEN
...
SNS_DO_RUCK
IN/OUT
IN
...
OUT
Function
Photo LED drive voltage in the ink sensor
GND
Pump sensor sense signal High (sense)/Low
3-15
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BJC-6200
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Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
2.12 Circuit Diagrams
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CR BOARD
CN1
CN2
CN4
CN3
HVH
1
2
REGC
1
LGND
REGA
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
HPC
DIK0
DIA0
SNSG
5
14
6
7
5
DIA1
6
6
SNSG
7
7
8
8
HDATA0
SUBH1
HENB4
10
HCLOCK0
HENB5
11
HSEL1A0
HSEL1B0
HDATA1
13
17
17
HSEL2A0
HCLOCK1
15
HSEL2B0
LGND
16
LGND
HSEL1A1
17
HSEL2B0
SUBH0
HRSTX
18
HSEL1B1
18
HLAT
19
HLAT
19
HSEL2A1
19
ODD
20
ODD
20
HSEL2B1
20
EVEN
21
EVEN
21
BENB0
22
22
23
23
BENB0
BENB1
BENB1
HENB0
24
24
25
25
HENB0
CN6
HENB1
HENB1
REGA
HENB2
26
SNSG
HENB3
27
REGC
DIR
28
LGND
HVDD
10
11
DIA0
HPA
HVDD
DIK0
12
13
14
D
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
HSEL1A1
LGND
HSEL2A1
HSEL2B1
HLAT
ODD
EVEN
BENB0
BENB1
HENB4
HENB5
15
16
17
18
19
20
C
21
22
23
24
26
HENB4
25
26
27
HENB5
B
28
DIR
27
28
29
30
31
HRSTX
DIA1
DIK1
29
30
31
3
1
HPC
C3
0.1µF,50V
4
PS1
TLP832(CANO)
LGND
13
HCLOCK1
4
HRSTX
2
HVH
12
HSEL1B1
3
DIR
28
11
HGND
2
HENB3
27
9
1
HENB2
26
10
14
HSEL2A0
18
HDATA1
14
LGND
16
9
12
15
16
E
9
HSEL1A0
15
4
32
32
33
33
34
34
A
SNSG
3-17
Appendix
14
SUBH1
5
HCLOCK0
13
3
8
12
13
4
2
DIK1
HVDD
HGND
C5
1µF,50V
4
HSEL1B0
12
2
3
HVDD
3
HGND
11
1
F
C4
1µF,50V
2
HDATA0
11
HVH
1
SUBH0
HPA
1
CN5
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 01
<01-F1>
R101
1
7
+3.3R
2
5
8
R123
0,1A
2
1
1
1U,10V
ROMA15
ROMA2
ROMA14
ROMA3
ROMA13
ROMA4
ROMA12
ROMA5
ROMA11
ROMA6
ROMA10
ROMA7
ROMA9
5VDD3 103
161 XT2
ROM_A20 100
check
13
ROMD0
14
ROMD8
15
ROMD1
16
ROMD9
17
ROMD2
18
ROMD10
19
ROMD3
20
ROMD11
A1
A15
A0
A16
CE
_BYTE/VPP
GND1
GND2
OE
D15/A1-1
D0
D7
D8
D14
D1
D6
D9
D13
D2
D5
D10
D12
D3
D4
D11
VDD
35
34
33
ROMA10
+3.3V
ROMA12
28
27
26
25
24
23
ROMA13
171 HENB0
ROM_D9 90
172 BENB1
ROM_D5 89
173 BENB0
ROM_D2 88
ROMD1
ROMD13
ROMD9
ROMD5
HEADCONT11
ROMA14
ROMA15
FB101
VV1-2000000
ROMD2
HEADCONT10
ROMD12
174 EVEN
ROM_D12 87
175 ODD
ROM_D10 86
HEADCONT9
ROMA16
ROMD10
HEADCONT8
ROMD4
176 H_LTH
ROM_D4 85
177 H_RST
ROM_D3 84
HEADCONT7
ROMD3
IC101
HEADCONT6
ROMD15
178 HSEL2B0
HEADCONT5
ROMD7
+3.3R
ROMD13
PD0 82
180 HSEL1B0
NTEST2 81
181 HSEL1A0
NTEST1/TST7 80
ROMD5
ROMD12
ROMD4
22
HEADCONT1
0,1A
HEADCONT0
184 H_CLK0
2
STB 74
CP188
188 BZ
IF_D0 73
189 PD1
IF_D1 72
190 PD2
IF_D2 71
191 PD3
IF_D3 70
192 PD4
IF_D4 69
193 PD5
IF_D5 68
194 PD6
IF_D6 67
195 PD9
IF_D7 66
IFD2
MOT_SET
CVDC_PW_C
IFD3
1
IFD4
CP192
VHC_PW_C
IFD5
1
IFD6
CP194
IFD7
2
196 CR_STB
1
BUSY 64
IFCONT3
1
MOT_CR_LF2
PE 63
198 CR_DATA
IFCONT4
MOT_CR_LF3
199 LF_DATA
SLCT 62
IFCONT5
MOT_CR_LF4
MOT_CR_LF[5:0]
MA[9:0]
IC103
MB81V18165B-60PFTN
200 LF_CLK
FAULT 61
201 LF_STB
AFXT/SCK 60
IFCONT6
MOT_CR_LF5
<02-D8>
<04-D8>
<04-B8>
<04-A8>
IFCONT7
SNS_HP
202 PC0
INIT 59
203 PC1
5VDD2 58
204 PC2
SELIN 57
205 PC3
AMC 56
SNS_PE
SNS_ASF
MA2
23
MA3
24
2
2
25
C103
OE
NC4
A9
NC5
A8
A0
A7
A1
A6
A2
A5
A3
VCC3
C104
A4
GND1
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
<03-E6>
+3.3U
52 GND4
51 GND3
50 PB1
EEPROM_D
48 PB3
49 PB2
EEPROM_CS
EEPROM_SK
MA4
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9
MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
MD12
MD13
MD14
MD15
MA3
MA2
MA1
+5U
B
<04-D3>
<04-D3>
<04-D1>
47 RAM_A4
46 RAM_A5
45 RAM_A6
44 RAM_A7
43 RAM_A8
42 RAM_A9
41 OEX
40 UCASX
39 LCASX
38 RAM_D8
37 RAM_D9
36 RAM_D10
35 RAM_D11
34 RAM_D12
33 RAM_D13
32 RAM_D14
31 RAM_D15
30 RAM_A3
29 RAM_A2
28 RAM_A1
27 3.3VDD_INT1
26 GND_INT1
25 RAM_A0
CP24
RASX1
MA0
MD7
MD6
MD5
MD4
MD3
MD2
MD1
check
24 RASX1
23 RASX0
22 WEX
1
21 RAM_D7
20 RAM_D6
19 RAM_D5
18 RAM_D4
17 RAM_D3
16 RAM_D2
15 RAM_D1
14 RAM_D0
CP13
check
ST7
MD0
12 ST6/TST5
11 ST5/TST4
13 ST7/TST6
1
MOT_ASF6
MOT_ASF5
10 ST4/TST3
9 ST3
MOT_ASF3
MOT_ASF2
+3.3U
MOT_ASF1
MOT_ASF4
8 TST1
7 ST2/SOT
6 ITEST/SIN
5 SMC
4 ST1/TST2
3 3.3VDD1
2 GND2
1 GND1
LCASX
5VDD1 54
3.3VDD2 53
<04-D6>
UCASX
OEX
MA9
MA8
+3.3R
MA7
MA6
2
RAS
36
PB0 55
+3.3U
+5U
R121
0,1A
MA5
MA4
C121
1000P,50V
A
1000P,50V
1
1U,10V
UCAS
2
1
22
LCAS
WE
MOT_ASF[6:0]
<05-C6>
1
21
MA1
NC6
NC3
MD8
40
IFCONT[8:0]
1U,10V
20
MA0
NC2
MD9
C117
1
2
19
NC7
MD10
1000P,50V
18
I/O_9
41
MD11
C116
1
2
RASX0
NC1
42
1000P,50V
17
I/O_8
I/O_10
43
C115
1
2
16
I/O_7
44
C114
1
2
15
WEX
I/O_11
MD12
45
1000P,50V
11
I/O_12
I/O_6
208 3.3VDD5
C113
1
2
10
I/O_5
46
207 5VDD6
1U,10V
MD7
GND2
+3.3U
MD13
C109
1
2
9
I/O_13
VCC2
+5U
MD14
1U,10V
8
MD6
I/O_4
47
MD15
C108
1
2
7
MD5
I/O_14
48
1000P,50V
MD4
I/O_3
49
C107
1
2
6
I/O_15
1000P,50V
5
I/O_2
50
1000P,50V
MD3
I/O_16
C106
1
2
4
GND3
I/O_1
C105
1
2
MD2
VCC1
IF_PW_C
206 ST0
1U,10V
3
+5U
IFCONT8
SNS_DO_RUCK
MOT_ASF0
2
C
IFCONT2
197 CR_CLK
<05-E1>
<03-F5>
ACK 65
MOT_CR_LF1
MD[15:0]
IFD[7:0]
IFCONT1
MOT_CR_LF0
3.3K,1/16W
C120
1U,10V
IFD1
SNS_PW_C
R103
10,1/16W
IFD0
MOT_RESETX
BK2125HS330
<03-C8>
<03-C8>
IFCONT0
187 SUBH1
check
FB102
USB_D 75
1
check
<05-D1>
USB_D
186 SUBH0
<02-B8>
D
R120
USB_DX
USB_DX 76
HEADCONT22
<04-C6>
<05-E2>
<04-B6>
+3.3R
GND5 77
185 H_D0
BZ
NTEST1
1
3.3VDD_INT2 78
HEADCONT2
PD6
1
<03-D8>
GND_INT2 79
183 3.3VDD_INT5
R122
C122
10P,50V
check
CP80
182 GND_INT5
+3.3V
MD1
<01-E6>
USB_PW_C
179 HSEL2A0
HEADCONT3
ROMD6
check
MD0
ROMD[15:0]
ROMD11
ROM_D11 83
HEADCONT4
ROMD14
PD4
FB
ROM_D13 91
HEADCONT12
31
29
170 HENB1
ROMD6
HEADCONT13
32
30
ROM_D1 92
HEADCONT14
ROMA11
C101
21
A14
169 HENB2
ROMD8
2
C131
A13
A2
36
ROM_D6 93
1
C131:10P,50V/NOTMNT
C133:10P,50V/NOTMNT
C133
1
12
A3
37
ROM_D8 94
168 HENB3
1
2
11
A12
167 HENB4
HEADCONT15
2
10
BK1608HS121
1
CS0X
FB
2
2
2
1
A4
38
ROMD14
ROM_D14 95
HEADCONT16
CSACW4800MX40001
E
ROMD0
ROM_D0 96
166 HENB5
HEADCONT17
ROMA9
<01-D8>
3-18
Appendix
FB107
150,1/16W
<01-E1>
9
A11
39
GND
ROMA8
CS0X
ROM_D7 97
165 DIR
2
1
ROMA1
R105
1
8
A10
A5
40
2
BK1608HS121
ROMD7
HEADCONT18
1
ROMA2
ROM_D15 98
HEADCONT19
2
2
7
A6
41
FB
ROMA3
163 H_CLK1
FB
FB106
ROMD15
HEADCONT20
1
6
A9
2
ROMA4
CS0X 99
HEADCONT21
1
OUT1
1
5
A8
A7
C102
ROMA5
N.C
A17
1000P,50V/NOTMNT
4
A18
2
3
ROMA6
ROMA0
2
OUT2
1
1
ROMA19
1
ROMA7
42
1U,10V
ROMA17
DILB42P-8J
ROM_A20
CP100
X101
3
1
+5U
ROMA16
ROMA0
ROM_A0 101
164 H_D1
IC102
ROMA18
+3.3U
ROM_A16 102
160 XT1
162 GND_INT4
R102
1
2
68K,1/16W
F
ROMA1
3.3VDD3 104
2
0,1A
<01-E6>
GND6 105
GND7 106
ROM_A1 107
ROM_A2 109
ROM_A15 108
ROM_A14 110
ROM_A3 111
ROM_A13 112
ROM_A4 113
ROM_A5 115
ROM_A12 114
ROM_A11 116
ROM_A6 117
ROM_A7 119
ROM_A9 120
ROM_A10 118
ROMA17
ROMA8
ROMA18
ROM_A8 122
ROM_A17 121
ROMA19
125
ROM_A18 123
AVDD 126
ROMA[19:0]
ROM_A19 124
DIODE0
ANI0 127
C123
AVREF_AVREFP
REGI
THERMO
ANI1 128
INKS
ANI3 129
ANI4 132 SNS_USB
ANI2 130
1
1
check
check
ANI6 133
CP134
JP3
JP2
ANI7 134
AVSS 135
RESETX 137
AVSS_AVREFM 136
3.3VDD_INT3 138
CP133
1
check
CP140
P16
P16/TXD 140
+3.3R
GND_INT3 139
1
check
CP141
P17
LED_RES
PA1 142
P17/RXD 141
1
check
DOOR
CP144
LED_POW
PA0 143
RESUME_SW
P03
P03/INTP103 144
P02/INTP102 145
P01/INTP101 146
POW_SW
INK_PWM
REG_PW_C
HEADCONT26
159 3.3VDD_INT4
P05/PWM1 147
HEADCONT25
158 5VDD5
+3.3R
ROMA[19:0]
P00/INTP100 149
157 3.3VDD4
+5U
HEADCONT24
<01-D1>
HSEL2B1 150
+3.3U
ROMD[15:0]
GND8 155
GND9 156
1
C124
1U,10V
5VDD4 154
0.1U,25V
1
3.3V POWER for INSIDE-LOGIC of IC101
2
+3.3R
FB105
1
2
FB
BK2125HS330
HSEL2A1 151
2
C130
BK2125HS330
HEADCONT23
HEADCONT[26:0]
3.3V POWER for OUTSIDE-PORT of IC101
FB104
1
2
FB
HSEL1B1 152
<02-A8,F5>
+3.3V
+3.3U
6
RESETX
HSEL1A1 153
<05-F6>
3
<03-D8>
<02-F8>
<04-E3>
<02-C8>
<04-E6>
<02-E8>
+5U
1
DIODE1
5V POWER for PORT of IC101
P04/PWM0 148
+5U
FB103
1
2
FB
BK2125HS330
RA101 2
10K,0.063 W 4
ANI5 131
+5V
<04-E8>
<04-E8>
<04-F8>
<02-C8>
<04-F3>
<04-F8>
<04-F8>
+3.3V
2
1
8
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
8
7
6
5
3
IC201
LA6324NML
+5V
HEADCONT1
1K
HEADCONT3
8
11
1
RA201
100K
HEADCONT4
FB203
+5V
RA201
3
7
RA202
3
5
33K
+5V
HEADCONT5
BK32164S601
RA201
6
2
HEADCONT6
RA202
6
180K
7.5K
2
1
HEADCONT11
HEADCONT12
<02-B3,B5>
HEADCONT13
+5V
FB205
2
5
4
1
12
HEADCONT15
<02-B3,B6>
HEADCONT16
HEADCONT17
10
RA203
IC201
8
FB206
1K
HEADCONT18
BK32164S601
HEADCONT19
1
11
RA204
100K
11
LA6324NML
IC201
LA6324NML
DIK0
9
8
4
RA203
100
2
7 8
13
14
HEADCONT14
BK32164S601
4
390K,1/16W
<01-F3>
HEADCONT10
BK32164S601
DIA0
R251
DIODE0
4
5
6
7
8
HCLOCK0
2
HSEL1A0
HSEL1B0
HSEL2A0
HSEL2B0
R23533,1/16W
HEADCONT8
FB204
RA204
100K
3
1
1
12K
C201
1
2
FK2125T256AL
HDATA0
FK2125T256AL
HEADCONT7
4
HEADCONT9
0.1U,25V
1
FB207 FB208
FB202
FK2125T256AL
1
2
HEADCONT0
RA202
11
8
FB201
<02-A6,B1>
5
3
2
IC201
3
6
7
7
1
HEADCONT[26:0]
DIK1
1
2
RA202
100
+5V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HRSTX
2
HLAT
ODD
EVEN
BENB0
BENB1
HENB0
HENB1
HENB2
HENB3
HENB4
HENB5
DIR
<02-B3,B5>
<02-B3,C6>
<02-C3,C6>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,C6>
<02-C3,C6>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,C6>
<02-C3,C6>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,C5>
<02-C3,D6>
<02-C3,D6>
<02-C3,D5>
<02-A5,B1>
<02-A6,B1>
<02-C3,D5>
HEADCONT20
1
HEADCONT23
HEADCONT24
HEADCONT25
HEADCONT26
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FK2125T256AL
HDATA1
2
HEADCONT21
1
HCLOCK1
2
HSEL1A1
3
<01-F6>
<02-A8>
4
4
RA201
100K
4
5
3
+5V
2
LA6324NML
1
LOGIC BOARD 02
R201
DIODE1
2
<02-A5,B1>
390K,1/16W
<01-F3>
3
DIA1
+5V
1
4
HSEL1B1
HSEL2A1
HSEL2B1
<02-A6,C1>
<02-A5,C1>
<02-B5,C1>
<02-B6,C1>
<02-B6,C1>
<02-B5,C1>
F
FB209
BK32164S601
E
+5V
RA204
7
2
RA204
6
33K
RA203
RA203
5
4
3
6
12K
180K
3
7.5K
+24V
<04-C4>
R210
VSEN
1
ZD201
HPA
<02-B3,B6>
2
220,1/8W
1
HVH
5
R211
1
SUBH1
<02-A6,C4>
2
22K,1/16W
3
4
SUBH0
<02-A6,C4>
NNCD27G
SNS_HP
SNS_HP
<02-B3,B5>
2
<01-C5>
D
C202
1
1000P,50V
ZD202
HENB2
<02-C3,E3>
1
5
HENB3
<02-C3,E3>
2
+3.3V
3
2
<02-C3,E3>
HENB1
R260
REGI
ZD203
1
5.1K,1/16W
REGC
2
2
1
<02-B3,B6>
<02-C3,E3>
BENB0
1
5
BENB1
<02-C3,E3> <02-B6,D5>
2
C260
1
<02-C3,E3>
NNCD6.8G
R261
1K,1/16W
<01-F3>
DIR
4
<02-C3,E3>
0.1U,25V
EVEN
3
HVH
1
J28P
2
4
HENB0
J28P
<02-C3,E3>
3
J28P
4
NNCD6.8G
J28P
5
ZD204
<02-C3,F3>
1
2
HRSTX
HLAT
5
C203
0.01U,50V
<02-C3,F3>
1
2
<02-C3,F3>
Q203
HSEL2B0
3
ODD
4
6
J28P
7
1
+5V
J28P
J28P
8
<02-C3,F3>
J28P
9
J28P
REG_PW_C
3
RN2415
NNCD6.8G
R262
220,1/8W
2
<01-F4>
1
REGA
2
ZD205
<02-B3,B5>
<02-C3,F3>
2
10
HSEL1A0
1
5
<02-A6,D5>
SUBH0
J28P
11
J28P
HSEL1B0
12
<02-C3,F3>
J28P
13
2
R263
J28P
47K,1/16W
1
<02-B3,F3>
HCLOCK0
DIK0
<02-B3,E6>
+24V
3
1
4
HSEL2A0
<02-C3,F3> <02-A6,D6>
SUBH1
14
J28P
15
NNCD6.8G
J28P
ZD206
J28P
16
17
DIA0
5
J28P
18
<02-B3,E6>
J28P
2
HPA
<02-B3,D6>
3
R214
J28P
22
8
2
2
2
R213
ZD207
7
1
HVH
6
J28P
23
REGA
5
10K,1/16W
4
<02-B3,C6>
1
REGC
<02-B3,C6>
3
25
4
SNS_HP
J28P
<02-B3,D6>
26
J28P
R216
27
NNCD6.8G
J28P
R221
TPC8402
1
28
ZD208
100K,1/16W
1
10K,1/16W
24
J28P
5
2
10K,1/16W
J28P
2
<02-C4,D5>
1
R215
3
J28P
NNCD6.8G
2
1
100,1/16W
20
<02-B3,F3>
2
<01-C5>
VHC_PW_C
4
J28P
21
Q204
1
19
HDATA0
<02-C1,F1>
HSEL2A1
1
5
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
CN201
<02-D5,E3>
<02-D5,E3>
<02-D6,E3>
<02-D6,E3>
<02-C5,E3>
<02-C5,E3>
<02-C6,E3>
<02-C6,E3>
<02-C5,F3>
<02-C5,F3>
<02-C6,F3>
DIR
1
HENB3
J28P
2
HENB2
J28P
3
HENB1
J28P
4
HENB0
J28P
5
BENB1
J28P
6
BENB0
J28P
7
EVEN
J28P
8
ODD
J28P
9
HLAT
J28P
10
HRSTX
J28P
11
J28P
12
<02-C6,F3>
<02-C5,F3>
<02-C5,F3>
<02-C6,F3>
HSEL2B0
HSEL2A0
HSEL1B0
HSEL1A0
J28P
13
J28P
14
J28P
15
J28P
16
J28P
17
<02-C6,F3>
HCLOCK0
J28P
18
J28P
19
<02-B5,F3>
HDATA0
J28P
20
J28P
21
J28P
22
J28P
<02-B5,E6>
<02-B6,E6>
<02-B6,D6>
<02-B5,D6>
<02-B5,C6>
<02-B6,C6>
DIA0
23
J28P
DIK0
24
J28P
HPA
25
J28P
SNS_HP
REGA
26
J28P
27
J28P
REGC
28
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
CN202
<02-B5,F1>
<02-B6,F1>
<02-B6,F1>
<02-B5,F1>
HSEL2B1
<02-A5,F1>
HCLOCK1
<02-A6,F1>
HDATA1
1
J20P
HSEL2A1
2
J20P
HSEL1B1
3
J20P
HSEL1A1
4
J20P
5
J20P
6
J20P
7
J20P
8
J20P
9
J20P
<02-A6,E3>
<02-A5,E3>
HENB5
10
J20P
HENB4
11
J20P
12
J20P
13
J20P
14
J20P
<02-A5,F6>
<02-A6,F6>
DIA1
<02-A6>
<04-B4>
HVDD
15
J20P
DIK1
16
J20P
17
J28P
J20P
18
J20P
19
J20P
20
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
CN203
C
B
J20P
J28P
HSEL2B1
<02-C1,F1>
2
HSEL1B1
<02-C1,F1>
3
4
HSEL1A1
<02-C1,F1>
H_GND
NNCD6.8G
LOGIC_GND
CN202-22pin:SENSOR_GND
LOGIC_GND
HDATA1
<02-C1,F1>
HEADCONT2
1
5
HCLOCK1
<02-C1,F1>
2
HEADCONT22
<02-B1,E3>
2
Q205
HENB5
3
4
HENB4
<02-B1,E3>
NNCD6.8G
R240
1
2
7
3
6
SUBH1
R242
R241
DIK1
<02-B1,F6>
100,1/16W
1
1
5
<02-C4,D5>
<02-B1>
<04-B4>
HVDD
3
<02-B1,F6>
+5V
4
2
4
SUBH0
DIA1
5
2
1
10K,1/16W
A
ZD210
<02-C4,D6>
2
2
1
100,1/16W
8
R243
TPC8201
NNCD6.8G
10K,1/16W
1
<01-F6>
<02-F5>
LOGIC_GND
ZD209
HEADCONT[26:0]
3-19
Appendix
<02-B6,C4>
2
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 03
VIF
<04-D4>
F
RA303
3.3K,0.063W
IFD[7:0]
CA301
NFA3216G2C100R6R8
IFD1
3
RA301
0.10A,FERRITE
1
FB302
BK32164S471
IFD0
1
2
3
7
1
2
1
3
4
4
8
3
4
2
5
6
5
9
5
6
4
7
8
6
10
7
8
5
1
2
3
2
J36P
IFD2
3
J36P
IFD3
4
IFD4
3
J36P
1
<01-C1>
5
J36P
7
1
2
1
4
4
8
3
4
2
5
6
5
9
5
6
4
7
8
6
10
7
8
5
2
IFD5
3
6
J36P
IFD6
7
J36P
IFD7
8
J36P
9
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
2
J36P
FB303
BK32164S471
CA302
NFA3216G2C100R6R8
RA302
0.10A,FERRITE
RA304
3.3K,0.063W
SYMBOL = RCA4E2
RA306
RA308
8
IFCONT8
1
2
3
4
5
IFCONT2
IFCONT3
R339
5
4
2
5
4
2
1
1
7
4
5
6
7
8
31
J36P
R318
36
FB311
10,1/16W
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
5
6
5
6
10
BK32164S601
J36P
11
J36P
12
J36P
13
J36P
7
8
7
RA305
8
32
1
1
R341
FB312
SELIN
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
ACK
BUSY
PE
D
SLCT
FAULT
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
C311
C313
C315
C317
C319
10P,50V
10P,50V
10P,50V
10P,50V
10P,50V
2
C312
10P,50V
1
16
J36P
C314
C316
470P,50V 10P,50V
C320
470P,50V
R319
1
J36P
18
2
390,1/8W
CF301
R342
J36P
17
1.5K,1/16W
2
47K,1/16W
J36P
19
1CN305
PWR
J36P
2CN305
D-
J36P
3CN305
D+
J36P
4CN305
Gnd
J36P
J4P
2
24,1/16W
1
6
20
J4P
2
2
5
3
4
24,1/16W
21
4
5
J4P
22
J4P
23
J36P
24
617CM1427
ZD305
J36P
25
J36P
FTZ6.8E/NOTMNT
26
3
J36P
2
1
R343
1
USB_D
INIT
BK32164S601
15
R338
USB_DX
STB
AFXT
J36P
RN2415
<01-D1>
<01-D1>
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
J36P
0.10A,FERRITE
3
Q301
3
81K,0.063 W
2
2
IFCONT5
6
2
USB_PW_C
VUSB
22K,1/16W
14
2
2
<01-D1>
IFCONT4
2
1
J36P
2
1
1
+3.3V
1
R340
1
2
1
1
1
SNS_USB
33K,1/16W
<01-F3>
1
J36P
RA3097
IFCONT1
100,1/16W
100,1/16W
1K,1/16W
2
R323
1K,1/16W
1
3
27
J36P
28
J36P
29
J36P
30
J36P
33
J36P
34
J36P
35
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
CN304
C
J36P
E001
1
E
2
3
B
A
3-20
Appendix
IFCONT7
R324
5
R316
R317
IFCONT6
3
1
3
1
<01-C1>
IFCONT0
E
RA307
3.3K,0.063W 3.3K,0.063W
2
6
IFCONT[8:0]
4
2
1K,0.063 W
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 04
+5V
+3.3V
TH401
1
<01-F4>
R407
2
1
INK_PWM
3
Q404
2
47K,0.063W
FP1L3N
TBPS1473J475H5Q
2
1
SKHVLH
R412
SKQNLA
DOOR
1
SKQNLA
RESUME
R413
1
2
FB
2
1
BK1608HS121
150,1/4W
<01-F3>
1
CN401
2
CN401
3
CN401
J3P
FB404
C408
1
1
2
1
POWER
2
DOOR
C403
<01-F4>
SKQNLA
1
2SW403
SKHVLH
2
SKQNLA
1
2SW402
C402
1
RESUME_SW
C401
POW_SW
<01-F4>
2
2SW401
<01-F4>
68K,1/16W
F
+3.3V
THERMO
2
1
0.01U,50V
FB
2
1
BK1608HS121
J3P
FB405
100P,50V
100P,50V
<01-F3>
R414
INKS
1
2
FB
2
1
BK1608HS121
1K,1/16W
2
100P,50V
J3P
FB406
C410
1
0.1U,25V
E
+5V
+5V
LED401
1
R401
2
1
POWER(GREEN)
2
180,1/10W
LED401
LED_RES
3
<01-F4>
FB402
SEC2494C
R402
4
1
RESUME(ORANGE)
2
180,1/10W
FB403
1
2
FB
BK1608HS601
Q401
3
RN2415
2
IF_PW_C
IC402
VIF
<03-F3>
2
1
R408
2
47K,1/16W
1
<01-B2>
<01-B2>
EEPROM_CS
3
EEPROM_SK
4
NC
VCC
TEST
GND
CS
DO
SK
DI
8
7
6
5
R425
1
2
3.3K,1/16W
EEPROM_D
<01-B2>
D
1
R405
+5V
1
1
390,1/16W
3
C404
<01-C5>
PS401
SNS_PW_C
RN2415
VSEN
<02-D8>
2
4
2
Q402
3
TLP831(CANO)
1
100P,50V
2
1
1
SNS_PE
2
<01-C5>
0.1U,25V
2
2
C411
R404
39K,1/16W
2
S-93C56AFJ-TF
R409
1
47K,1/16W
C
1
1
390,1/16W
2
FB
1
SNS_ASF
C430
<01-C5>
PS402
TLP832(CANO)
CVDC_PW_C
2
FB
Q403
3
1
BK1608HS601
FP1L3N
HVDD
<02-A6,B1>
2
4
2
1
100P,50V
2
3
1
FB407
2
<01-C5>
FB408
R432
1
2
2
R431
39K,1/16W
BK1608HS601
+5V
B
R410
2
2
1
47K,1/16W
R434
R435
1
390,1/16W
1
39K,1/16W
1CN402
J3P
2CN402
J3P
SNS_DO_RUCK
3CN402
2
J3P
A
C431
100P,50V
1
<01-B5>
3-21
Appendix
<01-B1>
+5V
1
SEC2494C
1 FB
2
BK1608HS601
LED_POW
<01-F4>
Part 3: Appendix
BJC-6200
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LOGIC BOARD 05
+5V
FB501
FBMH3216HM501NT
1
2
FB
J4P
2
RESETX
C531
3
1000P,50V
1000P,50V
by IC501
<01-F6>
1
2
1
FB502
FBMH3216HM501NT
C530
2
2
1
R502
2
FB
1
MM1478FFBE
1
5
2
2
VOUT 5
2
J4P
R531
0,1A
R530
0,1A
C503
47U,35V
2
4 VIN
2
CN501
N.C 6
1
3 CONT
ZD501
1K,1/16W
2 RESETX
GND 7
2
CD 8
1
J4P
HGND
F
+3.3V
1 N.C.
1
3
CN501
1
+5V-GND
IC501
1
C501
100U,35V
C502
4
CN501
1U,10V
+5V
4
NNCD27G/NOTMNT
CRA
4CN502
FBMH3216HM501NT
1
2
FB
CRB
J4P
2
J4P
FB503
R503
12K,1/10W
+24U +5V
1
FU501
1
2
2
1
2
R507
2
2
+24U
0.75,1/4W
1
5
6
C508
7
0.22U,50V
100K,1/16W
2
1
8
1
1
3
2
4
R505
220U,35V
2
R509
9
10
C518
ZD503
RD2.7SB1
2
1
C509
0.015U,50V
2
0.1U,25V
1
2
+5V
C517
680P,50V/NOTMNT
1
2
C516
+24R
1000P,50V
1
2
37
+24U
11
12
1
13
14
15
R513
0.75,1/4W
1
16
2
17
18
VMB
VMA
OUT_B
OUT_A-
RS_B
RS_A
PGND1
PGND4
OUT_BNC
OUT_A
STROBE_AB-
CCP_A
CLK_AB
CR_AB
DATA_AB
VREF_AB
VSS1
RESET
VSS2
VREF_CD
VDD
CR_CD
DATA_CD
CCP_B
CLK_CD
CCP_C
STROBE_CD-
OUT_D-
OUT_C
PGND2
PGND3
RS_D
OUT_D
VMD
RS_C
OUT_CVMC
+24U
36
35
R511
0.75,1/4W
34
1
MOT_CR_LF[5:0]
2
<01-C6>
33
32
31
MOT_CR_LF0
30
MOT_CR_LF1
29
MOT_CR_LF2
MOT_RESETX
28
<01-C6>
38
27
26
MOT_CR_LF3
25
MOT_CR_LF4
24
MOT_CR_LF5
23
D
+24U
22
R515
0.75,1/4W
21
1
2
20
19
2
1
1
C519
0.01U,50V
2
TB62201AF
C520
0.01U,50V
VR 19
GND2 25
7 OUT3
1
FB
2
1
FB
2
1
FB
2
1
FB
2
1CN503
LFA
2CN503
LFB
3CN503
LFA*
4CN503
LFB*
J4P
J4P
J4P
J4P
FBMH2016HM251N *4
C
CR 18
8 RSB
VSB 17
9 VMMB
STB 16
I1 15
MOT_ASF5
11 OUT4
IN3 14
MOT_ASF2
12 VCC1
IN4 13
MOT_ASF3
10 NC3
100P,50V
2
VSA 20
6 OUT2
C511
0.01U,50V
C5151
5 RSA
26 GND1
C510
0.01U,50V
100P,50V
2
MOT_ASF4
100P,50V
2
MOT_ASF1
I0 21
C5141
IN2 22
4 VMMA
2100P,50V
3 NC2
1
MOT_ASF0
2
IN1 23
2
VCC2 24
2 OUT1
1
1 NC1
<01-B6>
C5131
MOT_ASF[6:0]
IC503
C5121
FB520
FB521
FB522
FB523
MTD2002G
B
+5V
2
1
1
RD2.7SB1
2
1
2
3300P,50V
2
1
C521
ZD504
3
1
RD3.3SB2
ZD505
2
22K,1/16W
R521
1
2
390,1/16W
1
R519
R522
2
0.51,1/4W
2
1
R517
+5V
MOT_ASF6
Q501
FA1L4M
1CN504
ASFA
2CN504
ASFB
3CN504
ASFA*
4CN504
ASFB*
J4P
J4P
J4P
A
J4P
3-22
Appendix
C506
1
24V for MTD2002G
2K,1/16W
+24R
FU502
FCC3220202
1
2
+5V
390,1/16W
1
R506
2
1
C507
1000P,50V
E
<01-C5>
IC401
+5V
100K,1/16W
2
1
1
+5V
R504
1
C505
220U,35V
R508
D1FS4A
C504
1000U,35V
MOT_SET
24V for TB62201F
2
22K,1/16W/NOTMNT
1
2
1
2
2
+24U
FCC3220202
D501
0.51,1/4W
+24V
CRB*
3CN502
J4P
24V for BJ-HEAD
1
CRA*
2CN502
J4P
+24V
CN501
1CN502
J4P
by FB102(IC103)
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