Sharp UX-310 Service manual

UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SERVICE MANUAL
No. 00ZUX310DESME
FACSIMILE
UX-310
FO-730
MODEL NX-530
Illustration: UX-310
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications ............................................ 1-1
[2] Operation panel......................................... 1-2
[3] Transmittable documents .......................... 1-3
[4] Installation ................................................. 1-4
[5] Quick reference guide ............................... 1-9
[6] Option imaging film specifications ............ 1-10
CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
[1] Circuit description ...................................... 5-1
[2] Circuit description of control PWB ..............5-2
[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB .......... 5-8
[4] Circuit description of
power supply PWB ............................ 5-11
[5] Circuit description of CIS unit ................... 5-11
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS
[1] Adjustments ............................................... 2-1
[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch .......... 2-2
[3] Troubleshooting ...................................... 2-17
[4] Error code table....................................... 2-18
CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND
PARTS LAYOUT
[1] Control PWB circuit ................................... 6-1
[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit ................................. 6-9
[3] Power supply PWB circuit ....................... 6-11
[4] Operation panel PWB circuit ................... 6-13
CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS
[1] General description .................................. 3-1
[2] Disassembly and assembly
procedures ....................................... 3-3
CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART
[1] Protocol ..................................................... 7-1
[2] Power on sequence .................................. 7-2
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram ............................................4-1
[2] Wiring diagram .......................................... 4-2
[3] Point-to-point diagram ............................... 4-3
CHAPTER 8. OTHERS
[1] Service tools .............................................. 8-1
[2] IC signal name .......................................... 8-4
PARTS GUIDE
Parts marked with " " is important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
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This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT
(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the equipment manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
Il y a danger d’explosion s’ il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
même type ou d’un type recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rébut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)
VARNING
Explosionsfare vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.
(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien dürfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.
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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications
Automatic dialing:
(UX-310)
Rapid Key Dialing: 5 numbers
Speed Dialing: 40 numbers
Automatic dialing:
(FO-730/NX-530)
Rapid Key Dialing: 8 numbers
Speed Dialing: 80 numbers
Imaging film:
Initial starter roll (included with fax
machine): 10 m roll (approx. 30 A4
pages)
Replacement roll:
UX-3CR 30 m roll (two rolls in
package, one roll yields approx. 95 A4
pages)
Automatic document feeder: 10 sheets max.
Modem speed:
Effective scanning width:
210 mm max.
Contrast control:
Automatic/Dark selectable
Copy function:
Standard
Telephone function:
Standard
(cannot be used for incoming/outgoing
if power fails)
Power requirements:
220-230 V AC, 50 Hz
Operating temperature:
5 to 35°C
Humidity:
Maximum: 85 %
Power consumption:
Stand-by: 2.3 W
Maximum: 115 W
9600 bps with automatic fallback to
7200, 4800, or 2400 bps
Dimensions:
Width: 343 mm
Transmission time* :
Approx. 22 seconds
Depth: 313 mm
Display:
16-digit LCD display
Height: 312 mm
Reception modes:
FAX, TEL, TEL/FAX, A.M.
Weight:
Resolution:
Horizontal:
8 dots/mm
Vertical:
Standard: 3.85 lines/mm
Fine/Halftone: 7.7 lines/mm
Super fine (transmission only):
15.4 lines/mm
*
Approx. 3.4 kg
Based on ITU-T (CCITT) Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in Sharp
special mode, excluding time for protocol signals (i.e., ITU-T phase C
time only).
Note: The facsimile machine is Year 2000 compliant.
Recording system:
Thermal transfer recording
Halftone (grayscale):
64 levels
Applicable telephone line:
Public switched telephone network / PBX
Compatibility:
ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode
Configuration:
Half-duplex, desktop transceiver
Compression scheme:
MH, MR
Scanning method:
Sheet-feeder CIS (Contact Image Sensor)
Effective recording width:
208 mm max.
Input document size:
Automatic feeding:
Width  148 to 210 mm
Length  140 to 297 mm
Manual feeding:
Width  148 to 210 mm
Length  140 to 600 mm
As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for procduct
improvement without prior notice. The performance specifications figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some
deviation from these values in individual units.
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[2] Operation panel
1 2
3
4
5
7 8
6
TEL FAX
TEL/FAX ANRUFB.
ABC
1
GHI
DEF
2
JKL
4
PQRS
EMPFANGSART
3
MNO
5
AUFLÖSUNG
WAHLWDH.
FUNKTION
6
KOPIE/HILFE
ALPHAWAHL
8
LAUTSTÄRKE
LEISE
LAUT
Normal papier fax
WXYZ
TUV
7
KURZWAHL
9
01
R
02
03
06
07
STOP
SYMBOLE
LAUTSPR.
04
05
08/ABRUF
0
(FO-730/NX-530)
9
12
10 11
01
02
03
START
13 14 15
04
05/ABRUF
(UX-310)
10. ALPHAWAL/R (SEARCH/R key)
1. KURZAHL (SPEED DIAL key)
Press this key to search for an automatic dialing number,
or, if you are on a P.B.X. extension, press this key to
transfer or put the other party on hold.
Press this key to dial a 2-digit Speed Dial number.
2. WAHLWDH. (REDIAL key)
Press this key to automatically redial the last number dialed.
11. lautspr. (SPEAKER key)
3. LCD-Anzeige (Display)
Press this key to hear the line and fax tones through the
speaker before sending a document, or dialing a voice
number.
Note: This is not a speakerphone. You must pick up the
handset to talk with the other party.
This displays messages and prompts during operation and
programming.
4. EMPFANGSART (RECEPTION MODE key)
Press this key to select the reception mode. An arrow in the
display will point to the currently selected reception mode.
12. Zielwahltasten (Rapid Dial keys)
5. AUFLÖSUNG (RESOLUTION key)
Press one of these keys to dial a fax or voice number
automatically. (Note that you must attach the Rapid Key
labels.)
Press this key to adjust the resolution and contrast before
sending or copying a document.
6. LAUTSTÄRKE (VOLUME keys)
Press these keys to adjust the volume of the speaker when the
SPEAKER key has been pressed, or the volume of the ringer
at all other times.
13. STOP (STOP key)
Press this key to cancel operations before they are
completed.
14. START (START key)
7. FUNKTION (FUNCTION key)
Press this key to send or receive a document manually
Press this key to select various special functions.
8. BEDIENFELD ENTRIEGELN (Panel release)
Grasp this finger hold and pull toward you to open the operation
panel.
9. Zifferntasten (Number keys)
Use these keys to dial numbers, and enter numbers and letters
during number/name storing procedures.
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when off hook.
15. KOPIE/HILFE (COPY/HELP key)
When a document is in the feeder, press this key to make
a copy. At any other time, press this key to print out the
Help List, a quick refernce guide to the opeation of your
fax.
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[3] Transmittable documents
5. Automatic Document Feeder Capacity
1. Document Sizes
Number of pages that can be placed into the feeder at anytime is as
follows:
Normal size
width
148 – 216 mm
Normal size: max. ADF 10 sheets
length
128 – 297 mm
Special size: single sheet only (manual feed)
NOTES:
(Max.)
(Max.)
A4 size
(Min.)
•
1000mm
6. Readable Width & Length
210mm
[Normal size]
The readable width and length of a document are slightly smaller than
the actual document size.
210mm
[Special size]
Note that characters or graphics outside the effective document scanning range will not be read.
Use document carrier sheet for smaller documents.
*
When you need to send or copy more pages than the feeder
limit, place additional pages in feeder when last page in
feeder is being scanned.
Place additional pages carefully and gently in feeder.
If force is used, double-feeding or a document jam may
result.
297mm
128mm
148mm
•
•
With special sizes, only one sheet can be fed into the machine at a
time. Insert next page into feeder as current page is being scanned.
Readable width
210mm, max.
2. Paper Thickness & Weight
Normal size
Thickness 0.06–0.09 mm
ADF 10
52–80g/m2
sheets Weight
14–20lbs
Thickness 0.06–0.20 mm
Special size
Weight
52–157g/m2
Readable width
3. Document Types
•
Normal paper
Documents handwritten in pencil (No. 2 lead or softer), fountain
pen, ball-point pen, or felt-tipped pen can be transmitted.
•
Documents of normal contrast duplicated by a copying machine
can also be transmitted.
This is the length of the document sent minus 5mm from the top and
bottom edges.
•
Diazo copy (blue print)
•
Carbon copy
Readable length
Diazo copy documents of a normal contrast may be transmitted.
5mm
A carbon copy may be transmitted if its contrast is normal.
Readable length
4. Cautions on Transmitting Documents
•
Documents written in yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink cannot
be transmitted.
•
Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before
the documents can be transmitted.
•
All clips, staples and pins must be removed from documents before transmission.
•
Patched (taped) documents should be copied first on a copier and
then the copies used for transmission.
•
All documents should be fanned before insertion into the feeder to
prevent possible double feeds.
5mm
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7. Use of Document Carrier Sheet
TELEPHONE JACK
A document carrier sheet must be used for the following documents.
• Those with tears.
A standard telephone jack must be located near the machine.
This is the telephone jack commonly used in most homes and offices.
•
•
•
Those smaller than size 148mm (W) x 128mm (L).
Carbon-backed documents
Make print straight
across paper
E.G.
Place the document
carrier in the document
feeder with the clear film
side down
2. Loading the imaging film (UX-3CR)
Your fax uses a roll of imaging film to create printed text and images.
The print head in the fax applies heat to the imaging film to transfer ink
to the paper. Follow the steps below to load or replace the film.
Direction of insertion
•
When using the document carrier, carefully read the instructions written on the back.
•
If the document carrier is dirty, clean it with a soft, moist
cloth, and then dry it before using for transmission.
•
Do not place more than one document in the carrier at a
time.
•
The initial starter roll of imaging film included with your fax can print
about 30 A4 pages.
•
When replacing the film, use a roll of Sharp UX-3CR imaging film.
One roll can print about 95 A4 pages.
Note: If there is paper in the paper tray, pull the paper release plate
forward and remove the paper before loading the imaging film.
NOTE: To transmit a carbon-backed document, insert a white sheet of
paper between the carbon back of the document and the document carrier.
• Those containing an easily separable writing substance (e.g., tracing paper written on with a soft, heavy lead pencil).
NOTES:
Plugging the fax machine into a jack which is not an jack may result
in damage to the machine or your telephone system. If you do not
know what kind of jack you have, or needed to have one installed,
contact the telephone company.
1 Open the operation panel by grasping the finger hold and pulling up.
[4] Installation
1. Site selection
2 Pull the green release on the right side of the machine forward, and
Take the following points into consideration when selecting a site for this
model.
open the print compartment cover.
ENVIRONMENT
•
•
The machine must be installed on a level surface.
•
Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the machine. In
particular, keep the area in front of the machine clear, or the original
document may jam as it comes out after scanning.
•
•
The temperature should be between 5° and 35°C.
Keep the machine away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sunlight, and dust.
The humidity should be between 30% and 85% (without condensation).
ELECTRICITY
If you are installing the imaging film for the first
time, go to Step 6.
AC 220-230V, 50Hz, earthed (2-prong) AC outlet is required.
Caution!
•
Connection to a power source other than that specified will cause
damage to the equipment and is not covered under the warranty.
•
If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges,
we recommend that you install a surge protector for the power and
telephone lines. Surge protectors can be purchased at most telephone
specialty stores.
3 Remove the imaging film cartridge from the print compartment (grasp
the handle at the front of the cartridge) and turn it over.
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place...
If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, it is possible that
the reading glass may fog up, preventing proper scanning of documents
for transmission. To remove the fog, turn on the power and wait approximately 2 hours before using the machine.
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4 Remove the used film from the cartridge.
9 Cut the band that holds the two spools together. Unroll the film slightly
and insert the small gears into their holders.
5 Remove the four green gears from the used film.
DO NOT DISCARD THE FOUR GREEN GEARS!
F Turn the cartridge over, grasp the handle, and insert the cartridge
into the print compartment.
6 Remove the new roll of imaging film from its packaging.
• Do not yet remove the band that holds the rolls together.
G Rotate the large gear toward you until the film is taut.
7 Insert the large gear into the green end of the empty spool. Make
sure the two protrusions on the large gear fit firmly into the slots in
the end of the spool.
Insert the remaining three gears into the spools, making sure the
protrusion on each gear fits firmly into one of the slots in the end of
each spool.
• If needed, pull the spools apart slightly to allow the gears to fit
(the band will stretch).
H Close the print compartment cover (press down on both sides to make
Protrusion
sure it clicks into place), and then close the operation panel.
Slot
Click!
I Load paper in the paper tray and then press the following keys to
Large gear
initialize the film.
8 Insert the large gear into the large holder on the imaging film cartridge
Note: Paper must be loaded before the film can be initialized. To
load paper, see the following section, Loading the Printing Paper.
(make sure it clicks into place), and then insert the small gear on the
other end of the spool into its holder.
FUNKTION
Display shows:
6
INITIALIZE FILM
START
When to replace the imaging film.
Replace the imaging film when the display shows:
FILM END
Use the following imaging film, which is available from your dealer
or retailer: Sharp UX-3CR Imaging Film
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4 Attach the paper tray extension.
3. Assembly and connections
1 Plug the power lead into a 220-230 V, 50 Hz, earthed (2-prong) AC
♦ Pull the paper release plate forward. Insert the paper tray extension
horizontally into the notches in the paper tray. Rotate the paper
tray extension up until it snaps into place.
outlet.
•
Caution: The mains outlet (socket outlet) should be installed near
the equipment and be easily accessable.
•
The machine does not have a power on/off switch, so the power
is turned on and off by simply plugging in or unplugging the power
lead.
Note: If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power
surges, we recommend that you install surge protectors for
the power and telephone lines. Surge protectors can be
purchased from your dealer or at most telephone specialty
stores.
5 Attach the original document support.
Note: The original document support has a top side and a bottom
side. If you cannot insert the tabs on the support into the holes,
turn the support over.
2 Connect the handset as shown and place it on the handset rest.
♦ The ends of the handset cord are identical, so they will go into
either socket.
4. Loading printing paper
You can load letter or legal size paper in the paper tray. The maximum
number of sheets is:
Make sure the handset cord
goes into the socket marked
with a handset symbol on the
side of the machine!
♦ 60 for paper from 60 to 80 g/m2
♦ 50 for paper from 75 to 90 g/m2
1 Fan the paper, and then tap the edge against a flat surface to even
Use the handset to make ordinary
phone calls, or to transmit and receive
documents manually.
the stack.
3 Insert one end of the line cord into the socket on the back of the
machine marked TEL.LINE. Insert the other end into a wall telephone
socket.
2 Pull the paper release plate toward you.
TE
SEL. T
T EL
LI .
NE
N F N
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3 Insert the stack of paper into the tray, print side down.
5. Clearing a jammed document
• If paper remains in the tray, take it out and combine it into a single
stack with the new paper before adding the new paper.
If the original document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or
copying, or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try
pressing the START key. If it doesn’t feed out, remove it as follows:.
• Be sure to load the paper so that printing takes place on the print
side of the paper. Printing on the reverse side may result in poor
print quality.
Important:
Do not try to remove a document without opening the operation panel.
This may damage the feeder mechanism.
1 Open the operation panel by grasping the finger hold and pulling up.
4 Push the paper release plate back down.
• If the paper release plate is not pushed down, paper feed errors will
result.
Note: When receiving faxes or copying documents, do not allow a
large number of pages to accumulate in the output tray. This may
obstruct the outlet and cause paper jams.
2 Remove the document.
3 Close the operation panel, making sure it clicks into place.
5 Your fax has been set at the factory to print at normal contrast.
Depending on the type of paper you have loaded, you may find that
you obtain better print quality by changing the setting to LIGHT.
Press these keys:
FUNKTION
6
Clik!
The display will show: PRINT CONTRAST
Press 1 to select NORMAL or 2 to select LIGHT.
NORMAL LIGHT
1
or
2
The display will show: COPY CUT-OFF
Press the STOP key to return to the date and time display.
STOP
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4 Close the print compartment cover (press down on both sides to make
6. Clearing jammed printing paper
1 Pull the paper release plate forward and remove the paper.
sure it clicks into place), and then close the operation panel.
Click!
5 Replace the paper in the paper tray and push the paper release plate
2 Open the operation panel (grasp the finger hold and pull up), and
back down.
then pull the release on the right side of the machine forward to open
the print compartment cover.
3 Gently pull the jammed paper out of the machine, making sure no
torn pieces of paper remain in the print compartment or rollers.
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SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
[5] Quick reference guide
FUNKTION
3
Press:
INSTALLATION
Display shows: DATE & TIME SET
1
2
Press the START key:
START
Enter two digits for the Day (01 through 31).
Enter two digits for the Month (01 through 12).
N F N
TEL
SET.
TEL
LIN .
E
Enter four digits for the Year (Ex: 1999).
Enter two digits for the Hour (01 through 23).
3
Enter two digits for the Minute (00 through 59).
STOP
When finished, press:
START
1. Connect the handset as shown.
STORING AND CLEARING NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALING
2. Plug the power cord into a grounded, 220-230 V outlet.
FUNKTION
1. Press:
3. Plug one end of the telephone line into the TEL. LINE jack on the rear of the
fax, and the other end into your telephone wall jack.
3
Display shows: FAX/TEL # MODE
CONNECTING AN ANSWERING MACHINE AND/OR EXTENSION TELEPHONE
2. Press 1 to store a number or 2 to clear a number.
Germany:
3. Enter a 2-digit Speed Dial number (from 01 to 05 for Rapid Key Dialing, or 06
to 45 for Speed Dialing) (FO-730/NX-530 from 01 to 08 for Rapid Key Dialing,
or 09 to 88 for Speed Dialing). (If you are clearing a number, go to Step 7.)
The TEL. SET socket is not available on the fax.
We recommend that you plug the answering machine line cable into the right
connector of the TAE wall outlet, a (e.g.: cordless) telephone into the middle connector and fax line cord into the left connector.
4. Enter the full telephone/fax number.
5. Press:
Switzerland, Austria:
START
6. Enter the name of the location by pressing number keys (max. of 20 characters). (Refer to the letter entry table in ENTERING YOUR NAME AND
NUMBER.)
An extension phone cannot be used. An answering machine can be used if it is
connected to a wall socket (the TEL. SET socket is not available).
STOP
ENTERING YOUR NAME AND NUMBER
7. Press:
FUNKTION
1. Press:
START
3
SENDING DOCUMENTS
Display shows: OWN NUMBER SET
2. Press:
START
3. Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits) by pressing the number keys.
Place your document (up to 10 pages)
face down in the document feeder.
♦ If you make a mistake, press the SEARCH/R key to move the cursor
back to the mistake, then enter the correct number or letter.
4. Press:
START
Normal Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press
5. Enter your name by pressing the appropriate number keys as shown below.
♦ To enter two letters in succession that require the same key, press the SPEAKER
key after entering the first letter.
LAUTSPR.
2. Dial the fax number.
A=
J=
S=
B=
K=
T=
3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person answers, ask them to press their Start
key).
C=
L=
U=
4. Press:
D=
M=
V=
E=
N=
W=
F=
O=
X=
G=
P=
Y=
H=
Q=
Z=
I=
R=
GHI
ABC
DEF
JKL
MNO
Speed Dialing
1. Press:
3. Press:
Deletes highlighted letter
START
RECEIVING DOCUMENTS
Upper/lower
case shift key
TEL
ALPHAWAHL
R
FAX
14 FEB 10:30
Press:
WXYZ
TUV
KURZWAHL
2. Enter 2-digit Speed Dial number.
SPACE =
KURZWAHL
WAHLWDH.
PQRS
START
Rapid Key Dialing
Press the appropriate Rapid Key. Transmission will begin automatically.
Moves cursor
to the left
EMPFAMGSART
TEL/FAX ANRUFB.
TEL
FAX
14 FEB 10:30
TEL/FAX ANRUFB.
TEL
FAX
14 FEB 10:30
SYMBOLE
TEL/FAX ANRUFB.
LAUTSPR.
TEL
Moves cursor
to the right
FAX
14 FEB 10:30
TEL/FAX ANRUFB.
FAX mode: The fax automatically answers on four rings and receives the incoming
document.
Press either key one or more times to select
and enter a symbol.
TEL mode:
STOP
Fax
tone
START
RECEIVING
6. When finished, press:
START
TEL/FAX mode: This mode is convenient for receiving both faxes and voice calls.
When a call comes in, the fax will detect whether it is a voice call (including manually dialed fax transmissions),or an automatically dialed fax.
A.M. mode: Select this mode when an answering machine is connected to the fax
and the answering machine is turned on.
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[6] Option imaging film specifications
(UX-3CR)
1. Structure
This article is composed of polyester film coated with heat-resistant layer,
matt layer and hot melt ink layer, leader film and paper core. Ink film
specification is "DNP standard ink film HC".
,,,,
Heat Resistant Layer
2 Base Film
3 Matt Layer
4 Hot melt Ink Layer
1
2. Details of compositions
2-1. Base film
Heading
Requirements
Measuring method
Material
Polyethyleneterephthalate
–
2-2. Heat resistant layer
Heading
Requirements
Measuring method
Grade
HR Mixer P-5
–
Heading
Requirements
Measuring method
Grade
ML Sumi
–
2-3. Matt layer
2-4. Hot melt ink layer
Heading
Requirements
Measuring method
Grade
#507W
–
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2. IC protectors replacement
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS
ICPs (IC Protectors) are installed to protect the motor driver circuit.
ICPs protect various ICs and electronic circuits from an overcurrent condition.
[1] Adjustments
The location of ICPs are shown below:
General
Since the following adjustments and settings are provided for this model,
make adjustments and/or setup as necessary.
CNLIUB
CNPW
CNLIUA
1. Adjustments
CONTROL PWB
(BOTTOM SIDE)
Adjustments of output voltage (FACTORY ONLY)
FU100
1. Install the power supply unit in the machine.
2. Set the recording paper and document.
3. When the document is loaded, power is supplied to the output lines.
Confirm that outputs are within the limits below.
(1) FU100 (ICP-S07) is installed in order to protect IC’s from an overcurrent generated in the motor drive circuit. If FU100 is open, replace
it with a new one.
Output voltage settings
CNLIUA
3. Settings
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
CNLIUB
TEL/LIU PWB
(1) Dial mode selector
DIAL mode (Soft Switch No. SWB4 DATA No. 3)
CN1
CNLIUA CNLIUB
(step 1) Select "OPTION SETTING".
CNPW
CONTROL
PWB
CNTH
DISPLAY:
OPTION SETTING
KEY:
CNCIS
CNCSW
FUNCTION
CNSP
Output
+5V
+24V
Voltage limits
4.75V ∼ 5.25V
23.3V ∼ 24.7V
Connector
No.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4
PRESS
OR #
(step 2) Select "DIAL MODE".
CNPN
CNMT
KEY :
Push # until " DAIL MODE " is
indicated because the number of
# s changes by the model.
CNPW
DISPLAY:
MG
MG
+24V
+24V
+24V
DG
+5V
DG
PSAVE
DIAL MODE
(step 3) Select, using "1" or "2".
KEY:
1
DISPLAY:
TONE SELECTED
KEY:
2
DISPLAY:
PULSE SELECTED
(step 4) End, using the "STOP" key.
KEY:
2–1
STOP
Cursor
When initially registering,
the mode shows 1=TONE.
When registering again, the
mode which was registered
formerly is shown.
1=TONE, 2=PULSE
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch
1. Operating procedure
(1) Entering the diagnostic mode
Press FUNC → 9 →
→ 8 → # → 7 , and the following display will appear.
(FKT0 ) After 2 sec: DIAG MODE
ROM Ver. FKS0
FKS0
FKT0
(UX-310DE)
(FO-730DE/NX-530DE)
Then press the START key. Select the desired item with the
key or the # key or select with the rapid key. Enter the mode with the START key.
(Diag•specifications)
FUNC
9
8
FKS0
FKT0
7
DIAG MODE
START
Soft switch mode
START
1
—
START
Message print
ROM & RAM check
START
2
—
START
Ring & Dial free
Aging mode
START
3
—
START
Entry data receive
Panel key test
START
4
—
START
Entry data send
Check pattern
START
5
—
START
Auto feeder mode
Signal send mode
START
6
—
START
All black mode
Memory clear
START
7
8
START
Shading mode
If the diag mode cannot be set, repeat the diag mode operation, performing the following operation.
After the power is turned on and "WAIT A MOMENT" is indicated, press
the STOP key.
START
KEY
STOP
KEY
"Power ON" +
In relation with the process response (request from Production
Engineering) "WAIT A MOMENT" clock indication may appear depending
on STOP key timing. If the STOP key is held down, "MEMORY CLEAR?"
appears.
Memory clear
(Work + Backup)
2. Diagnostic items
ITEM
No.
DIRECT
key
DIRECT
key
Contents
Function
(UX-310) (FO-730/NX-530)
1
1
1
SOFT SWITCH MODE
Soft switches are displayed and changed. List can be output.
2
2
2
ROM & RAM CHECK
ROM is sum-checked, and RAM is matched. Result list is output.
3
3
3
AGING MODE
10 sheets of check patterns are output every 5 minutes per sheet.
4
4
4
PANEL KEY TEST
Panel keys are tested. Result list is output.
5
5
5
CHECK PATTERN
Check pattern is output.
6
—
6
SIGNAL SEND MODE
Various signals of FAX communication are output.
7
—
7
MEMORY CLEAR
Back-up memory is cleared, and is set at delivery.
8
—
8
SHADING MODE
Shading compensation is performed in this mode.
9
—
—
ALL BLACK PRINT
To check the print head, whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m.
10
—
—
AUTO FEEDER MODE
Insertion and discharge of document are tested.
11
—
—
ENTRY DATA SEND
Registered content is sent.
12
—
—
ENTRY DATA RECEIVE Registered content is received, and its list is output.
13
—
—
RING & DIAL FREE
Allows CI detection of 13Hz or more. Eliminates dial tone detection in auto dial.
14
—
—
MESSAGE PRINT
The display message of each language is printed out together with the English equivalent.
2–2
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
3. 6. Signal send mode
3. Diagnostic items description
3. 1. Soft switch mode
This mode is used to send various signals to the circuit during FAX communication. Every push of START key sends a signal in the following
sequence. Moreover, the signal sound is also output to the speaker when
the line monitor of the soft switch is on.
Used to change the soft switch settings.
The soft switch which is stored internally is set by using the keys.
The available soft switches are SW-A1 to SW-M2.
[1] No signal (CML signal turned on)
The content of soft switches is shown in page 2-5 to 2-16.
[2] 9600bps
The contents are set to factory default settings.
[3] 7200bps
[4] 4800bps
3. 2. ROM & RAM check
[5] 2400bps
ROM executes the sum check, and RAM executes the matching test.
The result will be notified with the number of short sounds of the buzzer
as well as by printing the ROM & RAM check list.
Number of short sounds of buzzer 0 → No error
[6] 300bps (FLAG)
[7] 2100Hz (CED)
[8] 1100Hz (CNG)
1 → ROM error
[9] END
2 → RAM error (32Kbyte)
3. 7. Memory clear
3. 3. Aging mode
This mode is used to clear the backup memory and reset to the default
settings.
If any document is first present, copying will be executed sheet by sheet.
If no document is present, the check pattern will be printed sheet by
sheet. This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet per 5minutes, and will be ended at a total of 10 sheets.
3. 8. Shading mode
The mode is used for the shooting compensation. For reading, set up
the special original paper.
3. 4. Panel key test
The shooting compensation memorizes the reference data of white and
black for reading.
This mode is used to check whether each key operates properly or not.
Press the key on the operation panel, and the key will be displayed on
the display. Therefore, press all keys. At this time,finally press the STOP
key.
Moreover, the memorized data is not erased even if memory clear mode
is executed.
When the STOP key is pressed, the keys which are not judged as
"pressed" will be printed on the result list.
3. 9. All black print
This mode is used to check the state of the printing head and intentionally overheat it. Whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. If it is
overheated or the printing sheet is jammed, press STOP key for the end.
• LED port of the contact image sensor (CIS) is kept on during the term
from when start of the panel test mode to end with the STOP key.
3. 5. Check pattern
3. 10. Auto feeder mode
This mode is used to check the state of the printing head. It is ended
with the following pattern printed on one printing sheet.
In this mode, a document is inserted and discharged to check the auto
feed function.
1 Longitudinal stripe 2 Approx. 30 mm
After this mode is started, set a document, and the document feed will
be automatically tested.
2 black dots and 2 white dots are repeatedly progressed on one
line.
2 Full black
3. 11. Entry data send
Approx. 30 mm
This mode is used to send the registered data to the other machine and
make the other machine copy the registered content.
1
Before sending in this mode, it is necessary to set the other machine at
the entry data receive mode.
2
The following, information will be sent to the remote machine:
1. Telephone list data
2. Sender register data
3. Optional setting content
4. Soft switch content
5. Junk fax number list
6. Timer reservation data (only on the model which timer reservation is possible)
7. Recording setting list data
2–3
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
3. 12. Entry data receive
3. 13. Ring & Dial free
In this mode, the registered data sent from the other machine is received and the received data is registered in the machine. When this mode
is used for receiving, the other machine must be in the entry data send
mode.
Used to reject dial tone check while autodialing is carried out. And used
to change the bottom Ring frequency of auto-receiving to 13Hz.
3. 14. Message print
After receiving is completed, the following lists are printed.
Used to print the displayed message of communication for translate each
language.
1. Telephone list data
2. Sender register data (The passcode No. is also printed if the poling
function is provided.)
3. Optional setting list
4. Soft switch content
5. Junk fax number list
6. Timer reservation list (only model which timer communication is
possible)
7. Recording setting list data
4. How to make soft switch setting
To enter the soft switch mode, make the following key entries in sequence.
Press FUNCTION
DATA No.
9
8
7
START
START
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
S F T SW-A1 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press FUNCTION key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press
key.
Press
key.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bit1 - 8 are set.
S F T SW-A1 = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Press START key during setting.
S F T SW-A2 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Soft SW-A2 - SW-M2 are set.
S F T SW-M2 = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
To finish the settings halfway between
SW-A1 and SW-M2, press the STOP
key. In this case, the setting being done
to the SW No. on display will be nullified
while settings done to the preceding
SW Nos. remain in effect.
When the COPY key is pressed, the
contents of soft switches are printed.
The soft switch mode is terminated.
2–4
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
5. Soft switch description
• Soft switch
SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
A1
1
1
Protect from echo
No
Yes
2
Forced 4800 BPS reception
Yes
No
0
3
4
Footer print
Length limitation of
Yes
No limit
No
Copy/send: 60cm
0
0
copy/send/receive
5
6
CSI transmission
DIS receive acknowledgement
Non-modulated carrier for V29
transmission modem
Yes
Transmitted
NSF: Once
8
EOL detect timer
25 s
0
13 s
V.29
9600
7200
0
V.27 ter
4800
2400
1
No. 1
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
No. 2
No. 3
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
No. 4
1
1
0
0
5
6
Sender’s information transmit
Reserved
7
8
1
No
Yes
0
0
Communication error treatment in
No communication
Communication error
0
RTN sending mode (reception)
CNG transmission
error
No
Yes
0
1
2
1000ms 750ms
No. 1
No. 2
1
1
1
0
No
500ms
75ms
0
1
0
0
Yes
0
0
3
MR coding
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Signal transmission level
0
Binary input
2
3
No. =
4
0
16 8
1 2
4
3
2
4
1
5
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
5
6
Protocol monitor (error print)
Printed at com. error
Not printed
1
0
7
Protocol monitor
Yes
No
0
8
Line monitor
Digital line equalization setting
Yes
No
1
SW
l
A5
0
0
No
CED tone signal interval
SW
l
A4
0
DIS: Twice
7
4
(Reception)
2
3
Reserved
4
Reserved
5
Digital cable equalizer setting
(Reception for Caller ID)
6
7
8
Error criterion
Anti junk fax check
Remarks
Receive: 1.5m
No transmitted
Twice
Modem speed
SW
l
A3
DE
0
during G3 transmission
SW
l
A2
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
7.2km
0
0km
No. 1
1
0
1
No. 2
1
0
1
0
No. 5
7.2km
1
0km
0
0
No. 6
1
0
0
0
10 ~ 20 %
Yes
5 ~ 10 %
No
2–5
0
0
OPTION
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
A6
SW
l
B1
1
Auto gain control (MODEM)
Enable
Disable
2
End Buzzer
Yes
No
1
3
Disconnect the line when DIS is
received in RX mode
No
Yes
1
4
Equalizer freeze control (MODEM)
On
Off
0
5
Equalizer freeze control 7200 BPS
only
No
Yes
0
6
CNG transmission in manual TX
Yes
No
1
7
mode
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Recall times
6
No. =
0
0
8
4
2
1
0
5
0
6
0
7
1
8
0
1
0
Dial pausing (sec/pause)
2 sec
1
2
3
Dial tone detection (before auto dial) No
Reserved
Yes
0
0
4
Busy tone detection (after auto dial)
Yes
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
PBX connection
PBX recall function (R key select)
3
SW
l
B4
Binary input
4 sec
No
0
0
0
Yes
No.
No
Earth
0
Flash
No. 1
No. 2
0
0
1
0
1
1
No. 4
ID
0
Earth
1
Flash
1
0
No. 5
0
0
1
0
Reserved
5
OPTION
OPTION
1
1
0
PBX select
4
Remarks
1
1
1
2
SW
l
B3
DE
0
1
7
8
SW
l
B2
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
OPTION
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Dial mode
Tone
Pulse
1
4
Pulse → Tone change function
by
key
Enable
Disable
1
5
Reserved
6
7
Reserved
PBX type
8
Reserved
OPTION
0
ISDN
NORMAL
0
0
0
2–6
OPTION
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
B5
SW
l
B6
1
DTMF signal transmission level
(Low)
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
DTMF signal transmission level
(High)
Reserved
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
Reading slice (Binary)
No. =
SW
l
D2
No. =
Binary input
16 8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4 5
1 1 0 0 0
0
1
No. 1
1
0
Darker in
dark mode
1
2
No. 2
0
0
1
1
0
Light
Dark
3
No. 3
Factory
setting
0
1
0
Darker in
dark mode
1
0
4
5
Line density selection
No. 4
Fine
6
Halftone gray scale selection
16 level
7
8
MTF correction in half tone mode
Reserved
No
1
Number of rings for auto receive
No. =
4
Light
Dark
0
0
1
Standard
1
0
0
0
OPTION
64 level
0
OPTION
Yes
0
0
Binary input
0
8
1
4
2
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
1
1
Reception after 5
rings
No reception
0
6
Automatic switching manual to auto
receive mode
Reserved
7
8
CI detection
Reserved
13 Hz or more
As is PTT
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
5
6
Caller ID function
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
1
Caller ID detect during CI off
Tel/Fax Automatic switching mode
5
OPTION
0
0
Yes
No
0
0
All times
Tel/Fax auto switch
Only first
Switch to Fax
1
1
OPTION
0
2
3
automatic switching mode
4
5
Number of CNG signal detection at the Twice
tel/fax automatic switching mode
Reserved
6
7
Reserved
Post answer tone (transmit in
No. 2
No. 3
No
15sec
60sec
30sec
120sec
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
Once
OPTION
0
0
1
0
Yes
0
0
Tel/Fax mode)
8
Remarks
1
1
0
1
0
0
Factory
setting
0
Pseudo ringing time at phone/fax
SW
l
E1
Binary input
16 8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4 5
1 1 0 1 0
Reserved
2
3
SW
l
D1
DE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Reading slice (Half tone)
SW
l
C1
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
Reserved
0
2–7
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SW DATA
NO. NO.
1
1
Pseudo ringer sound volume
2
SW
l
E2
No. =
3
4
2
1
1
1
0
2
1
3
0
4
1
0
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
Reserved
1
No. 1
2
No. 2
0
80ms
0
100ms
1
120ms
1
0
1
0
1
0
Protection of remote reception
(5
) detect
Yes
No
0
4
Remote reception with GE
Compatible
Not compatible
1
5
telephone
Remote operation code figures by
6
external TEL (0~9)
1
CNG detection in STAND-BY mode
No. =
Binary input
0
8
4
2
1
1
5
0
6
1
7
0
8
1
0
1
No
1
Yes
Number of CNG detect (AM mode)
2
No. 2
1pulse
0
3
No. 3
0
4
No. 4
1pulse
0
5
No. 5
0
Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode)
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
8
Reserved
1
2
Quiet detect time
2pulses 3pulses 4pulses
0
1
1
1
0
1
2pulses 3pulses 4pulses
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
3
1
4
1
4
5
0 1 1 0
Binary input
0
0
8
4
2
1
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
0
0
Quiet detect start timing
No. =
7
8
Off hook hold
2
3
Binary input
0
No. = 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
4
0
0
0
0
0
0 0 0 0 0
0
5
6
0
0
7
0
8
0
OGM detect timer
Not
100ms
200ms
300ms
0
1
1
0
1
1
Work
1
2
SW
l
G3
No. 1
No. 2
3
Reserved
4
Reserved
Section time of quiet detection
OPTION
0
0
No. =
2
3
OPTION
1
0
1
1
OPTION
0
Binary input
8 4 2 1
6
Remarks
0
50ms
0
7
8
SW
l
G2
0
4
Reserved
3
SW
l
G1
Binary input
8
6
7
DTMF detection time
SW
l
F2
DE
0
5
8
SW
l
F1
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
0
0
0
1
0
0
30s
40s
50s
60s
5
No. 5
0
0
1
1
0
6
7
No. 6
0
1
0
1
Reserved
1
0
8
Reserved
0
2–8
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
H1
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
DE
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Reserved
Busy tone continuous sound detect
5 sec
As is PTT
0
1
Yes
0
0
Yes
0
0
Remarks
time
5
6
Reserved
Busy tone detect continuation sound No
detect (during ICM : for internal A.M.)
7
8
Reserved
Busy tone detect intermittent sound
No
detect (during ICM : for internal A.M.)
Busy tone detection pulse number
1
No. 1
2
SW
l
H2
SW
l
I1
SW
l
I2
SW
l
I3
SW
l
I4
No. 2
Yes
2pulses 4pulses 6pulses 10pulses
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
No
0
1
1
3
4
Fax switching when A.M. full
Reserved
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2–9
0
0
OPTION
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
I5
SW
l
I6
SW
l
I7
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
1
Reserved
DE
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Activity report print
2
Total communication hours and
1
0
Automatic printout
No printout when
0
No
memory full
Yes
0
Cannot change
Change allowed
Remarks
OPTION
pages print
SW
l
J1
3
4
Sender’s phone number setting
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
Summer time setting
Ringer volume
7
8
0
No
SW
l
J2
0
High
OPTION
No. 7
0
0
1
1
1
No. 8
0
Low
1
Low
0
Middle
1
High
0
No. 1
0
0
1
1
1
No. 2
Yes
0
1
No
0
1
0
0
OPTION
2
3
Polling key
4
Reserved
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
1
Reserved
Automatic cover sheet
Yes
Communication results printout
SW
l
J3
Yes
Low
Middle
Off
Speaker volume (3 stages)
1
0
0
2
3
(Transaction report)
4
0
0
No
E/T/M Send only Always No print Err only
OPTION
OPTION
No. 2
No. 3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
No. 4
0
1
0
1
0
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
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SW DATA
NO. NO.
SW
l
K1
SW
l
L1
1
Entering DIAG mode by pressing
SPEED key
Yes
2
Reserved
0
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
5
Reserved
0
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Cut off mode (COPY mode)
Yes
No
0
1
6
A4 paper enable
Enable
Disable
1
7
8
LEGAL & LETTER paper enable
Reserved
Enable
Disable
0
0
Paper set size
SW
l
M1
SW
l
M2
DE
0
1
1
2
SW
l
L2
Initial setting
Switch setting and function
ITEM
No.1
No.2
No
Remarks
0
LETTER
LEGAL
A4
0
0
0
1
1
0
OPTION
1
0
3
Automatic reduce of receive
Auto
100 %
1
OPTION
4
5
Print contrast
Reception reduction ratio in case of
Light
100 %
Normal
93 %
0
0
OPTION
OPTION
memory full
6
7
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
3
Reserved
0
4
5
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
3
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
4
Reserved
0
5
6
Reserved
Reserved
0
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
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• Soft switch function description
SW-A2 No. 7 Communication error treatment in RTN sending mode
(Reception)
SW-A1 No. 1 Protect from echo
Used to determine communication error treatment when RTN is sent by
occurrence of a received image error in G3 reception. When it is set to
"1", communication error is judged as no error.
Used to protect from echo in reception.
SW-A1 No. 2 Forced 4800BPS reception
SW-A2 No. 8 CNG transmission
When line conditions warrant that receptions take place at 4800 BPS
repeatedly.
When set to "0" , this model allows CNG transmission by pressing the
Start key in the key pad dialing mode. When set to "1", CNG transmission in the key pad dialing mode cannot be performed. In either case,
CNG transmission can be performed in the auto dial mode.
It may improve the success of receptions by setting at 4800BPS.
This improve the receiving document quality and reduces handshake
time due to fallback during training.
SW-A3 No. 1, No. 2 CED tone signal interval
SW-A1 No. 3 Footer print
For international communication, the 2100Hz CED tone may act as an
echo suppression switch, causing a communication problem.
When set to "1", the date of reception, the sender machine No., and the
page No. are automatically recorded at the end of reception.
Though SW-A3 No. 1 and No. 2 are normally set to 0, it should be changed
this time between the CED tone signal to eliminate the communication
problem caused by echo.
SW-A1 No. 4 Length limitation of copy/send/receive
Used to set the maximum page length.
TX
To avoid possible paper jam, the page length is normally limited to 0.6
meter for copy or transmit, and 1.5 meters for receive.
RX
CED
It is possible to set it to "No limit" to transmit a long document, such as a
computer print form, etc. (In this case, the receiver must also be set to
no limit.)
T
DIS
SW-A1 No. 5 CSI transmission
(CSI TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set whether the machine sends or
does not send the signal (CSI signal) informing its own telephone No. to
the remote fax. machine when information is received. When
"nonsending" is set, the telephone No. is not output on the remote transmitting machine if the remote transmitting machine has the function to
display or print the telephone No. of receiving machine, using this CSI
signal.
SW-A3 No. 3 MR Coding
Used to select the MR coding enable or disable.
SW-A3 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-A4 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Signal transmission level
SW-A1 No. 6 DIS receive acknowledgment during G3 transmission
Used to control the signal transmission level in the range of-0dB to31dB.
Used to make a choice of whether reception of DIS (NSF) is acknowledged after receiving two DISs (NSFs) or receiving one DIS (two NSFs).
It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo suppression problem, if set to 1.
The factory setting is at -11dB (MODEM output).
SW-A4 No. 6 Protocol monitor (Error print)
If set to "1", protocol is printed at communication error.
SW-A1 No. 7 Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission modem
SW-A4 No. 7 Protocol monitor
Though transmission of a non-modulated carrier is not required for transmission by the V29 modem according to the CCITT recommendation, it
may be permitted to a send non-modulated carrier before the image
signal to avoid and echo suppression problem. It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo suppression problem, if set to 1.
Normally set to "0". If set to "1", communication can be checked, in case
of troubles, without using a G3 tester or other tools.
When communication FSK data transmission or reception is made, the
data is taken into the buffer. When communication is finished, the data
is analyzed and printed out. When data is received with the line monitor
(SW-A4 No. 8) set to "1" the reception level is also printed out.
SW-A1 No. 8 EOL (End Of Line) detect timer
Used to make a choice of whether to use the 25-second or 13-second
timer for detection of EOL.
This is effective to override communication failures with some facsimile
models that have longer EOL detection.
SW-A4 No. 8 Line monitor
Normally set to "0". If set to "1", the transmission speed and the reception level are displayed on the LCD. Used for line tests.
SW-A2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Modem speed
SW-A5 No. 1, No. 2 Digital line equalization setting (Reception)
Used to set determine the initial modem speed. The default is 9600BPS.
It may be necessary to program it to a slower speed when frequent line
fallback is encountered, in order to save the time required for fallback
procedure.
Line equalization when reception is to be set according to the line characteristics.
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
SW-A2 No. 5 Sender’s information transmit
SW-A5 No. 3, No. 4 Reserved
(SENDER’S INFORMATION TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set the
function to print the content of HEADER PRINT described in the passcode
list at the front end of receiver’s original when original is sent to the
remote machine.
Set to "0".
SW-A5 No. 5, No. 6 Digital cable equalizer setting
(Reception for Caller ID)
Line equalization when reception for CALLER ID is to be set according
to the line characteristics.
Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone
and the telephone company central switching station.
If this switch is set to "NO", the HEADER PRINT is not output at the
receiving machine.
SW-A2 No. 6 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-A5 No. 7 Error criterion
Used to select error criterion for sending back RTN when receiving image data.
SW-A5 No. 8 Anti junk fax check
When use the Anti junk fax function, set to "1".
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SW-A6 No. 1 Auto gain control (MODEM)
SW-B3 No. 4, No. 5 PBX select
When this mode is enabled, if the reception signal level is under 31dBm.
The modem itself controls the signal gain automatically.
Used to select the operation mode of PBX recall in auto dialing.
SW-A6 No. 2 End buzzer
No. 4=1, No. 5=0: Earth recall is performed before dialing.
No. 4=1, No. 5=1: Time break recall (=Flash) is performed before dialing.
Setting this bit to 0 will disable the end buzzer (including the error buzzer/
on-hook buzzer).
No. 4=0, No. 5=0: The PBX ID digit is automatically added when dialing
to external line. PBX ID is up to 3 digits and entered in
Option settings mode.
SW-A6 No. 3 Disconnect the line when DIS is received in RX mode
Bit1= 0: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, disconnected the
line is immediately.
SW-B3 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Bit1= 1: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, wait the next
signal.
SW-B4 No. 1, No. 2 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-A6 No. 4 Equalizer freeze control (MODEM)
SW-B4 No. 3 Dial mode
This switch is used to perform reception operation by fixing the equalizer control of modem for the line which is always in unfavorable state
and picture cannot be received.
* Usually, the control is executed according to the state of line where
the equalizer setting is changed always.
When using the pulse dial, set to 0. When using the tone dial, set to 1.
SW-B4 No. 4 Pulse → Tone change function by
key
When setting to 1, the mode is changed by pressing the
pulse dial mode to the tone dial mode.
SW-A6 No. 5 Equalizer freeze control 7200BPS only
key from the
SW-B4 No. 5, No. 6 Reserved
Setting which specifies SW-A3 No. 6 control only in the condition of
7200BPS modem speed.
Set to "0".
SW-A6 No. 6 CNG transmission in manual TX mode
SW-B4 No. 7 PBX type
When set to "1", fax transmit the CNG signal in case of manual transmission mode (User press the START key after waiting the fax answering signal from handset or speaker).
Used to select type of PBX
"0": NORMAL
"1": ISDN
SW-A6 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
SW-B4 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-B1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Reserved
SW-B5 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (Low)
Set to "0".
The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (lower frequency)
SW-B1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Recall times
00000: 0dBm
Choice is made as to how many redials should be.
↓
SW-B2 No. 1 Dialing pause (sec/pause)
11111: -15.5dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
Pauses can be inserted between telephone numbers of direct dial connection. Selection of 4 sec or 2 sec pause is available.
SW-B5 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-B2 No. 2 Dial tone detection (before auto dial)
SW-B6 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (High)
Used to set YES/NO of dial tone detection in auto dialing.
The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (higher frequency)
SW-B2 No. 3 Reserved
Set to "0".
00000: 0dBm
SW-B2 No. 4 Busy tone detection (after auto dial)
↓
Used to set YES/NO of busy tone detection after auto dialing.
11111: -15.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31)
SW-B2 No. 5 ~ No. 7 Reserved
SW-B6 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-B2 No. 8 PBX connection
SW-C1 No. 1, No. 2 Reading slice (Binary)
Used to select according to the connected line: PBX (Private Branch
Exchange).
Used to determine the set value of reading density in standard/fine mode.
The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")
SW-B3 No. 1, No. 2 PBX recall function (R key select)
SW-C1 No. 3, No. 4 Reading slice (Half tone)
Used to set the operation mode of PBX recall when the R key is pressed.
Setting is made according to the type of PBX.
Used to determine the set value of reading density in half tone mode.
The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00")
No. 1=1, No. 2=1: Time break recall (=Flash) is performed.
No. 1=1, No. 2=0: Earth recall is performed.
SW-B3 No. 3 Reserved
Set to "0".
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SW-E1 No. 4 Number of CNG signal detection at the tel/fax automatic switching mode
SW-C1 No. 5 Line density selection
Used to set the transmission mode which is automatically selected when
the Resolution key is not pressed. In the copy mode, however, the fine
mode is automatically selected unless the Resolution key is manually
set to another mode.
Used for detection of CNG in one tone or two tones in the TEL/FAX
automatic switching mode.
SW-E1 No. 5, No. 6 Reserved
SW-C1 No. 6 Half tone gray scale selection
Set to "0".
Used to determine the reading gray scale in half tone mode.
SW-E1 No. 7 Post answer tone (transmit in Tel/Fax mode)
When set to "0", gray scale is 64 levels.
When set to "1", gray scale is 16 levels.
When set to "0", machine send the 800 Hz tones in TEL/FAX auto
changeover mode.
SW-C1 No. 7 MTF correction in half tone mode
SW-E1 No. 8 Reserved
This allows selection of MTF correction (dimness correction) in the half
tone mode.
Set to "0".
SW-E2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Pseudo ringer sound volume
When "NO" (=1) is selected, the whole image becomes soft and mild.
On the contrary, however, clearness of characters will be reduced. Normally set to "YES" (=0).
Used to adjust sound volume of pseudo ringer to the line (ring back
tone) generated on selecting TEL/FAX. Setting is the reduce level from
-5dBm output level.
SW-C1 No. 8 Reserved
SW-E2 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-D1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Number of rings for auto receive
SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detect time
When the machine is set in the auto receive mode, the number of rings
before answering can be selected. It may be set from one to four rings
using a binary number. Since the facsimile telephone could be used as
an ordinary telephone if the handset is taken off the hook, it should be
programmed to the user’s choice. If the soft switch was set to 1, direct
connection is made to the facsimile. If a facsimile calling beep was heard
when the handset is taken off the hook, press the START key and put
the handset on the hook to have the facsimile start receiving. If it was
set to 0 accidentally, receive ring is set to 1.
NOTE: If the machine is set to answer after a large number of rings, it
may not be able to receive faxes successfully. If you have difficulty receiving faxes, reduce the number of rings to a maximum
of 5.
Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in
remote reception (5
).
The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by
noises.
SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote reception (5
Used to set the function of remote reception (5
the remote reception function is disabled.
) detect
). When set to "1",
SW-F1 No. 4 Remote reception with GE telephone
(Corresponding to TEL made by GE) P. B. X.
"1": Compatible with TEL mode by GE
SW-D1 No. 5 Automatic switching manual to auto receive mode
"0": Not compatible
This soft switch is used to select whether the machine should switch to
the auto receive mode after 5 rings in the manual receive mode or remain in the same way as SW-D1 No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 "0"1"0"1"(5
rings).
•
When sending (5
) for remote reception with a GE manufactured telephone remote reception may not take place because of
special specifications in their DTMF.
To overcome this, a soft SW is provided to change the modem setting to allow for remote reception.
•
If this soft SW is set to "1", other telephone sets may be adversely
affected.
SW-D1 No. 6 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-D1 No. 7 CI detection
Detection frequency of ring signal for auto reception is set. When set to
1, frequency is set to 13Hz or more.
SW-F1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Remote operation code figures by external
TEL (0 ~ 9)
SW-D1 No. 8 Reserved
Remote operation codes can be changes from 0 through 9. If set to
" is not changed.
greater than 9, it defaults to 9. The "5
Ex-7
(Default: 5
)
Set to "0".
SW-D2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Reserved
SW-F2 No. 1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode
Set to "0".
SW-D2 No. 5 Caller ID function
When setting to "1", the CNG signal detection function during standby
stops.
Used for Caller ID function.
SW-F2 No. 2, No. 3 Number of CNG detect (AM mode)
SW-D2 No. 6, No.7 Reserved
Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
Set to "0".
SW-F2 No. 4, No. 5 Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode)
SW-D2 No. 8 Caller ID detect during CI off
Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses.
Detection of caller ID signal is performed as follows:
0 : First CI OFF only
1 : All of CI OFF
SW-F2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-E1 No. 1 Tel/Fax Automatic switching mode
SW-G1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Quiet detect time
Used to set automatic TEL/FAX switching mode or to set the normal fax
mode.
When an answering machine is connected, if a no sound state is detected for a certain period of time, the machine judges it as a transmission from a facsimile machine and automatically switches to the FAX
mode.
Set to "0".
SW-E1 No. 2, No. 3 Pseudo ringing time at the tel/fax automatic
switching mode
SW-G1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Quiet detect start timing
Choice is made as to how long to rumble the dummy ringer on TEL/FAX
automatic switching mode.
Inserts a pause before commencing quiet detection.
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SW-G2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Off hook hold
SW-J1 No. 1 Activity report print
Used to set Off hook hold time by binary input.
This soft switch is used to select: whether or not to print out the activity
report when the memory is full. An activity report can be printed when
the following key entry command is made.
(0 to 255 seconds)
SW-G3 No. 1, No. 2 OGM detect timer
"FUNCTION", "2", "#", "START"
This is used to change the OGM detection time for answering machine
hook up detection.
After producing the activity report, all the data in the memory will be
cleared.
SW-G3 No. 3, No. 4 Reserved
Set to "0".
When the switch function is set to "0" (no), the data in the memory will
be deleted from the oldest as it reaches the maximum memory capacity.
SW-G3 No. 5, No. 6 Section time of quiet detection
SW-J1 No. 2 Total communication hours and pages print
The switch which sets the time from the start of detection function to the
end of the function.
Used to make a choice of whether the total communication time and
pages are recorded in the activity report.
SW-G3 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved
SW-J1 No. 3 Sender’s phone number setting
Set to "0".
SW-H1 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Reserved
Used to make a choice of whether the registered sender’s phone number
can be changed or not. If the switch is set to "1", new registration of the
sender’s phone number is disabled to prevent accidental wrong input.
Set to "0".
SW-J1 No. 4, No. 5 Reserved
SW-H1 No. 4 Busy tone continuous sound detect time
Set to "0".
Set detecting time busy tone continuous sound for 5 seconds or as is
PTT.
SW-J1 No. 6 Summer time setting
SW-H1 No. 5 Reserved
Used to set YES/NO of automatic clock adjustment for European summer
time.
Set to "0".
SW-J1 No. 7, No. 8 Ringer volume
SW-H1 No. 6 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect
(during ICM: for internal A.M.)
Used to adjust ringing volume.
SW-J2 No. 1, No. 2 Speaker volume (3 stages)
Used to select detection of the continuous sound of certain frequency.
Used to adjust sound volume from a speaker.
SW-H1 No. 7 Reserved
SW-J2 No. 3 Polling key
Set to "0".
If this switch is set to 1, the last of Rapid key works as polling key.
SW-H1 No. 8 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect
(during ICM: for internal A.M.)
SW-J2 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Used to select detection of the intermittent sound of certain frequency.
Set to "0".
SW-H2 No. 1, No. 2 Busy tone detection pulse number
SW-J3 No. 1 Automatic cover sheet
Used to set detection of Busy tone intermittent sounds.
The machine automatically generates a cover sheet and sends it as the
last page of each transmission.
SW-H2 No. 3 Fax switching when A.M. full
SW-J3 No. 2 ~ No. 4 Communication result printout (Transaction
report)
If the answering machine’s memory (tape) is full and there is no response, the machine automatically switches to Fax reception.
Every communication, the result can be output. As usual, it is set to print
the timer sending communication error alone. If No. 2: 0 No. 3: 1 No. 4:
0 are set, printing is always on (printed even if it is normally ended).
SW-H2 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
000: Error, timer and memory sending/receiving
SW-I1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
001: Sending
Set to "0".
010: Continuous printing
SW-I2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
011: Not printed
Set to "0".
100: Communication error
SW-I3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-J3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-I4 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-K1 No. 1 Entering DIAG mode by pressing SPEED key
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
A bit which is used in the production process only. When the SPEED key
is pressed, the switch is changed from the stand-by state to the DIAG
mode.
SW-I6 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-K1 No. 2 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-I7 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-L1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Reserved
Set to "0".
Set to "0".
SW-I5 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
SW-L1 No. 5 Cut off mode (COPY mode)
Whether the excessive part is printed on the next recording paper or
discarded is selected to copy a document which is longer than the recording paper.
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SW-L1 No. 6 A4 Paper enable
The use of recording paper of A4 is enabled.
SW-L1 No. 7 LEGAL and LETTER paper enable
The use of recording paper of LEGAL and LETTER is enabled.
SW-L1 No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-L2 No. 1, No. 2 Paper set size
At present size of the recording paper.
SW-L2 No. 3 Automatic reduce of receive
If set to 1, it is reduced automatically when receiving.
SW-L2 No. 4 Print contrast
0: Normal.
1: Light
SW-L2 No. 5 Reception reduction ratio in case of memory full
This model is designed so that the print is started according to the setting
of SW-L2 No.3 when reception of one page is completed. However, if
the memory is filled with data before completion of reception of one
page, the print is started with the reduction ratio which is set with this
switch.
SW-L2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-M1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
SW-M2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved
Set to "0".
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[3] Troubleshooting
Refer to the following actions to troubleshoot any of problems mentioned
in 1-4.
[1]
A communication error occurs.
[2]
Image distortion produced.
[3]
Unable to do overseas communication.
[4]
Communication speed slow due to FALLBACK.
•
Increase the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
May be used in case [1] [2] [3].
•
Decrease the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1, 2, 3, 4,
5. May be used in case [3].
•
Apply line equalization SOFT SWITCH A5-1, 2.
May be used in case [1] [2] [3] [4].
•
Slow down the transmission speed SOFT SWITCH A2-1, 2, 3,
4. May be used in case [2] [3].
•
Replace the TEL/LIU PWB.
May be used in all cases.
•
Replace the control PWB.
May be used in all cases.
* If transmission problems still exist on the machine, use the following
format and check the related matters.
TO:
ATT:
Ref.No. :
CC:
ATT:
Date
:
Dept
:
Sign
:
FM:
From: Mr.
Our customer
Other party
Problem mode
Name
Address
Contact person
Name
Address
Contact person
Line: Domestic / international
Reception / Transmission
Frequency:
Confirmation
item
Ref.No.:
***** Facsimile communication problem *****
Fax Tel No.:
Our customer
Date:
Model:
G3
Automatic reception / Manual reception
Automatic dialing / Manual dialing / Others
% ROM version:
Other party
B1
B2
Tel No.
Fax No.
Model name
Tel No.
Fax No.
Model name
Phase: A, B, C, D.
Please mark problem with an X.
No problem is: 0.
A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2
A1
A2
C1
D2
C2
E1
E2
Our service
D1
Other party's service
Comment
Countermeasure
**** Please attach the G3 data and activity report on problem. ****
* Please complete this report before calling the “TAC” hotline if problem still occurs.
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Transmission level setting is (
customer
Transmission level (
) dBm
Reception level (
) dBm
By level meter at B1 and B2
) dB at our
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[4] Error code table
1. Communication error code table
G3 Transmission
Code
Final received signal
Error Condition (Receiver side)
0
Incomplete signal frame
Cannot recognize bit stream after flag
1
NSF, DIS
Cannot recognize DCS signal by echo etc.
2
CFR
Disconnects line during reception (carrier missing etc)
3
FTT
Disconnects line by fall back
4
MCF
Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
Disconnects line during reception of multi page
Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal in the case of mode change
5
PIP or PIN
The line is hung up without replying to telephone request from the receiving party.
6
RTN or RTP
Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal after transmit RTN or RTP signal.
7
8
No signal or DCN
−
No response in receiver side or DCN signal received* (transmitter side)
Owing to error in some page the error could not be corrected although the specified number of
error retransmission was at tempted.
11
−
12
−
Error occurred just after fallback.
13
−
Error occurred after a response to retransmission end command was received.
Error occurred after or while reception by the remote (receiving) machine was revealed to be
impossible.
G3 Reception
Code
0
1
Final received signal
Incomplete signal frame
NSS, DCS
Error Condition (Receiver side)
Cannot recognize bit stream after flag
Cannot recognize CFR or FTT signal
Disconnects line during transmission (line error)
2
NSC, DTC
Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc)
3
EOP
Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal
4
5
EOM
MPS
Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal in the case of mode change
The line is hung up without replying to communication request.
6
7
PR1-Q
No signal or DCN
Cannot recognize PIP, PIN signal in the case of TALK request
No response in transmitter (cannot recognize DIS signal) or DCN signal received* (receiver side)
8
−
Error occurred upon completion of reception of all pages.
9
−
Error occurred when mode was changed or Transmission/Reception switching was performed.
10
−
Error occurred during partial page or physical page reception.
11
−
Error occurred after or during inquiry from the remote (transmitting) machine as to whether
12
−
Error occurred during or just after fallback.
13
−
Error occurred after the retransmission end command was received.
reception is possible or not.
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3-2. Automatic document feed
CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS
1) Use of the paper feed roller and separation rubber plate ensures error-free transport and separation of documents. The plate spring
presses the document to the paper feed roller to assure smooth feeding of the document.
[1] General description
2) Document separation method: Separation rubber plate
1. Document feed block and diagram
Separation rubber
Document
guide upper
Paper feed spring
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,
Front
sensor
Document
Sensor
Back roller
Document
Paper feed roller
Pinch roller
Document
Fig. 3
3-3. Documents applicable for automatic feed
4x6 series
(788mm x 1091mm x
1000mm sheets)
Paper feed roller
CIS
Feed roller
Minimum
Guide roller
Feeder capacity
Paper weight
Maximum
Square
meter series
Minimum
Maximum
52g/m2
74.3g/m2
10 sheets, max.
45kg
64.3kg
Paper thickness (ref.) 0.06mm
0.09mm
0.06mm
0.09mm
Paper size
B6 (128mm x 182mm) ~
A4 (210mm x 297mm), Letter (216mm x 279mm)
NOTE: Double-side coated documents and documents on facsimile recording paper should be inserted manually. The document feed
quantity may be changed according to the document thickness.
Fig. 1
2. Document feed operation
1) The original, which is set in the document hopper, feeds automatically when the front sensor is activated. This in turn activates the
pulse motor which drives the document supply roller. The document
stops when the lead edge is detected by the document sensor.
Documents corresponding to a paper weight heavier than 64.3kg (74.3g/
m2 ) and lighter than 135kg (157g/m2 ) are acceptable for manual feed.
2) The lead edge of the original is fed a specified number of pulses after
the lead edge of the document is detected for the reading process to
begin.
Documents heavier than 135kg in terms of the paper weight must be
duplicated on a copier to make it operative in the facsimile.
3) The trailing edge of the original is fed a specific number of pulses
after the trailing edge of the document deactivates the document
sensor. The read process then stops and the original is discharged.
3-4. Loading the documents
1) Make sure that the documents are of suitable size and thickness, and
free from creases, folds, curls, wet glue, wet ink, clips, staples and
pins.
4) When the front sensor is in the OFF state (any document is not set
up in the hopper guide), the drive will be stopped when the document is discharged.
2) Place documents face down in the hopper.
i) Adjust the document guides to the document size.
3. Hopper mechanism
ii) Align the top edge of documents and gently place them into the
hopper. The first page under the stack will be taken up by the feed
roller to get ready for transmission.
3-1. General view
NOTES: 1) Curled edge of documents, if any, must be straighten
out.
2) Do not load the documents of different sizes and/or
thicknesses together.
Fig. 2
The hopper section contains document guides that are used to adjust
the hopper to the width of the original document. This ensures that the
original feeds straight into the fax machine for scanning.
Document width: 148 mm to 216 mm (A5 longitudinal size to Letter
longitudinal size)
NOTE: Adjust the document guide after setting up the document.
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Separation rubber
5. Recording block
Last page of document
(1) General view
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,
Back of document
RP release plate
First page of document
Platen roller
PO roller
PU roller
Pinch roller
Paper feed spring
Paper feed roller
Rotation
plate
PO gude
Fig. 4
Film cartridge
RP
hopper
3-5. Documents requiring use of document carrier
1) Documents smaller than B6 (128mm x 182mm).
2) Documents thinner than the thickness of 0.06mm.
Supply
side
Take-up
side
3) Documents containing creases, folds, or curls, especially those whose
surface is curled (maximum allowable curl is 5mm).
Thermal Haad
4) Documents containing tears.
Film sensor
lever
Imaging film
Fig. 6
5-1. Driving
5) Carbon-backed documents. (Insert a white sheet of paper between
the carbon back and the document carrier to avoid transfer of carbon
to the carrier.)
In the drive mechanism, the rotating force of the pulse motor for both
transmission and reception is transmitted to the paper supply roller, the
recording paper feed roller and imaging film drive gear through the pulse
motor axle gear, reduction gear and planetary gear.
6) Documents containing an easily separable writing material (e.g., those
written with a lead pencil).
7) Transparent documents.
5-2. Recording
8) Folded or glued documents.
This equipment employs the thermal transcription system which used
the thermal head imaging film.
Document in document carrier should be inserted manually into the
feeder.
1) Thermal head
4. Document release
The thermal head is composed of 2,016 heating elements in traverse
line, and the resolution power is 8 dots/mm. The maximum speed is 10
ms/line.
4-1. General
2) Structure of recording mechanism
To correct a jammed document or to clean the document running surface, pull the insertion side of document center of the operation panel.
To open the upper document guide, the operation panel must be opened
first.
Recording is achieved by applying a suitable pressure to the thermal
head through the imaging film of the recording paper feed roller and the
recording paper.
The main scanning is electronically done, and the sub-scanning is me
chanically done (by sending the recording paper with the recording paper feed roller).
4-2. Cross section view
3) Recording paper transfer sequence
Operation panel unit
a) The recording paper stored in the RP hopper is fed with the PU roller,
and the recording paper is stopped when the P-IN sensor is turned
on by sensing its lead edge.
b) Hereafter, the imaging film and recording paper are transferred with
the recording paper feed roller, and thermal transcription is done on
the recording paper.
c) After thermal transcription, the imaging film is taken up by the roller
on the take-up side, and the recording paper is discharged by the PO
roller.
As basic, the density unevenness mainly results from the longitudinal misalignment of the thermal head to the heater line. Otherwise,
the head is in uneven contact with the recording paper feed roller, or
the imaging film is wrinkled.
Lower cabinet
Fig. 5
1 Are the power and signal cables of the thermal head suitably treated?
2 Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head pres-sure
The following items are described as the simplified checking method.
spring is replaced?
3 Is the feed roller of the recording paper concentric? (Density is uneven at intervals.)
4 Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head is replaced?
5 Is the imaging film stained or wrinkled?
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[2] Disassembly and assembly procedures
•
•
This chapter mainly describes the disassembly procedures. For the assembly procedures, reverse the disassembly procedures.
•
•
The numbers in the illustration, the parts list and the flowchart in a same section are common to each other.
Easy and simple disassembly/assembly procedures of some parts and units are omitted. For disassembly and assembly of such parts and units,
refer to the Parts List.
To assure reliability of the product, the disassembly and the assembly procedures should be performed carefully and deliberately.
1
Parts list (Fig. 1)
Bottom plate
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
4
Head earth cable
1
2
Screw (3×10)
9
5
Screw (3×6)
1
3
Screw (3×5)
2
6
Shield sheet
1
7
Bottom plate
1
2
2
1
2
2
3
2
2
2
7
2
4
2
2
5
6
7
6
4
3
5
1
Fig. 1
3–3
Part name
Q’ty
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Parts list (Fig. 2)
PWB’s, drive unit, AC cord ass’y and
speaker
2
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
7
Screw (4×6)
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Connector
3
8
AC cord ass’y
1
3
Cable
6
9
Screw (3×10)
2
4
Control PWB unit
1
10
Drive unit
1
5
TEL/Liu PWB unit
1
11
Speaker hold spring
1
6
Power supply PWB unit
1
12
Speaker
1
AC cord earth cable
1
2
11
3
12
7
3
4
5
9
6
10
AC cord
earth cable
2
8
2
7
3
2
3
3
3
8
3
6
4
Control PWB
(Top view)
5
9
6
4
Rib
10
Note) Keep the power
supply PWB unit to
under the rib like a picture.
6
11
12
Position of AC cord
8
1
The number direction
keep on top side
Fig. 2
3–4
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3
Paper roller etc. and sensor lever
Parts list (Fig. 3)
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
8
Platen lock bracket
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Sheet A
1
9
Platen lock lever, left
1
3
P-IN sensor lever B
1
10
Platen lock lever, right
1
4
PE sensor lever B
1
11
Platen lock lever spring
1
5
PE sensor lever spring B
1
12
PO roller
1
6
Screw (3×10)
1
13
Transfer bearing
2
7
BT gear ass’y
1
14
Back roller gear
1
1
2
8
12
3
9
13
10
14
4
5
6
11
7
10
8
9
9
Applying position for SHEET A
Clean apply area by Alcohol.
8
2
Fix size
271.8±0.4mm
6
11
3
2
4
10
AP
D
AR
PL
YIN
G
5
ND
ST
G
AN
DA
RD
YIN
A
ST
PL
AP
7
13
1
12
Rib
13
14
1
13
An attachment rib is
attached in cccordance
with hole, right and left.
Fig. 3
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4
Drive frame
Parts list (Fig. 4)
No.
Q’ty
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Screw (3×10)
Part name
2
9
Idler gear, 52Z
Part name
1
17
Reduction gear, 4
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Motor
1
10
Reduction gear, 3
1
18
Planet gear lever C ass’y
1
3
Motor plate
1
11
Reduction gear, 2
1
19
Planet gear lever B ass’y
1
4
Take up gear
1
12
Reduction gear, 5
1
20
Reduction gear, 1
1
5
Slip gear ass’y
1
13
Reduction gear C
1
21
Cam hold spring
1
6
Reduction gear, 6
1
14
Link lever
1
22
Cam A
1
7
Planet gear lever D ass’y
1
15
Planet gear lever A ass’y
1
23
Cam B
1
8
Idler gear B
1
16
Idler gear, 30Z
3
24
Cam switch
1
25
Drive frame
1
Fix position of CAM A and B
1
22
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
23
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
CAM A
CAM B
13
1
MARK
MARK
21
Joint of mark and mark.
3
22
25
2
24
18
5
16
26
20
15 , 18 , 19
14
Grease
10
Grease
7
Grease
17
11
6
19
16
8
Grease
15
9
12
Nail be doing lock.
Nail be doing lock.
23
7
4
16
CAUTION :
Do not apply FLOIL to this gear.
Please wipe off when FLOIL
sticks to this gear.
4
7
15 , 18 , 19
CAUTION: To prevent the hook from breaking
25
Nail
24
9
Boss
24
(2)
(1)
[side angle]
Please do in order in the above
figure when you assemble this gear.
21
25
Nail
[top angle]
Boss
22
To be the switch linked by hooks.
Nail be doing lock
NOTE) Apply certainly to a part of a nail at
the time of GREASE application.
GEAR attachment boss
Fig. 4
3–6
9
Two hooks must
be in the hole.
OK
NG
When the gear is assembled, it is
necessary to see two hooks.
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Sub frame unit, original paper guide,
operation panel unit and CIS unit
5
Parts list (Fig. 5)
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
8
CIS unit
1
2
Hook switch lever
1
9
CIS spring
2
3
Sub frame unit
1
10
Cover switch spring
1
4
Screw (3×10)
2
11
Cover switch lever
1
5
Original paper guide unit
1
12
Feed roller shaft
1
6
Operation panel unit
1
13
Feed roller
1
7
Film guide shaft
1
14
Orignal paper guide
1
10
11
12
13
14
4
4
5
13
6
14
Q’ty
11
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part name
12
8
9
2
3
9
8
7
9
5
4
6
1
2
1
3
Operation panel unit disassembly
1 Close insignificantly the operation panel unit from the FULL OPEN position.
2 Shift the operation panel unit to the left side, and remove the left-side fulcrum.
3 Shift the operation panel unit to the right side, and remove the right-side fulcrum.
Sub frame unit disassembly
4 Fully open the sub frame unit.
5 Shift the sub frame unit to the left side, and remove the left-side fulcrum.
6 Shift the sub frame unit to the left side, and remove the right-side fulcrum.
Fig. 5
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Upper cabinet and document guide
upper unit
6
Parts list (Fig. 6)
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Screw (3×8)
Part name
2
6
Operation panel PWB
2
Document guide upper
1
7
Direct key
1
8
Mode key
1
unit
Part name
Operation panel unit
1
9
Stop key
1
4
Screw (2×6)
5
10
Start key
1
5
Cable
1
11
12 key
1
12
Upper cabinet
1
Note) Keep the document
guide upper unit in the rib
of operation panel unit
like a picture.
2
3
3
2
Rib
Note) Keep the document
guide upper unit to under
the rib like a picture.
2
3
8
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
1
2
1
6
Rib
Note) Keep the operation
panel PWB to under the
rib like a picture.
12
6
Rib
6
LCD CABLE
LCD PWB
LCD PWB
Rib
Note) The LCD PWB should
be securely locked by the
click of the panel case.
11
10
5
4
6
9
Rib
Note) Keep the operation
panel PWB to under the
rib like a picture.
7
4 4 4
4
Fig. 6
3–8
1
3
3
1
Q’ty
8
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7
Document guide upper
Parts list (Fig. 7)
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Back roller gear
Part name
1
7
Separate spring
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Transfer bearing
1
8
Separator plate
1
3
Back roller
1
9
Paper feed spring
1
4
Pinch roller spring
2
10
Separator rubber
1
5
Pinch roller
2
11
Guide roller
1
6
Pinch roller shaft
1
12
Document guide upper
1
1
2
3
8
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
12
12
1
2
8
7
Confirm
Thing which does not
run aground.
3
9
Confirm
hook is locked.
11
12
12
8
10
7
9
4
1
12
4
1
5
2
6
4
4
5
5
6
Fig. 7
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Sub frame, top cover unit RP hopper
unit
8
Parts list (Fig. 8)
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Q’ty
No.
Part name
Q’ty
No.
1
Top cover unit
Part name
1
10
PO pinch roller spring
2
19
Platen bearing, right
1
2
Screw (3×10)
2
11
PO pinch roller
2
20
Platen roller
1
3
Sub frame unit
1
12
PO guide
1
21
PU shaft
1
4
RP hopper unit
1
13
PE sensor lever
1
22
PU roller ass’y
1
5
Sub frame ass’y
1
14
PO gear
1
23
P-IN sensor lever spring
1
6
Screw (3×10)
1
15
PO roller ass’y
1
24
P-IN sensor lever
1
7
Tension gear
1
16
Film guide shaft
1
25
Sub frame
1
8
Tension spring
1
17
Platen gear
1
26
PO roller rubber
2
9
PO guide ass’y
1
18
Platen bearing, left
1
27
PO roller shaft
1
13
14
15 26 27
16
17
Part name
Installation condition
figure right and left.
4
18
1
19
20
4
21
5
22
23
24
25
5
2
3
2
11
Confirm to locked.
13
15
22
Confirm
hook to locked.
10
9
11
6
25
10
7
8
21
12
19
14
23
24
13
20
16
15
26
27
25
18 17
26
Both right and left
are confirmed.
9
25
Confirm to locked.
Fig. 8
3 – 10
24
25
Both right and left
are confirmed.
20
18 , 19
23
Confirm to locked.
Q’ty
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9
Top cover and RP hopper
Parts list (Fig. 9)
No.
Q’ty
No.
1
Release knob
Part name
1
9
RP release plate
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Screw
1
10
Rotation plate
1
3
Pinion gear
1
11
RP pad
1
4
Hopper spring
1
12
C-spring
1
5
Hopper guide, right
1
13
Separate plate
1
6
Hopper guide, left
1
14
Separate plate sheet
1
7
TC sheet
1
15
Separate spring
1
8
Top cover
1
16
A4 paper guide
1
17
RP hopper
1
1
2
9
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
13
7
14
8
15
16
17
6
7
8
5
Note) Hopper guides move smoothly.
Operation load is 450 g range from 80 g.
30°
Fix position
4
boss
The pointed end
to be Upper
Confirm of HOPPER GUIDE position.
HOPPER
GUIDE(R)
Rib
16
3
GAP 0
R
1
4
2
GAP 0
L
Rib
HOPPER
GUIDE(L)
12
10
13
17
14
9
15
11
Applying standard
[Cross section]
0mm
Applying standard
10
11
[Upper figure]
0mm
13
0mm
0mm
Fig. 9
3 – 11
Do not run aground
in the rib.
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Parts list (Fig. 10)
Thermal head
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Q’ty
No.
1
Mechanism unit
Part name
1
12
Thermal head ass’y
Part name
Q’ty
1
2
Screw (3×10)
1
13
Head spring E
2
3
Head cover
1
14
Head spring B
2
4
Screw (3×10)
2
15
Head spring F
1
5
Head earth cable
1
16
Head cushion
2
6
Head unit
1
17
Head frame
1
7
Film sensor lever spring
1
18
Head cable
1
8
Film sensor lever
1
19
Screw (3×6)
1
9
Screw (3×10)
2
20
Head guide, right
1
10
Panel lock lever spring
2
21
Screw (3×6)
1
11
Head spring D
2
22
Head guide, left
1
23
Thermal head
1
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
20
23
View A
19
7
8
3
Rib
Install the spring
on the ditch of the rib.
18
2
22
21
4
12
11
13
4
The head and head earth cable
pass to the core 2 times.
14
15
6
17
9
7
13
10
1
14
View A
16
11
16
8
4
Tightening torque
6.0±0.5kg.cm
9
10
5
6
Put the earth cable in parallel to the head frame.
Fig. 10
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Wire treatment
Parts list (Fig. 11)
No.
Part name
Screw (3×10)
2
Screw (4×6)
1
3
Core (F2064)
2
4
Core (F2063)
1
5
Screw (3×5)
1
6
Band
1
4
Panel cable
The CIS cable and
Speaker cable pass to the
core 2 times.
panel cable
Document
guide
upper unit
Q’ty
1
1
The Head cable and
Head earth cable pass
to th core 2 times.
Control PWB
Head
earth
cable
3
Head cable
4
5
CIS cable
6
Document
guide upper
unit
Operation panel unit
Speaker cable
3
Operation
panel unit
Panel
cable
1
Panel cable
Head earth
cable
Operation
panel
PWB
The panel cable pass
to the core 3 times.
Head unit
Head
frame
Cam switch cable
Rib
AC cord earth cable
Motor
cable
2
AC cord
AC cord
earth cable
Drive
unit
Power supply PWB
Rib
Rib
Rib
Fig. 11
3 – 13
Speaker cable
Lower
cabinet
4–1
EXT.TEL
LINE
HANDSET
SPEAKER
CLOCK
19.66MHz
SPEAKER
AMPLIFIER
SURGE
PROTECT/
FILTER
AMPLIFIER
AMPLIFIER
AMPLIFIER/
SELECT
SIGNAL
MODEM
R96DFXL-CID
CLOCK
24MHz
CONTROL PWB UNIT
BLOCK
CML
INV
CI
TRANSFORMER
AMPLIFIER
BZ
TEL/LIU
PWB UNIT
CLOCK
32kHz
VBT
RESET IC
ROM
2Mbit
SRAM
1Mbit
SENSOR I/F
WATCHDOG
TIMER
RTC
PIO
SURGE
TRANS
ABSORBER
RECTIFIER
DIODE
TRANSFORMER
RECTIFIER
REGULATOR
+5V
PANEL I/F
SIO
+24V
STABILIZER
MOTOR I/F
TIMER
THERMAL
HEAD I/F
CIS I/F
CPU I/F
CPU
INTERRUPT
CONTROLLER
1CHIP FAX ENGINE (FC100-M)
FILTER
POWER SUPPLY
PWB UNIT
LCD
OPERATION
PANEL
PANEL
FILM SENSOR
RELAY
DRIVER
PM
P-IN
SENSOR
PE
SENSOR
THERMAL
HEAD
CONTACT
IMAGE
SENSOR
FRONT SENSOR
DOCUMENT
SENSOR
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CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram
FG
4–2
14
OPERATION
PANEL PWB
NUIT
CNLCD
LCD UNIT
CNPN
CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR
THERMAL HEAD
15
7
16
CNCIS
CNTH
TX/RX MOTOR
CNPN
CNMT
6
SPEAKER
2
CNSP
CONTROL PWB UNIT
CNCSW
2
CAM SW
CNPW
CNLIUB
CNLIUA
FG
9
6
14
ARG
POWER SUPPLY
PWB UNIT
CN1
CNLIUB
CNLIUA
MJ1/2
TEL/LIU
PWB UNIT
MJTEL
FG
EXTERNAL LINE
TEL LINE
HANDSET
AC CORD
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[2] Wiring diagram
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[3] Point- to-point diagram
CNMT
TX/RX
MOTOR
THERMAL
HEAD
TPBD
TPAD
TPBD
TPAD
VMT
VMT
VTH
VTH
STRB1
STRB2
THI
N.C.
MG
MG
MG
+5V
STRB3
STRB4
LATCH
PCLK
DATA
VTH
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
TPBD
TPAD
TPBD
TPAD
VMT
VMT
CNTH
VTH
1
VTH
2
STRB1
3
STRB2
4
THI
5
N.C.
6
MG
7
MG
8
MG
9
+5V
10
STRB3
11
STRB4
12
LATCH
13
PCLK
14
DATA
15
VTH
16
CNLIUA
TELOUT
1
TELIN
2
TELMUTE 3
CI/CIDIN1 4
CIDIN2/HS 5
PE
6
PIN
7
RHS
8
RXIN
9
TXOUT
10
CML
11
+5V
12
DG
13
+24V
14
CNLIUA
TELOUT
1
TELIN
2
3 TELMUTE
4 CI/CIDIN1
5 CIDIN2/HS
PE
6
PIN
7
RHS
8
RXIN
9
TXOUT
10
CML
11
+5V
12
DG
13
+24V
14
CNLIUB
EXTSIG
1
RLYCNT 2
SIGMUTE/ 3
TXMUTE
DPON
4
DPMUTE 5
RCVOL
6
CNLIUB
1
EXTSIG
2 RLYCNT
3 SIGMUTE/
TXMUTE
4
DPON
5 DPMUTE
6
RCVOL
CNPW
MG
1
MG
2
+24V
3
+24V
4
+24VA
5
DG
6
+5V
7
DG
8
PSAVE
9
CN1
MG
1
MG
2
+24V
3
+24V
4
+24VA
5
DG
6
+5V
7
DG
8
PSAVE
9
TEL/LIU
PWB
CONTROL
PWB
OPERATION
PANEL
PWB
CIS
CNPN
KEN4A
1
KEN3A
2
KEN2A
3
KEN1A
4
DG
5
DG
6
+5V
7
ORGSNS 8
FRSNS
9
E
10
SEN4
11
SEN0
12
SEN1
13
SEN2
14
SEN3
15
VO
DG
+5V
PHIT
CISCLK
GLED
+24V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CNPN
KEN4A
1
KEN3A
2
KEN2A
3
KEN1A
4
DG
5
DG
6
+5V
7
8 ORGSNS
FRSNS
9
E
10
SEN4
11
SEN0
12
SEN1
13
SEN2
14
SEN3
15
CNCIS
1
VO
2
DG
3
+5V
4
PHIT
5
CISCLK
6
GLED
7
+24V
CNCSW
1
CSW
2
DG
1
2
CSW
DG
CAM
SWITCH
CNSP
1
2
1
2
SP+
SP-
SPEAKER
SP+
SP-
4–3
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
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FO-730DE/NX-530DE
3. Operational description
CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
Operational descriptions are given below:
•
[1] Circuit description
When a document is loaded in standby mode, the state of the document sensor is sensed via the 1 chip fax engine (FC100M). If the
sensor signal was on, the motor is started to bring the document into
the standby position. With depression of the START key in the offhook state, transmission takes place.
Then, the procedure is sent out from the modem and the motor is
rotated to move the document down to the scan line. In the scan
processor, the signal scanned by the CIS is sent to the internal image processor and the AD converter to convert the analog signal into
binary data. This binary data is transferred from the scan processor
to the image buffer within the RAM and encoded and stored in the
transmit buffer of the RAM. The data is then con-verted from parallel
to serial form by the modem where the serial data is modulated and
sent onto the line.
1. General description
The compact design of the control PWB is obtained by using ROCKWELL fax engine in the main control section and high density printing of
surface mounting parts. Each PWB is independent according to its function as shown in Fig. 1.
2. PWB configuration
TEL/LIU
PWB
CIS
LCD
PWB
•
CONTROL
PWB
Receive operation
There are two ways of starting reception, manual and automatic.
Depression of the START key in the off-hook mode in the case of
manual receive mode, or CI signal detection by the LIU in the automatic receive mode.
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
PANEL
PWB
Transmission operation
First, the FC100M controls the procedure signals from the modem to
be ready to receive data. When the program goes into phase C, the
serial data from the modem is converted to parallel form in the modem interface of the 1 chip fax engine (FC100M) which is stored in
the receive buffer of the RAM. The data in the receive buffer is decoded software-wise to reproduce it as binary image data in the image buffer. The data is DMA transferred to the recording processor
within the FC100M which is then converted from parallel to serial
form to be sent to the thermal head. The data is printed line by line by
the FC100M which is assigned to control the motor rotation and strobe
signal.
AC CORD
TX/RX
MOTOR
Fig. 1
1) Control PWB
The control PWB controls peripheral PWBs, mechanical parts, transmission, and performs overall control of the unit.
This machine employs a 1-chip modem (R96DFXL-CID) which is installed on the control PWB.
•
Copy operation
To make a copy on this facsimile, the COPY key is pressed when the
machine is in stand-by with a document on the document table and
the telephone set is in the on-hook state.
2) TEL/LIU PWB
First, depression of the COPY key advances the document to the
scan line. Similar to the transmitting operation, the image signal from
the CIS is converted to a binary signal in the DMA mode via the 1
chip fax engine (FC100M) which is then sent to the image buffer of
the RAM. Next, the data is transferred to the recording processor in
the DMA mode to send the image data to the thermal head which is
printed line by line. The copying takes place as the operation is repeated.
This PWB controls connection of the telephone line to the unit.
3) Power supply PWB
This PWB provides voltages of +5V and +24V to the other PWBs.
4) Panel PWB
The panel PWB allows input of the operation keys.
5) LCD PWB
This PWB controls the LCD display.
5–1
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
3) 27C020 (IC4): pin-32 DIP (ROM)
[2] Circuit description of control PWB
EPROM of 2Mbit equipped with software for the main CPU.
1. General description
4) W24010S-70LE (IC2): pin-32 SOP (SRAM)
Fig. 2 shows the functional blocks of the control PWB, which is composed of 4 blocks.
Line memory for the main CPU system RAM area and coding/decoding
process. Used as the transmission buffer.
MAIN CONTROL BLOCK
Memory of recorded data such as daily report and auto dials. When the
power is turned off, this memory is backed up by the lithium battery.
(3) ROM
MODEM BLOCK
(1) FC100M
(2) MODEM
(4) SRAM
Fig. 2 Control PWB functional block diagram
2. Description of each block
(1) Main control block
The main control block is composed of ROCKWELL 1 chip fax engine
(FC100M), ROM (2Mbit), SRAM (1Mbit) and Modem (R96DFXL-CID).
Devices are connected to the bus to control the whole unit.
1) FC100M (IC9) : pin-144 QFP (FAX CONTROLLER)
2) R96DFXL-CID (IC6) : pin-100 QFP (MODEM)
The FAXENGINE Integrated Facsimile Controllers.
FC100M, contains an internal 8 bit microprocessor with an external 2
Mbyte address space and dedicated circuitry optimized for facsimile
image processing and facsimile machine control and monitoring.
MIRQN
A[23:0]
D[7:0]
RDN
WRN
ROMCSN
CSN[1:0]
MCSN
SYNC
REGDMA
WAITN
RASN
CASN[1:0]
DWRN
MC24 CPU CONTROL IF
MC24 MEGACELL(8BIT DATA,24BIT ADDRESS)
WATCHDOG TIMER
REAL TIME CLOCK
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
BATTERY BACK-UP CIRCUIT
INTERRUPT CONTROLLER
BUS INTERFACE
EXTERNAL CPU BUS
CPU BUS
DRAM CONTROL
INTERNAL & EXTERNAL BUS CONTROL
INTERNAL & EXTERNAL DECODE
DMA CONTROLLER
OPERATOR PANEL IF
32 KEYS
8 LEDS
LCD MODULE
MOTOR POWER
CONTROL RINGER
SYNC SERIF 1
TONE
GPIO[0]
GPIO[1]/SASTXD
GPIO[2]/SASRXD
GPIO[3]/SASCLK
GPIO[4]/CPCIN
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2
GPIO[8]/FWRN
GPIO[9]/FRDN
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2
GPIO[11]/BE/SERINP
GPIO[12]/CS2N
GPIO[13]/CS3N
GPIO[14]/CS4N
GPIO[15]/CS5N
GPIO[16]/IRQ8
GPIO[17]/IRQ5N
GPIO[18]/IRQ9N
GPIO[19]/RDY/SEROUT
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE
SM[3:0]/GPO[7:4]
PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0]
GENERAL I/O
TONE/ALTTONE
GPIO
CALLING PARTY
CONTROL
AUTOBAUD
SYNC-ASYNC SASIF
SYNC SERIF 2
FLASH MEMORY IF
AUTOBAUD
SEE
"OPIF
INPUTS"
BELOW
SCANNER CONTROL & VIDEO PROCESSING
8-BIT PADC
CCD/CIS SCANNER
5 ms,A4/B4 LINES
SHADING CORRECTION(1:1,1:8)
DITHERING
MULTILEVEL B4-A4 REDUCTION
ERROR DIFFUSION
MTF
BI-LEVEL RESOLUTION
CONVERSION
PROGRAMMABLE
REDUCTION &
EXPANSION
THERMAL PRINTER IF
T.4/T.6 CODEC
MH,MR,MMR
HARDWARE,ALTERNATE
COMPRESSION &
DECOMPRESSION
5 ms LINE TIME
A4/B4 LINES
TPH ADC
4 STROBE TPH
LATCHLESS TPH
EXTEMAL DMA I/F
DMA BUS
+VREF
–VREF
VIN
SEE
"OPIF
OUTPUTS"
BELOW
INTERNAL CPU BUS
2.6kBYTE VIDEO RAM
START
CLK1
CLK1N
CLK2
VIDCTL0/FCS1N
VIDCTL1/FCS2N
WRPROTN
SYSCLK
TSTCLK
DEBUGN
RESETN
XIN
XOUT
PWRDWNN
BATRSTN
OPIF INPUTS
PWR/GND
TEST
OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/SSRXD1
OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/SSSTAT1
OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/SSCLK1
OPI[3]/GPIO[24]
Fig. 3
5–2
OPIF OUTPUTS
LEDCTL/GPO[16]
LCDCS/GPO[17]
OPO[0]/GPO[8]/SINPWR CTRL
OPO[1]/GPO[9]/PMPWR CTRL
OPO[2]/GPO[10]/RINGER
OPO[3]/GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/SSTXD1
OPO[5]/GPO[13]
OPO[6]/GPO[14]
OPO[7]/GPO[15]
THADIN
PCLK
PDAT
PLAT
STRB[3:0]
STRBPOL
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
FC100M (IC9) Terminal descriptions
Pin Name
Input
Output
Pin Description
Type
Type
(Note: Active low signals have an "n" pin name ending.)
Pin No.
I/O
135
133
130
I
I
O
HU
H
−
O
TU
I/O
TU
123XT
RDn
WRn
ROMCSn
CS1n
CS0n
MCSn
SYNC
REGDMA
WAITn
RASn
CAS[1:0]n
DWRn
[1:6][8:13]
[15:20][22:27]
[136:139]
[141:144]
128
127
120
122
57
121
126
124
125
113
[111:112]
109
CPU Control Interface
−
Modem interrupt, active low. (Hysteresis In, Internal Pullup.)
−
System clock. (Hysteresis In.)
123XT
Test clock.
Bus Control Interface
123XT
Address bus (24-bit).
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
DEBUGn
RESETn
TEST
129
131
58
I
I/O
I
XIN
XOUT
PWRDWNn
59
60
62
I
O
I
BATRSTn
WRPROTn
61
110
I
O
START
CLK1
CLK1n
CLK2
FCS1n/VIDCTL0
FCS2n/VIDCTL1
101
100
99
98
96
97
O
O
O
O
O
O
29
30
31
[33:36]
37
O
O
O
O
I
47
O
46
O
−
2XL
44
O
−
2XCT
43
42
O
O
−
−
2XL
2XL
Keyboard/LED strobe [3] or GPO[11]
Keyboard/LED strobe [4] or GPO[12] or SSTXD1 (for SSIF1)
40
39
38
52
O
O
O
I/O
−
−
−
HU
2XL
2XL
2XL
2XC
51
I/O
HU
2XC
Keyboard/LED strobe [5] or GPO[13]
Keyboard/LED strobe [6] or GPO[14]
Keyboard/LED strobe [7] or GPO[15]
(Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [0] or GPIO[21] or SSRXD1
(for SSIF1)
(Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [1] or GPIO[22] or SSSTAT1
(for SSIF1)
MIRQn
SYSCLK
TSTCLK
A[23:0]
D[7:0]
PCLK/DMAACK
PDAT
PLAT
STRB[3:0]
STRBPOL/DMAREQ
OPO[0]/GPO[8]/
SMPWRCTRL
OPO[1]/GPO[9]/
PMPWRCTRL
OPO[2]/GPO[10]/
RINGER
OPO[3]/GPO[11]
OPO[4]/GPO[12]/
SSTXD1
OPO[5]/GPO[13]
OPO[6]/GPO[14]
OPO[7]/GPO[15]
OPI[0]/GPIO[21]/
SSRXD1
OPI[1]/GPIO[22]/
SSSTAT1
Data bus (8-bit).
123XT
Read strobe.
123XT
Write strobe.
123XT
ROM chip select.
123XT
I/O chip select.
123XT
SRAM chip select. (Battery powered.)
123XT
Modem chip select.
123XT
Indicates CPU op code fetch cycle (active high).
123XT
Indicates REGSEL cycle and DMA cycle.
123XT
Indicates current TSTCLK cycle is a wait state or a halt state.
123XT
DRAM row address select. (Battery powered.)
123XT
DRAM column address select. (Battery powered.)
123XT
DRAM write. (Battery powered.)
Prime Power Reset Logic and Test
HU
−
External non-maskable input (NMI).
HU
2XO
FC100/FC200 Reset.
C
−
Sets Test mode (Battery powered).
Battery Power Control and Reset Logic
OSC
−
Crystal oscillator input pin.
−
OSC
Crystal oscillator output pin.
H
−
Used by external system to indicate -to FC100/FC200 - loss of prime power.
(Results in NMI)
H
−
Battery power reset input.
−
1XC
(Battery powered.) Write protect during loss of VDD power.
NOTE:The functional logic is powered by battery power, but the output drive
is powered by DRAM battery power.
Scanner Interface
−
2XS
Scanner shift gate control.
−
2XS
Scanner clock.
−
2XS
Scanner clock-inverted.
−
2XS
Scanner reset gate control (or clock for CIS scanner).
−
2XT
Flash memory chip select or Video Control signal.
−
2XT
Flash memory chip select or Video Control signal.
Printer Interface
−
3XC
Thermal Print Head (TPH) clock, or external DMAACK.
−
2XP
Serial printing data (to TPH).
−
3XP
TPH data latch.
−
1XP
Strobe signals for the TPH.
C
−
Sets strobe polarity, active high/low or external DMA request.
Operator Panel Interface
−
2XL
Keyboard/LED strobe [0] or GPO[8] or Scan Motor Power Control
Keyboard/LED strobe [1] or GPO[9] or Print Motor Power Control
Keyboard/LED strobe [2] or GPO[10] or RINGER
5–3
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FO-730DE/NX-530DE
FC100M (IC9) Terminal descriptions
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
OPI[2]/GPIO[23]/
SSCLK1
OPI[3]/GPIO[24]
LEDCTL
LCDCS
50
I/O
49
55
54
I/O
O
O
GPIO[0]
GPIO[1]/SASTXD
GPIO[2]/SASRXD
GPIO[3]/SASCLK
GPIO[4]/CPCIN
GPIO[5]/SSCLK2
GPIO[6]/SSTXD2
GPIO[7]/SSRXD2
GPIO[8]/FWRn
94
93
92
91
90
89
87
86
85
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GPIO[9]/FRDn
84
I/O
GPIO[10]/SSSTAT2
GPIO[11]/BE/
SERINP
GPIO[12]/CS[2]n
GPIO[13]/CS[3]n
GPIO[14]/CS[4]n
GPIO[15]/CS[5]n
GPIO[16]/IRQ[8]
GPIO[17]/IRQ[5]n
GPIO[18]/IRQ[9]n
GPIO[19]/RDY/
SEROUT
GPIO[20]/ALTTONE
83
82
I/O
I/O
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
107
I/O
SM[3:0]/GPO[7:4]
PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0]
TONE
[103:106]
[115:118]
119
O
O
O
-Vref/CLREF
66
I
ADXG
68
I
ADGA
ADVA
ADGD
+Vref
VIN
THADI
69
70
72
71
67
65
I
I
I
VSS(12)
VDD(8)
VBAT
VDRAM
7,21,28,45,
53,56,64,88,
95,108,132,
134
14,32,41,48,
81,102,123,
140
63
114
Input
Output
Type
Type
Pin Description
Operator Panel Interface
2XC
(Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [2] or GPIO[23] or SSCLK1
(for SSIF1)
HU
2XC
(Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return [3] or GPIO[24]
−
4XC
Indicates outputs OPO[7:0] are for LEDs.
−
1XC
LCD chip select.
General Purpose I/O
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[0].
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[1] or SASTXD (for SERIF).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[2] or SASRXD (for SERIF).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[3] or SASCLK (for SERIF).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[4] or Calling Party Control Input.
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[5] or SSCLK2 (for SSIF2).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[6] or SSTXD2 (for SSIF2).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[7] or SSRXD2 (for SSIF2).
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[8] or flash write enable signal for NAND-type flash
memory.
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[9] or flash read enable signal for NAND-type flash
memory.
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[10] or SSSTAT2 (for SSIF2).
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[11] or bus enable or serial port data input for
autobaud detection.
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[12] or I/O chip select [2].
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[13] or I/O chip select [3].
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[14] or I/O chip select [4].
H
2XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[15] or I/O chip select [5].
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[16] or external interrupt 8.
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[17] or external interrupt 5.
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[18] or external interrupt 9.
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[19] or ready signal or Serial port data output for
autobaud detection.
H
1XC
(Hysteresis In) GPIO[20] or ALTTONE.
Miscellaneous
−
1XC
Programmable: scan motor control pins or GPO pins.
−
1XC
Programmable: print motor control pins or GPO pins.
−
1XC
Tone output signal.
Power, Reference Voltages, Ground
-VR
−
Negative Reference Voltage for Video A/D or Reference Voltage for the
Clamp Circuit.
VXG
−
A/D Internal GND. (NOTE: This pin requires an external 0.22µF decoupling
capacitor to ADGA.)
VADG
A/D Analog Ground
VADV
A/D Analog Power
VADG
A/D Digital Ground
+VR
Positive Reference Voltage for Video A/D.
VA
−
Analog Video A/D input.
TA
−
Analog Thermal A/D input.
Power and Ground
Digital Ground
HU
Digital Power
Battery Power
DRAM Battery Power
5–4
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(2) Panel control block
The following controls are performed by the FC100M.
•
Operation panel key scanning
•
Operation panel LCD display
(3) Mechanism/recording control block
•
Recording control block diagram (1)
PANEL/LCD PWB
TELEPHONE
LINE
TONE/ALTTONE
TSTCLK
REGDMA
WAITN
SYNC
PWRDWNN
STRB[3:0]
STRBPOL
THADI
PDAT
PCLK
PLAT
RXIN
TXOUT
SPEAKER
MICROPHONE
CIRCUIT
LINE
INTERFACE
MIC
SPKR
PRINTER DATA
CONTROI &
SENSORS
TEST
BATRSTN
RESETN
OPO[7:0]*
OPI[3:0]*
LEDCTL*
LCDCS*
TXA
RXA
THERMAL HEAD
OPERATOR
PANEL,
KEYPAD,
LEDS & LCD
ANALOG
SWITCH
MOTOR
START
CLK2
CLK1
CLK1N
VIDCTL[1:0]
CIS
SCANNER
VIDEO
PREPROCESSING
SYNC PORTS (2)
(SSIF)
GENERAL
PURPOSE I/O
SYNC/ASYNC
SERIAL
PORT
SYSCLK
MIRON
MCSN
EXTENDED
FACSIMILE
CONTROLLER
FC100M
VIN
+VREF
–VREF
SSCLK[2:1]*
SSTXD[2:1]*
SSRXD[2:1]*
SSSTAT[2:1]*
GPIO
SASCLK
SASTXD
SASRXD
RIN
SPKR
EXTERNAL BUS
SCANNER
CONTROLS &
SENSORS
RTC
CRYSTAL
SM[3:0]*
A[23:0]
D[7:0]
RDN
WRN
ROMSCN
A[4:0]
D[7:0]
RDN
WRN
MONOFAX
FACSIMILE
MODEM
RXDAT
TXDAT
RMODE
TMODE
CLKIN
SLEEPN
GPIO
WRPROTN
FRDN*
FRWN*
FCLE*
FCS[0:2]
DEBUGN
VDD
VDRAM
VBAT
VSS
XIA
GPIO
CAS[0,1]N,RASN,DWRN
CS[5:0]N*
RIN
SPKRLO
SPKRHI
PRINTER &
SCANNER
MOTOR DRIVERS
TXA2
TXA1
XIN
XOUT
PM[3:0]*
DRAM
(OPTION)
FLASH MEMORY
NOTES:*ALTERNATIVE GPO,GPI OR GPIO LINES
SPEAKERPHONE ONLY
VOICE OR SPEAKERPHONE
Fig. 4
5–5
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
(4) Modem (R96DFXL-CID) block
FEATURES
INTRODUCTION
•
Group 3 facsimile transmission/reception
– ITU-TS V.29, V.27 ter, T.30, V.21 Channel 2, T.4
The Rockwell R96DFXL-CID MONOFAX modem is a synchronous 9600
bits per second (bps) half-duplex modem with error detection and DTMF
reception. It has low power consumption and requires only a single +5V
DC power supply. The modem is housed in a single VLSI device package.
The modem can operate over the public switched telephone network
(PSTN) through line terminations provided by a data access arrangement (DAA).
The R96DFXL-CID is designed for use in Group 3 facsimile ma-chines.
The modem satisfies the requirements specified in CCITT recommendations V.29, V.27 ter, V.21 Channel 2 and T.4, and meets the binary
signaling requirements of T.30.
The modem can operate at 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, or 300 bps, and
also includes the V.27 ter short training sequence option.
The modem can also perform HDLC framing according to T.30 at 9600,
7200, 4800, 2400, or 300 bps.
The modem features a programmable DTMF receiver and three programmable tone detectors which operate concurrently with the V.21
channel 2 receiver.
The voice mode allows the host computer to efficiently transmit and
receive audio signals and messages.
The modem is available in either a 100-pin plastic quad flat pack (PQFP)
or a 64-pin quad in-line package (QUIP).
General purpose input/output (GPIO) pins are available for host as
signment in the 100-pin PQFP.
The modem’s small size, single voltage supply, and low power consumption allow the design of compact system enclosures for use in both
office and home environments.
MONOFAX is a registered trademark of Rockwell International.
– HDLC Framing at all speeds
•
V.27 ter short train
•
Concurrent DTMF, FSK, and tone reception
•
Voice mode transmission/reception
•
Half-duplex (2-wire)
•
Programmable maximum transmit level:
0 dBm to –15 dBm
•
Programmable transmit analog attenuation:
0 dB to 14 dB in 2 dB steps
•
Receive dynamic range: 0 dBm to –43 dBm
•
Programmable dual tone generation
•
Programmable tone detection
•
Programmable turn-on and turn-off thresholds
•
Programmable interface memory interrupt
•
Diagnostic capability
– Allows telephone line quality monitoring
•
Equalization
– Automatic adaptive equalizer
– Fixed digital compromise equalizer
•
DTE interface: two alternate ports
– Selectable microprocessor bus (6500 or 8085)
– CCITT V.24 (EIA-232-D compatible) interface
•
TTL and CMOS compatible
•
Low power consumption: 275 mW (typical)
•
Single Package
– 100-pin PQFP
– 64-pin QUIP
5–6
•
Single +5VDC power supply
•
Software compatible with R96MFX, R96EFX, R96SHF, and R96VFX
modems
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
R96DFXL-CID (IC6) Hardware Interface Signals
Pin Signals – 100-Pin PQFP
Pin No.
Signal Name
1
GP03
2
GP04
3
GP05
4
GP06
5
GP07
6
0VD2
7
0VD2
8
D7
9
D6
10
D5
11
D4
12
D3
13
D2
14
D1
15
D0
16
0VD2
17
0VA
18
RAMPIN
19
NC
20
NC
21
0VA
22
+5VD2
23
0VD1
24
SWGAINI
25
ECLKIN1
26
SYNCIN1
27
NC
28
NC
29
NC
30
0VA
31
NC
32
NC
33
NC
34
DAIN
35
ADOUT
36
BYPASS
37
RCVI
38
TXLOSS3
39
TXLOSS2
40
TXLOSS1
41
NC
42
NC
43
0VA
44
TXOUT
45
RXIN
46
+5VA
47
0VA
48
AGD
49
AOUT
50
0VD1
51
NC
52
IRQ
53
WRITE-R/W
54
CS
55
READ-φ2
56
RS4
57
RS3
58
RS2
59
RS1
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O Type
60
RS0
IA
61
GP13
IA/OB
62
NC
63
GP11
IA/OB
64
RTS
IA
65
EN85
R
66
0VD2
GND
67
PORI
ID
68
XTLI
R
69
XTLO
R
70
XCLK
OD
71
YCLK
OD
72
+5VD1
PWR
73
DCLK1
R
74
SYNCIN2
R
75
GP16
IA/OB
76
GP17
IA/OB
77
0VD2
GND
78
CTS
OA
79
TXD
IA
80
0VD2
GND
81
0VD2
GND
82
DCLK
OA
83
EYESYNC
OA
84
EYECLKX
OA
85
EYECLK
OA
86
EYEX
OA
87
ADIN
R
88
DAOUT
R
89
0VD2
GND
90
EYEY
OA
91
GP21
IA/OB
92
0VD2
GND
93
GP20
IA/OB
94
GP19
IA/OB
95
RXD
OA
96
RLSD
OA
97
0VD2
GND
98
RCVO
R
99
SWGAINO
R
100
GP02
IA/OB
Notes:
1. NC = No connection; leave pin disconnected (open).
2. I/O Type: = Digital signals: see Table 9;
Analog signals: see Table 10.
3. R = Required modem inter-connection; no connection
to host equipment.
I/O Type
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
GND
GND
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
IA/OB
GND
GND
R
GND
PWR
GND
R
R
R
GND
R
R
IC
R
IC
IC
IC
GND
AA
AB
PWR
GND
R
R
GND
OC
IA
IA
IA
IA
IA
IA
IA
5–7
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB
(1) TEL/LIU block operational description
1) Block diagram
TEL/LIU PWB
CONTROL PWB
E-RLY
CML
RLYCONT
DPON
DPMUTE
RCVOL
RCVOL
CML
RCVOL2
RCVOL2
DPON
DPMUTE
DPMUTE
CI
CI
HS
HS
MODEM
(R96DFXL-CID)
TXMUTE
TXMUTE
TEL
VOL B
L
H
SIGMUTE
CML
TXOUT
VOL A
TXOUT
TXOUT
H
LINE
L
EXT.
DPON
(MPXB)
CI DETECT
H
TEL
L
EARTH
~
~
SIDETONE
CANCELER
H
L
+
–
E-RLY
(RCVOL)
DPMUTE
(MPXC)
H
L
H
L
GAINC
RXIN
HS
AGC
RXIN
L
RXIN
H
EXTING
HI GAIN
GAINC
RCVOL
CI
TELMUTE
HANDSET
H
L
L
H
TEL IN
RX
DG
TEL OUT
TX
L
H
TXCONT
TXCONT
RHS
L
H
HS
HOOK SW
ON H
HOOK L
OFF
HOOK
DG
TEL OUT
L
SPMUTE
DPON
BZCONT
CML
H
RHS
FC100M
TEL IN
TEL MUTE
VREF
RHS
PE9
TEL MUTE
TEL MUTE
SPMUTE
BZCONT
SPEAKER
L
BZOUT
H
L
H
VOL B
VOL A
DG
Fig. 5
3) Block description
2) Circuit description
1. Surge Protection circuit
The TEL/LIU PWB is composed of the following 10 blocks.
This circuit protects the circuit from the surge voltage occurring on the
telephone line.
1. Surge protection circuit
2. Noise filter
•
3. Dial pulse generation circuit
4. CML relay
5. Matching transformer
6. Hybrid circuit
7. Signal selection
8. Sensor circuit
9. Cl detection circuit
10. Power supply and bias circuit
5–8
The AR1, AR2 protects the circuit from the 425V or higher line
surge voltages.
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[Control signals from output port]
2. Noise filter
Signal Name
The noise filter comprises the RF choke coil, L6, L7 and L8.
Description
CML
Line connecting relay and DP generating relay
(The circuit is located H: Line make
in the TEL/LIU PWB.) L: Line break
3. Dial pulse generation circuit
The pulse dial generation circuit comprises the photo-coupler PC2,
PC3, polarity guard REC1, and resistor R1.
The photo-coupler PC3 shunts the line current using the DP signal
before transmitting the dial signal, then turns off the CML relay.
SP MUTE
Speaker tone mute control signal
H: Muting (Power down mode)
L: Muting cancel (Normal operation)
After the pulse dial signal is transmitted by turning on/off the DP signal, the CML relay is turned on again.
TEL MUTE
Handset reception mute control signal
H: Muting
L: Muting cancel
4. CML relay
VOL A
VOL B
The CML relay switches over connection to the matching transformer
T1 while the FAX or built-in telephone is being used.
5. Matching transformer
(The circuit is located
in the control PWB.)
The matching transformer performs electrical insulation from the telephone line and impedance matching for transmitting the TEL/FAX
signal.
6. Hybrid circuit
TXCONT
(The circuit is located
in the control PWB.)
The hybrid circuit performs 2-wire-to-4-wire conversion using the IC102
of operational amplifier, transmits the voice transmission signal to the
line, and feeds back the voice signal to the voice reception circuit as
the side tone.
GAIN-C
(The circuit is located
in the control PWB.)
7. Signal selection
BZCONT
The following signals are used to control the transmission line of TEL/
LIU signal. For details, refer to the signal selector matrix table.
(The circuit is located
in the control PWB.)
8. Sensor circuit
For the recording paper sensor (PE), when there is recording paper,
the photo transistor in the light receiving side is ON and the detection
level is LOW. When there is no recording paper, the photo transistor
in the light receiving side is OFF and the detection level is HIGH.
9. CI detection circuit
The CI detection circuit detects the CI signals. A CI signal, which is
provided to the photo-coupler PC6 through the C3 (0.68 µF), R3 (1
K), and ZD2 when the ring signal is inputted from the telephone line.
10. Power supply and bias circuits
The voltages of +5V and +24VA are supplied from the control PWB
unit.
5–9
Speaker volume control signal,
VOL A VOL B matrix
VOL A
VOL B
H
L
H
L
H
H
L
L
RING.
Receiving
—
Low
Middle
High
Buzzer
DTMF
—
—
Fixed
—
—
Low
Middle
High
Handset transfer mute control signal
H: Signal sending, when transmitting
L: During reception, transmission mute,
(during standby)
Reception gain switching signal
H: When connected to line, 1: 1 gain
L: When not connected to line, HIGH gain
Speaker output signal switching
H: Buzzer signal output (during stand by)
L: When monitoring line signal
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[Signals for status recognition according to input signals]
Signal Name
NO
Signal Name (CNLIUA)
NO
Function
RHS
CI
1
TELOUT
8
RHS
H:The handset is in the on-hook state.
2
TELIN
9
RXIN
L: The handset is in the off-hook state.
3
TELMUTE
10
TXOUT
Incoming call (CI) detection signal
4
5
CI/CIDIN1
CIDIN2/HS
11
CML
12
+5V
6
7
P-E
P-IN
13
14
DG
+24VA
NO
Signal Name (CNLIUB)
NO
Signal Name (CNLIUB)
1
EXTSIG
4
DPON
2
RLYCNT
5
DPMUTE
3
SIGMUTE/TXMUTE
6
RCVOL
H:The handset or external telephone is in the
on-hook state.
HS
L: The handset or external telephone is in the
off-hook state.
H:Recording paper does not exist.
P-E
L: Recording paper is set (exists).
(Detection of recording paper in printing state)
H:Recording paper does not exist in case of
printing.
P-IN
Signal Name (CNLIUA)
L: Recording paper exists in case of printing.
(Detection of recording paper in printing state)
[Other signals]
Signal Name
Function
TEL IN
Receiving signal from line or modem
TEL OUT
Transfer signal to line
Transmission (DTMF) analog signal output
TXOUT
from modem
Reception (DTMF, others) analog signal input
RXIN
into modem
(Example: TEL speaking)
TEL/LIU PWB
CONTROL PWB
E-RLY
CML
RLYCONT
DPON
DPMUTE
RCVOL
RCVOL
CML
RCVOL2
RCVOL2
DPON
DPMUTE
DPMUTE
CI
CI
HS
HS
MODEM
(R96DFXL-CID)
TXMUTE
TXMUTE
TEL
VOL B
L
H
SIGMUTE
CML
TXOUT
VOL A
TXOUT
TXOUT
H
LINE
L
EXT.
TEL
DPON
(MPXB)
CI DETECT
H
L
EARTH
~
~
SIDETONE
CANCELER
H
L
+
–
E-RLY
(RCVOL)
DPMUTE
(MPXC)
H
L
H
L
GAINC
RXIN
HS
AGC
RXIN
L
RXIN
H
EXTING
HI GAIN
GAINC
RCVOL
CI
TELMUTE
HANDSET
H
L
L
H
TEL IN
RX
DG
TEL OUT
TX
L
H
TXCONT
TXCONT
RHS
L
H
HS
HOOK SW
ON H
HOOK L
OFF
HOOK
DG
TEL OUT
L
SPMUTE
DPON
BZCONT
CML
H
RHS
RHS
TEL MUTE
VREF
PE9
TEL MUTE
TEL MUTE
SPMUTE
BZCONT
SPEAKER
L
BZOUT
H
L
H
VOL B
VOL A
DG
Fig. 6
5 – 10
FC200M
TEL IN
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[4] Circuit description of power supply PWB
1. Block diagram
F1
1.6A/250V
Noise
Filter
Circuit
AC IN
Rectifying
Smoothing
Circuit
Switching
Circuit
(RCC system)
F2
1.6A/250V
Regulater
Circuit
+5V
GND
+24V
Circuit
+24V
Photo Coupler
Fig. 7
The overcurrent protection is performed by bringing Q1 to OFF state
through detection of voltage increase in the auxiliary winding of T1 by
ZD2, R5 and R6.
2-1. Noise filter circuit
The input noise filter section is composed of L1, C1 and C15 that reduces
normal mode noise from the AC line and common mode noise to the AC
line.
The overvoltage protection is performed by operating the overcurrent
protection circuit through destruction of zener diode ZD4 and shortcircuiting of load.
2-2. Rectifying/smoothing circuit
The AC input voltage is rectified by diode D1, 2, 3, 4 and smoothed by
capacitor C2 to supply DC voltage to switching circuit section.
2-4. +5V circuit
Each DC voltage supplied by rectifying the output of transformer T1 with
diode D8 is stabilized by 3-terminal regulator IC1.
Power thermistor TH1 suppresses inrush current at power switch-on.
2-3. Switching circuit
This circuit employs the self excited ringing choke convertor (RCC) system. In this system, the DC voltage supplied from the rectifying/smoothing section is converted to be the high frequency pulses by ON/OFF
repetition of MOS FET Q1.
Energy is charged in the primary winding of T1 during ON period of Q1,
and discharged to the secondary winding during OFF period of Q1.
The output voltage is controlled by adjusting ON period of Q1 which
changes charge time of C8 through operation of photo-coupler PC1 from
+24V output.
[5] Circuit description of CIS unit
1. CIS
2. Waveforms
Cis is an image sensor which puts the original paper in close contact
with the full-size sensor for scanning, being a monochromatic type
with the pixel number of 1,728 dots and the main scanning density of
8 dots/mm.
The following clock is supplied from FC100M of the control board,
and VO is output.
5ms
It is composed of sensor, rod lens, LED light source, light-conductive
plate, control circuit and so on, and the reading line and focus are
previously adjusted as the unit.
Due to the full-size sensor, the focus distance is so short that the set
is changed from the light weight type to the compact type.
Approx.5V
øT
0V
1.6µs
CISCLK
VO
2V(TYP)
(White original paper)
Fig. 8
5 – 11
6–1
DG
B
C
RA13
470x4
R188 100
RA14
100x 4
C138 1000P
C141 1000P
C140 1000P
C129 1000P
SEN0
SEN1
SEN2
SEN3
SEN4
E
(5-5F)
(5-5F)
(5-5F)
(5-5F)
F
TPA
TPB
TPA
TPB
BZCONT
(6-3I)
GAINC
(6-4A)
TXCONT
(6-6A)
C110 2200P
C111 2200P
C112 2200P
C121 2200P
C133 68P
C148 68P
C147 68P
C134 68P
C203 68P
DG
(5-1D)
(5-1D)
(5-5D)
(5-1H)
(6-1I)
C164
1
D
+VREF
–VREF
VIN
THADI
BZOUT
DGDGDGDG
KEN1A
KEN2A
KEN3A
KEN4A
DGDGDGDGDGDG
C202
118
117
116 RA2
115 470x4
114
+5V
N.M.
106
SM0
105
SM1
104
SM2
103
SM3
L101
0
DG
DG
DG
RESET
A
C102
C172 68P
C173 68P
C187 68P
C188 68P
C154 68P
C170 68P
C171 68P
L106
HM601
7
ADXG
C118
1
69
ADGA
72
ADGD
52
51
50
49
55
54
47
46
44
43
42
40
39
38
C186 22P
1,3,9,13
VSS
DG
R210
220K
63
C166 2200P
62
PWRDWN
C167 22P
60
XOUT
1
VSS
GPO0
GPO1
GPO2
GPO3
VDRAM
R212
120
VSS
+5V
VSS
59
71
66
67
65
119
DG
RA5
270x4
XIN
+VREF
–VREF/CLREF
VIN
THADI
TONE
C142
0.1
R211
10M
SYSCLK
MIRQ
TSTCLK
DEBUG
RESET
TEST
C120
0.1
14
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
OPI0
OPI1
OPI2
OPI3
LEDCTL
LCDCS
OPO0
OPO1
OPO2
OPO3
OPO4
OPO5
OPO6
OPO7
STRB3
STRB2
STRB1
STRB0
PCLK
PDAT
PLAT
STRBPOL
DG
VBAT
L100
120
R163
100
RA12
100x4
33
34
35
36
L107
0
29
R190 100 30
R191 100 31
37
R189
10K
L105
HM601
N.M.
DG
G
C185
1
G
DG
DG
128
127
120
122
57
121
126
124
125
113
112
111
109
110
DG
C117
15P
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
A[16~0]
D[7~0]
C130
15P
R131
68
DG
IC7
HCU04
R133
150
H
IC7
HCU04
C144
68P
R147
470
DG
L104
Z2104
DWR
R144 150
R122
1M
RAS
CAS
DGDG
RD
WR
ROMCS
C215
68P
CE1
MCS
H
R129 150
R130 150
C214
68P
R145 100
R146 100
1
2
3
4
5
6
8 R152 270
9 R151 270
10
11 RA6
12 270x4
13
15
16
RA8
270x4
17
18
19
20 RA9
22 270x4
23
24
25
RA11
270x4
26
27
C165
1
RD
WR
ROMCS
CS1
CS0
MCS
SYNC
REGDMA
WAIT
RAS
CAS0
CAS1
DWR
WRPROT
A23
A22
A21
A20
A19
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
BATRST
BATRST 61
IC7
HCU04
STRB4
STRB3
STRB2
STRB1
PCLK
DATA
LATCH
C139
R143
470
R142
150
VIDCTL0
VIDCTL1
CLK1
CLK1
CLK2
START
IC9
FC100-M
DG
DG
R162
10K
C212
1000P
F
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
2
C232
CISCLK
96
97
100
99
98
101
ADVA
CNTH-12
CNTH-11
CNTH-4
CNTH-3
CNTH-14
CNTH-15
CNTH-13
C189
C190
C193
C195
C197
DG
R158 470
R160 30K
R157 30K
R159 30K
R156 3.3K
VSS
RA7
470x4
DG
VSS
CML
RHS
HS
CI
TELMUTE
BYPASS
VSS
CNCIS-5
CNCIS-4
CNLIUA-11
CNLIUA-8
CNLIUA-5
CNLIUA-4
CNLIUA-3
100Px5
R183 470
SPMUTE
R161 470
DG
VSS
3
4
C237 (6-2I)
N.M.
70
DPON
68
C199
100P
14
32
41
48
81
102
123
140
CNLIUB-4
21
R185 470
R184 470
28
VTHON
PSAVE
45
(5-3E)
CNPW-9
53,56
RA10
270x3
C205
1000P
64,88
GPIO20
GPIO19
GPIO18
GPIO17
GPIO16
GPIO15
GPIO14
GPIO13
GPIO12
GPIO11
GPIO10
GPIO9
GPIO8
GPIO7
GPIO6
GPIO5
GPIO4
GPIO3
GPIO2
GPIO1
GPIO0
DG
95,108
(4-4C)
107
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
89
90
91
92
93
94
C207
1000P
DG
C208
1000P
132
R187 30K
R186 30K
R225 30K
R227
N.M.
R232 10K
C206
1000P
DG
C209
1000P
DG
C210
1000P
7,134
R231 270
C204
1000P
C211
1000P
MDMRST
RBNSNS
FRSNS
ORGSNS
DG
E
C152 C153 C169 C168 C150 C151 C143 C145
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
144
143
142
141
139
138
137
RA3
270 x 4
136
133
SYSCLK
135
MIRQ
R149 130
30K 129
R132
10K
131
C146
1000P R148
58
10K
RA4
270 x 4
(3-2B)
(4-5D)
(4-4C)
C163
1
+5V
D
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
5
+5V
C162
0.1
C
(3-2A)
(3-2A)
+5V
6
B
[1] Control PWB circuit
Main control block
A
I
(1-6F)
SYSCLK
(2-4F)
(2-4F)
(2-4F)
(2-4D)
(3-3D)
(2-3A)(3-3C)
(2-4D)(3-2B)
(2-4A)
(2-6A)(3-4B)
1/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LAYOUT
X1
19.66MHz
VBT
(2-1I)
X3
32.768kHz
CNPN-4
CNPN-3
CNPN-2
CNPN-1
CNPN-10
CNPN-15
CNPN-14
CNPN-13
CNPN-12
CNPN-11
6–2
1
2
3
4
5
6
(1-3I)
(1-3H)
(1-6H)
(1-5I)
A
RD
ROMCS
D[7~0]
A[17~0]
Memory block
A
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
B
B
30
2
3
29
28
4
25
23
26
27
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
21
20
19
18
17
15
14
13
31
PGM
32
VCC
1
VPP
C107
0.1
16
GND
DG
CE 22
24
OE
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
IC4
27C020
C
DG
L108
0
C
(1-3H)
(1-3H)
(2-2I)
(1-3H)
C234 N.M.
+5V
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
WR
R107
0
D
R110
22K
CE1
WR
CE2
D
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
R108
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO8
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
IO2
IO1
VSS
VDD
IC3
CS1
WE
CS2/OE
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
14
28
19
18
17
16
15
13
12
11
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
CS1
CS2
WE
OE
E
VSS
VDD
N.C.
IO8
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
IO2
IO1
16
32
1
21
20
19
18
17
15
14
13
IC2
W24010S-70LET
2
31
3
28
4
25
23
26
27
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
22
30
29
24
R109
0
20
27
22
1
26
2
23
21
24
25
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
E
DG
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
C109
VBT
VBT
DG
C108
0.1
C216
R106
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
F
F
N.M.
(1-2I)
(1-2I)
(1-2I)
C131
1
+5V
DG
RAS
CAS
DWR
2
1
5
3
GND
G
27
IO8
26
IO7
25
IO6
24
IO5
5
IO4
4
IO3
3
IO2
2
IO1
21
1
2
R123
4.7K
R150
10K
3
R153
1K
15
VSS
28
VSS
NC
1
VDD
14
VDD
IC1
N.C.
RAS
CAS
WE
OE
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
4
IC8
PST596CNR
SUB
6
8
23
7
22
9
20
19
18
17
16
13
12
11
10
OUT
VCC
MRST
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
G
H
DG
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
C103
+5V
CE2
RESET
Q103
2SC2412K
DG
H
I
(1-1F)
(2-4D)
N.M.
2/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
VBT
6–3
A
B
MDMRST
R138
1000P
DG
GP11
GP02
GP03
GP04
GP05
GP06
GP07
63
100
1
2 R121
3 270
4
5
VOLB
LEDON
VREFCONT
RCVOL
DPMUTE
TXMUTE
R120
270
RCVOL2
DG
R141
1000P
BYPASS
(6-1I)
(5-5F)
(5-1A)
(6-2E)
CNLIUB-5
CNLIUB-3
CNLIUB-2
D
40
TXLOSS1
39
TXLOSS2
38
TXLOSS3
MAG
E
C113
15P
90
86
84
74
26
83
25
85
36
C
RA1
270x4
R126
120
DG
F
+5VA
0VA
0VA
0VA
0VA
0VA
DG
F
C123
18P
R125
200
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
TXOUT
DAOUT
DAIN
SWGAIN0
SWGAIN1
ADOUT
ADIN
RCVO
RCVI
RXIN
AOUT
RAMPIN
AGD
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.M.
C127
X2
24.00014MHz
XTLI 68
C128 C116 C115
68P 68P 68P
R128
270
EYEY
EYEX
EYECLKX
SYNCIN2
SYNCIN1
EYESYNC
ECLKIN1
EYECLK
BYBASS
DG
C125
0.01
67
PORI
65
EN85
70
XCLK(12M)
71
YCLK(6M)
IC6
R96DFXL-CID
C218
0.1
C137
1
L103
HM601
+5VD2
69
MAG
R127
33K
R136
270
C124
1
C217
0.1
DG
+5V
XTLO
1
(1-5A)
DG
C213
68P
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
CS
READ
WRITE
IRQ
GP21
GP20
GP19
GP17
GP16
GP13
2
MCS
RD
WR
MIRQ
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
54
55
53
52
L102
HM601
C114
N.M.
62
N.C.
72
+5VD1
(1-3H)
(1-3I)
(1-3I)
(1-6F)
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
+5V
E
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD2
0VD1
0VD1
3
D[7~0]
R112
270
RS4
RS3
RS2
RS1
RS0
R118 100K
R114 39K
R115 39K
91
93
94
76
75
61
56
57
58
59
60
R111
270
RTS
CTS
TXD
DCLK
DCLKI
RXD
RLSD
R117 30K
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
(6-1I)
PIN
VOLA
64
78
79
82
73
95
96
C191
68P
D
CSWI
CISCHK
97
92
89
81
80
77
66
16
7
6
50
23
(1-6I)
(1-5I)
R113
10K
R192
68P
C
DRSNS
PE
22
4
A[4~0]
B
(4-6D)
(5-4B)
(4-5D)
CNLIUA-6
CNLIUA-7
5
6
Modem block
A
27
28
29
31
32
33
19
20
34
99
24
44
88
35
87
98
37
45
49
18
48
41
42
51
46
17
21
30
43
47
C126
390P
C135
0.1
MAG
C149
0.1
G
R139
47.5K
R230
0
MAG
DG
+5V
C136
1
R137
0
C3
47/25
R155
3
G
SIGTX
AGD
SIGRX
H
(6-5A) (6-5E)
(6-3A)
(6-3A)
H
I
3/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
(1-3A)
6–4
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
A
CNPN-8
CNPN-9
+5V
DG
CNCSW-1
ORGSNS
FRSNS
B
2
1
DG
DG
DG
PI1
SG206
R221
220
SW1
DOOR SW
CSW
C122
2200P
C132
2200P
DG
4
3
DG
DG
C222
DG
C221
N.M.
R105
270
C
N.M.
N.M.
RBNSNS
DG
C220
DG
DG
C106
2200P
C219
C104
2200P
R102
270
N.M.
C
Sensor/Reset/Power supply block
A
ORGSNSI
FRSNSI
RBNSNS
DRSNS
CSWI
(1-5A)
(1-5A)
(1-5A)
(3-6D)
(3-6D)
D
D
CNPW-5
CNPW-1
CNPW-2
CNPW-3
CNPW-4
CNPW-6
CNPW-8
CNPW-7
HOLBAT-3
HOLBAT-2
HOLBAT-1
E
E
BT+
+24VA
MG
MG
+24V
+24V
DG
DG
+5V
DG
BT+
N.M.
R222
N.M.
R229
100
N.M.
R223
R224
0
F
R228
0
F
FG
DG
C201
0.1
BAT1
CR2032
C200
0.1
DG
MG
DG
C7
100/50
C6
22/50
+24V
C8
47/25
+5V
R134
5.6K
D102
RB705D
<VBT>
+24VA
C236
0.1
DG
C235
0.1
G
+5V
G
H
VBT
H
+24V
DG
DG
DG
DG
+5V
+5V
CNLIUA-14
CNCSW-2
CNPN-6
CNPN-5
CNLIUA-13
CNPN-7
CNLIUA-12
I
4/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
6–5
1
2
3
4
5
C
A
(5-5H)
(3-1D)
CNCIS-1
DG
LEDON
VREFCONT
DG
R116
N.M.
D1
N.M.
+5V
R119
30K
VO
<VO>
B
B
DG
E
C
+5V
DG
R202
R206
+5V
DG
R209
33K
R204
IC12
2904
C
Q111
2SA1037
1
C224
1000P
DG
DG
C223
1000P
C100
1
C105
1000P
N.M.
DG
R207
5.1K
3
2
+5V
N.M.
R101
Q102
DG
DG
+24V
R104
0
(3-6D)
R208
20K
R205
DG
CISCHK
Q110
DG
R100
10K
Q101
2SA1037
R103
5.1K
+5V
<DG>
+24V
VG
D
VREF–
VREF+
(1-1F)
(1-1F)
CNCIS-6
CNCIS-7
CNCIS-2
CNCIS-3
(1-1F)
R182
0
N.M.
GLED
Q1
R1
D
+5V
VIN
N.M.
C101
<VIN>
Video processing/Motor drive / Thermal block
B
E
E
(1-5A)
(3-1D)
(1-1E)
(1-1E)
(1-1E)
(1-1E)
VTHON
LEDON
TPA
TPB
TPA
TPB
F
F
B
DG
E
Q109
DTD114
C
+24V
MG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+24V
D104
1SS355
COM
1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
9
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
G
+5V
+24V
C5
10/50
DG
H
DG
DG
DG
THI
THADI
+5V
MG
MG
MG
VTH
VTH
VTH
LEDON
C155
1000P
DG
VMT
VMT
TPAD
TPBD
TPAD
TPBD
C175
1000P
C230
1000P
H
C229
1000P
MG
C174
1
C231
1000P
R154
22K
MG
R165
470K
FU100
ICPS07
D2
MPZP4748
MG
MG
R164
20K
RY1
OJE-SH-124M
1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
E
IC5
ULN2003A
G
C228 100P
C227 100P
C226 100P
C225 100P
–
+
6
A
I
CNTH-5
(1-1F)
CNTH-10
CNTH-7
CNTH-8
CNTH-9
CNTH-1
CNTH-2
CNTH-16
(5-2B)
CNMT-4
CNMT-3
CNMT-2
CNMT-1
CNMT-5
CNMT-6
5/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
6–6
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
A
(3-4H)
(3-3H)
(1-1D)
(3-3H)
(1-1D)
R180
33K
R181
33K
DG
+5V
AGD
SIGRX
GAINC
SIGTX
TXCONT
C161
1
R220
3K
+5V
B
R177
47K
VREF
R140
0
+5V
D105
1SS355
C177
1
Analog signal block
A
R203
86.6K
R201
10K
IC12
2902
7
DG
DG
C182
1
14
11
4
DG
IC12
2902
R198
47K
C180
1000P
C160
0.1
C
14
C4
10/50
MAG
13 –
12 +
8
IC12
2902
R217
86.6K
4
IC11
4053
C181
680P
9–
10 +
C198
1
– 6
5
+
C183
1000P
R219
10K
R199
17.4K
R200
13K
C178
1
C
11
C179
1
0 5
1 3
C184
0.1
DG
R213
3.9K
R195
118K
DG
R178
DG
TELIN
C233
100P
R216
20K
CNLIUA-2
CNLIUB-6
(3-1D)
CNLIUB-1
CNLIUA-9
CNLIUA-10
SIGTX
CNLIUA-1
RCVOL
RCVOL
C196
0.1
EXSIG
RXIN
TXOUT
R193
N.M.
TELOUT
R215
20K
D
N.M.
DG
Q106
R176
0
R179
DG
R196
1.5K
VREF
C194
0
R214
0
R197
1K
R194
1K
+24VA
0 12
1 13
R218
3.3K
DG
IC11
4053
9
D
1 1
2 0
10
E
IC11
4053
(3-3H)
E
15
DG
R166
100K
DG
F
R171
100K
DG DG
Q105
DTC114EK
R174
1K
+5V
C176
0.1
R170
3K
DG
Q104
DTC114EK
DG
C159
0.01
R168
1K
R169
470
C156
0.1
VEE 7
GND 8
ENABLE
R173
20K
R192
1K
DG
6
VCC 16
IC11
4053
F
DG
6
5
R172
220K
C157
220P
G
R175
20K
DG
R167
30K
IC10
1 7 8 MC34119
+
C2
1/50
3
4 –
C158
4700P
2
+5V
G
DG
C1
47/25
SP–
SP+
H
H
BZOUT
VOLA
VOLB
SPMUTE
CNSP-2
CNSP-1
BZCONT
I
(1-1E)
(3-6D)
(3-1D)
(1-4A)
(1-1E)
6/6
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
Control PWB parts layout (Top side)
6–7
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
Control PWB parts layout (Bottom side)
6–8
6–9
1
A
CNHJ-3
CNHJ-2
CNLIUA-3
RX–
RX+
TELMUTE
TX–
C106
2200P
L7
R-5C
D5
1SS133
B
C104
4700P
DG
Q106
DTC114EK
L6
R-5C
DG
C105
2200P
C15
2.2/50
DG
1
+5V
C
DG
R134
150
ZD1
0
DG
R153
2.2K
R159
3.3K
D
R160
110K
C9
2.2/50
DG
DG
C13
10/50
DG
– 6
5
+
C121
2200P
N.M.
D C111
C118
1000P
IC103
2904
7
R139
1.2K
G
–
+
REC1
S1ZB60
~
~
R1
47(2W)
R103
300
C4
0.33
PC1
TLP627
Q105
R138 S
D3
1SS131
ZD2
MTZJ30B
IC101
2904 VREF
2
–
3
+
R122
16K
C107
6800P
N.M.
Q103
2SC2412K
D4
1SS133
VREF
R120
10K
JP107
0
R114
L2
4.7mH
C102
0.022
R102
R3
43K
1K(1/2W)
L3
4.7mH
C101
0.022
JP2
ZD3
0
C3
0.68/250
R113
R110
C110
220P
2
CNHJ-1
TX+
C10
4.7/50
DG
R104
L8
R-5C
R121
1K
3
8
10
N.M.
S-RLY 4
R115
CML
R2
9
R136
8.2K
C124
D
R158
24K
G
S
PC2
TLP521
E
VREF
R157
R108
10K
R119
13K
TEL IN
1
2
SP2
C1
10/50
R116
N.M.
F
C6
10/50
C123
R161
PC5
R130
R128
3
+24VA
R107
15
G
R109
15
DG
N.M.
S
Q1
BS108
D
VREF-A
ZD7
MTZJ3R3B
ZD6
MTZJ3R3B
ZD4
MTZJ6R8B
N.M.
C108
CNLIUA-2
CNLIUA-1
TELOUT
T1
I2142
N.M.
IC103
2904
1
ZD10
MTZJ2R4B
Q104
2 –
3 +
R154
75K
C120
1000P
DG
C103
0.039
R101
C119
2700P
ZD11
MTZJ2R4B
N.M.
R118
F
NOTE:
These marks are all safety-cirtical parts.
E
1 2 3
N.M. SP1
PC3
TLP627
C2
1.0/250
ZD5
MTZJ30B
CNHJ-4
+5V
JP1
N.M.
5
9
VA1
DSS-301L
N.M.
R111
S-RLY
N.M.
PC6
TLP521
DG
R124
20K
R123
20K
+24VA
C7
10/50
DG
G
DG
4
8
+24VA
6 –
5
+
IC101
2904
DG
R155
30K
R135
20K
R145
22K
R146
N.M.
C14
47/25
R156
0
R144
22K
R149
20K
R125
0
DG
DG
C122
0.1
DG
C127
0.1
IC102
2904
C8
100/25
2 –
3 +
IC103
2904
IC102
2904
C113
0.047
N.M.
C117
H
VREF-A
4
4
N.M.
1
C128
820P
ZD9
1/2
I
8
8
+24VA
I
CNLIUA-7
RXIN
VREF-A
A
VREF-A
CNLIUA-10
R127 C114 C131
0.1
13K 0.047
TXOUT
H
C116 R152
0.1 33K
R150
0
N.M.
IC102
2904
6
5
R167
56K
ZD8
VREF
R151
1.3K
2 SP3
+
–
C115
1200P
C129
3
1
DG
C5
10/50
7
7
R166
3.3K
DG
C130
0.047
R148
0
R143
22K
R147
1.1K
C132
1
R142
620
G
VREF-A
+5V
DG
N.M.
VREF
R106
PC5
R137
1.5K
JP106
0
L1
ARG
L5B
R-5C
L5A
R-5C
JP108
0
JP3
R112
8
10
D
R117
PC4
3
N.M.
JP5
N.M.
JP4
N.M.
N.M.
L4
C
R105
CNLNJ-6
N.M.
JP102
JP103
Z2144
JP105
Z2144
JP101
JP104
0
AR2
RA-501P
TLJ-1
CNLNJ-5
CNLNJ-4
CNLNJ-3
CNLNJ-2
TLJ-2
[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit
B
AR1
RA-501P
4
5
6
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
6 – 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
A
+24VA
A
DG
CNLIUA-14
CNLIUA-13
CNLIUA-12
DG
PC4
R129
B
N.M.
R163
R162
1
1
CML
D2
D1
1SS131
DG
N.M.
12
12
C
DG
Q101
DG
R141
10
DG
Q102
DTC114EK
C125
0.1
C126
0.1
C
Q107
DTC114EK
DG
S-RLY
C109
C11
22/50
C12
47/25
SW1
HOOK SW
R168
10
SHORT
+5V
+24VA
DG
+5V
TEL/LIU PWB circuit
A
RHS
CML
D
N.M.
RLYCNT
SIGMUTE
CNLIUA-5
R165
R164
HS
D
DG
CNLIUA-11
CNLIUB-2
CNLIUB-3
CNLIUA-8
+24VA
+5V
E
E
PC6
TLP521
DG
F
R140
100K
+5V
R131
470
R133
470
R132
470
R126
100
C112
0.1
DG
PC3
TLP627
PC2
TLP521
PC1
TLP627
PE
SG-206
P-IN
SG-206
DG
DG
G
DG
G
Q108
DTC114EK
DG
Q109
DTC114EK
DG
Q110
DTC114EK
NOTE:
These marks are all safety-cirtical parts.
F
CI
DPON
DPMUTE
E-RLY
P-E
P-IN
CNLIUA-4
CNLIUB-4
CNLIUB-5
CNLIUB-6
CNLIUA-6
CNLIUA-7
H
H
2/2
I
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
TEL/LIU PWB parts layout (Top side)
6 – 11
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
TEL/LIU PWB parts layout (Bottom side)
6 – 12
6 – 13
1
A
1
CN2
F1
1.6A/250V
V1
470V
2
R1
3.3M(1/2W)
C1
0.22
L1
43mH
C15
0.1
B
F2
1.6A/250V
D4
ERA15-06
D2
ERA15-06
C7
3300P
R10
0.33(1W)
R9
470(1/8W)
Q3
2SC1740S
C3
470P
C2
39/400
C
R8
47K
(1/8W)
ZD1
RD27ESAB
Q1
FS5KM-18
C
R3
820K(1/8W)
R2
820K(1/8W)
C5
0.01
L2
RS208
D
C17
1000P
R7
33(1/8W)
R6
10K(1/8W) D5
1SS254
PC1
PC-123YS
R5
680(1/8W)
PC2
PC-123YS
C4
R4
4700P 100(1/2W)
D
T1
PTTP121
C13
100P
D7
S3L20U
E
C8
330/35
R18
3.9K(1/8W)
C11
0.1
D8
SR140
E
C10
2200/16
2
TH1
8.2
D3
ERA15-06
D1
ERA15-06
[3] Power supply PWB circuit
B
Q2
2SC1741AS
3
4
5
6
A
F
VR1
500
R19
47K
(1/8W)
Q6
2SC1710
R12
330K
(1/8W)
ZD5
RD6.2ESAB
Q4
2SC1710
N.M.
R14
R13
270(1/8W)
C9
0.47
Q5
2SC1710
PC1
PC-123YS
ZD3
RD20ESAB
R11
39(1/8W)
F
R17
2.4K(1/8W)
R16
6.8K(1/8W)
R20
4.7K
(1/8W)
G
IC1
NJM2391FO5
ZD4
RD30FB
G
R21
2.2K
(1/2W)
C16
100/10
R22
2.2K
(1/2W)
F3
CCP2E100(4A)
H
H
CN1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PSAVE
GND
+5V
GND
+24V
+24V
+24V
GND
GND
I
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
PC2
PC-123YS
ZD2
RD2.0ESAB
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
Power supply PWB parts layout
6 – 14
6 – 15
DG
C2
22/50
8
C1
2200P
DG
GND
11
12
13
1
2
3
4
5
10
R10 100K
R2
1K
R4 100K
R3 100K
R1
6.2K
DOWN
FUNC
RESOLUTION
RECEPTION
VO
RS
E
+5V
DG
R/W
R9 100K
SEN4
E
+5V
DG
16
+5V
D1
1SS270
D2
1SS270
D4
1SS270
D3
1SS270
VCC
9
A0
D1
7
A1
D2
6
A2
D3
14
A3
D4
15
D5
N.C.
D6
D7
D8
D9
IC1
HC147
KEN 1A
KEN 2A
KEN 3A
KEN 4A
SEN3
LD7
SEN2
LD6
SEN1
LD5
SEN0
LD4
R8 100K
R5 100K
R11 100K
R6 100K
CNLCD-3
CNLCD-4
CNLCD-6
CNLCD-2
CNLCD-1
CNLCD-5
A
B
C
Note: Since the parts of PWB can not be supplied, change it as a unit.
CNPN-11
CNPN-10
CNPN-7
CNPN-6
CNPN-5
CNPN-4
CNPN-3
CNPN-2
CNPN-1
CNPN-15
CNLCD-14
CNPN-14
CNLCD-13
CNPN-13
CNLCD-12
CNPN-12
CNLCD-11
C
R7 100K
1
2
3
4
5
6
B
[4] Operation panel PWB circuit
A
N.M.
REC
D
N.M.
DELETE
N.M.
REPEAT
N.M.
PLAY
D
DG
FRSNS
ORGSNS
START
COPY
STOP
UP
E
FRSNS
ORGSNS
E
CNPN-9
CNPN-8
0
8
5
2
#
9
6
3
F
F
SPEAKER
HOLD
REDAIAL
SPEED
CNPN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
G
KEN4
KEN3
KEN2
KEN1
DG
DG
+5V
ORGSNS
FRSNS
E
SEN4
SEN0
SEN1
SEN2
SEN3
(FO-730/NX-530)
07
05
03
08
06
04
02
05
04
01
03
01
02
G
7
4
1
(UX-310)
H
CNLCD
1
GND
2
+5V
3
VO
RS
4
5
R/W
6
E
7
N.C.
N.C.
8
9
N.C.
10
N.C.
LD4
11
LD5
12
LD6
13
LD7
14
H
I
I
1
2
3
4
5
6
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART
[1] Protocol
Transmitter side
(Document inserted into
document sensor during
standby)
Receive side
G3 communication
CED
To recording
position
CED
NSF
NSF
CSI
CSI
DIS
DIS
TSI
Document inserted to
the reading position
TSI
(DCS)
NSS
NSS
(DCS)
TCF
TCF
CFR
IMAGE
SIGNAL
IMAGE
SIGNAL
CFR
1st page
RTC
RTC
Next page insert
command
Cut line printed
MPS
MPS
MCF
IMAGE
SIGNAL
IMAGE
SIGNAL
MCF
RTC
RTC
EOP
EOP
Cut line printed
MCF
MCF
DCN
DCN
Recording papor ejected
7–1
Document ejected
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[2] Power on sequence
START
CPU initialized
MODEM initialized
“WAIT A MOMENT” display
STOP key ?
NO
“MEMORY CLEAR ?” display
NO
3 sec ?
YES
1
YES
STAND-BY
START key ?
NO
2
YES
COPY key ?
1
2
“MEMORY CLEARED” display
“MEMORY CLEARED” display
Memory clear
Memory clear
STAND-BY
PROCESS CHECK MODE
NO
YES
STOP key ?
NO
3 sec ?
NO
YES
STAND-BY
7–2
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
CHAPTER 8. OTHERS
[1] Service tools
1. List
NO.
PARTS CODE
1
CPWBS3002SCS1
Extension board unit (Control PWB)
1
PRICE
RANK
BK
2
3
CPWBF3003SCS1
PSHEZ3354SCZZ
Extension board unit (TEL/LIU PWB)
Shading wave memory standard paper
1
1
BP
AD
Q’TY
PRICE
RANK
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
Extension board unit
TEL/LIU PWB
J6
J5
(GND)
P-E
K
A
C
E
K
A
C
E
TP2
P-E
R20
TP3
P-IN
J13
(+5V)
P-IN
CNLIU
1
14
PI1
1
CNLIUA
14
E
C
A
K
RBNSNS
R221
(BOTTOM SIDE)
DRSNS
CONTROL PWB
NO.
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
1
CCNW–4756SC01
SPEAKER RELAY CABLE
1
AK
2
CCNW–4757SC01
PANEL RELAY CABLE
1
AW
3
CCNW–4758SC01
CIS RELAY CABLE
1
AQ
4
CCNW–4759SC01
HEAD RELAY CABLE
1
AX
5
CCNW–4760SC01
CAM SWITCH RELAY CABLE
1
AK
6
CCNW–4763SC01
MOTOR RELAY CABLE
1
AP
7
QCNW–4969SCZZ
PAPER SENSOR RELAY CABLE
1
BF
8
VRS–TS2AD221J
RESISTOR (1/10W 220Ω ±5%)[R221]
1
AA
AG
9
V H P S G 2 0 6 S / / –1
PHOTO TRANSISTOR [PI1]
1
10
QSW–M2259XHZZ
COVER SWITCH [SW1]
1
AF
11
QCNCM2575SC1D
CONNECTOR (14PIN)[CNLIUA]
1
AC
12
VRD –HT2EY101J
RESISTOR (1/4W 100Ω ±5%)[R20]
1
AA
13
V H P S G 2 0 6 S / / –1
PHOTO TRANSISTOR [P-IN]
1
AG
14
V H P S G 2 0 6 S / / –1
PHOTO TRANSISTOR [P-E]
1
AG
15
QCNCW2509SC1D
CONNECTOR (14PIN)[14PIN]
1
AF
8–1
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
2. Description
2-1. Relay board unit
1. Remove the TEL/LIU PWB, control PWB and Power Supply PWB
from this unit, and mount the relay board unit instead.
•
Before connecting the wiring to the relay board unit, set the test
PWB switches to the fixed position.
2. The setting is as follows.
• The relay cables are used as one pair.
• The cover swich and hook switch are manually operated.
Relay
cable
1
CNLIUA
14
1
CNLIUB
6
CNLIUA
CNLIUB
CN1
CNPW
The recording paper sensor (P-E) and the hook switch are operated by
OR of the mechanical unit switch and the test PWB switch. When
performing installation in the machine unit, set the test PWB switches to
the fixed position.
CHECK
TEL/LIU
PWB
Mechanical unit
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
Recording paper
sensor
ON/OFF operation
OFF (Photo interrupter
is interrupted.)
Hook SW
ON/OFF operation
ON-HOOK
PWB sensor check
CHECK
CONTROL
PWB
Recording paper
sensor
OFF
ON/OFF operation
Hook SW
ON-HOOK
ON/OFF operation
* Recording paper: ON
No recording paper: OFF
NOTE
CHECK
CONTROL
PWB
DON'T SEPARATE
CHECK
TEL/LIU
PWB
UNIT
RELAY CABLE
POWER
SUPPLY
PWB
PAPER SNSOR RELAY CABLE (QCNW-4969SCZZ)
TO
EXTENSION
PWB
+5V(J13) (TEL/LIU)
DG(J5)
(TEL/LIU)
P-E(TP2) (TEL/LIU)
P-IN(TP3) (TEL/LIU)
RBNSNS (CONTROL)
DRSNS (CONTROL)
PWB to be tested
Actual operation with mechanical unit
WHITE
BLACK
BROWN
RED
ORANGE
TO
CHECK
PWB
YELLOW
8–2
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
3. Shading paper
The white and black basis is applied to remember the shading waveform. Be sure to perform this operation when replacing the battery or
replacing the control PWB. Execute in the shading mode of DIAG mode.
UX-300 SERIES SHADING WAVE MEMORY STANDARD PAPER (PSHEZ3354SCZZ)
8–3
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
[2] IC signal name
CONTROL PWB UNIT
IC5: VHiULN2003AN/ (ULN2003ANS)
IC2: VHiW24010S7LE (W24010S-70LE)
1C 2C 3C 4C 5C 6C 7C COM
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1B 2B 3B 4B 5B 6B 7B
(TOP VIEW)
8
E
N.C.
1
32 VDD
A16
2
31 A15
A14
3
30 CS2
A12
4
29 WE
A7
5
28 A13
A6
6
27 A8
A5
7
26 A9
A4
8
25 A11
A3
9
24 OE
A2 10
23 A10
A1 11
22 CS1
Pin name
Signal
Address input
A0 12
21 IO8
A0~A16
CS1/CS2
IO1 13
20 IO7
IO2 14
19 IO6
Write enable
OE
Write enable
I/O1~I/O8
IC7: VHiTC74HCU04F(TC74HCU04F)
VCC
14
6A
13
6Y
12
5A
11
5Y
10
IO3 15
18 IO5
VSS 16
17 IO4
2
1Y
3
2A
4
2Y
5
3A
Data I/O
VDD
Power source
VSS
Ground
IC11: VHiHCF4053M1T (HCF4053B)
4A
9
4Y
8
6
Controls
1
1A
Chip enable
WE
6
3Y
7
GND
Switches
In/Out
Inhibit
11
A
10
B
9
C
12
X0
13
X1
2
Y0
1
Y1
5
Z0
3
Z1
X
14
Y
15
Z
4
VDD: Pin 16
VSS: Pin 8
VEE: Pin7
8–4
Common
Out/In
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
IC12: VHiNJM2902M-1 (NJM2902M)
IC4: VHi27C20012MX (27C020)
EP-ROM
(TOP VIEW)
1
32 VCC
A16 2
31 PGM
A15
30 A17
VPP
A OUTPUT
A-INPUT
A+INPUT
1
2
14 D OUTPUT
A
– +
D
+ –
3
B+INPUT
B-INPUT
B OUTPUT
A12
4
29 A14
A7
5
28 A13
A6
6
27 A8
– +
B
+ –
C
9
2
GND
Output enable
GND
Ground
PGM
Program
A4
8
25 A11
A3
9
24 OE
D0~D7
Data output (Program input)
VCC
+5V power
VPP
+12.5V power(*)
(*) Only in the program mode
8
5
3
4
A2 10
23 A10
A1 11
22 E
A0 12
21 D7
D0 13
20 D6
D1 14
19 D5
D2 15
18 D4
GND 16
17 D3
C-INPUT
C OUTPUT
IC8: VHiPST596CMT1 (PST596CNR)
SUB
Chip enable
10 C+INPUT
7
1
26 A9
7
11 GND
5
M/R
E
Signal
Address input
12 D+INPUT
4
6
A0~A17
OE
A5
V+
3
13 D-INPUT
Pin name
VCC
VOUT
IC10: VHiMC34119DR2 (MC34119)
CD
1
8
VO2
FC2
2
7
GND
FC1
3
6
VCC
VIN
4
5
VO1
(TOP VIEW)
(TOP VIEW)
8–5
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
81 0VD2
82 DCLK
83 EYESYNC
84 EYECLKX
85 EYECLK
86 EYEX
87 ADIN
88 DAOUT
89 0VD2
90 EYEY
91 GP21
92 0VD2
93 GP20
94 GP19
95 RXD
96 RLSDn
97 0VD2
98 RCVO
99 SWGAINO
100
GP02
IC6: VHiR96CiDFC1M (R96DFXL-CID)
74 SYNCIN2(G2XCLK)
D7
8
73 DCLKI(IRQ2n)
D6
9
72 +5VD1
D5
10
71 YCLK
D4
11
70 XCLK
D3
12
69 XTLO
D2
13
68 XTLI
D1
14
67 PORin
D0
15
66 0VD2
0VD2
16
65 EN85n
0VA
17
64 RTSn
RAMPIN
18
63 GP11
NC
19
62 SEE NOTE 1
NC
20
61 GP13
0VA
21
60 RS0
+5VD2
22
59 RS1
0VD1
23
58 RS2
SWGAINI
24
57 RS3
ECLKIN1
25
56 RS4
SYNCIN1
26
55 READn
NC
27
54 CSn
NC
28
53 WRITEn
NC
29
52 IRQn
0VA
30
51 NC
8–6
0VD1 50
7
AOUT 49
0VD2
AGD 48
75 GP16
0VA 47
6
+5VA 46
0VD2
RXIN 45
76 GP17
TXOUT 44
5
0VA 43
GP07
NC 42
77 0VD2
NC 41
4
TXLOSS1 40
GP06
TXLOSS2 39
78 CTSn
TXLOSS3 38
3
RCVI 37
GP05
BYPASS 36
79 TXD
ADOUT 35
2
DAIN 34
GP04
NC 33
80 0VD2
NC 32
1
NC 31
GP03
UX-310DE
FO-730DE/NX-530DE
109 DWRN
110 CAS2N
111 CAS1N
113 RASN
112 CAS0N
114 VDRAM
115 PM3/GPO3
116 PM2/GPO2
118 PM0/GPO0
117 PM1/GPO1
119 TONE
120 ROMCSN
121 MCSN
122 CS1N
123 VDD
124 REGDMA
125 WAITN
126 SYNC
127 WRN
128 RDN
129 DEBUGN
130 TSTCLK
131 RESETN
132 VSS
133 SYSCLK
134 VSS
135 MIRQN
136 D7
137 D6
138 D5
139 D4
140 VDD
141 D3
142 D2
143 D1
144 D0
IC9: VHiR96CiDFC1M (FC100M)
A23
1
108 VSS
A22
2
107 NC
A21
3
106 SM0/GPO4
A20
4
105 SM1/GPO5
A19
5
104 SM2/GPO6
A18
6
103 SM3/GPO7
VSS
7
102 VDD
A17
8
101 START
A16
9
100 CLK1
A15
10
99
A14
11
98
CLK2
A13
12
97
VIDCTL1
VIDCTL0
CLK1N
A12
13
96
VDD
14
95 VSS
33
76 GPIO16/IRQ8
STRB2
34
75 GPIO17/IRQ5N
STRB1
35
74 GPIO18/IRQ10N
STRB0
36
73 GPIO19/RDY/SEROUT
8–7
ADGD 72
77 GPIO15/CS5N
STRB3
ADVA 70
32
ADVD 71
78 GPIO14/CS4N/RXD
VDD
ADGA 69
31
+VREF 68
79 GPIO13/CS3N/TXD
PLAT
VIN 67
30
THADI 65
80 GPIO12/CS2N/SCLK
PDAT
–VREF 66
29
VSS 64
81 VDD
PCLK/DMAACK
VBAT 63
28
PWRDWNN 62
82 GPIO [11]/BE/SERINP
VSS
BATRSTN 61
27
XOUT 60
83 GPIO10/VDC2
A0
XIN 59
26
TEST 58
84 GPIO9/VDC1
A1
CS0N 57
25
VSS 56
85 GPIO8/VDC0
A2
LEDCTL 55
24
VCDCS 54
86 GPIO7/VID7
A3
VSS 53
23
OPI0 52
87 GPIO6/VID6
A4
OPI1 51
22
OPI2 50
88 VSS
A5
OPI3 49
21
VDD 48
89 GPIO5/VID5
VSS
OPO0 47
20
OPO1 46
90 GPIO4/VID4
A6
VSS 45
19
OPO2 44
91 GPIO3/VID3
A7
OPO3 43
18
OPO4 42
92 GPIO2/VID2
A8
VDD 41
17
OPO5 40
93 GPIO1/VID1
A9
OPO6 39
94 GPIO0/VID0
16
OPO7 38
15
STRBPOL/DMARQ 37
A11
A10