DOT MATRIX PRINTER
LC-8521
TECHNICAL MANUAL
[ THIRD EDITION ]
NOTICE
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© Copyright 1997 Star Micronics Co.,Ltd.
INTRODUCTION
This manual describes the LC-8521 dot matrix printer.
It is designed for use as a reference for periodic inspections and maintenance procedures to be executed by
service personnel. It is not intended for the general user. Users of this manual should have a basic knowledge
and understanding of the English language.
• This manual is divided into the following sections:
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
• First edition
General Specifications
Theory of Operation
Adjustments
Parts Replacement
Maintenance and Lubrication
Troubleshooting
Parts List
: Mar. 1997
Second edition : Aug. 1997
Third edition
: Nov. 1998
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CHAPTER 1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.
General Spaecifications ........................................................................................3
2.
External Appearance and Composition ..............................................................5
3.
Control Panel .........................................................................................................7
4.
5.
6.
7.
3-1.
Switch Combination Functions ............................................................................. 7
3-2.
EDS Mode Settings ................................................................................................. 8
Parallel Interface.................................................................................................. 10
4-1.
General Specifications ......................................................................................... 10
4-2.
Connector Signals ................................................................................................ 10
Serial Interface ..................................................................................................... 11
5-1.
General Specifications ......................................................................................... 11
5-2.
Connector Signals and Functional Descriptions............................................... 11
Serial Interface - SPC-8K (Option) .....................................................................12
6-1.
General Specifications ......................................................................................... 12
6-2.
Connector Signals and Functional Descriptions............................................... 12
6-3.
DIP Switch Settings .............................................................................................. 13
EE-PROM Mode ................................................................................................... 14
7-1.
Outline ................................................................................................................... 14
7-2.
Explanation of Special Control Codes ................................................................ 14
7-3.
EE-PROM Map ....................................................................................................... 15
7-4.
Rewriting the EE-PROM ....................................................................................... 19
1
–2–
1.
General Specifications
Printing System
Serial Impact Dot-Matrix
Printing Speed
Pitch
HS-Draft (cps/dpi) Draft (cps/dpi) LQ (cps/dpi)
Pica (10 cpi)
400/80H
300/120H
100/360H
Elite (12 cpi)
360/120H
120/360H
Semi-condensed (15 cpi (S))
450/120H
150/360H
Semi-condensed (15 cpi (I))
212/240H
150/360H
Condensed pica (17 cpi)
242/240H
171/360H
Condensed elite (20 cpi)
283/240H
200/360H
24 cpi (I)
340/240H
240/360H
H: half-dot
(S): Standard mode only
(I): IBM mode only
Draft:
Bi-directional logic seeking
LQ:
Bi-directional logic seeking
Bit-Image:
Uni-directional/bi-directional logic seeking (selectable)
Number of pins:
24
Life:
200 million dots/pin (adjustment lever position 1 to 3)
100 million dots/pin (adjustment lever position 4 to 8)
1/6″, 1/8″
7/60″, 7/72″, n/72″, n/180″, n/216″, n/360″: software
Pitch
HS-Draft
Draft
LQ
Pica (10 cpi)
24×7Η
24 × 9H
24 × 31H
Elite (12 cpi)
24 × 9H
24 × 27H
Semi-condensed (15 cpi(S))
16 × 7H
16 × 21H
Semi-condensed (15 cpi(I))
24 × 9H
24 × 16H
Condensed pica (17 cpi)
24 × 9H
24 × 16H
Condensed elite (20 cpi)
24 × 9H
24 × 16H
24 cpi (I)
24 × 9H
24 × 14H
H: half-dot
(S): Standard mode only
(I): IBM mode only
Operating temperature: 41˚F to 95˚F (5˚C to 35˚C)
Storage temperature: -22˚F to 149˚F (-30˚C to 65˚C)
Operating humidity: 30% to 80% (noncondensing)
Storage humidity:
20% to 90% (noncondensing)
Cut-sheet
Paper width:
2″ to 16.5″ / 51 to 420 mm
Paper length:
2.75″ to 14″ / 70 to 356 mm
Paper weight (1-ply):
14 to 42 lbs / 52 to 156 g/m2 / 45 to 135 kg
Multi-part:
11 to 14 lbs / 40 to 52 g/m2 / 34 to 45 kg; pressure
sensitive paper
Total thickness: 0.014″/0.35mm
Copies:
Original + 4
Print Direction
Print Head
Line Spacing
Character Matrix
Environment
Paper
–3–
Fanfold
Paper width:
Paper length
Paper weight (1-ply):
Multi-part:
Ribbon Type
Ribbon Life
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Options
9.5"
Interface
Copies:
Labels
Backing sheet:
3″ to 16″ / 76 to 406mm
Thickness:
Backing sheet
0.0028″ to 0.0035″ / 0.07 to 0.09mm
Total thickness
0.0075″ / 0.19mm max.
Envelope
#10
9.4″ × 4.1″ / 240 × 104mm
#6
6.5″ × 3.6″ / 166 × 92mm
Standard Mode: EPSON ESC/P (24-pin)
NEC Graphic Compatible
IBM Mode: Proprinter XL24E
Standard:
Centronics parallel
RS-232C serial
On-carriage, dedicated
Monochrome: Black only
LZ24HD (Standard)
LZ24HD: 4million characters (ASCII Draft)
110V AC +20%/-18%, 230V AC +14%/-13%; 50/60Hz (depending on country of
purchase)
17W during stand-by
63W during ASCII draft printing
SPC-8K Serial-To-Parallel Converter
CT-15HA Push Tractor Unit
240mm
Emulation
3″ to 16″ / 76 to 406mm
6″ / 152mm(min.)
14 to 22 lbs / 52 to 82 g/m2 / 45 to 70 kg
11 to 14 lbs / 40 to 52 g/m2 / 34 to 45 kg; pressure
sensitive paper
Total thickness: 0.014″ / 0.35mm
Original + 4
650
m
25. m
6"
mm
333 1"
13.
Weight: 28.7lbs/13kg
Fig. 1-1 External dimensions
–4–
2.
External Appearance and Composition
Front cover
Adjustment lever
Release lever
Paper guide
Power switch
Document table
Control panel
Fig. 1-2 Front view of the Printer
Parallel Interface
connector
Serial Interface
connector
Fig. 1-3 Rear view of the Printer
–5–
Platen knob
Ribbon Cartridge
Gap Adjustment assy
Paper Feed Roller
Print Head
Platen
Fig. 1-4 Front cover removed
Tractor
Carriage
Paper Feed Motor
Carriage Motor
Ribbon Holder
Printer Mechanism
Power Supply Unit
Main Logic Board
Control Panel Board
Fig. 1-5 Diagram of internal layout
–6–
3.
Control Panel
3-1. Switch Combination Functions
POWER
HS-DRAFT
DRAFT
ROMAN
SANSERIF
COURIER
PRESTIGE
ORATOR
BANK
SW
A1
D4
10 CPI
12 CPI
15 CPI
B2
E5
COND
C3
F6
PROP
PARK
PAPER
SET/EJECT FEED
ON LINE
FONT
PITCH
BANK
SW
ON/OFF
EDS
PRINT
EXIT
Font Selection
Pitch Selection
Set/Eject/Park
Line Feed
On-Line
Panel Macro
Form Feed
Back ward
Forward
Micro Feed
Set TOF
Auto Loading Position Change Mode
Buffer Clear & All Reset
Quiet Mode
OFF-LINE
Tear off
Off-Line
ON-LINE
Font Lock
Multi-part Mode
Pitch Lock
Long Test
Font & Pitch Lock
Short Test
Hex Dump Mode
EDS-2 Mode
EDS-1 Mode
Dot-Adjustment Mode
Aging mode
Test
EEPROM Data Initialize
Bank
Switch
On/Off
Left
Right
Next
Paper Loading
Back ward
POWER-ON
Print
Exit
Exit
Forward
EDS MODE
DOT-ADJUSTMENT MODE
Cancel
Set
Save
Factory settings
AUTO LOADING POSITION CHANGE MODE
–7–
3-2. EDS Mode Settings
(EDS - 1)
Bank
Switch
A
1
2
3
4
5,6
B
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
1, 2
3,4,5
D
E
F
6
1,2,3,4
5
6
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Function
ON
Emulation
Character Table (CT) Standard / EPSON mode
IBM mode
RAM usage
Paper Out Detector
Multi-part mode
* Auto selectable
ON
Multi-part mode
OFF
Graphics Direction
Auto Tear-off (Long)
Line Spacing
Auto LF with CR
Zero Style
Strobe Timing
Print Mode
* LQ
ON
Draft
OFF
Print Pitch
* 10cpi
ON ON
12cpi
OFF ON
15cpi
ON OFF
Quiet
Page Length
* 11″/Letter
ON ON ON
8″
OFF ON ON
11.7″/A4
ON OFF ON
12″
OFF OFF ON
8.5″/Letter
ON ON OFF
Eject direction for cut sheet
Skew sensor for cut sheet
Code Page (CT=Graphics, IBM #1, #2)
* #437
ON ON ON ON ON
#850
OFF ON ON ON ON
#860
ON OFF ON ON ON
#861
OFF OFF ON ON ON
#863
ON ON OFF ON ON
#865
OFF ON OFF ON ON
#866
ON OFF OFF ON ON
#3840
OFF OFF OFF ON ON
#3841
ON ON ON OFF ON
#3843
OFF ON ON OFF ON
#3844
ON OFF ON OFF ON
#3845
OFF OFF ON OFF ON
#3846
ON ON OFF OFF ON
#3847
OFF ON OFF OFF ON
#3848
ON OFF OFF OFF ON
#852
OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
#1001
ON ON ON ON OFF
#737
OFF ON ON ON OFF
#851
ON OFF ON ON OFF
International Character Set (CT=Italics)
U.S.A.
ON ON ON ON ON
France
OFF ON ON ON ON
Germany
ON OFF ON ON ON
England
OFF OFF ON ON ON
Denmark-1 ON ON OFF ON ON
Sweden
OFF ON OFF ON ON
Italy
ON OFF OFF ON ON
Spain-1
OFF OFF OFF ON ON
LQ Font Selection
* Roman
ON ON ON ON ON
Sanserif
OFF ON ON ON ON
Courier
ON OFF ON ON ON
OFF
*Standard / EPSON
*Graphics
IBM #2
*Input Buffer
*Enabled
IBM
Italics
IBM #1
Download Buffer
Disabled
ON
Normal mode
ON
*Bi-directional
*Disabled
*1/6″
*Disabled
*Normal
*Normal
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Uni-directional
Enabled
1/8″
Enabled
Slashed
Reveres
HS-Draft
ON
ON
17cpi
ON
20cpi
ON
Proportional
*Disabled
Enabled
ON
14″/Legal
ON
10.5″/Executive
ON
7.25″/Executive
ON
3.5″
ON
5.5″
*Front
*Disabled
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Rear
Enabled
OFF
OFF OFF ON
ON ON OFF
OFF ON OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
#869
#928
#2001
#772
#774
#3001
#3002
#3011
#3012
#3021
#3031
#3041
#3850
#3860
#3861
#3863
#3864
#3865
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Japan
Norway
Denmark-2
Spain-2
Latin America
Korea
Ireland
Legal
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Prestige
OCR B
Orator
OFF OFF ON ON
OFF ON OFF ON
OFF OFF OFF ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
*: Default setting
–8–
(EDS - 2)
Bank
Switch
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
B
4
5,6
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
ON
Data bits
Parity check
Parity
Protocol
(Not used)
(Not used)
Baud rate
*8 bits
*Disabled
*Odd
*DTR
--------------1
2
3
(Not used)
Waiting period for Paper loading
* 2.0
1.5
Top margin for cut sheet
Top margin for Fanfold paper (Rear)
Top margin for Fanfold paper (Front)
Bottom margin for Cut sheet
Bottom margin for Fanfold paper (Rear)
Bottom margin for Fanfold paper (Front)
OFF
7 bits
Enabled
Even
XON / XOFF
---------------
----- 19200 *9600 4800 2400
ON OFF ON
OFF ON
ON ON
OFF OFF ON
ON ON
ON
ON OFF
-------ON ON
1.0
OFF ON
0.5
*1/6″
*1/6″
*1/6″
*1/6″
*1/6″
*1/6″
1200
OFF
ON
OFF
600
ON
OFF
OFF
300
OFF
OFF
OFF
-------ON OFF
OFF OFF
0″
0″
0″
0″
0″
0″
*: Default settings
–9–
4.
Parallel Interface
4-1. General Specifications
Item
Interface
Synchronization System
I/F Protocol
Logic Level
Specifications
Centronics-compatible
Via externally supplied STROBE pulse
Using ACK and BUSY signals
Compatible with TTL level
ACK
4µs
t
4µs
t
t
t
Data
STROBE
(EDS B-6 : ON)
STROBE
(EDS B-6 : OFF)
BUSY
t : More than 0.5µs
Fig. 1-6 Timing Charts for Parallel Interface
4-2. Connector Signals
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19~30
31
32
33
34~35
36
Name
STROBE
DATA0
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
ACK
BUSY
PAPER
SELECT
AFXT
SIGNAL GND
CHASSIS
+5V
GND
RESET
ERROR
EXT GND
SELECT IN
Function
Goes low for ≥ 0.5µs when active.
These signals represent information for the 1st through 8th bit of
parallel data, respectively. Each signal is HIGH when data is logical 1,
and LOW when logical 0.
10µs low to acknowledge receipt of data.
Printer sets line low when ready to receive data.
High when paper runs out.
High when printer is on-line.
Printer ignores this signal.
Not used.
Signal ground
Chassis ground (isolated from signal ground)
+5V DC output from printer
Twisted pair ground return
Printer is reset when this signal goes low.
Low when printing cannot continue due to error.
External ground
Not used
Printer ignores this signal.
– 10 –
5.
Serial Interface
When using the serial interface, the optional Serial-Parallel Converter must be connected to the printer.
5-1. General Specifications
Item
Interface
Synchronization System
Baud rate
Word length
Start bit:
Data bit:
Parity bit:
Stop bit:
Signal polarity
Mark:
Space:
Handshaking
Specifications
RS-232C level
Asynchronous
300 - 19,200 bits per second (BPS) [selectable]
300, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 BPS
1 bit
7 or 8 bits (selectable)
Odd, Even or None (selectable)
More than 1 bit length
Logic ″1″ (–3V to –15V)
Logic ″0″ (+3V to +15V)
DTR
XON/XOFF
5-2. Connector Signal and Functional Descriptions
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8-10
11
12
13
14-19
20
21-25
Name
CHASSIS
TXD
RXD
RTS
CTS
GND
RCH
DTR
Function
Printer chassis ground
Data from printer
Data to printer
Always space
Space when computer is ready to send data. Printer ignores this signal.
Not used.
Signal ground
Not used.
Printer sets line to space when ready to receive data. Same signal as pin 20.
Not used.
Not used. (single ground)
Not used.
Printer sets line to space when ready to receive data.
Not used.
– 11 –
6.
Serial Interface - SPC-8K (Option)
When using the serial interface, the optional Serial-Parallel Converter must be connected to the printer.
6-1. General Specifications
Item
Interface
Synchronization System
Baud rate
Word length
Start bit:
Data bit:
Parity bit:
Stop bit:
Signal polarity
Mark:
Space:
Handshaking
Specifications
RS-232C level
Asynchronous
150 - 19,200 bits per second (BPS) [selectable]
150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 BPS
1 bit
7 or 8 bits (selectable)
Odd, Even or None (selectable)
More than 1 bit length
Logic ″1″ (–3V to –15V)
Logic ″0″ (+3V to +15V)
DTR
XON/XOFF
ETX/ACK
8KB (standard)
Data buffer
6-2. Connector Signal and Functional Descriptions
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Signal name
GND
TXD
RXD
RTS
Direction
—
OUT
IN
OUT
5
CTS
—
6
7
8~10
NC
GND
NC
—
11
RCH
OUT
12~19
20
21~25
NC
DTR
NC
OUT
Function
Printer chassis ground.
This pin carries data from the printer.
This pin carries data to the printer.
Always space.
This signal is space when the computer is ready to send data.
The printer does not check this pin.
Unused.
Signal ground.
Unused.
The printer sets this signal to space when it is ready to receive data.
This line carries the same signal as pin 20.
Unused.
The printer sets this signal to space when it is ready to receive data.
Unused.
– 12 –
6-3. DIP Switch Settings
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
8 data bits
No parity
OFF
7 data bits
Parity checked
Handshaking protocols – see table below
Odd parity
Even parity
Data transfer rate – see table below
All switches are set to ON before the printer leaves the factory.
Protocol
DTR mode
XON/XOFF mode
ETX/ACK mode
Baud rate
150
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
Switch 6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
– 13 –
Switch 3
ON
ON
OFF
Switch 4
ON
OFF
ON
Switch 7
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Switch 8
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
7.
EE-PROM mode
7-1. Outline
These settings can be changed in the EE-PROM mode by writing data directly to the EE-PROM on the main logic board:
Setting EE-PROM mode
• Send <ESC><SUB>(09)H command.
Canceling EE-PROM mode
• Initialize the printer by sending <ESC>@
7-2. Explanation of special control codes
<ESC>@
Exits printer from EE-PROM mode and initializes the printer.
<ESC>M@
Returns all data in the EE-PROM to the factory settings. After the buffer is cleared, the buzzer sounds. If
the printer is powered off before the buzzer sounds, all data in the buffer is not cleared.
If all data is not cleared from the buffer, operation is not guaranteed. Be sure to allow the buzzer
to sound before you turn the printer off!
<ESC>MWn
Code
<ESC>MW0 <data>
<ESC>MW1nm
<ESC>MW2<data>
Function
Stores data into entire area of EE-PROM.
Stores data (m) into the address (n)
Stores auto-start software data into
EE-PROM.
Address Capacity
00H-7FH 128bytes
nH
1 byte
43H-60H 30bytes
61H-7DH 29bytes
• The data (m) used in the commands above are stored in the specified address in order (n).
• When the data to be stored exceeds the specified capacity, subsequent data are ignored.
• Data are stored in the EE-PROM according to the memory map. (See section 3. EDS mode setting and
6-3. EE-PROM Map.)
• After all data are stored, a beep indicates the completion of storage.
• If the printer is powered off during data storage, data stored before power off are valid, but subsequent
operation of the printer is not guaranteed.
Do not power off the printer while data is being stored!
<ESC>MR Dumps all data in the EE-PROM to a hard copy.
For an example of using these control codes, see section 7-4. For the corresponding EE-PROM addresses, see the
EE-PROM memory map in section 3-2. EDS mode setting and 7-3. EE-PROM Map.
– 14 –
7-3. EE-PROM Map
Address
00H
Function
EDS setting
FFH
Bit Function
b0 Emulation
Character Table
b1 Standard / EPSON mode
IBM mode
b2 RAM Usage
b3 Paper out Detector
Multi-part mode
Function
b4
Auto selectable
1
Multi-part mode
0
Normal mode
1
01H
1
Graphics
IBM #2
Input Buffer
Enabled
Italics
IBM #1
Download Buffer
Disabled
b5
1
1
0
FFH
Function
Graphics Direction
Tear-off
Line Spacing
Auto LF with CR
Zero Style
Strobe Timing
1
Bi-directional
Disabled
1/6″
Disabled
Normal
Normal
0
Uni-directional
Enabled
1/8″
Enabled
Slashed
Reverse
EDS setting
FFH
Print Mode
Function
b0
LQ
1
Draft
0
HS-Draft
1
Print Pitch
Function
b2
10cpi
1
12cpi
0
15cpi
1
17cpi
0
20cpi
1
Proportional 0
b1
1
1
0
Bit Function
b5 Quiet
03H
0
STANDARD/EPSON IBM
EDS setting
Bit
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
02H
Factory data
1
Disabled
b3
1
1
0
0
1
1
b4
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
Enabled
EDS setting
FFH
Page Length
Function
11″/Letter
8″
11.7″/A4
12″
8.5″/Letter
b0
1
0
1
0
1
b1
1
1
0
0
1
b2
1
1
1
1
0
b3
1
1
1
1
1
Function
14″/Legal
10.5″/Executive
7.25″/Executive
3.5″
5.5″
– 15 –
b0
0
1
0
1
0
b1
1
0
0
1
1
b2
0
0
0
1
1
b3
1
1
1
0
0
03H
EDS setting
FFH
Bit Function
b4 Eject direction for cut sheet
b5 Skew sensor for cut sheet
04H
1
Front
Disabled
0
Rear
Enabled
EDS setting
IBM Code Page (Character Table=Graphics, IBM#1, #2)
Function
#437
#850
#860
#861
#863
#865
#866
#3840
#3841
#3843
#3844
#3845
#3846
#3847
#3848
#852
#1001
#737
#851
b0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
b1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
b2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
b3 b4 b5
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
Function
#869
#928
#2001
#772
#774
#3001
#3002
#3011
#3012
#3021
#3031
#3041
#3850
#3860
#3861
#3863
#3864
#3865
FFH
b0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
b1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
b2
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
b3 b4 b5
1 0 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
1 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
b0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
b1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
b2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
b3 b4 b5
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 1 1
International Character Set (Character Table=Italics)
Function
U.S.A.
France
Germany
England
Denmark-1
Sweden
Italy
Spain-1
05H
b1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
b2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
b3 b4 b5
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
Function
Japan
Norway
Denmark-2
Spain-2
Latin America
Korea
Ireland
Legal
EDS setting
LQ Font Selection
Function
Roman
Sanserif
Courier
06H
b0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
b0
1
0
1
FFH
b1
1
1
0
b2
1
1
1
b3 b4 b5
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
Function
Prestige
OCR B
Orator
b0
0
0
0
b1
0
1
0
b2
1
0
0
EDS setting
Bit
b0
b1
b2
b3
Function
Data bits
Parity check
Parity
Protocol
b3 b4 b5
1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1
FFH
1
8bits
Disabled
Odd
DTR
– 16 –
0
7bits
Enabled
Even
XON / XOFF
Address
07H
Function
Factory data
EDS setting
Baud rate
Function
19200
9600
4800
2400
FDH
b0
0
1
0
1
b1
1
0
0
1
b2
1
1
1
0
Function
1200
600
300
b0
0
1
0
b1
1
0
0
Function
1.0sec
0.5sec
b4
1
0
b5
0
0
b2
0
0
0
Waiting Period for Paper loding
Function
2.0sec
1.5sec
08H
b5
1
1
EDS setting
Bit
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
10H
11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
19H
1AH
1BH
1CH
1DH
1EH
1FH
20H
21H
22H
23H
b4
1
0
FFH
Function
Top margin for Cut sheet
Top margin for Fanfold paper (Pear)
Top margin for Fanfold paper (Front)
Bottom margin for Cut sheet
Bottom margin for Fanfold paper (Rear)
Bottom margin for Fanfold paper (Front)
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
Misalignment correction
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
normal
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
multi-part
half-dot
half-dot
half-dot
– 17 –
1
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
0
0″
0″
0″
0″
0″
0″
60DPI (F)
80DPI (H)
80DPI (F)
120 DPI (H) Text
120 DPI (H) Bit-image
120 DPI (F)
180 DPI (H)
180 DPI (F) Text
180 DPI (F) Bit-image
240 DPI (H)
360 DPI (H) Text
360 DPI (H) Bit-image
60 DPI (F)
80 DPI (H)
80 DPI (F)
120 DPI (H) Text
120 DPI (H) Bit-image
120 DPI (F)
180 DPI (H)
180 DPI (F) Text
180 DPI (F) Bit-image
240 DPI (H)
360 DPI (H) Text
360 DPI (H) Bit-image
------------80 DPI (H)
-------------
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
Address
24H
25H
26H
27H
28H
29H
2AH
2BH
2CH
2DH,2EH
2FH,30H
31H,32H
33H
34H
35H~38H
39H~3CH
3DH,3EH
3FH,40H
41H,42H
43H~60H
61H~7DH
7EH
7FH
Function
Misalignment correction half-dot
120 DPI (H) Text
Misalignment correction half-dot
120 DPI (H) Bit-image
Misalignment correction half-dot
------------Misalignment correction half-dot
180 DPI (H)
Misalignment correction half-dot
------------Misalignment correction half-dot
------------Misalignment correction half-dot
240 DPI (H)
Misalignment correction half-dot
360 DPI (H) Text
Misalignment correction half-dot
360 DPI (H) Bit-image
Top margin in auto-loading for rear tractor mode
Top margin in auto-loading for front tractor mode
Top margin in auto-loading for friction mode
Paper end sensor A/D value (for carriage)
Paper end sensor A.D value (for paper set)
Macro Set EPSON
Macro Set IBM
Tear off length (Short)
Tear - off length (Long)
Initial Condition area
Auto Start area EPSON
(30 byte)
Auto Start area IBM
(29 byte)
FF Control Code
(Space 00H / Null 0FH)
Check code
– 18 –
Factory data
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
80H
00H, 00H
00H, 00H
00H, 00H
75H
75H
00H - 00H
00H - 00H
00H, 80H
00H, 80H
FFH, FFH
00H - 00H
00H - 00H
00H
10H
7-4. Rewriting the EE-PROM
Follow this procedure to rewrite the EE-PROM.
(1)
Turn the printer on.
(2)
Load a BASIC disk in the computer.
(3)
Turn the computer on.
(4)
Set a sheet of paper in the printer, and press the ON LINE switch.
(5)
Enter the program listed below and run the program.
10 LPRINT CHR$(27);CHR$(26);CHR$(&H09)
20 LPRINT CHR$(27);”MW1”;CHR$(&H01);CHR$(&HFB)
30 LPRINT CHR$(27);”MR”
BASIC Program Code
What It Does
10 LPRINT CHR$(27);CHR$(26);CHR$(&H09) Enters the EE-PROM mode.
20 LPRINT CHR$(27);″MW1″;
Starts rewriting the EE-PROM.
CHR$(&H01);
Address data from &H01 will show
EDS mode from the EE-PROM memory
map.
CHR$(&HFB)
Data from &HFB will change the Line
spacing from 1/6″ to 1/8″.
30 LPRINT CHR$(27);″MR″
Dumps all EE-PROM data to hexadecimal.
(6)
To complete the setting, turn the printer off.
– 19 –
– 20 –
CHAPTER 2
THEORY OF OPERATION
1.
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................... 23
2.
General Flow Chart (Main Logic Board) ............................................................24
3.
Power Supply Circuit .......................................................................................... 25
4.
Mechanisms .........................................................................................................26
4-1.
Print Head Mechanism ......................................................................................... 26
4-1-1. Character Mechanism ...................................................................................... 26
4-1-2. Print Wire Drive Operation ............................................................................... 26
4-2.
Print Head Carrying Mechanism ......................................................................... 27
4-3.
Ink Ribbon Feed Mechanism ............................................................................... 28
4-4.
Paper Feed Mechanism ........................................................................................ 29
4-5.
Detectors ............................................................................................................... 30
– 21 –
2
– 22 –
1.
Block Diagram
The block diagram of this printer is shown in Fig. 2-1.
Data (From Host Computer)
Print head
Parallel
interface
LED
Driver
Carriage
motor
Paper feed
motor
Gate array
Switch
Control
panel board
Masked ROM
8M
CPU
Detectors
UVE-PROM
1M
Power
supply unit
AC Power
EE-PROM
RAM
Main logic board
Printer
mechanism
Fig. 2-1 Block Diagram
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Main Logic Board
This board receives data from the host computer and stores it in the RAM in the order it arrives. The CPU on this
board reads the data from the RAM, and edits it according to the program stored in the ROM.
When editing is completed, various drive signals from the CPU are sent to the printer mechanism to perform
printing.
Explanation
• CPU TMP95C061BEF
Controls this printer.
• UVE-PROM 1M bit
Contains the program which executes control of the printer. UVE-PROM is not provided with some versions of the
software.
• Masked ROM 8M bit
Contains the character font.
• EE-PROM KM93C46 64 × 16 bits
Contains the data (EDS data and so on) in the memory switch.
• RAM 1M bit
Used as a stack area, work area and data buffer of the CPU.
• Parallel interface
• Gate array (custom IC)
Inputs/outputs several signals.
• Driver
The data edited by the CPU and gate array are sent to the printer mechanism after conversion to the signal for the
print head drive and motor drives.
Control panel board
Panel circuit for manual control of the printer.
Printer Mechanism
Consists of a print head, carriage motor, paper feed motor, and detectors.
Power Supply Unit
Converts AC power to 40VDC and 5VDC.
– 23 –
2.
General Flow Chart (Main Logic Board)
The flow chart below shows you the general flow of editing and printing operations.
Fig. 2-2 General Flow Chart of Editing and Printing
– 24 –
3.
Power Supply Circuit
A ringing choke converter type circuit is used with a dropper type circuit in the power supply unit, fulfilling the input and
output conditions described in the chart below.
Voltage Range
100 to 120VAC
220 to 240VAC
5 VDC ±5%
Input
Output
40 VDC ±5%
Input
100VAC
110VAC
220VAC
230VAC
240VAC
Noise filter
circuit
Max. Current Output
Service
2.5 A
1.3 A
0.3 A
For logic circuit
drive, for motor
holding.
For print head
3.3A
drive, for motor
drive.
In rush current
protection
circuit
Switching
section
(Transistor Q1)
Rectifier
circuit
Ringing choke
converter.
Voltage auto
select circuit
Output
40V DC
Dropper
circuit
Output
5V DC
PC1
Voltage
reference
Photo-Coupler
Fig. 2-3 Power Supply unit block diagram
– 25 –
Dropper
Ringing
choke
converter
Transformer T1
Control
circuit
Circuit Type
4.
Mechanism
4-1. Print Head Mechanism
4-1-1. Character Mechanism
The wiring arrangement of the guide section on the print head styles is depicted in Fig. 2-4. Odd- and even-numbered wires
are arranged it two columns. This is a result of the necessity for laying adjacent dots on top of one another.
Fig. 2-4 Wiring Arrangement
4-1-2. Print Wire Drive Operation
The print head consists of 24 needle wires and 24 print solenoids. The following explains how each needle wire
operates during printing.
(1) When the print solenoid is energized, the clapper is attracted by the iron core and the needle wire is driven toward
the platen.
(2) This needle wire hits the platen via the ink ribbon and paper. A single dot is printed on the paper.
(3) When the print solenoid is de-energized, the needle wire is returned to its original position by rebound energy and
spring and clapper holder (leaf spring) force.
Fig. 2-5 Outline of Print Head Mechanism
– 26 –
4-2. Print Head Carrying Mechanism
The print head carrying mechanism consists of a carriage, timing belt, carriage motor, and home position detector.
Carriage
The carriage is supported horizontally by the carriage stay and rear angle. The carriage moves from side to side with
the print head mounted above it. A timing belt is clamped to the base of the carriage and a shield plate is mounted
at the base for home position detection.
Timing Belt
The timing belt is suspended between the timing pulley of the carriage motor and the timing pulley of the tension
lever. The timing belt maintains a constant tension.
The timing belt is also clamped to the base of the carriage so that it can move the carriage accurately with driving
force from the carriage motor.
Carriage Motor
The carriage motor is a HB (Hybrid) 4-phase, 200-pole pulse motor driven by pulse signals from the control circuit.
The rotational rate depends on the number of pulses per unit time. By varying this rotational rate (carriage carrying
rate), the size of the horizontal letters can be changed in each print mode.
Home Position Detector
Carriage
Rear Angle
Carriage Motor
Carriage Stay
Print Head
Timing Belt
Fig. 2-6 Print Head Carrying Mechanism
– 27 –
4-3. Ink ribbon feed mechanism
The ink ribbon feed mechanism is linked to the print head carrying mechanism so the ink ribbon always winds
automatically in the same direction while the carriage moves left and right.
The movement of the carriage along the serrated edge of the rear angle of the printer mechanism drives the idler gear. The
rotation of the idler gear is conveyed sequentially to the gears that work and wind the ribbon. The carriage has a clutch
lever that keeps the direction of the cassette gear rotation constant, regardless of the direction of the idler gear rotation
as the carriage moves left and right.
Fig. 2-7 Ribbon feed mechanism
– 28 –
4-4. Paper Feed Mechanism
The turn of the paper feed motor is transmitted to the PF (Paper Feed) roller and tractor unit via the release lever, frontrear release arm, tractor clutch lever, clutch gear and change lever. The paper feed motor is a HB (Hy Brid) 4-phase and
96 pulse motor. The changing of the rotational direction depends on the detectors on Frame L.
There are threeways of feeding paper into the printer : the friction method, the tractor (front) method and tractor (rear)
method. You can select the method you want to use by setting the release lever.
[1]
[2]
Clotch gear (Left)
PF Roller (Front)
Tractor (Rear)
[3]
PF Roller (Rear)
Release Lever
Friction
Tractor (Front)
Clotch gear (Right)
Fig. 2-8 Paper Feed Mechanism
Release lever
Front release arm
Change lever
Clutch gear
Rear release arm
Detector [2]
Detector [1]
Tractor clutch lever
Fig. 2-9 Frame L
Position of release lever
Paper feeding method
Detector [1]
Detector [2]
Engaement of the clotch gear (Left)
Engaement of the clotch gear (Right)
Status of the PF roller and PF roller (Front)
Status of the PF roller and PF roller (Rear)
[1]
Tractor (Front)
OFF
ON
Not linked
linked
Not
Pressed
– 29 –
[2]
Friction
ON
ON
Not linked
Not linked
Pressed
Pressed
[3]
Tractor (Rear)
ON
OFF
linked
Not linked
Pressed
Not
4-5. Detectors
(1)
Print head temperature detectors
The A/D converter in the CPU detects the print head temperature at power on and before each line begins to print.
+5V
+5V
FB11
Thermistor
VREF
R1
P90/AND
R2
CPU
Fig. 2-10 Printer head temperature detector circuit
Control Method
Error stop (thermistor open)
Normal print
Unidirectional print
Print stop
(2)
Temperature
Bit-lmage °C
–
~100
100~130
Over130
Temperature
text°C
–
~120
120~130
Over 130
Print
Home position detector
A photo-interrupter is used in the home detector on the printer.
ON/OFF signals are generated according to the position of the carriage. (Shield plate mounted at the base of the
carriage.) The printing position is determined by these signals.
+5V
Detecting
signal
R1
R2
C1
+5V
R3
Fig. 2-11 Home position detector circuit
Output (V)
5
0
Decision
in home position (with shield plate)
not in home position (without shield plate)
– 30 –
(3)
Paper end detector (Front)
This detects the paper from the front of the printer. When paper is present, the photo transistor with the reflecting
type photo sensor goes on. As soon as paper runs out, this transistor goes off, outputting a paper empty signal.
+5V
VRef
R1
Paper
+5V
R2
AN
C1
R3
CPU
Fig. 2-12 Paper end detector (Front) circuit
(4)
Paper end detector (Rear)
A photo-interrupter is used in the paper end detector (rear) on the printer.
ON/OFF signals are generated as the paper end activates the paper detector lever mounted at the frame base.
+5V
R1
Detecting
signal
R2
C1
+5V
R3
Fig. 2-13 Paper end detector (Rear) circuit
Output (V)
0
5
(5)
Decision
Paper present
Not paper
Paper end detector (Carriage unit)
The paper end detector is located in the carriage unit. The A/D converter in the CPU detects the presence or absence
of paper.
VRef
+5V
R1
Paper
+5V
R2
AN
C1
R3
CPU
Fig. 2-14 Paper end detector (Carriage unit) circuit
– 31 –
(6)
Release lever position detector
The leaf switch is open when the release lever is in the friction position, and is closed in the tractor position.
+5V
R2
R1
Detecting
signal
Leaf switch
Fig. 2-15 Release lever position detector
Out put (V)
Front SW
5
0
0
(7)
Out put (V)
Rear SW
0
0
5
Paper feeding
method
Tractor (Front)
Friction
Tractor (Rear)
Adjust lever position detector
When the Adjust lever is set to or below position "3", the leaf switch becomes ON, as the Adjust lever is at "4" or
above, the leaf switch comes to OFF.
+5V
R2
R1
Detecting
signal
Fig. 2-16 Adjust lever position
Leaf switch
Fig. 2-17 Adjust lever position circuit
Control Method
Out put (V)
5
0
Adjust lever position
0~3
4~8
– 32 –
Print method
Normal mode
Multi-part mode
CHAPTER 3
ADJUSTMENTS
This printer has undergone various adjustments so that it will attain a given standard of performance.
In this chapter, a brief explanation is given of the methods for making adjustments.
Follow the instructions when performing maintenance inspections or when replacing parts to correct
malfunctions.
1.
Adjustment of Gap Between Print Head and Platen ........................................ 35
2.
Adjustment of Timing Belt Tension ................................................................... 36
3.
Adjustment of Paper end detector .....................................................................37
– 33 –
3
1.
Adjustment of Gap Between Print Head and Platen
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Remove the upper case unit and ribbon holder [1] according to the procedures described in chapter 4. (Fig. 3-1)
Install rear angle [2]. (Drive the screw tightly while pushing down rear angle.)
Set adjust lever [3] to the second position from the bottom. (Fig. 3-1)
Adjust the head gap at the specified left, right and center positions (three places [4]). (Fig. 3-2)
*Measure the gap between platen [4] and Print head [5] using a gauge [6]. (Fig. 3-3)
*Gap adjustment values : 0.30 to 0.35mm.
*Left, Right positions
: Use adjust bushing L, R [7] to adjust the gap. (Fig. 3-4)
*Center position
: Use gap adjustment assy [8] to adjust the gap. (Fig. 3-5)
*Adjust sequenc (six)
: Left → Right → Center → Left → Center → Right
Loosen rear angle [2]
Install the ribbon holder [1], rear angle [2] and upper case.
(5)
(6)
Adjust gear
Ajust lever [3]
Adjusting busing L [7]
Carriage unit
Rear angle [2]
Frame
(L)
Gap adjustemet assy [8]
(left)
Second
(center)
Roller angle unit
(right)
Frame
(R)
Adjusting busing R [7]
Adjust position
Ribbon holder [1]
Fig. 3-1 Mechanism
Fig. 3-2 Positioning the carriage unit
Frame holder unit
Print head [5]
gap
+
gap
–
+
–
Gauge [6]
Head gap
0.30~0.35mm
PF roller
Platen [4]
L
R
Rear angle assy
Fig. 3-3 Gap measurement
Fig. 3-4 Adjusting bushing
– 35 –
Fig. 3-5 Gap adjustment assy
2.
Adjustment of Timing Belt Tension
(1)
(2)
(3)
Remove the front case unit according to the procedures described in chapter 4.
Move the carriage unit [1] up to the extreme right position.
Move the screw [3] fixing tension lever assembly [2] approximately 1mm to loosen the tension, then tighten the
screw.
The timing belt tension [4] is determined by the spring [5].
Tension
lever assembly [2]
Carriage unit [1]
Timing blt [4]
Spring [5]
Screw [3]
Fig 3-6 Adjustment of timing belt tension
– 36 –
3.
Adjustment of Paper end detector
After replacing the paper-end detector, adjust the new detector as described here. First enter the dedicated command, then
flow chart below.(Fanfold paper (Front) only)
Dedicated command: <ESC> <SUB> (50)H n
Send command
Front Tractor ?
No
Yes
END
Paper Park
Enter paper-out value (A)
Loading fanfold paper
Enter paper-in value (B)
Find average (center value)
of (A) and (B)
No
Normal range
Yes
Print the new Paper end
detector A/D value.
massage (1)
Print the error message. (2)
Register the new Paper end
detector A/D value
Adjust ment error.
New value not recorded
END
END
(1)
″∗∗ FRONT PAPER END SENSOR : upper
″∗∗ CR
PAPER END SENSOR : upper
: lower
: lower
: OK
: OK
(2)
″∗∗ FRONT PAPER END SENSOR : upper
″∗∗ CR
PAPER END SENSOR : upper
: lower
: lower
: ERROR :
: ERROR :
– 37 –
∗∗″
∗∗″
:
:
× ×
× ×
∗∗″
∗∗″
– 38 –
CHAPTER 4
PARTS REPLACEMENT
This chapter explains disassembly and reassembly of the printer. Note the following regarding disassembly
and reassembly.
1. Disconnect the printer from the wall outlet before servicing it.
2. Assy is the reverse of disassembly unless otherwise specified.
3. After reassembly, coat the screw heads with locking sealant.
4. Lubrication information is not provided in this chapter. Refer to section 2 in chapter 5.
1.
Upper Case Unit .................................................................................................. 41
2.
Ribbon Holder ...................................................................................................... 41
3.
Printer Mechanism ..............................................................................................42
4.
Main Logic Board Unit ........................................................................................ 42
5.
Power Supply Unit ...............................................................................................43
6.
Fuse ...................................................................................................................... 43
7.
Carriage Motor Unit ............................................................................................. 44
8.
Print Head ............................................................................................................ 44
9.
Carriage Board Unit ............................................................................................ 45
10. Carriage Unit ........................................................................................................46
11. Roller Angle Unit ................................................................................................. 46
12. Frame Holder Unit ...............................................................................................47
13. Paper Feed Roller Unit ........................................................................................ 47
14. Paper Guide Unit ................................................................................................. 48
15. Platen Assy .......................................................................................................... 48
16. Paper Feed Motor Assy ......................................................................................49
17. Change Plate Assy ..............................................................................................49
– 39 –
4
1.
Upper Case Unit
[4]
(1)
(2)
(3)
Turn off the power switch.
Remove the power cord from the AC output socket.
Remove
• Platen knob unit [1]
• Rear cover [2]
• Sheet guide unit [3]
• Five screws [4]
• Upper case unit [5]
• Control panel board [6]
(1)
Remove
Upper case unit as described in section 1.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Move the carriage unit to the center.
Loosen two screws [1]
Lean the carriage unit to the rear angle assy [2].
Remove
• Ribbon hoder [3]
[2]
[5]
[4]
[1]
[3]
a
[6]
a
2.
Ribbon Holder
[1]
[2]
[1]
[3]
– 41 –
3.
Printer Mechanism
[2]
(1)
Remove
Upper case unit as described in section 1.
• Five screws [1]
• Two screws [2]
• Four connectors [3]
• Head cable [4]
• Printer mechanism [5]
(1)
Remove
Printer mechanism as described in section 3.
• Connector [1]
• Five screws [2]
• Main logic board unit [3]
[1]
[2]
[4]
[5]
[3]
4.
Main Logic Board Unit
[2]
a
[3]
[1]
a
– 42 –
5.
Power Supply Unit
(1)
Remove
Printer mechanism as described in section 3.
• Connector cable [1]
• Seven screws [2]
• Screw [3]
• Inlet holder [4]
• Switch holder [5]
• Power supply unit [6]
(1)
Remove
Printer mechanism as described in section 3.
• Fuse F1 [1]
Defective → Replace fuse as follows:
[2]
[4]
[2]
[3]
[5]
[2]
a [1]
[6]
a
6.
Fuse
[1]
AC voltage
Fuse Type
110V~240V
215 5A-250V
New fuse blown → Inspect circuit
– 43 –
7.
Carriage Mottor Unit
(1)
[8]
(2)
[1]
[2]
[7]
Remove
Upper case unit as described in section 1.
Loosen screw [1]
Remove
• Spring [2]
Set tension lever assy [8] in the unlocked position
• Four screws [3]
• Four collars [4]
• Timing belt [5]
• Spring [6]
• Carriage motor unit [7]
Note:
When assembling the carriage motor assy, the
tension lever assy [8] must be secured with the
screw [1] when the spring [2] is in place.
[5]
[3]
[6]
[4]
8.
Print Head
(1)
(2)
[2]
[3]
[1]
– 44 –
Remove
Upper case unit as described in section 1.
• Two screws [1]
• Head cable [2]
• Printer head [3]
WARNING
The print head gets hot after printing.
Do not touch it until it cools.
Adjust
• Gap between print head and platen. Refer to
section 1 of Chapter 3.
9.
Carriage Board unit
(1)
Remove
Printer head as described in section 8.
• Connector [1]
• Carriage board unit [2]
Release the hook [3]
Remove the head cables from the frame holder unit.
[3]
[2]
[1]
Note :
Fold the head cables according to the dimensions show below.
10 + 1
13.5+ 1
100 1+
0.5+ 0.5
10 + 1
0.5 + 0.5
18 + 1
100 + 1
572.5 + 1
Double-sided tape
0.5 +0.5
10 + 1
23 + 1
188+ 1
0.5 + 0.5
Cat size(Double-sided tape)
35 +1
188 + 1
566 + 1
Size: mm
– 45 –
10. Carriage Unit
(1)
Remove
Printer Mechanism as described in section 3.
Carriage Motor Unit as described in section 7.
• Stop ring [1]
• Timing belt [2]
• Two screws [3]
• Rear angle assy [4]
• Stop ring [6]
• Two ground pring [5]
• Adjust gear [7]
• Adjusting bushing L,R [8], [9]
Adjusting bushings L/R can be removed by turning them.
• Carriage unit [10]
Remove the head cables [11] from the frame
holder unit [12]
(1)
Remove
Upper case unit as described in section 1.
• Two Springs [1]
• Stop ring [2]
• Roller angle unit [3]
[4]
[6]
[8]
[1]
[7]
[3]
[5] [12]
[10]
[2]
[9]
[11]
[5]
Adjusting bushing
Side L
[8]
Side R
[9]
11. Roller Angle Unit
[1]
[2]
[1]
[3]
– 46 –
12. Frame Holder Unit
(1)
[5]
[4]
[1]
[7]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[9]
Remove
• Tractor unit [1]
Carriage motor unit [2] as described in section 7.
• Stop ring [3]
• Four roll pins [4]
• Three screws [5]
• Fastener [6]
• Detector unit [7]
• Frame holder unit [8]
Remove the head cable [9] frome Frame holder
unit [8].
Note:
Roll pins [4] should not be used again once they
have been removed. Always use new ones.
[2]
[6]
13. Paper Feed Roller Unit
(1)
[5]
[1] [2] [4]
[3]
[2]
– 47 –
Remove
• Carriage unit as described in section 10.
Frame holder unit as described in section 12.
• Spring [1]
• Two stop rings [2]
• Poly-slider [3]
• Gear [4]
• Paper feed roller unit [5]
14. Paper Guide Unit
(1)
[1]
[2]
[4]
[6]
[4]
Remove
Roller angle unit as described in section 11.
• Paper feed roller unit as described in section 13.
• Screw [1]
• Detector cover [2]
• Gear [3]
• Seventeen screws [4]
• Rom cover [5]
• Paper guide unit [6]
Note:
Gear [3] should not be used again once they have
been removed . Always use new ones.
[3]
[4]
[5]
15. Platen Assy
(1)
[7] [8]
[9]
(2)
(3)
[10]
[1] [2]
[3]
[5]
[5]
[4]
[6]
[5]
– 48 –
Remove
Paper guide unit as described in section 14.
• Stop ring [1]
• Adjust lever holder [2]
Move the adjust lever outward.
Remove
• Ground spring [4]
• Three stop rings [5]
• Gear [6]
• Bushing [7]
• Wave washer [8]
• Plain washer [9]
• Platen Assy [10]
16. Paper Feed Motor Assy
(1)
Remove
Paper guide unit as described in section 14.
• Stop ring [1]
• Two poly-sliders [2]
• Spring [3]
• Gear [4]
• Paper feed motor assy [5]
(1)
Remove
Paper guide unit as described in section 14.
• Stop ring [1]
• Gear [2]
• Two stop rings [3]
• Poly-Slider [4]
• Collar [5]
• Front release arm [6]
• rear release arm [7]
• Stop ring [8]
• Change lever [9]
• Gear [10]
• Change plate assy [11]
[6]
[4]
[2]
[5] [3]
[1]
17. Change Plate Assy
[2]
[1]
Side R
[3]
[4]
[8]
[6]
[3]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[5]
[7]
Side L
– 49 –
CHAPTER 5
MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION
1.
2.
Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 53
1-1.
Cleaning ................................................................................................................ 53
1-2.
Checks ................................................................................................................... 53
Lubrication ........................................................................................................... 54
2-1.
Lubricant ............................................................................................................... 54
2-2.
Lubricating Method .............................................................................................. 54
2-3
Lubricated Areas .................................................................................................. 54
5
– 52 –
1.
Maintenance
In order to maintain the optimum performance of this printer and to prevent trouble, maintenance must be carried out
according to the following items.
1-1. Cleaning
(1)
(2)
Removal of dirt
Wipe off dirt with a soft cloth soaked in alcohol or benzine.
Note: Do not use thinner, trichlene or ketone solvents because they may damage plastic parts. Also during
cleaning, be careful not to moisten or damage electronic parts, wiring, or mechanical parts.
Removal of dust, pile, etc.
Vacuum cleaning (with an electric cleaner) is preferred. Remove all dust, etc., inside the printer.
Note: After cleaning, check the oil level. If it is not adequate due to cleaning, replenish it.
1-2. Checks
Checks must be carried out at two levels: a “daily check” which the operator can easily carry out during operation, and
a “periodic check” which an expert should carry out.
(1) Daily check
When the printer is used on a daily basis, check that the printer is used properly. Make sure that the printer is
operating under the best conditions.
• Is any paper stuck in the paper box or printer case?
• Is the cartridge ribbon set at the right position?
• Is there any foreign matter inside the printer? (Remove if any.)
• Is the print head getting excessively dirty?
(2) Periodic check
After 6 months or printing 1 million lines, the periodic check and lubrication must be carried out.
• Check for deformation of springs.
• Check the gap between the platen and the print head.
• Remove dust, dirt, etc., around the detectors.
– 53 –
2.
Lubrication
Lubrication is very important to maintain optimum performance and to prevent trouble.
2-1. Lubricant
The type of lubricant greatly affects the performance and durability of the printer, especially in a low temperature
environment. We recommend use of the grease and lubrication oils listed below for this printer
Type of oil
Product name
Maker
Grease
MOLYKOTE EM-30L
DOW CORNING ASIA LTD
Lubricant
Mobil 1
Mobil oil
2-2. Lubricating Method
When lubrication is carried out in assembly and disassembly, wash parts well to remove dust and dirt before lubrication.
Lubrication must be carried out regularly once every 6 months or after 1 million lines have been printed. Lubrication is
necessary irrespective of the regular lubrication whenever lubricant becomes deficient after cleaning or whenever parts
have been disassembled or replaced.
2-3. Lubricated Areas
NO.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
[17]
[18]
[19]
[20]
[21]
[22]
[23]
[24]
[25]
[26]
LubricationProduct
Rubbing surfaces of Rear angle assy
Rubbing surfaces of Carrige stay
Rubbing surfaces of Change plate assy and Roller holder
Rubbing surfaces of Platen assy and Bushing
Rubbing surfaces of Paper feed roller unit and Bushing
Rubbing surfaces of Paper feed roller unit and Change lever
Rubbing surfaces of Paper feed roller shaft and Release spring
Rubbing surfaces of Paper feed roller shaft and Roller holder
Rubbing surfaces of Timing pulley and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Pulley cap and Stop ring
Rubbing surfaces of Idler gear , gear and shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Rear release arm
Rubbing surfaces of Front release arm
Rubbing surfaces of Adjust rever holder and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Tractor clutich lever F and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Release lever and Index lever
Rubbing surfaces of Gear and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Tractor clutich lever R and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Felt
Rubbing surfaces of Rear roller, Bushing and Roller shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Gear cover and Shaft
Rubbing surfaces of Idler assy and Gear cover
Rubbing surfaces of Ribbn casette gear and Gear cover
Rubbing surfaces of Tractor shaft and Tractor frame L,R
Rubbing surface of PF roller shaft and Bushing
Rubbing surface of Gear and shaft
– 54 –
Name
EM - 30L
Mobill
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
Mobill
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
EM - 30L
a
[9]
[10]
[7]
R
C
D
[1]
E
T
H
[8]
[2]
[25]
[7]
B
Q
[8]
G
[25]
A
[3]
L
[4]
N
[6]
P
J
[5]
[3]
K
[4]
a
[5]
J
D
E
a
Fig. 5-1 Lubricated Areas (printer mechanism)
– 55 –
O
M
C
T
Q
G
[4]
[8]
A
[3]
[11] [5]
[6]
[12]
S
[8]
[12]
F
[13]
[3]
[14]
[13]
S
H
R
L
[5]
B
[4]
[14]
Fig. 5-2 Lubricated Areas (printer mechanism 2/2)
– 56 –
N
a
b
[15]
[16]
b
a
[15]
Fig. 5-3 Lubricated Areas (Frame L)
[17]
[18]
Areas to Lubricate
Fig. 5-4 Lubricated Areas (Frame R)
– 57 –
[26]
[26]
[20]
[20]
[21]
,,,,,,,,
, ,,,,
,,,,
,,,,,,,
,,,
,,,
[22]
[23]
[19]
Rear of Gear Cover
Areas to Lubricate
Fig. 5-5 Lubricated Areas (Carriage unit)
[24]
[24]
[24]
[24]
Fig. 5-6 Lubricated Areas (Tractor unit)
– 58 –
CHAPTER 6
TROUBLESHOOTING
1.
Troubleshooting Procedures ............................................................................. 61
2.
Unit Replacement Priority Chart ........................................................................ 62
3.
Repair by Unit Replacement............................................................................... 63
4.
Repair by Parts Replacement ............................................................................. 69
5.
4-1.
Does not Operate at All with Power on............................................................... 69
4-2.
Power Supply Circuit Abnormal .......................................................................... 70
4-3.
Defective Motor Operation ................................................................................... 71
4-4.
Defective Print Head Operation ........................................................................... 72
4-5.
Defective Interface Operation .............................................................................. 73
Waveform with Oscilloscope ............................................................................. 74
– 59 –
6
– 60 –
1.
Troubleshooting Procedures
Troubleshooting is never easy because various problems arise depending upon the particular location of the breakdown.
The following procedures should be taken in making repairs.
(1)
The first method is to make repairs through unit replacements. The two display codes appearing in the flow chart
are defined as follows: 1) indicates main logic board replacement; and 2) indicates printer mechanism replacement,
to be carried out if the problem has not been corrected.
1)
Main Logic Board Replacement
2)
Printer Mechanism Replacement
Check again at this time whether the replaced unit is malfunctioning. (This is done to rule out trouble caused by improper
contact of connectors.)
Replaceable units consist of the following:
• Power supply unit
• Main logic board
• Printer mechanism
• Control panel board
In replacing these units, always refer to the unit replacement priority chart.
(2) The second method is to make repairs by parts replacement to replace defective elements inside a particular unit.
(Note 1) Before starting to repair, be sure to check visually the contact of the connector and the mounting of the IC in
the IC socket.
(Note 2) Always turn off power source and remove power plug before replacing any units or parts.
(Note 3) All check items shown in the flow chart must be checked. Otherwise, newly mounted parts or units may become
damaged.
(Note 4) If, in the process of making repairs, there is any confusion about proper procedures, restart the job from the
beginning.
(Note 5) Be careful to avoid injury from static electricity when handling ICs and main logic board.
– 61 –
2.
Unit Replacement Priority Chart
Error indication
Interface related and others
Detector
related
Print head
related
Motor related
Operation related
Category
Problem
Details
Specific display
lamp only will
not glow
Specific switch
only cannot be
input
Buzzer does not
sound (sound
volume
inadequate)
Strange sounds
during operation
No motor
holding power
(power very
weak)
Dots skipped
Print is too light
Ink ribbon
entanglement
(wire sticks out)
Absence of paper
not detected
Lever position
not detected
Incorrect printing
Ink ribbon not
forwarded
No operation at
EDS setting
Faulty operation
when power is
turned on/off
Abnormal motor
operating speed
(slow)
Fuse blown
during operation
Error detection of
head temperature
Carriage motor
error
Paper handling
error
EE-PROM &
RAM error
Watch dog timer
error
Soft ware error
Unit Exchange Sequence
Power
supply unit
2
Main
logic board
Printer
mechanism
Control
panel board
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
Remarks
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
Replace ink ribbon
Check I/F cable
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
2
2
1
“HS-DRAF” lamp blink
2
1
“ROMAN” lamp blink
2
1
“COURIER” lamp blink
1
“10CPI” lamp blink
1
“15CPI” lamp light
1
“ORATOR” lamp light
Note: The figures 1, 2 and 3 mean the priority of replacement.
– 62 –
3.
Repair by Unit Replacement
START
A
• Turn power off.
• Remove I/F cable.
• Mount ink ribbon.
• Set paper.
• Move carriage to center.
Turn power on.
Carriage
Moves?
NO
B
YES
Carriage operates
normally?
NO
*1 See (6) and waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
YES
Carriage motor
operating waveform is
normal? *1
NO
YES
1) Replace main logic
board.
2) Replace printer
mechanism.
Replace printer mechanism.
A
Carriage
stops at home
position?
(left side)
YES
NO
Home position
switch signal is
normal?
YES
Replace main logic board.
1
A
– 63 –
NO
1) Replace main logic
board.
2) Replace printer
mechanism.
1
NO
On line lamp light?
YES
On line lamp
signal is normal?
NO
Replace main logic board.
Press on line switch to take
off line.
YES
Replace control panel board.
NO
On line lamp is out?
A
YES
E
Press paper feed switch.
Paper feed switch
operation is normal?
NO
*2 See (7) waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
Paper feed
motor drive waveform
is normal? *2
YES
NO
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
YES
Turn power off.
Replace printer mechanism.
Holding paper feed switch,
turn power on.
Self
printing:
A
Carriage operates
normally?
YES
NO
*3 See (6) and waveform in
item5 of Chapter 6.
Carriage motor
drive waveform is
normal? *3
YES
Replace printer mechanism.
2
A
– 64 –
NO
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
2
Printing operation
is normal?
NO
*4 See (4) and (5) waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
Print head
drive signal waveform is
normal? *4
YES
NO
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
YES
Replace printer mechanism.
A
Paper feed
operation is
normal?
NO
*5 See (7) waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
Paper feed
NO
motor drive waveform is
normal? *5
YES
Ribbon feed
operation is
normal?
YES
Terminates self printing.
YES
NO
1) Replace ink ribbon.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
Replace printer mechanism.
A
A
Check host computer
connection.
Turn power off and check
I/F cable.
C
Turn power on.
Send print program from host
computer.
3
– 65 –
NO
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
3
Printing begins?
NO
D
YES
Printing
operation normal?
NO
YES
1) Replace I/F cable.
2) Replace main logic board.
3) Check host computer.
Stop print program.
END
C
B
Carriage moves
with hand?
NO
Replace printer mechanism.
YES
Output
(+40V, +5V)
of power supply unit is
normal? *6
YES
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
3) Replace control panel
board.
NO
Turn power off.
Fuse blows out?
YES
NO
Replace power supply unit.
Replace fuse.
Remove connector CN3 from
main logic board.
A
Turn power on.
*6 Power Supply Unit
+40V Line
+40V ± 5%
Between Pin 5 and Pin 3 of CN1
+5V Line
+5V ± 5%
Between Pin 1 and Pin 2 of CN1
4
– 66 –
4
Output of
power supply unit is
normal? *7
NO
YES
Turn power off.
Replace power supply unit.
Connect connector CN3
from main logic board.
Turn power on.
Fuse blows out?
NO
YES
Replace fuse.
1) Replace main logic board.
2) Replace printer mechanism.
3) Replace control panel board.
A
*7 Power Supply Unit
+40V Line
+40V ± 5%
Between Pin 5 and Pin 3 of CN1
+5V Line
+5V ± 5%
Between Pin 1 and Pin 2 of CN1
– 67 –
D
*8 See (8) waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
I/F signal is
normal? *8
YES
NO
Ready condition?
NO
YES
There is data
transmission?
YES
NO
Check hardware or host
computer print program.
I/F mode set
up properly?
NO
Change I/F mode.
YES
1) Replace I/F cable.
2) I/F cartridge
3) Replace main logic board.
A
C
E
On line switch
goes ON/OFF?
NO
YES
On line lamp
drive signal is
normal?
NO
YES
Replace control panel board.
Replace main logic board.
A
– 68 –
1) Replace control panel board.
2) Replace main logic board.
4.
Repair by Parts Replacement
4-1. Does not Operate at All with Power on
START
+40V, +5V
are
supplied? *9
NO
DC Power abnormal.
YES
RESET
signal becomes
HIGH? *10
NO
Check RESET circuit;
replace parts.
YES
Crystal
waveform is
normal? *11
NO
Check crystal circuit;
replace parts.
YES
ROM OE
signals become
LOW?
YES
Carriage motor abnormal.
Check operation.
END
See 4-2. Power Supply
Circuit Abnormal.
NO
1) Replace CPU or ROM.
2) Check relevant circuit.
*9
+40V Line
+40V ± 5%
Between Pin 5 and Pin 3 of CN1
+5V Line
+5V ± 5%
Between Pin 1 and Pin 2 of CN1
*10 See (2) waveform in item 5 of Chapter 6.
*11 See (1) waveform in item 5 of Chapter 6.
– 69 –
4-2. Power Supply Circuit Abnormal
(1)
Remove connector CN3 from main logic board.
START
Fuse F1
is blown?
NO
YES
Replace Fuse F1
Fuse is
blown again?
YES
NO
Replace
1) Power supply unit
The no load voltages are below:
+40V Line
+40V ± 5%
Between Pin 5 and Pin 3 of CN1
+5V Line
+5V ± 5%
Between Pin 1 and Pin 2 of CN1
Check the 5V line of the
main logic board.
END
– 70 –
4-3. Defective Motor Operation
START
Paper Feed Motor
LF-ø1,
ø2, ø3, ø4 are
normal? *12
NO
YES
START
CR-ø1,
ø2, ø3, ø4 are
normal? *13
Check and replace
1) TA7
2) Gate array
YES
Replace
LF motor
Replace
CR motor
Check operation
Check operation
END
END
*12 See (7) waveform in item 5 of Chapter 6.
*13 See (6) waveform in item 5 of Chapter 6.
– 71 –
Carriage Motor
NO
Check and replace
1) TA 8
2) Gate array
4-4. Defective Print Head Operation
START
Does not
print at all?
NO
YES
+40V line
is supplied?
A specific
pin does not
work?
NO
NO
YES
Check and replace
1) Power supply unit
(Refer to item 4-2.)
YES
Check and replace
• TA1 (HD1, 2, 3, 4)
• TA2 (HD5, 6, 7, 8)
• TA3 (HD9, 10, 11, 12)
• TA4 (HD13, 14, 15, 16)
• TA5 (HD17, 18, 19, 20)
• TA6 (HD21, 22, 23, 24)
Check and replace
1) TR10 ~ TR14
2) Gate array
Head
energizing control
signal is normal?
*14
YES
Check and replace
1) Print head
Print is light
as whole?
NO
YES
NO
Adjust gap
(Refer to Chapter 3.)
Check and replace
1) Gate array
2) CPU
*14 See (4) waveform in item 5 of Chapter 6.
END
– 72 –
4-5. Defective Interface Operation
START
Press on line switch to
take on line.
Send print program
from host computer.
*15 See (8) waveform in
item 5 of Chapter 6.
Is I/F
signal normal? *15
NO
YES
Incorrect print
generated?
YES
NO
Check I/F cable.
Check and replace
1) IC 3
2) Gate array
3) CPU
Check operation
END
– 73 –
5.
Waveform with Oscilloscope
(1) Crystal (12 MHz)
(2) RESET (Power on reset)
(4V)
(2V)
(0V)
(0V)
(4V)
(0V)
Crystal
Pin 28 of IC7
Time/Div : 0.2 µs
Volt/Div : 1V
Upper
Lower
(3) Protection Circuit
Upper
Lower
: RESET
: Drive
Time/Div
Volt/Div
: RESET input
: RESET output
Time/Div :
Volt/Div :
Pin 1 of IC5
Pin 3 of IC5
10 ms
2V
(4) Head Energizing Control Signal
(4V)
(4V)
(0V)
(0V)
(4V)
(4V)
(0V)
(0V)
Pin 3 of IC5
Collector of TR9
: 5 ms
: Upper 2V
Lower 2V
(5) Print Head Control Signal and Waveform
Upper
Lower
: HDEN
: HD1 Data
Time/Div
Volt/Div
Pin 111 of IC4
Pin 67 of IC4
: 50µs
: Upper 1V
Lower 2V
(6) Carriage Motor Control Signal and Driving Signal
(5V)
(5V)
(0V)
(0V)
(100V)
(40V)
(0V)
(0V)
Upper
Lower
: HD1 Data
: HD1
Time/Div
Volt/Div
Pin 67 of IC4
Pin 2 of TA1
: 0.1 ms
: Upper 5V
Lower 10V
Upper
Lower
– 74 –
: Carriage-ø1 Control Signal Pin 31 of IC4
: Carriage-ø1 Driving Signal Pin 3 of CN8
Time/Div : 2 ms
Volt/Div : Upper 5V
Lower 20V
(7) Paper Feed Motor Control Signal and
Driving Signal
(8) Parallel Interface (parallel type Only)
(5V)
(5V)
(0V)
(0V)
Upper
Lower
(100V)
(4V)
(0V)
(0V)
: LF-ø1 Control Signal Pin 40 of IC4
: LF-ø1 Driving Signal Pin 1 of CN9
Time/Div : 2 ms
Volt/Div : Upper 5V
Lower 20V
Upper
Lower
– 75 –
: STB
: BUSY
Time/Div
Volt/Div
Pin 1 of CN1
Pin 11 of CN1
: 50 ms
: Upper 5V
Lower 2V
– 76 –
CHAPTER 7
PARTS LIST
HOW TO USE PARTS LIST
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
DRWG. NO.
This column shows the drawing number of the illustration.
REVISED EDITION MARK
This column shows a revision number.
Part that have been added in the revised edition are indicated with "#".
Part that have been abolished in the revised edition are indicated with "*".
#1:First edition
Second edition
*1:First edition
Second edition
PARTS NO.
Parts numbers must be notified when ordering replacement parts. Parts described as ′′NPN′′ have no parts number and are not
in stock, unavailable.
PARTS NAME
Parts names must be notified when ordering replacement parts.
Q’TY
This column shows the number of the part used as indicated in the figure.
REMARKS
Where differences in specifications exist depending on location/destination.
HK.....Hong Kong AS.....Australia SU.....Russia
RANK
Parts marked “S” are service parts. Service parts are recommended to be in stock for maintenance.
5-4.
1. Printer Assembly ...................................................... 78
1-1. Disassembly Drawing .................................... 78
1-2. Parts List ......................................................... 79
2. Printer Mechanism .................................................... 80
2-1. Disassembly Drawing .................................... 80
2-2. Parts List ......................................................... 82
Power Supply Unit ........................................ 112
5-4-1. Circuit Diagram ................................... 112
5-4-2. Component Layout ............................. 113
5-4-3. Parts List.............................................. 114
6. Serial - Parallel Converter Board ( Option ) .......... 116
6-1. Wiring Scheme .............................................. 116
6-2. I/F Board ........................................................ 117
6-2-1. Circuit diagram .................................... 117
6-2-2. Component Layout ............................. 117
6-2-3. Parts List.............................................. 117
6-3. CPU Board ..................................................... 118
6-3-1. Circuit diagram .................................... 118
6-3-2. Component Layout ............................. 119
6-3-3. Parts List.............................................. 119
3. Sub - Assembly ......................................................... 84
3-1. Lower Cace Unit ............................................. 84
3-2. Sheet Guide Unit ............................................. 85
3-3. Printer Cover Unit ........................................... 86
3-4. Upper Case Unit .............................................. 87
3-5. Tractor Unit ..................................................... 88
3-6. Serial-Parallel Converter (Option) ................. 89
3-7. Carriage Unit ................................................... 90
3-8. Platen Assy ..................................................... 91
3-9. Roller Angle Assy ........................................... 92
3-10. Frame Holder Unit .......................................... 93
3-11. Paper Guide Unit ............................................ 94
3-12. Frame L Unit .................................................... 95
3-13. Frame R Unit ................................................... 96
4. Wiring Scheme of Printer ......................................... 98
5. Electrical Parts ........................................................ 100
5-1. Main Logic Board ......................................... 100
5-1-1. Circuit Diagram ................................... 100
5-1-2. Component Layout ............................. 104
5-1-3. Parts List .............................................. 106
5-2. Control Panel Board ..................................... 110
5-2-1. Circuit Diagram ................................... 110
5-2-1. Component Layout ............................. 110
5-2-3. Parts List .............................................. 110
5-3. Connected Board .......................................... 111
5-3-1. Circuit Diagram ................................... 111
5-3-2. Component Layout ............................. 111
5-3-3. Parts List .............................................. 111
– 77 –
7
1.
Printer Assembly
1-1. Disassembly Drawing
13
8
7
18
2
19
A
6
16
9
15
16
16
19
B
21
16
14
17
20
23
10 16
3
1
20
20
22
20
A
11
B
12
4
5
– 78 –
1-2. Parts List
Printer Assembly
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
Q’TY
REMARKS
1
89430300 MECHANISM WITH HEAD DP695
1
2
87816300 PLATEN KNOB UNIT
QBF-10(D)
1
3
86823180 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
HBF-15
1
4
86822140 MAIN LOGIC BD UNIT
HBF-15
1 EXCEPT FOR RU
86822310 MAIN LOGIC BD UNIT
HBF-15 RU
1 FOR RU
5
86821090 LOWER CASE UNIT
HBF-15
1
6
86820280 SHEET GUIDE UNIT
HBF-15
1
7
86820270 PRINTER COVER UNIT
HBF-15
1
8
86820260 UPPER CASE UNIT
HBF-15
1
9
86436020 TRACTOR UNIT
695
1
#2 89596260 TRACTOR UNIT CT-15HA JAN
1 EC,UK,AS
:OPTION
#2 89596280 TRACTOR UNIT CT-15HA SMH
1 HK,RU
:OPTION
10
83912490 ROM COVER
HBF-15
1
11
83912460 INLET HOLDER
HBF-15
1
12
83912450 SWITCH HOLDER
HBF-15
1
13
*2 83912440 REAR COVER
HBF-15
1
#2 83912441 REAR COVER
HBF-15
1
14
82902600 RIBBON HOLDER
701C
1
15
*2 04020010 STOP RING SE2.0
1
#2 00630304 SCREW TR 3-3
1
16
01925001 MECHANISM HOLDER SCREW HBF-15
5
17
01914036 SCREW TR 4-5 WS
1
18
01914030 SCREW TAT 4-15 PT
5
19
01903088 SCREW TAT 3-6 WS
2
20
01903038 SCREW TAT 3-10 PT-FL
12
21
*2 89511240 RIBBON CASSETTE JAN
LZ24HD
1
#2 89511330 RIBBON CASSETTE SMH
LZ24HD
1
22
09110161 CORD SET HK INLET SAA-1.8M
1 FOR AS,HK
09110157 CORD SET EC INLET S-10A 1.8M
1 FOR EC,RU
#1 09110153 CORD SET UK INLET S-5A 1.8M
1 FOR UK
23
89595020 S-P CONVERTER SPC-8K
JAN
1 OPTION
– 79 –
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
2.
Printer Mechanism
2-1. Disassembly Drawing
a
57
5-1
2-1
58
F
2-3
2-4
40
2-2
11
2-5
10-3
55
57
8-2
61
3
R
60
C
4
57
10-1
8-2
10-2
D
1
56
8-1
35
E
T
54
39
H
36
57
12-2
B
12-1
Q
59
58
G
9
58
49
A
58
58
L
46
N
58
P
J
14
58
6
45
44
58
58
7
13-2
K
5-1
46
13-3
44
a
13-1
M
O
J
D
E
a
15
5
45
– 80 –
C
50
24
58
T
50
Q
63
62
G
K
20
51
47
O
A
58
58
41
58
27
37
47
58
23
16
29
31
32
47
28
47
46
30
21
48
26
42
43
41
24
47
52
29
50
49
S
20
33
18
35
48
F
29
50
22
19 49
47
23
58
S
58
27
H
R
L
58
38
P
B
25
N
34
17
– 81 –
53
2-2. Parts List
Printer Mechanism
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
1
89163010 PRINT HEAD DP690
2
86437030 TENSION LEVER UNIT
695
2-1
86437310 TENSION LEVER ASSY
695
2-2
83200222 PULLEY CAP
868
2-3
83120760 TIMING PULLEY B
695
2-4
04020015 STOP RING SE3.0
2-5
03870405 BEARING L-940ZZR
3
*2 86432030 CARRIAGE UNIT
695
#2 86432031 CARRIAGE UNIT
695
4
*1 86430750 GAP ADJUSTMENT ASSY
695
#1 86430751 GAP ADJUSTMENT ASSY
695
5
86430650 DETECTOR UNIT C
695
5-1
08300152 PHOTO-INTERRUPTER RPI-574
6
86430500 CHANGE PLATE ASSY
695
7
86430490 PLATEN ASSY
695
8
86430190 REAR ANGLE ASSY
695
8-1
82040751 REAR ANGLE
695
8-2
80995650 SHEET 170X18X10
9
86430140 ROLLER ANGLE UNIT
695
10
86430130 CR MOTOR HOLDER UNIT
695
10-1
86430520 CR MOTOR ASSY
695
10-2
82091670 CARRIAGE MOTOR HOLDER
695
10-3
01604080 SCREW TR 4-8
11
*2 86430120 FRAME HOLDER UNIT
695
#2 86430121 FRAME HOLDER UNIT
695
12
86430110 PF ROLLER R UNIT
695
12-1
83201130 PAPER FEED ROLLER
695
12-2
*2 81361281 PF ROLLER SHAFT R
695
#2 81361282 PF ROLLER SHAFT R
695
13
86430100 PE LEVER UNIT
695
13-1
86430530 PE LEVER ANGLE ASSY
695
13-2
83401430 PAPER DETECT LEVER
695
13-3
04020010 STOP RING SE2.0
14
86430090 PAPER GUIDE UNIT
695
15
86430080 FRAME BASE UNIT
695
16
86430060 FRAME R UNIT
695
17
86430070 FRAME L UNIT
695
18
83904860 REAR RELEASE ARM
695
19
83904850 FRONT RELEASE ARM
695
20
83904840 ROLLER HOLDER
695
21
83401420 CHANGE LEVER
695
22
83401401 ADJUST LEVER
695
23
83201140 BUSHING F7X10X6
695
24
83201120 ADJUSTING BUSHING
695
25
83201080 BUSHING F10X14X5.5
701C
26
83101960 ADJUST GEAR
695
27
83101950 PAPER FEED ROLLER GEAR
695
28
83101890 GEAR 30X0.5
701C
29
83101880 GEAR 15X1
701C
30
83101820 PLATEN GEAR
721
31
83100580 IDLER GEAR 16X60
32
83100510 GEAR 40X0.5
33
82902640 ADJUST LEVER HOLDER
695
34
82210200 WAVE WASHER
701C
35
82200080 COLLAR 4X15X0.8
36
NPN
CARRIAGE STAY
695
– 82 –
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Printer Mechanism
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
37
80531210 GROUND SPRING B
38
*1 80531200 GROUND SPRING A
#1 80531201 GROUND SPRING A
39
80521290 SPRING C120-060-0060G
40
80511270 SPRING E058-080-0180
41
80511050 SPRING E050-045-0164
42
80510960 SPRING E050-040-0144
43
80510890 SPRING E060-050-0221
44
*2 80201280 PAPER FEED ROLLER UNIT
#2 80201281 PAPER FEED ROLLER UNIT
45
NPN
FASTENER T18S
46
04020018 STOP RING SE8.0
47
04020017 STOP RING SE5.0
48
04020016 STOP RING SE4.0
49
04020015 STOP RING SE3.0
50
04012501 ROLL PIN SP2.5X10
51
02307050 POLY-SLIDER WP7X0.5
52
02304050 POLY-SLIDER WP4X0.5
53
02210001 PLAIN WASHER WF10X18X1.6
54
01903035 SCREW TR 3-10 FL
55
01903031 SCREW TR 3-6 FL
56
01604100 SCREW TR 4-10
57
00630704 SCREW TR 3-7
58
00630504 SCREW TR 3-5
59
01902636 SCREW TR 2.6-4 FL
60
#2 82501600 HOLDER CLAMP SPRING
61
#2 01903055 SCREW TR 3-8 WS/WF
62
#2 02206002 PLAIN WASHER WF6X13X1.0
63
#2 80520520 SPRING CO90-070-0150
– 83 –
695
695
695
695
695
695
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
5
3
6
2
3
4
1
1
1
2
1
4
5
21
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
3.
Sub - Assembly
3-1. Lower Cace Unit
5-10
5-2
5-8
5-4
5-3
5-5
5-9
5-6
5-1
5-7
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
5-1
*2 83026491
#2 83026492
5-2
82501530
5-3
NPN
5-4
NPN
5-5
NPN
5-6
NPN
5-7
80995470
5-8
80704120
5-9
02010401
5-10
00930803
PARTS NAME
LOWER CASE
LOWER CASE
GROUND SPRING
POWER CHASSIS
LOWER CASE CHASSIS
SHEET 280X37X10
SHEET F
RUBBER FOOT 20X20
MESHED GROUND WIRE 150
HEXAGON NUT NH4-1
SCREW TAT 3-8 PT
– 84 –
Q’TY
1
1
4
1
1
1
HBF-15
1
HBF-15
6
HBF-15
1
1
12
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
3-2. Sheet Guide Unit
6-3
6-6
6-4
6-2
6-2
6-5
6-1
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
6-1
83904920 GUIDE HINGE ARM
6-2
83904910 SLIDER
6-3
83904830 ADJUSTER L
6-4
83904820 ADJUSTER R
6-5
*2 83904811 SHEET GUIDE
#2 83904812 SHEET GUIDE
6-6
*2 83026610 ADJUSTER GUIDE
#2 83026611 ADJUSTER GUIDE
– 85 –
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
Q’TY
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
RANK
3-3. Printer Cover Unit
7-2
7-1
7-4
7-3
7-5
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
7-1
83026520 COVER WINDOW
7-2
83026510 PRINTER COVER
7-3
NPN
FRONT GUIDE SUPPORTER
7-4
80060440 BRAND PLATE
7-5
01903038 SCREW TAT 3-10 PT-FL
– 86 –
HBF-15
HBF-15
JBA-15H
HBF-15
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
5
REMARKS
RANK
S
3-4. Upper Case Unit
8-2
8-10
8-3
8-5
8-9
8-7
8-6
8-4
8-1-1
8-5
8-9
8-8
8-1-3
8-11
8-1-2
8-1-3
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
8-1
86820720 REAR CASE ASSY
8-1-1
NPN
REAR CASE
8-1-2
NPN
SHEET G
8-1-3
NPN
SHEET C
8-2
*2 83026482 UPPER CASE
8-2
#2 83026483 UPPER CASE
8-3
NPN
RUBBER CUSHION B
8-4
NPN
RUBBER CUSHION A
8-5
NPN
SHEET 56X31X20
8-6
NPN
SHEET 580X25X10
8-7
NPN
SHEET D
8-8
NPN
SHEET B
8-9
NPN
SHEET 90X40X20
8-10
80088301 OPERATION SHEET
8-11
01914030 SCREW TAT 4-15 PT
– 87 –
Q’TY
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
HBF-15
1
HBF-15
1
2
HBF-15
1
5
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
HBF-15
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
3-5. Tractor Unit
9-10
9-3
9-5
9-2
9-8
9-7
9-10
9-2
9-2
9-1-2
9-1-4
9-4
9-9
9-1-1
9-10
9-6
9-1-3
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
9-1
86436340 TRACTOR SHAFT ASSY
9-1-1
83101690 TRACTOR GEAR
9-1-2
NPN
TRACTOR SHAFT
9-1-3
04020017 STOP RING SE5.0
9-1-4
04012002 ROLL PIN SP2.0X10
9-2
NPN
SHEET GUIDE
9-3
83401450 TRACTOR LEVER L
9-4
83401440 TRACTOR LEVER R
9-5
83000260 TRACTOR FRAME L
9-6
83000250 TRACTOR FRAME R
9-7
NPN
TRACTOR STAY
9-8
80906100 TRACTOR SUB-UNIT L
9-9
80906090 TRACTOR SUB-UNIT R
9-10
04020017 STOP RING SE5.0
– 88 –
695
771
695
905
695
695
695
695
695
F1
F1
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
3-6. Serial - Parallel Converter (Option)
23-1
23-7
23-5
23-2
23-3
23-8
23-4
23-6
23-6
23-6
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
23-1
NPN
UPPER CASE
23-2
NPN
CPU BOARD UNIT
23-3
87590020 IF BOARD UNIT
23-4
NPN
LOWER CASE UNIT
23-5
NPN
CORD HOLDER
23-6
NPN
SCREW TAT 3-12 PT-FL
23-7
NPN
SCREW TAT 3-8 PT-FL
23-8
NPN
CORD HOLDER PLATE
NPN
FERRITE CORE HF70RU12X5
– 89 –
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
SPC-8K
2
1
SPC-8K
SPC-8K
SPC-8K
SPC-8K
SPC-8K
REMARKS
RANK
3-7. Carriage Unit
3-3-8
3-11
3-3-7
3-5
3-3-1
3-6
3-12
3-7
3-3-6
3-8
3-6
3-1-1
3-3-3
3-14
3-3-5
3-3-4
3-3-2
3-1
3-14
3-4
3-10
3-4-1
3-9
3-2-4
3-2-2
3-13
3-2-1
3-2-3
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
3-1
86432380 CARRIAGE ASSY
695
3-1-1
82501520 HEAD GROUND SPRING
695
3-2
86432360 CARD HOLDER UNIT
695
3-2-1
86432630 PAPER DETECTOR BOARD UNIT 695
3-2-2
83912480 DETECTOR COVER B
695
3-2-3
83904880 CARD HOLDER
695
3-2-4
01902024 SCREW TAT 2-6
3-3
86432351 RIBBON HOUSING UNIT
791F
3-3-1
86432621 RIBBON HOUSING ASSY
791F
3-3-2
86432320 CLUTCH PLATE UNIT
701C
3-3-3
86060810 IDLER ASSY
921
3-3-4
86032411 GEAR A ASSY
981
3-3-5
83912331 GEAR COVER
701C
3-3-6
83120470 RIBBON CASSETTE GEAR
921
3-3-7
83101370 GEAR 48X0.3
965
3-3-8
83100721 RF IDLER GEAR 37X0.3
905
3-4
86432340 CARRIAGE BOARD UNIT
695
3-4-1
80705610 FLAT CABLE 19X695
695
3-5
83200990 REAR ROLLER
981
3-6
NPN
ROLLER SHAFT
965
3-7
81210510 BUSHING 3X8.8X6
695
3-8
80995540 FELT B
695
3-9
80995311 FELT A
695
3-10
80995110 FELT
505
3-11
80902260 TIMING BELT HTD104 393X9.5
3-12
80511150 SPRING E035-029-0171
3-13
00826504 SCREW TR 2.6-5
3-14
00630504 SCREW TR 3-5
– 90 –
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
3-8. Platen Assy
7-3
7-2
7-4
7-1
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
7-1
83201080 BUSHING F10X14X5.5
7-2
80202320 PLATEN
7-3
04020018 STOP RING SE8.0
7-4
04012503 ROLL PIN SP2.5X14
– 91 –
701C
695
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
RANK
3-9. Roller Angle Assy
9-7
9-6
9-2
9-9
9-8
9-4
9-5
9-1-1
9-2
9-5
9-3
9-1
9-7
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
9-1
86430680 PF ROLLER SHAFT F ASSY
9-1-1
83201130 PAPER FEED ROLLER
9-2
83201140 BUSHING F7X10X6
9-3
83101880 GEAR 15X1
9-4
NPN
ROLLER ANGLE
9-5
*1 80531250 PF ROLLER SPRING
#1 80531251 PF ROLLER SPRING
9-6
80520520 SPRING C090-070-0150
9-7
04020017 STOP RING SE5.0
9-8
02307050 POLY-SLIDER WP7X0.5
9-9
02207001 PLAIN WASHER WF7X16X1.0
– 92 –
695
695
695
701C
695
695
695
Q’TY
1
6
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
REMARKS
RANK
3-10. Frame Holder Unit
11-3
11-4
11-2
11-1
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
11-1
86031030 RUBBER BUSHING B UNIT
11-2
82501510 RELEASE SPRING
11-3
*2 82040710 FRAME HOLDER
#2 82040711 FRAME HOLDER
11-4
00630404 SCREW TR 3-4
– 93 –
941
695
695
695
Q’TY
4
5
1
1
5
REMARKS
RANK
3-11. Paper Guide Unit
4
14-4
14-1
14-2
14-4
14-4
14-3
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
14-1
86430480 PAPER GUIDE C ASSY
14-2
82040730 PAPER GUIDE B
14-3
82040720 PAPER GUIDE A
14-4
04011501 ROLL PIN SP1.5X6
– 94 –
695
695
695
Q’TY
1
1
1
6
REMARKS
RANK
3-12. Frame L Unit
16-1-1
16-13
16-5
a
b
16-1-2
16-13
16-1
16-11
b
16-10
16-13
a
16-11
16-12
16-8
16-12
16-3
16-11
16-6
16-4
16-2
16-7
16-9
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
16-1
86430640 DETECTOR UNIT B
16-1-1
86430660 PE BOARD ASSY
16-1-2
09090039 LEAF SWITCH LSA1119H
16-2
NPN
FRAME L ASSY
16-3
83401460 TRACTOR CLUTCH LEVER F
16-4
83401410 INDEX LEVER
16-5
83401390 RELEASE LEVER
16-6
83101940 CLUTCH GEAR
16-7
80531190 INDEX LEVER SPRING
16-8
80521250 SPRING C060-035-0112
16-9
NPN
FASTENER T18S
16-10
04020016 STOP RING SE4.0
16-11
04020015 STOP RING SE3.0
16-12
02304050 POLY-SLIDER WP4X0.5
16-13
00926603 SCREW TAT 2.6-6 CT
– 95 –
695
695
695
695
695
695
695
695
Q’TY
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
3
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
S
3-13. Frame R Unit
17-1
17-3
17-4
17-10
17-9
17-9
17-5
17-10
17-8
17-6
17-7
17-2
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
17-1
86430510 PF MOTOR ASSY
17-2
NPN
FRAME R ASSY
17-3
83401470 TRACTOR CLUTCH LEVER R
17-4
83101940 CLUTCH GEAR
17-5
83100110 GEAR 26X0.5
17-6
80521250 SPRING C060-035-0112
17-7
04020015 STOP RING SE3.0
17-8
04020010 STOP RING SE2.0
17-9
02304050 POLY-SLIDER WP4X0.5
17-10
02010301 HEXAGON NUT NH3-1
– 96 –
695
695
695
695
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
REMARKS
RANK
S
S
S
S
[Blank Page]
– 97 –
4.
Wiring Scheme of Printer
– 98 –
– 99 –
5.
Electrical Parts
5-1. Main Logic Board
5-1-1. Circuit Diagram
– 100 –
– 101 –
– 102 –
[Blank Page]
– 103 –
5-1-2. Component Layout
– 104 –
– 105 –
5-1-3. Parts List
Main Logic Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
IC1
08200164 IC-I/F SP232ACP
IC2
IC3
08210006 TTL IC 7406
IC4
08240087 GATE ARRAY LZ9G11K-F24W1
IC5
08200142 IC-RESET PST592D-2*
IC6
08220092 IC-LIN UPC339C
IC7
08250021 CPU
TMP95C061BEF
IC8
08222047 EEPROM KM93C46
IC9
08210094 TTL IC 74LS07
IC10
08222017 EPROM D27C1001D-150NS
09110077 IC SOCKET ICS-32-2T
IC11
09110077 IC SOCKET ICS-32-2T
IC12
08223330 MASKED ROM 8MCG-ANK 42P
IC13
08221026 PSRAM HM658128C-80NS
D1-2
*1 08000039 DIODE 1S1588
#1 08000096 DIODE 1S2076A*A
D3-4
08030044 SCHOTTKY DIODE SB140
D5
*1 08000039 DIODE 1S1588
#1 08000096 DIODE 1S2076A*A
D6-9
08030046 FAST DIODE D1NL20U*
D10
D11
*1 08000039 DIODE 1S1588
#1 08000096 DIODE 1S2076A*A
D12-13
08030034 SCHOTTKY DIODE D2S4M
D14-15
*1 08000039 DIODE 1S1588
#1 08000096 DIODE 1S2076A*A
ZD1
*2 08020063 ZENER DIODE RD24FB2T
#2 08020052 ZENER DIODE RD33FB2-T
ZD2
08020054 ZENER DIODE RD27FB2-T
ZD3
*2 08020063 ZENER DIODE RD24FB2T
#2 08020052 ZENER DIODE RD33FB2-T
ZD4
08020054 ZENER DIODE RD27FB2-T
ZD5
08020139 ZENER DIODE HZ2BLLTD
ZD6
08020131 ZENER DIODE RD36JSB3
ZD7
08020132 ZENER DIODE UZ20BCA
TA1-6
07650041 TRANSISTOR ARRAY MP4303
TA7
08043001 FET ARRAY UPA1501H
TA8
08043002 FET ARRAY SMA5102
TR1-3
07011752 TRANSISTOR 2SA1266*
TR4-8
07601004 TRANSISTOR 2SC3199GR*
TR9
07011752 TRANSISTOR 2SA1266*
TR10
07601004 TRANSISTOR 2SC3199GR*
TR11-14
07017201 TRANSISTOR 2SA1720
TR15
07011752 TRANSISTOR 2SA1266*
TR16
07220031 TRANSISTOR 2SC2003
C1-4
NPN
CHEM. CAPA. 0.1UF 50V
C5-6
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
C7
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF 400V
C8
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
C9
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 0.01UF 50V
C10
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 470PF 50V
C11
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
C12
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF 400V
C13
#2
NPN
ZENER DIODE RD6.8E*R
C14
NPN
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
C15-16
NPN
CERA. CAPA.
33PF 50V
– 106 –
Q’TY
1
REMARKS
RANK
S
NOT USED
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
4
HBF15 *.*
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
NOT MOUNTED
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
3
5
1
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
S
Main Logic Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
C17
C18
NPN
C19-20
C21
C22-23
NPN
C24-25
NPN
C26-29
NPN
C30
NPN
C31
NPN
C32
NPN
C33
NPN
C34
C35
NPN
C36
C37
NPN
C38
NPN
C39
NPN
C40
C41-43
NPN
C44-45
NPN
C46
NPN
C47-48
NPN
C49-50
NPN
C51
NPN
C52
NPN
C53
NPN
C54
NPN
C55
NPN
C56-57
NPN
C58-59
NPN
C60
NPN
C61-62
NPN
C63
NPN
C64
NPN
C65
C66
NPN
R1
NPN
R2
R3
NPN
R4-11
NPN
R12
NPN
R13
NPN
R14-16
NPN
R17
NPN
R18
NPN
R19
NPN
R20
NPN
R21
NPN
R22
NPN
R23-25
NPN
R26-29
NPN
R30-34
NPN
R35-36
NPN
R37
NPN
R38
NPN
R39-44
PARTS NAME
CERA. CAPA.
33PF
Q’TY
50V
REMARKS
NOT MOUNTED
1
NOT USED
NOT MOUNTED
CERA.
CERA.
CERA.
CERA.
CERA.
CERA.
CERA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
CAPA.
4700PF
470PF
0.01UF
0.022UF
470PF
33PF
0.01UF
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
50V
1
CERA. CAPA.
33PF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
CERA. CAPA.
33PF 50V
1
1
1
CERA. CAPA. 0.01UF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 470PF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
CERA. CAPA.
7PF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 470PF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA.
10UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA.
47UF 10V
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA. 100UF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 4700PF 50V
CERA. CAPA. 470PF 50V
CHEM. CAPA. 1000UF 50V
CAPACITOR 0.022UF 25V
CERA. CAPA. 0.022UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA.
47UF 10V
3
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF 400V
RD RESISTOR 3.3 K-OHM 1/6W
1
1
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
1
8
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
5
2
1
1
NOT MOUNTED
CERA. CAPA.
33PF
NOT MOUNTED
NOT MOUNTED
NOT MOUNTED
NOT USED
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
1 K-OHM 1/6W
100 OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
100 OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
330 OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
NOT USED
– 107 –
RANK
Main Logic Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
R45-46
NPN
R47
NPN
R48
NPN
R49-50
NPN
R51-52
NPN
R53-54
NPN
R55
NPN
R56
NPN
R57
NPN
R58
NPN
R59
NPN
R60
NPN
R61
NPN
R62
NPN
R63
NPN
R64
NPN
R65
NPN
R66
NPN
R67
NPN
R68
NPN
R69-92
NPN
R93-94
R95
NPN
R96
NPN
R97
NPN
R98
R99
NPN
R100
R101
NPN
R102-103
NPN
R104
NPN
R105
NPN
R106
NPN
R107
NPN
R108
NPN
R109
NPN
R110
NPN
R111
NPN
R112-117
NPN
R118
NPN
R119
NPN
R120
NPN
R121
NPN
R122
NPN
R123
NPN
R124-125
NPN
R126
NPN
R127
NPN
R128
NPN
R129
NPN
R130-133
NPN
R134-137
NPN
R138
NPN
R139-140
NPN
R141
NPN
R142-143
NPN
RD
RN
RN
RD
RD
RN
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RN
RD
RN
RD
RN
RD
RN
RD
RD
PARTS NAME
RESISTOR 10 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 5.1 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 10 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1.0 OHM 3W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 3.3 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1.5 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 10 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 2W
RESISTOR 1.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 2W
RESISTOR 1.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 2W
RESISTOR 1.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 2W
RESISTOR 1.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RESISTOR 1.5 K-OHM 1/6W
Q’TY
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
24
REMARKS
NOT USED
RD RESISTOR 220 OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 220 OHM 1/6W
1
1
1
RD RESISTOR 220 OHM 1/6W
1
RD
RD
RN
RN
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RN
RD
RD
RD
RD
RN
RD
RN
RD
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
2
1
2
NOT USED
NOT USED
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
220 OHM 1/6W
10 K-OHM 1/6W
1 K-OHM 1/6W 1%
5.1 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
18 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
18 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
10 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
33 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
220 OHM 1/6W
33 K-OHM 1/6W
4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
1.2 K-OHM 1/4W
390 OHM 2W
2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
33 K-OHM 1/6W
2.2 K-OHM 1/2W
100 OHM 1/6W
5.1 K-OHM 1/6W
10 K-OHM 1/6W
5.1 K-OHM 1/6W
10 K-OHM 1/6W
– 108 –
RANK
Main Logic Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
Q’TY
REMARKS
R144-145
NPN
RN RESISTOR 1.0 OHM 3W
2
R146-147
NPN
RD RESISTOR 4.7 K-OHM 1/6W
2
R148-149
NPN
RD RESISTOR 10 K-OHM 1/6W
2
RA1
NPN
RESIS. ARRAY 4.7K-OHM 1/8W 8EL
1
RA2
NPN
RESIS. ARRAY 1.8K-OHM 1/8W 8EL
1
RA3
NPN
RESIS. ARRAY 1.8K-OHM 1/8W 5EL
1
X1
NPN
CERA. OSCILLATOR CSA14.74MXZ
1
CA1-4
NPN
CAPA. ARRAY 33PF 50V 8EL
4
CN1
09100615 CONNECTOR 57RE4036080BD29A
1
CN2
*2 09100602 CONNECTOR DT11321-R5T
1
#2 09100337 CONNECTOR DBLC-J25SAF-23L6
1
CN3
09100268 CONNECTOR 5483-05A
1
CN4A
09100637 CONNECTOR 51048-1700
1
CN4B
09100688 CONNECTOR 51048-1600
1
CN5
09100624 CONNECTOR 51048-1300
1
CN6
09100620 CONNECTOR 53253-0810
1
CN7
09100687 CONNECTOR 53253-0910
1
CN8
09100267 CONNECTOR 5483-06A
1
CN9
09100612 CONNECTOR 52147-0510
1
CN4A-10A
80705800 FLAT CABLE 17X481
HBF-15
1
CN4B-10B
80705810 FLAT CABLE 16X391
HBF-15
1
CN5-12
80705510 FLAT CABLE 13X251
HBF-12
1
FB1
09990737 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047AT-Y7
1
FB2
09990736 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
1
FB3
09990737 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047AT-Y7
1
FB4
09990736 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
1
FB5
NOT USED
FB6-9
09990736 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
4
FB10
NOT USED
FB11
09990736 BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
1
FB12-13
NOT USED
JPSW1
NOT MOUNTED
JW1
NPN
WIRE 18UL1007BLK130T
1
JW2
NOT MOUNTED
JW3
NPN
WIRE 20UL1007BLK120
1
JW4-5
NPN
WIRE 20UL1007BLK160
2
JW6
NPN
WIRE 20UL1007BLK120
1
JW7
NPN
WIRE 20UL1007BLK130
1
JW8-9
NPN
WIRE 28UL1007BLK250
2
NPN
FASTENER T18S
2
– 109 –
RANK
5-2. Control Panel Board
5-2-1. Circuit Diagram
5-2-2. Component Layout
5-2-3. Parts List
Control Panel Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
LED1-10
*1 08300151
#1 08300168
SW1-5
*2 09010041
#2 09010061
CN12
09100624
PARTS NAME
LED LTL232
LED GL3EG8
PUSH SWITCH SKHHAL
PUSH SWITCH EVQ PAE 04M
CONNECTOR 51048-1300
– 110 –
Q’TY
10
10
5
5
1
REMARKS
RANK
5-3. Connected Board
5-3-1. Circuit Diagram
5-3-2. Component Layout
5-3-3. Parts List
Relay Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
CN10A
09100637 CONNECTOR 51048-1700
CN10B
09100688 CONNECTOR 51048-1600
CN11A-B
09100419 CONNECTOR HLEM19S-1
– 111 –
Q’TY
1
1
2
REMARKS
RANK
5-4. Power Supply Unit
5-4-1. Circuit Diagram
– 112 –
5-4-2. Component Layout
– 113 –
5-4-3. Parts List
Power Supply Unit
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
IC1
NPN
IC2
NPN
IC3
NPN
D1
NPN
D2
NPN
D3
NPN
D4
NPN
D5
NPN
D6
NPN
D7
NPN
DB1
NPN
B1
*1
NPN
#1
NPN
B2
*1
NPN
#1
NPN
B3
*1
NPN
#1
NPN
B4
*1
NPN
#1
NPN
B5
#2
NPN
C1
NPN
C2-3
C4-5
NPN
C6
NPN
C7
NPN
C8
NPN
C9
NPN
C10-11
*2
NPN
#2
NPN
C12
NPN
C13
NPN
C14
*2
NPN
#2
NPN
C15
NPN
C16
NPN
C17
NPN
C18
NPN
C19
NPN
C20-21
NPN
C22
NPN
C23-24
NPN
C25
NPN
C26
NPN
C27-28
C29
C30
C31
NPN
C32
NPN
C33
NPN
C34
NPN
C35
NPN
C36-37
NPN
C38
NPN
R1
NPN
R2-3
NPN
R4
NPN
PARTS NAME
IC-REG FA5304AP
IC-REG PQ05RF11
IC-REG MK1210
FAST DIODE RU1P
FAST DIODE ERA92-02*A
DIODE 1S954
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB140
FAST DIODE 5FL2CZ47A
DIODE RL1N4007*A
DIODE DS446
DIODE STACK D3SBA60
BEADS INDUCTOR B-01AT
BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047AT-Y7
BEADS INDUCTOR B01-RT
BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
BEADS INDUCTOR B-01AT
BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047AT-Y7
BEADS INDUCTOR B01-RT
BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047RT-Y7
BEADS INDUCTOR RH035047AT-Y7
FILM CAPA. 0.22UF 250V
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
NOT MOUNTED
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF
FILM CAPA.
0.1UF
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF
CHEM. CAPA. 330UF
FILM CAPA. 0.047UF
CERA. CAPA. 220PF
CERA. CAPA. 220PF
CHEM. CAPA.
22UF
FILM CAPA. 0.15UF
FILM CAPA.
330PF
FILM CAPA.
330PF
FILM CAPA. 0.047UF
FILM CAPA. 6800UF
CHEM. CAPA. 2200UF
CHEM. CAPA. 1000UF
FILM CAPA.
0.1UF
CHEM. CAPA. 2200UF
FILM CAPA.
0.1UF
CERA. CAPA. 470PF
FILM CAPA. 0.047UF
CERA. CAPA. 2200PF
400V
275V
400V
200V
630V
1KV
1KV
35V
50V
100V
100V
50V
50V
16V
10V
50V
50V
50V
1KV
630V
400V
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
NOT USE
NOT MOUNTED
NOT USED
CHEM. CAPA.
10UF 50V
FILM CAPA. 0.047UF 630V
FILM CAPA.
0.1UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA. 4.7UF 400V
CHEM. CAPA.
10UF 50V
FILM CAPA.
0.1UF 50V
CHEM. CAPA. 330UF 200V
RD RESISTOR 680 K-OHM 1/4W
RN RESISTOR 56 K-OHM 2W
RN RESISTOR 62 K-OHM 3W
– 114 –
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
RANK
Power Supply Unit
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
R5
NPN
R6
NPN
R7
NPN
R8
NPN
R9
NPN
R10
NPN
R11
NPN
R12
NPN
R13
NPN
R14
NPN
R15
NPN
R16
NPN
R17
NPN
R18
NPN
R19
NPN
R20
NPN
R21
NPN
R22
NPN
R25
NPN
R26
NPN
R27
NPN
R28
NPN
R29
NPN
R30-31
NPN
CN1
NPN
F1
09990070
NPN
L1-2
*2
NPN
#2
NPN
L3
NPN
Q1
NPN
Q2
NPN
SA1
SW
*2
NPN
#2
NPN
T1
NPN
TA1
NPN
V1
V2-3
NPN
N,L
NPN
W1-2
NPN
W3
ZD1
NPN
ZD2
NPN
ZD3
*2
NPN
#2
NPN
PC1
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
PARTS NAME
RN RESISTOR 100 OHM 3W
RN RESISTOR 0.15 OHM 2W
RD RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 10 OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 680 K-OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 330 OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 560 OHM 1/4W
RD RESISTOR 2.2 K-OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 15 K-OHM 1/6W
CEMENT RESISTOR 1.5 K-OHM 3W
RD RESISTOR 3.3 K-OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 10 K-OHM 1/6W
RN RESISTOR 2.4 K-OHM 1/6W 1%
RN RESISTOR 5.1 K-OHM 1/6W
RN RESISTOR 1.5 K-OHM 1/6W 1%
RN RESISTOR 22 OHM 2W
RN RESISTOR 30 OHM 3W
CEMENT RESISTOR 15 OHM 2W
CEMENT RESISTOR 10 OHM 5W
RD RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/6W
RD RESISTOR 100 OHM 1/4W
FUSE RESISTOR RF25SC-R1K*A
CABLE UNIT 05X135CC
FUSE 215 5A-250V
ZB
FUSE HOLDER PFC5000
LINE FILTER ELF-18D650J
NOISE FILTER LFZ2805V06
INDUCTOR LAL03TA390K
FET 2SK2275
TRANSISTOR 2SC1740SE
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
SEESAW SWITCH T881SGSS9
SEESAW SWITCH SF-W1S1A14GG
CONVERTER TRANSFORMER HBF15D
TRIAC TM841S-L
1
1
1
1
VARISTOR ERZV20D241
WIRE 22UL1672BLK230T
WIRE 20UL1672BLK400T
2
2
2
ZENER DIODE RD20JSB2
ZENER DIODE RD6.2JSB2
ZENER DIODE RD4.7JSB1
ZENER DIODE RD4.7JSB1*A
OPTCOUPLER PC123FY2
INLET SS-7B
FERRITE CORE ESD-R-16C
GROUND PLATE MEP1902-A
HEAT-SHRINK TUBE F2-5.0
FERRITE CORE BP53-19-12-8
HEAT RADIATION BD PUE16-25
FASTENER T18S
HEAT RADIATION BD PUH23-35
SCREW TR 3-9 WS/WF
WIRE 18UL2.91G/Y210T
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
2
2
1
3
1
REMARKS
NOT MOUNTED
NOT MOUNTED
NOT MOUNTED
– 115 –
RANK
6.
Serial - Parallel Converter Board ( Option )
6-1. Wiring Scheme
– 116 –
6-2. I/F Board
6-2-1. Circuit diagram
6-2-2. Component Layout
6-2-3. Parts List
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
IC101
08200125 IC-I/F LT1081CN
IC102
08200109 IC-RESET M51953BL
R101
NPN
RD RESISTOR 3.3 K-OHM 1/6W
C101-104
NPN
CHEM. CAPA. 4.7UF 25V
C105
NPN
CAPACITOR 0.1UF 50V
CN101
09100461 CONNECTOR DBLC-J25SAF-23L8
CN102
09100462 CONNECTOR 5532-08A
J101-108
93930006 JUMPER WIRE STP122
– 117 –
Q’TY
REMARKS
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
8 P=10mm
RANK
6-3. CPU Board
6-3-1. Circuit diagram
– 118 –
6-3-2. Component Layout
6-3-3. Parts List
CPU Board
DRWG.NO. REV. PARTS NO.
PARTS NAME
Q’TY
REMARKS
IC1
08250011 MASKED CPU HD63B01YF-IF
1
IC2
08221021 SRAM
HM6264LFP-100NS
1
TR1
07603007 DIGITAL TRANSISTOR RTIN434C-T
1
TR2-4
06751021 CHIP RESISTOR 1 K-OHM 1/10W
3
TR5
06754721 CHIP RESISTOR 4.7 K-OHM 1/10W
1
TR6-7
06783313 CHIP RESISTOR 330 OHM 1/8W
2
TR8
06754721 CHIP RESISTOR 4.7 K-OHM 1/10W
1
RA1
NPN
RESIS. ARRAY 4.7K-OHM 1/16W8EL
1
C1
NPN
CERA. CAPA. CHIP 0.1UF 25V
1
C2
NPN
TANTALUM CAPA. CHIP 4.7UF 10V
1
C3
NPN
CERA. CAPA. CHIP 0.1UF 25V
1
C4
NOT USED
C5-6
NPN
CERA. CAPA. CHIP 1000PF 50V
2
R1
NPN
CHIP RESISTOR 4.7 K-OHM 1/10W
1
XTAL1
09250039 CERA. OSCILLATOR EFO-W4914B5
1
DSW1
09090018 DIP SWITCH KSD08
1
SW1
09010047 PUSH SWITCH SKHHLS0001
1
CN1A-1B
80706070 INTERFACE CABLE
SPC-8K
1
CN2
09100463 CONNECTOR 5533-08CPB
1
– 119 –
RANK
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