Sharp AR-151 Specifications

AR-F152
CODE: 00ZARF152/A1E
DIGITAL COPIER
(AR-F152)
MODEL
AR-151
AR-156
AR-F152
CONTENTS
[ 1 ] GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
[ 2 ] SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1
[ 3 ] CONSUMABLE PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
[ 4 ] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES . . . 4 - 1
[ 5 ] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 1
[ 6 ] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1
[ 7 ] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 1
[ 8 ] ADJUSTMENTS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 1
[ 9 ] SIMULATION, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH,
TROUBLE CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 1
[10] USER PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 1
[11] MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 1
[12] ELECTRICAL SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 1
[13] CIRCUIT DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 1
Parts marked with “ ” are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified
ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
AR-F152
CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product that complies with 21CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 of the CDRH standard and IEC825. This means that this machine does not produce hazardous laser radiation. The use of
controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This laser radiation is not a danger to the skin, but when an exact focusing of the laser beam is achieved
on the eye’s retina, there is the danger of spot damage to the retina.
The following cautions must be observed to avoid exposure of the laser beam to your eyes at the time
of servicing.
1) When a problem in the laser optical unit has occurred, the whole optical unit must be exchanged as
a unit, not as individual parts.
2) Do not look into the machine with the main switch turned on after removing the developer unit, toner
cartridge, and drum cartridge.
3) Do not look into the laser beam exposure slit of the laser optical unit with the connector connected
when removing and installing the optical system.
4) The middle frame contains the safety interlock switch.
Do not defeat the safety interlock by inserting wedges or other items into the switch slot.
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION,
WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
VORSICHT
UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG,
WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET UND
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERBRÜCKT.
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
VARO !
AVATTAESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS
OHITETTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA
NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE ÄLÄ
KATSO SÄTEESEEN.
ADVARSEL
USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING VED ÅBNING, NÅR
SIKKERHEDSBRYDERE ER UDE AF
FUNKTION. UNDGÅ UDSAETTELSE FOR
STRÅLNING.
VARNING !
LASER WAVE – LENGTH : 780 ∼ 795
Pulse times : 0.481 ms/6 mm
Out put power : 0.20 ± 0.03 mW
OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL
ÄR ÖPPNAD OCH SPÄRREN ÄR URKOPPLAD.
BETRAKTA EJ STRÅLEN. – STRÅLEN ÄR FARLIG.
AR-F152
At the production line, the output power
of the scanner unit is adjusted to 0.57
MILLI-WATT PLUS 20 PCTS and is
maintained constant by the operation of
the Automatic Power Control (APC).
Even if the APC circuit fails in operation
for some reason, the maximum output
power will only be 15 MILLI-WATT 0.1
MICRO-SEC. Giving an accessible
emission level of 42 MICRO-WATT
which is still-less than the limit of
CLASS-1 laser product.
Caution
This product contains a low power laser
device. To ensure continued safety do not
remove any cover or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer all
servicing to qualified personnel.
VAROITUS! LAITTEEN KÄYTTÄMINEN MUULLA
KUIN TÄSSÄ KÄYTTÖOHJEESSA MAINITULLA
TAVALLA SAATTAA ALTISTAA KÄYTTÄJÄN
TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1 YLITTÄVÄLLE
NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE.
VARNING - OM APPARATEN ANVÄNDS PÅ ANNAT
SÄTT ÄN I DENNA BRUKSANVISNING
SPECIFICERATS, KAN ANVÄNDAREN UTSÄTTAS
FÖR OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING, SOM
ÖVERSKRIDER GRÄNSEN FÖR LASERKLASS 1.
The foregoing is applicable only to the 220V
model, 230V model and 240V model.
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
AR-F152
[1] GENERAL
1. AR-151/156/F152 major functions
Item
CPM
SB/MB
2 tray
SPF
AR-151
15CPM
MB
Opt
∗1 Opt
AR-156
15CPM
MB
AR-F152
15CPM
MB
R-SPF
FAX
GDI with
USB
∗1 Opt
Opt
Model
Opt
GDI
without
USB
SOPM
Duplex
Opt
∗2
Opt
Descriptions of items
CPM:
Copy speed (Copies Per Minute)
SB/MB:
SB = Manual feed single bypass, MB = Manual feed multi bypass
2 tray:
Second cassette unit. The 1 tray unit (AR-DE9) is optionally available.
SPF:
Original feed unit
R-SPF:
Duplex original feed unit
FAX:
FAX function. The AR-FX3 (FAX-SPF and FAX board) is optionally available.)
GDI with USB:
GDI printer function with USB. The AR-PG1 (GDI + USB kit) is optionally available.
GDI without USB: GDI printer function without USB. The said model has no option of it.
SOPM:
Scan One Print Many function (Many copies are made by one scan.)
Duplex:
Auto duplex copy function
Descriptions of table
: Standard provision
: No function or no option available
∗1: Incompatible between SPF and FAX function
∗2: 1 tray option for Europe
2. System Configuration
(AR-F152)
(AR-151)
(AR-156)
(Options)
AR-DE9
AR-SP3
AR-PG1
AR-FX3
1 – 1
AR-F152
[2] SPECIFICATIONS
1. Basic specifications of copier
A. Basic specifications
Item
Spec.
Type
Desktop
Copy system
Dry, electrostatic
Segment (class)
Digital personal copier
AR-151: 518mm × 482.6mm × 292.6mm
AR-156: 518mm × 482.6mm × 379mm
AR-F152: 518mm × 482.6mm × 465.3mm
External dimensions (W × D × H) (mm)
AR-151: Approx. 19Kg, (drum cartridges included)
AR-156: Approx. 22Kg, (drum cartridges included)
AR-F152: Approx. 25Kg, (drum cartridges included)
Weight
B. Operation specification
Section
Item
Details
Spec.
AR-151/AR-156: 1 tray (250 sheets) + multi bypass (50 sheets)
AR-F152: 2 tray (250 sheets) + multi bypass (50 sheets)
(1 tray for Europe)
Paper feed
system
Paper size
Tray paper feed
section
A4, B5, A5 (Landscape)
56 – 80g/m2
Paper weight
Paper feed capacity
Kinds
Standard paper, specified paper, recycled paper
Remark
AB system
User adjustment of paper guide available
Paper size
A4, B5, A5, B6, A6 (Landscape)
52 – 128g/m2
Paper weight
Multi bypass paper
feed section
Paper
feed
section
Paper feed capacity
Kinds ∗1
Remark
User adjustment of paper guide available
8-1/2″ × 14″, 8-1/2 × 11″, 8-1/2″ × 5-1/2″ (Landscape)
Paper weight
15 – 21 lbs.
Paper feed capacity
Kinds
User adjustment of paper guide available
8-1/2″ × 14″, 8-1/2 × 11″, 8-1/2″ × 5-1/2″, 3-1/2″ × 5-1/2″
(Landscape)
Paper size
Multi bypass paper
feed section
Paper weight
14 – 34.5 lbs.
Paper feed capacity
50 sheets
Kinds ∗1
Standard paper, specified paper, recycled paper, OHP, Label,
Postal card
Remark
User adjustment of paper guide available
Paper size
A4, B5, A5 (Landscape)
56 – 80 g/m2
Paper weight
AB system
Paper for
Duplex
(AR-156
only)
250 sheets
Standard paper, specified paper, recycled paper
Remark
Inch system
50 sheets
Standard paper, specified paper, recycled paper, OHP, Label,
Postal card
Paper size
Tray paper feed
section
250 sheets
Standard paper,
Specified paper,
Recycled paper
Kinds
8-1/2″ × 14″, 8-1/2″ × 11″, 8-1/2″ × 5-1/2″ (Landscape)
Paper size
Paper weight
15-21 lbs
Inch system
Standard paper,
Specified paper,
Recycled paper
Kinds
∗1: OHP, Label, Postal card: each 1 pc.
2 – 1
AR-F152
Section
Paper exit section
Item
Details
Spec.
Exit way
Face down
Capacity of output
tray
100 sheets
Original set
Center Registration (left edge)
B4 (10″ × 14″)
Max. original size
Originals
Original kinds
sheet
Original size
detection
None
Scanning system
CCD sensor
Optical
section
Scanning
section
CCD sensor scanning by lighting lamp scanner
Resolution
400 dpi
Type
Lighting lamp
Xenon lamp
Voltage
1.5kV
11 ± 3W
Power consumption
Gradation
Writing
section
256 gradations/8bit
Writing system
Writing to OPC drum by the semiconductor laser
Laser unit
Resolution
Photoconductor
600 dpi
Type
OPC (30φ)
Life
Image forming
18k
Charging system
Saw -tooth charging with a grid, / (–) scorotron discharge
Transfer system
(+) DC corotron system
Separation system
(–) DC corotron system
Developing
Developing system
Dry, 2-component magnetic brush development system
Cleaning
Cleaning system
Charger
Counter blade system (Counter to rotation)
Fusing system
Fusing section
Heat roller system
Upper heat roller
Type
Teflon roller
Lower heat roller
Type
Silicon rubber roller
Type
Halogen lamp
Heater lamp
Voltage
100V
Power consumption
800W
Voltage
Power source
Local AC voltage
Frequency
Common use for 50 and 60Hz
Max.
Electrical section
AR-151/AR-156: 1000W, AR-F152: 1000W
Average (during copying) *1)
Power consumption
Average (stand-by) *1)
Pre-heat mode *
AR-151/AR-156: 310Wh/H, AR-F152: 310Wh/H
AR-151/AR-156: 70Wh/H, AR-F152: 90Wh/H
1)
AR-151/AR-156: 40Wh/H, AR-F152: 51Wh/H
1)
Auto power shut-off mode *
AR-151/AR-156: 18Wh/H, AR-F152: 23Wh/H
*1) May fluctuate due to environmental conditions and the input voltage.
C. Copy performance
Section
Copy magnification
Item
Details
Spec.
3R + 2E (AB system: 50, 70, 81, 100, 141, 200%)
(Inch system: 50, 64, 78, 100, 129, 200%)
Fixed magnification ratios
50 ∼ 200% (151 steps in 1% increments)
Zooming magnification ratios
Manual steps (manual,
photo)
5 steps
2 – 2
AR-F152
Section
Item
Details
Spec.
9.6 sec. or below (A4), 9.4 sec. or below (8-1/2" ×
14") (Pre-heat mode: 16 sec. or below / Auto powershut-off mode: 23 sec. or below)
Tray paper feed
Copy speed
First copy time
10.0 sec (Pre-heat mode: 16 sec. or below / Auto
power-shut-off mode: 23 sec. or below)
Manual paper feed
AB system: A4
(Landscape)
B5 (Landscape)
Inch system 8-1/2″
× 14″ (Landscape)
8-1/2″ × 11″
(Landscape)
Copy speed (CPM)
Copy speed (CPM)
Copy speed (CPM)
Copy speed (CPM)
Same size
15
Enlargement
15
Reduction
15
Same size
15
Enlargement
15
Reduction
15
Same size
12
Enlargement
12
Reduction
12
Same size
15
Enlargement
15
Reduction
15
Max. continuous copy
quantity
99
Leading edge
1 ∼ 4mm
Trailing edge
4mm or less, 6mm or less
(Duplex copying/both images)
Void area
Side edge void area
4.0mm or less (per side), 4.5mm or less
(Duplex copying/both images: per side)
machine with side edge void 0.5mm ∼ 4mm (Total of
both edge voids)
OC mode
Leading edge
Same size: 3.0mm or less / Enlarge (200%): 2.0mm
or less / Reduction (50%): 6.0mm or less
SPF/R-SPF/
Duplex
Leading edge
Same size: 4.0mm or less / Enlarge (200%): 3.0mm
or less / Reduction (50%): 8.0mm or less
Void
Image loss
Warm-up time
0 sec.
Power save mode reset time
0 sec.
Paper jam recovery time
0 sec.
2. Basic specifications of facsimile (AR-F152 only)
Large Item
Middle Item
CommuniTransmission
cation system method
Scanning
system
Document size
Small Item
Sub Item
Spec.
Transmission time
Approx. 6 sec. (G3 ECM/14,400bps)
Transmission Method
V17, V29, V27TER, V33 (Only Receiving)
Compression method
MH, MR, MMR
Modem speed
14,400bps → 2,400bps automatic fall back
Mutual transmission
G3
Line used
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), Private
Branch exchange (PBX),
Number of lines used
1 line (cannot be added)
ECM
YES
Max. document width
OC: B4
Unscannable region
Leading edge 1 to 4 mm, trailing edge: 4mm max., left
end + right end: either 4mm max.
Transmitted document size
SPF: Max. 10.1" × 19.7"
SPF: Min. 8.5" × 5.5"(Inch System)
SPF: 210 × 148mm (AB system)
Document size designation
B4, 8-1/2, A4, B5, A5, 5/2
Two-sided document
designation
NO
2 – 3
SPF: B4 (Multi)/ 257 × 500 (Single)
AR-F152
Large Item
Scanning
system
Scanning
system
Middle Item
Sub Item
Long document
500 mm (Single Feed with hand hold)
Automatic
document
detection
SPF
YES (Over or Under B4 size)
OC
NO
Transmission
mode
SPF/OC transmission
changeover
NO
Document
loading capacity,
scanning cycle
(SPF
performance)
Continuous, automatic feed
compatibility
NO
Document loading capacity
SPF: 30 sheets
Document scanning cycle
13 sheets/min. (Standard mode, A4R memory
transmission)
Equivalent to 256 scales
Following functions are not possible in half-Tone mode
in B4 size.
● Timer sending
● Memory sending
● Broadcast
● To store the original for memory polling.
Half tone (photo mode)
Resolution
8 dot /mm × 7.7 line / mm (Fixed)
Contrast
adjustment
Contrast selection
Standard
8 dot / mm × 3.85 line / mm
Resolution
selection
Fine
8 dot / mm × 7.7 line / mm
Super fine
8 dot / mm × 15.4 line / mm
Finest
NO
Manual in 3 stages (AE)
Printer section
resolution
Printing size
Print system
Print paper
Transmission
function
system
Spec.
Document size
Half tone
reproduction
Image
processing
system
Small Item
Easy dialing
function
Time
designation
function
600dpi
Max. printing width
215.9 mm
Print paper size detection
YES (Only width): A4/Letter or small size
Printing size
A4/Letter/Legal
Cassette capacity
250 × 2 (1 tray option for Europe)
Print paper absence
detection
By failing paper pick up
Exit Paper Tray Full sensor
NO
Feed
Paper cassette
Rapid key dialing
20 other parties
Speed dialing
100 other parties
Group dialing
20 groups (including the other parties registered to rapid
key dialing)
Phonebook transmission
By using the SEARCH key: Any other parties registered
to speed dialing and rapid key dialing can be searched
for using the first letter.
Chain dialing
YES
Redialing
The last number dialed is saved
Program
NO
Mode recall
NO
Time specified
transmission/polling
Time of day specified for transmission or polling. Max.3
2 – 4
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Small Item
Automatic recall mode
when other party is busy
Recall mode when
communication error occurs
Recall mode
Memory Transmission/direct
transmission
Sub Item
Spec.
Intervals
1 to 15 minutes
Count
1 to 14 times/0: no re-transmission
Intervals
1 to 15 minutes
Count
1 to 14 times/0: no re-transmission
Transmitted
Pages
Beginning with the page where error occurred
Number of transmissions
counted in recall mode
simultaneously
Max. 20 transmissions
Subsequent transmission
reservation override in
recall mode
YES
Memory
Transmission
YES
Number of
transmission
Reservations
that can be
made
Max. 20
Transmission is cancelled when using Timer, Group or
Broadcast function. Only scanned’ data is transmitted.
Memory transmission
Processing
when memory is
full
∗ The number of pages to be actually sent does not
always correspond to the one passing through the
SPF in case of communication error.
∗ The transmission is cancelled when communication
error occurs.
Transmission
function
system
Setting change
After
Transmission
Setting
Line sound
monitoring
function
Broadcast
function
Direct transmission
YES
Default setting
By Memory All Clear
Dialing confirmation
monitoring
YES (Service Man diagnostic.)
Broadcast transmission
Number of
destinations
50 destinations (Including the Group Dial)
Transmission
method
Broadcast key, group key
Usable numbers
Rapid or Speed keys
Transmitted to group registered to rapid keys or speed
dial.
Group dialing
Boadcast
function
NO
Relay transmission
Confidential
function
Confidential transmission
Batch
transmission
function
Batch transmission
Instructing
Station
NO
Relay station
NO
Multiple relay
NO
Number of relay
groups
NO
Number of
Receiving
stations that
may be
Specified per
Group
NO
Other party’s
Station
NO
NO
2 – 5
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Priority function
Transmission
function
system
Small Item
Sub Item
Spec.
Transmission reservation
interrupt
NO
Broadcast interrupt
NO
Recall mode interrupt
NO
Multiple
message
transmission
function
Multiple message
transmission
NO
Rotational
Transmission
Rotational transmission
Book document
transmission
Book document transmission
OK stamp
Remote transmission
(Memory Polling)
Remote
transmission
(polling
transmission
function)
Protective function
Paper size
NO
Transmission
method
YES (From OC mode)
Consecutive
page
transmission
(page splitting)
NO
OK stamp
NO
Remote
Transmission
YES (From Memory)
Check by other
Party’s number
NO
Check by
Matching of
System number
(user’s own
machine) and
ID number
(other party’s
Machine)
(between Sharp
machines only)
NO
Automatic receiving (can be switched to A.M mode or
manual receiving in key operator program)
Default setting
Number of calls
Receiving mode
0 to 9 times (factory-set to twice: can be changed in
key operator program)
- The external telephone rings once if set the number
of calls for automatic receiving to 0 times.
Automatic receiving
Automatic
phone/fax
switching
NO
Manual receiving
Manual
receiving setting
YES
Manual receiving
Number of
Switching calls
to automatic
Receiving in
manual
receiving mode
OFF/1 to 9 times
Answering
Machine mode
YES
Receiving
function
system
Receiving mode
Telephone message
receiver connection
Automatically
switch to
ON / OFF
automatic receive
Quiet detect time
Receiving mode
timer switching
OFF/ 1 to 9 sec.
NO
2 – 6
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Variable scale
factor receiving
Small Item
Reduction
Sub Item
YES (ON/OFF in key operator program)
By received
data print size
Designation
YES
Enlargement
Memory
Substitute receiving into
receiving function memory
Transfer
Receiving
function
system
Number
specified
receiving
NO
Substitute
Receiving into
Memory
Only when data cannot be output
Forced memory
receiving
NO
Received data
override Output
NO
Transfer at occurrence of
trouble
YES
Receiving of only specified
number enabled
NO
Anti junk fax mode
YES (ON/OFF) 10 group, 20 letters
Sender
Confidential
function
Confidential receiving
NO
Mailbox name
NO
Confidential ID
code
NO
NO
Split size
YES
Split receiving setting
YES (according to paper selection condition in key
operator program)
Split receiving
Two-sided
document
receiving
NO
2-in-1 receiving
NO
Transmission request
Transmission
Request
YES
Resolution at
transmission
Request
Depends on the Sending Machine.
Turnaround
transmission
NO
Speed dialing
Registration
system
NO
Mailbox
Rotational
receiving
Transmission
request (polling
receiving
function)
Spec.
Reduction made
within Regular
size
Number
registration
Speed dialing
Number of other
parties
100 other parties
Number of other
party’s Number
digits
20 digits
Registered name
20 letters (may be omitted)
Searched letters
Up to 1 letter
User tag
Classification
NO
International
communication
mode setting
NO
Transmission
method
Speed dialing key + (00 to 99) + start key
2 – 7
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Small Item
Rapid key dialing
Number
registration
Group dialing
Registration
system
Sub Item
Spec.
Number of other
parties
20 other parties
Number of other
party’s Number
digits
20 digits
Registered name
20 letters (may be omitted)
Searched letters
Up to 1 letter
User tag
Classification
NO
International
communication
mode setting
NO
Transmission
method
Rapid key dialing
Registration keys
Rapid keys
Max. number of
registered other
parties per group
50 other parties
Registrable
Number
Numbers registered to speed dialing and rapid key
dialing.
Registered name
20 letters (may be omitted)
Searched letters
NO
User tag
Classification
NO
Transmission
method
Group dialing
Number of
programs
NO
Registerable item NO
Program
Registered name
NO
Calling method
NO
Setting change
After calling
NO
Registration key
NO
Number of other
parties
NO
Registration
method
NO
Sender’s name
24 letters, registered in key operator program
Sender’s number
20 digits, registered in key operator program
Transmission request
enable number
Transmission
Request source
Number
Registration
NO
System number
System number
Registration
NO
ID number
ID number
Registration
NO
Batch
Sender
Registration
Transmission
request/remote
transmission
enable number
registration
Letter input
Sender registration
Input method
Key input
YES
Letters that may be input
Characters
Alphanumeric characters, symbols
Registered data
read-out, read-in
NO
Date & time
adjustment
Registered in key operator program
Support terms is from 1990 to 2089.
Date indication
change
NO
Backup
Registered data backup at
power failure
SRAM used, built-in battery-backed
2 – 8
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Small Item
Sub Item
Handset
Telephone
Function
System
On-hook
YES
Hold
NO
Pause
YES (2 second fixed)
Phone
transmission at
power failure
NO
Ringer volume
Adjusted in key operator program
Speaker volume
Adjusted by pressing arrow keys on the fax control panel
Tone pulse
switching
Switched between 10 pps and TONE in key operator
program (North America)
External
telephone
connection
YES
Automatic
telephone/fax
switching
Memory capacity
Remote receiving switching
YES (switching number in 1 digit +**) 0 to 9
NO
Audio response
NO
Response voice recording
NO
Standard
2MB (Approx. 120 pages/A4)
Option
NO
Yes
Job memory back up: Approx. 1 hour (after min. 6
minutes charge)
Configuration Memory back up to 5 years.
Memory Back up
Fax Memory
Memory
Contents
(transmission
reservation)
confirmation
LCD indication
NO
Print out
YES
Memory remain
indication
YES (Memory available percent display 3 digits in % on
LCD
Page counter
NO
Date printing
YES (Year: month: day/ year in 4 digits)
LCD: 2 digits / Print: 4 digits
Date indication change
Additional
information
printing
function for
transmission
Cover function
Transmission
message
Sender printing
function
Additional
printing
function for
receiving
Spec.
NO
Cover item
NO
Other party’s
name
YES
Other party’s
number
YES
Sender’s name
YES
Sender’s number
YES
Transmission
message
YES
Regular message
NO MESSAGE/URGENT/
IMPORTANT/CONFIDENTIAL/PLS.DISTRIBUTE/PLS.
CALL BACK
User message
NO
Sender’s number
20 digits
Sender’s name
24 letters
Index printing
YES
2 – 9
AR-F152
Large Item
Middle Item
Communication
record function
Record table
system
Communication
result report
function
Other report/list
Other party
confirmation
function
CSI function
Others
Department
management
Operation panel
display
Small Item
Sub Item
Spec.
Communication record table
size
A4, LETTER, Legal (not output if size setting is not A4,
LETTER, legal or larger)
Communication record
memory capacity
50 communications for transmission/receiving respectively
Communication record table
Number of
communications
50 communications for transmission/receiving respectively
Time-specified
output
YES 5 kinds, Every day, Each 2 day, Each 4 day, Once
a week, OFF
The print time is fixed at 00:00.
When recording
Memory is full
NO
Printing
sequence
LAST IN LAST OUT
Department-bydepartment
output
NO
Time-specified
communication table
Common to transmission record table
Confidential receiving
confirmation table
NO
Communication result table
(transmission)
YES (ALWAYS PRINT, ERROR/ TIMER, SEND ONLY,
NEVER PRINT, ERROR ONLY)
Broadcast transmission
report
NO
Communication result table
(receiving)
YES
Document image printing
when memory transmission
is not yet made
NO
Rapid key dialing list
YES (output as telephone number list)
Speed dialing list
YES (output as telephone number list)
Group dialing list
YES
Transmission activity list
YES
ID/sender list
NO
Batch transmission
confirmation list
NO
Confidential ID list
NO
Option setting list
YES
Telephone list
YES
Timer list
YES
Anti junk fax number list
YES
Receptions activity List
YES
Memory image erasure list
NO
Other party confirmation
display
NO
CSI
YES
Department-by-department
user restriction
NO
Number of set departments
NO
Department-by-department
charge management function
NO
LCD
20 letters by 2 lines
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Large Item
Others
Middle Item
Small Item
Sub Item
Spec.
Auto startup
mode
NO
Distinctive Ring
(Only North
America and
Australia)
YES
Power
consumption
Energy star compatibility
YES
Automatic
Summer Set
(Only Europe)
YES
PBX setting
(Only Europe)
YES
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[3] CONSUMABLE PARTS
1. Supply system table
A. SEC governments
No.
1
Name
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Content
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
Life
× 10
65K
Product name
AR-152MT-J
Package
1
× 10
Remark
∗ Life setup is based
on A4 6%.
MT=NT∗10
B. SEC/SECL/LAG
No.
Name
Content
Life
Product name
Package
Remark
1
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
× 10
65K
AR-152MT
1
∗ Life setup is based
on A4 6%.
MT=NT∗10
2
Developer
Developer
(Developer: Net Weight 170g)
× 10 250K
AR-152MD
1
MD=ND∗10
3
Drum kit
Drum
Drum fixing plate
AR-152DR
10
× 10
× 1
× 1
25K
Note: Printing of the master/individual cartons is made in 2 languages, English/French.
Packed together with the machine: DR 25K/Developer UN/Process UN
C. Europe subsidiaries/East Europe/SCA/SCNZ
No.
1
Name
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Content
Life
Product name
Package
Remark
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
× 10
65K
AR-152LT
1
LT=T∗10
× 10 250K
AR-152LD
1
LD=DV∗10
AR-152DM
10
2
Developer
Developer
(Developer :Net Weight 170g)
3
Drum kit
Drum
Drum fixing plate
× 10
× 1
× 1
25K
Note: Printing of the master/individual cartons is made in 4 languages, English/French/German/Spanish.
Packed together with the machine: DR 25K/Developer UN/Process UN
D. SMEF (Middle East, Africa) Israel/Russia/CIS/Taiwan/Philippines
No.
Name
Content
Life
Product name
Package
Remark
1
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
× 10
65K
AR-152ET
1
∗ Life setup is based
on A4 6%.
ET=FT∗10
2
Developer
Developer
(Developer :Net Weight 170g)
× 10 250K
AR-152CD
1
CD=SD∗10
3
Drum kit
Drum
Drum fixing plate
AR-152DR
10
× 10
× 1
× 1
25K
Note: Printing of the master/individual cartons is made in 4 languages, English/French/German/Spanish.
Packed together with the machine: DR 25K/Developer UN/Process UN
E. Asia (Subsidiary)
No.
Name
Content
Life
Product name
Package
Remark
1
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
× 10
65K
AR-152CT
1
∗ Life setup is based
on A4 6%.
CT=ST∗10
2
Developer
Developer
(Developer :Net Weight 170g)
× 10 250K
AR-152CD
1
CD=SD∗10
3
Drum kit
Drum
Drum fixing plate
AR-152DR
10
× 10
× 1
× 1
25K
Note: Printing of the master/individual cartons is made in 4 languages, English/French/German/Spanish.
Packed together with the machine: DR 25K/Developer UN/Process UN
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F. SRH/SOCC Chinese language version
No.
Name
Content
Life
Product name
Package
Remark
1
Toner CA(Black) with IC
Toner
(Toner :Net Weight 210g)
Polyethylene bag
× 10
65K
AR-152CT-C
1
∗ Life setup is based
on A4 6%.
CTC=STC∗10
2
Developer
Developer
(Developer :Net Weight 170g)
× 10 250K
AR-152CD-C
1
CDC=SDC∗10
3
Drum kit
Drum
Drum fixing plate
AR-152DR-C
10
× 10
× 1
× 1
25K
Note: Printing of the master/individual cartons is made in 2 languages, English/Chinese.
Packed together with the machine: DR 25K/Developer UN/Process UN
2. Environmental
3. Production control number(lot No.)
identification
The environmental conditions for assuring the copy quality and the
machine operations are as follows:
〈Developing cartridge〉
(1) Normal operating condition
Temperature:20˚C~25
Humidity:65 ± 5%RH
Production month
(2) Acceptable operating condition
Production day
Destination code
Humidity (RH)
85%
(Dealer, distributor, OEM, etc.)
Production place
(SOCC: Fixed to B.)
End digit of year
60%
Version No.
∗:Destination
Division
20%
EX Destination
10˚C
30˚C
35˚C
Option Destination
(3) Optical condition
Humidity (RH)
90%
No.
A same pack
G
B same pack
H
A
P
B
Q
〈Drum cartridge〉
The label on the drum cartridge shows the date of production.
(SOCC production)
60%
Production month
Production day
Destination code
(Dealer, distributor, OEM, etc.)
15%
Production place
(SOCC: Fixed to B.)
End digit of year
–25˚C
30˚C
40˚C
Version No.
(4) Supply storage condition
〈JAPAN production〉
Humidity (RH)
90%
Ver.A
9
1
1
0001
X
Production month
(1 - 9 = Jan. - Sep. 0 = Oct. X = Nov. Y = Dec.)
Serial number of month
Fixed to 1.
Pack division
(See table below)
20%
End digit of year
Version No.
–5˚C
45˚C
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Division
4. TD cartridge replacement
No.
Ex production
1
Option
2
Same pack
3
1) Open the front and side cabinets of the copier.
2) Keep holding Toner lover, and
3) Carefully pull out Toner unit from the copier.
2
3
Production control
label attachment position
1
4) Put Toner unit in a collection bag immediately after removing it from
the copier
Production control
label attachment position(*1)
∗1 The production control label is not attached to the cartridge of a
China product.
Note: Never carry exposed Toner unit. Be sure to put it in the collection bag.
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[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES
1. Appearance
3
4
14 15
16
5
17
AR-F152 only
2
19
20
7
1
AR-156 only
6
18
21
8
9
22
10
13
24
19
23
11
12
1
Operation panel
2
Original table
3
SPF exit area ∗1
4
Original guides ∗1
5
Document feeder tray ∗1
6
FAX operation panel ∗1
7
Original cover
8
Side cover
9
Bypass tray
10
Bypass tray guides
11
Side cover open button
12
Front cover
13
Paper tray
14
R-SPF exit area ∗2
15
Middle tray ∗2
16
Original guides ∗2
17
Document feeder tray ∗2
18
Feeding roller cover ∗2
19
Handle
20
Cover for optional printer interface ∗
21
Paper output tray
22
Paper output tray extension
23
Power switch
24
Power cord socket
∗ A GDI expansion kit is optional.
∗1 AR-F152 only
∗2 AR-156 only
2. Internal
1
2
3
4
6
5
1
Toner cartridge lock release lever
2
Toner cartridge
3
Photoconductive drum
4
Transfer charger
5
Charger cleaner
6
Fusing unit release lever
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3. Operation panel
1
20
2
3
4
14
5
6
7
15
8
16
9
10
17
11 12
18
13
19
1
Exposure mode selector key and indicators
Use to sequentially select the exposure modes: AUTO,
MANUAL or PHOTO. Selected mode is shown by a lit
indicator.
2
Light and dark keys and exposure indicators
Use to adjust the MANUAL or PHOTO exposure level.
Selected exposure level is shown by a lit indicator.
Use to start and terminate user program setting.
3
Alarm indicators
:Developer replacement required indicator
:Misfeed indicator
:TD cartridge replacement required indicator
:Maintenance indicator
4
SPF indicator
(AR-156, AR-F152 only)
5
SPF misfeed indicator
(AR-156, AR-F152 only)
6
Copy ratio selector key and copy ratio indicators
Use to sequentially select preset reduction/enlargement
copy ratios.
Selected copy ratio is shown by a lit indicator.
7
Zoom indicator
8
Copy ratio display (%) key
9
Display
Displays the specified copy quantity, zoom copy ratio,
user program code, and error code.
10
ON LINE indicator / ON LINE KEY
Lights up when the machine is used as a printer.
To use as a printer, an optional printer expansion kit is
needed.
(AR-151, AR-156 only)
11
ON LINE KEY
Changes between the on-line and off-line modes when
the PCL expansion kit has been installed and a PCL
printer is used.
Changes modes from the off-line to on-line when the
GDI expansion kit has been installed and a GDI printer
is used.
(AR-151, AR-156 only)
12
DATA indicator
Indicates that the printer is receiving or processing print
data. To use the copier as a printer, an optional PCL
expansion kit is needed.
(AR-151, AR-156 only)
13
Power save indicator
Lights up when the copier is in a power save mode.
14
Tray select key
Use to select a paper feed station (paper tray or
bypass tray).
15
Paper feed location indicators
Light up to show the selected paper feed station.
16
Zoom keys
Use to select any reduction or enlargement copy ratio
from 50% to 200% in 1% increments.
17
Copy quantity keys
• Use to select the desired copy quantity (1 to 99).
• Use to make user program entries.
18
Clear key
• Press to clear the display, or press during a copy run
to terminate copying.
• Press and hold down during standby to display the
total number of copies made to date.
19
Print key and ready indicator
• Copying is possible when the indicator is on.
• Use to set a user program.
20
Duplex Mode select key and indicator
(AR-156 only)
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4. Operation Panel (AR-F152 only)
1
2
22
21
3
20
ENTER
4
BOOK SEND
5
6
19
AUTO
MANUAL
A.M.
FUNCTION
RESOLUTION CONTRAST BROADCAST
RECEPTION
MODE
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
17
16
7
18
19
20/POLL
ABC
DEF
DOCUMENT
GHI
JKL
MNO
SPEED/
SEARCH
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
REDIAL/
PAUSE
8
15
14
SPEAKER
STOP
FAX START
13
9
12
10
1
3
5
7
9
11
11
Left arrow key (
) and right arrow key (
)
Press these keys to scroll through a menu. During
input mode, these keys are also sometimes used to
move the cursor.
Liquid crystal display
Shows various messages during fax operation and
programming.
RESOLUTION key
Press this key to adjust the resolution before sending
faxes.
Rapid keys
Press one of these keys to dial a fax or telephone
number automatically.
Press Rapid key 20 to start polling. (Note that you
must attach the Rapid key labels.)
∗/ #
Press these keys to enter symbols during the name
storing procedure.
Press the “∗” key to change from pulse dialing to
tone dialing mode.
FAX START key
Press this key to begin sending a fax or manually
receiving a fax.
2
FUNCTION key
Press this key to enter function mode.
4
BOOK SEND key
Press this key to fax a document from the original table.
6
CONTRAST key
Press this key to adjust the contrast before sending
faxes.
8
Number keys
Press these keys to dial numbers, and enter numbers
and letters during number/name storing procedures.
10
12
13
REDIAL/PAUSE key
Press this key to automatically redial the last number
you dialed. Also, press this key to insert a pause when
entering numbers.
14
15
DOCUMENT key
Press this key to perform a direct send fax transmission.
16
17
RECEPTION MODE key
Press this key to select the mode of reception.
18
19
21
MANUAL light
This light indicates that the machine must be answered
manually.
ENTER key
Press this key to decide an item in a menu, or to enter
numbers and letters you have typed in.
20
22
4 – 3
STOP key
Press this key to stop an operation before it is
completed, or to delete the number that was last input.
This key is also used to close the line when manually
dialing.
SPEAKER key
Press this key to begin manual dialing. (To close the
line, press the SPEAKER key again.)
SPEED/SEARCH key
Press this key to dial a two digit Speed Dial number.
During character inputting, use this key to delete an
incorrect entry.
Also, press this key twice to search for an automatic
dialing number.
BROADCAST key
Press this key to send documents to a group of
receiving fax machines.
A.M. light
This light indicates the answering machine will answer
the line if properly connected.
AUTO light
This light indicates that the machine will answer the
machine automatically.
LCD contrast dial
Turn this dial to adjust the contrast level of the LCD.
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5. Motors and solenoids
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
No.
Part name
9
Control signal
Function operation
1
Toner motor
TM
Supplies toner.
2
Mirror motor
MRMT
Drives the optical mirror base (scanner unit).
3
SPF motor
SPMT
Drives the single pass feeder
4
Original feed solenoid
SPUS
Original feed solenoid
5
Cooling fan motor
VFM
Cools the optical section.
6
Main motor
MM
Drives the copier.
7
Resist roller solenoid
RRS
Resist roller rotation control solenoid
8
Multi paper feed solenoid
MPFS
Multi manual pages feed solenoid
9
Paper feed solenoid
CPFS1
Cassette paper feed solenoid 1
10
Paper feed solenoid
CPFS2
Cassette paper feed solenoid 2
11
Duplex Motor
DMT
Drivers the duplex paper transport section
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6. Sensors and switches
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
15
No.
Name
Signal
14
Type
13
12 11
10
9
Function
Output
1
Mirror home position
sensor
MHPS
Transmission sensor
Mirror (scanner unit) home
position detection
“H” at home position
2
SDOD sensor
SDOD
Transmission sensor
SPF open/close detection
Book sensor
“L” at paper pass
3
POD sensor
POD
Transmission sensor
Paper exit detection
“H” at paper pass
4
SPF sensor
SPID/
SDSW
Transmission sensor
Paper entry detection
Cover open/close detection
“L” at paper pass
5
SPPD sensor
SPPD
Transmission sensor
Paper transport detection
“L” at paper pass
6
PPD2 sensor
PPD2
Transmission sensor
Paper transport detection 2
“L” at paper pass
7
Cassette detection switch
CED1
Microswitch
Cassette installation
detection
“H” at cassette insertion
8
Cassette detection switch
CED2
Microswitch
Cassette installation
detection
9
Paper size detection switch
PSW1
Microswitch
Detects A4/Letter or
smaller sizes
10
Paper size detection
swtich 2
PSW2
Microswitch
Detects A4/Letter or
smaller sizes
11
PPD1 sensor
PPD1
Transmission sensor
Paper transport detection 1
“L” at paper pass
12
PPD3 sensor
PPD3
Transmission sensor
Paper transport detection 3
“L” at paper pass
13
Door switch
DSW
Micro switch
Door open/close detection
(safety switch for 5V)
1 or 0V of 5V at door
open
14
Door switch
DSW
Micro switch
Door open/close detection
(safety switch for 24V)
1 or 0V of 24V at door
open
15
Drum reset switch
DRST
Micro switch
New drum detection switch
Instantaneously “H” at
insertion of new drum
4 – 5
1 or 0V of 5V at door
open
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7. PWB unit
2
3
1
4
5
6
7
8
12
11
9
10
No.
Name
Function
1
Exposure lamp invertor PWB
Exposure lamp (Xenon lamp) control
2
GDI/USB PWB
For GDI/USB interface
3
Main PWB (MCU)
Copier control
4
FAX control PWB
For FAX control
5
Memory PWB 6MB
For memorizing data
6
FAX operation PWB
Operation input/LCD display
7
LSU PWB
For laser control
8
LSU motor PWB
For polygon motor drive
9
TCS PWB
For toner sensor control
10
Operation PWB
Operation input/display
11
CCD sensor PWB
For image scanning
12
Power PWB
AC power input, DC voltage control, High voltage control
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8. Cross sectional view
1
6
5
3 4
7
2
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
19
No.
18
Part name
17
(AR-F152)
Function and operation
1
Paper exit roller
Roller for paper exit
2
Lens unit
Scans the original image with the lens and the CCD.
3
LSU (Laser unit)
Converts the original image signal into laser beams and writes onto the drum.
4
Main charger
Provides negative charges evenly to the drum surface.
5
Paper exit roller
Discharges documents.
6
Pickup roller
Picks up documents.
7
Separation roller
Separates documents to feed properly.
8
PS roller
Feeds documents to the scanning section.
9
Scanner unit
Illuminates the original with the copy lamp and passes the reflected light to the lens unit (CCD).
10
Exposure lamp
Exposure lamp (Xenon lamp) Illuminates original
11
Heat roller
Fuses toner on the paper. (Teflon roller)
12
Pressure roller
Fuses toner on the paper. (Silicon rubber roller)
13
Drum
Forms images.
14
Transfer unit
Transfers images onto the drum.
15
Pickup roller
Picks up the manual feed paper. (In multi feed only)
16
Manual paper feed
tray
Tray for manual feed paper
17
Manual paper feed
roller
Transport the paper from the manual paper feed port.
18
PS roller unit
Takes synchronization between the lead edge and the rear edge of the paper.
19
Paper feed roller
Picks up a sheet of paper from the cassette.
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8"(20cm)
[5] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
8"(20cm)
1. COPIER INSTALLATION
Improper installation may damage the copier. Please note the
following during initial installation and whenever the copier is
moved.
4"
(10cm)
Caution: If the copier is moved from a cool place to a warm
place, condensation may form inside the copier.
Operation in this condition will cause poor copy
quality and malfunctions. Leave the copier at room
temperature for at least 2 hours before use.
4"
(10cm)
2. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING
Be careful in handling the copier as follows to maintain the performance of this copier.
Do not drop the copier, subject it to shock or strike it against
any object.
Do not install your copier in areas that are:
● damp, humid, or very dusty
● exposed to direct sunlight
Do not expose the drum cartridge to direct sunlight.
Doing so will damage the surface (green portion) of the drum
cartridge, causing poor print quality.
● poorly ventilated
Store spare supplies such as drum cartridges and TD
cartridges in a dark place without removing from the package
before use.
If they are exposed to direct sunlight, poor print quality may
result.
Do not touch the surface (green portion) of the drum cartridge.
● subject to extreme temperature or humidity changes, e.g.,
near an air conditioner or heater.
Doing so will damage the surface of the cartridge, causing poor
print quality.
The copier should be installed near an accessible power outlet
for easy connection.
Be sure to connect the power cord only to a power outlet that
meets the specified voltage and current requirements.
Also make certain the outlet is properly grounded.
Be sure to allow the required space around the machine for
servicing and proper ventilation.
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3. CHECKING PACKED COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
6. Developer unit INSTALLATION
1) 2) 3) Open the side and front cabinets of the copier.
4) Remove the locking tape of the developer unit.
5) Remove the screw which is fixing the copier and
Developer unit.
6) Remove Developer unit slowly from the copier.
Open the carton and check if the following components and accessories are included.
Power cord
Line cord
FAX model
only
5
1
2
3
Copier
Drum cartridge
(installed in copier)
4
4. UNPACKING
7) Remove the screw (1 pc).
8) Remove Upper developer unit.
Be sure to hold the handles on both sides of the copier to unpack the copier and carry it to the installation location.
5. REMOVING PROTECTIVE PACKING
MATERIALS
9) Shake the aluminum bag to stir developer
10) Supply developer from the aluminum bag to the top of the
MX roller evenly.
1) Remove pieces of tape and protective cover. Then open the
original cover and remove protective materials (a) and (b).
2) Use a coin (or suitable object) to remove the screw.
Store the screw in the paper tray because it will be used if
the copier has to be moved.
Note: Be careful not to splash developer outside Developer
unit.
11) Attach Upper developer unit and fix it with a screw.
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12) Rotate the MG roller gear to distribute developer evenly.
4) Insert Toner unit carefully into the copier.
5) Insert until the hook is engaged with the copier as shown in
the figure below.
Note: Never rotate the gear in the reverse direction.
Note: When carrying Developer unit, do not tilt it extremely
as shown with the arrow in the figure below.
(Prevention of splash of developer)
6) Pull out the shutter in the arrow direction.
13) Insert Developer unit carefully into the copier.
Note: Quick insertion may result in splash of developer. Be
sure to insert carefully.
14) Confirm that Developer unit is completely inserted to the
bottom of the machine, fix Developer unit and the machine
with a screw.
15) Completion of Developer unit installation
Note: Do not hold and carry the shutter. Otherwise the shutter may drop and Toner unit may drop.
7) Completion of Toner unit installation
Close the front and side cabinets.
7. TONER CARTRIDGE INSTALLATION
Note: This copier is equipped with two paper trays. Load copy
paper into the two paper trays.
8. LOADING COPY PAPER
1) To prevent against uneven distribution of toner, hold Toner
unit with both hands and shake it several times horizontally.
1) Raise the handle of the paper tray and pull the paper tray
out until it stops.
2) Hold the section of Toner unit shown in the figure below,
remove the packing tape, and remove the cushion.
3) Pull out the cushion in the arrow direction.
2) Remove the pressure plate lock. Rotate the pressure plate
lock in the direction of the arrow to remove it while pressing
down the pressure plate of the paper tray.
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3) Store the pressure plate lock which has been removed in
step 2 and the screw which has been removed when unpacking (see page 4-2, step 2 of REMOVING PROTECTIVE PACKING MATERIALS) in the front of the paper tray.
To store the pressure plate lock, rotate the lock to fix it on
the relevant location.
4) Adjust the paper guides on the paper tray to the copy paper
width and length.
Squeeze the lever of paper guide (A) and slide the guide to
match with the width of the paper.
Move paper guide (B) to the appropriate slot as marked on
the tray.
Paper guide (B)
L
TE
E
LIN
10. Connecting Other Devices
Paper guide (A)
If desired, an answering machine or external telephone can be
connected to the unit through the telephone jack, labeled “TEL”,
on the rear of the unit.
5) Fan the copy paper and insert it into the tray. Make sure the
edges go under the corner hooks.
Note: Do not load paper above the maximum height line (
).
Exceeding the line will cause a paper misfeed.
● Connecting an answering machine to the unit allows you to
receive both voice and fax messages when you are out. To
use this feature, first change the outgoing message of your
answering machine, and then set the reception mode of the
unit to “A.M”. (Answering Machine mode) when you go out.
Note: If you are using distinctive ringing with an answering
machine, you do not need to follow the procedure
described below. (Please note that when distinctive ringing is used, the answering machine must be connected
to a separate wall jack, not to your fax.)
6) Gently push the paper tray back into the copier.
Note: After loading copy paper, to cancel the blinking “P”
without restarting copying, press the clear (
) key.
The “P” in the display will go out and the ready (
) indicator will light up.
The outgoing message of your answering machine should be
changed to inform callers who want to send a fax to press their
FAX START key.
Comments:
1) It is advisable to keep the length of the message under 10
seconds. If it is too long, you may have difficulty receiving
faxes sent by automatic dialing.
2) Your callers can even leave a voice message and send a
fax message on the same call. Modify your outgoing message to explain that this can be done by pressing their FAX
START key after leaving their voice message.
● You can connect an extension phone to the unit to make and
receive calls like any other extension phone on your line.
Even if you pick up the extension phone and hear a fax tone,
the unit will automatically cut in and take over the line. Note,
however, that if you also have a PC modem on the same
line, you must turn on the Remote Reception function, and
deactivate the Fax Signal Receive function. See “Setting Up
the Unit for Use with a PC Modem” and “Using the Remote
Reception Function” in Chapter 2).
9. Connecting the Telephone Line Cord
Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the unit
marked “LINE” .Plug the other side into a standard (RJ11C)
single-line telephone wall jack. Be sure not to plug this line cord
into the “TEL” jack. The “TEL” jack is used to attach an extension telephone or answering machine to the unit. (See “Connecting Other Devices” in this chapter for details.)
Note: The Remote Reception function is initially set to “ON”.
11. POWER TO COPIER
1) Ensure that the power switch of the copier is in the OFF
position. Insert the attached power cord into the power cord
socket at the rear of the copier.
2) Plug the other end of the power cord into the nearest outlet.
Note: If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or
power surges, we recommend that you install surge
protectors for the power and telephone lines. Surge
protectors can be purchased from your dealer or at most
telephone specialty stores.
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[6] OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
1. Outline of operation
The outline of operation is described referring to the basic configuration.
(Basic configuration)
Scanner section
CCD
Operation
section
MCU (Main control/image process section)
LSU (Laser unit)
Laser diode, Polygon mirror lens
Laser beam
Paper exit
Fusing section
Process section
Printer section
Paper transport section
Cassette paper
feed section
Manual paper
feed section
(Outline of copy operation)
Setting conditions
1) Set copy conditions such as the copy quantity and the copy density with the operation section, and press the COPY button. The information
on copy conditions is sent to the MCU.
Image scanning
2) When the COPY button is pressed, the scanner section starts scanning of images.
The light from the copy lamp is reflected by the document and passed through the lens to the CCD.
Photo signal/Electric signal conversion
3) The image is converted into electrical signals by the CCD circuit and passed to the MCU.
Image process
4) The document image signal sent from the CCD circuit is processed under the revised conditions and sent to the LSU (laser unit) as print data.
Electric signal/Photo signal (laser beam) conversion
5) The LSU emits laser beams according to the print data.
(Electrical signals are converted into photo signals.)
6) The laser beams are radiated through the polygon mirror and various lenses to the OPC drum.
Printing
7) Electrostatic latent images are formed on the OPC drum according to the laser beams, and the latent images are developed to be visible images (toner images).
8) Meanwhile the paper is fed to the image transfer section in synchronization with the image lead edge.
9) After the transfer of toner images onto the paper, the toner images are fused to the paper by the fusing section. The copied paper is discharged
onto the exit tray.
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2. Scanner section
Sub scanning direction
Sensor scanning area
A. How to scan documents
Main
scanning
direction
The scanner has sensors that are arranged in a line. These sensors scan a
certain area of a document at a time and deliver outputs sequentially. When
the line is finished, the next line is scanned, and this procedure is repeated.
The figure below shows the case where the latter two sections of an image
which are scanned are shown with solid lines and the former two sections
which are being transmitted are shown with dotted lines.
The direction of this line is called “main scanning direction,” and the scanning
direction “sub scanning direction.”
In the figure above, one line is divided into 4 sections. Actually, however, one
line is divided into thousands of sections. For scanning, the light receiving element called CCD is used.
The basic resolution indicates the scanner capacity. The basic resolution is expressed in dpi (dot/inch) which shows the number of light emitting elements per
inch on the document.
The basic resolution of this machine is 400dpi.
In the sub scanning direction, at the same time, the motor that drives the optical system is controlled to scan the image at the basic resolution.
Original
1
2
3
4
5
Image data sent to the ICU PWB
5
4
3
2
1
To MCU PWB
B. Basic structure of scanner section
(11)
(1)
(4)
(5)
(2)
(8)
(3)
(7)
2
(6)
(9) (10)
1
Copy lamp (Xenon lamp)
Reflector (light conversion plate)
3
No. 1 mirror
4
No. 2 mirror
5
No. 3 mirror
6
Lens
7
No. 2/3 mirror unit
8
Copy lamp unit
9
CCD
10
Mirror motor
11
MHPS (Mirror home position sensor)
The scanner unit performs scanning in the digital optical system.
The light from the light source (Xenon lamp) is reflected by a document and passed through three mirrors and reduction lenses to the CCD element
(image sensor) where images are formed. This system is known as the reduction image sensor system. Photo energy on the CCD element is converted into electrical signals (analog signals). (Photo-electric conversion). The output signals (analog signals) are converted into digital signals (A/D
conversion) and passed to the MCU (main control/image process section). The resolution at that time is 400dpi.
The mirror unit in the scanner section is driven by the mirror motor.
The MHPS is provided to detect the home position of the copy lamp unit.
3. Laser unit
The image data sent from the MCU (image process circuit) is sent to
the LSU (laser unit), where it is converted into laser beams.
(3)
A. Basic structure
(2)
(1)
(4)
The LSU unit is the writing section of the digital optical system.
The semiconductor laser is used as the light source, and images are
formed on the OPC drum by the polygon mirror and fθ lens, etc.
The laser beams are passed through the collimator lens, the cylindrical
lens, the polygon mirror, the fθ lens, and the mirror to form images on
the OPC drum in the main scanning direction. The laser emitting PWB
is provided with the APC (auto power control) in order to eliminate fluctuations in the laser power. The BF PWB works for measurement of the
laser writing start point.
: Laser beam
path for BF PWB
(5)
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No.
Component
4. Fuser section
Function
(1)
Semiconductor laser
Generates laser beams.
(2)
Collimator lens
Converges laser beams in
parallel.
(3)
Polygon mirror,
polygon motor
Reflects laser beams at a
constant rpm.
(4)
BD (Mirror, lens,
PWB)
Detects start timing of laser
scanning.
Converges laser beams at a
spot on the drum.
(5)
Makes the laser scanning
speeds at both ends of the
drum same as each other.
(Refer to the figure below.)
fθ lens
Makes the laser scanning speeds at both ends of the drum same as
each other.
a≠b≠c
a
b
d=e=f
c
d
e
A. General description
f
General block diagram (cross section)
Thermal fuse
Separator pawl
PPD2
f θ LENS
B. Laser beam path
Thermistor
Pressure roller
Heat roller
Paper guide
Top view
Heat roller
C. Composition
Thermistor
Thermal fuse
Heater lamp
Separator pawl
Effective scanning width:
216mm (max.)
Resolution:
600dpi
Beam diameter:
75um in the main scanning
direction, 80um in the sub scanning
direction
Image surface power:
0.20 ±0.03mW (Laser wavelength
780 – 795nm)
Polygon motor section:
Brushless motor 20.787rpm
No. of mirror surfaces: 6 surfaces
(1) Heat roller
A Teflon roller is used for the heat roller and a silicone rubber roller is
used for the lower heat roller for better toner fusing performance and
paper separation.
(2) Separator pawl
Three separator pawls are used on the upper heat roller. The separator
pawls are teflon coated to reduce friction with the roller and prevent a
smear on the paper caused by the separator pawl.
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2. The surface temperature of the upper heat roller is set to 165˚C ∼
190˚C. The surface temperature during the power save mode is set
to 100˚C.
(3) Thermal control
1. The heater lamp, thermistor, main PWB, DC power supply PWB,
and triac within the power supply unit are used to control the
temperature in the fuser unit.
To prevent against abnormally high temperature in the fuser unit, a
thermal breaker and thermal fuse are used for safety purposes.
3. The self-check function comes active when one of the following
malfunctions occurs, and an "H" is displayed on the multicopy window.
a. When the heat roller surface temperature rises above 240˚C.
b. When the heat roller surface temperature drops below 100˚C
during the copy cycle.
c. Open thermistor
d. Open thermal fuse
e. When the heat roller temperature does not reach 190˚C within
27 second after supplying the power.
Heated by the heater
lamp.(950W)
Saftey device
(Thermal breaker, thermal
fuse)
Triac (in the
power supply unit)
The surface temperature
of the upper heat roller is
sensed by the thermistor.
(4) Fusing resistor
Fusing resistor
This model is provided with a fusing resistor in the fusing section to improve transfer efficiency.
General descriptions are made in the following.
Level of the thermistor is
controlled by the main PWB.
General descriptions
Since the upper heat roller is conductive when copy paper is highly
moist and the distance between the transfer unit and the fusing unit is
short, the transfer current leaks through the copy paper, the upper heat
roller and the discharging brush.
With th e signal from the
main PWB, the triac is
controlled on and o ff.
(power supply PWB )
5. Paper feed section and paper transport section
A. Paper transport path and general operations
(2)
(1)
(5) (3) (4)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(15)
(14) (13)
(12)
(1)
Scanner unit
(6)
Main charger
(11)
Pickup roller
(2)
Copy lamp
(7)
Heat roller
(12)
Manual paper feed tray
(3)
Lens unit
(8)
Pressure roller
(13)
Manual paper feed roller
(4)
LSU (Laser unit)
(9)
Drum
(14)
PS roller unit
(5)
Paper exit roller
(10)
Transfer unit
(15)
Paper feed roller
Paper feed is made in two ways; the tray paper feed and the manual paper feed. The tray is of universal-type, and has the capacity of 250 sheets.
The front loading system allow you to install or remove the tray from the front cabinet.
The general descriptions on the tray paper feed and the manual paper feed are given below.
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(1) Cassette paper feed operation
1) The figure below shows the positions of the pick-up roller, the paper
feed clutch sleeve, and the paper feed latch in the initial state
without pressing the COPY button after lighting the ready lamp.
The paper feed latch is in contact with the projection of the clutch
sleeve.
5) At this time, the paper is fed past the paper entry detection switch
(PPD1), and detected by it. After about 0.15 sec from detection of
paper by PPD1, the tray paper feed solenoid (PFS) turns on so that
the clutch sleeve projection comes into contact with the paper feed
latch to stop the pick-up roller. Then the pick-up roller rotates for
about 0.15 sec so that the lead edge of the paper is evenly pressed
on the resist roller, preventing against skew feeding.
2) When the COPY button is pressed, the main drive motor starts
rotating to drive each drive gear.
The pick-up drive gear also is driven at that time. Since, however,
the paper feed latch is in contact with the projection of the clutch
sleeve, rotation of the drive gear is not transmitted to the pick-up
roller, which does not rotate.
PFS
ON
PFS
OFF
OFF
OFF
RRS
OFF
6) To release the resist roller, the tray paper feed solenoid and the
resist solenoid are turned on by the paper start signal to disengage
the resist start latch from the clutch sleeve projection, transmitting
rotation of the resist drive gear to the resist roller shaft. Thus the
paper is transported by the resist roller.
3) After about 0.1 sec from when the main motor start rotating, the
tray paper feed solenoid (PFS) turns on momentarily.
This disengages the paper feed latch from the projection of the
clutch sleeve, transmitting rotation of the pick-up drive gear to the
paper feed roller shaft, rotating the pick-up roller to feed the paper.
PFS
RRS
7) After the resist roller starts rotating, the paper is passed through the
pre-transfer guide to the transfer section. Images are transferred on
the paper, which is separated from the OPC drum by the drum
curve and the separation section.
RRS
PFS
OFF
OFF
4) After more than half rotation of the pick-up roller, the paper feed
latch is brought in contact with the projection of the clutch sleeve,
stopping rotation of the pick-up roller.
RRS
ON
8) The paper separated from the drum is passed through the fusing
paper guide, the heat roller (fusing section), POD (paper out detector) to the copy tray.
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(2) Manual multi paper feed operation
1) Before paper feed operation, the manual paper feed solenoid
(MPFS) is turned OFF as shown in the figure below.
A
C
A
C
ON
MPFS
OFF
MPFS
4) The lead edge of the transported paper is pressed on the resist
roller by the transport roller. Then the paper is stopped temporarily
to make synchronization with the lead edge of the image on the
OPC drum.
The operations hereinafter are the same as the paper feed operations from the tray. (Refer to A-5 ∼ 8.)
2) When the PRINT button is pressed, the manual paper feed
solenoid (MPFS) turns on to disengage the manual paper feed latch
A from the manual paper feed clutch sleeve A, rotating the manual
paper feed roller and the manual take-up roller. At the same time,
the manual paper feed stopper opens and the manual take-up roller
is pressed to the surface of the paper to start paper feeding.
5) The solenoid turns off to close the gate and return to the initial
state.
C
A
A
C
ON
OFF
MPFS
MPFS
3) When pawl C of the manual paper feed clutch sleeve is hung on the
manual feed latch, the manual feed stopper falls and the manual
take-up roller rises. At that time, the manual paper feed roller is
rotating.
(3) Conditions of occurrence of paper misfeed
a. When the power is turned on:
PPD or POD is ON when the power is turned on.
b. Copy operation
1) PPD1 does not turn off within 4 sec
a. PPD1 jam
b. PPD2 jam
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after turning on the resist roller.
1) PPD2 is off immediately after turning on
the resist roller.
2) PPD2 does not turn off within 1.2 sec
after turning off the resist roller.
AR-F152
1) POD does not turn on within 2.9 sec
after turning on the resist roller.
2) POD does not turn off within 1.5 sec ∼
2.7 sec after turning off PPD2.
c. POD jam
6. Process unit new drum detection mechanism
1) When the power is turned on, the detection gear 38T is rotated in
the arrow direction by the detection gear 20T to push the microswitch (process detection switch) installed to the machine sensor
cover, making a judgement as a new drum.
2) When the
any more
The latch
projection
detection gear 38T turns one rotation, there is no gear
and it stops.
section of the 38T gear is latched and fixed with the
of the process cover.
Gear notch
Gear 20T
Gear 38T
Gear pawl
Projection
Gear notch
Process detection switch
Projection
Gear pawl
7. FAX-SPF section (AR-F152 only)
A. Outline
The SPF (Single Path Feeder) is installed to the AR-F152 as a standard provision, and it automatically copies up to 30 sheets of documents of a
same size. (Only one set of copies)
B. Document transport path and basic composition
(1)
Pickup roller
(2)
Sheet of document for paper feed
(3)
Set detection ACT
(4)
Paper stopper
(5)
Document feed roller
(6)
Separation sheet
(7)
Paper entry sensor
(8)
PS roller D
(9)
Transport follower roller
Paper exit roller
(11)
Paper exit follower roller
(12)
Document tray
(10)
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C. Operational descriptions
Time chart (Tray feed)
Document set
SPID ON
Document set sensor
Document feed unit lamp ON
PSW ON
MIRM rotation
(Copier side)
MM rotation
CPFS ON
Main motor rotation
Copy start
The scanner is shifted
to the exposure position.
(SPF side)
SPFM rotation
SPF motor rotation
Paper feed
SPUS ON
Document feed
SPPD ON
Document transport sensor
PPD ON
RRC ON
Synchronization
Paper transport
Document transport
(Transfer)
(Exposure)
(Fusing)
(Document exit)
POD ON
(Paper exit)
In the zooming mode, the magnification ratio in the sub
scanning direction (paper transport direction) is adjusted
by changing the document transport speed.
D. Cases where a document jam is caused
a.
b.
c.
d.
When
When
When
When
SPPD is ON (document remaining) when the power is turned on.
SPPD is not turned ON within about 1.5 sec (at 100% copy) after starting the document feed operation.
SPPD is not turned on within about 4.7 sec (at 100% copy) after turning on SPPD.
the SPF document jam release door or the OC cover is opened during document transport (SPF motor rotating).
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8. D-D (Duplex to Duplex) mode
paper/document transport (AR-156 only)
Paper transport:
A. Initial state
Set duplex documents on the document tray.
Set paper on the cassette. (In the duplex mode, the manual feed tray
cannot be selected.)
B. Front copy
Document transport: The document feed roller feeds the document
from the paper feed roller to the PS roller.
→ The document is exposed in the exposure
section, and sent to the document exit section
by the transport/paper exit roller.
→ R-SPF gate solenoid ON
→ The document is sent to the intermediate tray
(but not discharged completely.)
→ The document is stopped once, then
switchback operation is performed. (To the
back copy)
Paper transport:
→ R-SPF gate solenoid OFF
→ The document is discharged to the document
exit tray.
Switchback operation is performed.
→ The paper is sent through the upper side of
the gate section and the duplex transport section, and the PS roller, and the images on the
back are transferred.
→ It is sent through the fusing section and discharged to the paper exit tray.
Gate ON
Upper Side of Gate
The document is passed through the paper feed
roller and the PS roller by the paper feed roller
and the images on the front surface are transferred.
→ The paper is passed through the fusing section and the lower side of the gate section to
the paper exit tray side, (but not discharged
completely.)
→ It is stopped once and switchback operation
is performed. (To the back copy)
Gate ON
Gate OFF
Lower Side of Gate
Gate OFF
Gate ON
Switchback operation is made after back copying in order to discharge
documents according to the setting.
Set document Documents after discharge,
1
4
3
with empty feed
without empty feed
2
3
4
3
2
1
4
1
2
There are following job modes as well as D-D mode.
C. Back copy
Document transport: By switchback operation, the document is sent
through the PS roller to the exposure section,
where the back of the document is exposed.
→ It is sent to the document exit section by the
transport roller and the paper exit roller.
→ R-SPF gate solenoid ON. The document is
sent to the intermediate tray, (but not discharged completely.)
→ It is stopped once and switchback operation
is performed.
→ It is sent through the PS roller and the exposure section (without exposure operation)
to the document exit section.
S - S (Simplex to Simplex)
S - D (Simplex to Duplex), Rotation copy mode (The back images are
rotated 180˚.)
S - D (Simplex to Duplex), Copy mode without rotation
D - S (Duplex to Simplex)
Rotation copy mode:
The front and the back are upside down to each other.
Copy mode without rotation:
The front and the back are not upside down.
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9. FAX-OPERATION FLOWCHART (AR-F152 only)
FLOW-VE1
Start
WT
Cl signal received?
Button pressed?
Yes
RX
CML ON
No
Auto dial
Yes
AU
No
START key pressed?
Yes
No
Documents exist?
Yes
OFF HOOK?
Yes
No
No
OFF HOOK?
Yes
CML ON
CML ON
TX
RX
Send DCN
DL
TD
Line out routine
Send DCN
ER
DR
CML signal OFF
CML signal OFF
Beep alam
END beep
WT
TD1
Communicatinon error flag ON
TD
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No
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FLOW-VE-2
TX
Tum on TEL LED
TX3
NO
Command received?
YES
TX1
YES
YES
Polling mode?
TX2
YES
NO
DIS or DTC
NO
T1 elapsed?
ER
ER
RX1
NO
Set mode
Insert document
Send DCS
Make 75msec delay
Send traning
Send TCF
TD
YES
NO
3 retrys?
Response received?
YES
DIS?
YES
NO
YES
TX1
NO
YES
3 retrys?
DTC?
NO
YES
FTT?
NO
YES
Fall back possible?
NO
CFR?
YES
TX6
Document on?
NO
TD
NO
TD
YES
Send traning?
TD1
Send image information
Send RTC
75msec delay
NO
YES
Last document
YES
Send EOM
NO
3 times?
Response received?
YES
YES
PIN or PIP
TD1
YES
YES
YES
YES
TD1
YES
TX6
NO
NO
PIN or PIP
MCF
MCF
YES
YES
RTP
RTP
RTN
NO
TX7
YES
RTN
NO
Tx3
DL
TD
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YES
TD1
NO
YES
NO
TX2
NO
3 times?
YES
PIN or PIP
NO
NO
YES
NO
RTN
Response received?
Response received?
YES
RTP
YES
NO
NO
NO
MCF
Send EOP
Send MPS
NO
NO
3 times?
NO
Mode change?
TD
AR-F152
FLOW-VE-3
RX
2sec delay
Send CED
75ms delay
RX1
YES
Answer procedure
Polling mode
Send (NSC) DTC?
Send (NSF) (CSI)-DIS 2times
Send (NSF) DIS
NO
NO
Response received?
T1 elapsed?
YES
YES
TX2
DTC
ER
NO
YES
DIS
TX1
NO
NO
DCS
YES
NO
Enough Memory?
YES
Send DCN
Set mode on this side
CML OFF
Receive training TCF
3 sec msx.
TCF good?
NO
YES
Beep
Send FTT
Send CFR
RX2
STOP
Set T2
YES
Command received?
NO
Message carrier received?
RX1
YES
NO
YES
EOM
Receive message
T2 elapsed?
NO
NO
RTC received?
Set communication error flag
YES
PR1-Q
YES
Message in received?
NO
ER
MPS
TL2
YES
NO
RX3
EOP
NO
EOM
YES
YES
NO
ER
Memory Full?
NO
NO
Image quality good?
YES
Line good?
Send RTN
Send RTP
Send MCF
RX2
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YES
TD
AR-F152
FLOW-VE-4
Response received?
1
1
NO
NO
NO
T4 elapsed?
Flag?
YES
NO
Flag received?
YES
YES
NO
3sec elapsed?
NO
YES
YES
Signal end?
YES
200ms elapsed?
YES
200ms elapsed?
YES
TD
CRP?
NO
1
YES
RCN
NO
YES
Option response?
NO
YES
ER
3sec elapsed?
YES
NO
FCS error?
NO
NO
NO
Signal end?
DR
1
Process against
option response
NO
Retum "YES"
Retum "NO"
2
Command received?
NO
Flag?
YES
Reset T2
YES
NO
3sec elapsed?
NO
NO
Signal end?
YES
200ms elapsed?
DR
Frame received?
YES
FCS error?
NO
NO
YES
DCN
NO
NO
Option response?
YES
Process against
option response
Retum "YES"
Retum "NO"
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YES
Signal end?
YES
200ms elapsed?
YES
CRP?
NO
NO
3sec elapsed?
YES
YES
NO
Response CRP
ER
AR-F152
Auto dial sending
Enter
Relay ON
Dial Tone?
Pause 2sec
NO
YES
YES
OVER 3sec?
NO
Busy or Reorder
Tone?
YES
NO
YES
Recall
Recall
Send CNG
Preambles
YES
Pulse or tone
Tone
Signal send by
MODEM
NO
Registration
TEL end
Pulse
CED?
Pulse send by
relay
YES
NO
45sec
Recall
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2) Remove the drum fixing plate and the photoconductor drum.
(Note) Dispose the drum fixing plate which was removed.
[7] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
Before disassembly, be sure to disconnect the power cord for safety.
The disassembly and assembly procedures are described for the following sections:
1. High voltage section
2. Operation panel section
3. Optical section
4. Fusing section
5. Tray paper feed/transport section
6. Manual paper feed section
7. Rear frame section
8. Power section
9. SPF section
10. 2nd cassette section
11. DUP motor section
12. Reverse roller section
13. RSPF section
14. FAX MCU PWB section
15. FAX-SPF section
LO C K
(2)
1. High voltage section
A. List
No.
(3)
Part name Ref.
1
Drum
2
Transfer charger unit
3
Charger wire
3) Check the cleaning blade and the red felt for no damage.
• If there is any damage, execute all procedures from item 5) and
later.
• If there is no damage, execute the procedure of item 12).
4) Remove the main charger.
(Cleaning the screen grid and the sawteeth.)
B. Drum replacement
1) Remove the drum cover. (4 Lock Tabs)
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5) Remove the cleaning blade.
Note: Dispose the cleaning blade which was removed.
Attach the mocket with slightly pressing section A of the cleaning blade.
Do not touch the tip of the cleaning blade.
Do not put the mocket under the cleaning blade.
Do not put the mocket on the sub blade.
Do not press the sub blade with the mocket.
10) Attach the main charger.
Securely set the MC holder on the projection of the process frame.
Securely insert two projections of the MC holder into the groove
in the process frame.
When attaching the MC holder ass’y, be careful not to make contact with the cleaning blade.
6) Clean the cleaning section and the waste toner pipe to remove
waste toner completely with a vacuum cleaner.
7) Remove the felt and duplex tape completely.
Note: Be careful not to scratch or bend the sub blade.
8) Attach the cleaning blade.
Securely insert the plate section of the cleaning blade into the unit
and fix it with a screw.
Do not touch the cleaning blade rubber with your hand.
When attaching the cleaning blade, press the cleaning blade in the
arrow direction and attach.
11) Attach the drum fixing plate and the photoconductor drum.
Apply grease to the inside of the photoconductor drum. (Dia. 2)
9) Attach the felt.
Attach the drum from (b). (Prevention against the sub blade edge
breakage)
Attach the drum so that its position with the sub blade is as shown.
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12) Attach the detection gear.
Note:
• The detection gear is not installed to the drum cartridge packed
with the main body. Add a new one.
(2) Push up the lock pawls (2 positions) of the side cover, and remove
the transfer charger.
Lock pawl rear
1)
13) Attach the drum cover.
Note: After attaching the drum cover, do not make a copy.
When attaching the drum cover, engage the detection gear
20T rib with the 30T gear rib, and attach the drum cover to
the process frame.
C. Disassembly procedure
2)
(1) Press the side cover open/close button and open the side cover.
Transfer
charger
1)
Lock pawl front
D. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
1)
E. Charger wire cleaning
2)
(1) Remove the charger cleaner from the manual paper feed unit.
1)
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(2) Set the charger cleaner to the transfer unit, and move it reciprocally a few times in the arrow direction shown in the figure below.
2. Operation panel section
A. List
No.
4)
3)
Part name Ref.
1
Operation panel unit
2
Operation PWB
B. Disassembly procedure
2)
(1) Remove the screws (4 pcs.), the harness, and the operation panel
unit.
1)
1)
1)
2)
3)
1)
F. Charger wire replacement
(1) Remove the TC cover and remove the screw.
(2) Remove the spring and remove the charger wire.
(3) Install a new charger wire by reversing the procedures (1) and (2).
At that time, be careful of the following items.
● The rest of the charger wire must be within 1.5mm.
● The spring hook section (charger wire winding section) must be
in the range of the projection section.
● Be careful not to twist the charger wire.
(2) Remove the screws (3 pcs.) and the PWB holder.
(3) Remove the screws (3 pcs.) and the operation PWB.
1)
3)
1)
Charger wire
1)
3)
2)
3)
2)
3)
1mm
4)
Protrusion
1.5mm
Note that there are 13 pawls
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(2) Remove the screws (2pcs.), and remove the copy lamp unit from
the mirror base drive wire.
C. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure
3. Optical section
A. List
NO.
Part name Ref.
1
Copy lamp unit
2
Copy lamp
3
Lens unit
2)
B. Disassembly procedure
(1) Remove the parts as shown below.
3)
1)
1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
4)
9)
7)
4)
Hook
(3) Pull the copy lamp unit toward you to remove the harness.
10)
6)
3)
4)
2)
5)
8)
3)
1)
1)
2)
3)
(4) Remove the screw (4 pc) and remove the cover.
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(5) Remove the screws (2 pcs.), the harness, and the optical unit.
4. Fusing section
1)
A. List
No.
4)
Part name Ref.
1
Thermistor
2
PPD2 sensor
3
Heater lamp
4
Pressure roller
5
Heat roller
3)
2)
5)
B. Disassembly procedure
(1) Remove the connectors (3 pcs.) of the rear cabinet.
(2) Open the side cover, remove two screws, and remove the fusing
unit.
When installing the lens unit, refer to “8-6. Lens unit installation reference.”
C. Assembly procedure
1)
Basically reverse the disassembly procedure.
The mirror base drive wire and the lens drive wire stretching methods
are described below.
a. Mirror base drive wire stretching
1. Hook the metal fixture of the mirror base drive wire on the
projection of the optical base plate.
2. Pass the wire through the external groove of the double pulley.
(At that time, check that No. 2/3 mirror unit is in contact with the
mirror base positioning plate.)
3. Hold so that the winding pulley groove is up, and wind the mirror
base drive wire 9 turns.
4. Put the 8th turn of the mirror base drive wire in the winding pulley groove and fix with a screw.
5. Pass the wire under No. 2/3 mirror unit plate and wind it around
pulley A.
6. Pass the wire through the internal groove of the double pulley,
and pass through pulley B.
7. Hook the spring hook on the optical base plate.
3)
2)
2)
Wind closely
6
2
5
7
(3) Cut the binding band, remove the screw, and remove the thermistor.
7
2
6
1)
3
6
6
6
5
1
2
1
6
3
2)
Wind closely
4
2
After installing the mirror base drive wire, be sure to perform main
scanning direction image distortion adjustment.
Thermistor
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(4) Remove the screw and remove the U-turn guide.
(7) Remove the plate spring on the right and remove the heater lamp.
1)
2)
1)
2)
Pressure roller section disassembly
(5)
Hearter lamp
Remove the three screws, remove the fusing cover lower on the
right side, and open the heat roller section.
2)
3)
4)
(8) Remove the spring and remove the separation pawls (3 pcs.).
6)
3)
5)
1)
2)
5)
6)
(6) Remove the screw and remove the PPD2 sensor.
1)
1)
(9) Remove the E-ring and remove the reverse gate.
2)
PPD2 sensor
3)
1)
2)
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(10) Remove the pressure release levers on the right and the left
sides.
(6) Remove the C-ring and the fusing bearing, and remove the heat
roller.
1)
2)
1)
3)
Heat roller
1)
(7) Remove the parts from the heat roller.
Note: Apply grease to the sections specified with ✽.
(11) Remove the pressure roller, the pressure bearing, and the spring.
Note: Apply grease to the sections specified with ✽.
✽
✽
Pressure roller
✽
1)
3)
3)
2)
✽
2)
1)
1)
2)
(8) Remove two screws and remove the thermostat.
3)
1)
Heat roller disassembly
(Continued from procedure (4).)
(5) Remove screws, remove the fusing cover, and open the heat roller
section.
3)
2)
2)
1)
3)
2)
3)
C. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
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(3) Remove two screws and remove the toner motor.
5. Tray paper feed/transport section
A. List
No.
Part name Ref.
1
PPD1 sensor PWB
2
LSU unit
3
Intermediate frame unit
4
Paper feed roller
2)
B. Disassembly procedure
(1) Remove six connectors and screws of the main PWB, and lift the
optical unit and the main PWB to remove.
2)
2)
1)
2)
(4) Remove two springs and open the intermediate frame unit.
2)
1)
3)
1)
1)
2)
(2) Remove the PWB insulation mylar and remove the paper transport
detection sensor (PPD2).
2)
1)
3)
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(5) Remove the pulleys on the both sides and remove the paper exit
roller.
(7) Release the belt pulley lock and remove the belt pulley bearing.
3)
2)
3)
1)
4)
2)
1)
(8) Remove the paper exit roller.
(6) Pull out the paper exit roller knob and remove the belt.
2)
1)
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(9) Remove the harness guide.
(11) Remove the parts as shown below, and remove the pressure
release solenoid and the paper feed solenoid.
3)
4)
2)
1)
1)
(10) Remove five screws and remove the main drive plate and the
belt.
4)
2)
2)
1)
3)
(12) Remove six screws and remove the LSU unit.
2)
3)
1)
1)
1)
CAUTION:Attach
the gears
securely
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(13) Remove two screws and remove the fusing connector.
(14) Remove five screws and the connector, and lift the intermediate
frame unit to remove.
(17) Remove three screws and remove the TC front paper guide.
1)
3)
4)
2)
2)
(18) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the PPD1
sensor PWB.
2)
1)
1)
(15) Remove the screw and the E-ring, and remove the PS semi-circular earth plate and the PS roller unit.
(16) Remove the E-ring and remove the spring clutch from the PS
roller unit.
2)
5)
4)
PS roller unit
4)
PS semi-circuler
earth plate
1)
2)
3)
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(19) Remove two E-rings and remove the paper feed roller.
(20) Remove three E-rings and remove the clutch unit.
6. Manual paper feed section
A. List
No.
Back
5)
Clutch unit
Part name Ref.
1
Manual transport roller
2
Cassette detection switch
3
PPD1 sensor PWB
4
Side door detection unit
4)
B. Disassembly procedure
Paper feed
roller
Single unit
(1) Remove the screw and remove the single upper cover.
1)
4)
3)
Front
1)
2)
2)
C. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
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(2) Remove the screw and remove the side door detection unit.
(4) Remove the PPD1 sensor PWB.
2)
1)
3)
2)
1)
Wire treatment
Back
(3) Remove three screws and remove the single manual feed upper
frame.
1)
Wire treatment
1)
(5) Remove the E-ring and remove the manual paper feed transport
roller.
2)
4)
3)
3)
1)
2)
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(6) Remove the cassette detection switch.
Multi unit
(1) Remove the screw and remove the multi upper cover.
1)
1)
3)
3)
2)
2)
Wire treatment
(2) Remove the screw and remove the side door detection unit.
(7) Remove the multi cover.
Orange
Multi cover
Red
1)
2)
1)
Back
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(3) Remove three screws and remove the multi paper feed upper
frame.
(5) Remove three E-rings and remove the manual paper feed roller.
1)
1)
1)
1)
1)
3)
2)
2)
L O CK
T O
K
(4) Remove two screws and remove the multi feed bracket unit from
the multi paper feed upper frame.
(6) Remove the pick-up roller.
2)
1)
1)
2)
1)
2)
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(7) Cut the binding band and remove the multi paper feed solenoid.
7. Rear frame section
A. List
1)
No.
Part name Ref.
1
Mirror motor
2
Main motor
3
Exhaust fan motor
B. Disassembly procedure
(1) Remove three screws and remove the rear cabinet.
1)
Multi paper feed
solnoid
3)
2)
2)
1)
1)
C. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
(2) Remove two screws, the harness, and the mirror motor.
D. Pressure plate holder attachment
(1) Attach the pressure plate holder so that the resin section is not
covered with the seal M1-N.
Seal M1-N
Pressure plate
holder
Attachment
reference
3)
1)
2)
Attachment
reference
2)
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(3) Remove two screws and one harness, and remove the main
motor.
8. Power section
A. List
No.
1
Part name Ref.
Power PWB
B. Disassembly procedure
(1) Remove two screws and one connector, and remove the power
PWB.
3)
2)
1)
1)
2)
3)
2)
C. Assembly procedure
(4) Remove two screws and one connector, and remove the exhaust
fan motor.
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
9. SPF section
No.
1)
Part name Ref.
A
Sensor PWB
B
Pickup solenoid
C
Clutch
D
Manual paper feed roller, pickup roller
E
Belt
F
SPF motor
G
Paper entry sensor
H
PS roller
I
Paper exit roller
Pickup unit removal
1) Remove three fixing pawls from the bottom of the machine.
2) Remove the front cover and the rear cover.
3)
2
2
C. Assembly procedure
For assembly, reverse the disassembly procedure.
1
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1) Remove the belt, the paper feed frame SP, and two harnesses.
2) Remove the pickup unit.
B. Pickup solenoid
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the pickup solenoid
1
2
1
1
2
3
4
3
A
1
1
∗ When installing, hang iron core A on the solenoid arm.
C. Clutch
1)
2)
3)
4)
∗ When installing the parts, be careful of the hole position of the paper
frame SP.
Remove the E-ring.
Remove the pulley and bushing.
Slide the bushing in the arrow direction.
Lift the clutch, and 5) remove the clutch.
A. Sensor PWB
1) Remove two screws from the bottom of the pickup unit.
2) Remove the upper cover.
2
2
1
5
3
4
1
1
1) Remove the E-ring.
2) Remove the parts.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the sensor PWB.
3) Remove the harness.
1
1
1
3
2
2
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D. Manual paper feed roller, pickup roller
E. Belt
1)
2)
3)
4)
1) Remove the belt.
Lift the paper stopper.
Slide the takeup roller unit.
Slide the bushing in the arrow direction.
Remove the takeup roller unit.
A
1
1
F. SPF motor
2
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
4
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the harness.
four screws.
the drive unit.
the belt.
two screws.
the SPF motor.
6
3
2
1
5
∗ When installing the takeup roller, hang the projection of the takeup
roller unit on the solenoid arm.
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the manual paper feed roller.
3) Remove the pickup roller.
4) Remove the parts.
5
2
3
4
4
3
1
1
G. Paper entry sensor
2
1)
2)
3)
4)
1
Transport unit removal
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the document tray unit.
3) Remove five screws.
4) Remove the transport unit.
Loosen the screw.
Open the paper exit PG.
Remove the paper entry sensor.
Remove the harness.
2
3
1
3
4
3
3
3
1
1
4
2
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1)
2)
3)
4)
H. PS roller
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the PS roller.
Open the right cabinet.
Remove three screws.
Remove one connector.
While tilting down the 2nd connection arm A, pull and remove the
paper feed unit toward you.
C
D
1
D
2
1
I. Paper exit roller
3
4
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the paper exit roller.
B
1
A
1
2
∗ When installing, securely insert two bosses C on the machine side
and two bosses D on the paper feed unit side. Be sure to fix the
earth B.
∗ Insert the 2nd page feed.
1
A. Paper sensor
2
1) Remove the pawl.
2) Remove the paper sensor.
3) Remove the harness.
10. 2nd cassette section
No.
2
Part name Ref.
A
Paper sensor
B
Cassette detection SW
C
Paper feed solenoid
D
Transport roller
E
Paper feed clutch
F
2nd paper feed roller
3
Paper feed unit removal
1) Remove the screw.
2) Remove the rear cover.
∗ When installing, engage the pawl and install the unit.
2
1
1
A
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B. Cassette detection SW
E. Paper feed clutch
1) Remove the pawl.
2) Remove the cassette detection SW.
3) Remove the harness.
1) Remove the E-ring.
2) Remove the paper feed clutch.
3) Remove the parts.
1
A
2
3
1
2
3
C. Paper feed solenoid
1) Remove the screw.
2) Remove the connector.
3) Remove the paper feed solenoid.
2
3
∗ When installing, fit the cut surface A.
F. 2nd paper feed roller
1) Remove the E-ring and the parts.
2) Remove the 2nd paper feed roller.
A
1
1
D. Transport roller
1) Remove two E-rings.
2) Remove the transport roller.
B
4
2
1
C
1
D
B
A
3
2
∗ When installing, hang the 2nd connection arm on the 2nd connection arm SP B. Be sure to install so that the earth spring C is in contact under the bearing D.
∗ Install so that the earth spring A is brought into contact over bearing
B.
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D. Remove the DUP motor.
11. DUP motor section (AR-156 only)
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the DUP motor cover.
3) Remove the DUP motor.
A. Remove the rear cabinet.
1) Remove four screws.
2) Remove the rear cabinet.
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
Note: When reassembling, be sure to engage the DUP motor gear
with the belt on the main body side.
B. Remove the shield plate.
12. Reverse roller section (AR-156 only)
1) Remove six screws.
2) Remove the open/close detection unit, and the earth wire.
3) Remove the shield plate.
A. Remove the reverse unit.
1) Remove four screws
2) Remove the spring, and the earth wire
3) Remove the reverse unit.
3
2
2
2
1
C. Remove the main PWB.
3
1) Remove six screws.
2) Remove connectors.
3) Remove the main PWB.
1
B. Remove the reverse roller.
1) Bend the reverse roller and remove it.
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
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(3) Remove the RSPF.
1) Remove the connector and the cable.
2) Remove the RSPF.
13. RSPF section (AR-156 only)
A. RSPF
(1) Remove the rear cabinet.
1) Remove four screws.
2) Remove the rear cabinet.
1
1
2
2
1
1
(2)
1)
2)
3)
Remove the shield plate.
Remove six screws.
Remove the open/close detection unit, and the earth wire.
Remove the shield plate.
B. Intermediate tray
1) Remove the intermediate tray.
1
3
2
C. Upper cover
1) Remove four screws from the bottom of the main body.
2) Remove the upper cover.
2
2
1
1
1
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D. Pickup unit
F. Sensor PWB
1) Remove the belt, the paper feed frame spring, and two harnesses.
2) Remove the pickup unit.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the sensor PWB.
3) Remove the harness.
1
1
1
3
2
1
2
1
G. Pickup solenoid
1
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the pickup solenoid.
NOTE: When reassembling, be careful of the hole position for the
paper feed frame spring.
2
1
E. Upper cover of the pickup unit.
1) Remove two screws from the bottom of the pickup unit.
2) Remove the upper cover.
2
A
NOTE: When reassembling, hang the iron core on the solenoid arm.
1
1
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H. Clutch
I. Manual paper feed roller, pickup roller
(1)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
(1)
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remove the clutch unit.
Remove the E-ring.
Remove the pulley and the bushing.
Slide the bushing in the arrow direction.
Lift the clutch pawl.
Remove the clutch unit.
Remove the pickup unit.
Lift the paper stopper.
Slide the takeup roller unit.
Slide the bushing in the arrow direction.
Remove the takeup roller.
A
2
1
1
5
2
3
4
4
3
NOTE: When reassembling, hang the convex portion of the roller unit
on the solenoid arm.
(2) Remove the clutch
1) Remove the E-ring.
2) Remove the parts.
(2)
1)
2)
3)
4)
1
Remove the Manual paper feed roller, pickup roller.
Remove the parts.
Remove the manual paper feed roller.
Remove the pickup roller.
Remove the parts.
4
3
1
1
2
1
2
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J. Transport unit removal
L. Belt 2
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
1) Remove three screws.
2) Remove the drive unit.
3) Remove the belt.
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the harness.
two screws.
the document tray unit.
five screws.
the transport unit.
1
2
1
1
3
3
4
2
4
4
4
2
NOTE: When reassembling, hang the belt on the boss.
M. SPF motor
5
1) Remove the harness.
2) Remove two screws.
3) Remove the SPF motor.
3
1
K. Belt 1
1) Remove the belt.
2
N. Solenoid
1) Remove the harness.
2) Remove two screws.
3) Remove the solenoid.
3
1
1
2
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(2)
1)
2)
3)
4)
O. Clutch
1) Cut the band with nippers.
2) Remove the harness.
3) Remove the clutch.
3
Remove the PS roller.
Loosen the screw.
Open the paper exit PG.
Remove the parts.
Remove the PS roller.
1
2
3
4
2
3
Q. Paper entry sensor
1)
2)
3)
4)
1
Loosen the screw.
Open the paper exit PG.
Remove the paper entry sensor.
Remove the harness.
1
P. PS roller
(1) Remove the parts.
1) Remove the two screws.
2) Remove the parts.
1
1
2
4
3
1
2
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R. Transport roller1.
S. Paper exit roller
1
(1) Remove the parts.
1) Remove the parts.
(1) Remove the parts.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the parts.
1
2
1
1
(2)
1)
2)
3)
Remove the parts.
Loosen the screw.
Open the paper exit PG.
Remove the parts.
1
3
(2) Remove the paper feed PG upper.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the paper feed PG upper.
2
2
1
(3) Remove the transport roller.
1) Remove the paper exit PG.
2) Remove the transport roller.
1
(3) Remove the paper exit roller.
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the paper exit roller.
1
2
1
1
2
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T. Solenoid
14. FAX, MCU PWB section
(AR-F152 only)
(1) Remove the reverse gate
1) Remove the ring
2) Remove the reverse gate
A. Remove the rear cover.
1) Remove four screws.
2) Hold the SPF sensor.
3) Remove the rear cover.
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
B. Remove the PWB cover FAX2.
1) Remove five screws.
2) Remove the PWB cover FAX2.
NOTE: When reassembling, be careful of the groove and the hole
positions of the spring.
NOTE: When reassembling, hang 2) on the solenoid.
(2) Remove the solenoid.
1) Remove the screw.
2) Remove the solenoid.
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
C. Remove the FAX PWB.
Remove the connector.
1) Remove seven screws.
2) Remove the FAX PWB.
1
1
1
2
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D. Remove the PWB cover FAX.
B. Remove the metal fixtures.
1) Remove six screws.
2) Remove the PWB cover FAX.
1) Disconnect the connector.
2) Remove four screws.
3) Remove the metal fixtures F and R.
1
2
3
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
C. Remove the FAX operation panel.
E. Remove the MCU PWB.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Disconnect the connectors.
1) Remove seven screws.
2) Remove the MCU PWB.
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the belt, the screw, and two connectors.
the FAX operation panel.
two screws.
U-turn PG.
1
2
3
4
1
3
1
2
1
15. FAX-SPF section (AR-F152 only)
Wiring
A. Remove the front and the rear covers.
1) Disengage three pawls.
2) Remove the front and the rear covers.
2
2
1
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D. Remove the FAX operation panel unit.
G. Remove the PU solenoid
1) Remove five screws.
2) Remove the FAX operation panel unit.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the PU solenoid.
2
2
1
A
1
1
E. Remove the Fax panel PWB.
H. Remove the clutch unit.
1) Remove eleven screws.
2) Remove the FAX panel PWB.
3) Remove the connector.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove the E-ring.
the pulley, and the bushing.
Slide the bushing in the arrow direction.
Lift the clutch pawl.
Remove the clutch unit.
1
2
3
5
2
3
4
1
F. Remove the FAX sensor PWB.
1) Remove two screws.
2) Remove the FAX sensor PWB.
3) Remove the connector.
I. Remove the clutch
1) Remove the E-ring.
2) Remove the parts.
1
1
3
1
2
2
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J. Remove the pickup unit.
M. Remove the belt.
1)
2)
3)
4)
1) Remove the belt.
Lift the paper stopper.
Slide the pickup roller unit in the arrow direction.
Slide the bushing.
Remove the pickup roller unit.
3
1
2
4
A
1
N. Remove the SPF motor.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
(Note) When installing, hang the projection of the roller unit on the
solenoid arm.
K. Remove the manual feed roller and the pickup
roller.
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the manual feed roller.
3) Remove the pickup roller and the parts.
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the connector.
four screws.
the drive frame.
the belt.
two screws.
the SPF motor.
6
2
1
4
5
1
3
1
5
2
3
4
1
2
L. Remove the transport unit.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the connector.
two screws.
the document tray unit.
four screws.
the transport unit.
2
3
1
3
3
(Note) When installing, attach the belt as shown in the figure.
3
1
4
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O. Remove the paper entry sensor.
Q. Remove the paper exit roller.
1)
2)
3)
4)
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the paper exit roller.
Loosen the screw.
Open the paper exit PG.
Remove the paper entry sensor.
Remove the connector.
1
1
4
2
3
16. Procedures after replacement of FAX
ROM (AR-F152 only)
After replacement of FAX ROM, perform the following procedures.
● Perform the FAX software switch clear and the FAX image
memory clear.
1) FAX software clear procedure
On the Fax operation panel: FUNCTION → 9 → ∗ → 8 → # →
ENTER → 0 → 2 → 1
2) FAX image memory clear procedure
On the FAX operation panel: FUNCTION → 9 → ∗ → 8 → # →
ENTER → 1 → 0 → 1
1
2
(Note)
When the ROM version is upgraded, the area used by each job
for D-RAM memory area may vary. Therefore, this procedure
must be performed after repalcement of ROM to stabilize the
operation.
Perform this procedure immediately after turning OFF/ON the
power after replacement of ROM.
P. Remove the PS roller.
1) Remove the parts.
2) Remove the PS roller.
1
2
1
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d. Adjustment procedure
[8] ADJUSTMENT
1. Optical section
1) Remove the right cabinet (manual paper feed unit), the document reference plate.
A. Image distortion adjustment
2) Remove the document glass.
There are following two types of image distortion.
● Horizontal image distortion
● Vertical image distortion
In this machine, the image distortion is adjusted by changing the parallelism of mirrors (copy lamp unit, No. 2/3 mirror unit).
(1) Horizontal image distortion adjustment
a. Summary
Parallelism of mirrors can be made by installing the copy lamp unit
and No. 2/3 mirror unit to the reference position. However, it must
be checked by making a copy, and must be adjusted if necessary.
1)
2)
3)
b. Cases when the adjustment is required
1) When the copy lamp unit and No.2/3 mirror unit are disassembled or their part is replaced.
2) When the copy lamp unit and No.2/3 mirror unit drive section is
disassembled or its part is replaced.
3) When the copy image is distorted as shown below:
3) Loosen the fixing screw of the copy lamp unit wire.
Document
Copy B
Copy A
c. Necessary tools
● Screwdriver (+)
● Hex wrench
● Scale
● Test chart for distortion adjustment (Make a chart shown below
by yourself.)
Draw a rectangle on a paper (B4 or 8 1/2″ × 14″) as shown
below.
Be sure to make four right angles.
L
L
L
L = 10mm
L
Fixing Screws
4) Manually turn the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive gear to
bring No.2/3 mirror unit into contact with No.2/3 mirror unit
positioning plate. When No.2/3 mirror unit makes contact with
No.2/3 mirror unit positioning plate in the Freat and rear frame
side simultaneously, the mechanical parallelism of No.2/3 mirror
unit is proper.
If one side of No.2/3 mirror unit makes contact with No.2/3 mirror unit positioning plate and the other side does not, the parallelism is improper.
If the parallelism is improper, perform the procedure of step 5).
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7) Manually turn the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive gear to
bring No.2/3 mirror unit into contact with the positioning plate,
and perform the procedure of step 4).
Repeat procedures of steps 4) to 7) until the parallelism of
No.2/3 mirror unit is properly set.
8) With No.2/3 mirror unit positioning plate in contact with No.2/3
mirror unit, bring the copy lamp unit into contact with the right
frame and fix the copy lamp unit to the drive wire.
Procedures 1) to 8) are for adjustment of mechanical horizontal
parallelism. The copy lamp unit and No.2/3 mirror are fixed to
the specified positions and the mechanical horizontal parallelism
of No.2/3 mirror is adjusted.
Then the optical horizontal parallelism must be adjusted in the
following procedures.
Copy lamp unit projection
5) Loosen the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive pulley
setscrew in the side where No.2/3 mirror unit does not make
contact with No.2/3 mirror unit positioning plate.
Set screw
9) Set the image distortion check chart on the document table, and
make a reduction copy (75%) on an A4 or 11″ × 8 1/2″ paper
with the document cover open.
Scanner unit drive pulley
6) Without moving the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive pulley shaft, manually turn the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit
drive pulley in the same direction of the loosened setscrew.
When it makes contact with No.2/3 mirror unit positioning plate,
tighten and fix the setscrew.
50mm
Image distortion check chart
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10) Check the horizontal image distortion.
If LL = LR, there is no horizontal distortion
LL
(2) Vertical image distortion adjustment
a. Summary
In this adjustment, the left and right balance is adjusted by changing
the left and right balance of the No. 2 scanner unit frame on the
front frame side.
LL and LR: Distance between the copy
image horizontal line and
the edge of the black
LR
background.
b. Note
● Horizontal image distortion adjustment
Black background
c. Cases when the adjustment is required
1) When the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive section is disassembled or its part is replaced.
2) When the copy image is distorted as follows:
11) If LL is not equal to LR, perform the following procedure.
Loosen the setscrew of the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit
drive pulley in the front or the rear frame.
Document
Copy D
Copy C
Set screw
d. Necessary tools
● Screwdriver (+)
● Screwdriver (–)
● Scale
● Test chart for distortion adjustment (Make by yourself.)
Draw a rectangle on A4 or 8 1/2″ × 11″ paper as shown below:
Be sure to make four right angles.
L
L
Scanner unit drive pulley
12) Without moving the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive pulley shaft, manually turn the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit
drive pulley whose setscrew was loosened, and adjust the
parallelism of copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit.
L
L = 10mm
L
e. Adjustment procedure
1) Set the test chart for image distortion adjustment on the document glass, and make a normal copy on a paper of A4 or 8 1/2″
× 11″.
2) Check image distortion in the right and the left sides.
If the both vertical lines are in parallel with each other, the rightleft distortion balance is proper. (However, there may be some
distortion.)
2) If all the four angles are right angles, there in no distortion and
the following procedures are not required.
Greater distortion
13) Tighten the set screw of the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit
drive pulley.
14) Check the image distortion in the same manner as step 10).
Repeat procedures 11) to 14) until horizontal image distortion
is eliminated.
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3) If the right-left distortion balance is improper, loosen the fixing
screw of No.2/3 mirror unit rail to change and adjust the right-left
balance of No.2/3 mirror unit rail.
(1) Outline
The main scanning (front/rear) direction magnification ratio adjustment is made automatically or manually.
Automatic adjustment: The width of the reference line marked on
the shading correction plate is scanned to perform the main scanning (front/rear) direction magnification ratio adjustment automatically.
Manual adjustment: The adjustment is made by manual key operations. (In either of the automatic and manual adjustments, the zoom
data register set value is changed for adjustment.)
The magnification ratio in the sub scanning direction is adjusted by
changing the mirror base (scanner) scanning speed.
(2) Main scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment
a. Note
Before performing this adjustment, the following adjustments must
have been completed. If not, this adjustment cannot be performed
properly.
● Image distortion adjustment
● The lens unit must be installed in the reference position.
b. Cases when the adjustment is required
1) When the lens and the mirror unit are disassembled or the part
is replaced.
(Note)
If the distortion in the lead edge side (when viewed in the paper
transport direction) is greater, change the height of the left rail of
No.2/3 mirror unit.
If the distortion in the rear edge side (when viewed in the paper
transport direction) is greater, change the height of the right rail
of No.2/3 mirror unit.
2) When the copy lamp unit/No.2/3 mirror unit drive section is disassembled or the part is replaced.
3) When the main PWB is replaced.
4) When the EEPROM in the main PWB is replaced.
5) When “U2” trouble occurs.
6) When the copy image distortion adjustment is performed.
c. Necessary tools
● Screwdriver (+)
● Scale
Change the height of the right side of the rail.
d. Adjustment procedure
1) Set the scale vertically on the document table. (Use a long scale
for precise adjustment.)
Change the height of the left side of the rail.
4) Make a copy to check the vertical image distortion.
If the four angles are right angles, the adjustment is completed.
B. Copy magnification ratio adjustment
The copy magnification ratio must be adjusted in the main scanning
direction and in the sub scanning direction. To adjust, use SIM 48-1.
2) Set the copy magnification ratio to 100%.
3) Make a copy on A4 or 81⁄2″ × 11″ paper.
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4) Measure the length of the copied scale image.
5) Calculate the main scanning direction magnification ratio.
Main scanning direction magnification ratio
=
Copy image dimensions
× 100 (%)
Original dimension
(When a 100mm scale is used as the original.)
Original (Scale)
HARDDENCD
STAINLESS
mm
1/2mm
JAPAN
10
20
100
110
120
130
140
150
Shizuoka
HARDDENCD
STAINLESS
Paper feed
direction
mm
1/2mm
JAPAN
10
20
100
110
120
130
140
150
Shizuoka
Reference
Comparison point
Copy
110
6) Check that the copy magnification ratio is within the specified
range. If it is not within the specified range, perform the following
procedures.
b. Cases when the adjustment is required
1) When the lens and the mirror unit are disassembled or the part
is replaced.
7) Execute SIM 48-1 to select the main scanning direction copy
magnification ratio adjustment mode.
To select the adjustment mode, use the copy mode select key.
2) When the scanner unit drive section is disassembled or the part
is replaced.
3) When the main PWB is replaced.
4) When the EEPROM in the main PWB is replaced.
In the case of the automatic adjustment, when the PRINT switch is
pressed, the mirror base unit moves to the white plate for shading
to scan the width of the reference line, calculating the correction
value and displaying and storing this value.
After execution of the automatic adjustment, go out from the simulation mode and make a copy to check the magnification ratio.
If the magnification ratio is not in the specified range (100 ±1.0%),
manually adjust as follows.
5) When “U2” trouble occurs.
6) When the copy image distortion adjustment is performed.
c. Necessary tools
● Screwdriver (+)
● Scale
d. Adjustment procedure
Adjustment mode
Lighting lamp
Main scanning direction auto
copy magnification ratio
adjustment
Auto exposure lamp
ON
Main scanning direction manual
copy magnification ratio
adjustment
Manual exposure lamp
ON
Sub scanning direction copy
magnification ratio adjustment
Photo exposure lamp
ON
1) Set the scale on the document table as shown below. (Use a
long scale for precise adjustment.)
8) Set the adjustment mode to Manual with the copy mode select
key.
9) Enter the new set value of main scanning direction copy magnification ratio with the copy quantity set key, and press the
COPY button.
10) Change the set value and repeat the adjustment until the ratio
is within the speoified range.
When the set value is changed by 1, the magnification ratio is
changed by 0.1%.
2) Set the copy magnification ratio to 100%.
(3) Sub scanning direction copy magnification ratio
3) Make a copy on A4 or 81⁄2″ × 11″ paper.
a. Note
Before performing this adjustment, the following adjustments must
have been completed. If not, this adjustment cannot be performed
properly.
● Image distortion adjustment
● Must be installed to the lens unit reference position.
4) Measure the length of the copied scale image.
5) Calculate the sub scanning direction copy magnification ratio.
Sub scanning direction copy magnification ratio
= Copy image dimension × 100 (%)
Original dimension
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110
Original (Scale)
HARDDENCD
STAINLESS
mm
1/2mm
JAPAN
10
20
100
110
120
130
140
150
Shizuoka
HARDDENCD
STAINLESS
mm
1/2mm
JAPAN
10
20
100
110
120
130
140
Paper feed
direction
150
Shizuoka
Reference
Comparison point
6) Check that the actual copy magnification ratio is within the
specified range. (100 ± 1.0%).
If it is not within the specified range, perform the following procedures.
Copy
D. Image position adjustment
There are following five kinds of image position adjustments, which are
made by laser control except for the image scan start position adjustment. For the adjustments, SIM 50 – 01 and SIM 50 – 10 are used.
7) Execute SIM 48-1 to select the sub scanning direction copy
magnification ratio adjustment mode.
To select the adjustment mode, use the copy mode select key.
(Photo exposure lamp ON)
No.
8) Enter the new set value of sub scanning direction copy magnification ratio with the copy quantity set key, and press the
COPY button.
Repeat procedures 1) — 8) until the sub scanning direction actual
copy magnification ratio in 100% copying is within the specified
range.
Adjustment item
Simulation
1
Print start position
50 – 01
2
Image lead edge void amount
50 – 01
3
Image scan start position
50 – 01
4
Image rear edge void amount
50 – 01
5
Center offset
50 – 10
To select the adjustment mode with SIM 50 – 01, use the copy density
select key.
The relationship between the adjustment modes and the lighting lamps
are as shown in the table below.
When the set value is changed by 1, the magnification ratio is
changed by 0.1%.
C. Lens unit attachment reference
Attach the lens unit so that the lens unit number on the lens adjustment
plate is aligned with the scribe line on the base plate.
Adjustment mode
Print start position
Image lead edge void amount
Lens unit number
Image scan start position
Image rear edge void amount
Lighting lamp
Auto (AE) lamp
Manual (TEXT) lamp
Photo lamp
Auto, Manual, Photo
lamps
To select the adjustment mode with SIM 50 – 10, use the copy mode
select key.
(–) direction
The relationship between the adjustment modes and the lighting
lamps are as shown in the table below.
Reference line (0)
(+) direction
Machine with the multi manual paper feed unit
Adjustment mode
Print center offset (cassette)
Example: Lens unit number –2.8
Attach the lens unit at 2 scales in the paper exit direction
from the reference line.
Note: Never touch the other screws than the unit attachment
screw.
The lens unit is supplied only in a whole unit.
Lighting lamp
Auto, Cassette
Print center offset (manual feed)
Auto, Manual
Document center offset
Auto, Manual
Machine with the single manual paper feed unit
Print center offset (cassette)
Print center offset (manual feed)
Document center offset
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Auto
Auto, Manual
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(1) Lead edge adjustment
1) Set a scale to the center of the paper lead edge guide as shown
below, and cover it with B4 or 8 1/2″ × 14″ paper.
3) Make a copy and measure the void amount of image rear edge.
Void amount (Standard value: 2 – 3mm)
Scale image
Paper rear edge
2) Execute SIM 50 – 01
3) Set the print start position (AE lamp ON) (A), the lead edge void
amount (TEXT lamp ON) (B), and the scan start position (PHOTO
lamp ON) (C) to 0, and make a copy of a scale at 100%.
4) Measure the image loss amount (R mm) of the scale image.
Set C = 10 × R (mm). (Example: Set the value of C to 30.)
When the value of C is increased by 10, the image loss is
decreased by 1mm. (Default: 50)
5) Measure the distance (H mm) between the paper lead edge and
the image print start position.
Set A = 10 × H (mm). (Example: Set the value of A to 50.)
When the value of A is increased by 10, the image lead edge is
shifted to the paper lead edge by 1mm. (Default: 50)
6) Set the lead edge void amount to B = 50 (2.5mm).
When the value of B is increased by 10, the void amount is increased by about 1mm. For 25 or less, however, the void amount
becomes zero. (Default: 50)
4) If the measurement value is out of the specified range, change the
set value and repeat the adjustment procedure.
The default value is 50.
Note: The rear edge void cannot be checked with the first sheet
after entering the simulation mode, the first sheet after turning off/on the power, or the first sheet after inserting the cassette. Use the second or later sheet to check the rear edge
void.
(3) Center offset adjustment
1) Set the self-made test chart for the center position adjustment so
that its center line is aligned with the center mark of the document
guide.
● Test chart for the center position adjustment
Draw a line at the center of A4 or 8 1/2″ × 11″ paper in the
paper transport direction.
(Example)
Document guide
Distance between paper lead
edge and image: H = 5mm
Image loss:
R = 3mm
Center
Copy paper
(A4 or 8 1/2″ × 11″)
5mm
2) Execute SIM 50 – 10 to select the print center offset (cassette
paper feed) adjustment mode.
The set adjustment value is displayed on the copy quantity display.
3) Make a copy and check that the copied center line is properly positioned.
The standard value is 0 ± 2mm from the paper center.
10mm
(2) Image rear edge void amount adjustment
1) Set a scale to the rear edge section of A4 or 11″ × 8 1/2″ paper
size as shown in the figure below, and cover it with B4 or 8 1/2″ ×
14″ paper.
(Copy A)
2.0mm or less
Copy image
B4 or 8 1/2″ × 14″ paper
Shift
Copy paper
folding line
A4 size rear edge
(Copy B)
2.0mm or less
Copy image
Shift
(Paper feed direction)
2) Execute SIM 50 – 01 to select the image rear edge void amount adjustment mode.
The set adjustment value is displayed on the copy quantity display.
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4) If the measured value is out of the specified range, change the set
value and repeat the adjustment procedure.
When the set value is increased by 1, the copy image is shifted by
0.1mm toward the rear frame.
● For the manual paper feed, change the manual paper feed adjustment mode and perform the similar procedures.
● Since the document center offset is automatically adjusted by
the CCD which scan the reference lines (F/R) on the back of
document guide, there is no need to adjust manually.
E. Copy density adjustment procedure
Use SIM 46-01 to set the copy density for each copy mode.
For selection of modes, use the copy mode select key.
(1) Test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) setting
1) Place the test chart so that its edge is aligned with the A4 (Letter)
reference line on the document table. Then place a B4 (14″ × 8
1/2″) white paper on the test chart and close the document cover.
2. Copy density adjustment
A. Copy density adjustment timing
The copy density adjustment must be performed in the following cases:
● When maintenance is performed.
● When the developing bias/grid bias voltage is adjusted.
● When the optical section is cleaned.
● When a part in the optical section is replaced.
● When the optical section is disassembled.
● When the OPC drum is replaced.
● When the main control PWB is replaced.
● When the EEPROM on the main control PWB is replaced.
● When the memory trouble (U2) occurs.
White paper
B. Note for copy density adjustment
1) Arrangement before execution of the copy density adjustment
● Clean the optical section.
● Clean or replace the charger wire.
● Check that the voltage at the high voltage section and the developing bias voltage are in the specified range.
Test chart
C. Necessary tool for copy density adjustment
● One of the following test charts:
UKOG-0162FCZZ, UKOG-0089CSZZ, KODAK GRAY SCALE
● B4 (14″ × 8 1/2″) white paper
● The user program AE setting should be “3.”
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(2) Perform the adjustment in each mode.
1) Execute SIM 46-1.
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9
10
2) Select the mode to be adjusted with the exposure mode select key.
Set the exposure level to 3 for all adjustment. (Except for the auto
mode.)
W
(1)
(2)
Test chart comparison table
UKOG0162FCZZ
DENSITY No.
1
UKOG0089CSZZ
DENSITY No.
0.1
KODAK GRAY
SCALE
2
3
4
0.2
1
5
6
7
8
0.3
2
3
4
9
10
W
0.5 1.9
0
(1) Mode select key/display
lamp
19
A
(2) Exposure level select
key/display lamp
D. Features of copy density adjustment
For the copy density adjustment, the image data shift function provided
in the image process LSI is used.
List of the adjustment modes
Adjustment
mode
Exposure mode
display lamp
Exposure
level
Auto mode
Auto lamp ON
—
“3” is slightly
copied.
Sharp gray chart
adjustment level
Auto Mode
Brightness 1 step only
Manual Mode
Brightness 5 steps. Adjustment of only the
center brightness is made.
Manual mode
Manual lamp ON
3
Photo Mode
Brightness 5 steps. Adjustment of only the
center brightness is made.
“3” is slightly
copied.
Photo mode
Photo lamp ON
3
“3” is slightly
copied.
Manual T/S
mode
Brightness 5 steps. Adjustment of only the
center brightness is made.
Manual T/S
mode
Manual lamp/Photo
lamp ON
3
“4” is slightly
copied.
T/S Auto mode
Brightness 1 step only
Auto T/S
mode
Auto lamp/Photo
lamp ON
3
“4” is slightly
copied.
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3) Make a copy.
Check the adjustment level (shown in the above table) of the exposure test chart (Sharp Gray Scale).
B. DV bias adjustment
Note:
● A digital multi meter with internal resistance of 1GΩ must be
used for correct adjustment.
Sharp Gray Scale adjustment level
1
2
3
Non toner
save mode
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
W
Procedures
1. Set the digital multi meter range to DC500V.
2. Set the positive side of the test rod to the connector CN-10-1 (DV
BIAS) and set the negative side to the connector CN10-2 (FG).
3. Execute SIM 8-1. (The developing bias is outputted for 30 sec.)
4. Adjust the control volume (VR-121) so that the output voltage is –
400 ±5V.
Slightly copied.
Not copied.
1
2
Toner save
mode
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
W
Slightly copied.
Not copied.
(When too bright): Decrease the value displayed on the copy
quantity display.
(When too dark): Increase the value displayed on the copy quantity display.
* The value can be set in the range of 1 — 99.
3. High voltage adjustment
A. Main charger (Grid bias)
Note:
● Use a digital multi meter with internal resistance of 10MΩ or
more measurement.
● After adjusting the grid LOW output, adjust the HIGH output.
Do not reverse the sequence.
Procedures
1. Set the digital multi meter range to DC700V.
2. Set the positive side of the test rod to the connector CN11-3 (GRID)
of high voltage section of the power PWB and set the negative side
to the frame ground (radiating plate).
3. Execute SIM 8-3. (The main charger output is supplied for 30 sec
in the grid voltage LOW output mode.)
4. Adjust the control volume (VR-141) so that the output voltage is –
400 ±20V.
5. Execute SIM 8-2. (The main charger output is supplied for 30 sec
in the grid voltage HIGH output mode.)
6. Adjust the control volume (VR-142) so that the output voltage is 580
±10V.
4. Duplex adjustment
A. Adjusting the paper reverse position in memory
for duplex copying
This step adjusts the front surface printing (odd-number pages of a
document set) in the S-D mode copying and the leading edge position
of an image on even-number pages in the D-S mode.
That is, it covers the adjustment of the second surface printing mode
(image loss at the front edge of an image) in which image data is once
stored in memory.
The image data is read, starting from its front end in the document
delivery direction (Reference direction of document setting in the OC
mode)and stored in memory.
This stored image data is printed starting at the printing start position,
in the order of last-stored data to the first-stored data.
In other words, the front edge image loss of the image can be adjusted
by changing the document read end position.
(Adjustment procedure)
1) Preparing test chart (Draw a scale at the rear end of one side of
a sheet of A4 white paper or letter paper)
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2) Set the test chart so that the scale is positioned as shown below,
in the S-D mode and the D-S mode.
Scale (S-D mode)
(Adjustment procedure)
(1) Paper trailing edge void quantity
1) Preparing test chart (Draw a scale at the rear end of one side of
a sheet of A/4 white paper or letter paper)
2) Set the test chart on the document glass as shown below.
Scale (D-S mode)
Document guide
The trailing edge has a scale
3) Execute simulation 50-18 to make a copy and check the front edge
image loss at the area where the scale is printed.
Adjust the setting so that the front edge image loss is less than 4.0
mm in the R-SPF mode.
An increase of 1 in setting represents an increase of 0.1 mm in
image loss.
Table glass
3) Using the user simulation [18], set the paper size of the first cassette.
Letter paper: 4
A4 paper: 3
4) Execute simulation 50-19 to turn on the TEXT lamp and make the
printing mode in OC-D mode.
Make a copy of the test chart to check the void area of the scale
on the image.
Front edge of paper
The front edge of the
scale on test chart
less than 4 mm
Void area
5 10
Void position to be check
Paper
The trailing edge void on the first printing surface
is shown above.
Adjust the setting so that the void area is 4 - 5 mm.
An increase in 1 of setting represents 0.1 mm in void area.
2nd printing surface where scale is printed (lower side)
(2) Image cut trailing edge void quantity (R-SPF)
1) Set the test chart so that the scale is positioned as shown below.
B. Adjusting trailing edge void in duplex copy mode
This is the adjustment of the first surface printing mode (rear end void)
in duplex copying.
In a duplex copying operation, the paper is delivered starting from the
rear end of the first printing surface. It is therefore necessary to make
a void area at the rear end on the first printing surface to prevent paper
jam at the fusing part.
There are two adjustment modes:
1) Image cut rear end void quantity (R-SPF) 50-19(AE)
The size (length) of a document read from the R-SPF is detected,
the image at the trailing edge of the first printing surface is cut to
make a void area. (The adjustment of void quantity at the time
when the cassette paper size is not recognized.)
2) Paper trailing edge void quantity 50-19 (TEXT)
This adjustment is made when the cassette paper size is recognized. The trailing edge void quantity can be adjusted by changing
the trailing edge image laser OFF timing.
The paper void quantity should be first adjusted before the image cut
trailing edge void quantity (R-SPF) is adjusted.
Scale (D-D mode)
2) Execute simulation 50-19 to turn on the AE lamp and make the
printing mode in the D-D mode.
3) Remove and reinsert the cassette.
NOTE: Make sure to carry out this step before making a copy
during this adjustment.
4) Make a copy and check the void area of the scale on the image.
Adjust the setting so that the void area is 2 - 4 mm.
An increase of 1 in setting represents an increase of 0.1 mm in
void area.
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B. FAX mode density adjustment (Individual mode)
(<FAX mode> SIM 46-14 – 16)
5. Density section
A. FAX mode density adjustment (Overall mode)
(<FAX mode> SIM 46-12)
1) Set the test chart (TRAP23109SCZZ CCITT #3 chart) on the OC
table as shown below, and close the OC cover.
1) Set the test chart (TRAP23109SCZZ <CCITT #3 chart>) on the
OC table as shown below, and close the OC cover.
A4
A4
A4
A4
Glass holding plate
Glass holding plate
2) Switch to the FAX mode and execute SIM 46-14 to 46-16
depending on the adjustment mode.
3) After warming up, shading is performed and the current density
level is displayed on the lower two digits of the display section.
4) Enter the set value with the 10-key to adjust the FAX image density.
5) Make a copy, and adjust the density with the copy as a reference.
2) Switch to the FAX mode and execute SIM 46-12.
3) After warming up, shading is performed and the current density
level is displayed on the lower two digits of the display section
in standard and auto density mode.
4) Enter the set value with the 10-key to adjust the FAX image density.
5) Make a copy, and adjust so that the following adjustment
specification is satisfied.
When an adjustment is made in this mode, the exposure level for each
communication mode and each density mode are automatically adjusted accordingly.
<Adjustment specifications>
Resolution
mode
<Adjustment specifications>
Density
mode
Resolution
mode
Auto
Standard
SIM
FAX
mode
46-12
CCITT #3
chart
output
result
“3” is
slightly
copied.
Set value
The greater
the set
value is, the
greater the
density is,
and vice
versa.
Set
range
Density
changeover
SIM
Fine
Switched with
the density
select key.
FAX
mode
46-14
Super
fine
Switched with
the density
select key.
FAX
mode
46-15
Ultra
fine
Switched with
the density
select key.
FAX
mode
46-16
1 – 99
8 – 11
Set value
The greater the
set value is, the
greater the
density is, and
vice versa.
Set
range
1 – 99
AR-F152
6) Start transmission from the line.
6. Communication section
Note: These items are factory adjusted when shipping according to
FCC standards. Therefore, do not change the setting in the
market.
H:xx
L:yy
1:YES 2:NO
SENDING DTMF
A. Dial test (<FAX mode> SIM 66-13)
(1) Dial pulse transmission test
1) Execute SIM 66-13 in FAX mode.
2) Execute the dial pulse mode according to the instructions on the
LCD display.
xx: High group soft SW set value
yy: Low group soft SW set value
SIM
SELECT SIGNAL
1:PULSE 2:DTMF
DTMF
transmission
level
3) Set the make time.
INPUT MAKE TIME
(0–15)
4) Select the dial to be transmitted.
Default: 0123456789#
(After deleting with the clear key, it can be set to any desired
value.)
5) Transmission is started from the line.
SEND yyPPS xxm s
1:YES 2:NO
SENDING yyPPS xxm s
SIM
Dial
pulse
make
time
10
PPS
FAX
mode
66-13
Soft SW
Initial
value
SW671 – 4
40ms
(14)
Set value
SW set value:
0 – 15
Make time:
25 – 41ms
1ms
step
(Binary
input)
(2) DTMF signal transmission level adjustment
1) Execute SIM 66-13 in the FAX mode.
2) Execute the DTMF mode according to the instructions on the
LCD display.
SELECT SIGNAL
1:PULSE 2:DTMF
3) Select the signal transmission level.
The signal transmission level is classified into two groups: the
high group, and the low group.
Transmission can be made with either of default and the soft
SW set value.
SELECT HIGH LEVEL
1:DEFAULT 2:SOFT SW.
SELECT LOW LEVEL
1:DEFAULT 2:SOFT SW.
4) The transmission level can be set when the following menu is
displayed on the LCD. (et value 1 = 0.5dB change)
INPUT VALUE
(0–15)
(This value is returned to the original value when the simulation
mode is canceled.)
5) Select the dial signal to be transmitted.
Default: 0123456789#
(After deleting with the clear key, it can be set to any desired value.)
8 – 12
High (FAX
group mode)
66-13
Low
group (Test
only)
Soft SW
Initial
value
SW531 – 4
3.5dB
(7)
SW535 – 8
3.5dB
(7)
Set value
SW set
value: 0 –
15
Transmission level: 0
– 7.5db
0.5ms
step
(Binary
input)
AR-F152
[9] SIMULATION, FAX SOFTWARE SWITCH, TROUBLE CODES
1. List of simulations
The simulations for the AR-F152 (with Fax functions) are shown in bold fonts.
Sim
No.
01
02
Kind of
main code
Optical
system
SPF
Individual
load
operation
05
Lamp ON
check
06
Machine
individual
load
operation
Aging
07
08
High
voltage
output check
10
14
Other
Trouble
reset
U2 trouble
reset
Maintenance
counter
clear
Counter
setup
(When
maintenance)
16
20
21
22
Counter
display
Sub
code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
01
02
03
01
02
25
Main motor
ON
SPF sensor status display
Motor ON
Paper feed solenoid ON
Pressure release solenoid ON
(RSPF)
Resist clutch ON (RSPF)
Gate solenoid ON (RSPF)
Operation panel display check
Fusing lamp ON + Cooling fan
HIGH/LOW speed
Copy lamp ON
Paper feed solenoid ON
Resist solenoid ON
06
01
02
03
06
None
None
Warm up display and aging with
jam
Intermittent aging
Developing bias
Main charger (Grid high)
Grid voltage (Low)
Transfer charger
Toner motor aging
Cancel troubles other than U2
None
Cancel of U2 trouble
01
Maintenance/mini-maintenance
counter clear
01
02
Maintenance cycle setup
Mini-maintenance cycle setup
Sub
code
01
02
03
04
06
07
20
30
37
39
40
42
43
44
30
43
Sensor
operation
check
(Standard
provision)
Fusing
temperature
setup
55
01
01
04
05
09
46
Exposure
adjustment
01
12
13
14
15
01
04
05
06
08
12
14
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
Special
counter
clear
Mirror scan operation
Kind of
main code
Various
setup
47
01
02
24
Sim
No.
26
Operation
01
04
06
07
08
09
10
11
13
14
01
10
Maintenance/mini-maintenance
counter display
Maintenance/mini-maintenance
preset display
Jam total counter display
Total counter display
Developer counter display
SPF counter display
Drum counter display
P-ROM version display
Copy counter display
Printer counter display
FAX print counter display
Scanner counter display
SPF jam total counter display
FAX reception counter display
FAX transmission counter
display
Jam total counter clear
SPF counter clear
Developer counter clear
Drum counter clear
Copy counter clear
Printer counter clear
FAX transmission/reception
counter clear
FAX print counter clear
Scanner counter clear
SPF jam total counter clear
Main motor system ON + Cooling
fan low speed (For the duplex
model, the duplex motor is
simultaneously turned on.)
Polygon motor ON
48
50
Magnification
ratio
correction
Lead edge
adjustment
19
01
01
10
18
19
51
61
63
64
9 – 1
Timing
adjustment
Laser
system
operation
Shading
Self print
02
06
03
01
01
66
FAX PWB
check
None
67
Program
Download
14
Operation
Manual feed setup
SPF setup
Second cassette setup
Machine duplex setup
Destination setup
Machine conditions check
Rear edge void setup
CE mark conformity control
ON/OFF setup
Cancel of stop at developer over
Memory capacity setup
Polygon motor OFF time setup
Transfer ON timing control setup
Side void setup
SPF document rear edge read
setup
FAX document rear edge scan
setup
CRUM destination display
Paper sensor status display
Normal copy
Fusing temperature setup 2
Duplex mode fusing temperature
setup
Postcard size paper fusing control
setup
Copy density adjustment
FAX density overall adjustment
FAX density adjustment
(Standard mode)
FAX density adjustment (Fine
character mode)
FAX density adjustment (Super
Fine mode)
γ Table adjustment (Copy mode)
Front/rear scan direction
Lead edge image position
adjustment
Paper lead edge/rear edge void
adjustment
Paper center offset +
OC/Document center offset +
SPF document center offset
Memory reverse position
adjustment
Duplex copy rear edge void
adjustment
Resist quantity adjustment
SPF exposure correction
Polygon motor check
(HSYNC output check)
Shading check
Self print only with the engine (1
by 2 mode)
Simulation on the FAX panel
(For details, refer to the FAX
simulation.)
PCL PWB program download
AR-F152
2. Contents of simulations (new or revised simulations only)
Input method: Clear key → Exposure Select key → Clear key → Exposure Select key
Main code
Sub code
01
01
Content
Mirror scan operation
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the mirror home position is detected.
Sensor name
Mirror home position sensor
Display lamp
OPC drum cartridge replacement lamp
2. When the _START key is pressed, scanning is executed at the speed corresponding to the currently set copy
magnification ratio.
The copy magnification ratio can be arbitrarily set with the magnification ratio select key/zoom key.
02
02
SPF sensor status display
ON/OFF of the sensors in the SPF can be checked with the following lamps.
Display
Toner cartridge replacement lamp
Jam lamp
Developer replacement lamp
SPF jam lamp
Sensor
Document set detection (SPID)
SPF document transport detection (SPPD)
SPF cover open detection (SCOD)
SPF open/close detection (SDSW)
FAX document size detection
Paper size detection
FAX/SPF B4 size detection (SB4D)
SPF lamp
05
06
03
Motor ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the start key is pressed, the SPF motor rotates for 10 sec at the speed corresponding to the currently set
magnification ratio.
04
Paper feed solenoid ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the start key is pressed, the SPF paper feed solenoid repeats ON (500 ms) and OFF (500 ms) 20 times.
05
Pressure release solenoid ON (RSPF)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the start key is pressed, the RSPF document transport solenoid (SPFS) repeats ON (500 ms) and OFF
(500 ms) 20 times.
06
Resist clutch ON (RSPF)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the start key is pressed, the RSPF resist clutch (SRRC) repeats ON (500 ms) and OFF (500 ms) 20
times.
07
Gate solenoid ON (RSPF)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the start key is pressed, the RSPF gate solenoid (SGS) repeats ON (500 ms) and OFF (500 ms) 20
times.
01
Operation panel display check
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the LED on the operation panel is lighted for 5 sec. The LED on the FAX
panel and the LCD black background are displayed simultaneously.
02
Fusing lamp ON + cooling fan HIGH/LOW speed
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the fusing lamp repeats ON (500ms) and OFF (500msec) 5 times.
During this period, the cooling fan rotates in the high speed mode. After completion of the operation, the cooling
fan rotates in the low speed mode.
03
Copy lamp ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the copy lamp is lighted for 5 sec.
01
Paper feed solenoid ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the paper feed solenoid selected by the tray select key repeats ON (500ms)
and OFF (500ms) 20 times.
02
Resist solenoid ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the resist solenoid (RRS) repeats ON (500ms) and OFF (500ms) 20 times.
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Main code
Sub code
07
01
Warm-up display and aging with jam
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When the simulation is executed, warming up is started.
2. Warm-up time is counted and displayed every second on the copy quantity display.
3. After completion of warm-up, the time count is stopped and the ready lamp is lighted.
4. Press the clear key to clear the warm-up time display, set the copy quantity, and press the START key, and
the machine will copy the set quantity repeatedly.
06
Intermittent aging
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When the simulation is executed, warming up is started.
2. After completion of warm-up, the ready lamp is lighted.
3. Set the copy quantity and press the START key, and the machine will copy the set quantity repeatedly.
4. After 3 sec of the interval time from completion of copying the set quantity, the machine will resume copying.
5. The above operation 4 is repeated.
01
Developing bias
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the developing bias is outputted for 30 sec.
02
Main charger (Grid high)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the main charger output is supplied for 30 sec in the grid voltage HIGH mode.
03
Grid voltage (Low)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the main charger output is supplied for 30 sec in the grid voltage LOW mode.
06
Transfer charger
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the transfer charger output is supplied for 30 sec.
08
Content
10
None
Toner motor aging
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the toner motor output is supplied for 30 sec.
14
None
Cancel of troubles other than U2
(Operation/Procedure)
After canceling the trouble, the simulation is also automatically canceled.
16
None
Cancel of U2 trouble
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When the START key is pressed, the EEPROM total counter check sum is rewritten and the trouble is
canceled.
2. After canceling the trouble, the simulation is also automatically canceled.
20
01
Maintenance/mini-maintenance counter clear
When the Print switch is pressed, the maintenance counter is cleared, and 000000 is displayed. When the
destination has been set to Japan AB series, the mini-maintenance counter is cleared.
21
01
Maintenance cycle setup
The currently set maintenance cycle code is displayed (initial display), and the set data is stored.
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
02
Setup
3,000 sheets
6,000 sheets
9,000 sheets
13,000 sheets
25,000 sheets
Free (999,999 sheets) ∗ Default
Mini-maintenance cycle setup (Valid only when the destination is set to Japan AB series.)
The current set code of maintenance cycle is displayed (Initial display), and the set data is stored.
Code
0
1
2
Setup
5,000 sheets
∗ Default
10,000 sheets
Free (999,999 sheets)
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Main code
Sub code
22
01
Maintenance/mini-maintenance counter display
The display is the same as the total counter value display.
When the destination is set to other than Japan AB series, the maintenance counter is displayed.
When the destination is set to Japan AB series, the mini-maintenance counter is displayed. The display is the
same as the total counter value display.
02
Maintenance/mini-maintenance preset display
The preset value corresponding to the code set in 21-01 and 21-02.
The display is the same as the total counter value display.
When the destination is set to other than Japan AB series, the maintenance preset value is displayed.
When the destination is set to Japan AB series, the mini-maintenance preset value is displayed.
04
Jam total counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
05
Total counter display
The total count value is dispalyed in 3 digits × 2 times repeatedly.
<Display example: 12345>
012 → Blank → 345 → Blank → 012
0.7s
0.3s
0.7s
1.0s
0.7s
06
Developer counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
08
SPF counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
12
Drum counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
14
P-ROM versiondisplay
The P-ROM version is displayed in 3 digits on the value display section.
(AR, DM, PCL models: 100% Zoom lamp display)
17
Copy counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
18
Printer counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
20
Fax print counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
21
Scanner counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
22
SPF jam total counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
23
FAX reception counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
24
FAX transmission counter display
The display method is the same as the total count value display.
01
Jam total counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the jam total count value is reset to 0.
04
SPF counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the SPF count value is reset to 0.
06
Developer counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the drum count value is reset to 0.
07
Drum counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the drum count value is reset to 0.
08
Copy counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the copy count value is reset to 0.
09
Printer counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the printer count value is reset to 0.
10
FAX transmission/reception counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the FAX transmission/reception count value is reset to 0.
11
FAX print counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the Fax print-out count value is reset to 0.
13
Scanner counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the scanner count value is reset to 0.
24
Content
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Main code
Sub code
24
14
SPF jam total counter clear
When the PRINT switch is pressed, the SPF jam total count value is reset to 0.
25
01
Main motor system ON + Cooling fan low speed (For the duplex model, the duplex motor is simultaneously
turned on.)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the main motor is rotated for 30 sec.
To save toner consumption, the different operations are executed depending on installation of the developing unit.
⋅ When the developing unit is installed, the developing bias, the main charger, and the grid are also outputted.
⋅ When the developing unit is not installed, only the motor is rotated.
∗ Do not turn on the door open/close switch forcibly to execute this simulation.
10
Polygon motor ON
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the polygon motor is operated for 30sec.
01
Manual feed setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set bypass code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number corresponding to the bypass and press the START key, and the setting will be
changed.
26
Content
Code number
0
1
02
SPF setup
When this simulation is executed, the currently set SPF code number is displayed. Enter the code number of the
SPF to be set and press the PRINT switch. The setup is changed.
Code No.
0
1
2
03
Second cassette
Without second cassette
With second cassette
Machine duplex setup
(Operation/procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set duplex code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number corresponding to the duplex and press the ENTER key, and the setup will be changed.
Code number
0
1
06
SPF
Without SPF
With SPF (Setup is required when installing FAX.)
With RSPF
Second cassette setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number of the second cassette is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the start key. The setting is changed.
Code number
0
1
04
Bypass
Single bypass
Multi bypass
Duplex
Without Duplex
With Duplex
Destination setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set destination code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number corresponding to the destination and press the START key, and the setting will be
changed.
Code number
0
1
2
Destination
Inch series
EX AB series
Japan AB series
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Main code
Sub code
26
07
Content
Machine conditions check
(Operation/Procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current machine setting is displayed.
CPM
10 cpm
12 cpm
15 cpm
20
CE mark application setting
CE mark application control OFF
CE mark application control ON
Setting
Stop at developer life over
Stop cancel at developer life over
Memory capacity setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
2
40







Rear edge void setting
Rear edge void allowed
Rear edge void not allowed
Cancel of stop at developer life over
When this simulation is executed, the current set code is displayed. Enter a new code and press the PRINT
switch, and the entered code is registered.
Code number
0
1
39
The machine type is shown with the lamp display.
No setup: None
BTA-A: AE mode lamp ON
BTA-B: TEXT mode lamp ON
BTA-C: Photo mode lamp ON
CE mark conformity control ON/OFF setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number of CE mark application is displayed.
2. Enter the code number of CE mark application and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
37







Rear edge void setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number of rear edge void setting is displayed.
2. Enter the code number of rear edge void setting and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
30
Copy quantity display
10
12
15
Setting
No memory
4 Mbyte
6 Mbyte
Polygon motor OFF time setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
2
3
Setting
0 sec
30 sec
60 sec
90 sec
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Main code
Sub code
26
42
Content
Transfer ON timing control setup
(Operation / Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the START key, and the setting will be changed. (For any number different
from the following ones, the default time is automatically set.)
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
43
Side void setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number of the side void amount is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the start key. The setting is changed.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
44
Setting
Default (330 msec)
–40 msec
–30 msec
–20 msec
–10 msec
Default (330 msec)
+10 msec
+20 msec
+30 msec
+40 msec
Setting
0 mm
0.5 mm
1.0 mm
1.5 mm
2.0 mm *Default
2.5 mm
3.0 mm
3.5 mm
4.0 mm
4.5 mm
5.0 mm
SPF document rear edge read setup + Fax document rear edge scan setup.
When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed. Enter the desired code number
and press the START key, and the display will be changed. The document rear edge scanning area in SPF
reduction (less than 100%) copy is changed.
The code number is changeable in the range of 0 – 8.
The default value is 4, and 2 mm of the document rear edge is cut.
When the value is changed by 1, the area is changed by 1 mm.
47
FAX document rear edge scan setup
When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed. Enter the desired code number
and press the print switch, and the setup is switched. The scan area at the rear edge of FAX original with SPF
is changed according to the entered code number.
Code number is in the range of 0 – 8.
The default is 4. When set to the default, the area of about 2 mm from the rear edge of the original is cut out.
When the value is changed by 1, the dimension is changed by about 1 mm.
55
CRUM destination display
When this simulation is executed, the current setup of the CRUM destination stored in the machine is displayed.
Code number
00
01
02
03
Setting
No setup
BTA-A
BTA-B
BTA-C
9 – 7
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
30
01
Content
Paper sensor status display
The paper sensor status is displayed with the lamps on the operation panel.
Display
Toner cartridge replacement lamp
JAM lamp
Developer cartridge replacement lamp
2nd cassette lamp
AE lamp
Exposure level 1 (Light) lamp
Exposure level 5 (Dark) lamp
43
01
Fusing temperature setup (Normal copy)
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
04
Set temperature (˚C)
175
180
185
190
195 (∗ Default)
200
Fusing temperature setup 2
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number and press the START key, and the setting will be changed.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
05
Sensor
Paper detection before resist (PPD1)
Fusing section paper detection (PPD2)
Paper exit paper detection (POD)
2nd CS paper detection (PPD3)
Single manual feed paper detection (MFD)
Main cassette A4 width detection (PSW1)
2nd cassette A4 width detection (PSW2)
Set temperature (˚C)
155
160
165
170 (∗ Default)
175
180
Duplex mode fusing temperature setup
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed.
2. Enter the code number corresponding to the duplex and press the START key. The setting is changed
accordingly.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Shift temperature (˚C)
±0˚C
–8˚C
–6˚C
–4˚C
–2˚C
±0˚C
+2˚C
+4˚C
+6˚C
+8˚C
∗ The above shift temperature set by this simulation is added to the fusing temperature of single copy.
09
Postcard size paper fusing control setup
Code number
0
1
Setup
Cancel (Default)
Setup
9 – 8
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
46
01
Content
Copy density adjustment
(Outline)
Used to adjust the copy density in each copy mode.(The copy density can be set by changing the set value of
ASIC GAMMA ADJUST register.)
Setting in each copy mode is performed at exposure level 3. When the copy density (exposure) is adjusted
arbitrarily, the max, and min. exposure levels are automatically calculated and set. (The change amounts
(gradient, change amount) at level 1 – 5 are predetermined.)
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, warming up and shading are performed and the current set value is
displayed in two digits.
2. Press the copy mode select key to select each setting mode and setting display.
∗ The copy mode setting is indicated with the following lamps as shown below.
3. Change the setting with the value up-down key and press the START key, and a copy will be made with the
entered set value.
4. Press the clear key to store the set value and exit the simulation.
Copy mode
AE mode
TEXT mode
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT)
TS mode (AE)
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
Relationship between the displayed values and the GAMMA ADJUST register
AE
TEXT
PHOTO
T/S
Exp1
–24
–24
–24
–24
Exp2
–12
–12
–12
–12
Exp3
0
0
0
0
Exp4
+12
+12
+12
+12
Exp5
+24
+24
+24
+24
The value displayed after execution of this simulation can be set in the range of 0 – 99 with 50 as the center
value.
When the text mode set value is Gat3, for example, the GAMMA ADJUST register value set at Exp1 is:
Text Exp1 = Gat3 – 50 – 24
When 40 is set to Gat3, Text Exp1 = 40 – 50 – 24 = –34
Then set the GAMMA ADJUST register set value to –34.
Perform the same procedure for each mode and each Exp.
∗ The above table may subject to change.
∗ For the gradient, there is a similar table, though not specified here. The value set with SIM 46, however, is
not reflected.
∗ The AE mode Exp selection is not specified, but corresponds to the grades for AE exposure selection in the
former models.
12
FAX density overall adjustment
Used to set the normal mode density setup value added with each FAX resolution mode correction value to
each FAX resolution mode collectively.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warming up and shading are performed and the currently set value is
displayed in 2 digits. (Center value: 50)
Change the set value with the value up-down key and press the PRINT switch. The entered value is stored and
the simulation is terminated.
During this mode, the resolution mode cannot be selected.
The range of values dispalyed after execution of this simulation is 0 - 99 with 50 as the center.
∗ when reading FAX, the AE density can be selected in three levels (Dark, Normal, Light). However, in this
mode, copying is made in Normal. (There is no manual setup in reading FAX.)
13
FAX density adjustment (Standard mode)
Used to set the density set value in the normal mode individually.
(Operating procedure)
Same as the FAX density overall adjustment.
9 – 9
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
Content
46
14
FAX density adjustment (Fine mode)
Used to set the denisty set value in the small character mode individually.
(Operating procedure)
Same as the FAX density overall adjustment.
Since, however, the small character mode has the Text document mode and the Photo document mode,
changeover can be made with the copy mode select key and the set value of the selected mode is displayed on
the copy quantity display. The copy mode setup is made as shown below.
Mode
Text document mode
Photo document mode
15
FAX density adjustment (Super Fine mode)
Used to set the density set value in the fine mode individually.
(Operating procedure)
Same as the FAX density overall adjustment.
19
γ table setup
When this simulation is executed, the currently set gamma table code number is displayed. Enter the code
number corresponding to your desired gamma table and press the PRINT switch, and the setup will be changed.
Code number
1
2
48
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
Photo mode lamp
01
γ table
Japan
EX Japan
Front/rear scan direction
(Outline)
(1) Front/rear scanning direction magnification ratio auto correction: (Performed by changing the set value of
ZOOM DATA register for asic.) The width of the reference line marked on the shading correction plate is
scanned to perform the front/rear direction magnification ratio adjustment automatically. (Performed by
changing the set value of ZOOM DATA register for ASIC.)
(2) Front/rear scanning direction magnification ratio manual correction: Used to set the front/rear (main scanning)
direction magnification ratio by key operations. (Performed by changing the set value of ZOOM DATA
register for ASIC.)
(3) Scanning direction magnification ratio correction: The scanning direction magnification ratio in the OC mode is
set by key operations. (Performed by changing the scanning speed.)
(4) SPF mode scanning direction magnification ratio correction: The scanning direction magnification ratio in the
OC mode is set by key operations. (Performed by changing the scanning speed.)
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed in two digits. (Center value: 50)
2. When the copy mode select key is pressed, the setting mode and the setting display are changed
sequentially.
∗ The selected adjustment mode is indicated by the lamps as follows:
3. In the front/rear scanning direction adjustment, when the START key is pressed, the mirror base unit moves
to the white plate for shading and the width of the reference line is read and the correction value is
calculated and displayed and the value is stored.
In the case of the manual adjustment, enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the START key.
Then the entered value is stored and a copy is made. (An increase of 1 in the set value corresponds to an
increase of 0.1mm.)
4. Press the clear key to store the set value and exit the simulation.
Adjustment mode
Front/rear direction magnification ratio auto correction
Front/rear direction magnification ratio manual correction
Scanning direction magnification ratio correction
SPF mode scanning direction magnification ratio correction
Lamps ON
AE lamp
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamps
In the front-rear direction magnification ratio correction:
(1) The result of calculation of the scan correction value is ±5% or less, “- -” is displayed.
(Cause) The white plate reference position error or the lens unit installing error
(2) In case of a scanning error of the reference line, the JAM lamp is turned on.
(Cause) CCD error or no white plate
∗) If the automatic correction of magnification ratio does not work properly, adjust and correct manually.
9 – 10
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
50
01
Content
Lead edge image position adjustment + Paper lead edge/rear edge void adjustment
(Outline)
This adjustment is used to adjust the copy image position and lead edge/rear edge void amount on the copy
paper by adjusting the image scan start position and the print start position (resist roller ON timing) at 100%.
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set value is displayed in two digits. (Center value: 50)
2. When the copy mode select key is pressed, each setting mode and the display are changed.
∗ The selected adjustment mode is indicated by the lamps as shown in the table below.
3. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the start key. The set value is stored and a copy is
made. (When the set value is increased by 1, the void amount is shifted by 0.1 mm.)
4. When the clear key is pressed, the set value is stored and the simulation mode is terminated.
Adjustment mode
Print start position (Main cassette)
Print start position (2nd cassette)
Print start position (Manual paper feed)
Image lead edge void quantity
Image scan start position
Image rear edge void quantity
SPF image scan start position
Lighting lamps
AE, Main cassette lamps
AE, 2nd lamps
AE, Manual feed lamps
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamps
AE, TEXT lamps
(Adjustment method)
1. Set the print start position (A: AE ON), the lead edge void amount (B: TEXT ON), the scanning start position
(C: PHOTO ON) to zero and make a copy of a scale at 100%.
2. Measure the image loss R (mm) of the scale.
Set as C = 10 × R (mm). (Example: Set to 30.)
(Example)
∗ When C is increased by 10, the image loss is decreased
by 1 mm. (Default: 5)
Distance from the paper
lead edge to the image
H = 5mm
3. Measure the distance H (mm) from the paper lead edge to
the image print start position.
Set as A = 10 × R (mm). (Example: Set to 50.)
Image loss
R = 3mm
∗ When the value of A is increased by 10, the image lead
edge is shifted toward the paper lead edge by 1 mm.
(Default: 50)
4. Set the lead edge void amount as B = 50 (2.5 mm).
(Default: 50)
∗ When the value of B is increased by 10, the void is
increased by about 1 mm.
(For 25 or less, however, the void amount becomes zero.)
✩ The SPF adjustment is made by adjusting the SPF image scan start position immediately after turning on the
power.
10
Paper center offset + OC/Document center offset + SPF document center offset
(Outline)
The center offset position of copy image on the copy paper and that of document scan are adjusted by
adjusting the scan left margin of ASIC and the print left margin register set value.
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set value is displayed.
2. For a machine with a multi manual paper feed unit installed, when the copy mode select key is pressed, each
set mode and display are changed.
For a machine with a single manual paper feed unit installed, when the copy mode select key is pressed,
each set mode and display are changed.
✩ Machine with a multi manual paper feed unit
Adjustment mode
Print center offset (Main cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (2nd cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (Manual paper feed)
OC/Document center offset
SPF/Document center offset
9 – 11
AE,
AE,
AE,
AE,
AE,
Display lamp
main cassette lamp
2nd cassette lamp
Manual paper feed lamp
TEXT lamp
TEXT, PHOTO lamp
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
50
10
Content
✩ Machine with a single manual paper feed unit
Adjustment mode
Print center offset (Main cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (Manual paper feed)
OC/Document center offset
SPF/Document center offset
18
Display lamp
AE, Main cassette lamp
AE lamp (Blinking)
AE, TEXT lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamp
Memory reverse position adjustment in duplex copy
When this simulation is executed, the currently set correction value is displayed. Enter the desired correction
value with the 10-key and press the print key. The entered value is stored. (The correction value ranges from 1
to 99. 0 or 50 for zero correction.)
Front print in the S-D mode and even page print in the D-S mode are performed with reverse memory operation
from the rear of the original. When, therefore, the print position adjustment of the output image is required,
perform the adjustment as follows:
The image direction in reverse memory copy is shown in Fig. 1. When the original scanning is made in the
arrow direction, output images are printed from the rear edge of scanning.
If, therefore, the print lead edge is shifted, set the reference chart so that the reference position is in the rear
and use this simulation to change the simulation set value so that the lead edge of print images comes in the
proper position.
Printing is started at the print start position and executed from the final memory image data to the head data.
By changing the position of the end data stored in memory with the simulation set value, the image lead edge
position is adjusted and the read edge position of scanning is changed.
Therefore, the end position of scanning is changed by the simulation set value to change the position of the end
data stored in memory. The image lead edge is adjusted in this manner.
Paper transport direction
Original transport direction
Lead edge of scanning
Print lead edge
Lead edge void (1)
Print start position
End position of scanning
(Default: Scan cut by void(1))
Rear edge void
Print rear edge
Rear edge of scanning
Scanning direction
19
Duplex copy rear edge void adjustment
Used to adjust the rear edge void in duplex copy.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the currently set value is displayed in 2 digits.
When the copy mode select key is pressed, the set mode and the display are switched sequentially.
Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the print key, and the entered value is stored and a copy
is made. When the clear key is pressed, the entered value is stored and the simulation mode is terminated.
(When the set value is increased by 1, the void is increased by about 0.1mm.)
Adjustment mode
Image cut rear edge void (RSPF)
Paper rear edge void
Lamp ON
AE lamp
TEXT lamp
9 – 12
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
51
02
Content
Resist quantity adjustment
Used to adjust the contact pressure of paper onto the copier resist roller and the RSPF resist roller.
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set value is displayed.
2. In a machine with the multi paper feed unit installed, press the copy mode select key, and each setting mode
and display are changed sequentially.
In a machine with the single paper feed unit installed, press the copy mode select key, and each setting
mode and display are changed sequentially.
∗ The selected adjustment mode is indicated by the lamps as follows:
3. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the SORT key. Then the set value is stored and a copy
is made.
4. Press the clear key to store the set value and exit the simulation.
∗
Machine with the multi manual paper feed
Adjustment mode
Main cassette paper feed
2nd cassette paper feed
Manual paper feed
RSPF document feed (front)
RSPF document feed (back)
Duplex back
∗
Display lamp
AE, Main cassette lamp
AE, 2nd cassette lamp
AE, Manual paper feed lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamp
AE, TEXT lamp
TEXT, PHOTO lamp
Machine with the single manual paper feed
Adjustment mode
Main cassette paper feed
Manual paper feed
RSPF document feed (front)
RSPF document feed (back)
Duplex back
06
Display lamp
AE, Main cassette lamp
AE blinking (Main cassette lamp ON)
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamp
AE, TEXT lamp
TEXT, PHOTO lamp
SPF exposure correction
(Outline)
The SPF exposure correction amount is adjusted by adjusting the change in Vref voltage for the OC mode.
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, the currently set value is displayed.
2. Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the start key. The entered value is stored and a copy is
made.
∗ When the adjustment value is changed by 1, the D/A output is changed by +1 digit (dark) for OC
exposure. When it is changed by –1, the output is changed by –1 digit (light).
3. When the clear key is pressed, the entered value is stored and the simulation mode is terminated.
61
03
Polygon motor check (HSYNC output check)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, HSYNC is performed and the polygon motor is rotated for 30 sec.
At that time, the Zoom lamp is lighted for 100msec every time when HSYNC is detected.
63
01
Shading check
(Outline)
Used to display the detection level of the white plate for shading. (Vref of AD conversion IC is fixed.)
(Operation/Procedure)
When the START key is pressed, the mirror base unit moves to the white plate for shading and Vref+ voltage of
AD conversion IC is set to 4.5V and Vref- voltage to 0.5V, and the copy lamp is lighted.
This state is kept for 10 sec, and the level of one pixel at the center is detected every second to display on the
value display section.
64
1
Self print only with the engine (1 by 2 mode)
(Outline)
Used to print in the 1 by 2 mode by ignoring the state of the optical system.
(Operation/Procedure)
1. When this simulation is executed, warming up is made and the ready lamp is lighted.
2. Select with the cassette select key and press the start key. Paper is fed from the selected cassette and
printing is performed.
In the 1 by 2 mode, one line is printed and two lines are not printed.
9 – 13
AR-F152
Main code
Sub code
66
None
67
14
Content
Simulation on the FAX panel (For details, refer to the FAX simulation.)
PCL PWB program download
Used to download the control program for PCL PWB.
(Operating procedure)
1. Download procedure
1) Enter the simulation code, and the Ready LED will light up and the On-line LED will go off.
2) Press the PRINT switch, and the Ready LED will go off and the Flash ROM data will be deleted.
3) After completion of deletion, the On-line LED lights up.
4) Get your PC into the DOS mode and execute "COPY /Bxxx.BIN LPT1", and downloading will be started and
the On-line LED will blink.
5) After completion of downloading, execute SUM check. If there is no problem, the On-line LED will go off and
the Ready LED will light up. If there is any problem, "F9-10:PCL PWB trouble" is displayed.
6) Turn OFF/ON the power.
2. In case of a fail in downloading, turn OFF/ON the power and perform procedure 1.
3.
1)
2)
3)
Items required for Flash downloading
PC
Parallel cable
Program data file
3. FAX simulations (AR-F152 only)
A. Entering the FAX simulation mode
There are following two ways of entering the Fax simulation mode. They differ only in the key sequence and the operations of the simulation are
the same in either mode.
For key operations in the FAX simulation mode, use the LCD display and the FAX panel.
During Fax operations, the Fax simulation cannot be entered.
(1) From the FAX panel
Procedure
Procedure Position
Operation
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
Fax Panel
ROM version is displayed on the LCD.
2
Press ENTER.
Fax Panel
FAX enters the simulation mode.
The machine is in the normal display.
3
Press ← / → proper times.
Fax Panel
Each mode name is displayed on the LCD sequentially.
4
Press ENTER.
Fax Panel
The mode is determined.
5
Procedure in each mode
Fax Panel
Operations in each mode
Instead of above procedures 3 and 4, press the code (2 digits) of the target mode to enter the mode directly.
(2) From the COPIER panel
Procedure
Procedure Position
Operation
1
Press Clear, Exposure, Clear,
Exposure.
Copier Panel
Waiting for simulation code.
FAX is in the normal display.
2
Enter the main code of 66 with
10Up/1Up keys.
Copier Panel
“66” is displayed on 7SEG LED.
3
Press START key.
Copier Panel
The machine exits the simulation mode, and the FAX enters the
simulation mode.
4
Press ← / → proper times.
Fax Panel
Each mode name is displayed on the LCD sequentially.
5
Press ENTER.
Fax Panel
The mode is determined.
6
Procedure in each mode
Fax Panel
Operations in each mode
Instead of above procedures 4 and 5, press the code number (2 digits) of the target mode to enter the mode directly.
B. List of functions
Mode
#
Mode
Details of functions
LCD display
(Mode name)
01
Soft switch setting
mode
This mode is used to change the soft switch setup. The available soft switches
are SW1 to SW30. The contents of soft switches are backed up.
For details of soft switches, refer to “Software Switch for FAX.”
01:SOFT SWITCH
02
Soft switch clear
mode (Only the
setup is cleared.)
This mode is used to reset the soft switch setup (including the user option setup)
to the default.
Since, however, some of soft switches have the adjustment values, the area for
the adjustment values is excluded from the targets.
02:SOFT SW CLEAR
9 – 14
AR-F152
03
ROM & RAM
check mode
This mode is used to perform ROM check sum and RAM read/write test.
The result is shown with the buzzer and the LCD.
No error: NO ERROR/ No buzzer
ROM error : ROM ERROR / Buzzer once
RAM error : RAM ERROR / Buzzer twice
03:ROM/RAM CHECK
04
Signal send mode
This mode is used to send various signals to the line. The FAX signal is sent in
the level set with the soft switch.
There are the following kinds of signals:
04:SIGNAL SEND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
No signal ( OFF HOOK state)
DTMF
14400 bps (V.17)
12000 bps (V.17)
9600 bps (V.17)
7200 bps (V.17)
9600 bps (V.29)
7200 bps (V.29)
4800 bps (V27ter)
2400 bps (V27ter)
300 bps (FLAG)
2100 Hz (CED)
1100 Hz (CNG)
(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,#)
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
(00000000b, 11111111b,
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
01010101b)
10
Image memory
clear mode (Only
the image data is
cleared.)
This mode is used to clear the image data memory (DRAM).
10:IMAGE MEM CLEAR
14
Dial test /
adjustment mode
(Pulse 10 pps)
This mode is used to dial in dial pulse (10PPS) and to set the pulse make ratio
adjustment value.
The range of make ratio variable range: -8% ∼ +7%
The setup is reflected on the adjustment value area of the soft switch.
The dialed number is fixed to “1590.”
14:DIAL TEST 10 PPS
16
Dial test mode
(Tone)
This mode is used to dial with DTMF.
The number to be dialed is fixed to “123456789∗0#”.
16:DIAL TEST TONE
21
Print out soft
switch mode
This mode is used to print the report on the current soft switch setup.
21:PRINT SOFT SW
42
FAX Panel check
mode
This mode is used to check the keys and the LED on the FAX panel.
When any key on the FAX panel other than the STOP key is pressed, the name
of the pressed key is displayed on the LCD.
The LED’s on the FAX panel are lighted one by one sequentially.
When any change is made on a sensor in the SPF section, the sensor name as
well as its ON/OFF status is displayed on the LCD.
42:FAX PANEL TEST
43
Signal detect mode
This mode is used to detect signals in the line, and the detected signal name is
displayed on the LCD. The signals to be detected are CNG, DTMF, and silent.
The detection conditions conform to the soft switch setup.
43:SIG. DETECT
44
Long distance
comm. Select mode
This mode is used to specify the other party FAX numbers registered in the onetouch/speed dial, with which communication errors occur frequently due to poor
line conditions
To the specified parties, the max. transmission speed is compulsorily reduced to
stabilize the communication line.
The speed is available in 9600BPS and 4800BPS.
44:LONG DIST COMM
C. Operating procedures in each mode
(1) Soft SW change method
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION = <version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 0, 1.
SW # =
4
Enter the SW No. (2 digits) to be changed.
SW # = 10
5
Press ← / → to shift the cursor to the bit to be
changed. (The left edge is Bit No. 1.)
SW10 = 00010101
bit # = 12345678
9 – 15
Operation
AR-F152
6
Press FUNCTION to highlight the bit in the cursor
position.
SW10 = 10010101
bit # = 12345678
7
Press ENTER to register.
SW # =
Return to Step 3.
Press STOP to exit from the mode.
(2) Soft switch clear mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION = <version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 0, 2.
02:SOFT SW CLEAR
1:OK 2:CANCEL
4
Press 1.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
Operation
The soft switches setup is reset to the default,
and this mode is terminated.
(3) ROM & RAM check mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION = <version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 0, 3.
03:ROM/RAM CHECK
4
(Normal case)
ROM/RAM OK
Operation
(RAM error)
RAM ERROR
Two short beeps
(ROM error)
ROM ERROR
One short beep
(4) Signal send mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION = <version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 0, 4.
04:SIGNAL SEND
SELECT SIGNAL
4
Press ← or → repeatedly to select the target
signal.
<signal type>
PRESS ENTER KEY
5
When the target signal is displayed, press ENTER.
10
11
Press STOP.
12
(To terminate this mode)
Press STOP.
20
Operation
For <signal type>, refer to TABLE-3.
mode
mode
mode
mode
#
#
#
#
=
=
=
=
1
2
3
7
→ 10
→ 20
∼ 6 → 30
→ 40
1:NO SIGNAL
The relay is turned ON.
04:SIGNAL SEND
SELECT SIGNAL
The relay is turned OFF.
“NO SIGNAL” mode is terminated.
This mode is terminated.
2:DTMF
DTMF # =
21
Press any NUM key(0 ∼ 9) or ∗ or #.
2:DTMF
DTMF # = <pressed key>
22
Press STOP.
2:DTMF
DTMF # =
23
(To continue)
Go to 21.
(To change the signal kind)
Press STOP.
The DTMF signal corresponding to the
pressed key is sent.
04:SIGNAL SEND
SELECT SIGNAL
(To terminate this mode)
Press STOP twice.
This mode is terminated.
9 – 16
AR-F152
Procedure
LCD
30
Operation
<signal type>
SELECT SPEED
31
Press ← or → to select the target speed.
<signal speed>
PRESS ENTER KEY
32
When the target speed is displayed, press ENTER.
<signal speed>
SELECT DATA
33
Press ← or → to select the target data to be sent.
<data>
PRESS ENTER KEY
For <data>, refer to TABLE-5.
34
When the target data is displayed, press ENTER.
<signal speed>
<data>
The selected signal is sent.
35
Press STOP.
<signal speed>
SELECT DATA
Signal send stop
36
(To change data only)
Go to 33.
(To change speed)
Press STOP.
<signal type>
SELECT SPEED
(To change the signal kind)
Press STOP twice.
04:SIGNAL SEND
SELECT SIGNAL
(To terminate this mode)
Press STOP 3 times.
For <signal speed>, refer to TABLE-4.
This mode is terminated.
40
7:TONE
SELECT FREQUENCY
41
Press ← or → to select the target frequency.
<signal freq.>
PRESS ENTER KEY
For <signal freq.>, refer to TABLE-4.
42
When the target frequency is displayed, press
ENTER.
<signal freq.>
The selected signal is sent.
43
Press STOP.
7:TONE
SELECT FREQUENCY
Signal send stop
44
(To change the frequency only)
Go to 41.
(To change the signal kind)
Press STOP.
04:SIGNAL SEND
SELECT SIGNAL
(To terminate this mode)
Press STOP twice.
This mode is terminated.
TABLE-3: Signals in the Signal send mode
MODE #
MENU
DISPLAY
1
No signal
1:NO SIGNAL
2
DTMF
2:DTMF
3
V.17
3:V.17
4
V.29
4:V.29
5
V27ter
5:V27ter
6
FLAG
6:FLAG
7
Tone (CED/CNG)
7:TONE
TABLE-4: Speed/Frequency in the Signal send mode
MODE #
MENU ITEM 1
MENU ITEM 2
3
1:V.17 14400BPS
4
1:V.29 9600BPS
2:V.29 7200BPS
5
1:V27ter 4800BPS
2:V27ter 2400BPS
6
1:FLAG 300BPS
7
1:TONE 2100Hz
MENU ITEM 3
2:V.17 12000BPS
3:V.17 9600BPS
2:TONE 1100Hz
9 – 17
MENU ITEM 4
4:V.17 7200BPS
AR-F152
TABLE-5: Data which is sent in the Signal send mode
MODE #
MENU (DATA)
DISPLAY
1
00000000b
1:00000000b
2
11111111b
2:11111111b
3
01010101b
3:01010101b
(5) Image memory clear mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 1, 0.
10:IMAGE MEM CLEAR
1:OK 2:CANCEL
4
Press 1.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
Operation
The image data are cleared and this mode is
terminated.
(6) Dial test / adjustment mode (Pulse 10PPS)
Procedure
LCD
Operation
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 1, 4.
14:DIAL TEST 10 PPS
MAKE RATIO = ##%
The current make ratio setup is displayed on ##.
4
Press ← or →.
(If there is no need to adjust, no need to press.)
14:DIAL TEST 10 PPS
MAKE RATIO = ##%
Press ← to decrease by 1%.
Press → to increase by 1%.
5
Press ENTER.
“1590” is dialed.
6
(Adjustment/test end)
Press STOP.
This mode is terminated.
(To continue adjustment/test)
Return to 4.
(7) Dial test mode (Tone)
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 1, 6.
16:DIAL TEST TONE
Operation
“123456789∗0#” is dialed.
This mode is terminated.
(8) Print out soft switch mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 2, 1.
21:PRINT SOFT SW
9 – 18
Operation
The soft switch list is printed.
This mode is terminated.
AR-F152
(9) Panel check mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 4, 2.
42:FAX PANEL TEST
4
Press any key.
42:FAX PANEL TEST
<key name>
5
Press STOP.
Operation
The name of the pressed key is displayed in the
lower stage of the LCD.
This mode is terminated.
(10) Signal detect mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 4, 3.
43:SIG. DETECT
4
(When DTMF signal is detected)
43:SIG. DETECT
DTMF:<number>
(When CNG signal is detected)
43:SIG. DETECT
CNG
(When QUIET signal is detected)
43:SIG. DETECT
QUIET
(To terminate this mode)
Press STOP.
Operation
This mode is terminated.
(11) Long distance comm select mode
Procedure
LCD
1
Press FUNCTION, 9, ∗, 8, #, 7.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
ROM VERSION =
<version>
2
Press ENTER.
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT MENU(← →)
3
Press 4, 4.
44:LONG DIST COMM
1:SET 2:CLEAR
4
Select the mode.
10
Press 1.
SET
ENTER # OR RAPID
11
Press the desired one touch key or the speed
dial (2 digits) to be registered.
SELECT SPEED
1:9600BPS 2:4800BPS
12
Select the speed. (Press 1 or 2.)
<Name or Number>
STORED
13
Return to 3.
20
Press 2.
CLEAR
ENTER # OR RAPID
21
Press the desired one-touch key or speed dial (2
digits) to be canceled.
<Name or Number>
CLEARED
22
Return to 3.
Operation
To terminate this mode, press STOP.
To register → 10
To cancel registration → 20
Note:
● One-touch keys and speed dials which are not registered cannot be designated.
● When one-touch keys and speed dials which are registered are canceled, this setup is also canceled.
● The group key and the polling key cannot be designated.
9 – 19
AR-F152
4. Software switch for FAX (AR-F152 only)
A. Software Switch List
This machine is provided with the following software switches for the use by a serviceman.
The setup items of SW21 and later correspond to user setup one-to-one.
Since SW17 ∼ 20 are assigned to adjustment values, they are not cleared by Memory Clear.
SW
No.
Bit
No.
1
1
ITEM
300dpi reception enable
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set enable/disable of 300 × 300dpi reception.
1 : Enable
2
200 × 400dpi reception enable
Max. modem speed in reception
2
Max. modem speed in sending
1
2
3
4
Silent detection threshold value
5
6
7
8
Silent detection start time
1
0 : Disable
Used to limit the max. reception speed of Modem to
14400bps, 12000bps, 9600bps, 7200bps, 4800bps, 2400bps.
Bit
No.
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
0 : Disable
Used to set enable/disable of 200 × 400dpi reception.
1 : Enable
3
4
5
Factory Setting
14400
BPS
1
1
∗
12000
BPS
1
0
∗
9600
BPS
0
1
1
7200
BPS
0
1
0
4800
BPS
0
0
1
2400
BPS
0
0
0
Used to limit the max. sending speed of Modem to
14400bps, 12000bps, 9600bps, 7200bps, 4800bps, 2400bps.
Bit
No.
6
7
8
14400
BPS
1
1
∗
12000
BPS
1
0
∗
9600
BPS
0
1
1
7200
BPS
0
1
0
4800
BPS
0
0
1
1
1
0
2400
BPS
0
0
0
Used to set the threshold value of silent detection in the
answering and recording mode.
Threshold = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4
Factory setting = 8
Used to set the silent detection start time in the answering
and recording mode. The time set with this switch is that
from connection of the line to silent detection start.
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
TIME = 8 × Bit5 + 4 × Bit6 + 2 × Bit7 + 1 × Bit8 sec
Factory setting = 8 × 0 + 4 × 1 + 2 × 0 + 1 × 1 = 5 sec
3
1
2
3
4
CNG detection threshold value
(AUTO, MANUAL mode)
5
6
7
8
CNG detection threshold value
(A. M. mode Type 2)
Used to set the threshold value of CNG signal detection.
Threshold = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4
Factory setting = 7
Used to set the threshold value of CNG signal detection in
the A.M. mode when SW4-8 is set to Type 2.
Threshold = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4
Factory setting = 3
9 – 20
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
4
1
2
ITEM
Silent detection end time
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set the silent detection end time in the answering
and recording mode. The time set with this switch is that
from the last call sound to the silent detection end.
Bit No.
1
2
No limit
1
1
45sec
0
1
30sec
0
0
Number of times of CNG detection
Used to set the required number of times of CNG detection
for recognition of CNG signal one time.
Number of times = 2 × Bit5 + 1 × Bit6 + 1
Factory setting = 2 × 1 + 1 × 0 + 1 = 3 times
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
8
A.M. mode signal detection filter
1
Max. reception length
Reserved
3
Reserved
4
5
Line monitor
Used to set or not to set the max. reception length of FAX
documents. When this function is enabled, a reception length
of 1.5m or above is treated as a communication error.
Protocol monitor (LCD)
Protocol monitor (Report)
0
Always ON
1
∗
Signal send level
Until response
0
1
0
0
OFF
0
0
When this function is enabled, the signal name under FAX
session is displayed on the LCD in real time.
0
0 : OFF
When this function is enabled, the detailed report on
communication is provided after completion of FAX sending
or reception.
Bit No.
7
8
1
2
3
4
0 : 1.5 m
When this function is enabled, the sound of the line under
FAX session can be heard.
1 : ON
7
8
0
0
Bit No.
4
5
6
0
Similar to SW3-5, -6, -7, and -8.
Same as the others. Similar to SW3-1, -2, 3, and -4.
1 : No limit
2
1
0
0
Used to select the CNG signal detection filter in the
answering and recording mode.
0: Type 1
6
60sec
1
0
0
1
3
4
1: Type 2
5
Factory Setting
Always ON
1
∗
Error Only
0
1
0
0
OFF
0
0
This mode is used to set the FAX signal send level.
The effective set range is –1 dBm to –16 dBm.
The values are mere estimation figures because they are
affected by DAA.
1
0
0
0
LEVEL = –8 × Bit1 –4 × Bit2 –2 × Bit3 –0 × Bit4 –1 dBm
Factory setting = –9 dBm (Set for each destination)
(When modem speed ≥ 7200 bps :
If setting is –1 or –2 dBm , the level is forced to –3 dBm.)
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Dial tone detection
0
0
Used to set ON/OFF of dial tone detection before dialing for
FAX sending.
When this function is set to ON, dialing is started after
detection of the dial tone.
When this function is set to OFF, dialing is started after the
set time of “Interval between OFF-HOOK and dial send”
regardless of dial tone detection.
1 : ON
9 – 21
0 : OFF
1
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
6
8
ITEM
Busy tone detection
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set ON/OFF of busy tone detection. When this
function is set to ON, if busy tone is detected, transmission
is interrupted and the machine enters the recall mode.
1 : ON
7
1
2
3
4
Reception sensitivity offset
Factory Setting
1
0 : OFF
Used to set the FAX signal reception level offset. The set
range is –8dBm to +7dBm.
The values are mere estimation figures because they are
affected by DAA.
When “Auto reception sensitivity adjustment” is set to Enable,
this setup is disabled.
0
0
0
0
Sensitivity offset =
–8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + Bit4 dBm
Factory setting = 0 dBm
5
Auto reception sensitivity
adjustment
When this function is set to Enable, the Modem automatically
adjusts the received signal gain.
1 : Enable
6
7
Transmission
Line Equalizer
1
0 : Disable
Used to select the frequency characteristics in the signal
send level.
This function is provided to absorb the difference in
frequency characteristics between lines.
When communication errors occur frequently, another
equalizer must be selected.
0
1
Gain (dB) for 2000Hz
Frequency
None
500
1000
1500
2500
3000
0
0
0
0
0
Bit No.
6
7
8
8
Reserved
1
Non-modulation carrier send in V.29
None
0
0
CED tone signal interval
Communication error process
when receiving RTN
NSF receive acknowledge
Equalizer 2
1
0
Equalizer 3
1
1
Used to set the time interval between the CED signal and
the NSF signal.
This function is effective to avoid communication troubles
due to echoes in oversea communication.
1
0 : Transmission error
Used to select between DIS signal recognition at 2-time
reception of DIS signal and DIS signal recognition at DIS
signal reception after NSF signal.
This function is effective to avoid communication troubles
due to echoes in oversea communication.
9 – 22
0
0 : 75 msec
Used to set the communication error process for received
RTN when there is an error in transmitted image data and
RTN is returned.
1 : Twice
0
0 : OFF
1 : Not transmission error
4
Equalizer
3
–1.5
–4.1
–3.6
+2.4
+4.9
0
1 : 500 msec
3
Equalizer 1
0
1
Equalizer
2
–1.0
–1.1
–0.6
+0.9
+2.5
Non-modulation carriers are not required for V.29 Modem
transmission in ITU-TS standards. However, non-modulation
carriers can be sent in advance to image signals.
This function is effective to avoid communication troubles
due to echoes in oversea communication.
1 : ON
2
Equalizer
1
+1.2
–0.4
–0.4
+0.7
+2.5
0 : Once for NSF reception,
Twice for DIS reception
0
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
8
5
ITEM
EOL detection timer
Soft SW setting and function
Factory Setting
Used to set the EOL (End of Life) detection time to 25sec or
13sec. This function is effective to avoid a communication
error due to long EOL of certain models.
0
1 : 25 sec
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
ECM
0 : 13 sec
0
0
Used to set ON/OFF of ECM.
1 : ON
9
1
2
Interval between OFF-HOOK and
dial send
0 : OFF
Used to set the delay from OFF-HOOK when starting dialing
to actual send start of the dial signal.
If the dial tone detection function is enabled, this setup is
ignored.
Bit No.
1
2
10
1
0.5sec
0
0
1sec
0
1
2sec
1
0
1
1
3sec
1
1
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
6
Reserved
0
0
7
8
Reserved
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
FAST
Used to set Enable/Disable of RMS (FAST) function.
1 : Enable
3
Reserved
4
Basic resolution
1
Used to select the basic resolution for scanning and printing.
1 : Inch series
5
Reserved
6
7
8
Language
0
0 : Disable
0
0 : Metric series
0
Used to select the language displayed on the LCD and the
report. The correspondence between language N and the
actual language differs depending on the destination.
For North
America
Bit
No.
6
7
8
Language
1
0
0
0
9 – 23
Language 1
American
English
Language
2
0
0
1
Language 2
Language 3
French
Spanish
Language
3
0
1
0
Reserved
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
11
1
ITEM
Header
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set the header attachment to the transmitting
document.
1 : Not attached
2
Header in data transfer
Training (EQM) threshold value
0 : Attached
13
Used to select the threshold value to judge Success/Failure
of training in reception of training.
0
0 : Normal
4
Reserved
0
5
6
7
Non ECM error judgement
threshold value
8
Reserved
1
2
3
4
5
Activity Report Auto Listing time
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
Auto recall in direct send
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
8
Effective compression system in
reception
Bit 5, 6, 7
000
001
010
011
100
101
RTP
32
16
12
8
6
4
0
1
0
RTN
64
32
24
16
12
8
0
Used to set the start time of Activity Report.
Setup is made in the unit of one hour, and setup of minutes
cannot be made.
Print start time =
Bit1 × 16 + Bit2 × 8 + Bit3 × 4 + Bit4 × 2 + Bit5 hour 00 min
Set range = 0 ∼ 23
Factory Setting = 00:00
1 : Enable
Bit No.
7
8
14
0
0 : Attached
1 : Easy to fall back
12
0
Used to set the header attachment to the transferring
document.
1 : Not attached
3
Factory Setting
MH,
MR,
MMR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 : Disable
MH, MR
MH,
MMR
MH
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
9 – 24
AR-F152
SW
No.
15
16
Bit
No.
ITEM
Soft SW setting and function
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
RING signal frequency check
Used to select the allowable frequency range of RING signal.
Used to perform a communication test by using a simple
switchboard in production process.
1 : To be checked
17
18
19
20
Factory Setting
1
0 : Not to be checked
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
2
3
4
Pulse dial signal make ratio
adjustment
(10PPS)
5
6
7
8
Reserved
0
0
0
0
Used to adjust the make ratio of 10PPS pulse dial signal.
The set range is –8% to +7%.
Offset = –8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4 %
Factory setting = 0 %
0
0
0
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
9 – 25
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
21
1
2
ITEM
Record paper size
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set the reception document size and the report
output paper size. When set to Auto, the paper size is
automatically selected according to the data size and the
reduction ratio in reception.
Bit No.
1
2
3
Picture quality priority selection
Letter
0
0
22
Reserved
5
6
7
8
Number of reception start calls
1
2
3
4
Number of auto reception select
Legal
0
1
A4
1
0
1
1
AUTO
1
1
Used to set the default resolution in sending.
1 : Fine
4
Factory Setting
0
0 : Standard
0
Used to set the number of calls before reception in the auto
reception mode. The set range is 0 to 9 times.
Number = 8 × Bit5 + 4 × Bit6 + 2 × Bit7 + 1 × Bit8 rings
Set range : 0 –9
Used to set the number of calls before reception in the
manual reception mode. This setup is used as a backup
function when the external telephone does not respond. The
set range is OFF and 1 to 9 times.
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Number = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4 rings
Set range : 0(= OFF), 1 –9
23
5
Reserved
6
7
8
Result list print
1
2
3
4
Number of recall times
0
Used to set the printing conditions of the result list after
completion of communication.
Bit No.
6
7
8
Always
0
0
0
Err/Tim
0
0
1
Send
0
1
0
Never
0
1
1
Error
1
0
0
Used to set the number of times of recalls when sending is
not normally completed due to busy status of the other party
or a communication error.
The set range is OFF and 1 to 14 times. For some causes
of the communication error, however, the number of times of
recalls must be set to a smaller level.
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
Recall Times = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4
times
Set range : 0(= OFF), 1 –14
5
6
7
8
Recall interval
Used to set the recall interval when a transmission is not
normally completed due to busy status of the other party or
a communication error.
The set range is 1 to 15 minutes.
0
1
0
1
Recall Interval = 8 × Bit5 + 4 × Bit6 + 2 × Bit7 + 1 × Bit8
min
Set range : 1 –15
24
1
2
3
4
Remote select number
Used to select the first digit of the select request signal
when selecting from the external telephone to FAX reception.
The set range is 0 to 9.
0
1
0
1
Number = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4
Set range : 0 – 9
5
Remote reception
Used to set whether “Remote select number” + “∗∗” from an
external telephone is detected and switched to FAX
reception or not.
1 : ON
6
FAX signal reception
0 : OFF
Used to set whether CNG signal is detected during OFFHOOK and switched to FAX reception or not.
1 : ON
9 – 26
1
0 : OFF
1
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
24
7
ITEM
Auto cover paper
Soft SW setting and function
Used to set whether a cover is attached to the last page in
every transmission or not.
1 : ON
25
8
Reserved
1
2
3
Record list auto print
4
Reserved
5
Reduction ratio in reception
0
OFF
0
0
0
1 day
0
0
1
7
8
Communication end buzzer time
1
2
3
4
Buzzer sound volume
27
Incoming Ring Volume
Used to set the time of buzzer sound to notify the end of
communication.
3 Seconds
0
0
Reserved
1
2
3
Distinctive Ring
Reserved
5
Footer
0
0
No Beep
1
0
MAX
HIGH
MED
LOW
MIN
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
Used to set whether the click sound is made or not when
pressing a key on the FAX panel.
0
1
0
1
0 : OFF
Used to set the sound volume of call ring.
MAX
HIGH
MED
LOW
MIN
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
Used to set the RING signal pattern to start FAX reception
with Distinctive Ring.
Bit
No.
1
2
3
4
1 Second
0
1
Used to set the sound volumes of all buzzers except for call
ring.
Bit
No.
5
6
7
8
0
0 : AUTO
1 : ON
5
6
7
1 week
1
0
0
0
Bit
No.
1
2
3
Key click sound
4 days
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
Bit No.
7
8
26
2 days
0
1
0
Used to set the magnification ratio of printing received
documents. When AUTO is selected, the ratio is
automatically determined according to the received document
size and the output paper.
1 : 100%
Reserved
0
0 : OFF
Used to set the interval of automatic printing of the record
list.
Bit No.
1
2
3
6
Factory Setting
1
2
3
4
5
Standard
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
Used to set ON/OFF of the footer attached under each page
data when printing received documents.
1 : ON
9 – 27
0 : OFF
0
AR-F152
SW
No.
Bit
No.
27
6
Reserved
7
Telephone line kind
ITEM
Soft SW setting and function
0
Used to select the kind of telephone line (tone or pulse).
1 : TONE
28
8
Reserved
1
2
3
4
A.M. mode
Silent detection time
Factory Setting
Tone
0 : PULSE
Used to set the silent detection time in the answering and
recording mode.
The set range is OFF and 1 to 10sec.
0
1
0
1
Time = 8 × Bit1 + 4 × Bit2 + 2 × Bit3 + 1 × Bit4 sec
Effective : 0(= OFF), 1 –10
5
A.M. mode auto reception select
Used to set whether FAX reception is started or not after 6
call rings if the answering function does not work for some
reasons in the answering and recording mode.
1 : ON
6
Annoying FAX prevention function
0 : OFF
Used to set ON/OFF of the annoying FAX prevention
function.
1 : ON
7
Polling function
8
Reserved
1
2
Record paper size (Main Tray)
3
Reserved
4
5
Record paper size (2nd Tray)
Used to set whether one-touch key “20” is used as the
polling key or not.
0
0 : OFF
0
Used to set the record paper size in the main tray.
Bit No.
1
2
Letter
0
0
Legal
0
1
A4
1
0
Other
1
1
0
0
0
Used to set the record paper size in the 2nd tray.
Bit No.
4
5
Letter
0
0
Legal
0
1
A4
1
0
0
0
Other
1
1
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Index print
Used to set whether marking is made to the lead edge of
paper or not to identify the job when printing the received
data.
1 : ON
30
0
0 : OFF
1 : ON
29
0
1
0 : OFF
1
Reserved
0
2
Reserved
0
3
Reserved
0
4
Reserved
0
5
Reserved
0
6
Reserved
0
7
Reserved
0
8
Reserved
0
9 – 28
AR-F152
5. TROUBLE CODES
A. Trouble codes list
Main
code
Sub
code
E7
01
E7
03
E7
04
E7
E7
Detail of trouble
Duplex model memory setup error,
memory not-detected error
The memory is not set properly or the memory capacity is not set to the duplex setup
(6M).
Cancel method: Set SIM 26-39 code number to 2.
HSYNC not detected.
LSU (laser diode, reception element, APC circuit) trouble
LSU drive circuit (ASIC) trouble
CCD white level trouble
CCD drive circuit (CCD PWB, ASIC harness) trouble
Copy lamp lighting trouble (Copy lamp, invertor PWB)
05
CCD black level trouble
CCD drive circuit (CCD PWB, ASIC, harness) trouble
12
Shading trouble (White correction)
Dirt on white plate for scanning white level
ASIC connection trouble
Improper connection between CPU and ASIC (pattern cut, improper connection of lead
pin)
Copy lamp disconnection trouble
Copy lamp or copy lamp drive circuit (invertor PWB) trouble Copy lamp disconnection
Abnormal output of laser
LSU (laser diode, reception element, APC circuit) trouble
LSU drive circuit (ASIC) trouble
Feeding is not completed within
the specified time after starting
feeding.
When the mirror base is returned for the specified time (6 sec) in mirror initializing
after turning on the power, the mirror home position sensor (MHPS) does not turn
OFF. Or when the mirror base is fed for the specified time (about 6 sec) after start of
copy return, the mirror home position sensor (MHPS) does not turn OFF.
Return is not completed within the
specified time.
When the mirror base is returned for the specified time (6 sec) in mirror initializing
after turning on the power, the mirror home position sensor (MHPS) does not turn
ON.Or when the mirror base is returned for the specified time (about 6 sec) after start
of copy return, the mirror home position sensor (MHPS) does not turn ON.
E7
14
E7
15
E7
16
L1
Trouble content
00
L3
00
L4
01
Main motor lock
When the main motor encoder pulse is not detected for 100msec.
Polygon motor lock
The lock signal (specified rpm signal) does not return within a certain time (about
20sec) from starting the polygon motor rotation
L6
10
H2
00
Thermistor open detection
The fusing thermistor is open.
H3
00
Heat roller abnormally high
temperature
The fusing temperature rises above 240˚C.
H4
00
Heat roller abnormally low
temperature
The fusing temperature does not reach 185˚C within 27 sec of turning on the power,
or the fusing temperature keeps at 140˚C.
U2
01
Counter sum check error
When the counter check sum value stored in the EEPROM is abnormal.
U2
04
EEPROM serial communication
error
When a communication trouble occurs with the EEPROM.
U2
40
CRUM IC
Serial communication error when a communication trouble occurs with the CRUM IC.
F2
04
Toner cartridge type error
When a toner cartridge of different type is used.
F6
80
Communication trouble with FAX
PWB (Protocol)
Error in data reception from the FAX board to the MCU.
Occurs when the message header of the message format is other than F.
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power.
Communication trouble with FAX
PWB (Parity)
Error in data reception from the FAX board to the MCU.
Occurs when the odd number parity set with SMR (serial mode register) differs from
the reception data.
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power.
Communication trouble with FAX
PWB (Overrun)
Error in data reception from the FAX board to the MCU
Occurs when the next data reception is completed with RDRF (Receive Data Register
Full) flag of SS (Reserial status register) set to 1.
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power.
F6
81
F6
82
F6
84
Communication trouble with FAX
PWB (Framing)
Error in data reception from the FAX board to the MCU.
Occurs when the stop bit is 0. (The stop bit must be 1.)
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power.
F6
88
Communication trouble with FAX
PWB (Time-out)
Occurs when time is out without response in data communication between the FAX
board and the MCU.
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power.
FAX PWB trouble
F6
10
Communication trouble between the MCU and the FAX board or between the FAX
board and the FAX panel
Cancel method: Turn OFF/ON the power. Check connections.
9 – 29
AR-F152
(2) Reception error
B. FAX Service Error Code Table
(1) LCD: FAX SERVICE ERROR(#)
Code #
Content
ROM error
1
RAM error
2
CTS error
(Communication
error)
3
Panel error
4
Scan data error
5
Code
Remedy
Turn OFF/ON the power.
If the error is not canceled, check
the ROM of the FAX PWB.
Turn OFF/ON the power.
If the error is not canceled, check
the DRAM of the FAX PWB.
Turn OFF/ON the power.
If the error is not canceled, check
connection between the FAX PWB
and the MCU PWB. If no
abnormality is found, check the
FAX PWB and MCU PWB
themselves., especially TXD, RXD,
CTS, and RTS signals.
Turn OFF/ON the power.
If the error is not canceled, check
the connector and the harness
between the FAX PWB and the
MCU PWB. If no abnormality is
found, check the FAX PWB and
MCU PWB themselves.
Turn OFF/ON the power and
execute FAX scanning to check
the operation. If the error is not
canceled. Check connection
between the FAX PWB and the
MCU PWB. If no abnormality is
found, check the FAX PWB and
MCU PWB themselves.
Note: If some reception data is left in memory,, transfer the data
with FUNCTION-0 and turn OFF the power.
C. Communication error code table
(1) Sending error
Code
Content
0
The handshake signal is detected, but the signal
includes an error.
1
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of NSF/DIS)
2
The line is disconnected during data transmission.
3
The line is disconnected after fallback of training.
(Error after reception of CFR)
4
The line is disconnected during transmission of two or
more pages.
(Error after reception of MCF)
5
Not defined.
6
Error after reception of RTN/RTP
7
An unexpected DCN is received.
8
Resend is repeated by the specified times, but the
error is not canceled.
9
Not defined.
10
Not defined.
11
Not defined.
12
Error after fallback during transmission
(Error after reception of CTR)
13
ERR is received, & errors other than the above.
9 – 30
Content
0
The handshake signal is detected, but the signal
includes an error.
1
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of NSF/DIS)
2
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of NSC/DTC)
3
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of EOP)
4
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of EOM)
5
The handshake signal from the receiver is not
recognized.
(Error after reception of MPS)
6
Not defined.
7
An unexpected DCN is received.
8
Error after reception of all pages
(Error after reception of PPS-EOP)
9
Error after changing the communication mode
(Error after reception of PPS-EOM)
10
Error after reception of a page
(Error after reception of PPS-MPS/NULL)
11
Not defined.
12
Communication error after fallback during transmission
(Error after reception of CTC)
13
Error after reception of EOR & errors other than the
above
AR-F152
[10] USER PROGRAM
The conditions of factory setting can be changed according to the use conditions.
Functions which can be set with the user program
Function
Contents
Factory setting
● When a certain time is passed after completion of copying, this function returns to the initial state
Auto clear time
automatically. The time to reach the initial state can be set in the range of 30 sec to 120 sec by
the unit of 30 sec. This function can be disabled.
60 sec
● When the copier is left unused with the power ON, the power consumption is automatically reduced
to about 40Wh/H (∗ Note).
The time to start this function can be set in the range of 30 sec to 90 sec by the unit of 30 sec.
This function cannot be disabled.
Preheat
90 sec
● When this function is operated, the pre-heat lamp on the operation panel lights up.
To return to the initial state, press any key on the operation panel. (When the COPY button is
pressed, a copy is made after returning to the initial state.)
● When the copier is left unused with the power ON, the power consumption is automatically reduced
to about 18Wh/H (∗ Note). The time to start this function can be set in the range of 2 min to 120
min.
Auto shut off timer
5 min
● When this function is operated, all the lamps except for the pre-heat lamp on the operation panel
turn off.
To return to the initial state, press the COPY button.
Stream feeding
Only models with SPF.
Cancel
Auto shut off
● Used to set or cancel this function.
Set
∗Note: The power consumption values in preheat and auto shut off may be varied depending on the use conditions.
Setting the power save modes, auto clear time,
and stream feeding mode
1) Press and hold down the light (
) and dark (
) keys simultaneously for more than 5 seconds until all the alarm indicators
(
,
,
and
) blink and "- -" appears in the display.
2) Use the left copy quantity (
) key to select a user program number (1: auto clear time, 2: preheat mode, 3: auto power shut-off
timer, 4: stream feeding mode, 5: auto power shut-off mode). The
selected number will blink in the left side of the display.
Function name
Function code
Auto clear time
1
Preheat
2
Auto shut off timer
3
Stream feeding
4✽
Auto shut off
5
[Cancel] If a wrong code is entered, press the clear key and enter the
correct function code.
∗ SPF only
∗ The remaining toner quantity is displayed by pressing the % key for 5 sec before entering a program code in the user simulation mode.
3) Press the print (
) key. The entered program number will be steadily lit and the currently selected parameter number for the program will blink
on the right side of the display.
4) Select the desired parameter using the right copy quantity (
) key. The entered parameter number will blink on the right of the display.
Function
name
Set code
Function
name
0 (Cancel)
∗2 (60 sec)
3 (90 sec)
Function
name
0 (30 sec)
1 (30 sec)
Auto clear
time
Set code
∗2 (90 sec)
Function
name
∗1 (5 min)
Auto shut
off timer
2 (15 min)
3 (30 min)
4 (120 sec)
4 (60 min)
5 (10 sec)
5 (120 min)
Set code
Function
name
∗0 (Cancel)
0 (2 min)
1 (60 sec)
Preheat
Set code
0 (Cancel)
∗1 (Setting)
1 (Setting)
Stream
feeding
Auto shut
off
∗ : Factory setting
5) Press the print (
) key. The right-hand number in the display will be steadily lit and the entered value will be stored.
Note: To change the setting or to set another mode, press the clear (
) key. The copier will return to step 2).
6) Press the light (
) or dark (
) key to return to the normal copy mode.
10 – 1
Set code
AR-F152
[11] MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance table
✕: Check (Clean, adjust, or replace when required.)
Section
Parts
Developer
Developing
Process peripheral
: Clean
25K
50K
75K
100K
125
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
DV blade
▲
▲
DV side seal (F/R)
▲
▲
Drum
▲: Replace
▲
▲
▲
▲
: Adjust
✩: Lubricate
Remark
▲
2. Maintenance display system
Life
6.5K
a.
Remaining
b.
quantity check ∗1
Toner
c.
Remaining
quantity
Press and hold the density adjustment LIGHT key for more than 5 sec, and the machine will enter the
user program mode.
Press and hold the "%" key for more than 5 sec, and the remaining quantity will be displayed on the
copy quantity display in one of the following levels: (Remaining quantity display levels: 100%, 75%,
50%, 25%, 10%, LO)
Press the density adjustment LIGHT key to cancel.
NEAR EMPTY
About 10%
EMPTY
LED
ON
Flash
Machine
Operation allowed
Stop
Life
LED
ON at 25K of the developer count.
Machine
Selection is available between Not Stop and Stop by Service Simulation (SIM 26-37) Setup.
(If Stop is selected, the LED will flash and stop at 25K.)
∗ Default: Not Stop
∗ Clear: SIM 24-06
LED
Selection is available among 18K, 13K, 9K, 6K, 3K, and free (no lighting) with SIM 21-1.
∗ Default: free
∗ Clear: SIM 20-1
Machine
Not stop.
Developer
Maintenance
25K
∗1: Installation of a new toner cartridge allows to display the remaining quantity.
11 – 1
Printed
Visual Data
LSU
12 – 1
COPY
LAMP
MPFS
RRS
MAIN
MOTOR
CN
902
CRU
Reset
Switch
OPE PANEL
Duplex
Motor
(AR-156 Only)
CPFS1
VFM
MIRROR
MOTOR
Other Loads
LASER
CCD
SPF(AR-F152),
R-SPF(AR-156)
UNIT
CN20
AND
SRAM
CN3
AND
AND
UART
CN5
AND
CN15
CN9
AC INPUT
MCU PWB
5V
RESET IC
JITTER
SYNC IC
CN16
EEPROM
CPU
ASIC
SRAM
EPROM
Reference
AND
CN23
CN30
CN26
F-PUMA MCU PWB Overall block diagram
24V
GND
3.3V
FM
Power
UNIT
5V
12V
INTERLOCK SWITCH
GRIDL
BIAS
PR
HL
SDOD
MHPS
DVSEL
PPD1
POD
RTH
CED2
CED1
PPD2
TCS
Other Inputs
MMLD
MHPS
HLOUT
CN3
High Voltage
Control Unit
MC
TC
SPEAKER
FAX OPE PWB
AC PWB
CRSM UNIT
(AR-F152 Only)
FAX PWB
GDI/USB
UNIT
Option
Toner Motor
GDI MEMORY
Option
PSW2
PSW1
AR-F152
[12] ELECTRICAL SECTION
1. Block diagram
A. Overall block diagram
12 – 2
PAPER EXIT
DETECTOR
RESIST ROLLER
SOLENOID
SOLENOID
IC3
KEY
MOTOR
LOCK
DETECTOR
MAIN
MOTOR
CN20
CN18
OP-CLK
MMLD /MM
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA MAIN
IC8
MIRROR
HOME
POSITION
SENSOR
MHPS
CN27
IC113
IC9
CPU
(H8S/2350)
IC106
IC105
IC8
IC106
IC108 IC103
OPE PWB
PSW
KIN1
KIN2
CN22
IC105
IC3
NEW PROCESS UNIT SENSOR
DRST
/RRS
POD
CN11
IC102
IC105
PSW2
IC3
IC103
/CPFS2
PAPER
MANUAL DETECTOR MFD
CN12
PAPER
PAPER FEED
FEED
/MPFS
PAPER WIDTH
DETECTION
PAPER
PAPER FEED
CASSETTE2 SOLENOID
CN6
CN10
PAPER WIDTH
DETECTION
POLYGON
MOTOR
HSYNC
LASER UNIT
(LSU)
MIRROR
MOTOR
CN28
IC12
IC104
TONER
CONTROL
SENSOR
TCS
CN17
IC3
TONER
MOTOR
IC2
FTH
IC8
IC3
VFMOUT
/VFMCNT
COPY
LAMP
/CL
CN14
IC16
IC105
CN13
CN4
CN3
CN17
/BIAS
DVSEL
POWER
RELAY
FW
/PR
PPD2
RTH-IN
24V(DSWS)
MAIN CHARGER
TRANSFER CHARGER
GRID CONTROL
DEVELOPING BIAS
DV SENSOR
THERMISTOR
HEATER
LAMP
PAPER DETECTOR2
(In FUSER UNIT)
INTERLOCK
INTERLOCK
HLOUT
ELECTRIC
SOURCE
HIGH VOLTAGE
CONTROL UNIT
CRSM UNIT
5V(DSWS)
PAPER DETECTOR1
(Near RESIST ROLLER)
PPD1
IC103
IC109
IC101
CCDHI
CCDLO
etc..
IC109 CN17
IC110
CN30
etc..
CCD PWB
IC103
IC103
IC105
CN31
SDOD
IC12
IC113
IC2
IC105
CN25
IC113
IC13
VENCH RATION
FAN MOTOR
CN21
TMa-O
TMb-O
CN9
IC1
IC10
ASIC
(HG73CO25FD)
IC105
IC111
IC106
CN15
SPID/SPUS
SB4D /SRRC
/SGS/SPFS
CN26
CN16
SPF UNIT
GDI
MEMORY SPPD
USB-IN
GDI/USB
UNIT
IC8
/FAXPRQ
/VIDEO USB-EN
/FAXACK
/FAXCSPMRDY PMCLK-A S/H
/PMD
/LDEN USB-ON
/FAXREQ
etc..
CN23
GDI-IN
/1284-EN
IC105
/CPFS1 IC3
PSW1 IC104
/CED1
/CED2
CN7
PAPER
PAPER FEED
CASSETTE1 SOLENOID
TRAY EMPTY
DETECTOR
CN1
/SCANST
/PRSTART
/POFF CN5
/FRTS
etc..
FAX PWB
TRAY EMPTY
DETECTOR
FAX OPE PWB
AR-F152 MCU PWB UNIT
AR-F152
B. MCU PWB unit
RESET
IC504
Main
MEMORY
16Mbit DRAM
IC507
CPU
NS FX164
12 – 3
BT501
Lithium
Battery
IC602
Clock IC
NJM6355
IC501
Configuration
RAM
64kbit SRAM
IC502
EPROM
8Mbit
C515
SUPER
Capacitor
RESET
PWOFF
IC503
System
controller
NS FX200
CN501
IC505
LC8213
BUZON
Speaker circuit
IC605/IC609/IC608
Delta-sigma circuit
IC606/IC516/IC607
BZ1
C
N
5
0
1
C
N
5
0
3
IC508
PLL
CGS410
IC514
C
N
6
0
1
12V
5V
3.3V
SPEAKER
DC load
3.3V
5V
Relay
On-hook
detection
MCU
PWB
-5V
Relay
Bypass circuit
Ring
detection
Capacitor
FTXD
FRTS
POFF
READYPRSTART
etc..
LIU circuit primary
side of the line
Photo coupler
Line
transformer
-12V
IC513
Scan Date
SCDACK
READY
FAXPRO
FAXCS Print Date
FAXACK
FCTS
12V
etc..
VSYNC
IC506
I/F
ASIC
IC510
SCAN
MEMORY
16Mbit DRAM
IC515
Print
Memory
16Mbit DRAM
IC509
FAX
ASIC
Image
BUS
Sigma-delta circuit
IC606/IC605
Modem circuit
secondary
side of the line
LCAS,UCAS
CPU BUS
IC512
Image
MEMORY
256kbit SRAM
SOD
LCD PWB
SID
SCK
PANEL RESET
LD BUS
FAX PWB UNIT
Protection
element
External
telephone
communication
Telephone
line
Line
jack
CN502
(for US)
AR-F152
C. FAX PWB unit (AR-F152 only)
IC601
AR-F152
2. Circuit descriptions
A. Man PWB (MCU)
(1) CPU signal table
PIN
No.
Signal
code
Input/output
1
/CS1
Output
Chip Select for SRAM
2
/CS0
Output
Chip Select for EPROM
3
D-GND
4
D-GND
5
5V
6
A0
Output
Address Bus (NC-pull up)
7
A1
Output
Address Bus
8
A2
Output
Address Bus
9
A3
Output
Address Bus
10
A4
Output
Address Bus
12
A5
Output
Address Bus
13
A6
Output
Address Bus
14
A7
Output
Address Bus
15
A8
Output
Address Bus
16
A9
Output
Address Bus
17
A10
Output
Address Bus
18
A11
Output
Address Bus
19
A12
Output
Address Bus
21
A13
Output
Address Bus
22
A14
Output
Address Bus
23
A15
Output
Address Bus
24
A16
Output
Address Bus
25
A17
Output
Address Bus
26
A18
Output
Address Bus
27
A19
Output
Address Bus (NC-pull up)
28
Output
30
Data
input/output
Data Bus
41
D1
Data
input/output
Data Bus
42
D2
Data
input/output
Data Bus
43
D3
Data
input/output
Data Bus
D-GND
45
D4
Data
input/output
Data Bus
46
D5
Data
input/output
Data Bus
47
D6
Data
input/output
Data Bus
48
D7
Data
input/output
Data Bus
49
D8
Data
input/output
Data Bus
50
D9
Data
input/output
Data Bus
51
D10
Data
input/output
Data Bus
52
D11
Data
input/output
Data Bus
53
NC-pull up
31
(SPPD)
Interruption
level input
32
USB-IN
Input
33
(MHPS)
Interruption
level input
Mirror Home Position Sensor
34
/CPU
SYNC
Interruption
level input
Horizontal Synchronous (from
G/A)
SPF Paper Pass Detector
USB Connector-In Detect
35
D-GND
36
D-GND
38
D0
44
Address Bus (NC-pull up)
ZC
Interruption
level input
D-GND
54
D12
Data
input/output
Data Bus
55
D13
Data
input/output
Data Bus
56
D14
Data
input/output
Data Bus
57
D15
Data
input/output
Data Bus
/ASICINT
Interruption
level input
58
5V
59
(OPDATA)
Output
Data Signal for Operation
Panel
60
FTXD
Output
TXD for Additional Board
61
FRTS
Output
RTS for Additional Board
62
FRXD
Input
RXD for Additional Board
63
(OP-CLK)
Output
Clock for Operation Panel
64
TMON
Output
Power Supply Signal for Toner
Motor Driver IC
65
Zero-cross signal
66
Intterupt from G/A
12 – 4
Operating
40
D-GND
A20
Input/output
5V
D-GND
20
37
Signal
code
39
D-GND
11
29
PIN
No.
Operating
D-GND
FCTS
Input
CTS for Additional Board
67
D-GND
68
D-GND
AR-F152
PIN
No.
Signal
code
Input/output
69
PSW
Input
Print switch input
70
KIN1
Input
Key input 1
71
KIN2
Input
Key input 2
72
TMCLK
Timer output
73
/TMEN
Output
On-Off Control for Toner Motor
Power Off Signal for
Additional Board
74
/POFF
Output
75
PMCLK
Timer output
76
/PRSTART
PIN
No.
Operating
110
Clock for Toner Motor
Clock for Polygon Motor
Output
Printing Start Signal
Signal
code
Input/output
Operating
SIN4
Input
111
DAH
Analog
output
Sensor input 4
Reference Voltage (High) for
CCD
112
DAL
Analog
output
Reference Voltage (Low) for
CCD
113
AN-GND
114
D-GND
115
DMT-3
Motor output
Duplex Motor Excitement
116
DMT-2
Motor output
Duplex Motor Excitement
117
DMT-1
Motor output
Duplex Motor Excitement
77
/SCANSP
Output
Scaning Stop Signal
118
DMT-0
Motor output
Duplex Motor Excitement
78
/SCANST
Output
Scaning Start Signal
119
MRMT3
Motor output
Mirror Motor Excitement
On-Off Control for Heatrer
Lamp
MRMT2
Motor output
Mirror Motor Excitement
HL
Output
(Timer
output)
120
79
121
MRMT1
Motor output
Mirror Motor Excitement
122
MRMT0
Motor output
Mirror Motor Excitement
Output
Watchdog Timer
80
81
WDTOVF-
Input
Reset
82
RES-
Input
pull up
83
Input
pull up
84
5V
123
Input
CPU MODE SET <MODE 4> GND
124
Input
CPU MODE SET <MODE 4> GND
125
Input
CPU MODE SET <MODE 4> Vcc
85
XTAL
Clock
126
86
EXTAL
Clock
127
DRST
Input
Drum reset detection
D-GND
128
/CS2
Output
Chip Select for ASIC
87
88
CPUCLK
Output
90
/AS
Output
pull up
91
/RD
Output
Read Signal
92
/HWR
Output
Write Signal (High Address)
93
/LWR
Output
Write Signal (Low Address)
94
SELIN3
Output
Input select 3
95
SELIN2
Output
Input select 2
96
SELIN1
Output
Input select 1
97
PR
Output
Power relay control PR
98
RRS
Output
Resist roller solenoid RPC
89
5V
D-GND
100
D-GND
101
SCLK
Output
Clock Line for EEPROM
102
SDA
Output
Data Line for EEPROM
103
A5V
104
Analog Reference Voltage-A5V
105
∗ The signals which are hatched are added or revised to or from the
AL-1000.
System Clock for G/A
99
RTH
Analog input
107
SIN1
Input
Sensor input 1
108
SIN2
Input
Sensor input 2
109
SIN3
Input
Sensor input 3
NC-pull up
Fusing Thermister
106
12 – 5
AR-F152
(2) ASIC (Signal table)
PIN No.
Signal name
IN/OUT
Connected to
Description
1
/SCANSP
IN
CPU (I/O)
Scanner process interrupt signal
2
/PRSTART
IN
CPU
Print start trigger signal
3
/TMEN
IN
CPU
Toner motor ON/OFF
4
TMCLK
IN
CPU
Toner motor reference clock
5
3.3V
Power
6
CPUAD7
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
7
CPUAD6
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
8
GND
Power
9
CPUAD5
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
10
CPUAD4
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
11
CPUAD3
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
12
CPUAD2
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
13
CPUAD1
IN
CPU
CPU address bus
14
/CPUSYNC
OUT
CPU
Horizontal synchronization signal
15
/ASICINT
OUT
CPU
Interruption request signal
16
/CS2
IN
CPU
CPU chip select signal
17
/RESET
IN
RESET IC
Reset signal
18
5V
Power
19
GND
Power
20
3.3V
Power
21
GND
Power
22
MDATA15
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
23
MDATA14
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
24
MDATA13
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
25
MDATA12
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
26
MDATA11
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
27
MDATA10
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
28
MDATA9
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
29
MDATA8
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
30
MDATA7
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
31
3.3V
Power
32
MDATA6
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
33
MDATA5
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
34
GND
Power
35
MDATA4
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
36
MDATA3
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
37
MDATA2
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
38
MDATA1
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
39
MDATA0
IN/OUT
DRAM
Data bus of DRAM (page memory)
40
/RAS0
OUT
DRAM
RAS signal 0 of DRAM (page memory)
41
/RAS1
OUT
DRAM
RAS signal 1 of DRAM (page memory)
42
/RAS2
OUT
DRAM
RAS signal 2 of DRAM (page memory)
43
/RAS64
OUT
DRAM control (for
panther)
(Reserved)
44
3.3V
Power
45
/RAS16
OUT
DRAM control (for
panther)
(Reserved)
46
MAD0
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
12 – 6
AR-F152
PIN No.
Signal name
IN/OUT
Connected to
Description
47
GND
Power
48
MAD1
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
49
MAD2
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
50
MAD3
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
51
MAD4
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
52
MAD5
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
53
MAD6
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
54
MAD7
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
55
MAD8
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
56
MAD9
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
57
3.3V
Power
58
MAD10
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
59
MAD11
OUT
DRAM
Address bus of DRAM (page memory)
60
GND
Power
61
/CAS0
OUT
DRAM
CAS signal of DRAM (page memory)
62
/CAS1
OUT
DRAM
CAS signal of DRAM (page memory)
63
/OE
OUT
DRAM
Read enable signal of DRAM (page memory)
64
/WE
OUT
DRAM
Write enable signal of DRAM (page memory)
65
OUTD0
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 0 to expanded board
66
OUTD1
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 1 to expanded board
67
OUTD2
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 2 to expanded board
68
OUTD3
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 3 to expanded board
69
3.3V
Power
70
OUTD4
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 4 to expanded board
71
OUTD5
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 5 to expanded board
72
GND
Power
73
OUTD6
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 6 to expanded board
74
OUTD7
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 7 to expanded board
75
OUTD8
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 8 to expanded board
76
OUTD9
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 9 to expanded board
77
OUTD10
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 10 to expanded board
78
OUTD11
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 11 to expanded board
79
OUTD12
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 12 to expanded board
80
OUTD13
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 13 to expanded board
81
OUTD14
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 14 to expanded board
82
OUTD15
OUT
FAX board data bus
Transmission data 15 to expanded board
83
/HSYNC
OUT
PCL, FAX board
Horizontal sync signal with print area output only
84
/PCLPRD
IN
PCL board
Print video data (serial) from PCL board
85
/PCLREQ
OUT
PCL board
DREQ signal to PCL board
86
/PCLACK
IN
PCL board
ACK signal from PCL board
87
/PCLCS
IN
PCL board
88
3.3V
Power
89
GND
Power
90
5V
Power
91
GND
Power
92
/FAXPRD
IN
FAX board
Print video data (serial) from FAX board
93
/FAXREQ
OUT
FAX board
DREQ signal to FAX board
94
/FAXACK
IN
FAX board
ACK signal from FAX board
95
3.3V
Power
12 – 7
AR-F152
PIN No.
96
Signal name
/FAXCS
IN/OUT
IN
97
/ESPRD
IN
98
GND
Power
99
/ESREQ
OUT
100
/ESACK
IN
101
/ESCS
IN
102
PARAD0
103
Connected to
Description
FAX board
Electric sort board
OUTD bus enable signal H bus impedance HIGH state
∗
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
Electric sort board
∗
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
Electric sort board
∗
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
Electric sort board
∗
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
PARAD1
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
104
PARAD2
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
105
PARAD3
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
106
PARAD4
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
107
PARAD5
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
108
5V
Power
109
PARAD6
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
110
PARAD7
IN/OUT
1284 board connector
DATA bus (IEEE1284 communication port)
111
GND
Power
112
/REV
OUT
1284 board connector
ECP mode I/O select (LOW:P → H)
113
INIT
IN
1284 board connector
INIT signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
114
/SLCTIN
IN
1284 board connector
/SLCTIN signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
115
/AUTOFD
IN
1284 board connector
/AUTOFD signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
116
/STB
IN
1284 board connector
/STB signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
117
/ACK
OUT
1284 board connector
/ACK signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
118
BUSY
OUT
1284 board connector
BUSY signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
119
PE
OUT
1284 board connector
PE signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
120
/FAULT
OUT
1284 board connector
/FAULT signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
121
5V
Power
122
SLCT
OUT
1284 board connector
/SLCTIN signal (IEEE1284 communication port)
123
/TESTPIN0
IN
TEST PIN
High: Normal Low: Test
124
GND
Power
125
PFCLK
IN
Transmitter
Write clock
126
/TESTPIN1
IN
TEST PIN
High: Normal Low: Test
127
/SYNCEN
OUT
JITTER
ADJUSTMENT IC
Jitter adjustment IC trigger signal
128
SD10
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
129
SD11
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
130
SD12
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
131
SD13
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
132
SD14
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
133
5V
Power
134
SD15
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
135
SD16
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
136
GND
Power
137
SD17
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
138
SOE1
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Read enable line to SRAM before area separation
139
SWE1
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Write enable line to SRAM before area separation
140
SCS1
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Chip select line to SRAM before area separation
12 – 8
AR-F152
PIN No.
Signal name
IN/OUT
Connected to
Description
141
SOE0
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Read enable line to SRAM before area separation
142
SWE0
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Write enable line to SRAM before area separation
143
SCS0
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Chip select line to SRAM before area separation
144
SD00
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
145
SD01
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
146
5V
Power
147
SD02
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
148
SD03
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
149
GND
Power
150
SD04
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
151
SD05
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
152
SD06
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
153
SD07
IN/OUT
SRAM (separation)
Data line to SRAM before are separation
154
SAD0
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
155
SAD1
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
156
SAD2
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
157
SAD3
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
158
SAD4
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
159
SAD5
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
160
SAD6
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
161
SAD7
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
162
GND
Power
163
SAD8
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
164
SAD9
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
165
SAD10
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
166
SAD11
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
167
SAD12
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
168
SAD13
OUT
SRAM (separation)
Address line to SRAM before area separation
169
/f1
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD drive signal transfer clock (First phase)
170
/f2
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD drive signal transfer clock (Second phase)
171
/SH
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD drive signal shift pulse
172
5V
Power
173
RS
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD drive signal reset pulse
174
SP
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD drive signal sampling hold pulse
175
GND
Power
176
CP
OUT
CCD PWB
A/D conversion IC latch clock
177
BCLK
OUT
CCD PWB
CCD shield output latch signal
178
IDIN0
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
179
IDIN1
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
180
IDIN2
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
181
IDIN3
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
182
IDIN4
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
183
IDIN5
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
184
IDIN6
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
12 – 9
AR-F152
PIN No.
Signal name
IN/OUT
Connected to
Description
185
5V
Power
186
IDIN7
IN
CCD PWB (AD
conversion)
Image scan data (after 8bit A/D conversion)
187
/SDCLK
OUT
CHECK
Effective image area signal
188
GND
Power
189
SFCLK
IN
Transmitter
CCD drive clock (48MHz), Also used as an internal clock.
190
TEST port 0
IN
AUTO SCAN TEST
High: Normal Low: Test
191
/SYNC
IN
LSU
Horizontal synchronization signal (HSYNC) from LSU
192
/LD
OUT
LSU
Laser drive signal
193
/LEND
OUT
LSU
Laser APC signal
194
USB-EN
OUT
GDI/USB PWB
USB port enable signal
195
1284-EN
OUT
GDI/USB PWB
1284 port enable signal
196
PORTOUT26
OUT
197
3.3V
Power
198
PORTOUT25
OUT
(Not used)
199
PORTOUT24
OUT
(Not used)
200
GND
Power
201
SGS
OUT
Tr array IC
SPF gate solenoid
202
SRRC
OUT
Tr array IC
SPF resist roller solenoid
203
SPUS
OUT
Tr array IC
SPF PU solenoid
204
/READY
OUT
FAX PWB
READY signal (Expansion PWB)
205
OP-LATCH
OUT
Tr array IC
Latch signal for operation circuit. Data latch at LOW.
206
MRPS2
OUT
Tr array IC
Mirror speed control signal. Mirror speed 2 at LOW.
207
MRPS1
OUT
Tr array IC
Mirror speed control signal. Mirror speed 1 at LOW.
208
SPFS
OUT
Tr array IC
SPF paper feed solenoid
209
SMSEL
OUT
Tr array IC
SPF motor/Mirror motor select signal
210
3.3V
Power
211
TC
OUT
Tr array IC
Transfer charger control signal. ON at HIGH.
212
GRIDL
OUT
Tr array IC
Main charger grid control signal. ON at HIGH.
213
GND
Power
214
MC
OUT
Tr array IC
Main charger control signal. ON at HIGH.
215
BIASL
OUT
Tr array IC
DV bias voltage control signal. ON at HIGH.
216
BIASH
OUT
Tr array IC
DV bias voltage control signal. ON at HIGH.
217
BIAS
OUT
Tr array IC
DV bias output control signal. ON at HIGH.
218
CL
OUT
Tr array IC
Copy lamp control signal. ON at HIGH.
219
VFMCNT
OUT
Tr array IC
Ventilation fan rotating speed control signal. Low speed at HIGH, high
speed at LOW.
220
VFM
OUT
Tr array IC
Ventilation fan control signal. Fan ON at HIGH.
221
LDEN
OUT
Tr array IC
Laser circuit control signal. Laser circuit ON at HIGH.
222
PMD
OUT
Tr array IC
Polygon motor control signal. Polygon motor ON at HIGH.
223
5V
Power
224
MM
OUT
(Not used)
Tr array IC
Main motor control signal. Main motor ON at HIGH.
Tr array IC
Manual paper feed solenoid control signal. Multi paper feed ON at
HIGH.
225
MPFS
OUT
226
GND
Power
227
CPFS2
OUT
Tr array IC
Second cassette paper feed solenoid control signal. Second cassette
paper feed at HIGH.
228
CPFS1
OUT
Tr array IC
Cassette paper feed solenoid control signal. One-stage cassette paper
feed at HIGH.
229
TM
OUT
Tr array IC
Toner motor drive output (+)
12 – 10
AR-F152
PIN No.
Signal name
IN/OUT
Connected to
Description
230
TM_
OUT
Tr array IC
Toner motor drive output (–)
231
CPUD15
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
232
CPUD14
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
233
CPUD13
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
234
CPUD12
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
235
CPUD11
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
236
5V
Power
237
CPUD10
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
238
CPUD9
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
239
GND
Power
240
CPUD8
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
241
CPUD7
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
242
CPUD6
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
243
CPUD5
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
244
CPUD4
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
245
CPUD3
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
246
CPUD2
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
247
CPUD1
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
248
CPUD0
IN/OUT
CPU
CPU data bus
249
3.3V
Power
250
/CPUWR
IN
CPU
CPU write signal
251
/CPURD
IN
CPU
CPU read signal
252
GND
Power
253
CPUCLK
IN
CPU
CPU system clock
254
GND
Power
255
TEST PORT1
IN
AUTO SCAN TEST
High: Normal Low: Test
256
/SCANST
IN
CPU (I/O)
Scanner process start signal
∗ The signals which are hatched are added or revised to or from AL-1000.
(3) Expanded PWB interface section
The MCU PWB and the expanded PWB are connected by CN5 connector to make serial communication (UART).
The FAX PWB uses signals in Table A, and the PCL PWB uses signals in Table B.
Recognition of FAX PWB or PCL PWB:
If /FREADY is LOW, the FAX PWB expansion is recognized.
If /PREADY is LOW, the PCL PWB expansion is recognized.
PCL/FAX CN
CN5
R128
10J
/SCLINE
C141
(1-D4) /SCANST
18p
(7-E1)
/PREADY
(7-E1)
FTXD
/PREADY
FTXD
/FRTS
(7-E2)/FRTS
(1-E1)
/F-RESET
(5-E2)
/HSYNC
(5-E1)
OUTD1
(5-E1)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
OUTD3
OUTD5
OUTD7
(5-E2)
OUTD9
(5-E2)
OUTD11
(5-E2)
OUTD13
(5-E2)
OUTD15
(5-E2)
/PCLREQ
(5-E2)
/PCLCS
(5-E2)
/FAXREQ
(5-E2)
/FAXCS
F-RESET
/HSYNC
OUTD1
OUTD3
OUTD5
OUTD7
OUTD9
OUTD11
OUTD13
OUTD15
/PCLREQ
/PCLCS
/FAXREQ
/FAXCS
1
31
2
32
3
33
4
34
5
35
6
36
7
37
8
38
9
39
10
40
11
41
12
42
13
43
14
44
15
45
16
46
17
47
18
48
19
49
20
50
21
51
22
52
23
53
24
54
25
55
26
56
27
57
28
58
29
59
30
60
/PRLINE
/FPAGE
/FREADY
/READY
FRXD
/FCTS
OUTD2
OUTD4
OUTD6
OUTD8
OUTD10
OUTD12
OUTD14
/PCLPRD
/PCLACK
/FAXPRD
/FAXACK
10J
R131
10J
(1-D2)
(7-E2)
/FREADY (7-E2)
FRXD
(7-E1)
/FCTS
(7-D1)
C140
C142
18p
18p
OUTD0
(5-E1)
OUTD2
(5-E1)
OUTD4
(5-E2)
OUTD6
(5-E2)
OUTD8
(5-E2)
/READY
(5-A3)
/POFF
(1-C1)
10J
R132
/POFF
OUTD0
R130
/PRSTART
/PAGE
C143
18p
C134
OUTD10 (5-E2)
C135
0.1u
OUTD14 (5-E2)
/PCLPRD (5-E2)
0.1u
0.1u
12V
/PCLACK (5-E2)
5V
/FAXPRD (5-E2)
/FAXACK (5-E2)
L2
3.3V
SBO-02SAN
L3 SBO-02SAN
L1
SBO-02SAN
TX25-60P-23ST-H1
C118
0.1u
12 – 11
C137
OUTD12 (5-E2)
C3
C119
47u 25V
0.1u
C5
47u 16V
C117
0.1u
C2
47u 16V
AR-F152
Table A (Signals used in the FAX PWB)
PIN No.
(CN5)
Signal
name
IN/OUT
Table B (Signals used in PCL PWB)
Descriptions
PIN No.
(CN5)
Signal
name
IN/OUT
Descriptions
3
/SCLINE
OUT
Effective input image area
5
/PREADY
IN
PCL PWB recognition signal
6
FTXD
OUT
Serial communication data
6
FTXD
OUT
Serial communication data
7
/FRTS
OUT
Serial reception ready
(Machine side)
7
/FRTS
OUT
Serial reception READY
(Machine side)
12
/F-RESET
OUT
Reset signal
12
/F-RESET
OUT
Reset signal
OUT
Horizontal sync signal
13
/HSYNC
OUT
Horizontal sync signal
34
/FPAGE
IN
Page data READY
36
/READY
OUT
READY signal on the
machine side
37
FRXD
IN
Serial communication data
38
/FCTS
IN
Serial reception READY
(PCL side)
52
/PCLPRD
IN
Video data from PCL PWB
13
/HSYNC
14 ∼ 21,
44 ∼ 51
OUTD1 ∼
OUTD15
OUT
Data to the expanded PWB
24
/FAXREQ
OUT
Data transfer REQ signal
25
/FAXCS
IN
OUTD bus enable signal
33
/PRLINE
OUT
Effective print area
34
/FPAGE
IN
Page data READY
35
/FREADY
IN
FAX PWB recognition signal
36
/READY
OUT
READY signal on the
machine side
37
FRXD
IN
Serial communication data
38
/FCTS
IN
Serial reception READY
(FAX side)
43
/POFF
OUT
Power OFF signal
54
/FAXPRD
IN
Video data from FAX PWB
55
/FAXACK
IN
Data transfer ACK signal
(4) 1284/USB circuit select control section
The GDI/USB PWB is connected to CN15 connector to control switching between IEEE1284 port and USB port.
If USB cable isn’t connected to the GDI/USB PWB, the /1284-EN signal
becomes LOW to allow the user of IEEE1284 port.
If USB cable is connected, the /USB-EN signal becomes LOW to allow
the use of USB port.
Since USB has priority, when USB cable is connected, it is selected.
That is, when USB cable is connected, IEEE1284 port (parallel port) is
disabled.
GDI/USB CN
5V
CN15
1
2
3
(5-D2)
PARAAD0
4
(5-D2)
PARAAD1
5
(5-D2)
PARAAD2
6
(5-D2)
PARAAD3
7
(5-D2)
PARAAD4
8
(5-D2)
PARAAD5
9
(5-D2)
PARAAD6
10
(5-D2)
PARAAD7
11
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
/REV
INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
12
13
14
15
(5-D3)
/STB
16
(5-D3)
/ACK
17
(5-D3)
BUSY
(5-D3)
PE
18
19
(5-D3)
/FAULT
20
(5-D3)
SLCT
21
(2-D3)
/GDI-IN
22
23
24
25
26
(5-A3)
(1-B1)
3.3V
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
USB-IN
27
/USB-EN
28
USB-ON
29
/1284-EN
30
31
31FT-BT-VK-N
12 – 12
AR-F152
3. FAX PWB Functional block diagram (AR-F152 only)
Speaker
NCU
LCD PWB
Prog.ROM
FX164
PSTN
FX200
Main Memory
CPU Bus
LC8213
PCL/FAX MCU PWB
LZ9FH19
Image. Bus
Buf. Mem.
ASIC
Image.
Memory
SCAN
DATA
Memory
PRINT DATA
4. LSI pin layout (AR-F152 only)
(1) NSFX200 (IC503) pin layout
VCCD6
MA15
MA14
MA13
MA12
MA11
GNDD6
MA10
MA9
MA8
MA7
MA6
VCCD7
MA5
MA4
MA3
MA2
MA1
GNDD7
CWAIT
CAS
RAS1
RAS0
SEL3
SEL0
VCCD8
SEL1
OE
WE1
WE0
HLCA
HOLD
GNDD8
132-Pin FQFP Package
115
113
111
109
107
105
103
101
99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84
116
114
112
110
108
106
104
102
100
HBE
117
83
VCCA2
ADS
118
82
GNDA2
DDIN
119
81
PTMP
AD0
120
80
SBG
AD1
121
79
SCVO
AD2
122
78
SVI
AD3
123
77
GNDA1
AD4
124
76
VCCA1
VCCD9
125
75
GNDD5
AD5
126
74
PMPH0
AD6
127
73
PMPH1
AD7
128
72
PMPH2
AD8
129
71
PMPH3
AD9
130
70
SMPH0
GNDD9
131
69
SMPH1
AD10
132
68
SMPH2
AD11
1
67
SMPH3
AD12
2
66
VCCD5
AD13
3
65
PEXT
AD14
4
64
PFAIL
VCCD1
5
63
SOSCO
AD15
6
62
SOSCI
A16
7
61
RST
A17
8
60
WDT
A18
9
59
BUZCLK
A19
10
58
DMRQ3
GNDD1
11
57
MWSI
A20
12
56
URXD
A21
13
55
UTEN
A22
14
54
PIO0
A23
15
53
PIO1
PDO
16
52
SNH
VCCD2
17
51
GNDD4
VCCD4
PCLK
SBYPS
MWSO
UTXD
UREN
INTR
INT3
INT2
INT1
INT0
CCLK
GNDD3
FOSCO
FOSCI
STB0
STB1
CTTL
VCCD3
STB2
STB3
SCLK2
DMAK1
SDIS
DMAK3
GNDD2
MWSK
SPDW
SCLK1
SLS
SDOUT
SDIN
SDFDBK
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
TL/EE/11331-54
12 – 13
AR-F152
NSFX200 (IC503) supplies
Signal
GNDA1 ∼ 2
GNDD1 ∼ 9
Output Signals
Pin Numbers
77 82
11 25 38
51 75 90
102 116 131
Descrlption
Signal
Analog ground.
BUZCLK
Pin Numbers
59
Digital ground.
CAS
VCCA1 ∼ 2
76 83
Analog Power — 5V supply
for analog circuits.
VCCD1 ∼ 9
5 17 32
50 66 84
96 109 125
Digital Power — 5V supply
for digital circuits.
104
DRAM Column Address
Strobe — Column address
strobe for DRAM banks
refresh.
CCLK
39
CPU Double Clock — Feeds
CPU’S OSCIN. Asynchronous.
CWAIT
103
Continuous Walt — Low
extends the memory cycle of
the CPU.
DMAK1
28
General purpose output pin.
DMAK3
26
DMA Acknowledge —
Output for DMA channel 3
acknowledge or general
purpose output pin.
FOSCO
37
High-Speed Oscillator Out —
Asynchronous.This line is
used as the return path for
the crystal (if used).
Input Signals
Signal
CTTL
Pin Numbers
33
Description
CPU Clock — CPU clock that
is used for clocking the
NS32FX200.
DMRQ3
58
DMA Request — Input for
DMA channel 3 request.
FOSCI
36
High-Speed Oscillator —
(49.1520 MHz) Asynchronous.
When an external oscillator is
used, FOSCO should be left
unconnected or loaded with
no more than 5 pF of stray
capacitance.
HBE
HLDA
INT0 ∼ 3
117
114
High Byte Enable — Status
signal used to enable data
transfers on the most
significant byte of the data bus.
Hold Acknowledge — Issued
by the CPU to indicate it has
released the bus in response
to a HOLD request.
40 41 42
43
Interrupt In — Asynchronous.
External maskable prioritized
interrupt requests.
Description
Buzzer Clock —
Programmable frequency
clock for the buzzer.
HOLD
115
Hold Request — When low,
HOLD requests the bus from
the CPU to perform DMA
operations or to insert idle
bus cycles.
INTR
44
Interrupt Request — Low
indicates that an interrupt
request is being output to the
CPU.
MA1 ∼ 15
101
98
94
91
87
100
97
93
89
86
99
95
92
88
85
Memory Address Bus —
Multiplexed DRAM address.
MWSI
57
General purpose input pin.
PFAIL
64
Power Fall Indication — An
asynchronous signal which
forces the NS32FX 200 into
freeze mode.
PTMP
81
Not used.
PDO
16
Not used.
RST
61
Reset In — Asynhronous
reset input from the CPU.
PEXT
65
Not used.
PMPH0 ∼ 3
74 73 72
71
Output port.
SBG
80
Not used.
SDIN
19
Sigma-Delta Data In —
Asynchronous input from the
SDC analog receiver.
SOSCI
62
Low-Speed Oscillator —
(3.2768 kHz or 455 kHz)
Asynchronous. When an
external oscillator is used,
SOSCO should be left
unconnected or loaded with
no more than 5 pF of stray
capacitance.
SVI
78
Scanner Video In — Analog
current from the scanner
sample and hold circuit.
URXD
56
UART Recelve —
Asynchronous input or general
purpose input pin.
UTEN
55
General purpose input pin.
MWSK
OE
12 – 14
24
General purpose output pin.
111
Output Enable — Used by
the addressed device to gate
the data onto the data bus.
RAS0
106
DRAM Row Address
Strobes — Row address
strobe for DRAM banks 0
and 1.
RAS1
105
RAS1 is not used.
SCLK1
22
General purpose output pin.
SCLK2/DAMK0
29
Scanner Clock 2 — Output,
DMA Acknowledge-output for
DMA channel 0 acknowledge.
SCVO
79
Scanner Compensated
Video Out — Analog current
for use by ABC or optional
video enhanement circuit.
SDFDBK
18
Sigma-Delta Feedback —
Feedback input to the SDC
analog receiver.
Asynchronous output signal.
AR-F152
Zone Select — Used to
adderss the device according
to the selected zone.
A19
GND
A21
A20
68-Pin PCC Package
A23
A22
Sigma-Delta Data Out —
Input to the SDC analog
transmitter.
IOUT
VCC
General purpose output pin.
20
BPU
IAS
27
SDOUT
INT
U/S
SDIS/DMAK2
(2) NS32FX164 (IC507)
ILO
NMI
Description
ST1
ST0
Pin Numbers
GND
Signal
SEL0
108
SEL1
110
ST2
9
27
A18
SEL3
107
ST3
8
28
A17
SLS
21
General purpose output pin.
SMPH0 ∼ 3
70 69 68
67
Output port.
PFS
DDIN
ADS
7
6
5
29
30
31
A16
VCC
AD15
SPC
VCC
4
3
32
33
AD14
AD13
SOSCO
63
Low-Speed Oscillator Out —
Asynchronous. This line is
used as the return path for
the crystal (if used).
HBE
HOLDA
2
1
34
35
AD12
AD11
36
37
AD10
AD9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
HOLD
RSTO
68
67
NS32FX164
NS32FV16
NS32FX161
SPDW
23
General purpose output pin.
RES
RES
66
65
38
39
AD8
GND
STB0-3
35 34 31
30
General purpose output pin.
CWAIT
GND
64
63
40
41
AD7
AD6
WDT
60
WATCHDOG Trap — Traps
CPU execution when
WATCHDOG detects error.
OSCIN
RSTI
62
61
42
43
AD5
AD4
GND
Input/Output Signals
Signal
A16 ∼ 23
Pin Numbers
Description
7
8
9
10 12 13
14 15
High Order Address Bus —
The most significant eight bits
of the CPU address bus.
AD0 ∼ 15
120
123
127
130
2
6
ADS
118
Address Strobe — Controls
memory access, and signals
the beginning of a bus cycle.
DDIN
119
Data Direction In —
Indicates the direction of data
transfer during a bus cycle.
121 122
124 126
128 129
132
1
3
4
Supplles
VCC
Address/Data bus —
Multiplexed address/data
information.
MWSO
47
General purpose I/O pin.
PCLK/DMRQ1
49
General purpose I/O pin.
PIO0-1
54 53
General Purpose I/O Pins.
SBYPS/DMRQ2
48
General purpose I/O pin.
SNH/DMRQ0
52
Sample and Hold — Output
to scanner sample and hold
circuit or DMA Request-input
for DMA channel 0 reques.
UREN
45
General purpose I/O pin.
UTXD
46
UART Transmit — Output.
AD2
AD3
AD0
AD1
FCLK
ALE
VCC
CTTL2
DBE
GND
CTTL1
VCC
112
RD
GND
WE1
Write Enable — Used by the
addressed device to get the
data from the data bus.WE0
for even and WE1 for odd
bytes.
TSO
WR
113
OSCOUT
WEO
60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44
Power
+5 V positive supply.
Ground.
Ground reference for both on-chip logic and output
drivers.
Input Signals
RSTI
Reset Input.
Schmitt triggered, asynchronous signal used to generate a
CPU reset.
Note: The reset signal is a true asynchronous input.
Therefore, no external synchronizing circuit is
needed.
HOLD
Hold Request.
When active, causes the CPU to release the bus for DMA
or multiprocessing purposes.
Note: If the HOLD signal is generated asynchronously, its
set up and hold times may be violated. In this case,
it is recommended to synchronize it with CTTL to
minimize the possibility of metastable states.The
CPU provides only one synchronization stage to
minimize the HLDA latency. This is to avoid speed
degradations in cases of heavy HOLD activity (i.e.,
DMA controller cycles interleaved with CPU
cycles).
INT
Interrupt.
A low level on this pin requests a maskable interrupt. INT
must be kept asserted until the interrupt is acknowledged.
NMI
Non-Maskable Interrupt.
A High-to-Low transition on this signal requests a nonmaskable interrupt.
Note: INT and NMI are true asynchronous inputs. Therefore, no external synchronizing circuit is needed.
CWAIT
Continuous Walt.
Causes the CPU to insert continuous wait states if
sampled low at the end of T2 and each following T-State.
OSCIN
Crystal/External Clock Input.
Input from a crystal or an external clock source.
12 – 15
AR-F152
Output Signals
A16 ∼ A23 ∗ High-Order Address Bits.
These are the most significant 8 bits of the memory address bus.
HBE
∗ High Byte Enable.
Status signal used to enable data transfers on the most
significant byte of the data bus.
ST0 ∼ 3
Status.
Not used.
U/S
User/Supervisor.
Not used.
ILO
Interlocked Operation.
Not used.
HLDA
Hold Acknowledge.
Activated by the CPU in response to the HOLD input to indicate CPU has released the bus.
PFS
Program Flow Status.
A pulse on this signal indicates the beginning of execution
of instruction.
BPU
BPU Cycle.
Not used.
RSTO
Reset Output.
This signal becomes active when RSTI is low, initiating a
system reset.
RD
Read Strobe.
Activated during CPU or DMA read cycles to enable reading of data from memory or peripherals.
WR
Write Strobe.
Activated during CPU or DMA write cycles to enable writing of data to memory or peripherals.
TSO
Timing State Output.
Not used.
DBE
Data Buffers Enable.
Used to control external data buffers. It is active when the
data buffers are to be enabled.
OSCOUT Crystal Output.
Not used.
IAS
SPecial Cycle Address Strobe.
Not used.
CTTL1 – 2 System Clock.
Output clock for bus timing. CTTL1 and CTTL2 must be
externally connected together.
FCLK
Fast Clock.
Not used.
ALE
Address Latch Enable.
Active high signal that can be used to control external address latches.
IOUT
Interrupt Output
Not used.
(3) LC8213K (IC505) Pin Layout
I:
O:
B:
P:
NC:
Input pin
Output pin
Bidirectional pin
Power pin
Not connected
No.
Pin name
Type
No.
Pin name
Type
1
CS
I
41
AEN
O
2
RD
I
42
AST
O
3
WR
I
43
MDEN
O
4
A2
I
44
MRD
O
5
A1
I
45
MWR
O
O
6
A0
I
46
IORD
7
VDD
P
47
IOWR
O
NC
48
LDE
O
O
8
9
D7
B
49
UDE
10
D6
B
50
READY
I
11
D5
B
51
DTC
O
12
D4
B
52
VSS
13
VSS
P
53
14
D3
B
54
MA23
O
15
D2
B
55
MA22
O
16
D1
B
56
MA21
O
17
D0
P
NC
B
57
MA20
O
18
NC
58
MA19
O
19
NC
59
MA18
O
20
IREQ
O
60
MA17
O
21
DREQ
O
61
MA16
O
22
DACK
I
62
MA/MD15
O
23
NC
63
VSS
P
24
NC
64
MA/MD14
B
25
NC
65
MA/MD13
B
26
NC
66
MA/MD12
B
I
67
MA/MD11
B
27
RESET
28
CLK
I
68
MA/MD10
B
29
VSS
P
69
MA/MD9
B
30
TEST4
I
70
MA/MD8
B
Input-Output Signals
31
VDD
P
71
MA/MD7
B
AD0 ∼ 15
32
TEST3
I
72
VSS
P
33
TEST2
I
73
VDD
P
34
TEST1
I
74
MA/MD6
B
35
TEST0
I
75
MA/MD5
B
NC
76
MA/MD4
B
O
77
MA/MD3
B
SPC
DDIN
ADS
* Address/Data Bus.
Multiplexed Address/Data Information. Bit 0 is the least
significant bit of each.
Slave Processor Control.
Not used.
* Data Direction.
Status signal indicating the direction of the data transfer
during a bus cycle. During HOLD acknowledge this signal
becomes an input and determines the activation of RD or
WR.
* Address Strobe
Controls address latches; signals the beginning of a bus
cycle. During HOLD acknowledge this signal becomes an
input and the CPU monitors it to detect the beginning of
a DMA cycle and generate the relevant strobe signals.
When a DMA is used, ADS should be pulled up to VCC
through a 10 kΩ resistor.
12 – 16
36
37
BREQ
38
BACK
I
78
MA/MD2
B
39
IDREQ
I
79
MA/MD1
B
40
IDACK
O
80
MA/MD0
B
AR-F152
(4) CPU interface
Terminal
name
CS
Pin
No.
1
RD
2
I
WR
3
I
A2
A1
A0
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
IREQ
4
5
6
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
20
I
DREQ
DACK
21
22
I/O
I
I/O
3 state
O
O
I
Function
Chip select for the CPU to access
the LC8213 (low sctive).
Read.Set to “L” when the CPU is
the read out the LC8213 register.
Write.Set to “L” when the CPU is
to the LC8213 register.
Address input for when the CPU
accesses LC8213.
Pin
No.
54
55
56
57
56
59
60
61
62
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Interrupt request signal for the
CPU. By reading out the INTR
(interrupt request register) the CPU
can find the cause of the
interruption.IREQ is set to “L” when
the CPU reads INTR.
DMA request signal for the external
DMA controller. This will be set to
“H” in the following cases.
• Data exists in the EFIFO during
the coding processes.
• An empty space exists in the
DFIFO during decoding processes.
• The DBUF can read/write during
data transfer between the image
memory bus and CPU bus.
DMA acknowledge signal from the
external DMA comtroller.If DACK is
set to “L” during coding or
decoding, EFIFO and DFIFO will
be accessed. DBUF will be
accessed if DACK is set to “L”
during data transfer between the
image memory bus and CPU bus.
I/O
O
3 state
Pin
No.
71
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
41
AST
42
O
MDEN
43
O
USE
49
LDE
48
I/O
3 state
I/O
3 state
MRD
44
O
3 state
MWR
45
O
3 state
IORD
46
O
3 state
IOWR
47
BREQ
37
O
3 state
O
BACK
38
I
IDREQ
IDACK
READY
39
40
50
I
O
I
DTC
51
O
I/O
Function
O
This is set to “L” when the
LC8213 is the bus master to the
image memory.
If AEN = “H”, MA/MD, MRD,
MWR, IORD, IOWR, UDE and
LDE will be a HiZ output.
This signal indicates that an
address is being output to
MA/MD15 ∼ MA/MD0.
Bidirectional 8-bit data bus
(5) Image memory interface
Terminal
name
MA23
MA22
MA21
MA20
MA19
MA18
MA17
MA16
MA/MD15
MA/MD14
MA/MD13
MA/MD12
MA/MD11
MA/MD10
MA/MD9
MA/MD8
Terminal
name
MA/MD7
MA/MD6
MA/MD5
MA/MD4
MA/MD3
MA/MD2
MA/MD1
MA/MD0
AEN
Function
Not used.
This signal indicates that the
LC8213 is using MA/MD15 ∼
MD0 as data buses.
Not used.
This signal indicates that the loworder bits of the data bus are
being used.
This is set to “L” when data is
being read out of the image
memory.
This is set to “L” when data is
being written into the image
memory.
Not used.
Not used.
This signal is used for the LC8213
to request usage rights from the
image memory bus.
Input signal allowing the LC8213
to use the image memory bus.
Not used.
Not used.
This signal is used to delay the
read/write signal when using low
speed image memory or an I/O
device.
Not used.
(6) Others
I/O
3 state
Terminal
name
CKL
RESET
TEST0
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
TEST4
VDD
Not used.
Low-order 16-bit address and 16bit data bus for the image memory.
VSS
12 – 17
Pin No.
28
27
35
34
33
32
30
7, 31,
73
13, 29,
52, 63,
72
I/O
I
I
I
Function
External clock (Max.20NHz)
Reset
For testing.This is normally fixed
to “L”.
power supply (+ 5V)
GND
AR-F152
(7) MBCG46533-175 (IC 509) Pin Loyout
Pin#
Signal
1:18 IA14:IA0
19 AI_LINEINT
Pin#
Image bus address
Scanner line interuppt to
FX200 INT1 pin
20 CEP_*LED
Chip select to image memory
21 AI_TRIG
Tigger signal to LC82103
22 AI_*IPDACK
23 IM_*WR
DMA ack. sugnal to LC82103
Write strobe to image
memory
24 AI_CEP*DREQ
DMA request to FX200
25 AI_BACK
Bus ack.signal to LC8213
Signal
94 AI_*CSCONF
Description
Description
Chip select signal for
64KSRAM
95 AI_*WRLED
Not used
98 F2_*SEL1
Zone select signal from
FX200,
99 F2_*SEL3
Zone select signal from
FX200
100 F2_*DMAK0
101 F1_*DBE
DMA ask.signal from FX200
Data buffer enable signal
from FX164
102 F1_*DDIN
Status signal indicating the
direction of the data bus
from FX164
28 IP_CLK1
CLK1 of the LC82103
32 AI_*CEPDMAK
33 IM_IPDREQ
DMA ack.signal from FX200
DMA request from LC82103
103 F1_*RD
Read strobe signal from
FX164
Image bus data
104 F1_*WR
Write strobe signal from
FX164
34: 42 IDATA7: IDATA0
44 IM_IPSH
SH signal from LC82103
45 IM_BREQ
Bus request from LC8213
108 F1_CTTL1
System clock from FX164
46 CEP_DREQ
DMA request from LC8213
110 F1_*HLDA
Hold Ask. signal from FX164
47 CEP_*AEN
Address enable signal from
LC8213
111 F1_ALE
Address latch signal from
FX164
48 CEP_AST
Address strobe signal from
LC8213
112:129 AD15:AD0
FX164 AD bus
132 *XINT
1284 INT signal
Reset signal from LBP
engine
133 XSELECT
1284 SELECT signal
134 XPERR
1284 PERR signal
51 VCKL
Not used
135 XBUSY
1284 Busy signal
53 *DREADY
DREADY signal from LBP
54 ERROR
ERROR signal from LBP
136 XACK
137 XFAULT
1284 ACK signal
1284 FAUL signal
55 *DCRDY
56 *HSYNC
DCRDY signal from LBP
Horizontal syc.signal from
LBP
57 *SCLK
SCLK signal from LBP
150 *XAUTOFD
1284 AUTOFD signal
58 VSYNC
Vertical signal from LBP
151 AI_1284IN
59 PLL-CLK
62 *DDATA
Basic clock from PLL
Video data to LBP
1284 buffer direction control
signal
152 AI_ECPINT
63 *DSRDY
DSRDY signal from LBP
1284 interrupt signal to
FX200
49 *RESET
138:146 BPCDATA1:BPCDATA8
1284 buffered data
148 *XSTROBE
1284 STROBE signal
149 *XSLECTION
1284 SELECT IN signal
64 *SDATA
SDATA for LBP
65 RES-*ERR
RESERR to LBP
153 AI_*DREQ
155 XTST
TEST pin
66 *DPAGE
DPAGE to LBP
156 SW4M
FIFO RAM size select signal
67 *DPRIM
DPRIM to LBP
69 AI-*MWE
70 AI-*ICAS
Write strobe to 16MDRAM
L-CAS signal to 16MDRAM
71 AI-*UCAS
U-CAS signal to 16MDRAM
73 *ICAS
CAS signal from FX200
74 *IWEI
75 *IWE0
Write enable
byte on data
Write enable
byte on data
157:174 AI_FIFOD0:
AI_FIFOD15
signal for even
bus
signal for odd
bus
WIPS FIFO Data
175 AI_FIFO*WR
177 AI_FIFO*CAS
WPS FIFO write strobe
WPS FIFO CAS signal
178 AI_FIFO*RAS
WPS FIFO RAS signal
179:188 AI_FIFOA0:AI_FIFOA8
WPS FIFO address signal
190:193 AI_SMPH0:AI_SMPH3
Scanner motor phase signal
194:195 AI_CUR0:AI_CUR1
Scanner motor current
control signal
76 FX1_*RSTO
Reset signal from FX164
197 AI_*CLK2
CLK2 signal for CCD
77 AI_*IRD
read strobe to I/O device
198 AI_*CLK1
CLK1 signal for CCD
78 AI_*IWR
80 AI_*SANWRL
write strobe to I/O device
Strobe signal for LD0:8 bus
199 AI_*CLAMP
CLAMP signal for CCD
202 AI_*LAMPON
Scanner lamp control signal
Buffered AD bus for slow
devices access
203 AI_*TGCCD
TG signal for CCD
204 AI_*RSCCD
205 PNL_*SCOVER
RS signal for CCD
Scanner cover open signal
206 *B4SEN
B4 sensor signal (Not used
in not-Japan model)
81:89 LD0:LD7
90 AI_*CSIP
Chip select signal for
LC82103
91 AI_*CSCEP
Chip select signal for LC8213
92 AI_*RDKRB
Read strobe signal for
74LS244
207 *PISEN
Paper in Sensor on Scanner
signal
93 AI_*FIFOA9
WPSFIFO address signal
208 *ORSEN
Original sensor on scanner
signal
12 – 18
AR-F152
5. FAX PWB circuit description
(AR-F152 only)
(1) Summary
The FAX PWB performs the following operations:
• Interface with the MCU PWB (Scan data input, print image data output)
• FAX operation panel control
• FAX image conversion
• Interface with the public telephone line
This IC converts bit map data into coded data in MH, MR, or MMR format or converts coded data of MH, MR, or MMR format into bit map
data. In FAX sending, bit map data is outputted from LZ9FH19 to the
image bus are coded in MMR format and outputted to the CPU bus.
The coded data are stored in the main memory. In FAX reception, the
coded data are read from the main memory and converted into bit map
data by this IC and outputted to the image bus.
The outputted data are sent through the ASIC to the MCU PWB and
printed. The 256K SRAM connected to the image bus are used as the
buffer memory.
(6) ASIC section
NS FX164 is used as the CPU, and FX200 is used as the system controller. An 8M OTPROM is used as the program ROM, and16M DRAM
as the main memory. To store the registered telephone numbers, etc.,
64K SRAM (backed up by battery) and the clock IC are used.
LC8213 is used to perform data compression and expansion.
ASIC performs laser printer control and interface with and the MCU
PWB.
The NCU circuit connects with the telephone line.
This ASIC of about 30,000 gates is composed of the three blocks.
• SCL block: Scanner control and bus control
• 1284 block: Interface section with PC
• LBP: Laser printer engine control and FIFO memory control
RESET_GEN forms reset signals in ASIC, and CLOCK GEN forms
clock signals in ASIC. HFKDIV divides the basic video frequency inputted to the ASIC.
ASIC
(2) CPU section
CPU NS32FX164
System controller NS32FX200
32bit CPU CORE
16bit DSP module
DRAM controller
Interrupt controller
Timer
DMA controller
Sigma Delta Coded
Clock gen
Reset_gen
The NS32FX164 (having 32bit core and 16bit DSP core) is used as the
CPU in combination with the system controller NS32FX200. The 32bit
CPU core is used to control the system. By combination with the 16bit
DSP core and the Sigma Delta Coded circuit in the NS32FX200, the
MODEM function is realized. The NS32FX200 is provided with the
DRAM controller function, the interrupt controller function, the timer
function, and the DMA controller function, which are used to control the
system.
ECP
SCL
LBP
FX AD BUS
Control
Address
FX data in
Address
Bus control
Public Telephone line
Motor control
Expansion
LC8213
256K
SRAM
Captur
on
DACK
DREQ
LBP
DACK/wrne
Data tp LBP
LC8213 DATA
Image
wrne
Image
data on
Image address
Image memory control
Time slot
CAPTURE
Image memory control
Image memory address
LC8213 contros
LC8213 BACK
LC8213 BREQ
ECP Dreq in
LC8213 Dreq in
CTTL from FX
LC82103 CCD timing
CTTL div2 main clock
ECP Dreq out
By combination of LC8213 and 256K SRAM, compression and expansion are performed.
Image Bus
LBP READY
Image bus
control
Timing control
LC82103 DMA handshake
LC8213 Dreq out
(5) Compression, expansion
Image Bus
Interface
TC
CCd timing
conrol
ASIC (LZ9FH19) receives scanner image data processed in the MCU
PWB and stores in the scan data memory.
ASIC outputs image data to the image data bus and performs compression and expansion with LC8213 according to the CPU’s instruction.
CPU
Interface
Control
DMA control
Sensors
(4) Scanner image storing process
Compression
FX
data in
Lamp modulation
A DRAM of 16M (1M × 16 bit composition) is used as the main
memory. An 8M OPTROM (512K × 16 bit composition) is used as the
program memory.
The NJU6355 is used as the clock IC, and 64K SRAM of 8K × 8bit is
used as the configuration memory which stores various settings. These
two IC’s are backed up by a 3V lithium battery even when the AC
power is turned off. The configuration memory is also used as the buffer memory in PC-FAX.
FX data out
(3) Memory
FX data out
Controls
Image memory data bus
NCU
circuit
FX
data
out
CPU
Bus
Control
SCL block
Scanner control
Analog
circuit
Hfckdiv
The SCL block performs scanner control, timing control, and bus control.
The scanner control block does not use the MCU because the MCU
takes an image data.
The sensor block receives input of the sensor and switch state on the
ADF. The bus control block performs the CPU bus control, image bus
control, and DMA transmission between them. The timing control block
forms CCD clock signals and DMA signals.
12 – 19
AR-F152
RST
ELDATA[7:0]
RDYLED
ELWR_
ELRD_
RLE
LBP module
CS_LBP
PA RERR
LEDATA[7:0]
IRD_
D_LBP2SCL[15:0]
RESERR
LERDY
STALL
STSCH
IWR_
Module
ECP
module
PAPPY
CA[5:0]
DATA2FPGA[15:0]
SCL
DPRIM
LBP_WE_
IMG2LBP[7:0]
VSYNC
DREADY
RESET
ERROR
DDATA
DPAGE
DSRDY
DCRDY
SCLK
SDATA
LBP_RDY
PLL
RAS_
CAS_
WR_
OE
ADDR[9:0]
DATA[15:0]
J[3:0]
VCLK
HS_
(8) Sigma Delta circuit
LBP
ENCINE
The Sigma Delta circuit converts analog signals passed through the
matching transformer into digital signals. The digital signals
(FX200_SDOUT) outputted from FX200 are inputted to the analog
switch to generate digital switch for switching with +5V/5V. The signals
are converted into analog signals in the LPF circuit.
DRAM
256K
x16
HSYNC_
PLL_CLK
HFKDIV
The CPU judges whether calling is made from the public line or not
referring to the frequency of the NCU_RDT signal.
By turning on RY501, the public line loop is closed. Then response of
MFP is transmitted to the public line. (OFF-hook state). When the dial
pulse is selected, RY501 is turned on/off according to the telephone
number to transmit the remote telephone number to the public
telephone line. In the tone pulse, the tone signal from the Sigma Delta
circuit is passed through the matching transformer to the public
telephone line.
The NCU_LPCDT signal is generated fromPC814 (ISO503) according
to the potential generated in R513. When the external telephone is in
OFF-hook state, a potential is generated in R513 to drive the
MCU_LPCDT signal LOW. The CPU monitors the signal and judges
whether the external telephone is busy or not.
SEL
ELDATA[5:0]
CLK
HC4053(IC605)
HC4053(IC605)
+5V
LF347
Matching
-5V
transformer
FX200_SDOUT
LPF
LIS
Integrator,Comparator
FX200_SDIN
LM311
AMP.
LF347
LF347
Reference voltage
HC4053(IC516)
FX200_GAIN
FX200_CAL
+5V
The LBP block controls the laser printer engine and the FIFO memory.
Since sending/receiving of command/status with the LBP engine is
made in the serial line, serial/parallel conversion is made in this block
to make interface between the CPU and the LBP engine. The reference video signal generated in the PLL circuit is made to the video frequency necessary for the dividing circuit. Video data are sent to the
laser engine in synchronization with this signal.
A 16M DRAM (1M × 16 bit) is used as the printer FIFO memory, which
is used as the buffer memory in PC-scan.
(7) NCU circuit
-5V
FX200_SDFBK
On the other hand, the analog signals inputted through the matching
transformer are amplified in the AMP circuit. By combination with
FX_200SDBFK signal and the integrator/comparator, the FX_200SDIN
signal is made and inputted to FX200.
(9) Data flow
The data flow in each reception mode is shown below.
The NCU circuit has the following functions:
• Matching between the public line and Sigma Delta circuit (MODEM
circuit)
• To make OFF-hook state
• Ring detection
• External telephone connection
• Detection of OFF-hook state of the external telephone
(FAX reception)
Reception operation
NCU
Prog.ROM
LCD PWB
FX164
FX200
LC8213
Matching
transformer
Rublic
line
Image Bus
Sigma Delta
circuit
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
T501
R513
External
telephone
Main Memory
Compressed
Image
CPU Bus
RY501
PSTN
Ring
detection
ISO502
NCU_RDT
Loop
current
detection
NCU_LPCDT
LZ9FH19
SCAN
DATA
Memory
To CPU
Image.
Memory
ASIC
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
Buf. Mem.
The FAX data from the public line are stored in the 16M DRAM. In this
case, the data are stored in the received format, that is in MH, MR or
MMR format. When reception of one page data is completed, printing
is performed.
To CPU
ISO503
Relay RY501 connects the public line and the matching transformer.
Relay RY501 connects the DC load line and the public line.
When RY501 is open, the external telephone is connected to the public
telephone line. For calling sound from the public line, the signal is rectified and inputted to the photo coupler PC817 ISO502 to generate
NCU_RDT signal.
12 – 20
AR-F152
(FAX reception)
B. CPU pin table
Print operation
Pin No.
FX164
LCD PWB
Prog.ROM
Signal name
Input/Output
PSTN
NCU
Main Memory
FX200
Compressed
Image
CPU Bus
LC8213
1
LED1
Output
2
LED2
Output
3
LCDRS
Input/Output
4
LCDRW
Input/Output
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
5
LCDB4
Input/Output
Buf. Mem.
6
LCDB5
Input/Output
7
LCDB6
Input/Output
8
LCDB7
Input/Output
9
OSC1
Input
10
OSC2
Output
11
GND
–
12
KEYCOM1
Output
13
KEYCOM2
Output
14
KEYCOM3
Output
PSTN
15
KEYCOM4
Output
Main Memory
16
VCC
17
TEST
Input
18
/PANEL RESET
Input
19
/SCK
Input
20
SID
Input
21
SOD
Output
22
LCDE
Output
23
KEYCOM9
Output
24
KEYCOM8
Output
LZ9FH19 receives image data from FAX/PCL MCU and stores in the
scan data memory. The mage data are transmitted to LC52113 and
converted into MMR format. The converted data are stored in the main
memory then read by FX200 and transmitted to the public line.
25
LED3
Output
26
KEYCOM7
Output
27
KEYCOM6
Output
6. LCD circuit (AR-F152 only)
28
KEYCOM5
Output
Image Bus
LZ9FH19
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
SCAN
DATA
Memory
ASIC
Image.
Memory
The FAX data stored in the main memory are transmitted to LC8213,
where they are converted into bit map data, which are sent to ASIC
and transmitted to the FAX/PCL MCU PWB for printing.
(FAX transmission)
NCU
FX164
LCD PWB
Prog.ROM
FX200
Compressed
Image
CPU Bus
LC8213
Image Bus
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
LZ9FH19
SCAN
DATA
Memory
FAX/PCL
MCU PWB
ASIC
Buf. Mem.
Image.
Memory
A. Outline
The LCD PWB is composed of the 4-bit, single-chip microprocessor,
HD404344, the LCD panel, the key SW block, the LED circuit, and the
shunt regulator circuit. The block diagram is shown below.
The LCD PWB is composed of the key scan process block, the serial
I/O process block, the LED lighting process block, the LCD display
process block, the reset process block, the oscillation circuit, and the
LCD power circuit. These circuits are driven by 5V, and only the LCD
circuit is driven by 12V to generate 5.2V as the LCD display drive voltage.
LCD PWB
Key scan section
LED circuit section
LCD power circuit
SOD
CPU
HD404344
FAX board
PWB
SCK
SIO
RESET
–
LCD panel
Oscillation
circuit
12 – 21
AR-F152
C. LCD panel pin arrangement
Pin No.
Signal name
Input/Output
Remark
1
LCDRS
Input
H: Data input;
L: Instruction input
2
LCDRW
Input
H: Data read;
L: Data write
3
LCDE
Input
Enable signal
4
DB0
Input
Not used.
5
DB1
Input
Not used
6
DB2
Input
Not used
7
DB3
Input
Not used
8
LCDB4
Input
Data bus line
9
LCDB5
Input
Data bus line
10
LCDB6
Input
Data bus line
11
LCDB7
Input
Data bus line
12
VSS
–
0V
13
VDD
–
+5.2V
14
Vin
–
+5.2V
15
V5
–
LCD drive power
16
GND
–
Frame GND
D. Key scan input process diagram
Key scan
process
time (A)
LCD display data
process time (B)
Key scan
process
time (A)
input
Key SW effective period
12 – 22
13 – 1
A
1000p
0.1u
24V
R129
D10
R139
1KJ
C372
B
1000p
0.1u
74HC14
11
10
20KJ
1SS133
C139
BR43
9.1KJ
13
74HC14
C
12
20KJ D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
R125
33KJ
BR42
47p
FW
20KJ D11
D10
D9
D8
D6
(6-A4)
BR41
47p
C371
1KJ
R282
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
IC113F
20KJ D15
D14
D13
D12
C198
IC113E
BR40
1SS133
8
7
6
5
1SS133
D5
5V
R201
47p
C199
KIN2
(6-C4)
(4-A3)
(4-A3)
KIN1
(6-C4)
(7-D1)
(7-D2)
(7-E1)
(OP-CLK)
(OP-DATA)
TMON
(4-C1)
(FRXD)
(/FRTS)
(FTXD)
0.1u
C231
0.1u
C234
100p
100p
DAP202U
D27
DAN202U
D
1000p
D
C269
1000p
10KJ
C265
R228
10KJ
1KJ
R229
1KJ
R224
330J
5V
BR49
20KJ
BR48
20KJ
R223
NFM839
NFM839
47J
47J
R232
C254
47p
NF2
NF1
R217
R218
C255
47p
C256
D26
R213
20KJ
R200
20KJ
DA204K
D106
1
20KJ
R214
47J
R207
47J
R215
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
C232
R206
68J
2
2
A11
47J
R202
0.1u
C393
IC9
H8S/2350
A5V
RTH (2-D2)
3
1
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
(4-D4)
(4-D4)
(3-B3)
(3-B4)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-E4)
P53/ADTRGP52
Vss
Vss
P51
P50
PF0/BREQPF1/BACKPF2/LCAS-/WAIT-/BREQOPF3/LWRPF4/HWRPF5/RDPF6/ASVcc
PF7/
Vss
EXTAL
XTAL
Vcc
STBYNMI
RESWDTOVFP20/PO0/TIOCA3
P21/PO1/TIOCB3
P22/PO2/TIOCC3
P23/PO3/TIOCD3
P24/PO4/TIOCA4
P25/PO5/TIOCB4
P26/PO6/TIOCA5
P27/PO7/TIOCB5
P63/TEND1P62/DREQ1P61/TEND0-/CS5Vss
Vss
P60/DREQ0-/CS4Vss
R208
47p
8
7
6
5
A14
A9
A10
A12
C200
C242
0.1u
DMT2
DMT3
DAL
DAH
SIN4
SIN3
SIN2
SIN1
3
W24257AJ-12
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
H8S/2350
47J
VDD
/WE
A13
A8
A9
A11
/OE
A10
/CE
I/O8
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
0.1u
C394
PG3/CS1PG4/CS0Vss
Vss
Vcc
PC0/A0
PC1/A1
PC2/A2
PC3/A3
Vss
PC4/A4
PC5/A5
PC6/A6
PC7/A7
PB0/A8
PB1/A9
PB2/A10
PB3/A11
Vss
PB4/A12
PB5/A13
PB6/A14
PB7/A15
PA0/A16
PA1/A17
PA2/A18
PA3/A19
Vss
PA4/A20/IRQ4PA5/A21/IRQ5PA6/A22/IRQ6PA7/A23/IRQ7P67/CS7-/IRQ3P66/CS6-/IRQ2Vss
Vss
P65/IRQ1P64/IRQ0-
BR39
100p
C399
SBO-02SAN
L4
R203
3.3KJ
47J
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
GND
(1-D3)
0.1u
C224
C225
0.1u
BR38
1
2
3
4
IC7
/HWR
R303
20KJ
1KJ
R137
22u 16V
5V
100p
C11
USB-IN
100p
C207
5V
47J
47p
(8-B2)
100p
47p
C206
47p
C211
C210
1
2
3
4
C171
/CS1 (1-B3)
47p
C172
47p
C209
BR28
20KJ
47J
R187
BR25
47J
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
C227
100p
47J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
5V
C208
8
7
6
5
BR27
20KJ
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
47J R186
8 BR26
7
6
5
47J
8 BR24
7
6
5
BR23
47J
0.1u
C233
DMT1
DMT0
MRMT3
MRMT2
MRMT1
MRMT0
/CS2
BR37
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
A15
A13
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
D8
D9
D10
5V
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
A11
A14
A9
A10
A12
/ASICINT
(SPPD)
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
8
7
6
5
BR22
20KJ
(4-D4)
(4-D4)
(3-C1)
(3-C1)
(3-C1)
(3-C1)
(5-C1)
47J
1000P
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
(5-C1)
(2-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
100p
C205
1KJ
BR36
1
2
3
4
0.1u
VDD
/WE
A13
A8
A9
A11
/OE
A10
/CE
I/O8
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
W24257AJ-12
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
GND
IC5
(1-D3)
(MHPS)
(2-B4)
(5-C1) /CPUSYNC
/RD
/LWR (1-D3)
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
/CS1
/CS0
1000p
C283
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
C201
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0.1u
C183
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A1
A2
A3
A4
(1-B2)
(1-A2)
1000p
C296
1KJ
R247
7.5KJ
R249
R240
P35/SCK1
P34/SCK0
P33/RxD1
P32/RxD0
P31/TxD1
P30/TxD0
Vcc
PD7/D15
PD6/D14
PD5/D13
PD4/D12
Vss
PD3/D11
PD2/D10
PD1/D9
PD0/D8
PE7/D7
PE6/D6
PE5/D5
PE4/D4
Vss
PE3/D3
PE2/D2
PE1/D1
PE0/D0
Vcc
C409
A15
A13
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
D0
D1
D2
C173
C410
47p
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
5V
5V
C
2
1
2
C181
0.1u
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
3
C9
10u 16V
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D28
1
DAP202U
2
2
C178
IC6
PSW
1
MX27C4096
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
CE
OE
VPP
DRST
(6-C4)
(6-C4)
5V
3
20KJ
AVcc
Vref
P40/AN0
P41/AN1
P42/AN2
P43/AN3
P44/AN4
P45/AN5
P46/AN6/DA0
P47/AN7/DA1
AVss
Vss
P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD
P16/PO14/TIOCA2
P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC
P14/PO12/TIOCA1
P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB
P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA
P11/PO9/TIOCB0/DACK1P10/PO8/TIOCA0/DACK0MD0
MD1
MD2
PG0/CASPG1/CS3PG2/CS2-
/CS0 (1-B3)
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
2
20
1
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
DAN202U
D29
4.7KJ
R239
BR21
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
SBO-02SAN
L20
5V
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
18p
47p
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
C103
C102
B
1
3
4
MCU 1 (CPU SECTION)
A
100p
C279
BR52
20KJ
BR47
20KJ
AN-GND
(/FCTS)
/TMEN
TMCLK
HL
/SCANST
/SCANSP
/PRSTART
PMCLK
/POFF
CPUCLK
RRS
PR
SELIN1
SELIN2
SELIN3
/LWR
/HWR
/RD
(7-E1)
(5-B1)
(5-B1)
(4-D2)
(5-A1,7-C4)
(5-B1)
(5-B1,7-E4)
(3-A4)
(7-D4)
(5-A1)
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(2-C4)
(2-C4)
(2-C4)
(1-A2,5-A2)
(1-B1)
(1-B2,5-A2)
(8-C3)
(8-C3)
SDA
SCL
100p
C314
5V
R257
10KJ
10KJ
22000p
C177
0.1u
C329
E
13
12
5V
C357
0.1u
74VHC08
R258
2
1
5V
IC111A
10KJ
10KJ
5V
R271
R272
E
C10
0.82u
11
/RST
(6-E3)
74VHC08
47J
R300
22000p
C170
47J
R260
47p
C389
18p
C268
18p
C267
M24C02WBN6
SDA
SCL
/WC
VCC
IC16
5V
AT-51 19.6608MHz
X1
IC111D
3
C356
22000p
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
(5-C1)
47p
C315
M51953
VCC
NC
GND
CD
OUT
IC4
5V
/RESET
/F-RESET
(7-D4)
VSS4
A2 3
A1 2
A0 1
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
[13] CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
20KJ
20KJ
13 – 2
SPPD
SB4D
(7-A1)
1
(7-B1)
2
2
PMRDY
3
1
(6-D4)
3
POD
1
SPID
2
(6-C1)
3
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
DAP202U
3
D37
3
DAP202U
3
D30
A
1
DAP202U
C384
1000p
R263
1000p
C327
20KJ
R270
1000p
C340
10KJ
C388
20KJ
R298
1000p
C154
1000p
1000p
C156
1000p
C385
10KJ
R285
1000p
C153
B
3
2
6
7
1
4
BR71
5 1KJ
8
1
8
1
8
2
2
7
7
3
6
3
4
BR17
5 1KJ
6
1
8
4
2
7
BR51
5 1KJ
3
6
(SB4D)
(SPPD)
(PMRDY)
(POD)
(SPID)
(SDSW)
(PSW2)
(PSW1)
(PSH2)
(PPD3)
(CED2)
(CED1)
(PPD2)
(PPD1)
(2-E3)
(1-B2)
(2-E4)
(2-E4)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-E3)
(2-C1)
(2-E3)
(2-E4)
(2-E3)
(2-E4)
(7-C1)
PSH1
AN-GND
RTH-IN
(6-C1)
5V
DA204K
D105
MA700
D16
R152
10KF
1KF
R151
A5V
1
1000p
R297
20KJ
1000p
C155
4
BR18
5 1KJ
(SDOD) (2-E3)
(1-B2)
(MMLD) (2-E3)
(MHPS)
DA204K
D104
10KF
R177
620F
R178
A5V
22000p
C196
5V
C
7.5KJ
1MF
6
5
2
3
1000p
C150
20KJ
R141
4.7KJ
R153
R154
R155
12V
-
+
1KJ
R140
-
+
12V
-
+
12V
2
3
THERMISTER SENSE CIRCUIT
4
D36
C383
R296
20KJ
D38
DAN202U
1000p
C121
7.5KJ
7.5KJ
1KJ
R277
1KJ
8
(7-A1)
2
D31
1
1000p
C120
R145
R146
R283
(2-E4)
7
NJM2903
IC101B
1
LM358
IC109A
1
(PSH1)
300J
R252
5
3
1
A5V
2
(6-D1)
100p
C276
6
100p
C278
4
100p
C288
(2-E3)
AN-GND
100J
R216
FTH (4-D2)
74LS07
IC108C
74LS07
IC108B
74LS07
IC108A
THOPEN
DA204K
D107
1SS133
D18
1.2KJ
R170
5V
5V
C303
0.1u
5V
(2-E3)
0.1u
C317
0.1u
C180
100p
C275
22000p
C188
10KJ
R179
SELIN3
5V
NJM2903
IC101A
(1-D3)
SELIN2
(1-D3)
100p
C287
C277
100p
SELIN1
(1-D3)
5V
2
SDSW
3
1000p
C176
20KJ
R148
IC113A
2
(TCS)
(2-E4)
4
DAN202U
1
D35
2
1000p
C182
20KJ
R147
1000p
74HC14
1
8
(MFD)
(2-E4)
4
DAN202U
3
DAP202U
2
DAP202U
1
5V
3
D7
1
D8
2
2
DAP202U
3
1
DAP202U
3
D2
7.5KJ
1000p
C362
1KJ
2
7
1
3
6
DVS1
1
D15
7.5KJ
R124
1000p
C382
R278
4
BR20
5 1KJ
1
AN-GND
0.1u
C253
(6-E1)
/MEMORY-IN
47J
R233
47J
R234
47J
R242
5V
1.5KJ*3
(6-A1)
0J JUMPER
J.P12
10KJ
R301
1000p
1KJ
R142
10KJ
R143
0.1u
5V
C151
D
1000p
C212
1KJ
R188
10KJ
R189
(6-B4)
(6-B4)
(6-B4)
C152
RTH (1-D3)
/GDI-IN
5V
SELIN3O
SELIN2O
SELIN1O
5V
1SS133
D4
0J JUMPER
J.P13
10KJ
R302
24V1(DSWS)
5V
(SDSW)
(SPID)
(SB4D)
(SDOD)
(PSH1)
(PSW1)
(PPD2)
(PPD3)
THOPEN
(CED2)
DSWS
(MMLD)
(PPD1)
(POD)
(MFD)
(CED1)
(TCS)
(PMRDY)
DVS1
P-GND
R2
0.22J2W
D9
1SS133
(7-E2) (/FREADY)
(7-E1) (/PREADY)
(7-C2) (POFD)
(7-E3) (/PAGE)
(PSH2)
(2-B3)
(PSW2)
(2-B2)
(2-B2)
(2-B1)
(2-B1)
(2-B4)
(2-C3)
(2-B2)
(2-B3)
(2-B3)
(2-D2)
(2-B3)
(2-E2)
(2-B4)
(2-B3)
(2-B1)
(2-B4)
(2-B3)
(2-B4)
(2-B1)
(2-B4)
INPUT PORT SELECT CIRCUIT
}
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
G
IC105
D102
1KJ2W
R1
P-GND
DA204K
5V
74HC151
0
7
MUX
IC102
74HC151
0
7
MUX
IC104
74HC151
0
7
MUX
IC103
74HC151
0
7
MUX
G
}
EN
0
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
G
}
EN
0
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
G
}
EN
0
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
EN
0
R136
4.3KJ1/4W
7
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12
7
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12
7
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12
7
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12
2
(7-B1)
PSW2
(6-D2)
20KJ
20KJ
DAN202U
R123
1000p
C202
20KJ
R279
8
1
1
2
PSW1
PPD3
(6-D2)
(7-C1)
CED2
(6-C2)
DAN202U
R171
1000p
R172
1000p
D13
DAP202U
D32
C186
20KJ
R284
D
R195
PSH2
CED1
DAN202U
D14
DAP202U
C187
10KJ
R183
C
R194
(6-D2)
PPD2
1
(6-C1)
3
(6-D3)
2
PPD1
3
(6-C1)
2
D1
1
D20
2
2
DAN202U
D17
3
1
5V
3
DAP202U
1
D19
C185
10KJ
20KJ
10KJ
DAN202U
2
2
DETECTER CN
R182
R180
R181
D33
3
1
SPF DOOR OPEN
MHPS
MMLD
TCS
MFD
DVSEL
DAN202U
D22
3
8
3
(6-D2)
(6-A2)
(6-B2)
(8-C3)
(8-C3)
150J1/4W
R295
DAN202U
D21
1
B3B-PH-K-M
1
2
3
CN31
5V
B
R193
4
A
MCU 2 (INPUT SECTION)
E
1000p
1KJ
24V1
C165
0.1u
C222
5V
0.1u
C249
5V
0.1u
C223
5V
0.1u
C252
5V
R149
5
6
5
6
5
6
5
6
E
24V1
DSWS
10J
R184
10J
R199
10J
R185
10J
R205
(6-A2,6-A4)
(2-E3)
33p
C197
33p
C241
33p
C203
33p
C248
SIN4
SIN3
SIN2
SIN1
(1-D4)
(1-C4)
(1-C4)
(1-C4)
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
2
2
A
74VHC08
13 – 3
C14
470p
470p
/MRPS1
P-GND
C298
R255
47KJ
C297
5V
300J
R236
100J
R248
750J
R256
B
/MRPS2
(4-D2)
AN-GND
2MJ
R265
620J
R235
(1-C4)
(1-C4)
(1-C4)
(1-C4)
-
+
12V
-
+
MRMT2
MRMT0
MRMT3
MRMT1
1J 2W
R5
2.4KJ
R268
2.4KJ
R267
1J 2W
R4
6
5
6
5
-
+
4
(4-D2)
47u 25V
R254
47KJ
/VIDEO (6-D4)
DAL
2
3
8
1
8
(1-C4)
AN-GND
2MJ
R266
4
2
9
10
(6-D4)
DAH
12V
8
/LD
IC111C
100p
PMCLK-A
C235
6
100p
5V
74LS07
IC106C
C236
0.1u
C263
5
(1-C4)
C345
0.1u
4
(5-B4)
(1-D2) PMCLK
5V
22000p
C344
B
8
3
4
MCU 3 (OUTPUT SECTION 1)
A
2200p
C342
2200p
C341
7
LM358
IC109B
7
NJM3414A
IC110B
1
NJM3414A
IC110A
AN-GND
10KF
R273
10KF
R274
AN-GND
C
C
2200p
C343
2
13
9
3
14
10
5
6
16
17
SLA7027MU
TDA
TDB
RSA
REFA
REFB
RSB
IN/A
IN A
IN/B
IN B
IC12
VSA
VSB
GA
GB
4
15
1
8
11
18
7
12
(6-E3)
(6-E3)
OUT/A
OUT A
OUT/B
OUT B
CCDLO
CCDHI
0.1u
10u 16V
C355
C331
C16
24V
D
1000pF*8
C322
C316
47u 35V
ICP-N38 (ROHM)
CP2
C379
C15
A5V
D
C304
C289
C305
C290
0.1u
C358
HF50ACC201209
L7
HF50ACC201209
L8
HF50ACC201209
L14
HF50ACC201209
L13
24V
16
1
13
4
RY2
1
16
13
4
RY1
150J1/4W
150J1/4W
R294
R275
150J1/4W
220J1/4W
150J1/4W
150J1/4W
R150
R156
R169
R269
HF50ACC201209
L15
5V
9
11
8
6
9
11
8
6
RSB-24
RSB-24
(6-C2)
(7-B1)
(6-B2)
(6-D1)
(6-D2)
(6-C1)
(4-D3)
(7-A1)
(6-A1)
(7-B1)
(6-A1)
(7-B1)
(6-A1)
(7-A1)
(6-A1)
(6-A1,7-B1)
/SMSEL
SPMT-1
MRMT-1
SPMT-3
MRMT-3
SPMT-0
MRMT-0
SPMT-2
MRMT-2
24V-mir
E
LEDMHPS
LEDSPPD
LEDMFD
LEDPPD2
LEDPPD1
LEDPOD
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
13 – 4
47KJ
C128
10
5V
OUT2
5 VSS
TA7291S
OUT1
VCC2
1 IN2
VCC1
9 IN1
(6-C4)
2 VDD
IC1
OP-DATA
(6-C4)
3
7
8
6
TMb-O (6-A3)
B
0.47u 50V
C4
TMa-O (6-A3)
+
2200p
C115
5V
9
3
8
R104
4.7KJ
E1
2SA1036K
1SS133
IC113D
74HC14
Q102
C1
DTC114EKA
4
IC113B
74HC14
74VHC08
IC111B
D3
Q101
4.7KJ1/4W
R122
5V
5
4
3
A
R133
R126
47KJ
22000p
74LS07
IC108E
OP-CLK
(7-B1)
B1
TM-
TM
8
IC108D
74LS07
/SPFS
47KJ
R103
6
2
+
1SS133
D12
10u 35V
C7
24V
C
C
TMON
DMT3
(1-C4)
SRRC
SGS
SPUS
SMSEL
DMT2
(1-C4)
(1-C1)
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
DMT1
(1-C4)
(5-A2)
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(1-D2)
(2-D3)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A3)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(1-D3)
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
(1-D3)
DMT0
(1-C4)
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
2.2KJ
MM
MRPS1
MRPS2
PMD
LDEN
HL
FTH
MC
BIAS
BIASL
BIASH
TC
GRIDL
CL
R251
R250
R262
R261
CPFS1
CPFS2
MPFS
RRS
VFM
VFMCNT
PR
R225
R226
R230
R227
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15
D
TD62503F
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
G
IC8
TD62003
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
GND
IC2
O4
O3
O2
O1
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
CM
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
NC
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
CM
COM
COM
TD62064AF
GND
GND
I1
NC
NC
I2
NC
I3
NC
NC
I4
NC
IC13
TD62003
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
GND
IC3
16
9
7
2
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1
8
16
9
7
2
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1
COM
8
COM
O4
O3
O2
O1
TD62064F/AF
GND
GND
I1
NC
NC
I2
NC
I3
NC
NC
I4
NC
IC11
D
/MM
/MRPS1
/MRPS2
/PMD
/LDEN
/MC
/BIAS
/BIASL
/BIASH
/TC
/GRIDL
/CL
/SRRC
/SGS
/SPUS
(6-A2)
(3-B1)
(3-B1)
(6-D4)
(6-D4)
/HL
/FTH
(6-A4)
(6-A4)
(6-B4)
(6-B4)
(6-B4)
(6-A4)
(6-B3)
24V
(7-B1)
(7-B1)
(7-B1)
(3-E1)
(6-B3)
(6-B4)
/VFMCNT
/PR
24V
/SMSEL
(6-B2)
(6-C3)
(6-B2)
(6-B3)
(7-A2)
(7-A2)
(7-A2)
(7-A2)
/CPFS1
/CPFS2
/MPFS
/RRS
/DMT3
/DMT2
/DMT1
/DMT0
/VFM
2
DTA143XKA
4.7KJ1/4W
R135
B1
47KJ
R134
MTZJ22B
D23
E
5V
E
120J1/4W
R192
Q104
HLOUT
2SA1036K
Q103
24V
24Vdup
1
(5-A2)
(5-A2)
11
9
P-GND
2SD1853
Q1
1SS133
D34
B
C1
1
2
(OP-DATA)
5V
3
1
(1-D1)
1.5KJ
R281
(OP-CLK)
SPFS
(1-D1)
(5-A3)
2
E1
3
4
24V
MCU 4 (OUTPUT SECTION 2)
A
(6-A4)
VFMOUT
(6-B3)
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
3
1
74LS07
4
3
13 – 5
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A4)
(1-A4)
(1-A4)
(1-A4)
(1-A4)
(1-A4)
/SCANST
D10
D9
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-D2)
CPFS2
CPFS1
TM
TMD15
D14
D13
D12
D11
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(4-A1)
(4-A1)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
/LWR
/RD
MM
MPFS
(4-D2)
(4-D3)
CPUCLK
MC
BIASL
BIASH
BIAS
CL
VFMCNT
VFM
LDEN
PMD
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(1-D3)
TC
GRIDL
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(1-D3)
(1-D3)
MRPS2
MRPS1
SPFS
SMSEL
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-A4)
(4-D3)
SGS
SRRC
SPUS
/READY
C238
47p
C239
47p
33p
20KJ
20KJ
C237
R238
R237
C12
10u 16V
C13
B
0.1u
C228
0.1u
R197
R196
10u 16V
0.1u
C258
C398
0.1u
47J
47J
BR66
47J
47J
BR59
47J
BR67
47J
BR60
BR54
47J
BR61
47J
VHIHG73C025FD
/CS2
(1-C4)
(1-B2)
/ASICINT
/CPUSYNC (1-B2)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
(1-A3)
A6
A7
(1-A2)
(1-A2)
TMCLK
/TMEN
/PRSTART
/SCANSP
(1-D2)
(1-D2)
(1-D2)
(1-D2)
20KJ
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
100p
20KJ
20KJ
BR5
BR9
20KJ
BR4
20KJ
100p C217
100p
C179
BR12
20KJ
BR11
20KJ
BR10
20KJ
20KJ
BR13
47J
BR30
/WE
/OE
/CAS1
/CAS0
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
MAD11
MAD10
MAD9
MAD8
MAD7
MAD6
MAD5
MAD4
MAD3
MAD2
MAD1
MAD0
(6-E1)
/RAS2
/RAS1
/RAS0
MDATA0
MDATA1
MDATA2
MDATA3
MDATA4
(6-E1)
MDATA5
MDATA6
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
MDATA7
MDATA8
MDATA9
MDATA10
MDATA11
MDATA12
MDATA13
MDATA14
MDATA15
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-D1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-D2)
(6-D2)
(6-D2)
(6-D2)
(6-D2)
C
R191
C240
BR6
20KJ
47J
BR29
20KJ
R198
1KJ
1KJ
BR7
0.1u
C397
0.1u
0.1u
C259
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
C285
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
0.1u
C286
20KJ
20KJ
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
SBO-02SAN
L5
L9
SBO-02SAN
3.3V
5V
BR58
BR65
20KJ
BR63
BR62
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0.1u
C257
C396
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
BR57
47J
20KJ
20KJ
BR68
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
A
10KJ
R219
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(7-E4)
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
30J
BR69
20KJ
BR73
BR72
0.1u
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0.1u
C336
0.1u
C271
0.1u
C408
0.1u
C395
0.1u
C264
SAD12
SAD7
SAD6
SAD5
SAD4
SAD3
SAD2
SAD1
SAD0
SD00
SD01
SD02
C229
0.1u
C250
0.1u
C406
VDD
/WE
A13
A8
A9
A11
/OE
A10
/CE
I/O8
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
D
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
10J
R204
R176
R175
R174
R173
R168
R167
R166
R165
R164
R163
R162
R161
R160
R159
R158
R157
BR3
20KJ
BR8
20KJ
BR19
20KJ
BR2
20KJ
BR1
20KJ
Other Section is 5V PULL UP
20KJ
BR14
10J
BR35
20KJ
R190
BR16
10J
BR45
20KJ
R210
BR32
10J
BR46
20KJ
BR33
20KJ
22000p
BR34
10J
20KJ
SWE[0] (5-C4)
SCS[0]
18p
(5-C4)
SOE[0] (5-C4)
C332
18p
C334
18p
C221
10J
10J
18p
C220
18p
C219
18p
C218
18p
C192
(7-C3)
/FAXREQ
18p
18p
C189
(7-D3)
/FAXPRD
C190
(7-C3)
(7-D3)
/FAXCS
/FAXACK
C191
18p
0.1u
0.1u
BR15
10J
100p
100p
E
CNTCK
CKO
PULSE
SD17
SD16
SD15
SD14
SD13
SAD10
SAD13
SAD8
SAD9
SAD11
100p
C246
VCK
100p
C247
Vcc
Vcc
-CKO/2
CKO/2
-CKO
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
M66236FP
GND
GND
GND
TR
CLK IN
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
IC107
0.1u
C337
C245
5
8
14
13
1
2
3
15
E
VDD
/WE
A13
A8
A9
A11
/OE
A10
/CE
I/O8
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
W24257AJ-12
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
GND
IC14
C244
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
C339
C407
SAD12
SAD7
SAD6
SAD5
SAD4
SAD3
SAD2
SAD1
SAD0
SD10
SD11
SD12
10J
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
33p
PARAAD7
PARAAD6
PARAAD5
PARAAD4
PARAAD3
PARAAD2
PARAAD1
PARAAD0
BR31
10J
R231
C274
/FAULT
PE
BUSY
/ACK
/STB
/AUTOFD
/SLCTIN
INIT
/REV
SLCT
X2
<1329> 13.9867MHz
8 Vcc
OUT 5
C302
R221
5V
This Section is 3.3V PULL UP
10J
0.1u
10J
0.1u
C301
SBO-02SAN
L11
18p
C333
BR50
20KJ
20KJ
SD07
SD06
SD05
SD04
SD03
SAD10
SAD13
SAD8
SAD9
SAD11
BR44
20KJ
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
R212
C260
R211
R209
R220
0.1u
C335
W24257AJ-12
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
GND
IC15
D
4
1
2
OP-LATCH
100p
C291
0.1u
/SYNC
5V
BR53
20KJ
10J
100p
/SDCLK
100p
1
IC106B
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
(6-C3)
IC106A
C243
8
7
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
74LS07
2
C281
0.1u
30J
BR56
47J
47J
5
6
7
20KJ
C292
R244
S/H
4
BR53
20KJ
(6-D4)
5V
10J
1
2
/1284-EN
C282
0.1u C270
0.1u
BR64
8
10J
3
4
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
BR55
/f1
/f2
/SH
R246
R245
4
3
2
GND
3
(8-B2)
C284
47p
C280
SAD0
SAD1
SAD2
SAD3
SAD4
SAD5
SAD6
SAD7
100p
33p
SAD8
SAD9
SAD10
SAD11
SAD12
SAD13
C295
33p
C347
BR70
SD14
SD15
SD16
SD17
74HC14
5
33p
R243
2KJ
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
(8-B2)
6
33p
C349
5V
R241
33p
33p
C368
BR74
10J
CP
BCLK
33p
C346
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
RS
SP
(8-A2)
(8-A2)
33p
C370
C348
BR75
10J
(8-B2)
(8-B2)
C367
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
(8-C3)
(8-C3)
(8-C2)
C369
/LD
(3-A3)
SD04
SD05
SD06
SD07
USB-ON
47J
SD00
SD01
SD02
SD03
5V
12p
C299
R253
C
SOE[1]
SWE[1]
SCS[1]
SOE[0]
SWE[0]
SCS[0]
IC113C
GND
/USB-EN
5
CCDD7
(8-B2)
OUT
(6-E4)
22000p
Vcc
(6-D4)
<1330> 22.000MHz
X3
CCDD0
CCDD1
CCDD2
CCDD3
CCDD4
CCDD5
CCDD6
0.1u
C320
8
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
(6-E4)
4
5V
B
(5-E4)
(5-E4)
(5-E4)
(5-D4)
(5-D4)
(5-D4)
C319
SBO-02SAN
L12
MCU 5 (ASIC SECTION)
A
12
16
6
7
10
9
11
4
5V
OUTD3
OUTD2
OUTD1
OUTD0
OUTD5
OUTD4
/PCLPRD
/HSYNC
OUTD15
OUTD14
OUTD13
OUTD12
OUTD11
OUTD10
OUTD9
OUTD8
OUTD7
OUTD6
/PCLCS
/PCLACK
/PCLREQ
0.1u
C273
47p
(7-C4)
(7-D4)
(7-C4)
(7-D4)
(7-C4)
(7-D4)
(7-D3)
(7-D4)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-C4)
(7-D3)
(7-D3)
(7-C3)
12p
C261
R222
C272
18p
47J
SCS[1]
(5-C4)
SOE[1] (5-C4)
C325
SBO-02SAN
L6
18p
C324
18p
1
2
3
4
C326
SWE[1] (5-C4)
AR-F152
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-E1)
(6-E2)
(6-E2)
(6-E2)
(6-E2)
(6-E2)
/RESET
(1-E1)
13 – 6
1
2
(3-E2)
(3-E1)
(3-E2)
(3-E1)
(3-E2)
/MM
MMLD
P-GND
(4-D2)
(2-A4)
B2P-VH
1
2
CN9
24V1
D-GND
1000p
C193
24V-mir
MRMT-3
MRMT-2
MRMT-1
MRMT-0
A
(6-D4)
(2-D1)
0.1u
C127
5V
08FE-BT-VK-N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CN18
52147-0510
1
2
3
4
5
CN28
MIRROR MOTOR CN
(2-E2)
TM CN
MAIN MOTOR CN
(4-B1)
TMa-O
TMb-O
(4-B1)
0.1u
C107
0.1u
C101
(4-E3)
/RRS
240J1/4W
R102
24V
L10
1000p
C162
RRS CN
240J1/4W
R101
ELKT
B4P-VH
1
2
3
4
CN4
B4B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
4
B
B5B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
4
5
CN21
L19
CN11
HF50ACC201209
B3B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
CN7
P-GND
L17
VFM UNIT CN
ELKT
DSW UNIT CN
D-GND
(4-D3)
24V
1000p
C145
CPFS1 CN
/VFMCNT
VFMOUT
POWER PWB CN
24V1(DSWS)
5V1(DSWS)
(4-D4)
/CPFS1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
B28B-PHDSS-B
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
CN3
(4-D3)
24V
L18
SBO-02SAN
(2-E2)
C6
22u 16V
POD UNIT CN
D-GND
1
2
3
4
5
CN12
(4-D2)
/CL
24V
B3B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
CN22
(1-B4)
C
DRST
C
04FE-BT-VK-N
1
2
3
4
CN25
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
CN20
AN-GND
(2-C2)
0.1u
D-GND
PPD2 CN
D-GND
C164
RTH-IN
LEDPPD2
PPD2
(2-A3)
(3-E4)
PPD1 CN
1000p
C374
LEDPPD1
PPD1
(2-A3)
(3-E4)
D-GND
LEDMHPS
(3-E3)
MHPS
(2-A4)
MHPS UNIT CN
P-GND
22000p
C166
B5B-PH-K-M
1
2
3
4
5
CN13
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
D
1000p
B3B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
CN27
D
B14B-PHDSS-B
C148
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
CN6
CSS2 CN
P-GND
PMRDY
D-GND
100J
R276
D-GND
(2-A1)
/VIDEO
(3-A3)
B3B-PH-K-R
1
2
3
CN14
1000p
C363
1000p
1000p
PPD3
PSH2
PSW2
CED2
/CPFS2
C147
(2-A3)
(2-A3)
(2-A3)
(2-A3)
(4-D3)
B3B-PH-K-K
1
2
3
CN1
CED1 CN
C138
D-GND
CED1
18FE-BT-VK-N
(2-A3)
(1-B4) PSW
(1-D1)
KIN2
(1-D1) KIN1
(4-A3) OP-CLK
(6-A3)
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
(4-A3)
D-GND
CL UNIT CN
5V
B5B-PH-K-R
P-GND
C149 C8
0.1u 100u 16V
LEDPOD
(3-E4)
POD
(2-A1)
D-GND
D11
1N4005
D25
1SS133
SELIN3O
3.3V (2-D4)
SELIN2O
MANUAL FEED CN
/MPFS
(4-D3)
LEDMFD
(3-E3)
MFD
(2-A4)
24V
0.1u
DAN202U
D24
1000p
C308
OPE PANEL CN
SELIN1O
(2-D4)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D2)
(4-D3)
C133
/BIASL
/BIASH
/TC
/PR
(2-D4)
5V
2
D-GND
12V
22u 35V
C1
L16
24V1
1
(4-D2)
/BIAS
P-GND (4-D2)
/MC
(4-D2)
/GRIDL
(1-B1)
FW
(4-E2)
HLOUT
0.1u 50V
C116
ELKT
24V
3
3
4
B
MCU 6 (CONNECTOR SECTION/POWER SECTION)
A
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
0.1u
C130
B18B-PHDSS-B
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
CN23
LSU UNIT CN
1000p
C129
24V
(1-E1)
(1-E3)
(1-E3)
24V
5V
D-GND
(3-A4)
(4-D2)
/RST
SDA
SCL
PMCLK-A
/PMD
S/H (6-A3)
/LDEN (4-D2)
/SYNC
(5-B4)
5V1(DSWS) (6-A1)
E
CHECKER CN
B6B-PH-K-R
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN29
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
13 – 7
1
2
3
4
24V
24V1
(3-E1)
(3-E2)
D-GND
(2-A1)
(2-A1)
(4-D4)
(4-D4)
(4-D4)
(4-D4)
SPMT-1
SPMT-2
SPID
SB4D
A
/DMT0
/DMT1
/DMT2
/DMT3
CP1
ICP-N38 (ROHM)
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
B24B-PHDSS-B
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
CN26
SPF UNIT CN
B05B-XASK-1
1
2
3
4
5
CN19
24Vdup
/SPUS
/SPFS
/SRRC
/SGS
SPMT-3
SPMT-0
SPPD
LEDSPPD
SDSW
(4-D3)
(4-A4)
(4-D3)
(4-D3)
(3-E1)
(3-E2)
(2-A1)
(3-E3)
(2-A2)
24V-mir
5V
MCU 7 (CONNECTOR SECTION 2)
A
(3-E2)
B
B
(2-E2)
(7-E2)
(1-D4)
(POFD)
/FRTS
/SCANST
R259
1KJ
R128
5V
20KJ
R264
10J
C
C
(2-A2)
18p
C141
PSW1
(1-E1)
(5-E2)
(5-E1)
(5-E1)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(7-E1)
(7-E1)
/F-RESET
/HSYNC
OUTD1
OUTD3
OUTD5
OUTD7
OUTD9
OUTD11
OUTD13
OUTD15
/PCLREQ
/PCLCS
/FAXREQ
/FAXCS
/PREADY
FTXD
B3B-PH-K-M
1
2
3
CN10
F-RESET
/HSYNC
OUTD1
OUTD3
OUTD5
OUTD7
OUTD9
OUTD11
OUTD13
OUTD15
/PCLREQ
/PCLCS
/FAXREQ
/FAXCS
/PREADY
FTXD
/FRTS
/SCLINE
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
D
TX25-60P-23ST-H1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
CN5
PCL/FAX CN
D
(7-D4)
(1-D1)
(1-D1)
/FCTS
(FRXD)
(/FRTS)
/POFF
OUTD0
OUTD2
OUTD4
OUTD6
OUTD8
OUTD10
OUTD12
OUTD14
/PCLPRD
/PCLACK
/FAXPRD
/FAXACK
/PRLINE
/FPAGE
/FREADY
/READY
FRXD
/FCTS
R111
10J
R110
10J
R112
10J
5V
5V
OUTD0
OUTD2
OUTD4
OUTD6
OUTD8
OUTD10
OUTD12
OUTD14
/PCLPRD
/PCLACK
/FAXPRD
/FAXACK
FRXD
/FCTS
/PAGE
/FREADY
0.1u
/FREADY
E
5V
5V
5V
5V
18p
C108
20KJ
R113
5V
18p
C110
20KJ
R115
18p
C113
(1-D2)
(1-D1)
18p
C111
20KJ
R109
10J
R108
10J
18p
C109
20KJ
(FTXD)
(7-C4)
/PREADY
(7-E4)
R116
(/FCTS)
(7-E4)
FRXD
(7-C4)
R118
18p
C112
20KJ
R117
18p
L1
3.3V
0.1u
C137
C2
SBO-02SAN
5V
(7-C4)
FTXD
(2-E2)
(/PREADY)
(2-E3)
(/FREADY)
(2-E2)
(/PAGE)
0.1u 47u 16V
C117
20KJ
C114
12V
0.1u
C135
(1-C1)
SBO-02SAN
R114
R107
10J
R106
10J
47u 16V
C5
L3
(1-D2)
(5-A3)
0.1u
C134
/POFF
/READY
/PRSTART
SBO-02SAN
10J
10J
10J
20KJ
/FRTS
L2
C119
/PAGE
47u 25V
C3
(7-C4,7-D4)
0.1u
C118
18p
R132
18p
18p
C143
C142
C140
R131
R130
R119
(5-E1)
(5-E1)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(5-E2)
(7-E1)
(7-D1)
(7-E2)
(7-E2)
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
A
0.1u
C366
10u 25V
10u 25V
0.1u
C386
47u 16V
C17
5.1KJ
R286
/SH
0.1u
C364
/f1
/f2
3.3V
13 – 8
(5-A3)
(1-B1)
(5-A3)
(5-A3)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D2)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(5-D3)
(2-D3)
0.1u
USB-IN
/USB-EN
USB-ON
/1284-EN
PARAAD0
PARAAD1
PARAAD2
PARAAD3
PARAAD4
PARAAD5
PARAAD6
PARAAD7
/REV
INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
/ACK
BUSY
PE
/FAULT
SLCT
/GDI-IN
5V
GDI/USB CN
C378
0.1u
CCDLO
CCDHI
C377
(3-C3)
(3-C4)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
31FT-BT-VK-N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
CN15
FF4-32-S15D3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
CN30
B
D-GND
TCS
(2-A4)
(2-A4) DVSEL
24V
24V
(2-A4)
TCS
(2-A4)
DVSEL
B4B-PH-K-R
1
2
3
4
CN17
2
4
6
8
10
D-GND
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-D1)
(5-D1)
B10-PHDSS-B
1
3
5
7
9
CN17
DV UNIT CN
5V
52340-0401
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CN16
GDI MEMORY CN
MDATA0
MDATA1
MDATA2
MDATA3
MDATA4
MDATA5
MDATA6
MDATA7
MDATA8
MDATA9
MDATA10
MDATA11
MDATA12
MDATA13
MDATA14
MDATA15
/OE
/WE
5V
D109
DA204K
C
R305
R304
3.3V
300J
300J
SDA
SCL
(1-E3)
(1-E3)
(5-C1)
MAD0
(5-C1)
MAD1
(5-C1)
MAD2
(5-C1)
MAD3
(5-C1)
MAD4
(5-C1)
MAD5
(5-C1)
MAD6
(5-C1)
MAD7
(5-C1)
MAD8
(5-C1)
MAD9
(5-C1)
MAD10
(5-C1)
MAD11
(5-C1)
/CAS0
(5-C1)
/CAS1
(5-C1)
/RAS0
(5-C1)
/RAS1
(5-C1)
/RAS2
(2-D3)
/MEMORY-IN
C
D110
DA204K
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
2
1
0.1u
0.1u
C19
C18
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
CCDD7
CCDD6
CCDD5
CCDD4
CCDD3
CCDD2
CCDD1
CCDD0
2
2
C365
C376
12V
RS
SP
CP
BCLK
(5-B4)
(5-B4)
(5-B4)
(5-B4)
(5-B4)
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
1
AN-GND
A5V
5V
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
(5-C4)
CCD PWB CN
B
1
3
4
MCU 8 (CONNECTOR SECTION 3)
A
D
D
E
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
2
AR-F152
13 – 9
AR-F152
13 – 10
AR-F152
13 – 11
AR-F152
13 – 12
AR-F152
13 – 13
AR-F152
13 – 14
AR-F152
13 – 15
AR-F152
13 – 16
AR-F152
13 – 17
AR-F152
13 – 18
13 – 19
IC703
NJM431U
1
21
R755
N,M
A
C713
N,M
C719
N,M
0.1u
C714
0.1u
C701
0.1u
C716
C702
22U/16V
C715
0.1u
+
C703
+
C704
0.1u
22U/16V
5V
D706
DAP202U
D704
DAN202U
KEYSEN1
KEYSEN2
KEYSEN3
KEYSEN4
KEYSEN5
KEYSEN6
KEYCOM1
KEYCOM2
KEYCOM3
KEYCOM4
KEYCOM5
KEYCOM6
KEYCOM7
KEYCOM8
KEYCOM9
KEYSEN1
KEYSEN2
KEYSEN3
KEYSEN4
KEYSEN5
KEYSEN6
20KJ
20KJ
20KJ
20KJ
R740
R741
R742
20KJ
R736
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
10KJ
B
20KJ
N,M
R751
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
N,M
5V
20KJ
R703
20KJ
R711
20KJ
R712
20KJ
20KJ
R714
20KJ
20KJ
R713
R706
R705
C718
0.1u
20KJ
R704
R737
20KJ
C708
N,M
DTA143EKA
Q701
20KJ
R710
20KJ
20kJ
R709
R702
5V
R701
R754
R708
R707
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
1KJ
C706 C707
470pF 470pF
R735
R734
D707
C705
DAP202U 470pF
D705
DAN202U
R725
R726
R727
R728
R729
R730
R716
R717
R718
R719
R720
R721
R722
R723
R724
B
20KJ
R715
LED1
LED2
LCDRS
LCDRW
LCDB4
LCDB5
LCDB6
LCDB7
1MJ
C
C709
30P
N,M
4.00MHz
Y701
R739
KEYCOM1
KEYCOM2
KEYCOM3
C
C710
N,M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
IC701
0.1u
C711
HD404344
R10
R11
R12
R13
R20
R21
R22
R23
OSC1
OSC2
GND
R30
R31
R32
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
R03
SO
SI
/SCK
/RESET
TEST
VCC
R33
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
S702
S712
S708
S701
S711
S710
S706
S707
S709
S740
S705
S739
5V
KEYCOM4
KEYCOM5
KEYCOM6
KEYCOM7
LED3
KEYCOM8
KEYCOM9
LCDE
S0D
SID
SCK
/PANEL RESET
S703
S716
S715
S714
S713
S741
D
D
S704
S718
S717
S742
C712
0.1u
5.2V
S722
S721
S720
S719
S743
C717
0.1u
LED2
LED1
2
VR701
10KJ
R752
2KJ
R749
20KJ
390J
5V
R746
390J
R748
20KJ
D703
R750
100J
LED3
390J
R747
S730
S726
D702
S729
S725
D701
S734
S728
S724
5V
S733
S727
S723
E
LCDB4
LCDB5
LCDB6
LCDB7
LCDRS
LCDRW
LCDE
S732
S731
S745
S746
E
S744
R745
1
F-GND
J746
Jumper
VCC
SOD
SID
SCK
/PANEL RESET
D-GND
D-GND
R733
2.4kF
2.7kF
R732
A12V
5.2V
2
CN701-9
CN701-2
CN701-3
CN701-4
CN701-5
CN701-6
CN701-7
CN701-8
CN701-1
R731
510J 0.5W
3
1
2
3
4
FAX LCD PWB (AR-F152 Only)
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
C-LCD
RS
R/W
E
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
VSS
VDD
VIN
VS
GND
IC702
S738
S737
S736
S735
S747
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
3
13 – 20
R19
223J
R18
104J
R17
104J
A
R21
333J
C17
2
R24
102K
HA17431
TL431
L5431
IC1
PC817
101J(1/4W Fuse)
PC2
R108
203J
R102
273J
Q105
C1213A
C2785
R101
472J
B
HSS81
1SS244
R10
153J
472K
C14
R12
153J
R11
223J
ZD2
RD20
RD39ESAB1
7
6
5
D102
C
8,9,10
R129
124J
R103
330J(Fuse)
D104
ERA92-02
223K
C110
C104
470uF/35V(ZL)
HSS81
1SS244
122J
R130
PC817
PC1-1
220uF/25V
C103
333J
R115
TL431
L5431
Q103
472J
R116
C105
1000uF/35V
R132
223J
1001F
R136
R133
5101F
C115
104K
100J(Fuse)
R119
561J
R118
561J
R117
R104
100J(Fuse)
L101
6.8uH
Z0400
C1213A
C2785
R131
331J
IC101
IC103
HA17431
PQ12RF1
PQ12RF11
1SS270A
(Option)
D105
D107
R134
393J
R121
123J
1SS270A
R137
472J
472J
R120
R122
472J
C112
104K
A673
A1175
Q102
VR101
5K-ohm
C111
104K
R105
221J
B1136
A1451
Q101
D
TL494
IR9494
IR3M02
IC104
C113
471K
R124
104J
R123
472J
471K
C114
R125
YG802C04
FMB-24L
D106
Z0484
160uH
L102
15
D4
C12
103K
ZD3
11
C102
470uF/35V(ZL)
12
-I2
R20
103J
104K
C1213A
C2785
Q2
PC817
PC1-2
331J(2W)
R9
C19
2.2uF/50V
4
12,13,14
D103
YG902C2R
D92M-02
DTCon
PC3
S21ME5Y
C13
R8
563J
R16
104J
R4
104J-474J
2
BEADS
BJ101
823J
R109
392J
R106
101J
11
D101
1SS270A
680uF/200V
ZD1
RD16
HZS15-3
4R7J(Fuse)
R15
D3
ERA22-06
R3
104J-474J
T1
Z0651
1
Vcc
C16 104K
RY1-1
C9
103K/250V
C18
1SS270A
(Option)
D5
8
C2
R23
121J(1/4W Fuse)
C10
R2
R13
102J
R6
330-271J(Fuse)
100uF/35V
(Option)
R5
101-271J
5 CT
SDT-SS-124DM
R7
220J(2W)
C11
471K/1kV
Q1
K2257
K2755
K2879
R25 3R3-150J
(5W)
104J(1/2W)
TM541
BCR5PM-10
CR6PM-10
TF541
3 FBack
R01J
103J
R126
R107
1
R22
C7
472K/AC250V(Y)
D5SBA60
DB1
SCR1
6 RT
C1
121J(1/2W Fuse)
TRC1
TM1641P
L5
Z0202
222K/AC250V(Y)
C6
C8
104K/AC250V(X)
14 RefOut
16
+I1
C15
104K/AC250V(X)
D2
C5
222K/AC250V(Y)
D
2 -I1
+I2
1
4
3
2
1
1N4005
Z0202
L4
D1
1N4005
C
7 GND
9 E1
10 E2
13 OC
2
SDT-SS-124DM
B04P-XL
ENC471-10D
ZR1
1
SDDJE-3
R1
684J
F3
5A/125V
4
SW1-2
C4
224K/AC250V(X)
3
CN3
RY1-2
SW1-1
SDDJE-3
1
FG
F1
15A/125V
2
4
N
L
AC-P07
3
3
4
B
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (LOW VOLTAGE BLOCK)
A
470J
R127
R112
R33J(5W)
PQ3RD23
IC102
1N4005
(Option)
D108
R111
2200uF/10V
100uF/16V
C106
C109
C108
33uF/25V
TF321
CR3PM-8
SCR101
2401D
E
R114
181J
R113
2101D
R110
C107
1uF/50V
330J
ZD101
RD30
E
9
11
12
16
15
4
3
1
8
7
6
5
2
14
13
FW
HL
/PR
GND
+3.3V
+5V
+12V
+24V
B16B-PHDSS-B
CN1
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
4
1
13 – 21
PPD1
CED1
D-GND
CPFS1
RRS
TM
LSU
24V
24V
/MM
MMLD
GND
GND
1
2
5
6
7
8
1
2
Motor
Mirror
CL
SINGLE BYPASS VERSION ONLY
MFD
MPFS
MULTI BYPASS VERSION ONLY
CED1
MM
VFM
RTH
PPD2
POD
H
DSW
BR
GY
PM
C
N
Y
S
6
1
3
2
5
4
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
5V1(DSWS)
D-GND
/VIDEO
S/H
D-GND
/LDEN
/H SYNC
D-GND
PMCLK-A
PMRDY
/PMD
P-GND
24V
BL
PK
PL
GY
RD
OR
GY
PL
PK
GY
LB
PK
GY
PK
BL
GY
1
2
1
2
DSW
RTH
AN-GND
1
2
3
1 LEDPPD2
2 PPD2
3 D-GND
PL
GY
PK
BL
GY
ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 1/5
CN13
LEDPPD2
PPD2
D-GND
RTH-IN
AN-GND
CN22
LEDPOD
POD
D-GND
CN23
5V1(DSWS)
D-GND
/VIDEO
S/H
D-GND
/LDEN
LASERCNT
/H SYNC
D-GND
D-GND
P-GND
PMCLK-A
PMRDY
/PMD
P-GND
24V
CN18
24V1
24V1
/MM
MMLD
P-GND
P-GND
RD
RD
OR
OR
CN12
24V
/MPFS
LEDMFD
MFD
D-GND
CN25
P-GND
P-GND
/CL
24V
CN28
24V
MRMT-3
MRMT-2
MRMT-1
MRMT-0
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
CN4
1 24V
2 24V1(DSWS)
3 5V1(DSWS)
4 5V
1
2
3
4
5
CN14
1 LEDPPD1
2 PPD1
3 D-GND
PK
PL
GY
PK
BL
GY
CN1
1 CED1
2 D-GND
CN7
1 24V
2 /CPFS1
CN11
1 24V
2 /RRS
CN9
1 TMa-O
2 TMb-O
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
5
6
7
8
CN21
1 VFM
3 /VFMCNT
4 P-GND
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
BR
GY
BL
PK
PL
GY
RD
PK
GY
OR
GY
PL
PK
GY
LB
PK
BL
GY
PL
GY
PK
LB
GY
MCU PWB
A
A
CN3
24V1
BIAS
/MC
/TC
GRIDL
P-GND
P-GND
24V
24V
/PSOFF
FW
/PR
HLOUT
3.3V
12V
3.3V
5V
5V
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
5V
SDA
SCL
D-GND
24V
TCS
DVS
D-GND
1
9
11
14
13
5
6
7
8
12
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CN30
D-GND
AN-GND
CCDHI
CCDLO
A5V
5V
12V
D-GND
F1
D-GND
F2
D-GND
/SH
D-GND
RS
D-GND
SP
D-GND
CP
D-GND
BCLK
D-GND
CCD-D0
CCD-D1
CCD-D2
CCD-D3
CCD-D4
CCD-D5
CCD-D6
CCD-D7
D-GND
D-GND
CN17
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
16
18
CN27
LEDMHPS
MHPS
D-GND
CN20
D-GND
DRST
5V1
PSW
KIN2
KIN1
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
SELIN10
SELIN20
SELIN30
D-GND
RD
LB
PL
BR
PK
GY
GY
RD
RD
BL
PL
LB
PL
YE
PK
YE
OR
OR
GY
GY
GY
RD
PL
BR
GY
RD
PK
BR
GY
GY
GY
RD
RD
BL
PL
LB
PL
YE
PK
YE
OR
OR
GY
GY
GY
RD
LB
PL
BR
PK
RD
GY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
15
16
13
14
10
9
12
11
7
2
8
5
6
1
3
4
5
4
1
2
3
PWB
CCD
24V
TCS
DVS
D-GND
BIAS
CN1
P-GND
P-GND
24V
24V
/PSOFF
FW
/PR
HLOUT
3.3V
12V
3.3V
5V
5V
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
CN6
24V1
BIAS
/MC
/TC
GRIDL
CN10
BIAS
F-GND
1
2
6
5
8
CN301
D-GND
AN-GND
CCDHI
CCDLO
A5V
5V
12V
D-GND
F1
D-GND
F2
D-GND
/SH
D-GND
RS
D-GND
SP
D-GND
CP
D-GND
BCLK
D-GND
CCD-D0
CCD-D1
CCD-D2
CCD-D3
CCD-D4
CCD-D5
CCD-D6
CCD-D7
D-GND
D-GND
PWB
SUPPLY
POWER
1
2
6
5
8
1
2
3
4
CN11
TCS
CN3
HLL
HLN
PWB
SUPPLY
POWER
CN901
D-GND
DRST
5V
PSW
KIN2
KIN1
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
SELIN10
SELIN20
SELIN30
D-GND
N
GND
L
CN3
HLL
HLN
BC
TC
GRID
MCFB
MC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
16
18
1
4
BK
WH
INLET
BK
WH
RD
WH
WH
RD
RD
DV un
2
3
PWB
OP
1
3
100V EX ONLY
1
2
200V EX ONLY
HLL
HLN
1 HLL
2 HLN
1
2
CN902
DRST
D-GND
BK
BK
1
2
1
2
MHPS
DRST
D-GND
HL
THERMOSTAT
HL
THERMOSTAT
WH
WH
BR
GY
DRST
1
AR-F152
1
13 – 22
PWB
MEMORY
GDI
GDI VERSION ONLY
Option
3.3V
MDATA0
MDATA1
MDATA2
MDATA3
MDATA4
MDATA5
MDATA6
MDATA7
MDATA8
MDATA9
MDATA10
MDATA11
MDATA12
MDATA13
MDATA14
MDATA15
/OE
/WE
D-GND
3.3V
MAD0
MAD1
MAD2
MAD3
MAD4
MAD5
MAD6
MAD7
MAD8
MAD9
MAD10
MAD11
/CAS0
/CAS1
/RAS0
/RAS1
/RAS2
/MEMORY
D-GND
CN701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1 3.3V
2 MDATA0
3 MDATA1
4 MDATA2
5 MDATA3
6 MDATA4
7 MDATA5
8 MDATA6
9 MDATA7
10 MDATA8
11 MDATA9
12 MDATA10
13 MDATA11
14 MDATA12
15 MDATA13
16 MDATA14
17 MDATA15
18 /OE
19 /WE
20 D-GND
21 3.3V
22 MAD0
23 MAD1
24 MAD2
25 MAD3
26 MAD4
27 MAD5
28 MAD6
29 MAD7
30 MAD8
31 MAD9
32 MAD10
33 MAD11
34 /CAS0
35 /CAS1
36 /RAS0
37 /RAS1
38 /RAS2
39 /MEMORY
40 D-GND
CN16
PWB
MCU
ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 2/5
CN15
CN10
PSW1
D-GND
5V
5V
5V
PARAAD0
PARAAD1
PARAAD2
PARAAD3
PARAAD4
PARAAD5
PARAAD6
PARAAD7
/REV
/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
/ACK
BUSY
PE
/FAULT
SLCT
/GDI-IN
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
USB-IN
/USB-EN
USB-ON
/1284-EN
3.3V
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
PL
GY
A
PL
GY
A
5V
5V
5V
PARAAD0
PARAAD1
PARAAD2
PARAAD3
PARAAD4
PARAAD5
PARAAD6
PARAAD7
/REV
/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
/ACK
BUSY
PE
/FAULT
SLCT
/GDI-IN
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
USB-IN
/USB-EN
USB-ON
/1284-EN
3.3V
CN502
1 PSW1
2 D-GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
PSW1
CN501
/ERROR
/INIT
/SLCT IN
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
/AUTO FD XT
/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT
Data Bit 7
Data Bit 6
Data Bit 5
Data Bit 4
Data Bit 3
Data Bit 2
Data Bit 1
Data Bit 0
/STROBE
GDI/USB VERSION ONLY
GDI/USB PWB
Option
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
32
31
36
33
19
21
23
25
27
29
30
Computer
Personal
1
AR-F152
13 – 23
1
2
A
2CS UN
CED2
PSW2
PPD3
3
2
1
OR
BR
GY
B
2
1
BL
RD
BL
RD
OR
BR
GY
BR
GY
BR
GY
GY
14
13
11
8
7
6
4
2
1
9
/CPFS2
24V
5V
PPD3
D-GND
PSW2
D-GND
CED2
D-GND
FG
BL
1
RD
2
OR
4
BR
7
GY
8
BR
9
GY
11
BR
13
GY
14
GY
6
FG
C
BL
RD
OR
BR
GY
BR
GY
BR
GY
1
2
4
7
8
11
12
13
14
CN6
/CPFS2
24V
5V
PPD3
D-GND
PSW2
D-GND
CED2
D-GND
MCU PWB
D
E
E
CED2
D-GND
PSW2
D-GND
5V
PPD3
D-GND
1
2
1
2
BR
GY
BR
GY
FG
1
2
3
/CPFS2
24V
D
3
2
1
C
4
CPFS2
B
4
ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 3/5
A
AR-F152
13 – 24
1
2
3
4
2
3
1
A
LEDSDOD
SDOD
D-GND
CN31
MCU PWB
3
D-GND
SDSW
6
SPID
5
SB4D
7
5V
8
24V
11
/SPUS
12
1
D-GND
SPPD
2
4 LEDSPPD
19
SPMT-1
20
SPMT-3
21
SPMT-2
22
SPMT-0
23
24Vmir
24
24Vmir
CN26
BL
GY
PK
GY
PL
BL
LB
OR
RD
BR
GY
BR
PK
PL
PK
BL
BR
RD
RD
FG
ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 4/5
A
SDOD
B
FAX SPF UN
B
FG
C
C
RD
BR
GY
PL
BL
LB
OR
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
24V
/SPUS
D-GND
SDSW
SPID
SB4D
5V
1
2
5
4
3
2
1
BL
BL
GY
PL
BL
LB
OR
D
D
PL
PK
BL
BR
RD
RD
GY
BR
PK
3
1
6
4
2
5
2
3
1
5
4
3
2
1
SPMT-1(B)
SPMT-3(/B)
SPMT-2(/A)
SPMT-0(A)
24Vmir
24Vmir
SPPD
SPUS
D-GND
SDSW
SPID
SB4D
5V
SPMT
PAPER FEED UNIT
Senser PWB
E
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
13 – 25
1
2
3
4
A
MCU
PWB
ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 5/5
A
CN5
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
/PRLINE
/FPAGE
/FREADY
/READY
FRXD
/FCTS
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
/POFF
OUTD0
OUTD2
OUTD4
OUTD6
OUTD8
OUTD10
OUTD12
OUTD14
/PCLPRD
/PCLACK
/FAXPRD
/FAXACK
12V
5V
3.3V
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
F-RESET
/HSYNK
OUTD1
OUTD3
OUTD5
OUTD7
OUTD9
OUTD11
OUTD13
OUTD15
/PCLREQ
/PCLCS
/FAXREQ
/FAXCS
D-GND
5V
3.3V
D-GND
D-GND
/SCLINE
D-GND
/PREADY
FTXD
/FRTS
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
1
2
3
4
5
CN601
B
D-GND
D-GND
/SCLINE
D-GND
NC
6 FTXD
7 /FRTS
8 D-GND
9 D-GND
10 D-GND
11 D-GND
12 /RESET
13 /HSYNK
14 OUTD1
15 OUTD3
16 OUTD5
17 OUTD7
18 OUTD9
19 OUTD11
20 OUTD13
21 OUTD15
22 NC
23 NC
24 /SCDSET
25 /SCDBCS
26 D-GND
27 5V
28 3.3V
29 D-GND
30 D-GND
31 D-GND
32 D-GND
33 /PRLINE
34 /FPAGE
35 D-GND
36 /READY
37 FRXD
38 /FCTS
39 D-GND
40 D-GND
41 D-GND
42 D-GND
43 /PWOFF
44 OUTD0
45 OUTD2
46 OUTD4
47 OUTD6
48 OUTD8
49 OUTD10
50 OUTD12
51 OUTD14
52 NC
53 NC
54 /FAXPRD
55 /SCDACK
12V
56
5V
57
3.3V
58
59
D-GND
60
D-GND
1
2
3
4
5
B
FAX
PWB
A12V
A12V
VCC
VCC
-A12V
-A12V
-5V
H VOL0
H VOL1
H VOL2
HS OFFHK
HS EN
ASIG
ASIGN
D-GND
D-GND
C
CN503
A12V
VCC
SOD
SID
SCK
RESET
D-GND
D-GND
BZ1
BZ2
CN501
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
10
7
8
PK
OR
BL
PL
LB
BR
GY
GY
BL
BL
BL
BL
PK
OR
BL
PL
LB
BR
GY
GY
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BZ1
BZ2
A12V
VCC
SOD
SID
SCK
RESET
D-GND
D-GND
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BL
BL
PK
OR
BL
PL
LB
BR
GY
GY
PK
OR
BL
PL
LB
BR
GY
GY
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
D
FAX-OP PWB
SPEAKER
F-GND
A12V
5V
SOD
SID
SCK
RESET
D-GND
D-GND
CN701
FG
FAX-SPF UN
D
E
E
1
2
3
4
AR-F152
AR-F152
CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT
(Danish)
ADVARSEL !
Lithiumbatteri – Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
(English)
Caution !
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer’s instructions.
(Finnish)
VAROITUS
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
(French)
ATTENTION
Il y a danger d’explosion s’ il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du
même type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par
le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
(Swedish)
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent
typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.
(German)
Achtung
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien.
Als Ersatzbatterien dürfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder
vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden.
Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen.
AR-F152
COPYRIGHT © 2000 BY SHARP CORPORATION
All rights reserved.
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stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted,
in any form or by any means,
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2000 December Printed in Japan N