Sharp M450 U Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
CODE: 00ZMXM450/S1E
LASER PRINTER
MODEL
MX-M350/M450 U
MX-M350/M450 N
CONTENTS
[1] GENERAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
[2] CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
[3] SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
[4] CONSUMABLE PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
[5] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
[6] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
[7] MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
[8] ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
[9] SIMULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
[10] MACHINE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
[11] TROUBLE CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
[12] ROM VERSION-UP METHOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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.
CAUTION
Cautions on laser
785 nm
Wave length
+10 nm
−15 nm
North America:
35 cpm model: (6.2 µs ± 6.2 ns)/7 mm
45 cpm model: (4.8 µs ± 4.8 ns)/7 mm
Europe:
35 cpm model: (6.2 µs ± 6.2 ns)/7 mm
45 cpm model: (4.8 µs ± 4.8 ns)/7 mm
Pulse times
Output power
0.2 mW - 0.4 mW
At the production line, the output power of the scanner unit
is adjusted to 0.4 MILLIWATT PLUS 8 % and is maintained
constant by the operation of the Automatic Power Control (APC).
Caution
This product contains a low power laser device. To ensure
safety do not remove any cover or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to qualified
personnel.
For North America:
For Europe:
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This Digital Equipment is rated Class 1 and complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 of the
CDRH standards. This means that the equipment does not produce hazardous laser radiation. For
your safety, observe the precautions below.
LASER KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
●
Do not remove the cabinet, operation panel or any other covers.
●
The equipment's exterior covers contain several safety interlock switches. Do not bypass any
safety interlock by inserting wedges or other items into switch slots.
Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN INTERLOCKS
DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE
TO BEAM.
VORSICHT
UNSICHTBARE
LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN
ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET UND
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG
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TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1
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LASERSÄTEILYLLE.
CAUTION
VORSICHT
ADVARSEL
ADVERSEL
VARNING
VARO!
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
Laserstrahl
UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET UND
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERERÜCKT. NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING VED ÅBNING, NÅR SIKKERHEDSAFBRYDERE ER
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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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AVATTAESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS OHITETTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NÄKYMÄTÖNTÄ
LASERSÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KATSO SÄTEESEEN.
LASER KLASSE 1
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CONTENTS
[1]
GENERAL
[5]
Different points of MX-M350N/350U series
from AR-M355/M455 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
1.
2.
Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
2.
Note for servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
3.
Operation panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
4.
Job status screen
(common to print, scan, fax and Internet fax) . . . . . . 5-4
5.
BASE SCREEN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
A. Cautions for servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
[2]
EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES
1.
CONFIGURATION
1.
System configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
A. Condition settings screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
A. Basic system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
B. Address book screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
B. Option lineup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
6.
C. List of combination of peripheral devices . . . . . . .2-4
[3]
B. Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
Basic Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
7.
A. Base Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
B. Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
C. Output Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
8.
Specific Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
B. Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
B. Image send function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
9.
C. Copy function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7
[4]
B/W Scanner Module (DSPF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-8
4.
Rack for Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9
CONSUMABLE PARTS
1.
Supply system table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
A. USA/Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
B. European Subsidiary/East Europe/Russia/
Australia/New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
2.
2.
Motor, Clutch, Solenoid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
A. Scanner unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
B. Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
[6]
UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
1.
Installing procedure flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
2.
Note for installation place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
3.
Unpacking procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
4.
Unpacking and installation of the desk unit . . . . . . . . 6-3
C. Taiwan (Aurora). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
A. AR-D28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
D. Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
B. AR-D27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
E. Middle East/Africa/Israel/Philippines . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
C. AR-MU2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
F. Hong Kong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
5.
Unpacking and installation of the rack (AR-RK2) . . . 6-9
G. China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
6.
Machine installing procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Maintenance parts list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
A. Setting related to process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
A. USA/Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
B. Toner cartridge settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
B. Europe/Australia/New Zealand/Taiwan . . . . . . . . .4-2
C. Setting related to fusing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
C. Agency/Asia/Middle East/Africa/
Latin America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
D. Paper setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
7.
Unpacking and installation of the MX-EFX1 . . . . . . 6-11
D. Hong Kong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
8.
Automatic developer adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
E. China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4
9.
Print test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Production number identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
10. Distortion adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
A. Drum cartridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
11. Attach the document scanning label . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
B. Toner cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
12. Adjuster installation and adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
C. Developer cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
3.
PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
A. Scanner unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
A. Printer Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
3.
Switch, Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
A. Scanner unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
B. Document Feeding Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
2.
Cross sectional view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
A. Scanner unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
SPECIFICATIONS
1.
Exterior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
A. Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
B. Storage conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
13. Using the transport handle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
[7]
MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION
[9]
SIMULATION
[Maintenance System Table] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
1.
Outline and purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
1.
Engine section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
2.
Code-type simulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
2.
Scanner / DSPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
A. Operating procedures and operations . . . . . . . . . 9-1
3.
Peripheral devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3
B. Simulation list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3
[DETAILS OF EACH SECTION] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
C. Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-7
1.
Process section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
[OPC drum section] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6
[Transfer section] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-11
3.
Other related items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-86
[10] MACHINE OPERATION
1.
Acceptable originals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
[Developing section] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-16
A. Size and weight of acceptable originals . . . . . . . 10-1
2.
Fusing section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-21
3.
Paper feed section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-26
B. Total number of originals that can be set in the
document feeder tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
4.
Transport section/Paper exit reverse section . . . . . .7-33
2.
Standard original placement orientations . . . . . . . . 10-1
5.
Laser scanner section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-43
3.
6.
Scanner section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-46
Automatic copy image rotation rotation copying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
7.
DSPF section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-54
4.
Specifications of paper trays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
8.
Operation panel section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-62
9.
Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-67
10. Drive section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-68
A. Applicable plain paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
B. Applicable special paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
5.
A. Fusing unit pressure adjusting levers . . . . . . . . 10-3
11. Power section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-70
12. PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-73
Printing onto envelopes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
6.
Printer setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
A. System settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
13. Fan motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-75
B. Printer software, firmware diagram . . . . . . . . . . 10-5
[8]
ADJUSTMENTS
1.
A. Doctor gap adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1
B. MG roller main pole position adjustment . . . . . . . .8-1
C. High voltage output adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-2
2.
Image check, adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
A. Adjustments on the engine side . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
B. Adjustment on the scanner side . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-6
3.
C. Configuration report (Test page) . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6
Process section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1
Scanner section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
[11] TROUBLE CODES
1.
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
2.
Trouble codes list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
3.
Details of trouble codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-3
4.
Other related items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
[12] ROM VERSION-UP
1.
A. Version-up target ROM's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
A. OC scan distortion adjustment
(MB-B rail height adjustment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
B. Vertical image distortion balance adjustment
(Copy lamp unit installing position
adjustment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
C. Vertical image distortion balance adjustment
(No. 2/3 mirror base unit installing and
position adjustment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
D. Vertical (sub scanning direction) distortion
adjustment [Winding pulley position
adjustment] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
B. ROM version-up is required in the
following cases: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
2.
G. Original size detection photo sensor
adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
A. Relationship between each ROM and
version-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
3.
Necessary items for Flash ROM version-up . . . . . . 12-1
4.
Flash ROM version-up method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
A. Version-up procedure 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
B. Version-up procedure 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2
E. Height adjustment of original detection
light emitting unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12
F. Original size detection photo sensor check . . . . .8-12
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
C. Version-up procedure 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-3
D. Countermeasures against “Result: NG” . . . . . . . 12-4
5.
Turning OFF the power during the version-up
procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
6.
Version-up procedure flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
H. Image density adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13
I. DSPF width detection adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . .8-17
[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION
1.
Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
2.
Actual wiring chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-2
3.
Signal name list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-13
A. System block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
[1] GENERAL
1. Different points of MX-M350N/350U
series from AR-M355/M455
8) Do not print anything which is prohibited from printing by law.
The following items are normally prohibited from printing by
national law. Other items may be prohibited by local law.
• Money
• Stamps
• Adopted new operation panel with 8.9 inch LCD
• Bonds
• Addition of a blue screw to DV unit.
• Stocks
• Added firmware version-up using USB device by Sim 49-1.
• Bank drafts
• Eliminated parallel port
• Checks
• Passports
2. Note for servicing
• Driver's licenses
9) Do not throw toner or a toner cartridge into fire. Toner may be
spattered, causing a burn.
Pictogram
This Service Manual uses some pictographs to assure safe operation.
10) Store toner or toner cartridges in a hard-to-reach place for
children.
Please understand the meanings of pictographs before servicing.
CAUTION: If this CAUTION should be ignored, an injury or a
damage to properties could result.
A. Cautions for servicing
1) Do not touch the photoconductive drum. Scratches or
smudges on the drum will cause dirty printouts.
2) The fusing unit is extremely hot. Exercise care in this area.
Fusing unit
3) Do not look directly at the light source of the scanner module.
Doing so may damage your eyes.
4) Five adjusters are provided on all optional stand/paper drawer
units. These adjusters should be lowered until they contact the
floor.
Adjuster
Lock
Release
5) Do not make any modifications to this machine. Doing so may
result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
6) Since this machine is heavy, it is recommended that it be
moved by more than one person to prevent injury.
7) When connecting this machine to a computer, be sure to first
turn both the computer and the machine off.
MX-M350/M450 N/U GENERAL 1 - 1
[2] CONFIGURATION
1. System configuration
A. Basic system
MX-M350N/M450N
(Copier/Network printer model)
MX-M350U/M450U
(Copier/Printer model)
Necessary options
• Any one of the stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer (AR-D28), the stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27), or the multi purpose
drawer (AR-MU2)*
• Any one of the upper exit tray extension (AR-TE4), the finisher (AR-FN6), the mail-bin stacker (AR-MS1), the saddle stitch finisher (ARFN7), or the right upper exit tray (AR-TE5)
• Scanner module with DSPF (MX-EFX1)
• Scanner rack (AR-RK2)
• MX-M450U/M450N: Any one of the duplex module/bypass tray (AR-DU4), or the duplex module (AR-DU3)
* To install the AR-MU2, the exclusive-use desk is required.
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONFIGURATION 2 - 1
B. Option lineup
For combinations of options, refer to "C. List of combination of peripheral devices" described later.
(1) Major options
7. Finisher
(AR-FN6)
10. Exit tray
(AR-TE3 (The AR-DU4 is a standard provision. ))
11. Duplex
module/bypass tray
(AR-DU4)
1. Scanner module with DSPF
(MX-EFX1)
8. Right upper exit
tray (AR-TE5)
6. Upper exit tray
(AR-TE4)
12. Duplex module
(AR-DU3)
9. Mail-bin stacker
(AR-MS1)
13. Saddle stitch
finisher
(AR-FN7)
2. Scanner rack
(AR-RK2)
15. Fax expansion kit
(AR-FX12)
14. Punch module
(AR-PN1 A/B/C/D)
5. Multi purpose drawer
(AR-MU2)
3. Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet
paper drawer
(AR-D28)
4. Stand/3 x 500 sheet
paper drawer
(AR-D27)
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONFIGURATION 2 - 2
No.
1
2
3
4
Option item
Scanner module with DSPF
Scanner rack
Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer
Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer
MX-EFX1
AR-RK2
AR-D28
AR-D27
Installing conditions
5
6
Multi purpose drawer
Upper exit tray
AR-MU2
AR-TE4
7
Finisher
AR-FN6
8
Right upper exit tray
AR-TE5
9
Mail-bin stacker
AR-MS1
10
Exit tray
AR-TE3
11
12
Duplex module/bypass tray
Duplex module
AR-DU4
AR-DU3
13
Saddle stitch finisher
AR-FN7
14
15
Punch module
Fax expansion kit
AR-PN1 A/B/C/D
AR-FX12
• Simultaneous installation with the large capacity paper feed
desk (AR-D28) or the 3-stage paper feed desk (AR-D27) is
inhibited.
• Required when the finisher (AR-FN6) or the mail-bin stacker
(AR-MS1) is not installed.
• Simultaneous installation with the saddle finisher (AR-FN7) is
inhibited.
• Any one of the multi paper drawer (AR-MU2), the stand/3 x
500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27), or the stand/MPD & 2000
sheet paper drawer (AR-D28) is required.
• Simultaneous installation with the mail-bin stacker (AR-MS1)
or the finisher (AR-FN6) is inhibited.
• Any one of the multi paper drawer (AR-MU2), the stand/3 x
500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27), or the stand/MPD & 2000
sheet paper drawer (AR-D28) is required.
• Required when the duplex module (AR-DU3) is installed and
the saddle stitch finisher (AR-FN7) is not installed.
• Any one of the multi purpose drawer (AR-MU2), the stand/3 x
500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27), or the stand/MPD & 2000
sheet paper drawer (AR-D28) is required.
• The duplex module/bypass tray (AR-DU4) cannot be installed
with the exit tray (AR-TE3) or the saddle stitch finisher (ARFN7).
• When the duplex module (AR-DU3) is installed, the exit tray
(AR-TE3) or the saddle stitch finisher (AR-FN7) is required.
• Simultaneous installation with the finisher (AR-FN6) is
inhibited.
• The duplex module (AR-DU3) is required.
• The stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27) or the stand/
MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer (AR-D28) is required.
• The saddle finisher (AR-FN7) is required.
• The stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer (AR-D27), or the
stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer (AR-D28) is required.
(2) Other options
STD: Standard provision
❍: Installable
✕ : Not available
Option item
Function
expansion options
Data security
Network expansion kit
PS3 expansion kit
Bar code font
Flash ROM kit
Network scanner expansion kit
Sharpdesk 1 license kit
Sharpdesk 5 license kit
Sharpdesk 10 license kit
Sharpdesk 50 license kit
Sharpdesk 100 license kit
Application integration module
Internet fax expansion kit
Application communication module
External account module
Data security kit (For a model with
HDD installed)
Data security kit (For a model
without HDD installed)
FAX-related option
Fax memory (8 MB)
MX-NBX2
MX-NBX3
AR-PK6
AR-PF1
AR-PF2
MX-NSX1
MX-USX1
MX-USX5
MX-US10
MX-US50
MX-USA0
MX-AMX1
MX-FWX1
MX-AMX2
MX-AMX3
MX-FRX6
MX-FRX6U
MX-FRX7
MX-FRX7U
AR-MM9
Main unit
MX-M350N/ MX-M350U/
M450N
M450U
✕
❍
STD
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍*1
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
*2
❍
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2
❍*2 *3
❍*2
❍*2 *3
❍
❍*3
❍
❍*3
❍
❍*3
❍
❍*3
✕
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍
*1: The Network expansion kit (MX-NBX2/NBX3) is required.
*2: The Network scanner expansion kit (MX-NSX1) is required.
*3: The Network scanner expansion kit (with HDD) (MX-NBX3) is required.
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONFIGURATION 2 - 3
Installing conditions
with HDD
Authentication version
Commercial version
Authentication version
Commercial version
For fax expansion kit (AR-FX12)
C. List of combination of peripheral devices
As shown in the table below, some other peripheral devices (B) may be needed for installation of a peripheral device (A) and some peripheral devices cannot be installed together.
Multi purpose drawer
AR-MU2
Stand/3 x 500 sheet
paper drawer
AR-D27
Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet
paper drawer
AR-D28
Duplex module/bypass tray
AR-DU4
*1
Duplex module
AR-DU3
*1
Scanner module with DSPF
MX-EFX1
Output units
Saddle stitch finisher
Finisher
Mail-bin stacker
Exit tray
*2
AR-MS1
*1
Right upper exit tray
AR-TE5
AR-PN1
*1
*3 MX-NBX2
Network expansion kit (with HDD) *3 MX-NBX3
A
PS3 expansion kit
AR-PK6
Network scanner expansion kit
MX-NSX1
*1
Facsimile expansion kit
AR-FX12
*1
Fax memory (8 MB)
AR-MM9
*1
Data security kit
MX-FRX6/
(For a model with HDD installed) MX-FRX6U
*1
MX-FRX7/
Data security kit
(For a model without HDD installed) MX-FRX7U
*1
Bar code font
*1
AR-PF1
Flash ROM kit
AR-PF2
Internet fax expansion kit
Sharpdesk 1 license kit
MX-FWX1
MX-USX1
Sharpdesk 5 license kit
MX-USX5
Sharpdesk 10 license kit
MX-US10
Sharpdesk 50 license kit
MX-US50
Sharpdesk 100 license kit
MX-USA0
Application integration module
MX-AMX1
Application communication module MX-AMX2
External account module
MX-AMX3
= Must be installed together.
= Cannot be installed together.
*1 = Any of the units must be installed together.
*2 = The AR-DU4 is a standard provision.
*3 = Installable to the MX-M350U/M450U. The MX-NBX3 is a standard provision for the MX-M350N/M450N.
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONFIGURATION 2 - 4
External account module
Application communication module
Application integration module
Sharpdesk 100 license kit
Sharpdesk 50 license kit
Sharpdesk 10 license kit
Sharpdesk 5 license kit
Sharpdesk 1 license kit
Flash ROM kit
Internet fax expansion kit
Data security kit (For a model without HDD installed)
Bar code font
Data security kit (For a model with HDD installed)
Fax memory (8 MB)
Network scanner expansion kit
Facsimile expansion kit
Network expansion kit (with HDD)
PS3 expansion kit
Punch unit
Network expansion kit
Right upper exit tray
Upper exit tray
Exit tray
Mail-bin stacker
Finisher
Saddle stitch finisher
Duplex module
*1
AR-TE3
Punch unit
Scanner module with DSPF
*1
*1
AR-TE4
Duplex module/bypass tray
*1
AR-FN7
AR-FN6
Upper exit tray
Related to extension of
functions and others
Network expansion kit
Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet
Related to paper feed unit
Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer
Multi purpose drawer
B
[3] SPECIFICATIONS
(in mm)
1. Basic Specification
A. Base Engine
(1) Form
Console type
(2) Engine speed
MX-M350U/
MX-M450U/
M350N
M450N
A4, 8.5" x 11"
35ppm (31ppm*) 45ppm (40ppm*)
A4R, 8.5" x 11"R
25ppm
30ppm
A5R/5.5" x 8.5"R, Invoice-R
35ppm
45ppm
B5
35ppm
45ppm
B5R, Executive-R
25ppm
30ppm
B4/8.5" x 14"
20ppm
22ppm
A3/11" x 17"
17ppm
20ppm
8K
17ppm
20ppm
16K
35ppm
45ppm
Paper size
* Paper feed from Manual bypass tray
(3) Engine composition
Photoconductor type
Record method
Development method
Charge method
Transfer method
Cleaning method
Fusing method
OPC
(diameter of photoconductor : ø30mm)
Electro-photograph (laser)
Dry-type dual-component magnetic
brush development
Charged saw-tooth method
Transfer roller
Counter blade
Heat roller
(4) Engine resolution
Resolution
A
297
257
210
182
148
100
279
216
216
216
184
140
105
162
98
110
176
B
420
364
297
257
210
148
432
356
330
279
267
216
241
229
191
220
250
C
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
D
289
242
202
168
140
92
271
208
208
208
183
132
97
154
90
102
168
E
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
(6) Warm-up
Warm-up time
Pre-heat requirement
Jam recovery time
less than 80 seconds
Required
Target: about 30 seconds
(Under standard condition of 60
seconds left after side cover opening,
polygon motor halt)
(7) Power source
Voltage current
Frequency
Power cord
100V system
100-127V, 12A
50/60Hz
Inlet type
200V system
220-240V, 8A
(8) Power consumption
Read: 600dpi x 600dpi
Write: 600dpi x 600dpi
Write: 1200dpi equivalent x 600dpi
Write: 2 levels
Smoothing
Gradation
Paper size
A3
B4
A4
B5
A5
Japanese postcard
Ledger
Legal
Foolscap
Letter
Executive
Invoice
Com-10 (envelope)
C5 (envelope)
Monarch (envelope)
DL (envelope)
ISO B5 (envelope)
Max. Power
consumption
Low power mode
Recovery time from
low power mode
Sleep mode
Transition time to
sleep mode
E
C
C
1440W
1850W
(9) Energy Star benchmark
(5) Printable area
The print area of this product is shown below.
100V
200V
MX-M350U/M350N
184.75W
Max. 30 sec.
MX-M450U/M450N
223.25W
Max. 30 sec.
Less than 80W
60 min.
Less than 95W
60 min.
(10) Noise
At working
At waiting mode
B
less than 6.8dB
less than 5.0dB
∗ Showing noise benchmark in each model as a whole system.
(11) Dimensions
External dimensions
(W x D x H)
E
Occupied space
dimensions
(W x D)
Weight
D
A
Paper size
Printable area
If a printer driver for Windows or Macintosh is used for printing, the
printable area will be smaller. The actual printable area depends
on the printer driver to be used.
MX-M350/M450 N/U
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 1
33-1/16" x 26-11/64" x 44-23/64"
(840 mm x 665 mm x 1127 mm)
(including automatic document feeder)
38-3/16" x 26-11/64" (970 x 665 mm)
(Include automatic document feeder)
Engine: Approx. 85.8 lb (38.9 kg)
Desk: Approx. 72.6 lb (32.9 kg)
Rack: Approx. 16 lb (7.4 kg)
DSPF: Approx. 46 lb (21 kg)
B. Document Feeding Equipment
(2) Support OS
(1) One-drawer tray (included in the base engine)
Custom PS
Paper feed method
Sizes to be fed
Paper capacity
Media available for
paper feeding
Paper type
Custom
PCL5e/6(XL)
Paper size switching
Dehumidification
heater
Balance detection
Default size setting
Mounting/demounting
of the tray
One-drawer tray
A4, B5, 8.5" x 11"
500 sheets (at 80g/m²)
Plain paper 60 - 105g/m², 16 - 28lbs
Normal, recycled, pre-printed, prepunched, color, letter head
To be switched by user
(paper size to be entered from the
operation panel).
Not available
PPD
Provided (paper empty and 3 steps)
100V system
8.5" x 11"
Provided
C. Output Equipment
GPD
(1) Face-down Exit Tray (included in the base engine)
Output position/
method
Output paper capacity
Output paper size
Spec of media for
paper output
Remaining paper
detection
Exit tray full detection
Face-down output at the upper side of
main unit
400 sheets (80g/m² sheet)
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5R
11 " x 17", 8.5" x 14", 8.5" x 13",
8.5" x 11", 8.5" x 11"R, 5.5" x 8.5"R
Executive, Japanese post card,
Monarch (98 x 191), 8K, 16K, 16KR
Com-10 (105 x 241), DL (110 x 220),
C5 (162 x 229), ISO B5 (176 x 250)
Tracing paper: 52 ~ 59g/m² / 14 ~ 15lbs
Plain paper: 60 ~ 128g/m² / 16 ~ 34lbs
Index paper: 176g/m² / 47lbs
Cover paper: 205g/m² / 54 ~ 55lbs
Transparency firm
Not available
Windows 98/Me
Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack5 or later)
Windows 2000
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 98/Me
Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack5 or later)
Windows 2000
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 98/Me
Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack5 or later)
Windows 2000
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Mac OS 9.0 - 9.2.2, X 10.1.5, X 10.2.8,
X 10.3.9, X 10.4 - 10.4.8
Windows Server 2003 x64
Windows XP x64
Windows Vista x64
(3) PDL emulation
PCL6 compatible, PCL5e compatible, PostScript 3 compatible
(4) Windows driver function
a. General
Function
PCL5e
PCL6
Copies
Orientation
1-999
Portrait
Landscape
Duplex
1-sided
2-sided
(Left /top/ right
binding)
Provided
Booklet
Invoice on Letter
Letter on Ledger
A5 on A4
A4 on A3
B5 on B4
Letter on Letter
Ledger on Ledger
A4 on A4
A3 on A3
B4 on B4
Binding edge Left / top / right
N-up
2/4/6/8/9/16
2. Specific Function
A. Printer Function
(1) Platform
IBM PC/AT (Include compatible machine)
Macintosh
N-up order
N-up border
Z / Reversed Z /
N / Reversed N
Yes / No
PS
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
Portrait
Landscape-A
Landscape-B
(*2)
1-sided
2-sided
(Long / short
binding)
(*2)
Yes
(2up booklet only)
(*2)
–
2 / 4 / 6 / 9 / 16
(*2)
Z (*2)
Always Yes (*2)
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
*2: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Windows, specification may vary according to the OS.
MX-M350/M450 N/U
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 2
b. Paper Input
Function
Paper size
Paper type
Custom
paper type
Source
selection
d. Graphic
PCL5e
PCL6
PS
A3 / B4 / A4 / B5 /
A5 / Ledger /
Legal / Foolscap /
Letter / Executive
/Invoice/8k / 16k
/COM10/C5/
Monarch/DL
Plain
Letter Head
Pre-Print
Pre-Punch
Recycle
Color
Label
Heavy Paper
Transparency
Envelope
7 type
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
–
Automatic
Tray 1/2/3/4
Bypass-tray
Cover
Yes/No
User can select from
1-sided/2-sided/
No print
Insert page
Yes/No
User can select from
1-sided/2-sided/
No print
Transparency No
inserts
Yes (Blank)
Yes (Printed)
Function
PCL5e
Resolution
setting
Halftone
setting
600/300 dpi
Graphics
mode
Smoothing
Toner save
Photo
enhancement
Negative
image
Mirror image
Raster Raster
HP-GL2 Vector
Yes/No
Yes / No
–
Yes/No
–
Zoom
–
PCL6
Fit to page
600dpi
No
Screen frequency
8.0 to 360.0
in 0.1 steps
Screen angle
0.0 to 360.0
in 0.1 steps
–
–
–
–
–
–
Yes / No
–
–
–
–
Horizontal
Vertical
25-400%
(XY zoom)
Yes / No
Horizontal
(*2)
1-1000%
(*2)
–
*2: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Windows, specification may vary according to the OS.
–
e. Font
Function
–
c. Paper Output
PCL5e
–
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
Download
font
PCL5e
PCL6
Bitmap
TrueType
PS
Bitmap
Type1
TrueType
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
Function
PPD file *1
(for Windows
XP)
600dpi
PS
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
Auto
Outline
Bitmap
Native TrueType
(*2)
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
PCL6
Center tray
Finisher
• Top tray
• Offset tray
Saddle Stitch
Finisher
• Offset tray
Mailbin stacker
• Mailbin top tray
• Mailbin (1-7)
Duplex module
• Left tray
Staple
Finisher
• No staple
• 1 staple
• 2 staples
Saddle Stitch
Finisher
• No staple
• 1 staple
• 2 staples
Offset cancel Yes/No
PS
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
Output tray
selection
*2: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Windows, specification may vary according to the OS.
f. Others
Function
Configuration
setting
Watermark
Saddle Stitch
Finisher
• No staple
• 1 staple
• 2 staples
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
MX-M350/M450 N/U
Line width
setting
Form overlay
Print hold
Confidential print
Sample print
Print accounting
Quick sets
Auto
configuration
Job end
notification
Tandem print
Carbon print
Multienlargement
XY zoom
Cover insert +
pamphlet
PCL5e
PCL6
PS
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
Yes
Yes
Yes
(functionality is
limited)
–
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Yes
–
Yes
Yes
–
–
–
Yes
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 3
Yes
–
–
Function
Document filing
PCL5e
PCL6
PS
Yes
(MX-M350U/M450U: The
MX-NBX3 is required.)
PPD file *1
(for Windows XP)
–
c. Paper output
Function
Output tray
selection
*1: For printing, PS driver bundled with the Windows is required.
(5) Macintosh driver functions
a. General
Function
Copies
Orientation
Duplex
Booklet
N-up
N-up order
N-up border
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
1-999
Portrait
Landscape-A
Landscape-B (*1)
1-sided
2-sided
Pamphlet
(Right /left /top binding)
Yes
2/4/6/9/16 (*1)
Z / reversed Z / N / reversed N (*1)
None / Single hairline / Single thin line /
Double hairline / Double thin line (*1)
*1: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Macintosh,
specification may vary according to the OS.
b. Paper input
Function
Paper size
Paper type
Custom paper
type
Source selection
Different 1st
page
Cover / insert
page
Transparency
inserts
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
A3 / B4 / A4 / B5 / A5 /
Japanese Postcard /
Ledger / Legal / Foolscap / Letter /
Executive / Invoice/ 8K / 16K/
COM10/C5/Monarch/DL
Plain / Letter Head / Pre-Print /
Pre-Punch / Recycle / Color /
Label / Heavy Paper / Transparency /
Envelope
7
Staple
Offset
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
Center tray
Finisher
• Top tray
• Offset tray
Saddle Stitch Finisher
• Offset tray
Mailbin stacker
• Mailbin top tray
• Mailbin (1-7)
Duplex module
• Left tray
Finisher
• No staple
• 1 staple
• 2 staples
Saddle Stitch Finisher
• No staple
• 1 staple
• 2 staples
Yes/No
d. Graphic
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
Function
Resolution setting
Halftone setting
Graphics mode
Smoothing
Toner save
Photo enhancement
Negative image
Mirror image
Zoom
Fit to page
600dpi
–
–
Yes/No
Yes / No
Yes/No
–
–
1-100000 (*1)
–
*1: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Macintosh,
specification may vary according to the OS.
e. Font
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
Function
Automatic
Tray 1/2/3/4
Bypass-tray
Yes / No (*1)
Download font
–
(On OS9, user can select from: No/First
Page/Last Page)
(*1)
No
Yes (Blank)
Yes (Printed)
*1: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Macintosh,
specification may vary according to the OS.
–
(Selectable only on MacOS9.x.x LaserWriter) (*1)
f. Others
Function
Configuration setting
Watermark
Form overlay
Print hold
Confidential print
Sample print
Print accounting
Quick sets
Auto configuration
Job end notification
Tandem print
Carbon print
Multi-enlargement
XY zoom
Cover insert + pamphlet
Document filing
Macintosh PPD file
(for Mac OS X ver10.2.8)
Yes
Yes
–
Yes
Yes (PIN selection)
Yes
Yes
–
– (OS9: Yes)
–
Yes
–
–
–
–
Yes (*1)
(MX-M350U/M450U: The MXNBX3 is required.)
*1: Since the function is of PS driver bundled with Macintosh,
specification may vary according to the OS.
MX-M350/M450 N/U
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 4
(6) Compatibility
(5) Specified destination
PCL5e
PCL5e is compatible with HP LaserJet 4050.
compatibility Small margin difference, rendering difference by
different font family, default and transfer function
difference is not to be included in the compatibility.
PCL6
PCL6 is compatible with HP LaserJet 4050.
compatibility Small margin difference, rendering difference by
different font family, default and transfer function
difference is not to be included in the compatibility.
PostScript
Must be compatible with Adobe PostScript.
Compatibility Small margin difference, rendering difference by
different font family, default and transfer function
difference is not to be included in the compatibility.
B. Image send function
(1) Mode
Scanner
Fax
Internet Fax
Scan to e-mail
Scan to Desktop
(Scan data send which is not dependent on IP
addresses under DHCP environment)
Scan to FTP
Scan to Folder (SMB)
Scan to e-mail with Meta
Scan to Desktop with Meta
Scan to FTP with Meta
Scan to SMB with Meta
Fax
Fax to e-mail (Inbound Routing)
Fax to FTP/Desktop/SMB/e-mail
(Document Admin)*
Internet Fax (Full mode support)
Internet Fax to e-mail
(Inbound Routing) (HDD)
Internet Fax to FTP/Desktop/SMB/e-mail
(Document Admin)*
* PC-FAX/PC-Internet-Fax is allowed.
(2) Support system
Mode
Supported
server/
protocol
Scanner
SMTP
FTP (TCP/IP)
SMB
Internet Fax
POP server
SMTP server
ESMTP server
FAX
–
Compression
method
Scanner
TIFF, PDF
Uncompressed,
G3 (1-dimension) = MH
(Modified Huffman)
G4 = MMR (Modified MR)
Internet Fax
FAX
TIFF-FX
–
(TIFF-F)
MH, MMR MH, MR,
MMR,
JBIG
(4) Image process
Mode
Half tone
reproduction
Exposure
adjustment
Quality
selection
Resolution
(Varies with
the file type/
transmission
method)
Scanner
Internet Fax
FAX
Specifying by one-touch or group, manual
destination entry
Entry from soft keyboard. (Scanner/Internet
Fax)
Entry from 10-key. (Fax)
Selection from LDAP server
Resend
Quick
Max. 999 (500*1) destinations
In this, FTP, Desktop, and SMB are 200
(100*1) destinations.
One-touch keys
(Max. number of
keys to be
stored.)
Number of
Max. 500 (300*1) destinations
Group (1 key)
address
registration
Program
Yes (8 programs)
Manual
Input via the
Entry from soft keyboard.
destination entry
numeric
keys, # key
and * key.
–
Up to 64-digit
Chain dialing
with pause key.
Resend
Call up nearest 1 addresse which are
specified as a single destination.
Speed dialing
This is used to recall address control number
(quick key)
by using numeric keys.
CC / BCC
Yes
–
sending
Subject
Selective/direct entry from
–
the list
File name
Selective/direct entry from
–
the list
Sender name
(1 default address fixed as
–
sender name)
Transmitter's
Yes (Selective/
No
name
direct entry
from the list /
selection from
LDAP server)
*1: Model without HDD installed
(3) Support image
Mode
File format
Mode
Specified
destination
Scanner
Internet Fax
FAX
Equivalent to 256 levels
Auto + 5 steps
Half-tone ON/OFF (It's not effective for the
following resolution with *.)
200 x 200dpi
Normal *
Normal
(203.2 x 97.8dpi)*
200 x 200dpi
Small letter
Small letter
(203.2 x 195.6dpi)
300 x 300dpi
Fine
Fine
(203.2 x 391dpi)
400 x 400dpi
Extra fine
Extra fine
(406.4 x 391dpi)
600 x 600dpi 600 x 600dpi
–
MX-M350/M450 N/U
(6) Specified multiple destinations
Mode
Specified
destination
Max. number
of Manual
destination
entry*
Sequential
broadcasting
Scanner
Internet Fax
FAX
Specifying by one-touch or group, manual
destination entry.
Total of 5000 (100*1) destinations including
group and relay broadcast.
Simultaneous
FAX
transmission
Yes (E-mail only. It is not
available for
FTP/Desktop/SMB.)
–
Yes
Yes
*1: Model without HDD installed
*
Manual destination entry: Entry other than One-touch, using
numeric keys or soft keyboard.
*
In the case of broadcast transmission including fax destination, the resolution level for fax mode is applied.
*
In the case of broadcast transmission with Internet Fax and
Scanner destinations, the resolution level of Internet Fax mode
is applied.
*
In the case of broadcast transmission, the compression format
set with the system settings is applied.
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 5
(7) Functions
Mode
Transmit
function
Memory transmit
On-hook
Quick online
transmit
Manual transmit
Auto reduction
transmit
Rotation transmit
Scaling transmit
Re-call
mode
Error
Busy
Book original
transmit
Long length
original transmit
Receive
function
Specified pages
per file
Maximum number
of send data
Sender name
Address
Confirmation
Function
(Prevention of missend)
Auto receive
Manual receive
Memory receive
Reduction receive
for standard size
Rotation receive
Divided receive
Scanner
Internet Fax
–
Yes
Data is sent
by memory
transmit
when upper
limit is set.
–
–
FAX
Mode
Special
function
Yes
Yes
–
At on-hook
only
–
Yes: A3 → B4,
A3 → A4,
B4 → A4
Yes (Manual)
Yes (Auto)
Yes (Scaling from regular size to regular
size only.
Some functions does not allow rotation
transmit)
–
Yes
–
–
Yes
No. of times/interval is set via system
settings.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Max. 800mm
Yes
Duplex receive
2 in 1 receive
Address/Domainspecified reception
is enabled.
Address/Domainspecified reception
is disabled.
Reception refusal
setting of Specific
number
External phone
connection
Transfer function at
output trouble
Auto startup mode
Report/
List
function
Program list
Memory box list
Yes
–
Yes
Memory clear
notice list
–
Max. 999 (500*1) destinations
–
Yes
(Soft SW)
–
–
–
–
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
–
–
Others
Yes
Yes: To be defined by
system settings
Yes: To be defined by
system settings
–
Yes (50
–
address)
–
–
–
Yes (50
address)
Scanner
Time setting
Transmit request
Remote transmit
Cover function
Print at sender
Page division
Confidential
(machine at the
other end)
Transmit broadcast
direction
Edge erase
Center erase
2 in 1
Card shot
Transmit/receive
record
Transmit/receive
result
Address/phone
directory list
Group list
Sender list
Rejected Number
List
Receiving setting
address list
List of Transfer
tables to E-mail
List of transfer
tables to
administrator
Web setting list
PC-facsimile
transmission
Yes (30
destinations)
–
Yes
FAX
–
–
–
–
Yes
Yes
No
–
Yes
Yes
–
Yes (F code
method)
–
Yes (F code
method)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Print
administrator
address.
No
Described in the system
settings list
Yes
–
Yes (FAX
mode only)
–
(It's possible that this is output in case of
errors.)
–
Yes
–
Yes
–
Yes (HDD)
Yes
–
Yes
PC-Internet
Fax
PC-FAX
(8) Transmission method
Mode
Transmission time
Modem speed
Intercommunication
Communication line
–
–
Internet Fax
Yes
Number of
maximum
communication line
ECM
FAX
2 seconds (level: Super G3/JBIG)
6 seconds (G3 ECM)
33.6kbps → 2.4kbps automatic fallback
Super G3/G3
General telephone line (PSTN), Private
branch exchange(PBX), FAX line
R-key for PBX setting: Germany, France
1 line only
Yes
(9) Record size
–
–
Yes
Yes
*1: Model without HDD installed
Mode
Max. record
width
Record size
Internet Fax
FAX
293mm
A3-A5,
11" x 17" - 5.5" x 8.5"
(10) F code transmission
Mode
Sub address
Passcode
MX-M350/M450 N/U
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 6
FAX
Yes
Yes
C. Copy function
(11) Registration-related settings
Item
Individual/ Group
Program
Memory box
Scheduled send job
Own number and Name Set
User list (Reply-to List)
Inbound Routing List
Inbound routing addresses
Sender Number/Address
Registration (Inbound Routing)
Subject (Send Settings)
File name (Send Settings)
Metadata Set List
Rejected Number
Rejected Address
Polling permitted Number
Registerable Number
999 (Up to 500 can be
registered for 1 group.)
8
Total 100 of Polling Memory/
Confidential/Relay Broadcast
94
(Manual transmit: 1, Manual
forwarding: 1,
Manual Internet Fax
forwarding: 1, Inbound
Routing and Document
Admin : total 3 Total: 100)
Internet Fax: 1
Fax: 1
999 (500*1)
50
1000
500
(1) Copy Speed
30
30
10
50
50 (30*1)
10
(2) First copy time
A4,
8.5" x 11"
A4R,
8.5" x 11"R
A5R,
5.5" x 8.5"R,
Invoice-R
B5
B5R,
Executive-R
B4,
8.5" x 14"
A3,
11" x 17"
Extra,
Envelope
MX-M350U/M350N
MX-M450U/M450N
Actual Reduction Enlargement Actual Reduction Enlargement
35
35
35
45
45
45
25
25
25
30
30
30
35
35
35
45
45
45
35
25
35
25
35
25
45
30
45
30
45
30
20
20
20
22
22
22
17
17
17
20
20
20
17
17
17
20
20
20
∗ Figures in reduction/enlargement are represented by those at
the ratio to show slowest speed
Conditions: A4 or 8.5"x11" from front tray of PPC, with polygon
motor running.
Document glass *1
*1: Model without HDD installed
DSPF
(12) Telephone Functions
Mode
Speaker
Hold
Setting of pause time
Telephone transmission during
power outage
Tone pulse switching
Trial mode
Linearrized PDF
MX-M450U/M450N
Less than 4.4
seconds
Less than 5.3
seconds
MX-M350U/M350N
33 cpm (94%)
32 cpm (91%)
32 cpm (91%)
MX-M450U/M450N
42 cpm (93%)
40 cpm (88%)
40 cpm (88%)
*1: During OC mode
Fax
Yes
No
Yes (1-15 seconds)
No (External telephone
transmission allowed)
Existence of settings for 10/
20/TONE/Auto Select and
their default values depends
on destinations.
(3) Job speed
S→ S
S→ D
D→ D
*1
*2
*3
*1: S → S : A4 / 8.5" x 11" original 5 sheets
copy 5sets
*2: S → D : A4 / 8.5" x 11" original 10 sheets
copy 5sets
*3: D → D : A4 / 8.5" x 11" original 5 sheets (10 pages) copy 5sets
(4) Continuous copy
(13) Others
Mode
PC- FAX
PC-Internet Fax
FAST
MX-M350U/M350N
Less than 4.9
seconds
Less than 6.0
seconds
Scanner
Internet Fax
–
–
–
Yes
–
Yes (Included
meta data. These
can be set up
separately.)
Support by Net
Scan Tool
No
Fax
Yes
--Yes
(SEC
only)
–
–
Max. multiple number
999 pages
(5) Copy Ratio
Copy ratio
AB series :
25%, 50%, 70%, 81%, 86%, 100%, 115%, 122%,
141%, 200%, 400%
Inch series :
25%, 50%, 64%, 77%, 100%, 121%, 129%, 200%,
400%
Zoom
25 - 400%
25 - 200% (Copy from DSPF)
Independent 4
scaling
(6) Exposure/Copy Quality Process
Exposure mode
Binary: Text(auto/manual), Text/photo, Photo,
Auto
256 levels: Not provided
Manual steps
9 steps
Toner save mode Yes (Except for U.K.), Default: OFF
MX-M350/M450 N/U
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 7
3. B/W Scanner Module (DSPF)
(7) Copy Function
Function APS
AMS
XY zoom
Paper type select
Auto tray switching
Rotation copy
Electronic sort
Rotation sort
Special
function
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (By type setting)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (Europe, Australia,
Agency)
Reserved copy
Yes (99 destinations)
Recall/register of program Yes (10 destinations)
Document filing
Yes
(MX-M350U/M450U: The
MX-NBX3 is required.)
Preheat function
Yes (To be set up by the
system settings)
Auto power shut-off
Yes (To be set up by the
function
system settings)
Account control
Yes (500 accounts)
Process control
Yes
Tandem copy
Yes (Network interface's
being unnecessary)
Book copy
Yes
Irregular original size input Yes
Irregular paper size input Yes (Tray 2/Manual tray)
Mixed originals feeder
Yes (MIX only)
Margin shift
Yes (Left/Right)
Edge erase/Center erase Yes (Center/Edge/Center
+ Edge)
Dual page copying
Yes
Covers/Inserts/Tab paper Yes
insertion
Transparency insert
Yes
Multi shot (Nin1)
Yes (2 in 1 / 4 in 1)
(Centering: Yes)
Card shot
Yes (Centering: Yes)
Pamphlet copy
Yes (Centering: Yes)
2-sided copy orientation
Yes
change
Job build
HDD model: Max.10,000
sheets
HDD uninstallation model
is decided by memory
retention.
Scaling, Density and
Paper for each bunch are
possible to be changed.
Negative image
Yes
Shading
No
Black-white inversion
Yes (Except UK)
Mirror image
Yes
Multi-page enlargement
No
Repeat
No
Date stamp
Yes
Stamp
Yes
Character stamp
Yes
Page stamp
Yes
Yes: Standard Function
No: Not available
MX-M350/M450 N/U
(1) Form
Scanner (Document glass) / DSPF standard
Operation panel integral type
(common hardware for all the destinations)
(2) Resolution / Gradation
Reading resolution (dpi)
Magnification
25 - 99
Copy mode
101 - 171 172 - 400
100
(DSPF/
SPF (high
quality):
101 - 200))
600x600
600x600 600x1200
600x600
600x600 600x1200
–
OC
600x600
–
OC
600x600
–
(High speed):
Text/Auto
OC
600x600
600x300
600x600 600x1200
–
(High speed):
Others
DSPF/SPF
600x300
600x300
600x600
–
(standard)
DSPF/SPF
600x600
600x600
600x600
–
(high quality)
Input and transmitting resolution (dpi)
FAX transmit mode and scanner/fax multicasting mode
Selection
Standard
Fine
Super fine Ultra fine 600dpi
mode
sending
Input
600x600
600x600
600x600
600x600
–
resolution: OC
Input
600x300
600x300
600x300
600x300
–
resolution:
DSPF
Transmitting
203.2x97.8 203.2x195.6 203.2x391 406.4x391
–
resolution
Internet-FAX
Transmitting
200x100
200x200
200x400
400x400 600x600
resolution
Scanner mode
Selection
Standard
Fine
Super fine Ultra fine
–
mode
Input
600x391.2 600x391.2 600x391.2 600x600
–
resolution: OC
Input
600x300
600x300
600x300
600x300
–
resolution:
DSPF
Transmitting
200x200
300x300
400x400
600x600
–
resolution
Reading level
256 tones
Exposure lamp
Electrodeless xenon lamp
Output level
Binary
(3) Document Glass
Reading area
Original
alignment
Original size
detection
Sizes to be
detected
297 x 431.8 (mm)
11.7" x 17"
Left edge / Rear corner alignment
Provided
(Standard size only)
Automatic (one detection unit to be used with
software modification by destination)
Inch-1
11" x 17", 8.5" x 14", 8.5" x 11",
8.5" x 11"R, 5.5" x 8.5"
Inch-2
11" x 17", 8.5" x 13", 8.5" x 11",
8.5" x 11"R, 5.5" x 8.5"
AB-1
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5
AB-2
A3, A4, A4R, A5, B5, B5R,
216 x 330 mm
AB-3
8K, A4, A4R, A5, B4, 16K,
16KR
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 8
OR guide
display
Rear left side
(Print display)
Left side OR
guide
(Print display)
Interior side OR
guide
(Print display)
Original reference position "
"
Supplied from the main unit
(From the Interior side)
5-1/2, A5R, B5R, A4R/A5,
8.5", B4R/B5, 11", A3R/A4
(From the left side)
5-1/2, A5, B5, A4/A5R, 8-1/2,
B5R, 11", A4R, 13", 14", B4R,
A3R, 17"
Interior side OR Book marks are at A4 and
guide
8-1/2 positions.
The position available to attach the staple
position guide label when the optional finisher
(desktop console type) is equipped.
(4) DSPF/SPF
Type
(5) Power Source
DSPF
One-scan-dual-side scanning
method DSPF with OC
integrated
Scan speed Standard mode
45 opm
High quality mode 22.5 opm
Original
Center alignment
alignment
Original size A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, A5R
11"x17", 8.5"x14", 8.5"x13", 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11"R,
5.5"x8.5", 5.5"x8.5"R, 8K, 16K, 16KR
(Long size original up to 800mm in FAX, e-mail and
Internet Fax mode)
Original
50~128g/m², 15~34lbs
paper
weight
Original
Max. 50 sheets
stack
(Max. 30 sheets for A3, B4,11" x 17",8.5" x 14")
capacity
(Max. 15 sheets for A3, B4, 11" x 17", 8.5" x 14"
over 105g/m²)
or, Total thickness less than
Max. 6.5mm (at 50 to 80g/m², 15 to 21lbs)
Max. 5.0mm (at 80 to 128g/m², 21 to 34lbs)
Not
Transparency film, secondary original paper,
transportable tracing paper, carbon paper, thermal paper,
original type original with crumple/crimp/rip,
original with attachment/clipping,
original with many punch holes
(with 2 or 3 holes acceptable),
original preprinted with ink-ribbon,
Documents with considerable curl.
Original size Provided
detection
Sizes to be Automatic (one detection unit to be used with
detected
software modification by destination)
Inch-1
11" x 17", 8.5" x 14", 8.5" x 11",
8.5" x 11"R, 5.5" x 8.5", A4, A3
Inch-2
11" x 17", 8.5" x 13", 8.5" x 11",
8.5" x 11"R, 5.5" x 8.5", A4, A3
AB-1
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5,
A3, 8.5" x 11", 11" x 17",
216 x 330 mm
AB-2
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5,
8.5" x 11", 11" x 17",
216 x 330 mm
AB-3
8K, A4, A4R, B4, 16K, 16KR,
8.5" x 11", 216 x 330 mm
Original tray Center of the tray Original reference position " "
guide
(inscribed symbol) Original face-down placement
display
indication " "
Original Guide
(From Center)
(inscribed symbol) B5R, A4R/A5, 8.5",
B4R/B5, 11", A3R/A4
The position available to attach the staple position
guide label when the optional finisher (desktop
console type) is equipped.
MX-M350/M450 N/U
(6) Dimensions
External dimensions 840 x 665 x 1127 mm
(WxDxH)
(33-1/16" x 26-11/64" x 44-23/64")
(Includes a scanner unit)
1043 x 665 x 1127 mm
(41-1/16" x 26-11/64" x 44-23/64")
(For machine with AR-DU4)
Occupied space
970 x 665 mm (38-3/16" x 26-11/64")
dimensions (WxD)
(When the tray is extended)
Weight
DSPF: Approx. 47 lbs (21.2 kg)
(7) Display device at scanner part
Type
Display dot number
Dot map LCD, touch panel
640 x 240 dots (H-VGA)
(dot pitch 0.24 x 0.24 mm)
LCD operating dimension
192 x 79 mm (7-35/64 x 3-7/64 inch)
LCD back-light
Fluorescent tube method
LCD brightness adjustment Provided
Operation panel LCD
Monochrome H-VGA 8.9 inch
(8) Key
Mode
selection
area
Job status key
Document filing key or Printer key
(* online display LED/data in-memory display LED)
Image send key
(busy display LED/data in-memory display LED)
Copy mode key
System settings key
Basic input Start key
area
CA key
10-key
Clear key
∗ key
#/P key
* For printer
(9) Used character in the LCD
Dot
Bold display
8 x 16 , 16 x 16 dots
O
(10) Touch sense method
Resistive film method
4. Rack for Scanner
(1) Dimensions
Strength
Weight
SPECIFICATIONS 3 - 9
60 kg
Approx. 16.3 (7.4 kg)
[4] CONSUMABLE PARTS
1. Supply system table
A. USA/Canada
No.
Item
1 Toner cartridge (Black)
2
Developer (Black)
3
Drum
Content
Toner cartridge (with IC)
(Toner : Net weight 750 g)
Developer
(Developer : Net weight 500 g)
OPC drum
x 10
x 10
x1
Life
350K
(35K x 10)
1000K
(100K x 10)
200K
Model name
AR-455MT
Remarks
*Life setup is based on A4 6%
AR-455MD
AR-455DR
B. European Subsidiary/East Europe/Russia/Australia/New Zealand
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
Life
350K
(35K x 10)
1,000K
(100K x 10)
200K
Model name
AR-455LT
Life
350k
(35k x 10)
1,000k
(100K x 10)
200k
Model name
AR-455ET
Life
350K
(35K x 10)
1,000K
(100K x 10)
200K
Model name
AR-455CT
Life
350K
(35K x 10)
1,000k
(100K x 10)
200k
Model name
AR-455ET
Model name
AR-455CT-C
x1
Life
350K
(35K x 10)
1,000K
(100K x 10)
200k
x1
Life
35k
Model name
AR-456ST-C
x1
100k
AR-455SD-C
x1
200k
AR-455DR-C
x 10
x 10
x1
Remarks
*Life: A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
AR-455LD
AR-455DM
C. Taiwan (Aurora)
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
x 10
x 10
x1
Remarks
*Life : A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
AR-455LD
AR-455DM
D. Asia
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
x 10
x 10
x1
Remarks
*Life: A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
AR-455CD
AR-455DR
E. Middle East/Africa/Israel/Philippines
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
x 10
x 10
x1
Remarks
*Life : A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
AR-455CD
AR-455DR
F. Hong Kong
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
x 10
x 10
Remarks
*Life : A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
AR-455CD-C
AR-455DR-C
G. China
No.
Item
Content
1 Toner Cartridge (Black) Toner CA with IC Chip
(Toner; Net Weight 750g)
2 Developer (Black)
Developer
(Developer; Net Weight 500g)
3 Drum
Drum
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONSUMABLE PARTS 4 - 1
Remarks
*Life : A4 size at Area Coverage
6%
2. Maintenance parts list
A. USA/Canada
No.
Item
Content
1 200K Maintenance kit Cleaner blade
Drum separation pawl
MC unit *1
Toner receiving seal
Side malt F
Side malt R
Transfer roller
Discharge plate
Paper dust removing unit
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
2 Upper heat roller kit
Upper heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Upper)
3 Lower heat roller kit
Lower heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Lower)
4 Cleaner blade
Cleaner blade
5 Cleaning roller kit
Cleaning roller
Bearing
6 Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
7
Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
Life
Model name
x1
200K
AR-455KA1
x4
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
200K
AR-455UH
x4
x1
200K
AR-455LH
x2
x 10
200K (x 10)
AR-455CB
x 10
200K (x 10)
AR-455CR
x 20
x 3 3000 times x 3
AR-SC1
x3
5000 times x 3
AR-SC2
Remarks
*1:Screen grid, charging plate, MC
cleaner unit are included.
AR-455CB = (AR-455BL) x 10
AR-455CR = (AR-455RC) x 10
Cartridge for AR-FN4
Common with cartridge for AR-FN6
Cartridge for AR-FN7
B. Europe/Australia/New Zealand/Taiwan
No.
Item
1 200K PM kit
2
Staple cartridge
Content
Cleaner blade
Drum separation pawl
MC unit *1
Toner receiving seal
Side malt F
Side malt R
Transfer roller
Discharger plate
Paper dust removing unit
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Upper heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Upper)
Lower heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Lower)
Cleaning roller
Bearing
Staple cartridge
3
Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
x1
x4
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x4
x1
x2
x1
x2
x3
Life
200K
Model name
AR-451KA
Remarks
*1: Screen grid, charging plate, MC
cleaner unit are included.
3000 times x 3
AR-SC1
x3
5000 times x 3
AR-SC2
Cartridge for AR-FN4
Common with cartridge for AR-FN6
Common with cartridge for AR-FN7
Note: The other maintenance parts which are not listed above are registered as service parts.
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C. Agency/Asia/Middle East/Africa/Latin America
No.
Item
1 200K PM kit
2
Staple cartridge
Content
Cleaner blade
Drum separation pawl
MC unit *1
Toner receiving seal
Side malt F
Side malt R
Transfer roller
Discharger plate
Paper dust removing unit
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Upper heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Upper)
Lower heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Lower)
Cleaning roller
Bearing
Staple cartridge
3
Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
Life
200K
Model name
Remarks
AR-451KA *1: Screen grid, charging plate, MC
cleaner unit are included.
x1
x4
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x4
x1
x2
x1
x2
x3
3000 times x 3
AR-SC1
x3
5000 times x 3
AR-SC2
Cartridge for AR-FN4
Common with cartridge for AR-FN6
Common with cartridge for AR-FN7
Note: The other maintenance parts which are not listed above are registered as service parts.
D. Hong Kong
No.
Item
1 200K PM kit
2
Staple cartridge
Content
Cleaner blade
Drum separation pawl
MC unit *1
Toner receiving seal
Side malt F
Side malt R
Transfer roller
Discharger plate
Paper dust removing unit
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Upper heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Upper)
Lower heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Lower)
Cleaning roller
Bearing
Staple cartridge
3
Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
Life
Model name
Remarks
x1
200K
AR-451KA *1: Screen grid, charging plate, MC
cleaner unit are included.
x4
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x4
x1
x2
x1
x2
x 3 3000 times x 3
AR-SC1
Cartridge for AR-FN4
Common with cartridge for AR-FN6
x 3 5000 times x 3
AR-SC2
Common with cartridge for AR-FN7
Note: The other maintenance parts which are not listed above are registered as service parts.
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONSUMABLE PARTS 4 - 3
E. China
No.
Item
1 200K PM kit
2
Staple cartridge
Content
Cleaner blade
Drum separation pawl
MC unit *1
Toner receiving seal
Side malt F
Side malt R
Transfer roller
Discharger plate
Paper dust removing unit
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Upper heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Upper)
Lower heat roller
Fusing separation pawl (Lower)
Cleaning roller
Bearing
Staple cartridge
3
Staple cartridge
Staple cartridge
Life
Model name
Remarks
x1
200K
AR-451KA *1: Screen grid, charging plate, MC
cleaner unit are included.
x4
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x4
x1
x2
x1
x2
x 3 3000 times x 3
AR-SC1
Cartridge for AR-FN4
Common with cartridge for AR-FN6
x 3 5000 times x 3
AR-SC2
Common with cartridge for AR-FN7
Note: The other maintenance parts which are not listed above are registered as service parts.
MX-M350/M450 N/U CONSUMABLE PARTS 4 - 4
2. Production number identification
C. Developer cartridge
The lot number is of 8 digit, and each digit indicates as follows.
The lot number, printed on the front side flange, is composed of 10
digits, each digit showing the following content:
1
1
2
3
4
5/6
7
8/9
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Number
For this model, this digit is 2.
Alphabet
Indicates the model conformity code. T for this model.
Number
Indicates the end digit of the production year.
Number or X, Y, Z
Indicates the production month.
X stands for October, Y November, and Z December.
Number
Indicates the production day on the month.
Number or X, Y, Z
Indicates the month of packing.
X stands for October, Y November, and Z December.
Number
Indicates the day of the month of packing.
Alphabet
Indicates the production factory. "A" for Nara Plant.
B. Toner cartridge
The lot number is of 7 digits, and each digit indicates as follows.
The lot number shall be printed in the position shown in the figure.
1
2
3
4
5
6
The lot number shall be printed on the bag.
1
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
Alphabet
Indicates the production factory.
Number
Indicates the production year.
Number
Indicates the production month.
Number
Indicates the production day.
Hyphen
Number
Indicates the production lot.
2
3/4
5/6
7
8
3. Environmental conditions
A. Operating conditions
30
85%
85
Humidity (%)
A. Drum cartridge
35
60%
7
20
3
4
5/6
7
Version number (A - sequentially revised)
Numeral figure
Indicates the end digit of the production year.
Alphabet
Indicates the production factory. (B for SOCC)
Destination code
Numeral figures
Indicates the production day.
Numeral figure or X, Y, Z
Indicates the production month.
X stands for October, Y November, and Z December.
Serial No. attachment
10
35
Temperature
(Without dew condensation)
B. Storage conditions
90
Humidity (%)
1
2
20
-10
Temperature
40
(Without dew condensation)
Serial No. attachment
Heat seal
Aluminum bag
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[5] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES
1. Exterior
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
11
No.
1
Name
2
Exit tray
3
Automatic document feeder
4
Duplex module
Function/Operation
This tray can also be used for special papers including transparency
film.
The tray is extendable to support large size paper. Extend the tray
when 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", 8-1/2" x 13", A3 or B4 paper is being
used.
This automatically feeds and scans multiple sheet originals. Both
sides of two-sided originals can be scanned at once.
Module for two-sided printing
5
6
Upper paper output area (Center tray)
Upper exit tray extension
Finished sheets are deposited here.
Provides support for large size paper.
7
8
9
10
11
Operation panel
Front cover
Power switch
Paper tray 1
Stand/3 x 500 sheet paper drawer
12
Stand/MPD & 2000 sheet paper drawer
13
Multi purpose drawer
Bypass tray
–
Open to add toner.
Press to turn power on and off.
–
This paper feed unit contains an upper multi-purpose drawer and
two lower drawers each of which can hold a maximum of 500 sheets
of 20 lbs. (80 g/m2) paper.
This paper feed unit contains an upper multi-purpose drawer and a
lower drawer which can hold a maximum of 2000 sheets of 20 lbs.
(80 g/m2) paper.
Up to 500 sheets of 20 lbs. (80 g/m2) paper can be loaded. Also
special papers such as envelopes (standard sizes only) and
postcards can be set.
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13
Note
Option
(AR-DU4)
Option
(AR-DU4/AR-TE3)
Option
(MX-EFX1)
Option
(AR-DU3/DU4)
–
Option
(AR-TE4)
–
–
–
–
Option
(AR-D27)
Option
(AR-D28)
Option
(AR-MU2)
2. Interior
1
2
3
4
5
No.
1
2
3
6
Name
Duplex module side cover
Side cover latch
Fusing unit
Function/Operation
Open when a misfeed has occurred in the duplex module.
Push up to open the side cover when a misfeed has occurred in the main unit.
Lift up to open the side cover when a misfeed has occurred in the main unit.
4
5
Toner cartridge (drum/toner cartridge)
Photoconductive drum
CAUTION: The fusing unit is hot. Take care in removing misfed paper.
The toner cartridge must be replaced when indicated on the operation panel.
Images are formed on the photoconductive drum.
6
Cartridge lock lever
NOTE: Do not touch or damage the photoconductive drum.
When replacing the drum, toner or developer cartridge, turn down this lever and pull it out.
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3. Operation panel
PRINT
1
2
When the document filing
function has not been
added.
3
PRINT
READY
DATA
DOCUMENT
FILING
LINE
DATA
IMAGE SEND
COPY
SYSTEM
JOB STATUS SETTINGS
4
No.
1
2
Name
Touch panel
5
LOGOUT
6
7
8
9
10
11
Function/Operation
The machine status, messages and touch keys are displayed on the panel. The document filing*1,
copy, network scanner*2, fax*3, and Internet fax*4 functions are used by switching to the screen for the
desired function.
Use to change modes and the corresponding display on the touch panel.
Mode select keys and
indicators
[DOCUMENT FILING] key
Press to select the document filing mode*1.
∗ When the document filing function has not been added, this key is the [PRINT] key. This key is
pressed to change to the print mode screen.
[IMAGE SEND] key/LINE indicator/DATA indicator
Press to change the display to network scanner mode*2, fax mode*3 or Internet fax mode*4.
3
PRINT mode indicators
[COPY] key
Press to select the copy mode.
READY indicator
Print data can be received when this indicator is lit.
DATA indicator
4
5
[JOB STATUS] key
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
6
7
Numeric keys
[ ] key ([LOGOUT] key)
8
9
10
[#/P] key
[C] key (Clear key)
[START] key
11
[CA] key (Clear all key)
Lights up or blinks when print data is being received. Also lights up or blinks when printing is being
performed.
Press to display the current job status.
This is used to store, edit, and delete user names and folder names for the document filing function*1,
and to configure the administrator settings and printer configuration settings.
Use to enter numeric values for various settings.
This key is used in copy mode, document filing mode*1, network scanner mode*2, fax mode*3, and
Internet fax mode*4.
This is used as a program key when using the copy function, and to dial when using the fax function*3.
This key is used in copy mode, document filing mode*1, network scanner mode*2, and fax mode*3.
Use this key to start copying in copy mode, scan a document in network scanner mode*2, or scan a
document for transmission in fax mode*3 or Internet fax mode*4.
This key is used in copy mode, document filing mode*1, network scanner mode*2, fax mode*3, and
Internet fax mode*4. Use the key to cancel settings and perform an operation from the initial machine
state.
*1: MX-M350N/M450N, or when the document filing function has been added.
*2: When the network scanner option is installed.
*3: When the fax option is installed.
*4: When the Internet fax option is installed.
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4. Job status screen (common to print, scan, fax and Internet fax)
This screen is displayed when the [JOB STATUS] key on the operation panel is pressed.
This screen can be used to display the "JOB QUEUE" (showing stored jobs and the current job) or the "COMPLETE" job list (showing finished jobs). This screen can be used to check jobs, interrupt a job in progress to perform another job, and cancel a job.
1
"JOB QUEUE" screen
JOB QUEUE
SETS / PROGRESS
COPYING
COPY
020 / 000
PAPER EMPTY
Suzuki
020 / 000
WAITING
066211221
002 / 000
WAITING
SCAN TO
Fax mode
Fax send job
6
7
8
9
10
11
JOB QUEUE
COMPLETE
COMPLETE
DETAIL
DETAIL
STOP/DELETE
5
CALL
INTERNET-FAX
INTERNET-FAX
6
7
8 9 10
11
Copy mode
Scan to FTP job
Fax reception job
Internet Fax mode
Internet Fax send job
5
JOB QUEUE
Function/Operation
The displayed jobs in the job list are themselves operation keys. To cancel printing or to give a job the highest print priority,
touch the relevant job key to select the job and execute the desired operation using the keys described in 8 and 9.
This shows the current job and the jobs waiting to be run. The icons to the left of the jobs in the queue show the job mode.
The document filing reprint job icon is highlighted.
Note that the icon does not become highlighted during retransmission of a fax/image transmission job.
Print mode
3
4
"COMPLETE"
job screen
PRIORITY
FAX JOB
4
SCAN mode
Scan to e-mail job
2
1/1
020 / 001
3
2
STATUS
COPY
PRINT JOB
No.
Name
1 Job list
*1
Scan to Desktop job
Scan to Network folder job
PC-Fax send job
Internet Fax reception job
PC-Internet Fax send job
*1: "PAPER EMPTY" in the job status display
When a job status display indicates "PAPER EMPTY", the specified paper size for the job is not loaded in any of the trays.
In this case, the job will be suspended until the required paper is loaded. Other stored jobs will be printed (if possible) until
the required paper is loaded. (Other jobs will not be printed if the paper runs out during printing.) If you need to change the
paper size because the specified paper size is not available, touch the current job key to select it and then touch the
[DETAIL] key described in 10.
Mode select key This switches the job list display between "JOB QUEUE" and "COMPLETE".
"JOB QUEUE": Shows stored jobs and the job in progress.
"COMPLETE": Shows finished jobs.
Files saved using the "FILE"*2 and "QUICK FILE"*2 functions and finished broadcast transmission jobs appear as keys in
the finished job screen. The "FILE"*2 or "QUICK FILE"*2 job keys in the finished job screen can be touched, followed by the
[CALL] key*2, to call up a finished job and print or transmit it. A finished broadcast transmission job key can be touched
followed by the [DETAIL] key to check the result of the transmission.
[PRINT JOB] key This displays the print job list of print mode (copying, printing, fax reception, Internet fax reception, and self printing).
[SCAN TO] key This displays the transmission status and finished jobs of scan mode (Scan to e-mail, Scan to FTP, Scan to Desktop, and
Scan to Network Folder) when the network scanner option is installed.
[FAX JOB] key
This displays the transmission/reception status and finished jobs of fax mode (fax and PC-Fax) when the fax option is
installed.
Display switching Use to switch the page of the displayed job list.
keys
[INTERNET-FAX] This displays the transmission/reception status and finished jobs of Internet fax mode and PC Internet fax mode when the
key
Internet fax option is installed.
[STOP/DELETE] Use to cancel or delete the current job or delete the stored job. Note that printing of received faxes and received Internet
key
faxes cannot be canceled or deleted.
[PRIORITY] key Touch this key after selecting a stored job in this [JOB QUEUE] list to print the job ahead of the other jobs.
Note that a job in progress cannot be interrupted if it is an interrupt copy job or if it is a list print job.
[DETAIL] key
This shows detailed information on the selected job. Files saved using the "FILE"*2 and "QUICK FILE"*2 functions and
finished broadcast transmission jobs appear as keys in the finished job screen. A Quick File in the finished job screen or
the [Filing] key*2 can be touched, followed by the [CALL] key*2, to call up a finished job and print or transmit it. A finished
broadcast transmission job key can be touched followed by the [DETAIL] key to check the result of the transmission.
[CALL] key*2
When this key is touched after selecting a job in the COMPLETE job status screen (a job stored using the FILE or QUICK
FILE keys of the document filing function), the "JOB SETTINGS" menu screen appears to let you resend or reprint the
finished job.
*2: Can only be used on the MX-M350N/M450N, or when the document filing function has been added.
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5. BASE SCREEN
To display the base screen of a mode, touch the [IMAGE SEND] key in the touch panel and then select the desired mode with the [MODE
SWITCH] key.
If you have set the display to show the address book screen when the [IMAGE SEND] key is pressed, touch the [CONDITION SETTINGS]
key in the address book to display the condition setting screen.
The administrator setting can be used to set the display to show either the condition setting screen or the Address book screen when the
[IMAGE SEND] key is pressed.
A. Condition settings screen
1
Base screen of scan mode
2
3
4
READY TO SEND.
16
15
14
13
Base screen of Internet fax mode
1
2
3
4
READY TO SEND.
RESEND
AUTO
EXPOSURE
300x300dpi
RESOLUTION
PDF MMR(G4)
FILE FORMAT
AUTO
ORIGINAL
SCAN
MODE SWITCH
ADDRESS BOOK
ADDRESS REVIEW
SPECIAL MODES
12
11
ADDRESS ENTRY
FILE
SEND SETTINGS
QUICK FILE
10
5
16
6
7 15
8 13
9
RESEND
INTERNET-FAX
MODE SWITCH
AUTO
EXPOSURE
STANDARD
RESOLUTION
AUTO
ORIGINAL
12
ADDRESS BOOK
5
ADDRESS REVIEW
6
SPECIAL MODES
7
8
9
ADDRESS ENTRY
FILE
SEND SETTINGS
QUICK FILE
11
No.
Name
1 Message display
10
Function/Operation
Messages appear here to indicate the current status of the machine.
When the machine is ready to send, an icon appears to the left.
2 [
] (Quick) key
When you add a one-touch key or a group key, the machine will automatically assign a shortened number.
Use this key for a three-digit shortened number to simplify the transmission procedure.
3 [MODE SWITCH] key
Touch this to change the image send mode.
The modes that can be selected will vary depending on the peripheral devices (network scanner expansion
kit, facsimile expansion kit, Internet fax expansion kit) that are installed.
When the application integration module is installed, the [DATA ENTRY] key appears below the [MODE
SWITCH] key.
4 [RESEND] key
Touch this key to resend to the last Scan to E-mail, Internet fax, or fax destination used.
Note that the following types of destinations are not retained for the resend function.
• A one-touch key in which multiple destinations are stored (group key).
• Scan to FTP, Scan to Desktop, and Scan to Network Folder addresses.
• Broadcasting addresses
• Addresses used only for BCC delivery
After the resend address is entered, the key changes to the [NEXT ADDRESS] key.
5 [ADDRESS BOOK] key
This displays the Address Book screen. Touch this key when you wish to use a onetouch key that has a
destination (or group) programmed in it.
6 [ADDRESS REVIEW] key When performing a broadcast transmission, touch this key to check your selected destinations. Your
selected destinations will appear as a list, and the list can be edited.
7 [SPECIAL MODES] key Touch this key to set the special modes.
• Program
• Erase
• Dual page scan
• Timer
• 2 in 1
• Card shot
• Job build
• Transaction report
8 [FILE] key
Touch this key to store a document image that you are transmitting in the hard disk (this includes selecting
a user name, file name, and location).
9 [QUICK FILE] key
Touch this key to store a document image that you are transmitting in the temporary storage folder.
10 [SEND SETTINGS] key Touch this key to set the subject, file name, and sender name.
11 [ADDRESS ENTRY] key When performing Scan to E-mail, touch this key if you wish to enter the e-mail address of the recipient
manually instead of using a one-touch key.
12 Two-sided scanning icon Icons appear here when you touch the [ORIGINAL] key and select two-sided scanning. The icons can be
display
touched to open function selection screens.
13 [ORIGINAL] key
Touch this key when you wish to manually set the size of the original to be scanned or scan both sides of
the original.
14 [FILE FORMAT] key
Touch this key to set the file format of scan images that you transmit. The selected file format setting will be
highlighted above the key. The initial factory setting is "PDF MMR(G4)".
15 [RESOLUTION] key
Touch this key to change the resolution setting for the original to be scanned. The selected resolution
setting will be highlighted above the key. The initial factory setting is "300x300dpi" (SCAN mode) or
"STANDARD" (INTERNET-FAX mode).
16 [EXPOSURE] key
Touch this key to change the exposure setting for the original to be scanned. The selected exposure setting
will be highlighted above the key. The initial factory setting is "AUTO".
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B. Address book screen
If you have set the initial screen to the address book screen using the Administrator setting, the initial screen will appear as follows.
Destinations stored using the Web page are grouped in indexes (9) according to the letter entered in "Initial" for each destination, and the
name entered in "Display Name" is displayed in the one-touch key (4).
The screen shown below is the address book screen with an alphabetical index. The address book screen can be set with the group index
as the initial screen.
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
READY TO SEND.
TO
RESEND
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
TEST4
TEST5
TEST6
ABCD
CONDITION
SETTINGS
ADDRESS REVIEW
BCC
CC
FREQUENT USE
7
EFGHI
GLOBAL
ADDRESS SEARCH
JKLMN OPQRST UVWXYZ
ABC
9
9
E-mail Destination Management page
No.
Name
1 [TO] key
2
[CC] key
3
[BCC] key
4
One-touch key
display
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
GROUP
8
USER 4
USER 5
USER 6
ABC
GROUP
Function/Operation
After selecting a destination using a one-touch key or the global address search function, touch this key. For
Scan to E-mail or Internet-Fax transmission, you can select multiple destinations before touching this key.
If you wish to a send "CC" ("Carbon Copy") of a Scan to E-mail transmission to other recipients in addition to
the main recipient, after selecting destinations using one-touch keys or the global address search function,
touch this key. You can select multiple destinations before touching this key.
This key only appears when the [ENABLE BCC] checkbox is selected in [BCC SETTING] in the administrator
settings.
If you wish to send a "BCC" ("Blind Carbon Copy") of a Scan to E-mail transmission to other recipients in
addition to the main recipient, after selecting destinations using one-touch keys or the global address search
function, touch this key. Other recipients will not be informed that a copy was sent to the "BCC" recipients. You
can select multiple destinations before touching this key.
This shows the one-touch keys that have been stored on the selected "index card". The key type is indicated by
the icon at the right.
: Scan to E-mail
: Scan to FTP
: Scan to Desktop
: Scan to Network Folder
: Internet-Fax
: Fax (An optional facsimile expansion kit is required.)
: Multiple destinations including Scan to E-mail and Fax destinations
5
6
7
8
9
This can be changed to 6 or 9 using the administrator setting, "The number of direct address/sender keys
displayed setting".
In cases where the one-touch keys cannot all be displayed on one screen, this shows how many screens are
left. Touch the "
""
" keys to move through the screens.
This displays the Condition settings screen, which is used to set various conditions.
Display switching
keys
[CONDITION
SETTINGS] key
[GLOBAL ADDRESS This feature makes it possible to search for an email address in an Internet or intranet directory database.
SEARCH] key
To use this function, the IP address (or network name) of the LDAP server must be set, as well as an account
name and password. These settings are configured by accessing the Web server in the machine from a
computer. Click "LDAP" in the Web page menu frame to display the LDAP Setup screen.
[ABC
GROUP] Touch this key to switch between the alphabetical index and the group index.
key
Index keys
One-touch key destinations are stored on each of these index cards (alphabetical index or group index). Touch
an index key to display the card. Each time you touch the same index key, the order of display of one-touch
keys changes as follows: Order of registration → Alphabetical order → Reverse alphabetical order. An icon
indicating the current display order will appear on the tab.
Storing order (initially selected)
FREQUENT USE
ABCD
Ascending order
FREQUENT USE
ABCD
Descending order
FREQUENT USE
ABCD
Group indexes make it possible to store one-touch keys by group with an assigned name for easy reference.
This is done with the custom settings. Frequently used one-touch key destinations can be stored on the
FREQUENT USE card for convenient access.
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6. Cross sectional view
A. Scanner unit
17 SPOD
16
1
2
3 SPPD
4 SPED
6
5
7
15
14
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
13
12 11 10
Name
CIS unit
Original resist roller
Original resist front sensor (SPPD)
Original set sensor (SPED)
Original take-up sensor
Original length sensor 1 (SPLS1)
Original length sensor 2 (SPLS2)
CCD/lens unit
Original feed roller
8
9
No.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Name
Copy lamp base unit
No. 1 mirror
Copy lamp (Xenon)
Mirror base unit
No. 3 mirror
No. 2 mirror
Original exit roller
Original exit sensor
B. Engine
POD1 POD2 POD3
21
22
23
24
20
18
15
19
16
17
4
26
3
2
1
8
6
9
5
PPD1
10
25
11
12
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Name
OPC drum
Main charger
Cleaning blade
LSU
Developing unit
Magnet roller
Toner hopper
Transfer roller
Resist roller
Paper transport roller
Machine tray (Paper tray1) paper feed roller
Machine tray (Paper tray1) separation roller
Machine tray (Paper tray1) take-up roller
13
PED TUD 7
No.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
14
Name
Machine tray (Paper tray1) rotating plate
Upper heat roller
Pressure roller
Heater lamp
Thermistor (RTH1 / RTH2)
Thermostat
Fusing back roller
Reverse gate
Paper exit roller
Full detection lever
Printer control PWB
Power supply unit
Cleaning roller
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7. Switch, Sensor
A. Scanner unit
4
5
6
7
3
2
1
8
12
9
11
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Code
SPPD
SCOV
SPED
OCSW
ORS-LED
SPLS1
SPLS2
SPFVR
ORS-PD
SOCD
SPOD
MHPS
Name
SPF original resist front sensor
SPF paper feed cover sensor
SPF original set sensor
OC open/close sensor
Original size sensor PWB (Light emitting side)
SPF original length sensor 1
SPF original length sensor
SPF original width detection volume PWB
Original size sensor PWB (Light receiving side)
SPF open/close sensor
SPF original exit sensor
Mirror home position sensor
Active condition
B. Engine
5.POD3
4.POD2
2.DSW-L
3.POD1
7.TCS
8.LUD
6.PPD1
10.MAIN SW
1.DSW-F
9.PED
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DSW-F
DSW-L
POD1
POD2
POD3
PPD1
TCS
LUD
PED
MAIN SW
Function/Operation
Front door open/close detection
Left door open/close detection
Paper exit detection
Paper exit detection
Paper exit detection Full
Paper transport detection
Toner concentration sensor
Paper feed cassette upper limit detection
Paper feed cassette paper empty detection
Power switch
Active condition
H= Door open
H=Door open
L= Paper detection
L= Paper detection
L= Paper detection
L= Paper detection
H= Upper limit detection
L= Paper empty detection
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8. PWB
A. Scanner unit
2
1
3
13
6
4
5
12
11
8
10
9
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
7 14
Name
SPF control PWB
Original size detection PWB (Light emitting side)
CCD PWB (in lens unit) (The lens unit cannot be disassembled.)
SPF original width detection volume PWB
MFP operation PWB
Scanner control PWB
LVDS PWB
Original size sensor (Light receiving side)
CIS unit (in CIS unit) (The CIS unit cannot be disassembled.)
CIS interface PWB (in CIS unit) (The CIS unit cannot be disassembled.)
Scanner interface PWB
CIS control PWB
CL inverter PWB
LCD INV PWB
Function/Operation
SPF control
Original size detection when using the table glass
Image scan (Table glass/SPF surface)
SPF original width detection
Panel operation control
Scanner unit control
LCD signal relay
Original size detection when using the table glass
Image scan (SPF back surface)
CIS signal AD conversion process
Scanner unit and connection of scanner control PWB
CIS unit control and image process
Inverter for copy lamp
Generates a high voltage for the backlight.
B. Engine
1
4
2
5
7
11
8
6
10
13
9
12
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Name
PRT controller
PCU PWB
Power supply unit
LD PWB (Inside LSU)
Mother PWB
Reactor PWB (200V only) / Filter PWB (Taiwan only)
BD PWB
High voltage resistor PWB
Cassette detection PWB
Drawer PWB
High voltage PWB
Fuse PWB
Relay PWB
3
Function/Operation
Image process, image data communication control
Overall control of the machine and options
DC power supply
Laser ON control (Inside LSU: LSU cannot be disassembled.)
Signal interface between PCU and the controller
Noise filter
Laser control (Inside LSU: LSU cannot be disassembled.)
High voltage load adjustment
Paper cassette control
Fan control
High voltage power supply
Protection of the machine when an abnormal power is supplied.
HDD back up
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9. Motor, Clutch, Solenoid
A. Scanner unit
5
3
1
4
2
7
6
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SPFM
SRRC
SPFC
SDSS
MIRM
SPFS
STMPS
Name
SPF motor
SPF original resist clutch
SPF original feed clutch
SPF original stopper solenoid
Mirror motor
SPF original feed solenoid
Stamp solenoid
Function/Operation
Original transport in SPF scan
SPF original scan timing adjustment
SPF original feed roller drive
SPF original stopper gate drive
Mirror base copy lamp base drive
SPF original feed unit drive
Finish stamp drive (Japan only)
B. Engine
10.CFM2
3.POM
13.PSPS
16.CNTFAN
6.VFM2
17.PM
1.DM
15.HDDFAN
14.RRC
12.TRC
2.MM
11.CPFC
7.VFM1
7.VFM1
5.LUM
8.CFM1
4.TM
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DM
MM
POM
TM
LUM
VFM2
VFM1
CFM1
CFM2
CPFC
TRC
PSPS
RRC
HDDFAN
CNTFAN
PM
Function/Operation
Drum motor
Main motor
Paper exit motor
Toner motor
Lift-up motor
Heat exhaust fan motor
Cooling fan motor
Suction fan motor
Ozone exhaust fan motor
Paper cassette paper feed clutch
Paper transport clutch
Separation solenoid
Resist roller clutch
Cooling fan motor (for HDD)
Cooling fan motor (for controller)
Polygon motor
Type
Brushless motor
Brushless motor
Stepping motor
Synchronous motor
Synchronous motor
Fan motor
Fan motor
Fan motor
Fan motor
Fan motor
Fan motor
Polygon motor
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[6] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
1. Installing procedure flowchart
There are many combinations between this machine and option
units. For installing option units, observe the following procedures
for efficiency.
To install the devices effciently, follow the procedure below.
Some peripheral devices may have been installed as standard
devices depending on the main unit model.
Part of descriptions and illustrations may be different.
Scanner/document feeder device
Finishing device
Main unit
Duplex device
Finishing device
Paper feeding device
* To install the AR-MU2, the optional exclusive-use desk is required.
Start of installation
Main unit, paper feeding
device, and power supply
unit.
Controller board,
facsimile unit or other
electric devices
installed?
AR-MU2
AR-D27
AR-D28
Yes
Main unit
No
Install controller board,
facsimile unit or other electric
devices.
AR-FX12/AR-MM9
MX-NBX2
MX-NBX3
AR-PK6
MX-NSX1
Extended memory
[Electrical setting/adjustment]
Install duplex/pypass device.
Duplex/bypass
device installed?
Yes
AR-DU3
AR-DU4
No
Main unit/MX-EFX1/AR-FX12/MX-NBX2/MX-NBX3/
AR-PK6/MX-NSX1
2) Paper guide position adjustment/off center adjustment
Install finishing device.
Finishing device
installed?
1) Installation of driver software, setting,
and operation check
Yes
AR-MU2/AR-D27/AR-D28/
AR-DU3/AR-DU4
AR-MS1
AR-FN6
AR-FN7
AR-PN1A / B / C / D
End
No
Install scanner/document feeder.
MX-EFX1/AR-RK2
When installing a paper feeding device or a duplex/bypass device, be sure to reattach
the rear cabinet, the AC inlet cover, and the harness cover of the main unit at the end
of installation as needed.
When installing a controller board, a facsimile unit, and other electric devices, be sure to install them
at a time.
Only off center adjustment is needed for AR-DU3.
∗ For installation of an option unit, refer to the Service Manual of the option unit.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 1
2. Note for installation place
Improper installation may damage this product. Please note the
following during initial installation and whenever the machine is
moved.
1) The machine should be installed near an accessible power
outlet for easy connection.
2) 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.
• For the power supply requirements, see the name plate of
the main unit.
MX-M350N/M450N
MX-M350U/M450U
CD-ROM (Printer)
Maintenance card/Maintenance case (Except UK)
Warranty Registration (UK only)
Delivery/installation report (Europe only)
MSDS card (North America/UK only)
Warranty (Australia only)
Scanner key sheet (Local area only)
Dust cover (Local area only)
3) Remove the cushioning materials from the right and left of the
front side.
3) Do not install your machine in areas that are:
• damp, humid, or very dusty
• exposed to direct sunlight
• poorly ventilated
• subject to extreme temperature or humidity
changes, e.g., near an air conditioner or heater.
4) Be sure to allow the required space around the machine for
servicing and proper ventilation.
11-13/16" (30cm)
23-5/8"
(60cm)
31-1/2"
(80cm)
4) Remove the locking tape from the right and left sides of the
tray.
Then, Remove the top of the carton and lower the plastic bag
covering the machine while the machine is still on the carton
base.
23-5/8" (60cm)
5) Remove the packing tape from the paper tray, pull out the
paper tray until it stops and remove it by tilting it upward.
3. Unpacking procedure
1) Release the joint, and remove the packing case.
2) Remove the top pad, and open the electrostatic polyethylene
bag.
6) One person must lift by the empty front tray pocket with the
right hand and steady the machine with the left hand placed at
the upper left of the machine.
The other person must lift with the right hand by using the lifting recess in the rear of the machine and also steady the
machine with the left hand as shown in the illustration.
Front side
Rear side
Check the following items are included in the package.
MX-M350N/M450N
MX-M350U/M450U
Operating Manual
(Common/Copier, Administrator guide (System settings))
Web manuals (Printer)
–
(Network Scan)
Installation manual (PCL/PS)
Note: The center of gravity of the machine lies in the left side
when viewed from the Back of machine. When lifting the
machine, be careful not to drop it.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 2
4. Unpacking and installation of the
desk unit
Caution: The lower tray cannot be pulled out unless the adjuster
is lowered to the specified position.
Note: In advance to installation of the machine, the paper feed
option units (AR-D27/AR-D28/AR-MU2) should have been
installed.
<1> Pull out the paper tray of the main unit until it stops and then
remove it by lifting both ends of the tray.
3) Put the main unit of the printer on the stand/paper drawer.
A. AR-D28
<Before installation>
• Start installation after checking that the DATA and COMMUNICATION indicators on the operation panel are neither lit nor
blinking.
<2> Hold the main unit of the printer at the positions shown in the
illustration and put the main unit on the stand/paper drawer
so that the front side and the left side of the main unit are
aligned to those of the stand/paper drawer.
Front side
Rear side
<Parts included>
Front mounting
plates: 2 pcs.
Screws (M4x6):
4 pcs.
Rear mounting
plates: 2 pcs.
Caution: For installation of the main unit, it must be held by two
persons and installed without haste.
4) Connect the main unit to the stand/paper drawer.
<1> Attach the rear mounting plates using a supplied screw for
each.
Left adjuster: 1 pc.
Left paper guides: 2 pcs.
Rear mounting plate
Right paper guides: 2 pcs.
1) Turn off the main switch of the main unit of the printer.
Turn the main switch located on the front side of the printer to
the "OFF" position.
Then remove the power plug from the outlet.
Screw
Screw
Rear mounting plate
Rear
mounting plate
"OFF"
Desk frame
2) Attach the adjusters and adjust them.
<1> Insert the left adjusters to the stand/paper drawer.
Caution: Insert the rear mounting plates under the desk frame.
<2> Turn the each adjusters to lower them until they touch the
floor.
2
2
2
1
2
∗ Be sure to attach the left adjuster to prevent overturning.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 3
<2> Pull out the upper paper tray of the stand/paper drawer until it
stops and attach the front mounting plates using a supplied
screw for each.
Then, remove the lock of the paper tray and close the tray.
Remove the M4 screw shown in the illustration, insert the circle terminal of ground harness, and it fixes again.
Front
mounting plate
Screw
Front mounting
plate
Screw
<3> Reattach the paper tray of the main unit.
<3> Reattach the power supply I/F harness cover to its original
position and fix it with the removed screw.
At this time, ensure that the power supply I/F harness are
arranged as shown in the illustration.
• Fix the harness securely to the wire saddle.
Screw
Power supply
I/F harness
5) Connect the power supply I/F harness to the PCU PWB of the
main unit of the printer.
<1> Remove the screw that fixes the harness cover of the main
unit of the printer and slide the harness cover up to remove it.
Process the harness cover as shown in the illustration.
Screw
Harness cover
Wire saddle
Wire saddle
6) Attach the paper guides to the lower tray (large capacity tray)
and set the size.
Refer to "Setting and adjustment" described later.
∗ If another peripheral device must be installed, carry out the fol-
lowing step at the end of the installation work.
7) Adjust the position of the paper guides of the upper paper tray
of the stand/paper drawer.
Refer to "Setting and adjustment" described later.
Cut out.
8) Carry out the off center adjustment.
Harness cover
<2> Connect the power supply I/F harness connector (red, 22pin)
to CN11 (red connector) of the PCU PWB of the main unit of
the printer.
Connector
CN11
Connect the connector (white, 4pin) of power supply I/F harness to the I/F connector (white, 4pin) of the main unit.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 4
B. AR-D27
<Before installation>
• Start installation after checking that the DATA and COMMUNICATION indicators on the operation panel are neither lit nor
blinking.
<2> Hold the main unit of the printer at the positions shown in the
illustration and put the main unit on the stand/paper drawer
so that the front side and the left side of the main unit are
aligned to those of the stand/paper drawer.
Front side
Rear side
Caution: For installation of the main unit, it must be held by two
persons and installed without haste.
4) Connect the main unit to the stand/paper drawer.
<1> Attach the rear mounting plates using a supplied screw for
each.
<Parts included>
Rear mounting plate
Front mounting
plates: 2 pcs.
Rear mounting
plates: 2 pcs.
Screws (M4x6):
4 pcs.
Left adjuster: 1 pc.
1) Turn off the main switch of the main unit of the printer.
Turn the main switch located on the front side of the printer to
the "OFF" position.
Then remove the power plug from the outlet.
Screw
Screw
Rear mounting plate
Mounting plate
"OFF"
Desk frame
2) Attach the adjusters and adjust them.
<1> Insert the left adjusters to the stand/paper drawer.
<2> Turn the five adjusters to lower them until they touch the floor.
2
Caution: Insert the rear mounting plates under the desk frame.
<2> Pull out the upper paper tray of the stand/paper drawer until it
stops and attach the front mounting plates using a supplied
screw for each.
Then, remove the lock of the paper tray and close the tray.
Remove the locks of the middle tray and the lower tray similarly.
2
2
1
2
Front
mounting plate
∗ Be sure to attach the left adjuster to prevent overturning.
Caution: The lower tray cannot be pulled out unless the adjuster
is lowered to the specified position.
Screw
3) Put the main unit of the printer on the stand/paper drawer.
<1> Pull out the paper tray of the main unit until it stops and then
remove it by lifting both ends of the tray.
Front mounting
plate
Screw
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 5
<3> Reattach the paper tray of the main unit.
<3> Reattach the harness cover to its original position and fix it
with the removed screw.
At this time, ensure that the power supply I/F harness is
arranged as shown in the illustration.
• Fix the harness securely to the wire saddle.
Screw
Power supply
I/F harness
5) Connect the power supply I/F harness to the PCU PWB of the
main unit of the printer.
<1> Remove the screw that fixes the harness cover of the main
unit of the printer and slide the harness cover up to remove it.
Process the harness cover as shown in the illustration.
Harness cover
Screw
Wire saddle
Wire saddle
6) Adjust the position of the paper guides of the upper paper tray
of the stand/paper drawer.
Refer to "Setting and adjustment" described later.
Cut out.
7) Carry out the off center adjustment.
C. AR-MU2
Harness cover
<2> Connect the power supply I/F harness connector (red, 22pin)
to CN11 (red connector) of the PCU PWB of the main unit of
the printer.
Connector
CN11
<Parts included>
Connect the connector (white, 4pin) of power supply I/F harness to the I/F connector (white, 4pin) of the main unit.
Remove the M4 screw shown in the illustration, insert the circle terminal of ground harness, and it fixes again.
Front mounting plates: Rear mounting plates:
2 pcs.
2 pcs.
Screws (M4x8):
4 pcs.
1) Turn off the main switch of the main unit of the printer.
Turn the main switch located on the front side of the main unit
to the "OFF" position.
Then, remove the power plug of the main unit from the outlet.
"OFF"
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 6
2) Put the main unit of the printer on the multi purpose drawer.
<1> Pull out the paper tray of the main unit until it stops and then
remove it by lifting both ends of the tray.
<2> Pull out the paper tray of the multi purpose drawer until it
stops and attach the front mounting plates using a supplied
screw for each.
Then, remove the lock of the paper tray and close the tray.
Front
mounting plate
Screw
<2> Hold the main unit of the printer at the positions shown in the
illustration and put the main unit on the multi purpose drawer
so that the front side and the left side of the main unit are
aligned to those of the multi purpose drawer.
Front side
Front mounting plate
Screw
<3> Reattach the paper tray of the main unit of the printer.
Rear side
4) Remove the multi rear cabinet.
Caution: For installation of the main unit, it must be held by two
persons and installed without haste.
<1> Remove the two screws that secure the multi rear cabinet.
Screw
3) Connect the main unit of the printer to the multi purpose
drawer.
<1> Attach the rear mounting plates using a supplied screw for
each.
Multi rear cabinet
Rear mounting plate
Screw
Screw
<2> Remove the two screws that secure the Harness protection
sheet.
Screw
Rear mounting plate
Mounting
plate
Tray frame
Caution: Insert the mounting plate under the desk frame.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 7
<3> Remove the filament tape that secure the the power supply I/
F harness.
<3> Connect the connector (white, 4pin) of power supply I/F harness to the I/F connector (white, 4pin) of the main unit.
Connect the power supply I/F harness connector (red, 22pin) to
CN11 (red connector) of the PCU PWB of the main unit of the
printer.
Remove the M4 screw shown in the illustration, insert the circle terminal of ground harness, and it fixes again.
Connector
CN11
5) Connect the harness to the main unit of the printer.
<1> Remove the screw that fixes the harness cover of the main
unit of the printer and then slide the harness cover up to
remove it.
Process the harness cover as shown in the illustration.
Screw
∗ For installation of a finisher or a mail-bin stacker, see its installa-
tion manual.
6) Attach the harness cover.
Reattach the harness cover to its original position and fix it
with the removed screw.
At this time, ensure that the power supply I/F harness is
arranged as shown in the illustration.
Cut out.
• Fix the harness securely to the wire saddle.
Harness cover
Screw
<2> Connect the connector of the relay harness of the multi purpose drawer to the connector of the PCU PWB of the main
unit of the printer.
CN10
Connector
Harness cover
Wire saddle
Wire saddle
∗ If another peripheral device must be installed, carry out the fol-
lowing step at the end of the installation work.
7) Adjust the position of the paper guides of the paper tray.
Refer to "Setting and adjustment" described later.
8) Carry out the off center adjustment.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 8
5. Unpacking and installation of the rack
(AR-RK2)
6. Machine installing procedure
A. Setting related to process
1) Open the left door and the front door, and remove the blue
screw in the developer cartridge section.
2) Remove the developer cartridge from the machine.
1) Attach the rack to the desk unit.
★ Be sure to identify the left and the right racks. Refer to the figure below.
Insert the rack boss into the rack mounting hole (made by
removing the mold of the desk unit), and fix each rack with two
fixing screws (M5 x 70).
3) Remove the top cover of the developer cartridge.
Cam
Rack sheet
Rack with the
rack sheet
attached to it
Rack with the
cam attached
to it
Rack mounting hole
Boss
Fixing screws
(M5x70)
Boss
Rack mounting hole
2) Attach the rack bottom plate.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 9
4) While rotating the MG roller, supply developer into the developer cartridge evenly.
3) Gently remove the sealing tape from the cartridge.
Note that the MG roller must be rotated in the arrow direction
as shown in the figure below.
Use of a metal scale or a screwdriver (-) facilitates the procedure.
Note: Before opening the developer seal, shake it 4 or 5 times.
4) Return the cartridge lock lever.
5) Attach the top cover to the developer cartridge and install the
cartridge to the machine.
∗ After installing the machine, fix it with the blue screw.
B. Toner cartridge settings
1) Remove a new toner cartridge from the package and shake it
horizontally five or six times.
C. Setting related to fusing
1) Put down the right and the left levers of the fusing unit in the
arrow direction.
2) Insert a new toner cartridge.
Push the cartridge in until it locks securely into place.
D. Paper setting
1) Pull out the first stage paper feed tray.
Slowly pull out the tray until it stops.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 10
2) While pressing the paper holding plate, remove the fixing pin.
1) Turn off the main switch of the main unit of the printer.
Turn the main switch located on the front side of the printer to
the "OFF" position.
Then remove the power plug from the outlet.
"OFF"
2) Put the scanner unit on the rack.
3) Put paper in the tray, and close the paper feed tray.
Hold the handle of the scanner unit, and put the scanner unit
on the rack from the front side of the rack as shown in the figure. Slowly slide the scanner unit until it is brought into contact
with the rack and stopped.
Rack
Scanner unit
3) Fix the scanner unit.
Fix the scanner unit which is on the rack with the fixing screw
(M4 x 8), and fix it to the rack with the M4 step screw (long,
short x 2).
7. Unpacking and installation of the
MX-EFX1
M4 stepped
screw
Reference
Reference
Screw
(M4x8
M4 stepped
screw
4) Remove the fixing tape for scanner packing and remove the
fixing screw.
Remove the pack fixing tape and the fixing screws which are
fixing the scanner unit, and remove the packing note.
Be sure to remove it,
or it may cause a trouble.
Parts included in the scanner unit
Operation manual
(1 pc.)
Tray
(1 pc.)
Scanner
rack sheel
(1 pc.)
M4 step
screws (long)
(1 pc.)
M4 step
screws (short)
(2 pcs.)
Fixing screw
(M4x8)
(1 pc.)
Scanner unit
fixing screw
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 11
5) Connect the cable.
Connect the scanner unit connector with the printer connector,
and fix the connectors with two screws attached to the connector.
6) Press the [START] key, and the automatic developer adjustment will be performed.
During execution of the automatic developer adjustment,
“EXECUTING...” is displayed and the toner sensor value is
indicated on the LCD. (DEVE REFERENCE)
7) After about 2 min, the adjustment value is stored in the
machine. Check that the mode was normally completed.
Normal end:
Returns to the initial window (PRESS
START display).
Abnormal end: Returns to the initial window (PRESS
START display), and indicates the trouble
display (TROUBLE! EE-**).
In case of an error end, remove the cause of the error, and
execute the automatic developer adjustment again.
Scanner cable
8) Turn off/on the power, and the machine returns to the normal
mode and enters the warm-up mode.
Screws
Note: When inserting the connector, be careful not to break the
pins, and connect according to the guide.
6) Attach the paper exit tray.
Attach the paper exit tray to the scanner unit as shown in the
figure.
9. Print test
1) After completion of warm-up (normal mode), select [SYSTEM
SETTINGS] → [Data list up] to display the menu.
2) Print [ALL SETUP LIST] to check and confirm the print quality.
3) Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key again to return to the
normal menu.
10. Distortion adjustment
Note: This adjustment must be performed after installing the
machine and its peripheral devices.
There is basically no need because it has been made prior to shipping. If there should be a distortion as shown in the figure below,
perform the adjustment according to the following procedures.
Paper exit tray
8. Automatic developer adjustment
1) Attach the cabinets which were removed.
2) Close the left door.
At that time, keep the front door open.
1) Use a level gauge to check to confirm that the scanner unit is
installed horizontally.
Make a copy, and if any distortion is found as shown in Fig 1 or
Fig. 2, loosen the scanner fixing screw (M4 x 8) and the cam A
fixing screw (M3 x 12) to make an adjustment.
Note: The automatic developer adjustment must be performed by
entering the simulation mode with the front door open. If the
power is turned on with the front door closed, warm-up is
performed to supply toner to the developing unit. As a
result, the reference toner density cannot be obtained.
3) Insert the power plug into the power outlet.
4) Enter simulation 25-2.
Fixing screw
(M4x8)
5) Close the front door.
(LCD Display)
SIMULATION 25-2
AUTOMATIC DV ADJUSTMENT. PRESS START.
HUMIDITY AREA:
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE: 128
Press [START] key.
[Fig. 1]
First copy image
Image
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the operation
is stopped immediately or after 2 min.
Paper
SIMULATION 25-2
AUTOMATIC DV ADJUSTMENT. EXECUTING···.
HUMIDITY AREA:
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE: 118
Difference
• Case of Fig. 1
Shift the cam A in the direction of A by the difference of the image.
For one scale (one groove), shift by 0.5mm.
After shifting the cam, tighten the cam A fixing screw (M3 x 12).
Make a copy again and check to confirm that there is no distortion
on the image.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 12
13. Using the transport handle
[Fig. 2]
1) Remove the screw, and remove the handle.
First copy image
Image
Paper
Difference
• Case of Fig. 2
Shift the cam A in the direction of B by the difference of the image.
For one scale (one groove), shift by 0.5mm.
After shifting the cam, tighten the cam A fixing screw (M3 x 12).
Make a copy again and check to confirm that there is no distortion
on the image.
After adjustment, tighten the fixing screw (M3 x 12) and the scanner fixing screw (M4 x 8).
2) Insert the handle into the left rack notch diagonally upward as
shown in the figure.
Attach the decoration seal to the screw hole.
3) Attach the screw which was removed in procedure 1) to
secure the handle.
(DSPF scan position automatic adjustment)
1) Execute SIM 53-8 after completion of the distortion adjustment.
2) If any distortion is made after execution of the simulation, execute the MB rail position adjustment. (Refer to "3-A OC scan
distortion adjustment (MB-B rail height adjustment)" in [8]
ADJUSTMENTS.)
11. Attach the document scanning label
Reference
6mm
Reference
15mm
4) Lift the rear edge A of the handle to engage the head with
the rack.
12. Adjuster installation and adjustment
1) Insert the left adjuster into the paper feed desk.
2) Turn each adjuster until it is brought into contact with the floor.
A
5) After completion of transport, restore the handle to the original
position.
2
2
2
1
2
∗ Be sure to install the left adjuster in order to prevent falling down
of the machine.
Note: If the adjusters are not lowered to the specified positions,
the lower stage tray cannot be pulled out.
MX-M350/M450 N/U UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 6 - 13
[7] MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION
• Self print of set values
Use of SIM 22-6 allows to print the set values and the jam history of the machine.
These values must be printed before execution of maintenance
or disassembly procedures.
• When assembling, check that the flat cable and the harness
connectors are securely connected.
• When connecting the flat cable, be careful not to break the pins.
When installing the PWB unit and the memory module, use a
Ground Strap to prevent damage caused by electrical discharge.
[Maintenance System Table]
1. Engine section
Maintenance cycle : 200K
✕ Check (Clean, replace, or adjust as necessary.) ❍ Clean
▲ Replace
∆ Adjust
✩ Lubricate
❏ Move position
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
Remark
calling
Drum peripheral Drum
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
Cleaner blade
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ Replace at 200K or 1 year.
P/G No.: [10]-49
Toner reception seal
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [10]-42
Side molt F
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [10]-33
Side molt R
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [10]-37
Transfer roller
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-8
Discharge plate
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-2
TR bearing (F/R)
✕
✕
✕
▲
✕
✕
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-9, 18
Transfer roller collar
✕
✕
✕
▲
✕
✕
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-10
After-transfer star ring
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ P/G No.: [5]-19
TR gear
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-15
Drum separation pawl unit
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-501
MC unit
✕
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲ Includes the screen grid, the
charging plate, and the MC
cleaner.
❍: Charging plate cleaning by
the MC cleaner
P/G No.: [9]-901
Paper guide
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Developing
Developer
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲ Supplied when installing
DV blade
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-55
section
DSD collar
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
DV side seal F
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-38
DV side seal R
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-43
Toner cartridge
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
– Attached when installing./
750g, user replacement for every
35K.
Fusing section
Upper heat roller
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [7]-46
Lower heat roller
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [7]-22
Upper separation pawl
❍
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲ P/G No.: [7]-3
Lower separation pawl
❍
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲ P/G No.: [7]-41
Thermistor
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Clean and remove paper dust.
Upper heat roller gear
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [7]-47
Paper guides
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Gears
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
CL roller
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [7]-52
CL roller bearing
✕
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [7]-53
Filters
Ozone filter
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲ P/G No.: [12]-2
Paper feed
Pick-up roller
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Note 1
Paper feed roller
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Note 1
section
Separation roller
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Note 1
Torque limiter
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Note 1
Transport section Resist roller
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Transport rollers
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Paper exit
Transport paper guides
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
reverse section
Paper dust remover unit
❍
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲ P/G No.: [14]-51
Optical reflection sensor
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ PS roller unit section
Drive section
Gears (Specified position)
✕
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
Belts
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Image quality
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Other
Sensors
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕ Clean with air.
Unit name
Part name
Note 1: Replacement reference: Use the counter value of each paper feed port as the replacement reference.
Paper feed roller/Separation pad/Torque limiter section (Include Desk, Multi purpose): 100K or 1 year
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 1
2. Scanner / DSPF
Maintenance cycle : 200K
✕ Check (Clean, replace, or adjust as necessary.) ❍ Clean
Unit name
Optical
section
DSPF
▲ Replace
∆ Adjust
✩ Lubricate
❏ Move position
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
Remark
calling
Mirror/Lens/Reflector/Sensors
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Table glass/Dust-proof glass/OC
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
White reference glass
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Rails
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
Drive belt/Drive wire/Pulley
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Paper feed
Pick-up roller
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Note 2
section
Paper feed roller
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Note 2
Separation mylar lower
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Note 2
Separation pad
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Note 2
Transport section PS roller
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Exposure section
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
(Dust-proof glass)
Paper exit
Paper exit roller
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
section
Other
Sensors
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Clean with air.
Part name
Note 2: Replacement reference: Replace by using the SPF counter value as an indication.
Paper feed section pickup roller, paper feed roller, separation pad, separation lower mylar lower:
100K or 1 year
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 2
3. Peripheral devices
Maintenance cycle : 50K
✕ Check (Clean, replace, or adjust as necessary.) ❍ Clean
Option name
Finisher
Part name
Transport section
Drive section
Other
Transport rollers
De-curler roller
Transport paper
guides
Gears
Belts
Sensors
Discharge brush
▲ Replace
∆ Adjust
✩ Lubricate
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
calling
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
(❍)✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
Staple unit
Transport section
Drive section
Other
Saddle finisher, Transport section
punch unit
Drive section
Other
Transport rollers
Transport paper
guides
Gears
Belts
Sensors
Discharge brush
Transport rollers
Transport paper
guides
Gears
Belts
Sensors
Discharge brush
(Specified position)
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
(Specified position)
✕
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✕
(Specified position)
Staple unit
Staple cartridge
Punch unit
ADU
+ Manual feed
Remark
Replace unit
at 200K staple.
User replacement
for every 3000 pcs.
Staple cartridge
Mail-bin
stacker
❏ Move position
Paper feed
Paper feed
separation section rollers
Transport section Transport rollers
Transport paper
guides
Drive section
Gears
Belts
Other
Sensors
(❍)✕
Replace unit at 300K
staple.
User replacement
for every 5000 pcs.
Replace unit at
1000K.
(❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ (❍)✕ Note 3
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
✩
✕
✕
Note 3: Replacement reference: Use the counter value of each paper feed port as the replacement reference.
Paper feed section pickup roller, paper feed roller, separation pad: 100K or 1 year
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 3
(Specified position)
[DETAILS OF EACH SECTION]
1. Process section
A. General
Toner is attached to electrostatic latent images formed by the laser
beams which were radiated to the OPC drum charged by the main
charger, forming toner images.
The toner images formed on the OPC drum are transferred to
paper by the transfer roller.
4
3
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Name
Toner cartridge
Developer unit
Transfer roller
Process drum unit
Main charger unit
5
2
1
Operation
Supplies toner to the developing unit, and collects waste toner.
Mixes toner and carrier, and attaches toner to electrostatic latent images to form visible images.
Transfers toner to the paper.
The electrostatic image formed by the laser on the drum comes in contact with the developer to
form the visible image on the OPC drum.
Charges the drum evenly with a negative charge.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 4
Process Section Composition and Applying Voltage
MAX 8KV
constant current
opc27 m
ctc27 m 13
Separation electrode
3
12
1
-1.8KV
4
-650V
(-620V)
11 10
2
30
9
6
-800V
5
25µA (45ppm)
19µA (35ppm)
MAX 5KV
15
7
16
Paper dust cleaner
200M
200M
14
14
8
-500V
(-470)
Toner density sensor
Temperature/humidity sensor
Composition of process section
1
Laser beam
2
Photoconductor drum
3
4
Main charger
Screen grid
5
MG roller
6
7
Developing doctor
Toner quantity sensor
8
Temperature/humidity sensor
9
10
11
12
13
CRUM-IC
Transfer roller
Separation electrode
Drum separation pawl
Cleaning blade
14
15
16
High voltage resistor PWB
Resist roller
Paper dust cleaner
Forms latent electrostatic images on the photoconductor drum. (Writing resolution: 600dpi)
The output from LSU can be set with the simulation. (Basically the initial setup is used.)
Latent electrostatic images are formed on the photoconductor drum. It attracts toner to the
electrostatic images and transfers them to paper. An OPC drum of 30mm diameter is employed.
Applies a high voltage to charge the OPC drum. Of saw teeth type.
Charges electric charges generated from the main charger to the OPC drum evenly. -650V, 35cpm
Copy, -620V only for AE.
Forms a magnetic brush with developer and puts toner on the OPC drum. -500V, 35cpm
Copy, -470V only for AE.
Keeps the thickness of developer and toner (magnetic brush) on the MG roller at a constant level.
Detects the quantity of toner in the developing unit. A magnetic sensor of transmission type is
employed.
The temperature and the humidity inside the machine are detected, and process control is
performed according to the detected temperature and humidity.
Toner cartridge conditions (destination, toner motor rotating time, empty, near empty, etc.)
Applies a voltage to transfer toner on the OPC drum to paper.
The electrode to separate paper from the OPC drum by the potential difference.
The pawl to separate paper from the OPC drum mechanically.
Made of silicon rubber. Removes remaining toner from the OPC drum. Always in contact with the
drum.
Prevents a high voltage from leaking through the paper guide at a high humidity. 200MΩ each.
Bends paper to adjust the paper feed timing to the process section.
Removes paper dust from the resist roller to reduce mixing of paper dusts into the process section.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 5
[OPC drum section]
A. General
In this section the laser beam expose's the drum. The latent image
is formed on the OPC drum. Then is sent to the development unit.
B. Major parts and signal functions
8FE-BT-VK-N
DSW-L
8
DSW-L
7
GND2
6
GND2
5
DM\
4
DM-T
3
DMCLK\
2
(NC)
1
DM
PSPS
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
2 PSPS\
1
1 +24V1
2
9
4
5
7
6
8
3
2
2
1
SRA-21T-4L
RD
SRA-21T-3
WH
SRA-21T-4L
WH
SRA-21T-3
RD
BIAS
Code
DM
PSPS
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
name
DM
PSPS
PS-187
RD
MHV
PS-187
WH
THV
PS-187
YL
GB
PS-187
BL
DHV
PS-187
GR
DV
HV
1-84432-4(AMP)
DSW-F
1
GND2
2
3
GND2
4
DHVREM
5
MHVREM\
THV+PWM\
6
GBPWM\
7
8
DHVPWM\
9
THV-PWM\
10
DVREM\
DVPWM\
11
THVREM\
12
MHV-T
13
THin
14
CN15
9604S-14F
1 DSW-F
2 GND2
3 GND2
4 DHVREM
5 MHVREM\
6 THV+PWM\
7 GBPWM\
8 DHVPWM\
9 THV-PWM\
10 DVREM\
11 DVPWM\
12 THVREM\
13 MHV-T
14 THin
PCU PWB
CN5
B8B-PH-K-S
GND2
+5V2
CRUCLK
CRUSDA
PSPS\
+24V1
(NC)
+24V1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CN6
9604S-08C
DSW-F
DSW-F
GND2
GND2
DM\
DM-T
DMCLK\
(NC)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
Function/Operation
Type
OPC drum motor
Drum separation pawl solenoid
Drives the OPC drum and the transfer section.
Drives the OPC drum separation pawl
DC brushless motor
Solenoid
Name
OPC drum
Drum separation pawl
Sub blade (Cleaning seal)
Screen grid
Saw-teeth charger
Separation pawl oscillation shaft
Cleaning blade
Waste toner transport pipe
Cleaning unit
Note
Operation
Forms electrostatic latent images by laser beams.
Separates paper from the drum.
Prevents against toner leakage from the cleaner section.
Helps to charge the OPC drum evenly with electric charges provided from the main charger.
Applies a high voltage to charge the OPC drum.
Moves in the front and rear frame direction to install the separation pawl.
Cleans remaining toner on the OPC drum.
Transports toner from the cleaner unit to the waste toner box in the toner cartridge front section.
Saw teeth charger is cleaned.
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C. Operational descriptions
The OPC drum surface is negatively charged by the main charger.
The laser beam images are radiated to the OPC drum surface by
the laser unit to form latent electrostatic images.
3) After transfer operation, remaining toner is removed by the
cleaning blade.
1) The OPC drum surface is negatively charged by the main
charger.
Main corona unit
Drum
High voltage unit
Screen grid
CTL
CGL
Aluminum
layer
OPC drum
The main charger grid is provided with the screen grid. The
OPC drum is charged at a voltage virtually same as the voltage applied to the screen grid.
2) LD lights are radiated to the OPC drum surface by the laser
unit to form latent electrostatic images.
Residual toner removed from the OPC drum surface is transported to the recycle toner collection section in the toner cartridge by the waste toner transport screw.
4) All the surface of the OPC drum is discharged by laser beams.
LD lights
LD lights
CTL
CGL
layer
Aluminum
CTL
CGL
layer
Aluminum
OPC drum
OPC drum
CTL
CGL
layer
Aluminum
When LD lights are radiated to the OPC drum CGL, negative
and positive charges are generated.
Positive charges generated in CGL are attracted to the negative charges on the OPC drum surface. On the other hand,
negative charges are attracted to the positive charges in the
OPC drum aluminum layer.
After completion of the job, laser beams are radiated onto al
the surface of the OPC drum.
When laser beams are radiated onto the CGL of the OPC
drum, positive and negative charges are generated.
Positive charges generated in CGL are attracted to the negative charges on the OPC drum surface. On the other hand,
negative charges are attracted to positive charges in the aluminum layer of the OPC drum.
Therefore, positive and negative charges are balanced out on
the OPC drum surface and in the aluminum layer, reducing
positive and negative charged to decrease the surface voltage
of the OPC drum.
Therefore, positive charges and negative charges are balanced out on the OPC drum and in the aluminum layer, reducing positive and negative charges to decrease the OPC drum
surface voltage.
Electric charges remain at a position where LD lights are not
radiated.
As a result, latent electrostatic images are formed on the OPC
drum surface.
∗ OPC: Organic Photo Conductor
∗ CTL: Charge Transfer Layer
∗ CGL: Charge Generation Layer
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D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Drum
peripheral
No.
Part name
1
2
3
Drum
DSD collar
Cleaner blade
4
5
Toner reception seal
Side molt F
6
Side molt R
7
8
Drum separation pawl unit
MC unit
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
Remark
calling
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ Replace at 200K or 1 year.
P/G No.: [10]-49
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [10]-42
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ Apply side seal powder.
P/G No.: [10]-33
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ Apply side seal powder.
P/G No.: [10]-37
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [5]-501
✕
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲
❍
▲ Includes the screen grid,
the charging plate, and the
MC cleaner.
❍: Charging plate cleaning
by the MC cleaner
P/G No.: [9]-901
6
4
2
8
1
3
7
5
2
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
b
Unit
Drum cartridge
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
Parts
MC unit
Drum
DSD collar
Drum separation pawl unit
Toner reception seal
Cleaner blade
Side molt F
Side molt R
Separation solenoid
a. Drum cartridge
1) Release the lock, and pull out the left door.
×❍
2) Open the front door, and remove the screw.
▲
❍
×
×
×
×
×
b-1
a-8
a-5
a
a-3
a-2
a-1
3) Put down the DV guide handle. Loosen the screw, and remove
the drum cartridge.
a-6
a-4
a-7
a-3
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 8
a-1. MC unit
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Check to confirm that the cleaning unit is inserted fully to the
bottom.
∗ When installing, install the DSD collar R to the drum frame, then
install the drum and the DSD collar F. When installing the DSD
collar, engage the DSD collar boss with the drum frame hole.
3) Remove the pawl, and remove the MC unit.
a-4. Drum separation pawl unit
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the drum separation pawl unit.
∗ For cleaning the MC unit (charging plate), reciprocate the cleaning unit back and forth 3 times or more.
∗ When handling the separation pawl, be careful not to break or
scratch the tip of the separation pawl and keep it away from dirt.
After installing the drum separation pawl unit, push the separation
lever and check to confirm that the separation pawl operates normally.
a-2. Drum
a-3. DSD collar
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Loosen the screw, and remove the drum boss mounting plate.
3) Remove the drum, and remove the DSD collar.
∗ When removing the drum, place the drum cartridge as shown in
the figure and remove the drum.
a-5. Toner reception seal
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Remove the drum and the DSD collar.
3) Remove the drum separation pawl unit.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the toner reception seal.
∗ When replacing the OPC drum, clear the following counters.
(a)
• Drum rotating time
• Drum counter
∗ When installing a new drum, apply starting powder.
∗ When installing the toner reception seal, tighten the screw (a) on
the positioning side for the first time. Check to confirm that the
process earth plate and the toner reception seal are conductive.
(10Ω or less)
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 9
a-6. Cleaner blade
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Remove the drum and the DSD collar.
3) Pull it out until the cleaning unit stops.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the cleaner blade.
∗ When removing the drum blade, place the drum as shown in the
figure and remove the drum blade to prevent toner from dispersing.
∗ Do not damage the cleaner blade. Do not touch the lead edge.
∗ When attaching the side molts F/R, attach them to the attachment reference as shown.
∗ After attaching the side molt F/R, push the both ends of the
blade with your fingers to check to confirm that the red moquette
moves smoothly.
0.3mm
0.3mm
Reference
Reference
0mm
0mm
Side molt R
0.5mm
(From the blade edge)
0.1mm
0.1mm
Reference
Side molt F
0.3mm
0mm
Reference
Put side seal powder (1g) on the moquettes F/R and spread side
seal powder all over the moquettes surfaces.
Side seal powder: UKOG-0309FCZZ
∗ Do not apply powder excessively to the ambient parts.
∗ Be careful not to damage the cleaning blade and the side blade.
∗ When installing the cleaner blade, pull the cleaner shaft fully
toward you.
∗ After installing the cleaner blade, insert the cleaner shaft fully to
the bottom.
a-7. Side molt F
a-8. Side molt R
1) Remove the drum cartridge.
2) Remove the drum and the DSD collar.
b-1. Separation solenoid
3) Remove the toner reception seal.
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
4) Remove the cleaner blade.
5) Remove the side molt F and R.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 10
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the PCU
PWB unit.
3) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the separation solenoid unit.
4) Remove the E-ring and the screw, and remove the separation
solenoid.
[Transfer section]
A. General
In this section, toner images on the OPC drum are transferred to
paper.
B. Major parts and signal functions
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 11
8FE-BT-VK-N
DSW-L
8
DSW-L
7
GND2
6
GND2
5
DM\
4
DM-T
3
DMCLK\
2
(NC)
1
DM
5
4
3
5
6
2
4
1
SRA-21T-4L
RD
SRA-21T-3
WH
SRA-21T-4L
WH
SRA-21T-3
RD
BIAS
Code
DM
THV
DHV
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
name
DM
THV
DHV
3
PS-187
RD
MHV
PS-187
WH
THV
PS-187
YL
HV
GB
PS-187
BL
DHV
PS-187
GR
DV
Name
OPC drum motor
Transfer high voltage
High separation voltage
Name
Transfer roller
Discharge plate (Separation electrode)
TR bearing (F/R)
Transfer roller collar
After-transfer star ring
TR gear
1-84432-4(AMP)
DSW-F
1
GND2
2
3
GND2
DHVREM
4
5
MHVREM\
THV+PWM\
6
GBPWM\
7
8
DHVPWM\
9
THV-PWM\
DVREM\
10
11
DVPWM\
THVREM\
12
MHV-T
13
THin
14
CN15
9604S-14F
1 DSW-F
2 GND2
3 GND2
4 DHVREM
5 MHVREM\
6 THV+PWM\
7 GBPWM\
8 DHVPWM\
9 THV-PWM\
10 DVREM\
11 DVPWM\
12 THVREM\
13 MHV-T
14 THin
Function/Operation
PCU PWB
CN6
9604S-08C
DSW-F
DSW-F
GND2
GND2
DM\
DM-T
DMCLK\
(NC)
Type
Drives the OPC drum and the transfer section. DC brushless motor
High voltage for transfer
High voltage for separation of paper
Function
Transfers toner images from the OPC drum surface to paper.
Separates paper from the drum.
Transfer roller bearing
Transfer roller collar
Guides paper after transfer.
Transfer roller drive gear
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Note
C. Operational descriptions
1) Toner image transfer
Toner images formed on the drum by the developing roller are
transferred to paper by the transfer roller.
Toner on the drum is negatively charged by stirring in the
developing unit. By applying a positive voltage to the transfer
roller, the transfer roller and paper on the transfer roller are
positively charged to transfer negatively charged toner images
to paper.
Separation electrode
-1.8KV
2) Transfer roller cleaning
After completion of the job, the applied voltage to the transfer
roller is switched to negative in order to attract toner from the
transfer roller to the OPC drum, cleaning the drum with the
cleaning blade.
Separation electrode
-1.8KV
-800V
-800V
25 A 45ppm
19 A 35ppm
MAX 5KV
25 A 45ppm
19 A 35ppm
MAX 5KV
200M
200M
Separation operation
Since paper with toner images transferred on it is positively
charged, a high negative voltage is applied to the separation electrode to separate the paper from the drum.
Separation electrode
-1.8KV
The transfer cleaning voltage and the developing positive bias are
applied to the OPC drum at the timing shown below so that
remaining toner on the transfer roller is attracted again to the OPC
drum, performing cleaning.
1) When the power is turned on:
CLEANING
READY CONDITION
WARMING UP
∗ However, the cleaning voltage is not applied during warm up
after completion of SIM.
2) After completion of a print job
1sec
-800V
CLEANING
PRINTING Job
25 A 45ppm
19 A 35ppm
MAX 5KV
3) After printing 100 sheets (during 1 job)
200M
PRINTING (100 Sheets)
1sec
1sec
CLEANING PRINTING (100 Sheets)
CLEANING
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 13
D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Transfer
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part name
Transfer roller
Discharge plate
TR bearing (F/R)
Transfer roller collar
After-transfer star ring
TR gear
When
calling
✕
✕
✕
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
Remark
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
▲
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
▲
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
▲
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
▲
P/G No.: [5]-8
P/G No.: [5]-2
P/G No.: [5]-9, 18
P/G No.: [5]-10
P/G No.: [5]-19
P/G No.: [5]-15
4
5
3
6
1
2
4
3
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
Transfer roller unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
Parts
After-transfer star ring
Discharge plate
Transfer roller
Transfer roller collar
TR bearing (F/R)
TR gear
2) Remove the transfer lock pawl, and pull out the transfer roller
unit.
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
a-4
a-5
a-1
a-6
a-3
a
a-2
a-4
a-5
a. Transfer roller unit
a-1. After-transfer star ring
1) Remove the transfer roller unit.
2) Remove the transfer rear star ring.
1) Pull out the left door.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 14
a-2. Discharge plate
1) Remove the transfer roller unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the discharge plate holder and
the discharge plate.
a-3. Transfer roller
a-4. Transfer roller collar
a-5. TR bearing (F/R)
a-6. TR gear
1) Remove the transfer roller unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the discharge plate holder and
the discharge plate.
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[Developing section]
A. General
In this section, toner is attached to electrostatic latent images
formed by laser beams on the OPC drum, making visible images.
B. Major parts and signal functions
CN6
9604S-08C
1 DSW-F
2 DSW-F
3 GND2
4 GND2
5 DM\
6 DM-T
7 DMCLK\
8 (NC)
TM1
DM
CN7
173981-2
BK
1 TMA
BK
2 TMB
HUS-DV
TH-DV
1
3
1
2
3
CN5
B8B-PH-K-S
BR
1 GND2
GY
2 +5V2
BL
3 CRUCLK
BR
4 CRUSDA
5 PSPS\
6 +24V1
7 (NC)
8 +24V1
TCS
3
51021-0400
(NC)
1
+24V1
2
TCS
3
GND2
4
HUS-DV
TH-DV
TCS
ZHR-4
+5V2
HUS-DV
GND2
TH-DV
1
2
3
4
QR/P8-12S-C(01)
DVCH1
1
DVCH2
2
BR
DVCH3
3
BR
TH-DV
4
GY
GND2
5
GND2
6
BR
TCS
7
GY
GND2
8
RD
+24V1
9
BL
+5V2
10
BR
HUS-DV
11
WH
DVBias
12
BR
BR
BR
BR
GY
GY
BR
GY
RD
BL
BR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
WH
12
#187
Bias
SRA-21T-3
Bias
HUS-DV
Signal
name
HUS-DV
TH-DV
TH-DV
TCS
DM
TM1
Bias
TCS
DM
TM
Bias
Code
No.
1
2
3
Name
Function/Operation
Developing humidity sensor
Developing temperature
thermistor
Toner density sensor
Drum motor
Toner motor
Developing bias
Name
Developing roller
DV doctor
Mixing roller (MX roller)
Developing section peripheral humidity
detection
Temperature detection around the
developing unit
Toner density detection
Drives the drum/developing section.
Drives the toner hopper.
High voltage for developing bias
CN8
B11B-PH-K-S
1 DVCH1
2 DVCH2
3 DVCH3
4 TH-DV
5 GND2
6 GND2
7 TCS
8 GND2
9 +24V1
10 +5V2
11 HUS-DV
PCU PWB
Type
Note
Humidity sensor
Analog detector
Thermistor
Analog
Magnetic sensor
Analog detector
DC brushless motor
Synchronous motor
Operation
Forms magnetic brush with developer and put toner on the OPC drum.
Keeps the height of the magnetic brush on the developing roller at a fixed level.
Mixes developer (carrier and toner) and charges toner negatively.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 16
C. Operational descriptions
Electrostatic latent images formed on the OPC drum by the Laser
unit (LD image light) are converted into visible images by toner.
layer
Aluminum
CGL
CTL
Drum
-500V
(-470V)
Toner in the developing unit is stirred by the mixing roller.
When toner is stirred, it is negatively charged by mechanical friction.
The developing bias voltage (negative) is applied to the developing
roller.
Negatively charged toner is attracted and attached to the area on
the OPC drum where negative voltage is reduced by exposure.
On the other hand, the negative voltage at an area where exposure is not made is higher than the developing bias voltage, and
toner is not attached.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 17
D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
No.
Developing
section
1
2
3
4
5
Part name
Developer
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Toner cartridge
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
Remark
calling
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲ Supplied when installing
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-55
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-38
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲
✕
▲ P/G No.: [11]-43
Attached when installing./
750g, user replacement for every 35K.
5
4
2
1
3
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
b
Unit
DV cartridge
a. DV cartridge
1) Release the lock, and pull out the left door.
Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
Developer
DV blade
DV side seal F
DV side seal R
Toner density sensor
Temperature/humidity sensor
Toner cartridge
Toner motor
▲
✕
✕
✕
2) Open the front door, and remove the screw.
b-2
a-6
a-4
a-1
a-5
3) Put down the DV guide handle, release the lock, and remove
the DV cartridge.
b-1
a
a-3
a-2
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a-1. Developer
1) Remove the DV cartridge.
∗ When attaching the DV blade, attach to the attachment reference shown in the figure below.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the DV cover.
0mm
Reference
(Step)
0.5mm
0mm
0.5mm
Reference
a-3. DV side seal F
a-4. DV side seal R
1) Remove the DV cartridge.
2) Remove the DV side seal F and the DV side seal R.
3) Remove old developer.
∗ Use a metal scale or a minus screwdriver for easy operation.
4) Supply new developer.
∗ When attaching the SV side seals F and R, attach them to the
attachment reference shown in the figure below.
0.5mm
0.5mm
Reference
Reference
0mm
0mm
0mm
0.5mm 0.5mm
Reference
a-2. DV blade
1) Remove the DV cartridge.
2) Remove the DV blade.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 19
Reference
0mm
a-5. Toner density sensor
a-8. Toner motor
a-6. Humidity sensor
1) Remove the toner cartridge.
1) Remove the DV cartridge.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
2) Remove the bottom cover.
3) Remove the bottom cover.
4) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the humidity sensor.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the PCU
PWB unit.
a-7. Toner cartridge
1) Open the left door and the front door.
2) Release the lock and remove the toner cartridge.
3) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the toner
motor unit.
4) Remove the coupling and the spring from the toner motor.
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2. Fusing section
A. General
This section explains how the toner is fused to the paper by heat
and pressure.
Paper
exit
Copy
Fusing
Fusing roller
(Heating)
Paper exit
roller
Main
motor
Fusing roller
(Pressing)
Heater lamps
(2 pcs.)
Power/
Filter PWB
B. Major parts and signal functions
09P-RWZV-K4GG-P4
+CZHR-05V-S
B-5
B-4
B-3
B-2
B-1
09R-RWZV-K2GGP4
+CZHR-05V-S
SMP-04V-NC+SMR-04V-N
B-1
BR
B-2
GY
B-3
BR
B-4
GY
B-5
WH
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
BR
1
RTH1
1
2
GND2
2
3
RTH2
3
4
GND2
4
GY
PCU
PWB
BR
GY
VLP-03V+VLR-03V
WH
BK
GY
1
HL1 (HL1N*)
1
2
HL2 (HL2N*)
2
3
L2 (L*)
3
AC/DC
*: 100V
1
BR
(NC)
2
HLPR
3
HLCNT1
CN1
B03P-VL
SRA-51T-4
SRA-51T-4
FILTER PWB
L2out
CN1
(NC)
B03P-VL(RD)
L2in
3
HL1 (HL1N*)
2
HL2 (HL2N*)
3
L2 (L*)
BR
4
BR
HLCNT2
5
MSW MON
6
DCCNT/
BR
GY
7
BR
GY
*: 100V
BK
WH
2
1
1
BR
RD
+24VPR
PWB
CN14
B16B-PH-K-S
CN2
B7B-PH-K-S
WH
BK
BK
GY
TAIWAN ONLY
VLP-03V+VLR-03V
1
HL1
1
2
HL2
2
3
L2
3
REACTOR
PWB
CN2
B03P-VL
CN1
B2P4-VH
HL-1N
1
HL-2N
2
HL-L
3
L2
1
(NC)
2
(NC)
3
L2R
4
CN5
B12P-HL-A
BR
1
FW
2
+24VPR
3
HLPR
4
+12V2
5
HLCNT1
6
HLCNT2
7
RTH1
8
GND2
9
RTH2
10
GND2
11
(NC)
12
(NC)
13
MSW MON
+24V1
1
14
BUP_PR
+24V2
2
15
GND
BK
+24V3
3
16
GND
BR
+5V1
4
WH
+5VOPT
5
CN1
B03P-VL
BK
BK
RD
6
HL1
+3.3V1
7
2
HL2
GND2
8
3
L2
GND2
9
GND2
10
L
#187(BK)
L2R
#187(BK)
CN17
B9P-VH
OR
+3.3V1
1
WH
WH
RD
GND2
11
FW
12
OR
RD
GY
RD
GY
GY
GY
GY
1
+24V1
2
+24V2
3
GND2
4
+5V2
5
+5V2
6
+3.3V1
7
+3.3V1
8
GND2
9
GND2
OR
BR
OR
BK
GY
GY
200V ONLY
CN9
9604S-08C
MM
6
7
9
Rth1
5 2
7,8
8
Rth2
HLTS
HL2
8FE-ST-VK-N
DSW-L
8
DSW-L
7
GND2
6
GND2
5
+5V2
4
GND2
3
MM\
2
MM-T
1
HL1
10
4
3
1
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9
1
DSW-F
2
DSW-F
3
GND2
4
GND2
5
+5V2
6
GND2
7
MM\
8
MM-T
Cleaning
roller
Code
RTH1
RTH2
HLTS
HL1
HL2
MM
Active
Signal
Name
Type
Function/Operation
name
condition
RTH1
Fusing temperature Thermistor Detects the surface temperature of the fusing roller
Analog input
sensor (1)
(heating). (Center section)
RTH2
Fusing temperature Thermistor Detects the surface temperature of the fusing roller
Analog input
sensor (2)
(heating). (Side roller section)
HLTS
Thermostat (1)
Opens the circuit to the heater lamp when the temperature
rises abnormally. [For the fusing roller (heating)]
HL1
Heater lamp (1)
Heats the fusing roller (heating).
HL2
Heater lamp (2)
Heats the fusing roller (heating).
MM
Main motor
Drives the fusing unit.
1
Heater lamp 1
2
Heater lamp 2
3
Upper heat roller
4
Lower heat roller
5
6
7
Fusing upper separation pawl
Fusing lower separation pawl
Thermistor (Center)
8
Thermistor (Side)
9
Thermostat
10
Cleaning roller
Note
Generates heat and transmits heat to the heat roller. The temperature is controlled by the
thermistor. (Generates heat for the upper roller.)
Generates heat and transmits heat to the heat roller. The temperature is controlled by the
thermistor. (Generates heat for the upper roller.)
Transmits heat to melt toner on paper and fuse toner by means of a pressure with the lower heat
roller.
Fuses toner on paper by means of a pressure with the upper heat roller.
To improve fusing capability, the diameter is greater than the conventional ones.
(ø30mm→ø40mm)
Prevents winding of paper around the upper heat roller.
Prevents winding of paper around the lower heat roller.
Detects the surface temperature of the upper heat roller.
(On/off of heater lamp 1 is controlled according to the detected temperature.)
Detects the surface temperature of the upper heat roller.
(On/off of heater lamp 2 is controlled according to the detected temperature.)
When an abnormal temperature of the upper heat roller is detected, the heater lamp power is
interrupted.
To reset the thermoset and close the electrical circuit. Reset the switch on top of the thermostat.
Cleans toner on the lower heat roller. The blast process is employed.
The cold steel roller will attract the unused dirty toner from the pressure roller.
C. Operational descriptions
(3) Fusing operation
(1) Fusing unit drive
Toner on paper is heated and pressed to be fused by the heat
roller.
To drive the fusing unit, the drive power is transmitted from the
drive motor (MM) through the connection gear to the upper heat
roller gear.
The drive motor DC brushless motor is driven according to the
control signal sent from the PCU.
PCU
MM
(2) Heater lamp drive
The surface temperature of the heat roller detected by the thermistor is sent to the PCU.
When the temperature is lower than the specified level, the heater
lamp lighting signal is sent from the PCU to the heater lamp drive
circuit in the sub power PWB.
Change to : When the triac for the heater lamp circut is turned on
the AC power is supplied to the heater lamp. Heat is supplied to
the roller.
To prevent abnormally high temperatures to the heat roller, the
thermostat is provided for safety.
When the thermostat is opened, power supply (AC line) to the
heater lamp is prohibited.
Fusing roller (Heating)
HL2
Paper exit
HL1
--------Fusing roller (Pressing)
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(5) Cleaning roller
The fusing heat roller (heating) is provided with two heater lamps,
which heat the fusing roller to fuse toner onto paper.
The fusing section cleaning roller of this machine is made of the
blast process.
1) Change to the fusing unit uses a colder roller to clean
unwanted toner from the pressure roller.
2) Due to coating and the temperature characteristics of the
upper heat roller, toner is not attached to the upper heat roller
but to the lower heat roller.
3) Remaining toner on the lower heat roller is further attached to
the cleaning roller due to the temperature characteristics and
the difference in roughness of surfaces of the rollers.
4) Remaining toner attached to the cleaning roller is accumulated
until the roller is replaced.
The fusing rollers (pressing) are made of silicon rubber because of
the following reasons and purpose.
1) Paper is separated upward. (Since the fusing roller (heating) is
of higher hardness, the fusing roller (pressing) is deformed to
separate paper upward.)
2) The nip quantity is increased to increase heat capacity for
paper.
3) By pressing paper with the flexible roller, toner is fused without
deformation.
(4) Fusing temperature control
The temperature sensor is provided at the center of the fusing
roller (heating).
The roller temperature is detected by the thermistor sensor, and
the heater lamp is controlled so that the temperature is maintained
at the specified level.
In addition, the fusing temperature is switched according to the
kind of paper.
Mode
Ready condition
print mode
Plain paper
Heavy Paper
Postcard
Envelope
Pre-heat
Fusing roller
MX-M350U/ MX-M450U/
M350N
M450N
190°C
190°C
190°C
190°C
190°C
190°C
190°C
190°C
150°C
150°C
D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Fusing
section
No.
Part name
1
2
3
4
5
Upper heat roller
Lower heat roller
Upper separation pawl
Lower separation pawl
Thermistor
6
7
8
9
10
Upper heat roller gear
CL roller
CL roller bearing
Paper guides
Gears
When
calling
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
❍
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
Remark
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
▲
▲
▲
▲
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
✩
▲
▲
▲
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
✩
▲
▲
▲
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
✩
▲
▲
▲
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
❍
✩
▲
▲
▲
❍
✩
P/G No.: [7]-46
P/G No.: [7]-22
P/G No.: [7]-3
P/G No.: [7]-41
Clean and remove
paper dust.
P/G No.: [7]-47
P/G No.: [7]-52
P/G No.: [7]-53
3
6
2
8
5
7
1
4
8
5
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(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
Fusing unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
a
a-9
a-8
Parts
Lower separation pawl
Upper separation pawl
Thermistor
Lower heat roller
CL roller
CL roller bearing
Heater lamp
Upper heat roller
Upper heat roller gear
Thermostat
3) Pull the fusing lever, and remove the fusing unit.
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
a-2
a-4
a-6
a-5
a-1. Lower separation pawl
a-1
a-3
a-7
a-10
a-6
a-3
1) Remove the fusing unit.
2) Open the fusing rear lower PG, and remove the lower separation pawl.
a. Fusing unit
1) Pull out the left door.
a-2. Upper separation pawl
1) Remove the fusing unit.
2) Remove the rear upper PG, and remove the upper separation
pawl.
2) Remove the stopper R.
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a-3. Thermistor
a-5. CL roller
1) Remove the fusing unit.
a-6. CL roller bearing
2) Remove the screw, and remove the fusing drawer. Remove the
connector.
1) Remove the fusing unit.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the thermistor.
2) Remove the lower heat roller.
3) Remove the CL roller, and remove the CL roller bearing.
a-7. Heater lamp
1) Remove the fusing unit.
a-4. Lower heat roller
2) Open the fusing unit.
1) Remove the fusing unit.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the heater lamp.
2) Release pressure with the pressure adjustment lever.
3) Remove the screw, and open the fusing unit.
∗ Be careful not to mistake the installing position of the heater
lamp.
4) Open the fusing rear lower PG.
5) Remove the lower heat roller, and remove the lower heat roller
bearing.
∗ When installing, loosen the screws on the front side
(drawer
ON side) then the screws on the rear side
(gear side) in this
sequence.
∗ Check to confirm again that the screws are tighten securely. (If
any screw is loosened, a bad contact may cause heating.)
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3. Paper feed section
a-8. Upper heat roller
a-9. Upper heat roller gear
1) Remove the fusing unit.
2) Open the fusing unit.
3) Remove the fusing rear upper PG.
4) Remove the heater lamp.
5) Remove the upper heat roller, the roller stopper. The upper
heat roller gear, and the upper heat roller bearing.
A. General
This section picks up paper in the cassette and feed it to the transport roller section.
The capacity of the paper feed tray is 550 sheets for 64g/m2 or 500
sheets for 80g/m2.
There are three kinds of the paper feed desk: 3-stage paper feed
desk (AR-D27), 2-stage paper feed desk (AR-D28), and 1-stage
paper fed desk (AR-MU2). For details, refer to the AR-D27/D28/
MU2 Service Manual.
a-10. Thermostat
1) Remove the fusing unit.
2) Open the fusing unit.
3) Remove the fusing rear upper PG.
4) Remove the heater lamp.
5) Remove the upper heat roller.
6) Remove the screw, and remove the electrode plate and the
thermostat.
∗ When installing, check to confirm that the screws are securely
tighten. (If any screw is loosened, a bad contact may cause
heating.)
∗ A loose screw will provide a bad contact and poor heating will
occur.
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B. Major parts and signal functions
CN2
173979-2
OR 1
LUMB
OR 2
LUMA
173979-2
1
LUMB
2
LUMA
CSS PWB
CSS
CN1
S4B-PH-K-S
CSS
GND2
LUMB
LUMA
LUM
MM
BR
1
GY
2
BR
3
BR
4
179228-3(AMP)
1
+5V2
2
LUD
3
GND2
179228-3(AMP)
+5V2
1
PED
2
GND2
3
CPFC
LUD
PED
2
3
1
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
BR
2 CPFC\
1
RD
1 +24V1
2
PCU PWB
8FE-ST-VK-N
DSW-L
DSW-L
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
MM\
MM-T
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CN9
9604S-08C
1 DSW-F
2 DSW-F
3 GND2
4 GND2
5 +5V2
6 GND2
7 MM\
8 MM-T
CN13
B24B-PHDSS-B
GND2
1
+24V1
2
PED
3
CPFC\
4
+5V2
5
+24V1
6
GND2
7
RRC\
8
LUD
9
+24V1
10
+5V2
11
TRC\
12
GND
13
CSS
14
GND2
15
GND2
16
PPD1
17
LUMB
18
+5V2
19
LUMA
20
CFM1\
21
GND2
22
+24V1
23
GND2
24
PHNR-09-H+BU09P-TR-P-H
GY
RD
BR
BR
BL
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
GY
BR
CPFC
Signal
name
CPFC
LUM
LUM
PED
LUD
PED
LUD
Name
Paper feed clutch
+5V2
PPD1
GND2
+5V2
LUD
GND2
+5V2
PED
GND2
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
BR
BR
2
3
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
4
6
Function/Operation
Paper freed tray section roller ON/
OFF control
Paper feed tray lift-up motor Drives the lift plate of the paper feed
tray.
Defector
Paper empty detection
Defector
Paper tray upper limit detection
Type
Note
Electromagnetic clutch
DC brush motor
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 27
Selection of Rotation
mode/ Brake mode
1
2
3
Name
Take-up roller
Paper feed roller
Separation roller
4
5
Paper upper limit sensor
Paper sensor
6
Lift-up motor
Function
Picks up paper and transports it to the paper feed roller.
Feed paper in the machine.
Rotates simultaneously with the paper feed roller to prevent against overlapped feed.
For the manual feed tray, the separation pad is used instead of the roller.
Detects the top surface of paper and stops paper at the feed position.
Detects paper presence.
(Paper empty, upper limit detection: ON / Paper presence detection: OFF)
Lifts the paper feed base up to the paper feed position (upper limit detection position).
Remark
Except for BPT
Except for BPT
C. Operational descriptions
[Paper size detection]
[Paper feed operation]
(1) Paper width detection VR (MPT/BPT/Machine tray)
(1) Preliminary operation except for the manual feed
tray
Width detection is performed by calculating the voltage (A/D conversion value) of the slide VR in linkage with the side guide plate.
1) Load paper and insert the tray, and the tray sensor will be
turned on.
Paper width and paper size
(The range is set to Standard value ± 6 [mm].)
2) The lift-up motor rotates.
Width detection
pattern
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
3) The upper limit sensor turns on.
(2) Paper feed operation
1) The take-up roller descends.
2) The take-up roller rotates to feed paper.
3) At the same time the paper feed roller rotates to feed paper to
the transport section.
4) At that time, the separation roller rotates to prevent against
overlapped feed.
Paper size
A3/A4
WLT/LT
B4/B5
LG/LTR/Foolscap
A4R
Executive-R
B5R
Standard
value (mm)
297.0
279.4
257.0
215.9
210.0
184.1
182.0
Range (mm)
303.0- 291.0
285.4 - 273.4
263.0 - 251.0
221.9 - 209.9
216.0 - 204.0
190.1 - 178.1
188.0 - 176.0
(2) Paper length sensor
(MPT/2nd and 3rd steps of 3-step paper feed desk)
Length detection is performed by combination of cassette size
sensors 1 - 4.
CSS1
CSS2
CSS4
CSS3
Paper length and paper size
Detection SW status
CSS2
CSS3
ON
OFF
Vertical size
detection pattern
1
CSS1
ON
CSS4
ON
AB series
size
B5
Inch series
size
EXTRA
Detection width
range
147.0 - 198.0
2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
A4
LT
198.0 - 237.0
3
OFF
ON
ON
ON
B5R
EX-R
237.0 - 274.0
4
5
6
7
0
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
A4R
LTR
Foolscap
Extra
B4
LGL
A3
WLT
Tray not installed
274.0 - 314.0
314.0 - 347.0
347.0 - 389.0
389.0 - 432.8
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Same range
size
Postcard
Monarch
DBL P/C
C5
DL
COM-10
ISO-B5
(3) Paper detection method of each tray
1) Machine 1st tray
Paper detection is performed by VR in linkage with both side
guides.
2) Multi-purpose tray
Paper detection is performed by VR in linkage with both side
guides and the detector in linkage with the rear edge plate.
Width detection
pattern
C
A
G
E
D
B
A
B
F
D
D
B
Paper size
B5
A4
B5R
A4R
Foolscap
B4
A3
LT
EX-R
LTR
LGL
WLT
Vertical detection
pattern
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
6
7
For the other than above, the paper size is considered as "Extra."
3) 2nd and 3rd steps of 3-step paper feed tray
Paper detection is performed by the detector in linkage with
the rear edge plate.
CSS1
CSS2
CSS4
CSS3
Paper size for automatic detection
Vertical size
detection pattern
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
CSS1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Detection SW status
CSS2
CSS3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
CSS4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
AB series size
Inch series size
B5
EXTRA
A4
LT
B5R
EX-R
A4R
LTR
Foolscap
EXTRA
B4
LGL
A3
WLT
Tray not installed
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Detection width
range
147.0 - 198.0
198.0 - 237.0
237.0 - 274.0
274.0 - 314.0
314.0 - 347.0
347.0 - 389.0
389.0 - 432.8
[Paper remaining quantity detection]
(1) Paper remaining quantity detection
Paper remaining quantity detection is common in each tray except for the manual feed tray. Remaining quantity is indicated in 3 steps plus
paper empty (4 steps in total).
(2) Detection method
Paper remaining quantity is detected by the number of times of changing of the remaining quantity sensor from when the tray starts lifting up
to when the upper limit sensor turns on.
(Remaining quantity sensor status change when the tray is moving up and remaining quantity)
Paper empty is detected by
the paper empty sensor.
When paper empty is detected
MCPED
(Paper empty sensor)
Rotating plate
Paper remaining quantity
detection actuator
1/3 area
sensor logic LOW
MCSPD
(Paper remaining quantity sensor)
Paper remaining quantity at 1/3
2/3 area
sensor logic HIGH
Paper remaining quantity at 2/3
3/3 area
sensor logic LOW
Paper remaining quantity at 3/3
Indication of remaining quantity
Paper quantity: 100%
Paper quantity: 66%
Paper quantity: 33%
Paper quantity: 0%
Sensor status
Paper quantity sensor: OFF
Paper quantity sensor: ON
Paper quantity sensor: OFF (2nd time)
Paper sensor: OFF
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D.
Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Paper feed
No.
1
2
3
4
section
Part name
Pick-up roller
Paper feed roller
Separation roller
Torque limiter
When
calling
✕
✕
✕
✕
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
Remark
Note 1
Note 1
Note 1
Note 1
Note 1: Replacement reference: Use the counter value of each paper feed port as the replacement reference.
Paper feed roller/Separation pad/Torque limiter section (Include Desk, Multi purpose): 100K or 1 years
2
1
4
3
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Parts
Pick-up roller
Paper feed roller
Separation roller
Torque limiter
Paper feed cassette upper limit
detection
Paper feed cassette paper
empty detection
Cassette detection PWB
Lift-up motor
a-1. Pick-up roller
a-2. Paper feed roller
✕
✕
✕
✕
a-3. Separation roller
a-4. Torque limiter
1) Pull out No. 1 paper feed tray unit.
a-7
a-8
a-5
a-2
a-6
a-1
a-4
a-3
2) Disengage the pawl, and remove the paper guide.
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3) Disengage the pawl, and remove the pickup roller and the
paper feed roller.
a-7. Cassette detection PWB
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
4) Disengage the pawl, and remove the separation roller and the
torque limiter.
2) Remove the connector, and remove the cassette detection
PWB.
a-5. Paper feed cassette upper limit detection
a-8. Lift-up motor
a-6. Paper feed cassette paper empty detection
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
1) Pull out No. 1 paper feed tray unit, and remove the paper
guide.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the pickup roller arm.
3) Remove the paper feed roller and each part.
4) Remove the pickup roller shaft, and remove the pickup roller
guide.
5) Remove the actuator.
6) Remove the connector, the paper feed cassette upper limit
detection, and the paper feed cassette paper empty detection.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the lift-up
motor unit.
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3) Remove the E-ring, the gear, and the spring.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the lift-up motor.
4. Transport section/Paper exit reverse
section
A. General
In this paper transport section, paper fed from each paper feed
port is transported to the resist roller section, where the lead edge
of the paper is aligned with the lead edge of images on the OPC
drum. Images are transferred onto paper in the transfer section,
and the paper is discharged face-up or face-down through the fusing section.
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B. Major parts and signal functions
SMR-06V+SMP-06V-NC
BR
1 /POMXA
1
BR
2 /POMA
2
BR
3 /POMB
3
BR
4 /POMXB
4
RD
5 +24V1
5
RD
6 +24V1
6
SMP-03V-BC+SMR-03V-B
BL
BR
1
1 POD1
BR
GY
2
2 GND2
GY
BL
3
3 +5V2
179228-3
BL
1 POD1
BR
2 GND2
GY
3 +5V2
179228-3
BL
3 +5V2
BR
1 POD2
GY
2 GND2
CN4
B32B-PHDSS-B
/POMXB
1
+5V2
2
/POMB
3
POD1
4
/POMA
5
GND2
6
/POMXA
7
+5V2
8
+24V1
9
POD2
10
+24V1
11
GND2
12
GND2
13
+5V2
14
CFM2\
15
POD3
16
+24V1
17
GND2
18
+24V1
19
CFM2\
20
+24V1
21
VFM2\
22
+24V1
23
GND2
24
(NC)
25
GND2
26
DSW-L
27
DSW-L
28
(NC)
29
(NC)
30
(NC)
31
DSW-F
32
PCU PWB
179228-3
BL
3 +5V2
BR
1 POD3
GY
2 GND2
BR
BL
BR
BR
BR
GY
BR
BL
RD
BR
RD
GY
RD
SFPS-41T-187
RD
POD3
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
RD
3 +24V1
1
BR
2 VFM2\
2
GY
3
1 GND2
POM
5
POD2
POD1
BL
VFM2
BR
GY
MM
RD
RRC
RD
GY
4
RD
TRC
GY
CN9
9604S-08C
DSW-F
1
DSW-F
2
GND2
3
GND2
4
+5V1
5
GND2
6
MM\
7
MM-T
8
CN13
B24B-PHDSS-B
GND2
1
+24V1
2
PED
3
CPFC\
4
+5V2
5
+24V1
6
GND2
7
RRC\
8
LUD
9
+24V1
10
+5V2
11
TRC\
12
GND
13
CSS
14
GND2
15
GND2
16
PPD1
17
LUMB
18
+5V2
19
LUMA
20
CFM1\
21
GND2
22
+24V1
23
GND2
24
DSW-L
8FE-ST-VK-N
8 DSW-L
7 DSW-L
6 GND2
5 GND2
4 +5V2
3 GND2
2 MM\
1 MM-T
2
HVR
PWB
PPD1
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
BR
1 RRC\
2
RD
2 +24V1
1
RD
BR
RD
BR
GY
BR
1
4
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
BR
1 TRC1\
3
2 (NC)
2
RD
3 +24V1
1
PHNR-09-H+BU09P-TR-P-H PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
BL
BL
BL
3
1 +5V2
1 +5V2
9
BR
BR
BR
2 PPD1
8
2 PPD1
2
GY
GY
GY
3 GND2
7
3 GND2
1
4 +5V2
6
5 LUD
5
6 GND2
4
7 +5V2
3
8 PED
2
9 GND2
1
179228-3(AMP)
1 +5V2
2 PPD1
3 GND2
3
GY
HVR
PWB
CFM1
BL
BR
GY
RD
GY
5
TSR-04V-K
GY
1 GND2
RD
2 +24V1
GY
3 GND2
BR
4 CFM1\
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
PHR-3
RD
RD
+24V1 1
3 +24V1
1
BR
2 CFM1\
2
GY
1 GND2
3
DRAWER CFM1\ 2 BR
GY
GND2 3
PWB
2
1
POD1
Signal
name
POD1
Paper exit detector 1
Paper exit detection from fusing
POD2
POD2
Paper exit detector 2
Paper pass detection from paper exit
POD3
POD3
Paper exit detector 3
POM
POM
Paper exit motor
Paper exit detection to upper section
paper exit tray (Full detection)
Drives the paper exit roller.
VFM2
VFM2
Fusing cooling fan motor
CFM1
CFM1
Fusing cooling fan motor
Code
Name
Function/Operation
Discharges heat generated in the
fusing section.
Discharges heat generated in the
fusing section to cool it.
Type
Note
Transmission
type
Transmission
type
Transmission
type
Stepping
motor
DC brushless
motor
DC brushless
motor
Paper transport system sensor
Paper transport system sensor
Paper transport system sensor
Selection of Normal speed/
High speed/ Reverse rotation
PWM control
PWM control
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RRC
Signal
name
RRC
Resist roller clutch
Resist roller ON/OFF control
TRC
TRC
Paper transport roller clutch
Paper transport roller ON/OFF control
MM
MM
Main motor
Drives the paper transport and resist roller
Code
No.
1
2
4
5
Name
Name
Transport roller 15
Resist roller (Drive)
Paper exit and transport roller
Paper exit roller
Function/Operation
Type
Electromagnetic
clutch
Electromagnetic
clutch
DC brushless
Paper pass
motor
Function
Transports paper to the transport resist roller.
Transports paper to the transfer section. / Controls the transport timing of paper to adjust the
relationship between images and paper.
Transports paper from the fusing roller to the paper exit roller.
Discharges paper to the paper exit tray. / Switchbacks paper.
C. Operational descriptions
[Paper transport path and paper exit]
Paper transport path with an option installed
1.
Option
Desk
Duplex unit
Finisher
Note
Model name
AR-D27
AR-DU4
AR-FN6
2.
Option
Desk
Duplex unit
Finisher
Male bin stacker
Punch unit
Model name
AR-D27
AR-DU3
AR-FN7
AR-MS1
AR-PN1
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3.
Paper transport in duplex printing (with AR-DU3/DU4 installed)
(1) Switchback operation and paper exit to the left tray
1) Paper transported from the fusing section is sent to the paper exit section of the machine.
2) When the male bin stacker (AR-MS1) or the finisher (AR-FN5) is installed, the paper entry gate solenoid (FGS) selects the paper entry
gate to discharge paper outside the machine.
3) The paper exit sensor (POD2) detects the rear edge of paper, and the paper exit motor (POM) is rotated reversely.
4) Paper is taken into the machine again, passed over the reverse gate, and transported to the duplex unit.
5) When duplex printing is made, the ADU gate solenoid switches to the upper side of the ADU paper exit gate to switch the paper path to
the ADU.
6) When paper is discharged to the left tray or when paper is transported to the console finisher (AR-FN7), the ADU gate solenoid switches
to the upper side of the ADU paper exit gate to switch the paper path to the ADU.
(2) Paper transport speed in duplex printing
The transport speed may be doubled in duplex printing depending on the paper position.
The positions of double speed are as follows:
1) From when the rear edge of paper passes the fusing section to when switchback operation is started.
2) From switchback operation, after the lead edge of paper passes APPD1, until a certain amount is transported.
3) After that, paper is stopped at the ADU paper feed position, and fed to the laser printer again.
4.
Transport with AR-FN6 installed
The AR-FN6 is provided with the decurler to improve alignment capability of finishing.
The decurler makes decurling against curling of paper by means of the difference in rigidity of the upper roller (metal) and the lower roller
(sponge).
Metal
Sponge
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D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
No.
Part name
1
2
3
4
5
Resist roller
Transport rollers
Transport paper guides
Paper dust remover unit
Paper transport detection
Transport
section/
Paper exit
reverse
section
When
calling
✕
✕
❍
❍
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
Remark
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
▲
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
▲
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
▲
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
▲
P/G No.: [14]-51
2
2
4
1
2
5
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
b
Unit
Resist roller unit
c
Left door unit
d
Paper exit
reverse unit
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Parts
Paper dust remover unit
Resist roller
Paper transport roller
Paper transport detection
High voltage resistor PWB
Suction fan motor
High voltage resistor PWB
Drawer PWB
Paper exit detection 1
Paper exit motor
Left door open/close
detection
Exhaust heat fan motor
Paper exit detection 2
Paper exit full detection
After-fusing roller
Paper exit roller
❍
✕❍
a-1
d-6
d-5
d-2
d-3
d-1
d-4
d-8
d
d-7
b-4
c-2
c-1
b
b-1
c-3
b-2
b-3
c
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a-1. Paper dust remover unit
b-1. Resist roller
1) Open the front door.
1) Remove the paper dust cleaner unit.
2) Remove the resist roller unit.
3) Remove the parts, and remove the resist roller.
4) Remove the gear, the parallel pin, and the E-ring.
2) Remove the paper dust cleaner unit.
b-2. Paper transport roller
1) Remove the paper dust cleaner unit.
2) Remove the resist roller unit.
3) Remove the parts, and remove the paper transport roller.
b. Resist roller unit
1) Remove the paper dust cleaner unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the resist roller unit. Disconnect the connector.
b-3. Paper transport detection
b-4. High voltage resistor PWB
1) Remove the paper dust cleaner unit.
2) Remove the resist roller unit.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the paper dust cleaner guide.
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4) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the paper
transport detector.
3) Remove the connector, the screw, and the washer, and
remove the suction fan motor.
5) Remove the screw and the earth wire, and remove the high
voltage resistor PWB.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the high voltage resistor PWB.
∗ When installing the fan, check the left door indication arrow and
note the fan direction.
c. Left door unit
c-3. Drawer PWB
1) Remove the screw, and remove the left door unit.
1) Remove the left door unit.
2) Remove the left door transport paper guide.
3) Remove the screw, and the reverse gate unit and remove the
angle.
c-1. Suction fan motor
c-2. High voltage resistor PWB
1) Remove the left door unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the transfer lock pawl.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the left door transport paper
guide.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the angle.
5) Remove the connector, the screw, and remove the drawer
PWB.
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d. Paper exit reverse unit
6) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit tray cabinet.
1) Pull out the left door.
7) Remove the screw, and remove the front right upper cabinet.
8) Remove the front door.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
9) Remove the E-ring and the parts.
10) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the paper
exit reverse unit.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit upper cabinet.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the left rear cabinet.
5) Remove the screw, and remove the front left upper cabinet.
d-1. Paper exit detection 1
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
2) Remove the actuator. Remove the connector, and remove the
paper exit detection 1.
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d-2. Paper exit motor
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
4) Remove the connector, the exhaust heat fan, the paper exit
detection 2, the paper exit full detection.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the paper
exit motor.
d-3. Left door open/close detection
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the left
door open/close detection.
∗ When installing the fan, check the indication arrow and note the
fan direction.
d-7. After-fusing roller
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
2) Remove the E-ring and the parts.
3) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the paper
exit drive frame.
d-4. Exhaust heat fan motor
d-5. Paper exit detection 2
d-6. Paper exit full detection
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the exhaust duct.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit upper paper
guide reinforcement plate.
4) Remove the bearing, the E-ring, and the parts.
5) Remove the E-ring, and remove the fusing rear roller. Remove
the bearing.
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d-8. Paper exit roller
1) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit upper paper
guide unit.
3) Remove the E-ring, and remove the paper exit roller. Remove
the bearing, the gear, and the parallel pin.
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5. Laser scanner section
A. General
Image data sent from the MFP (image process circuit) through the
mother board and PCU are converted into laser beams to expose
the drum surface.
B. Major parts and signal functions
5
1
2
10
6
PM
BD
3
PCU
PWB
MFP
MOTHER
CONTROL
BOARD
PWB
PWB
CN1
Code
PM
BD
No.
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Signal
name
PM
Name
Control signal
Control signal
Control signal
Control signal
Control signal
Control signal
8
4
7
CN2
SLD30R-1
CN2
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
+12V2
PCU_VCCW
GND
DTR_PCU
GND
DSR_PCU
GND
TXD_PCU
GND
RXD_PCU
POF
MSW_MON
GND
RES_PCU
GND
HSYNC
GND
DTEN
BUR_PR
GND2
VIDEO1
VIDEO0
GND
+5V1
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+12V1
Name
Polygon mirror (motor)
BD PWB
Code, signal name
+5VLD
/READY
/PMCLK
/START
/VIDEO
/SYNC
CN2
S32B-PHDSS-B
CN16
S32B-PHDSS-B
TEST3
TEST2
GND2
/SYNC
GND2
GND2
GND2
LSU_S/H
VRB
GND2
GND2
TEST
VIDEO
/VIDEO
/LDON
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
+24V1
+24V1
/VFM1
GND2
/START
/VFM1
/PMCLK
/READY
GND2
GND2
+5V LD
GND2
Type
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
BR
BR
GY
BR
GY
GY
GY
BR
BR
GY
GY
BR
BR
LBR
BR
GY
GY
BL
GY
BL
RD
RD
BR
GY
BR
BR
BR
BR
GY
GY
BL
GY
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
TEST3
TEST2
GND2
/SYNC
GND2
GND2
GND2
LSU_S/H
VRB
GND2
GND2
TEST
VIDEO
/VIDEO
/LDON
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
+24V1
+24V1
/VFM1
GND2
/START
/VFM1
/PMCLK
/READY
GND2
GND2
+5V LD
GND2
9
CN1
S11B-PH-K-S
45 sheets (35 sheets)
+24V1
11
VFM1\
10
GND2
9
+24V1
8
VFM1\
7
GND2
6
+24V1
5
PMCLK\
4
READY(READY\) 3
START\
2
GND2
1
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
RD
BR
GY
RD
BR
GY
RD
BR
BR
BR
GY
3 +24V1
2 VFM1\
1 GND2
RD
1
BR
2
GY
3
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
3 +24V1
2 VFM1\
1 GND2
RD
1
BR
2
GY
3
VFM1
POWER SOURCE
SECTION
VFM1
PHR-5
1 PMCLK
2 READY
3 START\
4 GND2
5 +24V1
LSU
CN3
S4B-PH-K-S
GND2
SYNC\
GND2
+5V2
BR
1
LB
2
BR
3
BL
4
B4B-PH-K-S
4 GND2
3 SYNC\
2 GND2
1 +5V2
Function/Operation
Reflection of the laser beam though constant rotation of the motor.
Detects the laser scan start timing. This device is used to detect a
laser trouble.
Function
5V power for laser diode
Polygon mirror motor READY signal ("L" in the constant speed rotation)
Clock signal for driving the polygon mirror motor
Polygon mirror motor drive start signal
VIDEO (Image signal)
Sync signal (SYNC) from BD, sync signal for 1 line
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NOTE
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
Laser control PWB
Cylindrical lens
Incidence reflection mirror
No. 1 mirror
fθ lens 1
fθ lens 2
BD PWB
No. 2 mirror
Plane lens
Convergence lens for BD
Function
Controls laser beam flashing and the output value.
Converges laser beams to focus.
Assures the optical path for laser beams.
Assures the optical path for laser beams.
Deflects laser beams so that the laser scan speeds on the both ends of the drum and that at the
center of the drum are the same.
Detects the timing of laser scan start. This device is used to detect a laser trouble.
Converges laser beams to focus.
Assures the optical path for laser beams.
Converges laser beams onto the BD PWB.
C. Operational descriptions
a-1. LSU
[Laser optical path]
1) Remove the screw, and remove the right cabinet.
∗ The LSU must not be disassembled in the market.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the right noise cover.
(1) Polygon motor
35PPM
Number
of mirrors
14
17000RPM
OIL
45PPM
14
22000RPM
OIL
Model
RPM
Bearing
Superior in
silence.
(2) Outline of LSU specifications
Effective scan width: 297mm
Resolution:
600dpi
Beam diameter:
Main scan = 60 - 85 µm
Sub scan = 75 - 110 µm
Laser power:
0.23±0.01mW (45 PPM)
0.19±0.01mW (35 PPM)
LD wave length:
770 - 795nm
3) Remove the connector, and remove the screw.
D. Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
Parts
1
LSU
a-1
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4) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
8) Remove the screw, and remove the main switch mounting
plate.
9) Remove the power unit.
5) Remove the connector, the screw, and the angle. Remove the
snap band.
∗ Do not disconnect the LSU side.
10) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the duct
holding cover.
6) Pull out the No. 1 paper feed tray unit, and push up and
remove the front door.
7) Release the lock, and pull out the left door. Remove the screw,
and remove the front cover right.
11) Remove the screw, and remove the LSU.
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6. Scanner section
A. General
There are following three methods of scanning documents in this
machine.
a. Place a document on the table glass. The copy lamp unit is
operated to radiate copy lamp light onto the document, scanning the document with the CCD.
b. The SPF feeds a document. The lamp illuminates the document and the image is scanned into the CCD that converts it
from A/D.
c. The SPF feed a document. The LED's of the CIS unit (attached
to the SPF) aluminates the back side of the document. The CIS
scans the information.
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B. Major parts and signal functions
11
MIM
6
1
2
CCD PWB
3
4
CL1
5
MHPS
10
CN1
IL-FPR-40S-VF-E1500
40 GND2
39 GND2
38 GND2
37 GND2
36 1_DATA1+
35 1_DATA134 GND2
33 1_DATA0+
32 1_DATA031 GND2
30 1_CLK+
29 1_CLK28 GND2
27 /1_DBL+
26 /1_DBL25 GND2
24 FRM_CCD1
23 PAGE1
22 CLK_CCD1
21 ADD_CCD1
20 TXD_CCD1
19 RXD_CCD1
18 RES_CCD1
17 GND2
16 +3.3V3
15 +3.3V3
14 GND2
13 +5VCCD
12 +5VCCD
11 +5VCCD
10 +5VCCD
9 +5VCCD
8 +5VCCD
7 +5VCCD
6 +5VCCD
5 GND2
4 +10VCCD
3 +10VCCD
2 GND2
1 GND2
CN1
SLD5R-1
GND2
5
GND2
4
/CL1
3
+24V3
2
+24V3
1
10
4 12
5
Code
MIM
MHPS
Signal name
Name
MIM
Scanner (reading) motor
MHPS
Scanner home position
sensor detector
CL1
CL1
Copy lamp
CCD PWB
CCD PWB
9
CN3
TX25-100P-LT-H1
CN2
S5B-PH-K-S
MIMA
1
MIMB
2
/MIMA
3
/MIMB
4
+24V3
5
SCN
SCN
JNT
cnt
PWB
PWB
(1/2)
(1/3)
CN2
SLD5S-1
GND2
GND2
/CL1
+24V3
+24V3
1
2
3
4
5
7
3
CN1
TX24-100R-LT-H1
CN11
S3B-PH-K-S
MHPS
1
GND2
2
+5V2
3
8
1
Function/Operation
Drives the scanner (reading) section.
Scanner home position detection
S3B-EH
LB
1 MHPS
GY
2 GND2
BL
3 +5V2
11
6
Type
Stepping motor
Transmission type
Document exposure lamp
Front document image scan (Document table/
SPF mode)
Converts the document images (optical
signals) into electrical signals.
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Note
Sensor
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
Copy lamp unit
Reflector
No. 1 mirror
No. 2 mirror
No. 3 mirror
CCD/Lens unit
7
White balance sheet
8
Table glass
9
SPF scan glass
10
Mirror home position
sensor (MHPS)
Scan motor
DSPF white balance
sheet
11
12
Function
Lights up to radiate documents. A xenon lamp (operating on 3.15KV) is employed.
This mirror converges lights on documents.
Secures the optical path between a document and No. 2 mirror.
Secures the optical path between No. 1 mirror and No. 3 mirror.
Secures the optical path between No. 2 mirror and the CCD.
The reduction optical type CCD (Charge Coupled Device) of 7,450 pixels is employed. The scan resolution
is 600dpi. Converts photo energy reflected by the mirrors into electric energy.
Serves as the reference sheet of white for scanning with the CCD/Lens unit. If dust or dirt is attached to
this sheet, white streaks may be produced.
A document is set on this glass. The glass surface is coated for protection against static electricity.
A document is set to the top left corner.
The copy lamp unit is fixed, and a document is moved over this glass to scan line by line. The glass surface
is coated for protection against static electricity. If dust or dirt is attached to this sheet, black streaks may
be produced.
Detects the home position of the mirror base unit.
Drives the mirror base and the copy lamp unit.
Serves as the reference sheet of white for scanning with the CIS unit.
If dust or dirt is attached to this sheet, white streaks may be produced.
C. Operational descriptions
(1) CCD/lens unit
This machine employs the reduction optical-type line CCD (Charge Coupled Device) of scan resolution of 600dpi and 7450 pixels.
CCD scan is performed by shifting the scan positions sequentially by the carriage unit (lamp and mirror) scan or moving the document with
the SPF.
Lights reflected by the document are reflected by each mirror to form images on CCD elements through the reduction-type lens. The CCD
converts the optical energy into electrical energy (analog). (Photoelectric conversion)
(2) CIS unit
The image sensor which scans back document images is attached to the SPF. The close-contact type image sensor (Contact Image Sensor) with scan resolution of 600dpi and 7196 pixels is employed.
For the CIS to scan documents, the scan position is sequentially shifted by shifting the document by the SPF, and the LED light in the unit is
radiated to the back of the document, and photo energy is converted into electric energy (analog signal).
CIS
Auto-focus lens
CIS UNI
Lens center line
LED PWB
Glass
Focus point
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(3) Image signal flow
(4) Carriage (lamp unit) shift (scan) speed
The image signal converted into electric energy (analog signal) is
A-D converted on the CCD PWB. Image processes such as white
balance and shading correction are performed on the scanner
control PWB. The image signal is then sent through the mother
board to the MFP control PWB.
The carriage scan speed depends on the copy magnification ratio.
In the MFP control PWB, image process is performed according to
the setting content of the operation panel. The image data are
converted into laser lighting signals (VIDEO signals), and sent
through the mother PWB and the PCU to the LSU (Laser Scan
Unit).
Platen timing chart
In the LSU, the VIDEO signals are converted into laser beams,
which are radiated onto the drum.
Speed up to 171% = 110mm/s
Speed of 172% - 400% = 55mm/s
(5) Timing chart
MM
Feed
MIMD
MHPS
Return
Home position
Home position
Scan
CCD
PSW
SPF duplex timing chart
SPFM
1030mS
SRRC
SPPD4
94mS
SPOD
CCD
181mS
55mS
CIS
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D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Scanner
section
Part name
Mirror/Lens/Reflector/Sensors
Table glass/Dust-proof glass/OC
White reference glass
Rails
Drive belt/Drive wire/Pulley
When
100K 200K 300K 400K 500K 600K 700K 800K
calling
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✩
✩
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Remark
1
2
5
2
5
4
1
1
3
4
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
b
c
Unit
Scanner unit
Lamp unit
CCD lens
PWB unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
1
Parts
OC
Dust-proof glass
Table glass
White reference glass
Mirror
Rails
Drive wire
Pulley
Drive belt
Scan motor
OC open sensor
Mirror home position sensor
Scanner control PWB
Scanner interface PWB
Reflector
Mirror
Lamp
Inverter PWB
CCD lens
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✩
✕
✕
✕
a-1
a-2
a-3
a-6
a-4
a-5
c-1
b
b-1
b-2
a-6
❍
❍
a-10
a-11
a-13
a-12
a-9
a-8
a-7
c
a-8
b-4
b-3
a-14
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a. Scanner unit
a-6. Rails
a-1. OC
1) Remove the table glass.
1) Remove the OC cover.
2) Grease up the rails.
2)
1)
3)
1)
4)
3)
a-7. Drive wire
a-8. Pulley
a-2. Dust-proof glass
a-9. Drive belt
a-3. Table glass
1) Remove the table glass.
a-4. White reference glass
2) Check the drive wire, pulley and drive belt.
1) Remove the table glass holder and the white reference glass
holder, and remove the table glass and the white reference
glass.
4)
4)
6)
5)
3)
1)
1)
2)
a-10. Scan motor
1) Remove the scanner rear cabinet and the rear lower cabinet.
a-5. Mirror
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Clean mirror.
3) 4)
1)
3)
2)
1)
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2) Pull out the harness from the scanner control PWB.
a-14. Scanner interface PWB
3) Remove the scan motor.
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the PWB cover and the harness cover.
3)
2)
1)
a-11. OC open sensor
3) Remove the scanner interface PWB.
1) Remove the rear cabinet.
2) Remove the OC open sensor.
2)
1)
3)
a-12. Mirror home position sensor
b. Lamp unit
1) Remove the rear cabinet.
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the mirror home position sensor.
2) Remove the scan lamp unit.
1)
4)
3)
1)
2)
3)
1)
a-13. Scanner control PWB
2)
1) Remove the scanner rear lower cabinet.
2) Disconnect the connector and earth band, and pull out the
scanner control PWB.
2)
5)
2)
2)
4)
1)
1)
3)
∗ When the scanner control PWB is replaced, the EEPROM must
be replaced.
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b-1. Reflector
b-4. Inverter PWB
b-1. Mirror
1) Remove the table glass.
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Hold with your hand and remove the screw. Remove the connector and remove the inverter PWB.
2) Clean the reflector and the mirror.
b-3. Lamp
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Slide the lamp unit base to the notch section.
c. CCD lens PWB unit
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the dark-box cover.
1)
1)
2)
1)
1)
1)
3) Flip the notch section Mylar and remove the screw. Slide the
lamp holder to the front side, and remove it upward from the
rear side. Remove the connector.
3) Remove the CCD lens PWB unit.
Note: Only the 2 screws marked in red may be used to remove
the CCD. Do not touch any others as they are set in the
factory. Failure to follow this warning will result in damaged
components and the whole assembly needs to be replaced.
1)
2)
3)
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4) Clean the CCD lens and the CCD.
Note for CCD lens PWB unit installation
<1> Adjust the CCD unit adjustment value listed in the table
below with the scribed line on the lens base.
CCD unit adjustment value
(+) direction
Reference line
(-) direction
1 scale: 1.4mm
7. DSPF section
CCD adjustment value
5.0~
3.6~4.9
2.2~3.5
0.8~2.1
-0.6~0.7
-2.0~ -0.7
-3.4~ -2.1
-4.8~ -3.5
~ -4.9
+4 scales
+3 scales
+2 scales
+1 scale
Reference
-1 scale
-2 scales
-3 scales
-4 scales
<2> Make a sample copy at the above position, and measure
the magnification ratio.
A. General
<3> Change the installing position in the horizontal direction to
adjust the magnification ratio.
Sheet documents are automatically fed and transported for continuous scanning.
• When the copy image is longer than the original, shift to the
positive (+) direction.
The DSPF (MX-EFX1) supports duplex sheet to scan both of the
front and the back surfaces at a time.
• When the copy image is shorter than the original, shift to the
negative (-) direction.
∗ 1 scale of the scribed line corresponds to 0.3% of magnification ratio.
∗ If this adjustment is not satisfactory, make a fine adjustment
with SIM 48-1.
(Refer to the adjustment described below.)
c-1. CCD lens
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the dark-box cover.
3) Remove the lens cover.
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B. Major parts and signal functions
SCOV
OCSW
SDSS
SPLS2
4
SPED
SPLS1
7
SPFS
SPPD
SPFC
SPFM
9
SPFVR
3
SRRC
8
10
5
2
STMP
12
SPOD
CIS unit
11
SOCD
1
CN1
TX24-100R-LT-H1
PHNR-6-H+BU6P-TR-P-H
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
/B
+24V3
B
A
+24V3
/A
CNC
B26B-PHDSS-B
CND
B6B-PH-K-S
2
4
1
3
5
6
/B
+24V3
B
A
+24V3
/A
1754873+179228-3
+5V1
SPED
GND2
1
2
3
1754873+179228-3
+5V2
SCOV
GND2
PHNR-11-H+BU11P-TR-P-H
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1754873+179228-3
+5V2
SPPD
GND2
1
2
3
SMP-02V-NC+SMR-02V-N
1 +24V3
2 /SDSS
1
2
+5V1
SPED
GND2
+5V2
SCOV
GND2
+5V2
SPPD
GND2
+24V3
/SDSS
PHNR-6-H+BU6P-TR-P-H
B3B-PH-K-S
1
2
3
+5VPOD
GND2
SPOD
1754873+179228-3
1
2
3
+5V2
SOCD
GND2
6
5
4
3
2
1
+5VPOD
GND2
SPOD
+5V2
SOCD
GND2
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CNB
B22B-PHDSS-B
5 +5V
16 SPED
1 GND2
7 +5V2
18 SCOV
2 GND2
8 +5V2
14 SPPD
3 GND2
11 +24V3
15 /SDSS
9 +5VPOD
4 GND2
20 SPOD
10
22
6
12
19
13
17
21
7
8
5
6
+5V2
GND2
VAREF
SPPD
SPFC
SPED
SDSS
SCOV
SRRC
SPWS
SPFS
4
9
17
19
18
21
12
23
14
24
16
3
25
2
26
1
22
11
20
13
15
10
SPFMO0
SPOD
/SPFMA
SOCD
SPFMA
SPLS1
/SPFMB
SPLS2
SPFMB
SPFSET
GND2
+5V2
SOCD
GND2
+24V3
/SPFC
+24V3
/SRRC
(NC)
PHNR-2-H+BU2P-TR-P-H
2 +24V3
1 /SPFC
+24V3
+24V3
GND2
GND2
SPF
1
2
3 +24V3
2 (NC)
1 /SRRC
PWB
1
2
3
SMR-03V-NC+SMP-03V-N
1 VAREF
2 SPWS
3 GND2
1
2
3
1754873+179228-3
+5V2
SPLS1
GND2
1
2
3
1754873+179228-3
+5V2
SPLS2
GND2
1
2
3
PHNR-2-H+BU2P-TR-P-H
2 +24V3
1 /SPFS
CNA
B12B-PHDSS-B
1 VAREF
2 SPWS
9 GND2
5 +5V2
4 SPLS1
12 GND2
7 +5V2
6 SPLS2
10 GND2
11 +24V3
3 /SPFS
1
2
c
GY
SRA-01T-3.2
b
a
SRA-21T-3
GY
GY
CN10
S28B-PHDSS
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
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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17
18
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22
23
24
25
26
PHNR-3-H+BU3P-TR-P-H
FG
CN3
TX25-100P-LT-H1
+24V3
+24V3
GND2
GND2
+5V1
+5V2
GND2
VAREF
SPPD
SPFC
SPED
SDSS
SCOV
SRRC
SPWS
SPFS
GND2
GND2
SPFMO0
SPOD
/SPFMA
SOCD
SPFMA
SPLS1
/SPFMB
SPLS2
SPFMB
SPFSET
VLED
DGND
VAS
DGND
VDS
DGND
SCN
DGND
LGATE
DGND
CLK
DGND
DATA
DGND
SCN
JNT
PWB
CIS
(1/2)
LD
cnt
PWB
CN7
S26B-PHDSS
2_DATA12_DATA1+
2_DATA02_DATA0+
2_CLK2_CLK+
2_DBL2_DBL+
GND2
FRM_CCD2
CLK_CCD2
PAGE2
ADD_CCD2
TXD_CCD2
RES_CCD2
RXD_CCD2
+3.3V
+3.3V
+24V3
GND2
+12V1
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
/CIS_SET
CN1
B26B-PHDSS
2_DATA12_DATA1+
2_DATA02_DATA0+
2_CLK2_CLK+
2_DBL2_DBL+
GND2
FRM_CCD2
CLK_CCD2
PAGE2
ADD_CCD2
TXD_CCD2
RES_CCD2
RXD_CCD2
+3.3V
+3.3V
+24V3
GND2
+12V1
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
/CIS_SET
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
SCN
cnt
PWB
SRA-21T-3
CN6
B4B-PH-K-S
1
+24V3
/STMPS 2
/STSET 3
4
GND2
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179228-4+175694-4
RD
1 +24V3
BR
2 /STMPS
LB
3 /STSET
GY
4 GND2
DGND
SCLK
DGND
/LST
DGND
SD0
DGND
SD1
DGND
SD2
DGND
SD3
DGND
SD4
DGND
SD5
DGND
SD6
DGND
SD7
CN3
9604S-35F
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
2
9
4
3 6
7
12
11
SCOV
SPFM
Signal
name
SCOV
SPFM1
SPFC
SPFC
SRRC
SPED
SPPD
SPFS
STMP
SPLS1
SPLS2
SPFVR
SRRC
SPED
SPPD
SPFS
STMP
SPLS1
SPLS2
SPFVR
SOCD
SPOD
SOCD
SPOD
Code
No.
1
8
Function/Operation
SPF cover switch
SPF paper feed motor, paper
transport motor
SPF paper feed clutch
Type
SPF cover open/close detection
Drives the paper feed roller and the
transport roller. (SPF)
SPF paper feed section roller ON/OFF
control
SPF resist roller clutch
SPF resist roller ON/OFF control
SPF document set detector
SPF document presence detection
SPF document paper pass detector SPF document paper pass detection 1
SPF document pickup solenoid
SPF document pickup
FAX finish stamp solenoid
Drives the FAX document finish stamp.
SPF document length detector 1
SPF document length detection (Short)
SPF document length detector 2
SPF document length detection (Long)
SPF document size (Width)
SPF document size (Width) detection
detection analog data detector
SPF open/close detector
SPF unit open/close detection
SPF paper exit detector
SPF paper exit detection
Name
CIS unit
Document resist roller
3
Document resist front sensor
(SPPD)
Document set sensor
Document feed roller
Separation plate
Document length sensor
(SPLS1/SPLS2)
Document width detection volume
SPF motor
Document take-up roller
Document exit roller
Document exit sensor (SPOD)
8
9
10
11
12
10
Name
2
4
5
6
7
5
1
Note
Transmission type
Stepping motor
Sensor
Electromagnetic clutch
Electromagnetic clutch
Transmission type
Transmission type
Solenoid
Solenoid
Transmission type
Transmission type
Volume resistor
Transmission type
Transmission type
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Other
detector
Sensor
Sensor
Function
This is an image sensor unit to scan the back of a document. An image sensor (CIS: Contact
Image Sensor) of 7,196 pixels is employed. The scan resolution is 600dppi. LED lights in the
unit are reflected onto the document. Lights reflected from the document are passed through
the lens to form images on the photoelectric conversion elements.
The photo energy is converted into electric energy.
This roller makes synchronization between the document lead edge and the scan start
position.
Detects that a document reaches the resist roller.
Detects that a document is set on the tray.
Feeds documents.
The rubber plate prevents against duplicated feed of documents.
Detects the document length to detect the document size.
Detects the document width to detect the document guide.
Transports a document in the SPF.
Picks up a document and transport it to the document feed roller.
Discharges a document.
Detects document exit.
C. Operational descriptions
(1) Document feed, transport, scan, paper exit, and
operating speed
The document fed by the take-up roller is sent through the paper
feed roller and the transport roller to the resist roller section.
In the resist roller section, the document lead edge and the scan
start position are synchronized. The document is transported to
the scan section. After being scanned, the document discharged
to the document exit tray by the paper exit roller.
Scan mode
Single surface scan/
Duplex scan
Single surface scan/
Duplex scan
100% or above
Document
transport speed
220mm/sec
101% or above
High image quality
FAX
110mm/sec
110mm/sec
167.1mm/sec
Magnification ratio
The document transport speed varies depending on the scan
mode and the scan magnification ratio as shown below.
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D. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
No.
Part name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Pick-up roller
Paper feed roller
Separation mylar lower
Separation pad
PS roller
Paper exit roller
Sensors
DSPF
section
When
calling
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200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
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Remark
Note 2
Note 2
Note 2
Note 2
Clean with air.
Note 2: Replacement reference: Replace by using the SPF counter value as an indication.
Paper feed section pickup roller, paper feed roller, separation pad, separation lower mylar lower:
100K or 1 year
7
7
4
1
3
2
5
6
7
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
SPF unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Parts
SPF document stopper solenoid
SPF document resist front
sensor
SPF paper feed cover sensor
SPF document set sensor
SPF control PWB
SPF original length sensor 1
SPF original length sensor 2
SPF original width detection
volume PWB
Pick-up roller
Paper feed roller
CIS unit
CIS control PWB
SPF open sensor
SPF original exit sensor
Paper exit roller
SPF motor
Resist roller
Resist roller clutch
SPF original paper feed solenoid
SPF original paper feed clutch
Separation mylar lower
Separation pad
a-4
a-3
a-2
a-21
a-22
a-15
a-14
a-8
a-7
a-6
a-9
a-10
a-17
a-13
❍
❍
a-5
❍
a-20
a-18
a-16
a-11
❍
❍
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a-1
a-19
a-12
a. SPF unit
2) Remove the stopper solenoid.
1) Remove the rear cabinet of the scanner section.
2) Disconnect the connector.
3) Disconnect the grounding wire.
2)
1)
1)
5)
5)
3) 4)
1)
a-2. SPF document resist front sensor
5)
a-3. SPF paper feed cover sensor
a-4. SPF document set sensor
3)
2)
1) Remove the upper transport unit cover.
7)
1)
2) Remove the sensors.
6)
1)
4) Slide the SPF unit to the bottom, then remove it.
3)
4)
3)
2)
4)
4)
3)
1)
4)
3)
2)
a-5. SPF control PWB
2)
1) Remove the SPF PWB, and remove the SPF control PWB.
1)
2)
3)
a-1. SPF document stopper solenoid
3)
1) Remove the upper transport unit cover.
4)
4)
3)
4)
2)
5)
1)
1)
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a-6. SPF original length sensor 1
(SPF original width detection volume installation)
a-7. SPF original length sensor 2
<1> Extend the original guide to the maximum position.
1) Remove the OC cover.
<2> Adjust so that the mark on the width detection pinion gear is
fitted with the mark on the volume mounting plate.
2)
1)
1)
3)
4)
3)
2) Remove the original length sensor cover, and remove the sensor.
1)
2)
1)
<3> Fix the mounting plate with the screw.
4)
∗ When the rotational volume sensor is replaced, the sensor value
must be adjusted to the paper size (mark on the tray).
(Refer to the SIM 53-6 or 53-7.)
4)
3)
a-9. Pick-up roller
a-10. Paper feed roller
3)
1) Remove the upper transport unit cover.
2) Remove the paper feed roller cover.
3) Remove the hook of each roller, and remove each roller.
a-8. SPF original width detection volume PWB
1)
1) Remove the OC cover.
2)
2) Remove the original length sensor cover.
3) Remove the volume cover and remove the volume.
1)
2)
4)
1)
4)
3)
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3)
a-11. CIS unit
a-13. SPF open sensor
a-12. CIS control PWB
1) Remove the open sensor.
1) Remove the upper transport unit cover.
2) Remove the CIS unit.
1)
2)
a-14. SPF original exit sensor
1) Remove the paper exit sensor.
1)
2)
∗ When the CIS unit is replaced, the CIS shading adjustment must
be performed. (Refer to the descriptions of ADJUSTMENTS.)
3) Remove the harness, the cover, the earth wire, and remove
the CIS control PWB.
a-15. Paper exit roller
1) Remove the original paper feed unit.
2) Remove the paper exit roller gear.
5)
For easy installation of the cover, slide the earth line to the connector side when attaching.
Note: Never touch the screws marked (a). These screws are for
factory use only. The CIS is adjusted in the factory with
special tools.
a
a
2)
4)
3)
1)
3) Remove the paper exit frame, and remove the paper exit roller.
6)
5)
a
3)
7)
2)
1)
3)
4)
3)
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a-16. SPF motor
5) Remove the SPF motor.
1) Remove the OC cover.
1)
2) Remove the SPF lower cover.
1)
1)
2)
3)
1)
1)
1)
1)
2)
3)
1)
4)
a-17. Resist roller
a-18. Resist roller clutch
1) Remove the SPF resist roller unit.
3) Remove the original paper feed unit.
2)
1)
2)
2)
2)
3)
2)
2)
2)
2) Remove the SPF resist roller and the SPF resist roller clutch.
2)
2)
4) Remove the SPF drive unit.
1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
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a-19. SPF original paper feed solenoid
a-21. Separation mylar lower
a-20. SPF original paper feed clutch
a-22. Separation pad
1) Remove the SPF paper feed unit.
1) Remove the upper transport unit.
2) Remove the SPF paper guide.
2) Loosen the screw, and remove the separation pad unit.
1)
1)
2)
3) Remove the screw, and remove the separation plate and the
front separation plate.
3) Remove the SPF pickup unit.
4) Remove the separation Mylar lower, and the separation pad.
2)
1)
1)
1)
4) Remove the original paper feed solenoid and the SPF original
paper feed clutch.
8. Operation panel section
3)
4)
2)
1)
A. General
This section describes various types of settings, display and operation.
The LCD display section is controlled by the MFP CONTROL
PWB.
The touch panel, operation keys and LED display are controlled by
the SCANNER CONTROL PWB.
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B. Major parts and signal functions
FG
SRA-21T-3
ORSLED
B3B-EH
+5V1
GND2
OCSW
TOUCH
1
2
3
OCSW
LCD
ORSPD
1
CCFL
2
3
CN2
52271-1379
DISP
YD
LP
CP
+3.3V
GND
M
D0
D1
D2
D3
+24V
VEE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
FFC-4PIN
/YL
XH
YH
/XL
INV
PWB
4
3
2
1
S3B-PH-K-S(LF)
/CCFT
3
GND
2
+24V
1
LVDS
PWB
CN4
52271-0469
1 /YL
2 XH
3 YH
4 /XL
CN3
S3B-PH-SM4-TB(LF)
1 /CCFT
2 GND
3 +24V
53259-0417
CCFT+
NC
NC
/CCFT
1
2
3
4
S6B-PH-K-S
PDSEL0
1
PDSEL1
2
PDSEL2
3
+5V2
4
PD
5
GND2
6
CN2
B6B-PH-SM4-TB(LF)(SN)
1 PDSEL0
2 PDSEL1
3 PDSEL2
4 +5V2
5 PD
6 GND2
MFP
OPE
PWB
CN1
52271-3079
XH
30
/YL
29
/XL
28
YH
27
26
/CCFT
25
+24V3
24
GND2
23
TH
22
GND2
21
LcdD320
LcdD3+
19
LcdD2LcdD2+
18
17
LcdD116
LcdD1+
15
LcdD014
LcdD0+
13
LCD-VEE
3.3V
12
11
LcdDIS
GND2
10
LcdCP29
LcdCP2+
8
GND2
7
LcdCP16
LcdCP1+
5
LcdM4
LcdM+
3
LcdS2
LcdS+
1
CN1
52610-2471
GND2
24
PDSEL0
23
PDSEL1
22
PDSEL2
21
+5V2
20
PD
19
GND2
18
+5V2
17
/KEYIN
16
SEG0
15
SEG1
14
SEG2
13
/F0
12
/F1
11
/F2
10
/F3
9
GND2
8
GND2
7
GND2
6
(NC)
5
(NC)
4
/BZR
3
+5V1
2
GND2
1
FFC-30Pin
FFC-24Pin
CN5
30FMN-BT
XH
/YL
/XL
YH
/CCFT
+24V3
GND2
TH
GND2
LcdD3LcdD3+
LcdD2LcdD2+
LcdD1LcdD1+
LcdD0LcdD0+
LCD-VEE
3.3V
LcdDIS
GND2
LcdCP2LcdCP2+
GND2
LcdCP1LcdCP1+
LcdMLcdM+
LcdSLcdS+
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
CN4
T24FAZ-SMT-TF
GND2
PDSEL0
PDSEL1
PDSEL2
+5V2
PD
GND2
+5V2
/KEYIN
SEG0
SEG1
SEG2
/F0
/F1
/F2
/F3
GND2
GND2
GND2
(NC)
(NC)
/BZR
+5V1
GND2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
SCN
JNT
PWB
CN3
TX25-100P-LT-H1
GND2
1
GND2
2
/1_DBL3
/1_DBL+
4
1_CLK5
1_CLK+
6
1_DATA07
1_DATA0+ 8
1_DATA19
1_DATA1+ 10
11
GND2
12
GND2
13
GND2
14
GND2
15
GND2
16
GND2
17
(NC)
18
+12V1
19
+24V3
20
+24V3
21
PDSEL1
22
PDSEL2
23
/KEYIN
24
SEG0
25
GND2
26
GND2
27
LcdS+
LcdS28
29
LcdM+
30
LcdMLcdCP1+
31
LcdCP132
LcdCP2+
33
LcdCP234
35
LcdD0+
LcdD036
37
LcdD1+
38
LcdD139
LcdD2+
40
LcdD241
LcdD3+
42
LcdD343
GND2
44
GND2
45
YH
46
/XL
47
/STSET
48
/STMPS
49
GND2
50
GND2
51
GND2
52
GND2
53
+12V1
54
+12V1
55
GND2
56
+5V2
57
GND2
58
+5V2
59
GND2
60
+3.3V
FRM_CCD1 61
CLK_CCD1 62
TXD_CCD1 63
RES_CCD1 64
RXD_CCD1 65
ADD_CCD1 66
67
GND2
68
PAGE1
69
GND2
70
GND2
71
/CL1
72
PDSEL0
73
+5V2
74
PD
75
SEG1
76
SEG2
77
GND2
78
/F0
79
GND2
80
/F1
GND2
81
/F2
82
GND2
83
/F3
84
GND2
85
/BZR
86
GND2
87
+5V1
88
Lcd DIS
89
+3.3V
90
GND2
91
LCD-VEE
92
TH
93
/CCFT
94
/YL
95
XH
96
+24V3
97
+24V3
98
GND2
99
GND2
100
CN1
TX24-100R-LT-H1
1 GND2
2 GND2
3 /1_DBL4 /1_DBL+
5 1_CLK6 1_CLK+
7 1_DATA08 1_DATA0+
9 1_DATA110 1_DATA1+
11 GND2
12 GND2
13 GND2
14 GND2
15 GND2
16 GND2
17 (NC)
18 +12V1
19 +24V3
20 +24V3
21 PDSEL1
22 PDSEL2
23 /KEYIN
24 SEG0
25 GND2
26 GND2
27 LcdS+
28 LcdS29 LcdM+
30 LcdM31 LcdCP1+
32 LcdCP133 LcdCP2+
34 LcdCP235 LcdD0+
36 LcdD037 LcdD1+
38 LcdD139 LcdD2+
40 LcdD241 LcdD3+
42 LcdD343 GND2
44 GND2
45 YH
46 /XL
47 /STSET
48 /STMPS
49 GND2
50 GND2
51 GND2
52 GND2
53 +12V1
54 +12V1
55 GND2
56 +5V2
57 GND2
58 +5V2
59 GND2
60 +3.3V
61 FRM_CCD1
62 CLK_CCD1
63 TXD_CCD1
64 RES_CCD1
65 RXD_CCD1
66 ADD_CCD1
67 GND2
68 PAGE1
69 GND2
70 GND2
71 /CL1
72 PDSEL0
73 +5V2
74 PD
75 SEG1
76 SEG2
77 GND2
78 /F0
79 GND2
80 /F1
81 GND2
82 /F2
83 GND2
84 /F3
85 GND2
86 /BZR
87 GND2
88 +5V1
89 Lcd DIS
90 +3.3V
91 GND2
92 LCD-VEE
93 TH
94 /CCFT
95 /YL
96 XH
97 +24V3
98 +24V3
99 GND2
100 GND2
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CN6
S6B-PH-K-S
+5V1
1
GND2
2
OCSW
3
+24V3
4
/LED0
5
/LED1
6
SCN
cnt
PWB
Signal
name
Code
LCD
TOUCH
OCSW
CCFL
No.
1
2
Function/Operation
LCD unit
Touch panel
ORSLED
ORSPD
Name
Document size detection light
emitting PWB
Document size detection light
receiving PWB
OCSW SPF open/close detector
CCFL LCD backlight
Generates the document size detection signal.
Document size detection trigger
LCD backlight
Name
LVDS/INV PWB
Operation control PWB
Unit
Original detection
unit
1
2
b
Operation panel
unit
1
2
3
4
5
Note
Display the each memu and the information.
Various adjustments and setting operation are
performed.
Generates the document size detection signal.
Transmission type Sensor
CCFL cool CRT
Function
Generates the LCD display signal and a high voltage for the backlight.
Controls the display operation panel.
C. Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Type
3) Remove the document size detection PWB (Light emitting
side)
Parts
Original size detection PWB
(Light emitting side)
Original size detection PWB
(Light receiving side)
MFP operation PWB
LVDS PWB
LCD INV-J PWB
LCD unit
Touch panel
1)
1)
1)
2)
3)
a-1
a-2
b-1
a-2. Original size detection PWB (Light receiving side)
1) Remove the operation panel lower cabinet.
b-3
b-2
b-5
b-4
2) Remove the original size detection PWB (Light receiving side)
2)
2)
1)
2)
a. Original detection unit
a-1. Original size detection PWB (Light emitting side)
3)
1) Remove the rear cabinet.
2) Remove the original detection unit (Light emitting side).
b. Operation panel unit
1) Remove the original exit tray.
2)
3)
4)
2)
1)
1)
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2) Remove the scanner left cabinet.
b-1. MFP operation PWB
1) Remove the earth terminal.
2) Remove the MFP operation PWB
2)
1)
1)
3) Remove the scanner right cabinet.
b-1. LVDS PWB
1) Disconnect each cables.
2) Remove the LVDS PWB.
2)
1)
1)
4) Remove the operation panel lower cabinet.
Note for installation
∗ Tighten the ground screw and ground connector as shown in the
below illustration. Improper placement will cause problems.
1)
2)
1)
1)
5) Remove the harnesses.
1)
OK
1)
2)
∗ Do not set the ground cable in this position.
1)
6) Remove the operation panel unit.
1)
NG
1)
2)
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b-3. LCD INV-J PWB
b-5. Touch panel
1) Disconnect each cables.
1) Disconnect the flat cable.
2) Remove the LCD INV-J PWB.
2) Remove the earth wire.
3) Remove the LCD unit.
b-4. LCD unit
1) Disconnect each cables.
2) Remove the LCD cover.
5) Remove the touch panel.
3) Remove the LCD unit.
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9. Filter
A. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
Filters
No.
1
Part name
When
calling
Ozone filter
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
1
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
Parts
1
Ozone filter
▲
a-1. Ozone filter
1) Remove the paper exit tray cabinet cover, and remove the
ozone filter.
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Remark
P/G No.: [12]-2
10. Drive section
A. Maintenance and parts replacement
(1) Maintenance list
Unit name
No.
Part name
Drive section
1
Gears (Specified position)
When
calling
✕
100K
200K
300K
400K
500K
600K
700K
800K
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
✩
1
1
1
(2) Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
b
Unit
Drive unit
1
2
3
4
1
2
Parts
Gears
Paper cassette paper feed clutch
Paper transport clutch
Resist roller clutch
Drum motor
Main motor
a. Drive unit
1) Remove the screw, and remove the left door.
✕✩
a-1
a-1
a-1
2) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
a
a-4
b-1
a-2
a-3
b-2
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Remark
3) Remove the screw, and remove the slide rail.
∗ Remove the resist roller unit, and apply grease to the bottom
section of the PS front roller section brake.
PS front roller
section
Apply grease FLOIL G484
4) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the main
drive unit.
a-2. Paper cassette paper feed clutch
a-3. Paper transport clutch
a-4. Resist roller clutch
1) Remove the main drive unit.
2) Remove the parts.
a-1. Gears
1) Remove the main drive unit.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the drive cover.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the drive cover.
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4) Remove the connector, the paper cassette paper feed clutch
unit, the paper transport clutch unit, and the resist roller clutch
unit.
11. Power section
A. Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
Unit
Power unit
b
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
Parts
Reactor PWB (200V only)
Filter PWB (Taiwan only)
PowerPWB
RelayPWB
Main switch
Cooling fan motor
Fuse PWB
High voltage PWB
5) Remove the parts.
b-2
b-4
b-3
a-1
b-1
a-2
a-3
a
a. Power unit
b-1. Drum motor
1) Remove the main switch mounting plate.
b-2. Main motor
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
2) Remove the screw, and remove the right cabinet.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the right noise cover.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the drum
motor and the main motor.
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4) Remove the connector, and remove the screw.
a-1. Reactor PWB (200V only) / Filter PWB (Taiwan only)
1) Remove the power unit.
2) Remove the connector and the PWB supporter, and remove
the filter PWB.
(200V only)
5) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
(Taiwan only)
6) Remove the connector, the screw, and the angle. Remove the
snap band.
a-2. Power PWB
1) Remove the power unit.
2) Remove the connector, the screw, and the PWB supporter,
and remove the power PWB.
7) Remove the power unit.
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a-3. Relay PWB
3) Remove the screw, and remove the main switch mounting
plate.
1) Remove the power unit.
2) Remove the connector and the bushing, and remove the filter
PWB mounting plate.
4) Remove the connector, and remove the main switch.
3) Remove the connector and the PWB supporter, and remove
the relay PWB.
b-2. Cooling fan motor
1) Remove the power unit.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the duct
holding cover.
b-1. Main switch
1) Pull out the No. 1 paper feed tray unit, and push up and
remove the front door.
2) Release the lock, and pull out the left door. Remove the screw,
and remove the front cover right.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the cooling fan motor.
∗ When installing the fan, check the indication arrow and note the
fan direction.
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b-3. Fuse PWB
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the inlet
mounting plate.
3) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the high
voltage PWB.
12. PWB
A. Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
a
3) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the fuse
PWB.
Unit
1
2
3
4
Parts
MFP controller PWB
HDD (Option)
PCU PWB
Mother PWB
a-1
a-3
a-2
a-4
b-4. High voltage PWB
a-1. MFP controller PWB
1) Remove the rear cabinet.
1) Remove the screw, and pull out the MFP controller PWB unit.
2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the PCU
PWB unit.
2) Remove the connector.
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3) Release the lock, and remove the MFP controller PWB unit.
2) Remove the connector, and remove the screw.
3) Pull out the HDD unit.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the HDD cover.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the MFP controller PWB.
5) Remove the screw, and remove the HDD angle.
a-3. PCU PWB
1) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
a-2. HDD (Option)
1) Remove the screw, and remove the right cabinet.
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2) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the PCU
PWB.
10) Remove the screw, and remove the mother PWB.
∗ When replacing the PCU PWB, replace the EEPROM on the
PCU PWB which is to be replaced.
13. Fan motor
A. Maintenance and parts replacement
No.
Unit
a
a-4. Mother PWB
1) Remove the fusing unit.
1
2
3
Parts
Controller cooling fan motor 1
Controller cooling fan motor 2
Ozone exhaust fan motor
2) Remove the paper exit reverse unit.
3) Remove the front cover right.
4) Remove the HDD cover.
5) Remove the MFP controller PWB unit.
6) Remove the cooling duct.
a-2
a-3
7) Remove the controller duct.
8) Remove the screw and the connector, and remove the main
duct, the sub duct, and the box cooling duct lower.
a-1
a-1. Controller cooling fan motor 1
a-2. Controller cooling fan motor 2
1) Pull out the left door.
9) Remove the screw, and remove the controller box upper.
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2) Remove the screw, and remove the rear cabinet.
10) Remove the snap band, the screw, and the connector, and
remove the fan fixing plate.
11) Remove the screw, and remove the controller cooling fan
motor 1.
3) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit upper cabinet.
4) Remove the screw, and remove the left rear cabinet.
∗ When installing the fan, note the fan direction.
5) Remove the screw, and remove the front left upper cabinet.
12) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the controller cooling fan motor 2.
6) Remove the screw, and remove the paper exit tray cabinet.
7) Remove the screw, and remove the front right upper cabinet.
8) Remove the front door.
∗ When installing the fan, note the fan direction.
a-3. Ozone exhaust fan motor
1) Pull out the left door.
2) Remove the rear cabinet.
3) Remove the paper exit upper cabinet, the left rear cabinet, and
the front left upper cabinet.
4) Remove the paper exit tray cabinet, the front right upper cabinet, and the front door.
5) Remove the screw, and remove the controller duct.
6) Remove the connector and the screw, and remove the ozone
exhaust fan motor.
9) Remove the screw, and remove the cooling fan duct upper.
∗ When installing the fan, check the indication arrow and note the
fan direction.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MAINTENANCE AND DETAILS OF EACH SECTION 7 - 76
[8] ADJUSTMENTS
No.
Section
1 Process
section
2
Image
check,
adjustment
A
B
C
A
B
3
Scanner
section
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
7) Check the developing doctor gap. If the clearance is within the
specified range, fix the screw with screw lock.
Adjustment item
Doctor gap adjustment
MG roller main pole position adjustment
High voltage output adjustment
Adjustments <1> LSU right angle
on the engine
adjustment
side
<2> Print off-center
adjustment
<3> Each tray resist
amount setting
<4> Self print lead edge
adjustment
<5> Front/rear and left/right
void amount setting
Adjustment
<1> OC scan distortion
on the
adjustment
scanner side <2> SPF height adjustment
<3> SPF scan distortion
adjustment
<4> OC scan magnification
ratio adjustment
<5> SPF scan
magnification ratio
<6> OC scan lead edge
adjustment
<7> SPF scan lead edge
adjustment
<8> Original off-center
adjustment
OC scan distortion adjustment
Vertical image distortion balance
adjustment
Vertical image distortion balance
adjustment
Vertical (sub scanning direction) distortion
adjustment
Height adjustment of original detection light
emitting unit
Original size detection photo sensor check
Original size detection photo sensor
adjustment
Image density adjustment
DSPF width detection adjustment
8)
After completion of the job, apply screw lock.
20mm
20mm
<Adjustment specification>
Specification
Both sides
(Position at 20 - 50mm)
Center
0.45±0.03mm
Ambient
temperature
5 - 30°C
0.45 - 0.60mm
B. MG roller main pole position adjustment
This adjustment is performed in the following cases:
• When developer is scattered.
• When an uneven image is produced.
1. Process section
1) Remove the developer cartridge and the developing unit from
the machine.
A. Doctor gap adjustment
This adjustment is performed in the following cases:
• When developer is scattered.
2) Remove the DV cover and the developer from the developing
unit.
• When an uneven image is produced.
3) Remove the DVF handle and put the developing unit on a flat
surface.
1) Remove the developer cartridge and the developing unit from
the machine.
4) Bind a string to a needle.
5) Hold the string and move the needle toward the MG roller.
2) Remove the DV cover and the developer from the developing
unit.
(Since the MG roller diameter is small, use of a clip cannot
make an accurate adjustment.)
3) Remove the DVR cover, the DVF handle, the idle correction
plate assembly, and the HG gear 22T, insert a thickness gauge
(0.46mm) as shown in the figure below, and check that the
clearance is within the specified range.
6) With the needle tip 2 - 3 mm apart from the MG roller surface,
mark the point on the MG roller in the elongated line of the
needle.
(Keep the needle and the MG roller apart from each other.)
If the clearance is not within the specified range, adjust the doctor
gap in the following procedures.
4) Loosen the developing doctor fixing screw A.
7) Measure the distance from the marking position to the P surface of the developing unit, and check that the distance is
within the specified range.
5) Insert the thickness gauge (0.46mm) again as shown in the
figure below.
If the distance is not within the specified range, perform the adjustment in the following procedures.
6) Push the developing doctor in the arrow direction and tighten
the fixing screw.
8) Loosen the fixing screw of the main pole fixing plate.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 1
9) Move the adjustment plate in the arrow direction and adjust.
C. High voltage output adjustment
(1) Developing bias output check and setup
1) Remove the rear cabinet to allow checking of the high voltage
monitor output pin.
2) Execute the simulation of the target high voltage.
(See the table below.)
3) Select the mode to be set with 10-key, and press START key.
4) Enter the set value with 10-key and press START key. The set
value is outputted for 30 sec.
5) Apply a high voltage tester between the measurement pin and
the frame.
Note: Take care not to short the measuring pin and the frame.
6) The unit stops after 30 sec of output.
P
<Adjustment specification>
Marking position
Measure from
the P surface above.
Specification
54.2mm
Default
MC grid MAIN GRID
(SIM 8-2)
Transfer current
(THV+ (SIM 8-6)
Developing bias DV
BIAS (SIM 8-1)
AUTO
AE mode
CHARACTER
MIX
PHOTO
PRINTER
FAX
FRONT
Text mode
Text/Photo mode
Photo mode
Printer mode
Fax mode
Front
BACK
Back
AUTO
AE mode
Set range
Measurement
pin
CN2-7
High voltage
probe
impedance
100MΩ
Monitor output voltage
Set value
45PPM: -650V±5V
35PPM: -620V±5V
-650V±5V
-650V±5V
-650V±5V
-650V±5V
-650V±5V
45PPM: 645
35PPM: 615
645
645
645
645
645
45PPM: 267
35PPM: 220
45PPM: 310
35PPM: 267
485
200~900
0~745
CN2-1
100MΩ
485
485
485
485
485
150
45PPM: 160
35PPM: 120
45PPM: 160
35PPM: 120
780
0~745
0~745
0~745
0~745
0~745
0~255
0~240
CN2-3
10MΩ
CN2-5
10GΩ
45PPM: -500V±5V
35PPM: -470V±5V
CHARACTER Text mode
-500V±5V
MIX
Text/Photo mode
-500V±5V
PHOTO
Photo mode
-500V±5V
PRINTER
Printer mode
-500V±5V
FAX
Fax mode
-500V±5V
PLUS
Positive bias
+150V±5V
Separation voltage SHV FRONT
Front
45PPM: +0.22±0.1V
(SIM 8-17)
35PPM: +1.37V±0.1V
BACK
Rear
45PPM : +0.22±0.1V
35PPM: +1.37V±0.1V
Transfer voltage THV
-800V±10V
(SIM 8-17)
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 2
200~900
200~900
200~900
200~900
200~900
0~620
0~620
0~240
0~1250
2. Image check, adjustment
A. Adjustments on the engine side
(1) Copy image check
<1> LSU right angle adjustment
1) Place a test chart (UKOG-0089CSZZ) on the reference position of the OC, and make a copy.
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
2) Place a test chart (made as shown below) face-down on the
(D)SPF, set the document guide, and make a copy. (Single →
Single)
• Nothing special
3) Place a test chart (made as shown below) face-up on the
DSPF, set the document guide, and make a copy. (Duplex →
Single)
• Print off-center adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• Print lead edge adjustment
• Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
Making of SFP test chart
1) Execute SIM64-1.
a. Use standard paper of A3.
2) The print pattern "71" is printed.
b. Mark to the full width of the paper so that each void/image
loss can be checked.
3) Check the output print.
c. At that time, mark so that the front /rear and the top/bottom
can be identified.
d. Draw a center line in the paper transport direction to identify
the off center.
4) Loosen two fixing screws of the LSU unit
(M4 screws which are fixing the LSU and the top plate).
5) Adjust the LSU fixing position with the adjustment memory as
the reference.
6) Tighten two fixing screws of the LSU unit.
7) Print again in the grid pattern and check the print.
8)
Center line
Standard paper of A3
Repeat procedures 4) to 7) until the specification is satisfied.
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. SELECT
0. TRAY SELECT :1
1.
2. PRINT PATTERN:87 3.
4. MULTI :
1
5.
6. LEVEL :
1
7.
0-7, AND PRESS START.
PRINT START
DENSITY
:1
MODE
:1
DUPLEX
:1
1
4) Check each output copy.
(Image distortion/ each void/ lead edge position/ Off-center/
Magnification ratio/ Density/ Dirt, etc.)
5) If there is no problem in copy images, the image check is completed.
(2) Division of adjustment positions
1) If there is any problem in checked images, perform self-print
and the adjustment positions (scanner side/ engine side) are
divided.
*:
If there is any problem in the copy image and no problem in
the self print, an adjustment on the scanner side is required.
If there is any problem on the copy image and any problem in
the self print, an adjustment on the engine side is required.
(3) Adjustment procedures
Perform the adjustment procedures as described below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
LSU right angle adjustment
Print off-center adjustment
Each tray resist amount setting
Print lead edge adjustment
Front/rear and left/right void
amount setting
OC scan distortion adjustment
SPF height adjustment
SPF scan distortion
adjustment
Scan magnification ratio
SPF/DSPF scan magnification
ratio
OC scan lead edge adjustment
SPF scan lead edge
adjustment
Original off-center adjustment
SIM64-1: Pattern “71”
SIM50-10
SIM51-2
SIM50-5
SIM50-1
<Right angle check method>
<1> Make self-print of pattern 71.
<2> Draw a line perpendicular to the sub scan direction (paper
transport direction) with a square.
The point of intersection of the perpendicular line and the
horizontal line is regarded as the starting point.
<3> Measure distance A (between the self-printed line and the
perpendicular line drawn with a square) at a position of
220mm from the starting point.
SIM51-2
<4> Check that distance A satisfies the following specification.
SIM48-1
SIM48-1
SIM50-1
SIM50-6
A
A
Print
lead edge
SIM50-12
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 3
220mm
<2> Print off-center adjustment
a b
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• LSU right angle adjustment (If there is no distortion in self print,
the adjustment is not required.)
Print lead edge
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• Each tray resist amount setting
• Print lead edge adjustment
<Specification>
Print
distortion
adjustment
• Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
Measuring
Specification
Set value
point
Self print θ = 90° ± 0.13° θ changes about 0.25
degrees for 1 scale of
pattern 71
adjustment. (A shifts
about 1mm.)
1) Execute SIM50-10.
2) Set the paper feed tray and the magnification ratio for the
adjustment.
3) After entering the adjustment values, press START key, and
printing is started.
4) Check the off-center (distance from the paper edge) of the
printed copy. Repeat procedure 2) until the specification is
satisfied.
SIMULATION 50-10
PRINT OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
2
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
3.TRAY1 50 4.TRAY2 50 5.TRAY3 50
6.TRAY4 50 7.BPT 50 8.ADU
50
Adjustment position
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
MFT
ADU
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3/LCC left
Tray 4/LCC right
Manual feed
Duplex
Measurement
reference
Output pattern
center line
Specification
0±1.5mm
Default
50
Set value
Range
0 - 99
Set value 1: 0.1mm shift
• For the duplex mode (Single → Duplex), add 10 to the above set value.
• When the print line is shifted toward a from the paper center, decrease the value.
• When the print line is shifted toward b from the paper center, increase the value.
a
Print lead edge
b
<3> Each tray resist amount setting
3) Press [START] key.
* This adjustment is executed when there is any lead edge variation or skew for each tray.
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• LSU right angle adjustment (If there is no distortion in self print,
the adjustment is not required.)
• Print off-center adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
When [START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
paper feed and copying are performed.
4) Adjust the resist quantity so that paper is transferred stably.
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.TRAY1 60
3.TRAY2 50 4.DESK 50
5.BPT
55
6.ADU
50
7.SPF(HIGH) 60 8.SPF(LOW) 75
• Print lead edge adjustment
• Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
1) Execute SIM 51-2.
2) Enter the resist adjustment value with 10-key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 4
1
Item
2 TRAY1
3 TRAY2
4 DESK
5 BPT
6 ADU
Set
range
Tray 1 resist
0 - 99
adjustment value
Tray 2 resist
adjustment value
Desk resist
adjustment value
Manual tray resist
adjustment value
ADU resist
adjustment value
Default
MXMXM350U/
M450U/
M350N
M450N
65
60
55
50
55
50
60
55
55
50
[Output pattern]
A
<5> Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
When the set value is increased, the warp amount of paper is
increased. When the adjustment value is decreased, the warp
amount of paper is decreased.
• LSU right angle adjustment (If there is no distortion in self print,
the adjustment is not required.)
<4> Self print lead edge adjustment
• Resist amount adjustment
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• Print lead edge adjustment
• LSU right angle adjustment (If there is no distortion in self print,
the adjustment is not required.)
• Print off-center adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• OC scan lead edge adjustment
• Print off-center adjustment
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
• Resist amount adjustment
1) Execute SIM 50-1.
(Lead edge image loss/void area adjustment)
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
• OC scan lead edge adjustment
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
1) Execute SIM 50-5.
2) Set the lead edge void adjustment value (DENA) as specified
below.
(Standard set value) Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
∗ Set the adjustment value of DENA to 35. (Enter 35 as the
adjustment value of DENA, and press [P] key.)
3) Check the lead edge void area on the self print pattern
(SIM67-1).
(Enter 1 and press [START] key.)
4) If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the following procedures.
∗ If the lead edge void area is not 3.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCB and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCB and
press [START] key.)
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.1mm/step)
SIMULATION 50-5
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-20, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
LEAD EDGE: 2.RRCB 50
3.SIDE2 ADJ. 50
RESIST: 4.T1 50 5.T2 50 6.DESK 50
7.BPT 50 8.ADU 50
OFF CENTER: 9.T1
50 10.T2 50 11.T3 50 12.T4 50
13.BPT 50 14.ADU 50
2
(VOID SETTING) 15.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 50
16.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB) 30
(Standard set value)
Lead edge image loss: 1.5mm (LEDA: 15)
Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
∗ Set LEAD to 15. (Enter 15 as the adjustment value of LEAD,
and press [P] key.) (0.1mm/step)
∗ Set DENA to 35. (Enter 35 as the adjustment value of
DENA, and press [P] key.) (0.1mm/step)
2) Make a copy at the normal ratio (100%) and check the lead
edge void area and the image loss. (Enter 100 as the set value
of the copy magnification ratio (MAGNIFICATION), and press
[START] key.)
3) If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the following procedures.
∗ If the lead edge void are is not 3.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCB and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCB and
press [START] key.) (1msec/step)
∗ If the lead edge image loss is not 1.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCA and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCA and
press [START] key.)
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.2mm/step)
(Rear edge void area adjustment)
Adjust so that the rear edge void area is 3.5mm. (Change the
adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE, and press [START] key.)
(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)
17.FRONT/REAR 30
Set the adjustment value of SIDE to 20. (Enter 20 as the adjustment value of SIDE, and press [P] key.)
When the adjustment value is changed, the image position is
shifted in the front/rear frame direction.
<Specification>
Self print lead
edge
adjustment
SIM 50-5
1) Set the lead edge image loss adjustment value (LEAD EDGE)
and the paper lead edge void adjustment value (DENA) as follows.
Set position
Print start
position A of
the output
pattern 1
Specification
A = 4.0mm or less
(Lead and tail
total: 8.0mm or
less)
Set value
Shift of
0.175mm
(35ppm) /
0.225mm
(45ppm) for
set value 1.
(Front/rear frame direction void area adjustment)
Adjust so that the total of the front/rear direction void areas is
7.0mm. (Change the adjustment values of FRONT/REAR, and
press [START] key.)
Front frame void area = 3.5mm
Rear frame void area = 3.5mm
If, as shown above, the front and the rear void areas are not even,
use SIM 50-5 to adjust the image off-center position.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 5
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-9, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
(ADJUSTMENT DATA) 3.RRCA 50
4.RRCB 50 10.SIDE2 ADJ. 50
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING) 5.LEAD 15 6.SIDE 20
(VOID SETTING) 7.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 35
8.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB)35 9.FRONT/REAR 32
2
Fixing screw
(M4 x 8)
<Specification>
Set position
Lead edge void
adjustment
“LEAD EDGE
VOID (DENA)”
Rear edge void
adjustment
“TAIL EDGE VOID
(DENB)”
Side edge void
adjustment
“FRONT/REAR”
Output pattern
“71” print void
quantity A
Output pattern
“71” print void
quantity B
Output pattern
“71” print void
quantity C + D
Set
value
A = 4.0mm or Shift of
less
0.1mm
(A and B total: for set
8.0mm or less) value 1.
B = 4.0mm or
less
(A and B total:
8.0mm or less)
C and D total:
8.0mm or less
Specification
[Fig. 1]
[Fig. 2]
First copy image
First copy image
Image
Image
Paper
Difference
Paper
Difference
B
Print
lead edge
A
• In the case of Fig. 1
Shift cam A in the direction A by the difference in the copy image.
For one scale (one groove), shift by 0.5mm.
B. Adjustment on the scanner side
After shifting, tighten the fixing screw (M3 x 12) of cam A and
make a copy again, and check the copy again to insure that there
is no distortion.
<1> OC scan distortion adjustment
• In the case of Fig. 2
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
Shift cam A in the direction B by the difference in the copy image.
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
After shifting, tighten the fixing screw (M3 x 12) of cam A and
make a copy again, and check the copy again to insure that there
is no distortion.
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
For one scale (one groove), shift by 0.5mm.
• OC scan off-center
After adjustment, tighten the fixing screw (M3 x 12) and the scanner fixing screw (M4 x 8).
• OC scan lead edge adjustment
∗ If the above adjustment does not fix the problem, perform the
1) Make a test chart as shown below. (Make a self-print pattern
71.)
∗ After the OC distortion adjustment, perform SIM53-8 SPF scan-
MB rail adjustment.
ning position automatic adjustment.
<2> SPF height adjustment
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• Nothing special
2) Make a copy from the table glass, and check it.
At that time, set the test chart correctly. If it is set in a distorted
position, the adjustment cannot be made correctly.
3) If the output value is not in the specified range, perform the following adjustment.
4) Adjust the distortion.
Use a level gauge to check that the scanner is installed horizontally.
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• Nothing special
1) Close the (D)SPF.
2) Check to confirm that the dove and the reference plate in the
figure below are in contact with the table glass (point a) and
the side guide (point b). (Place copy paper under the dove and
pull it out.) If they are not in contact, adjust with the set screw.
Make a copy and check it. If there is any distortion as shown in
Fig. 1 or Fig. 2, loosen the scanner fixing screw (M4 x 8) and
the cam A fixing screw (M3 x 12) and adjust.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 6
4) Execute SIM51-2 to check the SPF set value.
a
a
Change the set value of the SPF resist amount to the following
value.
7
8
SPF (HIGH)
SPF (LOW)
60
75
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.TRAY1 60
3.TRAY2 50 4.DESK 50
5.BPT
55
6.ADU
50
7.SPF(HIGH) 60 8.SPF(LOW) 75
1
b
5) Though the SPF resist amount is the above value, if there is
any distortion in SPF scan, adjust the SPF installing position in
the following procedures.
6) Loosen the nut which is fixing the adjustment set screw of the
hinge R, and adjust the adjustment set screw.
7) Make a copy again, and check again that the value is in the
specified range.
8) Tighten the nut to fix the adjustment screw.
b
a
a
b
a
b
a
b
b
<Specification>
Specification
Distance between
dove (Reference
plate) and table
glass
3-point contact
(Left front/Left rear/Right
front when viewed from
the front)
Adjustment
position
Hinge
adjustment set
screw
a
<Specification>
Skew feed
Specification
Within ±3mm
Adjustment position
Hinge R adjustment screw
∗ After the SPF distortion adjustment, perform SIM53-8 SPF
<3> SPF scan distortion adjustment
scanning position automatic adjustment.
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
<4> OC scan magnification ratio adjustment
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• OC scan distortion adjustment
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
• SPF height adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• OC scan distortion adjustment
• SPF off-center
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• SPF lead edge adjustment
• OC scan lead edge adjustment
• Front/rear and left/right void amount setting
• Original off-center adjustment
1) Make a test chart as shown below. (Print a self-print pattern
71.)
2) Make a copy with DSPF.
3) Check that it is in the specified range.
1) Place a print of self-print pattern (A3 or WLT) 70 or a scale on
the table glass.
2) Close the original cover, and make a copy.
3) Check that the value is within the specification.
4) If the value is not within the specified range, execute SIM48-1
(item 3, 4).
5) Make a copy again and check again that the value is within the
specification.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 7
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-7, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
3.CCD(MAIN) 50 4.CCD(SUB) 50
5.SPF(MAIN) 50 6.SPF(SUB) 50 7.CIS(MAIN) 50
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-7, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
3.CCD(MAIN) 50 4.CCD(SUB) 50
5.SPF(MAIN) 50 6.SPF(SUB) 50 7.CIS(MAIN) 50
2
2
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
<Specification>
Specification
Main scan direction
magnification ratio
CCD (MAIN)
Sub scan direction
magnification ratio
CCD (SUB)
±0.5%
Adjustment
Adjustment
position
value
SIM48-1
Set value 1:
(3, 4)
0.1% change
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
4.CCD(SUB)
50
Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
<5> SPF scan magnification ratio
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
• OC scan distortion adjustment
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
6.LCC
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
• SPF scan distortion adjustment
• OC scan magnification ratio
1
• SPF height adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
• Original off-center adjustment
1) Set a chart of print pattern 70 on SPF/DSPF.
2) Make a copy. (In the case of DSPF back copy, make a single
copy in the duplex mode.)
3) Check that the output paper satisfies the specifications.
4) If the value is not within the specified range, execute SIM48-1
(item 5, 6).
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT.
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
100
<Specifications>
5) Make a copy again, and check that the output paper satisfies
the specifications.
Specifications
SPF sub scan direction ±0.5%
magnification ratio
SPF (SUB)
DSPF main scan
(back) direction
magnification ratio
CIS (MAIN)
Adjustment Adjustment
position
value
SIM 48-1
Set value 1:
(5, 6)
0.1% change
∗ The SPF main scan direction magnification ratio is common with
OC.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 8
<6> OC scan lead edge adjustment
Output result
<Document>
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
Rear edge void
Lead edge void
Document set reference
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
Adjust
with
RRCA.
Adjust
with
RRCB.
• OC scan distortion adjustment
• SPF scan distortion adjustment
Image loss
(SIDE)
FR void
• OC scan magnification ratio adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
• Original off-center adjustment
Paper transport direction Image loss
(LEAD)
1) Set an original on the original table.
*: For output, select the right side tray.
2) Enter SIM 50-1.
<7> SPF scan lead edge adjustment
3) Make a copy.
4) Select the number to be set on the right of the LCD, and perform the adjustment of each item.
5) Select "4: RRC-B" so that the distance between the paper lead
edge and the copy image lead edge is within 4.0mm. Change
the value with 10-key and perform the copy adjustment.
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
• SPF scan distortion adjustment
6) Select "5: DEN-B" so that the white spot in the latter half of
copy (rear edge void) is within 4.0mm. Change the value with
10-key and perform the copy adjustment.
(The rear void adjustment is changed by the step of 0.1mm.)
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
• When the rear edge void is too small, increase the value.
• SPF/DSPF off-center adjustment
• When the rear edge void is too great, decrease the value.
1) Make a copy of a chart which indicates the image loss amount
of each side with SPF/DSPF.
7) Select "3: RRC-A," change the value with 10-key, and adjust
the document scan start position.
• SPF magnification ratio adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
2) Execute SIM50-6 and change the values.
8) Press [CA] key to cancel the simulation.
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF). SELECT 0-10, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-9, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
(ADJUSTMENT DATA) 3.RRCA 50
4.RRCB 50 10.SIDE2 ADJ. 50
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING) 5.LEAD 15 6.SIDE 20
(VOID SETTING) 7.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 35
8.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB)35 9.FRONT/REAR 32
2
<Specification>
Item
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)3.SIDE1 50 4.SIDE2 50
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING)
SIDE1: 5.LEAD_EDGE 15 6.FRONT/REAR 20 7.TRAIL_EDGE 0
SIDE2: 8.LEAD_EDGE 15 9.FRONT/REAR 20 10.TRAIL_EDGE 0
<Set values 1>
Content
Specification
Set
range
Default
0 - 99
50
Item
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 RRCA
2
Document scan
start position
4 RRCB
Resist roller
clutch ON timing
adjustment value
10 SIDE2 ADJ. Correction value
for RRCB when
refereeing from
ADU
(Image loss set value)
5 LEAD
Lead edge image
loss set value
6 SIDE
Side image loss
set value
(Void set value)
7 LEAD_EDGE Lead edge void
(DENA)
set value
8 TRAIL_EDGE Rear edge void
(DENB)
adjustment value
9 FRONT/
Front/Rear void
REAR
adjustment value
0
4.0mm or
less
4.0mm or
less
1 - 99
50
0 - 99
15
20
Total 8mm
or less
Total 8mm
or less
Total 8mm
or less
0 - 99
35
32
Set value
1: 0.1mm
shift
Set value
1: 0.1mm
shift
Set value
1: 0.1mm
shift
1
2
TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
selection
COPY START
Copy START (Default)
MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 SIDE1
Front surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
4 SIDE2
Back surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 1)
5 LEAD_EDGE
Front surface lead edge
image loss set value
6 FRONT_REAR
Front surface side edge
image loss set value
7 TRAIL_EDGE
Front surface rear edge
image loss set value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 2)
8 LEAD_EDGE
Back surface lead edge
image loss set value
9 FRONT/REAR
Back surface side edge
image loss set value
10 TRAIL_EDGE
Back surface rear edge
image loss set value
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 9
Set
Default
range
1-6
–
–
25 200%
–
–
0 - 99
50
0 - 99
15
20
0 - 20
0
0 - 99
15
20
0 - 20
0
<Display values 1>
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
<Set values 2>
1
2
3
4
5
• For the duplex mode (Single → Duplex), add 10 to the above set
value.
• When the print line is shifted toward a from the paper center,
decrease the value.
• When the print line is shifted toward b from the paper center,
increase the value.
<Specifications>
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
Machine (OC mode)
Overall (DSPF)
∗ With the above + 10, the SPF enters the duplex mode (DD),
making duplex copy.
±1.5mm
±1.7mm
±2.8mm
±3.5mm
±3.0mm
±3.5mm
3. Scanner section
<Set values 3>
Set range
Single
Duplex
Single S - S
Single D - S
Duplex S - D
Duplex D - D
25 - 200%
A. OC scan distortion adjustment
(MB-B rail height adjustment)
<8> Original off-center adjustment
Items which must have been completed before this adjustment.
• Adjustment on the engine side (If there is no problem in self
print, no need to adjust.)
• This adjustment requires a high-level preciseness.
It is easier to perform the scanner unit distortion adjustment previously described.
• OC scan distortion adjustment
Before performing this adjustment, the following adjustment must
have been completed.
• SPF scan distortion adjustment
• LSU right angle adjustment
• OC scan magnification ratio
1) Make a test chart as shown below. (Print a self-print pattern
71.)
• SPF scan lead edge adjustment
Items which must be executed after completion of this adjustment.
• Nothing special
1) Set an original on the original table.
2) Execute SIM 50-12.
3) Select the paper feed tray and the magnification ratio.
4) After entering the adjustment value, pres START key, and
printing is started.
5) Check the off-center (distance from the paper lead edge) of
the printed copy. Repeat procedure 2 until the printed copy
satisfies the specifications.
2) Make a copy from the table glass, and check it.
At that time, set the test chart correctly. If it is set in a distorted
position, the adjustment cannot be made correctly.
3) If the output value is not in the specified range, perform the following adjustment.
4) Remove the front cabinet in front of the scanner, and check
that installing position of the MB rail.
a
5) Loosen the screw at the right of the MB rail to adjust.
Print lead edge
b
Specification ± 1.5mm
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-9, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
2
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
3.PLATEN 50 4.SPF SIDE1 50 5.SPF SIDE2 50
Adjustment position
Original PLATEN
off-center SPF
SIM50-12 SIDE1
SPF
SIDE2
OC mode
SPF front
surface
adjustment
SPF back
surface
adjustment
Measurem
ent
reference
Copy
output
center line
Set value
Specification
As shone in
the table
below.
Default
50
Range
0 – 99 Set value
1: 0.1mm
shift
<Specifications>
Measurement
point
OC scan
distortion
adjustment
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 10
Specification
Set value
Angle θ in the θ = 90°±0.13° 1 scale = about
above figure
0.25°shift in θ
B. Vertical image distortion balance adjustment
(Copy lamp unit installing position
adjustment)
D. Vertical (sub scanning direction) distortion
adjustment [Winding pulley position
adjustment]
1) Insert the front/rear mirror base drive wire into the frame
groove and press and fix it with the wire holder. At that time, do
not tighten the wire fixing screw. Change the direction of the
lamp positioning plate. (F and R)
This adjustment is executed in the following cases:
2) Push the copy lamp unit onto the positioning plate, and tighten
the wire fixing screw.
• When the mirror base drive wire is replaced.
• When the lamp unit, or No. 2/3 mirror holder is replaced.
• When a copy shown below is made.
Lb
La
Original
Paper
exit
direction
Copy
1) Set A3 white paper on the original table as shown below.
A3
white paper
<Note for assembling the copy lamp unit>
After fixing, manually shift the copy lamp unit a few times to check
that it moves smoothly.
C. Vertical image distortion balance adjustment
(No. 2/3 mirror base unit installing and
position adjustment)
This adjustment is to adjust the parallelism of the mirror base to
the OPC drum surface and the original surface.
1) Manually turn the mirror base drive pulley to bring mirror base
B into contact with mirror base positioning plate.
If, at that time, the front frame side and the frame side of mirror
base B are brought into contact with the mirror base positioning plate simultaneously, the parallelism is correct and there is
no need for adjustment.
Glass holding plate
Fit the paper edge and
the glass holding plate edge
2) With the original cover open, make a normal (X 1.0) copy.
3) Measure the black distance at the lead edge and the rear edge
of the copy paper.
Paper exit direction
La : Lead edge black background section
Lb : Rear edge black background section
If La = Lb, the procedures 4) through 7) are not required.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 11
4) Loosen the fixing screw of the front or the rear frame mirror
base drive pulley.
•If La < Lb, turn the rear frame mirror base drive pulley in
direction B.
(Do not move the mirror base drive pulley shaft.)
•If La > Lb, turn the rear frame mirror base drive pulley in
direction A.
(Do not move the mirror base drive pulley shaft.)
Rear side
5) After completion of adjustment, press the original detection
light emitting unit fully downward with your finger and release
it. Check that the original detection light-emitting unit moves
up smoothly.
<Specification>
Specification Adjustment position
Original size
32±0.5mm Height adjustment SIM 41-3
detection position
screw
F. Original size detection photo sensor check
1) Execute SIM 41-1.
A
B
2) Put A3 (or WLT) paper on the table glass, and check that all
the sensor displays (except for OCSW) on the LCD are highlighted.
3) Gradually move the unit to the left, and check that the highlighted sensor displays turn off one by one sequentially.
Front side
Adjust screw
SIMULATION 41-1
PD SENSOR CHECK..
OCSW PD1 PD2 PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
5) Tighten the fixing screw of the mirror base drive pulley.
G. Original size detection photo sensor
adjustment
6) Perform procedures 1) through 3).
1) Execute SIM 41-2.
7) If La is not equal to Lb, perform procedures 4) and 5).
If La = Lb, the adjustment is completed.
Repeat procedures 1) through 6) until La = Lb.
E. Height adjustment of original detection light
emitting unit
1) Execute SIM 41-3.
2) Open the original cover. Press the original detection light-emitting unit gradually with your finger to check the height at which
OCSW display on the LCD is highlighted.
∗ At that time, check that the scanner mirror base is at the
home position.
2) Open the document cover. Select 1 without placing paper on
the table glass, and press START.
3) When COMPLETE is displayed on the LCD, press SYSTEM
SETTINGS to return to the initial screen.
4) Place A3 (or WLT) paper on the table glass, select 2 and press
START.
When COMPLETE is displayed, the adjustment is normally
completed.
∗ If ERROR is displayed, the error PD sensor is displayed.
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT. SELECT1-2, AND PRESS START.
(PLEASE OPEN THE ORIGINAL COVER.)
1. NO ORIGINAL
2. A3 ORIGINAL
1
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
32±0.5mm
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT.
NO ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR at PD1 PD2...")
A3 ORIGINAL ··· INCOMPLETE
3) Open the original detection light-emitting unit gradually to
check the height at which OCSW display turns to the normal
state.
4) If the heights are out of the specified range in procedures 2)
and 3), adjust the height of the original detection light emitting
unit by shifting the adjustment screw.
SIMULATION 41-3
PD SENSOR DATA DISPLAY.
OCSW
PD1[128]: 200
PD2[128]: 200
PD3[128]: 50
PD4[128]: 52
PD5[128]: 51
PD6[128]: 50
PD7[128]: 52
Select 2 and press [START] key.
(Error)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS]
key.
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT.
NO ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE
A3 ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR at PD1 PD2...")
<Specification>
Document size detection photo
sensor adjustment
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 12
Specification
COMPLETE
Adjustment
SIM 41-2
H. Image density adjustment
(1) Copy mode
The image density adjustment is required for the following copy
quality mode by using the simulation.
a. Test chart setting
There are two methods; the collective adjustment and the individual adjustment of the copy quality mode.
• Copy mode
Copy quality mode Collective
Binary
value
mode
Auto mode
Character mode
Character/Photo mode
Photo mode
Adjustment
Individual
adjustment
1) Place a test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) on the original table as
shown below.
2) Place several sheets of A3 (11 x 17) white paper
(Sharp’s specified paper) on the test chart at the rear reference.
SIM46-2
SIM46-9
SIM46-10
SIM46-11
• FAX mode
Adjustment
Normal
mode
Small text
mode
Fine mode
Super fine
mode
600dpi
mode
Binary value AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Binary value AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Half tone
AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Binary value AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Half tone
AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Binary value AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Half tone
AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Binary value AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
Half tone
AUTO
mode
EXP1.0
EXP2.0
EXP3.0
EXP4.0
EXP5.0
SIM46-12
Individual
adjustment
SIM46-13
UKOG-0162FCZZ
SIM46-14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
W
Test chart comparison
SIM46-15
UKOG1 2 3 4 5 6
0162FCZZ
DENSITY No.
0.1
0.2
0.3
UKOG0089CSZZ
DENSITY No.
KODAK GRAY
1
2
3
SCALE
SHARP
CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
7
8
9
10 W
0.5 1.9 0
4
19
A
b. Density adjustment procedure
SIM46-16
<1> Collective adjustment of two or more copy quality modes
Normally this adjustment is performed with SIM 46-2. In this
method, two or more copy density adjustments in different modes
can be adjusted collectively.
1) Execute SIM 46-2.
(Binary value mode)
Quality mode
AE3.0 (AE)
CH3.0 (Character)
MIX3.0 (Character/Photo)
PH3.0 (Photo)
SIM46-45
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 13
Linked simulation data
SIM46-9
SIM46-10
SIM46-11
<2> Individual adjustment of each copy quality mode
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 0-6, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. AE 3.0 50 4. CH 3.0 50
5. MIX 3.0 50 6. PHOTO 3.0 50
1
Select other then 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS START.
3. AE 3.0
50
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
This adjustment is used when a different density level for different
copy quality mode is required. SIM 46-5 to -7 and SIM 46-9 to -11
are used.
1) Execute the simulation corresponding to the copy quality
mode to be adjusted.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 0-11, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. 1.0 50 4. 1.5 50 5. 2.0 50
6. 2.5 50 7. 3.0 50 8. 3.5 50
9. 4.0 50 10. 4.5 50 11. 5.0 50
1
Select other than 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). NOW COPYING.
Press
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3. 1.0
50
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key,
or press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 3-6, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. AE 3.0
4. CH 3.0
5. MIX 3.0
6. PHOTO 3.0
1
2) Press the COPY button to make a copy.
Check that the copy density is as shown in the table below.
If not, change the adjustment value.
• Adjustment spec
Mode
Character
Character/
Photo
Photo
Auto
EXP.
3
3
3
Chart
No.
3
3
3
3
Adjustment Chart Adjustment
level
No.
level
Copied
2
Not copied
Copied
2
Not copied
Copied
Copied
2
2
Not copied
Not copied
If the copy density is too light, increase the adjustment value.
If the copy density is too dark, decrease the adjustment value.
Adjustment range: 30 - 170
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key. Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). NOW COPYING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 3-11, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. 1.0
4. 1.5
5. 2.0
6. 2.5
7. 3.0
8. 3.5
9. 4.0
10. 4.5
11. 5.0
1
2) Press the COPY button to make a copy
Check that the copy density is as shown in the table below. If not,
change the adjustment value.
For the auto mode, there is only one adjustment value. For the
other modes, the adjustment value for each density level must be
adjusted.
(2) Adjusting the print quality in fax mode
This adjustment is needed in the following situations:
• The CCD unit has been replaced.
• U2 trouble has occurred.
• The MFP control PWB has been replaced.
• The EEPROM on the MFP control PWB has been replaced.
• The scanner control PWB has been replaced.
• The EEPROM on the scanner control PWB has been replaced.
• One or more parts of the scanner (reading) section have been
replaced.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 14
(Fax mode image density adjustment items)
Image mode
Fax mode
print density
adjustment
(standard
mode)
Fax mode
print density
adjustment
(smallcharacter
mode)
Auto
Binary mode
mode
Manual Binary mode
Fax mode
print density
adjustment
(fine mode)
Auto
mode
Auto
mode
Manual
Manual
Fax mode
print density
adjustment
(super fine
mode)
Auto
mode
Fax mode
print density
adjustment
(600dpi
mode)
Auto
mode
Manual
Manual
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
Binary mode
Half tone
mode
2) Go through the modes specified in Simulation 46-12.
Simulation for
adjustment
IndividualAll-mode
mode
adjustment
adjustment
46-12
46-13
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET). SELECT 0-2, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.FAX EXP.LEVEL 50
1
Select other than 0 - 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET), INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
2.FAX EXP.LEVEL
46-14
50
Select 1, and
Press [START] key.
press [START] key.
46-15
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET). NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
46-16
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET).SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
46-45
Set
Default
range
TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray selection
–
–
COPY START
Copy START (Default)
FAX EXP. LEVEL FAX mode print density 0 - 99
50
Item
0
1
2
(Fax mode density)
The print density settings should be normally left at defaults but
should be adjusted according to user requests, if any.
a. Adjust the fax mode print density for all modes at once
1) Set the test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) on the original table so
that it aligns with the front frame. Then put four or five pieces
of A3 (11" x 17") paper .
3) Select the adjustment item (FAX EXP. LEVEL) using the
numeric keypad.
4) Press the Start key.
5) Press the Start key (A copy is created.)
Check the print density.
If the print density is not at an acceptable level, do the following steps.
6) Enter the print adjustment value using the numeric keypad.
7) Press the P or Start key
This applies the adjustment value.
Pressing the Start key starts print operation as well as applying the adjustment value.
8) Check the print density.
Repeat steps 6 to 8 until an acceptable print density is obtained.
00
Note: Adjusting the Fax print density through this simulation
changes the print density settings for all Fax modes to the
density level applied by carrying out this simulation.
The Fax mode print density settings for individual Fax
modes adjusted through Simulations 46-13, -14, -15, -16
and -45 are changed to the print density level applied by
this simulation.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 15
b. Adjust the fax mode print density (standard mode/
small-character mode/super fine mode/600dpi mode)
Item
This adjustment is intended to the print mode for each Fax mode
individually. In manual mode, the print density setting for each print
density adjustment level (1 to 5) can be adjusted to a custom density level.
1) Set the test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) on the original table so
that it aligns with the front frame. Then put four or five pieces
of A3 (11" x 17") paper .
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Set
range
–
0 - 99
Default
–
50
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE).SELECT 0-14,AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
9.AUTO(H)
50
10.1.0(H) 50
11.2.0(H) 50
12.3.0(H) 50
13.4.0(H) 50
14.5.0(H) 50
1
00
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
2) Go through the simulation modes that correspond to the Fax
modes for which to adjust the print density (i.e., the modes
specified in Simulations 46-13, -14, -15, -16, or -45).
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
4.1.0
50
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
1
Select 1,
Press [START] key.
and press
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
[START] key.
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key. Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
4.1.0
50
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Select 1,
Press [START] key.
and press
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
[START] key.
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). NOW PRINTING.
Press [START] key,
or press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). SELECT 3-14, AND PRESS START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H)
10.1.0(H)
11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H)
13.4.0(H)
14.5.0(H)
1
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE +20:DSPF MODE)
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 3-8, AND PRESS START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
1
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 16
Set
Default
range
–
–
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
11 2.0 (H)
12 3.0 (H)
13 4.0 (H)
14 5.0 (H)
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1
(Half-tone)
Exposure level 2
(Half-tone)
Exposure level 3
(Half-tone)
Exposure level 4
(Half-tone)
Exposure level 5
(Half-tone)
0 - 99
50
(2) When replacing the original width detection
volume.
Execute SIM53-6 to perform the machine DSPF original tray size
adjustment.
1) Extend the guide to MAX. position, select 1, and press START.
When COMPLETE is displayed, press [SYSTEM SETTINGS]
key to return to the initial screen.
2) Move the guide to A4R position, select 2, and press START.
When COMPLETE is displayed, press [SYSTEM SETTINGS]
key to return to the initial screen.
3) Move the guide to A5R position, select 3, and press START.
When COMPLETE is displayed, press [SYSTEM SETTINGS]
key to return to the initial screen.
4) Move the guide to MIN. position, select 4, and press START.
When COMPLETE is displayed, the adjustment is completed.
If ERROR is displayed in procedures 1) - 4), repeat the adjustment
again.
3) Using the numeric keypad, select the number that corresponds to the adjustment item. Choose from numbers 3 to 8
(14).
• Auto mode
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1.MAX.POSITION
2.POSITION 1
3.POSITION 2
4.MIN.POSITION
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
• Manual mode (print density adjustment level)
For manual mode, select the number that corresponds to the
print density level (1 to 5). (Choose from numbers (4 to 8) (1014)).
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MAX.POSITION ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
4) Press the Start key
Select 2, and press [START] key.
5) Press the Start key. (A copy is created.)
I. DSPF width detection adjustment
(1) When replacing DSPF unit
1) Use SIM53-7 to enter the value indicated on the side of the
right hinge of the DSPF unit.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 1 ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
Select 3, and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 53-7
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT(MANUAL). SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS
START.
1.MAX.POSITION:
66
2.POSITION 1 : 456
3.POSITION 2 : 713
4.MIN.POSITION: 791
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 2 ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
Select 4, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MIN.POSITION ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
SIMULATION 53-7
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT(MANUAL). INPUT VALUE 0-1023, AND
PRESS START.
1.MAX.POSITION
66
MX-M350/M450 N/U ADJUSTMENTS 8 - 17
[9] SIMULATION
1. Outline and purpose
The simulation has the following functions to grasp the machine
operating status, identify the trouble position and causes in an earlier stage, and make various setups and adjustments speedily for
improving the serviceability of the machine.
1) Various adjustments
2) Setup of specifications and functions
3) Canceling troubles
4) Operation check
5) Various counters check, setup, and clear
6) Machine operating status (operation history) data check, clear
7) Transfer of various data (adjustments, setup, operations,
counters)
The operating procedures and the displays differ depending on the
form of the operation panel of the machine.
2. Code-type simulation
A. Operating procedures and operations
∗ Entering the simulation mode
1) Copy mode key ON → Program key ON → Asterisk (*) key ON
→ CLEAR key ON → Asterisk (*) key ON → Ready for input of
a main code of simulation
2) Entering a main code with the 10-key → START key ON
3) Entering a sub code with the 10-key → START key ON
4) Select an item with the scroll key and the item key.
5) The machine enters the mode corresponding to the selected
item.
Press START key or EXECUTE key to start the simulation
operation.
To cancel the current simulation mode or to change the main
code and the sub code, press the SYSTEM SETTINGS key.
∗ Canceling the simulation mode to return to the normal mode
1) Press CA key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 1
START (Copy mode)
Press the Program key.
Press the asterisk (*) key.
Press the clear key.
Press the asterisk (*) key.
Press the SYSTEM
SETTINGS key
Standby for entry of
SIM code.
Enter the main code of
SIM with the 10-key.
The main code of SIM
is displayed.
NO
Press the START button.
YES
Standby for entry of SIM
sub code
YES
Is there a sub code ?
Press the SYSTEM
SETTINGS key
NO
Enter SIM sub code with
the 10-key.
Is it the same
simulation ?
YES
he
Select the mode and the
item with the scroll key
and the item key.
Press the START button.
NO
YES
Operation check ?
NO
Operating conditions
check ?
NO
Data clear ?
YES
Adjustments
or setting (counter data
change) ?
NO
Do you
want to end the
simulation ?
Press the EXECUTE button
and OK button.
The display is made according to
the selected some and the item.
YES
Press the EXECUTE button
and OK button.
The selected mode and
the item are cleared.
NO
Operation is made according
to the selected mode and the item.
(Other modes)
The display is made according
to the selected mode and the item.
Do you
want to change the
content ?
NO
The changed content
is stored.
YES
Enter the new setting and
adjustment values.
The simulation mode
is canceled.
Press the EXECUTE button
and OK button.
Operation is made according
to the selected mode and item.
NO
YES
Do you want
to perform another
simulation ?
Press the EXECUTE button
and OK button.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 2
YES
Press the clear all key.
B. Simulation list
Code
Main Sub
10
1
(1) Main/ Sub
Code
Main Sub
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
3
2
3
6
10
20
21
4
2
3
5
1
2
3
6
1
2
7
8
1
6
8
1
2
6
17
9
1
2
Function (Purpose)
Used to check the operations of the scanner (read)
unit and its control circuit.
Used to check the operation of sensor and
detector in the scanning (read) section and the
related circuit.
Used to check the operations of the automatic
document feeder unit and the control circuit.
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the automatic document feeder unit
and the related circuits.
Used to check the operations of the loads in the
automatic document feeder unit and the control
circuits.
Used to check the operation of sensor and
detector in the finisher and the related circuit.
Used to check the operation of the load in the
finisher and the control circuit.
Used to adjust the stacking capacity of the finisher.
(Used to adjust the alignment plate (jogger) stop
position in the finisher paper width direction. The
adjustment is made by changing the alignment
plate home position in the paper width direction by
software.)
Console finisher adjustment
Used to check the mail bin stacker sensor.
Used to check the operations of the mail bin
stacker loads.
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the paper feed section (desk paper
feed/large capacity tray) and the related circuit.
Used to check the operations of the loads in the
paper feed section (desk paper feed/large capacity
tray) and the related circuit.
Used to check the operation of the display, LCD in
the operation panel, and control circuit.
Used to check the operation of the heater lamp
and the control circuit.
Used to check the operation of the scanner lamp
and the control circuit.
Used to check the operation of the paper transport
system loads and the control circuit.
Used to check the operations of each fan motor
and its control circuit.
Used to set the operating conditions of aging.
Used to set the intermittent aging cycle.
Used to set the warm-up time display YES/NO.
Used to check and adjust the operations of the
developing voltage of each color and the control
circuit.
Used to check and adjust the operation of the main
charger grid voltage in each printer mode and the
control circuit.
Used to check and adjust the operation of the
transfer voltage and the control circuit.
Used to check and adjust the operation of the
transfer voltage and the related circuit. (Transfer
belt cleaning mode)
Used to check and adjust the operation of the load
(clutch/solenoid) in the duplex section and the
control circuit.
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the duplex section and its control
circuit.
13
0
14
0
15
0
16
17
0
0
21
22
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
19
30
23
31
2
80
24
1
2
Function (Purpose)
Used to check the operations of the toner motor
and the related circuit.
Used to cancel the self-diag "U1" trouble. (Only
when FAX is installed.)
Used to cancel excluding the self-diag U1/LCC/U2/
PF troubles.
Used to cancel the self-diag "U6-01, 02, 03, F3-12,
22" (large capacity paper feed tray, paper feed
trays 1, 2) troubles.
Used to cancel the self-diag U2 troubles.
Used to cancel the PF troubles (when the copy
inhibit command from the host computer is
received).
Used to set the maintenance cycle.
Used to check the print count value in each section
and each operation mode. (Used to check the
maintenance timing.)
Used to check the total numbers of misfeed and
troubles. (When the number of misfeed is
considerably great, it is judged as necessary for
repair. The misfeed rate is obtained by dividing this
count value with the total counter value.)
Used to check misfeed positions and the misfeed
count of each position. (If the misfeed count is
considerably great, it may be judged as necessary
to repair.)
Used to check the trouble (self diag) history.
Used to check the ROM version of each unit
(section).
Used to output the list of the setting and
adjustment data (simulations, FAX soft switch,
counters).
Used to display the key operator code. (This
simulation is used when the customer forgets the
key operator code.)
Used to check the number of use of the finisher,
the SPF, and the scan (reading) unit.
Used to check the number of use (print quantity) of
each paper feed section.
Used to check the system configuration (option,
internal hardware).
Used to check the use frequency (send/receive) of
FAX. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the SPF misfeed positions and the
number of misfeed at each position. (When the
number of misfeed is considerably great, it can be
judged as necessary for repair.)
Used to check the operating time of the process
section (OPC drum, DV unit, toner bottle).
Used to check the values of the counters related to
the scan mode and the Internet FAX mode.
OSA vendor ID display (Application
Communication Module)
OSA vendor ID display (External account module)
Used to check the trouble history of paper jam and
misfeed. (If the number of misfeed and troubles is
considerably great, it may be judged as necessary
to repair.)
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the paper feed and transport section.
Used to clear the misfeed counter, the misfeed
history, the trouble counter, and the trouble history.
(The counters are cleared after completion of
maintenance.)
Used to clear the number of use (the number of
prints) of each paper feed section.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 3
Code
Main Sub
24
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
15
25
1
2
26
3
5
6
10
18
30
35
38
41
50
52
68
27
1
5
Function (Purpose)
Used to clear the number of use of the finisher,
SPF, and the scan (reading) unit.
Used to reset the maintenance counter.
Used to reset the developer counter. (The
developer counter of the DV unit which is installed
is reset.)
Used to reset the copy counter.
Used to clear the OPC drum counter. (Perform this
simulation when the OPC drum is replaced.)
Used clear the printer mode print counter and the
self print mode print counter.
Used to clear the FAX counter. (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to reset the OPC drum rotation time, and the
DV unit rotation time counter. The developer
counter in the DV unit installed is reset.
Used to clear the counters related to the scan
mode and the Internet FAX mode.
Used to check the operations of the developing
section (toner concentration, humidity and toner
concentration sensor, humidity sensor,
temperature sensor output can be monitored.)
Used to make the initial setting of toner
concentration when replacing developer.
Used to set the specifications of the auditor.
Setting must be made according to the auditor use
conditions.
Used to set the count mode of the total counter
and the maintenance counter.
Used to set the specifications (paper, document
detection, etc.) of the destination.
Used to set the network scanner trial mode.
Used to set YES/NO of toner save operation. (This
function is valid only in Japan and UK versions.
(Depends on the destination setting of SIM26-6.)
For the other destinations, the same setting can be
made by the user program P22.)
Used to set the operation mode conforming to the
CE mark (Europe safety standards). (Conforming
to soft start when driving the fusing heater lamp.)
Used to set whether the same continuous troubles
are displayed as one trouble or the series of
troubles with SIM 22-4 when the same troubles
occur continuously.
Used to set CONTINUE/STOP of printing when
maintenance timing is over and the count value
reaches 110% of replacement timing (life).
Used to set the automatic magnification ratio
selection (AMS) in the pamphlet mode.
Black-White reverse YES/NO setting (Except for
UK)
Used to set whether non-print paper (insertion
paper, cover paper) (blank image print paper) is
counted up or not.
Used to set ENABLE/DISABLE of the CA key
cancel function of print stop.
Used to set the specifications for operations in
case of communication trouble between the host
computer and MODEM (machine side). (When
communication trouble occurs between the host
computer MODEM and the machine, the self diag
display (U7-00) is printed and setting for inhibition
of print or not is made.)
Used to enter the machine tag No. (This function
allows to check the tag No. of the machine with the
host computer.)
Code
Main Sub
30
1
2
40
1
2
7
11
12
41
1
2
3
43
1
44
1
4
9
14
16
46
2
9
10
11
12
13
14
Function (Purpose)
Used to check the operation of sensors and
detectors in other than the paper feed section and
the operations of the related circuits.
Used to check the operation of sensors and
detectors in the paper feed section and the related
circuits.
Used to check the operation of the manual feed
tray paper size detector and the related circuit.
(The operation of the manual feed tray paper size
detector can be monitored with the LCD display.)
Used to adjust the manual paper feed tray paper
width detector detection level.
Used to enter the manual paper feed tray paper
width adjustment value.
Used to check the multi-purpose tray width
detection level.
Used to adjust the multi-purpose tray width
detection level.
Used to check the operation of the document size
sensor and the related circuit. (The operation of
the document size sensor can be monitored with
the LCD display.)
Used to adjust the document size sensor sensing
level.
Used to check the operation of the document size
sensor and the related circuit. (The document size
sensor output level can be monitored with the LCD
display.)
Used to set the fusing temperature in each
operation mode.
Used to set enable/disable of correction operations
in the image forming (process) section.
Used to set the target image (reference) density
level in the developing bias voltage correction.
Used to check the data related to the image
forming section correction (process correction)
result (corrected main charger grid voltage, the
developing bias voltage, and the laser power
voltage in each print mode). (This simulation
allows to check that correction is performed
normally or not.)
Used to check the output level of the temperature
sensor and the humidity sensor.
Used to check the toner concentration control
data.
Used to adjust the copy density in all the copy
modes (Auto, Text, Text/Photo, and Photo mode).
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary - Text
mode). An optional print density can be set for
each density level (display value).
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary Text/Photo mode). An optional print density can be
set for each density level (display value).
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary Photo mode). An optional print density can be set
for each density level (display value).
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(all modes).
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each normal mode). (Only when FAX is installed.)
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each fine mode). (Only when FAX is installed.)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 4
Code
Main Sub
46
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
27
31
39
45
48
46
1
5
49
50
6
1
1
2
5
6
7
10
12
27
Function (Purpose)
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each super fine mode). (Only when FAX is
installed.)
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each ultra fine mode). (Only when FAX is
installed.)
Used to set the gain in shading correction.
Used to adjust the gamma (density gradient) in the
copy mode.
Used to set the auto mode operation specifications
in each mode (copy, scan, FAX).
Used to adjust the copy density correction in the
SPF copy mode for the document table copy
mode. The adjustment is made so that the copy
density becomes the same as that of the
document table copy mode.
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in all the
scanner modes.
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
normal text mode.
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
fine text mode.
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
super fine text mode.
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
ultra fine text mode.
Used to adjust the gamma (density gradient) of the
network scanner mode.
Used to adjust sharpness of the copy mode.
Used to adjust sharpness of the FAX mode.
Used to adjust the image density in the FAX mode
(600dpi).
Used to adjust sharpness of the scanner mode.
Used to adjust the copy magnification ratio (in the
main scanning and the sub scanning directions).
Used to adjust the copy magnification ratio in the
sub scanning direction.
HSYNC cycle adjustment
Firmware updating
Used to adjust the copy image position and the
void area (image loss) adjustment on print paper in
the copy mode. (The similar adjustment can be
performed with SIM 50-5 and 50-2 (Simplified
method).) (Document table mode)
Used to adjust the document scan position, the
image print position, and the void area (image
loss). (Simple adjustment) (This adjustment is the
simple method of SIM 50-1.) (Document table
mode)
Used to adjust the print image position and the
void area (image loss) on print paper. (Adjustment
as the print engine) (This adjustment is reflected
on all the FAX/printer/copy modes.)
Used to adjust the copy image position and void
area (image loss) on print paper in the copy mode.
(The similar adjustment can be performed with
SIM 50-7 (simple method).) (SPF mode)
Used to adjust the copy image position and void
area (image loss) on print paper in the copy mode.
(The similar adjustment can be performed with
SIM 50-6.) (SPF mode)
Used to adjust the print image off-center position.
(Adjusted separately for each paper feed section.)
Used to adjust the scan image off-center position.
(Adjusted separately for each scan mode.)
Used to adjust the image loss of the scan image in
the FAX/scan mode.
Code
Main Sub
51
2
53
6
7
8
55
1
2
3
56
1
60
1
61
1
2
3
4
62
1
2
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
63
1
2
7
64
1
Function (Purpose)
Used to adjust the contact pressure of paper on
the resist roller of each section (each paper feed,
duplex feed and SPF paper feed of the copier).
(This adjustment is required when the print image
position variations are considerably great or when
paper jams occur frequently.)
Used to adjust the DSPF width detection level.
Used to enter the SPF width detection adjustment
value.
Used to adjust the document scan start position.
(Used to adjust the scanner scan position in the
SPF mode front scan.)
Used to set the specifications of the engine control
operations. (PCU PWB)
Used to set the specifications of the scanner
control operations. (Scanner control PWB)
Used to set the specifications of the controller
operations. (MFP control PWB)
Used to transfer the MFP controller data. (Used to
repair the PWB.)
Used to check the MFP control (DRAM) operations
(read/write).
Used to check the operation of the scanner (write)
unit (LSU).
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the copy mode.
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the FAX mode.
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the printer mode.
Used to format the hard disk. (Only in the model
with a disk installed)
Used to check the operation of the hard disk (read/
write). (Only in the model with a disk installed)
(Partial check)
Used to check the operation of the hard disk (read/
write). (Only in the model with a disk installed) (All
areas check)
Used to check the operations of the hard disk.
(The self diag operation of the SMART function is
executed.) (Only in the model with a disk installed)
Used to check the operations of the hard disk.
(The result of the self diag operation of the SMART
function is printed out.) (Only in the model with a
disk installed)
Used to format the hard disk (the system area
excluded). (Only in the model with a disk installed)
Used to format the hard disk (the system area).
(Only in the model with a disk installed)
Used to delete a job complete list (also to delete
job log data) (Only in the model with a disk
installed)
Used to delete document filing data. (The
management area (standard folder, user folder) is
cleared.) (Only in the model with a disk installed)
Used to check the result of shading correction.
(The shading correction data are displayed.)
Used to execute shading.
Used to adjust the white plate scan start position
for shading. (Document table mode)
Used to check the operation of the printer section
(self-print operation), (The print pattern, the paper
feed mode, the print mode, the print quantity, and
the density can be optionally set.)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 5
Code
Main Sub
65
1
2
66
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Function (Purpose)
Used to adjust the touch panel (LCD display
section) detection position.
Used to check the result of the touch panel (LCD
display) detection position adjustment. (The
coordinates are displayed.)
Used to change and check the FAX soft switch
functions. (Used to change and check the
functions provided for the FAX soft switches.)
(Only when FAX is installed)
Used to clear the FAX soft switch function data and
to set to the default. (Excluding the adjustment
values.) (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the operation of the FAX PWB
memory (read/write). (This adjustment is required
when the PWB is replaced with a new one.) (Only
when FAX is installed)
Used to check the output operation of data signals
in each data output mode of FAX. (Used to check
the operation of MODEM. ) Send level: Max. (Only
when FAX is installed)
Used to check the output operation of data signals
in each data output mode of FAX. (Used to check
the operation of MODEM.) An output is sent at the
send level set by the soft switch. (Only when FAX
is installed)
Used to print the confidential pass code. (Used
when the confidential pass code is forgotten.)
(Only when FAX is installed)
Used to print the image memory data (memory
send/receive). (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the output operation of various
sound signals of FAX. (Used to check the
operation of the sound output IC.) Send level: Max.
(Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the output operation of various
sound signals of FAX. (Used to check the
operation of the sound output IC.) An output is sent
at the send level set by the soft switch. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Used to clear all data of the image memory
(memory send/receive). The confidential data are
also cleared at the same time. (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to check the output operation of FAX G3
mode 300bps. (Used to check the operation of
MODEM.) Send level: Max. (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to check the output operation of FAX G3
mode 300bps. (Used to check the operation of
MODEM.) An output is send at the send level set
by the soft switch. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to enter (set) the number of FAX dial signal
output test. (The dial number set by this simulation
is outputted when the dial signal output test is
made by SIM 66-14 - 16. ) (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to set the make time in the FAX pulse dial
mode (10pps) and to test the dial signal output.
(The dial number signal set by SIM 66-13 is
outputted.) Used to check troubles in dialing and to
check the operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to set the make time in the FAX pulse dial
mode (20pps) and to test the dial signal output.
(The dial number signal set by SIM 66-13 is
outputted.) Used to check troubles in dialing and to
check the operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
Code
Main Sub
66
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
39
42
43
67
16
Function (Purpose)
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. (The dial number signal set
by SIM 66-13 is outputted.) The send level can be
set to an optional level. Used to check troubles in
dialing and to check the operation. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. Send level: Max. Used to
check the operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. An output is sent at the send
level set by the soft switch. Used to check the
operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to back-up the HDD data into the Flash
memory (optional FAX expansion memory: ARMM9). (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to read the back-up data by SIM 66-19 to the
SRAM/HDD. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to print information related to FAX (various
registrations, communication management, file
management, system error protocol). (Only when
FAX is installed)
Used to adjust the handset volume. (Only when
the FAX is installed.)
Used to download the FAX program. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
Used to clear the FAST memory data. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Used to register the FAX number for Modem dialin. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
Used to register external telephone numbers for
Modem dial-in. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
Used to register the transfer number for voice
warp. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
Used to clear data related to an address book
(one-touch registration, program registration/
expansion, relay memory box registration, each
table content).
Used to check the change in the TEL/LIU status.
(Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the relay operation. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Used to check the receive data (fixed data) from
the line. (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to check the signal (BUSY TONE/CNG/CED/
FNET/DTMF) detection. (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to measure the communication time of test
image data. (Only when FAX is installed)
Modem program rewriting. (Only when FAX is
installed) Not used in the market. (For
development)
Used to check interface between MFPC controller
and MDMC. (Check of the data line or the
command line) (Only when FAX is installed)
Used to set the destination specifications. (Only
when FAX is installed)
PIC program rewriting (Only when FAX is installed)
PIC adjustment value writing (Only when FAX is
installed)
Used to check the operation of the network card.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 6
C. Details
2
2-1
1
1-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the scanner
(read) unit and its control circuit.
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the operation mode with 10-key.
2) Press START key.
The SPF repeat paper feed, transport, and paper exit at the
speed corresponding to the operation mode.
1) Select the operation mode with 10-key.
2) Press START key.
The operation can be stopped by [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
The scanner performs scanning at the speed corresponding to
the operation mode.
1
2
3
4
TOP SPEED
HIGH SPEED
MIDDLE SPEED
LOW SPEED
Top speed (220mm/s)
High speed (168.7mm/s)
Middle speed (110mm/s)
Low speed (55mm/s)
SIMULATION 1-1
SCANNER CHECK. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1. TOP SPEED
2. HIGH SPEED
3. MIDDLE SPEED
4. LOW SPEED
Press [START] key, and the
operation is started.
1
HIGH SPEED
LOW SPEED
Press [START] key, and the
operation is started.
1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of sensor and
detector in the scanning (read) section and the
related circuit.
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
SPLSn
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the automatic document feeder unit
and the related circuits.
DSPF
Operation
The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed.
• The scanner (read) unit is not in the home position.: "MHPS" is
normally displayed.
The sensor and detector operation conditions are displayed.
SIMULATION 1-2
SCANNER SENSOR CHECK..
MHPS
2
Operation/Procedure
• The scanner (read) unit is in the home position.: "MHPS" section
is highlighted.
Operation/Procedure
Optical system home position
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 2-1
SPF AGING TEST. EXECUTING···.
1. HIGH SPEED
2. LOW SPEED
SPFSET
SOCD
SCOV
SPED
SPPD
SPOD
SWDn
MHPS
High speed
Low speed
2-2
1-2
Section
Item
1
2
SIMULATION 2-1
SPF AGING TEST. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1. HIGH SPEED
2. LOW SPEED
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
scanning is stopped.
SIMULATION 1-1
SCANNER CHECK. EXECUTING···.
1. TOP SPEED
2. HIGH SPEED
3. MIDDLE SPEED
4. LOW SPEED
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the automatic
document feeder unit and the control circuit.
DSPF
Operation
CISSET
STSET
SWD_LEN
SWD_AD
SPF sensor
Open/close sensor
Paper feed cover sensor
Document set sensor
Resist front detection sensor
Document paper exit sensor
Document width sensor (n → 1 (inside) - 6
(outside))
Document length sensor (n → 1 (inside) - 2
(outside))
CIS installation detection
Stamp unit installation sensor
SPF guide plate position (unit: 0.1mm)
SPF document width detection volume output AD
value
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 7
SIMULATION 2-2
SPF SENSOR CHECK.
SPFSET
SOCD
SPPD
SPOD
SWD4
SWD3
SPLS2
SPLS1
SWD_LEN: 2100
SCOV
SWD6
SWD2
CISSET
SWD_AD: 600
SPED
SWD5
SWD1
STSET
2-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the loads in the
automatic document feeder unit and the control
circuits.
DSPF
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press START key.
The load selected in procedure 1 is operated.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation of the load.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
MOTOR(H)
MOTOR(L)
SDSS
SPFS
SPFC
SRRC
STMPS
Motor high speed
Motor low speed
SPF gate solenoid
SPF pick-up solenoid
SPF paper feed clutch
SPF resist roller clutch
Stamp solenoid
SIMULATION 2-3
SPF LOAD TEST. SELECT 1-7, AND PRESS START.
1.MOTOR(H) 2.MOTOR(L)
3.SDSS
4.SPFS
5.SPFC
6.SRRC
7.STMPS
Press [START] key, and the
operation is started.
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the
operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 2-3
SPF LOAD TEST. EXECUTING···.
1.MOTOR(H) 2.MOTOR(L)
3.SDSS
4.SPFS
5.SPFC
7.STMPS
2
6.SRRC
3
3-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of sensor and
detector in the finisher and the related circuit.
Finisher
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
STHP
POD
SCID
PID
T2PD
T2DN
T2UP
JRHP
JFHP
SCID2
STTHP2
STTHP1
STUHP
PSHP
PPD
DSW2
DSW1
24VM
T1PF
STSP
STLS
STNC
DOPD
MMLK
SCPD
FSSS
FJS
FFDSW
FTCS
FFDS
FSPS
FSUC
FSS
FSTHPS
FSHPS
FLE
FLLLS
FULS
FFE
FFES
FFRHPS
FFHPS
FFPS
FSLS
FBES
FOBHPS
FAS
FRJHPS
FFJHPS
FARHPS
FPHPS
FES
Built-in finisher
Stapler HP detection
Tray 2 paper exit detection
Staple compiler paper entry detection
Paper entry detection
Tray 2 paper empty detection
Tray 2 lower limit detection
Tray 2 upper limit detection
Jogger R HP
Jogger (F) HP
Staple compiler paper entry detection 2
Staple rotation HP detection 2
Staple rotation HP detection 1
Staple shift HP detection
Pusher HP detection
Paper hold return detection
Staple replacement door open detection
Compiler jam cancel door open detection
24V power supply
Tray 1 full detection
Stapling ready detection
Cartridge inside spare staple empty detection
Cartridge empty detection
Interface unit door open detection
Main drive motor lock detection
Staple compiler paper empty detection
Console finisher
Stapler safety switch
Joint switch
Front door switch
Upper cover sensor
Front door sensor
Self prime sensor
Stapler connection detection
Staple sensor
Stapler HP sensor
Slide HP sensor
Lift lock sensor
Lift lower limit sensor
Lift upper limit sensor
Bookbinding clock sensor
Bookbinding paper sensor
Bookbinding roller HP sensor
Bookbinding HP sensor
Bookbinding position sensor
Paper surface sensor
Tray paper sensor
Paper exit belt HP sensor
Alignment tray sensor
Alignment HP sensor R
Alignment HP sensor F
Bundle roller HP sensor
Paddle HP sensor
Entry port sensor
• The following units are added when the punch unit is installed to
the console finisher:
FPE
FPSHPS
FPUC
FPDS
FPDSS4
FPDSS3
FPDSS2
FPDSS1
FPTS
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 8
Punch motor encoder
Punch side register HP
Punch connection detection
Punch dust sensor
Punch side register sensor 4
Punch side register sensor 3
Punch side register sensor 2
Punch side register sensor 1
Punch timing sensor
(Built-in finisher)
SIMULATION 3-3
FINISHER SENSOR CHECK.
PID
SCID
SCPD
POD
T2DN
T2PD
STNC
STHP
PSHP
STUHP
STTHP2
DOPD
24VM
MMLK
SIMULATION 3-3
FINISHER LOAD TEST. SELECT 1SCID2
T1PF
STSP
JFHP
STTHP1
DSW1
PPD
T2UP
STLS
JRHP
2
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
DSW2
SIMULATION 3-3
FINISHER LOAD TEST. EXECUTING
(Console finisher)
SIMULATION 3-2
FINISHER SENSOR CHECK.
FSSS FJS
FFDSW FTCS
FFDS
FSPS FSUC
FSS
FSTHPS FSHPS
FLE
FLLLS
FULS FFE
FFES
FFRHPS FFHPS
FFPS
FSLS
FBES FOBHPS FAS
FRJHPS FFJHPS FARHPS FPHPS
FES
(FPE)(FPSHPS)(FPUC)(FPDS)(FPDSS4)(FPDSS3)(FPDSS2)
(FPDSS1)(FPTS)
3-3
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the load in the
finisher and the control circuit.
Finisher
Operation
.
2
3-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
( ) : Added when the punch unit is installed.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
AND PRESS START.
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the stacking capacity of the finisher.
(Used to adjust the alignment plate (jogger) stop
position in the finisher paper width direction. The
adjustment is made by changing the alignment
plate home position in the paper width direction by
software.)
Finisher
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Enter the adjustment value with 10 digit key pad and press START
key. The jogger moves to LT position (Inch series) or A4 position
(AB series) according to the entered value, and stops there.
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
SIMULATION 3-6
FINISHER JOGGER ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 40-60, AND PRESS START.
2) Press START key.
50
The load selected in procedure 1 is operated.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation of the
load.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
T2S
T2OM
SPS
SCRS
PPS
SCGS
STTM
STUM
MM
EVM
STM
JRM
JFM
PSM
FFC
FPSM
FPNM
FLM
FFSM
FSM
FRJM
FFJM
FAM
FPM
FFM
Built-in finisher
Tray 2 solenoid
Paper exit motor
Stopper solenoid
Roller pressure release solenoid
Rear edge h folding solenoid
Compiler gate solenoid
Staple rotation motor
Stapler shift motor
Main drive motor
Elevator motor
Staple motor
Jogger motor rear
Jogger motor front
Pusher motor
Console finisher
Folding clutch
Puncher side register motor
Punch motor
Shift motor
Stapler motor
Slide motor
Alignment motor R
Alignment motor F
Bundle exit motor
Paddle motor
Transport motor
Press [START] key, and the
operation is started.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the
operation is stopped.
Stops when the operation is terminated.
SIMULATION 3-6
FINISHER JOGGER ADJUSTMENT. MOVING....
50
3-10
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Console finisher adjustment
Finisher
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The entered value is stored.)
Item
1 Saddle binding position
adjustment
2 Saddle folding position
adjustment
3 Front alignment position
adjustment
4 Rear alignment position
adjustment
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 9
Set
Initial
1STEP
range value
0 - 400 200 0.0707mm
0 - 400
200
0.0525mm
0 - 20
10
0.367mm
0 - 20
10
0.367mm
Set
Initial
1STEP
range value
0 - 200 100 0.04374mm
Item
5 Staple rear one-position
binding position adjustment
6 Staple front one-position
0 - 200
binding position adjustment
7 Staple 2-position binding
0 - 200
center adjustment
8 Staple 2-position binding pitch 0 - 99
adjustment
9 Punch center adjustment
47 - 53
(Slide direction)
10 Punch hole position
0 - 99
adjustment (Paper feed
direction)
SIMULATION 3-10
CONSOLE FINISHER SETTING.
1.SADDLE POSITION
3.FRONT ADJUST
4.REAR ADJUST
6.STAPLE FRONT
8.STAPLE PITCH
10.PUNCH HOLE
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
0.04374mm
100
0.04374mm
50
0.04374mm
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
50
1mm
2) Press [START] key.
50
0.105mm
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation of the load.
Operation/Procedure
The load selected in procedure 1 is operated.
5.STAPLE REAR
7.STAPLE BOTH
9.PUNCH CENTER
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 3-10
CONSOLE FINISHER SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1.SADDLE POSITION
200
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
MPFD1
MPFD2
MPFD3
MPFD4
MPFD5
MPFD6
MPFD7
MPFD8
MPID
MPPD1
MPPD2
MPPD3
MPPD4
MPPD5
M24VM
MDD1
MDOPD
Tray 1 paper full detection
Tray 2 paper full detection
Tray 3 paper full detection
Tray 4 paper full detection
Tray 5 paper full detection
Tray 6 paper full detection
Tray 7 paper full detection
Tray 8 paper full detection
Interface unit paper entry detection
Paper transport sensor 1
Paper transport sensor 2
Paper transport sensor 3
Paper transport sensor 4
Paper transport sensor 5
24V power supply
Jam cancel door
Interface unit door
SIMULATION 3-20
MAIL BOX SENSOR CHECK.
MPFD1 MPFD2 MPFD3 MPFD4
MPFD8 MPID
MPPD1 MPPD2
M24VM MDD1
MDOPD
MPFD5
MPPD3
MPFD6
MPPD4
Main motor
Gate solenoid 1
Gate solenoid 2
Gate solenoid 3
Gate solenoid 4
Gate solenoid 5
Gate solenoid 6
Gate solenoid 7
2
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
Operation test/Check
Used to check the mail bin stacker sensor.
Mail bin stacker
Operation
MM
GSOL1
GSOL2
GSOL3
GSOL4
GSOL5
GSOL6
GSOL7
SIMULATION 3-21
MAIL BOX LOAD TEST. SELECT 1-8 AND PRESS START.
1.MM
2.GSOL1
3.GSOL2
4.GSOL3
5.GSOL4
6.GSOL5
7.GSOL6
8.GSOL7
3-20
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the mail bin
stacker loads.
Mail bin stacker
Operation
100
SELECT 1-10,AND PRESS START.
2.FOLDING POSITION
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
3-21
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 3-21
MAIL BOX LOAD TEST. EXECUTING....
1.MM
2.GSOL1
3.GSOL2
4.GSOL3
5.GSOL4
6.GSOL5
7.GSOL6
8.GSOL7
2
4
4-2
Purpose
Operation test/Check
Function
(Purpose)
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the paper feed section (desk paper
feed/large capacity tray) and the related circuit.
Section
Paper feed
Item
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
MPFD7
MPPD5
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 10
<Desk>
DDRS
DSPD2
DSPD1
DCSS24
DCSS23
DCSS22
DCSS21
DLUD2
DPED2
DPFD3
DCSS14
DCSS13
DCSS12
DCSS11
DLUD1
DPED1
DPFD2
MCSS4
MCSS3
MCSS2
MCSS1
MCSPD
MCLUD
MCPED
DPFD1
4-3
Desk door sensor
Desk cassette 2 remaining paper quantity sensor
Desk cassette 1 remaining paper quantity sensor
Desk cassette 2 paper rear edge sensor 4
Desk cassette 2 paper rear edge sensor 3
Desk cassette 2 paper rear edge sensor 2
Desk cassette 2 paper rear edge sensor 1
Desk cassette 2 upper limit sensor
Desk cassette 2 paper sensor
Desk paper transport sensor 3
Desk cassette 1 paper rear edge sensor 4
Desk cassette 1 paper rear edge sensor 3
Desk cassette 1 paper rear edge sensor 2
Desk cassette 1 paper rear edge sensor 1
Desk cassette 1 upper limit sensor
Desk cassette 1 paper sensor
Desk paper transport sensor 2
MP tray size detection 4
MP tray size detection 3
MP tray size detection 2
MP tray size detection 1
MP tray remaining quantity detection
MP tray upper limit detection
MP tray paper empty detection
MP tray transport detection
SIMULATION 4-2
DESK SENSOR CHECK.
DDRS
DPFD1
MCLUD
DLUD1
DSPD1
DSPD2
DPED2
MCSS1
MCSS4
DCSS11
DCSS14
DCSS23
DCSS24
DPFD2
DLUD2
MCPED
MCSS2
DCSS12
DCSS21
DPFD3
MCSPD
DPED1
MCSS3
DCSS13
DCSS22
<LCC>
TDRS
TTSD
TLUD2
TLUD1
TSPD2
TSPD1
TPED2
TPED1
TPFD3
TPFD2
MCSS4
MCSS3
MCSS2
MCSS1
MCSPD
MCLUD
MCPED
TPFD1
Tandem side door sensor
Tandem tray sensor
Tandem tray 2 upper limit sensor
Tandem tray 1 upper limit sensor
Tandem tray 2 remaining quantity sensor
Tandem tray 1 remaining quantity sensor
Tandem tray 2 paper sensor
Tandem tray 1 paper sensors
Tandem paper transport sensor 3
Tandem paper transport sensor 2
MP tray size detection 4
MP tray size detection 3
MP tray size detection 23
MP tray size detection 1
MP tray remaining quantity detection
MP tray upper limit detection
MP tray paper empty detection
MP tray transport detection
SIMULATION 4-2
LCC SENSOR CHECK.
TDRS
TTSD
TPFD3
MCLUD
MCSPD
TSPD1
TPED1
TPED2
MCSS3
MCSS4
TPFD1
TLUD1
TSPD2
MCSS1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the loads in the
paper feed section (desk paper feed/large capacity
tray) and the related circuit.
Paper feed
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1. Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2. Press [START] key.
The load selected in procedure 1 is operated.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation of the
load.
<Desk>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DLUM2
DLUM1
MCLUM
DPFCL
DPCL2
DPCL1
MCPCL
DMM
Desk lift-up motor 2
Desk lift-up motor 1
Desk multi lift-up motor
Desk paper transport clutch
Desk paper feed clutch 2
Desk paper feed clutch 1
Desk multi paper feed clutch
Desk transport motor
TLUM2
TLUM1
MCLUM
TPFCL
TPCL2
TPCL1
MCPCL
TMM
LCC lift-up motor 2
LCC lift-up motor 1
LCC multi lift-up motor
LCC transport clutch
LCC paper feed clutch 2
LCC paper feed clutch 1
LCC multi paper feed clutch
LCC transport motor
<LCC>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SIMULATION 4-3
LCC LOAD TEST. SELECT 1- , AND PRESS START.
1.
2
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 4-3
LCC LOAD TEST. EXECUTING....
1.
TPFD2
TLUD2
MCPED
MCSS2
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 11
2
5-3
5
5-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the display, LCD in
the operation panel, and control circuit.
Operation (Display/Operation key)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the scanner lamp
and the control circuit.
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The LCD is changed as shown below. (The contrast changes
every 2sec from the current level to MAX → MIN → the current
level. During this period, each LED is lighted.
The load selected in procedure 1 turns ON for 10sec.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
The copy lamp or CIS is turned on for 10sec and turned off.
NOTE: CIS: only when the DSPF is installed.
SIMULATION 5-1
After 6.0sec
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
and the operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 5-3
COPY LAMP TEST. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1.COPY LAMP
2.CIS
1
SIMULATION 5-1
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
5-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the heater lamp
and the control circuit.
Fixing (Fusing)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation of the
load.
The ON/OFF operation of the selected heater lamp is
repeated every 500ms five times.
HL1 (LOWER)
HL2 (UPPER)
SIMULATION 5-3
COPY LAMP TEST. EXECUTING···.
1.COPY LAMP
2.CIS
1
6
6-1
The load selected in procedure 1 performs ON/OFF operation.
1
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped after 10sec.
Heater lamp 1 (Lower)
Heater lamp 2 (Upper)
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
The operation is repeated the specified
number of times before stopping.
SIMULATION 5-2
HEATER LAMP TEST. EXECUTING···.
1.HL1(LOWER)
2.HL2(UPPER)
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the paper transport
system loads and the control circuit.
Paper transport (Discharge/Switchback/Transport)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
SIMULATION 5-2
HEATER LAMP TEST. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1.HL1(LOWER)
2.HL2(UPPER)
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
2
2) Press [START] key.
The load selected in procedure 1 operates.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15*1
16*1
17*1
MSWPR
HLPR
DCPR
MM
DM
POM_FW
POM_RV
CPFC
RRC
TRC
FGS_FIN
LUM
TRC_DSK
PSPS
MCM
MCPCL
MCFCL
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 12
MSW power relay signal
Heater power relay
DC power relay
Main motor
Drum motor
Paper exit motor forward rotation
Paper exit motor reverse rotation
Paper feed clutch
Resist roller clutch
Transport roller clutch
Finisher gate solenoid
Tray 1 lift-up motor
Desk clutch sync signal
Separation pawl solenoid
MP drive motor control signal
MP tray paper feed clutch signal
MP tray transport clutch signal
18*1
19*2
20*2
21*2
MCLUM
MPFS
MPFC
MSS
MP tray lift-up motor signal
Manual paper feed solenoid signal
Manual paper feed clutch signal
Manual paper feed gate solenoid
7
7-1
*1: Displayed when OPTION of multi-purpose only.
*2: Displayed when manual feed OPTION is added.
SIMULATION 6-1
FEED OUTPUT CHECK. SELECT 1-22, AND PRESS START.
1.MSWPR 2.HLPR 3.DCPR 4.MM
5.DM 6.DSB_FW
7.DSB_RV 8.CPFC 9.RRC 10.TRC 11.FGS_FIN
12.LUM
13.TRC_DSK
14.PSPS
15.MCM
16.MCPCL
17.MCFCL 18.MCLUM
19.MPFS 20. MPFC
21.MSS
22.MSWS
2
Press [START] key, and the
operation is started.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the operating conditions of aging.
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the operating condition of
aging with 10-key.
The combined mode of 0 - 6 mode and 10, 20, or 30 mode can
be set.
In that case, the number corresponding to one of 0 - 6 mode
and the number corresponding to one of 10, 10, and 30 mode
are added and the sum number is entered.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the
operation is stopped immediately or after
repeating the operation several times.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 6-1
FEED OUTPUT CHECK. EXECUTING....
1.MSWPR 2.HLPR 3.DCPR 4.MM
5.DM 6.DSB_FW
7.DSB_RV 8.CPFC 9.RRC 10.TRC 11.FGS_FIN
12.LUM
13.TRC_DSK
14.PSPS
15.MCM
16.MCPCL
17.MCFCL 18.MCLUM
19.MPFS 20.MPFC
21.MSS
22.MSWS
The condition selected in procedure 1) is set.
The setting of this simulation is kept valid until the power is turned
off.
2
6-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of each fan motor
and its control circuit.
Other
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The load selected in procedure 1 operates.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
1
2
3
Fan motor high speed
Fan motor low speed
Cooling fan motor (Controller/HDD)
SIMULATION 6-2
FAN MOTOR CHECK. SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
1.FMHi
2.FMLo
3.CFM-ICU/HDD
Press [START] key, and the operation
is started.
SIMULATION 6-2
FAN MOTOR CHECK..
2.FMLo
0
1
2
NO MISS FEED DETECTION
AGING
AGING/NO MISS FEED
DETECTION.
3 AGING/NO MISS FEED
DETECTION/NO WARM UP/
NO TEMPERATURE
CONTROL.
4 NO WARM UP.
5 AGING/INTERVAL.
6 AGING/INTERVAL/NO MISS
FEED DETECTION.
+10 NO PROCESS UNIT CHECK.
No jam detection
Aging mode
No jam detection, aging
mode
No jam detection/ no warmup/ no fusing temperature
control, aging mode
No warm-up
Intermittent aging mode
No jam detection
intermittent aging mode
Above +10: No process unit
(including the developing
unit) detection
+20 NO SHADING.
Above +20: No shading
+30 NO PROCESS UNIT CHECK/ Above +30: No process unit
NO SHADING.
detection /no shading
SIMULATION 7-1
AGING TEST SETTING. SELECT 0-36, AND PRESS START.
0.NO MISS FEED DETECTION
1.AGING
2.AGING/NO MISS FEED DETECTION.
3.AGING/NO MISS FEED DETECTION/
NO WARM UP/NO TEMPERATURE CONTROL.
4.NO WARM UP.
5.AGING/INTERVAL.
6.AGING/INTERVAL/NO MISS FEED DETECTION.
+10:NO PROCESS UNIT CHECK.
+20:NO SHADING.
+30:NO PROCESS UNIT CHECK/NO SHADING.
2
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and
the operation is stopped.
2
Press [START] key to start registration and operation.
The operation mode is kept until the power is turned off or setting is made again.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 13
7-6
8
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the intermittent aging cycle.
8-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the intermittent aging cycle (unit: sec) with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The time entered in procedure 1) is set.
Section
Adjustment/Operation test/Check
Used to check and adjust the operations of the
developing voltage of each color and the control
circuit.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Operation/Procedure
∗ Set range of interval time: 1 - 999 (sec)
Set the intermittent aging mode cycle of 7-1 with 10-key. (Unit:
sec)
SIMULATION 7-6
INTERVAL AGING CYCLE SETUP. INPUT TIME AND PRESS START.
(1-999, UNIT: sec)
10
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
(The set value is stored, and the output corresponding to the
set value is outputted for 30sec.)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
(The developing bias output voltage adjustment and output check
can be made in each print mode.)
7-8
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Used to set the warm-up time display YES/NO.
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the warm-up time display
YES/NO.
2) Press [START] key, and the number selected in procedure 1)
is set.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
AUTO
CHARACTER
MIX
PHOTO
PRINTER
FAX
PLUS
∗ The setting of this simulation is kept valid until the power is
turned off.
The warm-up time is displayed in the unit of second.
SIMULATION 7-8
WARM UP TIME DISPLAY.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Auto mode
Text mode
Text/Photo mode
Photo mode
Printer mode
FAX mode
Reverse developing
bias voltage
0 - 255
150
150
1
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
and time count is stopped.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 8-1
DV BIAS SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1:AUTO (0-745)
485
SIMULATION 7-8
WARM UP TIME DISPLAY. WARMING UP,PLEASE WAIT.
(UNIT:sec)
30
Warm-up is completed.
0 - 745
Default
MX- MXM350 M450
455 485
485 485
SIMULATION 8-1
DV BIAS SETTING. SELECT 1-7, AND PRESS START.
1.AUTO 485 2.CHARACTER 485
3.MIX 485
4.PHOTO 485
5.PRINTER 485 6.FAX 485 7.PLUS 150
Press [START] key.
Press [START] key,
and time count is started.
Set
range
Item
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Or after 30sec output.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 7-8
WARM UP TIME DISPLAY. WARM UP COMPLETED.
(UNIT:sec)
SIMULATION 8-1
DV BIAS SETTING. EXECUTING···.
1:AUTO
60
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 14
485
4) Press [START] key.
8-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Adjustment/Operation test/Check
Used to check and adjust the operation of the
main charger grid voltage in each printer mode
and the control circuit.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
(The set value is stored, and the voltage corresponding to the
set value is outputted for 30sec.)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
(The transfer output voltage adjustment and output check can be
made in each print mode.)
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
1 FRONT
2 BACK
Default
MX- MXM350 M450
220 267
267 310
Set
range
Item
Operation/Procedure
Long side print mode
Back side print mode
0 - 620
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
(The set value is stored, and the output corresponding to the
set value is outputted for 30sec.)
SIMULATION 8-6
THV+ SETTING. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1.FRONT 267
2.BACK 310
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
(The main charger grid output voltage adjustment and output
check can be made in each print mode.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
AUTO
CHARACTER
MIX
PHOTO
PRINTER
FAX
Default
MX- MXM350 M450
200 - 900 615 645
645 645
Set
range
Item
Auto mode
Text mode
Text/Photo mode
Photo mode
Printer mode
FAX mode
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 8-6
THV+ SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1.FRONT(0-620)
267
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 8-2
MAIN GRID SETTING. SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS START.
1.AUTO 645 2.CHARACTER 645
3.MIX 645
4.PHOTO 645
5.PRINTER 645 6.FAX 645
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Or after 30sec output.
SIMULATION 8-6
THV+ SETTING. EXECUTING···.
1.FRONT
267
1
8-17
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 8-2
MAIN GRID SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1.AUTO (200-900)
645
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check and adjust the operation of the
transfer voltage and the related circuit. (Transfer
belt cleaning mode)
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Or after 30sec output.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 8-2
MAIN GRID SETTING. EXECUTING···.
1.AUTO
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
645
(The set value is stored, and the voltage corresponding to the
set value is outputted for 30sec.)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
(The transfer output voltage adjustment and output check can be
made in the transfer belt cleaning mode.)
8-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Adjustment/Operation test/Check
Used to check and adjust the operation of the
transfer voltage and the control circuit.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)/Transfer
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item with
10-key.
Item
1 SHF FRONT
2 SHV BACK
3 THV-
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 15
AC component
AC component
DC component
Default
MX- MXM350 M450
0 - 240
120 160
0 - 240
120 160
0 - 1250 780 780
Set
range
9-2
SIMULATION 8-17
TRANSFER ROLLER SETTING. SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
1.SHV FRONT 160
2.SHV BACK 160
3.THV- 780
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the duplex section and its control
circuit.
Duplex
Operation
Operation/Procedure
SIMULATION 8-17
TRANSFER ROLLER SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1.FRONT (0-240)
160
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Or after 30sec output.
SIMULATION 8-17
TRANSFER ROLLER SETTING. EXECUTING···.
1.FRONT(0-240)
The operating conditions of the sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
ADUSET
DSW_D
AINPD
APOD
APPD1
APPD2
SIMULATION 9-2
ADU SENSOR CHECK.
ADUSET
DSW_D
AINPD
160
9
APOD
APPD1
APPD2
10
9-1
10-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check and adjust the operation of the load
(clutch/solenoid) in the duplex section and the
control circuit.
Duplex
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of the operation
check with 10-key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
1) Select the number corresponding to the target of the operation
check with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The load selected in procedure 1) is operated for 10sec.
The load selected in procedure 1) is operated.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to stop the operation.
ADMEN1
ADMEN2
DGS
NOTE: Never execute this simulation with toner in the toner hopper.
If executed, excessive toner will enter the developing section. Be sure to remove the toner motor from the toner hopper before execution.
ADU motor 1 control signal
ADU motor 2 control signal
ADU gate solenoid
SIMULATION 9-1
ADU OUTPUT CHECK. SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
1.ADMEN1
2.ADMEN2
3.DGS
1
Press [START] key.
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the toner motor
and the related circuit.
Process (Developing)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
ADU installation detection
ADU cabinet open detection
ADU paper entry detection
ADU paper exit detection
ADU paper detection 1
ADU paper detection 2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to
stop the operations.
1
2
Toner motor rotation start
Cancel (The display returns to the main code entry menu.)
SIMULATION 10-1
TONER MOTOR ACTIVATION.
ARE YOU SURE?
1.YES
2.NO
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 9-1
ADU OUTPUT CHECK. EXECUTING···.
1.ADMEN1
2.ADMEN2
3.DGS
1
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key to
stop the operations. Or after 10sec.
SIMULATION 10-1
TONER MOTOR ACTIVATION. EXECUTING···.
1
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 16
13
15
13-0
15-0
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.)
Used to cancel the self-diag "U1" trouble. (Only
when FAX is installed.)
FAX
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.)
Used to cancel the self-diag "U6-01, 02, 03, F312, 22" (large capacity paper feed tray, paper feed
trays 1, 2) troubles.
LCC
Trouble
1) Select 1 (YES) with 10-key.
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key. (The trouble display is canceled.)
1) Select 1 (YES) with 10-key.
1
YES
2
NO
After canceling U1 trouble, the machine returns to
the main code entry standby mode.
Without canceling U1 trouble, the machine
returns to the main code entry standby mode.
SIMULATION 13
U1 TROUBLE CANCELLATION.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
2) Press [START] key. (The trouble display is canceled.)
1
YES
2
NO
SIMULATION 15
LCC TROUBLE CANCELLATION.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
14
After canceling the LCC trouble, the machine
returns to the main code entry standby mode.
Without canceling the trouble, the machine
returns to the main code entry standby mode.
1
16
14-0
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.)
Used to cancel excluding the self-diag U1/LCC/
U2/PF troubles.
Trouble
Error
Operation/Procedure
1) Select 1 (YES) with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The trouble display is canceled.)
1
2
YES
NO
After canceling the trouble other than U1, U2, PF,
and LCC, the machine returns to the main code
entry standby mode.
Without canceling the trouble, the machine returns
to the main code entry standby mode.
SIMULATION 14
TROUBLE CANCELLATION. (OTHERS)
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
16-0
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.)
Used to cancel the self-diag U2 troubles.
MFP control PWB, PCU PWB, scanner control
PWB
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
1) Select 1 (YES) with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The trouble display is canceled.)
1
YES
2
NO
After canceling the U2 trouble, the machine returns
to the main code entry standby mode.
Without canceling the trouble, the machine returns
to the main code entry standby mode.
SIMULATION 16
U2 TROUBLE CANCELLATION.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 17
1
17
22
17-0
22-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear/Cancel (Trouble etc.)
Used to cancel the PF troubles (when the copy
inhibit command from the host computer is
received).
Communication unit (TEL/LIU/MODEM etc.)
Trouble
Error
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the print count value in each
section and each operation mode. (Used to check
the maintenance timing.)
Counter
Operation/Procedure
Operation/Procedure
1) Select 1 (YES) with 10-key.
Various print counter values are displayed.
2) Press [START] key. (The trouble display is canceled.)
1
YES
2
NO
After canceling the PF trouble, the machine returns
to the main code entry standby mode.
Without canceling the trouble, the machine returns
to the main code entry standby mode.
SIMULATION 17
PF TROUBLE CANCELLATION.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
21
Setting
Used to set the maintenance cycle.
Specifications
Total counter
Drum counter
Toner counter
Developer counter
Maintenance counter
Total output quantity
Copy effective paper counter
Printer counter
FAX print counter
Internet FAX print counter
Document filing print counter
Right paper exit counter
Other print counter (List print , etc.)
SIMULATION 22-1
COUNTER DATA DISPLAY.
TOTAL: ******** DRUM: ******** TONER: ********
DEVE: ********
MAINTENANCE: ********
TOTAL OUTPUT: ******** COPIES: ********
PRINTER: ********
FAX OUTPUT: ********
I-FAX OUTPUT:********
DOC FILING OUTPUT:********
RIGHT SIDE:********
OTHERS: ********
21-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
TOTAL
DRUM
TONER
DEVE
MAINTENANCE
TOTAL OUTPUT
COPIES
PRINTER
FAX OUTPUT
I-FAX OUTPUT
DOC FILING OUTPUT
RIIGHT SIDE
OTHERS
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the maintenance timing
display.
2) Press [START] key. The condition entered in procedure 1) is
set.
0
1 - 200
999
Maintenance timing display
Default (Differs depending on the model.)
Maintenance display at 1K - 200K
No maintenance display
Set range
0 - 999
22-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
SIMULATION 21-1
MAINTENANCE CYCLE SETUP. INPUT VALUE 0-999, AND PRESS
START.
0:
DEFAULT
1-200: MAINTENANCE CYCLE (1K-200K)
999:
FREE
0
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the total numbers of misfeed and
troubles. (When the number of misfeed is
considerably great, it is judged as necessary for
repair. The misfeed rate is obtained by dividing this
count value with the total counter value.)
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
The paper jam/trouble counter value is displayed.
PAPER JAM
SPF JAM
TROUBLE
Number of paper jams
Number of SPF jams
Number of troubles
SIMULATION 22-2
JAM/TROUBLE COUNTER DATA DISPLAY.
PAPER JAM: ********
SPF JAM: ********
TROUBLE: ********
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 18
22-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check misfeed positions and the misfeed
count of each position. (If the misfeed count is
considerably great, it may be judged as necessary
to repair.)
Sections other than SPF/DSPF section
Trouble
Misfeed
Operation/Procedure
The history of paper jams and misfeed is displayed.
The misfeed history is displayed sequentially from the latest one.
The max. 100 items of misfeed history can be recorded. The data
may be used to identify trouble position.
Code
PPD1STD
PPD1SAD
PPD1_PCU
PPD1PRI
POD1N
POD1S
POD2N
POD2SR
The latest 100 items of paper jam history are displayed. (Refer to
the jam cause code table below.)
POD2SL
(Jam cause code)
AINPDN
AINPDS
APODN
APODS
APPD1N
APPD1S
APPD2N
Code
NO_JAM_CAUSE
TRAY2
DPFD1_ND1
DPFD1_ND2
TPFD1_NTD
MCPPD_ST2
TPFD1_ST2
DPFD1_ST2
DPFD1_SD1
DPFD1_SD2
TPFD1_STD
PPD1NMF
TRAY1
PPD1NT2
PPD1ND1
PPD1ND2
PPD1NTD
PPD1NAD
PPD1SMF
PPD1ST1
PPD1ST2
PPD1SD1
PPD1SD2
Description
No jam. Also used to cancel a jam.
Tray 2 paper feed jam
(MCPPD not-reaching: When AR-MU2
installed)
(TPFD1 not-reaching: When AR-D28
installed)
(DPFD1 not-reaching: When AR-D27
installed)
DPFD1 not-reaching jam (Desk tray 1 feed
paper)
DPFD1 not-reaching jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
TPFD1 not-reaching jam (Tandem desk feed
paper)
MCPPD remaining jam (Machine tray 2 feed
paper: When AR-MU2 installed)
TPFD1 not-reaching jam (Machine tray 2
feed paper: When AR-D28 installed)
TPFD1 not-reaching jam (Machine tray 2
feed paper: When AR-D28 installed)
DPFD1 remaining jam (Desk tray 1 feed
paper)
DPFD1 remaining jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
TPFD1 remaining jam (Tandem desk feed
paper)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (Manual feed tray
paper)
Tray 1 feed paper jam (PPD1 not-reaching)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (Machine tray 2
feed paper)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (Desk tray 1 feed
paper)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (Tandem desk feed
paper)
PPD1 not-reaching jam (ADU refeed paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Manual feed tray feed
paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Machine tray 1 feed
paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Machine tray 2 feed
paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Desk tray 1 feed
paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
APPD2S
BPT
APPD2SM
DESK2
DPFD3SD2
DESK1
DPFD2N2
DPFD2S1
DPFD2S2
TTRAY2
TPFD3S2
TTRAY1
TPFD2N2
TPFD2S1
TPFD2S2
PPD1_DESK
FPID_N
FPID_S
FSCID_N
FSCID_S
FSCID2N
FSCID2S
FPPD_S
FSCPD_N
FSCPD_S
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 19
Description
PPD1 remaining jam (Tandem desk feed
paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (ADU refeed paper)
PPD1 remaining jam (Timer end of fusing
ready standby/high voltage rising completion
standby, etc.)
PPD1 jam (Image ready is not supplied from
ICU.)
POD1 not-reaching jam
POD1 remaining jam
POD2 not-reaching jam
POD2 remaining jam (When discharging to
the right side of machine.)
POD2 remaining jam (When discharging to
the left side of machine.)
ADU paper entry sensor not-reaching jam
ADU paper entry sensor remaining jam
ADU paper exit sensor not-reaching jam
ADU paper exit sensor remaining jam
ADU transport sensor 1 not-reaching jam
ADU transport sensor 1 remaining jam
ADU transport sensor 2 not-reaching jam
(When ADU transport)
ADU transport sensor 2 remaining jam
(When ADU transport)
Manual feed tray paper feed jam (APPD2
not-reaching)
ADU transport sensor 2 remaining jam
(Manual feed tray feed paper)
Desk tray 2 paper feed jam (DPFD3 not
activated)
DPFD3 remaining jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
Desk tray 1 paper feed jam (DPFD2 not
activated)
DPFD2 not-reaching jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
DPFD2 remaining jam (Desk tray 1 feed
paper)
DPFD2 remaining jam (Desk tray 2 feed
paper)
Tandem tray 2 paper feed jam (TPFD3 not
activated)
TPFD3 remaining jam (Tandem tray 2 feed
paper)
Tandem tray 1 paper feed jam (TPFD2 not
activated)
TPFD2 not-reaching jam (Tandem tray 2
feed paper)
TPFD2 remaining jam (Tandem tray 1 feed
paper)
TPFD2 remaining jam (Tandem tray 2 feed
paper)
DESK paper feed jam (Preliminary paper
feed from the desk, no response in a certain
time after paper feed instruction)
Built-in finisher PID not-reaching jam
Built-in finisher PID remaining jam
Built-in finisher SCID not-reaching jam
Built-in finisher SCID remaining jam
Built-in finisher SCID2 not-reaching jam
Built-in finisher SCID2 remaining jam
Built-in finisher PPD remaining jam
Built-in finisher SCPD not-reaching jam
Built-in finisher SCPD remaining jam
Code
FPOD_N
FPOD_S
FES_N
FES_S
FFPS_N
FFPS_S
FSTPL
FPNCH
FDOP
PID_N
PID_S
MPPD1_N
MPPD1_S
MPPD2_N
MPPD2_S
MPPD3_N
MPPD3_S
MPPD4_N
MPPD4_S
MPPD5_N
MPPD5_S
Description
Built-in finisher POD not-reaching jam
Built-in finisher POD remaining jam
Console finisher entry port sensor (FES)
not-reaching jam
Console finisher entry port sensor (FES)
remaining jam
Console finisher saddle not-reaching jam
(Not reaching the folding sensor (FFPS).)
Console finisher saddle remaining jam
(The folding sensor (FFPS) does not turn
off.)
Console finisher staple jam
(The stapler does not complete clinching.)
Console finisher punch jam
(The puncher does not complete punching.)
Console finisher door open jam
(During/after paper passing, the front door,
joint, or upper cover is opened.)
Mail box PID not-reaching jam
Mail box PID remaining jam
Mail box MPPD1 not-reaching jam
Mail box MPPD1 remaining jam
Mail box MPPD2 not-reaching jam
Mail box MPPD2 remaining jam
Mail box MPPD3 not-reaching jam
Mail box MPPD3 remaining jam
Mail box MPPD4 not-reaching jam
Mail box MPPD4 remaining jam
Mail box MPPD5 not-reaching jam
Mail box MPPD5 remaining jam
SIMULATION 22-3
PAPER JAM HISTORY.
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
···············
(10 lines, 80 digits = 800 characters)
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Other
Used to check the ROM version of each unit
(section).
Software
Operation/Procedure
The ROM version of each section can be checked. When there is
any problem in the software, use this simulation to check the ROM
version of each section and revise the version if necessary.
S/N
MFP
(LANGUAGE)
BOOT
FAX
NIC
PCU
SCANNER
FINISHER
DESK
MAIL BIN
PUNCH UNIT
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the trouble (self diag) history.
SIMULATION 22-5
ROM VERSION DATA DISPLAY.
S/N:
0000000000
MFP:
1.00 (LANGUAGE:1.00)
PCU:
1.00
BOOT:
SCANNER:
1.00
FAX:
FINISHER:
1.00
NIC:
DESK:
1.00
MAIL BIN:
PUNCH UNIT:
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
22-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to output the list of the setting and
adjustment data (simulations, FAX soft switch,
counters).
Data
Adjust/Setting data
When installing or servicing this machine, execute this simulation
to print and save various setting and adjustment data for next servicing. (For example, memory trouble, PWB replacement, etc.)
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The various setting and adjustment data are printed out. (The print
paper cannot be selected optionally.)
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
0
TRAY SELECT
1
PRINT START
The trouble history is displayed.
The trouble history is displayed sequentially from the latest one.
The max. 100 items can be stored. (The oldest one is deleted
sequentially. The trouble position can be identified by the data.)
SIMULATION 22-4
TROUBLE HISTORY.
**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**
**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**
**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**
**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**
**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**,**-**
···············
(10 lines, 80 digits = 800 characters)
Engine section serial number
MFP controller
(Language version)
MFP controller boot ROM
FAX controller
Network card
PCU controller
Scanner controller
Finisher controller
Desk/LCC controller
mail bin controller
Punch unit
Operation/Procedure
22-4
Purpose
22-5
TRAY SELECT auto only (Selection is
not allowed.)
PRINT START
SIMULATION 22-6
DATA PRINT MODE. SELECT SETTING, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT :AUTO ONLY
1. PRINT START
1
Select 1 and press [START]
key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or
[START] key.
SIMULATION 22-6
DATA PRINT MODE. EXECUTING···.
0. TRAY SELECT :1
0
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 20
22-10
22-7
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to display the key operator code. (This
simulation is used when the customer forgets the
key operator code.)
Data
User data
Operation/Procedure
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the system configuration (option,
internal hardware).
Specifications
Options
Operation/Procedure
The system configuration is displayed. (The model names of the
installed devices and options are displayed.)
The key operator code is displayed.
MACHINE
SIMULATION 22-7
KEY OPERATOR CODE DISPLAY.
CODE: *****
22-8
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the number of use of the finisher,
the SPF, and the scan (reading) unit.
Optical (Image scanning)
Finisher
Counter
Operation/Procedure
The values of the finisher counter, the scanner (read), counter, and
the SPF related counters are displayed.
SPF
SCAN
STAPLER
PUNCH
STAMP
Document feed quantity
Number of scans
Number of stapling
Number of punching
Number of SPF finish stamps
SPF
FINISHER
MAIL BIN
PUNCH
DESK/LCC
ADU
SYSTEM MEMORY
HDD
ICU
NIC
NSCN
PS3
FAX
FAX MEMORY
HAND SET
STAMP
PCU TYPE
MX-M350U, MX-M450U/
MX-M350N, MX-M450N
(Model code)
NONE/ (Model code)
NONE/ (Model code)
NONE/ (Model code)
NONE/ (Model code)
NONE/ (Model code)
Memory capacity (MB)
Hard disk capacity (MB)
Board type
NONE/ (Model code)
NONE/ (Network scanner)
NONE/ (PS3 expansion kit)
NONE/ (Model code)
FAX expansion memory capacity (MB)
NONE/ (Model code)
Finisher stamp NONE/ (Model code)
PCU PWB type (JPN: Japan/
EX100: EX Japan 100V/
EX200: EX Japan 200V)
(Model code list)
SIMULATION 22-8
ORG./STAPLE COUNTER DATA DISPLAY.
SPF: ********
SCAN: ********
STAPLER: ********
PUNCH: ********
STAMP: ********
Item
MACHINE
MX-M450U
22-9
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
SPF
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the number of use (print quantity) of
each paper feed section.
Paper feed, ADU
Counter
FINISHER
MAIL BIN
Operation/Procedure
The values of the paper feed related counters are displayed.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3/LCC1
TRAY4/LCC2
BPT
ADU
Display
MX-M350U
Use quantity of tray 1
Use quantity of tray 2 (Multi purpose tray)
Use quantity of tray 3/LCC left tray
(Common to Desk/LCC)
Use quantity of tray 4/LCC right tray
Use quantity of manual feed tray
Use quantity of duplex paper feed
SIMULATION 22-9
PAPER FEED COUNTER DATA DISPLAY.
TRAY1:
********
TRAY2:
********
TRAY3/LCC1:********
TRAY4/LCC2:********
BPT:
********
ADU:
********
Punch unit
ADU
DESK
ICU
MEMORY
MX-M350N
MX-M450N
---MX-EFX1
---AR-FN6
AR-FN7
---AR-MS1
---AR-PN1A
AR-PN1B
AR-PN1C
AR-PN1D
---AR-DU3
AR-DU4
---AR-MU2
AR-D27
AR-D28
TYPE-U/S
TYPE-U/FP
TYPE-N
0MB
***MB
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 21
Content
35-sheet U model (Local printer
standard provision model)
45-sheet U model (Local printer
standard provision model)
35-sheet N model
45-sheet N model
Document feed unit not installed
Duplex document feed unit
(DSPF) installed
After-work unit not installed
Built-in finisher installed
Console finisher installed
Mail bin not installed
Mail bin installed
Punch unit not installed
Punch unit 2 holes
Punch unit 3 holes
Punch unit 4 holes
Punch unit 4 holes wide hole
Duplex module not installed
Duplex module installed
Duplex module + manual feed unit
installed
Paper feed desk not installed
Multi-purpose tray installed
Paper feed desk installed
Tandem desk installed
For U/S model board
For U/FP model board
For N model board
No expansion memory
Expansion memory ***MB
Item
HDD
NIC
PS3
expansion kit
FAX
Network
scanner
Expansion
memory
Display
0MB
****MB
---MX-NBX2/
NBX3
---AR-PK6
---AR-FX12
---MX-NSX1
---AR-MM9
Handset
Finish stamp
---AR-HN5
---AR-SU1
Content
Hard disk not installed
Hard disk installed
NIC not installed
NIC installed
PS3 expansion kit not installed
PS3 expansion kit installed
FAX expansion kit not installed
FAX expansion kit installed
Network expansion kit not
installed
Network expansion kit installed
Expansion memory for FAX not
installed
Expansion memory for FAX 8MB
(AR-MM9) installed
handset not installed
Handset installed
Finish stamp unit not installed
Finish stamp unit installed
SIMULATION 22-10
SYSTEM INFORMATION.
MACHINE:*******
SPF:*******
FINISHER:*******
MAIL BIN:*******
PUNCH:******
DESK/LCC:*******
ADU:*******
SYSTEM MEMORY:**MB
HDD:***MB ICU:******
NIC:******* NSCN:******
PS3:******
FAX:******* FAX MEMORY:**MB HAND SET:*******
STAMP:*******
PCU TYPE:*******
22-11
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
22-12
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the SPF misfeed positions and the
number of misfeed at each position. (When the
number of misfeed is considerably great, it can be
judged as necessary for repair.)
DSPF
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
The history of paper jam and misfeed is displayed.
The misfeed history is displayed sequentially from the latest one.
The max. 20 items are recorded. (The oldest one is sequentially
deleted.) This data can be used to identify the trouble position.
The latest 20 data of document jam history are displayed. (Refer to
the jam code below.)
(Jam cause code)
Code
NO_JAM_CAUSE
SPPD_N
SPPD_S
STD_N
STD_S
SPOD_N
SPOD_S
SPSDSCN
Description
No jam. Also used to cancel a jam.
SPPD not-reached jam
SPPD remaining jam
STD not-reached jam
STD remaining jam
SPOD not-reached jam
SPOD remaining jam
Exposure start timer end
SIMULATION 22-12
SPF JAM HISTORY.
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******,*******
(10 lines, 80 digits = 800 characters)
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the use frequency (send/receive) of
FAX. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
The values of the FAX send counter and the FAX receive counter
are displayed.
FAX SEND
FAX RECEIVE
FAX OUTPUT
SEND IMAGES
SEND TIME
RECEIVE TIME
Number of FAX send
Number of FAX receive
Number of FAX print
Send quantity
Send time
Receive time
SIMULATION 22-11
FAX COUNTER DATA DISPLAY.
FAX SEND: ********
FAX RECEIVE : ********
FAX OUTPUT:********
SEND IMAGES: ********
SEND TIME: ********:**:**
RECEIVE TIME: ********:**:**
22-13
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the operating time of the process
section (OPC drum, DV unit, toner bottle).
Counter
Operation/Procedure
The rotating time and the print quantity of the process section
(OPC drum, DV unit (developer), toner motor (toner bottle)) are
displayed.
DRUM
OPC drum
TONER
Toner motor
DEVE
DV unit
SIMULATION 22-13
PROCESS DATA DISPLAY.
DRUM: ********(counts)
TONER: ********(counts)
DEVE: *********(counts)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 22
Count value (counts)
Rotating time (sec)
Count value (counts)
Rotating time (sec)
Count value (counts)
Rotating time (sec)
**********(sec.)
**********(sec.)
**********(sec.)
22-31
22-19
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the values of the counters related to
the scan mode and the Internet FAX mode.
Scanner
Counter
Operation/Procedure
The values of the counters related to the scan mode and the Internet FAX mode are displayed.
NETWORK SCANNER
ORIGINAL COUNTER
MAIL COUNTER
FTP COUNTER
SMB COUNTER
INTERNET-FAX ORIGINAL
COUNTER
INTERNET-FAX SEND
INTERNET-FAX RECEIVE
INTERNET-FAX OUTPUT
SCAN TO HDD
INTERNET-FAX SEND
IMAGES
SCAN SEND IMAGES
Document scan quantity
(OC, SPF total quantity)
Number of mail send
Number of FTP send
Number of SMB send
Document scan quantity
(OC, SPF total quantity)
Number of internet FAX send
Number of internet FAX
receive
Internet FAX print quantity
Scan to HDD record quantity
Number of internet FAX
sending page
Number of scan sending page
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Setting value display/Check
OSA vendor ID display (External account module)
–
Operation/Procedure
When the product key for OSA (external account kit) is effective,
vendor ID is displayed. (MAX.: 1 code)
∗ APPLICATION NAME: Application name (Max.36 characters)
∗ VENDOR ID: Vendor ID (10 digits)
SIMULATION 22-31
OSA VENDOR DISPLAY(EXTERNAL ACCOUNT)
APPLICATION NAME
VENDOR ID
*******************:
**********
23
23-2
SIMULATION 22-19
NETWORK SCANNER AND INTERNET-FAX COUNTER DISPLAY.
NETWORK SCANNER ORIGINAL COUNTER: *********
MAIL COUNTER: ********
FTP COUNTER: ********
INTERNET-FAX ORIGINAL COUNTER: ********
INTERNET-FAX SEND: ********
INTERNET-FAX RECEIVE: ********
INTERNET-FAX OUTPUT: ********
SMB COUNTER: ********
SCAN TO HDD: ********
INTERNET-FAX SEND IMAGES: ********
SCAN SEND IMAGES: ********
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the trouble history of paper jam and
misfeed. (If the number of misfeed and troubles is
considerably great, it may be judged as necessary
to repair.)
Trouble
Operation/Procedure
1) Select "1. PRINT START."
2) Press [START] key.
The trouble history of paper jam and misfeed is printed.
This data can be cleared by SIM 24-1.
22-30
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Setting value display/Check
OSA vendor ID display (Application
Communication Module)
–
SIMULATION 23-2
JAM/TROUBLE DATA PRINT MODE SELECT SETTING, AND
PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT
AUTO ONLY
1. PRINT START
1
Operation/Procedure
Press [START] key.
When the product key for OSA (Application Communication Module) is effective, vendor ID is displayed. (MAX.: 8 code)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or
[START] key.
∗ APPLICATION NAME: Application name (Max.36 characters)
∗ VENDOR ID: Vendor ID (10 digits)
SIMULATION 22-30
OSA VENDOR DISPLAY(APPLICATION COMMUNICATION)
APPLICATION NAME
VENDOR ID
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
*******************:
**********
SIMULATION 23-2
JAM/TROUBLE DATA PRINT MODE.. EXECUTING....
0. TRAY SELECT :1
0
23-80
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the sensors and
detectors in the paper feed and transport section.
Paper feed, paper transport
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select "2. PRINT PATTERN."
2) Press [START] key.
3) Select "1" (Paper transport time data) with 10-key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 23
4) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-1
JAM/ TROUBLE COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1-3, AND
PRESS START.
1. PAPER JAM
2. SPF JAM
3. TROUBLE
The list of the ON time of the sensors and the detectors of the
paper transport section is printed. When a paper jam or misfeed is
generated, the ON time of each sensor and detector is checked to
check if the operation of the sensor and the detector, paper feed,
and transport are normal or not.
0
1
TRAY SELECT AUTO
ONLY
PRINT START
2
PRINT PATTERN
1
Auto only (No selection allowed)
Print execution
Print of the set data is executed.
Print pattern
1. Paper transport time data
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-1
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
SIMULATION 23-80
DATA PRINT MODE. SELECT SETTING, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT :AUTO ONLY
1. PRINT START
2. PRINT PATTERN:1
1
* = PAPER JAM, SPF JAM, TROUBLE
1
24-2
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or [START] key.
SIMULATION 23-80
DATA PRINT MODE. EXECUTING....
0. TRAY SELECT :1
0
Select 2 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or [START] key.
Data clear
Used to clear the number of use (the number of
prints) of each paper feed section.
Paper feed
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
SIMULATION 23-80
DATA PRINT MODE. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
(PRINT PATTERN)
INPUT 1.
1
24
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3/LCC1
TRAY4/LCC2
BPT
ADU
Tray 1 use quantity
Tray 2 use quantity
Tray 3/LCC left tray use quantity
Tray 4/LCC right tray use quantity
Manual feed tray use quantity
Duplex feed quantity
24-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Data clear
Used to clear the misfeed counter, the misfeed
history, the trouble counter, and the trouble history.
(The counters are cleared after completion of
maintenance.)
Counter
SIMULATION 24-2
PAPER FEED COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1-6, AND PRESS
START.
1. TRAY1
2. TRAY2
3. TRAY3/LCC1
4. TRAY4/LCC2
5. BPT
6. ADU
1
Press [START] key.
Operation/Procedure
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
PAPER JAM
SPF JAM
TROUBLE
SIMULATION 24-2
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
* = TRAY1,
ADU
Number of paper jams
Number of SPF jams
Number of troubles
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 24
1
TRAY2, TRAY3/LCC1, TRAY4/LCC2, BPT,
24-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
SIMULATION 24-4
MAINTENANCE COUNTER DATA CLEAR. PRESS START.
1. MAINTENANCE
Data clear
Used to clear the number of use of the finisher,
SPF, and the scan (reading) unit.
1
Counter
Operation/Procedure
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-4
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
* = MAINTENANCE
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
5
SPF
SCAN
STAPLER
PUNCH
STAMP
1
SPF paper pass quantity
Number of times of document scan
Number of times of stapling
Number of times of punching
Number of times of SPF finish stamp
24-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
SIMULATION 24-3
ORG./STAPLE COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
1. SPF
2. SCAN
3. STAPLER
4. PUNCH
5. STAMP
1
Item
Data clear
Used to reset the developer counter. (The
developer counter of the DV unit which is installed
is reset.)
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Counter
Developer
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or
[START] key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-3
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
1
* = SPF, SCAN, STAPLER, PUNCH, STAMP
DV CARTRIDGE
Developer cartridge
SIMULATION 24-5
DEVELOPER COUNTER DATA CLEAR. PRESS START.
1. DV CARTRIDGE
1
24-4
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Data clear
Used to reset the maintenance counter.
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-5
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
* = DV CARTRIDGE
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
24-6
NO: Not clear
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
4) Press [START] key.
1
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance counter
Data clear
Used to reset the copy counter.
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 25
Copy
1
COPY
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
Copy effective paper counter
YES: Clear
SIMULATION 24-6
COPY COUNTER DATA CLEAR. PRESS START.
1. COPY
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
After replacing the OPC drum, be sure to clear the OPC drum
counter.
1
2
Press [START] key.
PRINTER
OTHERS
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-6
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
SIMULATION 24-9
PRINTER/OTHERS COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1-2, AND
PRESS START.
1. PRINTER
2. OTHERS
1
1
Press [START] key.
* = COPY
24-7
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Printer counter (Print mode)
Other effective paper counter (Self print mode)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-9
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Data clear
Used to clear the OPC drum counter. (Perform this
simulation when the OPC drum is replaced.)
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Counter
Photo conductor
1
* = PRINTER, OTHERS
24-10
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
Data clear
Used to clear the FAX counter. (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Counter
Operation/Procedure
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
After replacing the OPC drum, be sure to clear the OPC drum
counter.
2) Press [START] key.
1
DRUM
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
OPC drum counter
YES: Clear
SIMULATION 24-7
DRUM COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1, AND PRESS
START.
1. DRUM
Press [START] key.
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-7
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
* = DRUM
24-9
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
FAX SEND
FAX RECEIVE
FAX OUTPUT
SEND IMAGES
SEND TIME
RECEIVE TIME
Number of times of FAX send
Number of times of FAX receive
FAX print quantity
Send quantity
Send time
Receive time
SIMULATION 24-10
FAX COUNTER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1-6, AND PRESS START.
1. FAX SEND
2. FAX RECEIVED
3. FAX OUTPUT
4. SEND IMAGES
5. SEND TIME
6. RECEIVE TIME
1
Press [START] key.
Data clear
Used clear the printer mode print counter and the
self print mode print counter.
Printer
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-10
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
1
* = FAX SEND, FAX RECEIVED, FAX OUTPUT, SEND IMAGES,
SEND TIME, RECEIVE TIME
The confirmation to clear is opened.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 26
24-11
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data clear
Used to reset the OPC drum rotation time, and the
DV unit rotation time counter. The developer
counter in the DV unit installed is reset.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Counter
Developer
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
DRUM ROTATION
DV ROTATION
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-11
* TIMER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
MAIL send quantity counter
FTP send quantity counter
Document filing print counter.
SIMULATION 24-15
NETWORK SCANNER AND INTERNET-FAX COUNTER CLEAR.
SELECT1-3, AND PRESS START.
1. NETWORK SCANNER ORIGINAL COUNTER
2. MAIL COUNTER
3. FTP COUNTER
4. INTERNET-FAX ORIGINAL COUNTER: ********
5. INTERNET-FAX SEND: ********
6. INTERNET-FAX RECEIVE: ********
7. INTERNET-FAX OUTPUT: ********
8. SCAN TO HDD: ********
9. INTERNET-FAX SEND IMAGES: ********
10. MAIL SEND IMAGES: ********
11. FTP SEND IMAGES: ********
12. DOC FILING OUTPUT: ********
1
OPC drum rotation time
DV unit rotation time
SIMULATION 24-11
TIMER DATA CLEAR. SELECT1-2, AND PRESS START.
1. DRUM ROTATION
2. DV ROTATION
Press [START] key.
10 MAIL SEND IMAGES
11 FTP SEND IMAGES
12 DOC FILING OUTPUT
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 24-15
* COUNTER DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
* = NETWORK SCANNER ORIGINAL, MAIL, FTP, INTERNETFAX ORIGINAL COUNTER, INTERNET-FAX SEND,
INTERNET-FAX RECEIVE, INTERNET-FAX OUTPUT, SCAN
TO HDD, INTERNET-FAX SEND IMAGES, MAIL SEND
IMAGES, FTP SEND IMAGES, DOC FILING OUTPUT
1
25
* = DRUM ROTATION, DV ROTATION
25-1
24-15
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Data clear
Used to clear the counters related to the scan
mode and the Internet FAX mode.
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the counter to be cleared with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the developing
section (toner concentration, humidity and toner
concentration sensor, humidity sensor,
temperature sensor output can be monitored.)
Section
Process (Developing section)
Item
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Press [START] key.
The confirmation to clear is opened.
The developing motor and the OPC drum motor rotate, and the
toner concentration detection level and the humidity sensor detection level and the temperature sensor detection level are displayed.
3) Select Yes/NO of counter clear with 10-key.
YES: Clear
NO: Not clear
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NETWORK SCANNER
ORIGINAL COUNTER
Document scan quantity
counter in the network scanner
mode
MAIL COUNTER
Number of times of mail send
FTP COUNTER
Number of times of FTP send
INTERNET-FAX ORIGINAL Internet FAX document scan
COUNTER
quantity (Total quantity of OC
and SPF)
INTERNET-FAX SEND
Number of times of Internet
FAX send
INTERNET-FAX RECEIVE Number of times of Internet
FAX receive
INTERNET-FAX OUTPUT Internet FAX print quantity
SCAN TO HDD
SCAN TO HDD record quantity
INTERNET-FAX SEND
Internet FAX send quantity
IMAGES
counter
SIMULATION 25-1
TONER SENSOR OUTPUT MONITOR. PRESS START.
HUMIDITY AREA :
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE : 128
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the
operation is stopped immediately or after 2 min.
SIMULATION 25-1
DV MONITOR. EXECUTING···.
HUMIDITY AREA :
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE : 128
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 27
(Default: 1)
25-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Setting
Used to make the initial setting of toner
concentration when replacing developer.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
SIMULATION 26-3
AUDITOR SETUP. SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
1.P10
2.VENDOR
3.OTHERS
4.VENDOR-EX
5.VENDOR-EX+
Operation/Procedure
1
1) Press [START] key.
The developing motor rotates for 2 min and the toner concentrations sensor makes sampling of toner concentration 16
times, and the detection level is displayed.
After the developing motor stops, the average value of toner
concentration sampling is set as the reference toner concentration level.
NOTE: When the above operation is interrupted on the way, the
reference toner concentration level is not set. Also when
error code of EE-EL or EE-EU is displayed, the reference
toner concentration level is not set normally.
(Default: 118)
2) The humidity near the developing tank at the developing
adjustment is registered.
26-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Used to set the count mode of the total counter
and the maintenance counter.
Specifications
Counter
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the counter to be set with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Select the count mode with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
Set the count-up (1 or 2) for A3/WLT paper.
(Select the target counter.)
SIMULATION 25-2
AUTOMATIC DV ADJUSTMENT. PRESS START.
HUMIDITY AREA :
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE : 118
1
2
TOTAL COUNTER
MAINTENANCE (DRUM)
COUNTER
DV COUNTER
3
Total counter
Maintenance counter/ OPC
drum counter
Developer counter
(Count-up)
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key, and the
operation is stopped immediately or after 2 min.
1
2
1 COUNT UP
2 COUNT UP
1 count-up
2 count-up
SIMULATION 26-5
A3(LEDGER) COUNT UP MODE SETTING. SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS
START.
1. TOTAL COUNTER 2
2. MAINTENANCE(DRUM) COUNTER 2
3. DV COUNTER 2
SIMULATION 25-2
AUTOMATIC DV ADJUSTMENT. EXECUTING···.
HUMIDITY AREA :
70.0 - 72.5
TEMPERATURE AREA: 70.0 - 72.5
DEVE REFERENCE : 118
1
Press [START] key.
26
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the specifications of the auditor.
Setting must be made according to the auditor use
conditions.
Auditor
Specifications
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the auditor mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
P10
VENDOR
OTHERS
VENDOR-EX
5
VENDOR-EX+
6
VENDOR-EX
(MULTI JOB)
VENDOR-EX
+ (MULTI JOB)
7
Built-in auditor mode
Coin vendor mode
Other
Coin vendor mode (without temporarily
charge)
Coin vendor mode (without temporarily
charge) + Document filing function enable
Coin vendor mode (No temporary charge)
+ (JOB queueing)
Coin vendor mode (No temporary charge)
+ Document filing enable + (JOB
queueing)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 26-5
A3(LEDGER) COUNT UP MODE SETTING. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS
START.
1. TOTAL COUNTER
(1: 1COUNT UP, 2: 2COUNT UP)
26-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Default
2
26-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Used to set the specifications (paper, document
detection, etc.) of the destination.
Specifications
Destination
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the destination with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
After completion of setting, the machine is automatically reset.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
USA
CANADA
INCH
JAPAN
AB_B
EUROPE
UK
AUSTRALIA
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 28
United States of America
Canada
Inch series EX
Japan
AB series B5
Europe
UK
Australia
9
10
AB_A
CHINA
AB series A5
China
0
1
Since this simulation cannot change the Fax destination, use SIM
66-2 to change the FAX destination.
CE mark control NO (Normal operation)
CE mark control YES (Heater lamp soft start
operation)
(Default: 1 for Europe, 0 for the others)
SIMULATION 26-6
DESTINATION SETUP. SELECT 1-10, AND PRESS START.
1.USA 2.CANADA 3.INCH
4.JAPAN 5.AB_B
6.EUROPE 7.UK 8.AUSTRALIA
9.AB_A
10.CHINA
SIMULATION 26-30
CE MARK CONTROL SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. NO
1. YES
1
26-10
NO
YES
0
26-35
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Used to set the network scanner trial mode.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select START/END of the network scanner trial mode with 10key.
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set whether the same continuous troubles
are displayed as one trouble or the series of
troubles with SIM 22-4 when the same troubles
occur continuously.
Specifications
2) Press [START] key.
Operation/Procedure
Max. 500 menus can be scanned.
1) Select the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
0
1
END
START
Trial mode cancel
Trial mode start
Default
SIMULATION 26-10
NETWORK SCANNER TRIAL SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0.END
1.START
2) Press [START] key.
0
ONCE
1
ANY
0
When two or more troubles of a same kind occur
continuously, the troubles are displayed as one
trouble in the trouble history of SIM22-4.
When two or more troubles of a same kind occur
continuously, the troubles are displayed straightly
as two or more troubles in the trouble history of
SIM22-4.
(Default: 0)
26-18
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Used to set YES/NO of toner save operation. (This
function is valid only in Japan and UK versions.
(Depends on the destination setting of SIM26-6.)
For the other destinations, the same setting can be
made by the user program P22.)
Specifications
Operation mode
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
YES
NO
Toner save mode is set.
Toner save mode is not set.
0
26-38
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
1) Select YES/NO of the toner save mode with 10-key.
0
1
SIMULATION 26-35
TROUBLE MEMORY MODE SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0. ONCE
1. ANY
Default
SIMULATION 26-18
TONER SAVE MODE SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. YES
1. NO
1
Section
Item
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
Item
PRINT CONTINUE
PRINT STOP
Print continue
Print stop
(Default: 0)
26-30
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Setting
Used to set CONTINUE/STOP of printing when
maintenance timing is over and the count value
reaches 110% of replacement timing (life).
Other
Specifications
Setting
Used to set the operation mode conforming to the
CE mark (Europe safety standards). (Conforming
to soft start when driving the fusing heater lamp.)
Specifications
Operation mode (Common)
SIMULATION 26-38
LIFE OVER SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. PRINT CONTINUE
1. PRINT STOP
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 29
0
• Effective paper counter
26-41
Purpose
Setting
Function
Used to set the automatic magnification ratio
(Purpose) selection (AMS) in the pamphlet mode.
Section
Item
Specifications
Operation mode (Common)
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to whether AMS operation is
automatically performed or nor in the center binding mode with
the 10-key.
NO
YES
1
26-68
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
SIMULATION 26-52
BLANK PAPER COUNT UP SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0. NO (NO COUNT UP)
1. YES (COUNT UP)
AMS/APS selection allowed
AMS is forcibly operated.
(Default: 1 for Europe and UK, 0 for the others)
Setting
Used to set ENABLE/DISABLE of the CA key
cancel function of print stop.
Specifications
Operation
Operation/Procedure
SIMULATION 26-41
PAMPHLET MODE AMS SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0. NO
1. YES
0
1) Select ENABLE/DISABLE of the CA key cancel function of
print stop with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
DISABLE
ENABLE (PRINT STOP)
Disable
Enable
(Default: 1)
26-50
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Setting
Black-White reverse YES/NO setting (Except for
UK)
Specifications
Operation
SIMULATION 26-68
CA KEY CANCEL MODE SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0. DISABLE
1. ENABLE (PRINT STOP)
1
Operation/Procedure
1) Select ENABLE/DISABLE of the B/W reverse mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
DISABLE
ENABLE
27
B/W reverse mode DISABLE
B/W reverse mode ENABLE
Default
SIMULATION 26-50
B/W REVERSE MODE SETTING. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS
START.
0. DISABLE
1. ENABLE
27-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
1
26-52
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set whether non-print paper (insertion
paper, cover paper) (blank image print paper) is
counted up or not.
Paper transport (Discharge/Switchback/Transport)
Specifications
Operation mode
Operation/Procedure
Section
Item
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
0
YES
1
NO
1) Select YES/NO of the non-print paper count-up with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Non-print paper means an insert paper (without copying) in the
OHP insertion mode, a cover (without copying) in the cover insertion mode, back surface, and white paper in the duplex exit mode
(CA, etc.).
0
1
NO (NO COUNT UP)
YES (COUNT UP)
No count up
Count up
(Default: 0 for Japan and Australia, 1 for the other)
The target counters are as follows:
Setting
Used to set the specifications for operations in
case of communication trouble between the host
computer and MODEM (machine side). (When
communication trouble occurs between the host
computer MODEM and the machine, the self diag
display (U7-00) is printed and setting for inhibition
of print or not is made.)
Communication unit (TEL/LIU/MODEM etc.)
Specifications
Operation mode
Though a communication trouble occurs between
the host computer and the MODEM (machine side),
there is no effect on the machine operations.
When a communication trouble occurs between the
host computer and the MODEM (machine side), the
self diag display (U7-00) is displayed and printing is
inhibited.
(Default: 0)
SIMULATION 27-1
DISABLING OF U7-00 TROUBLE. SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. YES
1. NO
0
• Copies counter
• Printer counter
• Department management counter
• Total counter
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 30
27-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to enter the machine tag No. (This function
allows to check the tag No. of the machine with the
host computer.)
Communication unit (TEL/LIU/MODEM etc.)
Specifications
Operation mode
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the tag number with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 27-5
TAG # SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
PRESENT: 00010000
NEW:
00009999
30
CSS1
PED
LUD
MCSET
MCDRS
MCPPD
MCLUD
MCPED
MCSPD
MCSS1
MCSS2
MCSS3
MCSS4
MP Tray size
MPFSET
MPED
MPLD
MPLS1
MPLS2
Bypass Tray size
Tray 1 insertion detection
Tray 1 paper empty detection
Tray 1 upper limit detection
MP unit detection
MP unit side door open detection
MP tray transport detection
MP tray upper limit detection
MP tray paper empty detection
MP tray remaining quantity detection
MP tray size detection 1
MP tray size detection 2
MP tray size detection 3
MP tray size detection 4
(The detection size of MP tray is displayed.)
Manual feed tray detection
Manual feed tray paper empty detection
Manual feed length detection
Manual feed pull-out sensor 1
Manual feed pull-out sensor 2
(The detection size of manual feed tray is
displayed.)
30-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of sensors and
detectors in other than the paper feed section and
the operations of the related circuits.
Operation
Operation/Procedure
SIMULATION 30-2
TRAY SENSOR CHECK..
CSS
PED
LUD
MCSET MCDRS MCPPD MCLUD MCPED MCSPD MCSS1 MCSS2
MCSS3 MCSS4
(MP Tray size: A4 )
MPFSET MPED MPLD MPLS1 MPLS2
(Bypass Tray size: A3 )
The operating conditions of sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
PPD1
POD1
POD2
POD3
DSWL
DSWF
Resist roller front paper detection
After-fusing transport detection 1
After-fusing transport detection 2
Paper full detection
Cabinet open detection
Front door
SIMULATION 30-1
SENSOR CHECK..
PPD1 POD1 POD2
DSWF
POD3
DSWL
40
40-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the manual feed
tray paper size detector and the related circuit.
(The operation of the manual feed tray paper size
detector can be monitored with the LCD display.)
Paper feed
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of sensors and detectors are displayed.
30-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of sensors and
detectors in the paper feed section and the related
circuits.
Paper feed
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
The paper width size detection level is displayed.
MPLD
MPLS1
MPLS2
BYPASS_WIDTH
BYPASS_AD
The operating conditions of sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
Bypass Tray width
size
Manual tray length detection
Manual tray pull-out detection 1
Manual tray pull-out detection 2
Manual feed guide plate position
Manual feed width detection volume
output AD value
(Manual tray detection size is displayed.)
A4/A3, 11 x, B5/B4, 8.5 x , A4R, B5R,
A5R, 5.5x, 7.25x, EXTRA
SIMULATION 40-1
BYPASS TRAY SENSOR CHECK..
MPLD
MPLS1
MPLS2
BYPASS_WIDTH: 2100
BYPASS_AD: 600
(Bypass Tray width size: A4/A3)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 31
40-7
40-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the manual paper feed tray paper
width detector detection level.
Paper feed
Operation
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup
Used to enter the manual paper feed tray paper
width adjustment value.
Paper feed
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Operation/Procedure
1) Open the manual paper feed guide to the max. width.
1) Select the number corresponding to the set item with 10-key.
2) Select MAX POSITION with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the set value with 10-key.
The max. width detection level is recognized.
4) Press [START] key.
4) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
2
3
4
5) Set the manual paper feed guide to A4R size width.
6) Select POSITION with 10-key.
7) Press [START] key.
MAX. POSITION
POSITION 1
POSITION 2
MIN. POSITION
Max. width
Adjustment point 1
Adjustment point 2
Min. value
The A4R width detection level is recognized.
8) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-7
BYPASS TRAY VALUE SETTING. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1. MAX. POSITION :
66
2. POSITION 1 :
447
3. POSITION 2 :
704
4. MIN. POSITION : 916
9) Set the manual paper feed guide to A5/A5R size width.
10) Select POSITION2 with 10-key.
11) Press [START] key.
1
The A5R width detection level is recognized.
12) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
13) Open the manual paper feed guide to the min. width.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
14) Select MIN POSITION with 10-key.
15) Press [START] key.
The min. width detection level is recognized.
If the above procedures are not completed normally, "ERROR" is
displayed. If completed normally, "COMPLETE" is displayed.
SIMULATION 40-2
BYPASS TRAY ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1. MAX. POSITION
2. POSITION 1
3. POSITION 2
4. MIN. POSITION
1
Select 1 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-2
BYPASS TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MAX. POSITION ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
SIMULATION 40-7
BYPASS TRAY VALUE SETTING. INPUT VALUE 0-1023, AND PRESS
START.
1. MAX. POSITION
66
40-11
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the multi-purpose tray width detection level.
Paper feed
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
Select 2 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-2
BYPASS TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 1 ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
Select 3 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-2
BYPASS TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 2 ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
Select 4 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
The paper width detection level is also displayed.
MCSS1
MCSS2
MCSS3
MCSS4
Multi Purpose
Tray
Tray 3 size detection 1
Tray 3 size detection 2
Tray 3 detection size 3
Tray 3 size detection 4
(MPT width direction detection size is
displayed.) A4/A3, 11X, B5/B4, 8.5X, A4R,
B5R, A5R, 5.5X, 7.25X, EXTRA
SIMULATION 40-11
TRAY3 SENSOR CHECK..
MCSS1
MCSS2
MCSS3
MCSS4
(Multi Purpose Tray width size: A4/A3)
SIMULATION 40-2
BYPASS TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MIN. POSITION ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 32
41-2
40-12
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup
Used to adjust the multi-purpose tray width
detection level.
Paper feed
Operation
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the document size sensor sensing
level.
Other
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Operation/Procedure
1) Open the paper feed tray 2 paper feed guide to the max. width
position.
1) Open the document cover and select NO ORIGINAL with 10key without placing any document on the document table.
2) Select MAX POSITION with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Press [START] key.
The sensor level is set without document on the document
table.
The max. width detection level is recognized.
4) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
5) Open the paper feed tray 3 paper feed guide to the min. width
position.
3) Place an A3 document on the document table, and select A3
ORIGINAL with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
The sensor level is set when detection the document.
6) Select MIN POSITION with 10-key.
If the above procedures are not completed normally, "ERROR" is
displayed. If completed normally, "COMPLETE" is displayed.
7) Press [START] key.
The min. width detection level is recognized.
If the above procedures are not completed normally, "ERROR" is
displayed. If completed normally, "COMPLETE" is displayed.
SIMULATION 40-12
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS
START.
1.MAX. POSITION
2.MIN. POSITION
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT. SELECT1-2, AND PRESS START.
(PLEASE OPEN THE ORIGINAL COVER.)
1. NO ORIGINAL
2. A3 ORIGINAL
1
1
Select 1 and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-12
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MAX. POSITION ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 40-12
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MIN. POSITION ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR")
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT.
NO ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR at PD1 PD2...")
A3 ORIGINAL ··· INCOMPLETE
Select 2 and press [START] key.
(Error)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS]
key.
SIMULATION 41-2
PD SENSOR ADJUSTMENT.
NO ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE
A3 ORIGINAL ··· COMPLETE (or "ERROR at PD1 PD2...")
41-3
41
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
41-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the document size
sensor and the related circuit. (The operation of
the document size sensor can be monitored with
the LCD display.)
Other
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The operating conditions of sensors and detectors are displayed.
The active sensors and detectors are highlighted.
OCSW
Document cover
status
PD1 - 7
Document detection
sensor status
SIMULATION 41-1
PD SENSOR CHECK..
OCSW PD1 PD2 PD3
PD4
Open: Normal display
Close: Highlighted
No document: Normal display
Document present: Highlighted
PD5
PD6
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the document size
sensor and the related circuit. (The document size
sensor output level can be monitored with the LCD
display.)
Other
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The detection output level (A/D value) of the document sensors
(PD1 - PD7) is displayed in real time.
∗ The value in [ ] on the side of each sensor name indicates the
threshold value.
The light receiving value (A/D value) and the threshold value (A/D
value) of PD1 - PD7 are in the range of 1 - 255. The default of
threshold value is 128.
OCSW
PD1 - 7
Original cover status
Open: Normal display
Close: Highlighted
PD sensor detection level The value in [ ] indicates the
adjustment threshold value (SIM41-2 adjustment
value).
PD7
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 33
SIMULATION 41-3
PD SENSOR DATA DISPLAY.
OCSW
PD1[128]: 200
PD2[128]: 200
PD3[128]: 50
PD4[128]: 52
PD5[128]: 51
PD6[128]: 50
PD7[128]: 52
SIMULATION 44-1
PROCESS CORRECTION VALUE SETTING. INPUT VALUE 0-255
AND PRESS START.
BIT0:Vg1, BIT1:Ld1, BIT2:Vg2, BIT3:Ld2
BIT4:Vb1, Vb2
BIT5:Vg3, Vb3, Ld3
BIT6:Vbr
BIT7:Vg4, Vb4, Ld4
111
44-4
43
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
43-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the fusing temperature in each
operation mode.
Fixing (Fusing)
Operation
Item
Setup
Used to set the target image (reference) density
level in the developing bias voltage correction.
Process
(Photoconductor/Developing/Transfer/Cleaning)
Data
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the setting mode with 10key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the setting mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
2) Press [START] key.
4) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the set value.
3) Enter the set value.
4) Press [START] key.
Item
INSIDE NORMAL
Heater inside/normal
OUTSIDE NORMAL
Heater outside/normal
INSIDE PREHEAT
Heater inside/preheat
OUTSIDE PREHEAT Heater outside/preheat
1
2
3
4
Default
190
190
150
150
SIMULATION 43-1
FUSER TEMPERATURE SET. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1. INSIDE NORMAL 190
2. OUTSIDE NORMAL 190
3. INSIDE PREHEAT 150
4. OUTSIDE PREHEAT 150
1
TEMP. AREA *1
2
HUMIDITY AREA *1
3
S_WT
4
Vb1
5
Vb2
1
Press [START] key.
*1: Only when this value is 0, control is made with the actual measurement value of the process thermistor (temperature/humidity). When it is not 0, control is made with the forcible setting
value.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 43-1
FUSER TEMPERATURE SET. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
1. INSIDE NORMAL
SIMULATION 44-4
PROCESS CONTROL VALUE SETTING. SELECT 1-5 AND PRESS
START.
1.TEMP. AREA
0
2.HUMIDITY AREA 0
3.S_WT
90
4.Vb1
50
5.Vb2
15
190
3
44
Press [START] key.
44-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Setting
Used to set enable/disable of correction
operations in the image forming (process) section.
Image process
(Photoconductor/Developing/Transfer/Cleaning)
Operation
Item
When bit =1, correction is made.
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Vg4
Vb4
Ld4
Vbr
Vg3
Vb3
Ld3
Vb1
Vb2
Ld2
Vg2
Ld1
Vg1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 44-4
PROCESS CONTROL VALUE SETTING. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS
START.
3.S_WT
Operation/Procedure
Bit
Item
Process environment temperature
forcible setting value
(0 - 13 /normal: 0)
Process environment humidity
forcible setting value
(0 - 14 /normal: 0)
Vb rising correction standby time
(0 - 180 sec/default: 90)
Vb correction amount (first rotation)
(0 - 150V/default: 50)
Vb correction amount (second
rotation) (0-50V/default: 15)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 34
90
DEV REF
44-9
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the data related to the image
forming section correction (process correction)
result (corrected main charger grid voltage, the
developing bias voltage, and the laser power
voltage in each print mode). (This simulation
allows to check that correction is performed
normally or not.)
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing/
Transfer/Cleaning)
Data
Operation data (Machine condition)
HUM
(TARGET)
TMP
(TARGET)
Drum rotation time (sec)
Developer rotation time (sec)
Grid voltage correction value
Developing bias correction value
Laser power correction value
Machine CRUM destination (1-9)
CRUM destination (1-9)
SIMULATION 44-9
PROCESS CONTROL DATA DISPLAY.
DRUM ROTATION TIME:01234567(sec)
DEVE ROTATION TIME:01234567(sec)
Vg1:30(V) Vg2:30(V) Vg3:30(V) Vg4:30(V)
Vb1:30(V) Vb2:10(V) Vb3:30(V) Vb4:10(V)
Ld1: 0
Ld2: 0
Ld3: 0
Ld4: 0
DESTINATION1:1
DESTINATION2:1
Temperature correction value
Target value of temperature
correction
Environment correction value
Target value of environment
correction
LIFE
(TARGET)
SIMULATION 44-16
TONER CONTROL STANDARD LEVEL DISPLAY.
HUMIDITY AREA: 11
INT HUMIDITY AREA: 7
TEMPERATURE AREA: 6
INT TEMPERATURE AREA: 6
TARGET LEVEL=DEV REF+HUM(TARGET)+TMP(TARGET)+LIFE(TARGET)
133 = 118
+ 10(10)
+ 0(0)
+
5(5)
Operation/Procedure
DRUM ROTATION TIME
DEVE ROTATION TIME
Vg1 - Vg4
Vb1 - Vb4
Ld1 - Ld4
DESTINATION 1
DESTINATION 2
Development adjustment
registration value
Humidity correction value
Target value of humidity
correction
46
46-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy density in all the copy
modes (Auto, Text, Text/Photo, and Photo mode).
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 6.)
44-14
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
2) Press [START] key.
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display)
Used to check the output level of the temperature
sensor and the humidity sensor.
Image process (Photoconductor/Developing)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
The output levels of the temperature thermistor and the humidity
thermistor in the developing unit are displayed.
TH-DV
HUS-DV
Developing temperature thermistor
Developing humidity thermistor
0 - 255
0 - 255
3) Enter the copy density level with 10-key.
Set
range
Item
0
TRAY SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
COPY START
EXP LEVEL
AE 3.0
CH 3.0
MIX 3.0
PHOTO 3.0
Default
Paper feed tray
selection
Copy START (Default)
Exposure level selection
AE mode
0 - 99
Text mode 3.0
Text/Photo mode 3.0
Photo mode 3.0
50
4) Press P key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 44-14
SENSOR DATA DISPLAY MONITOR.
TH-DV:
255
HUS-DV:
255
The adjustment value is set.
When [START] key is pressed, copying is performed and the
adjustment value is simultaneously set.
Check the density of the printed copy image.
Normal display
ERROR display
44-16
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display)
Used to check the toner concentration control
data.
Image process (Developing)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
HUMIDITY AREA
INT HUMIDITY AREA
TEMPERATURE AREA
INT TEMPERATURE AREA
TARGET LEVEL
Humidity area
Humidity area in development
adjustment
Temperature area
Temperature area in
development adjustment
Toner control reference value
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
NOTE: When the copy image density is adjusted with this simulation, the copy image densities of all the copy modes are
changed to the copy image density level set with this simulation.
That is, the copy image density of each copy mode set with
SIM 46-9, 10, 11 is changed to the copy image density
level adjusted with this simulation.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 35
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
Item
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 0-6, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. AE 3.0 50 4. CH 3.0 50
5. MIX 3.0 50 6. PHOTO 3.0 50
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS START.
3. AE 3.0
50
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary Text mode). An optional print density can be set
for each density level (display value).
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
Select other then 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
46-9
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy density adjustment level with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 11.)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy density level with 10-key.
Set
Default
range
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
TRAY SELECT
COPY START
EXP LEVEL
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Paper feed tray selection
Copy START (Default)
Exposure level selection
Exposure level 1.0
Exposure level 1.5
Exposure level 2.0
Exposure level 2.5
Exposure level 3.0
Exposure level 3.5
Exposure level 4.0
Exposure level 4.5
Exposure level 5.0
0 - 99
50
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). NOW COPYING.
The adjustment value is set.
When [START] key is pressed, copying is perfumed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Check the density of printed copy image.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-2
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (2). SELECT 3-6, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. AE 3.0
4. CH 3.0
5. MIX 3.0
6. PHOTO 3.0
1
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 36
46-10
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 0-11, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. 1.0 50 4. 1.5 50 5. 2.0 50
6. 2.5 50 7. 3.0 50 8. 3.5 50
9. 4.0 50 10. 4.5 50 11. 5.0 50
1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Select other than 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary Text/Photo mode). An optional print density can be
set for each density level (display value).
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
Press
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3. 1.0
50
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy density adjustment level with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 11.)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy density level with 10-key.
Item
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key. Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). NOW COPYING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Paper feed tray selection
Copy START (Default)
Exposure level selection
Exposure level 1.0
Exposure level 1.5
Exposure level 2.0
Exposure level 2.5
Exposure level 3.0
Exposure level 3.5
Exposure level 4.0
Exposure level 4.5
Exposure level 5.0
Default
0 - 99
50
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
The adjustment value is set.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-9
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (CHAR.2). SELECT 3-11, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. 1.0
4. 1.5
5. 2.0
6. 2.5
7. 3.0
8. 3.5
9. 4.0
10. 4.5
11. 5.0
TRAY SELECT
COPY START
EXP LEVEL
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Set
range
When [START] key is pressed, copying is perfumed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Check the density of printed copy image.
Normal display
ERROR display
1
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 37
46-11
SIMULATION 46-10
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (MIX.2). SELECT 0-11, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. 1.0 50 4. 1.5 50 5. 2.0 50
6. 2.5 50 7. 3.0 50 8. 3.5 50
9. 4.0 50 10. 4.5 50 11. 5.0 50
1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Select other than 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density for each density
level (display value) in the copy mode (binary Photo mode). An optional print density can be set
for each density level (display value).
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-10
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (MIX.2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3. 1.0
50
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy density adjustment level with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 11.)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy density level with 10-key.
Item
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key. Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-10
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (MIX.2). NOW COPYING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-10
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (MIX.2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Paper feed tray selection
Copy START (Default)
Exposure level selection
Exposure level 1.0
Exposure level 1.5
Exposure level 2.0
Exposure level 2.5
Exposure level 3.0
Exposure level 3.5
Exposure level 4.0
Exposure level 4.5
Exposure level 5.0
Default
0 - 99
50
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
The adjustment value is set.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-10
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (MIX.2). SELECT 3-11, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. 1.0
4. 1.5
5. 2.0
6. 2.5
7. 3.0
8. 3.5
9. 4.0
10. 4.5
11. 5.0
TRAY SELECT
COPY START
EXP LEVEL
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Set
range
When [START] key is pressed, copying is perfumed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Check the density of printed copy image.
Normal display
ERROR display
1
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 38
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 46-11
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (PHOTO2). SELECT 0-11, AND PRESS START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1. COPY START
2. EXP LEVEL 1
3. 1.0 50 4. 1.5 50 5. 2.0 50
6. 2.5 50 7. 3.0 50 8. 3.5 50
9. 4.0 50 10. 4.5 50 11. 5.0 50
The adjustment value is set.
When [START] key is pressed, printing is perfumed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
1
Check the density of printed image.
Normal display
ERROR display
Select other than 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-11
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (PHOTO2). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3. 1.0
50
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
NOTE: When the FAX print image density is adjusted with this simulation, the print image densities of all the FAX modes are
changed to the image density level set with this simulation.
That is, the print image density of each FAX mode set with
SIM 46-13, 14, 15 is changed to the print image density
level adjusted with this simulation.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
SIMULATION 46-11
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (PHOTO2). NOW COPYING.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
Press [START] key,
or press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
SIMULATION 46-11
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (PHOTO2). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1. TRAY1 2. TRAY2 3. TRAY3 4. TRAY4
5. BPT
1
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-11
EXP. LEVEL SETUP (PHOTO2). SELECT 3-11, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3. 1.0
4. 1.5
5. 2.0
6. 2.5
7. 3.0
8. 3.5
9. 4.0
10. 4.5
11. 5.0
1
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET). SELECT 0-2, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.FAX EXP.LEVEL 50
1
46-12
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(all modes).
Picture quality
Select other than 0 - 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET), INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
2.FAX EXP.LEVEL
50
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the adjustment item of FAX EXP. LEVEL with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
Press [START] key.
press [START] key.
3) Enter the print density level with 10-key.
Item
Set
Default
range
0 TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
2 FAX EXP. LEVEL FAX mode print density
0 - 99
50
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET). NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-12
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(AUTO SET).SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 39
46-13
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each normal mode). (Only when FAX is installed.)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key.
∗ Manual mode (Print density adjustment level)
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
1
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key. Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
∗ Auto mode
2)
Press [START] key.
3) Enter the print density level with 10-key.
Set
Default
range
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
0 - 99
50
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
The adjustment value is set.
When [START] key is pressed, printing is perfumed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Check the density of printed image.
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
50
Select 1,
Press [START] key.
and press
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
[START] key.
or terminate copying.
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
Normal display
ERROR display
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
4.1.0
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE +20:DSPF MODE)
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-13
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(NORMAL). SELECT 3-8, AND PRESS START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
1
2
3
4
5
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
When the sum of the above set value (1 - 5) and 20 is set, the
mode is changed to the duplex print mode.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 40
1
46-14
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each fine mode). (Only when FAX is installed.)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 14.)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
Set
Default
range
Item
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
0 - 99
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Select 1,
Press [START] key.
and press
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
[START] key.
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). NOW PRINTING.
50
3) Press [P] key or [ATART] key.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
When [START] key is pressed, printing is performed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE). SELECT 3-14, AND PRESS START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H)
10.1.0(H)
11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H)
13.4.0(H)
14.5.0(H)
Check the density of print image.
1
2
3
4
5
Press [START] key,
or press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
The entered value is set.
Normal display
ERROR display
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
50
2) Enter the print density level with 10-key.
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
1
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
4.1.0
∗ Auto mode
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SIMULATION 46-14
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(FINE).SELECT 0-14,AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
9.AUTO(H)
50
10.1.0(H) 50
11.2.0(H) 50
12.3.0(H) 50
13.4.0(H) 50
14.5.0(H) 50
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 41
46-15
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each super fine mode). (Only when FAX is
installed.)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 14.)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
3) Enter the print density level with 10-key.
Set
Default
range
Item
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
0 - 99
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
When [START] key is pressed, printing is performed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Check the density of print image.
SIMULATION 46-15
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(SUPER FINE),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
3.AUTO
Select 1,
and press Press [START] key.
[START] key.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-15
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(SUPER FINE). SELECT 3-14, AND PRESS
START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H)
10.1.0(H)
11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H)
13.4.0(H)
14.5.0(H)
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-15
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(SUPER FINE). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1
2
3
4
5
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
50
The entered value is set.
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 46-15
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(SUPER FINE). NOW PRINTING.
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
Normal display
ERROR display
1
50
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
SIMULATION 46-15
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(SUPER FINE).SELECT 0-14,AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
9.AUTO(H)
50
10.1.0(H) 50
11.2.0(H) 50
12.3.0(H) 50
13.4.0(H) 50
14.5.0(H) 50
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 42
1
46-16
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
SIMULATION 46-16
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(ULTRA FINE).SELECT 0-14,AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50
4.1.0 50
5.2.0 50
6.3.0 50
7.4.0 50
8.5.0 50
9.AUTO(H)
50
10.1.0(H) 50
11.2.0(H) 50
12.3.0(H) 50
13.4.0(H) 50
14.5.0(H) 50
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print density in the FAX mode
(each ultra fine mode). (Only when FAX is
installed.)
Picture quality
1
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 14.)
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
Select 1,
and press
[START]
key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-16
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(ULTRA FINE),INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
3.AUTO
50
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the print density level with 10-key.
Press [START] key.
Set
Default
range
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
Auto
0 - 99
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-16
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(ULTRA FINE). NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
50
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-16
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(ULTRA FINE). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-16
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(ULTRA FINE). SELECT 3-14, AND PRESS
START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H)
10.1.0(H)
11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H)
13.4.0(H)
14.5.0(H)
1
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
The entered value is set.
When [START] key is pressed, printing is performed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Check the density of print image.
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
46-17
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the gain in shading correction.
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
4) Press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
CCD, CIS
3) Enter the shading gain change value with 10-key.
There is normally no need to change the shading gain with this
simulation.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
Only when the scanned image density is unsatisfactory though
shading is performed, the above procedure is performed.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
1
2
3
Item
CCD ODD
CCD EVEN
CIS
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 43
Set range
0 - 255
Default
80
128
Exposure level
SIMULATION 46-17
CCD/CIS SHADING GAIN DATA SETUP. SELECT 1-3, AND
PRESS START.
1.CCD ODD 80 2.CCD EVEN 80
3.CIS
128
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-17
CCD SHADING GAIN DATA SETUP. INPUT VALUE 0-255,AND
PRESS START.
1.CCD ODD
80
46-18
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the gamma (density gradient) in the
copy mode.
Picture quality
Density
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Item
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
4) Press [START] key.
Normal display
ERROR display
Operation/Procedure
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
(Copy mode selection)
(Gamma adjustment)
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 18.)
After completion of the above procedures, perform the following
procedures.
2) Press [START] key.
1) Enter the gamma level with 10-key.
(Print mode selection in the FAX mode)
2) Enter [P] key or [START] key.
When [START] key is pressed, printing is performed and the
adjustment value is set simultaneously.
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Check the gamma density (copy density in the low density
area and the high density area) of printed copy image. The
greater the adjustment value is, the greater the gamma value
is, resulting in a higher contrast.
3) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items. (Select one of 3 - 14.)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Print density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
EXP LEVEL
OC_AE
OC_CHARA
OC_MIX
OC_PHOTO
SPF1_AE
SPF1_CHARA
SPF1_MIX
SPF1_PHOTO
SPF2_AE
SPF2_CHARA
SPF2_MIX
SPF2_PHOTO
CIS_AE
CIS_CHARA
CIS_MIX
CIS_PHOTO
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
Set
Default
range
Paper feed tray selection
Print start (Default)
Exposure level selection
AE mode (OC)
0 - 127
Text mode (OC)
Text/Photo mode (OC)
Photo mode (OC)
AE mode (SPF1)
Text mode (SPF1)
Text/Photo mode (SPF1)
Photo mode (SPF1)
AE mode (SPF2)
Text mode (SPF2)
Text/Photo mode (SPF2)
Photo mode (SPF2)
AE mode (CIS)
Text mode (CIS)
Text/Photo mode (CIS)
Photo mode (CIS)
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
64
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 44
4) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 46-18
GAMMA SETUP(COPIER). SELECT 0-18, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.OC_AE
64
4.OC_CHARA
5.OC_MIX
64
6.OC_PHOTO
64
7.SPF1_AE
64
8.SPF1_CHARA 64 9.SPF1_MIX 64
10.SPF1_PHOTO 64
11.SPF2_AE
64
12.SPF2_CHARA 64 13.SPF2_MIX 64
14.SPF2_PHOTO 64
15.CIS_AE
64
16.CIS_CHARA 64 17.CIS_MIX 64
18.CIS_PHOTO 64
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
1
2
3
4
AE MODE
AE STOP MODE (COPIER)
AE STOP MODE (SCANNER)
AE STOP MODE (FAX)
Mode
AE
mode
Set
value
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
2
SIMULATION 46-18
GAMMA SETUP. INPUT VALUE 0-127, AND PRESS START.
3.OC_AE
64
Select 1,
and press Press [START] key.
[START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-18
GAMMA SETUP. NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-18
GAMMA SETUP(COPIER). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-18
GAMMA SETUP(COPIER). SELECT 3-14, AND PRESS
START.
(EXP.LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H)
10.1.0(H)
11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H)
13.4.0(H)
14.5.0(H)
AE
fixed
mode
0
1
AE mode
AE fixed mode (Copier)
AE fixed mode (Scanner)
AE fixed mode (FAX)
Item
Default
Image quality priority mode
(Normal mode)
∗ Gamma is sharp to provide
high contrast images.
Toner consumption priority mode
∗ Gamma is mild to provide low
contrast images.
AE fixed OFF
AE fixed ON
2
1 (COPIER)
0
(SCANNER/
FAX)
AE fixed OFF: The automatic density (exposure) control is performed in real time. (The density level is changed
in real time according to the document pattern.)
AE fixed ON: The density at the lead edge of the document is
scanned, and the overall density (exposure) level is
determined according to the scanned density level.
(Overall density level fixed)
SIMULATION 46-19
EXP.MODE SETUP. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1.AE MODE
2
2.AE STOP MODE(COPIER) 1
3.AE STOP MODE(SCANNER)0
4.AE STOP MODE(FAX)
0
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-19
EXP.MODE SETUP. INPUT VALUE 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1.AE MODE
2
1
Select 2, 3, or 4 and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-19
EXP.MODE SETUP. INPUT VALUE 0-1, AND PRESS START.
2.AE STOP MODE(COPIER)
1
46-19
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to set the auto mode operation specifications
in each mode (copy, scan, FAX).
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
(Toner save operation YES/NO setting in the auto mode)
1) Select "1. AE MODE" with 1-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Select the number corresponding to the operation specifications with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
When [START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set.
(Operation setting in the auto copy mode)
1) Select the number corresponding to the mode with 10-key.
(Select one of 2 - 4.)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Select the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 45
46-20
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy density correction in the
SPF copy mode for the document table copy
mode. The adjustment is made so that the copy
density becomes the same as that of the
document table copy mode.
SPF
Picture quality
Density
SIMULATION 46-20
OC/SPF EXP. ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-5, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL
1
3.SPF(ODD)
128
4.SPF(EVEN) 128
5.DSPF
128
1
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-20
OC/SPF EXP. ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-255, AND PRESS
START.
3.SPF(ODD)
Operation/Procedure
(Adjustment mode selection)
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy mode to be
adjusted with 10-key.
SPF odd pixel (Front surface copy), SPF even pixel (Front surface copy), SPF (Back surface copy) (Select one of 3 - 5.)
128
Press [START] key.
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-20
OC/SPF EXP. ADJUSTMENT.
2) Press [SATART] key.
NOW PRINTING.
(Copy density level adjustment)
1) Enter the density correction value with 10-key.
SIMULATION 46-20
OC/SPF EXP. ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering an adjustment value
in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
START key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
Content
0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray selection
1: TRAY1
2: TRAY2
3: TRAY3
4: TRAY4
5: Manual feed
1 PRINT START Print start (Default)
2 EXP LEVEL
Exposure level selection
3: Exposure level 1.0
4: Exposure level 1.5
5: Exposure level 2.0
6: Exposure level 2.5
7: Exposure level 3.0
8: Exposure level 3.5
9: Exposure level 4.0
10: Exposure level 4.5
11: Exposure level 5.0
3 SPF (ODD)
SPF (front) (odd pixel)
4 SPF (EVEN)
SPF (front) (even pixel)
5 DSPF
DSPF (Back surface)
Set
Default
range
–
–
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-20
OC/SPF EXP. ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 3-8, AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3.1.0
4.1.5
5.2.0
6.2.5
7.3.0
8.3.5
9.4.0
10.4.5
11.5.0
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
Item
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
2) Press [P] key or [START] key.
1
46-21
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in all
the scanner modes.
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
1) Select "SCANNER EXP. LEVEL" with 10-key.
–
–
–
–
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the image density adjustment value.
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
NOTE: When this simulation is performed to adjust the scan image
densities, all the image densities in all the scan modes are
changed to the image density level set with this simulation.
That is, the image densities set with SIM 46-22, 23, 24, 25,
and 45 are changed to the image density level set with this
simulation.
0 - 255
128
Set
Default
range
0 SCANNER EXP. LEVEL Image density level 0 - 99
50
Item
NOTE: Only the set value is changed and no printing is performed.
• "Set value - 128" is added to the shading adjustment value (SIM
46-17).
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 46
46-23
SIMULATION 46-21
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(AUTO SET), PRESS START.
0.SCANNER EXP.LEVEL 50
Press [START] key.
0
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
fine text mode.
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 0 - 11.)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level)
SIMULATION 46-21
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(AUTO SET), INPUT VALUE 0-99,
AND PRESS START.
0.SCANNER EXP.LEVEL
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
50
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
2) Press [START] key.
46-22
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
3) Enter the image density adjustment value with 10-key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
normal text mode.
Picture quality
Density
4) Press [START] key or press [P] key.
The adjustment value is set.
Item
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 0 - 5.)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level)
∗ Auto mode
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the image density adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key or press [P] key.
The adjustment value is set.
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Set
range
0 - 99
Default
50
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Default
50
NOTE: Only the set value is changed and no printing is performed.
NOTE: Only the set value is changed and no printing is performed.
SIMULATION 46-22
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(NORMAL). SELECT 0-5, AND PRESS
START.
0.AUTO 50 1.1.0 50
2.2.0 50
3.3.0 50 4.4.0 50
5.5.0 50
1
Select other than 0 - 5, and
press [START] key.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Set
range
0 - 99
Press [START] key, or press
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-23
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(FINE). SELECT 0-11,AND PRESS
START.
0.AUTO 50 1.1.0 50
2.2.0 50
3.3.0 50
4.4.0 50
5.5.0 50
6.AUTO(H) 50
7.1.0(H) 50
8.2.0(H) 50
9.3.0(H) 50
10.4.0(H) 50
11.5.0(H) 50
1
Select other than 0 - 11, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-23
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(FINE). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
0.AUTO
50
SIMULATION 46-22
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(NORMAL), INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
0.AUTO
50
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 47
46-25
46-24
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
super fine text mode.
Picture quality
Density
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scanner exposure level in the
ultra fine text mode.
Picture quality
Density
Operation/Procedure
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 0 - 11.)
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 0 - 11.)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
2) Press [START] key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the image density adjustment value with 10-key.
3) Enter the image density adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key or press [P] key.
4) Press [START] key or press [P] key.
The adjustment value is set.
The adjustment value is set.
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Set
range
0 - 99
Default
50
NOTE: Only the set value is changed and no printing is performed.
SIMULATION 46-24
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(SUPER FINE). SELECT 0-11,AND
PRESS START.
0.AUTO 50 1.1.0 50
2.2.0 50
3.3.0 50
4.4.0 50
5.5.0 50
6.AUTO(H) 50 7.1.0(H) 50
8.2.0(H) 50
9.3.0(H) 50 10.4.0(H) 50
11.5.0(H) 50
1
Select other than 0 - 11, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-24
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(SUPER FINE). INPUT VALUE 0-99,
AND PRESS START.
0.AUTO
50
Item
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Set
range
0 - 99
Default
50
NOTE: Only the set value is changed and no printing is performed.
SIMULATION 46-25
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(ULTRA
PRESS START.
0.AUTO 50 1.1.0 50
2.2.0
3.3.0 50
4.4.0 50
5.5.0
6.AUTO(H) 50
7.1.0(H) 50
9.3.0(H) 50
10.4.0(H) 50
Select other than 0 - 11, and
press [START] key.
FINE). SELECT 0-11,AND
50
50
8.2.0(H) 50
11.5.0(H) 50
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-25
EXP.LEVEL SETUP SCANNER(ULTRA FINE). INPUT VALUE 0-99,
AND PRESS START.
0.AUTO
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 48
50
46-27
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the gamma (density gradient) of the
network scanner mode.
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Scanner mode selection)
1) Select the number corresponding to the scanner mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 9.)
2) Press [START] key.
(Gamma adjustment)
1) Enter the gamma level with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The greater the adjustment value is, the greater the gamma is,
resulting in a higher contrast.
Item
1 OC_Fine.HT
2 OC_SFine.HT
3 OC_UFine.HT
4 SPF1_Fine.HT
5 SPF1_SFine.HT
6 SPF1_UFine.HT
7 SPF2_Fine.HT
8 SPF2_SFine.HT
9 SPF2_UFine.HT
10 CIS_Fine.HT
11 CIS_SFine.HT
12 CIS_UFine.HT
Fine text (Half-tone) (OC)
Super fine (Half-tone)
(OC)
Ultra fine (Half-tone) (OC)
Fine text (Half-tone)
(SPF1)
Super fine (Half-tone)
(SPF1)
Ultra fine (Half-tone)
(SPF1)
Fine text (Half-tone)
(SPF2)
Super fine (Half-tone)
(SPF2)
Ultra fine (Half-tone)
(SPF2)
Fine text (Half-tone) (CIS)
Super fine (Half-tone)
(CIS)
Ultra fine (Half-tone) (CIS)
Set
Default
range
0 - 127
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
OC_AE
OC_CHARA
OC_MIX
OC_PHOTO
SPF1_AE
SPF1_CHARA
SPF1_MIX
SPF1_PHOTO
SPF2_AE
SPF2_CHARA
SPF2_MIX
SPF2_PHOTO
CIS_AE
CIS_CHARA
CIS_MIX
CIS_PHOTO
AE mode (OC)
Text mode (OC)
Text/Photo mode (OC)
Photo mode (OC)
AE mode (SPF1)
Text mode (SPF1)
Text/Photo mode (SPF1)
Photo mode (SPF1)
AE mode (SPF2)
Text mode (SPF2)
Text/Photo mode (SPF2)
Photo mode (SPF2)
AE mode (CIS)
Text mode (CIS)
Text/Photo mode (CIS)
Photo mode (CIS)
Set
range
1-5
Default
3
∗ SPF1: DSPF front surface (CCD)
∗ SPF2: DSPF back surface (CCD)
SIMULATION 46-31
SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. SELECT
1.OC_AE 3
2.OC_CHARA 3
4.OC_PHOTO 3
5.SPF1_AE 3
7.SPF1_MIX 3
8.SPF1_PHOTO
10.SPF2_CHARA 3 11.SPF2_MIX
13.CIS_AE 3
14.CIS_CHARA
16.CIS_PHOTO 3
Press [START] key.
1-16, AND PRESS START.
3.OC_MIX 3
6.SPF1_CHARA 3
3 9.SPF2_AE 3
3 12.SPF2_PHOTO 3
3 15.CIS_MIX 3
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-31
SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. INPUT VALUE 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
1.OC_AE
46-39
SIMULATION 46-27
GAMMA SETUP(SCANNER). SELECT 1-12, AND PRESS START.
1.OC_Fine.HT
64 2.OC_SFine.HT
64 3.OC_UFine.HT
4.SPF1_Fine.HT 64 5.SPF1_SFine.HT 64 6.SPF1_UFine.HT
7.SPF2_Fine.HT 64 8.SPF2_SFine.HT 64 9.SPF2_UFine.HT
10.CIS_Fine.HT 64 11.CIS_SFine.HT 64 12.CIS_UFine.HT
64
64
64
64
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust sharpness of the FAX mode.
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the sharpness level with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
46-31
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
The greater the adjustment value is, the greater the sharpness is.
Adjustment
Used to adjust sharpness of the copy mode.
Default: 3 (Normal), 1 (Halftone)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Copy mode selection)
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 16.)
2) Press [START] key.
(Sharpness adjustment)
1) Enter the sharpness level with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The greater the adjustment value is, the greater the sharpness is.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 49
SIMULATION 46-39
FAX SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. SELECT 1-12, AND PRESS
START.
1:OC_NORMAL 3
2:OC_FINE 3
3:OC_FINE(H) 1
4:OC_SFINE 3
5:OC_SFINE(H) 1
6:OC_UFINE 3
7:OC_UFINE(H) 1
8:OC_600 3
9:OC_600(H) 3
10:SPF1_NORMAL 3
11:SPF1_FINE 3
12:SPF1_FINE(H) 1
13:SPF1_SFINE 3
14:SPF1_SFINE(H) 1 15:SPF1_UFINE 3
16:SPF1_UFINE(H) 1 17:SPF1_600 3
18:SPF1_600(H) 1
19:SPF2_NORMAL 3
20:SPF2_FINE 3
21:SPF2_FINE(H) 1
22:SPF2_SFINE 3
23:SPF2_SFINE(H) 1 24:SPF2_UFINE 3
25:SPF2_UFINE(H) 1 26:SPF2_600 3
27:SPF2_600(H) 1
28:CIS_NORMAL 3
29:CIS_FINE 3
30:CIS_FINE(H) 1
31:CIS_SFINE 3
32:CIS_SFINE(H) 1 33:CIS_UFINE 3
34:CIS_UFINE(H) 1 35:CIS_600 3
36:CIS_600(H) 1
Press [START] key.
1
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
50
Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 46-45
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(600dpi).
Select 0, and press [START] key.
46-45
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-45
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(600dpi),INPUT VALUE 0-99,AND PRESS
START.
3.AUTO
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-39
FAX SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. INPUT VALUE 1-3, AND PRESS
START.
1:OC_NORMAL
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
SIMULATION 46-45
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(600dpi). SELECT 0-14, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.EXP LEVEL 1
3.AUTO
50 4.1.0
50 5.2.0
50
6.3.0
50 7.4.0
50 8.5.0
50
9.AUTO(H) 50 10.1.0(H) 50 11.2.0(H) 50
12.3.0(H) 50 13.4.0(H) 50 14.5.0(H) 50
Adjustment
Used to adjust the image density in the FAX mode
(600dpi).
Picture quality
NOW PRINTING.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-45
EXP.LEVEL SETUP FAX(600dpi). SELECT 1-5,AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5:BPT
1
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to one of the following
adjustment items with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 14.)
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level)
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
∗ Normal mode (Image density adjustment level) (Half-tone
mode)
∗ Auto mode
SIMULATION 46-45
EXP. LEVEL SETUP FAX(600dpi). SELECT 3-8,AND PRESS START.
(EXP. LEVEL SELECT)
3.AUTO
4.1.0
5.2.0
6.3.0
7.4.0
8.5.0
9.AUTO(H) 10.1.0(H) 11.2.0(H)
12.3.0(H) 13.4.0(H) 14.5.0(H)
∗ Auto mode (Half-tone mode)
1
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the image density adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key or press [P] key.
The adjustment value is set.
Item
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
AUTO
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
AUTO (H)
1.0 (H)
2.0 (H)
3.0 (H)
4.0 (H)
5.0 (H)
Auto
Exposure level 1
Exposure level 2
Exposure level 3
Exposure level 4
Exposure level 5
Auto (Half-tone)
Exposure level 1 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 2 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 3 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 4 (Half-tone)
Exposure level 5 (Half-tone)
Set
range
0 - 99
Default
50
46-46
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust sharpness of the scanner mode.
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the sharpness level with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The greater the adjustment value is, the greater the sharpness is.
Set range: 1 - 3
Default: 3 (Normal), 1 (Halftone)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 50
(Copy magnification ratio adjustment)
SIMULATION 46-46
SCANNER SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. SELECT 1-28, AND PRESS
START.
1:OC_NORMAL 3
2:OC_FINE 3
3:OC_FINE(H) 1
4:OC_SFINE 3
5:OC_SFINE(H) 1
6:OC_UFINE 3
7:OC_UFINE(H) 1
8:SPF1_NORMAL 3
9:SPF1_FINE 3
10:SPF1_FINE(H) 1
11:SPF1_SFINE 3
12:SPF1_SFINE(H) 1 13:SPF1_UFINE 3
14:SPF1_UFINE(H) 1
15:SPF2_NORMAL 3
16:SPF2_FINE 3
17:SPF2_FINE(H) 1
18:SPF2_SFINE 3
19:SPF2_SFINE(H) 1 20:SPF2_UFINE 3
21:SPF2_UFINE(H) 1
22:CIS_NORMAL 3
23:CIS_FINE 3
24:CIS_FINE(H) 1
25:CIS_SFINE 3
26:CIS_SFINE(H) 1
27:CIS_UFINE 3
28:CIS_UFINE(H) 1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 46-46
SCANNER SHARPNESS LEVEL SETUP. INPUT VALUE 1-3, AND
PRESS START.
1:OC_NORMAL
3
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy magnification
ratio adjustment mode to be adjusted with 10-key. (Select one
of 3 - 7.)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio adjustment value with 10key.
4) Press [P] key or [START] key.
When the [START] key is pressed, copying is performed and
the adjustment value is set simultaneously.
The copy magnification ratio in the sub scan direction can be
adjusted by changing the scan speed (motor RPM).
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
The greater the value is, the greater the correction is. One step
corresponds to 0.1% adjustment.
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
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2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
48-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy magnification ratio (in the
main scanning and the sub scanning directions).
Optical (Image scanning)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Adjustment mode selection)
1) Select the number corresponding to the copy mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 7.)
2) Press [START] key.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray of the
selected paper with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 5.)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex mode.
∗ The copy magnification ratio can be set with the following
Item
Set range Default
TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
1-5
–
selection
COPY START
Copy START
–
–
(Default)
MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
25 - 400%
–
ratio
CCD (MAIN)
SCAN main scanning
0 - 99
50
magnification ratio
adjustment (CCD)
CCD (SUB)
SCAN sub scanning
magnification ratio
adjustment (CCD)
SPF (MAIN)
SPF front surface
magnification ratio
adjustment (Main
scan)
SPF (SUB)
SPF front surface
magnification ratio
adjustment (Sub
scan)
CIS (MAIN)
SPF back surface
magnification ratio
adjustment (CIS
main scan)
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
25 - 400%
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value, the adjustment value is set. When [START] key is
pressed instead, the adjustment value is set and copying is
performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 51
4) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-7, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
3.CCD(MAIN) 50 4.CCD(SUB) 50
5.SPF(MAIN) 50 6.SPF(SUB) 50 7.CIS(MAIN) 50
SIMULATION 48-5
MOTOR SPEED ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-5, AND PRESS START.
0.MIR(220) 50
1.MIR(169) 50
2.MIR(110) 50
3.MIR(55) 50
4.SPF(220) 50
5.SPF(110) 50
2
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
0
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Select other than 0 - 5, and
press [START] key.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
4.CCD(SUB)
SIMULATION 48-5
SCAN MOTOR SPEED ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
0.MIR(220)
50
Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
50
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
48-6
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
6.LCC
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
HSYNC cycle adjustment
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Adjustment mode selection)
1) Select the number corresponding to the HSYNC cycle to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3.)
2) Press [START] key.
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 48-1
MAGNIFICATION ADJUSTMENT.
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
100
Item
0
1
2
3
TRAY SELECT
COPY START
MAGNIFICATION
CIS
Paper feed tray selection
Copy START (Default)
Print magnification ratio
CIS HSYNC cycle
Set
range
–
–
25 - 400
40 - 60
Default
–
–
–
50
(HSYNC cycle adjustment)
1) Select the number corresponding to the HSYNC cycle to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3.)
48-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy magnification ratio in the
sub scanning direction.
Optical (Image scanning)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
When the sub scanning direction image magnification ratio adjustment with SIM 48-1 cannot provide a satisfactory result if a different magnification ration is set and a copy is made, perform this
simulation.
When there is an error in the copy magnification ratio in reduction
copy, change the adjustment value of the high speed mode. When
there is an error in the copy magnification ratio in enlargement
copy, change the adjustment value of the low speed mode.
1) Select the number corresponding to the adjustment mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The scanner/SPF motor rotation sped adjustment value is
entered.
0
1
2
3
4
5
MIR (220)
MIR (169)
MIR (110)
MIR (55)
SPF (220)
SPF (110)
Content
Mirror motor (220mm/sec)
Mirror motor (168.7mm/sec)
Mirror motor (110mm/sec)
Mirror motor (55mm/sec)
SPF motor (220mm/sec)
SPF motor (110mm/sec)
3) Enter the HSYNC cycle adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
When the [START] key is pressed, copying is performed and
the adjustment value is set simultaneously.
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray of the
selected paper with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 5.)
3) Enter the copy adjustment value with 10-key.
Item
2) Press [START] key.
Set
range
0 - 99
Default
50
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex mode.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 52
∗ The copy magnification ratio can be set with the following
2) Enter the file/folder number of firmware that tries to be
updated with 10-key, and press [START] key.
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
3) If selecting the file, "FIRMWARE UPDATE.. ARE YOU SURE
?" is displayed. ([1]: execute, [2]: get back)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
∗ If the operation is normally completed, "COMPLEATE" is
displayed. When the error occurs, "ERROR" is displayed.
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
25 - 400%
SIMULATION 49-1
SIMULATION 48-6
HSYNC CYCLE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-3, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
3.CIS 50
2
Select other than 0 - 2,
and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
FIRMWARE UPDATE.
SELECT FIRMUP FILE, AND PRESS START.
1. FILE1.sfu
2. FILE2.sfu
3. FILE3.sfu
.
.
19. >>NEXT Page
0
SIMULATION 48-6
HSYNC CYCLE ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3.CIS
50
50
Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
50-1
SIMULATION 48-6
HSYNC CYCLE ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Item
SIMULATION 48-6
HSYNC CYCLE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
1
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy image position and the
void area (image loss) adjustment on print paper
in the copy mode. (The similar adjustment can be
performed with SIM 50-5 and 50-2 (Simplified
method).) (Document table mode)
Picture quality
Image position
Operation/Procedure
(Lead edge image loss/void area adjustment)
1) Set the lead edge image loss adjustment value (LEAD EDGE)
and the paper lead edge void adjustment value (DENA) as follows.
(Standard set value) Lead edge image loss: 1.5mm (LEDA:
15)
Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
SIMULATION 48-6
HSYNC CYCLE ADJUSTMENT.
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
∗ Set LEAD to 15. (Enter 15 as the adjustment value of LEAD,
and press [P] key.) (0.1mm/step)
100
2) Make a copy at the normal ratio (100%) and check the lead
edge void area and the image loss. (Enter 100 as the set value
of the copy magnification ratio (MAGNIFICATION), and press
[START] key.)
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3) If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the following procedures.
49-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
∗ Set DENA to 35. (Enter 35 as the adjustment value of
DENA, and press [P] key.) (0.1mm/step)
∗ If the lead edge void are is not 3.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCB and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCB and
press [START] key.) (1msec/step)
Setting/update
Firmware updating
—
Operation/Procedure
1) Before proceeding to the SIM 49-1 screen, insert the USB
memory to the main unit.
∗ File and folder of the USB memory are displayed. (When the
foldername is longer than 34 characters, it is not completely
displayed.)
∗ If the USB memory is not inserted, "INSERT A USB MEMORY DEVICE CONTAINING MFP FIRMWARE, PLEASE
USE FAT (12/16) FORMAT" is displayed.
∗ Non compliant to FAT32. If it's inserted, "CAN NOT SUPPORT FAT32. PLEASE USE FAT (12/16) FORMAT" is displayed.
∗ If the lead edge image loss is not 1.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCA and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCA and
press [START] key.)
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.2mm/step)
(Rear edge void area adjustment)
Adjust so that the rear edge void area is 3.5mm. (Change the
adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE, and press [START] key.)
(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)
Set the adjustment value of SIDE to 20. (Enter 20 as the adjustment value of SIDE, and press [P] key.)
When the adjustment value is changed, the image position is
shifted in the front/rear frame direction.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 53
(Front/rear frame direction void area adjustment)
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-9, AND
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
(ADJUSTMENT DATA) 3.RRCA 50 4.RRCB 50
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING) 5.LEAD 15 6.SIDE
(VOID SETTING) 7.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 35
8.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB) 35
Adjust so that the total of the front/rear direction void areas is
7.0mm. (Change the adjustment values of FRONT/REAR, and
press [START] key.)
Front frame void area = 3.5mm
Rear frame void area = 3.5mm
If, as shown above, the front and the rear void areas are not even,
use SIM 50-5 to adjust the image off-center position.
Item
Set
range
1-5
Content
0 TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
ratio
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 RRCA
Document scan start
position
4 RRCB
Resist roller clutch ON
timing adjustment
value
10 SIDE2 ADJ.
Correction value for
RRCB when refereeing
from ADU
(Image loss set value)
5 LEAD
Lead edge image loss
set value
6 SIDE
Side image loss set
value
(Void set value)
7 LEAD_EDGE
Lead edge void set
(DENA)
value
8 TRAIL_EDGE
Rear edge void
(DENB)
adjustment value
9 FRONT/REAR
Front/Rear void
adjustment value
–
1 - 99
50
0 - 99
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
35
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT.
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the document scan position, the
image print position, and the void area (image
loss). (Simple adjustment) (This adjustment is the
simple method of SIM 50-1.) (Document table
mode)
Picture quality
Image position
Operation/Procedure
(Lead edge image loss/void area adjustment)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Set the RRGB value of SIM 50-1 to 80 - 99.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray of the
target paper with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
25 - 400 (%)
(Standard set value) Lead edge image loss: 1.5mm
Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
∗ Set the adjustment value of LEAD to 15. (Enter 15 as the
adjustment value of LEAD and press [P] key.
3) Set the adjustment value of L1 to 0. (Enter 0 as the adjustment
value of L1, and press [P] key.)
∗ To set the magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
Set range
2) Set the lead edge image loss adjustment value (LEAD EDG)
and the paper lead edge void adjustment value (DENA) to the
values specified below.
∗ Set the adjustment value of DENA to 35. (Enter 35 as the
adjustment value of DENA and press [P] key.)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
4) Press [START] key.
100
50-2
(Copy condition in this simulation)
1
2
3
4
5
1
32
NOTE: When [P] is pressed after entering an adjustment value,
the adjustment value is set. When [START] key is pressed
instead, the adjustment value is set and copying is performed.)
Normal display
ERROR display
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
15
20
0 - 99
50
Press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
50
9.FRONT/REAR 32
SIMULATION 50-1
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3.RRCA
–
–
0 - 99
2
10.SIDE2 ADJ. 50
20
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Default
–
25 400%
PRESS START.
4) Set the adjustment value of L2 to 0. (Enter 0 as the adjustment
value of L2, and press [P] key.)
5) Make a copy at 400%, and calculate the values of L1 and L2.
(Enter 100 as the set value (MAGNIFICATION) of the copy
magnification ratio, and press [START] key.) (Place a scale on
the document table and make a copy.)
L1 = Distance (mm) from the image lead edge position to the
scale position of 10mm x 10
L2 = Distance (mm) from the image lead edge position to the
paper lead edge x 10
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 54
6) Enter the above values as the set values of L1 and L2. (Enter
the adjustment values of L1 and L2, and press [P] key.)
If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the above procedures again from the beginning, or use SIM 50-1 to adjust.
NOTE: If a satisfactory result is not obtained with the above procedures, through the adjustment values are changed individually, the normal adjustment cannot be made.
(Copy condition in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
Perform procedures 3) to 6) continuously.
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray of the
target paper with 10-key.
(Rear edge void area adjustment)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
Adjust so that the rear edge void area is 3.5mm. (Change the
adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE, and press [START] key.)
(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)
Set the adjustment value of SIDE to 20. (Enter 20 as the adjustment value of SIDE, and press [P] key.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
When this adjustment value is changed, the image position is
shifted in the front/rear frame direction.
∗ To set the magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
(Front/rear frame direction void area adjustment)
2) Press [START] key.
Adjust so that the total of the front/rear direction void areas is
7.0mm. (Change the adjustment values of FRONT/REAR, and
press [START] key.)
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
Front frame void area = 3.5mm
Rear frame void area = 3.5mm
If, as shown above, the front and the rear void areas are not even,
use SIM 50-5 to adjust the image off-center position.
Item
Content
0 TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START
(Default)
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
ratio
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 L1
Distance from the
image lead edge to
the scale of 10mm.
(Platen 400%,
0.1mm increment)
4 L2
Distance from the
paper lead edge to
the image lead edge
(0.1mm increment)
(Image loss set value)
5 LEAD
Lead edge image
loss set value
6 SIDE
Side image loss set
value
(Void set value)
7 LEAD_EDGE
Lead edge void set
(DENA)
value
8 TRAIL_EDGE
(DENB)
9 FRONT/REAR
Rear edge void
adjustment value
Front/Rear void
adjustment value
Set
range
1-5
Default
–
–
–
25 400%
400
0 - 999
–
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
25 - 400 (%)
SIMULATION 50-2
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(CALC). SELECT 0-9, AND PRESS
START.
0. TRAY SELECT 1 1.COPY START
2. MAGNIFICATION 400
(ADJUSTMENT) 3.L1 320 4.L2 105
(IMAEG LOSS SETTING) 5.LEAD 15 6.SIDE 20
(VOID SETTING) 7.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 35
8.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB) 35 9.FRONT/REAR 32
2
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-2
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(CALC). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3.L1
320
–
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 50-2
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(CALC). NOW COPYING.
0 - 99
15
20
0 - 99
35
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-2
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(CALC). SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
1
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
32
NOTE: When [P] is pressed after entering an adjustment value,
the adjustment value is set. When [START] key is pressed
instead, the adjustment value is set and copying is performed.)
Normal display
ERROR display
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
SIMULATION 50-2
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(CALC).
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 55
100
(Table 1)
50-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print image position and the
void area (image loss) on print paper. (Adjustment
as the print engine) (This adjustment is reflected
on all the FAX/printer/copy modes.)
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Print image off-center position adjustment)
1) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 9 - 14.) (Table 1)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [P] key or [START] key. When [START] key is pressed,
the adjustment value is set and printing is performed. (Table 2)
Check the off-center of the self-print patter of print-out.
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.1mm/step)
The greater the adjustment value is, the more the print image is
shifted to the front.
(Lead edge void area adjustment)
1) Set the lead edge void adjustment value (DENA) as specified
below.
(Standard set value) Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
∗ Set the adjustment value of DENA to 35. Enter 35 as the
adjustment value of DENA, and press [P] key.
2) Check the lead edge void area on the self print pattern.
(Enter 1 and press [START] key.)
3) If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the following procedures.
∗ If the lead edge void area is not 3.5mm:
Change the adjustment value of RRCB and perform the
adjustment. (Change the adjustment value of RRCB and
press [START] key.)
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.1mm/step)
(Front/rear frame direction void area adjustment)
Adjust so that the total of the front/rear direction void areas is
7.0mm. (Change the adjustment values of FRONT/REAR, and
press [START] key.)
Front frame void area = 3.5mm
Rear frame void area = 3.5mm
(Paper resist adjustment)
1) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 4 - 8.) (Table 1)
0 TRAY SELECT Paper feed tray
selection
1 PRINT START Print start (Default)
(Lead edge adjustment value)
2 RRCB
Resist roller clutch
ON timing
adjustment value
3 SIDE2 ADJ.
Correction value for
RRCB when
refereeing from ADU
(Resist adjustment value)
4 T1
Tray 1 adjustment
5 T2
Tray 2 adjustment
6 DESK
Tray 4 adjustment
7 BPT
Manual feed tray
adjustment
8 ADU
Adjustment when
paper is fed again
from ADU
(Off-center set value) Self print
9 T1
Tray 1 adjustment
10 T2
Tray 2 adjustment
11 T3
Tray 3 adjustment
12 T4
Tray 4 adjustment
13 BPT
Manual feed tray
adjustment
14 ADU
Adjustment when
paper is fed again
from ADU
(Void set value)
15 LEAD_EDGE
Lead edge void set
(DENA)
value
16 TRAIL_EDGE Rear edge void
(DENB)
adjustment value
17 FRONT/REAR Front/Rear void
adjustment value
–
–
0 - 99
50
50
0 - 99
If the relative positions of paper and print images vary or a paper
jam occurs, change the adjustment value.
(Print condition setting in this simulation)
60
50
50
55
55
50
0 - 99
50
0 - 99
35
32
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
(Table 3)
4) Press [P] key or [START] key. When [START] key is pressed,
the adjustment value is set and printing is performed. (Table 2)
65
55
55
60
(Table 2)
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
1-5
Default
MX- MXM350 M450
–
Set
range
Item
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 5.) (Table 3)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex print mode.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
[START] key is pressed instead, the adjustment value is set
and copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 56
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
(Rear edge image loss adjustment)
SIMULATION 50-5
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-17, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
LEAD EDGE: 2.RRCB 50
3.SIDE2 ADJ. 50
RESIST: 4.T1 60 5.T2 50 6.DESK 50
7.BPT 55 8.ADU 50
OFF CENTER: 9.T1
50 10.T2 50 11.T3 50 12.T4 50
13.BPT 50 14.ADU 50
1) Use the SPF at 100% to make a duplex copy, and check that
the rear edge image loss is 1.5mm on the front and the back
surfaces. (Select the duplex mode in the paper selection mode
of SIM 50-6.) (Enter 100 as the copy magnification ratio set
value (MAGNIFICATION), and press [START] key.)
(VOID SETTING) 15.LEAD_EDGE(DENA) 35
16.TRAIL_EDGE(DENB) 35
2) Change the adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE. Change the
adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE, and press [START] key.
2
17.FRONT/REAR 32
Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is
obtained.
Select other than 0 - 1, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-5
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
2.RRCB
50
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)
Set the adjustment value of the front surface and the back surface
(FRONT/REAR) to 20. (Enter 20 as the adjustment value of
FRONT/REAR, and press [P] key.)
When the adjustment value is changed, the image position is
shifted in the front/rear frame direction.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value, the adjustment value is set. When [START] key is
pressed instead, the adjustment value is set and copying is
performed. (Table 2)
SIMULATION 50-5
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. NOW PRINTING.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
If the adjustment value is not satisfactory, perform the following
procedure.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-5
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
1
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key. (Table 3)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
50-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy image position and void
area (image loss) on print paper in the copy mode.
(The similar adjustment can be performed with
SIM 50-7 (simple method).) (SPF mode)
Picture quality
∗ To set the copy magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
25 - 200 (%)
Operation/Procedure
(Table 1)
(Lead edge image loss adjustment) (Table 1)
1) Set the front and back surface image loss adjustment values
(LEAD EDGE) as specified below:
Item
(Standard set value) Lead edge image loss: 1.5mm (LEAD:
1.5)Paper lead edge: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
0
∗ Set the adjustment value of LEAD to 15. (Enter 15 as the
adjustment value of LEAD EDGE, and press [P] key.)
1
2
2) Make a duplex copy at 100% with the SPF, and check that the
lead edge (image loss) is 1.5mm either on the front surface
and the back surface. (Select the duplex mode in the paper
selection mode of SIM 50-6.) (Table 3) (Enter 100 as the copy
magnification ratio set value (MAGNIFICATION), and press
[START] key.)
If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the following
procedures:
3) Change the adjustment values of SIDE1 and SIDE2, and perform the adjustment. (Change the adjustment values of SIDE1
and SIDE2, and press [START] key.)
SIDE1: SPF front surface document lead edge scan position
adjustment value
SIDE2: SPF back surface document lead edge scan position
adjustment value
TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
selection
COPY START
Copy START (Default)
MAGNIFICATION Print magnification ratio
(Lead edge adjustment value)
3 SIDE1
Front surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
4 SIDE2
Back surface document
scan start position
adjustment value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 1)
5 LEAD_EDGE
Front surface lead edge
image loss set value
6 FRONT_REAR
Front surface side edge
image loss set value
7 TRAIL_EDGE
Front surface rear edge
image loss set value
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 0.1mm/step)
(The image scan start timing is determined with the detection
timing of the document lead edge by the detector SPPD.)
Repeat procedures 2) and 3) until a satisfactory result is obtained.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 57
Set
Default
range
1-5
–
–
25 200%
–
–
0 - 99
50
0 - 99
15
20
0 - 20
0
Set
Default
range
Item
(Image loss set value: SIDE 2)
8 LEAD_EDGE
Back surface lead edge
image loss set value
9 FRONT/REAR
Back surface side edge
image loss set value
10 TRAIL_EDGE
Back surface rear edge
image loss set value
0 - 99
15
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
Item
0 - 20
0
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
(Standard set value) Lead edge image loss: 1.5mm (LEAD:
1.5)Paper lead edge void: 3.5mm (DENA: 35)
∗ Set the adjustment value of LEAD to 15. (Enter 15 as the
adjustment value of LEAD EDGE, and press [P] key.)
2) Set the adjustment value of L4 to 0. (Enter 0 as the adjustment
value of L4, and press [P] key.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
3) Set the adjustment value of L5 to 0. (Enter 0 as the adjustment
value of L5, and press [P] key.
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF). SELECT 0-10, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
2
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)3.SIDE1 50 4.SIDE2 50
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING)
SIDE1: 5.LEAD_EDGE 15 6.FRONT/REAR 20 7.TRAIL_EDGE 0
SIDE2: 8.LEAD_EDGE 15 9.FRONT/REAR 20 10.TRAIL_EDGE 0
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF). INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
3.SIDE1
50
Press [START] key.
5) Enter the above values as the set values of L4 and L5. (Enter
the adjustment values of L4 and L5, and press [P] key.)
(The image scan start timing is determined with the detection
timing of the document lead edge by the detector SPPD.)
If the adjustment result is not satisfactory, perform the above procedures again or adjust with SIM 50-1.
NOTE: If the adjustment result of the above procedures is not satisfactory, though the adjustment value is changed individually, the adjustment cannot be completed normally.
Repeat procedures 2) - 6) until a satisfactory result is obtained.
(Rear edge image loss adjustment)
Set the adjustment value of SIDE to 20. (Enter 20 as the adjustment value of SIDE, and press [P] key.)
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF). SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF).
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-200(%)
L4 = Distance (mm) from the image lead edge position to the
scale of 10mm x 10
L5 = Distance (mm) from the image lead edge position to the
paper lead edge x 10
(Front/rear frame direction image loss adjustment)
SIMULATION 50-6
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF). NOW COPYING.
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
4) Make a copy at 200% with the SPF, and calculate the values of
L4 and L5. (Enter 200 as the set value of the copy magnification ratio set value (MAGNIFICATION) and press [START]
key.)
Adjust so that the rear edge image loss is 3.5mm. (Change the
adjustment value of TRAIL EDGE, and press [START] key.)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Set the front and back surface image loss adjustment values
(LEAD EDGE) as specified below:
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
When the total of the above set value and 10 is entered, the mode
is changed to the duplex mode (DD), and a duplex copy is made.
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the copy image position and void
area (image loss) on print paper in the copy mode.
(The similar adjustment can be performed with
SIM 50-6.) (SPF mode)
Picture quality
(Lead edge image loss adjustment)
(Table 3)
1
2
3
4
5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
20
(Table 2)
Normal display
ERROR display
50-7
1
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
When the adjustment value is changed, the image position is
shifted in the front/rear frame direction.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value, the adjustment value is set. When [START] key is
pressed instead, the adjustment value is set and copying is
performed. (Table 2)
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key. (Table 3)
100
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
∗ To set the copy magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 58
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
SIMULATION 50-7
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF CALC.). SELECT 0-10, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 200
25 - 200 (%)
(Table 1)
Set
range
1-5
Item
0
TRAY SELECT
Paper feed tray
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
–
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
25 ratio
200%
(Lead edge adjustment value)
0 - 999
3 L4
Distance from the
front surface image
lead edge to the scale
of 10mm (SPF: 200%)
4 L5
Distance from the
back surface image
lead edge to the scale
of 10mm (SPF: 200%)
(Image loss set value: SIDE 1)
5 LEAD_EDGE
Front surface lead
0 - 99
edge image loss set
value
6 FRONT_REAR
Front surface side
edge image loss set
value
0 - 20
7 TRAIL_EDGE
Front surface rear
edge image loss set
value
(Image loss set value: SIDE 2)
0 - 99
8 LEAD_EDGE
Back surface lead
edge image loss set
value
9 FRONT/REAR
Back surface side
edge image loss set
value
10 TRAIL_EDGE
Back surface rear
0 - 20
edge image loss set
value
2
Default
(ADJUSTMENT DATA) 3.L4 160 4.L5 160
–
–
–
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
SIMULATION 50-7
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF CALC.). INPUT VALUE 0-999, AND
PRESS START.
3.L4
50
–
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 50-7
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF CALC.). NOW COPYING.
15
Select 0, and press [START] key.
20
15
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-7
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF CALC.). SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
1
0
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-7
LEAD EDGE ADJUSTMENT(SPF CALC.).
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-200(%)
20
0
100
50-10
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
(Table 3)
1
2
3
4
5
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
–
(Table 2)
Normal display
ERROR display
(IMAGE LOSS SETTING)
SIDE1: 5.LEAD_EDGE 15 6.FRONT/REAR 20 7.TRAIL_EDGE 0
SIDE2: 8.LEAD_EDGE 15 9.FRONT/REAR 20 10.TRAIL_EDGE 0
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the print image off-center position.
(Adjusted separately for each paper feed section.)
Picture quality
Image position
Operation/Procedure
(Print image off-center position adjustment)
NOTE: This simulation cannot provide an accurate adjustment. Do
not use.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
1) Enter the number corresponding to the number of the paper
feed tray to be adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 8.)
When the total of the above set value and 10 is entered, the mode
is changed to the duplex mode (DD), and a duplex copy is made.
Item
Set range Default
Paper feed tray
1-5
–
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START (Default)
–
–
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
25 - 400% 100
ratio
(Off-center adjustment value)
3 TRAY1
Tray 1 adjustment
0 - 99
50
4 TRAY2
Tray 2 adjustment
5 TRAY3
Tray 3 adjustment
6 TRAY4
Tray 4 adjustment
7 BPT
Manual feed tray
adjustment
8 ADU
Adjustment when
paper is fed again from
ADU
0 TRAY SELECT
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 59
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
SIMULATION 50-10
PRINT OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
4) Press [P] key or [START] key. When [START] key is pressed,
the adjustment value set and copying is performed.
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
2
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
3.TRAY1 50 4.TRAY2 50 5.TRAY3 50
6.TRAY4 50 7.BPT
50 8.ADU
50
Select other than 0 - 2, and
press [START] key.
(Image off-center adjustment)
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. The adjustment pattern is printed.
3) Check the off-center of the printed image.
(UNIT: 0.1mm/step When the adjustment value is increased,
the print image is shifted to the front direction.)
NOTE: This adjustment can be performed with SIM 50-5.
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-10
PRINT OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
3.TRAY1
50
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 50-10
PRINT OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 5)
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
SIMULATION 50-10
PRINT OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
1
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex print mode.
∗ To set the copy magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
50-12
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the scan image off-center position.
(Adjusted separately for each scan mode.)
Picture quality
Image position
Operation/Procedure
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
(Select the scan mode to be adjusted.)
25 - 400 (%)
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
[START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the scan mode to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 3 - 5.)
Item
Paper feed tray
selection
1 COPY START
Copy START
(Default)
2 MAGNIFICATION Print magnification
ratio
(Resist adjustment value)
3 PLATEN
OC mode
adjustment
4 SPF SIDE1
SPF front surface
adjustment
5 SPF SIDE2
SPF back surface
adjustment
0 TRAY SELECT
2) Press [START] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 60
Set range
1-5
Default
–
–
–
25 - 400%
100
0 - 99
50
(Scan off-center position adjustment)
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-5, AND PRESS
START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1
1.COPY START
2.MAGNIFICATION 100
1) Enter the scan image position adjustment value with 10-key.
2) Press [P] key or [START] key.
When [START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
Normal display
ERROR display
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
2
(ADJUSTMENT DATA)
3.PLATEN 50 4.SPF SIDE1 50 5.SPF SIDE2 50
NOW COPYING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
Select other than 0 - 2, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Check the off-center of the printed image.
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND
PRESS START.
3.PLATEN
Repeat the above procedures until a satisfactory result is
obtained.
50
(UNIT: 0.1mm/step When the adjustment value is increased, the
print image is shifted to the front direction.)
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. NOW COPYING.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key. (Select one of 1 - 6)
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS
START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
Press [START] key or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Select 0, and press [START] key.
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
1
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex print mode.
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
∗ To set the copy magnification ratio, perform the following procedure.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 50-12
ORIGINAL OFF-CENTER ADJUSTMENT.
(MAGNIFICATION)
INPUT 25-400(%)
1) Enter 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
100
3) Enter the copy magnification ratio with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
Set range
50-27
25 - 400 (%)
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
[START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the image loss of the scan image in
the FAX/scan mode.
Picture quality
Operation/Procedure
(Select the scan mode to be adjusted.)
1) Enter the number corresponding to the adjustment item with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
(Shift for the adjustment value change: 1.0mm/step)
Item
Set range
Default
FAX send
1
OC (LEAD_EDGE)
OC lead edge
2
OC (FRONT/REAR)
OC side
3
OC (TRAIL_EDGE)
OC rear edge
4
SPF (LEAD_EDGE)
SPF lead edge
5
SPF (FRONT/REAR) SPF side
6
SPF (TRAIL_EDGE) SPF rear edge
7
CIS (LEAD_EDGE)
8
CIS (FRONT/REAR) CIS side
9
CIS (TRAIL_EDGE)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 61
CIS lead edge
CIS rear edge
0 - 10
3
(Unit 1mm) (3mm)
Item
Set range
Default
Scanner mode
10 OC (LEAD_EDGE)
OC lead edge
11 OC (FRONT/REAR)
OC side
12 OC (TRAIL_EDGE)
OC rear edge
13 SPF (LEAD_EDGE)
SPF lead edge
0 - 10
0
(Unit 1mm) (0mm)
1 PRINT START
2 TRAY1
14 SPF (FRONT/REAR) SPF side
15 SPF (TRAIL_EDGE) SPF rear edge
16 CIS (LEAD_EDGE)
3 TRAY2
CIS lead edge
17 CIS (FRONT/REAR) CIS side
18 CIS (TRAIL_EDGE)
0 TRAY SELECT
4 DESK
CIS rear edge
5 BPT
SIMULATION 50-27
ORIGINAL IMAGE LOSS SETTING(FAX/SCN). SELECT 1-18, AND
PRESS START.
[FAX]
1.OC(LEAD_EDGE) 3 2.OC(FRONT/REAR) 3 3.OC(TRAIL_EDGE) 3
4.SPF(LEAD_EDGE) 3 5.SPF(FRONT/REAR) 3 6.SPF(TRAIL_EDGE) 3
7.CIS(LEAD_EDGE) 3 8.CIS(FRONT/REAR) 3 9.CIS(TRAIL_EDGE) 3
[SCN]
10.OC(LEAD_EDGE) 0 11.OC(FRONT/REAR) 0 12.OC(TRAIL_EDGE) 0
13.SPF(LEAD_EDGE) 0 14.SPF(FRONT/REAR) 0 15.SPF(TRAIL_EDGE) 0
16.CIS(LEAD_EDGE) 0 17.CIS(FRONT/REAR) 0 18.CIS(TRAIL_EDGE) 0
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
6 ADU
7 SPF (HIGH)
8 SPF (LOW)
1-5
Default
MXMXM350 M450
–
–
–
Set
range
Item
Paper feed tray
selection
Copy start (Initial
value)
Tray 1 resist
adjustment value
Tray 2 resist
adjustment value
Desk resist
adjustment value
Manual tray resist
adjustment value
ADU resist
adjustment value
SPF resist
adjustment value
(High speed)
SPF resist
adjustment value
(Low speed)
0 - 99
65
60
55
50
55
50
60
55
55
50
60
60
75
75
2) Press [START] key.
(Resist adjustment)
1) Enter the resist adjustment value with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 50-27
ORIGINAL IMAGE LOSS SETTING(FAX/SCN). INPUT 0-10, AND
PRESS START.
1.OC(LEAD_EDGE)
3
Door open
Jam
Paper empty
NOW PRINTING.
DOOR OPEN.
JAM
PAPER EMPTY.
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
51-2
Section
Item
Normal display
ERROR display
(Copy condition setting in this simulation)
51
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
When [START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
paper feed and copying are performed.
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
Adjustment
Used to adjust the contact pressure of paper on
the resist roller of each section (each paper feed,
duplex feed and SPF paper feed of the copier).
(This adjustment is required when the print image
position variations are considerably great or when
paper jams occur frequently.)
Paper transport (Discharge/Switchback/Transport)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
(Select the scan mode to be adjusted.)
1) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
adjusted with 10-key. (Select one of 2 - 12.)
2) Press [START] key. (The mode is changed to the paper feed
tray selection mode.)
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray to be
used with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
1
2
3
4
5
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
BPT
TRAY1
TRAY2
TRAY3
TRAY4
Manual feed
When the total of the above set value (1 - 5) and 10 is entered, the
mode is changed to the duplex print mode.
NOTE: When [P] key is pressed after entering the adjustment
value in this simulation, the adjustment value is set. When
[START] key is pressed, the adjustment value is set and
copying is performed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 62
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1.MAX.POSITION
2.POSITION 1
3.POSITION 2
4.MIN.POSITION
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 0-8, AND PRESS START.
0.TRAY SELECT 1 1.PRINT START
2.TRAY1 60
3.TRAY2 50 4.DESK 50
5.BPT
55
6.ADU
50
7.SPF(HIGH) 60 8.SPF(LOW) 75
1
Select other than 0 - 1, and
press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 0-99, AND PRESS
START.
2.TRAY1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MAX.POSITION ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
60
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Select 1,
and press
[START] key.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key,
or terminate copying.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 1 ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. NOW PRINTING.
Select 3, and press [START] key.
Select 0, and
press [START] key.
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 51-2
RESIST TIMING ADJUSTMENT. SELECT 1-15, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4
5.BPT
(ABOVE+10: DUPLEX MODE)
53
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
POSITION 2 ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
Select 4, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-6
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT.
MIN.POSITION ... COMPLETE (or “ERROR”)
1
53-7
Purpose
53-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
1
Adjustment
Used to adjust the DSPF width detection level.
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to enter the SPF width detection adjustment
value.
DSPF
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Operation
1) Enter the number corresponding to the set item with 10-key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Set the SPF paper feed guide to the max. position.
2) Select "MAX. POSITION" with 10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
The max. width detection level is recognized.
4) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
2
3
4
Item
Set range Default
MAX. POSITION Max. width
0 - 1023
66
POSITION 1
Adjustment position 1
456
POSITION 2
Adjustment position 2
713
MIN. POSITION Min. width
791
5) Set the SPF paper feed guide to A4R size position.
2) Press [START] key.
6) Select POSITION 1 with 10-key.
3) Enter the set value with 10key.
7) Press [START] key.
4) Press [START] key.
The A4R width detection level is recognized.
8) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
9) Set the SPF paper feed guide to A5R size position.
10) Select POSITION 2 with 10-key.
SIMULATION 53-7
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT(MANUAL). SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS
START.
1.MAX.POSITION:
66
2.POSITION 1 : 456
3.POSITION 2 : 713
4.MIN.POSITION: 791
1
11) Press [START] key.
The A5R width detection level is recognized.
12) Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
13) Set the SPF paper feed guide to the min. position.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
14) Select "MIN. POSITION" with 10-key.
15) Press [START] key.
The min. width detection level is recognized.
If the above procedures are not completed normally, ERROR is
displayed. When completed normally, COMPLETE is displayed.
SIMULATION 53-7
SPF TRAY ADJUSTMENT(MANUAL). INPUT VALUE 0-1023, AND
PRESS START.
1.MAX.POSITION
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 63
66
53-8
55
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Adjustment
Used to adjust the document scan start position.
(Used to adjust the scanner scan position in the
SPF mode front scan.)
Operation/Procedure
(Automatic adjustment)
1) Select 1 or 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
Setting
Used to set the specifications of the engine control
operations. (PCU PWB)
Operation
Specifications
This simulation is used to change and check the engine soft SW.
Set this setting to the default.
1) Enter the adjustment value with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
There is no need to change this setting in the market.
When an adjustment error occurs, the trouble code (E7-17) is displayed simultaneously with “COMPLETED.”
Item
AUTO
MANUAL
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation/Procedure
(Manual feed adjustment)
1
2
55-1
Automatic adjustment
Manual feed adjustment
(Direct entry of a number)
Set
range
–
1 - 70
(1 count:
0.1mm)
Default
SIMULATION 55-1
ENGINNE SOFT SW. SETTING. SELECT 1-16, AND PRESS START.
–
32
1
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 53-8
SPF SCANNING POSITION ADJUSTMENT. PRESS START.
1.AUTO
2.MANUAL. 32
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 55-1
ENGINNE SOFT SW. SETTING. INPUT DATA No(1-8), AND PRESS
START.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SOFT SW-1:
00001001
Select 2, and
press [START] key.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
Press
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
55-2
SIMULATION 53-8
SPF SCANNING POSITION ADJUSTMENT EXECUTING....
1. AUTO
1
Normal completion
Trouble occurrence
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the specifications of the scanner
control operations. (Scanner control PWB)
Operation
Specifications
Operation/Procedure
<Normal completion>
SIMULATION 53-8
SPF SCANNING POSITION ADJUSTMENT COMPLETED.
1. AUTO
This simulation is used to change and check the scanner soft SW.
Set this setting to the default.
There is no need to change this setting in the market.
1
SIMULATION 55-2
SCANNER SOFT SW. SETTING. SELECT 1-16, AND PRESS START.
<Trouble occurrence>
1
SIMULATION 53-8
TROUBLE !!
(E7-17)
SPF SCANNING POSITION ADJUSTMENT COMPLETED.
1. AUTO
1
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 53-8
SPF SCANNING POSITION ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 1-70, AND
PRESS START.
2. MANUAL
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 55-2
SCANNER SOFT SW. SETTING. INPUT DATA No(1-8), AND PRESS
START.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SOFT SW-1:
32
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 64
00001001
3) The confirmation menu is opened to confirm YES/NO of data
transfer. Select one.
55-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the specifications of the controller
operations. (MFP control PWB)
1
2
YES
NO
Data transfer is executed.
Data transfer is not executed.
4) Press [START] key.
Operation
Specifications
Operation/Procedure
This simulation is used to change and check the controller soft
SW. Set this setting to the default.
There is no need to change this setting in the market.
After completion of transfer, the transfer result is displayed.
If there is no error, the machine is automatically reset after completion of data transfer.
If there is an error, "NG" is displayed. (The machine is not reset.)
When restoring from HDD, fit the configurations of the Flash ROM
and the optional Flash ROM at back-up.
SIMULATION 55-3
MFP SOFT SW. SETTING. SELECT 1-16, AND PRESS START.
SIMULATION 56-1
DATA COPY. SELECT 1-7, AND PRESS START.
1.ALL(EEPROM,SRAM,FlashROM) → HDD
2.HDD → ALL(EEPROM,SRAM,FlashROM)
3.EEPROM → HDD
4.HDD → EEPROM
5.SRAM(+FAX Memory,+Option Memory) → HDD
6.HDD → SRAM(+FAX Memory,+Option Memory)
7.FontROM → HDD
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 55-3
MFP SOFT SW. SETTING. INPUT DATA No(1-8), AND PRESS
START.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SOFT SW-1:
Press [START] key.
00001001
1
Select 1 and press [START] key.
56-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 56-1
EEPROM → HDD DATA COPY.
ARE YOU SURE?.
1. YES
2. NO
56
1
Data transfer
Used to transfer the MFP controller data. (Used to
repair the PWB.)
MFP controller
Data transfer
SIMULATION 56-1
EEPROM → HDD DATA COPY.
COMPLETE (or NG)
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the data transfer mode
with 10-key.
1
ALL (EEPROM, SRAM,
FlashROM) → HDD
2
HDD → ALL
(EEPROM, SRAM,
FlashROM)
EEPROM → HDD
HDD → EEPROM
SRAM (+ FAX Memory,
+ Option Memory) →
HDD
3
4
5
6
7
*:
HDD → SRAM (+ FAX
Memory, + Option →
Memory)
FontROM → HDD
All the contents of memory are
transferred to HDD. (Similar to
execution of items 3 and 5.)
The HDD contents are transferred
to all the memories. (Similar to
execution of items 4 and 6.)
Transfer from EEPROM to HDD
Transfer from HDD to EEPROM
Transfer from SRAM to HDD.
When, however, the FAX memory
or an option memory (for FAX
memory) * is installed, the
contents of the Fax memory are
also transferred to HDD.
Transfer from HDD to SRAM.
When, however, the FAX memory
or an option memory (for FAX
memory) * is installed, the
contents HDD are transferred to
the FAX memory as well as the
SRAM.
Transfer from the font ROM to
HDD
60
60-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the MFP control (DRAM)
operations (read/write).
ICU
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the memory to be checked
with 10-key.
1
2
MFP DRAM
ASIC DRAM
ERDH image memory
ASIC image memory
2) Press [START] key.
The memory read/write operation is started.
After starting the operation, "NOW CHECKING" is displayed during checking. When read/write is normally completed, "OK" is displayed. If an error occurs, "NG" is displayed.
When Flash ROM or OP_Flash ROM is not installed, transfer
is not made.
2) Press [START] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 65
61-2
SIMULATION 60-1
DRAM TEST. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
1. MFP DRAM
2. ASIC DRAM
Press [START] key.
1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the copy mode.
Scanner (write) unit (LSU)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1) Select the number corresponding to the adjustment mode with
10-key.
SIMULATION 60-1
DRAM TEST. ···NOW CHECKING
1. MFP DRAM
Item
1 AE
Check completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 60-1
DRAM TEST. ···OK (or NG)
1. MFP DRAM
Auto exposure
mode
2 CHARA. Text mode
3 MIX
Text/Photo mode
4 PHOTO Photo mode
Default
Set
range MX-M350 MX-M450
67 - 150
76
93
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Enter [START] key.
NOTE: Be sure to set the default value. If not, a trouble may occur
in the LSU.
61
SIMULATION 61-2
LASER POWER SETTING(COPY). SELECT 1-4, AND PRESS START.
1.AE
93
2.CHARA. 93
3.MIX 93
4.PHOTO
93
61-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the scanner (write)
unit (LSU).
Scanner (write) unit (LSU)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Used to check if the LSU delivers output of the sync signal
(HSYNC/) or not.
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 61-2
LASER POWER SETTING(COPY). INPUT VALUE 67-150, AND PRESS
START.
1.AE
93
"NOW CHECKING" is displayed during checking. When the test is
normally completed, "OK" is displayed. If an error occurs, "NG" is
displayed.
61-3
SIMULATION 61-1
LSU TEST. PRESS START.
1. LSU
Press [START] key.
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 61-1
LSU TEST. ···NOW CHECKING
1. LSU
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the FAX mode.
Scanner (write) unit (LSU)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the adjustment mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
Set range
Default
Check completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
67 - 150
76 (MX-M350)
93 (MX-M450)
4) Enter [START] key.
SIMULATION 61-1
LSU TEST. ···OK (or NG)
1. LSU
NOTE: Be sure to set the default value. If not, a trouble may occur
in the LSU.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 66
SIMULATION 61-3
LASER POWER SETTING(FAX). PRESS START.
1.FAX 93
SIMULATION 62-1
HDD FORMAT.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
1
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 61-3
LASER POWER SETTING(FAX). INPUT VALUE 67-150, AND PRESS
START.
1.FAX
SIMULATION 62-1
HDD FORMAT. EXECUTING···.
93
Completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 62-1
HDD FORMAT. OK. (or NG)
61-4
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the laser power (absolute value) in
the printer mode.
Scanner (write) unit (LSU)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the adjustment mode with
10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
Set range
Default
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the hard disk (read/
write). (Only in the model with a disk installed)
(Partial check)
MFP controller (HDD)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
67-150
76 (MX-M350)
93 (MX-M450)
1) Select YES/NO of hard disk read/write check.
1
2
4) Enter [START] key.
NOTE: Be sure to set the default value. If not, a trouble may occur
in the LSU.
SIMULATION 61-4
LASER POWER SETTING(PRINTER). PRESS START.
1.PRINTER 93
1
Press [START] key.
62-2
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
During testing, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When test is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
SIMULATION 62-2
HDD R/W TEST.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 61-4
LASER POWER SETTING(PRINTER). INPUT VALUE 67-150, AND
PRESS START.
1.PRINTER
93
SIMULATION 62-2
HDD R/W TEST. EXECUTING···.
Completion
SIMULATION 62-2
HDD R/W TEST. OK. (or NG)
62
62-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data clear
Used to format the hard disk.
(Only in the model with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of hard disk format.
1
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
During formatting, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When formatting is
completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 67
62-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
SIMULATION 62-6
SMART OFFLINE TEST.
1. SHORT SELF-TEST
2. EXTENDED SELF-TEST
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the hard disk (read/
write). (Only in the model with a disk installed)
(All areas check)
MFP controller (HDD)
Operation
1
Press [START] key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of hard disk read/write check.
1
2
YES
NO
SIMULATION 62-6
*. EXECUTING···.
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
During testing, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When test is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
SIMULATION 62-3
HDD R/W TEST(ALL).
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 62-6
*. COMPLETE.. (result: 0)
1
* = SHORT SELF-TEST, EXTENDED SELF-TEST
62-7
Press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SIMULATION 62-3
HDD R/W TEST(ALL). EXECUTING···.
Completion
Completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the hard disk.
(The result of the self diag operation of the
SMART function is printed out.) (Only in the model
with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
SIMULATION 62-3
HDD R/W TEST(ALL). OK. (or NG)
0
1
TRAY SELECT
PRINT START
Tray select auto only (Selection inhibited)
Print start
2) Press [START] key.
62-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operations of the hard disk.
(The self diag operation of the SMART function is
executed.) (Only in the model with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
The result of the hard disk operation check (the self diag operation
of the SMART function) is printed out.
SIMULATION 62-7
SMART ERROR LOG PRINT OUT. SELECT SETTING, AND PRESS
START.
0. TRAY SELECT :AUTO ONLY
1. PRINT START
1
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the self diag check mode.
1
2
SHORT SELF-TEST
EXTENDED SELF-TEST
Partial test
All areas test
2) Press [START] key.
During the self diag operation, "EXECUTING" is displayed.
If the self diag is completed normally, "0" is displayed. If not, any
value but 0 is displayed.
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or [START] key.
SIMULATION 62-7
SMART ERROR LOG PRINT OUT. EXECUTING···
0. TRAY SELECT :1
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 68
0
62-8
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data clear
Used to format the hard disk (the system area
excluded). (Only in the model with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
NOTE: When executed, this function also deletes the complete
queues of E-MAIL, FAX and Internet FAX, reservation data
associated with the image send function, bulletin board
data, and confidential data.
SIMULATION 62-10
JOB COMPLETE DATA CLEAR. (WITH JOB LOG DATA)
ARE YOU SURE?
1.YES
2.NO
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of hard disk (the system area excluded) format.
1
2
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
1
Press [START] key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 62-10
JOB COMPLETE DATA CLEAR. (WITH JOB LOG DATA)
EXECUTING···.
During formatting, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When formatting is
completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
SIMULATION 62-8
HDD FORMAT (EXCEPT SYSTEM AREA).
ARE YOU SURE?
1.YES
2.NO
Completion
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 62-10
JOB COMPLETE DATA CLEAR. (WITH JOB LOG DATA)
OK. (or NG)
Press [START] key.
62-11
SIMULATION 62-8
HDD FORMAT (EXCEPT SYSTEM AREA). EXECUTING···.
Completion
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 62-8
HDD FORMAT (EXCEPT SYSTEM AREA)..
Section
Item
OK. (or NG)
Data clear
Used to delete document filing data. (The
management area (standard folder, user folder) is
cleared.) (Only in the model with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of deleting the document filing data.
1
2
62-9
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data clear
Used to format the hard disk (the system area).
(Only in the model with a disk installed)
MFP controller (HDD)
Clear
Operation/Procedure
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
During formatting, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When formatting is
completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
NOTE: When executed, this function internally executes the same
function as SIM66-10;deleting reservation data, bulletin
board data, and confidential data.
1) Select YES/NO of hard disk (the system area) format.
1
2
YES
NO
SIMULATION 62-11
DOCUMENT FILING DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
62-10
Press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Data clear
Used to delete a job complete list (also to delete
job log data) (Only in the model with a disk
installed)
Section
MFP controller (HDD)
Item
Clear
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of deleting the job complete list.
1
2
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
SIMULATION 62-11
DOCUMENT FILING DATA CLEAR. EXECUTING···.
Completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 62-11
DOCUMENT FILING DATA CLEAR.
OK. (or NG)
2) Press [START] key.
During formatting, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When formatting is
completed normally, "OK" is displayed. If not, "NG" is displayed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 69
1
63
SIMULATION 63-2
SHADING EXECUTION. SELECT1-2, AND PRESS START.
1. OC SHADING
2. DSPF SHADING
63-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the result of shading correction.
(The shading correction data are displayed.)
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
1
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 63-2
SHADING EXECUTING···.
1. OC SHADING
Operation/Procedure
CCD data
Values
Description
ODD GAIN
Od pixel gain adjustment value
EVEN GAIN
Even pixel gain adjustment value
MAX
All pixel MAX
MIN
All pixel MIN
AVE
All pixel average
OFFSET
All offset
CIS data : Only when DSPF installed
Values
Description
GAIN
Gain adjustment value
MAX
Pixel MAX
MIN
Pixel MIN
AVE
Pixel average
OFFSET
Black offset
DEV
Standard deviation
Completion
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 63-2
SHADING COMPLETED.
1. OC SHADING
1
63-7
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the white plate scan start position
for shading. (Document table mode)
Laser (Exposure)
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
SIMULATION 63-1
SHADING DATA DISPLAY.
(CCD)
ODD GAIN: 128
EVEN GAIN: 128 OFFSET: 126
MIN.:
128 AVE.:
128
(CIS)
GAIN: 128
MIN.: 128
OFFSET: 128
AVE.:
128
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
MAX.: 128
MAX.: 128
DEV.: 128
1
Adjustment
Used to execute shading.
Press [START] key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the shading mode to be
executed.
OC SHADING
2
DSPF SHADING
Set range
1 - 16
Default
6
1
Optical (Image scanning)
Operation
1
Item
CCD scan
CCD
SIMULATION 63-7
SHADING POSITION ADJUSTMENT. PRESS START.
1. CCD
6
63-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
When a shading error occurs, this adjustment value is
changed.
OC analog level correction and shading
correction (Document table mode)
DSPF analog level correction and
shading correction
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 63-7
SHADING POSITION ADJUSTMENT. INPUT VALUE 1-16, AND
PRESS START.
1. CCD
2) Press [START] key.
During execution, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When execution is
completed normally, "COMPLETED" is displayed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 70
6
5
64
64-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the printer section
(self-print operation), (The print pattern, the paper
feed mode, the print mode, the print quantity, and
the density can be optionally set.)
Operation
6
Operation/Procedure
7
(Various print patterns output) (Table 1)
1) Select PRINT PATTERN with 10-key.
2) Enter the number corresponding to the print pattern to be
printed with 10-key.
4) Select PRINT START with 10-key.
1
2
3
5) Press [START] key.
(Print condition setting in this simulation)
∗ To select paper (paper feed tray), perform the following procedures.
1) Select TRAY SELECT with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the number corresponding to the paper feed tray of the
target paper with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key. (The paper feed tray is selected.)
∗ To adjust the print density, perform the following procedures.
1) Select DENSITY with 10-key.
2) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
∗ To set the print quantity, perform the following procedures.
1) Select MULTI with 10-key.
2) Enter the print quantity with 10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
∗ To set the print quality mode, perform the following procedures.
1) Select MODE with 10-key.
2) Enter the number corresponding to the print quality mode with
10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
∗ To set the print level, perform the following procedures.
1) Select LEVEL with 10-key.
2) Enter the adjustment value with 10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
NOTE: In some print patterns, changing the level may not change
the picture quality.
∗ To set duplex/simplex print, perform the following procedures.
1) Select DUPLEX with 10-key.
2) Enter the number corresponding to the operation mode with
10-key.
3) Press [START] key.
(Table 1)
0
1
TRAY SELECT
1. TRAY1
2. TRAY2
3. TRAY3
4. TRAY4
5. BPT
PRINT START
2
3
PRINT PATTERN
DENSITY
4
MULTI
(Note 1) Print pattern
No
3) Press [START] key.
Paper feed tray
1: Tray 1
2: Tray 2
3: Tray 3
4: Tray 4
5: Manual feed
Print execution (Printing of the set
data is executed.)
Print pattern (Note 1)
Graphic density (Valid only when
No. 79, 80 or 84 is selected.)
Print quantity
MODE
Print mode
1. STANDARD
1. Standard
2. SMOOTHING
2. Smoothing ON
3. TONER SAVE
3. Smoothing ON
4. HALF TONE
3. Toner save ON
5. SMOOTHING + TONER
4. Half tone ON
SAVE
5. Smoothing + toner save
6. SMOOTHING + HALF TONE
6. Smoothing + half tone
7. Toner save + half tone
7. TONER SAVE + HALF TONE
8. SMOOTHING + TONER
8. Smoothing + toner save +
half tone
SAVE + HALF TONE
LEVEL
(Parameter of print image
process)
DUPLEX
Duplex
1. NO
0: NO (Simplex)
2. YES
1: YES (Duplex)
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
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Engine
Controller
Pattern
pattern
❍
For off-center adjustment
❍
Main scanning direction 1 by 5
❍
Main scanning direction 1mmpitch
❍
Main scanning direction 3 by 3
❍
Sub scanning direction 1 by 1
❍
Sub scanning direction 1 by 5
❍
Sub scanning direction 2 by 4
❍
Sub scanning direction 3 by 3
❍
Right oblique 1 by 2
❍
Right oblique 1 by 5
❍
Right oblique 2 by 4
❍
Right oblique 3 by 3
❍
Left oblique 1 by 2
❍
Left oblique 1 by 5
❍
Left oblique 2 by 4
❍
Left oblique 3 by 3
❍
Dot 1 by 1
❍
Dot 3 by 3
❍
Dot
❍
Solid black
❍
Main scanning direction 1 by 1
❍
Main scanning direction 5 by 1
❍
Main scanning direction 4 by 2
❍
Main scanning direction 3 by 3
❍
Sub scanning direction 1 by 1
❍
Sub scanning direction 5 by 1
❍
Sub scanning direction 4 by 2
❍
Sub scanning direction 3 by 3
❍
Right oblique 2 by 1
❍
Right oblique 5 by 1
❍
Right oblique 4 by 2
❍
Right oblique 3 by 3
❍
Left oblique 2 by 1
❍
Left oblique 5 by 1
❍
Left oblique 4 by 2
❍
Left oblique 3 by 3
❍
Dot 1 by 1
❍
Dot 3 by 3
❍
Dot
❍
Solid white
❍
All surface 1 by 1 (Vertical)
❍
All surface 1 by 1 (Horizontal)
❍
All surface 1 by 2 (Vertical)
❍
All surface 1 by 2 (Horizontal)
❍
All surface 1 by 3 (Vertical)
❍
All surface 1 by 3 (Horizontal)
❍
All surface 1 by 4 (Vertical)
❍
All surface 1 by 4 (Horizontal)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 71
Note
No
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Engine
Controller
pattern
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❏
67
❏
68
❏
69
70
❍
❍
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❏
80
❍
81
❍
82
❍
83
❍
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
98
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Pattern
Note
All surface 1 by 5 (Vertical)
All surface 1 by 5 (Horizontal)
All surface 2 by 2 (Vertical)
All surface 2 by 2 (Horizontal)
All surface 2 by 3 (Vertical)
All surface 2 by 3 (Horizontal)
All background
Special pattern
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 32 gradations
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 16 gradations
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 8 gradations
1-dot pattern
Print adjustment pattern with
scale (Vertical)
Grid pattern
Slant line 45 degrees
Slant line 26.6 degrees
Slant line 63.4 degrees
ID/BG pattern
Dot pattern 12.5%
Dot pattern 28%
Dot pattern 50%
All surface effort diffusion
background
All surface dither process
background
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 32 gradations
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 16 gradations
For every other 1 block width
128 pixels/ 8 gradations
Memory check pattern
Cleaning check pattern
Offset check pattern
Text pattern A
Note *
Text pattern B
Note *
Text pattern C
Note *
Toner quantity measuring chart
Radiation chart
Data printing
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. SELECT
0. TRAY SELECT :1
1.
2. PRINT PATTERN:87 3.
4. MULTI :
1
5.
6. LEVEL :
1
7.
Select 1, and
press [START] key.
(2)
0-7, AND PRESS START.
PRINT START
DENSITY
:1
MODE
:1
DUPLEX
:1
Select other than 1, and
press [START] key.
1
Press [START] key, or
press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
(PRINT PATTERN)
INPUT 1-98.
71
(3)
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
(DENSITY)
1-255
100
(4)
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
(MULTI COUNT)
1-999
1
(5)
(6)
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. SELECT
(MODE)
1.STANDARD 2.SMOOTHING
5.SMOOTHING+ TONER SAVE
7.TONER SAVE+ HALF TONE
8.SMOOTHING+ TONER SAVE+
1-8, AND PRESS START.
3.TONER SAVE 4.HALF TONE
6.SMOOTHING+ HALF TONE
1
HALF TONE
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. INPUT VALUE, AND PRESS START.
(LEVEL)
1-5
3
(0)
(7)
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
(FEED TRAY)
1.TRAY1 2.TRAY2 3.TRAY3 4.TRAY4 5.BPT
SIMULATION 64-1
SELF PRINT MODE. SELECT 1-2, AND PRESS START.
(DUPLEX)
1.NO 2.YES
1
1
❏: Error diffusion process
Note*: Since the "DENSITY" of an actual copy or printer output
differs, they differ from the output of self print.
SIMULATION 64-1
SELFT PRINT MODE.. EXECUTING···
0. TRAY SELECT :1
2. PRINT PATTERN:87 3. DENSITY
4. MULTI :
1
5. MODE
6. LEVEL :
1
7. DUPLEX
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 72
:1
:1
:1
0
2) Enter the number corresponding to the bit to be changed with
10-key.
65
(Example) When the bit of 5 is to be changed, enter 5.
65-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment
Used to adjust the touch panel (LCD display
section) detection position.
Operation (Display/Operation key)
The set value of 1/0 is alternatively changed every time when
the target key is pressed.
3) After completion of setting of all the bits, press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-1
FAX SOFT SW. SETTING. SELECT 2-120, AND PRESS START.
Operation/Procedure
Touch the four cross marks (+) sequentially. The coordinates of
pressed positions are set.
When the coordinates setting is completed normally, the display
turns gray. When all the four points are set, the display returns to
the normal state.
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key or [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-1
FAX SOFT SW. SETTING. INPUT DATA No(1-8), AND PRESS
START.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
SOFT SW-2:
SIMULATION 65-1
66-2
65-2
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to check the result of the touch panel (LCD
display) detection position adjustment. (The
coordinates are displayed.)
Operation (Display/Operation key)
Operation/Procedure
When the touch panel is touched, the X and Y coordinate values of
the touched point and the coordinate values of the specified point
are displayed. The coordinate values set with SIM 65-1 are used
as the reference.
SIMULATION 65-2
400
500
600
40
100
100
200
300
140
600
180
200
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data clear
Used to clear the FAX soft switch function data
and to set to the default. (Excluding the
adjustment values.) (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
1) Set the destination code with 10-key.
Japan
U.S.A.
Australia
U.K.
France
Germany
Sweden
Newzealand
China
Singapore
TW
Other1
Other2
Ohter3
00000000
10110101
00001001
10110100
00111101
00000100
10100101
01111110
00100110
10011100
11111110
11111101
11111100
11111011
Finland
Norway
Denmark
Netherlands
Italy
Switzerland
Austria
Indonesia
Thailand
Malaysia
India
Philippines
Hongkong
00111100
10000010
00110001
01111011
01011001
10100110
00001010
01010100
10101001
01101100
01010011
10001001
01010000
The codes other than the above are recognized as Japan.
2) Press [START] key.
66
3) The confirmation menu of YES/NO of clear is displayed.
Select one.
66-1
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to change and check the FAX soft switch
functions. (Used to change and check the
functions provided for the FAX soft switches.)
(Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
1
2
YES
NO
FAX soft SW is cleared.
Not cleared.
4) Press [START] key.
The soft switch (except for the adjustment values) is cleared
according to the destination selected in procedure 1).
NOTE: When the FAX BOX is not installed, initialization including
the adjustment value is performed. (The adjustment value
is stored in the FAX BOX.)
Operation/Procedure
Setting of soft switches other than SW1 can be changed and
checked.
1) Enter the soft switch number to be checked or changed with
10-key.
The current set state is displayed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 73
SIMULATION 66-2
FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR(WITHOUT ADJUSTMENT VALUE).
INPUT COUNTRY CODE, AND PRESS START.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-3
FAX PWB MEMORY CHECK INPUT 1-13, AND PRESS START.
1. All Memory Device Check (once)
2. MFP SRAM(once)
3. MFP SRAM(repeat)
4. MFP FLASH+ OP.FLASH(once)
5. MFP FLASH+ OP.FLASH(repeat)
6. MODEM EEPROM(once)
7. MODEM EEPROM(repeat)
8. MODEM SRAM(G/A)(once) 9. MODEM SRAM(G/A)(repeat)
10. MODEM SDRAM1(once)
11. MODEM SDRAM1(repeat)
12. MODEM SDRAM2(once)
13. MODEM SDRAM2(repeat)
SIMULATION 66-2
FAX SOFT SW. CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
Press [START] key.
JAPAN
1
1:YES
2:NO
66-3
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the FAX PWB
memory (read/write). (This adjustment is required
when the PWB is replaced with a new one.) (Only
when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the memory to be checked
with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
In the case of All, all memories are checked only once.
Check connection wire list
NO CHECK
CHECKING
OK
NG
Not checked yet.
Checking
Check complete OK
Check complete NG
The error address or the data line is displayed individually.
Target memory of check
MFP SRAM
MFP FLASH
MFP OP.FLASH
MODEM EEPROM
MODEM SRAM (G/A)
MODEM SDRAM1
MODEM SDRAM2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-3
FAX PWB MEMORY CHECK
MFP SRAM: CHECKING
MFP FLASH: NO CHECK
MFP OP.FLASH: NO CHECK
MODEM EEPROM: NG:A0010000
MODEM SRAM(G/A):NO CHECK
MODEM SDRAM1: NG A11
MODEM SDRAM2: OK
When "repeat" is selected and
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed.
When Check is "once," the display stops at the result display.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed, the display returns to
the initial display.
66-4
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of data signals
in each data output mode of FAX. (Used to check
the operation of MODEM. ) Send level: Max. (Only
when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
SRAM
FLASH ROM
The output is delivered at the max. send level.
When "repeat" is selected, the operation is repeated until the
result is "NG" or [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
NOSIGNAL
33.6 V34
31.2 V34
28.8 V34
26.4 V34
24.0 V34
21.6 V34
19.2 V34
16.8 V34
14.4 V34
12.0 V34
9.6 V34
7.2 V34
4.8 V34
2.4 V34
14.4 V33
No signal
26.4 V34
31.2 V34
28.8 V34
26.4 V34
24.0 V34
21.6 V34
19.2 V34
16.8 V34
14.4 V34
12.0 V34
9.6 V34
7.2 V34
4.8 V34
2.4 V34
14.4 V33
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT
12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution,
execution is stopped.
When a number is entered and [START] key is pressed during
execution, the kind of signal can be changed.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 74
SIMULATION 66-4
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX)
START.
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
Press [START] key.
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
1
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-4
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX)
START. EXECUTING···.
Same
display
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
NOSIGNAL
33.6 V34
31.2 V34
28.8 V34
26.4 V34
24.0 V34
21.6 V34
19.2 V34
16.8 V34
14.4 V34
12.0 V34
9.6 V34
7.2 V34
4.8 V34
2.4 V34
14.4 V33
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
2
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
2
Section
Item
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of data signals
in each data output mode of FAX. (Used to check
the operation of MODEM.) An output is sent at the
send level set by the soft switch. (Only when FAX
is installed)
FAX
Operation
1
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
1
Enter 2 and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-5
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.)
START. EXECUTING···.
66-5
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
SIMULATION 66-5
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.)
START. EXECUTING···.
Same
display
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
Press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
12.0 V33
14.4 V17
12.0 V17
9.6 V17
7.2 V17
9.6 V29
7.2 V29
4.8 V27t
2.4 V27t
0.3 FLG
CED 2100
CNG 1100
0.3 V21
ANSam
RINGER
No RBT
When a number is entered and [START] key is pressed during
execution, the kind of signal can be changed.
SIMULATION 66-5
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.)
START.
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
SIMULATION 66-4
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX)
START.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution,
execution is stopped.
Enter 2 and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-4
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX)
START. EXECUTING···.
No signal
26.4 V34
31.2 V34
28.8 V34
26.4 V34
24.0 V34
21.6 V34
19.2 V34
16.8 V34
14.4 V34
12.0 V34
9.6 V34
7.2 V34
4.8 V34
2.4 V34
14.4 V33
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
The output is delivered at the send level set with the soft switch.
SIMULATION 66-5
SIGNAL OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.)
START.
1.NOSIGNAL
2.26.4 V34
9.16.8 V34
13.7.2 V34
17.12.0 V33
21.7.2 V17
25.2.4 V27t
29.0.3 V21
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 75
2.33.6 V34
6.24.0 V34
10.14.4 V34
14.4.8 V34
18.14.4 V17
22.9.6 V29
26.0.3 FLG
30.ANSam
SELECT 1-32, AND PRESS
3.31.2 V34
7.21.6 V34
11.12.0 V34
15.2.4 V34
19.12.0 V17
23.7.2 V29
27.CED 2100
31.RINGER
4.28.8 V34
8.19.2 V34
12.9.6 V34
16.14.4 V33
20.9.6 V17
24.4.8 V27t
28.CNG 1100
32.No RBT
2
66-8
66-6
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
User data output/Check (Display/Print)
Used to print the confidential pass code. (Used
when the confidential pass code is forgotten.)
(Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
1
PRINT START
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of various
sound signals of FAX. (Used to check the
operation of the sound output IC.) Send level: Max.
(Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Print start
The paper is automatically selected with the size saved in the
image memory.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
The output is delivered at the max. level.
SIMULATION 66-6
PASS CODE PRINT OUT.
1.PRINT START
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PRESS START.
Press [START] key.
When there is no print data,
the display returns to the
original state without printing.
(When 1)
SIMULATION 66-6
PASS CODE PRINT OUT. EXECUTING···.
1.PRINT START
NONE
PAUSE
MESSAGE1
MESSAGE2
MESSAGE3
MESSAGE4
MESSAGE5
MESSAGE6
MESSAGE7
MESSAGE8
Message 9
Message 10
Message 11
Message 12
Message 13
Message 14
Message 15
Alarm
Call ring
External TEL ring
SIMULATION 66-8
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
User data output/Check (Display/Print)
Used to print the image memory data (memory
send/receive). (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
2
Operation/Procedure
All image data stored in the image memory are printed.
Select other 1, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
∗ The confidential receive data are also printed.
PRINT START
MESSAGE 9
MESSAGE 10
MESSAGE 11
MESSAGE 12
MESSAGE 13
MESSAGE 14
MESSAGE 15
ALARM
RINGER
EXT.TEL.RINGER
When [START] key is pressed, the voice message is sent. When
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed, it is stopped.
66-7
1
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
When the number is entered during execution, the kind of signal
can be changed.
After completion of printing
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Mute
Pause sound
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Message 4
Message 5
Message 6
Message 7
Message 8
Print start
The paper is automatically selected with the size saved in the
image memory.
SIMULATION 66-8
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START. EXECUTING···.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
1
SIMULATION 66-7
IMAGE MEMORY PRINT OUT. PRESS START.
1.PRINT START
Same
display
Select 2, and press [START] key.
Press [START] key.
(When 1)
SIMULATION 66-7
IMAGE MEMORY PRINT OUT. EXECUTING···.
1.PRINT START
After completion of printing
SIMULATION 66-8
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START. EXECUTING···.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-8
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(LEVEL MAX) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
2
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 76
66-10
66-9
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of various
sound signals of FAX. (Used to check the
operation of the sound output IC.) An output is
sent at the send level set by the soft switch. (Only
when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
Mute
Pause sound
MESSAGE 1
MESSAGE 2
MESSAGE 3
MESSAGE 4
MESSAGE 5
MESSAGE 6
MESSAGE 7
MESSAGE 8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
MESSAGE 9
MESSAGE10
MESSAGE11
MESSAGE12
MESSAGE13
MESSAGE14
MESSAGE15
ALARM
RINGER
EXT.TEL.RINGER
MESSAGE 9
MESSAGE 10
MESSAGE 11
MESSAGE 12
MESSAGE 13
MESSAGE 14
MESSAGE 15
Alarm
Call ring
External TEL ring
When the number is entered during execution, the kind of signal
can be changed.
When [START] key is pressed, the voice message is sent. When
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed, it is stopped.
SIMULATION 66-9
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
2
Select other 1, and press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
2
YES
NO
Image memory clear is executed.
Clear is not executed.
The SRAM image data management table and image data in the
Flash ROM area and HD (except for filing images) are cleared.
SIMULATION 66-10
IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
SIMULATION 66-9
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START. EXECUTING···.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
Select 2, and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-9
MESSAGE OUTPUT CHECK.(SOFT SW.) SELECT 1-20, AND PRESS
START. EXECUTING···.
1.NONE
2.PAUSE
3.MESSAGE1
4.MESSAGE2
5.MESSAGE3
6.MESSAGE4
7.MESSAGE5
8.MESSAGE6
9.MESSAGE7
10.MESSAGE8
11.MESSAGE9
12.MESSAGE10
13.MESSAGE11 14.MESSAGE12 15.MESSAGE13
16.MESSAGE14 17.MESSAGE15 18.ALARM
19.RINGER
20.EXT.TEL.RINGER
1
Press [START] key to clear.
SIMULATION 66-10
IMAGE MEMORY CLEAR EXECUTING···.
++++++
1
The processing status of image memory clear is displayed with
"+."
66-11
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
1
Same
display
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
The output is delivered at the send level set with the soft SW.
NONE
PAUSE
MESSAGE1
MESSAGE2
MESSAGE3
MESSAGE4
MESSAGE5
MESSAGE6
MESSAGE7
MESSAGE8
Section
Item
User data output/Check (Display/Print)
Used to clear all data of the image memory
(memory send/receive). The confidential data are
also cleared at the same time. (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Data
1) Select YES/NO of image memory clear with 10-key.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of FAX G3
mode 300bps. (Used to check the operation of
MODEM.) Send level: Max. (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Select the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
The signal is sent in the max. send level.
1
2
3
NO SIGNAL
11111
11110
No signal
11111
11110
4
5
6
00000
010101
00001
00000
010101
00001
When the number is entered during execution, the kind of signal
can be changed.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 77
SIMULATION 66-11
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(LEVEL MAX)
START.
1. NO SIGNAL 2. 11111 3. 11110
5. 010101
6. 00001
Press [START] key.
SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
4. 00000
1
SIMULATION 66-12
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(SOFT SW.)
START.
1. NO SIGNAL
5. 010101
2. 11111
6. 00001
3. 11110
4. 00000
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-11
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(LEVEL MAX)
START.
EXECUTING···.
1. NO SIGNAL 2. 11111 3. 11110
5. 010101
6. 00001
Same display
SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
1
4. 00000
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-12
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(SOFT SW.) SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
START.
EXECUTING···.
1. NO SIGNAL 2. 11111 3. 11110 4. 00000
5. 010101
6. 00001
1
Select 3 and press [START] key.
Same display
SIMULATION 66-11
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(LEVEL MAX)
START.
EXECUTING···.
1. NO SIGNAL 2. 11111 3. 11110
5. 010101
6. 00001
SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
4. 00000
3
Select 3 and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-12
300bps SIGNAL OUTPUT.(SOFT SW.) SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS
START.
EXECUTING···.
1. NO SIGNAL 2. 11111 3. 11110 4. 00000
5. 010101
6. 00001
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
66-12
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the output operation of FAX G3
mode 300bps. (Used to check the operation of
MODEM.) An output is send at the send level set
by the soft switch. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
66-13
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to enter (set) the number of FAX dial signal
output test. (The dial number set by this simulation
is outputted when the dial signal output test is
made by SIM 66-14 - 16. ) (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Data
1) Select the number corresponding to the output mode with 10key.
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
1) Enter the dial number with 10-key.
The signal is sent in the send level set with the soft switch.
1
2
3
NO SIGNAL
11111
11110
No signal
11111
11110
4
5
6
00000
010101
00001
00000
010101
00001
When the number is entered during execution, the kind of signal
can be changed.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
Use 10-key, [*] key, and [#] key to enter the number. The upper
limit is 20 digits.
When [CLEAR] key is pressed, the mode returns to the initial
state.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-13
DIAL TEST NUMBER SETTING.
INPUT NUMBER AND PRESS START.
0123456789*#01234567
0-9:[0-9], *:[*], #:[#]
66-14
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting/Operation test/Check
Used to set the make time in the FAX pulse dial
mode (10pps) and to test the dial signal output.
(The dial number signal set by SIM 66-13 is
outputted.) Used to check troubles in dialing and to
check the operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The dial signal is outputted.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 78
(Dial pulse make time setting)
SIMULATION 66-15
DIAL TEST(20PPS). SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. EXECUTE
1. MAKE TIME 7 ; [+9 ms]
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the set value with 10-key.
1
4) Press [START] key.
0
1
EXECUTE
MAKE TIME
Execute
Dial pulse make time setting (0 - 15)
Select 0
and press
[START] key.
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or press [START] key.
The dial signal is sent with the set value + 29ms.
SIMULATION 66-15
DIAL TEST(20PPS).
[1. MAKE TIME]
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 66-14
DIAL TEST(10PPS). SELECT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
0. EXECUTE
1. MAKE TIME 7 ; [+29 ms]
Select 0
and press
[START] key.
Select 1 and
press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-14
DIAL TEST(10PPS).
[1. MAKE TIME]
SIMULATION 66-15
DIAL TEST(20PPS). EXECUTING···.
1. MAKE TIME 7 ; [+9 ms]
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or press [START] key.
SELECT 0-15, AND PRESS START.
66-16
7
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SIMULATION 66-14
DIAL TEST(10PPS). EXECUTE
1. MAKE TIME 7 ; [+29 ms]
Section
Item
Setting/Operation test/Check
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. (The dial number signal set
by SIM 66-13 is outputted.) The send level can be
set to an optional level. Used to check troubles in
dialing and to check the operation. (Only when
FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
66-15
Section
Item
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
Setting/Operation test/Check
Used to set the make time in the FAX pulse dial
mode (20pps) and to test the dial signal output.
(The dial number signal set by SIM 66-13 is
outputted.) Used to check troubles in dialing and
to check the operation. (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
2) Press [START] key.
The dial signal is outputted.
(Dial pulse make time setting)
1) Enter 1 or 2 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the set value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
0
1
2
1) Enter 0 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
The dial signal is outputted.
EXECUTE
HIGH
HIGH LOW
1) Enter 1 with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
3) Enter the set value with 10-key.
4) Press [START] key.
EXECUTE
MAKE TIME
Item
Execution
High group level
High group - Low group
Set range
0 - 15dB
0 - 15
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
(Dial pulse make time setting)
0
1
7
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SELECT 0-15, AND PRESS START.
Execute
Dial pulse make time setting (0 - 15)
The dial signal is sent with the set value + 9ms.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 79
The signal is sent in the send level set with the soft SW.
SIMULATION 66-16
DIAL TEST(DTMF). SELECT 0-2, AND PRESS START.
0. EXECUTE
1. HIGH 7 (dB) 2. HIGH-LOW 7
Select 1 or 2, and
press [START] key.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
1
SIMULATION 66-18
DTMF SIGNAL OUTPUT.(SOFT SW.)
START.
INPUT 0-9, *, #, AND PRESS
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or press [START] key.
(When 1)
SIMULATION 66-16
DIAL TEST(DTMF). SELECT 0-15, AND PRESS START.
1. HIGH(dB)
Press [START] key.
7
SIMULATION 66-18
DTMF SIGNAL OUTPUT.(SOFT SW.)
(When 2)
SIMULATION 66-16
DIAL TEST(DTMF). SELECT 0-15, AND PRESS START.
1. HIGH(dB)
Select 0 and press [START] key.
1
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
66-19
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SIMULATION 66-16
DIAL TEST(DTMF). EXECUTING···.
1. HIGH 7 (dB) 2. HIGH-LOW 7
Section
Item
66-17
Section
Item
EXECUTING···.
7
(When 0)
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Data transfer
Used to back-up the HDD data into the Flash
memory (optional FAX expansion memory: ARMM9). (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
Setting
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. Send level: Max. Used to
check the operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
1) Select YES/NO of data transfer (backup).
1
2
YES
NO
Backup is executed.
Backup is not executed.
2) Press [START] key.
This function is valid only when the AR-MM9 is installed.
Operation/Procedure
Backup contents
1) Enter the DTMF signal (1 - 9, 0, *, #) to be sent with 10-key.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2) Press [START] key.
The signal is sent in the max. send level.
When [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed during execution, the
operation is stopped.
SIMULATION 66-17
DTMF SIGNAL OUTPUT.(LEVEL MAX)
PRESS START.
INPUT 0-9, *, #, AND
1
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-17
DTMF SIGNAL OUTPUT.(LEVEL MAX)
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Address book data (FAX, Mail, Address)
One-touch dial
• Item name
FTP expansion
• Fine name
Group expansion
• FAX receive select table
Program
• Internet FAX receive YES/NO
Use index
• Polling allow number
Standard sender
• Memory box
Internet FAX sender registration • Sender name
FAX sender registration
• Soft SW
The other contents are not backed up.
SIMULATION 66-19
ADDRESS DATA BACK UP. (WRITE TO FLASH ROM)
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
EXECUTING···.
1
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-19
ADDRESS DATA BACK UP. (WRITE TO FLASH ROM) EXECUTING...
66-18
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to check the dial signal (DTMF) output in the
FAX tone dial mode. An output is sent at the send
level set by the soft switch. Used to check the
operation. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
1
After completion of backup
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the DTMF signal (1 - 9, 0, *, #) to be sent with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 80
66-22
66-20
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Data transfer
Used to read the back-up data by SIM 66-19 to the
SRAM/HDD. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to adjust the handset volume. (Only when
the FAX is installed.)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of data transfer.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the volume with 10-key.
1
2
YES
NO
2) Press [START] key.
Backup is executed.
Backup is not executed.
1
2
3
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-20
ADDRESS DATA BACK UP. (READ FROM FLASH ROM)
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
MIN
MIDDLE
MAX
Small
Medium
Large
Selection of 1, 2, and 3 can be made during execution.
SIMULATION 66-22
HANDSET VOLUME SETTING SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
1
1. MIN
2. MIDDLE
3. MAX
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-20
ADDRESS DATA BACK UP. (READ FROM FLASH ROM) EXECUTING...
Press [START] key.
1
2
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-22
HANDSET VOLUME SETTING SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
EXECUTING···.
1. MIN
2. MIDDLE
3. MAX
After completion of read
2
66-21
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Adjustment/Setup/Operation data output/Check
(Display/Print)
Used to print information related to FAX (various
registrations, communication management, file
management, system error protocol). (Only when
FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
Same display
Select 3 and press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-22
HANDSET VOLUME SETTING SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
EXECUTING···.
1. MIN
2. MIDDLE
3. MAX
3
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the information (item) to be
printed with 10-key.
SIMULATION 66-22
HANDSET VOLUME SETTING SELECT 1-3, AND PRESS START.
2) Press [START] key.
1
2
REGISTERED
MANAGEMENT
3
4
5
FILE MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM ERROR
PROTOCOL
Various registration information
Communication management
information
File management information
System error information
Protocol information
SIMULATION 66-21
FAX INFORMATION PRINT OUT. SELECT 1-5, AND PRESS START.
1. REGISTERED
2. MANAGEMENT
3. FILE MANAGEMENT 4. SYSTEM ERROR
5. PROTOCOL
1. MIN
2. MIDDLE
3. MAX
3
66-23
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to download the FAX program. (Only when
FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
FAX
Operation/Procedure
1) Turn OFF the power.
2) Remove the protect pin.
Select other than 0 and
press [START] key.
(When 1)
If there is no print data,
the display returns to the
original state without printing.
SIMULATION 66-21
FAX INFORMATION PRINT OUT. EXECUTING···
1. REGISTERED
After completion of backup
3) Turn ON the power.
4) Enter the SIM 66-23 mode.
5) Press [START] key.
During operation, "EXECUTING" is displayed. When the operation
is completed normally, "COMPLETE" is displayed.
If an error occurs, "FAIL" is displayed.
6) Turn OFF the power, and attach the protect pin.
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 81
66-26
SIMULATION 66-23
FAX PROGRAM DOWNLOAD.
EJECT PROTECT PIN, AND PRESS START.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Press [START] key.
Setting
Used to register external telephone numbers for
Modem dial-in. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
SIMULATION 66-23
FAX PROGRAM DOWNLOAD. EXECUTING···
1) Enter the Modem dial-in FAX number (1 - 9, 0, *, #) with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-26
M-D-IN EXTEL NUMBER SETTING. 0-9:[0-9],*:[*],#:[#]
INPUT NUMBER AND PRESS START.
0123456789*#01234567
After completion of writing
SIMULATION 66-23
FAX PROGRAM DOWNLOAD.
COMPLETE
POWER OFF, AND SET PROTECT
PIN
After failing of writing
66-27
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SIMULATION 66-23
FAX PROGRAM DOWNLOAD.
FAIL
CHECK PROTECT PIN
Section
Item
Setting
Used to register the transfer number for voice
warp. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
66-24
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear
Used to clear the FAST memory data. (Only when
FAX is installed)
FAX
Data
1) Enter the voice warp transfer number (1 - 9, 0, *, #) with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-27
V-WP TRANSMIT NUMBER SETTING. 0-9:[0-9],*:[*],#:[#]
INPUT NUMBER AND PRESS START.
0123456789*#01234567
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of data clear.
1
2
YES
NO
FAST memory data is cleared.
Not cleared.
2) Press [START] key.
66-29
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
SIMULATION 66-24
FAST MEMORY DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
Section
Item
Operation/Procedure
66-25
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Clear
Used to clear data related to an address book
(one-touch registration, program registration/
expansion, relay memory box registration, each
table content).
FAX, Network scanner
Data
Setting
Used to register the FAX number for Modem dialin. (Only when FAX is installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the Modem dial-in FAX number (1 - 9, 0, *, #) with 10key.
2) Press [START] key.
1) Select YES/NO of data clear.
1
2
YES
NO
Address book data is cleared.
Not cleared.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-29
ADDRESS DATA CLEAR.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
SIMULATION 66-25
M-D-IN FAX NUMBER SETTING. 0-9:[0-9],*:[*],#:[#]
INPUT NUMBER AND PRESS START.
0123456789*#01234567
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 82
1
66-33
66-30
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the change in the TEL/LIU status.
(Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the signal (BUSY TONE/CNG/
CED/FNET/DTMF) detection. (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Operation
The TEL/LIU state is displayed.
Operation/Procedure
When the state is changed, it is highlighted.
The detected signal is highlighted.
HS1
HS2
RHS
EXHS
Polarity reverse signal
Polarity reverse signal
Handset hook SW
External telephone hook SW
SIMULATION 66-33
SIGNAL DETECT CHECK.
BUSY TONE CNG
CED
SIMULATION 66-30
TEL/LIU SENSOR CHECK.
HS1
HS2
RHS
EXHS
DTMF
66-34
1
66-31
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
FNET
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to measure the communication time of test
image data. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
Operation test/Check
Used to check the relay operation. (Only when
FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the check item with 10-key.
Communication test is performed to measure the time (ms).
Send is made under the following conditions.
Communication means
Image quality
Density
ECM
Sender record
Memory send
Normal text
Light
ON
OFF
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-34
COMMUNICATION TIME DISPLAY.
SIMULATION 66-31
TEL/LIU SETTING.
INPUT 0-1, AND PRESS START.
1. MPXA
2. CION
3. MR
4. EC
5. S.
6. CML
7. DP
8.
* * * * * ms
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
10001100
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
66-32
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the receive data (fixed data) from
the line. (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
When check is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. In case of
an error, "NG" is displayed.
(Display message)
CHECKING
OK
NG
66-35
Checking
Checking completed (OK)
Checking completed (NG)
SIMULATION 66-32
RECEIVED DATA CHECK.
CHECKING···.(OK or NG)
Section
Item
Setting
Modem program rewriting. (Only when FAX is
installed)
Not used in the market. (For development)
FAX
Data
Operation/Procedure
1) Select YES/NO of Modem program reload.
1
2
YES
NO
Modem block reload is cleared.
Not reloaded.
2) Press [START] key.
When reload is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. In case of
an error, "CHECK SUM" is displayed.
The result of Modem reload is displayed.
COMPLETE
81
82
83
84
NG
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 83
Reload completed
Check sum error
Write error
Delete error
Verify error
Due to loader NG
66-39
SIMULATION 66-35
MODEM PROGRAM RELOAD.
ARE YOU SURE?
1. YES
2. NO
1
Press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
Used to set the destination specifications. (Only
when FAX is installed)
FAX
Specifications
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the destination.
SIMULATION 66-35
MODEM PROGRAM RELOAD. EXECITOMG···
LOADER··· xxxxx
MODEM···· xxxxx
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-39
FAX DESTINATION SETUP.
SELECT 1-6, AND PRESS START
After completion of reloading
0.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
SIMULATION 66-35
MODEM PROGRAM RELOAD.
LOADER···OK
MODEM····COMPLETE
66-36
Press [START] key.
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check interface between MFPC controller
and MDMC. (Check of the data line or the
command line) (Only when FAX is installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) Enter the number corresponding to the check mode with 10key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
NO DESTINATION
JAPAN
U.S.A./CANADA
EUROPE
AUSTRALIA
CHINA
ASIA&OTHERS
MFPC ←
MFPC →
MFPC ←
MFPC →
MFPC ←
MFPC →
MFPC ←
MFPC →
MDMC (DATA once)
MDMC (DATA once)
MDMC (DATA repeat)
MDMC (DATA repeat)
MDMC (CMD once)
MDMC (CMD once)
MDMC (CMD repeat)
MDMC (CMD repeat)
Date line once only
Date line once only
Data line repeat
Data line repeat
Command line once only
Command line once only
Command line repeat
Command line repeat
2) Press [START] key.
When check is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. Incase of
an error, "NG" is displayed.
When check is "repeat," the operation is continued until the result
is NG or [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed.
66-42
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
PIC program rewriting (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
1) The confirmation window is displayed. Select whether rewriting of the program into PIC installed in the FAX VOX is performed or not.
NOTE: Release the write protect notch.
FAX program writing enabled (Jumpers and DIP SW
depending on the model.)
1
2
YES
NO
Execution
Cancel
2) Press [START] key.
When reload is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. In case of
an error, "NG" is displayed.
NG cause:
• Write protect is set.
SIMULATION 66-36
MFPC-MDMC I/F CHECK. INPUT 1-8, AND PRESS START.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
MFPC<-MDMC(DATA once)
MFPC->MDMC(DATA once)
MFPC<-MDMC(DATA repeat)
MFPC->MDMC(DATA repeat)
MFPC<-MDMC(CMD once)
MFPC->MDMC(CMD once)
MFPC<-MDMC(CMD repeat)
MFPC->MDMC(CMD repeat)
• PIC is not installed.
• Access error to PIC
1
SIMULATION 66-42
PIC PROGRAM RELOAD.
ARE YOU SURE ?
1.YES
2.NO
1
Press [START] key.
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-36
MFPC-MDMC I/F CHECK. INPUT 1-8, AND PRESS START.
EXECUTING...
When check is "once" or
"repeat" and the result is "NG":
When check is "repeat" and
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key ON:
SIMULATION 66-36
MFPC-MDMC I/F CHECK. INPUT 1-8, AND PRESS START.
EXECUTING...(OK or NG)
SIMULATION 66-42
PIC PROGRAM RELOAD EXECUTING ....
Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-42
PIC PROGRAM RELOAD
OK
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 84
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
66-43
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Setting
PIC adjustment value writing (Only when FAX is
installed)
FAX
Operation
Operation/Procedure
To execute this simulation, FAX program writing must be allowed.
(Jumpers and DIP SW depending on the model.) The adjustment
values in PIC are changed or rewritten.
SIMULATION 66-43
PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING.
ENABLE WRITE PIN(for FAX PROGRAM ROM).
SELECT 0-12, AND PRESS START.
0.WRITING for PIC 1.ci_level_judge 2
2.ci_cycle_min 10 3.ci_cycle_max 107 4.ci_range 5
5.ci_count 3 6.ci_detect 8 7.fnet_level_judge 1
8.fnet_range 3 9.fnet_time_out 100 10.fnet_count 3
11.poff_time 3 12.mswon_level_judge 3
1
Select other then 0 , and
press [START] key.
1) Enter the number corresponding to the set item with 10-key.
2) Press [START] key.
SIMULATION 66-43
PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING. INPUT VALUE 1-15, AND
PRESS START.
1.ci_level_judge(1-15)
3) Enter the set value.
4) Press [P] key.
2
5) Select 0.
6) The confirmation window is displayed. Select whether the PIC
adjustment values are written or not.
YES
NO
The adjustment values are collectively written into PIC
installed in the FAX BOX.
No writing
When writing of the PIC adjustment values is normally completed,
“OK” is displayed. In case of an error, “NG” is displayed.
Item
0 WRITING for PIC
1 ci_level_judge
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or press [START] key.
Content
Set range Default
Writing to PIC
–
–
Number of sensing
1-15
2
until the CI signal
level is setteld.
ci_cycle_min
CI signal cycle
0-254
10
min. Time
ci_cycle_max
CI signal cycle
0-254
107
max. time
ci_range
CI signal allowable
0-127
5
range
ci_count
CI signal
1-15
3
settlement number
of times
1-15
8
ci_detect
CID IN- signal
settlement number
of times
1-15
1
fnet_level_judge
Sense number of
times until
settlement of
FNET signal level
fnet_range
FNET signal
0-74
3
allowable range
fnet_time_out
FNET time out
76-255
100
time
fnet_count
FNET signal
1-15
3
settlement number
of times
poff_time
PON signal OFF
0-15
3
time
2-15
3
mswon_level_judge Sense number of
times until
settlement of
MSW_ON signal
level
Select 0
and press
[START] key.
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
or select 2.
SIMULATION 66-43
PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING.
ARE YOU SURE ?
1.YES
2.NO
1
Select 1.
SIMULATION 66-43
PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING.
EXECUTING...
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 66-43
PIC ADJUSTMENT VALUE WRITING.
OK ( or NG )
67
67-16
Purpose
Function
(Purpose)
Section
Item
Operation test/Check
Used to check the operation of the network card.
MFP controller
Operation
Interface/Communication
Operation/Procedure
During check, "CHECKING" is displayed. When check is completed normally, "OK" is displayed. In case of an error, "NG" is displayed.
(Display message)
CHECKING
OK
NG
Checking
Check end (Normal)
Check end (Error)
SIMULATION 67-16
NETWORK INTERFACE CARD CHECK.
NIC: CHECKING
Check end
Press [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SIMULATION 67-16
NETWORK INTERFACE CARD CHECK.
NIC: OK (or NG)
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 85
3. Other related items
(1) Simulation adjustment value/ Set value data
MFP
CONTROLLER
LCD
Each controller is provided with an EEPROM. The adjustment/set
values are collected to the MFP controller. If they are changed,
they are sent back and saved.
When the value is changed,
it is sent and saved.
Saved adjustment value send
(When the power is turned on, etc.)
ENGINE
CONTROLLER
SCANNER
CONTROLLER
● Data saved by the PCU PWB
Counters
Drum rotation time counter
(Accumulated time)
Developer unit rotation time
counter
Toner supply time (Block IC CHIP)
Drum rotating time (Block IC
CHIP)
Total counter
Maintenance counter
Developing counter
Drum counter
Toner cartridge counter
Valid paper counter
Tray 1 paper feed counter
Tray 2 paper feed counter
Tray 3 paper feed counter
Tray 4 paper feed counter
Manual paper feed counter
ADU paper feed counter
Staple counter
Punch counter
Main unit right-side paper exit
counter
Saddle staple counter
Adjustment value
Developing bias voltage value
Serial number
Cleaning mode developing bias voltage value
Trouble history
Main high voltage adjustment
Transfer charger voltage value
Tray 1 size
LCC size
Transfer belt cleaning voltage value
Toner concentration reference value
Density correction start set time (Developer unit)
Density correction rotation time (Developer tank)
Density correction amount (Developer tank)
Correction execution direction, upper/lower limit
(Developer tank)
Toner concentration temperature correction (low
temperature side) correction amount
Toner concentration temperature correction (low
temperature side) set temperature
Toner concentration temperature correction (low
temperature side) release temperature
Toner concentration temperature correction (high
temperature) correction amount
Toner concentration temperature correction (high
temperature side) judgment temperature
Toner concentration temperature correction (high
temperature side) judgment voltage
Toner concentration temperature correction (high
temperature side) correction value
Toner concentration temperature correction (low
temperature side) release time
Toner concentration temperature correction (high
temperature side) toner concentration delay time
Multi-purpose width adjustment value
Manual width adjustment value
Heater lamp temperature (Center, normal control)
Lead edge adjustment
Led edge void set value
Rear edge void set value
Side edge setting
Print off-center adjustment value
Resist amount adjustment value
Laser power adjustment value
PPD1 sensor adjustment
Process correction inhibit allow set value
Developing bias rising correction wait time
Developing bias rising correction adjustment value
Built-in finisher jogger position adjustment
Saddle adjustment value
Manual destination information
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 86
Other
Tray 2 destination information
Tray 1 paper remaining quantity data
Tray 2 paper remaining quantity data
Tray 3 paper remaining quantity data
Tray 4 paper remaining quantity data
Final toner concentration sensor output value
Toner cartridge IC CHIP destination
Counter mode setting
White paper exit count setting
Trouble memory mode setting
Fusing operation mode (Prevention against
curl)
CE mark conforming operation mode
Maintenance cycle
Print stop setting when developer life over
Saddle alignment operation priority mode
PCU SOFT SW
● Data saved by the scanner control PWB
Counters
Scan counter
SPF paper pass counter
SPF stamp counter
Adjustment value
Document lead edge adjustment value
Document off-center adjustment value
Document image loss amount adjustment value
Magnification ratio adjustment value
SPF resist amount adjustment value
Exposure motor speed adjustment value
Platen document detection adjustment value
SPF size width detection adjustment value
Touch panel adjustment value
Exposure level adjustment value
ϒ change value
OC/SPF exposure correction value
Shading adjustment value (CCD/CIS)
CCD shading start position adjustment value
Other
Exposure mode set value
Scanner serial number
Document image loss amount adjustment value
Scanner soft SW
● Data saved by the MFP control PWB
Counters
Copy counter
Printer counter
FAX receive counter
FAX send counter
All valid paper counter
Trouble counter
JAM counter
Adjustment value
FAX SOFT SW., etc.
Other
Trouble history
JAM history
Destination setting
Language setting
Toner save mode setting
13" setting
Auditor setting
Counter mode setting
Trouble memory mode setting
Center binding mode AMS setting
PC/MODEM communication trouble detection
YES/NO setting
Tag number set value
Printers set values
Network set value
MFP soft SW
MX-M350/M450 N/U SIMULATION 9 - 87
[10] MACHINE OPERATION
• When using originals with two or three holes, place them so that
the punched edge is at a position other than the feed slot.
1. Acceptable originals
Hole positions
A stack of up to 50 original sheets (30 original sheets*1 for 8-1/2" x
14" (B4) or larger) of the same size paper can be set in the document feeder tray provided the stack height is within the limit shown
below.
Hole
positions
A stack of up to 30 mixed size originals can be set if the width of
the originals is the same and the stack height is within the limit
shown below. In this case, however, stapling and duplex will not
function and some special functions may not give the expected
result.
*1: For paper heavier than 28 lbs. (105g/m2), only a stack of up to
15 sheets can be set. Setting 16 or more sheets may cause
incorrect scanning of original and scanned image may
become expanded compared with original itself.
A. Size and weight of acceptable originals
Original size:
5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
or A5
(148 x 210 mm)
11" x 17"
or A3
(297 x 420 mm)
Weight (thickness):
14 lbs. or 50g/m 2
2
Hole positions
2. Standard original placement
orientations
Place originals in the document feeder tray or on the document
glass so that the top and bottom of the original is positioned as
shown in the illustration. If not, staples will be incorrectly positioned and some special features may not give the expected
result.
[Example 1]
Document feeder tray
34 lbs. or 128g/m 2
g/m ... Weight of a sheet of paper of 1 m
Document glass
Top
Top
Bottom
Bottom
2
B. Total number of originals that can be set in
the document feeder tray
Total aggregate thickness must not exceed 1/4" or
6.5 mm (for 14 to 21 lbs. or 50 to 80 g/m2 paper).
1/4" or 6.5 mm
or less
[Example 2]
Top
Total aggregate thickness must not exceed 3/16" or
5.0 mm (for 21 to 34 lbs. or 80 to 128 g/m2 paper).
3/16" or 5.0 mm
or less
Bottom
Top
Bottom
<Notes on use of the automatic document feeder>
• Use originals within the specified size and weight ranges. Use of
originals out of the specified range may cause an original misfeed.
3. Automatic copy image rotation rotation copying
• Before loading originals into the document feeder tray, be sure
to remove any staples or paper clips.
If the orientation of the originals and copy paper are different, the
original image will be automatically rotated 90° and copied. (When
an image is rotated, a message will be displayed.) If a function is
selected that is not suitable for rotation, such as enlarging the copy
to greater than 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) size or staple sorting with the saddle stitch finisher, rotation will not be possible.
• If originals have damp spots from correction fluid, ink or glue
from pasteups, be sure they are dried before they are fed. If not,
the interior of the document feeder or the document glass may
be soiled.
• Do not use the following originals. These originals may cause
incorrect original size detection, original misfeeds, and smudges
on copies.
[Example]
Orientation of original
Orientation of paper
Copy after rotation
Transparency film, tracing paper, carbon paper, thermal paper
or originals printed with thermal transfer ink ribbon should not be
fed through the document feeder. Originals to be fed through the
feeder should not be damaged, crumpled or folded or have
loosely pasted paper on them or cutouts in them. Originals with
multiple punched holes other than two-hole or three-hole
punched paper may not feed correctly.
Face down
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Face down
4. Specifications of paper trays
The specifications for types and sizes of paper that can be used in each tray are shown below.
Tray No.
(tray
Applicable paper types
name)
Paper tray 1
Tray 1
Plain paper (Refer to the next page for
applicable plain papers.)
Multi purpose drawer/ Tray 2/ Plain paper (Refer to the next page for
bypass tray
bypass applicable plain papers.)
tray
Tray
Stand/3 x 500 Upper Tray 2
sheet paper Middle Tray 3
drawer
Lower Tray 4
Stand/MPD & Upper Tray 2
2000 sheet
Lower Tray 3
paper drawer
Applicable paper sizes
• 8-1/2" x 11", A4, B5
• If "AUTO-INCH" is selected in setting the
paper type and paper size, the following
paper sizes can be used with the automatic
detection function: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R
• If "AUTO-AB" is selected in setting the paper
type and paper size, the following paper
sizes can be used with the automatic
detection function: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5,
B5R, A5R, 8-1/2" x 13"
• Non-standard sizes
• Thick paper
• If "AUTO-INCH" is selected in setting the
Special
• Labels, transparency film
paper type and paper size, the following
paper
paper sizes can be used with the automatic
(Refer to
detection function:
the next
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R
page for
applicable
• If "AUTO-AB" is selected in setting the paper
type and paper size, the following paper
special
sizes can be used with the automatic
papers.)
detection function: A4, A4R, B5, B5R
• Non-standard sizes
Postcard
• Japanese official postcard
Envelopes can only be fed
• Applicable standard size envelopes:
from the multi-purpose
COM-10, Monarch, DL, C5, ISO B5,
drawer. Applicable stock
CHOKEI 3
weight for envelopes is 20 to • Non-standard size
23 lbs. or 75 to 90g/m²
Same as multi purpose drawer
Plain paper (Refer to the “A. Applicable • If "AUTO-INCH" is selected in setting the
plain paper”.)
paper type and paper size, the following
paper sizes can be used with the automatic
detection function: 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"
• If "AUTO-AB" is selected in setting the paper
type and paper size, the following paper
sizes can be used with the automatic
detection function: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5,
B5R, 8-1/2" x 13"
Same as multi purpose drawer
Plain paper (Refer to the next page for • 8-1/2" x 11", A4
applicable plain papers.)
Paper weight
16 to 28 lbs. or
60 to 105g/m²
16 to 34 lbs. or
60 to 128g/m²
See the
remarks for
special paper
on the next
page.
16 to 28 lbs. or
60 to 105g/m²
16 to 28 lbs. or
60 to 105g/m²
A. Applicable plain paper
For satisfactory results, plain paper must conform to the following requirements.
Paper in AB system
Paper in inch system
A5 to A3
5-1/2" x 8-1/2" to 11" x 17"
Plain paper
16 to 28 lbs. or 60 to 105g/m²
Recycled, colored, pre-punched, pre-printed and letterhead papers must conform to the same conditions as above.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MACHINE OPERATION 10 - 2
B. Applicable special paper
For satisfactory results, special paper must conform to the following requirements.
Special paper
Type
Thick paper
Transparency
film, labels, and
tracing paper
Postcards
Envelopes
Remarks
• For 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" to 8-1/2" x 11" or A5 to A4 sizes, thick paper ranging from 16 to 34 lbs. or 60 to
128g/m² can be used.
• For sizes larger than 8-1/2" x 11" or A4, thick paper ranging from 16 to 28 lbs. or 60 to 105g/m² can
be used.
• Other thick papers Index stock (65 lbs. or 176g/m²) can be used. Cover stock (110 lbs. or 200 to
205g/m²) can be used but only for 8-1/2" x 11", A4 paper in the portrait orientation.
• For 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" or A5 paper, the orientation must be landscape.
• Use SHARP recommended paper. Do not use labels other than SHARP recommended labels.
Doing so may leave adhesive residue in the machine, causing paper misfeeds, smudges on prints
or other machine trouble.
• Japanese official postcards can be used.
• Applicable standard envelopes: COM-10, Monarch, DL, C5, ISO B5, CHOKEI 3
• Envelopes can only be fed from the tray 2.
Applicable paper stock weight for envelopes is 20 to 23 lbs. or 75 to 90g/m².
5. Printing onto envelopes
2) Lower the two fusing unit pressure adjusting levers marked A
and B in the illustration.
• Do not use envelopes that have metal clasps, plastic snaps,
string closures, windows, linings, self-adhesive patches or synthetic materials. Attempting to print on these may cause misfeeds, inadequate toner adherence or other trouble.
A
B
• Creases or smudging may occur. This is especially true of
embossed surfaces and other irregular surfaces.
• Under high humidity and temperature conditions the glue flaps
on some envelopes may become sticky and be sealed closed
when printed.
Normal position
• Use only envelopes which are flat and crisply folded. Curled or
poorly formed envelopes may be poorly printed or may cause
misfeeds.
A. Fusing unit pressure adjusting levers
When feeding envelopes from the multi purpose drawer, damage
to the envelopes or smudges on prints may occur even if envelopes within specification are used. In this case, the problem may
be reduced by shifting the fusing unit pressure adjusting levers
from the normal position to the lower pressure position. Follow the
procedure below.
NOTE: Be sure to return the lever to the normal position when finished feeding
Lower pressure position
A: Rear side of
fusing unit
B: Front side of
fusing unit
3) Gently close the duplex module.
If the machine is not equipped with a duplex module, close the
side cover.
envelopes. If not, inadequate toner adherence, paper misfeeds or other
trouble may occur.
1) Unlatch the duplex module and slide it to the left.
Unlatch the module and gently move the module away from
the machine. If the machine is not equipped with a duplex
module, open the side cover similarly.
MX-M350/M450 N/U MACHINE OPERATION 10 - 3
6. Printer setting
A. System settings
Administrator password
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
DEFAULT SETTINGS
PROHIBIT NOTICE PAGE PRINTING
PRINT DENSITY LEVEL
PROHIBIT TEST PAGE PRINTING
A4/LETTER SIZE AUTO CHANGE
INTERFACE SETTINGS
HEXADECIMAL DUMP MODE
I/O TIMEOUT
ENABLE USB PORT
USB PORT EMULATION SWITCHING
ENABLE NETWORK PORT
NETWORK PORT EMULATION SWITCHING
PORT SWITCHING METHOD
PRINTER SETTINGS
NETWORK SETTINGS
IP ADDRESS SETTING
ENABLE TCP/IP
ENABLE NetWare
ENABLE EtherTalk
ENABLE NetBEUI
RESET THE NIC
TANDEM SETTING
PING COMMAND
(1) Printer settings
Hexadecimal dump mode
a. Default settings
This program is used to output the print data from a computer in
the hexadecimal dump format with corresponding characters
(ASCII). This program is used to check proper transmission of
print data from the computer to the printer.
These programs are used to adjust the settings of various printer
functions.
Prohibit notice page printing
Output example of hexadecimal dump mode
This program is used to disable notice page printing.
Normally this program is set to not print a notice page.
Print density level
This program is used to adjust the lightness or darkness of prints.
Five levels are provided for density adjustment. These are represented by numbers displayed on the touch panel. Among the displayed numbers, a smaller value indicates lighter density and a
larger value indicates a darker density.
Prohibit test page printing
This program is used to disable test page printing.
When the program is turned on, the PRINTER TEST PAGE in the
custom settings cannot be printed.
A4/letter size auto change
I/O timeout
This program is used to set the length of time to wait for an I/O to
complete a job on the parallel port or the network port. If the data
stream to the port does not transmit data for a length of time
exceeding the timeout, the job will cancel and the next job will start
processing.
The I/O timeout setting is used to set the amount of time after
which an I/O timeout will occur when waiting for print data.
If this program is set, and printing onto 8-1/2" x 11" size paper is
selected but not available, the printer will automatically substitute
A4 size paper in place of 8-1/2" x 11" paper if A4 paper is available.
Default setting: 20 seconds
∗ 8-1/2" x 11" paper cannot be automatically selected in place of
A4.
This program is used to enable or disable printing from the USB
port.
NOTE: When 8-1/2" x 11" size is specified for a document
attached to an E-mail that has been transmitted from a
foreign country and A4 size paper is not installed in the
printer, printing cannot be done without operator
intervention. If this program is set, printing will be
executed without intervention if a paper tray is loaded with
A4 paper.
Default setting: Enable
NOTE: The allowable range of the time is 1 to 999 seconds.
Enable USB port
USB port emulation switching
If the machine is connected using the USB port, select the emulated printer language.
The setting items are the same as those of "Parallel port emulation
switching".
(2) Interface settings
NOTE: It is recommended to set "AUTO" (default setting) unless
an error due to this setting occurs frequently.
These programs are used to control data transmitted to the parallel port, USB port or network port of this printer.
Enable network port
This program is used to enable or disable printing from the network port.
Default setting: Enable
MX-M350/M450 N/U MACHINE OPERATION 10 - 4
Network port emulation switching
Enable NetWare
This program is used to specify a printer language to emulate
when the printer is connected to a computer through the network
port.
When using this product in a network that uses the NetWare protocol, set this program.
Default setting: Enable
The setting items are the same as those of "Parallel port emulation
switching".
Enable EtherTalk
When using this product in a network that uses the EtherTalk protocol, set this program.
NOTE: It is recommended to set "AUTO" (default setting) unless
an error due to this setting occurs frequently.
Default setting: Enable
Port switching method
Enable NetBEUI
The machine can use the three ports shown below for printing.
This program is used to select when switching between ports will
take place. "SWITCH AT END OF JOB" or "SWITCH AFTER I/O
TIMEOUT" can be selected. When "SWITCH AT END OF JOB" is
selected, the port will be automatically selected after each print job
is completed. When "SWITCH AFTER I/O TIMEOUT" is selected,
the port will be automatically selected if the time set in the I/O Timeout program elapses.
When using this product in a network that uses the NetBEUI protocol, set this program.
Default setting: Enable
Reset the NIC
This program is used to reset all setting items of NIC (Network
Interface Card) of this product to the factory default settings.
NOTE: If any of the [NETWORK SETTINGS] were changed prior
to execution of this program, you must turn off the power
switch after exiting the key operator program, wait briefly,
and then turn on the power switch to make the factory
default settings take effect.
• USB port
• Network port
(2) Network settings
These programs are set when this product is used as a network
printer.
Tandem setting
After you complete the setting for one program, you must exit the
key operator programs, turn off the main switch, wait briefly, and
then turn on the main switch again before any other programs can
be set. The program that was set will be effective after the power is
turned on.
This setting is used to configure the IP address and port number of
the client printer when you wish to have two machines (which are
used as TCP/IP network printers) print in tandem.
NOTE: For setting and modification of "Network settings", be sure
to consult with the network administrator.
The factory default setting for the port number is [50001]. Unless
you experience difficulty with this setting, it does not need to be
changed.
Tandem printing is not possible if the other machine is a different
model than your machine.
IP address setting
The tandem function can also be prohibited, or the reception of
tandem data from the other machine can be prohibited. (Normally
this is not necessary.)
When using this product in a network that uses the TCP/IP protocol, use this program to set the IP address (IP address, IP subnet
mask, and IP gateway) of this product. The program is set to
ENABLE DHCP by factory default setting, which obtains the IP
address setting automatically. When using this product on a TCP/
IP network, be sure to turn on the "Enable TCP/IP" program below.
To prohibit the tandem function, select "DISABLING OF MASTER
MACHINE MODE".
To prohibit reception of tandem data from the other machine,
select "DISABLING OF SLAVE MACHINE MODE".
If DHCP is used, the IP address assigned to the machine may
be changed automatically on occasion.
If this happens, printing will not be possible.
NOTE: To use the tandem function when auditing mode is
enabled, the same account number must be entered on
both machines. If the same account number is not
entered, only the server machine may print or the printed
pages may not be added to the correct account.
Enable TCP/IP
When using this product in a network that uses the TCP/IP protocol, set this program. Also set the IP address using the program
"IP address setting" above.
PING command
This program is used to check if the machine and a computer connected to the network can communicate.
Default setting: Enable
Enter the IP address of the computer that you wish to check and
touch the [START] key. A message will appear indicating whether
or not there was a response from the computer.
B. Printer software, firmware diagram
Firmware
File Manager
TIFF
PDF
PostScript
PCL6(SPDL2)
PCL5e(SPDL)
Memory
Win95/Win98/WinMe/WinNT4.0/Win2K/WinXP
Application
GDI(Graphic Module)
Printer Driver
Status
Print Manager
Engine I/F Manager
Serial
ImageBus
PCU
Font
Roman
Kanji
PJL
AUTO
PostScript
PCL5e(SPDL)
PCL6(SPDL2)
Others
Adobe
PostScript
PPD
Host I/O Manager
PCI
USB
1284
Soft
NIC
USB
1284
Print Spooler
1284 Port
USB Port
Engine
MX-M350/M450 N/U MACHINE OPERATION 10 - 5
Ethernet Port
C. Configuration report (Test page)
Model name
MX-M350/M450 N/U MACHINE OPERATION 10 - 6
[11] TROUBLE CODES
Trouble
Contents
codes
F1 02 Finisher transport motor
abnormality
1. General
When a trouble occurs in the machine or when the life of a consumable part is nearly expired or when the life is expired, the
machine detects and displays it on the display section. This allows
the user and the serviceman to take the suitable action. In case of
a trouble, this feature notifies the occurrence of a trouble and
stops the machine to minimize the damage.
1) Securing safety. (The machine is stopped on detection of a
trouble.)
2) The damage to the machine is minimized. (The machine is
stopped on detection of a trouble.)
3) By displaying the trouble content, the trouble position can be
quickly identified. (This allows to perform an accurate repair,
improving the repair efficiency.)
4) Preliminary warning of running out of consumable parts allows
to arrange for new parts in advance of running out. (This
avoids stopping of the machine due to running out the a consumable part.)
2. Trouble codes list
Trouble
Contents
codes
C1 00 MC trouble
E6 11 CSI shading trouble (White
correction)
14 CIS communication trouble
E7 01 System data trouble
02 Laser trouble
03 HDD trouble
When the
scanner is
installed
When the
scanner is
installed
With HDD
installed
ICU
PCU
ICU
SCANNER
50
60
80
90
00
08 Finisher staple shift motor
trouble
10 Finisher stapler motor trouble
Console finisher stapler
motor trouble
11 Finisher bundle exit motor
trouble
Console finisher bundle exit
motor trouble
15 Finisher lift motor trouble
11
17
06 Console finisher slide motor
trouble
SCANNER
ICU
SCANNER
When the
scanner is
installed
Shading trouble (White
When the
correction all pixel
scanner is
adjustment)
installed
CCD communication trouble When the
scanner is
installed
SPF scanning position
adjustment trouble (Detected
only when executing an
adjustment SIM.)
LSU connection trouble
Controller skating trouble
Communication trouble (ICU When the
detection) between ICU and scanner is
scanner
installed
Communication trouble (ICU When the
detection) between ICU and scanner is
PCU
installed
Finisher communication
With
trouble
Finisher
installed
Mail-bin stacker
With Mail
communication trouble
bin stacker
installed
03 Console finisher paddle
motor trouble
12 Mail-bin stacker gate trouble
06 Decode error trouble
10 Shading trouble (Black
correction)
14
F1
Remark
Trouble
detection
PCU
SCANNER
Mail-bin stacker transport
motor abnormality
SCANNER
Console finisher lift motor
trouble
19 Finisher front alignment
motor trouble
Console finisher front
alignment motor trouble
20 Finisher rear alignment
motor trouble
Console finisher rear
alignment motor trouble
30 Console finisher
communication trouble
PCU
ICU
ICU
PCU
PCU
31 Console finisher fold sensor
trouble
32 Communication trouble
between the console finisher
and the punch unit.
33 Console finisher punch side
registration motor trouble
34 Console finisher punch motor
trouble
35 Console finisher punch side
registration sensor trouble
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 1
Remark
With
Finisher
installed
With Mail
bin stacker
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With
Finisher
installed
With
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Mail
bin stacker
installed
With
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
With Console
Finisher
installed
Trouble
detection
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
Trouble
detection
With Console PCU
Finisher
installed
Console finisher backup
With Console PCU
RAM trouble
Finisher
installed
With Console PCU
Console finisher punch
Finisher
backup RAM trouble
installed
Console finisher punch dust With Console PCU
Finisher
sensor trouble
installed
Console finisher punch
With Console PCU
power interruption trouble
Finisher
installed
Finisher power abnormality With Finisher PCU
installed
Mail-bin stacker power
With Mail bin PCU
abnormality
stacker
installed
With Console PCU
Console finisher transport
Finisher
motor abnormality
installed
Finisher staple rotation motor With Finisher
trouble
installed
Toner control sensor open/
PCU
sensor trouble
Toner supply abnormality
PCU
Improper cartridge (life cycle
PCU
error, etc.)
CRUM error
PCU
CRUM ID error
PCU
Process thermistor trouble
PCU
Machine no. 1 tray lift-up
PCU
trouble
Machine tray 2 lift-up trouble MultiPCU
purpose tray
Communication trouble (ICU When the
ICU
detection) between ICU and Fax board is
FAX
installed
FAX expansion flash memory When the
ICU
abnormality (ICU detection) Fax board is
installed
FAX modem operation
When the
FAX
abnormality
Fax board is
installed
FAX write protect cancel
When the
FAX
Fax board is
installed
FAX
Combination abnormality of When the
the TEL/LIU PWB and the
Fax board is
FAX soft switch
installed
FAX-BOX skating trouble
When the
FAX
Fax board is
installed
Combination error of the
When the
FAX
FAX-BOX destination
Fax board is
information and the machine installed
destination information
FAX board EEPROM read/
When the
FAX
write error
Fax board is
installed
Thermistor open (HL1)
PCU
Thermistor open (HL2)
PCU
Trouble
Contents
codes
F1 36 Console finisher punch
timing sensor trouble
37
38
39
40
80
81
87
F2
00
02
04
F3
05
06
39
12
22
F6
00
01
04
20
21
97
98
F7
01
H2 00
01
Remark
Trouble
Contents
Remark
codes
H3 00 Fusing section high
temperature trouble (HL1)
01 Fusing section high
temperature trouble (HL2)
H4 00 Fusing section low
temperature trouble (HL1)
01 Fusing section low
temperature trouble (HL2)
H5 01 5-time continuous POD1 notreaching jam detection
L1 00 Scanner feed trouble
When the
scanner is
installed
L3 00 Scanner return trouble
When the
scanner is
installed
L4 01 Main motor lock detection
02 Drum motor lock detection
30 Controller fan motor lock
detection
L6 10 Polygon motor lock detection
L8 01 No fullwave signal
02 Full wave signal width
abnormality
U1 01 FAX battery abnormality
With FAX
board
installed
02 RTC read abnormality
When the
(common with FAX, on ICU Fax board is
PWB)
installed
U2 00 EEPROM read/write error
(ICU)
11 Counter check sum error
(ICU)
12 Adjustment value check sum
error (ICU)
22 SRAM memory check sum
error (ICU)
23 SRAM memory individual
data check sum error (ICU)
50 HD section individual data
check sum error (ICU)
80 EEPROM read/write error
When the
(Scanner)
scanner is
installed
81 Memory check sum error
When the
(Scanner)
scanner is
installed
90 EEPROM read/write error
(PCU)
91 Memory check sum error
(PCU)
U6 00 Desk/LCC communication
With Paper
trouble
feed desk
installed
01 Desk/LCC No. 1 tray lift-up
With Paper
trouble
feed desk
installed
02 Desk No. 2 tray/LCC1 lift-up With Paper
trouble
feed desk
installed
03 Desk No. 3 tray/LCC2 lift-up With Paper
trouble
feed desk
installed
10 Desk/LCC transport motor
With Paper
trouble
feed desk
installed
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 2
Trouble
detection
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
SCANNER
SCANNER
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
Controller
ICU
Controller
Controller
Controller
ICU
SCANNER
SCANNER
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
Trouble
codes
U7 00
CH -00
01
02
EE EL
EU
PC
--
PF
--
--
--
Contents
RIC communication trouble
Door open (CH ON)
No developer cartridge
No toner cartridge
No drum cartridge
Auto developer adjustment
trouble (Over-toner)
Auto developer adjustment
trouble (Under-toner)
Personal counter not
installed
RIC copy inhibit signal is
received.
Auditor not ready
Remark
Only during
DIAG
Only during
DIAG
Trouble
detection
Controller
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
MAIN SUB
E7
01 Content
Detail
PCU
Controller
Controller
Controller
3. Details of trouble codes
MAIN SUB
C1
00 Content
Detail
E6
11
14
Details
MC trouble
Main charger output abnormality
(Output open)
Trouble signal is outputted from the
high voltage transformer.
Cause
The main charger is not installed
properly.
The main charger is not assembled
properly.
Disconnection of connector of high
voltage transformer.
High voltage harness disconnection or
breakage.
Check and Use the SIM 8-2 to check the main
remedy
charger output.
Check for disconnection of the main
charger.
Replace the high voltage unit.
Content
CSI shading trouble (White correction)
Details
The CIS white reference plate scan
level is abnormal when the lamp is on.
Cause
Abnormal harness installation to CIS
unit
Dirt on the white reference plate.
CIS lighting error
CIS unit installation trouble
CIS unit abnormality
Scanner PWB abnormality
Check &
Clean the white reference plate.
Remedy
Check CIS light quantity (SIM 5-3) and
lighting.
Check CIS unit harness.
Check scanner PWB.
Content
CIS communication trouble
Details
Communication trouble (clock sync)
between scanner PWB and CIS-ASIC
Cause
Abnormal harness installation to CIS
unit
CIS unit abnormality
Scanner PWB abnormality
Check &
Check CIS unit harness.
Remedy
Check CIS unit.
Check scanner PWB.
E7
02
03
Details
System data trouble
When in data storage/acquiring of the
HDD system area, the HDD responds
an error and does not respond for
30sec, it is judged as a trouble.
Cause
The HDD is not properly installed to the
ICU PWB.
The HDD does not work for the ICU
PWB.
ICU PWB abnormality
Check and Check installation of the HDD to the
remedy
ICU PWB.
Check harness connection of the HDD
from the ICU PWB.
Use SIM62-2, 3 to check the HDD
read/write.
Replace the HDD.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
Laser trouble
Detail
BD signal from LSU is kept OFF, or ON.
Cause
The connector of LSU or the harness in
LSU is disconnected or broken.
The polygon motor does not rotate
normally.
The laser home position sensor in LSU
is shifted.
The proper voltage is not supplied to
the power line for laser.
Laser emitting diode trouble
PCU PWB trouble
ICU PWB trouble
Check and Check for disconnection of the LSU
remedy
connector.
Use SIM 61-1 to check LSU operation.
Check that the polygon motor rotates
normally or not.
Check light emission of laser emitting
diode.
Replace the LSU unit.
Replace the PCU PWB.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
HDD trouble
Detail
HDD connection failure
If the HDD responds an error or does
not respond for 30sec, it is judged as
an error. (Other than the system area)
Data abnormality in the file
management area (when the cluster
chain is broken)
Cause
HDD is not installed properly to the ICU
PWB.
HDD does not operate properly in the
ICU PWB.
ICU PWB trouble
Check and Check installation of HDD to the ICU
remedy
PWB.
Check connection of the harness of
HDD to the ICU PWB.
Use SIM 62-2, -3 to check read/write of
HDD.
Replace HDD.
Replace ICU PWB.
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Decode error trouble
A decode error occurs during making of
an image.
Cause
Data error during input from PCI to PM.
PM trouble
Data error during image compression/
transfer.
ICU PWB abnormality
Check and Check insertion of the PWB. (PCI bus)
remedy
If the error occurred in a FAX job, check
installation of the FAX PWB.
For the other cases, check the ICU
PWB.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
Shading trouble (Black correction)
Details
CCD black scan level abnormality
when the copy lamp is off.
Cause
Abnormal installation of flat cable to
CCD unit.
CCD unit abnormality
Scanner PWB abnormality
Check &
Check installation of CCD unit flat
Remedy
cable.
Check CCD unit.
Check scanner PWB.
Content
Shading trouble (White correction all
pixel adjustment)
Details
CCD white reference plate scan level
abnormality when the copy lamp is ON.
Cause
Abnormal installation of flat cable to
CCD unit.
Dirt on mirror, lens, white reference
plate
Copy lamp lighting abnormality
Abnormal installation of CCD unit
CCD unit abnormality
Scanner PWB abnormality
Check &
Clean mirror, lens, and white reference
Remedy
plate.
Check copy lamp light quantity (SIM 53) and lighting.
Check CCD unit.
Check scanner PWB.
Content
CCD communication trouble
Details
Communication trouble (clock sync)
between scanner PWB and CCD-ASIC
Cause
Abnormal installation of harness to
CCD unit
CCD unit abnormality
Scanner PWB abnormality
Check &
Check CCD unit harness.
Remedy
Check CCD unit.
Check scanner PWB.
Content
SPF scanning position adjustment
trouble (Detected only when executing
an adjustment SIM.)
Details
The black Mylar which serves as the
reference of the SPF scanning position
is not detected.
Cause
Black Mylar installing failure on the
SPF side
Check &
Check the SPF black Mylar.
Remedy
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LSU connection trouble
An LSU which does not conform to the
machine is installed.
Cause
LSU connection trouble
PCU PWB trouble
LSU trouble
Check and Check LSU PWB. Check PCU PWB.
remedy
Check connection of the connector and
the harness between PCU and LSU.
Content
Controller skating trouble
Detail
Occurrence of an error in controller
skating check
Cause
Discrepancy in the combination of the
controller PWB and the ROM
Check and Check the controller PWB.
remedy
Check the combination of the controller
PWB and the ROM.
Content
Communication trouble (ICU detection)
between ICU and scanner
Details
Communication establishment error/
Fleming/Parity/Protocol error
Cause
Defective connection of slave unit PWB
connector
Defective harness between slave unit
PWB and ICU PWB
Slave unit PWB mother board
connector pin breakage
Check &
Check connector and harness of slave
Remedy
unit PWB and ICU PWB.
Check grounding of machine.
Content
Communication trouble (ICU detection)
between ICU and PCU
Details
Communication establishment error/
Fleming/Parity/Protocol error
Cause
Defective connection of slave unit PWB
connector
Defective harness between slave unit
PWB and ICU PWB
Slave unit PWB mother board
connector pin breakage
Check &
Check connector and harness of slave
Remedy
unit PWB and ICU PWB.
Check grounding of machine.
Content
Finisher communication trouble
Detail
Communication cable test error after
turning on the power or exiting from
SIM.
Communication error with the finisher
Cause
Improper connection or disconnection
of connectors and harness between
the machine and the finisher.
Finisher control PWB trouble
Control PWB (PCU) trouble
Malfunction by noises
Check and Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
remedy
power.
Check connectors and harness in the
communication line.
Replace the finisher control PWB or
PCU PWB.
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Detail
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Mail-bin stacker communication trouble
Communication cable test error after
turning on the power or exiting from
SIM.
Communication error with the Mail-bin
stacker.
Cause
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness between the
machine and the Mail-bin stacker.
Mail-bin stacker control PWB trouble
Control PWB (PCU) trouble
Malfunction by noises
Check and Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
remedy
power.
Check harness and connector in the
communication line.
Replace the Mail-bin stacker PWB or
PCU PWB.
Content
Finisher transport motor abnormality
Detail
Transport motor drive trouble
Cause
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Motor RPM abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Finisher control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM 3-3 to check the transport
remedy
motor operation.
Content
Mail-bin stacker transport motor
abnormality
Detail
Transport motor trouble
Cause
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Mail-bin stacker control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM3-21 to check the transport
remedy
motor operation.
Content
Console finisher paddle motor trouble
Detail
Paddle motor operation abnormality
Cause
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
remedy
operation.
Content
Console finisher slide motor trouble
Detail
Slide motor operation abnormality
Cause
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
remedy
operation.
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Cause
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Cause
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Cause
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remedy
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Detail
Cause
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remedy
11
Content
Detail
Cause
12
Check and
remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 5
Details
Finisher staple shift motor trouble
Staple motor drive trouble
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check operations of the
staple motor.
Finisher stapler motor trouble
Stapler motor operation abnormality
Motor lock
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Console finisher stapler motor trouble
Stapler motor operation abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Finisher bundle exit motor trouble
Bundle exit motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM 3-3 to check the bundle exit
motor operation and the paddle
solenoid operation, or use SIM 3-2 to
check the boomerang rotations sensor.
Console finisher bundle exit motor
trouble
Bundle exit motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Mail-bin stacker gate trouble
Gate operation abnormality
Gate lock
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the solenoid.
Mail-bin stacker control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-21 to check the transport
gate operation.
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Cause
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remedy
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Detail
Cause
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remedy
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Detail
Cause
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remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
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remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
20
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remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
Details
Finisher lift motor trouble
Lift motor operation abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the lift motor
operation.
Console finisher lift motor trouble
Lift motor operation abnormality
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Upper/lower limit sensor trouble
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Finisher front alignment motor trouble
Front alignment motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Console finisher front alignment motor
trouble
Front alignment motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Finisher rear alignment motor trouble
Rear alignment motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Console finisher rear alignment motor
trouble
Rear alignment motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
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Cause
Check and
remedy
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Detail
Cause
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Detail
Cause
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Detail
Cause
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Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
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Details
Console finisher communication
trouble
Communication cable test error after
turning on the power or exiting from
SIM.
Communication error with the console
finisher
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness between the
machine and the console finisher.
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Control PWB (PCU) trouble
Malfunction by noises
Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
power.
Check connectors and harness in the
communication line.
Replace the console finisher control
PWB or PCU PWB.
Console finisher fold sensor trouble
Sensor input value abnormality
Sensor breakage
harness breakage
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-2 to check the sensor
operation.
Communication trouble between the
console finisher and the punch unit.
Communication err between the
console finisher and the punch unit.
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness between the
console finisher and the punch unit.
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Control PWB (PCU) trouble
Malfunction by noise
Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
power.
Check connectors and harness in the
communication line.
Replace the console finisher control
PWB.
Console finisher punch side
registration motor trouble
Punch side registration motor operation
abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Console finisher punch motor trouble
Punch motor operation abnormality
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Console finisher punch side
registration sensor trouble
Sensor input value abnormality
Sensor breakage
Harness disconnection
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-2 to check the sensor
operation.
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Console finisher punch timing sensor
trouble
Detail
Sensor input value abnormality
Cause
Sensor breakage
Harness disconnection
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM3-2 to check the sensor
remedy
operation.
Content
Console finisher backup RAM trouble
Detail
Backup RAM contents are disturbed.
Cause
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Malfunction by noise
Check and Replace the console finisher control
remedy
PWB.
Content
Console finisher punch backup RAM
trouble
Detail
Punch unit backup RAM contents are
disturbed.
Cause
Punch control PWB trouble
Malfunction by noise
Check and Replace the punch control PWB.
remedy
Content
Console finisher punch dust sensor
trouble
Detail
Punch dust sensor detection trouble
Cause
When the punch dust sensor is not
normally detected.
Check and Sensor breakage
remedy
Harness disconnection
Punch control PWB trouble
Content
Console finisher punch power
interruption trouble
Detail
When power interruption of the punch
unit is detected
Cause
Though 24V is supplied to the punch
unit, the punch unit detects power
interruption.
Check and Harness disconnection
remedy
Punch control PWB trouble
Content
Finisher power abnormality
Detail
The 24V power is not supplied to the
finisher PWB.
Cause
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness
Finisher control PWB trouble
Power unit trouble
Check and Use SIM3-2 to check the sensor.
remedy
Content
Mail-bin stacker power abnormality
Detail
The 24V power is not supplied to the
Mail-bin stacker PWB.
Cause
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness
Mail-bin stacker control PWB trouble
Power unit trouble
Check and Use SIM3-20 to check the sensor
remedy
operation.
Content
Console finisher transport motor
abnormality
Detail
Transport motor trouble
Cause
Motor lock
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Console finisher control PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
remedy
operation.
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Cause
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Detail
Cause
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Detail
Cause
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remedy
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Detail
Cause
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Details
Finisher staple rotation motor trouble
Front staple rotation motor trouble
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Home position sensor abnormality
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Finisher control PWB trouble
Use SIM3-3 to check the motor
operation.
Toner control sensor open/sensor
trouble
Toner control sensor output open
Connector harness trouble
Connector disconnection
Sensor trouble
Check connection of the toner control
sensor.
Check connection of connector and
harness to the main PWB.
Check for disconnection of harness.
Replace the sensor.
Toner supply abnormality
Toner control sensor output value
becomes under-toner too earlier.
Connector harness trouble
Toner concentration sensor trouble
Toner cartridge trouble
Check connection of the connector in
the toner motor section.
Check connection of connector and
harness to the main PWB.
Check for disconnection of harness.
Toner concentration sensor output
check SIM25-1.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Improper cartridge (life cycle error, etc.)
An improper process cartridge is
inserted.
IC chip trouble
Improper cartridge
Insert a proper cartridge.
Check and
remedy
Content
CRUM error
Detail
Communication with IC chip cannot be
made.
Cause
IC chip trouble
IC chip contact failure
Improper cartridge
Check and Insert a proper cartridge.
remedy
Is the cartridge installed properly?
Content
CRUM ID error
Detail
IC chip trouble
Cause
Improper cartridge
Check and Insert a proper cartridge.
remedy
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Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
58
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
F3
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Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
F3
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Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
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Details
Cause
Check &
Remedy
Details
Process thermistor trouble
Output value abnormality of the
temperature sensor of temperature/
humidity sensor
Temperature/humidity sensor
abnormality
Temperature/humidity sensor harness
connection failure
PCU PWB trouble
Check connection of the harness and
the connector of the temperature/
humidity sensor.
Replace the temperature/humidity
sensor.
Check PCU PWB.
Process humidity sensor breakdown
Process humidity sensor open or short
Temperature/humidity sensor harness
connection failure
Temperature/humidity sensor
abnormality
PCU PWB trouble
Check connection of the harness and
the connector of the temperature/
humidity sensor.
Replace the temperature/humidity
sensor.
Check PCU PWB.
Machine no. 1 tray lift-up trouble
LUD does not turn ON in the specified
time.
LUD trouble
No. 1 tray lift-up trouble
Check connection of harness between
the PCVU PWB, lift-up unit, and paper
feed unit.
Check LUD, and their harness and
connectors.
Check the lift-up unit.
Machine tray 2 lift-up trouble
MCLUD does not turn ON in the
specified time.
MCLUD trouble
No. 2 tray lift-up motor trouble
Harness disconnection f the PCU
PWB, the lift-up unit, and the paper
feed unit.
Check MCLUD, and their harness and
connectors.
Check the lift-up unit.
Communication trouble (ICU detection)
between ICU and FAX
Communication establishment error/
Fleming/Parity/Protocol error
Slave unit PWB connector
disconnection
Harness abnormality between slave
unit PWB and ICU PWB.
Slave unit PWB mother board
connector pin breakage
Slave unit ROM abnormality/No ROM/
Reverse insertion of ROM/ROM pin
breakable
Check connector harness between
slave unit PWB and ICU PWB.
Check grounding of machine.
Check slave unit PWB ROM.
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Details
Cause
Check &
Remedy
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Content
Details
Cause
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Remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
Details
FAX expansion flash memory
abnormality (ICU detection)
Flash memory cannot be deleted.
Flash memory cannot be deleted.
Check the FAX image storage Flash
memory.
Use SIM 66-10 to clear the flash
memory.
FAX modem operation abnormality
FAX PWB modem chip operation
abnormality
Modem chip operation abnormality in
FAX PWB
Replace FAX PWB.
FAX write protect cancel
The write protect JP is released.
The write protect JP is set to “write
allow.”
FAX interface PWB trouble
FAX PWB trouble
Check and Check the write protect JP.
remedy
Replace the FAX PWB. Replace the
FAX interface PWB.
Content
Combination abnormality of the TEL/
LIU PWB and the FAX soft switch
Detail
Combination abnormality of the TEL/
LIU PWB and the FAX PWB
information (soft switch)
Or the TEL/LIU PWB is not a new one
for new MDMC PWB.
Cause
The destination of the installed TEL/LIU
PWB differs.
The FAX PWB information (soft switch)
differs.
TEL/LIU PWB trouble
Check and Check the destination of the TEL/LIU
remedy
PWB.
Check the FAX PWB information (soft
switch).
Replace the TEL/LIU PWB.
Content
FAX-BOX skating trouble
The FAX-BOX PWB is not one for the
AR-FX12. (FAX detection)
Detail
The FAX-BOX MODEM controller is not
one for the AR-FX12.
Cause
The FAX-BOX Modem controller PWB
information (hard detection) is not for
the AR-FX12. (The Modem controller
PWB for the AR-FX5 or the AR-FX6 is
used.)
Check and Check the FAX-BOX modem controller
remedy
PWB.
Replace it with a modem controller
PWB for the AR-FX12.
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Details
Combination error of the FAX-BOX
destination information and the
machine destination information
Detail
Combination error of the FAX-BOX
destination information and the
machine destination information
Cause
Because of improper combination
between the destination information
stored in the EEPROM on the FAXBOX PWB and that of the machine (set
with SIM 26-6).
Check and Check the destination of the FAX-BOX.
remedy
Check the machine destination with
SIM 26-6.
Use a proper combination of the
machine and the FAX-BOX.
01 Content
FAX board EEPROM read/write error
Details
EEPROM access error (read/write)
Cause
EEPROM trouble
FAX PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check &
When replacing the EEPROM, use
Remedy
SIM66-4/5 (Signal send level) and
SIM66-14/15/16 (Dial test) for
adjustment. However, note that all the
soft switches are reset to the initial
values.
No need to adjust when the PWB is
replaced.
00··· Content
Thermistor open
HL1
Fusing unit not installed
Detail
Thermistor is open.
01···
(An input voltage of 2.92V or above is
HL2
detected.)
Fusing unit not installed
Cause
Thermistor trouble
Control PWB trouble
Fusing section connector
disconnection
AC power trouble
Fusing unit not installed
Check and Check harnesses and connectors from
remedy
the thermistor to the control PWB.
Use SIM14 to clear the self diag
display.
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HL1
Detail
01···
HL2
H4
Details
Fusing section high temperature
trouble
The fusing temperature exceeds
242°C. (An input voltage of 0.27V or
above is detected.)
Fusing temperature control is started,
and 242°C is detected three or more
times continuously in sampling in the
specified interval. (Every 300msec)
Cause
Thermistor trouble
Control PWB trouble
Fusing section connector
disconnection
AC power trouble
Check and Use SIM5-2 to check the heater lamp
remedy
Blinking operation.
If the heater lamp blinks normally:
Check the thermistor and its
harness.
Check the thermistor input circuit in
the control PWB.
If the heater lamp keep lighting:
Check the AC PWB and the lamp
control circuit in the control PWB.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble
Fusing section low temperature trouble
00··· Content
HL1 Detail
The set temperature is not reached
within the specified time (3 min) after
01···
turning on the power relay, or the
HL2
temperature does not reach 80°C
within 80 sec.
When the heater lamp is not turned off
in the specified time (3 min) from
starting warm-up, or the temperature
does not reach 80°C within 80 sec.
After completion of warm-up operation,
a temperature 50°C lower than the
temperature control level is detected 5
times continuously in sampling in the
specified interval. (every 300msec)
Cause
Thermistor trouble
Heater lamp trouble
Control PWB trouble
Thermostat trouble
AC power trouble
Interlock switch trouble
Check and Use SIM5-2 to check the heater lamp
remedy
Blinking operation.
If the heater lamp blinks normally:
Check the thermistor and its
harness.
Check the thermistor input circuit in
the control PWB.
If the heater lamp does not light:
Check for heater lamp disconnection
and thermostat disconnection.
Check the interlock switch.
Check the AC PWB and the lamp
control circuit in the control PWB.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble.
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L4
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02
Details
5-time continuous POD1 not-reaching
jam detection
Detail
5-time continuous POD1 not-reaching
jam detection
Cause
A fusing section jam is not properly
removed. (Jam paper remains.)
POD1 sensor trouble, or harness
disconnection
Improper installation of fusing unit
Check and Check jam paper in the fusing section.
remedy
(winding, etc.)
Check POD1 sensor harness, and
check the fusing unit installation.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble.
Content
Scanner feed trouble
Details
Scanner feed is not completed within
the specified time.
Cause
Scanner unit abnormality
Scanner wire disconnection
Check &
Check scanning with SIM 1-1.
Remedy
Content
Scanner return trouble
Details
Scanner return is not completed within
the specified time.
Cause
Scanner unit abnormality
Scanner wire disconnection
Check &
Check scanning with SIM 1-1.
Remedy
Content
Main motor lock detection
Detail
The motor lock signal is detected for
1.5sec during rotation of the main
motor.
Cause
main motor trouble
Check connection of harness between
the PCU PWB and the main motor.
Control circuit trouble
Check and Use SIM25-1 to check the main motor
remedy
operation.
Check harness and connector between
the PCU PWB and the main motor.
Content
Drum motor lock detection
Detail
The motor lock signal is detected for
1.5sec during rotation of the drum
motor.
Cause
Drum motor trouble
Improper connection of harness
between the PCU PWB and the drum
motor.
Control circuit trouble
Check and Use SIM6-1 to check the drum motor
remedy
operation.
Check harness and connector between
the PCU PWB and the drum motor.
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Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
L6
10
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
L8
01
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
02
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
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Details
Controller fan motor lock detection
The motor lock signal is detected
during rotation of the controller fan
motor.
The motor lock signal is detected
during rotation of the HDD fan motor.
Fan motor trouble
Improper connection of the harness
between the controller PWB and the
fan motor.
Control circuit trouble
Use SIM 6-2 to check the fan motor
operation.
Check the harness and the connector
between the controller PWB and the
fan motor.
Polygon motor lock detection
It is judged that the polygon motor lock
signal is not outputted.
Lock signal is checked in the interval of
10sec after starting the polygon motor,
and it is judged that the polygon motor
does not rotate normally.
The LSU connector or harness in the
LSU is disconnected or broken.
Polygon motor trouble
Use SIM61-1 to check the polygon
motor operation.
Check connector and harness
connection.
Replace LSU.
No fullwave signal
Full wave signal is not detected.
The PCU PWB connector or the power
unit harness is disconnected or broken.
PCU PWB trouble
12V power source trouble
Check connection of the harness and
connector.
Replace PCU PWB.
Replace the power unit.
Replace the controller connection
mother board.
Full wave signal width abnormality
It is judged as full wave signal
frequency abnormality.
(When the detection cycle is judged as
69Hz or above or 42.5Hz or below)
The connector or harness of the PCU
PWB and the power PWB is
disconnected.
PCU PWB trouble
Power unit trouble
Check connection of the harness and
connector.
Replace the PCU PWB.
Replace the power unit.
MAIN SUB
U1
01 Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
02
Content
Details
Cause
Check &
Remedy
U2
00
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
U2
11
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
12
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
Details
FAX battery abnormality
FAX backup SRAM battery voltage fall
Battery life
Battery circuit abnormality
Check that the battery voltage is about
2.5V or above.
Check the battery circuit.
RTC read abnormality
(common with FAX, on ICU PWB)
The value read from RTC on ICU PWB
is [EE]h (abnormal).
RTC circuit abnormality
Battery voltage fall
Battery circuit abnormality
Set the time again with key operation,
and check that time advances properly.
Check RTC circuit.
Check that battery voltage is about
2.5V or above.
Check battery circuit.
EEPROM read/write error (ICU)
EEPROM write error
EEPROM trouble
EEPROM is not initialized.
ICU PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check that EEPROM is properly
inserted.
Save the counter/adjustment values
with the simulation.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Counter check sum error (ICU)
Counter data area check sum error
EEPROM trouble
Control circuit trouble by noise
ICU PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check that EEPROM is properly
inserted.
Save the counter/adjustment values
with the DIAG simulation.
Use DIAG (SIM16) to cancel U2
trouble.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Adjustment value check sum error
(ICU)
Adjustment data area check sum error
EEPROM trouble
Control circuit trouble by noise
ICU PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check that EEPROM is properly
inserted.
Save the counter/adjustment values
with the simulation.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the ICU PWB.
MAIN SUB
U2
22 Content
Detail
23
U2
50
80
Details
SRAM memory check sum error (ICU)
MFPC section SRAM memory check
sum error
Cause
SRAM trouble
Control circuit runaway due to noises
ICU PWB SRAM access circuit trouble
Check and Initialize the communication
remedy
management table registered in the
SRAM and the FAX soft switch.
Since the registered data are deleted,
register the data again.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
SRAM memory individual data check
sum error (ICU)
Detail
Check sum error for every data in the
SRAM memory of the MFPC section
(Communication management table,
sender registration data, etc.)
Cause
SRAM trouble
Control circuit runaway due to noises
ICU PWB SRAM access circuit trouble
Check and Automatically initialize the data related
remedy
to the check sum error by turning OFF/
ON the power.
Since the registered data are deleted,
register the data again.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
HD section individual data check sum
error (ICU)
Detail
Check sum error for every individual
data in HD of the MFPC section (Onetouch, Group, Program, etc.)
Cause
HDD write/read error
Control circuit runaway due to noises
ICU PWB HD access circuit trouble
Check and Automatically initialize the data related
remedy
to the check sum error by turning OFF/
ON the power.
Since the registered data are deleted,
register the data again.
Use SIM 16 to cancel the U2 trouble.
Replace the HD PWB.
Replace the ICU PWB.
Content
EEPROM read/write error (Scanner)
Details
Scanner EEPROM write error
Cause
EEPROM abnormality
Scanner PWB EEPROM access circuit
abnormality
Check &
Check that EEPROM is set properly.
Remedy
Record counter/adjustment values with
the simulation to protect the data from
being deleted.
Cancel U2 trouble with SIM 16.
Replace scanner PWB.
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 11
MAIN SUB
U2
81 Content
Details
Cause
Check &
Remedy
90
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
91
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
U6
00
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
01
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
Details
Memory check sum error (Scanner)
Scanner memory check sum error
EEPROM trouble
EEPROM which is not initialized is
installed.
Control circuit freeze by noises
Scanner PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check that EEPROM is set properly.
Record counter/adjustment values with
the simulation to protect the data from
being deleted.
Cancel U2 trouble with SIM 16.
Replace scanner PWB.
EEPROM read/write error (PCU)
PCU EEPROM write error
EEPROM trouble
PCU PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Check that EEPROM is properly
inserted.
Record counter/adjustment values with
the simulation to protect the data from
being deleted.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the Controller PWB.
Memory check sum error (PCU)
PCU memory check sum error
EEPROM trouble
EEPROM which is not initialized is
installed.
EEPROM is not initialized.
PCU PWB EEPROM access circuit
trouble
Hang of control circuit due to noises
Check that EEPROM is properly
inserted.
Save the counter/adjustment values
with the simulation.
Use SIM16 to cancel U2 trouble.
Replace the Controller PWB.
Desk/LCC communication trouble
Desk/LCC communication error
Communication cable test error after
turning on the power or exiting SIM.
Improper connection or disconnection
of connector and harness
Desk control PWB trouble
Control PWB (PCU) trouble
Noise or interference
Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
power.
Check connection of the harness and
connector in the communication line.
Desk/LCC No. 1 tray lift-up trouble
Desk/LCC No. 1 tray lift-up trouble
Sensor trouble
Tray trouble
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Desk control PWB trouble
Lift-up motor trouble
Use SIM4-2 to check the upper limit
sensor detection.
Use SIM4-3 to check the lift-up motor
operation.
MAIN SUB
U6
02 Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
03
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
10
Content
Detail
Cause
U7
00
Check and
remedy
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
EE
EL
Content
Detail
Cause
Check and
remedy
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 12
Details
Desk No. 2 tray/LCC1 lift-up trouble
Desk No. 2 tray/LCC lift-up trouble
Sensor trouble
Tray trouble
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Desk control PWB trouble
Lift-up motor trouble
Use SIM4-2 to check the upper limit
sensor detection.
Use SIM4-3 to check the lift-up motor
operation.
Desk No. 3 tray/LCC2 lift-up trouble
Desk no. 3 tray lift-up trouble
Sensor trouble
Tray trouble
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Desk control PWB trouble
Lift-up motor trouble
Use SIM4-2 to check the upper limit
sensor detection.
Use SIM4-3 to check the lift-up motor
operation.
Desk/LCC transport motor trouble
Desk/LCC transport motor operation
trouble
Motor lock
Drive abnormality
Defective connection or disconnection
between the PWB and the motor.
Motor rpm abnormality
Overcurrent to the motor
Desk control PWB trouble
Use SIM4-3 to check the transport
motor operation.
RIC communication trouble
RIC communication trouble
Communication cable test error after
turning on the power or exiting SIM.
Disconnection of connector and
harness
RTC control PWB trouble
Control PWB (ICU) trouble
Noise or interference
Canceled by turning OFF/ON the
power.
Check connector and harness in the
communication line.
Auto developer adjustment trouble
(Over-toner)
The toner concentration output is
detected as 1.5V or below in the auto
development adjustment.
Toner concentration sensor trouble
Charging voltage, developing voltage
abnormality
Insufficient toner concentration
Developing unit trouble
PCU PWB trouble
Use SIM25-2 to perform auto developer
adjustment.
MAIN SUB
EE
EU Content
PF
00
Details
Auto developer adjustment trouble
(Under-toner)
Detail
The toner concentration output is
detected as 3.5V or above in the auto
development adjustment.
Cause
Insufficient toner concentration
Charging voltage, developing voltage
abnormality
Insufficient toner concentration
Developing unit trouble
PCU PWB trouble
Check and Use SIM25-2 to perform auto developer
remedy
adjustment.
Content
RIC copy inhibit signal is received.
Detail
Copy inhibit command from RIM (host)
is received.
Cause
Judged by the host.
Check and Inform to the host.
remedy
(2) Power ON trouble detection function
• When the power is turned on, if the stored trouble is H3, H4, H5,
U1, U2, PF, or U6 (sub code 2, 3), it is immediately judged as a
trouble.
∗ E7-50 and 60 are not judged as a storing trouble, (Detected
every time when the power is turned on.)
Trouble code
Storing
Trouble cancel command
simulation
H3, H4, H5
PCU
SIM 14
U1
ICU
SIM 13
U2
Each block
SIM 16
PF
ICU
SIM 17
U6-2, 3
PCU
SIM 15
(3) Basic flow of countermeasures
Monitors the machine
conditions.
Detects/analyzes
the content.
4. Other related items
(1) Self diag operation
The machine always monitors its own status. When it detects any
abnormality or a status which requires warning, it performs the self
diag operation to display the trouble or warning message as follows:
Warning
Trouble
Content
This message is displayed to warn
mainly the user to inform that a
consumable part is near life, etc. It is
no direct relation with machine
troubles.
Machine
operation
The machine operation may be
stopped and may be not.
Message
clear
The message may be automatically
cleared by replacement or supply of
the consumable part, or may be
cleared by the specified simulation
operation.
Content
This message is a trouble message
related to a machine trouble.
Machine
operation
The machine operation is stopped.
Message
clear
This message may be automatically
cleared by repairing the trouble, or
may be cleared by the specified
simulation operation.
Warning
Trouble/Warning
Trouble
The machine is stopped.
The content is displayed.
Trouble/Warning
Warning
Trouble
Troubleshoot the cause.
Repair
Cancel the selfdiagnostic message with
the diagnostics
(test commands).
Reset
Standby state
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 13
A consumable
part has reached
its lifetime.
YES
Replace or supply
the consumable part.
NO
(4) List of trouble modes
● Troubles where the machine can be operated under some conditions
When a trouble occurs, the dialogue is displayed and OK button is added to the trouble message.
Trouble content
Scanner section breakdowns (Mirror
motor, lens, copy lamp)
FAX board breakdown
FAX power OFF
Network error
Staple breakdown
Paper feed tray breakdown
PCU section breakdowns (Motor,
fusing section, etc.)
After-process breakdown
Laser breakdown
HDD breakdown
CCD breakdowns (Shading, etc.)
CIS breakdowns (Shading, etc.)
Scanner communication trouble
PCU communication trouble
FAX backup battery voltage fall
HDD registration data sum error
Thermistor trouble (trouble history)
Judgment
block
Scanner
ICU/FAX
ICU
ICU
PCU
PCU
Trouble code
L1, L3, U2 (80, 81)
F6, F7
CE
F1 (10)
F3, U6 (LCC)
C1, C2, C3, H2, H3, H4,
PCU
H5, L4 (excluding L4-30),
L8, U2 (90, 91), F2
PCU
F1
PCU
E7 (02 only), L6
ICU
E7 (03)
Scanner E7 (10, 11, 14)
Scanner E6 (10, 11, 14)
ICU
E7 (80)
ICU
E7 (90)
ICU
U1 (01, 02)
ICU
U2 (50)
PCU
F2 (39, 58)
Operation enable mode
Copy read
Notification
FAX Email FAX
List
(including
Print
to
send receive print
print
interrupt)
FASThost
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
∆2
∆3
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
✕
✕
❍
∆2
∆3
❍
❍
❍
∆2
∆3
❍
❍
❍
∆2
∆3
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
✕
✕
✕
❍
∆5
✕
✕
✕
∆6
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
✕
✕
∆6
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
✕
✕
∆6
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
∆5
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍
∆5
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍
∆5
✕
✕
❍
❍
❍
✕
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
● Troubles where the machine cannot be operated
When a trouble occurs, the dialogue is displayed. OK button is not added to the trouble massage, and only setting can be performed. The
message remains displayed until the trouble is canceled.
Trouble content
Memory
External communication disable
(RICA)
Image memory trouble, decode error
Skating check error
Controller fan motor trouble
Judgment
block
ICU
ICU
Trouble code
U2 (00, 11, 12, 22, 23)
U7, PF
ICU
E7 (01, 06)
ICU/PCU E7 (50, 60)
ICU
L4-30
Operation enable mode
Copy read
Notification
List
FAX Email FAX
(including
Print
to
send receive print
print
interrupt)
FASThost
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
❍
✕
✕
∗ For FAX communication, refer to the “(5) Communication specification when a trouble occurs.”
∗ The machine may be operated under some conditions.
∆1: When detected except when in a job, the machine can be
operated in the OC mode.
∆2: Can be operated except in the staple mode.
∆3: When detected except in a job, the machine can be operated
except with the breakdown tray.
∆4: Can be operated with some restriction on the image quality
depending on the destination. (Low density print)
∆5: When detected except in a job, can be operated except in the
trouble paper exit section.
∆6: When detected except in a job, can be operated in the single
surface scan mode.
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 14
(5) Communication specification when a trouble occurs
The image send/receive specifications when a trouble occurs are as shown below.
Trouble
Send
reservation
Print
FAX call
request
FAX
call-in
LAN
send
LAN
receive
❍
×
❍
❍ Note
❍
❍ Note
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
❍
❍
×
❍
×
×
∆6
❍
∆4
∆2
×
×
×
❍
❍
×
❍
❍
×
❍
×
❍
❍
×
❍
❍
×
❍ Note
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ Note
×
❍
❍
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
×
∆3
×
×
×
×
×
×
❍
×
× Note
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
×
×
❍Note
❍Note
❍Note
❍Note
❍Note
❍
×
× Note
×
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
×
×
×
❍ Note
❍ Note
❍ Note
❍ Note
❍ Note
❍
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
PCU breakdowns (Excluding C1,
C2, C3, H2, H3, H4, H5, L4, L8, U290, U2-91, and skating check error)
Scanner breakdowns (L1, L3, U280, U2-81)
F6, F7 (FAX breakdown)
F1 (Paper exit section breakdown)
F3, U6 (Paper feed tray breakdown)
E7 (01, 06) (ICU breakdown)
E7-02 (Laser breakdown)
E7-03 (HD breakdown)
E7 (10, 11, 14) (CCD breakdown)
E6 (10, 11, 14) (CIS breakdown)
E7-80 (Scanner communication
trouble)
E7-90 (PCU communication trouble)
E7 (50, 60) (Skating check error)
U2 (00, 11, 12, 22) (ICU memory
error)
U2 (22, 23) (SRAM check sum
error)
U2-50 (HD check sum error)
U7 (RIC external communication
disable), PF
U1 (Backup battery voltage fall)
L4-30 (Controller fan motor trouble)
Door open
Toner empty
Process cartridge uninstalled, etc.
Paper empty
Paper JAM
Document JAM
Simulation
Key operation (Communication
disable)
∆2: Enable except for the trouble tray
Precaution
There is a risk that the memory is full.
There is a risk that the memory is full.
Inhibition of use by a customer
having outstanding fee
Transfer enable
There is a risk that the memory is full.
There is a risk that the memory is full.
There is a risk that the memory is full.
There is a risk that the memory is full.
There is a risk that the memory is full.
∗ When, however, a paper feed tray trouble is detected during a job, the engine is stopped and printing is disabled.
∆3: The display goes to the FAX status check menu and the list can be printed.: The received document is outputted.
∆4: Paper exit is enabled except for the trouble paper exit tray
∗ When, however, a paper feed tray trouble is detected during a job, the engine is stopped and printing is disabled.
∆5: Only the operation related to image quality can be executed depending on the destination. (low density print)
∆6: The operation can be executed in the single surface scanning mode.
(6) Writing to the trouble memory
In case of a same trouble in this machine, selection is made with
the simulation to write into the trouble memory or not. If this simulation is set, any trouble is written into the trouble memory unconditionally.
(SIMULATION. 26-35)
0: A same trouble as the previous one is not written. (Default)
1: Any trouble is written into the trouble memory unconditionally.
MX-M350/M450 N/U TROUBLE CODES 11 - 15
[12] ROM VERSION-UP
2. Precautions
1. General
A. Relationship between each ROM and
version-up
A. Version-up target ROM's
The version-up target ROM's are listed in the table below.
The version-up procedures of the firmware of this machine is performed without disassembling the ROM from the machine. The
new program files are collectively written into the ROM's. Some
new programs can be written into an optional ROM.
If, however, the above procedure is failed by an accident such as
power interruption during the version-up procedure, use the ROM
copy socket on the MFP control PWB ROM to make version-up of
each ROM individually.
When performing ROM version-up, be sure to check the combination with the version of ROM installed in the other PWB's including
optional ones.
Some combinations of ROM versions may not operate the
machine properly.
3. Necessary items for Flash ROM
version-up
• A machine with ROM to be operated
ROM version-up is required in the following cases:
• A spare PCU PWB ROM, an MFP control PWB ROM (Boot,
Program), a scanner control PWB ROM (Each of which is provided with the program to allow operations.) (Used when writing
the program files into the ROM is failed.)
1) When improvement of performances is required.
• A PC operating with either of a USB or Ethernet port.
2) When installing a new spare part ROM for repair to the
machine.
• USB cable or Ethernet cable. (for connection of PC and MFP
control PWB)
3) When installing a new spare part PWB unit for repair with the
ROM installed.
• File2PRN.exe file (A file transfer tool for Ethernet, and USB protocols)
4) When there is a trouble in the ROM program and it must be
repaired.
• USB memory device (Supported format in FAT (12/16) only)
B. ROM version-up is required in the following
cases:
• Version-up program (compression) file
(The SFU file for writing a program to each ROM of the PCU PWB,
the MFP control PWB (boot, program), and the scanner control
PWB, or the SFU file for writing all the programs collectively.)
4. Flash ROM version-up method
A. Version-up procedure 1
Media
Adapter
Firmware.
Firmware.
+
USB Host
USB Memory
Firmware.
Firmware.sfu
(1) Firmware update from USB memory device
First you must install the firmware file (xxx.sfu) to the root of a USB
jump drive.
∗ The number of key changes depending on the number of
the file in the USB memory device inserted.
SIMULATION 49-1
• If the firmware is in a folder, Simulation 49-01 cannot open the
folder.
• Secure Jumpdrive will not work.
• If the USB memory is not inserted, “INSERT A USB MEMORY
DEVICE CONTAINING MFP FIRMWARE, PLEASE USE FAT
(12/16) FORMAT” is displayed.
• Non compliant to FAT32. If it's inserted, "CAN NOT SUPPORT
FAT32. PLEASE USE FAT (12/16) FORMAT" is displayed.
FIRMWARE UPDATE.
SELECT FIRMUP FILE, AND PRESS START.
1. FILE1.sfu
2. FILE2.sfu
3. FILE3.sfu
.
.
19. >>NEXT Page
1) Insert the USB memory device into the main unit.
2) Enter the 49-01 screen.Touch the key of the file to be updated.
The screen transfers to the update screen. (In this screen,
[FILE 1] is selected)
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 1
0
3) Enter the file/folder number of firmware that tries to be
updated with 10-key, and press [START] key.
If selecting the file, "FIRMWARE UPDATE.. ARE YOU SURE
?" is displayed. ([1]: execute, [2]: get back)
SIMULATION 49-1
FIRMWARE UPDATE.. ARE SURE YOU?
FILE1.sfu
1. YES
2. NO
1
NOTE 2: Operation panel
When entering the diag mode to write into ROM, some keys on the
operation panel and the LED panel are used. Necessary information including menu items and messages is displayed on the LCD
panel.
[START] key is used as [OK] key, [DOCUMENT FILING] key and
[FAX/IMAGE SEND] key as up/down select keys, [JOB STATUS]
key as [MENU] key, and [CLEAR] key as [BACK] key.
Up/Down key
4) If the operation is normally completed, "COMPLETE" is displayed. When the error occurs, "ERROR" is displayed.
DOCUMENT
FILING
IMAGE SEND
LCD touch panel
NOTE:
BACK key
PRINT
READY
DATA
LINE
DATA
COPY
SYSTEM
JOB STATUS SETTINGS
If the Imager locks up or loses power during the upgrade, it
corrupt the firmware. If this occurs, you can rescue the firmware using the "C. Version-up procedure 3".
LOGOUT
MENU key
SIMULATION 49-1
FIRMWARE UPDATE.. COMPLETE
FILE1.sfu
OK key
1) When performing version-up of the firmware by using the file
transfer tool (File1PRN), the printer driver of the target model
must be installed in advance.
2) When performing version-up of the firmware by using the USB
I/F, take note of the following items.
B. Version-up procedure 2
NOTE 1: MFP control PWB ROM DIP switch selection and
Flash ROM slot
To make version-up of the ROM, position of the DIP switch should
be below.
Since the port for the file transfer tool (File2PRN) differs from
the port for the print mode, if the port for the print mode has
been already made, be careful not to mistake them. If the USB
port for the print mode has been made, it is advisable to delete
it in order to avoid confusion.
(Making procedures of the port for the file transfer tool (File2PRN)
in the USB I/F mode)
Controller PWB
DIP switch
When performing version-up of the firmware by using the USB I/F,
perform the following procedures to make the port in advance.
1) Install the printer driver of the target model.
In this case, set the port to other than the USB mode.
Enlarged view
2) Set the DIP switch to the Flash ROM version-up mode, and
turn on the power.
Plate part
3) Connect the PC and the main unit with a USB cable.
With the screw (*) removed
Screw (*)
DIP switch
4) The PC detects the new hardware by Plug & Play function.
When writing the program files collectively without disassembling
the ROM's from the PWB's, and when writing the program files into
an optional ROM:
NOTE: The PCU ROM, the FAX ROM, and the scanner control
PWB ROM must be provided with the program to
operate.
An empty ROM cannot be used.
1) Connect the PC and the MFP control PWB with a I/F cable.
2) Turn on the PC and the machine.
Enlarged view of DIP switches
Diag
mode
3) Copy the file transfer tool and ROM program file into the same
folder of the PC. (When writing with the file transfer tool
File2PRN.exe)
Copy the collective ROM programming file and the file transfer
tool File2PRN.exe into the folder you desire on the PC.
4) The following display is shown after a while from starting the
machine.
Write
protect
Version Check
Switch
Diag mode
Normal mode
(Version-up procedure 1)
Diag mode
(Version-up procedure 2)
(Version-up procedure 3)
Write protect
CONF:*********
Write protect mode
Write protect cancel
mode
When shipping, the setting of controller write protect bit is cancel
mode side.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 2
5) Press MENU key several time to select an I/F to use from
USB, Ethernet.
(Example)
10) Turn off the machine.
11) Turn on the machine, and use SIM 22-5 to check that each
ROM version is properly upgraded.
C. Version-up procedure 3
Firm Update
As for the position of the DIP switch, refer to the B. Version-up procedure 2.
From USB
(MFP control PWB ROM slot)
6) Press OK key to display the following menu.
The MFP control PWB ROM is provided with three Flash ROM
slots: CN4, CN5, and CN6.
Firm Update
The boot ROM is installed to CN4, and the main ROM is installed
to CN5. CN6 is an empty slot.
Waiting Data
Use this empty slot of the MFP control PWB, CN6, to copy the
ROM program.
7) Transfer the program data from PC to the machine via either of
USB or Ethernet.
8) When transferring with the file transfer tool File2PRN.exe
Start File2PRN.exe on the PC. Use this program to transfer
the ROM program data from the PC to the main unit.
(Procedure)
When writing the program into each ROM of the PCU PWB, the
FAX PWB, and the scanner control PWB individually by using an
empty slot for ROM copy on the MFP control PWB ROM:
∗ The program write target ROM installed to the empty slot for
ROM copy on the MFP control PWB ROM may be empty.
(No need to have the program data in it. The empty ROM can be
used.)
1) Install the write target ROM to the empty slot for ROM copy on
the MFP control PWB ROM.
a) Start File2PRN.exe.
2) Connect the PC and the MFP control PWB with a I/F cable.
3) Turn on the PC and the machine.
4) Copy the file transfer tool and ROM program file into the same
folder of the PC. (When writing with the file transfer tool
File2PRN.exe)
C:\desktop\test.sfu
Copy the collective ROM programming file and the file transfer
tool File2PRN.exe into the folder you desire on the PC.
5) The following display is indicated after a while.
Version Check
b) Click Reference button and select a ROM program to
transfer.
Select the target machine's port form Select Printer pull
down list.
CONF: *********
6) Press MENU key a few times to show the following display.
c) Click Send button.
d) The LED blinks and the LCD displays appropriate information as operation proceeds.
CN Update
∗ When version-up of each ROM of the scanner control PWB
From USB
is performed, the backlight of the display is turned off. This
does not mean a trouble. Wait for a while.
9) When "Result: OK" is displayed after a few minutes, press Up/
Down keys to check that there is no display of "Result: NG."
7) Press OK key to display the following menu.
∗ When writing the program file data collectively to the
CN Update
machine without the FAX unit installed, "Result : NG" is displayed only to the FAX. This can be neglected.
Firm Update
***
Writing Data
Waiting Data
8) Transfer the program data from PC to the machine via either of
USB or Ethernet.
9) When transferring with the file transfer tool File2PRN.exe
Start File2PRN.exe on the PC. Use this program to transfer
the ROM program data from the PC to the main unit.
Firm Update
(Procedure)
a) Start File2PRN.exe.
Waiting Data
Firm Update
***
C:\desktop\test.sfu
Result: OK
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 3
b) Click Reference button and select a ROM program to
transfer.
c) Select the target machine's port form Select Printer pull
down list.
d) Click Send button.
e) The LED blinks and the LCD displays appropriate information as operation proceeds.
10) The LED stops flashing in a few minutes, and "Writing: OK" is
displayed.
CN Update
Factors of "Result: NG"
The following cases may be factors of "Result: NG."
∗ The DIP switch for write protect is not set properly.
∗ The FAX cable is not connected. (NG for FAX)
∗ ROM defect (Very rare case)
5. Turning OFF the power during the
version-up procedure
If the power is turned OFF during the version-up procedure, normal writing of data cannot be assured even though the machine
can be booted again.
Receiving Data
CN Update
D. Countermeasures against “Result: NG”
In such a case, use the spare PCU PWB ROM, the MFP control
PWB ROM (BOOT, PROGRAM), and the scanner control PWB
ROM each of which includes the program to be operated, and perform the version-up procedure again.
***
Replace with the spare PCU, the controller boot, the scanner control PWB ROM, and perform procedure "C. Version-up procedure
3" for the replaced ROM again to write data into it.
Writing Data
11) Press OK key, and the following display is shown.
6. Version-up procedure flowchart
CN Update ***-> CN5
Write the on-board
files collectively. (4.)
Writing OK ?
12) "CN5" and the selection menu of slot numbers is displayed.
Select "CN6" to which the target ROM is inserted to with Up/
Down keys, and press OK key.
Set again.
Result: OK?
13) The LED flashes and the display is changed in the following
sequence.
When "Result: OK" is displayed in a few minutes, press Up/
Down keys to check that there is no display of "Result: NG.".
NO
YES
Setting mistake? (6.)
CN Update ***-> CN5
NO
Writing Data
YES
NO
CN Update ***-> CN5
Result : OK
NG is BOOT?
YES
NG is SCAN FAX
PCU,MAIN?
14) Turn off the machine.
15) Remove the ROM from the empty slot CN6 for ROM copy on
the MFP control PWB ROM.
16) Install the ROM with the revised version to the PWB.
17) Turn on the machine, and use SIM 22-5 to check that the ROM
version is normally upgraded.
∗ Precautions on transferring a ROM program data with the
file transfer tool File2PRN
For successful transferring a ROM program data with the file
transfer tool File2PRN, the following conditions should be
met:
• When transferring a ROM program data with the file transfer tool File2PRN, the destination machine must be configured as a printer.
• The PC must have an appropriate printer driver installed
and configured with an I/F port to use.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 4
NO
YES
Update completed
YES
NO
Booted normally?
Write the on-board files
collectively. (4.)
Remove the BOOT Flash ROM and
replace it with a spare one. (If there is
any NG Flash ROM, replace it, too.)
YES
Write with an empty
socket. (5.)
Result: OK?
Update completed
NO
YES
Result: OK?
NO
Update completed
If the Flash ROM itself is
defective, replace it with a
new one and try again.
NO
YES
Booted normally?
Write the on-board files
collectively. (4.)
Remove the Flash ROM
and replace it with a
spare.
YES
Result: OK?
Write with the empty socket.
(6.)
Update completed
YES
Result: OK?
NO
Update completed
If the Flash ROM itself is
defective, replace it with a
new one and try again.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 5
NO
Write the on-board files
collectively. (4.)
YES
Update completed
Result: OK?
NO
If the Flash ROM itself is
defective, replace it with a
new one and try again.
MX-M350/M450 N/U ROM VERSION-UP 12 - 6
INV PWB
TOUCH
PANEL
CIScnt PWB
OCSW
SPFS
SPED
SDSS
SPPD
SCOV
SPLS2
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 1
DH-SCN2
DH-SCN1
(OPTION)
ORSLED
SPWS
SPLS1
MHPS
SRRC
SPF
PWB
MIM
SCNcnt
PWB
SCN JNT PWB
OPE PWB
BUZZER
SPFC
SOCD
SPOD
SPFM
* DSPF un (MX-EFX1) only: CIS un, CIScnt PWB
CISun
DSPFun[EFX1]/SPFun[EFX2]
LVDS PWB
LCD
BACKLIGHT
OP PANEL un
SCANNER
(OPTION)
RTH1
RTH2
HL1
HL2
FILTER
PWB
FAX
(OPTION)
DPCL2
D2SS PWB
DLUD2
DLUD1
D1SS PWB
DPCL1
MCSPD
MPTLD PWB
(OPTION)
AR-MS1
AR-FN7
DPFD3
DPED2
DPFD2
DPED1
MCPED
TDRS
TPFD1
MCLUD
MCSPD
TPFCL
MCPCL
MPT VR
LCC[D28]
DMM
T2SS PWB
TPFD3
TTSD
TSPD2
TPCL2
TLUM2
TMM
PCU PWB
DVCH
HUS-DV
TCS
DEVELOPER un
PSPS
CRUM PWB
DPFCL
DSK
Control
PWB
T1SS PWB
TPFD2
MPTLD PWB
TSPD1
TPCL1
TLUM1
MCLUM
LD
PWB
TM1
MCPED
DSPD2
DSPD1
DLUM2
DDRS
DLUM1
MCLUD
DPFD1
MPT VR
3TRAY DESK [D27]
MM
DM
CPFC
TRC
RRC
CFM1
LUM
MAIN DRIVE un
CSS PWB
CASETTE un
PED
LUD
HVR PWB
PPD
PS un
HVR PWB
DRAWER PWB
LEFT DOOR un
VFM2
CFM2
DSW-L
DSW-F
POD3
POD2
POD1
POM
TONER HOPPER un DELIVERY un
MCLUM
DH-DSK1, DSK2:
Japan only
DH-DSK2
DH-DSK1
DH HEATER PWB
DH-SW
(OPTION)
TAN
Control
PWB
(OPTION)
AR-MU2
VFM1
VFM1
BD
PGM
LSU un
HV
MCPCL
AC I N
[D27/D28]
INTER FACE PWB
DESK/LCC
FM-CNT
FM-HDD
MPFSET
MPLS2
MPLD1
MSS
MPLS1
MPED
MPFC
ADUSET
APPD2
APOD
DGS
MPWS
MPFS
DSW-D
APPD1
APIND
ADUFM
ADUM2
AR-FN6
FAX BOX [FX-12]
FAXPWB FAX SW
FUSE PWB
REALY PWB
DC/PS
MSW
HDD
FUSING un
Mother PWB
MFP CONTROL
PWB
ENGINE
AUDITOR
PNC
(OPTION)
COIN VENDER
(OPTION)
STMP
CL
CCD PWB
ORSPD
ADUM1
AR-DU4
AR-DU3
ADU [DU3/DU4] (OPTION)
[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION
1. Block diagram
A. System block diagram
10
11
12
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CN1
IL-FPR-40S-VF-E1500
GND2
1
GND2
2
GND2
3
4
GND2
5
1_DATA1+
1_DATA16
7
GND2
1_DATA0+
8
1_DATA09
GND2
10
DCLK+
11
DCLK12
GND2
13
/1_DBL+
14
/1_DBL15
GND2
16
FRM_CCD1 17
PAGE1
18
CLK_CCD1 19
ADD_CCD1 20
TXD_CCD1 21
RXD_CCD1 22
RES_CCD1 23
GND2
24
+3.3V3
25
+3.3V3
26
GND2
27
+5VCCD
28
+5VCCD
29
+5VCCD
30
+5VCCD
31
+5VCCD
32
+5VCCD
33
+5VCCD
34
+5VCCD
35
GND2
36
+10V
37
+10V
38
GND2
39
GND2
40
CCD
cnt
PWB
IMG_DOUT1_0
IMG_DOUT1_1
IMG_DOUT1_2
IMG_DOUT1_3
IMG_DOUT1_4
IMG_DOUT1_5
IMG_DOUT1_6
IMG_DOUT1_7
IMG_AREA1
GND2
AD_CLK
GND2
CN201
BM12B-SRSS-TB
FFC
CN1
IL-FPR-40S-VF-E1500
40 GND2
39 GND2
38 GND2
37 GND2
36 1_DATA1+
35 1_DATA134 GND2
33 1_DATA0+
32 1_DATA031 GND2
30 1_CLK+
29 1_CLK28 GND2
27 /1_DBL+
26 /1_DBL25 GND2
24 FRM_CCD1
23 PAGE1
22 CLK_CCD1
21 ADD_CCD1
20 TXD_CCD1
19 RXD_CCD1
18 RES_CCD1
17 GND2
16 +3.3V3
15 +3.3V3
14 GND2
13 +5VCCD
12 +5VCCD
11 +5VCCD
10 +5VCCD
9 +5VCCD
8 +5VCCD
7 +5VCCD
6 +5VCCD
5 GND2
4 +10VCCD
3 +10VCCD
2 GND2
1 GND2
(1/2)
SCN
JNT
PWB
CN3
TX25-100P-LT-H1
GND2
1
GND2
2
/1_DBL3
/1_DBL+
4
1_CLK5
1_CLK+
6
1_DATA07
1_DATA0+ 8
1_DATA19
1_DATA1+ 10
11
GND2
12
GND2
13
GND2
14
GND2
15
GND2
16
GND2
17
(NC)
18
+12V1
19
+24V3
20
+24V3
21
PDSEL1
PDSEL2
22
23
/KEYIN
SEG0
24
25
GND2
GND2
26
LcdS+
27
LcdS28
29
LcdM+
30
LcdMLcdCP1+
31
LcdCP132
LcdCP2+
33
LcdCP234
35
LcdD0+
LcdD036
37
LcdD1+
38
LcdD139
LcdD2+
40
LcdD241
LcdD3+
LcdD342
43
GND2
44
GND2
45
YH
46
/XL
47
/STSET
48
/STMPS
49
GND2
50
GND2
51
GND2
52
GND2
53
+12V1
54
+12V1
55
GND2
56
+5V2
57
GND2
58
+5V2
59
GND2
60
+3.3V
FRM_CCD1 61
CLK_CCD1 62
TXD_CCD1 63
RES_CCD1 64
RXD_CCD1 65
ADD_CCD1 66
67
GND2
68
PAGE1
69
GND2
70
GND2
71
/CL1
72
PDSEL0
73
+5V2
74
PD
75
SEG1
76
SEG2
77
GND2
78
/F0
79
GND2
80
/F1
GND2
81
/F2
82
GND2
83
/F3
84
GND2
85
/BZR
86
GND2
87
+5V1
88
Lcd DIS
89
+3.3V
90
GND2
91
LCD-VEE
92
TH
93
/CCFT
94
/YL
95
XH
96
+24V3
97
+24V3
98
GND2
99
GND2
100
BOARD TO BOARD
CN1
TX24-100R-LT-H1
1 GND2
2 GND2
3 /1_DBL4 /1_DBL+
5 1_CLK6 1_CLK+
7 1_DATA08 1_DATA0+
9 1_DATA110 1_DATA1+
11 GND2
12 GND2
13 GND2
14 GND2
15 GND2
16 GND2
17 (NC)
18 +12V1
19 +24V3
20 +24V3
21 PDSEL1
22 PDSEL2
23 /KEYIN
24 SEG0
25 GND2
26 GND2
27 LcdS+
28 LcdS29 LcdM+
30 LcdM31 LcdCP1+
32 LcdCP133 LcdCP2+
34 LcdCP235 LcdD0+
36 LcdD037 LcdD1+
38 LcdD139 LcdD2+
40 LcdD241 LcdD3+
42 LcdD343 GND2
44 GND2
45 YH
46 /XL
47 /STSET
48 /STMPS
49 GND2
50 GND2
51 GND2
52 GND2
53 +12V1
54 +12V1
55 GND2
56 +5V2
57 GND2
58 +5V2
59 GND2
60 +3.3V
61 FRM_CCD1
62 CLK_CCD1
63 TXD_CCD1
64 RES_CCD1
65 RXD_CCD1
66 ADD_CCD1
67 GND2
68 PAGE1
69 GND2
70 GND2
71 /CL1
72 PDSEL0
73 +5V2
74 PD
75 SEG1
76 SEG2
77 GND2
78 /F0
79 GND2
80 /F1
81 GND2
82 /F2
83 GND2
84 /F3
85 GND2
86 /BZR
87 GND2
88 +5V1
89 Lcd DIS
90 +3.3V
91 GND2
92 LCD-VEE
93 TH
94 /CCFT
95 /YL
96 XH
97 +24V3
98 +24V3
99 GND2
100 GND2
(1/3)
SCN
cnt
PWB
49
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
30
28
34
32
26
24
22
20
38
44
48
46
40
19
42
27
23
25
21
14
28
19
22
16
15
13
12
11
10
9
20
18
17
5
7
3
8
4
6
1
2
29
30
/RXD_SCN
/TXD_SCN
/DSR_SCN
/DTR_SCN
GND2
POF_SCN
/RES_MFP
GND2
+12V1
+12V1
GND2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V1
GND2
GND2
+24V3
GND2
+24V3
GND2
+24V3
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
CN3
BM30B-SRDS-G-TF
24
/RES_SCN
VCCW_SCN 26
GND2
LcdD0+
LcdD0LcdD1+
LcdD1LcdD2+
LcdD2LcdD3+
LcdD3LcdM+
LcdMLcdS+
LcdSLcdCP1+
LcdCP1LcdCP2+
LcdCP2GND2
SLEEP
LCD_VEE
SCN_SET
WAKE_UP
GND2
FRDY
CN4
BM50B-SRDS-G-TF
GND2
1
21
GND2
23
GND2
25
GND2
27
GND2
29
GND2
31
GND2
50 I/F PWB-CN
GND2
13
1_CLK+
11
1_CLK1_DATA0+
9
7
1_DATA01_DATA1+
5
3
1_DATA115
/1_DBL+
17
/1_DBLlcdDIS
36
GND2
2
37
2_CLK+
2_CLK39
2_DATA0+
41
2_DATA043
2_DATA1+
45
2_DATA147
/2_DBL+
35
/2_DBL33
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 2
31
64
65
32
34
33
67
66
68
59
26
5
60
61
28
62
29
63
30
58
25
27
21
55
22
56
23
57
1
35
2
36
3
37
4
38
19
39
6
40
7
41
8
42
9
43
24
44
11
45
12
46
13
47
14
48
15
49
16
50
17
51
18
52
10
53
20
54
VCCW_SCN
WAKE_UP
/RXD_SCN
/TXD_SCN
/DSR_SCN
/DTR_SCN
GND2
POF_SCN
/RES_MFP
GND2
+12V1
GND2
+12V1
GND2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V1
GND2
FRDY
GND2
+24V3
GND2
+24V3
GND2
+24V3
GND2
SD68M
1_CLK+
1_CLK1_DATA0+
1_DATA01_DATA1+
1_DATA1/1_DBL+
/1_DBLlcdDIS
GND2
2_CLK+
2_CLK2_DATA0+
2_DATA02_DATA1+
2_DATA1/2_DBL+
/2_DBL/RES_SCN
GND2
LcdD0+
LcdD0LcdD1+
LcdD1LcdD2+
LcdD2LcdD3+
LcdD3LcdM+
LcdMLcdS+
LcdSLcdCP1+
LcdCP1LcdCP2+
LcdCP2GND2
SLEEP
LCD_VEE
SCN_SET
MFP
cnt
PWB
2. Actual wiring chart
Scanner (1/3)
CCFL
ORS PD
53259-0417
1 CCFT+
2 NC
3 NC
4 /CCFT
INV
PWB
TOUCH
PANEL
4
3
2
1
FFC-4PIN
S6B-PH-K-S
PDSEL0
1
PDSEL1
2
PDSEL2
3
+5V2
4
PD
5
GND2
6
S3B-PH-K-S(LF)
/CCFT
3
GND
2
+24V
1
/YL
XH
YH
/XL
LCD
FFC-13PIN
CN2
52271-1379
DISP
YD
LP
CP
+3.3V
GND
M
D0
D1
D2
D3
+24V
VEE
BR
LB
PL
BL
BR
GY
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 3
MFP
OPE
PWB
CN2
B6B-PH-SM4-TB(LF)(SN)
1 PDSEL0
2 PDSEL1
3 PDSEL2
4 +5V2
5 PD
6 GND2
STMP
+24V3
/STMPS
/STSET
GND2
RD
1
BR
2
LB
3
GY
4
179228-4+175694-4
CN1
SLD5R-1
GND2
5
GND2
4
/CL1
3
+24V3
2
+24V3
1
CN1
52610-2471
GND2
24
PDSEL0
23
PDSEL1
22
PDSEL2
21
+5V2
20
PD
19
GND2
18
+5V2
17
/KEYIN
16
SEG0
15
SEG1
14
SEG2
13
/F0
12
/F1
11
/F2
10
/F3
9
GND2
8
GND2
7
GND2
6
(NC)
5
(NC)
4
/BZR
3
+5V1
2
GND2
1
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
CN1
52271-3079
XH
/YL
/XL
YH
/CCFT
+24V3
GND2
TH
GND2
LcdD3LcdD3+
LcdD2LcdD2+
LcdD1LcdD1+
LcdD0LcdD0+
LCD-VEE
3.3V
LcdDIS
GND2
LcdCP2LcdCP2+
GND2
LcdCP1LcdCP1+
LcdMLcdM+
LcdSLcdS+
CL1
LVDS
PWB
CN3
S3B-PH-SM4-TB(LF)
BR
1 /CCFT
BR
2 GND
BR
3 +24V
1
2
3
4
CN4
52271-0469
/YL
XH
YH
/XL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
FFC
FFC
FFC
CN6
B4B-PH-K-S
1 +24V3
2 /STMPS
3 /STSET
4 GND2
CN2
SLD5S-1
GND2
GND2
/CL1
+24V3
+24V3
1
2
3
4
5
CN4
T24FAZ-SMT-TF
1 GND2
2 PDSEL0
3 PDSEL1
4 PDSEL2
5 +5V2
6 PD
7 GND2
8 +5V2
9 /KEYIN
10 SEG0
11 SEG1
12 SEG2
13 /F0
14 /F1
15 /F2
16 /F3
17 GND2
18 GND2
19 GND2
20 (NC)
21 (NC)
22 /BZR
23 +5V1
24 GND2
CN5
30FMN-BT
1 XH
2 /YL
3 /XL
4 YH
5 /CCFT
6 +24V3
7 GND2
8 TH
9 GND2
10 LcdD311 LcdD3+
12 LcdD213 LcdD2+
14 LcdD115 LcdD1+
16 LcdD017 LcdD0+
18 LCD-VEE
19 3.3V
20 LcdDIS
21 GND2
22 LcdCP223 LcdCP2+
24 GND2
25 LcdCP126 LcdCP1+
27 LcdM28 LcdM+
29 LcdS30 LcdS+
SCN
cnt
PWB
(2/3)
SCN
JNT
PWB
(2/2)
CN11
S3B-PH-K-S
MHPS
1
GND2
2
+5V2
3
CN9
B13B-PH-K-S
/PNC
1
/COPY
2
/CA
3
/READY
4
/AUD
5
+5V2
6
GND2
7
+24V3
8
(NC)
9
/TC
10
+24V3
11
PNC_a
12
GND2
13
CN8
B12B-XASK-1
1
+24V3
GND2
2
/CV_COPY
3
/CV_COUNT
4
/CV_START
5
/CV_CA
6
/CV_STAPLE 7
/CV_DUPLEX 8
/CV_SIZE0
9
/CV_SIZE1
10
/CV_SIZE2
11
/CV_SIZE3
12
CN6
S6B-PH-K-S
+5V1
1
GND2
2
OCSW
3
+24V3
4
/LED0
5
/LED1
6
CN5
B8B-PH-K-S
1
GND2
/RES_MFP
2
/DSR_SCN
3
/RXD_SCN
4
/TXD_SCN
5
DTR_SCN
6
7
+5V2
8
(NC)
CN2
S5B-PH-K-S
MIMA
1
MIMB
2
/MIMA
3
/MIMB
4
+24V3
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PHR-13
BL
GY
LB
RD
PL
LB
S3B-EH
SRA-21T-3
LB
3 MHPS
GY
2 GND2
BL
1 +5V2
FG
B3B-EH
BL
1 +5V1
GY
2 GND2
LB
3 OCSW
MIM
RD
PL
LB
GY
MHPS
ORS
LED
OCSW
Scanner (2/3)
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V2
1
PL
SOCD
2
GY
GND2
3
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 4
RD
1
BR
2
RD
1
2
PL
3
2 +24V3
1 /SPFS
RD
1
PL
2
PHNR-2-H+BU2P-TR-P-H
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V2
1
PL
SPLS2
2
GY
GND2
3
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V2
1
BR
SPLS1
2
GY
GND2
3
BL
1
BR
2
GY
3
SMR-03V-NC+SMP-03V-N
3 +24V3
2 (NC)
1 /SRRC
BL
1 VAREF
BR
2 SPWS
GY
3 GND2
SPLS2
SPFS
2 +24V3
1 /SPFC
PHNR-3-H+BU3P-TR-P-H
SPLS1
SPFVR
SRRC
RD
1
BR
2
B3B-PH-K-S
BL
+5VPOD
1
2 GY
GND2
3 PL
SPOD
1 +24V3
2 /SDSS
PHNR-2-H+BU2P-TR-P-H
SOCD
SPFC
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V2
1
BR
SPPD
2
GY
GND2
3
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V2
1
PL
2
SCOV
GY
GND2
3
SMP-02V-NC+SMR-02V-N
SPOD
SDSS
SPPD
SCOV
SPED
1754873+179228-3
BL
+5V1
1
BR
SPED
2
GY
GND2
3
SPF
MOTOR
6
5
4
3
2
1
/B
+24V3
B
A
+24V3
/A
BL
BR
GY
BL
PL
GY
BL
BR
GY
RD
BR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
+5V1
SPED
GND2
+5V2
SCOV
GND2
+5V2
SPPD
GND2
+24V3
/SDSS
3
2
1
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
6
5
4
3
2
1
+5VPOD
GND2
SPOD
+5V2
SOCD
GND2
1
2
3
4
5
6
PL
GY
BL
GY
PL
BL
PHNR-6-H+BU6P-TR-P-H
BL
GY
PL
BL
PL
GY
1
2
3
4
5
6
BR
RD
PL
BR
RD
PL
BL
BR
GY
BL
PL
GY
BL
BR
GY
RD
BR
PHNR-11-H+BU11P-TR-P-H
BR
RD
PL
BR
RD
PL
PHNR-6-H+BU6P-TR-P-H
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
BL
PL
GY
RD
PL
BL
PL
GY
BL
BR
GY
RD
BR
BL
GY
PL
BL
PL
GY
RD
BR
RD
PL
BR
RD
PL
BR
RD
PL
CND
B6B-PH-K-S
/B
+24V3
B
A
+24V3
/A
CNA
B12B-PHDSS-B
VAREF
SPWS
GND2
+5V2
SPLS1
GND2
+5V2
SPLS2
GND2
+24V3
/SPFS
1
2
9
5
4
12
7
6
10
11
3
CNB
B22B-PHDSS-B
5 +5V
16 SPED
1 GND2
7 +5V2
18 SCOV
2 GND2
8 +5V2
14 SPPD
3 GND2
11 +24V3
15 /SDSS
9 +5VPOD
4 GND2
20 SPOD
10 +5V2
22 SOCD
6 GND2
12 +24V3
19 /SPFC
13 +24V3
17 /SRRC
21 (NC)
2
4
1
3
5
6
SRA-21T-3
SRA-01T-3.2
SPF
PWB
a
c
SPFMO0
SPOD
/SPFMA
SOCD
SPFMA
SPLS1
/SPFMB
SPLS2
SPFMB
SPFSET
GND2
GY
GY
4
9
17
19
18
21
+5V2
GND2
VAREF
SPPD
SPFC
SPED
SDSS
SCOV
SRRC
SPWS
SPFS
BL
GY
BL
BR
BR
RD
RD
GY
GY
3
25
2
26
1
22
11
20
13
15
10
PL
PL
PL
PL
BR
BR
BR
PL
PL
PL
GY
BR
12
BR
23
14 PL
BR
24
PL
16
7
8
5
6
CNC
B26B-PHDSS-B
+24V3
+24V3
GND2
GND2
b
GY
FG
SRA-21T-3
PL
PL
PL
PL
BR
BR
BR
PL
PL
PL
RD
RD
GY
GY
BL
BL
GY
BL
BR
BR
BR
BR
BR
PL
BR
PL
GY
CN7
S26B-PHDSS
2_DATA11
2_DATA1+
2
2_DATA03
2_DATA0+
4
2_CLK5
2_CLK+
6
2_DBL7
2_DBL+
8
GND2
9
FRM_CCD2 10
CLK_CCD2
11
12
PAGE2
ADD_CCD2 13
TXD_CCD2
14
RES_CCD2 15
RXD_CCD2
16
17
+3.3V
18
+3.3V
19
+24V3
20
GND2
21
+12V1
22
GND2
23
+5V2
24
GND2
25
+5V2
/CIS_SET
26
(3/3)
SCN
cnt
PWB
+24V3
+24V3
GND2
GND2
+5V1
+5V2
GND2
VAREF
SPPD
SPFC
SPED
SDSS
SCOV
SRRC
SPWS
SPFS
GND2
GND2
SPFMO0
SPOD
/SPFMA
SOCD
SPFMA
SPLS1
/SPFMB
SPLS2
SPFMB
SPFSET
CN10
S28B-PHDSS
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
GY
SRA-51T-3
d
BL
PL
PL
BR
BR
PL
PL
BR
GY
BR
PL
PL
BR
BR
PL
PL
OR
OR
RD
GY
OR
GY
BL
GY
BL
BR
CIS
cnt
PWB
CN1
B26B-PHDSS
2_DATA12_DATA1+
2_DATA02_DATA0+
2_CLK2_CLK+
2_DBL2_DBL+
9 GND2
10 FRM_CCD2
11 CLK_CCD2
12 PAGE2
13 ADD_CCD2
14 TXD_CCD2
15 RES_CCD2
16 RXD_CCD2
17 +3.3V
18 +3.3V
19 +24V3
20 GND2
21 +12V1
22 GND2
23 +5V2
24 GND2
25 +5V2
26 /CIS_SET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
e
FG
SRA-51T-3
GY
CN2
B12B-PHDSS-B
SD7
1
SD6
2
SD5
3
SD4
4
SD3
5
SD2
6
SD1
7
SD0
8
/LST
9
SCLK
10
GND2
11
GND2
12
CN3
9604S-35F
VLED
35
34
DGND
VAS
33
DGND
32
VDS
31
DGND
30
SCN
29
DGND
28
LGATE
27
DGND
26
CLK
25
DGND
24
DATA
23
DGND
22
LD
21
DGND
20
SCLK
19
DGND
18
/LST
17
DGND
16
15
SD0
14
DGND
13
SD1
12
DGND
11
SD2
10
DGND
9
SD3
8
DGND
SD4
7
DGND
6
SD5
5
DGND
4
SD6
3
DGND
2
SD7
1
FF3-35-R15
VLED
DGND
VAS
DGND
VDS
DGND
SCN
DGND
LGATE
DGND
CLK
DGND
DATA
DGND
LD
DGND
SCLK
DGND
/LST
DGND
SD0
DGND
SD1
DGND
SD2
DGND
SD3
DGND
7 SD4
6 DGND
5 SD5
4 DGND
3 SD6
2 DGND
1 SD7
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
CIS
un
Scanner (3/3)
RK-H401SD-0190
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 5
TX24-80R-LT-H1
1
(NC)
2
(NC)
PCU_VCCW 3
4
(NC)
5
GND
GND
6
HSYNC
7
GND
8
GND
9
10
GND
11
DTEN
12
GND
13
GND
14
GND
15
VIDEO1
16
VIDEO0
17
GND
18
GND
+12V_FAN 19
20
+12V2
21
+12V2
22
GND
23
+3.3V2
24
+3.3V2
25
+3.3V2
26
+3.3V2
27
GND
28
HDD-VCC
29
HDD-VCC
30
GND
31
+5V1
32
+5V1
33
+5V1
34
+5V2
35
+5V2
36
GND
37
+24V3
38
+24V3
39
GND
40
+12V1
DTR_PCU
41
DSR_PCU
42
TXD_PCU
43
RXD_PCU
44
45
POF
MSW_MON 46
RES_PCU
47
(NC)
48
BUR_PR
49
50
DCCNT
HDDFAN_MON 51
CNTFAN_MON 52
PWM
53
54
GND
55
GND
56
GND
57
GND
58
GND
+12V_FAN 59
60
+12V2
61
+12V2
62
GND
63
+3.3V2
64
+3.3V2
65
+3.3V2
66
+3.3V2
67
GND
68
HDD-VCC
69
HDD-VCC
70
GND
71
+5V1
72
+5V1
73
+5V1
74
+5V2
75
+5V2
76
GND
77
+24V3
78
+24V3
79
GND
80
+12V1
MFP
CONTROL
BOX
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
DD8
DD6
DD9
DD5
DD10
DD4
DD11
DD3
DD12
DD2
DD13
DD1
DD14
DD0
DD15
GND2
KEY
DMAREQ
GND2
/DIOW
GND2
/DIOR
GND2
IORDY
CSEL
/DMACK
GND2
INTRQ
/ICCS10
DA1
/PDIAG/CBLID
DA0
DA2
/CS0
/CS1
/DASP
GND2
1 /RESET
2 GND2
3 DD7
CN1
TX25-80P-LT-H1
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
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
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
(NC)
GND
GND
HSYNC
GND
GND
GND
DTEN
GND
GND
GND
VIDEO1
VIDEO0
GND
GND
+12V_FAN
+12V2
+12V2
GND
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
GND
HDD-VCC
HDD-VCC
GND
+5V1
+5V1
+5V1
+5V2
+5V2
GND
+24V3
+24V3
GND
+12V1
DTR_PCU
DSR_PCU
TXD_PCU
RXD_PCU
POF
MSW_MON
RES_PCU
(NC)
BUR_PR
DCCNT
HDDFAN_MON
CNTFAN_MON
PWM
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
+12V_FAN
+12V2
+12V2
GND
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
+3.3V2
GND
HDD-VCC
HDD-VCC
GND
+5V1
+5V1
+5V1
+5V2
+5V2
GND
+24V3
+24V3
GND
+12V1
1 (NC)
2 (NC)
3 PCU_VCCW
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
30
29
CN4
S08B-PASK-2
HDD-MON 1
GND2
2
CFM-PWM 3
+12V_FAN 4
CNT-MON 5
GND2
6
CFM-PWM 7
+12V_FAN 8
MOTHER
BOARD
PWB
+12V2
PCU_VCCW
GND
DTR_PCU
GND
DSR_PCU
GND
TXD_PCU
GND
RXD_PCU
POF
MSW_MON
GND
RES_PCU
GND
HSYNC
GND
DTEN
BUR_PR
GND2
VIDEO1
VIDEO0
GND
+5V1
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+12V1
CN2
SLD30R-1
BR
GY
BR
PL
BR
GY
BR
PL
1 /RESET
2 GND2
3 DD7
FFC
39 /DASP
40 GND2
:
BOARD to BOARD
:
Cadle
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
+12V2
PCU_VCCW
GND
DTR_PCU
GND
DSR_PCU
GND
TXD_PCU
GND
RXD_PCU
POF
MSW_MON
GND
RES_PCU
GND
HSYNC
GND
DTEN
BUR_PR
GND2
VIDEO1
VIDEO0
GND
+5V1
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+5V2
+12V1
CN2
SLD30R-1
PHNR-04-H+BU04P-TR-P-H
1 CNT-MON 4
2 GND2
3
3 CFM-PWM 2
4 +12V_FAN 1
PHNR-04-H+BU04P-TR-P-H
1 HDD-MON 4
2 GND2
3
3 CFM-PWM 2
4 +12V_FAN 1
HDD
FM_CNT
FM_HDD
TEST3
TEST2
GND2
/SYNC
GND2
GND2
GND2
LSU_S/H
VRB
GND2
GND2
TEST
VIDEO
/VIDEO
/LDON
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
+24V1
+24V1
/VFM1
GND2
/START
/VFM1
/PMCLK
/READY
GND2
GND2
+5V LD
GND2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
CN16
S32B-PHDSS-B
PCU
PWB
CN3
24FMN-BIRK-A
RS
1
R/W
2
EN
3
D0
4
D1
5
D2
6
D3
7
D4
8
D5
9
D6
10
D7
11
+5V2
12
+5V2
13
GND2
14
GND2
15
KEY1
16
KEY2
17
KEY3
18
KEY4
19
KEY5
20
KEY6
21
LED1\
22
23
LED2\
24
LED3\
BR
BR
GY
BR
GY
GY
GY
BR
BR
GY
GY
BR
BR
LBR
BR
GY
GY
BL
GY
BL
RD
RD
BR
GY
BR
BR
BR
BR
GY
GY
BL
GY
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
TEST3
TEST2
GND2
/SYNC
GND2
GND2
GND2
LSU_S/H
VRB
GND2
GND2
TEST
VIDEO
/VIDEO
/LDON
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
+5V2
+24V1
+24V1
/VFM1
GND2
/START
/VFM1
/PMCLK
/READY
GND2
GND2
+5V LD
GND2
CN2
S32B-PHDSS-B
LSU
CN1
S11B-PH-K-S
CN3
S4B-PH-K-S
GND2
1
SYNC\
2
GND2
3
+5V2
4
45 sheets (35 sheets)
+24V1
11
10
VFM1\
GND2
9
+24V1
8
VFM1\
7
GND2
6
+24V1
5
PMCLK\
4
READY(READY\) 3
START\
2
GND2
1
BR
LB
BR
BL
RD
BR
GY
RD
BR
GY
RD
BR
BR
BR
GY
CN1
B4B-PH-K-S
4 GND2
3 SYNC\
2 GND2
1 +5V2
BD
VFM1
PHR-5
PMCLK
READY
START\
GND2
+24V1
1
2
3
4
5
3 +24V1
2 VFM1\
1 GND2
PM
RD
1
BR
2
GY
3
VFM1
POWER SOURCE
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H SECTION
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
RD
3 +24V1
1
BR
2 VFM1\
2
GY
GND2
3
1
LSU UNIT
Engine (1/6)
DM
MAIN
DRIVE
HUS-DV
TCS
TM1
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 6
1
2
3
4
Bias
SRA-21T-3
ZHR-4
+5V2
HUS-DV
GND2
TH-DV
51021-0400
(NC)
1
+24V1
2
TCS
3
GND2
4
FFC
#187
QR/P8-12P-C(01)
QR/P8-12S-C(01)
DVCH1
1
1
DVCH2
2
2
BR
DVCH3
3
3
BR
TH-DV
4
4
GY
GND2
5
5
GND2
6
6
BR
TCS
7
7
GY
GND2
8
8
RD
+24V1
9
9
BL
10
10
+5V2
BR
HUS-DV 11
11
WH
WH
12
12
DVBias
DEVELOPER UNIT
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
1
2 PSPS\
2
1 +24V1
CRU
PWB
TSR-04V-K
1
GND2
2
+5V2
3
CRUCLK
4
CRUSDA
FFC
173979-2
TMA
1
TMB
2
TONER HOPPER
PSPS
MM
8FE-ST-VK-N
DSW-L
8
DSW-L
7
GND2
6
GND2
5
+5V2
4
GND2
3
MM\
2
MM-T
1
TONER HOPPER
MAIN
DRIVE
8FE-BT-VK-N
8
DSW-L
7
DSW-L
6
GND2
5
GND2
4
DM\
3
DM-T
2
DMCLK\
1
(NC)
Bias
BR
BR
BR
BR
GY
GY
BR
GY
RD
BL
BR
BR
GY
BL
BR
BR
RD
1 PCU_RES
2 GND2
CN22
173981-2
CN8
B11B-PH-K-S
1 DVCH1
2 DVCH2
3 DVCH3
4 TH-DV
5 GND2
6 GND2
7 TCS
8 GND2
9 +24V1
10 +5V2
11 HUS-DV
CN5
B8B-PH-K-S
1 GND2
2 +5V2
3 CRUCLK
4 CRUSDA
5 PSPS\
6 +24V1
7 (NC)
8 +24V1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CN9
9604S-08C
DSW-F
DSW-F
GND2
GND2
+5V2
GND2
MM\
MM-T
CN7
173981-2
BK
1 TMA
BK
2 TMB
CN6
9604S-08C
1 DSW-F
2 DSW-F
3 GND2
4 GND2
5 DM\
6 DM-T
7 DMCLK\
8 (NC)
PCU
PWB
CN13
B24B-PHDSS-B
GND2
1
+24V1
2
PED
3
CPFC\
4
+5V2
5
+24V1
6
GND2
7
RRC\
8
LUD
9
+24V1
10
+5V2
11
TRC\
12
GND
13
CSS
14
GND2
15
GND2
16
PPD1
17
18
LUMB
19
+5V2
LUMA
20
CFM1\
21
22
GND2
23
+24V1
GND2
24
CN4
B32B-PHDSS-B
/POMXB
1
+5V2
2
/POMB
3
POD1
4
/POMA
5
GND2
6
/POMXA
7
+5V2
8
+24V1
9
POD2
10
+24V1
11
GND2
12
GND2
13
+5V2
14
CFM2\
15
POD3
16
+24V1
17
GND2
18
19
+24V1
CFM2\
20
+24V1
21
VFM2\
22
+24V1
23
GND2
24
(NC)
25
GND2
26
DSW-L
27
DSW-L
28
(NC)
29
(NC)
30
(NC)
31
32
DSW-F
CN20
B4B-PH-K-S
POM1\
1
POM3\
2
POM0\
3
POM2\
4
(NC)
5
(NO ASSEMBLY)
CN19
B4B-PH-K-S
POM2
1
POM0
2
POM3
3
POM1
4
(NO ASSEMBLY)
BR
GY
GY
BR
BR
BL
BR
BR
GY
RD
GY
GY
RD
BR
BR
BL
RD
GY
BR
BR
RD
BL
BR
RD
RD
RD
RD
GY
RD
GY
BR
BL
BR
BR
BR
GY
BR
BL
RD
BR
RD
GY
GY
BL
BR
BR
GY
RD
GY
BR
TSR-04V-K
GND2
+24V1
GND2
CFM1\
1
2
3
4
DRAWER
PWB
RD
BR
GY
3 +24V1
2 CFM1\
1 GND2
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
GY
CN1
S4B-PH-K-S
1 CSS
2 GND2
3 LUMB
4 LUMA
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
1 TRC1\
2 (NC)
RD
3 +24V1
BR
3
2
1
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
BR
1 RRC\
RD
2 +24V1
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
BR
1 CPFC\
RD
2 +24V1
RD
1
2
RD
3
1 RD
2 BK
CFM1
RD
3 +24V1
BR
2 VFM2\
GY
1 GND2
1 +5V2
2 PPD1
3 GND2
LUMB
LUMA
BL
3
BR
2
GY
1
GY
179228-3(AMP)
1 +5V2
2 PED
3 GND2
179228-3(AMP)
1 +5V2
2 LUD
3 GND2
179228-3(AMP)
1 +5V2
2 PPD1
3 GND2
TRC
RRC
CPFC
1 LUMB
2 LUMA
MAIN DRIVE
1
OR
2
PED
LUD
LUM
HVR
PWB
GY
PAPER EXIT UN SECTION
PPD1
VFM2
DSW-F
SFPS-41T-187
DUCT SECTION
RD
1
2
RD
3
CFM2
PS ROLLER
HVR
PWB
RD
1
BR
2
GY
3
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
BR
2 CFM2\
GY
1 GND2
1 DSW-L
2 (NC)
3 DSW-F
SMR-03V-N+SMP-03V-NC
POD3
POD2
POD1
BR
RD
BL
YL
WH
BK
CASETTE UNIT
CSS PWB
CN2
CSS
173979-2
173979-2
OR
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
BR
GY
BR
BR
+5V2
PPD1
GND2
+5V2
LUD
GND2
+5V2
PED
GND2
SMR-03V-N
1 DSW-L
2 (NC)
3 DSW-F
SFPS-41T-187
DSW-L
1
2
3
4
5
6
POM
DELIVERY UNIT
PHNR-02-H+BU02P-TR-P-H
RD
RD
RD
RD
BL
3 +5V2
BR
1 POD3
GY
2 GND2
179228-3
BL
3 +5V2
BR
1 POD2
GY
2 GND2
179228-3
179228-3
/POMXA
/POMA
/POMB
/POMXB
+24V1
+24V1
BL
1 POD1
BR
2 GND2
GY
3 +5V2
1
2
3
4
5
6
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
RD
1
BR
2
GY
3
PHNR-03-H+BU03P-TR-P-H
BL
1
BR
2
GY
3
PHNR-09-H+BU09P-TR-P-H
PHR-3
+24V1 1
CFM1\ 2
GND2 3
LEFT DOOR SECTION
BR
1 POD1
GY
2 GND2
BL
3 +5V2
SMP-03V-BC+SMR-03V-B
BR
BR
BR
BR
RD
RD
SMR-06V+SMP-06V-NC
Engine (2/6)
AC IN
B-5
B-4
B-3
B-2
B-1
(NC)
Rth1
GND2
Rth2
GND2
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 7
FG
N
N
N
L
Not
Lot
VLR-06V+VLP-06V-1
1
1 LFin
2
2 FG
3 LFout
3
4 NFin
4
5 FG
5
6 NFout
6
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
to DESK UN
ELP-02V+ELR-02VF
1
1 DH-L
2 DH-N 2
Lin
#250(GR)
BK
Lin
#250(GR)
FG
CN1
B03P-VL
3
L
2 (NC)
WH
1
N
BK
WH
BK
WH
BK
WH
BK
BK
N
L
N
L
FAX
1 2 3
DCPR
3
4
5
1
2
+12V2
GND2
GND2
HDD-VCC
LCP-04
L
N
N
L
WH
BK
WH
BK
N
L
to HDD
(N model only)
CN3
B3B-PH-K-S
+12V2
1
BUP_PR
2
GND
3
FAX
MEMORY
SW
RELAY
PWB
#250(GR)
WH
Nin
#250(GR)
WH
Nin
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-L
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-N
#250(BL)
L1
#250(YL)
N1
#250(BL)
Lout
#250(YL)
Nout
#250(BK)
#250(BK)
CN6
B5P-VH
GND2
GND2
GND2
+24V4
+5VOPT
MSW Nout
(NC)
MSW Lout
WH
1
BK
2
WH
3
BK
4
Lout
B2P3-VH
BK
#250(RD)
1 2 3
MSW NIn
(NC)
MSW LIn
Lout
1 2
CN1
BK
CN7
B2P-VH
AC/DC
PWB
BK
WH Nout
#250(RD)
L
(NC)
N
B03B-XASK-1
1
2
3
CN4
#250(WH)
Not
WH Nout
WH
BK
WH
#250(WH)
WH
Nout
#250(BK)
Lot
#250(BK)
BK
Lout
BK
4
5
6
7
CN5
B12P-HL-A
RD
+24V1
1
RD
+24V2
2
RD
+24V3
3
BL
+5V1
4
+5VOPT
5
OR
+3.3V1
6
OR
+3.3V1
7
GY
GND2
8
GY
GND2
9
GY
GND2
10
GY
11
GND2
BR
FW
12
HLCNT1
HLCNT2
MSW MON
DCCNT/
CN2
B7B-PH-K-S
+24VPR
1
(NC)
2
HLPR
3
B2P3-VH-BK
WH
1
BK
2
WH
3
BK
4
VLP-04V+VLR-04V
SRA-51T-4
CN1
B03P-VL
1 HL1N
2 HL2N
3 L
WH
CN2
L
#110(WH)
+24V1
#110(WH)
/MSWPR
WH
N1
#250(BL)
WH
N
#250(WH)
GY
VLP-03V+VLR-03V
WH
WH
1 HL1N
1
WH
WH
2 HL2N
2
BK
BK
3 L
3
SMP-04V-NC+SMR-04V-N
BR
BR
1
1 RTH1
GY
GY
2
2 GND2
BR
BR
3
3 RTH2
GY
GY
4 GND2
4
BK
FUSE PWB
#250(BL)
BK L1
#250(WH)
WH
1
2
3
4
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
+5V1
+5VOPT
BK L
MSN
#250(YL)
HL1
HL2
L2
F-GND
(NC)
Rth1
GND2
Rth2
GND2
MSW
#250(YL)
BK MSL
SRA-51T-4
WH
1 HL1
WH
2 HL2
BK
3 N2
BK
4 F-GND
GY
GY
GY
GY
09R-RWZV-K2GGP4
+CZHR-05V-S
FUSING UNIT
09P-RWZV-K4GG-P4
+CZHR-05V-S
WH
L
INLET
SRA-51T-4
HL2
SRA-51T-4
HL1
SRA-51T-4
Rth2
Rth1
#EX100
1
2
3
4
5
6
+5V1
+5V1
GND
+24V3
DCCNT
(NC)
FAX
DCPS
PL
1
GY
2
GY
3
BL
4
BL
BL
GY
RD
BR
1
2
3
4
5
6
BL
BL
GY
RD
BR
ELP-06V-NV+ELR-06N
4
3
2
1
CN3
V9PS-VH
1 +5V1
2 +5V1
3 GND
4 +24V3
5 DCCNT
6 +12V2
7 GND2
8 GND2
9 HDD-VCC
Mother PWB
to DESK UN
GY
4 GND2
GY
3 GND2
RD
2 +24V4
BL
1 +5VOPT
ELR-04NVF
CN23
173981-2
XPNC
+24V1
1
2
CN17
B9P-VH
RD 1 +24V1
RD 2 +24V2
GY 3 GND2
4 +5V2
5 +5V2
OR 6 +3.3V1
OR 7 +3.3V1
GY 8 GND2
GY 9 GND2
BR
RD
BR
PL
BR
BR
BR
GY
BR
GY
RD
BR
BR
BR
GY
CN14
B16B-PH-K-S
1 FW
2 +24VPR
3 HLPR
4 +12V2
5 HLCNT1
6 HLCNT2
7 RTH1
8 GND2
9 RTH2
10 GND2
11 +24V1
12 /MSWPR
13 MSW MON
14 BUP_PR
15 GND
16 GND
PCU
PWB
CN15
9604S-14F
DSW-F
1
GND2
2
GND2
3
DHVREM
4
MHVREM\
5
THV+PWM\ 6
GBPWM\
7
DHVPWM\
8
THV-PWM\
9
DVREM\
10
DVPWM\
11
THVREM\
12
13
MHV-T
THin
14
CN21
B8B-PH-K-R
GND2
1
PCU_RES
2
PCU-DSR
3
PCU-RXD
4
PCU-TXD
5
PCU-DTR
6
+5V2
7
(NC)
8
(NO ASSEMBLY)
1-84432-4(AMP)
14 DSW-F
13 GND2
12 GND2
11 DHVREM
10 MHVREM\
9 THV+PWM\
8 GBPWM\
7 DHVPWM\
6 THV-PWM\
5 DVREM\
4 DVPWM\
3 THVREM\
2 MHV-T
1 THin
HV
DHV
DV
PS-187
GR
BL
PS-187
GB
PS-187
THV
WH
YL
MHV
PS-187
RD
RD
WH
WH
RD
BIAS
SRA-21T-4L
SRA-21T-3
Engine (100V) (3/6)
AC IN
(NC)
Rth1
GND2
Rth2
GND2
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 8
FG
N
N
VLR-06V+VLP-06V-1
1
1 LFin
2
2 FG
3
3 LFout
4 NFin
4
5 FG
5
6 NFout
6
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
Lin
#250(GR)
BK
Lin
#250(GR)
FG
CN1
B03P-VL
3
L
2 (NC)
WH
1
N
BK
WH
to DESK UN
ELP-02V+ELR-02VF
1
1 DH-L
2 DH-N 2
WH
1
BK
2
WH
3
BK
4
#250(BK)
#250(BK)
CN7
B2P-VH
1 2
1 2 3
BK
N
L
N
L
FAX
CN6
B5P-VH
GND2
GND2
GND2
+24V4
+5VOPT
+24V1
+24V2
+24V3
+5V1
+5VOPT
+3.3V1
+3.3V1
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
FW
CN5
B12P-HL-A
1 2 3
DCPR
OR
OR
GY
GY
GY
GY
BR
RD
RD
RD
BL
+12V2
GND2
GND2
HDD-VCC
LCP-04
L
N
N
L
WH
BK
WH
BK
N
L
to HDD
(N model only)
CN3
B3B-PH-K-S
1
+12V2
2
BUP_PR
3
GND
3
4
5
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
HLCNT1
4
HLCNT2
5
MSW MON 6
DCCNT/
7
+24VPR
(NC)
HLPR
CN2
B7B-PH-K-S
FAX
MEMORY
SW
RELAY
PWB
#250(GR)
WH
Nin
#250(GR)
WH
Nin
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-L
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-N
WH
BK
N
L
Not
Lot
BK Lout
#250(RD)
#250(RD)
B2P3-VH
BK Lout
WH Nout
WH Nout
#250(WH)
#250(WH)
#250(BK)
MSW NIn
(NC)
MSW LIn
WH
1
BK
2
WH
3
BK
4
Not
Nout
Lout
#250(BK)
#187(BK)
L2R
Lot
#187(BK)
L
L
(NC)
N
B03B-XASK-1
CN4
1
2
WH
3
BK
WH
WH
BK
BK
CN1
B03P-VL
1 HL1
2 HL2
3 L2
CN1
WH
BK
1 BK
2
3
4 BK
L2
(NC)
(NC)
L2R
VLP-04V+VLR-04V
CN1
B2P4-VH
CN2
B03P-VL
1 WH
2 WH
3 BK
HL-1N
HL-2N
HL-L
BK
BR
WH
BK
MSW Nout
(NC)
MSW Lout
#250(BL)
L1
#250(YL)
N1
#250(BL)
Lout
#250(YL)
Nout
SRA-51T-4
FILTER
PWB
AC/DC
PWB
B2P3-VH-BK
BK
WH
N1
#250(BL)
WH
N
#250(WH)
GY
VLP-03V+VLR-03V
WH
1 HL1
1
WH
2
2 HL2
BK
3
3 L2
SMP-04V-NC+SMR-04V-N
BR
BR
1
1 RTH1
GY
GY
2
2 GND2
BR
BR
3
3 RTH2
GY
GY
4 GND2
4
WH
CN2
FUSE PWB
#250(BL)
BK L1
#250(WH)
BK L
WH
1
2
3
4
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
+5V1
+5VOPT
#250(YL)
MSN
#250(YL)
HL1
HL2
L2
F-GND
(NC)
Rth1
GND2
Rth2
GND2
BK
L
MSW
BK MSL
SRA-51T-4
WH
1 HL1
WH
2 HL2
BK
3 N2
BK
4 F-GND
GY
GY
GY
GY
B-5
B-4
B-3
B-2
B-1
09R-RWZV-K2GGP4
+CZHR-05V-S
FUSING UNIT
09P-RWZV-K4GG-P4
+CZHR-05V-S
WH
L
INLET
SRA-51T-4
HL2
SRA-51T-4
HL1
SRA-51T-4
Rth2
Rth1
#EX200
2
3
4
5
6
1
+5V1
+5V1
GND
+24V3
DCCNT
(NC)
FAX
DCPS
PL
1
GY
2
GY
3
BL
4
BL
BL
GY
RD
BR
6
1 BL
2 BL
3 GY
4 RD
5 BR
ELP-06V-NV+ELR-06N
3
2
1
4
CN3
V9PS-VH
1 +5V1
2 +5V1
3 GND
4 +24V3
5 DCCNT
6 +12V2
7 GND2
8 GND2
9 HDD-VCC
Mother PWB
to DESK UN
GY 4
GND2
GY
3 GND2
RD 2
+24V4
BL
1 +5VOPT
ELR-04NVF
CN23
173981-2
XPNC
+24V1
1
2
CN17
B9P-VH
RD
1 +24V1
RD
2 +24V2
GY
3 GND2
4 +5V2
5 +5V2
OR
6 +3.3V1
OR
7 +3.3V1
GY
8 GND2
GY
9 GND2
BR
BR
GY
BR
RD
BR
PL
BR
BR
BR
GY
BR
GY
CN14
B16B-PH-K-S
1 FW
2 +24VPR
3 HLPR
4 +12V1
5 HLCNT1
6 HLCNT2
7 RTH1
8 GND2
9 RTH2
10 GND2
11 (NC)
12 (NC)
13 MSW MON
14 BUP_PR
15 GND
16 GND
PCU
PWB
CN15
9604S-14F
DSW-F
1
GND2
2
GND2
3
DHVREM
4
MHVREM\
5
THV+PWM\ 6
GBPWM\
7
DHVPWM\
8
THV-PWM\
9
DVREM\
10
DVPWM\
11
THVREM\
12
13
MHV-T
THin
14
CN21
B8B-PH-K-R
GND2
1
PCU_RES
2
PCU-DSR
3
PCU-RXD
4
PCU-TXD
5
PCU-DTR
6
+5V2
7
(NC)
8
(NO ASSEMBLY)
1-84432-4(AMP)
14 DSW-F
13 GND2
12 GND2
11 DHVREM
10 MHVREM\
9 THV+PWM\
8 GBPWM\
7 DHVPWM\
6 THV-PWM\
5 DVREM\
4 DVPWM\
3 THVREM\
2 MHV-T
1 THin
HV
GB
PS-187
THV
DV
PS-187
DHV
PS-187
GR
BL
YL
WH
MHV
PS-187
RD
RD
WH
WH
RD
SRA-21T-3
BIAS
SRA-21T-4L
Engine (200V) (4/6)
AC IN
FUSING UNIT
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 9
FG
N
N
VLR-06V+VLP-06V-1
1
1 LFin
2 FG
2
3 LFout
3
4 NFin
4
5 FG
5
6
6 NFout
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
BK
YL/GR
BK
WH
YL/GR
WH
to DESK UN
ELP-02V+ELR-02VF
1 DH-L
1
2 DH-N 2
Lin
#250(GR)
BK
Lin
#250(GR)
FG
CN1
B03P-VL
3
L
2 (NC)
WH
1
N
BK
WH
N
L
Not
Lot
#250(BK)
#250(BK)
1 2
1 2 3
BK
N
L
N
L
FAX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CN6
B5P-VH
GND2
GND2
GND2
+24V4
+5VOPT
1 2 3
DCPR
L
N
N
L
WH
BK
WH
BK
to HDD
CN3
B3B-PH-K-S
+12V2
1
BUP_PR
2
GND
3
1
2
3
4
5
CN5
B12P-HL-A
RD
+24V1
1
RD
+24V2
2
RD
+24V3
3
BL
+5V1
4
+5VOPT
5
OR
+3.3V1
6
OR
+3.3V1
7
GY
GND2
8
GY
GND2
9
GY
GND2
10
GY
11
GND2
BR
FW
12
FAX
MEMORY
SW
RELAY
PWB
#250(GR) WH
Nin
#250(GR) WH
Nin
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-L
SIN-21T-1.8S
DH-N
WH
BK
WH
BK
WH
1
BK
2
WH
3
BK
4
Lout
BK
#250(RD)
B2P3-VH
Lout
#250(RD)
CN7
B2P-VH
MSW NIn
(NC)
MSW LIn
BK
WH Nout
WH Nout
L
(NC)
N
B03B-XASK-1
1
2
3
CN4
#250(WH)
Not
AC/DC
PWB
CN1
WH
BK 1
WH 2
BK 3
4
VLP-04V+VLR-04V
WH
BK
WH
#250(WH)
WH
Nout
#250(BK)
BK
Lot
#250(BK)
BK
Lout
BK
MSW Nout
(NC)
MSW Lout
#250(BL)
L1
#250(YL)
N1
#250(BL)
Lout
#250(YL)
Nout
WH
CN1
B03P-VL
1 HL-1N
2 HL-2N
3 HL-Lin
CN2
B7B-PH-K-S
+24VPR
(NC)
HLPR
HLCNT1
HLCNT2
MSW MON
DCCNT/
B2P3-VH-BK
BK
N1
#250(BL)
BK
CN1 L2out
3
2
(NC)
BK
1
L2in
B03P-VL(RD)
SRA-51T-4
WH
CN2
FUSE PWB
#250(BL)
WH
WH
N
#250(WH)
MSN
#250(YL)
GY
VLP-03V+VLR-03V
WH
WH
1 HL-1N
1
WH
WH
2
2 HL-2N
BK
BK
3 L2
3
SMP-04V-NC+SMR-04V-N
BR
BR
1 RTH1
1
GY
GY
2
2 GND2
BR
BR
3 RTH2
3
GY
GY
4 GND2
4
BK
L
#250(WH)
BK L1
1
2
3
4
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
+5V1
+5VOPT
BK L
HL1
HL2
L2
F-GND
Rth1
GND2
Rth2
GND2
(NC)
FILTER PWB
MSW
#250(YL)
BK MSL
SRA-51T-4
WH
1 HL1
WH
2 HL2
BK
3 N2
BK
4 F-GND
GY
B-5 Rth1
GY
B-4 GND2
GY B-3
Rth2
GY
B-2 GND2
B-1 (NC)
09P-RWZV-K4GG-P4 09R-RWZV-K2GGP4
+CZHR-05V-S
+CZHR-05V-S
WH
L
INLET
SRA-51T-4
HL2
SRA-51T-4
HL1
SRA-51T-4
Rth2
Rth1
#TAIWAN
N
L
+12V2
GND2
GND2
HDD-VCC
LCP-04
1
2
3
4
5
6
+5V1
+5V1
GND
+24V3
DCCNT
(NC)
FAX
DCPS
PL
1
GY
2
GY
3
BL
4
BL
BL
GY
RD
BR
1
2
3
4
5
6
BL
BL
GY
RD
BR
ELP-06V-NV+ELR-06N
4
3
2
1
GND2
GND2
+24V4
+5VOPT
ELR-04NVF
4
3
2
1
CN3
V9PS-VH
1 +5V1
2 +5V1
3 GND
4 +24V3
5 DCCNT
6 +12V2
7 GND2
8 GND2
9 HDD-VCC
Mother PWB
to DESK UN
GY
GY
RD
BL
CN23
173981-2
1 XPNC
2 +24V1
CN17
B9P-VH
RD 1 +24V1
RD 2 +24V2
GY 3 GND2
4 +5V2
5 +5V2
OR 6 +3.3V1
OR 7 +3.3V1
GY 8 GND2
GY 9 GND2
BR
BR
GY
BR
RD
BR
PL
BR
BR
BR
GY
BR
GY
CN14
B16B-PH-K-S
1 FW
2 +24VPR
3 HLPR
4 +12V2
5 HLCNT1
6 HLCNT2
7 RTH1
8 GND2
9 RTH2
10 GND2
11 (NC)
12 (NC)
13 MSW MON
14 BUP_PR
15 GND
16 GND
PCU
PWB
CN15
9604S-14F
DSW-F
1
GND2
2
GND2
3
DHVREM
4
MHVREM\
5
THV+PWM\ 6
GBPWM\
7
DHVPWM\
8
THV-PWM\
9
DVREM\
10
DVPWM\
11
THVREM\
12
MHV-T
13
THin
14
CN21
B8B-PH-K-R
1
GND2
2
PCU_RES
3
PCU-DSR
4
PCU-RXD
5
PCU-TXD
6
PCU-DTR
7
+5V2
8
(NC)
(NO ASSEMBLY)
1-84432-4(AMP)
14 DSW-F
13 GND2
12 GND2
11 DHVREM
10 MHVREM\
9 THV+PWM\
8 GBPWM\
7 DHVPWM\
6 THV-PWM\
5 DVREM\
4 DVPWM\
3 THVREM\
2 MHV-T
1 THin
HV
THV
WH
GB
GR
DHV
DV
PS-187
BL
PS-187
YL
PS-187
MHV
PS-187
RD
RD
WH
WH
RD
SRA-21T-3
BIAS
SRA-21T-4L
Engine (Taiwan) (5/6)
Engine (6/6)
ADU
CN12
B30B-PHDSS-B
VAREF
+5V3
+24V2
+24V2
GND2
GND2
ADMEN1\
ADMCK1\
ADMEN2\
ADMCK2\
MPFC\
MPFS\
DGS\
APID
APOD
APPD2
APPD1
MPLD1
MPED
MPWS
DSW-D
ADU SET
MPF SET
MSS\
ADM H/L
ADUFM\
MPLS2
MPLS1
(NC)
(NC)
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
CN10
B24B-PADES(BULE)
+5V2
1
VAREF
2
+24V2
3
GND2
4
GND2
5
MCPPD
6
MCDRS
7
MCPED
8
MCLUD
9
MCPWS
10
MCSS1
11
MCSS2
12
MCSS3
13
MCSS4
14
MCSPD
15
MC SET
16
MCPCL\
17
MCFCL\
18
MCLUM\
19
MCM-T
20
MCMCLK\ 21
MCM\
22
MCPFS\
23
DCPR\
24
MULTICS
PCU
PWB
CN11
B22B-PADRS(RED)
TXD-FIN1 1
RXD-FIN1\ 2
DTR-FIN1\ 3
DSR-FIN1\ 4
RES-FIN1 5
GND2
6
TXD-FIN2 7
RXD-FIN2\ 8
DTR-FIN2\ 9
DSR-FIN2\ 10
RES-FIN2 11
GND2
12
TXD-DSK 13
RXD-DSK\ 14
DTR-DSK\ 15
DSR-DSK\ 16
RES-DSK 17
TRC-DSK\ 18
FGS-FIN\ 19
FM1\
20
DCPR\
21
+24V2
22
DESK
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 10
DCPS
GND
GND
GND
+24V4
+5VOPT
VHR-5N
SRA-21T-4
Main body
B5P-VH
1
2
3
4
5
CN6
PCU PWB
CN11
ELP-04NV
4
GND
3
GND
+24V4
2
+5VOPT
1
B22B-PADRS
TXD_FIN1
1
RXD_FIN1/
2
DTR_FIN1/
3
DSR_FIN1/
4
5
RES_FIN1
6
GND2
7
TXD_FIN2
RXD_FIN2/
8
9
DTR_FIN2/
DSR_FIN2/
10
11
RES_FIN2
GND2
12
TXD_DSK
13
14
RXD_DSK/
15
DTR_DSK/
DSR_DSK/
16
RES_DSK
17
TRC_DSK/
18
FGS_FIN/
19
20
(N.C)
21
(N.C)
(N.C)
22
ELR-04V
GND
GND
+24V4
+5VOPT
4
3
2
1
PADP-22V-1-R
CNA
VHR-5N / B5P-VH
1
GND
2
GND
3
GND
4
+24V4
5
+5V
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 11
CNB
OPTION I/F UN
B22B-PADRS / PADP-22V-1-R
+5V
1
+5V
2
S-GND
3
+5V
4
S-GND
5
+24V_F
6
S-GND
7
+24V_F
8
S-GND
9
+24V_F 10
11
P-GND
+24V_F 12
P-GND
13
+24V_F 14
P-GND
15
+24V_D 16
P-GND
17
18
P-GND
GND
19
20
GND
21
GND
22
GND
Power I/F PWB UN
SRA-21T-3
ELP-12V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
SMR-18V-N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
SMP-11V-BC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ELR-12V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
SMP-18V-NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
SMR-11V-B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
TXD_FIN1
RXD_FIN1/
DTR_FIN1/
DSR_FIN1/
RES_FIN1
+24V_F
+5V
GND2
S-GND
F-GND
+24V_F
P-GND
AR-FN7
AR-FN6,MS1
+5V
+24V_F
GND2
S-GND
P-GND
F-GND
TXD_FIN2
RXD_FIN2
DTR_FIN2/
DSR_FIN2/
RES_FIN2
FGS_FIN/
+24V_F
+24V_F
P-GND
P_GND
S_GND
(N.C)
AR-D27,28
+24V_D
P-GND
+5V
GND2
S-GND
TXD_DSK
RXD_DSK/
DTR_DSK/
DSR_DSK/
RES_DSK
TRC_DSK
OPTION (1/1)
EX
JAPAN
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 12
DH_DH2
DH_DH1
DH_DH2
DH_DH1
WH
BK
2 DH-N(SCN)
2 DH-N(SCN)
BK
WH
2
1 DH-L(DHSW) 1
BK
WH
2
1 DH-L(DHSW) 1
ELP-02V+ELR-02V
WH
BK
ELP-02V+ELR-02V
DH-L
DH-N
GR/YL
1
2
DH-L
DH-N
BK 1
DH-L(DHSW) 1
WH
2 DH-N(SCN)
2
ELR-02VF+ELP-02V
BK
1
WH
2
ELP-02V+ELR-02VF
Main Body
SCN
1 BK
WH
2
SRA-21T-4
BK
1 DH-L(DHSW) 1
WH
2 DH-N(SCN) 2
ELR-02VF+ELP-02V
SCN
Main Body
1
2
ELP-02V+ELR-02VF
GR/YL
SRA-21T-4
AC CABLE
AC CABLE
SRA-21T-4
CN-C
B2P3-VH
DH-HEATER
PWB
1 DH-L(DHSW)
2 (NC)
WH
3 DH-N(SCN)
BK
SRA-21T-4
CN-A
B2P3-VH(BK)
DH-L
(NC)
DH-N
1
2
WH
3
BK
GR/YL
CN-C
B2P3-VH
DH-L(DHSW)
(NC)
DH-N(SCN)
1
2
WH
3
BK
DH-HEATER
PWB
CN-A
B2P3-VH(BK)
BK
1 DH-L
2 (NC)
WH
3 DH-N
GR/YL
CN-F
B2P3-VH(BL)
BK
DH-L
1
(NC)
2
DH-L(DHSW) 3 BK
CN-D
B2P3-VH(RD)
DH-L(DHSW) 1 BK
(NC)
2
DH-N(DESK) 3 WH
CN-F
B2P3-VH(BL)
BK
DH-L
1
(NC)
2
DH-L(DHSW) 3 BK
CN-B
B3B-PH-K-S
PK
DHRY1
1
VB(+24V) 2 RD
BR
DHRY2
3
SW1
PS-250
PS-250-R
SW1
1 DH-L(DHSW) 1 BK
WH
2 DH-N(DESK) 2
ELR-02V+ELP-02V
PS-250
PS-250-R
CNN
B3B-PH-K-S
1 DHRY1
2 VB(+24V)
3 DHRY2
DESK
DH_DESK
PAPER
DESK
PWB
DESK
DH-LINE (OPTION) (1/1)
3. Signal name list
Signal name
+24V_PR
+5VLD
ADUSET
APIND
APOD
APPD1
APPD2
BUP_PR
CRUCLK
CRUSDA
CSS
DMCLK
DM-T
DSR_PCU
DSW-D
DSW-F
DSW-L
DTR_PCU
DVCH1
DVCH2
DVCH3
FW
FWP-PCU
GND2_Tnin
HLCNT1
HLCNT2
HLPRout
HSYNC
HUS-DV
LSU_S/H
LUD
LUMA
LUMB
Name
Function/Operation
Power relay 24V
5V power for laser diode
ADU detection signal
ADU paper entry sensor
signal
ADU paper exit sensor
signal
ADU paper transport
sensor signal 1
ADU paper transport
sensor signal 2
Power save mode relay
signal
Power relay 24V
5V power for laser diode
ADU detection
ADU paper entry detection
Paper exit detection
ADU upper-stream section
paper pass detection
ADU lower-stream section
paper pass detection
Changeover between the
power save mode and the
normal power mode
Communication CLK
CRUM communication
CLK
Communication data/
CRUM communication
address signal
data/address signal
Paper tray insertion
Paper tray insertion
detection signal
detection
OPC drum motor rotating OPC drum motor rotating
speed control (CLK) signal speed control
OPC drum motor lock
OPC drum motor lock
detection signal
detection
Serial communication
Send control signal (serial
control signal
communication)
ADU door sensor signal
Door open/close detection
Front door open/close
Front door open/close
detection signal
detection
Left door open/close
detection signal
Control signal for serial
communication
DV unit identification
signal 1
DV unit identification
signal 2
DV unit identification
signal 3
AC power full wave signal
Flash write protect signal
GND
Fusing roller center
section heater lamp
control signal
Fusing roller both sides
heater lamp control signal
Fusing heater lamp power
relay control signal
Horizontal sync signal
Development humidity
sensor
Laser beam horizontal
sync signal
Paper tray upper limit
detection signal
Paper tray lift-up motor
control signal
Paper tray lift-up motor
control signal
Left door open/close
detection
Receive control signal
(Serial communication)
Installation
acknowledgment
Installation
acknowledgment
Installation
acknowledgment
Power monitor
Flash write protect
GND
Fusing roller center
section heating control
Fusing roller both sides
heating control
Fusing heater lamp power
relay control
Horizontal sync
Humidity detection around
the developing unit
Laser beam horizontal
position timing control
Paper tray upper limit
detection
Paper tray lift-up control
Paper tray lift-up control
Connector level
Connector
No.
L
H
—
—
14
—
—
16
With ADU
Without ADU
12
Paper pass
—
12
Paper present
Pin
NO.
2
31
22
14
PWB
Remark
name
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
12
15
PCU
Paper pass
—
12
17
PCU
Paper pass
—
12
16
PCU
—
—
2
14
12
14
—
—
5
3
PCU
—
—
5
4
PCU
With tray
Without tray
13
14
PCU
—
—
6
7
PCU
Rotation
Stop/Lock
6
6
PCU
—
—
2
25
PCU
Door open
Front door
open
Door close
Front door
close
—
Left door
close
—
21
32
1
2
1
2
1
27
28
27
PCU
Left door open
12
4
6
6
9
9
15
4
4
2
PCU
—
—
8
1
PCU
—
—
8
2
PCU
—
—
8
3
PCU
—
—
—
—
OFF
ON
14
2
5
14
1
29
1
5
PCU
PCU
PCU
PCU
OFF
ON
14
6
PCU
Relay OFF
Relay ON
14
3
PCU
—
—
—
—
2
8
15
11
PCU
PCU
—
—
16
8
PCU
—
Upper limit
13
9
PCU
Stop
Up
13
20
PCU
Stop
Up
13
18
PCU
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 13
PCU
PCU
Signal name
MCLUD
MCM_T
MCMCLK
MCPED
MCPWS
MCSET
MCSPD
MCSS1
MCSS2
MCSS3
MCSS4
MHV-T
MM-T
MPED
MPFSET
MPLD1
MPLS1
MPLS2
MPWS
PAGE
PED
PMCLK
POD1
POD2
POD3
Name
MP tray upper limit sensor
signal
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor lock
signal
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor clock
signal
MP tray paper empty
sensor signal
MP tray width sensor
detection
MP tray upper limit
detection
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor lock
detection
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor
rotating speed control
MP tray paper empty
detection
MP tray paper width
detection
MP tray paper remaining
quantity sensor signal
MP tray rear edge sensor
1 signal
MP tray rear edge sensor
2 signal
MP tray rear edge sensor
3 signal
MP tray rear edge sensor
4 signal
Main charger trouble
detection signal
Main motor lock detection
signal
ADU manual feed paper
sensor signal
Manual feed unit detection
signal
Manual feed paper length
sensor signal
ADU tray pull-out sensor
signal
ADU tray storing sensor
signal
ADU manual feed paper
width detection signal
Page signal
MP tray paper remaining
quantity detection
MP tray rear edge size
detection
MP tray rear edge size
detection
MP tray rear edge size
detection
MP tray rear edge size
detection
Main charger trouble
detection
Main motor lock detection
Paper tray empty sensor
signal
Polygon mirror motor drive
clock signal
Paper exit detection 1
signal
Paper exit detection 2
signal
Paper exit detection 3
signal
RES_DSK
Desk reset signal
RES_FIN1
Finisher reset signal
RES_FIN2
Finisher reset signal
RES_PCU
PCU reset signal
RTH1
Fusing roller temperature
detection signal
Fusing roller temperature
detection signal
RTH2
Function/Operation
Connector level
L
H
—
Upper limit
Pin
NO.
9
PWB
Remark
name
PCU
Rotation
Stop/Lock
10
20
PCU
—
—
10
21
PCU
Paper present
—
10
8
PCU
—
—
10
10
PCU
When pressed
—
10
10
16
15
PCU
PCU
When pressed
—
10
11
PCU
When pressed
—
10
12
PCU
When pressed
—
10
13
PCU
When pressed
—
10
14
PCU
Trouble/
Without MHV
Rotation
Normal
15
13
PCU
Stop/Lock
9
8
PCU
12
19
PCU
12
23
PCU
Manual feed tray paper
Paper present
—
empty detection
Manual feed unit detection
Provided
Not provided
Manual paper feed tray
paper length detection
Manual feed extension
tray pull-out detection
Manual feed extension
tray storing detection
Manual feed paper width
detection
Print timing control to the
controller (output for every
page)
Paper empty detection
Connector
No.
10
—
12
18
PCU
—
Paper
present
Pull out
12
28
PCU
—
Storing
12
27
PCU
—
—
12
20
PCU
—
—
2
13
PCU
—
Paper empty
13
3
PCU
—
16
27
PCU
—
4
4
PCU
—
4
10
PCU
—
4
16
PCU
Reset
11
17
PCU
Reset
11
5
PCU
Reset
11
11
PCU
Reset
2
17
PCU
—
14
7
PCU
—
14
9
PCU
Polygon mirror motor drive
—
clock
Detection of paper exit
Paper pass
from the fusing section
Paper exit paper pass
Paper pass
detection
Detection of paper exit to
Paper pass
the upper section paper
(Full detection)
exit tray (Full detection)
Desk reset
Operation
enable
Finisher reset
Operation
enable
Finisher reset
Operation
enable
The controller resets the
Operation
PCU.
enable
Fusing roller temperature
—
detection (Center section)
Fusing roller temperature
—
detection (Edge section)
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 14
Signal name
Name
Function/Operation
RXD_DSK
Serial I/F data (DESK)
RXD_FIN1
Serial I/F data
(FINISHER)
Serial I/F data
(FINISHER)
Serial communication
send data signal
Toner concentration
detection signal
Developing temperature
sensor
N.C.
Toner motor control signal
RXD_FIN2
RXD_PCU
TCS
Serial I/F data (DESKPCU PWB)
Serial I/F data
(FINISHER-PCU PWB)
Serial I/F data
(FINISHER-PCU PWB)
Send data to the controller
Toner concentration
detection
TH-DV
Temperature detection
around the developing unit
THVin
N.C.
TMA
Toner motor ON/OFF
control
TMB
Toner motor control signal Toner motor ON/OFF
control
TXD_DSK
Serial I/F data (DESK)
Serial I/F data (PCU PWBDESK)
TXD_FIN1
Serial I/F data
Serial I/F data (PCU PWB
(FINISHER)
- FINISHER)
TXD_FIN2
Serial I/F data
Serial I/F data (PCU PWB
(FINISHER)
- FINISHER)
TXD_PCU
Serial communication
Receive data from the
receive data signal
controller
VIDEO
Image signal
Image signal to the LSU
VIDEOinImage signal
Image signal from the
controller to the PCU PWB
VIDEOin+
Image signal
Image signal from the
controller to the PCU PWB
VRB
Laser power control signal Laser power control
XADM_H/L
ADU motor current control ADU motor current control
signal
XADMCK1
ADU upper transport
ADU upper transport
motor clock signal
motor rotation speed
control
XADMCK2
ADU lower transport
ADU lower transport
motor clock signal
motor rotation speed
control
XADMEN1
ADU upper transport
ADU upper transport
motor control signal
motor ON/OFF control
XADMEN2
ADU lower transport
ADU lower transport
motor control signal
motor ON/OFF control
XADUFM
ADU cooling fan control
Cooling fan control
signal
XCFM1_PWM Suction fan control signal Suction fan control
XCFM2PWM Ozone exhaust fan control Ozone exhaust fan control
signal
XCPFC
Paper cassette paper feed Paper feed clutch control
clutch control signal
XDGS
ADU gate solenoid control Gate select in duplex or
signal
paper exit
XDHVPWM
Separation high voltage
Separation high voltage
output control signal
PWM control
XDHVREM
Separation high voltage
Separation high voltage
control signal
ON/OFF control
XDM
OPC drum motor control OPC drum motor ON/OFF
signal (ON/OFF)
XDSR_DSK
Serial communication
Receive control
control signal
XDSR_FIN1 Serial communication
Receive control
control signal
XDSR_FIN2 Serial communication
Receive control
control signal
XDTR_DSK
Serial communication
Send control
control signal
Connector level
L
H
—
—
Connector
No.
11
Pin
NO.
14
PWB
Remark
name
PCU
—
—
11
2
PCU
—
—
11
8
PCU
—
—
2
21
PCU
—
—
8
7
PCU
—
—
8
4
PCU
—
—
—
—
15
7
14
1
PCU
—
—
7
2
PCU
—
—
11
13
PCU
—
—
11
1
PCU
—
—
11
7
PCU
—
—
2
23
PCU
—
—
—
—
16
2
13
9
PCU
PCU
—
—
2
10
PCU
—
—
—
—
16
12
9
25
PCU
PCU
—
—
12
8
PCU
—
—
12
10
PCU
ON
OFF
12
7
PCU
ON
OFF
12
9
PCU
ON
OFF
12
26
PCU
Max. air flow
OFF
OFF
ON
—
21
15
20
4
PCU
PCU
Paper
transport
Duplex
13
4
4
13
PCU
Single
12
13
PCU
—
—
15
7
PCU
ON
OFF
15
4
PCU
ON
OFF
6
5
PCU
—
—
11
16
PCU
—
—
11
4
PCU
—
—
11
10
PCU
—
—
11
15
PCU
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 15
Signal name
XDTR_FIN1
XDTR_FIN2
XDVPWM
XDVREM
XFGS_FIN
XFM1
XGBPWM
XLDON
XMCDRS
XMCFCL
XMCLUM
XMCM
XMCPCL
XMCPPD
XMHVREM
XMM
XMPFC
XMPFS
XMSS
XMSWMON
XMSWOFF
XMSWPR
XPNC
XPOF
XPOMA
XPOMB
XPOMXA
XPOMXB
XPPD1
XPSPS
XREADY
XRRC
XRSVOUT2
XSTART
Name
Serial communication
control signal
Serial communication
control signal
Developing bias voltage
control signal (PWM)
Developing bias control
(ON/OFF) signal
Finisher gate solenoid
control signal
Fan
Main charger grid bias
voltage (PWM) control
signal
Laser ON/OFF control
signal
MP door open/close
sensor signal
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport clutch
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray lift-up motor
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor
control signal
Multi-purpose paper feed
clutch
MP transport sensor
signal
Main charger control
signal
Main motor control signal
Send control
Connector level
L
H
—
—
Send control
—
—
11
9
PCU
Developing bias PWM
control
Developing bias ON/OFF
—
—
15
11
PCU
ON
OFF
15
10
PCU
Finisher gate solenoid
control
Fan
Main charger grid bias
voltage (PWM) control
—
—
11
19
PCU
—
—
—
—
11
15
20
8
PCU
PCU
Laser ON/OFF control
ON
OFF
16
15
PCU
MP left door open/close
detection
Clutch for transport from
the MP tray
MP tray lift up
—
Door close
10
7
PCU
Paper
transport
Up
—
10
18
PCU
Stop
10
19
PCU
ON
OFF
10
22
PCU
10
17
PCU
Function/Operation
Multi-purpose paper feed
tray transport motor ON/
OFF control
Clutch for paper feed from
the MP tray
Paper detection on the
path
Main charger ON/OFF
Main motor ON/OFF
control
ADU manual feed paper
Clutch for paper feed from
feed clutch control signal the manual paper feed
tray
ADU manual feed paper
Solenoid for paper feed
feed solenoid control
from the manual paper
signal
feed tray
ADU shutter solenoid
Shutter open/close control
control signal
in manual paper feed
MSW monitor signal
Main switch monitor
MSW OFF signal
Main switch OFF signal
Main switch power relay
Main switch power relay
control signal
control
Mechanism counter
Mechanism counter
Power OFF status signal Power OFF status
Paper exit motor control
Paper exit unit paper
signal (Phase A)
transport
Paper exit motor control
Paper exit unit paper
signal (Phase B)
transport
Paper exit motor control
Paper exit unit paper
signal (Phase /A)
transport
Paper exit motor control
Paper exit unit paper
signal (Phase /B)
transport
Resist roller front paper
Detection of paper pass in
pass detection signal
front of the resist roller
Separation solenoid
Separation solenoid
control signal
control
LSU motor READY signal LSU motor READY
detection
Resist roller clutch control Resist roller clutch ON/
signal
OFF control
Reserved
Reserved
Polygon mirror motor drive Polygon mirror motor
start signal
control
Connector
No.
11
Pin
NO.
3
PWB
Remark
name
PCU
Paper
detection
ON
—
10
6
PCU
OFF
15
5
PCU
ON
OFF
9
7
PCU
Paper feed
—
12
11
PCU
Paper feed
—
12
12
PCU
Paper feed
—
12
24
PCU
—
—
Relay ON
—
—
Relay OFF
14
2
14
13
19
12
PCU
PCU
PCU
—
Power OFF
—
—
Power ON
—
23
2
4
1
20
5
PCU
PCU
PCU
—
—
4
3
PCU
—
—
4
7
PCU
—
—
4
1
PCU
Paper pass
—
13
17
PCU
Separation
—
5
5
PCU
—
—
16
28
PCU
Paper
transport
—
ON
—
13
8
PCU
—
OFF
5
16
7
25
PCU
PCU
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 16
Signal name
Name
XSYNC
Function/Operation
LSU horizontal sync
detection signal
XTHV+PWM
Transfer charger output
control signal (THV+)
XTHV-PWM
Transfer charger output
control signal (THV-)
XTHVREM
Transfer charger control
signal (THV)
XTRC
Paper transport roller
clutch control signal
XTRC_DSK
Paper transport timing
signal
XVFM1_PWM Cooling fan control signal
XVFM2PWM
Heat exhaust fan control
signal
Image signal
XVIDEO
LSU horizontal sync
detection (BD sensor
signal)
Transfer charger output
control (PWM control)
Transfer charger output
control (PWM control)
Transfer charger ON/OFF
control
Paper transport roller ON/
OFF control
Paper transport timing
Connector level
L
H
—
—
Connector
No.
16
Pin
NO.
4
PWB
Remark
name
PCU
—
—
15
6
PCU
—
—
15
9
PCU
ON
OFF
15
12
PCU
—
—
13
12
PCU
—
—
11
18
PCU
Cooling fan control
Max. air flow
OFF
Max. air flow
OFF
23
26
22
PCU
Heat exhaust fan control
16
16
4
PCU
Image signal to the LSU
—
—
16
14
PCU
*1: Multi paper feed tray vertical size detection
Multi paper feed tray 1
Multi paper feed tray 2
1
2
M1SS1
M2SS1
L
H
3
4
5
6
7
0
H
H
L
L
L
H
Vertical size detection: Connector level
M1SS2
M1SS3
M1SS4
M2SS2
M2SS3
M2SS4
L
H
L
L
H
L
L
H
H
H
L
H
L
L
L
L
L
H
L
L
L
H
H
H
Paper size
AB series
Inch series
China series
B5
A4
A5R
B5R
A4R
Foolscap
B4
A3
Extra
LT
INVR
EX-R
LTR
Extra
LGL
WLT
Tray not installed
K16
A4
A5R
K16R
A4R
Foolscap
K8
*2: Options
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
CV_SIZE3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CV_SIZE2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
CV_SIZE1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
CV_SIZE0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Paper size
none
A3
A4
LT
B4
LG
WLT
INV
B5
Extra
A5
F4
A4R
B5R
LTR
A5R
MX-M350/M450 N/U ELECTRICAL SECTION 13 - 17
Memo
Memo
Memo
LEAD-FREE SOLDER
The PWB’s of this model employs lead-free solder. The “LF” marks indicated on the PWB’s and the Service Manual mean “Lead-Free” solder.
The alphabet following the LF mark shows the kind of lead-free solder.
Example:
<Solder composition code of lead-free solder>
Lead-Free
5mm
Solder composition
code (Refer to the
table at the right.)
a
Solder composition
Solder composition code
Sn-Ag-Cu
a
Sn-Ag-Bi
Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu
b
Sn-Zn-Bi
z
Sn-In-Ag-Bi
i
Sn-Cu-Ni
n
Sn-Ag-Sb
s
Bi-Sn-Ag-P
Bi-Sn-Ag
p
(1) NOTE FOR THE USE OF LEAD-FREE SOLDER THREAD
When repairing a lead-free solder PWB, use lead-free solder thread.
Never use conventional lead solder thread, which may cause a breakdown or an accident.
Since the melting point of lead-free solder thread is about 40°C higher than that of conventional lead solder thread, the use of the exclusive-use
soldering iron is recommendable.
(2) NOTE FOR SOLDERING WORK
Since the melting point of lead-free solder is about 220°C, which is about 40°C higher than that of conventional lead solder, and its soldering capacity is
inferior to conventional one, it is apt to keep the soldering iron in contact with the PWB for longer time. This may cause land separation or may exceed
the heat-resistive temperature of components. Use enough care to separate the soldering iron from the PWB when completion of soldering is
confirmed.
Since lead-free solder includes a greater quantity of tin, the iron tip may corrode easily. Turn ON/OFF the soldering iron power frequently.
If different-kind solder remains on the soldering iron tip, it is melted together with lead-free solder. To avoid this, clean the soldering iron tip after
completion of soldering work.
If the soldering iron tip is discolored black during soldering work, clean and file the tip with steel wool or a fine filer.
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.
CAUTION FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL
(For USA, CANADA)
"BATTERY DISPOSAL"
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM PRIMARY
(MANGANESS DIOXIDE) MEMORY BACK-UP BATTERY
THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. REMOVE THE
BATTERY FROM THE PRODUCT AND CONTACT YOUR
LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION
ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL OPTIONS.
"TRAITEMENT DES PILES USAGÉES"
CE PRODUIT CONTIENT UNE PILE DE SAUVEGARDE DE
MÉMOIRE LITHIUM PRIMAIRE (DIOXYDE DE MANGANÈSE)
QUI DOIT ÊTRE TRAITÉE CORRECTEMENT. ENLEVEZ LA
PILE DU PRODUIT ET PRENEZ CONTACT AVEC VOTRE
AGENCE ENVIRONNEMENTALE LOCALE POUR DES
INFORMATIONS SUR LES MÉTHODES DE RECYCLAGE ET
DE TRAITEMENT.
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