Casio SF-A7 Specifications

(with price)
SF-4300R(LX-546)
OCT. 1994
SF-4300R
R
CONTENTS
1.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .................................................................................................... 1
1-1. MAIN PCB .................................................................................................................. 1
1-2. KEY MATRIX ............................................................................................................. 2
2.
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................. 3
3.
TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES....................................................................................... 5
4.
DATA TRANSFER ............................................................................................................. 6
5.
OPERATION REFERENCE ............................................................................................. 10
5-1. RESET OPERATION ............................................................................................... 10
5-2. TO ADJUST THE DISPLAY CONTRAST ............................................................... 11
5-3. TO CHECK THE MEMORY STATUS ...................................................................... 11
5-4. THE SOUND MENU ................................................................................................. 11
6.
LSI, IC (Pin function) ...................................................................................................... 12
6-1. CPU .......................................................................................................................... 12
6-2. RAM:MB84256A-70/10LL (LSI3), ROM:µPD23C1001EAGW-K81 (LSI4) ............. 13
6-3. VOLTAGE REGULATOR:S-81253SGUP (REG1) .................................................. 14
6-4. VOLTAGE DETECTOR:S-80752AN (DET1) ........................................................... 14
7.
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................... 15
8.
HARD CHECK ................................................................................................................. 18
9.
ASSEMBLY VIEW ........................................................................................................... 23
10. PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................... 25
1.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
1-1. MAIN PCB
—1—
1-2. KEY MATRIX
—2—
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Main Modes:
Telephone Directory, Memo, Schedule Keeper, Reminder, Calendar, Home Time, World Time and
Calculator.
Data storage:
Storage and recall of telephone, memo, schedule, reminder data; calendar display; secret area; editing;
memory status display.
Clock:
World time; reminder alarm; schedule alarm; daily alarm; accuracy under normal temperatures: ±3
seconds average.
Calculation:
10-digit arithmetic calculations; arithmetic constants (+, –, ×, ÷); independent memory; percentages;
square roots; 20-digit approximations; date calculations; other mixed calculations.
General:
Display element:
16-column × 4-line LCD
Memory capacity:
32 KB (28579 bytes)
Main component:
LSI (The LX-546AQ is with an outside ROM, LSI4.)
Power supply:
2 lithium batteries (CR2032)
Power consumption:
0.05W
Battery life:
Approximately 400 hours continuous operation in Telephone Directory
Approximately 350 hours repeating one minute of input and 10 minutes of display in Telephone
Directory
Approximately 12 months for memory back up
Auto power off:
Approximately 6 minutes after last key operation
Operating temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Dimensions:
Unfolded: 9.6H × 122W × 158.5Dmm (3/8"H × 4 3/4"W × 6 1/4"D)
Folded:
12.4H × 122W × 81.5Dmm (1/2"H × 4 3/4"W × 3 1/4"D)
Weight:
89g (3.1 oz)
Current consumption:
Power switch
TYP. [µA]
MAX [µA]
OFF
—
20
ON
—
550
Storage Capacity:
The 32K bytes memory capacity includes a 28579 bytes user area. The following shows examples
of what this means for the storage of data in each mode.
Telephone Directory:
Approximately 1360, under the following conditions:
Approximately 680, under the following conditions:
Memo:
Approximately 1290, 20-character memos
—3—
8-character name
10-character telephone number
8-character name
10-character telephone number
20-character address
Schedule Keeper:
Approximately 890, under the following conditions:
1 item per day, 20 characters per item
30 days per month
Starting time specified, alarm time set
Approximately 1020, under the following conditions:
1 item per day, 20 characters per item
30 days per month
Starting time specified, no alarm time
Reminder:
Approximately 1680, under the following conditions: 10 characters per item
Alarm time set
Approximately 1900, under the following conditions: 10 characters per item
No alarm time
—4—
3.
TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES
Screw
1) Loosen the screw on the back of the SF-4300B that
holds the battery compartment cover in place, and
remove the cover.
2)
Loosen the screw that secures one of the two battery
holders in place and remove the battery holder.
RESET
Caution
Be sure to remove only one battery at a time.
Otherwise, you will lose all data stored in memory.
3)
Replace the old battery with a new one, making sure
that the positive (+) side of the new battery is facing up
(so you can see it).
4)
Replace the battery holder and secure it by tightening its screw.
• Be careful that you do not over tighten the screw.
5)
Repeat steps 2) through 4) for another battery.
• Be sure to replace all two batteries. Never mix old batteries with new ones, and be sure to use
CR2032 lithium batteries only.
6)
After you replace all two batteries, replace the battery compartment cover and secure it by tightening
its screw.
• Be careful that you do not over tighten the screw.
—5—
4.
DATA TRANSFER
SF-4300R can transfer customers data to other SF-4300R with memory protection only when replacing
the LCD or the outer case. How to transfer the data.
* Before connecting the cable (SB-60/62), be sure to reset the slave machine to clear all data.
1)
Turn off the power switch and connect the two units using the cable (SB-60/62) as shown in the
drawing.
SB-60/62 accessory cable
2)
Turn on the power switch of each machine.
3)
The slave machine must be set the date of Feb. 3rd, 1901 into the memory under the calculator mode.
Operation: 1. Press ON MENU
2. Select "CAL" mode or press 6.
3.
1
TIME
DATE
TIME
DATE
2
M
3
TIME
DATE
M+
R
SUN
1901/ 2/ 3
If you don't set the date, the "PASSWORD" isn't transferred to the slave machine.
—6—
Setting up for Data Communications
The following procedures describe what you should do to set up for data communications between
two SF Units or between an SF Unit and a personal computer. In addition to hardware connections,
it details how to set up the communications parameters and how to set up the SF-4300R to receive
data. By following these instructions carefully, you can be ensured of successful communications
every time.
To connect two SF Units
1.
2.
3.
Check to make sure that the power of the two SF Units is switched off.
Remove the covers from the connectors on the two SF Units.
Connect the two SF Units using the optional SB-60/62 cable. You can also connect them using
an SB-60/62 cable.
Important
Be sure to replace the connector covers on the SF Units when you are not performing data
communications.
4)
Check the hardware parameters.
1. Select "TEL" mode or press 1 under MENU screen.
2.
Press FUNC twice to display the second function menu.
FUNC FUNC
1*
2
3
4
TO SECRET AREA
ALL DELETE
LABEL EDIT
DATA COMM
* If the password isn't
registered in the SF unit,
display shows X instead
of "1".
CAPS
• You can perform the above operation while the initial screen of the Memo Mode, Schedule
Keeper, Calendar, or Reminder is displayed also.
3.
Press 4 to select DATA COMM.
4
1
2
3
SEND
RECEIVE
SET UP PAR.
CAPS
4.
Press 3 to select SET UP.
3
✻✻ SET UP PAR. ✻✻✻
PARITY
E O N
BIT LENGTH 7 8
BPS
4800 9600
CAPS
—7—
• N is blinking.
5.
If the units have another condition, reset as above.
• To change the parameters
1.
2.
3.
SET
5)
Use the and — cursor keys to change the selected parameter on the display.
Use the
and
cursor keys to change the high-lighted setting of the currently selected
parameter.
Press SET to store them in memory.
Set up the slave machine
1. While an initial screen is displayed, press FUNC twice to display the second function menu.
FUNC FUNC
1*
2
3
4
TO SECRET AREA
ALL DELETE
LABEL EDIT
DATA COMM
* If the password isn't
registered in the SF unit,
display shows X instead
of "1".
CAPS
• You can perform the above operation while the initial screen of the Memo Mode, Schedule
Keeper, Calendar, or Reminder is displayed also.
2.
Press 4 to select DATA COMM.
4
1
2
3
SEND
RECEIVE
SET UP PAR.
CAPS
3.
Press 2 to select RECEIVE.
2
DATA
RECEIVE OK
TO STOP
PRESS (ESC)
CAPS
6)
Set up the customer’s machine.
1. While an initial screen is displayed, press FUNC twice to display the second function menu.
FUNC FUNC
1*
2
3
4
TO SECRET AREA
ALL DELETE
LABEL EDIT
DATA COMM
* If the password isn't
registered in the SF unit,
display shows X instead
of "1".
CAPS
• You can perform the above operation while the initial screen of the Memo Mode, Schedule
Keeper, Calendar, or Reminder is displayed also.
—8—
2.
Press 4 to select DATA COMM.
4
1
2
3
SEND
RECEIVE
SET UP
CAPS
3.
Press 1 to select SEND.
1
1
2
3
ONE ITEM
MODE DATA
ALL DATA
- SEND -
CAPS
4.
Press 3 to select ALL DATA.
3
SEND ALL DATA?
SET/ESC
CAPS
5.
Press SET to start the send operation or ESC to abort the operation without sending anything.
SET or ESC
DATA
SENDING
TO STOP
PRESS (ESC)
CAPS
• Data is send in the sequence: Telephone Directory, Memo Mode, Reminder Mode, Schedule
Keeper, Calendar.
• To abort the send operation at any time, press ESC.
• If an error occurs during the send operation, the message “TRANSMIT ERROR!” appears on
the display. Press ESC to clear the error message.
6.
After the send operation is complete, the display returns to the initial screen of the mode you
were in when you started this procedure.
—9—
5. OPERATION REFERENCE
5-1. RESET OPERATION
The following procedure erases all data stored in the memory of the SF Unit.
Perform the following operation only when you want to delete all data and initialize the settings
of the SF Unit.
Remember-you should always keep copies of important data by writing it down, by transferring
it to a personal computer or other SF Unit.
To reset the SF Unit's memory
RESET button
RESET
1. Switch on power and press the RESET button with a thin, pointed object.
ALL DATA
CLEAR!
OK?
Y/N
CAPS
Warning!
The next step deletes all data stored in the SF Unit's memory. Make sure that you really want
to delete the data before you continue!
2. Press Y* to reset the memory and delete all data or N to abort the reset operation without
deleting anything.
* Note that the letter key you press to indicate "yes" depends on the system language,
as noted below.
Czech: A
Polish: T
English: Y
Spanish: S
Portuguese: S Russian: Y
Hungarian: I
Following the reset operation described above, the Home Time display appears and the SF
Unit setting are initialized as noted below.
Home Time:
Zone:
World Time:
Daily Alarm:
Menu Mode:
Language:
12-hour format
JAN/1/1994
AM/12:00 00
London(LON)
New York(NYC)
12:00 PM
Telephone mode
English
Schedule alarm → ON
Reminder Alarm → ON
Daily alarm → OFF
Key → ON
Character input:
CAPS
Sound:
— 10 —
5-2. TO ADJUST THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
1 Enter the Telephone Directory Mode.
• You could enter any mode except the Calculator mode here.
2 Press SHIFT and confirm that the "S" indicator is on the display.
3 Press CONT.
4 Use the and keys to adjust the contrast.
✻✻✻✻ CONTRAST ✻✻✻✻
(LIGHTER)
(DARKER)
CAPS
5 After you are finished, press ESC to clear the contrast adjustment display.
5-3. TO CHECK THE MEMORY STATUS
Hold down SHIFT CAPA to display a screen that shows the current memory status. To
clear the memory status display, release CAPA.
Remaining memory
capacity
✻✻✻✻ CAPACITY ✻✻✻✻
FREE 27678
USED
901
3%
CAPS
Total number of characters stored in memory
5-4. THE SOUND MENU
The sound menu lets you switch the key input tone and the various alarms of the SF Unit
on and off.
Flashing dot indicates currently selected item
SCHED AL
REMINDER
DAILY AL
KEY
● ON
● ON
ON
● ON
OFF
OFF
● OFF
OFF
CAPS
Dot indicates on/off status
The on/off status of each SOUND menu items is indicated by a dot, and the dot that is
flashing on the menu is the one that is currently selected.
Use and to change the currently selected (flashing) item. Use
and
to
switch the currently selected item on and off.
— 11 —
6.
LSI, IC (Pin function)
6-1. CPU
No.1
Pin No.
1~5
Signal
C0 ~ 4
I/O
Out
Function
Common Signal for display
6
GND
In
GND /0[V]
7,8
BZ1,2
Out
9
VDD
In
10
CSRA1
Out
Chip enable signal (Not used)
11
CSRA2
Out
Chip enable signal for RAM
12
CSROM
Out
Chip enable signal for ROM (only used in LX-546AQ)
13
WEB
Out
Write enable signal for RAM
Buzzer terminal
Power supply/5.3[V]
14,15
RA15,16
Out
Address bus for ROM (only used in LX-546AQ)
16 ~ 30
A0 ~ 14
Out
Address bus
31 ~ 38
IO0 ~ 7
I/O
Data bus
39 ~ 54
KY0 ~ 15
I/O
Key signal
55
SW
In
Battery switch (On: "L"/0[V]
56
DEBUG
-
Test for manufacturer
57
ON
58
CRCKI
In
59
SOUTB
Out
60
SIN
In
Transmission data input
61
VDD
In
Power supply/5.3[V]
62
TEST
-
Test for manufacturer
63
VTM
-
Not used
Out
Data communication enable
GND/0[V]
Transmission data output
— 12 —
Off: "H"/6[V])
Pin No.
64,65
67,69~71
Signal
I/O
OSC I/O
I/O
V1 ~ 4
Function
Clock terminal (DT-26S)
Voltage for LCD driver
OFF: 0[V]
ON:
68
NC
-
Not used
72
INTO
In
Low battery detection
73
STNT
-
GND/0[V]
74
VLCD
In
Power supply/5.3[V]
0.64(Light) ~ 1.29(Dark)[V]
V2:
1.29
~ 2.56
[V]
V3:
3.99
~ 2.71
[V]
V4:
4.64
~ 3.99
[V]
INTO<5.2[V]=> No power on
75 ~ 171
S0 ~ 95
Out
Segment signal for display
172 ~ 199
C5 ~ 32
Out
Common signal for display
168, 200
NC
-
V1:
Not used
VSS
IO0
IO1
IO2
11
12
13
VCC
WE
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE
A10
CS
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
CPU (WEB)
ADDRESS
BUS
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
A13
A8
A9
A11
A10
CPU (CSRA2)
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
A0 ~ A14 :
IO0 ~ IO7 :
WE
:
CS
:
OE
:
Address input signal
Data signal (Input/Output)
Write enable signal
Chip select signal
Output enable signal
13
14
15
16
VPP
A16
A15
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
VCC
PGM
NC
A14
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
A14
A13
A8
A9
A11
A10
CPU (CSROM)
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
VSS
— 13 —
DATA BUS
IO0
IO1
IO2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ADDRESS
BUS
RA16
RA15
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
µPD23C1001EAGW-K81
ROM: µPD23C1001EAGW-K81 (LSI 4)
ADDRESS BUS
DATA BUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DATA BUS
DATA BUS
ADDRESS BUS
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
MB84256A-70/10LL
0.1µ
6-2. RAM: MB84256A-70/10LL (LSI 3)
A0 ~ A16 :
IO0 ~ IO7 :
OE_
:
CE_
:
Address input signal
Data signal (Input/Output)
Output enable signal
Chip enable signal
6-3. VOLTAGE REGULATOR: S-81253SGUP (REG1)
Output Voltage (Vout): 5.3V ± 5%
VIN 2
3
OUT
RA
+
–
RI
RB
VREF
1
2
3
GND Vin Vout
GND 1
6-4. VOLTAGE DETECTOR: S-80752AN (DET1)
Detection Voltage(–VDET): 5.2V ± 2.5%
[5.07 V (MIN) ~ 5.33 V (MAX)]
2 VDD
1 OUT
1
2
3
Vout Vin GND
3 VSS
VDD
+VDET
–VDET
VDD
VDD
VSS
— 14 —
Input voltage
Output voltage
>5.2 V
5V
<5.2 V
0V
7.
TROUBLESHOOTING
< No power on >
N
Adjust contrast
Is contrast adjustment OK?
Y
N
Replace batteries
Is power of batteries enough?
Y
Y
Does display appear by pressing
Reset button?
Check other function
N
Y
Does it sound by key enter?
Refer to <No/Erratic display>
N
Do batteries make positive contact with
the battery springs?
N
Adjust contact and clean battery
spring
Y
Y
Is 3-pin of S-81253 (REG1) 5.3 [V]?
N
N
Are capacitor C8, C9, C10, C11,C12
OK?
Replace C8, C9, C10, C11,C12
Y
Replace REGT1
1
— 15 —
1
N
Replace DET1
Is 1-Pin of S-80752AN (DET 1) 5[V]?
Y
N
Is 11-Pin of CPU (LSI 1) sending the
signal?
Replace CPU (LSI1)
Y
N
Is 13-Pin of CPU (LSI1) sending
the signal?
Replace CPU (LSI1)
Y
N
Does RAM or ROM (for LX-546AQ)
make positive contact with PCB?
Resolder RAM (LSI3) or ROM (LSI4)
Y
Replace RAM (LSI3) or ROM (LSI4) or CPU (LSI1)
< No key input >
Does key make positive contact with PCB
Ass’y
N
Replace PCB
Y
Does CPU make positive contact with PCB?
Y
Replace CPU (LSI1)
— 16 —
N
Resolder CPU (LSI1)
< No/Erratic display >
N
Is input 2-Pin of S-81253 (REG1) 6[V]?
Check batteries
Y
N
Is output 3-Pin of S-81253 (REG1)
5.3[V]?
Replace REG1
Y
*Are voltage of several capacitors enough?
V1:
V2:
V3:
V4:
N
1.3 [V]
2.5 [V]
2.7 [V]
3.9 [V]
Y
Check solder part of C6, C7, C8,
C9, C10 or replace.
*CONTRAST: MAX
N
Does CPU (LSI1) make positive contact with PCB?
Resolder
Y
Replace CPU (LSI1)
< High current consumption >
Y
Is there any short circuit?
Check PCB
N
N
Replace capacitors
Are the several capacitors OK?
Y
Resolder/Replace CPU, IC
— 17 —
8.
HARD CHECK
No.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1
Turn on while short the short pad
(KEY61).
SELF TEST PROG.
PRESS SEARCH
QUIT BY OFF
CASIO AUG. 1993
SEARCH
3
Main menu
1 DISP
MEMORY
KEY
BUZZER
I/F
DISP
1 WHITE
2 BLACK
3 CHECK.
4
5
6
7
RVS.
FRAME
DOT 4
TIME
Display check
1
4
No display
2
5
All dots display
3
6
Checker display
4
7
The short pad is
located behind the
tape I.
2
3
4
5
TEST
MENU
2
1
NOTE
Reverse checker display
— 18 —
No.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
NOTE
5
8
FRAME
6
9
Dots appear at 4 corners.
TIME DISPLAY
10
7
Check if timer is
working.
00:00:00
ESC
TEST
MENU
11
1 DISP
12
3
13
2
HOME/WORLD
MENU
OFF ON INS DEL
TIME/DATA
DISP CHNG
KEY
2
3
4
5
MEMORY
KEY
BUZZER
EXT
1 RANDOM
2 AUTO
Key check
No display
00 01 02 03 04 ...............
...............
14
ESC .........................
FUNC ...................... P
CAPS ...................... SET
SHIFT ...................... SPACE
— 19 —
56
57
• Check the key No.
appears on the
display.
• Check the key
sounds.
• To return to the
menu mode, enter
SEARCH .
No.
OPERATION
SEARCH
15
DISPLAY
TEST
MENU
2
3
4
5
1 DISP
4
BUZZER
MEMORY
KEY
BUZZER
EXT
1 BEEP
2 ALARM1
3 ALARM2
16
NOTE
Buzzer check
2
EXECUTING!!
17
ESC
BUZZER
1 BEEP
2 ALARM1
3 ALARM2
ESC
TEST
MENU
2
3
4
5
MEMORY
KEY
BUZZER
EXT
3
4
5
6
WR2
READ2
DUMP
CHKSUM
18
19
1 DISP
2
MEMORY
1 WR1
2 READ1
20
1
21
WRITE1
— 20 —
Check the alarm 1
sound.
RAM check
No.
OPERATION
(After few seconds)
22
DISPLAY
MEMORY
1 WR1
2 READ1
2
3
4
5
6
NOTE
WR2
READ2
DUMP
CHKSUM
EXECUTING
23
COMPLETE
32KB
24
MEMORY
ESC
25
1 WR1
2 READ1
5
ESC
27
TEST
MENU
1 DISP
28
WR2
READ2
DUMP
CHKSUM
$ 00001, 00002, 00004, 00008
00010, 00020, 00040, 00080
00100, 00200, 00400, 00800
01000, 02000, 04000, 08000
10000
26
ESC
3
4
5
6
Press "RESET" key.
— 21 —
2
3
4
5
Check sound.
If RAM has defect,
error message will
be appered.
MEMORY
KEY
BUZZER
EXT
The address of
ROM (LSI4)
should be appeared.
(Only for LX-546AQ)
— 23 —
9.
16
ASSEMBLY VIEW
25
17
10
6
7
12
JC1
27
27
X1
8
19
LSI
11
3
23
9
15
22
4
c11
c9
1
20
21
29
28
26
24
13
18
2
14
5
10. PARTS LIST
N
Item
N
N
5
5
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C1~4,C7
C13
C5,6
C8,10,12
C9,11
D1
D2
DET1
JC1
LSI1
LSI1
LSI3
LSI4
Q1
R10
R12
R13
R3,20
R4,20
R5
R6
R7
R8,9
REG1
X1
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Code No.
Specification
Parts Name
A : LX-546AQ (With an outside ROM)
B : LX-546AR (Without outside ROM)
FOB Japan
Quantity M N.R.Yen
R
A
B
Unit Price
PCB ASS'Y
6413 3140 PCB ass'y
DB20BX0300S
6413 3200 PCB ass'y
DB20BX0301Q
(The two assemblies contain the following available elements.)
6510 4890 Chip capacitor
CP001A332T2
6511 7560 Chip capacitor
CP001A432T8
6510 5000 Chip capacitor
CP018F602T1
6511 7560 Chip capacitor
CP001A432T8
2803 6813 Capacitor
CB0011341R3
2390 2135 Diode
BC20MA740T0
6510 4940 Diode
BC10MA71307
2105 3297 CMOS IC
S-80752AN-JG-T1
3501 6538 Jack
HSJ1169-012010
6411 2051 COB LSI
C312133A*2
6412 6571 COB LSI
C312133A*8
2011 6972 LSI (RAM)
MB84256A-70/10LL
2011 9156 LSI (ROM)
µPD23C1001EAGW-K81
6510 4760 Transistor
BBX114YT103
6410 9500 Chip resistor
CC4703D11T3
6511 7470 Chip resistor
CC1003311C9
6510 4850 Chip resistor
CC2005311C0
6511 7440 Chip resistor
CC0000311C3
6511 7440 Chip resistor
CC0000311C3
6512 1380 Chip resistor
CC1801D11E7
6512 1410 Chip resistor
CC0473D11T3
6510 4770 Chip resistor
CC1001311C0
6512 1360 Chip resistor
CC0012D11T6
2105 3290 Regulator
S-81253SGUP-DIJ-T1
6510 4550 Crystal
BD0063P2509
3335 4606 LCD
CD418-TS
6409 6270 Hot melt film
FX200P40056
6409 6300 Battery plate (+)
EF01DB20102
6409 6310 Battery plate (–)
EF02DB10100
COMPONENTS
3122 2380 Buzzer
EFB-S55C41A8
6413 3210 Lower cabinet
FABDB201021
6409 6210 Battery change label
HGC00001102
6510 4440 Nut tape
HGFC0001206
6510 4500 Buzzer tape
HGFC0000501
6512 1080 Nut
MD100000602
6408 5920 Switch knob ass'y
DB2AXX4A00M*1
6409 6220 Battery cover
FADDB201001
6409 6230 Battery cover label
HGC00001102
6409 6120 Battery holder
ECDB1011108
6413 3160 PC sheet
EL5G0009409
6409 6140 Push button
FB3DB201001
6409 6150 Overlay mylar
EL4C0001105
6409 6160 Mask tape
HGG00012808
6409 6170 Rubber sheet
LADB2010001
6413 3170 Upper cabinet
FAADB201016
Notes: N – New parts
R–A:
M – Minimum order/supply quantity
B:
R – Rank
C:
X:
— 25 —
1
0
0
1
3,425
3,100
A
A
5
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
0
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
0
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
14
7
9
7
22
50
53
47
56
970
970
510
320
27
5
5
2
6
6
3
3
5
3
60
55
350
82
16
16
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
C
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
A
A
C
C
1
1 10
36
1
1
5
100
1
1 20
7
3
3 20
6
1
1 20
17
3
3 20
13
1
1 20
30
1
1 20
29
1
1 20
16
1
1 20
26
1
1
5
75
1
1 20
13
1
1 10
27
1
1 20
7
1
1
1
200
1
1
1
160
Essential
Stock recommended
Others
No stock recommended
C
X
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
C
C
20
20
20
20
20
5
5
10
5
1
1
1
1
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
5
5
1
5
20
20
N
Item
Code No.
N
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
6413 3180
6510 4310
6510 4350
6511 7160
6511 8400
6512 0980
6413 3220
6413 3230
N
N
Notes:
Specification
Parts Name
Sponge cushion
Screw
Screw
RB insert
Rubber sheet
Screw
Hard case
Label
FH100027507
MAA80006311
MAA80006302
LC120000102
LADB0220105
MAB20086306
FC1DB201023
HGG00014908
N – New parts
M – Minimum order/supply quantity
R – Rank
— 26 —
A : LX-546AQ (With an outside ROM)
B : LX-546AR (Without outside ROM)
FOB Japan
Quantity M N.R.Yen
R
A
B
Unit Price
2
2 20
15
X
2
2 20
3
C
1
1 20
2
B
1
1 20
17
B
1
1 20
10
C
8
8 20
2
X
1
1
5
88
X
1
1
1
120
X
R–A:
B:
C:
X:
Essential
Stock recommended
Others
No stock recommended
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