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Service Manual
Color Image Scanner
EPSON Perfection 1250/1250 PHOTO
®
TM-PERF1250
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EPSON
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Perfection 1250/1250 PHOTO Color Flatbed Scanner
Service Manual
EPSON Perfection 1250/1250 PHOTO
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FCC Compliance Statement for American Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio and television reception.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
and television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interface by one or more of the following measures:
! Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Warning
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this
equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification of this device and may
cause interference levels that exceed the limits established by the FCC
for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a
shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment
has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables connected
to unused interfaces.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
could void the user’s authority to operate the printer.
For Canadian Users
! Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interface-Causing Equipment Regulations.
! Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.
! Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for help.
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Guide to Using This Manual
Symbols Used in This Manual
Before servicing the EPSON Perfection 1250/1250 PHOTO, read the
precautions on the following page. Then turn to one of these chapters:
Chapter 1.
Product Basics
Lists the main features of the product and describes basic
control panel operations.
Chapter 2.
Technical Overview
Explains how the product works.
Chapter 3.
Troubleshooting
Tells how to identify and correct common problems.
Chapter 4.
Disassembly and Assembly
Provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the
product.
Chapter 5.
Maintenance
Describes routine maintenance procedures.
Chapter 6.
DANGER
Warnings must be followed to avoid personal injury
or death.
C A U T IO N
Cautions must be followed to avoid damaging the
scanner.
R E A S S E M B L Y
TIP
Reassembly notes provide helpful information for
reassembly.
TIP notes provide helpful tips for reassembly.
Appendix
Provides additional information for reference:
" Detailed specifications
" Connector diagram and pin assignments
" Electrical diagrams
" Parts list
" Exploded diagrams
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General Precautions
DANGER
" When servicing, unplug the scanner from the
power outlet and disconnect any attached devices.
" Never touch the primary parts of the power supply
when the scanner is plugged in. The scanner’s
primary circuitry remains live whenever it is
plugged in.
" No work should be performed on the unit by
persons unfamiliar with basic safety measures
familiar to trained electronics technicians.
" When performing testing or troubleshooting
procedures in this manual, do not connect the unit
to a power source until instructed to do so. When
the power supply cable must be connected, use
extreme caution in working on the power supply
board and other electronic components.
C A U T IO N
" Repairs on EPSON products should be performed
only by an EPSON-certified repair technician.
" Make certain that the source voltage is the same
as the rated voltage listed on the serial number/
rating plate. If the EPSON product has a primary
AC rating different from the available power
source, do not connect it to the power source.
" Always verify that the EPSON product has been
disconnected from the power source before
removing or replacing circuit boards and other
components.
" To protect sensitive microprocessors and
circuitry, use static discharge equipment, such as
anti-static wrist straps, when accessing internal
components.
" Always replace malfunctioning components with
EPSON components. Introduction of secondsource ICs or other non-approved components
may damage the product and void any applicable
EPSON warranty.
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Contents
Chapter 1 Product Basics
Chapter 5 Maintenance
Features ...................................................................................................... 13
Control Panel ............................................................................................... 13
Overview ..................................................................................................... 41
Lubrication .............................................................................................. 41
Chapter 2 Technical Overview
Chapter 6 Appendix
Basic Operation ........................................................................................... 17
Carriage Assembly ................................................................................. 17
Carriage Mechanism .............................................................................. 18
Control Circuit Overview .............................................................................. 19
Specifications .............................................................................................. 45
Basic specifications ................................................................................ 45
Basic TPU specifications ........................................................................ 46
Electrical specifications .......................................................................... 46
Resistance to electrical noise ................................................................. 47
Operating environment ........................................................................... 47
Reliability ................................................................................................ 47
Documents ............................................................................................. 47
Interface Specifications ............................................................................... 48
USB Interface ......................................................................................... 48
Control Codes ............................................................................................. 49
Scanner Connection Diagram ................................................................ 49
Connector Summary .............................................................................. 50
Connector Pin Assignments ................................................................... 50
Circuit Diagram ............................................................................................ 52
Parts List and Exploded Diagrams .............................................................. 55
Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
Overview ...................................................................................................... 23
Error Processing .......................................................................................... 23
Scanner Self-Diagnostics ............................................................................ 24
Unit-Level Troubleshooting .......................................................................... 24
Chapter 4 Disassembly & Assembly
Overview ...................................................................................................... 29
Required Tools ....................................................................................... 29
Screws .................................................................................................... 30
Disassembly Procedures ............................................................................. 30
Carriage Lock Release ........................................................................... 30
Document Cover .................................................................................... 31
Upper Cover Removal ............................................................................ 31
Carriage Assembly Removal .................................................................. 32
Motor CR/Timing Belt Removal .............................................................. 34
Main Circuit Board Removal ................................................................... 35
Control Panel Board Removal ................................................................ 36
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CHAPTER
PRODUCT BASICS
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Product Basics
1.1 Features
1.2 Control Panel
There are two EPSON Perfection 1250 models: the 1250 and the 1250
PHOTO. The Perfection 1250 PHOTO ships with a TPU (transparency unit) as
a standard feature. Both models are flat-bed color image scanners capable of
scanning up to A4 size documents (maximum scan area: 8.5 × 11.7 inch).
The control panel includes four buttons, as shown below:
The scanner’s features include:
Photo Print button
Scan to E-mail button
Scan to Web button
Start button
High resolution
! Optical resolution up to 1200 dpi
(1200 dpi in the main scan direction, 2400 dpi in the sub-scan direction)
! Maximum effective pixels:
10,200 × 14,040
! Output resolution:
Figure 1-1. Control Panel buttons
50 to 4800 dpi
Buttons
Compact and lightweight
! The world's thinnest 1200 dpi CCD scanner.
High-speed scanning
! At 1200 dpi, the scanner performs at the following speeds:
Table 1-1. Scan Speed
Setting
Speed
Monochrome (B&W)
Approx. 12 msec per line
256 Grayscale
Approx. 36 msec per line
Full Color
Approx. 36 msec per line
Command level
The four buttons (Start, Photo Print, Scan to E-mail, Scan to Web) on the
control panel can be used in conjunction with the scanner software to make
scanning very easy.
! Start
Starts EPSON Smart Panel (button function can be reassigned).
! Photo Print
Starts Photo Print, scans and prints the document.
! Scan to E-mail
The document is scanned in Full Auto mode and the image file is
automatically attached to an e-mail message.
! Scan to Web
Sends the image to the EPSON Photo Sharing web site.
! ESC/I-D2
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Product Basics
Indicator Lights
! Ready (green)
Lit when the scanner is ready to receive commands. Flashes when data is
sent to or from the host computer.
! Error (red)
Lit when an error occurs.
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CHAPTER
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW
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Technical Overview
# Mirror and lens mechanism
2.1 Basic Operation
The light that illuminates the document being scanned is reflected to the
mirror and lens mechanism inside the carriage unit. The CCD sensor
separates R, G and B components.
This chapter describes the basic operation of the Perfection 1250/1250
PHOTO engine.
Front
2.1.1 Carriage Assembly
The carriage assembly consists of a CCD sensor circuit board, an inverter
circuit board, a lamp (light source), and a mirror and lens mechanism.
Rear
Scanning
direction
Document
Lamp
Mirror 1
Lamp
Mirror 3 Mirror 2
Front
CCD sensor circuit board
Rear
CCD sensor
Inverter circuit board
CCD
Lens
Mirror 4
Figure 2-2. Mirror and Lens Mechanism
CCD sensor
Figure 2-1. Carriage Assembly Structure
# CCD sensor circuit board
This board consists of color CCD line sensors (independent R, G and B)
and circuits for controlling them.
# Inverter circuit board
This board boosts the power supply voltage to +24 V DC and converts it
from direct current to alternating current in order to drive the lamp (coldcathode fluorescent lamp).
# Lamp
A cold-cathode fluorescent lamp is used as the light source.
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Technical Overview
2.1.2 Carriage Mechanism
Rear
To generate an image, the document is scanned in the main scanning direction
(single line scan) by the CCD sensor, and then in the sub-scanning direction
(multiple line scan) by the carriage assembly as shown in Figure 2-3.
The color CCD sensor can only scan a single line in the main scanning
direction (which runs parallel to the carriage assembly direction). In order to
scan the second and subsequent lines in the sub-scanning direction, the CCD
sensor is moved by the carriage unit. Scanned data is then sent to the control
circuit board. When line n is being scanned, the image data for line n-1 is
processed at the same time, so that scanning is continuously carried out.
CR HP sensor
Carriage Assembly
CR Motor
Front
Timing belt
Driven Pulley
1 pixel
Document
2nd line
1st line
Main scanning
direction
Drive Pulley
Sub-scanning direction
(from carriage movement)
Figure 2-4. Carriage Operation
Scanner head
(carriage)
Figure 2-3. Carriage Movement
The carriage assembly slides along the guide rail in the sub-scanning direction.
This movement is powered by the CR motor via the drive pulley to the timing
belt which is secured to the carriage unit. The scanning starting position is
determined by the CR HP sensor, which is located on the control circuit board.
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Technical Overview
2.2 Control Circuit Overview
The scanner uses a single-chip, 16-bit bus CPU (IC16) which has a
transmission frequency of 20 MHz. Input image signal correction, image
processing and CCD sensor control are controlled by the ASIC (IC10). Table
2-1 describes each of the main ICs function.
Table 2-1. Description of Main ICs
IC
Location
Function
T224162B-35J
IC1
DRAM 256 x 16bit
NM24C02M8X
IC2
Reset IC
ILX555K
IC4
CCD
LM9833
IC5
ASIC : Manages the following
• CCD control
• Image processing
• USB 1.1 Interface
• Stepping motor control
• Input image signal correction
• General-purpose I/O
• Programmable frequency divider
• Buffer control
NJM78M120LA-TE1
IC7
Regulator
PC1
SW1.2.3.4
LED1
RPI-576
CR home position sensor
CARBON SWITCH Push Switch
SML-020MLT
LED
Ready : Green
Error : Red
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Technical Overview
MAIN
Figure 2-5. Control Circuit Block Diagram
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CHAPTER
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Troubleshooting
3.1 Overview
3.2 Error Processing
Follow these steps to troubleshoot the scanner:
Fatal errors
! Cause
1. Run a scan through the user interface and note which indicator lights are
on. Then determine their meaning in Scanner Self-Diagnostics on
page 24, and try the remedy provided.
2. If that doesn’t work, see Unit-Level Troubleshooting on page 24.
• Blown bulb (illumination is low)
• Carriage does not return to home position
• Other Scanner malfunction
! Process
• Lamp turns off and operation stops
• A status Bit 7 is set
! Display
• LED lights red
! Reset
After removing the cause of the error:
• Turn the power back on
• Disconnect and then re-connect the USB cable
• Send ESC @
! Receivable commands
[ESC F, ESC f, ESC @]
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Troubleshooting
3.3 Scanner Self-Diagnostics
3.4 Unit-Level Troubleshooting
When an error occurs, the scanner uses its Error and Ready indicator lights to
display the type of error.
Refer to one of these sections to solve scanner problems:
See the table below to determine the type of error:
! Carriage Doesn’t Move on page 25
Table 3-1. LED Indicators and Error Type
Red LED
On
Error Type
" Blown lamp
" Carriage does not return to the home
position
" Other scanner malfunction
! Scanner Doesn’t Initialize on page 25
! Carriage Operates But an Error Occurs on page 25
! Lamp Does Not Come On on page 25
! Image Isn’t Scanned Clearly on page 25
! Scanner Doesn’t Receive Data From Computer on page 26
! Optional TPU Doesn’t Operate on page 26
Remedy: Turn the power off and back on, send an initializtion command (ESC
@), and disconnect then reconnect the USB cable. If the light remains red,
continue with the Unit-Level Troubleshooting section.
Acceptable commands: ESC F, ESC f, ESC @
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Troubleshooting
SCANNER DOESN’T INITIALIZE
CARRIAGE OPERATES BUT AN ERROR OCCURS
When the scanner is powered up and connected to a computer with the driver
installed, the Operate light (LED) should come on, the carriage should move
briefly to the right and then return to home position. If you don’t see this, check
the following:
If the carriage operates but the scanner detects an error:
1. Make sure all connectors, especially on the power supply board, are
secure.
2. If all connectors are secure, go to the following section.
CARRIAGE DOESN’T MOVE
1. If the upper case has been removed, reinstall it.
2. If the error still occurs, replace the main board.
LAMP DOES NOT COME ON
If the fluorescent lamp doesn’t come on, check the following:
1. Check all connections to make sure they’re secure.
2. The lamp or inverter board may be worn out. Replace the CR assembly.
If the carriage does not move at all when connected to a computer with the
driver installed, check the following:
3. If the lamp still doesn’t come on, replace the main board.
1. Make sure that CN4 is connected to the main board.
IMAGE ISN’T SCANNED CLEARLY
2. With software installed and after starting a scan, check that the carriage
slides smoothly. If it catches or fails to move smoothly, replace it.
3. Check the carriage motor for a possible short circuit or open in one of its
coils. Disconnect CN5 and check resistance:
" between pins 1 and 3: 18.4 ohms
" between pins 2 and 4: 18.4 ohms
Replace the motor if defective.
4. If you can’t find any other problems, replace the main board.
If the image appears blurry, out of focus, or has other problems, check the
following:
1. Check the document glass. Clean it if necessary with a soft, dry cloth. You
can also use a neutral cleaning agent, then wipe it dry.
2. Check the lamp; it may be dirty or darkened in some areas. Clean or
replace as needed.
3. Check the mirror in the carriage unit; clean it if needed.
4. If the scanner’s parts are clean and you still don’t get a good image,
replace the main board and retest.
5. After eliminating all other possibilities, there may be an optical problem in
the carriage, mirror unit, or CCD sensor unit. In that case, replace the
entire scanner mechanism.
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Troubleshooting
SCANNER DOESN’T RECEIVE DATA FROM COMPUTER
If the scanner doesn’t seem to receive data, check the following:
1. Make sure the USB controller is enabled. To do so:
a. Start Windows.
b. Select My Computer, click the right mouse button and choose
Properties.
c. Click Device Manager and make sure Universal Serial Bus Controller is
enabled.
2. The TWAIN driver user interface is not installed correctly. Try removing it
through the Add/Remove Programs icon in the Windows Control Panel,
then reinstall it.
3. The USB cable may be defective. Try replacing it.
4. If all other possibilites are eliminated, try replacing the main board.
OPTIONAL TPU DOESN’T OPERATE
If the optional TPU doesn’t operate, check the following:
1. Make sure CN6 is properly connected to the main board.
2. Check to see if the TPU is receiving power. Check the voltage of the lamp.
It should be 24 volts. Check the voltage of the sensor circuit. It should be 5
volts. Replace the TPU as necessary.
3. Replace the main board if the TPU still doesn’t operate.
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CHAPTER
DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY
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4.1 Overview
Follow the steps in this chapter to disassemble and assemble the scanner.
Unless otherwise noted, you can reassemble the scanner by following the
disassembly steps in reverse.
DANGER
4.1.1 Required Tools
Use the following tools when servicing the scanner:
Table 4-1. Tool List
Description
" Unplug the scanner from the AC power outlet before
servicing.
" Wear gloves and use an anti-static device such as a wrist
strap when servicing the scanner.
C A U T IO N
Disassembly and Assembly
" Perform servicing only on flat, stable surfaces.
" Use only the specified tools when servicing the scanner.
Availablity
Phillips Screwdrivers
(No. 1 and No. 2)
commercially available
Flat-tipped screwdriver
commercially available
Needlenose pliers
commercially available
Tweezers
commercially available
Loctite™ (screw lock fluid)
commercially available
The scanner directions referred to in the disassembly procedures are as
follows.
Figure 4-1. Direction Definitions
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Disassembly and Assembly
4.2 Disassembly Procedures
4.1.2 Screws
See the tables below if you’ve forgotten where to put a particular screw.
Screws are referred to by number throughout the disassembly instructions.
This section describes the disassembly and removal procedures for each
major component of the scanner.
Table 4-2. Screw Name Abbreviations
4.2.1 Carriage Lock Release
Abbreviation
Screw Name
CBP
P-type cross-head binding screw
1. Disconnect the power cable from the scanner.
CBB
B-type cross-head binding screw
2. Make sure the carriage lock at the rear of the scanner is in the released
position.
Table 4-3. List of Screw Types
No.
Specification
1
CBP(M3x8)
2
CBB(M2.5x12)
Shape
Locked Position
Released Position
Figure 4-2. Carriage Lock Position
C A U T IO N
Before relocking the carriage to transport the scanner,
make sure that the carriage is in the home position.
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Disassembly and Assembly
4.2.2 Document Cover
4.2.3 Upper Cover Removal
1. Open the document cover.
Preparation:
2. Holding it by its edges, lift the document cover straight up to remove it.
" Remove the document cover as described in the previous section.
" Move the carriage lock to the locked position as described in Carriage
Lock Release on page 30.
Document Cover
1. Remove two screws (CBP, M3x8) from the rear of the scanner.
2. Disengage the six hooks at the left and right of the cover (use a flat-tipped
screwdriver or similar tool to work the cover upward), then lift the back of
the upper cover and push it forward to remove it.
C A U T IO N
" When removing the upper cover, make sure that the
hooks are fully disengaged and that the tabs do not get
broken.
" The edges of the metal shields are sharp, so be careful
during disassembly and reassembly.
Figure 4-3. Document Cover Removal
CBP (M3x8) screws
Figure 4-4. Document Cover Removal
Figure 4-5. Upper Cover Removal - Remove Rear Screws
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Hooks
Disassembly and Assembly
4.2.4 Carriage Assembly Removal
Preparation:
" Remove the document cover as described in Document Cover on
page 31.
" Release the carriage as described in Carriage Lock Release on
page 30.
1. Remove one screw (CBB, M2.5x12), and then remove the driven pulley to
loosen the timing belt.
2. Remove the CR Shaft from the holder.
3. Remove the timing belt from the carriage assembly.
4. Disconnect the white ribbon cable from the main circuit board.
CR Shaft
Holder
CBB (M2.5x12) screw
Figure 4-6. Upper Cover Removal - Disengage Hooks
Pulley
Figure 4-8. Carriage Assembly Removal (1)
Figure 4-7. View With Upper Cover Removed
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Disassembly and Assembly
R E A S S E M B L Y
C A U T IO N
When attaching the timing belt to the carriage assembly,
Loctite screw lock should be used.
When applying the Loctite screw lock, turn the carriage
assembly upside down so that the Loctite screw lock does
not get onto any other parts.
FFC
Figure 4-9. Carriage Assembly Removal (2)
Figure 4-11. Remove FFC from Main Circuit Board
Loctite
Screw lock
Figure 4-10. Timing Belt Removal
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Disassembly and Assembly
4.2.5 Motor CR/Timing Belt Removal
CR Motor Unit
Preparation:
" Remove the document cover as described in Document Cover on
page 31.
" Remove the upper cover as described in Upper Cover Removal on
page 31.
" Release the carriage as described in Carriage Lock Release on
page 30.
Connector
" Remove the carriage assembly as described in Carriage Assembly
Removal on page 32.
1. Remove two screws (CBP, M3x8) securing the main board shield plate,
and then remove the main circuit board shield plate.
CBP (M3x8) screws
2. Remove three screws (CBP, M3x8) securing the CR motor unit.
3. Disconnect the CR motor unit cable from the main circuit board connector
(CN5), and then remove the CR motor unit.
CBP (M3x8) screws
Shield Plate
Figure 4-13. Motor CR Unit Removal
4. Remove the timing belt from the CR motor unit.
5. Remove the E-ring of the drive pulley.
6. Remove the drive pulley.
Figure 4-12. Main Circuit Board Shield Plate Removal
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Disassembly and Assembly
4.2.6 Main Circuit Board Removal
Drive Pulley
Preparation:
" Remove the document cover as described in Document Cover on
page 31.
" Remove the upper cover as described in Upper Cover Removal on
page 31.
" Release the carriage as described in Carriage Lock Release on
page 30.
1. Gently slide the carriage assembly forward until the main circuit board
shield plate can be seen.
2. Remove two screws (CBP, M3x8) securing the main circuit board shield
plate, and then remove it.
E-Ring
3. Disconnect the cables from the CR motor connector (CN5), carriage ribbon
cable connector (CN4) and control panel connector (CN3).
Timing Belt
Figure 4-14. Timing Belt Removal
4. Remove the main circuit board.
Carriage Assembly
Timing Belt
CBP (M3x8) screws
E-Ring
Drive Pulley
Figure 4-16. Main Circuit Board Removal
Figure 4-15. CR Motor Unit
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Carriage Cable
Connector
Disassembly and Assembly
CR Motor Connector
4.2.7 Control Panel Board Removal
Preparation:
" Remove the document cover as described in Document Cover on
page 31.
" Remove the upper cover as described in Upper Cover Removal on
page 31.
1. Disconnect the cable from CN1, disengage the two hooks, and then
remove the control panel board.
Hooks
Control Panel
Connector
Figure 4-17. Main Circuit Board Removal
Control Panel Board
Figure 4-18. Control Panel Board Removal
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Disassembly and Assembly
Control Panel Board
Connector
Figure 4-19. Control Panel Board Removal
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Disassembly and Assembly
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CHAPTER
MAINTENANCE
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Maintenance
5.1 Overview
Table 5-2. Lubrication Points
Perform cleaning when dirt is noticeable or affects the quality of scanned
images.
! Document Glass
Clean with a soft, dry cloth. If necessary, you may use a neutral detergent,
and then wipe it dry.
Figure
Lubrication Points
Lubrication
5-1
Drive pulley shaft
G-26 (1.0x3mm)
5-2
Tensioning pulley shaft
G-26 (1.0x3mm)
5-3
CR shaft
G-26 (1.0x3mm)
! Outer Case
Clean with a slightly moistened cloth. To remove stubborn stains, use a
neutral detergent.
C A U T IO N
C A U T IO N
Excessive lubrication may cause damage to the carriage
mechanism.
Never use organic solvents such as thinner or benzene to
clean the scanner.
5.1.1 Lubrication
You need to lubricate the carriage assembly if you have replaced it or it begins
making abnormal noise. Refer to the following tables for recommended grease
type and application points.
Table 5-1. Recommended Grease
Drive Pulley Shaft
Grease Type
Contents
Part Number
Availability
G-26
40g
B702600001
EPSON product;
not commerically
available
Figure 5-1. Lubrication Point
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Maintenance
Tensioning Pully Shaft
Figure 5-2. Lubrication Point
CR Shaft
Figure 5-3. Lubrication Point
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CHAPTER
APPENDIX
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6.1 Specifications
Appendix
Size
10.9” (W) x 17.2” (D) x 2.6” (H)
278 (W) x 438 (D) x 67 (H) mm
This chapter provides additional information that may be useful when servicing
the scanner.
Weight
Approx. 5.5 pounds (2.5 kg)
6.1.1 Basic specifications
Image processing functions
" Gamma correction
User-defined correction table setting
" Image output data
8-bit or 1-bit
Type
Desktop color image scanner
Scanning method
Fixed bed document scanning with movable
scanning head
Interface
USB (B connector - 1 receptacle)
Image scanning device
Color CCD line sensors (3-line type)
Light source
White cold-cathode fluorescent lamp
Scanning area
A4 (US Letter)
Power switch
None
Max. effective area
8.5" x 11.7" (216 mm x 297 mm)
Indicator LEDs
Two-color LEDs
Max. effective resolution 10,200 x 14,040 dots (1200 dpi)
Option
TPU
Resolution
Main: 1200 dpi
Sub: 2400 dpi
Scanning time
Output resolution
50 – 4800 dpi
(setting in units of 1 dpi possible)
7200 dpi, 9600 dpi
PC (A4 size using a Pentium-3, 550 MHz,
256 MB or more PC)
600 dpi: 175 seconds or less
1200 dpi: 800 seconds or less
Operating Systems
• Windows 98
• Windows 2000 Pro
• Windows ME
• Macintosh System 8.5 or higher (with standard USB
port)
• Post-release support is planned for MAC OS X and
Windows XP
Hub
The device must be connected to a tier 1 hub.
Gradations
All pixels/all colors: 16-bit (input)
1-bit or 8-bit (output)
Color separation method Color CCD
Scanning speed
Command level
Black & White: Approx. 12 msec./line
256 grayscale: Approx. 36 msec./line
Full color: Approx. 36 msec./line
(A4, 1200 dpi, high-speed scanning, not
including data transmission time)
ESC/I-D2
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6.1.2 Basic TPU specifications
17.2 inches
(438mm)
Light source
White cold-cathode fluorescent lamp
Max. scanning area
1.4” x 1.4” (36 mm x 36 mm)
Document sizes
35 mm strip film (positive, negative)
35 mm slides (positive, negative)
Dimensions
3.4” (W) x 5.7” (D) x 2.2” (H)
88 (W) x 145 (D) x 56 (H) mm
Weight
Approx. 0.66 pounds (0.3 kg)
6.1.3 Electrical specifications
Scanner electrical characteristics
Figure 6-1. Scanner Dimensions
2.6 inches
(67mm)
10.9 inches
(278mm)
" Rated input voltage
15.2 V DC
" Rated power
Operation:
Standby:
Energy saving mode:
" Rated input current
1.2 A/15.2 V DC
Approx.18 W
Approx. 5 W
Approx.10 W
AC adapter electrical characteristics
" Power supply voltage
Rated: 100 V AC ± 10%
" Rated input current
0.4 A
" Power supply frequency Rated: 50/60 Hz (49.5-60.5 Hz)
" Rated output voltage
15.2 V DC
" Rated output current
1.2 A
" Insulation resistance
10 MΩ or higher at 500 V DC
(between AC line and chassis)
" Dielectric resistance
1200 V AC for 1 minute
(between AC line and chassis)
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6.1.7 Documents
TPU electrical characteristics
" Rated input voltage
15 V DC
" Rated power supply
Operation: Average 4 W
Standby: Average 0 W
" Rated input current
Reflective documents
0.3 A
Smooth surfaced documents
Transparent documents Negative and positive films can be scanned
using the separate transparency unit
6.1.4 Resistance to electrical noise
Static electricity
Panel
No errors at 10 kV or less
No damage at 15 kV or less
No errors at 7 kV or less
No damage at 15 kV or less
Constants: 150 Ω, 150 pF
Metallic parts
Test conditions
Voltage
3 – 15 kV
Cycles
120
6.1.5 Operating environment
Temperature
Operation:
Storage:
41°F – 95°F (5°C – 35°C)
-13°F – 140°F (-25°C – 60°C)
Humidity
Operation:
Storage:
10% – 80% (no condensation)
10% – 85% (no condensation)
6.1.6 Reliability
Main unit
MCBF carriage oscillation10,000 cycles
Main unit light source
MTTF 5000 hours
TPU
Light source MTTF5000 hours
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6.2 Interface Specifications
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Connector
B receptacle x 1
This scanner is equipped with a standard USB interface as described below.
6.2.1 USB Interface
The scanner has the following configuration specifications.
.
Device
Max. packet size or end point 0: 8 bytes
Vendor ID: 0x04B8
Product ID: 0x010F
No. of connectors: 1
Configuration
Interfaces supported: 1
Characteristics
• Self-powering
• Remote
• Wake-up function not yet supported
• Bus power consumption: 2 mA
Interface 0
Alternate setting values: None
No. of end points: 3
End point 1
Interrupt IN transfer
Max. packet size: 1 byte
End point 2
Bulk In transfer
Max. packet size: 64 bytes
End point 3
Bulk out transfer
Max. packet size: 64 bytes
String descriptor
Manufacturer's name: "EPSON"
Product name: "Perfection 1250/1250 PHOTO"
Electrical specifications
Figure 6-2. B Receptacle Pin Layout
Pin No.
Signal
1
VCC
2
–Data
3
+Data
4
GND
Conforms to high-speed (12 Mbps) mode
specifications in the Universal Serial Bus
specifications Revision 1.1
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6.3 Control Codes
6.3.1 Scanner Connection Diagram
The command level for this scanner is ESC/I-D2. The commands supported by
the scanner are shown in the following table.
The scanner connection diagram is shown below.
Table 6-1. Control Codes
Category
Executable
commands
Data form setting
Correction
processing
Auxiliary, other
Control
Command Name
Code
ID request
ESC I
ID2 request
ESC i
Status request
ESC F
Expansion status request
ESC f
Scanning start
ESC G
Pushbutton status request
ESC !
Data format setting
ESC D i
Resolution setting
ESC R n1 n2
Scanning area setting
ESC A n1 n2 n3 n4
Color setting
ESC C i
Gamma correction setting
ESC Z i
Gamma correction table
setting
ESC z i d[256]
Threshold value setting
ESC t i
Scanning mode
ESC g i
Initialization
ESC @
Option control
ESC e i
Line counter setting
ESC d i
Normal result
ACK
Error result
NACK
Scanning stop
CAN
Header
STX
(Main Board)
4
4
Figure 6-3. Connection Diagram
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6.3.2 Connector Summary
Table 6-4. Main Circuit Board CN2
Connectors used in the scanner are listed below. For their pin assignments,
refer to the tables listed in the right-hand column.
Table 6-2. Connector Summary
Board
Connector
Function
No. of Pins
Ref.
Table
CN1
AC input
2
6-3
CN2
USB connector
6
6-4
CN3
Panel circuit board
7
6-5
CN4
CCD circuit board
23
6-6
CN5
CR motor
5
6-7
CN6
TPU
7
6-8
CN1
Main circuit board
23
6-3
CN2
Inverter circuit board
2
6-9
Inverter circuit
board
CN1
CCD circuit board
2
6-9
CN2
Lamp
2
6-10
Panel circuit board
CN1
Main circuit board
7
6-5
Main circuit board
CCD circuit board
6.3.3 Connector Pin Assignments
The pin assignments for circuit board connectors are shown in the following
tables.
Table 6-3. Main Circuit Board CN1
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
+15VDC
I
2
GND
—
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
VCC
I
2
–Data
I/O
3
+Data
I/O
4
GND
—
Table 6-5. Main Circuit Board CN3
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
5V
O
2
GREEN
O
3
RED
O
4
Push–SW1
I
5
Push–SW2
I
6
Push–SW3
I
7
Push–SW4
I
Table 6-6. Main Circuit Board CN4
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
+15V
O
2
GND
—
3
B#
I
4
B
I
5
A#
I
6
A
I
7
GND
—
8
SENSEB
O
9
SENSEA
O
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Table 6-8. Main Circuit Board CN6
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
10
HP
O
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
11
+15V
O
1
+15V
O
12
PM–SW4
O
2
TPU_DETECT
I
13
PM–SW3
O
3
NC
—
14
PM–SW2
O
4
GND
—
15
PM–SW1
O
16
+5V
O
17
DETECT
O
18
OP–LED
I
19
ERR–LED
I
20
GND
—
21
+Data
I/O
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
22
–Data
I/O
1
+25V
O
23
TPU
I
2
INV–GND
—
Table 6-9. CCD Circuit Board CN2
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
+LSV
O
2
GND
—
Table 6-10. Inverter Circuit Board CN2
Table 6-7. Main Circuit Board CN5
Pin No.
Signal
I/O
1
MOTB#
O
2
MOTA#
O
3
MOTB
O
4
MOTA
O
5
+15V
O
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6.4 Circuit Diagram
The following pages show the circuit diagrams for the scanner's control circuits.
" Main (interface) Board
" CCD Board
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Figure 6-4. Main (interface) Board
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Figure 6-5. CCD Board
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6.5 Parts List and Exploded Diagrams
Table 6-11. Parts List
Part No.
Table 6-11. Parts List
Part No.
Part Name
Part Name
503
PULLEY,DRIVE
504
PULLEY,DRIVEN
100
MAT,COVER,DOCUMENT
505
SHIELD,BASE
101
HOUSING,LOWER
506
SHIELD,VERTICAL
102
COVER,DOCUMENT
507
SHIELD,BASE,BOARD
103
LOCK,CARRIAGE
508
SHIELD,REAR
104
FOOT
509
SHIELD,FRONT
105
DOUBLE SIDED TAPE,305X10
510
HOLDER ASSY.,MOTOR
106
LOGO PLATE 10X40;C
511
CR MOTOR
107
HOUSING ASSY,UPPER;ASP
512
CARRIAGE ASSY.
200
BOARD ASSY.,I/F
01
INDIVIDUAL CARTON BOX,FOR AMERICA
201
BOARD ASSY.,PNL
02
PAD,SCANNER,FRONT
202
HARNESS,IF-PNL
03
PAD,SCANNER,REAR
CN4
CONNECTOR
800
TPU ASSY
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE
801
35MM FILM STRIP HOLDER
CHOKE COIL
802
35MM SLIDE HOLDER
D1
FLS1
IC4
IC
Q2
TRANSISTOR
Q3
TRANSISTOR
Q4
TRANSISTOR
400
POWER CABLE
401
AC ADAPTER
500
SHAFT,CR
501
TIMING BELT
502
TORSION SPRING,47
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102
106
The parts to which no reference number
is assigned will not be available as
after-sale service parts.
512
100
108
108
107
505
500
200
105
511
507
508
202
510
506
201
400
103
401
501
509
502
101
503
513
504
104
GT-7200U/PERFECTION 1250
No.01 Rev.01 10328
Figure 6-6. Exploded Diagram (1)
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The parts to which no reference number
is assigned will not be available as
after-sale service parts.
03
01
02
GT-7200U/PERFECTION 1250 No.02 Rev.01 10328
Figure 6-7. Exploded Diagram (2)
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800
801
802
PERFECTION 1250 PHOTO No.03 Rev.01 10328
Figure 6-8. Exploded Diagram (3)
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