UBA RC Service Manual

UBA RC Service Manual
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UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler
Operation and Maintenance
Manual
(Revision 1)
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
Issue #4088-SME-01-01
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler Operation and Maintenance Manual
Issue #4088-SME-01-01
REVISION HISTORY
Rev №.
Date
A
10/24/11
Initial Version
1
12/30/13
Specification, Exploded View, Parts Lists and Copyright changes
per JCM Engineering and Technical Support recommendations
Reason for Update
Comment
International Compliance
or
• RoHS Directives
• UL & c-UL Marks
or
or
or
File No. E142330, Subscriber 857947001, Vol. 2
• CE Mark
• CB Scheme JPULA-03913
• FCC Directives
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FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class “A” Digital Device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated
in a commercial environment.
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 communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IC NOTICE
This Class “A” Digital Apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la Classe “A” est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler
Table of Contents
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1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................. 1-1
Description .................................................................................................................. 1-1
UBA-RC Unit Assembly ............................................................................................. 1-1
Model Descriptions .................................................................................................... 1-2
Type Descriptions ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Software Descriptions ................................................................................................ 1-2
Precautions ................................................................................................................. 1-2
User Cautions ...........................................................................................................................1-3
Installation Cautions ..............................................................................................................1-3
Mounting, Dismounting & Transportation ...............................................................................1-3
Preventive Maintenance ............................................................................................. 1-3
Banknote Fitness Requirements ..............................................................................................1-4
Banknote Storage Requirements .............................................................................................1-4
Primary Features ........................................................................................................ 1-4
Component Names ..................................................................................................... 1-5
Specifications ............................................................................................................. 1-6
Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................1-6
Environmental Specifications ..................................................................................................1-7
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................................1-7
Structural Specifications ...........................................................................................................1-7
Unit Dimensions ......................................................................................................... 1-8
Entire Unit Outside Dimensions ...............................................................................................1-8
Entire Unit Outside Dimensions (Continued) ............................................................................1-9
International Compliance ......................................................................................... 1-10
Technical Contact Information ................................................................................ 1-11
Americas ................................................................................................................................ 1-11
JCM American ..................................................................................................................... 1-11
Europe, Africa, Russia & Middle East .................................................................................... 1-11
JCM Europe GmbH ............................................................................................................. 1-11
UK & Ireland ........................................................................................................................... 1-11
JCM Europe (UK Office) ...................................................................................................... 1-11
Asia and Oceania ................................................................................................................... 1-11
JCM Gold (HK) Ltd. ............................................................................................................. 1-11
JAPAN CASH MACHINE CO., LTD. (HQ) ........................................................................... 1-11
2 INSTALLATION .................................................................................................. 2-1
Installation Procedure ................................................................................................ 2-1
Cable Interconnection ................................................................................................ 2-2
DIP Switch Configuration .......................................................................................... 2-2
Jumper Configurations .............................................................................................. 2-2
Connector Pin Assignments ..................................................................................... 2-3
Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) .................................................................................2-4
Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) .................................................................................2-5
Connector Pin Assignments (Continued) .................................................................................2-5
Preventive Maintenance ............................................................................................. 2-6
Restoring Banknotes ................................................................................................................2-6
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Restoring Banknotes using the UBA Transport Unit ............................................................. 2-6
Restoring Banknotes Directly into the Recycler Unit ............................................................. 2-6
Retrieving Banknotes ................................................................................................ 2-6
Sending Retrieved Banknotes to the Cash Box ....................................................................... 2-6
Sending Retrieved Banknotes to the Cash Box by Command ................................................ 2-6
Retrieving Banknotes Directly .................................................................................................. 2-6
Dispense Settings ...................................................................................................... 2-7
Clearing a Banknote Jam .......................................................................................... 2-7
Cleaning Procedure ................................................................................................................. 2-7
Sensor Cleaning Procedure .................................................................................................. 2-7
Sensor and Roller Locations ..................................................................................... 2-9
Standard Interface Circuit Schematics ................................................................... 2-10
Operational Flowcharts .............................................................................................2-11
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 1)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 2)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 3)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 4)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 5)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 6)
Operational Flowcharts (Continued 7)
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3 COMMUNICATIONS ........................................................................................... 3-1
Americas ..................................................................................................................... 3-1
JCM American ......................................................................................................................... 3-1
Europe, Africa, Russia & Middle East ...................................................................... 3-1
JCM Europe GmbH ................................................................................................................. 3-1
UK & Ireland ................................................................................................................ 3-1
JCM Europe (UK Office) .......................................................................................................... 3-1
Asia and Oceania ....................................................................................................... 3-1
JCM Gold (HK) Ltd. .................................................................................................................. 3-1
JAPAN CASH MACHINE CO., LTD. (HQ) ............................................................................... 3-1
4 DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY ......................................................................... 4-1
Tool Requirements ..................................................................................................... 4-1
Power Source Board Removal .................................................................................. 4-1
Lifter Motor Encoder Board Assy Removal ............................................................. 4-1
Recycler CPU Board Assy Removal ......................................................................... 4-2
Emission Side Double Note Sensor Removal ......................................................... 4-2
Lifter Motor Assy Removal ........................................................................................ 4-3
Upper & Lower Full Sensor PT/Upper & Lower End Sensor LED Removal .......... 4-3
Upper & Lower Full Sensor LED/Upper & Lower End Sensor PT/Lifter 
Home Position Sensor LED & PT Removal .............................................................. 4-4
Upper & Lower Flapper Pusher Lever Solenoid Removal ...................................... 4-5
Flapper Open/Close Circuit Board Removal ............................................................ 4-5
Banknote Transaction Sensor/Transport Unit Encoder Board 
& Double Note Sensor PT Removal .......................................................................... 4-6
Banknote Transaction Sensor & Box Sensor Board Removal ............................... 4-6
Recycler Encoder Board Removal ............................................................................ 4-7
Upper & Lower Recycler Transport Motor Assy Removal ...................................... 4-7
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Timing Belt Removal .................................................................................................. 4-8
Pick Roller Removal ................................................................................................... 4-8
Feed Roller Removal .................................................................................................. 4-9
Impeller and Stop Roller Removal .......................................................................... 4-10
O-Ring (Pusher Plate) Removal .............................................................................. 4-11
Roller Timing Belt and O-Ring Removal ................................................................ 4-11
Pusher Plate Re-installation ...................................................................................................4-12
5 WIRING DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................... 5-1
Entire System Wiring Diagram .................................................................................. 5-1
Transport Unit & Frame Unit Wiring Diagram (Partial) ............................................ 5-2
Frame Unit Wiring Diagram (Partial) ........................................................................................5-3
6 PERFORMANCE TESTS .................................................................................... 6-1
Download and Installation Workbench Tool Requirements ................................... 6-1
JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition Installation .......................................................... 6-1
JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition .............................................................................. 6-3
Firmware Download Procedure ................................................................................. 6-3
Calibration ................................................................................................................... 6-5
When to Calibrate .....................................................................................................................6-5
Calibration Tool Requirements .................................................................................................6-5
UBA-RC Reference Paper .......................................................................................................6-5
Placing the Reference Paper ...................................................................................................6-5
Calibration and Testing Program ..............................................................................................6-5
Sensor Calibration and Performance Testing ...........................................................................6-5
Model Information Confirmation ...............................................................................................6-8
Reading the Model Information ................................................................................................6-9
Reading the UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Version .....................................................................6-9
Individual Calibration and Performance Test ........................................................ 6-10
Sensor Test Screen ................................................................................................................6-10
Individual Calibration ..............................................................................................................6-10
Load Sensor Data ................................................................................................................6-10
Double Note Detection Sensor Calibration ..........................................................................6-10
RC Full Sensor Button Calibration ....................................................................................... 6-11
Individual Performance Test ................................................................................................... 6-11
Get All Sensor State ...........................................................................................................6-13
Performance Test without a PC ............................................................................... 6-14
Performance Test without PC Procedure ...............................................................................6-15
Banknote Acceptance Test ..................................................................................................6-15
Banknote Acceptance Test Extended Function ...................................................................6-15
7 EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LISTS ........................................................... 7-1
Entire UBA-RC Unit Exploded View .......................................................................... 7-1
Entire UBA-RC Unit Parts List ..................................................................................................7-2
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-3
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Parts List ..............................................................................................7-4
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-5
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Parts List ..............................................................................................7-6
UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Parts List ..............................................................................................7-8
UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-9
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UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Parts List ........................................................................................... 7-10
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Exploded View .....................................................................7-11
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Parts List ........................................................................................... 7-12
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-13
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Parts List ............................................................................................. 7-14
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-15
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Parts List ............................................................................................. 7-16
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-17
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Parts List ............................................................................................. 7-18
UBA-RC RC Space 4 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-19
UBA-RC RC Space 4 Parts List ............................................................................................. 7-20
UBA-RC RC Space 5 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-21
UBA-RC RC Space 5 Parts List ............................................................................................. 7-22
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Exploded View ........................................... 7-23
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Parts List .................................................................... 7-24
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Exploded View ........................................... 7-25
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Parts List .................................................................... 7-26
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Exploded View ........................................... 7-27
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Parts List .................................................................... 7-28
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Exploded View ........................................... 7-29
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Parts List .................................................................... 7-30
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Exploded View ........................................... 7-31
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Parts List .................................................................... 7-32
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Exploded View ........................................... 7-33
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Parts List .................................................................... 7-34
UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-35
UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Parts List .............................................................................................. 7-36
UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-37
UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Parts List .............................................................................................. 7-38
UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-39
UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Parts List .............................................................................................. 7-40
UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-41
UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Parts List .............................................................................................. 7-42
UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Exploded View ...................................................................... 7-43
UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Parts List .............................................................................................. 7-44
UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Exploded View .......................................................... 7-46
UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Parts List ................................................................................... 7-47
UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Exploded View .................... 7-48
UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Parts List .............................................. 7-49
8 INDEX .................................................................................................................. 8-1
A TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................ A-1
Introduction ................................................................................................................A-1
Troubleshooting Overview ....................................................................................................... A-1
Malfunction LED Error Codes .................................................................................................. A-1
LED Indicator Conditions ......................................................................................................... A-1
UBA-RC Recycler Unit Width and Length Guide Replacement Procedure ...........A-4
Length Guide Replacement ..................................................................................................... A-4
Length Guide Installation ......................................................................................................... A-4
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Width Guide Replacement ...................................................................................................... A-5
Maintenance Equipment Requirements ...................................................................A-6
Additional UBA-RC Maintenance Equipment .......................................................................... A-6
Reference Paper Handling ...................................................................................................... A-6
B GLOSSARY .........................................................................................................B-1
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UBA-RC Unit Assembly ........................................................................ 1-1
Precautionary Symbols ......................................................................... 1-2
Unacceptable Banknotes ...................................................................... 1-4
Banknote Storage Insertion Cautions ................................................... 1-4
UBA-RC Component Names ................................................................ 1-5
UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel 
Outside Dimensions .............................................................................. 1-8
UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel, 
Lock Unit and Outside Dimensions ....................................................... 1-8
UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel 
Outside Dimensions .............................................................................. 1-9
UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel, 
Lock Unit and Outside Dimensions ....................................................... 1-9
M4 Screws Locations (Right/Left) ......................................................... 2-1
M4 Screws Locations (Rear & Bottom) ................................................. 2-1
Cable Interconnection ........................................................................... 2-2
UBA CPU Circuit Board Bottom View ................................................... 2-2
Banknote Restoration Methods ............................................................ 2-6
Retrieving Recycler Banknotes ............................................................. 2-6
Clearing a Banknote Jam 1 .................................................................. 2-7
Clearing a Banknote Jam 2 .................................................................. 2-7
Sensor and Roller Cleaning .................................................................. 2-8
UBA-RC Sensor, Roller and Belt Cleaning Locations .......................... 2-9
UBA-RC Photo-Coupler Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram ........... 2-10
UBA-RC RS232C Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram ..................... 2-10
UBA-RC Bezel Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram ......................... 2-10
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Primary Sequence) ......................... 2-11
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Validation) ....................................... 2-12
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Validation Retry) ............................. 2-13
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Stacking/Recycle Unit) ................... 2-14
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Stacking/Cash Box) ........................ 2-15
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Dispensing) ..................................... 2-16
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Abnormal Banknote Detection 
when Dispensing) ............................................................................... 2-17
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Retrieving) ...................................... 2-17
UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Retrieving to Cash Box) .................. 2-18
Power Source Circuit Board Removal .................................................. 4-1
Lifter Motor Encoder Circuit Board Assembly Removal ........................ 4-2
Connector & Harness Removals .......................................................... 4-2
Recycler CPU Circuit Board Removal .................................................. 4-2
Emission Side Double Note Sensor Removal ...................................... 4-3
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Lifter Motor Bracket Removal ................................................................ 4-3
Lifter Motor Assy Removal .................................................................... 4-3
Rear Frame & Middle Frame Removal ................................................. 4-3
Rear Transport Assy Removal .............................................................. 4-4
Left Frame Plate Removal .................................................................... 4-4
Frame Guide 4 Removal ....................................................................... 4-4
Full Sensor PTs and End Sensor LEDs Removal.................................. 4-4
Frame Guide 3 Removal ....................................................................... 4-4
Full Sensor LEDs, End Sensor PTs and Lifter Home Position 
Sensor LED/PT Removal ....................................................................... 4-5
Upper & Lower Flapper Pusher Lever Solenoid Removal ..................... 4-5
Flapper Open/Close Circuit Board Removals ........................................ 4-6
Banknote Transaction Sensor/Transport Unit Encoder 
Circuit Board & Double Note Sensor Removal ...................................... 4-6
Banknote Transaction Sensor & Box Detection 
Circuit Board Removal ........................................................................... 4-6
Recycler Encoder Circuit Board Removal .............................................4-7
Gear & Shaft Removal .......................................................................... 4-7
Recycler Transport Motors Removal ..................................................... 4-7
Rear Transport Upper Frame & Shaft Removal..................................... 4-8
Timing Belt Cover Removals ................................................................. 4-8
Timing Belt/Pulley Removal .................................................................. 4-8
RC Centering Guide Removal ............................................................... 4-9
End Lever Removal ............................................................................... 4-9
Pick Roller Removal .............................................................................. 4-9
RC Transport Race Removal ................................................................ 4-9
Transport Race Shaft Removal ............................................................. 4-9
Feed Roller Removal .......................................................................... 4-10
Flapper Removals ............................................................................... 4-10
Spring Removals ................................................................................. 4-10
Impeller Shaft Removals ..................................................................... 4-10
Impeller & Stop Roller Removal .......................................................... 4-11
Pusher Mechanism Removal .............................................................. 4-11
O-Ring Removals ................................................................................ 4-11
Pusher Plate Removal ........................................................................ 4-11
Pusher Drive Gear Removal ............................................................... 4-12
Pusher Timing Belt Removal 1 ............................................................ 4-12
Pusher Timing Belt Replacement ........................................................ 4-12
Pusher Timing Belt Removal 2 ............................................................ 4-12
Pulley & O-Ring Removal ................................................................... 4-12
Pusher Plate Removal ........................................................................ 4-12
UBA-RC Entire System Wiring Diagram (24V) ..................................... 5-1
UBA-RC Transport Unit/Frame Unit System Wiring Diagram (Part 1) .. 5-2
UBA-RC Frame Unit System Wiring Diagram (Part 2) .......................... 5-3
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Tool and Harness Connection ...............................................................6-1
setup.exe Location ................................................................................6-1
Install Shield Wizard Screen ..................................................................6-1
Installation File Extracting Screen .........................................................6-2
Customer Information Screen ................................................................6-2
Destination Folder Screen .....................................................................6-2
Current Settings Confirmation ...............................................................6-2
Installation Status Confirmation .............................................................6-2
Installation Completion Screen ..............................................................6-2
JCM Tool Suite Short-cut Icon ...............................................................6-3
JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition ..........................................................6-3
UBA-RC DIP Switch Setting ..................................................................6-3
DIP Switch Location ..............................................................................6-3
Select Download ....................................................................................6-3
Invalid File! Dialog Pop-Up Screen ........................................................6-3
Select Firmware 1 ..................................................................................6-4
Select Firmware 2 ..................................................................................6-4
Select Firmware 3 ..................................................................................6-4
Download Progress Screen ...................................................................6-4
Download Progress Screen ...................................................................6-4
Download Completed Screen ................................................................6-5
KS-087 Reference Paper ......................................................................6-5
Reference Paper Insertion .....................................................................6-5
UBA Transport DIP Switch Setting ........................................................6-6
DIP Switch Setting .................................................................................6-6
DIP Switch Location ..............................................................................6-6
Model Information Screen .....................................................................6-6
Model Information Screen .....................................................................6-6
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 1 ....................................................6-6
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 2 ....................................................6-6
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 3 ....................................................6-7
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 4 ....................................................6-7
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 5 ....................................................6-7
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 6 ....................................................6-7
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 7 ....................................................6-7
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 8 ....................................................6-8
UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 9 ....................................................6-8
Calibration Completed Dialog Box .........................................................6-8
Serial No. Screen Button Location ........................................................6-8
Model Information Saving Screen 1 ......................................................6-8
Model Information Saving Screen 2 ......................................................6-8
Model Information Saving Completed Screen ........................................6-9
Sensor Calibration Screen Button .........................................................6-9
Loading Model Information Screen 1 .....................................................6-9
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Loading Model Information Screen 2 .................................................... 6-9
Version Information Screen 1 ................................................................ 6-9
Version Information Screen 2 ................................................................ 6-9
Sensor Test Selection ......................................................................... 6-10
Test Function Listing Screen ............................................................... 6-10
Calibration Test Function Screen Buttons............................................ 6-10
Load Sensor Data ............................................................................... 6-10
Double Note Detection Sensor ............................................................ 6-11
RC Full Sensor .................................................................................... 6-11
Test Function Screen Buttons ............................................................. 6-11
DIP Switch Setting .............................................................................. 6-15
DIP Switch Location ............................................................................ 6-15
Service Mode Performance Test Selection.......................................... 6-15
UBA-RC Performance Tool ................................................................. 6-16
Entire UBA-RC Unit Exploded View ...................................................... 7-1
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Exploded View .................................................. 7-3
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Exploded View .................................................. 7-5
UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Exploded View .................................................. 7-7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Exploded View .................................................. 7-9
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Exploded View ................................................ 7-11
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Exploded View ................................................. 7-13
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Exploded View ................................................. 7-15
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Exploded View ................................................. 7-17
UBA-RC RC Space 4 Exploded View ................................................. 7-19
UBA-RC RC Space 5 Exploded View ................................................. 7-21
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Exploded View ......................... 7-23
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Exploded View ......................... 7-25
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Exploded View ......................... 7-27
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Exploded View ......................... 7-29
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Exploded View ......................... 7-31
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Exploded View ......................... 7-33
UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Exploded View .................................................. 7-35
UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Exploded View .................................................. 7-37
UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Exploded View .................................................. 7-39
UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Exploded View .................................................. 7-41
UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Exploded View .................................................. 7-43
UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Exploded View ....................................... 7-46
UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box 
Exploded View .................................................................................... 7-48
Opening the Recycler Unit Door ...........................................................A-4
Length Guide Removal .........................................................................A-4
New Length Guide Installation 1 ...........................................................A-4
New Width Guide Installation 2 .............................................................A-5
New Width Guide Installation 3 .............................................................A-5
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Figure A-6
Figure A-7
Page
New Width Guide Installation 4 .............................................................A-5
Additional Maintenance Equipment Requirements ...............................A-6
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List of Tables
Page
Table 1-1
Table 1-2
Table 1-3
Table 1-4
Table 1-5
Table 1-6
Table 1-7
Table 2-1
Table 2-2
Table 2-3
Table 2-4
Table 2-5
Table 2-6
Table 2-7
Table 6-1
Table 6-2
Table 6-3
Table 6-4
Table 7-1
Table 7-2
Table 7-3
Table 7-4
Table 7-5
Table 7-6
Table 7-7
Table 7-8
Table 7-9
Table 7-10
Table 7-11
Table 7-12
Table 7-13
Table 7-14
Table 7-15
Table 7-16
Table 7-17
Table 7-18
UBA-RC Model Number Specifications ................................................ 1-2
UBA-RC Type Specifications ................................................................ 1-2
UBA-RC Software №. Specifications .................................................... 1-2
UBA-RC Technical Specifications ........................................................ 1-6
UBA-RC Environmental Specifications ................................................. 1-7
UBA-RC Electrical Specifications ......................................................... 1-7
UBA-RC Structural Specifications ........................................................ 1-7
UBA Transport Unit DIP Switch Settings .............................................. 2-2
UBA-RC Unit DIP Switch Settings ........................................................ 2-2
Photo Coupler Interface Connection Pin Assignments ......................... 2-3
RS232C Interface Connection Pin Assignments .................................. 2-4
Power Supply Pin Assignments ............................................................ 2-5
Front Panel Bezel Interface Connection Pin Assignments ................... 2-5
UBA-RC Sensor Type Cleaning Methods ............................................. 2-9
Sensor Calibration Configuration ........................................................ 6-11
Performance Test Configurations ....................................................... 6-12
Get All Sensor State Configurations ................................................... 6-13
Non-PC Performance Test Item and Configuration ............................ 6-14
UBA-RC Unit Parts List ......................................................................... 7-2
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Parts List .......................................................... 7-4
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Parts List .......................................................... 7-6
UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Parts List .......................................................... 7-8
UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Parts List ........................................................ 7-10
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Parts List ........................................................ 7-12
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Parts List .......................................................... 7-14
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Parts List .......................................................... 7-16
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Parts List .......................................................... 7-18
UBA-RC RC Space 4 Parts List .......................................................... 7-20
UBA-RC RC Space 5 Parts List .......................................................... 7-22
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Parts List ................................. 7-24
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Parts List ................................. 7-26
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Parts List ................................. 7-28
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Parts List ................................. 7-30
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Parts List ................................. 7-32
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Parts List ................................. 7-34
UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Parts List .......................................................... 7-36
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Table 7-20
Table 7-21
Table 7-22
Table 7-23
Table 7-24
Table A-1
Table A-2
Table A-3
Table A-4
Table A-5
Page
UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Parts List ........................................................... 7-38
UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Parts List ........................................................... 7-40
UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Parts List ........................................................... 7-42
UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Parts List ........................................................... 7-44
UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Parts List ................................................ 7-47
UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Parts List ........... 7-49
UBA Unit LED Code Conditions ............................................................A-1
RC Unit LED Color Type Error Code Conditions ..................................A-2
Recycler Unit LED Code Conditions .....................................................A-3
Various Recycler Unit LED Flashing Error Code Conditions ................A-3
Additional Maintenance Equipment Parts List .......................................A-6
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Section 1
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
Description
• Technical Contact Information.
This section provides a general overview of the 
UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler Unit 
Assembly (UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC; UBA-RC®)
pictured in Figure 1-1. This section is designed to
help you navigate through this guide with ease, and
provides the following information:
• UBA-RC® Unit Assembly
• Model Descriptions
• Precautions
• Primary Features
• Component Names
• Specifications
• Unit Dimensions
• International Compliance
In order to make operation of this device easier and
make navigation within this manual simpler, the
following illustrations were used within the text:
• Safety Instructions, which need to be
observed in order to protect the operators and
equipment, have been written in bold text and
have been given the following pictographs:
• Special Notes, which affect the use of the
Banknote Recycler have been written in italic
text and have been given the pictograph:
• Steps, requiring the operator to perform
specific actions are given sequential numbers
(1., 2., 3., etc).
UBA-RC Unit Assembly
UBA VALIDATION
ASSEMBLY
(NOT INCLUDED)
OPTIONAL BEZEL
ASSEMBLY
(NOT INCLUDED)
BEZEL SPACER
(BEHIND BEZEL)
UBA-RC
FRAME UNIT
UBA-RC RECYCLER
ASSEMBLY
UBA-RC CASH BOX
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Cash Box Locks are
an Optional User
Provided Selection
Figure 1-1 UBA-RC Unit Assembly
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Table 1-2 UBA-RC Type Specifications
Model Descriptions
Table 1-1 lists the Product Model Number
descriptions.
No
Table 1-1 UBA-RC Model Number Specifications
(12)
Model: UBA - 1 * * - * *** * - RC
No
o
N
(1)
(2)(3) (4) (5) (6)
(7)
(13)
CPU Circuit Board
0 = Flash ROM (8Mbit)
2 = Flash ROM (16Mbit)
(14)
Unit (Input Section)
(4) Option
none = Standard
(15)
Stacker Type
SH2 = Horizontal Down (82mm Specification)
SS = Vertical Down (Large Cash Box)
(16)
Access
(6) Box
None = Front Access (Standard)
(1)
No
Type: * 0 0 - * 0 - * * 1 * * * * * * *
2 = Width Guide 67 (Red)
3 = Width Guide 72 (Blue)
0 = None
1 = Length Guide 120 (Gray)
2 = Length Guide 127 (Red)
3 = Length Guide 133 (Blue)
4 = Length Guide 140 (Orange)
5 = Length Guide 147 (Green)
6 = Length Guide 152 (Black)
7 = Length Guide 158 (Black)
0 = None
1 = Length Guide 120 (Gray)
2 = Length Guide 127 (Red)
3 = Length Guide 133 (Blue)
4 = Length Guide 140 (Orange)
5 = Length Guide 147 (Green)
6 = Length Guide 152 (Black)
7 = Length Guide 158 (Black)
Lock Unit
0 = No (without Lock)
1 = Yes (with Lock)
Optional Cash Box Fastener
0 = None
1 = Thumb Twist Lock Fastener for the Cash Box
Software: UBA-10(*)-(*)SH2(*)-RC * * * - 0 * * - V * .**
No
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(A) Software Model Name
(4,5) (6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15)
(B) Denomination (Country)*
Cash Box Capacity
4 = 400 notes (New Banknote)
8 = 800 notes (New Banknote)
(C) Interface Protocol Name
Box Type
(2) Cash
0 = Standard
(D) Software Version
Box Handle
(3) Cash
0 = Standard
(4)
0 = None
1 = Width Guide 62 (Gray)
Table 1-3 UBA-RC Software №. Specifications
Table 1-2 UBA-RC Type Specifications
(1,2,3)
RC2 Recycler Unit Banknote Width Guide*
Table 1-3 lists the Software Number 
Specifications.
Table 1-2 lists the Product Type Number
Descriptions.
N
(4,5) (6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15)
Software Descriptions
Type Descriptions
o
(1,2,3)
*. Refer to each Country’s “Software Information Sheet”.
Function
(7) Recycler
RC = Recyclable
No
No
RC2 Recycler Unit Banknote Length Guide*
Unit Type
(3) Transport
none = Standard
(5)
Type: * 0 0 - * 0 - * * 1 * * * * * * *
RC1 Recycler Unit Banknote Length Guide*
(1) Product Series Name
(2)
General Information
*. The Country Code is indicated by three (3) Alphabetical Characters
following the JIS Country Standard abbreviation.
Transport Section
Precautions
0 = Standard (Earlier Type)
1 = 3.3v Flash ROM CPU Board
Cover
(5) Transport
0 = Standard (Blue)
Optional Bezel
(6)
(7)
0 = None
1 = Black/Green LED (UBA/iPRO Standard Bezel 85)
2 = Blue/Blue LED (UBA/iPRO Standard Bezel 85)
A = Blue/Blue (2-Line) (UBA/iPRO Standard Bezel 85)
Type 1
Bezel Spacer
(10)
(11)
The Figure 1-2 symbols are defined as follows:
1. (Type 1) Do not insert a torn, folded, or wet 
Banknotes into the Unit, as this action may cause
a Banknote jam inside the Unit.
2. (Type 2) Do not expose the Recycler Unit to
water or any wet liquids. The Unit contains 
several precision electronic devices which can be
damaged if water or liquid of any kind is sprayed
or spilled into the Unit.
3. (Type 3) Do not install the Unit into a dusty 
environment. Dust may affect and degrade the
Recycler’s performance.
Input/Output Signal
P = Photo-Coupler Isolation
R = RS232C
External Harness
0 = None
1 = Standard (without Power Harness)
RC1 Recycler Unit Banknote Width Guide*
0 = None
1 = Width Guide 62 (Gray)
Type 3
Figure 1-2 Precautionary Symbols
0 = No
1 = Yes
Power Circuit Board
(8) Optional
1 = Standard (Power Board Featured)
(9)
Type 2
2 = Width Guide 67 (Red)
3 = Width Guide 72 (Blue)
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Section 1
User Cautions
Preventive Maintenance
Careful measures are taken in the design of this
product to ensure its quality; however, the following cautions should be read and understood by all
users in order to confirm safe operation.
The Preventive Maintenance requirements are
defined as follows:
1. Be sure to turn the Power OFF before beginning a
maintenance procedure. The equipment produces
improper operating signals while in maintenance
mode that may cause personal injury.
2. When closing the Recycler Unit, ensure all service door locks click into place.
3. If the UBA® Validator Section is dirty due to dust,
foreign objects or other such debris adhering to it,
the Banknote acceptance rate will degrade. Clean
the Transport Unit once a month to keep its performance stable.
4. Use a soft, lint-free cloth, cotton swab or a compressed air spray to clean dust and debris from the
Banknote path and the inside areas of the 
Recycler.
INSTALLATION CAUTIONS
The Installation Cautions are defined as follows:
1. Do not allow the Unit to endure or operate at a
high temperature, in high humidity and/or in a
dusty environment.
2. Do not install the Unit into an area where excessive vibration or shock are present.
3. The Unit is not designed for outside installation.
Be sure that the Host Machine contains enough
protection to avoid wet or dusty conditions when
installing in either an indoor or open-air space.
4. Avoid exposing the Unit to direct Sunlight and/or
Incandescent Lamp illumination having a 
Gradient Angle of 15 Degree or more, and an 
illumination index of 3000 Lux or less.
5. Ensure that the Host Machine is designed for
daily operational access for maintenance 
and/or clearing a Banknote jam.
6. When installing the equipment, connect the
Frame Housing to the Frame Ground of the Host
Machine.
7. If an unused Interface Harness exists, cut the 
Harness off short to avoid attracting static electricity or a short circuit possibility that may cause
damage to the Unit.
8. Because this equipment is a component product,
close the Host Machine’s door before using it.
9. Do not operate the UBA-RC® Unit while the Cash
Box and/or the Recycler Unit’s door is open. Personal injury may occur.
10. This Unit is designed to use a current limiting
Power Source. Be sure that the Host Machine’s
cabinet material design meets local safety standards.
Caution: DO NOT use any alcohol,
solvents, abrasive cleaning agents,
or citrus-based cleaners that can
damage the plastic surface of the
device when cleaning it.
5. Do not redesign or disassemble the Recycler Unit.
Unauthorized use by inadequately-trained 
personnel, or use outside the original manufacturer’s intent for operation voids the warranty.
Caution: Make Interface Harness
connections to the Host Machine
shorter than 9.84 Feet (3 Meters) in
length. Cut off all unused portions
of the Interface Harness wiring to
avoid static electrical effects or
short circuit possibilities that
could cause damage to the Unit.
WARNING: This Unit is designed
for use with a Current limiting
Power Source! Design the Host
Cabinet space to meet all local
related safety standards.
MOUNTING, DISMOUNTING & TRANSPORTATION
Methods for Mounting, Dismounting, and Transporting the Unit are as follows:
1. Be sure to turn the Power OFF to the UBA-RC®
Unit before mounting or removing the Recycler
Unit from its permanent location. Attaching or
unplugging Connector Plugs from their Receptacles while the Power is ON may damage the Unit.
2. When reassembling a Unit’s Section, ensure that
each part is replaced in its correct location.
3. Be sure to carry the Unit by both hands when
transporting it. Holding the Unit by one hand may
cause personal injury if the Unit accidentally
becomes disassembled and falls away from the
Frame housing.
4. Be careful not to use excessive outside pressure
on the Recycler Unit, or subject it to excessive
vibration during transportation.
5. Check that the UBA® Transport Section does not
drop off the Unit Frame while pulling the Recycler forward from the Frame.
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Banknote Fitness Requirements
The following Banknote types may not validate
correctly, or can cause a Banknote jam and/or damage to the Unit’s Transport path. Banknotes exhibiting the conditions listed below and illustrated in
Figure 1-3 should be avoided:
• Torn
• Having excessive folds
• Dirty
• Wet
• Having excessive wrinkles
• Adhering foreign objects and/or oil
General Information
7. Make sure the denomination of each Banknote
bundle inserted is correctly placed in the same
direction.
8. Make sure the Banknote bundle inserted is of the
same denomination and from the same Country
when restoring by hand.
9. Insert the Banknotes being recycled into the
Recycler Unit’s Bins carefully until the bundle
reaches the very back of the Bin.
10. Verify that the bottom Note of a Banknote bundle
is not curled or folded when inserting the Banknote bundle into a Recycler Unit’s Bin.
Hologram
End
b
Damaged Banknotes
a
Wrinkled Banknotes
Curled Banknotes
Adjust shapes
before restoring
recyclable
Banknotes.
Folded or Partial Banknotes
Figure 1-3 Unacceptable Banknotes
Banknote Storage Requirements
Primary Features
1. Replace the minimum Banknote count as required
for Recycler initialization, so the Banknotes will
be available for use during a standard recycle
function.
• The maximum number of recyclable Banknotes
in a Recycler Unit’s Bin should be:
Approximately 100 Notes if the Banknotes are 
all new
–
Approximately 70 Notes if the Banknotes are 
a mixed Street Grade level.
NOTE: Do not insert more than the
above recommended recyclable
Banknotes as the count indicates!
2. Do not use any Banknotes indicated in Figure 1-3 
“Unacceptable Banknotes ” shown on this page.
3. Make one edge of the Banknote bundle smooth.
4. Verify that no curled or folded Banknotes exist.
5. Before placing Banknotes into the Recycler Bins
(especially new Notes), Flip-over and Fan-Flip
the Banknote bundle; then curve the middle of the
Banknote bundle to form a downward angled
structure (See Figure 1-4 a).
6. Verify that the Holographic image portion of a
Banknote is always at the front end of the insertion direction (See Figure 1-4 b).
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Figure 1-4 Banknote Storage Insertion Cautions
The following conditions are required when placing
Banknotes directly into the Recycler Unit’s Bins.
–

1-4
The UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler contains
the following primary features:
• Allows a high capacity, compact size,
Recycling Unit available for two (2) different
Banknote denominations
• The Friction Roller System eases operation and
maintenance of the Recycler Unit
• The Automatic Centering Mechanism allows
the Unit to read Banknotes ranging from 62mm
to 82mm in width: a maximum of 158mm in
length, and it will automatically center
Banknotes inserted obliquely to help improve
the acceptance rate
• A secure Recycler Unit containing a Key Lock
is composed of durable, impact-resistant
plastic construction to assure safe and secure
cash handling.
• The JCM patented Anti-Pullback Mechanism
provides powerful protection against Banknote
stringing operations.
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Section 1
Component Names
Figure 1-5 illustrates the UBA-RC® component names and locations.
C
N
A
C: Front Panel Access Door
1
2
3
4
O
M
B
U
P
5
NOTE: The Front Panel Access Door
should NOT BE LEFT OPEN when the
UBA-RC Bin Assembly is re-installed
into the Frame.
L
S
D
E
Rear Side
F
G
Q
H
I
R
J
K
Front Side
T
V
Recycler Unit Assembly
A.
B.
C.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
UBA Transport Unit (User-supplied)
UBA Unit Upper Guide Access Lever
Front Panel Access Door
USB Type-B Male Receptacle 
(for software downloads and adjustments)
8-position DIP Switch Block
UBA Transport Unit LEDs (Green & Red)
Front Bezel Receptacle (for Bezel Assembly Plug)
Transport Unit Release Lever
RC Unit DIP Switch Block
RC Unit LEDs (Green, Red & Yellow)
Recycler Unit Release Pushbutton
Restore Pushbutton
(for moving Banknotes from the Recycler Unit 
into the Cashbox)
Recycler Unit Lock (supplied with Key)
Optional Lock
NOTE: The Optional Lock is available
for installation on the right or left side
of a UBA-RC Unit.
I.
J.
K.
Recycler Unit
Cash Box Lock Holes (Locks are User-supplied options)
Cash Box
L.
Bezel Accessory (1 of 3 available options)
M.
N.
O.
P;
Q.
R.
S.
T.
Bezel Spacer
Centering Guide Release Port
Interface Connector (connects to Host Machine)
Housing Frame
RC1-Bin Assembly Banknote Space
RC2-Bin Assembly Banknote Space
Banknote Width Guide
Banknote Length Guide
U.
Power Connector
V
Optional Lock Unit (Right or Left Side)
Figure 1-5 UBA-RC Component Names
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Specifications
Technical Specifications
Table 1-4 UBA-RC Technical Specifications
98% or greater*
Acceptance Rate:
The following Banknote Types are excluded:
a) Banknotes with excess or poor magnetism or unclear graphics
b) Double (dual) Banknotes
c) Worn, dirty, wet, stained, torn or excessively-wrinkled Banknotes
d) Banknotes having folded corners or edges
e) Banknotes having the wrong cut dimensions or a printing displacement
Recycler Unit
Banknote Types Accepted†:
•
•
Length: 120-158mm (4.72-6.22 in.)‡
Width: 62-82mm (2.44-3.22 in.)
Cash Box
•
•
Length: 120-165mm (4.72-6.49 in.)
Width: 62-82mm (2.44-3.22 in.)
Standard Specification
Barcode Coupon**:
Insertion Direction:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Interleaved Barcode Read: 2 of 5
Narrow Bar Width: 0.5mm-0.6mm (0.019-0.023 in.)
Wide Bar to Narrow Bar ratio = 3:1
Characters: 18 Characters
Print Position: Middle (Divides a Coupon equally to the left, right, top and
bottom of the Coupon’s center line)
f) Print Width: Wider than 10mm (0.39 in.)
Banknote: Refer to the specific Country’s “Software Information Sheet”
Barcode Coupon: Two-way (with Barcode Surface facing upward)
From Banknote insertion to Vend signal output:
•
Approximately 4 seconds
•
•
Approximately 8 seconds (to Recycler Unit)
Approximately 7 seconds (to Cash Box)
•
Approximately 4 seconds
•
Approximately 7 seconds
From Banknote insertion to stacking operation completion:
Processing Speed††:
From dispense beginning, to dispensing operation completion:
From retrieve beginning to retrieving operation completion:
Escrow:
1 Note
Transport Unit: Two Single-Color LEDs (Red/Green)
Diagnostic Indicators:
RC Unit: Two Tri-Color LEDs (Red/Green/Yellow)
Centering Home Position Indicator LED (Red)
Steel: Secure Type (WBA-SH2 Cash Box Design)
Cash Box‡‡:
Plastic: Secure Type (UBA/iPRO Large Cash Box Design)
400 Notes (New Banknotes Only) (WBA-SH2 Cash Box Design)
Cash Box Capacity:
800 Notes (New Banknotes Only) (UBA/iPRO Large Cash Box Design)
Recycler Unit:
Key Lockable, 2 Denomination Integral Recycler (Friction Roller System)
Recycler Unit Capacity:
100 Notes (New Banknotes Only)
Stores Banknotes from the Acceptor (Recommended)
Recycle Unit Storage Method:
Stores Banknotes directly
Interfaces:
Photo-Coupler Isolation, TTL & RS232C
*. Refer to the “Software Information Sheet” for each Country’s Acceptance Rate parameters.
†. Banknote size widths are limited by the specific Guide Types inserted.
‡. Contact each region’s local JCM representative if the Banknote length is over 165mm (6.49 in.).
**.Refer to the specific Country’s Barcode Coupon Specification for more details.
††.Excludes the time lag associated with Host Communication (Power Supply: +24V DC, Temperature: 25º C ±5º C).
‡‡.Cash Box Lock(s) and Key(s) are provided by User (2 Key Hole Caps are fitted in place to cover existing holes when shipped).
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Section 1
Environmental Specifications
Table 1-5 UBA-RC Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Relative Operating Humidity:
Relative Storage Humidity:
Visible Light Sensitivity:
Installation:
[RH%]
5ºC to +50ºC (41ºF to 122ºF)
-20ºC to +60ºC (-4ºF to 140ºF)
30% to 85% RH (non-condensing)
30% to 85% RH (non-condensing)
Avoid contact with direct Sunlight
Indoors Only
Hydrothermal Condition Table
Polymer Banknote
[RH%]
Normal Banknote
40°C/70%
35°C/85%
Allowable Operating
Temperature and
Humidity Range
50°C/40%
Allowable Operating
Temperature and
Humidity Range
50°C/40%
[°C]
[°C]
Electrical Specifications
Table 1-6 UBA-RC Electrical Specifications
Supply Voltage:
Current Consumption:
24V DC (±5%) (Greater than 3.5A Recommended)
(Use a Current Limiting Power Source)
Standby: 230mA
Operation: 1.5A
Peak: 2.5A
Structural Specifications
Table 1-7 UBA-RC Structural Specifications
Weight Empty:
Mounting:
Outside Dimensions:
Approximately 9kg (19.8lbs)
Horizontal
Refer to Figure 1-6 “UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel
Outside Dimensions” on page 1-8 of this Service Manual Section.
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Unit Dimensions
Entire Unit Outside Dimensions
Figure 1-6 illustrates the UBA-RC® Unit with the Bezel, Bezel Spacer and 400 Note Cash Box outside
dimensions.
UBA Bezel Unit
Bezel Spacer
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: All Dimension are in Millimeters
Figure 1-6 UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel Outside Dimensions
Figure 1-7 illustrates the UBA-RC® Unit with the Bezel, Bezel Spacer, Lock Unit and 400 Note Cash Box
outside dimensions.
UBA Bezel Unit
Bezel Spacer
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: The Lock Unit is available
for installation either the right or left
side of the Unit.
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: All Dimension are in Millimeters
Figure 1-7 UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel, Lock Unit and Outside Dimensions
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Entire Unit Outside Dimensions (Continued)
Figure 1-8 illustrates the UBA-RC® Unit with the Bezel, Bezel Spacer and 800 Note Cash Box outside
dimensions.
UBA Bezel Unit
Bezel Spacer
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: All Dimension are in Millimeters
Figure 1-8 UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel Outside Dimensions
Figure 1-9 illustrates the UBA-RC® Unit with the Bezel, Bezel Spacer, Lock Unit and 800 Note Cash Box
outside dimensions.
UBA Bezel Unit
Bezel Spacer
Max. Depth 7mm
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: The Lock Unit is available
for installation either the right or left
side of the Unit.
Max. Depth 7mm
NOTE: All Dimension are in Millimeters
Figure 1-9 UBA-RC Banknote Recycler Standard Unit with Bezel, Lock Unit and Outside Dimensions
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International Compliance
• RoHS Directives
or
• UL & c-UL Marks
or
or
or
File No. E142330, Subscriber 857947001, Vol. 2
• CE Mark
• CB Scheme JPULA-03913
NOTE: The above listed compliance confirmations are currently being examined for approval or 
certification.
FCC WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class “A” Digital Device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated
in a commercial environment.
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 communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IC NOTICE
This Class “A” Digital Apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la Classe “A” est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Technical Contact Information
To obtain further technical information regarding the UBA-RC® device, please contact the nearest location listed below:
Americas
Asia and Oceania
JCM AMERICAN
Phone: +1-702-651-0000
JCM GOLD (HK) LTD.
Phone: +852-2429-7187
Fax: +1-702-644-5512
Fax: +852-2929-7003
925 Pilot Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Unit 1-7, 3/F., Favor Industrial Centre
E-mail: [email protected]
2-6 Kin Hong Street, Kwai Chung,
Europe, Africa, Russia & Middle East
N.T. Hong Kong
JCM EUROPE GMBH
Phone: +49-211-530-645-60
E-mail: [email protected]
Fax: +49-211-530-645-85
JAPAN CASH MACHINE CO., LTD. (HQ)
Phone: +81-6-6703-8400
Muendelheimer Weg 60
Fax: +81-6-6707-0348
D-40472 Duesseldorf Germany
2-3-15, Nishiwaki, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0035
JAPAN
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
UK & Ireland
JCM EUROPE (UK OFFICE)
Phone: +44 (0) 190-837-7331
All of these Websites are available via:
http://www.jcmglobal.com
Fax: +44 (0) 190-837-7834
Unit B, Third Avenue
Denbigh West Business Park
Bletchley, Milton Keynes,
Buckinghamshire MK1 1DH, UK
E-mail: [email protected]
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Banknote Recycler
Section 2
2 INSTALLATION
This section provides installation and operating
instructions for the UBA-RC® Series Banknote
Recycler Unit (UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC; UBARC®). The information within contains the 
following features:
• Installation Procedure
• Cable Interconnection
• DIP Switch Configuration
• Jumper Configurations
• Connector Pin Assignments
• Preventive Maintenance
• Clearing Banknote Jam
• Cleaning
• Interface Schematic
• Operational Flowcharts
3. When a bottom mounting configuration is preferred, bolt the inside or outside of the UBA-RC®
Frame into its intended location using four (4) M4
Phillips Head Screws. To bolt the Frame down
from the inside, place the screws in the four unthreaded holes located inside the Frame
(See Figure 2-2 b1 through b4); or bolt the Frame
down from the outside using the four (4) threaded
Stud Insert holes located on the outside of the
Frame (See Figure 2-2 c1 through c4).
Installation Procedure
Holes are provided in each Frame Unit to accommodate mounting the UBA-RC® during installation.
Select and perform the following steps required to
install the UBA-RC® Unit:
a1
a3
1. When a side mounting configuration is preferred,
bolt the left or right side of the UBA-RC® Frame
into its intended location using six (6) M4 Screws
from either side of the Frame (See Figure 2-1).
a4
a2
b1
b4
b3
b2
c1
c4
c2
c3
Figure 2-2 M4 Screws Locations (Rear & Bottom)
NOTE: Choose two (2) of the five (5)
installation configuration sides shown, and
bolt the correct number of M4 Screws firmly
in place. When bolting the Screws from the
outside, the maximum length of each M4
Screw must be less than 7mm long.
Figure 2-1 M4 Screws Locations (Right/Left)
2. When a rear mounting configuration is preferred,
bolt the inside back of the UBA-RC® Frame into
its intended location using four (4) M4 Phillips
Head Screws (See Figure 2-2 a1 through a4).
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Table 2-2 UBA-RC Unit DIP Switch Settings*
Cable Interconnection
Figure 2-3 illustrates the Cable interconnection
requirements between the UBA-RC® and a Host
Machine.
UBA-RC Unit DIP Switches
b
c
e
a
d
Switch
No.
Switch ON
Switch OFF
1
Reserved
Reserved
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Reserved
Reserved
4
Reserved
Reserved
5
Reserved
Reserved
6
Reserved
Reserved
7
Reserved
Reserved
8
Reserved
Reserved
*. Refer to each Country’s “Software Information Sheet” for making the
proper Switch settings.
Jumper Configurations
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
The UBA CPU Circuit Board contains three (3)
Jumper Plugs that are located adjacent to one
another. Photo-coupler Isolation and/or RS232C
Protocol selection is configured by these Jumpers. 
However, all three (3) Jumper Plugs must set to
identical positions when changed to represent the
configuration desired (See Figure 2-4).
UBA-RC Unit
Interface Connector
Interconnecting Harness
Host Machine (Game Machine, Kiosk, etc.)
Power Connection Harness
Figure 2-3 Cable Interconnection
DIP Switch Configuration
3 Jumpers
This section provides the denomination DIP Switch
Block settings for the UBA-RC® Unit.
Table 2-1 UBA Transport Unit DIP Switch Settings
Photo-Coupler
Isolation
UBA Transport Unit DIP Switches
RS232C
= Shorted
Switch
No.
Switch ON
Switch OFF
1
VEND 1 INHIBIT
VEND 1 ACCEPT
2
VEND 2 INHIBIT
VEND 2 ACCEPT
3
VEND 3 INHIBIT
VEND 3 ACCEPT
4
VEND 4 INHIBIT
VEND 4 ACCEPT
5
VEND 5 INHIBIT
VEND 5 ACCEPT
6
VEND 6 INHIBIT
VEND 6 ACCEPT
7
VEND 7 INHIBIT
VEND 7 ACCEPT
8
OFF
OFF
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Connector Pin Assignments
Table 2-3 lists the Photo Coupler Interface Connector Pin Assignments.
Table 2-3 Photo Coupler Interface Connection Pin Assignments
Socket (Transport Unit Side): DRA-20PC-FO (JAE)
Contact (Transport Unit Side): D02-22-26P-10000 (JAE)
Socket (Frame Side): DRA-20SC-FO (JAE)
Contact (Frame Side): D02-22-26S-10000 (JAE)/D02-22-22S-10000 (JAE) (Terminal# 3, 13)
Recommended Wires: Slit Wire UL1061 AWG #26
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O*
1
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
2
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
3
M.RES
IN
4
TXD
OUT
Function
Acceptor Hard Reset Signal Line
Output Signal Line from Acceptor to Host
5
--
-
6
RXD
IN
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
7
GND (I/F)
-
Interface Power Supply
8
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
Input Signal Line from Host to Acceptor
9
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
10
NC
-
No Connection
11
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
12
NC
-
No Connection
13
NC
-
No Connection
14
LED (Power)
-
LED Indicator Power Supply Line (Anode)
15
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
16
NC
-
No Connection
17
NC
-
No Connection
18
LED
-
LED Indicator Control Line (Cathode)
19
NC
-
No Connection
20
NC
-
No Connection
*. I/O (input/output) is the terminal as viewed from the Banknote Recycler’s backside.
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Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Table 2-4 lists the RS232C Interface Connector Pin Assignments.
Table 2-4 RS232C Interface Connection Pin Assignments
Socket (Transport Unit Side): DRA-20PC-FO (JAE)
Contact (Transport Unit Side): D02-22-26P-10000 (JAE)
Socket (Frame Side): DRA-20SC-FO (JAE)
Contact (Frame Side): D02-22-26S-10000 (JAE)/D02-22-22S-10000 (JAE) (Terminal# 3, 13)
Recommended Wires: Slit Wire UL1061 AWG #26
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O*
1
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
2
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
3
M.RES
IN
4
TXD
OUT
5
--
-
6
RXD
IN
7
NC
-
No Connection
8
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
9
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
10
NC
-
No Connection
Function
Acceptor Hard Reset Signal Line
Output Signal Line from Acceptor to Host
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
Input Signal Line from Host to Acceptor
11
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
12
NC
-
No Connection
13
GND (I/F)
-
Interface Power Supply
14
LED (Power)
-
LED Indicator Power Supply Line (Anode)
15
--
-
Reserved (For the UBA Side)
16
NC
-
No Connection
17
NC
-
No Connection
18
LED
-
LED Indicator Control Line (Cathode)
19
NC
-
No Connection
20
NC
-
No Connection
*. I/O (input/output) is the terminal as viewed from the Banknote Recycler’s backside.
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Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Table 2-5 lists the UBA-RC® Power Supply Pin Assignments.
Table 2-5 Power Supply Pin Assignments
Header Type: 53426-0410 (MOLEX)
Contact Type: 50351-8100 (MOLEX)
Housing: 51103-0400 (MOLEX)
Recommended Wires: Slit Wire UL1007 AWG #22-24
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O*
1
+24V Power
-
+24V DC Power Supply
2
+24V Power
-
+24V DC Power Supply
3
GND (Power)
-
0V DC Power
4
GND (Power)
-
0V DC Power
Function
*. I/O (input/output) is the terminal as viewed from the Banknote Recycler’s backside.
Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Table 2-6 lists the UBA-RC® Front Panel Bezel Interface Connection Pin Assignments.
Table 2-6 Front Panel Bezel Interface Connection Pin Assignments
Header Type: RF-H08(07)2SD-1110 (JST)
Contact Type: RF-SC2210 (JST)
Housing: RF-08 (JST)
Recommended Wires: Slit Wire UL1007 AWG #24-26
Pin No.
Signal Name
I/O*
1
NC
-
No Connection
2
NC
-
No Connection
3
NC
-
No Connection
4
NC
-
No Connection
5
+13V (Power)
-
+13V DC Power (from UBA)
6
GND (Power)
-
0V DC Power (from UBA)
7
LED Power
-
LED Drive Line (anode)
8
LED-
-
LED Drive Line (cathode)
Function
*. I/O (input/output) is the terminal as viewed from the Banknote Recycler’s backside.
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Preventive Maintenance
Installation
2. Press the Restore Pushbutton on the Recycler
Unit (Review Figure 1-5 G).
NOTE: The Banknotes in the 
RC1-Bin Space and the RC2-Bin
Space will be retrieved note-by-note
into the Cash Box.
Restoring Banknotes
To restore Banknotes into the Recycle Unit, perform one (1) of the following two (2) procedures:
RESTORING BANKNOTES USING THE UBA 
TRANSPORT UNIT
3. Remove the Cash Box from the UBA-RC® Unit to
obtain the Banknotes just retrieved.
4. Use the appropriate User-supplied Key(s) to
unlock the Cash Box.
5. Open the Cash Box Door and remove the
retrieved Banknotes (See Figure 2-6 a).
1. Insert Banknotes note-by-note in a single fashion
into the UBA® Transport Unit Insertion Slot
(See Figure 2-5 a).
Sending Retrieved Banknotes to the Cash
Box by Command
a
1. Send a Command to the UBA-RC® Unit from the
Host Machine in order to retrieve its Banknotes.
NOTE: The Banknotes in the 
RC1-Bin Space and the RC2-Bin
Space will be retrieved note-by-note
into the Cash Box.
b
2. Remove the Cash Box from the UBA-RC® Unit to
obtain the Banknotes just retrieved.
3. Use the appropriate User-supplied Key(s) to
unlock the Cash Box.
4. Open the Cash Box Door and remove the
retrieved Banknotes (See Figure 2-6 a).
Figure 2-5 Banknote Restoration Methods
RESTORING BANKNOTES DIRECTLY INTO THE 
RECYCLER UNIT
Retrieving Banknotes Directly
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Supply OFF.
2. Unlock and open the Recycler Unit’s Door using
the Key provided.
3. Smooth and insert the Banknote edges being fed
into the Recycler Unit (See Figure 2-5 b).
4. Close the Recycler Unit’s Door, and lock it using
the Key provided.
Once Banknote restoration is complete, the data
containing the number of restored Banknotes is
sent from the Host Machine to the UBA-RC®.
NOTE: When installing replacement
Banknotes directly, make sure the
denominations are aligned in an
identical order. Before inserting, flipover and Fan-Flip the Banknotes so
one of the bundle edges is smooth;
then place the Banknotes all the way
to the back of the Bin’s space. (Refer
to “Banknote Storage Requirements”
on page 1-4 of this Service Manual).
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Supply OFF.
2. Unlock and open the Recycle Unit Door using the
Key supplied.
3. Retrieve the Banknotes from the RC1-Bin Space
and/or the RC2-Bin Space by hand 
(See Figure 2-6 b).
4. Close the Recycler Unit Door and re-lock it using
the Key supplied.
b
a
Retrieving Banknotes
To retrieve Banknotes from the Recycler Unit, 
perform one (1) of the following three (3) 
procedures.
Figure 2-6 Retrieving Recycler Banknotes
Sending Retrieved Banknotes to the 
Cash Box
1. Send a Command to the UBA-RC® Unit from the
Host Machine in order to enable the Restore
Pushbutton Switch Functions.
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Dispense Settings
Dispensing Banknotes from the RC1-Bin Space
and/or the RC2-Bin Space of the Recycler Unit is
possible. Banknote denomination dispensing is 
predetermined by settings made for each RC Bin
Space.
When changing the dispensable Banknote denomination values, replace the Recycler Unit with
another Unit containing the different denomination 
settings.
6. If the Banknote jam location is still not visible,
pull the Cash Box out of the Frame (See Figure 27 e) and remove the jammed Banknote from
inside the Frame Unit (See Figure 2-8 d).
7. Open the Cash Box Door using the appropriate
User-supplied Key(s) as shown in Figure 2-7, and
remove the jammed Banknote from inside the
Cash Box (See Figure 2-8 e).
a
NOTE: When setting the Recycler’s
denomination values; check the Banknote
sizes against the Recycler Unit’s size
limitation settings (e.g., 62-82mm widths,
120-158mm lengths), and ensure that the
correct Banknote Guides are in place for
the proper width and length. This operation
should be performed once appropriate
Operator training has been completed.
b
c
Clearing a Banknote Jam
Figure 2-8 Clearing a Banknote Jam 2
1. Open the Upper Guide of the UBA’s Transport
Unit (See Figure 2-7 a).
2. Remove the jammed Banknote from the Transport Path (See Figure 2-8 a).
3. If the Banknote jam location is not visible, press
the Recycler Unit’s “Release” Push Button
(See Figure 2-7 b) and pull the Recycler Unit out
of the Frame Assembly (See Figure 2-7 c).
Cleaning Procedure
It is important to keep the Banknote Path, Rollers,
and Belts clean. Adhering foreign objects or dirt on
the Validation Sensors may cause acceptance errors
or an acceptance rate degradation. Use a soft lintfree Micro-fiber Cloth or a Cotton Swab to wipe
dirt and stains from the surfaces of the Optical Sensors, Rollers and Belts. If necessary, blow foreign
objects or dirt away using a jet of Compressed Air.
The Sensor Lenses are transparent, and made of a
Polymer material; handle with care. Repeat the
cleaning process as needed until the Banknote
Transport Paths are free of contaminants.
a
b
c
Key
Locks
SENSOR CLEANING PROCEDURE
Perform the following steps to clean the UBA® and
UBA-RC® Unit’s Sensors:
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Unit and the Host Machine’s
Power OFF.
2. Open the UBA® Unit’s Transport Upper Guide.
3. Clean the Sensors, Lenses and Rollers within the
UBA® Transport Unit.
4. Pull the Recycler Unit out of the Frame Housing.
5. Clean the Recycler Unit Lenses and Rollers, and
the Roller located in the Cash Box.
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that
regular cleaning be performed at least once
a month.
e
Figure 2-7 Clearing a Banknote Jam 1
4. Once the Recycler Unit is out of the Frame
Assembly, check inside the Frame Housing and
remove any jammed Banknotes that may be
inside (See Figure 2-8 b).
5. If the jammed Banknote is not visible, unlock and
open the Recycler Unit Door using the appropriate Key supplied (See Figure 2-7 d); then remove
the jammed Banknote from inside either the RC1Bin Space, or the RC2-Bin Space of the Recycler
Unit Assembly (See Figure 2-8 c).
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When a Banknote is jammed in the UBA-RC® Unit,
proceed as follows to clear it:
d
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Caution: DO NOT use alcohol, solvents,
abrasive cleaning agents, or citrusbased cleaners that can damage the
plastic surface of the device when
cleaning it. The lenses can become
clouded by chemical evaporation
residue that may cause acceptance
errors.
NOTE: When closing the UBA’s Transport
Unit or the Recycler Unit’s Upper Guides,
ensure they firmly click into place when
closed. Also, when re-assembling the UBARC Unit, ensure that it re-seats correctly
into place when reassembly is complete.
NOTE: Wipe and clean all of the Greencolored Rollers and Belts shown in Figure
2-10 on page 2-9 using a slightly damp (not
wet), lint-free Micro-fiber cloth.
Caution: DO NOT let liquids or fluids
drip into the Unit’s interior; otherwise,
the Unit may not operate correctly.
NOTE: Cleaning the Pick Roller should be
performed only when appropriate Operator
training has been completed!
Before
Cleaning
Lens
Roller
Belt
After
Cleaning
Lint-free Cloth/Cotton Swab/Air
Figure 2-9 Sensor and Roller Cleaning
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Sensor and Roller Locations
Figure 2-10 illustrates the various UBA-RC® Unit’s sensor cleaning locations. Table 2-7 lists the 
UBA-RC® sensor type cleaning methods, respectively.
c
b
d
c
e
f
a
e
g
h
f
i
j
NOTE: Remove the Recycler Unit and clean the enclosed
Blue rectangular area with Compressed Air.
s
k
p
l
o
q
r
NOTE: Disassemble the RC Banknote Path Race and clean the Pick
Rollers using a slightly damp, lint-free, Micro-fiber cloth.
n
m
NOTE: Clean the Rear Belts using a
slightly damp, lint-free, Micro-fiber
cloth, or use Compressed Air to
blow away any dust. Check that
the Rear Belts are properly
installed before cleaning them.
Figure 2-10 UBA-RC Sensor, Roller and Belt Cleaning Locations
Table 2-7 UBA-RC Sensor Type Cleaning Methods
Sym.
Sensor Type
Sym.
Sensor Type
a
RC2 End Sensor LED
k
RC2 Full Sensor LED
b
RC1 End Sensor LED
l
Lifter Home Position Sensor LED
c
Recycle Unit Sensor
m Lifter Home Position Sensor PT
d
RC1 Full Sensor PT
n
RC2 End Sensor PT
e
Double Notes Detection Sensor LED
o
RC2 Full Sensor PT
f
Double Notes Detection Sensor PT
p
Transport Sensor 2 Prism
g
RC1 End Sensor PT
q
Lifter Home Position Sensor Prism
h
Transport Sensor 1
r
Recycle Unit Sensor Prism
i
RC1 Full Sensor LED
s
Transport Sensor 1 Prism
j
Transport Sensor 2
Cleaning Method
Wipe clean using
a lint-free cloth or
blow clean using
Compressed Air*
*. Wipe and clean all of the Green colored Rollers and Belts shown in Figure 2-10 using a slightly damp, lint-free, Micro-fiber cloth. Do not allow liquids
or fluids to drip into the Unit, to minimize risk of damage or improper performance.
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Standard Interface Circuit Schematics
Figure 2-11 illustrates the UBA-RC® Photo-Coupler Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram.
Validator Side
Controller Side
Figure 2-11 UBA-RC Photo-Coupler Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram
Figure 2-12 illustrates the UBA-RC® RS232C Protocol Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram.
Controller Side
Validator Side
Figure 2-12 UBA-RC RS232C Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram
Figure 2-13 illustrates the UBA-RC® Bezel Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram.
Bezel Side
Validator Side
Figure 2-13 UBA-RC Bezel Circuit Interface Schematic Diagram
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Operational Flowcharts
Figure 2-14 depicts part one of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Primary
Sequence).
Apply Power to the Unit.
a) Initializing
A) Return from “h” or “d” in this Flow
b) Stand-by
c) Is Acceptance inhibited?
d) External LED extinguished
e) External LED lights
f) Is a Banknote inserted?
B1) To Figure 2-15 “Validation” Flow on page 2-12 of 
this Service Manual
g) Is Banknote dispensing required?
B2) To Figure 2-19 “Dispensing” Flow on page 2-16 
of this Service Manual
h) Is Banknote collection required?
B3) To Figure 2-21 “Retrieving” Flow on page 2-17 
of this Service Manual
A) Return to “A” in this Flow
Figure 2-14 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Primary Sequence)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 1)
Figure 2-15 depicts part two of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Validation).
B1) Return from Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” 
Flow on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
D2) Return from Figure 2-16 “Validation Retry” Flow 
on page 2-13 of this Service Manual
a) Intake the Banknote
b) Centering the Banknote
c) Transporting the Banknote
d) Sampling the Banknote Data
e) Stop Transportation
f) Is the Banknote authentic?
D1) To Figure 2-16 “Validation Retry” Flow on 
page 2-13 of this Service Manual
g) Was Acceptance Inhibited?
h) Sending VEND Signal
i) Is the Banknote being stored in the Recycle Unit?
C1) To Figure 2-17 “Stacking/Recycle Unit” Flow on 
page 2-14 of this Service Manual
j) Is the Banknote being stored in the Cash Box?
C2) To Figure 2-18 “Stacking/Cash Box” Flow on 
page 2-15 of this Service Manual
k) Return the Banknote.
Figure 2-15 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Validation)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 2)
Figure 2-16 depicts part three of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Validation Retry).
D1) Return from Figure 2-15 “Validation” Flowchart 
on page 2-12 of this Service Manual
a) Was Validation retried twice? (*1)
b) Return the Banknote
D2) Return to the Figure 2-15 “Validation” Flow on
page 2-12 of this Service Manual
*1). When the first validation fails, the Banknote is returned to the beginning of the Validation Process and is re-validated a
second time.
Figure 2-16 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Validation Retry)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 3)
Figure 2-17 depicts part four of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Recycler Stacking).
C1) Return from Figure 2-15 “Validation” Flow on
page 2-12 of this Service Manual
a) Transporting the Banknote to the Recycler Unit
b) Is the Banknote transporting?
c) Was transportation retried three (3) time?
d) Rotating the Anti-Pullback (PB) Unit
e) Was an Abnormal Error detected by the PB Unit?
f) Stop performance, and send an Abnormal Oper-
ation Signal (*2)
g) Sending an Acceptance VEND Signal
h) Stacking the Banknote
i) Is the Recycler Unit full?
j) Sending a FULL Signal (*3)
A) Return to the Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” Flow 
on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
*2). When an abnormal signal is received, remove and re-supply Power to the UBA-RC after resolving the problem, or send a
RESET Command from the Host Machine.
*3). When either the RC1 or RC2-Bin Space inside the Recycler Unit is full, the recyclable Banknotes are stacked into the Cash
Box until the “Full” detection is cleared. The UBA-RC responds via Status Request from the Host Machine while it is 
performing when either the RC1 or RC2-Bin Spaces are full.
Figure 2-17 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Stacking/Recycle Unit)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 4)
Figure 2-18 depicts part five of typical a UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Cash Box Stacking).
C2) Return from the Figure 2-15 “Validation” Flow on
page 2-12 of this Service Manual
a) Sending the Banknote to the Cash Box
b) Is the Banknote being sent to the Cash Box?
c) Was transportation tried three (3) time?
d) Rotate the Anti-Pullback (PB) Unit
e) Was an Abnormal Error detected by the PB Unit?
f) Stop performance; sending an Abnormal Oper-
ation Signal (*2)
g) Sending Acceptance VEND Signal
h) Stacking the Banknote
i) Is the Cash Box full?
j) Sending a FULL Signal (*4)
A) Return to Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” Flow
on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
*2). When an Abnormal Signal is received, remove power, resolve the problem, and re-apply Power to the UBA-RC; or send
a RESET Command from the Host Machine to the UBA-RC.
*4). When a “Cash Box Full” Signal is received, retrieve the Banknotes from the Cash Box and re-seat the Cash Box back into
the Unit. The UBA-RC will automatically perform its re-initialization movement operation.
Figure 2-18 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Stacking/Cash Box)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 5)
Figure 2-19 depicts part six of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Dispensing).
C2) Return from the Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” 
Flow on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
a) Transporting the Banknote
b) Collecting the Banknote data
c) Is the Banknote abnormal condition?
E) To the Figure 2-20 “Banknote Abnormal 
Detection” Flow process on page 2-17 of this 
Service Manual
d) Is the Banknote transporting toward the Exit Slot?
e) Was Banknote transportation retried ten times?
f) Stop performance, and send a DISPENSE signal
(*5)
h) Has the Banknote been removed?
g) Sending an Abnormal Operation Signal
i) Sending VEND Signal
j) Is the required counts of Banknote being 
dispensed?
A) Return to the Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” 
Flow on page 2-11 of this Guide
*5). The specific Banknote position may be treated as Abnormal, and an “Abnormal Condition Error” state will occur instead of
the normal dispensing “VEND Signal” being sent.
Figure 2-19 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Dispensing)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 6)
Figure 2-20 depicts part seven of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Abnormal
Banknote Detection during Dispense).
E) Return from the Figure 2-19 “Dispensing” Flow
chart on page 2-16 of this Service Manual
a) Is the Banknote condition abnormal? (Tried twice)
(*6)
b) Sending an Abnormal Operation Signal
c) Is a Banknote being dispensed from the Recycler 
Unit?
d) Stop transportation
C3) To the Figure 2-22 “Retrieving/Cash Box” Flow 
on page 2-18 of this Service Manual
*6). The specific Banknote position, or an abnormal Banknote may be treated as an “Abnormal Error” occurrence condition.
Figure 2-20 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Abnormal Banknote Detection when Dispensing)
Figure 2-21 depicts part eight of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Retrieving).
B3) Return from Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” 
Flowchart on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
a) Transporting the Banknote
b) Is the Banknote being dispensed from the 
Recycler Unit?
c) Stop transportation
C3) To the Figure 2-22 “Retrieving/Cash Box” Flow 
on page 2-18 of this Service Manual
Figure 2-21 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Retrieving)
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Operational Flowcharts (Continued 7)
Figure 2-22 depicts part nine of a typical UBA-RC® Banknote acceptance flow process (Retrieving to Cash
Box).
C3) Return from the Figure 2-20 “Abnormal Banknote
Detection in Dispensing” Flow on page 2-17 or 
from the Figure 2-21 “Retrieving” Flow
on page 2-17 of this Service Manual
a) Transporting the Banknote to the Cash Box
b) Is the Banknote being sent to the Cash Box?
c) Was transportation retried three (3) times?
d) Stop transportation
Send an Abnormal Signal (*2)
e) Stack the Banknote
f) Is the Cash Box full?
g) Stop transportation and Send a Cash Box Full 
Signal (*4)
h) Was the Banknote Stacked during an Abnormal 
condition while dispensing?
B2) Return to the Figure 2-19 “Dispensing” Flow on 
page 2-16 of this Service Manual
i) Were the desired counts of Banknote’s retrieved 
during the “Retrieving” sequence?
B3) Return to Figure 2-21 “Retrieving” Flow on
page 2-17 of this Service Manual
A) Return to the Figure 2-14 “Primary Sequence” 
Flow on page 2-11 of this Service Manual
*2). When an Abnormal Signal is received, Remove and re-supply Power to the UBA-RC after resolving the problem, or send
a RESET Command from the Host Machine
*4). When a “Cash Box Full” Signal is received, retrieve the Banknotes from the Cash Box and re-seat the Cash Box back into
the Unit. The UBA-RC will automatically perform its re-initialization movement operation.
Figure 2-22 UBA-RC Operational Flowchart (Retrieving to Cash Box)
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Section 3
3 COMMUNICATIONS
This section was intentionally left out due to a Non-Disclosure Agreement requirement.
If this information is required, please contact the closest office location listed below:
Americas
Asia and Oceania
JCM American
JCM Gold (HK) Ltd.
Phone: +1-702-651-0000
Phone: +852-2429-7187
Fax: +1-702-644-5512
Fax: +852-2929-7003
925 Pilot Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Unit 1-7, 3/F., Favor Industrial Centre
E-mail: [email protected]
2-6 Kin Hong Street, Kwai Chung,
N.T. Hong Kong
Europe, Africa, Russia & Middle
East
JCM Europe GmbH
E-mail: [email protected]
JAPAN CASH MACHINE CO., LTD. (HQ)
Phone: +49-211-530-645-60
Phone: +81-6-6703-8400
Fax: +49-211-530-645-65
Fax: +81-6-6707-0348
Muendelheimer Weg 60
D-40472 Duesseldorf Germany
2-3-15, Nishiwaki, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0035
JAPAN
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
UK & Ireland
All of these Websites are available via:
http://www.jcmglobal.com
JCM Europe (UK Office)
Phone: +44 (0) 190-837-7331
Fax: +44 (0) 190-837-7834
Unit B, Third Avenue
Denbigh West Business Park
Bletchley, Milton Keynes,
Buckinghamshire MK1 1DH, UK
E-mail: [email protected]
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Section 4
4 DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
This section provides disassembly and reassembly
instructions for the UBA-RC® Series Banknote
Recycler Unit (UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC; UBARC®). This section contains the following information:
• Tool Requirements
• Power Source Circuit Board Removal
• Lifter Motor Encoder Circuit Board Assy.
Removal
• Recycler CPU Circuit Board Assy. Removal
• Emission Side Double Note Sensor Removal
• Lifter Motor Assy. Removal
• Upper & Lower Full Sensor, PT/Upper &
Lower End Sensor LED Removal
• Upper & Lower Full Sensor, LED/Upper &
Lower End Sensor, PT/Lifter Home Position
Sensor LED & PT Removal
• Upper & Lower Flapper Pusher Lever Solenoid
Removal
• Flapper Open & Close Circuit Board Removals
• Banknote Transaction Sensor/Transport Unit
Encoder Circuit Board & Double Note Sensor
PT Removal
• Banknote Transaction Sensor & Cash Box
Sensor Circuit Board Removal
• Recycler Encoder Circuit Board Removal
• Upper & Lower Recycler Transport Motor
Assy. Removal
• Timing Belt Removal
• Pick Roller Removal
• Feed Roller Removal
• Impeller/Stop Roller Removal
• Pusher Plate O-Ring Removal
• Roller Timing Belt & O-Ring Removal
• Pusher Plate Re-installation
Power Source Board Removal
Tool Requirements
To remove the Lifter Motor Encoder Circuit Board
Assembly, proceed as follows:
The following tools will be required to perform
UBA-RC® disassembly and reassembly.
• #1 & #2 Phillips Screw Drivers
• A #2, #2.5, #3 and #4 E-Clip Holder
• Needlenose Pliers
• Tweezers
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To remove the Power Source Circuit Board, proceed as follows:
1. Separate the Transport Unit, Recycler Box Unit
and Cash Box Unit from the Frame Housing.
2. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-1 a1 & a2) retaining the Power
Source Circuit Board (See Figure 4-1 b) in place,
and take the Power Source Circuit Board off the
top of the Frame.
a1
a2
b
Figure 4-1 Power Source Circuit Board Removal
Lifter Motor Encoder Board 
Assy Removal
1. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-2 a1 to a4) retaining the UBA/
UBA-RC Upper Frame in place (See Figure 4-2
b), and lift the Upper Frame up and off the Frame
top.
2. Remove the single (1) Mounting Screw
(See Figure 4-2 c) retaining the Lifter Motor
Encoder Circuit Board Assembly in place
(See Figure 4-2 d); unplug the single (1) Connector (See Figure 4-2 e), and then remove the Lifter
Motor Encoder Circuit Board Assembly from the
Frame.
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b
c2
c1
c3
c4
c
d e
d
a1
a2
a3
a4
Figure 4-2 Lifter Motor Encoder Circuit Board
Assembly Removal
Recycler CPU Board 
Assy Removal
b
To remove the Recycler CPU Circuit Board Assembly, proceed as follows:
1. Unplug the twelve (12) Connectors (See Figure 43 a) from the Recycler CPU Circuit Board
Assembly (See Figure 4-3 b), and remove the
three (3) Harnesses from their three (3) related
Retainer Clamps (See Figure 4-3 c1, c2 & c3).
a (12 Connectors)
a1
a2
Figure 4-4 Recycler CPU Circuit Board Removal
Emission Side Double Note 
Sensor Removal
c1 c
2c
3
To remove the Emission Side Double Note Sensor,
proceed as follows:
1. Remove the Frame Transport Guide (See Figure
4-5 a) from the top of the Frame.
b
NOTE: When re-assembling the
Frame Transport Guide onto the
Frame, be sure to align the thick part
of the Frame Transport Guide to the
cut out area in the Frame
(See Figure 4-5 b).
2. Remove the Emission Side Double Note Sensor
(See Figure 4-5 c) from the Frame Transport
Guide, and unplug its single (1) Signal Connector
(See Figure 4-5 d).
Figure 4-3 Connector & Harness Removals
2. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-4 a1 & a2) retaining the bottom of
the RC Bezel Assembly (See Figure 4-4 b) in
place, and lift the RC Bezel Assembly off of the
Frame.
3. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-4 c1 to c4) retaining the Recycler
CPU Circuit Board Assembly in place
(See Figure 4-4 d) and take the Recycler CPU
Circuit Board Assembly off of the Frame.
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not remove easily, place the small
head of a Flat-blade Screwdriver
into the hole located on the back
side of the Frame Transport Guide,
and gently push the Sensor out of
the Frame (See Figure 4-5 e).
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NOTE: Ensure that the Parallel Pin
(See Figure 4-7 c) does not fall out
when removing the Gear.
a
d
c
3. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-7 d1 & d2) retaining the Lifter
Motor Assembly in place (See Figure 4-7 e), and
remove the Lifter Motor Assembly from the Lift
Motor Bracket.
e
b
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NOTE: When re-assembling the
Motor, ensure that the Harness is
correctly positioned as shown in
Figure 4-7 f, and that the Encoder
Gear (See Figure 4-7 g) does not
touch either wall of the Sensor
(See Figure 4-7 h).
Figure 4-5 Emission Side Double Note 
Sensor Removal
d1
Lifter Motor Assy Removal
To remove the Lifter Motor Assembly, proceed as
follows:
h
1. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-6 a1 to a4) retaining the Lifter
Motor Bracket in place (See Figure 4-6 b), and
take the Lifter Motor Bracket off of the Frame.
a3
a1
a2
g
c
f
a
d2 b
e
Figure 4-7 Lifter Motor Assy Removal
Upper & Lower Full Sensor PT/
Upper & Lower End Sensor 
LED Removal
a4
To remove the Upper/Lower Full Sensor PT (Photo
Transistor) and the Upper/Lower End Sensor LED,
proceed as follows:
b
1. Remove the six (6) Mounting Screws (See Figure
4-8 a1 to a6) retaining the Rear Frame Cover
(See Figure 4-8 b) to the back side of the Frame.
2. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-8 c1 to c4) retaining the Center
Shelf in place (See Figure 4-8 d) and slide it out
of the Frame.
a1
b
a2
a3
a4
a5
c2
a6
c1
Figure 4-6 Lifter Motor Bracket Removal
2. Remove the single (1) E-Ring (See Figure 4-7 a)
and the single (1) Gear (See Figure 4-7 b) from
the Assembly.
d
c4
c3
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3. Tilt the Rear Transport Assembly (See Figure 4-9
a) backward and out of the Frame.
6. Remove the four (4) Sensor Covers (See Figure
4-12 a1 to a4); the Upper & Lower Full Sensor
PTs (See Figure 4-12 b & c) and the Upper &
Lower End Sensor LEDs (See Figure 4-12 d & e)
located on the left side of the Frame from Frame
Guide 4, and then unplug the four (4) related 
Signal Connectors (See Figure 4-12 f1 to f4) from
each Sensor.
NOTE: Be careful that the Harness
is not pinched between the Rear
Transport Assembly and the Frame!
a
Tilt Back and Out
a1
b1
c1 f
3
a2
b2
c
f
1 2
a3
b3
c3 d
a4
a
b4 b
c34
Figure 4-9 Rear Transport Assy Removal
4. Remove the five (5) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-10 a1 to a5) retaining the Left
Frame Plate in place (See Figure 4-10 b), and separate the Left Plate from the Frame bottom.
a2
a1
a3
Disassembly/Reassembly
a1
a2
f4
f2
c
a4
e
Figure 4-12 Full Sensor PTs and End Sensor
LEDs Removal
Upper & Lower Full Sensor LED/
Upper & Lower End Sensor PT/
Lifter Home Position Sensor LED
& PT Removal
b
a
a5 4
To remove the Upper & Lower Full Sensor LED,
the Upper & Lower End Sensor PT, and the Lifter
Motor Home Position Sensor LED & PT, proceed
as follows:
1. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-13 a1 & a2) retaining the UBA/
UBA-RC Internal Top Frame (See Figure 4-13 b)
in place, then take the UBA/UBA-RC Internal
Top Frame off of the Right Frame Assembly
(See Figure 4-13 c).
Figure 4-10 Left Frame Plate Removal
5. Remove the five (5) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-11 a1 to a5) retaining Frame Guide
4 in place (See Figure 4-11 b), and remove Frame
Guide 4 from the Left Frame Plate 
(See Figure 4-11 c).
a1
a2
b
c
b
a1
a3 a2
a
a5 4
d1
d2
d3
d4
c
e
d5
Figure 4-13 Frame Guide 3 Removal
Figure 4-11 Frame Guide 4 Removal
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2. Remove the five (5) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-13 d1 to d5) retaining Frame Guide
3 (See Figure 4-13 e) in place, and separate the
Frame Guide 3 from the Right Frame.
3. Remove the six (6) Sensor Covers (See Figure 414 a1 to a6) and remove the Upper & Lower Full
Sensor LEDs (See Figure 4-14 b & c), the Upper
& Lower End Sensor PTs (See Figure 4-14 d & e)
and the Lifter Home Position Sensor LED
(See Figure 4-14 f) and the Lifter Home Position
Sensor PT (See Figure 4-14 g) located on Frame
Guide 3; then unplug the six (6) related Signal
Connectors (See Figure 4-14 h1 to h6) from each
Sensor.
h1
NOTE: When re-assembling both
the Upper and Lower Flapper
Solenoids, pull upward in the
direction of the Red Arrow indicated
in the Figure 4-15 f inset, and then
replace their related carrier with their
mounting screws.
f
a2
d&e
h4
gf
e
c5
c6
Flapper Open/Close Circuit 
Board Removal
h6
a6
To remove the Flapper Open/Close Circuit Board,
proceed as follows:
c
1. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-16 a1
& a2) retaining the two (2) Flapper Pusher Brackets (See Figure 4-16 b1 & b2) in place, and
remove the Flapper Pusher Brackets from the
Rear Transport Assembly (See Figure 4-16 c).
2. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-16 e1 & e2) retaining the Flapper
Open/Close Circuit Boards (See Figure 4-16 f1 &
f2) in place, and unplug each of their related Signal Connectors (See Figure 4-16 g1 & g2); then
remove the two (2) Flapper Open/Close Circuit
Boards from the Rear Transport Assembly.
Figure 4-14 Full Sensor LEDs, End Sensor PTs
and Lifter Home Position Sensor
LED/PT Removal
Upper & Lower Flapper Pusher
Lever Solenoid Removal
To remove the Flapper Pusher Lever Solenoid, 
proceed as follows:
1. Pull the Harness (See Figure 4-15 a) to the back
side of the Rear Transport Assembly (See Figure
4-15 b).
2. Remove the six (6) Mounting Screws (See Figure
4-15 c1 to c6) retaining the Upper Flapper Pusher
Lever Solenoid (See Figure 4-15 d) and the
Lower Flapper Pusher Lever Solenoid in place
(See Figure 4-15 e); then remove both the Upper
and Lower Flapper Lever Solenoids from the
Rear Transport Assembly.
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c4
Figure 4-15 Upper & Lower Flapper Pusher
Lever Solenoid Removal
a3
h5
a5
d
c2
a4
e
b
c1
b
h3
a
h2
a1
d
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NOTE: Before removing the Flapper
Pusher Brackets, remove the two (2)
Springs (See Figure 4-16 d1 & d2)
from the Rear Transport Assy.
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c
g
h
j
d1
g1
a1
a2
e
a b
b1
e g
d2 1 2
f2
b2 e
2
Figure 4-17 Banknote Transaction Sensor/
Transport Unit Encoder Circuit Board
& Double Note Sensor Removal
Figure 4-16 Flapper Open/Close Circuit
Board Removals
Banknote Transaction Sensor &
Box Sensor Board Removal
Banknote Transaction Sensor/
Transport Unit Encoder Board &
Double Note Sensor PT Removal
To remove the Banknote Transaction Sensor and
the Box Sensor Circuit Board, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-18 a1 & a2) retaining the Lower
Rear Transport Cover (See Figure 4-18 b) in place
from the Rear Transport Assembly.
2. Remove the Banknote Transaction Sensor
(See Figure 4-18 c) from the Rear Transport
Assembly and unplug the single (1) Signal Connector (See Figure 4-18 d) from the Board.
To remove the Banknote Transaction Sensor, the
Transport Unit Encoder Circuit Board, and the
Double Note Sensor PT, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the Banknote Transaction Sensor
(See Figure 4-17 a) from the Rear Transport
Assembly, and unplug the single (1) Signal Connector (See Figure 4-17 b) from the Sensor.
NOTE: If the Sensor does not
remove easily, place the head of a
small Flat-blade Screwdriver into the
hole located on the back side of the
Frame Transport Guide, and push
the Sensor out (See Figure 4-17 c).
2. Remove the three (3) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-17 d1, d2 & d3) retaining the Upper
Rear Transport Cover (See Figure 4-17 e) in
place, and take the Upper Rear Transport Cover
up and off the Rear Transport Assembly.
3. Remove the single (1) Mounting Screw
(See Figure 4-17 f) retaining the Transport Unit
Encoder Board (See Figure 4-17 g) in place, and
take the Transport Unit Encoder Circuit Board off
the Rear Transport Assembly; then unplug the
single (1) Signal Connector (See Figure 4-17 h).
4. Remove the Double Note Sensor PT (See Figure
4-17 i) from the Rear Transport Assembly, and
then unplug the single (1) Connector (See Figure
4-17 j) from the Double Note Sensor PT.
NOTE: If the Sensor does not
remove easily, place the head of a
small Flat-blade Screwdriver into the
hole located on the back side of the
Frame Transport Guide, and push
the Sensor out (See Figure 4-18 e).
3. Remove the Cash Box Detection Circuit Board
(See Figure 4-18 f) from the Rear Transport
Assembly and unplug the single (1) Signal Connector (See Figure 4-18 g) from the Board.
g
e
f
c
NOTE: If the Sensor does not
remove easily, place the head of a
small Flat-blade Screwdriver into the
hole located on the back side of the
Frame Transport Guide, and push
the Sensor out (See Figure 4-17 c).
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d2 1
d3
i
c
f1
f
b
d
a2
a1
Figure 4-18 Banknote Transaction Sensor & Box
Detection Circuit Board Removal
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Recycler Encoder Board Removal
Section 4
Upper & Lower Recycler Transport
Motor Assy Removal
To remove the Recycler Encoder Circuit Board,
proceed as follows:
To remove the Recycler Transport Motors, proceed
as follows:
1. Remove each of the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-19 a1 to a4 & b1 to b4) retaining two
(2) Rear Transport Gear Covers (See Figure 4-19
c1 & c2) in place, and take the Rear Transport
Gear Covers off of the Rear Transport Assembly.
2. Remove each of the single (1) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-19 d1 & d2) retaining the two (2)
Recycler Encoder Circuit Boards (See Figure 419 e1 & e2) in place, and unplug each of the
related single (1) Signal Connector’s (See Figure
4-19 f1 & f2) from each Board; then remove the
Recycler Encoder Circuit Boards from the Rear
Transport Assembly.
1. Remove the nine (9) Gears (See Figure 4-20 a1 to
a9), the six (6) Shafts (See Figure 4-20 b1 to b6)
and the two (2) Poly Vinyl Sliders (See Figure 420 c1 & c2) from the Rear Transport Assembly.
b1 b2 a1
b3
b5 a3 a
b4
a5 4 c2
a6
b6
a7
a9
a8
f1 e1 d c1
1
f2 e2 d
2
c2
c1
a2
a
a2 1
a4a3
b
b2 1
b
b4 3
Figure 4-20 Gear & Shaft Removal
2. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-21 a1, a2 & b1, b2) retaining the two
(2) Recycler Transport Motors (See Figure 4-21
c1 & c2) in place; then remove the Recycler
Transport Motor from the Rear Transport Assembly.
NOTE: When re-assembling the
Motors, ensure that the holes on the
Motors (See Figure 4-21 d1 & d2)
are visible from the front side of the
Rear Transport Assembly.
Figure 4-19 Recycler Encoder Circuit Board
Removal
c1
d1
d2
c2
a
a21
b
b2 1
Figure 4-21 Recycler Transport Motors Removal
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Disassembly/Reassembly
Timing Belt Removal
To remove the Timing Belt, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-22 a1 & a2) retaining the Rear
Transport Upper Frame (See Figure 4-22 b) in
place, and take the Rear Transport Upper Frame
off of the Rear Transport Assembly.
2. Remove the two (2) Springs (See Figure 4-22 c1
& c2) retaining the single (1) Shaft (See Figure 422 d) in its rest position, and remove the Shaft and
the two (2) Gears (See Figure 4-22 e1 & e2).
NOTE: When re-inserting the Shaft,
press the edge of the Shaft in using
the Springs (See Figure 4-22 f) while
visible from the front side of the Rear
Transport Assembly.
a1
b2
g1
a1
b1
f1 f
2
e
g2
d
c
Figure 4-23 Timing Belt Cover Removals
5. Remove the single (1) Shaft Mounting Screw
(See Figure 4-24 a) and pull the single (1) Shaft
and related Bearing out from the Rear Transport
Assembly (See Figure 4-24 b1 & b2).
6. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-24 c1
& c2), and the two (2) related Bearings
(See Figure 4-24 d1 & d2); then pull the two (2)
Shafts (See Figure 4-24 e1 & e2) out and remove
the single (1) Timing Belt with its related pulleys
(See Figure 4-24 f) from the Assembly.
a2
b
d1
c1
a
d
e2
b2
f
f
d2
c2
c2
e2
Figure 4-24 Timing Belt/Pulley Removal
Figure 4-22 Rear Transport Upper Frame
& Shaft Removal
3. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-23 a1
& a2), the two (2) Bearings (See Figure 4-23 b1 &
b2), the single (1) Shaft (See Figure 4-23 c), the
single (1) Gear (See Figure 4-23 d), the single (1)
Encoder (See Figure 4-23 e) and the two (2) Pulleys (See Figure 4-23 f1 & f2) from the Transport
Assembly.
4. Remove the two (2) Timing Belt Covers
(See Figure 4-23 g1 & g2) from both the left and
right sides of the Rear Transport Assembly.
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b1
c1
e1
a2
Pick Roller Removal
To remove the Pick Roller, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-25 a1 & a2) retaining the two (2)
RC Centering Guides (See Figure 4-25 b1 & b2)
in place, and remove the RC Centering Guide
from the Cash Box.
NOTE: One of the two (2) RC
Centering Guides contains a Prism
installed in its Plate to detect the
Cash Box (See Figure 4-25 c).
Ensure that this Guide Plate is
always re-installed in the upper
position of the Cash Box.
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 4
Feed Roller Removal
To remove the Feed Roller, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-28 a1 to a4) retaining the RC Transport Race (See Figure 4-28 b) in place, and
remove the Race from the Cash Box Unit.
c
b1
a1
a2
a1
b2
b
a2
a3
Figure 4-25 RC Centering Guide Removal
a4
2. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-26 a1
& a2) retaining the Centering Guide Shaft
(See Figure 4-26 b) in place, and remove the 
Centering Guide Shaft, the End Lever (See Figure
4-26 c) and the single (1) Spring (See Figure 4-26
d) from the RC Centering Guide.
c
Figure 4-28 RC Transport Race Removal
2. Remove the four (4) E-Rings (See Figure 4-29 a1
to a4), the four (4) Bearings (See Figure 4-29 b1
to b4), and the two (2) Gears (See Figure 4-29 c1
& c2); then pull the two (2) Shafts (See Figure 429 d1 & d2) out of the RC Transport Race.
a1
a2
a3
b3
d
b
c1
a1
c2
Figure 4-26 End Lever Removal
a2
3. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-27 a1
& a2) retaining the RC Centering Guide Shaft
(See Figure 4-27 b) in place; then remove the
Centering Guide Shaft, Pick Roller 
(See Figure 4-27 c) and single (1) Gear
(See Figure 4-27 d).
a1
a2
c
b1
a4
b4
d1
b2
d2
Figure 4-29 Transport Race Shaft Removal
3. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-30 a1
& a2), the Feed Roller (See Figure 4-30 b), the
single (1) Spacer (See Figure 4-30 c), the single
(1) Bearing (See Figure 4-30 d), the single (1)
Gear (See Figure 4-30 e), the two (2) Parallel Pins
(See Figure 4-30 f1 & f2) and the single (1) Vinyl
Poly Slider (See Figure 4-30 g) from the Shaft.
d
NOTE: Be careful to not loose the
Parallel Pins when removing their
related Spacer and Gear.
b
NOTE: When reassembly the Feed
Roller, align both the Spacer and the
Feed Roller teeth to the correct
mesh (See Figure 4-30 h).
Figure 4-27 Pick Roller Removal
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b c
e
d
a1
c2
b
f2
a2
f1
a
h
g
d
Figure 4-30 Feed Roller Removal
c
Impeller and Stop Roller Removal
To remove the Impeller and the Stop Roller, 
proceed as follows:
1. Remove the four (4) E-Rings (See Figure 4-31 a1
to a4) retaining the two (2) Flappers (See Figure
4-31 b1 & b2) in place, and remove the four (4)
Plastic Pushing Bearings (See Figure 4-31 c1 to
c4) and Flappers from the RC Transport Race.
NOTE: Be careful that the Springs
(See Figure 4-31 d1 & d2) are not
lost when removing the Flappers.
NOTE: When re-assembling the
Plastic Bearing Bushing, align the
groves to the cut area in the RC
Transport Race (See Figure 4-31 f).
Figure 4-32 Spring Removals
3. Remove the four (4) E-Rings (See Figure 4-33 a1
to a4) retaining the two (2) Shafts 
(See Figure 4-33 b1 & b2) in place.
4. Remove the two (2) Shafts, the four (4) related
Bearings (See Figure 4-33 c1 to c4) and the four
(4) Poly Vinyl Sliders (See Figure 4-33 d1 to d4)
from the RC Transport Race.
NOTE: Position the oblique cut
surface of the One-Way Holder up
when re-installing it 
(See Figure 4-33 e).
e
a1
c1
a2
b1
Disassembly/Reassembly
a1 c1
d1
Oblique Cut
a2 c2
d2
c3 a3
d1
b1
c2
d2
c4 a4
Figure 4-33 Impeller Shaft Removals
5. Remove the two (2) Impellers (See Figure 4-34 a1
& a2) and the One-Way Holder (See Figure 4-34
b) from the Shaft (See Figure 4-34 c).
6. Remove the single (1) E-Ring (See Figure 4-34 d)
and the Stop Roller (See Figure 4-34 e) from the
Shaft.
NOTE: Be careful that the Parallel
Pin (See Figure 4-34 f) is not lost.
f
Figure 4-31 Flapper Removals
2. Remove each of the single (1) Return Springs
(See Figure 4-32 a) from the RC Transport Race
mounting hooks (See Figure 4-32 b).
NOTE: Replace each Spring back
(See Figure 4-32 c) into its related
Bearing (See Figure 4-32 d) position
when re-assembling Unit.
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c4 a4
b2
Groove
b2
d3
c3 a3
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NOTE: Position the Impeller on the
slotted portion of the Shaft when reinstalling (See Figure 4-34 g1 & g2).
a3
NOTE: Be sure that the Impeller
wing’s direction is tilted toward the
front, and that both sides of the
wings are set in a parallel position as
shown in the Figure 4-34 reassembly illustration. If the wings
are re-assembled in the wrong
direction, it can cause transportation
problems such as a Banknote Jam.
b
a6
a5
a4
Figure 4-36 O-Ring Removals
To remove the Timing Belt and O-Rings on the
Roller part of the Pusher Plate, proceed as follows:
a1
d
g1
a1
Roller Timing Belt 
and O-Ring Removal
c
b
a2
Section 4
1. Remove the six (6) Mounting Screws (See Figure
4-37 a1 to a6) retaining the Pusher Plate
(See Figure 4-37 b), and take the Pusher Plate off
the Pusher Mechanism.
e f
a2
g2
b
Figure 4-34 Impeller & Stop Roller Removal
O-Ring (Pusher Plate) Removal
To remove the O-Rings on the Pusher Plate, 
proceed as follows:
a2
a1
a3
1. Remove the two (2) Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-35 a1 & a2) retaining the Pusher
Mechanism (See Figure 4-35 b) in place, and
slide the Pusher Mechanism out of the Cash Box
Frame Housing.
a6
b
a5
a4
Figure 4-37 Pusher Plate Removal
2. Remove the five (5) E-Rings (See Figure 4-38 a1
to a5), the two (2) Gears (See Figure 4-38 b1 &
b2) and three (3) Bushings (See Figure 4-38 c1, c2
& c3) from the Pusher Mechanism Assembly.
NOTE: Be careful that the Parallel
Pin (See Figure 4-38 d) is not lost
while removing the Gears.
3. Remove the three (3) Frame Mounting Screws
(See Figure 4-38 e1, e2 & e3) from the Pusher
Mechanism Frame.
NOTE: One of the Screws is a
Phillips Self Tightening/Tapping type
(See Figure 4-38 e1). Do not
confuse its placement with the
others during re-assembly.
a1
a2
Figure 4-35 Pusher Mechanism Removal
2. Remove the six (6) O-Rings (See Figure 4-36 a1
to a6) while lifting up on the Pusher Plate
(See Figure 4-36 b).
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Phillips Self
Tapping
e1
6. Remove the two (2) Pulleys (Figure 4-42 a1 & a2)
from the Shaft (Figure 4-42 b), and remove the
six (6) O-Rings (Figure 4-42 c1 to c6) from the
individual Pulleys.
NOTE: Be careful that the Parallel
Pins (Figure 4-42 d1 & d2) are not
lost while removing the Gears.
c2
a2 c
1
a1 b1
c
a5 3
b2 a4
d
a3
e3
e2
Disassembly/Reassembly
a1
c1-3
b
d1
Figure 4-38 Pusher Drive Gear Removal
4. Separate Box Gear A (See Figure 4-39 a) from
the Pusher Mechanism, and remove the Timing
Belt inside (See Figure 4-39 b).
c4-6
a2
d2
Figure 4-42 Pulley & O-Ring Removal
Pusher Plate Re-installation
After re-assembling the Pusher Plate onto the
Pusher Mechanism, readjust each Gear position
as follows:
b
1. Remove the single (1) E-Ring 
(See Figure 4-43 a) and the single (1) small
Gear (See Figure 4-43 b) from the Pusher
Mechanism (See Figure 4-43 c) indicated by
the  Arrow.
2. Rotate the White Gear (See Figure 4-43 d) and
the Black Gear (See Figure 4-43 e) each in the
direction indicated by the  Arrows until
they stop rotating.
3. Reinstall the small Gear and its related E-Ring
(removed during Step 1), as indicated by the
 Arrow.
4. Rotate the White Gear in the direction
indicated by the  Arrow, and make sure that
the Home Position Arm (See Figure 4-43 f)
meets the surface of the Pusher Mechanism
(See Figure 4-43 g).
a
Figure 4-39 Pusher Timing Belt Removal 1
NOTE: The Pusher Timing Belt
should be reinstalled as illustrated in
Figure 4-40 when the Unit is being
reassembled.
g
Figure 4-40 Pusher Timing Belt Replacement
5. Remove the two (2) E-Rings (See Figure 4-41 a1
& a2), the single (1) Gear (See Figure 4-41 b), the
single (1) Shaft (See Figure 4-41 c) and the single
(1) Bushing (See Figure 4-41 d) from the Pusher
Mechanism, and then remove the Timing Belt
from the Assembly (See Figure 4-41 e).
f
c
d
e
c
e
a1
d
b
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a
Figure 4-43 Pusher Plate Removal
NOTE: If the Gears are not correctly
re-assembled, the Home Position
Arm will not show on the surface.
a2
Figure 4-41 Pusher Timing Belt Removal 2
b
This completes the UBA-RC® Disassembly and
Reassembly Instructions section.
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Banknote Recycler
Section 5
5 WIRING DIAGRAMS
• System Wiring Diagram
• Transport & Partial Frame Unit Wiring
This chapter provides the UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler (UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC;
UBA-RC®) Unit wiring diagrams for the following
items:
Diagram 1
• Partial Frame Unit Wiring Diagram 2.
Entire System Wiring Diagram
Figure 5-1 UBA-RC Entire System Wiring Diagram (24V)
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Wiring Diagrams
Transport Unit & Frame Unit Wiring Diagram (Partial)
Frame
Unit
(Part 1)
Transport
Unit
NOTE: Refer to the UBA Service Manual for the
detail of the Transport Unit Wiring Diagram.
To Figure 5-3 Frame Unit Side
Figure 5-2 UBA-RC Transport Unit/Frame Unit System Wiring Diagram (Part 1)
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FRAME UNIT WIRING DIAGRAM (PARTIAL)
Frame
Unit
(Part 2)
To Figure 5-2 Transport Unit Side
Figure 5-3 UBA-RC Frame Unit System Wiring Diagram (Part 2)
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Banknote Recycler
Section 6
6 PERFORMANCE TESTS
JCM Tool Suite Standard 
Edition Installation
This section provides Calibration and Performance
Testing instructions for the UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler (UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC;
UBA-RC®) Unit and contains the following 
information:
Perform the following steps to install the JCM Tool
Suite Standard Edition (Refer to Figure 6-1 for the
necessary Tool Requirements and Harness 
Connector locations). The Driver and Tools
required for the UBA-RC® Calibration are installed
on the PC once the JCMToolSuiteStandardEdition.exe file is installed.
To install the JCMToolSuiteStandardEdition.exe
file, proceed as follows:
• Download and Installation Workbench 
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tool Requirements
JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition Installation
Firmware Download Procedure
When to Calibrate
Reference Paper Placement
1. Copy the JCMToolSuiteStandardEdition.zip File
and paste it in a related Folder on the PC desktop.
2. Extract the JCMToolSuiteStandardEdition.zip
Files and Double-Click on the setup.exe Application in the extracted Folder (See Figure 6-2 a).
Calibration Tool Requirements
Calibration and Performance Test Procedures
Individual Calibration and Performance Test
Procedures
Performance Test without PC
•
• Extended Function.
Download and Installation 
Workbench Tool Requirements
a
Figure 6-1 illustrates and identifies the tools and
equipment interconnects necessary to download
and install a UBA-RC® Recycler.
d-1
e&f
c
Figure 6-2 setup.exe Location
3. The JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition Install
Shield Wizard Screen shown in Figure 6-3 will
appear.
4. Mouse-Click on the “Next>”
Screen 
Button (See Figure 6-3 a) to begin installing the
JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition Program.
d-2
g
a
b
a) UBA-RC Recycler with UBA Transport Unit (User
supplied)
b) Power Supply
c) PC (OS: Windows XP or later)
d) USB Cable
d-1) USB “A” Terminal Plug
d-2) USB “B” Terminal Plug
e) JCM Tool Suite
f) UBA-RC Firmware
g) Reference Paper (KS-087)
a
Figure 6-1 Tool and Harness Connection
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Figure 6-3 Install Shield Wizard Screen
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Performance Tests
9. Check the “Current Settings” Area (See Figure 67 a), and Mouse-click on the “Install”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-7 b) to begin the
installation process.
5. Confirm that the Installation File was extracted
automatically (See Figure 6-4).
a
b
Figure 6-4 Installation File Extracting Screen
6. When the “Customer Information” Screen shown
in Figure 6-5 appears, type the User Name and
Organization (See Figure 6-5 a) into each Text
Field provided, if necessary.
7. Mouse-click on the Radio Screen Button
located next to “Anyone who uses this computer”
(See Figure 6-5 b), and then Mouse-click on the
“Next>”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-5 c)
once all the information is entered.
Figure 6-7 Current Settings Confirmation
10. Confirm the installation status by observing the
Green Barograph’s Progress (See Figure 6-8 a).
a
a
c
b
Figure 6-8 Installation Status Confirmation
11. When installation is complete, the “InstallShield
Wizard Completed” Screen shown in Figure 6-9
will appear.
Figure 6-5 Customer Information Screen
8. Mouse-click on “Next>”
Screen Button
(See Figure 6-6 a) when the “Destination Folder”
Screen shown in Figure 6-6 appears. If the Destination Folder is not the desired location, Mouseclick on the “Change...”
Screen Button
(See Figure 6-6 b) and select the desired location.
a
b
a
Figure 6-9 Installation Completion Screen
12. Mouse-click on the “Finish”
Screen 
Button.
This completes the “JCM Tool Suite Standard 
Edition” installation procedure.
Figure 6-6 Destination Folder Screen
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JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition
When the “JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition” is
installed, the Short-cut Icon shown in Figure 6-10
will appear on the PC Desktop.
a
Figure 6-10 JCM Tool Suite Short-cut Icon
Figure 6-13 DIP Switch Location
To activate the “JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition” Software Program, double-click on the Shortcut Icon. The “JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition”
Screen shown in Figure 6-11 will appear on the PC
Monitor.
The Device Information text fields shown in Figure
6-11a list the Model Information whenever the
Device is connected to a PC.
The Service Mode Pull-down Menu shown in Figure 6-11b contains several functional selections.
The selection items will appear depending on the
specific DIP Switches set to create them.
5. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Supply ON. The
UBA® Transport Unit LED will begin alternately
flashing at a Green and Red Color Rate, and the
UBA-RC® Status will revert to Stand-by Mode.
6. Launch the “JCMToolSuiteStandardEdition.exe”
Program.
7. When the “JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition”
Screen shown in Figure 6-14 appears, MouseClick on the Service Mode Pull-down Menu and
select “Download” (See Figure 6-14 a).
a
Figure 6-14 Select Download
8. The “JCM Downloader Suite Edition Ver X.XX”
Program will activate automatically.
NOTE: When the download program
is activated for the first time, an
“Invalid File!” message pop-up
Dialog Box (See Figure 6-15) will
appear because the Firmware File
has not yet been selected. MouseClick on the Dialog’s “OK” Screen
Button (See Figure 6-15 a), and
select the proper Firmware File.
Once the Firmware File is selected,
the message will no longer appear
again.
b
a
NOTE: Service Mode Pull-down Menu listings will depend on
DIP Switch Setting selections.
Figure 6-11 JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition
Firmware Download Procedure
To download the UBA-RC® Firmware, proceed as
follows:
1. Copy the UBA-RC® Firmware File and paste it on
the PC Desktop. (Review Figure 6-1 “Tool and
Harness Connection” on page 6-1 to properly
select and set-up the Cable connections).
2. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Supply OFF.
3. Set UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switches #6, #7 and #8 to ON (See Figure 6-12 &
Figure 6-13 a).
a
Figure 6-15 Invalid File! Dialog Pop-Up Screen
ON
9. When the communication line between the UBARC® and the PC is connected, “Online” will
appear in Green Text (See Figure 6-16 a) below
the Download Screen Button.
Mouse-Click on the “Browse”
Screen 
Button (See Figure 6-16 b).
Figure 6-12 UBA-RC DIP Switch Setting
4. Connect the UBA-RC® and the PC together using
the recommended USB Cable.
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will enter Stand-by Mode automatically when
downloading is complete, and the UBA® Transport Unit LED will then start alternately flashing
at a Green and Red Color rate. 
If “Manual” is selected from the “Reset” Pulldown Menu, the LED will light a steady Green
Color when the download is complete.
If “Reset” is selected from the “Reset” Pulldown Menu, the Downloader’s Status will be
reset back to Stand-by Mode. The LED will again
begin alternately flashing between a Green and
Red Color rate.
b
a
Figure 6-16 Select Firmware 1
10. Highlight select the desired UBA-RC® Firmware
(See Figure 6-17 a) from the PC Folder.
11. Mouse-Click on the “Open”
Screen 
Button (See Figure 6-17 b) to launch the selected
file.
NOTE: All of the above steps are
explained in detail onscreen when “Auto”
is selected in the “Reset” Pull Down Menu.
13. Mouse-click on the center “Download”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-19 a) to begin a
Firmware download. The LED will begin flashing
alternately at a Green and Red Color Rate while a
download is in progress. The Downloading
Screen will display a Blue Progress Barograph
during the download operation (See Figure 6-19
b), and a Blue Text Line below the “Download”
Screen Button will indicate the download
Percentage as “Downloading : XX%” (See Figure
6-19 c).
a
b
a
b
Figure 6-17 Select Firmware 2
12. The “JCM Downloader Suite Edition Version
X.XX” Screen will re-appear (See Figure 6-18)
c
Figure 6-19 Download Progress Screen
14. When the desired download is complete, a “Getting and Verifying CRC and Version information.”
Blue Text Line will appear (See Figure 6-20 a),
and Model Information will start being collected.
a
b
Figure 6-18 Select Firmware 3
If the “Auto Download Mode” Check Box
located next to the “Download”
Screen
Button (See Figure 6-18 a) is Mouse-Clicked, it
will allow the same UBA-RC® Firmware to be
downloaded to another UBA-RC® Unit automatically when Power is supplied to it during the
launch of the JCM Downloader Screen.
The “Reset” Pull-down Menu contains the 
following three (3) selections:
• Auto
• Manual
• Reset.
If “Auto” is left pre-selected in the “Reset” Pulldown Menu (See Figure 6-18 b), the Downloader
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Figure 6-20 Download Progress Screen
15. First, a “Download Success. Validator is rebooting.” message will appear; then, a second “Download Success. Reset Done. Waiting for USB Cable
Disconnection.” Blue Text Line will appear
(See Figure 6-21 a) during the Model information
collection process.
16. Confirm that the Host’s Checksum and the Unit’s
Checksum identically match each other
(See Figure 6-21 b) after the LED starts flashing
at a Green Color Rate.
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UBA-RC Reference Paper
17. Remove power from the UBA-RC. Set all the
UBA-RC Transport DIP Switches to OFF.
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Figure 6-22 illustrates the KS-087 UBA-RC® Reference Paper.
a
Figure 6-22 KS-087 Reference Paper
Placing the Reference Paper
The UBA-RC® requires only one (1) Reference
Paper (KS-087) type for calibration and performance testing.
Insert the KS-087 Reference Paper into the UBA®
Transport Unit’s Insertion Slot following the Calibration Tool instruction (See Figure 6-23).
Figure 6-21 Download Completed Screen
18. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch to ON. The
Firmware downloaded to the UBA® Transport
Unit will begin transferring data to the UBA-RC®
Unit.
19. Confirm that the UBA-RC® LED is lit a steady
Yellow Color during the download. The LED will
light a steady Green Color when the Firmware
download to the UBA-RC® is complete.
NOTE: If a Firmware upgrade is
unnecessary, or UBA Transport Unit
DIP Switches #6, #7 and #8 are ON,
the Firmware downloaded to the
UBA Transport Unit will NOT be sent
to the UBA-RC Unit!
This completes the UBA-RC® Firmware instal-
lation procedure.
Calibration
This section provides instructions for performing
Sensor calibration within the UBA-RC® Unit.
Figure 6-23 Reference Paper Insertion
When to Calibrate
Calibration and Testing Program
Calibration should be performed if the following
conditions occur:
– When removing and replacing each Sensor
– When dirt is adhering to Sensors. Perform
Calibration after cleaning the Sensors and
the Rollers. (See “Cleaning Procedure” on
page 2-7 of this Service Manual).
– When the Banknote dispensing rate is
drastically degraded.
This portion provides the Calibration and Testing
Program (UBARC_MaintenanceSuiteEdition.exe) 
Configuration. The Calibration and Testing Program contains the following five (5) selections:
• Double Note Detection Sensor Calibration
• RC Full Sensor Calibration
• Transport Sensor Test
• Motor Test
• Model Information Input.
Sensor Calibration and Performance 
Testing
Calibration Tool Requirements
To identify the tool and equipment interconnects
necessary to calibrate the UBA-RC® Unit away
from its Host Machine, refer to Figure 6-1 “Tool
and Harness Connection” on page 6-1 of this
Section.
Perform the following steps to initiate Sensor Calibration and the Performance Testing processes.
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Supply OFF.
2. Set the UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switches # 1, #2, #5 & #8 to ON (See Figure 6-24
& Figure 6-26 a).
NOTE: When the “USB-A Terminal” connects to
a USB Hub, the UBA-RC may not operate as
expected. Ensure that the “USB-A Terminal”
connects DIRECTLY to a PC USB Port!
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10. Upon selection the “UBA-RC Maintenance Tool”
Screen shown in Figure 6-29 will launch automatically.
11. Mouse-Click on the “Start”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-29 a) to begin the
Calibration and Performance Testing Procedures.
ON
Figure 6-24 UBA Transport DIP Switch Setting
3. Set UBA-RC® 8-Position DIP Switches #1, #5, #6
& #7 to ON (See Figure 6-25 & Figure 6-26 b).
ON
Figure 6-25 DIP Switch Setting
a
a
Figure 6-28 Model Information Screen
NOTE: The available Calibration and
Performance Test items will appear in the
Black rectangular space below the Start
Screen Button (See Figure 6-29 b).
b
Figure 6-26 DIP Switch Location
a
4. Turn the UBA-RC Power Supply ON. The two
(2) LEDs on the UBA® Transport Unit will light a
steady Green and Red Color, and the two (2)
LEDs on the UBA-RC® Unit will light a steady
Green Color.
5. Turn the UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switch #8 to OFF.
6. Connect the PC and the UBA-RC® Unit together
using the recommended USB Cable.
7. Double-Click on the “JCM Tool Suite
Standard Edition” Short-cut Icon on the
PC Desktop.
8. Launch the “JCM Tool Suite Standard
Edition” Application and the Model information
will begin appearing in the Device Information
Text Fields (See Figure 6-27 a).
b
®
Figure 6-29 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 1
12. Insert a piece of KS-087 Reference Paper into the
UBA® Transport Unit Insertion Slot when the
message provided in the lower Text Field area of
the Screen (See Figure 6-30 a) appears; then
Mouse-Click on the “Start”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-30 b) to begin the Double Note
Detection Sensor Calibration Procedure.
a
a
b
Figure 6-30 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 2
13. Confirm that the Test’s progress appears on the
“UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen by viewing
the Figure 6-31a Green Barograph’s progress.
14. The KS-087 Reference Paper will be returned
after the Double Note Detection Sensor Calibration Procedure is complete.
Figure 6-27 Model Information Screen
9. Mouse-Click on the Service Mode Pull-down
Menu and select the “Recycler Maintenance”
Function (See Figure 6-28 a).
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.
15. Remove the KS-087 Reference Paper from the
Validator Head.
16. Confirm that the message “Double Note Detection
Sensor Validation Success.” (See Figure 6-32 a)
appears in the upper Text Field area of the Screen.
This message notifies the User that Double Note
Detection Sensor Calibration procedure is complete.
a
Figure 6-33 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 5
19. Confirm that the message “RC Full Sensor Calibration Success” appears (See Figure 6-34 a).
The RC Full Sensor Calibration is complete.
20. Mouse-Click on the “Start”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-34 b) and follow the Instructional Message stated in the Figure 6-34c Text
Field to begin the Transport Sensor Check.
a
Figure 6-31 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 3
a
a
c
b
b
c
Figure 6-34 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 6
Figure 6-32 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 4
17. Prepare to start the RC Full Sensor Calibration
Procedure by following the Instructional Message
stated in the Figure 6-32b Text Field.
21. Confirm that the Test’s progress appears on the
“UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen by viewing
the Figure 6-35a Green Barograph’s progress.
NOTE: The RC End Sensor Calibration
Procedure is performed during the RC Full
Sensor Calibration Procedure.
Ensure that no KS-087 Reference Paper, or any
Banknotes or Tickets are present within the Recycler Unit; and then Mouse-Click on the “Start”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-32 c) to
begin the RC Full Sensor Calibration Pro-cedure.
NOTE: Once the RC Full Sensor
Calibration Procedure has begun, the
Lifter within the Recycler Unit will move
upward, and then return to its Home
position when the Calibration Procedure
is complete.
Figure 6-35 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 7
22. Confirm that the message “Transport Sensor
Check Success.” (See Figure 6-36 a) appears.
The Transport Sensor Check is complete when
this message appears.
23. Mouse-Click on the “Start”
Screen 
Button (See Figure 6-36 b) and follow the
Instructional Message stated in the Figure 6-36c
Text Field to begin the RC Spaces Transport
Motor Test.
18. Confirm that the Test’s progress appears on the
“UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen by viewing
the Figure 6-33a Green Barograph’s progress
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Model Information Confirmation
a
Perform the following steps to confirm the UBARC® Unit’s Model Information.
c
1. On the “UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen,
Mouse-Click on the “Serial No. =>”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-39 a).
b
a
Figure 6-36 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 8
24. Confirm that the Test’s progress appears on the
“UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen by viewing
the Figure 6-37a Green Barograph’s progress.
25. When the RC Bin Transport Motor Tests are complete, the calibration value will be saved and the
“Calibration Completed.” Pop-up Dialog Screen
message shown in Figure 6-38 will appear.
Mouse-Click on the “OK”
Screen Button
(See Figure 6-38 a) to complete the Calibration
and Testing Procedures..
Figure 6-39 Serial No. Screen Button Location
2. Confirm the “Model Name” and the “Serial No.”
of the Unit being tested as shown in Figure 6-40.
a
a
b
Figure 6-40 Model Information Saving Screen 1
Figure 6-37 UBA-RC Maintenance Tool Screen 9
NOTE: The Model Name of the “UBA-RC”
(Figure 6-40 a), and the Serial No.
“0000000000” shown in Figure 6-40b are
default settings for use in this “Saving the
Model Information” example.
a
3. Type the required UBA-RC® Model Name using
seven (7) Characters (See Figure 6-41 a), and a
Serial No. containing a maximum of ten (10)
Characters (See Figure 6-41 b) into each related
Text Entry Field; then Mouse-Click on the “Saving the Serial Number”
Screen
Button (See Figure 6-41 c).
Figure 6-38 Calibration Completed Dialog Box
This completes the UBA-RC® Calibration and Performance Testing Procedures.
a
b
c
Figure 6-41 Model Information Saving Screen 2
4. Confirm that the message in the second Text Field
of the “Maintenance Tool” Screen reads “Saving
Completed” (See Figure 6-42 a).
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a
a
b
Figure 6-42 Model Information Saving Completed
Screen
5. Mouse-Click on the “OK”
Screen 
Button to end the Procedure (See Figure 6-42 b).
NOTE: The Saved Model Information shown is the default information.
Figure 6-45 Loading Model Information Screen 2
This completes the Reading Model Information
Procedure.
This completes the Model Information Saving 
Procedure.
Reading the UBA-RC Maintenance Tool
Version
Reading the Model Information
Perform the following steps to read an UBA-RC®
Unit’s Software Version using the 
“UBA-RCMaintenanceTool.exe” Application.
Perform the following steps to read a UBA-RC®
Unit’s Model Information.
1. On the “UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” Screen,
Mouse-Click on the “Serial No. =>”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-43 a).
1. Mouse-Click on the “UBA-RC Maintenance
Tool” Tool Bar’s “Help” pull-down Menu, and
click on “Version” from the selections available 
(See Figure 6-46 a).
a
a
Figure 6-43 Sensor Calibration Screen Button
Figure 6-46 Version Information Screen 1
2. Confirm that the “UBA-RC Maintenance Tool”
Screen shown in Figure 6-44 appears.
3. Mouse-Click on the “Loading the Model Information”
Screen Button (See Figure
6-44 a) located at the bottom of the “Loading the
Model Information” Text Fields.
2. The “UBA-RCMaintenanceTool.exe” Calibration
Application Version information will appear in a
Pop-up Dialog Screen on the PC. Each Version is
indicated by an “X.X.X.X” Text Format
(See Figure 6-47 a).
3. Mouse-Click on the “OK”
Screen 
Button to accept the reported state 
(See Figure 6-47 b).
a
b
a
Figure 6-47 Version Information Screen 2
This completes the Reading Software Version
Information Procedure.
Figure 6-44 Loading Model Information Screen 1
The current Model Information for the Date, Version, Model Name and Serial No. will appear in
each related Cell Field located below the “Loading the Model Information” Text Field (See Figure
6-45 a), and a “Loading the Model Information
Completed” message will appear in the upper
Text Field (See Figure 6-45 b).
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Individual Calibration and 
Performance Test
This portion explains the individual Calibration and
Performance Testing Procedures for each Sensor
within an UBA-RC® Unit. (Review “Sensor Calibration and Performance Testing” on page 6-5 of
this Section for complete DIP Switch Settings).
Figure 6-50 Calibration Test Function Screen 
Buttons
Sensor Test Screen
LOAD SENSOR DATA
Individual calibration and testing is available when
the “UBA-RC Maintenance Tool” is in the Sensor
Test Mode. To change the Mode, proceed as 
follows:
1. Mouse-Click on the “Load Sensor Data”
Function Screen Button
(See Figure 6-51 a) to read the current UBA-RC®
Sensor Data.
1. Mouse-Click on the “UBA-RC Maintenance
Tool” Tool Bar’s “Mode” pull-down Menu, and
select “Sensor Test” from the selections available
(See Figure 6-48 a).
NOTE: Always read the Sensor Data first
prior to starting one of the two (2) Sensor
Calibration Procedures.
2. Confirm that the UBA-RC® Unit’s LED indicates
a steady Green Color. The Bold Text “Processing”
word appears during the Test’s
performance (See Figure 6-51 b).
a
NOTE: The LED will flash at a Green
Color Rate when an abnormal condition
occurs!
3. When reading current data is complete, the Bold
Text “Processing”
word will turn to
Grayed-out text (See Figure 6-51 b), and a “Load
OK” text message will appear in the related Status
result Field (See Figure 6-51 c).
Figure 6-48 Sensor Test Selection
a
2. The Test Function Screen shown in Figure 6-49
will appear. Confirm that the each Screen Button
Function and its related Status Cell indication
contains a result.
c
b
Figure 6-51 Load Sensor Data
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
a
b
c
d e
DOUBLE NOTE DETECTION SENSOR CALIBRATION
Calibration Result Indication Field
Performance Test Result Indication Field
“Processing” Indication
Performance Test Function Buttons
Calibration Function Buttons
Figure 6-49 Test Function Listing Screen
Individual Calibration
The following four (4) Function Buttons are used to
perform these related Calibrations:
•
•
•
•
Load Sensor Data
Double Note Detection Sensor
NOTE: The LED will flash at a Green
Color Rate when an abnormal condition
occurs!
4. When Double Note Detection Sensor Calibration
is complete, the KS-087 Reference Paper will be
returned, and the Bold Text “Processing”
RC Full Sensor
Save Sensor Data
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UBA® Transport Unit Insertion Slot.
2. Mouse-Click on the “Double Note Detection Sensor”
Calibration Screen Button
(See Figure 6-52 a).
3. Confirm that the UBA-RC® Unit’s LED indicates
a steady Green Color. The Bold Text “Processing”
word will re-appear during
Performance Testing (See Figure 6-52 b).
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word will again turn to Grayed-out
text (See Figure 6-52 b).
5. Mouse-Click on the “Save Sensor Data”
Function Screen Button
(See Figure 6-52 c) to reflect the saved Status in
the related result Field.
6. Mouse-Click on the “Load Sensor Data”
Function Screen Button
(See Figure 6-52 d) to read the saved Status result
data.
7. Confirm that the “OK” (See Figure 6-52 e) Status
text message appears in the Status result Field
next to the Double Note Detection text line label.
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a d
c
e
d
b
Figure 6-53 RC Full Sensor
Table 6-1 lists the Sensor Calibration Items, their
descriptions and their resulting configurations.
Table 6-1 Sensor Calibration Configuration
a
c
e
Item
Description
Indicates the Double
Double Note
Detection Sensor Note Detection
Sensor’s Condition
b
Figure 6-52 Double Note Detection Sensor
RC FULL SENSOR BUTTON CALIBRATION
1. Check that the Recycler Unit is Empty.
2. Mouse-Click on the “RC Full Sensor”
Calibration Screen Button
(See Figure 6-53 a).
3. Confirm that the UBA-RC® Unit LED indicates a
steady Green Color. The Bold Text “Processing”
word appears during the Test’s 
performance (See Figure 6-53 b).
Result
Load OK = Current
Calibration Value
Read Completion
Indicates the RC1 Full
RC1 Full Sensor Sensor’s Calibration
Condition
OK = Calibration
Success
Indicates the RC2 Full
RC2 Full Sensor Sensor’s Calibration
Condition
NG = Abnormal
Condition
Occurred
Individual Performance Test
The six (6) Function Buttons shown in Figure 6-54
are for activating Calibration tests for the following
functions:
• Transport Sensor Test:
Checks the Transport movement Sensor
• Motor Test:
NOTE: The LED will flash at a Green
Color Rate when an abnormal condition
occurs!
Checks the Motor Normal/Reverse rotation
• Flapper Test:
Checks the Flapper’s movement
4. When the RC Full Sensor Calibration is complete,
word
the Bold Text “Processing”
will turn to Grayed-out text (See Figure 6-53 b).
5. Mouse-Click on the “Save Sensor Data”
Screen Button (See Figure 6-53
c) to reflect the saved Status in the related result
Field.
6. Mouse-Click on the “Load Sensor Data”
Screen Button (See Figure 653 d) to read the saved Status result data.
7. Confirm that the “OK” text message (See Figure
6-53 e) appears in the Status result Field next to
the RC1 Full Sensor and the RC2 Full Sensor text
line labels.
• Lifter UP Test:
Checks the Lifter’s upward movement
• Lifter DOWN Test:
Checks the Lifter’s downward movement
• Get All Sensor States:
Reads all of the Sensor’s conditions.
Figure 6-54 Test Function Screen Buttons
Mouse-Click on the desired Test Function Screen
Button to begin each Performance Test.
The Test begins, and will finish automatically. The
“Processing” display message appears in bold
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(
) during the Performance Test, then
appears grayed-out once the Test is complete
). The UBA-RC® LED will appear solid
(
(non-flashing) Green when the Function has 
performed normally. If an abnormal condition
occurs, the LED flashes Green. (Refer to the Table
A-4 on page A-3 in this manual for information on
LED Error Code Conditions.)
Performance Tests
NOTE: The Test Status will not appear in the
Status Text Field unless the “Get All Sensor
State” Screen Button is Mouse-clicked! Only
Motor Speed will appear in the Status Fields
when a Motor Test is finished.
Table 6-2 lists the functions of each Performance
Test and the related LED configuration.
Table 6-2 Performance Test Configurations
Recycler Unit LED
Button
Status
Indication
Description
Detects a Banknote’s existence on the Double Note Detection
Sensor (Does not detect double Notes)
-
Detect Banknote existence on Transport Sensor 2
-
RC1 Motor CW Speed: Checks the RC1 Space Transport
Motor’s Normal Rotation Speed
Motor Test
Abnormal
Green Lit
Green
Flash*
Green Lit
Green
Flash*
-
Transport Sensor Test Detect Banknote existence on Transport Sensor 1
RC1 Motor CCW Speed: Checks the RC1 Space Transport
Motor’s Reverse Rotation Speed
Normal
(Stand-by/
Testing)
Speed
[mm/s]
RC2 Motor CW Speed: Checks the RC2 Space Transport
Motor’s Normal Rotation Speed
RC2 Motor CCW Speed: Checks the RC2 Space Transport
Motor’s Reverse Rotation Speed
Flapper Test
Checks the Flapper’s performance
-
Lifter UP Test
Checks the Lifter’s Upward performance
-
Checks the Lifter’s Downward performance
-
Lifter DOWN Test
*. Refer to Table A-4 in Appendix A of this Service Manual for further information regarding any Abnormal Green Flashes.
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GET ALL SENSOR STATE
Table 6-3 Get All Sensor State Configurations
Status Text Field
Indication
Item
Description
Detected
Not
Detected
Double (Transport)
Detects a Banknote’s existence on the Double Note Detection Sensor (Does
not detect double Banknotes)
ON
OFF
Transport Sensor 1
Detects a Banknote’s existence on Transport Sensor 1
ON
OFF
Transport Sensor 2
Detects a Banknote’s existence on Transport Sensor 2
ON
OFF
RC1 Full
Detects that the RC1 Space is full
(Detects a “Full” condition while the Lifter is in the UP position)
ON
OFF
RC2 Full
Detects that the RC2 Space is full
(Detects a “Full” condition while the Lifter is in the UP position)
ON
OFF
RC1 End
Detects that the RC1 Space is Empty
(Detects an “End” condition while the Lifter is in the DOWN position)
ON
OFF
RC2 End
Detects that the RC2 Space is Empty
(Detects an “End” condition while the Lifter is in the DOWN position)
ON
OFF
Detects that the Cash Box is seated
ON
OFF
Detects that the Recycler Unit is seated
ON
OFF
Detects the Pusher Plate’s Home Position of the Cash Box Pusher Plate
Home Sensor
ON
OFF
Detects the Lifter’s Home Position of the Lifter Home Sensor
Cash Box Sensor
Recycle Unit Sensor
Stacker Encoder Board
Lifter Home Position
ON
OFF
RC1 Flapper Open
Detect the RC1 Space Flapper’s Open condition of the Flapper Open/Close
Sensor
OPEN
CLOSE
RC2 Flapper Open
Detects the RC2 Space Flapper’s Open condition of the Flapper Open/Close
Sensor
OPEN
CLOSE
DIP Switch1
Detects the DIP Switch 1 condition on the UBA-RC® Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch2
Detects the DIP Switch 2 condition on the UBA-RC Unit
ON
OFF
®
DIP Switch3
Detects the DIP Switch 3 condition on the
Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch4
Detects the DIP Switch 4 condition on the UBA-RC Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch5
Detects the DIP Switch 5 condition on the UBA-RC Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch6
Detects the DIP Switch 6 condition on the UBA-RC® Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch7
Detects the DIP Switch 7 condition on the UBA-RC Unit
ON
OFF
DIP Switch8
Detects the DIP Switch 8 condition on the UBA-RC Unit
ON
OFF
UBA-RC®
®
®
®
®
When Mouse-Clicking on the “Get All Sensor State” Screen Button, each Sensor’s Status will appear in
the “Status” Text Field. Table 6-3 lists all of the Sensor’s Functions and their Status Indications.
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Performance Test without a PC
Table 6-4 lists the Performance Test Items and the DIP Switch Settings for the Performance Test without
using a PC for testing.
Table 6-4 Non-PC Performance Test Item and Configuration
LED*
DIP Switches
No.
Test Item
UBA
Test Purpose
UBA
Recycler
Stand-by
Red Lit
1
Banknote
Acceptance
Test
Checks the Banknote
Acceptance and
Stacking movement into
the Cash Box and the
Recycler Unit
2
Aging Test
Checks each moving
part and Sensor through 1, 2, 5, 8
aging movements
4
RC1 Space Checks the RC1 Space
Transport Motor’s
Transport
1, 2, 5, 8
Motor Normal
normal rotation
Rotation Test
movement
1
RC1 Space Checks the RC1 Space
Transport
Transport Motor’s
1, 2, 5, 8
Motor
reverse rotation
Reverse
movement
Rotation Test
1, 3
RC2 Space Checks the RC2 Space
Transport
Transport Motor’s
1, 2, 5, 8
Motor Normal
normal rotation
Rotation Test
movement
2
3
4
5
6
7
Operating
1, 2, 3,
4, 8
RC2 Space Checks the RC2 Space
Transport
Transport Motor’s
1, 2, 5, 8
Motor
reverse rotation
Reverse
movement
Rotation Test
Checks the Lifter’s
Lifter Test
1, 2, 5, 8
upward/downward
movement
Recyclable
Denomination
Setting†
Recycler
After Banknote
Insertion
Green
Flashes
Stand-by
Operating
Green Lit
€5 = 1 Time
€10 = 2 Times
Out
€20
= 3 Times
Extinguished
€50 = 4 Times
Out
€100
= 5 Times Green Lit
Green Lit
Extinguished
€200 = 6 Times
€500 = 7 Times
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Red Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
Green Lit
2, 3
3
8
RC1 Space
Flapper Test
Checks the RC1 Space 1, 2, 5, 8
Flapper’s movement
5
9
RC2 Space
Flapper Test
Checks the RC2 Space 1, 2, 5, 8
Flapper’s movement
6
*. The LEDs exhibit a Stand-by indication when each Test is successfully completed. If the LED indicates any other state, an abnormal condition has occurred. Refer to the
“UBA Unit LED Code Conditions” on page A-1, “RC Unit LED Color Type Error Code Conditions” on page A-2, “Recycler Unit LED Code Conditions” on page A-3 and “Various Recycler Unit LED Flashing Error Code Conditions” on page A-3 in Appendix A of this Service Manual.
†. Refer to the “Software Specification” Document for more detailed information concerning this value setting.
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Performance Tests
UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Performance Test without PC Procedure
2. Set the UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switches # 1, #2, #3, #4 & #8 to ON (See Figure
6-55 & Figure 6-56 a).
Perform the following steps to execute UBA-RC®
performance Tests No.2 through No.9 without a
PC:
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch to OFF.
2. Set the desired DIP Switches on the UBA® Transport Unit and Recycler Unit to ON for the desired
Performance Test.
3. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch to ON. The
UBA® Transport Unit LED will flash at a Green
and a Red Color rate when entering the Performance Test Mode.
4. Set the UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switch No.8 OFF in order to start a desired Test.
5. Set the UBA® Transport Unit 8-Position DIP
Switch No.8 back ON in order to end a Test. The
UBA-RC® will revert to Stand-by Mode Status
following each Test’s completion.
Return to Step 2 of this procedure if necessary to
perform another DIP Switch Performance Test.
BANKNOTE ACCEPTANCE TEST
Perform the following steps to execute the
Banknote Acceptance Test without a PC:
ON
Figure 6-55 DIP Switch Setting
3. Set the desired denomination value by setting the
8-Position DIP Switches on the UBA-RC® Unit to
ON (See Figure 6-56 b). (Refer to the specific
Country’s “Software Specification Sheet” 
Document for more details regarding the correct
denomination value settings).
a
b
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch to OFF.
2. Set the desired DIP Switch Number on the UBA®
Transport Unit’s and Recycler Unit’s 8-Position
DIP Switch to ON to select the desired Performance Test (See Table 6-4).
NOTE: The denomination value stored in
the RC1-Bin is set by DIP Switches No.1
to No.4 on the Recycler, and the denomination value stored in the RC2-Bin is set
by DIP Switches No.5 to No.8 on the
Recycler. Refer to the specific Country’s
“Software Specification Sheet” Document
for more value setting details.
3. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch ON. The UBA®
Transport Unit’s LEDs will alternately flash at a
Green and a Red Color Rate when entering the
Performance Test Mode.
4. Set the 8-Position DIP Switch No.8 to OFF in
order to start the UBA-RC® Unit’s initialization 
routine.
5. Check that the UBA® Transport Unit’s LEDs are
out (extinguished), and that the UBA-RC® Status
is in the Stand-by Mode.
6. Start the Test by inserting a Banknote.
7. Confirm the Banknote’s denomination by counting the LED flashes between pauses 
(See Table 6-4 in this Section for flash count vs.
denomination value information).
This completes the Banknote Acceptance Test
without using a PC Procedure.
BANKNOTE ACCEPTANCE TEST 
EXTENDED FUNCTION
The UBA-RC® Dispensing Function Test is 
available when using a PC. Perform the following
steps to perform the Banknote Acceptance
Extended Function.
Figure 6-56 DIP Switch Location
4. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch ON. The UBA®
Transport Unit LEDs will light a steady Green or
Red Color when entering the Performance Test
Mode.
5. Set the UBA® Transport Unit’s 8-Position DIP
Switch No.8 OFF in order to start the UBA-RC®
Unit’s initialization routine.
6. Check that the UBA® Transport Unit’s LEDs are
out (extinguished), and that the UBA-RC® Status
is in Stand-by Mode.
7. Launch the JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition Program. The Device Information Screen shown in
Figure 6-57 will appear.
8. Mouse-Click on the “Service Mode” selection
Pull-Down Menu, and select “Performance Test”
from the Pull-Down Menu selections available
(See Figure 6-57 a).
a
Figure 6-57 Service Mode Performance Test
Selection
9. Confirm that the UBA-RC Performance Tool
Screen shown in Figure 6-58 appears.
1. Turn the UBA-RC® Power Switch OFF.
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Performance Tests
10. Mouse-click on the “Recycler” Tab (See Figure
6-58 a).
11. Type the number of desired Banknotes to be dispensed into the “Number of Banknotes” Text
Field (See Figure 6-58 b).
12. Mouse-click on one of the Radio Screen 
Buttons in the Recycler Unit area (See Figure
6-58 c).
13. Mouse-Click on the “Dispense”
Screen
Button (See Figure 6-58 d) to start dispensing
Banknotes.
a
c
b
d
Figure 6-58 UBA-RC Performance Tool
This completes the Banknote Acceptance Extended
Function Test.
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UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler
Section 7
7 EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LISTS
• UBA-RC Frame Unit Exploded View
• UBA-RC RC Space Unit Exploded View
• UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 
This section provides product exploded views and
parts lists for UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
(UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC; UBA-RC®) Unit. This
section contains the following information.
Exploded View
• UBA-RC Cash Box Unit Exploded View.
• Entire UBA-RC Unit Exploded View
Entire UBA-RC Unit Exploded View
Figure 7-1 Entire UBA-RC Unit Exploded View
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
Entire UBA-RC Unit Parts List
Table 7-1 UBA-RC Unit Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
1
196488
UBA/iPRO-RC Frame
1
197726
UBA-RC Transport Unit (UBA-12)
1
CPU Board Type:
16Mbit Flash Rom
201850
UBA-RC Transport Unit (UBA-10)
1
CPU Board Type:
8Mbit Flash Rom
3
198102
Bezel Spacer
1
Accessory
4
202275
UBA/iPRO Bezel SS A
1
Option
5
195963
UBA/iPRO-RC RC Space
1
6
131854
WBA-SH2 Cash Box Unit
1
7
075245
Grommet
1
8
199082
M3x35 W Washer (Small)
2
Accessory
2
Remark
9
013536
M3x10 W Washer (Small)
2
Accessory
10
209567
Communication Harness
1
Accessory
11
196555
Power Harness
1
Accessory
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Exploded View
Figure 7-2 UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Parts List
Table 7-2 UBA-RC Frame Unit 1 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
100
197964
RC Bezel Assy.
1
101
196443
UBA/iPRO-RC Upper Frame
1
102
196444
UBA/iPRO Transport Rail
2
103
196441
UBA/iPRO-RC Rear Frame
1
104
128427
M3x5 Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
2
105
006036
M3x4 Washer
12
106
149635
M3x4 Low Head Flat Screw (Nyloc)
4
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Qty
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Exploded View
Figure 7-3 UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Parts List
Table 7-3 UBA-RC Frame Unit 2 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
200
196440
UBA/iPRO-RC Base Frame
1
201
196439
UBA/iPRO-RC Middle Frame
1
202
195324
Frame Transport Guide
1
203
195323
Pinch Roller Holder
4
204
195879
RC Pinch Roller
4
205
195935
Rear Transport Shaft 11
4
206
195899
Pinch Roller Spring
4
207
195966
UBA/iPRO-RC Rear Transport Assy.
1
208
196542
Double Notes Detection Sensor LED
1
209
196563
Recycler CPU Board Assy.
1
210
006036
M3x4 Washer
6
211
113803
M3x8 Low Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
4
212
149635
M3x4 Low Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
4
213
003609
M3x6 W Washer
4
214
196553
End Detection Sensor Harness
1
215
196548
Lifter Motor Encoder Harness
1
216
196550
Sensor Harness
1
217
196551
Recycler Transport Motor Encoder Harness
1
218
216594
Recycler Board Power Harness
1
219
196562
Recycler Transport Motor Assy. (Upper)
1
220
196561
Recycler Transport Motor Assy. (Lower)
1
221
196539
Lifter Motor Assy.
1
222
196540
Flapper Open/Close Solenoid Assy. (Upper)
1
223
196541
Flapper Open/Close Solenoid Assy. (Lower)
1
224
196549
Flapper Open/Close Detection Harness
1
225
196552
Full Detection Sensor Harness
1
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UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Exploded View
Figure 7-4 UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Parts List
Table 7-4 UBA-RC Frame Unit 3 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
300
196451
RC Latch Case
1
301
196452
RC Latch Button
1
302
196472
Latch Button Spring
4
303
196453
RC Latch Left
1
304
196454
RC Latch Right
1
305
196437
Lift Motor Bracket
1
306
196475
Lift Up Shaft
1
307
007500
Bearing
2
308
196459
Lift Pitch Spacer
1
309
196473
Lift Up Gear
2
310
196474
Lift Motor Gear C
1
311
116208
Centering Home Position Sensor Board Assy.
1
312
196484
Reuse Clamp
3
313
196438
UBA/iPRO-RC Internal Frame
1
314
196442
RC Box Frame Ground Plate
1
315
201245
Polyacetal Washer (DURACON)
2
316
063250
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
317
113898
ø3x18 Parallel Pin (Hard)
2
318
133880
ø2x15 Parallel Pin (Hard)
2
319
196486
ø6.1xf8.0xt1.0 Poly Slider
1
320
003709
ø5 E-Ring
2
321
005683
M2x4 Washer
2
322
038938
ø2x10 Parallel Pin (Hard)
1
323
003707
ø3 E-Ring
1
324
010377
M2.6x5 W Washer (Small)
1
325
006036
M3x4 Washer
1
326
052564
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Flat Head Screw
4
327
025195
M3x4 W Washer (Large)
4
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Section 7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Exploded View
Figure 7-5 UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Parts List
Table 7-5 UBA-RC Frame Unit 4 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
400
196448
Frame Guide 3
1
401
196450
Sensor Cover
6
402
196446
Frame Guide 1
1
403
102984
Cash Box Holder B
1
404
052649
Box Lever Spring
1
405
196458
Box Pusher Holder
1
406
196471
Box Pusher Spring
1
407
196435
UBA/iPRO-RC Right Frame
1
408
196545
End Detection Sensor (Upper) LED
1
409
196545
End Detection Sensor (Lower) LED
1
410
196546
Full Detection Sensor (Upper) PT
1
411
196546
Full Detection Sensor (Lower) PT
1
412
196545
Lifter Home Detection Sensor LED
1
413
196546
Lifter Home Detection Sensor PT
1
414
128427
M3x5 Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
6
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Section 7
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Exploded View
Figure 7-6 UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Parts List
Table 7-6 UBA-RC Frame Unit 5 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
500
196449
Frame Guide 4
1
501
196450
Sensor Cover
4
502
196447
Frame Guide 2
1
503
102983
Cash Box Holder A
1
504
052649
Box Lever Spring
1
505
196458
Box Pusher Holder
1
506
196471
Box Pusher Spring
1
507
196436
UBA/iPRO-RC Left Frame
1
508
196546
Full Detection Sensor (Upper) PT
1
509
196546
Full Detection Sensor (Lower) PT
1
510
196545
End Detection Sensor (Upper) LED
1
511
196545
End Detection Sensor (Lower) LED
1
512
128427
M3x5 Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
6
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Qty
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Exploded View
Figure 7-7 UBA-RC RC Space 1 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC RC Space 1 Parts List
Table 7-7 UBA-RC RC Space 1 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
600
195914
Door
1
601
080522
Personal Coin Lock Mini
1
602
195897
Tang
1
196462
Length Guide 120 (Gray)
1
196464
Length Guide 127 (Red)
1
196466
Length Guide 133 (Blue)
1
196468
Length Guide 140 (Orange)
1
196469
Length Guide 147 (Green)
1
204457
Length Guide 152 (Black)
1
196470
Length Guide 158 (Black)
1
605
195917
Length Guide Assist Sheet
1
606
195888
Fulcrum Shaft
2
607
195915
RC Skid
2
608
196460
Front Width Guide
4
609
195916
RC Pressure Guide
2
610
003609
M3x6 W Washer (Small)
12
611
081564
M2.6x5 Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
4
612
063352
M2.3x5 Washer
2
613
138053
2x5 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
614
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
615
226493
RC Lock Guide
1
616
226494
RC Lock Lever
1
617
226495
RC Lock
1
618
226496
RC Lock Spring
1
619
104010
M3.6x6 Phillips, Self-Tapping, Bind Head Screw
1
603
and
604
Remark
Choose two guides
of the seven
various guides.*
*. Refer to the “Software Information Sheet” to choose appropriate guides for each currency.
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Exploded View
Figure 7-8 UBA-RC RC Space 2 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC RC Space 2 Parts List
Table 7-8 UBA-RC RC Space 2 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
700
and
701
196465
Width Guide 67 (Red)
2
196467
Width Guide 72 (Blue)
2
196463
Width Guide 62 (Gray)
2
702
003609
M3x6 W Washer (Small)
4
Remark
Choose two of the
three guides or no
guide*
*. Refer to the “Software Information Sheet” to choose appropriate guides for each currency.
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Exploded View
Figure 7-9 UBA-RC RC Space 3 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC RC Space 3 Parts List
Table 7-9 UBA-RC RC Space 3 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
800
195894
RC Base
1
801
195913
Table
2
802
195888
Fulcrum Shaft
4
803
195893
RC Middle Base
1
804
195887
Rack Drive Shaft
1
805
033218
Bearing
2
806
195875
Rack Drive Gear
2
807
195909
RC Centering Guide
2
808
195884
RC Idle Shaft
2
809
195871
RC Idle Z21
2
810
195885
Pick Shaft
2
811
195872
RC Pick Gear
2
812
194075
Pick Roller
2
813
195886
End Lever Shaft
2
814
195910
End Lever
2
815
195923
End Helical Extension Spring
2
816
195898
Center Guide Cover
1
817
110909
Prism (C)
1
818
195892
RC Upper Cover
1
819
005520
M3x8 W Washer (Large)
2
820
195947
M3x4 Super Low Head Screw (Nyloc)
12
821
142672
2x5 Phillips, Self Tightening, Flat Head Screw
2
822
003708
ø4 E-Ring
6
823
003707
ø3 E-Ring
12
824
082026
ø2x12 Parallel Pin (Hard)
2
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UBA-RC RC Space 4 Exploded View
Figure 7-10 UBA-RC RC Space 4 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC RC Space 4 Parts List
Table 7-10 UBA-RC RC Space 4 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
900
195890
RC Frame Assy Left
1
901
195880
Rack Guide Roller
4
902
195911
Width Guide Left
1
903
195876
Rack Gear Left
1
904
195895
Lifter Left
2
905
195922
Pick Helical Extension Spring
4
906
195891
RC Frame Assy Right
1
907
195873
Idle Gear Z20
3
908
195912
Width Guide Right
1
909
195877
Rack Gear Right
1
910
195896
Lifter Right
2
911
110909
Prism (C)
1
912
195946
M3x4 Binding (Nyloc)
8
913
005555
M2.6x6 W Washer (Small)
10
914
081564
M2.6x5 Flat Head Screw (Nyloc)
2
915
003705
ø2 E-Ring
4
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UBA-RC RC Space 5 Exploded View
Figure 7-11 UBA-RC RC Space 5 Exploded View
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UBA-RC RC Space 5 Parts List
Table 7-11 UBA-RC RC Space 5 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
1000
195883
RC Flapper Shaft
2
1001
195905
Flapper Right
2
1002
195901
Flapper Lever SP
2
1003
195906
Flapper Connection Lever
2
1004
195903
Flapper Center
2
1005
195904
Flapper Left
2
1006
195882
RC Drive Shaft
2
1007
194074
Stop Roller
2
1008
194072
Impeller
4
1009
195908
One Way Holder
2
1010
195323
Pinch Roller Holder
4
1011
195879
RC Pinch Roller
4
1012
195935
Rear Transport Shaft 11
4
1013
195899
Pinch Roller Spring
4
1014
195881
RC Drive Shaft
2
1015
194073
Feed Roller
2
1016
195907
Feed Timing Lag Spacer
2
1017
195870
RC Drive Gear 2
2
1018
195878
RC Pull Roller
4
1019
007500
Bearing
4
1020
195869
RC Drive Gear 1
2
1021
010073
Bearing
4
1022
195924
Stop Torsion Coil Spring
2
1023
144584
Bearing
4
1024
110909
Prism (C)
2
1025
195317
RC Course
1
1026
003708
ø4 E-Ring
14
1027
003707
ø3 E-Ring
14
1028
082026
ø2x12 Parallel Pin (Hard)
4
1029
038938
ø2x10 Parallel Pin (Hard)
8
1030
081297
ø4.1xf6.5xt0.5 Poly Slider
4
1031
086007
ø6.1xf8.0xt0.5 Poly Slider
6
1032
217805
Flapper Spring
2
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Exploded View
Figure 7-12 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Parts List
Table 7-12 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 1 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
1100
195318
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
1101
195937
Rear Transport Pulley 1
12
1102
195323
Pinch Roller Holder
4
1103
195928
Rear Transport Shaft
4
1104
195935
Rear Transport Shaft 11
4
1105
195902
Pinch Roller Spring
4
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Exploded View
Figure 7-13 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Parts List
Table 7-13 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 2 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
--
--
1200
Description
Qty
Remark
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
Assy. 1
195442
Rear Transport Idler Pulley 2
2
1201
195759
Timing Belt
1
1202
195930
Rear Transport Shaft 6
2
1203
010073
Ball Bearing
2
1204
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
1205
005555
M2.6x6 W Washer (Small)
4
1206
195960
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Washer Head
2
1207
102989
Motor Spacer
2
1208
102786
Gear Transport Motor
2
1209
195927
Rear Transport Shaft 3
2
1210
195938
Rear Transport Pulley 2
2
1211
010073
Ball Bearing
2
1212
195942
Rear Transport Gear 2
2
1213
137787
ø1.6x8 Parallel Pin
2
1214
091515
ø1.6x8 Parallel Pin
2
1215
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Exploded View
Figure 7-14 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Parts List
Table 7-14 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 3 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
--
--
1300
Description
Qty
Remark
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
Assy. 2
195758
Timing Belt
2
1301
195441
Rear Transport Idler Pulley 1
2
1302
195321
Rear Transport Cover 1
1
1303
144840
2.6x8 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
3
1304
195322
Rear Transport Cover 2
1
1305
063250
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
1306
195937
Rear Transport Pulley 1
4
1307
195931
Rear Transport Shaft 7
3
1308
196558
Transport Unit Encoder Board Assy.
1
1309
196543
Double Note Detection Sensor PT
1
1310
196559
Cash Box Detection Board Assy.
1
1311
196544
Note Transaction Detection Sensor
2
1312
196556
Recycler Encoder Board Assy.
2
1313
144840
2.3x8 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
1314
010073
Ball Bearing
2
1315
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
1316
195919
RC Cash Box Lever
2
1317
052650
Frame Lever Spring
2
1318
195932
Rear Transport Shaft 8
1
1319
195926
Rear Transport Shaft 2
1
1320
195937
Rear Transport Pulley 1
2
1321
195920
Transport Encoder Douser
1
1322
195942
Rear Transport Gear 2
1
1323
091515
ø1.6x8 Parallel Pin
4
1324
003707
ø3 E-Ring
4
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Exploded View
Figure 7-15 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Parts List
Table 7-15 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 4 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
--
--
1400
Description
Qty
Remark
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
Assy. 3
195929
Rear Transport Shaft 5
6
1401
195934
Rear Transport Shaft 10
2
1402
195943
Rear Transport Gear 3
4
1403
195961
ø4.1xf6.5xt1.0 Poly Slider
2
1404
195944
Rear Transport Gear 4
2
1405
195873
Idle Gear Z20
3
1406
195945
Rear Transport Gear 5
1
1407
195320
Rear Transport Gear Cover
2
1408
144840
2.6x8 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
8
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Exploded View
Figure 7-16 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Parts List
Table 7-16 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 5 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
--
--
1500
Description
Qty
Remark
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
Assy. 4
005555
M2.6x6 W Washer (Small)
4
1501
195959
Flapper Pusher Bracket Assy.
2
1502
195921
Flapper Pusher Bracket Spring
2
1503
195960
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Washer Head
2
1504
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
1505
196557
Flapper Open/Close Detection Board Assy.
2
1506
063250
2.6x6 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
1507
195933
Rear Transport Shaft
2
1508
195918
Flapper Pusher Lever
2
1509
003704
ø1.5 E-Ring
2
1510
195962
Flapper Push Roller
4
1511
003707
ø3 E-Ring
4
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Exploded View
Figure 7-17 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
7-33
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Exploded Views and Parts Lists
UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Parts List
Table 7-17 UBA-RC Rear Transport Assembly 6 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
--
--
1600
Description
Qty
Remark
Rear Transport Main Frame
1
Assy. 5
144840
2.6x8 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
1601
196560
Power Board Assy.
1
1602
144840
2.6x8 Phillips, Self Tightening, Binding
2
1603
052620
Stacker Gear Shaft
1
1604
052648
Frame Ground Spring
2
1605
108810
Box Connecting Gear SUS
2
1606
195319
Rear Transport Upper Frame
1
1607
195941
Rear Transport Gear 1
2
1608
195942
Rear Transport Gear 2
2
1609
091079
Square Prism E30
1
1610
195925
Rear Transport Shaft 1
4
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Section 7
UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Exploded View
Figure 7-18 UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Parts List
Table 7-18 UBA-RC Cash Box 1 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
1700
131845
WBA-SH Half Box
1
1701
131844
WBA-SH2 Pusher Mechanism
1
1702
003609
M3x6 Washer (Small)
2
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Exploded View
Figure 7-19 UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Parts List
Table 7-19 UBA-RC Cash Box 2 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
1800
064391
Handle Plate
1
1801
064526
Box Handle
1
1802
064390
Front Box Cover
1
1803
064388
Bottom Box Cover
1
1804
064821
WSH Box Spring
2
1805
064398
Spring Plate
1
1806
064406
Box Frame A
1
1807
064408
Box Frame B
1
1808
052500
Tang Catch
1
1809
064393
Nut Stud
2
1810
064520
Box Pin
2
1811
064387
Box Cover A
1
1812
064525
Box Stud
2
1813
003600
M3x5 Washer
4
1814
003707
ø3 E-Ring
2
1815
052192
ø4x2 Reel Bushing
2
1816
040464
Shield Rivet
6
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UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Exploded View
Figure 7-20 UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Parts List
Table 7-20 UBA-RC Cash Box 3 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
1900
005555
Description
M2.6x6 W Washer (Small)
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
Qty
Remark
6
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Section 7
UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Exploded View
Figure 7-21 UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Parts List
Table 7-21 UBA-RC Cash Box 4 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
2000
070740
Pusher Plate 82
1
2001
081620
O-Ring
6
2002
052557
Pusher Link 1
1
2003
070749
Upper Arm Pin 82
1
2004
070750
Left Arm Shaft 82
1
2005
070741
Pusher Link 2 82
2
2006
070748
Upper Right Shaft 82
2
2007
052580
Arm Roller 1
2
2008
064413
SH Pusher Rack
1
2009
052579
Right Guide Roller
1
2010
064424
Spring Bushing
1
2011
052631
Right Roller Pin
2
2012
064521
SH Pusher Spring
1
2013
052628
Left Arm Shaft
1
2014
052626
Gear Roller Shaft
1
2015
064401
SH Pusher Base
1
2016
003707
ø3 E-Ring
8
2017
003705
ø2 E-Ring
4
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UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Exploded View
Figure 7-22 UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Parts List
Table 7-22 UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
Qty
2100
064414
SH Pusher Cover
1
2101
064428
Cover Beam
1
2102
064524
Arm Spring
1
2103
064531
Timing Belt
2
2104
052561
Bushing ø6B
4
2105
052582
Pulley Gear 2
1
2106
052541
Transport Gear 1
1
2107
064404
Spring Cover
1
2108
064532
Spring
1
2109
086745
Pusher Gear
1
2110
052508
Bushing A
2
2111
052547
Stand Gear
1
2112
018184
Gear (Z16)
1
2113
003707
ø3 E-Ring
3
2114
003708
ø4 E-Ring
16
2115
038938
ø2x10 Parallel Pin (Hard)
6
2116
064863
ø2x14 Parallel Pin (Hard)
1
2117
049531
2.6x8 Phillips, Self Tightening
2
2118
005555
M2.6x6 W Washer (Small)
4
2119
086743
Box Guide A
1
2120
086744
Box Guide B
1
2121
052515
Pulley W5 B
2
2122
052634
Stud Pulley
2
2123
026104
Driven Pulley
2
2124
064422
Bushing
2
2125
064519
Stud Pulley
2
2126
064528
Roller Assy.
2
2127
064523
Spring Left
1
2128
064831
Spring Right
1
2129
064518
Stud Gear
1
2130
052581
Pusher Gear 1
1
2131
086739
Stacker Lever Stopper
4
2132
086746
Stacker Lever
4
2133
086747
Stacker Lever Spring
4
2134
086742
Stacker Lever Collar
4
2135
064516
Gear Shaft
1
2136
052563
Rack Gear
1
2137
052578
Roller
2
2138
086740
Feed Roller Shaft
1
2139
034849
Pulley
2
2140
081620
O-Ring
6
2141
052514
Pulley W5 A
2
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Table 7-22 UBA-RC Cash Box 5 Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
2142
064416
Pusher Banknote Guide
1
2143
064430
Guide Beam
1
2144
064431
Roller Beam
1
2145
034418
Home Arm
1
2146
052650
Flapper Spring
1
2147
034851
Roller
4
2148
064403
Roller Arm
1
2149
064517
Roller Shaft
1
2150
064513
Roller Arm Beam
1
2151
064522
Lever Spring
1
2152
064421
Arm Lever
1
2153
086741
Arm Shaft
1
2154
064420
Home Arm Cam
1
2155
003705
ø2 E-Ring
12
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UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Exploded View
Figure 7-23 UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Parts List
Table 7-23 UBA-RC Optional Lock Unit Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
OP1
204987
UBA/iPRO-RC Key Bracket
1
OP2
204986
UBA/iPRO-RC Key Lever
1
OP3
204989
Key Unit Block
1
OP4
149984
Key Shaft
1
OP5
149643
Key Cover
1
OP6
149646
Key Tang
1
OP7
003609
M3x6 W Washer (Small)
1
OP8
003707
ø3 E-ring
2
OP9
081564
M2.6x5 Flat Screw (Nyloc)
2
OP10
010377
M2.6x5 W Washer (Small)
1
OP11
001767
M3x5 W Washer (Small)
2
OP12
206442
Lock Unit Assy.
1
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Exploded View
Figure 7-24 UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Exploded View
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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Section 7
UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Parts List
Table 7-24 UBA-RC Optional Frame Unit and Large Cash Box Parts List
Ref No.
EDP No.
Description
OP101
204990
Base Frame for the Large Cash Box
1
OP102
204988
Base Guide for the Large Cash Box
2
OP103
204985
Rear Frame for the Large Cash Box
1
OP104
206443
Large Cash Box Frame Assy.
1
OP105
003609
M3x6 W Washer (Small)
2
OP106
006036
M3x4 Washer
10
OP107
127821
UBA/iPRO Large Cash Box
1
P/N 960-100928R_Rev. 1 {EDP #192692}
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8 INDEX
C
R
Cleaning
RC
methods of, equipment required for ...2-7
Recycler
acronym for a ...1-1
Communications
S
criteria regarding receipt of ...3-1
D
Safety
pictographs indicating
Dimensions
1 to 3 symbols inside boxed area ...1-1
entire unit clearance
illustrated drawing for ...1-8,
Special Notes
1-9
italic text highlights
Disassembly/Reassembly
finger points to ...1-1
instructions for ...4-1
Steps
E
sequential numbering of ...1-1
System Wiring Diagram
Exploded Views
Schematic diagram of ...5-1
illustrations of ...7-1
T
F
Technical Contact Information
Flowchart
location listing of ...1-11
Operational
Troubleshooting
symbol language describing software signal flow functions
of ...2-11
Instructions for ...A-1
I
U
Installation
UBA
steps required for ...2-1
Universal Banknote Acceptor
acronym for a ...1-1
J
UBA-RC
Jam
photo of a ...1-1
Universal Banknote Acceptor Recycler Unit
acronym for a ...1-1
Banknote/Ticket
Clearing a ...2-7
M
W
Model Descriptions
Wiring Diagram
Product Number Specifications of ...1-2
system & individual primary part ...5-1
N
Navigation
within manual
procedure for ...1-1
P
Performance Testing
instructions for ...6-1
Pin Assignments
Table listing primary interface connector ...2-3, 2-4, 2-5
Precautionary Symbols
types of ...1-2
Primary Features
UBA-RC Product Series of ...1-4
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UBA-RC® Series
Banknote Recycler
Appendix
A
A TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Overview
This section provides Troubleshooting instructions
for the UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
(UBA-10/12-SH2/SS-RC; UBA-RC®) Unit. 
This section contains the following information:
• Introduction
• Troubleshooting Overview
• Malfunction LED Error Codes
• LED Indication Conditions.
This product allows the Operator to perform fault
diagnosis by checking various fault Table listings
against the symptom, and surveying the cause(s) of
any failure occurrences during the process.
After determining the cause of a failure, repair the
Unit by replacing any appropriate parts deemed
necessary. Perform the Performance Tests, and
then perform a Sensor readjustment to complete
the repair.
Introduction
Most Banknote Recycler failures are due to minor
causes. Before replacing any parts, ensure that all
Assembly and Circuit Board Connectors are properly fitted and the Harness is properly connected.
Poor performance by the Recycler is often caused
when dust or foreign objects adhere to the Sensors
or the Transport Belts. Clean the Banknote Insertion Section first, then observe the operating state
of the Recycler in detail when re-initializing
Power, in order to locate any causes of failure, and
the possible fault locations.
Perform all repairs by referring to Calibration and
Testing in Section 6 and Disassembly/Reassembly
in Section 4 of this Service Manual.
Malfunction LED Error Codes
The UBA-RC® Assembly contains a UBA® Transport Unit and an RC Unit featuring External LEDs
to indicate various Error Codes when specific
errors occur (e.g., a Banknote Jam inside the Unit).
The Green and Red LEDs of the UBA® Transport
Unit and the three (3) Multi-Color LEDs (Green/
Red/Yellow) of the RC Unit indicate Error Status
and Communication Error conditions via their
flashing and extinguished lighting sequences.
LED Indicator Conditions
Table A-1 lists the Green and Red LED Status/
Error Code indications for the UBA® Transport
Unit portion of the UBA-RC® Housing Assembly.Table A-2 lists the Red, Green or Yellow LED 
RC Unit Color Type Error Code Conditions.
Table A-1 UBA Unit LED Code Conditions
Green LED
Red LED
Error Causes
Flashes 1 time
• When supplying power source: the boot program activates after power is applied,
but is not written correctly, or not able to read.
• While performing: Recycler Unit is empty.
Flashes 2 times
• When supplying power source: the boot I/F area is not written correctly or not
able to read.
• While performing: Dispensed double banknotes, or detected an Abnormal
Sensor condition.
Flashes 3 times
• When supplying power source: Main Program is not written on the ROM or
cannot read the program from the ROM.
• While performing: the Recycler Unit is full.
Flashes 5 times
• When supplying power source: Main Program is not written on the ROM or
unable to read the program.
• While performing: Abnormal Error occurred in the RC Unit (See Table A-2 “RC
Unit LED Color Type Error Code Conditions” on page A-2, Table A-3 “Recycler
Unit LED Code Conditions” on page A-3 and Table A-4 “Various Recycler Unit
LED Flashing Error Code Conditions” on page A-3).
Flashes 6 times
• When supplying power source: External SD-RAM Error is not read or written.
• While performing: RC Unit Flash ROM is malfunctioning.
Flashes 7 times
• When supplying power source: RAM is not read or written.
• While performing: the Recycler Unit is not properly seated.
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Appendix A
UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Troubleshooting
Table A-1 UBA Unit LED Code Conditions
Green LED
Lit
Red LED
Error Causes
Flashes 8 times
Communication Error occurred between the UBA® Transport Unit and the RC Unit.
Flashes 9 times
RC Unit Software download failure.
Flashes 10 times
Detected abnormal Banknote position during transportation.
Flashes 12 times
Detected abnormal condition on the transport path.
Flashes 14 times
Abnormal movement occurred in the UBA® Transport Unit
Flashes 15 times
Detected abnormal settings of the recyclable Banknote denomination.
Flashes 1 times
Detected banknote full while stacking the banknotes.
Flashes 2 times
Detected that the Pusher Mechanism has not moved from/to the Home Position
while stacking the banknotes.
Flashes 3 times
Detected banknote transportation error within the Cash Box. The Sensor is not
detected after passing regulation time or transportation amount.
Flashes 4 times
Detected banknote transportation error while transporting/rejecting the banknotes.
The Sensor is not detected after passing regulation time or transportation amount.
Flashes 5 times
The Feed Motor pulse pitches are less than the rated value while initializing.
Flashes 6 times
When the Feed Motor is running, the rated value is not detected at the proper time.
Flashes 7 times
When the Stacker Motor is running, the rated value is not detected at the proper
time.
Flashes 8 times
EEPROM is not read or written.
Flashes 9 times
PB (Pull-Back) Unit is not working properly.
Flashes 10 times
Detected the Cash Box is detached.
Flashes 12 times
The Sensor timing is abnormal.
Flashes 13 times
Detected that the Intake Roller malfunctioned while transporting/rejecting the
banknotes.
Flashes 14 times
Detected that the Centering Guide is not moving.
Extinguished (Out)
Synchronized Flashing Sets of both Red and Green
Downloading of RC Unit Software.
LEDs
Table A-2 RC Unit LED Color Type Error Code Conditions
Color
Error Causes
Red
Error occurred before sending a Vend Signal while storing the banknotes or after sending a Pay Valid
Signal while dispensing the banknotes.
Yellow
Error occurred after sending a Vend Signal while storing the banknotes or before sending a Pay Valid
Signal.
Green
Error occurred other than during a storing or dispensing condition.
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UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Appendix A
Table A-3 and Table A-4 list the two (2) Tri-Color LED Status/Error Code indications for the Recycler
Unit Assembly.
Table A-3 Recycler Unit LED Code Conditions
Left LED
Right LED
Causes
While storing Banknotes, or during an error occurring when Banknotes are being
Flashes or lit a Red, Green stored. Count the flashes of the specific Color to define the error condition being
or Yellow Color
indicated (see Table A-4 “Various Recycler Unit LED Flashing Error Code
Extinguished (Out)
Conditions ” for more detail).
Flashes or lit a Red, Green
or Yellow Color
Extinguished (Out)
While dispensing Banknotes, or during an error occurring when dispensing
Banknotes. Count the flashes of the specific Color to define the error condition
being indicated (see Table A-4 “Various Recycler Unit LED Flashing Error Code
Conditions ” for more detail).
Flashes (Green)
Flashes (Green)
A Stand-by* Error occurred. Count the flashes of the specific Color to define the
error condition being indicated (see Table A-4 “Various Recycler Unit LED
Flashing Error Code Conditions ” for more detail).
Lit (Red)
Lit (Red)
An UBA-RC® Software booting error occurred.
Lit (Yellow)
Lit (Yellow)
Downloading UBA-RC® Software into the Unit.
Lit (Green)
Lit (Green)
A Reset was not performed after power was supplied.
*. This condition can exist when the UBA-RC is not performing a Banknote storage, and an error has occurred.
Table A-4 Various Recycler Unit LED Flashing Error Code Conditions
LED Flashes
Error Causes
0
UBA® Transport Unit Performance Error.
1
UBA-RC® Motor Speed Error.
2
Unit disabled to confirm that the RC1 Space Transport Motor is performing correctly.
3
Unit disabled to confirm that the RC2 Space Transport Motor is performing correctly.
4
Unit disabled to confirm that the RC1 Flapper is performing correctly.
5
Unit disabled to confirm that the RC2 Flapper is performing correctly.
6
Unit disabled to confirm that the Lifter is performing correctly.
7
Banknote Jam occurred in the Transport Path when storing a Banknote into the RC1 Space.
8
Banknote Jam occurred in the Recycler Unit when storing a Banknote into the RC1 Space.
9
Banknote Jam occurred in the Transport Path when storing a Banknote into the RC2 Space.
10
Banknote Jam occurred in the Recycler Unit when storing a Banknote into the RC2 Space.
11
Banknote Jam occurred in the Transport Path when storing a Banknote in the Cash Box.
12
Banknote Jam occurred in the Cash Box when storing a Banknote to the Cash Box.
13
Banknote Jam occurred in the Transport Path when dispensing a Banknote from the RC1 Space.
14
Banknote Jam occurred in the Recycler Unit when dispensing a Banknote from the RC1 Space.
15
Banknote Jam occurred in the Transport Path when dispensing a Banknote from the RC2 Space.
16
Banknote Jam occurred in the Recycler Unit when dispensing a Banknote from the RC2 Space.
17
Unit disabled to access to the EEPROM, or the Sensors are not calibrated.
18
Double Note Detection Sensor Magnification Error.
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Appendix A
UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Troubleshooting
UBA-RC Recycler Unit Width and
Length Guide Replacement 
Procedure
a
The UBA-RC® Width and Length Guides located in
the Recycler Unit need to be replaced by a trained
Engineer or Technician using the following Procedures.
Length Guide Replacement
b
To replace the Length Guide in the Recycler Unit,
proceed as follows:
C
1. Use the supplied Key to unlock the Recycler Unit
Door (See Figure A-1 a) and open the Door.
2. Remove the four (4) Screws retaining the Length
Guide in place (See Figure A-2 a).
d
B
e
A
c
f
Figure A-2 Length Guide Removal
Length Guide Installation
To install a new Length Guide into the Recycler
Unit, proceed as follows:
a
1. Place the new Length Guide in the direction 
indicated by Graphic Arrow A in Figure A-3a.
2. Slide the Length Guide in the direction indicated
by Graphic Arrow B, and align it to the edge of
the RC Recycler Door (See Figure A-3 a).
3. Install the four (4) Length Guide Mounting
Screws (See Figure A-3 b) for re-assembly.
Figure A-1 Opening the Recycler Unit Door
3. Lift the Length Guide upward, as indicated by
Graphic Arrow A in Figure A-2.
4. Slide the Length Guide in the direction indicated
by Graphic Arrow B, as shown in Figure A-2.
5. Lift the Length Guide upward again, as indicated
by Graphic Arrow C, and then lift the Length
Guide up and off of the Recycler Unit Door.
6. Remove the two (2) Screws (See Figure A-2 d)
from the removed RC Length Guide.
NOTE: When installing the RC2
Length Guide (See Figure A-3 c),
insert the L Guide Assist Strip onto
the Door (See Figure A-3 d), to
complete this procedure.
b
NOTE: Remove both RC1
(See Figure A-2 b) and RC2
(See Figure A-2 c) Length Guides
during the same procedure.
NOTE: When installing the L Guide
Assist Sheet, be sure that convex
portions of the Length Guide fit into
the holes provided for them on the
right and the left sides of the L Guide
Assist Strip (See Figure A-2 f).
a
7. Remove the L Guide Assist Strip (See Figure A-2
e) and install the Length Guide replacement.
d
A
B
c
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Width Guide Replacement
5. Reassemble the RC Race (See Figure A-6 a) onto
the Recycler Unit.
NOTE: Ensure that no space exists
where the RC Race convex area
meets the Recycler Unit’s
indentations indicated by the circled
area in Figure A-6 b.
6. Install the four (4) Mounting Screws (See Figure
A-6 c) previously removed into both sides of the
Recycler Unit.
To replace the Width Guide in the Recycler Unit,
proceed as follows:
1. Remove the four (4) Mounting Screws
(See Figure A-4 a1 through a4) from the right and
left rear sides of the Recycler Unit.
2. Lift the RC Race (See Figure A-4 b) upward and
remove it up and off the Recycler Unit.
3. Slide each Width Guide in the direction indicated
by the small Arrows (See Figure A-5 a1, a2 & b1,
b2), then remove it off of the Recycler Unit.
4. Install the desired Width Guide by reversing the
procedure in Steps 1 through 3 above.
a
NOTE: A Width Guide may not be
necessary, depending on the 
denomination value desired. Refer to
the specific “Software Information
Sheet” to confirm the Width Guide
selection required for your Country’s
Currency.
a1
a
Hidden Side
NOTE: When installing a Width
Guide, fit the Width Guide into the
Recycler Unit indentations, as shown
in Figure A-5 c.
a2
Appendix A
b
c
Figure A-6 New Width Guide Installation 4
This completes the UBA-RC® Troubleshooting 
Section.
b
NOTE: Refer to each country’s “Software
Information Sheet” when selecting the Banknote
Guides for the UBA-RC.
a4
a3
Figure A-4 New Width Guide Installation 2
b1
b2
a1
a2
c
Figure A-5 New Width Guide Installation 3
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Appendix A
UBA-RC® Series Banknote Recycler
Troubleshooting
Maintenance Equipment Requirements
This portion provides product information for obtaining the additional UBA-RC® Maintenance 
Equipment.
Additional UBA-RC Maintenance Equipment
a
c
b
d
Only the European Connector
Version is shown here. Order
the “JAC No.” to obtain the
USA Style AC Wall Plug.
e
f
Figure A-7 Additional Maintenance Equipment Requirements
Table A-5 Additional Maintenance Equipment Parts List
Ltr.
EDP No.*
a
202366
← Use EDP# Reference Paper (KS-087)
1
b
G00205
501-100218R UAC Module
1
c
G00230
400-100249R UAC USB Cable
1
d
G00213
e
G00286
← Use G#
f
G00289
← Use G#
JAC No.
Description
302-100007RA Power Cord (USA or Euro)
Qty.
Remark
1
For UAC
AC Power Adaptor
1
For UAC
UBA-RC Harness
1
For ID003
*. A Product EDP Number that begins with a “G” is a Product developed by JCM-E Germany.
Reference Paper Handling
All JCM Reference Paper should be handled as follows:
1. Do not allow the Reference Papers to endure high temperatures and/or high humidity environments.
2. Store unused Reference Papers in their original Shipping Carton to avoid exposing them to direct Sunlight and/
or bright indoor light. Ensure that the Reference Papers being stored are not damaged as they are replaced back
into their shipping carton.
3. Do not use Reference Paper containing damaged areas that are worn, dirty, wrinkled, distorted 
and/or discolored.
4. Use new Reference Paper for every 400 Units being calibrated. Incorrect calibration errors may occur when
using Reference Paper that has been used for calibration of more than 400 Units.
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Banknote Recycler
Appendix B
B GLOSSARY
A
1
Anti-Pullback Mechanism
The rotating drum located in the rear portion of the transport to prevent a Banknote from
being retrieved by an attached piece of string, wire or transparent tape ...1-4
B
2
3
Banknote Guide
a specific length and width shim designed to center and limit a specific Country’s
Banknote size for proper transport through the Validator ...A-5
Bezel
a removable Plastic Assembly attached to the front of the Banknote Insertion Slot of a
UBA Unit. If features, a rectangular shaped access opening (slot) for easy insertion and
retrieval of Banknotes. Bezels are available in different shapes and sizes in order to accommodate Banknotes of different widths and different stacking configuration ...1-2
C
4
5
Centering Mechanism
a mechanical assembly designed to center Banknotes that enter the Validator at skewed
angle ...1-4
Current Limiting Power Source
an electronic circuit designed to prevent damage to a Power Supply in the event a short
circuit occurs ...1-7
E
6
7
E-Clip
a semicircular retainer clip with center tab forming the letter “E” designed to fit into a
shaft groove to retain a component in place, and having hole rings, at its ends for insertion of special expansion/removal/replacement tool tips ...4-1
Encoder
a gear containing multiple protrusions (flags) used to interrupt an Optical Sensor to determine shaft rotation ...4-1
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F
8
Friction Roller System
a Roller assembly designed to separate closely placed Banknotes for entry into the Recycler Unit ...1-6
H
9
Holographic image
a 3-Dimensional image created by using a technique that allows light scattered from an
object to be recorded and later reconstructed so that when an imaging system (a Camera,
CIS or a Human Eye) is placed in a re-constructed beam of light, an image of the object
recorded will be seen even when the object is no longer present. The re-constructed image changes as the position and orientation of the viewing plane changes in exactly the
same way as if the object were still present, thus making the image appear three-dimensional ...1-4
J
10 JCM Tool Suite Standard Edition
a JCM PC Application Program that includes Sub- routine Programs for Downloading
a File, Calibrating Sensors, examining Performance Metrics, testing Acceptor Functions, Enabling & Disabling the ICB Feature and viewing an image of the last Banknote
accepted ...6-1
11 Jumper
a small shorting plug intended to connect or disable a specific feature residing on a Circuit Board Assembly or being fed into it ...2-2
P
12 Photo-Coupler Isolation
a method of increasing safety to both the equipment and personnel by isolating and routing transmitted data signals via Light Emitting Diode (LED) and Photosensitive Transistor combination circuit in various electronic equipment devices ...1-6
13 Pictograph
small internationally recognized safety and attention symbols placed to the left of Notes,
Cautions and Warnings throughout a JCM Maintenance Manual ...1-1
14 Precautions
Special instructions and warnings that appear in JCM Maintenance Manuals. They are
intended to promote personal safety and prevent damage to equipment when working
with the applicable JCM Product ...1-2
15 PT
acronym for a Photo Transistor ...4-3
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Appendix B
R
16 RC1 Bin Space/RC2 Bin Space
the specific Banknote storage areas in the Recycler portion of an UBA-RC™ Unit ...2-7
17 Recycler
The UBA-RC™, an optional add-on device for the UBA™ Banknote Validator. The Recycler adds additional capability and functionality to the UBA™ Unit by stacking, storing, and recycling Banknotes back to the customer on demand. These features are
particularly useful during cash transactions and vending operations ...1-1
18 RS232C
a common Serial Data communication standard Protocol ...1-6
T
19 TTL
acronym for Transistor to Transistor Logic levels ...1-6
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