Product Specifications Manual PR521-24-A Rev. No. 0.00 Star Micronics Co., Ltd.

Product Specifications Manual PR521-24-A Rev. No. 0.00 Star Micronics Co., Ltd.
Product Specifications Manual
PR521-24-A
Rev. No. 0.00
Star Micronics Co., Ltd.
Special Products Division
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Contents
GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1-1 Explanation 1-2 Model Name Display Directions
DEVICE COMPOSITION PAPER SPECIFICATIONS (THERMAL PAPER) PRESENTER SPECIFICATIONS
4-1 Basic Operations
4-2 Operating Sequence
4-3 Paper Detector General Specifications
4-5 Connectors 4-5-1 Paper Detector and Motor Connector 4-5-2 Example Circuit
EXTERNAL SPECIFICATIONS
AMBIENT SPECIFICATIONS
RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS
MOUNTING THE PRESENTER PR521
ATTACHING THE WEIGHT BAR AND ADJUSTING THE LOOP GUIDE
RECOVERING FROM ERRORS (PAPER JAMS)
PRECAUTIONS REGARDING OUTER COVER DESIGNS
MAINTENANCE
HANDLING THE PRESENTER 13-1 Precautions for Handling
13-2 Precautions Concerning Safety
1-1
1-1
1-1
2-1
3-1
4-1
4-1
4-1
4-5
4-8
4-8
4-9
5-1
6-1
7-1
8-1
9-1
10-1
11-1
12-1
13-1
13-1
13-1
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1-1 Explanation
PR521 is paper (receipts, etc.) discharge device embedded in a thermal printer used with electronic devices such as
games, ATM, and unmanned-information kiosks and the like.
This model has a paper (receipt) recovery function after discharge, as standard equipment.
1-2
Model Name Display Directions
P
R
(1)
5
(2)
2
1
(3) (4)
2
4
(5)
㸿
(6)
(1) PR:
Presenter
(2) 5:
500 Series
(3) 2:
No cutter, horizontal discharge
(4) 1:
Standard (Used with TMP)
(5) 24:
DC 24 V Specifications
(6) A:
Sold alone
PR521 Product Specifications
1-1
2. DEVICE COMPOSITION
The presenter mechanism is composed of the following devices.
Drive Mechanism
Drive Unit
Detector
PF Roller
Paper Detector 1 (Reflective Type Photointerrupter)
Paper Detector 2 (Transmissive Type Photosensor)
Paper Detector 3 (Transmissive Type Photosensor)
PR521 Product Specifications
2-1
3. PAPER SPECIFICATIONS (THERMAL PAPER)
(1) Paper Width : 45±0.5 mm to 82.5±0.5 mm
(2) Sheet Length
: 75 to 300 mm
(3) Recommended Thermal Paper : According to product specifications for TMP542-24-A.
(4) Paper Thickness : 0.065 mm to 0.150 mm
(5) Shaft Core Diameter : When paper thickness is more than 0.065 mm and less than 0.10 mm
Shaft core inner diameter: Min. 25.4±1 mm; Shaft core outer diameter: Min. 31.4±1 mm
When paper thickness is more than 0.10 mm and less than 0.15 mm
Shaft core inner diameter: Min. 50.8±1 mm; Shaft core outer diameter: Min. 56.8±1 mm
(6) Paper Curl Direction
:
Print surface outer direction when paper is wrapped into a roll shape
Note: When using paper that is outside of the above specification
ranges, paper jams may occur.
(7) Pre-printing Prohibited Range on the Backside of Paper
C enter of P ape r W idth
15 mm or more
from Paper Edge
B a ckside of Paper
No Preprinting
(Dual Use TMP542)
P rin t D irectio n
B a ckside of Paper
No Preprinting
(With Only Presenter)
9m m
45 mm (Minimum Paper Width)
82.5 mm (Maximum Paper Width)
Note: If out of the above specifications, the paper detector (sensor) may mis-detect paper, or not
detect at all.
PR521 Product Specifications
3-1
4. PRESENTER SPECIFICATIONS
4-1
Basic Operations
4-2
Operating Sequence
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Paper is not discharged from the printer while printing.
After printing is completed, the presenter roller rotates to discharge the paper.
The roller stops when the detector has detected the trailing edge of the paper.(Paper discharge completed)
The next print job can be started by the user removing the paper from the printer.
The recovery command or a timer can be used to recover the paper if it is not removed.
Distance from Sensor Position
Sensor 1
Presenter Inlet
Presenter Outlet
Sensor 3
Sensor 2
Recovery Direction
Sensor 1: Paper leading edge and trailing edge detection sensor
Sensor 2: Paper leading edge detection sensor
Sensor 2: Recovery determination sensor
Presenter Mounting Position
Presenter Outlet
Paper
Position
Sensor 3
Sensor 2
PR521 Product Specifications
Sensor 1
4-1
TMP542 Cutting Position
(1)
Insert the paper into the presenter until the leading edge of the paper is clamped by the PF roller.
Presenter Inlet
Presenter Outlet
Paper Position
200ms
CW
DC Motor stop
(2)
(4)
CCW
Short the terminal
㻿㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞㻌1
ON
OFF
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
to brake the DC motor
(1)
ON
(3)
OFF
ON
OFF
Not Determined
Sensor 1 detects the leading edge of the paper and turns ON.
When sensor 1 turns ON, the DC motor starts running in CW.
Sensor 2 detects the leading edge of the paper and turns ON.
When sensor 2 turns ON, the DC motor brakes for 200 ms and to stop.
PR521 Product Specifications
4-2
(2)
Discharge the paper until the trailing end of the paper is stopped in front of the PF roller.
Presenter Outlet
Presenter Inlet
Paper Position
200ms
CW
DC Motor stop
(7)
(5)
CCW
10ms
Short the terminal
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
5.
6.
7.
ON
OFF
to brake the DC motor
(6)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Not Determined
Paper discharge instruction starts the DC motor running in CW.
Sensor 1 detects the trailing edge of the paper and turns OFF.
10 ms after the sensor 1 turns OFF, the DC motor brakes for 200 ms and to stop.
Note:
The paper conveyance amount of 10 ms in 7. above is 9 mm logically when the paper
discharge speed is 300 mm/s, but the paper advances while the DC motor is braking, so
actually the paper stopping position is the logical value. Check operations under the usage conditions to determine the setting value for actual
use.
PR521 Product Specifications
4-3
(3)
Paper Recovery Operation
If the sensor 2 and sensor 3 detection signals are ON, the paper recovery operation is performed.
Paper Recovery
Presenter Outlet
Paper Position
㻞㼟
㻞㻜㻜㼙㼟
㻯㼃
DC Motor 㼟㼠㼛㼜
(8)
(11)
㻯㻯㼃
Short the terminal
㻻㻺
to brake the DC motor
㻿㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞㻌1
㻻㻲㻲
㻻㻺
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
(10)
㻻㻲㻲
㻻㻺
(9)
㻻㻲㻲
Sensors turn OFF in order of 3 to 2: Determined that paper has been recovered.
Other conditions: Determined that paper has been pulled out from discharge outlet.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Recovery instruction starts the DC motor running in CCW.
Sensor 3 detects the paper trailing end. Sensor 3 = OFF
Sensor 2 detects the paper trailing end. Sensor 2 = OFF
After the sensor 2 turns OFF, the DC motor brakes for 200 ms and to stop.
Important
The status of detection of sensors 2 and 3 determines whether paper has been pulled out
of the outlet or it was recovered, so the time that sensors 2 and 3 detected must be detected.
Note that the distance between sensors 2 and 3 is 9 mm, so the time after sensor 3 turns
OFF until sensor 2 turns OFF is 30 ms logically when the paper conveyance speed is 300
ms, but it will differ according to the type of paper and operating environment. Check operations under the usage conditions to determine the setting value for actual
use.
PR521 Product Specifications
4-4
4-3
Paper Detector General Specifications
Sensor 1 is composed of a reflective type sensor and issues set and reset signals. The sensor’s electrical characteristics
are shown below.
Absolute Maximum Rating (at 25°C)
Symbols
Reverse Voltage
VR
Input
Current
IF
Tolerance Loss
PD
Voltage Between Collector and Emitter VCE0
Voltage Between Emitter and Collector VEC0
Output
Collector Current
IC
Collector Loss
PC
Total Tolerance Loss
Ptot
Operating Temperature
Topr
Storage Temperature
Tstg
Soldering Temperature
Tsol
Item
Electrical Characteristics (at 25°C)
Item
Symbols
VF
IR
ICEO
IC
Ileak
tr
tf
Rated Values
Units
6
50
75
35
6
20
75
100
-25 to +85
-40 to +100
260
V
mA
mW
V
V
mA
mW
mW
ºC
ºC
ºC
Conditions
Forward Voltage
IF = 20 mA
Reverse Current
VR = 3 V
Output
Dark Current
VCE = 20 V
Optical Current
IF = 20 mA, VCE = 5V
TransmisLeaked Current * 1
IF = 20 mA, VCE = 5V
sion CharResponse Time (Rise)
VCE=2V, IC=100uA
acteristics
RL=1kΩ, D=4mm *2
Response Time (Fall)
*1: No reflective material.
*2: D is the thickness of the reflective mirror glass.
Input
Remarks
Within 5 sec.
Min.
1.0
-
Standard
1.2
1
50
50
Max.
1.4
10
100
3.0
500
150
150
Units
V
uA
nA
mA
nA
us
us
Sensors 2 and 3 are transmissive type and are composed of an infrared ray emitter diode and phototransistor. The
sensor’s electrical characteristics are shown below.
Infrared Ray Emitter Diode
Absolute Maximum Rating (at 25°C)
Item
Symbols
Current
Reverse Voltage
Tolerance Loss
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Soldering Temperature
IF
VR
PD
Topr.
Tstg.
Tsol.
Rated Values
50
5
75
-25 to +85
-30 to +85
260
Electrical Characteristics (at 25°C)
Item
Symbols
Forward Voltage
VF
Reverse Current
IR
Output
Po
Peak Emitted Wavelength
λp
Spectrum Half Bandwidth
Δλ
Half Value Angle
Δθ
PR521 Product Specifications
Units
mA
V
mW
ºC
ºC
ºC
Conditions
IF=50mA
VR=5V
IF = 20 mA
IF = 20 mA
IF = 20 mA
-
Remarks
Within 5 sec.
Min.
2.4
4-5
Standard
1.2
940
50
±20
Max.
1.5
10
4.8
-
Units
V
uA
mV
nm
nm
deg
Phototransistor
Absolute Maximum Rating (at 25°C)
Item
Voltage Between Collector and Emitter
Voltage Between Emitter and Collector
Collector Current
Collector Loss
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Soldering Temperature
Symbols
Vceo
Veco
IC
Pc
Topr.
Tstg.
Tsol.
Rated Values
30
5
20
75
-25 to +85
-30 to +85
260
Units
V
V
mA
mW
ºC
ºC
ºC
Electrical Characteristics (at 25°C)
Item
Symbols
Conditions
Optical Current
Icel
Vce=5V,Ev=1000Lux *1
Dark Current
Iceo
Vce=10V
Peak Sensitivity Wavelength
λp
Spectral Sensitivity
λ
Cut Off 10%
Saturation Voltage Between
Vce(sat) Ic=0.1mA,Ev=1000Lux *1
Collector and Emitter
Half Value Angle
Δθ
*1 Color temperature = 2856K with a standard tungsten bulb
PR521 Product Specifications
4-6
Remarks
Within 5 sec.
Min.
1.1
870
-
Standard
960
0.2
Max.
3.5
0.1
1100
0.4
Units
mA
uA
mV
nm
V
-
±20
-
deg
4-4
Presenter Motor General Specifications
Serial Number: Rated Voltage: Ambient Voltage Range: Peak Current: Average Current: Mabuchi Motor FK-180SH
24.0 V
21.6 V to 26.4 V (24.0 V ±10%)
Approximately 1.0 A (24 VDC, 25°C)
Approximately 0.2 A (24 VDC, 25°C, including at startup.)
Current
Time (T)
(A)
Ambient Temperature Range: No Load Current: No Load Revolutions: Rated Output Current: Rated Load Rotations: Rotation Direction: -15ºC to +60ºC
30 mA or less
6600 ± 850 rpm
110 mA or less
5000 ± 650 rpm
Discharge CW
(Clockwise direction when looking from the motor output shaft.)
Recovery CCW (Counterclockwise when looking from the motor
output shaft.)
DC Motor Drive:
Brake Control: Speed Control Method: None
Drive and Control: Voltage (24.0 V) is applied to the DC motor
when stopped to start it.
Short the terminal to stop. Shorting time: 200 ms
Paper Discharge Speed: 300 mm/sec (Reference Value)
Note
1.
The paper discharge speed above is a general value that reflects the use of Star recommended paper (thickness 65 μm) in an ambient temperature of 25ºC, and when the receipt
length is 75 mm. Refer to the TUP500 Series Product Specifications for details on recommended paper.
2.
The paper discharge speed will vary according to the ambient environment (humidity,
temperature, voltage fluctuations, and the like) and the type of paper you use. Confirm
operations under your own operating environment for proper use.
PR521 Product Specifications
4-7
4-5 Connectors
4-5-1 Paper Detector and Motor Connector
㻯㼛㼚㼚㼑㼏㼠㼛㼞㻌㻝
Presenter Relay Board
+
㻯㼛㼚㼚㼑㼏㼠㼛㼞㻌㻞
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
DC Motor
-
㻯㼛㼚㼚㼑㼏㼠㼛㼞㻌㻞
Pin 8 GND
Bk
Pin 7 Detector 3 Signals
Bk
Pin 6 Motor (+)
Bk
Pin 6 Motor (-)
Bk
Sensor PCB
4
3
3
2
2
5
1
1
Bk
4
Pin 3 GND
Bk
Pin 2 Sensor 1 Detection Signals
㻿㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞㻌㻞
Sensor PCB
㻿㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞㻌㻟
330Ω
7
6
Pin 4 Detector 2 Signals
4
8
3
Bk
2
White
Pin 1 +3.3 V
1
220Ω
350mm
Sensor PCB
100Ω
㻿㼑㼚㼟㼛㼞㻌㻝
Sensors
Sensor
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor Method
Reflective Type
Transmissive Type
PR521 Product Specifications
Manufacturer
SHARP
Manufacturer Number
GP2S40J
Infrared Ray Emitter Diode
KODENSHI
EL333F1
Phototransistor
KODENSHI
ST-333R4F1
4-8
Connectors
Connectors
Connector 1
Connector 2
4-5-2
Manufacturer
JST
Model
S8B-PH-K-S (Side
Type)
PHR-8 (Housing)
JST
Other party supporting connector
PHR-8 (Housing)
S8B-PH-K-S (Side Type)
(Post standard with base)
B8B-PH-K-S (Top Type)
(Post standard with base)
S8B-PH-KL (Side Type)
(Post low-fitting type with base)
B8B-PH-KL (Top Type)
(Post low-fitting type with base)
S8B-PH-SM3-TB (Side Type)
(Post with surface mount type: Has
support bracket)
B8B-PH-SM3-TB (Top Type)
(Post with surface mount type: Has
support bracket)
Example Circuit
VM
7
TA 8428K
+
VC C
IN 1
IN 2
47U _35V
GN D
NC
0.1U
8
2
4
7
0R _2125 3
B 8B -P H -K -S
VC C
MM+
GN D
SIG 1
SIG 2
SIG 3
GN D
M-G N D
**R
V D D : 3.3V
4.7K
PR S1
1
5
6
M-G N D
100K
V D D : 3.3V
10K
PR S0
3
O U TA 5
O U TA B
6
P R M1
P R M2
1
2
4
330
330
V D D : 3.3V
**R
0.022U
100
V R _47K
**R
V D D : 3.3V
4.7K
PR S2
12K _F
0.022U
**R
* * V R _47K
**R
V D D : 3.3V
4.7K
PR S3
0.022U
12K _F
**R
* * V R _47K
Notes
1.
Components marked with two asterisks mean they are not yet mounted.
2.
We recommend providing an adjustment mechanism for sensor output in consideration
of the ambient environment, and paper type, as well as degraded sensitivity caused by
individual sensor sensitivity differences and changes that can occur over time. PR521 Product Specifications
4-9
5. EXTERNAL SPECIFICATIONS
(1)
External Dimensions
See Fig. 5-1
(2)
Weight:
298 ±10g (Does not include accessories)
(3)
External View
Arrangement of Main Components, Paper Position, Mounting Position of the Snout Option
See Fig. 5-2
PR521 Product Specifications
5-1
(Paper Discharge Outlet)
Mounting Screw to TMP500
Fig. 5-1 External Dimensions View
PR521 Product Specifications
5-2
(Paper Discharge Outlet)
Oblong Hole for Positioning
For Option Mounting
Screw Depth Less than 4
Hole for Positioning
DC Motor
Sensor 3
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Fig. 5-2 External View (Arrangement of Main Components, Paper Position, Mounting Position of the Snout Option)
PR521 Product Specifications
5-3
6. AMBIENT SPECIFICATIONS
(1) During Operation
Specifications
Temperature:
Humidity:
0ºC to 50ºC
10% to 80% RH (No condensation)
However, assumes 80% RH at 34ºC.
80
34°C 80% RH
R e la tive H u m idity (% )
70
40°C 58% RH
60
50
50°C 35% RH
40
30
20
10
0
0
5
10
20
30
40
50
A m bie n t Te m pe ra ture (°C)
G u a ra n te e d Printing Range
and
Guaranteed Operation Range
(2) At Storage
Specifications (With specified packaging)
Temperature:
-20ºC to 60ºC
Humidity:
10% to 90% (No condensation)
However, the combination of 40°C and 90% RH
(no condensation) is considered the worst value regarding
high temperatures and humidity.
PR521 Product Specifications
6-1
7. RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Life
Presenter Mechanism: 1 million receipts
Note
1.
If the recommended paper is not used, the life of the printer cannot be guaranteed. Always use the recommended paper types. Refer to the TUP500 Series Product Specifications for details on recommended paper.
2.
This life is guaranteed when the receipt length is 100 mm or less.
(2) Vibrations/Shocks from Drops (In the order of drop, vibrations)
(1) Drop Shock Test
Height of Drop:
1 angle; 3 corners; 85 cm
6 surfaces: 100 cm
Direction of Drop:
1 angle; 3 corners; 6 surfaces
Number of Drops:
Once each time (total of 10 drops)
Packed Status: Minimum Packing Status
(2) Vibration Test
Vibration Direction: XYZ
Vibration Frequency:
10Hz to 55Hz to 10Hz
Cycles:
1 minute
Vibration Acceleration Speed: 0.3 to 9.3 G
Printing Time:
One Direction Two Hours (Total Six Hours)
Packed Status:
Minimum Packing Status
Total Vibration Width:
Constant at 1.54 mm
PR521 Product Specifications
7-1
8. MOUNTING THE PRESENTER PR521
1. Opening the Package:
Check that all of the accessories are included.
M3x5 screws (5)
(2 for loop guide, 1 for stopper, 2 for ground wire)
Ground wire
Stopper
Weight bar
Loop guide
M3x4 (2)
(For mounting presenter)
Mechanism
2. Mounting Procedures:
2-1 Mounting the Stopper
Using the M3x5 screw, secure the stopper
onto the presenter.
Stopper
Screw
Mechanism
2-2 Mounting the Presenter
1. Lay the release lever on the mechanism
side down and open the mechanism platen
holder toward the direction of the arrow.
Release
lever
Platen holder
2.
Position the screw holes as shown on the right,
and place the mechanism on top of the presenter.
Presenter
Screw
3.
Using the two M3x4 screws, secure the presenter
onto the mechanism.
Mechanism
Presenter
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
8-1
4.
Raise the secured presenter to close in the
direction of the arrow until it clicks into place.
Mechanism
Presenter
5.
Mechanism
Using the two M3x5 screws, attach the ground wire
to the mechanism and the presenter.
Loop guide
6.
If the loop guide is necessary, use the two M3x5 screws
to mount the loop guide to the mechanism.
Screw
For details on how to use the loop guide,
see section 3-3 in the TUP500 Series Product
Specifications.
Presenter
Ground wire
7.
8.
Place the mechanism so that the paper outlet
faces up (see the diagram on the right).
Using a screwdriver, momentarily loosen the magnet
retaining screws (M2-6) at both ends.
9.
The magnet will fall to a position where there is no
gap to the mechanism. In this state, retighten the
magnet retaining screws (M2-6).
Screw
Screw
Magnet retaining
screws
Magnet
If the weight bar is not to be used, keep it in a safe place where it will not be lost.
For details on how to mount and use the weight bar, see section 3-3 in the TUP500 Series Product Specifications.
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
8-2
9. ATTACHING THE WEIGHT BAR AND ADJUSTING THE LOOP GUIDE
In order to have a Stable Paper Feed, it may be necessary to attached the Weight Bar and adjust the Loop Guide.
● Paper Thickness: Minimum 0.065 to Maximum 0.11 mm.
1) The Weight Bar is not used.
2) It is possible, due to sudden environmental changes, that a deformation of the Loop Guide may occur
(see Fig. 3), to remove the deformation, reposition the Loop Guide by:
1. Loosening the retaining screw next to position A (Fig. 4).
2. Move the Loop Guide in the direction of the arrow (Fig. 4).
Tighten the retaining screw while ensuring the deformation has been removed.
Note: If the paper we recommend (refer to the TUP500 Series Product Specifications) is not
used, or depending on use environment, it may be necessary to attach the Weight Bar to
position #1 or #2 (Fig. 2).
● Paper Thickness: Minimum 0.11 to Maximum 0.15 mm.
1) Use the two hooks at the left and right of position #1 to secure the Weight Bar in place (Fig. 2).
2) Remove the Loop Guide (and store it for use) by removing the two retaining screw fs (Fig. 4).
Notes
1.
If the paper we recommend (refer to the TUP500 Series Product Specifications) is not
used, or depending on use environment, the Weight Bar may be adjusted to Position #2
(Fig. 2).
2.
The Loop Guide is not used, so store it in a safe place where it will not be lost.
Loop Guide
Position #2
Weight Bar
Position #1
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Shaft Hooks
Loop Guide Screw
rm
at
io
n
Screw Position A
De
fo
Cutter
Loop Guide
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
9-1
10.RECOVERING FROM ERRORS (PAPER JAMS)
Follow the directions below to remove jammed paper from paper jams from which recovery is impossible. Always check
that the power has been turned OFF before starting your work.
Procedures
1. Turn knob in the clockwise or counterclockwise directions.
2. Remove the jammed paper from wherever it is easy to remove. (Paper feed inlet, discharge
outlet, or bottom space)
Note Do not forcefully pull on jammed paper or hit with tools. This can damage the components making it impossible to convey paper, and can damage
the parts of the device.
Jammed Paper
Paper Inlet
Paper Discharge Outlet
Knob
Remove Jammed Paper From Bottom Space
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
10-1
11.PRECAUTIONS REGARDING OUTER COVER DESIGNS
(1) Precautions for Designing the Casing for the Presenter Discharge Unit
Consider the following points when designing the casing to prevent jams at the presenter discharge outlet.
1.
2.
The gap at *1 in Fig. 11-1 should be 1 mm or less so that recording paper does not enter
between the presenter unit and the case.
The dimensions of *2 in Fig. 11-1 must be larger than the presenter discharge outlet (2 mm),
but it should be small enough that it does not block the paper discharge outlet.
Notes
1.
If it is too large, light disturbance (such as the sun and the like) from the recording paper
outlet can cause the paper detection sensor to mis-operate. Do not make it too large.
2.
If it is too small, the curled leading edge of the paper can get caught on the seams and
become jammed. Use the proper shape for the paper such as using a tapered connection.
3.
4.
The casing for the recording paper outlet should have a shape as *3 in Fig. 11-1 so that coins
and clips do not fall into the casing.
Consider the sheet length for *4 in Fig. 11-1. The protruding length from the discharge outlet when using the shortest length (75) of PR500
is approximately 50 mm (for reference).
Fig. 11-1
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
11-1
(2) Precautions for storage space designs when recovering recording paper
Storage space for the recovery of recording paper should consider the length and the thickness of the recording paper,
and give adequate space. The depth of the storage space is recommended to ensure approximately 100 mm or more.
(See Fig. 11-2.)
Have Adequate Space
Storage Space
Depth: Approx. 100 mm or more
Fig. 11-2
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
11-2
12.MAINTENANCE
Perform the following maintenance periodically.
• Maintenance Period: • Maintenance Locations: • Maintenance Items: Every 3 months or after 2 million receipts
(1) Detectors and the Surrounding Areas (2) PF Roller
(1) Clean away and paper dust or dirt and dust adhering to the
detectors in the presenter.
• Use a soft, dry cotton cloth, swab or brush to clean.
Also, do not apply excessive force when doing so. (2) Clean away and paper dust or dirt and dust adhering to
the PF roller.
When cleaning, use a soft cloth dampened with an alcohol-based
solvent (ethanol/methanol)
Turn the knob to rotate the PF roller and wipe as you turn it.
• Completely clean away and dust and dirt adhering to the rubber.
Notes
1.
When performing maintenance on the printer mechanism, always check that the power
has been turned OFF before starting your work.
2.
The receipt count for the period of maintenance considered a length of 100 mm or less.
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
12-1
13.HANDLING THE PRESENTER
13-1 Precautions for Handling
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Do not store or use the printer in locations that are dusty, oily or exposed to metallic dust.
Do not apply an unreasonable amount of force on the body.
(This can disfigure the frame and lead to the printer not functioning properly.)
Avoid sudden changes even if the ambient temperature and humidity are within standard
conditions.
Allow the printer to sit in its new environment for at least 30 minutes before use in the event
there has been a sudden change.
Do not use the printer in an environment where condensation has formed. If condensation does
form, absolutely do no turn ON the power until it has evaporated.
Set the angle of the presenter to ±3º as shown in Fig. 13.
Paper conveyance and life cannot be guaranteed if you use recording paper other than what
has been recommended.
Be careful not to allow foreign objects to adhere to the recording paper.
Do not apply excessive force to the cable connectors.
When closing the presenter from an open state, check that it has been correctly locked by the
locking mechanism before operation.
13-2 Precautions Concerning Safety
1.
2.
3.
4.
Absolutely never touch the motor surface after operation directly with your hands because it is
extremely hot.
Do not touch the gears or rotating parts while the presenter unit is operating.
Be very careful because there is the possibility of injury by handling the edges of the presenter
(particularly the metal parts).
When performing maintenance on the printer mechanism, always check that the power has
been turned OFF before starting your work.
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
13-1
Max. 3º
Max. 3º
Fig. 13
TBD500 Series Product Specifications
13-2
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