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PIXMA iP5200

PIXMA iP5200R

SERVICE

MANUAL

Canon

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Copyright © 2005 by Canon Inc.

CANON INC.

Inkjet Device Quality Assurance Div. 2

451, Tsukagoshi 3-chome, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-8530, Japan

I. MANUAL OUTLINE

This manual consists of the following three parts to provide information necessary to service the PIXMA iP5200:

Part 1: Maintenance

Information on maintenance and troubleshooting of the PIXMA iP5200

Part 2: Technical Reference

New technology and technical information such as FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) of the PIXMA iP5200

Part 3: Appendix

Block diagrams and pin layouts of the PIXMA iP5200

Reference:

This manual does not provide sufficient information for disassembly and reassembly procedures.

Refer to the graphics in the separate Parts Catalog.

II. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: MAINTENANCE

1. MAINTENANCE

1-1. Adjustment, Periodic Maintenance, Periodic Replacement Parts, and Replacement Consumables by

Service Engineer

1-2. Customer Maintenance

1-3. Product Life

1-4. Special Tools

1-5. Serial Number Location

2. LIST OF ERROR DISPLAY / INDICATION

2-1. Operator Call Errors

2-2. Service Call Errors

2-3. Warnings

2-4. Troubleshooting by Symptom

3. REPAIR

3-1. Notes on Service Part Replacement (and Disassembling / Reassembling)

3-2. Special Notes on Repair Servicing

3-3. Adjustment / Settings

(1) Paper feed motor adjustment

(2) Grease application

(3) Waste ink counter setting

(4) User mode

(5) Service mode

Destination settings

LF correction

3-4. Verification Items

(1) Service test print

(2) EEPROM information print

4. PRINTER TRANSPORTATION

 

Part 2: TECHNICAL REFERENCE

1. NEW TECHNOLOGIES

2. CLEANING MODE AND AMOUNT OF INK PURGED

3. PRINT MODE

4. FAQ (Problems Specific to the iP5200 and Corrective Actions)

 

Part 3: APPENDIX

1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

2. CONNECTOR LOCATION AND PIN LAYOUT

2-1. Logic Board Ass'y

2-2. Carriage Board (Print Head Connector)

PIXMA iP5200 Specifications

Part 1

MAINTENANCE

1. MAINTENANCE

1-1. Adjustment, Periodic Maintenance, Periodic Replacement Parts, and

Replacement Consumables by Service Engineer

(1) Adjustment

Adjustment

Grease application

Timing

- At carriage unit replacement

- At PR shaft ass'y replacement

- At CL base / gear replacement

Ink system function check

- At logic board replacement

- At platen unit replacement

- At carriage unit replacement

Purpose Tool

Destination settings

(EEPROM settings)

At logic board replacement To set the destination.

None.

Perform in the service mode.

Waste ink counter resetting

(EEPROM settings)

- At logic board replacement

- At waste ink absorber replacement

To reset the waste ink counter. None.

Perform in the service mode.

Paper feed motor position adjustment

CD / DVD detection sensor light volume correction

*1

At paper feed motor replacement

To adjust the belt tension.

(Position the paper feed motor so that the belt is stretched tight.)

None.

- At logic board replacement

- At carriage unit replacement

To correct the light volume for the CD / DVD detection sensor.

None.

Perform in the service mode.

LF correction

- At feed roller replacement

- At logic board replacement

Approx. time

1 min.

1 min.

5 min.

2 min.

- To maintain sliding properties of the carriage shaft and the lift cam shaft.

- To protect the printer's sliding portions (gears).

FLOIL KG-107A 1 min.

1 min.

To maintain detection functionality for presence of the ink tanks and each ink tank position.

None.

Perform in the service mode.

To correct the line feed accuracy

None.

Perform in the service mode.

3 min.

 

 

Note: DO NOT loosen the red screws at both ends of the carriage shaft, securing the print head position, as they are not re-adjustable.

The red screws securing the paper feed motor may be loosened only at replacement of the paper feed motor unit.

*1: Only for CD / DVD printing supported regions.

(2) Periodic maintenance

No periodic maintenance is necessary.

(3) Periodic replacement parts

There are no parts in this printer that require periodic replacement by a service engineer.

(4) Replacement consumables

There are no consumables that require replacement by a service engineer.

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1-2. Customer Maintenance

Adjustment

Print head alignment

Print head cleaning

Timing

At print head replacement.

When print quality is not satisfying.

Purpose

To ensure accurate dot placement.

To improve nozzle conditions.

Tool

Approx. time

- Printer buttons

- Computer

(automatic settings via the printer driver)

3 min.

- Printer buttons

- Computer (settings via the printer driver)

1 min.

Computer (settings via the printer driver)

2 min.

----1 min.

Print head deep cleaning

When print quality is not satisfying, and not improved by print head cleaning.

To improve nozzle conditions.

Ink tank replacement

When an ink tank becomes empty. ("No ink error" via the computer, or ink tank LED flashing fast in red)

Paper feed roller cleaning

When necessary

-----

To clean the paper feed rollers.

Printer buttons 2 min.

CD / DVD print position adjustment

Bottom plate cleaning

At CD / DVD printing, when necessary

When the back side of the paper is smeared

ASF sub- roller cleaning

When the paper fed from the

ASF is smeared due to ink mist attached to the ASF subrollers.

To correct CD / DVD print position.

Computer

(application software)

5 min.

To clean the platen ribs.

- Plain paper

- Computer (settings via the printer driver)

1 min.

To clean the ASF subrollers.

- Plain paper

- Printer buttons

[See Part 2, 4. FAQ,

How to make and set the ASF subroller cleaning sheet, for details]

1 min.

 

 

1-3. Product Life

(1) Printer

Specified print volume (I) or the years of use (II), whichever comes first.

(I) Print volume : 18,000 pages

Black 8,300 pages 1,500 character pattern

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Color

A4, 7.5% duty per color pattern

A4, photo, borderless printing

4 x 6, photo, borderless printing

Postcard, photo, borderless printing

(II) Years of use

         5 years of use

(2) Print head

Print volume : 18,000 pages

Black

Color

1,500 character pattern

A4, 7.5% duty per color pattern

A4, photo, borderless printing

4 x 6, photo, borderless printing

Postcard, photo, borderless printing

(3) Ink tank (target value)

5,400 pages

400 pages

3,200 pages

700 pages

8,300 pages

5,400 pages

400 pages

3,200 pages

700 pages

Pattern

Black text

Ink tank used

PGI-5BK

Print yield

Approx. 800 pages

Color chart

Photo chart

PGI-5BK

CLI-8Y

CLI-8M

CLI-8C

CLI-8BK

CLI-8Y

CLI-8M

Approx. 1,250 pages

Approx. 480 pages

Approx. 500 pages

Approx. 710 pages

Approx. 1,100 pages

Approx. 280 pages

Approx. 250 pages

CLI-8C Approx. 390 pages

 

 

Black text: When printing the Canon standard pattern (1,500 characters per page) on A4 size plain paper, with the default settings in the Windows XP driver, using Word 2003.

Color chart: When printing the ISO/JIS-SCID N5 pattern on A4 size plain paper in bordered printing, with the default settings in the Windows XP driver, using Photoshop 7.0.

Photo chart: When printing the Canon standard pattern on 4" x 6" Photo Paper Plus Glossy in borderless printing, with the default settings in the Windows XP driver, using Windows XP

Photo Printing Wizard.

The print yield in the table above is an average value measured in continuous printing, using the ink tank

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immediately after it is unsealed, until the ink is out. Ink yield may vary depending on texts and photos printed, application software, print mode, and type of paper used.

1-4. Special Tools

Name

Grease FLOIL

KG-107A

Tool No.

Application Remarks

QY9-0057-000 To be applied to the sliding portions of the carriage shaft and lift cam shaft.

In common with the S500 and

S520.

 

1-5. Serial Number Location

On the carriage flexible cable holder (visible on the right of the carriage after the printer is turned on, the access cover is opened, and the carriage moves to the center).

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2. LIST OF ERROR DISPLAY / INDICATION

Errors are indicated by the LED, and warnings are displayed on the monitor of the computer connected to the printer.

2-1. Operator Call Errors (by Alarm LED Blinking in Orange)

Alarm

LED blinking in orange

Error [Error code]

2 times

No paper. (ASF) [1000]

Solution

No CD / DVD tray. [1001]

*1

Set the paper in the ASF, and press the

Resume/Cancel button.

Set the CD / DVD tray, and press the

Resume/Cancel button.

Remarks

No paper in the cassette.

[1003]

(No paper in the front paper feed cassette.)

Set the paper in the cassette, and press the Resume/Cancel button.

No CD / DVD disc. [1002]

*1

Set a CD or DVD in the CD / DVD tray

(which is ejected at error occurrence), and insert the CD / DVD tray in the proper position. Then, press the

Resume/Cancel button.

3 times

4 times

Paper jam. [1300]

Paper jam in the rear guide.

[1303]

Paper jam in the under guide.

[1304]

Remove the jammed paper, and press the Resume/Cancel button.

Front door close error. [1250] Open the paper output tray.

No ink. [1600] Replace the empty ink tank(s), or press the Resume/Cancel button.

Error in paper feeding from the

ASF.

Error in the duplex printing unit.

Error in paper feeding from the cassette.

The error is indicated if the paper output tray is closed at start of a print job, or while a print job is being performed.

Pressing the

Resume/Cancel button will exit the error without ink tank replacement, however, ink may run out during printing.

Ink tank not installed. [1660] Install the applicable ink tank(s) properly, and confirm that the LED's of all the ink tanks light red.

5 times The print head is not installed , or it is not properly installed.

Install the print head properly.

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6 times

[1401]

 

Print head temperature sensor error [1403]

 

Faulty EEPROM data of the print head [1405]

Inner cover open. [1841]

*2 Close the inner cover, and press the

Resume/Cancel button.

Inner cover open during printing on paper. [1846]

*2

Inner cover open (print continuable). [1851]

*1

Close the inner cover, and press the

Resume/Cancel button to clear the error. The paper being printed at error occurrence will be ejected without printing the remaining data for the ejected paper, then printing will resume from the next page.

Close the inner cover, and press the

Resume/Cancel button.

7 times

Inner cover open during printing on paper (print NOT continuable). [1856]

*1

Inner cover closed during CD /

DVD printing (print continuable). [1850]

*1

Inner cover closed during CD /

DVD printing (print NOT continuable). [1855]

*1

Multiple ink tanks of the same color installed. [1681]

Close the inner cover, and press the

Resume/Cancel button to clear the error. The paper being printed at error occurrence will be ejected without printing the remaining data for the ejected paper, then printing will resume from the next page.

Open the inner cover which functions as the CD / DVD tray feeder, set the

CD / DVD tray in the feeder, and press the Resume/Cancel button.

Open the inner cover, and press the

Resume/Cancel button to clear the error. The CD or DVD being printed at error occurrence will be ejected without printing the remaining data for the ejected CD or DVD, then the next print job will be done.

Replace the wrong ink tank(s) with the correct one(s).

Ink tank in a wrong position.

[1680]

8 times Warning: The waste ink absorber becomes almost full.

[1700]

9 times The connected digital camera or digital video camera does not support Camera Direct

Printing. [2001]

Install the ink tank(s) in the correct position.

Pressing the Resume/Cancel button will exit the error, and enable printing.

Remove the cable between the camera and the printer.

The service call error, indicating the waste ink absorber is full, is likely to occur soon.

10 times Automatic duplex printing cannot be performed. [1310]

The size of paper may not be compatible with automatic duplex printing. Press the Resume/Cancel

Data which was to be printed on the back side of

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11 times

Failed in automatic print head alignment. [2500] button to eject the paper being used at error occurrence. Printing will resume from on the front side of the next page.

paper at error occurrence is skipped (not printed).

Press the Resume/Cancel button.

- If paper is being fed at error occurrence, the error is indicated after the paper is ejected.

- If the error occurs, the print head alignment values are not changed.

- After exit from the error by the

Resume/Cancel button, the automatic print head alignment will not be redone.

The error is indicated when the pattern is not printed due to no ink or nonejection of ink, or when the sensor's AD value is incorrect.

13 times

The remaining ink amount unknown. [1683]

An ink tank which has once been empty is installed. Replace the applicable ink tank with a new one.

Printing with a once-empty or refilled ink tank can damage the print head.

If printing is continued without replacing the "nogood" ink tank, press the

Resume/Cancel button for 5 sec. or longer to record the use of a refilled ink tank.

Note:

14 times

Ink tank not recognized. [1684] A non-supported ink tank is installed

(the ink tank LED is turned off). Install the supported ink tanks.

15 times

Ink tank not recognized. [1410 to 1419]

An error occurred in an ink tank (the ink tank LED is turned off). Replace the ink tank(s).

No blinking

Access cover open. [1200] Close the access cover.

After the above operation, the function to detect the remaining ink amount is disabled.

*1: Only for models supporting CD / DVD printing

*2: Only for models not supporting CD / DVD printing

 

 

2-2. Service Call Errors (by Cyclic Blinking in Orange (Alarm LED) and Green

(Power LED), or Alarm LED Lit in Orange)

Cycles of blinking in orange (Alarm

LED) and green (Power

Error [Error code]

Solution

(Replacement of listed parts, which are likely to be faulty)

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LED)

2 times

3 times

4 times

5 times

6 times

7 times

8 times

9 times

11 times

12 times

13 times

14 times

15 times

16 times

17 times

19 times

20 times

Carriage error [5100]

Line feed error [6000]

Purge cam sensor error

[5C00]

- Carriage unit (QM2-2251)

- Timing slit strip film (QC1-6526)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Carriage motor (QK1-1500)

- Timing sensor unit (QM2-2683)

- Timing slit disk film (QC1-6229)

- Feed roller ass'y (QL2-0950)

- Platen unit (QM2-2248)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- PAPER FEED MOTOR (QK1-1502)

- Purge unit (QM2-2252)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

ASF (cam) sensor error

[5700]

Internal temperature error

[5400]

Waste ink absorber full

[5B00]

- Sheet feed unit (QM2-2278)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

- Ink absorber kit (QY5-0152)

*1

Print head temperature rise error [5200]

- Print head (QY6-0059)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

EEPROM error [6800]

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

Carriage lift mechanism error [5110]

AP position error [6A00]

Paper feed position error

[6B00]

- PR lift shaft ass'y (QL2-0936)

- Sheet feed unit (QM2-2278)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Carriage lift sensor unit (QM2-2678)

- Sheet feed unit (QM2-2278)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Purge unit (QM2-2252)

- Sheet feed unit (QM2-2278)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

Paper feed cam sensor error [6B10]

- Sheet feed unit (QM2-2278)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

USB Host Vbus over current [9000]

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

Valve sensor error [6C00]

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Purge unit (QM2-2252)

Motor driver error [6D00]

Ink tank position sensor error [6502]

Other hardware error

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Platen unit (QM2-2248)

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

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Continuous alternate blinking

[6500]

ROM error

Alarm LED lit RAM error

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

- Logic board ass'y (QM2-2733)

*1

*1: Before replacement of the logic board ass'y, check the waste ink amount (by service test print or

EEPROM information print). If the waste ink amount is 7% or more, also replace the ink absorber kit

(QY5-0152) when replacing the logic board ass'y.

[See Section 3-3. Adjustment / Settings, (5) Service mode, for details.]

2-3. Warnings

Printer (no LED indications):

Low ink

Displayed warning

Print head temperature rise

Remarks

- Status monitor indication.

- The ink tank lamp flashes slowly (at about a second interval).

If the print head temperature is high when the access cover is opened, the warning is displayed

*1

.

When the print head temperature falls, the warning is released.

Protection of excess rise of the print head temperature

If the print head temperature exceeds the specified limit, a Wait is inserted during printing,

*1: If the warning is displayed, the carriage does not move to the ink tank replacement position when the access cover is opened.

2-4. Troubleshooting by Symptom

Symptom

The power does not turn on.

The power turns off immediately after power-on.

Solution

Replace the

- AC adapter, or

- logic board ass'y

*1

.

Faulty operation

A strange noise occurs.

Paper feed problems

Printing stops mid-way.

Multiple sheets feed.

Paper does not feed.

Paper feeds at an angle.

Remove foreign material, or attach a removed part if any.

Replace the logic board ass'y

*1

.

Replace the

- sheet feed unit, or

- cassette.

Remove foreign material, or replace the

- sheet feed unit, or

- cassette.

Remove foreign material, adjust the paper guide, or replace the

Remarks

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- sheet feed unit, or

- cassette.

No printing, or no color ejected. Replace the

- ink tank,

- print head

*2

, or

- logic board ass'y

*1

, remove foreign material from the purge unit caps, if any, or replace the purge unit.

Printing is faint, or white lines appear on printouts even after print head cleaning.

Line(s) not included in the print data appears on printouts.

Remove and re-install the print head, or replace the

- ink tank,

- print head

*2

,

- purge unit, or

- logic board ass'y

*1

.

Paper gets smeared.

A part of a line is missing on printouts.

Feed several sheets of paper, perform bottom plate cleaning, clean the paper path with cotton swab or cloth, or clean the ASF sub-rollers.

Replace the

- ink tank, or

- print head

*2

.

Unsatisfactory print quality

Color hue is incorrect.

Replace the

- ink tank, or

- print head

*2

, or perform print head alignment.

Printing is incorrect.

Replace the logic board ass'y

*1

.

No ejection of black ink.

Graphic or text is enlarged on printouts.

Replace the

- ink tank, or

- print head

*2

, or remove foreign material from the purge unit caps, if any, or replace the purge unit.

When enlarged in the carriage movement direction, clean grease or oil off the timing slit strip film, or replace the

- timing slit strip film,

- carriage unit, or

- logic board ass'y

*1

.

When enlarged in the paper feed direction, clean grease or oil off the timing slit disk film, or replace the

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- timing slit disk film,

- timing sensor unit, or

- logic board ass'y

*1

.

Perform LF correction adjustment.

Uneven printing due to line feeding

*1: Before replacement of the logic board ass'y, check the waste ink amount (by service test print or

EEPROM information print). If the waste ink amount is 7% or more, also replace the ink absorber kit

(QY5-0152) when replacing the logic board ass'y.

[See Section 3-3. Adjustment / Settings, (5) Service mode, for details.]

*2: Replace the print head only after the print head deep cleaning is performed 2 times, and when the problem persists.

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3. REPAIR

3-1. Notes on Service Part Replacement (and Disassembling / Reassembling)

Service part

Logic board ass'y

QM2-2733

Ink absorber kit

QY5-0152

Carriage unit

QM2-2251

Paper feed motor

QK1-1502

Notes on replacement

*1

Adjustment / settings Operation check

- Before removal of the logic board ass'y, remove the power cord, and allow for approx. 1 minute (for discharge of capacitor's accumulated charges), to prevent damages to the logic board ass'y.

After replacement:

1. Initialize the EEPROM.

2. Reset the waste ink counter.

3. Set the destination in the EEPROM.

- Before replacement, check the waste ink amount (by service test print or EEPROM information print). If the waste ink amount is 7% or more, also replace the ink absorber kit when replacing the logic board ass'y.

4. Correct the CD / DVD and automatic print head alignment sensors.

5. Check the ink system function.

6. Perform the print head alignment in the user mode.

[See 3-3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode, for details.]

[See 3-3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode, for details of 1 to 5]

After replacement:

- EEPROM information print

- Service test print

- Printing via USB connection

- Direct printing from a digital camera

- Service test print

1. Reset the waste ink counter.

[See 3.3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode.]

- EEPROM information print

At replacement:

1. Apply grease to the sliding portions.

[See 3-3. Adjustment /

Settings, (2) Grease application.]

After replacement:

1. Correct the CD / DVD and automatic print head alignment sensors.

- Service test print

(Confirm CD / DVD and automatic print head alignment sensor correction, and ink system function.)

[See 3.3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode.]

2. Check the ink system function.

[See 3.3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode.]

3. Perform the print head alignment in the user mode.

- The red screws securing the paper feed motor are allowed to be loosened.

(DO NOT loosen any

At replacement:

1. Adjust the paper feed motor.

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Platen unit: QM2-

2248

Purge unit: QM2-

2252

Waste ink tube:

QC1-6458

Waste ink tube holder: QC1-6460

Platen unit

QM2-2248

PR lift shaft ass'y

QL2-0936

 

CL INPUT GEAR

QC1-6213

Timing slit strip film

QC1-6526

Timing slit disk film

QC1-6229 other red screws.) [See 3-3. Adjustment /

Settings, (1) Paper feed motor adjustment.]

- By attaching the tape at the specified 2 locations, secure the waste ink tube to the waste ink tube holder.

At replacement:

1. To protect the waste ink tube from being pinched when reassembling the printer unit chassis into the bottom case unit, tape the tube (at 2 locations).

[See 3-2. Special Notes on Repair Servicing, (3)

Printer unit and bottom case unit assembly.]

After the printer unit is assembled in the bottom case unit, the tube conditions are not visible. For confirmation of the tube conditions, perform the manual purging 3 or 4 times, and confirm that no strange noise is heard.

After replacement:

1. Check the ink system function.

[See 3-3. Adjustment /

Settings, (5) Service mode.]

- Service test print

- Service test print

- Upon contact with the film, wipe the film with ethanol.

- Confirm no grease is on the film. (Wipe off any grease thoroughly with ethanol.)

- Do not bend the film

At replacement:

1. Apply grease to the sliding portions.

[See 3.3. Adjustment /

Settings, (2) Grease application.]

After replacement:

1. Perform the print head alignment in the user mode.

- Service test print

Print head

QY6-0061

After replacement:

1. Perform the print head alignment in the user mode.

- Service test print

 

*1: General notes:

- Make sure that the flexible cables and wires in the harness are in the proper position and connected correctly.

[See 3-2. Special Notes on Repair Servicing, (2) Flexible cable and harness wiring, connection, for details.]

- Protect the waste ink tube from being pinched when assembling the printer unit chassis into the bottom case unit.

Since the tube conditions after assembly are not visible, perform the manual purging 3 or 4 times to confirm that no strange noise is heard.

[See 3-2. Special Notes on Repair Servicing, (3) Printer unit and bottom case unit assembly, for details.]

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- Do not drop the ferrite core, which may cause damage.

- Protect electrical parts from damage due to static electricity.

- Before removing a unit, after removing the power cord, allow the printer to sit for approx. 1 minute

(for capacitor discharging to protect the logic board ass'y from damages).

- Do not touch the timing slit strip film and timing slit disk film. No grease or abrasion is allowed.

- Protect the units from soiled with ink.

- Protect the housing from scratches.

- Exercise caution with the red screws, as follows: i. The red screws of the paper feed motor may be loosened only at replacement of the paper feed motor unit (DO NOT loosen them in other cases). ii. DO NOT loosen the red screws on both sides of the main chassis, securing the carriage shaft positioning (they are not adjustable in servicing).

 

 

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3-2. Special Notes on Repair Servicing

(1) External cover removal

 

(I) With your fingers at the points indicated by the blue circle, raise and slide the left and right side covers to remove them.

 

(II) Release the 2 hooks on the rear side of the printer (indicated by the blue circles).

 

(III) Slide the left and right panel cover units.

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(IV) Hold the left and right corners indicated by the blue circle, and lift the upper case to remove it.

Note: In removing or re-assembling the upper case, make sure not to damage the ink tank sensor and ink tank sensor cover.

Left side Right side

 

(2) Flexible cable and harness wiring, connection

Be careful of wiring of the flexible cables and harness. Improper wiring or connection may cause breakage of a line, leading to ignition or emission of smoke.

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Top view

Rear view

 

(I) Logic board ass'y wiring (1 of 2)

 

Logic board ass'y wiring (2 of 2)........Viewed from a different angle

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(II) Paper feed motor side wiring

           

 

 

(3) Printer unit and bottom case unit assembly

In assembling the printer unit chassis into the bottom case unit, be cautious of the following points to protect the waste ink tube from being pinched:

(I) At replacement of the platen unit (QM2-2248), purge unit (QM2-2252), waste ink tube (QC1-6458), or waste ink tube holder (QC1-6460), fix the waste ink tube to the printer chassis and waste ink tube holder with tape (at 2 locations).

If the tube is pinched and blocked, proper purging is prevented, resulting in ink leakage or strange noise.

(No specific tape is specified. In the sample photo below, (1) is the orange tape, and (2) is a clear adhesive tape, such as Sellotape or Scotch tape.)

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(II) After securing the waste ink tube with tape, be careful not to damage the tube in installing the printer unit chassis in the bottom case unit.

With the units assembled, the tube conditions are not visible. To confirm the tube is free from damage, perform the manual purging 3 or 4 times, and confirm that no strange noise is heard.

[Example: The tube is pinched and blocked as it is not fixed with tape.]

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3-3. Adjustment / Settings

(1) Paper feed motor adjustment

Perform the following adjustments when the paper feed motor unit is replaced:

1) When attaching the motor, fasten the screws so that the belt is properly stretched (in the direction indicated by the blue arrow in the figure below).

2) After replacement, be sure to perform the service test print, and confirm that no strange noise or faulty print operation (due to dislocation of the belt or gear, or out-of-phase motor, etc.) occurs.

Note: The red screws securing the paper feed motor may be loosened only at replacement of the paper feed motor unit. DO NOT loosen them in other cases.

 

 

(2) Grease application

1) Printer unit

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2) CL base / CL gear

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3) PR shaft / LF roller bushing

 

 

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(3) Waste ink counter setting

When the logic board ass'y is replaced, reset the waste ink counter. In addition, according to the waste ink amount, replace the waste ink absorber (ink absorber kit). The standard amount for waste ink absorber replacement is given in the table below.

Waste ink amount

*1

Less than 7%

Ink absorber kit replacement

Not required.

7% or more Required.

*1: Check the waste ink amount by service test print or EEPROM information print.

[See 3.3. Adjustment / Settings, (5) Service mode, for details.]

 

 

(4) User mode

Function

Print head manual cleaning

Procedures

- Cleaning both black and color:

See "Standalone printer operation" below.

- Cleaning black or color separately, or both black and color:

Perform from the printer driver

Maintenance tab.

Print head deep cleaning - Cleaning black or color separately, or both black and color:

Perform from the printer driver

Maintenance tab.

Paper feed roller cleaning

See "Standalone printer operation" below.

Nozzle check pattern printing

- See "Standalone printer operation" below.

- Perform from the printer driver

Maintenance tab.

 

Print head alignment - See "Standalone printer operation" below.

- Perform from the printer driver

Maintenance tab.

(Automatic head alignment, Manual head alignment)

Bottom plate cleaning Perform from the printer driver

Maintenance tab.

Remarks

In Custom Settings of the printer driver Maintenance tab, manual print head alignment (by selecting the optimum values) as with the conventional models can be performed.

Cleaning of the platen ribs when the back side of paper gets smeared.

Print head replacement The print head is replaceable at the same position as for ink tank replacement. (Open the access cover.

When the carriage stops at the center, the print head can be replaced.)

 

<Standalone printer operation>

1) Turn on the printer.

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2) Press and hold the Resume/Cancel button until the Power LED blinks in green the specified number of times listed in the table below, and release it. The operation starts.

Power LED blinking

1 time

Operation

Print head manual cleaning

2 times

3 times

4 times

Remarks

Nozzle check pattern printing

Paper feed roller cleaning

Set a sheet of plain paper (A4 or letter) in the ASF or the cassette (according to the Paper Feed switch setting).

Automatic print head alignment Set a sheet of plain paper (A4 or letter) in the ASF.

5 times Bottom plate cleaning

6 times Unspecified

7 times

8 times or more

The widest head-to-paper distance setting

Unspecified

Fold a sheet of plain paper (A4 or letter) in half crosswise, then unfold and set it in the ASF with the folded ridge facing down.

 

 

(5) Service mode

Function

Service test print

- Model name

- Destination

- ROM version

- USB serial number

- Waste ink amount

- CD / DVD sensor correction value

- Ink system function check result

- CD / DVD sensor correction result

Procedures

See "Service mode operation procedures" below.

EEPROM initialization See "Service mode operation procedures" below.

Remarks

Set a sheet of A4 or letter size paper.

For print sample, see 3-4. Verification

Items, (1) Service test print, <Service test print sample>.

Waste ink counter reset

See "Service mode operation procedures" below.

Destination settings See "Service mode operation procedures" below.

The following items are NOT initialized, and the shipment arrival flag is not on:

- USB serial number

- Destination settings

- Waste ink counter

- CD / DVD correction value

If the waste ink amount is 7% or more, replace the ink absorber kit.

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Note: At the end of the service mode, press the Power button. To protect the media sensor from being dislocated during transportation, the paper lifting plate of the sheet feeder unit will be raised.

 

 

<Service mode operation procedures>

1) With the printer power turned off, while pressing the Resume/Cancel button, press and hold the

Power button. (DO NOT release the buttons. The Power LED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.)

2) While holding the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button. (DO NOT release the Power button.)

3) While holding the Power button, press the Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and then release both the

Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and

Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green, starting with Alarm LED.)

4) When the Power LED lights in green, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time

(s) according to the function listed in the table below. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green, starting with Alarm LED.)

 

Time(s)

0 times

1 time

2 times

LED indication

Green (Power)

Function

Power off

Remarks

When the print head is not installed, the carriage returns and locks in the home position capped.

Orange (Alarm) Service test print See 3-4. Verification Items, (1) Service test print.

Green (Power) EEPROM information print

See 3-4. Verification Items, (2) EEPROM information print.

3 times Orange (Alarm) EEPROM initialization

4 times Green (Power) Waste ink counter resetting

5 times Orange (Alarm) Destination settings After entering the destination settings mode, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) to select the destination. For detail, see

"Destination settings procedures" below.

6 times Green (Power) Print head deep cleaning

7 times Orange (Alarm) LF correction

8 times Green (Power) CD / DVD check pattern print

9 times Orange (Alarm) CD / DVD print position correction

(horizontal: X direction)

(Cleaning of both black and color)

 

Not used in servicing.

Not used in servicing.

10 times Green (Power) CD / DVD print position correction

(vertical: Y direction)

Not used in servicing.

11 to 13 times

Orange, Green,

Orange

Return to the menu selection

(Alarm, Power,

Alarm)

14 times Green (Power) Left margin correction

Not used in servicing.

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15 times Orange (Alarm) Return to the menu selection

Note: If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 16 or more times, the Alarm or Power LED lights steadily without any changes.

 

 

<Destination settings procedures>

In the destination settings mode, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) according to the destination listed in the table below, and press the Power button.

Time(s) LED indication Destination

0 times Green (Power) No change of the destination

1 time Orange (Alarm) Japan

2 times Green (Power) Korea

3 times Orange (Alarm) US

4 times Green (Power) Europe

5 times Orange (Alarm) Australia

6 times Green (Power) Asia

7 times Orange (Alarm) China

8 times Green (Power) Taiwan

CD / DVD print

Supported

Not supported

Not supported

Supported

Supported

Supported

Supported

Supported

9 times Orange (Alarm) Return to the Destination setting mode

Note: After setting the destination, confirm the model name and destination in service test print or EEPROM information print.

[See 3.4. Verification Items, (1) Service test print, or (2) EEPROM information print.]

 

 

<LF correction procedures>

Purpose: After replacement of the feed roller ass’y or logic board ass’y in repair servicing or in rebox operation, adjust the line feeding in the same way as done at the production site.

Operation: Print the LF correction pattern, and select the Pattern No. from 0 to 2 which contains the least streaks or lines. Press theResume/Cancel button the same number of times as the selected Pattern No., and press the Power button. The LF correction will be done.

Procedures:

1) In the LF correction mode, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of times according to the paper to be used in LF correction listed in the table below, then press the Power button.

 

Time(s) Paper Type Paper name

1 time

2 times

3 times

4 times

High Resolution Paper

Plain paper

Canon HR-101

Canon PB Paper GF-500 (64g/m2)

Canon Office Planner

HP BrightWhite (90g/m2)

Canon Office (80g/m2)

Canon Extra (80g/m2)

STEINBEIS Vision Classic White

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Note:

- The High Resolution Paper is the most desirable for LF correction printing (Canon HR-101 is used at the production site), but 6 kinds of plain paper listed in the table above can also be used in LF correction. If plain paper other than the above is used, select any one of the paper types in this step, then select Pattern No. 0 (zero) in the step 3) below.

- Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately, alarm in orange and Power in green.

- If the Resume/Cancel button is NOT pressed, and only the Power button is pressed, the printer remains in the LF correction mode.

- If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 5 times or more, then the Power button is pressed, the printer returns to the service mode menu selection.

 

 

2) The LF correction pattern for the selected paper is printed.

LF correction pattern print sample:

 

 

3) In the printout, select the Pattern No. in which streaks or lines (white or black) are the least noticeable, press the Resume/Cancel button the same number of time(s) as the selected Pattern No., then press the Power button.

 

 

Pattern No.

1

0

2

Number of times the Resume/Cancel button is pressed

1

0

2

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Note:

- If plain paper other than the 6 kinds specified in the table in step 1) is used, select the

Pattern No. 0 (zero), leave the Resume/Cancel button untouched, and press the Power button.

- Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately, alarm in orange and Power in green.

- If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 3 times or more, then the Power button is pressed, the printer returns to the service mode menu selection.

 

                                        NG : streaks or lines (white or black)

 

4) The LF correction value is written to the EEPROM, and the printer returns to the service mode menu selection.

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The LF correction value (0, 1, or 2) can be confirmed in service test print or EEPROM information print.

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3-4. Verification Items

(1) Service test print

<EEPROM information contents>

On the service test print (sample below), confirm the EEPROM information as shown below. (The information is given in the upper portion of the printout.) iP5200: Model name

US: Destination

Vx.xx: ROM version

USB (xxxxxx): USB serial number

FA = xx xx xx: Reserved for plant use

D = xxx.x: Waste ink amount (%)

CDR (+xxxxx, +yyyyy): CD / DVD sensor position correction value

LF = (x): LF correction value

AB (K = OK Y = OK ...): Ink system check result

<Print check items>

On the service test print (sample below), confirm the following items:

- Check 1, top of form accuracy: The lines shall not extend off the paper.

- Check 2, EEPROM information

- Check 3, nozzle check pattern: Ink shall be ejected from all nozzles.

- Check 4, check pattern for uneven printing due to line feeding: There shall be no remarkable streaks or unevenness.

- Check 5, LF correction pattern: There should be no white line and black line.

- Check 6, check pattern for uneven printing due to carriage movement (9600 dpi mode):

There shall be no remarkable unevenness.

- Check 7, check pattern for uneven printing due to carriage movement (standard mode):

There shall be no remarkable unevenness.

- Check 8, CD / DVD sensor and automatic print head alignment sensor correction: The results shall be OK.

 

 

<Service test print sample>

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(2) EEPROM information print

<How to read EEPROM information print>

Print sample:

iP5200 US V1.01 IF(USB2=1) D=004.5 ST=2005/05/27-18:30

ER(ER0=1000 ER1=5100) LPT=2005/07/07-09:09

PC(M=002 R=000 T=001 D=009 C=008)

CLT(BK=2005/07/02-18:30 CL=2005/07/01-18:30)

CH=00002 CT(PBK=001 BK=010 Y=009 M=001 C=003) IS(PBK=0 BK=0 Y=0 M=0 C=0)

P_ON(S=00009) A_REG=1 M_REG=1

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UR(A(BKoe)=000 B(Coe)=000 C(Moe)=000 D(SCoe)=000 E(SMoe)=000 F(PBKoe)=000

G(CLbi)=000 H(SCLbi)=000 I(C-SC)=000 J(M-SM)=000 K(BK-CL)=000

L(BKbiPP)=000 M(CLbiPP)=000 N(SCLbiPP)=000 O(NZctr)=000 P(NZedge)=000

WP=0008 CDIN(LG=001 PB=000) MSD(005)

TPAGE=00085

PAGE(All=00083 PP=00035 HR+MP=00003 PR+SP+SG=00000 GP=00000 PC=00000 EV=00000)

UCPAGE(All=00083 PP=00035 HR+MP=00003 PR+SP+SG =00000 GP =00000 PC=00000

EV=00000)

BPPAGE(All=00083 BSSP=00003 PC=00000)

CDPAGE(All=000) EDGE=00083 L=00000 CDR=00000

CDRP=(-00005,-00029) CDRS=(190) LF=0 LM=(ASF_R:00 UT_F:00 UT_R:00)

Head TempBK=30.5 Head TempC=29.5 Env Temp=28.5 FF(A0 45 11)

HDEEPROM

V0001 SN=0318-A43D

LN(00000 00000 00001 00003 00001 00017 00015) ID=09

IL=(PBK=000 BK=000 Y=001 M=001 M2=001 C=000 C2=001)

Printed items:

1. Model name 2.Destination 3. ROM version 4. Connected I/F (USB2) 5. Waste ink amount 6.

Installation date

7. Operator call/service call error record 8. Last printing time

9. Purging count (manual/deep cleaning/timer/dot count/ink tank replacement)

10. Cleaning time (BK/CL)

11. Print head replacement count 12. Ink tank replacement count (PBK/BK/Y/M/C) 13. Ink status

(PBK/BK/Y/M/C)

14. Power-on count (soft) 15. Automatic print head alignment by user 16. Manual print head alignment by user

17. User print head alignment values (BKoe/Coe/Moe/SCoe/SMoe/PBKoe

/CLbi/SCLbi/C-SC/M-SM/BK-CL

/BKbiPP/CLbiPP/SCLbiPP/NZctr/NZedge)

18. Wiping count 19. Camera Direct Print-supported device connection record 20. Longest period where printing stops

21.Total feed pages

22. ASF feed pages (total, plain paper, High Resolution Paper & Matte Photo Paper,

         Photo Paper Pro & Photo Paper Plus Glossy & Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss, Glossy Photo Paper,

Postcard, Envelope)

23. U-turn cassette feed pages (total, plain paper, High Resolution Paper & Matte Photo Paper,

Photo Paper Pro & Photo Paper Plus Glossy & Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss, Glossy Photo Paper, postcard, envelope)

24. Auto duplex print pages (total, Photo Paper Plus Double Sided, postcard)

25. Camera Direct print pages (total) 26. Borderless print pages 27. L & 4x6 print pages 28. Number of CDs and DVDs printed

29. CD / DVD print position adjustment 30. CD / DVD sensor correction value 31.LF correction value

32. Left margin correction

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value (ASF back side, U-turn front side, U-turn back side)*1

33. Print head temperature (BK/CL) 34. Inside temperature 35. Line inspection information

*1: not used for servicing

 

HDEEPROM

36. Version 37. Serial number

38. Lot number 39. Print head ID

40. Ink ejection level (PBK, BK, Y, M, M2, C, C2)

 

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4. PRINTER TRANSPORTATION

This section describes the procedures for transporting the printer for returning after repair, etc.

1) In the service mode, press the Power button to finish the mode, and confirm that the paper lifting plate of the sheet feeder unit is raised.

2) Keep the print head and ink tanks installed in the carriage.

[See Caution 1 below.]

3) Turn off the printer to securely lock the carriage in the home position. (When the printer is turned off, the carriage is automatically locked in place.)

[See Caution 2 below.]

Caution:

(1) If the print head is removed from the printer and left alone by itself, ink (especially the pigment black ink) is likely to dry. For this reason, keep the print head installed in the printer even during transportation.

(2) Securely lock the carriage in the home position, to prevent the carriage from moving and applying stress to the carriage flexible cable, or causing ink leakage, during transportation.

Memo:

If the print head must be removed from the printer and transported alone, perform the following:

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Attach the protective cap (used when the packing was opened) to the print head (to protect the print head face from damage due to shocks).

 

 

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Part 2

TECHNICAL REFERENCE

1. NEW TECHNOLOGIES

(1) New ink tank system (PGI-5BK, CLI-8 series)

 

The PIXMA iP5200 utilizes a high-density print head through the FINE technologies, supporting 1 pl ultra-small ink droplets, to achieve the 9,600 dpi super-photo print quality. It is the premium photo printer offering high-speed and high quality premium photo printing with multi-paper path functionality.

The new ink tanks, PGI-5BK (pigment-based BK) and CLI-8 series (dye-based BK, C, M, and Y), have an LED to prevent wrong installation of the ink tanks, and allow users to recognize the remaining ink level with the ink tanks seated in the carriage.

(2) Premium photo printing

 

By the FINE technologies, 1 pl of ultra-fine ink droplet is adopted. The iP5200 provides excellent premium photo print quality without graininess at the maximum resolution of 9,600 dpi x 2,400 dpi

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.

*1: Printing at the minimum distance of 1/9600 inch between the dots.

(3) Print speed

 

Borderless 4" x 6" photo in approx. 36 seconds (using PP-101 with standard mode)

For reference: High-speed printing at 30 ppm in monochrome printing and 24 ppm in color printing have been achieved.

(4) New functionality in Direct Printing

 

Plain paper is now usable in Camera Direct Printing from a digital camera or digital video camera, if both support PictBridge.

<Other main features>

- Data/File numbers can be printed on the images.

- Face brightener

- Shooting info (Exif data)

- 35mm film style layout (Contact printing layout)

(5) Design

 

As the frame design, the printer consists of the upper case, lower case, and side covers along with the paper output tray of 4 slides (contributing to increase of the paper ejection speed). With the trays retracted, the printer is only 160 mm high (10 mm lower than the iP4000). While keeping the functionality of retractable trays and cassettes, the round corners and edges of the upper part of the printer give gentle impression in a compact body.

- Double structure with side covers

- Four-panel output tray

- Front door is pulled open

- Front door has a damper

(6) USB 2.0 Hi-Speed supported

The printer supports USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, enabling high speed data transfer in use with the computer,

OS, and USB hub.

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2. CLEANING MODE AND AMOUNT OF INK PURGED

To prevent printing problems due to bubbles, dust, or ink clogging, print head cleaning is performed before the start of printing (when the cleaning flag is on), except in the following cases:

- Cleaning on arrival: Performed when the access cover is closed.

- Manual cleaning / deep cleaning: Performed manually.

<Cleaning mode list>

Black: Pigment-based black

Color: Dye-based black, cyan, magenta, yellow

Condition

On arrival of the printer

(All in sequence)

First to third cleaning after shipped from the plant.

Details

Amount of ink used

(g)

(in the normal temperature/humidity environment)

0.57 (Black)

2.25 (Color)

Est. required time (sec.)

(not including the time of opening the caps)

100

Dot count cleaning

(Blackのみ)

When the specified number of dots are printed since the previous Black cleaning.

0.20 (Black) 35 (Black)

35 (Black)

Timer cleaning -

0

*1

(Black only)

If 24 to 60 hours have elapsed since the previous Black cleaning till the start of the next printing.

 

Timer cleaning - 1

(Black only)

If 60 to 96 hours have elapsed since the previous Black cleaning till the start of the next printing.

 

0.20 (Black)

Timer cleaning - 2

(Black only)

If 96 to 120 hours have elapsed since the previous Black cleaning till the start of the next printing.

 

Timer cleaning -

3

*2

(Black/Color)

If 120 to 336 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

0.20 (Black)

0.66 (Color)

Timer cleaning - 4

(All in sequence)

If 336 to 504 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

Timer cleaning - 5

(All in sequence)

If 504 to 720 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

0.57 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

2-2

35 (Black)

40 (Color)

80

80

Timer cleaning - 6

(All in sequence)

If 720 to 1,080 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

Timer cleaning - 7

(All in sequence)

If 1,080 to 2,160 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

Timer cleaning - 8 If 2,160 to 4,320 hours have elapsed

(All in sequence) since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

1.27 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

1.95 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

Timer cleaning - 9

(All in sequence)

If 4,320 to 8,640 hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

Timer cleaning -

10

(All in sequence)

If 8,640 or longer hours have elapsed since the previous Black/Color cleaning till the start of the next printing.

1.95 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

At print head replacement

(All in sequence)

When the print head is removed and installed.

0.57 (Black)

2.25 (Color)

At ink tank replacement

*3

(Black/Color/All in sequence)

When an ink tank is replaced (without the print head removal or reinstallation)

0.38 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

Manual cleaning - Via the operation panel (All at the same time only)

(Black/Color/All at the same time) - Via the printer driver (Selectable from Black, Color, or All at the same time)

0.20 (Black)

0.65 (Color)

Deep cleaning

(Black/Color/All at the same time)

Via the printer driver (Selectable from

Black, Color, or All at the same time)

1.95 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

80

85

90

90

90

100

80 (All in sequence)

40 (Black)

65 (Color)

45 (All at the same time)

35 (Black)

40 (Color)

90 (All at the same time)

45 (Black)

65 (Color)

If the print head has not been capped before power-on

(All in sequence)

0.38 (Black)

1.06 (Color)

80 (All in sequence)

*1: When 24 to 60 hours have elapsed since the previous Black cleaning, timer cleaning - 0 is performed. However, this cleaning will be conducted up to 5 times from the printer installation, and no further timer cleaning - 0 will be performed.

*2: The period of time since the previous cleaning is counted by Black and Color separately. For this reason, the cleaning mode may differ according to Black or Color.

*3: When only the black ink tank is replaced, Black cleaning is performed. One of the color ink

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tanks is replaced, Color cleaning is performed. Both the black and color ink tanks are replaced,

All-at-the-same-time cleaning is performed.

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<Part 2: 2. CLEANING MODE AND AMOUNT OF INK PURGED>

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3. PRINT MODE

3-1. Resolution

(1) Normal color printing

 

2) Grayscale printing

 

(3) Borderless printing

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(4) Duplex printing

 

(5) Camera Direct printing

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4. FAQ (Problems Specific to the iP5200 and Corrective Actions)

No. * Function Phenomenon

1 B

2 B

3 C

Condition Cause Corrective action

Possible call or complaint

Print results

Paper feed

Print results

Skewed paper feeding

Skewed paper feeding (at the level of +/- 1%)

- Paper feeding from the cassette, Photo

Paper Plus

Double Sided, 5 x 7 size

Improper paper feeding:

- Multi-feeding

- Paper feeding from the ASF

- Plain paper

- Skewed paper feeding

- Highest print speed (Custom setting to 5)

- Paper jam

- In the high temperature and high humidity environment

- In the low temperature and low humidity environment

- With the maximum amount of paper set (13 mm)

- Paper feeding from the ASF

- Credit Card size

Due to its mechanism, contact of the PF pinch rollers to the 5 x 7 size paper is uneven, which is likely to cause skewed paper feeding.

Change the paper feeding method from the cassette to the auto sheet feeder.

In the high temperature and high humidity environment, paper becomes wavy; in the low temperature and low humidity environment, paper curls significantly.

When the maximum amount of paper is set in the ASF, and if the paperreturn tab fits in a wave or curl of the paper, the tab slips and does not catch paper properly, causing paper feed problems.

- Reduce the amount of paper set in the

ASF to half

(approx. 5 mm high).

Since coaxial tolerance between the pinch roller and the LF roller, which determines the paper feed alignment, is

0.2mm, skewed paper feeding can occur.

However, according to the field data of current models, the skewness level caused by the coaxial tolerance of

0.2mm is within the criteria of +/-

1%, thus the phenomenon is left as is.

- Align the paper guide to the paper edge tighter than usual.

- Paper feeds at an angle.

- A margin appears on printouts.

- Multiple sheets of paper feed at the same time.

- Paper feeds at an angle.

- A paper jam occurs.

- Paper feeds at an angle.

- A margin appears on printouts.

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4 A

5 B

Print results

Print results

Soiling on the back side of paper (lines or streaks parallel to the paper feed direction)

- After continuous borderless printing of small sized paper

(such as 4 x 6), when a larger sized paper

(such as A4) is printed.

- With Photo

Paper Plus

Double Sided or postcards, the phenomenon is likely to be noticeable and to be complained of by users, as printing is performed on both sides of such paper.

In borderless printing, printing is performed to the size slightly larger than the paper size, and ink off the paper is absorbed by the platen's ink absorber.

Absorbed ink may attach to the platen rib(s) after several dozen sheets are printed, causing soiling at the leading edge of paper or on the back side of paper.

1. Perform

Bottom plate cleaning (from the printer driver) up to 3 times

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.

- Paper gets smeared.

- The back side of paper gets smeared.

2. If soiling on the paper still remains after

3 times of

Bottom plate cleaning, wipe the platen rib

(s) and their surroundings with a cotton swab.

Soiling on paper in automatic duplex printing

(lines or streaks perpendicular to the paper feed direction)

- Automatic duplex printing (Photo

Paper Plus

Double Sided, postcards, plain paper)

On the rib(s) inside the sheet feed unit used for duplex printing, ink mist may accumulate, smearing paper.

 

Temporary operational solution:

Cancel automatic duplex printing, and manually print each side of paper.

- Paper gets smeared.

- The back side of paper gets smeared.

Cleaning by user:

1. Perform

Bottom plate cleaning (from the printer driver) up to 3 times

*1

.

2. If soiling on the paper still remains after

3 times of

Bottom plate cleaning, wipe the platen rib

(s) and their surroundings with a cotton swab.

- Even after

Bottom plate cleaning was performed, and the platen ribs were cleaned with cotton swab, paper gets smeared.

If the phenomenon persists after conducting 1 and

2, servicing is required.

Service:

Wipe any soiling or dirt off from the sheet feed unit

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6 C

7 C

Print results

Print results

Scratches on paper

Soiling on paper

Skewed paper feeding and the bottom case unit ribs

*2

.

- PP-101D, PP-

101, PR-101,

SG-101, etc.

- Paper feeding from the cassette

- PP-101D, PP-

101, PR-101,

SG-101, etc.

- Paper feeding from the ASF

- Multiple number of sheets loaded

Scratches on the

PF return lever due to paper feeding from the cassette, and duplex printing path.

- Change the paper feeding method from the cassette to the auto sheet feeder.

- If automatic duplex printing is performed, cancel it, and, by setting only a single sheet of paper in the auto sheet feeder, manually print each side of paper.

When multiple sheets of paper are set, the back side of paper being picked up scratches the front side of paper beneath

(especially where the paper feed rollers contact when picking up the paper).

Set only a single sheet of paper in the auto sheet feeder.

The printer has been used for a long period of time with the ASF cover closed before printing is performed using the ASF.

Due to ink mist attached to the

ASF sub-pick-up rollers.

If printing is done from the cassette with the ASF cover closed, ink mist is kept inside the printer, attaching to the

ASF sub-pick-up rollers.

Clean the ASF sub-rollers (see

*3 for details.)

- SG-101

- Paper feeding from the ASF

Since the subrollers usually do not contact the paper, ink mist can easily accumulate, especially during printing on smallsized paper which never contacts the subrollers.

When 10 sheets of paper are set in the ASF, and if

- Straighten the paper.

- Set 5 or less

- Paper is scratched.

- Marks appear on printed paper.

- Paper feeds at an angle.

- A margin

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8 B

9 B

Print results

Print results

- 10 sheets (max.) set in the ASF they warp significantly, the warping portions of paper get over the cover guide, not being aligned along the guide properly.

sheets of paper in the ASF.

appears on printouts.

Uneven printing at the trailing edge of paper

 

- In the low temperature and low humidity environment

Due to decrease of the friction coefficient of the paper ejection rollers, or due to inaccuracy of the print head alignment

- Perform Bottom plate cleaning.

- Perform manual print head alignment.

Uneven printing at the bottom of paper

*1: Change the paper in each Bottom plate cleaning. The cleaning can end when paper does not get any soiling.

*2: Locations to clean in servicing when soiling on paper in automatic duplex printing persists:

*3: How to prepare and set the ASF sub-roller cleaning sheet:

1) Fold a sheet of plain paper lengthwise in half.

 

2) Fold the paper at approx. 60 mm from the end, and fold the folded end in half backward, as shown below.

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3) Moisten the folded end portion (indicated by the blue circle in the figure below) using a wipe, and set the paper in the ASF so that the moistened edge of the paper contacts the 2 sub-rollers. Then, fold the other end of the paper along the ASF cover edge to hook the paper to the ASF cover, as shown below.

 

 

4) Press and hold the Resume/Cancel button until the Power LED blinks 3 times, then release the button to perform the paper feed roller cleaning. See " Stand alone printer operation ," for details.

* Occurrence level:

A: The symptom is likely to occur frequently. (Caution required)

B: The symptom may occur under certain conditions, but likeliness is assumed very low in practical

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usage.

C: The symptom is unlikely to be recognized by the user, and no practical issues are assumed.

 

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Part 3

APPENDIX

PIXMA iP5200 Specifications

<Printer>

Type Desktop serial color bubble jet printer

Paper feeding method Auto sheet feed (ASF, cassette, automatic duplex printing, CD / DVD printing

*1

)

Resolution 9,600 x 2,400dpi (Max.)

Throughput (target value)

- 4 x 6, borderless printing: Approx. 36 sec. (standard mode, PP-101, Full Page

SCID No. 2)

- Camera Direct Printing: Approx. 1 minute and 19 sec. (4 x 6, borderless printing,

PP-101, default settings)

For reference:

Fast Standard

Black (Fine Black)

Color (Fine Color)

30ppm

24ppm

15.0ppm

11.7ppm

Printing direction

Print width

Interface

Bi-directional, uni-directional

Max. 203.2mm (216mm in borderless printing)

USB 2.0 Hi-Speed

ASF stacking capacity

Plain paper: Max. 13mm (Approx. 150 sheets of 64g/m

2

paper)

Paper weight

64 to 105g/m

2

Detection functions

Acoustic noise

(Highest print quality)

Access cover open, Presence of print head / ink tanks, Opening / Closing of front door, Remaining ink amount (optical / dot count), Printing position, Paper presence,

Paper end sensor, Waste ink amount, Internal temperature, Pick-up roller, Paper feed roller position, Carriage position, Head-to-paper distance, Supported camera direct printing device, Presence of CD / DVD

- Highest print quality settings: Approx. 34.7dB

- Quiet mode: Approx. 34.3dB

Environmental requirements

During operation

Non operation

Temperature

Humidity

Temperature

Humidity

5C to 35C (41F to 95F)

10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)

0C to 40C (32F to 104F)

5%RH to 95%RH (no condensation)

Power supply

External dimensions

Weight

Related standards

(Printer, Adapter)

Power supply voltage, frequency

AC 100 to 120V, 50/60Hz

AC 220 to 240V, 50/60Hz

Power consumption

Approx. 17W

Approx. 17W

Standby Power-off

Approx. 0.8W

Approx. 0.4W

Approx. 0.8W

Approx. 0.4W

Printer:

With the paper support and output tray retracted:

Approx. 444 (W) x 309 (D) x 160 (H )mm

Approx. 17.7 (W) x 12.3 (D) x 6.4 (H) inches

Approx. 7.3kg, not including print head and optional units

Electromagnetic radiance:

FCC, IC, CE Mark, Taiwan EMC, C-tick, CCC (Chinese EMC), Korea MIC, Gost-

R

Electrical safety:

UL, C-UL, CB Report, CE Mark, GS, Gost-R, FT, SASO, CCC(Safety), SPRING,

Korea EK, IRAM (Argentine Safety)

Environmental regulations:

RoHS (EU), WEEE (EU), Korea Package Recycle Law, Green Point (Germany),

Energy Star

Serial number location

On the carriage flexible cable holder (visible on the right of the carriage after the printer is turned on, the access cover is opened, and the carriage moves to the

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Print head alignment center.)

Remaining ink amount detection

Available (automatic detection by optical method and dot count, enabled at default)

Paper type detection Not available

Available (automatic or manual alignment via driver utilities, or the Resume/Cancel button in Camera Direct Printing, automatic alignment at default)

*1: Only for CD / DVD printing supported regions

<Print head>

Type

Print head

Ink color

Ink tank

Weight (Net)

Supply method

Part number

Single head with 5 removable ink tanks (each color)

Black: 512 nozzles (600dpi), 30pl (pigment-based black)

Color: 512 nozzles x 6 (1,200dpi), 1pl / 5pl (cyan, magenta), 5pl (black, yellow)

Pigment-based black, Dye-based black, cyan, magenta, yellow

PGI-5BK (pigment-based), CLI-8BK/C/M/Y (dye-based)

Print head, approx. 60g

As a service part (not including ink tanks)

QY6-0061-000

<Supported ink tanks>

Model

PIXMA iP5200

Destination

Overseas models

Pigmentbased

PIG-5BK

O

BCI-9BK

CLI-8BK

O

BCI-7eBK

Dye-based

CLI-8C

O

BCI-7eC

CLI-8M

O

BCI-7eM

CLI-8Y

O

BCI-7eY

X X X X X

 

O: Usable X: Not usable

 

Note:

The ink tanks BCI-9BK and BCI-7e series available in Japanese market are not compatible with the

PIXMA iP5200 overseas models.

Be sure to use the appropriate ink tanks in servicing.

 

 

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PIXMA iP5200R

REFERENCE MANUAL

This reference manual describes differences from the base model, PIXMA iP5200.

When referring to the PIXMA iP5200 Service Manual, Service Parts Number in it may be different from PIXMA iP5200 model. Please refer to the PIXUS iP5200R/PIXMA iP5200R Parts Catalog

(QY8-9083-D0C).

QY8-13AJ-000

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3

3

3

3

4

Page

3

3

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: MAINTENANCE

1. MAINTENANCE

1.1 Adjustment, Periodic Maintenance, Periodic Replacement Parts, and

Replacement Consumables by Service Engineer

2. LIST OF ERROR DISPLAY / LIST OF TROUBLESHOOTING

2.2 Service Call Errors (by LED Blinking in Orange and Green Alternately, or Lit in

Orange)

2.4 Troubleshooting by Symptom

3. REPAIR

3.1 Notes on Service Part Replacement

3.2 Special Notes on Repair Servicing

(3) Network setting information (NIC EEPROM information) Print

Part 3: APPENDIX

1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

2. PIXMA iP5200R SPECIFICATION

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Part 1 MAINTENANCE

1. MAINTENANCE

1.1 Adjustment, Periodic Maintenance, Periodic Replacement Parts, and

Replacement Consumables by Service Engineer

(1) Adjustment (added to iP 5200)

Adjustment Timing

Approx. time

Network setting information print

(NIC EEPROM information print)

NIC BOARD replacement

To confirm operations

2. LIST OF ERROR DISPLAY / INDICATION

2.2 Service Call Errors (added to iP5200)

Cyclic blinking in orange (Alarm

LED) and green

(Power LED)

18 times

Error

NIC BOARD error

[6550]

Solution

(Replacement of listed parts, which are likely to be faulty)

NIC BOARD ASS’Y (QK1-1973-000)

2.4 Troubleshooting by Symptom

Symptom

Printing is not possible with wireless LAN.

Solution

1) Perform network setting information print.

When printing is not possible. -> Replace the NIC BOARD.

When printing is possible. -> Proceed to

2).

2) Perform printing with the wireless

LAN I/F.

When printing is not possible. -> Replace the NIC BOARD.

(Wireless reception component failure on the NIC BOARD)

When printing is possible. -> Re-confirm network setting (user’s environment).

Remarks

3. REPAIR

3.1 Notes on Service Part Replacement (and Disassembling/Reassembling)

Service part

NIC BOARD ASS’Y

(QK1-1973-000)

Notes on replacement information print

- Printing with wireless LAN I/F

(After printing,

EEPROM initialization of NIC

BOARD is necessary.)

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Note: If the NIC BOARD is replaced, user network setting information stored in the NIC BOARD is lost. Therefore, it is necessary to inform users that network setting should be performed again to enable the printer to be used under the user’s environment.

<How to re-perform network setting> a. Performing Easy Install

Application software, User’s Guide, etc, are also re-installed.

The following items are selected as installation.

- Printer driver

- Network Setup

- Canon IJ Network Tool

3.2 Special Notes on Repair Servicing

(4) User mode (added to iP5200)

Network setting information print

(NIC EEPROM information printing)

Initialization of network setting information

See

See

<Standalone printer operation> below.

<Standalone printer operation> below. Can also be performed from

Canon IJ Network

Tool

<Standalone printer operation>

1) Turn on the printer and the Reset button.

2) After the Power LED (green) blinks the specified number of times listed in the table below, release it.

The operation starts.

LED blinking

6 times

Operation Remarks

Network setting information printing Set a sheet of A4/LTR-sized plain paper in the sheet feeder or cassette. (The Paper Feed

Initialization of network setting switch controls the paper feeding location.)

10 times information

10 times or more Unspecified

For details on the network setting information printing and items cleared by initialization, see “3.4.

Verification Items (3) Network setting information (NIC EEPROM information) print”.

< WPA2 setting >

When setting WPA2 as an encryption method, be aware that there is a restriction as follows.

- When setting WPA2 from Network Tool, since WPA2 setting by entering SSID manually from the

Configuration screen is impossible, perform WPA2 setting after selecting an access point by pressing the

Search button .

WPA2 setting is also possible by re-installing the driver and from Network Configuration of a Web browser.

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3.4 Verification Items

(3) Network setting information (NIC EEPROM information) print

<EEPROM information sample>

Canon iP5200R Network Congiguration Page

Firmware :1.02

Wireless LAN : Enabled

Standard

MAC Address

: IEEE 802.11g

:

: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx

Network Type : Infrastructure

:

:

:

Authentication : Open System

Attached Information:

Link Status

Signal Strength

Transmission Rate

: Active

: 63%

: 36Mbps

:

TCP/IP

:

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

: xxx.xxx.xxx.x

: x.x.x.x

:

MAC Address : xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx

:

TCP/IP

Mode

:

Subnet Mask :

:

Printer Access Control

Address :

:

Admin Password

Device Status

: OFF

: Available

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<EEPROM information contents>

Print items: List item for network setting print

Contents:

Meaning of list items

Settable values:

Settable values for users

Default values:

Values at shipment from the plant

Items set to default values: Items re-set to the factory values (at shipment) by initialization

Print items Contents Settable values Default values * Items set to default values

Printer

Firmware

Version

Attached

Information

Link Status

Signal

Strength

Printer name

NIC firmware version

Wireless LAN Wireless LAN enabled/disabled Enabled/Disabled Enabled

Standard Compliant wireless LAN standard - IEEE 802.11g[fixed]

-

O

1B [fixed] Destination

MAC Address

Network Type

Corresponding channel list

MAC address for wireless LAN on

NIC board

Operation mode of wireless LAN - value. Fixed]

Infrastructure [fixed]

When ANY is set, current SSID is printed in parentheses.

Optional

(can be freely set.)

BJNPSETUP O

When inactive, left blank

[Varies depending on connection status.]

[Blank] O

Encryption Current encryption method

Authentication Current authentication method

Attached information regarding encryption and authentication

Status of wireless LAN

When wireless LAN is invalid, if nonexistent SSID is set, status becomes Inactive.

Other than this case, status becomes Active.

Signal strength: 0 - 100 %

When inactive, 0 %

-

-

OFF/WEP/TKIP/AES

Auto

/Open System

/Shared Key/WPA-PSK/

WPA2-PSK

WEP setting:

64/128bit, ASCII/Hex,

Key*

* Key set by user is displayed.

-

WPA-PSK setting:

Character Password

/64 Hex digits

IP_5200R (Overseas)

[Specific value. fixed]

OFF

Open System

0 %

O

O

[Blank] O

Inactive

Link Quality

Transmission

Rate

Mode

IP Address

Communication quality: 0 -

100 %

When inactive, 0 %

Current wireless LAN speed:

1/2/5.5/6/9/11/12/18/24/36/48

/56 Mbps

When inactive, left blank

IP address setting method

When disabled, left blank

Current IP address

When disabled, left blank

Subnet Mask Current Subnet mask

When disabled, left blank

Default

Gateway

Current default Gateway

When disabled, left blank

[Varies depending on communication environment.]

[Varies depending on communication environment.]

[Varies depending on the communicating devices.]

0.0.0.0 -

255.255.255.255

0.0.0.0 -

255.255.255.255

0.0.0.0 -

255.255.255.255

0 %

[Blank]

Auto/Manual Auto O

192.168.1.123 O

255.255.255.0 O

0.0.0.0 O

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Wired LAN Wired LAN enabled/disabled Enabled/Disabled

MAC Address MAC address for wired LAN

Link Status on NIC board

Status of wired LAN

Enable value. Fixed]

- Inactive

When wired LAN is invalid, status becomes Inactive.

Other than this case, status becomes Active.

Transmission

Rate

Current wireless LAN speed

10/100 Mbps

When inactive, left blank

-

[Blank]

Mode

IP Address

Subnet Mask

IP address setting method

When disabled, left blank

Current IP address

When disabled, left blank

Current Subnet mask

When disabled, left blank

Auto/Manual Auto

0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255

0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255

Default

Gateway

Current default Gateway

When disabled, left blank

0.0.0.0 - 255.255.255.255

MAC Address MAC address filtering setting ON/OFF OFF

192.168.2.123

255.255.255.0

0.0.0.0

IP Address IP address filtering setting ON/OFF OFF

O

O

O

O

O

O

Admin

Password

Admin password setting

Device Status Printing of device status

When error occurs, error code is displayed. Other than this case, Available is displayed.

ON/OFF OFF O

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Part 3 APPENDIX

Sub I/F board

CN1

Ethernet I/F

CN2

Wired LAN controller

NIC board

ASIC

ROM

RAM

Wireless LAN

I/F

Wireless

LAN controller

USB I/F

Logic Board

CN304

CN302

The parts other than NIC Board and /F board are same as iP5200.

2. PIXMA iP5200R SPECIFICATION (differences from iP5200)

< Specifications >

Interface

Wireless LAN, wired LAN interface port (RJ-45) x1

USB 2.0 Hi-Speed x1

Printing speed*

(Wireless printing)

Power consumption

Color (4x6)

PP-101 / Standard /

Borderless

56 sec.

Standby: 3 W Off: 0.4 W During printing: Approx. 19 W

Related standards (Proposed)

(Printer, Adapter)

Electromagnetic radiance:

VCCI, FCC, IC, CE Mark, C-Tick

Electrical safety:

Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN),

UL, C-UL, CB Report, CE Mark, GS, FT, SPRING

Wireless:

FCC, IC, CE Mark (R&TTE), ACA, RSM,

Telecommunication Act (SPL)

Environmental regulations:

RoHS (EU), WEEE (EU), Energy Star, Eco Mark, Law on

Promoting Green Purchasing, Chemical Substances

Control Law, Battery Recycle Law, Container and

Packaging Law, Blue Angel

* Text printing speed and printing speed when connected with the USB cable are the same as the PIXMA iP5200.

* Printing speed when connected with wireless LAN varies depending on communication speed and environmental conditions.

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< Network specifications >

Communication protocol

Wired LAN

TCP / IP, UPD

Compliant standard IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX) / IEEE802.3 (10BASE-T)

Transmission speed 10M / 100Mbps (automatic switching)

Wireless LAN

Compliant standard IEEE802.11g / IEEE802.11b, ARIB STD-T66

Used frequency band 2.412GHz-2. 462GHz

Channel 1-11

Transmission system OFDM / DS-SS system

Transmission speed

54 / 48 / 36 / 24 / 18 / 12 / 9 / 6Mbps (IEEE802.11g, automatic changing)

11 / 5.5 / 2/ 1Mbps (IEEE802.11b, automatic switching)

Communication distance 50 m *varies depending on communication speed and environmental conditions

Security WEP (64/128 bit), WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES), WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)

Other Wi-Fi logo acquired

Acquired standard TELEC, FCC, IC, ETSI, iDA

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