WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &

WorkCentre Pro 412,
FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
SERVICE
MANUAL
WorkCentre Pro 412 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Contents
1. Introduction
2. Service Call Procedures
3. Precautions
4. Specifications
FaxCentre F12
5. Circuit Description
6. Disassembly
7. Maintenance & Troubleshooting
8. Exploded Views and Parts List
9. Block Diagram
10. Connection Diagram
11. Schematic Diagrams
Part Number 708P87117
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 & WorkCentre M15/M15i
Service Documentation
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 & WorkCentre M15/M15i Service Manual.
03/03
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1 Organisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2 Warnings, Cautions and Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3 Safety Procedures and Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4 Heath and Safety Incident Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5 Translation of Warnings and Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-5
1-6
2. Service Call Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCP 1 Initial Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCP 2 First Call Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCP 3 Normal Call Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCP 4 Fault Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCP 5 Final Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-2
2-2
3. Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
4. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1 WorkCentre Pro 412 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-1 Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-2 Facsimile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-3 Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-4 Copier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-5 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-6 Dimension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-7 Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-8 Environmental Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1-9 Machine Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2 FaxCentre F12 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-1 General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-3 Facsimile Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-4 Scanner Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-5 Copy Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-6 Telephone Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2-7 Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3 WorkCentre M15/M15i Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-1 General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-2 Printer Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-3 Facsimile Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-4 Scanner Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-5 Copy Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-6 Telephone Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3-7 Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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4-1
4-1
4-2
4-2
4-3
4-3
4-4
4-4
4-4
4-4
4-5
4-5
4-6
4-7
4-7
4-8
4-8
4-9
4-9
4-10
4-11
4-11
4-12
4-12
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5. Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1 Main PBA (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2 Main PBA (WorkCentre M15/M15i ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-3 Circuit Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-4 Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-6 Host Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-7 Engine Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-8 OPE PBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-9 LIU PBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-10 SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply) Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-41
5-54
5-58
5-66
5-68
5-70
6. Disassembly and Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1 WorkCentre Pro 412 & WorkCentre M15/M15i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-1 Rear Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-2 Scanner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-3 ADF Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-4 OPE Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-5 Side Cover Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-6 Fuser Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-7 Exit Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-8 Cover Paper Exit Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-9 Drive Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-10 SMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-11 LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-12 Main Frame Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-13 Cover Exit Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-14 MP Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-15 Feed Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-16 Pick Up Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1-17 Main PBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2 FaxCentre F12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-1 Cover Rear Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-2 Rear Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-3 Scanner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-4 OPE Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-5 ADF Upper Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-6 Guide Lower Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-7 Housing Lower Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-8 Side Cover Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-9 Fuser Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-10 Exit Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-11 Cover Paper Exit Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-12 Drive Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-13 SMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-14 LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-15 Main Frame Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2-16 SCF Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-7
6-9
6-10
6-12
6-13
6-14
6-15
6-16
6-17
6-18
6-19
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-27
6-29
6-31
6-32
6-34
6-36
6-40
6-42
6-43
6-44
6-45
6-46
6-47
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7. Maintenance & Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1 Preventative Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-2 Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-3 Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4 FAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-5 Print Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-6 Malfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-7 Other Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7-1
7-1
7-12
7-14
7-15
7-31
7-39
8. Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1. Main Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2. Platen Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
(WorkCentre Pro 412 and WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-3. ADF Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
(WorkCentre Pro 412 & WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-4. Side Cover Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-5. Cassette Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-6. Exit Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-7. Feeder Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-8. MP Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-9. Base Frame Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-10. Pick-up Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-11. Drive Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-12. Main Frame Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-13. Fuser Assembly Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-14. Main Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-15. Scanner Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . .
8-16. ADF Upper Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . .
8-17. Scan Lower Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . .
8-18. OPE Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . .
8-19. Exit Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-20. Base Frame Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-21. SCF Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . .
8-22. Main Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-23. Platen Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . .
8-24. ADF Ass’y & Platen Cover Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List
(WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-25. Side Cover Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
8-26. Drive Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . .
8-27. Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1
8-1
8-5
8-9
8-13
8-17
8-19
8-21
8-23
8-25
8-27
8-29
8-31
8-33
8-35
8-37
8-39
8-41
8-45
8-47
8-49
8-51
8-53
8-57
8-59
8-61
8-63
8-65
9. Block Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Block Diagram (FaxCentre 12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
Block Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3
10.Connection Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Connection Diagram (FaxCentre 12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
Connection Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
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11. Schematic Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-1 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-2 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-3 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-4 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-5 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-6 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-7 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-8 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-9 Main Circuit diagram (9 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-10 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-11 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-12 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-13 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-14 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-15 LIU Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-16 OPE Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-17 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-18 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-19 SMPS (110) Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-20 SMPS (220) Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-21 ADF Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-22 Flat Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-23 PTL Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-24 Sensor Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-25 Toner RX Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-26 Toner TX Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-27 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-28 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-29 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-30 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-31 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-32 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-33 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-34 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-35 Main Circuit Diagram (9 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-36 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-37 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-38 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-39 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-40 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-41 Main Circuit Diagram (15 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-42 Main Circuit Diagram (16 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-43 Main Circuit Diagram (17 of 17, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-44 LIU Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-45 OPE Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-46 Scan Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-47 Sensor Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-48 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-49 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-50 SMPS Circuit Diagram (110V, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-51 SMPS Circuit Diagram (220V, FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-52 PTL Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-53 Toner-RX Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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11-55 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-56 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-57 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-58 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-59 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-60 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-61 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-62 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-63 Main Circuit Diagram (9 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-64 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-65 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-66 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-67 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-68 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-69 Main Circuit Diagram (15 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-70 Main Circuit Diagram (16 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-71 LIU Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-72 OPE Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-73 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-74 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-75 SMPS Circuit Diagram (110V) (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-76 SMPS Circuit Diagram (220V) (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-77 ADF Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-78 Flat Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-79 PTL Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-80 Sensor Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-81 Toner_Rx Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11-82 Toner_Tx Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1. Introduction
This service manual is part of a multinational service documentation system, but is not structured in the
standard Xerox service manual format.
1-1 Organisation
Section 1 Introduction
This section describes the contents of the service manual, describes the Heath & Safety Incident Reporting and gives translations of all warnings within the service manual in French, Italian, German and Spanish
languages.
Section 2 Service Call Procedures
This section is used to start and complete a service call. This section will either direct you to the Maintenance and Troubleshooting section, or identify a faulty component or sub-assembly.
Section 3 Precautions
This section contains ESD precautions.
Section 4 Specifications
This section contains the specifications for the various modules of the machine.
Section 5 Circuit Description
This section describes the control system of the machine.
Section 6 Disassembly and Reassembly
This section gives instructions for dismantling and assembling the machine.
Section 7 Maintenance & Troubleshooting
This section contains instructions for preventative maintenance and diagnosis of machine fault
Section 8 Exploded Views and Parts Lists
This section shows all parts of the machine in exploded views with lists of spared parts.
Section 9 Electrical Parts Lists.
This section lists all of the spared electrical components.
Section 10 Block Diagram
This section contains a block diagram of the machine functions.
Section 11 Connection Diagram
This section contains an electrical connection diagram for the whole machine.
Section 12 Schematic Diagrams
This section contains the schematic diagrams for the machine.
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1-2 Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Translated versions of all warnings are in Translation of Warnings at the end of this section.
WARNING
A warning is used whenever an operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition or statement, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury.
CAUTION
A caution is used whenever an operation or maintenance procedure, practice, condition or statement, if not
strictly observed, could result in damage to the equipment
NOTE: A note is used where it is essential to highlight a procedure, practice, condition or statement
1-3 Safety Procedures and Information
The Xerox WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 & WorkCentre M15/M15i products and supplies are manufactured, tested and certified to strict safety regulations, electromagnetic regulations and established
environmental standards.
WARNING
Any unauthorised alteration, which may include the addition of new functions, the connection of
external devices or the use of components not specified by Xerox may impact the products certification, safety performance or compliance with legislation.
Warning markings
All warning instructions marked on or supplied with the product should be followed.
WARNING
A warning is used whenever an operating, service or maintenance procedure, practice, condition
or statement, if not strictly observed could result in personal injury.
WARNING
Alerts to areas of the product where there are heated surfaces which must be avoided during service or maintenance operations.
WARNING
The following are general warning statements which apply in various service or maintenance situations.
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General Safety Warning
Switch off the power to the machine and disconnect the power cord from the outlet while performing tasks
that do not need the electricity on. Contact with electricity can cause death or injury.
Power Supply
This product must be operated from the type of power supply indicated on the product’s data plate label.
This product must be connected to a protective earth circuit.
Safe Working
Throughout this procedure prior to working on any electrical circuit or any mechanical drive component disconnect all electrical power to the product. The disconnect device is the power cord. Remove the plug from
the power outlet.
Ventilation
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
Operator Accessible Areas
This product has been designed to restrict operator access to safe areas only. Operator access to hazardous areas is restricted with covers or guards, which require a tool to remove. Ensure that these covers or
guards are correctly replaced after every service or maintenance task.
Maintenance/Service
Do not to carry out any maintenance or service on the product, which is not described this service documentation.
Cleaning
Before cleaning this product, unplug the product from the power outlet. Always use materials specifically
designated for this product, the use of other materials may result in poor performance and may create a
hazardous situation. Do not use aerosol cleaners, they may become flammable under certain circumstances.
Precautions
1. Be sure that all built-in protective devices are in place. Restore any missing protective covers.
2. When re-installing chassis and assemblies, be sure to restore all protective devices, including control
knobs and compartment covers.
3. Design Alteration Warning: Never alter or add to the mechanical or electrical design of this equipment,
such as auxiliary connectors, etc. Such alterations and modifications will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
4. Components, parts, and wiring that appear to have overheated or are otherwise damaged should be
replaced with Xerox spare parts. Always determine the cause of damage or overheating, and correct
any potential hazards.
5. Observe the original harness routing, especially near sharp edges, AC, and high voltage power supplies. Always inspect for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring. Do not change the spacing between
components and the printed circuit board.
6. Product Safety Notice: Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics which might not be obvious from visual inspection. These safety features and the protection they
provide could be lost if a replacement component differs from the original. This holds true, even though
the replacement may be rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
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Lithium battery precautions
The Main PBA is provided with a lithium Cell designated BAT1. Observe the following precautions:
•There could be a danger of explosion if the battery is subject to forced discharge or reverse voltage.
•The battery must only be replaced with the same type.
•The battery should only be replaced at a service centre not at a customer location
•The replacement battery must be the same type and manufacturer as the original.
•Lithium batteries contain substances which are subject to control and should not be opened, crushed or
burned during disposal.
Laser Safety
WARNING
Invisible laser radiation. avoid exposure to beam.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This product contains laser warning labels. These labels are intended for use by Service and Maintenance Representatives and are placed on the top surface of the Laser Unit. Do not attempt to
open the laser unit. There are no serviceable components or areas inside the unit. Operation of the
laser unit with machine or laser covers removed could cause eye damage if the laser beam is
viewed directly.
Electrostatic Damage Caution
The following is an example of the terminology and symbols used in this manual for an electrostatic damage caution:
Caution
Certain components in this product are susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge. Observe all
ESD procedures to avoid component damage.
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1-4 Heath and Safety Incident Reporting
I. Summary
This standard defines requirements for notification of health and safety incidents involving Xerox products
(equipment and materials) at customer locations.
II. Scope
Xerox Corporation and subsidiaries worldwide.
III. Objective
To enable prompt resolution of health and safety incidents involving Xerox products and to ensure Xerox
regulatory compliance.
IV. Definitions
Incident:
An event or condition occurring in a customer account that has resulted in injury, illness or property damage. Examples of incidents include machine fires, smoke generation, physical injury to an operator or service representative. Alleged events and product conditions are included in this definition.
V. Requirements
Initial Report:
1. Xerox organisations shall establish a process for individuals to report product incidents to EH&S within
24 hours of becoming aware of the event.
2. The information to be provided at the time of reporting is contained in Appendix A (Health and Safety
Incident Report involving a Xerox product).
3. The initial notification may be made by any of the following methods:
• For incidents in North America and Developing Markets West (Brazil, Mexico, Latin American
North and Latin American South):
Phone* EH&S at: 1-800-828-6571.
• Electronic mail EH&S at: Doris.Bush@usa.xerox.com.
• Fax EH&S at: 1-585-422-6449 [intelnet 8*222 6449].
• For incidents in Europe and Developing Markets East (Middle East, Africa, India, China and
Hong Kong):
• Phone* EH&S at: +44 (0) 1707 353434.
• Electronic mail EH&S at: Elaine.Grange@GBR.xerox.com.
• Fax EH&S at: +44 (0) 1707 353914 [intelnet 8*668 3914].
*Initial notification made by phone must be followed within 24 hours by a completed incident report and
sent to the indicated electronic mail address or fax number.
NOTE: If sending a fax, please also send the original via internal mail.
Responsibilities for resolution:
1. Business Groups/Product Design Teams responsible for the product involved in the incident shall:
a. Manage field bulletins, customer correspondence, product recalls, safety retrofits.
b. Fund all field retrofits.
2. Field Service Operations shall:
a. Preserve the Xerox product involved and the scene of the incident inclusive of any associated
equipment located in the vicinity of the incident.
b. Return any affected equipment/part(s) to the location designated by EH&S and/or the Business Division.
c. Implement all safety retrofits.
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3. EH&S shall:
a. Manage and report all incident investigation activities.
b. Review and approve proposed product corrective actions and retrofits, if necessary.
c. Manage all communications and correspondence with government agencies.
d. Define actions to correct confirmed incidents.
VI. Appendices
The Health and Safety Incident Report involving a Xerox Product (Form # EH&S-700) is available at the
end of this Service Manual.
1-5 Translation of Warnings and Precautions
WARNING
A warning is used whenever an operating or maintenance procedure, practice, condition or statement, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury.
AVERTISSEMENT
Un avertissement est utilisé chaque fois qu'une procédure d'utilisation ou de maintenance peut
provoquer des blessures si elle n'est pas strictement respectée.
AVVERTENZA
Un’ avvertenza viene utilizzata per segnalare procedure, operazioni, condizioni o istruzioni operative e di manutenzione, la cui mancata osservanza può causare infortuni.
VORSICHT
Warnhinweise dieser Art gelten für Anweisungen und Situationen, bei deren Nichtbeachtung bzw.
Auftreten Verletzungsgefahr besteht.
AVISO
Los avisos se utilizan cuando un procedimiento, ejercicio, condición o declaración de funcionamiento o mantenimiento puede producir lesiones personales, si no se sigue estrictamente.
WARNING
Any unauthorised alteration, which may include the addition of new functions, the connection of
external devices or the use of components not specified by Xerox may impact the products certification, safety performance or compliance with legislation.
AVERTISSEMENT
Toute modification non autorisée, qu'il s'agisse de l'ajout de nouvelles fonctions, de la connexion
de dispositifs externes ou de l'utilisation de composants non recommandés par Xerox, peut
entraîner l'annulation de la garantie.
AVVERTENZA
Qualunque modifica che implichi l’ aggiungimento di nuove funzioni, il collegamento ad un dispositivo esterno o l’ utilizzo di componenti non autorizzati da Xerox può invalidare la certificazione e le
dichiarazioni di conformità del prodotto, nonché compromettere la sicurezza operativa di questo.
VORSICHT
Warnhinweise dieser Art gelten für Anweisungen und Situationen, bei deren Nichtbeachtung bzw.
Auftreten Verletzungsgefahr besteht.
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AVISO
Cualquier modificación no autorizada, que puede incluir la adición de nuevas funciones, la conexión de dispositivos externos o el uso de componentes no especificados por Xerox, puede afectar a
la certificación del producto, el funcionamiento seguro o el cumplimiento de la legislación.
WARNING
A warning is used whenever an operating, service or maintenance procedure, practice, condition
or statement, if not strictly observed could result in personal injury
AVERTISSEMENT
Un avertissement est utilisé à chaque fois qu'une procédure de maintenance ou qu'une manipulation présente un risque de blessure si elle n'a pas été strictement observée.
AVVERTENZA
Un’ avvertenza viene utilizzata per segnalare procedure, operazioni, condizioni o istruzioni operative e di manutenzione, la cui mancata osservanza può causare infortuni.
VORSICHT
Warnhinweise dieser Art gelten für Anweisungen und Situationen, bei deren Nichtbeachtung bzw.
Auftreten Verletzungsgefahr besteht.
AVISO
Los avisos se utilizan cuando un procedimiento, ejercicio, condición o declaración de funcionamiento, servicio o mantenimiento puede producir lesiones personales, si no se sigue estrictamente.
WARNING
Alerts to areas of the product where there are heated surfaces which must be avoided during service or maintenance operations.
AVERTISSEMENT
Prévient des risques encourus lors d'une intervention dans des zones chaudes qui peuvent provoquer des blessures.
AVVERTENZA
Evitare le superfici calde del prodotto, indicate da etichette di avvertenza, durante le operazioni di
manutenzione o di assistenza.
VORSICHT
Weist auf heiße Gerätebereiche hin, die bei der Wartung und Pflege nicht angefasst werden dürfen.
AVISO
Llama la atención sobre áreas del producto donde hay superficies calientes que deben evitarse
durante las tareas de servicio o mantenimiento.
WARNING
The following are general warning statements which apply in various service or maintenance situations.
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General safety warning
Switch off the power to the machine and disconnect the power cord from the outlet while performing tasks
that do not need the electricity on. Contact with electricity can cause death or injury.
Power Supply
This product must be operated from the type of power supply indicated on the product’s data plate label.
This product must be connected to a protective earth circuit.
Safe Working
Throughout this procedure prior to working on any electrical circuit or any mechanical drive component disconnect all electrical power to the product. The disconnect device is the power cord. Remove the plug from
the power outlet.
Ventilation
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
Operator Accessible Areas
This product has been designed to restrict operator access to safe areas only. Operator access to hazardous areas is restricted with covers or guards, which require a tool to remove. Ensure that these covers or
guards are correctly replaced after every service or maintenance task.
Maintenance/Service
Do not to carry out any maintenance or service on the product, which is not described this service documentation.
Cleaning
Before cleaning this product, unplug the product from the power outlet. Always use materials specifically
designated for this product, the use of other materials may result in poor performance and may create a
hazardous situation. Do not use aerosol cleaners, they may become flammable under certain circumstances.
AVERTISSEMENT
Cette mention indique des informations relatives à différentes situations de maintenance.
Sécurité générale - Avertissement
Mettre la machine hors tension et débrancher le cordon d'alimentation de la prise murale lors d'interventions qui ne nécessitent pas que l'alimentation soit maintenue. Un contact avec une zone sous tension
peut mettre en danger la sécurité des personnes.
Alimentation
Ce produit doit être utilisé avec l'alimentation indiqué sur la plaque de la machine.
Ce produit doit être connecté à un circuit avec mise à la terre.
Sécurité
Pendant toute cette procédure d'intervention dans des circuits électriques ou des entraînements mécaniques, débranchez la machine. Le système de déconnexion est le cordon d'alimentation. Retirer le connecteur de la prise murale.
Aération
Cet équipement ne doit pas être encastré, sans une ventilation appropriée.
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Zones accessibles aux utilisateurs
Ce produit a été conçu de façon à ce que les zones accessibles par les utilisateurs soient sans danger.
Les zones qui peuvent être dangereuses sont protégées par des panneaux ou des sécurités qui nécessitent l'utilisation d'un outil pour être retirer. Veiller à ce que ces panneaux et sécurités sont correctement
remis en place après toute intervention technique ou de maintenance.
Maintenance
N'effectuez aucune procédure de maintenance non décrite dans la documentation.
Nettoyage
Avant toute procédure de nettoyage, débranchez l'équipement de la prise murale. Utilisez toujours les produits d'entretien conçus spécifiquement pour l'appareil. L'utilisation d'autres produits risque de nuire au
bon fonctionnement de l'appareil et peut s'avérer dangereuse. N'utilisez jamais d'aérosols, ils peuvent
s'enflammer sous certaines circonstances.
AVVERTENZA
Le seguenti avvertenze sono applicabili a svariate situationi di manutenzione o di assistenza.
Avvertenza sicurezza generale
Spegnere l’ apparecchio e scollegare il cavo di alimentazione dalla presa durante l’ esecuzione di operazioni che non richiedono l’ utilizzo di elettricità. Scosse elettriche accidentali possono causare lesioni personali o morte.
Alimentazione
Utilizzare il prodotto esclusivamente con il tipo di energia indicato e collegarlo a un circuito protettivo con
messa a terra.
Sicurezza elettrica
Accertarsi che il prodotto non riceva elettricità durante le operazioni di intervento sui circuiti elettrici o sulle
parti meccaniche. Il dispositivo di disattivazione del prodotto è costituito dal cavo di alimentazione, il quale
deve essere scollegato dalla presa.
Ventilazione
Non installare l’ apparecchio in un alloggiamento a incasso, a meno che non sia garantita una ventilazione
adeguata.
Aree accessibili per l’ operatore
Questo prodotto è stato progettato in modo da impedire l’ accesso dell’ operatore ad aree non sicure;
queste sono protette da coperture o schermi che richiedono l’ utilizzo di attrezzi per la rimozione. Accertarsi che le coperture o gli schermi siano reinseriti in seguito a qualunque operazione di manutenzione o di
assistenza del prodotto.
Manutenzione e assistenza
Non effettuare alcuna operazione di manutenzione o di assistenza non descritta nella documentazione del
prodotto.
Pulizia del prodotto
Prima di eseguire operazioni di pulizia, scollegare il cavo di alimentazione dalla presa a muro. Utilizzare
sempre prodotti specifici per questo apparecchio: l’ utilizzo di prodotti diversi da quelli consigliati può comportare un deterioramento delle prestazioni e causare situazioni di pericolo. Non utilizzare detergenti aerosol, che in alcune circostanze possono risultare infiammabili.
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VORSICHT
Die folgenden Warnhinweise gelten für diverse Wartungs- und Pflegearbeiten.
Allgemeine Sicherheitshinweise
Bei Arbeiten, bei denen kein Strom erforderlich ist, das Gerät ausschalten und den Netzstecker abziehen.
Netzanschluss
Das Gerät muss an eine einwandfrei funktionierende Steckdose angeschlossen sein. Das Gerät muss
geerdet sein.
Arbeitssicherheit
Vor jeglichen Arbeiten an einem Stromkreis oder einem mechanischen Antrieb ist immer der Netzanschluss zu trennen. Das Gerät wird durch Abziehen des Netzsteckers abgeschaltet.
Belüftung
Das Gerät darf nur dann in einer Einbauposition installiert werden, wenn für ausreichende -Lüftung
gesorgt ist.
Gefahrenbereiche im Gerät
Der Zugang zum Gerät ist durch Abdeckungen und mechanische Verriegelungen auf sichere Bereiche
eingegrenzt. Gefahrenbereiche sind mit Abdeckungen versehen, die nur mit Werkzeug entfernt werden
können. Diese Abdeckungen müssen nach Reparaturarbeiten durch den Kundendienst wieder ordnungsgemäß eingebaut werden.
Wartung/Kundendienst
Keine Wartungsarbeiten, die nicht in der Dokumentation beschrieben sind, ausführen.
Reinigung
Vor der Reinigung des Geräts den Netzstecker abziehen. Nur die speziell für das Gerät empfohlenen Teile
und Verbrauchsmaterialien benutzen, da im anderen Fall schlechte Laufleistung und Sicherheitsrisiken
möglich sind. Keine Reinigungssprays verwenden, da diese sich ggf. entzünden können.
AVISO
Los siguientes son declaraciones generales de aviso aplicables en varias situaciones de servicio o
mantenimiento.
Aviso de seguridad general
Apague la máquina y desenchufe el cable de alimentación de la toma de corriente para realizar tareas que
no necesiten que se tenga corriente eléctrica en la máquina. El contacto con la corriente eléctrica puede
causar lesiones e incluso la muerte.
Fuente de alimentación eléctrica
Este producto debe utilizarse con el tipo de alimentación eléctrica que se indique en la etiqueta o placa de
datos técnicos del producto. Este producto debe conectarse a un circuito con puesta a tierra de protección.
Seguridad en el trabajo
Durante este procedimiento antes de trabajar en algún circuito eléctrico o componente impulsor mecánico
desconecte el producto de la corriente eléctrica. El dispositivo de desconexión es el cable de alimentación. Desconecte el enchufe de la toma de corriente.
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Ventilación
Este producto no debe colocarse en un lugar empotrado al menos que se tenga la ventilación apropiada.
Áreas accesibles por el operador
Este producto está diseñado para limitar el acceso del operador solamente a áreas seguras. El acceso del
operador a áreas de peligro se limita mediante cubiertas y protectores que para quitarlos es necesario utilizar alguna herramienta. Asegúrese de volver a colocar las cubiertas y los protectores correctamente
después de cada tarea de servicio o mantenimiento.
Mantenimiento/Servicio
No realice ninguna operación de mantenimiento o servicio en este producto si no está descrita en esta
documentación de servicio.
Limpieza
Antes de limpiar este producto, desenchúfelo de la toma de corriente. Utilice siempre materiales designados específicamente para este producto; el uso de otros materiales puede producir un funcionamiento
defectuoso o crear situaciones de peligro. No utilice limpiadores de aerosol; en ciertas circunstancias
pueden llegar a ser inflamables.
Precautions
1. Be sure that all built-in protective devices are in place. Restore any missing protective covers.
2. When re-installing chassis and assemblies, be sure to restore all protective devices, including control
knobs and compartment covers.
3. Design Alteration Warning: Never alter or add to the mechanical or electrical design of this equipment,
such as auxiliary connectors, etc. Such alterations and modifications will void the manufacturer’s
warranty.
4. Components, parts, and wiring that appear to have overheated or are otherwise damaged should be
replaced with Xerox spare parts. Always determine the cause of damage or overheating, and correct
any potential hazards.
5. Observe the original harness routing, especially near sharp edges, AC, and high voltage power
supplies. Always inspect for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring. Do not change the spacing
between components and the printed circuit board.
6. Product Safety Notice: Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related
characteristics which might not be obvious from visual inspection. These safety features and the
protection they provide could be lost if a replacement component differs from the original. This holds
true, even though the replacement may be rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
7. Components critical for safety are indicated in the parts list with symbols shown below. Use only
replacement components that have the same ratings, especially for flame resistance and dielectric
specifications. A replacement part that does not have the same safety characteristics as the original
may create shock, fire, or other safety hazards.
Lithium battery precautions
The Main PWBA is provided with a lithium Cell designated BAT1. Observe the following precautions:
There could be a danger of explosion if the battery is subject to forced discharge or reverse voltage.
The battery must only be replaced with the same type.
The battery should only be replaced at a service centre not at a customer location
The replacement battery must be the same type and manufacturer as the original.
Lithium batteries contain substances which are subject to control and should not be opened, crushed or
burned during disposal.
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Précautions
1. Vérifier que tous les dispositifs de protection intégrés sont en place. Replacer les panneaux de protection manquants.
2. Lors de la réinstallation du châssis et des différentes pièces, veiller à bien replacer tous les dispositifs
de protection, y compris les boutons de contrôle et les couvercles de compartiment.
3. Avertissement relatif aux modifications de conception : Ne jamais modifier la structure mécanique ou
électrique de cet équipement (en ajoutant, par exemple, des connecteurs auxiliaires, etc.). De telles
transformations et modifications annuleraient la garantie du constructeur.
4. Tout composant, pièce ou câblage ayant été exposé à une surchauffe ou endommagé d’une
quelconque autre façon doit être remplacé par une pièce Xerox. Toujours déterminer la cause du
dommage ou de la surchauffe et éliminer les risque potentiels.
5. Examiner le câblage initial, aux abords notamment des arêtes coupantes, de l’alimentation en courant
alternatif et haute tension et toujours s’assurer qu’aucun fil n’est coincé, déplacé ou endommagé. Ne
pas modifier l’espacement des composants et de la carte de circuit imprimé.
6. Sécurité produit : Certaines pièces mécaniques et électriques présentent des caractéristiques de
sécurité particulières qui peuvent ne pas être évidentes à l’oeil nu. Ces caractéristiques de sécurité et
la protection qu’elles assurent risquent de disparaître si un composant de rechange différent du
composant d’origine est utilisé. Ceci est vrai même dans le cas où la pièce de rechange serait
destinée à un voltage, à un ampérage, etc., supérieur.
7. Les composants essentiels pour la sécurité sont indiqués dans la liste des pièces par les symboles
décrits ci-dessous. Utiliser uniquement des composants de rechange présentant les mêmes
caractéristiques assignées, surtout en matière de tenue à la flamme et de spécifications diélectriques.
Une pièce de rechange ne présentant pas les mêmes caractéristiques de sécurité que la pièce
d’origine peut provoquer des accidents : électrocution, incendie, et autres dangers pour la sécurité.
Précautions relatives aux piles au Lithium
La carte PWBA est équipée d'une pile au lithium identifiée BAT1. Observez les précautions suivantes :
Il existe un risque d'explosion si la pile est l'objet d'une alimentation forcée ou d'un voltage inversé.
Une pile ne doit être remplacée que par une de même type.
La pile ne doit être remplacée que dans un Centre de maintenance et non chez le client.
Les piles de remplacement doivent être de même type et fabrication que celles d'origine.
Les piles au Lithium contiennent des substances qui nécessitent des contrôles et ne doivent pas
être ouvertes, écrasées ou brûlées.
Precauzioni
1. Accertari che non manchino dispositivi di protezione. Rimettere in sede eventuali coperture di
protezione mancanti.
2. Durante l’installazione di coperture e gruppi, accertarsi che siano presenti tutti i dispositivi di
protezione, comprese manopole di controllo e coperture nelle diverse aree.
3. Avvertenza: non modificare la struttura meccanica o elettrica della macchina, quali connettori ausiliari,
ecc. Eventuali modifiche o alterazioni renderanno nullo il certificato di garanzia del produttore.
4. Componenti, parti e cablaggio che appaiono surriscaldati o danneggiati vanno sostituiti da parti di
ricambio Xerox. Stabilire la causa del problema e intervenire in modo adeguato per evitare che si
ripresenti.
5. Mantenere il percorso originale del cablaggio, in particolare in prossimità di bordi, per CA e
alimentazione elettrica ad alta tensione. Verificare che il cablaggio non sia strozzato, fuori sede o
consumato. Non alterare lo spazio tra i componenti e la scheda del circuito stampato.
6. Avviso sulla sicurezza del prodotto: alcuni componenti elettrici e meccanici possiedono delle funzioni
di sicurezza non sempre ovvie durante l’ispezione visiva. Queste funzioni possono non essere più
attive se un componente viene sostituito con uno diverso dall’originale. Questo vale anche se le parti
di ricambio hanno specifiche più elevate, ad esempio, di alta tensione, potenza nominale, ecc.
7. I componenti per la sicurezza più importanti sono riportati nell’elenco delle parti di ricambio con i
simboli illustrati qui di seguito. Utilizzare solo componenti con gli stessi valori, in particolare per quanto
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riguarda i valori di resistenza al calore e le specifiche dielettriche. Una parte di ricambio con funzioni di
sicurezza diverse dalla parte originale può causare condizioni di pericolo quali scosse elettriche e
incendi.
Precauzioni della batteria al litio
La PWBA (scheda a circuito stampato) principale è fornita di una batteria al litio (BAT1).
Osservare le precauzioni riportate di seguito.
La batteria può esplodere se soggetta ad una forzata discarica o tensione inversa.
Sostituire la batteria ESCLUSIVAMENTE con una dello stesso tipo.
Sostituire la batteria presso un centro di assistenza tecnica e accertarsi che la batteria di sostituzione sia
dello stesso tipo e marca dell’ originale.
Le batterie al litio contengono sostanze soggette a controllo e non devono essere aperte, frantumate o
bruciate durante l’ eliminazione.
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen
1. Darauf achten, dass alle Sicherheitsvorrichtungen vorhanden sind. Evtl. fehlende
Sicherheitsabdeckungen einbauen.
2. Beim Zusammenbau von Komponenten und Gehäuse alle Sicherheitsvorrichtungen sowie
Steuerknöpfe und Abdeckungen installieren.
3. Bauartänderungen: keinerlei Änderung an der mechanischen oder elektrischen Bauart des Geräts, z.
B. durch Installation von Zusatzanschlüssen, durchführen. Bei solchen Änderungen wird die Garantie
des Herstellers ungültig.
4. Komponenten oder Kabel/Drähte, die überhitzt oder anderweitig beschädigt sind, müssen durch
Ersatzteile von Xerox ersetzt werden. Die Ursache einer Überhitzung muss immer gesucht und
entsprechende Gefahrenquellen beseitigt werden.
5. Kabelbaum, Netzkabel und Hochspannungskabel besonders in der Nähe scharfer Kanten auf
Schäden und Positionsänderungen überprüfen. Der Abstand zwischen Komponenten und der
Leiterplatte darf nicht geändert werden.
6. Gerätesicherheit: Einige elektrische und mechanische Komponenten verfügen über bestimmte, nicht
sichtbare, Sicherheitsmerkmale. Werden Komponenten durch solche anderer Bauart ersetzt, bieten
diese ggf. nicht denselben Gefahrenschutz wie die Originalkomponenten. Das gilt auch dann, wenn
die Ersatzteile für eine höhere Spannung ausgelegt sind, o. Ä.
7. Für die Betriebssicherheit wichtige Komponenten sind in der Teileliste mit dem unten gezeigten
Symbol gekennzeichnet. Es dürfen nur Ersatzteile mit der gleichen Sicherheitsauslegung,
insbesondere mit den gleichen dielektrischen und flammhemmenden Spezifikationen, verwendet
werden. Bei Einbau einer Komponente mit einer anderen Sicherheitsauslegung als der des Originals
bestehen Stromschlag-/Brand- und weitere Sicherheitsrisiken.
Lithiumbatterie
Das Haupt-PWBA enthält eine Lithiumbatterie (BAT1). Folgende Hinweise beachten:
Bei Rückspannung oder erzwungener Entladung besteht Explosionsgefahr.
Die Batterie darf nur durch eine Batterie gleichen Typs ersetzt werden.
Die Batterie darf nur im Kundendienstzentrum, nicht aber im Haus des Kunden, ersetzt werden.
Die Ersatzbatterie muss vom gleichen Typ und Hersteller sein, wie das Original.
Lithiumbatterien müssen den vorschriftmäßig entsorgt werden.
Precauciones
1. Asegúrese de que todos los dispositivos de protección incorporados están en su sitio. Restaure las
cubiertas protectoras que falten.
2. Al reinstalar el chasis y los ensamblajes, asegúrese de restaurar todos los dispositivos de protección,
incluyendo mandos de control y cubiertas de compartimientos.
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3. Aviso de alteración del diseño: Nunca altere o agregue nada al diseño mecánico o eléctrico de este
equipo, como conectores auxiliares, etc. Tales alteraciones y modificaciones anularán la garantía del
fabricante.
4. Los componentes, piezas y cables que parezcan haber sufrido sobrecalentamiento o daños de otro
tipo deben reemplazarse por piezas de repuesto de Xerox. Siempre determine la causa del daño o
sobrecalentamiento y corrija cualquier tipo de riesgo potencial.
5. Observe la ruta original de los mazos de cables, especialmente cerca de bordes afilados, CA y
alimentaciones eléctricas de alto voltaje. Siempre inspeccione si los cables están pellizcados, fuera de
lugar o pelados. No cambie el espacio entre los componentes y la tarjeta de circuito impreso.
6. Aviso de seguridad del producto: Algunas piezas eléctricas y mecánicas tienen características
especiales relacionadas con la seguridad que pueden pasar desapercibidas a una inspección visual.
Estas funciones de seguridad y la protección que proporcionan podría perderse si un componente de
repuesto difiere del original. Esto es verdadero, aunque la pieza de repuesto admita un voltaje o vatios
más altos, etc.
7. Los componentes críticos para la seguridad se indican en la lista de piezas con símbolos mostrados
debajo. Use sólo componentes de repuesto que tengan los mismos valores, sobre todo en cuanto a
resistencia al fuego y especificaciones dieléctricas. Una pieza de recambio que no tenga las mismas
características de seguridad que la original puede producir una descarga, fuego u otros riesgos de
seguridad.
Precauciones con la batería de litio.
El PWBA principal tiene una batería de litio denominada BAT1. Observe las precauciones siguientes:
Podría producirse peligro de explosión si la batería se ve sometida a descarga forzada o tensión inversa.
La batería solamente debe cambiarse por otra del mismo tipo.
La batería debe cambiarse solamente en un centro de servicio y no donde el cliente.
Las baterías de litio contienen substancias sujetas a control y no deben abrirse, aplastarse ni
quemarse para deshacerse de ellas.
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2. Service Call Procedures
SCP 1 Initial Actions
The Service Call Procedures section is used to identify a suspected problem with the machine.
Start a service call with Initial Actions and end with SCP 6 Final Actions.
Initial Actions are used to gather information of the machine performance.
Procedure
Warning
Switch off the power to the machine and disconnect the power cord from the outlet while performing tasks that do not need the electricity on. Electricity can cause death or injury.
NOTE: Ignore any references in this manual to options not installed on the machine.
NOTE: If the machine is equipped with FAX, do not service or interrupt power until the jobs in the FAX
Queue are completed, or the FAXs in the queue may be lost.
1. Take note of symptoms, error messages or error codes.
2. Ask the operator to describe or demonstrate the problem.
3. If the problem is the result of incorrect operator action, refer the operator to the user documentation.
4. Make sure that:
a. The power cord is connected to the wall outlet and to the machine.
b. Documents are not loaded.
c. Paper is loaded correctly and all paper trays and covers are closed.
d. The telephone line cable is connected correctly between the line socket and the wall jack.
e. The telephone line is good.
f. Connection cable between the machine and any computer or computer network is correctly connected and in good condition.
5. Check the machine service log book for any previous actions that may be relevant to the call.
6. Either perform SCP 2 First Call Actions or SCP 3 Normal Call Actions.
SCP 2 First Call Actions
First Call Actions are used for the first service call.
Procedure
Perform the following:
1. Check the machine configuration with the customer. Check that all required hardware and software is
installed and / or enabled.
2. Check that all the relevant machine settings are correctly entered.
3. If a fault is present, go to SCP 3 Normal Call Actions. If there is no fault present, go to SCP 6 Final
Actions.
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SCP 3 Normal Call Actions
Normal Call Actions are used to determine the reason for the service call.
Procedure
NOTE: If an error message appears at any time. Refer directly to the error code tables in 1-1 Error Codes
RAP, and perform the procedure.
Perform the Following:
1. Review any defective print or copy samples.
2. If the LCD is completely blank, switch off the machine. Wait 10 seconds. Switch on the machine. If the
LCD is still blank, go to 7-6 Malfunction, No Power (LCD or LED).
3. If connected to a network, verify with the customer, that it is permissible to disconnect the machine
from the network.
4. Check and record the total number of images made by the machine.
5. Make a note of any parts requiring cleaning or replacement, refer to 7-1 Preventative Maintenance.
6. Go to SCP4 Fault Analysis.
SCP 4 Fault Analysis
Fault Analysis is used to identify a fault.
Procedure
Exercise the machine in all modes until the fault is determined.
Perform the following:
• If an error message is displayed, go to 7-2 Diagnostics.
• If an image defect is evident, go to 7-3 Scanner.
• If there are problems in sending or receiving FAXs, go to 7-4 FAX.
• If a print defect is evident, go to 7-5 Print Quality.
• If the machine is malfunctioning, go to 7-6 Malfunction.
• When the fault is corrected, go to SCP 5 Final Actions.
SCP 5 Final Actions
Final Actions are used to evaluate the total operation of the system and to identify the actions required to
complete the service call.
Procedure
Complete the following:
• Perform any remaining cleaning or replacement actions, referred to in SCP 3.
• Exercise the machine in all modes, making copies and / or prints from all trays, utilising the ADF
and the document glass.
• If necessary, make a proof copy of a customer document.
• Remove and destroy any copies of test patterns.
• Provide customer training if required.
• If any of the customers selections were changed, return them to the customers preferred settings.
• Complete all administrative tasks.
Ensure the machine and service area are clean before leaving the customer premises.
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3. Precautions
Follow these ESD precautions to prevent equipment damage.
1. Certain semiconductor devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly called “Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices”, or ESDs. Examples of typical ESDs are: integrated circuits, some field effect transistors, and semiconductor “chip” components.
The techniques outlined below should be followed to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by static electricity.
CAUTION
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
2. Before handling a semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by using the standard Xerox ESD protection kit, which should be
removed for your personal safety reasons prior to applying power to the machine.
3. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESDs, place the assembly on the conductive mat
of the ESD kit, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup in the vicinity of the assembly.
4. Use only a grounded tip soldering iron to solder or de-solder ESDs.
Use only an “anti-static” solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “antistatic” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
5. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. When sprayed, these can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective packaging until immediately before installing it.
Most replacement ESDs are packaged with all leads shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum
foil, or a comparable conductive material.
7. Immediately before removing the protective shorting material from the leads of a replacement ESD,
touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
8. Maintain continuous electrical contact between the ESD and the assembly into which it will be
installed, until completely plugged or soldered into the circuit.
9. Minimize bodily motions when handling un-packed replacement ESDs. Normal motions, such as the
brushing together of clothing fabric and lifting one’s foot from a carpeted floor, can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ESD.
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Specifications
4. Specifications
4-1 WorkCentre Pro 412 Specifications
4-1-1 Printer
Printing method
Laser scanning unit + electro photography
Print speed
12 PPM (Letter size, 5% area coverage)
Resolution
True 600 X 600 DPI
Emulation
PCL6
Operation system
Windows 95/98/2000/NT 4.0/Win-ME/XP
Interface
IEEE1284 (Nibble/ECP)
USB (Windows 98/2000 only, without HUB mode)
Source of Light
Laser diode (LSU)
Feed method
Cassette type and multi-purpose tray
Feed direction
FISO (front-in side-out)
Paper
Size
Normal paper: A4, letter, legal, B5
Executive, A5
Envelope: normal envelope
Length: 149 to 356mm (5.87 to 14 inches)
Width: 100 to 216mm (3.94 to 8.5 inches)
Weight: For MPF, 60 to 90gsm (16 to 24 bond/xerographic)
For cassette, 60-163 gsm (16 to 40 bond/xerographic)
Paper capacity
MPF: 100 sheets (based on 80gsm, 20 lb.)
Cassette: 550 sheet (based on 80gsm, 20 lb.)
Paper stacker capacity
Face Down: 250 Sheets (80gsm, 20 lb.)
Warming up time
Stand-by: 20 seconds
First printing time
Power save mode: 30 seconds
Minimum PC spec
Pentium II 300 MHz, 64MB RAM
Duplex printing
Yes
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4-1-2 Facsimile
Machine type
Desk top
Applicable line
G3 PSTN
Compatibility
ITU Group 3
Data coding
MH/MR/MMR/JPEG (colour FAX transfer)
FAX Mode
Standard, fine, super fine, halftone
Modem speed
33,600 bps
Transmission speed
Approx. 3 sec.
Effective scanning width
208 mm (8.2 inches)
Memory
4 M Byte
Halftone
256 levels
Automatic document feeder
30 pages (75gsm)
LCD
16 characters x 2 lines
4-1-3 Scanner
Operation System
Windows 95/98/2000/NT 4.0/Win-ME
Interface
IEEE 1284 (ECP Support), USB (without HUB Mode)
Compatibility
TWAIN standard, WIA
Device
Color CCD (charge coupled device) module
Scan width
Max.: 216 mm (8.5 inches), effective: 208 mm (8.2 inches)
Color depth
Internal 36 bit, external 24 bit
Optical resolution (H x V)
600 x 600 dpi
Interpolation resolution
Max. 4800 dpi
Pre-scan mode
Yes, 75 dpi
Scan speed
Mono: 1.25 msec/line, Color: 5 msec/line
(Pentium II 300MHz, 64MB Memory)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Specifications
4-1-4 Copier
Copy mode
B/W
Scanner type
CCD, Flat-bed with automatic document feeder
Maximum original size
A4/letter
Maximum paper size
A4/letter/legal
Maximum scan width
216 mm (8.5 inches)
Optical resolution
600 x 600 dpi
Copy quality
Text/photo/mixed
Paper type selection
Plain, label, card stock, index, transparency
Mono copy speed (Note 1)
Platen (SDMP): 12 cpm
ADF (SDMP): 12 cpm
ADF (MDPS): text/mixed:6.6 cpm, photo: 3.3cpm
Effective print-edge margin
Top: 4mm, bottom: 4mm, each side: 4mm (0.16 inches)
Multi copy
999 pages (memory multi copy: mono fast mode only)
Zoom Rate
Platen: 25% ~ 400% (1% step)
ADF: 25% ~ 100% (1% step)
Fixed reduction/enlargement settings
100%, autofit, clone
Contrast control
5 steps
FCOT (platen/ADF)
9.8sec(300 dpi), 18sec(600dpi)
Note 1:
Speed claims based on the test chart: Printed spdtst.sam(mono)/letter size.
SDMP = single document multiple printout
MDSP = multiple document single printout
4-1-5 Power Supply
Power rating
AC 110V to 127V ± 15% 50/60Hz ± 3Hz,
AC 220V to 240V ± 15% 50/60Hz ± 3Hz
Power consumption
Average. 300W
Power saving consumption
Average. 30W
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
4-3
Specifications
4-1-6 Dimension
Machine size (W x D x H)
554.5x 433.9 x 459.1 mm (21.8 x 17 x 18 inches)
Machine weight
About 23 Kg (50.6 pounds) with CRU
4-1-7 Packaging
Power cord
1ea (USA standard, ivory)
IEEE 1284 cable
No
USB cable
1ea
CD-ROM
1ea
Cartridge
Drum CRU 1EA, toner CRU 1EA
Manual
1vol.
4-1-8 Environmental Condition
Absolute storage
Recommended operating
condition
Temperature-
20 to 40 degrees C (68 to 104 degrees F)
Humidity
10% RH to 95% RH
Temperature
6 to 30 degrees C (43 to 86 degrees F)
Humidity
30% RH to 70% RH
4-1-9 Machine Life
Product life
5 years
Product life in pages
150,000 printing pages (A4 size, 5% area coverage)
Maximum monthly duty cycle
2,500 printing pages (A4 size, 5% area coverage)
4-4
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Specifications
4-2 FaxCentre F12 Specifications
Specifications are correct at the time of printing. Product specifications are subject to change without
notice. See below for product specifications.
4-2-1 General Specifications
Type of Unit
Desktop
Operation System
Win95/98/ME/ NT /2000/XP
Duplex Printing
Yes (Default)
Interface
IEEE1284 (Nibbel/ECP)
USB (without HUB mode)
CPU
66 MHz (KS32C61200)
Emulation
PCL6
Warming up Time
41 Sec. (Stand-By), 25°C
Absolute Storage Condition
Temperature: -20°C ~ 40°C,
Humidity: 10% RH ~ 95% RH
Operating Condition
Temperature: 10°C ~ 32°C,
Humidity: 20% RH ~ 80% RH
Recommended Operating Condition
Temperature: 16°C ~ 30°C,
Humidity: 30% RH ~ 70% RH
Dimension (W X D X H)
560 X 433 X 459 mm (22 x 17 X 18 inches)
Weight
About 22.5 Kg (49.5 pounds) with CRU
Acoustic Noise
Less than 56/47 dB (Copy/Printing mode)
Power Rating
AC 100VAC ~ 127VAC ± 15%, 50/60Hz ± 3Hz
Power Consumption
Average. 320W (No load Condition)
Power Save Consumption
Average. 25W
Minimum System Requirement
Pentium II 233 Mhz, 64 MB RAM, 120MB (Hard Disk)
Recommended System Requirement
Pentium II 400Mhz, 128 MB RAM, 220MB (Hard Disk)
LCD
16 characters X 2 lines
Memory
4 Mbyte for flash Memory, 20 Mbyte for DRAM
Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle
2500 pages/month
Engine Life
150,000 pages
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Specifications
4-2-2 Printer Specifications
Printing Method
Laser Scanning Unit + Electro Photography
Speed
Single Side: 12 PPM
(Letter Size, 5% Character Pattern)
Duplex: 7.5 Images/Min. (Letter Size, 5% Character Pattern)
Source of Light
LSU (Laser Scanning Unit)
Duplex Printing
Yes (Default)
Resolution (Horizontal X Vertical)
True 600 X 600 DPI, 1200 DPI Class
Feed Method
Cassette Type, By Pass Tray,
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Feed Direction
FISO (Front-In Side-Out)
Paper Capacity (Input)
Cassette: 550 Sheets
By Pass Tray: 100 Sheets (based on 80gsm, 20lb)
Optional Paper Tray: 550 Sheets
Paper Capacity (Output)
Face Down: 250 Sheets
Effective Print Width
203 ± 1mm (8 inch)
4-2-3 Facsimile Specification
Standard Recommendation
ITU-T Group3 (ITU: International Telecommunications Union)
Application Circuit
PSTN or behind PABX
(PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network.
PABX: Private Automatic Branch Exchange)
Data coding (Compression)
MH/MR/MMR/JBIG (transmission) JPEG (transmission)
Modem speed
33600/28800/14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
Transmission Speed
Approximately 3 sec. (33,600 bps)
Effective Scanning Width
208 mm (8.2 inches)
Halftone
256 Levels
Paper Capacity (Input)
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder): 50Sheets (80gsm)
FAX Mode
Standard /Fine/Super Fine
Memory
6.5 MB
4-6
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Specifications
4-2-4 Scanner Specification
Type
Sheet fed (with ADF)
Speed
Mono: 1.25 msec/line, Color: 5 msec/line
Device
Color CIS (Contact Image Sensor) Module
Interface
IEEE1284 (ECP Support)
USB (without HUB Mode)
Compatibility
TWAIN Standard, WIA
Optical Resolution (H X V)
300 X 300 dpi
Halftone
256 Levels
Effective Scan width
208 mm (8.2 inches)
4-2-5 Copy Specification
Mode
B/W
Quality
Text/Photo/Mixed
Mono Copy Speed(1)
ADF (MDSP): Text/mixed: Approx. 7 cpm
: Photo:
Approx. 3 cpm
Optical Resolution (H x V)
300 X 300 dpi
Multi Copy
999 pages
Maximum Original Size
Legal
Maximum Page Size
Legal
Paper Type Selection
Plain, Legal, Card stock, Transparency
Zoom Range
ADF: 25~200% (1% step)
NOTE:
(1) Speed claims based on the test chart: Letter size.
SDMP: Single Document Multiple Printout
MDSP: Multiple Document Single Printout
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Specifications
4-2-6 Telephone Specification
1Touch Dial
50 EA (1~25, shift key + 26~50)
Speed Dial
200 EA
Tone/Pulse
Tone only user mode Tone/Pulse selectable in tech mode.
4-2-7 Consumables
Type
Life
4-8
Separate type
(Toner Cartridge / Drum Cartridge)
Toner Cartridge
6,000 sheets
(5% coverage pattern, simplex normal mode)
Drum Cartridge
15,000 sheets
(simplex normal mode)
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Specifications
4-3 WorkCentre M15/M15i Specifications
Specifications are correct at the time of printing. Product specifications are subject to change without
notice. See below for product specifications.
4-3-1 General Specifications
Type of Unit
Desktop
Operation System
Win95/98/ME/ NT4.0/2000/XP
Duplex Printing
Yes(Default)
Interface
IEEE1284(Nibbel/ECP)
USB(without HUB mode)
CPU
120 MHz(ARM 946ES)
Emulation
PCL6
Warming up Time
30 Sec (Stand-By), 25°C
Absolute Storage Condition
Temperature : -20°C ~ 40°C,
Humidity : 10% RH ~ 95% RH
Operating Condition
Temperature : 10°C ~ 32°C,
Humidity : 20% RH ~ 80 % RH
Recommended Operating Condition
Temperature : 16°C ~ 30°C,
Humidity : 30% RH ~ 70% RH
Dimension(W X D X H)
560 X 433 X 459 mm
Weight
About 22.5 Kg(with CRU)
Acoustic Noise
Less than 56/50 dB(Copy/Printing mode)
Power Rating
AC 100VAC ~ 127VAC ± 15 %, 50/60Hz ± 3Hz
AC 220VAC ~ 240VAC ± 15 % , 50/60Hz ± 3Hz
Power Consumption
Avg. 320Wh
Power Save Consumption
Avg. 35Wh
Recommended System Requirement
Pentium IV 1.2Ghz, 128 MB RAM, 220MB(Hard Disk)
Minimum System Requirement
Pentium II 400Mhz, 64 MB RAM, 120MB(Hard Disk)
LCD
16 characters X 2 lines
Memory
4 Mbyte for flash Memory , 16 Mbyte for SDRAM
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Specifications
4-3-2 Printer Specifications
Printing Method
Laser Scanning Unit + Electro Photography
Speed
Single Side : 15 PPM
(Letter Size, 5% Character Pattern)
Duplex : 7.5 IPM
(Images/Min) (Letter Size, 5% Character Pattern)
Source of Light
LSU(Laser Scanning Unit)
Duplex Printing
Yes(Default)
Resolution(Horizontal X Vertical)
True 600 X600 DPI , 1200 DPI Class
Feed Method
Cassette Type , By Pass Tray,
ADF(Automatic Document Feeder)
Feed Direction
FISO(Front-In Side-Out)
Paper Capacity(Input)
Cassette : 550 Sheets
By Pass Tray : 100 Sheets(based on 80gsm, 20lb)
Paper Capacity(Output)
Face Down : 250 Sheets
Effective Print Width
203 ± 1mm (8 inch)
4-10
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Specifications
4-3-3 Facsimile Specification
Standard Recommendation
ITU-T Group3(ITU : International Telecommunications Union)
Application Circuit
PSTN or behind PABX
(PSTN : Public Switched Telephone Network.
PABX : Private Automatic Branch Exchange)
Data coding(Compression)
MH/MR/MMR/JPEG(Transmission)
Modem speed
33600 /14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
Transmission Speed
Approximately 3 sec(33,600 bps)
Effective Scanning Width
8.2 inches(208 mm)
Halftone
256 Levels
Paper Capacity(Input)
ADF(Automatic Document Feeder) : 30Sheets(80gsm/20lb)
FAX Mode
Standard /Fine/Super Fine/Halftone
Memory
4MB
4-3-4 Scanner Specification
Type
Flatbed(with ADF)
Speed
Mono : 1.2 msec/line, Color : 2.5 msec/line
Device
Color CCD(Charge Coupled Device) Module
Interface
IEEE1284(ECP Support)
USB(without HUB Mode)
Compatibility
TWAIN Standard
Optical Resolution(H X V)
600 X 600 dpi
Interpolation Resolution
Max. 4800 dpi
Halftone
256 Levels
Effective Scan width
8.2 inches(208 mm)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Specifications
4-3-5 Copy Specification
Mode
B/W
Quality
Text/Photo/Mixed
Mono Copy Speed(1)
Platen(SDMP) : 15 cpm
ADF (SDMP) : 15 cpm
ADF (MDSP) : Text/mixed : Approx. 7.5 cpm
: Photo
: Approx. 3 cpm
Optical Resolution (H x V)
600 X 600 dpi
Multi Copy
999 pages
Maximum Original Size
Legal
Maximum Page Size
Legal
Paper Type Selection
Plain , Legal , Cardstock , Transparency
Zoom Range
Platen : 25 ~ 400%(1% Step)
ADF : 25~100 %(1% Step)
NOTE :
(1) Speed claims based on the test chart : Letter size.
• SDMP : Single Document Multiple Printout
• MDSP : Multiple Document Single Printout
4-3-6 Telephone Specification
Speed Dial
80EA
Tone/Pulse
Tone only user modeTone/Pulse selectable in tech mode.
4-3-7 Consumables
Type
Life
4-12
Separate type
(Toner Cartridge / Drum Cartridge)
Toner Cartridge
6,000 sheets
(5% coverage pattern, simplex normal mode)
Drum Cartridge
15,000 sheets
(simplex normal mode )
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5. Circuit Description
5-1 Main PBA (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
5-1-1 Summary
The main circuit that consists of CPU, MFP controller (built-in 32bit RISC processor core: ARM7TDMI)
including various I/O device drivers, system memory, scanner, printer, motor driver, PC I/F, and FAX transceiver controls the whole system. The entire structure of the main circuit is on the following page.
Block Diagram
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-1
Circuit Description
5-2 Main PBA (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
5-2-1 Summary
The main circuit that consists of CPU, MFP controller (built-in 32bit RISC processor core: ARM7TDMI)
including various I/O device drivers, system memory, scanner, printer, motor driver, PC I/F, and FAX transceiver controls the whole system. The entire structure of the main circuit is on the following page.
OPE
CN 2
CN8
4P
DEV
H
SUPPLY
V
V
BLADE
4P
CN 21
CN 5
CN 26
CN 13
4P
USB CABLE
22P
CN 22
CN 1
CN 20 CN 27 CN 30
CN 28 CN 3 CN 24
CN 29
MOTOR
DRIVER
+5V/+24V/+12V/+24Vs/Fuser
10P
DEV M OTO R
8P
FEED M O TOR
11P
LSU
2P
THERM ISTOR
3P
FAN1
3P
FAN1
3P
CN 23
2P
M AIN PBA
SMPS / HVPS
24P
CN 18
DEV CN T
C N10 CN 11
4P
CN 19 CN 17
HYPER
CN 25
2P
CN 19
PC N T
CN 7
OU T BIN FULL
OPC
ADF
CN 33 CN 4
SCF
16M B
C N15(100P)
CN 12
O ption
CN 14
SDRAM DIM M
8P
CN 31
FLAT M OTO R
CN 16
36P
15P D -SUB
D -SUB
CONN.
Flash DIM M
PS3 (2M B)
CN15(100P)
NetworkCARD
CENTRONICS
CABLE
CN6
M ICOM
- LCD Drive
- Key Scan
Platen
M
H
SCA N
LCD 20x2line
5P
T
DEV_ID
3P
TONER_TX
4P
TO NER_RX
2P
PTL
4P
CO VER OPEN
S/W
+24V /+5V
DADF MOTOR
10P
PAPER SENSOR
POS,DET
3P x 2EA
CCD M O DULE
External
Auditron
3P
3P
TRANSFORMER
6P
600//600
2P
2P
14P
2P
Tx:Rx
LIN E
SO LENO ID
PAPER
SEN SO R
PICK_UP,DUPLEX,M P
IN T ERFAC E
MODEM
EXT_PHONE
SEPRATING
PART
EXTERNAL
PHONE
INTERFACE
PART
LIU
LINE1
EXTERNAL
PHONE
FEED+P.E M P,EXIT,M P
Block Diagram
5-2
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3 Circuit Operation
5-3-1 Clock
1) System Clock (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre 12)
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
20MHz
• KS32C61200 RISC PROCESSOR: drives PLL internally and uses 60MHz.
1) System Clock (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
12MHz
• ARM946ES RISC PROCESSOR: drives PLL internally uses 120MHz and external Bus uses 60 MHz.
2) Video Clock (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre 12)
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
45.3928 MHz
• Fvd = ((PAPER 1SCAN LINE sending time * SCAN effective late /1SCAN LINE DOT #)*4
=(600dpi*600dpi*58.208mm/s*216mm*4)/(25.4mm*25.4mm*76.1%) = 28.697MHz.
•PAPER 1SCAN LINE sending time = SCAN LINE interval/DOCUMENT SPEED (58.208mm/S)
•1SCAN LINE DOT # = MAZ SCAN distance (216mm) *DOT # per 1mm.
2) Video Clock (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
57.0167MHz
• Fvd =((PAPER 1SCAN LINE sending time * SCAN effective late /1SCAN LINE DOT #)*4
=(600dpi*600dpi*58.208mm/s*216mm*4)/(25.4mm*25.4mm*76.1%)=28.697MHz
•PAPER 1SCAN LINE sending time=SCAN LINE interval/DOCUMENT SPEED (58.208mm/S)
•1SCAN LINE DOT #=MAZ SCAN distance(216mm)*DOT# per 1mm
3) USB Clock
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
48MHz
4) PM-22 Clock (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre 12)
Device
Oscillator
Frequency
66MHz
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-3
Circuit Description
5-3-2 Power on/off Reset (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre 12)
1) Signal Operation
Input Signal
Output Signal
• Power on/off detect
+5V Power Line (VCC)
KS32C61200 nRESET 29F800B nRESET
VCC RISING/FALLING 4.5°¦4.6V
Reset time (Td)
1.48 to 1.52ms
• Td = (Ct*V sensing)/I charge (...Ct = 33µF, Is = 100µA)
2) Timing Chart
5-3-3 Power on/off Reset (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
1) Signal Operation
Input Signal
Output Signal
+3.3V Power Line (VCC)
ARM946ES nRESET and 29LU16ø
• POWER ON/OFF DETECT VCC RISING/FALLING 4.5°¦4.6V
Reset Time (Td)
1.48 to 1.52ms
• Td = (Ct*V sensing)/I charge (...Ct=33µF, Is=100µA)
2) Timing Chart
MCLK
nRESET
20 MCLK
20 MCLK
5.461 ms
(65535 MCLK)
nPWRGD
HICLK
CLK falling
reRESETn
5.461 ms
RESETn
(65535 MCLK)
15 HCLK
5-4
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-4 RISC Microprocessor (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
1) RISC microprocessor pin & interface
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-5
Circuit Description
5-6
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-7
Circuit Description
5-8
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-9
Circuit Description
5-10
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-11
Circuit Description
5-12
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-4 RISC Microprocessor (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
1) RISC microprocessor pin & interface (SPGPm)
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
B1
1
SD15
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[15]
BD8TARP_TC
C2
2
VSS_PLL1
-
VSS for Core PLL
-
D2
3
VDD_PLL1
-
VDD for Core PLL (1.8V)
-
D3
4
DATA0 / GPI1
I/O
ROM Bus Data[0] / GPI[1]
BD8TRP_FT
E4
5
MCLK
I
Core PLL Clock Input (12MHz)
TLCHT_TC
C1
6
DATA6 / GPI7
I/O
ROM Bus Data[6] / GPI[7]
BD8TRP_FT
D1
7
DATA1 / GPI2
I/O
ROM Bus Data[1] / GPI[2]
BD8TRP_FT
E3
8
DATA5 / GPI6
I/O
ROM Bus Data[5] / GPI[6]
BD8TRP_FT
E2
9
VDD_RING_OSC
-
VDD for Ring Oscillator (1.8V)
-
E1
10
DATA3 / GPI4
I/O
ROM Bus Data[3] / GPI[4]
BD8TRP_FT
F3
11
DATA9 / GPI10
I/O
ROM Bus Data[9] / GPI[10]
BD8TRP_FT
G4
12
GND
-
GROUND_RING
-
F2
13
DATA8 / GPI9
I/O
ROM Bus Data[8] / GPI[9]
BD8TRP_FT
F1
14
DATA7 / GPI8
I/O
ROM Bus Data[7] / GPI[8]
BD8TRP_FT
G3
15
DATA12 / GPI13
I/O
ROM Bus Data[12] / GPI[13]
BD8TRP_FT
G2
16
DATA11 / GPI12
I/O
ROM Bus Data[11] / GPI[12]
BD8TRP_FT
G1
17
DATA10 / GPI11
I/O
ROM Bus Data[10] / GPI[11]
BD8TRP_FT
H3
18
DATA4 / GPI5
I/O
ROM Bus Data[4] / GPI[5]
BD8TRP_FT
H2
19
DATA15 / GPI16
I/O
ROM Bus Data[15] / GPI[16]
BD8TRP_FT
H1
20
DATA14 / GPI15
I/O
ROM Bus Data[14] / GPI[15]
BD8TRP_FT
J4
21
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
J3
22
DATA19
I/O
ROM Bus Data[19]
BD8TRP_FT
J2
23
DATA18
I/O
ROM Bus Data[18]
BD8TRP_FT
J1
24
DATA17
I/O
ROM Bus Data[17]
BD8TRP_FT
K2
25
DATA16
I/O
ROM Bus Data[16]
BD8TRP_FT
K3
26
DATA22
I/O
ROM Bus Data[22]
BD8TRP_FT
K1
27
DATA13 / GPI14
I/O
ROM Bus Data[14] / GPI[14]
BD8TRP_FT
L1
28
DATA20
I/O
ROM Bus Data[20]
BD8TRP_FT
L2
29
DATA21
I/O
ROM Bus Data[21]
BD8TRP_FT
L3
30
DATA25
I/O
ROM Bus Data[25]
BD8TRP_FT
L4
31
DATA26
I/O
ROM Bus Data[26]
BD8TRP_FT
M1
32
DATA23
I/O
ROM Bus Data[23]
BD8TRP_FT
M2
33
DATA24
I/O
ROM Bus Data[24]
BD8TRP_FT
M3
34
DATA29
I/O
ROM Bus Data[29]
BD8TRP_FT
M4
35
DATA30
I/O
ROM Bus Data[30]
BD8TRP_FT
N1
36
DATA27
I/O
ROM Bus Data[27]
BD8TRP_FT
N2
37
DATA28
I/O
ROM Bus Data[28]
BD8TRP_FT
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
N3
38
VDD_ARM
-
VDD for ARM
-
P1
39
DATA31
I/O
ROM Bus Data[31]
BD8TRP_FT
P2
40
DATA2 / GPI3
I/O
ROM Bus Data[2] / GPI[3]
BD8TRP_FT
R1
41
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
P3
42
nROMCS2
O
ROM Bank2 Select_n
B4TR_TC
R2
43
nRD
O
ROM Bus Read_n
B4TR_TC
T1
44
nROMCS0
O
ROM Bank0 Select_n
B4TR_TC
P4
45
nROMCS3 / nIOCS3 /
GPO1
O
ROM Bank3 Select_n / IO Bank3
Select_n / GPO[1]
B4TR_TC
R3
46
nWR
O
ROM Bus Write_n
B4TR_TC
T2
47
nROMCS1
O
ROM Bank1 Select_n
B4TR_TC
U1
48
ADDR12
O
ROM Bus Addr[12]
B8TR_TC
T3
49
ADDR10
O
ROM Bus Addr[10]
B8TR_TC
U2
50
ADDR13
O
ROM Bus Addr[13]
B8TR_TC
V1
51
ADDR15
O
ROM Bus Addr[15]
B8TR_TC
T4
52
ADDR11
O
ROM Bus Addr[11]
B8TR_TC
U3
53
ADDR14
O
ROM Bus Addr[14]
B8TR_TC
V2
54
ADDR16
O
ROM Bus Addr[16]
B8TR_TC
W1
55
ADDR19
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[19]
BD8TRP_TC
V3
56
ADDR17
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[17]
BD8TRP_TC
W2
57
ADDR20
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[20]
BD8TRP_TC
Y1
58
nIOCS0
O
IO Bank0 Select_n
B4TR_TC
W3
59
ADDR21
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[21]
BD8TRP_TC
Y2
60
nIOCS1
O
IO Bank1 Select_n
B4TR_TC
W4
61
ADDR22
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[22]
BD8TRP_TC
V4
62
ADDR18
I/O
ROM Bus Addr[18]
BD8TRP_TC
U5
63
ADDR7
O
ROM Bus Addr[7]
B8TR_TC
Y3
64
VDD_CORE
O
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
Y4
65
nIOCS2 / nDACK0 /
GPO2
O
IO Bank2 Select_n / DMA IO Bank0
ACK_n / GPO[2]
B4TR_TC
V5
66
ADDR1
O
ROM Bus Addr[1]
B8TR_TC
W5
67
ADDR8
O
ROM Bus Addr[8]
B8TR_TC
Y5
68
ADDR9
O
ROM Bus Addr[9]
B8TR_TC
V6
69
ADDR4
O
ROM Bus Addr[4]
B8TR_TC
U7
70
ADDR6
O
ROM Bus Addr[6]
B8TR_TC
W6
71
ADDR2
O
ROM Bus Addr[2]
B8TR_TC
Y6
72
ADDR3
O
ROM Bus Addr[3]
B8TR_TC
V7
73
ADDR5
O
ROM Bus Addr[5]
B8TR_TC
W7
74
VDD_ARM
-
VDD for ARM Hard Macro(1.8V)
-
Y7
75
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
V8
76
EINT0 / TnRST
I
Ext. Interrupt0 / TAP Controller Reset_n
SCHMITT_FT
5-14
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
W8
77
EINT1 / TCK
I
Ext. Interrupt1 / TAP Controller Clock
SCHMITT_FT
Y8
78
EINT2 / nRXD2 / TMS
I
Ext. Interrupt2 / UART RX DATA[2] / TAP
Controller Mode Select
SCHMITT_FT
U9
79
EINT3 / nTXD2 /
GPO9
I/O
Ext. Interrupt3 / UART TX Data[2] /
GPO[9]
BD4STRP_FT
V9
80
nRxD0
I
UART RX Data[0]
SCHMITT_FT
W9
81
nRxD1 / GPI17 / TDI
I
UART RX Data[1] / GPI[17] / TAP Controller Data In
SCHMITT_FT
Y9
82
nTxD0
O
UART TX Data[0]
B4TR_TC
W10
83
TESTMODE
I
TESTMODE (Nomal : 0)
SCHMITT_TC
V10
84
nTxD1 / GPO10 / TDO
O
UART Tx Data[1] / GPO[10] / Tap Controller Data Out
B4TR_TC
Y10
85
TESTSE
I
TESTSE (Normal : 0)
SCHMITT_TC
Y11
86
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
W11
87
RXERR / GPI25
I
MAC RX Error / GPI[25]
SCHMITT_TC
V11
88
GND
-
GROUND_RING
-
U11
89
RX_DV / GPI20
O
MAC RX Data Valid / GPI[20]
SCHMITT_TC
Y12
90
RXD0 / GPI21
O
MAC RX Data[0] / GPI[21]
SCHMITT_TC
W12
91
nLFPHB1 / nPRINT
O
Motor Out B_n / Print Start_n
B4TR_TC
V12
92
nLFPHB0 / nCMSG
O
Motor Out B / Command Message_n
B4TR_TC
U12
93
nLFPHA0 / CCLK
O
Motor Out A / Communication Clock
B4TR_TC
Y13
94
RXD1 / GPI22
I
MAC RX Data[1] / GPI[22]
SCHMITT_TC
W13
95
VDO
O
Video Data Out
B8TR_TC
V13
96
SPD / nDREQ3
I/O
DIMM Detect / DMA REQ[3]_n
BD4SRTP_TC
Y14
97
nWAIT1 / CRS
I
Wait_n / MAC Carrier Sensor
SCHMITT_TC
W14
98
COL / EINT4
I
MAC Collision Detect / Ext. Interrupt4
SCHMITT_TC
Y15
99
TX_EN
O
MAC TX Enable
B4TR_TC
V14
100
MDIO
I/O
MAC Management Data Inout
BD4STRUQP_TC
W15
101
TXD3 / GPO14
O
MAC TX Data[3] / GPO[14]
B4TR_TC
Y16
102
TXD2 / GPO13
O
MAC TX Data[2] / GPO[13]
B4TR_TC
U14
103
MDC / GPO15
O
MAC Management Data Clock /
GPO[15]
B4TR_TC
V15
104
TXCLK / GPI18
I
MAC TX Clock(25MHz) / GPI[18]
SCHMITT_TC
W16
105
TXD1 / GPO12
O
MAC TX Data[1] / GPO[12]
B4TR_TC
Y17
106
PD4
I/O
Parallel Port Data[4]
BD4STRP_FT
V16
107
TXD0 / nIOCS3
O
MAC TX Data[0] / IO Bank3 Select_n
B4TR_TC
W17
108
RXD3 / GPI24
I
MAC RX Data[3] / GPI[24]
SCHMITT_TC
Y18
109
PD2
I/O
Parallel Port Data[2]
BD4STRP_FT
U16
110
PD6
I/O
Parallel Port Data[6]
BD4STRP_FT
V17
111
RXD2
I
MAC RX Data[2] / GPI[23]
SCHMITT_TC
W18
112
PWMOUT2
O
PWM Output[2]
B4TR_TC
Y19
113
VCLK
I
Video Reference Clock
TLCHT_TC
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-15
Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
V18
114
RXCLK / GPI19
I
MAC RX Clock(25MHz) / GPI[19]
SCHMITT_TC
W19
115
PD1
I/O
Parallel Port Data[1]
BD4STRP_FT
Y20
116
nINIT
I
Parallel Port Initialization_n
SCHMITT_FT
W20
117
VSS_ADC
-
VSS for ADC
-
V19
118
ATEST_OUT
O
ADC Test Output
ANA_TC
U19
119
AIN2
I
ADC Channel2 Input
ANA_TC
U18
120
AIN1
I
ADC Channel1 Input
ANA_TC
T17
121
AIN0
I
ADC Channel0 Input
ANA_TC
V20
122
VDD_ADC
-
Analog power for ADC (3.3V)
-
U20
123
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
T18
124
GND
-
GROUND_RING
-
T19
125
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
T20
126
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
R18
127
VBUS
I
USB Detect
SCHMITT_FT
P17
128
nLREADY / nEBSY
I
LSU Ready_n / Engine Busy_n
SCHMITT_FT
R19
129
nSELECTIN
I
Parallel Port Select Input_n
SCHMITT_FT
R20
130
LSUCLK / nCBSY /
GPO11
O
LSU Clock / Command Busy_n /
GPO[11]
B4TR_TC
P18
131
PD7
I/O
Parallel Port Data[7]
BD4STRP_FT
P19
132
PWMOUT1
O
PWM Output[1]
B4TR_TC
P20
133
PWMOUT0
O
PWM Output[0]
B4TR_TC
N18
134
nEMSG / nDACK3 /
PWMOUT3
I/O
Engine Message_n / DMA ACK[3]_n /
PWM Output[3]
BD4STRP_FT
N19
135
nFSYNC / nLFPHA1
I/O
Frame Sync_n / Motor Out A_n
BD4STRP_FT
N20
136
nHSYNC
I
Line Sync_n
SCHMITT_FT
M17
137
nSTROBE
I
Parallel Port Data Strobe_n
SCHMITT_FT
M18
138
PD5
I/O
Parallel Port Data[5]
BD4STRP_FT
M19
139
nWAIT0 / PDE
I/O
Wait_n / Parallel Port Data Enable
BD4STRP_TC
M20
140
nIOCS5 / nSCS4 /
GPO3 / TONEOUT
O
DRAM Bank4 / IO Bank5 Select_n /
GPO[3] / Tone Pulse Out
BD8TARP_TC
L19
141
PD3
I/O
Parallel Port Data[3]
BD4STRP_FT
L18
142
nFAULT
O
Parallel Port Fault_n
B4TR_TC
L20
143
nDREQ0 / GPI0 /
ADDR23
I/O
DMA REQ[0]_n / GPI[0] / ADDR[23]
BD4STRP_TC
K20
144
nRESET
I
External Reset_n Input
SCHMITT_TC
K19
145
PERROR
O
Parallel Port Paper Error
B4TR_TC
K18
146
nAUTOFD
I
Parallel Port Auto Feed_n
SCHMITT_FT
K17
147
nDACK2 / DQM7 /
GPO5
O
DMA ACK[2]_n / DQM[7] / GPO[5]
BD8TARP_TC
J20
148
nDREQ2 / DQM6 /
GPO6
I/O
DMA REQ[2]_n / DQM[6] / GPO[6]
BD8TARP_TC
5-16
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
J19
149
nDREQ1 / DQM4 /
GPO8
I/O
DMA REQ[1]_n / DQM[4] / GPO[8]
BD8TARP_TC
J18
150
VDD_CORE
-
VDD for CORE (1.8V)
-
J17
151
nSCS0
O
SDRAM Bank0 Select_n
BD8TARP_TC
H20
152
nSCS2
O
SDRAM Bank2 Select_n
BD8TARP_TC
H19
153
nCAS
O
SDRAM Column Address Select_n
BD8TARP_TC
H18
154
nSCS1
O
SDRAM Bank1 Select_n
BD8TARP_TC
G20
155
nIOCS4 / nSCS3 /
GPO4
O
IO Bank4 / SDRAM Bank3 Select_n /
GPO[4]
BD8TARP_TC
G19
156
BUSY
O
Parallel Port Busy
B4TR_TC
F20
157
PD0
I/O
Parallel Port Data[0]
BD4STRP_FT
G18
158
SLCT_OUT
O
Parallel Port Selection Out
B4TR_TC
F19
159
nACK
O
Parallel Port Acknowledge_n
B4TR_TC
E20
160
nDACK1 / DQM5 /
GPO7
O
DMA ACK[1]_n / DQM[5] / GPO[7]
BD8TARP_TC
G17
161
nRSTOUT / CLKOUT /
GPO0
O
Internal Reset_n Out / Internal System
Clock Out / GPO[0]
B8TR_TC
F18
162
SA7
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[7]
BD8TARP_TC
E19
163
SA9
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[9]
BD8TARP_TC
D20
164
VDD_USB
-
VDD for USB Hard Macro (1.8V)
-
E18
165
SA10
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[10]
BD8TARP_TC
D19
166
SA12
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[120
BD8TARP_TC
C20
167
BA0
O
SDRAM Bus Bank Select Addr[0]
BD8TARP_TC
E17
168
nRAS
O
SDRAM Row Address Select_n
BD8TARP_TC
D18
169
DQM2
O
SDRAM Bus DQM[2]
BD8TARP_TC
C19
170
DQM1
O
SDRAM Bus DQM[1]
BD8TARP_TC
B20
171
BA1
O
SDRAM Bus Bank Select Addr[1]
BD8TARP_TC
C18
172
DQM0
O
SDRAM Bus DQM[0]
BD8TARP_TC
B19
173
DQM3
O
SDRAM Bus DQM[3]
BD8TARP_TC
A20
174
RREF
I/O
USB PHY Register Reference
ANA_FT
A19
175
VSSL
-
VSS for Deserialisation Flip flops
-
B18
176
VDDL
-
VDD for Deserialisation Flip flops (1.8V)
-
B17
177
VSSB
-
VSS for buffers
-
C17
178
DMNS
I/O
USB2 DATA-
ANA_FT
D16
179
DPLS
I/O
USB2 DATA+
ANA_FT
A18
180
VDD3_USB
-
VDD for USB1.1 FS compliance (3.3V)
-
A17
181
VSSC
-
VSS for DLL and Xor tree
-
C16
182
VDDC
-
VDD for DLL and Xor tree (1.8V)
-
B16
183
VDDB
-
VDD for buffers (1.8V)
-
A16
184
VDD_USB
-
VDD for USB Hard Macro (1.8V)
-
C15
185
UCLK
I
USB PLL Input Clock (12MHz)
TLCHT_TC
D14
186
VSS_PLL2
-
VSS for USB PLL
-
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-17
Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
B15
187
VDD_PLL2
-
VSS for USB PLL (1.8V)
-
A15
188
SA11
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[11]
BD8TARP_TC
C14
189
SA6
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[6]
BD8TARP_TC
B14
190
SA5
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[5]
BD8TARP_TC
A14
191
SA8
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[8]
BD8TARP_TC
C13
192
SA3
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[3]
BD8TARP_TC
B13
193
SA2
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[2]
BD8TARP_TC
A13
194
SA4
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[4]
BD8TARP_TC
D12
195
SA0
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[0]
BD8TARP_TC
C12
196
SA1
O
SDRAM Bus Addr[1]
BD8TARP_TC
B12
197
CKE
O
SDRAM Clock Enable
BD8TARP_TC
A12
198
nWE
O
SDRAM Write Enable_n
BD8TARP_TC
B11
199
SD30
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[30]
BD8TARP_TC
C11
200
SD31
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[31]
BD8TARP_TC
A11
201
SD29
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[29]
BD8TARP_TC
A10
202
SD25
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[25]
BD8TARP_TC
B10
203
SD26
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[26]
BD8TARP_TC
C10
204
SD27
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[27]
BD8TARP_TC
D10
205
SD28
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[28]
BD8TARP_TC
A9
206
SD21
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[21]
BD8TARP_TC
B9
207
SD22
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[22]
BD8TARP_TC
C9
208
SD23
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[23]
BD8TARP_TC
D9
209
SD24
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[24]
BD8TARP_TC
A8
210
SD18
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[18]
BD8TARP_TC
B8
211
SDCLK0
O
SDRAM Clock Output0
BD8TARP_TC
C8
212
SD20
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[20]
BD8TARP_TC
A7
213
SD14
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[14]
BD8TARP_TC
B7
214
SD19
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[19]
BD8TARP_TC
A6
215
SD11
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[11]
BD8TARP_TC
C7
216
SD16
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[16]
BD8TARP_TC
B6
217
SDCLK1
O
SDRAM Clock Output1
BD8TARP_TC
A5
218
SD12
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[12]
BD8TARP_TC
D7
219
SD17
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[17]
BD8TARP_TC
C6
220
SD13
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[13]
BD8TARP_TC
B5
221
SD8
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[8]
BD8TARP_TC
A4
222
SD5
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[5]
BD8TARP_TC
C5
223
SD9
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[9]
BD8TARP_TC
B4
224
SD6
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[6]
BD8TARP_TC
A3
225
SD3
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[3]
BD8TARP_TC
D5
226
SD10
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[10]
BD8TARP_TC
5-18
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
Ball No
Pin No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PAD
C4
227
SD7
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[7]
BD8TARP_TC
B3
228
SD4
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[4]
BD8TARP_TC
B2
229
SD1
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[1]
BD8TARP_TC
A2
230
SD0
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[0]
BD8TARP_TC
C3
231
SD2
I/O
SDRAM Bus Data[2]
BD8TARP_TC
2) RISC microprocessor pin & interface (CIP4)
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
1
GND2
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
2
NTEST
I
Nand Tree Test Mode Selection
pticd
-
3
TM
I
Global Test Mode Selection
pticd
-
4
TEST1
I
Test Mode Selection 1
pticd
-
5
GND17
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
6
TEST2
I
Test Mode Selection 2
pticd
-
7
XDACK1
I
DMA Acknowledge Signal 1
ptis
-
8
XDREQ1
O
DMA Request Signal 1
phob4
4mA
9
VDD1
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
10
XDACK2
I
DMA Acknowledge Signal 2
ptis
-
11
XDREQ2
O
DMA Request Signal 2
phob4
4mA
12
XDACK3
I
DMA Acknowledge Signal 3
ptis
-
13
XDREQ3
O
DMA Request Signal 3
phob4
4mA
14
nRESET
I
Global Reset
ptis
-
15
CLK_OUT
O
PLL Clock Out
phob12
12mA
16
GND3
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
17
XP
I
Clock Oscillation Input
phsoscm26
10~40MHz
18
XPOUT
O
Clock Oscillation Output
phsoscm26
10~40MHz
19
GNDD16
P
Vss Supply
vss2t_abb
-
20
FILTER*
O
PLL Filter Pump Out
poar50_abb
-
21
GND1
P
Vss Supply
vbb_abb
-
22
VDDA9,VDDD9
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2t_abb
-
23
GND24,GND33
P
Vss Supply
vss3t_abb
-
24
RTC_XO
O
RTC Clock Oscillation Output
poar50_abb
-
25
RTC_XI
I
RTC Clock Oscillation Input
piar50_abb
-
26
VDD8,VDD18
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3t_abb
-
27
IRQ
O
Interrupt Request Signal
phob4
4mA
28
nCS
I
CIP4 Chip Select
ptis
-
29
GND4
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
30
nRD
I
CIP4 CPU Read Control
ptis
-
31
nWR
I
CIP4 CPU Write Control
ptis
-
32
BA1
I
Bank Address Bus [1]
ptis
-
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
5-19
Circuit Description
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
33
BA0
I
Bank Address Bus [0]
ptis
-
34
GND19
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
35
A5
I
CPU Address Bus [5]
ptis
-
36
A4
I
CPU Address Bus [4]
ptis
-
37
A3
I
CPU Address Bus [3]
ptis
-
38
VDD2
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
39
A2
I
CPU Address Bus [2]
ptis
-
40
A1
I
CPU Address Bus [1]
ptis
-
41
A0
I
CPU Address Bus [0]
ptis
-
42
GND5
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
43
D31
B
CPU Data Bus [31]
phbst8
8mA
44
D30
B
CPU Data Bus [30]
phbst8
8mA
45
D29
B
CPU Data Bus [29]
phbst8
8mA
46
D28
B
CPU Data Bus [28]
phbst8
8mA
47
GND20
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
48
D27
B
CPU Data Bus [27]
phbst8
8mA
49
D26
B
CPU Data Bus [26]
phbst8
8mA
50
D25
B
CPU Data Bus [25]
phbst8
8mA
51
VDD11
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
52
D24
B
CPU Data Bus [24]
phbst8
8mA
53
D23
B
CPU Data Bus [23]
phbst8
8mA
54
D22
B
CPU Data Bus [22]
phbst8
8mA
55
D21
B
CPU Data Bus [21]
phbst8
8mA
56
GND6
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
57
D20
B
CPU Data Bus [20]
phbst8
8mA
58
D19
B
CPU Data Bus [19]
phbst8
8mA
59
D18
B
CPU Data Bus [18]
phbst8
8mA
60
GND21
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
61
D17
B
CPU Data Bus [17]
phbst8
8mA
62
D16
B
CPU Data Bus [16]
phbst8
8mA
63
D15
B
CPU Data Bus [15]
phbst8
8mA
64
D14
B
CPU Data Bus [14]
phbst8
8mA
65
VDD3
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
66
D13
B
CPU Data Bus [13]
phbst8
8mA
67
D12
B
CPU Data Bus [12]
phbst8
8mA
68
D11
B
CPU Data Bus [11]
phbst8
8mA
69
GND7
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
70
D10
B
CPU Data Bus [10]
phbst8
8mA
71
D9
B
CPU Data Bus [9]
phbst8
8mA
72
D8
B
CPU Data Bus [8]
phbst8
8mA
5-20
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
73
D7
B
CPU Data Bus [7]
phbst8
8mA
74
GND22
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
75
D6
B
CPU Data Bus [6]
phbst8
8mA
76
D5
B
CPU Data Bus [5]
phbst8
8mA
77
D4
B
CPU Data Bus [4]
phbst8
8mA
78
VDD12
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
79
D3
B
CPU Data Bus [3]
phbst8
8mA
80
D2
B
CPU Data Bus [2]
phbst8
8mA
81
D1
B
CPU Data Bus [1]
phbst8
8mA
82
D0
B
CPU Data Bus [0]
phbst8
8mA
83
GND8
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
84
TX_EN1
O
Motor Control Tx Enable 1
phob4
4mA
85
TX_EN2
O
Motor Control Tx Enable 2
phob4
4mA
86
TX_A
O
Motor Control Tx Channel A
phob4
4mA
87
TX_B
O
Motor Control Tx Channel B
phob4
4mA
88
GND23
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
89
nTX_A
O
Motor Control Tx Channel A
phob4
4mA
90
nTX_B
O
Motor Control Tx Channel A
phob4
4mA
91
MOTOR_POL
I
Motor Polarity
ptis
4mA
92
VDD4
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
93
PItg1
O
CIS/CCD PItg1 Signal
phob8
8mA
94
PI1
O
CIS/CCD PI1 Signal
phob8
8mA
95
PI2
O
CIS/CCD PI2 Signal
phob8
8mA
96
GND9
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
97
PIrs
O
CIS/CCD PIrs Signal
phob8
8mA
98
PIcp
O
CIS/CCD PIsh Signal
phob8
8mA
99
ADC_CLK
O
AFE ADC Clock
phob8
8mA
100
VDD13
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
101
CDS2_CLK
O
AFE CDS2 Clock
phob8
8mA
102
SCLK1
O
AFE SIO Sync. Clock
phob8
8mA
103
SLOAD1
O
AFE SIO Read/Write Control Signal
phob8
8mA
104
VDD10
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
105
SDO1
O
AFE SIO Serial Output 1
phob8
8mA
106
SDIO1
B
AFE SIO Serial Inout/Output 1
phbst8
8mA
107
SDIO2
B
AFE SIO Serial Inout/Output 2
phbst8
8mA
108
GND10
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
109
AFE_D9
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [9]
ptis
-
110
AFE_D8
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [8]
ptis
-
111
AFE_D7
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [7]
ptis
-
112
AFE_D6
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [6]
ptis
-
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
113
VDD5
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
114
AFE_D5
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [5]
ptis
-
115
AFE_D4
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [4]
ptis
-
116
AFE_D3
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [3]
ptis
-
117
GND25
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
118
AFE_D2
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [2]
ptis
-
119
AFE_D1
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [1]
ptis
-
120
AFE_D0
I
A/D Converted Data Bus [0]
ptis
-
121
GND11
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
122
SRAM_A15
O
SRAM Address Bus [15]
phob8
8mA
123
SRAM_A14
O
SRAM Address Bus [14]
phob8
8mA
124
SRAM_A13
O
SRAM Address Bus [13]
phob8
8mA
125
SRAM_A12
O
SRAM Address Bus [12]
phob8
8mA
126
VDD14
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
127
SRAM_A11
O
SRAM Address Bus [11]
phob8
8mA
128
SRAM_A10
O
SRAM Address Bus [10]
phob8
8mA
129
SRAM_A9
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
130
GND26
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
131
SRAM_A8
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
132
SRAM_A7
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
133
SRAM_A6
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
134
SRAM_A5
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
135
GND12
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
136
SRAM_A4
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
137
SRAM_A3
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
138
SRAM_A2
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
139
SRAM_A1
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
140
VDD6
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
141
SRAM_A0
O
SRAM Address Bus [9]
phob8
8mA
142
SRAM_nWR
O
SRAM Write Enable Signal
phob8
8mA
143
SRAM_D15
B
SRAM Data Bus [15]
phbst8
8mA
144
SRAM_D14
B
SRAM Data Bus [14]
phbst8
8mA
145
GND27
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
146
SRAM_D13
B
SRAM Data Bus [13]
phbst8
8mA
147
SRAM_D12
B
SRAM Data Bus [12]
phbst8
8mA
148
SRAM_D11
B
SRAM Data Bus [11]
phbst8
8mA
149
GND13
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
150
SRAM_D10
B
SRAM Data Bus [10]
phbst8
8mA
151
SRAM_D9
B
SRAM Data Bus [9]
phbst8
8mA
152
SRAM_D8
B
SRAM Data Bus [8]
phbst8
8mA
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
153
SRAM_D7
B
SRAM Data Bus [7]
phbst8
8mA
154
VDD15
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
-
155
SRAM_D6
B
SRAM Data Bus [6]
phbst8
8mA
156
SRAM_D5
B
SRAM Data Bus [5]
phbst8
8mA
157
SRAM_D4
B
SRAM Data Bus [4]
phbst8
8mA
158
GND28
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
159
SRAM_D3
B
SRAM Data Bus [3]
phbst8
8mA
160
SRAM_D2
B
SRAM Data Bus [2]
phbst8
8mA
161
SRAM_D1
B
SRAM Data Bus [1]
phbst8
8mA
162
SRAM_D0
B
SRAM Data Bus [0]
phbst8
8mA
163
GND14
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
-
164
GPO7/PItg2
O
General Purpose Output [7]
phob8
8mA
165
GPO6/RLED
O
General Purpose Output [6]
phob8
8mA
166
GPO5/GLED
O
General Purpose Output [5]
phob8
8mA
167
GPO4/BLED
O
General Purpose Output [4]
phob8
8mA
168
VDD7
P
Vdd Supply
vdd2i
-
169
GPO3/PItg3
O
General Purpose Output [3]
phob8
8mA
170
GPO2/PIsh
O
General Purpose Output [2]
phob8
8mA
171
GPO1/
LEVEL_SHIFT
O
General Purpose Output [1]
phob8
8mA
172
GPO0
O
General Purpose Output [0]
phob8
8mA
173
GND29
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
8mA
174
GPIO2B/AFE_D11
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [11]
phbst8
8mA
175
GPIO2A/AFE_D10
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [10]
phbst8
-
176
GPIO29/AFE_D9
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [9]
phbst8
8mA
177
GND30
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
8mA
178
GPIO28/AFE_D8
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [8]
phbst8
8mA
179
GPIO27/AFE_D7
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [7]
phbst8
8mA
180
GPIO26/AFE_D6
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [6]
phbst8
-
181
GPIO25/AFE_D5
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [5]
phbst8
8mA
182
VDD16
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
8mA
183
GPIO24/AFE_D4
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [4]
phbst8
8mA
184
GPIO23/AFE_D3
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [3]
phbst8
8mA
185
GPIO22/AFE_D2
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [2]
phbst8
8mA
186
GND15
P
Vss Supply
vss2i
8mA
187
GPIO21/AFE_D1
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [1]
phbst8
8mA
188
GPIO20/AFE_D0
B
General Purpose Input/Output 2 [0]
phbst8
8mA
189
GPIO1F/
SRAM_D15
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [15]
phbst8
8mA
190
GPIO1E/
SRAM_D14
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [14]
phbst8
-
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
No
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pad Type
Current drive
191
GND31
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
8mA
192
GPIO1D/
SRAM_D13
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [13]
phbst8
8mA
193
GPIO1C/
SRAM_D12
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [12]
phbst8
-
194
GPIO1B/
SRAM_D11
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [11]
phbst8
4mA
195
GPIO1A/
SRAM_D10
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [10]
phbst8
-
196
VDD17
P
Vdd Supply
vdd3op
197
GPIO19/
SRAM_D9
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [9]
phbst8
198
GPIO18/
SRAM_D8
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [8]
phbst8
199
GPIO17/
SRAM_D7
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [7]
phbst8
200
GND32
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
201
GPIO16/
SRAM_D6
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [6]
phbst8
-
202
GPIO15/
SRAM_D5
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [5
phbst8
-
203
GPIO14/
SRAM_D4
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [4]
phbst8
-
204
GPIO13/
SRAM_D3
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [3]
phbst8
-
205
GND18
P
Vss Supply
vss3op
-
206
GPIO12/
SRAM_D2
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [2]
phbst8
-
207
GPIO11/
SRAM_D1
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [1]
phbst8
-
208
GPIO10/
SRAM_D0
B
General Purpose Input/Output 1 [0]
phbst8
-
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-4-1 Specifications (FaxCentre F12 only)
This section presents the electrical and environmental specifications of the F12.
1) Power Ratings
Table presents the minimum and maximum power ratings and storage temperatures.
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max
Units
3.3 Volts Supply Voltage
VDD
-0.3
7.0
Volts
3.3_Volt
Oper.
VDDBIAS
VDD
3.6
Volts
5.0_Volt
Oper.
VDDBIAS
VDD
5.55
Volts
Input pin voltages for other
than VDD, VSS
Vin
-0.3
VDDBIAS +
0.3
Volts
DC Input Current
Iin
-10
+10
mAmps
Storage Temperature
Tas
-40
125
Degrees C
5.0_Volt Reference Level*
* VDDBIAS is connected to the system’s 5.0V supply to provide 5V
tolerance on I/O signal pins (including all inputs, outputs, and
bidirectional). in systems where 3.3V signaling only is used, connect VDDBIAS to a 3.3V supply.
2) Required Operation Conditions
Table presents the environmental specifications.
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max
Units
3.3 Volts Supply Voltage
VDD
3.0
3.6
Volts
5.0_Volt Reference Level*
VDDBIAS
4.75
5.25
Volts
Power Consumption at 66 MHz Operation
Pd
-
1.0
Watt
Operating Temperature
Tao
0
70
Degrees C
* VDDBIAS is connected to the system’s 5.0V supply to provide 5V
tolerance on I/O signal pins (including all inputs, outputs, and
bidirectional). in systems where 3.3V signaling only is used, connect VDDBIAS to a 3.3V supply.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
5-3-4-2 Electrical Specifications (FaxCentre F12 only)
This section provides the electrical specifications.
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max
Units
Input capacitance for all input only pins
Cin
0
10
pF
Input capacitance for all bidirectional
pins
Cio
0
15
pF
Input high voltage for all inputs
Vin
2.0
VDDBIAS
+0.3
Volts
Input low voltage for all inputs
Vil
GND -0.3
0.8
Volts
Output high voltage for all outputs
Voh
2.4
VDD
Volts
Output low voltage for all outputs
Vol
GND
0.4
Volts
Input current with input at VDD
Iih
-30
30
Input current with input at GND
Iil
-30
30
Tri-state output current with output at
VDD
Iozh
-100
100
Tri-state output current with output at
GND
Iozl
-100
100
Power supply current
Icc
0
95
µAµA
mA
DC Characteristics
Table presents the DC characteristics.
IMPORTANT: CLOCK pin timing is measured at TTL levels, not CMOS. The system CLOCK driver must
be configured correctly in order to ensure that duty cycle and Vil specifications are met.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
5-3-4-3 Pin Classification and Loading (FaxCentre F12 only)
Table describes the pin classification and loading of the signal pins. The capacitance column presents the
values used to derive the specification timing. The current columns present maximum values.
Name
Pins
Level Resis
tor
Type
Abbreviation/Description
Maximum Loading
Cap.
(pF)
Current (mA)
Vol
Voh
AGND
L
~
P
Analog Supply Return (Gnd.)
~
~
~
AVDD
H
~
P
Analog Power Supply Source
~
~
~
ALD[7:0]
8
H
H
1/3S
Alternate Data Output
50
4
4
CD[15:0]
16
H
H
1/3S
Command Data
50
8
8
CLOCK
1
H
~
I
System Clock
~
~
~
CLK_OU
T
1
H
~
3S
PLL Clock Test Output
CS
1
L
~
I
System Clock
~
~
~
DONE
1
H
~
O
Operation Done Flag
50
8
8
GND
23
N/A
~
P
Supply Return (Gnd.)
~
~
~
IBACK
1
L
~
I
Input Burst Active
~
~
~
I/D
1
H
~
I
Index/Data Control
~
~
~
ID[15:0]
16
H
~
1/3S
Input Data
~
~
~
IDACK
1
L
~
I
Input Data Strobe
~
~
~
IDREQ
1
H
~
3S
Input Data Request
50
8
8
IFRDY
1
H
~
I
Input Buffer Ready
~
~
~
IN_OVR
1
L
H
I
Buffer Overflow Alert
~
~
~
INT
1
L
~
OD
Interrupt Request
50
8
8
ISTRB
1
L
~
O
Input Buffer Strobe
50
4
4
LSYNC
1
H
~
O
Input Data Sync
50
4
4
NC
4
~
~
~
No Connect
~
~
~
OBACK
1
L
H
I
Output Burst Active
~
~
~
OD[15:0]
16
H
~
1/3S
Output Data
50
8
8
ODACK
1
L
H
I
Output Data Strobe
~
~
~
ODREQ
1
H
~
3S
Output Data Request
50
8
8
OFRDY
1
H
~
I
Output Buffer Ready
~
~
~
OSTRB
1
L
~
O
Output Buffer Strobe
50
4
4
PLL_BYP
1
H
~
I
Phase Locked Loop Bypass
~
~
~
RA[15:0]
16
H
~
O
RAM Address
50
4
4
RAMOE
1
L
~
O
RAM Output Enable
50
4
4
RAMWR
I
L
~
I
RAM Write Enable
50
4
4
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
Name
Pins
Level
Resi
stor
Type
Abbreviation/Description
Maximum Loading
Cap.
(pF)
Current (mA)
Vol
Voh
RD
1
L
~
I
Command Port Read
~
~
~
RD [7:0]
8
H
H
1/3S
RAM Data
50
4
4
RE [1:0]
2
L
~
O
RAM Enable
50
4
4
RESET
1
L
H
I
Chip Reset
~
~
~
TESTIN
1
H
~
I
Test Input
~
~
~
TESTOUT
1
H
O
Manufacturing Test Output
~
~
~
VDD
22
N/A
P
Power Supply Source
~
~
~
VDDBIA
S
1
N/A
WR
1
L
~
I
Command Port Write
~
~
~
RAMWR
I
L
~
I
RAM Write Enable
50
4
4
RD
1
L
~
I
Command Port Read
~
~
~
RD [7:0]
8
H
H
1/3S
RAM Data
50
4
4
RE [1:0]
2
L
~
O
RAM Enable
50
4
4
~
Input Reference Voltage
Pin Classification and Loading
• I: Input
• O: Output
• 3S: Tri-state output
• OD:Open drain output
• P:Power supply
Combinations indicate bidirectional pins.
An “H” in the Resistor column indicates the pad has an internal pull-up resistor. A tilde (~) indicates no
internal resistor.
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-5 Program ROM (Flash Memory) Control (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
1) Device
TYPE No.
AM29F800B
CAPACITY
4 Mbyte (512K * 16BITS * 4)
1) Device (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
TYPE No.
AM29LU160DB
CAPACITY
4 MBYTE (1MB * 16BITS * 2)
2) Programming
BEFORE ASS’Y
EPROM programmer or programming at the factory
AFTER ASS’Y
Download from PC
3) Operating Principle
When the RCSO(ROM CHIP SELECT) signal is activated from the CPU after the POWER is ON, it activates RD SIGNAL and reads the DATA(HIGH/LOW) stored in the FLASH MEMORY to control the overall
system. The FLASH MEMORY may also write. When turning the power on, press and hold the key (power
switch) for 2 - 3 seconds, then the LED will scroll and the PROGRAM DOWNLOAD MODE will be activated. In this mode, you can download the program through the parallel port.
Write Timing Diagram for Two Beat Burst Cycle
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
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Circuit Description
AC Characteristics (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Read Status Data (last two cycles)
Program Command Sequence (last two cycles)
tAS
tWC
Addresses
555h
PA
PA
PA
tAH
CE#
tCH
OE#
tWHWH1
tWP
WE#
tWPH
tCS
tDS
tDH
PD
A0h
Data
Status
DOUT
tBUSY
tRB
RY/BY#
tVCS
VCC
Notes:
1. PA = program address, PD = program data, DOUT is the true data at the program address.
2. Illustration shows device in word mode.
Figure 17.
Program Operation Timings
CE#
The falling edge of the last WE# signal
WE#
BYTE
tSET
(tAS)
tHOLD (tAH)
Note: Refer to the Erase/Program Operations table for tAS and tAH specifications.
Figure 16.
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BYTE# Timings for Write Operations
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-6 Dram Control (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
1) Device
Type No.
K4E6411D EDO type
Capacity
4Mbytes (1M*16BITS*2)
2) Operating Principle
DRAM can either read or write. The data can be stored in the DRAM only when the power is on. It stores
data white the CPU processes data. The address to read and write the data is specified by RAS SIGNAL
and CAS SIGNAL.DRAMWE*SIGNAL is activated when writing data and DRAMOE*SIGNAL, when reading. You can expand up to 64MBYTE of DRAM in this system.
DRAM Bank Configuration
1) Device (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
TYPE NO.
K4S
CAPACITY
16MBYTES (1M * 16BITS * 4Bank * 2)
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Circuit Description
2) Operating Principle (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
DRAM can either read or write. The data can be stored in the DRAM only when the power is on. It stores
data white the CPU processes data. The address to read and write the data is specified by RAS SIGNAL
and CAS SIGNAL. DRAMWE*SIGNAL is activated when writing data and DRAMOE*SIGNAL, when
reading. You can expand up to 64MBYTE of DRAM in this system.
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Start Address ~ End Address
Contents
0x00000000 ~ 0x00FFFFFF
ROM Bank0
0x01000000 ~ 0x01FFFFFF
ROM Bank1
0x02000000 ~ 0x02FFFFFF
ROM Bank2
0x03000000 ~ 0x03FFFFFF
ROM Bank3
0x04000000 ~ 0x0FFFFFFF
Unused
0x10000000 ~ 0x1FFFFFFF
Special Function Registers
0x20000000 ~ 0x20FFFFFF
I/O Bank0
0x21000000 ~ 0x21FFFFFF
I/O Bank1
0x22000000 ~ 0x22FFFFFF
I/O Bank2
0x23000000 ~ 0x23FFFFFF
I/O Bank3
0x24000000 ~ 0x24FFFFFF
I/O Bank4
0x25000000 ~ 0x25FFFFFF
I/O Bank5
0x26000000 ~ 0x26FFFFFF
DMA I/O Bank0
0x27000000 ~ 0x27FFFFFF
DMA I/O Bank1
0x28000000 ~ 0x28FFFFFF
DMA I/O Bank2
0x29800000 ~ 0x29FFFFFF
DMA I/O Bank3
0x2A000000 ~ 0x2FFFFFFF
Unused
0x30000000 ~ 0x30FFFFFF
RSH SRAM
0x31000000 ~ 0x31FFFFFF
HPVC SRAM
0x32000000 ~ 0x32FFFFFF
MOTOR SRAM
0x33000000 ~ 0x37FFFFFF
Unused
0x38000000 ~ 0x38FFFFFF
USB CSR & FIFO
0x39000000 ~ 0x390003FF
USB PLUG DETECT
0x38000500 ~ 0x3FFFFFFF
Unused
0x40000000 ~ 0x4FFFFFFF
SDRAM array0 (bank 0)
0x50000000 ~ 0x5FFFFFFF
SDRAM array1 (bank 1)
0x60000000 ~ 0x6FFFFFFF
SDRAM array2 (bank 2)
0x70000000 ~ 0x7FFFFFFF
SDRAM array3 (bank 3)
0x80000000 ~ 0xBFFFFFFF
SDRAM array0~4 (Mirror)
0xC0000000 ~ 0xC00007FF
MAC
0xC0000800 ~ 0xC0FFFFFF
Unused
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-6-1 FPM DRAM Reading Timing (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
Fast Page Mode DRAM can access the page mode. It can read consecutive cells by accessing the page
mode while accessing the burst. For FPM DRAM, the data are valid only when the nCAS is active.
While configuring the software, you must set the timing register of SFR considering the clock speed and
the DRAM spec.
FPM Read Timing Diagram
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
5-3-6-2 SDRAM DRAM read timing (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Basically the Extended Data Out DRAM is similar to Fast Page Mode DRAM. For FPM, the data are valid
only when the nCAS is active while reading the internal data, however, it has a latch that the data will
be continuously outputted even after the nCAS is inactivated.
While configuring the software, you must set the timing register of SFR considering the clock speed and
the DRAM spec.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
CLOCK
HIGH
CKE
*Note1
CS
RAS
*Note2
CAS
ADDR
RAa
RBb
RAa
RBb
CAa
RCc
CBb
RDd
CCc
CDd
BA 0
BA 1
A 10/AP
RCc
QAa0
CL=2
RDd
QAa1
QAa2
QBb0
QBb1
QBb2
QCc0
QCc1 QCc2
QDd0
QDd1
QDd2
QAa0
QAa1
QAa2
QBb0
QBb1
QBb2
QCc0
QCc2 QDd0
QDd1
DQ
CL=3
QCc1
QDd2
WE
DQM
Row Active
(A-Bank)
Read
(A-Bank)
Row Active
(B-Bank)
Read
(B-Bank)
Row Acive
(C-Bank)
Read
(C-Bank)
Precharge
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(C-Bank)
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(A-Bank)
Read
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(B-Bank)
:Don’tcare
* Note : 1. CS can be don’t cared when RAS, CAS and WE are hih at the clock high going dege.
2. To interrupt a burst read by row precharge, both the read and the precharge banks must be the
same.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-6-3 FPM DRAM Write Timing (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
FPM Write Timing Diagram
SFR Values Example for FPM
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
5-3-6-4 SDRAM write timing (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
CLOCK
HIGH
CKE
*Note1
CS
RAS
*Note2
CAS
ADDR
RAa
RBb
RAa
RBb
CAa
RCc
CBb
RDd
CCc
CDd
BA 0
BA 1
A 10/AP
RCc
QAa0
CL=2
RDd
QAa1
QAa2
QBb0
QBb1
QBb2
QCc0
QCc1
QCc2
QDd0
QDd1
QDd2
QAa0
QAa1
QAa2
QBb0
QBb1
QBb2
QCc0
QCc1
QCc2 QDd0
QDd1
DQ
CL=3
QDd2
WE
DQM
Row Active
(A-Bank)
Read
(A-Bank)
Row Active
(B-Bank)
Read
(B-Bank)
Row Acive
(C-Bank)
Read
(C-Bank)
Precharge
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(C-Bank)
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(A-Bank)
Read
(D-Bank)
Precharge
(B-Bank)
:Don’tcare
*Note : 1. To interrupt burst write by Row precharge, DQM should be asserted to mask invalid input data.
2. To interrupt burst wrige by Row precharge, both the write and the prechargebanks must be the
same.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-6-5 EDO DRAM Read Timing
Basically the Extended Data Out DRAM is similar to Fast Page Mode DRAM. For FPM, the data are valid
only when the nCAS is active while reading the internal data, however, it has a latch that the data will be
continuously outputted even after the nCAS is inactivated.
While configuring the software, you must set the timing register of SFR considering the clock speed and
the DRAM spec.
EDO Read Timing Diagram
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
5-3-6-6 edo DRAM Write Timing
FPM Write Timing Diagram
SFR Values Example for FPM
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-3-7 FS781 (Frequency Attenuator)
This system uses FS781 for the main clock for EMI suppression.
It spreads the source clock in a consistent bandwidth to disperse the energy gathered in order to attenuate
the energy.
The capacitor value of the loop filter (PIN 4) is set depending on the source clock used or the spread bandwidth. Refer to FS781 Spec. for detail.
5-3-8 USB (Universal Serial Bus)
NS’s USBN9602 is used as the interface IC and 48MHz clock is used.
When the data is received through the USB port, EIRQ1 SIGNAL is activated to send interrupt to CPU,
then it directly sends the data to DRAM by IOCS4* & DRAMA(11) SIGNAL through DRAMD (24;31).
5-3-9 SRAM; 32KB SRAM (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
It stores a variety of option data.
5-3-10 SRAM : 1MByte SRAM K6F1008U2C (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
It stores a variety of option data.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
5-3-11 FAX Transceiver
5-3-11-1 General
This circuit processes transmission signals of modem and between LIU and modem.
5-3-11-2 Modem (u44)
FM336 is a single chip fax modem. It has functions of DTMF detection and DTMF signal production as well
as functions of modem. TX A1, 2 is transmission output port and RX IN is received data input port. / POR
signal controlled by MFP controller (U3:KS32C61200) can initialize modem (/M_RST) without turning off
the system.
D0-D7 are 8-bit data buses. RS0-RS4 signals to select the register in modem chips. /RS and /WR signals
control READ and WRITE respectively. /IRQ is a signal for modem interrupt.
Transmission speed of FM336 is supported up to 33.6k.
The modem is connected to LINE through transformer directly.
WorkCentre Pro 412 & WorkCentre M15/M15i FAX Transceiver
FaxCentre F12 FAX Transceiver
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WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-4 Scanner
5-4-1 WorkCentre Pro 412 Scanner & WorkCentre M15/M15i Scanner
5-4-1-1 Summary
This flat-bed type device to read manuscripts has 600dpi CCD as an image sensor. There is one optical
sensor for detecting CCD home position and Scan-end position. The home position is detected by a optical
sensor which is attached to the CCD Module. The Scan-end position is calculated by the number of motor
steps.
CCD (WorkCentre Pro 412)
Contact Image Sensor improves productivity and allows a compact design.
This machine uses a color CCD.
• Minimum scan line time for one color: 5mS.
• Light source power: +12V.
• Maximum pixel frequency: 6 MHz.
• Effective sensor element: 5340 X 3.
• Clamp level: 0.7 to 0.8V.
• Bright output: min. 0.8V.
CCD (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Charge Coupled Device improves productivity and allows a compact design.
This machine uses a color CCD.
• Minimum Scan Line Time for One Color : 2.5mS.
• Light Source Power : +18V
• Maximum Pixel frequency : 10MHz
• Effective Sensor Element : 5340 X 3
• Clamp Level : 0.7 to 0.8V
• Bright Output : min 0.8V
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
DUOIP2 Block Diagram
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-4-1-2 Key Features
Overview
(1) 0.5µm C-MOS process (TLM), 208-PIN QFP, STD85 library.
(2) Frequency: 50 MHz.
(3) On-Chip oscillator.
(4) Method: Raster scanning method.
(5) Image Sauce: 300/400/600dpi CIS & CCD.
(6) Scanning Mode.
• color gray image: each 8 bits / RGB.
•
mono gray image: 8 bits / pixel.
• binary image: 1 bit / pixel (for text/photo/mixed mode).
(7) Maximum scanning width: A3, 600dpi (8K effective pixels).
(8) Ideal MSLT (A4, 600/300dpi).
• color gray image: 3x5Kx80nsec = 1.2msec (7/28 CPM).
• mono gray image: 1x5Kx80nsec = 0.4msec (21/84 CPM).
• binary image: 1x5Kx80nsec = 0.4msec (21/84 CPM).
(9) A/D conversion depth: 12bits.
5-4-2 FaxCentre F12 Scanner
5-4-2-1 Summary
This device to read manuscripts has 300 dpi CIS as an image sensor.
CCD
Contact Image Sensor
This machine uses a color CCD.
• Minimum Scan Line Time for One Color
• Light Source Power
• Maximum Pixel frequency
• Effective Sensor Element
• Clamp Level
• Bright Output
:
:
:
:
:
:
1.2 mS
+12 V
1.17 MHz
2574
1.4 V
2.6 V
5-4-2-2 Key Features
Overview
(1) 0.5µm C-MOS process (TLM), 208-PIN QFP, STD85 library
(2) Frequency: 50 MHz
(3) On-Chip oscillator
(4) Method: Raster scanning method
(5) Image Sauce: 300 dpi CIS
(6) Scanning Mode
• color gray image: each 8 bits / RGB
• mono gray image: 8 bits / pixel
• binary image: 1 bit / pixel (for text/photo/mixed mode)
(7) Maximum scanning width: A4, 300 dpi
(8) A/D conversion depth: 12bits
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
Pixel Processing Structure
• Minimum pixel processing time: 4 system clocks.
• High speed pipe-lined processing method.
(Shading correction, gamma correction, enlargement/reduction, and binarisation).
Shading Correction
(1) White shading correction support for each R/G/B.
(2) White shading data memory: 3x8Kx12bits = 288Kbits → 384Kbits (external).
(3) Black shading data memory: 3x8Kx12bits = 288Kbits → 384Kbits (external).
Gamma Correction
(1) Independent gamma table for each RGB component.
(2) Gamma table data memory: 3x1Kx8bits = 24Kbits (internal).
Binarisation (mono)
(1) 256 Gray’s halftone representation for photo document: 3x5 EDF (Error DifFusion) method proposed
by Stucki.
(2) LAT (Local Adaptive Thresholding) for text document:
• use of 5x5 LOCAL WINDOW (TIP ALGORITHM).
• ABC (Automatic Background Control): Tmin automatic change.
(3) Mixed mode processing for text/photo mixed document.
(4) EDF data memory: 2x4Kx16bits = 128Kbits (internal).
(5) LAT data memory: 4x4Kx16bits = 256Kbits (external).
Scaling of Input Image
(1) Scaling factor:
• Horizontal direction: 25 to 800% by 1% unit.
• Vertical direction: 25 to 100% by 1% unit.
(2) Scaling data memory: 2x8Kx8bits = 128Kbits (internal).
Intelligent scan motor controller
(1) Automatic acceleration/deceleration/uniform velocity.
(2) Data memory: 256x16bits = 4Kbits (internal).
Auto-Run
Automatic CLK_LINE (line processing start control) and •’TG (line scan start control) signal generation.
(1)Available re-synchronisation of øTG signal.
(2) programmable øTG’s period & CLK_LINE’s occurrence number.
Processed data output format in DTM (Data Transfer Module)
(1)DMA mode: Burst/On-demand mode.
(2) CDIP I/F: LINE_SYNC, PIXEL_SYSNC, PIXEL_DATA[7:0].
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
36 General Purpose Input/Output: 8(GPO), 28(GPIO)
Black/White reversion, and Image Mirroring support
External interface with CIP3 (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
(SPGPm)
CPU
SPGPm
External interface with CIP4 (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
Block diagram of CIP3 (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
AIN
PI_TG
AD C_REF T
PI 1
EXT SRAM
PI 2
ADC _REFB
12-bit
Sen so r
Shadi ng
Int erfac e
Ac qu isit io n
A/ D c onv erter
AFE_CIP4
Vert ic al
Shadi ng
D ec im at ion
C orrec t io n
SRAM
1 024 x 8
( R/G/ B)
SRA M_A[ 15:0]
Gam ma
SRA M_D[ 15: 0]
C orrec t io n
SRA M_nRD
SRA M_nWR
SRAM
8 192 x 8
( 2l ine)
Imag e
SRAM
Proc es s ing
256 x 8
Enlarge men t
Mo dule
/ Redu c t ion
SRAM
4 09 6 x16
(2 line )
IRQ
I nterrupt
Vp eak
Cont ro l
Cont ro l
Mo to r
Con tro l
TX_A, B
n TX_A, B
TX_EN1, EN2
D MA
n CS
CPU I/ F
CIP4
Mod ule
Regis ter
n RD
n WR
A [ 5 : 0]
D [ 15 : 0]
Int erf ac e
SRAM
1 024 x 8
n XDREQ
n XDACK
Block diagram of CIP4 (WorkCentre M15/M15i
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-4-3 Jbig compress & decompress
5-4-3-1 Block Diagram
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Circuit Description
5-5-1 Specifications
This section presents the electrical and environmental specifications of the FaxCentre F12.
1. Power Ratings
Table presents the FaxCentre F12’s minimum and maximum power ratings and storage temperatures.
Parameter
Symbol
3.3 Volts Supply Voltage
Min.
Max
Units
VDD
-0.3
7.0
Volts
3.3_Volt
Oper.
VDDBIAS
VDD
3.6
Volts
5.0_Volt
Oper.
VDDBIAS
VDD
5.55
Volts
Input pin voltages for other
than VDD, VSS
Vin
-0.3
VDDBIAS
+ 0.3
Volts
DC Input Current
Iin
-10
+10
mAmps
Storage Temperature
Tas
-40
125
Degrees
C
5.0_Volt Reference
Level*
* VDDBIAS is connected to the system’s 5.0V supply to provide 5V tolerance on I/O signal pins (including
all inputs, outputs, and bidirectional). in systems where 3.3V signaling only is used, connect VDDBIAS to a
3.3V supply.
2. Required Operation Conditions
Table presents the FaxCentre F12’s environmental specifications.
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max
Units
3.3 Volts Supply Voltage
VDD
3.0
3.6
Volts
5.0_Volt Reference Level*
VDDBIAS
4.75
5.25
Volts
Power Consumption at 66 MHz
Operation
Pd
-
1.0
Watt
Operating Temperature
Tao
0
70
Degrees
C
* VDDBIAS is connected to the system’s 5.0V supply to provide 5V tolerance on I/O signal pins (including
all inputs, outputs, and bidirectional). in systems where 3.3V signaling only is used, connect VDDBIAS to a
3.3V supply.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
5-5-1-1 Electrical Specifications
This section provides the PM-22’s electrical specifications.
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max
Units
Input capacitance for all input only
pins
Cin
0
10
pF
Input capacitance for all bidirectional pins
Cio
0
15
pF
Input high voltage for all inputs
Vin
2.0
VDDBIAS
+0.3
Volts
Input low voltage for all inputs
Vil
GND -0.3
0.8
Volts
Output high voltage for all outputs
Voh
2.4
VDD
Volts
Output low voltage for all outputs
Vol
GND
0.4
Volts
Input current with input at VDD
Iih
-30
30
Input current with input at GND
Iil
-30
30
Tri-state output current with output
at VDD
Iozh
-100
100
Tri-state output current with output
at GND
Iozl
-100
100
Power supply current
Icc
0
95
µAµA
mA
DC Characteristics
Table presents the PM-22’s DC characteristics.
IMPORTANT: CLOCK pin timing is measured at TTL levels, not CMOS. The system CLOCK driver must
be configured correctly in order to ensure that duty cycle and Vil specifications are met.
5-5-1-2 Pin Classification and Loading
Table describes the pin classification and loading of the FaxCentre F12’s signal pins. The capacitance column presents the values used to derive the specification timing. The current columns present maximum
values. Table uses the following notation for pin types:
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Circuit Description
Maximum Loading
Name
Pins
Leve Resi
Type Abbreviation/Description
l
stor
AGND
L
~
AVDD
H
~
8
H
16
ALD[7:0
]
CD[15:
0]
CLOCK
CLK_O
UT
CS
DONE
GND
IBACK
I/D
ID[15:0]
IDACK
IDREQ
IFRDY
IN_OV
R
INT
ISTRB
LSYNC
NC
OBACK
OD[15:
0]
ODACK
ODRE
Q
OFRDY
P
H
Analog Supply Return
(Gnd.)
P
Analog Power Supply
Source
1/3S Alternate Data Output
H
H
1
1
H
H
1
1
23
1
1
16
1
1
1
1
Cap
.
(pF)
Current (mA)
Vol
Voh
~
~
~
~
~
~
50
4
4
1/3S Command Data
50
8
8
~
~
I
3S
System Clock
PLL Clock Test Output
~
~
~
L
H
N/A
L
H
H
L
H
H
L
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
H
I
O
P
I
I
1/3S
I
3S
I
I
System Clock
Operation Done Flag
Supply Return (Gnd.)
Input Burst Active
Index/Data Control
Input Data
Input Data Strobe
Input Data Request
Input Buffer Ready
Buffer Overflow Alert
~
50
~
~
~
~
~
50
~
~
~
8
~
~
~
~
~
8
~
~
~
8
~
~
~
~
~
8
~
~
1
1
1
4
1
16
L
L
H
~
L
H
~
~
~
~
H
~
OD
O
O
~
I
1/3S
Interrupt Request
Input Buffer Strobe
Input Data Sync
No Connect
Output Burst Active
Output Data
50
50
50
~
~
50
8
4
4
~
~
8
8
4
4
~
~
8
1
1
L
H
H
~
I
3S
Output Data Strobe
Output Data Request
~
50
~
8
~
8
1
H
~
I
Output Buffer Ready
~
~
~
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Circuit Description
OSTRB
PLL_B
YP
RA[15:0
]
RAMO
E
RAMW
R
1
1
L
H
~
~
O
I
50
~
4
~
4
~
O
Output Buffer Strobe
Phase Locked Loop
Bypass
RAM Address
16
H
~
50
4
4
1
L
~
O
RAM Output Enable
50
4
4
I
L
~
I
RAM Write Enable
50
4
4
Maximum Loading
Name
RD
RD [7:0]
RE [1:0]
RESET
TESTIN
TESTOUT
VDD
VDDBI
AS
WR
RAMW
R
RD
RD [7:0]
RE [1:0]
Pins
Leve Resi
Type Abbreviation/Description
l
stor
1
8
2
1
1
1
L
H
L
L
H
H
~
H
~
H
~
I
1/3S
O
I
I
O
Command Port Read
RAM Data
RAM Enable
Chip Reset
Test Input
Manufacturing Test Output
Power Supply Source
Input Reference Voltage
22
1
N/A
N/A
~
P
1
L
~
I
I
L
~
I
1
8
2
L
H
L
~
H
~
I
Command Port Read
1/3S RAM Data
O
RAM Enable
Cap
.
(pF)
Current (mA)
Vol
Voh
~
50
50
~
~
~
~
4
4
~
~
~
~
4
4
~
~
~
~
~
~
Command Port Write
~
~
~
RAM Write Enable
50
4
4
~
50
50
~
4
4
~
4
4
< Pin Classification and Loading >
• I: Input
• O: Output
• 3S: Tri-state output
• OD:Open drain output
• P:Power supply
Combinations indicate bidirectional pins.
An “H” in the Resistor column indicates the pad has an internal pull-up resistor.
A tilde (~) indicates no internal resistor.
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5-6 Host Interface
Referred to IEEE 1284 standard.
5-6-1. Host Interface
PARALLEL PORT INTERFACE PART KS32C61200 enables the parallel interface with the PC. This part is
connected to the PC through a Centronics connector. It generates major control signals that are used to
actuate parallel communication. It is comprised of/ERROR, PE, BUSY, /ACK, SLCT, /INIT, /SLCTIN, /
AUTOFD and /STB. This part and the PC data transmission method support the method specified in
IEEE P1283 Parallel Port Standard (http://www.fapo.com/ieee1284.html). In other words, it supports both
compatibility mode (basic print data transmitting method), the nibble mode (4bit data; supports data
uploading to PC) and ECP (enhanced capabilities port: 8bits data - high speed two-way data transmission
with PC). Compatibility mode is generally referred to as the Centronics mode and this is the protocol used
by most PCs to transmit data to the printer. ECP mode is an improved protocol for the communication
between PC and peripherals such as printer and scanner, and it provides high speed two-way data communication. ECP mode provides two cycles in the two-way data transmission; data cycle and command
cycle. The command cycle has two formats; Run-Length Count and Channel Addressing. RLE (RunLength Count) has high compression rate (64x) and it allows real-time data compression that it is useful for
the printer and scanner that need to transmit large raster images. Channel Addressing was designed to
address multiple devices with single structure. For example, like this system, when the fax/printer/scanner
have one structure, the parallel port can be used for other purposes while the printer image is being processed.This system uses RLE for high speed data transmission. PC control signals and data send/
receive tasks such as PC data printing, high speed uploading of scanned data to PC, upload/download of
the fax data to send or receive and monitoring the system control signal and overall system from PC are all
processed through this part.
Compatibility Hardware Handshaking Timing
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ECP Hardware Handshaking Timing (forward)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The host places data on the data lines and indicates a data cycle by setting nAUTOFD.
Host asserts nSTROBE low to indicate valid data.
Peripheral acknowledges host by setting BUSY high.
Host sets nSTROBE high. This is the edge that should be used to clock the data into the Peripheral.
Peripheral sets BUSY low to indicate that it is ready for the next byte.
The cycle repeats, but this time it is a command cycle because nAUTOFD is low.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The host request a reverse channel transfer by setting nINIT low.
The peripheral signals that it is OK to proceed by setting PE low.
The peripheral places data on the data lines and indicates a data cycle by setting BUSY high.
Peripheral asserts nACK low to indicate valid data.
Host acknowledges by setting nAUTOFD high.
Peripheral sets nACK high. This is the edge that should be used to clock the data into the host.
Host sets nAUTOFD low to indicate that it is ready for the next byte.
The cycle repeats, but this time it is a command cycle because BUSY is low.
ECP Hardware Handshaking Timing (forward)
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Circuit Description
5-6-2 USB INTERFACE
5-6-2-1 Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Full-Speed USB Node Device.
USB transceiver.
3.3V signal voltage regulator.
48 MHz oscillator circuit.
Programmable clock generator.
Serial Interface Engine consisting of Physical Layer Interface (PHY) and Media Access Controller
(MAC), USB Specification 1.0 compliant.
Control/Status Register File.
USB Function Controller with seven FIFO-based End-points.
One bidirectional Control Endpoint 0 (8bytes).
Three Transmit Endpoints (2*32 and 1*64 bytes).
Three Receive Endpoints (2*32 and 1*64 bytes).
8-bit parallel interface with two selectable modes - non-multiplexed.
multiplexed (Intel compatible).
DMA support for parallel interface.
MICROWIRE/PLUS Interface.
28-pin SO package.
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Non-Multiplexed Mode Interface Block Diagram
Non-Multiplexed Mode Basic Timing Diagram
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5-7 Engine Controller
5-7-1 Fuser Control / Thermistor Circuit
This circuit controls the heat lamp temperature to fix the transferred toner on the paper. It is comprised of
the thermistor that has the negative resistance against the temperature and LM393 (voltage comparator) and transistor for switching.
The thermistor has the resistance value reverse proportional to the heat lamp surface temperature. The
voltage value is read by #60 pin(AVIN2) of CPU referring to the parallel combined resistance with the resistor(R43) connected parallel to it and the voltage distribution of R29. The voltage read activates (or de-activates) ‘fuser’ signal to high (or low) referring to the set temperature and when the ‘FUSERON’ signal turns
down (high) to low (high) by Q3 switching, the S21ME4 inside SMPS (PC3) turns on (off) and this eventually turns two-way thyristor(THY501) on (off) to allow (shut) AC voltage to the heat lamp.
LM393 is hardware designed to protect the system when the firmware that controls the heat lamp no
longer functions correctly. When the thermistor temperature goes beyond 210 degrees C, the level of pin
#1 (LM393) will turn low, which turns the ‘FUSERON’ signal to high. The LM393 will force the heat lamp off
by forcefully shutting off the power to Q3.
5-7-2 Paper Sensing Circuit
1) Cover Open Sensing
Cover open sensor is located on the right side of the printer. In case the right cover is open, it shuts
+5V (LSU laser unit) and +24V(main motor, polygon motor of fixer LSU and HVPS) that are supplied
to each unit. It detects the cover opening through CPU. In this case, the red LED of the OP
panel LED will turn on.
2) Paper Empty Sensing
The paper empty sensor (photo interruption), located inside bottom of the bin cassette detects
paper with the actuator connected to it and informs the CPU of whether there is paper. When there
is no paper in the cassette, the red LED of the OP panel LED will turn on to tell the user to fill the
cassette with paper.
3) Paper Feeding
When the paper is fed into the set and passes through the actuator of the feed sensor unit, transistor inside the photo interrupter will turn on, ‘nFEED’ signal will turn low and inform CPU that the
paper is currently fed into the system. CPU detects this signal and sprays video data after certain
time (related to paper adjustment). If the paper does not hit the feed sensor within certain time, CPU
detects this and informs as “Paper Jam0” (red LEDs on the OP panel will turn on).
4) Paper Exit Sensing
The system detects the paper going out of the set with the exit sensor assembled to the actuator
attached to the frame. If CPU does not turn back high a while after the paper hits the exit sensor,
CPU detects this and inform as “Paper Jam2” (red LEDs on the OP panel will turn on).
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5-7-3 LSU Circuit
1) Polygon Motor Unit (actuated by +24V)
The polygon motor inside LSU rotates by the ‘PMOTOR’ signal. When it reaches the motor constant
velocity section through the initial transient (transient response) section, it sends the ‘nLREADY’
signal to the CPU.
The ‘clock’ pin is the pin that receives clock of the required frequency when LSU uses external CLK
as the motor rotational frequency. Currently the external clock circuit is located in the HVPS and
1686Hz = 6.9083MHz (crystal frequency)÷212(74HC4060N IC), is used as the rotational frequency of the polygon motor.
2) Laser Unit (actuated by +5V)
After laser is turned on by ‘nLD_ON’ signal, it is reflected by 6 mirrors (polygon mirror) attached to
the polygon motor and performs scan in horizontal way.When the laser beam hits the corner of the
polygon mirror, it generates ‘nHSYNC’ signal (pulse) and the CPU forms the left margin of the image
using this signal (horizontal synchronous signal).
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the Laser unit.
5-7-4 Fan/Solenoid Actuation Circuit
The fan actuation circuit gets its power using NPN TR. When it receives ‘FAN’ signal from the CPU. The
TR will turn on to make the voltage supplied to the fan to 24V in order to actuate the fan.
The solenoid is actuated in the same way. When it receives control signal from the CPU, the solenoid for
paper feeding is actuated by switching circuit.
D29(1N4003) diode is applied to the both ends of the output terminal to protect Q22(KSC1008-Y) from
noise pulse induced while the solenoid is de-energized.
5-7-5 PTL Actuation Circuit
PTL actuation circuit switches its power using NPN TR.
5-7-6 Motor Actuation Circuit
Motor actuation circuit is determined while selecting the initial driver IC (provided by the vendor). This system uses TEA3718(U57, U58), A2918(U59)’s motor driver IC. However, the sensing resistance (R273,
R274, R292, R293) and reference resistance (R284, R289, R294, R295) can vary depending on the motor
actuation current value.
It receives motor enable signal (2 phase) from CPU and generates bipolar pulse (constant-current) and
sends its output to stepping motor input.
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Circuit Description
5-7-7 High Voltage Power Supply
5-7-7-1 Summary
It is the high voltage power supply that has DC+24V/DC+5V (used for the image forming device in OA digital picture developing method) as the rated inputs. It supplies electrifying voltage (MHV), supply voltage
(SUPPLY), developing voltage (DEV), blade voltage (BLADE) and transferring voltage (THV).
Each high voltage supply shows the voltage required in each digital picture process.
5-7-7-2 Digital Picture Process
Digital picture developing method is widely used by copy machine, laser beam printer and fax paper.
The process is comprised of electrification, exposure, develop, transfer and fixing.
First, in the electrification process, retain constant charge at approximately -900V for the electric potential
on the OPC surface by electrifying OPC drum at approximately -1.4KV through the electrification roller.
The electrified surface of OPC is exposed responding to the video data by the LSU that received print
command due to rotation. The unexposed non-video section will retain the original electric potential of 900V, but the electric potential of the image area exposed by LSU will be approximately -180V that it will
form the electrostatic latent image. The surface of the photo-conductive drum where the electrostatic latent
image is formed reaches the developer as the drum rotates. Then the electrostatic latent image formed on
the OPC drum is developed by the toner supplied to the developing roller by supplying roller and it is transformed into visible image. It is the process to change the afterimage on the OPC drum surface formed by
LSU into visible image by the toner particles.
While the supply roller energized with -450V by HVPS and the developer roller energized with -300V
rotate in the same direction, it keeps the toner particles between two rollers supplied to OPC drum in negative state by the friction between two rollers.
The toner supplied to the developer roller is biased to bias electric potential by the developer roller and
transferred to the developing area. After (-) toner is attached to the developer roller, it will move to the
exposed high electric potential surface (-180V) rather than to the unexposed low electric potential surface
(-900V) of the developer roller and OPC drum. Eventually the toner will not settle in the low electric potential surface to form the visible image.
Later, the OPC drum continues to rotate and reaches to transfer location in order to accomplish the transfer process.
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This process transfers the (-)toner on the transfer roller to the printing paper by the transfer roller. The ()toner attached to the OPC drum will be energized to hundreds to thousands of the (+)transfer voltage by
HVPS. The (+)electrostatic force of the transfer roller generated has higher adhesiveness than the (-)toner
OPC drum and thus it moves to the surface of the paper passing through the transfer roller.
The toner transferred to the paper with weak electrostatic force is fixed to the paper by the pressure and
heat of the fixer composed of pressure roller and heat roller.
The toner attached to the paper is melted by applying the heat (approximately 180°C) from the heat roller
and the pressure (approximately 4kg) from the pressure roller. After the fixing process, the paper is sent
out of the set to finish the printing process.
5-7-7-3. Organization of the Device
HVPS is comprised of electrification output unit, bias output unit and transfer output unit.
1) Input Unit.
2) Electrification Output (Enable) Unit: MHV (Main High Voltage).
3) Bias Output (Enable) Unit: DEV (Development Voltage)/Supply (Supply Voltage)/BLADE (Blade
Voltage).
4) Transfer ‘+’ Output (Enable) Unit: THV (+) (Transfer High Voltage(+)).
5) Transfer ‘-’ Output (Enable) Unit: THV (-) (Transfer High Voltage(-)).
6) Switching Unit.
7) Feedback Unit.
8) Regulation Unit.
9) Output Unit.
Electrification Unit Block-Diagram
Transfer Output Unit Block Diagram
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MHV Output unit Block Diagram
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5-7-7-4 MHV (Electrification Output Enable)
Electrification Output Enable is the electrification output control signal ’PWM-LOW ACTIVE’.
When MHV-PWM LOW signal is received, Q401 turns on and the steady voltage will be accepted to the
non-inverting terminal of OP-AMP 324. As the voltage higher than the inverting reference voltage of OPAMP, which is set to R405 and R406, OP-AMP output turns high. This output sends IB to the TRANS auxiliary wire through current-restricting resistance Q402 via R408 and C403 and Q402 turns on. When the
current is accepted to Q402, Ic increases to the current proportional to time through the T401 primary coil,
and when it reaches the Hfe limit of Q402, it will not retain the “on” state, but will turn to “off”. As Q402 turns
'off', TRANS N1 will have counter-electromotive force, discharge energy to the secondary unit, sends current to the load and outputs MHV voltage through the high voltage output enable, which is comprised of
Regulation circuit.
5-7-7-5 BIAS (supply/dev/blade output unit)
BIAS (Electrification Output Enable) Electrification Output Enable is the electrification output control signal
‘PWM-LOW ACTIVE’.When BIAS-PWM LOW signal is received, Q501 turns on and the steady voltage will
be accepted to the non-inverting terminal of OP-AMP 324. As the voltage higher than the inverting reference voltage of OP-AMP, which is set to R506 and R507, OP-AMP output turns high. This output sends IB
to the TRANS auxiliary wire through current-restricting resistance Q502 via R509 and C504 and Q502
turns on. When the current is accepted to Q502, Ic increases to the current proportional to time through the
T201 primary coil, and when it reaches the Hfe limit of Q502, it will not retain the “on” state, but will turn to
“off”. As Q502 turns ‘off’, TRANS N1 will have counter-electromotive force, discharge energy to the secondary unit, sends current to the load and outputs DEV voltage through the high voltage output enable,
which is comprised of Regulation-circuit.
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5-7-7-6 THV(THV(+)/THV(-) Output Unit)
Transfer(+) output unit is the transfer output control signal ’PWM-LOW ACTIVE’.
When THV-PWM LOW signal is received, Q203 turns on and the steady voltage will be accepted to the
non-inverting terminal of OP-AMP 324. As the voltage is higher than the inverting reference voltage of OPAMP, OP-AMP output turns high.
The 24V power adjusts the electric potential to ZD201 and ZD202, sends IB to TRANS auxiliary wire
through current-restricting resistance R215 via R212 and C204, and eventually Q204 will turn on. When
the current is accepted to Q402, Ic increases to the current proportional to time through the T201 primary
coil, and when it reaches the Hfe limit of Q204, it will not retain the “on” state, but will turn to “off”. As Q402
turns 'off', TRANS N1 will have counter-electromotive force, discharge energy to the secondary coil,
sends current to the load and outputs THV voltage through the high voltage output enable, which is comprised of Regulation– circuit. The output voltage is determined by the DUTY width. Q203 switches with
PWM DUTY cycle to fluctuate the output by fluctuating the OP-AMP non-inverting end VREF electric
potential, and the
maximum is output at 0% and the minimum, at 100%.Transfer(-) output unit is THV-EA 'L' enable.
When THV-EA is 'L', Q302 turns on and the VCE electric potential of Q302 will be formed and sends IB to
TRANS auxiliary wire through R311, C305 and VR302 via current-restricting resistance R314, and eventually Q303 will turn on. When the current is accepted to Q303, Q303's Ic increases to the current proportional to time through the T301 primary coil, and when it reaches the Hfe limit of Q303, it will not retain the
“on” state, but will turn to “off”. As Q303 turns 'off', TRANS N1 will have counter-electromotive force, discharge energy to the secondary coil, send current to load and output THV(-) voltage through the high voltage output enable, which is comprised of Regulation circuit.
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5-7-7-7 Environment Recognition
THV voltage recognizes changes in transfer roller environment and allows the voltage suitable for the environment in order to realize optimum image output. The analog input is converted to digital output by the
comparator that recognizes the environmental changes of the transfer roller. It is to allow the right transfer
voltage to perform appropriate environmental response considering the environment and the type of paper
depending on this digital output by the programs that can be input to the engine controller ROM.
This environment recognition setting is organized as follows: First, set the THV(+) standard voltage. Allow
200M¾ load to transfer output, enable output and set the standard voltage 800V using VR201. Then set
56 (CPU's recognition index value) as the standard using VR302. This standard value with CPU makes
sure that the current feedback is 4µA when output voltage is 800V and load is
200M¾.If the load shows different resistance value when 800V is output, the current feedback will also be
different and thus the index value will also be different. according to the index value read by CPU, the
transfer voltage output will differ according to the preset transfer table.
The changes in transfer output required by each load is controlled by PWM-DUTY.
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5-8 OPE PBA
5-8-1 SUMMARY (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
OPE Board is separated functionally from the main board and operated by the micom(Z8601) in the board.
OPE and the main use UART (universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter) channel to
exchange information. OPE reset can be controlled by the main. OPE micom controls key-scanning and
LCD and LED display. If there occurs an event in OPE (such as key touch), it sends specific codes to the
main to respond to the situation and the main analyzes these codes and operates the system. For example, it the main is to display messages in OPE, the main transmits data through UART line to OPE according to the
designated format and OPE displays this on LCD, LED. OPE’s sensing is also transmitted to the main
through UART line and then the main drives necessary operation.
OPE PBA consists of U1(MICOM, Z8601),LCD, key matrix, LED indicators. Refer to OPE Schematic
Diagram and Wiring Diagram sections of this manual.
•
•
Signals from the key matrix are delivered to U1 input pin group (D1 to D6)
U1 pin 48 (TX DATA) is the UART code sent to MAIN PBA.
•
•
•
Display from the controller is received at U1 pin 5(RX DATA).
LCD drive signals are sent from U1 P2-x pin group, P3-4 to P3-6 pins.
Machine status LED drive signals are sent from U1 LED1 to LED8.
OPE BLOCK DIAGRAM
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5-8-2 SUMMARY (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
OPE Board is separated functionally from the main board and operated by the micom(HT48R50) in the
board. OPE and the main use UART (universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter) channel to
exchange information. OPE reset can be controlled by the main. OPE micom controls key-scanning and
LCD and LED display. If there occurs an event in OPE (such as key touch), it sends specific codes to the
main to respond to the situation and the main analyzes these codes and operates the system. For example, it the main is to display messages in OPE, the main transmits data through UART line to OPE according to the
designated format and OPE displays this on LCD, LED. OPE’s sensing is also transmitted to the main
through UART line and then the main drives necessary operation.
OPE PBA consists of U1(MICOM, HT48R50),LCD, key matrix, LED indicators. Refer to OPE Schematic
Diagram and Wiring Diagram sections of this manual.
• Signals from the key matrix are delivered to U1 input pin group (D1~D6)
• U1 pin 48 (TX DATA) is the UART code sent to MAIN PBA.
• Display from the controller is received at U1 pin 5(RX DATA).
• LCD drive signals are sent from U1 P2-x pin group, P3-4 to P3-6 pins.
• Machine status LED drive signals are sent from U1 LED0 to LED7.
RESONATOR
7.37 MHz
11
UART
Connector
Reset
MICOM
HT48R50
LCD
16 2line
7
X
Y
8
Key Matrix
LEDs
OPE BLOCK DIAGRAM
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5-9 LIU PBA
5-9-1 SUMMARY
LIU WIRE CONNECTS Main B’D’s MODEM AND LINE PARTS, AND IMPEDANCE MATCHING (AC, DC),
RING DETECTION PART and LINE SEIZURE (DIALER).
5-9-2 DC MATCHING PART
Normal movement range of LIU is 12mA to 9mA.
Adapting CTR21 standard, the regulation limits to 60mA CURRENT flow through the terminal.
Therefore, select (*:for EU PIT) Option to connect necessary items then the current through LIU will not
exceed 60mA.
• CTR21 Standard (Europe): 12mA~60mA
• OTHER Standard (U.S.): 12mA to 90mA
DC has a character to pass through the LINE. And with Q1 (VN2410) GATE section’s LINE INPUT current and Q1 Source connection to R20, can be decided as follows:
• -VDCR = VL1 + ILINE X R20.
(VDCR: Tip-Ring CD Voltage, ILINE:
Current flow)VL1:Line Input Voltage, VL1 = VBD1+VCE(Q2)+VDS(Q1).
5-9-3 AC MATCHING PART
Basic LIU’s AC IMPEDANCE is 600 and uses R47. 48. C36 to possibly control combined IMPEDANCE.
• U.S. Usage: A terminal IMPEDANCE Æ 600W(±30%).
• CTR21: A Terminal IMPEDANCE Æ 270+750W//150nF.
5-9-4 DIALER PART
*MF DIAL
DTMF Dialing is controlled by MODEM and should be selected by appropriate LEVEL and On-off Time
output based on each countries’ own National specification.
• Frequency Tolerance: ±1.5%.
High Group: 1209, 1336, 1477, 1633Hz.
Low Group: 697, 770, 852, 941 Hz.
U.S. Usage
CTR21
High Frequency Level
-9.0+2.0/-2.5
-7.0 +1.0/-2.0
Low Frequency Level
-9.0+1.0/-2.0
-11.0+2.5/-2.0
*DP DIAL
Controls from MAIN through / DP-Terminal.
for U.S.Usage, set time to DF signal of 40:60 M/B. DP signal is made of U6 (pcb817). The DC current
which flows through Q2 Base is regulated by On/Off switch and turns to DP dial signal with a COUPLER.
• CTR 21 does not have telephone capability but has the number 3 and 4 Line Connection. No DP
condition but possibility to get approval only on DTMF Dial based terminal.
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5-9-5 RING DETECTION PART
RING SIGNALS from the LINE section (TIP, RING) are further passed through C5, R3, ZD1, and ZD2 and
ends up at U9, (PC 814). U9 then detects above RING SIGNAL and passes the output to MAIN B’D. The
wire diagram’s C5 is RINGER CAPACITOR and it normally uses 1UF/250V.
A R3 limits AC current and controls upper and lower REN meter.
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5-10 SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply) Unit.
5-10-1 SMPS Specifications
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the SMPS unit.
The SMPS (Switching Mode Power Supply) unit used here is a PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) type power
supply unit that supplies DC+5V to controller and control panel, and DC+5V, DC+24V and DC+12V to the
engine. It also supplies AC power to fixer heat lamp.
No.
Output Channel
Ch.1
Ch.2
Ch.3
1
Channel name
+5.1V
+24.0V
+12.0V
2
Rated output voltage
+5.1V
+24.0V
+12.0V
3
Rate output current
2A
2.5A
1.0A
4
Maximum load current and
load pattern
3A continuous
3.5A continuous
1.0A continuous
5
Load change range
0.5~2.0A
0.3~2.5A
0.2~1.0A
6
Rate output voltage
(For rated I/O)
+5.1V±5%
(+4.84 to +5.35V)
+24.0V±10%
(+21.60 to
+26.40V)
+12V±5%
(+11.40 to +12.60V)
7
1) Total output voltage
deviation
(Input, load, temp., aging)
2) Dynamic input change
3) Dynamic load change
Including all
+5.1V±5%
(+4.84 to +5.35V)
including set error
Including all
+24.0V±10%
(+21.60 to
+26.40V)
including set error
Including all
+12V±5%
(+11.40 to +12.60V)
including set error
8
Refer to ripple & noise 27)
150mVp-p or less
500mVp-p or less
150mVp-p or less
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Circuit Description
5-10-2 AC Input Stage (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
AC input power path is consist of the fuse (F501) for AC current limit, the Varistor (TNR501) for by-passing
high voltage surge, the discharge resistor(R508), the AC impulse noise filtering circuit (C501, LF501,
C503), the common mode grounding circuit (C504, C505), the second noise filter (LF502), and the thermistor (TH501).
When power is turned on, TH 501 limits inrush current by it’s high resistance, and when it’s temperature
rises, it’s resistance reduces to approximately zero ohms.
5-10-3 AC Input Stage (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
AC Input power path is consist of the Fuse (F1) for AC current limit, the Varistor (TNR1) for by-passing
high Voltage Surge, the discharge resistor(R1), the AC Impalse Noise Filtering Circuit (C2, C4, LF1), the
Common Mode Grounding Circuit (C5, C6), the 2’nd noise filter (C7, LF2), and the thermistor (TH1).
Wher power is turned on, TH 1 limits Inlush-Current by it’s high resistanle, and When it’s temperature rise,
it’s resistance become about Zero ohm.
5-10-4 SMC (Switched Mode Control) (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
The AC input voltage is rectified and filtered by BD552 and C507 to create the DC high voltage applied to
the primary winding of T501. TR01 pin #1 is driven by the SMPS device U502. U502. auto-starts and
chops the DC voltage. The U502 is PWM SMPS IC and has internally a SMC (switched mode control) IC
and a MOSFET output stage. The SMC IC has a Auto-restart without a Power Supply for the IC and a
Thermal Shutdown function and so on. C509, R512, C510, D505 clamp leading-edge voltage spikes
caused by transformer leakage inductance.
The power secondary winding (pin # 11-12) is rectified and filtered by D507, C552, L551, and C554 to create the 5V output voltage. The bias winding (pin # 4-5) is rectified and filtered by D506 and C511 to create
U502 bias voltage. The secondary output 5V is regulated through the path of the voltage divide by R553,
R556-U503 switching PC252-the bias voltage of U502-U503 PWM duty cycle-T501 secondary voltage.
C508 filters internal pin, determines the auto-restart frequency, and together with R506, compensates the
control loop. U552 of the secondary stage -12V is the Low Power-loss Regulator with built-in over-current
protection function.
5-10-5 SMC (Switched Mode Control) (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
The AC input voltage is rectified and filtered by BD1 and C10 to create the DC high voltage applied to the
primary winding of T1, Q5 pin #1 is driven by the SMPS device IC2, IC2. auto-starts and chops the DC
voltage. The U502 is PWM SMPS IC and has internally a SMC(switched mode control) IC and a MOSFET
output stage. The SMC IC has a Auto-restart without a Power Supply for the IC and a Thermal Shutdown
function and so on. R4, R5, C11, D1 clamp leading-edge voltage spikes caused by transformer leakage
inductance.
The power secondary winding(Pin #5~6)is rectified and filtered by D8, D9, L2, C33, C34 to create the 5V
output voltage. The bias winding(Pin #9~8)is rectified and filltered by D2 and C12 to create U502 bias voltage. The secondary output 5V is regulated through the path of the voltage divide by R34, R35.
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Circuit Description
5-10-6 Fixed Temperature Control
5-10-6-1 Fixed Lamp Control Circuit (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
Fixed Lamp Control Circuit
5-10-6-2 Fixed Lamp Control Circuit (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
AC Power Live
AC Neutral
L1
R24
Zero crossing circuit
C18
4
Logic Unit
Fuser On
2
SY1
R66
1
6
CON502
R23
PC3
SMPS Unit
DC Power
Fixed Lamp Control Circuit
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Circuit Description
5-10-6-3 The Concept of Fixed Lamp Control (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
For fixed lamp control, the logic unit “fuser on” control signal and SMPS unit DC power must be supplied.
This circuit turns on only when “fuser on” sends the signal and the DC power is supplied.
The following explains how the fixed lamp control circuit works.
Logic unit “fuser on” sends trigger current to triac driver U501 LED, then the infrared ray is detected by
U501 photo detector. Next, U501 triac is conducted.
The conducted current sends trigger input to triac THY501 gate. At this point, THY501 is conducted and
AC power is supplied to fixed lamp. Lamp is turned on and temperature rises.
As this fixed lamp control circuit uses the AC voltage (“+” and “-” are repeated) as the power supply, it used
two-way triac (THY501), which has advantage over one-way SCR considering the price, size and reliability.
Triac's gate can be triggered by either forward or reverse signal. Once triac is turned on, it will not be controlled by gate signal, but will be continuously on until the current between major terminals decreases
below the holding current. In other words, you cannot turn it off with reverse signal unlike SCR. This property is called current-voltage threshold rise rate (commutation: dv/dt). In AC power control application, triac
has to turn off conduction in each zero crossing or switch it twice in each cycle. This switching operation is
called commutation. It is possible to turn off the triac at the end of half cycle by eliminating the gate signal
when the load current (IL) is gained at the level equal to or lower than holding current. When triac commutes off-line, the direction of the voltage of the both ends of triac will be reversed and increase up to the
maximum value of line voltage (VAC). At this point, the width of rise rate will be determined by dv/dt and
overshoot voltage, by the circuit. When triac commutes off-line, the voltage of both ends of triac will have
the same voltage as the line voltage.
Inductive Circuit
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5-10-6-4 The Concept of Fixed Lamp Control
For fixed lamp control, the logic unit "fuser on" control signal and SMPS unit DC power must be supplied. This circuit turns on only when "fuser on" sends the signal and the DC power is supplied.
The following explains how the fixed lamp control circuit works.
logic unit "fuser on" sends trigger current to triac driver PC3 LED, then the infrared ray is detected by PC3
photo detector. Next, YC3 triac is conducted.
The conducted current sends trigger input to triac SY1 gate. At this point, SY1 is conducted and AC
power is supplied to fixed lamp. Lamp is turned on and temperature rises.
As this fixed lamp control circuit uses the AC voltage ("+" and "-" are repeated) as the power supply, it
used two-way triac (SY1), which has advantage over one-way SCR considering the price, size and reliability.
Triac’s gate can be triggered by either forward or reverse signal. Once triac is turned on, it will not be controlled by gate signal, but will be continuously on until the current between major terminals decreases
below the holding current. In other words, you cannot turn it off with reverse signal unlike SCR.
This property is called current-voltage threshold rise rate (commutation: dv/dt). In AC power control
application, triac has to turn off conduction in each zero crossing or switch it twice in each cycle. This
switching operation is called commutation. It is possible to turn off the triac at the end of half cycle by eliminating the gate signal when the load current (IL) is gained at the level equal to or lower than holding
current. When triac commutes off-line, the direction of the voltage of the both ends of triac will be
reversed and increase up to the maximum value of line voltage (VAC). At this point, the width of rise rate
will be determined by dv/dt and overshoot voltage, by the circuit. When triac commutes off-line, the voltage of both ends of triac will have the same voltage as the line voltage.
IL
Inductive IL
VT
VAC
G
Inductive Circuit
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6. Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1 WorkCentre Pro 412 & WorkCentre M15/M15i
General Precautions on Disassembly
WARNING
When you disassemble and reassemble components, you must use extreme care. The close proximity of cables to moving parts makes proper routing essential. If components are removed, any
cables disturbed by the procedure must be restored as close as possible to their original positions. Before removing any component from the machine, note the cable routing that will be
affected.
Whenever servicing the machine, you must perform as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Check to verify that documents are not stored in memory.
Unplug the power cord.
Use a flat and clean surface.
Replace only with authorized components.
Do not use force to remove or install plastic components.
Make sure all components are correctly installed.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-1 Rear Cover
1. Remove the six screws securing the rear
cover.
.
2. Separate the rear cover from the base frame
and scanner assembly.
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6-1-2 Scanner Assembly
5. Unplug the two connectors and CCD cable.
1. Before you remove the scanner assembly,
you should remove the Rear cover (see page
6-2).
2. Remove the three screws at the rear, as
shown below.
3. Remove the two screws behind the front
cover
CAUTION
You should disconnect the CCD cable horizontally
to avoid CCD cable pin damage.
6. Pull up the scanner assembly in the direction
of arrow.
4. Open the side cover assembly and front
cover, as shown below.
.
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7. Remove the connector from the platen
assembly.
9. Remove the eight screws securing the platen
assembly.
10. Unlatch the scan upper assembly securing
the glass and remove it.
8. Pull the ADF assembly upward and remove it.
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11. Unplug the one connector and remove the
OPE assembly.
13. Remove the five screws and dummy scanner
lower.
14. Remove the CCD cable.
12. Remove the three screws and take out the
glass from the cover scan upper assembly.
15. Pull up the shaft CCD and take out the scanner module.
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16. Remove three screws and take out the motor
bracket.
17. Remove two screws and take out the platen
PBA.
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6-1-3 ADF Assembly
4. Pull the ADF Assembly upward and remove
it.
1. Before you remove the ADF Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-3)
2. Remove the five screws from the Platen
Cover.
Platen Cover Ass’y
5. Take out the Open Cover.
Platen Cover Ass’y
3. Open the Cover open and pull the Cover Side
L and Cover Side R and unlatch the Side
Cover L by pushing the part hooked the
Platen Cover using a sharp tool.
Side Cover R
Side Cover L
Cover Open
Platen Cover
Ass’y
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6. Take out the Pick-up Assembly.
Remove the four screws and the ADF Upper.
Pick-up Ass’y
ADF Upper
7. Remove three screws and take out the ADF
Motor assembly.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-4 OPE Assembly
3. Remove the contact rubbers from the unit.
1. Before you remove the OPE Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-3)
2. Remove ten screws securing the OPE PBA
and the LCD Module from the OPE Cover.
4. Remove the key pad from the unit.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-5 Side Cover Assembly
3. Unlatch the cover front securing the base
frame and remove it.
1. Remove the two screws to release the stopper securing the side cover to the main frame.
4. Unlatch the MP tray securing the side cover
assembly and remove it.
2. Release the right-bottom of the cover, then
pull it the direction of arrow to release the
other end.
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5. Unlatch the duplex assembly securing the
side cover assembly and remove it.
6. Take out the exit roller, as shown below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-6 Fuser Assembly
4. Remove four screws and take out the thermostat.
1. Before you remove the Fuser assembly, you
should remove the Side cover assembly (see
page 6-10).
2. Unplug the connector.
5. Remove two screws and take out the heat
roller.
3. Remove four screws and take out the fuser
assembly.
6. Remove the halogen lamp from the heat
roller.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-7 Exit Assembly
1. Before you remove exit assembly, you should
remove:
- Rear cover (see page 6-2).
- Scanner assembly (see page 6-3).
- Side cover assembly (see page 6-10).
2. Remove three screws and unlatch the exit
assembly, as shown below.
3. Pull the exit assembly and remove it.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-8 Cover Paper Exit Assembly
1. Before you remove the cover paper exit
assembly, you should remove:
- Rear cover (see page 6-2).
- Scanner assembly (see page 6-3).
- Side cover assembly (see page 6-10).
- Exit assembly (see page 6-13).
2. Remove four screws and take out the dummy
base frame.
3.
Remove two screws and cover paper exit
assembly, as shown below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-9 Drive Assembly
4. Remove one screw and take out the fan and
dust fan.
1. Before you remove the drive assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear cover (see page 6-2).
- Scanner assembly (see page 6-3).
- Side cover assembly (see page 6-10).
- Exit assembly (see page 6-13).
2. Unplug the all connectors.
3. Remove five screws and take out the drive
assembly.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-10 SMPS
3. Unplug the all connectors.
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-3)
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 6-14)
2. Remove three screws and take out the Shield
SMPS Upper.
4. Remove the SMPS, as shown below.
SMPS
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6-1-11 LSU
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear cover (see page 6-2).
- Scanner assembly (see page 6-2).
- Side cover assembly (see page 6-10).
- Exit assembly (see page 6-13).
2. Unplug two connectors.
3. Remove four screws and take out the LSU.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-12 Main Frame Assembly
4. Unplug the all connectors.
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-3)
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-10)
- Fuser (see page 6-12)
- Exit Assembly (see page 6-13)
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 6-14)
- SMPS (see page 6-16)
- LSU (see page 6-17)
2. Remove one screw in the Channel Base
Frame from the bellow section of the Base
Frame, and then remove the rest of the five
screws to dissemble the Dummy Base
Frame, the Cover Front and the Cam Jam
Remove.
5. Remove the seven screws and take out the
Main Frame Assembly.
Main Frame Ass’y
Dummy Base Frame
Cam Jam Remove
Front Cover
3. Remove the Locker Deve, and then remove
the one screw and the Cover Motor Bracket.
Cover Motor Bracket
Lock Deve
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-13 Cover Exit Rear
1. Remove one screw and cover exit rear, as
shown below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-14 MP Assembly
4. Remove the three screws.
1. Before you remove the MP Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Shield Main Upper
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-10)
2. Unplug the two connectors.
5. Release the SMPS fit. Pull the MP Assembly
upward and remove it.
MP Ass’y
3. Remove the one screw and take out the
Dummy Cover.
Dummy Cover
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-15 Feed Assembly
3. Pull the Feed Ass’y upward and remove it.
1. Before you remove the Feed Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-3)
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-10)
- Exit Assembly (see page 6-13)
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 6-14)
- LSU (see page 6-17)
- Main Frame Assembly (see page 6-18)
Feed Ass’y
2. Remove the three screws.
Feed Ass’y
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6-1-16 Pick Up Assembly
4. Remove the four screws and take out the Pick
Up Assembly, as shown below.
1. Before you remove the Pick Up Assembly,
you should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Shield Main Upper
- Drive Assembly (see page 6-15)
Guide Paper Out
Pick-up Ass’y
2. Unplug the three connectors.
3. Remove the two screws and take out the
Cassette Rail.
Cassette Rail
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-1-17 Main PBA
3. Remove the five screws and take out the
main PBA from the Shield Main Lower.
1. Before you remove the Main PBA, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-2)
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-10)
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 6-14)
- SMPS (see page 6-16)
Main PBA
2. Remove the two screws and take out the
Shield Main Lower.
4. Remove the one screw and unlatch the LIU
PBA securing the main PBA and remove it.
Shield Main Lower
LIU PBA
(Only SCX-5312F)
Main PBA
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-2 FaxCentre F12
General Precautions on Disassembly
When you disassemble and reassemble components, you must use extreme caution.
The close proximity of cables to moving parts makes proper routing a must. If components are removed,
any cables disturbed by the procedure must be restored as close as possible to their original positions.
Before removing any component from the machine, note the cable routing that will be affected.
Whenever servicing the machine, you must perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Check to verify that documents are not stored in memory.
Unplug the power cord.
Use a flat and clean surface.
Replace only with authorized components.
Do not use force to remove the platen or plastic-material components.
Make sure all components are in their proper position when re-assembling.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-2-1 Cover Rear Assembly
1. Open the Side cover.
2. Remove two screws securing the Cover Rear
Assembly.
.
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6-2-2 Rear Cover
1. Remove six screws securing the Rear Cover.
2. Separate the Rear Cover from the Base
Frame and Scanner Assembly.
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6-2-3 Scanner Assembly
4. Open the Side Cover Assembly, then open
the Front Cover and remove 2 screws.
1. Before you remove the Scanner Assembly,
you should remove:
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25)
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
2. Remove six screws and take out the Shield
Main Upper.
5. Unplug the connector from the Main Board.
3. Remove three screws, as shown below.
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6. Pull up the Scanner Assembly in the direction
of arrow.
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6-2-4 OPE Assembly
4. Unplug the two connector from the OPE
Assembly.
1. Before you remove the OPE Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27)
2. Remove two screws securing the Scanner
Assembly
.
5. Remove nine screws securing the OPE PBA
to the OPE Cover.
3. Pull the OPE Assembly as shown below.
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6. Remove the Contact Rubber from the unit.
7. Remove the Key Pad from the unit.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-2-5 ADF Upper Assembly
4. Remove the ADF Upper Assembly, as shown
below.
1. Before you remove the ADF Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear cover (see page 6-26)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27)
- OPE Assembly (see page 6-29)
2. Open the ADF Upper Assembly.
Caution
Do not damage the two harnesses shown in the
figure below
3. Remove the Ground Cable and unlatch the
Link Tray from the Cover Gear, as shown
below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-2-6 Guide Lower Assembly
3. First push in the Guide Lower in the direction
of arrow 1. Unlatch the Guide Lower Assembly as shown by arrow 2 and remove in the
direction of the arrows.
1. Before you remove the Guide Lower Assembly, you should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27)
- OPE Assembly (see page 6-29)
- ADF Upper Assembly (see page 6-31)
2. Remove the four screws securing the Guide
Lower Assembly. Then remove the fifth screw
from underneath, as shown below.
4. Pull the Input Tray in the direction of the arrow
and remove it.
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5. Take out the Housing Upper ADF in the direction of the arrows, as shown below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
6-2-7 Housing Lower Assembly
4. Unlatch the Exit Roller gear part and remove
it, as shown below.
1. Before you remove the Housing Lower
Assembly, you should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27)
- OPE Assembly (see page 6-29)
- ADF Upper Assembly (see page 6-31)
- Guide Lower Assembly (see page 6-32)
2. Unplug two connectors and the FFC Cable
from the Scan Board.
5. Unlatch the Scan Roller gear part and remove
it, as shown below.
3. Remove seven screws securing the ADF
Lower Assembly.
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6. Unlatch the ADF Roller gear part and remove
it, as shown below.
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7. Pull both sides and remove the Pick up Roller,
as shown below.
10. Remove four screws securing the ETC Motor
Assembly and remove it.
11. Unlatch the Cover Switch and remove it, as
shown below.
8. Remove two screws and pull the CIS Cable.
Take out the CIS Assembly.
12. Unlatch both sides and remove the Scan
Board.
9. Remove one screw securing the CIS Bracket
and remove the CIS.
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6-2-8 Side Cover Assembly
1. Remove the two screws to release the Stopper (Main Frame side) that secures the Side
Cover to the Main Frame.
2. Completely open the Side Cover Assembly,
then lift side 1 in the direction of the arrow),
pull side 2 forwards in the direction of the
arrow and remove the side cover (3).
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Disassembly and Reassembly
MP-Tray
1. Pull both sides of the tray to release from the
pivots.
2. Hold the Tray in an upright position as shown
at 1, then release each Tray Link from the
tray. Hold each Tray link at 45 degrees, as
shown at 2, to release from the side cover.
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Duplex Assembly
1. To remove the Duplex Assembly, open the
Side Cover Assembly, then gently but firmly
pull part 1 out until the Duplex Assembly can
be pulled away. Do not use excessive force,
check that all clips are released.
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Transfer Roller Assembly
1. Take out the Transfer Roller, as shown below.
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6-2-9 Fuser Assembly
4. Remove three screws and take out the Fuser
Assembly.
1. Before you remove the Fuser Assembly, you
should power off then remove the Side Cover
Assembly (see page 6-36)
2. Remove one screw and take out the Cover
Sheet Connector as shown below.
5. Remove two screws and take out the Halogen Lamp.
3. Unplug the connector as shown below.
6. Remove four screws and take out the Thermostat.
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7. Remove two screws and open the Lower
Assembly and remove the Heat Roller
Assembly from Upper Fuser Assembly.
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6-2-10 Exit Assembly
1. Before you remove Exit Assembly, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25)
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27)
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-36)
2. Remove three screws, unplug four connectors and unlatch the Dummy Base Frame, as
shown below.
3. Pull the Exit Assembly and remove it.
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6-2-11 Cover Paper Exit Assembly
1. Before you remove the Cover Paper Exit
Assembly, you should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26).
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25).
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27).
2. Remove two screws and Cover Paper Exit
Assembly, as shown below.
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6-2-12 Drive Assembly
4. Remove five screws and take out the Drive
Assembly.
1. Before you remove the Drive Assembly, you
should remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26)
- Shield Main Upper
2. Unplug two connectors. (Main Motor: 9pin,
Duplex Solenoid: 2pin)
3. Remove one screw and take out the Fan and
Dust Fan.
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6-2-13 SMPS
3. Unplug the all connectors.
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26).
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25).
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27).
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-36).
- Exit Assembly (see page 6-42).
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 643).
2. Remove three screws and take out the Shield
SMPS Upper.
4. Remove the SMPS, as shown below.
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6-2-14 LSU
3. Remove three screws and take out the LSU.
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26).
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25).
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27).
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-36).
- Exit Assembly (see page 6-42).
2. Unplug two connectors.
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6-2-15 Main Frame Assembly
3. Remove the Locker Deve.
1. Before you remove the LSU, you should
remove:
- Rear Cover (see page 6-26).
- Cover Rear Assembly (see page 6-25).
- Scanner Assembly (see page 6-27).
- Side Cover Assembly (see page 6-36).
- Exit Assembly (see page 6-42).
- Cover Paper Exit Assembly (see page 643).
- SMPS (see page 6-45).
- LSU (see page 6-46).
2. Remove one screw in the Channel Base
Frame from the lower section of the Cover
Dummy Lower, and then remove four screws
to dissemble the Dummy Scan Lower.
4. Unplug all the connectors.
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5. Remove seven screws and take out the Main
Frame Assembly.
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Cover Exit Rear
1. Remove one screw and take out the Panel
Connect MPF.
2. Remove one screw and Cover Exit Rear, as
shown below.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
MP Assembly
3. Release the SMPS. Pull the MP Assembly
upward and remove it.
1. Unplug two connectors.
2. Remove four screws and take out the Dummy
Cover.
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Feed Assembly
1. Remove three screws.
2. Pull the Feed Assembly upward and remove
it.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
Pick Up Assembly
3. Remove four screws and take out the Pick Up
Assembly, as shown below.
1. Unplug three connectors.
2. Remove two screws and take out the Cassette Rail.
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Main PBA
3. Remove one screw and unlatch the LIU PBA
securing the Main PBA and remove it.
1. Remove two screws and take out the Shield
Main Lower.
2. 2. Remove five screws and take out the Main
PBA from the Shield Main Lower.
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6-2-16 SCF Assembly
1.
3. Remove nine screws securing the Top Cover
and remove it.
Lift the Main Set from the SCF.
4. Remove two screws securing the Guide
Paper Lower and remove it, as shown below.
2. Take out the Cassette Assembly from the
SCF.
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5. Unplug one connector from the Main PBA, as
shown below.
7. Remove one screw securing the Ground
Cable from the Motor Assembly and remove
the Ground Cable.
6. Remove two screws securing the Guide
Paper Upper and remove it.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
8. Unplug two connectors from the Main PBA,
as shown below.
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9. Remove two screws securing the Motor
Assembly and remove it.
11. Remove two screws securing the SCF 8P
Harness and remove it.
10. Unplug one connector from the Main PBA, as
shown below.
12. Remove one screw securing the Ground
Cable. Remove the Ground Cable from the
Plate Ground.
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13. Remove two screws securing the Plate
Ground and remove it, as shown below.
15. Remove four screws securing the Main PBA
and remove it.
14. Remove four HV Shafts and HV Springs, as
shown below.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7. Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-1 Preventative Maintenance
The cycle period outlined below is a general guideline for maintenance. The example list is for an average
usage of 50 transmitted and received pages per day. Environmental conditions and actual use will vary
these factors. The cycle period given below is for reference only.
COMPONENT
REPLACEMENT CYCLE
ADF roller
50,000 pages
Feed roller
50,000 pages
Transfer
50,000 pages
Fuser
50,000 pages
Toner CRU
6,000 pages
Drum DRU
15,000 pages
7-2 Diagnostics
This section describes methods and procedures to isolate the cause of a malfunction in the machine. This
machine displays diagnostic information on the LCD. In addition, it can perform a series of tests that allow
the machine to observe individual machine functions.
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7-1
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-2-1 Error Messages
Error Message
Description
Solution
RETRY REDIAL?
The machine is waiting for the
programmed interval to automatically re-dial.
You can press START to immediately re-dial, or STOP to cancel the re-dial operation.
COMM. ERROR
A problem with the FAX communications has occurred.
Try again.
DOCUMENT JAM
A document has jammed in the
ADF feeder
Clear the document Jam.
DOOR OPEN
The side cover is not securely
latched.
Close the cover until it clicks in
place.
GROUP NOT AVAILABLE
You have tried to select a group
location where only a single
location number can be used,
such as when adding locations
for a multi-dial operation.
Try again, check location for
group.
LINE ERROR
Your unit cannot connect with
the remote machine, or has lost
contact because of a problem on
the phone line.
Try again. If failure persists, wait
an hour or so for the line to clear
then try again.
LOAD DOCUMENT
You have attempted to send a
FAX document with no document loaded.
Load a document and try again.
MEMORY FULL
The memory has become full.
Either delete unnecessary documents, or re-transmit after more
memory becomes available, or
split the transmission into more
than one operation.
NO ANSWER
The remote machine did not
answer after all the re-dial
attempts.
Try again.
Make sure the remote machine
is OK.
NO. NOT ASSIGNED
The speed dial location you tried
to use has no number assigned
to it.
Dial the number manually with
the keypad, or assign the number to the speed dial and try
again.
NO PAPER
[ADD PAPER]
The paper has run out. The
printer system stops.
Load new paper in the paper
tray.
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Error Message
Description
Solution
OVERHEAT
The printer has overheated.
The machine will automatically
return to the standby mode
when it cools down to normal
operating temperature. If failure
persists, install a new ELA HOUFUSER, PL 1-1 item14.
PAPER JAM 0
OPEN/CLOSE DOOR
paper has jammed in paper
feeding area.
paper is jammed in pick-up unit
Press STOP and clear the jam.
PAPER JAM 1/2
OPEN/CLOSE DOOR
paper has jammed inside the
unit.
paper has jammed in paper exit
unit.
Clear the jam.
TONER EMPTY
The machine has encountered
the toner empty condition.
Install a new ELA -TONER UNIT
SET, PL 8-1 item 8
DRUM WARNING
The machine has encountered
the drum life,14000 print pages.
The drum is nearing the end of
it’s life.
REPLACE DRUM
When the machine has encountered the end of life, 15000 print
pages.
The drum has reached the end
of it’s life, install a new ELAOPC UNIT SET, PL 8-1 item 7.
NO CARTRIDGE
The machine detected the toner
cartridge has not been installed.
Check that the toner cartridge is
fully seated in the machine.
BYPASS JAM
The machine has detected no
feed from bypass Tray.
Clear the jam.
DUPLEX JAM
The machine detected a duplex
jam in the middle of machine.
Clear the jam.
LINE BUSY
The remote FAX didn’t answer
Try again.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-2-2 Tech Mode
The tech mode is used to test certain functions of the machine. The available tests are:
•User mode: Clean drum, Notify toner low
•tech mode: switch test, modem test, SRAM test, DRAM test, ROM test, Pattern test, Clear count, Answer
On CNG, Adjust shading, Flash upgrade.
To enter the Tech Mode:
1. Enter the Tech mode by pressing Menu, #, 1, 9, 3, 4. The letter “T” will appear in the top right of the
display.
2. In Tech mode, press Menu, ‘Maintenance [System]’ is displayed on the LCD.
3. Press the Select key
4. Scroll to the options by pressing Up and Down navigation key repeatedly until the correct selection is
found.
5. Press the Select key to initiate the tech mode.
6. Perform step 1 to return to user mode.
7-2-2-1 Maintenance Menu Functions
Dialing Mode
Select the dialing mode according to the user's line status.
• TONE: Electrical type of dial
• PULSE: Mechanical type of dial
Silence Time
In ANS/FAX mode, after a call is picked up by the answering machine, the machine monitors the line. If a
period of silence is detected on the line at any time, the call will be treated as a fax message and the
machine begins receiving.
Silence detection time is selectable between limited (about 12 seconds) and unlimited time.
When '12 sec' is selected, the machine switches to receiving mode as soon as it detects a period of
silence. When 'unlimited' is selected, the machine waits until the answering operation is concluded even
though a period of silence is detected. After the answering operation is concluded, the machine switches
to receiving mode.
Set Fax Level
You can set the level of the transmission signal. Typically, the Tx level should be under -12 dBm.
CAUTION
The Send Fax Level is set at the best condition in the shipment from factory. Never change settings arbitrarily.
Error Rate
When the error rate is about to be over the setting value, the Baud rate automatically lowers up to 2400
bps to make the error rate remain below the setting value. You can select the rate between 5% and 10%.
Modem Speed
You can set the maximum modem speed.
Communication is done with modem speed automatically set at lower speed when communicating with the
modem with lower speed since communication is done on the standard of the side where modem speed is
low for transmission/reception. It is better set 33.6Kbps as default setting.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Cleaning Drum
This procedure removes excess toner on the OPC drum.
1. Make sure that paper is loaded in the automatic feeder or document glass (platen).
2. Press Menu, -> Up or Down key -> Maintenance -> Select -> Up or Down key ->Clean Drum
3. Press ‘Select’.The machine automatically feeds a sheet of paper, and prints out. The excess toner on
the OPC drum surface is fused to the paper.
Notify Toner Low
With this feature enabled, when the toner becomes low, the toner low information will be sent to the specified contact point, for example, the service company. After you access this menu, select on, and when the
LCD prompts, enter the name and the number of the contact point, the customer’s FAX number, the model
name, and the serial number.
Switch Test
This test checks the operation of the LCD display and the LED indicators that interface the switches on the
operation panel.
Modem Test
This test causes the machine to generate a particular frequency to verify the operation of the modem and
it’s control circuits.
SRAM Test
This test is used for checking the Random Access Memory (RAM) on the main PBA. If all memory is working normally, the LCD shows TESTING OK!.
When this testing is carried out, any picture data stored in memory is erased.
ROM Test
This test mode will display and check the current ROM level in your machine.
DRAM Test
Use this feature to test the machine's DRAM. The result appears in the LCD display.
If all memory is working normally, the LCD shows << O K >>
Pattern Test
1. Select Pattern Test.
2. There are 4 different pattern tests. Scroll to the options by pressing Up or Down repeatedly until you
find the correct selection.
3. Press Select key.
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7-5
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Adjust Shading
The function is to control to get the optimum scan quality by the specific character of the CIS (Contact
Image Sensor) If the copy image quality is unsatisfied, perform the function to check the condition of the
print out for checking whether or not having CIS trouble.
Method
1. Select [ADJUST SHADING] from the TECH MODE.
2. Insert a clean white original [A4 or Letter Size] into the paper loading part.
3. Original is scanned if pressing the Enter button.
4. If the original scan is completed, message is displayed on the LCD window and CIS SHADING PROFILE is output.
5. If the output image is different from the normal screen, the CIS is poor.
CAUTION:
1. Always perform ADJUST SHADING after downloading Firmware. Otherwise, the system may not
operate properly.
2. Always perform ADJUST SHADING after replacing the CIS.
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3. Always use a clean white paper in ADJUST SHADING (Maximum paper width: A4 or Letter
Size).ADJUST SHADING may be performed even in the User Mode but ADJUST SHADING profile is output only in the
TECH MODE.
Adjust Shading
7-2-2-2 Memory Clear
Clear All Memory
The function resets the system as its very first condition as setting in at the factory.
This function is needed to operate to reset the system to the initial value when the product is abnormally
operated or malfunction. All the values are returned to the default values, and all the information, which set
in by user, will be erased.
< Method >
1. Select the [MEMORY CLEAR] at the TECH MODE.
2. Push the ENTER button.
3. Select you country.
4. Push the ENTER button then it will be all memory clear.
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7-7
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
NOTE: Always perform the memory clear after replacing the main board. Otherwise, the system may not
operate properly.
Answer On CNG
The function is to control the CNG TONE cognition times for entering receiving mode from the AUTO
MODE or ANS/FAX MODE
Clear Count
This function erases information of history such as replacement times of Developing part and OPC drum,
total printing pages, scan times, etc.
• The items are in the below section of the System Data List, printed at TECH MODE.
• Password: 1934
• Current Drum Page Count cannot be erased.
It is possible to erase at NEW DRUM function (USER MODE ⇒ MINTENANCE ⇒ NEW DRUM)
FIRMWARE VERSION
ENGINE VERSION
EMULATION VERSION
:
:
:
TOTAL PAGE COUNTS
CRU PRINTS
REPLACED TONER COUNTS
REPLACED DRUM COUNTS
CURRENT DRUM COUNTS
PLATEN SCAN PAGE COUNTS
ADF SCAN PAGE COUNTS
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1.00
1.00
PCL6 2.32 07-11-2001
PCL5e 1.48 07-19-2001
123
123
1
1
112
23
10
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-2-3 REPORT/HELP
MSG. CONFIRM
It shows the result of the last send operation.
PROTOCOL LIST
This list shows the sequence of the CCITT group 3 T.30 protocol during the most recent sending or receiving operation. Use this list to check for send and receive errors. If a communication error occurs while the
machine is in TECH mode, the protocol list will print automatically.
Protocol List
Help
It shows a brief description on the machine’s basic functions and commands. Use it as a quick reference guide
Reception
This journal shows a specific information concerning reception activities, the time and dates of up to 40 of
the most recent receptions.
Transmission
This journal shows a specific information concerning transmission activities, the time and dates of up to 40
of the most recent transmissions.
System Data
This list provides a list of the user system data settings and tech mode settings.
Phone Book
It lists all telephone numbers that have been stored in the machine.
Schedule Job
This list shows a specific information on the documents currently stored for delayed transmission. It provides the operation number, starting time, type of operation, etc.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-2-4 Engine Test Mode
The Engine Tests Mode supplies useful functions to check conducting condition of engine. It tests the conducting condition of each device and displays the result of the test at the LCD. It is classified in 6. items
(0~5), and the functions of items are as bellows.
To enter the Engine Test Mode. Press MENU, #, 1, 9, 3, 1 in sequence, and the LCD briefly displays ‘T’, the machine has entered service (tech) mode.
7-2-4-1 Diagnostic
7-2-4-2 Engine Print
This function is used by manufacturing and is not of any use to the Engineer.
7-2-5 Firmware Upgrade
1. Upgrade Local Machine.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
• By using Control Centre Application (Parallel & USB).
- Activate Control Centre 5.0.
- Select Firmware Upgrade Window.
- Click Browse Icon to search the Upgrade Firmware.
- Click Upgrade Icon.
- The message “Upgrading Firmware” will be displayed.
- Wait until the machine is initialised, this will happen automatically after completion of the upgrade.
- Click the Refresh icon when the machine has been initialized.
- The machine is now updated with new firmware.
2. Upgrade the Remote Fax.
- Performed on the Local Machine in the Service Center.
- Go to the Tech Mode -Search for the Flash Upgrade in Maintenance Item, select REMOTE.
- Enter Remote Fax Number to be upgraded.
- Multiple remote FAXs can be upgraded sequentially if you enter the multiple FAX numbers.
- Select All Remote Fax Number if required.
- Confirm Input. - Machine will start dialing and send its own image codes to remote fax machine(s).
- It will take 10 to 15 minutes to send the image to each remote FAX machine.
- The Remote Fax machine will automatically program the received image on its flash memory.
- If ECM mode is off, or Received Memory is not empty, or machine is being used, the remote upgrade
will not be performed.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-3 Scanner
7-3-1 Copy
PROBLEM
ITEMS TO BE CHECKED.
HOW TO SOLVE
White copy
• Check the scan-cover is not open.
• Ambient light can cause image
problems
• Check shading profile.
• Remake shading profile in the Tech
mode.
• Check white/black reference voltage in Main PBA.
• Replace Main PBA if it is defective.
- U16-97 = 3.3V - U16-98 = 3.3V
- U16-99 = 1.5V
• Check the CCD lamp is on when
scanning.
• If the CCD is defective, replace it.
- CN3-19 is 5.8V when white original
copying for R, B and 3.5V for G.
• Check for CCD problem in Main
PBA.
• Check the CCD harness contacts.
• Check shading profile.
• Remake shading profile in the Tech
mode.
• Check the CCD problem in Main
PBA.
• If the CCD is defective, install a
new ELEC/MECH-SCANNER MODULE, PL 2-2-21.
- Cn3-19 is 7.3V when idle for R, B,
and 5V for G.
• Check shading profile.
• Remake shading profile in the Tech
mode.
• Check the gap between original
and scanner glass.
• A gap greater than 0.5mm can
cause a blurred image.
• Check printing quality.
• See “Print” troubleshooting.
Black copy
Defective image quality
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
ITEMS TO BE CHECKED.
HOW TO SOLVE
Abnormal noise
• Check the scanner glass and any
mechanical disturbance.
• Check the scanner glass is correctly located and clean, check that
the CCD carriage moves smoothly.
• Check the motor driver in Driver
PBA.
• If any driver is defective, replace
the main PBA.
- U55 or U55-1, 15 = 0V to 24V
swing signal when operating.
PROBLEM
ITEMS TO BE CHECKED.
HOW TO SOLVE
Scanning error
• Check the printer cable.
• Check correct installation, and use
standard IEEE1284 cable.
• Check how TWAIN driver is
installed.
• Remove any other scanner driver.
• Reboot after reinstallation of the
TWAIN driver.
• Check harness contact.
• Check CN14 contact in Main PBA
• Check the IEEE1284 signal level.
• If any signal level is defective,
install a new Main PBA.
- U36-66~74 in Main PBA = 0.8V to
2.4V TTL signal.
• If necessary, install a new PBA
MAIN-MAIN, PL 8-1 item 19
• Check shading profile.
• Remake shading profile in the Tech
mode.
• Check the gap between original
and scanner glass.
• A gap greater than 0.5mm can
cause a blurred image.
• Check the scanner glass and any
mechanical disturbance.
• Check the scanner glass is correctly located and clean, check that
the CCD carriage moves smoothly.
• Check the motor driver in Driver
PBA.
• If any driver is defective, replace
the Main PBA.
- U55 or U56-19 = 0V to 24V swing
signal when operating.
7-3-2 PC-Scan
Defective image
quality
Abnormal noise
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-4 FAX
7-4-1 FAX/Telephone Precautions
PROBLEM
ITEMS TO BE CHECKED.
TEL LINE CANNOT BE
ENGAGED
(NO DIAL TONE)
• When you press the “OHD” key:
a) Check line cord connection.
b) Check MAIN LIU harness, and
CN1(LIU PBA).
c) Check relay operation of LIU PBA:
Is the control signal of CN207(main) low?
a) Insert plug into the socket named
“line”.
b) Replace defective parts.
c) Replace main PBA IF the control
signal of CN20-7(main) is high.
Replace LIU PBA if high but
phone line cannot be connected.
Cannot MF dial
• Check CN20 (main PBA), main-LIU
harness, and CN1 (LIU PBA)
• Replace defective parts.
MF dial is possible but
not DP dial.
• Check DP control signal of CN2011 of MAIN PBA and the circuit
around R15. U6 and Q2 of LIU
PBA.
• Replace LIU PBA.
Defective FAX transmission
• Check CN20 (main PBA), main LIU
harness, and CN1(LIU PBA).
• Is the external phone off the hook?
• Check ‘hook off’: Refer to ‘TEL
LINE CANNOT BE ENGAGED’
above.
• Check the control signals of CN2011.
• Check transmission path: Check
output of CN20-3.4 and T2-4(LIU
PBA).
• Check reception path: Check output CN1-1 (LIU PBA) and input of
CN20-1(main PBA).
• Replace defective parts.
• Replace LIU PBA if low.
• Refer to ‘TEL LINE CANNOT BE
ENGAGED’ above.
• Replace main PBA, if the signals of
CN8-11 (MAIN PBA) is low.
• Replace main PBA, if abnormal.
• Replace LIU PBA if CN1-1(LIU
PBA) is not confirmed.
Replace main PBA if CN201(MAIN PBA) is not confirmed.
Defective automatic
FAX reception
• Is the ring checked?
Check ring pattern at CN1-9 (LIU
PBA).
• Refer to ‘Defective FAX Transmission.’
• Replace LIU PBA if it cannot be
checked.
• Refer to ‘Defective FAX Transmission’.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-5 Print Quality
Error Status
Check
Solution
Vertical black line and
band
1. Damaged blade of Toner cartridge
2. LSU
1. Change Toner cartridge
2. Replace LSU
Vertical white line
1. LSU window contamination
2. Toner cartridge
1. Clean LSU window
2. If not LSU, change Toner cartridge.
No image
1. Seal tape is removed?
2. GND OPC is well grounded?
1. Remove seal tape
2. Measure the resistance between frame
ground and the ground spring attached to
the frame. If necessary, detach cabinet, to
correct the ground problem
3. Adjust LSU or replace it
4. Normal Dev bias = -350V
5. Shake toner cartridge and print.If there is a
small improvement, the toner is empty,
install new toner cartridge/
6. Test engine test pattern, replace Main PBA
3. LSU running well?
4. Biss voltage is normal?
5. Low toner?
6. Is there video data from Main PBA
Light image
1. Check seal tape removing
2. LSU light power normal?
3. Enough toner?
4. High charger voltage?
5. Lower bias voltage
6. Contamination of high voltage contact.
Dark image
1. LSU light power normal?
2. Bias voltage output is high?
3. Video data is always supplied?
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
1. Check and remove tape
2. LSU light power check is difficult.
Compare with new one and check.
3. Check toner and developer counter
4~5. Measure all high voltage outputs.
6. Leaking toner can cause bad electrical
contact and increase contact resistance.
Clean contaminated area.
1. Check the rated level and replace.
2. Set to power rating.
3. Replace defective board.
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Error Status
Check
Solution
Background
1. High voltage output is normal?
2. C/R of Toner cartridge is contaminated?
1. Adjust to the rated value.
2. Replace Toner cartridge.
Ghost
1. High voltage output.
2. Pre-Transfer Lamp.
3. Bad high voltage contact.
1. Check every high voltage.
2. Check the turn-on PTL, LED crash.
3. Clean the inside of the machine or replace
toner cartridge.
Stains on back of paper
1. Contamination of transfer roller.
1. Clean the transfer roller with vacuum
cleaner.
2. Clean the area of paper path with cloth or
air cleaner.
3. Remove fuser and replace it.
2. Stains of paper path.
3. Pressure roller contamination.
Poor Fusing
3. The machine was under the low temperature for a long time?
1. Should use recommended paper.
2. Check engine controller board.
If you have no thermometer, measure the
thermistor voltage to CPU, If 2.3V±5% in
printing CPU works well. Then, disassemble fuser and check the thermistor contact
and thermistor.
3. Re-check after putting the machine in a
warm place for 2 hours
Partial blank image
(not periodic)
1. Toner is low?
2. The toner cartridge is out of position?
1. Replace Toner cartridge.
2. Check and adjust.
Partial blank image
(periodic)
1. Developer roller scar or particle (repeated
every 94mm).
2. Transfer roller scar or particle (repeated
every 47mm).
1. Replace toner cartridge.
1. Charge roller’s pressure force unbalanced
2. Dev. roller and OPC or Dev. roller and
blade’s pressure force unbalance
3. Transfer roller’s pressure force unbalanced
each side
1~2. Change toner cartridge
Different image density
(left and right)
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1. Use recommended paper?
2. Check fusing temperature.
3/03
2. Replace transfer roller.
3. Check left and right spring of transfer roller
and the spring pressing the developer
inside the machine
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Error Status
Check
Solution
Horizontal band
1. Unstable high voltage contact
1. Clean each contact and check good contact
2. Clean charge roller
3. Replace fuser unit
4. Check Main PBA.
2. Charge roller’s contamination
3. Contamination of heat roller
4. Malfunction of LSU
Abnormal Image Printing and Defective Roller
If abnormal image prints periodically, check the parts shown below.
NO
Roller
Abnormal image period
Kind of abnormal image
1
OPC Drum
94.3 mm
White spot. Black spot
2
Charge Roller
37.7 mm
White spot. Black spot
3
Supply Roller
35.8 mm
Horizontal dark band
4
Developer Roller
44.8 mm
Horizontal dark band
5
Transfer Roller
57.8 mm
Black side contamination/transfer fault
6
Heat Roller
82.5 mm
Black spot, White spot
7
Pressure Roller
78.5 mm
Black side contamination
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
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No Image Part 1
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
No Image Part 2
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All Black
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Vertical White LIne (Band)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Dark Image
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Background
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Ghost
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Black Spot
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Horizontal Band
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Irregular Density
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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White Spot
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Trailing Edge Disturbance When Printing Transparencies
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Poor Fusing
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-6 Malfunction
Error Status
Check
Solution
No power
1. Check the power supply to the
machine.
2. Check fuse F1 open.
1. If power supply differs from machine spec.
contact the dealer.
2. Install a new fuse F1.
Fuser Error
1. Thermostat open.
2. AC wire open.
3. Thermistor wire open.
4. Main PBA.
1. Detach AC connector and test for an open
circuit across thermostat, if necessary install a
new thermostat.
2. Install new wiring.
3. Install new wiring.
4. Install a new Main PBA.
Cover open
1. Check the lever is pressed when the
top cover is closed.
2. Micro switch’s contact.
3. CPU and related circuit.
1, 2 and 3. Open top cover and press the
lever. If CPU detects cover close, check for
mechanical problem in top cover and lever
assembly. If not there is an electrical problem.
Jam 0
Check where Jam 0 happens.
1. Paper is not picked up.
2. Paper is located in feed sensor.
3. Jams when inserting specific papers
such as envelope into the MPF.
4. Jams when inserting specific papers
such as envelope into the Manual
Feeder.
5. The stacker extender is unfolded.
6. The adjustable guide can grip the
paper.
1. Check whether solenoid is working or not
by using Engine Test Mode
2. Check the operation of the feed sensor.
Check if it is misplaced with paper width sensor.
3. Re-try using fewer sheets of paper.
•Fan the paper and align.
•Turn the paper stack.
4. Turn the paper stack
•Use paper as recommended for manual
feeding.
•When loading, ensure the paper detect sensor senses loading
5. When using long paper, use the stacker
extender
6. Adjust guide to fit the paper width
Jam 1
Paper is jammed just after fuser unit.
1. This is mainly caused by double feeding.
Check paper is well stacked in feeder.
2. Check the mechanical actuation of the feed
sensor. Check the electrical operation of feed
sensor using the Engine Test Mode.
3. Check exit operation. Remove jam and
check actuator moves freely by hand. If actuator is too stiff, paper can wrap around the heat
roller. Install new parts if necessary.
Jam 2
Check where Jam 2 happens
1. Paper is curled and cannot exit.
2. Paper is curled in the exit cover.
1. Remove the paper jam and check for paper
path obstructions
2. Check the ribs of exit cover for obstructions
to the paper path, clean the ribs or install a
new cover.
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Error Sta- Check
tus
Solution
Jam 2 at
face-up tray
1. Tried to print and stack thick paper in
the face-up tray.
2. Tried to print and stack thin paper in
the face-up tray.
1. When using thick paper such as envelope,
card stock, label and transparencies, one-sheet
printing is recommended.
2. Face-down tray is recommended for thin
paper.
Jam 2 at
face-down
tray
1. Face down tray is full.
2. Paper curls in the face down tray.
1. Empty the face down tray.
2. Open the cover front and check that the roller
and spring, are correctly located.
Clutch error
1. Check the solenoid spring.
2. Check the armature assembly/cushion
3. Check the harness and connectors
to the clutch.
1. Check whether the spring is expanded or not.
2. Check for the correct assembly of the armature.
3. Install new parts as necessary.
High voltage error
1. Check the terminal output voltage
2. Check HVPS
1. Remove the toner cartridge, open the cover
and press cover open switch lever. Measure the
voltage with high voltage probe during print
cycle. If the voltage is normal, install a new toner
cartridge.
2. Disassemble the left side cover, and check
HV of the solder side of HVPS, if necessary,
install a new HVPS.
Feeding
obstacles
1. Check for paper path obstructions.
2. Does the plate-knock-up prevent
paper feeding.
1. Clear obstructions from the paper path.
2. Turn the power off and on. Open and close
the Top cover to return to the original state.
Skew
Is the width guide adjusted to the paper
width?
Correctly adjust the width guide.
Stacking
1. Took out the Stacker extender to
support long papers?
2. Too much paper in the stacker
3. Face-up stacker does not neatly
stack the papers and stack not in order.
1. Use extender as per the paper length.
2. The Face-up stacker normally can hold 100
pages when using 75gsm, however, stacking
capacity will be lower with thicker paper.
3. Face-down stacking is recommended for specific papers and one-sheet feed.
Engine Error 1. Check CBF Harness (Main PBA to
LSU), CN7 on WCP421, CN1 on F12.
Refer to troubleshooting “ENGINE ERROR”.
Document
jam
Document is not picked up in ADF
1. Check document is correctly stacked in ADF
2. Check and remove any staples or clips from
the documents
3. Do not exceed recommended quantity of documents
Document has stopped after it has fed
into the ADF
1. Check the operation of the Reg. sensor
2. Check the operation of the Feed Roller
Does the document curl upon exit
1. Check the document path in the ADF
2. Check the ADF is correctly assembled
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No Power (No LCD or LEDs)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Fuser Error
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Paper Jam (Mis-feeding)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Paper Jam (Jam 1)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Engine Error (WorkCentre Pro 412 & FaxCentre F12)
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Engine Error (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
Check
CBF Harness-CN7
(Main B’D to
LSU)
NO
Try again to connector
Replace connector
YES
Check
Main B’D CN7-9, NO
P_MOTOR Signal
(
)
Replace Main PBA
YES
Check
Main B’D CN7-8, NO
LREADY Signal
(
)
Replace LSU
YES
Check
Main B’D CN7-4, NO
LDON Signal
(
)
Replace Main PBA
YES
Check
Main B’D CN7-1, NO
HSYNC Signal
(
)
Replace LSU
YES
END
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-7 Other Faults
This section contains details of other faults that can occur with either WorkCentre Pro 412 or the FaxCenter F12. These procedures have previously been issued as service bulletins.
7-7-1 "Scan to PC" Errors (PC based software package) (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
OmniFax (USA), NASG-Canada, ESG
Problem:
When using the "Scan to PC" software it has been known to crash while displaying a dialog box on screen.
The dialog box cannot be closed and will stay in front of everything else.
Cause:
Problems with PC based drivers earlier than 1.12.
Solution:
Load the latest drivers on to the PC. Current version 1.12, dated October 4, 2001. This can be found on
the www.xerox.com website.
Software Version:
PCL Printer Driver before v 1.12 dated September 10, 2001.
7-7-2 PCL6 Printing Errors (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
OmniFax (USA), NASG-Canada, ESG
Problem:
When printing a file with complex graphics and large amounts of text the printer will fail to complete the job
and print a PCL6 Error.
Cause:
Problems with the Firmware earlier than 0994.
Solution:
Load the latest firmware on to the machine. Current version 1.01 dated September 21, 2001. This can be
found on the www.xerox.com website.
Software Version:
Firmware before 0994 v 1.00, dated September 21, 2001.
7-7-3 US/Canada Country Set on European Machine Causes Fax Problems (WCP
412 Only)
Operational Groups:
OmniFax (USA), NASG-Canada, ESG
Problem:
The country code has been set to US/Canada, which resets the machine and LIU board to work reliably
only in a US/Canadian environment. The menu has also removed the option to allow the user to return the
machine to a European model.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Cause:
User has set the machine up incorrectly and this has resulted in the fax failing to work properly.
Solution:
A service engineer will be required to perform the following steps.
1. Backup the customer phone book then enter TECH Mode
2. Press the MENU key
3. Locate the option MEMORY CLEAR and press the Select button.
4. Using the left and right cursor keys locate the desired country code.
5. Press Select to activate the choice. The machine will reset back to factory defaults.
6. Choose the correct language from the Maintenance menu and upload the phone book.
7-7-4 Drum Counter Reset After Changing Faulty Drum (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
OmniFax (USA), NASG-Canada, ESG
Problem:
If the customer has changed their drum for a new one, the printer has no way of resetting the drum counter
to zero. This will cause problems with the future page counters if the drum has not achieved a life of 14k
copies. This facility is required to prevent drum counter discrepancies at a later date.
Cause:
There is no facility on the machine or procedure in the firmware that allowed the user or engineer to reset
the drum counter.
Solution:
1. Confirm the presence of Firmware Level 1.01 or higher, if not present then upgrade the firmware on
the machine. This can be found on the www.xerox.com website.
2. Press the "Menu" button
3. Press either the "Up" or "Down" cursor arrows until the LCD screen shows Maintenance - [System….],
then press the "Select" button.
4. Press either the "Up" or "Down" cursor arrows until the LCD screen shows Maintenance - [New
Drum…], then press the "Select" button.
5. To clear the Drum counter Press "1" followed by "Select". To cancel press "2" followed by "Select".
Software Version:
Control Panel Management and Machine Control Firmware, v 1.01, dated September 25, 2001.
7-7-5 Toner Warning Message Does not Indicate Empty Toner Cartridge
Operational Groups:
Omnifax (USA), ESG, NASG-Canada
Problem:
The cartridge is empty, but the printer does not register an empty condition.
Cause:
It is possible that if the toner sensor windows in the printer become contaminated, the printer will fail to register an empty cartridge.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Solution:
The location of both the send and receive sensor windows are shown in Figure 1. Using a lint-free cloth,
clean both windows and try the empty cartridge again.
Upper sensor window.
Lower sensor window.
Figure 1 Sensor windows
7-7-6 Compaq Laptop Scanning Problems
Operational Groups:
Omnifax (USA), ESG, NASG-Canada
Problem:
On some Compaq Laptops it has been noticed that when you are scanning from the Twain Driver using the
Parallel port connected to the WorkCentre Pro 412 the process can fail to work properly.
Cause:
It has been found that the chipsets that control the Compaq portable’s I/O ports have some problems with
certain devices.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Solution:
To remedy this problem visit the Compaq website by typing in the following address:
http://www.compaq.com/support/files/notebooks/us/download/8379.html
Download the SP2158.EXE program that contains the file SETPORT.EXE.
Follow the instructions laid out in the accompanying documentation that is in SP2158.EXE. This will enable
you to correctly configure the Parallel port on the machine.
7-7-7 Scanning Problems (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
Omnifax (USA), ESG, NASG-Canada
Problem:
In some extreme cases the WCP412 can stop responding to both scanning functions and keypad input.
You may also receive an error message on the PC when trying to scan "System Warming up… Remaining
Time: 1".
Cause:
The WorkCentre Pro 412 has hung. It may still function correctly as a fax/printer.
Solution:
To remedy this problem you will need to Power Off and Power On the WCP 412. When you have restored
the power to the machine you will then be able to scan correctly and use the keypad on the machine.
7-7-8 Black Lines Showing on all Copied Pages (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
All
Problem:
Black lines appear on copied sheets that are not present on the original when using the ADF or Platen to
make a copy.
Cause:
The cause has been identified as the Scanner CCD that has a misfiring pixel(s). This will cause all pages
that are copied with either the ADF or the Platen to have black lines running from the leading edge all the
way down the trailing edge of the copied page.
Solution:
First check that the printer is not creating the lines, by printing one of the built in reports. If this is clear,
check both the CVT and Platen glass for contamination. If after all the checks show clear areas, make a
copy on both the platen and the ADF and compare them for similar lines. After comparison, if the image
problem still exists the only solution we have been able to provide is a complete replacement of the Scanner CCD assembly, Part Number: 109N00584.
Figure 1 shows the kind of problem that can be seen if the machine has a faulty CCD assembly.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Faulty CCD image quality
Normal image quality
Figure 1 Image quality examples
7-7-9 Document Continuously Jammed in the ADF Paper Path (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
All
Problem:
The ADF paper path becomes blocked and in some cases the paper path sensors become dislodged. This
creates a paper jam in the ADF when the next job is fed.
Cause:
When paper becomes jammed in the ADF paper path, it has been found that users will remove the paper
using a great deal of force in an incorrect fashion. This has caused small pieces of paper to be left in the
paper path or for the sensors to be dislodged and no longer function correctly.
Solution:
In some cases the customer is able to remove the paper blockage and the machine will function correctly.
In other cases an engineer has to be called out to re-seat the sensors in the ADF feed assembly or clear
the blockage. The corrective action is to advise the customer on the correct way to clear paper jams in the
printer and ADF. For further information the customer should be shown the WCP412 User Manual’s troubleshooting guide located on the User Manual CD-ROM supplied with the machine.
7-7-10 ADF Paper Feed Problem (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
All
Problem:
The ADF pick-up roller fails to engage the clutch and paper will not be drawn into the ADF paper path.
Cause:
The cause has been diagnosed as a problem, with some of the grease on the shaft migrating into the
clutch. This will prevent the clutch engaging the pick-up roller and feeding paper into the ADF paper path.
Solution:
The proposed solution involves cleaning the gear and clutch assembly. This procedure is described below.
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WorkCentre M15/M15i
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Procedure
NOTE: If this procedure fails to cure the problem, order a new ADF assembly. The Part Number is
002N02054. If an order is placed using the old part number, the correct part number will be issued.
1. Remove the ADF pick-up assembly from the ADF unit. Place the ADF pick-up assembly on a clean
surface.
2. Remove the first pin, Figure 1.
3
Remove the first pin.
2
Move the shaft in the
direction of the arrow.
1
Remove the retaining
ring.
Figure 1 First pin
3. Remove the second pin, Figure 2.
3
Remove the shaft.
1
Move the shaft in the
direction of the arrow.
2
Remove the second
pin.
Figure 2 Second pin
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4. Remove the pick-up roller assembly, Figure 3.
1
Remove the roller.
2
Remove the
clutch and gear.
Figure 3 Pick-up roller assembly
5. Thoroughly clean any grease from the shaft, gear, clutch and the inside of the pick-up roller.
Replacement
Replacement is the reverse of the removal procedure. If the friction bearing has detached from the ADF
pick-up assembly, perform the following procedure.
1. Re-position the spring clip in the centre of the 5 indentations, Figure 4.
Centre indentation
Spring clip
Figure 4 Friction bearing spring clip
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2. When re-installing the friction bearing onto the ADF pick-up assembly, ensure that the end of the
spring is inserted into the slot in the pick-up assembly, Figure 5.
Slot in the pick-up assembly.
Figure 5 Friction bearing
7-7-11 Firmware Upgrade (WCP 412 Only)
Operational Groups:
All
Problem:
NONE: Informational Bulletin
Cause:
NONE: Informational Bulletin
Solution - Information
Introduction
The following information outlines the recent firmware that has been cut into the production line.
Firmware - Fixes included
• It is possible to set a default time that allows the machine to reset the copy count back to default.
This can be found under SYSTEM SETUP and is listed as [TIMEOUT]
• Image & shading quality have been improved.
• The HELP report has been updated to account for changes to UI.
• Image registration has been added to allow a Technician to modify the left and right margins of the
image on the page. This can only be modified in Tech mode. This is to be located in TECH mode
under MAINTENANCE a new entry has been added [ IMAGE REGI ]
Engine - Fixes included
• Fuser, Transfer voltages and printing speed have been modified to take into account various paper
types.
• Corrected the problem of printing blank pages when sending a print job.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
PCL 6 - Fixes Included
Various improvements to the handling of PCL6 documents.
Upgrading Machines in the Field
Upgrade the machine to version 1.08 firmware.
The upgrade can be performed using a PC or laptop running Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP using either
the USB or Parallel port.
A USB or Parallel cable is required to upgrade the machine and the computer must be running ControlCentre software that was supplied with it.
The Firmware can be used on any previous versions shown on the machine.
After upgrading the product, the following firmware versions will be displayed by printing out a System
Data List, refer to Table 1.
Table 1 System Data List
Firmware
1.08
Engine
1.07
Emulation
PCL6 3.03 12-11-2001
PCL5 1.48 08-10-2001
Firmware Location:
Docushare
http://xww.odpg.world.xerox.com:99/View/Collection-38995
Website
Go to www.xerox.com and search under the WCP412 for the drivers
Tools
Firmware files
emul0108.hd (PCL Emulation)
k9wx0108.hd (Main UI AND Engine)
Software
ControlCentre (installed)
Hardware
USB Cable or Parallel Cable
TAG No.
Strategy
Not applicable
N/A
Software Version:
Any
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7-7-12 Toner Cartridge and Drum Cartridge Service
Precautions on Safe-keeping of the Drum Cartridge
Excessive exposure to direct light for more than a few minutes may cause damage to the drum.
Service for the Life of Toner Cartridge
If the printed image is light due to the life of the toner, you can temporarily improve the print quality by
shaking the toner cartridge to redistribute the toner. However, only replacement of the toner cartridge will
solve the problem.
Service for Judgement of Inferior Expendables and the Standard of Guarantee
Please refer to User’s Manual or Instructions on Fax/Printer Expendables SVC for the judgement of inferior
expendables and the standard of guarantee besides this service manual.
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-7-12-1 Signs of Low toner cartridge
Fault
Signs
Cause & Check
Solution
Light image and
partially blank
image
(The life is
ended.)
• The printed image
is light or unclean
and untidy.
1. If the image is light or unclean
and untidy - Shake the developer
and then recheck.
(1)NG: Check the weight of the
developer
(2)OK: Lack of toner, so the life is
nearly finished.
1. All of 1, 2, 3 aboveIf it become better by shaking, replace
with a new developer after 50-100
sheets in the closing state of the life
span.
2. Some part of image is not
printed - Shake the developer
and then
recheck.
(1)NG: Check the weight of the
developer and clean the
LSU window with a cotton
swab, then recheck.
(2)OK: Lack of toner, so the life is
nearly finished.
2. In case of 2If it becomes better after cleaning the
LSU window, then the developer is not
the problem.
(Because of foreign substance on the
LSU window, the image has not been
printed partly.)
3. Periodically "tick s" occur - Measure the cycle and the weight of
the developer.
3. In case of 3If the cycle of noise is about 2 seconds,
the toner inside the developer has been
nearly exhausted.( Purchase and
replace with a new developer after using
about 200 sheets at the point of occurrence)
4. White vertical stripes on the
whole screen or partly :
Check the weight of the developer.
4. In case of 3This is a phenomenon caused by lack
of toner, so replace with a new developer.
1. Toner is fallen on the paper periodically.
(1)Check the cycle of contamination.
(2)Check the appearance of both
ends of the developer OPC
drum.
1. If both ends of the OPC drum are contaminated with toner:
Check the life of the developer.
2.The center of the printed matter
is contaminated with toner.
(1)Check whether foreign substances or toner are stuck to the
terminal (contact point) of the
developer.
(2)Check whether the state of the
terminal assembly is normal.
2. Check whether it could be recycled.
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Digital Printer
Toner Contamination
• Some part of the
image is not
printed.
• Periodically a noise
as "tick tick"
occurs.
• Toner is fallen on
the papers periodically.
• Contaminated with
toner on prints
partly or over the
whole surface.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
7-49
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Fault
Signs
Cause & Check
Solution
White Black spot
• Light or dark black
dots on the image
occur periodically.
1. If light or dark periodical black
dots occur, this is because the
developer rollers are contaminated with foreign substance or
paper particles.
(1)37.7mm interval :
Charged roller
(2)94.3mm interval :
OPC cycle
1. In case of 1 above Run OPC Cleaning Mode Print 5-5
times repeatedly to remove. Especially
check foreign substance on the OPC
surface, then remove them with a clean
gauze moistened with IPA(Isopropyl
Alcohol) not to damage OPC if necessary.
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Prin
Prin
Prin
Prin
Prin
• White spots occur
in the image periodically.
Caution : Never use usual alcohol.
2. If white spots occur in a black
image at intervals of 94, 29mm,
or black spots occur elsewhere,
the OPC drum is damaged or
foreign substance is stuck to the
surface.
3. If a black and white or graphic
image is partially broken at irregular intervals, the transfer roller's
life has expired or the transfer
voltage is abnormal.
Recycled product
• Poor appearance of
the developer.
• Unclean and rough
printouts.
• Bad background in
the image.
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2. In case of 2
If they have not disappeared by running
OPC Cleaning Mode Print 5-5 times.
: at intervals of 94.3mm Replace the developer.
: at intervals of 37.7mm Remove foreign substance, Clean the
Charged Roller
: Broken image Replace the developer according to
carelessness.
3. In case of 3 - Exchange the transfer
roller because the life of the transfer
roller in use has been expired. (Check
the transfer voltage and readjust if different.)
1. Poor appearance of the developer.
(1)Check the damage to label
and whether different materials
are used.
(2)Check the appearance of parts
of the developer, such as the
frame or the hopper.
1. In case of 1 (1)If there is an evidence of disassembling the developer.
(2)If materials other than normal parts of
the developer are added or substituted.
2. Unclean and rough printouts.
(1)Check whether foreign substance or toner are stuck to the
terminal (contact point) of the
developer.
(2)Check whether the state of the
terminal assembly is normal.
2. In case of 2 - If there are any abnormals in connection with the situation of
1.
(1)It occurs when the developer is recycled more than twice.
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Fault
Signs
Cause & Check
Solution
Ghost & Image
Contamination
• The printed image
is too light or dark,
or partially contaminated black.
1. The printed image is too light or
dark, or partially contaminated
black.
(1)Check whether foreign sub
stance or toner are stuck to
the terminal(point of contact)
of the developer.
(2)Check whether the terminal
assembly is normal.
1. All of 1, 2, 3 above
(1)Remove toner and foreign substances
adhered to the contact point of the
developer.
(2)The contact point of the unit facing
that of the developer also must be
cleaned.
(3)If the terminal assembly is unsafe:
• Secure the terminal to or reassemble it
after disassembling.
• Disassemble the side plate and push
the terminal that is stuck, then reassemble it.
• Totally contaminatedblack.
(Black image
printed out)
2. Totally contaminated black.
(Black image printed out)
(1)Check whether foreign sub
stances are stuck to the terminal(point of contact) of the
developer and the state of
assembly.
(Especially check the charged
roller terminal.)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
2. In case of 2
It is a phenomenon when the OPC drum
of the developer is not electrically
charged. Clean the terminals of the
charged roller, then recheck it.
7-51
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
7-7-13 The cause and solutions of bad environment of the software
7-7-13-1 The printer is not working (1)
Description: Wile Power turned on, the printer is not working in the printing mode.
Check and Cause
Solution
1. Check if the PC and the printer are properly connected
and the toner cartridge installed.
1. Replace the printer cable. If the problems is not solved
even after the cable is replaced, check the amount of the
remaining toner.
2. Printing is not working in the Windows.
2. Check if the connection between PC and printer port is
correct. If you use windows, check if the printer driver in
the controller is set up. If the printer driver is properly set
up, check in which program the printing is not working. The
best way to find out is to open the memo pad to check the
function of printing. If it is not working in a certain program,
adjust the setup of the program. Sometimes, the printout is
normal within the Windows basic programs, but it’s not
working in a particular program. In such case, install the
new driver again. If not working in the Windows basic program, Check the setup of the port of CMOS is on ECP. And
check the address of IRQ 7 and 378
3. Check if the printer cable is directly connected to peripheral devices
3. If the scanner needs to be connected to the printer, first
remove the scanner from the PC to see if the printer is
properly working.
7-7-13-2 The printer is not working (2)
Description: After receiving the printing order, no response at all or the low speed of printing occurs due to
wrong setup of the environment rather than malfunction of the printer itself
Check and Cause
Solution
1. Secure more space of the hard disk.
1. Not working with the message ’insufficient printer memory’
means hard disk space problem rather than the RAM
problem. In this case, provide more space for the hard
disk.
2. Printing error occurs even if there is enough space in the
hard disk.
2. The connection of the cable and printer port is not proper.
Check if the connection is properly done and if the parallel
port in CMOS is rightly set up.
3. Check the parallel-port-related items in the CMOS Setup
of the PC.
3. As a printer port, Select ECP or SPP among SPP(Normal), ECP, and EPP modes (increase printing speed) SPP
normal mode support 8-bit data transfer, while ECP Mode
transfer the 12-bit data.
4. Reboot the system to print.
7-52
4. Check the cable or the printer driver may be defective.
Turn the PC and printer off, and reboot the system to print
again. If not solved, double-click the printer in my computer If the regular fonts are not printed this time again.
the cable must be defective so replace the cable with new
one.
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8. Exploded View & Parts List
10
26
30
11
14-2
14-3
25
2-1
2-2
1-5
1-6
2
1-6
1-3
20
1-4
1-1
1
1-2
3
22
23
28
4
6
5
12
7
16
8
15
26-1
24
26-2
13
9
14
17
33
14-1
21
14-5
18
18-2
29
19
27
18-1
8-1. Main Exploded View & Parts List
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-1
Exploded View & Parts List
8-1-1 Main Parts List
ITEM
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
2
2-1
2-2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-SCANNER ASS’Y
ELA HOU-ADF ASS’Y
ELA HOU-PLATEN ASS’Y
PMO-COVER OPEN
PMO-COVER SIDE L
PMO-COVER SIDE R
PMO-GUIDE PAPER
MEA RACK-COVER PA EXIT ASS’Y
PMO-TRAY EXTENTION MP NE
PMO-COVER PAPER EXIT
MEC-CASSETTE ASS’Y
PMO-COVER FRONT
UNIT-LSU
PBA POWER(SMPS US)
PBA POWER(SMPS Europe)
ELA-OPC UNIT SET
ELA-TONER UNIT SET
ELA-TONER UNIT SET
ELA HOU-PICKUP ASS’Y
10
ELA HOU-SIDE COVER ASS’Y
002N02016
1
11
ELA HOU-MP ASS’Y
600N01741
1
12
13
14
ELA HOU-BASE FRAME ASS’Y
MEC-FEED ASS’Y
ELA HOU-FUSER(110V)ASS’Y
ELA HOU-FUSER(220V)ASS’Y
THERMOSTAT
LAMP-HALOGEN (110V)
LAMP-HALOGEN(220V)
GEAR-FUSER
PMO-GUIDE DUPLEX
THERMISTOR-FUSER
ELA HOU-FRAME MAIN ASS’Y
MEC-EXIT ASS’Y
ELA HOU-DRIVE ASS’Y
MEA RACK-COVER REAR ASS’Y
"PMO-COVER SIMM,XRX
PMO-COVER REAR
PBA MAIN-MAIN
PMO-CONNECT PAPER MFP
FAN-DC
PPR-OVERLAY
PPR-OVERLAY (English)
PPR-OVERLAY (English/French)
14-1
14-2
14-3
14-4
14-5
15
16
17
18
18-1
18-2
19
20
21
22
-
8-2
PART NUMBER
109N00585
022N01482
090N00151
002N02002
002N02003
002N02004
038N00370
002N02013
050N00392
002N02005
050N00393
002N02006
122N00207
105N01464
105N01465
113R00663
106R00586
106R00584
022N01485
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
022N01472
126N00182
126N00183
130N01214
122N00208
122N00209
126N00184
126N00185
600N01743
600N01736
007N01117
002N02014
002N02007
002N02008
140N05938
002N02012
127N01375
892E62830
892E80010
3/03
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
XE
NASG/XCL
WCP 412 & FC F12
ONLY
WCP 412 & FC F12
ONLY
WCP 412 & FC F12
ONLY
NOT SPARED
NASG/XCL
XE
NASG/XCL
XE
NOT SPARED
WCP 412 ONLY
NOT SPARED
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
ITEM
-
23
24
25
26
26-1
26-2
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
DESCRIPTION
PPR-OVERLAY (French)
PPR-OVERLAY (German)
PPR-OVERLAY (Italian)
PPR-OVERLAY (Spanish)
PPR-OVERLAY (Portuguese)
PPR-OVERLAY (Finnish)
PPR-OVERLAY (Dutch)
PPR-OVERLAY (Danish)
PPR-OVERLAY (Norwegian)
PPR-OVERLAY (Swedish)
PPR-OVERLAY (Hungarian)
PPR-OVERLAY (Czech)
PPR-OVERLAY (Polish)
PPR-OVERLAY (Romanian)
PPR-OVERLAY (Bulgarian)
PPR-OVERLAY (Greek/English)
MPR-NAME/PLATE XRX
SOLENOID-PICK UP
PMO-COVER EXIT REAR
MEA UNIT GUIDE CST PA ASS’Y
PMO-SHEET GUIDE PAPER
PMO-GUIDE CASSETTE RAIL
PBA LIU (US/Canada)
PBA LIU (Western Europe)
PBA LIU (Eastern Europe)
PBA LIU (Poland/Romania)
PMO-DUMMY BASE FRAME
IPR-SHIELD MAIN LOWER
PMO-COVER FEED AY
PMO-COVER BRKT MOTER
PMO-GUIDE PAPER OUT
PMO-DUCT FAN
PART NUMBER
892E62840
892E62870
892E62860
892E62850
892E62880
892E79920
892E62890
892E79910
892E79930
892E79940
892E79990
892E79950
892E79960
892E79980
892E79970
892E79900
015N00436
022N01486
002N02009
001N00384
140N05939
140N05945
140N05946
140N06037
002N02017
038N00371
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
WCP 412 ONLY
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For FaxCentre F12 unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-14. For WorkCentre M15/M15i unique
spare parts, refer to parts list 8-22.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-3
Exploded View & Parts List
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8-4
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-2. Platen Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre Pro 412
and WorkCentre M15/M15i)
3-1
3
1-1
1-2
S1
1
1-3
3-6
S1
0
1-4
3-8
3-2
3-4
3-7
1-5
3-3
3-5
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-9?
1-6
S2
1-6
1-7-1
S2
1-6
S2
1-7-2
1-7
2-17
2-1
2-2
2-4
2-4
2-19
2-16
2-3
2-14
2-21
2-5
2-6
2-15
2-18
2-13
2-8
2
2-20
2-7
2-7-1
2-9
2-11
2-10
2-12
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-5
Exploded View & Parts List
8-2-1 Platen Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre Pro 412 and WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
0
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-7-1
1-7-2
1-8
2
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-7-1
2-8
2-9
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-14
2-15
2-16
2-17
2-18
2-19
2-20
2-21
2-22
8-6
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-PLATEN ASS’Y
MEA RACK-SCAN UPPER ASS’Y
MCT-GLASS ADF
LABEL(L)-REGISTRATION EDGE (L)
PMO-DUMMY UPPER
LABEL(R)-REGISTRATION EDGE (R)
PMO-COVER SCAN UPPER
IPR-HOLDER GLASS
MEA RACK-GLASS PLATEN ASS’Y
LABEL(P)-SHEET SHADING
MCT-GLASS SCANNER(LEGAL)
A/S MATERAL-DUMMY UPPER
ELA HOU-SCAN LOWER ASS’Y
BELT-TIMING GEAR
SPRING-BELT
GEAR-TIMING
RING-E
GEAR-REDUCTION
PMO-HOLDER BELT
ELA HOU-SCAN MOTOR ASS’Y
MOTOR-SCAN
GEAR-IDLE
PMO-COVER PUMMY LOWER
IPR-CHANNEL BASE FRAME
PMO-HOLDER CCD
PMO-DUMMY SCAN LOWER
ICT-INSERT SHAFT
PMO-PULLEY
PMO-HOLDER BELT
RING-E
ICT-SHAFT CCD
PMO-LEVER SENSOR
IPR-BRK SCAN B’D
SPRING-EXIT
ELEC/MECH-SCANNER MODULE
CBF SIGNAL-CCD-FFC
PART NUMBER
090N00151
600N01737
118N00171
091N00678
019N00615
118N00172
019N00629
023N00955
005N00781
127N01376
005N00781
011N00473
140N05936
109N00584
117N01594
3/03
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-2-1 Platen Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre Pro 412 and WorkCentre M15/M15i)
(Cont.)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
3
ELA HOU-OPE COVER ASS’Y
002N02015
3-1
PMO-OPE COVER
002N02010
3-2
RMP-RUBBER FUNCTION
019N00616
3-3
RMO-RUBBER TEL
019N00617
3-4
PMO-KEY TEL
029N00274
3-5
RMO-RUBBER SCROLL
019N00618
3-6
PMO-KEY FUNCTION(A)
029N00275
3-7
PMO-KEY SCROLL
029N00280
3-8
PMO-KEY FUNCTION(B)
029N00276
3-9
PBA SUB-OPE(XEROX)
140N05947
3-10
PMO-KEY REPORT
029N00277
3-11
PMO-KEY STOP
029N00278
3-12
PMO-KEY START
029N00279
NOTE: For WorkCentre M15/M15i unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-23.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
8-7
Exploded View & Parts List
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8-8
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-3. ADF Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre Pro 412 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i)
0
1-1
1-2
1
1-3
1-5
5
1-4
1-16
1-19
2
1-21
1-6
1-20
2-1
1-17
6
1-18
1-12
2-2
1-13
2-3
1-4
2-4
1-10
1-15
2-5
7
1-8
1-9
4-4
4-3
4-1
3-8
1-11
3-1
S1
4-6
4-5
4-11
S1
4-8
3-17
3-3
4-7
4-9
3-2
3-2
3-7
4-2
4
3-4
3-19
3-8
3-2
3-5
3-18
3-6
3-4
3-12
3-11
3
3-10
3-9
3-13
3-13
3-14
3-15
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-9
Exploded View & Parts List
8-3-1 ADF Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre Pro 412 & WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
0
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-19
1-20
1-21
2
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10
8-10
DESCRIPTION
SEC. CODE
ELA HOU-ADF ASS’Y
MEA RACK-PLATEN COVER ASS’Y
PMO-TX STACKER
IPR-WASHER SPRING CY
PMO-DOC GUIDE L
PMO-DOC GUIDE R
GEAR PINION
SPRING-HINGE PLATE
ROLLER EXIT IDLE
IPR-SHAFT EXIT
NPR-SPRING PINCH DRIVE
PMO-COVER PLATEN
PPR-SPONGE SHEET
PPR-SHEET PLATEN
IPR-SPRING PINCH
IPR-SHAFT PINCH
PMO-ROLL PINCH
PMO-HINGE PLATEN
PMO-BUSHING HINGE
PMO-HSG HINGE
ICT-SHAFT HINGE
RING-C
MEA-RACK-HINGE ASS’Y
MEA RACK-ADF UPPER ASS’Y
COVER ADF UPPER
ADF RUBBER
HOLDER ADF
SPONG ADF
SPRING ADF
ELA HOU-ADF LOWER ASS’Y
SPRING TORSION DOC
E-RING
GEAR-ADF 38
PMO-BUSH
MEC-ROLLER DRIVE
COVER ADF LOWER
PMO-ACTUATOR SENSOR DOC
PMO ACTUATOR SENSOR REG
MEC-ROLLER EXIT
BUSHING HOLDER
090N00152
022N01478
038N00372
038N00373
025N00081
600N01799
600N01799
022N01487
019N00610
600N01740
013N00513
007N01113
130N01202
130N01217
022N01473
3/03
Q’TY
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
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NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-3-1 ADF Assembly Parts List (Cont.)
ITEM
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-16
3-17
3-18
3-19
3-20
4
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
4-8
4-9
4-10
4-11
5
6
S1
DESCRIPTION
SEC. CODE
SPRING CLUTCH
GEAR-EXITE 23
SPRING WHITE BAR
BRKT WHITE BAR
PPR-WHITE BAR SHEET
PMO-ACTUATOR SENSOR REGI
PBA SUB-ADF
PBA SUB-ADF POS SEN
PBA SUB-ADF DET SEN
PMO-ACTUATOR SENSOR SCAN
ELA HOU-ADF MOTOR ASS’Y
GEAR CLUTCH 29
BRKT ADF MOTOR
PMO-WHITE CLUTCH SUB 29
GEAR-CLUTCH IDLE 39
GEAR DOUBLE 33/20
E-RING
GEAR-DOUBLE 17/35
GEAR IDLE 25
MOTOR ADF
GEAR-JAM NOB
GEAR REDUCTION45/19
MEC RACK-PICK UP ASS’Y
CBF D SUB CBL_ADF_MAIN (ADF
CABLE)
SCREW-TAPTITE
025N00079
025N00080
022N01471
130N01199
130N01200
130N01201
127N01377
002N02054
117N01586
Q’TY
REMARK
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
2
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For WorkCentre M15/M15i unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-24.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-11
Exploded View & Parts List
This page intentionally blank
8-12
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-4. Side Cover Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
3-3
3-2
3-1
3
2
1
21
4-2
4-1
4-3
5
15
1-4 1-4
0
4
1-2
11-4
14
13
1-5
11
18
17
20
16
1-8
1-8
1-10
1-11
1-10
9
1-6
19
1-9
1-3
1-9
1-3
1-7
8
6
1-1
10-2
10-3
7
10-4
12
10-6
10-5
10
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-13
Exploded View & Parts List
8-4-1 Side Cover Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
2
3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
4
4-1
4-2
4-3
5
6
7
8
9
10
10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4
10-5
10-6
8-14
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-SIDE COVER ASS'Y
MEA RACK-DUPLEX ASS'Y
PMO-GUIDE DP SIDE
RING-CS
SPRING-FUSER EXIT
GEAR-DUP IDLER 17
GEAR-MP/DUP DRV
IPR-BRKT G DUP
PMO-GP LOWER DP
PMO-SHAFT DUP DRIVER
PMO-ROLLER_EXIT
RPR-RUBBER EXIT
PMO-BUSHING TX(B4)
PMO-GUIDE DP SIDE
MEC-ROLLER TRANSFER
MEA UNIT-HOLDER TR:R
SPRING-PLATE TR
SPRING-TR_R
PMO-BUSH
PMO-HOLDER TR R
MEA UNIT-HOLDER TR:L
SPRING-TR_L
PMO-BUSH
PMO-HOLDER TR L
GEAR-TRANSFER
PMO-LOCKER SIDE R
PMO-LOCKER OPEN
SPRING-LOCKER TORSION
SPRING-FEED
MEA RACK-TRAY ASS’Y
PMO-TRAY CASE, MP
PMO-SIDE EXIT, MP
PMO-SIDE GUIDE, MP
PMO-TRAY COVER, MP
IPR-GUIDE LATCH, MP
PMO-TRAY LINK,MP
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
002N02016
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
022N01475
007N01116
007N01363
007N01114
019N00619
019N00620
009N01366
022N01476
002N02011
012N00139
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
Side Cover Assembly Parts List (Cont.)
ITEM
11
11-1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
CBF HARNESS-OPE GND
PMO-GUIDE DP SIDE
PMO-TIE STOPPER
IPR-BRKT GROUND B
IPR-BRKT GROUND TR
IPR-BRKT GROUND A
IPR-BRACKET GUIDE B
PMO-BUSHING FEED
IPR-PLATE SAW
PMO-FEED FRAME
PMO-HOLDER SAW
IPR-BRACKET GUIDE A
120N00394
Q’TY
REMARK
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For WorkCentre M15/M15i unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-25.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-15
Exploded View & Parts List
This page intentionally blank.
8-16
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-5. Cassette Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
11
3
13
13
7
S1
8
2
15
14
1
5
4
12
10
6
9
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-17
Exploded View & Parts List
8-5-1 Cassette Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
S1
8-18
DESCRIPTION
MEC-CASSETTE ASS'Y
IPR-FINGER
IPR-GUIDE PLT PAPER
IPR-PLATE K/UP
IPR-SPR PLT G/SIDE
PMO-COVER CASSETTE
PMO-FRAME CASSETTE
PMO-GUIDE FRONT CST
PMO-GUIDE REAR
PMO-GUIDE/SIDE CST
PMO-LOCKER PLATE
PRP-PAD CAST
SPRING-LOCKER PLATE
SPRING-PLATE K/UP
LABEL(R)-INSTRUCTION CST
LABEL(R)-HEIGHT CST
SCREW-TAPTITE
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
050N00393
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
5
015N00437
032N00351
032N00352
015N00438
019N00611
015N00439
015N00435
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-6. Exit Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
6
7
10
8
6
10
5
4
10
11
S1
1
10
19
17
15
18
16
3
13
12
14
2
S1
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-19
Exploded View & Parts List
8-6-1. Exit Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
S1
DESCRIPTION
MEC-EXIT ASS'Y
PMO-GUIDE-EXIT UPPER
PMO-GUIDE-EXIT LOWER
PMO-GUIDE-JAM REMOVE
MEC-ROLLER EXIT DRV
PMO-ROLLER DECURL
PMO-PULLEY DUPLEX
BELT-TIMING GEAR
GEAR-DUPLEX
PMO-BEARING LARGE DP
PMO-BEARING LARGE DP
IPR-GROUND-EXIT
ICT-SHAFT-EXIT LOWER ID
PMO-ROLLER_EXIT
SPRING-EXIT ROLL FD
PMO-HOLDER EXIT ROLL
PMO-ROLLER FD F
PMO-ROLLER FD R
SPRING-EXIT LOWER IDLE
MEC- BRUSH ANTISTATIC
SCREW-TAPTITE
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
600N01736
1
1
1
1
2
4
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
2
4
4
4
4
1
3
007N01115
022N01474
013N00514
013N00514
115N00354
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For FaxCentre F12 unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-19.
8-20
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-7. Feeder Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
2
0
1
6
5
4
7
11
3
12
18
10
12
9
13
5
8
15
18
12
17
19
S1
6
14
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-21
Exploded View & Parts List
8-7-1 Feeder Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
S1
8-22
DESCRIPTION
MEC-FEED ASS'Y
PMO-FRAME FEED
GEAR-FEED
GEAR-MP/DUP DRV
ICT-SHAFT FEED
PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MP
E-RING
C-RING
PMO-BRKT FEED
PMO-ROLLER FEED
PMO-HOLDER PINCH C
PMO-HOLDER PINCH SUB
PMO-ROLLER FEED L
SPRING-FEED CAST
PMO-HOLDER PINCH M
PMO-SUB HOLDER FEED
SPRING-FEED MP
WASHER-PLAIN
PMO-ROLLER FEED S
IPR-SHAFT FEED IDLER
SCREW-TAPTITE
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
022N01472
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
3
013N00515
022N01470
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-8. MP Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
22
16
3
6
20
9
18
10
5
1
21
14
20
8
25
25
3
4
2
12
11
7
13
17
23
15
24
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
19
8-23
Exploded View & Parts List
8-8-1 MP Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
8-24
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-MP ASS'Y
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
RING-E
SOLENOID-MP
SPRING--CAM MP
SPRING-PICK UP MP
SPRING-KNOCKUP,MP
IPR-BRACKET SOLENOIDE
PMO-HOLDER CAM MPF
PMO-GEAR P/U MPF
PMO-ROLLER CAM.MP
PMO-ACTUATOR,MP
PMO-ADJUSTER,MP
PMO-CAM PICK UP,MP
PMO-FRAME,MP
PMO-HOLDER PAD,MP
PMO-HOLDER SENSOR,MP
PMO-HOUSING PICK UP,MP
PMO-PLATE KNOCK UP,MP
PMO-IDLE PICK UP MP
RPR-RUBBER PICK UP,MP
RPR-RCT-PAD-PICKUP,MP
RPR-PAD KNOCK UP MP
PBA SUB-MP SEN
PMO-BUSHING PICKUP,MP
A/S MATERAL-PICKUP,MP
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
600N01741
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
005N00781
121N00595
009N01364
009N01365
120N00392
022N01479
022N01480
019N00613
130N01206
013N00516
019N00612
019N00614
130N01203
013N00515
022N01483
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-9. Base Frame Exploded View & Parts List
0
1
14
1
8
2
9
15
11
6
1
5
7
13
1
3
12
4
10
1
5
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-25
Exploded View & Parts List
8-9-1 Base Frame Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
ELA HOU-BASE FRAME ASS'Y
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
SPRING-TORSION
FOOT-RUBBER
CAM-CATCH
IPR-CHANNEL BASE FRAME
IPR-GROUND PLATE A(OPC)
IPR-GROUND PLATE B(BASE)
PMO-BASE FRAME
PMO-BRACKET PUSH DEVE
PMO-BRACKET SIDE OPEN
PMO-COVER FRONT DUMMY
ELA M/MEDIO AUD-SPEAKER
SPRING-DEVE
017N00212
003N00867
015N00440
015N00441
030N00606
130N01213
Q’TY
REMARK
1
5
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For FaxCentre F12 unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-20.
8-26
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-10. Pick-up Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
11
17
10
15
9
7
13
18
16
5
19
1
6
12
14
8
3
4
2
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-27
Exploded View & Parts List
8-10-1 Pick-up Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
8-28
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-PICKUP ASS'Y
IPR-GND FEED
IPR-GND INPUT
IPR-GUIDE INPUT
PMO-ACTUATOR EMPTY
PMO-BEARING SHAFT
PMO-BUSHING PICK UP MP
PMO-FEED SENSOR
PMO-GUIDE PAPER
PMO-HOLDER SENSOR FEED
PMO-LENS TONER SENSOR
PMO-PTL PATH
PMO-SHAFT PICK UP
RPR-RUBBER PICK UP
SPRING-PICKUP
SCREW-TAPTITE
PBA SUB-FEED+P.EMP SEN.
PBA SUB-PTL
PBA SUB-TONER_TX
A/S MATERAL-PICKUP,CST
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
022N01485
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
152N01895
022N01481
120N00393
006N01093
013N00515
022N01477
009N01362
130N01204
140N05940
130N01207
022N01484
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-11. Drive Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
5
8
4
6
9
23
2
10
2
S2
23
1
11
S1
3
23
12
13
14
S2
15
23
20
22
19
17
23
17
18
23
21
16
23
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-29
Exploded View & Parts List
8-11-1 Drive Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
S1
S2
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-DRIVE ASS'Y
IPR-BRKT MOTOR
MOTOR-STEP
HARNESS-MOTOR
RING-E
SOLENOID-DUPLEX
SPRING SOLENOID DP
IPR-LINK SOLENOID
GEAR-EXIT/U,ID
GEAR-SWING DRV
GEAR-35/19
GEAR-71/23
GEAR-DEVE DRV
PMO-DEV/COUPLING
GEAR-RDCN,OPC
GEAR-86/23
GEAR-RDCN FEED OUTER
GEAR-HUB CLUTCH
GEAR-RDCN FEED INNER
GEAR-FEED DRV
GEAR-OPC DRV
GEAR-GEAR FUSER DRV OUTER
GEAR-FUSER DRV INNER
RING-E
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
007N01117
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
8
5
7
127N01378
121N00596
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOTE: For WorkCentre M15/M15i unique spare parts, refer to parts list 8-26.
8-30
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-12. Main Frame Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
1-19
1-22
2
1-23
4
1-28
1-13
1-27
1-12
1-32
1-25
1-33
1-25 1-24
1-24
1-24
1-26
1-29.1-30
1-31
1
1-16
1-18
1-20
1-17
1-9
1-10
1-8
1-7
3
1-6
1-5
1-1
1-3
1-21
1-2
1-4
1-15
1-4
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
1-11
3/03
8-31
Exploded View & Parts List
8-12-1 Main Frame Assembly Parts List
ITEM
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-19
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-28
1-29
1-30
1-31
1-32
1-33
S
S
S
S
2
3
4
8-32
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-FRAME MAIN ASS’Y
PMO-HOUSING TERMINAL
IPR-TERMINAL BLADE
IPR-TERMINAL SUPPLY
IPR-TERMINAL TR
IPR-TERMINAL GND
IPR-TERMINAL DEVE KEY
CBF-HARNESS;MAIN-DEV_KEY
CBF-HARNESS; HVPS OUTPUT-FRAME
CBF-HARNESS:MAIN-THV
CBF-HARNESS;MAIN-MHV
PMO-FRAME MAIN
PMO-LENS TONER SENSOR
IPR-GND EXIT
IPR-GND OPC
IPR-GND OPC BASE
IPR-GND FUSER
IPR-GUARD C/O S/W
IPR-GND TERMINAL
CBF HARNESS-;FUSER(2PIN,550mm)
CBF-HARNESS;SWITCH-MICRO
CBF-HARNESS MOTOR
PBA SUB-EXIT SENSOR
PBA SUB-TONER_RX
GEAR-EXIT/U,ID
GEAR-EXIT,IDLE(Z17)
CBF-HARNESS THERMISTOR_JOINT
PMO-HOUSING TERMINAL
IPR-TERMINAL FU
PMO-CAP CONNECTOR L
PMO-CAP CONNECTOR U
CBF-HARNESS; RESISTOR ASS’Y
(100Mohrn)
SPRING-CLUTCH
RING-CS
NUT-HEXAGON
SCREW-TAPPING,M2x18
SCREW-ASS’Y MACH
SCREW-TAPTITE,M3x8 BLACK,BINDER
PMO-CAM JAM REMOVE
PMO-LOCKER DEVE
PMO-LEVER JAM REMOVE
3/03
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
600N01743
116N00227
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
5
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
110N01041
130N01205
130N01208
011N00463
116N00227
113N00364
113N00365
011N00464
007N01118
011N00465
2
5
2
1
2
17
1
1
1
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-13. Fuser Assembly Exploded View & Parts List
0
9
S1
S2
1
S2
13
S2
S2
6-1
6-2
10
6
11
12
7
8
5
4
2
14
25
26
3
23
24
19
22
16
17
18
15
17
20
16
21
27
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-33
Exploded View & Parts List
8-13-1 Fuser Assembly Parts List
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
6-1
6-2
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
S1
S2
8-34
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-FUSER(110V)ASS’Y
ELA HOU-FUSER(220V)ASS’Y
PMO-UPPER FUSER
RMO-ROLLER HEAT
PMO-BEARING H/R-F
BEARING-H/R L
GEAR-FUSER
MEA RACK-CLAW ASS'Y
SPRING-SAPERATION
PMO-GUIDE CLAW
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
REMARK
126N00182
126N00183
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
8
4
110V
220V
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
126N00184
IPR-PIN ROLLER EXIT
NPR-ELECTRODE GEAR
NPR-ELECTRODE M
NPR-ELECTRODE F
THERMOSTAT
THERMISTOR-FUSER
LAMP-HALOGEN (110V)
LAMP-HALOGEN(220V)
PMO-LOWER FUSER
PRESSURE ROLLER SPRING
BEARING-PRESSURE/R
RMO-ROLLER PRESSURE
PMO-LEVER JAM R
PMO-LEVER JAM F
PMO-GUIDE INPUT
IPR-GROUND FU
PMO-ACTUATOR EXIT
PMO-GUIDE DUPLEX
PMO-ARM ACTUATOR
SPRING-PR(7300)
LABEL(R)-HV FUSER
SCREW-TAPTITE
SCREW-TAPTITE
130N01214
122N00208
122N00209
3/03
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
110V
220V
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
2-2
2-1
2
54
55
20
1
25
54-2
54-1
39
56
3
4
28
47
34
6
5
12
7
45
35
46
26
8
43
15
9
49
26-2
26-3
24
13
44
16
21-1
50
26-4
53-3
38
53
53-1
53-2
11
30
37
14
21-2
26-3
26-1
48
17
37
51
33
21
19
10
52
52-4
52-3 52-2
52-1
29
42
41
18
27
18-2
40
36
18-1
Exploded View & Parts List
8-14. Main Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
8-35
Exploded View & Parts List
8-14-1 Main Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
6
16
19
AS-SCANNER ASS’Y
MEA UNIT-COVER PA EXIT ASS’Y
PMO-COVER PAPER EXIT
ELA ETC-SHIELD SMPS LOWER
MEC-UNIT EXIT ASS’Y
PBA MAIN-MAIN B’D
062N00242
002N02107
002N02108
055N00272
500N00100
140N06056
1
1
1
1
1
1
26
38
54
54-1
54-2
56
MEA UNIT GUIDE CST PA ASS’Y
CBF HARNESS-INLET(KOR)
MEA ETC-COVER REAR ASS’Y
PMO-GUIDE-EXIT-OPEN
PMO-COVER REAR
NPR-NAME/PLATE XRX
032N00376
152N01987
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2-2
DESCRIPTION
032N00377
002N02091
015N00436
REMARK
835P/XAA
110V
FAXCENTRE
F12 ONLY
NOT SPARED
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-1.
8-36
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-15. Scanner Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
10
1
0
2
2-3
2-6
2-2
2-1
2-4
2-5
4
3
5
7
6
8
9
11
11
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-37
Exploded View & Parts List
8-15-1 Scanner Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
0
1
2
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
8-38
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
AS SCANNER ASS’Y
ELA HOU-ADF UPPER ASS'Y
MEA HOU-GUIDE LOWER ASS'Y
PMO-GUIDE LOWER
PMO-GUIDE DOC R
PMO-GUIDE DOC L
IPR-WASHER SPRING CU
GEAR-PINION
PPR-FILM CIS
PMO-HOUSING UPPER ADF
PMO-COVER GEAR
PMO-TRAY INPUT DOC
AS ELA HOU-OPE ASS’Y
PCT-COVER LCD
CBF HARNESS-OPE
AS-HOU LOWER ASS’Y
PMO-TRAY LINK, MP
IPR B/K JOINT COVER
002N02092
002N02093
032N00378
032N00379
032N00380
009N01406
007N01178
063N00095
002N02094
002N02095
050N00411
002N02096
002N02097
002N02098
3/03
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-16. ADF Upper Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
0
1
4
9
3
11
8
14
13
7
7
10
2
15
17-1
17-2
17-3
5
17-4
6
17-5
17
16
17-6
17-7
19
18
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-39
Exploded View & Parts List
8-16-1 ADF Upper Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
17-1
17-2
17-3
17-4
17-5
17-6
17-7
18
19
8-40
DESCRIPTION
PMO-COVER TOP
PMO-GUIDE UPPER
PMO-ACTUATOR SCAN
CBF HARNESS-ADF POS SCAN ASS’Y
PMO-ACTUATOR DOC
PBA SUB-ADF DET SEN
SPRING ETC-PICK UP MP
ICT-SHAFT IDLE ROLLER
MEC IDLE ROLLER
MEC-BRUSH ANTISTATIC
IPR-SPRING IDLE ROLLER
IPR-GROUND EXTENSION
SPRING ETC-PAPER OUT
PMO-HOLDER PICK UP
PMO-SPRING ADF SET
IPR-BRKT WHITE BAR
MEA HOU-PRESSER ADF ASSY
PMO-HOLDER ADF
IPR-SPRING ADF1
IPR-SPRING ADF2
PPR-FILM ADF2
SILICON/RUBBER-PAD ADF
PPR-FILM ADF1
RIVET-SNAP
PPR-WHITE BAR SHEET
IPR-WHITEBAR
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
002N02099
032N00376
120N00411
152N01988
120N00412
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
009N01407
022N01559
022N01560
022N01561
001N00396
009N01408
019N00660
009N01409
002N02100
025N00079
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-17. Scan Lower Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
5
5-15
5-15-5
5-15-6
5-15-3
5-15-2
5-15-4
5-14
5-15-1
5-14-5
5-14-3
5-1
5-14-6
5-17-1
5-17-2
5-17-3
5-14-2
5-14-4
5-14-1
5-17-4
5-17
5-7
5-17-3
5-17-5
5-16-11
5-17-4
5-3
5-16-9
5-4
5-10
5-16
5-9
5-16-7
5-2
5-16-10
5-16-6
5-16-8
5-16-5
5-16-3
5-12
5-16-1
5-16-4
5-8
5-5
5-16-2
5-8
5-13-3
5-13-1
5-6
5-13
4
5-13-2
5-13-4
5-2
5-8
3
5-11
2
1
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-41
Exploded View & Parts List
8-17-1 Scan Lower Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
5-8
5-9
5-10
5-11
5-12
5-13
5-13-1
5-13-2
5-13-3
5-13-4
5-14
5-14-1
5-14-2
5-14-3
5-14-4
5-14-5
5-14-6
5-15
5-15-1
5-15-2
5-15-3
5-15-4
5-15-5
5-15-6
8-42
DESCRIPTION
PMO-HOUSING LOWER ADF
PMO-TRAY EXIT DOC
AS-SCAN PBA
CBF HARNESS-MAIN-ENGINE
AS-ADF LOWER ASSY
CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR
GEAR-PICK UP IDEL 38
IPR-LOKER TX
CBF HARNESS-COVER SW
CBF FLAT CBL-FFC
IPR-BRKT BASE
IPR-BRKT CIS
IPR-GROUND SHAFT
PMO-FRAME SIDE L
PMO-FRAME SIDE R
PMO-BRACKET PICK UP
PMO-HOLDER SHAFT
MEA HOU-PICK UP ASS’Y
PMO-BUSHING PICK UP
PMO-PICK UP CLUTCH SUB
GEAR-PICK UP
MEC-ROLLER PICK UP
MEA HOU-ROLLER SCAN ASS’Y
MEC-ROLLER SCAN
RING-E
WASHER-PLAIN
SPRING ETC-SHAFT
PMO-BUSHING SHAFT
GEAR-AGITATOR_1
MEA ETC-ROLLER EXIT ASS’Y
MEC-ROLLER EXIT
RING-E
WASHER-PLAIN
SPRING ETC-SHAFT
PMO-BUSHING SHAFT
GEAR-AGITATOR_1
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
002N02101
050N00412
140N06057
152N01989
022N01562
130N01251
007N01179
130N01252
152N01990
117N01593
030N00630
030N00631
006N01183
001N00397
001N00398
030N00632
019N00661
002N02102
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
002N02103
022N01563
3/03
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-17-1 Scan Lower Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12) (Cont.)
ITEM
5-16-1
5-16-2
5-16-3
5-16-4
5-16-5
5-16-6
5-16-7
5-16-8
5-16-9
5-16-10
5-16-11
5-17
5-17-1
5-17-2
5-17-3
5-17-4
5-17-5
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
GEAR-ADF ROLL
SPRING ETC-CLUTCH
PMO-SLEEVE ADF
MEC-ROLLER ADF
ICT-SHAFT ADF
ICT-PIN ADF
RING-E
WASHER-PLAIN
SPRING ETC-SHAFT
PMO-BUSHING SHAFT
GEAR-ADF
AS-MOTOR ASSY
IPR-BRKT GEAR
MOTOR-STEPPING HELICAL
GEAR-REDUCTION 45/19
RING-C
GEAR-RDCN 4316
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
007N01180
127N01419
3/03
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
8-43
Exploded View & Parts List
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8-44
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-18. OPE Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
0
3
2
1
4
5
6
8
7
9
10
15
16
12
14
13
11
17
18
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-45
Exploded View & Parts List
8-18-1 OPE Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
8-46
DESCRIPTION
AS-OPE-ASS’Y
PMO-OPE COVER
PCT-PAPER MEMORY
PCT-CARD MEMORY
PMO-KEY MEMORY(A)
PMO-KEY MEMORY(B)
PMO-KEY SHIFT
PMO-KEY SCROLL
PMO-KEY FUNCTION
PMO-KEY TEL
PMO-KEY SAVE(T)
PMO-KEY SAVE
PMO-KEY OHD
PMO-KEY START
PMO-KEY STOP
RMO-KEY RUBBER MEMORY
RMO-KEY RUBBER NAVI
RMO-KEY RUBBER TEL
AS-OPE PBA
3/03
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
002N02105
002N02106
091N00691
091N00692
029N00306
029N00307
029N00308
029N00322
029N00310
029N00311
029N00312
029N00313
029N00323
029N00315
029N00316
029N00317
029N00318
029N00319
140N06058
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-19. Exit Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
21
7
6
10
5
4
21
6
6
21
10
4
10
10
20
S6
11
22
19
1
17
15
13
16
12
14
18
3
S6
2
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-47
Exploded View & Parts List
8-19-1 Exit Assemby Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
20
PBA SUB-BIN-FULL SENSOR
130N01253
1
22
PMO-LEVER STACKING
011N00475
1
REMARK
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-6.
8-48
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-20. Base Frame Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
S6
14
S6
8
15
2
S6
S10
3
9
11
16
6
S6
5
7
S11
S6
1
12
11
13
10
4
S6
5
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-49
Exploded View & Parts List
8-20-1. Base Frame Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
15
IPR-GROUND PLATE SCF
015N00485
1
16
CBF HARNESS SCF
152N01991
1
REMARK
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-9.
8-50
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-21. SCF Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (FaxCentre F12)
1
5
5-5
5-3
5-4
5-2
5-10
5-1
5-6
5-8
7
5-3
6
5-11
5-7
5-9
5-3
5-12
6-9
3
6-8
S9
6-2
S9
S9
S9
4
6-3 6-5
6-1
6-7
6-4
6-6
2
12
9
10
11
13
8
8-4
8-3
14
S6
8-1
8-5 S6
8-2
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-51
Exploded View & Parts List
8-21-1 SCF Assembly Parts List (FaxCentre F12 Unique)
ITEM
0
1
2
3
4
5
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
5-8
5-9
5-10
5-11
5-12
6
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-9
7
8
8-1
8-2
8-3
8-4
8-5
9
10
11
12
13
14
8-52
DESCRIPTION
ELA UNIT-SCF ASS'Y
PMO-COVER TOP SCF
PMO-BASE FRAME-SCF
PBA MAIN-SCF
CBF HARNESS-SCF_8P
MEA ETC-GUIDE PAPERUPPER SCF
PMO-GUIDE PAPER UPPERSCF
PMO-SHAFT PICK UP
PMO-BEARING SHAFT
GEAR-PICK UP
RPR-RUBBER PICK UP
PMO-BUSHING_P/U,MP
SPRING ETC-PICKUP
PBA SUB-BIN_FULL_SEN.
RPR-ROLLER FEED SCF
GEAR-FEED (SCF)
RING-E
PMO-ACTUATOR EMPTY
ELA HOU-MOTOR SCF
IPR-BRKT GEAR
MOTOR-SCF
GEAR-P/UP DRV SCF
GEAR-IDLER OPTION
GEAR-IDLE(Z=30)
GEAR-IDLE(SCF)
RING-E
IPR-GROUND_ROLLER
SOLENOID-PICK UP
CBF HARNESS-GND
ELA HOU-GUIDE PAPER LOWERSCF
PMO-GUIDE PAPER LOWER
PMO-HOLDER IDLE ROLL16
PMO-IDLE ROLLER SCF16
PMO-BUSH IDLE ROLL-SCF16
SPRING ETC-PAD
ICT-SHAFT HV LARGE
SPRING ETC-HV LARGE
IPR-PLATE GROUND(A)
CAM-CATCH
FOOT-ML80
MEC-CASSETTE ASS'Y
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
500N00099
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
2
1
140N06059
152N01992
038N00381
127N01420
038N00382
006N01184
009N01410
015N00486
003N00867
050N00393
3/03
REMARK
OPTIONAL
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
2-2
2-1
1-1
2
ADF ONLY)
(M15i/M15
1-1
ONLY)
(M15 PLATEN
20
22
25
1-2
1
3
39
4-3
4-2
28
47
34
6
4-1
5
4
7
12
35
45
46
16
15
44
8
41
43
40
41-3
41-2
41-1
26-1
41-4
41-5
41-6
24
13
17
26-2
26-3
48
9
49
14-4
14-1
37
26-3
50
53-2
11
30
37
53-3
26
53
53-1
38
14-5
14-2
21-2
21-1
21
23
14-3
51
10
52
19
52-4
52-3 52-2
52-1
29
42
14
33
18
27
18-2
36
(M15i ONLY)
(M15i ONLY)
18-1
Exploded View & Parts List
8-22. Main Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
8-53
Exploded View & Parts List
8-22-1 Main Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
1
1
SCANNER ASS’Y
SCANNER ASS’Y
002N02158
002N02159
1
1
1
SCANNER ASS’Y
002N02160
1
2
MEA UNIT-COVER PA EXIT ASS’Y
PMO-TRAY EXTENTION MP NE
MEC-CASSETTE ASS’Y (LETTER)
MEC-CASSETTE ASS’Y (A4)
MEA UNIT-COVER FRONT ASS’Y
MPR-NAME/PLATE (XRX)
UNIT-LSU
SMPS-SMPS(V1)+HVPS
SMPS-SMPS(V2)+HVPS
ELA HOU-PICKUP ASS’Y
ELA HOU-SIDE COVER ASS’Y
ELA HOU-FUSER(110V)ASS’Y
ELA HOU-FUSER(220V)ASS’Y
LAMP-HALOGEN (110V)
LAMP-HALOGEN(220V)
ELA HOU-DRIVE ASS’Y
PBA MAIN-MAIN
PBA MAIN-MAIN
002N02107
050N00392
050N00418
050N00419
002N02161
091N00699
062N00245
105N01464
105N01465
002N02162
002N02163
108N00515
108N00516
122N00222
122N00223
002N02164
140N06087
140N06088
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2-1
3
4
4-2
5
6
6
9
10
14
14-1
17
19
8-54
3/03
REMARK
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
ADF
WORKCENTRE M15
PLATEN
110V
220V
110V
220V
110V
220V
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-22-1 Main Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i) (Cont.)
ITEM
22
41
41-1
41-5
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
SHEET-OVERLAY(ENGLISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(ENGLISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(FRENCH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(FRENCH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(GERMAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(GERMAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(ITALIAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(ITALIAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(SPANISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(SPANISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(PORTUGUESE)
SHEET-OVERLAY(PORTUGUESE)
SHEET-OVERLAY(FINNISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(FINNISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(DUTCH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(DUTCH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(DANISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(DANISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(NORWEGIAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(NORWEGIAN)
SHEET-OVERLAY(SWEDISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(SWEDISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(GREEK/ENGLISH)
SHEET-OVERLAY(GREEK/ENGLISH)
MEA UNIT-PICKUP ROLLER
RUBBER-ROLLER PICKUP
HOUSING-PICK_UP
096P11700
096P11800
096P11701
096P11801
096P11702
096P11802
096P11704
096P11804
096P11707
096P11807
096P11706
096P11806
096P11709
096P11809
096P11703
096P11803
096P11708
096P11808
096P11710
096P11810
096P11711
096P11811
096P11705
096P11805
022N01599
022N01600
022N02165
1
1
REMARK
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
1
1
1
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-1.
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-55
Exploded View & Parts List
This page intentionally blank
8-56
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-23. Platen Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/
M15i)
1-1-1
3-1
1-1-2
1-1
S1
1-1-3
S1
1-1-4
3-6
0
1-2
1
3-8
3-2
3-4
3-7
1-3
3-10
3
3-3
3-5
3-11
3-12
3-9?
1-4
S2
1-4
1-5-1
S2
1-4
S2
1-5-2
1-5
2-17
2-1
2-16
2-2
2-6
2-14
2-15
2-13
2-6
2-19
2-18
2-5
2-4
2-7-4
2-7-4
2-20
2-7-5
2-7-3
2-23
2
2-21
2-8
2-7-1
2-7
2-22
2-7-2
2-3
2-9
2-11
2-10
2-12
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-57
Exploded View & Parts List
8-23-1 Platen Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
1
2-6
2-7
2-8
2-18
2-20
21
2-22
3
3-4
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-11
3-12
DESCRIPTION
MEA UNIT-SCAN UPPER ASS’Y
PBA SUB-D_SUB
ELA HOU-SCAN MOTOR
COVER-M-CCD CABLE
PMO-LEVER SENSOR
SPRING ETC-EXIT
ELA HOU-CCD MODULE
CBF SIGNAL-CCD FFC
ELA HOU-OPE CVER ASS’Y
ELA HOU-OPE CVER ASS’Y
PMO-KEY TEL
PMO-KEY FUNCTION(A)
PMO-KEY FUNCTION(C)
PMO-KEY SCROLL
PMO-KEY FUNCTION(B)
PMO-KEY STOP
PMO-KEY START
PART NUMBER
002N02175
002N02176
011N00473
002N02166
117N01605
002N02167
002N02168
029N00327
029N00328
029N00329
029N00330
029N00331
029N00332
029N00333
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
REMARK
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WORKCENTRE M15i
WORKCENTRE M15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOT SPARED
NOT SPARED
WORKCENTRE M15i
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-2.
8-58
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-24. ADF Ass’y & Platen Cover Ass’y Exploded View & Parts List
(WorkCentre M15/M15i)
0
7
ADF Ass’y
8
10
10
9
5
1
2
2-1
1-1
6
1-2
2-2
1-3
1-5
2-3
2-4
1-4
2-5
3-22
4-1
3-1
4-4
4-3
S1
4-6
4-5
4-11
S1
3-17
3-3
4-8
3-21
4-7
4-9
3-2
3-2
3-7
4-2
1-6
3-4
3-19
3-8
3-2
1-12
3-5
3-18
1-13
3-6
1-4
4
3-4
1-10
1-15
7
3
3-12
3-11
3-10
3-20
1-8
1-9
3-9
1-11
3-15
3-13
3-13
3-14
Platen Cover Ass’y
2
4
0
1
3
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-59
Exploded View & Parts List
8-24-1 ADF Ass’y & Platen Cover Ass’y Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
1
1-3
1-4
1-6
11
DESCRIPTION
MEC UNIT-PLATEN COVER ASS’Y
PMO-DOC GUIDE L
PMO-DOC GUIDE R
MEA UNIT-HINGE
MEA UNIT-PLATEN COVER ASS’Y(C)
12
13
14
15
PMO-COVER PLATEN(C)
PMO-COVER DUMMY PLATEN
PPR-SPONG SHEET
MEA UNIT-HINES ASS’Y(C)
PART NUMBER
002N02169
038N00398
038N00397
003N00882
002N02170
090N00154
003N00880
Q’TY
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
WORKCENTER M15
PLATEN ONLY
1
1
3
1
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-3.
8-60
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-25. Side Cover Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre
M15/M15i)
1
5
15
1-4 1-4
11-4
14
13
0
1-2
1-5
11
2
17
4
3
1-8
1-8
1-10
1-11
1-10
9
1-6
19
1-9
1-3
1-9
1-3
1-7
8
6
1-1
10-2
10-7
10-3
7
10-4
12
10-6
10-5
10
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-61
Exploded View & Parts List
8-25-1 Side Cover Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
7
DESCRIPTION
PMO-LOCKER OPEN
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
019N00677
1
REMARK
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-4.
8-62
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-26. Drive Assembly Exploded View & Parts List (WorkCentre M15/
M15i)
5
8
4
6
9
23
2
10
2
S2
23
1
11
S1
3
23
12
13
14
S2
15
23
20
22
19
17
23
17
18
23
21
16
23
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-63
Exploded View & Parts List
8-26-1 Drive Assembly Parts List (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
ITEM
0
2
DESCRIPTION
ELA HOU-DRIVE ASS'Y
MOTOR-STEP
PART NUMBER
Q’TY
002N02177
127N01443
1
1
REMARK
NOTE: All other part numbers are identical to the WorkCentre Pro 412. Refer to parts list 8-11.
8-64
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Exploded View & Parts List
8-27. Screws
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
S1
SCREW-ASS’Y MACH
“WS,PH,+,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),MSWR15”
S2
SCREW-MACHINE
“PH,+,M3,L8,NI PLT,SM20C,-”
S3
SCREW-TAPPING
“PWH,+,2,M3,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C”
S4
SCREW-TAPPING
“PH,+,2,M2,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C”
S5
SCREW-TAPTITE
“BH,+,B,M3,L8,CBLACK,SWRCH18A”
S6
SCREW-TAPTITE
“PWH,+,B,M3,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A”
S7
SCREW-TAPTITE
“PWH,+,B,M3,L12,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH1”
S8
SCREW-TAPTITE
“PWH,+,S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18”
S9
SCREW-TAPTITE
“PWH,+,S,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18”
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
8-65
Exploded View & Parts List
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
S10
SCREW-TAPTITE
“BH,+,S,M3,L6,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18A”
S11
SCREW-TAPTITE
“BH,+,B,M4,L10,NI PLT,SWRCH18A”
S12
SCREW-TAPPING
“PH,+,2,M3,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C”
S13
SCREW-TAPTITE
“PWH,+,S,M3,L8,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18”
8-66
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
MOTOR
DRIVER
ADF
CCD MODULE
A DF O PT ION
POS,DET
PAPER SENSOR
22P
3P x 2EA
FLAT MOTOR
D-SUB
CONN.
ADF MOTOR
15P D-SUB
FLAT
5P
MICOM
- LCD Drive
- Key Scan
OPE
LCD
24P
CCD
I/F PART
MOTOR
DRIVER
(1Mbit)
FAST SRAM
PCL
KM23C8105 H/L
FONT ROM
DRAM(8MB)
DRAM(8MB)
(1MB) X 2EA
PCL
FLASH MEM
F/W
(1MB) X 2EA
FLASH MEM
(32K B)
SRAM
Back-up Part
RTC
USB CABLE
CENTRONICS
CABLE
DMA I/F
Motor CNTR
I/O PORT
12bit ADC
Image Processer
CIP3
UNICON
IEEE1284
33.6Kbps
M ODE M
74HC273
74HC245
GPIO
14P
IN T ERFA CE
LIN E
Tx:Rx
600//600
PAPER SENSOR
PICK_UP,DUPLEX,MP
SOLENOID
PTL
TONER_RX
TONER_TX
DEV_ID
FAN
THERMISTOR
LSU
MOTOR 1
MOTOR 2
EXTERNAL
PHONE
INTERFACE
PART
MODEM &
EXT_PHONE
SEPERATING
PART
+24V / +5V
COVER OPEN S/W
EXTERNAL
PHONE
LINE1
LIU
+5V/+24V/+12V/+24Vs/Fuser
SMPS / HVPS
BLADE
SUPPLY
V
H
V
H
FEED+P.EMP,EXIT,MP
TRANSFORMER
4P
3P x 2EA
6P x 1EA
2P x 3EA
2P
4P
3P
3P
USB
2P
11P
8P
3P
EXTERNAL
SW2918 / TEA3718
MOTOR
DRIVER
24P
I/O I/F
GEU
PVC
DMA CNTR
CACHE(8K)
MEMORY I/F
UART*2
ARM7TDMI
SPGPe+
MAIN
DEV
M
T
Block Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412)
9. Block Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412)
9-1
9-2
5P
3/03
USB CABLE(4P)
CENTRONICS
CABLE(36P)
SCAN_ MOTOR
4P
(MOTOR DRIVER)
SCAN B’D
ADF COVER
OPEN SENSOR
3P
12P
LCD
MICOM
- LCD Drive
- Key Scan
OPE
22P
CIP3
(1MB) X 2EA
F/W
(1Mbit)
FAST SRAM
UNICON
KM23C8105 H/L
FONT ROM
(8MBx 2EA)
DRAM
(8MB x 2EA)
DRAM
(1MB) X 2EA
PCL
DMA I/F
Motor CNTR
I/O PORT
12bit ADC
Image Processor
PVC
FLASH ROM
FLASH ROM
DMA CNTR
ROTATION
ING /SCALING/
ENCODING/DECO
: INPUT FORMAT/
FUNCION UNIT
SRAM I/F
EXTERNAL FIFO
PM22
IEEE1284
USB
I/O I/F
GEU
CACHE (8K)
MEMORY I/F
UART * 2
ARM7TDMI
(32KB)
SRAM
Back-up Part
RTC
SPGPe+
MAIN
Dual Line I/F
Connector(64P)
(Optional)
33.6Kbps
MODEM
74HC245
74HC273
EXTERNAL
GPIO
SW2918 / TEA3718
MOTOR
DRIVER
14P
DEV
SMPS / HVPS
BLADE
SUPPLY
LINE
INTERFACE
600 / / 600
TX : RX
EXTER NAL
PHONE
INTE RFACE
PART
MODEM &
EXT_PHONE
PAPER ATING
PART
+24V / +5V
COVER OPEN S/W
FEED+P.EMP, EXIT, MP,BIN-FULL
PAPER SENSOR
PICK_UP, DUPLEX, MP
SOLENOID
PTL
TONER_RX
TONER_TX
DEV_ID
FAN
THE RMISTOR
LSU
MOTOR 1
MOTOR 2
+5V/+24V/+12V/+24Vs/Fuser
TRANSFORMER
4P
3P X 2EA
6P X 1EA
4P X 1EA
2P X 3EA
2P
4P
3P
3P
3P
2P
11P
8P
24P
V
H
V
M
T
H
EXTERNAL
PHONE
LINE1
LIU
Block Diagram (FaxCentre 12)
9. Block Diagram (FaxCentre 12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Block Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
9. Block Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
OPE
CN 2
CN8
DEV
H
H
SUPPLY
V
V
BLADE
4P
CN 21
CN 5
CN 26
CN 13
4P
USB CABLE
22P
CN 22
CN 1
CN 20 CN 27 CN 30
CN 28 CN 3 CN 24
CN 29
MOTOR
DRIVER
+5V/+24V/+12V/+24Vs/Fuser
10P
DEV M OTO R
8P
FEED M O TOR
11P
LSU
2P
THERM ISTOR
3P
FAN1
3P
FAN1
3P
CN 23
2P
M AIN PBA
SMPS /HVPS
24P
CN 18
DEV CN T
C N10 CN 11
HYPER
4P
CN 7
2P
OPC
ADF
CN 33 CN 4
PC N T
CN 19 CN 17
OU T BIN FULL
4P
16M B
C N15(100P)
CN 25
8P
CN 19
SCF
CN 12
Option
CN 14
SDRAM DIM M
CN 31
FLAT M OTO R
CN 16
36P
15P D -SUB
D-SUB
CONN.
Flash DIM M
PS3 (2M B)
CN15(100P)
NetworkCARD
CENTRONICS
CABLE
CN6
M ICOM
- LCD Drive
- KeyScan
Platen
M
SCAN
LCD 20x2line
5P
T
DEV_ID
3P
TONER_TX
4P
TO NER_RX
2P
PTL
4P
CO VER OPEN
S/W
+24V /+5V
DADF MOTOR
10P
PAPER SENSOR
POS,DET
3P x 2EA
CCD M O DULE
External
Auditron
3P
3P
TRANSFORMER
6P
600//600
2P
2P
14P
2P
Tx:Rx
LIN E
SO LENO ID
PICK_UP,DUPLEX,M P
PAPER
SEN SO R
IN T ERFAC E
MODEM
EXT_PHONE
SEPRATING
PART
EXTERNAL
PHONE
INTERFACE
PART
LIU
LINE1
EXTERNAL
PHONE
FEED+P.E M P,EXIT,M P
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
9-3
Block Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
9-4
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
5 6 7 8
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
1 2 3
MP
SENSOR
1.+24V
2.Control
MP SOL.
3.GND_5
4.+5V
5.SIGNAL
6.GND_5
1.+5V
2.SIGNAL
1.+5V
2.Control
4 5 6
PT L
P.EMPTY
SENSOR
FEED
SENSOR
TONER_TX
1.+5V
2.Control
3.NC
1.+5V
2.SINAL
3.GND_5
2 .T H ER M 2
C N 23
C N 21
C N 19
C N 18
C N 17
C N 16
C N 15
C N 28
CN9
C N 25
CN4
1 .T H ER M 1
TONER_RX
C N 26
CN5
3.GND_5
1.+5V
2.SIGNAL
8.nLREADY
9.PMOTOR
10.GND_24
11.+24VS1
5.nVDO
6.NC
7.LSU_CLK
1.nHSYNC
2.+5VS
3.GND_5
4.nLD_ON
123 456
4.+24VS
1.+5V
2.+5VS
3.+24V
2.Control
1.+24V
CN7
C 0N 1
MICRO
SWITCH
MP SOL.
CN8
C N 22
CN3
for System States view er
2.HYPER_TXD
3.HYPER_RXD
4.GND_5
1.+5V
13.RECALL 14.nE_DP
5.+12V 6.REMOTE 7.CML1
8.nHOOK2 9.nRING_DET
10.+5V 11.DP 12.GND_5
1.MODEM_RX 2.GND_12
3.MODEM_TXA1 4.MODEM_TXA2
C N 20
M AI N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
21.VOUT_B
22.GND_12
19.THVREAD 20.FUSER_ON 21.MHV_PWM 22.SPK+ 23.DEV_PWM
24.SPK-
14.CCD_RS
15.GND_5
16.CCD_CP
10.CCD_CLK1
11.GND_5
12.CCD_CLK2
13.GND_5
6,7.+12V
8.CCD_TG
9.GND_5
P1
1,2.INV_POWER
3,4.GND_12
5.CCD_HOME
CCD MODULE
CN4
2.FLAT_NA
3.FLAT_B
4.FLAT_NB
1.FLAT_A
FLAT
MOTOR
CN3
CN2
FLAT
C N 14
CN1
D-SUB
CONN.
2.+5V
3.OPE_TXD
4.OPE_RST
5.OPE_RXD
1.GND_5
OPE
SENSOR
POSION
DET ECT
SENSOR
LIU
M odular JA CK
T EL LIN E
Extrnal L IN E
CN2
36pin
IEE E1284 C onn.
C N 14
4pin
U SB C onn.
C N 11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
13.ADF_P_POS 14.ADF_P_DET 15.NC 16.ADF_P_REGI 17.OPE_RXD
18.OPE_RST 19.OPE_TXD 20.FLAT_COVER 21.TM_A 22.TM_NA 23.TM_B
24.TM_NB
P arallel Port
36pin
U S B Port
4pin
CN2
ADF
CN4
15P D-SUB
CN3
CN3
3.GND_5
4,5.NC
1.+5V
2.SIGNAL
1.+5V
2.SIGNAL
3.GND_5
1.GND_24 2.+24V 3.+5V 4.GND_24 5.ADF_PHA 6.GND_5 7.ADF_IA(1)
8.ADF_IA(0) 9.ADF_IB(0) 10.ADF_PHB 11.MODULE_DETECT 12.ADF_IB(1)
2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7 10 9 12 11 14 13 16 15 18 17 20 19 22 21 24 23
SCAN N ER PART
17.GND_5
18.GND_12
19.VOUT_R
20.VOUT_G
2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7 10 9 12 11 14 13 16 15 18 17 20 19 22 21 24 23
C 0N 3
SMPS / HVPS
C 0N 2
POWER
SWITCH
1.GND_5 2.+5V 3.GND_5 4.+5V 5.GND_5 6.+5V 7.GND_12
8.+12V 9.GND_24 10.+24V 11.GND_24 12.+24V 13.GND_24
14.+24V 15.THV_PWM 16.+24VS1 17.THV_EN 18.+24VS1
FO R LS U + 5V S C U T
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
C N 27
EXIT
SENSOR
JOIN T T YPE
LSU
7 8 9 10 11
2.SIGNAL
3.GND_5
4.NC
1.NC
1.DEV_ID1
2.NC
3.DEV_ID
2.Control
1.+24V
7.MTR2_IB(0)
8.MTR2_IB(1)
1 .T H ER M 1
2 .T H ER M 2
DEV_ID
DUPLEX SOL.
1 2 3 4
MOTOR_2
4.MTR1_IA(1)
5.MTR2_IA(0)
6.MTR2_IA(1)
C 0N 4
2 .N e ut r al
THERMISTOR
1.SPK+
2.SPK1 .H O T
1.MTR1_IB(0)
2.MTR1_IB(1)
3.MTR1_IA(0)
THV
MHV
2.NC
3.SUPPLY
4.NC
5.DEV
1.BLADE
HEAT
LAMP(Fuser)
1 .H O T
2 .N e ut r al
MOTOR_1
1.+24V
2.NC
3.Control
: Board on tyoe Connector
: Norm al Connector
DC FAN
REMAR K
AC
IN-LET
220V for EU
110V for U SA
PC
14.ADF_P_POS
15.ADF_P_REGI
16.NC
11.ADF_IB(1)
12.MODULE_DETECT
13.ADF_P_DET
7.ADF_IA(0)
8.ADF_IA(1)
9.ADF_PHB
10.ADF_IB(0)
4.+5V
5.GND_5
6.ADF_PHA
1.+24V
2,3.GND_24
CN1
4.ADF_NB
1.ADF_A
2.ADF_NA
3.ADF_B
ADF
MOTOR
Connection Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412)
10. Connection Diagram (WorkCentre Pro 412)
10-1
10-2
B o ar d
:
8
7
6
3/03
MP SOL.
PTL
SENSOR
4
P. EMPTY
6
5
3
2
1
SENSOR
FEED
TONER_TX
SEN SOR
MP
2. C ont r ol
1. +24V
2. C ont r ol
1. +5V
6. GN D_5
5. S I GN AL
4. +5V
3. GN D_5
2. SI GNAL
1. +5V
3. NC
2. Cont r ol
1. +5V
4. N C
3. GN D_5
2. S I GN AL
3. GN D_5
2. S I N AL
1. +5V
CN 2 3
CN 2 3
CN 2 1
CN 1 9
CN 1 8
CN 1 7
CN 1 6
CN 1 5
CN 2 8
CN 9
CN 4
2. THERM2
1. N C
1. THERM1
2. THERM2
3. D EV_I D
1. THERM1
2. N C
1. D EV_I D1
2. Cont r ol
1. +24V
8. M
TR2_I B( 1)
7. M
TR2_I B( 0)
6. M
TR2_I A( 1)
5. M
TR2_I A( 0)
1
2
1
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
7
CN 1
6
11. +24VS1
CN 2 5
28.A(150
4. +24VS
3. +24V
2. +5VS
1. +5V
F OR
2. Cont r ol
1. +24V
CN 2 7
30.A(14)
27.D(0)
25.D(21)
22.D(23)
24.A(17)
21.A(2)
CN 2 6
29.D(19)
26.A(16)
23.D(22)
19. A(3)
CN7
9 10 11
1
4
3
6
5
8
7
SMPS /
HVPS
+ 5V S
1
2
5
6
38.A(10)
35.D(16)
8
CU T
58, 59, 60. +5V
only)
SF-830
(Optional :
I/F
DUAL LINE
56. DGND
49. A(18) 50. nRD 51.nWR
46, 47, 48, 52, 53, 54, 56. DGND
44.A(7)
40.A(9)
36.A(11)
42.A(8)
7.GN D_12
21. M
HV_PW M 22. SPK+
23. DEV_PW M
18. +24VS1
13. GND_24
6. +5V
12. +24V
5. GN D_5
17. TH V_E N
11. GND_24
4. +5V
( Opt i onal )
SCF
7, 8. DGN D
6. +24
5. nSCF_R EA DY
4.OPT_C LK
3. SCF_CMD
2. SCF_STS
1. +5V
CN 2 4
MAIN
CN 6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
33.D(17)
7
n2LINE_SOUND_OUT
45, 55, 57. N. C
43.
41. n2LIE_WAIT
39. n2LINE_RESET
37.A(6)
4
20. FUSER_ON
32.A(13)
3
24. SPK-
10. +24V
3. GND_5
10 9 12 11 14 13 16 15 18 17 20 19 22 21 24 23
C0 N 3
15. THV_P WM 16. +24VS1
9.GN D_24
2. +5V
19. THVREAD
14. +24V
8. +12V
34.A(12)
SW ITCH
MICRO
L SU
2
1. GN D_5
31.D(18)
M P S OL.
15. n2LINE_ERQ1 17.A(5) 18.A(4)
8, 12, 16. DGND 9.D(28) 10.D(27)
5.D(31) 6.D(30) 7.D(29)
8
10. GN D_24
9. PMOTOR
8. nLREADY
7. LSU_CLK
6. N C
5. nVDO
4. nLD_ON
3. GND_5
2. +5VS
1. nHSYNC
2
1,2,20,3.3V 3.+5V 4.n2LINE_CS
CN 2
3. GN D_5
2. S I GN AL
1. +5V
SENSOR
EXI T
T Y PE
CN 1 6
1
2
2
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
9 10 11 12
5
6
7
8
CN 3
SCAN B' D
CN 2
5. AGN D
8
11. RLED
7
4. +5V
10. GLED
6
3. OPE_TXD
9. BLED
5
2. OPE_RST
8. +12V
4
1. OPE_RXD
CN 2
OPE
CN 3
7. CI S_CLK
6. CI S_SI
5. CI S_SI G
4. +5V
3, 12. DGND
1. CI S_SI G 2,
4
4
3
3
3
CN 5
CN 4
OPEN S / W
2
3
4
7. C ML1
4. MOD EM
_TXA2
12. GND_5
14. nE_D P
11. D P
13. R E C ALL
10. +5V
1
9. n RI N G_D ET
6. R E MOTE
8. nHOOK2
5. +12V
19. SCAN_ADF_R H B
17. SCAN_ADF_I B( 1)
5
6
7
P1
LI U
JA C K
CN 5
Co nn .
T EL
L IN E
L IN E
E x t r n al
IEEE1 2 8 4
CN 1 1
C o nn .
36pin
U SB
4pin
CN 9
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
M o d u l ar
8
20. SCAN_ADF_R H A 21, 24. DG N D 22. ADF_C OVER_O PEN 23. +12V
18. SCAN_ADF_I B( 0)
2. GN D_12
3. MODEM
_TXA1
1. MODEM
_RX
AG N D 4, +5V 6, O PE_TXD 7. OP E_R XD 8. O PE_RST
16. SCAN_ADF_I A( 0)
10. CI S_SI G 11. RLED 12. CI S_CLK 13. BLED 14. GLED
15. SCAN_ADF_I A( 1)
9. CI S_SI
1. +24VS_POW ER 2, 3, 5
CN 1
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
CN 5
Po r t
36pin
P ar al l e l
4 pi n
U SB
4. ADF_N B
3. ADF_B
2. ADF_NA
1. ADF_A
CN 4
PC
M OTOR
ADF
S /W
COVER OPEN
SENSOR
DETECT
3. GND_5
2. SI GNAL
1. +5V
CN 6
SENSOR
POSIO N
Po r t
1. ADF_C OVER
3. AG N D
11
TONER_RX
DEV_I D
DUPLEX SOL.
M
OTOR_2
5
JO I N T
1
2
CN 3
C IS MODULE
4, 5. N C
3. GND_5
2. SI GNAL
1. +5V
10
4. M
TR1_I A( 1)
C0 N 1
1
P A RT
9
3. M
TR1_I A( 0)
C0 N 2
SW I TCH
POWER
I N -LET
SC A N N E R
2. N. C
8
4
7
3
C0 N 4
2. NEUTRAL
2. M
TR1_I B( 1)
LSU
2. SPK-
1. SPK+
1. HOT
1. M
TR1_I B( 0)
TH ERMI STOR
TH V
MH V
5. D E V
4. N C
3. SUPPLY
2. N C
1. BLADE
HEAT
LAMP(Fus er )
EU
U SA
AC
f or
220V
2. NEUTRAL
2
1
3. Cont r ol
2. NC
1. +24V
4. +24VS
Co n ne c t o r
f or
110V
1. HOT
M
OTOR_1
DC FAN
SENSOR
3. +24V
2. nOUTB IN_FULL
1. +5V
ty pe
Co nn ec t o r
on
N o r m al
:
OUT BI N- FULL
RE M A RK
Connection Diagram (FaxCentre 12)
10. Connection Diagram (FaxCentre 12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
POS,DET
Network I/F
24P
USB CABLE
CENTRONICS CABLE
PAPER SENSOR
ADF MOTOR
3P x 2EA
ADF
FLAT MOTOR
D-SUB
CONN.
MOTOR
DRIVER
Option
15P D-SUB
PLATEN
5P
OPE
MICOM
- LCD Drive
- Key Scan
LCD 16x2line
16MB
SDRAM
DIMM
MOTOR
DRIVER
NETWORK KIT
NETWORK
I/F(NetONE)
Option
SDRAM,16MB
(1MB) X 2EA
Flash,Kernel
SRAM
Backup logic
MAIN
AFE
(1Mbit)
22P
FAST
SRAM
CCD MODULE
DMAC
Motor CNTR
I/O PORT
AFE I/F
Image Processer
CIP4
IEEE1284/USB2.0
Engine Control
I/O I/F
GEU/HCT/gCODEC
PVC
DMAC
ROMC
SDRAMC
CACHE(16K*2)
ARM946ES
SPGPm
External
Auditron
Option
33.6Kbps
MODEM
Option
74HCT273
74LCX245
GPIO
Extended
A3977SLR
MOTOR
DRIVER
1
4P
INT ERFACE
LINE
Tx:Rx
600//600
BLADE
SUPPLY
DEV
PAPER SENSOR
PICK_UP,DUPLEX,MP
SOLENOID
PTL
TONER_RX
TONER_TX
DEV_ID
FAN
THERMISTOR
LSU
MOTOR 1
MOTOR 2
+5V/+24V/+12V/+24Vs/Fuser
SMPS / HVPS
V
EXTERNAL
PHONE
INTERFACE
PART
MODEM &
EXT_PHONE
SEPERATING
PART
+24V / +5V
COVER OPEN S/W
FEED+P.EMP,EXIT,MP
TRANSFORMER
4P
3P x 2EA
6P x 1EA
2P x 3EA
2P
4P
3P
3P
3P
2P
11P
8P
24P
H
V
M
H
T
EXTERNAL
PHONE
LINE1
LIU
Connection Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
10. Connection Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
10-3
Connection Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
10-4
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11. Schematic Diagrams
11-1 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-1
Schematic Diagrams
11-2 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-2
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-3 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-3
Schematic Diagrams
11-4 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-4
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-5 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-5
Schematic Diagrams
11-6 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-6
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-7 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-7
Schematic Diagrams
11-8 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-8
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-9 Main Circuit diagram (9 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-9
Schematic Diagrams
11-10 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-10
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-11 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-11
Schematic Diagrams
11-12 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-12
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-13 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-13
Schematic Diagrams
11-14 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 14, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-14
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
*
*
*
(ORG)
3/03
(GRN)
(YEL)
(BLU)
(RED)
(BRW)
(BLK)
15nF/400V
*
*
*
/250V
/250V
*
*
*
*
120K
*
,1W
1K, 2W
*
180K, 1/4W
*
*
*
10, 1%,0.25W
*
*
600:600
0.25W
/16V
/16V
1K,1%
600
2.74K, 1%
*
0.22UF/16V
*
*: for EU PTT
ARS1-3 : OPTION
Schematic Diagrams
11-15 LIU Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-15
11-16
3/03
CN1-1
CN1-2
CN1-3
CN1-14
CN1-13
CN1-12
CN1-11
CN1-10
CN1-9
CN1-8
CN1-7
CN1-6
CN1-5
CN1-4
CN2-5
CN2-3
CN2-4
LCD_D7
LCD_D6
LCD_D5
LCD_D4
LCD_D3
LCD_D2
LCD_D1
LCD_D0
LCD_E
LCD_RW
LCD_RS
OPE_RXD
OPE_TXD
/OPE_RST
CN2-1
CN2-2
GND
+5V
DUPLEX
PAPER_OUT
COLOR
REDUCE
FAX
0
8
5
2
PAPER_SUPPLY
MENU
7
4
1
SCAN
NAVDOWN
NAVLEFT
EXIT
9
6
3
SELECT
NAVRIGHT
NAVUP
PAUSE
ONHOOK
SPEED
CLEAR
FAX_RESOLUTION
LIGHTEN
COPY_QUALITY
JOB
RECEIVE_MODE
PHOTO
Schematic Diagrams
11-16 OPE Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-17 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-17
Schematic Diagrams
11-18 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-18
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R11
R10
1W0.35J
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
200V820uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W100KJ
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
C28
C-MY50V104
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C25
35V100uF
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
24VG
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24V
C27
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W100KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
125V5A
CT
7
3/03
6
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-19 SMPS (110) Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-19
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R10
1W1J
R11
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
400V330uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W130V(ZEN)
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C28
C-MY50V104
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24VG
24V
C25
35V100uF
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W220KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
250V3.15A
CT
7
3/03
6
11-20
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-20 SMPS (220) Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-21 ADF Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-21
Schematic Diagrams
11-22 Flat Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-22
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
5V
SLR-54VR3F
LED2
R2
2.4K
SLR-54VR3F
LED4
SLR-54VR3F
LED5
5
CN1
35303-0250
Date Changed
6
Time Changed
7
TITLE:
8
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
1
2
F
3
4
5
CN1
35303-0250
dream8
Changed by
2
Engineer
6
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3:13:12 pm
7
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MFG ENGR CHK
DOC CTRL CHK
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COMPANY NAME
REV
Drawing Number
MCK PTL V1.0
8
Address
City
of
Size
Sheet
A3
F
E
SLR-54VR3F
LED6
E
SLR-54VR3F
LED3
R3
2.2K
C
D
SLR-54VR3F
LED1
R1
2.2K
1
D
C
B
4
B
3
A
2
A
1
Schematic Diagrams
11-23 PTL Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-23
Schematic Diagrams
11-24 Sensor Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-24
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-25 Toner RX Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-25
Schematic Diagrams
11-26 Toner TX Circuit Diagram, (WorkCentre Pro 412)
11-26
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-27 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-27
Schematic Diagrams
11-28 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-28
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-29 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-29
Schematic Diagrams
11-30 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-30
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-31 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-31
Schematic Diagrams
11-32 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-32
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-33 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-33
Schematic Diagrams
11-34 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-34
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-35 Main Circuit Diagram (9 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-35
Schematic Diagrams
11-36 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-36
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-37 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-37
Schematic Diagrams
11-38 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-38
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-39 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-39
Schematic Diagrams
11-40 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-40
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-41 Main Circuit Diagram (15 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-41
Schematic Diagrams
11-42 Main Circuit Diagram (16 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
11-42
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-43 Main Circuit Diagram (17 of 17, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-43
11-44
*
*
*
(ORG)
3/03
(GRN)
(YEL)
(BLU)
(RED)
(BRW)
(BLK)
15nF/400V
*
*
*
/250V
/250V
*
*
*
*
120K
*
,1W
1K, 2W
*
180K, 1/4W
*
*
*
10, 1%,0.25W
*
*
600:600
0.25W
/16V
/16V
1K,1%
600
2.74K, 1%
*
0.22UF/16V
*
*: for EU PTT
ARS1-3 : OPTION
Schematic Diagrams
11-44 LIU Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
D9
11-45 OPE Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-45
Schematic Diagrams
11-46 Scan Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
11-46
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-47 Sensor Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-47
11-48
3/03
5V
1
4
R412
2.2K
C102
104
IN
U103-A
7407
2
U103-B
7407
R520
5.6K
3
24VS
CON03-#24
BIAS-PWM
CON03-#22
MHV-PWM
R419
5.6K
5V
GND
U102
KA7818
R519
2.2K
OUT
R501
100
R502
2K
R411
2K
C103
104
DEV
50K
R503
100KF
Q501
A708-Y
MHV
50K
R402
56KF
R403
62KF
18V
18V
Q401
A708-Y
R401
100
18V
C104
35V 47uF
+
R504
86.6KF C501
104
R506
86.6KF
C401
222
D404
1N4148
C502
222
R505
27K
C407
104
R404
33K
R507
12KF
R406
16.2KF
R405
150KF
-
5 +
6 -
C503
104
D501
1N4148
U101-B
KA324
R508
47K
7
C403
333
1
R407
85KF
U101-A
KA324
D401
1N4148
2
3 +
C402
104
R509
47K
R409
430
R408
47K
C504
333
T401
KAB-006
R511
1W 3
24VS
4
5
2
1
Q502
D526-Y
R410
1W 3
R510
430
Q402
D526-Y
24VS
4
5
2
1
6
7
T501
T1167
C405
2KV 680
6
7
D502
4KV
D403
4KV
C505
2KV 680
D402
4KV
C404
3KV 471
C506
3KV 471
R416
MGR1/2W 30MF
R517
MGR1/2W 15MF
R516
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD502
150V
R515
MGR1/2W 50K
R514
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD401
1W 150V
R512
MGR1/2W 12MF
ZD501
100V
R413
MGR1/2W 12MF
C406
3KV 471
R418
MGR1/2W 100KF
DEV
SUPPLY
BLADE
OPC
MHV
Schematic Diagrams
11-48 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
13
CON03-#20
THV-READ
CON03-#18
THV-EA
CON03-#1,3
5V
CON03-#6
THV-PWM
U103-F
7407
12
10
R201
100
R316
1KF
R214
1K
R317
2KF
U103-C
7407
8
C101
35V 47uF
U103-E
7407
D-GND
9
+
24VS
11
R215
10K
14
7
R202
2K
Q201
A708-Y
24VS
R204
100KF
R203
30KF
C301
222
R301
470K
U101-D
KA324
14
18V
4
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
11
5V
-
13
+ 12
C302
102
R302
33K
C105
104
C202
THV(+) 500V
331
50K
C201
103
D302
1N4148
R303
100KF
R205
1/2W
510KF
C303
333
D301
1N4148
D202
1N4148
D201
1N4148
R304
200KF
R207
1MF
9
10
INDEX
5K
R305
9.53KF
R206
470K
-
+
U101-C
KA324
C304
500V 103
R306
26.1KF
R308
33K
R307
33K
R309
2.2K
C203 D203
472 1N4148
8
18V
Q302
A708-Y
R310
2.2K
18V
R311
100KF
C305
333
THV(-)
5K
R209
1.2K
Q303
D526-Y
ZD202
7.5V
Q202
D526-Y
Q301
A708-Y
ZD201
5.6V
R208
2.2K
24VS
4
5
2
1
4
5
2
1
R314
2.2KF
T301
KAB-006
C204
473
R210
430
T201
HVT-2A
6
7
C306
2KV 680
6
7
D205
6KV
C208
6KV 471
C308
3KV 471
D304
4KV
R211
BR1/2W 30MJ
C207
6KV 471
D204
6KV
D303
4KV
C307
3KV 471
C205
2KV 101
C206
6KV 471
D207
6KV
THV
R213
BR1/2W 200MG
R212
MGR1/2W 100KF
R315
BR1/2W 30MJ
C209
6KV 471
D206
6KV
Schematic Diagrams
11-49 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, FaxCentre F12)
11-49
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R11
R10
1W0.35J
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
200V820uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W100KJ
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
C28
C-MY50V104
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C25
35V100uF
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
24VG
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24V
C27
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W100KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
125V5A
CT
7
3/03
6
11-50
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-50 SMPS Circuit Diagram (110V, FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R10
1W1J
R11
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
400V330uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W130V(ZEN)
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C28
C-MY50V104
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24VG
24V
C25
35V100uF
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W220KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
250V3.15A
CT
7
3/03
6
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-51 SMPS Circuit Diagram (220V, FaxCentre F12)
11-51
Schematic Diagrams
11-52 PTL Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
11-52
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-53 Toner-RX Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-53
Schematic Diagrams
11-54 Toner-TX Circuit Diagram (FaxCentre F12)
11-54
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-55 Main Circuit Diagram (1 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-55
Schematic Diagrams
11-56 Main Circuit Diagram (2 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-56
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-57 Main Circuit Diagram (3 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-57
Schematic Diagrams
11-58 Main Circuit Diagram (4 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-58
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-59 Main Circuit Diagram (5 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-59
Schematic Diagrams
11-60 Main Circuit Diagram (6 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-60
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-61 Main Circuit Diagram (7 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-61
Schematic Diagrams
11-62 Main Circuit Diagram (8 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-62
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-63 Main Circuit Diagram (9 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-63
Schematic Diagrams
11-64 Main Circuit Diagram (10 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-64
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-65 Main Circuit Diagram (11 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-65
Schematic Diagrams
11-66 Main Circuit Diagram (12 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-66
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-67 Main Circuit Diagram (13 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-67
Schematic Diagrams
11-68 Main Circuit Diagram (14 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-68
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-69 Main Circuit Diagram (15 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-69
Schematic Diagrams
11-70 Main Circuit Diagram (16 of 16, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-70
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
*
*
*
(ORG)
3/03
(GRN)
(YEL)
(BLU)
(RED)
(BRW)
(BLK)
15nF/400V
*
*
*
/250V
/250V
*
*
*
*
120K
*
,1W
1K, 2W
*
180K, 1/4W
*
*
*
10, 1%,0.25W
*
*
600:600
0.25W
/16V
/16V
1K,1%
600
2.74K, 1%
*
0.22UF/16V
*
*: for EU PTT
ARS1-3 : OPTION
Schematic Diagrams
11-71 LIU Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-71
11-72
3/03
CN1-1
CN1-2
CN1-3
CN1-14
CN1-13
CN1-12
CN1-11
CN1-10
CN1-9
CN1-8
CN1-7
CN1-6
CN1-5
CN1-4
CN2-5
CN2-3
CN2-4
LCD_D7
LCD_D6
LCD_D5
LCD_D4
LCD_D3
LCD_D2
LCD_D1
LCD_D0
LCD_E
LCD_RW
LCD_RS
OPE_RXD
OPE_TXD
/OPE_RST
CN2-1
CN2-2
GND
+5V
DUPLEX
PAPER_OUT
COLOR
REDUCE
FAX
0
8
5
2
PAPER_SUPPLY
MENU
7
4
1
SCAN
NAVDOWN
NAVLEFT
EXIT
9
6
3
SELECT
NAVRIGHT
NAVUP
PAUSE
ONHOOK
SPEED
CLEAR
FAX_RESOLUTION
LIGHTEN
COPY_QUALITY
JOB
RECEIVE_MODE
PHOTO
Schematic Diagrams
11-72 OPE Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
1
4
R412
2.2K
C102
104
IN
GND
U102
KA7818
R401
100
OUT
R502
2K
R411
2K
C103
104
DEV
50K
R503
100KF
Q501
A708-Y
MHV
50K
R402
56KF
R403
62KF
18V
18V
Q401
A708-Y
R501
100
R519
U103-A 2.2K
7407
2
U103-B
7407
R520
5.6K
3
24VS
CON03-#24
BIAS-PWM
5V
CON03-#22
MHV-PWM
R419
5.6K
5V
18V
C104
35V 47uF
+
R504
86.6KF C501
104
R506
86.6KF
C401
222
D404
1N4148
C502
222
R505
27K
C407
104
R404
33K
R507
12KF
R406
16.2KF
R405
150KF
C503
104
5
6
-
+
+
-
R407
85KF
7
D501
1N4148
U101-B
KA324
R508
47K
1
C403
333
U101-A
KA324
D401
1N4148
2
3
C402
104
R509
47K
R409
430
R408
47K
4
5
2
1
Q502
D526-Y
C504
333
T401
KAB-006
R511
1W 3
24VS
R410
1W 3
R510
430
Q402
D526-Y
24VS
4
5
2
1
6
7
T501
T1167
C405
2KV 680
6
7
D502
4KV
D403
4KV
C506
3KV 471
J.S.YOUN
SIZE A4
REF. NO
DATE 01/05/20
JC44-00017A
MHV
DEV
1 OF 2
REV.
1.0
SUPPLY
DESIGNED CHECKED APPROVED DRW. NO MCKINLEY-HVPS
TITLE
R517
MGR1/2W 15MF
R516
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD502
150V
R515
MGR1/2W 50K
BLADE
OPC
H.V.P.S
R416
MGR1/2W 30MF
R418
MGR1/2W 100KF
R514
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD401
1W 150V
R512
MGR1/2W 12MF
R413
MGR1/2W 12MF
C406
3KV 471
DONGYANG INSTRUMENTS
C505
2KV 680
D402
4KV
C404
3KV 471
Schematic Diagrams
11-73 HVPS Circuit Diagram (1 of 2, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-73
11-74
3/03
1
4
R412
2.2K
C102
104
IN
GND
U102
KA7818
R401
100
OUT
R502
2K
R411
2K
C103
104
DEV
50K
R503
100KF
Q501
A708-Y
MHV
50K
R402
56KF
R403
62KF
18V
18V
Q401
A708-Y
R501
100
R519
U103-A 2.2K
7407
2
U103-B
7407
R520
5.6K
3
24VS
CON03-#24
BIAS-PWM
5V
CON03-#22
MHV-PWM
R419
5.6K
5V
18V
C104
35V 47uF
+
R504
86.6KF C501
104
R506
86.6KF
C401
222
D404
1N4148
C502
222
R505
27K
C407
104
R404
33K
R507
12KF
R406
16.2KF
R405
150KF
C503
104
5
6
-
+
+
-
R407
85KF
7
D501
1N4148
U101-B
KA324
R508
47K
1
C403
333
U101-A
KA324
D401
1N4148
2
3
C402
104
R509
47K
R409
430
R408
47K
4
5
2
1
Q502
D526-Y
C504
333
T401
KAB-006
R511
1W 3
24VS
R410
1W 3
R510
430
Q402
D526-Y
24VS
4
5
2
1
6
7
T501
T1167
C405
2KV 680
6
7
D502
4KV
D403
4KV
C506
3KV 471
J.S.YOUN
SIZE A4
REF. NO
DATE 01/05/20
JC44-00017A
MHV
DEV
1 OF 2
REV.
1.0
SUPPLY
DESIGNED CHECKED APPROVED DRW. NO MCKINLEY-HVPS
TITLE
R517
MGR1/2W 15MF
R516
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD502
150V
R515
MGR1/2W 50K
BLADE
OPC
H.V.P.S
R416
MGR1/2W 30MF
R418
MGR1/2W 100KF
R514
MGR1/2W 50K
ZD401
1W 150V
R512
MGR1/2W 12MF
R413
MGR1/2W 12MF
C406
3KV 471
DONGYANG INSTRUMENTS
C505
2KV 680
D402
4KV
C404
3KV 471
Schematic Diagrams
11-74 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2 of 2, WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R11
R10
1W0.35J
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
200V820uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W100KJ
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
C28
C-MY50V104
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C25
35V100uF
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
24VG
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24V
C27
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W100KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
125V5A
CT
7
3/03
6
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-75 SMPS Circuit Diagram (110V) (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-75
CON2
GND
ACINPUT/N
R22
1W180J
2
1
C17
50V104J
1
L1
R24
1W47J
FUSER_ON
+24S
R1
Q2
ZD4
Q2
C1008
R10
1W1J
R11
5 OUT
C14
R16
50V102J1/8W680J
C11
C-MYN630V103
C10
400V330uF
C13
IC2
7653
1/8W470J
R11
R14
1/8W24J
R15
1/8W680J
R9
1/8W22KJ
Q3
R12
R13
1/6W2.2J1/8W1KJ
1W560KJ
R66
RD1/8W01.5KJ
PC3
S21ME4FY
2
C5
C-CY222
C18
630V333K
SY1
BTA12-600B
R23
1/4W100J
C-CY222
C22
TNR1
INR14D561K
IS
3
ACINPUT/L
GND
4
AC INPUT
85V-135Vac
VCC
R3
1W130V(ZEN)
CS 6
R18
C15
1/8W18KJ 50V471J
R19
1/8W5.6KJ
C16
50V683J
9
10
13
1
2
11
D8/B
SB560
SB560
D9/A
C43
9
D5/B
L2/B
6
L2/C
C42
1KV471
R41 R42 R43
C30
35V1000uF1W1.2KJ
R31
1/8W120J
F3
OUT
IC1
431
R31
1/8W1KJ
C20
C-MY50V104
R30
1/8W220J
C-MY50V104
C19
R26
1/8W220J
R28
1/8W680J
R27
1/8W68J
Q4
C1008
ZD2
5V
1uF
C21
R35
1KJ
R34
1.2KJ
RV1
5VG
12VG
12V
R32
1/8W1KJ
C26
C-MY50V104
C34
10V3300uF
C28
C-MY50V104
+24V ZD1
ZD-500MW30V ZD-500MW6.2V
R25
1/8W10KJ
C33
10V3300uF
R2
1W47J
C1
R37
1/8W120J
IN
24VG
24V
C25
35V100uF
+24V C29
35V1000uF
C24
IC3
35V100uF
IC-278RXX
L2/A
C-MY50V472J
D6
D1NL20U
D5/A
D10LC20U
C41
D7
D1NL20U
12
7
8
PT1 EER3435
C12
35V33uF
16
15
R17
1/8W51J
R6
1W220KJ
PC1
PC-123
PC2
PC-123
D2
D1NL20U
R20
D1
BYV-26E
R5
2W100KJ
R4
2W100KJ
TH1
15D-9
1
3
BD1
D3SB60
FB
2
C7
LF2 C-CX104224
RT
2
4
5
F2
250V3.15A
CT
7
3/03
6
11-76
GND
C4
F1
C6
TNR2 C-CX104224 C2
125V8A
LF1 C-CX104224C-CY222
TNR-14V182K
Schematic Diagrams
11-76 SMPS Circuit Diagram (220V) (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-77 ADF Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-77
Schematic Diagrams
11-78 Flat Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-78
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
5V
SLR-54VR3F
LED2
R2
2.4K
SLR-54VR3F
LED4
SLR-54VR3F
LED5
5
CN1
35303-0250
Date Changed
6
Time Changed
7
TITLE:
8
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
1
2
F
3
4
5
CN1
35303-0250
dream8
Changed by
2
Engineer
6
Friday, April 27, 2001
3:13:12 pm
7
QA CHK
MFG ENGR CHK
DOC CTRL CHK
R&D CHK
dream8
Drawn by
dream8
COMPANY NAME
REV
Drawing Number
MCK PTL V1.0
8
Address
City
of
Size
Sheet
A3
F
E
SLR-54VR3F
LED6
E
SLR-54VR3F
LED3
R3
2.2K
C
D
SLR-54VR3F
LED1
R1
2.2K
1
D
C
B
4
B
3
A
2
A
1
Schematic Diagrams
11-79 PTL Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-79
Schematic Diagrams
11-80 Sensor Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-80
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
Schematic Diagrams
11-81 Toner_Rx Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
3/03
11-81
Schematic Diagrams
11-82 Toner_Tx Circuit Diagram (WorkCentre M15/M15i)
11-82
3/03
WorkCentre Pro 412, FaxCentre F12 &
WorkCentre M15/M15i
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