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Service Manual [General]
Di850
Copyright
2002 MINOLTA CO., LTD.
Use of this manual should be strictly supervised to
avoid disclosure of confidential information.
MINOLTA Co.,Ltd.
7661-4027-11 02080000
Service Manual
[General]
Di850
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Dual references may be used on the following:
Official Options name
:
Popular Options name
EDH-5
:
RADF
C-403/C-404
FN-115
:
:
LT and LCT
FNS
FN-7
Cover Inserte Cr
:
:
FNS
PI
PK-3
TMG-2
:
PU
TU
ZK-2
In-System Writer
:
:
PZ
ISW
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS . . . . S-1
IMPORTANT NOTICE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-1
DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION SYMBOLS AND EXPRESSIONS
. .S-1
SAFETY WARNINGS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-2
SAFETY INFORMATION
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-9
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
. . . . . . . . . . . S-9
SAFETY CIRCUITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S-10
INDICATION OF WARNING ON THE MACHINE . . .S-12
1.OUTLINE
OUTLINE OF SYSTEM .............................................1-1
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ..................................1-2
CENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL VIEW ......................1-4
DRIVE SYSTEM DIAGRAM ......................................1-5
[1]
Main Drive Section .....................................1-5
[2]
Drum Drive Section ....................................1-6
[3]
Developing Drive Section ...........................1-7
[4]
Paper Feed Drive Section ..........................1-7
[5]
Tray 1 and 2 Paper Feed Drive Section .....1-8
[6]
Tray 3 Paper Feed Drive Section ...............1-9
[7]
Vertical Conveyance Drive Section ..........1-10
[8]
By-pass Paper Feed Drive Section ..........1-11
[9]
Conveyance/Transfer and Separation
Wire Cleaning Drive Section ....................1-12
[10] ADU Conveyance Drive Section ..............1-13
[11] Paper Exit Drive Section ..........................1-14
[12] Toner Supply Drive section ......................1-14
[13] Optics Drive Section .................................1-15
[14] Web Drive Section....................................1-16
2.UNIT EXPLANATION
EXTERNAL SECTION........................................... 2-A-1
[1]
Composition ........................................... 2-A-1
DRIVE SECTION................................................... 2-B-1
[1]
Composition ........................................... 2-B-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-B-1
[3]
M1 (Main) Control...................................2-B-2
[4]
M2 (Drum) Control.................................. 2-B-2
READ SECTION....................................................2-C-1
[1]
Composition ...........................................2-C-1
[2]
Mechanisms ...........................................2-C-1
[3]
M13 (Scanner Drive) Control..................2-C-2
[4]
Exposure control ....................................2-C-4
[5]
Original Read Control.............................2-C-5
[6]
APS Control............................................2-C-5
[7]
AE Control ..............................................2-C-7
WRITE UNIT..........................................................2-D-1
[1]
Composition ...........................................2-D-1
[2]
Mechanisms ...........................................2-D-1
[3]
M17 (Polygon) Control ...........................2-D-2
[4]
Image Write Control ...............................2-D-4
DRUM UNIT........................................................... 2-E-1
[1]
Composition ........................................... 2-E-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-E-1
[3]
Separation Claw Control ........................ 2-E-2
[4]
Paper Guide Plate Control .....................2-E-2
[5]
Drum Potential Control ........................... 2-E-3
CORONA UNIT SECTION..................................... 2-F-1
[1]
Composition ........................................... 2-F-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-F-1
[3]
Charging Control .................................... 2-F-2
[4]
Transfer/Separation Control ................... 2-F-3
[5]
M23 (Charger Cleaning) Control ............ 2-F-4
[6]
M18 (Transfer/Separation Cleaning)
Control.................................................... 2-F-5
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3 DIS./ASSEMBLY
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1 OUTLINE
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PCL/TSL Control .................................... 2-F-6
DEVELOPING UNIT ............................................. 2-G-1
[1]
Composition........................................... 2-G-1
[2]
Mechanisms .......................................... 2-G-1
[3]
M3 (Developing Unit Drive) Control....... 2-G-2
[4]
Developing Bias Control ........................ 2-G-2
[5]
Toner Density Control............................ 2-G-3
[6]
Dmax Control......................................... 2-G-4
[7]
Gradation Correction Control................. 2-G-6
[8]
Dot Diameter Correction Control ........... 2-G-7
[9]
FM2 (Developing Suction) Control ........ 2-G-8
TONER SUPPLY UNIT..........................................2-H-1
[1]
Composition............................................2-H-1
[2]
Mechanisms ...........................................2-H-1
[3]
Toner Level Detection Control................2-H-2
[4]
M11 (Toner Supply 1) Control ................2-H-3
CLEANING/TONER RECYCLE UNIT .................... 2-I-1
[1]
Composition............................................. 2-I-1
[2]
Mechanisms ............................................ 2-I-1
[3]
M14 (Blade) Control ................................ 2-I-2
TRAY 1/2 PAPER FEED UNIT .............................. 2-J-1
[1]
Composition............................................ 2-J-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-J-1
[3]
First Paper Feed Control ........................ 2-J-3
[4]
Paper Up Drive Control .......................... 2-J-5
[5]
Paper Size Detection Control ................. 2-J-7
[6]
No paper detection control ..................... 2-J-8
TRAY 3 PAPER FEED UNIT ................................. 2-K-1
[1]
Composition............................................ 2-K-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-K-1
[3]
First Paper Feed Control ........................ 2-K-3
[4]
Paper Up Drive Control .......................... 2-K-4
[5]
Paper Size Detection Control ................. 2-K-5
[6]
No paper detection control ..................... 2-K-5
BY-PASS TRAY..................................................... 2-L-1
[1]
Composition............................................ 2-L-1
[2]
Mechanisms ........................................... 2-L-1
[3]
First Paper Feed Control ........................ 2-L-2
[4]
Paper Up/down Control .......................... 2-L-3
[5]
Paper Size Detection Control ................. 2-L-4
[6]
No paper detection control ..................... 2-L-4
VERTICAL PAPER CONVEYANCE SECTION .... 2-M-1
[1]
Composition........................................... 2-M-1
[2]
Mechanisms .......................................... 2-M-1
[3]
Vertical Paper Conveyance Control ...... 2-M-2
ADU .......................................................................2-N-1
[1]
Composition............................................2-N-1
[2]
Mechanisms ...........................................2-N-2
[3]
Loop/Second Paper Feed Control ..........2-N-9
[4]
Paper Conveyance Control ..................2-N-10
[5]
Paper Reverse and Exit Control ...........2-N-11
[6]
ADU Paper Feed/Reversal Control ......2-N-13
[7]
ADU Paper Conveyance/Feed
Control ..................................................2-N-15
FIXING UNIT .........................................................2-O-1
[1]
Composition ...........................................2-O-1
[2]
Mechanisms ...........................................2-O-2
[3]
M16 (Web Drive) Control .......................2-O-5
[4]
Fixing Temperature Control ...................2-O-6
[5]
SD3 (Fixing Guide) Control ....................2-O-8
OTHER KINDS OF CONTROL ............................. 2-P-1
[1]
Parts Energized when the Main
Switch is OFF ......................................... 2-P-1
[2]
Parts that Operate when the SW1
(Main) is Turned ON............................... 2-P-2
[3]
Cooling Fan Control ............................... 2-P-3
[4]
Operation Panel Control......................... 2-P-6
[5]
Counter Control ...................................... 2-P-8
[6]
Option Control ........................................ 2-P-9
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SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS
SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS
Read carefully the Safety and Important Warning Items described below to understand them before doing service work.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Because of possible hazards to an inexperienced person servicing this copier as well as the risk of damage to
the copier, Minolta Corporation strongly recommends that all servicing be performed only by Minolta-trained service technicians.
Changes may have been made to this copier to improve its performance after this Service Manual was printed.
Accordingly, Minolta Corporation does not warrant, either explicitly or implicitly, that the information contained in
this Service Manual is complete and accurate.
The user of this Service Manual must assume all risks of personal injury and/or damage to the copier while servicing the copier for which this Service Manual is intended.
Therefore, this Service Manual must be carefully read before doing service work both in the course of technical
training and even after that, for performing maintenance and control of the copier properly.
Keep this Service Manual also for future service.
DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION SYMBOLS AND
EXPRESSIONS
In this Service Manual, each of three expressions "
DANGER," "
WARNING," and "
CAUTION" is defined
as follows together with a symbol mark to be used in a limited meaning.
When servicing the copier, the relevant works (disassembling, reassembling, adjustment, repair, maintenance,
etc.) need to be conducted with utmost care.
DANGER :Action having a high possibility of suffering death or serious injury
WARNING :Action having a possibility of suffering death or serious injury
CAUTION :Action having a possibility of suffering a slight wound, medium trouble, and property
damage
Symbols used for important warning items are defined as follows:
:Precaution
:Prohibition
:Direction
General precaution
Electric shock
Heated surface
General prohibition
Do not touch with wet hand
Do not disassemble
General instruction
Unplug
Ground/Earth
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SAFETY WARNINGS
[1]
MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED BY MINOLTA
Minolta copiers are renowned for their high reliability. This reliability is achieved through high-quality design and
a solid service network.
Copier design is a highly complicated and delicate process where numerous mechanical, physical, and electrical
aspects have to be taken into consideration, with the aim of arriving at proper tolerances and safety factors. For
this reason, unauthorized modifications involve a high risk of degradation in performance and safety. Such modifications are therefore strictly prohibited. the points listed below are not exhaustive, but they illustrate the reasoning behind this policy.
PROHIBITED ACTIONS:
• Using any cables or power cord not specified by Minolta.
• Using any fuse or thermostat not specified by Minolta. Safety will not be
assured, leading to a risk of fire and injury.
• Disabling fuse functions or bridging fuse terminals with wire, metal clips, solder or similar object.
• Disabling relay functions (such as wedging paper between relay contacts)
• Disabling safety functions (interlocks, safety circuits, etc.) Safety will not be
assured, leading to a risk of fire and injury.
• Making any modification to the copier unless instructed by Minolta
• Using parts not specified by Minolta
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CHECKPOINTS WHEN PERFORMING ON-SITE SERVICE
Minolta copiers are extensively tested before shipping, to ensure that all applicable safety standards are met, in
order to protect the customer and customer engineer (hereafter called the CE) from the risk of injury. However, in
daily use, any electrical equipment may be subject to parts wear and eventual failure. In order to maintain safety
and reliability, the CE must perform regular safety checks.
1.Power Supply
WARNING: Wall Outlet
• Check that mains voltage is as specified. Plug the power cord into the dedicated wall outlet with a capacity greater than the maximum power consumption.
If excessive current flows in the wall outlet, fire may result.
• If two or more power cords can be plugged into the wall outlet, the total load
must not exceed the rating of the wall outlet.
If excessive current flows in the wall outlet, fire may result.
WARNING: Power Plug and Cord
• Make sure the power cord is plugged in the wall outlet securely.
Contact problems may lead to increased resistance, overheating, and the
risk of fire.
• Check whether the power cord is damaged. Check whether the sheath is
damaged.
If the power plug, cord, or sheath is damaged, replace with a new power
cord (with plugs on both ends) specified by Minolta. Using the damaged
power cord may result in fire or electric shock.
• When using the power cord (inlet type) that came with this copier, be sure to
observe the following precautions:
a. Make sure the copier-side power plug is securely inserted in the socket
on the rear panel of the copier.
Secure the cord with a fixture properly.
b.
If the power cord or sheath is damaged, replace with a new power cord
(with plugs on both ends) specified by Minolta.
If the power cord (inlet type) is not connected to the copier securely, a
contact problem may lead to increased resistance, overheating, and risk
of fire.
• Check whether the power cord is not stepped on or pinched by a table and
so on.
Overheating may occur there, leading to a risk of fire.
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WARNING: Power Plug and Cord
• Do not bundle or tie the power cord.
Overheating may occur there, leading to a risk of fire.
• Check whether dust is collected around the power plug and wall outlet.
Using the power plug and wall outlet without removing dust may result in
fire.
• Do not insert the power plug into the wall outlet with a wet hand.
The risk of electric shock exists.
• When unplugging the power cord, grasp the plug, not the cable.
The cable may be broken, leading to a risk of fire and electric shock.
WARNING: Wiring
• Never use multi-plug adapters to plug multiple power cords in the same outlet.
If used, the risk of fire exists.
• When an extension cord is required, use a specified one.
Current that can flow in the extension cord is limited, so using a too long
extension cord may result in fire.
Do not use an extension cable reel with the cable taken up. Fire may
result.
WARNING: Ground Lead
• Check whether the copier is grounded properly.
If current leakage occurs in an ungrounded copier, you may suffer electric
shock while operating the copier. Connect the ground lead to one of the
following points:
a. Ground terminal of wall outlet
b. Ground terminal for which Class D work has been done
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SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS
WARNING: Ground Lead
• Pay attention to the point to which the ground lead is connected.
Connecting the ground lead to an improper point such as the points listed
below results in a risk of explosion and electric shock:
a. Gas pipe (A risk of explosion or fire exists.)
b. Lightning rod (A risk of electric shock or fire exists.)
c. Telephone line ground (A risk of electric shock or fire exists in the case
of lightning.)
d. Water pipe or faucet (It may include a plastic portion.)
2.Installation Requirements
WARNING: Prohibited Installation Place
• Do not place the copier near flammable materials such as curtains or volatile
materials that may catch fire.
A risk of fire exists.
• Do not place the copier in a place exposed to water such as rain water.
A risk of fire and electric shock exists.
WARNING: Nonoperational Handling
• When the copier is not used over an extended period of time (holidays, etc.),
switch it off and unplug the power cord.
Dust collected around the power plug and outlet may cause fire.
CAUTION: Temperature and Humidity
• Do not place the copier in a place exposed to direct sunlight or near a heat
source such as a heater.
A risk of degradation in copier performance or deformation exists.
Do not place the copier in a place exposed to cool wind.
Recommended temperature and humidity are as follows:
Temperature: 10°C to 30°C 50°F to 86°F
Humidity: 10% to 80% (no dew condensation)
Avoid other environments as much as possible.
CAUTION: Ventilation
• Do not place the copier in a place where there is much dust, cigarette smoke,
or ammonia gas.
Place the copier in a well ventilated place to prevent machine problems
and image faults.
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CAUTION: Ventilation
• The copier generates ozone gas during operation, but it is not sufficient to be
harmful to the human body.
If a bad smell of ozone is present in the following cases, ventilate the room.
a. When the copier is used in a poorly ventilated room
b. When taking a lot of copies
c. When using multiple copiers at the same time
CAUTION: Vibration
• When installing the copier, read the Installation Guide thoroughly. Be sure to
install the copier in a level and sturdy place.
Constant vibration will cause problems.
• Be sure to lock the caster stoppers.
In the case of an earthquake and so on, the copier may slide, leading to a
injury.
CAUTION: Inspection before Servicing
• Before conducting an inspection, read all relevant documentation (Service
Manual, technical notices, etc.) and proceed with the inspection following the
prescribed procedure, using only the prescribed tools. Do not make any
adjustment not described in the documentation.
If the prescribed procedure or tool is not used, the copier may break and a
risk of injury or fire exists.
• Before conducting an inspection, be sure to disconnect the power plugs from
the copier and options.
When the power plug is inserted in the wall outlet, some units are still powered even if the POWER switch is turned OFF. A risk of electric shock
exists.
• The area around the fixing unit is hot.
You may get burnt.
DANGER: Work Performed with the Copier Powered
• Take every care when making adjustments or performing an operation check
with the copier powered.
If you make adjustments or perform an operation check with the external
cover detached, you may touch live or high-voltage parts or you may be
caught in moving gears or the timing belt, leading to a risk of injury.
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DANGER: Work Performed with the Copier Powered
• Take every care when servicing with the external cover detached.
High-voltage exists around the drum unit. A risk of electric shock exists.
WARNING: Safety Checkpoints
• Check the exterior and frame for edges, burrs, and other damages.
Personal injuries may result.
• Do not allow any metal parts such as clips, staples, and screws to fall into the
copier.
They can short internal circuits and cause electric shock or fire.
• Check wiring for squeezing and any other damage.
Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
• When disconnecting connectors, grasp the connector, not the cable.
(Specifically, connectors of the AC line and high-voltage parts)
Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
• Carefully remove all toner remnants and dust from electrical parts and electrode units such as a charging corona unit.
Current can leak, leading to a risk of copier trouble or fire.
• Check high-voltage cables and sheaths for any damage.
Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
• Check electrode units such as a charging corona unit for deterioration and
sign of leakage.
Current can leak, leading to a risk of trouble or fire.
• Before disassembling or adjusting the write unit incorporating a laser, make
sure that the power cord has been disconnected.
The laser light can enter your eye, leading to a risk of loss of eyesight.
• Do not remove the cover of the write unit. Do not supply power with the write
unit shifted from the specified mounting position.
The laser light can enter your eye, leading to a risk of loss of eyesight.
• When replacing a lithium battery, replace it with a new lithium battery specified in the Parts Guide Manual. Dispose of the used lithium battery using the
method specified by local authority.
Improper replacement can cause explosion.
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WARNING: Safety Checkpoints
• After replacing a part to which AC voltage is applied (e.g., optical lamp and
fixing lamp), be sure to check the installation state.
A risk of fire exists.
• Check the interlock switch and actuator for loosening and check whether the
interlock functions properly.
If the interlock does not function, you may receive an electric shock or be
injured when you insert your hand in the copier (e.g., for clearing paper
jam).
• Make sure the wiring cannot come into contact with sharp edges, burrs, or
other pointed parts.
Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
• Make sure that all screws, components, wiring, connectors, etc. that were
removed for safety check and maintenance have been reinstalled in the original location. (Pay special attention to forgotten connectors, pinched cables,
forgotten screws, etc.)
A risk of copier trouble, electric shock, and fire exists.
HANDLING OF MATERIALS FOR SERVICING
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Drum cleaner (isopropyl alcohol) and roller cleaner (acetone-based) are
highly flammable and must be handled with care. A risk of fire exists.
• Do not replace the cover or turn the copier ON before any solvent remnants
on the cleaned parts have fully evaporated.
A risk of fire exists.
• Use only a small amount of cleaner at a time and take care not to spill any
liquid. If this happens, immediately wipe it off.
A risk of fire exists.
• When using any solvent, ventilate the room well.
Breathing large quantities of organic solvents can lead to discomfort.
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DANGER: HANDLING OF MATERIALS FOR SERVICING
• Toner and developer are not harmful substances, but care must be taken not
to breathe excessive amounts or let the substances come into contact with
eyes, etc. It may be stimulative.
If the substances get in the eye, rinse with plenty of water immediately.
When symptoms are noticeable, consult a physician.
• Never throw the used cartridge and toner into fire.
You may be burned due to dust explosion.
[3]
CONCLUSION
1. Safety of users and customer engineers depends highly on accurate maintenance and administration.
Therefore, safety can be maintained by the appropriate daily service work conducted by the customer
engineer.
2. When performing service, each copier on the site must be tested for safety. The customer engineer must
verify the safety of parts and ensure appropriate management of the equipment.
SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented
regulations for laser products manufactured since August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States.
This copier is certified as a “Class 1” laser product under the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation
Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. Since radiation emitted inside this copier is completely confined within
protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape during any phase of normal user operation.
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SAFETY CIRCUITS
[2]
This machine is provided with the following safety circuits to prevent machine faults from resulting in seri-
Protection by L2 and L4 (fixing heater
lamps) overheating prevention circuit
ous accidents.
Overall protection circuit
[2]
L2 and L4 (fixing heater lamps) overheating
prevention circuit
RL1
CB
TH3
These safety circuits are described below to provide
the service engineer with a renewed awareness of
RL
driver
section
RL1
Control
section
TH2
them in order to prevent servicing errors that may
impair their functions.
Overall Protection Circuit
TH1
[1]
ACDB
TH4
[1]
TS1
AC
driver
section
L2
L4
CBR1
1.
NF
Protection by software
The output voltage from TH1 (fixing tempera-
NF2
ture sensor 1) is read by the CPU. If this voltage is abnormal, L2 (fixing heater lamp 1), and
L4 (fixing heater lamp 3), and RL1 (main relay)
are turned OFF.
1.
Protection by CBR1 and CBR2 (circuit
breakers)
CAUTION:
CBR1 interrupt the AC line instantaneously
when an excessive current flows due to a short
Do not change the gap between the roller
and TH1. When repl-acing TH1, check the
in the AC line.
specified mounting dimensions.
The RL1 function must not be deactivated
CAUTION:
under any circum-stances.
The CBR1 and CBR2 functions must not
be deactivated under any circumstances.
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2.
Protection by the hardware circuit
The output voltages from TH1 and TH2 (fixing
temperature sensor 2), TH3 (fixing temperature sensor 3), and TH4 (fixing temperature
sensor 4) are compared with the abnormality
judgement reference value in the comparator
circuit. If the output voltage from TH1, TH2,
TH3, or TH4 exceeds the reference value, L2,
L4, and RL1 are turned off in hardware means.
CAUTION:
Periodically check the TH2 and TH4 faces
contacting the roller, and replace TH2
and/or TH4 if any abnormality is detected.
Do not change the gap between the roller
and each sensor TH2 and TH4. When
replacing TH2 or TH4, check the specified
mounting dimensions.
The RL1 function must not be deactivated
under any circum-stances.
3.
Protection by TS1 (thermostat (upper)) and
TS2 (thermostat (lower))
TS1 is turned off when the temperature of the
fixing roller (upper) exceeds the specified
value, and TS2 is turned off when the temperature of the heating (upper) roller exceeds the
specified value, thus interrupting the power to
L2 and L4 directly.
CAUTION:
Do not use any other electrical conductor
in place of TS1 and TS2.
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INDICATION OF WARNING ON THE MACHINE
Caution labels shown below are attached in some areas on/in the machine areas.
When accessing these areas for maintenance, repair, or adjustment, special care should be taken to avoid burns
and shock hazards.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
VORSICHT
ATTENZIONE
PRECAUCION
WARNING
DANGER
WARNUNG
ADVERTENCIA
CAUTION
ATTENTION
VORSICHT
PRECAUCION
ATTENZIONE
2
2
(Both sides of the fixing unit)
AVVERTIMENTO
CAUTION
WARNING
This area generates
high voltage. If
touched, electrical
shock may occur. DO
NOT TOUCH!
The fixing unit is very hot.
To avoid getting burned DO NOT
TOUCH.
1
(Top surface of
the fixing unit)
(Inside of
the fixing unit)
(Front side of
the fixing unit)
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
ATTENTION
VORSICHT
PRECAUCION
ATTENZIONE
The conveyance fixing unit is heavy.
Use care and draw it out gently;
otherwise you may be injured.
ATTENTION
VORSICHT
CAUTION
PRECAUCION
ATTENZIONE
DO NOT put your hand between the
main body and developing fixing
unit; otherwise you may be injured.
CAUTION
Please adhere to all caution labels to avoid burns or injury.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
PS
WARNING
Unplug the machine before removing platen glass.
DANGER
Debrancher le copieur avant de retirer la vitre d'exposition.
WARNUNG
Vor Entfernen des Vorlagenglases Netzstecker ziehen.
ADVERTENCIA
Desenchufe la maquina antes de quitar el vidrio.
AVVERTIMENTO Estrarre la spina dalla presa prima di rimuovere il vetro di esposizione.
PS
Elektrische Teile
In dieser Einheit
DANGER
VISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
PS
for BA standard
PS
VISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM
LASERSTRAHLUNG,WENN ABDECKUNG
GEÖFFNET.
NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
CAUTION
Please adhere to all caution labels to avoid burns or injury.
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L‘OUVERTURE.
EVITER L‘EXPOSITION DERECTE.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Tray 1
Tray 2
CAUTION
CAUTION
DO NOT put your hand
between the main body
and tray; otherwise you
may be injured.
Tray 3
FN-7 Only
CAUTION
ATTENTION
PRECAUCION
CUIDADO
CAUTION
ATTENTION
VORSICHT
PRECAUCION
ATTENZIONE
CAUTION
Use care after opening the
paper exit outlet. DO NOT
put your hands into the
paper exit outlet as you
may be injured.
CAUTION
Inside the lower paper exit outlet
is the roller drive unit.
DO NOT put your hands into the
paper exit outlet as you may be
injured
Finisher [FN-7 / FN-115]
CAUTION
Please adhere to all caution labels to avoid burns or injury.
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CAUTION
WARNING
WARNING
Unplug the machine before removing
panels.
D brancher lÕappareil avant de
retirer les panneaux arri res.
Desenchufe la m‡quina antes de
quitar los paneles.
Desconecte a unidade da tomada
antes de remover os pain is.
Unplug the machine before removing
panels.
D brancher lÕappareil avant de
retirer les panneaux arri res.
Vor Abnahme der Schutzverkleidung
Netzstecker ziehen.
Desenchufe la m‡quina antes de
quitar los paneles.
Scollegare la macchina prima di
rimuovere i pannelli.
Trimmer [TMG-2]
CAUTION
Please adhere to all caution labels to avoid burns or injury.
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WARNING
Unplug the machine before removing
panels.
Débrancher l’appareil avant de retirer
les panneaux arrières.
Desenchufe la máquina antes de
quitar los paneles.
Desconecte a unidade da tomada
antes de remover os painéis.
Unplug the machine before removing
panels.
Débrancher l’appareil avant de retirer
les panneaux arrières.
Vor Abnahme der Schutzverkleidung
Netzstecker ziehen.
Desenchufe la máquina antes de
quitar los paneles.
Scollegare la macchina prima di
rimuovere i pannelli.
<PK-3 Puncher>
<ZK-2 Puncher with Z-folding>
CAUTION
Please adhere to all caution labels to avoid burns or injury.
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OUTLINE OF SYSTEM
Expansion memory unit
[M64-1 / M128-1]
Puncher
[PK-3]
Paper
exit tray
LCT [C-403]
Cover Inserter
[Cover Inserter C]
Trimmer
[TMG-2]
Finisher
[FN-115]
Finisher
[FN-7]
Puncher with
Z-folding
[ZK-2]
LCT [C-404]
Printer Controller
1-1
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
[1] Type
Zoom magnifications:
x0.25 to x4.00 (600 dpi, in 1% steps)
Vertical magnifications:
x0.25 to x4.00 (600 dpi, in 1% steps)
Horizontal magnifications:
x0.25 to x4.00 (600 dpi, in 1% steps)
Warm-up time:
Less than 6 minutes*2
*2: 6 minutes is the machine for the
230VAC specification.
Warm-up time differs depending
on the Power source (voltage).
First copy out time:
Installation Type:
Console type (floor-mounted type)
Copying method:
Indirect electrostatic method
Document tray type:
Fixed
Photosensitive material:
OPC
Sensitizing method:
Laser writing
Paper feed trays:
Three stacked trays (two for 500
sheets of 80 g/m2 or 20lbs. paper;
Mode
A4, 8.5x11
one for 1000 sheets of 80 g/m2 or
20lbs. paper)
A by-pass tray for various paper
Manual
3.3 seconds or less
*Straight paper ejection with the
copied image facing up, platen
mode, life size, paper feed from tray
1
Continuous copy speed (life size, copies/
min):
2
sizes (150 sheets of 80 g/m or 20
lbs. paper)
LCT (4000 sheets of 80 g/m2 or 20
lbs. paper)*1
*1: Optional
[2] Functions
Applicable document types:
Sheets, book, solid object
Document size:
A3 (11x17) max.
Copy paper size:
• Metric area
A3 to A5, 11x17 to 8.5 x11, F4
• Inch Area
11x17 to 8.5 x5.5, A3 to B5R, F4
Wide paper (max. 314x445mm)*2
*2: When using C404
Paper size for ADU paper passage:
Max. 314 x 459 mm to A5 or
8.5 x 5.5 min.
Magnifications
Fixed magnifications:
• Metric area
x1.00, x2.00, x1.41, x1.22, x1.15,
x0.86, x0.82, x0.71, x0.50
• Inch Area
x1.00, x4.00, x2.00, x1.55, x1.29,
x0.77, x0.65, x0.50
Special ratio magnifications:
3 modes
Size
cpm
A4, 8.5x11
85
Continuous copy count:
1 to 9999
Copy density selections:
AE, manual
Arbitrary density (2 modes)
E-RDH memory capacity:
standard 128 MB
maximum 512 MB
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[3] Applicable Copy Paper
1 OUTLINE
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[5] Particulars of Machine
Plain paper:
Power supply:
230 VAC
EURO: -14 to 10.6 %
USA : ±10 %
50 Hz/ 60 Hz
208 to 240 VAC 60 Hz
Power consumption:
230 V Machine: 3450 W max.
(Full option)
208 to 240 V Machine: 3840 W max.
(Full option)
Weight:
Approx. 280 kg (617 lbs.)
Machine dimensions:
High quality paper 60 to 90 g/m2
or 17 to 24 lbs
Special paper:
High quality paper
50 to 59 g/m2 , 91 to 170 g/m2 or
13 to 16 lbs, 24 to 40 Ibs
Bypass feed only:
Label paper
OHP Film
Blueprint master paper
Tray feed only:
High quality paper
171 to 200 g/m2 or 40 to 45 lbs
ADU paper passage:
High quality paper
45.5"
60 to 200 g/m2 or 17 to 45 lbs
[4] Options
LCT:
C-403 / C-404
Expansion memory unit:
M64-1: 64MB
M128-1: 128MB
Finisher: FN-115 / FN-7
Post inserter: Cover Inserter C
Trimmer: TMG-2
Puncher: PK-3
Puncher with Z-folding :ZK-2
Paper exit tray
Printer Controller:
35"
35.5"
[6] Maintenance and Life
Periodic maintenance:
Every 500,000 copies
Machine life:
30,000,000 copies or 5 years
[7] Consumables
Developer: Exclusively for Minolta Di850
Toner :
Exclusively for Minolta Di850
Drum:
Exclusively for Minolta Di850 (ø100)
[8] Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F)
Humidity: 10% to 80% RH
Note: The information herein may subject to
change for improvement without notice.
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CENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL VIEW
Charging corona
RADF
section
Image processing Cleaning section PCL
section
Image read
section
Exposure lamp
Image write
section
Fixing
section
Developing
section
Second paper
feed section
Paper exit
section
By-pass tray
Transfer corona
section
Paper reverse/
exit section
Vertical conveyance
section
TSL
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Paper conveyance Separation
ADU
section
corona section
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DRIVE SYSTEM DIAGRAM
[1] Main Drive Section
Fixing unit
upper roller
Fixing unit
Heating roller
To paper conveyance and
transfer/separation corona
cleaning section
1
Main motor (M1)
Fixing unit lower roller
1-5
FRONT
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[2] Drum Drive Section
FRONT
Toner guide brush
Drum
Drum motor (M2)
Toner guide shaft
Toner conveyance screws
Separation claw unit
Separation claw
solenoid (SD4)
Separation claw swing cam
1-6
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[3] Developing Drive Section
Agitator wheel
FRONT
Agitator screw
Developing sleeve
Developing motor (M3)
[4] Paper Feed Drive Section
FRONT
2
To tray 1 paper feed/ tray up drive section
3
6
To vertical conveyance section
To vertical conveyance section
5
To tray 2 paper feed/ tray up drive section
To tray 3 paper feed/tray up drive section
4
Paper feed motor (M4)
1-7
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[5] Tray 1 and 2 Paper Feed Drive Section
Tray up motor 1/2 (M19/M20)
FRONT
Feed roller
Pre-feed registration roller
Pre-registration MC1/2
(MC4/MC6)
Paper feed roller
2
3
Feed MC1/2 (MC3/MC5)
From paper feed
drive section
1-8
Double feed
prevention roller
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[6] Tray 3 Paper Feed Drive Section
Feed roller
Pre-feed registration roller
FRONT
Pre-registration MC3
(MC8)
Tray up motor 3 (M21)
Paper feed roller
4
From paper feed drive
section
Double feed
prevention roller
Feed MC3 (MC7)
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[7] Vertical Conveyance Drive Section
FRONT
7
Vertical
conveyance
MC1 (MC9)
From bypass
paper feed drive
section
5
From paper
feed drive
section
6
From paper
feed drive
section
Vertical conveyance
roller (Upper)
Vertical conveyance
roller (Middle)
Vertical conveyance
roller (Lower)
Vertical
conveyance
MC2 (MC10)
1-10
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[8] By-pass Paper Feed Drive Section
Tray up/down motor (by-pass tray: M22)
Paper feed roller
FRONT
Feed roller
8
7
To ADU conveyance
drive section
To vertical conveyance
Loop roller motor (M6)
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[9] Conveyance/Transfer and Separation Wire Cleaning Drive Section
FRONT
Transfer/separation cleaning motor (M18)
Thick paper conveyance rollers
1
Conveyance belts
From main drive section
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[10] ADU Conveyance Drive Section
Registration MC (MC1)
Loop roller
Registration roller
Registration motor
(M12)
ADU pre-registration
MC (MC2)
Transfer motor (M9)
ADU exit roller
FRONT
ADU conveyance motor (M8)
ADU reverse roller
ADU reverse motor (M7)
Paper reverse/exit
motor (M5)
8
From by-pass
paper feed
drive section
Pre-registration roller
From fixing
unit drive
Pre-transfer roller
Paper reverse/
exit roller 1
ADU horizontal
conveyance roller 2
Pre-registration loop
roller
ADU horizontal
conveyance roller 1
1-13
Paper reverse/
exit roller 2
Paper reverse/exit
entrance roller
Paper reverse/exit roller 3
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[11] Paper Exit Drive Section
FRONT
Paper exit motor (M10)
Paper exit roller
[12] Toner Supply Drive Section
Toner supply motor 2 (M15)
Toner supply motor 1 (M11)
FRONT
Toner cartridge
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[13] Optics Drive Section
Scanner drive motor (M13)
First mirror
Slit-glass
Second mirror
Third mirror
Optics wire (Rear)
FRONT
Optics wire (Front)
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[14] Web Drive Section
Web drive motor (M16)
FRONT
Cleaning web
1-16
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UNIT EXPLANATION
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
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EXTERNAL SECTION
EXTERNAL SECTION
[1] Composition
Right side cover
(upper)
Operation panel
RADF(EDH-5)
Cooling
cover
Front right door
Bypass tray
Tray 1
Tray 2
Optional cover
Left side cover
Left front door
Tray 3
Rear cover
Right side cover
(middle)
Vertical
Conveyance
door
2-A-1
Right side cover
(lower)
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Main switch
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
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DRIVE SECTION
DRIVE SECTION
[1] Composition
Main motor (M1)
Paper exit motor
(M10)
Developing motor (M3)
Loop roller motor (M6)
Paper feed motor (M4)
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Driven Parts
Method
*1
Drum drive
Drum, clearer fur brush
*1
Developing drive
Developing sleeve
Gear drive (dedicated motor)
*1
Main drive
Fixing upper roller
Gear drive (dedicated motor)
*1
Paper feed drive
Tray 1/2/3, Vertical conveyance roller
(middle/lower)
Gear drive (dedicated motor) + Belt
*1
By-pass/loop drive
By-pass feed roller, loop roller, vertical
conveyance roller (upper)
Gear drive (dedicated motor)
*1
Paper exit drive
Paper exit roller
Gear drive (dedicated motor)
*1
Independent drive mechanisms
Drive mechanisms are driven by dedicated motors to ensure high-speed operation and to improve serviceability of the drum unit and developing performance.
In order to improve the fixativeness in copying thick paper, the selection of [Thick paper 3] in the key operation
mode decreases the linear speed of the main motor (M1) to 210mm/s only when the paper passes through
the fixing unit.
The mode of [Thick paper 3] is available only when the length of the paper in the paper feed direction is 216mm
or shorter and the paper is fed from LT.
2-B-1
Gear drive (dedicated motor)
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Drum motor (M2)
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[3] M1 (Main) Control
MS2
[4] M2 (Drum) Control
MS2
MS1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
MS1
24VDC
PGND
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
DCPS2
M1
M2
M2CONT
M2 F/R
SGND
M2 EN
M1 CONT
M1 EM
CLK
PRCB
PRCB
M1 (main) is controlled by the PRCB (printer control
board) and the motor drive power is supplied from
DCPS2 (DC power supply unit 2).
M2 (drum) is controlled by the PRCB (printer control
board) and the motor drive power is supplied from
DCPS2 (DC power supply unit 2).
1. Operation
1. Operation
M1 is a motor driven by 24V DC. It drives fixing
upper and lower rollers, paper conveyance belts,
and thick paper conveyance roller. M1 incorporates a speed controller circuit to send a signal
indicating abnormal rotation to PRCB when the
PLL lock has been released for longer than the
specified period of time.
M1 starts rotating when the START PRINT button is pressed and stops when the last copied
paper has been ejected. During the warm-up
operation, M1 rotates to rotate the fixing rollers.
When either one of the front doors of this
machine opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or
MS2 (interlock 2) actuates to stop supplying the
DC power to the motor, causing the M1 to stop.
2. Signals
a. Input signal
(1) M1 EM (M1 to PRCB)
M1 fault detection signal.
[H]: Abnormal rotation (PLL lock has been
released for 2 to 3 seconds or longer.)
[L]: Normal rotation
b. Output signal
(1) M1 CONT (PRCB to M1)
M1 drive control signal.
[H]: M1 ON
[L]: M1 OFF
(2) CLK (PRCB to M1)
Clock signal for M1.
2-B-2
M2 is a motor driven by 24V DC. It drives a drum,
toner guide brush, toner guide shaft, toner conveyance screw, and separation claw swing sections. M2 incorporates a speed sensor (encoder)
to send a feedback signal to PRCB. Using this
signal, PRCB detects the rotational speed and
calculates the PWM duty to be given to the
motor, controlling the M2 speed. In addition to
the speed sensor, M2 also has a flywheel mechanism to ensure accurate and steady rotation.
M2 starts rotating when the START PRINT button is pressed and stops when the last copied
paper has been ejected.
When either one of the front doors of this
machine opens or closes, MS2 (interlock 1) or
MS2 (interlock 2) actuates to stop supplying the
DC power to the motor, causing the M2 to stop.
2. Signals
a. Input signal
(1) M2 EN (M2 to PRCB)
M2 motor encoder signal.
b. Output signals
(1) M2 CONT (PRCB to M2)
M2 drive control signal (PCOM).
[L]: M2 ON
[H]: M2 OFF
(2) M2 F/R (PRCB to M4)
M2 rotational direction switchover signal.
[H]: CCW (relative to motor shaft)
[L]: CW (relative to motor shaft)
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READ SECTION
READ SECTION
[1] Composition
Exposure unit
V-mirror unit
(2nd and 3rd mirrors)
Slit glass
CCD unit
Scanner cooling fan (FM7)
A/D converter
board
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Light source
Xenon lamp
Method
Exposure
Light source shift slit exposure, static exposure
Scanning
Platen original scanning: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd mirrors are shifted.
RADF original scanning: Original is moved with light source held stationary.
Lamp power supply
Lamp cord
Optics cooling
Cooling fan
2-C-1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Scanner drive wire
Optics rail (R)
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[3] M13 (Scanner Drive) Control
d.
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
M13 CLK
M13 F/R
M13 CSEL
M13 V0
M13 V1
M13 V2
M13 DRIVE U
M13 DRIVE V
M13 DRIVE W
M13
5VDC
PS5
SGND
PS5
PS7
PS7
5VDC
PS6
SGND
PS6
PS5
PS7
PS6
PS4
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
SCDB
DCPS1
M13 (scanner drive) is driven by the SCDB (scanner
drive board) and is controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board).
Related signals are PS5 (scanner HP), PS6 (original
HP), and PS7 (ADF brake).
1. Operation
a.
b.
Operation of M13
M13 is a 3-phase stepping motor driven using
the 3-phase bipolar constant-current drive
method. The motor is turned ON/OFF by supplying/stopping clock pulses.
Movement speed of the exposure unit
Scanning speed
Operation mode
Movement speed
Scan
400 mm/sec (600 dpi, 1:1)
Forward
615.38 mm/sec
Home position
search
205.1 mm/sec
Exposure unit home position search
If the exposure unit is not at the home position
when the main switch is turned ON or when the
START PRINT button is pressed, the home position is searched for in the following manner:
(1) When the exposure unit is on the paper exit side
with respect to the home position
When the exposure unit is at PS7 (ADF brake)
(PS7 is ON), it moves forward at a low speed.
And it moves until PS5 (scanner HP) turns ON
and OFF again, then stops. It moves backward
until PS5 turns ON again.
When the exposure unit is between PS7 and
PS5, it moves backward until PS7 turns ON
before moving forward as mentioned above.
(2) When the exposure unit is on the paper feed side
When the exposure unit is at PS5 (PS5 is ON), it
moves forward at a low speed until PS5 turns
OFF before moving as discussed in (1) above.
When the exposure unit is located on the paper
feed side with respect to PS5, it moves backward
then stops for a short while after PS5 turns ON.
Then it moves forward and performs operations
as described in (1) above.
e. Read with shading correction
L1 is turned ON, when black correction has been
completed after the home position search operation, thus reading the light reflected by the white
reference plate installed underneath the glass
stopper plate and performing the first white correction. Then, the exposure unit moves to the
paper exit side, performs the second white correction while stopping at the preset position, then
returns to the home position to turn OFF L1.
ADF
break
PS7
Scanner
HP
PS5
First white correction
Second white correction
c.
Positions of sensors
Paper exit side
PS7
PS5
Paper feed side
PS6
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f.
b. PRCB output signals
(1) M13 CLK (PRCB to SCDB)
Clock signal for M13.
(2) M13 F/R (PRCB to SCDB)
M13 rotational direction switchover signal.
[L]: The exposure unit is moved toward the paper
exit side.
[H]: The exposure unit is moved toward the paper
feed side.
(3) M13 CSEL (PRCB to SCDB)
M13 excitation switchover signal.
[L]: 2-/3-phase excitation
[H]: W2-/3-phase excitation
(4) M13 V0 to V2 (PRCB to SCDB)
M13 excitation current switchover signal.
c. SCDB output signals
(1) M13 DRIVE, U, V, W (SCDB to M13)
M13 drive control signals.
These signals are used to control rotation of
M13. By supplying and stopping clock pulses,
the motor is turned ON/OFF and the rotational
direction is switched.
ADF copy operation
ADF
break
PS7
Scanner
HP
PS5
Second white correction
First white correction
Original
read
position
g.
Platen copy operation
Scanner
return
ADF Scanner
brake HP
PS7
Original HP
PS5
PS6
Second white correction
First white correction
AE scan
Original area justment
Exposure scan
Home position search
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS5 (PS5 to SCDB to PRCB)
Scanner home position detection signal.
The reference position for the home position of
the exposure unit is detected.
[L]: The exposure unit is detected.
[H]: The exposure unit is not detected.
(2) PS6 (PS6 to SCDB to PRCB)
Original home position detection signal.
In the platen mode, the reference position for the
original’s leading edge is detected.
[L]: The exposure unit is detected.
[H]: The exposure unit is not detected.
(3) PS7 (PS7 to SCDB to PRCB)
ADF brake detection signal.
In the DF mode, the exposure reference position
is detected.
[L]: The exposure unit is detected.
[H]: The exposure unit is not detected.
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[4] Exposure control
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
L1 CONT
24VDC
LV
L1 CONT
HV
L1
L1 INVB
24VDC
PGND
PRCB
SCDB
DCPS2
L1 (exposure lamp) is driven by the L1 INVB (L1
inverter) and is controlled by the PRCB (printer control
board) via the SCDB (scanner drive board).
1. Operation
L1 is a xenon lamp driven by the inverter circuit.
The xenon lamp can emit a constant quantity of
light and generates less heat than other lamps,
requiring neither light quantity controller circuit
nor thermal protector circuit that have been used
in the conventional machines. However, since L1
is held lit when the exposure unit is nonoperational in the DF mode, a FM7 (scanner cooling)
is installed in the read section.
2. Signals
a. Output signals
(1) L1 CONT (PRCB to SCDB to L1 INVB)
L1 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: L1 ON
[H]: L1 OFF
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[6] APS Control
CCD
5VDC
PS62
SGND
PS62
PS63
PS63
PS64
PS64
PS65
PS65
PS66
PS66
PS67
PS67
PS68
PS68
ADB
5VDC
SGND
ICB IFB
ICB
PRCB
Original read control is performed by the ADB (A/D
converter board) and CCD sensor installed in the ADB.
1. Operation
The light reflected by the exposed original is
input to the CCD sensor through the lens. The
analog voltage corresponding to the quantity of
input light is A/D-converted in the ADB, being
output to the ICB (image control board).
a. Original read
The original read timing is as follows:
(1) Platen mode
Specified interval after exposure unit turns PS6
(original HP) ON.
(2) DF mode
After lapse of the specified time after the original’s leading edge turns ON PS308 (Original
conveyance).
ICB IFB
DCPS1
The APS method used in the platen mode is different
from that used in the DF mode.
The signal read by the APS sensor or the original size
detection sensor of the RADF is processed by the ICB
(image control board).
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1. Operation
a. APS detection
(1) DF mode
The original size is detected according to the
combination of ON/OFF states of PS302 (original size detection 1) and PS303 (original size
detection 2) and the resistance value of VR301
(original size detection).
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(2) Platen mode
The paper size is detected according to the combination of ON/OFF states of PS62 (APS 1),
PS63 (APS 2), PS64 (APS 3), PS65 (APS 4),
PS66 (APS 5), PS67 (APS 6), and PS68 (APS
7).
The APS sensor consists of LEDs and photosensors. Lights emitted from the LEDs is reflected by
the original and received by photosensors.
Paper exit side
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
READ SECTION
PS63 PS62
2. Signals
PS66
a. Input signals
(1) PS62 (PS62 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(2) PS63 (PS63 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(3) PS64 (PS64 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(4) PS65 (PS65 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(5) PS66 (PS66 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(6) PS67 (PS67 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
(7) PS68 (PS68 to ICB IFB)
Paper size detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected.
[H]: Paper is not detected.
PS64
PS67
Photo sensor
LED
Relationships between sensors and original
sizes are as follows:
Sensor
PS62 PS63 PS64 PS65 PS66 PS67 PS68
B5R
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
B5
B4
A4R
A4
A3
8.5 x 11R
z
8.5 x 11
8.5 x 14
11 x 17
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
APS detection timing
The APS detection timing differs between the
platen mode and DF mode.
(1) DF mode
When the DF mode is selected or original is set
on the RADF original feed tray, APS detection
takes place using PS302 (original size detection
1), PS303 (original size detection 2), and VR301
(original size detection).
(2) Platen mode
When RADF is closed and PS315 (APS timing)
turns ON, APS detection takes place using PS62
to PS68.
PS68
PS65
Paper
size
b.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Min. size
z ON
OFF
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[7] AE Control
(2) Non-image area erasure mode
Entire original area detected by forward scanning.
(3) DF mode
The image at the leading edge of the original is
read when the START button is pressed.
The read data is used to measure the image density on the original.
<AE sampling area>
(1) Main scanning direction
• 10-mm area inside the original detected by
APS
(2) Sub scanning direction
Range between 2mm to 7.3mm from the leading
edge of the original.
CCD
ADB
ICB IFB
ICB
The CCD sensor detects the image density on an original during AE scanning to select the optimum copy
gamma correction curve.
AE processing is controlled by the ICB (image control
board).
1. Operation
a. AE detection
(1) Platen mode
The image density on an original is measured
while the exposure unit moves from the home
position to the leading edge of the original after
depression of the START button.
<AE sampling area>
(1) Normal copy
10mm inside perimeter of original size detected
by APS.
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READ SECTION
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[1] Composition
Cylindrical lens 1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Polygon mirror
Index sensor board
Cylindrical lens 2
3rd mirror
Laser driver board LD2
2nd mirror
fθ lens 2
Collimator lens unit 2
fθ lens 1
Beam combining prism
Collimator lens unit 1
Laser driver board LD1
[2] Mechanisms
*1
*2
*3
*1
Mechanism
Scan
Method
Polygon mirror
Rotational speed:
24,803.1 rpm (400 dpi)
37,204.7 rpm (600 dpi)
Light source
Laser diodes (two)
(Output: Max. 20 mW)
Positioning
Index sensor
Fine adjustment prism
Laser beam
combining
Semiconductor
laser LD2
CY2 lens
Compression prism
Semiconductor
laser LD1
Collimator
lens unit
3rd mirror
Beam
combining
prism
Polygon
mirror
Beam combining prism
Path of laser light
The light output from semiconductor laser is radiated onto the OPC drum via the collimator lens,
compression prism, fine adjustment prism, beam
combining prism, cylindrical lens 1, polygon mirror, fθ lens 1, fθ lens 2, second mirror, cylindrical
lens 2, and third mirror.
CY1 lens
Glass cover
2nd mirror
Index mirror
fθ lens 2
Index sensor
fθ lens 1
OPC drum
Polygon Cooling Fan
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*2
Positioning
Each laser beam is positioned by the compression prism and fine adjustment prism.
*3
Laser beam combining
Two laser beams output at right angle to each
other are redirected in the same direction using
the beam combining prism.
[3] M17 (Polygon) Control
M17 EM
M17 CLK
M17 CONT
PRCB
Semiconductor laser 1
24VDC
PGND
Laser 1 beam passes
DCPS2
SGND
24VDC
M17 MAG A’
M17 MAG A
M17 MAG B’
M17 MAG B
M17 MAG C’
M17 MAG C
M17 DRIVE C
M17 DRIVE B
M17 DRIVE A
M17
PMDB
Laser 2 beam
reflected
M17 (polygon) is driven by the PMDB (polygon driver
board) and is controlled by the PRCB (printer control
board).
Beam combining prism
1. Operation
Semiconductor
laser 2
a.
b.
Explanation of operation
M17 is a 3-phase brushless DC motor which is
driven by the 3-phase bipolar method. The current flowing through the coil is switched according to the position of the rotor detected by the
position sensor (magnetic sensor) in the motor.
This motor rotates the polygon mirror to scan the
laser beams from LDB1 and 2 (laser driver
boards 1 and 2) in the axial direction of the drum.
Its rotation is held constant by PLL control.
Rotational speed
36VDC is used to drive M17. The rotation speeds
are as follows:
Resolution
Rotational speed (rpm)
400 dpi
24,803.1 rpm
600 dpi
37,204.7 rpm
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) M17 EM (PMDB to PRCB)
This signal indicates the clock synchronization
state of M17.
[L]: Synchronous (normal)
[H]: Asynchronous (abnormal)
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b. PRCB output signals
(1) M17 CONT (PRCB to PMDB)
This signal turns ON/OFF M17.
[L]: M17 ON
[H]: M17 OFF
(2) M17 CLK (PRCB to PMDB)
This is a reference clock signal for PLL-controlling M17 in PMDB.
c. PMDB input signals
(1) M17 MAG A/A’ (M17 to PMDB)
(2) M17 MAG B/B’ (M17 to PMDB)
(3) M17 MAG C/C’ (M17 to PMDB)
Output signals from the position sensor (magnetic sensor) incorporated in M17.
The PMDB detects the position of the motor rotator using these signals, switching among outputs, M17 DRIVE A to C.
d. PMDB output signals
(1) DRIVE A to C (PMDB to M17)
M17 drive signals.
M5 DRIVE A to C supplies the corresponding
voltages to M17. Pulses of the voltages applied
to M17 are shown below. The pulse widths of the
PMDB output signals change as shown below
depending on the state of M17 rotation, changing
the effective values of the voltages supplied to
M17. Thus, the M17 speed can be controlled.
M5 DRIVE A
M5 DRIVE B
M5 DRIVE C
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[4] Image Write Control
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M24 PWR A
M24 PWR B
M24 DRIVE A
M24 DRIVE A’
M24 DRIVE B
M24 DRIVE B’
M24
5VDC
SGND
M INDEX 1
SGND
M INDEX 2
SGND
S INDEX1
SGND
S INDEX 2
SGND
HL VL
IPR
SGND
INDEXSB
ADB
5VDC
SGND
LD1 SH
LD1 ENB
LD1 VIDEO
SGND
LD1 ALM
LD1DCLK
LD1 DI
LD1 LD
LD1 PR
ICB
LDB1
5VDC
SGND
5VDC
SGND
LD2 SH
LD2 ENB
LD2 VIDEO
SGND
LD2 ALM
LD2 DCLK
LD2 LD
LD2 AD
LD2 PR
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
ICB IFB
The analog image data from the CCD sensor is A/Dconverted by the ADB (A/D converter board), then sent
to the ICB (image control board) for data processing.
The processed image data is converted into a laser
beam according to the control signal received from the
ICB through the ICB IFB (ICB I/F board), then the beam
is radiated onto the drum surface. Two lasers are pro-
LDB2
vided to write two lines of image data per scan. The
write start position is detected by the INDXSB (index
sensor board). The ICB has an E-RDH (electronic
RDH processing) function to store digitized data. Various editing functions can be performed based on this
data.
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1. Operation
a.
Image processing
The following processing is performed by the ICB
(image control board):
(1) AOC (Auto Offset Control)
During shading correction, a read operation
takes place while L1 (exposure lamp) is OFF, and
the analog offset voltage of the output from the
CCD sensor is automatically adjusted so that the
resulting level is the lower limit of the A/D converter.
(2) AGC (Auto Gain Control)
During shading correction, the white reference
plate is read, and the amplification of the analog
output from the CCD sensor is automatically
adjusted so that the resulting level is the upper of
the A/D converter.
(3) Shading correction
<Timing>
• When SW1 (main switch) is turned ON
(4) Brightness/density conversion
(5) EE processing
(6) Text/dot pattern judgment
(7) Filtering/magnification change processing
(8) Magnification change processing
(9) Copy gamma correction
(10) Skew correction
(11) Error diffusion processing
(12) Data compression
(13) Write density control
b. Write
The ICB (image control board) sends image data
on a pixel basis to LDB1 and LDB2 according to
the control signals from the PRCB (printer control board).
LDB1 and LDB2 cause the lasers to emit for a
period corresponding to the image data. This
laser light is radiated onto the drum surface.
(1) MPC (Maximum Power Control)
ICB informs LDB1 and LDB2 of the maximum
output value and sets that value for the laser
beam emission. LDB1 and LDB2 store this setting value and maintain the quantity of the laser
beam emission using the APC (Auto Power Control).
<MPC timing>
• When SW1 (main switch) is turned ON
(2) APC (Auto Power Control)
The ICB outputs an APC start instruction to the
LDB at the following timing, after MPC is set.
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<APC timing>
• The LDB1 and LDB2 automatically monitor the
laser drive current one line at a time, and controls it so that the light intensity remains the
MPC value.
(3) Write timing
a) Main scanning direction
Using INDEX signal from INDXSB, determines the laser write reference position for
each scan in the drum rotation direction, and
writes the image to copy paper using the
paper position information derived from the
paper position detection by PS1 (paper miscentering).
INDEX
Laser
output 1
Laser
output 2
Image area
a
Symbol
b
c
1st scanning
d
e
2nd scanning
Description
a
Laser goes ON for first scan.
b
Index sensor goes ON.
b-c
c-d
d-e
The timing at the left is controlled
by counting the LD1 IRCLK and
LD2 IRCLK signals. It differs
depending on the document size.
b) Sub scanning direction
Specified interval after PS44 (registration)
detects the tip of the copy paper.
(4) Laser beam position correction
a) Main scanning direction
The index sensor detects the deviation of the
positions of the two beams. This error is corrected by changing the timing of the light
emission from the laser.
b) Sub scanning direction
The index sensor detects the deviation of the
positions of two beams in order to change the
angle of the fine adjustment prism of the LD1
laser using M24 (laser correction), thus
adjusting the vertical angle of the beam.
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2. Signals
a. ICB IFB input signals
(1) M INDEX 1, 2 (INDEXSB to ICB IFB)
This is an index signal used to detect deviation of
vertical scanning.
(2) S INDEX 1, 2 (INDEXSB to ICB IFB)
This is an index signal used to detect deviation of
horizontal scanning.
(3) IPR (INDEXSB to ICB IFB)
This signal monitors the INDEXSB power supply.
[H]: Normal
[L]: Abnormal
(4) LD1 ALM (LDB1 to ICB IFB)
This signal indicates the state of the LD1 laser
drive current.
[H]: Normal
[L]: Abnormal
(5) LD1 PR (LDB1 to ICB IFB)
LD1 power supply monitor signal.
[H]: Normal
[L]: Abnormal
(6) LD2 ALM (LDB2 to ICB IFB)
This signal indicates the state of the LD2 laser
drive current.
[H]: Normal
[L]: Abnormal
(7) LD2 PR (LDB2 → ICB IFB)
LD2 power supply monitor signal.
[H]: Normal
[L]: Abnormal
b. ICB IFB output signals
(1) M24 PWR A (ICB IFB to M24)
M24 A-phase drive signal.
(2) M24 PWR B (ICB IFB to M24)
M24 B-phase drive signal.
(3) M24 DRIVE A/A’ (ICB IFB to M24)
M24 A-phase drive pulse signal.
(4) M24 DRIVE B/B’ (ICB IFB to M24)
M24 B-phase drive pulse signal.
(5) LD1 SH (ICB IFB to LDB1)
One scan line equivalent APC sampling signal.
(6) LD1 ENB (ICB IFB to LDB1)
Laser APC function ON/OFF control signal.
Laser beam emission stops when it is OFF.
(7) LD2 SH (ICB IFB to LDB2)
One scan line equivalent APC sampling signal.
(8) LD2 ENB (ICB IFB to LDB2)
Laser APC function ON/OFF control signal.
Laser beam emission stops when it is OFF.
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(9) LD1 VIDEO (ICB IFB to LDB1)
LD1 laser image signal.
(10) LD2 VIDEO (ICB IFB to LDB2)
LD2 laser image signal.
(11) LD1 DCLK (ICB IFB to LDB1)
LD1 clock signal for MPC value data transmission.
(12) LD1 DI (ICB IFB to LDB1)
LD1 data signal for MPC.
(13) LD1 AD (ICB IFB to LDB1)
LD1 MPC value storage command signal.
(14) LD2 DCLK (ICB IFB to LDB2)
LD2 clock signal for MPC value data transmission.
(15) LD2 DI (ICB IFB to LDB2)
LD2 data signal for MPC.
(16) LD2 AD (ICB IFB to LDB2)
LD2 MPC value storage command signal.
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DRUM UNIT
DRUM UNIT
[1] Composition
Developing unit
Separation claws
Cleaning/toner
recycle unit
Separation claw solenoid (SD4)
Charging corona unit
PCL
Developing unit
Cleaning/toner recycle unit
Transfer and separation corona unit
TSL
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
nism slides the separation claws about 5 mm
back and forth in parallel with the drum surface.
Method
Carriage support
Fixed rail
PCL/TSL
LED
*1
Auxiliary separation
Separation claws
*2
Conveyance assistance
Ratchet wheel
Separation claw solenoid (SD4)
Separation claw
The drum unit is an integral assembly consisting of a
drum, charging corona unit, developing unit, cleaning/
toner recycle unit, PCL, and separation claws.
*1
Auxiliary separation
• To prevent paper jamming, three separation
claws are used to separate paper from the
drum forcibly. These separation claws are
pressed against the drum or detached from it
by turning ON/OFF the separation claw solenoid (SD4).
• To prevent a specific part of image copied
paper from being stained and to prevent the
drum from being scratched, the swing mecha2-E-1
*2
Conveyance assistance
The thick paper conveyance ability has been
improved by the use of ratchets.
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Charging corona unit
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[3] Separation Claw Control
[4] Paper Guide Plate Control
GP CONT
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
24VDC
SD4 DRIVE
GP
SD4
M2CONT
M2EM
PRCB
ADUSDB
PRCB
M2
MS2 MS1
24VDC
PGND
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
DCPS2
HV2
The separation claw is driven by SD4 (separation
claw). The vibration of the separation claw is put in by
M2 (drum). SD4 is controlled directly by PRCB (printer
control board).
1. Operation
a.
Separation claw ON/OFF control
SD4 is a pull-type solenoid powered by 24 VDC.
It turns ON to press separation claws against the
drum to help image copied paper separate.
(1) SD4 operation timing
SD4 turns ON after a lapse of specified time from
turning ON of PS45 (leading edge detection) in
the second paper feed section. It turns OFF after
a lapse of the time set by the PRCB timer.
b. Separation claw swing control
Separation claws are swung by M2 (drum) via
the cam mechanism.
To prevent toner from adhering to the paper guide
plate, a constant voltage is applied to the paper guide
plate. This voltage is supplied from HV2 (high voltage
unit 2) and is controlled by the serial data sent from the
PRCB (printer control board) via the ADUSDB (ADU
stand drive board). When the front door of this machine
opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2)
operates to interrupt the DC power supply to HV2,
stopping the voltage application to the paper guide
plate.
1. Operation
a.
b.
ON/OFF timing
Turning ON/OFF in sync with M2 (drum)
Applied voltage
-500 VDC
2. Signal
2. Signals
a. Output signal
(1) GP CONT (ADUSDB to HV2)
This signal controls turning ON/OFF the voltage
application to paper guide plate.
[L]: Voltage applied
[H]: Voltage not applied
a. Output signal
(1) SD4 DRIVE (PRCB to SD4)
SD4 drive control signal.
[L]: SD4 ON
[H]: SD4 OFF
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[5] Drum Potential Control
a. PRCB Input signals
(1) DPS ANG (DPSB to PRCB)
Analog signal corresponding to the drum charging potential.
b. DPSB Input signals
(1) DPS ANG 1 and 2 (DPS to DPSB)
Analog signal corresponding to the drum charging potential.
c. DPSB output signals
(1) DPS DRIVE A and B (DPSB to DPS)
DPS (drum potential) drive signal.
DPS
DPS ANG
SGND
PRCB
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
DPSB
The drum potential is detected by the DPS (drum
potential sensor) and send the PRCB (printer control
board) via the DPSB (drum potential sensor board).
1. Operation
Drum potential control is performed to keep the
drum surface potential constant and maintain
image quality regardless of the usage environment or the number of copies.
(1) Method
The image is created on the drum surface by the
difference in the exposure potential and developing bias. A patch is created with laser PWM maximum.
The developing bias is corrected so that the difference between the after exposure potential
(solid black area) and the developing bias is
always kept constant and the charging current
and the grid voltage are corrected so that the difference between the before exposure potential
and developing bias is always kept constant.
(2) Timing
a) When the fixing temperature is lower than
50°C at power ON.
b) At the end of job after every 5,000 copies.
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DPS DRIVE A
DPS DRIVE B
DPS ANG 1
DPS ANG 2
2. Signals
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CORONA UNIT SECTION
[1] Composition
<Charging corona unit>
Transfer entrance
guide plate
Charging corona wires
Guide rollers
Transfer
corona unit
PCL
Plunging prevention plate
Charging wire cleaning motor
(M23)
Charging wire cleaning material
Separation corona unit
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Charging wire cleaning material
Method
*1
Charging
Scorotron (DC negative corona
discharge).
Discharge wire: Tungsten, 0.06
mm dia. (gold-plated skin path:
with automatic wire cleaner).
Grid control: Gold-plated stainless plate.
*2
Transfer
DC positive corona discharge.
Discharge wire: Oxide film tungsten, 0.06 mm dia., with automatic wire cleaner.
Separation
*1
Charging wire
*2
AC/DC corona discharge.
Discharge wire: Oxide film tungsten, 0.06 mm dia., with automatic wire cleaner.
Cleaning the charging wire
The charging corona unit has wire cleaning
pads. The charging wire cleaning pad drive
motor moves the charging wire cleaning pad
back and forth, removing toner and dirt from the
wires.
Cleaning the transfer and separation wires
The transfer and separation corona unit has a
wire cleaner pads. The transfer and separation
wire cleaning pads drive motor moves the transfer and separation wire cleaning pads back and
forth, removing toner and dirt from the wires.
Transfer wire cleaning
Transfer wire
material
Separation wires
Separation wire cleaning material
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<Transfer and separation corona unit>
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[3] Charging Control
2. Signals
C CONT1
C CONT2
C SHIFT
SGND
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C SIG
CHARGING
G SHIFT
PRCB
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
MS2 MS1
HV1
Charging control is conducted by serial data transmitted from PRCB (printer control board) to HV1 (high
voltage unit 1). The applied voltage for the charging
wires are supplied by HV1.
1. Operation
a.
b.
Charging
A Scorotron charging method is used. 24 VDC
supplied from DCPS2 is raised to a negative DC
voltage which is then discharged after being
applied to the charging wire.
When the front door of this machine opens or
closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2)
operates to interrupt the DC power supply to
HV1, stopping the voltage supply to the charging
corona unit and charging grid.
Grid voltage
The grid voltage is output from HV1 to the charging plate.
2-F-2
a. Input signal
(1) C SIG (HV1 to PRCB)
Leak or short detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
b. Output signals
(1) C CONT1, 2 (PRCB to HV1)
Charging 1/2 output ON/OF control signal.
[L]: Charging voltage ON
[H]: Charging voltage OFF
(2) C SHIFT (PRCB to HV1)
Charging corona unit output level control signal.
The output to the charging corona unit is controlled according to the duty ratio of the pulse
(PWM) signal sent from the PRCB.
C SHIFT duty
20% to 80%
Charging output range -500µA to -1900µA
(3) G SHIFT (PRCB to HV1)
Charging grid output level control signal.
The output to the charging grid is controlled
according to the duty ratio of the pulse (PWM)
signal sent from the PRCB.
G SHIFT duty
20% to 80%
Grid voltage output range -400 V to -1000 V
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b. PRCB output signals
(1) T SHIFT (PRCB to HV2)
Transfer corona unit output level control signal.
This signal controls the level of the output to the
transfer corona unit according to the duty ratio of
the pulse (PWM) signal sent from the PRCB.
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
SEPARATION
MS2 MS1
24VDC
T CONT
S CONT
SEL
T SHIFT duty
T SIG
S SIG
SGND
PGND
(2) S SHIFT (DC) (PRCB to HV2)
Separation corona unit output level control signal.
This signal controls the level of the output (DC
bias component) to the separation corona unit
according to the duty ratio of the pulse (PWM)
signal sent from the PRCB.
ADUSDB
S SHIFT(DC)
S FB(AC)
S FB(DC)
S SHIFT(AC)
T SHIFT
PRCB
HV2
S SHIFT duty
The transfer and separation corona unit is controlled by
the PRCB (printer control board) and ADUSDB (ADU
stand drive board) via the HV2 (high voltage unit 2).
Between the PRCB and ADUSDB, signals are
exchanged using serial data. When the front door of
this machine opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2
(interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply
to HV2, stopping the voltage supply to the transfer and
separation corona unit.
b.
Transfer
Positive DC high voltage is used for toner transfer
to the drum surface.
Separation
AC high voltage is used for toner separation from
the drum surface.
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) S FB (AC) (HV2 to PRCB)
Toner separation (AC) current feedback signal.
This signal monitors the toner separation (AC)
current. It is a 0 to 5V analog signal corresponding to the output level.
(2) S FB (DC) (HV2 to PRCB)
Transfer and separation (DC) current feedback
signal.
This signal monitors the toner transfer and separation (DC) current. It is a 0 to 5V analog signal
corresponding to the output level.
2-F-3
20% to 80%
Separation DC output range 0µA to -300µA
(3) S SHIFT (AC) (PRCB to HV2)
Separation corona unit output level control signal.
This signal controls the level of the output (AC
component) to the separation corona unit
according to the duty ratio of the pulse (PWM)
signal sent from the PRCB.
S SHIFT duty
1. Operation
a.
20% to 80%
Transfer DC output range 70µA to -700µA
TRANSFER
20% to 80%
Separation AC output range 500µA to 1400µA
c. ADUSDB input signals
(1) T SIG (HV2 to ADUSDB)
Leak or short toner transfer abnormality detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
(2) S SIG (HV2 to ADUSDB)
Leak or short toner separation abnormality
detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
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d. ADUSDB output signals
(1) T CONT (ADUSDB to HV2)
Transfer corona unit output ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: Transfer corona unit ON
[H]: Transfer corona unit OFF
(2) S CONT (ADUSDB to HV2)
Separation corona unit output ON/OFF control
signal.
[L]: Separation corona unit ON
[H]: Separation corona unit OFF
(3) SEL (ADUSDB to HV2)
Feedback switchover signal.
This signal determines whether the feedback
signal of the transfer and separation (DC) current
is used for toner separation monitor or toner
transfer monitor.
[L]: Toner separation monitor
[H]: Toner transfer monitor
[5] M23 (Charger Cleaning) Control
PS41
5VDC
PS41
SGND
PS42
PS42
M23
M23
DRIVE1
M23
DRIVE2
PRCB
12VDC
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
M23 (charger cleaning) uses a DC motor with a 12V
drive, and is controlled directly by PRCB (printer control board). Related signals are PS41 (charger cleaning HP) and PS42 (charger cleaning limit).
1. Operation
a.
b.
c.
Purpose of driving
M23 is used to drive the charging wire cleaning
pad.
Operation timing
The charging corona wires are cleaned when the
main switch is turned ON, when the fixing temperature is lower than 50°C (122°F). They are
also cleaned when the specified copy count is
reached.
* Changeable with 25 mode DIPSW.
Cleaning operation
The home position of the charging wire cleaning
pad is on the rear side of machine. The charging
wire cleaning pad operates as follows:
Charging wire cleaning
pad HP
Charging wire cleaning
pad limit
PS41
PS42
Cleaning (forward)
Cleaning (return)
Home search (forward)
Home search (return)
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2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS41 (PS41 to PRCB)
Charging wire cleaning pad home position
detection signal.
This signal detects the reference position of the
charging wire cleaning pad home position.
[L]: HP detected
[H]: HP not detected
(2) PS42 (PS42 to PRCB)
Charging wire cleaning pad limit detection signal.
This signal detects the limit position of charging
wire cleaning pad.
[L]: Limit position detected
[H]: Limit position not detected
b. Output signals
(1) M23 DRIVE1, 2 (PRCB to M23)
M23 drive control signal.
The drive direction of M23 is controlled by switching the drive current directions of two signals.
Status
M23 DRIVE1 M23 DRIVE2
Forward stroke of
cleaning
H
L
Return stroke of
cleaning
L
H
Stop
L
L
[6] M18 (Transfer/Separation Cleaning)
Control
M18
DRIVE1
M18
M18
DRIVE2
PRCB
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
MS2
5VDC
PS11
SGND
PS11
PS12
PS12
MS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
ADUSDB
M18 (transfer/separation cleaning) is a 24 VDC motor
which is controlled by the PRCB (printer control board)
via the ADUSDB (ADU stand drive board). Between
the PRCB and ADUSDB, signals are exchanged using
serial data. Related signals are PS11 (transfer/separation wire cleaning pad HP) and PS12 (transfer/separation wire cleaning pad limit). When the front right or
left door of this machine opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC
power supply to PRCB, stopping the M18.
1. Operation
a.
b.
2-F-5
Purpose of driving
M8 is used to drive the transfer and separation
wire cleaning pads.
Operation timing
The transfer and separation wires are cleaned
when the main switch is turned ON, when the fixing temperature is lower than 50°C, or when the
specified copy count is reached.
* Changeable with 25 mode DIPSW.
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c.
Cleaning operation
The home position of the transfer and separation
wire cleaning pads is on the front side of
machine. The transfer and separation wire
cleaning pads operate as follows:
[7] PCL/TSL Control
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
Transfer/Separation wire
cleaning pad HP
Transfer/Separation wire
cleaning pad limit
PS11
PS12
24VDC
TSL CONT
Cleaning (forward)
TSL
Cleaning (return)
ADUSDB
Home search (forward)
24VDC
PCL CONT
PCL
Home search (return)
PRCB
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS11 (PS11 to PRCB)
Transfer and separation wire cleaning pads
home position detection signal.
This signal detects the reference position of the
transfer and separation wire cleaning pads home
position (front side).
[L]: HP detected
[H]: HP not detected
(2) PS12 (PS12 to PRCB)
Transfer and separation wire cleaning pads drive
limit detection signal.
This signal detects the rear limit position of the
transfer and separation wire cleaning pads.
[L]: Limit position detected
[H]: Limit position not detected
b. ADUSDB output signals
(1) M18 DRIVE1, 2 (ADUSDB to M18)
M18 drive control signal.
The drive direction of M18 is controlled by switching the drive current directions of two signals.
Status
LEDs are used for PCL (pre-charging exposure lamp)
and TSL (transfer synchronization lamp). PCL is
driven by PRCB (printer control board). TSL is driven
by ADUSDB (ADU stand drive board), and the control
is conducted by PRCB.
M18 DRIVE1 M18 DRIVE2
Forward stroke of
cleaning
H
L
Return stroke of
cleaning
L
H
Stop
L
L
2-F-6
1. Operation
PCL is turned ON/OFF in sync with M2 (drum).
TSL turns ON after a lapse of specified time from
turning ON of PS45 (leading edge detection) of
the second paper feed section. It turns OFF after
a lapse of specified time from detection of the
trailing edge of copy paper.
2. Signals
a. Output signals
(1) PCL CONT (PRCB to PCL)
PCL ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: PCL ON
[H]: PCL OFF
(2) TSL CONT (ADUSDB to TLS)
TSL ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: TSL ON
[H]: TSL OFF
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DEVELOPING UNIT
DEVELOPING UNIT
Developing unit cover
Developing regulation plate
Developing
sleeve
Developing sleeve
Splash prevention
sheet (upper)
Agitator
wheel
Agitator screws
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Developing
Method
2-component developer
Developing bias
DC bias
Developer
agitation
Main agitator
Auxiliary agitator
Drum
Developing regulation plate
1. The developing unit drive motor (M3)
drives the following parts via the gear
unit at the back:
• Developing sleeve
• Agitator wheel
• Agitator screws
Agitator wheel
Agitator screw
2. Flow of developer
The developer inside the developing unit is supplied to the developing sleeve by the agitator
wheel, and maintained at a constant thickness by
the developing regulation plate (bristle height
regulation plate). The developer remaining on
the developing sleeve is returned to the agitator
screws.
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[1] Composition
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[3] M3 (Developing Unit Drive) Control
MS2
[4] Developing Bias Control
MS1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
24VDC
PGND
24VDC
5VDC
SGND
B CONT
B SHIFT
B FB
DCPS2
BIAS
M3
M3 CONT
M3 CLK
M3 EM
PRCB
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
M3 (developing) is controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board) and the motor drive power is supplied by
DCPS2 (DC power supply unit 2). When the front left
or right door of this machine opens or closes, MS1
(interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt
the DC power supply to M3, stopping the voltage supply to the developing sleeve.
1. Operation
M3 which is the 24V driven DC motor drives the
developing sleeve and agitator. M3 equipped
with speed control circuit send the rotation error
signal to PRCB when PLL lock is released longer
than the specified time period. M3 starts after the
specified time interval from the start switch is
ON, and stops after the specified time interval
from the charging wire unit stops charging.
24VDC
MS2 MS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
HV1
The developing bias is controlled by PRCB (printer
control board) via the HV1 (high voltage unit 1). When
the front left or right door of this machine opens or
closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates
to interrupt the DC power supply to HV1, stopping the
voltage supply to the developing sleeve.
1. Operation
The developing bias voltage is applied to the
developing sleeve based on the M2 (drum) rotation state signal.
2. Signals
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) M3 EM (M3 to PRCB)
M3 fault detection signal.
[H]: Abnormal rotation (when PLL is unlocked for
more than 1.5 seconds)
[L]: Normal rotation
b. Output signals
(1) M3 CONT (PRCB to M3)
M3 drive control signal.
[L]: M3 ON
[H]: M3 OFF
a. Input signals
(1) B FB (HV1 to PRCB)
Developing bias voltage feedback signal.
This signal monitors the developing bias voltage.
It is an 0V to 5V analog signal corresponding to
the output level.
b. Output signals
(1) B CONT (PRCB to HV1)
Developing bias output ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: Developing bias ON
[H]: Developing bias OFF
(2) B SHIFT (PRCB to HV1)
Developing bias output level control signal.
The developing bias output level is controlled
according to the duty ratio of the pulse (PWM)
signal sent from the PRCB.
B SHIFT duty
20% to 80%
Developing bias output range -300 V to -800 V
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[5] Toner Density Control
a. Output signals
(1) M11 DRIVE A, A (PRCB to M11)
M11 A-phase drive signal.
(2) M11 DRIVE B, B (PRCB to M11)
M11 B-phase drive signal.
24VDC
24VDC
M11 DRIVE A
M11 DRIVE A
M11
M11 DRIVE B
M11 DRIVE B
PRCB
MS2
MS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
The toner density is controlled directly by PRCB
(printer control board) by controlling M11 (toner
supply 1). When the front right or left door of this
machine opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or
MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC
power supply to the motor, stopping the M11.
1. Operation
a.
b.
Toner density detection
Concerning the toner density, the reference
patch density is detected by a patch detection
method. This method outputs the corresponding
analog voltage signal to the PRCB.
The PRCB compares the detected voltage with
the reference value to determine whether toner
must be added.
Toner supply operation
Upon read of the patch, M11 is turned ON to supply toner. The time needed to add toner depends
on the paper size.
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2. Signals
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[6] Dmax Control
MS2
MS1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
24VDC
24VDC
PGND
M2
M2 CONT
M2 F/R
SGND
M2 EM
DCPS2
12VDC
5VDC
SGND
M3 CONT
M3 CLK
M3 EM
DCPS1
TH5
TH5 ANG1
DPS ANG
AGND
M3
DPS DRIVE A
DPS DRIVE B
DPS ANG 1
DPS ANG 2
DPS
DPSB
TH5 ANG2
5VDC
Dmax LED CONT
/Dmax LED Vref
JAM LED CONT
Dmax SIG
Dmax MONI
JAM SIG
PRCB
Dmax control is performed by the TCSB (toner
control sensor board), M2 (drum), M3 (developing), and so on. These parts are controlled by the
PRCB (printer control board). Related boards
and sensors are DPSB (drum potential sensor
board), DPS (drum potential sensor), and TH5
(drum temperature sensor).
When the front right or left door of this machine
opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply
to the motor, stopping the M2 and M3.
2-G-4
TCSB
1. Operation
The purpose of Dmax control is to adjust the
maximum density to the reference level for each
machine.
a. Dmax control
(1) Method
Latent images are created several times at the
maximum exposure level, images are developed
with the rotational speed of the developing
sleeve varied, then each density is read by the
Dmax sensor (PD1) on the TCSB.
The developing sleeve speed detected when the
density has reached the reference level is
recorded as the optimum sleeve speed and the
developing is performed at this optimum sleeve
rotation speed.
(2) Timing
a) When the fixing temperature is lower than
50°C at power ON.
b) At the end of job after every 20,000 copies.
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2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) Dmax SIG (TCSB to PRCB)
Output voltage of the Dmax value detection sensor (PD1) on the TCSB.
Reference voltage: 2.5V
(2) Dmax MONI (TCSB to PRCB)
This signal monitors the light reflected by the
drum surface (without toner).
The voltage applied to the Dmax detection LED
is corrected by γ/Dmax LED Vref so that the output voltage becomes 4V (calibration).
Reference voltage: 4V
<Timing>
a) Before D max correction.
(3) JAM SIG (ITCSB to PRCB)
This signal detects a jam caused by paper wrapping around the drum. A jam is detected when
the voltage becomes 4.0V or more.
[L]: LED ON
[H]: LED OFF
b. Output signals
(1) Dmax LED CONT (PRCB to TCSB)
This signal turns ON/OFF the D max LED.
(2) Dmax LED Vref (PRCB to TCSB)
Power supply line for PD1 LED on TSCB. The
voltage is adjusted so as the Dmax MONI signal
to be 4 V.
(3) JAM LED CONT (PRCB to TCSB)
This signal turns ON/OFF the JAM LED.
[L]: LED ON
[H]: LED OFF
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[7] Gradation Correction Control
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
24VDC
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
12VDC
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
MS2
MS1
M2
M2 CONT
M2 F/R
SGND
M2 EM
M3 CONT
M3 CLK
M3 EM
DPS ANG
AGND
M3
DPS DRIVE A
DPS DRIVE B
DPS ANG 1
DPS ANG 2
DPS
DPSB
5VDC
/Dmax LED Vref
LED CONT
SIG/MONI
PRCB
TCSB
Gradation correction control is performed by the TCSB
(toner control sensor board), M2 (drum), M3 (developing), and so on. These parts are controlled by the
PRCB (printer control board).
(2) Timing
a) When the fixing temperature is lower than
50°C at power ON.
b) At the end of job after every 20,000 copies.
1. Operation
2. Signals
The gradation characteristics of the toner density
versus exposure amount at the image forming
section (drum area) are detected to obtain a linear relation between the image density on a document and the copying image density (toner
density).
(1) Method
Exposure is performed with the laser PWM varied in several steps, and development is performed at the toner transfer sleeve speed
obtained by Dmax correction.
Next, each density is read by γ sensor (PD2) on
the TCSB to detect the gradation characteristics
of image density.
The gradation characteristics obtained here are
used as the values for correcting the laser exposure amount.
a. PRCB Input signals
(1) γ SIG/MONI (TCSB to PRCB)
Output voltage from the γ sensor (PD2) on the
TCSB. This signal monitors the light reflected by
the drum surface (without toner).
The voltage applied to the gradation detection
LED is corrected by γ/Dmax LED Vref so that the
output voltage becomes 4.5V (calibration).
Reference voltage: 4.5V
<Timing>
Before gradation correction.
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b. PRCB Output signals
(1) γ LED CONT, γ CONT (PRCB to TCSB)
ON/OFF control signal for gradation detection
LED.
[L]: LED ON
[H]: LED OFF
(2) γ Dmax LED Vref, Vref (PRCB to TCSB)
Power supply line to the γ LED on the TCSB.
The voltage applied to the γ LED is adjusted so
that the γ MONI signal becomes 4.5V.
[8] Dot Diameter Correction Control
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5VDC
/Dmax LED Vref
LED CONT
SIG/MONI
PRCB
TCSB
Dot diameter is detected by TCSB (toner control sensor board) and controlled by PRCB (printer control
board).
1. Operation
Dot diameter correction is performed to prevent
the fluctuation of 1 dot laser beam in diameter
due to a soil in the writing unit or a change of
developing ability.
(1) Method
Creates several same condensation dot pattern
patches changing the laser power and reads
them with γ sensor (PD2). Uses the laser power
where the γ sensor output reaches reference
voltage as MPC.
(2) Timing
a) At the end of job after every 20,000 copies.
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[9] FM2 (Developing Suction) Control
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
FM2 CONT
FM2 DRIVE
FM2 EM
FM2
PGND
FM2 FEM
PRCB
MS2
MS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
ACDB
FM2 (Developing suction) is controlled by the PRCB
(printer control board) via the ACDB (AC drive board).
When the front right or left door of this machine opens
or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply, stopping FM2.
1. Operation
a.
b.
ON timing
During idling: FM2 turns ON when M2 (drum)
turns ON.
During copying: FM2 turns ON when M1 (main)
turns ON.
OFF timing
During idling: FM2 turns OFF when M2 turns
OFF or in the specified interval after completion
of copying.
During copying: Always ON.
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) FM2 EM (FM2 to PRCB)
FM2 fault detection signal.
[L]: FM2 is normal.
[H]: FM2 is abnormal.
(2) FM2 FEM (ACDB to PRCB)
Signal detecting whether the 24V fuse for FM2 is
blown.
[L]: Blown fuse is not detected.
[H]: Blown fuse is detected.
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b. PRCB output signals
(1) FM2 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM2 control signal.
[L]: FM2 ON
[H]: FM2 OFF
c. ACDB output signal
(1) FM2 DRIVE (ACDB to FM2)
FM2 drive signal.
[L]: FM2 OFF
[H]: FM2 ON
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TONER SUPPLY UNIT
TONER SUPPLY UNIT
[1] Composition
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Toner cartridge
Toner supply
motor 1 (M11)
Push pressure lever
Shutter
Toner supply
motor 2 (M15)
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Toner supply
The agitator plates prevent the toner from clumping
and accumulating on TLD (remaining toner detection
sensor).
Method
Supply by screw
Toner level detection Piezoelectric method
130±30 g
*1
Toner agitation
Agitator plates
*2
Toner cartridge
Rotary cartridge
Capacity: 1320 g
Toner leakage
prevention
Toner supply shutter
Toner supply motor 1 (M11)
Toner supply motor 2 (M15)
Toner cartridge
*1
Toner agitation
Toner agitator plates are driven by the following
two motors through the gear unit:
a) Toner supply motor 1 (M11): Drives the toner
supply screw.
b) Toner supply motor 2 (M15): Drives the toner
cartridge.
The agitator plates rotate faster when toner supply
motor 1 (M11) runs than when toner supply motor 2
(M15) runs. When the two motors are running simultaneously, the one-way clutch installed on the agitator
shaft selects toner supply motor 2 (M15).
2-H-1
Agitator plate
Toner supply screw
One way clutch
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*2
Toner cartridge
When the toner cartridge rotates, toner is fed to
the outlet of the cartridge through the spiral
groove on the surface of the toner cartridge.
When the outlet of the cartridge faces downward,
toner flows out of the outlet into the agitation/supply section of the toner supply unit.
[3] Toner Level Detection Control
MS2
M15CONT
M15EM
M15CLK
5V
B
DCPS2
MS1
Outlet
C
24VDC
PGND
A
TLD CONT
TLD
SGND
90° rotation
M15
TLD
12VDC
SGND
PRCB
C
DCPS1
B
A
To agitation/conveyance
block of toner supply unit
Toner level detection is controlled by the TLD (toner
level detection) and the PRCB (printer control board).
When the front right or left door of this machine opens
or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the moter,
stopping M5 (toner supply 2).
1. Operation
a.
b.
c.
d.
2-H-2
Toner level detection
A piezoelectric device is used as the TLD.
When the level of toner in the cartridge becomes
low, the toner supply signal is output to the
PRCB. As a result, a message is displayed on
the LCD connected to the OB1 (operation board
1).
Detection timing
The detection timing is as follows:
• Power-on
• When the front door opens or closes
• During copying
Toner supply to toner supply unit
When the no toner state is detected by TLD, M15
(toner supply 2) is turned ON to supply toner from
the toner cartridge to the toner supply unit.
Detection of no toner state in toner cartridge
If the level of toner is not detected by TLD after
M15 has been held ON for a specified period of
time, the toner cartridge is assumed to be empty.
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[4] M11 (Toner Supply 1) Control
2. Signals
a. Input signal
(1) TLD (TLD to PRCB)
When the level of toner in the cartridge becomes
low, this signal goes low [L], displaying a message on the LCD connected to the OB1.
(2) M15 EM (M15 to PRCB)
M15 fault detection signal.
[L]: M15 normal
[H]: M15 Abnormal
b. Output signals
(1) TLD CONT, TSEN_CONT (PRCB to TLD)
TLD power control signal.
The TLD is powered only when it is detecting the
toner level.
(2) M15 CONT (PRCB to M15)
M15 control signal.
[L]: M15 ON
[H]: M15 OFF
(3) M15 CLK (PRCB to M15)
Clock signal for M15.
24VDC
24VDC
M11 DRIVE A
M11 DRIVE A
M11
M11 DRIVE B
M11 DRIVE B
PRCB
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
M11 (Toner Supply 1) is controlled directly by PRCB
(printer control board). The toner density is detected by
TCSB (toner control sensor board).
1. Operation
a.
b.
Detection of toner density
The Dmax sensor (PD1) mounted on the TCSB
detects the density of the toner control chart
developed on the drum surface to output the signal corresponding to the detected density to the
PRCB.
Toner supply
When the voltage detected by the TCSB is below
the specified value, the PRCB issues a control
signal to drive the M11. The relationship
between the paper size and toner supply time is
summarized in the following table:
Paper size
2-H-3
Supply time (sec.)
A3
1.14
B4
0.86
F4
0.86
A4
0.57
A4R
0.57
B5
0.43
B5R
0.43
A5
0.29
A6
0.22
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CLEANING/TONER RECYCLE UNIT
CLEANING/TONER RECYCLE UNIT
Blade drive motor (M14)
Blade 2
Blade 1
Toner guide shaft
Toner guide brush
Vibration sheet
Toner conveyance screw
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
*1
Drum cleaning
Method
Cleaning blades
(switched automatically)
Toner collection
Toner guide brush
*2
Toner recycle
Toner conveyance by screw
*1
Drum cleaning
Two cleaning blades are installed in the cleaning
section. When the blade motor (M14) rotates, the
blade release arm is pressed down. At the same
time, the cleaning blade drive shaft with two
cleaning blades 1 and 2 is turned by the wire
wound around the shaft, thereby switching
between blades 1 and 2 automatically, increasing the usable life of the blades.
Toner collection
Toner removed by the cleaning blade is collected
by the toner guide brush to be reused.
*2
Blade release arm
Blade 1
Blade 2
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[1] Composition
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[3] M14 (Blade) Control
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5VDC
PS30
SGND
Blade Position
Sensor Pressing CW/ Slight
CW/ Switching
CCW pressing CCW
PS30
PS31
PS31
M14 DRIVE 1
M14 DRIVE 2
M14
PS30
OFF
OFF
ON or
OFF*
ON
ON
PS31
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
*Note: CW/CCW indicate the M14 rotating direction for pressing, slight pressing, and
switching. The sensor logic for slight
pressing position is different between CW
and CCW rotation.
CCW: ON
CW: OFF
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
PRCB
DCPS2
a.
M14 (blade) is a 24V DC driven motor and drives the
cleaning blades. By M14, the cleaning blade contacts
on the drum surface slight pressing or pressing to
clean the drum surface. These two blades are automatically switched by M14. M14 is controlled directly
by PRCB (printer control board). Related signals are
PS30 (blade 1) and PS31 (blade 2).
b.
1. Operation
M14 turns ON/OFF in synchronized with ON/
OFF of M2 (drum).
The blade is controlled (pressing, slight pressing,
and switching) by PS30 and PS31 detecting the
blade position, and M14 rotating forward and
backward.
The following table shows the relationship
between PS30/PS31 and blade position.
c.
Blade auto switching control
This unit uses two blades with M14 rotating to
automatically replace blades. During automatic
blade replacement, M2 (drum), M3 (developing),
developing bias, guide plate voltage, and PCL
are turned ON, toner is adhered to the drum, and
then the blade cleans it to prevent blade peeling.
<Timing>
a) At the end of job after every 20,000 copies.
*Changeable with 25 mode DIPSW.
Blade setting mode
Blade setting mode is available in 36 mode as a
task after blade replacement during maintenance. Blade setting mode adheres toner on
drum as in blade auto replacement control and
then the blade cleans toner to prevent blade
peeling.
Black stripe creation control
In order to improve durability of the blade (stabilize load, prevent paper dust crushing), a black
stripe toner is adhered on drum once every five
copies and then cleaned.
*Changeable with 25 mode DIPSW.
2. Signals
a. Input signal
(1) PS30 (PS30 to PRCB)
Blade position detection signal 1.
(2) PS31 (PS31 to PRCB)
Blade position detection signal 2.
b. Output signal
(1) M14 DRIVE 1,2 (PRCB to M14)
M14 drive control signal.
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TRAY 1/2 PAPER FEED UNIT
TRAY 1/2 PAPER FEED UNIT
[1] Composition
Side guides
Feed roller
Double feed prevention roller
Trailing edge stopper
Drive pulley
Wire A
Wire B
Paper size detection VR1, 2
Up drive motor 1 (M19), 2 (M20)
Paper size detection PS1-1, 2-1 (PS32, PS33)
Paper size detection PS1-2, 2-2 (PS35, PS36)
Caution: Trays 1 and 2 have the same shape
and mechanisms.
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
*1
*2
Paper lift-up
Method
Up: Paper up/down plate driven by up/down wires
Down: Falls down by its own weight
Tray loading
Load from the front door side
Double feed prevention
Torque limiter
1st paper feed
Paper feed roller
Pick up solenoid 1 (SD8), 2 (SD9)
No paper detection
Photosensor + Actuator
*3
Paper size detection (Universal)
Width: VR
Length: Photosensor + Actuators (two)
*1
Paper lift-up
a) Hoisting of up/down plate
The up/down plate is lifted up by up/down wires. When the paper tray is loaded, the up drive motor 1 (M19),
2 (M20) rotates to wind the up/down wires around the drive pulleys and consequently the plate moves up
and push up papers set in the tray. When the tray upper limit PS1 (PS20), 2 (PS21) detects the actuator
of the plate that has moved up, the up drive motor 1 (M19), 2 (M20) stops.
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b) Lowering of up/down plate
When the paper feed tray is pulled out, the
guide lever shown below is disengaged from
the rail, thus releasing the coupling gear that
transmits the drive force of the up drive motor
1 (M19), 2 (M20) to the drive pulleys. Then,
the up/down plate falls down naturally by the
weight of papers.
Coupling gear
Up drive motor
1 (M19), 2 (M20)
Tray
insertion
direction
*3
Paper size detection
Length: The rear guide of the tray moves, causing the paper size detection actuator to
move as well. As a result, the two paper
size detection PS1-1, 2-1 (PS32, PS33),
1-2, 2-2 (PS35, PS36) turn ON and/or
OFF. Thus, the paper size is automatically determined according to the combination of the ON/OFF states of these
PSs.
Width: The side guide of the tray moves, causing the side guide (front) rack gear of the
paper size detection arm to turn the gear
of the paper size detection VR1, 2.
Thus, the paper size is automatically
determined according to the change in
the resistance value of the VR.
Paper size detection
PS1-1, 2-1
(PS32, PS33)
1-2, 2-2
(PS35, PS36)
Guide lever
*2
1st paper feed
To keep a constant contact pressure on the
paper by the paper feed roller at the time of paper
pick-up, the weight of the paper feed roller itself
is used. The pick up solenoid 1 (SD8), 2 (SD9)
moves the paper feed swivel plate down so that
the paper feed roller mounted on the plate falls
down to touch the paper as well. Then, the paper
feed roller picks up a paper and feeds it toward
the paper conveyance unit. The first paper feed
solenoid moves the paper feed swivel plate down
only when paper is to be fed. Otherwise, it
releases contact.
Actuator
Rack gear
Paper feed swivel plate
Feed roller
Pick up SD
1 (SD8), 2 (SD9)
Side guide (front)
Feed roller
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Paper size
VR gear
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[3] First Paper Feed Control
5VDC
SGND
M4 CONT
M4 EM
M4
DCPS1
DCPS2
M4 CLK
M4 F/R
PS47
5VDC
PS47 PS
SGND
PS48
PS48 PS
PS49
5VDC
PS49 PS
SGND
PS50
PS50 PS
24VDC
MC3 CONT
MC3
MC4 CONT
MC4
SD8 CONT
SD8
24VDC
MC5 CONT
MC5
MC6 CONT
MC6
SD9 CONT
SD9
PRCB
The 1st paper feed from tray 1 or 2 takes place as
the result of the transmission of the drive force
from M4 (paper feed) to each paper feed roller,
via MC3 (feed MC 1), MC5 (feed MC 2), and MC4
(pre-registration MC1), MC6 (pre-registration
MC 2). SD8 (pickup SD1) or SD9 (pickup SD 2)
causes the roller to pick up paper.
The above operations are controlled by the
PRCB (printer control board). Related signals
include: PS47 (paper feed 1), PS49 (paper feed
2), PS48 (paper pre-registration 1), and PS50
(paper pre-registration 2).
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1. Operation
a. First paper feed timing (feed MC drive)
(1) When printing of the first copy starts:
Timing that is determined by the P counter from
when copying starts
(2) When printing of the second copy starts:
When PS47 or PS49 of the first sheet of copy is
OFF.
(3) OFF timing
After a specified count from turns ON of PS48,
and PS50.
*Changeable in 36 mode
b. Feed timing (pre-registration drive)
(1) ON timing
First sheet:
When a preset time interval has
passed after turning ON of MC3
or MC5.
Second sheet: When a preset time interval has
passed after turning ON of MC1
(registration).
(2) OFF timing
When PS47 or PS49 is turned OFF.
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24VDC
PGND
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2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS47 (PS47 to PRCB)
Paper passage detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Paper passed.
[H]: Paper not passed.
(2) PS49 (PS49 to PRCB)
Paper passage detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Paper passed.
[H]: Paper not passed.
(3) PS48 (PS48 to PRCB)
First paper feed paper detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Paper passed.
[H]: Paper not passed.
(4) PS50 (PS50 to PRCB)
First paper feed paper detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Paper passed.
[H]: Paper not passed.
(5) PS18 (PS18 to PRCB)
Paper passage detection signal at the exit of tray
1 (for jam detection).
[L]: Paper exists.
[H]: Paper does not exist.
(6) PS53 (PS53 to PRCB)
Paper passage detection signal at the exit of tray
2 (for jam detection).
[L]: Paper exists.
[H]: Paper does not exist.
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b. PRCB output signals
(1) MC3 CONT (PRCB to MC3)
MC3 drive control signal (tray 1).
[L]: MC3 ON
[H]: MC3 OFF
(2) MC5 CONT (PRCB to MC5)
MC5 drive control signal (tray 2).
[L]: MC5 ON
[H]: MC5 OFF
(3) MC4 CONT (PRCB to MC4)
MC4 drive control signal (tray 1).
[L]: MC4 ON
[H]: MC4 OFF
(4) MC6 CONT (PRCB to MC6)
MC6 drive control signal (tray 2).
[L]: MC6 ON
[H]: MC6 OFF
(5) SD8 CONT (PRCB to SD8)
SD8 drive control signal (tray 1).
[L]: SD8 ON
[H]: SD8 OFF
(6) SD9 CONT (PRCB to SD9)
SD9 drive control signal (tray 2).
[L]: SD9 ON
[H]: SD9 OFF
(7) M4 CLK (PRCB to M4)
Clock signal for M4.
(8) M4 F/R (PRCB to M4)
Rotation direction control signal for M4.
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[4] Paper Up Drive Control
5VDC
PS14
SGND
PS20
PS20
PS34
PS34
PS15
5VDC
PS15
SGND
PS21
PS21
PS37
PS37
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
24VDC
M19 CONT
24VDC
SD5 CONT
24VDC
M20 CONT
24VDC
SD6 CONT
M19
SD5
M20
SD6
PRCB
Papers stacked in the tray are pushed up by transmitting the drive force of M19 (up drive 1) or M20 (up drive
2) to the paper up/down plate in the tray via up/down
wires. M19 and M20 are controlled directly by PRCB
(printer control board). Related signals are PS20
(upper limit detection 1), PS21 (upper limit detection
2), PS34 (remaining paper detection 1) and PS37
(remaining paper detection 2). To prevent pull-out of
tray during copying operation that cause paper jamming, a tray lock mechanism is implemented by PS14
(handle release 1), PS15 (handle release 2), SD5 (lock
SD1), and SD6 (lock SD2).
1. Operation
a.
Paper up drive control
When tray 1 or 2 is loaded, M19 or M20 goes ON
for a fixed time, raising the paper up/down plate
in the tray. When PS20 or PS21 detects the
upper limit of paper as the paper up/down plate
in the tray goes up, it goes ON and consequently
M19 or M20 goes OFF, stopping raising the
paper up/down plate. When PS20 or PS21 goes
OFF after a paper is fed, M19 or M20 goes ON
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again, moving the paper up/down plate upward.
The up/down plate in the tray is lowered mechanically by its own weight.
b. Paper up drive timing
(1) ON timing
M19 or M20 is turned ON when loading of a tray
is detected (by shorting wires at both ends of the
drawer connector) or when PS26 or PS27 is
turned ON.
(2) OFF timing
M19 or M20 is turned OFF when PS20 or PS21
is turned ON.
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c.
d.
Remaining Paper Detection Control
The level of paper remaining in each tray is
detected according to the time that M19 or M20
requires to lift up the paper up/down plate when
the tray is set. This lift-up time (operation time of
M19 or M20) is recorded in the PRCB. Subsequently, remaining paper is detected by the
paper feed counter. The detected remaining
paper level is displayed on the operation panel in
5 steps. PS34 and PS37 are used to detect the
remaining paper level when it lowers below about
10%.
Tray lock control
When the tray handle is gripped, PS14 or PS15
is turned ON. This signal then causes SD5 or
SD6 to go ON, releasing the lock.
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS14 (PS14 to PRCB)
Tray drawer handle detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
(2) PS15 (PS15 to PRCB)
Tray drawer handle detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
(3) PS20 (PS20 to PRCB)
Paper upper limit detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Not detected
[H]: Detected
(4) PS21 (PS21 to PRCB)
Paper upper limit detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Not detected
[H]: Detected
(5) PS34 (PS34 to PRCB)
Remaining paper detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
(6) PS37 (PS37 to PRCB)
Remaining paper detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
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b. PRCB output signals
(1) M19 CONT (PRCB to M19)
M19 ON/OFF control signal (tray 1).
[L]: M19 ON
[H]: M19 OFF
(2) M20 CONT (PRCB to M20)
M20 ON/OFF control signal (tray 2).
[L]: M20 ON
[H]: M20 OFF
(3) SD5 CONT (PRCB to SD5)
SD5 drive control signal (tray 1).
[L]: SD5 ON
[H]: SD5 OFF
(4) SD6 CONT (PRCB to SD6)
SD6 drive control signal (tray 2).
[L]: SD6 ON
[H]: SD6 OFF
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[5] Paper Size Detection Control
5VDC
PS32
SGND
PS32
PS33
PS33
VR1
VR1
5VDC
PS35
SGND
PS35
PS36
PS36
VR2
VR2
a. Input signals
(1) PS32 (PS32 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal (tray
1).
(2) PS33 (PS33 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal (tray
1).
(3) PS35 (PS35 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal (tray
2).
(4) PS36 (PS36 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal (tray
2).
(5) VR1 (VR1 to PRCB)
Paper width detection signal (tray 1).
(6) VR2 (VR2 to PRCB)
Paper width detection signal (tray 2).
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
The paper size in tray 1/2 is detected using PS32
(paper size 1-1), PS33 (paper size 2-1), PS35 (paper
size 1-2), PS36 (paper size 2-2), paper size detection
VR1, and paper size detection VR2. Based on the
detection signals, the PRCB (printer control board)
judges the paper size.
1. Operation
The length of paper is detected using PS32,
PS33, PS35, and PS36. Variable resistors (VR1
and VR2) are installed at the bottom of the tray to
detect the width of paper.
The relationships between the switches and
paper sizes (lengths) are as follows:
Paper size
Switch
PS32 or PS35
PS33 or PS36
8.5 x 11 A4R to
or less
B5R
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
F4
8.5 x 14
or larger
ON
ON
ON
OFF
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[6] No Paper Detection Control
5VDC
PS26
SGND
PS26
5VDC
PS27
SGND
PS27
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
No paper in the tray is detected by PS26 (no paper 1)
and PS27 (no paper 2) which are controlled by the
PRCB (printer control board).
1. Operation
When the tray becomes empty, PS26 or PS27 is
turned ON, displaying a message on LCD via the
OB1 (operation board 1).
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS26 (PS26 to PRCB)
No paper detection signal (tray 1).
[L]: Paper does not exist in tray
[H]: Paper exists in tray
(2) PS27 (PS27 to PRCB)
No paper detection signal (tray 2).
[L]: Paper does not exist in tray
[H]: Paper exists in tray
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TRAY 3 PAPER FEED UNIT
[1] Composition
Paper feed roller
Double feed prevention roller
Trailing edge stopper
Drive pulley
Front cover
Paper size detection
PS1-3 (PS38), 2-3 (PS39)
Wire A
Wire B
Paper size
detection VR3
Up drive motor 3 (M21)
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
*1
*2
Paper lift-up
Method
Up: Paper up/down plate driven by up/down wires
Down: Falls down by its own weight
Tray loading
Front loading
Double feed prevention
Torque limiter
1st paper feed
Paper feed roller
Pick up solenoid 3 (SD10)
No paper detection
Photosensor + Actuator
*3
Paper size detection
(Universal)
Width: VR
Length: Photosensor + Actuators (two)
*1
Paper lift-up
a) Hoisting of up/down plate
The up/down plate is lifted up by up/down wires. When the paper tray is loaded, the up drive motor 3 (M21)
rotates to wind the up/down wires around the drive pulleys and consequently the plate moves up. When
the tray upper limit PS3 (PS22) detects the actuator of the plate that has moved up, the up drive motor
3 (M21) stops.
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Side guide
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b) Lowering of up/down plate
When the paper feed tray is pulled out, the
guide lever shown below is disengaged from
the rail, thus releasing the coupling gear that
transmits the drive force of the up drive motor
3 (M21) to the drive pulleys. Then, the up/
down plate falls down mechanically by the
weight of papers.
Coupling gear
Up drive motor 3
(M21)
Tray
insertion
direction
*1
Paper size detection
Length: The rear guide of the tray moves, causing the paper size detection actuator to move as
well. As a result, the two paper size detection
PS1-3 (PS38), 2-3 (PS39) turn ON and/or OFF.
Thus, the paper size is automatically determined
according to the combination of the ON/OFF
states of these PSs.
Width: The side guide of the tray moves, causing
the side guide (front) rack gear to turn the gear of
the paper size detection VR3. Thus, the paper
size is automatically determined according to the
change in the resistance value of the VR.
Paper size detection
PS1-3 (PS38),
2-3 (PS39)
Guide lever
*2
1st paper feed
To keep constant contact pressure on the paper
by the paper feed roller at the time of paper pickup, the weight of the paper feed roller itself is
used. The pick up solenoid 3 (SD10) moves the
paper feed swivel plate down so that the paper
feed roller mounted on the plate falls down to
touch the paper as well. Then, the paper feed
roller picks up a paper and feeds it toward the
paper conveyance unit. The first paper feed solenoid moves the paper feed swivel plate down
only when paper is to be fed. Otherwise, it
releases contact.
Actuator
Rack gear
Paper feed swivel plate
Paper feed roller
Side guide (front)
Pick up solenoid
3 (SD10)
Feed roller
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Paper size
VR gear
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[3] First Paper Feed Control
PGND
M4 CONT
M4 EM
M4
M4 CLK
M4 F/R
24VDC
DCPS2
PGND
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
PS51
PS52
5VDC
PS51
SGND
24VDC
MC7 CONT
PS52
MC8 CONT
MC10 CONT
MC7
MC8
MC10
PRCB
The 1st paper feed from tray 3 takes place as the result
of the transmission of the drive force from M4 (paper
feed) to each paper feed roller, via MC7 (feed MC3)
and MC8 (pre-registration MC3). SD10 (pick up SD3)
causes the roller to pick up paper. The above operations are controlled by the PRCB (printer control
board). Related signals are PS51 (paper feed 3), and
PS52 (paper pre-registration 3).
1. Operation
a. First paper feed timing (feed MC drive)
(1) When printing of the first copy starts
Timing that is determined by the P counter from
when copying starts.
(2) When printing of the second copy starts
When PS51 turns OFF after the first paper feed
detection.
(3) OFF timing
After a specified count from turning ON of PS50.
*Changeable in 36 mode.
b. Feed timing (pre-registration clutch drive)
(1) ON timing
First sheet:
When a preset time interval has
passed after turning ON of MC7.
Second sheet: When a preset time interval has
passed after turning ON of MC1
(registration).
(2) OFF timing
When PS19 is turned OFF.
2-K-3
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS51 (PS51 to PRCB)
Paper passage detection signal.
[L]: Paper passed
[H]: Paper not passed
(2) PS52 (PS52 to PRCB)
First paper feed paper detection signal.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
b. PRCB output signals
(1) MC7 CONT (PRCB to MC7)
MC7 drive control signal.
[L]: MC7 ON
[H]: MC7 OFF
(2) MC8 CONT (PRCB to MC8)
MC8 drive control signal.
[L]: MC8 ON
[H]: MC8 OFF
(3) SD10 CONT (PRCB to SD10)
SD10 drive control signal.
[L]: SD10 ON
[H]: SD10 OFF
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24VDC
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[4] Paper Up Drive Control
c.
5VDC
SGND
PS16
5VDC
PS16
SGND
PS22
PS22
24VDC
PGND
24VDC
PGND
PS40
PS40
DCPS2
M21
24VDC
M21 CONT
SD7
24VDC
SD7 CONT
DCPS1
d.
PRCB
Papers stacked in the tray are pushed up by transmitting the drive force of M21 (up drive 3) to the paper up/
down plate in the tray via up/down wires. MC21 is controlled directly by PRCB (printer control board). The
related signals are PS22 (tray upper limit 3) and PS40
(remaining paper detection 3). To prevent pull-out of
tray during copying operation that cause paper jamming, a tray lock mechanism is implemented by PS16
(handle release 3) and SD7 (lock SD3).
1. Operation
a.
Paper up drive control
When tray 3 is loaded, M21 goes ON for a fixed
time, raising the paper up/down plate in the tray.
When PS22 detects the upper limit of paper as
the paper up/down plate in the tray goes up, it
goes ON and consequently M21 goes OFF, stopping raising the paper up/down plate. When
PS22 goes OFF after a paper is fed, M21 goes
ON again, moving the paper up/down plate
upward. The paper up/down plate in the tray is
lowered mechanically by its own weight.
b. Paper up drive timing
(1) ON timing
M21 is turned ON when loading of a tray is
detected (by shorting wires at both ends of the
drawer connector) or when no paper is detected.
(2) OFF timing
M21 is turned OFF when PS22 is turned ON.
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Remaining Paper Detection
The level of paper remaining in each tray is
detected according to the time that M21 requires
to lift up the paper up/down plate when the tray is
set. This lift-up time (operation time of M21) is
recorded in the PRCB. Subsequently, remaining
paper is detected by the paper feed counter. The
detected remaining paper level is displayed on
the operation panel in 5 steps. PS40 is used to
detect the remaining paper level when it drops
below about 10%.
Tray lock control
When the tray handle is gripped, PS16 is turned
ON. This signal then causes SD7 to go ON,
releasing the lock.
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS16 (PS16 to PRCB)
Tray drawer handle detection signal.
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
(2) PS22 (PS22 to PRCB)
Paper upper limit detection signal.
[L]: Not detected
[H]: Detected
(3) PS40 (PS40 to PRCB)
Remaining paper detection signal.
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
b. PRCB output signals
(1) M21 CONT (PRCB to M21)
M21 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: M21 ON
[H]: M21 OFF
(2) SD7 CONT (PRCB to SD7)
SD7 drive control signal.
[L]: SD7 ON
[H]: SD7 OFF
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TRAY 3 PAPER FEED UNIT
[6] No Paper Detection Control
5VDC
PS38
SGND
PS38
PS39
PS39
VR3
VR3
5VDC
PS28
SGND
PS28
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
No paper in the tray is detected by PS28 (no paper 3)
which is controlled by the PRCB (printer control board).
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
DCPS1
1. Operation
The paper size in tray 3 is detected using PS38 (paper
size 1-3), PS39 (paper size 2-3) and paper size detection VR3. Based on the detection signals, the PRCB
(printer control board) judges the paper size.
When the tray becomes empty, PS28 is turned
ON, displaying a message on the LCD via the
OB1 (operation board 1).
2. Signal
1. Operation
The length of paper is detected using PS38 and
PS39. A variable resistor (VR3) is installed at the
bottom of the tray to detect the width of paper.
The relationships between the switches and
paper sizes (lengths) are as follows:
Paper size
Switch
8.5 x 11 A4R to
or less
B5R
F4
8.5 x 14
or larger
PS38
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
PS39
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS38 (PS38 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal.
(2) PS39 (PS39 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal.
(3) VR3 (VR3 to PRCB)
Paper width detection signal.
2-K-5
a. Input signals
(1) PS28 (PS 28 to PRCB)
No paper detection signal.
[L]: Paper does not exist in tray
[H]: Paper exists in tray
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BY-PASS TRAY
BY-PASS TRAY
[1] Composition
By-pass feed roller
Paper feed
swivel plate
By-pass feed tray
By-pass double feed prevention roller
By-pass feed roller
*2
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
*1 First paper feed
*2
Paper lift-up
Method
Swivel roller
Pick up solenoid
(SD11)
Paper up/down plate
Paper lift-up
When paper is set in the bypass tray, the up/
down motor (by-pass) (M22) drives the paper up/
down plate via gears. Paper is automatically
pushed up to the paper feed position.
Paper up/down plate
Up/down motor
(by-pass) (M22)
Up/down motor
(M22) (by-pass tray)
Double feed prevention Torque limiter
No paper detection
Photosensor
*3
Paper size detection
Paper size detection
PS (PS55/PS56)
*1
By-pass paper feed roller
To keep constant contact pressure on the paper
by the paper feed roller at the time of paper pickup, the weight of the paper feed roller itself is
used. The pick up solenoid (SD11) moves the
paper feed swivel plate down (when the roller is
rotating) so that the paper feed roller mounted on
the plate falls down to touch the paper as well.
Then, the paper feed roller picks up a paper and
feeds it toward the paper conveyance section.
The first paper feed solenoid moves the paper
feed swivel plate down only when paper is to be
fed. Otherwise, it releases contact.
2-L-1
*3
Paper size detection
The paper size is automatically detected by the
following three sensors:
• Lateral: Paper size detection VR (VR4)
• Longitudinal: Paper size PS 1/2 (PS55/PS56)
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Pick up solenoid (SD11)
By-pass paper feed roller
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[3] First Paper Feed Control
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Paper size PS1 (PS55)
24VDC
SD11 CONT
24VDC
24VDC
SD11
M6 DRIVE A
M6 DRIVE A
M6
M6 DRIVE B
M6 DRIVE B
24VDC 24VDC
PGND PGND
By-pass
tray
Paper size
detection
VR (VR4)
PRCB
Paper size
PS2 (PS56)
DCPS2
The 1st paper feed from the by-pass tray takes place as
the result of the transmission of the drive force from M6
(loop roller) to the paper feed roller. SD11 (pick up (bypass tray)) moves up and releases the paper feed roller
contacting to the paper after the roller picked up and
fed the first paper to the feed roller side to facilitate
paper feeding.
The above operations are controlled by the PRCB
(printer control board).
1. Operation
a.
First paper feed operation timing
Controlled at M6 ON/OFF timings and by M6
rotation direction.
2. Signals
a. Output signals
(1) SD11 (PRCB to SD11)
SD11 drive control signal (bypass tray).
[L]: SD11 ON
[H]: SD11 OFF
(2) M6 DRIVE A, A (PRCB to M6)
M6 A-phase drive control pulse signal.
(3) M6 DRIVE B, B (PRCB to M6)
M6 B-phase drive control pulse signal.
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[4] Paper Up/down Control
PS43
M22
5VDC
PS23
SGND
PS43
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
M22 DRIVE 1
M22 DRIVE 2
PRCB
By-pass tray paper is moved up and down by transmitting the drive force of M22 (up/down (by-pass)). M22 is
controlled directly by PRCB (printer control board).
Related signals are PS23 (tray upper limit (by-pass
tray)) and PS43 (tray lower limit (by-pass tray)).
1. Operation
a.
b.
(1)
(2)
c.
(1)
(2)
Paper up/down control
M22 is turned ON a fixed time to push up paper.
When PS23 detects the upper limit of paper and
is turned ON, M22 is turned OFF to stop pushing
up paper. When paper is fed and PS23 is turned
OFF, M22 turns ON once more to maintain the
upper limit position of the paper.
Paper up timing
ON timing
At start of copying
OFF timing
M22 is turned OFF when PS23 is turned ON.
Paper down timing
ON timing
Turns ON when there is no paper or when paper
jaming takes place.
OFF timing
M22 is turned OFF when PS43 is turned ON.
2-L-3
a. Input signals
(1) PS23 (PS23 to PRCB)
Paper upper limit position detection signal (bypass tray).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
(2) PS43 (PS43 to PRCB)
Paper lower limit position detection signal (bypass tray).
[L]: Detected
[H]: Not detected
b. Output signal
(1) M22 DRIVE 1, 2 (PRCB to M22)
M22 drive control signal.
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PS23
2. Signals
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[5] Paper Size Detection Control
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5VDC
PS55
SGND
[6] No Paper Detection Control
PS55
5VDC
PS29
SGND
PS56
PS56
VR4
VR4
PS29
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
5VDC
SGND
PRCB
DCPS1
The size of paper in the by-pass tray is detected by
PS55 (paper size 1 (by-pass tray)), PS56 (paper size
2 (by-pass tray)), and VR4 (paper size detection (bypass tray)). Based on the detection signals, the PRCB
(printer control board) judges the paper size.
No paper in the tray is detected by PS29 (no paper (bypass tray)) which is controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board).
1. Operation
The length of paper is detected using PS55 and
PS56. The by-pass tray is provided with a variable resistor (VR4) interlocked with the guide
position to judge the width of paper according to
the change in the resistance value.
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS55 (PS55 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal.
(2) PS56 (PS56 to PRCB)
Paper size detection switch ON/OFF signal.
(3) VR4 (VR4 to PRCB)
Paper width detection signal.
2-L-4
1. Operation
When the tray becomes empty, PS29 is turned
ON, displaying a message on the LCD via the
OB1 (operation board 1).
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS29 (PS29 to PRCB)
No tray paper detection signal.
[L]: Paper does not exist in tray
[H]: Paper exists in tray
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VERTICAL PAPER CONVEYANCE SECTION
VERTICAL PAPER CONVEYANCE SECTION
Loop PS
(PS54)
Vertical
conveyance
roller (upper)
Vertical
conveyance
roller (middle)
Vertical conveyance MC1
(MC9)
Vertical
conveyance
roller (lower)
Vertical conveyance MC2
(MC10)
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
Method
Paper conveyance
Rollers
Conveyance drive
Vertical conveyance roller (upper): Loop roller motor (M6)
Vertical conveyance roller (middle): Paper feed motor (M4)
Vertical conveyance roller (lower): Paper feed motor (M4)
2-M-1
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[3] Vertical Paper Conveyance Control
M4 CONT
M4 EM
M4
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earlier than the second paper feed operation
starts. Accordingly, the paper condition in the
second paper feed section is detected by PS53
to turn OFF MC9 and MC10, stopping the conveyance temporarily.
M4 CLK
M4 FR
PS54
5VDC
PS54
SGND
PS18
PS18
PS53
PS53
PS19
PS19
24VDC 24VDC
PGND PGND
DCPS2
2. Signals
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
PS17
MC9
MC10
M6
PS17
24VDC
MC9 CONT
MC10 CONT
24VDC
24VDC
M6 DRIVE A
M6 DRIVE A
M6 DRIVE B
M6 DRIVE B
PRCB
In the vertical paper conveyance section, paper is fed
vertically by transmitting the drive force of M4 (paper
feed) to the vertical conveyance middle and lower rollers via MC9 (vertical conveyance MC1) and MC10
(vertical conveyance MC2). The upper roller is driven
by M6 (loop roller). Each of these is controlled directly
by PRCB (printer control board). Related signals are
PS18 (vertical conveyance 1), PS53 (vertical conveyance 2), PS19 (vertical conveyance 3), PS54 (loop),
and PS17 (open/close detection).
When the front right or left door of this machine opens
or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the motor,
stopping M6.
1. Operation
Paper supplied from one of trays 1-3 is then fed
to the second paper feed unit by the M4 and M6’s
drive force transmitted via MC9 and MC10. Since
the linear velocity of the vertical conveyance middle and lower rollers driven by M4 is kept constant at high speed rotation, the vertical
conveyance middle and lower rollers are stopped
by turning off MC9 and MC10 while paper is fed
by the registration roller at low speed. At this
point the upper roller operates at low speed. In
trays 2 and 3, the first paper feed operation starts
2-M-2
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS17 (PS17 to PRCB)
Vertical conveyance section opening/closing
detection signal.
[L]: Open
[H]: Closed
(2) PS18 (PS18 to PRCB)
Tray 1 exit paper passage detection signal (for
jam detection).
[L]: Paper is detected
[H]: Paper is not detected
(3) PS19 (PS19 to PRCB)
Tray 3 exit paper passage detection signal (for
jam detection).
[L]: Paper is detected
[H]: Paper is not detected
(4) PS53 (PS53 to PRCB)
Tray 2 exit paper passage detection signal (for
timing detection).
[L]: Paper is detected
[H]: Paper is not detected
(5) PS54 (PS54 to PRCB)
M6 control timing detection signal.
[L]: Paper is detected
[H]: Paper is not detected
(6) M4 EM (M4 to PRCB)
M4 fault detection signal.
[L]: Abnormal
[H]: Normal
b. PRCB output signals
(1) M4 CONT (PRCB to M4)
M4 drive control signal.
[L]: M4 ON
[H]: 4 OFF
(2) MC9 CONT (PRCB to MC9)
MC9 drive control signal.
[L]: MC9 ON
[H]: MC9 OFF
(3) MC10 CONT (PRCB to MC10)
MC10 drive control signal.
[L]: MC10 ON
[H]: MC10 OFF
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ADU
ADU
[1] Composition
Paper gate
Pre-transfer
section roller
Conveyance belts
Registration roller
Loop roller
Paper exit
roller
Paper reverse/
exit roller 1
ADU reverse
roller
Paper reverse/
Paper reverse/ exit roller 3
exit roller 2
Pre-registration
loop roller
ADU horizontal
conveyance roller 2
ADU horizontal
conveyance roller 1
Pre-registration
roller
ADU exit roller
Paper dust cleaning brush
Paper dust cleaning unit draw and
lower
MC1 (Registration MC)
SD2 (Paper
reverse gate SD)
M2 (ADU pre-registration MC)
M8 (ADU conveyance motor)
SD1 (ADU lock SD)
FM10 (ADU cooling fan 1)
Jam indicator
M7 (ADU
reverse motor)
2-N-1
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Thick paper conveyance roller
Paper reverse/exit entrance
roller
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[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Second paper feed paper loop
Method
Loop roller
*1 Second paper feed mis-centering correction
Write information is corrected according to the information detected by PS1 (paper mis-centering PS)
*2 Second paper feed auxiliary mechanism
Pre-transfer section roller
Second paper feed paper conveyance drive
*3 Second paper feed jam removal mechanism
Conveyance section paper conveyance
Registration motor (M12) drive
Jam removal by opening the paper registration and loop
section
Jam removal by opening the pre-transfer section
Registration roller rotation knob
Conveyance belts (5)
*4 Conveyance section thick paper conveyance auxil- Thick paper conveyance roller
iary mechanism
*5 Conveyance section paper suction mechanism
Developing suction fan (FM2) + Suction duct
*6 Conveyance section jam removal mechanism
Conveyance unit opening/closing
*7 Paper reverse/exit section paper path selection
Paper gate
Paper reverse gate solenoid (SD2) drive
Paper reverse/exit section paper conveyance
Paper reverse/exit section entrance roller (1)
Paper reverse/exit rollers (3)
Paper reverse/exit section paper conveyance drive Paper reverse/exit motor (M5) drive
*8 Paper reverse/exit section jam removal mechanism Jam removal by opening the paper reverse/exit section
jam access guide plate
Jam removal by opening the paper reverse/exit section
Paper reverse/exit roller rotation knob
*9 ADU paper feed
Nonstack paper feed
ADU reversed paper conveyance path selection
Automatically guided according to paper guide shape
ADU paper conveyance
ADU reversal roller (1)
ADU horizontal transport rollers (2)
*10 ADU pre-registration mechanism
Pre-registration roller
Pre-registration loop roller
ADU paper ejection
ADU exit roller
ADU paper conveyance drive
Loop roller motor (M6), ADU reverse motor (M7), ADU
conveyance motor (M8), Transfer motor (M9), Registration motor (M12)
*11 ADU carriage jam removal mechanism
Jam removal by opening the open/close guide A
Jam removal by opening the open/close guide B
*12 ADU carriage jam indication
Jam indication board
2-N-2
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*1
*2
Second paper feed paper mis-centering correction
PS1 (paper mis-centering) is mounted at the exit
of the registration roller to detect mis-centering
or inclination of paper fed from the second paper
feed unit. The image processor uses the miscentering information detected by PS1 to correct
the image write position, thus shifting or rotating
the image write position on the mis-centered or
inclined copy paper in order to match the document (scanned image) position with the copy
paper position.
*3
Registration loop jam handler
Second paper feed auxiliary mechanism
The distance between the registration roller and
the transfer and separation corona unit of this
machine is made long to ensure image position
correction operation. To assist paper conveyance between the registration roller and the
image transfer and separation corona unit, a pretransfer roller is provided just before the transfer
and separation corona unit.
Pre-transfer section jam handler
Registration roller rotation knob
*4
Pre-transfer
section roller
Transfer/separation
corona unit
Registration roller
Second paper feed unit jam removal mechanism
The registration roller is sandwiched between
the registration loop jam removal section and the
pre-transfer jam removal section. Jammed paper
can be removed by opening the jam removal section and turning the registration roller rotation
knob.
Paper conveyance unit thick paper conveyance
auxiliary mechanism
To facilitate feeding the thick paper fed from the
transfer and separation corona unit, thick paper
conveyance rollers are provided. The installation
positions of thick paper conveyance rollers are
fixed and they are also used to assist conveyance of paper other than thick paper.
Conveyance belt
Thick paper conveyance roller
2-N-3
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*5
Paper conveyance unit paper suction mechanism
A paper suction duct is provided in the middle of
the paper conveyance and leads to the developing suction fan (FM2) installed at the back of the
main unit. To improve the paper transportability
in the paper conveyance unit, the paper suction
fan and duct are used to suck the paper passing
through the paper conveyance unit.
Suction hole
Conveyance unit
*6
Duct
Paper conveyance unit jam removal mechanism
When a paper jam occurs in the paper reversal
section in the ADU, the jammed paper can be
removed by opening the paper conveyance unit.
ADU paper
reversal section
Paper conveyance unit
2-N-4
*7
Paper path selection to paper reverse/exit section
The paper gate determines whether the paper
fed out from the fixing unit is to be ejected
straight, or reversed and ejected. The paper gate
is operated by the ON/OFF operation of SD2
(paper reverse gate SD).
a) Paper reverse/exit operation
Normally, the paper gate opens when SD2 is
turned OFF. The paper fed by the paper reverse
/exit inlet roller is fed, through the path under
paper gate, into the paper reverse/exit section.
This paper is then fed to the ADU paper conveyance unit by paper reverse/exit rollers 1-3 (and
paper reverse roller, when feeding a large size
paper).
However, if PS57 (paper reverse) detects the
trailing edge of the paper and consequently turns
OFF, the rollers start rotating in the opposite
direction, feeding the paper back to the paper
gate. The fed back paper is fed to the paper exit
roller, not to the paper reverse/exit entrance roller
side, because of the shape of the paper gate.
Thus, the paper is ejected to the paper exit with
the print side down.
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1
b) Straight ejection
When paper is ejected straight, SD2 is turned
ON to close the paper gate. The paper fed by the
paper reverse/exit entrance roller is fed through
the path over the paper gate because this gate is
closed, then fed to the paper exit roller. Thus, the
paper is ejected to the paper exit with the print
side up.
2
3
9
4
8
5
7
Paper gate
6
1
Paper reverse/exit
entrance roller
2
3
9
4
8
5
7
Paper exit roller
6
Fixing roller
(upper)
Fixing roller (lower)
1
Paper gate
2
Paper reverse/exit entrance roller
3
Fixing roller (upper)
4
Fixing roller (lower)
5
Paper reverse/exit roller 3
6
Paper reverse/exit roller 2
7
Paper reverse/exit roller 1
8
PS57 (paper reverse)
9
Paper exit roller
2-N-5
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ADU
c) ADU paper conveyance
In the two-sided copy mode, the paper finished
with printing on the front side is fed, through the
path under the paper gate, into the paper
reverse/exit section just like paper reverse/exit
operation. Then, the paper is fed to the ADU unit
by paper reverse and eject rollers 1-3. These rollers do not rotate in the opposite direction even
when PS57 detects the trailing edge of the paper,
allowing the paper to be fed to the ADU paper
reversal roller.
PS57
(Paper
reverse)
*8
Paper reverse/exit section jam removal mechanism
a) Jam access guide plate
When a jam occurs in the paper gate section, the
jammed paper can be removed by opening the
paper reverse/exit section jam access guide
plate.
Jam access guide plate
Fixing unit
Paper gate
Paper reverse/exit
entrance roller
ADU reverse roller
Paper reverse /exit roller 1
b) Jam removal from the paper reverse/exit section by paper reverse/exit roller rotation knob
When a jam occurs in the paper reverse/exit section, the jammed paper can be removed by opening the paper reverse/exit section and rotating
the paper reverse/exit roller rotation knob.
Paper reverse/
exit roller 3
Paper reverse/exit roller 2
Paper reverse/
exit section
2-N-6
Paper reverse/exit roller
rotation knob
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ADU
*9
Nonstack paper feed mechanism
In the two-sided copy mode, the paper fed from
the paper reverse/exit section is conveyed to the
ADU section by the ADU reverse roller. When
PS58 (ADU paper reverse) detects the trailing
edge of paper and consequently turns OFF, the
ADU reverse roller starts rotating in the opposite
direction, feeding the paper backward. The fed
back paper is conveyanceed to the ADU horizontal conveyance roller, not the paper reverse/exit
roller 3, because of the shape of the conveyance
path plate. Thus, paper is reversed and fed to the
ADU exit, sheet by sheet, without being stacked.
PS58 (ADU paper reverse)
ADU reverse roller
*10 ADU pre-registration mechanism
In the ADU, paper is looped by the pre-registration roller and pre-registration loop roller to correct paper inclination in the second paper feed
unit. The pre-registration roller is controlled by
the ON/OFF operation of MC2 (ADU pre-registration MC). The pre-registration loop roller feeds
paper at a constant speed with the pre-registration roller stopped by the OFF operation of MC2,
forming a paper loop between these two rollers.
As a result, paper inclination is corrected. When
MC2 is turned ON, the pre-registration roller
starts rotating to feed paper to the second paper
feed section. Note that the pre-registration loop
roller is rotating at a constant speed and it does
not stop after formation of a paper loop is complete. Therefore, the loop size depends on the
time from turning ON to OFF of MC2.
Registration roller
Loop roller
ADU horizontal
ADU conveyance roller 2 Pre-registration
loop roller
horizontal
conveyance roller 1
PS58 (ADU paper reverse)
ADU reverse roller
ADU horizontal
conveyance roller 2
Pre-registration roller
Pre-registration roller
Paper looping position
ADU horizontal
ADU conveyance roller 2 Pre-registration
loop roller
horizontal
conveyance roller 1
2-N-7
ADU exit
roller
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ADU
*11 ADU section jam removal mechanism
When a jam occurs in the ADU horizontal conveyance section, the jammed paper can be
removed by opening the ADU horizontal conveyance unit jam access guide A. The paper
jammed at the ADU exit can be removed by
opening the ADU exit section jam access guide
B.
*12 ADU jam indication
The ADU has a jam indicator that indicates the
location of the jam (ADU, second paper feed unit,
conveyance unit, or fixing unit). All units other
than the fixing unit are powered even after the
ADU is drawn out of the main unit, allowing the
ADU to indicate the jam location.
Warning: The interlock that is turned OFF
when the front right or left door
is opened/closed, should never
be turned ON forcibly with the
ADU drawn out.
Jam indicator
Jam access
guide A
Jam access
guide B
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[3] Loop/Second Paper Feed Control
24VDC
24VDC
M6 DRIVE A
M6 DRIVE A
24VDC
MC1 CONT
24VDC
5VDC
-5VDC
PS1 VIDEO
PS1 SI
PS1 CLK
PS1 LED
SGND
PS44
5VDC
PS44
SGND
PS45
PS45
M6
M6 DRIVE B
M6 DRIVE B
MC1
PS1
PS54
PRCB
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
ADUSDB
The paper fed from one of trays 1-3 is fed to the second
paper feed unit. The second paper feed takes place as
the result of the transmission of the drive force from
M12 (registration) to the second paper feed roller via
MC1 (registration MC). The second paper feed unit is
preceded by the loop roller, and this conveyance unit is
also used for the paper fed from the ADU or LCT
excluding the paper from the bypass tray. The loop
roller is driven by M6 (loop roller).
The above parts are controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board) via he PRCB (DC drive board) and
ADUSDB (ADU stand drive board).
Related signals are PS44 (registration), PS45 (leading
edge detection), and PS54 (loop detection). When the
front right or left door of this machine opens or closes,
MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the motors, stopping M6
and M12.
1. Operation
a.
Loop control
The paper fed from each tray is fed to the second
paper feed roller by the loop roller. When PS44 is
turned ON, the paper is decelerated and stopped
temporarily to form a loop. After a lapse of specified time, MC1 is turned ON to transmit the drive
2-N-9
b.
c.
force of M12 to the second paper feed roller, thus
feeding the paper to the transfer/separation section. When the second paper feed starts, the loop
roller feeds the paper at the low linear velocity
which is the same as that of the second paper
feed roller.
Second paper feed control
After formation of a loop is completed, MC1 is
turned ON to transmit the drive force of M12 to
the second paper feed roller, starting the second
paper feed.
Mis-centering detection control
Mis-centering of the paper fed from each tray is
detected by PS1 (paper mis-centering) and it is
corrected at the time of image write.
A contact sensor is used as PS1. The paper
edge position is detected by mis-centering sensors. Based on the edge position information, the
image write position is shifted to correct miscentering. PS1 operates in the specified interval
after PS45 is turned ON.
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
M12
5VDC
PS54
SGND
24VDC
M12 CONT
M12 CLK
M12 EM
PGND
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[4] Paper Conveyance Control
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) PS54 (PS54 to PRCB)
Loop formation reference timing detection signal.
The leading edge or trailing edge of paper is
detected.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
b. ADUSDB input signal
(1) M12 EM (M12 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
M12 fault detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
(2) PS1 VIDEO (PS1 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
PS1 sensor output signal.
(3) PS44 (PS44 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Second paper feed reference timing detection
signal.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(4) PS45 (PS45 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Paper leading edge detection signal (reference
timing for various control operations)
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
c. ADUSDB output signals
(1) M12 CONT (ADUSDB to M12)
M12 drive control signal.
[L]: M12 ON
[H]: M12 OFF
(2) M12 CLK (ADUSDB to M12)
M12 clock signal.
(3) MC1 CONT (ADUSDB to MC1)
MC1 drive control signal.
[L]: MC1 ON
[H]: MC1 OFF
(4) PS1 SI (ADUSDB to PS1)
PS1 start pulse.
(5) PS1 CLK (ADUSDB to PS1)
PS1 drive clock signal.
(6) PS1 LED (ADUSDB to PS1)
PS1 LED control signal.
24VDC
24VDC
M9 DRIVE A
M9 DRIVE A
M9
M9 DRIVE B
M9 DRIVE B
ADUSDB
24VDC
MS2 MS1
PGND
PRCB
DCPS2
Conveyance of the paper fed from the second paper
feed unit is controlled by the pre-transfer roller driven
by M9 (transfer). M9 is controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board) via the ADUSDB (ADU stand drive
board). When the front right or left door of this machine
opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2)
operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the motor,
stopping M9.
2-N-10
1. Operation
A 24V stepping motor is used for M9 in order to
drive constantly at low speed.
2. Signals
a. Output signals
(1) M9 DRIVE A, A (M9 to ADUSDB)
M9 A-phase drive control pulse signal.
(2) M9 DRIVE B, B (M9 to ADUSDB)
M9 B-phase drive control pulse signal.
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24VDC
24VDC
M10 DRIVE A
M10 DRIVE A
M10 DRIVE B
M10 DRIVE B
24VDC
24VDC
M5
M5 DRIVE A
M5 DRIVE A
5VDC
PS61
SGND
M5 DRIVE B
M5 DRIVE B
SD2
PS8
PS57
PS61
PS2
PS2
PS3
PS3
24VDC
SD2 CONT
M10
PRCB
5VDC
PS8
SGND
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
PS57
24VDC
PGND
ADUSDB
DCPS2
The paper fed from the fixing unit is fed, through the
paper reverse and conveyance section, to the exit tray
or ADU. The paper reverse gate is driven by SD2
(paper reverse gate). The paper reverse and exit roller
is driven by M5 (paper reverse/exit), and the paper exit
roller is driven by M10 (paper exit).
Related signals are PS58 (ADU paper reverse), PS57
(paper reverse), PS61(paper exit), PS2 (fixing exit),
and PS3 (fixing jam). When the front right or left door
of this machine opens or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or
MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power
supply to the motors, stopping M5 and M10.
2-N-11
1. Operation
a.
Paper reverse gate control
The paper reverse gate is driven by SD2. Normally, the paper reverse gate is opened and
guides the paper to the reversal unit. SD2 is
turned ON to close the gate when ejecting paper
straight.
b. M5 (paper reverse/exit) control
(1) Straight paper exit
When paper ejected straight, the paper reverse
gate is closed with SD2 turned ON. Accordingly,
paper is ejected straight at low speed rotation.
(2) Paper reverse and exit
a) The paper fed to the paper reverse and exit
section is fed to the conveyance path in the
paper reverse and exit section through the
paper reverse gate opened by the OFF operation of SD2.
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
[5] Paper Reverse and Exit Control
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ADU
b) Linear velocity is changed to high speed
when the trailing edge of the paper conveyed
at low speed by M5 passes the nip of the fixing roller. Then M5 rotates backward at high
speed and the paper is conveyed to the paper
exit roller after a specified interval since the
trailing edge of the paper turns OFF PS57.
(3) ADU conveyance
a) When SD2 is turned OFF, the paper reverse
gate opens to feed paper to the conveyance
path in the paper reverse and exit section just
like paper reverse and exit operation.
b) Linear velocity is changed to high speed and
conveys the paper when the trailing edge of
the paper conveyed at low speed passes the
fixing nip.
c) Then rotates at high speed by M7 and draws
the paper into the ADU reversal unit.
c. M10 (paper exit) control
M10 rotates at low speed after a specified interval since the start button is turned ON. During
reversal paper exit, the paper reversed by M5 is
ejected. During this time, linear velocity is
reduced from high speed to low speed when
PS57 is turned OFF by the trailing edge of the
paper. (Model equipped with FNS keeps ejecting
at high speed.) Paper is conveyed at low speed
during straight paper exit.
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS2 (PS2 to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage at fixing unit exit.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(2) PS3 (PS3 to PRCB)
Detection of jam in fixing unit.
[L]: Paper exists. (Jam is detected.)
[H]: Paper does not exist. (Jam is not detected.)
(3) PS61 (PS61 to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage in ejection section.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(4) PS8, SIG (PS8 to ADUSB to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage in reversal/conveyance section.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
2-N-12
(5) PS57 (PS57 to ADUSB to PRCB)
Reverse and eject control reference timing signal.
The leading edge or trailing edge of paper is
detected.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
b. Output signals
(1) M10 DRIVE A, A (PRCB to M10)
M10 A-phase drive control clock signal.
(2) M10 DRIVE B, B (PRCB to M10)
M10 B-phase drive control clock signal.
(3) M5 DRIVE A, A (ADUSDB to M5)
M5 A-phase drive control clock signal.
(4) M5 DRIVE B, B (ADUSDB to M5)
M5 B-phase drive control clock signal.
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24VDC
24VDC
M5
24VDC
24VDC
M5 DRIVE A
M5 DRIVE A
M7 DRIVE A
M7 DRIVE A
M5 DRIVE B
M5 DRIVE B
M7 DRIVE B
M7 DRIVE B
M7
5VDC
PS58
SGND
PS58
5VDC
PS59
SGND
PS59
5VDC
PS60
SGND
PS60
ADUSDB
PRCB
MS2
DCPS1
DCPS2
The paper fed from the paper reverse and eject section
is fed to the ADU by M5 (paper reverse/exit). In the
ADU, paper is reversed by transmitting the drive force
of M7 (ADU reverse) to the paper reverse roller. M5 and
M7 are controlled by the PRCB (printer control board)
via the ADUSDB (ADU stand drive board).
Related signals are PS58 (ADU paper reverse), PS59
(ADU deceleration), and PS60 (ADU pre-registration).
When the front right or left door of this machine opens
or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the motors,
stopping M5 and M7.
1. Operation
a.
MS1
24VDC
24VDC
PGND
5VDC
SGND
ADU paper feed control
The paper fed from the paper reverse and exit
section by the drive force of M5 is then fed to the
ADU paper reversal section.
2-N-13
b.
ADU paper reversal control
When paper is fed to the ADU reversal section,
M7 turns ON to feed paper continuously. When
the trailing edge of paper passes through PS58,
M7 starts rotating in the opposite direction, thus
feeding paper to the ADU paper conveyance
unit.
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
[6] ADU Paper Feed/Reversal Control
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ADU
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
2. Signals
a. ADUSDB input signals
(1) PS58 (PS58 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage in ADU paper reversal section.
M7 is rotated in the opposite direction or turned
OFF with reference to this signal. The leading
edge or trailing edge of paper is detected.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(2) PS59 (PS59 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of reference timing for conveyance
speed change.
The ADU paper conveyance speed change timing is detected by detecting passage of paper.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(3) PS60 (PS60 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of loop timing as well as timing of
paper conveyance to second paper feed section.
The leading edge or trailing edge of paper is
detected by detecting passage of paper.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
b. ADUSDB output signals
(1) M7 DRIVE A, A (ADUSDB to M7)
M7 A-phase drive control pulse signal.
(2) M7 DRIVE B, B (ADUSDB to M7)
M7 B-phase drive control pulse signal.
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ADU
[7] ADU Paper Conveyance/Feed Control
24VDC
24VDC
M8 DRIVE A
M8 DRIVE A
M8
M8 DRIVE B
M8 DRIVE B
PS59
PS60
5VDC
PS59
SGND
PS60
PRCB
24VDC
SD1 CONT
SD1
24VDC
MC2 CONT
MC2
5VDC
PS9
SGND
PS9
PS10
PS10
PS13
PS13
PS46
PS46
ADUSDB
MS2
MS1
24VDC
24VDC
PGND
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
DCPS2
The paper fed from the ADU paper reversal section is
fed to the paper conveyance rollers by transmitting the
drive force of M8 (ADU conveyance) to the paper conveyance rollers. Paper is then fed to the second paper
feed section by the drive force of M12 (registration).
Related signals are PS9 (ADU paper conveyance),
PS10 (ADU handle release), PS13 (ADU no paper),
PS46 (ADU exit), PS59 (ADU deceleration), and PS60
(ADU pre-registration). SD1 (ADU lock) is provided to
lock the handle of the ADU.
When the front right or left door of this machine opens
or closes, MS1 (interlock 1) or MS2 (interlock 2) operates to interrupt the DC power supply to the motors,
stopping M8 and M12.
2-N-15
1. Operation
a.
ADU conveyance control
Paper is fed at the high linear velocity until PS59
is turned ON at detection of the paper edge.
b. ADU feed control
When the leading edge of the paper conveyed at
high speed by ADU conveyance turns PS59 ON,
the M8 linear velocity is reduced to low speed
and the paper is conveyed at low speed by M12
after a specified interval. Then when the leading
edge of the paper turns PS60 ON, MC1 is turned
OFF when MC2 (ADU pre-registration) is turned
ON once more, and conveys at low speed after
loop forming time has elapsed.
c. M8 (ADU conveyance) control
(1) On timing
When M8 is turned on at start of copying.
(2) OFF timing
When PS58 is turned OFF at passage of the last
paper.
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
M12
24VDC
M12 CONT
M12 CLK
M12 EM
PGND
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2 UNIT EXPLANATION
d.
ADU lock control
The ADU handle is locked by SD1. PS10 detects
the handle position to determine whether the
handle is locked or released.
2. Signals
a. ADUSDB input signals
(1) PS9 (PS9 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage in ADU section.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(2) PS10 (PS10 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of ADU handle position.
[H]: Handle is released
(3) PS13 (PS13 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
No paper detection.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(4) PS46 (PS46 to ADUSDB to PRCB)
Detection of paper passage at ADU exit.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
b. ADUSDB input signals
(1) M8 DRIVE A, A (ADUSDB to M8)
M8 A-phase drive control clock signal.
(2) M8 DRIVE B, B (ADUSDB to M8)
M8 B-phase drive control clock signal.
(3) MC2 CONT (ADUSDB to MC2)
MC2 drive control signal.
[L]: MC2 ON
[H]: MC2 OFF
2-N-16
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FIXING UNIT
FIXING UNIT
[1] Composition
1
6
2
8
7
19
9
18
17
10
11
16
12
15
5
4
14
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Cleaning web
Fixing upper cover
Fixing web motor (M16)
Pressure release shaft
Fixing paper exit unit
Cleaning web wind-up shaft
Pressure roller
Cleaning web unwinding shaft
Cleaning web
Fixing upper roller
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
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13
Thick paper conveyance auxiliary plate
Fixing heat roller
Heater lamp (L4)
Scraper
Fixing lower roller
Fixing claw (lower)
Fixing claw (upper)
Fixing heater lamp 2 (L3)
Fixing heater lamp 1 (L2)
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
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FIXING UNIT
[2] Mechanisms
Mechanism
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Fixing
Method
Pressure + heat roller
*1 Heat source
Heater lamp (fixing upper roller (two lamps), Fixing heat roller (one lamp))
*2 Cleaning
Upper roller: Cleaning web (with silicon oil)
Fixing heat roller: Scraper
Upper roller
Lower roller
*3 Fixing heat roller
Aluminum + PFA coating (black)
Silicon rubber (black) + PFA tube
Aluminum + PTFE coating
Separation
Separation claws (6 upper and 2 lower claws)
Temperature detection
Upper roller:
- Noncontact type thermistor (for control) TH1
- Contact type thermistor (for fault detection) TH2
Fixing heat roller:
- Noncontact type thermistor (for control) TH3
- Contact type thermistor (for fault detection) TH4
Overheating prevention
Noncontact type thermostat
(Upper roller (one), fixing heat roller (one))
*4 Fixing roller (pressure) release Pressure release cam, spring
*5 Jam detection
Actuator + Photosensor
*6 Thick paper conveyance
Thick paper conveyance auxiliary plate (movable) + Fixing guide solenoid
(SD3)
2-O-2
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FIXING UNIT
*1
Fixing heater lamps
Two halogen lamps are used for the fixing upper
roller and one halogen lamp is used for the fixing
heat roller. These halogen lamps are intended to
reduce the warm-up time.
*2
Cleaning
Fixing upper roller:
Cleaning web is used to clean the fixing upper
roller. The cleaning web wind-up shaft is driven
intermittently by the web drive motor (M16) via
gears to supply cleaning web from the web roll.
Since the number of turns of the motor is controlled according to the copy count, the amount of
cleaning web supplied is approx. 0.022 to 0.058
mm/copy. A cleaning web which contains silicon
oil is pressed against the fixing upper roller by the
pressure roller.
Fixing heat roller:
The scraper cleans stains on the fixing heat
roller.
Cleaning web
wind-up shaft
*3
Fixing heat roller
The fixing heat roller incorporating one halogen
lamp rotates keeping contact with the fixing lower
roller. Thus, the fixing lower roller is heated. The
fault detection mechanism is similar to that for
the fixing upper roller. It is used to detect
extremely high or lower temperature and a sensor fault.
*4
Fixing roller pressure/release
Pressure on the fixing lower roller to contact to
the upper roller is applied or released by rotating
the pressure release levers (two) provided at the
front and back of the fixing unit.
Caution: Be sure to perform pressure release
with the fixing upper cover closed.
Cleaning web
unwinding shaft
Cleaning web
Pressure
spring
Pressure
release shaft
Pressure
roller
Pressure
released
Pressure
applied
Fixing
upper
roller
Fixing lower
Fixing heat roller
roller
Scraper
2-O-3
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
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2 UNIT EXPLANATION
*5
Jam detection
When a jam occurs in the paper exit section in the
fixing unit, the jammed paper presses down the
actuator, causing the fixing jam sensor (PS3) to
detect a jam via the jam detection plate and actuator operation.
Jammed paper
*6
Thick paper conveyance
When a thick paper is fed, the fixing guide solenoid (SD3) installed on the ADU side is turned
ON and the thick paper conveyance auxiliary
plate installed at the inlet of the fixing unit is
pressed down via the arm, thus improving transportability of thick paper.
Thick paper conveyance auxiliary plate
Arm
PS3
(Fixing jam)
SD3 (Fixing guide solenoid)
Actuator
2-O-4
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[3] M16 (Web Drive) Control
PS2
5VDC
PS2
SGND
PS3
PS3
a. Input signals
(1) PS2 (PS2 to PRCB)
Detection of passage of paper at fixing unit exit.
[L]: Paper exists
[H]: Paper does not exist
(2) PS3 (PS3 to PRCB)
Fixing jam detection signal.
[L]: Paper exists. (Jam is detected.)
[H]: Paper does not exist. (Jam is not detected.)
b. Output signal
(1) M16 DRIVE 1, 2 (PRCB to M16)
M16 drive control signal.
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
M16
M16 DRIVE A
M16 DRIVE A
M16 DRIVE B
M16 DRIVE B
DCPS2
PRCB
M16 (web drive) is controlled directly by PRCB (printer
control board). Related signals are PS2 (fixing exit)
and PS3 (fixing jam).
1. Operation
When PS2 is turned ON by passage of paper, the
PRCB controls M16 according to the value of the
cleaning web counter. The cleaning web counter
value is incremented together with the total
counter in the ejection section of the main body.
The relationship between the cleaning web
counter values and M16 control is as follows:
Cleaning web
counter value
M16 control
1 to 10,000
Driven for 800 ms per copy
10,001 to 20,000
Driven for 500 ms per copy
20,001 to 40,000
Driven for 450 ms per copy
40,001 to 50,000
Driven for 700 ms per 2 copies
50,001 to 200,000
Driven for 500 ms per 2 copies
200,001 to 300,000 Driven for 390 ms per 2 copies
300,001 or more
Driven for 340 ms per 2 copies
500,001 or more
Driven for 300 ms per 2 copies
2-O-5
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
2. Signals
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[4] Fixing Temperature Control
TH1 ANG 1
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
TH1
TH1 ANG 2
TH2 ANG 1
TH2
TH2 ANG 2
TH3 ANG 1
TH3
TH3 ANG 2
TH4 ANG 1
TH4
TH4 ANG 2
24VDC
RL1 CONT
AC(H)
RL1
TS2
L4
L4 DRIVE
L2
L2 DRIVE
L2 CONT
L3 CONT
L2&L3 CONT
L4 CONT
TS1
AC(C)
PRCB
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
TRC1
L2 TRIG
24VDC
PGND
L3 DRIVE
L3 TRIG
TRC2
ACDB
The fixing upper roller is heated by L2 (fixing upper
roller heater lamp 1) and L3 (fixing upper roller heater
lamp 2) and the fixing lower roller is heated by L4 (fixing
heat roller heater lamp 3) via the fixing heat roller. The
PRCB (printer control board) detects the temperature
of the fixing rollers using TH1 (fixing unit temperature
sensor 1) and controls L2, L3, L4 via the ACDB (AC
drive board).
1. Operation
a.
Temperature control
The PRCB turns ON the fixing heater lamp circuit
in ACDB as soon as the main switch is turned
ON, causing L2, L3, and L4 to go ON until the fixing upper roller reaches the specified temperature. Series/parallel switching control is
performed over L2 and L3 to prevent flicker (fluorescent lamp etc.). Immediately after L2 and L3
are turned ON, they are connected in series to
2-O-6
DCPS2
suppress rush current. Then they are connected
in parallel. TRC1 (triac 1), TRC2 (triac 2) and
TRC3 (triac 3) are used for this series/parallel
switching control.
Set temperature: 200°C
Warm-up time: 6 minutes or less (at room temperature 20°C)
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b.
Protection against abnormality
Thermostats are used to prevent the temperature of the fixing rollers from rising abnormally.
TS1 (thermostat 1 (upper)) is used for the fixing
upper roller and TS2 (thermostat 2 (lower)) is
used for the fixing heat roller respectively. Noncontact type thermostats are used, so they do
not touch each rollers.
The operating temperatures of the above thermostats are as follows:
TS1: Opens at about 180°C
TS2: Opens at about 181°C
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) TH1 ANG1, 2 (TH1 to PRCB)
Detection of fixing upper roller.
This signal is used to control the temperature of
the fixing upper roller and to detect abnormality.
(2) TH2 ANG1, 2 (TH2 to PRCB)
Detection of fixing upper roller temperature.
This signal is used to detect the abnormal temperature of the upper roller and to detect a low
temperature alarm 180°C (356°F).
(3) TH3 ANG1, 2 (TH3 to PRCB)
Detection of fixing heat roller temperature.
This signal is used to control the temperature of
the fixing lower roller and to detect abnormality.
(4) TH4 ANG1, 2 (TH4 to PRCB)
Detection of fixing heat roller temperature.
This signal is used to detect the abnormal temperature of the fixing lower roller and to detect
abnormality.
b. PRCB Output signals
(1) L2 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
L2 drive control signal.
[L]: L2 ON
[H]: L2 OFF
(2) L3 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
L3 drive control signal.
[L]: L3 ON
[H]: L3 OFF
(3) L2 & L3 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
L2 & L3 drive control signal.
[L]: L2 & L3 ON
[H]: L2 & L3 OFF
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(4) L4 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
L4 drive control signal.
[L]: L4 ON
[H]: L4 OFF
c. ACDB output signals
(1) RL1 CONT (ACDB to RL1)
RL1 drive control signal.
[L]: RL1 ON
[H]: RL1 OFF
(2) L2 DRIVE (ACDB to L2)
L2 drive control signal.
[L]: L2 ON
[H]: L2 OFF
(3) L3 DRIVE (ACDB to L3)
L3 drive control signal.
[L]: L3 ON
[H]: L3 OFF
(4) L4 DRIVE (ACDB to L4)
L4 drive control signal.
[L]: RL4 ON
[H]: RL4 OFF
(5) L2 TRIG (ACDB to TRC1)
TRC1 trigger signal.
(6) L3 TRIG (ACDB to TRC2)
TRC2 trigger signal.
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[5] SD3 (Fixing Guide) Control
24VDC
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
SD3 CONT
5VDC
PS45
SGND
PRCB
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
SD3
PS45
ADUSDB
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
SD3 (fixing guide) is driven by ADUSDB (ADU stand
drive board) and controlled by serial data sent from
PRCB (printer control board).
1. Operation
When the thick paper mode is selected on the
operation panel, SD3 turns ON after the specified time from PS45 (leading edge detection)
detected the paper leading edge and lowers the
thick paper conveyance auxiliary plate, widening
the paper feed space. As a result, feeding a thick
paper to the fixing unit becomes smoother.
2. Signal
a. Output signal
(1) SD3 CONT (ADUSDB to SD3)
SD3 drive control signal.
[L]: SD3 ON
[H]: SD3 OFF
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[1] Parts Energized when the Main Switch is OFF
SW1
CBR1
NF
NF2
AC(H)
AC(H)
5VDC
AC(C)
DCPS1
SW3
PSMB
TRANSFORMER
2
TRANSFORMER
1
HTR4
HTR3
HTR2
HTR5
LCT
1. Operation
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
If the power cord is plugged in the wall outlet, the
following parts are energized regardless of
whether SW1 (main) is ON or OFF:
CBR1 (circuit breaker 1)
If an excessive current flows due to a short in an
internal part or other factors, this breaker turns
OFF to cut off the power to the machine.
NF, NF2 (noise filter, noise filter 2)
The noise filter is used to reduce the noise arriving through the power line.
DCPS1 (DC power supply unit 1)
Even when SW1 is OFF, part of the 5 V output is
supplied to PSMB (power supply management
board). This power supply stops when SW2
(reset switch) is turned OFF.
Internal heaters
The tray heaters on HTR2 ~ 4 always carry current, provided that SW3 (tray heater) is turned
ON, regardless of the states of SW1 and 2.
PSMB (power supply management board)
5V DC is supplied from DCPS1 to this board
except when SW2 (reset) is OFF.
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SW2
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[2] Parts that Operate when the SW1 (Main) is Turned ON
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5VDC
RL1 CONT
RL1
From ACDB
Fixing heater power supply
AC(H)
AC(H)
AC(C)
AC(C)
5VDC
-5VDC
12VDC
SGND
5VDC
DCPS1
RL2
AC(H)
Power supplies for boards,
motors, fans, solenoids, etc.
24VDC
PGND
36VDC
AC(C)
DCPS2
5VDC
RL2 CONT
5VDC
RL3 CONT
PSMB
RL3
IP power supply
1. Operation
2. Signals
a.
a. RL1 input signal
(1) RL1 CONT (ACDB to RL1)
RL1 drive control signal.
This signal controls ON/OFF operations of L2,
L3, and L4 drive power relay.
[L]: RL1 ON
[H]: RL1 OFF
b. RL2 input signal
RL2 CONT (PSWB to RL2)
RL2 drive control signal.
This signal controls ON/OFF operations of the
relay for AC power supply to DCPS2.
[L]: RL2 ON
[H]: RL2 OFF
c. RL3 input signal
(1) RL3 CONT (PSMB to RL3)
RL3 drive control signal.
This signal controls ON/OFF operations of the
relay for AC power supply to IP.
[L]: RL3 ON
[H]: RL3 OFF
Power supply
When SW1 (main) is turned ON, AC power is
supplied to the DCPS1 (DC power supply unit 1).
As a result, the PSMB (power supply management board) turns ON RL2 (AC input relay for
DCPS2), supplying AC power to DCPS2 (DC
power supply unit 2). DCPS1 supplies 5V DC, 5V DC, and 12V DC which are used in the
machine. DCPS2 supplies 24V and 36V DC.
DCPS1 and DCPS2 supply power to the PRCB
(printer control board) and other boards used in
the machine, starting initial operations and control inside the machine.
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FM7
1. Operation
a.
(1)
(2)
b.
(1)
(2)
A 24V DC motor is used for each cooling fan.
FM1
ON timing
Held ON during copy operation.
OFF timing
Turned OFF at specified time after copying complete.
FM3, FM4, and FM6
ON timing
• Turned ON after completion of the first warmup after power-ON.
• During warm-up, turned ON when the drum
starts rotating.
• During idling, rotates at high speed when the
drum temperature exceeds specified temperature.
• Always rotates at high speed during copying,
switching to low speed rotation at specified
time after copy completes.
OFF timing
• During warm-up, turned OFF when the drum
stops rotating.
• After completion of warm-up, held ON until the
power is turned OFF.
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c. FM5, FM8
(1) ON timing
Turned ON after power-on.
• Always rotates at low speed during idling.
• During copying, always rotates at high speed.
(2) OFF timing
Not turned OFF until the power is turned OFF.
d. FM7
(1) ON timing
Turned ON when L1 has been lit for at least 80
seconds.
(2) OFF timing
Turned OFF when L1 is turned OFF.
e. FM9
(1) ON timing
Turned ON in sync with M17 (polygon).
(2) OFF timing
Turned OFF in sync with M17).
f. FM10, FM11
(1) ON timing
Turned ON in sync with M8 (ADU conveyance).
(2) OFF timing
Turned OFF in sync with M8.
g. FM12
(1) ON timing
Turned ON in sync with M1 (main).
(2) OFF timing
Turned OFF in sync with M1.
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ACDB
FM9 EM
FM3 CONT
FM4 CONT
FM9 FEM
FM8 EM
PRCB
FM5/FM8 H/L
FM5 EM
FM5 FEM
FM12 H/L
FM12 EM
FM9 CONT
FM9
FM6 FEM
FM8
FM3/FM4 FEM
FM5
FM6 CONT
FM5/FM8 DRIVE
PGND
FM12
FM12 CONT
FM5 CONT
FM12 DRIVE
PGND
FM6
FM9 DRIVE
PGND
FM6 DRIVE
PGND
FM4
FM6 H/L
FM6 EM
FM1 DRIVE
FM1 EM
PGND
FM4 DRIVE
PGND
FM11 DRIVE
FM10 EM
PGND
FM3
FM4 H/L
FM4 EM
FM10 DRIVE
FM10 EM
PGND
FM3 DRIVE
PGND
FM1
FM3 H/L
FM3 EM
FM11
ADUSDB
FM10
FM7 EM
FM7 CONT
SCDB
FM7 DRIVE
FM7 EM
PGND
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
[3] Cooling Fan Control
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2 UNIT EXPLANATION
2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) FM3 EM (FM3 to PRCB)
FM3 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(2) FM4 EM (FM4 to PRCB)
FM4 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(3) FM5 EM (FM5 to PRCB)
FM5 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(4) FM6 EM (FM6 to PRCB)
FM6 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(5) FM6 FEM (ACDB to PRCB)
FM6’s 24 V DC power detection signal.
[H]: 24 V power OFF
(6) FM7 EM (FM7 to SCDB to PRCB)
FM7 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(7) FM8 EM (FM8 to PRCB)
FM8 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(8) FM9 EM (FM9 to PRCB)
FM9 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(9) FM12 EM (FM12 to PRCB)
FM12 fault detection signal.
[H]: Fault is detected
(10) FM3/4 FEM (ACDB to PRCB)
FM3, FM4’s 24V DC power detection signal.
[H]: 24 V power OFF
(11) FM9 FEM (ACDB to PRCB)
FM9’s 24V DC power detection signal.
[H]: 24 V power OFF
(12) FM5 FEM (ACDB to PRCB)
FM5, FM8, FM9’s 24V DC power detection signal.
[H]: 24 V power OFF
b. PRCB output signals
(1) FM3 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM3 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM3 ON
[H]: FM3 OFF
(2) FM3 H/L (PRCB to FM3)
FM3’s rotational speed control signal.
[L]: Low speed
[H]: High speed
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(3) FM4 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM4 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM4 ON
[H]: FM4 OFF
(4) FM4 H/L (PRCB to FM4)
FM4’s rotational speed control signal.
[L]: Low speed
[H]: High speed
(5) FM5 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM5, FM8 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM5, FM8 ON
[H]: FM5, FM8 OFF
(6) FM5 H/L (PRCB to FM5)
FM5’s rotational speed control signal.
[L]: Low speed
[H]: High speed
(7) FM6 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM6 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM6 ON
[H]: FM6 OFF
(8) FM6 H/L (PRCB to FM6)
FM6’s rotational speed control signal.
[L]: Low speed
[H]: High speed
(9) FM7 CONT (PRCB to SCDB)
FM7 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM7 ON
[H]: FM7 OFF
(10) FM12 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM12 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM12 ON
[H]: FM12 OFF
(11) FM9 CONT (PRCB to ACDB)
FM9 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM9 ON
[H]: FM9 OFF
c. ADUSDB input signal
(1) FM1 EM (FM1 to ADUSDB)
FM1 fault detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
(2) FM10 EM (FM10 to ADUSDB)
FM10 fault detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
(3) FM11 EM (FM11 to ADUSDB)
FM11 fault detection signal.
[L]: Normal
[H]: Abnormal
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d. ADUSDB output signal
(1) FM1 DRIVE (ADUSDB to FM1)
FM1 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM1 ON
[H]: FM1 OFF
(2) FM10 DRIVE (ADUSDB to FM10)
FM10 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM10 ON
[H]: FM10 OFF
(3) FM11 DRIVE (ADUSDB to FM11)
FM11 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM10 ON
[H]: FM10 OFF
e. ACDB output signals
(1) FM3 DRIVE (ACDB to FM3)
FM3 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM3 ON
[H]: FM3 OFF
(2) FM4 DRIVE (ACDB to FM4)
FM4 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM4 ON
[H]: FM4 OFF
(3) FM6 DRIVE (ACDB to FM6)
FM6 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM6 ON
[H]: FM6 OFF
(4) FM12 DRIVE (ACDB to FM12)
FM12 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM12 ON
[H]: FM12 OFF
(5) FM5/FM8 DRIVE (ACDB to FM5, FM8)
FM5, FM8 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM5, FM8 ON
[H]: FM5, FM8 OFF
(6) FM9 DRIVE (ACDB to FM9)
FM9 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM9 ON
[H]: FM9 OFF
f. PRCB output signal
(1) FM5/FM8 DRIVE (PRCB to FM5)
FM5 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM5 ON
[H]: FM5 OFF
g. SCDB output signal
(1) FM7 DRIVE (OPDB to FM7)
FM7 ON/OFF control signal.
[L]: FM7 ON
[H]: FM7 OFF
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[4] Operation Panel Control
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
OB1 TXD
OB1 RXD
OB1 TXD ACK
OB1 RXD ACK
OB1 TXD REQ
OB1 RXD REQ
OB1
LCD
OBINVB
ICB
WT LED
ST LED
SGND
PSMB
OB2
5VDC
JAM L1
JAM L2
JAM L3
JAM L4
JAM L5
SGND
PRCB
12VDC
5VDC
SGND
JAMIB
ADUSDB
The operation panel consists of OB1 (operation board
1), OB2 (operation board 2), and LCD (indicator
board). On the backlight control board is mounted an
LCD. The LCD has a backlight which is driven by the
OBINVB (OB inverter board) and touch switches which
correspond to the display messages.
The operation panel is controlled by the OB1 based on
the serial data output from the ICB (image control
board).
1. Operation
a.
DCPS1
LED ON operation
The LED on the OB2 are turned ON/OFF by shift
register/latch driver. Each IC is turned ON/OFF
according to the serial data from the PRCB.
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b. LCD control
(1) LCD display operation
The LCD displays various information according
to the 4-bit parallel data from the OB1.
(2) Backlight ON operation
The LCD has a backlight (cold cathode tube) to
facilitate viewing. The backlight is driven by the
OBINVB, and controlled by the OB1 via the OB2.
(3) Touch switch control
The LCD has touch switches, enabling you to
directly select items displayed on the screen.
These touch switches are controlled by the OB1.
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2. Signals
a. PRCB input signals
(1) OB1 RXD (OB1 to ICB)
Serial data which informs ICB of the operation
state of OB1.
(2) OB1 TXD REQ (OB1 to ICB)
Signal which indicates that data is being sent
from OB1 to ICB.
[H]: PRCB stops sending the PB1 TXD signal.
(3) OB1 TXD ACK (OB1 to ICB)
Acknowledgment signal which is returned each
time OB1 receives one-byte data from ICB.
b. PRCB output signal
(1) OB1 TXD (ICB to OB1)
Serial data which informs OB1 of the machine
status that is known to ICB.
(2) OB1 TXD REQ (ICB to OB1)
Signal which indicates that data is being sent
from ICB to OB1.
[H]: OB1 stops sending the OB1 RXD signal.
(3) OB1 TXD ACK (ICB to OB1)
Acknowledgment signal which is returned each
time ICB receives one-byte data from OB1.
c. ADUSDB output signal
(1) JAM1-5 (ADUSDB to JAMIB)
LED ON control signal to JAMIB (jam indicator
board).
The LED corresponding to the jam location is
turned ON on the JAMIB.
d. OB2 input signal
(1) WT LED (PSWB to OB2)
Weekly timer LED ON/OFF control signal.
(2) ST LED (PPSWB to B2)
LCD backlight ON/OFF control signal.
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[5] Counter Control
2. Signals
a. Input signals
(1) PS61 (PS61 to PRCB)
Signal indicating passage of paper in the paper
exit section.
[L]: PS61 is turned ON to indicate that paper has
been ejected.
(2) C (K) 24V 1F (ACDB to PRCB)
Signal indicating the state of 24 V power supply
to C (K).
[L]: 24V power is not supplied.
b. Output signals
(1) C (T) CONT (PRCB to ACDB to C (T))
C (T) drive control signal.
[L]: C (T) ON
(2) C (K) CONT (PRCB to ACDB to C (K))
C (K) drive control signal.
[L]: C (K) ON
(3) C (K) SIG (PRCB to ACDB)
Key counter signal.
[L]: Signal exists
c. ACDB output signal
(1) C (K) (ACDB to C (K))
Key counter signal.
[L]: Signal exists
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
OB1
ICB IFB
ICB
OB2
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
5VDC
PS61
SGND
C(T) CONT
C(K) CONT
C(K) SIG
C(K) 24V1F
PS61
24VDC
C(T) CONT
C(T)
24VDC
C(K)
SGND
C(K) CONT
PGND
C(K)
ACDB
PRCB
24VDC
PGND
DCPS2
This machine has the following counters:
C (T): Total counter
C (K): Key counter
These counters are controlled by the PRCB (printer
control board).
The related signal is PS61 (paper exit).
1. Operation
This machine counts copies using a software
counter.
(1) Paper ejection counter
The count increases by 1 each time PS61 which
has been ON is turned OFF (two counts in the
dual-sided copy mode).
<Operation of each counter>
a. Copy quantity display counter on OB
Displays the count of ejected papers.
b. C (K)
This counter counts in sync. with the paper exit
counter.
c. C (T)
This counter counts in sync. with the paper exit
counter.
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[6] Option Control
LCT
FNS
(FN-7 / FN-115)
ICB
LAN RB
HD
OP IFB
ICB IFB
Controller
EDH
INDICATOR
LAMP
5VDC
SGND
DCPS1
24VDC
PGND
PRCB
COIN
VENDOR
DCPS2
24VDC
PGND
ACDB
Options such as LCT and FNS are controlled by the
PRCB (printer control board).
1. Operation
The FNS incorporates a CB which exchanges
only control data with the PRCB of the main unit.
The LCT and FNS are powered by the DCPS1
(DC power supply unit 1).
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<Functions and output timings of signals for coin vendors>
Connector Pin No. Signal name
C(K) SIG
Key counter connection
recognition
3
C(K) GND
Signal ground
4
C(K) DRIVE Key counter signal count
up
5
PGND
2 UNIT EXPLANATION
Signal type
24 V, 300 mA
–
100-ms L-signal output after paper
ejection.
Power ground
–
–
Vendor Copy Copying signal
Output from the moment START
PRINT button is pressed to the
moment paper ejection is completed.
2
Vendor
FEED
Common to main body tray. 100ms L-signal output in sync with
paper feed.
3
Paper size 0 Paper size signal
4
Paper size 1
5
Paper size 2
6
Paper size 3
7
Vendor dou- Double-sided copy selec- Output when double-sided mode
ble-sided
tion signal
is selected.
1
36
Output timing
Key counter power supply Always
2
35
Description
DC24V
1
Paper feed signal
Open collector
5V, 200 mA
Output when paper size is
changed.
8
CPF SIG0
9
CPF SIG1
CPF mode selection signal
10
PGND
Power ground
Output when copy or printer mode
is selected.
–
–
<Functions and output timings of signals for indicator lamp>
Connector Pin No. Signal name
435
1
2
A10
A11
137
Description
Indicator lamp power sup- Always
ply
PGND
Power ground
PAT1
Lamp ON signal
Signal type
24 V, 500 mA
–
L-signal output when printing is
possible.
PAT2
L-signal output during scanning or
printing operation.
PAT3
L-signal output when the machine
is stopped by such abnormalities
as paper jam, error code, no
paper, and no toner.
PAT4
L-signal output when a warning of
toner supply is indicated.
B10
B11
Output timing
DC24V
–
Open collector
5V, 200 mA
Note: When an error code occurs, a signal is output from PAT3. However, since the 24 V indicator lamp power supply is interrupted, the lamp does not turn ON.
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Di850
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Di850
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