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FCP-7101/FX-7102

Service Manual

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Before setting up/maintenance, please read this service manual carefully.


Keep this manual where it can be always referred to.

Copyright 2004 by Fukuda Denshi Co., Ltd.


No part of this document may be copied or transmitted in any form without the prior written
permission of Fukuda Denshi Co., Ltd.
Printed in Japan

Notice
This manual contains technical information on the FCP-7101/FX-7102 aimed
at Fukuda Denshi service representatives and professional engineers.
Before performing maintenance the unit, read the manual carefully and use it
to help you work correctly and safely.
When you have finished using the manual, store it carefully in a designated
location.
Strictly follow the instructions of this manual whenever you perform
maintenance or make adjustments to the unit. Failure to do so may lead to a
serious accident.

Safety
This manual utilizes the graphic symbols shown below. Make sure that you
understand the meaning represented by these symbols, carefully read the
instructions given in the text, and work safely.

DANGER
Failure to follow this message may result in death or serious injury to the
patient or operator, damage to the equipment, or create a fire hazard.

WARNING
Failure to follow this message may result in death or serious injury to the
patient or operator.

CAUTION
Failure to follow this message may cause injury to the patient, or may
cause damage to the equipment.
Symbol

NOTE

Description
A note is not related to product safety. A note provides
information about the proper use and operating method
to prevent incorrect operation and trouble with the
unit.
Indicates an action that must not be performed.
Indicates an action that must be performed.

REFERENCE

Indicates the reference page for the operation method.

Servicing Precautions
In servicing the FCP-7101/FX-7102, observe the following.

DANGER
Never remodel the medical electronic equipment.
If remodelled, the equipment may not ensure safe operation,
thereby causing accidental hazards to the patient and
operator.

CAUTION
y The service manual is intended for the service engineers
of Fukuda representatives and the technical staff
concerned with medical electronic equipment. Servicing,
reassembling, and adjustment shall be performed by
autorized service engineers.
y Prepare proper facilities and tools when servicing.
y Be sure to follow the instructions of operation manual
when operating the instrument. For operating precautions,
refer to the operation manual.

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CAUTION
Disassembling/Reassembling Precautions
y Be sure to turn the power off and disconnect the power supply cord
from the wall outlet. Then start disassembling the instrument.
y When removing the main PC board, remove the battery in advance.
y Take care not to disconnect and connect the key panel and sensor
board from/to the connector too frequently. Too frequent disconnection
and connection of these units may cause poor contact.
y Use proper screwdrivers to loosen screws.
y When reassembling, make sure all screws are tightened to original
positions and all disconnected connectors are reconnected properly.
PC Board Handling Precautions
y PC boards are equipped with extremely sensitive devices to static
electricity.
y PC boards are sensitive electronic assemblies. Take proper measures
for removed PC boards, e.g. put them in a conductive bag.
y Handle PC boards carefully. Giving an impact to them may damage
devices mounted onto them.
y Never remove a PC board or connect the connector to it when it is
supplied with power.

CAUTION
If you find a value which exceeds the allowable level, be sure to let the
user avoid using the instrument. If the user operates the instrument as it
is, he/she may receive an hazardous accident.

Equipment Classification
The FCP-7101/FX-7102 is classified into the following equipment:
1. Protection against electrical shock
Class , Internally powered
2. Type against electrical shock
Applied part: Type CF
3. Degree of protection against harmful water invasion
Ordinary equipment
4. Degree of safety in using under air-inflammable anesthetic gases or
oxygen/nitrous
oxide-anesthetic gases
Equipment used under an environment containing no inflammable
anesthetic gases or no inflammable cleaning agent.
5. Running mode
Continuous running mode

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Overview of the Manual


This manual consists of the following 9 chapters.
Contents of each chapter are briefly explained below.

Chapter 1

Component Names and Functions


The locations and functions of the unit's operation panel, switches, connectors,
and other components. A list of specifications is also given.

Chapter 2

Troubleshooting
How to resolve problems that occur, using flowcharts for each symptom.

Chapter 3

Maintenance
Cleaning, test menu, program version updating, periodical inspection items,
and methods.

Chapter 4

Disassembly
How to disassemble the unit in order to replace defective parts.

Chapter 5

Electric Circuit Diagrams


Electric circuit diagrams and diagrams of the connections between printed
circuit boards.

Chapter 6

Spare Parts List


A list of components supplied as spare parts.

Chapter 7

Board Component Diagrams


The layout of the connectors and other mounted parts for each of the unit's
printed circuit boards.

Chapter 8

Assembly Diagrams
The illustrations of the parts in three dimensional exploded views.
A list of the parts is also given.

Chapter 9

Technical Instructions Related to EMC


Technical instructions required by IEC60601-1-2 Ed.2 are described in this
chapter.

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Contents
Notice
Safety
Servicing Precautions
Equipment Classification
Overview of the Manual

Chapter 1

Component Names and Functions 11

Unit (top face) 11


Unit (side, rear, and bottom faces) 12
Operation panel 13
Specifications list 15

Chapter 2

Troubleshooting 21
On power supply in equipment (ECG AMP not included) 21
On ECG AMP supply voltage 22
Problem conditions and corrective action 23
Unit doesn't start up when main power is switched ON. 24
Battery operations are not executed. 24
Troubleshooting related to supply voltages 25
Failures related to charging operations 26
Charge error LED is lit 26
Charging operation ended normally, but the battery is
nearly uncharged. 26
LCD does not display or display is abnormal. 27
Cannot perform key operations. 28
Does not detect mark on z-fold paper. Does not detect end
of paper. Always displays "No recording paper" warning. 28
Date/time changes. 29
Buzzer would not sound 29
Recording paper is fed, but printing and waveform recording
are not performed. 210
Recording paper is not fed 210
A certain lead record appears as a baseline. 210
All 12-lead patient records appear as baselines. 211
Detection of electrode misposition cannot be led. 211
Some leads do not detect electrode misposition. 211

Chapter 3

Maintenance 31

Cleaning 31
Cleaning the unit 31
Replacing the battery 32
Update of the software 34
Self-diagnostics test 35
User self-diagnostics test 36
ECG Test Pattern 37
Recording Test 38
Key Test 39
LCD Test 310
Buzzer Test 311
Manufacturer self-diagnostics test 312
Status Test 314
ECG A/D DATA 315
LAN Test 316
Memory Test 317
ROM WRITE Test 318
Recorder Test 319

Memory initialize 321


UPDATE 322
Periodical inspections 3-23
Periodical inspection intervals and precautions 3-23
List of periodical inspection items 3-23
Safety inspections (4 items)3-24
Before checking the leakage current 3-24
Checking the enclosure leakage current
(current that flows from the enclosure to
the earth terminal of the power outlet) 3-25
Checking the patient leakage current I 3-25
Checking the patient leakage current III 3-25
Checking the patient measurement current3-25
Inspection of electrical performance/characteristics 3-26
Hardware inspections (10 items) 3-28
Periodical inspection (2) record 3-30

Chapter 4

Disassembly 41

Removing the LCD 41


Removing the enclosure cover 42
Removing the recorder unit 43
Removing the main board 44

Chapter 5

Electric Circuit Diagrams 51

Overall block diagram of unit (AC adapter not included) 51


MAIN BOARD block diagram 53
MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) circuit 55
1.Digital logic block 55
CPU section55
FPGA section55
Memory section 56
KEY I/F section 58
Thermal head control section59
Real time clock 510
Reset circuit section511
Sensor control section 512
Motor control section513
LCD voltage generating section514
2.ECG AMP block 515
3.Power supply block 516
Power voltage generating section517
Battery charging section 520
Power control section521
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) circuit522
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) circuit523
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951) circuit523
AC adaptor block diagram 524
MAIN BOARD Circuit Diagrams (PCB-6950) 525
Power connection table No.1 525
Power connection table No.2 526
POWER /CAPACITOR/RESET IC/CLOCK
LCD POWER block527
CPU block528
FPGA block529
MEMORY block 530
LAN CONTROL block 531
LCD I/F / RTC / LED block532
THERMAL I/F block 533
SENSOR I/F /MAGAZIN UP SENSOR I/F
MOTOR I/F /JTAG I/F block534
ECG AMP block
(Differential amplification, multiplexer section)535
ECG AMP block (ADC,CPLD and POWER section)536

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MAIN POWER SUPPLY +24V block 537


CHARGE block 538
+5V /+3.3V /+1.8V Power generation block 539
POWER STATUS block 540
POWER / CHARGE ERROR block 541
+3.3VSTB / POWER ON RESET block 542
BATTERY ON CONTROL / THERMAL POWER
GENERATION BLOCK 543
POWER-MAIN I / F block 544
POWER ON / OFF CONTROL block 545
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) 546
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) 547
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951) 548

Chapter 6

Spare Parts List 61

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) 61


KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) 68
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) 69
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951) 610
Other spare parts list 611

Chapter 7

Board Component Diagram 71

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950 component side) 71


MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950 soldering side) 72
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949 component side) 73
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949 soldering side) 74
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948 component side) 75
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951 component side) 76

Chapter 8

Assembly Diagrams 81

Magazine 81
Paper shaft 82
Recorder 83
Upper case (FCP-7101) 84
Upper case (FX-7102) 85
Lower case 86
General assembly diagram (FCP-7101) 87
General assembly diagram (FX-7102) 88
Outline view (FCP-7101) 89
Outline view (FX-7102) 810
Paper guide 811
50mm Magazine adapter (option) 812
50mm Paper adapter (option) 813

Chapter 9

Technical Instructions Related to EMC 91

Emission information CISPR11 92


Immunity information (to other than radiation/conduction) 93
Immunity information (to radiation/conduction) 94
Recommended distance of separation from
portable telephone, etc 95

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Chapter

Component Names and Functions


Unit (top face) ...................................................................................... 1-1
Unit (side, rear, and bottom faces) .................................................... 1-2
Operation panel ................................................................................... 1-3
Specifications list................................................................................ 1-5

Chapter 1 Component Names and Functions


Unit (top face)
Liquid crystal display, operation panel, and paper magazine are provided on
the top face of the unit.

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(3) Magazine open button

(5) Thermal print head

(1) Liquid crystal display (LCD)


Displays electrocardiogram (ECG) waveforms, patient data, unit status, etc.
(2) Operation panel
Push the key switches on the panel to operate the electrocardiograph.
Provided with the LED that indicates the operation status.
(3) Magazine open button
Push to open the magazine cover.
(4) Paper magazine
Load the recording paper here.
(5) Thermal print head
Records (prints) ECG waveforms and measured values.

1-1

Chapter 1

Unit (side, rear, and bottom faces)


PATIENT connector and CONTRAST volume are provided on the side of
the unit.
AC adapter jack, LAN port, and potential equalization terminal are
provided on the rear face of the unit.
BATTERY PACK compartment is located on the underside of the unit.

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(7) CONTRAST volume

(9) LAN port

(6) PATIENT connector

(6) PATIENT connector


Plug in the patient cable here.
(7) CONTRAST volume
Use the volume to adjust the contrast of the LCD.
(8) AC adapter jack
Plug in the DC plug here.
(9) LAN port
Plug in the LAN cable here to communicate with a PC.
(10) Potential equalization terminal
Plug in the ground cable here.
(11) BATTERY PACK compartment
Install the optional battery pack (8PH-4/3A3700-H-J18) in this
compartment.

1-2

Component Names and Functions

Operation panel
The electrocardiograph can be operated on the operation panel. The LED
that indicates the operation status is at the upper right-hand corner of the
operation panel.
(9) LED

(2) [MODE] key

Main
Power Charge

FCP-7101

ON/OFF
(stby) POWER

MODE

(1) [POWER ON/OFF] key

OFF:HOLD 2Sec.

LEAD
(4) LEAD [

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(3) [1mV] key

1mV

] keys

(5) [RESET] key

RESET
CANCEL

ENTER

(6) [ID] key

(7) [SENSE] key

ID

SENSE
START/STOP

(8) [START/STOP] key

(1) [POWER ON/OFF] key


Turns ON/OFF the power.
If AC power is set to OFF, charging of the battery, if provided, is started.
(2) [MODE] key
Press this key to select diagnosis mode and setting.
(3) [1mV] key
Press this key to display and record waves calibrated in 1mV.
The key moves the cursor upward on the setting screen.
(4) LEAD [

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] keys

Press these keys to change the leads to be monitored.


The key moves the cursor horizontally on the setting screen.
(5) [RESET] key
Press this key to reset the ECG waveform to baseline state.
The key moves the cursor downward on the setting screen.

1-3

Chapter 1

(6) [ID] key


Press this key to enter ID. The key serves as the CANCEL key on the
setting screen.
(7) [SENSE] key
Press this key to change the sensitivity of the ECG. The key serves as the
ENTER key on the setting screen.
(8) [START/STOP] key
Press this key to start/stop the recording, etc. of various data.
(9) LED
Displays the following operation status.
Status of LED
Main Power LED lit in blue.
Charge LED lit in blue.
Charge LED lit in yellow.

1-4

Operation of ECG
Stays on while DC plug is
connected to the equipment.
Battery charging underway.
Charging abnormally terminated.

Component Names and Functions

Specifications list
Lead
Standard sensitivity
Sensitivity selection
Polarization voltage
Frequency response
Transient characteristics
(Time constant)
Common mode rejection
Input impedance
Input circuit current
Internal noise
Calibrated voltage
Amplifier composition
A/D conversion
Sampling rate

Electrocardiography

Signal I/O
Measurement
operation

103dB or more (Standard sensitivity 22mmp-p or lower)


50M or greater
5108A or lower
20Vp-p or lower
1mV2% or lower
8ch (II, III, V1 to V6) Amplifier system
13 bits
1000/sec/ch
HUM filter: 50 or 60Hz (20dB or less)
Muscle filter: 25 or 35Hz (6dB/Oct)
Filter
Drift filter: 0.25 or 0.5Hz (6dB/Oct)
High cut filter: 75Hz, 100Hz or 150Hz (6dB/Oct)
Recording system
Thermal array head
Recording speed
5, 10, 12.5, 25, 50mm/sec.
Deflection axis: 8 dots/mm
Recording resolution
Time axis: 1msec.
Recording channels
1ch, 3ch
Rolled paper: OP-119TE (63mm30M)
Rolled paper: OP-18TE (50mm30M)
Recording paper
Z-fold paper: OP-122TE (63mm20M)
Z-fold paper: OP-123TE (50mm20M)
Display
FSTN LCD (320240 dots)
Cardiograms, patient data, analysis and observation,
Display contents
error message
Patient data
ID number, age, sex.
Key panel
9 keys
LAN port
10BASE-T compliant
Basic measurement value Heart rate, R-R time, etc.
Safety
Power supply

General

Operating
environment
Storage
environment

Standard 12 leads
10mm/mV
1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, Auto
550mV or higher
0.05 to 150Hz
3.2 sec.

Power consumption
(Max.)
Dimensions (WDH)
Weight
Temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure

Class type CF and internally powered equipment,


type CF
AC power supply: AC adaptor, 100 to 240V AC (10%),
50/60Hz
DC power supply: 9.6V DC (Battery pack)
At AC operation: 70 VA
At DC operation: 40 W
18022550mm (Projection not included)
1.2kg0.5kg (Battery included)
10 to 40C
25 to 95% (Condensation not allowed)
70 to 106kPa (700 to 1060mbar)
10 to +50C
10 to 95% (Condensation not allowed)
70 to 106kPa (700 to 1060mbar)

1-5

Chapter 1

1-6

Chapter

Troubleshooting
On power supply in equipment (ECG AMP not included)................ 2-1
On ECG AMP supply voltage.............................................................. 2-2
Problem conditions and corrective action........................................ 2-3
Unit doesn't start up when main power is switched ON........... 2-4
Battery operations are not executed. ...................................... 2-4
Troubleshooting related to supply voltages ............................. 2-5
Failures related to charging operations ................................... 2-6
Charge error LED is lit............................................................. 2-6
Charging operation ended normally, but the battery is
nearly uncharged. ................................................................... 2-6
LCD does not display or display is abnormal. ......................... 2-7
Cannot perform key operations............................................... 2-8
Does not detect mark on z-fold paper. Does not detect end
of paper. Always displays "No recording paper" warning. ....... 2-8
Date/time changes. ................................................................. 2-9
Buzzer would not sound.......................................................... 2-9
Recording paper is fed, but printing and waveform recording
are not performed.................................................................. 2-10
Recording paper is not fed .................................................... 2-10
A certain lead record appears as a baseline. ........................ 2-10
All 12-lead patient records appear as baselines. .................. 2-11
Detection of electrode misposition cannot be led. ................. 2-11
Some leads do not detect electrode misposition. .................. 2-11

Chapter 2 Troubleshooting
On power supply in equipment (ECG AMP not included)
The following concerns the supply voltages in the equipment.
This equipment generates various DC power supply voltages (+24, +5,
+5VSTB, +3.3V, +3.3VSTB, +1.8V and 24V) inside using the DC power
supply, +18V, output by the attached AC adaptor or the DC power supply
of the battery.
If the following power is not supplied, the intended functions by that power
do not work.
If +3.3V, is not supplied, the CPU and FPGA do not operate, whereby all
functions are inoperable.
DC power +18V from AC adaptor or battery pack voltage
+24V: Supplied to the thermal head and the motor driver.
Generates +3.3VSTB.
+3.3VSTB: Standby power used when DC plug is
inserted or the Battery is set.
+5V: Used as LCD logic drive voltage or mark sensor drive
voltage. Generates +1.8V.
+1.8V: Used as the core power for CPU and FPGA.
+5VSTB: Standby power used when DC plug is inserted.

+3.3V: Supplied to the CPU, FPGA, memory, control/logic IC,


crystal oscillator, sensor, etc. Generates 24V.
24V: Used as LC voltage VEE of LCD.

2-1

Chapter 2

On ECG AMP supply voltage


Since the ECG AMP is insulated, power is supplied through the push-pull
circuit with a pulse transformer (FT-2155).
+5V
VTRF: Main power supply of the ECG AMP. Generated
through the pulse transformer (FT-2155). Generates
+5VDF (+2.5VF) and +3.3VDF.
+5VDF (+2.5VF): Used mainly as the power supply for
the differential amplifier or photocoupler.
+3.3VDF: Used as the power supply to drive the CPLD
for the ECG AMP.

2-2

Maintenance

Problem conditions and corrective action

CAUTION
If any part mounted on the MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) or other circuit boards
seems to be faulty, replacing not the part itself only but the entire circuit
board is recommended.

CAUTION
When checking the circuit voltage and signals to correct a problem, be
careful not to cause a short circuit.

2-3

Chapter 2

Unit doesn't start up when main power is switched ON.


Item to Check
Power cable
LED on the operation
panel
Cable
Fuse
Checking the voltage
on MAIN BOARD

AC adaptor

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that the power cable is plugged into the power
outlet and the AC adaptor. Check that the DC plug
is connected to the equipment.
Connect the DC plug and check that the [Main
Power] LED on the operation panel is kept ON. If
not, check the KEY cables connecting the operation
panel and the MAIN BOARD for a break, etc.
Using a voltmeter, check that F6 fuse is not blown.
Using a voltmeter, check that +18V, +5V, +3.3V,
+1.8V, +3.3VSTB, and +5VSTB are present at
C100, C311, C312, C317, C314, and C310 terminals
of the MAIN BOARD. When +5V or +3.3V is
present, LED4 or LED5 is lit.
Check that the LED of the AC adaptor is lit.
Using a voltmeter, check that +18V is present at DC
plug terminal.

Place to Check
Power cable
DC plug
[Main Power] LED on the
operation panel
KEY cable
F6 REFERENCE P5-37
C100, C310, C311, C312,
C314, C317
LED4, LED5
REFERENCE P5-37,39
LED of AC adaptor
DC plug

Battery operations are not executed.


Item to Check
Battery connection

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Open the battery compartment cover, and verify that
the battery pack is securely connected

Checking the charge

After the end of charging the battery, start the


operation using the battery.
If the operation is impossible or soon fails, the
battery is deteriorated. Replace the battery with a
new one.
Using a voltmeter, check that F3 fuse is not blown.
Using a voltmeter, check that the battery pack
voltage, +5V, +3.3V, +1.8V, and +3.3VSTB are
present at C100, C311, C312, C317, and C314
terminals of the MAIN BOARD. When +5V or
+3.3V is present, LED4 or LED5 is lit.

Fuse
Checking the voltage
on MAIN BOARD

2-4

Place to Check
Battery compartment
REFERENCE P3-2
Starting after charging.

F3 REFERENCE P5-37
C100, C311, C312, C314,
C317
LED4, LED5
REFERENCE P5-37,39

Maintenance

Troubleshooting related to supply voltages


* The following troubleshooting assumes that the fuses F6 and F3 are not
blown. Check fuses first when you have a trouble with the supply voltage.
Item to Check
+3.3V

+3.3STB

+1.8V

+5V

+5V STB
+24V

-24V(VEE)

VTRF

+5VDF(+2.5VF)

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that +3.3V is applied to terminal C312 on the
MAIN BOARD. Check also that LED5 is kept ON.
If voltage is not applied, +24V may not be supplied
or IC46 may be faulty.
Connect the DC plug without starting the equipment,
and check that +3.3V is applied to terminal C314 on
the MAIN BOARD. If not, +18V may not be
supplied or IC62 may be faulty.
Check whether or not +1.8V is applied at terminal
C317 on the MAIN BOARD.
If not applied, check whether or not +5V is applied at
IC45 pin 8.
If not applied, refer to the remedy for absence
of+5V. If voltage is applied, IC45 may be faulty.
Check that +5V is applied to terminal C311 of the
MAIN BOARD. Check also that LED4 is lit.
If voltage is not applied, +24V may not be supplied,
or IC47 may be faulty.
Check that +5V is applied to IC43 pin 1 of the
MAIN BOARD. If not, IC43 may be faulty.
Check that +24V is applied to C101 terminal of the
MAIN BOARD.
If not, IC42 or Q25 may be faulty.
Check that 24V is applied to P1 pin 12.
Check also that +3.3V is applied to IC1 pin 6.
If not, see troubleshooting for absence of +3.3V.
If +3.3V is applied, IC1 or IC7 (CPU) may be faulty.
Check that +6.2V is applied to C274 terminal. If not,
T1 (FT2155) may be faulty.
Check that 125kHz rectangular waves are input to
IC20 pins 13 and 15. If not, IC8 (FPGA) may be
faulty.
Check that +5V is applied to C275 terminal. If not,
VTRF may not be generated, or IC40 may be faulty.

Place to Check
C312
LED5
IC46
REFERENCE

REFERENCE

Check that +3.3V is applied to C276 terminal. If not,


IC39 may be faulty, or VTRF (about +6.2V) may not
be applied to IC39 pin 6.

P5-42

C317
IC45 pin 8
REFERENCE

P5-39

C311
LED4
IC47
REFERENCE

P5-39

IC43 pin 1
REFERENCE

P5-38

C101
IC42,Q25
REFERENCE

P5-37

P1 pin 12
IC1 pin 6
IC7 pin 13
REFERENCE

P5-32,27,28

C274
T1
IC20
IC8
REFERENCE

P5-36,29

C275
IC40
REFERENCE

+3.3VDF

P5-37,39

IC62

P5-36

C276
IC39
REFERENCE

P5-36

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Chapter 2

Failures related to charging operations


Item to Check
Power cable
Battery

Battery voltage

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that the power cable is plugged into the power
outlet and the AC adaptor. Check that the DC plug is
connected to the equipment.
Open the battery compartment cover on the botton of
the unit. Verify that the battery is present and that the
battery and unit are securely connected.
Verify also that the connecting cable is not
disconnected/broken.
Check whether or not the battery voltage is +8.0 V or
higher.

Place to Check
Power cable
DC plug
Connection between the
battery and unit
Cable
REFERENCE P3-2
Battery voltage

Charge error LED is lit


Item to Check
Battery voltage
Battery temperature

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check whether or not the battery voltage is +14.4 V
or higher
Detach the battery from the equipment, and check
whether the battery is excessively hot or not. The
charge error LED comes on if the battery
temperature exceeds 70C.

Place to Check
Battery voltage
Battery temperature
REFERENCE P3-2

Charging operation ended normally, but the battery is nearly


uncharged.
Item to Check
Battery

2-6

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


The number of charge and discharge cycles of
battery is about 300 although it depends on the
particular operating environment. The duration in
hours after charging shortens as the number of
discharges increases. If the battery cannot hardly be
charged, replace it.

Place to Check
Battery

Maintenance

LCD does not display or display is abnormal.


Item to Check
Contrast
Connector

Power supply

Control signals

Liquid crystal voltage


VEE

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Operate the contrast control knob to adjust the LCD
brightness.
Verify that the flat cable of the LCD unit and P1 on
the KEY LCD I/F board is securely connected.
Verify also that the flat cable is inserted in the
correct direction and is free of cuts and separation.
Check the voltage for the main board.
VSS: P1 (11 and 14 pins) GND level
VDD: P1 (10 pins) +5V
If VSS or VDD is abnormal, refer to the section of +5
V in "Troubleshooting related to supply voltages".
Verify that LCD control signals FLM,CL1,CL2 and
D0-3 are not at the H or L fixed levels.
Verify also that the DISPOFF* signal is at the H
level.
The LCD module is controlled by IC7(CPU); thus, if
the control signal is abnormal, IC7 is likely to be
defective.
Check the voltage on P1 pins 12.
VEE P9 (pins A24, A25) VEE.
VEE is a liquid crystal drive voltage. The LCD
contrast is controlled in terms of this voltage. The
voltage depends on the operation circumstances.
Operate the contrast adjusting knob to see if the
voltage is between +21 and +24 V.
If VEE is abnormal, refer to the section of VEE in
"Troubleshooting related to supply voltages". Also
check the action of Q1 area.

Place to Check
Contrast adjusting knob
REFERENCE P1-2
Flat cable of LCD unit and P1
REFERENCE P5-32
P1 pins 11,14
P1 pins 10
REFERENCE P2-4, P5-32

P1 Pins 1 to 4 and pins 6, 8, 9


IC7
REFERENCE P5-28, 32

P1 pins 12
Q1
REFERENCE

P2-4, P5-32
P5-27

2-7

Chapter 2

Cannot perform key operations.


Item to Check
Cable

Key signal

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that the KEY cable is connected to P2 and the
KEY BOARD.
Check that the parts around P2 are properly
mounted.
Check that the signal corresponding to the key
pressed is at L level.

Place to Check
P2
Key cable
REFERENCE P5-32
P2 pins 3 to 10.
Key scan signal
REFERENCE P5-32

Does not detect mark on z-fold paper. Does not detect end of paper.
Always displays "No recording paper" warning.

Item to Check
Program setting
Sensor
Connector

Mark drive signal


Detection signal

2-8

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check whether the recording paper is set at roll
paper or not.
Verify that the mark sensor area is free of foreign
matter and that the sensor is securely attached.
Verify that the sensor cable is securely connected
and not broken. Verify also that the soldering of the
connector P6 on the MAIN BOARD is free of defect.
Check that 2kHz rectangular waves are input to P6
pin 4. If not, IC8 or IC20 may be faulty.
At a status where the magazine is closed and other
than a mark on the recording paper is aligned with
the sensor, check whether or not the waveform
coming from IC16 pin 7 is 2 kHz.
If the above signal is not detected, check the mark
sensor and mark drive signals.

Place to Check
Program setting (recording
paper)
Mark sensor
P6
REFERENCE

P5-34

P6 pin 4, IC8IC20
REFERENCE P5-2934
IC16 pin 7Mark sensor
REFERENCE P5-34

Maintenance

Date/time changes.
The clock function is performed by lithium battery (BT1) at all times. The
setting of the equipment is backed up for about 5 years, on condition that it
is stored at the room temperature.

Item to Check
Lithium battery
voltage
Control signal

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that the voltage of the lithium battery (BT1) is
+2V or higher. Check also that the battery is properly
mounted to the MAIN BOARD.
Verify that RTCCE, RTCDATA, and RTCCLK
signals on the IC13 do not become fixed at H or L
each time the date/time is changed in the program
settings.

RT1

Place to Check
P5-32

REFERENCE

IC13 pin 11,12,13


REFERENCE P5-32

Buzzer would not sound


Item to Check
Program setting
Buzzer
Buzzer signal

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check the program setting to make sure that the
buzzer is not set to OFF, or the volume is set to
extremely low setting.
Check that the buzzer (Y1) is properly mounted to
the MAIBN BOARD.
With an oscilloscope, observe the potential at IC8
pin 103 while the buzzer is sounding, and make
sure it is not a fixed potential.

Place to Check
Program setting of the buzzer
Y1
REFERENCE P5-29
IC8 pin 103
REFERENCE P5-29

2-9

Chapter 2

Recording paper is fed, but printing and waveform recording are not
performed.
Item to Check
Connector

Power supply

Control signal

Overheat

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Verify that the thermal print head cable is securely
attached to connector P3 on the MAIN BOARD.
Verify also that the soldering of connectors P3 is free
of defect.
Verify that the thermal print head and thermal print
head cable are securely connected and that the
thermal print head cable is not broken.
Verify that pins No. 1213 and 14 of P3 on the
POWER BOARD are supplied with +24 volts during
recording.
When recording, verify that the signals of
[LATCH*] (pin No. 10), [CLOCK] (pin No. 9), and
[STROBE1*-4*] (pins No. 7and8) of P3 on the
MAIN BOARD are not fixed at "H" or "L."
If the above is abnormal, check the signals for IC7B
to IC8, 56-59.
Printing is not performed if the temperature of the
thermal head is 60C or higher.
Check that IC15 pin 7 is not at L level.
Check the maker maintenance status to make sure
that the temperature of the thermal head is not set to
60C or higher.

Place to Check
P3
Thermal print head cable
REFERENCE P5-33

P3 pins 1213and 14
REFERENCE P5-33
P3 pins 7 to 10
IC8pins 56 to59
REFERENCE P5-29,33

IC15 pin 7
Maker maintenance status
REFERENCE P5-33, P3-14

Recording paper is not fed


Item to Check
Connector

Control signal

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that the motor cable is securely connected and
that it is not broken.
While recording, check that a signal is present at P5
pins 1 through 4 on the MAIN BOARD.
Also check that the level is not "L" at Q6 and Q7
pins 3.
If a signal is present, the motor may be faulty.

Place to Check
P5
Motor cable
REFERENCE P5-34
P5
REFERENCE P5-34

A certain lead record appears as a baseline.


Item to Check
Patient cable
OP Amp of ECG
AMP, A/D converter
and limiter

2 - 10

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check the patient cable. for a break and check the
connection staus.
Check that the operation of the OP Amp, IC23 to
IC27, and A/D converter IC37 (which are related to
the baseline lead) and the transistors Q13 to Q21 for
the protection against excess input are not shorted.

Place to Check
Patient cable
IC23 to IC27, IC37,Q13 to
Q21
REFERENCE P5-35,36

Maintenance

All 12-lead patient records appear as baselines.


Item to Check
Control signal

Supply voltage of
ECG AMP
ECG AMP clock
ECG AMP signal

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check that 125kHz rectangular waves are input to
IC20 pin 13.
Check also that reversed rectangular waves are input
to IC20 pin 15.
Power may not be supplied.
See troubleshooting on supply voltage (2-4 and 2-5).
Check that 8MHz rectangular waves are output from
X2 pin 3. If not, X2 may be faulty.
Check that IC38 pins 5 and 7, [RXD] and [TXD], are
not set to H or fixed to L.

Place to Check
IC20 pins 1315
REFERENCE P5-36

REFERENCE

P2-5

X2 pins 3
REFERENCE P5-36
IC38 pins 5 and 7
REFERENCE P5-36
CPLD(IC38) peripheral
circuit

Detection of electrode misposition cannot be led.


Item to Check
Patient signal of ECG
AMP

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Check the signal line (around IC23 and IC24) where
electrode misposition occurred.

Place to Check
Signal lines of ECG AMP
(around IC23 and IC24)
REFERENCE P5-35

Some leads do not detect electrode misposition.


Because of the high impedance circuit structure, the portion of ECG input
that precedes the buffer IC is difficult to measure with an instrument. Thus,
from a time standpoint, it is effective to determine faulty locations by
replacing devices.
Item to Check
OP Amp

Multiplexer

ECG AMP limiter

Method of Checking and Corrective Action


Under the condition where the electrode misposition
occurs (patient cable disconnected, etc.), check that
the output voltage of buffer OP Amp related to the
lead not detecting the electrode misposition (IC23
and IC24) is approximately 2.5V.
Check if the electrode misposition signal is properly
input to IC29.

Place to Check
IC23, IC24
REFERENCE P5-35

Under the condition where the electrode misposition


occurs (patient cable disconnected, etc.), remove the
transistors Q13 to Q21 for the protection against
excess input related to the lead not detecting the
electrode misposition, and check the operation.

Q13 to Q21
REFERENCE P5-35

IC29.
REFERENCE

P5-35

2 - 11

Chapter 2

2 - 12

Chapter

Maintenance
Cleaning ............................................................................................... 3-1
Cleaning the unit ..................................................................... 3-1
Replacing the battery.......................................................................... 3-2
Update of the software........................................................................ 3-4
Self-diagnostics test ........................................................................... 3-5
User self-diagnostics test ........................................................ 3-6
ECG Test Pattern ................................................................ 3-7
Recording Test .................................................................... 3-8
Key Test .............................................................................. 3-9
LCD Test ........................................................................... 3-10
Buzzer Test ....................................................................... 3-11
Manufacturer self-diagnostics test......................................... 3-12
Status Test ........................................................................ 3-14
ECG A/D DATA ................................................................. 3-15
LAN Test ........................................................................... 3-16
Memory Test ..................................................................... 3-17
ROM WRITE Test ............................................................. 3-18
Recorder Test ................................................................... 3-19
Memory initialize ............................................................... 3-21
Update............................................................................... 3-22
Periodical inspections ...................................................................... 3-23
Periodical inspection intervals and precautions .................... 3-23
List of periodical inspection items ......................................... 3-23
Safety inspections (4 items) .................................................. 3-24
Before checking the leakage current ................................ 3-24
Checking the enclosure leakage current
(current that flows from the enclosure to
the earth terminal of the power outlet)............................. 3-25
Checking the patient leakage current I.............................. 3-25
Checking the patient leakage current III............................ 3-25
Checking the patient measurement current ...................... 3-25

Inspection of electrical performance/characteristics ..............3-26


Hardware inspections (10 items) ...........................................3-28
Periodical inspection(2) record........................................................3-30

Chapter 3 Maintenance
Cleaning
Cleaning the unit
Moisten gauze or absorbent cotton with medicinal alcohol or neutral
detergent, and wring tightly; then wipe off the enclosure.

CAUTION
Prevent chemicals and other liquids from getting inside
the unit and connectors. Electrical equipment can short
and get damaged.
z Do not use detergents containing organic solvent,
thinner, toluene, benzene, and similar substances. They
can damage resins. Do not use them.
z Do not use abrasives or chemical cleaners either.
z When using chemical sprays to disinfect entire rooms,
take steps to prevent chemicals from adhering to the
unit's internal components and connectors. Shorting of
electrical parts can cause damage, and poor connections
can cause malfunctions.
z

3-1

Chapter 3

Replacing the battery

DANGER
Before replacing the battery, make sure to turn the power OFF and unplug
the power supply cord from the AC adapter.

1. Turn OFF the main power switch of the unit and unplug the DC plug.
2. Remove the battery compartment cover.

Remove two screws tightening the battery compartment cover at the bottom
of the unit.

BATTERY compartment cover

TER
Y PA
CK

H B
AT

Ni-M

DCIN
18V
LA
M

CO

NT

RA

ST

3. Remove the battery.

Take out the battery cable connector from the power supply terminal
located in the battery compartment. Then, remove the battery.

Battery

Connector

DCIN
18V
LA
M

CO

NT

RA

ST

3-2

Maintenance
4. Install a new battery.

Insert the battery cable connector to the power supply terminal, and place
the battery inside the battery case and mount the battery compartment
cover.

Compartment cover

Ni-MH BATT
ERY PACK

Battery

Connector

DCIN
18V
M

LA

CO

NT

RA

ST

NOTE

If the battery compartment cover does not fit well, reinstall the battery
and battery cable in the battery case.

5. After replacing and charging the battery, disconnect the DC plug, and then
turn ON the main power switch to make sure that the unit starts up normally.

NOTE

Charge the battery first after replacing it. Capacity of the battery
stored for a long time has lowered due to self-discharge.
Depending on the remaining charge of battery, charging may not start.

3-3

Chapter 3

Update of the software


The software can be updated by communication through LAN.
software, it must be installed in the PC in advance.

To update the

1. Connect the LAN port of the equipment and the PC with a LAN cable.

FCP-7101/FX-7102

LAN cable

OP
T/ST
STAR

ID
CANS

EL

SENS
RESE
LEAD
MOD

FCP

-71

ENTE

1mV

E
OFF ) POW
2Sec.
OLD
ON/(stby
OFF:H

ER

01
Main r
Powe

Chan
ge

18V
DCIN

LAM

To LAN port

2. Carry out PROGRAM UPDATE of MAKER MAINTENANCE.


manufacturer self-diagnosis test.)

3-4

(See

Maintenance

Self-diagnostics test
The self-diagnostics test function is classified into two types: user
self-diagnostics test and manufacturer self-diagnostics test.
The user self-diagnostics test is used for a daily check by the user.
The manufacturer self-diagnostics test is used for checking and adjusting
the unit in a production process or during product inspection, and for the
maintenance by the manufacturer.
To carry out the manufacturer self-diagnostics, the password must be
entered.
Push the [MODE] button
and select [SET UP].
ECG mode

SET UP screen
[MODE]
Select [MAINITENANCE]

[MODE]

SET UP MODE
MAINTENANCE
screen

[POWER]

Select MAKERMAINTENANCE
and enter Password.

POWER OFFstatus

MAKER MAINITENANCE
screen

Select [POWEROFF!!!].

3-5

Chapter 3

User self-diagnostics test


Push the [MODE] key and select [SET UP] using the [] key. Push the
[] key to display the pull-down menu. Select [MAINTENANCE] from
the menu using the [ ] [ ] key. Then push the [ENTER] key, and the
[SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen is displayed. Select a
desired user self-diagnostic menu using the [ ] [ ] key, and a
corresponding diagnosis screen is displayed.

The following user self-diagnostic test menus are available.


ECG TEST PATTERN
RECORDING TEST
KEY TEST
LCD TEST
BUZZER TEST
Push the [MODE] key to return to the SETUP pull-down menu selection
screen.

3-6

Maintenance

ECG Test Pattern


This section explains how to select the built-in electrocardiogram (ECG) test pattern
waveform to use during an operation check or demonstration.
1. Select [ECG TEST PATTERN] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)]
screen, and the ECG TEST PATTERN selection screen is displayed.

2. Select a desired test pattern using the [] or the [] key, and push the
[MODE] key to return to the inspection.
3. The following test patterns are available.
Pattern

Description
Test pattern waveform is invalidated.

Normal pattern waveform

Irregular heartbeat pattern PVC

NOTE

Since test pattern information is not backed up, [NONE] is always


selected at the time of power ON.

3-7

Chapter 3

Recording Test
This test is performed to check the recording status.
1. Select [RECORDING TEST] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen,
and the diagnosis screen is displayed.

Push the [MODE] key to return to the

SETUP pull-down menu selection screen.

2. Push the [START/STOP] key to start a recording test.

Press the

[START/STOP] key once again to stop the recording test.


3. Push the [START/STOP] key, and the format shown by Fig. 1 is printed at the
transfer speed of 5mm/sec, 10mm/sec, 12.5mm/sec, 25mm/sec and
50mm/sec in that order.

The format shown by Fig. 2 is then printed at the

transfer speed of 50mm/sec.

NOTE

The recording test in progress is discontinued when the [START/STOP]


key is pressed. If the [START/STOP] key is not pressed, the total
recording test terminates when the recording of diagonal line format
(25mm/sec.) is completed.

Current date and time


15mm

5sec

1sec

15mm

15mm

10mm
60
Name of equipment
Fig1

3-8

Software version
Fig2

Maintenance

Key Test
This test is performed to check the key operation.
1. Select [KEY TEST] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen, and
Push [START/STOP] 2 times message appears.

Push the [MODE] key to

return to the SETUP pull-down menu selection screen.


2. Press the [START/STOP] key twice, and the key test window appears and the
key test is started.

3. Push a key on the operation panel, and the pushed key is highlighted on the
LCD.

NOTE

Push the [START/STOP] key twice to terminate the key test.


Press down the [POWER] key during the key test to turn off the power.

3-9

Chapter 3

LCD Test
This test is performed to check the LCD for missing dots, its gradation, etc.
1. Select [LCD TEST] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen, and the
diagnosis screen is displayed.

Push the [MODE] key to return to the SETUP

pull-down menu selection screen.


2. Push the [START/STOP] key to start the LCD test.

The screen returns to the

[SET UP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen on termination of LCD display.

3 - 10

Maintenance

Buzzer Test
This test is performed to check the tone, volume, etc. of the speaker.
1. Select [BUZZER TEST] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)] screen, and
the diagnosis screen is displayed.

Push the [MODE] key to return to the

SETUP pull-down menu selection screen.

Push the [ENTER] key, and the buzzer sounds.

Press the [ENTER] key once

again to stop the buzzer sound.


3

By pushing the [ ] [ ] key while the buzzer is sounding, the tone can be
changed arbitrarily.

3 - 11

Chapter 3

Manufacturer self-diagnostics test


Select [MAKER MAINTENANCE] on the [SETUP MODE
(MAINTENANCE)] screen and enter the password, and the [MAKER
MAINTENANCE] screen is displayed. Manufacturer self-diagnostic test
can be performed on this screen. Manufacturer self-diagnostic test is
usually performed by the personnel of the manufacturer in charge of
maintenance. The following tests can be performed as manufacturer
self-diagnostic tests.
STATUS TEST
ECG A/D DATA
LAN TEST
MEMORY TEST
ROM WRITE TEST
RECORDER TEST
ROM INITIALIZE
PROGRAM UPDATE
Enter the password as follows.
1. Select [MAKER MAINTENANCE] on the [SETUP MODE (MAINTENANCE)]
screen, and the following screen is displayed.

Push the [MODE] key to return

to the SETUP pull-down menu selection screen.

3 - 12

Maintenance

2. Enter the password (9001) using the up/down/right/left key and push the
[ENTER] key, and the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen appears, allowing
you to perform manufacturer self-diagnostic test. Select a desired diagnostic
item to go to the corresponding diagnosis screen.

3. Push [POWER OFF!!!], and the ECG is turned off and the manufacturer
self-diagnostic test is terminated.

NOTE

You cannot return to the ECG mode screen in MAKER MAINTENANCE


mode. To go to the ECG mode screen, turn off the power by selecting
[POWER OFF!!!] and start the equipment once again..

3 - 13

Chapter 3

Status Test
This test is performed to check the function of displaying each status of the hardware.
1. Select [STATUS TEST] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the
following screen is displayed.

2. The following status information is displayed in [STATUS TEST].


Thermal head temperature
Lithium battery voltage
Battery voltage
Battery temperature
Mark sensor voltage
Sensor voltage for detection of paper out
Recorder status (magazine up)

3 - 14

Maintenance

ECG A/D DATA


The data (A/D value) input to ECG AMP can be displayed.

1. Press the [] or the [] key to switch channels.

3 - 15

Chapter 3

LAN Test
This test is performed to check the function of the LAN.
1. Select [LAN TEST] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the following
screen is displayed.

2. Using the [], [], [ ], or the [ ] key, enter the IP address of the ECG and
that of the HOST.
3. Connect the LAN cable to the LAN port and push the [START/STOP] key, and
the LAN test is started.
4. Push the [START/STOP] key once again to terminate the LAN test.

3 - 16

Maintenance

Memory Test
This test is performed to check the read/write status of the SDRAM.
1. Select [MEMORY TEST] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the
following screen is displayed.

2. Push the [START/STOP] key to start the memory test.


3. Push the [START/STOP] key once again to terminate the memory test.

3 - 17

Chapter 3

ROM WRITE Test


Read/write test of FLASH ROM can be performed.
1. Select [ROM WRITE TEST] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the
following screen appears.

2. Push the [START/STOP] key to start the ROM WRITE TEST.


3. Push the [START/STOP] key once again to exit the ROM WRITE TEST.

3 - 18

Maintenance

Recorder Test
The recorder test is a function of checking the thermal head for missing dots and
verifying the printing condition.
1. Select [RECORDER TEST] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the
following screen is displayed.

2. Select the pattern to be printed using the right/left key.


Pattern

Process
Prints dot pattern.

Prints rectangular waveforms in the format shown by Fig.3.

Prints diagonal lines in the format shown by Fig. 4.

1ch

15mm

3ch

15mm

10mm
Fig. 3

60
Fig. 4

3 - 19

Chapter 3

3. Push the [START/STOP] key to start a recorder test.

Select transfer speed

using the right/left key while printing is underway.


5mm/S

10mm/S

12.5mm/S

25mm/S

50mm/S

4. Push the [START/STOP] key once again to terminate the recorder test.

3 - 20

Maintenance

Memory Initialize
The embedded memory can be initialized following the procedure shown below.
1. Select [ROM INITIALIZE] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and the
following screen is displayed.

2. Push the [START/STOP] key to start initializing the embedded memory.


3. On completion of initialization of the embedded memory, Rom memory
initialization completed message appears.

Note

Once the embedded memory is initialized, the data cannot be restored.

3 - 21

Chapter 3

Update
The software installed in the ECG can be updated following the procedure shown below.
1. Select [PROGRAM UPDATE] on the [MAKER MAINTENANCE] screen, and
the following screen is displayed.

2. Enter the IP address of the ECG and that of the HOST, using the [], [], [ ],
or the [ ] key.
3. Press the [ENTER] key, and then select software with the [ID] key according to
the destination by referring to the following table.
Name of software file to be updated
FX7102EN.BIN
FX7102CN.BIN
FX7102JP.BIN

Destination
General export
China
Within Japan

4. Connect the LAN cable to the LAN port and push the [START/STOP] key, and
the UPDATE is started.

3 - 22

Note

To update the software, the environment where LAN can be connected


is required.

Note

On completion of updating, the ECG is automatically reset.

Maintenance

Periodical inspections
To maintain the unit's functions and performance, periodical inspections are
required.
The inspections explained in this section should be performed by service
representatives who have sufficient technical knowledge.

Periodical inspection intervals and precautions


Inspection item
Periodical inspection interval
Precautions before inspection

Precautions after inspection


Measuring device used for
inspection

Description
Periodical inspection should be performed at least
once a year.
Simplified circuits that are used to measure protective
earth resistance are illustrated; however, fire, electric
shock, and other hazards accompany the manufacture
and use of such circuits. Handle with care.
After the inspection is completed, clean each part.
Electronic voltmeter or digital voltmeter

List of periodical inspection items


Inspection item
Safety inspection

Inspection of
electrical performance/
characteristics

Hardware inspection

Description
Enclosure leakage current inspection
Patient leakage current I inspection
Patient leakage current III inspection
Patient measurement current inspection
Sensitivity
Time constant (AMP)
Frequency characteristic
Control of in-phase signal
Counter electrode voltage
Internal noise
Recording sensitivity
Patient cable/connecting cable inspection
Limb electrode/chest electrode inspection
Recording paper/Keratin cream inspection
Operation Manual inspection
Trolley/cord hanger inspection (if any)
Enclosure inspection
Rating label inspection
Switch inspection
Power supply fuse inspection
Recorder inspection
Electrode inspection

3 - 23

Chapter 3

Safety inspections (4 items)


To assure safety of medical equipment, testing methods and measurement
equipment are prescribed in the safety test standards with respect to leakage
current that affects human body. To perform inspections, make the setting
and pass/fail evaluation using a leakage current gauge that meets the
requirements for measurement of medical equipment.

WARNING
If, during a safety inspection, a value that exceeds the allowable limit is
detected, immediately stop using the unit and replace the defective part or
make proper repairs. Otherwise a serious accident may result.

Before checking the leakage current


There are a number of conditions for measuring leakage current. Adopt
the maximum value obtained as measurement value.
It is also very important to compare the obtained value with past
measurement values to confirm that no significant difference is observed.
To measure the leakage current, use a leakage current gauge provided with
human body simulation impedance (network) as shown below.

Measure the voltage at both ends of the human body simulation impedance,
and substitute the obtained value into the following formula to obtain
current value.
Measured voltage (V)
1000

= Measured current (mA)

About leakage current gauge


Since leakage current has significant effect on human body, testing methods,
performance of measuring instrument, value limit of leakage current, etc.
are specified by various laws and standards. Use a measuring instrument
conforming to IEC 60601-1, which is standard specification of electrical
appliances for medical application, to measure the leakage current of this
instrument.

3 - 24

Maintenance

Checking the enclosure leakage current (current that flows from the
enclosure to the earth terminal of the power outlet)
Measurement condition of the enclosure leakage current
It is required to measure the enclosure leakage current under two
conditions: normal condition and single fault condition.
Judgment criteria
Normal state
Single fault condition

0.1 mA or lower
0.5 mA or lower

Checking the patient leakage current I


Measurement condition of the patient leakage current
It is required to measure the patient leakage current in two conditions:
normal condition and single fault condition.
Judgment criteria
Normal state
Single fault condition

0.01 mA or lower
0.05 mA or lower

Checking the patient leakage current III


Measurement condition of the patient leakage current
Since the patient leakage current is measured with polarity of the power
supply in single fault condition changed, measurement must be made twice
to obtain the values under all conditions.
Judgment criterion
Single fault condition

0.05 mA or lower

Checking the patient measurement current


Measurement condition of the patient measurement current
It is required to measure the patient measurement current in two conditions:
normal condition and single fault condition.
Judgment criteria
Normal condition
Single fault condition

0.01 mA or lower
0.05 mA or lower

3 - 25

Chapter 3

Inspection of electrical performance/characteristics


1.Sensitivity
(1)
Check that the recorded amplitude is within 100.2 mm after 1 mV
of voltage is added to the unit by the standard voltage generator.
(2)
Change the sensitivity selector switch to 1/2, 1/4, and 2, and check
that standard sensitivity is within 5%.
2.Time constant
Apply 1 mV of standard voltage and check that it takes from 3.2 to 3.84
seconds for the amplitude (of the wave 3.2 seconds after dropping
exponentially) to reach 37% of the amplitude obtained after the standard
voltage is added (after 0.04 seconds).
3.Frequency characteristics
Using a sine wave generator, add sine wave voltage to the input of the
Electrocardiograph via 27 k of resistance.
Equating 100% to a 10-mm amplitude at 10 Hz for the test voltage, check
that 0.14 Hz to 75 Hz is at least 90%, 150 Hz is at least 70%, and 0.05 Hz
to 150 Hz is within the range of 70% to 105%.
4. Common mode rejection
In the measurement circuit shown below, set the sensitivity to 2, open S1,
and close the other switches; then, while switching the lead, record the
fluctuation. Repeat this until Sn, measure the maximum fluctuation, and
check that the fluctuation on the recording paper is 4.0 mmp-p or less.
S1
100p

C
Sine wave
generator
for testing
(20Vrms)

C1

S2
R

L
F
C1

Sn

Electrocardiography

C6

Ground potential
R

C2

3 - 26

Protective shield

R=51K
C=0.047pF
C1+C2=100pF

Maintenance

5.Counter electrode voltage


(1)
Check that the change in the recorded sensitivity is within 5%
when 550 mV of DC voltage is imposed to the input of the
Electrocardiograph.
(2)
Check that the change in the recorded sensitivity is within 5%
when 550 mV of DC voltage is imposed between the two input
terminals of the Electrocardiograph and the RF(N) electrode fitting.
6.Internal noise
Make shortcircuited the each terminal of all input terminals with the
parallel impedance with 51k and 47nF. Place the baseline at the center
at each lead selection position, set the sensitivity to 2, and record the noise.
Check that the size of the noise on the recorded line is 0.4 mmp-p or
smaller at random 0.2-second intervals.
7.Recording speed
Connect a clock that provides the unit with signal voltage at 1-second
intervals, and record the pulse waveform. Check that the error in transfer
speed at speeds of 5mm/sec, 10 mm/sec, 12.5mm/sec, 25 mm/sec, and 50
mm/sec is within 3%.

3 - 27

Chapter 3

Hardware inspections (10 items)

WARNING
If, during a hardware inspection, you notice damage or other abnormality,
immediately stop using the given unit; then replace the defective part,
replenish, or make proper repairs.
Failure to repair the unit can lead to a serious accident.
Do not replace the part nor carry out refilling or the like but change the
hardware (MAIN BOARD, for ex.) found faulty. If the trouble cannot be
remedied by replacing any part, for example, the guarantee clause of the
supplier will nopushply to the relevant hardware.

Checking the patient cable/connecting cable


Description
Check the patient cable/connecting cable for open circuit, the covered area
for damage, and the connector pins for interference/rust/contamination.
Checking the limb electrode/chest electrode
Description
Check for adherence of dust and rust.
Checking the recording paper/Keratin cream
Description
Check that they are set correctly.
Checking the operation manual
Description
Check that it is stored in the correct place without any damage.
Checking the trolley/cord hanger (if any)
Description
Check that trolley body's installation status, trolley's exterior, casters' status,
and cord hanger's exterior, and also check the mounting screws for
looseness.
Checking the enclosure
Description
Check the enclosure of the unit for flaws, cracks, deformation, rust, and
other exterior defects.
Checking the rating label
Description
Check the rating label for separation, cleanliness, legibility, and other
exterior defects.

3 - 28

Maintenance

Checking the switches


Description
Check for unsmooth operation, damage, and rattling.
Checking the recorder
Description
Check that recording operation is smoothly performed and no abnormal
noise exists.
Checking the electrodes
Description
Check the electrodes for corrosion, and their chip-mounting area for wear,
safety defects, malfunctional operation, and damage.

3 - 29

Chapter 3

Periodical inspection(2) record

Mechanical

Visual inspection

Item

Description

1. Power supply cord, patient cable, etc.


Cables
2. Limb electrode, chest electrode, etc.
Electrodes
3. Recording paper/Keratin cream
Consumables
Accessories 4. Operation Manual
5. Trolley/cord hanger, etc.
1. Flaws/cracks/deformation/rust on
enclosure
Appearance
2. Peel-off or dirt on rating label or panel
3. Key
1. Key
Main unit
2. Recorder
1. Power supply cord, patient cable
Accessories
2. Electrodes

Manufacturer self-diagnostics

1. Status

2. LAN
3. Memory
Performance

4. ROM
5. Recorder adjustment

6. Power OFF
Cleaning and
disinfection

3 - 30

1. Cleaning, disinfection, pasteurization,


and sterilization

Procedure/measurement value
Acceptance standard

Judgement

Any flaws or damages?


Any contamination or rust adhered?
Correctly set?
Stored in a correct place?

OKNG
OKNG
OKNG
OKNG

Any damages?

OKNG

Any damages?

OKNG

Display visible?
Any damages?
Smoothly move?
Smoothly move? Any abnormal noise?
Any rattling?
Any problem in connection?
Are thermal head temperature, lithium
battery voltage, mark sensor status, and
recording paper detection operation
normal in the status test?
Is LAN communication normal?
Any abnormality on pass and error
counts?
Is write to ROM normal?

OKNG
OKNG
OKNG
OKNG
OKNG
OKNG

Is the location of thermal print head


correct when recorder is moved?
Does pressing of the ENTER key
normally turn off the power?

OKNG

OKNG
OKNG
OKNG
OKNG

OKNG
OKNG

Remarks
(Repair
required

Item

Maintenance

(Acceptance
standard)

Description
1. Enclosure leakage Normal condition
current
Single fault condition
2. Patient leakage
current I

Electric performance/characteristics inspection

3. Patient leakage
current III

Remarks
Measurement
Judgement (Repair
value
required

(0.1m or less)

mA

OKNG

(0.5mA or less)

mA

OKNG

Normal condition

(0.01mA or less)

mA

OKNG

Single fault condition

(0.05mA or less)

mA

OKNG

Single fault condition

(0.05mA or less)

mA

OKNG

4. Patient
measurement
current (AC)

Normal condition

(0.01mA or less)

mA

OKNG

Single fault condition

(0.05mA or less)

mA

OKNG

1. Sensitivity

(Standard sensitivity) 1

(100.2 mm or less)

mm

OKNG

1/2

(5 mm5% or less)

mm

OKNG

1/4

(2.5 mm5% or less)

mm

OKNG

(20 mm5% or less)

mm

OKNG

37%

(3.2 to 3.84 sec.)

sec

OKNG

2. Time constant
3. Frequency
characteristics

10Hz
10mm
amplitude
100

0.14Hz

(90 or more)

OKNG

75Hz

(90 or more)

OKNG

150Hz

(70 or more)

OKNG

All bonds

(105 or less)

OKNG

4. Common mode
rejection

60 Hz, 20 V, RMS sine wave,


sensitivity 2

P-P or less
( 4atmm
sensitivity 2 )

5. Counter electrode
voltage

550 mV imposed DC voltage

(10 mm5 or less)

6. Internal noise
27k input short, sensitivity 2
7. Recording speed

0.4 mm P-P or less


at sensitivity 2

Date inspected

(Noise : 20 V or less)

OKNG
OKNG

OKNG
mm

5 mm/s

(3 or less)

OKNG

10 mm/s

(3 or less)

OKNG

12.5 mm/s

(3 or less)

OKNG

25 mm/s

(3 or less)

OKNG

50 mm/s

(3 or less)

OKNG

Overall judgement

Machine type
Location installed

mm

OKNG

Model

Serial No.
Date purchased

Inspector

Approval

3 - 31

Chapter 3

3 - 32

Chapter

Disassembly
Removing the LCD ..................................................................... 4-1
Removing the enclosure cover ................................................. 4-2
Removing the recorder unit ...................................................... 4-3
Removing the main board ......................................................... 4-4

Disassembly

Removing the LCD


1. Press the magazine open button and remove the paper magazine.

Paper magazine

arge
Ch

/O
N

(s

tb F
y)

Mainwer
Po

PO
O
W
FF
ER
:H
O
LD
2s
ec
.

10

P-7

E
N
TE
R

R
E
S
E
T

S
E
N
S
E
S
TA
R
T/S
TO
P

C
A
N
C
E
L

ID

LE
AD

1m
V

FC

Magazine open button

2. Remove the mounting screws (four).


Mounting screw

Ni-M
HB
ATTE
RY P
ACK
DCIN
18V
LA
M

CO

NT

RA

ST

3. Open the top cover.


4. Remove the nuts (three) fastening the LCD.
5. Lift the LCD and remove the shield plate placed under the LCD.

4 -1

Chapter 4

6. Remove the LCD cable connected to connector P1.


Nut

LCD module

LCD cable
Shield plate

LAM

DCIN
18V

P1

Removing the enclosure cover


1. Remove the LCD

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures, see page4-1, Removing the LCD.

2. Remove the KEY cable connected to connector P2.


Enclosure cover

Key cable
P2

LAM

4 -2

DCIN
18V

Disassembly

Removing the Recorder unit


1. Remove the LCD.

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures,see page4-1Removing the LCD.

2. Remove the enclosure cover.

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures, see page4-2Removing the


enclosure cover.

3. Remove the cables connected to connectors P3, P4, P5 and P6.


4. Remove the ferrite core from the core fixture attached to the lower case.
5. Remove the mounting screws (two) of the recorder unit.
6. Move the recorder unit slightly to the right and remove it.
Screw
Recorder unit

Ferrite core

P4

P3

P5
P6
Core fixture attached

LAM

DCIN
18V

4 -3

Chapter 4

Removing the main board

CAUTION
To prevent damage by static electricity,eliminate static electricity from
your body before touching the board.

1. Remove the LCD

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures,see page 4-1 Removing the LCD.

2. Remove the enclosure cover.

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures, see page 4-2 Removing the


enclosure cover.

3. Remove the recorder unit.

REFERENCE

For details on removing procedures,see page 4-3 Removing the


recorder unit.

4. Remove the hexagon support (three) and the mounting screw (one) fastening
the MAIN BOARD.
5. Remove the MAIN BOARD.
Hexagon support

Mounting screw
Main board

CAUTION
If the battery is installed, make sure to remove it in advance.
Otherwise the MAIN BOARD cannot be removed.

4 -4

Chapter

Electric Circuit Diagrams


Overall block diagram of unit (AC adaptor not included) ................ 5-1
MAIN BOARD block diagram ..................................................... 5-3
MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) circuit .............................................. 5-5
1.Digital logic block ................................................................. 5-5
CPU section........................................................................ 5-5
FPGA section...................................................................... 5-5
Memory section .................................................................. 5-6
KEY I/F section ................................................................... 5-8
Thermal head control section.............................................. 5-9
Real time clock ................................................................. 5-10
Reset circuit section.......................................................... 5-11
Sensor control section ...................................................... 5-12
Motor control section......................................................... 5-13
LCD voltage generating section ........................................ 5-14
2.ECG AMP block ................................................................. 5-15
3.Power supply block ............................................................ 5-16
Power voltage generating section ..................................... 5-17
Battery charging section ................................................... 5-20
Power control section........................................................ 5-21
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) circuit .............................................. 5-22
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) circuit ...................................... 5-23
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951) circuit ....................................... 5-23
AC adaptor block diagram................................................................ 5-24
MAIN BOARD Circuit Diagrams (PCB-6950) ................................... 5-25
Power connection table No.1.................................................... 5-25
Power connection table No.2.................................................... 5-26
POWER /CAPACITOR/REST IC/CLOCK
LCD POWER block .................................................................. 5-27
CPU block ................................................................................ 5-28
FPGA block .............................................................................. 5-29
MEMORY block ........................................................................ 5-30
LAN CONTROL block............................................................... 5-31
LCD I/F / RTC / LED block ....................................................... 5-32
THERMAL I/F block.................................................................. 5-33

SENSOR I/F /MAGAZIN UP SENSOR I/F


MOTOR I/F /JTAG I/F block ..................................................5-34
ECG AMP block
(Differential amplification, multiplexer section) ......................5-35
ECG AMP block (ADC,CPLD and POWER section) .............5-36
MAIN POWER SUPPLY +24V block .....................................5-37
CHARGE block .....................................................................5-38
+5V /+3.3V /+1.8V Power generation block ..........................5-39
POWER STATUS block.........................................................5-40
POWER / CHARGE ERROR block .......................................5-41
+3.3VSTB / +1.8V POWER ON RESET block ......................5-42
BATTERY ON CONTROL / THERMAL POWER
GENERATION BLOCK .........................................................5-43
POWER-MAIN I / F block......................................................5-44
POWER ON / OFF CONTROL block ....................................5-45
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949)...................................................................5-46
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) ...........................................................5-47
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951)............................................................5-48

Chapter 5 Electric Circuit Diagrams


Overall block diagram of unit (AC adaptor not included)
The FCP-7101/FX-7102 is equipped with the following four boards.
1.MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950)
2.KEY BOARD (PCB-6949)
3.SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948)
4.MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951)
The MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) amplifies the ECG signals input from patient connectors
at the ECG AMP block, and after AD conversion, performs various processing,
measurements and analyses such as ECG display, recording, checking for arrhythmia and
R-R intervals.
The KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) is equipped with keys (switches) for operating this
instrument. Various operations can be carried out from the key board. It is also equipped
with the LED that indicates the operation status of the power supply (AC or DC) and the
charging status of the battery.
The SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) is equipped with a sensor for detecting the mark
position of Z-fold recording paper (OP-122TE, OP-123TE) and a sensor for judging the
presence of recording paper.
The MAG UP SENSOR (PCB-6951) is equipped with a switch for detecting the
open/close status of the magazine.
AC ADAPTER

OPERATION PANEL UNIT


LCD

PATIENT
CONNECTOR

KEY BOARD
(PCB-6949)

MAIN BOARD
(PCB-6950)
LOGIC BLOCK

MOTOR

THERMAL
HEAD

ECG AMP
BLOCK

SENSOR
BOARD
(PCB-6948)

POWER SUPPLY
BLOCK

MAG UP
SENSORBOARD
(PCB-6951)

RECODER UNIT

5-1

5-2

Electric Circuit Diagrams

MAIN BOARD block diagram

Power Supply
FROM AC ADAPTER
+18V

CPU

MMU

Super H
CPU Core

+18V

(SH7727)
Cache
16kByte

32MHz

+18V+24V DC/DC

CKIO

+24V
+24V+3.3V DC/DC

DMAC

+24V+5V DC/DC

INTC

H-UDI

KEY

CPG

+5.0V

KEY INPUT
BSC

+3.3V

SIGNAL

+5V+1.8V DC/DC

Peripheral bus

controller

TIMER

Arbitration

+1.8V

Battery (External)

Battery charging circuit

RTC
RTC-4574SA

Patient cable

RESET IC
M62733ML

LCD
CONTROLLER

RESET SIGNAL

XTAL
MG5100SA-F

NiMH

ADC

LBSC

LCD
(5.7 inch,
Black and white)

32MHz
20MHz

FPGA(XC2S100E-6TQ144C)

ECG DATA
Electrode off detection

THERMAL
I/F

THERMAL(56mm)
+24V

SENSOR
MAG UP

THERMAL
BUFFER/
SENSOR I/F

THERMAL DATA
STROBE DATA
MARK SENSOR DETECT

SENSOR
I/F

CPU
I/F

PTU

FLASH ROM 8MB


(4/8/16MB also
mountable)
SDRAM 16MB
(8/16/32MB also
mountable)

Address bus data

AMP
I/F

ECG AMP BLOCK

CKIO
MOTOR
I/F
+24V

20MHz

LANC
LAN91C96

LAN

MOTOR

5-3

5-4

Electric Circuit Diagrams

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950) circuit


The main board consists of the following major circuit blocks.
1. Digital logic block
2. ECG AMP block
3. Power supply block
1. Digital logic block
CPU section
The CPU adopting SH7727 carries out processing for basic operations of
ECG such as display of ECG waveforms and recording. It also monitors
the voltage of the backup battery and the temperature of the thermal head,
and performs processing related to the mark sensor. The CPU carries out
various other operations such as address bus control, data bus control, and
peripheral device control in accordance with the settings of the software.
FPGA section
The FPGA performs the following control operations.

ECG control

Various types of timing control

Thermal control

Motor control

Buzzer control

5-5

MEMORY section
The memory section uses a flash ROM and a SDRAM.
The flash ROM adopting TE28F640J3A-120 (64Mbits) is used for program
storing, function setting storing, and also used as waveform work area.
The SDRAM adopting PD45128163G5-A75-9JF (128Mbits) is used for
program storing and as waveform work area.

AB[1..23]

AB[1..23]

(5,7)

FLASH ROM
(5,7)

AB[1..15]

SDRAM

32M/64M/128M
Intel Strate Frash

AB[1..23]

64M/128M/256M

IC11

(3,4,5,8,21)

FROMCS_L
RD_L
WR0_L
FROMWR_L
RESET_L

JP25

14
2
29
54
55

0F
JP28

+3.3V

31
16

BYTE#
RP#

21
48

+3.3V

Vpen
STS

E28F640J3A-120

43
C145
0.01UFFZ

42

+3.3V
15
53

DG

AB14

JP26
0F

DG

GND

JP27

256M

+3.3V

9
37
C143
C144
0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ

GND
GND

64M/128M
AB13

C194
1.0UF/16V(T)3

JP26 JP27
SHORT
OPEN

JP29 JP30
OPEN
SHORT

(4,5)
(4)

RDWR_L
SDRAMCS_L

(4)
(4,7)

WR0_L
WR1_L

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4,5)

RAS3_L
CAS_L
CKE
CKIO

SDRAM TYPE
64M/128M
256M

AB14

JP29

AB15

JP30

0F

IC12
AB1
AB2
AB3
AB4
AB5
AB6
AB7
AB8
AB9
AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
40

20
21
16
19
15
39
18
17
37
38

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
NC
NC

BS0
BS1
WE
CS
LDQM
UDQM
RAS
CAS
CKE
CLK

DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15

2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
42
44
45
47
48
50
51
53

DA0
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
DA9
DA10
DA11
DA12
DA13
DA14
DA15
+3.3V

Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
Vss
Vss
Vss
Vccq
Vccq
Vccq
Vccq
Vssq
Vssq
Vssq
Vssq

1
14
27
28
41
54
3
9
43
49
6
12
46
52

Vccq

DA0
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
DA9
DA10
DA11
DA12
DA13
DA14
DA15
2

CE0
CE1
CE2
OE#
WE#

Vcc
Vcc

33
35
38
40
44
46
49
51
34
36
39
41
45
47
50
52

+
C146
0.01UFFZ

FROM WR
MODE
NORMAL
JTAG

DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15

+3.3V
+
C147
0.01UFFZ

UPD45128163G5-A75-9JF
DG

5-6

C173
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

DG
2

(4)
(4,5)
(4)
(10)

JP28
OPEN
SHORT

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
NC
NC

JP25
SHORT
OPEN

32
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
20
19
18
17
13
12
11
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
1
30
56

DG
AB1
AB2
AB3
AB4
AB5
AB6
AB7
AB8
AB9
AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13
AB14
AB15
AB16
AB17
AB18
AB19
AB20
AB21
AB22
AB23

C172
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

Electric Circuit Diagrams

LAN CONTROLLER section

D[0..15]

AB23

R218

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
(4)
(4)

LANCE1_L
LANCE2_L

(5)
(4,6)
(4)
(4)
(4)

RD_LAN_L
WR1_L
WR2_L
WR3_L
LANWAIT_L

(4)

LANIRQ_L

(3)

RESET

(3)

LAN_CLK

51F
R455
R456
R457
R458
R459
R460
R461
R462
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R452
R453
R454

R220

51F
R472

R237

51F

55
56
57
58
60
61
62
63
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

47
24
52
51
25
49
50
53
23
18
17
20
21

51F

65
20MHz

94
95

71
79
89
AVDD
AVDD
AVDD

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD

A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18

RECP
RECN
COLP
COLN
TXP
TXN
EEDI
EEDO
EECS
EESK

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

ENEEP
EN16
IOS0
IOS1
IOS2
ROM
XENDEC
PWRDWN

70
69
67
68
83
82
81
80
77
76
3
2
4
5

AGL

1
91
96
97
99
93
90
66

61.9F

R468

422F

R467

61.9F

R469

422F

R471
1.2KF

T2

16

14

15

T3

R465
300F

R464
300F

+3.3V

TRANSMIT

11

RECEIVE

10

3
DLW31SN222SQ2

T4

2
3

DLW31SN222SQ2

PE-65421

2
LED6
SML-210MT

FWE
FCS

R466

R463
300F

DG

CE1
CE2
REG
OE
WE
IORD
IOWR
WAIT
IOCS16
INPACK
IREQ
INTR2
INTR3

2
LED7
SML-210MT

37
39

2
LED8
SML-210MT

TRANSMIT

J2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

TXD+
TXDRXD+
NC
NC
RXDNC
NC

FRAME
FRAME
FRAME
FRAME

NC
NC
NC
NC

TM11R-5C-88

+3.3V

R445
680F

RECEIVE
1

R443
680F

LINK
1

R444
680F

RESET
NF3
RCCA-201Q31UA

XTAL1
XTAL2

+3.3V
R442
10KF
(4)

TXLED
RXLED
BSELED
LNKLED

85
84
75
73
72
74

AB16_LAN

40
41
42
43
44
45
46

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

TPERXP
TPERXN
TPETXP
TPETXN
TPETXDP
TPETXDN

DG

LANPWDOWN_L

RBIAS

NF1
RCCA-201Q31UA

88
R470
12KF

R22
10KF

C331
C332
0.01uFBJ 0.01uFBJ

AB16_LAN
D[0..15]

R184
R185
R186
R199
R206
R214
R215

IC55
LAN91C96

(5)
(4,5,6)

AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13
AB14
AB15

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9

AB9

26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

AGND
AGND
AGND

AB[9..23]

AA0
AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8
R182 51F

AGL

78
86
87

AB[1..23]

DG

AA[0..8]

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

(5,6)

AA[0..23]

6
16
22
29
54
64
92
100

(5,6)

11
19
38
48
59
98

The LAN controller section controls LAN. LAN is used to transmit


waveforms recorded with this instrument to outside and when updating the
software.

DG

AGL

LAN

LCD I/F section


The section interfaces with signals to be displayed on the LCD through a
buffer.

+5V
IC70 HD74ACT244
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

LCD0
LCD1
LCD2
LCD3
DON
FLM
CL1
CL2

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19

(3)
(3)

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4

1Y1
1Y2
1Y3
1Y4
2Y1
2Y2
2Y3
2Y4

1G*
2G*

VCC
GND

18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3
20
10

R240
R241
R246
R242
R247
R243

22F
22F
22F
22F
22F
22F

L3
L4
L9
L5
L17
L6

BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D

R244
R245

22F
22F

L7
L8

BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D

+5V

VEE
CONTRAST
C335
0.1uFFZ

P1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

LCD I/F

00 6207 33 29 14 000
DG

DG

5-7

KEY I/F section


The section interfaces with signals input from the keys on the operation
panel and buttery control signals.

(21)

POW
D8
1
R1881.0KF DG

1mV_KEY_L

+3.3V
D9

RM3
EXBD10C103J

R1891.0KF DG

LEFT_KEY_L

+3.3VSTB

(4)

+3.3V
1PS302
2

6
1

(4)

+3.3V
1PS302
2

1
RIGHT_KEY_L

(4)

R1901.0KF DG
+3.3V
D11 1PS302
2

1
R1911.0KF DG

RESET_KEY_L

(4)

+3.3V
D12 1PS302
2

L10
L11
L16
L12
L13
L14
L15
L35
L28

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D
BLM18RK102SN1D

R1921.0KF DG

MODE_KEY_L

(4)

P2

5
7
4
8
9
3
10
2

+3.3V
D10 1PS302
2

+3.3V
D13 1PS302
2

1
R1931.0KF DG

START_KEY_L

(4)

KEY I/F

+3.3V
D57 1PS302
2

1
R9

SENSE_KEY_L

1.0KF DG
3

(4)

+3.3V
D58 1PS302
2

1
R74 1.0KF DG

ID_KEY_L

(4)

R252

VIN

CHARGE_ON

15KF

R258

7.15KF

R259

7.15KF

R260

4.3KF

R261

4.3KF

Q11
DTC124EUA
3

Q12
DTC124EUA
3

(20)

DG

BATT_ERR_ON

(20)

DG

5-8

15KF

R253

DF20G-20DP-1V
DG

Electric Circuit Diagrams

Thermal head control section


The thermal head control section outputs thermal head signals from the
FPGA to the thermal head. A buffer for level conversion and R and L are
connected as filters to each signal line. The section is also provided with a
circuit that generates overheat detection signals to prevent overheating of
the thermal head.

+5V
R83
20KF
THERMAL_TEMP
+5V

+5V

OVH_L

+3.3V
R25
10KF

(5)

C59
0.1uFFZ
DG

C60
0.1uFFZ

DG

STRB

+5V
IC20D

R248

22F

12

20 10
20 10

R28
10KF
THM_DATA

DG

THERMAL I/F
P3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

IC20B

R250

22F

R251

22F

L19
BLM18RK102SN1D

IC20A
18

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

L18
BLM18RK102SN1D
DG

COM
COM
GND
GND
VDD
TM
STROBE1*
STROBE2*
CLOCK
LATCH*
SI
GND
GND
COM
COM

DF13B-15P-1.25V(21)

(5)

L20
BLM18RK102SN1D

16

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

10

+3.3V

22F

LATCH_L

R249

14

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

R27
10KF
(5)

IC20C

+24V_THERMAL

C296
0.1U 50V(1608)
+5V

6
+3.3V

D22
1PS302

R26
10KF

+5V

L21
BLM18RK102SN1D

20 10

HD74ACT244

TDOTCLK

DG

DG

+3.3V

(5)

R24
10KF

2
4

DG

20

DG

IC15B
LM2904PWR

+3.3V

+1.25V

D14
1PS302
1

(5)

R82
20KF

R23
10KF

R262
7.5KF

IC15A
LM2904PWR

R235
1.0MF

+2.5V

(4)

DG

5-9

Real time clock


The RTC-4574SAA equipped with a 32.768-kHz crystal oscillator is used
as a device for the real time clock. The real time clock operates with a
lithium battery (BT1). If a lithium battery is not mounted, the clock does
not operate.

D2
1

+3.3V

SL03
1

D16
SL03

IC13
(3,4,5,6,21)
(4)

RESET_L
RTCCE

(4)

RTCCLK

(4)

RTCDAT

8
13

CE0
CE1

VDD

R207
2.0KF
11

12

BT1

CLK

DATA

FOUT
NC
NC
NC
NC

2
1
14

FCON

3
4
5
6

C58
0.1uFFZ

CR-2032(VERTICAL)
+5V

220mAh

+3.3VA
2

1
DG

3
1
2
LM2904PWR

D7
1PS302
LITIUM_V

10

TIRQ

GND1

1
DG

+5V
8

DG

IC14B
LM2904PWR
5

DG

5 - 10

(4)

AIRQ

R223
100F

R234
1.0MF

DG

IC14A

RTC-4574SAA

Electric Circuit Diagrams

Reset circuit section


The reset circuit section uses M62733ML as a reset IC. The whole system
is reset 100msec after the supply voltage reaches +2.87V at the reset IC.

+3.3V

+3.3V
IC4
M62733ML

VDD

VOUT

14
IC6A
1
3

2
When
the supply voltage
+2.87V
Reaches
+2.8V, cause the
L100msec
delay of 100msec at L level.

GND

C44
0.1uFFZ

+3.3V

R4
10KF

+3.3V

74HC08PW

14

DG
2

DG

IC6B

+3.3V
+3.3V
DG

RESET_L

(4,5,6,8,21)

R187
1.0KF

DG

IC5A
74HC3G14DP

IC5B
74HC3G14DP

+3.3V

74HC08PW

DG
8

(10)

RESETSW_L

IC18A 74HC3G14DP
7

RESET

(7)

DG
4

C45
0.1uFFZ

10KF 1

R7

JP36

DG

DG

5 - 11

Sensor control section


Two types of sensors are provided, a magazine up sensor and a mark sensor.
Signals of the magazine up sensor are output from pin No. 2 of the
connector P4. If the magazine opens, the switch is turned off, and an L
level signal is transmitted to the FPGA. While the magazine is closed, an
H level signal is output.
Signals of the mark sensor are output from pins Nos. 1 and 2 of the
connector 6. Signals for detecting the mark of the recording paper are
output from pin No.1, and those for judging the presence of the recording
paper are output from pin No. 2. If the mark of the recording paper touches
the sensor, or recording paper is not provided, an L level signal is output.
The signal is then amplified to about 5 times the original signal with
PC358G2 (IC38) and transmitted to the CPU.

(4)

3
C61
0.1uFFZ

DG

DG

DG

DETECT_V

+3.3V
IC16B
LM2904PWR
5

+3.3V

DG
D18 1PS302

R274
100KF

R238

510F

+3.3V
IC17B
LM2904PWR
5

+3.3V

R276
100KF

R277
100KF

D17
1PS302
3

DG

R292
24KF
DG

R226
10KF
DG

C185
470pFCHJ

C64
0.1uFFZ

DG

5 - 12

IC17A
LM2904PWR
3

R227
100F

DG

MARK_V

R224
10KF

DG

(4)

D15
1PS302
3

JP7 0F

DG

IC20E
HD74ACT244

DG

JP6 0F

DG

R291
24KF

20

R275
100KF

P6

C63
0.1uFFZ

MARK_DRV_L

11

10
19

(4,5)

C184
470pFCHJ

+5V

R34
10KF

SW-COM
SW-ON

DF13B-2P-1.25V(21)

DG
+3.3V

MAGAZINE
UP SENSOR

CNCN

+5V
IC16A
LM2904PWR
3

R225
100F

0F

8
6

R29
10KF

P4
1
2

JP5

R239
510F

+3.3V
2

HEADUP_L

(5)

+3.3V

+3.3V IC2A
74HC3G14DP

IC5C
74HC3G14DP

DG

JP8 0F

1
2
3
4
5

Mark
/
on recording

paper
CN
detection
MARK-E senor CN
DETECT-E
SENSOR-COM
LED_DRIVE

DF13B-5P-1.25V(21)

Electric Circuit Diagrams

Motor control section


The motor control section is in charge of controlling ON/OFF of the torque
of the motor.

(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17

PHASE_A
PHASE_B
I0A
I1A
I0B
I1B

+3.3V

1
19

R31
10KF
(4)

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4

1Y1
1Y2
1Y3
1Y4
2Y1
2Y2
2Y3
2Y4

1G*
2G*

VCC
GND

18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3
+5V
20
10

HD74ACT244
R2637.5KF
3
Q6
PDTC124EU

MVREF0

IC22

DG

+3.3V
R30
10KF

+5V
1

MVREF1

R2703.0KF

Q5
PDTC124EU

27
16
26
25
17
18
23
20

2
DG

R2647.5KF
R2713.0KF

C1480.01UFFZ

R2650.47F(1W SR)

24
5

R2660.47F(1W SR)

19
10

DG
R267

22KF

21

IC21
PHASE A
PHASE B
I0 A
I1 A
I0 B
I1 B
Vref A
Vref B

VCC
VCC
LG

+
C198
C204
1000pFCHJ 68UF/35V(C)1

C197
1000pFCHJ
DG

2
13

28
15
22

C62
0.1uFFZ

DG

Vs A
Rs A

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

Vs B
Rs B

FIN1
FIN2
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

CR

+24V
2

+5V

(4)

DG

VmmA
Vmm B

3
7
8
12

JP9
JP10
JP11
JP12

FIN1
FIN2
1
4
6
9
11
14

0F
0F
0F
0F

P5
1
2
3
4
DF13B-4P-1.25V(21)

DG

MTD2007F

5 - 13

LCD voltage generating section


The section generates LCD voltage (24V). The use of variable resistor
allows the contrast to be adjusted.

+3.3V

IC1
7
6
5

DC

SC

IS

SE

VCC
CII

TC
GND

1
2
3
2

R77
0.51F(0.5W SR)

C178
680pFBJ

L1
LPC4045TE 101K

D1
SL03

MC34063AD
1

C93
0.1uFFZ

R79 3.24KF
R78
62KF

+
2

C179
22UF/50V(C)

R80
20KF

DG

3
2

3
Q47
DTC124EUA

(8)

VEE

(8)

Q1
2SA1163

R480100F
1

VR1
V105-4PVN 10K

-24V

5 - 14

CONTRAST

3
Q46
PDTA124EU

DG

R81
20KF

+5V

VEPWC

(4)

Q45
DTC124EUA
3

R1
10KF

Electric Circuit Diagrams

2. ECG AMP block


The following is a block diagram of ECG AMP.
First-stage amplifier

Second-stage amplifier

R
L
C1
C2
C3
Patient
connector C4

Multiplexer

ADC

C5
C6
CPLD

Photocoupler

RF

Power
voltage
Generating
section

Pulse
transformer

ECG signals input from patient connectors go through the input protection
section and enter the first-stage amplifier (differential amplifier), where
each signal for right arm, left arm, and chest 1 to chest 6 undergoes
differential amplification with a signal for left leg.
Each of the output of the first-stage amplifier is input to the second-stage
amplifier, signals are then switched sequentially with the multiplexer, and
converted to digital signals with the A/D converter.
The digitized ECG signals are then transferred to the CPU with the FPGA.
The ECG AMP block is electrically isolated by a photocoupler and an
isolation power supply.

5 - 15

3. Power supply block


The following is a block diagram of the power supply block.

I
AC90264V N
L
4763Hz E
T

AC
Adapter
+18V

Charger
(CV/CC)

DC-DC
converter
+24V

DC-DC
converter

+3.3V
+5V

+3.3V
Power control
signal

Ni-MH
BATTERY

POWER
CONTROL

DC-DC
converter

+5V
+3.3V

+5.0V

(9.6V)
(3700mAh)
DC-DC
converter
+1.8V

5 - 16

+1.8V

Electric Circuit Diagrams

Power voltage generating section


The section generates the following power supply voltages.
(1) +24V
(2) +5V
(3) +3.3V
(4) +1.8V
(5) +3.3VSTB (Standby power supply)
(6) +5V STB (Standby power supply)
(7) +24V (For thermal head)
(1) +24V
The +24V voltage, which is generated from the +18V voltage input from
the AC adaptor, is used as the drive voltage of the motor driver.

VIN

(8,16,18)

VCHG

(14)

L24
CDRH127/LD-680MC
D56

D26

L25

+24V
4

CDRH127/LD-680MC
3

2DC-0005D100
4

(AC ADAPTER)

SYNC/SHDN*

EXT
CS+

100F

R403
33KF
R412
0.01F(1W)

C90
C95
C341
0.1U 50V(1608)0.1U 50V(1608)0.1U 50V(1608)

LDO

REF

FB

R394

R405
3.3KF

MAX668EUB

+
C101
220UF/35V

C102
220UF/35V

R395
150KF

Q25
PSMN010-55D

8
6

FREQ

PGND
D55 CRZ24

GND

D53
SL03

C100
220UF/35V

C278
0.1U 50V(1608)

C280
0.1U 50V(1608)

POWON
(15,17,19,21)

10

VCC

IC42

SUPON

DF10SC4M

D3FS4A

451003

F6

1
3
2

J1

+24V output source


+24V

C277
R392
470KF

0.22

C285
1.0U 25V

R383
47KF

C151
0.01UFFZ

C279
0.1U 50V(1608)

R55
10KF

DG

5 - 17

(2) +5V, (3) +3.3V, (4) +1.8V


The +5V and +3.3V voltages are generated from the +24V voltage. The
+1.8V voltage, which is generated from the +5V voltage, is used as the core
voltage of the CPU and the FPGA.

IC47
LM2674M-5.0

+24V

VIN

CB

+5V
output source
+5V

C153
0.01UFFZ
3

GND

5VON

VSW

ON/OFF*

FB

+5V

L33

CDRH127/LD-820MC
4

R406
3.3KF
2

(19)

D29

C311
220UF/35V

D3FS4A

C39
0.01UFFZ

LED4

C68
0.1uFFZ

D31
2

C281
0.1U 50V(1608)

SML-210MT

D3FS4A

IC46
LM2674M-3.3
7

VIN

CB

1
C154
0.01UFFZ

3
5

3.3VON

GND

POWON

VSW

ON/OFF*

FB

+3.3V
+3.3V
output source
+3.3V

L27

CDRH127/LD-680MC

R418
1.5KF
2

(13,17,19,21)

C69
0.1uFFZ

D30

C312
220UF/35V

C40
0.01UFFZ

LED5

C295
0.1uFFZ

C282
0.1U 50V(1608)

SML-210MT

D3FS4A

DG

LX

C70
0.1uFFZ

C316
220pFCHJ

FB

VCC
COMP

PGND

68KF

R414

GND

C313
33uF/10V(C)

REF

CDRH2D18/HP-2R2NC

+1.8V

4
2

IN

2
1

+1.8V
output source
+1.8V

L32

IC45
MAX1952

C72
0.1uFFZ

2
C71
0.1uFFZ

C317
220uF/6.3V(C)

8
R62
10F

DG

5 - 18

Electric Circuit Diagrams

(5) +3.3VSTB (Standby power supply)


The +3.3V standby power supply used when the DC plug or battery is
connected is generated from the +24V voltage or the battery pack voltage.
The +3.3VSTB is supplied for the IC of the power supply block.

D46A
1

BAS28
IC62
S-873325BUP-ALA
2

VOUT

Q34
PDTC124EU
3
3

2
D45A

VBAT(P)
(13,14,16)

VIN

100KF

SL03

D44B

BAS28

BAS28

VOR

3
BAS28

1
Q43
PDTA124EU

D46B
2

Q44 2PC4081
D45B
R283
3
4

D47
C298
0.1U 50V(1608)

2 Q9
2SC2873

+3.3VSTB
+3.3VSTB
output source

BAS28
C307
4.7UF(50V)

C314
33uF/10V(C)

C297
0.1U 50V(1608)

+3.3VSTB

100F

R229

BAS28

CD

4
BAS28

D43A

VSS

3
BAS28

D43B

D44A

+24V

C156
0.01UFFZ

C157
0.01UFFZ

DG

(6) +5V STB (Standby power supply)


The +5V standby power supply used when the DC plug is connected is
generated from the +18V voltage. The +5VSTB is supplied for the IC of the
power supply block.
DG
JP35
0F
1

D34
1PS184

(20)

CHGSTS

2
+ C310
C152
33uF/10V(C)
0.01UFFZ

Q41
2SK2112

R58
12KF

R396
150KF

R228
100F

R60
10KF

R61
10KF

C305
4.7UF(50V)

NJM78L05UA
1
OUT

IN

D27
BZX84-B5V6

GND

IC43

+5VSTB
3

R59
12KF

11

C2001000pFCHJ

10

2.0KF

14

MOD

C65
0.1uFFZ

C67
0.1uFFZ
R424

C286
1.0U 25V
R1951.0KF

VSS

VTEMP

330KF

VCC
SNS

(13,16)

DSEL

DCMD*

VSEL

R413
51KF

15

DIS

R212
4.7KF

BQ2004ESN

R57
10KF

Q42
PDTA124EU

16

CHGENA

C201
1000pFCHJ

JP34
0F

R213
4.7KF

R425
0.12F(1W NPR)
VBAT(M)

(13)

CHARGE

(7) +24V (For thermal head)


The +24V power supply voltage exclusive for the thermal head is generated.
A circuit for prevention of overcurrent is provided.
R407

R66
2.2KF

1.0F(1W)

R438
2.2KF

IC51B
2

+24V

JP198
0F

5
7

Q26
PDTC124EU
3

R388
10KF

6
LM2904PWR

R391
220KF

C283
0.1U 50V(1608)

+
C309
4.7UF(50V)
1

+24V_THERMAL

R440

Q40
2SJ529

R446
2KF(1W NPR)

R441
4.7KF

THRMON

(20)

Q2
2SA1163

1
R387
Q7
47KF
PDTC124EU
3

Q3
PDTC124EU

R67
47KF

R68
10KF

R437
2.2KF

220KF

+24V

(17)

BAT

TM2

12

R421
3.3KF
Q29
PDTC124EU
3

R423
330KF

TM1

13

C66
0.1uFFZ

TS

TCO

R420
2.7KF

LED2

R208

INH*

47KF

LED1

IC44
R384

R389
15KF

R390
15KF

C320
1500UF/35V(C)

C321
1500UF/35V(C)

DG

DG

5 - 19

Battery charging section


The section charges the battery with a charging IC. It also outputs signals
that indicate the battery status (charging underway).
DG
JP35
0F

D34
1PS184

(20)

+ C310
C152
33uF/10V(C)
0.01UFFZ

IN

CHGSTS

Q41
2SK2112

R58
12KF

R396
150KF

R228
100F

R60
10KF

R61
10KF

C305
4.7UF(50V)

D27
BZX84-B5V6

NJM78L05UA
1
OUT

GND

IC43

+5VSTB
3

R59
12KF

11

C2001000pFCHJ

10

R208

2.0KF

14
6
4
5

R420
2.7KF

13
C65
0.1uFFZ
C66
0.1uFFZ

R421
3.3KF

CHGENA

2
1
3

C67
0.1uFFZ
R424

C286
1.0U 25V
R1951.0KF

330KF

TCO
TM1
BAT

TM2

VSS

SNS

DSEL
DCMD*
VSEL

DIS

VTEMP

330KF

VCC

R413
51KF

15

(13,16)

R212
4.7KF

BQ2004ESN

2
1

TS

R423

3
Q42
PDTA124EU

16

(17)

Q29
PDTC124EU
3

12

MOD

LED2

47KF

INH*

R384

LED1

IC44

R57
10KF

C201
1000pFCHJ

JP34
0F

R213
4.7KF

R425
0.12F(1W NPR)
VBAT(M)

(13)

CHARGE

5 - 20

Electric Circuit Diagrams

Power control section


The section monitors the temperature and the voltage of the battery, and
transmits the status with various signals.

(8,13,18)

VIN

(13,14,18)

VBAT(P)
2

+5VSTB
D37
1PS184

R429
470KF
R433
620F

R128
3.9KF

R129
39KF

R268
22KF

R127
150KF

R428
470KF

R415
150KF
R63
10KF

R64
10KF

R70
10KF

R430
470KF

R255
15KF
R65
10KF

IC48B

R397
150KF

BAT>=14.4V_L

(17)

BAT<=8V_L

(17)

R393
220KF

LM339PWR
IC48A

VTEMP

BAT>=70_L

13

10

R336

4.7KF

BATT_TMP

(4)

DG

(19)

(17,20)

R254
15KF

R71
C97 150KF
0.1uFFZ

C74
0.1uFFZ

R399
C306 150KF
4.7UF(50V)

BATT_VOL

(4)

IC49B

R281
100KF

1
IC50
UPC1093T 3

ACDET

LM339PWR

VBATOP

+5VSTB

LM2904PWR

R280
100KF

14

IC49A

R398
150KF
C73
0.1uFFZ

LM339PWR

+5VSTB
C77
0.1uFFZ

IC48C

11

(17)

LM339PWR

[1.017V]

R216
LM2904PWR 4.7KF

R282
100KF

DG

R400
150KF

R416
68KF

C75
0.1uFFZ

R385
C155 47KF
0.01UFFZ

C203
1000pFCHJ

(13,14)

IC48D

DG

AC/DC STATUS

5 - 21

KEY BOARD (PCB-6949) circuit


The circuit is equipped with key switches for operating this instrument
and the LED that indicates the battery status.

+3.3STB

P1
+3.3STB
POW
1mV_KEY
LEFT_KEY
RIGHT_KEY
RESET_KEY
MODE_KEY
START_KEY
SENSE_KEY
ID_KEY
VIN
AC_LED_ON(CHARGE)
AC_LED_ON(BATT_ERR)
CHARGE_ON
BATT_ERR_ON
DG
DG
DG
DG
DG

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

DF20G-20DP-1V

DG

5 - 22

SW1 SKRAAAE010 1
2

3
4

SW2 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW3 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW4 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW5 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW6 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW7 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW8 SKRAAAE010 1
2
SW9 SKRAAAE010 1
2

3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
LED1 KA-3528MBC

DG

LED2
KA-3528MBYC 2

Electric Circuit Diagrams

SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948) circuit


The circuit is equipped with a sensor that detects the mark position.

TO MAIN BOARD

SENSOR CABLE

MARK SENSOR BOARD


PCB-6948
LED1
2
1
4

P2
1
2
3
4
5
DF13B-5P-1.25V(21)

P1
1
2
3
4
5

DF13-5S-1.25C

MARK-E
DETECT-E
SENSOR-COM
LED_DRIVE
NC

1
2
3
4
5

EE-SY125

LED2

DF4-5P-2C
2
1
4
3

EE-SY125

MAG BOARD (PCB-6951) circuit


The circuit is equipped with a switch that detects open/close status of the
magazine.

TO MAIN BOARD

1
2
DF13B-2P-1.25V(21)

MAGAZINE UP SENSOR CABLE MAGAZINE UP SENSOR BOARD


PCB-6951A

1
2
DF13-2S-1.25C

SW-COM
SW-ON

SW1

P1
1
2

DF4-2P-2C

4
SPVC2-1

5 - 23

AC adaptor block diagram


The following is a block diagram of the AC adaptor.
The input of the AC adaptor is worldwide capable, allowing 90V to 264V
AC to be input. The +18V voltage generated with the AC adaptor is
supplied to this instrument with a power jack.

AC90264V
4763Hz

I
N
L
E
T

FUSE
Line Filter
FUSE

Rush current
protect circuit

+18V
Main circuit
Main SW
control circuit

5 - 24

Feedback
circuit

Power jack

MAIN BOARD Circuit Diagrams (PCB-6950A)


Power connection table No.1
MAIN02
MAIN03
MAIN04
MAIN05
MAIN06
MAIN07
MAIN08
MAIN09
MAIN10
ECG11
MAIN02.SCH MAIN03.SCH MAIN04.SCH MAIN05.SCH MAIN06.SCH MAIN07.SCH MAIN08.SCH MAIN09.SCH MAIN10.SCH ECG11.SCH

ECG12
ECG12.SCH

POW13
POW13.SCH

NOTE
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
ALL RESISTOR ARE IN OHMS. 1% 0.1W
ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN MICROFARADS.
ALL VOLTAGE ARE DC.

POW14
POW14.SCH

+24V

IC7

HD6417727F100C(CPU)

IC8

XC2S100E-6TQ144C(FPGA)

TE28F640J3C-120(FROM)
UPD45128163G5-A75-9JF
IC12
(SDRAM)
LAN91C96TQFP(LAN_CTRL)
IC55
RTC-4574SAA(RTC)
IC13
MTD2007F(MOTOR_DRIVER)2,13
IC21
XC9572XL-10VQ44C
IC38
(CPLD FOR AMP)
TLC3541DGK
IC37
TPS77133DGK
IC39
BQ2004ESN
IC44
MAX668EUB
IC42
7
LM2674M-5.0
IC47
7
LM2674M-3.3
IC46
MAX1952
IC45
5
S-873325BUP-ALA
IC62
MC34063AD
IC1
M62733ML
IC4
IC31,32 MAX4521CEE
IC28,29 MAX4051CEE

POW18
POW18.SCH

POW19
POW19.SCH

POW20
POW20.SCH

POW21
POW21.SCH

+18V VTRF +5V

+5V

= +24V

+3.3V +3.3VA +3.3STB +3.3VL +3.3VDF

+5VDF

+3.3V
20,31,44,55,66,77,88,102,117,
134,161,190,209,225,231

DG

DGF

E25F

= GND

-2.5VF AGL

+3.3VA +3.3VDF +3.3VSTB +3.3VL +2.5VF -2.5VF +1.8V


237

17,36,53,72,90,108,128,144

IC11

= +3.3V

+1.8V

TABLE
+24V

POW17
POW17.SCH

5. SPECIAL SYMBOL USAGE.


5VA=5FLOATING VALTAGE.

3. DEVICE TYPE NUMBER IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY.


THE NUMBER VARIES WITH THE MANUFACTURE.

TYPE

POW16
POW16.SCH

4. PART TYPES ARE ABBREVIATED IN THE FIELD OF THE DRAWING.


FOR FULL PART TYPE, REFER TO TABLE.

2. INTERRUPTED LINES CODED WITH THE SAME


LINE OR LINES COMBINATIONS ARE
ELECTRICALLY CONNECTED.

IC

POW15
POW15.SCH

+5VSTB +5VDF +2.5VF

=+2.5V
= +1.8V

AGL

DG

1,37,93,139,
157,170,175,
178,202

4,18,29,35,42,53,64,75,86,91,100

19,46,51,61,88

1,9,16,25,34,45,54,62,70,81,91,99

9,37,43

21,42,48

1,3,9,14,27,43,49

6,12,28,41,46,52,54

71,79,89

11,19,38,48,59,98

78,86,87

= +5V

DGF

E25F

6,16,22,29,54,64,92,100
1

15,28

22
15,26,35

4,17,25

6
5,6

7,8

13
9

3
6
6
8

3,6
2
6
1

2
13

16

7,8

POWER TABLE

5 - 25

Power connection tableNo.2

TABLE
IC
IC2,5,18
IC3,58
IC6
IC14,15
IC16,17
IC49
IC51
IC19
IC20,22,70
IC23,24,25,26,27
IC30
IC33
IC34
IC35
IC36
IC40
IC41
IC43
IC48
IC50
IC53
IC56
IC57
IC59
IC60
IC61
IC64
IC69

TYPE

74HC3G14DP
74LVC244APW
74HC08PW
LM2904PWR
LM2904PWR
LM2904PWR
LM2904PWR
74AHCT14PW
HD74ACT244TTP-20DA
TLC2264CPW
MAX4564EUA
HCPL2601 #300
HCPL2601 #300
OPA2350EA
OPA2350EA
AN77L05M
SN74LVC1G125DBVR
NJM78L05UA
LM339PWR
UPC1093
74AHCT00PW
74AHCT02PW
SN74LV02APW
74LVC240APW
SN74LV132APWR
TLC393IPWLE
74HC4040PW
TC7W74FU

+24V

+18V VTRF +5V

+5VDF +5VSTB

+3.3V

+3.3VA +3.3VDF +3.3VSTB +3.3VL +2.5VF -2.5VF +1.8V

AGL

DG

20

10

14

DGF

E25F

4
8

4
4

8
8

4
7

14
20

10
4

11

3,4

7,8

7,8

5
8

4
1

2
5

2
3

12

14

14

7
14

20

10

14

16

POWER TABLE

5 - 26

POWER / CAPACITOR / RESET IC / CLOCK / LCD POWER block

+3.3V
+

C104
0.01UFFZ

C287
0.1uFFZ

C336
0.1uFFZ

C337
0.1uFFZ

C181
0.01uFBJ

DG

C160
C161
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3 4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

+3.3V

+3.3V
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C338
C339
C342
C31
C205
C284
0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ

MG-5100SA-FD

X1

S0

DG

R6

S1

12

S2

10KF 11

C180
0.01uFBJ

VDD1
VDD2

14
13

CLKA
CLKB
CLKC
CLKD

3
4
10
6

OE
CPUCLK

DG

XBUF

+5V

TIN
GND

8
9

DG

C159
C174
C21
C22
C23
C30
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C340
0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ

51F

20MHz

R183

51F

32MHz

LAN_CLK

(7)

CPU_CLK

(4)

DG

DG

+3.3V

+3.3V

R95

+3.3V

IC4
M62733ML

+3.3V

R4
10KF

+3.3VA

14

C163 +
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

+1.8V

IC6A

DG

3
2

+3.3V
+3.3V

IC6B

+3.3V

6
5

IS

SE

VCC
CII

R7

C45
0.1uFFZ

TC

C178
680pFBJ

GND
MC34063AD

IC5A
74HC3G14DP

+3.3V

74HC08PW

DG

IC5B
74HC3G14DP

(10)

RESETSW_L

JP36

D1
SL03

RESET

(7)

DG

DG

R79 3.24KF

IC18A 74HC3G14DP

DG

L1
LPC4045TE 101K

C93
0.1uFFZ

10KF 1

(4,5,6,8,21)

SC

RESET_L

DC

6
5

R187
1.0KF

IC1

R78
62KF

C179
22UF/50V(C)

DG

R80
20KF

DG

POWER

2
VR1
V105-4PVN 10K

+3.3VA

VEE

+3.3V
+3.3V

20

Q47
DTC124EUA

-24V

Q1
2SA1163

R480100F

R1
10KF

IC6D

12
VEE

(8)

IC3I
74LVC244APWVCC

17

IC3H
74LVC244APW

74HC08PW

DG

C99
0.1uFFZ

11
13

GND

10

Q46
PDTA124EU

19

14

DG

(8)

CONTRAST

VEPWC

(4)

R81
20KF

+5V

Q45
DTC124EUA

R77
0.51F(0.5W SR)

4
DG

DG

+3.3V

74HC08PW

DG

C43
0.1uFFZ

When the supply voltage


+2.87V
reaches
+2.87V, cause the
L100msec
delay
of 100msec at
L level.

GND

C42
0.1uFFZ

C44
0.1uFFZ

14

C41
0.1uFFZ

VOUT

+
C162
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

VDD

1
2

L2
LFC32TE 101K

LCD CONTRAST
CLK
RESET IC

5 - 27

CPU block
A[0..23]
D[0..15]

+1.8V
C47 0.1uFFZ

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

DG
C182470pFCHJ
C48 0.1uFFZ

LANPWDOWN_L (7)
(8)

POWER_OFF_L
THERMAL_ON

165

210
211

60
59
58
57
56
54
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
43
41
40
39
38
36
34
33
32
30

ID_KEY_L

172
173

175
174

170
171

1
3

RTCDAT
RTCCLK

(21)
(20)

CA
RESETP*
RESETM*

(5)
(5)
(5)
(5,10)
(7)
(4,5)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)

RECIRQ_L
SCLK0_OUT_L
SCLK1_OUT_L
MARK_DRV_L
LANIRQ_L
DMAREQ_L
CPU_TCK
CPU_TMS
TRST_L
CPU_TDI
CPU_TDO
ASEBRKAK_L
ASEMD_L

8
9
10
11
12
203
164
162
160
163
143
151
150

IRQ0*
IRQ1*
IRQ2*
IRQ3*
IRQ4*
IRQ5
TCK
TMS
TRST*
TDI
TDO
ASEBRKAK*
ASEMD0*

(5)
(5)

SCK0
CONFIG_DATA

192
191
198
195
201

R105 51F
R101 51F

RD/WR*
RD*
BS*
BREQ*
BACK*
WAIT*

103
96
95
16
17
146

R103 51F
R100 22F
R98 51F
R14 10KF
R2561.0KF

CS0*
CS2*
CS3*
CS4*
CS5*
CS6*
CE2A*
CE2B*
IOIS16*

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
149

R102 51F

DREQ0*
PCC0DRV*/DACK0*
PCC0RESET/DRAK0

218
145
144

DMAREQ_L (4,5)
DRAK_L

(5)

CL1
CL2
LCK
VEPWC
VCPWC
DON
M_DISP
FLM
LCD0
LCD1
LCD2
LCD3
PTC[2]
PTC[3]
PTC[4]
PTC[5]
PTC[6]
PTC[7]

138
187
219
13
14
140
141
142
217
216
215
214
213
212
208
206
205
204

CL1
CL2

(8)
(8)

VEPWC

(3)

DON

(8)

FLM
LCD0
LCD1
LCD2
LCD3
LED0
LED1
MVREF0
MVREF1
INT_L
DONE

(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(10)
(10)
(5)
(5)

NMI

129
131

PTF[3]

PTD[3]
PTD[2]

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16/PTA[0]
D17/PTA[1]
D18/PTA[2]
D19/PTA[3]
D20/PTA[4]
D21/PTA[5]
D22/PTA[6]
D23/PTA[7]

Vss-PLL1
Vss-PLL2

XTAL2

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25

AVSS_USB

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

VssQ
VccQ

+3.3V

VssQ
VccQ

BATT_STS
RTCCE

PCC0WAIT*
ADTRG*
AN[2]
AN[3]
AN[4]
AN[5]
AN[6]
AN[7]
D24/PTB[0]
D25/PTB[1]
D26/PTB[2]
D27/PTB[3]
D28/PTB[4]
D29/PTB[5]
D30/PTB[6]
D31/PTB[7]

VssQ
VccQ

(20)
(8)

176
148
233
234
235
236
238
239
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21

VccQ

AD_TRG_L
THERMAL_TEMP
LITIUM_V
BATT_VOL
BATT_TMP
MARK_V
DETECT_V
FPGA_CONFIG_L
AC_DETECT

Vss
Vcc

DG
(5)
(9)
(8)
(16)
(16)
(10)
(10)
(5)
(20)

R12 10KF

RAS3*
CAS*

PTE[7]
PTE[2]
PTE[1]

Vss
Vcc

104
126
127

R107
R106
R99
R104

AVCC_USB
AVCC_USB

SH7727(100MHz)

R257
10KF

WL-1-2P
WL-1-2P
WL-1-2P

+3.3V

SCK0
TxD0
RxD0
TxD2
RxD2

Vss
Vcc

R219
10KF

97
98
99
101

CPU

Vss
Vcc

JP37
JP38
JP39

R47410KF

228

Vss
Vcc

R69
10KF

WE0*
WE1*
WE2*
WE3*

DG

Vcc

+3.3V

R47610KF
R47710KF
R47810KF
R47910KF

USB power supply pin


USB

225
231

AVss
AVss

TXD_DEBUG
RXD_DEBUG
+3.3V

135
136
116
123
124
224

+3.3V

Vss

DG

PTJ[4]
PTJ[5]
AFE_SCLK
USB1_OVR_CRNT*
USB2_OVR_CRNT*
SCAN_TESTEN*

+3.3V

51F
51F
51F
51F

R108 51F
R97 51F
R96

51F

R109 51F

R47510KF

WR0_L
WR1_L
WR2_L
WR3_L

(6)
(6,7)
(7)
(7)

RAS3_L
CAS_L

(6)
(6)

RDWR_L
RD_L
BS_L

(5,6)
(5,6)
(5)

+3.3V
+3.3V
LANWAIT_L (7)
FROMCS_L

LANCE1_L

+3.3V

C115
0.01UFFZ

C116
C117
C118
C119
C120
C121
0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ

207

188
209

159
190

132
161

115
134

100
117

86
102

75
88

64
77

53
66

42
55

29
44

18
31

20

200

155
202

137
157

91
139

35
93

177
37

178

232
240

237

169
5
6
222
223
15

6
1

DG

C122
C123
C124
C125
C126
C127
C128
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
C134
0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ

+3.3VA

0F
0F
0F
0F
JP13
JP4
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP15
JP14

C167
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

C187
1.0UF/16V(T)3

C186
1.0UF/16V(T)3

C188
1.0UF/16V(T)3

+3.3V
2

C165
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

1
+

DG

5 - 28

1
C166
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

C164
+1.8V 4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

DG

2
+

1
+

5
7
4
8
9
3
10
2

2
DG

DG

C189
1.0UF/16V(T)3

(7)

LANCE2_L (7)
DG

HD6417727F100C

RM1
EXBD10C103J

(6)

SDRAMCS_L (6)
FPGACS_L (5)

VssQ

RESET_L

221
220
147

Vcc-PLL2
CAP2

STATUS0
STATUS1

Vcc-PLL1
CAP1

185
186

R10 10KF
R11 10KF

Vss-RTC

CKIO
CKIO2
CKE
XTAL
EXTAL

IC7

+3.3V

(3,5,6,8,21)

C183
470pFCHJ

Vcc-RTC
EXTAL2

(8)
(8)

DG

R8
10KF

189
19
128
179
180

CKE
CKIO

51F
51F

MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5

(6)
(5,6)

R131
R130

61
62
63
65
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
76
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
87
89
90
92
94

CPU_CLK

AVcc

(3)

C46
0.1uFFZ

(6)
(5,6,7)
(21)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(20)

A[0..23]
D[0..15]
POWER_KEY
1mV_KEY_L
LEFT_KEY_L
RIGHT_KEY_L
RESET_KEY_L
MODE_KEY_L
START_KEY_L
SENSE_KEY_L
AC_FAIL_L

CPU

FPGA block
+3.3V

+1.8V
+3.3V

C142

C141

C140

C139

C138

C137

C136

C135

C50

R148
R236

C52

C53

C54

C55

C56

R132
R133
R134
R135
R136
R137
R138
R139
R140
R141
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147

33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F
33F

79
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
89
92
93
94
95
96
97
98

DD0
DD1
DD2
DD3
DD4
DD5
DD6
DD7
DD8
DD9
DD10
DD11
DD12
DD13
DD14
DD15

Q4
PDTC124EU

2.0KF

2.0KF

DG

DRAK*

ECG_LATCH_IRQ
AMP I/F

XC2S100E-6TQ144C

DG

+3.3V

R230

Y1 PKM13EPP-4002

+3.3V
R18
10KF

RXD
TXD

R19
10KF

+3.3V

101
102

HEADUP*
OVH*
TDOTCLK
LATCH*
THM_DATA
STRB
THERMAL
I/F
RECIRQ*

52
129
56
57
58
59
63

Phase-A
Phase-B
I0A
I0B
MOTOR I/F
I1A
I1B

38
39
40
41
42
43
5
7
4
8
9
3
10
2

OUT125K
OUT125K_L
SCLK0_OUT_L
SCLK1_OUT_L
MARK_DRV_L
AD_TRG_L

(12)
(12)
(4)
(4)
(4,10)
(4)

RXD
TXD

(12)
(12)

HEADUP_L
OVH_L
TDOTCLK
LATCH_L
THM_DATA
STRB
RECIRQ_L

(10)
(9)
(9)
(9)
(9)
(9)
(4)

PHASE_A
PHASE_B
I0A
I1A
I0B
I1B

(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)

10KF

+5V

JTAG

TCK
TMS
TDI
TDO

RM2
EXBD10C103J

IC8
XC2S100E-6TQ144C

6
1

DONE
71

106

CCLK

INT*
74

R21
10KF

103
112
113
3
4
50
67

DG
FPGA_TDO
FPGA_TDI
FPGA_TMS
FPGA_TCK

4.7KF
300F
JP16
JP17
JP18
JP19

51F

R15
R16
R17

R209
R221

107

D1
D0/DIN
100
105

73

47
48

PROM

M0
M1
M2

RESET*

BUSY/DOUT

BS*
FPGACS*
RDWR*
RD*

I/0
I/0
R210
4.7KF

CKIO

GND

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

GND
VCCINT

VCCINT

GND

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

GND
VCCO

FPGA

35
33
37

78
75
76
77

18

+3.3V

FPGA_CONFIG_L

+5V

3
R205

BUZZER_OUT
OUT125K
OUT125K*
SCLK0_OUT
PTU I/F
SCLK1_OUT
MARK_DRV
AD_TRG*

CPU I/F

GCK2

51F

(3,4,6,8,21)

(4,6)

(4)

65

64

127

119
135

99
130

70
120

54
88

34
61

25
51

9
46

19

136

110
144

91
128

81
108

62
90

45
72

R204

R20

RESET_L

(4)

DMAREQ_L
C57

D[0..15]

R149

(4)

AA16
AA17

GCK0

RD_LAN_L

124
125

AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8

55

(7)

0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ

PROGRAM*

BS_L
FPGACS_L
RDWR_L
RD_L

C51

DRAK_L

51F
51F
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

(4)
(4)
(4,6)
(4,6)

143
2
111
109

AB16
AB17

D[0..15]

16
53

1
36

17
AB[16..17]

114
115
116
117
118
121
122
123

VCCO

AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8

(5,6)

(4,6,7)

AB16_LAN

AB16_LAN

AB[1..23]

AA[1..8]

AA[0..23]

0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ

(7)

R382
10KF

C171
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

C170
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

C169
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

C168
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

DG

126

(6,7)

C193
1.0UF/16V(T)3

C192
1.0UF/16V(T)3

1
+

C191
1.0UF/16V(T)3

C190
1.0UF/16V(T)3

DG

0F
0F
0F
0F

SCK0
CONFIG_DATA
INT_L
DONE

(10)
(10)
(10)
(10)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

10KF
10KF
10KF

JP22
MODE
JP22 JP23 JP24
MASTER SERIAL SHORT SHORT SHORT
SLAVE SERIAL OPEN OPEN OPEN
SLAVE PARALLELSHORT OPEN OPEN

1005PAD
JP23
1005PAD
JP24
1005PAD

FPGA

DG

5 - 29

MEMORY block

R150
R151
R152
R153
R154
R155
R156
R157
R158

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23

AA0
AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8

R159
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R177
R178
R179
R180
R181

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
22F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

(5,7)

AB[1..23]

AB[1..23]

D[0..15]

D[0..15]

AB1
AB2
AB3
AB4
AB5
AB6
AB7
AB8
AB9
AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13
AB14
AB15
AB16
AB17
AB18
AB19
AB20
AB21
AB22
AB23

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

(5,7)

FLASH ROM
(5,7)

(4,5,7)

AB[1..23]

JP25
SHORT
OPEN
(4)
(4,5)
(4)
(10)
(3,4,5,8,21)

JP28
OPEN
SHORT

FROMCS_L
RD_L
WR0_L
FROMWR_L
RESET_L

SDRAM

FROM WR
MODE
NORMAL
JTAG

JP25

0F
JP28

+3.3V

DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15

14
2
29
54
55

CE0
CE1
CE2
OE#
WE#

Vccq
GND

42

31
16

BYTE#
RP#

Vpen
STS

15
53

9
37

21
48

DG

TE28F640J3C-120

JP27

AB14

JP26

256M

+3.3V
43
C145
0.01UFFZ

+3.3V
DG

AB13

0F

+3.3V
C143
C144
0.01UFFZ 0.01UFFZ

GND
GND

64M/128M

Vcc
Vcc

DA0
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
DA9
DA10
DA11
DA12
DA13
DA14
DA15

33
35
38
40
44
46
49
51
34
36
39
41
45
47
50
52

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
NC
NC

AB1
AB2
AB3
AB4
AB5
AB6
AB7
AB8
AB9
AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13
AB14
AB15
AB16
AB17
AB18
AB19
AB20
AB21
AB22
AB23

32
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
20
19
18
17
13
12
11
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
1
30
56

DA0
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
DA9
DA10
DA11
DA12
DA13
DA14
DA15

64M/128M/256M

IC11

DG

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

AB[1..15]

32M/64M/128M
Intel Strate Frash

AB[1..23]

R110
R111
R112
R113
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
R119
R120
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125

C194
1.0UF/16V(T)3

JP26 JP27
SHORT
OPEN

JP29 JP30
OPEN
SHORT

SDRAM TYPE
64M/128M
256M

AB14

JP29

AB15

JP30

0F

IC12
AB1
AB2
AB3
AB4
AB5
AB6
AB7
AB8
AB9
AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
40

20
21
16
19

A0
DQ0
A1
DQ1
A2
DQ2
A3
DQ3
A4
DQ4
A5
DQ5
A6
DQ6
A7
DQ7
A8
DQ8
A9
DQ9
A10/APDQ10
A11
DQ11
NC
DQ12
NC
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15

2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
42
44
45
47
48
50
51
53

BS0
BS1

Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
Vss
Vss
Vss

1
14
27
28
41
54

Vccq
Vccq
Vccq
Vccq
Vssq
Vssq
Vssq
Vssq

3
9
43
49
6
12
46
52

(4,5)
(4)

RDWR_L
SDRAMCS_L

(4)
(4,7)

WR0_L
WR1_L

15
39

LDQM
UDQM

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4,5)

RAS3_L
CAS_L
CKE
CKIO

18
17
37
38

RAS
CAS
CKE
CLK

WE
CS

DA0
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
DA9
DA10
DA11
DA12
DA13
DA14
DA15

+3.3V
2

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8

AB[1..23]

(5,7)

AA[0..23]

+
C146
0.01UFFZ

AA[0..23]

C173
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

DG
2

A[0..23]

A[0..23]

+3.3V

+
C147
0.01UFFZ

(4)

C172
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

UPD45128163G5-A75-9JF

DG

FLASH ROM
SDRAM

5 - 30

LAN CONTROL block

NF2
NFM2012P13C474F
+3.3VL

+3.3V
C323
C324
0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ +

AB16_LAN
D[0..15]

AB16_LAN

D[0..15]

AB23

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
(4)
(4)

40
41
42
43
44
45
46

A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18

R218

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
R455
R456
R457
R458
R459
R460
R461
R462
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R452
R453
R454

51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F
51F

LANCE1_L
LANCE2_L

(5)
(4,6)
(4)
(4)
(4)

RD_LAN_L
WR1_L
WR2_L
WR3_L
LANWAIT_L

(4)

LANIRQ_L

(3)

RESET

(3)

R184
R185
R186
R199
R206
R214
R215

LAN_CLK

R220

R237

20MHz

51F
R472
51F

51F

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

47
24
52
51
25
49
50
53
23
18
17
20
21

CE1
CE2
REG
OE
WE
IORD
IOWR
WAIT
IOCS16
INPACK
IREQ
INTR2
INTR3

65

RESET

95
+3.3V
R442
10KF
(4)

LANPWDOWN_L

TXLED
RXLED
BSELED
LNKLED

55
56
57
58
60
61
62
63
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15

94

TPERXP
TPERXN
TPETXP
TPETXN
TPETXDP
TPETXDN

85
84
75
73
72
74
70
69
67
68

RECP
RECN
COLP
COLN
TXP
TXN

83
82
81
80
77
76

EEDI
EEDO
EECS
EESK

3
2
4
5

ENEEP
EN16
IOS0
IOS1
IOS2
ROM
XENDEC
PWRDWN

AGL

R466

61.9F

R468

422F

R467

61.9F

R469

1
91
96
97
99
93
90
66

14

15

R465
300F

R464
300F

TRANSMIT

+3.3V
8

J2

2
3
DLW31SN222SQ2

RECEIVE

11

10

PE-65421

TRANSMIT

FRAME1
FRAME2
FRAME3
FRAME4

NC
NC
NC
NC

TM11R-5C-88

+3.3V

RECEIVE
1

R443
680F

LINK

LED8
SML-210MT

R444
680F

NF3
RCCA-201Q31UA

XTAL1

NF1
RCCA-201Q31UA

88
R470
12KF

3
DLW31SN222SQ2

TXD+
TXDRXD+
NC
NC
RXDNC
NC

R445
680F

LED7
SML-210MT

37
39

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

RBIAS

1
4

422F

R463
300F

LED6
SML-210MT

DG

16

T4

XTAL2

T3

DG

FWE
FCS

T2

R471
1.2KF

(5)
(4,5,6)

AB10
AB11
AB12
AB13
AB14
AB15

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9

R22
10KF

AGL

C331
C332
0.01uFBJ 0.01uFBJ

AB9

26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

IC55
LAN91C96

AB[9..23]

AA0
AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8
R182 51F

71
79
89

DG

AVDD
AVDD
AVDD

AB[1..23]

AA[0..8]

(5,6)

AA[0..23]

C330
C326
C334
0.01uFBJ 0.01uFBJ 0.1uFFZ

AGND
AGND
AGND

(5,6)

C325
C333
C327
0.1uFFZ 0.01uFBJ 0.1uFFZ

C329
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

78
86
87

4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

AGL

11
19
38
48
59
98

C328

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

6
16
22
29
54
64
92
100

+3.3V

DG

AGL

LAN

5 - 31

LCD I/F / KEY I/F / RTC / LED block


+5V
2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4

1Y1
1Y2
1Y3
1Y4
2Y1
2Y2
2Y3
2Y4

18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

1
19

1G*
2G*

VCC
GND

20
10

R240
R241
R246
R242
R247
R243

22F
22F
22F
22F
22F
22F

L3
L4
L9
L5
L17
L6

BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1

R244
R245

22F
22F

L7
L8

BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1

P1

+5V

VEE
CONTRAST
C335
0.1uFFZ

D2

+3.3V
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
SL03

LCD I/F

+5V

220mAh

+3.3V

D12 1PS302

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1
BLM18RK102SN1

+3.3V

D13 1PS302

R1931.0KF DG

3
R9

KEY I/F

DG
2

2
13

LED0
R2
10KF

LED2 SML-210MT

IC3F
74LVC244APW

R93 680F

15KF
7.15KF

R259

7.15KF

R260

4.3KF

R261

4.3KF

LCD I/F

DG

KEY I/F
(4)

15

LED1
R3
10KF

LED3 SML-210MT

IC3G
74LVC244APW

R94 680F

1
1

DG

RTC
BACK UP BATTERY
LED

RTC-4574SAA

15KF

R258

DG

5 - 32

IC14B
LM2904PWR

DG

(4)

R253

Q12
DTC124EUA

BATT_ERR_ON

3
R252

VIN

GND1

+3.3V

D58 1PS302

R74 1.0KF DG

ID_KEY_L

TIRQ

1.0KF DG

SENSE_KEY_L

10

AIRQ

DF20G-20DP-1V

+3.3V

D57 1PS302

C58
0.1uFFZ

19

START_KEY_L

FCON

3
4
5
6

DG

(20)

NC
NC
NC
NC

P2
L10
L11
L16
L12
L13
L14
L15
L35
L28

R1921.0KF DG

MODE_KEY_L

CHARGE_ON

FOUT

+3.3V

D11 1PS302

R1911.0KF DG

RESET_KEY_L

4
3
3

RIGHT_KEY_L

Q11
DTC124EUA
(20)

DATA

DG
+5V

DG
5
7
4
8
9
3
10
2

CLK

R223
100F

LM2904PWR

+3.3VSTB

R1901.0KF DG

D7
1PS302

LITIUM_V (4)

+3.3V

D10 1PS302

(13,16,18)

R234
1.0MF

RM3
EXBD10C103J

DG

R1891.0KF DG

LEFT_KEY_L

IC14A

6
1

+3.3V

+3.3VA
2

1
DG

D9 1PS302

(4)

VDD

CR-2032(VERTICAL)

+3.3V
3

1mV_KEY_L

(4)

12

BT1

R1881.0KF DG

(4)

RTCDAT

CE0
CE1

DG

D8 1PS302

(4)

(4)

11

14

(4)

RTCCLK

POW

(4)

(4)

8
13

2
1

(4)

RESET_L
RTCCE

00 6207 33 29 14 000

+3.3V

(4)

IC13
(3,4,5,6,21)
(4)

R207
2.0KF

DG
(21)

D16
SL03

19

(3)
(3)

LCD0
LCD1
LCD2
LCD3
DON
FLM
CL1
CL2

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

IC70 HD74ACT244

DG

THERMAL I/F block

+5V
R83
20KF

THERMAL_TEMP

+2.5V

+5V

+5V

R82
20KF

5
OVH_L
1

IC15B
LM2904PWR

+3.3V

R24
10KF

D14
1PS302

+1.25V

7
3

+3.3V

DG

C59
C60
0.1uFFZ 0.1uFFZ

DG

DG

DG

(5)

DG

STRB

+5V

IC20D

R248

22F

+5V

L21
BLM18RK102SN1

DG

20

R25
10KF

D22
1PS302

12
3

+24V_THERMAL

2010

HD74ACT244

+3.3V
R26
10KF

IC20C
R249

6
+3.3V

4
+3.3V

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

R28
10KF
(5)

THM_DATA

THERMAL I/F

+5V

P3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

IC20B

R250

22F

R251

22F

L19
BLM18RK102SN1

16

2010

LATCH_L

C296
0.1U 50V(1608)

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

R27
10KF
(5)

DG

14

2010
1

TDOTCLK

22F

L20
BLM18RK102SN1

(5)

IC20A

L18
BLM18RK102SN1

(+5V)
HD74ACT244

COM
COM
GND
GND
VDD
TM
STROBE1*
STROBE2*
CLOCK
LATCH*
SI
GND
GND
COM
COM

DF13B-15P-1.25V(21)

18

10
1

(5)

R23
10KF

R262
7.5KF

IC15A
LM2904PWR

R235
1.0MF

(4)

DG
DG

THERMAL I/F

5 - 33

SENSOR I/F / MAGAZIN UP SENSOR I/F / MOTOR I/F / JTAG I/F block

8
7

C61
0.1uFFZ

+3.3V
2

R29
10KF

D18 1PS302

IC16B
LM2904PWR

DG

DETECT_V

IC16A
LM2904PWR

C63
0.1uFFZ

P6
JP6 0F

R274
100KF

R224
10KF

R275
100KF

DG

IC20E
HD74ACT244

R238

+3.3V
8

DG

510F

IC17B
LM2904PWR

IC17A
LM2904PWR

MARK_V

C64
0.1uFFZ

D17
1PS302

6
R276
100KF

R227
100F

R226
10KF

DG
DG
1

DG
C185
470pFCHJ

R292
24KF

IC22

PHASE_A
PHASE_B
I0A
I1A
I0B
I1B

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4

1Y1
1Y2
1Y3
1Y4
2Y1
2Y2
2Y3
2Y4

1
19

1G*
2G*

VCC
GND

+3.3V
R31
10KF
(4)

R277
100KF

R2637.5KF

DG

DG
+3.3V

R273
68F

DG
+5V
1

MVREF1

R2703.0KF
IC21

Q5
PDTC124EU

27
16
26
25
17
18
23
20

PHASE A
PHASE B
I0 A
I1 A
I0 B
I1 B
Vref A
Vref B

R2650.47F(1W SR)

24
5

Vs A
Rs A

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

R2660.47F(1W SR)

19
10

Vs B
Rs B

FIN1
FIN2

(4)

+5V

DG

R2647.5KF
R2713.0KF

C1480.01UFFZ

DG
R267

22KF

21

VCC
VCC
LG

2
+

C198
C204
1000pFCHJ 68UF/35V(C)1

DG

C197
1000pFCHJ

2
13

28
15
22

C62
0.1uFFZ

DG

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

CR

+24V

5 - 34

+3.3V
RM4
EXBD10C103J

R272
68F

C207
100pFCHJ

2
R30
10KF

R32
10KF

JTAG CN

DG

Q6
PDTC124EU

+3.3V

+3.3V
R33
10KF

HD74ACT244

MVREF0

18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3
+5V
20
10

1
6

(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17

VmmA
Vmm B

3
7
8
12

JP9
JP10
JP11
JP12

CPU_TCK
TRST_L
CPU_TDO
CPU_TMS
CPU_TDI
ASEBRKAK_L
FROMWR_L
RESETSW_L

(5)
(5)
(5)
(5)

FPGA_TCK
FPGA_TDO
FPGA_TMS
FPGA_TDI

DG

DG

CPU_TCK
TRST_L
CPU_TDO
CPU_TMS
CPU_TDI
ASEBRKAK_L
FROMWR_L
RESETSW_L
FPGA_TCK
FPGA_TDO
FPGA_TMS
FPGA_TDI

1
2
3
4

2P
Equipped
with jumper pin(2P)

DF13B-4P-1.25V(21)

FIN1
FIN2
1
4
6
9
11
14

0F
0F
0F
0F

P5

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(6)
(3)

C206
100pFCHJ

2
10
3
9
8
4
7
5

(4)

+3.3V

10
19

DG

11

MARK_DRV_L

DF13B-5P-1.25V(21)

20

R291
24KF

(4,5)

MARK-E
DETECT-E
SENSOR-COM
LED_DRIVE

DG
C184
470pFCHJ

+5V

JP8 0F

MARK/RECORDING PAPER SENSOR CN


/CN

DG

DG
+3.3V

1
2
3
4
5

JP7 0F

D15
1PS302

R225
100F

R34
10KF

DF13B-2P-1.25V(21)

(4)

MAGAZINE UP SENSOR CN
CN
1 SW-COM
2 SW-ON

P4

+5V
8

DG

0F

+3.3V

DG

+3.3V
DG

HEADUP_L

R239
510F

(5)

74HC3G14DP

JP5

IC5C
74HC3G14DP

+3.3V

+3.3V IC2A

DG
(4)

ASEMD_L
JP31
OPEN
SHORT

MODE
MAIN MODE
ASE MODE

JP31
WL-1-2P

MTD2007F

DG

SENSE
MOTOR_CTRL
JTAG

L29
BLM15AG102SN1

E25F

ECG AMP block (Differential amplifition, multiplexer section)

10KF
R304
300MM

R293
24KF

R47
10KF

R35

Q13
FMW2

C208

R340

150P

13KB

R324
39KB

C238
0.1uFFZ
L30
BLM15AG102SN1

-2.5VF

R294
24KF

R305
300MM

Q14
FMW2

IC23B
TLC2264C
7

5
C209

R341

150P

13KB

3
5

L31
BLM15AG102SN1

24KF

R306
300MM

Q15
FMW2

R342

150P

13KB

RDAG1-15SE1(F)
17

24KF

Q16
FMW2

R297

Q18
FMW2

24KF

150P

R345

R310
300MM

560P
C218

150P

13KB

R329
39KB

R346

24KF

C220
33P

13KB

Q20
FMW2

R45
10KF

R301
24KF

10F

150P
C217

R323

13

IC25B
TLC2264C
7
R34813KB

R332 39KB

13
5
4

DGF

R314
1.0MF

C254
0.22

10

C234
33P

C14
0.1uFFZ

R351
100KB

E25F

12

C2581.0UF

R368

R352
100KB

E25F

(11)

C3_F

3
R369
3.5M
R84 R85 R86 R87
20KF20KF20KF20KF

+2.5VF

R370

3.5M

R362
3.3KB

IC32

3
2
14
15
11
10
6
7

E25F
(11)

C5_F
R371

S1
IN1
D1
IN2
S2
IN3
D2
IN4
S3
D3 +2.5VF
S4
DGF
D4 -2.5VF

1
16
9
8
13
5
4

DGF

(11)

-2.5VF

C15
0.1uFFZ

R372

14
12
E25F

R33439KB

IC25D
TLC2264C

E25F

13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4

X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7

6
11
10
9

INH
A
B
C

+2.5VF
16
7
8

VDD
VEE
VSS

IC27B
TLC2264C
7

C17
0.1uFFZ

MUX_2
MUX_1
MUX_0
INH_A
INH_B

C231
33P

IC27C
TLC2264C
8

IC27D
TLC2264C
14

13
R364
3.3KB

E25F

C16
0.1uFFZ

-2.5VF

(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)
(12)

IC30

7
6
2
5

C229
33P

X0
X1
INH
A

X
VDD
VSS
VEE

1
+2.5VF
8
4
3
C18
0.1uFFZ

MAX4564EUA

E25F
12

3.5M

16
7
8

VDD
VEE
VSS

MAX4051CEE

R355
100KB

E25F

C239
0.1uFFZ

R_F_off
L_F_off
C1_F_off
C2_F_off
C3_F_off
C4_F_off
C5_F_off
C6_F_off

C230
33P

R363
3.3KB

C6_F

IC25C
TLC2264C
8

10
9

E25F
E25F

+2.5VF

R354
100KB

E25F

MAX4521CEE

3.5M

C2621.0UF

IC27A
TLC2264C
1

(12)

IC29
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)
(11)

R353
100KB

E25F

C4_F

C6_F_off

INH
A
B
C

ECG_SIG

-2.5VF

C232
33P

R361
3.3KB

(11)

C2611.0UF

6
11
10
9

MAX4051CEE

E25F

C5_F_off

X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7

IC26D
TLC2264C
14
C233
33P

R360
3.3KB

E25F

C4_F_off

13
14
15
12
1
5
2
4

13

3.5M

C3_F_off

IC26C
TLC2264C
8

9
R359
3.3KB

E25F
-2.5VF

IC28

R350
100KB

E25F

13
10

C235
33P

R358
3.3KB

C2_F

C253
0.22
E25F

E25F
E25F

1
16
9
8

MAX4521CEE

(11)

C2_F_off

3.3KF

C221
33P
R331
39KB

E25F
3

R373

13KB

R46
10KF
R312
300MM

Q21
FMW2

C237
0.0022

150P
E25F
E25F

E25F

C216

R347

L40
BLM15AG102SN1

IC24D
TLC2264C
14

12

3.5M

C252
0.22
E25F
R4262.0KF

R367

S1
IN1
D1
IN2
S2
IN3
D2
IN4
S3
D3 +2.5VF
S4
DGF
D4 -2.5VF

E25F

3.3KF

R330
39KB

R42
10KF
R311
300MM

R322

C222
33P

R300

R4192.0KF

IC24C
TLC2264C
8

C2571.0UF

3.3KF
C2601.0UF
C251
0.22
E25F

C223
33P

E25F

L39
BLM15AG102SN1 E25F

R321

10
C215

R4102.0KF

IC24B
TLC2264C
7

5
C214

R41
10KF

Q19
FMW2

R313
1.0MF

R299
E25F

R315
51KF

R328
39KB

E25F

L38
E25F
BLM15AG102SN1

E25F

E25F

13KB

C1_F

IC26B
TLC2264C
7

IC31

3
2
14
15
11
10
6
7

(11)

C1_F_off

3.3KF
C2591.0UF
C250
0.22
E25F

C224
33P

R43 R222
10KF 300F

560P
C219

150P

R320

R40
10KF
R309
300MM

16
L22
L23
LFC32TE 101K
LFC32TE 101K

IC25A
TLC2264C

C213

E25F

L37
E25F
BLM15AG102SN1

E25F

R278
100KF

3
R344

R4092.0KF

IC24A
TLC2264C
1

R366
3.5M

C249
0.22
E25F

R327
39KB

R349
100KB

E25F

20KF20KF20KF20KF

E25F

3.3KF

C225
33P

R308
300MM

24KF

R44
10KF

13KB

R39
10KF

Q17
FMW2

R298

150P
C211

150P

R319

13

E25F

24KF

RF

R343

E25F

L36
BLM15AG102SN1

C2
R
C3
L
C4
F
C5
C1
C6

C212

R4082.0KF

IC23D
TLC2264C
14

12

E25F
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
7
15
8

R307
300MM

J3

R38
10KF

R88 R89 R90 R91

C248
0.22
E25F

R326
39KB

C236
33P

R357
3.3KB

+2.5VF

C2561.0UF

IC26A
TLC2264C
1

3.5M

L_F

3.3KF

C226
33P

E25F
R296

R318

E25F

L34
BLM15AG102SN1

R4042.0KF

IC23C
TLC2264C
8

10
C210

R365

(11)

C247
0.22
E25F

R325
39KB

R37
10KF

L_F_off

3.3KF

C227
33P

E25F
R295

R317

E25F

R_F

E25F
R13 2.0KF

R36
10KF

(11)

R_F_off

3.3KF
C2551.0UF
C246
0.22
E25F

C228
33P

E25F

2.0KF

R316

E25F

R48
10KF

R5

IC23A
TLC2264C
1

-2.5VF

INH_C

(12)

INST0_L (12)
INST1_L (12)

R356
100KB

ECG AMP
MULTIPLEXER

R33539KB

R33339KB E25F

E25F

5 - 35

ECG AMP block (ADC, CPLD and POWER section)

DGF
C240
0.1uFFZ

INST_1

(11)
(11)
(11)

INH_A
INH_B
INH_C

31
30
29

INH_A
INH_B
INH_C

(11)
(11)
(11)

MUX_0
MUX_1
MUX_2

22
21
20

MUX_0
MUX_1
MUX_2

TCK
TDI
TDO
TMS

-2.5VF

+2.5VF

CLK

C270

40

X2

RESET_L

15
35

VCCIO

26

GND
GND
GND

4
17
25

VDD

GND

OUT

3
+3.3VDF

R432
10KF

DGF

IC39
TPS77133DGK
+3.3VDF

8
7

+2.5VF

-2.5VF

C276
15/16V

TLC2264C

OUT

IN

OUT

IN

C10
0.1uFFZ

20

19
10
5

FB/SENCE ENABLE_L

RESET_L

GND

C245
0.1uFFZ
+5V
20

+2.5VF

C244
0.1uFFZ

VTRF

-2.5VF

E25F
C13
0.1uFFZ

TF16N0.50
F1
+5V

DGF

+2.5VF

+5VDF

-2.5VF
2

1
C288
0.1uFFZ

C266
22/4V

E25F

-2.5VF

T1
82

64
71

4
1

C243
0.1uFFZ

C241
0.1uFFZ

53

FT-2155

C275
15/16V

DGF

C274
15/16V

D5
SL03

D6
SL03

0.01UFFZ
C263
D19
3
3
1PS302
R302
24KF

0.1uFFZ
2

F2
TF16N0.25

R303
24KF

1
3

+
C289
0.1uFFZ

R375
1.2KF

IC20F
HD74ACT244

13

OUT125K
R49
10KF

DG
DG

C268
15/16V
Q22
2SK2112

DG

D20
3
C264
1PS302
0.01UFFZ
R374

+5V

IC20G
HD74ACT244

15

1.2KF

OUT125K_L (5)
R50
10KF

DG

DG

IC36B
OPA2350EA
7

5
6
4

-2.5VF

5 - 36

(5)

C242
6
7

C290
0.1uFFZ

IN

D4
SL03

C293
0.1uFFZ

C292
0.1uFFZ

C291
0.1uFFZ

OUT

D3
SL03

C265
22/4V

IC40
AN77L05M

2SK2112
Q23

C9
0.1uFFZ

E25F

(5)

-2.5VF

C273
0.1uFFZ

C12
0.1uFFZ

E25F

11

-2.5VF

E25F

11

C11
0.1uFFZ

11

11

-2.5VF

E25F

C272
0.1uFFZ

+2.5VF

C271
0.1uFFZ

+2.5VF

+2.5VF

IC41
SN74LVC1G125DBVR

DG

IC26E
TLC2264C

IC25E
TLC2264C

+2.5VF

C36
IC27E 0.1uFFZ

11

IC24E
TLC2264C

C35
0.1uFFZ

IC23E
TLC2264C

C33
0.1uFFZ

RXD

DG

DGF

-2.5VF

C34
0.1uFFZ

(5)

C176
C175
C177
4.7UF/6.3V(T)3 4.7UF/6.3V(T)3 4.7UF/6.3V(T)3

XC9572XL-10VQ44C

DGF

-2.5VF

C32
0.1uFFZ

DG

19
10

FX0-31FL 8MHZ

22/4V

D21
1PS302 -2.5VF

INH

+ C267

6
5

3
HCPL2601

TXD

0.1uFFZ

+2.5VF

R379
10F

IC35B
OPA2350EA
7

R279
300F

20

-2.5VF
E25F

+3.3V

8
7

19
10

C19
0.1uFFZ

+5V

AMP_FPGA_TCK
AMP_FPGA_TDI
AMP_FPGA_TDO
AMP_FPGA_TMS

17

Equipped with jumper pin(2P)

VCCINT
VCCINT

GND

22/4V
1

-2.5VF

43
+3.3VDF

11
9
24
10

+5V

IC34

R51
10KF

+3.3VDF 2P

2
+ C38

C37
0.1uFFZ

R380

HCPL2601

+3.3VDF

R54 330F
10KF

3
1

32

R53
10KF

IC20H
HD74ACT244

-2.5VF

-2.5VF

INST1_L

R52
10KF

C195
1.0UF/16V(T)3

R338
39KB

INST_0

(11)

DGF
+3.3VDF

R339
39KB

-2.5VF

33

+5V

INST0_L

TXD

6
5

D25
LM4050CIM3-2.5

(11)

AD_CS_L

RXD

IC36A
OPA2350EA R378
10F
1

AD_DATA

19

DGF

18

R381
910F

SCLK
SDO
FS
CS*

8
7

R376
1.2KF

TLC3541DGK

C269
0.1uFFZ
-2.5VF

C20
0.1uFFZ

AIN
REF
VDD
GND

IC38

C196
+
1.0UF/16V(T)3

5
8
7
1

VTRF
+2.5VF

R427
10KF

IC37

4
2
6
3

+3.3V
R377
510F

IC33

IC35A
OPA2350EA

+5VDF +5VDF

+2.5VF

+2.5VF

ECG_SIG

+2.5VF

(11)

+5V
1

ADC
AMP CTRL
AMP POWER

MAIN POWER SUPPLY +24V block

L24
CDRH127/LD-680MC
D56

9
2

10

SYNC/SHDN*

CS+

EXT

PGND

R394

100F

R412
0.01F(1W)

C100
220UF/35V

C278
0.1U 50V(1608)

R403
33KF
C90
C95
C341
0.1U 50V(1608)0.1U 50V(1608)0.1U 50V(1608)

R405
3.3KF

MAX668EUB

+
C101
220UF/35V

C102
220UF/35V

C280
0.1U 50V(1608)

REF

Q25
PSMN010-55D

R395
150KF

LDO

FB

FREQ

GND

D55 CRZ24

D53
SL03

DF10SC4M

SUPON

(15,17,19,21)

VCC

IC42

2DC-0005D100

+24V
4

(AC ADAPTER)

R392
470KF

C277
0.22

C285
1.0U 25V

R383
47KF

C151
0.01UFFZ

C279
0.1U 50V(1608)

R55
10KF

DG

R411390F

JP33

0F

VTEMP

(14,16)

VBAT(P)

BATSNS_L (18)

+
TH
-

1
2
3
4

Q24
STS7PF30L

F3
451005

R211
4.7KF
C149
0.01UFFZ

S
S
S

D
D
D
D

D54

5
6
7
8

1
C199
1000pFCHJ

2
D3FS4A

B4P-VH

1
2
3

P8

(14,16,18)

C150
0.01UFFZ

R194
1.0KF

C300
4.7UF(50V)

(19)

Q28
PDTC124EU

BATON

3
2

POWON

CDRH127/LD-680MC

D3FS4A

451003

1
3
2

(14)

+24V
output source
+24V

D26

L25

(8,16,18)

VCHG

F6

J1

VIN

VBAT(M) (14)

MAINAC/DC
POWERINSUPPLY
+24V

+24V

5 - 37

CHARGE block

D36

R196

R422

1.0KF(1608)

2.7KF(1608)

2
1PS184

C301
100UF/35V

VBAT(P)

(13,16,18)

CHGSTS

(20)

D3FS4A

D28 D3FS4A

D35

1
2

C202
1000pFCHJ

C294
100UF/35V

D33
+
BZX84-B16

Q39
2SJ529

Q8
2SC2873

D40

L26
CDRH127/LD-680MC

R417
1.5KF

VCHG

(13)

1PS184

DG
JP35
0F

D34
1PS184

D27
BZX84-B5V6

NJM78L05UA

1
+ C310
C152
33uF/10V(C)
0.01UFFZ

Q41
2SK2112

OUT

R58
12KF

R396
150KF

R228
100F

R60
10KF

R61
10KF

C200 1000pFCHJ

R59
12KF

11

10

C305
4.7UF(50V)

IN

GND

IC43

+5VSTB

R208

2.0KF

R420
2.7KF

C65
0.1uFFZ
C66
0.1uFFZ

R421
3.3KF

CHGENA

TCO

TM1

TM2

13

VCC

12

VSS

DSEL

DCMD*

VSEL

TS

BAT

SNS

DIS

R423

C67
0.1uFFZ
R424

330KF

330KF

VTEMP

(13,16)

VBAT(M)

(13)

C286
1.0U 25V
R1951.0KF

R413
51KF

15

R212
4.7KF

BQ2004ESN

3
Q42
PDTA124EU

16

(17)

MOD

Q29
PDTC124EU

14

LED2

47KF

INH*

R384

LED1

IC44

R57
10KF

C201
1000pFCHJ

JP34
0F

R213
4.7KF

R425
0.12F(1W NPR)

CHARGE

5 - 38

+5V / +3.3V / +1.8VPower generation block

IC47
LM2674M-5.0

+24V
7

VIN

CB

+5V output source


+5V

1
C153
0.01UFFZ

ON/OFF*

VSW

FB

GND

5VON

+5V

L33

CDRH127/LD-820MC
R406
3.3KF

(19)

D29

C311
220UF/35V

D3FS4A

C39
0.01UFFZ

LED4

C68
0.1uFFZ

D31

C281
0.1U 50V(1608)

SML-210MT

D3FS4A

IC46
LM2674M-3.3

VIN

CB

C154
0.01UFFZ

FB

+3.3V

L27

CDRH127/LD-680MC

R418
1.5KF

ON/OFF*

VSW
GND

3.3VON

C282
0.1U 50V(1608)
C69
0.1uFFZ

D30

C312
220UF/35V

C40
0.01UFFZ

LED5

C295
0.1uFFZ

SML-210MT

D3FS4A

DG

LX

C70
0.1uFFZ

68KF
C316
220pFCHJ

VCC

COMP

PGND

R414

C313
33uF/10V(C)

GND

R62
10F

+1.8V

FB

REF

IN

CDRH2D18/HP-2R2NC

C72
0.1uFFZ
C71
0.1uFFZ

C317
220uF/6.3V(C)

+1.8V output source


+1.8V

L32

IC45
MAX1952

POWON

(13,17,19,21)

+3.3V output source


+3.3V

DG

+5V
+3.3V
+1.8V

5 - 39

VIN

(13,14,18)

VBAT(P)
+5VSTB

(8,13,18)

POWER STATUS block

D37
1PS184

R429
470KF
R433
620F

R128
3.9KF

R129
39KF

R268
22KF

R127
150KF

R428
470KF

R415
150KF
R63
10KF

R64
10KF

R70
10KF

R430
470KF

R255
15KF
R65
10KF

IC48B

R397
150KF

BAT>=14.4V_L

(17)

13

BAT<=8V_L

(17)

R393
220KF

LM339PWR
IC48A
(13,14)

VTEMP

IC48D

BAT>=70_L

10

LM339PWR

[1.017V]

R336

4.7KF

BATT_TMP

(4)

DG

VBATOP

(19)

BATT_VOL

(4)

R254
15KF

R71
C97 150KF
0.1uFFZ

C74
0.1uFFZ

R399
C306 150KF
4.7UF(50V)

IC49B

R281
100KF

(17,20)

+5VSTB

LM2904PWR

IC50
UPC1093T 3

ACDET

IC49A

R280
100KF

14

8
LM339PWR

R398
150KF
C73
0.1uFFZ

LM339PWR

+5VSTB
C77
0.1uFFZ

IC48C

11

(17)

R216
LM2904PWR 4.7KF

R282
100KF

DG

R400
150KF

R416
68KF

C75
0.1uFFZ

R385
C155 47KF
0.01UFFZ

C203
1000pFCHJ

DG

AC/DC STATUS

5 - 40

POWER / CHARGE ERROR block

IC53A
(16)
(16)

BAT>=14.4V_L

BAT>=70_L

IC19A

IC56A

2
1

3
74AHCT00PW

(20)

BATERR

74AHCT14PW
74AHCT02PW
IC56B

IC19B
(18,20)

BATDET

IC53B

5
4

IC19D

CHGENA

(14)

PWRFAIL

(20)

74AHCT02PW
74AHCT14PW
(13,15,19,21)

POWON
IC19C

(16,20)

ACDET

74AHCT02PW
IC53C

IC53D

11

13

BAT<=8V_L

11

10

10
74AHCT00PW

74AHCT00PW

74AHCT14PW

DG

IC59I
GND
74LVC240APW

C83
0.1uFFZ

VCC

C96

14

20
VCC

VCC

C84
0.1uFFZ

+V

C85
0.1uFFZ

0.1uFFZ

IC60E GND
SN74LV132APWR

IC69B GND
TC7W74FU

IC61C -V
TLC393IPWLE

IC58I
GND
74LVC244APW

C82
0.1uFFZ

IC57E
GND
SN74LV02APW

VCC

GND
VCC

C81
0.1uFFZ

IC56E GND
74AHCT02PW

VCC

20

14

14

C79
0.1uFFZ

VCC

10

DG

IC58B
74LVC244APW

16

IC19F

13

IC58C
74LVC244APW

12
74AHCT14PW

14

11

IC56D
74AHCT02PW

+24V

13

IC19G GND
74AHCT14PW

C80
0.1uFFZ

10

VCC

IC53E GND
74AHCT00PW

C78
0.1uFFZ

VCC

C76
0.1uFFZ

14

14

+3.3VSTB

3
12

IC48E -V
UPC339G2

IC19E

12

+5VSTB

+V

74AHCT14PW

10

74AHCT14PW

(16)

74AHCT00PW

IC56C

12
1

IC58D
74LVC244APW

IC51A

LM2904PWR

12
1

DG
DG

AC/DC FAIL

5 - 41

+3.3VSTB / POWER ON RESET block

D46A

4
BAS28

IC62
S-873325BUP-ALA

+3.3VSTB

100F

VIN

VOUT

BAS28

Q9
2SC2873

VOR

D47

(13,14,16)

D45B

R283

100KF

SL03

C307
4.7UF(50V)
D45A

D44B

BAS28

1
BAS28

C156
0.01UFFZ

D46B

BAS28

1 3
Q43
PDTA124EU

+3.3VSTB
output source
+3.3VSTB

C314
33uF/10V(C)

Q44 2PC4081R

VBAT(P)

Q34
PDTC124EU

C298
0.1U 50V(1608)

C297
0.1U 50V(1608)

R229

BAS28

BAS28

CD

D43A

+24V

D43B

VSS

D44A

C157
0.01UFFZ

BAS28

DG

IC60B

VBATGOOD_L

IC57B

+3.3VSTB

5
R434
820KF

CMPREF

(8,13,16)

VIN

D38

+3.3VSTB
3
R386
47KF

2
1PS184

R217
4.7KF

16

SN74LV02APW

POW_ON_RES_L

BATDET

(21)

(17,20)

DG

R284
100KF

IC61B

5
C308
4.7UF(50V)

SN74LV132APWR

IC59C
74LVC240APW

14

6
TLC393IPWLE
C86
0.1uFFZ

C87
0.1uFFZ

BATSNS_L

(19)

22KF

4
6

IC59B
74LVC240APW

(13)

R269

Q35
PDTC124EU

(19)

DG

DG

+3.3VSTB
POWER ON RESET

5 - 42

BATTERY ON CONTROL/ THERMAL POWERGENERATION BLOCK

IC59A
74LVC240APW
IC57D

POWON

18

11

(13,15,17,21)

13

12

BATON

(13)

5VON

(15)

CMPREF

(18)

SN74LV02APW

DG
+3.3VSTB
R436
300KF

R401
150KF

D48A

1
IC61A

17

R197
1.0KF

DG

C89
0.1uFFZ

3
BAS28

VBATOP

10

BAS28
D48B

TLC393IPWLE
R402
150KF

C88
0.1uFFZ

VBATGOOD_L (18)

R285
100KF
C158
0.01UFFZ

DG

R407

220KF

+24V

JP198
0F

R391
220KF

LM2904PWR

3
2

C283
0.1U 50V(1608)

+
C309
4.7UF(50V)

8
Q26
PDTC124EU

R388
10KF

R438
2.2KF

IC51B

1.0F(1W)

R446
2KF(1W NPR)

R66
2.2KF

+24V

R441
4.7KF

THRMON

Q40
2SJ529

(20)

Q2
2SA1163

1
R387
Q7
47KF
PDTC124EU

Q3
PDTC124EU

R67
47KF

R68
10KF

R437
2.2KF

+24V_THERMAL

R440

(16)

470KF

R431

IC59H
74LVC240APW

19

R435
820KF

IC60C
SN74LV132APWR

R389
15KF

R390
15KF

C320
1500UF/35V(C)

C321
1500UF/35V(C)

DG

DG

BATTERY ON CTRL
THERMAL

5 - 43

POWER-MAIN I/F block

+3.3V
R72
10KF

Q36
PDTC124EU

16

11

(4)

CHARGE_ON

(8)

BATT_ERR_ON

(8)

AC_DETECT

(4)

BATT_STS

(4)

74LVC244APW

R200

1.0KF

R201

1.0KF

R202

1.0KF

19

CHGSTS

AC_FAIL_L

DG

IC58E
74LVC244APW
(14)

IC3B

PWRFAIL

(17)

DG

IC58F
74LVC244APW

13

BATERR

19

(17)

DG

IC58G
74LVC244APW

IC3A
74LVC244APW

18

ACDET

19

(16,17)

15

DG

DG

IC58H
74LVC244APW

IC3C
74LVC244APW

14

17

BATDET

1.0KF

19

(17,18)

R203

DG

DG

R287
100KF

R288
100KF

R289
100KF

R290
100KF

IC3D
74LVC244APW

IC58A
74LVC244APW

12
R286
100KF

18

THRMON

(19)

THERMAL_ON

(4)

R337
10KF

DG
DG

DG
DG

POWER-MAIN I/F

5 - 44

POWER ON/OFF CONTROL block

IC3E
74LVC244APW

100F

11

(STB)

POWER_KEY (4)

19

R232

DG

(STB)

+3.3VSTB

(18)

POW_ON_RES_L

C91
0.1uFFZ

R73
10KF

DG

19

(STB)

POWON

(13,15,17,19)

12

10

(3.3V)

DG

R56
100KF

C98
0.1uFFZ

74HC08PW

10

IC18B
74HC3G14DP

3
8

(3.3V)

100F (STB)

IC57C
SN74LV02APW

IC59D
74LVC240APW

(3.3V)

DG

TC7W74FU

+3.3V

POWER_OFF_L

CLK

R233

IC6C

R439
10KF

DG

IC57A
SN74LV02APW

14

DG

RESET_L

DG

+3.3V

(3,4,5,6,8)

15

DG

IC59F
74LVC240APW

13

(STB)

11

R76
10KF

100F

IC69A

CL

POW

R231

(8)

IC59G
74LVC240APW

IC59E
74LVC240APW

19

DG

PR

+3.3VSTB
2

19

+3.3VSTB
D24 1PS302

IC18C
74HC3G14DP

12

11
(3.3V)

3
R92
100KF

(STB)

13
R75
100KF

+3.3VSTB

6
R126
51KF

C92

16

IC2C
74HC3G14DP

0.1uFFZ

IC64

DG
C94
0.1uFFZ

10

CLK

11

RST

IC60A
SN74LV132APWR

3
2

(STB)

R473
100KF

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
Q11
Q12

9
7
6
5
3
2
4
13
12
14
15
1

DG

COUNT"200"

74HC4040PW

IC2B
74HC3G14DP

(STB)

IC60D
SN74LV132APWR

(STB)

DG

(STB)

POWER ON/OFF CTRL

5 - 45

KEY BOARD (PCB-6949)

+3.3STB

SW1 SKRAAAE010 1

3
4

SW2 SKRAAAE010 1

3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4

P1
+3.3STB
POW
1mV_KEY
LEFT_KEY
RIGHT_KEY
RESET_KEY
MODE_KEY
START_KEY
SENSE_KEY
ID_KEY
VIN
AC_LED_ON(CHARGE)
AC_LED_ON(BATT_ERR)
CHARGE_ON
BATT_ERR_ON
DG
DG
DG
DG
DG

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

SW3 SKRAAAE010
SW4 SKRAAAE010
SW5 SKRAAAE010
SW6 SKRAAAE010
SW7 SKRAAAE010
SW8 SKRAAAE010
SW9 SKRAAAE010

DF20G-20DP-1V

DG

5 - 46

2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2

LED1 KA-3528MBC

DG

LED2
KA-3528MBYC 2

SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948)

TO MAIN BOARD

SENSOR CABLE

MARK SENSOR BOARD


PCB-6948
LED1
2
1
4

P2
1
2
3
4
5
DF13B-5P-1.25V(21)

1
2
3
4
5
DF13-5S-1.25C

MARK-E
DETECT-E
SENSOR-COM
LED_DRIVE
NC

P1

3
1
2
3
4
5

EE-SY125

LED2

DF4-5P-2C
2
1
4
3

EE-SY125

5 - 47

MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951)

TO MAIN BOARD

MAGAZINE UP SENSOR CABLE MAGAZINE UP SENSOR BOARD


PCB-6951A

1
2
DF13B-2P-1.25V(21)

5 - 48

1
2
DF13-2S-1.25C

SW-COM
SW-ON

SW1

P1

1
2

DF4-2P-2C

4
SPVC2-1

Chapter

Spare Parts List


MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950)................................................................... 6-1
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949)..................................................................... 6-8
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948)............................................................. 6-9
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951)............................................................ 6-10
Other spare parts list ........................................................................ 6-11

Spare Parts List

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950)


R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R

R
R
R

304
309
425
446
77
265
357
362
340
345
324
329
334
349
354
196
422
223
231
9
190
195
203
417
270
1
7
14
19
24
29
34
39
44
49
54
63
70
224
388
474
479
252
390
267
291
296
301
126

Config. No.
305 306 307
310 311 312

266
358
363
341
346
325
330
335
350
355

359
364
342
347
326
331
338
351
356

227
233
187
192
200

308

Part name
Square chip resistor

Specification
TSR6GTM-307V 300M M

360

361

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Power chip resistor
Square chip resistor

NPR1 0.12 F
NPR1 2K J
SR73H2E TD 0.51 F
SR73H3ATE 0.47 F
RN73F2A TD 3.3 K B

1
1
1
2
8

343
348
327
332
339
352

344

Square chip resistor

RN73F2A TD 13 K B

328
333

Square chip resistor

RN73F2A TD 39 K B

14

353

Square chip resistor

RN73F2A TD 100 K B

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1J TD 1.0 K F
RK73H1J TD 2.7 K F
RK73H1E TD 100F

1
1
10

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 1.0KF

17

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 1.5KF
RK73H1E TD 3.0KF
RK73H1E TD 10KF

2
2
81

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 15KF

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 22KF
RK73H1E TD 24KF

3
13

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 51KF

225
232
74
191
197
256
418
271
2
8
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
64
72
226
427
475

228
394
188
193
201

229
480
189
194
202

3
10
16
21
26
31
36
41
46
51
57
65
73
257
432
476

4
11
17
22
27
32
37
42
47
52
60
68
76
337
439
477

6
12
18
23
28
33
38
43
48
53
61
69
219
382
442
478

253

254

255

389

268
292
297
302
315

269
293
298
303
413

294
299

295
300

Qty
9

6-1

Chapter6

R
R
R
R

R
R
R

R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R

6-2

56
276
282
287
436
411
234
5
208
419
128
209
216
80
85
90
403
71
398
415
391
423
93
374
58
420
316
321
421
132
137
142
147
260
468
392
67
387

Config. No.
75
92
277 278
283 284
288 289

274
280
285
290

275
281
286
473

235
13
404
426

313
204
408

314
205
409

210
217
81
86
91

211
336
82
87

212
441
83
88

84
89

127
399

395
400

396
401

397
402

393
424
94
375
59

407
443
376
470

444
471

445

317
322

318
323

319
405

320
406

133
138
143

134
139
144

135
140
145

136
141
146

261
469
428
383

429
384

430
385

207
410

213

431
386

Part name
Square chip resistor

Specification
RK73H1E TD 100KF

Qty
20

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 300KF
RK73H1E TD 390F
RK73H1E TD 1.0MF
RK73H1E TD 2.0KF

1
1
4
12

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 3.9KF
RK73H1E TD 4.7KF

1
9

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 20KF

12

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 33KF
RK73H1E TD 150KF

1
11

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 220KF
RK73H1E TD 330KF
RK73H1E TD 680F
RK73H1E TD 1.2KF
RK73H1E TD 12KF
RK73H1E TD 2.7KF
RK73H1E TD 3.3KF

3
2
5
4
3
1
11

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 33F

16

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 4.3KF
RK73H1E TD 422F
RK73H1E TD 470KF
RK73H1E TD 47KF

2
2
5
6

Spare Parts List

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
JP

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C

95
101
106
111
116
121
130
151
156
161
166
171
177
182
199
220
448
453
458
472
238
466
433
78
272
414
434
221
465
1
6
11
19
34
100
243
248
62
66
79
380
129
258
262
381
365
370
412
440
317
204
294
179
100
320

Config. No.
96
97
102 103
107 108
112 113
117 118
122 123
131 148
152 153
157 158
162 163
167 168
172 173
178 179
183 184
206 214
230 236
449 450
454 455
459 460
239
467

98
104
109
114
119
124
149
154
159
164
169
175
180
185
215
237
451
456
461

99
105
110
115
120
125
150
155
160
165
170
176
181
186
218
447
452
457
462

377

Part name
Square chip resistor

Specification
RK73H1E TD 51F

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 510F
RK73H1E TD 61.9F
RK73H1E TD 620F
RK73H1E TD 62KF
RK73H1E TD 68F
RK73H1E TD 68KF
RK73H1E TD 820KF
RK73H1E TD 300F

Qty
96

3
2
1
1
2
2
2
6

273
416
435
222

279

463

464

2
7
12
25
35
174
244
249
373
437

3
8
16
26
198
240
245
250
378
438

4
9
17
27

5
10
18
33

Square chip resistor

RK73Z1E TD 0F

23

241
246
251
379

242
247

Square chip resistor

RK73H1E TD 22F

14

259
263

264

366
371

367
372

368

369

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Square chip resistor
Tantalum alloy resistance on cylinder
side

RK73H1E TD 10F
RK73H1E TD 2.2KF
RK73H1E TD 3.24KF
RK73H1E TD 330F
RK73H1E TD 39KF
RK73H1E TD 7.15KF
RK73H1E TD 7.5KF
RK73H1E TD 910F
TRN60LG 3.5M

4
3
1
1
1
2
3
1
8

Square chip resistor


Square chip resistor
Electrolytic capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor

SL1TE 10m F
SL1TE 1.0F
6.3CV220AX 6.3V 220 F
UUD1V680MCR1GS 35V 68F
MVE35V100MF80 35V 100
UUD1H220MCR1GS 50V 22F
MVE35VC220MJ10 220F/35V
35CV1500AX 35V 1500

1
1
1
1
2
1
5
2

301
101
321

102

311

312

6-3

Chapter6

C
C

C
C

C
C
C

C
C
C
C
C
C
C

6-4

180
333
1
6
11
16
21
26
31
36
44
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
91
97
205
242
270
287
292
325
337
186
191
196
160
165
170
176
38
90
281
298
285
300
309
220
225
230
235
206
208
213
316
182
178
218
197
202

Config. No.
181 330
334
2
3
7
8
12
13
17
18
22
23
27
28
32
33
37
41
45
46
51
52
56
57
61
62
66
67
71
72
76
77
81
82
86
87
92
93
98
99
238 239
243 244
271 272
288 289
293 295
326 327
338 339
187 188
192 193

Part name
Chip laminate capacitor

Specification
GRP155B11E103KA01D 25V 0.01F

5
10
15
20
25
30
35
43
48
54
59
64
69
74
79
84
89
96
174
241
269
284
291
324
336
342
190
195

Chip laminate capacitor

GRP155F11C104ZA01D 16V 0.1F

Tantalum capacitor

TESVSP1C105M8R 16V 1.0 F

11

Tantalum capacitor

TESVSJ0J475M8R 6.3V 4.7 F

19

Tantalum capacitor
Chip laminate capacitor

ECST0GY226 4.0V 22 F
GRM188F11H104Z 50V 0.1 F

4
12

Chip laminate capacitor


Chip laminate capacitor

GRM219F11E105ZA01D 25V 1.0F


GJ232RF11H475ZD01
50V 4.7

2
6

Chip laminate capacitor

GRM1552C1H330JZ01D 50V 33PF

17

Chip laminate capacitor


Chip laminate capacitor

GRM1552C1H101JD01D 50V 100PF


GRM1552C1H151JA01D 50V 150PF

2
10

Chip laminate capacitor


Chip laminate capacitor
Chip laminate capacitor
Chip laminate capacitor
Chip laminate capacitor

GRM1552C1H221JA01D 50V 220PF


GRM1552C1H471JA01D 50V 470PF
GRP155B11H681K 50V 680PF
GRM1885C1H561J 50V 560PF
GRP155B11H102KA86D 50V 1000PF

1
4
1
2
7

331

332

4
9
14
19
24
29
34
42
47
53
58
63
68
73
78
83
88
94
159
240
245
273
290
323
335
340
189
194

161
166
171
177
265
95
282
341
286
305

162
167
172
328
266
278
283

163
168
173
329
267
279
296

164
169
175

306

307

308

221
226
231
236
207
209
214

222
227
232

223
228
233

224
229
234

210
215

211
216

212
217

183

184

185

219
198
203

199

200

280
297

201

Qty
7
130

Spare Parts List


Config. No.
C
C

C
C
C
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q

Q
Q
Q
Q
D
D
D
D
D

D
D
D
D
D
X
X
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC

237
39
117
122
127
132
137
142
147
152
157
246
251
268
310
1
8
13
18
11
44
42
3
26
36
22
39
24
25
55
28
54
26
34
7
12
18
24
43
33
27
25
1
6
1
2
35
14
51
48
61
13
28
31
30

40
118
123
128
133
138
143
148
153
158
247
252
274
313
2
9
14
19
12

104
119
124
129
134
139
144
149
154
263
248
253
275
314

115
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
264
249
254
276

116
121
126
131
136
141
146
151
156

15
20
45

16
21
47

17

43
4
28

46
5
29

6
34

7
35

23
40

41

29
56

30

31

250
277

40

35
8
13
19
57
44

36
9
14
20
58
45

37
10
15
21

38
11
17
22

46

48

2
16

3
47

4
53

36
15

29
32

16

17

Part name
Chip laminate capacitor
Chip laminate capacitor

Specification
GRP155B11H222KA01D 50V 2200PF
GRP155F11H103Z 50V 0.01F

Chip laminate capacitor

GRP155F11A224Z 10V 0.22F

OS capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor
Silicon transistor
Transistor
Transistor

16SV15M 16V 15F


10CV33AX 10V 33 F
2SA1163G
2SC-2873
FMW2

Digital transistor
Silicon transistor
Digital transistor
Digital transistor

DTC124EUA
2PC4081R
PDTA124EU
PDTC124EU

N-CHANEL MOSFET FET


FET
Pch MOS FET
FET
POWER ZENER DIODE
SBD

2SK2112
2SJ529
STS7PF30L
PSMN010-55D
CRZ24
D3FS4A

Large-current Schottkey barrier diode DF10SC4M


DUAL DIODE
1PS184
Ultra-nigh speed switching diode
1PS302

Qty
1
49

10
4
3
2
2
9
4
1
3
11

3
2
1
1
1
7
1
5
18

DUAL DIODE
diode
diode
SBD
SBD

BAS28
BZX84-B16
BZX84-B5V6
LM4050CIM3-2.5
SL03

5
1
1
1
9

49

Crystal oscillator
Crystal oscillator
OPAMP
DUAL OPAMP

MG-5100SA-FD
FX0-31FL 8MHz
OPA2350EA
LM2904PWR

1
1
2
6

COMARATOR
COMARATOR
Real time clock
MULTIPLEXER
ANALOG SWITCH
ANALOG SWITCH

LM339PWR
TLC393IPWLE
RTC-4574SAA
MAX4051CEE
MAX4521CEE
MAX4564EUA

1
1
1
2
2
1

6-5

Chapter6
Config. No.
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
P
P
P
P
P
P
LED
F
F
F
F
NF
NF
L

6-6

37
21
23
1
45
55
7
6
2
64
57
41
59
3
19
53
56
20
60
69
50
40
43
47
44
46
62
42
39
12
11
8
33
4
38
6
5
1
3
2
4
2
7
6
3
2
1
1
2
3
8
13
18
35

24

25

18

26

27

58

22

70

34

3
8

3
4
9
14
19

5
10
15
20

6
11
16
21

7
12
17
28

Part name
ADC
MOTOR DRIVER
OPAMP
POWER REG.
POWER REG.
LAN controller
CPU
AND GATE
SCHIMITT INVERTER
BINARY COUNTER
NOR GATE
BUFFER
INVERTER
Buffers
SCHIMITT INVERTER
NAND GATE
NOR GATE
Octal Buffer
NAND GATE
D-FF with SET/RESET
Shunt regulator
5V power supply
5V power supply
POWER REG.
Charging IC
POWER REG.
POWER REG.
POWER REG.
POWER REG.
SDRAM
Flash ROM
FPGA
Photo coupler
RESET IC
CPLD
Connector
Connector
FFC connector
Connector
Connector
Connector
LED

Specification
TLC3541DGK
MTD2007F
TLC2264CPW
MC34063AD
MAX1952
LAN91C96TQFP
HD6417727F100C
74HC08PW
74HC3G14DP
74HC4040PW
SN74LV02APW
SN74LVC1G125DBVR
74LVC240APW
74LVC244APW
74AHCT14PW
74AHCT00PW
74AHCT02PW
HD74ACT244TELL-L
SN74LV132APWR
TC7W74FU
uPC1093
AN77L05M
NJM78L05UA
LM2674M-5.0
BQ2004ESN
LM2674M-3.3
S-873325BUP-ALA
MAX668EUB
TPS77133DGK
UPD45128163G5-A75-9JF
TE28F640J3C-120
XC2S100E-6TQ144C
HCPL2601 #300
M62733ML
XC9572XL-10VQ44C
DF13B-5P-1.25V(21)
DF13B-4P-1.25V(21)
00 6207 33 29 14 000 14P
DF13B-15P-1.25V (21)
DF20G-20DP-1V
DF13B-2P-1.25V(21)
SML-210MT

Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Arrestor
Chip solid EMI-FIL
Chip ferrite beads

451003 (125V 3A)


451005(125V 5A)
TF16N 0.25
TF16N 0.50
RCCA-201Q31UA
NFM2012P13C474F
BLM18RK102SN1

Qty
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
2
1
21

Spare Parts List

L
L
RM
L
L
L
L
T
C
VR
J
P
J
J
JP
Y
T
BT
T

29
37
2
1
1
24
33
32
3
255
260
1
1
8
3
2
31
1
2
1
1

Config. No.
30
31
34
38
39
40
22
23
2
3
4
25

26

27

257
262

258

36

Part name
Chip ferrite beads

Specification
BLM15AG102SN1

259

Chip inductor
Chips assembled redidtor,8ships
inductor
inductor
inductor
inductor
Common-mode choke coil
Board
Capacitor

LFC32TE 101K
EXBD10C103J
LPC4045TE 101K 100H
CDRH127/LD-680MC 68uH
CDRH127/LD-820MC 82uH
CDRH2D18/HP-2R2NC 2.2uH
DLW31SN222SQ2
PCB-6950
MMT50J-105-0117 1F

3
4
1
4
1
1
2
1
8

Variable resistor
Power jack
Connector
Connector
LAN connector
JUMPER
Buzzer
Transformer
Lithium battery(vertical type)
Pulse transformer

V105-4PVN 10K
2DC-0005D100
B4P-VH
RDAG1-15SE1(F)
TM11R-5C-88
WL-1-2P
PKM13EPP-4002
PE-65421
CR2032 TVA
FT-2155

1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1

4
256
261

37

38

39

Qty
9

6-7

Chapter6

KEY BOARD (PCB-6949)


Config. No.
LED
LED
P
SW

6-8

1
2
1
1
6

2
7

3
8

4
9

Part name
LED(blue)
LED(blue, yellow)
connector
Tact switch

Specification
KA-3528MBC
KA-3528MBYC
DF20G-20DP-1V
SKRAAAE010

Board

PCB-6949

Qty
1
1
1
9
1

Spare Parts List

SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948)


LED

Config. No.
2

Part name
Photo sensor
Board
Connector

Specification
EE-SY125
PCB-6948
DF4-5P-2C

Qty
2
1
1

6-9

Chapter6

MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951)


Config. No.
SW

6 - 10

Part name
Detection switch
Board
connector

Specification
SPVC2-1
PCB-6951
DF4-2P-2C

Qty
1
1
1

Spare Parts List

Other spare parts list


Config. No
1L1778
1G9458

Part name
LCD module
Operation panel

Specification
LMAGAR032J60K
FX-7102(General export) Operation panel

Qty

1W3105
1Y1203A
1M1294
9E3846
9E3847A

Thermal head
Motor
Harness
MARK SENSOR ASSY
MAG UP SENSOR ASSY

AE056-8E803
PFC25-24Q1G(1/50)-02
FX-7102(General export) Thermal cable
FX-7102(General export)MARK SENSOR ASSY
FX-7102(General export)MAG UP SENSOR ASSY

1
1
1
1
1

9D6315
1U0037

AC adapter
Battery

OA-467
8PH-4/3A3700-H-J18

1
1

1U0243

Lithium battery

CR2032 TVA

1
1

6 - 11

Chapter6

6 - 12

Chapter

Board Component Diagram


MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950component side) ....................................... 7-1
MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950soldering side)........................................... 7-2
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949component side) ......................................... 7-3
KEY BOARD (PCB-6949soldering side) ............................................ 7-4
SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948component side) ................................. 7-5
MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951component side) .................................. 7-6

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950 component side)

7-1

MAIN BOARD (PCB-6950 soldering side)

7-2

KEY BOARD (PCB-6949 component side)

7-3

KEY BOARD (PCB-6949 soldering side)

7-4

SENSOR BOARD (PCB-6948 component side)

7-5

MAG UP BOARD (PCB-6951 component side)

7-6

Chapter

Assembly Diagrams
Magazine .............................................................................................. 8-1
Paper shaft........................................................................................... 8-2
Recorder .............................................................................................. 8-3
Upper case (FX-7102).......................................................................... 8-4
Upper case (FCP-7101) .......................................................................8-5
Lower case .......................................................................................... 8-6
General assembly diagram (FX-7102) ............................................... 8-7
General assembly diagram (FCP-7101) ............................................. 8-8
Outline view (FX-7102)........................................................................ 8-9
Outline view (FCP-7101) ................................................................... 8-10
Paper guide........................................................................................ 8-11
50mm Magazine adapter (Option).................................................... 8-12
50mm Paper adapter (Option) .......................................................... 8-13

Magazine

2-E ring, nomal:2.5


3

5
5

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

6C9023

310-8597

6C9025

310-8598

6C9024

6C9026

6C9027

Name and type


Magazine

Qty

Remarks

Platen roll

Bearing DLL-940ZZ

310-8599

Platen Gear

310-8600

Magazine protective plate

Commercial item

8-1

Paper shaft

Spring pin,
Nominal dia. 2.5X6
2

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

6C9022

310-8595

Paper shaft

6C9179

310-8880

Back tension spring

8-2

Remarks

2-W sems M3X6

Recorder
10
14

12
To MAIN BORD
ASSY

13

15

2-Plax pan head,


Nominal dia. 2X8
To MAIN BORD ASSY
To MAIN
BORD ASSY
2

11

2-W sems M3X6


To MAIN BORD ASSY

3
No.

16
11

W sems M3X6
Polyslider STW-FT30X0.13

6
E ring, nominal : 2

7
8

2-W sems M3X6

Part No.

Drawing No.

9H6765

310-8589

9E3846

6C9019

310-8593

9H6766

1Y1203A

6C9021

6C9020

Name and type

Qty

Recoder chassis SU

Mark sensor assy

Mark sensor mounting bracket

310-8590

Motor mounting bracket

680-4443

Motor PFC25-24Q1G (1/50)-02

310-8594

One-way clutch OWC-307GXRZ

Motor guide

6B9217

314-3603

Shield finger (A)

1W3105

680-4442

Thermal head AE056-8E803

10

6C9017

310-8591

Head mounting bracket

11

6C9018

310-8592

Head tension spring

MAG UP sensor assy

310-8879

Head compression spring

12

9E3847A

13

6C9178

14

6C9180

310-8881

Recorder protective seal

15

1M1277

310-8571

Thermal cable

16

9C9176

310-8878

LCD presser sponge

Remarks

Commercial item
Common with FX-2111

8- 3

Upper case (FX-7102)


4

1
3

4-W sems M3X6

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Upper case U

Qty

5G2191

9F5379A

Key board

6C9147

310-8876

Lock spring

5G2192

310-8576

FX-7102 Operation panel sheet (English)

1M1294

310-8564

KEY cable

8-4

310-8574

Name and type

Remarks

Upper case (FCP-7101)


4

1
3

4-W sems M3X6

5
No.

Part No.

5G2191

9F5379A

6C9147

Drawing No.
310-8574

Name and type

Qty

Upper case U

Key board

310-8876

Lock spring

1
1
1

5G2197

310-8608

FCP-7101 Operation panel sheet


(English)

1M1294

310-8564

KEY cable

Remarks
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common

8- 5

W sems M3X6

Lower case
2-M6 nut
1-M6SW

W sems (L) M3X8

12
6
5
3
15
Pan head M1.7X4
Screw-lock processing
2

14

A
14
7

11

16

13

14

B
A

A
B
8

A
8

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

9H6764

310-8577

Lower case SU

6C9008

310-8581

GND plate

1
1

6C9009

310-8582

Insulation sheet

6C9007

310-8580

GND terminal mounting bracket

6C9006

310-8579

GND terminal

6C9005

310-8578

GND terminal cover

5G2193

310-8602

Nameplate connector

6C9011

310-8584

Battry pressing sponge

1U0337

680-4469

Battry 8PH-4/3A3700-H-J18

10

6C9010

310-8583

Battry cover

11

9F5380

12

6C9014

13

6C9013

Main board assy

310-8587

Isolation case

310-8586

Volume knob

14

6C9108

310-8585

M3 hexagon bar (L=19.7)

15

6C9175

310-8877

ECG shield plate

16

6C9177

Core fastening device TFB-2024A

8-6

Remarks

10

2-W sems (L) M3X8

Commercial item

General assembly diagram (FX-7102)

3-M3 nut,
Screw-lock processing

LCD section

e
2-W sems (L)
M3X8

c
b
a

Assembly of LCD section

1
b

Folded under GND plate (LCD)

11
dc

10

No.

12

2-W sems
M3X8

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type


Lower case unit assembly diagram

Qty

410-2537

410-2535

Recorder unit assembly diagram

410-2534

Paper shaft unit assembly diagram

410-2536

Upper case unit assembly diagram

410-2533

Magazine unit assembly diagram

Remarks

6C9107

310-8588

GND plate (LCD)

1L1778

680-4441

LCD module

5G2194

310-8603

CE mark: Beijing (With ID, 7 mm)

5G2195

310-8604

Caution plate (FDA)

10

6C9176

310-8878

LCD presser sponge

11

1T7094

Core TFT-081813N

12

9E9786

Rating plate

Commercial item

8-7

General assembly diagram (FCP-7101)

3-M3 nut,
Screw-lock processing

LCD section

e
2-W sems (L)
M3X8

c
b
a

Assembly of LCD section

11
dc

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

410-2537

Lower case unit assembly diagram

410-2535

Recorder unit assembly diagram

410-2534

Paper shaft unit assembly diagram

410-2529

Upper case unit assembly diagram

410-2533

Magazine unit assembly diagram

6C9107

310-8588

GND plate (LCD)

1L1778

680-4441

LCD module

5G2194

310-8603

CE mark: Beijing (With ID, 7 mm)

5G2195

310-8604

Caution plate (FDA)

10

6C9176

310-8878

LCD presser sponge

11

1T7094

Core TFT-081813N

12

9E9839

Rating plate

8-8

Remarks
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common

12
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
FX-7102 (Export)
Common
Commercial item

2-W sems
M3X8

1
b

Folded under GND plate (LCD)

10

Outline view (FX-7102)

8- 9

Outline view (FCP-7101)

8 - 10

Paper guide

No.

Part No.

1
2

6C9028

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

410-2533

Magazine unit assembly diagram

310-8601

Paper guide

Remarks

8- 11

50mm Magazine adapter (Option)

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

6C9103

310-8606

50-mm magazine adapter

5H9673

154-4914

CE mark label (Small)

8 - 12

Remarks
HB-500 (General
export) Common

50mm Paper adapter (Option)

2
1

No.

Part No.

Drawing No.

Name and type

Qty

6C9104

310-8607

50-mm paper adapter

5H9673

154-4914

CE mark label (Small)

Remarks
HB-500 (General
export) Common

8- 13

8 - 14

Chapter

Technical Instructions Related to


EMC
Emission information CISPR11.......................................................... 9-2
Immunity information (to other than radiation/conduction) ............ 9-3
Immunity information (to radiation/conduction) .............................. 9-4
Recommended distance of separation from
portable telephone, etc. ...................................................................... 9-5

Chapter 9

Technical Instructions Related to EMC


This chapter concerns 4 different information as appended documents
Required by IEC 60601-1-2.
(1) Emission information CISPR11
(2) Immunity information (to other than radiation/conduction)
(3) Immunity information (to radiation/conduction)
(4) Recommended distance of separation from portable telephone, etc.

9-1

Chapter 9

Emission information CISPR11


The following shows a declaration related to CISPR11.
Guidance and declaration by manufacturer-Electromagnetic emission-CISPR11
The equipment is intended to be used in the electromagnetic environment designated below.
Client or user of the equipment is requested to confirm the equipment will be operated in such
environment.
Emission test
Conformity
Guidance for electromagnetic environment
The equipment uses RF energy for internal functions of
RFemission
Group1
devices. Therefore, the RF emission is not so intense as
CISPR11
to cause interference with nearby electronic devices.
RFemission
Class [B]
CISPR11
The equipment is usable in all constructions such as
Harmonics
general household constructions and buildings intended
emission
Class [A]
for general household purpose which are directly
IEC 61000-3-2
connected to low-voltage commercial-frequency power
Power
supply network.
fluctuation/flicker
Yes
emission
IEC 61000-3-3

9-2

Technical Instructions Related to EMC

Immunity information (to other than radiation/conduction)


The following is a declaration related to the electromagnetic immunity of
the equipment.
Guidance and declaration by manufacturer-Electromagnetic emission-CISPR14
The equipment is intended to be used in the electromagnetic environment designated below.
Client or user of the equipment is requested to confirm the equipment will be operated in such Environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
Guidance for electromagnetic
Conformity level
test level
environment
The floor must be wood, concrete or
Electrostatic
6kV in contact.
6kV in contact.
ceramic tiles. If the floor is covered
discharge (ESD)
with synthetic material, the relative
8kV
in
air.
8kV
in
air.
IEC 61000-4-2
humidity must be at least 30%.
2kV against
2kV against
power supply
power supply
Electrical first
The quality of main source must be
line.,
Line.
transient/burst
the same as standard commercial
1kV against
1kV against
IEC 61000-4-4
use or hospital environment.
input/output
input/output
line.
Line.
1kV in
1kV in
differential mode.
differential mode. The quality of main source must be
Surge
the same as standard commercial
IEC 61000-4-5
2kV in common
2kV in common
use or hospital environment.
mode.
mode.
<5%UT
<5%UT
(drop>95%UT)
(drop>95%UT)
for 0.5 cycle.
for 0.5 cycle.
The quality of main source must be
Voltage dip,
the same as standard commercial
40%UT
40%UT
short-time failure
use or hospital environment.
(drop 60%UT)
(drop 60%UT)
and voltage
If user of the equipment requires a
for 5 cycle.
for 5 cycle.
fluctuation on
continuous operation even during
power supply input
failure of main source, use of
70%UT
70%UT
line
uninterruptible power supply or
(drop 30%UT)
(drop 30%UT)
IEC 61000-4-11
battery is recommended as power
for 25 cycle.
for 25 cycle.
source for the equipment.
<5%UT
<5%UT
(drop >95%UT)
(drop >95%UT)
for 5 seconds.
for 5 seconds.
The magnetic field intensity of
Magnetic field
source frequency must be
intensity of source
comparable to the level
frequency
3 A/m
3 A/m
characteristics of the magnetic field
(50/60Hz)
in standard commercial or hospital
IEC 61000-4-8
environment.
Note: As UT, AC main source voltage has the precedence of applied test level.

9-3

Chapter 9

Immunity information (to radiation/conduction)


The following is a declaration related to the electromagnetic immunity of
the equipment.
Guidance and declaration by manufacturer-Electromagnetic emission-Other than life support system
The equipment is intended to be used in the electromagnetic environment designated below.
Client or user of the equipment is requested to confirm the equipment will be operated in such
Environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
Guidance for electromagnetic
Conformity level
test level
environment
Any of portable and mobile RF
communication devices must not be
used within the recommended distance
of separation from any part of the
equipment as calculated by an equation
corresponding to the transmitter
frequency.
Recommended distance of separation

d = 1 .2 P

ConductedRF
IEC 61000-4-6
RadiatedRF
IEC 61000-4-3

3VRMS
150kHz to
80MHz
3V/m
80MHz to
2.5GHz

3V
3V/m

d = 1 .2 P

80MHz800MHz

d = 2 .3 P

800MHz2.5GHz

where P is the rated output power in W


of the transmitter specified by its
manufacturer, and d is the recommended
distance of separation in m.
The electric field intensity from fixed
RF transmitter determined by an
investigation of field electromagnetism (a)
must be lower than the conformity level
at each frequency band (b)
Interference may occur in the vicinity of a
device where the following symbol is
indicated.

((()))

9-4

Note 1.

In case of 80MHz and 800MHz, apply a high frequency range.

Note 2.

The guideline does not apply to all circumstances. The electromagnetic diffusion is affected by
reflection and absorption by structure, thing and person.

Technical Instructions Related to EMC


a It is impossible to accurately and theoretically estimate the electric field intensity from a stationary
sending station such as radio telephone base station (cord-less), local portable radio station, amateur
radio station, AM/FM radio broadcasting station and at TV base station. For correctly judging the
environment of electromagnetism due to stationary RF sending station, proceed to field
electromagnetism investigation. If the electric field intensity recorded at a site where the equipment is
used exceeds the above applied RF conformity level, watch the equipment to verify whether it operates
properly or not. If its operation is found abnormal, the equipment may have to be modified to match,
be moved to another place or be subjected to supplementary means.
b The electric field intensity must be 3 V/m or less over the entire frequency band of 150 MHz to 80
MHz.

9-5

Chapter 9

Recommended distance of separation from portable telephone, etc.


The following shows the recommended distance of separation of the
equipment from portable or mobile RF communication devices.
Recommended distance of separation of equipment from portable or mobile RF communication
devices
The equipment is intended to be used in the electromagnetic environment where the RF interference is
regulated. Client or user of the equipment can suppress the electromagnetic interference by controlling
the minimum distance between portable or mobile RF communication device (transmitter) and this
equipment as recommended below based on the maximum output of the sending device.
Separate distance due to frequency of transmitter
800MHz to 2.5GHz
80MHz to 800MHz
26MHz to 80MHz
Maximum rated
3 .5
3.5
7
power output in W
d =[ ] P
d =[ ] P
d
=
[
] P
E1
of transmitter
V1
V1
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
In case of maximum rated power output not listed above, recommended distance of separation d in terms of
meters (m) can be determined by an equation corresponding to the transmitter frequency. In the equation,
P is the maximum rated power output in Watts (W) of transmitter.

9-6

Note 1.

In case of 80MHz and 800MHz, apply a high frequency range.

Note 2.

The guideline does not apply to all circumstances. The electromagnetic diffusion is affected by
reflection and absorption by structure, thing and person.

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