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MoniMax 5100T Maintenance Manual

Copyright Nautilus Hyosung Inc. 2005 All right reserved

MoniMax 5100T

Revision Record

Date

Page

Version

August 2006

All

1.0

November 2007

All

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Description of Change
New Publication
Changing Model Name.
(NH-5040MoniMax 5100T)
1) Changing CI of Nautilus Hyosung.
2) Updating chapter 3.
- Adding the appearance for Type B of MoniMax 5100T.
3) Updating chapter 5.
- Adding the description for Type B of Control Electronics.
4) Updating chapter 8.
- Adding the diagram for sensors and electromagnetic

January 2010

All

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components of K-SPR5E.
- Updating the table of name and description of sensors and
electromagnetic parts.
- Adding block diagram of K-SPR5E
5) Updating chapter 9.
- Adding the description for type B of power supply.
6) Adding the description for the Enhanced Operator Panel.
7) Updating the error code table of chapter 13.

MoniMax 5100T

Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Overview
1.1. About the MoniMax 5100T

................................................................................................1-2

1.2. Basic Features .....................................................................................................................1-2


1.3. What is in this manual ...........................................................................................................1-4
1.4. Terminologies ........................................................................................................................1-5

Chapter 2. Safety Warnings


2.1. Overview ..............................................................................................................................2-2
2.2. Description of Precaution Symbols ......................................................................................2-3

Chapter 3. System Configuration


3.1. External Appearance ...........................................................................................................3-2
3.2. H/W Configuration ...............................................................................................................3-7

Chapter 4. User Handling Unit


4.1. Appearance and Arrangement
4.2. Display

...........................................................................................4-2

...............................................................................................................................4-3

4.3. Panel Control Board (PNC) .................................................................................................4-8


4.4. Encrypted Pin Pad (EPP) ..................................................................................................4-10
4.5. Display Board

..................................................................................................................4-11

Chapter 5. Control Electronics


5.1. Main Control Electronics ......................................................................................................5-2
5.2. Boards and CMOS setting.....................................................................................................5-8
5.3. CE DC/DC Board

...........................................................................................................5-22

5.4. Cabling and Interface

.....................................................................................................5-26

Optional A. Control Electronics : Type B

.................................................................................5-34

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Chapter 6. Cash Dispensing Unit


6.1. Appearance and Functional Diagram ................................................................................... 6-2
6.2. Unit Block Diagram ............................................................................................................... 6-6
6.3. Module and Sensor Replacement ........................................................................................ 6-7
6.4. Adjustment Standard
6.5. Oiling Standard

......................................................................................................... 6-26

................................................................................................................. 6-27

6.6. Cleaning Standard

............................................................................................................ 6-29

6.7. Setting Specifications

....................................................................................................... 6-30

6.8. Cable Connection Diagram ................................................................................................ 6-31


6.9. Interface Specifications

..................................................................................................... 6-32

Chapter 7. Magnetic Card Unit (MCU)


7.1. Appearance and Arrangement .............................................................................................. 7-2
7.2. Unit Block Diagram ............................................................................................................... 7-4
7.3. Cable Connection Diagram .................................................................................................. 7-5
7.4. Interface Specifications ........................................................................................................ 7-6

Chapter 8. Receipt Printer


8.1. Appearance and Functional Diagram ................................................................................... 8-2
8.2. Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................... 8-6
8.3. Disassembly / Assembly Diagrams of Modules and Sensors
8.4. Oiling Criteria

............................................. 8-8

.................................................................................................................... 8-15

8.5. Dip Switch Settings

........................................................................................................... 8-18

8.6. Cable Connection Diagram ................................................................................................ 8-19


8.7. Interface Specifications
8.8. Troubleshooting

..................................................................................................... 8-20

................................................................................................................ 8-23

Chapter 9. Power Supply


9.1. Appearance

........................................................................................................................ 9-2

9.2. Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................... 9-3


9.3. Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 9-4
Optional A. Power Supply : Type B (250W) ................................................................................ 9-7

MoniMax 5100T

Chapter 10. Vault


10.1. Electronic Combination Lock

......................................................................................... 10-2

10.2. Cencon System S2000 .................................................................................................... 10-6

Chapter 11. Enhanced Operator Panel (Option)


11.1. Appearance and Arrangement Plan ..................................................................................11-1
11.2. Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................11-3
11.3. Disassembling / Assembling Module ................................................................................11-4
11.4. Board Specifications .........................................................................................................11-5
11.5. Display Controller .............................................................................................................11-7

Chapter 12. Consumables Specifications


12.1. Consumables List ............................................................................................................ 12-2
12.2. Receipt Paper Specifications............................................................................................. 12-2
12.3. Magnetic Card Specifications ............................................................................................ 12-6

Chapter 13. Error code and Troubleshooting


13.1. Card Reader ................................................................................................................... 13-2
13.2. Cash Dispenser .............................................................................................................. 13-3
13.3. Receipt Printer .............................................................................................................. 13-13
13.4. Rear Operator Panel (Option)......................................................................................... 13-15
13.5. Miscellaneous ............................................................................................................... 13-17
13.6. Host NG Code

............................................................................................................. 13-20

13.7. Application Error Code (Including Com. Error) .............................................................. 13-24


13.8. Application Error Code (Middle Program Associated) ................................................... 13-29

MoniMax 5100T

1. Introduction

Chapter 1.

Introduction

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MoniMax 5100T

1. Introduction

1. Introduction
1.1 About the MoniMax 5100T ATM
The model MoniMax 5100T (Through-The-Wall Type) is designed to meet the higher transaction
volumes and the low maintenance components. Whether installed as a walk-up or drive-through,
model MoniMax 5100T offers solid, weatherized construction while its compact architecture allows
flexibility in mounting. The MoniMax 5100T ATM is easy to use, easy to service and is able to support
customers needs.

1.2 Basic Features


Important features of the model MoniMax 5100T ATM is highlighted in the following list:

UL 291 Business hour listed or complied with safe

UL 291 Level 1 listed or complied with safe (optional)

KABA MAS Cencon lock

Electronic combination lock or mechanical combination lock (optional)

Normal bright 10.4 TFT LCD (400cd/)

Sunlight visible 10.4 TFT LCD (1,500cd/) (optional)

User-friendly keypad and display interface

Operating system with Windows XP Professional


Or with Embedded Windows XP

256 Memory, 80GB HDD, high speed CD-ROM

Support PCI 3 expansion slot, USB 4 ports

PCI certified Encrypted PIN Pad


or VISA certified Encrypted PIN Pad

Supporting LAN communications, using TCP/IP

Complying with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for height and access
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Supporting multiple serial interface up to 8~9 ports

Function key compatible with NDC

Supporting enormous bill capacity up to 8,000 notes in cash dispenser (Optional)

Supporting U.S. and international currency types

Dip card reader

Semi-automated receipt paper loading for operators convenience

Support a rear operator panel for operators convenience (Option)

Modular design for easy maintenance

Quick setup feature

Advertisement feature for bank promotion

Rear access cabinet and rear access available for easy service

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1. Introduction

1.3 What is in this manual


This MoniMax 5100T Manual contains all information needed for normal operational use.
This

manual

contains

Unit

Specifications,

Opening

&

Closing

Procedures,

Operator

Functions(Supervisor Screen), Error Recovery, etc.


Some of the information in this manual may be subsequently updated based on the customers needs
or the improvement by Nautilus Hyosung.

1.4 Terminologies
CE : Control Electronics
Earphone Jack : Voice Converter for Visually Disabled Persons (ADA)
CDU : Cash Dispensing Unit
EPP : Encrypted PIN Pad
ISO: International Standard Organization
ISO 1: IATA(International Air Transaction Association)
ISO 2: ABA (American Banks Association)
ISO 3: MINTS (Mutual Institutions National Transfer Systems)
MCU : Magnetic Card Unit
OPL : Operator Panel (LCD Screen)
P/S : Power Supply
SPR : Slip Printer (Receipt Printer)
T-SPL : Supervisor Panel (LCD Screen)

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2. Safety Precautions

Chapter 2. Safety Precautions

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2. Safety Precautions

2. Safety Precautions
2.1 Overview
Common Safety Precaution
Safety Precautions outlined this manual provide information on safe and
proper handling of the product. Non-compliance of the safety
precautions may result in injury or damage to the product.
This precaution symbol with sample term tells you safety warnings
during equipment handlings.

Please read the following instructions before operating equipment.

Operate equipment in the order outlined in this manual.

Follow safety precautions indicated in this manual, as well as the equipment itself.
Failure to properly address these precautions may lead to injury or damage to
the product.

Avoid operations not addressed in this manual.

If you cannot remedy system problems using the methods outlined in this manual,
please refer to contact information listed in the manual.

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2. Safety Precautions

2.2 Description of Precaution Symbols


Description

Symbol
Electrical Shock Warning

Do not remove cover. Only a maintenance engineer in allowed to open the cover.
Do not touch. You may receive electric shock.
Make sure to turn off the power when servicing the equipment.

High Temperature Warning


Do not touch the equipment when it is running.
The equipment can get extremely hot and may cause a burn.
Make sure to close the cover before running the equipment.

Use Precaution when Moving


The equipment is heavy. Make sure at least 2 people lift or move the equipment.
Do not attempt to move the equipment alone. You may be injured from dropping the
heavy equipment.

Fire Hazard
Place the equipment in an area away from any combustible materials.
The equipment may catch on fire from overheating or short circuit of the power
supply unit.

Disassembly Warnings
Do not disassemble or modify the equipment unless you are a certified engineer.
Contact the service center for maintenance, adjustments and repairs.
Improper disassembly may cause fire or electrical shock.

Collapse Precautions
Do not place the equipment where the floor cannot sustain the weight of the
equipment, or on slanted or unstable surface.
Equipment may fall and cause injury or damage.

Unplug the Equipment


Stop using the equipment immediately if it smokes, emits an unusual smell, makes
abnormal sounds, or if liquids or other foreign materials enter the equipment.
If the above-mentioned abnormalities occur, immediately turn off the power, unplug
the equipment and contact the service center.
If you ignore these symptoms, the equipment may catch on fire or cause electric
shock.

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3. System Configuration

Chapter 3. System Configuration

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3. System Configuration

3. System Configuration
3.1 External Appearance
3.1.1 Dimensions
(1) Adjustor Type

Note :
1) The unit is millimeter and inch with [ ] .
2) 1 inch equals 25.4mm

Fig. 3.1(a) Dimensions for Adjustor Type


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3. System Configuration

(2) Non Adjustor Type

Fig. 3.1(b) Dimensions for Non Adjustor Type

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3. System Configuration

3.1.2 Component Name and Locations

Component Location (Front)

Fig. 3.2 Component Location (Front)

1. Lighted Top Panel


2. LCD & Customer Keypad
3. Cash Tray
4. Slip Printer Slot

5. Flicker
6. Card Reader Slot
7. Earphone Jack
8. Encrypted PIN Pad

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3. System Configuration

Component Location (Back, Type A)

1
4
5

Fig. 3.3 (a) Component Location (Back, Type A)

1. Slip Printer(SPR)
2. Cash Dispenser Unit(CDU)
3. Vault Door

4. Control Electronics
5. Rear Operator Panel

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3. System Configuration

Component Location (Back, Type B)

2
6

8
3

Fig. 3.3 (b) Component Location (Back, Type B)

1. Rear Operator Panel


2. Receipt Printer
3. Vault Door
4. Battery

5. Power Supply
6. Control Electronics
7. Cash Dispenser
8. Cash Cassette

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3. System Configuration

3.2 Hardware Configuration


3.2.1 System Block Diagram

System Block Diagram (Type A)

C E ASSY
CPU : VIA C3 800MHz
Memory : 128MB

LAN

MODEM

COM1

CDU
1 CST

COM2

SPR

COM3

PNC

PNC COM
Port
Flicker
Sensor

Reserved

COM5

USB

SPL
Reserved

COM6

Reserved

COM8

Extension
SERIAL
CARD

Watch dog

COM9

COM7

Function
Key
COM4

USB #1

CRT

EPP
10.4" LCD

USB #2

Option
Disk On Chip
16MB

FDD
1.44MB

HDD
30GB

CD-ROM

SOUND

NDC
WAVE B/D

Speake

ADA Earphone
K/B

Mou
se

Fig. 3.4 (a) System Block Diagram :Type A

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3. System Configuration

System Block Diagram (Type B)

Fig. 3.4 (b) System Block Diagram : Type B

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4. User Handling Unit

Chapter 4. User Handling Unit

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4. User Handling Unit

4. User Handling Unit


Basically, the user handling unit is composed of the function Key and operation key that the customers
operate by themselves. It also includes monitor, cameras, speakers and associated boards.

4.1 External Appearance/Arrangement Plan

Fig 4.1 Rear view of User Handling Unit

Unit
Display Unit

Item

Specifications

Display size and method

12.1 inch TFT LCD

Resolution

800 X 600 pixels (SVGA)

Color configuration

R.G.B. Vertical stripe

Input Device Unit Touch panel

Voice

N/A

Function key

8 Key

Operation key

16 Key

Voice guide

Output to the speaker

Volume control method

Control by the volume

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4.2 Display
This display is composed of privacy display filter, protective glass, LCD, DC/DC converter, analog
board, inverter and On Screen Display (OSD) board as shown in the figure below.
Front Bezel
(CD)

Protective Glass
Privacy Filter

TFT-LCD

LCD Unit Frame

Analog Board

Invertors

OSD Board

4.2.1 General Description


4.2.1.1 Description
This monitor is a color active matrix TFT (Thin Film Transistor) liquid display that use amorphous
silicon TFT switching devices. This monitor is composed of a TFT LCD panel, a driver circuit and a
back-light system. The resolution of 10.4- inch contains 800 x 600 pixels
4.2.1.2 Basic Features
High contrast ratio, High aperture structure
Wide viewing angle
High-speed response
SGA (800x600 pixels) resolution

Lower power consumption

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4.2.1.3 General Specifications


Item

Specification

Unit

Active area

211.2(H) x 158.4(V)

Mm

Number of pixel

800 x 600

Pixel

Pixel arrangement

RGB vertical stripe

Pixel pitch

0.264(H) x 0.264 (W)

Display mode

Normally white

Note

mm

4.2.1.4 General Precautions


1) Handling

When the module is assembled, it should be attached to the system firmly using every
mounting holes. Be careful not to twist and bend the modules.

Refraining from strong mechanical shock and/or any force to the module. In addition to
damage, this may cause improper operation or damage to the module and CCFT backlight

Wipe off water droplets or oil immediately. If you leave the droplets for a long time,
staining and discoloration may occur

When this module is disassembled from the front panel and is tried to assemble again,
you should check the condition of surface. If the surface of the polarizer is dirty by the
foreign things, dusts, fingerprint, clean it using some absorbent cotton or soft cloth

The desirable cleaners are water, IPA(Isopropyl Alcohol) or Hexane. Do not use Ketone
type materials (ex.Acetone), Ethyl alcohol, Toluence, Ethyl acid or Methyl chloride. It
might permanent damage to the polarizer due to chemical reaction.

If the liquid crystal material leaks from the panel, it should be kept away from the eyes or
mouth. In case of contact with hands, legs or clothes, it must be washed away
thoroughly with soap

Protect the module from static, it may cause damage to the C-MOS Gage Array IC

Use finger-stalls with soft gloves in order to keep display clean during the incoming
inspection and assembly process

Do not adjust the variable resistor which is located on the back side.

Pins of I/F connector shall not be touched directly with bare hands.

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2) Storage

Do not leave the module in high temperature, and high humidity for a long time. It is
highly recommended to store the module with temperature from 0 to 35 and relative
humidity of less than 70%

Do not store the TFT-LCD module in direct sunlight

The module shall be stored in a dark place. It is prohibited to apply sunlight or


fluorescent light during the store

3) Operation

Do not connect, disconnect the module in the Power On condition.

Module has high frequency circuits. Sufficient suppression to the electromagnetic


interference shall be done by system manufactures. Grounding and shielding methods
may be important to minimize the interference.

4) Others

Avoid condensation of water. It may result in improper operation or disconnection of


electrode.

If the module displays the same pattern continuously for a long period of time, it can be
the situation when the image stick to the screen

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4.2.2 Dimension

Fig 4.2 Dimension of TFT- LCD


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4.2.3 Reliability
No

Test Item

Conditions

High temperature storage test

Ta=60 240h

Low temperature storage test

Ta=-20 240h

High temperature & High humility


operation

Ta=40, 90%RH, 240h

High temperature operation test

Ta=50

50%RH 240h

Low temperature operation test

Ta=0 240h

Vibration test (non-operating)

1.5G, 10~200Hz, 3axis, 0.5h/axis

Shock test (non-operating)

Half sine wave:50G/20ms, one shock of each six


faces
1.-203 : 0.5h, -603 : 0.5h,

Thermal Shock (non-operating)

2. 100 cycles
3. Temperature transition time within 5 minutes

Note : Result Evaluation Criteria is as follows


There should be no change which might affect the practical display function when the
display quality in conducted under normal operating condition.

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4. User Handling Unit

4.3 Panel Control Board (PNC Board)


4.3.1 Appearance and Connector Description
PS_CTRL

SPL

CE

C_POST
USB
F_DOOR
S_DOOR
SJP3,
SJP4

SPEAKER
ADA DECT

+24V
SJP5, SJP6
PS_CONN

FLICKER

DC/DC
OPL

FK_L

EPP

FK_R

SJP1,
SJP2

MCR_IF

Fig 4.3 The layout of PNC Board


1) Jumper Setting
Jumper
SJP1
SJP2
SJP3
SJP4

Type

Option

Function

Soler

Open

Jumper

Short

Logic 1

Soler

Open

Jumper

Short

Logic 0

Soler

Open

Jumper

Short

P-ON

Soler

Open

Jumper

Short

POFF-N

Default
Short
Open

Remark
- Adjusts MBS5000_PNC Logic0
and Logic 1

Open
- MBS5000_PNC is not used
Open

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Jumper
SJP5

SJP6

4. User Handling Unit

Type

Option

Function

Soler

Open

Jumper

Short

VCC

Open

Short

+12V

Soler
Jumper

Default
Open

Remark
- Sets flicker LED voltage (VCC or
+12V) in relation to CDU, PBM,
SHU and MCR
- In use display flicker is connected

Short

to the VCC circuit without change.


SJP6 is not for jumper setting.

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4. User Handling Unit

4.4 Encryption Pin Pad (EPP)


4.4.1 Encryption Pin Pad Board

Fig 4.4 The structure of EPP module


CN2 : Communication connector to the main board
CN1 : Power supply connector
J1

: Short only while program is downloading, after that make it open

SW : In normal status, SW should be located in off mode

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4. User Handling Unit

4.5 Display Board


4.5.1 Specifications
1) Basic Features
- Available Resolution Mode : 720*400, 640*480, 800*600, 1024*768 Mode
- Supporting 1CH 8bit LVDS
- Compliance with VESA DDC1 & DDC2 Standards & VESA DPMS Standard
- Supporting 1 Language OSD
- Supporting Minato Touch Screen Interface
2) Hardware Specifications
(1) CPU
- Processor : MTV512MV (MYSON), 8051 core, 64KB Internal Program memory
- Clock Input : 14.318MHz
- OSD (On Screen Display) Control
- LCD Panel ON/OFF
- LCD Panel brightness Control
- F/W Download

(2) Power UNIT


- Input : +12V, GND
- Output : 12V BY PASS To use for INVERTER
AP1501 - +5V(Max 3A)
LTM1587CM : +3.3V(MAX 3.7A), for LCD PANEL
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RC1117-3.3V : +3.3V(Typ 1.5A), for CORE


RC1117-2.5V : 2.5V(Typ 1.5A), for SCALER
- Power Diagram

3) Hardware Block Diagram

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4. User Handling Unit

4.5.2 Appearance and Pin Description

1) External Appearance

J11

J13

J4

J1

J7

J8

J14

J5

Fig 4.5 The appearance of display board

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4. User Handling Unit

2)Connector Configuration
1) J1(53014_8Pin, P/N : 33309308) : OSD B/D
PIN
1
2
3
4

Description
NC
VCC(+5V)
LED_GREEN
LED_RED

PIN
5
6
7
8

Description
GND
KEY1
KEY2
NC

2) J4(53014_7Pin, P/N : 33309307) : INVERTER


PIN
1
2
3
4

Description
VCC (+12V)
VCC (+12V)
GND
CONTROL(ON/OFF)

PIN
5
6
7
-

Description
GND
NC
BRIGHT_ADJ
-

3) J5(D_SUB 15Pin, P/N : 33403301) : Analog R,G,B Input


PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
RED
GREEN
BLUE
GND
VGA_DET
GND
GND
GND

PIN
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
-

Description
NC
GND
GND
ASDA
HSYNC_A
VSYNC_A
ASCL
-

4) J8(5569_4Pin, P/N : 33311904) : +12V Power Input


PIN
1
2

Description
+12V
GND

PIN
5
6

Description
NC
NC

5) J7(LVDS_20Pin, P/N : 3345000001) : LVDS Output


PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description
NC(SKIP)
GND
TXOP3
TXOM3
GND
TXCLKP1
TXCLKM2
GND
TXOP2
TXOM2

PIN
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Description
GND
TXOP1
TXOM1
GND
TXOP0
TXOM0
GND
GND
PANEL_PWR
PANEL_PWR

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6) J11(JUMPER_6Pin, P/N : 33313601) : LCD Panel Power Selecting


PIN
1,2
3,4
5,6

JUMPER SETTING
+ 3.3V
+ 5V
+ 12V

7) J13(HIROSE_10Pin, P/N : 33301410) : Touch Screen(Touch Panel to AD B/D)


PIN
1
2
3
4
5

Description
GND
RXD
NC
+5V
GND

PIN
6
7
8
9
10

Description
GND
TXD
NC
+5V
GND

8) J14(D-SUB 9Pin, P/N : 33401801) : Touch Screen(AD B/D to Host)


PIN
1
2
3
4
5

Description
NC
RXD
TXD
NC
GND

PIN
6
7
8
9
-

Description
NC
NC
NC
NC
-

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5. Control Electronics

Chapter 5. Control Electronics

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5. Control Electronics

5. Control Electronics : Type A


5.1 Main Control Electronics
5.1.1 Appearance/ Functional Diagram

COM Por
HDD

CD-ROM

CR

Mouse
& K/B

COM Port
5~7

Fig.5.1 External Appearance

Watch Dog Board

Main Board

USB Extension

Back Board

Serial Card

Fig.5.2 Inside the control electronics

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5.1.2 Block Diagram

C E ASSY
CPU : VIA

COM1

COM2

LAN

MODEM

Reserved

COM5

USB

SPL NH-1000

COM6

Reserved

COM7

Reserved

COM8

Extension
SERIAL
CARD

Watch dog

COM9

COM3

COM4

USB #1

CRT

USB #2

Option
Disk On Chip

FDD

HDD

CD-ROM

SOUND

K/B

Mou

Note. SPL means the service panel for teller or serviceman and it corresponds to a kind of real
operator display
Fig.5.3 The block diagram of control electronics

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5. Control Electronics

5.1.3 Disassembly/ Assembly Diagram


1) Disassembling CE Unit
- Open the rear door and side door with key and turn power off by switching red button on power
supply.

- Then carefully disconnect all connectors connected to control electronics step by step.

- Control electronics body can be taken out by unscrewing two M4 screw

2) Disassembling a CE Unit Panel CE

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- Remove the screws marked in the following figure.

3) Removing the Internal CE boards


(1) Disassembling a HDD

- Remove the cable connected to the HDD, unscrew the screws marked in the following figure, and
remove the HDD.

(2) Removing FDD and CD-ROM (Option)


- Remove the screws marked in Figure 1 and 2 to remove the bracket.

<Figure1> Upper Side of the Internal CE

<Figure2> Front View of CE Unit


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- Remove the screws marked in the following figure to remove FDD and CD-ROM.

FDD fixing screw

CD-ROM
affixing screws
<Figure3> Left Side of the Bracket

<Figure4>Right Side of the Bracket

(3) Disassembling an USB Serial Card


- Remove the two screws marked in Figure 1 and remove the card.
Direction to remove.

<Figure1> Sectional Diagram of CE Unit Board

(4) Disassembling a Modem


- Remove the screws marked in the following figure and pull in the downward direction to remove
a modem.

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(5) Disassembling a backboard


- Remove the backboard screws and pull in the downward direction to remove

(6) Disassembling a main board


- Remove the main board screws and remove the main board from the panel.

4) Reassembling the CE Unit


- Take the reverse order of CE unit disassembly in 3) to reassemble the CE unit.

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5.2 Board and CMOS Setting


5.2.1 Main board
(1) Specifications
Item
CPU
BIOS
Chipset
Memory
Enhanced IDE
Standard
SBC
Functions

FDD Interface
Parallel Port
Serial Port
KB/Mouse
USB Connector
DMA
Interrupt
Battery
Chipset

Flat Panel
/CRT Interface

Display Type
Resolution

Sound Interface

Hardware Monitoring

Mechanical
Environment
Expansion
Interface
SSD Interface

P/S Voltage
Operating
Temperature
Board Dimension
(LX)
Weight
PC104 Connector
PISA Slot

Specifications
Onboard Embedded VIA C3 CPU with
800MHz/133MHz FSB
Phoenix-Award BIOS
VIA VT8606 + VT82C686B
Onboard one 144-pin SO-DIMM socket for up
to 512MB SDRAM
Supports up to four IDE devices, Supports Ultra
DMA33/66/100 mode
One floppy disk Interface supports up to two
floppy disk drives, 5.25c (360KB and 1.2MB)
and/or 3.5c (720KB, 1.44MB and2.88MB)
One multi-mode parallel port (SPP/ECP/EPP)
Four RS-232 serial ports (16C550 equivalent)
Supports PC/AT keyboard and PS/2 mouse
Supports two USB ports
7 DMA channels (8237 equivalent)
15 interrupt levels (8259 equivalent)
Lithium battery for CMOS data Retention PC99
ACPI Compliant
Integrated Prosavage4 2D/3D accelerator
Supports 8/16/32MB of Frame buffer full internal
AGP 4X performance
Support non-interlaced CRT, LVDS
Up to 1600X1200@16bit colors
Integrated AC97 Codec interface
Hardware Sound Blaster Pro for Windows Dos
box and real-mode DOS legacy compatibility
Line output
On-bard voltage monitors for CPU Vcore, +2.5V,
+5V, +12V, +3.3V
System health status detect
System temperature sensor
CPU temperature monitoring through flexible
thermal sensor
+5V (5%), +12V (5%)

Remark
-

0 to 60

210mm X 160mm

0.4Kg
One 16bit PC104connector Onboard
One PISA Slot Onboard
Onboard 32-Pin DIP socket support M-System
DiskOnChip 2000 Series

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(2) Board Silk

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(3) Jumper
Definition
A jumper is one or two pins on the board.
Usage
System is implemented by setting the jumper.
Implementation method
- Close (Enable): Put on the jumper cap.
- Open (Disable): Remove the jumper cap.

Notation

Description

CLOSE

Pins 1 & 2closed

OPEN

Pins 1 & 2 open

Illustration

Pins 2 & 3 closed

2-3

3-5, 4 -6

Pins 3 & 5 closed


Pins 4 & 6 closed

Setting
- JBAT1 (CMOS Setting)
PIN
1-2
2-3

Signal
Normal
CMOS Clear

- JP1 (Right Volume)


- JP2 (Left Volume)
- J1 (Reset Switch)

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5.2.2 CMOS Setting


Setting Method
- Press the <Del> key when the system is started or re-booted to display the setup screen.
- Use the arrow key to move between the items in the initial setup screen.
- To change the item, move the cursor to the target item and press the <PgUp> or <PgDn> key.
- Press the <ESC> key to exit from the setup screen.
- To save the settings, press the <Y> key when the SAVE to CMOS and EXIT (Y/N) message appears. Or,
press the <ESC> key or press the <Y> key when the Quit without Saving (Y/N) message appears.
Main Menu (Factory Default)
- Use the following settings for optimal system environment.
(Note) It is recommended that the following settings be not changed.

Main
Advanced
System Time:
System Date:
Legacy Diskette
Legacy Diskette
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
Memory shadow
Memory cache
Quick Boot Mode:
Floppy check:
Summary screen:
System Memory
Extended Memory

Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility


Security
Power
Boot
Exit
[hh/mm/ss]
Item Specific Help
[mm/dd/yyyy]
<Tab>, <shift-Tab> or
[Enter] selects field.
[Disabled]
A:
[Disabled]
B:
[20004MB]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
640KB
121856KB

F1 Help, selected Item -/+ change values F9 setup Defaults


ESC Exit <- -> select menu Enter select sub-Menu F10 save and exit

- Memory Shadow
Memory Shadow
Memory shadow
System shadow:
Video shadow:

[Enabled]
[Enabled]

Item Specific Help


Enabled copies video
BIOS to shadow RAM.
Improves Performance.

F1 Help, selected Item -/+ change values F9 setup Defaults


ESC Exit <- -> select menu Enter select sub-Menu F10 save and exit

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- Memory cache
Memory Cache
Memory Cache:
Cache System BIOS area:
Cache Video BIOS area:
Cache Base 0-512K:
Cache Base 512K-640K:
Cache Extended Memory Area:

[Enabled]
[Writeprotect]
[Writeprotect]
[WriteBack]
[WriteBack]
[WriteBack]

Cache A000-AFFF:
Cache B000-BFFF:
Cache C800-CFFF:
Cache CC00-CFFF:
Cache D000-D3FF:
Cache D400-D7FF:
Cache D800-DBFF:
Cache DC00-DFFF:
Cache E000-E3FF:
Cache E400-E7FF:
Cache E800-E7FF:
Cache EC00-EFFF:

[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Write Protect]
[Write Protect]
[Write Protect]
[Write Protect]

Item Specific Help


Sets the state of the
Memory cache

F1 Help, selected Item -/+ change values F9 setup Defaults


ESC Exit <- -> select menu Enter select sub-Menu F10 save and exit

Advanced
Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Power
Setup Warning
Setting items in this menu to incorrect
Values may cause your system to malfunction
PCI configuration
Advanced Chipset Control
I/O Device Configuration
Hardware Monitor
PS/2Mouse

[Autodetect]

Boot Video Device:


LCD Panel Type:
Local Bus IDE adaptor:
On chip Multi-function Device:

[Auto]
[1]
[Both]

Large Disk Multi-function Device:


Installed O/S:
Reset Configuration Data:

[Dos]
[Other]
[No]

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Boot
Exit
Item Specific Help
Additional Setup
Minus to configure
PCI Devices

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5. Control Electronics

- PCI configuration

PCI Configuration

Item Specific Help

PCI Device,

slot #1

Setup Items for

PCI Device,

slot #2

configuration the

PCI Device,

slot #3

Specific PCI device.

PCI Device,

slot #4

PCI PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion


Audio Controller IRQ:

[Auto Select]

USB

[Auto Select]

Controller IRQ:

PCI Device, slot(#1~4)

PCI slot

Item Specific Help

Option ROM Scan:

[Enabled]

Initialize device

Enable Master:

[Disabled]

Expansion ROM

Latency Timer:

[0040h]

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PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion

PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion

Item Specific Help

IRQ5:

[Available]

Reserves the specified IRQ

IRQ7:

[Available]

for use by legacy ISA

IRQ10:

[Available]

devices.

IRQ11:

[Available]

- Advanced Chipset Control

Advanced Chipset Control

Item Specific Help

PCI Delay Transaction:

[Enabled]

If any items in this menu

Default Primary Video Adapter:

[AGP]

require changes.

Aperture Size:

[64M]

please consult your

Frame Buffer Size:

[8Mb]

system administrator.

AGP Rate:

[1X]

- I/O Device Configuration

I/O Device Configuration

Item Specific Help

Serial Port A:

[Enabled]

Configure serial port

Base I/O address:

[3F8]

Adjusting options

Interrupt:

[IRQ4]

[Disabled]

Serial port B:

[Enabled]

No configuration

Mode:

[Normal]

[Enabled]

Base I/O address:

[2F8]

User configuration

Interrupt:

[IRQ3]

[Auto]
BIOS or OS chooses

Parallel port:
Floppy disk Controller:
Base I/O Address:

[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Primary]
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[OS controlled]
Displayed when controlled
by OS

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- Hardware Monitor
Hardware Monitor
Vcore

Item Specific Help

1.30V

If any items in this menu

V(2,5)

2.41V

require changes,

V(3,3)

2.41V

please consult your

V(5)

2.41V

system administrator

V(12)

2.41V

CPU Temp.1 = 52/25


CPU Temp.2 = 22/71
CPU Temp.3 = 25/77
- On Chip Multi-function Device
On Chip Multi-function Device

Item Specific Help

Onchip USB 2:

[Disabled]

Enable/Disable

Onboard Legacy Audio:

[Enabled]

Function 3

MPU-401:

[Disabled]

Joystick:

USB Port 2-3

[Disabled]

Modem Device:

[Disabled]

Security
Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
Main

Advanced

Security

Power

Supervisor Password Is:

[Clear]

User Password Is:

[Clear]

Set Supervisor Password:

[Enter]

Set User Password:

[Enter]

Diskette access:

[Supervisor]

Fixed disk boot sector:

[Normal]

Virus check reminder :

[Disabled]

System backup reminder:

[Disabled]

System checkup reminder:

[Disabled]

Password in boot:

[Disabled]

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Boot

Exit

Item Specific Help


Supervisor password
controls access to the
setup utility.

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Power
Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
Main

Advanced

Security

Power

Boot

Exit

Power Savings:

[Disabled]

Enable ACPI (debug only):

[Yes]

Idle Mode:

[off]

Standby Timeout:

[off]

Maximum Power Savings

Auto Suspend Timeout:

[off]

conserves

Item Specific Help

the

greatest

amount of system power


Suspend Mode:

[Suspend]

Maximum

performance

Hard Disk Timeout:

[Disabled]

conserves

power

Video Timeout:

[Disabled]

allows

greatest

performance.

To

settings,

but

system
alter

Resume On Modem Ring:

[off]

these

choose

Resume On Time:

[off]

Customized. To turn off

Resume Time:

[00;00;00]

power

management;

choose Disabled

Boot
Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
Main

Advanced

Removable

Security

Power

Devices + Hand Drive

Boot

Exit

Item Specific Help

CD-ROM Drive

Keys used to view or configure

Network Boot

devices;
<Enter> expands or collapses
devices with a + or
<ctrl + Enter> expands all
<shift +1> enables or disables a
device.
<+> and <-> moves the device up
or down
<n> May move removable device
between Hard Disk or Removable
Disk
<d> Remove a device that is not
installed

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Exit
Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
Main

Advanced

Security

Power

Exit Saving Changes

Boot

Exit

Item Specific Help

Exit Discarding changes

Exit system setup and

Load setup Defaults

save your charges to

Discard changes

CMOS

Save changes

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5.2.3 Other Boards


1) Back Board
(1) Board Silk
SLOT

ISA1
PCI1

PCI2

PCI3

- Slot configuration: PCI1, PCI2, compatible slot (PCI3, ISA1)

2) Modem
(1) Board Silk
PJ1,PJ2

PJ9

PJ10 PJ3~PJ7
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(2) Jumper Setting

Open

Close

<Figure> Solder Jumper

Jumper

Setting

Usage

PJ1

Open

PJ2

Close

PJ3

Open

PJ4

Close

PJ5

Open

PJ6

Open

PJ7

Close

PJ9

Open

PJ10

Close

Sets clock enable/disable in relation

Sets buzzer sound path

Remark
Solder Jumper
-

Sets IRQ No.

Sets the Reset signal input path

to ICT application
Note) The above table shows the factory setting values.
<Table> Jumper Setting

3) USB Serial Card


(1) Board Silk

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(2) Functions
Converts 1 USB port to 5 serial ports
Used to expand serial port.
Compatible with the USB specification 1.1 and supports up to115K data rate.
ISP1122ABD: 5 port USB hub IC
- Function of 5 port USB hub
FT8U232AM: USB serial transfer IC
- Convert the USB to the serial port
MAX211E : RS-232 Transceivers
- Converts the TTL level to RS-232 level.
AT93C46B : Serial EEPROM
Saves USB VID and PID, and identifies the serial port number.
FDS9435A : P-Channel Power MOSFET
- Plays a role of a power switch, and detects the over-current.
PCI card type that can be mounted on the PCI slot. Separate power is supplied and can be mounted as an
external device.
(3) Jumper
- JP1, JP2, JP3, JP4, JP5: When writing to EEPROM using a separate program, other EEPROM except
the writing EEPROM will be short. Only the writing EEPROM will be opened.
(4) LED Specification
Functions
- Displays the data transmission status of each port.
- Displays the USB connection status.
Note) D13 will be on if the USB connector is connected.
Detailed Description

LED

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

Color RedGreen Red Green Red Green Red Green Red Green
Signal TX1 RX1 TX2 RX2 TX3 RX3 TX4

RX4

TX5

D13
Green

RX5 USB Connection

Connector
- CN1 (2 Pin): Power supply when mounted as an external device.
- CN2 (B Type USB Connector): Connect to the general-purpose USB connector. Used for debugging or
cable expansion.
- JS1 (4PIN): Connect to the USB connector in the NANOCASH- mother board.
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- CN3, CN4, CN5, CN6, CN7 (10 Pin): USB serial port.
- CN8 (50PIN): Used when CN3 ~ CN7 interfaces are expanded.

4) PNC Board
(1) PNC Silk
PS_CTRL

SPL

CE

C_POST
USB
F_DOOR
SPEAKER

S_DOOR
SJP3,
SJP4

ADA DECT

+24V
SJP5, SJP6
PS_CONN

FLICKER

DC/DC
OPL

FK_L

EPP

FK_R

SJP1,
SJP2

MCR_IF

(2) Jumper Setting


Jumper
SJP1
SJP2
SJP3
SJP4
SJP5
SJP6

Type
Soler
Jumper
Soler
Jumper
Soler
Jumper
Soler
Jumper
Soler
Jumper
Soler
Jumper

Option
Open
Short
Open
Short
Open
Short
Open
Short
Open
Short
Open
Short

Function
Logic 1
Logic 0
P-ON
POFF-N
VCC
+12V

Default
Short
Open

Remark
- Adjusts MBS5000_PNC Logic0
and Logic 1

Open
- MBS5000_PNC is not used
Open
Open

Short

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- Sets flicker LED voltage (VCC or


+12V) in relation to CDU, PBM,
SHU and MCR
- In use display flicker is connected
to the VCC circuit without change.
SJP6 is not for jumper setting.

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5. Control Electronics

5.3 CE DC/DC Board


5.3.1 Appearance and Block Diagram

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5.3.2 Specifications
(1) Environmental Condition
Condition

Operation

Temperature

0 55

Humidity

20 80%

Storage

Condition

Operating

Movement

-20 70

Vibration

0.5 G

2.0 G

10 90%

Impact

2.0 G

10.0 G

M.T.B.F.

20,000 Hrs

(2) Mechanical Specifications


Dimension

219(L)x127(W)x49(H)mm

Case Color

White

Case Material

AL 1.5t

Case Drawing NO

Weight

About 0.5 Kg

Model Label

UL 94-V2

The Other

(3) Voltage and Insulation Resistance Limit

Division

Voltage Limit
Insulation
Resistance

TEST POINT

Voltage and
Insulation Resistance
Limit

PRI SEC

PRI F.G

PRI SEC

PRI F.G

Test Condition
-Duration of Test
-Voltage : 500Vac
-Duration of test : 1 Minute
-Cutoff Current: 10 mA

(4) Safety: EMI CLASS A


(5) Input Specifications
Division

Specifications

Input Connection

5278-2P(MOLEX)

Input Voltage/Current

24Vdc 10%

Frequency

70KHz

Distribution

10%

Efficiency

70% MIN (at MAX LOAD)

Hold-Up Time

50mS MIN

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(6) Output Specifications


Division

Specifications

Unit

Channel

+ 5.0

- 5.0

+12.0

-12.0

+24.0

Vdc

Voltage

4.755.25

-4.75-5.25

11.412.6

-11.4-12.6

22.825.2

Vdc

Current

2.0 ~ 12.0

0 ~ 0.3

0.5 ~ 2.0

0 ~ 0.3

0 ~ 0.1

Method

Switching

Require

Switching

Require

SW./REG.

Ripple

50

50

120

120

240

mVp-p

Noise

0.3

0.3

0.4

0.4

3.0

Vp-p

Soot

10

OCP

S.C

S.C

S.C

S.C

S.C

Note a) Ripple & Noise test Condition: 20MHz, 150uF(ELEC)/0.1uF(CER), b) S.C: Short Circuit

(7) Connector Configuration


Input Connection: CN1
Division

Pin NO

DC IN

Configuration

Size

Color

Remark

GND

Black

+24V

16AWG/UL100
7
"

5278-02P
(MOLEX)

White

Output Connection: CN2


Division

DC OUT

Pin NO

Configuration

Size

Color

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

+12V

"

Yellow

+12V

"

Yellow

GND

"

Black

GND

"

Black

+5V

"

Red

+5V

"

Red

GND

"

Black

+24V

"

White

10

+12V

"

Yellow

11

+12V

"

Yellow

12

GND

"

Black

13

GND

"

Black

14

+5V

"

Red

15

+5V

"

Red

16

GND

"

Black

5-24

Remark

5569-16P
(MOLEX)

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Output Connection: CN3


Division

DC OUT

Pin NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Configuration
+12V
+5V
+5V
GND
GND
GND
GND
P.G
N.C
GND
+5V
+5V
+5V
-12V
-5V
GND
GND
GND
N.C
GND

Size
18AWG/UL1007
-

5-25

Color
Yellow
Red
Red
Black
Black
Black
Black
Gray
Black
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Orange
Black
Black
Black
Black

Remark

5569--20P
(MOLEX)

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5. Control Electronics

5.4 Cabling and Interface


5.4.1 Cabling Diagram
1) Cabling diagram of inside Control Electronics
P/N:320348-37

COM9
COM8
CRT

J31

P/N:320348-36

PHONE

USB

P/N:332833-01

J33

VIA C-III
LINE

P/N:332823-03

MODEM
B/D

P/N:320312-08

J32
USB
Serial
B/D

FDD
HDD

IDE1

CD-ROM

40P
COM2

P/N:321369-05

COM1

P/N:332828-01

J34

CE1
P/N:320348-35

COM7
COM6
COM5
LPT

P/N:332827-01

J37

K/B
MOUSE

P/N:320348-34
P/N:321432-01
P/N:320348-33

Watch

J22
P/N:320979-04

Rela
CE2

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P/N:320979-03

FAN

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5. Control Electronics

2) Cabling diagram connected to each device

CE
VIA C-III

S00615

Mode
Q30169

LAN
P/N:332825-01

AD

VGA
P/N:3266000357

CDU-MR

P/N:3266000315

COM1
COM2

P/N:3266000358

P/N:3266000316

Sensor I/F

Sensor

K-SPR2
P/N:321240-03

40P

PNC

P/N:3266000359

MCR
EPP
P/N:3266000363

Wave B/D
P/N:3266000361

P/N:3266000292

ADA Jack
SPEAKER

COM5
COM6

P/N:3266000314

COM7

P/N:32660000318

P/N:32660000385

COM8
COM9
P/N:321432-01

Relay

Watch

`
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3) Cabling diagram around Panel control (PNC) board

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4) Power-related Wiring Diagram

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5.4.2 CE Unit Interface


1) Main Board Interface
(1) COM2: SPR
COM2

SPR

PIN CONFIG

RxD/TxD

TxD/RxD

GND

COM1

CDU

PIN CONFIG

RxD/TxD

TxD/RxD

GND

(2) COM1: CDU

(3) CE: DC/DC


CE1

CE

M/B

PIN CONFIG

GND

+12V

+12V

GND

GND

+5V

+5V

GND

+24

10

+12

11

+12

12

GND

13

GND

14

+5V

15

+5V

16

GND

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(4) COM6: SPL


SPL

PIN CONFIG

COM6

PIN CONFIG

TxD

RxD

RxD

TxD

S.G

S.G

(5) CE: FAN


CE

FAN

PIN CONFIG

GND

+12V

(6) CE Case: CD ROM, HDD and FDD


CE Case

FDD

HDD

CD ROM

+12V

GND

GND

+5V

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PIN CONFIG

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5. Control Electronics

5.4.3 Power Interface


1) Power: CE DC/DC
Power

CE DC/DC

Pin Config.

GND

+24V

Power

SPL

Pin Config.

+24V

+24V

GND

GND

Power

SPL

Pin Config.

+24V

+24V

GND

GND

2) Power: SPL

3) Power: OPL, PNC

4) Power: SPR, DC/DC


Power

SPR

DC/DC

Pin Config.

GND

GND

GND

+24V

+24V

+12V

+12V

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5) Power: CDU, DC/DC


Power

CDU

DC/DC

Pin Config.

+5V

+5V

GND

+12V

GND

GND

+24V

+24V

10

GND

6) Heater: FAN
Heater

FAN

Pin Config.

GND

+24V

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Optional A. Control Electronics : Type B


A.1 Appearance

Multi Serial Card

HDD

PS/2
Mouse

PS/2
Keyboard
CD-ROM

Fig. 5.1 External Appearance

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A.2 Disassembly/ Assembly Diagram


A.2.1 Disassemble / Assemble CE Unit
1) Open the rear door and side door with key and turn power off.
2) Then carefully disconnect all connectors connected to control electronics step by step.
3) Control electronics body can be taken out by unscrewing two thumb screws.
4) Remove four screws located on both side in the following figure.

6) The following figure is after the cover of the CE unit is removed.

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A.3 852GM Motherboard


A.3.1 Appearance
The motherboard uses an Intel 852GME chipset(north bridge) plus an ICH4 chipset(south bridge) as
the main processor of the ATM system CE module. Various units are controlled as they interact with
each other over such interfaces as USB, Serial, LAN, VGA, DVI, PCI, IDE, SATA.

Fig. 6.3 External Appearance


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A.3.2 Starting UP Your Computer


(1) After all connection are made, close your computer case cover.
(2) Be sure all the switches are off, and check that the power supply input voltage is set to proper
position, usually in-put voltage is 220V~240V or 110V~120V depending on your countrys voltage.
(3) Connect the power supply cord into the power supply located on the back of your system case
according to your system users manual.
(4) Turn on your peripherals in the following order:
a. Your monitor.
b. Other external peripherals (Printer, Scanner, External Modem etc)
c. Your system power. For ATX power supplies, you need to turn on the power supply and press the
ATX power switch on the front side of the case.
(5) The power LED on the front panel of the system case will light and the LED on the monitor may
light up or switch between orange and green after the system is on. The system will then run
power on test. While the tests are running, the BIOS will alarm with beeps or additional messages
will appear on the screen. If you do not see any thing within 30 seconds from the time you turn on
the power. The system may have failed during the power-on test. Recheck your jumper setting
and connection or call your retailer for assistance.

Beep

Meaning

One short beep when displaying logo


Long beep in an endless loop
One long beep followed by three short beeps
High frequency beeps when system is working

No error during POST


No DRAM install or detected
Video card not found or video card memory bad
CPU overheated
System running at a lower frequency

(6) During power-on, press<Delete>key to enter BIOS setup. Follow the instructions in BIOS SETUP.
(7) Power off your computer.

Important: You must first exit or shut down your operating system

before switching off the power. On the ATX power supply, hold down the standby switch for 2-3
seconds. This will initiate the operating system shut down.

A.3.3 Trouble Verification


The following are the most common problems with the CE Electronics. If any of them occur, device
replacement may be necessary.

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LCD screen does not appear when system power is on.(OPL, SPL)
LCD screen does not appear and beeping sounds are heard when the system power is on.
Check the mounting status of SDRAM.

If no error is present, the device needs to be replaced.

OS(Windows XP) will not load when system power is on.


Presses DEL key on a keyboard after power is on and check if BIOS recognizes the HDD and
ODD.
OS loads after system power is on, but, transaction does not come through as the machine does
not recognize USB devices after the AP starts up. (The cause may lie somewhere other than the
motherboard.)
System Sound function does not work.
System motherboard USB Slot does not work.
System PCI USB Slot does not work.

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A.3.4 Visual Inspection & Maintenance


A.3.4.1 Field Maintenance
Check the following if the unit is not powering up correctly.
Inspect a machine suffering fault as indicated below and replace as necessary.
Check cable connections to the motherboard.
Check HDD/ODD Jumper setting
- HDD[MASTER], ODD[MASTER or SLAVE]
- Possible to replace CE module when replacing 852GM Main Board
Replacing sequence
- Power off the system.
- Remove CE module cable (remove cable lock screw)
- Replace CE module.
A.3.4.2 Parts Removal/Installation Procedure at Depot Level (Assembly/Disassembly
Diagram)
Parts replaceable after assembly/disassembly at depot level are as follows:
- 852GM Motherboard
- Hard disk (HDD)
- CDROM (ODD)
- FDD
- CPU / FAN COOLER
- Memory (SDRAM)
- Cables
- RESET / LED Board

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A.4 CDROM(Optical Disk Device)


A.4.1 Appearance
The CDROM is a storage device within the CE module (generic auxiliary storage device) used for
OS(Windows XP) and AP program installation..

ODD Top View

ODD Bottom View

ODD Rear View

ODD Side View (Screw Side)

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A.4.2 Troubleshooting Tools and Procedures


Following is the visual device inspection procedure.
Check motherboard cable connection
Check ODD Jumper setting - ODD[MASTER or SLAVE]
Following is the fault check and diagnostic procedures using the 852GM Main Board BIOS.
1) Power on the ATM System, check SDRAM in POST(initial main) screen. If a memory problem
exists, the process will take a long time and the unit will not boot up.
2) Press DEL Key on the keyboard during the POST screen to access BIOS.
3) Click BIOS Menu [ Standard CMOS Features ].

[IDE Secondary Master] ODD is recognized.


[IDE Secondary Slave]

ODD is recognized.

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A.4.3 Common Problems


Following are the most common problems with the ODD.
POST screen suspends or holds up after system power is on.
No Bootable Device message appears in POST screen after system power is on.
OS(Windows XP) will not install after system power is on.
OS(Windows XP) does not recognize CDROM after system power is on.
Motherboard BIOS does not recognize HDD.

A.4.4 Field Maintenance


Following is the field maintenance procedure.
It will not be necessary to remove the CE module when replacing the CDROM Drive.
1) Turn off system power.
2) Remove the two CE module HDD/CDROM chassis screws.
3) Pull HDD/CDROM to the end of the chassis.
4) Disconnect the cables in the rear of the assembly.
5) Remove the four CDROM screws to separate it from the HDD.
6) Upon completion of device replacement, reassemble the module in reverse order.

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A.5 Hard Disk (HDD)


A.5.1 Appearance
The Hard Disk is a storage device within the CE module (generic auxiliary storage device) that will
contain the OS(Windows XP) and AP program.

HDD Top View

HDD Bottom View

HDD Rear View

HDD Side View (Screw Side)


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A.5.2 Functional Description


HDD Interface is IDE type (or PATA type) and the Size is 3.5 inch.
The Red colored box in the following cable diagram indicates the location for the HDD.

Fig. 6.5 Cabling Diagram

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A.5.3 Troubleshooting Tools and Procedures


Following is the visual device inspection procedure.
Check motherboard cable connection.
Check HDD Jumper setting - HDD[MASTER]
Following is the fault check and diagnostic procedures using the 852GM Main Board BIOS.
1) Power on the ATM System, check the SDRAM in POST(initial main) screen. If a memory problem
exists, the process will take a long time and the unit will not boot up.
2) Press DEL Key on the keyboard during the POST screen to access BIOS.
3) Click BIOS Menu [ Standard CMOS Features ].

[IDE Primary Master] HDD is recognized.

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A.5.4 Common Problems


The following are the most common problems with the HDD.
POST screen suspends or holds up after system power is on.
No Bootable Device message appears in the POST screen after system power is on.
System reboots after system power is on and the OS(Windows XP) Logo appears.
File check message keeps appearing after system power is on and the OS(Windows XP) Logo
appears.
Motherboard BIOS does not recognize HDD.

A.5.5 Field Maintenance


Following is the field maintenance procedure.
It is not necessary to remove the CE Module when replacing the HDD.
1) Turn off system power.
2) Remove the two CE module HDD/CDROM chassis screws.
3) Pull the HDD/CDROM to the end of the chassis.
4) Disconnect the cables at the rear of the assembly.
5) Remove four screws to separate the CDROM from the HDD.
6) Upon completion of device replacement, re-assemble the module in reverse order.

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6.1 Appearance/ Functional Diagram
6.1.1 CDU
The following figures show the three sectional diagrams of the CDU. CDU is 619.00mm high and
304.00 mm wide.

304.00

Plane
Diagram

619.00

464.00

Front
View

Side View
(Right)

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6.1.2 Cassette
The following figures show three sectional diagrams of the cassette. Cassette is 137.50mm high,
217.00mm wide and 342mm long.

Plane
Diagram

217.00

137.00

342.00

Side
View (Right)

Front
View

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6.1.3 Actuator Diagram


Six actuators are used. The following figure shows their location.

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6.1.4 Sensor Diagram


The following figure shows the location of 29 sensors in this system.

Note) A = Sensor far from the board.


B = Sensor close to the board.

B/D

B A

Front View

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6.2 Unit Block Diagram


<BLOCK DIAGRAM>
OSC
16MHz
Using 8MHz

2
internal
14
8MHz
ramification

273

7 SEGMENT

273

7 SEGMENT

SENSOR

/WR_GCS1

CPU
(80C186EB)

/RST

CS

AD[0..7]

373
AD
BUS

373

A BUS

PLD1 U25
XC9572
(100 PIN)
RST
CM1_ON

EEPROM
CLUTCH1
SOLENOID1, 2

AD[0..15]

RESET
DS1232

FM B/D
SELECT
RST
/RST

EPROM
(27C256)

PLD2 U22
XC95108
(100 PIN)

S_MCS

EPROM
(27C256)

FM_WE

PWM_CLK

2 sheets
2 A.B
A,B
detection,
DIP S/W1, 2

7 ramification
7
2.28MHZ

FLASH ROM
(39SF010)

PLL DRIVER
(TC9242F)

FLASH ROM
(39SF010)

PWM DRIVER
(SG3524)

SRAM
(62256)
SRAM
(62256)

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DC
Motor
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6.3 Module and Sensor Replacement


6.3.1 Sensor Replacement
Turn the power off and remove the CDU cover as shown in the figure to replace sensors and
modules. The CDU contains 30 sensors in total including 20 returning path sensors, 2 gate operation
detection sensors, 3 cassette position detection sensors, 3 remaining cash detection sensors and 2
double bill detection sensor.

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1) Returning Path Sensor


(1) CS1D(A,B), CS15D(A,B), CS31D(A,B)

Remove the sensor bracket M4 screws (2 places each) as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor bracket. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor bracket.
From the removed sensor bracket, remove the M3 sensor screws (1 place each) of the
sensor which will be replaced.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.

SCREW:M4
44654305

CS1D
CS15D

CS31D

SCREW:M3
44651301
SENSOR:BRKT
44133101

SENSOR:HOLDER
44134001
SENSOR:P-INTERRUPTER
21685201

CS1BD
CS15BD
CS31BD
CS1AD
CS15AD
CS31AD

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(2) CS1T(A,B), CS15T(A,B), CS31T(A,B)


Remove the sensor bracket M4 screws (2 places each) as shown in the figure below.

Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor bracket. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor bracket.
From the removed sensor bracket, remove the M3 sensor screws (1 place each) of the
sensor which will be replaced.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.

SCREW:M4
44654305

CS1T

CS15T

CS31T
SCREW:M3
44651301

SENSOR:P-INTERRUPTER
21685202
SENSOR:HOLDER
44133901
SENSOR:BRKT
44137401
CS1BT
CS15BT
CS31BT
CS1AT
CS15AT
CS31AT

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(3) CS13D
Open the upper cover to replace the CS13D
sensor, as shown in the figure to the right.

CS13T
BRACKET

Remove the sensor bracket M screws (2 places)

CS13D
BRACKET

as shown in the figure below.


Remove the connector and the cable to remove
the sensor supporter. Be careful not to break the
connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor bracket.
From the removed sensor bracket, remove the
M3 sensor screws (1 pace) of the sensor which
will be replaced.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.

M3 SCREW
44651301
M3 SCREW
44651301
SPACER
44920301
SENSOR;P-INTERUPTER
21685201
SENSOR HOLDER
44133901

SENSOR BRKT
45631001

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(4) CS13T
Open the upper cover to replace the CS13T
sensor, as shown in the figure to the right.
Unscrew the sensor bracket M screws (2
places) as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to
remove the sensor supporter. Be careful not to
break the connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor bracket.
From the removed sensor bracket, remove
the M3 sensor screws (1 pace) of the sensor
which will be replaced.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.
M3 SCREW
44654305

M3 SCREW
44651301
SENSOR;P-INTERUPTER
21685202

SPACER
44920301

SENSOR HOLDER
44133901

SENSOR BRKT
45630901

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(5) CS2D
Remove the M3 screws (4 places) of the CDU cover as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor supporter. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the M3 sensor screw (1 place).
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.

SCREW:M3
44651301

CS2D

COVER
44157601
Sensor Holder

COVER
44157601
44133901

SENSOR:P-INTERRUPTER
21685201
SPACER
44920301
SCREW:M3
44651301

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(6) CS2T

Remove the M3 screws (4 places) of the CDU cover as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor supporter. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the M3 sensor screw (1 place).
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order -f ~.
SCREW:M3
44651301

SCREW:M3
44651301

SCREW:M3

SENSOR:P-INTERRUPTER
21685202

HOLDER:SENSOR
44133901

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(7) CS4D(A,B)
Remove the sensor support M4 screw (1 place) as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor supporter. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor supporter.
Remove the M3 sensor screw (1 place each) from the removed sensor supporter.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.

M4 SCREW
44654305

M3 SCREW
44651301

SPACER
44920301

SENSOR SUPPORTER
44531401
SENSOR HOLDER
44133901

CS4BD
CS4AD

SENSOR;P-INTERUPTER
21685201

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(8) CS4T(A,B)
Open the upper cover to replace CS4T, as shown in the figure below.
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor. Be careful not to break the
connector pin when removing.
Remove the M3 sensor screw (1 place).
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order -f ~.

UPPER COVER

CS4BT
CS4AT

SCREW:M3
44651301

SENSOR:P-INTERRUPTER
21685202

HOLDER:SENSOR
44133901

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2) Gate Operation Detection Sensor & Encoder Sensor


(1) CS3
Remove the M3 screw of the CS3 sensor bracket (1 place).
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor bracket. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Press the part of the sensor gently as shown in the figure below to remove the lock and
the sensor.
To insert the sensor, insert the part first, then press part to lock.
Assemble in the reverse order - ~.
Note) When reassembling the CS3, pull the solenoid and adjust the detection bracket to the
center of the sensor while the screw is still loose. Then, tighten the screw.
SCREW:M3
44651301

Detection

Bracket
Bracket
()
(When
pulled)

Detection

Bracket
Bracket

SENSOR:BRKT
44189301

SENSOR:PHOTO
21683911

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(2) CS8 (Encoder sensor)


Remove the M3 screw of the CS8 sensor bracket (1 place).
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor bracket. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Press part of the sensor gently as shown in the figure below to remove the lock and the
sensor.
To insert the sensor, insert the part first, then press part to lock.
Assemble in the reverse order - ~.
Note) Make sure that the sensor always faces towards the center of the encoder shaft as shown
in the following figure.

Encoder Shaft
SCREW:M3
44651301 Sensor
SENSORDirection

SENSOR:BRKT
44189201

SENSOR:PHOTO
21683911

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3) Regular Position Sensor


(1) CS7, CS17, CS27
Remove the sensor bracket M3 screws (2 places each).
Remove the connector and the cable to remove the sensor bracket. Be careful not to break
the connector pin when removing.
Remove the sensor bracket.
Remove the MP3 sensor screws (2 places each) from the removed sensor bracket.
Replace the sensor.
Assemble the unit in the reverse order - ~.
Note) Adjust the cassette position when mounting it until a click is heard

CS7
CS17
CS27

SCREW:M4
44654305
SCREW:M3
44651601

MICRO S/W
32079301

MICRO S/W :BRKT


44146101

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4) Remaining Cash Sensor


(1) CS6, CS16, CS26
Remove the CS3 sensor from the main B/D to replace it. (See the main B/D replacement
section)
Remove the sensor bracket M3 screws (2 places each).
Press the snap lock in the rear of the sensor bracket, then remove the sensor
Remove the connector. Be careful not to break the connector pin when removing.
Replace the sensor.
Connect the connector.
To assemble the sensor in the bracket, lock it from the front side and press the rear side to fix it.
Note) Adjust the sensor by running the variable resistance so that it generates a current bleow
1.0V if there is cash available and above 3.0V if no cash is available.

Variable
resistance

CS6
CS16
CS26

SCREW:M3
44651301

SENSOR:PHOTO-INTERRUPT
21685001

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6.3.2 Module Replacement


1) B/D assembly
(1) The board assembly is composed of the main board and the DC converter board as shown in
the following figure.
(2) Remove the connector from the board. Be careful not to break the connector pin.
(3) Remove the board M3 screws (5 places in the main board, 8 places in the FM board (6 screws,
2 jack posts) and 2 places in the DC board).
(4) Replace the board.
(5) Assemble in the reverse order - (4)~(1).

Main B/D
4 X SCREW M3
44651301

FM B/D
2 X JACK POST
44824401

FM B/D
6 X SCREW M3
DC CONVERTER B/D 44651301
2 X SCREW M3
44651301

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2) Main Motor Assembly


(1) Remove the cover M4 screws (6 places) to remove the cover as shown in the following figure.
(2) Remove the power cable form the main motor.
(3) Remove the knob and remove the screws (4 places) of the main motor M5.
(4) Remove the main motor assembly and replace it.
(5) Assemble in the reverse order - (3)~(1).

Cover 6 X SCREW:M4
44654305

COVER
COVER
44278801

MAIN
MOTOR
MAIN
MOTOR
56403106

4 X SCREW:M5
44656302

KNOB

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3) Gate Solenoid Assembly


(1) Remove the solenoid power cable.
(2) Remove the solenoid bracket M4 screws (2 places) and E-Ring.
(3) Remove the solenoid M3 screws (2 places).
(4) Remove the main solenoid assembly and replace it.
(5) Assemble in the reverse order - (4)~(1). Insert a gate spring during reassembly. Adjust the gate
according to the standard.

Gate Solenoid Assembly


72842304
SCREW:M4
44654305

E-Ring 2
44950404E-RING

SCREW:M3
44651301

Solenoid BRKT
44279101

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4) Gate2 Solenoid Assembly


(1) Disconnect the solenoid power cable.
(2) Remove the M3 screws (4 places) of the solenoid bracket.
(3) Remove the solenoid body and replace it.
(4) Assemble in the reverse order - (3)~(1).

Gate Solenoid Assembly


72842304

SCREW:M3
44651301

SOLENOID BODY

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5) Clutch Assembly
(1) The clutch assembly is composed of three clutches as shown in the figure below.

SCREW:M4
44603901

E-Ring 5
E-44950409
RING

Clutch 1

Clutch 2

Clutch 3

CLUTCH SHAFT

(2) Remove the M4 screw (1 pace) and E-Ring to remove the clutch as shown in the above figure.
Then, remove the M4 screws (3 places) as shown in the figure below.

SCREW:M4
44654305

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(3) Remove the clutch assembly.

CLUTCH ASSEMBLY
CLUTCH
ASSEMBLY
72841904

(4) Replace the clutch assembly and assemble in the reverse order - (3)~(1).
Note) When replacing the clutch assembly, adjust the tension pulley so that belt tension is about
100g to the direction and about 200g ~ 300g to the direction when the timing belt is pressed
by about 3mm (use the tension gauge).

TENSION
PULLEY

Measure tension using a


tension gauge

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6.4 Adjustment Standard


6.4.1 Gate Adjustment
1) Loosen the solenoid M4 screw (2 places) as much as possible.

GATE
SPRING

SCREW:M4

2) Adjust the solenoid position so that the solenoid damper is at least 4.0mm away from the solenoid
plunger when you pull the gate as shown in the below right figure
3) Adjust the solenoid bracket so that the gate is at least 2.4mm away from the shaft as shown in the
below left figure

GATE

Bottom
Gate
side

SHAFT

GATE

When
the gate
is released

When GATE
the gate is
pulled

4) Tighten the solenoid M4 screws (2 places).


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6.5 Oiling Standard


GATE SPRING
HOOK

GATE BUSH

TENSION
PULLEY

GEAR SUPPORT
SPRING HOOK

NOTE SEPARATE ASSEMBLY


GEAR TEETH SURFACE
GEAR SUPPORT GEAR
TEETH SURFACE

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No.

Location

Lubricants

Interval

Remark

Tension Pulley

Mobil (1)

Y1

Lubricate the friction part


between shaft and pulley

Gate bush

Mobil (1)

Y1

Lubricate the friction part


between bush and gate
shaft (2 places)

Gear support gear


teeth surface

AlbaniaGreaseEP1

Initial
Oiling

Gate spring hook

AlbaniaGreaseEP1

5
6

Gear support spring


hook
Note separate
assembly gear teeth
surface

AlbaniaGreaseEP1
AlbaniaGreaseEP1

Initial
Oiling
Initial
Oiling
Initial
Oiling

* Y1: Once a year.


* Warning: Be careful not to contaminate the belt with lubricant.

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6.6 Cleaning Standard


No.

Location

CDU
Main Body

Bill separate
ASSY

CS1(A,B)D,T / CS15(A,B)D,T
CS31(A,B)D,T / CS4(A,B)D,T
CS2D,T / CS13D,T
CS3 / CS8
CS7 / CS7 / CS17
CS6 / CS16 / CS26
Guide entrance

Roller

M6: Once every 6 months


Y1: Once a year

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Remark

M6

Remove the foreign


objects and dust using
the soft brush

Y1

Remove the foreign


objects and dust using
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6.7 Setting Specifications


6.7.1 Dip S/W Specifications
1) CN7 (Refer to the cable connection diagram)
26

S1

Setting

Comments

#1, #2, #12


#1, #2
#1~#26

Short
Short
Open

Forced EP download, Test mode


Test mode
AP mode

2) CN7 Default setting


#1~#26 Open

3) FM B/D DIP S/W Specifications


FM B/D
Cassette 2
Cassette 3

DIP S/W
#1, #6, #7 : ON
#2, #4, #6 : ON

(Mounting 2 Cassettes)

Remark
Default
Default

(Mounting 3 Cassettes)

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6.8 Cable Connection Diagram


6.8.1 Main B/D
2

40

CN1 (40P)

39
1
CN2 (8P)
8
CN3
(6P)

CN6 (6P)

CN4
(9P)

6 1
CN12 (5P)

CN7
(10P)
CN9 (6P)

CN8 (26P)

10 5

CN10 (26P)

Seq

Connector
Name

No. of
Pins

Usage

CN1

40

Sensor Unit

CN2

Motor, Clutch, Solenoid

CN3

Additional Sensor Unit

CN4

RS-232C Comm.

CN6

PLD Download

CN7

10

POWER (VCC, +12V, +24V, GND)

CN8

26

DIP S/W signal

CN9

DC/DC Power Unit

CN10

26

FM B/D Connection Unit

10

CN12

2 Sheet I/F

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6.Cash Dispenser Unit

6.9 I/F Specifications


6.9.1 Line connection method
RS232C

6.9.2 Data rate


9600BPS

6.9.3 Error detection method


None Parity, Framing Error, Overrun Error, Bcc Check

6.9.4 Character configuration


Start Bit

Data 8 bits

Parity Bit

6-32

Stop Bit

MoniMax 5100T

6.Cash Dispenser Unit

6.9.5 Data Protocol


1) Normal condition

COMMAND

ENQ

ENQ

ACK

GP

CDUM
ACK

ACK (starting) Response

Stop (Idle)

2) Abnormal condition
COMMAND
GP

CDUM
ACK
t = 180 SEC.
Note) 180 SEC: AP sending time out
GP

NACK

CDUM Response

Response

ACK

(Idle)

- CDUM can respond only when the request from the GP is received.

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7. Magnetic Card Unit

Chapter 7. Magnetic Card Unit

7-1

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7. Magnetic Card Unit

7. Magnetic Card Unit(MCU)


7.1 Appearance / Arrangement
7.1.1 Appearance
The following figure shows the appearance of Magnetic Card Reader
(83.8mm(W) X 34.2mm(H) X 114.5mm(L))

Fig. 7.1 Appearance of MCR

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7. Magnetic Card Unit

7.1.2 Arrangement

Fig. 7.2 Arrangement

Symbol
J1
J4

DESCRIPTION
MCR Head
Card Insertion Detect Sensor

Application
Read Magnetic Card
Detect Card Insertion

Status
Exist:1/None:0

Table 7.1 Description of Sensors and Electromagnetic Components

7.1.3 Device Specifications


Type
Using Card
Power Requirements
Card Read Timing
Recording Method
Speed
MTBF

DIP Type
ISO 1,2
12V(Head), 5V(End Sensor)
Ejection
F2F
Card Speed : 15~100cm/sec
Head : 1,000,000 Passes(500,000 Insertion Cycles)
Table 7.2 MCR Specification

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7.2 Unit Block Diagram

Fig. 7.3 Dip MCR Block Diagram

7-4

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7. Magnetic Card Unit

7.3 Cable Connection Diagram

Fig. 7.4 Dip MCR Cable Connection Diagram

NO

PART_NO

Application

321207-01

DIP_MCR I/F

564239-01

ISO1,2 MCR HEAD

I/F CABLE Included

321225-01

Card Insertion Detect Sensor

Table 7.3 Part No. and Application

7-5

Remarks

MoniMax 5100T

7. Magnetic Card Unit

7.4 Interface Specifications


7.4.1 Arrangement of Interface Connectors

J1

J4

CPU

CN1

CN2

Fig. 7.5 Arrangement of DIP_MCR I/F Connectors

7.4.2 Specifications of Interface Connectors


NO

Connector
Name

CN1

J4

MCR Head I/F

ISO1,2

J1

Card Insertion Detect Sensor

Application
PNC

I/F

Remarks
Power cable included

Table 7.4 Specification of Interface Connector

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8. Receipt Printer

Chapter 8. Receipt Printer

8-1

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8. Receipt Printer

8. Receipt Printer
8.1 Appearance/ Functional Diagram
8.1.1 Appearance of the Receipt Printer
Dimensions of the Receipt Printer is 145.4mm(W) X 340.4mm(L) X 235.2mm(H) (262.4 when
mounted with a paper roll)

Fig. 8.1 Appearance of Receipt Printer

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8. Receipt Printer

8.1.2. Diagram for Receipt Printer Sensors and Electromagnetic Components


Sensors and electromagnetic components of Receipt Printer are arranged as shown in the following
figure. Table shows names and description of the sensors and the parts.

Fig.8.2 (a) Diagram for Receipt Printer Sensors and Electromagnetic Components : K-SPR2

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Fig.8.2 (b) Diagram for Receipt Printer Sensors and Electromagnetic Components : K-SPR5E

8-4

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8. Receipt Printer

MS

MS

REMAIN

18.2

17.61

75

MS2/MS6

40

MS

MS

MM

MM

15

40

MS

DRIVE
END

AUTOLOAD/
BLACK MARK
SENSOR

NO

SYM

Name
Paper Set
Detection
Sensor
Paper End
Sensor

MS1

MS2

MS3

Jam
Sensor

MS4

TPH Cover
Switch

MS5

Cutter
Switch

MS6

Black Mark
Sensor

MS7

MM1

MM2

10

MM3

Paper low
Sensor
Paper
Returning
Motor
Cutter
Motor
Returning
Motor

CUTTE

TPH

Function

MOTO

MM
MECHA

JAM

END

Sensor Status

Sensor Type

Detects paper availability

SG 405

DEFAULT:OFF

Detects the paper setting

Internal Sensor

DEFAULT:OFF

SG 405

DEFAULT:OFF

TPH Cover Open Switch

Internal Switch

DEFAULT:ON

Identifies
position

Internal Switch

DEFAULT:ON

Internal Sensor

DEFAULT:OFF

SG 405

DEFAULT:OFF

Returns the paper

Internal Motor

DEFAULT:OFF

Drives the cutter

Internal Motor

DEFAULT:OFF

PM20S

DEFAULT:OFF

Detects paper jam

cutter

regular

Detects black mark


Detects the remaining
quantity of roll paper

Returns the paper

Table 8.1 Names and Description of Sensors and Electromagnetic Parts of Receipt Printer

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8. Receipt Printer

8.2 Block Diagram


RS232
DRIVER

OSC
33.000
MHz

CPU(80C320)
RESET
DS1232

PLD
XC95108

FLASH
MEMORY
SST39SF010
128KB

LED

POWER
+24V,+5V,
GND

STEPPING
Stepping
MOTOR
motor
control
unit
UNIT
A2919
A2919

PRINT
MOTOR

STEPPING
Stepping
MOTOR
motor
control
unit
UNIT
A2919
A2919

Dispensing
MOTOR
motor

TPHTPH

UNIT unit
control
7407
7407

SRAM
K6T1008C2E
128KB

DIP S/W

HOST

DCMOTOR
motor
DC
control
unit
UNIT
L293
L293

Maintenance
MAINTENANCE
UNIT
control
unit

CUTTER

Sensor
SENSOR
UNIT
control
unit
LM339
LM339

SENSOR

A/D
CONVERTER
ADC0804

SENSOR

Fig.8.3 (a) Receipt Printer BLOCK DIAGRAM : K-SPR2

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TPH

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8. Receipt Printer

OSC
12MHz

RESET
DS1832

EEPROM
AT93C46

128Kx16
FLASH
MEMORY
SST39VF020
A0 ~ A19

D0~D7

S3C44B0X
66MHz

64Kx16
SRAM
K6R10161D

TPH
MOTOR
DRIVER
A2919SLB

FONT ROM
1Mx16 bit

CUTTER
MOTOR
DRIVER
L293DD

232C DRV
MAX232

FEED
TPH
MOTOR

PRT TPH
MOTOR

CUTTER
MOTOR

I/O Port

LM339

DIP S/W

SENSOR

TPH

2803

MOTOR

SMA4032

SOLENOID

Fig.8.3 (b) Receipt Printer BLOCK DIAGRAM : K-SPR5E

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3 Disassembly/Assembly Diagrams of Modules and Sensors


8.3.1 Disassembling TPH Support Assembly
1) Remove the hex bolt (M3, 1 place) of the base bracket assembly and lift up the upper

bracket.

2) Pull out the TPH cable and the sensor cable from the main PCBA.
3) Remove the screws connected to the frame left/right (M3, 4 places) to remove the TPH support
assembly.

Fig.8.4 Disassembling the TPH Support Assembly

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.2 Disassembling MS3 (Jam Sensor)


1) Remove the screw (M3, 1 place) at the bottom of the guide outlet assembly from the removed
TPH support assembly to remove the MS3 (Jam sensor).

Fig.8.5 Disassembling MS3

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.3 Disassembling MM3 (Returning Motor)


1) Remove the screws (M2, 2 places) at the bottom of the guide outlet assembly from the removed
TPH support assembly to remove the MM3 (Returning motor).

Fig.8.6 Disassembling MM3

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.4 Disassembling 4 TPH


1) Remove the screws from the TPH support assembly (Guide outlet pivot, M3, 2 places) to remove
the guide outlet assembly.
2) Remove the screws that fasten the TPH and bracket (M3, 4 places) to remove the TPH.

Fig.8.7 Disassembling TPH

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.5 Disassembling Main PCBA


1) Remove the hex bolt (M3, 1 place) of the base bracket assembly and lift up the upper bracket.
2) Pull out the TPH cable and the sensor cable from the main PCBA.
3) Remove the screws connected to the frame left/right (M3, 4 places) to remove the TPH support
assembly.
4) Remove the special screws (M3, 2 places) that are the upper/lower pivot of the base assembly to
remove the upper base bracket. Then, remove the BH screws (M3, 4 places) to remove the main
PCBA.

Fig.8.8 Disassembling Main PCBA

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.6 Disassembling Bracket Tension Assembly


1) Remove the screws (M3, 2 places) that are connected to the base assembly to remove the
assembly and bracket tension.

Fig.8.9 Disassembling Bracket Tension Assembly

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8. Receipt Printer

8.3.7 Disassembling MS1 (Paper Set Detection Sensor)


1) Remove the next bolt (M3, 1 place) from the base bracket assembly and lift up the upper bracket.
2) Plug out the MS1 cable from the main PCBA.
3) Remove the screw that connects the frame right and the end sensor assembly to remove the MS1.

Fig.8.10 Disassembling MS1

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8. Receipt Printer

8.4 Oiling Criteria


8.4.1 General Oiling Criteria
1) Lubricate the parts indicated on the drawing. Use the lubricant type and amount according to the
oiling criteria.
2) Oil amount symbol
- OF: Dip the writing brush type 2 in the oil and squeeze it so that no oil drips from the brush. Then,
lubricate the object surface with as little oil as possible.
- O: Dip the writing brush type 2 and apply it all over the target thinly.
- O1: Lubricate with one drop of oil (Oil amount: 15mg)
- O2: Lubricate with two drops of oil (Oil amount: 30mg)
- O3: Lubricate with three drops of oil (Oil amount: 45mg)
- 10: Lubricate with ten drops of oil (Oil amount: 100mg)
- G: Apply the grease using the writing brush type #10. (Remove unnecessary oil lump)
Note 1) Oil amount of 18mg corresponds to the amount that is applied in a drop with from an oil
feeder attached with a tube with 0.8~1.2mm diameter and 30mm.
Note 2) 0.1g of Grease corresponds to the amount that is squeezed 1.2mm with the grease gun
having the 7mm feeder entry.
1) Type of lubricants
- Oil: Korea Shell Tellus #100
- Grease: Korea Shell Albania Grease EP1

8.4.2 Oiling Criteria


- 6M: Once every six months
- 1Y: Once a year
1) Oiling rules
- Check the lubrication before starting or storing printers or MSCRW. If any part is insufficiently
lubricated, lubricate it according to the oiling criteria.
- Lubricate the part only when it is necessary. If lubrication is sufficient, no additional oiling is
required. If the oil is dirty, remove it and lubricate again.
- Make sure to lubricate all pivot points and friction parts.

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8. Receipt Printer

- Lubricating parts: All equipment operation parts excluding printing head, magnetic head,
package, micro switch contact point, drive roller, timing pulley and timing belt.
- As a general rule, apply oil by dropping the oil onto the part. If the edge of oil feeder has to
touch the surface of the object, do not have the oil feeder touch the part for more than a
second.
2) Warnings
- Do not apply oil if it oozes out from the designated place. Do not over-lubricate since it can
contaminate other parts, or flow into other parts or splash.
- Be sure that lubricant does not contaminate micro switch, sensor, timing pulley, timing belt,
package, printing head or magnetic head.
- Do not scrub the plastic parts or protection parts with alcoholic substance or other solvent.
- Use a piece of soft and dry cloth when removing dust, oil or grease, or cleaning the part or the
assembly parts.
- Be careful that the paper contact side in the paper return path is not wet with oil.

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8. Receipt Printer

8.4.3 Oiling Criteria for each Unit


1) Guide Outlet Driving Unit
- Apply the grease evenly all over the gears.

Fig.8.11 Oiling Points at the Guide Outlet Driving Unit

NO

Part Name

Oiling Position

Lubricant Type

Amount

Interval

RMK

Roller Gear

Gear Blade

Grease

Initial Oiling

Idle Gear

Gear Blade

Grease

Initial Oiling

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8. Receipt Printer

8.5 Dip Switch Settings


1

ON

ON

Baud rate 9600 bps

OFF

ON

Baud rate 38400 bps

ON

OFF

Baud rate 115200 bps

OFF

OFF

Baud rate 166000 bps

ON

OFF

Function

OFF

OFF

Printing density 1.00 times

ON

OFF

Printing density 1.15 times

OFF

ON

Printing density 1.30 times

ON

ON

Printing density 1.45 times

ON

ON

ON

Prints out the long self test sheet

OFF

Prints out three sheets of self test

OFF

ON

Black mark is not equipped

OFF

Black mark is equipped

ON

ON

ON

Default (115200 bps)

Note) DIP S/W setting after turning on the Receipt Printer P/S will not be recognized. (Turn on and off the
Receipt Printer P/S or reset it after setting the DIP S/W)

Table 8.2 DIP Switch Setting

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8. Receipt Printer

8.6 Cable Connection Diagram


Remaining

note slot
SENSOR
detection

HOST I/F

Paper

dispensing
SENSOR
sensor

Paper
motor

I/F

PRINT HEAD
MODULE

MOTOR I/F

PRINT MOTOR,
CUTTER,
PAPER SET &
BLACK MARK
SENSOR I/F

2
KSPR MAIN B/D

POWER
I/F

TPH I/F

6
Paper

availability
SENSOR
sensor

Fig.8.12

Receipt Printer Cable Connection Diagram

NO

P/N

Usage

321003-04

K-Receipt Printer Power I/F

320783-07

K-Receipt Printer RS232 I/F

574226-12

Print motor, cutter, paper end, TPH I/F

564057-01

Paper dispensing motor

728813-04

Jam/paper dispensing detection sensor

728813-06

Paper set (paper availability detection)


sensor

Remaining amount sensor

Remark

Print Head Module

Option

Table 8.3 Usage and Description of Receipt Printer Cables

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8. Receipt Printer

8.7 Interface Specifications


8.7.1 Upper Unit Interface
1) Interface Specification: Async. RS-232C
2) Baud Rate: 115200bps
3) CPU Serial I/F Port: Connect to the upper unit (P3.0 RxD, P3.1 TxD)
4) I/F Connector (P1)
(1) Manufacturer: AMP
(2) Model Name: RJ45-8P
NO
1,4,6,7,8
2
3
5

CONFIG
N.C
RxD
TxD
GND

Table 8.4 Pin Specifications

8.7.2 Interface Connector Diagram


CN3_A CN3_B

CN7

SW2

P1
1

CN2

CN3_C
CN5

Fig.8.13 (a) Receipt Printer I/F Connector Diagram : K-SPR2

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CN1

MoniMax 5100T

8. Receipt Printer

CN3_A CN3_B

CN3_A

CN7

SW2

P1
1

CN2

CN3_C
CN5

Fig.8.13 (b) Receipt Printer I/F Connector Diagram : K-SPR5E

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CN1

MoniMax 5100T

8. Receipt Printer

8.7.3 Interface Connector


No

REF.

Usage

CN1

Print Motor & Cutter I/F

CN2

TPH I/F

Part No.
574226-12

CN3_A Near End Sensor

CN3_B Paper dispensing/Jam Sensor

CN3_C

CN5

P1

8
9

Paper Set (Paper


Detection Sensor

Availability)

Remark
Printer Head Module
Option

728813-04
728813-06

Power I/F

321003-04

Host I/F

320783-07

SM2

Paper Dispensing Motor

564057-01

SW2

DIP S/W

Table 8.4 Receipt Printer I/F Connector Specifications

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8. Receipt Printer

8.8 Troubleshooting
Error codes are composed of 3 bytes. 1 byte is the main error code and the 2 bytes are the sub error
code. Error codes are sent to the upper level unit.
Main Error Code

Sub Error Code

1 byte
Error occurred before the command is
executed

1
(0x31)
8
(0x38)

Error occurred after the command is executed

1 byte
0
(0x30)
Fixed

1 byte

8.8.1 Sub Error Code


Sub
Error
Code

Error Reason

Error Name

Main Reason

Remark

1 Platen lever open

Platen is opened

Mis-handling

2 TPH overheat

TPH overheat

Abnormal H/W

Abnormal Mecha

4 Abnormal paper setting

Mis-handling

Mis-handling

6 Offline mode is engaged

Offline error

Mis-handling

7 Insufficient paper

Remaining paper error

8 Abnormal cutter operation

Cutter S/W check error Abnormal Mecha

Back marker sensor detection


9
Failed to detect B/M
fails

A Image Data Size Error

Jam occurred during returning or


Jam error
the abnormal jam sensor
Paper set error

Abnormal paper setting or no


No paper
paper

Image Data Size Error

8-23

Abnormal Mecha
-

Option
Only when
B/M
is
available
-

MoniMax 5100T

9. Power Supply

Chapter 9. Power Supply

9-1

MoniMax 5100T

9. Power Supply

9. Power Supply : Type A (145W)


9.1 Appearance

SEL S/W

FUSE

AC IN

AC OUT
DC OUT

MAIN
S/W

9-2

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9. Power Supply

9.2 Block Diagram

9-3

MoniMax 5100T

9. Power Supply

9.3 Specification
1) Application
- System Power Supply
2) Environmental Conditions
Condition

Operating

Storage

Condition

Operating

Movement

Temperature

0 ~ 45

-40 ~ 70

Vibration

0.5G

2.0G

Humidity

30 ~ 90?

10 ~ 90?

Impact

5.0G

10.0G

M.T.B.F

30,000Hrs

3) Mechanical Specifications
Dimension (main)

280(L) x 180(W) x 75(H)

Case Color

White

Case Material

GAL 1.6t

Case Drawing NO.

Weight

About 1.0Kg

Model Label

UL94-V0

4) Voltage & Insulation Resistance Limit


Division

Test Point

Test Input Voltage

Test Condition

Withstanding

PRI SEC

1.5 Kvac

Duration of Test: 1 min

voltage

PRI - F.G

1.5 Kvac

Cutoff Current: 10mA

Insulation

PRI SEC

500 Vdc

Duration of Test: 1 min

Resistance

PRI - F.G

500 Vdc

Insulation RES: 10Mohm

5) Safety: UL1950 or UL291


6) Input Specifications
Specifications

Division
Input Connection

Inlet Filter (250Vac 6A)

Input Voltage/ Current

115/230Vac 3.0/1.5A

Frequency

47 ~ 63Hz(NORMAL:50/60Hz)

Distribution

10%

Efficiency

70% MIN(at MAX LOAD)

Hold-Up Time

16.7ms MIN

Inrush Current

80A MAX

Leakage Current

3 .5mA MAX
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9. Power Supply

7) Output Specifications
Specifications

Division
Channel
Voltage
Current

UNIT

+5.0

+12.0

+24.0

Vdc

4.75 ~ 5.25

11.4 ~ 12.6

22.8 ~ 25.2

Vdc

0.1 ~ 0.7

0.1 ~ 5.0

(PEAK 1.5)

(PEAK 8.0)

0.5 ~ 7.5

Method

Switching

SW & REG

Switching

Ripple

50

120

240

mVp-p

Noise

0.3

0.4

3.0

Vp-p

Shoot

10

OVP

5.6 ~ 7.0

27.0 ~ 35.0

Vdc

OCP

S.C

S.C

10.0 ~ 16.0

Note 1) Ripple & Noise Test Condition: 20MHz, 150uF(ELEC)/0.1uF(CER)


2) S.C: Short Circuit

8) Connector Configuration
(1) AC Input
Division
AC IN

PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

Remark

18AWG/UL1015

Black

Inlet Filter

F.G

18AWG/UL1015

GRN/YEL

(ID-0642-S)

18AWG/UL1015

White

(2) AC Output
Division
Outlet

PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

Remark

18AWG/UL1015

White

Outlet

F.G

18AWG/UL1015

GRN/YEL

(0178-1-PQ)

18AWG/UL1015

Black

PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

+12V

18AWG/UL1007

Orange

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

MOLEX

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

(5274-06P)

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

(3) CN1
Division

M/B

9-5

Remark

MoniMax 5100T
Division

9. Power Supply
PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

P.G

18AWG/UL1007

Green

Remark

(4) CN3
Division

PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

MOLEX

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

(5274-08P)

+24V

18AWG/UL1007

White

+24V

18AWG/UL1007

White

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

SHU

Remark

(5) CN4
Division

PIN NO.

Configuration

Size

Color

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

+24V

18AWG/UL1007

White

MOLEX

+24V

18AWG/UL1007

White

(5274-09P)

+12V

18AWG/UL1007

Orange

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

+5V

18AWG/UL1007

Red

GND

18AWG/UL1007

Black

CDU

Remark

9) SIGNAL SEQUENCE

+5V
T1 300mS
T1

T2

P.G

9-6

T2 1mS

MoniMax 5100T

9. Power Supply

Optional A. Power Supply : Type B (250W)


A.1 Appearance

Main Switch

Standby Switch

Battery Switch

Battery

Select Switch

Fig. 9.1 Power Supply Appearance

System Power On
1) Turn on Battery Switch.
2) Turn on Main Switch.

System Power Off


1) Push down Power Switch for 1 second and then system will be shut down
automatically.
2) Turn off Battery Switch after shutdown is finished..

Warning
Dont operate Main Switch on power supply when you would like to turn off the power.
It may cause damage to operate system or destabilize control electronics in ATM
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9. Power Supply
MoniMax 5100T

A.2 Block Diagram

LINE FILTER

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

SWITCHING

HPS250-GTTW BLOCK DIAGRAM


F1

INPUT VOLTAGE
110/220Vac SELECT
(P.W.M)

CONTROL

SUB
TRANS

SWITCHING

+5SBV

SCP & OVP


CONTROL

MAIN
TRANS

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

&

RECTIFIERS

FILTER

SWITCHING

CONTROL
(P.W.M)

TRANS

BATTERY
12V/7A(2cell)

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

BATTERY
BACK-UP

REGULATOR

+24Vdc

+12Vdc

+5Vdc

+3.3Vdc

-12Vdc

-5Vdc

9-8

CONTROL

RECTIFIERS
&
FILTER

+24Vdc
+5Vdc
+12Vdc
3.3Vdc
-12Vdc

REGULATOR

Fig. 9.2 Power Supply Block Diagram

MoniMax 5100T

9. Power Supply

A.3 Specifications
A.3.1. Environment Condition
CONDITION

OPERATING

STORAGE

CONDITION

TEMPERATURE

-5 ~ 45

-40 ~ 70

VIBRATION

0.5G

2.0G

HUMIDITY

30 ~ 90

10 ~ 90

IMPACT

5.0G

10.0G

M.T.B.F

OPERATING MOVEMENT

30,000Hrs
Table 9.1 Environment Condition

A.3.2. Mechanical Specification


DIMENSION(MAIN)
CASE MATERIAL
WEIGHT

350(L) x 160(W) x 75(H)


GALVA 1.6t
About 2.5Kg

CASE COLOR
CASE DRAWING NO.
MODEL LABEL

UL94-V0

Table 9.2 Mechanical Specification

A.3.3. Withstanding Voltage & Insulation Resistance


DIVISION

TEST POINT
* PRI SEC
PRI - F.G
PRI SEC
PRI - F.G

WITHSTANDING
VOLTAGE
INSULATION
RESISTANCE

TEST INPUT VOLTAGE


* 3.0 Kvac(1.5KVac)
1.5 Kvac
500 Vdc
500 Vdc

TEST CONDITION
DURING OF TEST: 1 min
CUTOFF CURRENT: 10mA
DURING OF TEST: 1 min
INSULATION RES: 10Mohm

NOTE 1) * PRE SEC WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE CONDITION : Y-CAP DELETE(3KVac) / NO DELETE(1.5KVac)

Table 9.3 Withstanding Voltage and Insulation Resistance

A.3.4. Input Specification


DIVISION

SPECIFICATION

INPUT CONNECTION

INLET FILTER(250Vac 6A)

INPUT VOLTAGE / CURRENT


(SELECTION MODE)

100~127Vac 10% / 5.5A


200~240Vac 10% / 2.8A

FREQUENCY

47~63Hz(NORMAL:50/60Hz)

DISTORTION

10%

EFFICIENCY

70% MIN(at MAX LOAD)

HOLD-UP TIME

16.7ms MIN

INRUSH CURRENT

60A MAX

LEAKAGE CURRENT

3.5mA MAX
Table 9.4 Input Specification

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A.3.5. Output Specification


1) Main Output
DIVISION

SPECIFICATION

UNIT

CHANNEL

+3.3

+5.0

-5.0

+12.0

-12.0

+24.0

Vdc

VOLTAGE

3.14 ~
3.47

4.75 ~
5.25

-4.75 ~
-5.25

11.4 ~
12.6

-11.4 ~
-12.6

22.8 ~ 25.2

Vdc

CURRENT

0 ~ 6.0

2.0 ~ 13.0

0 ~ 0.2

0.2 ~ 5.5
(Peak6.5A)

0 ~ 0.2

0 ~ 4.0
(Peak11A)

METHOD

SWITCHING

SWITCHING

SW &
REG

SWITCHING

SW &
REG

SWITCHING

MODE

RIPPLE

50

50

50

120

120

500

mVp-p

NOISE

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.4

0.4

1.0

Vp-p

SHOOT

O.V.P

3.76 ~
4.3

5.74 ~ 7.0

13.4 ~ 15.6

26.5 ~ 34.0

Vdc

O.C.P

S.C.P

S.C.P

S.C.P

S.C.P

S.C.P

S.C.P

NOTE 1) +24V SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION: SHUT-DOWN or RELAY(P-OFF) ACTION


Table 9.5 Main Output

2) Sub Output
DIVISION

SPECIFICATION

UNIT

CHANNEL

+5VSBV(Stand-by)

BATTERY(Charge)

BATTERY(Discharge)

Vdc

VOLTAGE

4.75 ~ 5.25

26.5 ~ 27.6

24.0

Vdc

CURRENT

0 ~ 0.5

0.3

6.0

METHOD

SWITCHING

SWITCHING

BATTERY

MODE

RIPPLE

50

mVp-p

NOISE

0.3

Vp-p

SHOOT

O.V.P

Vdc

O.C.P

S.C.P

0.7 ~ 0.9

FUSE

NOTE 1) Ripple & Noise Test Condition : 20MHz, 10uF(ELEC)/0.1uF(CER)


2) S.C.P: Short Circuit Protection
3) For ensure U.P.S function, +24Vdc output of which power less than 150W, of
battery must be continued for a minute when full charged(Charged for a day)
4) Stand-by D.C output go on while A.C input dont turned off, neglect P ON-N signal
5) Current of A.C input is 3.9A when 115Vac applied
Table 9.6 Sub Output
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A.3.6. Requirements
1) Use the lamp of power supply as below
- YELLOW LED: A.C INPUT(turn on if A.C input is normal)
- GREEN LED: D.C OUTPUT(turn on if D.C output is normal)
- RED LED: BATTERY ALARM(turn on if battery output is abnormal)
2) Apply extra outlet
- 100~127Vac / 1.0A
- 200~240Vac / 0.5A
3) Power Distribution
NO.

+3.3V/20W MAX

+5V/65W MAX

+12V/66W MAX

20W less than

64W less than

36W less than

20W less than

64W ~ 40W

36W ~ 60W

14W less than

46W more than

60W more than

REMARK
Total output shall not exceed
120W

Table 9.7 Power Distribution

A.3.7. Signal Output Specifications


4.75Vdc
+5V

0
150mS T1 500mS
T1

T2

1mS T2

P.G

22.8Vdc
+24V

0
T3

P ON-N

T3 7mS more than


LOW

T4

P OFF-P

HIGH

Fig. 9.3 Signal Output Specifications

9-11

T4 5mS more than

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9. Power Supply

A.3.8. Connector Configuration


1) AC In
DIVISION

CN-IN

PIN NO.
1

CONFIGURATION
L

SIZE
18AWG/UL1015

COLOR
BLACK

REMARK

F.G

18AWG/UL1015

GRN/YEL

AMP
(1-480701-0)

18AWG/UL1015

WHITE

Table 9.8 Connector Configuration

2) MBD
DIVISION

CN1

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

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

S.G
S.G
S.G
S.G
S.G
S.G
+5V
+5V
+24V
-5V
P-ON-N
+5VSBV
S.G
S.G
S.G
POWER GOOD
-12V
+5V
+5V
+12V

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
RED
RED
WHITE
ORANGE
GREEN
PURPLE
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
GRAY
BLUE
RED
RED
YELLOW

MOLEX
(5569-20P)

Table 9.9 MBD

3) SHU
DIVISION

CN3

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

+5V
+24V
+12V
S.G
-12V
+24V
S.G
S.G

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

RED
WHITE
YELLOW
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK

MOLEX
(5569-08P)

Table 9.10 SHU

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4) PNC
DIVISION

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

1
2
3
4
5
6

S.G
S.G
+12V
+24V
P ON-N
+5V

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

BLACK
BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
GREEN
RED

CN6

REMARK

MOLEX
(5569-06P)

Table 9.11 PNC

5) MCU
DIVISION

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

1
2
3
4
5
6

S.G
S.G
+12V
+24V
P ON-N
+5V

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

BLACK
BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
GREEN
RED

CN10

REMARK

MOLEX
(5569-06P)

Table 9.12 MCU

6) +3.3V
DIVISION

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

CN8

1
2

+3.3V
S.G

16AWG/UL1007
16AWG/UL1007

BROWN
BLACK

MOLEX
(5559-02P)

REMARK

Table 9.13 +3.3V Power

7) Battery
DIVISION

CN-BAT

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

1
2
3
4

BATTERY(+)
BECH-N
BATTERY(-)
N.C

18AWG/UL1015
18AWG/UL1015
18AWG/UL1015
-

WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
-

AMP
(1-480703-0)

Table 9.14 Battery

8) OPL
DIVISION

CN11

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

1
2
3
4

+24V
+24V
S.G
S.G

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK

MOLEX
(5569-04P)

Table 9.15 OPL

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9) SPL
DIVISION

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

1
2
3
4

+24V
+24V
S.G
S.G

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK

MOLEX
(5569-04P)

CN11

Table 9.16 SPL

10) Miscellaneous
DIVISION

PIN NO.

CONFIGURATION

SIZE

COLOR

REMARK

1
2
3
4

+24V
+24V
S.G
S.G

18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007
18AWG/UL1007

WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK

MOLEX
(5569-04P)

CN11

Table 9.17 Miscellaneous

A.3.9. Power Interface


PIN
NO.

PIN NAME.

ACTIVE
(INACTIVE)

1
2
3
4

P OFF-P
S.G
P ON-N
S.G

+5V(0V)
0V(OPEN)
-

BATT OFF-N

0V(+5V)

S.G

DESCRIPTION

IN/OUT

Application software turn P/S off

IN
IN
-

Stand-by switch used to turn P/S on


When #7 signal go active CE module Make
this signal active then P/S turned off

IN
-

AC STOP-N

0V(+5V)

S.G

When a stoppage of A.C power occur


(While U.P.S run) this signal activated

OUT
-

BATT LOW-N

0V(+5V)

Active of this signal means battery should


Replaced, display of error code required

10
11
12

S.G
P OFF-N
N.C

0V(OPEN)
-

Stand-by switch go to off position

NOTE 1) CABLE UL1007 22AWG


2) CONNECTOR MOLEX 5559-12P
Table 9.18 Power Interface

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9. Power Supply

A.4 Battery
A.4.1 Introduction
In case of emergencies like temporary blackout or power failure, battery will automatically operate to
warrant completely customers transaction and return his or her card. In addition, this backup
equipment is essential in ATM to protect control electronics installed in ATM for the purpose of
finishing application program through normal operation process even though not supporting power
regularly

A.4.2 Technical Features


1) Non-Spillable Sealed Construction
2) Absorptive Glass Mat System (AGM System)
3) ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) container and cover
4) Gas Recombination
5) Maintenance-Free Operation
6) Low Pressure Venting System
7) Heavy-Duty Grids
8) Low Self-Discharge-Long Shelf Life
9) Wide Operating Temperature Range
10) High Recovery Capability

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9. Power Supply

A.4.3 Characteristic curve on environment


As the ambient temperature rises, the available capacity of battery increase while the capacity
decreases as the ambient temperature lowers. The below left figure shows the temperature effects in
relation to the battery capacity. In addition, the self-discharge rate of this battery is approximately 3%
per month when battery are stored at an ambient temperature of 20 (68F). The self-discharge rate
varies with ambient temperature. The below right figure shows the relation between the storage time
at various temperatures and the remaining capacity

A.4.4 Service Life


1) Cycle Life
There are a number of factors that affect the length of cyclic life of battery. Major factors are the
ambient operating temperature, the discharge rate, the depth of discharge and the manner in which
the battery is recharged, of which the most important factor is the depth of discharge. The following
figure shows the effects of depth of discharge on cycle life. The relation between the expected
number of cycles and the depth of discharge is apparent.

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9. Power Supply

2) Float Life
This battery is designed to operate in standby(Float) use up to 5 years on a normal service condition.
Following figure shows the float life characteristics of this battery when discharged once every three
months up to 100% depth of discharge.

A.4.5 Charging method


Proper charging is one of the most important factors when using this battery. Battery performance
and service life are directly affected by the charging method used. Followings are the charging
instructions recommendable.
1) Standby use
No current limit is required and charging voltage should be in the range of 2.25V/cell ~ 2.30V/cell
at 25 (77F)
2) Cycle use
Maximum charging current is 0.25 and charging voltage is 2.40V/cell to 2.50V/cell at 25 (77F)

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10. Vault

Chapter 10. Vault

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10. Vault

10. Vault
10.1 The Electronic Lock
1) USER CODE
Open Lock
Change Code
2) WRONG TRY PENALTY
Four (4) consecutive invalid codes initiates five minute delay period.
3) LOW BATTERY WARNING
Repeated audio and visual signal (LED flashing and repeated beeping) during opening indicates
battery low.
4) AUDIO AND VISUAL SIGNAL
Double signal (LED flashes and unit beeps) indicates entry is valid or accepted.
Triple signal indicates invalid or not accepted.
5) OPENING THE LOCK
1. Enter valid six (6) digit code.
2. The lock will signal a valid code entry with a double signal.
3. Within four (4) seconds, turn handle to the open position.
4. Pull door open.
Invalid Code Entry - Lock will signal three (3) times.
6) WRONG TRY PENALTY
Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes starts a 5-minute delay period.
- LED flashed red at five (5) second intervals.
At the end of the delay period, two more consecutive invalid codes will
restart an additional 5-minute delay period.
7) CHANGING YOUR CODE
ALWAYS PERFORM THIS OPERATION WITH THE DOOR OPEN
1. Enter zero six times.
2. Enter your existing six (6) digit code one time.
3. Enter your NEW six (6) digit code two times.
4. If a mistake is made wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1. - 3.
5. Test lock operation several times before closing the door.
Valid Code Entry - Double signal after valid six (6) digit code is entered.
Invalid Code Entry - Triple signal and old code is still valid.

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10. Vault

8) BATTERY LOW WARNING


Repeated beeping during an opening indicates that the battery is low and
needs immediate replacement.
Uses one (1) 9-Volt Alkaline Battery. LA GARD recommends the use of
Duracell or Everready Alkaline batteries.
If battery is depleted and will not allow lock to open, simply follow
instructions below.
9) CHANGING YOUR BATTERY
Note: Some manufacturers use a small screw to secure the battery compartment cover to the
keypad housing. If your model has this screw, it must be removed first before following the steps
listed below.
1. Remove black plastic battery compartment cover (located at the bottom of the keypad) by gently
pulling downward on its handle.
2. Allow the battery and its attached leads to drop down and out of the battery compartment. If it
does not drop, gently pull on the battery until it does.
3. The connector is easily removed by unsnapping it from the two terminals on the top of the battery.
Never Pull on the Battery Leads
4. Connect a new 9-Volt Alkaline battery to the battery clip.
5. Push the battery and the leads completely up into the battery compartment.
6. Install the battery cover by placing one side of the cover in position and then pressing the other
side into position with your finger.

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Fig. 10.1 Changing Batteries

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10. Vault

Fig. 10.2 Changing Batteries (Option)

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10. Vault

10.2 Cencon System S2000


10.2.1 Initial Operating Instructions
Each lock is shipped from the factory in Shelved Mode, operating on a standard combination (50-2550). The one time only combination does not function when the lock is in this condition. The correct
opening procedure for a new lock is :
Turn the Dial left (CCW) until the letters EC (Enter Combination) appear on the LCD
Enter the factory combination of 50-25-50 by sequentially pressing those six buttons. The LCD will
display these number as they are entered.
When the combination has been correctly entered, the LCD will read :OPr meaning Open right.
Turn the Dial right (CW) until it stops. The locks bolt is now retracted and the lock is open.
Turning the Dial left (CCW) will extend the locks bolt
Try this several times until you are comfortable with the operation of the lock.

10.2.2 Change Shelved Mode Combination


For System 2000 Locks with a code level of 71, or greater, you may change the Shelved Mode
combination. You may change the default Factory Combination of 50-25-50 to a new combination to
be used while the lock is still in Shelved Mode. Once you have changed the combination for the first
time, you may want to change the combination again to a different Shelved Mode combination. You
can even change it back to the Factory combination of 50-25-50
Required Items: Change Key, Current Shelved Mode Combination
Note: You can only change the Shelved Mode combination while operating in Shelved Mode. Once a
lock is activated in any mode, the Shelved Mode combination returns to the Factory Default of 50-2550
To change the Shelved Mode combination:
1. Power Lock -> EC
Turn the Dial to the left (CCW) until EC (Enter Combination) is displayed.
2. EC -> Enter Shelved Mode Combination -> OPr
Enter the current Shelved Mode combination (either 50-25-50 or a changed Shelved Mode
combination) by sequentially pressing those digits on the lock keypad. The numbers will be
displayed on the LCD as they are entered.

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3. OPr -> Retract Bolt


Turn the Dial to the right (CW) to retract the bolt
4. Open Door
5. Insert Change Key
Insert the change key into the change key socket on the back of the lock.
6. Extend Bolt
Turn the Dial to the left (CCW) to extend the bolt. Do not close the door
7. Power Lock -> EC
Turn the dial to the left(CCW) until EC (the Change Key symbol along with Enter Combination) is
displayed
8. EC -> Press #8 -> EcF
Press the # button followed by the 8 button. EcF (Enter combination, Factory) will be displayed.
9. EcF -> Enter Current Shelved Mode Combination -> EnF
Enter the current shelved mode combination, EnF (Enter combination, Factory) will be displayed.
10. EnF -> Enter New Combination -> Cnf
Select and enter the new combination. CnF (confirm new Factory combination) will be displayed
11. Cnf -> Enter New Combination -> POC
Enter new combination again to confirm. POC (Pull Out Change key) will be displayed.
12. POC -> Remove Change Key -> EOP
Remove the change key. EOP (End Operation) is displayed.
13. EOP -> Power Lock -> EC
Turn the dial to the left (CCW)until EC (Enter Combination) is displayed.
14. EC -> Enter New Shelved Mode Combination -> OPr
Enter the new shelved mode combination by pressing those digits on the locks keypad. The
numbers will be displayed on the LCD as they are entered
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15. OPr -> Retract Bolt


Turn the Dial to the right (CW) to retract the bolt.
16. Close Door
17. Extend Bolt
Turn the Dial to the left (CCW) to extend the bolt.

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11. Enhanced Rear Operator Panel

Chapter 11. Enhanced Rear Operator Panel

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11. Enhanced Rear Operator Panel

11. Enhanced Rear Operator Panel (EOP or SPL, Option)


11.1 Appearance and Arrangment Plan

Fig.11.1(a) Table type Enhanced Operator Panel

Fig.11.1(b) Screen of Enhaced Operator Panel


Item
Model
Dimensional outline
Number of dots
Number of charcaters
Viewing area
Active area
Dots pitch
Dots size

Specifications
Samsung SDI UG32F-004 MONO STN 320x240
170.0(W)110.0(H) 13.0 max(t)
320(W) 240(H) dots
40C30L(1200) in case of 88 fonts
121.0(W) 92.2(H)
115.17(W) 86.37(H)
0.36(W) 0.36(H)
0.33(W) 0.33(H)

Weight

Typ.250

Unit
mm
mm
mm
mm
Mm
G

<Table> Specifications
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11.2 Block Diagram


DATA BUS
ADDR BUS
OSC

FLASH

50MHz

ROM
1,2,3

CPU
80C186
EB-25

SRAM

MAX232
VIDEO

LCDC

I/F

SRAM

SED1353

LCD
LCD BIAS
DC/DC

KEY PAD
OSC

4X6 (24 KEY)

Sensor
Input
LED
8 ea.

DIPSW

Power
P/S I/F
DC/DC Conversion
+24->+5V , +12V

RS232

Fig.11.2 Block diagrma of rear Operator Panel

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11. Enhanced Rear Operator Panel

11.3 Disassembling/Assembling Module


11.3.1 Disassembling EOP(or SPL) /LCD Assembly
1) Unscrew the screws marked in the following figure to remove the SPL.

2) Unscrew four screws marked in the following figure to remove the LCD assembly.

3) To assemble the unit, take the steps described above in the reverse order.

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11.4 Board Specification


11.4.1 Specification
Item
Controller
Display

Mono Mode
BIOS/System ROM
Expansion Flash
Memory

Memory

Flash Memory for


data like fonts
WORKING RAM
Video Memory
LED DISPLAY

Specification
INTEL 80C186EB-25 ( 50MHz CLOCK)

Remark
-

320 X 240 (5.7 inch)


Flash Memory 4Mbit (256K Byte)

8Mbit (1Mbyte)

Flash Memory 32MBit (4Mbyte)

SRAM 4Mbit (256K Byte)

1Mbyte

Front: 2 ea. Bottom left: 2 ea. (TX,RX)

- 4 X 4 keypads (numeric and function key)


Key Pad

- Function key 4x1, LCD display at both

--

right and left sides.

Switch

Front 2 ea.: In Service/ Supervisor, Reset

Side 2 ea.: Power on/off, group test switch


- LCD Contrast control volume
- Power supply interface: Power on/off,
power failure control
- Sensor input: Door sensor, reserved 1
input port

Miscellaneous

- Supports camera channel selection


- IRDA port is integrated (optional)
- Upper unit interface: RS232C TX,RX
- Power supply (Two selection)
* DC 24V single power supply, 200mA
* DC 12V, DC 5V.

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11.4.2 Board Silk diagram

Fig.11.3 Silk diagrma of LCD board

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11.5 Display Controller


11.5.1 Specification
SED1353 from Seiko was adopted as a display controller in this equipment. It supports 128Kbyte
video memory and 640x480 color display. This equipment is designed to support both 5.7
SNTMONO (UG32F004, 320x240 resolution) and STN color UG32F11.
Max. 25MHz input clock (or pixel clock).
max. 16MHz, 16-bit MC68000 MPU interface.
8-bit or 16-bit MPU/Bus interface with memory accesses controlled by a READY (or WAIT#)
signal.
Option to use built-in index register or direct-mapping to access to one of sixteen internal
registers
8-bit or 16-bit SRAM data bus interface configurations.
Display memory configurations:
- 128K bytes using one 64K X 16 SRAM
- 128k bytes using two 64K X 8 SRAMs
- 64K bytes using two 32K X 8 SRAMs
- 40K bytes using one 8K X and one 32K X 8 SRAM

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12. Consumables Specifications

Chapter 12. Consumables Specifications

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12. Consumables Specifications

12. Consumables Specifications


12.1 Consumables List
This chapter describes all of the consumable parts used in the MoniMax5100T ATM
No.

Item

Default Item

Remarks

Receipt Paper

56790601

Magnetic Card

Table 12.1 Consumables list

12.2 Receipt Paper Specifications


12.2.1 Applicable Product
This purchase specification applies to the receipt paper of MoniMax5100T.

12.2.2 Specification
1) Paper type: Thermal roll paper
2) Print color: Black

12.2.3 Specification of the Receipt Paper


1) Paper type: Thermal roll paper
2) Print color: Black
3) Specification: Paper detects heat.
4) Paper basis weight : 553 g/
5) Paper thickness : 584

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Printing side
(external thermal side)

Beginning and ending edge of the


paper should be that of the printing
specifications.

Fig. 12.1 Paper Specifications

12.2.4 Roll appearance


79.50.5
180

22

18

Fig.12.2 External roll dimension


Note 1) Store the paper roll separately to prevent damage to the paper.
Note 2) Do not connect the papers with tape.
Note 3) Make sure the paper end is not attached to the paper pipe.
Note 4) Make sure the paper is rolled evenly.
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2 (Character Pitch))

Paper Rolling Direction

40.3

24.70.5

33.80.5

12.2.4.1 Printing Position for One Sheet and Black Mark

120.5
70 (Max)

79.50.5

Fig.12.3 Paper Length and Printing Position for a Transaction


Note 1) Vertical margin is 0.6 x 10 mm.
Note 2) Difference of the characters in the paper rolling direction is 0.3mm.

12.2.4.2 Printing specification of the black mark


1) Use black without dark or bright shades.
2) Use the oil ink. (no surface gloss)
3) Permeation ratio: Less than 10%
4) Reflection ratio - PCS 0.9 or higher (Less than Mark GBase PCM II 900nm)
5) Thickness should take precedence over reflection ratio.
6) The slippery gap between the black mark and the rule mark should be less than 0.5mm.

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12.2.5 Paper Handling Precautions


1) Store it away from high temperature and humidity
If the paper is stored in a place where temperature is above 50 or humidity is above 90%RH,
the coloring capability may deteriorate or the paper surface may inflate.
2) Refrain from exposing to direct sunlight
The paper surface can be inflated if you expose it to direct sunlight or leave it under the
fluorescent lamp for a long time.
3) Keep it away form the organic solvents
Paper color may change if the paper comes in contact with organic solvents or glues containing
organic solvent.
4) Keep it away from plastics
If the paper comes in contact with materials containing plastics, its coloring capability may
deteriorate or de-coloring of the paper may occur.
5) Miscellaneous
If the paper comes in contact with carbon copy paper or if the paper surface is scratched
with a metallic object, de-coloring may occur.

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12.3 Magnetic Card Specifications


Item

ISO Card (Unit : Inch)

Length

Card Bending

Magnetic Stripe
Position

Fig.12.4 Magnetic Card Specifications

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ISO Card

Item
Read/write

First track

Second track

Third track(Not Used)

Read

Read

Read

8.46min 8.97max
11.76min 12.01max
15.32min 15.82max
5.66 max
8.46min 8.96max
12.01min 12.52max

Upper Card

( Rear card )

Track location

1st Track
2nd Track
3rd Track

Record method
Printing Thickness
Data Printing Amount

F2F
8.27 b/mm8%(210bpi)

2.95 b/mm5%(75bpi) 8.27 b/mm8%(210bpi)

79 Characters

Error Detection

40 Characters

107 Characters

Odd Parity Check


Card Top
Card Rear

nd

1/2 track 7.440.50

Position of the first and


last data bit

rd

3 track 7.441.00
Over6.93

Center line of the last data bit

Center line of the first data bit

Table 12.2 Magnetic Writing Specification of the ISO Magnetic Card

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Chapter 13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


13.1 Card Reader
Error Code

9723010

Cause

Handling
1. Reboot ATM
2. Test with diagnostics in supervisor mode
3. Check communication cable and connectors of
card reader

Failed to open device

4. Check card reader driver version

9723016

1. Reboot ATM
2. Test with diagnostics in supervisor mode
3. Check communication cable and connectors of
card reader

Time out to receive data

4. Check card reader driver version

9723019

1. Reboot ATM
2. Test with diagnostics in supervisor mode
3. Check communication cable and connectors of
card reader

Polling down

4. Check card reader driver version

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.2 Cash Dispenser


Error Code

Cause

Handling

The Cash Dispenser Unit cassette is not


installed.
The Control Electronics checks if the
2000100

Cash Dispenser Unit cassette is in the


right position with the location sensor
(LS6), and generates an error when the
Cash Dispenser Unit is not in the correct
position.

1. Install the cassette again.


2. Check if LS6 (micro switch) is fully pressed
while the cassette is loaded.
3. Check if LS6 connector has been properly
inserted and if cable is cut.
4. Check logic related to LS6 of the Cash
Dispenser Unit board.
1. Fill cash and set the number of bills.
* In Low currency enable mode:
2. Check if LS5 hole on the side of the cassettes

Cash is not enough.

2000200

This error occurs in the following cases:

is matching with LS5 after installing the

1.

cassette.

When the number of bills is 0 after

3. Check if the reflection plate of the LS5 sensor is

the final payment transaction is made


2.

When the low level sensor (LS5) polluted in the cassette.

detects that the cassettes is at a low level 4. Check if

LS5 sensor is polluted, cable is cut,

or the connector is wrongly inserted.

in Low currency check enable mode

5. Check logic related to LS5 of the Cash


Dispenser Unit board.
The reject box is full.
This error occurs when the sum of
2000300

rejected bills during the transaction and 1. Execute Cassette Total after moving cash
the rejected bills during the test is more from the reject box.
than 50 after finally executing Cassette
Total.
1. Check Cash Dispenser Unit information.

Cash Dispenser Unit data (country,


2000500

2. Check battery back-up SRAM.

cassette, shutter) setting error occurs

3. Check the battery.

during initialization.

1. Remove the jammed note on the return path.


Note has been detected on the return 2. Check if the sensor is polluted.
2YY1500

path before the Cash Dispenser Unit

3. Check if cable is cut or the connector is wrongly

starts to operate.

inserted.

YY = Return Path Sensor ;

4. Check logic related to the sensor in the Cash


Dispenser Unit board.

4000000

Receiving undefined command


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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code
4001100

Cause
Detecting

CS2

Dark

Handling
(Front

Access

Type:Reject box is opened.)

4001400

Detecting CS4A Dark

4001500

Detecting CS2, CS4A Dark

4001800

Detecting CS4B Dark

4001900

Detecting CS2, CS4B Dark

4001C00

Detecting CS4A, CS4B Dark

4001D00

Detecting CS2, CS4A, CS4B Dark

4002100

Detecting CS1A Dark

4002200

Detecting CS1B Dark

4002300

Detecting CS1A, CS1B Dark

4002800

Detecting CS13 Dark

4002900

Detecting CS1A, CS13 Dark

4002A00

Detecting CS1B, CS13 Dark

4002B00

Detecting CS1A, CS1B, CS13 Dark

4003000

Failed in checking the main motor echo

1. Initialize
2. Check Main Motor Encoder Slit
3. Initialize after Power On/Off
4. Check Encoder Sensor CS8 BRKT
5. Check CS8 Sensor Cable
6. Change Main Motor Encoder Slit Sensor CS8

4003100

Reject Gate Solenoid Echo Check Error

1. Listen to click sound during cash dispenser


initializing
- If that sound occurs in 2 seconds after motor
was turned, it is normal
- If there is delayed, replace PCB on cash
dispenser

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

Handling

4003200

Preset Gate Solenoid Echo Check Error

1. Listen to click sound during cash dispenser


initializing
- If that sound occurs in 2 seconds after motor
was turned, it is normal
- If there is delayed, replace PCB on cash
dispenser

4003300

Check sum error (No information is set)

1. Replace PCB on cash dispenser

Error of double notes detecting

1. Check CS5_1 Sensor Cable


2. Check second Dip Switch in CDU B/D

4003400

4003600

sensor(CS5_1) for initializing

3. Change CS5_1 Sensor

1. Check note jam at CS2 and CS13 sensor


Error of CS 2, CS13 sensor during 2. Clean CS2 and CS13 sensors
3. Reconnect CS2 and CS13 sensors
initialization
4. Replace CS2 and CS13 sensor

4003700

4003800

4003900

1. Check note jam at CS5 sensor


detecting 2. Clean CS5 sensor
3. Reconnect CS5 sensors
sensor(CS5_1/CS5_2) for dispensing
4. Replace CS5 sensor
1. Reboot ATM
SRAM check error
2. Replace PCB on cash dispenser
1. Initialize after removing notes or dust over Gate
Abnormal operation of the gate solenoid 2. Check CS3 Sensor BKRT
3. Check CS3 Sensor Cable
during initialization or before dispensing
4. Exchange Sensor after abnormal operating CS3
bill
Gate detecting Sensor
5. Exchange Reject Solenoid 1
Error

of

sheets

This error occurs when the number of


4003A00

demanded bills are more than 5 in

1. Check command that CDU is received


2. Check CDU EP ROM Version or specification

dispensing command for test

4003B00

1. Remove notes or dust in existence CS15A


Sensor
CS15A, CS15B dark detection error
2. Check CS15A Sensor Cable
during initialization.
3. Exchange Sensor after abnormal operating
CS15A Sensor

4004000

Taking out a cassette during dispensing 1. Push the cassette until making click sound
2. Check the catcher inside cassette guide
bills.

4004100

4004200

1. Check notes in Reject Box


2. Rearrange notes in Cassette
Error if re-driving is over 5 times during 3. Remove dust in CS15AB, CS31AB, CS41AB
CS1AB Sensor
separated rejection
4. Check dust existing in CS5 Sensor Guide
5. Check dust existing in Main Motor Encoder Slit
6. Check index value of notes each cassette
This error occurs when CS13 (the 1. Check notes dispensed and rejected
2. Remove notes jammed in CDU
number of dispensed bills) is smaller than
3. Remove dust in CS13 Sensor
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Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

4. Exchange sensor after abnormal operating CS13


Sensor
1. Check notes in Reject Box
2. Rearrange notes in Cassette
This error occurs when the rejected bills 3. Remove dust in CS1AB, CS15AB, CS31AB,
CS41AB Sensor
are more than 10 during dispensing.
4. Check dust in existence CS5 Sensor Guide
5. Check notes index value
1. Check notes in Reject Box
2. Rearrange notes in Cassette
The bills are rejected 7 times 3. Check dust in Main Motor Encoder Slit
4. Remove dust in CS15AB, CS31AB, CS1AB
continuously during dispensing.
Sensor
5. Exchange CS8 Encoder Slit Sensor
the number of demanded bills.

4004300

4004400

The dispensed bills are more than the


4004500

4004600

4004700

4004800

4004900

4004A00

4004B00

4004C00

1. Check notes dispensed and rejected


(the number of 2. Remove dust in CS13 Sensor
dispensed bills (CS13) > the number of 3. Exchange sensor after abnormal operating CS13
Sensor
demanded bills)
demanded bills.

1. Initialize after Reset Power


2. Upgrade CDU Firmware or Re-download
3. Exchange CDU B/D
1. Check notes in 1 Cassette
2. Check Sensor(CS6) Poll
1 cassette misfeed error (Separated 3. Check jam in 1 cassette and reload
4. Remove dust in CS1A, CS1B Sensor
rejection)
5. Exchange 1 cassette box when there are many
error
Program error(Separated rejection)

Error if the number of dispensed notes is 1. Check CS13 sensor (note jam and dust)
2. Replace CS13 sensor
not matched to the Inquireed
The number of demanded bill is zero.
1. Check cash dispenser driver version (CDM SP)

(from AP)

CS1AB ~ CS13 Time out (Jam) during 1. Remove jammed notes on CDU return path
2. Remove dust in CS1~CS4 sensor
dispensing bills from first cassette.
3. Install after rearranging notes in cassette
1. Check state of notes in reject box
2. Rearrange notes in cassette
Bills are rejected 3 times continuously 3. Check cash dispenser configuration
because of bill separation error during 4. Check foreign objects in the main motor encoder
slit.
dispensing.
5. Replace the CS8 encoder slit sensor
6. Check and replace cassette
In case the number of notes detected
outlet sensor(CS13) is more than
1. Check CS1 sensor 2. Reconnect CS1 sensor
that of notes detected on CS1A,B sensor

4004D00

Trying to dispense bills from first cassette 1. Set cassette #1 correctly


2. Check the catcher inside cassette #1 guide
but first cassette doesn't installed.
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Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

Trying to dispense bills from second


4004E00

cassette but second cassette doesn't

1. Set cassette #2 correctly


2. Check the catcher inside cassette #2 guide

installed
Received a Inquire for over 121 notes
4005100

dispensing on the CDU from the upper 1. Check cash dispenser driver version (CDM SP)
unit.
1. Remove the remaining notes at a sensor in front
of the CST
sensor before dispensing bills from first 2. Realign notes in the cassette
3. Check abnormal clutch.
cassette. (CS1AB Dark Detection)
4. Check abrasion of the cassette box pick unit.
Error for the double note detection during
separation.
1. Initialize after resetting the power
2.Upgrade the CDU firmware or re-download
Error in searching CS1 Sensor Table)
software
3. Replace the CDU B/D
1. Remove a jammed note between the tray and
CDU
CS13 sensor time out (Jam) during
2. Remove a jammed note at the position of the
dispensing bills.
CS13 sensor
3. Remove a dust on the CS13 sensor
1. Remove a jammed note on the gate
2. Remove notes in the reject box and remount the
reject box
3.
Check if the CS3 sensor bracket is bended.
Abnormal operation of the gate solenoid
4. Check if the CS3 sensor cable is disconnected
during dispensing
(CN10 #9~10)
5. Exchange a sensor after abnormal operating
CS3 Gate detecting sensor.
6. Replace the reject solenoid 1
1. Replace cash dispenser PCB
Cash dispenser configuration error
2. Reconfigure cash dispenser setup data
1. Mount the retract box or open the box cover
Retract box position error during 2. Check if CS62 sensor poll is abnormal
3. Check if the CS62 sensor cable is disconnected
command reserved operation
(CDU Board CN10 #5~2).
1. Remove jammed notes
Bill time out (jam) during initialization
2.Clean the sensors (CS1~CS15) in cash dispenser
Something is detected at the CS1AB

4005200

4005300

4005400

4005500

4005600

4005700

4005800

4005900
4005B00

4005D00

2 Cassette Miss Feed Error (Fail to reject


bill separately.)
1. Check notes status in the reject box
2. Realign notes in the cassette
Double bill detection error occurs 3 times 3. Check foreign objects at the position of the CS5
Sensor Guide
continuously during dispensing bills.
4. Check if the CS5 cable is disconnected
(CS5_1:CDU
B/D
CN10
#11~12,
25~28//CS5_2:CN12)

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code
4006000
4006100
4006200
4006300
4006A00
4006B00
4007000
4007200
4007300
4007A00
4007B00
4007C00
4007D00
4008000
4008100
4008200
4008F00
4009A00
4009D00

Cause

Handling

Something is detected in C31AB sensor


before dispensing bills from 3rd
cassette.
Something is detected in C31AB sensor
before dispensing bills.
Bills are remained in CS11AB sensor
after dispensing bills.
Bills are remained in CS31AB sensor
after dispensing bills
CS15AB ~ CS13 Time out(Jam) during
dispensing bills from second cassette.
Something is detected on CS31A, CS31B
sensor in initialization
Something is detected on CS41AB
sensor before dispensing bills from
fourth cassette.
Something is detected on CS41AB
sensor during dispensing bills.
Bills is remained in CS41AB sensor after
dispensing bills.
CS31AB ~ CS13 Time out (Jam) during
dispensing bills from fourth cassette.
Something is detected on CS41A, CS41B
sensor in initialization
Missfeed error in 4th cassette
Trying to dispense bills from 4th cassette
but the 4th cassette doesn't installed.
Something is detected on CS15AB
sensor before dispensing operation
Something is detected in C15AB sensor
during dispensing operation
Bill is remained in CS15AB sensor after
dispensing operation
CS13 sensor detects a bill with hole
during dispensing
CS31AB~CS13 Time out(Jam) during
dispensing from 3rd cassette.
Trying to dispense bills from 3rd cassette
but the 3rd cassette doesn't installed.

4009F00

3 cassette miss feed error

400FF00

Bill jam

400AC00

Something is detected on CS2 sensor


after dispense operation

400BC00

Communication error Command Length


doesnt match.
Bill

400BE00

1. Remove the jammed notes


2. Initialize

pickup

sensor(CS1,

CS15)

recognized has a hole and CS4 sensor


detects it or CS4 snesor detects the
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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

Handling

gap too close

400C700

Something is detected on CS12 sensor


during dispensing bills or initialization.MB TTWn

400C800

Something is detected on CS14 sensor


during dispensing bills or initialization.MB TTW

400C900

Something is detected on CS14 sensor


after dispense operationn

400CC00

Bill is remained on the sensor in front of


cassette during resetting.

400D000

Bills are passed on CS13~CS12 sensor Timeout[Jam], MB TTW

400D100

Bills are passed on CS12~CS14 sensor Timeout[Jam], MB TTW


Cash Dispenser communication failure

4DN0000

during

sending

command

to

cash

dispenser
Cash Dispenser communication failure
4DN0100

during

receiving

command

to

cash

dispenser
4DN8100

Communication error of Shutter

9712000

Failed to create file

9712100

Failed to read file

9712200

Failed to write file

9712300

Failed to close file

9712400

Failed to delete file

9712500

Failed to copy file

9712600

Failed to create directory

9719000

Failed to execute an extra command in 1. Reboot ATM


2. Reinstall software
the status of Cash Unit Exchange

1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive
1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
3. Replace hard disk drive

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Error Code

Cause

Handling
3. Replace hard disk drive

9719100

9719200

9719300

In case of not being the status of Cash 1. Reboot ATM


2. Reinstall software
Unit Exchange out of End Exchange
3. Replace hard disk drive
In case of carrying out Cash In Start 1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
command at two times
3. Replace hard disk drive
In case of not being the status of Cash In 1. Reboot ATM
2. Reinstall software
out of End Cash In
3. Replace hard disk drive

9719400

Invalid Cash Unit ID

1. Reconfigure cash dispenser setup data

9719500

Invalid Cash Unit number

1. Reconfigure cash dispenser setup data

9719600

The abnormal of the number of Cash Unit

1. Reconfigure cash dispenser setup data

No. of dispensed notes that software


9719700

counts

is

not

matched

to

it

cash

dispenser responded.
971A000

Invalid denomination

1. Reconfigure denomination at supervisor mode

971A100

Invalid currency

1. Reconfigure currency at supervisor mode

971A300

In case the number of bills dispensed 1. Check cash dispenser driver (CDM SP) version
2. Reconfigure the maximum dispensable count
exceeds the maximum dispensing bill

971A400

In case the number of coins dispensed


exceeds the maximum dispensing
coin

1. Check coin dispenser driver version


2. Reconfigure the maximum dispensable count

971A500

Invalid mix number

1. Reconfigure cash dispenser at supervisor mode

971A600

971A700

In case automatic Retry of SP fails 3


times
There is no setting information about
automatic Retry standard

971B000

No notes in stacker during rejecting or 1. Check a dust in stacker


2. Reconfigure the maximum dispensable count
retracting notes

971C000

Undefined command is received

971D100

Partial dispense from cassette #1

971D200

Partial dispense from cassette #2

971D300

Partial dispense from cassette #3

971DX00

In

case

dispensing

partial

bills

demand

1. Reinstall software
1. Check the replenished amount and replenish
2. Check the notes in cassette #1
1. Check the replenished amount and replenish
2. Check the notes in cassette #2
1. Check the replenished amount and replenish
2. Check the notes in cassette #3

dispensed
when

by

Partial
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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

Handling

Dispense option is on. X means


cassette number.
9740000

Cash Dispenser communication failure


during COM port open.

9740020

Failed to create file

9740025

Failed to copy file

9740101

In case incorrect cassette type is set.

9740102

In case nonexistent Note Index is set.


When sensing CS2 Dark (Error code,

9741100

400FF00 is subdivided by location of


sensor.)
When sensing CS4A Dark (Error code,

9741400

400FF00 is subdivided by location of


sensor.)
When sensing CS4B Dark (Error code,

9741800

400FF00 is subdivided by location of


sensor.)
When sensing CS21A,B Dark (Error

9742100

code, 400FF00 is subdivided by location


of sensor.)
When sensing CS13 Dark (Error code,

9742800

400FF00 is subdivided by location of


sensor.)
When sensing CS15A,B Dark (Error

9743B00

code, 400FF00 is subdivided by location


of sensor.)

9744700

9745B00

Cash

picking-up

fail

while

cash

in

while

cash

in

cassette #1 is enough
Cash

picking-up

fail

cassette #2 is enough
When sensing CS31A,B Dark (Error

9746B00

code, 400FF00 is subdivided by location


of sensor.)
When sensing CS41A, B Dark (Error

9747B00

code, 400FF00 is subdivided by location


of sensor.)
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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code
9747C00

9749F00

Cause
Cash

picking-up

fail

Handling
while

cash

in

while

cash

in

cassette #4 is enough
Cash

picking-up

fail

cassette #3 is enough
When sensing bills in the Stacker (Error

974FF00

code, 400FF00 is subdivided by location


of sensor.)

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.3 Receipt Printer


Error Code

Cause

Handling
1. Remove paper jam and paper scraps.
2. Check the lever operation position in the

Receipt paper jam in the receipt printer.


2001000

The jam detection sensor checks if there


is paper before starting operation.

sensor.
3. Check if the sensor is polluted.
4. Check if cable is cut or the connector is wrongly
inserted.
5. Check logic related to the jam detection sensor
of the Slip Printer board.
1. Close the feed lever.

The feed lever of the recipt printer is 2. Check if the micro switch of the feed lever
normally functions.

open.
2001200

It was detected that the feed lever was 3. Check if cable of the micro switch is cut in the
open before ther receipt printer started to feed lever and the connector is wrontly inserted.
4. Check logic related to the micro switch of the

operate.

feed lever of the Slip Printer board.


The thermal head of the receipt printer is
2001400

overheated (before the receipt printer


starts to operate).

2010100

2010200

2010300

Receipt printer lever opened before


printing

1. Check and replace the thermal printer head.


2. Check logic related to the TPH of the PR board.

1. Close the lever of print head completely

TPH (Thermal Printing Head) overheated 1. Wait the time until the temperature of head
before printing

adequately slow down and try to initialize

Paper jam before printing, cutting paper

1. Remove jammed paper between printer head


and rollers
2. Check and clean sensor

or discharging paper

3. Replace sensor
2010400

2010500

2010600

2010700

Detecting no paper before printing (No 1. Replenish receipt paper


paper)

2. Check the status of sensor and its connctor

Detecting paper setting error before

1. Check the status of paper setting

printing

2. Check the sensor status and its connector

Command is received while doing self- 1. After terminating self-test and initialize receipt
test

printer

Detecting paper low (near end) before 1. Replenish receipt paper


2. Check the status of Near End sensor and its
printing
connctor
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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

2010800

Paper cutting error

2010900

Dark sensing error before printing

2010A00

Handling
1. Check the Cutter module
2. Check if printer head lever is properly close
1. Check the status of dark sensor(black mark
sensor)
2. Check whether dip switch # 6 is set or not
(Dip switch # 6 has to be turned on for not using
dark sensing)

The size of image print data is abnormal


1. Check the AP version and initialize

while printing image

2080100

Receipt printer lever opened after printing

2080200

TPH (Thermal Printing Head) overheated 1. Wait the time until the temperature of head
adequately slow down and try to initialize
after printing

2080300

Paper jam after printing, cutting paper or


discharging paper

1. Close the lever of print head completely

1. Remove jammed paper between printer head


and rollers
2. Check and clean sensor
3. Replace sensor

2080400

Detecting no paper after printing (No 1. Replenish receipt paper


2. Check the status of sensor and its connctor
paper)

2080500

Detecting paper setting error after printing

2080600

Command is received while doing self- 1. After terminating self-test and initialize receipt
printer
test

2080700

2080800

2080900

2080A00

2DN0000

1. Check the status of paper setting


2. Check the sensor status and its connector

Detecting paper low (near end) after 1. Replenish receipt paper


2. Check the status of Near End sensor and its
printing
connctor
1. Check the Cutter module
Paper cutting error
2. Check if printer head lever is properly close
1. Check the status of dark sensor(black mark
sensor)
Dark sensing error after printing
2. Check whether dip switch # 6 is set or not
(Dip switch # 6 has to be turned on for not using
dark sensing)
The size of image print data is abnormal
1. Check the AP version and initialize

while printing image


Failed

to

connect

communication 1.Check if communication cable or com port is not


connected
between Receipt printer and SP

9720000

Communicate fail during opening printer 1. Check if communication cable or com port is not
connected
driver (PTR SP)

9722010

Communicate fail during opening printer 1. Check if communication cable or com port is not
connected
driver (PTR SP)

9722DN0

Failed

to

connect

communication 1. Check if communication cable or com port is not


connected
between Receipt printer and SP

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13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.4 Rear Operator Panel (Option)


Error Code

Cause

9704020

Failed to create file

9704021

Failed to read file

9704022

Failed to write file

9704023

Failed to close file

9704024

Failed to delete file

9704025

Failed to copy file

9704030

Failed to create Registry

9704031

Failed to read Registry

9704032

Failed to write Registry

9704034

Failed to delete file

9704040

Failed to create Thread

9704043

Failed to terminate Thread

9704050

Failed to create Process

9704053

Failed to terminate Process

9704060

Failed to create Memory

9704061

Failed to read Memory

9704062

Failed to write Memory

9704063

Failed to close Memory

9704068

Invalid pointer

9704070

Failed to create Mutex

9704073

Failed to release Mutex

9704076

Failed to wait time out Mutex

9704080

Failed to create Event

Handling

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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

9704086

Failed to wait time out Event

9704100

Failed to connect polling or timeout

9704101

Failed to connect polling or line error

9704102

Timeout to send polling

9704103

Failed to close polling or timeout

9704104

Failed to close polling or line error

Handling

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.5 Miscellaneous
Error Code
1030100
7000100

7000200

7000300

Cause

Handling

Key data error from host

1. Contact to host

Its impossible to read the version after


transferring to the CduSetup menu.
Its impossible to read the version after
CDU Setup.
Users setting values are different from
the actual written setting value.

9701010

Communication fail between PIN driver 1. Check communication cable or com port is not
connected
(PIN SP) and pinpad

9701012

Command sending fail to pinpad

9701016

Data receiving fail from pinpad (EPP)

9701017

Data sending fail from pinpad (EPP)

9701031

9701040

9701060

1. Check communication cable or com port is not


connected
1. Check if communication cable or com port is
not connected
1. Check if communication cable or com port is not
connected

Pinpad (EPP) configuration data reading 1. Reboot ATM


error

2. Re-install software

Failed to produce Thread for pinpad 1. Reboot ATM


(EPP)

2. Re-install software

Failed to create buffer for pinpad (EPP)

1. Reboot ATM
2. Re-install software

9701068

MapView of File Fail in Create

1.

Initialize Pin SP.

ShareMemory Method for EPP

2.

Call your attendant

1.

Initialize Pin SP.

2.

Call your attendant

1.

Initialize Pin SP.

2.

Call your attendant

9701070

Create Mutex Fail for SIU(Sensor)

9701102

COM handle is null for EPP

9701111

BCC error from pinpad (EPP)

9701150

9701151

9701152

9707082

1. Reboot ATM
2. Replace pinpad

Pinpad (EPP) is down when it receives 1. Reboot ATM


an 'Initializing command

2. Replace pinpad

Pinpad (EPP) is down when it receives 1. Reboot ATM


2. Replace pinpad

an 'Get Status' command

Pinpad (EPP) is down when it receives 1. Reboot ATM


2. Replace pinpad

an 'Clear Func Key' command

Failed the message transmission for the It is a software error. On AP logic, check the event
fire event for VFD

for
13-17

the

command

executed

before

closing

MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

ex) After connection is closed, an event connection.


for the previous command is arrived.
D140100
D140200

Disconnected by unknown reason


Disconnected by Remote Party rejected
call

D140300

Disconnected by Local phone picked up

D140400

Disconnected by Forwarded

D140500

Disconnected by Unreachable

D140600

Disconnected by Congestion

D140700

Disconnected by Incompatible

D140800

Disconnected by Bad Reason

D160100

Disconnected by Bad Address

1. Check the host.

D160200

Disconnected by Unavailable

1.

2. Check the host.

No carrier
D170X00

No carrir during data transmission after


the modem is connected.

D170100

D170200

D170300

D170400

D170500

D170600

Check the host.

3. Check if the transaction card is valid.


4. Check line noise.
5. Check the modem controller and logic.

1. Check phone line status


No carrier before sending data after 2. Check ground of AC power
modem cable and
modem connection
power cable
1. Check phone line status
No carrier before receiving ENQ from 2. Check ground of AC power
modem cable and
host
power cable
1. Check phone line status
No carrier before sending transaction 2. Check ground of AC power
modem cable and
Inquire data to host
power cable
1. Check phone line status
No carrier after sending transaction 2. Check ground of AC power
modem cable and
Inquire data to host
power cable
1. Check phone line status
2. Check ground of AC power
No carrier before receiving ACK from host
modem cable and
power cable
1. Check phone line status
2. Check ground of AC power
No carrier after receiving ACK from host
modem cable and
power cable
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and noise between

and noise between

and noise between

and noise between

and noise between

and noise between

MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

D320100

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

Outbound call is aborted

1.

Check modem line

2.

Replace modem if same error occurs


repeatedly

D320200

Fail to dial to someone

D410000

CRC mismatch

D410100

No CRC is received

1.

Check modem line

2.

Replace modem if same error occurs


repeatedly

Make sure that the host is using CRC

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.6 Host NG Code


Error Code

Cause

Handling

7710891

Host line fail

Inconsistent with the message of Host

D00B000

Terminal ID mismatched

Inconsistent with the message of Host

D00B100

Response Code Mismatched

Inconsistent with the message of Host

D00B200

First Field ID Code Mismatched

Inconsistent with the message of Host

D00B300

First Des Key Wrong Size

Inconsistent with the message of Host

DA00100

Expired card

Check the valid date of card.

DA00200

Unauthorized usage

Inquire your service provider.


1. Reenter the password correctly.
2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key

DA00300

PIN error

again by diagnostics or inquire your service


provider.
1. Reenter the password correctly.
2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key

DA00400

Invalid PIN

again by diagnostics or inquire your service


provider.

DA00500

Bank unavailable

1. Check the card whether usage or not.


2. Inquire about the problem.

DA00600

Card not supported

Check the card whether usage or not.

DA00700

Insufficient funds

Check the fund of account.

DA00800

Ineligible transaction

Inquire your service provider.

DA00900

Ineligible account

Inquire your service provider.

DA01000

Number of daily withdrawal exceeded

Inquire your service provider.

DA01100

Cannot process transaction

Inquire your service provider.


1. Reenter the password correctly.
2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key

DA01400

PIN tries exceeded

again by diagnostics or inquire your service


provider.

DA01500

Database problem

DA01600

Withdrawal limit already reached

DA01700

Invalid Amount

Inquire your service provider.


1. Check the limit amount of withdrawal.
2. Check the total paid money from ATM.
Check the input amount during transaction.
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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

DA01800

External decline

Inquire your service provider.

DA01900

System error

Inquire your service provider.

DA02200

Message edit error

Inquire your service provider.

DA02300

Transaction not supported

Inquire your service provider.

DA11100

Reversal Declined

Inquire your service provider.

DA01100

UNAUTHORIZED TRANSACTION

Inquire your service provider.


- EXPIRED CARD

DA01200

EXPIRED CARD (RBSLynk) or INVALID

Check the valid date of card.

SELECTED

- INVALID SELECTED TRANSACTION

TRANSACTION (STANDARD1/2) or

Check the selected transaction

Amount too large (STANDARD3)

- AMOUNT TOO LARGE


Check the input amount during the transaction.
- INVALID
1. Reenter the password correctly.
2. If the same problem occurs, inject
master key again by diagnostics or

INVALID (RBSLynk) or INVALID


DA01300

AMOUNT (STANDARD1/2) or ACCOUNT


CLOSED (STANDARD3)

inquire your service provider.


- INVALID AMOUNT
Check the input amount during
transaction.
- ACCOUNT CLOSED
Check the account from bank.
- PIN ERROR
1. Reenter the password correctly.

DA01400

2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key

PIN ERROR (RBSLynk) or INVALID


CARD (COMMON)

again by diagnostics or inquire your service


provider.
- INVALID CARD
Check the card whether usage or not.

DA01500

BANK or NETWORK UNAVAILABLE

Inquire your service provider.

DA02000

SURCHARGE DISPLAY FAULT

Inquire your service provider.

UNAUTHORIZED USE (STANDARD1/2)


DA02100

or Routing lookup problem

Inquire your service provider.

(STANDARD3)
DA02200

EXPIRED CARD

Check the valid date of card.


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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code
DA02300

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

INVALID TRANSACTION

Inquire your service provider.


- PIN ERROR
1. Reenter the password correctly.

PIN ERROR (RBSLynk) or EXCEEDS


DA02400

2. If the same problem occurs, inject

WITHDRAWAL LIMIT (STANDARD1/2) or

master key again by diagnostics or

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS (STANDARD3)

inquire your service provider.


- INSUFFICIENT FUNDS
Check the fund of account.

DA03000

INELIGIBLE TRANSACTION

Inquire your service provider.

DA03100

INELIGIBLE ACCOUNT

Inquire your service provider.

DA03200

NETWORK DOWN

Inquire your service provider.

DA03900

INVALID CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT

Inquire about credit card account to bank.

DA0400

ENTER WHOLE DOLLARS ONLY

Check the denomination of your ATM.

DA04100

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS

Check the fund of account.

DA04200

NO FURTHER WITHDRAWALS

Inquire your service provider.

DA04300

LESSER DOLLAR - RETRY

DA04400

LESSER WHOLE DOLLAR - RETRY

Check the input amount during transaction. Except


transfer transaction, user have to input more $1
Check the input amount during transaction. Except
transfer transaction, user have to input more $1

DA05000

INVALID PIN

1. Reenter the password correctly.


2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key
again by diagnostics or inquire your service
provider.

DA05200

INVALID CHECKING ACCOUNT

Check the checking account.

DA05300

INVALID SAVINGS ACCOUNT

Check the savings account.

DA05400

EXPIRED CARD

Check the valid date of Card

BAD PIN

1. Reenter the password correctly.


2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key
again by diagnostics or inquire your service
provider.

DA05500

DA05700
DA05800

INVALID TRANSACTION FOR THIS


CARD
INVALID TRANSACTION FOR THIS
TERMINAL

Check the card whether usable or not.


Inquire your service provider.

DA06100

EXCEEDS WITHDRAWAL LIMIT

Check the amount of withdrawal limit.

DA07000

INVALID CARD - NOT A DEBIT CARD

Check the card whether usable or not

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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

NO CREDIT ACCOUNT NUMBER


FOUND

Check card whether usable or not

DA07500

BAD PIN (MULTIPLE TIMES)

1. Reenter the password correctly.


2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key
again by diagnostics or inquire your service
provider.

DA07800

NO ACCOUNT EXIST

Inquire your service provider.

DA08000

INVALID DATE

Check local date of ATM.

NOT VERIFIED PIN

1. Reenter the password correctly.


2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key
again by diagnostics or inquire your service
provider.

DA08600

NOT VERIFIED PIN

1. Reenter the password correctly.


2. If the same problem occurs, inject master key
again by diagnostics or inquire your service
provider.

DA09000

INVALID TERMINAL TYPE

Inquire your service provider.

DA09100

INVALID TERMINAL KEY (RBSLynk) or


NO BANK RESPONSE (COMMON)

Inquire your service provider.

DA07100

DA08300

INVALID ABA, SIC or ACCOUNT


DA09200

Inquire your service provider.

NUMBER (RBSLynk) or
NO NETWORK RESPONSE

DA09300

Inquire your service provider.

TERMINAL IS DEACTIVATED
TEST TRANSACTION FOR OTHER

DA09500

THAN $0.00 (RBSLynk) or MISC.

Inquire your service provider.

PROCESSING ERROR (STANDARD3)


DA09700

EXCEEDING STORE DAILY CREDIT

Check the maximum credit limit per day.

LIMIT
DA09800

EXCEEDING STORE DAILY DEBIT

Check the maximum debit limit per day.

LIMIT
DA01110

TIME OUT

Inquire your service provider.

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.7 Application Error Code (Including Comm. Error)


Error Code

Cause

Handling

11019100

LOST CARD", DEV_MCU

1102910

LOST WITHDRAW CASH,DEV_CSH

1102920

LOST DEPOSIT CASH, DEV_CSH

11039100

LOST CARD & SLIP", DEV_MCU |


DEV_SPR

11059100

LOST PB", DEV_PBM

11069100

LOST SLIP", DEV_SPR

2000400

Vault door opened

2001300

Paper empty

1. Replenish receipt paper

971A200

Not dispensable from cassette

1. Reconfigure denomination
2. Reconfigure currency

Power off during transaction

1. Check power supply

CDU Can't Dispense

1.

991@@91
C101000

D000100

1. Close door
2. Check whether dip switch # 6 is set or not

Check All Cassette Status

(Check The Cassette)


Modem initializing error. An error is
received from the modem controller
1. Check modem
after Modem Initialize command is 2. Reboot ATM
issued.

D000200

Reversal transaction failure. Cancellation


of the transaction due to an
error having occurred while notes were
dispensed was notified to the
1. Contact to bank to refund
host, however, the host did not receive
this notification.

D000300

PIN ERROR

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000400

INVALID PIN

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000500

BANK UNAVAILABLE

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000600

CARD NOT SUPPORTED

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000700

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000800

INELIGIBLE TRANSACTION

1. Transaction was denied by host

D000900

INELIGIBLE ACCOUNT

1. Transaction was denied by host

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

Handling

D001000

DAILY LIMIT EXCEEDED

1. Transaction was denied by host

D001100

UNABLE TO PROCESS

1. Transaction was denied by host

D001200

1. AMOUNT TOO LARGE


2. This error code means
Transaction at ATM connected

D001300

1. ACCOUNT CLOSED
2. This error code means
Amount at ATM connected

Invalid

1. Transaction was denied by host

to RBS-LYNK.
Invalid

1. Transaction was denied by host

to RBS-LYNK.

D001400

1. PIN TRIES EXCEEDED


2. This error code means Invalid Card
1. Transaction was denied by host
Number at ATM connected
to RBS-LYNK.

D001500
D001600

UNABLE TO PROCESS
WITHDRAWAL

LIMIT

1. Transaction was denied by host


ALREADY

REACHED

1. Transaction was denied by host

D001700

INVALID AMOUNT

1. Transaction was denied by host

D001800

EXTERNAL DECLINE

1. Transaction was denied by host

D001900

SYSTEM ERROR

1. Transaction was denied by host

D002000

1. CONTACT CARD ISSUER.


2. This error code means Surcharge
screen should have
1. Transaction was denied by host
been displayed at ATM connected to
RBS-LYNK.

D002100

ROUTING LOOKUP PROBLEM

1. Transaction was denied by host

D002200

UNABLE TO PROCESS

1. Transaction was denied by host

D002300

TRANSACTION NOT SUPPORTED

1. Transaction was denied by host

D002400

Exceeds Issuer Withdrawal Limit

1. Transaction was denied by host

D003900

No Credit Account

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005100

Insufficient Funds

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005200

No Checking Account

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005300

No Savings Account

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005400

Expired Card

1. Transaction was denied by host

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code

Cause

Handling

D005500

Incorrect Pin

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005700

Transaction not Permitted Card

1. Transaction was denied by host

D005800

Transaction not Permitted Terminal

1. Transaction was denied by host

D006100

Exceeds Withdrawal Limit

1. Transaction was denied by host

D007500

PIN Tries Exceeded

1. Transaction was denied by host

D007800

No Account

1. Transaction was denied by host

D008000

Invalid Date

1. Transaction was denied by host

D008300

Can not Verify PIN

1. Transaction was denied by host

D008600

Can not Verify PIN

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009100

Bank Unavailable

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009200

System Unavailable

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009300

Transaction Serial Number mismatched

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009400

Record Format Mismatched. Check if a


proper AP for the host
1. Transaction was denied by host
has been loaded.

D009500

D009600

Routing Identification Mismatched. Check


the routing Identification.
Terminal

Identification

Mismatched.

Check the terminal Identification.

1. Transaction was denied by host

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009700

Response Type Mismatched (Reversal)

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009800

Response Type Mismatched (Day Close)

1. Transaction was denied by host

D009900

Response Type Mismatch (Config.)

1. Transaction was denied by host

Response

Type

Mismatch

D009A00

(Withdrawal/Balance/Transfer)

D009B00

STX missing

D009C00

ETX missing

D009D00

FS missing (next to Response Code)

D009E00

1. Transaction was denied by host


1. Check modem cable
2. Contact to host
1. Check modem cable
2. Contact to host
1. Check modem cable
2. Contact to host

FS missing(next to Retrieval Reference 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

Number)
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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

Error Code
D009F00

Cause

Handling

FS missing(next to System Trace Audit 1. Check modem cable


Number)

2. Contact to host

D00A000

FS missing (next to Account Balance)

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

D00A100

FS missing (next to Available Balance)

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

D00A200

FS missing (next to Surcharge Amount)

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

D00A300

FS

missing

(next

to

Response Text)

Authorization 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host
1. Check modem cable
2. Contact to host

D00A400

ETX position is not correct.

D00A500

FS missing (next to Total Cash Dispense 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host
Amount in the Day Close message)
FS missing (next to Total Non Cash

D00A600

Dispense Amount in the Day Close

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

message)
D00A700

FS missing (next to Total Surcharge 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host
Amount in the Day Close message)

D00A800

FS missing (next to Surcharge Amount in 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host
the Configuration message)

D00A900

ETX

missing

(in

the

message)

Configuration 1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host

D00AC00

MAC MISTCHED

Inconsistent with the message of Host

D00C100

Host MAC result error

Check the key mode and MAC value

D00C200

ATM MAC result error

Check the key mode and MAC value

D011100

REVERSAL DECLINED

D022200

PIN CHANGE DECLINED

D030000

No response from the modem controller


1. Check modem cable
within a specified time
2. Contact to host and phone company
after issuance.

D100000

No connection

D110000

ENQ was not received from the host.

D120000

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host
1. Check modem cable
2. Contact to host

1. Check modem cable


2. Contact to host and phone company
1. Contact to phone company
2. Contact to host

Transmission error : Failed to receive the


whole data within 5 seconds
1. Contact to phone company
after Inquireing the modem to send the 2. Contact to host
data.
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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

NAK has been sent three times or more.


Failed in receiving the data due to parity
D130000

or LRC error. Therefore, sent NAK to the

1. Contact to phone company


2. Contact to host

host and Inquireed to send the data again


three times or more.
D150000

1. Modem dial connection time-out (while


1. Try later
dialing the modem)
2. Contact to host and to phone company
2. No response from host for 60 seconds.
No carrier

D170X00

No carrier during data transmission after


the modem is connected.

D180000

No dial tone

D190000

No Answer

D200000

Dial(Line) busy

D210000

Response time-out (30 seconds) for


Modem Initialize command before
1. Check modem
the modem was connected.

D220000

EOT was not received from the host.

D320000

1. Dial connecting time-out (60Sec) or


dial connection error
1. Check phone line status
2. Host response message time-out 2. Contact to host
(60Sec).

POWERAB

UPS ABNORMAL

POWERAC

POWER OUT OR AC OFF

POWERBA

BATTERY LOW

(RBSLYNK)

1. Check modem
1. Check phone number
2. Contact to telephone company and host
1. Make a transaction later
2. Check ground phone line status

1. Check phone line status


2. Contact to host

1. Check UPS
1. Check AC power status and environment
2. Check UPS
1. Check AC power status and environment
2. Check UPS

Invalid Transaction/Amount.
Surcharge screen should have been
displayed.

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MoniMax 5100T

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting

13.8 Application Error Code (Middleware Program Associated)


Error Code

Cause

Handling

9799499

DISPENSER COUNT ERROR

9799901

DOOR CHECK

9799902

LIGHT ERROR

9799903

SPL ERROR

9799904

PIN ERROR

9799905

SENSOR CHECK

9799907

UPS ERROR

9799908

SCREEN ERROR

9799301

MCU RETRACT OVER

9799601

PBM RETRACT OVER

8217091

MCU EXIST

8216091

CASH EXIST

8218091

PBM EXIST

97911XX

DEV_JPR Timeover Error Code

97912XX

DEV_SPR Timeover Error Code

97913XX

DEV_MCU Timeover Error Code

97914XX

DEV_CDU Timeover Error Code

97915XX

DEV_BRM Timeover Error Code

97916XX

DEV_PBM Timeover Error Code

97918XX

DEV_PIN Timeover Error Code

9791AXX

DEV_FNG Timeover Error Code

9791BXX

DEV_VFD Timeover Error Code

97921XX

DEV_JPR FATALERROR (WARNING)

97922XX

DEV_SPR FATALERROR (WARNING)

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MoniMax 5100T
Error Code

13. Error Code and Troubleshooting


Cause

Handling

97923XX

DEV_MCU FATALERROR (WARNING)

97924XX

DEV_CDU FATALERROR (WARNING)

97925XX

DEV_BRM FATALERROR (WARNING)

97926XX

DEV_PBM FATALERROR (WARNING)

97928XX

DEV_PIN FATALERROR (WARNING)

9792AXX

DEV_FNG FATALERROR (WARNING)

9792BXX

DEV_VFD FATALERROR (WARNING)

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