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SERVICE NOTES

Structure & Spare Parts

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1

Electrical Section

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2

Replacement of Main Parts

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3

Adjustment

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4

Supplemental Information

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5

Troubleshooting

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6

Service Activities

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7

Contents
1 Structure & Spare Parts
1-1 COVERS
1-2 FRAME
1-3 DRIVE UNIT
1-4 HEAD CARRIAGE
1-5 BASE FRAME
1-6 CHASSIS
1-7 PINCH ROLL
1-8 STAY ROLL
1-9 TOOL CARRIAGE
1-10 WIPER SYSTEM
1-11 PUMP SYSTEM
1-12 INK SYSTEM
1-13 ACCESSORIES & STAND

4 Adjustment
1-1
1-2
1-4
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15

4-1 SPECIAL TOOLS


4-2 SERVICE MODE
4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE
4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT
4-5 LMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE
4-6 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP
4-7 CROP MARK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
4-8 TOOL/CROP MARK SENSOR POSITION ADJUSTMENT
4-9 PRINT/CUT POSITION ADJUSTMENT
4-10 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION)
4-11 TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
4-12 TOOL PREASSURE ADJUSTMENT
4-13 CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT
4-14 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT

4-1
4-2
4-16
4-19
4-28
4-32
4-34
4-36
4-39
4-41
4-43
4-46
4-50
4-53

2 Electrical Section
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6

WIRING MAP
MAIN BOARD
SERVO BOARD
HEATER BOARD
SUB BOARD
MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST

2-1
2-2
2-8
2-14
2-17
2-21

3 Replacement of Main Parts


3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT
3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT
3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT
3-4 TOOL CARRIAGE REPLACEMENT
3-5 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT
3-6 PUMP REPLACEMENT
3-7 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT
3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT
3-9 CARRIAGE WIRE REPLACEMENT
3-10 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT
3-11 PINCH ROLELR REPLACEMENT
3-12 CUTTER PROTECTION REPLACEMENT
3-13 SW POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT

3-2
3-8
3-10
3-15
3-19
3-24
3-28
3-33
3-35
3-40
3-43
3-44
3-45

5 Supplemental Information
5-1 SENSOR MAP

5-1

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 INK DROPS ON MEDIA / WHITE FINE LINE / BANDING /

6-1

MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING / BLURRED PRINTING

6-2 DOES NOT PRINT AT ALL


6-3 SHIFTING IN PRINTING
6-4 VERTICAL BANDING
6-5 PRINT DOES NOT MATCH WITH CUT
6-6 STITCH CUT
6-7 START AND END POINTS DO NOT MATCH
6-8 DISTORTED FIGURE
6-9 MEDIA SHIFTING
6-10 MOTOR ERROR
6-11 HEATER TEMPERATURE FAILS
TO REACH THE PRESET VALUE
6-12 DOESN'T CONTROL THE THEMPERATURE
6-13 ERROR MESSAGE
6-14 SERVICE CALL

6-2
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-7
6-8
6-9
6-9
6-10
6-10

7 Service Activities
7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
7-2 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
7-3 Specification

7-1
7-14
7-16

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1 Structure & Spare Parts


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PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts Name

SP- SP300 300V

Parts No.

Parts Name

22095146 -00 APRON,F AL SP-300

25

22095144 -00 APRON,F UNDER SP-300

26

22055600 -00 PLATE,FRONT COVER SP-300

22805501 -00 ASS'Y,FRONT COVER SP-300

27

22055356 -00 PLATE,F COVER CM-500

23415133 -00 ASS'Y,THERMISTOR CABLE SP-300

28

15099124 -00 SENSOR,US-602SXTLAS 65OFF 50ON

23415112 -00 ASS'Y,THERMOSTAT CABLE SP-300

29

22155958 -00 SHAFT,COVER F FJ-540

22045135 -00 COVER,INK SYSTEM SP-300

30

21475150 -00 SHEET,HEATER RUBBER SP-300

22045114 -01 COVER,MAINTENANCE INKHEAD SP-300

31

21475155 -00 SHEET,PANEL SP-300

22045118 -00 COVER,INK CARTRIDGE SP-300

32

22715354 -00 STAY,HEATER HOLDER F SP-300

33

22715355 -00 STAY,PANEL SP-300

34

21425110 -00 WASHER,COVER FJ-50

8
9

22045371 -00 COVER,INK CARTRIDGE SP-540V


22045116 -00 COVER,RAIL F SP-300

*
*

22045388 -00 COVER,RAIL F SP-300V

10

22045134 -00 COVER,SIDE L SP-300

11

22045117 -00 COVER,TOP SP-300

12

12239406 -00 CUSHION,TM-96-6

22195119 -00 FRAME,COVER F SP-300

13

*1

W840605010 -00 PANEL BOARD SP-300

22195160 -00 FRAME,COVER F SP-300V

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.

Parts Name

S1

31329601 -00 CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S

14

21655261 -00 HOLDER,COVER F SP-300

S2

31289112 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*10 NI

15

21645106 -00 HOOK,INT SW FJ-540

S3

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

16

22495211 -00 KEYTOP,DS-LD1H BLK

S4

31289111 -00 CUPSCREW, M4*6 NI

17

22495210 -00 KEYTOP,DS-LX1H BLK

S5

31279106 -00 LABEL,CAUTION HOT SURF NO.778

18

22535287 -00 LABEL,CAUTION CARRIAGE #LA266

S6

31149703 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-4 UNI-C

19

22535443 -00 LABEL,MEDIA CLAMP SP-300

S7

31019148 -00 SCREW,BINDING M2.6*4 C

20

22535390 -00 LABEL,EMERGENCY STOP #LA496

S8

31049169 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8

21

22535460 -00 LABEL,ENERGY STAR COLOR #LA668

S9

31089110 -00 SCREW,PAN M3*4 C+PW

22

22535453 -00 LABEL,VERSACAMM SP-300 #LA649

S10

31139103 -00 SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 WH FE

23

22535452 -00 LABEL,VOLTAGE SW SP-300 #LA648

S11

31019116 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*6 BC

24

22535330 -00 LABEL,WARNING SOL INK #LA396

S12

31329501 -00 CLAMP SET,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5

* 1 Serial Number SP-300V :ZS80350 and above


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1-2 FRAME
PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.
1
2
3

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

21905185 -00 ADAPTER,MEDIA CLAMP SP-300

SP- SP300 300V

22845103 -00 BASE,BOTTOM SP-300

Parts Name

S1

31029101 -00 BUSH,NB-19

S2

31029106 -00 BUSH,SQUARE SB-6025

S3

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

S4

31289111 -00 CUPSCREW, M4*6 NI

S5

31119904 -00 PIN,SPRING 2.5*8 SUS STRAIGHT

21905192 -00 ADAPTER,CLAMP MEDIA SP-540V


7520501000 -00 ASS'Y,CAP BOTTLE 2 FJ-52

Parts No.

22845211 -00 BASE,BOTTOM SP-300V

*1

22845104 -00 BASE,RAIL SP-300

S6

31149706 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-10 SUS

21985126 -00 BRACKET,INK CATCH TANK FJ-52

S7

31149705 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-7 SUS

12159573 -00 BUSH,80F-0603

S8

31409801 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z

12159563 -00 BUSH,80F-1006

S9

31019149 -00 SCREW,BINDING M2.3*8 BC

12159508 -00 BUSH,SHAFT OILES 80F-1206

S10

31019116 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*6 BC

23415129 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,FAN SP-300

S11

31049142 -00 SCREW,CAP M3*6 BC MEC

10

23415113 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,FRONT COVER SW SP-300

S12

31049117 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.8

11

23415114 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,MNT. COVER SW SP-300

S13

31049137 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*25 BC

12

23415126 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,LOADING SENSOR SP-300

S14

31049169 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8

13

21745109 -00 COLLAR,LEVER FJ-540

S15

31089110 -00 SCREW,PAN M3*4 C+PW

14

22045186 -00 COVER,INK SYSTEM SW SP-300

S16

31239125 -00 SCREW,W-SEMS M3*8 SUS

15

22025980 -00 COVER,INT SW FJ-540

S17

31369102 -00 SPACER,PCB SUPPORT PCB-8S

22045119 -00 COVER,SCAN MOTOR SP-300

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22045372 -00 COVER,SCAN MOTOR SP-540V


22045120 -00 COVER,UNDER L SP-300

22045374 -00 COVER,UNDER L SP-540V


22045121 -00 COVER,UNDER R SP-300

22045375 -00 COVER,UNDER R SP-540V


22195106 -00 FRAME,MIDDLE L SP-300

22195145 -00 FRAME,MIDDLE L SP-540V

20

22195102 -00 FRAME,MIDDLE R SP-300

21

22195105 -00 FRAME,SCAN MOTOR SP-300

22195104 -00 FRAME,SIDE L SP-300

22195103 -00 FRAME,SIDE R SP-300

22305101 -00 GUIDE,LEVER SP-300

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22195161 -00 FRAME,SIDE L SP-300V

W84060532 -00 HEATER POWER BOARD SP-300


W840605020 -00 JUNCTION BOARD 1 SP-300

27

22485104 -00 KNOB FJ-50

28

31279224 -00 LABEL,ETL/C-ETL NO.E-572

29

22535444 -00 LABEL,READ MANUAL #LA637

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22535441 -00 LABEL,SET INK SP-300 #LA634

31

22535123 -00 LABEL,STANDARD(131) NO.910

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22535442 -00 LABEL,USE ONLY ECO-SOL #LA635

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22535330 -00 LABEL,WARNING SOL INK #LA396

34

22485108 -00 LEVER,CAM PINCH SP-300

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12399102 -00 MAGNET CATCH TL-105

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22155763 -00 OILES BUSH 80F-0806

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22175105 -00 PINCH ROLL SPRING

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W840605080 -00 PINCH U/D SENS BOARD SP-300

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22055474 -00 PLATE,INK CATCH TANK FJ-52

40

22055589 -00 PLATE,LEVER LINK SP-300

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22055598 -00 PLATE,SQUARE SHAFT SUPPORT SP-300

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22145393 -00 SHAFT,JOINT PNC-960

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22295270 -00 SHAFT,SQUARE SP-300

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22035196 -00 STAND,LEVER SP-300

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22715347 -00 STAY,FRAME SIDE R SP-300

22715349 -00 STAY,HEATER BOARD SP-300

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22715467 -00 STAY,HEATER BOARD SP-540V

47

22715351 -00 STAY,LEVER ADJUSTOR SP-300

48

22715350 -00 STAY,PINCH LEVER SP-300

49

22715348 -00 STAY,INK CARTRIDG SUPPORT SP-300

50

22785101 -00 SUPPORT,FRAME R SP-300

51

23415110 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,VOLT SELECTOR SP-300

1-3

*2
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*1

*4

Serial Number * 1 SP-300V : ZS80350 and above


* 2 SP-300V : ZS80570 and above
* 3 SP-300V : ZS80384 and above
* 4 SP-300V : ZS80231 and above

1-3 DRIVE UNIT

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

SP- SP300 300V

Parts No.

Parts Name

22805497 -00 ASS'Y, FEED MOTOR SP-300

S1

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

22805498 -00 ASS'Y, SCAN MOTOR SP-300

S2

31129102 -00 PIPE,POLYCA 4*8*10

11869103 -00 BALL,4MM

S3

31299102 -00 RIVET,NYLON P2655B

22845111 -00 BASE,SCAN MOTOR SP-300

S4

31409801 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z

23415123 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,CUT CAR.ORG. SP-300

S5

31019149 -00 SCREW,BINDING M2.3*8 BC

23415124 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,GRIT MOTOR SP-300

S6

31019703 -00 SCREW,BINDING P-TIGHT 3*8 BC

23415127 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,PRI. CAR. ORG. SP-300

S7

31049107 -00 SCREW,CAP M3*12 BC

23415125 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,SCAN MOTOR SP-300

S8

31049170 -00 SCREW,CAP M3*8 NI

21365103 -00 CASE,LOCK CJ-70

S9

31049117 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.8

10

22045130 -00 COVER,CAP MOTOR SP-300

S10

31049174 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*15 NI

11

12049138 -00 COVER,TKPO180-2B R50-44

S11

31049137 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*25 BC

12

W840605070 -00 CUT ORIGIN BOARD SP-300

S12

31069104 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL C

13

21995122 -00 FLANGE,MOTOR FJ-540

S13

31049169 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8

14

21995118 -00 FLANGE,MOTOR SCAN CX-500

S14

31089110 -00 SCREW,PAN M3*4 C+PW

15

W8406050C0 -00 FLEX1 SP-300

S15

31199701 -00 SCREW,SET WP M3*3 C

16

W8406050D0 -00 FLEX2 SP-300

S16

31239103 -00 SCREW,W-SEMS M3*8 BC+PW12*1

S17

31249217 -00 WASHER,PLAIN 4*8*1 C

S18

31149704 -00 RING,E ETW-6 SUS

17

22195107 -00 FRAME,FEED MOTOR SP-300


22195144 -00 FRAME,FEED MOTOR SP-540V

18

22195108 -01 FRAME,SUPPORT AUTO CUTTER SP-300

19

22195118 -00 FRAME,RAIL SUPPORT SP-300

20

21685149 -00 GEAR,H235S20(B8)T2

21

21685128 -00 GEAR,H300 S10(B6C16POM)

22

22305102 -00 GUIDE,CUT CARRIAGE CABLE SP-300

23

22305103 -00 GUIDE,CABLE CARD SP-300

24

22135559 -00 GUIDE,TUBE 8 FJ-500

25

21655262 -00 HOLDER,CABLE SP-300

26

21655131 -00 HOLDER,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70

27

22115121 -00 HOUSING,R-BEARING FRAME FJ-540

28

22535388 -00 LABEL,G-ROLLER 170 CJ-540 #LA487

29

22535387 -00 LABEL,G-ROLLER 50 CJ-540 #LA486

30

21895157 -00 L-BEARING,SSR15XW3UE+1500L

31

21345110 -00 LOCK,STAY SP-300

32

22055316 -00 PLATE,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70

33

22055591 -00 PLATE,TUBE GUIDE SP-300

34

21975157 -00 PULLEY,HD48.46S16(B35C39.5 F53)

35

21975154 -00 PULLEY,UD49.2S4(B4.6C6.6)

36

22645116 -00 RAIL,GUIDE SP-300

37

22645117 -00 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE SP-300

38

22175870 -00 BEARING 10-19ZZ

39

15229506 -00 SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5

40

22295117 -00 SHAFT,LOCK CJ-70

41

22155963 -00 SHAFT,PULLEY FJ-540

42

21475149 -00 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE SP-300

43

21475141 -00 SHEET,RAIL CABLE FJ-540

44

22185101 -00 SLIDER,LOCK CJ-70

45

22175134 -00 SPRING,A CJ-70

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22175122 -00 SPRING,BACKUP PNC-960

47

22175157 -00 SPRING,C P-ROLLER CM-500

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22035172 -00 STAND,PULLEY SP-300

49

22715357 -00 STAY,COVER FLEX CABLE SP-300

50

22715361 -00 STAY,GUIDE RAIL LB SP-300

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22715379 -00 STAY,GUIDE RAIL LF SP-300

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22715363 -00 STAY,PULLEY SHAFT SP-300

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22715356 -00 STAY,GUIDE RAIL SUPPORT SP-300

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22135346 -00 STOPPER,CAM CM-500

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22135441 -00 STOPPER,LINEAR SCALE FJ-540

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22785102 -00 SUPPORT,CABLE SP-300

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21945145 -00 WIRE,SCAN DRIVE SP-300

58

23415114 -00 CABLE-ASS'Y,MAINT-COVER SW SP-300

59

22805471 -00 ASS'Y,PULLEY HD48.46S16 FJ-540

1-5

*1

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PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.

Parts Name

Parts Name

21905166 -00 ADAPTER,HEAD FJ-540

S1

31379101 -00 CLAMP,FLAT CABLE FCS-50P

11909133 -00 ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50

S2

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

22805470 -00 ASS'Y,HEAD INKJET SOL SJ-540

S3

31289111 -00 CUPSCREW, M4*6 NI

22845105 -00 BASE,CARRIAGE AL SP-300

S4

31299102 -00 RIVET,NYLON P2655B

22845110 -00 BASE,CARRIAGE HOLDER SP-300

S5

31409801 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z

23475214 -00 CABLE-CARD,21P1 180L BB

S6

31019148 -00 SCREW,BINDING M2.6*4 C

23475213 -00 CABLE-CARD,36P1 2000L BB

S7

31049169 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8

22045140 -00 COVER,HEAD BOARD SP-300

S8

31679902 -00 SCREW,C-SEMS,2*8 C

22045139 -00 COVER,PRINTING CARRIAGE SP-300

S9

31089121 -00 SCREW,PAN M2.3*8 NI +PW2*6*0.4

10

12049138 -00 COVER,TKPO180-2B R50-44

S10

31199905 -00 SCREW,SET CP M3*16 BC

11

7811801000 -00 ASS'Y,INK DAMPER BK 2FAI SJ-540

S11

31179908 -00 SCREW,UREA M3*20 N-1 WH

12

22195111 -00 FRAME,CARRIAGE SIDE L SP-300

S12

31239103 -00 SCREW,W-SEMS M3*8 BC+PW12*1

13

22195101 -00 FRAME,CARRIAGE SIDE R SP-300

S13

31069104 -00 SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL C

14

22135618 -00 GUIDE,CARRIAGE CAP FJ-540

15

22135440 -00 GUIDE,HEAD AL FJ-540

16

21655262 -00 HOLDER,CABLE SP-300

17

11659149 -00 HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50

18

21345105 -00 LOCK,CJ-500

19

22395108 -00 MAGNET,CJ-500

20

22055592 -00 PLATE,DAMPER SP-300

21

22055547 -00 PLATE,GND FJ-540

22

W8406050F0 -00 PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD SP-300

23

W840605050 -00 PRINT LINEAR ENCORDER BOARD SP-300

24

22175520 -00 SPRING,HEAD ADJUST 500 FJ-540

25

22175519 -00 SPRING,HEAD PLESS 500 FJ-540

26

22715358 -00 STAY,ENCORDER SENSOR SP-300

27

22715362 -00 STAY,HOLDER CARRAIGEBOARD SP-300

28

22785103 -00 SUPPORT,CARRIAGE BORAD SP-300

29

22805499 -00 ASS'Y,TUBING 2*2000MM SP-300

30

12399352 -00 FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.5

1-6

1-5 BASE FRAME

S12

S4

14

2
S2/S18

*3

S2/S18

13

7
S4
S12

11

S5

S17

S15

5
S12

S13

17
21

S9

*3

27

S16

S2/S18

S13

20
3

S16

12

S15

19

S16

S4

19

4
S15

19
S16

S15

19

S4

S3

22

S11

S15
15

16

18
6

28

S11

S11

S3

18

6
S11

S7

28

25

S10

S8
S12
S17 S5

S14

S1

S12
S5
S17

S8

24

23

26

15

S13

S10

S1

S7

S2

S7

24

S6

S6

S7
S12

S12

10

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

22805502
22095145
22115106
22175870
22005139
23415118
23415133
23415112
22165165
21715110
22195109
22195147
22195110
22535452
21545157
22055599
22055590
22055708
15099124
15099115
22075129
22295271
21475150
21625102
21625106
22125432
21625103
22165218
22165229
22165217
22165230
22715353
22715352

-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

ASS'Y, GRIT ROLLER SP-300


APRON,B SP-300
BEARING HOUSING A 211-106
BEARING 10-19ZZ
BED,SP-300
CABLE ASS'Y,PAPER SENSOR SP-300
CABLE-ASS'Y,THERMISTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASS'Y,THERMOSTAT SP-300
COLLAR
FAN SCBD24H7-016
FRAME,SIDE BED L SP-300
FRAME,SIDE BED L SP-540V
FRAME,SIDE BED R SP-300
LABEL,VOLTAGE SW SP-300 #LA648
PAD,CUTTER SP-300
PLATE,SHUTTER END SP-300
PLATE,SHUTTER SP-300
PLATE,SHUTTER SP-300V
SENSOR,US-602SXTLAS 65OFF 50ON
SENSOR-INTERRUPTER GP2A25NJ
SET,G,ROLLER,FD28.015S10 SP-300
SHAFT,FEED SP-300
SHEET,HEATER RUBBER SP-300
SHUTTER,BED SP-300
SHUTTER,BED SP-540V
SHUTTER,FAN FJ-540
SHUTTER,HEATER CORD SP-300
SPACER,BED LOWER SP-300
SPACER,BED LOWER SP-540V
SPACER,BED UPPER SP-300
SPACER,BED UPPER SP-540V
STAY,HEATER HOLDER B SP-300
STAY,PAPER SENSOR SP-300

SP- SP300 300V

*
*

*
*

*
*

Parts No.

*1

*1

S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18

31029101
31329601
31289112
31289102
31109802
31129102
31299102
31409801
31019148
31019703
31049170
31049137
31049169
31049117
31089110
31199704
31179106
31329501

-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00

Parts Name
BUSH,NB-19
CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S
CUPSCREW, M3*10 NI
CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI
NUT,HEXAGON M4C
PIPE,POLYCA 4*8*10
RIVET,NYLON P2655B
SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z
SCREW,BINDING M2.6*4 C
SCREW,BINDING P-TIGHT 3*8 BC
SCREW,CAP M3*8 NI
SCREW,CAP M4*25 BC
SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8
SCREW,CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.8
SCREW,PAN M3*4 C+PW
SCREW,SET WP M3*8 BC
SCREW,JACK UP SP-540V
CLAMP,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5

SP- SP300 300V

* 1 Serial Number SP-300V : ZS80350 and above


* 2 Serial Number SP-300V : ZS80390 and above

*2

*1
*1

1-7

* 3 SP-300V Serial Number: ZS80100 and above


31329501-00 CLAMP,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5
SP-300
31329601-00 CLAMP,INSULOK T18S
* 4 SP-300V Serial Number : ZS80350 and above
31179106-00 SCREW,JACK UP SP-540V
SP-300,SP-300V Serial Number : ZS80349 and below
31109802-00 NUT,HEXAGON M4C
g
31089110-00 SCREW,PAN 3*4 C+PW

*
*

*3

*4

*4
*4
*3

1-6 CHASSIS
18
S3

S2

S13

S2
S2
S3
S13
S6
25 S6

S11
26 5
28
24 3

17
23

S1 S11

S4

13
11

S10

S11

S7

S4
S8

29

S9

S14

31
10
S15

6 30
27 S6

22

21

19

7
1

14

S6

S5

12
15

8 S6

20

16
S5

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

Parts No.
S1

Parts Name

15009101 -00 BATTERY CR2032

31029101 -00 BUSH,NB-19

23505631 -00 CABLE-ASSY AC LIVE BROWN PC-600

S2

31029106 -00 BUSH,SQUARE SB-6025

23505632 -00 CABLE-ASSY AC NEUTRAL BLUE PC-600

S3

31379101 -00 CLAMP,FLAT CABLE FCS-50P

23415268 -00 CABLE-ASSY AC GROUND GREEN SP-540

S4

31329601 -00 CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S

23415116 -00 CABLE-ASSY AC POWER SP-300

S5

31289105 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 BC

23415131 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,JUNBI E SP-300

S6

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

23415130 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,POWER H AC SP-300

S7

31289111 -00 CUPSCREW, M4*6 NI

23415111 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,POWER H DC SP-300

S8

31279116 -00 LABEL,EARTH MARK-1 NO.E-580

23415117 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,POWER MAIN SP-300

S9

31279121 -00 LABEL,FLASH-LIGHTING NO.E-582

10

23415115 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,POWER SERVO SP-300

S10

31279191 -00 LABEL,WARNING FUSE REPLACE #347

11

23415109 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,RELAY JUNCTION SP-300

S11

31409801 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z

12

23415132 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,THERMO JUNC. SP-300

S12

31019116 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*6 BC

13

23475197 -00 CABLE-CARD 25P1 105L BB

S14

31169103 -00 SCREW,FLAT M3*6 BC

14

23475211 -00 CABLE-CARD,14P1 350L BB

S15

31369101 -00 SPACER,PCB SUPPORT PCB-8L

15

23475217 -00 CABLE-CARD,18P1 80L BB

16

23475212 -00 CABLE-CARD,24P1 600L BB

17

23475112 -00 CABLE-CARD,26P1 700L BB

18

22815149 -00 CHASSIS,SP-300

19

11769118 -00 CLAMP,FCM2-S6-14

20

22045234 -00 COVER,CHASSIS TYPE 2 SP-300

21

12399352 -00 FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.5

22
23

12559105 -00 FUSE,5X20 21706.3 6.3A/250V


W840605310 -00 HEATER CONTROL BOARD SP-300

24

13429702 -00 INLET AC-P01CF01 15A250V

25

22535257 -00 LABEL,CAUTION VOLTAGE #LA167

26

22535117 -00 LABEL,POWER CM-500 NO.893

27

W840605330 -00 POWER JUNCTION BOARD SP-300

28
29

13129170 -00 POWER SW AJ7201B


12429114 -00 POWER UNIT,ZWS150PAF-36/J

30

7840605500 -00 SP-300 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y

31

7840605600 -00 SP-300 SERVO BOARD

1-8

1-7 PINCH ROLLER

S2

11

9
2
10
7

1
3

S1
4

6
12

S3
8

S1

5
S3

PARTS LIST -Main Parts-

PARTS LIST -Supplemental Parts-

Parts No.

Parts No.

Parts Name

Parts Name

22805500 -00 ASS'Y, PINCH ROLLER L/R SP-300

S1

31149702 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-3 UNI-C

21745101 -00 COLLAR,P-ROLLER PNC-960

S2

31229102 -00 SCREW,TRUSS M2*5 BC

22115782 -00 FRAME,PINCH ROLL CX-24

S3

31249211 -00 WASHER,PLAIN 4.3*7*0.5 C

22145416 -00 LEVER,P-ROLLER PNC-960

22145831 -00 PIN NO.1 (214-831)

22145832 -00 PIN NO.2

22055264 -00 PLATE,GUIDE P PNC-960

21565102 -00 P-ROLLER TD16S4(B10) TYPE2

214-832

22625101 -00 SPRING,PINCH LEFT SP-300

10

22625102 -00 SPRING,PINCH RIGHT SP-300

11

22715377 -00 STAY,PINCH SENSOR SP-300

12

11539104 -00 PIN 3*35 SUS M6

1-9

1-8 STAY ROLL

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

Parts Name

22145200 -00 ARM,SP-300

21815106 -00 BOLT,SHOULDER PNS-501

22485107 -00 LEVER,BRAKE SP-300

21545139 -00 PAD,BRAKE PNS-501

22295269 -00 SHAFT,SHEET SP-300

22245108 -00 STOPPER,SHAFT SP-300

1-10

1-9 TOOL CARRIAGE


S5

S8

S13
S5

21

S4
S9

S7
13

10

S11
9

S4

19

S3
20
14

11
1
15

18

S14

S4

16

S7
S10

S4

S1
5

2
12
17

S2

S6

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

S12

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

Parts Name

Parts No.

22805571 -00

ASS'Y, CARRIAGE SP-300

22805292 -00

ASS'Y, CLAMP BLADE CM-500

S2

31029803 -00

BUSH,ROLL 3*5

22805291 -00

ASS'Y, HOLDER BLADE CM-500

S3

31329601 -00

CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S

22805287 -00

7488739000 -00

6
7
8

S1

31029801 -00

BUSH,ROLL 2*4

ASS'Y, PLATE CAM SLIDE CM-500

S4

31289102 -00

CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

BASE CUTTER CJ-500

S5

31299102 -00

RIVET,NYLON P2655B

23415119 -00

CABLE ASS'Y,PINCH SENSOR SP-300

S6

31019118 -00

SCREW,BINDING M3*10 BC

22045137 -00

COVER,CARRIAGE BOARD SP-300

S7

31019116 -00

SCREW,BINDING M3*6 BC

22025269 -00

COVER,CARRIAGE CM-500

S8

31049117 -00

SCREW,CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.8

W840605060 -00

CROP MARK BOARD SP-300

S9

31049169 -00

SCREW,CAP M4*8 BC+PW4*10*0.8

10

W8406050E0 -00

CUT CARRIAGE BOARD SP-300

S10

31169103 -00

SCREW,FLAT M3*6 BC

11

22285503 -00

NUT,PENHOLDER

S11

31089110 -00

SCREW,PAN M3*4 C+PW

12

21495115 -00

SCREW,BLADE SET CM-500

S12

31229103 -00

SCREW,TRUSS M2*6 BC

13

15099115 -00

SENSOR-INTERRUPTER GP2A25NJ

S13

31249402 -00

WASHER,EXTERNAL TOOTH M4 C

14

21475148 -00

SHEET,FILTER CROP CJ-500

S14

31019112 -00

SCREW,BINDING M2.6*4 BC

15

22175122 -00

SPRING,BACKUP PNC-960

16

22175154 -00

SPRING,BLADE UP CM-500

17

22175155 -00

SPRING,SCREW CM-500

18

22715168 -00

STAY,AUTO CUTTER 2 CM-500

19

22715360 -00

STAY,CUT CARRIAGE BOARD SP-300

20

22715359 -00

STAY,CUT CARRIAGE HOLDER SP-300

21

23475207 -00

CABLE-CARD, 15P1 1900L BB

1-11

1-10 WIPER SYSTEM


S5

6
15

30

31

S6

3
S1

16

S5

12

11
32

20
S1

S5

S1

27

10

26

14

19

S4

17

3
S1

13
24

23

S3
S6

28

S2

18

22

11

S1

21
25

29

S1

S6

S7

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

SP- SP300 300V

Parts No.

Parts Name

22845107 -00 BASE,WIPER MOTOR SP-300

S1

31289108 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*8 NI

11929139 -00 BELT,520P2M4-530

S2

31049107 -00 SCREW,CAP M3*12 BC

12159536 -00 BUSH,B-S6-17

S3

31149703 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-4 UNI-C

23415128 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,WIPER SENOR SP-300

S4

31199701 -00 SCREW,SET WP M3*3 C

23415120 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,WIPER MOTOR SP-300

S5

31239101 -00 SCREW,W-SEMS M3*6 BC

22045141 -00 COVER,SCRAPER SP-300

S6

31249952 -00 WASHER,POLYSLIDER 2.6*5*.5 CUT

22045129 -00 COVER,SERGE MIST SP-300

S7

31139101 -00 SCREW,PLAPOINT M3*6 BK FE

22045128 -00 COVER,WIPER SP-300

22275119 -00 FILTER(M),SERGE MIST SP-300

10

22275120 -00 FILTER(M),SERGE MIST UNDER SP-300

11

21995104 -00 FLANGE,PULLEY STX-7

12

22195113 -00 FRAME,WIPER B SP-300

13

22195112 -00 FRAME,WIPER F SP-300

14

21685144 -00 GEAR,S53S5(B15)

15

21655263 -00 HOLDER,SCRAPER SP-300

16

21655245 -00 HOLDER,WIPER FJ-540

17

22435106 -00 MOTOR,103-593-1041

18

21545195 -00 PAD,WIPER UNDER TYPE2 SP-300

19

22055601 -00 PLATE,SERGE MIST SP-300

20

21975124 -00 PULLEY,T14P2S4 + GEAR,S53

21

21975123 -00 PULLEY,WD6.94S9

22

22645114 -00 RAIL,WIPER GUIDE SP-300

23

22645115 -00 RAIL,WIPER R SP-300

24

15229506 -00 SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5

25

22295132 -00 SHAFT,IDLE PULLEY STX-7

26

22295267 -00 SHAFT,WIPER SP-300

27

22625105 -00 SPRING,SET SERGE MIST SP-300

28

22175140 -00 SPRING,TENSHONER STX-7

21445109 -00 TRAY,WIPER UNDER SP-300

29

21445116 -00 TRAY,WIPER UNDER SP-300V

30

11379105 -00 WIPER,HEAD ASP FJ-50

31

21375107 -00 WIPER,SCRAPER FJ-540

1-12

* 1 Serial Number SP-300V : ZS80196 and above

1-11 PUMP SYSTEM


22
11
36

1
19

34

15

S9
41

10

S2
S2

S2

18

3
30

S1
S6

S8

12

28

37

31

S2

S2

19
23

S13
5

24
35

S2
S2

S2
29
14

S4

18

27
38

38

S8
S4

7
S2

S15

32

39

20

15
5

28

S2

21

S5

S2

22

S10

13
40

S2
17 25

16

33
S4

2
S2
S12
S7

S1

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

S14
S2

29
42

S13
S2

S2

26

S2

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

Parts Name
31

Parts Name

12809448 -00 ASS'Y,CAP-TOP FJ-540

22295268 -00 SHAFT,TABLE GUIDE SP-300

22845109 -00 BASE,BOTTOM CAP SP-300

32

22155957 -00 SHAFT,SCREW M8 FJ-540

22845108 -00 BASE,TABLE MOTOR CAP SP-300

33

22165178 -00 SPACER,6FAI FJ-50

21925137 -00 BELT,166P2M4-530

34

22175334 -00 SPRING,CAP-HEAD FJ-540

12529101 -00 BUSH,80FL-08

35

22175326 -00 SPRING,TABLE FJ-540

23415121 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,CAP MOTOR SP-300

36

22175324 -00 SPRING,T-MOTOR FJ-540

23415122 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,PUMP MOTOR SP-300

37

22715364 -00 STAY,NUT SP-300

22335146 -00 CAP,T-SPRING FJ-540

38

22245104 -00 STOPPER,GUIDE SHAFT SP-300

10

21365121 -00 CASE,CAP-TOP FJ-540

39

11

22025671 -00 COVER,CAP-CASE FJ-540

40

7576340000 -03 SC-500 PUMP ASS'Y FOR SOL INK

12

22195152 -00 FRAME,BACKUP CAP TYPE2 SP-300

41

22805477 -00 ASS'Y,TUBING 1.4*30MM FJ-540

13

22195116 -00 FRAME,FRONT CAP SP-300

42

22805572 -00 ASS'Y, TUBING 2*80MM SP-540V

14

22195114 -00 FRAME,MAIN CAP SP-300

21965137 -00 TABLE,CAP CASE SP-300

PARTS LIST -Supplemental Parts-

15

22195115 -00 FRAME,SIDE CAP SP-300

16

21685122 -00 GEAR,S10S20

17

21685120 -00 GEAR,S34S4.3

S1

31049171 -00 SCREW, CAP M3*12 NI

18

22135616 -00 GUIDE,CAP-CASE FJ-540

S2

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

19

22135614 -00 GUIDE,SIDE FRAME FJ-540

S3

31289108 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*8 NI

20

21655264 -00 HOLDER,T-SPRING SP-300

S4

31109601 -00 NUT,SQUARE M3 FE CC

21

21645109 -00 HOOK,CAP CASE TYPE2 SP-300

S5

31149703 -00 RING,E-RING ETW-4 UNI-C

22

22435106 -00 MOTOR,103-593-1041

S6

31409702 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING EDGE LES-1010

23

21575126 -00 NUT,TABLE FJ-540

S7

31409801 -00 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z

24

22055602 -00 PLATE,NUT SP-300

S8

31019116 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*6 BC

25

22055596 -00 PLATE,PUMP MOTOR CAP SP-300

S9

31019115 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*4 BC

26

22055597 -00 PLATE,SHUTTER TABLE SP-300

S10

31199701 -00 SCREW,SET WP M3*3 C

27

22055595 -00 PLATE,TABLE MOTOR CAP SP-300

S12

31329601 -00 CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S

28

22565406 -00 PULLEY T20S5(B7)

S13

31289110 -00 CUPSCREW,4*8 BC

29

11889107 -00 R-BEARING,D10S6(B3FL)

S14

31329501 -00 CLAMP,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5

30

15229506 -00 SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5

S15

Parts No.

1-13

31029105 -00

Parts Name

BUSH,NB-8

1-12 INK SYSTEM


S5
10

3
8
S2

S1

S4

S2

12
1

4
S5
6

S4

5
9

13
5
S2

S2

11
S3

7
11
S3

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts Name

Parts No.

11909133 -00 ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50

22845106 -00 BASE,INK CARTRIDGE SP-300

S2

31289102 -00 CUPSCREW, M3*6 NI

23415134 -00 CABLE ASS'Y,INK JUNCTION SP-300

S3

31289111 -00 CUPSCREW, M4*6 NI

11659218 -00 HOLDER,I/C SC-500

S4

31019120 -00 SCREW,BINDING M3*15 BC

11659149 -00 HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50

S5

31019803 -00 SCREW,BINDING S-TIGHT M3*6 BC

W8406050B0 -00 INK JUNCTION BOARD SP-300

W8406050A0 -00 JUNCTION BOARD 2 SP-300

S1

Parts Name

22055594 -00 PLATE,INK CARTRIDGE HOLDER SP-300

22055435 -00 PLATE,INK FJ-500

10

22055593 -00 PLATE,INK JOINT SP-300

11

21475153 -00 SHEET,INK CARTRIDGE SP-300

12

22625103 -00 SPRING,PRESS CARTRIDGE SP-300

13

23475216 -00 CABLE CARD,40P1 1400L BB SP-300

1-14

31329601 -00 CLAMP,INSULOK T-18S

1-13 ACCESSORY & STAND


S4

44

33

12

12

28

30

16
S5

54

41
40

16

40

18

11

45

12

39

18

10

32

46

43

S5

S1

12

29

27
37

S5

S5

45
42

46
43

31

20

52

48
53

240VE

117V

230V

240V

13
2

51

49
S2

21
50

14
22

41

38

23

17

S3

26

55
36

Parts No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

24

25
26
27

13499111
13499109
23495117
23495124
23495125
13499209
22805503
22805573
22805504
22805574
22805505
22805575
22805506
22805576
22805507
22845112
21845104
11849102
12339128
11369115
12329504
ST-037
21995112
22565614
22535144
22535330
26015442
26015506
26015511
26015441
26015505
26015510
26015452
26015508
26015451
26015507
22155133
22055623
22055691

-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00

34

19

PARTS LIST -Main Parts-

35

24

25

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts Name

AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S


AC CORD SJT 117V 10A 3PVC
CABLE-AC,VCTF 100V 12A 3P-S
AC-CORD 3ASL/100 240VA 10A SAA
AC-CORD H05VV 230V 10A S
ADAPTER PLUG (100V)
ASS'Y, LONG MEDIA CLAMP L SP-300
ASS'Y, LONG MEDIA CLAMP L SP-540V
ASS'Y, LONG MEDIA CLAMP R SP-300
ASS'Y, LONG MEDIA CLAMP R SP-540V
ASS'Y, SHORT MEDIA CLAMP L SP-300
ASS'Y, SHORT MEDIA CLAMP L SP-540V
ASS'Y, SHORT MEDIA CLAMP R SP-300
ASS'Y, SHORT MEDIA CLAMP R SP-540V
ASS'Y,CARRIAGE RETAINER SP-300
BASE,MEDIA CLAMP SP-300
BLADE,NAG-5025LC
BLADE,OLFA AUTO CUTTER XB10
CAP,R 7545 B
CASE,PP BOTTLE
CASTER,DNB50-B
CLEANER,STICK TX712A
FLANGE,GUIDE PNS-501
HEXAGONAL WRENCH 6
LABEL,DRAIN BOTTLE #LA29
LABEL,WARNING SOL INK #LA396
MANUAL,USE EN SP-300
MANUAL,USE EN SP-300V COMMON
MANUAL,INS EN SP-300V ECO-SOL
MANUAL,USE JP SP-300
MANUAL,USE JP SP-300V COMMON
MANUAL,INS JP SP-300V ECO-SOL
MANUAL,USE EN SP-300 DRIVER
MANUAL,USE EN SP-300V DRIVER
MANUAL,USE JP SP-300 DRIVER
MANUAL,USE JP SP-300V DRIVER
PIPE,TOOL D9*L150 FJ-540
PLATE,LONG CLAMP MEDIA L SP-300
PLATE,LONG CLAMP MEDIA L SP-540V

SP- SP300 300V


*
*

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

28
29

Parts No.

*
*
*
*

22055587
22055692
22055624
22055693
22055588
22055694
22035188
22035200
22245103
12569656
11379105
21545195
22335143
22035201
22605160
22605159
22605451
22605158
22535281
22535440
22535357
22635128
21545173
21545174
21545178
21545176
21545175
22735129
21445111

-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00
-00

Parts Name
PLATE,SHORT CLAMP MEDIA L SP-300
PLATE,SHORT CLAMP MEDIA L SP-540V
PLATE,LONG CLAMP MEDIA R SP-300
PLATE,LONG CLAMP MEDIA R SP-540V
PLATE,SHORT CLAMP MEDIA R SP-300
PLATE,SHORT CLAMP MEDIA R SP-540V
STAY,STAND SP-300
STAND,LEG 2 SP-300
RETAINER,CARRIAGE SP-300
TWEEZERS PTS-01
WIPER,HEAD ASP FJ-50
STAY MOUNTING BLACKET
PAD,WIPER UNDER TYPE2 SP-300
CAP,EPDM
STAND,ADJUSTER SP-300
CARTON,ACCESSORY SP-300
CARTON,COVER SP-300
CARTON,SET SP-300
CARTON,SLEEVE SP-300
LABEL,CARTON BEWARE 2 #365
LABEL,CARTON SP-300 #LA633
LABEL,USE FORKLIFT #LA435
PAD,COVER FRONT SP-300
PAD,L-LEFT SP-300
PAD,L-RIGHT SP-300
PAD,SPACER RAIL SP-300
PAD,U-LEFT SP-300
PAD,U-RIGHT SP-300
STICKER,REP JP/EN SP-300
TRAY,SKID SP-300

*
*

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.


Parts Name

*
*

S1
S2
S3
S4
S5

*
*
*

*
*

1-15

31279201
31049166
31049157
31139104
31229103

-00
-00
-00
-00
-00

LABEL,REPACKAGE #LA16
SCREW,CAP M6*12 NI
SCREW,CAP M6*20 BC+PW+SW
SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 BK FE
SCREW,TRUSS M2*6 BC

SP- SP300 300V


*

*
*
*
*
*
*

14

14

L
E
N

APRON HEATER AC

13 100/200V SW

THERMOSTAT

HEATER

HEATER

15 THERMISTOR

BED HEATER AC

13 100/200V SW

THERMOSTAT

HEATER

HEATER

15 THERMISTOR

W8406050B0

CN111

CN103 CN108 CN102 CN105

CN110

HEATER
POWER
BOARD

17

W840605320

CN106 CN101 CN104 CN107

11

12

FAN

35

16

CN6

+41V

7840605600

SERVO BOARD

CN3

MAINTENANCE
COVER SW L

32
8

21

33

CAP WIPE
ORG ORG

W840605080

SCAN MOTOR

20

19

PINCH U/D
SENS BOARD

SW POWER SUPPLY

CN51

CN1

CN2

34

W8406050A0

10

W840605330

POWER
JUNCTION
BOARD

CN201

W840605310

18

JUNCTION BOARD 2

GRIT MOTOR

HEATER
CONTROL
BOARD

INK EXIST/EMPTY
SENSOR

CN1

INK
JUNCTION BOARD

CN11

CN113

CN112

CN115

CN114

CN109

CN6

CN7

CN203

CN1

CN8

CN202

CN12
CN8

CN5
CN11
CN4

2-1

23

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

24

CN1

USB

Parts No.
23505631
23505632
23505633
23415116
23415131
23415130
23415115
23415117
23415125
23415111
23415109
23415132
23415110
23415112
23415133
23415129
23415134
23415124
23415126
23415114

25

28

Parts Name
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI A PC-600
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI B PC-600
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI C PC-600
CABLE-ASSY JUNBI D SP-300
CABLE-ASSY JUNBIWIRE E SP-300
CABLE-ASSY POWER H AC SP-300
CABLE-ASSY POWER SERVO SP-300
CABLE-ASSY POWER MAIN SP-300
CABLE-ASSY SCAN MOTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY POWER H DC SP-300
CABLE-ASSY RELAY JUNCTION SP-300
CABLE-ASSY THERM JUNCTION SP-300
CABLE-ASSY V SELECTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY THERMOSTAT SP-300
CABLE-ASSY THERMISTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY FAN SP-300
CABLE-ASSY INK JUNCTION SP-300
CABLE-ASSY G-MOTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY PINCH U/D SENS SP-300
CABLE-ASSY MAIN-COVER SW SP-300

7840605500

MAIN BOARD

CN5

36

20

Parts No.
23415128
23415123
23415127
23415113
23415118
23415120
23415121
23415122
23415119
23415107
23415108
23475197
23475112
23475216
23475217
23475211
23475207
23475212
23475213
23475214

39

No
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

39

27

26

37

HEAD

HEAD

W840605010

LINEAR ENCODER
BOARD

40

40

40

40

Parts Name
CABLE-ASSY WIPER CAP SEN SP-300
CABLE-ASSY CUT-CAR ORG SP-300
CABLE-ASSY PRI-CAR ORG SP-300
CABLE-ASSY FRONT-COVER SW SP-300
CABLE-ASSY PAPER-SENS SP-300
CABLE-ASSY WIPER MOTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY CAP MOTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY PUMP MOTOR SP-300
CABLE-ASSY PINCH-SENS SP-300
CABLE-ASSY CROP SENS SP-300
CABLE-ASSY LINEAR-ENC SP-300
CABLE-CARD 25P1 105L BB
CABLE-CARD 26P1 700L BB
CABLE-CARD 40P1 1400L BB
CABLE-CARD 18P1 80L BB
CABLE-CARD 14P1 350L BB
CABLE-CARD 15P1 1900L BB
CABLE-CARD 24P1 600L BB
CABLE-CARD 36P1 2000L BB
CABLE-CARD 21P1 180L BB

W840605050

31

W8406050F0

PRINT
CARRIAGE
BOARD

38

PUMP MOTOR

PANEL BOARD
LCD x 1
SW x 15
BUZZER x 1

SOLENOID

W8406050E0

WIPER MOTOR

30
W840605060

29

PINCH POS SENSOR

CUTTING
CARRIAGE
BOARD

FRONT COVER SW
MAINTENANCE COVER SW R
PAPER FRONT
PAPER REAR

W840605020

JUNCTION BOARD 1

22

W840605070

CUT-CARR ORG
SENSOR BOARD

SP-300 WIRING MAP

CN8

CN4
CN10
CN9

PRINT CARR ORG

2 Electrical Section
2 Electrical Section

2-1 WIRING MAP

2 Electrical Section

2-2 MAIN BOARD

DIP SW
DIP SW bit1 bit2 bit3 bit4 bit5 bit6 bit7 bit8
SP-300 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
SP-300V OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF

2-2

R142

10

R149

10

R147

10

R146

2.2K

2.2K

VCC3

R180

R178

R185

C29

CE22p

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

T122

10

T117

T116

T124

A1

T125

T127
T126

B17
C16
A17
B16
C15
D15
B15
A16
C14
D14
A15
B14
C13
D13
A14
B13
A13
B12
C12
D12
A12
B11
A11
A10
C11
D11
B10
A9
B9
C8
C10
D10
D8
A8
B8
A7
C9
D9
B7
A6
C7
D7
B6
A5
B5
C4
C3
C6
A4
D6
B4
D5
A3
B3
A2
A1
C5
D16
H17
H18
N3
N4
U4
V18

CE1u
VCC3

VCC1.5

CE1u

PC61CE1u

PC62

PC63

CE1u

T129
T128
/RESET

A1

A0

A24
A25

A0

A20
A21
A22
A23

A18
A19

Cmd_MtoS

/Cmd_HS_MtoS

CE1u

10K
A25 R145
A24
A23
A22
A21
A20
A19
A18

T113

Y2
16.666MHz

R148

C32
10u/16V

C31
10u/16V

C30
10u/16V

CE22p

10K

10K

R186 10K

R187

R179

10K

RA58

R143 10K

STATUS0
STATUS1

C33

T121 T123 T118 T115

VCC3

10K

R141 10K

R144 2.2K

CE1u
PC67

T119

VDDQ
CTS2
TCLK
MD8/RTS2
VDDQ
VSSQ
MD7/TXD
SCK2/MRESET
VDD
VSS
A18
A19
VDDQ
VSSQ
A20
A21
A22
A23
VDDQ
VSSQ
A24
A25
MD3/CE2A
MD4/CE2B
VDDQ
VSSQ
MD5/RAS2
DACK0
DACK1
A0
VDDQ
VSSQ
A1
STATUS0
STATUS1
MD6/IOIS16
VDDQ
VSSQ
ASEBRK/BRKACK
TDO
VDD
VSS
TMS
TCK
TDI
TRST
CKIO2ENB
NC
VDD-PLL2
VSS-PLL2
VDD-PLL1
VSS-PLL1
VDD-CPG
VSS-CPG
XTAL
EXTAL
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

R156
10K

/RD2

VCC3

VCC3

A[0..25]

D47
D32

VCC1.5
PC69

33

PC68VCC3

D46
D33

T112 T114 T111

D45
D34
D44
D35

CE1u

/WR2

VCC3

/WR2

IC33
HD6417297BP267

RA55

EXBA10E103J

D43
D36
D42
D37

CE1u

R136
33

10K

R137

EXBA10E103J

RA41

D41
D38
D40
D39

D39
D43
D40
D36
D38
D42
D41
D37

/Cmd_HS_StoM

R140
10K

VCC3

T109

D62
D49

VCC3

RA54

EXBA10E103J

D15
D0
D14
D1

1
EXBA10E103J

RA40

D3
D1
D12
D14
D2
D0
D13
D15

CE1u
PC59

R139
10K

TXD2

RA53

EXBA10E103J

D12
D3

PC53VCC3

/RESET
/CS0
/CS1
/CS4
/CS5
/CS6

D11
D4
D10
D5

D29
D18

D7
D5
D6
D10
D8
D4
D9
D11

VCC1.5
PC60

T110

10K

R138

D63
D48

1
D59
D52
D58
D53

VCC3

/IRL3
/IRL2
/IRL1
/IRL0
RRXD2

T107

33
33
33
33
33

D13
D2

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

EXBA10E103J

RA39

RA38

EXBA10E103J

EXBA10E103J

RA30

D25
DREQ1
DREQ0
RXD
D22
D24
D23
WE7/CAS7/DQM7/REG
VSSQ
VDDQ
WE6/CAS6/DQM6
WE3/CAS3/DQM3/ICIOWR
WE2/CAS2/DQM2/ICIORD
RD/WR
VSSQ
VDDQ
RD/CASS/FRAME
RAS
VSS
VDD
CS2
CS3
VSSQ
VDDQ
DRAK0
DRAK1
A2
A3
VSSQ
VDDQ
A4
A5
A6
CKIO2
VSSQ
VDDQ
CKIO
A7
A8
A9
VSSQ
VDDQ
A10
A11
A12
NC
VSSQ
VDDQ
A13
A14
VSS
VDD
A15
A16
VSSQ
VDDQ
A17
WE0/CAS0/DQM0
WE1/CAS1/DQM1
WE4/CAS4/DQM4
WE5/CAS5/DQM5
VSSQ
VDDQ
CKE

D9
D6

EXBA10E103J

D61
D50
D60
D51

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
D57
D54
D56
D55

1
D28
D19

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
D57
D53
D55
D58
D56
D59
D54
D52
D31
D16
D30
D17

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
D19
D31
D28
D16
D18
D30
D29
D17
D27
D20
D26
D21
T101

D33
D46
D32
D47

CE1u

A17

A15
A16

A13
A14

A10
A11
A12

A7
A8
A9

T81

A4
A5
A6

A2
A3

T82

D22
D24
D23

D25

R113
10K

VCC3

VCC1.5

T100

W20
U18
U17
V17
Y20
W19
Y19
W18
U16
V16
Y18
W17
Y17
W16
U15
V15
Y16
W15
U14
V14
Y15
W14
U12
V13
U13
V12
Y14
W13
U11
V11
Y13
W12
Y12
W11
U10
V10
Y11
Y10
W10
Y9
U9
V9
W9
Y8
W8
V4
U8
V8
Y7
W7
U7
V7
Y6
W6
U6
V6
Y5
W5
Y4
W4
Y3
U5
V5
W3

PC55
CE1u

CE1u
PC54

PC56VCC3

A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17

CLK100

A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9

T80

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

T99

RA24

R90

R89

R88

R87

R86

R85

R84

R83

R82

R80
10K

RA25

R119

VCC3

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

T98

R114

R115

R117

R111

R112

R107

R109

DQM3
DQM2
/WR
/RD
/RAS
/CS2

33
33
33
33
33
33

R105
R92
10K

DQM0
DQM1
DQM4
DQM5
CKE
/WE1

33
33
33
33
33
33

D[0..63]

/WE0

33

VCC3
1

VCC3

/CS3

DQM6

33

33

DQM7

33

R81
10K

VCC3

EXBV8V330J
5 RA11
5
6 RA12
6
7 RA13
7
8 RA14
8

RA35
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1

A7
A8
A9
A10

VCC3

EXBV8V330J
5 RA7
5
6 RA8
6
7 RA9
7
8 RA10
8

RA34
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1

A3
A4
A5
A6

A11
A12
A13
A14

EXBV8V330J
5 RA3
5
6 RA4
6
7 RA5
7
8 RA6
8

RA0
RA1
RA2

RA33
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1

33
33
33

R183
R182
R104

A0
A1
A2

/RD

CY2308-2

DQM5

DQM4

DQM1

DQM0

/WE1

CKE

VDD
VDD
GND
GND

S1
S2

REF

FBK

IC30

/WE0

4
13
5
12

9
8

10K
VCC3

16

/CS3

/CS2

/RAS

33

TP2

/WR

DQM2

DQM3

DQM6

DQM7

RRXD

RA[0..25]

A22
A23
A24
A25

A18
A19
A20
A21

A15
A16
A17

CLKB1
CLKB2
CLKB3
CLKB4

CLKA1
CLKA2
CLKA3
CLKA4

33
33
33
RA15
RA16
RA17

6
7
10
11

PC72
CE0.1u

CLK100_1

T87

VCC3

2
4
3

JP1
2

MD[0..31]

R39
0

VCC3

MD[0..31]

Cd

OUT

RN5VD29A

VDD
NC
GND

IC38

PC71
CE0.1u

VCC3

STATUS0
STATUS1

Cmd_StoM
RXD2

CLK50_1

CLK100_1

RA52
RA49
RA51
RA48
EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J

PC73
CE0.1u

R158
1K TP19

VCC3

/RRD
1
/WWE0
DSP03-003-432G /RESET

33 CLK50_1

PC47
CE0.1u

VCC3

R116

R118

/CS0

EXBV8V330J
5 RA22
5
6 RA23
6
7 RA24
7
8 RA25
8

EXBV8V330J
5 RA18
5
6 RA19
6
7 RA20
7
8 RA21
8

2
3
14
15

RA[0..25]

RA59
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1

RA57
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1

R106
R108
R110

1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

VSS
VSS

WP/ACC
CE
OE
WE
RESET

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

IC15

VCC

NC
RY/BY
BYTE

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

MA[0..25]

74LVC14

74LVC541

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC34

VCC
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

37

DD[0..63]

74LVC14

TP20
/RESET

R131
10K

R132
10K

VCC3

PC25
CE0.1u

MA10
MA11
MA12
MA13
MA14
MA15
MA16
MA17
MA18

MA1
MA2
MA3
MA4
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9

R159
1K

VCC3

PC64
CE0.1u

VCC3

IC37B

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

DD[0..63]

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

PS-40PE-D4T1-PN1

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

CN3

MA1
MA2
MA3
MA4
MA5
MA6
MA7
MA8
MA9
MA10
MA11
MA12
MA13
MA14
MA15
MA16
MA17
MA18
MA19
MA20
MA21

MA[0..25]

13 VCC3
15
47

25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
17
16
9
10

MBM29LV160B-90PFTN(HY29LV320)

27
46

14
26
28
11
12

29
31
33
35
38
40
42
44
30
32
34
36
39
41
43
45

IC37A

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
MD12
MD13
MD14
MD15

MA25
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5
MD6
MD7

MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5
MD6
MD7
MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
MD12
MD13
MD14
MD15

RA50
RA47
RA37
RA36
RA56
RA46
RA45
RA44
RA31
RA43
RA32
RA42
EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J

8
7
6
5
DD33
DD46
DD32
DD47

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

D8
D7
D35
D44
D34
D45
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD35
DD44
DD34
DD45

1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
D23
D24
D22
D26
D25
D20
D21
D27
D37
D42
D36
D43
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD37
DD42
DD36
DD43

R155
R154
R153
R152
R151

/RESET
/CS0
/CS1
/CS4
/CS5
/CS6

D39
D40
D38
D41
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

EXBA10E103J

DD39
DD40
DD38
DD41

R150

/RD2

D1
D14
D0
D15
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD1
DD14
DD0
DD15

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

EXBA10E103J
D3
D12
D2
D13
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
DD3
DD12
DD2
DD13

D35
D47
D44
D32
D34
D46
D45
D33

D5
D10
D4
D11
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD5
DD10
DD4
DD11

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
1

D7
D6
D8
D9
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
DD7
DD6
DD8
DD9

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

D63
D48
D62
D49
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD63
DD48
DD62
DD49

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

D61
D63
D50
D49
D51
D62
D60
D48
1

D61
D50
D60
D51
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD61
DD50
DD60
DD51

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

C17
D17
A18
B18
A19
B19
A20
C18
B20
C19
C20
D18
D19
D20
E18
E17
F17
F18
E19
E20
G17
G18
F19
F20
J17
J18
G19
G20
H19
H20
K17
K18
J19
J20
K19
K20
L17
L18
L20
L19
M20
M19
M17
M18
N20
N19
P20
P19
N17
N18
R20
R19
P17
P18
T20
T19
R17
R18
U20
U19
V20
V19
T17
T18
6

D59
D52
D58
D53
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD59
DD52
DD58
DD53

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

VSS
CA
VDD-RTC
VSS-RTC
EXTAL2
XTAL2
NMI
IRL3
IRL2
IRL1
IRL0
MD2/RXD2
MD1/TXD2
MD0/SCK
RD/WR2
VSSQ
VSSQ
VDDQ
D63
D48
VSS
VDD
D62
D49
VSSQ
VDDQ
D61
D50
D60
D51
VSSQ
VDDQ
D59
D52
D58
D53
VSSQ
VDDQ
D57
D54
D56
D55
VSSQ
VDDQ
D31
D16
D30
D17
VSSQ
VDDQ
D29
D18
VSS
VDD
D28
D19
VSSQ
VDDQ
D27
D20
D26
D21
VSSQ
VDDQ
1

D57
D54
D56
D55
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD57
DD54
DD56
DD55

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

RDY
RESET
CS0
CS1
CS4
CS5
CS6
BS
VSSQ
RD2
VDDQ
VSSQ
D47
D32
VDD
VSS
D46
D33
VDDQ
VSSQ
D45
D34
D44
D35
VDDQ
VSSQ
D43
D36
D42
D37
VDDQ
VSSQ
D41
D38
D40
D39
VDDQ
VSSQ
D15
D0
D14
D1
VDDQ
VSSQ
D13
D2
VDD
VSS
D12
D3
VDDQ
VSSQ
D11
D4
D10
D5
VDDQ
VSSQ
D9
D6
BACK/BSREQ
BREQ/BSACK
D8
D7
6

D25
D24
D22
D23
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD25
DD24
DD22
DD23

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

B2
B1
C2
C1
D4
D3
D2
D1
E4
E3
F3
F4
E2
E1
G3
G4
F2
F1
H3
H4
G2
G1
H2
H1
J3
J4
J2
J1
K2
K1
K3
K4
L1
L2
M1
M2
L3
L4
N1
N2
P1
P2
M3
M4
R1
R2
P3
P4
T1
T2
R3
R4
U1
U2
V1
V2
T3
T4
W1
Y1
U3
V3
W2
Y2
1

D31
D16
D30
D17
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4

D27
D20
D26
D21
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
DD27
DD20
DD26
DD21

8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
DD31
DD16
DD30
DD17

D29
D18
D28
D19
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5

2-3

DD29
DD18
DD28
DD19

VCC3

/RESET

RRXD
RRXD2

VCC3

2 Electrical Section

RA[0..25]

/WR2

/WR2
/CS1

/WE1
/WE0

/CS5
/RD2

RA[0..25]

VCC3

/WR2
/CS1

/WE1
/WE0

/CS5
/RD2

RA22
RA23
RA24
RA25

RA20
RA21

RA18
RA19

RA16
RA17

PC46
CE0.1u

RA14
RA15

RA12
RA13

RA10
RA11

RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9

RA4
RA5

RA2
RA3

RA0
RA1

PC34
CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

DD30
DD31

DD28
DD29

DD26
DD27

DD22
DD23
DD24
DD25

DD20
DD21

DD18
DD19

DD16
DD17

PC23
CE0.1u

DD14
DD15

DD12
DD13

DD10
DD11

DD6
DD7
DD8
DD9

DD4
DD5

DD2
DD3

DD0
DD1

PC20
CE0.1u

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

LAB/BA /LOE
LB0
LA0
LB1
LA1
GND
GND
LB2
LA2
LB3
LA3
VCC3 VCC3
LB4
LA4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HB0
HA0
HB1
HA1
GND
GND
HB2
HA2
HB3
HA3
VCC3 VCC3
HB4
HA4
HB5
HA5
GND
GND
HB6
HA6
HB7
HA7
HAB/BA /HOE

IC27

PC48
CE0.1u

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

LAB/BA /LOE
LB0
LA0
LB1
LA1
GND
GND
LB2
LA2
LB3
LA3
VCC3 VCC3
LB4
LA4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HB0
HA0
HB1
HA1
GND
GND
HB2
HA2
HB3
HA3
VCC3 VCC3
HB4
HA4
HB5
HA5
GND
GND
HB6
HA6
HB7
HA7
HAB/BA /HOE

IC22

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

LAB/BA /LOE
LB0
LA0
LB1
LA1
GND
GND
LB2
LA2
LB3
LA3
VCC3 VCC3
LB4
LA4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HB0
HA0
HB1
HA1
GND
GND
HB2
HA2
HB3
HA3
VCC3 VCC3
HB4
HA4
HB5
HA5
GND
GND
HB6
HA6
HB7
HA7
HAB/BA /HOE

IC18

PC24
CE0.1u

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

LAB/BA /LOE
LB0
LA0
LB1
LA1
GND
GND
LB2
LA2
LB3
LA3
VCC3 VCC3
LB4
LA4
LB5
LA5
GND
GND
LB6
LA6
LB7
LA7
HB0
HA0
HB1
HA1
GND
GND
HB2
HA2
HB3
HA3
VCC3 VCC3
HB4
HA4
HB5
HA5
GND
GND
HB6
HA6
HB7
HA7
HAB/BA /HOE

IC14

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

5 MD28
6 MD29
7 MD30
8 MD31
EXBV8V330J

5 MD16
6 MD17
7 MD18
8 MD19
EXBV8V330J
5 MD20
6 MD21
7 MD22
8 MD23
EXBV8V330J
5 MD24
6 MD25
7 MD26
8 MD27
EXBV8V330J

/GATE1

5 MD12
6 MD13
7 MD14
8 MD15
EXBV8V330J

5 MD0
6 MD1
7 MD2
8 MD3
EXBV8V330J
5 MD4
6 MD5
7 MD6
8 MD7
EXBV8V330J
5 MD8
6 MD9
7 MD10
8 MD11
EXBV8V330J

5
6
7
8

TP22

TP21

5 MA16
6 MA17
7 MA18
8 MA19
EXBV8V330J
5 MA20
6 MA21
7 MA22
8 MA23
EXBV8V330J
5 MA24
6 MA25
7
8
EXBV8V330J

5 MA12
6 MA13
7 MA14
8 MA15
EXBV8V330J

5 MA0
6 MA1
7 MA2
8 MA3
EXBV8V330J
5 MA4
6 MA5
7 MA6
8 MA7
EXBV8V330J
5 MA8
6 MA9
7 MA10
8 MA11
EXBV8V330J

RA29
EXBV8V330J

4
3
2
1
RA26
4
3
2
1
RA27
4
3
2
1
RA28

4
3
2
1
RA20

4
3
2
1
RA23
4
3
2
1
RA22
4
3
2
1
RA21

PC35
CE0.1u

4
3
2
1
RA19

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

R38
10K

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

VCC3

4
3
2
1
RA11
4
3
2
1
RA17
4
3
2
1
RA18

4
3
2
1
RA9

4
3
2
1
RA14
4
3
2
1
RA13
4
3
2
1
RA12

PC19
CE0.1u

TP23

/CCS5
/RRD

MA[0..25]

MD[0..31]

/WWR

/WWR

/WWE1
/WWE1
/WWE0
/WWE0

TP1

TP31

TP30
/CCS5
/RRD

MA24 TP29

MA23 TP28

MA22 TP27

MA21 TP26

MA20 TP25

MA19 TP24

MA0

MA[0..25]

MD[0..31]

/GATE2
/WR2

DD[0..63]

NON

NON

NON

SDBK2

SDBK1

SDBK0

DQM5
DQM4
DQM3
DQM2
DQM1
DQM0

PC12
CE0.1u

PC14
CE0.1u

VCC3

/GATE2
/WR2

PC13
CE0.1u

VCC3

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

IC6

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

DD7
DD6
DD5
DD4
DD3
DD2
DD1
DD0

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
E
DIR

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

T12

74LVC245

E
DIR

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

74LVC245

74LVC541

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

IC8

R22
10K

VCC3

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

IC7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

19
1

VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3

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

RA8

/DIPRD

1
3
9
14
27
43
49

TP40
TP41
TP42
TP43
TP44
TP45
TP46
TP47

TP32
TP33
TP34
TP35
TP36
TP37
TP38
TP39

KHS08

SW1

DD48
DD49
DD50
DD51
DD52
DD53
DD54
DD55
DD56
DD57
DD58
DD59
DD60
DD61
DD62
DD63

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PC36
CE0.1u

VCC3

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

DB[0..15]

/DIPRD

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

DB15
DB14
DB13
DB12
DB11
DB10
DB9
DB8

DB[0..15]

EXBA10E103J

VCC3

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

CKE
CLK

RAS
CAS
WE
CS
UDQM
LDQM

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
A12
BA1
BA0

IC19

uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF

DB15
DB14
DB13
DB12
DB11
DB10
DB9
DB8

6
12
28
41
46
52
54

37
38

CKE
CLK100_1

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
21
20
18
17
16
19
39
15

DD15
DD14
DD13
DD12
DD11
DD10
DD9
DD8

RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14
SDBK0
SDBK1
SDBK2

/RAS
/RD
/WR
/CS3
DQM7
DQM6

DD[0..63]

VCC3

DQM5
DQM4
DQM3
DQM2
DQM1
DQM0

R93

R94

R95

R96

R97

RA[0..25]

DD[0..63]

SDRAM 128M/256M Jumper

CKE
CLK100_1

/RAS
/RD
/WR
/CS3
DQM7
DQM6

RA17

RA16

RA15

RA[0..25]

DD[0..63]

DD[0..63]

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

/WWE1

/RESET

/INTUSB_1

10K

VCC3
R26

PC15
CE0.1u

VCC3

PC3
CE0.1u

VCC3
C7
10u/16V

VCC3

DB[0..15]

MA[0..25]

/USBCS

/WWE0

/RRD

/INTUSB_0

RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14
SDBK0
SDBK1
SDBK2

T1

R25

R24

/RESET

/INTUSB_1

VCC3

/WWE1

PC4
CE0.1u

VCC3

PC16
CE0.1u

VCC3

DB[0..15]

MA[0..25]

/USBCS

/WWE0

/RRD

VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3

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

10K

10K

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB8
DB9
DB10
DB11
DB12
DB13
DB14
DB15

uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

CKE
CLK

RAS
CAS
WE
CS
UDQM
LDQM

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
A12
BA1
BA0

IC23

/INTUSB_0

6
12
28
41
46
52
54

37
38

18
17
16
19
39
15

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
21
20
DD32
DD33
DD34
DD35
DD36
DD37
DD38
DD39
DD40
DD41
DD42
DD43
DD44
DD45
DD46
DD47

1
3
9
14
27
43
49

8
9
10
11

41
7

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
37
38
39
40

VCC3

DACK1
DREQ1
TC1
INT1/SOF

HWR/BYTE
TEST

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8/P0
D9/P1
D10/P2
D11/P3
D12/P4
D13/P5
D14/P6
D15/A0

PC38
CE0.1u

VCC3

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

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

CKE
CLK

RAS
CAS
WE
CS
UDQM
LDQM

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
A12
BA1
BA0

IC28

VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3

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

46

6
5
3
4
14
13

47
48
42

45
44
43

17
18
19
20
21
22

R28

DD16
DD17
DD18
DD19
DD20
DD21
DD22
DD23
DD24
DD25
DD26
DD27
DD28
DD29
DD30
DD31

1
3
9
14
27
43
49

CE22p

10K

R11

C3
CE0.1u

R9

R7

27

1.5K

R10 27

T3

VCC3

PC49
CE0.1u

VCC3

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

C15

C6
NON

1M

12.00MHz

Y1

T2

/INTUSB_0

C14
CE22p

R27
680

MA1
MA2
MA3
MA4
MA5
MA6

uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF

IC3

6
12
28
41
46
52
54

37
38

18
17
16
19
39
15

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
21
20

M66291GP

RST

TRON
VBUS
DD+
XIN
XOUT

DREQ0
DACK0
INT0

CS
LWR
RD

RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14
SDBK0
SDBK1
SDBK2

1
16
12
35
COREVCC
COREVCC
IOVCC
IOVCC

2-4
GND
GND
GND

10K

R12

C4
NON

C2
NON

VCC3

2
15
36

DD[0..63]

R6

R8

C5
NON

RA3
RA4
RA5
RA6
RA7
RA8
RA9
RA10
RA11
RA12
RA13
RA14
SDBK0
SDBK1
SDBK2

6
12
28
41
46
52
54

37
38

18
17
16
19
39
15

23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
21
20

VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3
VCC3

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

EXCML16A270U

FL1

EXCML16A270U

FL2

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

R5

1
3
9
14
27
43
49

R4
0

PC57
CE0.1u

VCC3

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

0
C1
NON

uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

CKE
CLK

RAS
CAS
WE
CS
UDQM
LDQM

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
A12
BA1
BA0

IC31

VCC
-Data
+Data
Ground
CASE1A
CASE1B
CASE2A
CASE2B

CN1

DUSB-BRA42-T11(D4T)

1
2
3
4
5A
5B
6A
6B

2 Electrical Section

T21
T20
T19
T18
T16
T17
T14
T15
T44
T61
T45
T62
T46
T63
T47
T64

T36
T35
T34
T33
T32
T30
T31
T29
T52
T69
T53
T70
T54
T71
T55
T72

/SOER

/SWER

T27

SDB_RD0
SDB_RD1
SDB_RD2
SDB_RD3
SDB_RD4
SDB_RD5
SDB_RD6
SDB_RD7
SDB_RD8
SDB_RD9
SDB_RD10
SDB_RD11
SDB_RD12
SDB_RD13
SDB_RD14
SDB_RD15

SDB_LD0
SDB_LD1
SDB_LD2
SDB_LD3
SDB_LD4
SDB_LD5
SDB_LD6
SDB_LD7
SDB_LD8
SDB_LD9
SDB_LD10
SDB_LD11
SDB_LD12
SDB_LD13
SDB_LD14
SDB_LD15

T13

T65

R55

R30

T73

R56

R31

SDB_RD0
SDB_RD1
SDB_RD2
SDB_RD3
SDB_RD4
SDB_RD5
SDB_RD6
SDB_RD7
SDB_RD8
SDB_RD9
SDB_RD10
SDB_RD11
SDB_RD12
SDB_RD13
SDB_RD14
SDB_RD15

/SOEL

/SWEL

SDB_LD0
SDB_LD1
SDB_LD2
SDB_LD3
SDB_LD4
SDB_LD5
SDB_LD6
SDB_LD7
SDB_LD8
SDB_LD9
SDB_LD10
SDB_LD11
SDB_LD12
SDB_LD13
SDB_LD14
SDB_LD15

40
39

41

17

7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
29
30
31
32
35
36
37
38

40
39

41

17

7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
29
30
31
32
35
36
37
38

NC
NC
NC

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

NC
NC
NC

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

CY7C1021BV33-12ZC

BHE
BLE

OE

CE

WE

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

IC12

CY7C1021BV33-12ZC

BHE
BLE

OE

CE

WE

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

IC13

22
23
28

5
4
3
2
1
44
43
42
27
26
25
24
21
20
19
18

22
23
28

5
4
3
2
1
44
43
42
27
26
25
24
21
20
19
18

PC17
CE0.1u

VCC3

SAB_RA0
SAB_RA1
SAB_RA2
SAB_RA3
SAB_RA4
SAB_RA5
SAB_RA6
SAB_RA7
SAB_RA8
SAB_RA9
SAB_RA10
SAB_RA11

PC18
CE0.1u

VCC3

SAB_LA0
SAB_LA1
SAB_LA2
SAB_LA3
SAB_LA4
SAB_LA5
SAB_LA6
SAB_LA7
SAB_LA8
SAB_LA9
SAB_LA10
SAB_LA11

SAB_RA0
SAB_RA1
SAB_RA2
SAB_RA3
SAB_RA4
SAB_RA5
SAB_RA6
SAB_RA7
SAB_RA8
SAB_RA9
SAB_RA10
SAB_RA11

SAB_LA0
SAB_LA1
SAB_LA2
SAB_LA3
SAB_LA4
SAB_LA5
SAB_LA6
SAB_LA7
SAB_LA8
SAB_LA9
SAB_LA10
SAB_LA11

T22
T23
T24
T25
T26
T49
T66
T48
T60
T43
T59
T42

T37
T38
T39
T40
T41
T74
T57
T56
T68
T51
T67
T50

SDB_LD[0..15]

SAB_LA[0..11]

/ALT_STATUS

/SWEL
/SOEL

/ALT_CONF_DONE

TCK GND
TMS VCC(+3.3V)
TDI VCC(+3.3V)
TDO OPEN
TRST GND

SDB_RD[0..15]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
TCK
CONF_DONE
nCEO
TDO
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
CLKUSR
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
RDYnBUSY
I/O
I/O
INIT_DONE
GND
VCCINT
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
VCCINT
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
GND
TMS
TRST
nSTATUS

PC31
CE1u

VCC3

PC33
CE1u

PC32
CE1u

VCC2.5

SAB_RA[0..11]

SDB_LD15
/SWEL
/SOEL
SAB_RA0

SDB_LD9
SDB_LD10
SDB_LD11
SDB_LD12
SDB_LD13
SDB_LD14

SDB_LD1
SDB_LD2
SDB_LD3
SDB_LD4
SDB_LD5
SDB_LD6
SDB_LD7
SDB_LD8

SAB_LA0
SAB_LA1
SAB_LA2
SAB_LA3
SAB_LA4
SAB_LA5
SAB_LA6
SAB_LA7
SAB_LA8
SAB_LA9
SAB_LA10
SAB_LA11
SDB_LD0

T86
T85

PC45
CE1u

VCC2.5

SAB_RA1
SAB_RA2
SAB_RA3
SAB_RA4
SAB_RA5
SAB_RA6

VCC3

SAB_RA7
SAB_RA8
SAB_RA9
SAB_RA10
SAB_RA11
SDB_RD0

PC43
CE1u

SDB_RD1
SDB_RD2
SDB_RD3
SDB_RD4
SDB_RD5

PC44
CE1u

MD20
MD19

IC21
EP1K50QC208-3

SDB_RD6
SDB_RD7
SDB_RD8

Not Use TP

SDB_RD9

VCC3

/ALT_RESET

VCC2.5

MD18
MD17
MD16
MD15
MD14
MD13
SDB_RD10
SDB_RD11
SDB_RD12
SDB_RD13
SDB_RD14
SDB_RD15

T92
T76
T75

MD12
MD11
MD10
MD9
MD8
/SWER
/SOER

MA[0..25]

ENC_PHA
ENC_PHA

MD[0..31]

T79

CLK50_1

/RRD

/WWE1

ENC_PHB
/SWER
/SOER
DDA_StoM
DDA_MtoS
DDA_CLK
ENC_PHB

MA[0..25]

CLK50_1

T84

T83

MD7
MD6
MD5
MD4
MD3
MD2
MD1
MD0

208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
DATA0
DCLK
nCE
TDI
VCCINT
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
GND
MSEL0
MSEL1
VCCINT
nCONFIG

nCS
CS
nWS
I/O
nRS
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
DEV_OE
VCCINT
IN4
CLOCK2
IN3
GND
DEV_CLRn
I/O
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
DATA7
VCCIO
DATA6
I/O
DATA5
DATA4
I/O
DATA3
DATA2
DATA1

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
I/O
LOCK
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
VCC_CKLK
IN1
CLOCK1
IN2
GND_CKLK
GND
I/O
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCINT
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCCIO
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

2-5
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

MD[0..31]

/F0_INTREQ
MA22
MA21
MA20
MA19
MA18
MA17

/RRD

MD26
MD25
MD24
MD23
MD22

/WWE1

MA16
MD31
MD30
MD29
MD28
MD27

/CCS5

MD21

/CCS5

0
R91

T78

156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105

PC29
CE1u

VCC2.5

/ALT_DCLK
/ALT_DATA
C26
CE22p

SCK1
SIL0
SIL1
SIR0
SIR1

LLAT0
CCH0
NNCHG0
LLAT1
CCH1
NNCHG1
/RESET

/ALT_CONFIG

/RESET
/PS_SENS

DAC_R7
DAC_R8
DAC_R9
SCK0

DAC_R3
DAC_R4
DAC_R5
DAC_R6

DAC_RST
DAC_LLAT0
DAC_LLAT1
DAC_R0
DAC_R1
DAC_R2

DAC_L4
DAC_L5
DAC_L6
DAC_L7
DAC_L8
DAC_L9

DAC_L0
DAC_L1
DAC_L2
DAC_L3

PC30
CE1u

VCC3

C25
CE22p

10K

R65

R37
R36
R35
R34
R33
R32

100
100
100
100
100
100

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

100 SCKH0 9
R51

4
12

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

PC27
CE0.1u

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

4Y
4Z

3Y
3Z

2Y
2Z

1Y
1Z

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
19

4Y
4Z

3Y
3Z

2Y
2Z

1Y
1Z

R193
R194
R195
R163
R164
R165

PC41
CE0.1u

HD151031FPEL
VCC3

G
G

4A

3A

2A

1A

IC25

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
19

PC52
CE0.1u

HD151031FPEL
VCC3

G
G

4A

3A

2A

1A

IC29

TC74VHCT541AFT
VCC

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC11

VCC3

100 SI0_A 7

15

100 SI0_B 1

4
12

15

R50

VCC3

100 SCKH1 9

100 SI1_A 7

100 SI1_B 1

R49

R54

R53

R52

DAC_R[0..9]

DAC_L[0..9]

DAC_R0
DAC_R1
DAC_R2
DAC_R3
DAC_R4
DAC_R5
DAC_R6
DAC_R7

DAC_R8
DAC_R9

DAC_L8
DAC_L9

DAC_L0
DAC_L1
DAC_L2
DAC_L3
DAC_L4
DAC_L5
DAC_L6
DAC_L7
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

14
13

10
11

6
5

2
3

14
13

10
11

6
5

2
3

100
100
100
100
100
100
C49

T76

T77

T95

T92

T89

T88

T90

T91

T93

T96

T97

T94

T104

T103

T105

T106

C50

R197

R196

R201

R200

R199

R198

R203

R202

R166

R167

R170

R171

R168

R169

R172

R173

PC28
CE0.1u

R40
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
VCC

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

PC37
CE0.1u

18 R48
17 R59
16
15 R60
14 R61
13 R62
12 R63
11 R64
VCC

DAC_A0
DAC_A1
DAC_A2
DAC_A3
DAC_A4
DAC_A5
DAC_A6
DAC_A7

C35

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

150
150
150
150
150

C36

FL14
FL15
FL16
FL3
FL4
FL5
C37

C51
CE220p

C53
CE220p

C52
CE220p

C54
CE220p

C38
CE220p

C40
CE220p

C39
CE220p

C41
CE220p

DAC_B0
DAC_B1
DAC_B2
DAC_B3
DAC_B4
DAC_B5
DAC_B6
DAC_B7

/DAC_RESET
DAC_LAT0
DAC_LAT1
DAC_B8
DAC_B9

150 DAC_A8
150 DAC_A9

150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p

C48

TC74VHCT541AFT

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC17

TC74VHCT541AFT

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC20

PC42
CE0.1u

18 R72
17 R73
16 R74
15 R75
14 R76
13 R77
12 R78
11 R79
VCC

TC74VHCT541AFT

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC26

DAC_A[0..9]

/HRESET
/P_SIDE_SENS

SI0_YB

SCK1_ZA

/HRESET
/P_SIDE_SENS

LAT0
CH0
NCHG0
LAT1
CH1
NCHG1

SCK0_ZA

TP18

SCK0_YA

SCK0_ZB

TP16

SCK0_YB

SI0_ZA

TP14

SI0_YA

SI0_ZB

TP12

EXCML16A270U
EXCML16A270U
EXCML16A270U
EXCML16A270U
EXCML16A270U
EXCML16A270U

FL23
EXCML16A270U
TP11
FL24
EXCML16A270U
FL19
EXCML16A270U
TP13
FL20
EXCML16A270U
FL21
EXCML16A270U
TP15
FL22
EXCML16A270U
FL17
EXCML16A270U
TP17
FL18
EXCML16A270U

TP10

SCK1_YA

SCK1_ZB

TP8

SCK1_YB

SI1_ZA

TP6

SI1_YA

SI1_ZB

TP4

SI1_YB

DAC_B[0..9]

/DAC_RESET
DAC_LAT0
DAC_LAT1

FL13
EXCML16A270U
TP3
FL12
EXCML16A270U
FL9
EXCML16A270U
TP5
FL8
EXCML16A270U
FL11
EXCML16A270U
TP7
FL10
EXCML16A270U
FL7
EXCML16A270U
TP9
FL6
EXCML16A270U

DAC_B[0..9]

DAC_A[0..9]

2 Electrical Section

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

VCC3

R2
10K

R3
10K

VCC3

41V_SENSE

CROPMARK

P_SIDE

HEAD_TH

CR2032 3V

RBT1

41V_SENSE

CROPMARK

P_SIDE

BCR20V4

R13

R14

R15

R16

R29
10K 1%

VCC

BT1

HEAD_TH

33

33

33

MA22
MA23
MA24
MA25

PC6
CE1u

PC7
CE1u

PC8
CE1u

PC9
CE1u

1SS355

1SS355
D1

D2

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

VCC3

TCK

TMS

TDO
TDI

33

10K

R1

DB[0..15]

MA[0..25]

CR2032-RTC BACKUP
HOLDER BATTERY BCR20V4

53398-0890

CN2

DB[0..15]

MA[0..25]

TP48
TP49
TP50

TP51
TP52
TP53

PC1
CE0.1u

RTC_WDATA
RTC_CLK
RTC_CE
RTC_WR

TMS
TCK

/RESET

CLK50_1

TDI
/CS1
/CS4
/CS5
/CS6

T11

EXTOUT

12
3
4
11
2

AD_CK
AD_IN

1
2
3
4

RTC-4553

GND

VCC

CS1
DIN
CLK
CS0
WE

12
13
1

3
4
5
6

L1
L2
L3
L4
L5

TP

DOUT

EXBV8V103J

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

GND
TDI
I/O8 A1
I/O9 A3
I/O10 A5
I/O11 A7
I/O12 A9
I/O13 A11
I/O14 A13
I/O15 A15
I1/CLK0
VCC3
GND
I1/CLK1
I/O16 B15
I/O17 B13
I/O18 B11
I/O19 B9
I/O20 B7
I/O21 B5
I/O22 B3
I/O23 B1
TMS
TCK
GND

RA7

IC1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

/AD_CS

VCC3

VCC3
8
7
6
5

VCC3

TP54

R19
NON

TP55

/CS0
/WWE0
/RRD
/GATE1
/GATE2
/USBCS
RESERVE_PORT
MAINTENANCECOVER_L

T28

/MTRERR

IC5

MACH2

M4A3-128/64 TQFP100

TLC0834D

CLK
DI
NC

CS

CH0
CH1
CH2
CH3

IC4

5
6
7
9
10

14

13

/IRL0
/IRL1
/IRL2
/IRL3

R20
NON

TP56

CROP_ON
/PS_SENS
/SRVBRD_RESET
/SERIAL_START

100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76

GND

REF
AGND

DO
SARS

VCC

RTC_DATA

/INTDDA
/F0_INTREQ
/INTUSB_0
/INTUSB_1
/EXTIN

9
8

10
11

14

VCC

PC5
CE0.1u

75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51

AD_OUT

GND
TDO
TRST
I/O55 D1
I/O54 D3
I/O53 D5
I/O52 D7
I/O51 D9
I/O50 D11
I/O49 D13
I/O48 D15
I4/CLK3
GND
VCC3
I3/CLK2
I/O47 C15
I/O46 C13
I/O45 C11
I/O44 C9
I/O43 C7
I/O42 C5
I/O41 C3
I/O40 C1
ENABLE
GND

T7

PC10
CE0.1u

10K

R21

T4

R18

150
HEAD_UD

T5

CROPMARK

T8

DDA_CLK

/Cmd_HS_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_StoM
Cmd_MtoS
Cmd_StoM

/INTDDA
DDA_MtoS
DDA_StoM

T9

T10

/SENSOR

DB[0..15]

Cmd_MtoS
Cmd_StoM

R217
2.2K

TP76

TP72
TP73
TP74
TP75

TP69
TP70
TP71

TP62
TP63
TP64
TP65
TP66
TP67
TP68

TP61

TP59
TP60

TP58

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

/PANEL
/WWR
/HRESET

DB[0..15]

/SW2
LCD_RS
LCD_RW
LCD_E
/LCD_CS
/LED
/SW0
/SW1

RA61
EXBV8V103J

/SENSOR

DB[0..15]

/ALT_STATUS
/ALT_RESET
/ALT_DCLK
/ALT_DATA
/ALT_CONF_DONE
/ALT_CONFIG

VCC3 RA60
EXBV8V103J

T6

RA5
RA6
VCC3 EXBV8V103J EXBV8V103J

C9
100p

PINCHPOS
CROP_ON
/SERIAL_START
/SRVBRD_RESET
/MTRERR
MAINTENANCECOVER_L
RESERVE_PORT

/DIPRD
/SENSOR
/PANEL

RTC_DATA
RTC_WR
RTC_WDATA
RTC_CLK
RTC_CE
AD_IN
/AD_CS
AD_CK
AD_OUT

TDO

PINCHPOS

PC11
CE0.1u

VCC3

C8
100p

150

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5

GND
GND
I/O7 A14
I/O6 A12
I/O5 A10
I/O4 A8
I/O3 A6
I/O2 A4
I/O1 A2
I/O0 A0
VCC3
GND
GND
VCC3
I5
I/O63 D0
I/O62 D2
I/O61 D4
I/O60 D6
I/O59 D8
I/O58 D10
I/O57 D12
I/O56 D14
GND
GND

GND
GND
I/O24 B14
IO/25 B12
I/O26 B10
I/O27 B8
I/O28 B6
I/O29 B4
I/O30 B2
I/O31 B0
I2
VCC3
GND
GND
VCC3
I/O32 C0
I/O33 C2
I/O34 C4
I/O35 C6
I/O36 C8
I/O37 C10
I/O38 C12
I/O39 C14
GND
GND

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
/SW1
/SW0
/LED
/LCD_CS
LCD_E
LCD_RW
LCD_RS
/SW2

52808-2590

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

R23

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

33

E
DIR
74LVC245

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

IC9

TC74VHCT541AFT

E1
E2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

/EXTIN

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

74LVC14

IC37C

PRINT_CARRIAGE_ORG
PINCH_ROLL_U/D
FRONT_COVER
MAINTENANCE_COVER R
REAR_PAPER
FRONT_PAPER
CUTTING_CARRIAGE_ORG
PINCH ROLL U/D

/EXTIN

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

TO SERVO BOARD

74LVC541

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

IC10

PC22
CE0.1u

VCC3

/PANEL
/WWR
/HRESET

PC21
CE0.1u

VCC3

CN11

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

PC2
CE0.1u

DB[0..15]

VCC

/SW2
LCD_RS
LCD_RW
LCD_E
/LCD_CS
/LED
/SW0
/SW1

IC2

5
6
7
8

C16

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

C13

C11

5
EXBV8V330J
6
7
8

4
3
2
1

EXBV8V330J
RA3

4
3
2
1

RA4

EXBV8V330J

4
3
2
1

RA2

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

EXBV8V330J

4
3
2
1

C19

C20

C18

RXD2
TXD2

74LVC14

IC37D
9 R161

CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p

C17

4
3
2
1

CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p


4
3
2
1

C12

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

RA1

5
6
7
8

EXBA10E103J

RA15

5
6
7
8

33

VCC

R160
10K

VCC

R162
10K

VCC

EXBV8V330J

EXBV8V330J
RA16
5
4 5
6
3 6
7
2 7
8
1 8

4
3
2
1

RA10

VCC

TP94
TP95
TP96

TP93

TP92

TP77
TP78
TP79
TP80
TP81
TP82
TP83
TP84
TP85
TP86
TP87
TP88
TP89
TP90
TP91

VCC

VCC3

TP57

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5

2-6
8
7
6
5

TP104
TP105
TP106
TP107
TP108

TP97
TP98
TP99
TP100
TP101
TP102
TP103

2
10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

R17

53398-0590

1
2
3
4
5

CN7

VCC

52808-2490

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

CN4

TO MONITOR SERIAL

TO JUNCTION BOARD

52808-1490

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

CN5

TO PANEL BOARD

2 Electrical Section

F1

PC70
CE0.1u

FUSE CCF1NTE2

+41V

VCC3

Cd

RN5VD29A

VDD
NC
GND

OUT

4.7K

IC36

R181

C43

2
4
3

VCC

VCC3

13

VI

C46
10u/16V

VO

LT1086CM

C60
10u/16V

VO

LT1086CM

1SS355

D6

IC41

VI

IC43

74LVC14

C61
220u/50V

11

F3

VHV0

R189
270 1%

120 1%

R190

120 1%

R191

R192
120 1%

R215
120 1%

R216
120 1%

C45
100u/25V

C59
100u/25V

VCC3

C57
220u/50V

10

FUSE CCF1NTE1.6

F2

VCC

VC

VIN

VO

PC75
CE0.1u

T130

PC79
CE0.1u

T133

R188
10K

VCC3

R214
10K

VCC2.5

R176
1K 1%

120 1%

R175

R174
120 1%

D7
SML-210MT

R212
270 1%

T134

R213
10K 1/4W

VADJ

IC40
PQ070XZ1HZ

1SS355

D3

C10
220u/50V

PC78
CE0.1u

FUSE CCF1NTE1.6
VHV1

74LVC14

IC37E

SBC8-221-182

12

D8
D5S6M

L1

PC80
CE0.1u

IC37F

1SS355

D9

C34
CE0.01u

R157
1K

VCC3

C44
CE0.033u

R184
15K

C47
220u/50V

D4

PC76
CE0.1u

+41V

1SS355
1SS355
IC42
L4960
1
1

D5

CE1500p

C58
2.2u/50V

B4P-VH

4
3
2
1

CN8

ADJ

ADJ

2-7

GND

C42
100u/25V
+

PC74
CE0.1u

T120

R177
10K

VCC1.5

DAC_B[0..9]

DAC_A[0..9]

DAC_LAT1

DAC_A[0..9]

DAC_LAT0
/DAC_RESET

DAC_B[0..9]

R211
1K

R210
22K

+41V

4
3
2
1
30
29
28
27
26
25

T108

DAC_A0
DAC_A1
DAC_A2
DAC_A3
DAC_A4
DAC_A5
DAC_A6
DAC_A7
DAC_A8
DAC_A9

T102

DAC_LAT1

DAC_B0
DAC_B1
DAC_B2
DAC_B3
DAC_B4
DAC_B5
DAC_B6
DAC_B7
DAC_B8
DAC_B9

T75

DAC_A0
DAC_A1
DAC_A2
DAC_A3
DAC_A4
DAC_A5
DAC_A6
DAC_A7
DAC_A8
DAC_A9

T58

E09A19RA

DAOUT

TEST

LAT
RST

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9

IC35

E09A19RA

DAOUT

TEST

LAT
RST

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9

IC32

E09A19RA

DAOUT

TEST

LAT
RST

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9

IC24

E09A19RA

DAOUT

TEST

LAT
RST

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9

IC16

41V_SENSE

23

5
6

4
3
2
1
30
29
28
27
26
25

23

5
6

4
3
2
1
30
29
28
27
26
25

23

5
6

4
3
2
1
30
29
28
27
26
25

23

DAC_LAT0
5
/DAC_RESET 6

DAC_B0
DAC_B1
DAC_B2
DAC_B3
DAC_B4
DAC_B5
DAC_B6
DAC_B7
DAC_B8
DAC_B9

9
11
12
13
15
17
19
21
7
10
14

24

20
18
16

22

9
11
12
13
15
17
19
21
7
10
14

24

20
18
16

22

9
11
12
13
15
17
19
21
7
10
14

24

20
18
16

22

9
11
12
13
15
17
19
21
7
10
14

24

20
18
16

22

41V_SENSE

DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
GND5
GND45
VOUTGND

VCC5

NPNB
FB
PNPB

VCC45

DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
GND5
GND45
VOUTGND

VCC5

NPNB
FB
PNPB

VCC45

DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
GND5
GND45
VOUTGND

VCC5

NPNB
FB
PNPB

VCC45

DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
DP
GND5
GND45
VOUTGND

VCC5

NPNB
FB
PNPB

VCC45

ENC_PHB

ENC_PHA

T132

T131

PC66
CE0.1u

VCC

PC58
CE0.1u

VCC

PC40
CE0.1u

VCC

PC26
CE0.1u

VCC

ENC_PHB R209

ENC_PHAR206

100

100 2

10

R130

R135

10

R103

74LVC14

IC39A

510

R127

510

R134

510

R102

510

R126

510

R129

R122

10

510

R121

R100

510

R99

R67

10

510

R58

R66

R57

PC39
CE0.1u

TR12
2SA1746

TR15
2SC4131

TR5
2SA1746

TR8
2SC4131

C55
CE1000p

R204
1K

33

C28
CE0.022u

R128
4.7 /0.25W

PC65
CE0.1u

C24
CE0.022u

R71
4.7 /0.25W

C27
CE0.022u

R120
4.7 /0.25W

PC50
CE0.1u

C23
CE0.022u

R98
4.7 /0.25W

R205

PC51
CE0.1u

TR11
2SA1746

TR7
2SC4131

TR4
2SA1746

TR3
2SC4131

VCC

TR14
2SA1213

R125
43

R133
43

TR16
2SC2873

TR9
2SA1213

R70
43

R101
43

TR13
2SC2873

TR10
2SA1213

R124
43

R123
43

TR6
2SC2873

TR2
2SA1213

R69
43

R68
43

TR1
2SC2873

COM1_A

COM1_B

C22
22u/50V

74LVC14

IC39B

VHV1

COM0_A

COM0_B

C21
22u/50V

VHV0

HEAD_TH

LAT1

C56
CE1000p

R207
1K

VCC

SCK1_ZA
SCK1_YA
SI1_ZA
SI1_YA
SCK1_ZB
SCK1_YB
SI1_ZB
SI1_YB

NCHG1

CH1

1
2
3
4
5
6

CN6

33

R208

53398-0690

HEAD_UD

VCC

SCK0_YA
SCK0_ZA
SI0_YA
SI0_ZA
SCK0_YB
SCK0_ZB
SI0_YB
SI0_ZB

NCHG0

CH0

LAT0

P_SIDE
/P_SIDE_SENS

VCC

VCC

PC81
CE0.1u

PC77
CE0.1u

12

10

74LVC14

74LVC14
IC39F

74LVC14
IC39E

74LVC14
IC39D

13

11

36FMN-BTK

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

CN9

IC39C

HEAD1

COM1_A
GND
COM1_A
GND
COM1_A
GND
COM1_B
GND
COM1_B
GND
COM1_B
GND
VCC
HEAD_UD
GND
ENC_PH_A
GND
ENC_PH_B
GND
GND
LAT1
GND
CH1
GND
NCHG1
GND
SCK1_ZA
SCK1_YA
SI1_ZA
SI1_YA
SCK1_ZB
SCK1_YB
SI1_ZB
SI1_YB

VHV1

36FMN-BTK

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

CN10

HEAD0

GND
COM0_A
GND
COM0_A
GND
COM0_A
GND
COM0_B
GND
COM0_B
GND
COM0_B
GND
VCC
HEAD_TH
GND
P_SIDE
/P_SIDE_SENS
GND
LAT0
GND
CH0
GND
NCHG0
GND
GND
SCK0_YA
SCK0_ZA
SI0_YA
SI0_ZA
SCK0_YB
SCK0_ZB
SI0_YB
SI0_ZB

VHV0

2 Electrical Section

2 Electrical Section

2-3 SERVO BOARD

2-8

2 Electrical Section

2-9

X_CURNT

T8

E1
E2

NON

TP34

X_CURNT

Y_CURNT

SOL_CURNT

C18
CE0.1u

T28

TP32

TP33

R25
47K

VM

R125

Sub_to_Servo

D35
1SS355

3.3K

R75

74LVC14

IC7A

WIPE_Org

R105

R107

R109

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

3.3K

R74

33

33

33

R130
2.2K

33

33

74LVC14

IC7B

D34
1SS355

3.3K

C59

R122
10K

T20

R126
NON

T36

T35

R62

NON

R113

10K

C62
CE470p
VCC3

R77
NON

D33
1SS355

T24 T21 T25 T22

VCC3

Slow_Power_On

C35
CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

R76
10K

ExtCLK
ExtDout
ExtDin
ExtStore
ExtLoad

T23

T3

T29

C60
T30

T48 T39
T41 T37

CE470p
CE470p

SUB_LOAD

R73

R106

R108

EXBA10E103J

Servo_to_Sub

VCC

CE470p

C58

DDA_CLK
/Cmd_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_MtoS
DDA_MtoS
INTDDA

SUB_STORE

SUB_CLK

VCC3 RA5
1

CAP_Org

SUB_DATA_IN

SUB_DATA_OUT

TP5 TP4 TP3 TP2 TP1

C57
CE1u

VCC

NON

R124

/MON_HS_toPC
Sub_to_Servo
Servo_to_Sub

NON

T27

JP2

CropMark

1
19

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

T31

DDA_StoMout

INTDDA

Maintenance_Cover_L

FO_OUT

CropMark

JP1

VCC3

Y_CURNT

T32

T34

74LVC541

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

MAINTENANCE_HATCH
/MTRERR
/SERVO_RES
/Serial_Start
/CropOn
/CropOn
PinchPos
PinchPos

RESERVE

T33

DDA_StoMout
DDA_MtoS

/Cmd_StoM
/Cmd_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_StoM

DDA_CLK

SOL_CURNT

5267-07A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

CN13

VCC

53398-0590

1
2
3
4
5

CN10

CN11
52808-2591

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

CN12 52808-1891

/HEncBtoExt

/HEncAtoExt

HEn_On

/MTRERR

33

CAP_Org
WIPE_Org
TS2

JP3

R121
10K

R123
NON

R80
0

VM_Voltage

D32
1SS355

VCC3

X_CURNT_AD

Y_CURNT_AD

SOL_CURNT_AD

NON
1

RA6
EXBA10E103J

C67

CE0.1u

C66

P52/SCK2/IRQ2
P53/ADTRG/IRQ3
PH2/CS6/(IRQ6)
PH3/CS7/OE/(IRQ7)
PG4/BREQO
PG5/BACK
PG6/BREQ
VCC3
P40/AN0
P41/AN1
P42/AN2
P43/AN3
VREF
AVCC
P44/AN4
P45/AN5
P46/AN6/DA0
P47/AN7/DA1
P54/AN12/IRQ4
P55/AN13/IRQ5
P56/AN14/DA2/IRQ6
P57/AN15/DA3/IRQ7
AVSS
NC
P35/SCK1/(OE)
P34/SCK0
P33/RXD1
GND
P32/RXD0/IrRXD
P31/TXD1
P30/TXD0/IrTXD
P80/EDREQ2/(IRQ0)
P81/EDREQ3/(IRQ1)
P82/ETEND2/(IRQ2)
MD0
MD1

CE0.1u

C22

VCC3

VCC3

CE0.1u

RA7

C41
CE27p

EXBA10E103J

SUB_CLK
SUB_LOAD

TP26

CE0.1u
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

C68

VFWE

DDA_MtoS
Servo_to_Sub
DDA_StoM

/MON_HS_toPC
DDA_CLK
Rxd Sub_to_Servo

TS1

SUB_DATA_IN

SOL_CURNT_AD
Y_CURNT_AD
X_CURNT_AD
VM_Voltage

single:pull_dowm
multi:pull_up

SUB_DATA_OUT
SUB_STORE

TP28

RA4
EXBV8V103J

R86
1.8K

C40
CE27p

HC49/U-S 8MHZ

Y1

TP20

C64
CE0.1u

R120
220

VCC3

TP19

RA11

1
EXBA10E103J

VCC3

6
/RD
/HWR
/LWR

/Cmd_HS_StoM_out

33

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

10K

/MTRERR

IC15

NON

R117

R112

C73
CE0.022u

PowerON

220

R97

PD7/D15
PE0/D0
PE1/D1
PE2/D2
PE3/D3
VCC3
PE4/D4
PE5/D5
PE6/D6
PE7/D7
FWE
P61/TMRI1/DREQ1/IRQ9
P60/TMRI0/DREQ0/IRQ8
P27/PO7/TIOCB5/EDRAK1/(IRQ15)
P26/PO6/TIOCA5/EDRAK0/(IRQ14)
P25/PO5/TIOCB4/(IRQ13)
P24/PO4/TIOCA4/(IRQ12)
P23/PO3/TIOCD3/(IRQ11)
P22/PO2/TIOCC3/(IRQ10)
P21/PO1/TIOCB3/(IRQ9)
P20/PO0/TIOCA3/(IRQ8)
P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD/EDRAK3
P16/PO14/TIOCA2/EDRAK2
P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC
P14/PO12/TIOCA1
GND
P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB
P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA
P11/PO9/TIOCB0
P10/PO8/TIOCA0
P75/EDACK1/(DACK1)
P74/EDACK0/(DACK0)
P73/ETEND1/(TEND1)
VCC3
NMI
WDTOVF

IC16

IC-CPU HD6432673A06FC

T26

2
4
3
Cd

OUT

RN5VD29A

VDD
NC
GND

IC8

EXBA10E103J

RA8

R54
1.0K
T5

C21
CE0.1u

VCC3

EXBA10E103J

RA9

5
74LVC14

IC7C
6

EXBA10E103J

RA10

74LVC14

IC7D

VCC3

EXBA10E103J

RA12

T44

T51

/RES

R61
1.0K

T50

YPWM
XPWM

ExtDin
ExtDout
StpBRef
StpARef
SolPWM

D4
D5
D6
D7
VFWE
ExtLoad
ExtStore

D15
D0
D1
D2
D3

FANPWM2
FANPWM1

D0 10
D1 2
D2 9
D3 3
D4 8
D5 4
D6 7
D7 5

D8 10
D9 2
D10 9
D11 3
D12 8
D13 4
D14 7
D15 5

T43 T49 T42

R115

10K

X_En_Pha
X_En_Phb

ExtCLK
Y_En_Pha
INTDDA
Y_En_Phb

ExtLoad
ExtStore
FANPWM2
FANPWM1
ExtDin
ExtDout

10K

Head_Slow_Power_On

VCC3

RA15
EXBA10E103J

T55
T56
T57
T58
T59
T38
T40

1
R114

/CS2
StpARef
StpBRef
Stp0Decay
Stp0APWM
Stp0BPWM
Stp0APh
Stp0BPh
Stp1Decay
TMS
TCK

SCLK

A1
A2
A3
A4
D0
D1
D2
D3

20

/CS1
6

C77

CE0.1u

/LWR

C75
CE0.1u

GND
TDI
I/O8 A1
I/O9 A3
I/O10 A5
I/O11 A7
I/O12 A9
I/O13 A11
I/O14 A13
I/O15 A15
I1/CLK0
VCC3
GND
I1/CLK1
I/O16 B15
I/O17 B13
I/O18 B11
I/O19 B9
I/O20 B7
I/O21 B5
I/O22 B3
I/O23 B1
TMS
TCK
GND

C74
CE0.1u
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

VCC3

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

/SERVO_RES
/H8_RES

/RES

CY7C1399

GND

/OE

/CS

/WE

I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7

IC20

VCC3

14

22

27

/LWR

/RD

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

VCC3

Head_Power_On

T54
T47
T53
T46

Q4
DTC114EK 1

VCC3

T52
T45

CE0.1u

C63

CE0.1u
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37

C61

CE0.1u

C65

VCC3

SEL-6414E

D15

DDA_StoMExtin

C70
CE0.022u

R118

C69
CE0.022u

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

R64 2.2K

6
1

R110

2.2K

R132

1.5K

R129

1.5K

R128

1.5K

R131

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

R111 NON

0
R119
SCLKO

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

C72
CE0.022u

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

/H8_RES

A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

A12
A13
A14
A15

D12
D13
D14

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
1

RA13
RA14

G_CWW
G_CW
D8
D9
D10
D11
5 A14
7 A15
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

EXBA10E103J
EXBA10E103J

108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
1

P51/RXD2/IRQ1
P50/TXD2/IRQ0
PH1/CS5
PH0/CS4
PG3/CS3
PG2/CS2
PG1/CS1
PG0/CS0
STBY
GND
XTAL
EXTAL
VCC3
PF7/CLKOUT
PLLVCC
RES
PLLVSS
PF6/AS
PF5/RD
PF4/HWR
PF3/LWR
PF2/LCAS/IRQ15
PF1/UCAS/IRQ14
PF0/WAIT
P65/TMO1/DACK1/IRQ13
P64/TMO0/DACK0/IRQ12
P63/TMCI1/TEND1/IRQ11
P62/TMCI0/TEND0/IRQ10
PD0/D8
PD1/D9
PD2/D10
PD3/D11
GND
PD4/D12
PD5/D13
PD6/D14

MD2
P83/ETEND3/(IRQ3)
P84/EDACK2/(IRQ4)
P85/EDACK3/(IRQ5)
VCC3
PC0/A0
PC1/A1
PC2/A2
PC3/A3
PC4/A4
PC5/A5
GND
PC6/A6
PC7/A7
PB0/A8
PB1/A9
PB2/A10
PB3/A11
GND
PB4/A12
PB5/A13
PB6/A14
PB7/A15
PA0/A16
PA1/A17
GND
PA2/A18
PA3/A19
PA4/A20
PA5/A21
PA6/A22
PA7/A23
NC
P70/EDREQ0/(DREQ0)
P71/EDREQ1/(DREQ1)
P72/ETEND0/(TEND0)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

T18 T16 T14

T17 T15

CE0.1u

C51

21 A1
23 A2
24 A3
25 A4
26 A5
1 A6
2 A7
3 A8
4 A9
5 A10
6 A11
7 A12
8 A13
9 A14
10 A15
VCC3
28
22

T12

T13

20

/RD
14

27

/HWR

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

/CS1

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

M4A3-64/64 TQFP100

IC11

SolPWM
YPWM
XPWM

GND
TDO
TRST
I/O55 D1
I/O54 D3
I/O53 D5
I/O52 D7
I/O51 D9
I/O50 D11
I/O49 D13
I/O48 D15
I4/CLK3
GND
VCC3
I3/CLK2
I/O47 C15
I/O46 C13
I/O45 C11
I/O44 C9
I/O43 C7
I/O42 C5
I/O41 C3
I/O40 C1
ENABLE
GND

Stp2BPh

T11

C79

75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51

CE0.1u

C76

HVref0

HVref1

HVref2

CE0.1u

C52

21 A1
23 A2
24 A3
25 A4
26 A5
1 A6
2 A7
3 A8
4 A9
5 A10
6 A11
7 A12
8 A13
9 A14
10 A15
VCC3
28

CE0.1u CE0.1u
Y_En
Y_PWMY_PWM+

C80

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
VCC3

HVref0
/MTD_En2
/MTD_En1
/MTD_En0

HVref1

HVref2

CY7C1399

GND

/OE

/CS

/WE

I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7

IC19

/HEncB
/HEncA

T9

/GE_PhB
T7

DDA_StoMout

T10

Stp0Decay

Stp0BPWM

Stp0BPh

Stp1Decay

Stp1BPWM

Stp1BPh

Stp2Decay

Stp2BPWM

Stp2BPh

Y_PWM+

Y_En

X_PWM+

53398-0890

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CN9

DDA_StoMExtin

Stp0APWM

Stp0APh

Stp1APWM

Stp1APh

Stp2APWM

Stp2APh

Y_PWM-

X_PWM-

Sol_PWM-

R135
NON

R136
10K

TDI
TDO

TMS

TCK

R133
10K

VCC3

VCC3

R134
10K

Sol_PWM+
X_En

Sol_En

/GE_PhA

/MTD_En2
/MTD_En1
/MTD_En0

TP37

TP38

TP40

TP39

RA3
VCC3 EXBV8V103J

Sol_En
Sol_PWMSol_PWM+
X_En
X_PWMX_PWM+

G_CWW
G_CW

DDA_StoMExtin

DDA_StoM

/Cmd_StoM_out

Stp1APWM
Stp1BPWM
Stp1APh
Stp1BPh
Stp2Decay
Stp2APWM
Stp2BPWM
Stp2APh

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

/RD

100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
GND
GND
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
I/O3
I/O2
I/O1
I/O0
VCC3
GND
GND
VCC3
I5
I/O63 D0
I/O62 D2
I/O61 D4
I/O60 D6
I/O59 D8
I/O58 D10
I/O57 D12
I/O56 D14
GND
GND

GND
GND
I/O24 B14
I/O25 B12
I/O26 B10
I/O27 B8
I/O28 B6
I/O29 B4
I/O30 B2
I/O31 B0
I2
VCC3
GND
GND
VCC3
I/O32 C0
I/O33 C2
I/O34 C4
I/O35 C6
I/O36 C8
I/O37 C10
I/O38 C12
I/O39 C14
GND
GND

2-10

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1

/SERVO_RES
/Serial_Start
5
6
7
8

2
5
6
7
8

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

2 Electrical Section

10K

1
19

74VHCT541

E1
E2

HEn_On@

HVref2

HVref1

HVref0

HEn_On@

TP29

NON

D8

Stp2BPWM

NON

R82

TP30

NON

D6

Stp2APWM

NON

R67

TP11

NON

Stp1BPWM

NON

R101

D16

TP12

R81
1.0K

3.3K

R78

R69
1.0K

3.3K

R70

R98
1.0K

3.3K

R95

R92
1.0K

3.3K

R94

R96
1.0K

3.3K

R99

NON

D13

TP10

NON

D14

R79
1.0K

R71 3.3K

NON

D7

TP31

Stp1APWM

NON

R91

Stp0BPWM

NON

R93

Stp0APWM

NON

R83

C33
CE0.047u

CE820p

C42

TP15

TP7 TP17

VCC

C28
CE3900p

CE820p

C27

TP35

TP23 TP22 TP36

C37
CE0.1u

C43
CE3900p

R90
10K

VCC

TP8

C54
CE0.1u

C34
CE3900p

CE820p

C31

TP27

TP14 TP16 TP24

VCC

R66
10K

TP25

Stp2APh
Stp2BPh
Stp2Decay

CE0.047u

C30

TP21

TP9

Stp1APh
Stp1BPh
Stp1Decay

C50
CE0.047u

CE0.047u

C47

TP6

R84
10K

TP13

Stp0APh
Stp0BPh
Stp0Decay

C48
CE0.047u

CE0.047u

C32

TP18

C46
CE0.1u

VSA

VREFA
VREFB
CR

ENA A
ENA B

PHA
PHB
DECAY

VCC
ALM

IC17
MTD2005

22

23
20
25

27
16

26
17
18

19
24

220

R89

VSA

VREFA
VREFB
CR

ENA A
ENA B

PHA
PHB
DECAY

VCC
ALM

IC18
MTD2005F

R63
1ohm/1W

220

R65

VSA

VREFA
VREFB
CR

ENA A
ENA B

PHA
PHB
DECAY

VCC
ALM

IC14
MTD2005F

R88
1ohm/1W

VCC

22

23
20
25

27
16

26
17
18

19
24

VCC

R68
0.68ohm/1W

220

R72

2
26
4

6
22

5
23
24

25
3

VCC

27

7
21
9
15
16
19

10
12
14
18

8
20

28
15
HS1
HS2
2
4
6
9
11
13
21

3
7
8
12

1
14

R87
1ohm/1W

220

R85

LG A
LG B
GND
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VSB

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

VMMA
VMMB

28
15
HS1
HS2
2
4
6
9
11
13
21

3
7
8
12

1
14

VMTD

R104
1ohm/1W

220

R103

LG A
LG B
GND
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VSB

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

VMMA
VMMB

VMTD

R102
0.68ohm/1W

220

R100

VSB

LG A
LG B
NC
NC
NC
NC

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

VMMA
VMMB

VMTD
C45

C53

C38
CE820p

CE0.22u/50V

C39

CE0.22u/50V

C36

C55
CE820p

CE0.22u/50V

C56

CE0.22u/50V

C49
CE820p

CE0.22u/50V

C44

CE0.22u/50V

D29
D1FS6

D37
D1FS6

D31
D1FS6

D39
D1FS6

D17
D1FS6

D21
D1FS6

D19
D1FS6

D23
D1FS6

D12
D1FS6

D10
D1FS6

D11
D1FS6

D9
D1FS6

VMTD

VMTD

VMTD

100

R59

D30
D1FS6

D38
D1FS6

D36
D1FS6

D40
D1FS6

D18
D1FS6

D22
D1FS6

D20
D1FS6

D25
D1FS6

D24
D1FS6

D27
D1FS6

D26
D1FS6

D28
D1FS6

100

R60

FL15

EXCML20A390U

FL16

UPA1759

Source1 Drain1
Gate1 Drain1
Source2 Drain2
Gate2 Drain2

IC10

EXCML20A390U

FL3

EXCML20A390U

FL4

EXCML20A390U

FL5

EXCML20A390U

FL6

EXCML20A390U

FL7

EXCML20A390U

FL10

EXCML20A390U

FL11

EXCML20A390U

FL12

EXCML20A390U

FL13

EXCML20A390U

FL14

EXCML20A390U

1
2
3
4

8
7
6
5

TP50

/Crop_ON@
C20
10u/100V

D2FS6

C19
10u/100V
L RCH895-181K

L3

L RCH895-181K
D4
D2FS6

L4

D3

TP58

/Crop_ON@

RSA
11

R116

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

TP60

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

TP62

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

TP59

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

TP64

FANPWM1
FANPWM2
/CropOn
/MTD_En0
/MTD_En1
/MTD_En2
HEn_On

RSA
5
RSA
5

PG
13
NC

RSB
17
RSB
10
RSB

13
NC
13

2-11
10

FANPWM1
FANPWM2
/CropOn
/MTD_En0
/MTD_En1
/MTD_En2
HEn_On

TP61

TP41

TP63

TP42

TP65

IC12

R23
10K

150

R38

150

R39

R22
10K

VCC

11

C11
CE100p

13

C12
CE100p

74LVC14

IC7F

74LVC14

IC7E

12

10

CAP_Org

WIPE_Org

To JUNCTION BOARD 1

WIPE MOTOR

CAP MOTOR

PUMP MOTOR

FAN

RESERVE

52808-2690

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

CN5

5267-02A

1
2

CN7

C99
CE0.1u

+A_I0
+B_I0
-A_I0
-B_I0
+A_I1
+B_I1
-A_I1
-B_I1
+A_I2
+B_I2
-A_I2
-B_I2

TP53

TP45

VCC

TP66

TP67

Cap_Org

Wipe_Org

TP56

TP46

R53
1.2ohm/1W

+27V

2 Electrical Section

TP57

TP52

TP54

X_En

Sol_En

Sol_PWMX_PWM+
X_PWM-

X_CURNT

R169
10K

X_CURNT

R170
10K

8
3
13

Sol_En

X_En

7
4
14

TP74

Sol_PWMX_PWM+
X_PWM-

TP70 TP68 TP73

C100
CE0.22u/50V

C101
CE0.22u/50V

EN1
EN2
EN3

IN1
IN2
IN3

IC2

C110
CE1u

D43
DAN217U

16

VREF

74LVC14

IC5C

74LVC14

IC5D

1
11
10
20

C103
CE0.22u/50V

L6234

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3

VS
VS

CE0.01u

C102

C112

VM

2
1

17

Sol_CURNT

18

VBOOT

GND
GND
GND
GND

VCP

SENSE2
SENSE1

19
2

Sol_CURNT

9
12

6
5
15

VCC

3403A

Sub_to_Servo

R157

NON

SUB_LOAD

SUB_CLK

R162
4.7K 0.1%

MAINTENANCE_HATCH

Maintenance_Cover_L

Servo_to_Sub

SUB_STORE

SUB_DATA_OUT

R161
4.7K 0.1%

R165
12K 0.1%

0.1ohm/1W

R164
12K 0.1%

R4

X_En_Phb

R167
4.7K 0.1%

X_En_Pha

74LVC14

IC6D

74LVC14

IC6C

74LVC14

IC6B

74LVC14

IC6A

12

/GE_PhB

/GE_PhA
12

74LVC14

10

R47

R35

R48

R36

13

10

11

C92
CE1000p

13

IC6E
74LVC14

74LVC14

IC5E

150

33

33

33

33

IC6F
74LVC14

R49

1
2
3
4

11

TP87

CE1000p CE1000p
CE1000p CE1000p

C16 C15 C14 C13

R3
1.0ohm/1W

C88
CE100p

IC5F

12K 0.1%

R11
4.7K 0.1%

R9

R168 12K 0.1%

Y_En_Phb

SUB_DATA_IN

R20
100K 0.1%

R10
100K 0.1%
VCC

X_En_Phb

X_En_Pha

Y_En_Phb

Y_En_Pha

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

10K
10K

150

R46
R34

R33

150

R42

150

C86
CE100p

R43

C85
CE100p

33

R44

C91
CE100p

VCC3

TP94 TP86

TP85

R2
1.0K

VCC

TP93

470

R37

C89
CE1000p

470

R50

EXBV8V470J

1
2
3
4

RA2

TP92

R1
1.0K

TP84

TP91

TP83

TP95 TP88

TP90 TP89

VCC

Sol_En

Y_En

R31

R30
10K

10K

VCC

TP69

CropMark

R7

Feed_Motor+

Y_CURNT

TP75

TP78

14

NON

R8

8
3
13

7
4
14

D44
DAN217U

EN1
EN2
EN3

IN1
IN2
IN3

IC3

C111
CE1u

To JUNCTION BOARD 2

40FMN

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

Y_CURNT

TP76

R171
10K

TP77

Feed_Motor-

Sol_En

Y_En

Y_PWM+
Y_PWMSol_PWM+

CN2

Y_PWM+
Y_PWMSol_PWM+

@SUB_CLK
@SUB_LOAD
@SUB_DATA_OUT
@SUB_STORE_OUT
@SUB_DATA_IN
@Sub_to_Servo
@Servo_to_Sub
@MAINTENANCE_HATCH
@Maintenance_Cover_L

/GE_PhB_in

/GE_PhA_in

FeedEn_Ph_B_in

FeedEn_Ph_A_in

C1
CE0.1u

FL1
TP81
EXCML20A390U

FL2
TP82
EXCML20A390U

RA1
EXBV8V102J

VCC3

C104
CE0.22u/50V

C105
CE0.22u/50V

2
1
2
3403A

/HEncB

/HEncA

IC1A
3
+

12

R163

VCC

13

100K 0.1%

3403A

IC1D

R15

3
17

Y_En_Pha

R156

10

100K 0.1%

100K 0.1%

3403A

IC1B

IC1C

R21

R12

CE0.22u/50V

5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1

16
VREF

C17
CE0.1u

2-12
2

4
11

4
3
2
1

18
VBOOT

GND
GND
GND
GND
1
11
10
20

VCP

C107
CE0.22u/50V

6
5
15

9
12

CE0.22u/50V

C113
CE0.1u

R14
0

C84
CE0.1u

74LVC14

IC5B

74LVC14

R6
100K

PinchPos
/Crop_ON@

R45

R32

C90
CE1000p

470

470

R137
NON

HEn_On@

C87
CE1000p

FL17

TP51

R140

R142
NON

R143
0
R138

R145
NON

R144
0

To JUNCTION BOARD 1

/HEncBtoExt

/HEncAtoExt

C93
CE0.1u

Sol-

Sol+

TP43

/HEncB
VCC
TP55

Scan_Motor+
Scan_Motor-

Scan_Encoder_Phase_A
Scan_Encoder_Phase_B

5267-08A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

CN3

Sol-

Sol+

PinchPos
/Crop_ON&HEn_On
CropMark

52808-1591

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

CN6

To CUTTING CARRIAGE BOARD

VCC

/HEncA

FL9
TP44
EXCML20A390U

R52
10K

R41
10K

VCC

TP79

TP80

TP71

TP72

FL8
EXCML20A390U

EXCML20A390U

FL18
EXCML20A390U

TP47 TP48 TP49


R141
10K

R139

VCC

R17
4.7K 0.1%

R51
10K

R160
4.7K 0.1%

R16
12K 0.1%

0.1ohm/1W

VM

R19
12K 0.1%

R5

+ C5
100u/63V

IC5A

100
C4
CE470p

R13

R166
NON

VCC

NON

R159

R18
100K 0.1%

+27V

VCC3

C108

L6234

OUT1
OUT2
OUT3

VS
VS

C106
CE0.01u

SENSE2
SENSE1
19
2

VCC3

2 Electrical Section

2 Electrical Section

+41V

CN1

D5

+41V
6
5
4
3
2
1

+VHEAD

Q1 2SJ553S

+41V
CN4

R158
1K/0.5W

C109
CE1000p

4
3
2
1

R155

T19

+ C2
1000u/63V

IN

OUT

R153
100

R154
2.2K/0.5W

3
+

GND

R127
10K

uPC2933T

Head_Power_On

Q7
DTC114EK

Head_Slow_Power_On

To MAIN BOARD
Q8
DTC114EK

C29
C71
100u/25V CE0.1u

B4P-VH

B6P-VH

15K

VCC3

IC13
1

VCC

To SW POWER SUPPLY

1SS355

VMTD

F1

FUSE MMCT3.15A ET

CE0.1u

R24
47/1W

R40
1K/1W

R147
2.2K/0.5W

C96
CE0.1u

R27 220

12K 0.1%

PowerON

R150
100

R146
100

Q6
DTC114EK

Q3
3 2SK2796S

1
C94
CE470p

C3

Q5
DTC114EK

1000u/63V

C7
CE0.1u

470

R29

CE1000p

R28

R148
15K
+

R151 1.0K

220u/35V

SPI8010A

Slow_Power_ON

C23
CE0.1u

T6

IC9

R57

SPI8010A
C25
CE1000p
R56
1.8K

L RCH895-470K
L2

CE1000p

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CE0.1u

NC
SWout
NC
Reg
CE/SS
DGND
NC
AGND

C82

NC
NC
VIn
B.S
NC
Comp
Vref
NC

C81

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

470

C26

CE0.1u
C78

CE0.047u

+41V

+27V

VCC

VCC

VCC3
CN8

+
D41
D2FS6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

C83
CE0.1u

C24

47

330u/16V

R55

R149
47/1W

+27V

C6

D2
D2FS6

D42
PTZ43A

T4

L1
L RCH895-470K

CE1000p

C9

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

NC
SWout
NC
Reg
CE/SS
DGND
NC
AGND

C95

CE0.1u

CE0.047u

C10

NC
NC
VIn
B.S
NC
Comp
Vref
NC
C8

VM

Q2
2SJ553S

47

+41V

T1
BR1
RXE185

C98
CE1000p

IC4
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

D1
DE3L20U

T2

R152
1K/0.5W

+41V
C97

R26

5267-09A

R58
100

2-13

To HEATER CONTROL BOARD

2 Electrical Section

2-4 HEATER BOARD

2-14

Reserve

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

R20
10K

Monitor

SCK_0
RxD_0
TxD_0
Port1
Port2

VCC

53398-0890(NON)

CN4

VCC3

A/D0
A/D1
A/D2
A/D3
T33
T32
T25
T24

5
4
3
2
1

R24
10K

53398-0590

CN3

R21
10K

R40

R42

RA7
EXBA10E103J

4
3
2
1

VCC3

R25

VCC3

R26
10K

VCC3

R22
10K

VCC

T50 T60 T39 T34

VCC3

Cmd_StoM
Cmd_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_StoM
/Cmd_HS_MtoS

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

R15
0

74LVC14

IC4C

EXBV8V102J

4
3
2
1

RA1

10K

0
0

T23
T22
T19
T18

33

33

C8
CE470p(NON)

R23
R19

10K

R35
10K

R16
0

11

R38
R37

R17
0

T42

CPUID_3
CPUID_2
CPUID_1
CPUID_0

10

R18
0(NON)

74LVC14

IC4E

C9
CE470p(NON)

VCC3

VCC3

10K(NON)

R33

R41
2.2K

T52

T51 T43

10K
10K

CE0.1u

PC9

CPUID_0

T41 T40

T54
T45
T53
T44

T46

109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

CE0.1u

PC8

VCC3

/CS1

VCC3

R39
1.8K

C14
CE27p
Y1
8.0MHz

RA10
EXBA10E103J

P52/SCK2/IRQ2
P53/ADTRG/IRQ3
PH2/CS6/(IRQ6)
PH3/CS7/OE/(IRQ7)
PG4/BREQO
PG5/BACK
PG6/BREQ
VCC3
P40/AN0
P41/AN1
P42/AN2
P43/AN3
VREF
AVCC
P44/AN4
P45/AN5
P46/AN6/DA0
P47/AN7/DA1
P54/AN12/IRQ4
P55/AN13/IRQ5
P56/AN14/DA2/IRQ6
P57/AN15/DA3/IRQ7
AVSS
NC
P35/SCK1/(OE)
P34/SCK0
P33/RXD1
GND
P32/RXD0/IrRXD
P31/TXD1
P30/TXD0/IrTXD
P80/EDREQ2/(IRQ0)
P81/EDREQ3/(IRQ1)
P82/ETEND2/(IRQ2)
MD0
MD1

VCC3

CPUID_1
CPUID_2
CPUID_3

R12

R48

VCC3

C15
CE27p

220

T55

CE0.1u

C16

/H8S_RESET

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5

T59
T62

RA2
EXBA10E103J

RA3
EXBA10E103J

RA4
EXBA10E103J

/SysErr
C18
CE100p

R50
10K

VCC3

VCC3

CE0.1u

PC1

VCC3

A[0..15]

72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37

PC7
CE0.1u

Cd

OUT

RN5VD29A

GND

VDD

IC1

CE0.1u

PC5

D4
D5
D6
D7

D15
D0
D1
D2
D3

VCC3

Apron_Heater_ON
Bed_Heater_ON

RA12
EXBA10E103J

/SerialStart

T48

T56
/RD
/HWR
T47
T57

PD7/D15
PE0/D0
PE1/D1
PE2/D2
PE3/D3
VCC3
PE4/D4
PE5/D5
PE6/D6
PE7/D7
FWE
P61/TMRI1/DREQ1/IRQ9
P60/TMRI0/DREQ0/IRQ8
P27/PO7/TIOCB5/EDRAK1/(IRQ15)
P26/PO6/TIOCA5/EDRAK0/(IRQ14)
P25/PO5/TIOCB4/(IRQ13)
P24/PO4/TIOCA4/(IRQ12)
P23/PO3/TIOCD3/(IRQ11)
P22/PO2/TIOCC3/(IRQ10)
P21/PO1/TIOCB3/(IRQ9)
P20/PO0/TIOCA3/(IRQ8)
P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD/EDRAK3
IC5
P16/PO14/TIOCA2/EDRAK2
P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC
P14/PO12/TIOCA1
GND
P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB
H8S/267X-QFP144
P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA
P11/PO9/TIOCB0
P10/PO8/TIOCA0
P75/EDACK1/(DACK1)
P74/EDACK0/(DACK0)
P73/ETEND1/(TEND1)
CPU ID:1000
VCC3
NMI
WDTOVF

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
1

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

1
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
6

10K

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
A12
A13
A14
A15

A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
1

R13

33
R47

1
D8
D9
D10
D11
5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
6

D8 10
D9 2
D10 9
D11 3
D12 8
D13 4
D14 7
D15 5
D12
D13
D14

10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

CE0.1u

C1

R1
1.0K
T5

VCC3

220

R52
LED1
LNJ308G8LRA

VCC3

Q1
DTA114EKA

VCC3

1
3
RA9
EXBA10E103J

10K
C2
CE100p

R30

108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
P51/RXD2/IRQ1
P50/TXD2/IRQ0
PH1/CS5
PH0/CS4
PG3/CS3
PG2/CS2
PG1/CS1
PG0/CS0
STBY
GND
XTAL
EXTAL
VCC3
PF7/CLKOUT
PLLVCC
RES
PLLVSS
PF6/AS
PF5/RD
PF4/HWR
PF3/LWR
PF2/LCAS/IRQ15
PF1/UCAS/IRQ14
PF0/WAIT
P65/TMO1/DACK1/IRQ13
P64/TMO0/DACK0/IRQ12
P63/TMCI1/TEND1/IRQ11
P62/TMCI0/TEND0/IRQ10
PD0/D8
PD1/D9
PD2/D10
PD3/D11
GND
PD4/D12
PD5/D13
PD6/D14

MD2
P83/ETEND3/(IRQ3)
P84/EDACK2/(IRQ4)
P85/EDACK3/(IRQ5)
VCC3
PC0/A0
PC1/A1
PC2/A2
PC3/A3
PC4/A4
PC5/A5
GND
PC6/A6
PC7/A7
PB0/A8
PB1/A9
PB2/A10
PB3/A11
GND
PB4/A12
PB5/A13
PB6/A14
PB7/A15
PA0/A16
PA1/A17
GND
PA2/A18
PA3/A19
PA4/A20
PA5/A21
PA6/A22
PA7/A23
NC
P70/EDREQ0/(DREQ0)
P71/EDREQ1/(DREQ1)
P72/ETEND0/(TEND0)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

10K
R29

RA11
EXBA10E103J

T38
T37

CE0.1u

PC4

VCC3

74LVC14

IC4A

RA5
EXBA10E103J

A[0..15]

/RD

/CS1

/HWR

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

T11
T10
T9
T8
T7
T6

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

CY7C1399

GND

OE

CS

WE

I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7

IC6

VCC3

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

RA8
EXBA10E103J

VCC3

74LVC14

IC4B

14

22

20

27

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

1
6

2-15

6
10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

10K
10K
10K
10K
4

RA6
EXBA10E103J

5
7
4
8
3
9
2
10

R43
R51
R62
R57
/ServoReset

VCC3

9
10

74LVC08

IC3C

/HeaterReset

CE0.1u

PC3

VCC3

VCC3

T15
T14
T13
T12

T36
T35
T31
T30
T29
T28
T27
T26
T21
T20
T17
T16

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
VCC3
PC6
CE0.1u

28

21
23
24
25
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

13

12

74LVC08

IC3D

74LVC08

IC3B

74LVC08

IC3A

11

R49
1.0K
T49

VCC3

13

12

C17
CE100p

74LVC14

IC4F

74LVC14

IC4D

/H8S_RESET

2 Electrical Section

2 Electrical Section

to SW Power Supply

to Power SW
CN203

CN202
1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
B2P3-VH

B3P5-VH

CN109
1
2
3
4

to Heater Power Board


CN201

FS2B

F201

PFC-5000 CEE-6.3AT

CN101
1
2

PFC-5000

to Apron Thermostat

B2P-VH
CN104

6
COM1

C1

NO2

COM2

C2

Power Junction Board

1
2
3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

to Heater Control Board

CN114
1
2
3
4

to Apron Heater 1

B2P3-VH
CN106

RL101
AJW5212

NO1

B2P(4-2.3)-VH

to 100/200V SW

B4P7-VH
CN107
1
2
3

5267-04A

to Apron Heater 2

B2P3-VH
CN108
1
2

CN111
1
2

CN115
1
2
3
4

5267-02A

to FAN

5
NO2

COM2
3

1
2

COM1

CN113

1
2

C1

CN112

to Main Board

to Bed Heater 1

B2P3-VH
CN103

RL102
AJW5212

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

NO1

to Apron Thermistor

53014-02

1
2
3

CN110
1
2

53014-02

53014-04

to Bed Thermostat

B2P-VH
CN105

C2

to Heater Control Board

to Bed Thermistor

FS2A

1
2
3
4

to Power Junction Board

B2P(4-2.3)-VH

5267-02A

to 100/200V SW

B4P7-VH
CN102
1
2
3

to Bed Heater 2

B2P3-VH

Heater Power Board

VCC3
VCC3

VCC

+27V

VCC3

VCC

+27V

CN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

to Servo Board

+ C21

+ C20

+ C19

47u/16V

47u/16V

100u/63V

R44
12K 0.1%(NON)

R63
10K

R45
10K 1%
CN6

A/D0

R46

1
2
3
4

33

C13
CE0.1u

to Heater Power Board

53014-04

5267-09A

VCC3
R58
12K 0.1%(NON)

A/D1

R54

R55
10K 1%

33

C12
VCC

+27V
CE0.1u

R53
15/1W(NON)

R56
390/1W

VCC3
R36
12K 0.1%(NON)

D1
D1FL20U

T58 T61

CN5

IC7
R59
Apron_Heater_ON
Bed_Heater_ON

R61

0
0

1
2
3
4

Source1
Gate1
Source2
Gate2

A/D2

CN7
Drain1
Drain1
Drain2
Drain2

R34
10K 1%

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

UPA1759

R32

1
2
3
4

33

C11

to Heater Power Board

CE0.1u

to Reserve Thermistor

53398-0490(NON)
VCC3

5267-04A
VCC
R64
15/1W(NON)

R27
12K 0.1%(NON)

+27V
R60
390/1W

A/D3

R31

R28
10K 1%

33

C10
CE0.1u
D2
D1FL20U

VCC3

10K

10K

10K

10K

10K

R4

R2

R5

R3

R6

CN1

R11

@/HeaterReset

0
IC2

C3

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

100

CE100p

100

R7

C4

R8

/SysErr
T4
T3
T2

CE100p(NON)

DDA_CLK

100
100

C5

@/Cmd_HS_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_StoM
@Cmd_MtoS
Cmd_StoM

R10
R9

C6

@/SerialStart
@ServoReset
/SysErr
INTDDA
DDA_MtoS
DDA_StoM

C7

to Servo Board

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

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

R14
2.2K(NON)

/Cmd_HS_StoM
Cmd_StoM
T1

1
19

PC2
CE0.1u

Reserve

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
52808-1891(NON)

2-16

E1
E2
74LVC541

VCC3

52808-1891
CN2

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

Cmd_MtoS
/Cmd_HS_MtoS
/ServoReset
/SerialStart
/HeaterReset

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE
NOT-USE

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

2 Electrical Section

2-5 SUB BOARD

2-17

NOT-USE

NOT-USE

2-18

40FMN

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

CN408

NON

C415

Servo_Grit_Motor+

Servo_Grit_Motor-

Feed_Encoder_Phase_A

Feed_Encoder_Phase_B

GritEncoderPhaseA

GritEncoderPhaseB

Pinch_ud_sens
Maintenance_Cover_L
Servo_to_Sub
Sub_to_Servo
SUB_DATA_out
SUB_STORE_in
SUB_DATA_in
SUB_LOAD_in
SUB_CLK_in
J2VCC

To SERVO BOARD

TP427
TP426
TP425
TP424
TP423
TP422
TP421

4
3
2
1

R436

R437

4
3
2
1

C401

R438

33

C402

33

C403

53014-08

C404

CE470p CE470p CE470p

CE470p

C413

CE470p(NON)
100

EXBV8V101J

5
6
7
8

RA401

100
RX401

5
6
7
8

+ C414
47u/16V

J2VCC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

CN402

R400
10K

Ink_TxD
Ink_RxD

TCK

TMS

TDO
TDI

R403
10K
J2VCC

@Servo_to_Sub
@Sub_to_Servo

@SUB_DATA_in
@SUB_DATA_out
@SUB_LOAD_in
@SUB_CLK_in

@SUB_STORE_in

J2VCC

isp Download

R401
10K

J2VCC

5
6
7
8

J2VCC

R402
10K

TCK

TDI

4
3
2
1

/RESET

4
3
2
1

CE1.0u

TP407

36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

CE1.0u

PC401

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
TDI
IC401
I/O
CLK0/I0
TDO
NC
GND
GND
NC
TCK
CLK1/I1
I/O
TMS
I/O
I/O
M4A5-64/32-TQFP48
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

PC402

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

EXBV8V103J

5
6
7
8

R413
22K TP410

C400
2.2u/50V

RA400

J2VCC

D404
1SS355

J2VCC

48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
NC
VCC
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
VCC
NC
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

/RESET
TMS

TDO

R418
R415
R411
R408
R405

R404
R407
R410
R414
R417

R427
R424
R421

R428
R425
R422

R443
R440
R434
R431

R430
R433
R439
R442

0
0
0
0
0

NON
NON
NON
NON
NON

NON
NON
NON

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

NON
NON
NON
NON

R406
R409
R412
R416
R419

R429
R426
R423

R432
R435
R441
R444

J2VCC

TP413
TP412
TP411
TP409
TP408

NON
NON
NON
NON
NON

C407

C408

C409

C410

C411

C412

5
6
7
8

PC400
CE0.1u
1
2
3
4
DS2480B

GND
1-W
NC
VDD

IC400

CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

TP404

J2VCC

J2VCC
NON
NON
NON

TP416
TP415
TP414

TP420
TP419
TP418
TP417

NON
NON
NON
NON

C406

CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

C405

5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

RXD
TXD
POL
VPP

8
7
6
5

J2VCC
TP405

EXBV8V101J

5
6
7
8

RA403

EXBV8V101J

5
6
7
8

RA402

Ink_RxD
Ink_TxD

TP406

J2VCC

RA404
EXBA10E103J

TP401
TP403
TP400
TP402

Ink_Empty_3

Ink_Exist_3

Ink_Empty_2

Ink_Exist_2

Ink_Empty_1

Ink_Exist_1

Ink_Empty_0

Ink_Exist_0

Servo_Grit_Motor+
Servo_Grit_Motor-

Feed_Encoder_Phase_A
Feed_Encoder_Phase_B

GritEncoderPhaseB

GritEncoderPhaseA

C416
CE0.1u

J2VCC

UDZS 7.5B

D403

UDZS 7.5B

D402

UDZS 7.5B

D401

UDZS 7.5B

D400

J2VCC

Maintenance_Cover_L

Pinch_ud_sens

R420
10K

J2VCC

1
10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5

JUNCTION BOARD 2

To PINCH U/D SENS BOARD

C417
CE0.1u

J2VCC

5267-07A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

CN409

NON

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

CN410

5267-08A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

CN400

175487-4

1
2
3
4

175487-4
CN406

1
2
3
4

175487-4
CN404

1
2
3
4

175487-4
CN403

1
2
3
4

CN401

53014-02

1
2

CN407

To Grit Motor

Reserve

To INK JUNCTION BOARD

To Ink 4

To Ink 3

To Ink 2

To Ink 1

To Maintenance Cover L

53398-0390

1
2
3

CN405

2 Electrical Section

/RESET

/SW1

/SW0

/LED

LCD_RS
LCD_R/W
LCD_E
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
/LCD_CS

/SW2

+ C111
47u/16V

From MAIN BOARD

52806-2410

24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CN100

VCC

100

R103

C106
NON

100

100

R107

R105

NON

C107

NON

C113

NON

C116

NON

C114

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

PD1
PD3
PD5
PD7
PD6
PD4
PD2
PD0

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

C109
CE100p

C103
CE100p

C104
CE100p

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

11
1

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
11

1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q

VHC32

IC104C
9

VHCT245

E
DIR

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

IC102

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

VCC

VHCT245

E
DIR

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

IC103

VCC

VHCT245

E
DIR

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

IC106

VCC

HCT273

CLK
CLR

D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8

IC107

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

E
DIR

VHCT245

B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7

IC101

VCC

10

VHC32

IC104B
4

IC104A
1

VHCT574

1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D

VHC32

VHC32

OC
CLK

IC100

13

PANEL BOARD

100

100

R112

R109

100

R104

PD[0..7]

100

100

R101

R102

PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7

VHC14

19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

VCC

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

CUT_CONFIG
TEST_CUT
CLEANING
TEST_PRINT

ENTER
DOWN CURSOR
MENU

RIGHT CURSOR
TOP CURSOR
LEFT CURSOR

BASE

SHEET_CUT
PAUSE
POWER
HEART CONFIG

LCD_ON
BUSY_LED
BASE LED
BUZZER
PAUSE_LED
POWER_LED
SETUP_LED
ALGIN_LED

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

VCC

19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

11

R118
10K

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4
5

10
9
8
7
6

VCC

10
9
8
7
6

VCC

VCC
10
9
8
7
6
EXBA10E103J

RA100

EXBA10E103J

RA101

EXBA10E103J

RA102

DTD113EK

Q106

470

R115

10K

R119

VCC

@FAN+
@FAN5267-02A(NON)

1
2

CN1100

100

R113

R114
10K

VCC
Q107
2SK2796S

EVQ21305R
EVQ21305R

SW114
SW108

EVQ21305R
EVQ21305R
EVQ21305R

SW107
SW111

EVQ21305R

SW104

SW100

EVQ21305R

EVQ21305R

SW103
SW110

EVQ21305R

EVQ21305R

SW106
SW109

EVQ21305R

EVQ21305R

SW105

SW102

EVQ21305R

EVQ21305R

SW113

SW101

EVQ21305R

SW112

VSS
VDD
V0
RS
R/W
E
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
VLED
VLSS

VCC

LCD EW162G2GLY

LCD1

TEST PRINT
CLEANING
TEST CUT
CUT CONFIG

LEFT CURSOR
TOP CURSOR
DOWN CURSOR
RIGHT CURSOR
MENU
ENTER

BASE

SHEET CUT
PAUSE
POWER
HEATER CONFIG

To LCD

NON

1
2
3
4

CN600

LENC_PHB

LENC_PHA

HEVCC

C600
NON

HEVCC

1
2
3
4
NON

C110
CE0.1u

DTD113EK

Q102

12

10

DTD113EK

Q104

C102
CE0.1u

VHCT14

VHC14
IC105F

VHC14
IC105E

VHC14
IC105D

VHC14
IC105C

C100
CE0.1u

13

11

IC105B

DTD113EK

Q101

DTD113EK

Q108

C112
CE0.1u

VCC
BZ100

C115
CE0.1u

5268-02A

LED104

BUSY

SETUP

SETUP

PAUSE

LED103

390

BASE

VCC

C108
CE0.1u

C105
CE0.1u

VCC

BUZZER

SEL6410E-TP5

LED101

C101
CE0.1u

180

R108

HEATER CONFIG

180

R100

NON

R116

SHEET CUT

SEL6410E-TP5

LED100

180

R110

330

R117

NON

R120

330

R106

POWER R111

SLR 343BBT3F

LED107

SEL6410E-TP5

LED106

SEL6410E TH12 RT

LED105

NON

CN032-004

3
4

1
2

CN1501

CN032-004

3
4

1
2

CN1701

5268-02A

2
1

CN1602
5

CN032-004

3
4

1
2

CN1601

CN032-004

3
4

1
2

CN1801

LEBVCC

KE-207

VCC
GND
Vout(A)
Vout(B)

U800

An

1
2
3

150

R800

U1000
GP2S40

COVCC

U1200

GP1A57HR

R1201
10K

C1200
CE0.1u

COVCC

R1200
470

U900
NON

U1900

GP1A57HR

R1901
NON

C1900
CE0.1u

PUSVCC

R1900
470

PINCH U/D SENS BOARD

53261-0390

1
2
3

CN1900

PUSVCC

CUT-CARR ORG SENSOR BOARD

53398-0390

1
2
3

CN1200

PAPERSIDE SENSOR BOARD

NON

CN900

CROP SENSOR BOARD

CABLE-ASSY,CROP SENS SP-300

1
2
3

CN1000

LINEAR ENCODER BOARD

CE0.1u

C800

LENCB_PHB

1
2
3
4

INK JUNCTION BOARD 4

5268-02A

2
1

CN1802

INK JUNCTION BOARD 2

LENCB_PHA

CABLE-ASSY,LINEAR-ENC SP-300

CN800

1
2
3
4

LEBVCC

INK JUNCTION BOARD 3

5268-02A

2
1

CN1702

SEL6410E TH12 RT

NON

2
1

CN1502

INK JUNCTION BOARD 1

LED102

Q103
DTD113EK

MEB-12C-5

Q100
DTD113EK

DTD113EK

Q105

GND
CH.A
VCC
CH.B

U600

HIGHT ENCODER BOARD

MDF7-16P-2.54DSA

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

CN101

FAN JUNCTION BOARD

5267-02A(NON)

1
2

CN1101

3
1

IC104D

3
1

20

10

3
1

12

3
1

20

10

20

10

3
1

3
1
3
1

IC105A

3
5
3

20

10

20

10

2
1
2
5

3
4

1
4

2
3
2

2-19

2 Electrical Section

2 Electrical Section

VHV1
HVCC

VHV0

C205
CE0.1u

VHV1 HVCC

1 HEAD

CN206

CN202
TP201

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

HGND
COM0_B
HGND
COM0_B
HGND
COM0_B
HGND
HGND
HVCC
NCHG0
HGND
LAT0
HGND
CH0
HGND

TP204
TP205
TP203

SCK0_ZB
SCK0_YB
SI0_ZB
SI0_YB

52808-2191

TP210
TP212
TP209
TP211

VHV1
VHV1
COM1_A
HGND
COM1_A
HGND
COM1_A
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
HVCC
HEAD_U/D
HGND
ENC_PHASE_A
HGND
ENC_PHASE_B
HGND
HGND
LAT1
HGND
CH1
HGND
NCHG1
HGND
SCK1_ZA
SCK1_YA
SI1_ZA
SI1_YA
SCK1_ZB
SCK1_YB
SI1_ZB
SI1_YB

36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

HVCC VHV0

36FMN-BTK

HVCC VHV1
CN203
VHV1
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
COM1_B
HGND
HGND
HVCC
NCHG1
HGND
LAT1
HGND
CH1
HGND

TP224

TP213
TP214
TP215

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

SCK1_ZB
SCK1_YB
SI1_ZB
SI1_YB

52808-2191

TP221
TP223
TP220
TP222

36FMN-BTK

HVCC
HVCC
TP200

CN200
HGND
COM0_A
HGND
COM0_A
HGND
COM0_A
HGND
HGND
HEAD_TH
HVCC
HGND
NCHG0
HGND
LAT0
HGND
CH0

TP206
TP208
TP202
TP207

CN201

TP225

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

SCK0_YA
SCK0_ZA
SI0_YA
SI0_ZA

HGND
COM1_A
HGND
COM1_A
HGND
COM1_A
HGND
HGND

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

HVCC
HGND
NCHG1
HGND
LAT1
HGND
CH1

TP216
TP218
TP217
TP219

SCK1_YA
SCK1_ZA
SI1_YA
SI1_ZA

52808-2191

52808-2191
HVCC
C204
CE0.1u

HVCC

8
R204

IC200A
3

R202
R200
1K

CN205
R203
10K 1%

BA10358F

HVCC

1
2
3
4

ENC_PHASE_A

R201

ENC_PHASE_B

NON
HVCC
TR200

NON

Reserve

NON

53261-0490

1K

CN207

DTB123EK

IC200B

To LINEAR ENCORDER

R208

R205

1
2
3
4
5

CN204

HVCC

R210

R209

82

100

1
2
3
VR200
22K

Reserve

NON

BA10358F
R206

C206

HVCC

2.2K

CE1000p

R207
3.3K

R211

LED200

PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD

330

C200
CE1000p

SEL6410E-TP5

D201
1SS355

D200
1SS355

CN301

CN303
FAN+
FAN-

26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2

FAN

5267-02A

FAN+
FAN-

CN304
+A_I0
+B_I0
-A_I0
-B_I0
+A_I1
+B_I1
-A_I1
-B_I1
+A_I2
+B_I2
-A_I2
-B_I2
J1VCCB

+A_I0
-A_I0
-B_I0
+B_I0

1
2
3
4

Ink_Pump

5267-04A
CN307
+A_I1
-A_I1
-B_I1
+B_I1

Wipe_Org

1
2
3
4
5

Cap_UP/DOWN

5267-05A

Cap_Org
J1VCCB

52808-2691

J1VCCB
+ C302
47u/16V

R300
10K

CUTTING CARRIAGE BOARD

CN311
+A_I2
-A_I2
-B_I2
+B_I2

1
2
3
4
5
6

Wipe

5267-06A

To Servo Board

CN502

CCVCC
Sol+
Sol-

CN500

Cap_Org
Wipe_Org
J1VCCB

Cap_Origin_Sens
Wipe_Origin_Sens

53398-0890

C301
CE0.1u

CN504

CUT_ENCODER_PHASE_B

R501 NON
IC500B
7

CCVCC
+
-

R500

C501
NON

C507
NON

R505

Q500
DTB123EK

6
2

R504
NON

R507

R506

82

100

CN503

To Servo Board

D501
NON

R502
NON

CN305

Front_Cover

CN309
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3
53014-03
CN300

Maintenance_Cover_R

1
2

Maintenance_Cover_R

53014-02
CN310
Rear_Paper

52808-1490

Front_Paper

1
2
3
4
5
6

Paper Sensor R
Paper Sensor F

53398-0690
CN306
Cutting_Carriage_Origin

To Main Board

1
2
3

CE0.1u

+
C504
47u/16V

CCVCC

C502
CE0.1u

C505
NON

2
CUT_ENCODER_PHASE_A
CUT_ENCODER_PHASE_B

CN501
1
2
3
4
5

Reserve

53261-0590

PrintCarriage_Origin_sens
Front_Cover
Maintenance_Cover_R
Rear_Paper
Front_Paper
Cutting_Carriage_Origin

BA10358F

Front_Cover_SW

R503
NON

8
IC500A
1

53398-0790
CN308

J1VCCA

D500
NON

To Crop Sensor Board

53398-0390

CCVCC

C500
CCVCC

1
2
3

@Crop_ON
@Crop_Sens
C506
CE1000p

CCVCC

J1VCCA

To Pinchroll
Position Sensor

53398-0490

VR500
220KVR

4.7K

BA10358F

2.2K

PrintCarriage_Sens

1
2
3
4

PinchPos

PinchPos
/Crop_ON
CropSens
CUT_ENCODER_PHASE_A

C503CE1000p

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

To Solenoid

CCVCC

52793-1590

PrintCarriage_Origin_sens

1
2

IL-S-2P-S2T2-EF
Sol-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

CE0.1u

Sol+

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

CN302

J1VCCB
C300

HGND
COM0_A
HGND
COM0_A
HGND
COM0_A
HGND
COM0_B
HGND
COM0_B
HGND
COM0_B
HGND
HVCC
HEAD_TH_BU
HGND
P_SIDE
/P_SIDE_Enable
HGND
LAT0
HGND
CH0
HGND
NCHG0
HGND
HGND
SCK0_YA
SCK0_ZA
SI0_YA
SI0_ZA
SCK0_YB
SCK0_ZB
SI0_YB
SI0_ZB

+ C201
10u/50V

+ C207
10u/50V

0 HEAD

VHV0 HVCC
CN208
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

C202
CE0.1u
C208
CE0.1u

+ C203
47u/16V

Cutting_Carriage_Origin

53398-0390

JUNCTION BOARD 1

2-20

2 Electrical Section

2-6 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST_Electrical Parts


MAIN BOARD
IC No. Parts No.
IC3
15249104-00
IC42
15199237-00
IC16
15159127-00
IC24
15159127-00
IC32
15159127-00
IC35
15159127-00
TR3
15129122-00
TR4
15129121SZ-00
TR7
15129122-00
TR11
15129121SZ-00
TR8
15129122-00
TR5
15129121SZ-00
TR15
15129122-00
TR12
15129121SZ-00
F3
22555109-00
F2
22555109-00

Description
IC,M66291GP-201
V.RGL L4960
IC E09A19RA
IC E09A20RA
IC E09A21RA
IC E09A22RA
TR 2SC4131 GB
TR 2SA1746 OY
TR 2SC4131 GB
TR 2SA1746 OY
TR 2SC4131 GB
TR 2SA1746 OY
TR 2SC4131 GB
TR 2SA1746 OY
FUSE,CCF1NTE1.6
FUSE,CCF1NTE1.6

Function
USB
+5.0V REGULATOR
D/A Converter for HEAD BK&CY
D/A Converter for HEAD BK&CY
D/A Converter for HEAD MG&YE
D/A Converter for HEAD MG&YE
Transistor for Driving HEAD BK&CY
Transistor for Driving HEAD BK&CY
Transistor for Driving HEAD BK&CY
Transistor for Driving HEAD BK&CY
Transistor for Driving HEAD MG&YE
Transistor for Driving HEAD MG&YE
Transistor for Driving HEAD MG&YE
Transistor for Driving HEAD MG&YE
FUSE for HEAD BK&CY
FUSE for HEAD MG&YE

SERVO BOARD
IC No.
Parts No.
IC17
15189105-00
IC14
15189111-00
IC18
15189111-00
IC10
15119119-00
F1
12559102-00

Description
IC-LINEAR MTD2005
IC-LINEAR,MTD2005F-4072 ET
IC-LINEAR,MTD2005F-4072 ET
TR,FET UPA1759G-E2 ET
FUSE,MMCT 3.15A ET

Function
PUMP MOTOR DRIVER
WIPE MOTOR DRIVER
CAP MOTOR DRIVER
FAN DRIVER
MOTOR POWER FUSE

HEATER CONTROL BOARD


IC No.
Parts No.
Description
IC7
15119119-00 TR,FET UPA1759G-E2 ET

Function
RELAY DRIVER

HEATER POWER BOARD


IC No.
Parts No.
Description
RL101
12869101-00 RELAY,AJW5212
RL102
12869101-00 RELAY,AJW5212

Function
RELAY
RELAY

2-21

5HSODFHPHQWRI0DLQ3DUWV

3 Replacement of Main Parts

The necessary adjustments after the replacement of each part, and the referential time for each work are
described as follows.
HEAD REPLACEMENT : 15min. +HDG
7+(50,67(5&+(&.
+($'$/,*10(17
+($',1)250$7,21&/($5
&$3+(,*+7&+(&. 
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

722/&$55,$*(5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
/,0,7 &87'2:1326,7,21$'-8670(17
722/+(,*+7$'-8670(17
722/35(6685($'-8670(17
&5230$5.6(1625$'-8670(17
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17
35,17&87326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
&$37235(3/$&(0(17PLQ SFV
&$3+(,*+7&+(&. $GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
&$55,$*(027255(3/$&(0(17PLQ
6(592/2&.&+(&.
$*,1*
02725+2856&/($5$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

6(592%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
6(1625&+(&. 
,1.&$575,'*(6(1625,1.(037<6(1625&+(&.DQG
3,1&+52//(56(1625
&$3 :,3(5&+(&. 
3803&+(&. 
)$1&+(&. 
$*,1*
722/35(6685($'-8670(17
&5230$5.6(1625$'-8670(17
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17
35,17&87326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
+($7(532:(5%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
+($7(5&+(&. $GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
+($7(5&21752/%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
+($7(5&+(&. $GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
-81&7,21%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
6(1625&+(&. 
+($'/2&.6(1625/,0,76(1625)5217&29(56(1625
0$,17(1$1&(&29(56(16256+((7/2$'6(1625
)52173$3(56(16255($53$3(56(1625
&$3 :,3(5&+(&. 
)$1&+(&. 
6&$102725$*,1*$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

38035(3/$&(0(17PLQ
38037,0(6&/($5
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
0$,1%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
',36:6(77,1*
%$77(5<,167$//$7,21
),50:$5(,167$//$7,21
6<67(03$5$0(7(5,1,7,$/,=(
+($'5$1.6(77,1*
6(5,$/180%(5,1387 
&$3 :,3(5&+(&. 
&$3+(,*+7$'-8670(17
6(1625&+(&.
/,0,7 &87'2:1326,7,21,1,7,$/,=(
/,1($5(1&2'(56(783
722/35(6685($'-8670(17
,1.7<3(6(77,1*
+($'$/,*10(17
&$/,%5$7,21
&5230$5.6(1625$'-8670(17
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17
35,17&87326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

-81&7,21%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
6(1625&+(&. 
6+((7/2$'6(1625,1.&$575,'*(6(1625(037<6(1625
)(('02725$*,1*$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
&$55,$*(:,5(5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
:,5(7(16,21$'-8670(17
/,0,7 &87'2:1326,7,21,1,7,$/,=(
/,1($5(1&2'(56(783
&877,1*48$/,7<&+(&.$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
/,1($5(1&2'(55(3/$&(0(17PLQ
/,1($5(1&2'(56(783$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
/,1($56&$/(5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
/,1($5(1&2'(56(783$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

&877,1*&$55,$*(%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
722/83'2:1&+(&. 
3,1&+52//(56(1625&+(&.
&5230$5.6(1625$'-8670(17
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17
35,17&87326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

&5230$5.6(16255(3/$&(0(17PLQ
&5230$5.6(1625$'-8670(17
722/&5230$5.326,7,21$'-8670(17
35,17&87326,7,21$'-8670(17$GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
%$77(5<5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
%$77(5<)/$*&/($5
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

&$55,$*(%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
7+(50,67(5&+(&.
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7RWDO7LPHPLQ!
3$1(/%2$5'5(3/$&(0(17PLQ
/&'/('%8=&+(&.
.(<&+(&. $GM7LPHPLQ
7RWDO7LPHPLQ!

*1 Input the serial number in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SERIAL NO.].
*2 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP&WIPER CHECK].
*3 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [FORCE ADJUST].
*4 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [KEY CHECK].
*5 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SENSOR CHECK].
*6 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [FAN CHECK].
*7 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [PUMP CHECK].
*8 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [HEATER CHECK].
*9 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP ADJUST] > [CHECK GAP].



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INK CONTROL
EMPTY MODE

EMPTY MODE
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STOP

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FILL INK
INK CONTROL
PUMP UP
INK CONTROL
HEAD WASH
INK CONTROL
HEAD REPLACE

Input the HEAD RANK of the head which is going to be


installed.
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HEAD RANK

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21 From the User menu, select [INK CONTROL] > [HEAD


REPLACE], and press the ENTER key.

MENU
INK CONTROL

INK CONTROL
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EMPTY MODE
STOP
STOP

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INK CONTROL
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INK CONTROL
HEAD WASH
INK CONTROL
HEAD REPLACE

22 Enter the SERVICE MODE and perform the following


adjustments.

1. THERMISTOR CHECK
2. HEAD ALIGNMENT
3. HEAD INFORMATION CLEAR
4. CAP HEIGHT CHECK
5. TOOL / CROP MARK SENSOR POSITION

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After THERMISTOR CHECK and HEAD ALIGNMENT,
clear the HEAD INFORMATION from the SERVICE
MENU > HISTORY MENU > HEAD GROUP.

SERVICE MENU
HISTORY MENU

When you replaced the left HEAD, select [CLEAR H1] and
press the ENTER key.
When you replaced the right HEAD, select [CLEAR H2]

HISTORY MENU
MOTOR GROUP

HISTORY MENU
HEAD GROUP

]
HEAD GROUP
CLEAR H1

HEAD GROUP
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2. LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE
3. TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
4. TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
5. CROP MARK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
6. TOOL / CROP MARK SENSOR POSITION ADJUSTMENT
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[SCAN] and press the [ENTER] key. Make sure the
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[ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
AGING
[

Do the AGING with the head set at the HIGH


position for its safety.

18

Clear the motor working hours.


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MENU] > [MOTOR GROUP] > [MOTOR HOURS S] >
[CLEAR] and press the [ENTER] key. The motor working
hours will be reset to 0.

AGING
SCAN

SERVICE MENU
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HISTORY MENU
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4 Adjustment
4-1 Special Tools
Table shows a list of special tools recommended by Roland DG Corp.

Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name

ST-056
TORQUE DRIVER N6
HEAD ALIGNMENT
ST-002
TENSION GAUGE 300g (3N)

Purpose

Tool Pressure Adjustment

Tool No.
Tool Name

ST-006
WHITE DUMMY PEN
Tool Height Adjustment
Tool Pressure Adjustment

Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose
Tool No.
Tool Name
Purpose

ST-011
TENSION METER
WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT
ST-013
DIAL TENSION METER DT-100 (100g/1N)

Tool Pressure Adjustment


ST-037
CLEAN STICK TX712A

Manual Head Cleaning


21755107
CLEANING LIQUID (SL) 500ML
HEAD CLEANING (SOL)
22085118
KIT,CLEANING (SL)
HEAD CLEANING (SOL)
* Cleaning Liquid + Cleaning Sticks 10 pcs.

4-1

4-2 SERVICE MODE


[

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] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
SERVICE MENU
HEAD RANK

HEAD RANK
HEAD 1

HEAD RANK 1
1234567 (1/5)

HEAD RANK
HEAD 2

HEAD RANK 2
1234567 (5/5)

This menu is used for entering the HEAD RANK for each HEAD with 35 digit number and alphabet.
The digits can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys and parameters can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings. Warning sound comes out when the CHECK SUM is not correct.

SERVICE MENU
SERIAL NO.

SERIAL NO.
ZR50000
This menu is used for entering the Serial No. of the machine.
The digits can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys and parameters can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys.

SERVICE MENU
CAP&WIPER CHECK

CAP&WIPER CHECK

NOW PROCESSING..

CAP&WIPER CHECK
COMPLETED
This menu is used for checking the CAP & Wiper movement.
1. Move the Carriage to the position where it is above the Platen by hand.
2. Press the [ENTER] key to check the Cap, Wiper, Cap Motor, Cap Sensor, Wiper Motor and Wiper Sensor.
3. Checking finishes when the COMPLETED message appears.

SERVICE MENU
SENSOR CHECK

FRSHOCPLWcw
***
**

1234
* EC

This menu displays the status of the sensors. When the sensor is ON, * will be displayed.
Alphabet in the menu stands for F: Front Paper Sensor, R: Rear Paper Sensor, S: Crop-mark sensor,
H: Head Lock Sensor, O: Limit Sensor,C: Front Cover Sensor, P: Maintenance Cover Sensor,
L: Sheet Load Sensor, W: Pinch Roller Sensor, c: Capping Sensor, w: Wiper sensor,
P: Display in the Maintenance Cover Sensor
R : I/S Cover is ON.
L : Maintenance Cover is ON.
* : I/S Cover & Maintenance Cover are ON.
Blank : I/S Cover & Maintenance Cover are OFF.
Alphabet of the 2nd page stands for Cartridge Sensor of each color and Ink Empty.
Blank : No Cartridge, Ink remaining
C : Cartridge installed, Ink remaining
E : No Cartridge, Ink empty
* : Cartridge installed, Ink empty

SERVICE MENU
CARTRIDGE

CARTRIDGE
IC CHECK

IC CHECK
SLOT 1

INSERT

IC CHECK
SLOT 1

ERROR

IC CHECK
SLOT 1

OK

Error

Normal
Set the cartridge to the slot
in order from SLOT1 to SLOT4.

IC CHECK
COMPLETED

4-2

Detection, writing, and reading of an ink cartridge IC are performed, and a device and a communication way are checked.
The existence of the driver for IC detection are checked first.
It becomes the following display when the abnormalities are found on the driver.

IC CHECK
SYSTEM ERROR
Next, the communication check of cartridge IC is performed for every slot.
When a cartridge is inserted to the slot, it checks by establishing communication with cartridge IC automatically.
When it is able to check normally, [OK] is displayed.
When the cartridge is taken out, the number of the slot put into the next is directed.
The cartridges are checked in order from No.1 to No.12 by taking out and inserting.
If the check is completed to No.12 normally, the following indication is displayed and it ends.
When the [ENTER] key is pressed, it returns to the [IC CHECK] menu.

IC CHECK
COMPLETED
If the communication with cartridge IC are not established, the following indication is displayed and it ends.

CARTRIDGE
SLOT 1
ERROR
Note
* The cartridge with IC is used for checking here.
* No record to the IC is performed at all when checking.
(Although the number of times of taking out and insertion of a cartridge is originally counted,
a part to have taken out and inserted with the check is not counted.)
* Check if the cartridge sensor works correctly before performing this check.

CARTRIDGE
SLOT 1

Set the cartridge to the slot


in order from SLOT1 to SLOT4.

CARTRIDGE
SLOT 4

SL1 : SERIAL
1402A30C010000A5

Serial number of the ink cartridge IC


is displayed.

SL1 : INK TYPE


eSOL K

Ink type of the ink cartridge IC


is displayed.

SL1 : CAPACITY
200cc

Ink capacity of the ink cartridge IC


is displayed.

SL1 : LOT NO.


40218A

Lot number of the ink cartridge IC


is displayed.

SL1 : CONSUM.
1.704cc

The amount of the ink used of an ink


cartridge IC is displayed.

SL1 : TIME
0y000d00h00m00s

The using time of an ink cartridge


is displayed.

SL1 : INSERT
1 times

The number of times of insertion of


an ink cartridge is displayed.

SL1 : FLAG
00000000

The flag information of an ink cartridge


is displayed.

The various information currently recorded on the ink cartridge IC is read for every cartridge slot.
It becomes as follows when an error occur in a certain state.

SLOT1
NO CARTRIDGE

Ink cartridge is not inserted.

SLOT1

Ink cartridge without IC is inserted.

NO IC CHIP
SLOT1
SYSTEM ERROR

The system is abnormal at wire disconnection and short-circuit,


driver breakage, etc.

SLOT1

Data error

DATA ERROR

SERVICE MENU
KEY CHECK

KEY CHECK
NONE
This menu is used for checking the panel keys.
[NONE] will be displayed at the bottom row of the LCD if no key is pressed.
The name of the key being pressed will be displayed.
This menu finishes when the [ ] key is pressed or it is left without pressing any key for 10 seconds.
When there is any keythat has not been pressed, the name of the key will be indicated with the beep sound.
Secondary power cannot be turned off even pressing the SUB POWER SW while in this mode.

4-3

SERVICE MENU
LCD/LED/BUZ CHK

As per display
This menu is used for checking the LCD, LED and the Buzzer. While in this mode, the function check of the LCD, LED and the Buzzer
can be performed. All turning ON/OFF test of the LED, Contrast ON/OFF test of the LCD, back light test of LCD, Buzzer ON/OFF test,
Displaying the Cursor key of the LCD, all characters of LCD will be displayed.

SERVICE MENU
FAN CHECK

FAN CHECK

This menu is used for checking the FAN. FAN will be ON (HIGH) while in this mode.

SERVICE MENU
HEATER CHK

PRINT
DRYER

_ 25 C
25 C

PRINT
DRYER

_ 40 C
*
25 C

This menu is used for checking the heater and thermistor.


When this menu is selected, detected temperature of the PRINT HEATER and the DRYER will be displayed.
You can select PRINT or DRYER with [ ] and [ ] keys.
When ENTER key is pressed, selected heater becomes [ON].
When ENTER key is pressed again, selected heater becomes [OFF].
*In this menu, you can just turn ON and OFF the heater, and the temperature can not be controlled.
Please note the heater may be overheated, if you keep the heater turned on.
When you go out of this menu,heater becomes off automatically.
Please check if the heater temperature goes up if it is turned on, and the heater temperature is near the ambient temperature if it is off.

SERVICE MENU
THERMISTOR CHK

THERMISTOR CHK
HEAD :26 C/ 77 F
The temperature detected by the thermistor on the Head will be displayed. Temperature will be displayed in Celsius on the left side
and in Fahrenheit on the right side. It tends to display a higher temperature than the environment temperature because there is a
possibility that the device temp. of the Head Board goes up. Check and make sure that the temperature displayed on the LCD is not
extremely low or high.

SERVICE MENU
LINEAR ENCODER

*This menu is displayed when the pinch rolls are not downed.
This menu is continued when the pinch rolls are downed.

LOWER PINCHROLL

NOW PROCESSING..
normal
(beep 1 time)

error (beep 2 times)

LINEAR ENCODER
SETUP COMPLETED
LINEAR ENCODER
SETUP FAILED

This menu is for checking the Linear Encoder. Refer to [LINEAR ENCODER SETUP].

SERVICE MENU
LINEAR CALIB.

NOW PROCESSING..
normal
(beep 1 time)

LINEAR CALIB.
SETUP COMPLETED
LINEAR CALIB.
0.18%

error (beep 2 times)

LINEAR CALIB.
SETUP FAILED

This menu is used for checking the calibration value for Encoder Scale. Refer to [Linear Encoder Setup].

SERVICE MENU
CAP ADJUST

CAP ADJUST
ADJUST POD.

ADJUST POD.
0.00
-2.00

CAP ADJUST
CHECK GAP

CHECK GAP
0.00

Use with [ ] and [ ] keys to change the cap


adjustment value.
The setting range is from -2.00 to +2.00.
It can be adjusted in 0.25 mm unit.
The default value is 0.00.
The cap can only be moved in the upward direction
in 0.25 mm unit. When you move in the downward
direction, press [ ] key to move the cap to the
lower end once and then move in the upward
direction in 0.25 mm unit.

To adjust the cap adjustment value and check the height of the cap, refer to the instruction of the [CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT].

4-4

SERVICE MENU
CROPMARK SENS

CROPMARK SENS
OUTLEVEL CHECK

MIN 0.7V MAX 2.3V


[ 2.0V ]

This menu is for checking output level of cropmark sensor. Refer to [Cropmark sensor adjustment].

ADJUST
+2

CROPMARK SENS
ADJUST

0 ~ +2

+1
Default : 0

This menu is for adjusting output level of cropmark sensor. There are three levels, 0, +1, and +2, in a setting value.
When detection of CROP MARK does not work with an default value, detection of CROP MARK may succeed by adjusting this value.

SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

FORCE ADJUST
30gf

30gf
17
0~ 30

200gf
56

FORCE ADJUST
200gf

31~ 80

16
Default : 17

57
Default : 56

This menu is for adjusting the Tool Pressure. Refer to [TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT].

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST

BIAS
TEST PRINT

HEAD ADJUST
BIAS

BIAS
--- VIEW --VERTICAL
TEST PRINT

HEAD ADJUST
VERTICAL

VERTICAL
--- VIEW --HEAD ADJUST
HORIZONTAL

HORIZONTAL
TEST PRINT
Change parameter with

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT1

key

H2
2
-30~30(0.5unit)

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT3
HEAD ADJUST
BI-DIR.DEFAULT

H2
2

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
TEST PRINT
Change parameter with

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
ADJUST DT1

H1
12

key

H2
11
0~60(0.5unit)

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
ADJUST DT3

STANDARD HEAD
1
1

HEAD ADJUST
STANDARD HEAD

This menu is used for adjusting the head alignment. Refer to [HEAD ALIGNMENT].

4-5

H1
12

H2
11

SERVICE MENU
SERVO LOCK

SERVO LOCK
S:

100

SERVO LOCK
S:*

SERVO LOCK
F:

SERVO LOCK
F:*

This menu is used for checking whether the Servo Motor can perform the Servo Lock.
This menu makes the Servo free.
The value on the LCD changes depending on the head position when you move the carriage left and right
by hand, if the motor feeds back right. When the [ENTER] key is pressed, the Servo Motor will be excited.

SERVICE MENU
DISP SCAN POS

M: 1000.123mm
L: 999.222mm
This menu displays the position of the TOOL CARRIAGE and the HEAD CARRIAGE from the standard position.
M : The position of the TOOL CARRIAGE that has been detected by the MOTER ENCODER.
L : The position of the HEAD CARRIAGE that has been detected by the LINEAR ENCODER.

SERVICE MENU
AGING

AGING
SCAN

SCAN
NOW AGING

AGING
FEED

FEED
NOW AGING

AGING
BOTH

BOTH
NOW AGING

AGING
CUTTING

CUTTING
NOW AGING

AGING
CONNECT

CONNECT
NOW AGING

When the [ENTER] key is pressed, the HEAD CARRIAGE stops Aging and moves back to the locking position.
Make sure not to perform Aging for a long time when the machine is filled with ink to prevent the ink from drying up.

SERVICE MENU
CALIB.DEFAULT

CALIB.DEFAULT
TEST PRINT
CALIB.DEFAULT
SETTING

SETTING
+0.06%

+0.10%

This menu is used for Calibration. Refer to [CALIBRATION].

SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOl ADJ.
TEST PRINT

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
FEED SETTING

FEED SETTING
-0.15mm -0.23mm

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
SCAN SETTING

SCAN SETTING
-0.40mm -0.40mm

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
AUTO

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
REMOVE CROPMARK
CROP-TOOL ADJ.
COMPLETED

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
TEST PRINT 2

This menu is used for adjusting the position of Tool/Crop Mark Sensor. Refer to [Tool/Crop Mark Sensor Position Adjustment].

4-6

SERVICE MENU
PRINT&CUT ADJ.

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
TEST PRINT

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
FEED SETTING

FEED SETTING
-0.15mm -0.23mm

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
SCAN SETTING

SCAN SETTING
-0.40mm -0.40mm

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
AUTO

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
COMPLETED

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
TEST PRINT 2
Change parameter with

key

F:+0.30 ---S:-0.40 ----

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
SETTING 2

(-5.00~+5.00) 0.01unit
[MENU] key
This menu is used for Print/Cut position Adjustment. Refer to [Print/Cut Position Adjustment].

SERVICE MENU
TEST PATTERN

TEST PATTERN
HORIZONTAL
It is for checking the Head Alignment in Horizontal.

TEST PATTERN
BI-DIR.
It is for checking the Head Alignment in Bidirection.

TEST PATTERN
FILL
100% fill pattern of all heads will be printed. Printing is done by 720 x 720dpi / 16 pass.

TEST PATTERN
BI-DIR.CHECK
It is for checking the shifting with Bidirection printing. It will be printed in a whole width of the media.

SERVICE MENU
CLOCK CHECK

CLOCK CHECK
CLEAR BAT FLAG

CLOCK CHECK B
0y000d00h00m00s

This menu is used for checking the REAL TIME CLOCK. Time being passed after the clock has started to work will be displayed.
(Year / Day / Hour / Minute / Second) When battery is run out, [B] will be displayed at the upper right corner of the LCD.
In this case, battery has to be replaced. However, the flag won't be cleared even if battery is replaced.
Make sure to clear the flag by entering the Battery Flag Clear Menu and then pressing the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
DIP SW CHECK

DIP SW CHECK
0000 0000
bit # [ 1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8]

This menu is used for checking the DIP SW on the MAIN BOARD. Status of bit#1 ~ #8 of the DIP SW will be displayed as 0 for
OFF and 1 for ON.

SERVICE MENU
PUMP CHECK

PUMP CHECK
PUMP SUCTION

NOW PROCESSING..

PUMP CHECK
PUMP RELEASE

NOW PROCESSING..

This menu is used for checking the Pump Motor. Rotation for Ink Suction Direction and Ink Drain Direction can be checked.
Rotation check will stop after 5 seconds.

4-7

SERVICE MENU
WIPER CHECK

NOW PROCESSING..
Finished

WIPER CHECK
FAILED !!
error (beep 2 times)

This menu is used for checking the Wiper movement. It moves the wiper back and forth 20 times after moving aside the Tool
carriage. If the machine detects the motor loses steps, an error message appears. But the machine sometimes can't detect it.
It is necessary that the technician himself/herself checks the wiper motor doesn't lose steps by seeing the movement and
hearing the sound.

SERVICE MENU
CHANGE INKTYPE

CHANGE INKTYPE
e SOL4 e SOL4
It is used for changing the Ink type compulsorily. Head Cleaning or Ink Fill won't be performed as in the
User's Mode. It is used for correcting the Ink type in case it is set to a wrong type by mistake.
INK TYPE PIG 4
Pigment
DYE 4
Dye
e SOL4
(ECO-SOL)
SUBL.4
*1
UNKNOWN Not being selected
*1 It is displayed when sublimation ink is supported.

SERVICE MENU
CAP&WIPER CTRL

CAP
OPEN

CAP&WIPER CTRL
CAP

CAP
UP
WIPER
FRONT

CAP&WIPER CTRL
WIPER

WIPER
REAR
It is used for moving up / down the cap.
OPEN / UP
Make sure not to open the cap for a long time in order to prevent the ink from drying up.
It is used for moving the wiper back and forth.
It can be moved at two-level [FRONT / REAR].
** Please make sure the position of the Cap and Wiper when you move the Carriage by hand.
Please make sure the position of the Carriage (especially Heads) when you move the Cap and Wiper by hand.

SERVICE MENU
PORT CHECK

DETECTING...
00:
0B

Waiting for Data Input

USB
5A:

Data Input from the USB Port

1024B

This menu is used for checking the Data Input from the USB port.
The Check Sum and the size of the input data will be displayed on the bottom row.
Check Sum will be indicated on the left side and the size of the input data will be indicated on the right side.
The Check Sum and the size of the input data will be cleared when pressing the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
TIME OUT

TIME OUT
10 sec 10 sec
This menu is used for setting the Time Out.
If the data transmission from the host stops for a set time, the machine recognizes that 1 printing has been done.
Default : NONE

SERVICE MENU
MAINTE. MSG.

MAINTE. MSG.
NONE 100 hours
This menu is used for setting the Maintenance time. If the printing time reaches the set time, the Maintenance message appears.

SERVICE MENU
HEATER ADJUST

PRINT HEATER
0
-3

HEATER ADJUST
PRINT HEATER

-5~+5

DRYER

HEATER ADJUST
DRYER

-3
-5~+5

This menu is used for setting the offset value of print heater and dryer. The heater is controlled based on the offset temperature.

4-8

SERVICE MENU
PREHEAT TEMP.

PREHEAT TEMP.
35 C
35 C
OFF, 20~40 C
This menu is used for setting the preheat temperature of the print heater.
In this menu, the temperature of [PREHEAT] under the [PREHEATING] in the USER MENU can be set.
The range which user can set by [HEATER CONFIG] becomes more than the temperature set in this menu.

SERVICE MENU
HEAT TIMEOUT

HEAT TIMEOUT
OFF
10min
OFF,10~30min

This menu is used for setting time to display a check message during temperature control of the print heater when printing starts.
When temperature control is not completed even if time passes, and printing cannot be started, the message of "CHECK HEATER
VOLTAGE SETTING" is displayed.

SERVICE MENU
SYSTEM SWITCH

SYSTEM SWITCH
PAGE12:00000000

SYSTEM SWITCH
PAGE1: 00000000
bit# [87654321]

This menu is for changing the functions of the machine. Normally, it is not necessary to change any switches.
Each bit can be selected with [ ] and [ ] keys and it can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys.
There are 12 pages of 8 bit System Switch.

Bit
Contents
PAGE1: Bit 1 Front Cover Sensor
PAGE1: Bit 2 I/S Cover Sensor
PAGE1: Bit 7 Presetting for Offset Value Menu
PAGE2: Bit 1 Cutting Heavy Mode

Settings
0 : Standard 1: Always closed status
0 : Standard 1: Always closed status
0 : Disable
1: Enable
0 : Normal
1: Cutting with Heavy Mode
0 : Disable

Default Setting
0
0
1
0

1: Enable

PAGE2: Bit 5 Cartridge exchange during printing

0
* Printing doesn't stop for 5 seconds even if ink cartridge is removed.

PAGE3: Bit 1 Heater support

PAGE3: Bit 2 Heater -related setting for printing test patterns

0 : Disable

1: Enable

0 : Reflect

1: No Reflect

* When 1 is set, setting of [FULL WIDTHS] and [SCAN INTERVAL]


in the USER MENU is applied for printing on the test pattern.
0 : Disable
1: Enable

PAGE6: Bit 8 Heater operation in the service mode

0
* Heater becomes on even if the machine is in the service mode.

SERVICE MENU
HISTORY MENU

HISTORY MENU
MOTOR GROUP

SHOT COUNT 1
26103 KShot

SHOT COUNT 1
CLEAR

All the records regarding the usage of the machine will be displayed. When [ ] and [ ] keys are
pressed, each title will be displayed on the top row and the parameters will be displayed on the bottom
row. Refer to the table on the next pages. Each parameter can be cleared when the [ENTER] key is pressed
while the CLEAR is displayed in the menu.

SERVICE MENU
REPORT

REPORT
SERVICE REPORT

SERVICE REPORT
HEAD H1
H1/H2

REPORT
HISTORY REPORT

HISTORY REPORT
HEAD H1
H1/H2

REPORT
INKCRT. REPORT

INKCRT. REPORT
HEAD H1
H1/H2

REPORT
SERIAL
- Service Report will be printed. Information necessary for service activity will be printed together with
the system report. It will be printed in A4 size with either left or right head.
- History Report will be printed.
- Serial Report Menu will be printed through the RS-232C Serial with the special tool.
(9600bps, N, 8, 1 Xon/Xoff)

4-9

Contents of History Report


MOTOR GROUP
Item
MOTOR HOURS F
MOTOR HOURS S
PUMP TIMES
CLEAR ALL

Contents
Total time that the Feed Motor has been rotated.
Total time that the Scan Motor has been rotated.
Total time that the Pump Motor has been rotated.
Clear all the values in the Motor Group.

HEAD GROUP
Item
SHOT COUNT 1
SHOT COUNT 2
SHOT COUNT 3
SHOT COUNT 4
WIPE H1
WIPE H2
RUB H1
RUB H2
CLEAN AUTO H1
CLEAN AUTO H2
CLEAN N, H1
CLEAN N, H2
CLEAN M, H1
CLEAN M, H2
CLEAN POW, H1
CLEAN POW, H2
FILL INK H1
FILL INK H2
HEAD WASH H1
HEAD WASH H2
PUMP UP H1
PUMP UP H2
CLEAR H1
CLEAR H2
CLEAR ALL

Contents
Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 left).
Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 right).
Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 left).
Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 right).
Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H2).
Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H1).
Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H2).
Clear all the values of the H1.
Clear all the values of the H2.
Clear all the values of all the Head.

MAINTENANCE GROUP
Item
Contents
COUNT
Number of times the Head Maintenance has been performed.

Unit
hour
hour
times

Unit
Shots/1000
Shots/1000
Shots/1000
Shots/1000
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times
times

Unit
times

Reference
Life : 2000 hours
Life : 50000 hours

Reference
Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle
Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle
Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle
Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle
Nozzle surface reliability
Nozzle surface reliability
Nozzle surface reliability
Nozzle surface reliability

Reference

TOTAL TIME

Lapsed time from the last Head Maintenance.

hours

This value is cleared automatically


after the Head Maintenance.

PRINTING TIME

Printing time from the last Head Maintenance.

hours

This value is cleared automatically


after the Head Maintenance.

hours

This value is cleared by pressing


the ENTER key after LCD displays
[TIME FOR SPONGE REPLACE]
or selecting [CLEAR] in [SPONGE
HOURS] in [MAINTE. GROUP].

SPONGE HOURS

The actual time the machine performs printing.

CLEAR ALL

Clear all the values in the MAINTENANCE GROUP.

WIPE GROUP
Item

Contents

Unit

WIPING COUNT

Number of times the Wiping has been performed.

times

RUBBING COUNT

Number of times the Rubbing has been performed.

times

WIPE REPLACE
CLEAR ALL

Number of times the Wipe has been replaced.


Clear all the value in the WIPE GROUP.

times

PRINT GROUP
Item
PRINTING TIME
PIGMENT PAGES
DYE PAGES
ECO-SOL PAGES
SUBL. PAGES
HEAD LOW
HEAD HIGH
CLEAR ALL

Contents
Total time of printing performed.
Number of pages printed with Pigment Ink.
Number of pages printed with Dye Based Ink.
Number of pages printed with ECO-Sol Ink.
Number of pages printed with Sublimation Ink
Number of pages printed with head low
Number of pages printed with head high
Clear all the values in the PRINT GROUP.

Unit
hours
pages
pages
pages
pages
pages
pages

CUTTING GROUP
Item
CUTTING TIME
DISCONNECT
CLEAR ALL

Contents
Total time of cutting performed
Number of times the cutting carriage is disconnected from printing carriage.
Clear all the values in the CUTTING GROUP.

Unit
hours
times

Contents
Number of times the Ink Cartridge 1 has been changed.
Number of times the Ink Cartridge 2 has been changed.
Number of times the Ink Cartridge 3 has been changed.
Number of times the Ink Cartridge 4 has been changed.
Number of times the Ink Type has been changed.
Clear all the values in the INK GROUP.

Unit
times
times
times
times
times

Reference
This value is cleared automatically
after replacement.
This value is cleared automatically
after replacement.

Reference
Time of the Test print is not included.

Reference
Time of the test print is not included.

INK GROUP
Item
CARTRIDGE 1
CARTRIDGE 2
CARTRIDGE 3
CARTRIDGE 4
CHANGE INK
CLEAR ALL

4-10

Reference

HEATER GROUP
Item
PRINT USE TIME
PRINT ON TIME
PRINT ON COUNT
DRYER USE TIME
DRYER ON TIME
DRYER ON COUNT
CLEAR ALL

Contents
Total hours the print heater has been used.
Total hours the print heater has been on.
Total hours the print heater has been powered on.
Total hours the dryer has been used.
Total hours the dryer has been on.
Total hours the dryer has been powered on.
Clear all the values in the HEATER GROUP.

Unit
hours
hours
times
hours
hours
times

Reference

ERROR GROUP
Item
SERVICE CALL
S-CALL HISTORY
MOTOR ERROR F
MOTOR ERROR S
LOW TEMP.ERR.
HIGH TEMP.ERR.
PROTECT PUMP

Contents
Number of times the Service Call has occurred.
Service Call Number in the last 5 times.
Number of times the Servo Error (Feed Motor) has occurred.
Number of times the Servo Error (Scan Motor) has occurred.
Number of times the Low Temperature Error has occurred.
Number of times the High Temperature Error has occurred.
Number of times the Protect Pump Error has occurred.

Unit
times
No.
times
times
times
times
times

Reference

EMERG. CAPPING

Number of times the Emergency Capping Error has occurred.

times

START UNCAPPED
HEATER VOLTAGE

Number of times the machine starts with the uncapped.


Number of times the Heater Voltage Error has occurred.

times
times

I/C IC ERR

Number of times the ink cartridge IC system is unusual.

CLEAR ALL

Clear all the values in the ERROR GROUP.

SYSTEM GROUP
Item
POWER ON COUNT
POWER ON TIME
SLEEP TIME

times

Contents
Number of times being powered on.
Total times that the machine has been on.
Total times that the machine has been in sleep mode.

Unit
times
hours
hours

SHEETCUT COUNT

Number of times the Sheet Cut has been performed,

times

CLEAR ALL

Clear all the values in the SYSTEM GROUP.

4-11

Number of times it is capped


compulsorily to protect the head
from drying up when the head is
out of the cap more than 10 min..

Number of times disconnection, or


an error occurs when an ink
cartridge IC system causes
abnormalities and it becomes
impossible to read information from
IC more short.

Reference
Sleep time is not included.
It counts Auto Sheet Cut performed
both by command and panel.

Service Report
Roland SP-300/300V
Model

: SP-300/300V

Ink remain(1-4)

: 78/70/66/77

Version
Serial No.
Ink type

: 1.20
: ZR50100
: ECO-SOL 4Color

Head Temperature
Heater temp.(Print)
Heater temp.(Dryer)

: 29 C / 84.2 F
: 36 C / 96 F
: 37 C / 98 F

Edge detection
Empty mode
Calibration
Media clamp
Full width scanning

: ENABLE
: Stop
: 0.00%
: SHORT
: ENABLE
: H1
H2
: 0
0
: 0
0
: 0
0
: 0
0
:
: 50 gf
: 20 cm/s
: 0.250 mm
: 20cm/s

Length unit
Temperature unit
Menu language
Sleep
Sleep interval
Scan interval
Vacuum power
Heater setting(Print)
Heater setting(Print)
Preheating

:mm
:C
: English
: ENABLE
: 30 min
:
0.0sec.
: AUTO
: 40 C / 104 F
: 40 C / 104 F
: PREHEAT

Cutting calib. (F/S)


Print-cut adjust (F/S)
Cutting priority
Prefeed

:
0.00/ 0.00%
:
0.00/ 0.00%
: COMMAND
: DISABLE

Bi-dir. adjust

No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4

Tool Parameter
Force
Velocity
Offset
Up Velocity

Service Report
Head rank H1
H2
Dip SW
System SW

: 5CY2F2FVWU0UVQS . . . . . . . . . . . .

30S. . D

: 5E0252FTZVZUVQR . . . . . . . . . . . .
005. . D
: 01000000
page1..4 : 01000000 00000000 01100001 00000000
page5..8 : 00000000 00000100 00000000 00000000
H1

Head hori. (DT1)


(DT3)
Head bi. (DT1)
(DT3)
Limit position
Cutter Down Position
Calibration default
Encorder position (L)
Encorder position (R)

:
:
: +22
: +18
:
:
:
:
:

H2
+1
+1.5
+22
+18
19.5mm
1156.8mm
-0.22%
965.4mm
203.4mm

Environment match
Encoder calibration

:
:

+0.042%
+0.042%

Maintenance request
Booter version
Battery
Heater adjust (Print)
Heater adjust (Dryer)
Preheat temperature
Heating timeout
Force adjust 30gf
Force adjust 30gf
Crop-tool adjust (F/S)
Print-cut adjust (F/S)
Crop sensor adjust (F/S)
Timeout

4-12

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

NONE
1.0
Charged
0C
0C
35 C
20 min
16
56
- 0.27/ +0.56m
- 0.32/ +0.44m
0
NONE

History Report
History Report
Model
Version
Motor group
Motor hours (feed)
Motor hours (scan)
Pump times
Head group
Shot count H1 ( 1, 2)
H2 ( 3, 4)

: SP-300/300V
: 1.20

Serial No.

:
:
:

0 hours
0 hours
2,862 times

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

1,676
13,395
H1
18
0
5
2
0
0
2
2
0

: ZR50100

9,191 K shot / nozzle


2,913 K shot / nozzle

H2
Wiping count for head
18 times
Rubbing count for head
0 times
Auto cleaning count
5 times
Normal cleaning count
2 times
Medium cleaning count
0 times
Powerful cleaning count
0 times
Fill ink count
2 times
Head wash count
2 times
Pump up count
0 times
Maintenance group
Count
:
0 times
Total time
:
845 hours
Printing time
:
5 hours
Sponge hours
:
0 hours
Wiper group
Wiping count
:
0 times
Rubbing count
:
0 times
Wiper replace count
:
0 times
Print group
Printing time
:
0 hours
Print pages by Pigment
:
0 pages
by Dye ink
:
0 pages
by ECO-SOL
:
62 pages
Ink group
Cartridge change (1-4)
:
0
0
0
0
times
Change ink type
:
0 times
Error group
Service call count
:
0 times
Service call history
: ****
**** **** ****
****
Motor error (feed)
:
0 times
Motor error (scan)
:
1 times
Low temperature error
:
0 times
High temperature error
:
0 times
Protecting pump error
:
0 times
Emergency capping
:
0 times
Start uncapped
:
6 times
Heater voltage error
:
0 times
System group
Power on count
:
82 times
Power on time
:
34 hours
Sleep time
:
0 hours
Sheet cut count
:
15 times
Heater group
Heater used time
(P/D):
6
5 hours
Heater on time
(P/D):
3
2 hours
Heater on count
(P/D):
288
196 hours
Cutting group
Cutting time
:
0 hours
Disconnect carr. count
:
0 times

4-13

Other Factory Mode

SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE


[

],[

] , [ ENTER ] + POWER ON

INITIALIZE ALL
SYS.PARAMETER

INITIALIZE
COMPLETED

The machine becomes on by turning the sub power switch


while pressing [ ], [ ] and [ENTER] keys.
Initialize can be performed by pressing the [ENTER] key.
It can also be canceled by pressing the [POWER] key.
The power will be off automatically when initialize is completed.
It is necessary to do the LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE after this operation.
The error message [SERVICE CALL 0101] will appear
if you don't setup the LIMIT POSITION.

DISPLAYED LANGUAGE
AND UNIT

SERVICE REPORT_PRINTING

[ MENU ] + POWER ON

Roland SP-300
Ver.1.00

MENU LANGUAGE
ENGLISH

] + POWER ON

SERVICE REPORT

Turn on the sub power switch while


pressing [ ] key.
Service Report can be printed on the A4
size media.
The printing will be performed in Black.
* Please print the [History Report] from
the Service Mode.

SETUP SHEET

ENGLISH/JAPANESE

LENGTH UNIT
mm
INCH
mm/INCH

TEMP. UNIT
C
F
C/ F

4-14

Key Combination
Service Menu
Combination Key Selection

Service Menu Item

Comments

Service Mode

Sub Power

Press [Menu] and [


Service Menu.

Upgrade F/W

Sub Power

[Are you sure?] will be displayed.


Press [ENTER] to upgrade F/W.

Main Power

Use this when the main board is


replaced.

ENTER

[SUM-ERROR] will be displayed.


Press [ENTER] to upgrade F/W.

Sub Power

All parameters will be initialized.


Press [ENTER] to start Initialize.

Sub Power

Press [
] while aligning Carriage
to cap Heads.
Press [ENTER] and set up Cut
Down Pos. Press [ENTER].

Installing F/W
Main Power
System Parameter
Initialize

ENTER

Limit/Cut Down

History Report
(REPORT)

Service
Menu

REPORT

] to enter

Select [HISTORY REPORT] and


press [
].
Select [HISTORY REPORT] Then, select Head and press
[ENTER] to print History Report.

Service Report

Sub Power

Service Report (Adjustment value)


will be printed.

Users Menu
Users Menu Item
Language/Unit

Combination Key Selection


Menu

Comments

Sub Power

Press [
]/[
Language.

] to select

Manual Cleaning

Cleaning

Sub Power

Select [CLEANING] and Press


[ENTER].
Carriage moves to the maintenance
position on the left hand side.

Wiper Replace

Cleaning

Sub Power

Press [
] one time and
press [ENTER].

4-15

4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE (Referential Time : 3min.)

Connect the PC that the SP-300/300V windows driver


is installed in and SP-300/300V with a USB CABLE.
It is necessary to prepare the followings to upgrade the FIRMWARE.
1. Firmware Disk
2. Windows PC (OS Windows2000/XP)
* The SP-300/300V windows driver needs to be installed in the PC.
3. Peck.exe
4. USB cable

Confirm that main power of SP-300/300V is turned "on


" and sub power is turned "off".
Double-click Peck.exe to start the Peck.

[SUM ERROR] is displayed when the Main


Power SW is turned on if the new Main board
is replaced.
In case of that, press [ENTER] to execute the
installation.
Or refer to step 8 [F/W installation when the
Main Board is replaced].

SUM-EEROR

WAITING

4-16

[Peck] screen is displayed.


Click [Select Port] button.

[Select Port] screen is displayed.


Select [SP-300] / [SP300V] in the [Product] column.
Confirm that [via USB] is checked.
Click [OK].

[Peck ]screen is displayed again.


Click [Firmware Upgrade] button.

[Open] screen is displayed.


Select the firmware file, and click [Open].
Peck starts to send the firmware to the machine.

4-17

Machine goes into Firmware Upgrade mode


automatically.
When upgrade is completed, sub power SW will be
turned off automatically.

NG

DATA ERROR

ERASING
>

NG

DEVICE ERROR

WRITING
<

NG

DEVICE ERROR

VERIFYING
<

NG

DEVICE ERROR

SP-300
>

V1.00

COMPLETE

[F/W installation when the Main Board is replaced]


Make sure the Main power SW is OFF and then turn on
the Main power SW again while pressing [W], [ X] and
[ T] keys.

], [

], [

] + MAIN POWER ON

VERSION UP SURE?

Press [ENTER] to execute the installation.


Send the firmware using the Peck.
WAITING

4-18

4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT (Referential Time : 25 min._1 Head Alignment)


[About HEAD ALIGNMENT]
HEAD ALIGNMENT is necessary to obtain the good printing quality.
If the heads are not aligned, printing problems, such as banding, fine lines, gap between bands, could occur.

Remove the I/S COVER.

Remove the CARRIAGE COVER.

Remove the DAMPER PLATE.

I/S COVER

CARRIAGE COVER

DAMPER PLATE

4-19

Remove the HEAD BOARD COVER (Clear Cover).

HEAD BOARD COVER

Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Setup the PET film on the machine.

], [

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

[BIAS ADJUSTMENT]
Select the [BIAS] > [TEST PRINT] menu under the
6
[HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
BIAS
[ ]

BIAS
TEST PRINT
[ ]

TEST PATTERN shown in the right figure will be


printed.

K&C M&Y

4-20

Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order as shown


in the figure.

Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn.


If the screws are loosened too much,
adjustments could not be performed correctly.

Insert the 1.5 mm Hexagonal Wrench to the hole of the


HEAD CARRIAGE, then, turn the screw so that the lines
of each color in the test pattern will be straight.
*Reference*
Position of the printing moves 1 line by turning
the screw 3/4 turn.

Adjustment
Screw

Hole for inserting


the Hexagonal Wrench

- When the upper lines are the left side of the lower
lines, turn the screw CW.
- When the upper lines are the right side of the lower
lines, turn the screw CCW.

4-21

10 Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the reverse order


when fixing with using the TORQUE DRIVER (ST-056).

Torque for tightening is 2kgf cm (20cNm).


Make sure not to tighten the screws too tightly.

11 Print the test pattern again.

If the result is NG, repeat 6 ~ 10 .

The shifting of lines should be within 1/2 dot.

4-22

[VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT]
Select the [VERTICAL] > [TEST PRINT] under the
12
[HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
VERTICAL
[ ]

VERTICAL
TEST PRINT
[ ]

13 TEST

PATTERN shown in the right figure will be


printed.

BK MG BK

14

Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order as shown


in the figure.

Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn.


If the screws are loosened too much,
adjustments could not be performed correctly.

15 Turn the ADJUSTMENT SCREW so that the lines of each


color in the test pattern will be straight.

*Reference*
Position of the printing moves 1 line by turning
the screw 30 degrees.

ADJUSTMENT SCREW

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- When the M lines are above the K lines, turn the


Adjustment Screw CW.
- When the M lines are below the K lines, turn the
Adjustment Screw CCW.

Adjust the M/Y Head on the basis of the K/C


Head. It is not necessary to adjust the K/C
Head.

16 Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the reverse order


when fixing with using the TORQUE DRIVER (ST-056).

Torque for tightening is 2kgf cm (20cNm).


Make sure not to tighten the screws firmly.

17 Print the test pattern again.

If the result is NG, repeat 12 ~ 16 .

The shifting of lines should be within 1/2 dot.

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[ HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT ]
Select the [HORIZONTAL] > [TEST PRINT] in the
18
[HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
HORIZONTAL
[ ]

HORIZONTAL
TEST PRINT
[ ]

19 Following TEST PATTERN will be printed.

Find the position where the block of M and Y color matches that of the K and C color and check the number.
In case of having problem deciding the number, the number between the 2 numbers can be selected.
The number with
is the current setting.

H2
DT3

-20

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

+1 +2 +3 +4 +5

+6

+20

-20

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

+1 +2 +3 +4 +5

+6

+20

H2
DT1

20 Select [DT1] and [DT3] in the [HORIZONTAL] menu


and enter the parameters checked at 19 with [
[
] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

] and

HEAD ADJUST
HORIZONTAL

Parameters can be entered with an


increment of 0.5.

4-25

HORIZONTAL
TEST PRINT

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT1

H2
2

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT3

H2
2

[BIDIRECTION ADJUSTMENT]
21 Select [BI-DIR.DEFAULT] > [TEST PRINT] in the
[HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
HEAD ADJUST
[ ]

HEAD ADJUST
BI-DIR.DEFAULT
[ ]

BI-DIR.DEFAULT
TEST PRINT
[ ]

22 Following TEST PATTERN will be printed.

Find the position where the upper block matches the lower block and check the number.
In case of having problem deciding the number, the number between the 2 numbers can be selected.
The number with
is the current setting.

H2
H1
DT3

+9 +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21

+40

+9 +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21

+40

H2
DT1

H1

23 Select [DT1] and [DT3] and in the [BI-DIR. DEFAULT]


menu and enter the parameters checked at 22
with [
] and [
] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

HEAD ADJUST
HORIZONTAL

Parameters can be entered with an


increment of 0.5.

4-26

HORIZONTAL
TEST PRINT

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT1

H2
2

HORIZONTAL
ADJUST DT3

H2
2

24

Fix the HEAD BOARD COVER (Clear Cover).

HEAD BOARD COVER

25

Fix the DAMPER PLATE.

DAMPER PLATE

4-27

4-5 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE (Referential Time : 10min.)
[About LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE]
This is used to detect the distance between the Limit Sensor and the Capping Position. After completing the
detection, the distance from the Cut Down Position to the Limit Sensor will be detected. When the Limit
Position is not correctly set, locking problem could occur.

Remove the I/S COVER.

Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys.

I/S COVER

],[

],[

] + POWER ON

LIMIT INITIALIZE
MENU

MOVE TO CAP POS

Connect the Tool carriage and Head carriage.


Push the HEAD CARRIAGE leftward and check if it is
locked.
If it is locked, proceed to the next step.
If it is not locked, move the HEAD CARRIAGE
rightward until it will be locked.
After the HEAD CARRIAGE is locked, push the
Head Carriage to the left until it stops because
there is a play with the HEAD CARRIAGE.

4-28

Cap the HEADs by moving the CAPPING UNIT with


[ ] and [ ] keys.

Make sure the HEADs are capped correctly.


If the WHITE GUIDEs of the CAPPING UNIT come
inside from the BLACK GUIDEs of the HEAD
CARRIAGE at either side, the capping position is not
OK. Proceed to the next step.
If the capping position is OK, press [ENTER] and
proceed to 12 .

BLACK
GUIDE
OK

OK

NG

WHITE
GUIDE

Remove the PUMP COVER.

PUMP COVER

Unlock the carriage, and move the carriage out of the


CAPPING UNIT leftward by hand.

4-29

NG

Loosen four screws for fixing the CAPPING UNIT.

4 screws for fixing the CAPPING UNIT

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE to the lock position by


hand.

After the HEAD CARRIAGE is locked, push the


Head Carriage to the left until it stops because
there is a play with the HEAD CARRIAGE.

Adjust the position of CAPPING UNIT by moving it left


and right by hand so that the caps come straight below
the each head.
Move the CAPPING UNIT up and down with the cursor
keys, and cap the heads at that position.

10

Fix the four screws for fixing the CAPPING UNIT at that
position.
Press the [ENTER] key.

4 screws for fixing the CAPPING UNIT

4-30

11

Fix the PUMP COVER.

PUMP COVER

12

Confirm the CAPPING UNIT is capped at correct


position, press [ENTER] Key again.
After the LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE is completed,
the message appears as shown in the figure.

DETECTING..

SETTING UP
CUTTER DOWN POS

13 TOOL CARRIAGE will be separated from the HEAD

CARRIAGE. Move the TOOL CARRIAGE with your


hand until it makes full contact with the LEFT FRAME
and make the cutter down.

14 Carry out the CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE by


pressing [ENTER] key.

DETECTING..

INITIALIZE
COMPLETED

4-31

4-6 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP (Referential Time : 5min.)


[About LINEAR ENCODER SETUP]
LINEAR ENCODER SETUP is necessary for the machine to recognize the width by the software coordinates.
It is also necessary for checking whether the encoder module can read the scale correctly in the whole width.

Lower the Pinch Rollers.


Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the
machine.
Then, turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ],
[ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select the [LINEAR ENCODER] menu in the SERVICE


MENU and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU
LINEAR ENCODER

NOW PROCESSING..
POS:
1361.00mm

Either of the messages will appear at the completion


of the set up.
In case of SETUP error, check the followings.
1. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER SCALE.
2. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER MODULE.
3. ENCODER SCALE is not between the
ENCODER MODULE.
4. Backlash of the CARRIAGE MOTOR GEAR
and the DRIVE GEAR.
5. Fixation between the CARRIAGE and the CARRIAGE
WIRE.
6. Bad Contact in the cables.

4-32

LINEAR ENCODER
SETUP COMPLETED
LINEAR ENCODER
SETUP FAILED

When Linear Encoder Setup is completed, carry out the


[LINEAR CALIB.] in the Service Menu.

SERVICE MENU
LINEAR CALIB.
[ENTER]

NOW PROCESSING..

LINEAR CALIB.
SETUP COMPLETED

LENEAR CALIB.
0.18%

In case of an error, check the followings.


1. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER SCALE.
2. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER MODULE.
3. ENCODER SCALE is not between the
ENCODER MODULE.
4. Backlash of the CARRIAGE MOTOR GEAR
and the DRIVE GEAR.
5. Fixation between the CARRIAGE and the
CARRIAGE WIRE.
6. Bad Contact in the cables.

LINEAR CALIB.
SETUP FAILED

4-33

4-7 CROP MARK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 10min.)

[About CROP MARK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT]


This adjustment is for adjusting the sensitivity of the CROP MARK SENSOR.
If not adjusted, crop marks can not be read correctly and result in a problem that
the cutting shifts from the printing.

Remove the I/S COVER,LEFT COVER, FRONT


COVER and FRONT RAIL COVER.

FRONT RAIL COVER

LEFT COVER
I/S COVER
FRONT COVER

Remove the TOOL CARRIAGE COVER and


CARRIAGE BOARD COVER.

CARRIAGE BOARD COVER

TOOL CARRIAGE COVER

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Set the SV-GG media on the machine, and lower the
Pinch Rollers.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

4-34

Select [OUTLEVEL CHECK] under the [CROPMARK


SENS] menu.
Press the [ENTER] key, and the Crop Mark will be
printed. Then the TOOL CARRIAGE moves on the
Crop Mark automatically.

SERVICE MENU
CROPMARK SENS

[ ]
CROPMARK SENS
OUTLEVEL CHECK

Adjust the VR on the CARRIAGE BOARD so that the


"MAX" voltage displayed on the LCD will be 2.5 +/- 0.2V.

VR

The voltage displayed in the LCD decreases


for some degree due to the ink drying.

MIN 1.9V MAX 2.6V


[ 2.4V ]

Perform [OUTLEVEL CHECK] again and make sure


that the voltage is correct value.
If it is out of range, adjust it again.

MIN 1.9V MAX 2.6V


[ 2.4V ]

4-35

4-8 TOOL / CROP MARK SENSOR POSITION ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 10min.)

[About TOOL/CROP MARK SENSOR POSITION ADJUSTMENT]


This adjustment is for calibrating the shifting in the relative positions of Tool and Crop Mark
Sensor. If it is not adjusted, the position of the Crop Marks can not be detected correctly,
and that results in a problem that the cutting shifts from the printing.
There are two adjusting ways prepared in this Mode, Manual and Auto.
We recommend to carry out the Manual Adjustment for the more accurate adjustment.

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Set the SV-GG media on the machine and lower the
Pinch Rollers.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

[MANUAL ADJUSTMENT]
Select [TEST PRINT2] under the [CROP-TOOL ADJ.]
2
menu.
Test Pattern will be printed and cut when the [ENTER]
key is pressed.

SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
TEST PRINT 2
[ENTER]

From the Test Pattern, find the value where the printing
line matches the cutting line.
In this case, the correction value for the scanning
direction is "-0.3".

<TEST PATTERN>

Correction-value scale

+2.0

-2.0

+1.5

-1.5

+1.0

-1.0

+0.5

-0.5

-0.5

+0.0
+2.0

+1.5

+1.0

+0.5

+0.0

-0.0
Scan

Feed

-2.0

-1.5

-1.0

-0.5

-0.0

Cutting line

4-36

Select [SCAN SETTING] from the [CROP-TOOL ADJ.]


menu and enter the correction-value found in the Test
Pattern.

SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
SCAN SETTING

SCAN SETTING
-0.40mm -0.40mm
[ENTER]

Select [FEED SETTING] from the [CROP-TOOL ADJ.]


menu and enter the correction-value found in the Test
Pattern.

SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
FEED SETTING

FEED SETTING
-0.15mm -0.23mm
[ENTER]

Select [TEST PRINT] under the [CROP-TOOL ADJ.]


menu.
Test Pattern will be printed and cut when the [ENTER]
key is pressed.

SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
TEST PRINT
[ENTER]

If the cutting line is shifted from the printed image, fine


adjust the error in Scan Direction and Feed Direction in
the step 4 and 5 .

4-37

[AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT]
Setup the Vinyl Sheet (note : Vinyl should be black and
8 the backing should be white.) on the Machine.
Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]
and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select [AUTO] under the [CROP-TOOL ADJ.] menu.


Crop Mark will be cut when the [ENTER] key is pressed.

MENU
SERVICE MENU
SERVICE MENU
CROP-TOOL ADJ.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
AUTO
[ENTER]

10

While the Vinyl is still set on the Machine, peel off the
Crop Mark being cut when the message shown in the
right figure is displayed on the LCD.
Then, press the [ENTER] key.
CROP-TOOL ADJ.
REMOVE CROPMARK
[ENTER]

11

TOOL / CROP MARK SENSOR ADJUSTMENT will be


done automatically.

CROP-TOOL ADJ.
COMPLETED

4-38

4-9 PRINT / CUT POSITION ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 10min.)


[About PRINT / CUT POSITION ADJUSTMENT]
This adjustment is for calibrating the relative positions of printing and cutting.
If it is not adjusted, it could result in a problem that the cutting shifts from printing.
There are two adjusting ways prepared in this Mode, Manual and Auto.
We recommend to carry out the Manual Adjustment for more accurate adjustment.
Before doing this adjustment, perform [ENV.MATCH].
* Make sure to use the SP-300 Firmware Ver.4.0 or later.

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Set the SV-GG media on the machine and lower the
Pinch Rollers.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select [SETTING2] under the [PRINT&CUT ADJ.]


menu and press the [X] key to enter the menu in the
right figure.

Three marks are not printed unless [TEST


CUT] is pressed in the state of a screen*.

SERVICE MENU
PRINT&CUT ADJ.

PRINT&CUT ADJ.
SETTING2
[]

F: 0.40 ---S:-0.50 ----

Press the [TEST CUT] key to execute printing the Test


Pattern. The marks are printed in the right edge, the
left edge and middle of the media (Three position)
and each frame of the marks is cut.
At this time, if the [TEST PRINT] key is
pressed, the mark is printed in the right edge
of the media (only one position) and a frame
of the mark is cut.
The dotted line shows cutting line.

4-39

Check the gap between the marks and cutting line.

The gap of the print & cut might be different.


It depends on the position.

The dotted line shows cutting line.

Input the values by pressing [S],[T],[W] and [X] keys


to minimize the gap between the print and the cut at the
3 positions. An input is performed per 0.01mm unit.
(cutting position moves by this operation)
Press [ENTER] to save the adjustment value.

F: 0.40 ---S:-0.50 ----

F:

F: 0.40 +0.01mm
S:-0.50 -0.20mm

For the check, press the [TEST CUT] key again and
perform the printing of a test pattern. Check the mark
printed / cut and gap of each mark and a cut line.
Adjustment has been completed if the quantity of
the gap in three points (the right, the left and
middle) is the minimum. If you can still see the large
gap, repeat the procedures 3-5.

[ENTER]

F: 0.41 ---S:-0.70 ----

S:

To escape from the input screen of an


adjustment value, press the [MENU] button.
Please be careful that the adjustment value
changes if the [S],[T],[W] or [X] key is pressed
at this time.

Before

After

The dotted line shows cutting line.

4-40

4-10 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION) (Referential Time : 15min.)


[About CALIBRATION]
CALIBRATION is for calibrating the media feeding amount.
It calibrates the manufacturing tolerance of the Grit Roller diameter to make it possible to feed media for a
correct amount.
Calibration is done by using the PET-G in the Factory.
If it is not adjusted, banding or white lines appears in the printing result with an incorrect printing length.

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
Set the PET-G on the machine and lower the Pinch
Rollers.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select the [TEST PRINT] menu under the [CALIB.


DEFAULT] menu and press the [ENTER] key.
SERVICE MENU
CALIB.DEFAULT

CALIB.DEFAULT
TEST PRINT

TEST PATTERN will be printed.


Calibrating amount can be calculated with the formula
shown at 4 based on the printing result.
400mm
Feed

TEST PATTERN is always printed with Offset


0.00%. Therefore, TEST PATTERN is not
changed even if you change the value in the
[SETTING] menu.

500mm
Scan

4-41

Calculate the amount to be calibrated with the formula


shown at the right figure.
1. CA = Calibrating Amount
2. CL = Commanded Length (=400mm)
3. ML = Measured Length

FORMULA
CA = CL - ML x 100
ML

Select the [SETTING] menu under the [CALIB.


DEFAULT] menu and change the amount to be
calibrated with [ ] and [ ] keys.
Press the [ENTER] key to save the setting.

Parameters can be entered with an increment


of 0.02%.
(MAX. +2.00% ~ MIN. -2.00%)

SERVICE MENU
CALIB.DEFAULT

CALIB.DEFAULT
SETTING

SETTING
+0.00%

4-42

+0.14%

4-11 TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 20min.)


[About TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ]
This adjustment is for getting correct Tool Pressure when cutting is performed.
When this adjustment is not performed correctly, lines are cut like dashed lines or
lines may be cut strongly beyond necessity.

Remove the I/S COVER,LEFT COVER,FRONT


COVER and FRONT RAIL COVER.

FRONT RAIL COVER

LEFT COVER
I/S COVER
FRONT COVER

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
[

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select [FORCE ADJUST] in the SERVICE MODE.

When you enter the [FORCE ADJUST] menu,


you can move only the TOOL CARRIAGE.

MENU
SERVICE MENU

SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

4-43

Remove the TOOL CARRIAGE COVER.

TOOL CARRIAGE COVER

Put the WHITE DUMMY PEN (ST-006) on the TOOL


CARRIAGE.

Lower the PINCH ROLLERs at both edges of the GRIT


ROLLER.

Move the carriage to the right end of BED.

There is no H mark on this machine.

4-44

WHITE DUMMY PEN

Turn the ADJUSTMENT SCREW to adjust the


clearance between the pen tip and the BED to 2.5 ~
2.6mm.

ADJUSTMENT
SCREW

Carry out [TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT] after


this adjustment.

4-45

BED

4-12 TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 15min.)


[About TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT]
This adjustment is for having the correct tool pressure.
Perform this adjustment at the right end of BED. There is no H mark.

Remove the I/S COVER,LEFT COVER,FRONT


COVER and FRONT RAIL COVER.

FRONT RAIL COVER

LEFT COVER
I/S COVER
FRONT COVER

Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
[

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select [FORCE ADJUST] in the SERVICE MODE.


MENU
SERVICE MENU

When you enter the [FORCE ADJUST] menu,


you can move only the TOOL CARRIAGE.
SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

4-46

Put the WHITE DUMMY PEN (ST-006) on the TOOL


WHITE DUMMY PEN
CARRIAGE.

Lower the PINCH ROLLERs at both edges of the GRIT


ROLLER.

Move a carriage to the right end of BED.

There is no H mark on this machine.

Select [30gf] under [FORCE ADJUST] menu.


Press the [TEST CUT] key and move the TOOL down.

SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

FORCE ADJUST
30gf

30gf
17

16
[TEST CUT]

4-47

Pull up the Handle part of the TOOL HOLDER with the


DIAL GAUGE (ST-013) and measure the pressure
when the pen tip leaves the BED.

ST-013

Adjust the parameter in the [30gf] menu with [ ] and


[ ] keys so that the pressure will be 25 ~ 35gf(0.25N ~
0.35N).
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.
30gf
TOOL HOLDER

17

16
[ ][ ]
[ENTER]

Select [200gf] under [FORCE ADJUST] menu.


Press the [TEST CUT] key and move the TOOL down.

SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

FORCE ADJUST
200gf

200gf
56

57
[TEST CUT]

10 Pull up the Handle part of the TOOL HOLDER with the


TENSION GAUGE (ST-002) and measure the pressure
when the pen tip leaves the BED.
Adjust the parameter in the [200gf] menu with [ ] and
[ ] keys so that the pressure will be 195 ~ 205gf (1.9N
~ 2.0N).
Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

ST-013

200gf
56

TOOL HOLDER

57
[ ][ ]
[ENTER]

11 Enter [30gf] menu under [FORCE ADJUST] menu for


checking again.
Press the [TEST CUT] key and move the TOOL down.

SERVICE MENU
FORCE ADJUST

FORCE ADJUST
30gf

30gf
17

16
[TEST CUT]

4-48

12 Pull up the Handle part of the TOOL HOLDER with the


DIAL GAUGE (ST-013) and confirm the value when the
pen tip leaves the BED.
If the value is 25 ~ 35gf (0.25N ~ 0.35N), it is OK.

ST-013

If it is out of the range, adjust it again.

TOOL HOLDER

4-49

4-13 CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 10min.)

Remove the I/S COVER,LEFT COVER,FRONT


COVER and FRONT RAIL COVER.

FRONT RAIL COVER

LEFT COVER
I/S COVER
FRONT COVER

Loosen the screws shown in the figure.

Measure the wire tension with the TENSION METER


(ST-011) at the center of the LM GUIDE.

Adjust the tension with the ADJUSTMENT SCREW so


that it will be as 6.5lb ~ 7.5lb when replacing the wire, or
4.5lb ~ 5.5lb in other cases.
4.5lb ~ 5.5lb is the optimal wire tension. The value for
the wire tension when replacing the wire is set on the
assumption that the tension will get settled in the
optimal wire tension 4.5lb ~ 5.5lb, due to the stretch of
the wire.

4-50

Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ], [ ]


and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.
[

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select the [SCAN] menu under the [AGING] menu and


press the [ENTER] key to start AGING.

SERVICE MENU
AGING
[ ]

AGING
SCAN
[ ]

After moving the HEAD CARRIAGE back and forth 20


times, press the [ENTER] key to finish the AGING.
Then, check the tension again.
If the tension changes, adjust it again.

Tighten the screws shown in the figure after completing


the adjustment.

4-51

Check and make sure that the tension is within the


range.
If not, adjust it again.

4-52

4-14 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 5min.)


[About CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT]
CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT is to adjust the height of the cap.
It must be done when you remove or replace the cap unit and replace and adjust the carriage unit. If this
adjustment has not been done there is a possibility that a CAP OPEN SUCTION is not performed correctly.
This adjustment can be performed in firmware version 2.10 and above.
*CAP OPEN SUCTION is an operation to suck ink without the heads capped. This can remove the ink
accumulated on the Cap surfaces due to the flushing done above the Caps.

Lower the Pinch Rollers.


Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the
machine.
Then, turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ],
[ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[ MENU ] key
Menu
SERVICE MENU

Select the [CAP ADJUST] menu in the SERVICE


MENU and select [ADJUST POS.].
When the carriage is not in the capping position,
press [ ] key to move the cap lower and then move the
carriage to the capping position.

-Note that the caps do not contact the head.


-When you press the [ ] key, the cap moves
to the position in the setting value -2.00 mm.
-It is only possible to move the cap stepwise
to the upward direction in the [ADJUST POS.]
menu. When you move the cap in the
downward direction, press [ ] key to move
the cap lower end once and then move
upward direction in 0.25 mm unit.

4-53

SERVICE MENU
CAP ADJUST

CAP ADJUST
ADJUST POS.

Carriage

Cap

Move the cap upward to the position that the cap


contacts exactly to the head, then press [ENTER] to
update the adjustment value.
-When you press [ ] key, the cap moves to the upward
direction in 0.25 mm unit.
-When you press [ ] key, the cap moves to the position in the
setting value -2.00 mm.
-When you press[ ] key, the adjustment value is not updated
and the capping is carried out and then exiting the menu.

Head

Cap

Enter the [CHECK GAP.] menu in the [SERVICE


MODE] to check the cap adjustment value.
The cap moves to the same position as the CAP OPEN
SUCTION is performed. Check if there is the gap between the
cap and head.

[CHECK GAP.] is the menu to check the gap


between the caps and head. For adjustment,
use the [ADJUST POS.] menu.

4-54

Gap

5 Supplemental Information
5-1 SENSOR MAP
(Front View of the machine)

LIMIT SENSOR
It detects the origin of the Carriage Moving Direction
and the limit.

FRONT PAPER SENSOR

I/S COVER SENSOR

It detects the front edge of the media.

It detects whether the I/S Cover is opened or


closed.

FRONT COVER SENSOR

HEAD LOCK SENSOR

It detects whether the Front Cover is opened


or closed.

It detects wheter the HEAD CARRIAGE is at locking


position or not.

(Rear of the machine)

MAINTENANCE COVER SENSOR

REAR PAPER SENSOR

It detects whether the Maintenance Cover is


opened or closed.

It detects the rear edge of the media and also


whether the media is set or not.

SHEET LOAD SENSOR


It detects whether the Sheet Loading Lever
is UP or DOWN.

INK CARTRIDGE SENSOR


It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is installed or not.

INK EMPTY SENSOR


It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is empty or not.

5-1

WIPER SENSOR
It detects the limit position of the Wiper
moving in back and forth.

CAPPING SENSOR
It detects the limit position of the Capping Unit.

ENCODER MODULE
It detects coordinates for Carriage Moving
Direction.

PINCH ROLLER SENSOR


It detects the Pinch Rollers when setting up media.

CROP MARK SENSOR


It detects the Crop Mark.

THERMISTOR (HEAD)
It takes the temperature around the Head.
The black and cyan Head is used for the measurement.

THERMOSTAT
If the Heater exceeds the limit temperature, it stops the power supply.

THERMISTOR (HEATER)
It takes the temperature of the Heater.

5-2

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 INK DROPS ON MEDIA / WHITE FINE LINE / BANDING / MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING
/ BLURRED PRINTING
NO
1

CHECKING POINT
Temporary clogging
in nozzles

ACTION
Manual Head cleaning

REFERENCE
Users Manual

OUTLINE
Nozzle condition becomes poor due to the foreign substance
attached to the surface of the head or very slight drying of the
ink.
The amount of the ink which can be accepted is different
between the each media. If the ink amount is not proper, the
printing image becomes blotted or banding appears in the
printing image because of too much ink. It is necessary to do
the Calibration when printing on the media which has a different
thickness. If the Calibration is not adjusted properly, white lines
or banding appear because of the bad feeding amount.

Wrong setting for


the media

Apply correct setting

Transformation of Cap

Cap Top Replacement

[3-3 CAP TOP


REPLACEMENT]

Cleaning is not performed efficiently and the white or dark lines


appear in the printing image.

Wiper wears out

Wiper Replacement

[3-2 WIPER
REPLACEMENT]

Wiper cannot remove the foreign substances stuck on the


surface of the head. In that condition, ink is not fired properly
and the white or dark fine lines appear in the printing image.

Foreign substances

Manual Cleaning

Users Manual

When foreign substances are stuck on the surface of the head,


ink is not fired properly resulting in the white or dark fine lines in
the printing image. The same thing happens when foreign
substances are stuck on the cleaning wiper or cap, because the
head cleaning cannot be performed efficiently in that condition.

Pump tube is clogged

Pump Replacement

[3-6 PUMP
REPLACEMENT]

Cleaning is not performed efficiently because ink is not sucked


well. As a result, white or dark lines appear in the printing
image.

Ink Damper is clogged

Replace Ink Damper

Ink is not supplied to the head properly. As a result, the white or


dark lines appear in the printing image, or printing becomes
scratchy.

Replace Ink Cartridge

When the ink cartridge is approaching to its empty, the negative


pressure of the ink increases resulting in the scratchy printing or
missing dot due to lack in ink supply. When the [INK
CONTROL] in the menu is set to [LATER], the machine doesn't
stop the job when the ink cartridge becomes almost empty.

Ink cartridge is
almost empty

When the Bias or Vertical adjustment is not adjusted properly,


white or dark fine lines appear in the printing image. When the
Horizontal or Bi-direction adjustment is not performed properly,
banding appears in the printing image.

Head is out of adjustment

Head Alignment

[4-4 HEAD
ALIGNMENT]

10

Head Rank is incorrect

Set Head Rank

[3-1 HEAD
REPLACEMENT]

Head rank setting affects the amount of the fired ink. If it is not
set properly, the printing image becomes light or dark or blurred.

11

Broken Ink Tube

Ink Tube Replacement

[3-7 INK TUBE


REPLACEMENT]

When the Ink Tube is broken, ink flows through the head
nozzles and results in ink dropping.

12

Broken head
or
Life of head

Head Replacement

[3-1 HEAD
REPLACEMENT]

Ink cannot be fired correctly and results in missing dot when the
head is broken or reaches its life. When the head is electrically
broken, it sometimes prints unnecessary lines.

13

Broken Mainboard

Mainboard
Replacement

If the signal sent to the Head is not normal, the Head doesn't
work properly.

6-1

6-2 DOES NOT PRINT AT ALL


NO

OUTLINE

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

Ink Cartridge is
almost empty

Confirm remaining ink. /


Replace the Ink
Cartridge.

Users Manual

When the ink cartridge is approaching to its empty, the negative


pressure of the ink increases and ink is not fired properly due to
lack in ink supply. When the [INK CONTROL] in the menu is set
to [LATER] the machine doesn't stop the job when the ink
cartridge becomes almost empty.

Foreign substances

Manual Cleaning

Users Manual

When foreign substances are stuck on the surface of the head,


ink is not fired properly.

Wiper wears out

Wiper Replacement

[3-2 WIPER
REPLACEMENT]

It cannot remove the foreign substances stuck on the surface of


the head.

REFERENCE

Air bubbles in Ink line

Powerful Cleaning

Users Manual

Pump Tube is clogged

Pump Replacement

[3-6 PUMP
REPLACEMENT]

Ink Damper is clogged


or broken

Ink Damper
Replacement

Broken Ink Tube

Ink Tube Replacement

Broken Head
or
Life of Head

Head Replacement

10

Broken Mainboard

Mainboard Replacement

Cleaning is not performed properly because ink is not sucked


efficiently.
Ink is not supplied to the head properly.

[3-7 INK TUBE


REPLACEMENT]

Bad contact with Flexible


Cable
Re-fix / Replace Flexible
or Cut line in Flexible
Cable
Cable

If there are air bubbles in the link line, ink is sometimes not fired.
Air bubbles tend to go into the ink line by installing and
uninstalling the ink cartridge so many times. All the air bubbles
inside the lines can be removed by the powerful cleaning.

Ink is not supplied to the head properly.

When there is a bad contact with the Flexible cable connected to


the head, or there is a cut line in the Flexible cable, the head
doesn't work properly.
[3-1 HEAD
REPLACEMENT]

When the head is mechanically or electrically broken, the head


doesn't work properly.
If the signal sent to the Head is not normal, the Head doesn't
work properly.

6-2

6-3 SHIFTING IN PRINTING


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

Media is not set


correctly.

Set Media correctly.

Users Manual

Encoder Scale is dirty /


broken.

Clean or Replace
Encoder Scale.

[3-9 Encoder
Scale
Replacement]

Encoder Module is dirty


/ broken

Clean or Replace
Encoder Module

Head is out of position.

Head Alignment.

ABSORPTION FAN
is not working.

FAN Replacement

[4-4 HEAD
ALIGNMENT]

OUTLINE
Media is not set straight. Make sure to set the Media
straight referring to the Users Manual.
When Encoder Scale is dirty or broken, the printing
image can be shifted in a staircase pattern because the
printing position in the scanning direction cannot be
detected correctly.
When Encoder Scale is dirty or broken, the printing
image can be shifted in a staircase pattern because the
printing position in the scanning direction cannot be
detected correctly.
When the 2 heads are not aligned, the color shifting
occurs and when the bidirectional and horizontal
adjustment is not correct, the shifting occurs in every
band.
When the ABSORPTION FAN is not working, Media
floats on the BED and this results in the Shifting in
Printing.

6-4 VERTICAL BANDING


NO CHECKING POINT

Encoder Scale is
dirty.

LM Guide is dirty.

ACTION

Clean / Replace
Encoder Scale.

Clean LM Guide.

There is a dirt in
Clean Drive Gear.
teeth of Drive Gear.

There is a dirt in
Clean Motor Gear.
teeth of Motor Gear.

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

[3-9 Encoder
Scale
Replacement]

When there is scratch or dirt on the Encoder Scale,


the printing image could be affected and the
vertical bandings could be appeared at the position
where there is scratch or dirt. Use KIMWIPE for
cleaning or replace it. Never use chemicals, such
as alcohol, for cleaning.
When there is dirt on the LM Guide, the Head
carriage has the big moving resistance and the
printing image becomes to be changed from the
other part at the position where there is there is a
dirt . And it results in the vertical banding.
When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Drive Gear,
the movement of the Head Carriage is changed at
the position where there is a dirt. And it results in
the periodical vertical bandings.
When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Motor Gear,
the movement of the Head Carriage is changed at
the position where there is a dirt. And it results in
the periodical vertical bandings.

6-3

6-5 PRINT DOES NOT MATCH WITH CUT


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

Within tolerance

Explain to User

Elasticity in Media

The machine's
environment is not
optimized.

Carry out the


Environment
Matching.

Offset value of
Set the Offset value
[CUTTING ADJ.] is not
to zero (0).
zero (0). .

Print / Cut Position


Adjustment is not
correct

Calibration for Carriage


Moving Direction is not
correct

Print / Cut Position


Adjustment

Calibration

Crop Mark Sensor is


dirty

Clean the Crop Mark


Sensor

Sensitivity of Crop Mark


Sensor is low

Crop Mark Sensor


Adjustment

Tool / Crop Mark


Sensor Position
Adjustment is not
correct

Tool / Crop Mark


Sensor Position
Adjustment

REFERENCE

OUTLINE
Shifting of Printing and Cutting Position within +/-0.5mm
or within +/-0.3% of distance traveled is in tolerance.

Uses Manual

Media will expand or shrink depending on the


temperature and humidity. Therefore, if the elasticity
differs when printing and when cutting, Printing and
Cutting Positions will be shifted. By accustoming the
media to the environment before printing, it could make
the difference of elasticity minimum.
Carry out [ENV. MATCH] in User's menu. Cutting
position in the carriage moving direction is detected by
the Motor ENCODER while the printing position is
detected by the ENCODER SCALE. The ENCODER
SCALE expands and contracts depending on the
environment (temperature & humidity), and it causes the
Print/Cut shifting problem in the carriage moving
direction. (The shifting amount becomes bigger as it is
far from the carriage standby position.) This function
adjusts the machine to optimize its state to the
environment where it is used. This function is the same
adjustment as [LINEAR CALIB.] in Service menu.

Users Manual

When you are performing printing and cutting, use a


value of "0" the menu of [CALIBRATION] -- [CUTTING
ADJ.]. This setting is using the machine for cutting only.

[4-9 Print / Cut


Position
Adjustment]

Print / Cut Position Adjustment is to calibrate the error in


the relative positions of Head and Tool Carriage due to
the manufacturing tolerance and correct an error in
printing and cutting positions. Therefore, if this
adjustment is not performed correctly, printing and
cutting positions will be shifted.

Media Feeding amount is slightly different in each media


because of the difference in its thickness. When the
[4-10 Calibration]
feeding amount changes, landing position of the dots will
be changed and results in banding.
Print / Cut Offset Adjustment can not be done correctly
when the Crop Mark Sensor is dirty. When Crop Mark
Sensor is dirty, relative positions of Printing and Cutting
can not be corrected and cause printing and cutting
positions to be shifted.
[4-7 Crop Mark
Sensor
Adjustment]

When the sensitivity of Crop Mark Sensor is low, relative


positions of Printing and Cutting can not be corrected
and cause printing and cutting positions to be shifted.

Tool / Crop Mark Sensor Position Adjustment is to


calibrate the error in the relative positions of Tool and
Crop Mark Sensor. Therefore, printing and cutting
[4-8 Tool / Crop
positions will be shifted when the relative position of Tool
Mark Sensor
and Crop Mark Sensor is shifted from the correct
Position
position. And also, the Print / Cut Offset Adjustment is
Adjustment]
supposed to be done based on this adjustment.
Therefore, the printing and cutting position will shift even
if not Crop Marks are not used.

6-4

6-6 STITCH CUT


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

Blade tip is wearing out

Replace the Blade

When blade wears out, it will be caught by the vinyl and


results in stitch cut.

Blade Holder tip is


caught by the media

Don't use Blade


Extension Function

Blade holder tip gets caught by the vinyl depending on


the surface condition or type of media. In this case, try
cutting without using the blade extension function.

Scratch in Cutter
Protection

Replace the Cutter


Protection

Bearing inside Blade


Holder doesn't rotate
smoothly.

Replace the Blade


Holder

Tool Height is not


correct

Tool Height
Adjustment

Tool Pressure is not


correct

Tool Pressure
Adjustment

Holder part of Tool


Carriage / Tool
Carriage ASS'Y are
loose.

Tool doesn't move


up/down smoothly

Replace the Tool


Carriage

Solenoid Driver IC on
Servo Board is broken

Replace IC2 on the


Servo Board

[3-12 Cutter
Protection _
Replacement]

OUTLINE

Cutter Protection is where the blade lands for cutting. If


there is scratch in the Cutter Protection, blade is caught
by the vinyl because it sticks deeper into the vinyl and
results in stitch cut.
There are bearings inside the Blade Holder. When the
bearings don't rotate smoothly, direction of the blade
slightly shifts from the correct direction and therefore, it
will be caught by the vinyl which results in stitch cut.

When Tool Height is not adjusted, blade hits the Bed


[4-11 Tool Height strongly and bounces which results in stitch cut. In most
Adjustment]
cases, stitch cut at the beginning is caused by this
reason.
[4-12 Tool
Pressure
Adjustment]

When Tool Pressure is not adjusted, blade hits the Bed


strongly and bounces which results in stitch cut.

Fix Holder part of


When Holder part of Tool Carriage / Tool Carriage
Tool Carriage / Tool [3-4 Tool Carriage
ASS'Y are loose, the cutting is unstable and results in
Carriage ASS'Y
_ Replacement]
the stitch cut.
again.
When Tool doesn't move up and down smoothly, blade
[3-4 Tool Carriage sometimes hits the Bed strongly and bounces which
_ Replacement] results in stitch cut. In most cases, stitch cut at the
beginning is caused by this reason.
When Solenoid Driver IC breaks, sometimes high
pressure will be generated. In this case, blade hits the
Bed strongly and bounces which results in stitch cut.

6-5

6-7 START AND END POINTS DO NOT MATCH


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

Blade Offset doesn't


match with offset set in
the machine

Match Offset

User's Manual

Blade used on the machine has offset and therefore, tip


is shifted from its center. When the offset setting done
on the machine doesn't match with the blade offset,
offset correction won't be done. Therefore, the starting
and ending points won't match especially when cutting
circles.

Scratch in Cutter
Protection

Replace the Cutter


Protection

[3-12 Cutter
Protection _
Replacement]

Cutter Protection is where the blade lands for cutting. If


there is scratch on the Cutter Protection, blade doesn't
rotate smoothly and therefore, starting and ending point
won't match.

Blade tip is wearing out

Replace the Blade

When blade tip wears out, offset will be changed.


Therefore, as same as 1, the starting and ending point
won't match especially when cutting circles.

Bearing inside Blade


Holder doesn't rotate
smoothly

Replace the Blade


Holder

There are bearings inside the Blade Holder. When the


bearings don't rotate smoothly, direction of the blade
slightly shifts from the correct direction and therefore,
starting and ending points do not match.

Holder part of Tool


Carriage / Tool
Carriage ASS'Y are
loose.

Fix Holder part of


Tool Carriage / Tool
Carriage ASS'Y
again.

Tool Height is not


correct

Tool Height
Adjustment

Tool Pressure is not


correct

Tool Pressure
Adjustment

Motor Gear is meshed


too tight or too loose

Adjust Backlash

[3-4 Tool
Carriage _
Replacement]

When Holder part of Tool Carriage / Tool Carriage


ASS'Y are loose, the cutting is unstable and starting and
ending points do not match.

When Tool Height is not adjusted, blade hits the Bed


[4-11 Tool Height strongly and bounces. Therefore, the cutting at the very
Adjustment]
beginning won't be done and cause the starting and
ending points to be shifted.

[4-12 Tool
Pressure
Adjustment]

When Tool Pressure is not adjusted, blade hits the Bed


strongly and bounces. Therefore, the cutting at the very
beginning won't be done and cause the starting and
ending points to be shifted. And also, when the Tool
Pressure is set too high by the user, the blade offset
changes because the blade tip goes deep into the vinyl.
Therefore, the starting and ending points will be shifted.
When Motor Gear is meshed too tight or too loose, Tool
Carriage and Grit Roller will be driven unstable and
results in starting and ending points to shift.

6-6

6-8 DISTORTED FIGURE


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

Blade Holder is set


loose on Tool Carriage

Secure the Blade


Holder

User's Manual

When Blade Holder is set loose on Tool Carriage, the


blade tip becomes very shaky when cutting and results in
distorted figure.

Blade Offset doesn't


match with offset set in
the machine

Match Offset

User's Manual

Blade used on the machine has offset and therefore, tip


is shifted from its center. When the offset setting done
on the machine doesn't match with the blade offset,
offset correction won't be done and results in distorted
figure.

Blade tip is wearing out

Replace the Blade

When blade tip wears out, offset will be changed.


Therefore, it results in distorted figure like the way 2.

Bearing inside Blade


Holder doesn't rotate
smoothly

Replace the Blade


Holder

There are bearings inside the Blade Holder. When the


bearings don't rotate smoothly, direction of the blade
slightly shifts from the correct direction and results in
distorted figure.

Holder part of Tool


Carriage is loose

Replace the Tool


Carriage

When holder part of Tool Carriage is loose, direction of


[3-4 Tool Carriage
the blade slightly shifts from the correct direction and
_ Replacement]
results in distorted figure.

Tool Carriage is loose

Replace the Tool


Carriage

[3-4 Tool Carriage When the Tool Carriage is loose, the blade tip becomes
_ Replacement] shaky and results in distorted figure.

Motor Gear is meshed


too tight or too loose

Adjust Backlash

When Motor Gear is meshed too tight or too loose, Tool


Carriage and Grit Roller will be driven unstable and
results in distorted figure.

6-9 MEDIA SHIFTING


NO

CHECKING POINT

Flanges for the


Media is loose

ACTION

Fix the Flanges


with Stopper

REFERENCE

User's Manual

Flanges are not set


correctly to the
Setup Media again User's Manual
Media

Media is not set


straight to the
machine

Grit Roller is dirty

Pinch Roller is
wearing out

Grit Roller is loose

Setup Media again User's Manual

Clean the Grit


Roller

Replace the Pinch [3-11 Pich Roller


Replacement]
Roller

Fix the Grit Roller

OUTLINE

Media Flanges are fixed by the stoppers. If the


stoppers are not fixed, roll shifts to left and right
during media feeding and results in media shifting.
When the flanges are not fully inserted to the
media tube, media will be fed eccentric and results
in media shifting.
The most effective measure against media shifting
is to set the media straight to the machine. Small
tilting of the media when setting it up could result in
big shifting especially doing long print. It is
recommended to setup the media by adding
tension towards front and check the shifting by
prefeed function before actually start printing.
When dust such as pieces of vinyl is stick to the
grit roller, power to hold the media will be
weakened and results in media shifting. Use brush
to clean the Grit Roller.
When pinch rollers wear out, power to hold the
media will be weakened and results in media
shifting. Referential time for replacement of pinch
roller is 24 months.
When Grit Roller becomes loose, feeding amount
between left and right edges will be different and
results in media shifting.
6-7

6-10 MOTOR ERROR


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

When the edges of the media curls or the media


absorbs the Ink and becomes to be irregular
Remove cause of
Media Jam
surface of the media, the Head Carriage catches
Media Jam.
on the media during printing and results in the
Motor Error.
[3-5 Carriage When the Motor is broken or reaches its life, the
Broken / life of the
Motor
Motor
Motor cannot obey the order from the CPU and it
Motor
Replacement
Replacement] results in the Motor Error.
[3-13 SW Power When the Power Supply voltage for the Motor is
Power Supply
Replace Switching
Supply
not supplied, the Motor cannot move and it results
voltage for Motor is
Power Supply
Replacement] in the Motor Error.
not supplied
When the Servo Board is broken, the Power
Mainboard
Supply voltage for the Motor is not supplied and
Broken Motor Driver
Replacement
the Motor cannot move. It results in the Motor
Error.
When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Drive Gear
and it cannot rotate, the Motor Error occurs.

There is a dirt in
Clean Drive Gear.
teeth of Drive Gear.
Weight of Media
exceeds usable
Media.

When the weight of Media is too heavy, the Motor


Error occurs due to the too much load for feeding
Media.

Use usable Media.

MOTOR ERROR
< ERROR DESCRIPTION
SCAN MOTOR ERROR
CODE : 0000
0000

Display the axis which the Error happens.

Record for LAST ERROR


CURRENT ERROR
< ERROR LIST >
Bit
No.

MEANING

Feed Motor Deviation Error


Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 1
0004 (Big load is put on the motor movement
instantaneously.)
Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 2
(A little load is put on the motor
0008
movement for a long time.)

CAUSE

0001

0010

Scan Motor Deviation Error

Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 1


0040 (Big load is put on the motor movement
instantaneously.)
Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 2
(A little load is put on the motor
0080
movement for a long time.)

< User side >


1. Media Jam
2. Pull or Move the Carriage by hands.
3. Carriage runs into a thing/hands.
4. Media is stuck because the media end is not separated from the
paper tube.
5. Heavy media is used.
< Mechanical Side >
1. There is a bad contact/cut-line in the cable.
2. Screw fixing the tool carriage to wire is shifted.
3. Motor is broken./Life
4. Head/Servo Board is broken.

6-8

6-11 HEATER TEMPERATURE FAILS TO REACH THE PRESET VALUE


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

Voltage Switches are


not set correctly

Set the Voltage


Switches

Fuse is broken

Fuse Replacement

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

Defalt Setting : 220V to 240V


If the voltage switches are set to 230V and the
User's Manual voltage of 115V is applied to the Heater, Heaters
don't warm up because enough voltage is not
supplied.
If the fuse is broken, power can't be suppied to the
Heaters. Please check the cause of broken fuse
before replacing it. (short-circuit and others)

3 Cut-line in the Heater

Heater
Replacement

Thermistor
Replacement

If the thermistor can't take the temperature of the


Heater, the controller can't control the temperature
properly.

Thermostat
Replacement

Thermostat will stop supplying voltage


automatically for the safety if the temperature
exceeds the limit.
If the Thermostat is broken, Heater doesn't warm
up.

Thermistor is broken

5 Thermostat is broken

6-12 DOESN'T CONTROL THE TEMPERATURE


NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

Voltage Switches are


not set correctly

Set the Voltage


Switches

Thermistor is broken

Thermistor
Replacement

REFERENCE

OUTLINE

Defalt Setting : 220V to 240V


If the voltage switches are set to 230V and the
User's Manual voltage of 115V is applied to the Heater, Heaters
don't warm up because enough voltage is not
supplied.
Controller can not control the temperature because
the thermistor doesn't take the temperature of the
Heater.

6-9

6-13 ERROR MESSAGE


NO

CHECKING
POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

Service Call

Refer to Service Call

Refer to Service Call

Internal Error

Restart machine

OUTLINE

This message is displayed when an unexpected error happens.


In the most case, the error can be fixed by restarting the machine.
If the error still happens in spite of restarting the machine, it
sometimes could be solved by carrying out the Limit Initialization or
changing some setting values.

6-14 SERVICE CALL


CODE
No.

MEANING
CONTENTS
0002 Sub CPU
Disorder of communication with
Communication Sub CPU
Error

CAUSE
Sub Board does not work correctly.
Sub CPU does not work correctly.
There is a bad connection between Main
Board and Sub Board.

ACTION
1) Check Cable Connection between Main Board
and Servo Board
2) Servo Board Replacement
3) Main Board Replacement

0101 Limit Position


Error

Limit Initialization in Service Mode has


not been done.

1) Carry out Limit Position Initialize.

Even though the machine carries


out the regular movement, the
output of the Head Lock Sensor
does not reach the expected value.
0103 Limit Sensor
Even though the machine carries
Error
out the regular movement, the
output of the Limit Sensor does not
reach the expected value.
0104 Cap Unit
Even though the machine carries
Protection Error out the regular movement, the
output of Cap Sensor does not
reach the expected value.

Head Lock Sensor does not work


correctly or is broken.

1) Head Lock Sensor Replacement


2) Check the mechanical Backlash or loose with
the scanning axes.

Limit Sensor does not work correctly or


is broken.

1) Limit Sensor Replacement


2) Check the mechanical Backlash or loose with
the scanning axes.

Disorder of Cap Motor


Fault of Cap Unit
Fault of Cap Sensor
Cut-line or short-circuit of Cable and
Flexible Cable

1) Cap Motor Replacement


2) Cap Unit Replacement
3) Cap Sensor Replacement
4) Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement

0105 Tool Carriage


Connection
Error

Machine fails to connect the Tool


Carriage to the Head Carriage.

Fault of Tool Carriage Connection


Loose of Connection Part
Fault of the Limit Position Initialize value
Limit Sensor does not work correctly or
is broken.

1) Check the mechanical Backlash or loose with


the Tool Carriage part.
2) Lock Position Adjustment
3) Limit Position and Cut Down Position Initialize
4) Limit Sensor Replacement

0106 Tool Carriage


Disconnection
Error

Machine fails to disconnect the


Tool Carriage from the Head
Carriage.

Disorder of Cap Motor


Loose of Connection Part
Fault of the Limit Position Initialize value
Limit Sensor does not work correctly or
is broken.

1) Check the mechanical Backlash or loose with


the Tool Carriage part.
2) Lock Position Adjustment
3) Limit Position and Cut Down Position Initialize
4) Limit Sensor Replacement

Limit Initialization in the Service


Mode has not been done.

0102 Head Lock


Sensor Error

0107 Unset up of the Linear Encoder Setup has not been Linear Encoder Setup has not been
done.
Linear Encoder done.

1) Carry out Linear Encoder Setup.

0109 Wiper
Even though the machine carries
Protection Error out the regular movement, the
output of the Wiper Origin Sensor
does not reach the expected value.

1) Wiper Origin Motor Replacement


2) Wiper Unit Replacement
3) Wiper Origin Sensor Replacement
4) Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement

Disorder of Wiper Origin Sensor


Fault of Wiper Unit
Fault of Wiper Origin Sensor
Cut-line or short-circuit of Cable and
Flexible Cable
0110 Linear Encoder Input value from Linear Encoder is Read error of Linear Encoder
not changed when Linear Encoder Read error of Encoder on Scan Motor
Error
is set up the Origin.
side
When Motor stops during printing, Wire is not fixed to Head Carriage firmly.
Motor does not complete the
movement which is supposed to be
done.

1) Confirm whether Encoder Scale is between the


slit of Encoder Module in a whole width of the
machine.
2) Linear Encoder Replacement
3) Scan Motor Replacement
4) Confirm Cable Connection between Linear
Encoder Board and Print Carriage Board.
5) Confirm Connection between Wire and Head
Carriage.

6-10

CODE
No.

MEANING
0111 Tool / Crop
Error

CONTENTS
This error occurs when the
machine performs the Auto Crop
Mark Detection or the Auto Print /
Cut adjustment without the Tool /
Crop Mark Sensor Adjustment.

CAUSE
Tool / Crop Mark Sensor Adjustment
has not been performed.

0120 Thermistor
Error
(Print Heater)

Thermistor of the Print Heater


doesn't work correctly.

Thermistor of the Print Heater is broken. 1) Check the wirings of Print Heater
There is a cut-line/short in the wiring of 2) Thermistor Replacement
the Thermistor.

0121 Thermistor
Error
(Dryer)

Thermistor of the Dryer doesn't


work correctly.

Thermistor of the Dryer is broken.


There is a cut-line/short in the wiring of
the Thermistor.

0125 Heater Error


(Print Heater)

Print Heater doesn't work correctly. There is a cut-line/short in the wiring of


Temperature of the Print Heater is the Print Heater.
Thermostat is broken.
over 60 degree Celsius.
Thermistor is broken.

0126 Heater Error


(Dryer)

Dryer doesn't work correctly.


Temperature of the Dryer is over
60 degree Celsius.

There is a cut-line/short in the wiring of


the Dryer.
Thermostat is broken.
Thermistor is broken.

ACTION
1 ) Tool / Crop Mark Sensor Adjustment

1) Check the wirings of Dryer


2) Thermistor Replacement
1) Check the wirings of Print Heater
2) Thermostat Replacement
3) Thermistor Replacement
1) Check the wirings of Dryer
2) Thermostat Replacement
3) Thermistor Replacement

6-11

7 Service Activities
7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
Serial Number

User

Date

Minimum Space Required


SP-300/300V : 3.0m(w) x 1.8m(d) x 1.8m(h)

Classification
Purchase Loan Unit Demo Unit Replacement
Unpacking

Accessory Box

Accessory Box

7-1

Checking the Accessories

Power cord : 1

Arm (Right) : 1

Arm (Left) : 1

Stand legs : 2

Stays : 2

Shafts : 2

Bolts (Large) : 20

Bolts (Small) : 2

Hexagonal wrench : 1

Pipe : 1

Adjusters : 2

Media flanges : 2

Short Media clamps :

Long Media clamps :

Stoppers : 2

1 each on left and right (*1)

1 each on left and right

Ink-absorbing materials : 2

Stay mounting bracket : 1

separating knife : 1

Blade : 1

Cleaning cartridges : 2

Drain Bottles : 2

CD-ROMs : 2

Wrench :1

Replacement blade for

Blade holder : 1
Pin : 1

User's manuals : 4

Cleaning Kit

Cleaning sticks : 10

Tweezers : 1

*1 The media short media clumps are installed on the machine.

7-2

Wipers : 2

Assembling the Stand


1. Place the stand legs sideways and attach the stays.
Orient the stand legs so that the small side holes are on the inner side.
Using the stay mounting bracket, secure the stays in place with the included large bolts.
Tighten the bolts loosely.

The small side holes are


on the inner side.

Large Bolts

Stay mounting
bracket
Large Bolt

Stays

Hexagonal wrench
Pipe

Stand legs
Install the adjuster
not to earth when
setting up the
stand.
2. Set the stand upright and tighten the bolts securely.

3. Attach the included small bolts at the locations shown in the figure.

Small Bolt

Small Bolt

Attach each on the side without


the adjuster.

7-3

4. Mount the machine.


Orient the stand so that the side where you attached the small bolts is at the rear,
and place the machine on the stand.

Line up the bolts at the back


of the machine with the
fixtures on the stand.
Fix the stand onto the back of
the machine.
4 bolts each on the right
and left hand side.

Large Bolts

5. Use the included large bolts to secure the machine to the stand.

1. Turn the adjusters in the direction shown in the


figure to raise the casters off the floor.

Adjuster

Wrench
Caster
Adjust the clearance between
the caster and the floor to 5
milimeters or less.
A larger clearance may make
correct printing impossible.

2.Tighten the nut at the top of the adjusters securely.

Wrench

7-4

Installing the Included


Items
1. Attach the arms onto the back of the machine at the locations shown in the figure.
Attach the arms, and secure them using the included large bolts.

Arm (Left)

Arm (Right)
Large Bolts

Large Bolts

2. Pass the stoppers onto both ends of the shaft.


When passing the shaft through the stopper, be sure to loosen the screws on the stopper first.

Loosen the screw.

Let the stopper through the


h ft
Tighten the screw loosely.
Shaft
Stopper

7-5

Removing the
Transport bars
3. Attach the two shafts to the arms, and engage the brake. Install the shafts
so that the one with the stopper is in front of the back of the machine.

Shafts

Stoppers

4. Engage the brake


Using the machine with the brake disengaged may result in unstable media feed, leading to poor image quality.

Brake

7-6

Removing the
protective stuff

Front
1) Remove the packing.

2) Remove the packing

Then open the front cover.

inside the front cover.

5) Remove the packing.

3) Peel off the tape.

Then close the front cover.


4) Remove the retainer.

Rear

6) Attach the retainer


you removed in step4).

7-8

Installing the Drain


Bottle
1.Remove the bottom plug.
Use caution, because discharged fluid used in inspection may remain.

Bottom plug
It is needed when
moving the machine, so
do not discard it.
2.Install the drain bottle.

Drain bottle

Turn the bottle without applying


excessive force.

7-7

Connection

Connecting the Power Cord

Installation of VersaWorks (Only for SP-300V)


!! IMPORTANT !!
<System Requirements for Installing the Software>
Operating system :

Windows XP ServicePack 1 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4

CPU :

Conputer with Pentium 4 2.0GHz or faster recommended

Memory (RAM) :

512 MB (1 GB or more recommended)

Free hard-disk space required for installation : 100 MB


Free hard-disk space required as a working space : 1 GB or more recommended
Install key is required. Refer to Quick Start Guide for Roland VersaWorks.

Before printing

Set the Voltage Switch


!! IMPORTANT !!
Before switching on the power, set the voltage switch for the region where the machine is installed.
Change the setting for the language and Unit of Measurement.
You can change the setting for the language and the measurement unit used for the LCD by
turning on the Sub Power while holding down [MENU] key.
Fill Ink
!! IMPORTANT !!
2 pcs. of the SOL INK cleaning cartridges are required in this work.
Always be sure to gently shake the ink cartridge before you install it.
Match the machine to the environment where installed. (Perform [ENV. MATCH])

The printing length in scanning direction may change depending on the operating
environment, such as temperature or humidity.
This adjustment is to reduce misalignment between the printing and the cutting in the
scanning direction caused by the operating environment.

Install the Blade


Connect to the Computer
Switch the Power On and Off.
!! IMPORTANT !!
Once you have switched on the main power, you should normally leave it on.
In day-to-day use, you switch the machine on and off using only the sub power.
Menu Operations
Neither printing nor cutting is performed while menu settings are being made.
When you have finished making menu settings, press the [MENU] key to go back to the top menu.

7-9

Before printing

Load Media
!! IMPORTANT !!
Explain to fix the Media flanges depending on the diameter of the paper tube.
Explain to adjust [Feed Correction] and [Bidirectional Correction] when using another type of media.
Explain about the thickness of usable media. Refer to the User's Manual [8-2 Usable Media].
Explain to use the Media clamps when using the media which curls easily.
Explain to remove the roll media from the machine after use.
If the roll media is installed on the machine for a long time,
the roll media may bend by the weight and it may influence the printing result.
Load Sheet Media
Secure in Place Using the Media Clamps. (Only when printing)
!! IMPORTANT !!
There are Short Media Clamps and Long Media Clamps.
The long Media Clamps interfere with the separating knife.
Explain to be sure to set [MEDIA CLAMP] to [LONG] in the menu when using the long media clamps.
Making this setting disables the media-cutoff operation.
Heater Operation
When no media is loaded.
When media is loaded.

Operations

Make the Temperature Setting for the Heaters

!! IMPORTANT !!
Do not touch the platen when the heater is operating.
You can set the temperature either to "OFF" or to a value from 35 to 50 degrees C [40 to 122 degrees F]
(in steps of 1 degrees C [ 2 degrees F])
If the software you're using is provided with a feature for setting the heater temperature,
you can use your software to adjust the temperature.

Check the State of the Printing Heads

Check the Cutting Condition Settings


The following cutting conditions can be set by [CUT CONFIG] key.
* Blade Force
* Blade Offset
* Tool-up Speed
* Cutting Speed

Explain about [CUTTING PRIOR] menu.


[MENU] ... The machine will cut with the cutting conditions set on the machine.
[COMMAND] ... The machine will cut with the cutting conditions set on the software.

When Performing Printing Only

7-10

Operations

When Performing Cutting Only


When Performing Printing and Cutting
Separate the Media
Stop or Pause Output Operations
Set the Location Where Printing Starts

Make Corrections for Printing


Feed Correction
Bidirectional Correction
!! IMPORTANT !!
When correcting the amount of feed, make the settings for the same conditions for the type of media
used, the configuration of the media, and the heater temperature as when actually performing printing.
When performing test printing for feed correction, load the media correctly.
When you can make a setting for error in the amount of feed for the grit rollers on the computer, the
computer's setting takes priority. To make the machine's setting take priority,
turn off the computer's setting.
Save and Load a Bidirectional-correction Value
Saving different adjustment values for different types of media makes it possible to load
the adjustment value simply when changing the media type.
Detailed Descriptions of Cutting Conditions
!! IMPORTANT !!
Explain not to use the Media Clamps when cutting.
Explain to set the value of [CUTTING ADJ.] in [CALIBRATION] menu to [0]
when using the machine for printing & cutting, because this menu
is to correct the cutting length when using the machine only for cutting.
[CUTTING ADJ.] menu corrects for the cutting length when using the machine for cutting only.
When using the machine for printing & cutting, always set the offset value to [0].
Make Corrections for printing position and Cutting positon (Automatic and Manual)

Print with Crop Marks


Alignment of the Crop Marks (Automatic and Manual)
!! IMPORTANT !!
Depending on the type of media, it may not be possible to detect crop marks automatically.
When crop marks cannot be detected automatically, you perform alignment manually.
Check the Remaining Ink Level
When Not in Use for a Prolonged Period.
!! IMPORTANT !!
Even when the machine is not in use, keep it in an environmental where the temperature is
5 to 40 degrees C (41 to 104 degrees F) and the humidity is 20 to 80% (with no consideration).
Be especially careful not to expose the machine to high temperature of 40 degrees C
(104 degrees F) or more.

7-11

Maintenance

Replace the Ink Cartridge


!! IMPORTANT !!
Frequent insertion and removal may cause air to enter the ink tube, resulting in missing dot
or other problems in printing quality.

Clean the Printing Head


Explain that the machine will display [PRESS THE POWER KEY TO CLEAN] message
if the machine is left without using for 1 month.
Clean Using the Cleaning Kit
!! IMPORTANT !!
Instruct users how to perform the cleaning.
so that they can do it rightly by themselves.
Cleaning is performed while the caps on the printing heads are detached, so cleaning must be
completed before the heads dry out.
It is suggested that cleaning be completed in thirty minutes or less.
Other Cleaning Tasks
* Body
* Platen
* Grit rollers
* Pinch rollers (Raise the Pinch rollers when not in use.)
* Front cover
* Media Clamps
Explain the cleaning method for each part to the customer referring to the Users Manual.
Replace the Consumable parts
* Wiper
* Blade
* Separating Knife
Dispose of Discharged Ink
Explain about the time to discard the discharged ink in the Drain bottle.
Explain to switch off the sub power before performing to discard the discharged ink.
Explain to discard carefully the discharged ink from the Drain bottle so that the ink does not spatter.

7-12

Maintenance

When Moving the Unit

!! IMPORTANT !!
When you move the machine, you first perform the HEAD WASH.
Cleaning of the heads requires 4 SOL INK cleaning cartridge.
Explain it is necessary to fill ink within 1 week after performing the HEAD WASH.
The nozzles of the Heads could be clogged if the machine is left for a long period after removing the ink.

Others

Explain to switch off and on the machine and check the result before calling an engineer
when service call error occurs. There is a possibility to solve the problem.
Instruct users how to cap the Head.
Users need to cap the Head by themselves in case the Head does not return to the standby position
for some reason.

Exchange Time of the


Consumable Parts

PARTS NAME

Exchange Time

Printing Head

6 billion shots / nozzle (6000000 kshots)


*Replace the Ink damper when replacing the heads.
6 months or Wiping 3000 times or Ribbing 100 times

Wiper

When the cleaning has been done for the 500 times, the message for
replacement of the Wiper will be shown on the LCD.

Carriage Motor

2000 hours

Cap Top

6 months

Ink Tube

2000 hours

Pump Unit

50,000 times

Ink Tube

2000 hours

Sponge for Flushing

6 months
4 months or Sponge Hours : 500 hours

Ink Pad
(Pad under the Wiper Unit)

When the printing has been performed for 500h, the message for
replacement of the Wiper Sponge will be shown on the LCD.

Battery

24 months

Cutter Protection

Replace depending on scratches on the Cutter Protection.

Pinch Roller

Replace it if the rubber part is worn out.

7-13

7-2 Maintenance Check List


AFTER 6 MONTHS MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
Model

Serial Number

PC

OS

User
Application

MAINTENANCE
Check Points
Get/Output Report
Upgrade the firmware to Latest virsion
Consumables Head
Carriage Motor

Date

Contents

Perform Cleaning
Replacement
Perform Cleaning

Replacement

OK
OK
OK
OK

Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning

Replacement
Replacement
Replacement
Replacement

Ink Pad
Lithium Battery
Cutter Protection
Pinch Roller

OK
OK
OK
OK

Perform Cleaning
Replacement
Replacement
Replacement

Replacement

Carriage Drive Gear

OK

Correct Backlash

Lubrication

Replacement Grease : FLOIL G902 P/N 21675102

Grit Drive Gear

OK

Correct Backlash

Lubrication

Replacement Grease : FLOIL G902 P/N 21675102

Wire

OK

Adjust Tension

Replacement

Platen

OK

Perform Cleaning

Grit Roller

OK

Perform Cleaning

Pinch Roller

OK

Perform Cleaning

Reflective Tape

OK

Perform Cleaning

Sheet Sensor

OK

Perform Cleaning

Media Clamp

OK

Perform Cleaning

Replacement

Cleaning Wiper
Cap Top
Ink Tube
Pump Unit
Sponge for Flushing Unit

Mechanical

Bed

OK

Perform Cleaning

Head

OK

Tighten up screw

Tool Carriage is fixed on


the wire.

OK

Tighten up screw

OK

Tighten up screw

Printing

Cutter Holder

OK

NG (Reason)

Cutting

OK

NG (Reason)

Get/Output Report

OK

OPERATION CHECK
Media
Printing
Cutting

Reference

OK
OK
OK
OK
OK

Loading
Setting printing position
Calibration
Alignment of Crop Mark
Setting cutting line

Maintenance

Cleaning using the cleaning kit.

Reference

Ink Type Conversion


Media Type
Printing Area

Others

7-14

6 billion shots
2000 hours
6 months or
Wiping : 3000 times or
Rubbing : 100 times
6 months
2000 hours
Pump Revolution times : 50000 times
6 months
4 months or Sponge Hours:500 hours
24 months
Replace it if there are scratches on it.
Replace it if the rubber part is worn out.

7-2 Maintenance Check List


AFTER 12 MONTHS MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
Model

Serial Number

PC

OS

User
Application

MAINTENANCE
Check Points
Get/Output Report
Upgrade the firmware to Latest virsion
ConsumablesHead
Carriage Motor

Contents

Reference

OK
OK
OK
OK
OK

Perform Cleaning
Replacement
Perform Cleaning

Replacement

OK
OK
OK
OK

Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning
Perform Cleaning

Replacement
Replacement
Replacement
Replacement

Ink Pad
Lithium Battery
Cutter Protection
Pinch Roller

OK
OK
OK
OK

Perform Cleaning
Replacement
Replacement
Replacement

Replacement

Carriage Drive Gear

OK

Correct Backlash

Lubrication

Replacement Grease : FLOIL G902 P/N 21675102

Grit Drive Gear

OK

Correct Backlash

Lubrication

Replacement Grease : FLOIL G902 P/N 21675102

Wire

OK

Adjust Tension

Replacement

Replacement

Cleaning Wiper
Cap Top
Ink Tube
Pump Unit
Sponge for Flushing
Unit

Mechanical

Date

Platen

OK

Perform Cleaning

Grit Roller

OK

Perform Cleaning

Pinch Roller

OK

Perform Cleaning

Reflective Tape

OK

Perform Cleaning

Sheet Sensor

OK

Perform Cleaning

Media Clamp

OK

Perform Cleaning

Bed

OK

Perform Cleaning

Head

OK

Tighten up screw

Tool Carriage is fixed


on the wire.

OK

Tighten up screw

OK

Tighten up screw

Printing

Cutter Holder

OK

NG (Reason)

Cutting

OK

NG (Reason)

Get/Output Report

OK

NOTE

7-15

6 billion shots
2000 hours
6 months or
Wiping : 3000 times or
Rubbing : 100 times
6 months
2000 hours
Pump Revolution times : 50000 times
6 months
4 months or Sponge Hours:500 hours
24 months
Replace it if there are scratches on it.
Replace it if the rubber part is worn out.

7-3 Specification
Main unit Specification

SP-300/300V
Printing / Cutting method
Printing/Cutting width (*1)
Acceptable media widths
Ink cartridges
Type
Capacity
Color
Printing resolution (Printing dot resolution)
Acceptable tool
Cutting Speed
Blade force
Blade offset compensation
Setting range of the Printing Heater
preset temperature (*2) Dryer
Software resolution (When cutting)
Distance accuracy
(Printing while using heater)
Distance accuracy
(When cutting) (*3)
Repetition accuracy (When cutting) (*3)
Repetition between printing and cutting (*3)

Interface
Power-saving function
Power supply

Voltage and frequency

Piezo ink-jet method / media-moving method


147 to 736 mm (5-13/16 to 29 in.)
182 to 762 mm (7-3/16 to 30 in.)
Exclusive ECO-SOL INK cartridge
220 cc +/- 5 cc
The four colors cyan, magenta, yellow, black
Max. 1440 dpi
Special blade for CAMM-1 series
10 to 300 mm/s
30 to 300 gf
0.000 to 1.500 mm
35 to 50 degrees C
35 to 50 degrees C
0.025 mm/step
Error of less than +/-0.4% of distance traveled, or 0.5 mm, whichever is greater
(in Roland SV-G-610G, print travel: 1 m, temperature: 20 degrees C, humidity: 50%,
heater temperature setting: 40 degrees C)
Error of less than +/-0.4% of distance traveled, or 0.3 mm, whichever is greater
When distance correction ([CUTTING ADJ.] menu item) has been performed:
error of less than +/-0.2% of distance traveled, or 0.1 mm, whichever is greater
0.1 mm or less (excluding stretching/contraction of the media)
+/- 0.5 mm max. at 25 degrees C
(excluding possible shift caused by expansion/contraction of the media and/or by reloading the
media)
USB interface (compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1)
Automatic sleep feature
(compliant with the International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program)
AC 100 to 120 V +/-10% 50/60 Hz or AC 220 to 240 V +/-10% 50/60 Hz

Required power
capacity
Power consumption

Printing mode
Sleep mode
Acoustic noise level Printing mode
Standby mode
Dimensions (With stand)
Weight (With stand)
Packed dimensions
Packed weight
Environment
Power on (*4)

Power off

6.0A (100 to 120 V) or 3.0 A (220 to 240 V)


Approx. 650 W
Approx. 29 W
64 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779)
40 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779)
1720 [W] x 770 [D] x 1275 [H] mm (67-3/4 [W] x 30-3/8 [D] x 50-1/4 [H] in.)
130 kg (287 lb.)
1890 [W] x 830 [D] x 900 [H] mm (74-1/2 [W] x 32- 3/4 [D] x 35-1/2 [H] in.)
161 kg (355 lb.)
Temperature: 15 to 32 degrees C (59 to 90 degrees F )
(20 degrees C [68 degrees F ] or more recommended),
Humidity: 35 to 80% (no condensation)
Temperature: 5 to 40 degrees C (41 to 104 degrees F),
Humidity: 20 to 80% (no condensation)

Included items
Exclusive stand, cleaning liquid cartridges, media flanges, small media clamps, large media
clamps, blade, blade holder, replacement blade for separating knife, cleaning kit, CD-ROMs,
power cord, manuals

*1 The length of printing or cutting is subject to the limitations of the program or driver.
*2 The heater temperature may not reach the preset temperature depending on ambient conditions or the width of the media.
*3 Accuracy is assured within a range in which the media-feed length is 3,000 mm or less and expansion or contraction
due to heater use is excluded.
And the setting for heater use requires a warm-up period of about 5 minutes after power up.
(Time may vary depending on the operating environment.)
*4 Environment

We recommend use in an
operating environment within the
range shown by solid lines.

Humidity (%)
(no condensation) 80
55
35
0

15 20
27 32 C (F)
(59) (68) (80.6) (89.6)
Temperature

7-16

Usable Media
Use genuine media for this machine.

A) Cuttable media thickness


0.08 to 0.22 mm (0.00315 to 0.00866 in.)
(depending on media composition)

B) Maximum media thickness including backing paper

Printing only: 1.0 mm (0.0157 in.)


When performing cutting: 0.4 mm (0.039 in.)

C) Maximum outer diameter of roll media


180 mm

D) Core inner diameter for roll media


50.8 mm (2 in.) or 76.2 mm (3 in.)

E) Maximum weight for roll media


12 kg (26 lb.)
Side view of roll media

F) Roll-method conditions
Outward curl (printed surface on outer side)
Beginning of media curl not attached to paper tube (core)

7-17