Roland Pc60

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Manual Roland PC60...

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SERVICE NOTES

PC-60

SERIAL NUMBER This service note applies directly to the PC-60 with serial numbers ZK60950 and above.

Structure & Spare Parts

1

Electrical Section

2

Replacement of Main Parts

3

Adjustment

4

Supplemental Information

5

Troubleshooting

6

Supplement

7

Contents 1 Structure & Spare Parts 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8

COVERS .......................................................................................1 FRAME (1) .................................................................................... 2 FRAME (2) .................................................................................... 4 CHASSIS ......................................................................................6 THERMAL CARRIAGE ................................................................. 7 TOOL CARRIAGE ......................................................................... 7 STAND .......................................................................................... 8 ACCESSORIES ............................................................................ 8

2 Electrical Section 2-1 WIRING MAP ................................................................................ 9 2-2 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y .................................................................. 10 2-3 OTHER CIRCUIT BOARDS ........................................................ 17

3 Replacement of Main Parts 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9

HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_QUICK REPLACEMENT ......... 19 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT ..................... 22 TOOL CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT ..................... 25 PLATEN DAMPER_REPLACEMENT ......................................... 26 HEAD LEVER_FIXING ............................................................... 27 CARTRIDGE HOLDER ARM_REPLACEMENT ......................... 29 PINCH ROLLER_REPLACEMENT ............................................. 32 WIRE_REPLACEMENT .............................................................. 35 MOTOR_FIXING ......................................................................... 38

4 Adjustment 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4

Special Tool ................................................................................ 39 Service Mode .............................................................................. 40 Factory Mode .............................................................................. 41 Faunction Mode .......................................................................... 43

4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 4-16 4-17 4-18 4-19

HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE .............................................. 45 TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ................................................... 46 TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT ............................................ 48 HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT ............................................... 51 AUTO THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT ................... 53 MANUAL THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT .............. 57 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 1 ............................................ 61 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 2 ............................................ 63 PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT ......................................... 65 CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT .................................... 67 CMYK SENSING CHECK ........................................................... 70 GRIT COMPENSATION ............................................................. 72 WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT ................................................. 75 STITCHING ADJUSTMENT ........................................................ 77 GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT ....................................... 80

5 Supplemental Information 5-1 OPERATIONAL SEQUENCE ..................................................... 85 5-2 SENSOR MAP ............................................................................ 86

6 Troubleshooting 6-1 PRINTING ................................................................................... 87 6-2 CUTTING .................................................................................... 89 6-3 OTHERS ..................................................................................... 91

7 Supplement 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4

MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST .................................................... 93 USER’S DIP SW SETTING ......................................................... 94 LINE SPACING ADJUSTMENT MODE ...................................... 95 SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................... 96

Windows is registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

First Edition PC-60 '98.Jan.DE1

Unauthorized copying or transferral, in whole or in part, of this manual is prohibited. Copyright © 1998 ROLAND DG CORPORATION

Printed in Japan

R1-980203

To Ensure Safe Work

To Ensure Safe Work About

and

Notices

Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly.

Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. * Material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with respect to the home and all its furnishings, as well to domestic animals or pets.

About the Symbols

The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings. The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. The symbol at left means "danger of electrocution."

The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. The symbol at left means "Do not touch."

The symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. The symbol at left means "the power-cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet."

About the Labels Affixed to the [email protected]{\tx´¢˜

Turn off the main power SW before servicing. Main power SW still supplied even sub power SW is turned off.

About the Labels Affixed to the Unit These labels are affixed to the body of this product. The following figure describes the location.

The wiring terminal intended for connecetiion of the protective earthing conductor associated with the supply wiring. Do not disconnect the cable of this terminal except the time of replacement.

Electric charge. Do not touch when power is on.

In addition to the

8

kgf•cm Torque

and

symbols, the symbols shown below are also used.

: Tips and advice before the adjustment.

: Indicates amount for Pen Pressure and Tension.

: Indicates tightening torque.

: Indicates clearance.

-- MEMO --

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1 Structure & Spare Parts 1-1 COVERS

1

PARTS LIST -Main Parts1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13

Parts No.

Parts Name

22095102 22095101 22245101 22025230 22025229 22025227 22025228 22135529 22505284 7435220020 7435217010 22665236

APRON,F PC-60 APRON,R PC-60 COVER DUST PNC-960 COVER,FRONT PC-60 COVER,RAIL PC-60 COVER,SIDE L PC-60 COVER,SIDE R PC-60 GUIDE,CUTTER PC-60 LABEL,COLOR CAMM PRO PC60 #760 PANEL BOARD ASS'Y PANELKEY BOARD ASS'Y SHEET,PANEL SW PC-60

14 12369446

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

3 LABEL CAMM-1 WARNING 4 LABEL CAUTION PAD,PC-60

No.766

5 LABEL DIP SW PC60 6 SCREW BINDING HEAD 7 SCREW BINDING HEAD 8 SCREW P-TIGHT BINDING HEAD 9 SCREW W-SEMS 0 TAPE 3M ELECTRICAL #1245 { TAPE TAPE,GUIDE(CUT WHEN USING) } WASHER OUT SIDE TEETH

Cr 3X8 BC 3X6 BC 3X6 BC 3X6 25X21 L=820MM Cr M3

CS-2 CLIP

1

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-2 FRAME (1)

1

2

1 Structure & Spare Parts

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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

22145206 22145207 22805267 22355648 22355640 22355658 22355638 22175815 12159561 21955106 22175608 22115730 22115731 22805270 22135525 22135528 11899119 22145426 22145425 22145427 12399106 15229705 21535113 21535114 22055337 12179723 21975126 15229506 22145122 22295144 22175149 22175148 22175150 22175151 22035318 22715130 22715129 22715124 22715125 22715128

41 21945115

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name ARM,L COVER F TYPE2 PC-60 ARM,R COVER F TYPE2 PC-60 ASS'Y,MOTOR Y PC-60 BASE,COVER F TYPE2 PC-60 BASE,HOLDER CARTRIDGE PC-60 BASE,PRINT-HEAD TYPE2 PC-60 BASE,Y-DRIVE PC-60 BEARING F8-16ZZ BUSH,80F-0815 DAMPER ROTARY PC-60 DRIVE GEAR FRAME,F-COVER L PC-60 FRAME,F-COVER R PC-60 ASS'Y,FRAME GUIDE TYPE3 PC-60 GUIDE BOBBIN PC-60 GUIDE,CABLE PC-50 L-BEARING,2RSR9ZMUU+840LM LEVER CARTRIDGE L PC-60 LEVER CARTRIDGE R PC-60 LEVER RIBBON PC-60 MAGNET,CATCHER SM-911S PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1 PIN LEVER PC-60 PIN,COVER F PC-60 PLATE CARTRIDGE PC-60 PULLEY WITH BEARING 217-723 PULLEY,HD43.44S16(B21C26.5) SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5 SHAFT STAY NO.1 214-122 SHAFT,PULLEY PC-60 SPRING,CARTRIDGE BACKUP PC-60 SPRING,CARTRIDGE HOLDER PC-60 SPRING,COVER F PC-60 SPRING,SET COVER F PC-60 STAND OF IDLE PULLEY STAY,FRAME GUIDE PC-60 STAY,HEAD SUPPORT PC-60 STAY,MAGNET PC-60 STAY,SENSOR CARRIAGE PC-60 STAY,SENSOR F COVER PC-60

Parts Name 1 LABEL CAUTION HOT SURFACE 2 LABEL G-ROLLER 3 LABEL G-ROLLER 4 PIPE POLY 5 RING E-RING 6 SCREW FLANGE SOCKET 7 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP 8 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP 9 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP 0 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP { SCREW LONG LOCK } SCREW W-SEMS q SCREW W-SEMS w SCREW W-SEMS e SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP r SHEET VINYL(CUT WHEN USING) t WASHER FIBER y WASHER FLAT u WASHER OUT SIDE TEETH i SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP o SCREW SEMS

No.778 3X25 3X150 3X6X8 ETW-6 Cr 3X6 BC 4X6 BC 3X6 4X8 BC 4X10 BC 3X8 BC 3X6 Cr 3X8 BC 3X12 BC 4X6 10X50 M10 Cr 4X8X0.5 Cr M4 BC 3x12 Cr 3X6

1

WIRE,Y-DRIVE PC-60

3

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-3 FRAME (2)

1

4

1 Structure & Spare Parts

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2 3 4 5

22805220 22805219 22805221 22805143 22805142

6 22145107SZ 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

22355641 22355642 22145303 22005111 12159508 23505366 21755103 21745102 22025233 21955107 21715104 22115741 22175693

21 22135511 22 22145423 23 22265101 24 21545126 25 21545123 26 15229705 27 22145831 28 22175289 29 22175877 30 22055339 31 22055338 32 22175871 33 15229505 34 22145393 35 22295145 36 22295143 37 21475106 38 22715127 40 12239603 41 22715143 42 22715144

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name ASS'Y,FRAME SIDE L PC-60 ASS'Y,FRAME SIDE R PC-60 ASS'Y,MOTOR X PC-60 ASS'Y,PINCH ROLLER L PNC-960 ASS'Y,PINCH ROLLER R PNC-960 BACK UP STAY BASE,LEVER PC-60 BASE,X-MOTOR PC-60 BEARING SHAFT 4X7.5 BED,PC-60 BUSH,SHAFT OILES 80F-1206 CABLE-ASSY PAPER-SENS PC-60 CLEANER,PC-60 COLLAR,LEVER PNC-960 COVER,INNER PC-60 DAMPER,PLATEN PC-60 FAN,SCIROCCO 109BF24HA2-10 FRAME,CENTER TYPE2 PC-60 GEAR L

Parts Name 1 BUSH ROLL

4X4

2 PIN PUSH

SUS 2.5X8 3X6X8 ETW-10 ETW-3 BC 3X8 BC 4X15 BC 3X6 BC 3X8 Cr 3X3 BC 3X6 BC 4X8 BC 3X40 BC 3X12 Cr 3X8

3 PIPE POLY 4 RING E-RING 5 RING E-RING 6 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP + SPW 8 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP 9 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP { SCREW LONG LOCK } SCREW SOCKET SET W-POINT q SCREW W-SEMS w SCREW W-SEMS e SCREW W-SEMS r SCREW W-SEMS t SCREW W-SEMS y TIE RT-30SSF5 u WASHER FLAT

Cr 4X10X0.8

GUIDE,LEVER PNC-960 LEVER PC-50 PAD CUTTER PAD,RUBBER CLEANER PC-60 PAD,RUBBER R PC-60 PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1 PIN NO.1 (214-831) PINCH ROLL SPRING PINCH ROLLER PLATE,G-ORIGIN PC-60 PLATE,SHAFT PC-60 ROLLER FD12 S4(B4 C4.0) SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP2A25 SHAFT,JOINT PNC-960 SHAFT,SQUARE PC-60 SHAFT,WITH G-ROLLER PC-60 SHEET,CUSHION PC-60 STAY,SENSOR SETUP PC-60 X-CUSHION STAY,SENSOR FRONT PC-60 STAY,SENSOR REAR PC-60

5

1

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-4 CHASSIS

1

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15

13429746 23465157 23505322 23505323 23475140 22815124 11769106 12399327 12559573 12559570 12559570 12559443 22465115 12189835

16 7435214000 17 13129170 18 22355168 19 7435217030 20 22455112U0 21 23505898 22 23505899 23 23505367

6

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental Parts-

Parts Name AC INLET SUP-J3G-E + FILTER CABLE-ASS'Y JUNBIWIRE A PNC960 CABLE-ASSY JUNBIWIRE D PC-50 CABLE-ASSY JUNBIWIRE E PC-50 CABLE-CARD 26P 180L BB CHASSIS,PC-60 CLAMP,CLAMP-B FILTER(E),FRC-46-12 FUSE 4AT FUSE 5X20 CEE-2AT WICKMANN FUSE 5X20 CEE-2AT (230,240V) FUSE 5X20 SB-3.15 (100,110,117V) HEAT-SINK,PC-60 HOLDER-FUSE BM-SS-1-14 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y POWER SW AJ7201B RUBBER FOOT PL-10J65 TRANS BOARD ASS'Y TRANSFORMER-PW PC-60 WIRE,B GRX-410 WIRE,C GRX-410 CABLE-ASSY MECHA-SENS PC-60

Parts Name 1 LABEL FLASH LIGHTING SEAL 2 LABEL FUSE CAUTION SEAL 3 LABEL FUSE SEAL 4 NUT HEXAGONAL NUT+SPW 5 SCREW BINDING HEAD 6 SCREW OVAL HEAD 7 SCREW SEMS 8 SCREW SEMS 9 SCREW W-SEMS 0 TAPE 3M Y-4945(CUT WHEN USING)

Cr M4 BC 4X4 BC 3X8 Cr 3X10 BC 4X10 BC 3X6 12X45

{ TIE RT-30SSF5 } WASHER OUT SIDE TEETH

Cr M4

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-5 THERMAL CARRIAGE

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2 3 4 5

21905123 22805218 21655144 22175120 21505107

Parts Name ADAPTER,P-HEAD HOLDER PC-60 ASS'Y,CARRIAGE THERMAL PC-60 HOLDER,PRINT HEAD 2 PC-60 SPRING,HEAD ROLLER,PINCH OF HEAD PC-60

PARTS LIST

1

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BUSH ROLL

3X3.5

2 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP

BC BC BC BC

3 SCREW W-SEMS 4 SCREW WH NYLOCK 5 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP NYLOCK

2X4 3X12 3X6 3X16

1-6 TOOL CARRIAGE

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 22805217 21815101 3 23475138 1 2

4 7435220010

22045399 22205134 7 22285503 5 6

8 7435217020 9

22435320

10 22175122 11 22035122 12 22715123

Parts Name ASS'Y,CARRIAGE PC-60 BOLT,PENHOLDER CABLE-CARD 20P 1120L BB HIGH-V CARRIAGE BOARD ASS'Y CARRIAGE COVER HOLDER,PEN NUT,PENHOLDER PINCH ROLL SENSOR BOARD ASS'Y PNC-1000A TDS-LCC-03 H SPRING,BACK UP PNC-960 STAND,CUT CARRIAGE PC-60 STAY,CARRIAGE BOARD PC-60

PARTS LIST

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 BINDER T-18L 2 CUSHION FELT 3 SCREW W-SEMS 4 TAPE FILAMENT 5 TAPE NITTO #500(CUT WHEN USING)

30X8X3 BC 3X6 12X30 20X30

7

1 Structure & Spare Parts

1-7 STAND

4 2 4 5

1

2

1

7

1

6 8 3 6

5

1

3

2

4 7

PARTS LIST

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.

Parts Name STAND LEG ASS'Y PNS-135 STAY,PNS-135 SHAFT SHEET ASS'Y PNS-135 BRACKET ,MOUNTING FIX.PNS-135 HANGER,L PNS-186

1 7448502000 2

22715142

3 7448503000 4 5

21985114 21665104

21665105 7 11499108 8 22135316 6

8

-Supplemental PartsParts Name

1 TOOL HEXAGONAL WRENCH 5 2 TOOL HEXAGONAL WRENCH 4 3 TOOL HEXAGONAL WRENCH 3 4 TOOL HEXAGONAL WRENCH 2.5 5 BOLT HEXAGONAL SOCKET HEAD

BC 6X70

HANGER,R PNS-186

6 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP

SCREW,STOPPER RETAINING PNS186

7 SCREW HEXAGONAL CAP

STOPPER,PNS-186

8 SCREW HEXAGONAL FLAT HEAD

BC 6X15 BC 4X8 Cr 4X8

1-8 ACCESSORIES

1

2

3

4

5

6

10

11

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2

7

3 4 5 6 7 8 JAPANESE

ENGLISH

9

9

8

10 11

8

23495124 13499111 13499109 23495214 23495125 13499209 22605249 26015155 26015156 22695102 21475105

Parts Name AC CORD 3ASL/100 240VA 10A SAA AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S AC CORD SJT 117V 10A 3PVC AC CORD VCTF 100V 7A 3P-S AC-CORD H05VV 230V 10A S ADAPTER PLUG (100V) CARTON,PC-60(CARTON+PAD SET) MANUAL,USE EN PC-60 MANUAL,USE JP PC-60 PEN HEAD CLEANER SHEET,HEAD CLEANER PC-50

SUP-J3G-E

AC INLET

C

A

B

D

POWER SW AJ7201B

E

FUSE HOLDER BM-SS-I-14

Y MOTOR

X MOTOR

FAN MOTOR

TRANSFORMER-PW

F CN14 CN12 CN13 CN11 CN8

DRIVE

2SK973

FAN

MTD 2005 X 5

MOTOR (X,Y,RF,UD) SOLENOID DRIVE

POWER SUPPLY

MAIN BOARD ASSY

MTR

VH

MTR

VCC

4Kbit

EEPROM

2Mbyte

DRAM

512Kbyte

FLASHROM

SH7040

CPU

7.175MHz

CN2

CN3

H

K

L

CENTRO

J

RS232C

SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP2A25

R

SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1

PANEL BOARD

SOLENOID

PINCHROLL SENSOR BOARD

M

N

PANELKEY BOARD

GRIT SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1

ORG SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP1A05A5

STS

COVER SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1

SENSOR INTERRUPTER GP2A25

F

PANELSUB BOARD ASSY (PANELKEY + TRANS + PINCHROLL SENSOR)

SUB BOARD ASSY (PANEL + CARRIAGE)

THERMAL CARRIAGE

CN4

CN1

G

G

CARRIAGE BOARD

CN4

CN5

VH

PTCTS0900A

ETCC

32MHz

I/O CONTROLL BUFFER DECODER LATCH D/A

CENTRO I/F

RS232C DRIVER

CN1 CN2 CN3

TRANS BOARD

RS422

CN1

RS422 DRIVER

CN2 CN3

CN9 CN10 CN6 CN6 CN5

CN7

2 Electrical Section 2 Electrical Section

2-1 WIRING MAP

2

9

2 Electrical Section

2-2 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y [7435214000-00] DESCRIPTION CPU used on the MAIN BOARD is different depending on the revision number of the board. It is necessary to select the suitable program for each CPU. Selection can be done by the DIP SW bit#4 on the MAIN BOARD. (Refer to the table below.) DIP SW

2

No. 1 2 3

FUNCTION Reserved Reserved Reserved

4

CPU SELECTION

ON

OFF ALWAYS OFF ALWAYS OFF ALWAYS OFF

MAIN BOARD REVISION MAIN BOARD REVISION 2.0 and above 1.9 and below.

Indicates revision of the circuit board.

Electric Maintenance Part

10

IC.No.

Parts No.

Description

Function

IC 1

15199905

DS14C238WM

RS232C

IC 2

15189105

MTD2005

Solenoid Motor Driver

IC 3

15189105

MTD2005

Carriage Motor Driver

IC 4

15189105

MTD2005

Ribbon Winding Driver

IC 14

15189105

MTD2005

Grit Motor Driver

IC 15

15189105

MTD2005

Head UP/DOWN Driver

IC 19

15199111

SI-3050J

+5V Regulator IC

IC 20

15199112

LM2576HVT

+HV Regulator IC

IC 21

15159102

SN75LBC775

RS-422

IC 24

15169146

SN74ACT1284

Centronics

IC 27

15169146

SN74ACT1284

Centronics

Q 11

15139105

2SK973

FANPWM

Q 13

15129444

2SB1551

Motor Power Supply

VCC

CP11 CE0.1u

/CRDY CDMA /CTS1

HTEMP TEMP VRPF

/EINT

TXD 1 RXD 1 TXD 0 RXD 0 /CTS 0 /DTR 0 /DTR 1

VCC

RESET

/RESET

RST RST

CT

GND

RSTIN VREF

VCC SNS

IC29

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

/CRDY CDMA /CTS1

5 6 7 8

EXBS 8V103J

4 3 2 1

RA 29

TP 1 TP

TP9 TP

TP8 TP3 TP2 TP TP TP

HTEMP TEMP VRPF

VCC

/EINT

TXD 1 RXD 1 TXD 0 RXD 0 /CTS 0 /DTR 0 /DTR 1

10u/16V TL 7705CPS-B

+ C43

3

2

8 7

RESET

/RESET

4

1

6 5

6

C48 C47 C46 CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

10K 1%

10K 1% R79

R78

CP5 CE0.1u

R62 220

VCC

VCC

C80 CE22p

Y2 7.175MHz

C79 CE22p

VCC

C52 CE470p R63 3.3K

R81 1K

SN74LS14NS

IC22C

C78 C77 CE0.1u CE0.1u

5

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

3 23 27 33 39 55 61 71 90 101 109

79 78 75 73

100 97

91 92 93

76 43 35

47 48 50 51 31 32 42 1 2

74 83

72

82

80

81

84

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 29 30

RD WRL WRH

CS0 CS1 CS2 CS3

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

CP14 CE0.1u

VCC 21 37 65 77 103

94 95 96 98 99

105

86 49

85 87 88 102

A4 A5

A4 A5 A6

A4 A5

VCC

4 5 6

1 2 3

1

2 3

15

14 13

F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7

MODE /RD /WRL /WRH

/ETCC

Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3

Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 SN74LS138NS

E1 E2 E3

A B C

IC28

Y0 Y1 Y2 E Y3 SN74LS139NS

A B

IC30A

SN74LS139NS

E

A B

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 7

4 5 6 7

12 11 10 9

8 7 6 5

CDIR

CS VCC SK NU DI ORG DO GND 93LC66 IC30B

IC17

CPWR UDPA UDPB UDENA UDENB RFPA RFPB FAN

/RD /WRL /WRH

/ETCC

PALCE16V8

I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9

CDIR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

46

1 2 3 4

A19 /CS0 /CS2 /CS3

IC12

CPWR UDPA UDPB UDENA UDENB RFPA RFPB FAN

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

89 106 107 108 110 111 112 104

24 25 26 28

34 38 36

41 40 45 44

70 69 68 67 66 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 56 54 53 52

CP15 CE0.1u

VCC

VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC

PF3 PF4 PF5 PF6 PF7

PE7

DRAK 0 DREQ0

PE0 PE2 PE3 PE5

PA5

TIOC 1A TIOC 3A TIOC 3B TIOC 3C TIOC 3D TIOC 4A TIOC 4B TIOC 2A

RAS CASL CASH RD/WR

VCC

CP13 CE0.1u

VCC

CP12 CE0.1u

VCC

HD6437042E00F

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

MD 0 MD 1 MD 2 MD 3

AVCC AVSS

AN 0 AN 1 AN 2

NMI IRQ2 WDTOVF

TXD 1 RXD 1 TXD 0 RXD 0 PB8 PB9 PA9 PE14 PE15

EXTAL CK

XTAL

PLLVSS

PLLVCC

PLLCAP

RESET

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

IC16

/ST0 /ST1 /ST2 /ST3 /ST4 /ST5

VCC

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 /FROM 19 /CROM

1 2 3 4

/LED0 /LED1

/MTRX /MTRY /MTRC

A19

A18

/ST[ 0..5]

/ST[ 0..5]

8MA0 7MA1 6MA2 5MA3

VCC

8 /DWE 1 8 7 /CAS1 2 7 6 /CAS0 3 6 5 /RAS0 4 5 EXBS8V330J

RA20

10K

R56 10K

R55 10K

R80

EXBS8V330J

EXBS8V330J RA21 8MA8 1 8 7MA9 2 7 6 3 6 5 4 5

EXBS8V330J RA22 8MA4 1 8 7MA5 2 7 6MA6 3 6 5MA7 4 5

RA23 1 8 2 7 3 6 4 5

/CENTRO /CENTRO

/LED0 /LED1

/MTRX /MTRY /MTRC

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

A9 1 A10 2 3 4

A5 A6 A7 A8

A1 A2 A3 A4

VCC

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

A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 VCC

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

MA 0 MA 1 MA 2 MA 3 MA 4 MA 5 MA 6 MA 7 MA 8 MA 9

2 33

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 3

14 31 30 13 29

17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

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

MBM 29F400BA

CE OE RY/BY WE BYTE RESET

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

IC18

21 20 22 19 23 18 17 24 16 25 15 26 14 27 28 13 29 12 11 30 10 31 9 32 8 33 7 34 6 35 5 36 4 37 38 3 39 2 40 1 (NO-MOUNT)

CN7

HM5118160AJ

RAS LCAS UCAS WE OE

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

IC13

12 14 43 44

15 17 19 21 24 26 28 30 16 18 20 22 25 27 29 31

D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41

D[0..15]

A[0..18]

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

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

/MTX /CFLAG /CCLR /CRD

VCC

VCC

CP16 CE0.1u

CP3 CE0.1u

D[0..15]

A[ 0..18]

/MTX /CFLAG /CCLR /CRD

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_1/6 Circuit Diagram

2

11

12

VCC

4 2

CP9 CE0.1u

C37 98 CE100p 16 26 35 44 50 63 76 86 96 100

97

PTCTS 0900A

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

XT 2

XT 1

TPI 0 TPI 1 PAEN PBEN RMODE UBEB MEM TST

VCC 2 VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC VCC

PC0 PC1 CKM 0/PC2 CKM 1/PC3 CKM 2/PC4 CKM 3 CK 0

PB0/DD12 PB1/DD13 PB2/DD14 PB3/DD15 PB4/DD8 PB5/DD9 PB6/DD10 PB7/DD11

PA0 PA1 PA2 PA3 PA4 PA5 PA6 PA7

75 1 7 25 51 58 87 99

6 8 54 55 56 57 59

88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95

60 61 62 64 65 66 67 70

VCC

C72

CE22p

C73

CE22p

TP 5 TP TP 6 TP TP 7 TP

TP 4 TP

CE22p

C71

CE22p

C70

C13

VCC

C9

*

*

C17

*

C11

*

C7

C12

*

C8

1 2 3 4

*

*

CE22p

C69

CE22p

C68

CE22p

C67

8 7 6 5

270

*

C6

1 2 3 4

4 3 2 1

VCC

5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V101J

RA18

RA17 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V101J

1 2 3 4 5

PSENSF PSENSR

EXBA10E103J CVSENS STSENS ORGSENS GRIDSENS

10 9 8 7 6

UDA UDB UDC UDD SOL-

HTEMP

TEMP /EINT

RFD RFC RFB RFA SOL+

RA19

/EINT

VCC

SN74LS14NS

IC22A 2

EXBS8V103J

4 3 2 1

10K

R13

* C6 ~ C17 NO-MOUNT

C10

*

C14

*

RA15 8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

R21 100

180

R19

R20

C15

C16

1

*

*

EXBS8V101J C35 CE1000p

8 7 6 5

RA16 8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

Q3 DTA114EK

2

Q2 DTA114EK VCC

2

Q1 DTA114EK VCC

2

RA4 8 1 8 7 2 7 6 3 6 5 4 5 EXBS8V101J

RA5 8 1 8 7 2 7 6 3 6 5 4 5 EXBS8V101J

C33 C34 CE1000pCE1000p

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

6 5

EXBS8V101J

3 6 4 5

3

SG531-32MHz VCC

3 1

2 3 4 5 46 47 52 53

CSB RDB WRB HWR RTB

AB 0 AB 1 AB 2 AB 3 AB 4 AB 5 AB 6 AB 7 AB 8 AB 9 AB 10

68 69 71 72

24

73 74 85 49

81 82 83 84 77 78 79 80

3 4

1

OUT NC

VCC

21 22 23 45 48

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20

ERDY CYC PRT ERR

BRDY

DLB DEB DCK MON

DD0 DD1 DD2 DD3 DD4 DD5 DD6 DD7

10u/16V

+ C36

8 7

3

+5 GND

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10

DB 0 DB 1 DB 2 DB 3 DB 4 DB 5 DB 6 DB 7 DB 8 DB 9 DB 10 DB 11 DB 12 DB 13 DB 14 DB 15

IC6

R32 0

1 8 2 7

RA 6

1

Y1

R33 100

CP8 CE0.1u

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

1

1 2

3

/ETCC /RD /WRL /WRH /RESET

VCC

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

AN 77L035M

GND

IN OUT

R31 (NO-MOUNT)

1

/ETCC /RD /WRL /WRH /RESET

CP1 CE0.1u

A[ 0..18]

D[0..15]

2

3

IC5

VCC

2

VCC

A[ 0..18]

D[0..15]

VCC

CP7 CE0.1u

VCC +VH

VCC

UDA UDB UDC UDD SOL-

RC1TR RC1LED RC2TR RC2LED

HTEMP RELED RETR

PRSENS

TEMP

RFD RFC RFB RFA SOL+

MON

DCK /DLB HD0 HD1 HD2 HD3 HD4 HD5 HD6 HD7 /DEB

BLM 21A05

FL 1

53014-0610

CN10 1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 53014-1210

CN9

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

CN5

IL-FPC-20ST-N

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

CN4

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_2/6 Circuit Diagram

RESET /MTRC

/MTRY

/MTRX /RESET

D[0..15]

RESET /MTRC

/MTRY

/MTRX /RESET

D[0..15]

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

1 11

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

11 1

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

11 1

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

4 3 2 1

RA 24

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

4 3 2 1

YPA YMSA 0 YMSA 1 YMSA 2 YPB YMSB 0 YMSB 1 YMSB 2

XPA XMSA 0 XMSA 1 XMSA 2 XPB XMSB 0 XMSB 1 XMSB 2

EXBS 8V103J

SN74LS374NS VCC

OE CLK

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

IC31

SN74HC273NS

CLK CLR

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

IC33

SN74HC273NS

CLK CLR

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

IC32

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

3

O

O

O

O

/POWER

YPHB

YPHA

YPB

YPA

XPHB

XPHA

POWER UDPWR POWER UDPWR RFPWR RFPWR MPWR MPWR

4 /POWER

6 YPHB

6 YPHA

6 XPHB

6 XPHA

SN74LS14NS

IC22B

RKM 6L103F

G 1 2 3 4

RKM 6L103F RA 28

G 1 2 3 4

RA 27

RKM 6L103F

G 1 2 3 4

RKM 6L103F RA 26

G 1 2 3 4

RA 25

XPA XPB

/ST[0..5] VRPF

/MTX

nAutoFd nSelectIn nInit

/LED1

/LED0

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

/ST[0..5] VRPF

/MTX

D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0

nAutoFd nSelectIn nInit

/LED111 1

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

/LED011 1

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

1 E1 19 E2 SN74LS541NS

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

IC11

CLK CLR SN74HC273NS

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

CLK CLR SN74HC273NS IC9

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

IC10

/MI 0 /MI 1 /MI 2 /MI 3

LD8 LD9 LD10 LD11 LD12

LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 LD5 LD6 LD7

1 2 3 4

/ST4

/ST08 /ST17 /ST26 /ST35

5

3

2

1

R16 100 C28

C27

FMN1

D2

C26

C25

/STB4

/STB0 /STB1 /STB2 /STB3

4

CE22p CE22p CE22p CE22p CE22p

C29

RA12 EXBS8V101J 1 8 1 2 7 2 3 6 3 4 5 4

KSD-04

SW1 8 7 6 5

VCC 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V223J

/ST5

/MI 0 /MI 1 /MI 2 /MI 3

/MI 04 /MI 13 /MI 22 /MI 31

RA14

/MI 0 /MI 1 /MI 2 /MI 3

LD6 LD7 LD8 LD9 LD10 LD11 LD12

LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 LD5

/STB0 /STB1 /STB2 /STB3 /STB4

VCC 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 IL-FPC-26ST-N

CN6

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_3/6 Circuit Diagram

2

13

C82 22u/16V

+

/RESET

/CCLR

CDMA

4 5 20 8

2 3

/CTS017

RXD012

/DTR0 1

TXD010

TXD1 RXD1 /CTS1 /DTR1

C81 22u/16V

/CTS0

RXD0

/DTR0

TXD0

TXD1 RXD1 /CTS1 /DTR1

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

7

1 11

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

15

RB2

RB1 RA2

RA1

HSKY

DZ

DY

R4 (NO-MOUNT)

R3 (NO-MOUNT)

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18

Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7

Q

Q

Q

Q

VCC 11 19 9

15

14 16

13

18

7

6

4

13

12

5

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

R76 10K

TC74HC123AF

A B CLR

Cext

TC74HC123AF IC25A RCext

A B CLR

Cext

IC25B RCext

SN74LS374NS

OE CLK

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

IC8

1 OE 11 LE SN74LS373NS

Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7

IC7

C+ REN DEN VCC GND VCC GND SN75LBC775 VCC

VSS C-

RY2

RY1

HSKA

DA

IC21

1 2 3

C23 CE100p VCC 14

VCC R15 1K

9 10 11

C22 CE1000p VCC 6

VCC R14 3.3K

/CENTRO

/CRD

D[0..15]

/CRDY /CRDY /CFLAG /CFLAG nAutoFd nAutoFd nSelectIn nSelectIn nInit nInit

/RESET

/CCLR

CDMA

/CENTRO

/CRD

D[0..15]

BSY

/ACK

C63

15 1

2 3 5 6 11 10 14 13 4Y

3Y

2Y

1Y

C60

4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

C1 CE150p

VCC

5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V270J

RA1

R2 (NO-MOUNT)

R1 (NO-MOUNT)

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

RA2

Q

Q

D

CLK

5 6 7 8

CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7

6

5

Q

Q

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

VCC 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 4 3 2 1

8

IC22D

R7 33

EXBS8V330J

9

RA9 8 1 8 7 2 7 6 3 6 5 4 5 EXBS8V330J RA11 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V330J RA8 4 5 4 3 6 3 2 7 2 1 8 1

D1FL20U

CLK

D 3

2

C20 CE1u

C19 CE1u

5 6 18 4 19 22 21 17

15

11

T1IN R1OUT T2IN R2OUT T3IN R3OUT T4IN R4OUT

V-

V+

SN74LS14NS IC23A TC74HC74F VCC

VCC

B1 A1 B2 A2 B3 A3 B4 A4 GND VCC GND VCC B5 A5 B6 A6 B7 A7 DIR HD SN74ACT1284

IC24

SN74ACT1284

A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 GND VCC GND VCC A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 DIR HD

33

R6

TCS7587-01-401

CN1

SN74LS14NS

11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

IC22E

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

IC27

C24 CE1000p

CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3

HSKoA1 HSKiA 2 TXDA-3 4 RXDA-5 TXDA+6 7 RXDA+8

11 10

12

IC23B TC74HC74F VCC

VCC

12

9

7

4

EXBS8V270J C61

8

9

G A/B SN74LS257NS

1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B

IC26

CE150p CE150p CE150p CE150p

5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V270JC62

RA3

R5 (NO-MOUNT) C2 CE150p

4 3 2 1

CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7

10 SD CD 13

4 SD CD 1

D1 10 9 8 7 6

C2-

C2+

C1-

2 7 1 3 24 23 20 16

14

13

12

10

1 2 3 4 5

4 3 2 1

DS14C238WM

T1OUT R1IN T2OUT R2IN T3OUT R3IN T4OUT R4IN

IC1 C1+

RA7 EXBA10E103J

VCC

1 2 3 4 5

9 VCC GND

14

+

8

CE1u

CE1u C21

C18

EXBA10E332J

5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBS8V102J RA13 10 9 8 7 6

RA10

100

R8

2

VCC

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 nFault

DBLC-J25SAF-20L9

CN2

56364-060-BXE

CN3

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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 nAck 10 Busy 11 PError12 Select13 14 15 16 17 18

nStb

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_4/6 Circuit Diagram

CPWR

CDIR

YPHB

YPHA

YPA YPB

XPHB

MPWR

XPHA

CPWR

CDIR

YPHB

YPHA

YPA YPB

XPHB

MPWR

XPHA

XPA XPB

13

12

9

10

6

5

2

3

-

+

2

7

R65

22K

R66

R36

56K

R35

33K

R11

5.6K Q7 DTC114EK

14

5.6K Q4 DTC114EK

R26

56K

IC34C BA10324AF R25 8

3.3K Q10 DTC114EK

BA10324AF

+

IC34D

2

-

+

2

BA10324AF

+

IC34B

2

R49

22K

R48

3.3K Q8 DTC114EK

1

IC34A BA10324AF

VCC

4

11

XPA XPB

Q5 DTC114EK

2

3

1

3

1

3

1

3

1

/RESET

R10 3.3K

R34 10K

R24 10K

R64 10K

R47 10K

C5 CE0.1u

1

2 26 4

6 22

5 23 24

25 3

1K

R45

VSA

VREFA VREFB CR

ENA A ENA B

PHA PHB DECAY

IC14 MTD 2005 VCC ALM

1

2 26 4

6 22

5 23 24

25 3

VSA

VREFA VREFB CR

ENA A ENA B

PHA PHB DECAY

VCC ALM

1K

R22

C4 CE3900p 1K

R9

C3

1

2 26 4

6 22

5 23 24

25 3

+MTR

27

R67 1K

VSB

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

VMMA VMMB

27

VSA

VREFA VREFB CR

ENA A ENA B

PHA PHB DECAY

VSB

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

VMMA VMMB

R12 0.68 1W

FL9 1

27

7 21 9 15 16 19

10 12 14 18

8 20

1

1 FL3

FL2

1 FL11 ZJSR5101-222

+MTR

XD

3

CP6 CE0.1u

VCC

SOL-

ZJSR5101-222

3 SOL-

SOL+ ZJSR5101-222

3 SOL+

CP10 CE0.1u

VCC

YD

3

+ C39 22u/63V

+MTR

YC

3

YB 3 ZJSR5101-222

YA

CP17 CE0.1u

VCC

XC

3

+ C30 22u/63V

+MTR

XA

XB 3 ZJSR5101-222

FL8 ZJSR5101-222 3

7 21 9 15 1 16 FL10 19 ZJSR5101-222

10 12 14 18

1

1 FL19 ZJSR5101-222

+MTR 8 20

R37 1K

FL17 1

FL16 ZJSR5101-222 1 3

7 21 9 15 1 FL18 16 19 ZJSR5101-222

10 12 14 18

8 20

C44 R27 R50 CE1000p 0.68 1W 0.68 1W

IC2 MTD 2005 VCC ALM

CE1000p

VCC

VSB

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

VMMA VMMB

C53 CE1000p R51 R68 0.68 1W 0.68 1W

IC3 MTD 2005

C64 C65 CE3900pCE1000p

R23 10K

VCC

VCC

C74 C75 CE3900p CE1000p

R77 10K

VCC

C38 CE3900p

C66 CE3900p

C49 CE3900p

VCC

VCC

R46 CE3900p 10K

C76

R30

(NO-MOUNT)

RSA 11

2 2

/RESET

PG 13 PG 13

3

1

RSA 11 RSA 11

PG 13

RSB 17 RSB 17 RSB 17

UDPWR

FAN

RFPWR

CN8 1 RFPA 2 RFPB 3 4 5267-04A

CN11 1 2 3 4 5267-04A

UDPA UDPB UDENA UDENB

R60 1K

R59 56K

R44 1K

R42 56K

VCC

FAN

Q6 DTC114EK

RFPWR 2

RFPA RFPB

2

R83 100 Q12 DTC114EK

R82 1K

VCC

1K

R39

VSA

VREFA VREFB CR

ENA A ENA B

PHA PHB DECAY

IC15 MTD 2005 VCC ALM

1

2 26 4

6 22

5 23 24

25 3

VSA

VREFA VREFB CR

ENA A ENA B

PHA PHB DECAY

VCC ALM

1K

R17

VSB

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

VMMA VMMB

+

+MTR

27

7 21 9 15 16 19

10 12 14 18

8 20

L1 RCH895-181K

100u/63V

5267-02A

CN13 1 2

C40 CE1000p

1K

R38

27

7 21 9 15 16 19

10 12 14 18

8 20

+MTR

C50 CE1000p

1K

R57

C54

R29 0.68 1W R28 0.68 1W

Q11 2SK973

+MTR

D3 D1FL20U

VSB

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

VMMA VMMB

R53 0.68 1W R52 0.68 1W

IC4 MTD 2005

C31 CE1000p

VCC

C32 CE4700p

R18 10K

VCC

1

2 26 4

6 22

5 23 24

25 3

C41 CE1000p

VCC

C45 CE4700p

R40 10K

VCC

C42 CE3900p

C51 CE3900p

10K

10K R58

R54

R43 3.3K

R61 3.3K

VCCVCC

Q9 DTC114EK

UDPWR 2

UDPA UDPB UDENA UDENB

3

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2

RSA 11 RSA 11

1 3 1

PG 13 PG 13

VCC

3 1

RSB 17 RSB 17

R41 10K

0

FL7

0

FL6

0

FL5

0

FL4

0

FL15

0

FL14

0

FL13

0

FL12

RFD

RFC

RFB

RFA

CP2 CE0.1u

VCC

RFD

RFC

RFB

RFA

UDD

UDC

UDB

UDA

CP4 CE0.1u

VCC

UDD

UDC

UDB

UDA

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_5/6 Circuit Diagram

2

15

CN14 4 3 2 1 B4P-VH

F1

FS2B

4

-

/POWER

-

4

PFC-5000

PFC-5000 T 2.0A/250V PFC-5000

FS2A

PFC-5000 T4.0A/250V

FS1B

3 2

3

1

1

/POWER

+HEAD

1

D7

C56 4700u/16V

VIN

OUT

C59 CE0.1u

2

R72 10K 1/4W

3300u/63V

+ C57

IC20 D1FL20U LM 2576HVT

+

D5SBA20-4101

+

D10

D3SBA20-4100

+

D9

2

F2

ON/OFF 5

FS1A

GND 3

5 VI

IC19 SI-3050J

VR 1 10KVR

D8 D5S6M

L2 CL02BE181

R74 1K

R75 18K

SENCE

VO 4

3

2

D5

+MTR

CE0.1u

CP18

CP19 CE0.1u

+ C55 4700u/50V

+VH

VCC

R73 10K 1/4W

+ C58 470u/16V

Q14 ZD3.3 DTC 114EK

R71 10K 1/4W

D1FL20U Q13 2SB1551 R70 4.7K 1/4W

D1FL20U

D6

R69 10K 1/4W

ON/OFF 2

+HEAD

FB 4

GND

3

16 1

2

1

D4

POWER

5267-03A

2 3

1

CN12

POWER

2 Electrical Section

MAIN BOARD_6/6 Circuit Diagram

LIN6 LIN7 LIN8 LIN9 LIN10 LIN11 LIN12

LIN0 LIN1 LIN2 LIN3 LIN4 LIN5

/MI0 /MI1 /MI2 /MI3

IL-FPC-26ST-N

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

CN1

VCC

/MI0 1 /MI1 2 /MI2 3 /MI3 4 /MI0 5 /MI1 6 /MI2 7 /MI3 8 /MI0 9 /MI1 10

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

4.7K

R1

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

C1

C2

FMA9

B1 E B2

FMA9 Q7

B2 E B1

FMA9 Q6

B2 E B1

FMA9 Q5

B2 E B1

FMA9 Q4

B2 E B1

C2

C1

C1

C2

C1

C2

C1

C2

C1

C2

B2 C2 E B1 C1 FMA9 Q3

FMA9 Q2

B2 E B1

Q1

2

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

3

3

3

3

3

DAN202K

D5

DAN202K

D4

DAN202K

D3

DAN202K

D2

DAN202K

D1

PANEL BOARD

5 4 3

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

VR1 10KVR RS20M111

SW DIP KSD-10 VCC

SW1

/MI3 /MI2 /MI1 /MI0

LO6 LO7 LO8 LO9 LO10 LO11 LO12

LO0 LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 LO5

CN3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 53014-15

53014-06

CN2 6 5 4 3 2 1

+VH

IL-404-20S-LW

CN3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

IL-404-20S-LW

CN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

TH1 103HT

VCC

+VH

C2 + C4 CE0.1u 47u/63V

CARRIAGE BOARD

C1 + C3 CE0.1u 47u/16V

VCC

SOL+ SOL-

PRSENS

RETR RELED

UDA UDB UDC UDD RFA RFB RFC RFD

RC2LED RC2TR RC1LED RC1TR

/OE IN8 IN7 IN6 IN5 IN4 IN3 IN2 IN1 /R CLK

MON

TH1

53015-02

CN6 1 2

52207-1690

CN4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

52207-2290

CN1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

CN5 1 2 IL-S-2P-S2L2-EF

VCC+VH

2 Electrical Section

2-3 OTHER CIRCUIT BOARDS OTEHR CIRCUIT BOARDS_ Circuit Diagram

2

17

18

CABLE-ASSY LED PC-60

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

CN2

CABLE-ASSY KEY PC- 60

/MI 0 /MI 1 /MI 2 /MI 3

1 2 3

FRONT

POWER

PIECE

ROLL

SEL-6414E

SEL-6414E D7

SEL-6414E D6

SEL-6414E D5

SEL-6414E D4

SEL-6414E D3

SEL-6414E D2

D1

1SS133

1SS133 D17

330

R13

330

R12

330

R11

330

R10

330

R9

330

R8

EVQ21307K

EVQ21307K LEFT

SW8 /MI 3

PANELKEY BOARD

4 5 6 BUSY BASE COLOR

330

R7

330

R6

330

R5

330

R4

330

R3

330

R2

330

R1

EVQ21307K

EVQ21307K TEST

SW4 /MI 3

SW7 /MI 2

SEL-6414E

SEL-6414E D13

SEL-6414E D12

SEL-6414E D11

SEL-6414E D10

SEL-6414E D9

D8

1SS133

1SS133 D21

1SS133 D20

1SS133 D19

D18

SW 1

RD17BS3040

CABLE-ASSY POWER PC-60

1 2 3 4

TRANS BOARD

TRANS FORM

1 2 3 4

PINCHROLL SENSOR BOARD

CABLE-ASSY PINCH-SENS PC-60

1 2

CN1

2

1 2 3 4 5 6

CN1

1SS133 D16

EVQ21307K UP

RIGHT

EVQ21307K BASE

SW3 /MI 2

SW2 /MI 1 SW6 /MI 1

SW5 /MI 0 EVQ21307K DOWN

POWER D14

EVQ21307K 1SS133 SELECT D15

SW1 /MI 0

2 Electrical Section

3 Replacement of Main Parts

3 Replacement of Main Parts Following table describes the necessary adjustment after the replacement of each parts. Replacement Parts MAIN BOARD

Necessary Adjustment Initialization, Head Voltage Adjustment, Cartridge Position Adjustment, Print/Cut Offset Adjustment, Tool Pressure, Grit Compensation, Thermal Head Density Adjustment

HEAD CARRIAGE

Head Voltage Adjustment, Head Density Adjustment, Cartridge Position Adjustment, Head Position Adjustment, Print/Cut Offset Adjustment, Printed Length Initialization

TOOL CARRIAGE

Tool Height Adjustment, Tool Pressure Adjustment, Print/Cut Offset Adjustment

CARTRIDGE HOLDER WIRE

Cartridge Position Adjustment Wire Tension Adjustment

3

3-1 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_QUICK REPLACEMENT This section explains the procedure for replacing the HEAD CARRIAGE simply and efficiently. Therefore, there are some screws on the HEAD CARRIAGE which should not be touched. In case you have touched this screw, fix the HEAD CARRIAGE by refering to 3-2 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT.

1

Remove the RAIL COVER and disconnect the HEAD CABLEs connected to CARRIAGE BOARD.

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

2

Remove SCREW B and ADJUSTING SCREW B. Then, remove the HEAD CARRIAGE by pulling it upwards.

ADJUSTING SCREW B DO NOT TOUCH SCREW A

ADJUSTING SCREW A

Make sure not to touch the SCREW A and ADJUSTING SCREW A. In case you have touched these screws, carry out 3-2 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT. SCREW B

SCREW B

3 3

Remove the HEAD HOLDER together with the ADAPTER by removing the 3 SET SCREWs shown in the figure.

ADAPTER

HEAD HOLDER

Do not loosen SCREW C. In case you have loosen these screws, carry out 3-2 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT.

SCREW C

SCREW C SET SCREW

4

Fix the HEAD HOLDER together with the ADAPTER to the HEAD CARRIAGE. HEAD HOLDER

ADAPTER

5

Put the HEAD CARRIAGE so that the PLATE comes between the RESIN part and also the HOLE in the HEAD HOLDER will be positioned to the projected part on the CARRIAGE BASE. Then tighten the ADJUSTING SCREW B and SCREW B temporary.

ADJUSTING SCREW B PLATE SPRING

SCREW B

Make sure to put the SPRING to the left side of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

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SET SCREW

HOLE FOR POSITIONING

RESIN PART SCREW B

3 Replacement of Main Parts

4

Tighten the ADJUSTING SCREW B so that HEAD CARRIAGE would be parallel to the GUIDE RAIL. And tighten up SCREW B.

ADJUSTING SCREW B

SCREW B

3 5

Connect the HEAD CABLEs to the CARRIAGE BOARD and secure them with INSULOCK TIE.

Make sure not to fold the HEAD CABLE completely. It may cause cut-line.

NG

6

GOOD

Carry out the following adjustments. 1. HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT 2. HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMEJNT 3. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (1st) 4. HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 2 5. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (2nd) 6. PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT 7. PRINT LENGTH INITIALIZE

Try printing test. If you have twisted ribbon, carry out

7 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 1.

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-2 HEAD CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RAIL COVER and disconnect the HEAD CABLEs connected to CARRIAGE BOARD.

2

Remove ADJUSTING SCREW B, SCREW A and SCREW B in order and remove the HEAD CARRIAGE.

3 ADJUSTING SCREW B SCREW A SPRING

SCREW B

Be careful not to lose the SPRING located at the left side of HEAD CARRIAGE.

SCREW B

3

Remove the HEAD HOLDER together with the ADAPTER by removing the 3 screws shown in the figure. HEAD HOLDER

ADAPTER SET SCREW

4

HOLE FOR POSITIONING

Fix the HEAD HOLDER together with the ADAPTER to the HEAD CARRIAGE. HEAD HOLDER

ADAPTER

22

SET SCREW

HOLE FOR POSITIONING

3 Replacement of Main Parts

5

Put the HEAD CARRIAGE so that the PLATE comes between the RESIN part and also the HOLE in the HEAD HOLDER will be positioned to the projected part on the CARRIAGE BASE. Then tighten the ADJUSTING SCREW B and SCREW A & B temporary.

ADJUSTING SCREW B PLATE

SCREW A

RESIN PART SCREW B

SPRING

Make sure to put the SPRING to the left side of the HEAD CARRIAGE. SCREW B

3 6

Loosen the SCREW C shown in the figure.

SCREW C

7

Adjust the ADJUSTING SCREW A until it makes contact with the PLATE so that the clearance shown in the figure will be 9.2 mm—10.6 mm (STANDARD : 9.7 mm).

This adjustment is necessary to make the HEAD come straight down on the PLATEN DAMPER.It might cause broken ribbon or twisted ribbon if not adjusted.

8

ADJUSTING SCREW A Contact part

9.2 mm ~10.6 mm

Tighten SCREW A. Make sure that the PLATE is not tilting.

SCREW A

PLATE

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

9

Adjust the position of the HEAD CARRIAGE so that the RESIN part on the HEAD CARRIAGE makes contact with the PLATE. Then tighten SCREW C.

SCREW C

3 Tighten the ADJUSTING SCREW B so that HEAD

10 CARRIAGE would be parallel to the GUIDE RAIL.

ADJUSTING SCREW B

SCREW B

And tighten up SCREW B.

Connect the HEAD CABLEs to the CARRIAGE BOARD

11 and secure them with INSULOCK TIE.

Make sure not to fold the HEAD CABLE completely. It may cause cut-line.

NG

12

Carry out the following adjustments. 1. HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT 2. HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT 3. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (1st) 4. HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 1 5. HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 2 6. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (2nd) 7. PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT 8. PRINT LENGTH INITIALIZE

24

GOOD

3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-3 TOOL CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RAIL COVER and open the FRONT COVER.

3 2

Disconnect PINCH ROLLER SENSOR WIRE and SOLENOID WIRE.

SOLENOID WIRE

PINCH ROLLER SENSOR WIRE

3

Remove the SCREW A and SCREW B in order and remove the TOOL CARRIAGE.

1 SCREW A

2 SCREW B

4

Tighten up SCREW B and SCREW A in order to fix the TOOL CARRIAGE. Then, carry out the following adjustments.

2 SCREW A

1. TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT 2. TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT 3. PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT

1 SCREW B

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-4 PLATEN DAMPER_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RIGHT SIDE COVER.

3 2

Remove the RUBBER MAT and slide out the PLATEN DAMPER.

PLATEN DAMPER

3

Put the new PLATEN DAMPER so that there is looseness in 4 directions, front, rear, left and right.

RUBBER MAT PLATEN DAMPER

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-5 HEAD ARM_FIXING

1

Remove the HEAD CARRIAGE.

3 2

3

Move the front part of the HEAD CARRIAGE towards the front by rotating the WHITE STICK.

WHITE STICK

Put the HEAD ARM as shown in the figure.

HEAD ARM

4

Put the SPRING as shown in the figure.

SPRING HEAD ARM

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

5

Fold the SPRING as shown in the figure and fix the HEAD ARM to the HEAD CARRIAGE.

SPRING

Make sure that the HEAD ARM moves smoothly.

3 6

Carry out the following adjustments after fixing the HEAD CARRIAGE. 1. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (1st) 2. HEAD ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT 3. CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT (2nd) 4. PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT

28

HEAD ARM

3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-6 CARTRIDGE HOLDER ARM_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RAIL COVER and FRONT COVER.

3 2

Open the FRONT COVER BASE and remove the CARTRIDGE HOLDER. CARTRIDGE HOLDER

SCREWS

3

Open the LEFT and RIGHT ARM and remove the CARTRIDGE PLATE together with the RIBBON LEVER.

CARTRIDGE PLATE

ARM

4

FRONT COVER BASE

ARM

RIBBON LEVER

Pull out the PIN and remove the ARM and SPRING.

SPRING

ARM

PIN

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

5

Put the new ARM and SPRING into the PIN and fix it to the HOLDER BASE.

[ RIGHT SIDE ]

SPRING

• Be careful with the direction of the ARM. • Make sure to put the ARM and SPRING in order.

PIN

ARM

HOLDER BASE

3 [ LEFT SIDE ]

ARM

PIN

SPRING

HOLDER BASE

6

Hook the SPRING to the ARM and HOLDER BASE. Put CEMEDINE SUPER X NO.8008 on top of the PIN.

CEMEDINE SUPER X NO.8008

SPRING

ARM

7

Put the CARTRIDGE PLATE together with the RIBBON LEVER.

CARTRIDGE PLATE

RIBBON LEVER

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

8

Make sure that both left and right ARM will open equally. If not, bend the holder slightly downwards to adjust it.

3

HOLDER : Bend slightly downwards.

9

Fix the CARTRIDGE HOLDER to the FRONT COVER BASE.

CARTRIDGE HOLDER

SCREWS

2nd CARTRIDGE HOLDER BASE from the right side has the BLACK TAPE put to it to prevent malfunction of the MEDIA SENSOR.

FRONT COVER BASE

BLACK TAPE

CARTRIDGE HOLDER BASE

10

Adjust CARTRIDGE POSITION.

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-7 PINCH ROLLER_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RAIL COVER, LEFT&RIGHT SIDE COVER and REAR APRON.

2

Remove the PINCH ROLLER SPRING and remove the 2 screws shown in the figure.

3

2 SCREWS 1 SPRING

3

Untighten the 4 screws and remove the BRACKET.

SCREWS

BRAKET SCREWS

4

Remove the INNER COVER.

INNER COVER

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

5

Remove the E-RING which is fixing the PINCH ROLLER SHAFT.

E-RING

3 6

Remove the BUSH located at the left end of PINCH ROLLER SHAFT. BUSH

7

Pull out the PINCH ROLLER SHAFT from the REAR SIDE of the machine.

PINCH ROLLER SHAFT

8

Remove the STOPPER and replace the PINCH ROLLER ASSY. STOPPER

STOPPER PINCH ROLLER ASSY

PINCH ROLLER SHAFT

33

3 Replacement of Main Parts

9

Be careful with the direction of the PINCH ROLLER and the position of the MAGNET when installing the PINCH ROLLER ASSY.

MAGNET PINCH ROLLER

RED MARKING

3 10

Put the STOPPER as shown in the figure. STOPPER

LEFT END GRIT

34

STOPPER

RIGHT END GRIT

3 Replacement of Main Parts

3-8 WIRE_REPLACEMENT

1

Remove the RAIL COVER and LEFT&RIGHT SIDE COVER.

3 2

3

Detach the WIRE from the CARRIAGE BASE. WIRE

Loosen SCREW A and SCREW B in order and loosen the WIRE TENSION.

SCREW

SCREWS A

SCREW B

4

Remove the WIRE as shown in the figure. WIRE

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

5

Remove the MOTOR BRACKET.

BRAKET

SCREWS

3 6

Remove the DRIVER PULLEY from the MOTOR BRACKET.

WIRE

SCREW

7

Loosen the 4 screws and pull out the WIRE.

WIRE

8

Put the new WIRE to the DRIVE PULLEY and fix it to the MOTOR BRACKET.

SCREWS

WIRE

SCREW

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3 Replacement of Main Parts

9

Fix the MOTOR BRACKET to the FRAME.

BRAKET

SCREWS

3 Wind the WIRE around the DRIVE PULLEY from bottom

10 to the top.

DRIVE PULLEY

Make sure the WIRE won't overlap.

WIRE

Rotate the DRIVE PULLEY until the WIRE comes to its

11 center.

WIRE

DRIVE PULLEY

Fix the TOOL CARRIAGE at the center part of the GUIDE

12 RAIL.

WIRE

SCREW

projection

37

3 Replacement of Main Parts

Move the TOOL CARRIAGE in a whole distance of the

13 GUIDE RAIL to remove the slack in the WIRE.

GUIDE RAIL

CARRIAGE

3 14

Adjust the WIRE TENSION.

3-9 MOTOR_FIXING

1

Fix the GRIT MOTOR along with the BRACKET so that there is no looseness or too much load.

[ GRIT SIDE ] SCREWS

BRACKET

2

Fix the CARRIAGE MOTOR so that there is no looseness or too much load.

[ CARRIAGE SIDE ]

SCREWS

38

4 Adjustment

4 Adjustment 4-1 Special Tool Table shows a list of special tools recommended by Roland DG Corp.

Tool No.

ST-002

Tool name

TENSION GAUGE 300g Tool Pressure Adjustment

Purpose

Tool No.

ST-006

Tool name

WHITE DUMMY PEN

4

Tool Height Adjustment Purpose

Tool Pressure Adjustment

Tool No.

ST-011

Tool name

TENSION METER Wire Tension Adjustment

Purpose

Tool No.

ST-012

Tool name

DIAL TENSION METER DT-30 (30g) Tool Pressure Adjustment

Purpose

Tool No.

ST-025

Tool name

HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT TOOL Head Voltage Adjustment

Purpose

Tool No.

ST-035

Tool name

RS-422 LOOP BACK CONNECTOR Serial Interface Check

Purpose

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4 Adjustment

4-2 Service Mode [ENTERING] Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [

], [

] and [

] keys to enter the Service Mode.

[SELECTION] Each check can be selected by pushing the keys related to them as shown in the table below. Once you select any check, other checks can not be selected unless you push [SHEET TYPE] key once. Turn off the SUB POWER SW to finish the SERVICE MODE.

4

CHECK

KEY

DRAM

[BASE POINT]

FUNCTION

OK

Write/Verify Test of DRAM.

[PIECE] LED : ON [ROLL] LED : ON

[PIECE] LED : BLINK [ROLL] LED : BLINK

EEROM

[

]

Write/Verify Test of EEROM.

[PIECE] LED : ON [ROLL] LED : ON

[PIECE] LED : BLINK [ROLL] LED : BLINK

PANEL KEY

[

]

Push the keys in order from the top key to the bottom key.

[PIECE] LED : ON [ROLL] LED : ON

[PIECE] LED : BLINK [ROLL] LED : BLINK

DIP SW

[

]

[PIECE] LED : ON [ROLL] LED : ON

[PIECE] LED : BLINK [ROLL] LED : BLINK

Turn off all the DIP SW. Turn on the DIP SW in order from bit#1 to bit#10.

This mode is to check the SENSORS and FAN. Following LED will light when sensor is ON. FRONT PAPER SENSOR : [PIECE] LED REAR PAPER SENSOR : [ROLL] LED FRONT COVER SENSOR : [FRONT COVER] LED PINCH ROLLER SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] LED SENSOR

[CUT TEST]

LIMIT SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] LED SHEET LOAD SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 3] LED GRIT HOME POSITION SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 4] LED RIBBON END SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 5] LED RIBBON CARRIAGE 1 SENSOR : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 6] LED RIBBON CARRIAGE 2 SENSOR : [COLOR] LED FAN ON/OFF : It can be selected by pushing [CUT TEST] key.

40

NG

4 Adjustment

4-3 Factory Mode [ENTERING] Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys to enter the Factory Mode.

[SELECTION] Each mode can be entered by selecting the related LED with [ ] and [ Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to finish the FACTORY MODE.

LED

] keys and pressing [SHEET TYPE] key.

MODE

4

[PIECE]

EEROM INITIALIZE

[ROLL]

PRINTED LENGTH INITIALIZE

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.1]

PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.2]

TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.3]

GRIT COMPENSATION

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.4]

GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.5]

THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER NO.6]

CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT

EEROM INITIALIZE

PRINTED LENGTH INITIALIZE

All data inside the EEROM will be initialized. Enter the FACTORY MODE and select EEROM INITIALIZE.

Printed length and cleaning counts will be set to 0. Enter the FACTORYMODE and selet PRINTED LENGTH INITIALIZE.

Push [BASE POINT] & [SHEET TYPE] key.

Push [SHEET TYPE] key.

[PIECE] & [ROLL] LED WILL BLINK

[PIECE] & [ROLL] LED WILL BE ON

[PIECE] & [ROLL] LED WILL BLINK

[PIECE] & [ROLL] LED WILL BE ON

NG

OK

NG

OK 41

4 Adjustment

PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT

TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT

This mode is used for adjusting Print and Cut Offset. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

This mode is used for adjusting Tool Pressure. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

GRIT COMPENSATION

GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT

This mode is used for compensating Media Feeding rate. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

This mode is used for Adjusting Grit Eccentricity. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

4

THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT This mode is used for Adjusting Printing Density. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

42

CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT

This mode is used for Adjusting Cartridge Position. Refer to the ADJUSTMENT SECTION for details.

4 Adjustment

4-4 Function Mode

SYSTEM REPORT

Turn on the SUB POWER SW by pressing [ ] keys. Lower the Sheet Loading Lever to print.

Set Black Ribbon & Media.

4 Head Temperature Total Printed Length Amount set by Print/Cut Offset Adjustment Original Amount for Current. MAX should be smaller MIN.

Eccentric amount for Grit Eccentricity Adjustment

Serial Number of the HEAD

Environment Temperature **** PC-60 System Report **** Version : Firmware= A140 Booter= B100 Temperature: Head= 32cel Env.= 26cel Number of cleaning with Cleaning Sheet Record : Print= 3933m Cleaning= 2 Amount set by Cartridge Position *** Factory settings *** Adjustment Offset : Head-X= -7step Head-Y= 14step Holder= -20step Tool Force VR : Max= 776 Min= 0 Indicates the position of Slide Volume. Solenoid Current : Max= 41 Min= 343 MAX should be bigger than MIN. Grit Distance : +8 Eccentricity : Amount- 0 Number= 0 Head ID : B06-0032 Density Adjust : +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Amount for Grit Compensation : 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 -1 Stitch Adjust : Upper= 0 Lower= 0 On Board Dip-SW : (1) X0XX (4) Amount set by Density Adjustment *** User settings *** User Dip-SW : (1) XXXXXXXXXX (10) Amount set by Stitching Adjustment Line Space : 0dot

User DIP SW settings

DIP SW settings on Main Board Amount set by Line Space Adjustment

AGING MODE

PRINTING TEST

Turn on the SUB POWER SW by pressing [ ], [ ] and [ ] keys.

Turn on the SUB POWER SW by pressing [CUT TEST] keys.

GRIT ROLLER and TOOL CARRIAGE start to idle.

Turn off the SUB POWER SW to end.

Cuts around C & K. ( : starting point)

C M Y K

B

R

CMY K

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4 Adjustment

SERIAL INTERFACE CHECK RS-422 CABLE CONNECTION

Connect the Loop-Back Connector to serial port.

1 (HskoA (DTR)) 3 (TXDA-) 6 (TXDA+)

Turn on the SUB POWER SW by pressing [ ] key.

RS-232C CABLE CONNECTION Connection 3 (RxD) 20 (DTR)

2 (TxD) 5 (CTS)

4

RS-422 RS-232C

OK [PIECE] LED : ON [ROLL] LED : ON

Connection 2 (HskiA (/CTS)) 5 (RXDA-) 8 (RXDA+)

NG [PIECE] LED : BLINK [ROLL] LED : BLINK

Push [CUT TEST] to check again, turn off the SUB POWER SW to end.

TEST PATTERN MODE Turn on the SUB POWERSW by pressing [ ], [ ] and [CUT TEST] keys.

Lower the Sheet Loading Lever to print. Select Test Pattern by pressing [BASE POINT] or [CUT TEST] keys. Set the Black Ribbon and Media.

Turn off the sub power SW to end.

TEST PATTERN NO.1

CARTRIDGE HOLDER LED NO.2 NO.3 NO.4 NO.5

NO.6

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Dithering Test Pattern

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

100% Dithering Pattern

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Slanting Parallel Line

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Solid Color Test Pattern with bottom half of Head

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Solid Color Test Pattern with top half of Head

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Checker

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

3mm pitch straight line

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4 Adjustment

4-5 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE

1

Connect PC and PC-60 with the PARALLEL CABLE.

It is necessary to prepare the followings to upgrade the FIRMWARE. 1. FIRMWARE DISK 2. PC with MS-DOS 3. PARALLEL CABLE

2

3

4

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [ ], [ ], [ ] keys. It is ready to receive data when [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] LED become ON and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] LED blinks.

Open the download.bat from MS-DOS. (Type download and press [RETURN] key.)

Some PCs can not use the BAT FILE. Please refer to the ReadMe File in the FIRMWARE DISK.

4

Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to end when all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LEDs blink.

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4 Adjustment

4-6 TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT TOOL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT is designed to ensure cutting quality by eliminating tool-bouncing as the tool traverses the media. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the TOOL CARRIAGE, BED and GUIDE RAIL. It is necessary to enter TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment. ROLAND SPECIAL TOOL ST-006 is used for this adjustment.

[TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

4 TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE

All [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be ON. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

MAX. MODE [CUT TEST] key

[

] or [

] key

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings

Adjust Tool Pressure

[

] or [

[BASE POINT] key

Move Tool DOWN

] key [CUT TEST] key

MIN. MODE All [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be OFF.

1

46

Put the PINCH ROLLERs down at both ends of the GRIT ROLLER.

4 Adjustment

2

Put the WHITE DUMMY PEN (ST-006) to the TOOL CARRIAGE. ST-006

CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY

3

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE.

4 To enter

For selection

4

5

Move the TOOL CARRIAGE to the 3 positions shown in the figure. Carry out the procedure mentioned in 5 at the position where the clearance between the pen tip and the BED is the smallest among the 3.

Adjust the ADJUSTING SCREW so that the clearance between the pen tip and the BED would be 2.4—2.6 mm.

ADJUSTING SCREW

BED

47

4 Adjustment

4-7 TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT is for adjusting the voltage supplied to the solenoid of the TOOL CARRIAGE to ensure that correct pressure would be added to the blade when cutting. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the TOOL CARRIAGE, BED and GUIDE RAIL. It is necessary to enter TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment. ROLAND SPECIAL TOOL ST-002, ST-006 and ST-012 is used for this adjustment.

[TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

4

TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE

All [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be ON. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

MAX. MODE [CUT TEST] key

[

] or [

] key

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings

[BASE POINT] key

Adjust Tool Pressure

[

] or [

Move Tool DOWN

] key [CUT TEST] key

MIN. MODE All [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be OFF.

1

Make sure to adjsut the TOOL HEIGHT before this adjustment. Remove the RAIL COVER and put the WHITE DUMMY PEN (ST-006) to the TOOL CARRIAGE.

ST-006

CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY

48

4 Adjustment

2

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the TOOL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

3

4

5

4

Select MAX. MODE. MAX. and MIN. can be selected by pressing the [BASE POINT] key. Then, move the SLIDE VOLUME for TOOL PRESSURE at the right side of the machine to MAX. MAX. MODE : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED ON MIN. MODE : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED OFF

Move the TOOL CARRIAGE to the position where the TOOL HIGHT has been adjusted by hand. Press [CUT TEST] key to move the tool down.

Pull up the TOOL CARRIAGE with the TENSION GAUGE (ST-002) and measure the TOOL PRESSURE when the pen tip leaves the BED. Adjust TOOL PRESSURE so that it will be 195—205gf with [ ] and [ ] keys. Press the [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings.

ST-002

CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY

BED

49

4 Adjustment

6

4

7

8

Select MIN. MODE. MAX. and MIN. can be selected by pressing the [BASE POINT] key. Then, move the SLIDE VOLUME for TOOL PRESSURE at the right side of the machine to MIN. MAX. MODE : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED ON MIN. MODE : [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED OFF

Press the [CUT TEST] key to move the pen down.

Pull up the TOOL CARRIAGE with the DIAL CAUGE (ST012) and measure the TOOL PRESSURE when pen tip leaves the BED. Adjust the TOOL PRESSURE so that it will be 25—35gf with [ ] and [ ] keys. Press [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings. Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to end.

ST-012

CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY

BED

50

4 Adjustment

4-8 HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT is designed to level the manufacturing tolerance of consumption in each HEAD by adjusting the voltage. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the HEAD CARRIAGE and MAIN BOARD. ROLAND SPECIAL TOOL ST-025 is used for this adjustment.

1

2

4

Remove the RAIL COVER and FRONT APRON.

Connect the HEAD VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT TOOL (ST025) to CN12 on the MAIN BOARD. ST-025

Make sure to use ST-025. If not, it may result in the breakage of the HEAD.

3

CN12

Turn on the SUB POWER SW and measure the voltage after the FAN stops.

HEAD VOLTAGE drops down when FAN is rotating.

CN12

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4 Adjustment

4

Adjust VR1 on the MAIN BOARD so that the voltage will be the one written on the top part of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

VR1

4

5

The HEAD VOLTAGE is written on top of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

SPRING

SCREWS

29.8V

52

4 Adjustment

4-9 AUTO THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT is designed to ensure the printing quality by adjusting the density in 1 BAND. THERMAL HEAD is consist of 240 dots. (192 dots are used for printing.) However, there is slight difference in quantity of consumption on each dots and appears as blurry printing. This adjustment is to even the density in 1 BAND by deviding the HEAD into 30 groups (8 dots in 1 group), and setting the heating time of each group one by one. DARK DENSITY CURVE

HEAD 1 group = 8dots

4 LIGHT

240 dots

There are 2 ways of performing this adjustment. 1. AUTO ADJUSTMENT 2. MANUAL ADJUSTMENT AUTO ADJUSTMENT can be done by sending the HEAD data file [???-????.TEI] for each HEAD using special software [PC60SPF.EXE]. Spare HEAD will be supplied with the data file and the software. MANUAL ADJUSTMENT can also be done by setting 30 parameters manually from the panel. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of HEAD CARRIAGE and MAIN BOARD. It is necessary to enter THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment.

53

4 Adjustment

[THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] key

[CUT TEST] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT MODE

[COLOR] LED will be ON.

AUTO. ADJUSTMENT MODE

Send data from PC.

[POWER] & [FRONT COVER] LED will blink.

[CUT TEST] key

[

Reset parameters to default.

[

[SHEET TYPE] key

] key

RESET MODE

MANUAL ADJUSTMENT MODE

[BASE POINT] key

SETTING MODE

4

[

] or [

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for BOTTOM EDGE.

] or [

] key

] keys

[

GROUP SELECTION MODE [

] or [

Select GROUP to be adjusted.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Change parameters for TOP STITCHING ADJUSTMENT. ] keys

[SHEET TYPE] key

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

Save Settings. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

Connect PC and PC-60 with the PARALLEL CABLE.

It is necessary to prepare the followings to adjust HEAD DENSITY. 1. DENSITY ADJUSTMENT SOFTWARE 2. PC with MS-DOS 3. PARALLEL CABLE

2

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 5] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

54

] keys

Change parameters for BOTTOM STITCHING ADJUSTMENT.

Save Settings.

1

] or [

[BASE POINT] LED will be ON.

] keys

Change parameters for HEAD DENSITY.

[

[BASE POINT] key

[BASE POINT] LED will be OFF.

] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for TOP EDGE. [

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1, 3 & 5] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2, 4 & 6] will blink alternately.

[POWER] & [BASE POINT] LED will blink.

4 Adjustment

3

4

5

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER. Press the [CUT TEST] key to enter the AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT MODE. All [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will blink.

4

Install the DENSITY ADJUSTING SOFTWARE DISK in your PC. The DISK includes the following. 1. Program [PC60SPF.EXE] to download data. 2. Data file for the HEAD [???-????.TEI]. 3. README.TXT

Send data file from MS-DOS by typing as below. PC60SPF /L ???-????.TEI [???-????] is the serial number of the HEAD. It is also written on the HEAD as shown in the figure.

Example

PTMTM3207A 719A10 B05-0051

Serial Number : B05-0051

6

When the AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT is done properly, [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be OFF from 1 to 6 in order. If NG, PC-60 repeats the following indication. 1. All LED blink 5 times. 2. [COLOR] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] LED blinks once.

55

4 Adjustment

7

4

8

If OK, turn off the MAIN POWER SW to finish the adjustment. If NG, turn off the MAIN POWER SW and start from the beginning.

The parameters for the HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT is put on the GUIDE RAIL.

Grit Distance Eccentricity Head ID Density Adjust

: : : : : Stitch Adjust :

56

+8 Amount- 0 B06-0032 +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper= 0

Number= 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lower= 0

0 0 0 -1

0 0

0 0 0 -1

4 Adjustment

4-10 MANUAL THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT The purpose of this adjustment is same as for AUTO ADJUSTMENT. This adjustment should be performed in case of not having the data file for the HEAD or special program for sending this data automatically. All 30 parameters can be set manually through the panel. Parameters for the HEAD being used is mentioned on top of the RAIL.

[THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENTMODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] key

[CUT TEST] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT MODE

[COLOR] LED will be ON.

AUTO. ADJUSTMENT MODE

Send data from PC.

[POWER] & [FRONT COVER] LED will blink.

[CUT TEST] key

Reset parameters to default.

[

[SHEET TYPE] key

] key

RESET MODE

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1, 3 & 5] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2, 4 & 6] will blink alternately.

[BASE POINT] LED will be OFF. [BASE POINT] key

SETTING MODE

[

] or [

] keys

Change parameters for HEAD DENSITY.

MANUAL ADJUSTMENT MODE

[

] key

[

] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for BOTTOM EDGE.

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for TOP EDGE.

[

[BASE POINT] key

] or [

[POWER] & [BASE POINT] LED will blink.

] keys

[

] or [

] keys

[BASE POINT] LED will be ON.

GROUP SELECTION MODE [

] or [

Select GROUP to be adjusted.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Change parameters for TOP STITCHING ADJUSTMENT. ] keys

Change parameters for BOTTOM STITCHING ADJUSTMENT. [SHEET TYPE] key

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

Save Settings. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

Save Settings.

1

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 5] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

57

4

4 Adjustment

2

4

3

4

5

58

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER Keep pressing the [POWER] key until [POWER] and [FRONT COVER] LED start blinking to enter the STITCHING ADJUSTMENT MODE.

Press [CUT TEST] key to enter the MANUAL ADJUSTMENT MODE. During this mode, [COLOR] LED will be ON.

Reset the settings for THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT to 0. ] key. To enter the RESET MODE, press [ [CARTRIDGE HOLDER LED 1, 3 & 5] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER LED 2, 4 & 6] will blink alternately. To carry out, press [SHEET TYPE] key.

Select GROUP SELECTION MODE. Selection can be done by [BASE POINT] key. [BASE POINT] LED ON : GROUP SELECTION MODE [BASE POINT] LED OFF : SETTING MODE

4 Adjustment

6

7

8

Select the GROUP to be adjusted by [ ] or [ ] keys. GROUP NO. will be indicated by the combination of [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED.

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED

POSITION NO.

1

2

3

4

0

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

1

ON

OFF

OFF

2

OFF

ON

OFF

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED

5

POSITION NO.

1

2

3

4

5

OFF

15

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

16

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

17

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON ON

3

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

18

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

4

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

19

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

5

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

20

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

6

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

21

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

7

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

22

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

8

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

23

ON

ON

ON

OFF

ON

9

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

24

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

10

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

25

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

11

ON

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

26

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

12

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

27

ON

ON

OFF

ON

ON

13

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

28

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

14

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

29

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

4

Select SETTING MODE. Selection can be done by [BASE POINT] key. [BASE POINT] LED ON : GROUP SELECTION MODE [BASE POINT] LED OFF : SETTING MODE

Set the parameters by pressing [ ] or [ ] keys. Press [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings. Status of the settings will be indicated by the [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LEDs as shown in the table.

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED 1

2

3

4

5

AMOUNT 6

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-5

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-4

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-3

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

OFF

-2

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

-1

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

0

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

+1

OFF

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

+2

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

+3

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

+4

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

+5

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4 Adjustment

9

4

Repeat procedure 5 — 8 to set all 30 GROUPS. Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to finish the adjustment.

The parameters for the HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT is

10 put on the GUIDE RAIL.

Grit Distance Eccentricity Head ID Density Adjust

: : : : : Stitch Adjust :

60

+8 Amount- 0 B06-0032 +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper= 0

Number= 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lower= 0

0 0 0 -1

0 0

0 0 0 -1

4 Adjustment

4-11 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 1 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 1 is designed to ensure the printing quality by aligning the HEAD to land straight down on the PLATEN. It is necessary to avoid BLURRY PRINT, BROKEN RIBBON and TWISTED RIBBON. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

1

2

3

4

Remove the RAIL COVER.

Loosen ADJUSTING SCREW A and SCREW B shown in the figure.

ADJUSTING SCREW A SCREW B

Loosen the SCREW C shown in the figure.

SCREW C

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4 Adjustment

7

Adjust the ADJUSTING SCREW A until it makes contact with the PLATE so that the clearance shown in the figure will be 9.2—10.6 mm. (STANDARD : 9.7 mm)

ADJUSTING SCREW A Contact part 9.2 ~ 10.6 mm

4

8

Tighten SCREW B. Make sure that the PLATE is not tilting.

SCREW B

PLATE

9

Tighten SCREW C after setting the HEAD CARRIAGE so that the RESIN part on the HEAD CARRIAGE makes contact with the PLATE.

SCREW C

Try test printing. If there is twisted ribbon or broken ribbon, 7 by changing the amount.

10 readjust

62

4 Adjustment

4-12 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 2 HEAD POSITION ADJUSTMENT 2 is designed to ensure the printing quality by aligning the HEAD to be vertical to the GUIDE RAIL It is necessary to avoid BROKEN RIBBON and TWISTED RIBBON. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

1

2

3

4

Remove the RAIL COVER and raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER.

Enter the TEST PATTERN MODE by turning on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ], [ ] and [CUT TEST] keys. Select [3 mm pitch straight line] with [BASE POINT] or [CUT TEST] key.

TEST PATTERN 3mm pitch straight line

NO.1

CARTRIDGE HOLDER LED NO.2 NO.3 NO.4 NO.5

NO.6

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Dithering Test Pattern

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

100% Dithering Pattern

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Slanting Parallel Line

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Solid Color Test Pattern with bottom half of Head

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Solid Color Test Pattern with top half of Head

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Checker

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Put the BLACK RIBBON CARTRIDGE to the CARTRIDGE HOLDER and set the MEDIA.

Other RIBBON CARTRIDGE except the BLACK can not be used.

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4 Adjustment

4

4

Lower and SHEET LOADING LEVER and close the FRONT COVER to start printing 3 mm pitch line.

5

Loosen the SCREW B and adjust the ADJUSTING SCREW so that the printed lines will be straight.

SCREW B

ADJUSTING SCREW

6

When the 2 lines shifts as fig.1 turn the ADJUSTING SCREW clockwise, and turn it counter clockwise for fig.2.

fig1

fig2

FRONT

7

64

Tighten SCREW B after the adjustment. Adjust the CARTRIDGE POSITION.

FRONT

SCREW B

4 Adjustment

4-13 PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT is designed to ensure the relation of printing and cutting position. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the TOOL CARRIAGE, HEAD CARRIAGE and MAIN BOARD. It is necessary to enter the PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment.

[PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

4 PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT MODE

[POWER] LED will be ON and [PIECE] or [ROLL] LED will blink.

Set media and ribbon cartridge. [POWER] key

[POWER] LED will blink and [PIECE] & [ROLL] LED will be ON.

CROP MARK will be printed. [

], [

], [

] and [

] keys

[POWER] key

Adjust PRINT/CUT OFFSET. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

[SEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

1

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER.

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4 Adjustment

2

Set the BLACK RIBBON CARTRIDGE, MEDIA and 0.2 mm CERAMIC PEN on the machine.

Other RIBBON CARTRIDGE except the BLACK can not be used.

4

3

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the PRINT/CUT OFFSET ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

4

Lower the SHEET LOADING LEVER and close the FRONT COVER. Keep pressing the [POWER] key until the [POWER] LED starts blinking. CROP MARK will be printed and the TOOL CARRIAGE will move close to the CROP MARK.

CROP MARK

5

Open the FRONT COVER. Move the TOOL CARRIAGE with the cursor keys so that the pen tip will come right onto the CROSS of the CROP MARK when pushing it down with your finger. Press the [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings. Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to end.

CROP MARK

66

4 Adjustment

4-14 CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT is designed to align the relative positions of HEAD CARRIAGE and the CARTRIDGE HOLDER for proper cartridge pick when HEAD enters the CARTRIDGE HOLDER to pick the cartridge. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the HEAD CARRIAGE, CARTRIDGE HOLDER and MAIN BOARD. It is necessary to enter the CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment.

4

[CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] LED will blink and [PIECE] & [ROLL] LED will be ON

[POWER] LED will be ON and [ROLL] LED will blink.

[POWER] LED will be ON and [PIECE] LED will blink.

[POWER] key

CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST

ADJUSTMENT MODE [

] or [

CMYK SENSING TEST

] keys

Close FRONT COVER. Open FRONT COVER.

Adjust CARTRIDGE POSITION.

Performs CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

1

[SHEET TYPE] key

ERROR

Performs CMYK SENSING TEST. GOOD

END

Remove the RAIL COVER and open the FRONT COVER..

67

4 Adjustment

2

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 6] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

4

3

4

Keep pressing the [POWER] key to enter the ADJUSTMENT MODE. During the ADJUSTMENT MODE, [POWER] LED will blink and both [PIECE] and [ROLL] LEDs will be ON.

Close the FRONT COVER. Move the HEAD CARRIAGE with [ ] and [ ] keys so that the white gear comes to the center of the CARTRIDGE HOLDER. Press the [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings.

HEAD CARRIAGE

CARTRIDGE HOLDER

5

68

Open the FRONT COVER. Then, press the [POWER] key to return to the TEST MODE. During the TEST MODE, [POWER] LED will be ON and either [PIECE] or [ROLL] LED will blink.

WHITE GEAR

4 Adjustment

6

7

8

Select CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST. Selection can be done by [SHEET TYPE] key. [PIECE] LED blinks : CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST [ROLL] LED blinks : CMYK SENSING TEST

4

Put the RIBBON CARTRIDGE to the CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1 and close the FRONT COVER. CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST will be preformed repeatedly in a sequence described as the table below.

PASS

EXCHANGED PERFORMED

LED INDICATION

1st

At the position where it is adjusted.

[BASE POINT] LED : OFF [COLOR] LED : OFF

2nd

At the position where 8 steps shifted to the left.

[BASE POINT] LED : ON [COLOR] LED : OFF

3rd

At the position where 8 steps shifted to the right.

[BASE POINT] LED : OFF [COLOR] LED : ON

Repeat 4 — 8 until CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST is performed without problem. Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to finish the adjustment.

CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST should be performed without problem in the all PASS.

69

4 Adjustment

4-15 CMYK SENSING CHECK CMYK SENSING CHECK is necessary when checking the RIBBON CARRIAGE SENSOR 2 is function to detect the type of CARTRIDGE being installed. This check should be performed in case of CARTRIDGE SENSING ERROR. It is necessary to enter the CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this check.

4

[CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] LED will blink and [PIECE] & [ROLL] LED will be ON

[POWER] LED will be ON and [ROLL] LED will blink.

[POWER] LED will be ON and [PIECE] LED will blink.

[POWER] key

CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST

ADJUSTMENT MODE [

] or [

Adjust CARTRIDGE POSITION.

Close FRONT COVER.

Performs CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

70

CMYK SENSING TEST

] keys Open FRONT COVER.

1

[SHEET TYPE] key

Remove the RAIL COVER and open the FRONT COVER.

ERROR

Performs CMYK SENSING TEST. GOOD

END

4 Adjustment

2

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 6] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the CARTRIDGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

3

4

5

4

Make sure that it is in the TEST MODE. During the TEST MODE, [POWER] LED will be ON and either [PIECE] or [ROLL] LED will blink. If not, press the [POWER] key to enter the MODE.

Select CMYK SENSING CHECK. Selection can be done by [SHEET TYPE] key. [PIECE] LED blinks : CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE TEST [ROLL] LED blinks : CMYK SENSRING CHECK

Put CMYK ribbon in the CARTRIDGE HOLDER and close the FRONT COVER. PC60 starts performing CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE in order of CMYK.

71

4 Adjustment

4-16 GRIT COMPENSATION GRIT COMPENSATION is designed to ensure the distance accuracy by adjusting the media-feeding rate. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the MAIN BOARD, or in case of having GAP between BANDs or BANDING PROBLEM, or in case you like to improve the distance accuracy. It is necessary to enter the GRIT COMPENSATION MODE in the FACTORY MODE to perform this adjustment.

[GRIT COMPENSATION MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

4

GRIT COMPENSATION MODE [POWER] LED will blink and [PIECE] & [ROLL] LED will be ON.

[POWER] key

ADJUSTMENT MODE

PRINTING MODE

[CUT TEST] key [BASE POINT] key

Indicates setting by LED.

Change parameters to default.

[

] or [

] keys

Change parameters for GRIT [ ] or [ ] keys COMPENSATION. [SHEET TYPE] key

After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

1

72

Make sure to check the followings before this adjustments. 1. Put LINE SPACING MODE to default. (P.95) 2. Put the GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT to default.

Save Settings.

Test pattern for GRIT COMPENSATION will be printed.

4 Adjustment

2

3

4

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 3] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the GRIT COMPENSATION MODE.

4

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER and select the PRINTING MODE. Normally, it should be in the PRINTING MODE. If not, selection can be done by pressing the [POWER] key. PRINTING MODE : [POWER] LED ON. ADJUSTMENT MODE : [POWER] LED BLINKS.

Set the MAGENTA RIBBON CARTRIDGE, MEDIA and the PEN on the machine. The pattern shown in the figure will be printed when SHEET LOADING LEVER is lowered and FRONT COVER is closed.

CUT

250mm

Other RIBBON CARTRIDGE except the MAGENTA can not be used.

PRINT

50mm

5

Calculate the amount to be compensated by using the right formula. CA = Compensating amount CL = Commanded amount (250 mm) ML = Measured amount

FORMULA

CL - ML ML

CA =

[FOR EXAMPLE]

250 mm

-

x 100

When ML is 249.9 mm

249.9 mm

249.9 mm

X 100 = 0.04 %

73

4 Adjustment

6

4

7

8

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER and select the ADJUSTMENT MODE. Keep pressing the [POWER] key until the [POWER] LED starts blinking to enter the ADJUSTMENT MODE. PRINTING MODE : [POWER] LED ON. ADJUSTMENT MODE : [POWER] LED BLINKS.

Current settings can be checked by pressing the [CUT TEST] key. And also, settings can be changed back to the default by pressing the [BASE POINT] key.

Enter the amount to be compensated with [ ] and [ keys. Press the [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings.

RANGE : UNIT :

9

]

-20 STEP — +20 STEP 1STEP = 0.03%

The parameters for the GRIT COMPENSATION is put on the GUIDE RAIL.

Grit Distance Eccentricity Head ID Density Adjust

: : : : : Stitch Adjust :

74

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED

+8 Amount- 0 B06-0032 +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper= 0

Number= 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lower= 0

0 0 0 -1

0 0

0 0 0 -1

MEANING

1

OFF : + ON : -

2

Blinks for amount of the 10th digit.

3

Blinks for amount of the 1st digit.

4 Adjustment

4-17 WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT is designed to ensure the movement of the TOOL CARRIAGE and HEAD CARRIAGE by adding the proper tension to the WIRE. This adjustment must be performed after replacement of the WIRE and Y PULLEY.

1

2

3

4

Remove the RAIL COVER and LEFT SIDE COVER. Then, move the TOOL CARRIAGE to the left end of the machine.

Loosen the SCREW A located at the left end of the machine. SCREW A

Measure the TENSION at the center of the machine with TENSION METER (ST-011). ST-011 TENSION METER

REAR

SIDE

75

4 Adjustment

4

4

5

6

7

76

Adjust the tension with the SCREW B so that it will be 8— 10 lb.

SCREW B

Make sure to check the tension again after moving the TOOL CARRIAGE back and forth in a whole distance of the GUIDE RAIL. If the tension changes, re-adjust it by following 3 — 4 .

Tighten the SCREW A located at the left end of the machine.

Check the tension again.

SCREW A

4 Adjustment

4-18 STITCHING ADJUSTMENT

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT SHOULDN'T BE PERFORMED FOR ORDINARY SERVICE. This adjustment can decrease or increase the printing density of top and bottom edges of the BAND for a purpose of reducing the BANDING PROBLEM or WHITE LINE between the BANDs. However, the adjustment procedure has not been established perfectly, yet. Therefore, this procedure is tentative and should be followed only when BANDING PROBLEM or WHITE LINE between the BANDs can not be reduced by performing other measures. WHAT IS STITCHING ADJUSTMENT? As it is mentioned in THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE, heating time for each GROUP can be adjusted separately by deviding the HEAD to 30 groups. STITCHING ADJUSTMENT is for changing the heating time of the group used for printing the top and bottom edge of the BAND.

4 DARK

192 dots (Dots used for printing) Groups to be adjusted.

1 group = 8dots HEAD

LIGHT

240 dots

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4 Adjustment

[THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)]

THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] key

[CUT TEST] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT MODE

[COLOR] LED will be ON.

AUTO. ADJUSTMENT MODE

Send data from PC.

[POWER] & [FRONT COVER] LED will blink.

[CUT TEST] key

[

Reset parameters to default.

[

[SHEET TYPE] key

] key

RESET MODE

MANUAL ADJUSTMENT MODE

[BASE POINT] key

SETTING MODE

4

[

] or [

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for BOTTOM EDGE.

] or [

] key

] keys

[

GROUP SELECTION MODE [

] or [

Select GROUP to be adjusted.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Change parameters for TOP STITCHING ADJUSTMENT. ] keys

[SHEET TYPE] key

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

Save Settings. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 5] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the THERMAL HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

2

78

] keys

Change parameters for BOTTOM STITCHING ADJUSTMENT.

Save Settings.

1

] or [

[BASE POINT] LED will be ON.

] keys

Change parameters for HEAD DENSITY.

[

[BASE POINT] key

[BASE POINT] LED will be OFF.

] key

STITCHING ADJUSTMENT for TOP EDGE. [

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1, 3 & 5] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2, 4 & 6] will blink alternately.

[POWER] & [BASE POINT] LED will blink.

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER Keep pressing the [POWER] key until [POWER] and [FRONT COVER] LED start blinking to enter the STITCHING ADJUSTMENT MODE.

4 Adjustment

3

Select TOP or BOTTOM edge to be adjusted by [ ] and [ ] keys. [ ] key : TOP edge. [FRONT COVER] LED blinks [ ] key : BOTTOM edge. [BASE POINT] LED blinks

PAPER FEEDING DIRECTION TOP EDGE

BOTTOM EDGE

4

5

Status of the STITCHING will be indicated by the [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LEDs as shown in the table. Select the amount to be adjsuted by [ ] and [ ] keys. Press [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings. Adjust both the TOP and BOTTOM edges and turn off the MAIN POWER SW to end.

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED 1

2

3

4

5

AMOUNT

DENSITY

LIGHTER

6

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-5

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-4

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

-3

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

OFF

-2

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

-1

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

OFF

0

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

+1

OFF

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

OFF

+2

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

+3

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

BLINK

BLINK

+4

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

+5

DEFAULT

DARKER

The parameters for the STITCHING ADJUSTMENT is put on the GUIDE RAIL.

Grit Distance Eccentricity Head ID Density Adjust

: : : : : Stitch Adjust :

+8 Amount- 0 B06-0032 +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper= 0

Number= 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lower= 0

0 0 0 -1

0 0

0 0 0 -1

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4

4 Adjustment

4-19 GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT SHOULDN'T BE PERFORMED FOR ORDINARY SERVICE. This adjustment is designed to ensure the printing quality by calibrating the eccentric amount of the GRIT ROLLER. GRIT ROLLER is eccentric due to the manufacturing tolerance. Sometimes, the eccentricity of GRIT ROLLER could cause dark BANDING or WHITE LINE between BANDs. When printing is effected by the eccentricity of GRIT ROLLER, GAP and BANDING appear in every 8 BAND in a cycle. For example, if there is BANDING in between 1st and 2nd BAND, there will be GAP between 9th and 10th BAND. However, the adjustment procedure has not been established perfectly, yet, and also, BANDING and WHITE LINE are caused more by other reasons. Therefore, this procedure is tentative and should be followed only when BANDING or WHITE LINE is caused by the eccenctricity of the GRIT ROLLER.

4

9th BAND

1st BAND

[GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT MODE FLOW CHART (in Factory Mode)] GRIT ECCENCTRICITY ADJUSTMENT MODE [POWER] LED will blink and [PIECE] & [ROLL] LED will be ON.

[POWER] LED will be ON and [PIECE] or [ROLL] LED will blink.

[POWER] key

ADJUSTMENT MODE

[

] or [

] keys

Test pattern for GRIT ECCENTRICITY will be printed.

Select position to be adjusted. [

] or [

] keys

Change parameters for GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT. After all [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED become ON, it will be turned OFF from 1 to 6 in order. Then, [PIECE] and [ROLL] LED will be ON.

[SHEET TYPE] key

Save Settings.

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PRINTING MODE

GAP

BANDING

4 Adjustment

1

2

Make sure to check the followings before this adjustment. 1. Put LINE SPACING MODE to default. (P.95) 2. GRIT CALIBRATION 3. Turn off the FRONT EDGE SENSE MODE. (P.94)

4

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER. Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing [POWER], [SHEET TYPE] and [BASE POINT] keys and enter the FACTORY MODE. Select [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 4] with [ ] or [ ] keys and press [SHEET TYPE] key to enter the GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT MODE.

To enter

For selection

3

Set the CYAN RIBBON CARTRIDGE and MEDIA on the machine. And then, select ROLL as media type.

Other RIBBON CARTRIDGE except the CYAN can not be used.

4

Lower the SHEET LOADING LEVER and close the FRONT COVER. The pattern shown in the figure will be printed.

17 BANDs

17 BANDs

Because there is no STITCHING TREATMENT, there will be gap or banding between bands.

30mm

30mm

81

4 Adjustment

5

4

6

Raise the SHEET LOADING LEVER. Keep pressing the [POWER] key for a while. When [POWER] key is released [POWER] LED blinks and [PIECE]&[ROLL] LED become ON and enter the ADJUSTMENT MODE.

Find the position where the gap between the BANDs is the biggest.

POSITION NO.16 POSITION NO.15 POSITION NO.14 • • • • • • • • • • • POSITION NO.3 POSITION NO.2 POSITION NO.1

7

The condition of the GAP will be displayed by the combination of the [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED [1] and [2].

Enter the POSITION NO. found in 6 with [ keys. Refer to the table on next page.

] and [

]

POSITION NO. will be displayed by the combination of [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED [3]—[6].

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MEDIA FEEDING DIRECTION

BANDING

Enter the amount of the biggest GAP found in 6 by referring to the right table with [ ] and [ ] keys. AMOUNT

8

THE BIGGEST GAP

[CARTRIDTGE HOLDER] LED 1

2

DEFAULT

OFF

OFF

SMALL

ON

OFF

MIDIUM

OFF

ON

LARGE

ON

ON

4 Adjustment

9

[CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED

POSITION NO.

3

4

5

6

1

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

2

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

3

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

4

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

5

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

6

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

7

ON

ON

ON

OFF

8

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

9

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

10

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

11

ON

ON

OFF

ON

12

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

13

ON

OFF

ON

ON

14

OFF

ON

ON

ON

15

ON

ON

ON

ON

16

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

4

Press [SHEET TYPE] key to save the settings. Turn off the MAIN POWER SW to end.

The parameters for the GRIT ECCENTRICITY

10 ADJUSTMENT is put on the GUIDE RAIL.

Grit Distance Eccentricity Head ID Density Adjust

: : : : : Stitch Adjust :

+8 Amount- 0 B06-0032 +1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper= 0

Number= 0 0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lower= 0

0 0 0 -1

0 0

0 0 0 -1

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4 Adjustment

-- MEMO --

4

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5 Supplemental Information

5 Supplemental Information 5-1 OPERATIONAL SEQUENCE

Main Power SW ON

DRAM CHECK

NG

All LEDs blink 5 times and [ROLL] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] LED blink once.

OK Copy firmware to DRAM from FLASH MEMORY.

NG

All LEDs blink 5 times and [FRONT COVER]and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 1] LED blink once.

OK

Firmware program SUM CHECK.

NG

All LEDs blink 5 times and [FRONT COVER]and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] LED blink once.

OK

5

Sub Power SW ON

[POWER] LED ON

EEROM CHECK

NG

All LEDs blink 5 times and [ROLL] and [CARTRIDGE HOLDER 2] LED blink once.

OK Initialize THERMAL HEAD.

Detect Limit Position.

Select Sheet Type.

Detects Sheet Loading Lever.

UP

DOWN

NG Detects Midia

[PIECE] and [ROLL] LED starts blinking.

Detects FRONT COVER.

OPEN

OK CLOSE

Detects Pinch Roller Position.

NG

[PIECE] and [ROLL] LED starts blinking.

[FRONT COVER] LED will be ON.

OK

NG Detects CARTRIDGE TYPE.

[CARTRIGE HOLDER] LED blinks.

Move to Print Origin to be stand-by. OK [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LED will be ON.

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5 Supplemental Information

5-2 SENSOR MAP RIBBON CARRIAGE SENSOR 1 This sensor detects whether the RIBBON CARTRIDGE is installed or not.

Y LIMIT SENSOR This sensor detects the Y Limit.

RIBBON CARRIAGE SENSOR 2 This sensor detects the type of RIBBON CARTRIDGE which is installed.

SHEET LOAD SENSOR This sensor detects whether the SHEET LOADING LEVER is raised or lowered.

REAR PAPER SENSOR This sensor detects whether the Media is set or not. And also, it detects the rear edge of the Media. Media has to be on this sensor when SETUP.

5

FRONT COVER SENSOR

GRIT HOME POSITION SENSOR

This sensor detects whether the FRONT COVER is OPENED or CLOSED.

This sensor detects the home position of the GRIT ROLLER when powered on.

RIBBON END SENSOR

FRONT PAPER SENSOR

This sensor detects the end of the RIBBON.

This sensor detects whether the Media is set or not. And also, it detects the front edge of the Media. Media has to be on this sensor when SETUP.

PINCH ROLLER SENSOR This sensor detects the Pinch Roller position. It is located behind the HEAD.

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6 Trouble Shooting

6 Troubleshooting 6-1 PRINTING SCRATCHY PRINTING/WHITE LINE IN BAND

GAP BETWEEN BANDS

WHITE LINE IN BAND

SCRATCHY PRINTING

YES Is the Media dirty?

Clean the Media with alcohol.

NO

GAP BETWEEN BANDS

Is the LINE SPACING ADJUSTMENT for users set to default?

Set the LINE SPACING ADJUSTMENT to default.

YES

YES

NO Clean the HEAD.

Is the HEAD dirty?

NO

Set the Media correctly.

Is the Media set correctly?

YES

YES Is the CLEANING PAD dirty?

Replace the CLEANING PAD.

NO

Has the Media been accommodated in environment?

NO Accommodate Media in environment.

YES

NO Is the PLATEN DAMPER loose?

YES Fix the PLATEN DAMPER.again.

Is the PINCH ROLLER worn out?

Replace the PINCH ROLLER.

NO

YES

NO

NO Is the PLATEN DAMPER flat and smooth?

Replace the PLATEN DAMPER.

YES

Is the GRIT COMPENSATION correct?

Adjust GRIT COMPENSATION.

YES NO

NO Adjust HEAD POSITION.

Is the HEAD POSITION OK?

YES

Is the HEAD POSITION aligned OK?

Align the HEAD POSITION.

YES

NO Is the HEAD VOLTAGE OK?

Adjust HEAD VOLTAGE.

Is the GRIT HOME POSITION SENSOR OK?

NO

Replace the GRIT HOME POSITION SENSOR.

YES

YES

Is the HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT OK?

NO

NO Adjust HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT.

Is the GRIT ECCENTRICITY ADJUSTMENT OK?

NO

Adjust GRIT ECCENTRICITY.

YES

Life of the HEAD. Replace the HEAD ASSEMBLY.

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6

6 Trouble Shooting

CUT SHIFTS FROM PRINTING

BLURRED PRINT

CUT LINE

NO Is the media set correctly?

Set the media correctly.

YES

6

Has the media been accommodated in environment?

NO Is THERMISTOR OK?

YES

NO

NO Accommodate media in environment.

Adjust HEAD VOLTAGE.

Is the HEAD VOLTAGE OK?

YES

YES NO Adjust Print/Cut Offset.

Is the Print/Cut Offset correct?

Is the DENSITY ADJUSTMENT OK?

NO Adjust HEAD DENSITY.

YES

YES

Is the holder part of TOOL CARRIAGE loose?

Replace the CARRIAGE BOARD or HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES Fix the holder to TOOL CARRIAGE.

Life of the HEAD. Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

NO

Is the TOOL CARRIAGE loose?

YES Fix the TOOL CARRIAGE.

RAINBOW LINE BETWEEN BANDS

RAINBOW LINE Is the PLATEN DAMPER flat and smooth?

NO Replace PLATEN DAMPER.

YES

Is the HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT OK?

NO Adjust HEAD DENSITY ADJUSTMENT.

YES

Is the HEAD POSITION adjusted properly?

YES

Life of the HEAD. Replace the HEAD ASSEMBLY.

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NO

Adjust HEAD POSITION.

6 Trouble Shooting

6-2 CUTTING STITCH CUT

YES Is the blade worn out?

Replace the blade.

DISTORTED FIGURE/WAVY LINE

Bearing inside Blade Holder rotates smoothly?

NO

NO Replace the blade holder.

YES

YES

Is the Blade worn out?

Replace the Blade.

NO

NO Replace the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

YES

Holder part of the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY YES is loose?

YES Replace Cutter Protection.

NO

Is CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY loose?

YES Fix the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

6

NO

YES Fix the Tool Holder.

NO

Is backlash adjusted correctly?

NO

Adjust Backlash.

YES

YES Fix the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

Is CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY loose?

NO

Is CARRIAGE DRIVE GEAR Broken?

YES

Replace the CARRIAGE DRIVE GEAR.

NO

NO Is Tool Height adjusted correctly?

Adjust Tool Height.

YES

Is Tool Pressure adjusted correctly?

Fix the holder part of CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

NO

Is there scratch on Cutter Protection?

Is Holder part of CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY loose?

Replace the Blade Holder.

YES

IBearing in blade holder rotates smoothly?

Does pen move up/down smoothly?

NO

Is WIRE TENSION loose?

YES

Adjust WIRE TENSION.

NO

NO

Adjust Tool Pressure.

Replace the LM GUIDE.

YES

NO Is MAIN BOARD ASS'Y OK?

Replace MAIN BOARD ASS'Y.

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6 Trouble Shooting

PEN UP/DOWN ERROR

Is there cut-line or bad contact in CARRIAGE CABLE?

YES Replace CARRAIGE CABLE.

NO

NO Is carraige solenoid OK?

Replace the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

YES YES Is there cut-line in solenoid wire?

Replace the CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY.

NO YES Is the Solonoid wire connected correctly?

6

Connect the Solenoid wire.

NO

NO Is SOLENOID DRIVER IC OK?

Replace IC2 on MAIN BOARD ASS'Y.

YES

Is Tool Pressure adjusted correctly?

90

NO

Adjust Tool Pressure.

6 Trouble Shooting

6-3 OTHERS BROKEN RIBBON

Is the machine used in the correct using environment?

NO

Use it in the room temperature of 15ºC ~ 30ºC.

YES

Is the recommended media being used?

CARTRIDGE EXCHANGE ERROR

Is the HOOK part on the CARTRIDGE HOLDER distorted or broken?

NO

Use the recommended media.

Is the HOOK part on the HEAD CARRIAGE broken?

YES Use the media without wrincle.

NO

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

Is the CARTRIDGE POSITION OK?

NO

Adjust CARTRIDGE POSITION.

YES

YES Is RIBBON twisted?

NO Correct the twisted part of RIBBON.

NO

Is RIBBON CARTRIDGE SENSOR OK?

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

YES

Fix or replace the RIBBON CARTRIDGE.

NO

6 NO

Is HEAD CARRIAGE fixed OK?

Fix the HEAD CARRIAGE again.

YES

NO

Replace HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

Is CASSETTE POSITION OK?

YES

NO

Is media wrincled?

Is the STRIPPING BAR on the HEAD holding down the RIBBON OK?

Replace or fix the HOOK for the CARTRIDGE HOLDER.

NO

YES

Is RIBBON CARTRIDGE rewinded or disassembled once?

YES

NO Is RF MOTOR DRIVER IC broken?

Replace IC4 on the MAIN BOARD.

YES

NO

Adjust the CASSETTE POSITION.

NO Are the HEAD CABLEs OK?

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

Is THERMISTER OK?

NO

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE or CARRIAGE BOARD.

YES

NO Is RIBBON CARTRIDGE SENSOR OK?

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

Is HEAD VOLTAGE OK?

NO

Adjust the HEAD VOLTAGE.

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6 Trouble Shooting

MEDIA SHIFTING

NO Set vinyl sheet correctly.

Is vinyl sheet set correctly?

YES

TWISTED RIBBON

Is the problem only occur with the specific RIBBON CARTRIDGE?

YES Replace the RIBBON CARTRIDGE.

NO

NO Clean the GRIT ROLLER.

Is GRIT ROLLER clean?

YES

Is RIBBON CARTRIDGE rewinded or disassembled once?

YES

Fix or replace the RIBBON CARTRIDGE.

NO

Is PINCH ROLLER ASSEMBLIES worn out?

YES

Replace the PINCH ROLLER ASSEMBLIES.

NO

Is the ROLLER on the HEAD to hold down the RIBBON OK?

NO

Replace HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

Is GUIDE LEVER STOPPER distorted or broken?

YES

NO Replace GUIDE LEVER STOPPER.

6

Is the HEAD POSITION OK?

Adjust the HEAD POSITION.

YES

Does the HEAD CARRIAGE wind RIBBON NO when it is in UP POSITION?

Replace the HEAD CARRIAGE.

YES

Is the PLATEN DAMPER and Y RAIL parallel to each other?

FAN REVOLUTION

NO

Is FAN PWM IC OK?

Replace Q11 on MAIN BOARD ASS'Y.

YES

NO Is FAN MOTOR OK?

Replace FAN MOTOR.

YES

NO Is MAIN BOARD ASS'Y OK?

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Replace MAIN BOARD ASS'Y.

NO

Re-fix the Y RAIL.

7 Supplement

7 Supplement DateÅ :

7-1 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST Model

.

.

Serial No.

PC-60

MECHANICAL PARTS Check Points Carriage Driving Part

1. Wire

Confirmation

Tension Foreign substance

Grit Driving Part

Bed/Guide Rail

1. Drive Gear

Cleaning

2. Backlash

Loosen

3. Grit Roller

Foreign substance

1. Pinch Roller

Rotation/Wear down

2. Cutter Protection

Dirty /Scratch (Replacement depend on the scratch.)

3. Platen Damper

Dirty/Scratch (Replacement depend on the scratch.)

Head Assembly

1. Head

Cleaning Life

Cutter Pen

Rotation of the Bearing

7

CONSUMABLE PARTS Description

Life

Confirmation

HEAD ASSEMBLY HEAD CLEANER

LUBRICATION Check Points Floil G-474C

Confirmation

Carriage Drive Gear

OK/Cleaning & Lubrication

Grit Drive Gear

OK/Cleaning & Lubrication

FUNCTION CHECK Check Points

Confirmation

1. ROM Version Replace the ROM to the latest version. 2. Printing Test

• Scratch Printing • Edges of the bands are not aligned.

• White line between bands. • White line in one band. • Space or overlap part between the bands.

3. Panel Switch

4. Demo Test

• Noise & unexpected movement.

• Cutting quality • Noise • Pen Pressure

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7-2 USER'S DIP SW SETTING Following table describes the settings of the DIP SW located at the right side of the machine. DIP SW

Function

SW-1

RS-232C Baud rate

OFF

ON

9600

19200

Disable

Enable

ODD

EVEN

Hardwire

XON/XOFF

SW-2

RS-232C Parity

SW-3

RS-232 Parity

SW-4

RS-232C Handshake

SW-5

RS-422 Baud rate

57.6K

115.2K

SW-6

Front edge sense

Disable

Enable

SW-7

Blade offset

0.25 mm

0.5 mm

SW-8

Prefeed mode

Enable

Disable

SW-9

Ribbon economy mode

Normal

Ribbon economy

SW-10

Auto Power Off function

Enable

Disable

Bit#9 and bit#10 are not announced to the end users.

RIBBON ECONOMY MODE Ribbon Economy Mode is explained by explaining the way of printing CYAN part of the following figure. Normally, HEAD will be in DOWN position and the RIBBON will be winded from the beginning to the end of 1 BAND. When selecting Ribbon Economy Mode, CYAN RIBBON won't be winded at the right margin of MAGENTA part, and the HEAD will be DOWN only at the CYAN part for printing. However, ribbon will be winded at the left part of MAGENTA part.

7

CYAN

Ribbon can be saved.

CYAN

MAGENTA

MAGENTA

HEAD is down and RIBBON is winded all the time.

NORMAL MODE

HEAD is down and RIBBON is winded only at CYAN part.

ECONOMY MODE

ROLAND DG CORPORATION does not guarantee the quality of the printing using the Ribbon Economy Mode. The starting point of the printing could be shifted in each BAND.

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AUTO POWER OFF MODE Auto Power OFF function is to turn off the SUB POWER when PC-60 doesn't receive any command for 1 hour. This function can be disabled by turing bit#10 of the DIP SW.

7-3 LINE SPACING ADJUSTMENT MODE Following table describes the procedure to adjust the LINE SPACING for users.

How to Correct Line Pitch 1. Hold down the [BASE POINT] key on the panel while you turn the POWER key (sub power) on. 2. Pressing the [

] and [

] keys changes the displayed [CARTRIDGE HOLDER] LEDs.

3. Referring to the table below, use the [ ] and [ ] keys to determine the amount of offset between line. (Offset can only be used for narrow line pitch than the default value, which is no offset.) Flashing CARTRIDGE HOLDER LED

Pitch (corresponding number of dots)

6

Default (no offset)

5

-0.5

4

-1.0

3

-1.5

2

-2.0

1

-2.5

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* Distance accuracy cannot be guaranteed when line-pitch correction has been performed.

4. The setting is completed when the [POWER] key is used to switch off the sub power.

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7-4 SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications Mechanism .................................................. Media-movement method, Thermal-transfer serial, Automatic cartridge-changing type Acceptable Media Width ............................. 50 mm—610 mm (2"—24") Maximum Work Area .................................. 571.6 mm x 24998 mm (22-1/2" x 984-1/8") Acceptable Media Type .............................. Adhesive vinyl, thickness 0.23 mm—0.06 mm (0.00906"—0.00591") Tools ........................................................... Cutter: blade & blade holder Printing ribbon: thermal transfer ribbon cartridge Number of installed cartridges .................... 6 pieces Cutter Force ................................................ 30 gf—200 gf Cutting Speed ............................................. 10 mm/sec.—200 mm/sec. (0.393"/sec.—7.874"/sec.) Printing Speed ............................................ Max. 130 mm/sec. (5.118") Cutting Resolution (Software Resolution) ... 0.025 mm/step (0.000984"/step) Printing Resolution ...................................... 600 dpi Cutting Accuracy (Distance Accuracy) ........ Less than +/-0.3 % of distance traveled or +/-0.3 mm(0.0118"), whichever is greater Registration between Printing/Cutting ......... Less than +/-0.3 mm(0.0118") (Excluding expansion or contraction of the media, and excluding times when material is been reloaded) Memory ....................................................... 2 Mb Control switches .......................................... POWER, SHEET TYPE, BASE POINT/CLEAR, CUT TEST, , , , LED ............................................................. POWER, PIECE, ROLL, FRONT COVER, CARTRIDGE HOLDER, COLOR, BUSY, BASE POINT/CLEAR Interface ...................................................... Parallel (Centronics), Serial (RS-232C,RS-422) (The data received first after switching on the power is used to determine automatically whether the parallel or serial interface is being used.) Power consumption .................................... 0.9 A/100 V, 0.8 A/117 V, 0.45 A/220-240 V Acoustic noise level .................................... Printing/Cutting mode: less than 60 dB (A), Standby mode: less than 40 dB (A) (According to ISO 7779) Dimensions ................................................. [Main unit] 1016 mm (W) x 326 mm (D) x 266 mm (H) (40" (W) x 12-7/8" (D) x 10-1/2" (H)) when cover is open: 1016 mm (W) x 326 mm (D) x 355 mm (H) (40" (W) x 12-7/8" (D) x 14" (H)) [With stand] 1016 mm (W) x 326 mm (D) x 1125 mm (H) (40" (W) x 12-7/8" (D) x 44-5/16" (H)) when cover is open: 1016 mm (W) x 326 mm (D) x 1214 mm (H) (40" (W) x 12-7/8" (D) x 44-13/16" (H)) Weight ......................................................... [Main unit] 26 kg (57.3 lb.) [With stand] 45 kg (99.2 lb.) Operating Temperature ............................... 15—30ºC (59—86ºF) Operating Humidity ..................................... 35—70% (non-condensing) Accessories ................................................. • Power Cord • Thermal transfer ribbon cartridges • Blade (Carbide) • Blade Holder • Material for Test Cuts • Head Cleaner • User's Manual • PC-60 DRIVER for windows® 95 • PC-60 DRIVER for windows® 3.1

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Interface Specifications [Parallel] Standard Input signals Output signals Level of input/output signals Transmission method

In compliance with the specifications of Centronics STROBE (1BIT), DATA (8BITS) BUSY (1BIT), ACK (1BIT) TTL level Asynchronous

[Serial] Standard Transmission method Transmission speed Parity check Data bits Stop bits Standard Transmission method Transmission speed Parity check Data bits Stop bits Start bits Handshake Recommended Cable Input signals

RS-232C specifications Asynchronous, duplex data transmission 9600, 19200 (selected using DIP switches.) Odd, Even, or None (selected using DIP switches.) 8 bits (fixed) 1 or 2 bits RS-422 specifications Asynchronous 115.2 Kbps, 57.6 Kbps (selected using DIP switches.) None (fixed) 8 bits (fixed) 1 bits (fixed) 1 bits (fixed) Hardwire (DTR & CTS) (fixed) Apple System Peripheral-8 Cable PIN No. 8

7 + 4

5 2

96

6

1

3

SIGNAL NAME

1

DTR

2

CTS

3

TxD-

4

GND

5

RxD-

6

TxD+

7

N.C.

8

RxD+

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