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    SERVICE
    REFERENCE MANUAL
    REVISION 0
    Q30-2830-220
    Q30-2830-221
    Q30-2830-222
    Q30-2830-230,630
    Q30-2830-231,631
    Q30-2830-232,632
    Q30-2830-280,680

    MAY. 1998

    120V(CCSI)
    120V(CAN)
    (UNIVERSAL)
    220V-240V(EUR)
    220V-240V(GER)
    220V-240V(FRN)
    220V-240V(UK)

    QY8-13P1-000

    COPYRIGHT  1998 CANON INC. CANON BJC-4400 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)



  • Page 2

    Application
    This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory, installation, maintenance, and repair
    of products. This manual covers all localities where the products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this
    manual that does not apply to your locality.

    Corrections
    This manual could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements or changes in the products. When
    changes occur in applicable products or in the content of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises.
    In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new editions of this
    manual.

    The following paragraph does not apply to any countries where such provisions are inconsistent with local law.
    Trademarks
    The product names and company names described in this manual are the registered trademarks of the individual companies.

    Copyright
    This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, reproduced or
    translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Canon Inc., except in the case of internal
    business use.

    Copyright  1998 by Canon Inc.
    CANON INC.
    BJ Products Technical Support Dept
    16-1, Shimonoge 3-chome, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 213, Japan

    This manual was produced on an Apple Macintosh Power Mac 8500/180 personal computer and Apple
    LaserWriter16/600PS-J laser beam printer; final pages were printed on Varityper 5300 with 4000-J RIP. All graphics were
    produced with MACROMEDIA FREEHAND 5.5J.
    All documents and all page layouts were created with QuarkXPress 3.3J.



  • Page 3

    I. PREFACE
    This manual is based on the following manuals, and only includes differences between BJC-4300 and
    BJC-4400.
    QY8-1352-000

    BJC-4300 SERVICE MANUAL, Rev.0

    II. CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1: MAJOR CHANGES
    This chapter explains the main differences between BJC-4300 and BJC-4400.

    CHAPTER 2: SERVICE MANUAL
    This chapter explains the main differences between the SERVICE MANUAL of the BJC-4300 and
    BJC-4400.

    NOTE

    · Page No. displayed are those of pages to be replaced for each item.



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    CHAPTER 1
    MAJOR CHANGES



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    I. MAJOR CHANGES
    BJC-4400 contains the following modifications compared to BJC-4300.

    1.1 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
    1. Faster throughput speed(especially in HS mode)
    2. T-shirt Transfer (TR-201) added as media type

    1.2 PRINTER MECHANICAL SYSTEM
    1. Countermeasures for quality improvements to the current model were incorporated
    Shape changes : Carriage, paper delivery guide, platen and bottom case
    Additional changes : Increased area and amount of grease application

    1.3 PRINTER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    1. To improve throughput speed, the carriage motor, the paper feed motor and the motor driver were
    modified.



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    CHAPTER 2
    SERVICE MANUAL



  • Page 7

    Part 2: Product Specifications

    BJC-4400

    1. PRODUCT OUTLINE
    1.1 Product Outline
    This full color bubble jet desktop printer not only realizes high image printing through the implementation
    of the PhotoRealism concept, but also higher speed printing compared to previous models.
    This printer achieves high image printing by adopting "drop modulation technology" in the color BJ
    cartridge and the photo BJ cartridge.
    The expanded printing environment has allowed the printer to have banner printing capabilities. The
    printer can also be used as a compact color scanner when the scanner cartridge is installed in the carriage.
    All the function settings are easily set by the personal computer. The operation is easily performed with the
    bidirectional Centronics interface (effective only for the device ID response)
    This printer uses a built-in AC adapter. This is a small and light weight personal color printer with high
    performance capabilities.

    Cut Sheet Feeder

    Paper Support
    Paper Guide
    Operator Panel

    Front Cover

    BJ Cartridge Container
    Parallel Interface Connector

    Paper Output Tray

    Paper Output Tray Extension Guide
    AC Adapter
    Manual Feeding Slot

    Figure 2-1 Printer Exterior
    2-1



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    Part 2: Product Specifications

    BJC-4400

    1.2 Features
    1. Higher speed printing
    Black BJ Cartridge : 5.5 PPM (HS mode)
    Color BJ Cartridge : 2.2 PPM (HS mode)
    2. Compact (desk-top size)
    Dimensions: 383 mm W x 231.6 mm D x 203 mm H
    Weight: Approx. 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) (including color BJ cartridge)
    3. Built-in AC adapter employs a high-current capable switching power supply.
    4. Automatic power control (auto power on/off)
    5. High quality printing of 720 x 360 dpi (in both monochrome and black when using the special printer
    driver)
    6. Two standard built-in printer control modes
    LQ mode (EPSON LQ-2550 emulation)
    BJ mode (IBM Proprinter X24E emulation)
    [Canon extended mode is supported when using the canon printer driver.]
    7. User replaceable BJ cartridge and adopting drop modulation technology color/ photo BJ cartridge .
    Color BJ Cartridge
    Drop modulation technology has been adopted.
    (Multi drop)
    It has separate ink cartridges (Bk) (Y, M, C) and the head with 136 nozzles
    in a vertical line; 64 nozzles (Bk) + 24 nozzles x 3 (Y, M, C).
    Black BJ Cartridge
    Contains the black ink and the head with 128 nozzles.
    Depending on each sales territory, it is not packed with the printer, but is
    available separately.
    Photo BJ Cartridge
    Drop modulation technology has been adopted.
    (Multi drop)
    It has integrated ink cartridges with the head with 136 nozzles in a vertical
    line; 64 nozzles (Bk) + 24 nozzles x 3 (Y, M, C).
    Black ink cartridge
    Black ink cartridge for the color BJ cartridge.
    Color ink cartridge
    Tri-color (Y, M, C) ink cartridge for the color BJ cartridge.
    (*Previous color and photo BJ cartridges that do not use drop modulation technology may be used,
    however the printing quality will be the same as when drop modulation technology is not used.)
    8. Device ID compatible to "Plug and Play"
    (Responds only to the device ID/status of nibble mode)
    9. Banner printing capabilities.
    10. Capable of the double paper feeding with the leverless cut sheet feeder and manual feed. (It is possible
    to feed paper manually even when the paper has been set on the cut sheet feeder.)
    11. Photo quality printing using the Photo kit option and the photo printing special driver.
    12. Cartridge container packed with the printer.
    13. High quality photo image input using the option color image scanner cartridge.

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    Part 2: Product Specifications

    BJC-4400

    2. SPECIFICATIONS
    2.1 Printer Specifications
    1. Type
    Desk-top serial color bubble jet printer
    2. Paper feeding method
    Auto feeding and manual feeding
    3. Cut Sheet Feeder capacity
    Plain paper: Maximum 10 mm (approximately 100 pages of 64g/m2 paper)
    Envelopes: 10 envelopes (Commercial number 10 and DL)
    Transparencies: 50 sheets
    BPF: 10 sheets
    Glossy film/ BJ cloth: One page with the manual feeding
    Scanning document: Place between the scanning holder. One page with the ASF.
    4. Manual feeding slot capacity
    One sheet
    5. Paper weight
    Automatic feed / Manual feeding slot: 64 to 105 g/m2 (17 lbs to 28 lbs)
    6. Printing speed
    Burst
    Color BJ Cartridge (Black printing)

    Black BJ Cartridge (Black printing)

    173 cps (10 cpi)
    271 cps (10 cpi)

    346 cps (10 cpi)
    542 cps (10 cpi)

    HQ mode
    HS mode

    7. Printing direction
    Unidirectional
    (Print direction is automatically changed according to optimum printing directional control.)
    8. Printing width
    Maximum 8”
    9. Line feed speed
    90 ms/line (128/360” line)
    10. Built-in printing control modes
    LQ mode: Epson LQ-2550 emulation
    BJ mode: IBM Proprinter X24E emulation
    (Canon extended mode is supported when the Canon driver is used.)
    11. Line feed pitch (n: programmable)
    LQ mode: 1/6”, 1/8”, n/60”, n/72”, n/180”, n/216”, and n/360”
    BJ mode: 1/6”, 1/8”, n/180”, and n/360”

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    Part 2: Product Specifications

    BJC-4400
    11. Printing characters
    Typefaces:
    Pitch:
    Character matrix:
    Character set:

    LQ&BJ mode
    LQ mode
    BJ mode
    HQ mode
    HS mode
    LQ mode
    BJ mode

    Roman, Gothic, Courier, Prestige, Script, Draft
    10, 12, 15, 17, 20 cpi, and PS
    10, 12, 17 cpi ,and PS
    36 (H) x 48 (V) dots
    18 out of 36 (H) x 48 (V) dots
    Italic character set and Graphic character set
    and International character set
    IBM character set 1, 2
    and all character set
    (code page 437, 850, 852 860, 863 and 865)

    12. Number of columns printed
    Mode
    10 cpi
    10 cpi doublewide
    10 cpi condensed
    10 cpi condensed-doublewide
    12 cpi
    12 cpi doublewide
    12 cpi condensed
    12 cpi condensed-doublewide
    15 cpi
    15 cpi doublewide
    Proportional spacing
    BJ mode
    10 cpi
    10 cpi doublewide
    10 cpi condensed
    10 cpi condensed-doublewide
    12 cpi
    12 cpi doublewide
    Proportional spacing
    * cpl: characters per line
    LQ mode

    13. Bit image
    Vertical: 8, 24 and 48 dots
    Horizontal: 60, 120, 180, 240, 360 and 720* dpi
    * In smoothing mode or when using the Canon driver.
    14. Buffer

    LQ mode
    BJ mode

    Receive buffer
    22 kB
    22 kB

    Download buffer
    32 kB
    0 kB

    15. Interface
    IEEE1284 compatible parallel interface

    2-9

    Pitch
    10 cpi
    5 cpi
    17 cpi
    8.5
    cpi
    12 cpi
    6 cpi
    20 cpi
    10 cpi
    15 cpi
    7.5
    cpi
    PS
    10 cpi
    5 cpi
    17 cpi
    8.5
    cpi
    12 cpi
    6 cpi
    PS

    cpl *
    80 cpl
    40 cpl
    137 cpl
    68 cpl
    96 cpl
    48 cpl
    160 cpl
    80 cpl
    120 cpl
    60 cpl
    Varies
    80 cpl
    40 cpl
    137 cpl
    68 cpl
    96 cpl
    48 cpl
    Varies



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    BJC-4400

    Part 2: Product Specifications

    16. BJ cartridge
    Color BJ cartridge (Multi Drop)
    Type: Color BJ cartridge with replaceable ink cartridges
    Print head: 136 nozzles (vertically-lined) Bk (64 nozzles) + Y, M, C (24 nozzles x 3)
    Ink colors: Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
    Service life:
    Approximately 160 pages (in the HQ mode with 1500 character pattern) with a black cartridge
    Approximately 90 pages (in the HQ mode) with a color cartridge (7.5% duty per color pattern)
    Weight: Approximately 85 g (3.0 oz) (including black and color ink tanks)
    Black BJ cartridge
    Type: Black BJ cartridge with integrated ink
    Print head: 128 nozzles (vertically-lined)
    Ink color: Black
    Service life: Approximately 700 pages (in the HQ mode); cartridge
    Weight: Approximately 85 g (3.0 oz)
    Photo BJ cartridge (Multi Drop)
    Type: Color BJ cartridge with integrated ink
    Print head: 136 nozzles (vertically-lined) Bk (64 nozzles) + Y, M, C (24 nozzles x 3)
    Ink colors: Black, cyan, magenta, yellow
    Service life: Approximately 25 pages (in the Photo mode); cartridge
    Weight: Approximately 74 g (2.8 oz)
    17. Sensor functions
    Paper out: Provided
    Installation of cartridge: Provided
    BJ cartridge/Scanner cartridge identification:
    Waste ink amount: Provided
    Ink out: None
    Paper width: None

    Provided

    18. Acoustic noise level
    Approximately 45dB (A)/ HQ 48dB (A)/ HS
    (Sound pressure level: According to ISO 9296)
    19. Ambient conditions

    Temperature
    Humidity

    During operation
    5°C to 35°C
    (41°F to 95°F)
    10% to 90%RH
    (no condensation)

    During storage
    0°C to 35°C
    (32°F to 95°F)
    5% to 95%RH
    (no condensation)

    20. Power source

    USA/Canada
    UK/Australia
    Europe

    Voltage/Frequency
    AC 120V 60 Hz
    AC 240V 50 Hz
    AC 230V 50 Hz

    Power consumption

    Stand-by status

    Max. 30 W

    Max. 4 W

    21. Dimensions
    383 mm W ✕ 231.6 mm D ✕ 203 mm H
    22. Weight
    Approximately 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) (including BJ cartridge)

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    Part 2: Product Specifications

    BJC-4400

    2.3 Paper Specifications
    2.3.1 Paper size
    Letter (8.5” ✕ 11”)
    Legal (8.5” ✕ 14”)
    A5 (148 mm ✕ 210 mm)
    A4 (210 mm ✕ 297 mm)
    Commercial number 10 envelope (9.5” ✕ 4.1”)
    European DL-size (220 mm ✕ 110 mm)

    2.3.2 Paper type (Recommended)
    Plain paper
    Bubble jet paper (Canon LC-301))
    Envelope (Commercial number 10 or European DL)
    Transparencies (Canon transparency film CF-102)
    BPF (Canon back print film BF-102)
    Glossy photo paper (Canon glossy paper GP-201)
    High gloss paper (Canon high gloss Film HG-101)
    Fabric (Fabric sheet FS-101)
    Banner (Banner paper)
    T-shirt transfer (Canon T-shirt Transfer TR-201)

    2.3.3 Print paper
    Media
    Plain paper
    High resolution paper
    Envelopes
    Transparencies
    Back print film
    Glossy photo paper
    Banner paper
    Fabric sheet
    High gloss film
    T-shirt transfer

    Thickness Lever
    Black
    Color/Photo
    Left
    Center
    Center
    Right
    Center
    Center
    Center
    Right
    Right
    Center
    Right

    Paper Feed
    Method
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Sheet feeder
    Manual feed slot
    Sheet feeder

    2-12

    Limit
    10 mm
    10 mm
    10
    50 sheets
    10 sheets
    1 sheet
    1 sheet
    1 sheet
    1 sheet*1
    1 sheet

    Flap
    Position
    Flat
    Upright
    Flat
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Flat



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    Part 3: Operating Instructions

    BJC-4400

    1.2 Printer Dimensions
    The printer’s dimensions are shown below. Allow enough space for the printer to be used with ease.
    For banner printing leave a space about the size of an A4-size paper in front of the printer. Also allow
    enough space at the back of the printer to set the banner paper.

    281 mm

    268 mm

    304 mm
    383 mm

    Figure 3-2 Printer Dimension

    NOTE

    · Do not place the printer in excessive heat or humidity.
    · Operate the printer under the following conditions:
    Ambient temperature:
    5°C to 35°C
    Relative humidity: 10% to 90% (no condensation)
    · Do not place the printer in direct sunlight.
    · Do not place the printer near a device containing a magnet or that generates a magnetic
    field.
    · Place the printer on a level and stable surface.
    · Do not place the printer in areas subject to vibration.
    · Keep the printer clean.
    · When moving the printer, hold both ends.

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    Part 3: Operating Instructions

    BJC-4400

    1.5 Paper Settings
    For optimum printing, the printer has various paper settings to suit various types of paper. Set the paper
    selection lever before loading the paper.

    TABLE 3-1 QUICK REFERENCE FOR SETTING
    Media
    Plain paper
    High resolution paper
    Envelopes
    Transparencies
    Back print film
    Glossy photo paper
    Banner paper
    Fabric sheet
    High gloss film
    T-shirt Transfer

    Thickness Lever
    Black
    Color/Photo
    Left
    Center
    Center
    Right
    Center
    Center
    Center
    Right
    Right
    Center
    Right

    Paper Feed
    Method
    Limit
    Sheet feeder
    10 mm
    Sheet feeder
    10 mm
    Sheet feeder
    10 envelopes
    Sheet feeder
    50 sheets
    Sheet feeder
    10 sheets
    Sheet feeder
    1 sheet
    Sheet feeder
    1 sheet
    Sheet feeder
    1 sheet
    Manual feed slot
    1 sheet*1
    Sheet feeder
    1 sheet

    Flap
    Position
    Flat
    Upright
    Flat
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Upright
    Flat

    *1 Slide one sheet all the way into the manual feeding slot.

    1.6 Banner Print
    When printing on banner paper, lower the paper support and set the paper delivery flap to the upright
    position. To avoid misfeeding, put a light crease between the first and second page and set the first page in
    the sheet feeder. Place the rest of the banner paper behind the printer. Do not use the manual feeding slot
    to avoid skewing.
    Each top margin for banner printing is set at 0mm. However, to avoid printing on the platen, printing will
    start 3mm from the initial top margin. Set an extra sheet at the end in case the bottom edge is not printed
    on the last page.
    Banner printing uses a large amount of ink. To avoid ink shortage, use of a new ink cartridge before
    banner printing is recommended.

    Banner Paper

    Paper Delivery Flap

    Output Tray Extention Guide

    Figure 3-12 Banner Print
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    Part 3: Operating Instructions

    BJC-4400
    7 Name of the Parts and Their Functions
    The different parts of the printer and their functions are shown below.

    Paper Support
    Supports the stack of paper loaded in the
    cut sheet feeder.
    Cut Sheet Feeder
    Holds a stack of approximately 100 cut
    sheets (64g/cm ) for automatic feeding.
    2

    Paper Guide
    Aligns the cut sheets in the cut sheet feeder
    according to the paper size. A maximum
    paper width of 241 mm (9.64 in.) can be set.
    Autofeeds banner paper and scanning
    document.
    Control Panel
    See the next page.
    Front Cover
    Open to install or remove the cartridge, set
    the paper thickness lever, or remove the jams
    paper.
    Paper Output Tray
    Pulls out to receive the printed sheets.
    Manual Feeding Slot
    Use for feeding media
    manually.
    AC Adapter
    Installed on the rear of the
    printer, the AC adapter
    supplies power from the power
    outlet to the printer.
    Depending on the location of
    purchase, the power cable is
    permanently attached to the
    AC adapter where as in some
    areas the power cable is
    detachable.
    Parallel Interface Connector
    Connects the printer to the
    parallel port on the computer.

    Figure 3-13 Name of the Parts and Their Functions

    3-11



  • Page 16

    Part 4: Technical Reference

    BJC-4400

    1. OVERVIEW
    1.1 Printer Diagram

    Carriage
    · BJ Cartridge/ Scanner Cartridge
    · Home Position Sensor

    Paper Feed Motor

    Carriage Motor

    Logic Board
    J4

    J3

    J5

    Paper Feed
    Motor Driver

    Carriage Motor
    Driver

    VH (+24.0VDC)
    J1

    J2

    Printer
    Controller

    MPU

    Vcc (+5VDC)

    Control/CG ROM

    Figure 4-1 Printer Diagram

    4-1

    DRAM

    EEPROM

    I/F



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    Part 4: Technical Reference

    BJC-4400

    4. PRINTER ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    4.1 Overview
    The electrical system functions are handled by the logic section or power supply.
    The logic section converts the data from the interface into print signals or printer operation signals and
    drives the BJ cartridge and motors while monitoring the status of the sensors.
    The power supply unit consists of a built in AC adapter which provides DC output to the logic board,
    motors and head etc.When DC input power from the AC adapter is being supplied, all of the hardware
    components are active except for the following which are inactive: All buttons except the POWER button,
    and the photo interrupter's sensor.

    Carriage Ribbon Cable

    J3

    J5

    RESUME Switch
    DRAM
    POWER Switch
    Printer Controller

    Carriage Motor

    CARTRIDGE Switch
    Control/CG ROM
    Beeper

    Carriage Motor Driver
    Pick-up Roller Sensor

    J1
    J2
    J4

    MPU
    Paper Feed Motor
    Paper Feed Motor Driver
    Paper End Sensor

    AC Adapter

    Figure 4-27 Printer Electrical System

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    Part 4: Technical Reference

    BJC-4400

    4.2 Logic Section
    4.2.1 Logic section block diagram
    Address Bus A0 to 23

    P87

    CS0

    Reset IC

    RES

    22.11MHz

    MCH0
    ID0,1
    HRES
    HCLOCK
    HDATA
    HLATCH
    BENB1 to 3
    HENB0 to 3
    ODDENB
    EVENENB

    Transistor

    Beeper

    Printer Controller

    P71

    A0 to 18
    8-Mbit

    BZ

    P41
    P72
    Paper End Sensor
    PS1

    Home Position Sensor

    P73
    P60 to 63
    P94
    P40
    P95
    P90 to 93

    Driver IC

    PM

    Carriage Motor

    Driver IC

    PM

    Paper Feed Motor

    P35,36 P42
    AN1,3 P66

    PE4 to 7

    SCLOCK
    SDATA
    SLATCH
    COM 0 to 3
    C.CHK
    C.CHA

    AN0

    P33

    PB0
    PB1

    EEPROM

    MPU

    Temp. Sensor
    (TH1)
    Pickup Roller Sensor
    PS2

    Transistor

    1 Kbit

    D0 to 15

    RES

    PC2 to 3

    ERROR
    POWER

    CE

    PB0,PB1
    PB4,PB5

    INT 0 to 3

    RESUME
    CARTRIDGE

    20MHz

    Control/CG ROM

    POWER Switch

    AD16 to 23

    A0 to 15

    A0 to 23

    AD0 to 15

    Parallel Interface

    A/Data Bus AD0 to 15

    DRAM Bus

    DRAM

    MA0 to 9

    4-Mbit

    MA0 to 9

    A0 to 9

    MD0 to 15
    DO 1 to 16

    MD0 to 15

    HVH
    H VDD

    Scanner Cartridge
    (Option)
    BJ Cartridge
    Black BJ Cartridge
    heater (128 nozzles)
    Color BJ Cartridge
    heater (136 nozzles)
    • Sub-heater
    • Temperature control
    heater
    • Head temperature
    sensor
    • Rank resistor

    VHC,CVDC

    • Scanner controller
    • CCD
    • LEDs (R,G,B)

    Figure 4-28 Logic Board Block Diagram
    MECHANISM SECTION
    Paper Feed Roller
    Purge Unit

    Sheet
    Feeder
    Pick-up
    Roller
    Sensor

    Home Position Sensor BJ Cartridge
    Carriage

    Paper Feed Motor
    Paper
    End
    Sensor

    J4

    J3

    LEDs
    (R,G,B)

    J5

    Cartridge
    Control

    J1

    VH (+24.0VDC)

    Logic Board
    Vcc (+5VDC)

    AC Inlet

    Scanner
    Controller

    Carriage Motor

    Mechanism
    Control

    AC Adapter

    Scanner Cartridge (Option)

    Temp.
    Sensor
    (TH1)

    Bi-directional
    Interface Control

    Indicator Control

    Switch Detection

    J2

    Indicators

    Control Buttons

    ELECTRICAL SECTION

    Figure 4-29 Printer Block Diagram
    4-38

    CCD



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    Part 4: Technical Reference

    BJC-4400
    4.2.2 Logic section components

    1) MPU (IC2)
    The MPU contains a 16-bit CPU, 1K-bit RAM, 24-bit address bus port, 16-bit data bus port, stepping
    motor controller, interrupter controller, A-D converter, I/O ports, and other components.
    Built-in CPU
    The 16-bit CPU operates in synchronization with a 20 MHz external clock input.
    Address bus
    The 24-bit address bus port is connected to an 8 M-bit control/CG ROM and printer controller. The
    controller/CG ROM synchronizes with the read signals output by the MPU and the 20 MHz clock
    signal. The printer controller then selects the chip.
    Data bus
    Like the address bus, the 16-bit data bus port is connected to the 8 M-bit control/CG ROM and printer
    controller.
    Stepping motor controller
    The stepping motor controller outputs double 1-2 phase exciter drive signals to both the carriage motor
    driver and paper feed motor driver.
    The stepping motor controller can switch the the 4-step peak current value of both motor driver.
    Interrupt controller
    For external interruption, the MPU has ports P80, 81, 84, 85, and 87 to receive the POWER button
    on/off switching, data reception, initial interrupt request, receive buffer-full warning, and other signals.
    The MPU executes interrupt processing for the respective signals.
    A-D converter
    The following analog signals are detected after they pass through the built-in A-D converter:
    AN0: The printer's internal temperature is detected by the thermistor on the logic board.
    AN1: The head temperature is detected by the head temperature sensor in the BJ cartridge.
    AN3: The head rank is detected by the rank resistor in the BJ cartridge.
    I/O port
    The setting status determined by the head ID, paper end sensor, home position sensor, and pick-up
    roller sensor are input through the input ports. The buzzer, BJ cartridge detection, head-driving voltage
    control, and other signals are output from the output ports.

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    2) Printer controller (IC3)
    The printer controller contains the interface controller, print head controller, buffer controller, DRAM
    controller, EEPROM controller, I/O ports, etc. It operates in synchronization with an external 22.11
    MHz external clock input.
    Interface controller
    The interface controller receives from the computer, 8-bit parallel data which is synchronized with the
    data strobe pulse (STROBE) through the BUSY/ACKNLG handshake. It also controls other interface
    signals.
    The data received through the interface is stored in the DRAM's receive buffer and analyzed by the
    MPU.
    When the printer initialization signal INIT is input through the interface to the printer controller, the
    printer controller outputs a BUSY signal. Also, after INT1 is output to the MPU and print data in the
    print buffer is printed, the printer is initialized.
    DRAM controller
    The DRAM controller is a DRAM-specific bus separated from the MPU bus. It controls the 4 M bit
    DRAM's 10-bit address/16-bit data bus and also executes read/write control, RAS/CAS control, and
    refresh control.
    Buffer controller
    The buffer controller automatically writes the received data to the receive buffer on the DRAM,
    manages the receive buffer's remaining capacity, automatically reads the print buffer, and clears the data
    after it is read.
    Print head controller
    The print head controller converts the print data read from the DRAM's print buffer from parallel to
    serial and sends it to the print head. At the same time, the printed dots are counted for the variable
    control of the Heat-enable (H ENB) signal pulse width.
    The head-driving signals consist of the block enable signals (B ENB 1, 2, 3), odd/even enable signals
    (OddENB/EvenENB), and heat enable signals (H ENB 0, 1, 2, 3). The block enable signals and
    odd/even enable signals specify the block for time-shared drive. The heat enable signals control the
    eject heater's conduction time.
    I/O port
    The I/O ports sense the RESUME and CARTRIDGE buttons' input status. The output ports control
    the lighting of the POWER and ERROR indicators.

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    3) Control/CG ROM (IC4)
    The 8 M-bit control/CG ROM contains the program and bitmap font data for printer control.
    4) DRAM (IC7)
    Controlled by the printer controller, the 4 M-bit DRAM is used as a receive buffer, download buffer,
    print buffer, and working area.
    5) Reset IC (IC1)
    This IC detects the power voltage when turning on the power or instantaneous power failure.
    6) EEPROM (IC6)
    Controlled by the printer controller, the 1 K-bit EEPROM (Electrically Erasable and Programmable
    ROM) stores various function settings, the total count of printed sheets, and the total waste ink amount.
    7) Carriage motor driver (IC12) / Paper feed motor driver (IC13)
    The carriage motor driver which is controlled by the MPU drives both the carriage motor and the paper
    feed motor which in turn are controlled by an double 1-2 phase exciter with a fixed current bipolar
    drive. Upon receiving the switching signal from the MPU, the peak current value can be set
    individually into 4 steps for phase A and B. By doing so, it ensures smooth operation of the motors.

    +5V

    3
    4
    2
    1

    LF10A
    LF11A
    LF10B
    LF11B

    0.51,1/4W
    R71

    9
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14

    Out2
    Out3
    NC
    RsB
    NC
    Out4
    VssB
    NC

    IC13

    LG
    C/R

    VrefB
    VsB
    IIB
    IOB
    INB
    Vcc

    24
    23
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16

    J4

    LFA
    LFB

    1
    2
    3
    4

    A
    A
    B
    B

    3
    4
    5
    7
    8

    2

    LFVREF
    1

    0.51,1/4W
    R75

    3

    9
    10
    11

    Q13
    FA1L4M

    12
    13

    Paper Feed
    Motor

    15

    VM-G

    6

    02DZ2.0Z
    ZD19

    02DZ3.0Z
    ZD18

    22

    0.51,1/4W
    R74

    14

    Vcc

    VssA

    INA
    IOA

    Out1

    IIA

    NC

    VsA

    RsA
    NC
    Out2
    Out3
    NC
    RsB
    NC
    Out4

    IC12

    VrefA
    LG
    C/R
    VrefB
    VsB
    IIB
    IOB

    VssB

    INB

    NC

    Vcc

    +5V

    28
    27
    26
    25
    24
    23

    02DZ3.0Z
    ZD20

    22
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16
    15

    CRA
    CRB

    Figure 4-30 Motor-Driving Circuit

    4-41

    02DZ2.0Z
    ZD21
    2

    CRVREF
    1

    3

    Q14
    FA1L4M

    Carriage Motor

    J3

    Approx.6Ω/
    phase

    R77
    360,1/10W

    VrefA

    25

    NC

    R76
    10K,1/16W

    NC

    26

    2

    C62
    0.1µ,25W

    VsA

    RsA

    1

    4700p,50V

    8

    IIA

    NC

    C206
    0.1µ,50W

    C63

    7

    IOA

    Out1

    C205
    100µ,35W

    27

    R73
    360,1/10W

    6

    INA

    R72
    10K,1/16W

    5

    Vcc

    VssA

    4700p,50V

    4

    NC

    Carriage Motor
    +5V
    Driver

    VM
    28

    C60
    0.1µ,25W

    2

    +5V

    C61

    VM-G

    CR10A
    CR11A
    CR10B
    CR11B

    N1608Z300T01
    FB102

    N1608Z300T01

    1
    3

    0.51,1/4W
    R70

    +5V

    Paper Feed
    Motor Driver
    C203
    0.1µ,50W

    FB101

    VM

    C202
    100µ,35W

    8
    7
    6
    5

    8
    7
    6
    5

    +5V
    RA4
    10K,1/8W

    2
    1
    3
    4

    RA3
    10K,1/8W

    1
    2
    3
    4

    A
    A
    B
    B

    Approx.6Ω/
    phase



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    3. GREASE APPLICATION
    Use the special tool to apply grease at the points shown below.

    Rubbing Section of Clutch
    Spring and Clutch Gear:
    About 12 mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Rubbing Section of Frame
    and Paper Lifting Plate:
    About 6 mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Rubbing Section of Cam Gear
    About 12mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Belt Holder:
    About 20mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Paper Lifting Plate :
    About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Paper Feed Motor Drive
    Transmission:
    About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)
    Idler Roller Shaft Section:
    About 6mg (FLOIL G311S)
    Both Sides of Carriage Guide Frame:
    About 80 to 120 mg (MOLYKOTE PG-641)
    Rubbing Section of Carriage and Carriage Shaft:
    About 135 to 165 mg (MOLYKOTE PG-641)

    Rubbing Section of Carriage
    Hook and Carriage:
    About 12 mg (FLOIL G311S)

    Figure 5-1 Grease Application Points

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    7. LOCATION & SIGNAL ASSIGNMENT
    7.1 Logic Board

    32
    1
    31

    J3
    4

    2

    J5
    1

    5

    J1
    1
    1
    19
    1

    J2
    J5

    J4
    5

    18

    36

    Figure 5-9 Logic Board
    J5 (Ribbon cable connector)
    Pin 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

    Signal name
    HVG
    HVG
    HT0
    HT1
    HVH
    HVH
    W-HT
    INKS1
    TOP
    DIODEA
    ID0
    ID1
    INKS2
    HVss
    HENB0(Y)
    Even ENB
    HENB1(M)
    HENB3(B)
    Odd ENB
    BENB1
    BENB2
    BENB3
    HVdd
    HCLK
    HLATCH
    HRES
    HENB2(C)
    HDATA
    DIODEK
    HPO
    HPG
    HPA

    IN/OUT
    ...
    ...
    IN
    IN
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    ...
    IN
    OUT
    IN
    IN
    IN/OUT
    ...
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    IN
    IN
    ...
    OUT

    Description
    GND for head drive voltage VH
    GND for head drive voltage VH
    Driver signal for temperature control heater
    Driver signal for temperature control heater
    Head driver voltage
    Head driver voltage
    Drive signal for temperature control heater
    Not used
    Detection signal for rank resistance
    Head temperature sensor (diode) anode
    Cartridge detection and recognition signal
    Cartridge detection and recognition signal
    Cartridge detection and recognition signal
    Head's logic drive voltage HVdd GND
    Heat enable
    Even nozzle heat enable
    Heat enable
    Heat enable
    Odd nozzle heat enable
    Block enable generation signal
    Decoder output signal
    IC drive voltage (+5 V)
    Print data transfer signal
    Timing signal for print data to latch
    Latch reset signal
    Printing data
    Head temperature sensor (diode) cathode
    Home position sense High/ Low(sense)
    Ground
    Photo LED drive

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    J3 (Carriage motor connector)
    Pin No.
    1
    2
    3
    4

    Signal name
    CRA
    CRA
    CRB
    CRB

    IN/OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    OUT

    Description
    Carriage motor phase A
    Carriage motor phase A
    Carriage motor phase B
    Carriage motor phase B

    J4 (Paper feed motor connector)
    Pin No.
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    Signal name
    LFB
    LFA
    VM
    LFA
    LFB

    IN/OUT
    OUT
    OUT
    ...
    OUT
    OUT

    Description
    Paper feed motor phase B
    Paper feed motor phase A
    Common
    Paper feed motor phase A
    Paper feed motor phase B

    J1 (DC power connector)
    Pin No.
    1
    3
    4
    5

    Signal name
    Vcc
    GND
    GND
    VH

    IN/OUT
    IN
    ...
    ...
    IN

    Description
    +24 VDC
    Ground
    Ground
    +5 VDC

    J2 (Interface connector)
    Pin 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

    Signal name IN/OUT
    STROBE
    IN
    DATA1
    IN
    DATA2
    IN
    DATA3
    IN
    DATA4
    IN
    DATA5
    IN
    DATA6
    IN
    DATA7
    IN
    DATA8
    IN
    ACKNLG
    OUT
    BUSY
    OUT
    P.E.
    OUT
    SELECT
    OUT
    AUTO FEED XT
    IN
    N.C
    ...
    INIT
    IN
    GND
    ...
    N.C
    ...
    STROBE-RET
    ...
    DATA1-RET
    ...
    DATA2-RET
    ...
    DATA3-RET
    ...
    DATA4-RET
    ...
    DATA5-RET
    ...
    DATA6-RET
    ...
    DATA7-RET
    ...
    DATA8-RET
    ...
    ACKNLG-RET
    ...
    BUSY-RET
    ...
    P.E.-RET
    ...
    INIT
    IN
    ERROR
    OUT
    GND
    ...
    N.C
    ...
    +5.0V
    ...
    SELEC IIN
    IN

    Description
    See Part 2 for details

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    8. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
    8.1 Parts Layout
    8.1.1 Logic board

    Figure 5-10 Logic Board (Top View)
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    Figure 5-11 Logic Board (Bottom View)
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    BJC-4400
    8.2 Circuit Diagrams
    8

    7

    6

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1
    LOGIC BOARD 01

    +5V

    Temperature
    Sensor

    TH1

    R3
    47K,1/16W,0.5%
    DTH
    HRANK
    C9
    0.1µ,25V
    C107
    0.1µ,25V

    JP1

    17
    18

    C5
    100p,50V

    19

    +5V
    C4
    100p,50V

    21

    20

    RES
    C7
    0.1µ,25V

    R2

    CP4
    CP5

    22
    23
    24

    CP6
    66

    A16

    P73

    Vss

    P80

    AD15

    TMP96C141AF

    P81

    AD14
    AD13

    P82

    QFP-80p

    P83

    AD12

    P84

    AD11

    P85

    AD10

    P86

    AD9

    P87

    AD8

    NMI

    AD7

    WDO

    AD6

    RES

    AD5

    CLK

    AD4

    62

    FB1

    N1608Z800T01
    N1608Z800T01
    N1608Z800T01

    FB2
    FB3

    61
    60
    59
    58
    57
    56
    55
    54

    23
    22
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16

    OUT OUT
    GND

    F

    52

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

    51
    50
    49
    48
    47
    46
    45
    44
    43
    42
    41

    DILB42P-8J
    19

    1

    18

    2

    8

    3

    7

    4

    6

    5

    5

    6

    4

    7

    3

    8

    2

    9

    1

    10

    <02-A5> CS0

    11
    12
    13

    0

    14

    8

    15

    1

    16

    9

    17

    2

    18

    10

    19

    3

    20

    11

    21

    A18

    N.C.

    A17

    A8

    A7

    A9

    A6

    A10

    A5

    A11

    A4

    A12

    A3

    A13

    A2

    A14

    A1

    A15

    A0

    A16

    CE

    BYTE/VPP

    GND
    OE

    GND
    D15/A1-1

    D0

    D7

    D8

    D14

    D1

    D6

    D9

    D13

    D2

    D5

    D10

    D12

    D3

    D4

    D11

    VDD

    20

    42
    41

    9

    40

    10

    39

    11

    38

    12

    37

    13

    36

    14

    35

    15

    34

    16

    33

    17

    32

    R5

    31

    0.1608

    30

    21

    R4
    15

    29

    7

    28

    14

    27

    6

    26

    13

    25

    5

    24

    12

    23

    4

    22

    D

    +5V

    0.1608

    C
    +5V

    FB10

    N1608Z300T01

    C115
    0.1µ,25V

    1

    <02-A8>

    Control & CG ROM
    (8Mbit)
    IC4

    53

    C106
    1000p,50V

    C116
    1000p,50V

    B
    16 AD<15..0>

    3

    2

    Oscillator
    X1

    <02-A8>

    3
    FB4

    N1608Z800T01
    LF10A
    <03-C4>
    LF11A
    <03-C4>
    LF10B
    <03-C4>
    LF11B
    <03-C4>
    LFA
    <03-A3>
    LFB
    <03-A3>

    63

    25
    26
    27
    28
    29
    30
    31
    32
    33
    34
    35
    36
    37
    38
    39
    40

    10K,1/16W

    A<23..0>

    65
    P33

    67

    P35

    69

    70

    71

    68

    P36

    P37

    P40

    73

    74

    75

    72

    P42

    AN0

    AN1

    AN2

    77

    78

    79

    76
    AN3

    Vcc

    P41

    A17

    1

    C105
    0.1µ,25V

    Vref

    Vss
    P72

    +5V
    +5V

    MPU
    IC2

    P71

    0

    POWER
    C6
    100p,50V

    15
    <03-B1> LF VREF
    16
    CP9

    A18

    P70

    AD1

    C3
    100p,50V

    A19

    AD0

    14

    P67

    Vcc

    13

    A20

    ALE

    12

    A21

    P66

    P95

    11

    P65

    P94

    9
    10

    A22

    P93

    8

    P64

    P92

    7

    A23

    P91

    6

    P63

    P90

    5

    64

    P62

    P61

    EA

    4

    <04-A6>
    <02-C8>
    <02-C8>
    <02-C8>

    24

    HWR
    WR
    RD

    X2

    <02-C8,
    04-B1>

    3

    P60

    AGND

    80

    <04-D1>

    2

    Vss

    C2
    100p,50V
    <02-C8> INT1
    INT3
    <02-C8>

    1

    X1

    CR10A
    CR11A
    CR10B
    CR11B
    IFC
    SNC
    CVDC
    TOPC
    CRVREF
    BZ
    CRA
    CRB
    INT0
    INT2

    F

    <03-F7>
    <04-B6>
    <03-A7>
    <03-E8>
    <03-E8>

    2125chip

    C108
    1000p,50V

    <03-F4>
    <03-F4>
    <03-F4>
    <03-F4>
    <05-C8>
    <05-B8>
    <03-E7>
    <03-B7>
    <03-D1>
    <04-C8>
    <03-D4>
    <03-D4>
    <02-C8>
    <02-C8>

    RRS
    HWR
    WR
    RD

    +5V

    AD3

    C10
    1000p,50V

    P34

    <03-B7>

    C8
    0.01µ,50V

    AD2

    <03-A8>

    VHC
    PES
    HPS
    ID1
    ID0

    CSACv20.00MX040

    ALE

    <02-A8>

    C12
    33p,50V

    A

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    8

    16

    122

    123

    124

    121
    Vss

    Vss

    X0

    X1

    126

    127

    125
    WHEAT

    ODENB

    128
    BENB1

    EVENB

    130

    131

    132

    133

    134

    135

    129
    BENB2

    Vss

    BENB3

    HDATA

    HCLK

    HLAT

    HDRES

    136
    MCHE1

    MCHE0

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    0
    137

    138
    MD0

    MD1

    139

    140
    MD2

    141
    MD3

    142
    MD4

    MD5

    6

    7
    145

    146

    147

    144
    MD6

    MD7

    OE

    RAS

    149

    150

    148
    CAS

    UW

    Vss

    14

    13

    15
    151
    LW

    152
    MD15

    MD14

    153

    154
    MD13

    11

    12
    155

    156
    MD11

    MD10

    MD12

    10

    MD9

    157

    159

    ACK

    A21

    BUSY

    A20

    PE

    A19

    SLCT

    A18

    AFXT

    Vss

    80

    Vss

    79

    CS0

    CS1

    78

    77

    A15

    76

    A14

    75

    A13

    A12

    74

    73

    A11

    72

    A10

    71

    Vss

    A9

    70

    69

    A8

    68

    A7

    A6

    67

    66

    65

    64

    63

    62

    Oscillator
    X2

    Vdd

    120
    118
    117
    116
    115
    114
    113
    112
    111
    110
    109
    108
    107
    106
    105
    104
    103
    102

    1

    HENB1
    <03-F8>
    HENB0 <03-F8>
    CP16
    CP15
    INKS2 <03-C7>
    INKS1 <03-C7>
    TSW1 <04-C1>
    TSW0 <04-C1>
    LED4 <04-E5>
    LED0
    <04-E5>

    119

    CP14
    CP13
    CP12
    CP11
    CP10
    HENB2 <03-F8>
    HENB3 <03-F8>
    CP9

    101

    F

    CP7

    15

    14

    13

    12

    11

    10

    9

    8

    7

    6

    5

    <02-F8>
    MD<15..0>

    +5V
    C117
    1000p,50V

    DRAM(4Mbit)
    IC7

    IC7 UPD424170LE-80L
    1
    2

    +5V

    3
    4

    C113
    0.1µ,25V

    5
    6

    CP8

    98

    7

    STB <05-E6>

    8

    97

    9

    96

    10

    95

    <02-F8> MLW
    <02-F8> MUW
    <02-F8> RAS

    94
    93
    92
    91
    90
    89
    88
    87
    86
    85
    84
    83
    82
    81

    ACK
    BUSY
    PE
    SLCT
    AFXT
    INIT
    FAULT
    SELIN

    3

    16

    100
    99

    OUT OUT
    GND

    2

    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>
    <05-D6>

    CP17
    (NC)

    11
    12
    13
    14

    9

    15

    0

    16

    1

    17

    2

    18

    3

    19
    20

    Vcc

    Vss

    DO1

    DO16D

    DO2

    DO15

    DO3

    DO14

    DO4

    DO13
    Vss

    Vcc
    DO5

    DO12

    DO6

    DO11

    DO7

    DO10

    DO8

    DO9
    NC

    NC
    LW

    NC

    UW

    CAS

    RAS

    OE

    A9

    A8

    A0

    A7

    A1

    A6

    A2

    A5

    A3

    A4
    Vss

    Vcc

    40
    39

    15

    38

    14

    37

    13

    36

    12

    D

    35
    34

    11

    33

    10

    32

    9

    31

    8

    30

    CP18

    29

    CAS
    <02-F8>
    MOE <02-F8>

    28
    27
    26

    8

    25

    7

    24

    6

    23

    5

    22

    4

    10

    +5V

    MA<9..0 >

    C112
    0.1µ,25V

    IFD<7..0>

    C

    21

    C118
    1000p,50V

    8
    4

    Vdd

    A5

    SELIN
    A4

    AD15
    A3

    FAULT

    A2

    INIT

    A16

    A1

    A17

    3

    <01-E1>
    ALE
    <01-A5>

    24

    IFD7

    A22

    2

    A<23..0>

    16

    A23

    61

    C111
    0.1µ,25V

    IFD6

    A0

    +5V

    RD

    60

    40

    IFD5

    0
    1

    39

    15

    WR

    AD0

    38

    IFD4

    AD1

    16

    IFD3

    HWR

    AD2

    37

    PD3

    57

    36

    17

    IFD2

    2

    18

    PD2

    AD3

    35

    IFD1

    56

    19

    IFD0

    PD1

    3

    34

    PD0

    AD4

    20

    STB

    AD5

    33

    PE3

    TEST

    55

    21

    Vss
    Vdd

    RES

    4

    32

    Vss

    54

    31

    22

    Printer Controller
    IC3

    Vdd

    5

    23

    PE2

    AD6

    30

    SCLK

    53

    29

    PE1

    6

    28

    TXD

    AD7

    27

    PE0

    ALE

    26

    PA4

    RXD

    Vss

    25

    PE7

    52

    24

    PA3

    51

    23

    INT0
    INT1
    INT2
    INT3
    HWR
    WR
    RD

    <01-B1> AD<15..0>

    22

    PA2

    PE6

    7

    RES C11
    0.1µ,25V

    21

    PE5

    50

    20

    PA1

    AD8

    <01-C8,
    04-B1>
    <01-D8>
    <01-C8>
    <01-C8>
    <01-C8>
    <01-E4>
    <01-E4>
    <01-E4>

    19

    PE4

    AD9

    18

    PA0

    49

    17

    PB0

    MA0

    8

    16

    MA1

    AD10

    15

    PB1

    48

    14

    PB2

    MA2

    47

    13

    PB3

    MA3

    9

    12

    MA4

    10

    11

    0

    PC0

    AD11

    1

    MA5

    AD12

    10

    PC1

    AD13

    9

    2

    MA6

    46

    3

    PC2

    45

    8

    3 PC3

    11

    7

    4

    Vdd
    HEN0

    MA7

    12

    5

    158

    9
    6

    R7 1M,1/16W

    47,1/16W

    CSTv22.11MX040

    HENB3

    AD14

    6

    C110
    0.1µ,25V

    F

    C114
    0.1µ,25V

    MA8

    44

    5

    CP21
    CP22

    LOGIC BOARD 02

    +5V

    MA9

    13

    7

    +5V

    1

    EvenENB <03-E8>
    OddENB <03-E8>
    W-HEAT <03-E7>

    MD8

    43

    4

    Vss

    160
    8

    Vdd

    14

    RDO
    <05-D7>
    RDI
    <05-D7>
    RCS
    <05-D8>
    SK
    <05-D8>

    3

    Vss

    2
    9

    Vss

    <02-B1>

    1

    Vss

    C109
    0.1µ,25V
    MA<9..0> 10

    2

    R6

    +5V

    59

    FB7

    MD<15..0>

    3
    BENB3 <03-E7>
    BENB2 <03-E7>
    BENB1 <03-E7>

    0

    FB8

    4

    HDATA
    HCLOCK
    HLATCH
    HRES
    MCH0

    <03-F8>
    <03-F8>
    <03-F8>
    <03-F8>
    <03-F7>

    143

    FB6

    N1608Z301T01
    N1608Z301T01
    N1608Z301T01
    N1608Z301T01
    N1608Z301T01

    58

    FB9

    5

    1

    FB5

    6

    42

    <02-E1>

    MOE
    RAS
    CAS
    MUW
    MLW

    41

    <02-C1>
    <02-C3>
    <02-C1>
    <02-C3>
    <02-C3>

    7

    <02-E8>

    B

    <05-F6>

    <01-C4> CS0

    A

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    7

    6

    R95

    <01-D8> CVDC

    RA7
    RA8
    100,1/8W 100,1/8W

    1
    2

    NNCD27G
    VH-G

    7
    3

    Q10
    25K1772
    +5V

    4

    Q11
    FP1R4M
    R97
    47K,1/16W

    2

    N1608Z121T01
    FB870

    23

    HVdd

    C304
    0.1µ,25W

    ZD16

    N1608Z121T01
    FB71
    FB72
    N1608Z121T01

    <02-A6>

    1

    NNCD6.8G

    HVH
    HVH
    VHG
    VHG

    8
    7
    6
    5

    HPO

    MTD2007F
    C205
    100µ,35W

    C206
    0.1µ,50W

    1

    VM-G

    3

    2

    5

    4
    5

    HVdd

    6
    7

    14

    8

    HVss
    0.51,1/4W
    R75

    24
    28
    25
    26

    HPG

    IC12

    VM
    W-HT
    HT0
    HT1

    F

    HPA

    <01-E8> CR10A
    <01-D8> CR11A
    CR10B
    <01-D8>
    <01-D8> CR11B

    0.51,1/4W
    R74

    3

    RA6
    RA5
    100,1/8W 100,1/8W

    10K,1/10W
    R94
    4

    2581443Q

    3

    R96
    10K,1/16W

    2

    9
    10

    HCLOCK
    HDATA
    HLATCH
    HRES

    11
    12
    13
    14

    2

    NC

    Vcc

    VssA

    INA

    Out1

    IOA
    IIA

    NC

    VsA

    RsA

    VrefA

    NC
    Out2

    LG

    Out3

    C/R
    VrefB

    NC

    VsB

    RsB

    IIB

    NC
    Out4

    IOB

    VssB

    INB

    NC

    Vcc

    +5V

    +5V

    28
    27

    R76
    10K,1/16W

    VH-G
    100,1/16W

    3

    6

    5

    26
    25
    24
    23

    02DZ3.0Z
    ZD20

    22
    21
    20

    4700p,50V

    <02-F5>

    MCHO

    1

    5

    ZD11

    C62
    0.1µ,25W

    R118
    1 6.8K,1/10W

    1

    2 Q9

    C305
    0.1µ,60W

    2

    3

    Q8
    FAIL4H

    3

    Home Psition
    Sensor

    C63

    2.7K,1/10W
    R93

    2

    <02-F4> W-HEAT

    OddENB
    EvenENB
    ID0
    ID1

    J5

    3
    1

    RA4
    10K,1/8W

    3
    4
    2
    1

    2 100K,1/16W

    HELN325-3(32P)

    1

    1

    <02-F4>
    <02-F4>
    <01-F4>
    <01-F4>

    Q7

    3

    R92
    6.8K,1/10W

    <02-F4>

    1

    +5V

    2 25J325Z

    R90

    Q6
    FAIL4H

    <02-F4> BENB1
    BENB2
    <02-F4>
    BENB3

    2

    100K,1/16W
    R91

    0.1µ,50V
    C306

    <01-F4> VHC

    <02-D3> HENB1
    HENB2
    <02-D3>
    <02-E3> HENB3
    <02-E3> HENB0

    3

    LOGIC BOARD 03

    C302
    1000K,35W

    HCLOCK
    HDATA
    HLATCH
    HRES

    4

    2634P

    R117
    10K,1/10W

    <02-F5>
    <02-F5>
    <02-F5>
    <02-F5>

    5

    R77
    360,1/10W

    VH

    C303
    1000µ,35W

    8

    19
    18
    17

    F
    02DZ2.0Z
    ZD21

    2

    CRVREF
    3

    1

    <01-D8>

    Q14
    FA1L4M

    16
    15

    J3
    3

    4
    15
    17
    27

    ZD15
    1

    18

    2
    3

    4

    20
    21

    ZD14

    <05-A7,
    04-B8,
    04-C8>

    8
    7
    6
    5

    MTD2007F

    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    4

    10

    13

    DIODEK

    HVdd

    14

    ZD17
    1

    Vcc

    VssA

    INA

    Out1

    IOA

    NC
    RsA
    NC

    IIA
    VsA
    VrefA

    Out2

    LG

    Out3

    C/R

    NC
    RsB
    NC

    VrefB
    VsB
    IIB

    Out4

    IOB

    VssB

    INB

    NC

    Vcc

    28

    N1608Z300T01
    FB102

    27
    26
    25
    24
    23
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16

    4

    NNCD6.8G

    30

    HPA
    HPO

    31

    HPG

    <01-A8> LFA
    <01-A8> LFB

    02DZ2.0Z
    ZD19

    02DZ3.0Z
    ZD18

    22

    B

    2

    LFVREF
    1

    3

    <01-D7>

    Q13
    FA1L4M

    15

    J4

    5

    2

    32

    100µ,50V

    9
    10
    11

    3

    R115
    390,1/16W

    0.51,1/4W
    R71

    12
    29

    R112
    1K,1/16W
    0.5X

    DIODEA

    NNCD6.8G

    NC

    R73
    360,1/10W

    VM-G

    2

    R72
    10K,1/16W

    1

    4700p,50V

    C203
    0.1µ,50W

    C60
    0.1µ,25W

    0.51,1/4W
    R70

    2

    <02-C7>

    C72

    100µ,50V

    HPS

    TOP

    +5V

    IC13
    C202
    100µ,35W

    5

    1

    R114
    39K,1/16W
    10K,1/16W
    R113
    C71

    <01-F4>

    C
    +5V

    VM

    3

    +5V
    R110
    180K,1/16W
    0.5X

    0.5X
    100,1/16W
    R105

    INKS1
    INKS2

    ZD12

    R107
    33K,1/16W
    +5V
    0.5X
    0.5X
    100,1/16W 8 6
    _
    _ 2
    R109 7
    1
    DTH
    IC14
    IC14
    <01-F8>
    3
    5
    +
    R106
    R108
    NJH2904M +
    NJH2904M 4
    R111
    4
    100K,1/16W
    12K,1/16W
    C133
    7.5K,1/16W
    0.5X
    0.5X
    0.1µ,25W
    0.5X
    Vsen
    8

    13

    9

    Q12
    FAIA4M 1

    +5V

    8

    R103 0.5X
    510,1/16W

    3

    0.5X
    470K,1/16W
    R104

    ID0
    ID1

    +5V

    3

    C70
    0.01µ,25W

    4

    NNCD6.8G

    2

    <01-D8> TOPC

    12

    VH

    <01-A8> LF10A
    <01-A8> LF11A
    <01-A8> LF10B
    LF11B
    <01-A8>

    3

    33,1/16W
    R102

    HRANK

    11
    5

    2

    R99
    100,1/16W

    <01-E8>

    1

    OddENB
    EvenENB

    C61

    19

    FU1

    FB101

    4

    N1608Z300T01

    <02-E3> INKS1
    INKS2
    <02-E3>

    D

    +5V

    RA3
    10K,1/8W
    16

    R100
    220K,1/16W
    100,1/16W
    R98

    Approx.6 Ω/
    phase

    R12P

    ZD13
    220K,1/16W
    R101

    BENB1
    BENB2
    BENB3

    2
    3

    <02-A6> HVdd

    <01-D8> CRA
    <01-D8> CRB

    A
    A
    B
    B

    5

    1

    NNCD6.8G

    22

    1
    2
    3
    4

    2
    1
    3
    4

    NNCD6.8G

    5

    HENB0
    HENB1
    HENB2
    HENB3

    1
    2
    3
    4

    A
    A
    B
    B

    Paper Feed
    Motor
    Approx.6 Ω/
    phase

    A

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    5

    4

    3

    2

    1
    LOGIC BOARD 04

    F
    +5V
    note

    LED0 (green)
    LED4 (orange)

    Indicator

    LED0
    Q3
    <02-D3>

    LED4

    FA1A4M

    180,1/10W

    R66

    1

    2

    ERROR

    F
    Q2
    <02-D3>

    LED0

    FA1A4M

    180,1/10W

    R67
    3

    POWER

    4
    SEC2594C

    +5V

    +5V

    +5V

    +5V
    R60
    10K,1/10W

    R61
    10K,1/10W

    SKHVLH

    Beeper
    R68
    1.5K,1/10W

    POWER

    BZ1
    PKM13EPY-4000-TF01

    <01-D8>

    3

    1

    Control Buttons
    R63

    SW2

    POWER

    D

    <01-C8>

    10K,1/16W
    SKHVLH

    2
    BZ

    2

    RESUME
    DOOR

    Q4
    FA1L4M
    1

    CARTRIDGE

    2

    R64

    1 SW1

    SKHVLH
    1

    TSW1

    10K,1/16W
    R65

    2 SW0

    TSW0

    <02-E3>

    <02-E3>

    10K,1/16W

    <05-A7,
    04-B8,
    03-A7>

    Vsen

    Paper End Sensor
    R51
    390,1/10W

    R52
    39K,1/16W

    3

    1

    R62
    10K,1/16W

    C

    +5V
    R53

    10K,1/16W

    PES

    <01-F4>

    C52
    100p,50V

    C104
    1000p,50V

    C103
    0.1µ,25V

    4

    PS1
    GP1SQ59C
    2

    C51
    0.01µ,50V

    C50
    0.01µ,50V

    +5V
    R1
    1K,1/16W
    RES

    <05-A7, Vsen
    04-C8,
    03-A7>

    Pick-up Roller Sensor
    R54
    390,1/10W

    3

    1

    R56
    10K,1/16W

    RRS

    <01-E4>

    1 Vout GND 4
    2
    3
    MaRes Vcc

    C53
    100p,50V

    4

    2

    C1
    1000p,50V

    PST592EMT

    R55
    39K,1/16W

    PS2
    EE-SX1055

    Reset
    IC7

    B
    <01-C8,02-C8>

    A

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    1
    LOGIC BOARD 05

    <02-A2>

    IFD<7..>

    <05-B7>

    8

    Vif
    Vif

    RA1
    3.3K,1/8W

    J2

    8

    2

    7

    3

    3
    4

    6

    4

    5

    5

    1

    8

    6

    2

    7

    7

    3
    4

    6

    8

    5

    9

    R19

    S-29130AFJ
    1

    RCS
    <02-D8>
    SK
    <02-D8>
    R9
    3.3K,1/16W

    8

    NC TEST
    2
    7
    VCC GND
    3
    6
    DO
    CS
    4
    5
    D1
    SK

    RDO <02-D8>
    RD1 <02-D8>

    <02-C3>
    <02-C3>
    <02-B3>
    <02-B3>
    <02-B3>
    <02-B3>
    <02-B3>
    <02-B3>

    BUSY
    ACK
    PE
    SLCT
    FAULT
    SELIN
    AFXT
    INIT

    C21
    470p,50V

    8

    2

    2

    7

    3

    6

    4

    5

    5

    3
    4

    R25
    R26
    R27
    R28

    10,1/16W
    1K,1/16W
    1.5K, 1/16W
    1K,1/16W
    C22
    0.01m,50V

    6
    7
    8

    R294

    9

    100,1/16W
    C23
    33p,50V

    C24
    33p,50V

    C25
    33p,50V

    C26
    33p,50V

    C27
    33p,50V

    2

    +5V
    Vif

    R10
    47K,1/16W

    5

    ZD1
    RD6,8SB3

    <05-F3>

    +5V

    4

    +5V-GND

    FBM4532HS121
    3

    +5V

    SNC

    3

    R50
    47K,1/16W

    N1608Z102T05
    N1608Z102T05

    D1
    D2
    D3
    D4
    D5
    D6
    D7
    D8

    F
    1

    STB

    N1608Z102T05

    C28
    33p,50V

    C29
    33p,50V

    C30
    33p,50V

    1
    FB29
    FB30
    FB31
    FB32
    FB33
    FB34
    FB35
    FB36

    N1608Z102T05

    11

    0.1A

    10

    N1608Z102T05
    N1608Z102T05
    N1608Z102T05
    N1608Z102T05
    0.1A
    N1608Z102T05

    R334
    390,1/8W
    FB379 N1608Z102T05
    N1608Z102T05
    FB889

    BUSY
    ACK
    12
    PE
    13
    SLCT
    32
    FAULT
    36
    SELIN
    143
    AFXT
    31
    INT
    15

    N.C.

    34

    N.C.

    18
    35

    +5V
    +5V-PULL UP

    19
    20

    33
    16

    STB-GND
    D1-GND
    D2-GND
    D3-GND
    D4-GND
    D5-GND
    D6-GND
    D7-GND
    D8-GND
    ACK-GND
    BUSY-GND
    INT-GND
    S-GND
    S-GND

    17

    F-GND

    23
    24

    27
    28

    +24V-GND

    D

    C

    B

    Q5
    FN1A4P

    2

    N1608Z102T05

    29
    30

    FB74

    <01-D8>

    N1608Z102T05

    25
    26

    C301
    100m,35V

    C20
    33m,50V

    1

    FB279

    N1608Z102T05

    21
    22

    J1

    Q1
    FN1A4P

    FB269

    N1608Z102T05

    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9

    RA2
    3.3K,1/8W

    CNV
    1

    FB259

    N1608Z102T05

    R31
    1K,1/16W

    1

    C121
    0.1m,25V

    3

    FB249

    N1608Z102T05

    FB28

    +5V

    IFC

    FB239

    Vif

    R324
    3.3K,1/8W

    <01-D8>

    FB229

    R30
    1K,1/16W

    100,1/16W

    RA11
    10,1/8W

    EEPROM(1Kbit)
    IC6

    FB219

    R20

    1K,1/16W

    +5V

    FB209

    Vif

    R116
    1.5K,1/16W
    STB

    1

    2

    1

    RA10
    10,1/8W

    <02-C3>

    F

    CNIF

    RA9
    10,1/8W

    2

    +5V-GND
    Vsen

    FCN-684J036-L/U#8
    (36pin)

    <04-D8,04-C8>
    VH

    1

    +24V

    C201
    1000p, 50V

    A
    +24V-GND

    5-39






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