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CODE : 00ZARM205/A1E

DIGITAL COPIER
AR-M160

MODEL

AR-M160
AR-M205

AR-M205
(With RSPF installed)

CONTENTS

[ 1 ] GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
[ 2 ] SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1
[ 3 ] CONSUMABLE PARTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
[ 4 ] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES . . . . . . . 4 - 1
[ 5 ] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 1
[ 6 ] ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1
[ 7 ] SIMULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 1
[ 8 ] USER PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 1
[ 9 ] TROUBLE CODE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 1
[10] MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 1
[11] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 1
[12] FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 1
[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 1

Parts marked with are important for maintaining the safety of the set.
Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used for


after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

CONTENTS

[1] GENERAL
1. Note for servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
[2] SPECIFICATIONS
1. Copy mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
[3] CONSUMABLE PARTS

[8] USER PROGRAMS


1. List of user programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
2. Setting the user programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
3. Toner cartridge life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
[9] TROUBLE CODE LIST

1. Supply system table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1

1. Trouble code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1

2. Environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2

2. Details of trouble codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1

3. Production number identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2


[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES

[10] MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1

1. Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1

2. Maintenance display system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2

2. Internal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1

3. Note for replacement of consumable parts . . . . . . . . . . 10-2

3. Operation Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2

[11] DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

4. Motor, solenoid, clutch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3

1. High voltage section / Duplex transport section . . . . . . 11-1

5. Sensor, switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4

2. Optical section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2

6. PWB unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5

3. Fusing section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-4

7. Cross sectional view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6

4. Paper exit section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-6

[5] UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION

5. MCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8

1. Installing conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1

6. Optical frame unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8

2. Removal of protective material and fixing screw . . . . . .5-1

7. LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-9

3. Installing procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1

8. Tray paper feed section / Paper transport section. . . . . 11-9

4. Removal and storage of fixing screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2

9. Manual multi paper feed section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-11

5. Changing the copy paper size in the tray . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3

10. Power section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13

[6] ADJUSTMENTS
1. Adjustment item list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
2. Copier adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
[7] SIMULATIONS
1. Entering the simulation mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
2. Canceling the simulation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
3. List of simulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
4. Contents of simulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3

11. Developing section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-14


12. Process section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
13. Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
[12] FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE
1. Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
2. Download procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
3. Installation procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2
[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION
1. Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
2. Circuit descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-2
3. Actual wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-5

[1] GENERAL

poorly ventilated

1. Note for servicing


Pictogram
The label (
) in the fusing area of the machine indicates the
following:
: Caution, risk of danger
: Caution, hot surface

A. Warning for servicing

exposed to direct sunlight

The fusing area is hot. Exercise care in this area when removing misfed
paper.
Do not look directly at the light source. Doing so may damage your eyes.

B. Cautions for servicing


Do not switch the machine rapidly on and off. After turning the machine
off, wait 10 to 15 seconds before turning it back on.
Machine power must be turned off before installing any supplies.
Place the machine on a firm, level surface.
Do not install the machine in a humid or dusty location.
When the machine is not used for a long time, for example, during
prolonged holidays, turn the power switch off and remove the power
cord from the outlet.
When moving the machine, be sure to turn the power switch off and
remove the power cord from the outlet.
Do not cover the machine with a dust cover, cloth or plastic film while the
power is on. Doing so may prevent heat dissipation, damaging the
machine.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous laser radiation
exposure.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the machine and shall be easily
accessible.

subject to extreme temperature or humidity changes, e.g., near an air


conditioner or heater.

C. Note for installation place


Improper installation may damage the machine. Please note the
following during initial installation and whenever the machine is moved.
Caution : If the machine is moved from a cool place to a warm place,
condensation may form inside the machine. Operation in this
condition will cause poor copy quality and malfunctions. Leave
the machine at room temperature for at least 2 hours before
use.
Do not install your machine in areas that are:
damp, humid, or very dusty

The machine should be installed near an accessible power outlet for


easy connection and disconnection.
Be sure to connect the power cord only to a power outlet that meets the
specified voltage and current requirements. Also make certain the outlet
is properly grounded.
Note : Connect the machine to a power outlet which is not used for other
electric appliances. If a lighting fixture is connected to the same
outlet, the light may flicker.
Be sure to allow the required space around the machine for servicing
and proper ventilation.

8" (20cm)

8"
(20cm)

AR-M205 GENERAL 1-1

8"
(20cm)

[2] SPECIFICATIONS

D. First copy time


(1) Basic speed

1. Copy mode

First copy time

7.2sec (A4, 8.5" X 11"/1st tray/with OC)


(Polygon motor ready state)

A. Type
Type

Desk-top

E. Document

Paper exit

Wing less

Max. document size

A3, 11" X 17"

B. Machine composition

Document reference
position

Left side center

AR-M160

16-CPM multi function model

Detection (Platen)

None

AR-M205

20-CPM multi function model

Detection size

A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5


11" X 17", 8.5" X 14", 8.5" X 13", 8.5" X 11",
8.5" X 11"R, 8.5" X 5.5"
(8.5" X 13" is detected by key input.)

(1) Option
Machine

Model

250 sheets paper feed unit

AR-D24

(1) SPF/R-SPF

250 sheets x 2 paper feed unit AR-D25


SPF

AR-SP6

AR-M160 only

RSPF

AR-RP6

AR-M205 only

Original cover

AR-VR5

Dual function board

AR-EB7

Network expansion kit

AR-NB2

Available from October

PS3 expansion kit

AR-PK1/N

option for AR-NB2

256MB optional memory

AR-SM5

C. Copy speed

Standard/Option

Option
SPF: AR-SP6 (AR-M160 only)
RSPF: AR-RP6 (AR-M205 only)

Document load
capacity

40 sheets (Thickness 4mm or less)

Document size
(Max. ~ Min.)

A3 ~ A5
11" x 17" ~ 8.5" x 5.5"
(8.5" x 5.5", duplex is inhibited.)

Document
replacement speed

AR-M205:20 sheets/min
AR-M160:16 sheets/min
(A4 , 8.5" x 11" normal copy)

(1) Scan One Print many


AR-M205 / M160

Document set/Paper Face up, Center reference,


feed direction
Paper feed from the top

Available

Condition: Copy speed in the normal copy from all the paper feed ports
including the manual paper feed port.

(2) Continuous copy speed (Sheets/min)

Document weight

56 ~ 90g/m, 15 ~ 24 lbs

Document size
detection

On the document feed tray

Document mixture

Copy mode: Not Available

a. AR-M160

F. Paper feed

Paper size

Normal

Enlargement
(200%)

Reduction
(50%)

A3

Copy size
(Max. ~ Min.)

B4

10

10

10

Paper feed system

1 cassette + Multi manual paper feed

A4

16

16

16

Paper feed capacity

AR-M205

A4R

12

12

12

250 x 2 (Paper feed tray)


+ 100 (Multi bypass feed tray)

B5

16

16

16

AR-M160

B5R

14

14

14

250 x 1 (Paper feed tray)


+ 100 (Multi bypass feed tray)

11" X 17"

Only empty detection available

8.5" X 14"

10

10

10

Cassette
section

8.5" X 13"

11

11

11

Manual tray

Only empty detection available

8.5" X 11"

16

16

16

(1) Paper feed section of the copier


Paper feed
size

A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5


11" x 17", 8.5" x 14", 8.5" x 13", 8.5" x 11",
8.5" x 11"R, 8.5" x 5.5"
(For A5 and 8.5" x 5.5", only No. 1 tray available.)

Side front

Front
250 sheets
(56 ~ 90g/m equivalent) (15 ~ 21 lbs.)

AB
system

Inch
system

A3 ~ A6
11" x 17" ~ 8.5" x 5.5"

Remaining quantity
detection

8.5" X 11"R

12

12

12

8.5" X 5.5"

16

16

16

Paper size

Normal

Enlargement
(200%)

Reduction
(50%)

A3

11

11

11

Paper feed
capacity

B4

12

12

12

Detection

A4

20

20

20

Paper empty detection available, size detection


(by key input)

A4R

14

14

14

Weight

56 ~ 90g/m (15 lbs. ~ 21 lbs.)

B5

20

20

20

Special paper Recycled paper

B5R

16

16

16

11" X 17"

10

10

10

8.5" X 14"

12

12

12

8.5" X 13"

12

12

12

8.5" X 11"

20

20

20

8.5" X 11"R

15

15

15

8.5" X 5.5"

20

20

20

b. AR-M205

AB
system

Inch
system

AR-M205 SPECIFICATIONS 2-1

(2) Manual paper feed section

K. Print density

Paper feed
size

A3 ~ A6, 11" x 17" ~ 8.5" x 5.5"

Density mode

Auto / Text / Photo


5 steps (Text / Photo)

Paper feed
capacity

100 sheets(56 ~ 80g/m)

No. of manual
adjustment
Resolution

Detection

Size detection not available,


paper empty detection available

Writing: 600 x 600dpi


Reading: 600 (main) x 600 (sub) (PHOTO mode)
600 (main) x 300 (sub) (AE mode)

Weight

56 ~ 200g/m (15 ~ 34 lbs.)

Gradation

Reading: 256 gradations


Writing: Binary

Toner save mode

Set by the user program

Special paper Recycled paper, OHP film, labels


Paper feed

Single except for recycled paper

L. Void width

(3) Option paper feed unit


1-step paper feed unit 2-step paper feed unit
Model
Paper feed size

AR-D24
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R
11" x 17", 8.5" x 14", 8.5" x 13",
8.5" x 11", 8.5" x 11"R

Capacity
(56 ~ 80gm)

About 250 sheets x


1 step

Paper weight

56 ~ 90 g/m (15 ~ 21 lbs.)

Moisture preserving
heater

None

About 250 sheets x


2 steps

Lead edge 1 ~ 4mm,


rear edge 4mm or less,
both sides 4mm or less

Image loss

4mm or less

M. Auto duplex
Standard/
Option

Standard provision (AR-M205 only)


(D D / D S enable only when RSPF is installed)
Not available for AR-M160

N. Paper exit / finishing

Paper empty detection Available

Paper exit section


capacity

Paper size setting

User setting
Paper size detection:None

External dimensions
(W x D x H)

590 x 471 x 88mm

590 x 471 x 173.5mm

Weight

About 4.7kg

About 10kg

Special paper

Recycled paper

Power

Supplied from the machine

G. Job speed
S-S (1st step)

Void area

AR-D25

100% (document replacement rate)

Full detection

None

Finishing

Dual function board:


Option (AR-EB7)

Electronic sort
capacity

A4 (8.5" x 11") standard document 100 sheets

Offset function

Available (by the shifter)

Staple function

None

(1) Electronic sort board (Option)


Electronic sort

Condition:With SPF/RSPF A4/Letter Normal 1cassette

H. Multi copy
Max. number of multi copy

Sorting

100 sheets of A4 standard


documents

Grouping

100 sheets of A4 standard


documents

999 sheets

I. Warm-up time
Warm-up time

Face down 250 sheets

Rotation copy

If there is paper of same size as the document,


the image is rotated to copy even though the
paper is set in the different direction from the
document direction.

2 in 1, 4 in 1

Copies of 2 pages or 4 pages are integrated into


one surface. Divided by solid lines,
(Selectable by the user program.)

Edge erase

Images surrounding the document are erased


when copying. (Adjustable in 5 ~ 20mm by the
user program.)

45 sec

Pre-heat

Available

Jam recovery

Within 45 sec

J. Copy magnification ratio


Fixed
magnification
ratio

AB system:
50, 70, 81, 86, 100, 115, 122, 141, 200%
Inch system:
50, 64, 77, 95, 100, 121, 129, 141, 200%

Center erase

Zooming

25 ~ 400%
SPF/RSPF(50 ~ 200%)

The image at the center is erased when copying.


(Adjustable in 5 ~ 20mm by the user program.)

Margin shift

Independent
zooming(vertical)

Available (25 ~ 400%)


SPF/RSPF(50 ~ 200%)

Binding margin is made at the left edge of the set


documents.
(Adjustable in 5 ~ 20mm by the user program.)

Independent zooming
(horizontal)

Available (25 ~ 400%)


SPF/RSPF(50 ~ 200%)

Memory for
electronic sort

16MB

* Memory loading
capacity

A4 standard 100 pages

Memory expansion

DIMM memory slot x 1, max. 256MB x 1 slot +


16MB (Max. 272MB in total)

USB2.0

Standard provision of E-sort

SPLC (JBIG-GDI)

Supported when E-sort is installed.

ROPM

Supported when E-sort is installed.

AR-M205 SPECIFICATIONS 2-2

O. Additional functions

R. External view

APS

AMS

External dimensions
(W x D x H)

590 x 577 x 520 mm(AR-M205)


590 x 577 x 470 mm(AR-M160)

Auto tray switching

Memory copy

Occupying area
(W x D)

590 x 531mm
(When the manual tray is installed.)

Weight

About 31.3kg (AR-M160)


About 35.1kg (AR-M205)

Rotation copy
E-sort

Rotation sort

Option

S. Power source

Independent
zooming

Voltage

AC120V, 220V, 230V, 240V 15%

1 set 2 copy

Frequency

50/60Hz common

Enlargement invalid/SPF invalid (Patent


rotation)

Binding margin

Default AB series:
10mm (5, 10, 15, 20mm)
Inch series: 1/2 inch (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1 inch)

Edge erase

Default AB series:
10mm (5, 10, 15, 20mm)
Inch series: 1/2 inch (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1 inch)

Center erase

Default AB series:
10mm (5, 10, 15, 20mm)
Inch series: 1/2 inch (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1 inch)

Black/white
reverse

T. Power consumption
Max. power consumption
* EnergyStar conformity
Average power consumption in Less than 550W
operation
Power consumption when
5W(Not include option)
standby
Energy consumption efficiency Less than 25W

U. Digital performance
Resolution

Reading
Writing

600 x 600dpi

Gradation

Reading

256 gradations

Writing

Binary

2in1/4in1
Sorter

Offset function (Shifter) provided

Preheating

The conditions are set by the user


program.

Simplex:16MB Duplex:32MB

Hard disk

None

User programming

Total counter

Supports Total counter, Scan counter, and


Copy counter.

Coin vendor
support

(Supports I/F only.)

Auditor support

(Supports I/F only.)

Data resolution
Option memory

Duplex

(Standard provision for the model of 20sheet model only)

Printer driver

Toner save

(Set according to the destination)

Department
management

(Copy: 20 Dept.)

V. Printing function

: Available
: Not available

:Installation of the option is required.

P. Other specifications
Photoconductor type

OPC (Organic Photo Conductor)

Photoconductor drum dia.

30mm

Copy lamp

Cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL)

Developing system

Dry 2-component magnetic brush


development

Charging system

Saw teeth charging

Transfer system

(+) DC corotron

Separation system

(-) DC corotron

Fusing system

Heat roller

Cleaning system

Contact blade

Print speed

<Standard>12ppm
(With the AR-EB7 installed)
16ppm (AR-M160) / 20ppm (AR-M205)
600dpi
16MB (with the AR-EB7 installed)
256MB (AR-SM5) can be added to the AR-EB7.
Two drivers for the case when the AR-EB7 is
installed and when it is not are automatically
installed by plug & play.
<Standard> SHARP GDI driver
<with the AR-EB7 installed> SPLC driver

W. Scanner function
Type
Scan system
Light source
Resolution
Document
Effective scan range
Scan speed
Input data
Output data
Scan color
Protocol
Interface

Q. Package form
Body

600 x 600dpi (PHOTO mode)


600 x 300dpi (AE mode)

Memory

Auto shut-off

O
X

The conditions are set by the user


program.

1200W

Body / Accessories
Scanner utility
Drop-out color
Scanner button
Supported OS
Void area
WHQL support

AR-M205 SPECIFICATIONS 2-3

Flat bed color scanner


Document table/document feed unit
White CCFL
Basic 600 x 1200dpi
Set range: 50 ~ 9600dpi
Sheet/Book
OC/SPF: about 297(length) x 431(width) mm
OC/SPF: 2.88msec/line (Color)
1bit or 12bit
1bit or 8bit
Black and white binaryGray scaleFull color
TWAIN/WIA (XP only) / STI
USB1.1
USB2.0
(Option support: High-speed mode/Full speed
mode (Switched by the user program.))
(Supported when E-sort is installed)
Sharp Desk/Button Manager
Provided
Provided (6)
Windows98/ME/2000/XP
Lead edge/rear edge (2.5mm) on the driver
side Left/right: 3.0mm
Yes

[3] CONSUMABLE PARTS


1.Supply system table
A.USA/CANADA/Latin America
NO

Name

Content

Life

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 537g)
Vinyl bag

x10

Developer

Developer
(Developer : Net Weight 400g)

Drum kit

Drum
Drum fixing plate

Product name

160K

AR-202MT

x10

500K

AR-202MD

x1
x1

50K

AR-202DR

160K

AR-202ET

Remark
Life setting by A4 6% document

x10

B. Middle East/Africa/Taiwan/Philippine
NO

Name

Content

Life

Product name

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 537g)
Vinyl bag

x10

Developer

Developer
(Developer : Net Weight 400g)

x10

500K

AR-202CD

Drum kit

Drum
Drum fixing plate

x1
x1

50K

AR-202DR

160K

AR-202LT

Remark
Life setting by A4 6% document

x10

C. Europe/East Europe
NO

Name

Content

Life

Product name

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 537g)
Vinyl bag

x10

Developer

Developer
(Developer : Net Weight 400g)

x10

500K

AR-202LD

Drum kit

Drum
Drum fixing plate

x1
x1

50K

AR-202DM

160K

AR-202CT

Remark
Life setting by A4 6% document

x10

D. Asia
NO

Name

Content

Life

Product name

Remark

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 537g)
Vinyl bag

x10

Life setting by A4 6% document

Developer

Developer
(Developer : Net Weight 400g)

x10

500K

AR-202CD

Drum kit

Drum
Drum fixing plate

x1
x1

50K

AR-202DR

160K

AR-202CT-C

Life setting by A4 6% document

19K

AR-203ST-C

Life setting by A4 6% document

x10

E.Hong Kong/China
NO

Name

Content

Life

Product name

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>
(Hong Kong only)

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 645g)
Vinyl bag

x10

Toner cartridge(Black)
<With IC>
(China only)

Toner
(Toner: Net Weight 645g)
Vinyl bag

x1

Developer

Developer
(Developer : Net Weight 4500)

x10

500K

AR-202CD-C

Drum kit

Drum
Drum fixing plate

x1
x1

50K

AR-202DR-C

Remark

x10

x1

AR-M205 CONSUMABLE PARTS 3-1

3. Production number identification

A. Transport conditions

<Toner cartridge>

(1) Transport conditions

The label on the toner cartridge shows the date of production.

Humidity (%)

2. Environmental conditions

Production
place

Serial
number

Year/
Month/
Day

Ver.No.

Temperature

Humidity (%)

(2) Storage conditions

<Drum cartridge>
The lot number, printed on the front side flange, is composed of 6 digits,
each digit showing the following content:

Temperature
1

B. Use conditions

Alphabet

Number

Indicates the model conformity code. A for this model.


Indicates the end digit of the production year.

Humidity (%)

Number or X, Y, Z
Indicates the month of packing.

Use environment
conditions

X stands for October, Y November, and Z December.


4/5

Number

Alphabet

Indicates the day of the month of packing.


Indicates the production factory. "A" for Nara Plant, C for
SOCC

Temperature

C. Life(packed conditions)
Photoconductor drum (36 months from the production month)
Developer, toner (24 months from the production month)

AR-M205 CONSUMABLE PARTS 3-2

[4] EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES


1. Appearance

1
17

15

16

3
9
4

7
10

14

11

4
7
10
13
16

Document feeder cover (when the SPF/


RSPF is installed) /document cover
(when the document cover is installed)
Power switch
Front cover
Side cover handle
Bypass tray extension
Parallel port

12

13

Document glass

Handles

5
8
11
14
17

Operation panel
Paper trays
Bypass tray guides
Charger cleaner
USB 2.0 port (when the dual function
board is installed)

6
9
12
15

Paper output tray


Side cover
Bypass tray
USB 1.1 port

2. Internal
18 19

20

21

22

23

24

26

28

27

29

25

18
21
24
27

Document feeder tray


(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Right side cover
(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Toner cartridge lock release lever
Fusing unit release levers

19
22
25
28

Original guides
(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Exit area
(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Toner cartridge
Photoconductive drum

20
23
26
29

Feeding roller cover


(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Reversing tray
(when the RSPF is installed)
Roller rotating knob
Fusing unit paper guide

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-1

3. Operation Section
1

ON LINE

SCAN
1

ORIGINAL TO COPY XYZOOM

DUAL
PAGE
COPY

The AR-M160 is shown below.


ON LINE

XYZOOM

DUAL
PAGE
COPY

PAPER
SIZE

TRA

ZE

1
4

SCAN MENU key


ORIGINAL TO COPY key/indicators
(AR-M205 only)

EDGE
ERASE
CENTER

TRAY

2
5

2 IN 1
4 IN 1

MARGIN
SHIFT

AUTO

PRESET

SCAN key/indicator
DUAL PAGE COPY key/indicator

9 10 11 12 13

ORIGINAL DATA
SORT
GROUP

20
14
12
12
10
9
7
6
5

X17
X14
X11
X5
X11

14

15

AUTO PAPER SELECT

AUDIT CLEAR

16

19

20

ZOOM

25 400%

ON LINE key/indicator
XY-ZOOM key/indicator

21

INTERRUPT

CLEAR

200%
141
129
121
100%
95
77
64
50%

1 3 5
ORIGINAL SIZE
ENTER

18

POWER SAVE

ORIGINAL PAPER
SIZE
SIZE
11X17
8X14
8X11
8X5
8X11
EXTRA

AUTO
TEXT
PHOTO

17

3
6

CLEAR ALL

START

AUTO
TRAY
SELECT IMAGE PRESET RATIO
READ-END

22

23

13
16
19
22

SORT/GROUP key/indicators
(when the dual function board is
installed)
ERASE key/indicators
(when the dual function board is
installed)
AUDIT CLEAR key
POWER SAVE indicator
ZOOM indicator
Light and Dark keys ( , ) / indicators

14
17
20
23

25

PAPER SIZE ENTER key

26

28

AUTO IMAGE key/indicator

29

31
34

[ ] key
START key (

32
35

10

) /indicators

11

24 25 26 27

28 29

30

31

ORIGINAL DATA indicator


(when the dual function board is
installed)
MARGIN SHIFT key/indicator
(when the dual function board is
installed)
AUTO PAPER SELECT indicator
Display
Zoom keys ( , )
ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER key /
ORIGINAL SIZE indicators
SPR/RSPF indicator
(when the SPF/RSPF is installed)
Paper feed location/misfeed location
indicators
Numeric keys
CLEAR ALL key ( )

32

33

34

35 36

12

2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1 key/indicators
(when the dual function board is
installed)
AUTO/TEXT/PHOTO key / indicators

15
18
21
24

Alarm indicators
Copy ratio display key ( )
INTERRUPT key ( ) / indicator
PAPER SIZE indicators

27

TRAY SELECT key (

30

PRESET RATIO selector keys (


indicators
READ-END key ( )
CLEAR key ( )

33
36

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-2

)
,

)/

4. Motor, solenoid, clutch

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

18

17

No.

Name

Code

16

15

14

Function operation

Mirror motor

MRM

Drives the optical mirror base (scanner unit).

Shifter motor

SHTM

Toner motor

TM

Duplex motor

DPX

Switchback operation and paper exit motor in duplex.

Cooling fan motor

CFM

Cools the inside of the machine.

Main motor

MM

Drives the machine.

1st tray paper feed clutch

PS clutch

Shifts the paper exit tray.


Toner supply

CPFC1

Drive the pick up roller

RRC

Drives the resist roller

Paper feed solenoid

CPSOL1

Solenoid for paper feed from cassette

10

Resist roller solenoid

RRS

Resist roller rotation control solenoid

11

Manual paper transport clutch

MPTC

Drives the manual paper transport roller.

12

Manual paper feed clutch

MPFC

Drives the manual paper feed roller.

13

Manual paper feed solenoid

MPFS

Manual paper feed solenoid

14

2nd tray transport clutch

CPFC2

Drives the 2nd tray transport roller.

15

2nd tray transport solenoid

FSOL1

2nd tray transport solenoid

16

2nd tray paper feed clutch

CPFC1

Drives the 2nd tray paper feed roller.

17

2nd tray paper feed solenoid

PSOL2

2nd tray transport solenoid

18

Exhaust fan motor

VFM

Cools the inside of the machine.

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-3

5. Sensor, switch
1
2
3

4
5

17
16

6
7
8

15
14

9
10
13

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

Name
Mirror home position sensor
Side door switch
Paper exit sensor (paper exit side)
Shifter home position sensor
Paper exit sensor (DUP side)
Thermistor
Thermostat
Toner density sensor
2nd tray detection switch
Manual sensor
2nd tray door open/close sensor
2nd tray door paper pass sensor
2nd tray paper empty sensor
Paper in sensor
Cassette empty
Front cover SW
Power switch

Code
MHPS
DSWR
POD1
SFTHP
PDPX
RTH
TCS
MPED
DRS2
PPD2
CSS2
PIN

MAIN SW

12

11

Function operation
Detects the mirror (scanner unit) home position.
Side door open detection
Detects paper exit.
Shifter home position detection
Paper transport detection
Fusing section temperature detection
Fusing section abnormally high temperature detection
Toner quantity detection
2nd tray detection
Manual transport detection
2nd tray door open/close detection
2nd tray paper entry detection
2nd tray paper empty detection
Paper transport detection
Tray paper entry detection
Front cover open detection
Turns ON/OFF the main power source.

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-4

6. PWB unit
2 6

1
4

5
10
7

9
8

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Name
Copy lamp Inverter PWB
I / F PWB
CCD sensor PWB
Main control PWB
Tray PWB
IMC2 PWB
2nd cassette PWB
High voltage PWB
Power PWB
Operation main PWB

Function operation
Copy lamp control
USB1.1, IEEE1284 I/F
Image scanning
Main control PWB
Shifter motor control
Electronic sort, USB2.0 << Option:AR-EB7>>
2nd cassette control
High voltage control
AC power input/DC power control
Operation panel input/Display, operation panel section control

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-5

7. Cross sectional view


1

18

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

23
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Name
Copy lamp
Copy lamp unit
LSU unit
Lens unit
MC holder unit
Paper exit roller
Transport roller
Upper heat roller
Lower heat roller
Waste toner transport roller
Drum unit
Transfer charger unit
DUP follower roller
Duplex transport roller
Resist roller
Manual paper feed tray
Manual paper pick up roller
No. 2/3 mirror unit
Manual transport roller
2nd tray paper transport roller
2nd tray paper pick up roller
(semi-circular roller)
1st tray paper feed roller
(semi-circular roller)
MG roller

22 21 20 19 17 16
Function/Operation
Image radiation lamp
Operates in synchronization with No. 2/3 mirror unit to radiate documents
sequentially.
Converts image signals into laser beams to write on the drum.
Reads images with the lens and the CCD.
Supplies negative charges evenly on the drum.
Used to discharge paper.
Used to transport paper.
Fuses toner on paper (with the teflon roller).
Fuses toner on paper (with the silicon rubber roller).
Transports waste toner to the waste toner box.
Forms images.
Transfer images (on the drum) onto paper.
Transports paper for duplex .
Takes synchronization between the paper lead edge and the image lead edge.
Manual paper feed tray
Picks up paper in manual paper feed.
Reflects the images from the copy lamp unit to the lens unit.
Transports paper from the manual paper feed port.
Transports paper from the 2nd tray.
Picks up paper from the 2nd tray.
Picks up paper from the 1st tray.
Puts toner on the OPC drum.

AR-M205 EXTERNAL VIEWS AND INTERNAL STRUCTURES 4-6

[5]UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION

2) Open the front cover.


Hold the both sides and pull down to open.

1.Installing conditions
A.Copier installation
Do not install your copier in areas that are:
damp, humid, or very dusty
exposed to direct sunlight
poorly ventilated
subject to extreme temperature or humidity changes, e.g., near an air
conditioner or heater.
Be sure to allow the required space around the machine for servicing
and proper ventilation.

3) Loosen the screw and remove the developer cartridge.

B.Power source
Use an exclusive-use power outlet. If the power plug of this machine is
inserted into a power outlet commonly used with other illumination
units, flickers of the lamp may be result. Use a power outlet which is not
used commonly with any illumination units.
Avoid complex wiring.

C.Grounding wire connection.


To avoid danger, be sure to connect a grounding wire. If no grounding
wire is connected and a leakage occurs, a fire or an electric shock may
be result.

4) Remove the developer tank from the developer cartridge.

2.Removal of protective material and fixing


screw
1) Remove all tapes and protective material.
Remove all tapes, then open the document cover and remove the
protective material of sheet shape
2) Remove the fixing screw.
Use a coin to remove the fixing screw.
The fixing screw is required when transporting the machine. Keep it in
the tray. (Refer to the later description.)

5) Supply developer into the developer tank while rotating the MG roller
in the arrow direction.

MG roller
*

3.Installing procedure

Shake the developer bag enough before opening it.

Hook

A.Developer cartridge installation


1) Open the manual tray, and open the side cover.

Note: Check that the DV seal is free from developing agent. If developing
agent is attached to the DV seal, clean it carefully.
Check to insure that the hook is engaged in two positions.
6) Attach the developer tank to the developer cartridge.
* After supplying developer into the developer cartridge, do not tilt or
shake the developer cartridge.
7) Attach the developer cartridge to the copier, and fix it with the screw.

AR-M205 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5-1

B.Toner cartridge installation

4.Removal and storage of fixing screw

1) Shake the toner cartridge several times horizontally, and remove the
tape.
* Do not hold the shutter lever when shaking.
* After removing the tape, do not tilt or shake the toner cartridge.

1) Lift the knob and gently pull out the tray.

4 or 5 times

Shutter
Tape
Handle

2) Hold the paper pressure plate and turn the fixing screw in the arrow
direction.

2) Attach the toner cartridge to the copier.

3) Store the fixing pin and the fixing screw in the tray.
Store the fixing screw which was removed in the above procedure 2 and
the fixing screw which was removed in procedure 2 of 2.
Removal of protective material and fixing screw in the storage place in
the tray.

3) Pull the shutter lever.

Pressure
plate
lock

Close the front cover A, then close the side cover B.


When closing the front cover, gently press the both sides.
When closing the side cover, hold the knob.
When closing the covers, be sure to close the front cover first, then
close the side cover. If closed in a wrong sequence, the covers may be
broken.

AR-M205 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5-2

Screw

5. Changing the copy paper size in the tray


Note
The paper size setting cannot be changed when the machine has
stopped temporarily due to running out of paper or a misfeed, or during
interrupt copying.
During printing (even in copy mode), the paper size setting cannot be
changed.
5-1/2" x 8-1/2" size paper can only be selected in upper paper tray.
Do not load paper that is a different size than the paper size setting.
Copying will not be possible.
1) Hold down the [PAPER SIZE ENTER] key for more than 5 seconds to
set the selected paper size.
The currently selected paper feed location indicator will blink and the
corresponding paper size (which is currently set) indicator will light
steadily.
All other indicators will go out.

GINAL

PAPER
SIZE
11X17
8X14
8X11
8X5
8X11
EXTRA

4) Squeeze the lock lever of the front guide and slide the front guide to
match the width of the paper, and move the left guide to the
appropriate slot as marked on the tray.

Left guide

Front guide
The front guide is a slide-type guide. Grasp the locking knob on the
guide and slide the guide to the indicator line of the paper to be loaded.
The left guide is an insert-type guide. Remove it and then insert it at the
indicator line of the paper to be loaded.
When using 11" x 17" sized paper store the left guide in the slot at the
left front of the paper tray.

2) Use the [TRAY SELECT] key to select the paper tray for which you
wish to change the paper size setting.
Each time the [TRAY SELECT] key is pressed, a paper tray will be
indicated with a blinking paper feed location indicator.

6) Press the [START] key and then the [PAPER SIZE ENTER] key.
To change the paper size setting of another tray, repeat steps 2 to 3
after pressing the [START] key.

TRAY
SELECT

START
3) Use the [ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER] key to select the paper size.
The indicator of the selected paper size lights up.

GINAL

PAPER
SIZE
11X17
ORIGINAL SIZE 8X14
ENTER
8X11
8X5
8X11
EXTRA

Note
Affix the paper size label for the paper size selected in step 3 to the label
position on the right end of the tray.

AR-M205 UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION 5-3

[6]ADJUSTMENTS
1.Adjustment item list
Section
A

Process
section

Mechanism
section

Adjustment item
(1)

Adjustment procedure/SIM No.

Developing doctor gap adjustment

Developing doctor gap adjustment

(2)

MG roller main pole position adjustment

MG roller main pole position adjustment

(3)

Developing bias voltage check

(4)

Main charger voltage check

(1)

Image position adjustment

SIM-50

(2)

Main scanning direction (FR direction) distortion balance


adjustment

No. 2/3 mirror base unit installing position adjustment

(3)

Main scanning direction (FR direction) distortion adjustment

Rail height adjustment

(4)

Sub scanning direction (scanning direction) distortion


adjustment

Winding pulley position adjustment

(5)

Main scanning direction (FR direction) magnification ratio


adjustment

SIM 48-1

(6)

Sub scanning direction (scanning direction) magnification ratio OC mode in copying (SIM 48-1)
adjustment
SPF mode in copying (SIM 48-5)

(7)

Off center adjustment

Copy lamp unit installing position adjustment

OC mode (SIM 50-12)


SPF mode (SIM 50-12)

Image density
adjustment

(8)

SPF white correction pixel position adjustment


(required in an SPF model when replacing the lens unit)

SIM63-7

(1)

Copy mode

SIM 46-1

2.Copier adjustment
A.Process section

(2) MG roller main pole position adjustment

(1) Developing doctor gap adjustment

1) Remove and separate the waste toner box and put the developing
unit on a flat surface.
2) Tie a string to a needle or a pin.
3) Hold the string and bring the needle close to the MG roller
horizontally. (Do not use paper clip, which is too heavy to make a
correct adjustment.) (Put the developing unit horizontally for this
adjustment.)
4) Do not bring the needle into contact with the MG roller, but bring it to
a position 2 or 3mm apart from the MG roller. Mark the point on the
MG roller which is on the extension line from the needle tip.
5) Measure the distance from the marking position to the top of the
doctor plate of the developing unit to insure that it is 18mm.
If the distance is not within the specified range, loosen the fixing
screw A of the main pole adjustment plate, and move the adjustment
plate in the arrow direction to adjust.

1) Loosen the developing doctor fixing screw A.


2) Insert a thickness gauge of 1.5mm to the three positions at 20mm
and 130mm from the both ends of the developing doctor as shown.

3) Push the developing doctor in the arrow direction, and tighten


developing doctor fixing screw. (Perform the same procedure for
front and the rear frames.)
4) Check the clearance of the developing doctor. If it is within
specified range, then fix the doctor fixing screw with screw lock.
* When inserting a thickness gauge, be careful not to scratch
developing doctor and the MG roller.

the
the
the
the

<Adjustment specification>

Developing doctor gap


Both ends (20mm from the both ends) : 1.5 +0.1
- 0.15 mm
C (Center) (150mm from the both ends) :1.55 +0.15
- 0.2 mm

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-1

(3)Developing bias voltage check

B.Mechanism section

Note: Use a digital multi-meter with an internal resistance of 10M or


more.

Note: If a jam error or paper empty occurs during copying in the


adjustment by the simulation, the image data are not saved, and
therefore recopying is required.

1) Set the digital multi-meter range to DC700V.


2) Put the test rod of the digital multi-meter on the developing bias
voltage output check pin.
3) Turn on the power, execute SIM25-1.

(1)Image position adjustment


a.OC image lead edge position adjustment (SIM 50-1)
Note: In advance to this adjustment, the sub scanning magnification ratio
adjustment must be performed.
1) Set a scale on the OC table as shown below.

<Specification>
Mode

Specification

Developing bias voltage

DC - 4008V

(4) Grid bias voltage check


Note: Use a digital multi-meter with an internal resistance of 10M or
more.

2) Make a copy.
3) Check the copy output. If necessary, perform the following
adjustment procedures.
4) Execute SIM 50-1.
5) Set the OC lead edge position set value (Exposure display
<<PHOTO>> ON) to [1]
The OC image scanning start position is shifted inside the document
edge.
6) Set the main cassette lead edge void adjustment value (Exposure
display <<TEXT>> ON) * to [1]
The lead edge void becomes the minimum.
7) Set the main cassette print start position value (Exposure display
<<AUTO+MAIN CASSETTE LAMP>> ON) to [1] and make a copy.
The print start position is shifted inside the document edge.

5mm

1) Set the digital multi-meter range to DC700V.


2) Put the test rod of the digital multi-meter on the grid bias voltage
output check pin.
3) Turn on the power.
(The voltage is outputted in the grid bias High output mode during
warming up, and in the grid bias Low output mode when warming up
is completed.)

5
4mm
10

*The dimension varies depending on the model.

8) Measure the image loss R of the copied image. Enter the set value of
the image scanning lead edge position (Exposure display
<<PHOTO>> ON) again.
1 step of the set value corresponds to about 0.1mm shift.
Calculate the set value from the formula below.
R/0.1(mm) = Image loss set value
<R: Image loss measurement value (mm)>

5mm

0mm
5

10

* The scanning edge is set.


(A line may be printed by scanning the document edge.)

<Specification>
Mode

Specification

Grid bias LOW

DC - 4008V

Grid bias HIGH

DC - 52510V

Example:
4/0.1 = 40 = about 40
Note: If the set value is not obtained from the above formula, perform the
fine adjustment.

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-2

9) Measure the distance H between the paper lead edge and the image
print start position. Set the image print start position set value
(Exposure display <<AUTO+MAIN CASSETTE LAMP>> ON) again.
1 step of the set value corresponds to about 0.1mm shift.
Calculate the set value from the formula below.
H/0.1(mm) = Image print start position set value
<H: Print start position measurement value (mm)>

0mm
0mm

<Adjustment specification>
Adjustment
mode

SIM

LED

OC image lead
edge position

SIM
50-1

PHOTO

R/0.1

Lead edge

Main cassette
print start
position

AUTO
+
MAIN

B/0.1

void:
1 - 4mm

2nd cassette
print start
position

AUTO
+
2nd
CASSETTE

Multi bypass
tray print start
position

AUTO
+
MULTI

Lead edge void

TEXT

10

*Fit the print edge with the paper edge, and perform the
lead edge adjustment.

Example:
5/0.1 = 50 = about 50
Note: If the set value is not obtained from the above formula, perform the
fine adjustment.
10) Set the lead edge void adjustment value (Exposure display
<<TEXT>> ON)* again.
1 step of the set value corresponds to about 0.1mm shift.
Calculate the set value from the formula below.
B/0.05 (mm) = Lead edge void adjustment value
<B: Lead edge void (mm)>

OC 2nd print
surface lead
edge position
adjustment
*

SIM
50-19*

PHOTO

Set
value

Spec
value

Set
range
1 ~ 99

Image loss:
3mm or
less

B/0.05
1 step:
0.1mm shift

(Set to S D mode for before execution)

b.SPF image lead edge position adjustment (SIM50-6)


1) Set a scale on the OC table as shown below.

2.5mm
5

2.5mm

10

Note: Since the printed copy is used as a test chart, put the scale in
paralled with the edge lines.
Example:

When setting the lead edge void to 2.5mm


:2.5 /0.05 = about 50
Note: If the set value is not obtained from the above formula, perform the
fine adjustment.
* 2nd cassette lead edge void adjustment: Exposure display <<AUTO
+ TEXT + PHOTO>>
Multi bypass tray lead edge void adjustment: Exposure display
<<TEXT + PHOTO>>

2) Make a copy, Then use the copy output as an original to make an


SPF copy again.
3) Check the copy output. If necessary, perform the following
adjustment procedures.
4) Execute SIM 50-6.
5) Set the SPF lead edge position set value (Exposure display
<<AUTO>> ON) so that the same image is obtained as that obtained
in the previous OC image lead edge position adjustment.

<Duplex mode adjustment>

<Adjustment specification>

OC 2nd print surface (Auto duplex) lead edge position adjustment:


SIM50-19 <<PHOTO>>
* For the adjustment procedure, set to S D mode before execution.
Note: Before performing the 2nd print surface lead edge position
adjustment and the lead edge void adjustment, be sure to perform
the 1st print surface lead edge position adjustment in advance, and
be sure to perform the 2nd print surface lead edge position
adjustment and then the lead edge void adjustment in this
sequence.

Adjustment mode
SPF image lead
edge position
(1st print surface)
(2nd print surface)

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-3

SIM
SIM
50-6

LED
AUTO

Set value

Spec value

1 step:
Lead edge
0.1mm shift void:
1 - 4mm

TEXT
Image loss:
3mm or
less

Set
range
1 ~ 99

c.Rear edge void adjustment (SIM50-1, SIM50-19)

<Duplex mode adjustment>

1) Set a scale as shown in the figure below.

A4(8.5" x 11")

2nd print surface (auto duplex) off-center adjustment:


SIM50-10<<TEXT+MAIN CASSETTE>>

<Adjustment specification>

Paper rear edge

Mode

SIM

Paper off
center

SIM
50-10

2nd print
surface offcenter

SIM
50-10

2) Set the document size to A4 (8.5" x 11"), and make a copy at 100%.
3) If necessary, perform the following adjustment procedure.
Void amount (Standard value: 4mm or less)

4) Execute SIM 50-1 and set the density mode to AUTO + TEXT +
PHOTO (Rear edge void).The currently set adjustment value is
displayed.
5) Enter the set value and press the start key. The correction value is
stored and a copy is made.
<Duplex mode adjustment>

1st print surface (auto duplex) rear edge void adjustment:


SIM50-19 <<AUTO>>
2nd print surface (auto duplex) rear edge void adjustment:
SIM50-19<<TEXT>>
Set to S D mode before execution.

LED

Rear edge void

SIM
50-1

AUTO
+
TEXT
+
PHOTO

1st print
surface rear
edge void

SIM
50-19*

AUTO

2nd print
surface rear
edge void

SIM
50-19*

TEXT

Duplex:
Center
2.5mm

<Adjustment specification>
ode

SIM

Set value

Specification

1 step:
4mm or
0.1mm shift less

Set
range
1 ~ 99

SIM
26-43

LED

Set value

Specification

Set
range

1 step:
0.5 ~ 4mm 1 ~ 99
AUTO
0.5mm shift
(right
edge)
+
TEXT
(left edge)

The void adjustment values on the right and the left must be the
same.

(2) Main scanning direction(FR direction) distortion balance


adjustment
1) Remove the OC glass and the right cabinet.

(1)
(1)

(2)

(3)
(4)

1 ~ 99

1) Set a test chart (UKOG-0089CSZZ) on the document table.


2) Select a paper feed port and make two copies. Compare the 2nd
copy and the test chart. If necessary, perform the following
adjustment procedure.
* The 1st copy does not show the void. Be sure to check the 2nd copy.
3) Execute SIM 26-43 and set the density mode to AUTO(right edge
void) + TEXT (Left edge void).
The currently set adjustment value is displayed.
4) Enter the set value and press the start key. The correction value is
stored.

Left edge void

SIM

Single:
Center
2.0mm

Set
range

CASSETTE

Note: Before performing the 2nd print surface rear edge void adjustment,
be sure to perform the 2nd print surface lead edge position
adjustment. Never reverse the sequence.
<Adjustment specification>
Mode

AUTO Add 1:
+
0.1mm shift
Selected to R side.
tray ON
Reduce 1:
TEXT
0.1mm shift
+
to L side.
MAIN

Specification

Note: Before performing this adjustment, be sure to check that the paper
off center adjustment (SIM 50-10) is completed.
Paper rear edge

Set value

e.Side edge void area adjustment (SIM26-43)

Scale image

LED

Set to S D mode before execution

(3)

d. Paper off center adjustment (SIM50-10)


1) Set a test chart (UKOG-0089CSZZ) on the document table.
2) Select a paper feed port and make a copy. Compare the copy and
the test chart. If necessary, perform the following adjustment
procedure.
3) Execute SIM 50-10. After completion of warm-up, shading is
performed and the currently set off center adjustment value of each
paper feed port is displayed.
4) Enter the set value and press the start key. The correction value is
stored and a copy is made.
AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-4

4) Loosen the set screw of the scanner drive pulley which is not in
contact with No. 2/3 mirror base unit positioning plate.
5) Without moving the scanner drive pulley shaft, manually turn the
scanner drive pulley until the positioning plate is brought into contact
with No. 2/3 mirror base unit, then fix the scanner drive pulley.

2) Loosen the copy lamp unit wire fixing screw.

Wire fixing screw

3) Manually turn the mirror base drive pulley and bring No. 2/3 mirror
base unit into contact with the positioning plate. At that time, if the
front frame side and the rear frame side of No. 2/3 mirror base unit
are brought into contact with the positioning plate at the same time,
the mirror base unit parallelism is proper. If one of them is in contact
with the positioning plate, perform the adjustment of 4).

6) Put No. 2/3 mirror base unit on the positioning plate again, push the
projections on the front frame side and the rear frame side of the
copy lamp unit to the corner frame, and tighten the wire fixing screw.

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-5

(3)Main scanning direction (FR direction) distortion


adjustment

4) Loosen the mirror base drive pulley fixing screw on the front frame
side or on the rear frame side.

This adjustment must be performed in the following cases:


When the mirror base drive wire is replaced.
When the lamp unit, or No. 2/3 mirror holder is replaced.
When a copy as shown is made.

When La < Lb
Turn the mirror base drive pulley on the front frame side in the
arrow direction A.
(Do not move the mirror base drive pulley shaft.)

When La > Lb
Turn the mirror base drive pulley on the front frame side in the
arrow direction A.
(Do not move the mirror base drive pulley shaft.)

Lb

La

Rear side

Paper exit
direction

Copy

Original

1) Set A3 (11" x 17") white paper on the original table as shown below.

Front side

Allow a little space.

5)Tighten the mirror base drive pulley fixing screw.


<Adjustment specification>
La = Lb

Glass holding plate

A3 (11" x 17") white paper


Fit the paper edge and
the glass holding plate edge.

2) Open the original cover and make a normal (100%) copy.


3) Measure the width of the black background at the lead edge and at
the rear edge.

6) Execute the main scanning direction (FR) distartion balance


adjustment previously described in 2) again.

(4) Sub scanning direction (scanning direction) distortion


adjustment
When there is no skew copy in the mirror base scanning direction and
there is no horizontal error (right angle to the scanning direction), the
adjustment can be made by adjusting the No. 2/3 mirror base unit rail
height.
Before performing this adjustment, be sure to perform the horizontal
image distortion adjustment in the laser scanner section.
This adjustment must be performed in the following cases:
When the mirror base wire is replaced.
When the copy lamp unit or No. 2/3 mirror unit is replaced.
When the mirror unit rail is replaced or moved.
When a following copy is made.

Paper exit direction


La: Lead edge black background width
Lb: Rear edge black background width

Original

If the width (La) of the black background at the lead edge is equal that
(Lb) at the rear edge, there is no need to execute the following
procedures of 4) ~ 7).

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-6

Copy A

Copy B

1) Making of a test sheet


Make test sheet by drawing parallel lines at 10mm from the both
ends of A3 (11" x 17") white paper as shown below. (These lines
must be correctly parallel to each other.)

When La < Lb
Shift the mirror base B rail downward by the half of the
difference of Lb - La.
Example: When La = 12mm and Lb = 9mm, shift the mirror
base B rail upward by 1.5mm.

Parallel line

Parallel line
10mm

When La > Lb
Shift the mirror base B rail upward by the half of the
difference of La - Lb.

10mm

When Lc > Ld
Shift the mirror base B rail downward by the half of the
difference of Lc - Ld.
10mm

When Lc < Ld
Shift the mirror base B rail downward by the half of the
difference of Ld - Lc.

10mm

White paper

2) Make a normal (100%) copy of the test sheet on A3 (11" x 17")


paper. (Fit the paper edge with the glass holding plate edge.)
3) Measure the distances (La, Lb, Lc, Ld) at the four corners as shown
below.

When moving the mirror base rail, hold the mirror base rail
with your hand.

<Adjustment specification>
La = Lb, Lc = Ld

La

Lc

5) After completion of adjustment, manually turn the mirror base drive


pulley, scan the mirror base A and mirror base B fully, and check that
the mirror bases are not in contact with each other.
* If the mirror base rail is moved extremely, the mirror base may be in
contact with the frame or the original glass. Be careful to avoid this.

Paper exit
direction

(5) Main scanning direction (FR direction) magnification


ratio adjustment (SIM 48-1)
Lb

Ld

When La = Lb and Lc = Ld, no need to perform the procedures 4) and 5).

Note: Before performing this adjustment, be sure to check that the CCD
unit is properly installed.
1) Put a scale on the original table as shown below.

4) Move the mirror base F rail position up and down (in the arrow
direction) to adjust.

2) Execute SIM 48-1.


3) After warm-up, shading is performed and the current set value of the
main scanning direction magnification ratio is displayed on the
display section in 2 digits.
4) Select the mode and press the start key again.
5) Manual correction mode (TEXT lamp ON)
Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.

Note: If the rear side rail is used for the adjustment, the scanning position
of the white balance sheet is shifted and "E7-04" may occur only
when scanning with the SPF. Therefore it is advisable to use the
front side rail for the adjustment.

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-7

<Adjustment specification>
Note: A judgment must be made with 200mm width, and must not be
made with 100mm width.
Mode
Main scanning
direction
magnification
ratio

Specification
At normal:
1.0%

SIM

Set value

SIM 48-1 Add 1:0.1%


increase
Reduce 1:
0.1%
decrease

Set range
1 ~ 99

(6) Sub scanning direction (scanning direction)


magnification ratio adjustment (SIM 48-1, SIM 48-5)
a. OC mode in copying (SIM48-1)
Note: Before performing this adjustment, be sure to check that the CCD
unit is properly installed.
1) Put a scale on the original table as shown below, and make a normal
(100%) copy.
2) Compare the scale image and the actual image. If necessary,
perform the following adjustment procedures.
3) Execute SIM 48-1.<<PHOTO>>
4) After warm-up, shading is performed and the current set value of the
main scanning direction magnification ratio is displayed on the
display section in 2 digits.
5) When the photo lamp is lighted by pressing the density selection key,
the current magnification ratio correction value in the sub scanning
direction is displayed in lower 2 digits of the display section.
6) Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.

Mode

Specification
Normal
1.0%

<Adjustment specification>
Mode
Sub scanning
direction
magnification
ratio
(SPF mode)

Specification
Normal
1.0%

SIM

Set value

Set range

SIM 48-5

Add 1:0.1%
increase
Reduce 1:
0.1%
decrease

1 ~ 99

(7) Off center adjustment (SIM 50-12)


a. OC mode (SIM50-12)

<Adjustment specification>
Sub scanning
direction
magnification
ratio
(OC mode)

Note: Since the printed copy is used as a test chart, put the scale in
parallel with the edge lines.
2) Set the test chart on the SPF and make a normal (100%) copy.
3) Compare the scale image and the actual image. If necessary,
perform the following adjustment procedures.
4) Execute SIM 48-5.
5) After warm-up, shading is performed.
The auto density lamp lights up and the current front surface sub
scanning direction magnification ratio correction value is displayed in
two digits on the display section.
6) Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.
7) Change the mode from the duplex original mode to the simplex
original mode.
"MANUAL" lamp lights up and the current back surface sub scanning
direction magnification ratio is displayed in two digits on the display
section.
8) Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.

SIM

Set value

SIM 48-1 Add 1:0.1%


(PHOTO) increase
Reduce 1:
0.1%
decrease

Set range
1 ~ 99

1) Make a test chart as shown below and set it so that its center line is
fit with the original guide center mark.
* To make a test chart, draw a line on A3 or 11" x 17" paper at the
center in the paper transport direction.
Original guide

b. RSPF sub scanning direction magnification ratio (SIM48-5)


Note:
Before performing this adjustment, be sure to check that the CCD unit is
properly installed.
Before performing this adjustment, the OC mode adjustment in copying
must be completed.
1) Put a scale on the original table as shown below, and make a normal
(100%) copy to make a test chart.

Center
Copy paper
(A3 or 17" x 11")

2) Make a normal copy from the manual paper feed tray, and compare
the copy and the test chart.
If necessary, perform the following adjustment procedures.
3) Execute SIM 50-12.
4) After warm-up, shading is performed and the current set value of the
off center adjustment is displayed on the display section in 2 digits.
5) Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.
<Adjustment specification>
Mode
Original off
center mode
(OC mode)

AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-8

Specification

SIM

Set value

Single:
SIM 50-12 Add 1:
Center 2.0mm (AE lamp 0.1mm shift
ON)
to R side
Reduce 1:
0.1mm shift
to L side

Set range
1 ~ 99

b. SPF original off-center adjustment (SIM50-12)

C.Image density adjustment

Note: Before performing this adjustment, be sure to check that the paper
off center is properly adjusted.
1) Make a test chart for the center position adjustment and set it on the
SPF.
<Adjustment specification>

(1)Copy mode (SIM 46-1)

Draw a line on a paper in the scanning direction.


2) Make a normal copy from the manual paper feed tray, and compare
the copy and the original test chart.
If necessary, perform the following adjustment procedures.
3) Execute SIM 50-12.
4) After warm-up, shading is performed and the current set value of the
off center adjustment at each paper feed port is displayed on the
display section in 2 digits.
5) Enter the set value and press the start key.
The set value is stored and a copy is made.
<Adjustment specification>
Mode
Original off
center
mode
(SPF mode)

Specification

SIM

Set value

Set
range

Single:
SIM Add 1:
1 ~ 99
Center 3.0mm(TEXT lamp) 50-12 0.1mm shift
to R side
Duplex:
Reduce 1:
Center 3.5mm(PHOTO lamp)
0.1mm shift
to L side

(8) SPF white correction pixel position adjustment(SIM63-7)


(required in an SPF model when replacing the lens unit)
1) Fully open the SPF.
2) Execute SIM 63-7.
3) When the operation panel displays "COMPLETE,"the adjustment is
completed.
4) If the operation panel displays "ERROR,"perform the following
measures.
When the display is 0:
Check that the SPF is open.
Check that the lamp is ON.(If the lamp is OFF,check the MCU connector.)
Check that the CCD harness is properly inserted into the MCU
connector.
When the display is 281 or above:
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the dark box.
3) Slide the lens unit toward the front side and attach it,then execute
SIM.
When the display is 143 or below:
1) Remove the table glass.
2) Remove the dark box.
3) Slide the lens unit toward the rear side and attach it,then execute
SIM.

1)Set a test chart (UKOG-0162FCZZ) on the OC table as shown below.

2) Put several sheets of A3 or 11" x 17" white paper on the test chart.
3) Execute SIM 46-1.
4) After warm-up, shading is performed and the current set value of the
density level is displayed on the display section in 2 digits.
For mode selection, use the density select key.
5) Change the set value with the 10-key to adjust the copy image
density.
6) Make a copy and check that the specification below is satisfied.
<Adjustment specification>
Density Display Exposure Sharp Gray
mode
lamp
level
Chart output
Auto

Auto

Text

Text

Photo

Photo

Toner
save

Text/
Photo

Toner
save

Auto/
Photo

When the lens unit is moved,execute the OC main scanning


magnification ratio auto adjustment,SIM 48-1-1,IM48-3 and the PF
original off-center adjustment.
This adjustment is basically O.K.with IM 63-7.
AR-M205 ADJUSTMENT 6-9

Set value

"2" is slightly The greater the


copied.
set value is the
"3" is slightly greater the
density is The
copied.
smaller the set
"2" is slightly
value is the
copied.
smaller the
"3" is slightly density is.
copied
"2" is slightly
copied

Set
range
1 ~ 99

[7] SIMULATIONS

3. List of simulations
Main
code

Sub
code

Perform the following procedure to enter the simulation mode.


"#" key
Interrupt key
"C" key
Interrupt key
Main code
Start key
Sub code
Start key

01

01

Mirror scanning operation

02

Mirror home position sensor (MHPS) status display

2. Canceling the simulation mode

02

1. Entering the simulation mode

When the clear all key is pressed, the simulation mode is cancelled.
When the interruption key is pressed, the process is interrupted and the
screen returns to the sub code entering display.
* After canceling the simulation mode, be sure to turn OFF/ON the
power and check the operation.
Note: If the machine is terminated by a jam error or paper empty during
copying in the adjustment by the simulation, recopying is required.

03

05

06

07

08

09

Contents

06

Mirror scanning operation aging

01

Single paper feeder (SPF) aging

02

SPF sensor status display

03

SPF motor operation check

08

SPG paper feed solenoid operation check

09

RSPF reverse solenoid operation check

10

RSPF paper exit gate solenoid operation check

11

SPF PS release solenoid operation check

02

Shifter sensors status display

03

Shifter operation check

11

Shifter home position check

01

Operation panel display check

02

Fusing lamp and cooling fan operation check

03

Copy lamp lighting check

01

Paper feed solenoid operation check

02

Resist roller solenoid operation check

10

Main cassette semicircular roller cleaning

01

Warm-up display and aging with jam

06

Intermittent aging

08

Shifting with warm-up display

01

Developing bias output

02

Main charger output (Grid = HIGH)

03

Main charger output (Grid = LOW)

06

Transfer charger output

01

Duplex motor forward rotation check

02

Duplex motor reverse rotation check

04

Duplex motor RPM adjustment

05

Duplex motor switchback time adjustment

10

Toner motor operation

14

Trouble cancel (except for U2)

16

20

01

Maintenance counter clear

21

01

Maintenance cycle setting

22

U2 trouble cancel

02

Mini maintenance cycle setting

01

Maintenance counter display

02

Maintenance preset display

03

Jam memory display

04

Jam total counter display

05

Total counter display

06

Developing counter display

07

Mini maintenance preset display

08

SPF counter display

09

Paper feed counter display

12

Drum counter display

13

CRUM type display

14

P-ROM version display

15

Trouble memory display

16

Duplex print counter display

17

Copy counter display

18

Printer counter display

19

Scanner mode counter display

21

Scanner counter display

22

SPF jam counter display

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-1

Main
code

Sub
code

50

01

Image lead edge adjustment

06

Copy lead edge position adjustment (SPF/RSPF)

Main
code

Sub
code

24

01

Jam total counter clear

02

Trouble memory clear

04

SPF counter clear

10

Paper off-center adjustment

05

Duplex print counter clear

12

Document off-center adjustment

06

Paper feed counter clear

18

Memory reverse position adjustment in duplex copy

07

Drum counter clear

19

Rear edge void adjustment in duplex copy

08

Copy counter clear

51

02

Resist amount adjustment

09

Printer counter clear

53

08

SPF scanning position automatic adjustment

13

Scanner counter clear

61

03

HSYNC output check

14

SPF jam total counter clear

63

01

Shading check

15

Scanner mode counter clear

07

SPF automatic correction

01

Main motor operation check

01

Self print

10

Polygon motor operation check

02

Size setting

03

Auditor setting

04

Copier duplex setting

25
26

Contents

05

Count mode setting

06

Destination setting

07

Machine condition check (CPM)

18

Toner save mode setting

30

CE mark conformity control ON/OFF

31

Auditor mode exclusive setup

36

Cancel of stop at maintenance life over

37

Cancel of stop at developer life over

38

Cancel of stop at drum life over

39

Memory capacity check

42

Transfer ON/OFF timing control setting

64

43

Side void amount setting

51

Copy temporary stop function setting

30

01

Paper sensor status display

42

01

Developing counter clear

43

01

Fusing temperature setting

10

Postcard paper feed cycle setting

11

Postcard size paper fusing temperature setting

12

Standby mode fusing fan rotation setting

13

Fusing paper interval control allow/inhibit setting

44

34

Transfer current setting

40

Setting of rotation time before toner supply

46

01

Copy density adjustment (300dpi)

02

Copy density adjustment (600dpi)

09

Copy exposure level adjustment, individual setting


(Text) 300dpi

10

Copy exposure level adjustment, individual setting


(Text) 600dpi

11

Copy exposure level adjustment, individual setting


(Photo) 600dpi

48

49

18

Image contrast adjustment (300dpi)

19

Exposure mode setting


(Gamma table setting/AE operation mode setting/
Photo image process setting)

20

SPF exposure correction

29

Image contrast adjustment (600dpi)

30

AE limit setting

31

Image sharpness adjustment

01

Main scanning magnification ratio adjustment

05

SPF/RSPF mode sub scanning magnification ratio


adjustment in copying

01

Flash ROM program writing mode

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-2

Contents

4. Contents of simulations
Main Sub
code code
01

02

Contents

Details of operation

01

Mirror scanning operation

When the [START] key is pressed, the home position is checked in the first place, and the mirror
base performs A3 full scanning once at the set magnification ratio speed. During this scanning, the
set magnification ratio is displayed. The mirror home position sensor status is displayed with the
photoconductor cartridge replacement lamp.
(The lamp lights up when the mirror is in the home position.)
During scanning, the copy lamp lights up.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the operation is interrupted to go to the sub code input standby
mode.

02

Mirror home position sensor


(MHPS) status display

Used to monitor the mirror home position sensor. When the sensor is ON, the photoconductor
cartridge replacement lamp is lighted. During that time, the display section displays the sub code.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
(When the CA key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.)

06

Mirror scanning operation aging

When the [START] key is pressed, the mirror base performs A3 full scanning at the set magnification
ratio speed. During scanning, the set magnification ratio is displayed. After 3 seconds, the mirror
base performs full scanning again. During scanning, the set magnification ratio is displayed.
* When the [START] key is pressed again, the ready lamp turns and remains off.
The photoconductor cartridge replacement lamp displays the status of the mirror home position
sensor. (The lamp lights up when the mirror is in the home position.)
During aging, the copy lamp lights up. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the operation is
interrupted if operating, and the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

01

Single paper feeder (SPF) aging

When the [START] key is pressed, the set magnification ratio is acquired and document transport
operation of single surface is performed in the case of SPF or document transport operation of
duplex surfaces is performed in the case of RSPF. Since, however, there is no limited condition for
this operation, it does not stop even at a paper jam. During operation, the LED on the display section
corresponding to the selected magnification ratio lights up, and the magnification ratio is displayed
on the 7-seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed at that time, the machine goes to the sub
code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.
<Conditions for executing this simulation>
Set paper on the SPF and fix it with tape. If paper is not fixed, the operations cannot be guaranteed.

02

SPF sensor status display

(In order to receive the sensor change notification, the load must be decreased.)
The sensor status (ON/OFF) in the SPF can be checked with the following lamps.
When a sensor detects paper, it turns on. The open/close detection sensor turns on when the
machine is opened.
Display lamp
Developing cartridge replacement lamp
Copier jam lamp
Photoconductor cartridge replacement lamp
Paper empty lamp
SPF jam lamp
Manual paper feed lamp
Tray jam lamp
AE lamp
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp

Sensor
SPF document set sensor
SPF document transport sensor
SPF unit (OC cover) open/close sensor
SPF paper exit sensor
SPF paper feed cover open/close sensor
SPF paper length sensor 1
SPF paper length sensor 2
SPF paper feed width sensor (small)
SPF paper feed width sensor (middle)
SPF paper feed width sensor (large)

When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.
03

SPF motor operation check

When the [START] key is pressed, the motor rotates for 10 sec at the speed corresponding to the set
magnification ratio. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine stops operation and goes to the
sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

08

SPG paper feed solenoid


operation check

The SPF paper feed solenoid (PSOL) is turned ON for 500msec and OFF for 500msec.
This operation is repeated 20 times.
After completion of the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input
standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

09

RSPF reverse solenoid operation


check

The RSPF reverse solenoid (PSOL) is turned ON for 500msec and OFF for 500msec.
This operation is repeated 20 times.
After completion of the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input
standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

10

RSPF paper exit gate solenoid


operation check

The RSPF paper exit gate solenoid (GSOL) is turned ON for 500msec and OFF for 500msec.
This operation is repeated 20 times.
After completion of the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input
standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-3

Main Sub
code code

Contents

Details of operation

02

11

SPF PS release solenoid operation The SPF PS release solenoid (CLH) is turned ON for 500msec and OFF for 500msec. This operation
check
is repeated 20 times.
After completion of the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode. When the
[Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

03

02

Shifter sensors status display

The shifter HP sensor is monitored. When the sensor is ON, the [Copier position jam lamp] is lighted.
During this operation, the display section displays the sub code. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed,
the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation
is terminated.

03

Shifter operation check

The shifter is reciprocated 4 times. During the process, the display section displays the sub code.
After completion of the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode. When the
[Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated. To stop the shifter, however, stop is in
the home position.

11

Shifter home position check

The shifter is moved in one direction by the specified steps. The 7-seg LED displays the sub code.
While the shifter is moving, the shifter HP sensor is monitored. While the sensor is ON, the machine
position jam lamp is lighted.
3 key:
Step toward the front
4 key:
Step toward the rear
5 key:
Initial
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed during the process, the machine goes to the sub code input
standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

01

Operation panel display check

<<LED check mode (ALL ON/Individual ON)>>


When the [START] key is pressed in the sub code input mode, all the LED's (including the 7-seg
lamps) are turned ON. After 5 sec of all ON, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Mode select] key is pressed during all ON, the lighting mode is shifted to the individual ON
mode, where the LED's are individually lighted from the left top, to the left bottom, to the next line top,
to the bottom, and so on. (For the 7-seg lamps, the 3-digit lamps are lighted at once.)
After completion of lighting of all the lamps, the mode is shifted to the all ON mode.
After 5 sec of all ON mode, the machine goes to the sub code input standby mode.
Individual ON mode cycle:
300ms for ON
20ms for OFF

05

When the [Interrupt] key is pressed in the LCD check mode, the machine goes back to the sub code
input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.
When the [START] key is pressed with all the lamps ON, the machine goes back to the key input
check mode.
<< Key input check mode>>
When the machine goes into the key input check mode, [- - -] is displayed on the copy quantity
display. Every time when a key on the operation panel is pressed, the input value is added on the
copy quantity display.
[- - -]
[ 1]
[ 2]
.
When a key is pressed once, it is not counted again.
When the [START] key is pressed, the input number is added and displayed for 3 sec, and the
machine goes into the LED lighting check mode (LED all ON state). When the [Interrupt] key is
pressed for the first time, it is counted. When the key is pressed for the second time, the machine
goes into the sub code input mode. When the [CA] key is pressed for the first time, it is counted.
When the key is pressed for the second time, the simulation is terminated. (Note for the key input
check mode).
Press the [START] key at the end. (When the key is pressed during the process, the machine goes
into the LED lighting check mode (all ON state).).
When two or more keys are pressed simultaneously, they are ignored.
02

Fusing lamp and cooling fan


operation check

When the [START] key is pressed, the fusing lamp turns ON for 500ms and OFF for 500ms.
The operation is repeated 5 times. During this process, the cooling fan motor rotates.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

03

Copy lamp lighting check

When the [START] key is pressed, the copy lamp lights up for 5 sec. After completion of lighting, the
machine goes into the sub code input mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the process is interrupted and the machine goes into the sub
code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-4

Main Sub
code code
06

01

Contents
Paper feed solenoid operation
check

Details of operation
When this simulation is executed, the sub code is displayed on the 7-seg LED and the lamp
corresponding to the solenoid lights up.
Select a solenoid with the tray select key (the lamp corresponding to the solenoid lights up) and
press the [START] key, and the machine repeats operation of ON for 500ms and OFF for 500ms.
This operation is repeated 20 times.
After that, the machine goes into the sub code entry standby mode.
Display lamp
Main cassette lamp
2nd cassette lamp
3rd cassette lamp
4th cassette lamp
Manual paper feed lamp
2nd cassette jam lamp
Machine jam lamp & 2nd cassette jam lamp
*

07

08

Solenoid
Main cassette paper feed solenoid
* 2nd cassette paper feed solenoid
* 3rd cassette paper feed solenoid
* 4th cassette paper feed solenoid
Manual paper feed solenoid
* 2nd cassette paper transport solenoid
* 3rd cassette transport solenoid

Supported for the installed models only. Skipped for the models without installation.

02

Resist roller solenoid operation


check

When the [START] key is pressed in the sub code input state, the resist solenoid (RRS) turns ON for
500ms and OFF for 500ms. This operation is repeated 20 times.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

10

Main cassette semicircular roller


cleaning

The main motor is rotated to rotate the semicircular roller of the main cassette one turn to face the
semicircular roller down. (Remove the developing layer when performing this operation.)
During this process, the sub code is displayed on the display section.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

01

Warm-up display and aging with


jam

Copying is repeated to make the set copy quantity. When this simulation is executed, warm-up is
started and warm-up time is counted up every second from 0 and displayed. After completion of
warm-up, warm-up time count is stopped. When the [CA] key is pressed, the ready lamp lights up.
After that, when the copy quantity is inputted with keys and the [START] key is pressed, copying is
repeated to make the set copy quantity. (Intermittent 0 sec)This simulation is canceled by turning off
the power or performing a simulation that executes hardware reset.

06

Intermittent aging

Copying is repeated to make the set copy quantity. When this simulation is performed, warm-up is
performed and the ready lamp is lighted. Enter the copy quantity with the key and press the [START]
key, and copying is repeated to make the set copy quantity, the ready state remains for 3 sec, and
copying is repeated again to make the set copy quantity. These operations are repeated.
This simulation is canceled by turning off the power or performing a simulation that executes
hardware reset.

08

Shifting with warm-up display


When the simulation code is entered, warm-up is started and warm-up time is counted up every
(Shifting similar to pressing the CA second from 0 and displayed. When the [CA] key is pressed during counting up, the display section
key)
displays "0" and count-up process stops. However, warm-up is continued.
After completion of warm-up, counting is stopped. Press the [CA] key to terminate the simulation
mode. (This simulation is similar to SIM07-01, but without the aging function.)

01

Developing bias output

02

Main charger output (Grid = HIGH) When the [START] key is pressed, the main charger output is supplied for 30 sec in the grid voltage
HIGH mode. After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode.

03

Main charger output (Grid = LOW) When the [START] key is pressed, the main charger output is supplied for 30 sec in the grid voltage
LOW mode. After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode.

06

Transfer charger output

When the [START] key is pressed, the developing bias signal is turned ON for 30 sec.
However, to calculate the actual output value is calculated, execute SIM25-01.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

Select an output mode with the [Mode select] key and press the [START] key. The transfer charger
output is delivered for 30 sec in the selected mode.
After 30 sec of transfer charger output, the machine goes into the sub code entry standby mode.
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE & TEXT & PHOTO mode lamp
Small size is Letter R (A4R) or smaller.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-5

Output mode
Normal size width: Front surface
Normal size width: Back surface
Small size width: Front surface
Small size width: Back surface
Manual paper feed mode

Main Sub
code code
09

Contents

Details of operation

01

Duplex motor forward rotation


check

The duplex motor is driven in forward direction (in the paper exit direction) for 30 sec.
During the process, the display section displays the sub code.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

02

Duplex motor reverse rotation


check

The duplex motor is driven in reverse direction for 30 sec.


During the process, the display section displays the sub code.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

04

Duplex motor RPM adjustment

When any key input is made, it is displayed on the display section.


When the [START] key is pressed, the set code data are acquired and stored in the EEPROM, and
the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When, however, the [START] key is pressed outside the set range, it is not assured.
Set range: 1 - 13
Default: 4
At that time, when the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the data are not rewritten and the machine goes into
the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated without rewriting the data.

05

Duplex motor switchback time


adjustment

When any key input is made, it is displayed on the display section. When the [START] key is pressed,
the set code data are acquired and stored in the EEPROM, and the machine goes into the sub code
input standby mode.
Set range: 50 ~ 76
(Change quantity 1

Default: 50
1-2 phase 3 steps)

At that time, when the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the data are not rewritten and the machine goes into
the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated without rewriting the data.
10

Toner motor operation

When the [START] key is pressed, the toner motor is driven for 30 sec.
After completion of the process, the machine goes into the main code input standby mode.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the main code input standby mode.

14

Trouble cancel (except for U2)

Trouble to write into the EEPROM such as H trouble is canceled and hardware reset is
performed.
U2 trouble is canceled and hardware reset is performed.

16

U2 trouble cancel

20

01

Maintenance counter clear

When the [Start] key is pressed, the maintenance count value is cleared and "000000" is displayed.
(Alternate display of "000" and "000")

21

01

Maintenance cycle setting

The current set maintenance cycle code is displayed (initial display), and the set data are stored.
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5

22

Setting
5,000 sheets
7,500 sheets
10,000 sheets
25,000 sheets
50,000 sheets
* Default
Free (999,999 sheets)

02

Mini maintenance cycle setting


The current set maintenance cycle code is displayed (initial display), and the set data are stored.
(Valid only when the destination is
Code
Setting
set to Japan AB series.)
0
5,000 sheets
* Default
1
10,000 sheets
2
Free (999,999 sheets)

01

Maintenance counter display

02

Maintenance preset display (Valid The copy quantity corresponding to the code that is set with SIM21-01 is displayed.
only when the destination is set to (For example: 50,000 sheets)
EX Japan)

03

Jam memory display

The LED of the latest jam position is lighted. Every time when the magnification ratio display key is
pressed, the jam memory data is acquired sequentially from the latest. The jam position is judged by
the acquired data and the corresponding LED is lighted. The 7-seg display indicates the jam number.
At that time, "A" is displayed on the upper first digit. When the last one is displayed, the latest one will
be displayed again. Max. 30 jams from the latest are stored. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the
machine goes into the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is
terminated.

04

Jam total counter display

The jam total counter value is displayed.

05

Total counter display

The total counter value is displayed.

06

Developing counter display

The developing counter data is acquired and displayed on the 7-seg display.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

The maintenance counter value is displayed.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-6

Main Sub
code code
22

Contents

Details of operation

07

Mini maintenance preset display


The mini maintenance cycle data is acquired and displayed on the 7-seg display.
(Valid only when the destination is When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
set to Japan AB series)
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

08

SPF counter display

The SPF counter value is displayed.

09

Paper feed counter display

The counter value of the selected paper feed section is acquired from each variable, the data is
displayed on the 7-seg display according to the regulations. When this simulation is executed, the
value of the first cassette is displayed first. Press the tray select key to select the paper feed tray.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

12

Drum counter display

The drum counter and the drum rotating time are displayed.
To change the display mode, press the [Mode select] key.
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp

13

CRUM destination display

When this simulation is executed, the CRUM destination set (written) in the CRUM chip is displayed.
This simulation is valid only for the models where the CRUM is valid.
7-seg display
00
01
02
03

14

24

P-ROM version display

Display mode
Drum counter
Drum rotating time

Meaning (CRUM destination)

7-seg display

Not set yet


BTA-A
BTA-B
BTA-C

04
99
12

Meaning (CRUM destination)


BTA-E
Conversion
AL series

The P-ROM version is displayed on the copy quantity display. The main code and the sub code are
alternatively displayed by 2 digits. The display interval is same as that of the counter display.
By pressing the fixed magnification ratio key, each version display is switched.
Display lamp (AB series)

Display lamp (Inch series)

141%
115%

141%
121%

Displayed version
Machine program
IMC program

15

Trouble memory display

The trouble codes up to the latest one are acquired from the trouble memory data.
Every time when the magnification ratio display is pressed, the main code of the trouble is displayed
on the 1st ~ 2nd digit.
* The latest 20 troubles are stored in the memory.
The 3rd digit indicates the trouble history code, "A" ~ "J" (meaning of 1 ~ 10).
After "J" is displayed, "A" ~ "J" blinks. (Meaning of 11 ~ 20)
After "J" blinks (meaning of 20), "A" ~ "J" is lighted. (Returns to 1.)
When the [START] key is pressed, the sub code is displayed.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.
* Note that when the history code blinks, the trouble code and the sub code do not blink.

16

Duplex print counter display

Data is acquired from the duplex print counter variable, and is displayed.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

17

Copy counter display

The copy counter value is displayed. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the
sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

18

Printer counter display

The printer counter value is displayed. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the
sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

19

Scanner mode counter display

The scanner mode counter value is displayed. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes
into the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

21

Scanner counter display

The scanner counter value is displayed. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into
the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

22

SPF jam counter display

The SPF jam counter value is displayed. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into
the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

01

Jam total counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the jam total count value is reset to zero, and zero is displayed.

02

Trouble memory clear

The trouble memory and the EEPROM trouble history data are cleared and "000" is displayed on the
7-seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

04

SPF counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the SPF count value is reset to zero and displayed on the 7-seg
display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

05

Duplex print counter clear

The duplex print count data is cleared, and zero is displayed on the 7-seg display.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

06

Paper feed counter clear

The paper feed counter data of each paper feed section is cleared, and "000" is displayed on the 7seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-7

Main Sub
code code
24

25

26

Contents

Details of operation

07

Drum counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the drum count and the drum roasting time are reset to zero, and
the drum counter value is displayed on the 7-seg LED. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the
machine goes into the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is
terminated.

08

Copy counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the copy count value is reset to zero and displayed on the 7-seg
display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

09

Printer counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the printer count value is reset to zero and displayed on the 7-seg
display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

13

Scanner counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the scanner count value is reset to zero and displayed on the 7seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

14

SPF jam total counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the SPF jam total count value is reset to zero and displayed on the
7-seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

15

Scanner mode counter clear

When the [START] key is pressed, the scanner mode count value is reset to zero and displayed on
the 7-seg display. When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the machine goes into the sub code input
standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation is terminated.

01

Main motor operation check


When the [START] key is pressed, the main motor (together with the duplex motor for the duplex
(Cooling fan motor rotation check) model) is driven for 30 sec. At that time, to save toner consumption, if the developing until is installed,
the developing bias, the main charger, and the grid are outputted. Since, in that case, laser discharge
is required when the motor stops, the polygon motor is driven simultaneously. Check if the
developing unit is installed or not. If it is not installed, the above high voltage is not outputted and only
the motor is rotated. After completion of 30 sec operation, the machine goes into the sub code input
standby mode.
* This simulation must not be executed by forcibly turning on the door open/close switch.

10

Polygon motor operation check

When the [START] key is pressed, the polygon motor is rotated for 30 sec. After completion of 30 sec
operation, the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

02

Size setting

Used to set Enable/Disable of the FC (8.5" x 13") size detection.


Code number
0
1

Setting
FC detection Disable
FC detection Enable

* Default except for the following


* Default only for SCA/Philippines

Detection size when a document of the FC ((8.5" x 13") size is used


Unit to
be used
Document

SPF

Destination

Setting

Document size

0 (Disable)

1 (Enable)

EX Japan AB
series (FC)

FC (8.5" x 13")

B4

FC (8.5" x 13")

B4

B4

FC (8.5" x 13")

Inch series (FC)

FC (8.5" x 13")

LG (8.5" x 14")

FC (8.5" x 13")

LG (8.5" x 14")

LG (8.5" x 14")

FC (8.5" x 13")

For the other destinations, this setting is disabled.


03

Auditor setting

Used to set the auditor.


Code number
0
1
2
*

04

Copier duplex setting

Mode
Built-in auditor mode
Coin vendor mode
Other

When the coin vendor mode is selected, if the auditor setup is ON and the standard tray is
manual feed tray, the standard tray setup must be changed to the main cassette.

When this simulation is executed, the current set duplex code number is displayed. Enter the desired
code number of duplex setting and press the [START] key, and the entered code number is set.
Code number
0
1
*

Mode
Without duplex
With duplex

When this simulation is executed, the binding margin setup is automatically set to the default
(left side).

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-8

Main Sub
code code
26

05

Contents
Count mode setting

Details of operation
When any key input is made, it is displayed on the display section. When the [START] key is pressed,
the set code data are acquired and stored to the count mode set variable and in the EEPROM, and
the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode. However, if the [START] key is pressed
outside the set range, it is not assured. At that time, when the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the data are
not rewritten and the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode. When the [CA] key is
pressed, the simulation is terminated without rewriting the data.
[*1 : Total counter / Developer counter
*2 : maintenance counter]
0:
1:
2:
3:

06

Destination setting

*1= Double count


*1= Single count
*1= Double count
*1= Single count

*2= Double count


*2 = Double count
*2= Single count
*2= Single count

When this simulation is executed, the current set destination code number is displayed. Enter the
desired code number of the destination and press the [START] key to set the destination.
Code number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

Destination
Japan AB series
Inch series
EX Japan AB series
EX Japan inch series
EX Japan AB series (FC)
China (EX Japan AB series + China paper support)
Taiwan (EX Japan AB series + China paper support)

If this setting is changed, SIM46-19 setting is also changed accordingly.


(The paper size is also changed: AB series is changed to A4, and Inch series to Letter.
The AE limit setup is set to the default.
When the destination is changed (from Japan to EX Japan or from EX Japan to Japan),
the maintenance cycle is also set to the default accordingly.)
07

Machine condition check (CPM)

When this simulation is executed, the current setting of the machine is displayed.
7-seg display
15
16
20

18

Toner save mode setting

Meaning (CPM information)


15CPM
16CPM
20CPM

Used to set ON/OFF of the toner save mode.


Code number
0
1
*

30

CE mark conformity control ON/


OFF

Setting
Toner save OFF
Toner save ON

The toner save mode of the user program is also changed accordingly.

When this simulation is executed, the current set code number of CE mark conformity is displayed.
Enter the desired code number of CE mark conformity and press the [START] key to set the code
number.
Code number
0
1

31

Auditor mode exclusive setup

Setting
CE mark conformity control OFF
CE mark conformity control ON

Used to set whether the manual fed tray can be used or not when the auditor mode is set to the coin
vendor mode.
Code number
0
1
*

36

Setting
Exclusive setup OFF (Manual paper feed allowed)
Exclusive setup ON (Manual paper fed inhibited)

When this is set to "Exclusive setup ON," if the auditor is set to the coin vendor mode and the
standard tray is set to the manual feed tray, the standard tray must be set to the main cassette.

Cancel of stop at maintenance life Used to set stop at maintenance life over.
over
Code number
0
1

37

Cancel of stop at developer life


over

*Default for 100V system

Setting

Stop at maintenance life over


Cancel of stop at maintenance life over * Default

When this simulation is executed, the current set code number is displayed. Enter the desired code
number and press the [START] key to set the code number. The machine goes into the sub code
input state.
Code number
0
1

Setting
Stop at developer life over
Cancel of stop at developer life over

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-9

Main Sub
code code
26

38

Contents
Cancel of stop at drum life over

Details of operation
When this simulation is executed, the current set code number is displayed. Enter the desired code
number and press the [START] key to set the code number.
Code number
0
1

39

Memory capacity check

Setting
Stop at drum life over
Cancel of stop at drum life over

When this simulation is executed, the current memory capacity is displayed.


7-seg display
16
32

42

Transfer ON/OFF timing control


setting

Meaning (Memory capacity)


16MByte
32MByte

When this simulation is executed, the current setting value of transfer ON timing is displayed.
Enter a set value and press the [START] key to set the entered value, and the machine will go into
the sub code input standby mode.
When the [Mode select] key is pressed, the ON timing setting and the OFF timing setting are
alternatively selected. At that time, the setting is saved and written into the EEPROM.
Display lamp
Setting mode
Default
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp

Transfer ON timing
Transfer OFF timing

50
50

Setting range: 1 ~ 99
When the setting value is increased by 1, time is increased by 2ms.
The default, 50, of transfer ON timing means "344ms passed from PS release."
The default, 50, of transfer OFF timing means "304ms passed from P-IN OFF."
43

Side void amount setting

Used to set the side void amount on the both sides.


Enter a set value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value will be saved and
the machine will go into the sub code input standby mode.
The setting range is 0 ~ 10. When the set value is increased by 1, the void amount is increased by
0.5mm. The default is 3 (= 1.5mm).
To select the setting mode, press the [Exposure mode select] key. The set value of the selected
mode is displayed on the copy quantity display. At that time, the set value is also saved.
Display lamp

Setting mode

AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
*
51

Copy temporary stop function


setting

Side void amount (Right)


Side void amount (Left)

When the setting value is increased by 1, time is increased by 0.5ms.

When any key is pressed, it is displayed on the display section. When the [START] key is pressed,
the set code data is acquired and stored to the setting variable of sort/group copy temporary stop
function and to the EEPROM. The machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
Code number
0
1

Setting
Not stop
Stop

* Default

When the [Interrupt] key is pressed at that time, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode without rewriting the data. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation mode is terminated
without rewriting the data.
* When this is set to "Stop," temporary stop is made for every 250 copies in one copy job.
30

01

Paper sensor status display

The paper sensor status is displayed with the lamps on the operation panel.
* When each sensor detects paper, the corresponding lamp turns on.
Display lamp
Developer lamp
Machine jam lamp
Toner lamp
Manual paper feed lamp
No. 1 cassette lamp
No. 2 cassette lamp
No. 3 cassette lamp
No. 4 cassette lamp
Tray jam lamp 1
Tray jam lamp 2
Paper empty lamp

42

01

Developing counter clear

Sensor name
Paper exit sensor
Duplex sensor
Paper entry sensor
Manual feed paper empty sensor
No. 1 tray paper empty sensor
No. 2 tray paper empty sensor
No. 3 tray paper empty sensor
No. 4 tray paper empty sensor
No. 2 tray paper feed sensor
No. 3 tray paper feed sensor
No. 4 tray paper feed sensor

The developer counter data in the EEPROM is cleared and 0 is displayed on the 7-seg display.
When the [Interrupt] key is pressed at that time, the machine goes into the sub code input standby
mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the simulation mode is terminated.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-10

Main Sub
code code
43

01

Contents
Fusing temperature setting
(During normal copy)

Details of operation
When the simulation is terminated, the current set value is displayed. When the [%] key is pressed,
the setting is changed. When the [START] key is pressed, the set content is written into the EEPROM
and the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.
Set temperature (C)

Set temperature (C)

160
165
170
175
180

185
190
195
200

* Default

10

Postcard paper feed cycle setting

Used to set the paper feed cycle timing in postcard printing. (Pickup interval)[1] ~ [99]
(Center [50], Unit: 100msec)(Example: When 50, pickup interval = 100msec x 50)

11

Postcard size paper fusing


temperature setting

When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed. When the [%] key is pressed, the
setting is changed. When the [START] key is pressed, the set content is written into the EEPROM
and the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode.

12

Standby mode fusing fan rotation


setting

Set temperature (C)

Set temperature (C)

160
165
170
175
180

185
190
195
200

When this simulation is executed, the current set code number is displayed. Enter the desired code
number and press the [START] key to set the code number.
Code number
0
1

13

* Default

Setting
Low speed rotation
High speed rotation

*Default

Fusing paper interval control allow/ Used to set the paper feed timing of 21st and later page to A3 or WLT when multi copying or printing
inhibit setting
paper of narrow width. (A3 or WLT depends on the destination.)
When this simulation is executed, the currently set code number is displayed. Enter a desired code
number and press the [START] key, and the entered code number is written into the EEPROM and
the machine goes into the sub code entry standby mode.
Code number
0
1

Setting
Inhibit
Allow

* Default

<Applicable paper>
1) Cassette paper feed: A4R, B5R, 8-1/2" X 14", 8-1/2" X 13", 8-1/2" X 11", A5, INV
2) Manual paper feed: A4R, B5R, 8-1/2" X 14", 8-1/2" X 13", 8-1/2" X 11", A5, INV,16KR
* A5 size for manual paper feed is valid only for EX Japan AB series.
44

34

Transfer current setting

Used to set the transfer current for the front surface and that for the back surface. When this
simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed on the 7-seg display. Select the set value
with the zoom (Up/Down) keys and press the [START] key, and the set content is written into the
EEPROM and the machine goes into the sub code input standby mode. Press the [Mode select] key
to select each setting mode. At that time, the setup content is written into the EEPROM.
The set range is 90uA ~ 360uA in the increment of 10uA.
Display lamp
Setting mode
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE & TEXT & PHOTO mode lamps
*
*

40

Setting of rotation time before


toner supply

Normal size width: Front


Normal size width: Back
Small size width: Front
Small size width: Back
Manual paper feed

Small size paper must be Letter R (A4R) or smaller.


For the special size of tray, use the normal size width.

Used to set the time interval between start of rotation (ready) of the main motor and start of toner
supply in previous rotation after supplying the power. [1] ~ [99] (Default [8], unit: sec)

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-11

Main Sub
code code
46

01

Contents

Details of operation

Copy density adjustment (300dpi)

Used to set the copy density for each mode.


(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up and shading are operated, and the current set value is
displayed in two digits. (Default [50])
* The density LED is not lighted.
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made according to the set value.
The greater the set value is, the darker the density is, and vise versa. In this case, only a copy at Exp.
3 can be made. When, however, the density is set darker, Exp.1 and Exp. 5 become darker, too.
If the dentistry is set lighter, Exp. 1 and Exp. 5 become lighter, too. To select a desired copy mode,
press the [Copy mode select] key. The selected copy mode set value is displayed on the copy
quantity display. (Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99)
Display lamp
Copy mode
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp

02

Copy density adjustment (600dpi)

AE mode (300dpi)
TEXT mode (300dpi)
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT) (300dpi)
TS mode (AE) (300dpi)

Used to set the copy density for each mode.


(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up and shading are operated, and the current set value is
displayed in two digits. (Default [50])Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is
made according to the set value. The greater the set value is, the darker the density is, and vise
versa. In this case, only a copy at Exp. 3 can be made.
When, however, the density is set darker, Exp.1 and Exp. 5 become darker, too.
If the dentistry is set lighter, Exp. 1 and Exp. 5 become lighter, too.
To select a desired copy mode, press the [Copy mode select] key.
The selected copy mode set value is displayed on the copy quantity display.
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99)
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp

09

Copy exposure level adjustment,


individual setting (Text) 300dpi

Copy mode
AE mode (600dpi)
TEXT mode (600dpi)
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT) (600dpi)
TS mode (AE) (600dpi)

Used to adjust the shift amount and the inclination value for each density level (1 ~ 5) when the
exposure mode is the TEXT mode (including TS)
The shift amount is the same as the gamma (gradation), and is used to set the overall brightness.
When the shift amount is increased, the overall brightness is decreased.
When the shift amount is decreased, the overall brightness is increased
The inclination value changes the gamma (gradation).
When the set value is increased, the gamma is increased to increase the contrast.
(Clearer black and white images)
When the set value is decreased, the gamma is decreased to decrease the contrast.
(Increased gradation)
* Press the [%] key to switch between the shift amount and the inclination value.
The 7-seg display shows the mode.
The initial display is "Shift.
Shift is indicated as "b" (Brightness).
Inclination is indicated as "c" (Contrast).
(Example)
[b50]
[%T] key
[c50]
[%] key
[b50]
[%] key
[c50]

* Select the adjustment level with the [Density adjust] key.


The density LED displays the selected level (Exp. 1 ~ Exp. 5)
* Select TEXT or TEXT (TS) with the [Mode select] key.
Mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOT mode lamp

Exposure mode to be adjusted


TEXT mode
TEXT (TS) mode

* Change the shift amount and the inclination value with the 10-key.
The set range is [1] ~ [99]. The default is [50].
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made at the set value.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-12

Main Sub
code code
46

10

Contents
Copy exposure level adjustment,
individual setting (Text) 600dpi

Details of operation
Used to adjust the shift amount and the inclination value for each density level (1 ~ 5) when the
exposure mode is the TEXT mode (including TS)
The shift amount is the same as the gamma (gradation), and is used to set the overall brightness.
When the shift amount is increased, the overall brightness is decreased.
When the shift amount is decreased, the overall brightness is increased
The inclination value changes the gamma (gradation).
When the set value is increased, the gamma is increased to increase the contrast.
(Clearer black and white images)
When the set value is decreased, the gamma is decreased to decrease the contrast.
(Increased gradation)
* Press the [%] key to switch between the shift amount and the inclination value.
The 7-seg display shows the mode.
The initial display is "Shift.
Shift is indicated as "b" (Brightness).
Inclination is indicated as "c" (Contrast).
(Example)
[b50]
[%T] key
[c50]
[%] key
[b50]
[%] key
[c50]

* Select the adjustment level with the [Density adjust] key.


The density LED displays the selected level (Exp. 1 ~ Exp. 5)
* Select TEXT or TEXT (TS) with the [Mode select] key.
Mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOT mode lamp

Exposure mode to be adjusted


TEXT mode
TEXT (TS) mode

* Change the shift amount and the inclination value with the 10-key.
The set range is [1] ~ [99]. The default is [50].
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made at the set value.
11

Copy exposure level adjustment,


individual setting (Photo) 600dpi

Used to adjust the shift amount and the inclination value for each density level (1 ~ 5) when the
exposure mode is the PHOTO mode
The shift amount is the same as the gamma (gradation), and is used to set the overall brightness.
When the shift amount is increased, the overall brightness is decreased.
When the shift amount is decreased, the overall brightness is increased
The inclination value changes the gamma (gradation).
When the set value is increased, the gamma is increased to increase the contrast.
(Clearer black and white images)
When the set value is decreased, the gamma is decreased to decrease the contrast.
(Increased gradation)
* Press the [%] key to switch between the shift amount and the inclination value.
The 7-seg display shows the mode.
The initial display is "Shift."
Shift is indicated as "b" (Brightness).
Inclination is indicated as "c" (Contrast).
(Example)
[b50]
[%T] key
[c50]
[%] key
[b50]
[%] key
[c50]

* Select the adjustment level with the [Density adjust] key.


The density LED displays the selected level (Exp. 1 ~ Exp. 5)
* The [Mode select] key is invalid, and the PHOTO lamp lights up.
* Change the shift amount and the inclination value with the 10-key.
The set range is [1] ~ [99]. The default is [50].
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made at the set value.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-13

Main Sub
code code
46

18

Contents
Image contrast adjustment
(300dpi)

Details of operation
Used to adjust the contrast for each mode.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up and shading are performed, and the current set value is
displayed in two digits. (Default: 50)
* The density LED is not lighted.
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made according to the set value.
The greater the set value is, the higher the contrast is.
The smaller the set value is, the lower the contrast is.
In this case, only a copy at Exp. 3 is made.
However, the contrasts at Exp.1 and Exp. 5 are also changed accordingly.
To select a desired copy mode, press the [Copy mode select] key.
The selected copy mode set value is displayed on the copy quantity display.
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99)
Display lamp

Copy mode

AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
19

Exposure mode setting


(Gamma table setting / AE
operation mode setting / PHOTO
image process setting)

AE mode (300dpi)
TEXT mode (300dpi)
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT) (300dpi)
TS mode (AE) (300dpi)

Used set for the following three exposure mode. Enter a code number and press the [START] key,
and the entered number is written into the EEPROM and the machine goes into the sub code entry
standby mode. (When the [Copy mode select] key is pressed, the number is written into the
EEPROM and the set item is changed.)
<<Gamma table setting>>
When this simulation is executed, the current set code number of gamma table is displayed.
(Default: Japan -1. EX Japan -2)
*
When setting the gamma table, no "Mode lamps" are lighted.
Code number
Setting (Gamma table)
1
2

Image quality priority mode


Toner consumption priority mode

* Default for Japan models


* Default for EX Japan models

* If this setting is changed, the set content of SIM46-30 is reset to the default.
<<AE mode>>
When the [Copy mode select] key is pressed in gamma table setting, the mode is changed to the AE
operation mode setting and the current set code number of the AE operation mode is displayed.
(Default: 0)
* When setting the AE operation mode, the "AE mode lamp" is lighted.
Code number
0
1

Setting (AE operation mode)


Lead edge stop
Rear time process

* Default

<Photo image process setting>


When the [Copy mode select] key is pressed during the AE operation mode setting, the setting mode
is changed to the photo image process setting and the currently set code number of the photo image
process setting is displayed.
* When in the photo image process setting, the [Photo mode lamp] is lighted.
Code number
1
2
*

Setting (Photo image process setting)


Error diffusion process
Dither process

* Default

When this setting is changed, SIM 46-1/2/18/29 and SIM 46-31 Photo items are reset to the
default. (SIM 46-11 is also linked.)

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-14

Main Sub
code code
46

Contents

Details of operation

20

SPF exposure correction

Used to adjust the exposure correction amount in the SPF mode (for the OC mode).
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed.
Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the [START] key.
The entered set value is stored and a copy is made.
When the [INTERRUPT] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the machine goes into the
sub code entry standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the
simulation is terminated. [1] ~ [99] (Center [50])
* The greater the set value is, the darker the density is. The smaller the set value is, the lighter the
density is.
* The exposure mode is TEXT fixed. The LED does not change, either.
The exposure level can not be adjusted.

29

Image contrast adjustment


(600dpi)

Used to adjust the contrast for each mode.


(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up and shading are performed, and the current set value is
displayed in two digits. (Default: 50)
The density LED is not lighted.
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made according to the set value.
The greater the set value is, the higher the contrast is.
The smaller the set value is, the lower the contrast is.
In this case, only a copy at Exp. 3 is made.
However, the contrasts at Exp.1 and Exp. 5 are also changed accordingly.
To select a desired copy mode, press the [Copy mode select] key.
The selected copy mode set value is displayed on the copy quantity display.
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99)
Display lamp

Copy mode

AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
30

AE limit setting

AE mode (600dpi)
TEXT mode (600dpi)
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT) (600dpi)
TS mode (AE) (600dpi)

Used to set the AE and the limit value at AE (toner save).The set range is 0 ~ 31. The default is 0.
Change the setting and press the [START] key, and it will be written into the EEPROM and the
machine will go into the sub code input standby mode. When the [Copy mode select] key is pressed,
the machine goes back to the gamma table setting mode.
Display lamp

Setting mode

AE mode lamp
AE mode lamp $ PHOTO mode lamp

Limit value for AE


Limit value for AE (Toner save)

<Remark>
When SIM26-60 (Destination setting) and SIM46-19 (Auto exposure mode) are changed, this set
content of this simulation is also changed to the default.
31

Image sharpness adjustment

Used to adjust clear/shading of image for each mode.


(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up and shading are performed, and the current set value is
displayed in two digits. (Default: 1)
Change the set value and press the [START] key, and a copy is made according to the set value.
Set value
0
1
2

Image quality
Shading
Standard
Clear

*Default

Use the [Copy mode select] key to select each copy mode. The code number of the selected copy
mode is displayed on the copy quantity display.
Display lamp
AE mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp
PHOTO mode lamp
TEXT mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp
AE mode lamp & PHOTO mode lamp

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-15

Copy mode
AE mode
TEXT mode
PHOTO mode
TS mode (TEXT)
TS mode (AE)

Main Sub
code code
48

01

Contents
Main scanning/sub scanning
direction magnification ratio
adjustment

Details of operation
Used to adjust the magnification ratio in the main scanning direction (front/rear) and the sub
scanning direction.
Enter the adjustment value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value is
saved a copy is made.
(When the set value is increased by 1, the magnification ratio is increased by 0.1 %.)
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99, Default: 50)
Lighting lamp
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp

05

SPF/RSPF mode sub scanning


magnification ratio adjustment in
copying

Adjustment mode
Main scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment
Sub scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment

The current SPF/RSPF mode sub scan direction magnification ratio adjustment value is displayed.
When the [START] key is pressed, the entered value is acquired and saved into the EEPROM, and a
copy is made. When the [CA] key is pressed instead, the simulation mode is terminated.
In RSPF adjustment, after the machine enters the copy mode of one page, select the single copy
mode with the duplex key to shift to the single copy mode, making two pages of single copy.
For printing, regardless of the density mode LED and the density level LED display, the density mode
= MANUAL, and density level = 3.
Lighting lamp
AE lamp
TEXT lamp

49

01

Flash ROM program writing mode

Adjustment mode
SPF/RSPF document surface magnification ratio adjustment
RSPF document back magnification ratio adjustment

(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, "d" is displayed on the copy quantity display and the machine
enters the Flash ROM program writing mode. Use the writing tool on the PC to write the program.
During writing, the display is made as follows. After completion of downloading, turn OFF/ON the
power to reset.
Status
Download data reception
Data delete start
Data writing (Boot section)
Data writing (Program section)
Sum check
Completion of downloading
Error status
*

Copy quantity display


"d"
"d"
"d"
"d"
"d"
"OFF"
"*E"

Pre-heat lamp
ON
ON
Flash
Flash
ON
OFF
OFF

Ready lamp
OFF
ON
OFF
Flash
ON
OFF
OFF

"*" in the error display indicates the error position.


1. Data reception error
2. Loader function transfer
3. Flash ROM delete
4. Flash ROM writing (Boot section)

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-16

5. Flash ROM writing (Program section)


6. Sum check (Loader section)
7. Sum check (Boot section)
8. Sum check (Program section)

Main Sub
code code
50

01

Contents
Image lead edge adjustment

Details of operation
Used to adjust the copy image position and the lead edge void amount on the copy paper. This
adjustment is made by adjusting the image scan start position at 100% and the print start position
(resist roller ON timing).
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed in two digits. (Center value: 50)
When the copy mode select key is pressed, the setting mode and the display are switched. Enter the
adjustment value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value is set and a copy
is made. (Adjustment range 1 ~ 99) When the [INTERRUPT] key is pressed, the entered value is
saved and the machine goes into the sub code entry standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed,
the entered value is saved and the simulation is terminated. When the adjustment is made with the
main cassette paper feed, all the adjustment values at the paper feed ports become the same.
(When the adjustment value is increased by 1, the position is shifted by about 0.1mm.)
Lighting lamp

Adjustment mode

AE, Main cassette lamp


AE, 2nd cassette lamp
AE, Manual paper feed lamp
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamp

Print start position (Main cassette paper feed)


Print start position (2nd cassette paper feed)
Print start position (Manual paper feed)
Image lead edge void amount
Image scan start position
Image rear edge void amount

The mark, " ", indicates that it is supported only for the installed model, and it is skipped for
non-installed models.
Note: When printing is made with manual paper feed, use A3 paper.
When the adjustment value of the print start position is increased by 1, the resist roller ON
timing is delayed and the print image is reduced by 0.1mm. When the adjustment value of the
image scan start position is increased by 1, the scan start position is shifted to the home
position by 0.1mm.
[Adjustment procedure]
(1) Set the print start position (A) (AE ON), the lead edge void amount (B) (TEXT ON), and the scan
start position (C) (PHOTO ON) to <1>, and make a 100% copy.
(2) Measure the image loss (R mm) of the scale. Set as C=10 x R (mm). (Example: Set to 40.)
When the value of C is increased by 10, the image loss is decreased by 1mm. (Default: 50)
(3) Measure the distance between the paper lead edge and the image print start position.
Set as A=10 x H (mm). (Example: Set to 50.)
When the value of A is increased by 10, the image lead edge is shifted toward the paper lead
edge by 1mm. (Default: 50)
(4) Set the lead edge void area as B=50 (2.5mm). (Default: 50)
When the value of B is increased by 10, the void is increased by about 1mm.
(For 25 or less, however, the void amount is zero.)
(Example)
Distance from the paper lead edge
to the image lead edge H = 5mm

Image loss
R=4mm

5mm

10mm

06

Copy lead edge position


adjustment (SPF/RSPF)

Used to make the SPF copy lead edge position adjustment.


* When the adjustment value of the document scan start position is increased by 1, the scan start
timing is advanced by 0.1mm. The print image is shifted to the reverse side of the scan start
position.
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99, Default: 50)
<Adjustment items>
Lighting lamp
AE
TEXT
PHOTO

Item
Front document scan position adjustment
Back document scan position adjustment
Rear edge void adjustment (SPF)

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-17

Default
50
50
50

Variable range
1 ~ 99
1 ~ 99
1 ~ 99

Main Sub
code code
50

10

Contents
Paper off-center adjustment

Details of operation
Used to adjust the positions of copy images on copy paper and the center offset position when
scanning the document.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed. Enter the adjustment value with
the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value is stored and a copy is made.
When the [INTERRUPT] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the machine goes into the
sub code entry standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the
simulation is terminated.
(When the set value is increased by 1, the position is shifted by 0.1mm.)
<Supplement>
When the adjustment value is increased, the image is shifted to the left. When the adjustment value
is decreased, the image is shifted to the right.
Lighting lamp

Adjustment mode

AE, Main cassette lamps


AE, 2nd cassette lamps
AE, 3rd cassette lamps
AE, 4th cassette lamps
AE, Manual paper feed lamps
TEXT, main cassette lamps

Print center offset (Main cassette paper feed)


Print center offset (2nd cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (3rd cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (4th cassette paper feed)
Print center offset (Manual paper feed)
2nd print center offset (Main cassette paper feed)

Supported for the installed models only. Skipped for the models without installation.
Note: When the adjustment value is too great, the outside area of shading may be scanned, resulting
in black streaks on copy paper.
When printing is made with manual paper feed, use A3 paper.
12

Document off-center adjustment

Used to make the document scan off-center adjustment.


(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99, Default: 50)
* When the adjustment value is increased by 1, the print image is shifted by 0.1mm to the left
when the scan start position is put on the upper side.
<Adjustment item>
Lighting lamp
AE
TEXT
PHOTO

18

Duplex copy memory reverse


position adjustment

Item

Default

Platen document scan


SPF document front scan
RSPF document back scan

50
50
50

Variable range
1 ~ 99
1 ~ 99
1 ~ 99

Used to adjust the memory reverse position in duplex copy. When this simulation is executed, the
current correction value is displayed.
Enter a correction value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value will be
saved. (The correction value range is 1 ~ 99. The default is 50.)
Lighting lamp

Item

AE
TEXT

OC memory reverse output position


SPF memory reverse output position

Printing of the front surface in the S-D mode and printing of the even pages in the D-S mode are
performed as reverse memory copying from the rear edge of the document.
When, therefore, the printing position adjustment of output image is required, perform the adjustment
as follows:
The image direction in reverse memory copying is shown in the figure below. That is, when the
document scan direction is as shown with the arrow, the output image is printed from the rear edge
of scanning. If, therefore, the print edge section is shifted, set the reference chart with the reference
position at the rear edge and use this simulation to change the set value in order to adjust the print
lead edge position.
Since printing is started at the print start position and performed from the last, saved data in the
memory to the head data, the lead edge position of an image is adjusted by changing the last data
position saved in the memory.
Document
transport
direction

Scanning lead edge

Paper
transport
direction

Scanning end position


(Scanning cut by void
(1) as default)
Scanning
direction

Scanning
rear edge

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-18

Print lead edge


Lead edge void (1)
Print start position

Rear edge void


Print rear edge

Main Sub
code code
50

19

Contents
Duplex copy rear edge void
adjustment

Details of operation
Used to adjust the rear edge void amount in duplex copy.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed in two digits.
(Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99, Center value: 50)
* When the set value is increased by 1, the void amount is increased by about 0.1mm.
Press the copy mode select key to select a suitable setting mode and a display. Enter the adjustment
value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value is saved and a copy is made.
(Paper information is cleared after every copying).
When the [INTERRUPT] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the machine goes into the
sub code entry standby mode. When the [CA] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the
simulation is terminated.
Lighting lamp
AE lamp
TEXT lamp
PHOTO lamp

51

02

Resist amount adjustment

Item
Paper rear edge void amount (First print surface)
Paper rear edge void amount (Second print surface)
Print start position (duplex back surface)

Used to adjust the contact pressure of the machine resist roller and the RSPF resist roller onto the
paper.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, the current set value is displayed.
When the exposure mode key is pressed, the following set items are changed sequentially. Enter an
adjustment value with the 10-key and press the [START] key, and the entered value will be saved and
a copy will be made. (Adjustment range: 1 ~ 99, Default: 50)
When the [CA] key is pressed, the entered value is saved and the simulation is terminated.
Lighting lamp
Adjustment mode
AE, Main cassette lamp
AE, 2nd cassette lamp
AE, 3rd cassette lamp
AE, 4th cassette lamp
AE, Manual paper feed lamp
AE, TEXT, PHOTO lamps
AE, TEXT lamps
AE, PHOTO lamp
TEXT, PHOTO lamps

Main cassette paper feed


2nd cassette paper feed
3rd cassette paper feed
4th cassette paper feed
Manual paper feed
RSPF document feed (Front surface)
RSPF document feed (Back surface)
RSPF document (A5) paper feed (Back surface)
Duplex back surface

Supported for the installed models only. Skipped for the models without installation.
53

08

SPF scanning position automatic


adjustment

Place the black chart so that it covers both the SPF scan glass and the OC glass. Close the OC
cover. When this simulation is executed, the current adjustment value is displayed as the initial
display. When the [START] key is pressed, the mirror unit scans from the home position to the SPF
scan position with the current adjustment value displayed, and the SPF glass cover edge is
calculated from the difference between the SPF glass cover edge and the OC side document glass
CCD output level.
* The default is 50, the adjustment range is 1 ~ 99, and the adjustment unit 1= about 0.127mm.
If the adjustment is completed normally, the adjusted value is displayed. If not, the jam lamp lights up
with the current set value displayed. When the [START] key is pressed again with the jam lamp ON,
the execution is repeated again. When the [Interrupt] key or the [CA] key is pressed during execution,
"- -" is displayed and the operation is canceled. The mirror returns to its home position and the
simulation mode is terminated. In the case when the [Interrupt key] is pressed, the machine goes
into the sub code input standby mode. In the case when the [CA] key is pressed, all the lamps are
turned off.
ON lamp
AE lamp
TEXT lamp

61

03

HSYNC output check

Display mode
SPF scan position automatic adjustment
SPF scan position manual adjustment

When the [START] key is pressed, HSYNC is performed and the polygon motor is rotated for 30 sec.
Every time when HSYNC is detected, the zoom lamp is lighted for 100msec.

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-19

Main Sub
code code
63

64

Contents

Details of operation

01

Shading check

The detection level of the white plate for shading is displayed.


(Operating procedure)
When the [START] key is pressed in the sub code input standby mode, the mirror base unit moves to
the white plate for shading and the copy lamp is lighted. Until the light quantity of the copy lamp is
stabilized, the sub code of "01" is displayed on the 7-seg display. When the light quantity of the copy
lamp is stabilized, it is revised every second, and the level of one pixel at the CCD center where no
correction is made is detected for 10 sec, and the detected level is displayed in hexadecimal on the
7-seg display. After completion of 10 sec detection, the machine goes into the sub code input
standby mode.

07

SPF automatic correction

The SPF white correction start pixel position is automatically adjusted.


This is performed after replacement of the lens. Open the SPF unit and press the [START] key, and
the position (which pixel) of the white sheet for SPF exposure correction in the SPF position is
displayed on the 7-seg display.
If the value is 93 ~ 229, it is displayed on the 7-seg display and is written into the EEPROM.
If the value is 0 ~ 92 or 230 ~ 999, it is displayed on the 7-seg display but is not written into the
EEPROM.
If the value is 1000 or above, "-------" is displayed on the 7-seg display and is not written into the
EEPROM.
The pixel position -34 written into the EEPROM is considered as the SPF white correction start pixel
of the machine.
When shi simulation is executed with the SPF unit closed, an error will occur.

01

Self print

The optical system status is ignored and a self print is made. Also when a print command is sent
from the host, printing is performed.
(Operating procedure)
When this simulation is executed, warm-up is performed and the ready lamp is lighted.
(However, the scanner is invalid and no initial operation is made.)
Enter the code number with the 10-key, and select a cassette with the cassette select key and press
the [START] key. The selected cassette start paper feed and printing is performed in the selected
pattern.
* Only the tray lamp and the online lamp are lighted, and no other lamps are lighted.
Printing is made in 1 by 2 mode, where one line is printed and the following two liens are not printed,
or in the grid pattern.
Code number
0
1
2
3
*

Pattern
1 by 2
Grid pattern
White paper
Black background

Print data are made on A3 size. (A3 paper is preferable.)

AR-M205 SIMULATIONS 7-20

[8] USER PROGRAMS


The user programs allow the parameters of certain functions to be set, changed, or canceled as desired.

1. List of user programs


This copier has the following user programs.
Program name

Program
No

Auto clear time

Description
"Auto clear time" automatically returns the copy settings to the initial
settings when a certain period of time elapses after a copy is made.
This program is used to select the period of time. "Auto clear time"
can also be disabled.

Default

Parameters
1 (OFF)
2 (10sec)

60sec

3 (20sec)
4 (60sec)
5 (90sec)
6 (120sec)

Preheat mode

Auto power shut-off timer

Stream feeding mode*1


4
Auto power shut-off
setting
Border line for
2 IN 1 / 4 IN 1*2

This function automatically switches the machine to a state that


consumes even less power than preheat mode if the set duration of
time elapses without the machine being used when the power is on.
All lights except the POWER SAVE indicator and ON LINE indicator
go off. To resume normal operation, press the [START] key ( ).
Normal operation also resumes automatically when a print job is
received or scanning is begun from a computer. While in auto power
shut-off mode, no keys (except the [START] key ( )) can be used.
When copying using the SPF/RSPF, during the period of time that
the SPF/RSPF indicator blinks after an original has been scanned
(about 5 seconds), a subsequent original can be placed and
automatically fed into the machine.
Use this setting to enable or disable auto power shut-off.

When copying multiple originals onto a single sheet of paper (2 IN 1


/ 4 IN 1 copy), this function can be used to print a solid or broken
borderline around each original image.

When the auto paper select function is enabled and there is no


paper that is the same size as the original and loaded in the same
orientation, this function will automatically select paper of the same
size that is loaded in the opposite orientation, and rotate the image
90 degrees so that it is copied on the paper in the correct
orientation.
When the auto ratio select function is operating and the original and
paper are loaded in opposite orientations, this function rotates the
image so that it is copied on the paper in the correct orientation.

This function automatically selects paper that is the same size as


the original placed in the SPF/RSPF, or the same size as that
selected with the [ORIGINAL SIZE ENTER] key (only for sizes 5-1/
2" x 8-1/2", 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R, 8-1/2" x 14" and 11" x 14").
The function can be disabled.

If the paper runs out during printing and there is paper of the same
size and orientation in another tray, this function automatically
switches to that tray (excluding the bypass tray). The function can be
disabled.

Rotation copy*2

Auto paper select mode

Auto tray switching

Auditing mode

This function automatically switches the machine to a low power


consumption state if the set duration of time elapses without the
machine being used when the power is on.
The POWER SAVE indicator lights up, however, the keys on the
operation panel can be used. Normal operation automatically
resumes when a key on the operation panel is pressed, an original
is placed, a print job is received, or scanning is begun from a
computer.

10 to15 See "Enabling Audit Mode".

Erase width adjustment*2


16

Use this setting to set the width of erasure of shadows that appear
around the edges and at the binding margin when a book or similar
original is copied.

1 (1min)
2 (5min)
3 (30min)
1min

4 (60min)
5 (120min)
6 (240min)
1 (5min)
2 (30min)
3 (60min)

5min

4 (120min)
5 (240min)

0 (OFF)
OFF

ON

1 (ON)

0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
1 (OFF)

OFF

2 (Solid line)
3 (Broken line)
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)

ON

0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
ON

0 (OFF)
ON

1 (ON)

1 (0" (0mm))
2 (1/4" (5mm))

1/2" (10mm) 3 (1/2" (10mm))


4 (3/4" (15mm))
5 (1" (20mm))

*1 On models with a SPF/RSPF.


*2 On models with a dual function board.

AR-M205 USER PROGRAMS 8-1

Program name

Program
No

Layout in 2 IN 1 copy*2

Description

Default

Use this setting to select the layout pattern when two original pages
are copied onto a single sheet of paper.

Parameters
1 (Pattern 1)
2 (Pattern 2)

2 IN 1 copy

17

Pattern 1

Pattern 1

Layout in 4 IN 1 copy*2

Pattern 2

Use this setting to select the layout pattern when four original pages
are copied onto a single sheet of paper.

1 (Pattern 1)
2 (Pattern 2)
3 (Pattern 3)

4 IN 1 copy

4 (Pattern 4)
18

Pattern 1

Pattern 1

Offset of paper output tray


Image rotation in duplex
copying*3

Location of the margin*2,*3

Pattern 2

Pattern 3

Pattern 4

19

When enabled, this function offsets the position in the output tray of
interrupt copy jobs and sets of copies during sort/group copy.

20

When a one-sided portrait original is placed in a horizontal


orientation (8-1/2" x 11" or 8-1/2" x 14" size) for two-sided copying,
the top and bottom of the images on the front and back of the paper
will be opposite to each other,

21

Use this setting to switch between the margin at the top edge and
the margin at the left edge.

Margin width*2

ON

0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
0 (OFF)

OFF

Left edge

Use this setting to set the margin width.

1 (ON)

1 (Left edge)
2 (Top edge)
1 (0" (0mm))
2 (1/4" (5mm))

22

1/2" (10mm) 3 (1/2" (10mm))


4 (3/4" (15mm))
5 (1" (20mm))

Resolution in Auto/Text
mode

23

The copy resolution in auto and text mode is normally 300 dpi.
If high-quality copies are preferred, use this setting to change the
resolution to 600 dpi.

1 (300dpi)
300dpi

Use this to change the proportion of IMC memory used for printer
mode.

Memory allocated to
printer mode*2
24

2 (600dpi)
1 (30%)
2 (40%)

50%

3 (50%)
4 (60%)
5 (70%)

Key auto repeat


25

Key press time

Use this setting to select whether or not holding down a key causes
repeated input of the key. For keys that normally cause a set value to
increase when held down (for example, holding down the [ZOOM]
key ( , )), this program can be used to have the set value not
change when the key is held down.
Use this setting to select how long a key must be pressed for the
input to be accepted. By selecting a longer time, you can prevent
settings from being changed by the accidental pressing of a key.

26

0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
ON

Minimum
(current
response
speed)

1 (Minimum
(current response speed))
2 (0.5sec)
3 (1.0sec)
4 (1.5sec)
5 (2.0sec)

Audible signals volume

This sets the volume of beep signals.


27

Base setting beep signal


Number of copies limit

28
29

Use this to sound a beep when a base setting is selected.


Use this setting to select 99 or 999 for the maximum number of
copies.

*2 On models with a dual function board.


*3 On models with automatic two-sided copying.
AR-M205 USER PROGRAMS 8-2

Low
(current
volume)
OFF
999 copies

1 (Low (current volume))


2 (High)
3 (OFF)
0 (OFF)
1 (ON)
1 (99 copies)
2 (999 copies)

Program name

Program
No

Description

Default

30

When this function is enabled, printing in printer mode will


automatically continue using a different size of paper if the specified
size of paper runs out in all trays. This feature does not function in
copy mode.

OFF

Use close paper size

Default tray setting


31

Parameters
0 (OFF)

Use this program to select a default tray. This tray is automatically


selected each time the power is turned on or each time the machine
reverts to the initial settings.

1 (ON)

1 (Tray 1)
2 (Tray 2)
Tray 1

3 (Tray 3)
4 (Tray 4)
5 (Bypass tray)

Default exposure mode


32

Use this program to set "AUTO", "TEXT", or "PHOTO" as the default


exposure mode.

33

Used to switch USB2.0 mode between Full-Speed and High-Speed.

1 (AUTO)
AUTO

2 (TEEXT)
3 (PHOTO)

USB2.0 mode switch

Full-Speed 1(Full-Speed)
2(High-Speed)

2. Setting the user programs


5) Press the [START] key ( ).
The selected setting code stops blinking and lights steadily.

1) Hold down the [Light] key ( ) until the alarm indicators


( ,
,
,
,
) blink.
"- -" appears in the display.

START
1 3 5

Note: To select a setting for another user program, press the [CLEAR]
key ( ) and then return o step 2).
6) Press the [Light] key ( ) to complete the settings.
The alarm indicators ( ,
,
,
,
) go off and the display
returns to the number of copies display.

2) Enter the program number with the numeric keys.


See "USER PROGRAMS" for the program numbers.
The selected program number blinks.
To select "Auto clear timer", press the [1] key.

3. Toner cartridge life

RE D END

Note: If you enter the wrong number, press the [CLEAR] key ( ) and
then enter the correct number.
3) Press the [START] key ( ).
The selected program number stops blinking and lights steadily.
The currently selected setting code blinks in the 1st digit of the
display.

To find out the approximate quantity of toner remaining, follow the


procedure below.
1) Press and hold the light key for more than 5 seconds until all the
alarm indicators ( ,
,
,
, and
) blink and "--" appears in
the copy quantity display.

START
2) Press and hold the copy ratio display key for more than 5 seconds.
The approximate quantity of toner remaining will be indicated as a
percent in the copy quantity display. ("100", "75", "50", "25", "10" or
"LO" is displayed. When "LO" is displayed, the toner is down to less
than 10%.)

4) Enter the desired setting code by pressing a numeric key.


For the setting codes, see "USER PROGRAMS".
The selected setting code blinks.
To select 90 seconds, press the [5] key.

3) Press the light key.


All the alarm indicators will go out.
Note: If you enter the wrong number, press the [CLEAR] key (
return to step 2).

) and

AR-M205 USER PROGRAMS 8-3

[9]TROUBLE CODE LIST

2.Details of trouble codes


Main Sub
code code

1.Trouble code list


Main code
E1

Sub
code
00

IMC PWB communication trouble

10

IMC PWB trouble

11

IMC ASIC error

13

IMC PWB flash ROM error

16

IMC PWB DIMM memory read/write check error

81

Interface error in communication with IMC PWB


(Parity)

82

Interface error in communication with IMC PWB


(Overrun)

84
E7

F2

E1

Content

01

00

10

Interface error in communication with IMC PWB


(Framing)
Duplex model memory error

An abnormality occurs in communication


between the MCU PWB and the IMC PWB.

Cause

IMC PWB-MCU PWB harness abnormality


MCU PWB connector disconnection
IMC PWB ROM defect/data abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check connection of the connector and the


harness between the IMC PWB and the MCU
PWB.
Check the ROM of the IMC PWB.

Content

IMC PWB trouble

Detail

An abnormality occurs in the IMC PWB.

Cause

USB chip error/CODEC error on the IMC PWB

Check
and
remedy

Replace the IMC PWB with a new one.

LSU trouble
Shading trouble (Black correction)

Content

IMC ASIC error

11

Shading trouble (White correction)

Detail

An abnormality occurs in the IMC PWB.

12

Shading trouble

Cause

Abnormality in ASIC on the IMC PWB

16

Abnormal laser output

Replace the IMC PWB with a new one.

04

Improper cartridge (destination error, life cycle


error)

Check
and
remedy

11

Content

IMC PWB flash ROM error

Model error

13

Detail

An abnormality occurs in the IMC flash ROM.

Type error

Cause

IMC PWB abnormality

Destination error

Check
and
remedy

Replace the IMC PWB with a new one.


If downloading of the program is abnormally
terminated, it may cause an error. Download
the program again to avoid this.

Content

IMC PWB DIMM memory read/write check


error

Detail

An installation error occurs in the IMC


expansion compression memory module.
An error occurs during access to the IMC
expansion compression memory.

Cause

Improper installation of the IMC expansion


memory module.
IMC expansion memory module abnormality
IMC expansion memory contact abnormality
IMC PWB abnormality.

Check
and
remedy

Check installation of the expansion memory


module.
Replace the expansion memory module.
Replace the IMC PWB with a new one.

Content

Interface error (Parity) in communication with


the IMC PWB

Detail

A parity error occurs in communication


between the MCU PWB and the IMC PWB.

Cause

IMC PWB-MCU PWB harness defect


Improper connection of the MCU PWB
connector
IMC PWB ROM defect/data abnormality"

Check
and
remedy

Check connection of the connector/harness


between the IMC PWB and the MCU PWB.
Check the ROM of the IMC PWB.

Misc error
F5

02

Copy lamp lighting abnormality

H2

00

Thermistor open

H3

00

Heat roller high temperature detection

H4

00

Heat roller low temperature detection

16

L1

00

Scanner feed trouble

L3

00

Scanner return trouble

L4

01

Main motor lock detection

11

Shifter motor trouble

L6

10

Polygon motor lock detection

L8

01

No full wave signal

U2

04

EEPROM read/write error (serial communication


error)

11

Counter check sum error (EEPROM)

12

Adjustment value check sum error (EEPROM)

40

CRUM chip communication error

CH Blink

IMC PWB communication trouble

Detail

10

Data abnormality

--

Content

02

Identification error

CH ON

Details of trouble

Auditor NOT READY


None Side door open
None Developing cartridge not installed

81

AR-M205 TROUBLE CODE LIST 9-1

Main Sub
code code
E1

82

84

Details of trouble
Content
Detail

An overrun error occurs in communication


between the MCU PWB and the IMC PWB.

Cause

IMC PWB-MCU PWB harness defect


Improper connection of the MCU PWB
connector
IMC PWB ROM defect/data abnormality.

Check
and
remedy

Check connection of the connector/harness


between the IMC PWB and the MCU PWB.
Check the ROM of the IMC PWB.

Content

Interface error (Framing) in communication with


the IMC PWB

Detail

A framing error occurs in communication


between the MCU PWB and the IMC PWB.

Cause

IMC PWB-MCU PWB harness defect


Improper connection of the MCU PWB
connector
IMC PWB ROM defect/data abnormality.

Check
and
remedy
E7

01

02

Content

Duplex model memory error


The memory capacity for the duplex model
machine is improper. Insufficient memory
capacity

Cause

The memory capacity of the MCU PWB is


improper.

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 26-39 to check that the memory


capacity is 32MB. If it is not 32MB, replace the
MCU PWB with a suitable one.

Content

LSU trouble

Detail

The BD signal from the LSU cannot be


detected in a certain cycle. (Always OFF or
always ON)

Check
and
remedy

LSU connector or LSU harness defect or


disconnection
Polygon motor rotation abnormality
Laser beams are not generated.
MCU PWB abnormality.
Check connection of the LSU connector.
Execute SIM 61-03 to check the LSU
operations.
Check that the polygon motor rotates normally.
Check that the laser emitting diode generates
laser beams.
Replace the LSU unit.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Content

Shading trouble (Black correction)

Detail

The CCD black scan level is abnormal when


the shading.

Cause

Check
and
remedy

E7

11

12

Check connection of the connector/harness


between the IMC PWB and the MCU PWB.
Check the ROM of the IMC PWB.

Detail

Cause

10

Interface error (Overrun) in communication with


the IMC PWB

Main Sub
code code

Improper connection of the CCD unit flat cable


CCD unit abnormality
MCU PWB abnormality.
Check connection of the CCD unit flat cable.
Check the CCD unit."

16

F2

04

Details of trouble
Content

Shading trouble (White correction)

Detail

The CCD white scan level is abnormal when


the shading.

Cause

Improper connection of the CCD unit flat cable


Dirt on the mirror, the lens, and the reference
white plate
Copy lamp lighting abnormality
CCD unit abnormality
MCU PWB abnormality
(When occurred in the SPF scan position.)
Improper installation of the mirror unit

Check
and
remedy

Clean the mirror, lens, and the reference white


plate.
Check the light quantity and lighting status of
the copy lamp (SIM 05-03).
Check the MCU PWB.

Content

Shading trouble

Detail

White correction is not completed in the


specified number of operations.

Cause

CCD unit flat cable connection failure.


Dirt on mirrors, lenses, and the reference white
plate.
Copy lamp lighting abnormality
CCD unit abnormality
MCU PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Clean mirrors, lenses, and the reference white


plate.
Check the copy lamp light quantity (SIM 05-03)
and lighting.
Check the CCD unit.
Check the MCU PWB.

Content

Abnormal laser output

Detail

When the laser output is stopped, HSYNC is


detected.

Cause

Laser abnormality
MCU PWB abnormality.

Check
and
remedy

Check the laser emitting diode operation.


Replace the MCU PWB. "

Content

Improper cartridge (Destination error, life cycle


error)

Detail

The destination of the machine differs from that


of the CRUM.
The life cycle information is other than "Not
used (FFh)."

Cause

CRUM chip defect


Improper developing unit

Check
and
remedy

Replace the CRUM chip.


Replace the developing unit.

Identificat The trade mark code of the CRUM differs.


ion error The company code of the CRUM differs.
Model
error

The boot program model code does not


coincide with the CRUM model code.

Type error When the CRUM type is other than genuine/


conversion/production rotation.
Destinatio The machine destination differs from the
n error
CRUM destination.
Data
When an error value is included in the initial
abnormali check information. When the max. toner supply
ty
time is 00.
When the print hard stop is 00.
Misc error When the Misc information is other than "Not
used (FFh)."

AR-M205 TROUBLE CODE LIST 9-2

Main Sub
code code
F5

H2

H3

02

00

00

Details of trouble

Main Sub
code code
H4

Content

Copy lamp lighting abnormality

Detail

The copy lamp does not turn on.

Cause

Copy lamp abnormality


Copy lamp harness abnormality
CCD PWB harness abnormality.

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 5-3 to check the copy lamp


operations.
When the copy lamp lights up.
Check the harness and the connector between
the CCD unit and the MCU PWB.
When the copy lamp does not light up.
Check the harness and the connector between
the copy lamp unit and the MCU PWB.
Replace the copy lamp unit.
Replace the MCU PWB. "

Content

Thermistor open

Detail

The thermistor is open.


The fusing unit is not installed.

Cause

Thermistor abnormality
Control PWB abnormality
Fusing section connector disconnection
The fusing unit is not installed.

Check
and
remedy

Check the harness and the connector between


the thermistor and the PWB.
Use SIM 14 to clear the self diagnostic display.

Content

Heat roller high temperature detection

Detail

The fusing temperature exceeds 240C.

Cause

Thermistor abnormality
Control PWB abnormality
Fusing section connector disconnection.

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 5-02 to check the heater lamp blinking


operation.
When the lamp blinks normally.
Check the thermistor and its harness.
Check the thermistor input circuit on the control
PWB.
When the lamp keeps ON.
Check the power PWB and the lamp control
circuit on the MCU PWB.
Use SIM 14 to clear the self diagnostic display.

L1

L3

00

00

00

Details of trouble
Content

Heat roller low temperature detection

Detail

When the fusing temperature is lower than


150C after 55sec from the start of warming
up.
When the warming up complete temperature is
not reached in 30sec from reaching 150C.
When the fusing temperature is lower than
100C after 20sec from ready start.
When the fusing temperature is lower than
145C when printing."

Cause

Thermistor abnormality
Heater lamp abnormality
Thermostat abnormality
Control PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 5-02 to check the heater lamp blinking


operation.
When the lamp blinks normally.
Check the thermistor and its harness.
Check the thermistor input circuit on the control
PWB.
When the lamp does not light up.
Check for disconnection of the heater lamp and
the thermostat. Check the interlock switch.
Check the power PWB and the lamp control
circuit on the MCU PWB.
Use SIM 14 to clear the self diagnostic display.

Content

Scanner feed trouble

Detail

The scanner does not complete feeding in the


specified time.

Cause

Mirror unit abnormality


The scanner wire is disconnected.
The origin detection sensor abnormality
Mirror motor harness abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 1-1 to check the mirror reciprocating


operations.
When the mirror does not feed.
Check for disconnection of the scanner wire.
Check the harness and the connector between
the mirror motor and the MCU PWB.
Replace the mirror unit.
Replace the MCU PWB.
When the mirror does feed.
Use SIM 1-2 to check the mirror home position
sensor."

Content

Scanner return trouble

Detail

The scanner does not complete returning in


the specified time.
The mirror is not in the home position when OC
copying is started with the mirror standby in the
home position.

Cause

Mirror unit abnormality


Scanner wire disconnection
Origin detection sensor abnormality
Mirror motor harness abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 1-1 to check the mirror reciprocating


operations.
When the mirror does not return.
Check for disconnection of the scanner wire.
Check the harness and the connector between
the mirror motor and the MCU PWB.
Replace the mirror unit.
Replace the MCU PWB.
When the mirror does feed.
Use SIM 1-2 to check the mirror home position
sensor.

AR-M205 TROUBLE CODE LIST 9-3

Main Sub
code code
L4

01

Details of trouble

11

L6

10

Main motor lock detection

Detail

The main motor does not rotate.


The motor lock signal is detected for 1sec or
more after rotation of the main motor.
The motor lock signal is detected for 1sec
during rotation of the main motor.

U2

01

04

Main motor unit abnormality


Improper connection or disconnection the main
motor and the harness.
MCU PWB abnormality

11

12

Details of trouble
Content

Counter check sum error (EEPROM)

Detail

Check sum error of the counter area in the


EEPROM

Cause

EEPROM abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check that the EEPROM is properly set.


Use SIM 16 to cancel the trouble.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Content

Adjustment value check sum error (EEPROM)

Detail

Check sum error of the adjustment value area


in the EEPROM

Cause

EEPROM abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check that the EEPROM is properly set.


Use SIM 16 to cancel the trouble.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 25-01 to check the main motor


operations.
Check connection of the main motor harness/
connector.
Replace the main motor.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Content

CRUM chip communication error

Content

Shifter motor trouble

Detail

Detail

The shifter home position detection signal is


not detected when initializing the shifter.

An error occurs during communication


between the MCU and the CRUM chip.

Cause

Cause

Shifter motor abnormality, improper connection


or disconnection of the harness, shifter home
position sensor abnormality

CRUM chip abnormality


Developing unit disconnection
MCU PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 03-11 to check the shifter motor


operations.
Check connection of the harness/connector of
the shifter motor.
Replace the shifter motor.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Check
and
remedy

Replace the chip.


Check installation of the developing unit.
Use SIM 16 to cancel the trouble.
Replace the MCU PWB.

Content

Auditor NOT READY

Content

Polygon motor lock detection

Detail

The polygon motor does not rotate.


The motor lock signal is detected for 6sec after
rotation of the polygon motor. The motor lock
signal is detected for 1sec during rotation of the
polygon motor.

Cause

L8

U2

Content

Cause

Main Sub
code code

Polygon motor unit abnormality


Improper connection or disconnection of the
polygon motor and the harness.
MCU PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Use SIM 61-1 to check the polygon motor


operations.
Check connection of the polygon motor
harness/connector.
Replace the polygon motor..
Replace the MCU PWB.

Content

No full wave signal

Detail

The zero cross signal is not detected.

Cause

Power unit abnormality


MCU PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check connection of the harness and


connectors.
Replace the MCU PWB.
Replace the power unit.

Content

EEPROM read/write error (Serial


communication error)

Detail

EEPROM access process error

Cause

EEPROM abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check that the EEPROM is properly set.


Use SIM 16 to cancel the trouble.
Replace the MCU PWB.

40

--

Detail
Cause
Check
and
remedy
CH
ON

None Content

Side door open

Detail

The side door is open.

Cause

Side door sensor abnormality


MCU PWB abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check that all the side doors are closed.


Replace the MCU PWB.

CH None Content
Blink
Detail

Developing cartridge not installed


The developing cartridge is not installed.
Communication with the CRUM cannot be
made in initial check of the CRUM.

Cause

Developing unit disconnection


MCU PWB abnormality
CRUM chip abnormality

Check
and
remedy

Check installation of the developing unit.


Replace the MCU PWB.

AR-M205 TROUBLE CODE LIST 9-4

[10] MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance table
X:Check(Clean, adjust, or replace when required.) O:Clean
Unit name
Drum peripheral

Part name
OPC drum

Side seal F/R

MC unit

:Lubricate

100K

150K

(MC grid)

(MC case)

Transfer wire

Transfer paper guide

MC guide sheet (Cleaning blade attached)

Drum fixing plate B

Process frame unit

Discharge holder

Only for Viet Nam

Developer

DV seal

DV under seal

DV side seal

Reflector

Mirror

No.2/3 mirror unit

Mirror

Pulley

CCD peripheral

Lens

Glass

Table glass

White Plate

Drive wire

Lamp unit

Other

Rail

LSU
Paper feed section

:Adjust

50K

(MC charging electrode)

Side Mylar
Optical section

:Replace

Cleaning blade

Separation pawl
Star ring x 2 pcs
Developing section

When calling

Multi paper feed section

Drive section
Paper exit section

X
X

Document size sensor

Dust-proof glass

Take-up roller(manual / SPF)

Paper feed roller

PS roller

Transport (paper exit) rollers

Spring clutch
Fusing section

Document cover

Spring clutch
Paper transport section

Upper heat roller

Pressure roller

Pressure roller bearing

O
O
O
O
O
O
O

Upper separation pawl

Lower separation pawl

Gears

Belts

Ozone filter*1

X*1

*1:Recommendable replacement time:50K(Letter,5%print)

AR-M205 MAINTENANCE 10-1

2. Maintenance display system


Toner

Life,
Remaining
quantity
check *1

Developer

C. DV seal attachment procedure

16K
a. Press and hold the density adjustment
LIGHT key for more than 5 sec, and the
machine will enter the user program
mode.
b. Press and hold the "%" key for more
than 5 sec, and the remaining quantity
will be displayed on the copy quantity
display in one of the following levels:
(Remaining quantity display levels:
100%, 75%, 50%, 25%, 10%, LO)
c. Press the density adjustment LIGHT
key to cancel.

Remaining
quantity

NEAR EMPTY
About 10%

LED

ON

Flash

Machine

Operation allowed

Stop

Life

50K

LED

ON at 50K of the
developer count

Machine

Selection is available between Not Stop


and Stop by Service Simulation (SIM 2637) Setup.
(If Stop is selected, the LED will flash and
stop at 50K.)
* Default: Not Stop
* Clear: SIM 42-1

Maintenance LED

Machine

1) When attaching the DV side Mylar, check the position shown in the
figure below and attach it properly.

EMPTY

2) When attaching the DV side sheet, check the position shown in the
figure below and attach it properly.
(First of all, attach the DV side Mylar.)

Selection is available among 50K, 25K,


10K, 7.5K, 5K, and free (no lighting) with
SIM 21-1.
*
Default: 50K
*
Clear: SIM 20-1
Not stop

*1: Installation of a new toner cartridge allows to display the remaining


quantity.

3. Note for replacement of consumable parts


*

A. Toner cartridge

Be sure to attach the DV side sheet so that the notch is on the


outside.

When a waste toner cartridge is removed from the machine, it must be


put in a polyethylene bag to avoid scattering of toner.

B. DV cartridge
Do not shake or put up the developer cartridge. Otherwise developer
may scatter.

AR-M205 MAINTENANCE 10-2

[11]DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

B.Charger wire
Installation:

The spring tip must be between two reference ribs.


The charger wire must be free from twist or bending.
Be sure to put the charger wire in the V groove.

WARNING Before performing the disassembly procedure, be sure to


remove the power cord to prevent against an electric shock.
No.

Item

High voltage section/Duplex transport section

Optical section

Fusing section

Paper exit section

MCU

Optical frame unit

LSU

Tray paper feed section/Paper transport section

Manual multi paper feed section

10

Power section

11

Developing section

12

Process section

13

Others

(1)

(3)

(5)

1. High voltage section/Duplex transport


section
No.

(2)

(1)
(3)

(4)

Content

Transfer charger unit

Charger wire

Duplex transport section

(2)

A.Transfer charger unit

C.Duplex transport section


(3)

(4)

(3)
(3)

(3)

(1)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(3)

(1)

(3)

(2)

(1)
(2)
(3)
(1)

(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-1

2.Optical section

C.Inverter PWB for copy lamp


(1)

Note: When disassembling or assembling the optical unit, be careful not


to touch the mirror and the reflector.
No.

Content

Table glass

Copy lamp unit

Inverter PWB for copy lamp

Copy lamp

Lens unit

Wire

(2)
(1)

A.Table glass
(1)
(2)

(1)

(3)

(1)

(4)

(1)
(3)

(3)

B.Copy lamp unit


Disassembly:
Assembly:
Adjustment:

Be sure to put No. 2/3 mirror unit to the positioning plate


(A).
Put the notched surface of wire holder (3) downward,
tighten temporarily, and install.
Main scanning direction distortion balance adjustment

(2)

D.Copy lamp

(4)

(4)

(2)

(2)
(3)

(1)

(2)

(A)

(1)

(3)

(A)

(1)
(3)
(2)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-2

E.Lens unit

F.Wire

Note: Do not remove screws which are not indicated in the figure. If the
height of the base plate is changed, it cannot be adjusted in the
market.
Note: The CCD/lens unit is factory-adjusted before shipping.
Since these adjustments cannot be performed in the market.
Never touch the screws other than screw 2) of the CCD/lens unit.

(1)

(1)
(2)
(1)

(4)

(1)

(3)
(2)

(3)

(3)

(4)

(4)

(2)
Lens unit attachment
<1>Attach the lens unit so that the lens unit number on the
lens adjustment plate is aligned with the scribe line on the
base plate.

Lens unit number


( ) direction

Reference line (0)


(+) direction
One division: 1.4mm

CCD adjustment value


+4 scales

5.0~

+3 scales

3.6~4.9

+2 scales

2.2~3.5

+1 scale

0.8~2.1

Reference

-0.6~0.7

-1 scale

-2.0~ -0.7

-2 scales

-3.4~ -2.1

-3 scales

-4.8~ -3.5

-4 scales

~ -4.9

<2>Make a sample copy at the above position, and measure


the magnification ratio.
<3>Change the installing position in the horizontal direction to
adjust the magnification ratio.
When the copy image is longer than the original, shift to
the positive (+) direction.
When the copy image is shorter than the original, shift to
the negative (-) direction.
* 1 scale of the scribed line corresponds to 0.34% of
magnification ratio.
* If this adjustment is not satisfactory, make a fine adjustment
with SIM 48-2.
AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-3

3.Fusing section
No.
A

C.Thermistor
Installation: When installing the thermistor, be sure to face the installing
projection (A) toward the installing surface.
Check that the thermistor is in contact with the upper heat
roller.

Contents
Fusing unit

Thermostat

Thermistor

Heater lamp

Upper heat roller

Separation pawl

Lower heat roller

Separation pawl

(1)

(A)
(2)

A.Fusing unit removal

(1)
(1)

D.Heater lamp
Assembly: Insert the spring (A) into the hole (B) in the fusing frame.

(3)
(2)

(A)

(B)

(2)

B.Thermostat

(1)

(2)

(1)
(2)

(2)
(3)

Assembly: Put the paper guide earth spring (A) under the paper guide
(B) before fusing.

(A)

(B)

(1)
(2)
(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-4

(2)

(1)

Floil(GU2)
Grease(JFE552)

(1)
(4)

(3)
(1)

(2)
(A)

(B)

F.Separation pawl

(C)

(1)

Assembly: Put the fusing harness (A) on the heater lamp (B) as shown
in the figure and fix them together.<R>Place the fusing
harness inside the rib (C).

(2)
(3)

E.Upper heat roller


Disassembly:

There are three pawls on the fusing cover. Remove the


screws and slide the fusing cover to the right to remove.
The heater lamp is fixed on the fusing cover with a
screw. Slide the fusing cover to the front and remove the
screw, then remove the heater lamp.

(2)
(3)

(2)

(1)

(1)

(3)

(2)
(3)

(2)
(3)

(1)

(2)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-5

4.Paper exit section

G.Lower heat roller


Assembly:

When installing the paper guide (3) before fusing, fix the
paper guide fixing plate with screws temporarily so that the
paper guide fixing plate (2) is in contact with the frame
bottom under fusing (A). Set the paper guide (3) before
fusing to the bottom line of the positioning reference (B),
and tighten the screw firmly.

Grease(JFE552)

No.
A

Content
Ozone filter

Cooling fan

Paper exit unit

Paper exit sensor / duplex sensor

Transport roller

Paper exit roller

Paper exit interface P.W.B.

A.Ozone filter

(4)

(1)

(3)
(1)

(2)
(1)

(1)

(2)
(B)

(B)

(1)
(1)

(2)

(A)
(1)

H.Separation pawl
(2)
(1)

(2)

B.Cooling fan

(1)

(2)

(1)

(3)
(2)
(2)

(2)
(3)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-6

C.Paper exit unit

D.Paper exit sensor / duplex sensor


(2)

(A)Exit sensor
(B)Duplex sensor

(2)

(2)

(2)

(A)

(4)

(3)
(1)

(B)

E.Transport roller

(1)

(1)

(2)

(1)

(3)
(2)

(3)

(2)

(5)

(3)
(1)

(4)

(1)
(2)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(5)

(4)
(6)
(2)

(4)

(1)

(5)
(1)
(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-7

5.MCU

F.Paper exit roller


Assembly:

Insert the spring pin so that the waveform (A) of the spring
pin faces in the longitudinal direction of the paper exit
drive gear long hole (B).<R>Be sure to insert two ribs (C)
into the groove (D).

No.
A

Content
MCU disassembly

A.MCU disassembly
Note: When replacing the MCU PWB, be sure to replace the EEPROM of
the MCU PWB to be replaced.

(A)

(B)

(D)
(1)

(1)
(2)

(1)

(1)
(C)
(2)
(C)

(1)

(2)

(1)

(3)

(2)
(1)

(1)

(1)

(2)
(2)
(1)

(1)

(1)

Note: When replacing the MCU PWB, be sure to restore the original
jumper conditions.

(2)
(3)

6.Optical frame unit


No.
A

G.Paper exit interface P.W.B.

Content
Optical frame unit

A.Optical frame unit


(2)

Installation:

Install the optical unit in the sequence shown above.

(3)
(2)

(2)

(1)

(1)

(1)
(1)
(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(2)

(3)
(1)
(2)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-8

(1)

7.LSU
No.
A

8. Tray paper feed section/Paper transport


section

Content
LSU unit

No.
A

A.LSU unit

(4)

Content
Interface frame unit

Drive unit

Solenoid (paper feed solenoid,, resist roller solenoid)

Resist roller clutch / Resist roller

Paper feed clutch/Paper feed roller (Semi-circular roller)

A.Intermittent frame unit


(2)
(1)
(3)
(2)

(3)

(1)

(1)

(1)
(2)
(1)

(1)
(2)
Assembly:

Do not miss the door lock pawl.

(1)
(1)
(1)
Note: Do not disassemble the LSU.
Note: When replacing the LSU, be careful not to touch the dust-shield
glass.
Adjustment:
Image lead edge position adjustment
Image left edge position adjustment
Paper off-center adjustment
Size of the screwdriver for removing the LSU

50mm
120mm

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-9

(2)

D. Resist roller clutch/Resist roller

B.Drive unit
Assembly:

Move down the clutch pawl as shown below, and avoid the
clutch and install.

(1)

(1)
(2)

(2)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(4)

E. Paper feed clutch/Paper feed roller


(Semi-circular roller)

Moricote X56020

(1)
(2)

Grease G-484

C. Solenoid
(paper feed solenoid, resist roller solenoid)
(3)

(2)

(2)
(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-10

9.Manual multi paper feed section


No.
A

B. Manual multi paper feed

Content
Manual transport roller/Manual paper feed roller

Manual multi paper feed

Manual feed solenoid

Manual transport clutch

Pressure plate unit

Manual paper feed clutch

(1)
(3)

A.Manual transport roller/Manual paper feed roller


Note: Push the lever at the right edge of the multi frame cover to the right
upper side and remove it.

(4)

(2)
A

(5)
(2)

A
A

(3) (4)
A

(1)

C. Manual feed solenoid

(2)

(5)

(1)
(B)
(2)
(3)

(4)

(2)

(2)
(3)

(5)

(1)

RI GI

(7)

(4)

(6)

Installation: Be careful of the installing direction of the manual transport


roller (6)
AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-11

(A)

D. Manual transport clutch

F. Manual paper feed clutch


Note: Push the lever at the right edge of the multi frame cover to the
right upper side and remove it.
(1)

(2)

(1)

(2)

(5)
(3)
A

(1)
(4)

(1)
(3)

E.Pressure plate unit

(2)

(2)

(2)
(2)

(3)

(2)

(1)
(3)
(1)
(4)

(2)
(3)

(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-12

10.Power section

C. High voltage P.W.B.

No.

(1)

Content

Power unit

Power fan

High voltage P.W.B.

Power P.W.B.

Power switch

(2)

(1)

A.Power unit

(1)

(1)

D. Power P.W.B.

(1)

(2)

(1)

(1)

(2)
(1)

(2)
(1)

(1)

(2)
(2)
(2)

(3)
(2)

(2)
(2)
(3)
(2)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(1)

(1)

E. Power switch

B. Power fan

(1)

(3)
(1)

(2)

(1)

(1)
(2)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-13

11.Developing section
No.
A

C.MG roller

Contents
Developing box

Developing doctor

MG roller

A.Developing box
(2)

(1)

# 
" 

B.Developing doctor
! 

 

! 
 
 

Adjustment:

Developing doctor gap adjustment

$ 

Adjustment:

MG roller main pole position adjustment

Note: Attach it to fit with the attachment reference when replacing the DV
blade.

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-14

12.Process section

13.Others

No.
A

Contents

No.

Drum unit

Contents
Operation P.W.B.

Main charger unit

Tray interface P.W.B.

Cleaning blade

2nd tray paper entry sensor / Paper empty sensor

2nd tray paper feed solenoid / Transport solenoid

2nd tray transport clutch

2nd tray transport roller

A.Drum unit

2nd tray paper feed clutch

2nd tray paper feed roller

Main motor

I/F P.W.B.

Paper entry sensor

Paper empty sensor

Paper feed roller

LO C K

A. Operation P.W.B.

(1)
(2)

B. Main charger unit

(1)

(1)

(2)
(1)
(5)
(6)
(5)
(5)
(7)

(5)

(5)

(4)

C.Cleaning blade

(3)

(1)

(1)

(2)

(1)
(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-15

(2)

C. 2nd tray paper entry sensor / Paper empty sensor


(1)

(4)

(1)

(1)
(2)

(1)

(5)

(2)

(3)
(3)

(1)
(1)

(1)

(1)
(1)

(1)

(2)

D. 2nd tray paper feed solenoid / Transport solenoid


(2)
(2)

B. Tray interface P.W.B.

(1)

(1)
(2)

(1)

(1)

E.2nd tray transport clutch


(2)

(1)

(2)
(3)

(2)
(1)

(1)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-16

F. 2nd tray transport roller

H. 2nd tray paper feed roller

(3)

(2)

(1)

(1)

(1)

(2)

G. 2nd tray paper feed clutch

I. Main motor

A
(2)
(1)

(2)

(3)

(1)

(1)

(3)
(2)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-17

J. I/F P.W.B.

L. Paper empty sensor


(2)

(2)
(3)
(3)

(2)

(2)
(1)
(1)

(2)

M. Paper feed roller

K. Paper entry sensor

(1)

(1)

(2)

*
(1)

When removing the paper feed roller, operate the paper feed clutch
with SIM 6-1, and keep the paper feed roller down as shown in the
figure above for operation.

(2)
(3)

AR-M205 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 11-18

[12]FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE


1.Preparation

3) PC side:
Boot the maintenance program. Select the model icon.

Write the download data (the file with the extension dwl) to the main body
of AR-M205/M160.
Necessary files for download
Maintenance.exe (Maintenance software)
ProcPegasus.mdl
ProcPegasus.ini
ProcPegasus.fmt
Pegasus.inf
Usbscan.sys
Download file:***.dwl
<Note>
The Download file(***.dwl ) and the like that are to be downloaded
should be copied, in advance, into folders that have a maintenance
program.
When creating a folder for a maintenance tool in the PC, be sure that no
lengthy folder name is included in the path.
(Example)
Incorrect c:\Maintenance Download Tool
Correct c:\Maintenance\Downtool

<Sample display>
4) PC side:
Confirm that the "Simulation Command List" tree is displayed on the
maintenance program.
5) PC side:
When the message "the main body has not got started running" is
displayed on the lowest area of the figure below after the
"maintenance program" is started up, select the "File" and then
"Reconnect" in the menu bar.

2.Download procedure
1) Main body side:
Executable by performing the Service Simulation No. 49-01 (Flash
Rom program-writing mode).
(A word "d" appears on the operation panel to denote the download
mode status. )
2) Connect the PC and the main body with the download cable
(USB cable).
(Be sure to use a USB cable for connection. USB2.0 of the AR-EB7
is not applicable.)

6) PC side:
Confirm a tree is displayed under the "Special (MCU/IMC2/FAX)" on
the maintenance program". (If no tree is displayed, confirm that the
USB is connected and select the "Reconnect" (the above 5) again.)

AR-M205 FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE 12-1

7) PC side:
Double click "Special (MCU/MCU2/FAX)" in the main tree item to
develop the sub tree items, and double click "DWL Download" in the
sub tree items.

12) After-process: Terminate the maintenance program, and turn on the


power of the main body.
After the download (data transmission) has been completed, exit the
software program. The USB cable can be removed at this point.
NOTE:
For making a second connection with another machine, select the "File"
and "Reconnect" in the menu bar on the maintenance program at the
time of the USB being re-connected. Repeat the previous procedures
from the above 5).

8) PC side:
Specify the download file (*.dwl).

* Forbidden actions while downloading (Important)


Failure in the download concerned may not allow you to conduct the
subsequent download procedures. Added care should be taken to avoid
having the situation below arise while downloading.
Switching off the main body of AR-M205/M160.
Disconnecting the download cable (USB cable).
9) PC side:
The download file is specified, download is automatically performed.
The "Automatic paper selection" lamp and "Start" lamp will blink
approximately 15 seconds after the download file is specified.
10) PC side:
When the message below is displayed, download is completed.
Completion message: DOWNLOAD COMPLETED

* If the above inhibit item occurs during downloading:


Turn OFF and ON the power.
1) If "d" (which means downloading) is displayed on the operation
panel LED of the machine, perform downloading again.
2) If "d" (which means downloading) is not displayed on the operation
panel LED of the machine, turn OFF the power, and press and hold
the ZOOM(%) key and the AUDIT CLEAR key and turn ON the
power. If, then, "d" (which means downloading) is displayed on the
operation panel LED of the machine, perform downloading again.
If "d" is still not displayed, the MCU must be replaced.

3. Installation procedure
A. USB joint maintenance program installation
The driver is installed by plug and play.

B. Installation procedure on Windows XP

NOTE (Important):
Be sure that the power is not turned off and the USB cable is not
removed until the word "OFF" appears.
11) Main body side:
Wait until the word "OFF" appears on the operation panel.
The appearance of "OFF" indicates the completion of the download
(writing into ROM).
Turn the power off.

1) Machine side:
Executable by performing the Service Simulation No. 49-01 (Flash
Rom program-writing mode).
(A word "d" appears on the operation panel to denote the download
mode status. )
2) Connect the machine and the PC with a USB cable.
(Be sure to use a USB cable for connection. USB2.0 of the AR-EB7
is not applicable.)

AR-M205 FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE 12-2

3) Check that the following display is shown.


Select "Install from a list or the specific location" and press the NEXT
button.

6) Check that the path to the folder which includes the maintenance tool
driver (Pegasus.inf) is shown, and press the NEXT button.

7)) Check that the following display is shown. Press the Continue Anyway
button.
4) Select "Include this location in the serch". If the retrieval area does
not include the folder which includes the maintenance tool driver
(Pegasus.inf), select "Browse"
If the folder path is properly shown, press the NEXT button to go to
procedure 7).

8) When installation is completed, the following display is shown.


Press the Finish button.

5) Select the folder which includes the maintenance tool driver


(Pegasus.inf), and press the OK button.
(When the driver is included in the "C:\Pegasus" folder:)

The installation procedure (on Windows XP) is completed with the above
operation.

C. Installation procedure on Windows 2000


1) Machine side:
Executable by performing the Service Simulation No. 49-01 (Flash
Rom program-writing mode).
(A word "d" appears on the operation panel to denote the download
mode status. )
2) Connect the machine and the PC with a USB cable.
(Be sure to use a USB cable for connection. USB2.0 of the AR-EB7
is not applicable.)

AR-M205 FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE 12-3

3) Check that the new hardware search wizard is shown. Press the
NEXT button.

7) Specify the folder which includes the maintenance tool driver


(Pegasus.inf), and press the OPEN button.
Check that the path to the folder which includes the maintenance tool
driver (Pegasus.inf) is properly displayed, and press the OK button.
(When the maintenance tool driver is included in the folder of
"D:\Pegasus")

4) Select "Serch for a suitable driver for my device" and press the NEXT
button.

8) Press the NEXT button, and installation is started.

5) Select "Specify a location" and press the NEXT button.

10) When installation is completed, the following display is shown.


Press the Finish button.

6) Press the "Browse" button. Specify the folder which includes the
maintenance tool driver (Pegasus.inf)

The installation procedure of the joint maintenance program on Windows


2000 is completed with the above operation.

AR-M205 FLASH ROM VERSION UP PROCEDURE 12-4

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-1

LVC1284

Driver

CPU INTERRUPT
SPPD
CPU I/O
RTH DRST

Other Inputs

MCU-PWB

SFMT0/1/2/3

SFTHP

Driver

SDRAM
SilM 16Mbyte
Dup 32Mbyte

/MMRDY

Driver

HC151

3.3V

Mirror Motor

Driver

(296pin)

Zebra2 ASIC

Lamp
Inverter

CCFL

D[15:0]

A[19:1]

LCX16374

LSU
(Leopard)
Polygon
Motor

/VIDEO
S/H
APCSTT
/SYNC

Reset IC

3.3V

L1,2
W0,1,2,3

8Kbyte
EEPROM
CRUM

I2C Bus

POWER SUPPLY

POWER FAN

/POFF,HL,PR
FW
3.3V,5VEN,5V,24V

HVU
TC,GRID,MC,
BIAS

OA982

JTAG

Flash ROM

P-Bus

/CV_COPY
/CV_COUNT,/CV_START,/CV_CA,
/CV_DPX,/CV_SIZE0,1,2,3

LED

START KEY

HC151

5V

LC7935AN

5V

OPU PWB

ADRS
Latch

KEY

LED

7seg LED

2nd CASSETTE
Feed SOL , Pick up SOL
CASSETTE DETECTION,
PAPER DETECTION,
PAPER PASS DETECTION,
DOOR DETECTION

SDRAM

DIMM SOCKET

ERDH PWB

COIN VENDOR/AUDITOR

OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
OP-BEO SELIN1,2,3
KIN1
SCAN1-6
PSW
PSL,ONL

FSOL
PSOL
Y1
SELIN1,2,3

UART

SPMT0/1/2/3

CPU CLK(19.6608MHz)

SSCG

CPU
H8S/2320
(19.6608MHz)

Software Reset

8
8
UART

Selector

/SPFCOVER,PAPER,Sensor
SPFOPEN,/SPFOUT

PMCLK(2078.74(Hz))

8Mbit

Driver

SPFCLH,SPFGSOL Driver
SPFPSOL,SPFRSOL

IMAGEBUS(PI-Bus)
IMAGEBUS(PO-Bus)

HOME
POSITION
SENSOR

RSPF
SPFMOTOR

2Mb(1Mb*2)
SRAM
Flash ROM

MHPS
CLON

DC-DC

0 - 24V

PWM

12V,5V,3.3V

8bits(MSB/LSB)

ADCCLK,SYNCH,
BSAMP,VSAMP
SDI,SCLK,LOAD,OBE
MODE
LVTTL

16bit
s

AD

3.3V

Main Motor Toner Motor

Scanner CLK(48MHz)

Printer CLK(20.3094MHz)

USB I/F

IEEE 1284 I/F

MPFS,RRS,
SGS,SRRC,SPUS,SPPS,
VFMCNT,VFM,MPFS,CPFS2,
CPFS1

Other Loads

Sensor
Shifter
MOTOR

SHIFTER

DUPLEX

U
PDIUSBP11AD
S
B
1
.
1 RIC
Download

I/F PWB
I
E
E
E
1
2
8
4

CCD Driver

B/W AFE(AD9826 or AD9822)


A
M
C
R
G
P
D
G
C
X
S
B

Reg A5V

/MMD

5V

CCD
(TCD2704)

12V

TM+,TM-

12V

MM_AI0/AI1/PH_A
MM_BI0/BI1/PH_B

CCD PWB

PMD

Scanner Unit

NET2270
or
ISP1581

[13] ELECTRICAL SECTION

1.Block diagram
USB2.0
High-speed

2.Circuit descriptions

c. IEEE1284 circuit

A. Main PWB (MCU)

The IEEE1284 driver is used to perform interface between the ASIC


(engine) and the host.

(1) Operation circuit


IEEE1284

a. General

driver

The operation circuit is composed of the key matrix circuit and the display matrix circuit.
b. Key matrix circuit
Select signals SELIN 1 - 3 are sent from the CPU of the MCU to the
selector in the operation circuit.
The signals detecting OFF/ON of the key are sent to the CPU as KIN 1 2.
c. Display circuit
The display is controlled by sending the data signal from the CPU of the
MCU, the clock signals, and the latch signals from the ASIC to the LED
driver in the operation circuit.

(2) I/F circuit


a. General
The I/F circuit is composed of the USB driver and the IEEE1284 driver,
and performs hard interface with the ASIC (MCU PWB).
b. USB circuit
With the USB driver, the differential signals (analog) of USB are
converted into digital signal, which are sent to the ASIC. In the reverse
procedure, interface between the ASIC (engine) and the host is performed.

Centronics
connector

ASIC
IC403

(3) Carriage unit


a. General
The carriage unit is provided with the CCD PWB, the inverter PWB, and
the lamps. It scans documents and transfers AD-converted image data to
the ASIC.
b. CCD PWB
The CCD on the CCD PWB employs the color image sensor uPD8861 of
5400 pixels x 3 lines, and scans documents in the main scanning
direction in the resolution of 600dpi/US letter size.
Image data scanned by the CCD are inputted to the AFE (AD9826), and
subject to CDS, amplification, and AD-conversion. Then digital data are
outputted to the MCU PWB and to the ASIC, which performs image
process of the digital data.
c. Lamp inverter PWB
The transformer is controlled by the lamp control signal from the MCU
PWB. The transformer output controls lighting of the cool cathode ray
tube.

D+
USB
connector

USB driver
IC401

ASIC

D-

OE, RCV, VP, VM


Suspend, VMO
VPO

B. DC power circuit
The DC power circuit directly rectifies the AC power and performs switching-conversion with the DC/DC converter circuit, and rectifies and smoothes
again to generate a DC voltage.
The constant voltage control circuit is of +5VEN. +24V are of the non-control system by winding from the +5VEN winding. As shown in fig (1), +24V, and
+5V are provided with the ON/OFF function by external signals. +3.3V is outputted from +5VEN to the regulator IC. Refer to the block diagram, fig (1).

fig (1) Block diagram

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-2

(1) Noise filter circuit

(3) Inverter and control circuit (Flyback converter system)

The filter circuit is composed of L and C. It reduces common noises and


normal mode noises generated from the AC line.
The common noise means that generated in each line for GND. Its noise
component is delivered through C001, C003, and C007 to GND.
The normal noise means that overlapped in the AC line or the output line.
It is attenuated by C002, L001, C006, and L002. Refer to fig (2).

fig (4) Inverter and control circuit

fig (2) Noise filter circuit

(2) Rush current prevention circuit and rectifying/


smoothing circuit

This circuit is one-stone separate excitation DC-DC converter called


flyback converter, as shown in fig (4).
When an electromotive voltage of IC is applied through D012, R005, and
R006 to IC002, IC002 oscillates to conduct Q001.
As a result, a voltage is applied to the primary winding of the converter
transformer (T001) and at the same time a voltage is generated in the
driving winding of IC002 to operate IC002. Then IC002 turns ON/OFF
Q001 at the frequency of about 70KHz determined by R016.
Under the ON state, the voltage in the secondary winding is reversed to
the diode D103 and no current flows through the secondary winding of
T001.
Under the OFF state, the current flowing through the primary winding is
in the same direction as the primary winding, conducting D103 and
transmitting energy to the secondary winding. Refer to fig (4).

fig (3) Rush current prevention, rectifying/smoothing circuit


fig (3) Rush current prevention, rectifying/smoothing circuit Since the AC
power is directly rectified, if there were not this rush current prevention
resistor (TH001), an extremely large rush current would flow due to a
charging current flowing through the smoothing capacitor C010 when
turning on the power.
To prevent against this, the rush current prevention resistor TH001 is
provided between the rectifying diode D002 and the smoothing diode
C010, suppressing a rush current.
The rectifying/smoothing circuit rectifies a 50/60Hz AC voltage with the
rectifying circuit, and smoothes it with the smoothing capacitor C010.

fig (5) Operation waveform of the flyback converter

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-3

The control circuit is subject to negative feedback from the secondary


side as shown in fig (4). A photo coupler (PC002) is employed to insulate
between the primary side and the secondary side to feed back the
control signal to the primary side.
When the output voltage is increased by energy transmission from T001,
the voltage detected by R109 and R111 is compared with the reference
voltage of IC102. When it exceeds the reference voltage, the current
flowing through IC102 (that is, the photo diode current of PC002) is
increased and transmitted to the primary side. Then the potential at the
feedback pin (2 pin) of IC102 is decreased to control Q001. Therefore,
the change in the output voltage on the secondary side is passed
through IC102 and PC002 to control Q001, stabilizing the output voltage.

(4) Overcurrent protection circuit (Primary side)


The inverter circuit of the primary side is connected with the current
detection resistor R012. When an overcurrent occurs in the secondary
side, the current flowing through the primary side inverter Q001 is
increased. The current is detected by R012, and passed through R013 to
IC002 overcurrent restricting pin (3 pin) to turn OFF Q002, shutting off all
power. To resupply the power, turn off and on the power. Refer to fig (4).

(5) Rectifying/smoothing circuit (+5V)

fig (6) Rectifying/smoothing circuit


The high frequency pulse generated by the inverter circuit is decreased
by the converter transformer, rectified by the high frequency diode D103,
and smoothed by C103 and C104.

fig (7) +5V rectifying/smoothing circuit voltage waveform

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-4

GP1S58(O)

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-5


SRU

DEV UN

MAIN
TONER
MOTOR MOTOR

FFC

HAND PAPER PICK


UP SOLENOID

13FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)
(RED)

PAPER IN
SENSOR

PS SOL

2nd CASETTE

CASSETTE
DEHUMIDIFIER
HEDATER

Option

B3B-PH-K-R
(RED)

DEHUMIDIFIER
HEATER PWB

MC

Option

AUDITOR

REACTOL

230V ONLY

BC

TC

3P TERMINAL
230V ONLY

COOLING FUN

B4B-PH-K-S B3B-PH-K-S
(WHITE)
(WHITE)

AC Cord

B03P-VL
(WHITE)

MCFB

IEEE1284

USB1.1

BD-PWB

B02-XL-HDB
(WHITE)

AC SW

POLYGON
MOTOR
APC-PWB

GRID

DEHUMIDIFIER
HEATER SW

POWER PWB

Bias

HVU

USB2.0

B18B-PHDSS-B
(WHITE)

Side Cover SW

Option

B26B-PHDSS-B
(WHITE)

B12B-PHDSS-B
(WHITE)

B2B-PH-K
(WHITE)

B4B-PH-K-R
(RED)

CASETTE EMPTY
SENSOR
HAND PAPER EMPTY
SENSOR
Front Cover SW

CASETTE SWITCH
SENSOR

PICK UP SOL

B4B-PH-K-S
(WHITE)

B2B-XH-A-R

B3B-PH-K-R
(RED)

FFC

22FE-BT-VK-N
X2
(WHITE)

B4B-PH-K-S B4B-PH-K-BL
(BLACK)
(WHITE)

08FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)

35FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)

B2B-XH-A-BK
(BLACK)
B2B-XH-A-S
(WHITE)

B3B-PH-K-S
B13B-PH-K-S
(WHITE)
(WHITE)
B3B-PH-K-BK
B2P-VH
B3P-VH
(BLACK)
(WHITE)
(WHITE)

B20B-PHDSS-B
(WHITE)

B3B-PH-K-R
(RED)

E-SORT

FFC

I/F

LSU

B7B-PH-K-S
(RED)

HEATER LAMP

THERMISTER

DUP MOTOR

COIN VENDER

B3B-PH-K-BK
(BLACK)
B5B-PH-K-S B3B-PH-K-S
B6B-PH-K-S
(WHITE)
(WHITE)
(WHITE) 1-171825-2

B3B-PH-K-SX
2
(WHITE)

FUSER

DRUM INISAL SW

MODEL W/O SHIFTER

MCU-PWB

FE4-32-S1505
(BLACK)

SUB-D 25

SPF GROUND WIRE


ORIGINAL TRAY HARNESS
SENSOR HARNESS

SPF UN

GP1S58(C)

Mirror HP
SENSOR

22FE-BT-VK-N
x2
(WHITE)

Option

DUP
SENSOR

24FMN-BTRK-A
(BLACK)

COOLING
FUN
Option

B4B-PH-K-S
(WHITE)
04FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)

FFC

COOLING
FUN

13FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)

PAPER OUT
SENSOR

COPY LAMP

CCD PWB

MIRROR
DEHUMIDIFIER
HEATER

Option

35FE-BT-VK-N
(WHITE)

MODEL WITH SHIFTER

FFC

FFC

Mirror MOTOR

OPTICAL BASE PLATE

FFC

COOLING
FUN

COOLING
FUN

SHIFTER HP
SENSOR

GP1A71A1(O)

IMSA-9610S24C
(BLACK)

SHIFTER
MOTOR

COPY OP PWB

OPERETION PANEL

(O) Normal Open :Low


(C) Normal Close :High

3.Actual wiring diagram

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 1/7

PM PWB

GY
LB
OR

OR
LB
PL
BR
PK
GY
LB
OR
LB
GY

1
2
3
4
5

P-GND
P-GND
/MMRDY
/MMD
N.C
P-GND
SW24V
SW24V

08FE-BT-VK-N

PL
BR
PK
GY
RD

<HAND
OR
PL
GY

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-6

3
1
2

1
2

OR

PL<CASETTE

CASETTE SWITCH
PWB

15778-2
GASETTE
GND

15778-2
5V
DRUM

SWITCH HANESS>

1
2

<CASETTE EMPTY SENSOR HANESS>

PL
GY
OR

CASETTE EMPTY SENSOR


PWB

175767-3
LEDPIN
PIN
GND

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ENPTY SENSOR HARNESS>

<PEPAR IN SENSOR HANESS>

PL
GY
GY

PAPER IN SENSOR
PWB

175767-3
LEDPIN
3
1
PIN
2
GND

PICK UP SOL

PS SOL

B3B-PH-K-S
LEDHPEMPTY 1
HPEMPTY 2
3
GND

HAND PAPER EMPTY SENSOR PWB

177622-5
/PMCLK
/PMRDY
/PMD
P-GND
24V

B3B-PH-K-S
GND 3
/SYNC 2
+5V 1

MAIN MOTOR PWB

LSU UNIT

BPC

APC

B10B-PH-K-S
+5V 4
/SYNC 5
/VIDEO 6
/SAMP 7
APCSTT 8
GND 9
SELECT 10
+5V 3
/SYNC 2
GND 1
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

OR
LB
PL
BR
PK
GY
LB
PL
BR
PK
GY
RD

GY

OR

OR
PL
GY

OR
PL
GY

BL

BL

RD

RD

LEDPIN
PIN
GND

LEDCPEMPTY
CPEMPTY
GND

CASETTE
N.C.
GND

1
2
2

5V
N.C.
DRUM

CN31(B3B-PH-K-K)

1
2
3

CN14(B3B-PH-K-S)

1
2
3

CN18(B3B-PH-K-K)

1
2
3

CN20(B3B-PH-K- RD)

1 24V
2 /CPSOL

CN22(B2B-XH-S)

CN23(B2B-XH-RD)
1 24V
2 /PSRSOL

OR CN17(B4B-PH-K-S)
PL 1 LEDHPEMPTY
2 HPEMPTY
3 N.C
GY 4 GND

CN24(08FE-BT-VK-N)
1 P-GND
2 P-GND
3 /MMRDY
4 /MMD
5 GND
6 P-GND
7 SW24V
8 SW24V

CN2(B12B-PHDSS-S)
INT5V
1
LB 2
/SYNC
PL 3
/VIDEO
BR 4
SHOLD
PK 5
APCSTT
GY 6
GND
LB 7
GND
PL 8
/PMCLK_A
BR 9
/PMRDY
PK 10 /PMD
GY 11 P-GND
RD 12 24V

<LSU HARNESS>OR

<DRAM INISAL SWITCH HANESS>


(CRU ONLY)

(FFC)
<MAIN MOTOR HARNESS>

(FFC)

<BD HARNESS>

BU12P-TR-P-H
OR 1 SW5V
LB 2 /SYNC
PL 3 /VIDEO
BR 4 SHOLD
PK 5 APCSTT
GY 6
GND
LB 7
GND
PL 8 /PMCLK_A
BR 9 /PMRDY
PK 10 /PMD
GY 11 P-GND
RD 12 24V

P-GND
VFNOUT
/VFMCNT
P-GND
24V
SFTDB
/SFTDB
SFTDA
SFTHP
/SFTDA
5V
D-GND
P-GND

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

CN26(13FE-BT-VK-N)

CN16 (B3B-PH-K-S)
VFMOUT 1
/VFMCNT 2
P-GND 3

VFMOUT 1
/VFMCNT 2
P-GND 3

CN15 (B3B-PH-K-S)

TONER MOTOR

<TRAY UNIT HARNESS>

PL
GY
OR

B3B-PH-K-*
5V
POUT
GND

B3B-PH-K-*
5V
PDPX
GND

13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
P-GND
VFMOUT
/VFNCNT
P-GND
24V
SFTDB
/SFTDB
SFTDA
SFTHP
/SFTDA
5V
D-GND
P-GND

CN1(13FE-BT-VK-N)

3
4
5
6

CN5(B3B-PH-K- *)
VFMOUT
1
/VFMCNT
2
P-GND
3

CN4(B3B-PH-K- *)
1
VFMOUT
/VFMCNT
2
P-GND
3

CN2(B3B-PH-K-K)
1
LEDVCC
SFTHP
2
GND
3

SFTMA
SFTMB
/SFTMA
/SFTMB

GY
GY

SHIFTER HP SENSOR

SHIFTER MOTOR

SFTHP
GND

MODEL WITH SHIFTER

INTERNAL
COOLING FAN

INTERNAL
COOLING FAN

GY 2
GY 3

PWB
<SHIFTER HP
B3B-PH-K-*
OR SENSOR HANESS>
OR
1 5V

INTERNAL COOLING FAN

INTERNAL COOLING FAN

MODEL W/O SHIFTER

PAPER OUT SENSOR


PWB

DUP SENSOR
PWB

PAPER EXIT INTERFACECN3(B6B-PH-K-R)


24V
1
PWB
24V
2

1
2
3

OR 1
PL
2
GY
3

<COOLING FUN HARNESS>

<DUPLEX/P-OUT SENSOR/COOLING FUN


INTERFACE
HARNESS >

BK

BK

CN19 (B6B-PH-K-S)
OR
5V 1
PDPX 2 PL
GND 3 GY
5V 4 PL
POUT 5 GY
GND 6 OR

CN30(B2P-VH)
TMA_O 1
TMB_O 2

MCU PWB

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 2/7

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-7

MIRROR MOTOR

Mirror HP SENSOR PWB

COPY LAMP
UNIT

CCD PWB

CN1(FF4-32-S15D5)
GND
1
MODE
2
AFE DB0
3
AFE DB1
4
AFE DB2
5
AFE DB3
6
AFE DB4
7
AFE DB5
8
AFE DB6
9
AFE DB7
10
AFE_SCK 11
GND
12
ADCLK
13
AFE_SEN 14
CCD_PHI1 15
GND
16
CCD PHI2 17
AFE_SD1
18
CCD_CP
19
BSAMP
20
CCD_RS
21
GND
22
CCD_TG
23
VSAMP
24
GND
25
3.3V
26
5VEN
27
GND
28
12V
29
12V
30
GND
31
GND
32

<COPY LAMP HARNESS>

<CCD HARNESS>

(FFC)

(FFC)

<SCANNER HP SENSOR HARNESS>

OPTICAL UNIT

PGND
PGND
CLON
VCL

CN12
1
2
3

(B4B-PH-S)
OUT_A +
OUT_B +
OUT_A OUT_B -

CN10(B3B-PH-K-R)
1
LEDMHPS
MHPS
2
3
GND

1
2
3
4

CN8(04FE-BT-VK-N)

CN5(FF4-32-S15D4)
32 GND
31 MODE
30 AFE DB0
29 AFE DB1
28 AFE DB2
27 AFE DB3
26 AFE DB4
25 AFE DB5
24 AFE DB6
23 AFE DB7
22 AFE_SCK
21 GND
20 ADCLK
19 AFE_SEN
18 CCD_PHI1
17 GND
16 CCD PHI2
15 AFE_SD1
14 CCD_CP
13 BSAMP
12 CCD_RS
11 GND
10 CCD_TG
9
VSAMP
8
GND
7
3.3V
6
5VEN
5
GND
4
12V
3
12V
2
GND
1
GND

CN9 (SUB-D 25)


24V 1
24V 2
/SPFMODB 3
/SPFMODA 4
SPFMODA 5
SELIN3B 6
SELIN2B 7
PDOWNA 8
SPFRSOL 9
SPFPSOL 10
P-GND 11
D-GND 12
D-GND 13
P-GND 14
YSPF 15
/SPFCOVER 16
SPFMODB 17
SPFOPEN 18
/SPFOUT 19
SELIN1B 20
SPFCLH 21
SPFGSOL 22
PDOWNB 23
5V 24
PAPER 25

CN1(24FMN-BTRK-A)
D-GND 1
PSW 2
SCAN6 3
SCAN5 4
SCAN4 5
SCAN3 6
SCAN2 7
SCAN1 8
SELIN3 9
SELIN2 10
SELIN1 11
KEYIN 12
5V 13
5V 14
BZR 15
5VEN 16
PSL 17
OP-CLK 18
OP-LATCH 19
OP-DATA 20
OP-STB 21
ONL 22
D-GND 23
D-GND 24

MCU PWB
4

1
2
3

/SPFOUT
(PAPER EXIT SENSOR)

1
2
3

SPFOPEN
(BOOK SENSOR)

SPF CLH

<SPF HARNESS>

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

D-GND
PSW
SCAN6
SCAN5
SCAN4
SCAN3
SCAN2
SCAN1
SELIN3
SELIN2
SELIN1
KEYIN
5V
5V
BZR
5VEN
PSL
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
OP-STB
ONL
D-GND
D-GND

24V1
N.C
/CLH

SGND
SPFOPEN
5V

1
2
3

SGND
/SPFOUT
5V

CN2
B3B-PH-K-K

1
2
3

CN1
B3B-PH-K-R

1
2
3

CN7
B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

A
/A
/B
B
N.C.
24V1
24V1

CN3
B7B-PH-K-S

CN4
B2B-PH-K-S
24V1 1
/GSOL 2

/RSOL 10
24V1 12

SGND 18
PULL UP 8
PAPER 19

L2 13
SGND 17

5V 2
L1 15
SGND 16
5V 4

/PSOL 6
24V1 11

W2 9
W3 3
SPFCOVER 20
SGND 14

CN6 (B20B-PHDSS)
W0 5
5V 1
W1 7

OP PWB
CN1(IMSA-9610S-24C)

CN5 (B26B-PHDSS)
25
24V
26
24V
6 SPFMODB
18 /SPFMODA
16 SPFMODA
7
SELIN3B
5
SELIN2B
20
PDOWNA
17 SPFRSOL
21 SPFPSOL
23
P-GND
9
D-GND
10
D-GND
24
P-GND
YSPF
11
2 /SPFCOVER
SPFMODB
4
12 SPFOPEN
/SPFOUT
14
SELIN1B
3
SPFCLH
19
SPFGSOL
15
22 PDOWNB
5V
13
PAPER
1
8
N.C

(FFC)

<OPERATION PANEL HARNESS>

1
2
3
B 4
N.C. 5
24V1 6
24V1 7

A
/A
/B

BU7P-TR-P-H

6
5
4
3
2
1

4
5
6
7

1
2
3

4
2
5

B
24V1
24V1

A
/A
/B

L2

L1

PLUSE
MOTOR

SPF PSOL

SPF PSOL

(PAPER ENTRY SENSOR)

PAPER

ORIGNAL TRAY

1
2
3

1
2
3

PAPER FEED UNIT

DSPF ONLY
3
1
6

SENSOR
PWB

SPF PSOL

24V1

B
N.C.
24V1

A
/A
/B

B7B-PH-K-S
1
2
3

1 SPFRSOL 1
24V1 2
2
SMR-02V-N

SMP-02V-BC

BU6P-TR-P-H
A 1
/A 2
/B 3
B 4
N.C. 5
24V1 6

BU2P-TR-P-H
1
SGND 1
2 SPFOPEN 2

7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 3/7

SPF INTERFACE
PWB

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

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-8

RD
PL
BR
GY

GY
RD
BR

PL
BR
PK
LB

GY
GY
GY
BL
OR
BL
OR
BR
PL
RD
BR
RD
GY
PK
LB
BR
GY
GY

RTH_IN 1
N.C 2
GND 3

CN25(B3B-PH-K-S)
(WHITE)

CN21(B2B-XH-K-K)
(BLACK)
24V 1
/HPSOL 2
2
1

DV BIAS 1
GND
BU02P-TR-P-H

/MC
/TC
GRIDL
BIAS
GND
INT24
TC_CONT

WH

CRUM

GY
GY
GY
BL
OR
BL
OR
BR
PL
RD
BR
RD
GY
PK
LB
BR
GY
GY

DV UNIT

#187
BC

CN*(B04P-VL)
1
HEATER(L)
2
N.C.
3
N.C.
WH 4
HEATER(N)
BK

P/S PWB(2/3)

<BC HARNESS>

<TC HARNESS>

#187
TC

CN101(B18B-PHDSS-B)
1
D-GND
2
P-GND
3
D-GND
4
3.3V
5VEN
5
6
3.3V
5V
7
8
/POFF
FW
9
10
24V
PR
11
12
24V
P-GND
13
14
HLOUT
15 PSFMOUT
16 /PSFMCNT
D-GND
17
P-GND
18

<GB/MCFB HARNESS>

<MC HARNESS>

<HL HARNESS>

TCS

RD

2
1

CN4(#187)
BC

N.C.
GRID

WH

PI8-FX-4P-DS
2
4
3
1

THERMISTER

HL

BK

#250
TC

51010-0811
8
1
2
5
6
3
4
7

#250

#250
MC

CN3(B3P-VH[BLACK])
MCFB 3 PK

HAND PAPER
PICK UP SOL

TSR-04V-K2GG
2 +5V
4 DEVID#
3 DEVCLK#
1 GND

52025-0811
8 DV BIAS
1 +24V
2 TONER
5 DEV
6 GND
3 N.C.
4 N.C.
7 N.C.

CN2(B02P-NV)
1 DV BIAS
2 GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

THERMOSTAT

<FUSING HARNESS>

#250

HAND PAPER PICK UP SOL


INTERFACE HARNESS

OR
LB
PK
GY

RD
RD
PL
BR
GY

PL
BR
PK
LB
GY
RD
BR

HVU PWB

CN1(B7B-PH-K-S)

<PS HARNESS>

<SRU HARNESS> (SRU ONLY)

<DEV HARNESS>

<THERMISTER HARNESS>

BK

BK

OR
PL

CN29(B4B-PH-K-K)
OR
SW5V/5V 1
LB
(EP_SDA) 2
PK
(EP_SCL) 3 GY
GND 4

CN27(B4B-PH-K-S)
+24V 1
TCS 2
DVSEL 3
P-GND 4

5VEN
3.3V
5V
/POFF
FW
24V
PR
24V
P-GND
HLOUT
PSFMOUT
/PFMCNT
D-GND
P-GND
N.C
/MC
/TC
GRIDL
BIAS
P-GND
INT24
TC_CONT

D-GND
P-GND
D-GND
3.3V

CN3(B26B-PHDSS-K-S)

MCU PWB

TC high voltage
Holder

Socket Holder

P/S PWB (1/2)

5
6

F-GND

CN001(B03P-VL)
LIVE 1
N.C. 2
NEUTRAL 3

CN102(B06P-VL)
PSFMOUT 1
/PSFMCNT 2
GND 3

N.C.
NEUTRAL
WH

CN004(B06P-VL)
LIVE 1 BK
N.C. 2
NEUTRAL 3 WH
LIVE 4 BK

<PS FAN HARNESS>

<AC SW HARNESS>

AC CODE

PS FUN

AC SW

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 4/7

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-9

CN24(B3P-VH)
24V A-1 RD
N.C. A-2
24V1(DSWS) A-3 RD

CN4(35FE-BT-VK-NA)
GND 1
GND 2
VCC3 3
SEVEN 4
SEVEN 5
USBIN 6
D_CONT 7
VPOUT 8
VMOUT 9
OEN 10
RCV 11
VPIN 12
VMIN 13
SUSPENO 14
PARAD0 15
PARAD1 16
PARAD2 17
PARAD3 18
PARAD4 19
PARAD5 20
PARAD6 21
PARAD7 22
/REV 23
/FAULT 24
/ACK 25
BUSY 26
PE 27
SLOT 28
/INIT
29
/SLCTIN 30
/AUTOFD 31
/STB 32
GDIN 33
GND 34
GND 35

MCU PWB

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

GND
GND
VCC3
SEVEN
SEVEN
USBIN
D_CONT
VPOUT
VMOUT
OEN
RCV
VPIN
VMIN
SUSPENO
PARAD0
PARAD1
PARAD2
PARAD3
PARAD4
PARAD5
PARAD6
PARAD7
/REV
/FAULT
/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLOT
/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
GDIN
GND
GND

IEEE1284

USB1.1

<SIDE COVER SWITCH HARNESS>

INTERFACE PWB

Front Side Cover SW

Side Cover SW

SW

SW

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 5/7

HEATER DH1

FSOL1

PSOL1

CSS1

DRS1

PPD1

CASS1

CNA(B22B-PHDSS-K-S)
24V 1
24V 2
(PSOL1) 3
(FSOL1) 9
(PSOL2) 4
(FSOL2) 19
(PSOL3) 17
(FSOL3) 21
P-GND 5
P-GND 6
D-GND 7
D-GND 8
Y1 11
Y2 10
Y3 22
SELIN1C 20
SELIN2C 12
SELIN3C 18
5V 13
5V 15
N.C. 14
N.C. 16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-10


CN32(B4B-PH-K-R)
+24V 1
N.C.
2
N.C.
3
/DHROFF 4

(/AUD_PNC) 1
(/AUD_COPY) 2
(/AUD_CA) 3
(AUD_READY) 4
(/AUD)
5
N.C.
6
F-GND 7
5V 8
N.C 9
FG 10
5V 11
GND 12
24V 13

CN35(B13B-PH-K-S)

CN37(1-171825-2)
24V 1
P-GND 2
/CV_COPY 3
(CV_COUNT) 4
(/CV_START) 5
(/CV_CA) 6
N.C.
7
(/CV_DPX) 8
(/CV_SIZE0) 9
(/CV_SIZE1) 10
(/CV_SIZE2) 11
(/CV_SIZE3) 12

SW HARNESS>

<DH PWB HARNESS>

AUDITOR
(OPTION)

COIN VENDER
(OPTION)

CN003(B02P-XL)
BK <DH
LIVE 3
N.C.
2 WH
NEUTRAL 1

PS PWB (3/3)

24V
24V
(PSOL1)
(FSOL1)
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
P-GND
P-GND
D-GND
D-GND
Y1
N.C
N.C
SELIN1C
SELIN2C
SELIN3C
5V
5V

CN36(B20B-PHDSS-K-S)

MCU PWB

(172074-1)
DH-L B
DH-N C
(172074-1)

DEHUMIDIFIER HEATER SW

+24V
DHROFF

(172074-7)
B L
C N
(172074-7)

1
2
1
2
3

L
N.C.
N

A-1
A-1 DH-L
A-2
A-2 DH-N
(XLR-02V)

1
2
3

L
N.C.
N

DEHUMIDIFIER HEATER PWB


(OPTION)
B-1 LIVE
B-2 NEUTRAL

2ND CASETTE UN

(XLP-02V)
B-1 DH-L
B-2 DH-N

<DH CASETTE HEARTER HARNESS>

LENS DEHUMIDIFIER HEATER


(OPTION)

MIRROR DEHUMIDIFIER HEATER


(OPTION)

A-1
A-2
(XLR-02V)

1st CASSETTE
DEHUMIDIFIER HEATER

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 6/7

CN**(22FE-BT-VK-N)
BOARD EDGE
GND
22
GND
21
3.3V
20
3.3V
19
5V
18
/ESDET
17
/SCLINE
16
/READY
15
14 PODATA0/
ESPRD
PODATA1
13
PODATA2
12
PODATA3
11
10 PODATA4
PODATA5
9
PODATA6
8
PODATA7
7
/POREQ
6
/POACK
5
/POCS
4
/ESSRDY
3
ESSTS
2
GND
1

CN34(22FE-BT-VK-N)
BOARD EDGE
GND 1
GND 2
3.3V 3
3.3V 4
5V
5
6
/ESDET
/SCLINE
7
8
/READY
PODATA0/
9
ESPRD
10
PODATA1
PODATA2 11
PODATA3 12
PODATA4 13
PODATA5 14
PODATA6 15
PODATA7 16
/POREQ 17
/POACK
18
/POCS
19
/ESSRDY 20
ESSTS 21
GND
22

IMC2 PWB
CN**(22FE-BT-VK-N)
GND
22
GND
21
3.3V
20
3.3V
19
/OP_RST
18
/PRLINE
17
/ESPAGE
16
/HSYNC
15
PIDATA0
14
PIDATA1
13
PIDATA2
12
PIDATA3
11
PIDATA4
10
PIDATA5
9
PIDATA6
8
PIDATA7
7
/PIREQ
6
/PIACK
5
/PIWT
4
/ESCRDY
3
ESCMD
2
GND
1

CN33(22FE-BT-VK-N)
GND 1
GND 2
3.3V
3
3.3V
4
/OP_RST 5
/PRLINE 6
/ESPAGE 7
/HSYNC 8
PIDATA0 9
PIDATA1 10
PIDATA2 11
PIDATA3 12
PIDATA4 13
PIDATA5 14
PIDATA6 15
PIDATA7 16
/PIREQ 17
/PIACK 18
/PIWT 19
/ESCRDY 20
ESCMD 21
GND 22

MCU PWB

ACTUAL WIRING DIAGRAM 7/7

AR-M205 ELECTRICAL SECTION 13-11

LEAD-FREE SOLDER
The PWBs of this model employs lead-free solder. The LF marks indicated on the PWBs and the Service Manual mean Lead-Free solder.
The alphabet following the LF mark shows the kind of lead-free solder.

Example:
<Solder composition code of lead-free solder>

Lead-Free

5mm

Solder composition
code (Refer to the
table at the right.)

Solder composition

Solder composition code

Sn-Ag-Cu

Sn-Ag-Bi
Sn-Ag-Bi-Cu

Sn-Zn-Bi

Sn-In-Ag-Bi

Sn-Cu-Ni

Sn-Ag-Sb

Bi-Sn-Ag-P
Bi-Sn-Ag

(1) NOTE FOR THE USE OF LEAD-FREE SOLDER THREAD


When repairing a lead-free solder PWB, use lead-free solder thread.
Never use conventional lead solder thread, which may cause a breakdown or an accident.
Since the melting point of lead-free solder thread is about 40C higher than that of conventional lead solder thread, the use of the exclusive-use
soldering iron is recommendable.

(2) NOTE FOR SOLDERING WORK


Since the melting point of lead-free solder is about 220C, which is about 40C higher than that of conventional lead solder, and its soldering capacity is
inferior to conventional one, it is apt to keep the soldering iron in contact with the PWB for longer time. This may cause land separation or may exceed
the heat-resistive temperature of components. Use enough care to separate the soldering iron from the PWB when completion of soldering is
confirmed.
Since lead-free solder includes a greater quantity of tin, the iron tip may corrode easily. Turn ON/OFF the soldering iron power frequently.
If different-kind solder remains on the soldering iron tip, it is melted together with lead-free solder. To avoid this, clean the soldering iron tip after
completion of soldering work.
If the soldering iron tip is discolored black during soldering work, clean and file the tip with steel wool or a fine filer.

q CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
CODE : 00ZARM205/C1/


DIGITAL COPIER

AR-200M Japan only


AR-160M Japan only
AR-M205 Except Japan
AR-M160 Except Japan
MODEL AR-5220 Except Japan
CONTENTS

1. MAIN PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ASIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Driver (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Driver (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Driver (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Noise filter/Pull-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connector (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Connector (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
100VAC (85 - 127V) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
120VAC (102 - 140V). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
220-240VAC (187 - 276V) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3. CCD PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
4. COPY OPE PWB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
5. I/F PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
6. SCAN OPE PWB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
7. TRAY PWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18



   !"#$"%&  '()*+,
-. 

!

Parts marked with "!" are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified
ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.




!"#$ SHARP CORPORATION
%
&'()*+",-

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

0.1u

C261

R21
10kF

1
2
3
4

T108

VCC3

R18
10kF

SPMT2/MIRCNT

(/SPFPOU
T#)
(SIN1)
(SIN2)
(SIN3)
(YSPF#)
(KEYIN)

C288 100p

C289 100p

NC
VCC
OUT
Cd

C290 100p

VCC3

C26
0.1u

M51957BFP

NC
IN
NC
GND

IC4

C291 100p

8
7
6
5

C24
1000p

C294 100p

C293 100p

RESETOUT2

C23
0.1u

T109

R19
10kJ

C292 100p

VCC3

T487

/CS1
/CS0

PSL
/CS3
/CS2

SPMT1
SPMT0

/SCANSP
/SCANST
/TRANSST
PMCLK
SPMT3

TCCNT

RTH

R24
10kJ

/CS1
/CS0

/CS3
/CS2

13

12

T56

T68

T54

T62

T66

T76

11

74LCX08

IC5D

VCC3

7 4LCX08

IC5A

(RP)#
VCC3

T61

T64

T74

T50

T59

T63

T24

R20
47J

R23
47J

T110

T112

CPUNRST

RP

T71

4
3
2
1
T26

C28
100p

C25
100p

1
2
3
4

T28

P2010/PLL701-01

BR7
100Jx4

T53

LWR 8

CPUNRST

T70

C283
12p

R22 8
N.M.

T58

ESSTS
ESCMD
/ESSRDY
/ESCRDY

/SCANSP
/SCANST
/TRANSST
PMCLK
SPMT3
SPMT2/MIRCNT
SPMT1
SPMT0

T113

RESETOUT2

R22
10kJ

RESETOUT1

0J

0J

1
5
/RD 6
/HWR 7

R6

R5

(2-A2) (3-A2)
/RD
(3-A2) /HWR
(2-A2) (3-A3)
/LWR
(4-C3) SELIN3
(4-C3) SELIN2
(4-C3) SELIN1

C2
0.1u

VCC3

VDD
Xin
SR0
Xout
MODOUT FS0
SSon
Vss

T111

103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

IC2

T34
T37

C3

0J

22p

AVcc
Vref
P40/AN0
P41/AN1
P42/AN2
P43/AN3
P44/AN4
P45/AN5
P46/AN6/DA0
P47/AN7/DA1
AVss
Vss
P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD
P16/PO14/TIOCA2
P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC
P14/PO12/TIOCA1
P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB
P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA
P11/PO9/TIOCB0/DACK1
P10/PO8/TIOCA0/DACK0
MD0
MD1
MD2
PG0/CAS
PG1/CS3
PG2/CS2

T31

R2

/ASIC_RST

/OP_RST

T4
N.M

R4

R7

T40

12p

C6

T16
22J

N.M

X1
HC-49U/S (19.6608MHz)

R3
1

IC1

8
7
6
5

T6
1
1

T7

T5

RESETOUT1

C1
22p

T46

T15

T12
1

T3

R1
N.M.

T21

T27

T25

T23

T22

T42

CPUNRST

HD6412321VF25(H8S/2321)

/VIDEO

(2-D1)

1
1
1

VCC3

T78

T97

T90

T83

T77

1
1

T84

1
1

T488

C27
0.1u

T92

T85

1
T103
T105

T98

T91

T79

74LCX08

IC5B

T489

A20

T114

C272
270p

T100

R227
0J

T93

T86

T107

T106

T104

T99

T80

T38

T32

C5
100p

BR2
10kJx4

C4
100p

T41

BR1
10kJx4

VCC3

1
1

1
1

8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1

CPU

14

14

100Jx4
8
7
6
5
BR58
1
2
3
4
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4

1
1

CPUCLK(NC)

100J
8100Jx4
7
6
5
R235
A5
A6 BR57 1
2
A7
3
A8
4
A9
A10
A11
A12

VCC3

64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39

T81
T82

9
10

T88

T72

T75

T94

T69

T73

T95

8
74LCX08

IC5C

R231
N.M

T115

VCC3

T67

T57

T51

T60

T55

CPU3.3

10kJ

R202

A[19..0] (2-A1) (3-A3)

T87

H8S/2321

P35/SCK1
P34/SCK0
P33/RxD1
P32/RxD0
P31/TxD1
P30/TxD0
VCC
PD7/D15
PD6/D14
PD5/D13
PD4/D12
Vss
PD3/D11
PD2/D10
PD1/D9
PD0/D8
PE7/D7
PE6/D6
PE5/D5
PE4/D4
Vss
PE3/D3
PE2/D2
PE1/D1
PE0/D0
VCC

T65

T101

R226
0J

T490

R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17

BR13
10kJx4

C271
N.M.

T48

BR14
10kJx4

R8

RY/BY

(/VIDEO)

0J
0JT89
0J
0J T96
0J
T102
0J
0J

T47

10kJ

TxD1 (9-B3)

D3
D2
D1
D0

D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4

D15
D14
D13
D12

DMT0
DMT1
DMT2
DMT3
/PRINTST(5-B2)
POFF (5-B1)
RESETOUT2
/OBEN
D_CONT
ONL
RY/BY (3-B2)

/CS4

For Debug

ARB_INT
(FW)
/CPUSYNC
(MHPS)
CCD_TG
(SPFPAPER#)
(PSW)

C8
0.1u

DEVDIR

ARB_INT
(FW)
/CPUSYNC
(MHPS)
CCD_TG
(SPFPAPER#)
(PSW)

T43

T13

T35

D11
D10
D9
D8

T18

T39

T44

E0
E1
E2
VSS

1
2
3
4

10kJ

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

10kJx4

BR11

10kJx4

BR9

10kJx4

BR6

10kJx4

BR3

CPU3.3

For CRUM

24WC04 or HT24LC04

VCC
WC
SCL
SDA

IC3

R9

8
7
6
5

T10

T29

D3
D2
D1
D0

SDA

SCL

VCC3

T8

D[15..0] (2-A2) (3-A1)

(YIN)

(USBIN)

VCC3

D7
D6
D5
D4

D15
D14
D13
D12
1

1.MAIN PWB

14

8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4

102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88 1
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65

1
1
1

P53/ADTRG
P52/SCK2
Vss
Vss
P51/RxD2
P50/TxD2
PF0/BREQ
PF1/BACK
PF2/LCAS/ WAIT/BREQO
PF3/LWR
PF4/HWR
PF5/RD
PF6/AS
VCC
PF7/0
Vss
EXTAL
XTAL
VCC
STBY
NMI
RES
WDTOVF
P20/PO0/TIOCA3
P21/PO1/YICOB3
P22/PO2/TIOCC3
P23/PO3/TIOCD3
P24/PO4/TIOCA4
P25/PO5/TIOCB4
P26/PO6/TIOCA5
P27/PO7/TIOCB5
P63/TEND1
P62/DREQ1
P61/TEND0/CS5
Vss
Vss
P60/DREQ0/CS4
Vss
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19

1
1

1
1
N.M.
C16

100p
C285

1
1

T11

T17

T30

T14

T19

T33

T45

T52

C9
10u/16V

1
2
3
4

10kJx4

BR15

10kJx4

BR12

10kJx4

BR10

10kJx4

BR8

10kJx4

10kJx4
BR5

BR4

5
6
7
8

8
7
6
5

5
6
7
8

5
6
7
8

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

VCC3

1/9

VCC3

L1
ZJSR5101-223

4
3
2
1

1
2
3
4

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1

T20 1
2
3
4
1

T36

/ESSRDY
ESCMD

/PRINTST
/TRANSST
/SCANST
/SCANSP

/RD
/HWR
LWR

/CPUSYNC
(FW)
ARB_INT
A20

T9
/CS2
/CS1
/CS0
/CS3
1

T49
SPMT3
SPMT2/MIRCNT
SPMT1
SPMT0

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5
1

100p
C286

1
1
1

100p
C287

1
1

1
1

1
1

8
7
6
5
100p
C17

PG3/CS1
PG4/CS0
Vss
NC
VCC
PC0/A0
PC1/A1
PC2/A2
PC3/A3
Vss
PC4/A4
PC5/A5
PC6/A6
PC7/A7
PB0/A8
PB1/A9
PB2/A10
PB3/A11
Vss
PB4/A12
PB5/A13
PB6/A14
PB7/A15
PA0/A16
PA1/A17
PA2/A18
PA3/A19
Vss
PA4/A20/IRQ4
PA5/A21/IRQ5
PA6/A22/IRQ6
PA7/A23/IRQ7
P67/CS7/IRQ3
P66/CS6/IRQ2
Vss
Vss
P65/IRQ1
P64/IRQ0

1
N.M.
C19

0.1u
C11

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

1
1
100p

1
2
3
4
1
N.M.
C18
14
7

100p
C20

0.1u
C12

8
7
6
5
C21

0.1u
C13

1
2
3
4
1

1
1

1
100p
C22

0.1u
C14

1
1
1

0.1u

C15

AR-M205/M160/l5220

VCC3

10kJx4
8 RAMDB15
7 RAMDB14
6 RAMDB13
5 RAMDB12

BR34
1
2
3
4

ZJSR51 01-223

C71
0.1u

CL

BR20 1
10Jx4 2
3
4

N.C.

OSC-31
48MHz

MAD3
MAD2

GND

MAD6
MAD5
MAD4

MAD8
MAD7

MM_Y3
MM_Y2
MM_Y1

(3-D2)
T232
(3-D2)
T235
T238
T239

T245
T248
T249
T251

T220
T222
T225
T226

T228
T230
T233
T236

C72
12p

SDCLK

R48
33J

ADCLK

AFE_S CK

AFE_S EN

N.M.

R31

VCC3

C257

0J

/SDWDE
DQM0

T208
T209

12p

T250
T252
T254

T264

(1-C1) A[19..0]

36

T261
T262

T256
T258

R29
33J
T123

T458
T459
BR53 220Jx4
T460
8
T461
7
6
T462
5
220Jx4
T463
T464
8
T465
7
6
T466
5
220Jx4
T467
8
T468
7
T469
6
T470
5
T471
220Jx4
T472
8
T473
7
6
T240
5
T242

(1-D2) D[15..0]

33J

T198
T200
T202
T203
T205

T197

C56
12p

R33 C55
33J

T194
T195

MM_AI0
MM_AI1
MM_AI2 T190
T192

MM_BI0
MM_BI1 T185
MM_BI2

33J

R30
10kJ

T180

T173
T175
T177

RAMDB7 1
RAMDB6 2
RAMDB5 3
RAMDB4 4
BR54
RAMDB3 1
RAMDB2 2
RAMDB1 3
RAMDB0 4
BR55
RAMDB15 1
RAMDB14 2
RAMDB13 3
RAMDB12 4
BR56
RAMDB11 1
RAMDB10 2
RAMDB9 3
RAMDB8 4

DQM1
SDCKE

R40

T246

R213

CCD_PHI1

BANK1
BANK0
/SDCS
/SDRAS
/SDCAS

MM_PH_A
MM_AI0
MM_AI1

MM_PH_B
MM_BI0
MM_BI1

(3-D2)
(3-D2)
(3-D2)
(3-D2)
(3-D2)

(3-E2)
(3-E2)

MAD12
MAD11
MAD9

8
7
6
5

8
7
6
5

MM_AI0
MM_AI1
MM_AI2
MM_BI0

MAD1
MAD0
MAD10

(3-E2)

OUTPUT

MM_BI2

T183

T179

MM_BI1

T159

T169
T170
T172
T174

VCC

X2

R46
10kJ

R43
N.M.

VCC3

BR40 10kJx4
1
8 RAMDB3
2
7 RAMDB2
3
6 RAMDB1
4
5 RAMDB0

BR37 10kJx4
1
8 RAMDB7
2
7 RAMDB6
3
6 RAMDB5
4
5 RAMDB4

10kJx4
8 RAMDB11
7 RAMDB10
6 RAMDB9
5 RAMDB8

L3

R34
10kJ
R35
10kJ

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

(3-E3) RAMDB[15..0]

MAD[12..0]

BR23
1
2
3
4

BR32
1
2
3
4

VCC3

(3-E1)

VCC3

AFE_D B3
AFE_D B2
AFE_D B1
AFE_D B0

BR18 1
10Jx4 2
3
4

AFE_SDI

BSAMP

223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296

IC6

C255
N.M.

T122

T139

T134

C256
N.M.
T135
T137

T126

T124

T142
T143
T150
T151

C44
12p

C42
12p

1
1
1
1

T121

GND(CORE)
MM_Y3
MM_Y2
MM_Y1
VCC(CORE)
MM_PH_B
MM_BI0
MM_BI1
MM_BI2
MM_PH_A
MM_AI0
MM_AI1
MM_AI2
GND(AC)
RAM_MAD3
RAM_MAD2
GND(CORE)
RAM_MAD1
RAM_MAD0
RAM_MAD10
VCC(CORE)
RAM_BANKS1
RAM_BANKS0
RAM_CS
RAM_RAS
RAM_CAS
VCC(AC)
RAM_WDE
RAM_DQM0
GND(AC)
RAM_DATA7
RAM_DATA6
RAM_DATA5
RAM_DATA4
GND(CORE)
RAM_DATA3
RAM_DATA2
RAM_DATA1
RAM_DATA0
GND(AC)
RAM_DATA15
RAM_DATA14
VCC(CORE)
RAM_DATA13
RAM_DATA12
RAM_DATA11
RAM_DATA10
RAM_DATA9
RAM_DATA8
VCC(CORE)
RAM_DQM1
RAM_CKE
GND(AC)
RAM_CLK_OUT
GND(CORE)
RAM_MAD12
RAM_MAD11
RAM_MAD9
VCC(CORE)
RAM_MAD8
RAM_MAD7
VCC(AC)
RAM_MAD6
RAM_MAD5
RAM_MAD4
GND(AC)
CPUDATA15
CPUDATA14
CPUDATA13
CPUDATA12
CPUDATA11
CPUDATA10
CPUDATA9
CPUDATA8

CCD_PHI2

C298 10p

R27
33J

C43
12p

VCC3

T125
T127
T128
T129

T162

T166

T157

T149

T165

T156

T148

JTG_TDO
JTG_T DI
CPUNRST
JTG_TMS
JTG_TCK

T163T164

T155

T147

BR17
10kJx4

T154

T146

T161

T153

T145

T160

T152

T144

R28
33J

T120

1
1

CCD_CP

10KJ

C30
12p

R32
T119

1
1

R26
33J

5
6
7
8
1

T117

4
3
2
1
1

T116

T118

T130
T131
T132
1
T133 2
3
T136
4
T138
T140
1
T141 2
3
4

/ESPRD
/HSYNC

C29
12p

AFE_D B7
AFE_D B6
AFE_D B5
AFE_D B4

AFE_DB[7..0]

1
HG73C141H FV

Pega sus ASIC

SDCLK 2

T281

T282

T297

T298

T283

0J

0J

N.M.

R52

T274
T284
1

T2751
T276
T277
T278
1
1
1
T2851
T286
T2871
T288
1
1
T290 1
T291
T292
T2931
T294
1
1

C75
15p

X3
HC-49U/S (20.3094MHz)

1
R49 R50

C74
15p

R47
10kJ

1
1

T279
T289

T158

T295

T280

/POREQ
VCC(AC)
/PIWT
/PIACK
GND(AC)
/POACK
/PIREQ
GND(CORE)
PODATA0
PODATA1
PODATA2
PODATA3
PODATA4
PODATA5
PODATA6
PODATA7
VCC(CORE)
/TRANSST
/RECEPTST
/PRINTST
/SCANST
RCV
VPIN
VMIN
GND(CORE)
VPOUT
VMOUT
OEN
GND(AC)
SUSPEND
IE1284_PARAD0
IE1284_PARAD1
VCC(AC)
IE1284_PARAD2
IE1284_PARAD3
IE1284_PARAD4
IE1284_PARAD5
IE1284_PARAD6
IE1284_PARAD7
IE1284_REV
VCC(CORE)
IE1284_FAULT
IE1284_ACK
IE1284_BUSY
IE1284_PE
GND(CORE)
IE1284_SLCT
IE1284_INIT
IE1284_SLCTIN
VCC(CORE)
IE1284_AUTOFD
IE1284_STB
TSP_MODE
TSO0
/SCANSP
VCC(AC)
OPE_CLK
GND(AC)
OPE_LATCH
OPE_DATA
TM
/TM
VCC(CORE)
OUTP14B
OUTP13B
OUTP12B
OUTP11B
OUTP10B
OUTP09B
OUTP08B
GND(CORE)
OUTP07B
OUTP06B
OUTP05B

CCD_RS

C295 10p

C70
22000p

C300 10p

C296 10p

C297 10p

C302 10p

C299 10p

SDCLK2

C301 10p

1
1

148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75

PIDAT A4
PIDAT A5
PIDAT A6
PIDAT A7

PIDAT A0
PIDAT A1
PIDAT A2
PIDAT A3

T181

T176
T178

T171

G3.3V

8
7
6
5
BR16 10Jx4
8
7
6
5
BR19 10Jx4

1
T182 2
3
4
T184
T186
T187

1
2
3
4

T214
T215
T216
T217
T218

T224

T219
T221
T223

T231
T234

T241
T243
T244
T247

T237

T227
T229

T253

T255
T257
T259
T260
T263

T265
T266
T267
T268
T269
T270
T271

C73
100p

R51
10J

33J

RCV

T296

(/SYNC) (4-D4)

/VIDEO

/LEND

VCC3

10kJ

R36

OEN
8
SUSPEND
7
6
5
BR30 33Jx4

8 PODATA0
7 PODATA1
6 PODATA2
5 PODATA3
BR26 10Jx4
PODATA4
PODATA5
PODATA6
PODATA7

/PIWR
/PIACK
/POACK
/PIREQ

VPIN
8
VMIN
7
VPOUT
6
VMOUT
5
BR29 33Jx4
1
2
3
4

R39

8
7
6
5
BR28 10Jx4

G3.3V

/POCS
/POREQ

/ESPRD

PIDATA[7..0]

8
7
6
5
BR22 10Jx4
8
7
6
5
BR25 10Jx4
1
2
3
4

HL
PR
PSRSOL (5-B3)

BZR
/READY
PSOL1
FSOL1
SPFON
MIRON
CLON

OP_LATCH
OP_DATA
TM
TM_

OP_CLK

/SCANSP

T204
T206
1
T207 2
3
T210
4
T211
T212
T213

T201

T199

T188
T189
T191
1
T193 2
3
4
T196

1
1
1
1
1

1
1

D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8

D7
D6
D5
D4

1
1

1
D3
D2
D1
D0

R25
33J

MIRCNT
/CPUSYNC
MEM_INT
ARB_INT

1
1

VSAMP

A9
A8
A7
A6

1
1

CCD_TG

/CS2

ASIC

A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
1

(1-B3)
(1-B3) /LWR
/RD
(1-B1)
/ASIC_RST

MMD
PMD
TC
/GRIDL
MC
PSFMCNT
PSFM
VFMCNT

1
1

1
VFM
CPSOL

470p

1
MODE
SPFCLH
SPFRSOL
SPFGSOL
SPFPSOL

470p

BIAS
LDEN

470p
C304

222
221
220
219
218
217
216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
PDOWNA
PDOW NB
HPSOL
OP_STROBE

470p
C305

1
1

1
1
1

470p
C306

1
1
1

1
1

470p
C310

1
1

470p
C308
C267

470p
C309
ZD1
UDZS3.9B

C307

0.1u
C31

SUSPEND

VPOUT
VMOUT
OEN

RCV
VPIN
VMIN

PODATA[7..0]

MEM_INT

ZD4

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

UDZS3.9B

CLPWM
VCC(AC)
AFE_DB0
AFE_DB1
AFE_DB2
AFE_DB3
AFE_DB4
AFE_DB5
AFE_DB6
AFE_DB7
GND(AC)
AFESCK
VCC(CORE)
ADCLK
GND(CORE)
AFE_SEN
CCD_PH1
CCD_PH2
AFE_SDI
CCD_CP
BSAMP
CCD_RS
CCD_TG
VSAMP
GND(CORE)
TD0
TDI
TRS
TMS
TCK
VCC(CORE)
/INREQ
/OUTCS
/OUTACK
/ESPRD
/FAXPRD
/PCLPRD
GND(AC)
MDAT15
MDAT14
MDAT13
VCC(CORE)
MDAT12
MDAT11
MDAT10
VCC(AC)
MDAT09
MDAT08
MDAT07
GND(CORE)
MDAT06
MDAT05
MDAT04
VCC(CORE)
MDAT03
MDAT02
MDAT01
MDAT00
GND(AC)
/INCS
/INACK
/OUTREQ
GND(CORE)
/HSYNC
PIDATA0
PIDATA1
PIDATA2
VCC(AC)
PIDATA3
PIDATA4
PIDATA5
PIDATA6
PIDATA7
/POCS

CPU_DATA7
CPU_DATA6
CPU_DATA5
CPU_DATA4
VCC(AC)
CPU_DATA3
CPU_DATA2
CPU_DATA1
CPU_DATA0
GND(AC)
MIRCNT
/CPUSYNC
MEM_INT
ARB_INT
VCC(CORE)
CPU_AD8
CPU_AD7
CPU_AD6
CPU_AD5
GND(CORE)
RAM_CLK_IN
CPU_AD4
CPU_AD3
CPU_AD2
CPU_AD1
CPU_AD0
/CPUCS
SFCLK48
GND(CORE)
/CPUWR
/CPURD
/RESET
VCC(CORE)
PFCLK
CLKSW
GND(CORE)
PFCLKOUT
PFCLKIN
GND(PLL)
VCC(PLL)
GND(PLL)
VCC(PLL)
TM2_15M
/SYNC
GND(AC)
/VIDEO
/LEND
VCC(AC)
OUTP00A
OUTP01A
OUTP02A
OUTP03A
OUTP04A
OUTP05A
OUTP06A
OUTP15A
VCC(CORE)
OUTP07A
OUTP08A
GND(CORE)
OUTP09A
OUTP10A
OUTP11A
OUTP12A
OUTP13A
VCC(CORE)
OUTP14A
OUTP00B
GND(AC)
OUTP01B
OUTP02B
OUTP03B
OUTP04B
VCC(AC)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
1

1000p( 1608size)

0.1u
C32
0.1u

T167
T168

10J
10J

PARAD 0
PARAD 1

R37
R38

PODATA4
PODATA5
PODATA6
PODATA7

PODATA0
PODATA1
PODATA2
PODATA3

OP_LATCH
/READY
OP_STROBE
MODE

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

/PRINTST
/SCANST

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

BR43
1
2
3
4

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

BR42
1
2
3
4
/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB

BR44
1
2
3
4

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

BR41
1
2
3
4
PARAD 4
PARAD 5
PARAD 6
PARAD 7

T273

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

BR39
1
2
3
4
PARAD 0
PARAD 1
PARAD 2
PARAD 3

T272

10kJx4
8
7
6
5

VCC3

PARAD[7..0]

BR36
1
2
3
4

VCC3

VCC3

2/9

RCV
VPIN
VMIN
OEN

/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB

/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT

/REV
/FAULT

PARAD2
PARAD3
PARAD4
PARAD5
PARAD6
PARAD7

L2
ZJSR5101-223

/PRLINE
/SCLINE
/TRANSST

BR27
1
2
3
4

BR24
1
2
3
4

BR21
1
2
3
4

47u/16V

C41

MIRON
SPFON
PDOWNB
PDOWNA

R45
N.M.

R42
10KJ

VCC3

8
7
6
5
BR31 33Jx4
8
7
/REV
6
/FAULT
5
BR33 33Jx4
/ACK
8
BUSY
7
PE
6
SLCT
5
BR35 33Jx4
/INIT
8
/SLCTIN
7
/AUTOFD
6
/STB
5
BR38 100Jx4

ESPRD

MEM_INT
CLON
/POACK
/PIREQ

0.1u

C46
0.1u

C58
ZD3
UDZS3.9B

C303
1

1000p( 1608size)
C268

ZD2
UDZS3.9B

0.1u
C34
C59
2200p
C270

2200p
C269

0.1u
C36
0.1u

0.1u

0.1u
0.1u

C60

C49

0.1u
C38

C62

C50

0.1u
C39
0.1u

0.1u
0.1u

C52
C63

C53
0.1u
C65
1

0.1u
C67

0.1u
C54
1

AR-M205/M160/l5220

(1-C1) A[19..0]

/CS1
/RD
/HWR

/CS1
/RD
/LWR

D[15..0]

/CS1
/RD
/HWR

A17
A0

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

R56
R57

C93
12p

C78
12p

0J
N.M.

C94
12p

C79
12p

CS1
OE
WE

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

IC8

GND
GND

VDD
VDD

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

9
25

8
24

6
7
10
11
22
23
26
27

CS1
OE
WE

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

IC11

GND
GND

VDD
VDD

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

9
25

8
24

6
7
10
11
22
23
26
27

IS63LV1024L-1 2J-TR(ISSI)

5
28
12

1
2
3
4
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
29
30
31
32

IS63LV1024L-1 2J-TR(ISSI)

5
28
12

A1
1
A2
2
A3
3
A4
4
A5
13
A6
14
A7
15
A8
16
A9
17
A10
18
A11
19
A12
20
A13
21
A14
29
A15
30
A16
31
T300 32

D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

C85
0.1u

VCC3

C77
0.1u

VCC3

A17
A1

A19
A18
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2

RP
(1-D3) RY/BY

A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9

R64

R63
0J

(1-A2)

0J

/HWR

/CS0

T309

T1

T308

T307

R59
0J

C76
0.1u

VCC3

1
1

R58
10kJ

VCC3

T304
T305

CHKROM(NC)

12p

C81

T306

R60
N.M.

IC7

R53
10kJ

C82
N.M.

Y0

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

0J

R54

T2

T299

A16
BYTE
GND
DQ15
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
VCC
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
OE
GND
CE
A0

LH28F800BJE

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
NC
NC
WE
RP
VPP
WP
RY/BY
NC
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

IC10

NC7SZ19

Y1
GND

VCC

VCC3

For Checker (Not Mounted)

1
1

Memory

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

0.1u

C80

A1

A17

22u/16V

VCC3

C83

T301

R61
10kJ

CS0Z

/CS0CHK(NC)

12p

C84

85
85

12p

C284

/CS0

/RD

D11
D3
D10
D2
D9
D1
D8
D0

D15
D7
D14
D6
D13
D5
D12
D4
MAD10
MAD0
MAD1
MAD2
MAD3

Model

1
T303

MAD12
MAD11
MAD9
MAD8
MAD7
MAD6
MAD5
MAD4

MAD[12..0]

OJ

K4S561632D-TC75(Samsung)

0J

RAMDB8

256Mb(4Mx16bitx4bank)

C92
0.1u

R62

DQM1
SDCLK
SDCKE

OPEN

C91
0.1u

T302

RAMDB10
RAMDB9

RAMDB12
RAMDB11

RAMDB14
RAMDB13

RAMDB15

R62 (*7)

C90
0.1u

54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28

Vendor/Type

C89
0.1u

VSS
DQ15
VSSQ
DQ14
DQ13
VCCQ
DQ12
DQ11
VSSQ
DQ10
DQ9
VCCQ
DQ8
VSS
NC
UDQM
CLK
CLKE
NC
A11
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS

VCC3

(2-D3)

3/9

RAMDB[15..0]

K4S281632D-1H(Samsung)

C88
0.1u

SDRAM

VCC
DQ0
VCCQ
DQ1
DQ2
VSSQ
DQ3
DQ4
VCCQ
DQ5
DQ6
VSSQ
DQ7
VCC
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA0
BA1
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
VCC

C87
0.1u

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

IC9

128Mb(2Mx16bitx4bank)

C86
0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

SDRAM 2

DQM0
/SDWDE
/SDCAS
/SDRAS
/SDCS
BANK0
BANK1

RAMDB7

RAMDB5
RAMDB6

RAMDB3
RAMDB4

RAMDB1
RAMDB2

RAMDB0

3
1

AR-M205/M160/l5220

(YSELIN1)
(YSELIN2)

Y1#
Y2#
Y3#

SELIN1
SELIN2
SELIN3

(SFTHP)
GDIIN
/ESDTE
/ESPAGE
DRUM
/VIDEO
(/SPFCOVER#)
(SPFOPEN#)

(PDPX)
THOPEN
/CV_COPY
(PNC-a)
DSWS
(/MMRDY)
/AUD_READY
/AUD

D38

SPFOPEN#
/SPFCOVER#
RP
(RP)

USBIN
YIN
POFF
/SPFPOUT#

/SYNC
SIN1
SIN2
SIN3

SPFPAPER#
YSPF#
KEYIN
FW

1SS133

R68
10kJ

VCC3

R76
10kJ

T486

T322
T323

T324
T327
1

T335

BR45
10kJx4

T337
T338

T345

R72
10kJ

11
10
9
7

4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

IC38

41
40
38
37

47
46
44
43

T336

T483

1OE
2OE
3OE
4OE

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

4
10
15
21
28
34
39
45

O12 19
O13 20
O14 22
O15 23

13
14
16
17

8
9
11
12

2
3
5
6

O8
O9
O10
O11

O4
O5
O6
O7

O0
O1
O2
O3

VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC

0.1u

C266

I12
I13
I14
I15

5V

0.1u

C119

7
18
31
42

T351

33p

T482

C102

SIN2

33p

T326

I8
I9
I10
I11

I4
I5
I6
I7

I0
I1
I2
I3

16

SIN1
C100

0.1u

T339

T316

C101

R70

10J
T320

R66

10J
T328

T325

VCC3

5V

0.1u

74LCX16244

1
48
25
24

GND

IC19

36
T352 35
33
T353
32
T354
30
29
27
26

T350

T349

T348

16

VCC

74HC15 1

A
B
C
G

Y
W

GND

74HC1 51

A
B
C
G

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

IC17
VCC

GND 8

T346
T347

11
10
9
7

VCC3

A
B
C
G

IC15
D0
VCC 16
D1
D2
D3
D4
Y 5
D5
D6
W 6
D7

74HC151

4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12

11
10
9
7

4
3
2
1
15
14
13
12

GND 8

74HC151

A
B
C
G

1
C99

T315
1

5V

1
1

T484
T485

R69
10kJ

R67
10kJ

(SELIN1A)
(SELIN2A)
(SELIN3A)

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

1
1

1
1

1
1

33p

100J

33p

(SPFO PEN#)
(/SPFCOVER#)

(USBIN)
(YIN)
(POFF)
(/SPFPOU T#)

(/SYNC)
(SIN1)
(SIN2)
(SIN3)

(SPF PAPER#)
(YSPF#)
(KEYIN)
(FW)

(4-C4)

0J

YIN

SIN3 (4-C4)

R233

C265

C120

R232

10J

R225

N.M.

R224

T355
T356

10J

R71

T491

C122

T492

0.1u

C123

VCC3

0.1u

C124
0.1u

C12 5

0.1u

C282

0.1u

0.1u

C281

(RP)
(RP)#

FSOL2
FSOL3
PSOL2
PSOL3
YSELIN1
YSELIN2
LPSEL
CL

OP_STROB E
SCAN1
SCAN2
SCAN3
SCAN4
SCAN5
SCAN6
/LEND

R234
10kJ

VCC3

(/VIDEO)

T329
T330
T331
T332

SELIN1
SELIN2
SELIN3
OP_CLK
OP_DATA
OP_LATCH
TM
TM_

BR52
10kJx4

T333
T334

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

BR59
10kJx4

T411
T412
T413
T414
T478
T480
T493

MIRCNT

SPMT0
SPMT1
SPMT2/MIRCNT
SPMT3
MIRON
SPFON

PDOWNA
PDOWNB
LDEN
BZR
SCL
CLON
FSOL1
PSOL1

11
10
9
7

IC13
VCC 16
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
Y 5
D5
D6
W 6
D7

1
1

1
1
1

T310
T311
T312
4
T313 3
T314
2
T317
1
T318
15
T319 14
13
12

1
2
3
4

1
R204

(POUT)
(PIN)
(CPEMPTY)
(HPEMPTY)
(TCS)
(/PMRDY)
DVS1
(CASETTE )

10kJ
1

5V

BR60
10kJx4

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
10

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

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

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

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

74LCX244

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4
1G
2G
GND

IC20

74VHCT244

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4
1G
2G
GND

IC18

74VHCT244

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4
1G
2G
GND

IC37

5V

5V
20
18
16
14
12
9
7
T321
5
3 1

20
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

74VHCT244

1A1
1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4
1G
2G
GND

IC16

VCC
1A1 1Y1
1A2 1Y2
1A3 1Y3
1A4 1Y4
2A1 2Y1
2A2 2Y2
2A3 2Y3
2A4 2Y4
1G
2G
GND
74VHCT244

IC14

VCC
1A1 1Y1
1A2 1Y2
1A3 1Y3
1A4 1Y4
2A1 2Y1
2A2 2Y2
2A3 2Y3
2A4 2Y4
1G
2G
GND
74VHCT244

IC12

20
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

20
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

20
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

20
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

1
1
1

5V

5V

5V

T474
T475

T360
T361
T362
T363

C126
0.1u

T357
T358
T359

VCC3

C121
0.1u

T476

R74
10kJ

8
7
6
5

T477
T479
T481

BR46 10Jx4

T340
T341
T342
1
T343 2
T344
3
4

Driver (1)

N.M.
R242

0.1u
C103

8
7
6
5
R203
1

100p
C104
0.1u
C262

4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8

10kJ
R236

100p
C105
0.1u
C111

100p
C106
100p
C112

1
1

10kJ
1

100p
C107
100p
C113

1
1

0.1u
C95

100p
C108
100p
C114

4
3
2
1

100p

100p
C109
100p
C115

5
6
7
8

100p
C96

N.M.
C110
100p
C116
1

100p
C97

100p
C117

C98

100p
C118
1

1
2
3
4

BR50
10Jx4

T494
1

8
7
6
5

(SPMT0)
(SPMT1)
(SPMT2)
(SPMT3)
BR51
10kJx4

(PDOWNA)
(PDOWNB)
APCSTT
(BZR)
(EP_SCL)
(CLON)
(FSO L1)
(PSOL1)

(FSOL2)
(FSOL3)
(PSOL2)
(PSOL3)
(YSELIN1)
(YSELIN2)
(LPSEL)
(CL)

(OP_STROBE )
(SCAN1)
(SCAN2)
(SCAN3)
(SCAN4)
(SCAN5)
(SCAN6)
SHOLD

(SELIN1C)
(SELIN2C)
(SELIN3C)

(/VIDEO)#

(SELIN1B)
(SELIN2B)
(SELIN3B)

(SELIN1 A)
(SELIN2 A)
(SELIN3 A)
(OP_CLK)
(OP_DATA)
(OP_LATCH)
(TM)
(TM_)

4
3
2
1

5
6
7
8

AR-M205/M160/l5220

4/9

/CS3

/OBEN

/HWR

/LWR

/OBEN

/HWR

/LWR

/CS4

D[15..0]

R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R111
R112

T394

D[15..0]

CV_START
(2-C1) CPSOL
(2-C1) HPSOL
(2-C1) PSRSOL
VFM
(2-C1)
(2-B1) VFMCNT
PR
(2-C1)

CV_CA
CV_DPX
CV_SIZE0
CV_SIZE1
CV_SIZE2
CV_SIZE3
CV_COUNT

VCC3

VCC3

1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ

13

12

10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

T409

1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
COM

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
T415

IC29D

IC29C

74LCX32

11

74LCX32

1000p

1000p

C314

C313

48
25
1
24

47
46
44
43
41
40
38
37
36
35
33
32
30
29
27
26

1000p

1000p

0.1u

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
T424
T425

C312

48
25
1
24

47
46
44
43
41
40
38
37
36
35
33
32
30
29
27
26

24V

C311

74LCX32

74LCX32

24V

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

24V

/MC
/BIAS
/TC
GRIDL
/DHROFF

VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

1Q1
1Q2
1Q3
1Q4
1Q5
1Q6
1Q7
1Q8
2Q1
2Q2
2Q3
2Q4
2Q5
2Q6
2Q7
2Q8

VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

1Q1
1Q2
1Q3
1Q4
1Q5
1Q6
1Q7
1Q8
2Q1
2Q2
2Q3
2Q4
2Q5
2Q6
2Q7
2Q8

LCX16374

1CK
2CK
1G
2G

1D1
1D2
1D3
1D4
1D5
1D6
1D7
1D8
2D1
2D2
2D3
2D4
2D5
2D6
2D7
2D8

IC30

LCX16374

1CK
2CK
1G
2G

1D1
1D2
1D3
1D4
1D5
1D6
1D7
1D8
2D1
2D2
2D3
2D4
2D5
2D6
2D7
2D8

IC28

/PR

7
18
31
42
4
10
15
21
28
34
39
45

2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12
13
14
16
17
19
20
22
23

7
18
31
42
4
10
15
21
28
34
39
45

2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12
13
14
16
17
19
20
22
23
1
1
1

(8-A3)

(/CV_START)
/CPSOL
(9-B3)
/HPSOL
(9-C1)
/PSRSOL (9-C2)

KID65001AF or TD62001

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
E

IC24

KID65001AF or TD62001

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
E

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
COM

PGND

IC25

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

C135

VCC3

IC29B

IC29A

PGND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
COM

KID65001AF or TD62001

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
E

IC21

T378
T382
T384
T387
T389
T391
T393

T395
T396
T398
T400
T402
T405
T406

1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ
1.5kJ

PGND

T377
T381
T383
R90
T386
R91
T388
R92
T390 R95
T392R96
R99
R100

R102

T408

T422

T423

T418
T419
T420

T410

24V

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

C138

0.1u

C139

DHROFF

CV_DPX
CV_CA
CV_START
CV_COUNT
CV_SIZE3
CV_SIZE2
CV_SIZE1
CV_SIZE0
AUD_CA
AUD_COPY
AUD_PNC

C132

C131

LPSEL

SCAN1
SCAN2
SCAN3
SCAN4
SCAN5
SCAN6
YSELIN1
YSELIN2

/VFMCNT

47kJ

R101

24V

PGND

0.1u

C140

0.1u

C133

0.1u

C141

VCC3

0.1u

C134

VCC3

PGND

10kJx4

BR61

BR62
N.M.

(2-C1)
(2-A3)
(2-A2)
(2-C1)
(1-D3)
(2-C1)

MMD
MM_Y1
MM_Y2
MM_Y3
(POFF)
PMD
ONL

PMCLK
PSL
(2-C1)
HL
(5-E3)
FTH
AUD_PNC
AUD_COPY
AUD_CA

(1-D3)

VFMOUT

PSFMOUT

1SS133

D37

1SS133

D36

Q3
2SB1197K

Q1
KTA1505S

/PSFMCNT

R103 4.7kJ 1/4W

4.7kJ 1/4W

47kJ

(/CV_CA)
(/CV_DPX)
(/CV_SIZE0)
(/CV_SIZE1)
(/CV_SIZE2)
(/CV_SIZE3)
(/CV_COUNT)

4.7kJ 1/4W

R84

R79

1
3

T364
T365
1.5kJ
T366
1.5kJ
T367
1.5kJ T368
1.5kJ
T369
1.5kJ
T370
1.5kJ
1.5kJ

T373
T375
T379

AUD_PNC

SJMT0
SJMT1
SJMT2
SJMT3

FSOL2
FSOL3
PSOL2
PSOL3

R77
R78
R80
R81
R82
R83
R85

14

14 7

1
3

(2-C1)
MC
(2-C1) BIAS
(2-C1)
TC
(2-C1) /GRIDL
DHROFF
PSFM
PSFMCNT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

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

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1

1C
2C
3C
4C
5C
6C
7C
NC

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1

10kJ

R118

1kJ

R116

KID65503F or TD62503

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
G

IC26

T417

T407

(/AUD_PNC)
(/AUD_COPY)
(/AUD_CA)

UPA502T

Q4

PMCLK_A (9-A2)
(PSL)

T397
T399
T401

T385

T372

KID65503F or TD62503

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
G

IC22

4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8

/MMD
MMref0
MMref1
MMref2
(/POFF)
/PMD
(ONL)

(9-A4)
(6-A3)
(6-A3)
(6-A3)
(8-B4)
(9-A2)

1SS355

D1

24V

R93
240J

Q2
KRA119S
T374

T371

INT5V

(/AUD_TC)

(/AUD_PNC)

TCCNT

HLOUT (8-B3)

(9-C2) RTH_IN

R94
240J

R97
10kF

R86
1kF

N.M.

C137

D5

T416

KDS226

R115
10kF

R113
1.2kF

VCC3

C128
22000p

MA700

D2

R87
1MF

VCC3

R98
2.7kF

24V

IC27A

7
KIA393F-EL

IC23B

5V

T403

KIA393F-EL
24V

IC23A

KIA358F-EL

24V

24V

R88
7.5kF
T376

VCC3

8
4

Driver (2)

14

14 7

2
1

8
4

VCC3

24V

22000p

C136

T404

IC27B

KIA358F-EL

0.1u/50V

C130

R114
10kJ

24V

R109
300J

0.1u/50V

C127

T380

R89
1kJ

VCC3

T421

300J

R117

R110
100J

3
3

1
1

8
4

1
1

1
1
2

D4
D6

1
DAN202U or KDS121
DAP202U or KDS120

1
3
2
D3
DAN202U or KDS121

4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8

8
4

AR-M205/M160/l5220

(4-A3)

(1-A3)

(5-B2)

(TCCNT)

THOPEN

0.1u

RTH

FTH

5/9

C129

(8-C3)
(8-C3)
(8-C3)
(8-C3)

5VEN

T426

(5-C1)
(5-C1)
(5-C1)

C145
0.1u

T427
T429
T431
T433
T435
T438
T440

MMref0
MMref1
MMref2

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

11
12

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2

R127
3kF

GND

74LVX4245FS

GND
GND

VCCA VCCB
DIR
VCCB
G
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
A8
B8

IC31

R126
13kF

FOR SRU MODEL ONLY

(EP_SDA)

DEVDIR

OUT_AOUT_A+
OUT_B+
OUT_B-

13

24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

R128
910F

R123
1kF

C148
820p

R122
1.5kJ
T443

T428
T430
T432
T434
T436
T439
T441

PGND

C152
0.1u

T444
T446

C146
0.1u

VCC3

PGND

C149
820p

(2-A3)
MM_BI0
MM_BI1
5V (2-A3)
(2-A3) MM_PH_B

PGND

0.68J
1W

R120

SDA

C153
0.1u

R124
30kJ

PGND

5V

PGND

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

C151
10u/16V

T437
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
T445

5V

24VM

VCC3

T496

R238
NP(47k)

PGND

C150
820p

R241
NP(0)

(2-A3)

C144
0.1u

(2-A3)
MM_AI1
MM_PH_A (2-A3)

MM_AI0

C143
0.1u

CP1
0603FA1.5A

R237
NP(47k)

R125
30kJ

NP(0)

R240

SDA

PGND

/ASIC_RST

VS
SENSE 1
COMP 1
OUT 1B
I01
GND
GND
I11
PHASE 1
VREF 1
RC 1
VSS

DEVDIR

L6219DS

OUT 1A
OUT 2A
SENSE 2
COMP 2
OUT 2B
GND
GND
I02
I12
PHASE 2
VREF 2
RC 2

IC32

24VM

Driver (3)

5VEN

R121
1.5kJ

C142
47u/35V

OE
GND

VCC

TC7SBD385AFU
A
B 2

IC39

24V

T442
1

C147
820p
PGND

C315
0.1u

DMT3

DMT2

DMT1

DMT0

0.68J
1W

R119

0603FA1.5A

CP2

T495

PGND

T452

T450
T451

T449

T447
T448

PGND

24Vdup

AR-M205/M160/l5220
1

1
1

1
1

17
18

3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15
COM
COM

O4

O3

O2

O1

1
8

16

MTJ22B

D11

/DMT_3

/DMT_2

/DMT_1

/DMT_0

(EP_SDA)

(4-D3)

(4-D3)

(TM_)

(TM)

FOR DUP MODEL ONLY

TD62064AF

GND
GND

I1
NC
NC
I2
NC
I3
NC
NC
I4
NC

IC33

5VEN

R133
47KJ

47KJ

0.1u

R132

24Vdup

C155

N.C

OUT2

OUT1

VCC2

VCC1

TA7291AS

VSS

IN2

IN1

VDD

IC34

0603FA1.5A

CP3

24V

C154
10u/35V

TMB_O

(9-A1)

(9-A1)

6/9

TMA_O

AR-M205/M160/l5220

(8-A4)

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

C222

22u/16V

L7
ZJSR5101-223

47u/35V

C200

R148
130J 2W

OUT

0.1u

5V

2 KIA7805

GND

C224

IN

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

C201

0.1u

C196

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

C195

C186

C185

C184

C194

0.1u

C177

0.1u

C168

0.1u

C176

0.1u

C167

PGND

R141
1kJ/2W

INT24V

(8-B4)
3.3VIN

(8-B4) 24VIN

INT5V

VCC3

0.1u

C175

0.1u

C166

D16
1SS355

IC35

1000p

INT24V

C205

1000p

1000p

T457

1000p

R152
10J

C204

T456

0.1u

C193

0.1u

C183

C203

T455

C182

0.1u

C174

0.1u

C165

C202

R150
10J

R149
10J

5VIN

0.1u

C191

C190

C189

C188

R151
10J

C192

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

T454

VCC3

0.1u

C181

C178

0.1u

C173

C180

0.1u

0.1u

C179

C170

C169

0.1u

0.1u

C164

C172

C163

0.1u

C162

C171

0.1u

0.1u

C161

0.1u

0.1u

C160

Noise filter/Pull-up

PGND

22u/16V

C221

L6
ZJSR5101-223

PGND

47u/35V

C206

D15
1SS355

L5
ZJSR5101-223

0.22J 2W

R140

T453
D14
1SS355

PGND

R138
20kJ

R137
20kJ

0.1u

C223

0.1u/50V

C207

VCC3

24V

(9-A3)

R139
2.7kJ

D13

24V1(DSWS)

KDS226

0.1u

C187

5V

/SPFPOUT
SPFOPEN
/SPFCOVER
YSPF
SPFPAPER
Y1
CASETTE
HPEMPTY
DVSEL
TCS
/PMRDY
/MMRDY
POUT
PDPX
PIN
CPEMPTY
Y2
Y3

SFTHP
MHPS
PSW

DSWS

(4-A3)

5V

1000p

C258

R214
20kJ

1000p

1000p

1000p
1000p

C212

R157
20kJ

1000p
C211

R156
20kJ

C210

R155
20kJ

1000p

C209

R154
20kJ

C208

R153
20kJ

1000p

C199

R143
10kJ

1000p
C260

R216
20kJ

1000p

C197

R142
10kJ

VCC3

C259

R215
20kJ

1000p

C213

R158
20kJ

1000p

C198

R144
10kJ

1000p

C214

R159
20kJ

1000p

C215

R160
20kJ

1000p

C216

R161
20kJ

1000p

C217

R162
20kJ

1000p

C218

R163
20kJ

1000p

C219

R164
20kJ

1000p

C220

R165
20kJ

1000p

C263

R220
20kJ

1000p

C264

R221
20kJ

R217
R218
R219
R166
R167
R168
R169
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R177
R178
R222
R223

R145
R146
R147

1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ
1kJ

1kJ
1kJ
1kJ

/SPFPOUT#
SPFOPEN#
/SPFCOVER#
YSPF#
SPFPAPER#
Y1#
(CASETTE)
(HPEMPTY)
DVS1
(TCS)
(/PMRDY)
(/MMRDY)
(POUT)
(PDPX)
(PIN)
(CPEMPTY)
Y2#
Y3#

(SFTHP)
(MHPS)
(PSW)

7/9

(2-D1)
(2-C4)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)

5mm-Pitch

R183
10kJ

VCC3

R184
10kJ

R185
10kJ

0.1u

0.1u

N.M.

C232

C231

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26

5V

2
4
6
8
10

(1-B1) CPUNRST
SDA
(1-B3)
(1-B3)
SCL

5V

TEST PAD

1
2
3
4

B6B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4
5
6

CN11

For checker

9204B-2-10

1
3
5
7
9

CN7

For JTAG

(1-D3) TxD1

VCC3

CN6

PGND

For debug

INT24V

5mm-Pitch

B26B-PHDSS

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25

CN3

Not mo unted

PGND

To Power unit

C230

DGND

J6

5VEN

5mm-Pitch

J5

5mm-Pitch

JTG_TCK
JTG_TDO
JTG_TMS
JTG_TDI

/PSFMCNT
-B2) (8-D3)
5VEN
(7-A1)
5VIN
(7-A2)
24VIN
(4-C4)
FW
(5-C3)
/PR

(5-C4)
/BIAS
(5-C4) GRIDL
(1-B3) (TCCNT)

J4

SPFCLH
SPFRSOL
SPFGSOL
SPFPSOL

5mm-Pitch

/A
B
A

/B

N.M.

1
2
3
4

D21

(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D2)

100Jx4

5VEN

C229

8
7
6
5

USBIN
D_CONT
VPOUT
VMOUT
OEN
RCV
VPIN
VMIN
SUSPEND

/PMRDY

(8-A4)

BR63

KDS226

C243

N.M.

(PDOWNB)
SPFPAPER

PARAD0
PARAD1
PARAD2
PARAD3
PARAD4
PARAD5
PARAD6
PARAD7
/REV
/FAULT
/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT
/INIT
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
GDIIN

C242

24V

(2-D2)
(2-D2)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(2-D1)
(4-A3)

YSPF
(SPMT3)
/SPFCOVER
(SPMT2)
(SPMT1)
(SPMT0)
SPFOPEN
(SELIN3B)
/SPFPOUT
(SELIN2B)
(SELIN1B)
(PDOWNA)

5V

PARAD[7..0]

HLOUT (5-D2)

(/POFF) (5-C1)
24VIN (7-A2)

PGND

J7

(5-C4)
(5-C4)

PSFMOUT
3.3VIN (7-B1)

/TC
/MC

(/VIDEO)#
APCSTT

PGND

24V

5V

24V

2
4
6
8
10
12

B12B-PHDSS

1
3
5
7
9
11

CN2

TO LSU UNIT

CP6
0603FA1.5A

CP5
0603FA1.5A

N.M.
C280

J3

N.M.
C279

5mm-Pitch

N.M.
C278

3.3V

N.M.
C277

5V

N.M.
C276

5mm-Pitch

J1

N.M.
C275

N.M.
C274

INT5V

N.M.
C273

N.M.
C235

24V

5V

VCC3

PGND

N.M.
C237

SHOLD
(LPSEL)
PMCLK_A
/PMD

SUB-D 25

CN9

To SPF UN

35FE-BT-VK-N

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

CN4

(CLON)
(CL)

To Interface PWB

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

5V

C234

R182

1kJ

2
KDS226

D35

47u/35V

C240

24V

0.1u

OUT

24V

OUT_A+
OUT_B+
OUT_AOUT_B-

12V

PGND

5mm-Pitch

J8

04FE-BT-VK-N

4
3
2
1

CN8

(SELIN1A)
(SELIN2A)
(SELIN3A)
(SCAN1)
(SCAN2)
(SCAN3)
(SCAN4)
(SCAN5)
(SCAN6)

(BZR)

(ONL)
(OP_STROBE)
(OP_DATA)
(OP_LATCH)
(OP_CLK)
(PSL)

31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1

1000p

C227

5V

AFE_DB1
AFE_DB3
AFE_DB5
AFE_DB7

MODE

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

(2-B4)
(2-B4)
(2-B4)

VSAMP

0.1u

C233

(2-B4)
AFE_SDI
BSAMP

/DMT_0
/DMT_1
/DMT_2
/DMT_3

A
B
/A
/B

24Vdup

1
2
3

CN10

B5B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4
5

CN13

B3B-PH-K-R(RD)

To Duplex motor

MHPS

5V

8/9

AFE_SEN

24FMN-BTRK

CN1

TO SCANNER HP SENSOR

FF4-32-S15D3

32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2

CN5

To Scanner unit

VCC3

AFE_DB0
AFE_DB2
AFE_DB4
AFE_DB6

D17
KDS226

12V

0.1u/50V

C244

B4B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4

CN12

To Mirror motor

N.M.

R211

2
To Operational PWB

TO COPY LAMP

0.1u

C241

(2-B4) AFE_SCK
(2-B4)
ADCLK
(2-B4) CCD_PHI1
(2-B4) CCD_PHI2
(2-B4) CCD_CP
(2-B4) CCD_RS
(2-B4) CCD_TG

AFE_DB[7..0]

CP4
0603FA1.5A

2 KIA7812

GND

R212 0J

IN

IC36

D20
1SS355

(2-B3)

N.M.

PSW

KEYIN
C226

5VEN

/SYNC

100p

1kJ

R181

5V

C225

R179
1kJ

5V

10kJ
R180

J2

N.M.
C238

N.M.
C239

0.047u/50V
1
3
2
D31
DAN202U or KDS121
2
3
1
D32
DAP202U or KDS120

N.M.
C253

5VEN

Connector (1)

ZD5
UDZS5.6B
1
3
2
D22
DAN202U or KDS121
2
3
1
D23
DAP202U or KDS120

N.M.
C236

1
3
2
D18
DAN202U or KDS121
2
3
1
D19
DAP202U or KDS120
N.M.
C254

470J

R205

470J

R186

AR-M205/M160/l5220

VCC3

/MMD
/MMRDY

PIN

B3B-PH-K-S

5V

TMA_O
TMB_O

33p

C317

33p

R193

33p

22FE-BT-VK-N

CN33

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

TCS
DVSEL

/HPSOL

22FE-BT-VK-N

CN34

To IMC2

08FE-BT-VK-N

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CN24

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

PGND

VCC3

20kJ

C318 C319

PIDATA0
PIDATA1
PIDATA2
PIDATA3
PIDATA4
PIDATA5
PIDATA6
PIDATA7

B2P-VH

1
2

PIDATA[7..0]

/PIREQ
/PIACK
/PIWR
/ESCRDY
ESCMD

/OP_RST
/PRLINE
/ESPAGE
/HSYNC

0.1u

C245

5V

CN30

TO TONER MOTOR

KDS226

D25

INT24V

B3B-PH-K-R(RD)

1
2
3

CN20

To MAIN motor

470J

TO PAPER IN SENSOR

R210

/POREQ
/POACK
/POCS
/ESSRDY
ESSTS

/SCLINE
/READY

0.1u

C246

VCC3

33p
33p

100p

5V

<SRU ONLY>

(EP_SDA)
(EP_SCL)

5V

B2B-XH-A-BK

1
2

CN21

C320 C321 C250

PODATA0
PODATA1
PODATA2
PODATA3
PODATA4
PODATA5
PODATA6
PODATA7

24V

0.1u

C247

/ESDET

PODATA[7..0]

33p

C316

R199 300J

R198 300J

5V

INT5V
5V
INT5V

/PSRSOL

5V

KDS226

D30

PGND

24V

24V

(PSOL1)
(PSOL2)
(PSOL3)

(SELIN2C)

TO SRU(CRUM) UNIT

TO OPTION CASETTE

Y1
Y3

POUT

PDPX

HPEMPTY

RTH_IN

B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3

CN25

TO THERMISTER

B2B-XH-A-S

1
2

CN22

PGND

5V

24V

B20B-PHDSS-B

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

CN36

B4B-PH-K-BK

1
2
3
4

CN29

B4B-PH-K-S

24V1(DSWS)

PGND

5V

(FSOL1)
(FSOL2)
(FSOL3)

5V

N.M.

C251

(SELIN1C)
(SELIN3C)

24V

N.M.

C252

Y2

CN31

(/CV_DPX)
(/CV_SIZE0)
(/CV_SIZE1)
(/CV_SIZE2)
(/CV_SIZE3)

1000p

C249

5V

PGND

24V

TO COIN VENDER

B3B-PH-K-BK

1
2
3

/CV_COPY
(/CV_COUNT)
(/CV_START)
(/CV_CA)

<CRU ONLY>

DRUM

TO DRUM INITAL SW<CRU ONLY>

B3P-VH

1
2
3

24V

TO SIDE COVER/FRONT COVER SWITCH

/CPSOL

CN28

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

B6B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4
5
6

CN19

5V

1-171925-2

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

CN37

CPEMPTY

/SFTDA

SFTDB
/SFTDB
SFTDA

KDS226
3

D24

5V

VCC3

24V

9/9

CP9
0603FA1.5A

5V

PGND

13FE-BT-VK-N

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

CN26

B3B-PH-K-BK

1
2
3

CN18

(PNC-a)

C248
(/AUD_TC)
0.1u

(/AUD_PNC)
(/AUD_COPY)
(/AUD_CA)
/AUD_READY
/AUD

24V

5V

PGND

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

B13B-PH-K-S

CN35

B4B-PH-K-R(RD)

1
2
3
4

CN32

TO AUDITOR

/DHROFF

24V

TO DEHUMIDIFY HEARTER

<SHIFTER MODEL ONLY>

SJMT1
SJMT3
SJMT0
SFTHP
SJMT2

TO CASETTE PAPER EMPTY SENSOR

TO INTERNAL COOLING FAN


TO TRAY PWB

VFMOUT
/VFMCNT

B4B-PH-K-S

1
2
3
4

CN17

TO HAND PAPER EMPTY SENSOR

1
2
3
4

24V

470J

TO CASETTE PICK24VUP SOLENOID

R191

CN27

TO DEV UNIT

B2B-XH-A-R(RD)

1
2

CN23

5V

TO DPX/PaperOUT SENSOR

TO PS ROLLER SOLENOID

<NON SHIFTER MODEL >

B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3

CN16

B3B-PH-K-S

TO HAND PAPER PICK UP SOLENOID

PGND

1
3
2
D26
DAN202U or KDS121
2
3
1
D28
DAP202U or KDS120

470J

1
2
3

1
3
2
D27
DAN202U or KDS121
2
3
1
D29
DAP202U or KDS120

R192

CN15

R194

VFMOUT
/VFMCNT

10J

1
2
3

N.M.

CASETTE

N.M.

470J
R206

TO INTERNAL COOLING FAN

10kJ

470J
R208

CN14

R196

470J
R207

470J

R188

Connector (2)

R197

470J
R190

470J
R209

TO CASETTE SWITCH
SENSOR

R195

470J

DAP202U or KDS120

R189

1
3
2
D33
DAN202U or KDS121
1
D34

20kJ

R200

AR-M205/M160/l5220

AR-M205/M160/l5220

10

1/3

100VAC (85 - 127V)

2. LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY

AR-M205/M160/l5220

11

2/3

120VAC (102 - 140V)

AR-M205/M160/l5220

12

3/3

220-240VAC (187 - 276V)

MODE

CCD-TG

CCD-CP

CCD-PHI2

CCD-PHI1

33J

220p

220p

DV5

C143
0.1uF

100kJ

R121

R122
33J

100kJ

13

220p

100J

C111
0.1uF

TP127

IC103D
8

TP145
NC

TP140

IC102C
8

C110
0.1uF

C116
0.1uF

F2A3

TP121

TP17
F2A1

TP139
F2A2

F1A1

TP123

F1A2

IC102D
11

SH0

TP143
TG3

TP136
CP

TP141
TG0
SH3

C118
0.1uF

TP126
MODE

74VHCT04MTC

R157

R156

R155

R154

R153

R152

R151

R150

TP135
RS

TP137
SW2

SH2

TP142
TG1

SH1

TP144
TG2

C112
0.1uF

IC104B

74VHCT00

IC102B
6

74VHCT00

74VHCT00
IC102A
3

C144
0.1uF

74VHCT04MTC

TP138

F1A3

74VHCT00

74VHCT04MTC
IC104C

IC104A

12
TP119
SW1 13

10

14

74VHCT04MTC

IC104E
10

74ACT04MTC

C141
0.1uF
IC103C
6

74ACT04MTC

IC103B
4

74ACT04MTC

IC103E
10

74ACT04MTC

IC103A
2

74ACT04MTC

IC103F
12

74ACT04MTC

74VHCT04MTC

IC104F

MO

74VHCT04MTC

IC104D

12

DV5

11

TP129

CP

TP125
F2
11

13

TP124
F1
9

TP128
RS

TP120

TG

220p

C113

R107

R109
33J

100kJ

R123

C120

R108

100J

R124

R125
33J

C140
0.1uF

DV5

220p

100J

100kJ

C117

R117

R116

R118
33J

100kJ

C142

100J

R120

R158

R119

100kJ

100J

R126

C119

R127

CCD-RS

R128
33J

14

3. CCD PWB

14

.
1

11

10

CCD-D0

CCD-D1

CCD-D2

CCD-D3

CCD-D4

CCD-D5

CCD-D6

CCD-D7

C102 C101
0.1uF 0.01uF

DV3.3

33J

33J

10J

10J

10J

33J

100J

100J

1
2
3
4

SH1

SH0

1A1

2A1

NC

2A3

10x4

10x4
BR102

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

8
7
6
5

ADCLK

TP102

Vsmp

TP103

8
7
6
5

BR101

ADCLK

vsmp

1
2
3
4

SS

OD

OS1

OS2

SW1-

bsmp

100kJ

100kJ
R101

100kJ
R102

R103

TCD2704

SH2

SH3

1A2

2A2

SS

1A3

SW2-

CP-

RS-

SS

OS3

IC1

.
1

.
.
1

TP104

CML
VI-B
CAPT

DGND
D7
D6
CAPB
AGND
AVDD
SLOAD
SCLK
SDATA

D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

AD9826

VI-G

OFFSET

VI-R

AGND

AVDD

R138 0

R139 N.M

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

0.1uF

C132

C108
100p

BOUT

GOUT

ROUT

R148
100J

C109
100p

C106
0.1uF

ADD5V

C103
0.1uF

C104
0.1uF

C105
0.1uF

C3
22uF/16V

C107
100p

B-OUT

TP113

G-OUT

TP114

R-OUT

TP115

ADD5V
C4
22uF/16V

C114
C115
0.1uF
0.1uF

L4
ZJSR5101-223

R137N.M

33J

33J

10J

10J

10J

33J

DVDD

ENABLE-

ADCCLK

CDSCLK2

CDSCLK1

DGND R147 N.M

TP101

DV5

R115

R114

R113

R112

R111

R110

A12V

IC101

bsmp

TP106
D7 7
TP42
D6 8
TP43
D59
TP108
D4 10
TP109
D3 11
TP110
D2 12
TP111
D1 13
TP112
D0 14

. 1
1

.
1
.
1.
1
.
1
1.
1.
1.

.
1
.
1
.
1

R104
100kJ

AFESDI

TP118

C6
22uF/16V

Q103
2N3906U

R146
2KJ

R105
100kJ

C136

R106
100kJ

0.1uF

C135
0.1uF

0.1uF

C133

C8
22uF/16V

C139
0.1uF

afesdi

bsmp

vsmp

0.1uF

afesck
afesdi

AFESEN

TP116

MODE

AFESCK

TP117

0.1uF

3.3V

12V

R133 33J

afesen

R131 33J

R132 33J

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

R142
2KJ

C138
0.1uF

C126
47pF

CCD-CP

CCD-RS

CCD-TG

DGND

DV5

12V

DGND

R143
100J

GOUT

TP132
GOUT

C128
47pF

C122
47pF

DGND

AFE-DB0

AFE-DB2

AFE-DB4

AFE-DB6

AFESCK

ADCLK

CCD-PHI1

CCD-PHI2

FE4-32-S15D3

MODE

AFE-DB1

AFE-DB3

AFE-DB5

AFE-DB7

DGND

AFESEN

DGND

AFESDI

BSAMP

DGND

VSAMP

DV3.3

DGND

12V

DGND

CN1

Q102
2N3906U

A12V

R144
N.M

TP133
OS-G

R134 33J

L1
ZJSR5101-223

C130

C134

R145
100J

ROUT

TP134
ROUT

R136 N.M

afesen
0.1uF

C131

22uF/16V

+ C1

DV3.3

R149
N.M

C7
22uF/16V

OS-R

TP38

A12V

.
1

.
1

.
1
.
1

1.
1
.
1

.
1

C125
47pF

C127
47pF

afesck

ADCLK

CCD-PHI1

CCD-PHI2

CCD-CP

R129 33J

22uF/25V

1/1

A12V

C121
47pF

C123
47pF

CCD-D3
CCD-D2
CCD-D1
CCD-D0

CCD-D7
CCD-D6
CCD-D5
CCD-D4

0.1uF

C145

0.1uF

C129

BOUT

TP130
BOUT

DV5
L3
ZJSR5101-223 C5
22uF/16V

CCD-RS

R130 33J

C137
0.1uF

+ C2

R159 N.M

CCD-TG

5VEN

L2
ZJSR5101-223

R135 N.M

R140
2KJ

Q101
2N3906U

A12V

R141
N.M

TP131
OS-B

C124
47pF

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

31

.
1

.
1
.

13

AR-M205/M160/l5220

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

0.1uF

0.1uF

C11

R42 1kJ

C9

+5V

1500pF

C10

240kJ

R40

D-GND
PSW
SCAN6
SCAN5
SCAN4
SCAN3
SCAN2
SCAN1
SELIN3
SELIN2
SELIN1
KEYIN
5V
5V
BZR
5VEN
PSL
OP-CLK
OP-/LATCH
OP-DATA
OP-/STB
ONL
D-GND
D-GND

24pin SMT 1mm pitch

CN1

R41
10kJ

5
4
6
2

1500pF

C12

VCC

CV
RST
THR
TRG

DSCHG

IC3

0.1uF

C22

NE555

OUT

47uF/16V

N.M

R46

R43

N.M

BZ1
PS1720P02

C2

PSL
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA
OP-/STB
ONL

0.1uF

47uF/16V

C1

C3

+5V

R45
1kJ

C27 N.M.

Q5
DTC143ZKA

R44
0J or Jamper

+5V

+5VEN

(PSW)

KEY19

1SS133

D1

1SS133

D2

1SS133

D3

1SS133

D4

1SS133

D5

(NM6K)

(CAK)

(SHPK)

KEY24

(NM9K)

KEY23

KEY22

(NM3K)

(CLK)

KEY18

KEY21

(ZUPK)

KEY17

(INTK)

KEY20

C21
N.M.

R58

R56

0.1uF

C20

R59
1KJ
R57

510J

+5V

(PRUPK)

KEY35

(NM0K)

KEY29

NM8K

KEY28

(NM5K)

KEY27

(NM2K)

KEY26

(ZDWK)

KEY25

16

1KJ

1KJ

11
10
9
7

15
14
13
12
1
2
3
4

N.M.

C19

A
B
C
G

D4
D5
D6
D7
D3
D2
D1
D0

74HC151

GND

VCC

IC1

(PRDWK)

KEY36

(ASTK)

KEY34

(NM7K)

KEY33

(NM4K)

KEY32

(NM1K)

KEY31

(MAGK)

KEY30

N.M.

C18

R60
R61
R62
R63
R55
R54
R53
R52

N.M.

C17

(AIK)

KEY37

(TSK)

KEY38

100J
100J
100J
100J
100J
100J
100J
100J

(PSEK)

KEY39

(OSEK)

KEY40

(EXMODK)

(EXUPK)

C25
N.M.

(AUDK)

KEY42

KEY43

C15
N.M.

KEY41

(EXDWK)

KEY44

C24
N.M.

KEY16

C16
N.M.

1SS133

C23
N.M

C14
N.M.

D6

C13
N.M.

4. COPY OPE PWB

R64
2KJ

R65
2KJ

DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5

R50
2KJ

ONL

LED_V1
LED_V2
LED_V3

R48
2KJ

R51
2KJ

R49
2KJ

GND

14
1

AR-M205/M160/l5220

R66
2KJ

R67
2kJ

C26
N.M.

R5
150J
R1
150J
R3
150J

R4
470J
R6
150J
R2
150J

+5VEN

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

CN2

1/2

15

OP-/STB
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA

PSL

OP-/STB
OP-CLK
OP-LATCH
OP-DATA

R47

f1

R32

c1

d2

g2

a2

150J

C7

200PF

R28
10KJ

+5V

d3

200PF

R11
10KJ

c2

e3

b2
f3

R39
150J

C5

LEDM

e2

b1
f2

(PML)

LED34

+5VEN

150J

150J

R9

470J

d1

g1

a1

200PF

C8
200PF

C4

R8
10KJ

b3

c3

R31
10KJ

g3

a3

R36
150J

IC2

R7

R27

R33
150J
R37
150J

R26
150J
R25
150J

R24
150J
R23
150J

ML1

LED29

R21
150J

R20
150J

1KJ

C6
0.1uF

/Q24
/Q25
10

1KJ

/Q17
/Q26
11

+5V

4
/Q20

R19
150J

2
/Q18
VCC
63

PS3

LED45

PS4

LED46

/Q22
/STROBE
51

PS2

LED44

PS1

LED43

/Q23
BEO
49

R22
150J

CS1L

LED38

ML3

LED32

50

ML2

LED30

BPL

LED31

PS5

APSL

CS2L

6
/Q21
/LATCH

R34
150J

PR9

PR4

PR3

AL5

LED28

LED47

LED42

LED39

3
/Q19
S IN
30

R10
1KJ
R30
1KJ

R35
150J

LC7935AN

R38
150J

LED27

LED22

LED21

PR8

LED26

AL2

PR5

LED23

LED35

PR2

LED20

AL3

LED33

SPFL

/Q27
CLOCK
64

LED37

/Q28
S OUT
19

AL4

Dig1

LED36

/Q29
GND1

PR7

/Q30
GND2
14

Dig2

LED25

/Q31
GND3
35

Dig3

PR6

/Q32
GND4
44

D.P
g
f
e
d
c
b
a

LED24

/Q1
GND5
62

Q2
DTB113ZK or KRA225S
3

R29

e1

32
/Q2

6
11
8
10
3
1
7
9

PR1

12

LTC-3650AG-02J

LED19

13

LEDM1

AL1

15

33
/Q3
/Q16
48

Q3
DTB113ZK or KRA225S
3

LED41

16

/Q4
/Q10
41

DATA5

LED_V1
LED_V2
LED_V3

R18
150J

AIL

LED40

PS7

R17
150J

OS1

LED50

OS2

LED51

OS3

LED49

LED52

PS6

LED48

/Q5
/Q11

Q4
DTB113ZK or KRA225S

17

42

DATA4

+5V

18

37
/Q6
/Q12

38
/Q7
/Q13

31

43

DATA3

34

45

DATA2

36

39
/Q8
/Q15
47

40
/Q9
/Q14
46

DATA1

AR-M205/M160/l5220

R16
150J

OS6

LED55

OS5

LED54

OS4

LED53

R14
150J

ZPL

LED18

INTL

LED17

RPL

LED16

R12
150J

AE

LED56

ME

LED57

PE

LED58

R15
150J

EXL

LED61

EXN

LED60

EXD

LED59

R13
150J

CS4L

LED63

ML4

LED64

CS3L

LED62

2/2

R68
150J

16

3.3V
5VEN
5VEN
USB_IN
D_CONT
VPO
VMO
OEN
RCV
VPIN
VMIN
SUSPEND
PARAAD0
PARAAD1
PARAAD2
PARAAD3
PARAAD4
PARAAD5
PARAAD6
PARAAD7
REV
/FAULT
/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT
/INTI
/SLCTIN
/AUTOFD
/STB
IF_DET

35FE-BT-VK-N

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

CN403

5. I/F PWB

C430

N.M

N.M

C429

C428 N.M

L402

470p

C435 470p

470p

C402

D401

C438

470p

C439

47u/16V

C401

11EQS06

5V2

3.3V1

47u/16V

C437 470p

JP WIER

L401

JP WIER

C436

N.M

470p

C432
C431 N.M

C440

5V1

N.M

C433 N.M

C434

C427
0.1u

C425
0.1u

3.3V1

10kJ
10kJ

R426
R425

3.3V1

N.M

R431

R432 0J
14
13
12
11
10
9
8

10
15

1
48
19
24

20
21
22
23

2
3
4
5
6

17
16
14
13
12
11
9
8

7
18

GND
GND

PLH
HLHin

C14
C15
C16
C17

Y9
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13

B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1

Vcc-cable
Vcc-cable

74LVX161284

GND
GND

HD
DIR
PLHin
HLH

A14
A15
A16
A17

A9
A10
A11
A12
A13

A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

Vcc
Vcc

IC403

IC401 USB_Transceiver

NC
VCC
OE#
VMO
RCV
VPO
VP
D+
VM
DSUSPEND SPEED
GND
NC

31
42

34
39

30
25

29
28
27
26

47
46
45
44
43

32
33
35
36
37
38
40
41

0.1u

C423

0.1u

5V1

10kJ

5V1

0.1u

C421

3.3V1

C424

R424

N.M

R433

3.3V1

0.1u

C420

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

VCC

NC7S08M5

A
B
GND

IC402

10kJ

1
2
3

3.3V1

R428

R403
R402

24J
24J

1.5kJ

R423

R430

10kJ

R429
100p

C426
ZENER_6.2V

D402

100p
100p
100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

100p

330p

100p

100p

C422 C416 C417 C419

100p

C412 C413 C414 C415 C418

100p

C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411

N.M.(1.5kJ)

R404

3.3V1

24J

10kJ
N.M.

R427

22J
22J
22J
22J

22J
22J
22J
22J
22J

22J
22J
22J
22J
22J
22J
22J
22J

L403
L404

R401

R405
R418
R419
R422

R414
R415
R416
R417
R421

R406
R407
R408
R409
R410
R411
R412
R413

N.M
N.M

L405
N.M

0.1u

C403

F.G

1
2
3
4

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

USB_CN

Shield

+5V
DD+
GND

CN402

F.G

/D STB
Data 0
Data 1
Data 2
Data 3
Data 4
Data 5
Data 6
Data 7
/ACK
BUSY
PE
SLCT
/AUTO FD
NC
SG
FG
PLHOUT

CN401

Shield

AR-M205/M160/l5220

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

IEEE1284_CN

D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
D-GND
/INIT
/FAULT
D-GND
NC
HLHIN
/SLCT IN

3.3KJ

1/1

R420

5V2

AR-M205/M160/l5220

17

CN3

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

6. SCAN OPE PWB

(DPCL)

LED7

(XYZL)

LED6

(SCNL)

LED1

(DU22)

LED5

(DAA)

LED3

(DU21)

LED4

(SOL)

LED9

(ODL)

LED8

(GRL)

LED10

(TIL)

LED13

(EEL)

LED11

(FIL)

LED14

(MSL)

LED15

(ECL)

LED12

KEY8

(ONLK)

(DPCK)

(AP1K)

(DUPK)

KEY11

KEY1

KEY9

(AP2K)

(XYZK)

(SCNK)

KEY7

(AP4K)

KEY4

(AP5K)

KEY5

(AP6K)

(AP3K)

KEY2

KEY6

ONLL

LED2

KEY3

KEY10

(SGK)

KEY12

(FTIK)

KEY14

(MSK)

KEY15

(ERK)

KEY13

1/1

AR-M205/M160/l5220

18

P-GND
D-GND
5V
/SFTDA
SFTHP
SFTDA
/SFTDB
SFTDB
24V
P-GND
/VFMCNT
VFMOUT
P-GND

13FE-BT-VK-N

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

CN1

7. TRAY PWB

+24VP VCC

C1 47uF/35V

SFTDB

SFTDA

/SFTDA

/SFTDB
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15

COM
COM

O4

O3

O2

O1

TD62064AP

I1
GND
GND
I2
NC
I3
GND
GND
I4
NC

IC1

1
8

16

MITJ22B

D1

+24VP

VCC

VFMOUT
/VFMCNT

VFMOUT
/VFMCNT

R1
220

/SFTMB
/SFTMA
SFTMB
SFTMA

SFTHP

B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3

CN5

B3B-PH-K-S

1
2
3

CN4

B6B-PH-K-R

6
5
4
3
2
1

CN3

B3B-PH-K-K

1
2
3

CN2

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