Sharp AR-PB8 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    CODE: 0 0ZARPB8//A1E DIGIT AL COP IER OPTION P RINTER EXP ANSION KIT MODEL AR- PB 8 Part s mark ed w[...]

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    AR-PB8 CONTENTS [ 1 ] SYSTEM CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 [ 2 ] SPECIFICATIONS . [...]

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    [1] SYSTEM CONFIGURATION [2] SPECIFICATIONS 1. Basic specifications LCD panel kit PS2 e xpansion kit[...]

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    Item Contents Interface select Auto Emulation select Auto Plug and play Conforming (only with Window[...]

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    D. Option (1) LCD kit AR-PA1 Key 6 pcs. (LINE, MENU, ITEM, ← , → , ENTER) Lamp 2 (DATA, ONLINE) [...]

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    (2) Network board 10/100 Base TX TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, Ether Talk, Jet Admin ∗ A 10 Base 2/T TCP/IP, IP[...]

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    (2) Paper feed port Tray kind Bypass Tray Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Capacity 100 sheets 250 sheets[...]

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    H. Print Area Paper size A BCDE FGH A3 7014 9920 6730 142 100 300 6814 0 B4 6070 8597 5786 142 100 3[...]

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    I. Print reference This machine employs the center reference system. Since the digital copier is not[...]

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    [3] SET UP 1. Procedures on the copier (operation panel) ∗ When installing the LCD panel kit simul[...]

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    B. Copier shield plate disassembly • Remove screws, and remove the shield plate. C. PWB fixing pla[...]

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    G. PWB cover installation • Install the PWB cover with screws. 3. Expansion memory installation ?[...]

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    6. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER To use this printer with your computer, you must install the printe[...]

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    6) Print a test page by clicking the [Finish] button. Note: If you check “No” and click the [Fin[...]

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    C. Installing onto Windows 95/98 without Using the Plug & Play Function Computers using Windows [...]

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    D. Installing onto Windows NT 4.0 1) Turn the computer on and start Windows NT. 2) Click the Start m[...]

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    [4] SETTING AND ADJUSTMENTS 1. Configuration setting (Basic Menu Setting Procedure) Note: The menus [...]

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    DATA LINE MENU ITEM ENTER DATA NE MENU ITEM ENTER 4) Press the Left or Right arrow key to change the[...]

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    [5] SIMULATION 1. Entering the simulation mode Perform the following procedure to enter the simulati[...]

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    [6] CONFIGURATION REPORT AND TEST PAGE To test print the configuration page and font list, use the f[...]

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    2. Items and contents A. Hardware status (Machine information) a. Language Value: (English/French/Ge[...]

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    [7] FIRMWARE VERSION UP 1. Cases where flash memory rewriting is required In the following cases, th[...]

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    [8] TROUBLE CODE LIST Main code Sub code Detail of trouble F9 00 Content F9- ∗∗∗ Communication[...]

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    [9] CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CPU NR4650 (Internal 133MHz) G/A (1) SYSAD[63:0] SYSCMD[8:0] SY[...]

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    2. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 9 – 2 9 – 3 A B C D E A B C D E 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 IC1 NR4650 GND 3 VCC 4 GND 9 [...]

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    9 – 4 9 – 5 R95 10 R96 10 X2 14.318MHz CY2292 12 IC18 CLKB 9 CLKA 10 10 66 113 GND 11 S0 12 S1 1[...]

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    9 – 6 9 – 7 R176 10 R223 10 IC21 74LS244 1A1 2 1A2 4 1A3 6 1A4 8 2A1 11 2A2 13 2A3 15 2A4 17 1G [...]

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    9 – 8 9 – 9 4 3 2 1 4 2 1 3 E D C B A E D C B A LDT[15:0] SYSAD[15:0] PIARD_ LDTOE_ MBA[11:0] MA[...]

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    9 – 10 9 – 11 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 A B C D E A B C D E CN1 DIMM72 A0 12 A1 13 A2 14 A3 15 A4 16 A5 17[...]

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    9 – 12 9 – 13 4 3 2 1 E D C B A 4 3 2 1 E D C B A MD[63:0] CAS5_ CAS4_ CAS7_ CAS6_ CAS3_ CAS2_ C[...]

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    9 – 14 9 – 15 4 3 2 1 E D C B A 4 3 2 1 E D C B A RESET_ DUMMY VDATA_ VDIN_ PIAWE_ EETCS_ VFCLK [...]

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