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SERVICE MANUAL
(without price)
ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
QT-6000
(EX-820)
AUG. 2004
QT-6000
Ver. 3 : Mar. 2010
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  • Page 1

    SERVICE MANUAL (without price) ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER QT-6000 (EX-820) AUG. 2004 QT-6000 Ver. 3 : Mar. 2010 INDEX...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS QT-6000 PAGE 1. SPECIFICATIONS..................1 2. INITIALIZATION ................... 5 3. DISASSEMBLY .................... 9 4. ASSEMBLY ....................15 5. OPTION INSTALLATION................21 6. IN LINE / OUT LINE ................... 27 7. DIAGNOSTIC OPERATION ............... 29 8. CIRCUIT EXPLANATIONS ................ 51 9.

  • Page 3: Specifications

    • Power consumption <AC input current at Adaptor> In operation 1.1A 1.1A 1.1A 1.1A Display off 0.25A 0.15A 0.14A 0.13A <DC input current at QT-6000> In operation 0.9A 0.9A 0.9A 0.9A Display off 0.5A 0.5A 0.5A 0.5A • Memory protection...

  • Page 4

    1-4. Devices specifications • LCD Display Name NL8060BC31-27 Size 12.1 inch SVGA TFT panel Resolution 800 x 600 Interface CMOS 6 bits Colors 262,144 colors • Touch Panel Name N010-0550-T711 Size 12.1 inch • Panel brightness control 1 x VR controller •...

  • Page 5

    1-6. Option List CASIO sales options DEVICE NAME MODEL NOTE • Magnet i-Button QT-6011DLS • Display set for customer QT-6060D Connect to Com 3 • Display cable for customer QT-6061CB (for mounting to the base) • Display 5-meter cable for customer QT-6062CB •...

  • Page 6

    Head of MCR 300,000 times (in a clean office room) Installing Precautions When installing QT-6000, attach the ferrite core to the QT-6000 side. Wind the AC adaptor cable around the ferrite core two times. The ferrite core is packed with QT-6000.

  • Page 7: Initialization

    Operation: 4. Turn on all peripheral devices of a terminal. 5. Turn on this terminal with pressing the initialze switch and release. Init Sw INIT Copyright(C)2004 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. All rights reserved. ROM VER xxxxxx xxxx CREATE xxxx-xx-xx xx:xx QT-6000 Version x.xx...

  • Page 8

    ——— Enter date if it is wrong. Date 01-10-10 ——— Enter time if it is wrong. Time 12:34 00 ID Character MC #01 ——— Within 12 characters Check System Master ——— Master / Backup master / Satellite / Self master Check cluster ID ———...

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    7. Select “1. Flag Clear” and press <YES> key to flag clear. or select “2.Init2” and press <YES> key and enter “8888888888” and <YES> key to Init 2. 2-2. SYSTEM INITIALIZATION In this chapter shows how to install QT-6000 systems and peripherals. 2-2-1. How to load IPL (Initial Program Loading) Normally, IPL is not necessary since the terminal has efficient programmable options to meet your circumstances.

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    2-2-2. IPL Operation 1. Turn on this terminal with pressing the initialze switch and release. INITIAL PROGRAM LOAD COM PORT 2. Enter “44449999” and press “OK” key. MODEM If you select “CF card”, insert the CF card into the slot before CF CARD IN LINE PORT this step.

  • Page 11: Disassembly

    3. DISASSEMBLY QT-6000 1. Separate the main unit and the stand. 2. Remove one screw and the cover. 3. Remove two screws and the cover. Screws 4. Remove ten screws. Screw × 10 5. Remove one screw and the lid of the software key.

  • Page 12

    7. Open the CARD SLOT COVER. 8. Remove each screw, and then the PC CARD and the COVER for the CF CARD. CARD SLOT COVER Screws 9. Release the hook and remove the REAR CASE. Be careful with the REAR CASE when removing it since there is a wiring which connects to the speaker. 10.

  • Page 13

    14. Remove the connector for the battery and the battery. 15. Remove four connectors. Connectors × 4 15. Remove twelve screws and the metal bracket. Screw × 3 Screw × 3 Screw × 3 Screw × 3 16. Remove three connectors and one FPC. Connectors ×...

  • Page 14

    17. Remove six screws, one connector, one FPC, three bosses, and then remove the main PCB. Screw × 6 boss Connectors 18. Remove 14 screws and then the LCD unit. Screw × 14 19. Remove two screws, one connector and the inverter PCB. Screw ×...

  • Page 15

    QT-6060D 1. Remove four screws. 2. Release the connector and remove the IO PCB. Screw × 4 Connector 3. Remove four screws and separate the unit as shown below. Screw × 4 4. Remove the cap. 5. Remove four screws under both packing. Screw ×...

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    6. Release the hook and remove the REAR CASE. 7. Remove five screws, connector and the HINGE. Screw × 5 8. Remove seven screws and separate the LCD Unit. Screw × 7 — 14 —...

  • Page 17: Assembly

    4. ASSEMBLY QT-6000 1. Place the LCD UNIT in the frame and fix it with four screws. 2. Connect the connector and fix the inverter PCB with two screws. Screw × 2 3. Fix the LCD UNIT to the FRONT CASE with 14 screws.

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    5. Connect one PFC and three connector. Connectors × 3 Terminal side 6. Fix the iron plate with twelve screws. Screw × 3 Screw × 3 Screw × 3 Screw × 3 7. Connect four connectors. 15. Remove four connectors. Connectors ×...

  • Page 19

    8. Connect the connector for the battery and assemble the battery. 9. Assemble the IO Unit and fix it with three screws. Connect four connectors and one FPC. Screw × 3 Connectors 10. Fix the iron plate with four screws. Screw ×...

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    11. Connect the connector for the speaker and assemble the REAR CASE. Hook the REAR CASE and fix it with ten screws. Screw × 10 12. Fix the PC CARD and the CF CARD COVER. Fix the backup battery cover with one screw. Connect the DRAWER wiring (a cable and an earth).

  • Page 21

    QT-6060D 1. Assemble the LCD Unit in the FRONT CASE with seven screws. Screw × 7 2. Connect the connector and fix the HINGE with five screws. Screw × 5 3. After fixing the packing to the REAR CASE, assemble the REAR CASE and the FRONT CASE. Hooks 4.

  • Page 22

    5. Fix the cap to the LCD Unit. Be careful with the position of the screw holes. 6. Fix the cap to the stand. Be careful with the direction of the cap. The height of the screw hole on the front side should be lower. 7.

  • Page 23: Option Installation

    5. OPTION INSTALLATION 5-1. Installing the display set for customer (EX-DP-UNIT-16) Metal bracket for type A Metal bracket for type B There are two types for the display set for customer (EX-DP-UNIT-16). Type A Type B To install Type A 1.

  • Page 24

    5. Fix EX-DP-UNIT-16 to the main unit with four screws. 6. Connect the cable to the main unit (COM3). 7. Fix the metal bracket which was removed in the above step 2. To install Type B 1. Remove five screws at the bottom and then the metal bracket.

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    LONG POLE It is possible to attach the long pole in QT-6060D. Please arrange the following parts at your side when you need them. Status in 4 Attachment parts (arranged by dealers) LONG-POLE (arranged by dealers) Turn the DP-UNIT-16 over. Remove four pan-head screws which are fixed in STD-POLE.

  • Page 26

    5-2. To install the I-Button 1. Remove the REAR COVER for QT-6000 (No.1 to No.10 in the disassembly procedure). 2. Remove one screw and then the I-Button cover. 3. Insert the I-Button. Fix it with a nut. Insert the earth plate.

  • Page 27

    6. Store the core in the main unit, and then fix it with fabric tape. 5-3. To install the MCR 1. Remove the REAR COVER for QT-6000 (No.1 to No.10 in the disassembly procedure). 2. Remove the packing from the main unit.

  • Page 28

    5. Fix the metal bracket to QT-6000 with two screws. 6. Connect the connector to QT-6000. NOTE: Arrange the cables so that they do not tangle with each other. 5-4. REMOTE PRINTER / SLIP PRINTERSCANNER Card slot cover 5-5. HANDY SCANNER...

  • Page 29: In Line / Out Line

    Maximum 32 terminals Max.500m 6-2. Wireless LAN There is a PC CARD SLOT in QT-6000 and a wireless LAN CARD can be installed to the PC CARD SLOT. The specifications are as shown below figure. The maximum communication distance is 20m.

  • Page 30

    3 ~ 32 terminal can be defined. Via COM 1 port of the master terminal or Inline (Ethernet) Maximum 32 terminals 2 PC Cable wiring QT-6000 (Com1) Pin No. Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal name (DSUB9) (DSUB25)

  • Page 31: Diagnostic Operation

    (2) Turn the power on while pressing the INIT switch. (3) Release the switch when the display shown below appears. * Operation is not guaranteed if the switch is released before the display appears. INIT Copyright(C)2004 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. All rights reserved. ROM VER xxxxxx xxxx CREATE...

  • Page 32

    7-3. DIAG command input system X X X X X X n Input a command according to the following code. XXXXXX : additional action n : number of times a : action g : group d : device number 7-4. Status Display With the EX820, the following display is displayed on the LCD (SVGA).

  • Page 33

    7-5. Check item The following test can be checked in the diagnostic test. Device to be checked Operation Note Page Batch test 1 Test Device : RAM, FLASH, Display, Print, Time, Drawer Batch test 2 Test Device : Display, Back light RAM WRITE/READ test n011 RAM READ only test...

  • Page 34

    7-6. Operation of each test [ 1 ] Batch test 1 [Function] RAM test, FLASH test, display test, test print, time setting and drawer open test are performed continuously. Make sure to connect the printer to COM4. [Operation] Refer to the page for the details of the following tests. Operation : The following tests are performed automatically.

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    [ 3 ] RAM WRITE/READ test [Function] WRITE/READ test for RAM is performed. A counter is displayed for RAM test as follows. [Operation] Operation : n: 0 1 = One time check (can be omitted) not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "ESC" key) [LCD] NOTE: Prints the address of the error in case the test ended n011...

  • Page 36

    [ 5 ] FLASH Check SUM test [Function] This test will check SUM test for FLASH is performed. [Operation] Operation : n: 0 1 = One time check (can be omitted) not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "ESC" key) [LCD] FLASH FLASH CHK SUM OK...

  • Page 37

    [ 7 ] CF-CARD WRITE/READ test [Function] This test will check the write/read test (connection test) for CF-CARD. Perform the CF-CARD clear test, before start of this test. Note that this test does not ensure the data inside the CF-CARD as well as its performance. [Operation] Operation : p : designates PCMCIA SLOT...

  • Page 38

    [ 9 ] CF-CARD CLEAR test [Function] This test will check the clear test for CF-CARD. Note that this test does not ensure the data inside the CF-CARD as well as its performance. [Operation] Operation : p: designates PCMCIA SLOT 0 = CF 1 = PCMCIA n: 0 = One time check (can be omitted)

  • Page 39

    [ 11 ] LCD test [Function] This test will check the LCD display. In case of one time check only, the test can be ended by the judgment (OK or NG) of the operator. The display can be switched by the touch of the panel. The display will not change to the next one unless the panel is touched.

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    [ 12 ] LCD calibration test [Function] This will test the calibration of the LCD (touch panel). * Perform the calibration in the diagnostic mode even when the product is in the market. Make sure to backup the register data when necessary. [Operation] A cross appears at the following four coordinates in the panel one by one.

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    [ 14 ] Remote Cust DISP test [Function] This test will check whether REMOTE DISP can be displayed. Make sure to connect REMOTE DISP to COM3. In case of one time check only, the test can be ended by the judgment (OK or NG) of the operator. Pastel green (white plus green) appears as the backlight, which turns off upon the end of the test.

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    [ 15 ] External printer print test [Function] This test will check the print test for the RS232C I/F printer. Connect the printer to the COM which is to be tested. [Operation] Operation : x1 x2 x3 X1:Print test pattern (0 = A pattern, 1 = B pattern) X2:Port selection (1 = COM1, 2 = COM2, 3 = COM3, 4 = COM4, 5 = COM5, 6 = COM6) X3:Baud rate selection (1 = 4800 bps, 2 = 9600 bps, 3 = 19.2 kbps) n: 0 = One time check (can be omitted)

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    [ 16 ] RS232C PORT test [Function] This is the RS232C test. The loop back test for RS232C port is performed by making the connection shown in the figure. Refer to [ 17 ] RS232C PORT batch test the figure for RS232C port connection. [Operation] Operation : x: Baud rate selection...

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    [ 17 ] RS232C PORT batch test [Function] This is the RS232C port batch test. The loop back test for RS232C port is performed by making the connection shown in the figure. The loop back test is performed from COM1 to COM 6 by the following setting by one time check. When performing this test, fix loop back connectors to all COM ports.

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    [ 18 ] Ethernet test [Function] This test will check the counter-communication of Ethernet. Always make the receive ECR in the wait mode first and then send data from the send ECR. The counter of the number of successful/failed communication to the LCD is displayed after the communication normally starts.

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    [ 19 ] MAC (Media Access Control) Address SET [Function] This test will write the MAC address. [Operation] * Once an ID is set, make sure to perform the test using this ID. When changing the ID, turn the power on again.

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    [ 20 ] Wireless LAN test [Function] This test will check the counter-communication of wireless LAN. Always make the receive ECR in the wait mode first and then send data from the send ECR. The counter of the number of successful/failed communication to the LCD is displayed after the communication normally starts.

  • Page 48

    [ 21 ] Time setting / [ 22 ] Time display [Function] This sets the time and date. When setting the time, the time and date will be displayed without inputting the fixed value. [Operation] * Date and time setting Operation : x1 x2 x3 x4 x5 x6 a: 0: time setting x1/x2: time, x3/x4: minutes, x5/x6: second 1: time setting x1/x2: year, x3/x4: month, x5/x6: day...

  • Page 49

    [ 24 ] Buzzer test [Function] This test will check the buzzer function. Ring the one-shot buzzer. [Operation] Operation : n: 0 = One time check (can be omitted) not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "ESC" key) [LCD] BUZZ n092...

  • Page 50

    [ 26 ] MCR test [Function] This is a card reader (MCR) test. The test enters the wait mode for only MCR input. The test judges the result between OK and NG by the comparison between already set data and read data.

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    [ 27 ] Sound playback test [Function] This test will check the sound playback of the internal or external speaker. In case of one time check only, the test can be ended by the judgment (OK or NG) of the operator. [Operation] Operation : a: Number of volume levels...

  • Page 52

    [ 28 ] Sound recording test [Function] This test will check the sound recorded by the internal or external microphone. The test records sound for three seconds, followed by the playback of the recorded data at the maximum volume. [Operation] Operation : Press [OK] or [NG] key to end the test.

  • Page 53: Circuit Explanations

    8. CIRCUIT EXPLANATION 8-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM — 51 —...

  • Page 54

    8-2. LSI BLOCK DIAGRAM ISDN(MODEM)PORT RS232C × 1 SERIAL I/F (COM1) BUFFER BUFFER CF CARD (IC8, 13, 17) (IC4, 5, 6, 7) SLOT SH BUS RS232C × 5 80Mhz (COM2 6) 10M/100MBASE Ethernet SDRAM PORT (IC28) (IC35) 256MB (IC12) Amplifier (IC14) Sound ADPCM...

  • Page 55

    8-3. RESET CIRCUIT The reset circuit is as follows. 8-4. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT 1 VP (DC 19V) For the drawer circuit VOP (DC 5.2V) For the COM2, 3 power and display ON/OFF LED VCC (DC 5V) For the logic circuit power The power supply circuit is as follows.

  • Page 56

    8-5. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT 2 VBAT (DC 3.3V) For the battery V1.5 (DC 1.5V) For the CPU core V1.8 (DC 1.8V) For the PCMCIA core The power supply circuit is as follows. 8-6. DRAWER I/F CIRCUIT The drawer open circuit is as follows. —...

  • Page 57

    8-7. CPU (IC26: SH7751) 8-7-1. Pin Assignment XTAL2 EXTAL2 VDD-RTC VSS-RTC PCICLK IDSEL /MD9 /MD10 MD6/ MD2/RXD2 QFP256 TCLK MD8/ MD1/TXD2 MD0/SCK2 MD7/ (Top view) AUDSYNC AUDCK AUDATA0 AUDATA1 AUDATA2 AUDATA3 Reserved MD3/ MD4/ VDD (internal) DACK0 VSS (internal) DACK1 DRAK0 DRAK1 VDDQ (IO)

  • Page 58: Block Diagram

    8-7-2. Block Diagram Lower 32-bit data Cache and I cache ITLB UTLB O cache controller INTC DMAC (SCIF) PCIC (PCI)DMAC BSC: Bus state controller CPG: Clock pulse generator DMAC: Direct memory access controller FPU: Floating-point unit INTC: Interrupt controller ITLB: Instruction TLB (translation lookaside buffer) UTLB: Unified TLB (translation lookaside buffer) External (SH) bus...

  • Page 59

    8-7-3. Pin Function PIN NAME DESCRIPTION Mode (H-UDI) Clock (H-UDI) VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND Data in (H-UDI) Chip select 0 Chip select 1 Chip select 4 Chip select 5 Chip select 6 Bus start WE0/REG D7–D0 select signal D15-D8 select signal Data VDDQ...

  • Page 60

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND Address VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND Address CAS2/DQM2 D23–D16 select signal CAS3/DQM3 D31–D24 select signal Data VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND Power Internal VDD Power Internal GND Data...

  • Page 61

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION WE3/ICIOWR D31–D24 select signal Power Internal VDD Power Internal GND SLEEP Sleep PCIGNT4 Bus grant (host function) PCIGNT3 Bus grant (host function) PCIGNT2 Bus grant (host function) PCIREQ4 Bus request (host function) PCIREQ3/MD10 Bus request (host function)/mode VDDQ Power IO VDD...

  • Page 62

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION AD14 AD13 PCI address/data/port AD12 AD11 VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND AD10 PCI address/data/port C/BE0 Command/byte enable Power Internal VDD Power Internal GND PCI address/data/port VDDQ Power I/O VDD VSSQ Power I/O GND PCI address/data/port PCI address/data/port IRL0 Interrupt 0...

  • Page 63

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION AUDSYNC – AUD sync AUDCK – AUD clock VDDQ Power IO VDD VSSQ Power IO GND AUDATA0 – AUD data AUDATA1 Power Internal VDD Power Internal GND AUDATA2 – AUD data AUDATA3 Reserved – Do not connect MD3/CE2A Mode/PCMCIA-CE MD4/CE2B...

  • Page 64: Pin Assignment

    8-8. I/O CONTROLLER (IC44: uPD784215AGC8018EU) 8-8-1. Pin Assignment P120/RTP0 P62/A18 P61/A17 P121/RTP1 P122/RTP2 P60/A16 P123/RTP3 P124/RTP4 P57/A15 P125/RTP5 P56/A14 P126/RTP6 P55/A13 P127/RTP7 P54/A12 P53/A11 P52/A10 P51/A9 P50/A8 P47/AD7 P46/AD6 RESET P45/AD5 P00/INTP0 P44/AD4 P01/INTP1 P43/AD3 P02/INTP2/NMI P42/AD2 P03/INTP3 P41/AD1 P04/INTP4 P40/AD0 P05/INTP5 P87/A7...

  • Page 65

    8-8-2. Block Diagram RxD1/SI1 INTP2/NMI PROGRAMMABLE UART/IOE1 TxD1/SO1 INTERRUPT INTP0, INTP1, BAUD-RATE ASCK1/SCK1 CONTROLLER INTP3-INTP6 GENERATOR RxD2/SI2 TI00 UART/IOE2 TxD2/SO2 TIMER/COUNTER TI01 BAUD-RATE (16 BITS) ASCK2/SCK2 GENERATOR CLOCKED TIMER/COUNTER1 SERIAL (8 BITS) INTERFACE SCK0 AD0-AD7 TIMER/COUNTER2 (8 BITS) A0-A7 A8-A15 TIMER/COUNTER5 BUS I/F TI5/TO5...

  • Page 66

    8-8-3. Pin Function PIN NO. PIN NAME DESCRIPTION P120/RTP0 P121/RTP1 P122/RTP2 P123/RTP3 8 bit input/output PORT P124/RTP4 P125/RTP5 P126/RTP6 P127/RTP7 Power Supply Main system Clock Sub system Clock RESET Reset P00/INTP0 P01/INTP1 P02/INTP2/NMI P03/INTP3 7 bit input/output PORT P04/INTP4 P05/INTP5 P06/INTP6 AVDD A/D CONVERTER POWER SUPPLY...

  • Page 67

    PIN NO. PIN NAME DESCRIPTION P83/A3 P84/A4 P85/A5 8 bit input/output PORT P86/A6 P87/A7 P40/AD0 P41/AD1 P42/AD2 P43/AD3 8 bit input/output PORT P44/AD4 P45/AD5 P46/AD6 P47/AD7 P50/A8 P51/A9 P52/A10 P53/A11 8 bit input/output PORT P54/A12 P55/A13 P56/A14 P57/A15 P60/A16 P61/A17 P62/A18 P63/A19 8 bit input/output PORT...

  • Page 68

    8-9. G/A (IC14: uPD65945GJ-093-JEU) 8-9-1. Pin Function PIN NO PIN NAME I / O D E S C R I P T I N PIN NO PIN NAME I / O D E S C R I P T I N VDD VDD VDD VDD ARC DATA (D0)

  • Page 69

    8-10. SDRAM (IC12: EDS2532AABH) 90-ball FBGA DQ26 DQ24 DQ23 DQ21 DQ28 VDDQ VSSQ VDDQ VSSQ DQ19 VSSQ DQ27 DQ25 DQ22 DQ20 VDDQ VSSQ DQ29 DQ30 DQ17 DQ18 VDDQ VDDQ DQ31 DQ16 VSSQ DQM3 DQM2 /RAS DQM1 NC /CAS /WE DQM0 VDDQ DQ8 DQ7 VSSQ VSSQ DQ10 DQ9...

  • Page 70

    8-11. FLASH RAM (IC1: MBM29QM12DH) TSOP (1) (Top View) RESET WP/ACC (Marking Side) RY/BY N.C. to A N.C. to DQ RESET RY/BY WP/ACC N.C. (FPT-56P-M01) Bank A address Cell Matrix Cell Matrix to A 16 Mbit 48 Mbit (Bank A) (Bank B) X-Decoder X-Decoder...

  • Page 71

    8-12. DISPLAY CONTROLLER (IC45: SM712) 8-12-1. Pin Assignment A 10 A 11 A 19 — 69 —...

  • Page 72

    8-12-2. Pin Function PIN NAME DESCRIPTION Host Interface AD [31:0] PCI multiplexed Address and Data Bus. A bus transaction consists of an address cycle followed by one or more data cycles. PCI Bus Command and Byte Enables. These signals carry the bus command during the address cycle and ~BE [3:0] byte enable during data cycles.

  • Page 73

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION External Display Memory Interface MA [9:0] External Memory Address Bus. The video memory row and column addresses are multiplexed on these lines. MD [63:0] External Memory Data Bus External Memory Write Strobe ~RAS External Memory SDRAM Row Address Select ~CAS External SGRAM Column Address Select ~CS0...

  • Page 74

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION CRT Interface Analog Red Current Output GREEN Analog Green Current Output BLUE Analog Blue Current Output IREF Current Reference Input CRTVSYNCC CRT Vertical Sync CRTHSYNC/ CRT Horizontal Sync or Composite Sync depending on CCR65 [0] CSYNC 0 = CRT Horizontal Sync 1 = Composite Sync Video Port Interface P [15:0]...

  • Page 75

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION VCC and GROUND Pins HVDD Host Interface VDD on I/O Ring, 3.3V MVDD Display Memory Interface VDD on I/O Ring, 3.3V FPVDD Flat Panel Interface VDD on I/O Ring, 3.3V VPVDD VPVDD VPort Interface VDD on I/O Ring 3.3V CVDD Clock (PLL) Analog Power, 3.3V AVDD...

  • Page 76

    8-13. ADPCM SPEECH LSI (IC15: MSM9841) 8-13-1. Pin Assignment BUSY FUL/DREQR CH/DACKR RESET AOUTR 8-13-2. Block Diagram o t t o t t o t o A a yz y th 15 to 0 o t o — 74 —...

  • Page 77

    8-13-3. Pin Function PIN NAME DESCRIPTION For 8-bit bus interface, the command allows these pins to be configured to be inputs or outputs to input or output data to and from an external memory. Otherwise, these pins are configured to be inputs only. D15-D8 For 16-bit interface, these pins are a bidirectional data bus to input or output data to and from an external microcontroller and memory.

  • Page 78

    PIN NAME DESCRIPTION Oscillator connection pins. When external clock is used, input clock into XT pin and leave XT pin open. Outputs sampling frequency selected at recording or playback. VCK pin is used as a synchronizing signal when external ADC or DAC is used. RESET When this pin is “L”...

  • Page 79

    8-14. ETHERNET CONTROLLER (IC28: LAN91C113) 8-14-1. Pin Assignment 8-14-2. Block Diagram — 77 —...

  • Page 80

    8-15. PCMCIA CONTROLLER (IC36: R5C485) 8-15-1. Pin Assignment CADR19 CADR1 CADR 0 CADR 1 AD10 AD11 CADR CADR1 AD13 CADR 3 CADR1 CADR CADR1 CADR CC 3 CADR CADR CADR CADR CADR3 CADR CADR1 AD19 CADR0 AD 0 CDA A0 AD 1 CDA A CDA A1...

  • Page 81: Error Code List

    9. ERROR CODE LIST Error messages When an error occurs on a QT-6000 terminal, a buzzer sounds and the appropriate error message appears on the main display, indicating what action to take. The following table lists the error messages and describes the action to take.

  • Page 82

    Meaning Action Prompt message E051 CHK/TBL No. is Attempt is made to use the <NEW Finalize and close the check that is occupied. CHECK> key to open a new check currently under the number that you want to using a number that is already used for use or use a different check number.

  • Page 83

    Meaning Action Prompt message ********** Time out at ECR which has printer Follow the prompt message. E073 Your receipt/order may “****” means ECR logical ID and printer not be issued. number. YES:Retry to print. NO :Backup to R/J printer. ESC:Discard data. E075 Negative Balance, Attempted finalization when balance is Register item(s) until the balance becomes...

  • Page 84

    Meaning Action Prompt message E140 Wrong menu. This sheet holder is prohibited by Set correct sheet holder. program. E141 Press <TRAY TTL> <TRAY TOTAL> key is not pressed Follow the prompt message. twice before finalization. twice before finalization. E145 Arrangement syntax Arrangement syntax error Program the arrangement again.

  • Page 85

    Meaning Action Prompt message E200 Insert CF Card. CF card is not inserted to the slot. Insert CF card. E201 Format error. CF card data or formats illegal. Check the CF card. E203 Insufficient memory. Insufficient memory is remained in CF Format or use a new CF card.

  • Page 86

    Operation prompt All prompt messages, together with descriptors and symbol characters for displaying / printing are contained in the list below. These messages cannot be added, modified or deleted. Meaning Prompt message Data cannot be printed out. Request to check the X / Z report data which cannot Backup to R/J printer? be printedout.

  • Page 87

    System error code All error codes are contained in the list below. These error codes are displayed or printed on error log report. Error code Meaning 0010 Handler access error (software) 0011 Cannot execute handler (system configuration) 0012 Break by PC 0013 Break by ECR 0014...

  • Page 88

    Error code Meaning 0079 Z lock release error on satellite terminal 0081 Check tracking master is removed from system. 0082 Check tracking backup master is removed from system. 0128 Parameter error / Maximum length of send error 0130 Error drive 0134 Network parameter error 0138...

  • Page 89

    9-4. OS Fatal Error When a fatal error occurs during an operation of the operating system, normal operation becomes impossible afterwards. Therefore, the OS displays a message as shown below and stops the operation of ECR. Such errors include errors of the OS (ITRON) itself, driver system errors, etc. The values of Error No.

  • Page 90

    4 Description of Errors (1) Semaphore acquisition error Error No. -1 / -4 / -6 Description of phenomenon: This is a system error in ITRON. This phenomenon may occur when the exclusion function of ITRON is used. Possible causes: A software bug or an illegal operation of ITRON. (2) Mailbox creation error Error No.

  • Page 91

    2 error point: Indicates the point on the memory where the operation instruction that causes the above general exception is located (program counter). However, an illegal address may be displayed depending on the exception code. 3 access adrs: Indicates the address that is accessed according to the operation instruction that causes the above general exception.

  • Page 92

    (8) error no. 180: Reservation instruction code exception (9) error no. 1A0: Slot illegal instruction exception Description of phenomenon: These exceptions occur when an illegal instruction is performed. Possible causes: It is hard to think that this phenomenon is caused by software, because these errors occur due to an internal operation of the CPU.

  • Page 93: Ic Data

    10. IC DATA MAIN PCB (E820-1 PCB) 1. ALVCH16244 (IC13, 17) logic diagram (positive logic) terminal assignments FUNCTION TABLE (each 4-bit buffer) INPUTS OUTPUT OUTPUT V CC V CC V CC V CC NC No internal connection — 91 —...

  • Page 94

    2. ALVCH16245 (IC8) logic diagram (positive logic) 1DIR 1DIR To Seven Other Channels 2DIR terminal assignments FUNCTION TABLE (each 8-bit section) INPUTS 1DIR OPERATION OPERATION B data to A bus V CC V CC A data to B bus Isolation V CC V CC 2DIR...

  • Page 95

    3. BR93L46RF (IC35) Pin Name Function Power Supply INPUT Chip Selct INPUT Serial Clock Input Start bit,Cord,Address,Serial data OUTPUT Serial data input, READY/BUSY status 4. HD74LV00 (IC29) 5. HD74LV74 (IC25) FUNCTION TABLE INPUTS OUTPUTS 1CLR 2CLR 1CLK H Ü H Ü 1PRE 2CLK 2PRE...

  • Page 96

    6. HD74LVC08 (IC20) 7. HD74LVC138 (IC11) 14 V GND 8 8. HD74LVC244 (IC4,5) Inputs Output Y H : High L : Low Don’t care High impedance 9. HD74LVC245 (IC6,7) Inputs Output Y T / R Bus B Data to Bus Bus A Data to Bus B H : High L : Low...

  • Page 97

    10. HIN202CBNZ-T (IC24) 0.1 F +5V TO 10V 0.1 F VOLTAG E INVERTER +10V TO -10V 0.1 F VOLTAG E INVERTER 0.1 F 400k 400k 11. HIN211CAZ-T (IC3,9,23,27) 0.1 F 0.1 F +5V TO 10V VOLTA GE DOUBLER +10V TO -10V 0.1 F VOLTAGE INVERTER 0.1 F...

  • Page 98

    12. IDT2305 (IC40) FUNCTIONALBLOCKDIAGRAM CLKOUT CLKOUT CLK2 CLK4 CLK1 CLK1 Control Logic CLK2 CLK3 CLK4 13. LM4876M (IC18) Typical Application SHUTDOWN Vol2 – IN Amp1 BYPASS – 10kΩ 10kΩ 100kΩ + IN – IN Vol1 Amp2 Bypass – Av= –1 100kΩ...

  • Page 99

    15. RTC-7301DG (IC19) Control Line 32.768 kHz Digital Trimming DIVIDER FOUT REGISTER Temperature CLOCK VTEMP Sensor CALENDAR FOUT 7301SF FOUT TIMER FCON CONTROLLER REGISTER 7301DG INTERRUPTS ALARM CONTROLLER REGISTER A0 - A3 CONTROL D0 - D3 REGISTER INTERFACE CIRCUIT SYSTEM REGISTER 16.

  • Page 100

    19. SN74HC148 (IC32) logic diagram (positive logic) FUNCTION TABLE INPUTS OUTPUTS 20. SN74LV04APWR (IC10) 21. SSN74LV07A (IC37) — 98 —...

  • Page 101

    22. SN74LV08APWR (IC47,57) 23. SN74LV10APWR (IC23) 14 V 14 V 24. SN74LV244APWR (IC22,38,39) Inputs Output Y H : High L : Low Don’t care High impedance 25. SN74LV32APWR (IC48,52~54) 14 V — 99 —...

  • Page 102

    26. SN74LV374APWR (IC16,21,50,51) FUNCTION TABLE INPUTS OUTPUT 27. SN74LVC1G08 (IC56) 14 V 28. SN74LVC1G97 (IC31,58) FUNCTION TABLE INPUTS OUTPUT logic diagram (positive logic) — 100 —...

  • Page 103

    29. XC6206P182MR (IC34) PIN ASSIGNMENT PIN NUMBER FUNCTION NAME Ground VOUT Output VOUT Power Input BLOCK DIAGRAM Current Limit Voltage Reference 30. XC6219B332MR (IC46) (NC) PIN ASSIGNMENT PIN NUMBER FUNCTION NAME Input Ground ON/OFF Control No Connection VOUT Output BLOCK DIAGRAM ON/OFF each circuit Control...

  • Page 104

    31. XC62EP1502MR (IC42) CE/CE PIN ASSIGNMENT PIN NUMBER FUNCTION NAME Ground Supply voltage input VOUT VOUT Regulated voltage output Base current control CE/CE Chip enable 32. XC6365A363MR (IC2) (FB) Phase Compensation Error Amp Controler Buffer, EXT/ Drive EXT/ Vref whth Ramp Wave PWM/PFM Soft Start,...

  • Page 105: Pcb Layout

    11. PCB LAYOUT MAIN PCB (E820-1R PCB) (TOP VIEW) — 103 —...

  • Page 106

    MAIN PCB (E820-1R PCB) (BOTTOM VIEW) — 104 —...

  • Page 107

    E820-CNB INTERFACE PCB ( PCB) (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) LED PCB (E820-LED PCB) (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) MIC PCB (E820-MIC PCB) (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) — 105 —...

  • Page 108: Circuit Diagrams

    12. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM MODEL : QT-6000 (EX-820) CONTENTS 1. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT 2-1. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT (1/11) ..................107 2-2. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT (2/11) ..................108 2-3. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT (3/11) ..................109 2-4. MAIN PCB CIRCUIT (4/11) ..................110 2-5.

  • Page 109

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (1/11) RJE50**** (EX-820) — 107 —...

  • Page 110

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (2/11) RJE501***D20* (EX-820) — 108 —...

  • Page 111

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (3/11) RJE501***D20* (EX-820) — 109 —...

  • Page 112

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (4/11) RJE501***D20* (EX-820) — 110 —...

  • Page 113

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 E820-1 MAIN BOARD (5/11) RJE501***D20* CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-820) — 111 —...

  • Page 114

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 E820-1 MAIN BOARD (6/11) RJE50****D20* CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-820) — 112 —...

  • Page 115

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (7/11) RJE50****D20* (EX-820) — 113 —...

  • Page 116

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 E820-1 MAIN BOARD (8/11) RJE50****D20* CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-820) — 114 —...

  • Page 117

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (9/11) RJE50****D20* (EX-820) — 115 —...

  • Page 118

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-1 MAIN BOARD (10/11) RJE50****D20* (EX-820) — 116 —...

  • Page 119

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 E820-1 MAIN BOARD (11/11) RJE501***D02* CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-820) — 117 —...

  • Page 120

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-CNB CONNECTOR BOARD RJE501***D30* (EX-820) — 118 —...

  • Page 121

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-S1 POWER SOUCE RJE01***D20* (EX-820) — 119 —...

  • Page 122: Model: Qt-6000

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-820) E820-MIC RJE501***D40* — 120 —...

  • Page 123

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6000 (EX-820) CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. E820-LED RJE501***D40* — 121 —...

  • Page 124

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6060D EDP-1 MAIN BOARD (1/2) RJE50**** CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. (EX-DP-UNIT-16) — 122 —...

  • Page 125

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6060D CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. EDP-1 MAIN BOARD (2/2) RJE501***D20* (EX-DP-UNIT-16) — 123 —...

  • Page 126

    Model Board No. Name Drawing No. QT-6060D (EX-DP-UNIT-16) CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. EDP-CNB1 SUB BOARD RJE50*** — 124 —...

  • Page 127: Parts List

    2. As for spare parts order and supply, refer to the “GUIDEBOOK for Spare Parts Supply”, published separately. 3. The numbers in item column corespond to the same numbers in drawing. 4. CASIO does not supply the spare parts without parts code. 5. Remarks Q'ty :...

  • Page 128: Exploded View (qt-6000)

    EXPLODED VIEW (QT-6000) 10-2 10-1 10-3 39-1 48-1 48-2 48-1 48-2 — 126 —...

  • Page 129: Main Pcb Block

    Q'ty Price Standard Standard Dallas Item Code No. Parts Name Specification Rank Code Model Model Other Model 1. MAIN PCB BLOCK 1016 5847 PCB ASSY/E820-1 RJE501150*001 N IC26 1016 4750 LSI HD6417751RF240 N IC44 1016 4748 LSI D78F4216AGC8EUDA01 IC14 1007 3986 LSI UPD65945GJ-P16-JEU N IC1 1017 8771 LSI...

  • Page 130

    Q'ty Price Standard Standard Dallas Item Code No. Parts Name Specification Rank Code Model Model Other Model RESISTOR/CHIP R31,178,198,252,276, CR1/16-104JV R278,279,319,320 RESISTOR/CHIP R33,181,182,333 CR1/16-105JV RESISTOR/CHIP R277 CR1/16-113JV RESISTOR/CHIP R95,101,106,112,274 CR1/16-123JV RESISTOR/CHIP R69,297 CR1/16-201JV RESISTOR/CHIP R8,63,90,195 CR1/16-203JV RESISTOR/CHIP R180 CR1/16-243JV RESISTOR/CHIP R56-61,67 CR1/16-331JV RESISTOR/CHIP...

  • Page 131

    Q'ty Price Standard Standard Dallas Item Code No. Parts Name Specification Rank Code Model Model Other Model CAPACITOR/CHIP CERA C109 GRM1882C1H681JA01D CAPACITOR/CHIP CERA C95,99,102,104 GRM1882C1H182JA01D CAPACITOR/CHIP CERA C144 GRM1882C1H150JA01D CAPACITOR/CHIP CERA C77,78,81,83-87,90-94, GRM1882C1H101JA01D C96-98,100,101,103, C105,106,110,112,165, C171,174,175,177,178, C209,210 CAPACITOR/CHIP CERA GR442QR73D102KW01L CAPACITOR/CHIP TANTALUM SY4-0J106M-RA CAPACITOR/CHIP TANTALUM SY4-1A107M-RD0 C5,21,36,41,115...

  • Page 132: Lcd Block

    3. FRONT CASE BLOCK 1018 3838 CASE SUB ASSY/FRONT RJE501231*001V01 1018 3840 CASE SUB ASSY/FRONT RJE501231*002V01 1032 4536 CASE/FRONT RJE501081-001V03 10-1 1018 2639 PLATE/CASIO E820 RJE501249-001V01 10-2 1030 1133 COVER/DALLAS RJE501089-001V02 10-3 1016 5819 CHASSIS/NUT RJE501118-001V01 1016 5817 SEAL/LCD E820...

  • Page 133: Rear Case Block

    Q'ty Price Standard Standard Dallas Item Code No. Parts Name Specification Rank Code Model Model Other Model 1016 5841 CABLE SUB ASSY/MIC RJE501166*002V01 1016 5842 CHASSIS/F E820 RJE501110-001V01 1017 0488 JOINER/FFC A-E820 RJE501228-001V01 1008 5156 CABLE SUB ASSY/DRAWER E440737*1 6247 2318 CABLE SUB ASSY/FG E310997-26 FERRITE CORE TR-20-10-10...

  • Page 134

    Q'ty Price Standard Standard Dallas Item Code No. Parts Name Specification Rank Code Model Model Other Model 8. OTHER 1016 5795 COVER/CON E820 RJE501083-001V01 1016 5796 COVER/CF E820 RJE501087-001V01 1016 5797 COVER/LAN E820 RJE501088-001V01 SCREW/BIND S-BDMA-3X8BC SCREW/BIND PTITE S-BDPT-3X8BC SCREW/BIND S-BDMA-3X12BC 1017 0322 SCREW/BIND E820 RJE501232-001V01...

  • Page 135: Exploded View (qt-6060d)

    EXPLODED VIEW (QT-6060D) Sales Option — 133 —...

  • Page 136: Display Pcb Block

    P r i c e I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q ' t y R a n k Code 1. DISPLAY PCB BLOCK 1 1016 6273 PCB ASSY/EDP-1 RJE501147*001V01 N IC6 D784216AGC8EUDB01 N IC9 1016 6277 LSI LE28F4001CTS-12L01 1016 6792 IC HIN211CAZ-T...

  • Page 137: Display Block

    P r i c e I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q ' t y R a n k Code 2. DISPLAY BLOCK 2 1016 6707 CASE/FRONT EDP RJE501139-001V01 1012 6583 CUSION/LCD V E466 RJE500659-001V01 1012 6584 CUSION/LCD H E466 RJE500659-002V01 3 1012 0084 LCD UNIT MDG12DC38-FC...

  • Page 138: Drawer (dl-2425)

    12. DRAWER (DL-2785) — 136 —...

  • Page 139

    DL-2785(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001 1012 0511 COVER/TOP...

  • Page 140: Drawer (dl-2525)

    13. DRAWER (DL-2786) — 138 —...

  • Page 141

    DL-2786(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001 1012 0511 COVER/TOP...

  • Page 142: Drawer (dl-2785)

    14. DRAWER (DL-2920) — 140 —...

  • Page 143

    DL-2920(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001 1012 0511 COVER/TOP...

  • Page 144: Drawer (dl-2786)

    15. DRAWER (DL-2921) — 142 —...

  • Page 145

    DL-2921(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001...

  • Page 146: Drawer (dl-2920)

    16. DRAWER (DL-2425) — 144 —...

  • Page 147

    DL-2425(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001 1012 0511 COVER/TOP...

  • Page 148: Drawer (dl-2921)

    17. DRAWER (DL-2525) — 146 —...

  • Page 149

    DL-2525(M type) I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q t ' y P r i c e R a n k c o d e CASE/MAIN RJE500529-001 NOT SUPPLY 1012 0508 PLATE/BOTTOM RJE500534-001 1012 0509 CHASSIS/LEFT RJE500532-001 1012 0510 CHASSIS/RIGHT RJE500533-001...

  • Page 150: Drawer (dl-3616)

    18. DRAWER (DL-3616) — 148 —...

  • Page 151

    DL-3616 (L type) I t e m Code No. Parts name Specification Q ' t y Price Code RANK 1907 7272 LOCK ASSY ZD00290-0 1906 0672 NUT M4XP0.7 9487 0383 LABEL DL-3616 1907 9613 WIRE/FG ZD31670 1907 0223 CONNECTOR 1625-03PI 1902 7112 GROMET 1902 7076 SPRING ZD01370B...

  • Page 152: Drawer (dl-3617)

    19. DRAWER (DL-3617) — 150 —...

  • Page 153

    DL-3617 (L type) I t e m Code No. Parts name Specification Q ' t y Price Code RANK 1907 7935 LOCK ASSY ZD00280-0 1906 0672 NUT M4XP0.7 9487 0384 LABEL DL-3617 1907 9613 WIRE/FG ZD31670 1907 0223 CONNECTOR 1625-03PI 1902 7112 GROMET 1902 7076 SPRING ZD01370B...

  • Page 154

    Ver. 1 : Sep. 2004 • Full-page correction of "2-2-1. How to initialize the terminal" (pages 5,6) • Full-page correction of "2-2-2. IPL Operation" (page 8) • Replacement of the images in "5-3. To install the MCR" (pages 25, 26) • Correction of the names of items in "6. IN LINE/ON LINE" (page 27) • Correction of "7-4. Status Display" (page 30) • Correction of "7-6. Operation of each test" (pages 33, 34, 38, 43, 45) • Replacement of the parts list (pages 127 to 132, 134, 135) Ver. 2 : Oct. 2004 • Correction of "5-1. Installing the display set for customer" (page 22) • Addition of a "Note" in [18] Ethernet test of "7. DIAGNOSTIC OPERATION" (page 43) • Correction of "[19] MAC Address SET" (page 44) Ver. 3 : Mar. 2010 • Correction of "EXPLODED VIEW (QT-6000)" (page 126) • Correction of "PARTS LIST" (pages 130 to 132) CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. Overseas Service Division 6-2, Hon-machi 1-Chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan...

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