Casio SP-1300 Technical Manual

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TECHNICAL MANUAL
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TERMINAL SLIP PRINTER
SP-1300
FEB. 2000
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  • Page 1 TECHNICAL MANUAL (without price) TERMINAL SLIP PRINTER SP-1300 FEB. 2000 INDEX...
  • Page 2 INTRODUCTION This manual describes the Slip printer SP-1300. It is designed for use as a reference for periodic inspections and maintenance procedures to be executed by service personnel. It is not intended for the general user. Users of this manual should have a basic knowledge and understanding of the English language.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CHAPTER 1. ADJUSTMENTS Some of the features of this printer require minor adjustments in order to ensure optimal performance. This chapter explains how to make these adjustments. Please make sure to check that all of these adjust- ments are maintained whenever the printer is serviced or parts are changed. 1.
  • Page 4: Tools And Measures

    1. Tools and measures The tools displayed in Table 1-1 are required when following the instructions in Chapter 1 (Adjust- ments) and Chapter 3 (Parts Replacement). Be sure to lock the screws back into place after completing the processes described in Chapter 1 (Adjustments) and Chapter 3 (Parts Replacement).
  • Page 5: Adjusting The Gap Between The Print Head And Platen

    2. Adjusting the gap between the print head and platen This adjustment allows for optimal print quality. 2-1 Measuring the gap between the print head and platen Remove printer mechanism according to the procedure described in section 2,2. Using the clearance gauge, measure the gap (backlash) between the print head and the platen. Notice: When adjusting, install the four rubber sheets in the printer mechanism.
  • Page 6: Adjusting The Gap Between The Print Head And Platen

    2-2 Adjusting the gap between the print head and platen Follow the instructions below if the size of the gap is not within the standard range. Loosen the screws 1 (in 2 places). Adjust the head gap by rotating the adjusting washer (D). If using a jig, make adjustments from above.
  • Page 7: Adjusting The Dot Alignment

    3. Adjusting the Dot Alignment This adjustment is made when the alignment of the print generated from left to right (outwards) does not correspond with the print generated from right to left (inwards). The acceptable range of displacement is a pitch of 1. 3-1 Adjustment A Generate a print sample to assess the range of displacement.
  • Page 8: Adjustment B

    3-2 Adjustment B Remove the stop ring and idol gear as shown in Fig. 1-5. Move the motor gear the equivalent of one tooth. Reattach the idol gear and stop ring. The position- ing of the motor gear in relation to the idol gear is illustrated in Fig. 1-6 (refer to the placement of the symbols).
  • Page 9: Adjusting The Solenoid Gap

    3-3 Adjusting the Solenoid Gap Loosen the screw 1 and move the solenoid base in the direction indicated by the arrow to increase the gap to between 0.3 and 0.5 mm. Screw 1 Solenoid trigger Clutch claw (A) Claw Fig. 1-7 Adjusting the solenoid gap This adjustment will cause the end of the solenoid trigger to make contact with the clutch claw (A).
  • Page 10: Adjusting The Cam Position

    3-4 Adjusting the cam position Remove the stop ring. Adjust the clutch spring and claw (A), (B) by sliding them apart as indicated in Fig. 1-5. Adjust the cam horizontally as shown in the illustration while allowing it to make contact with the clutch claw.
  • Page 11 CHAPTER 2. PARTS REPLACEMENT This chapter explains disassembly and reassembly of the printer. Note the following precautions during disassembly and reassembly. Disconnect the printer power cord plug from the wall outlet before servicing it. Assembly is the reverse of disassembly unless otherwise specified. After reassembly, coat the screw heads with locking sealant.
  • Page 12 1. Upper Case Unit (1) Turn off the powerswitch, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet (2) Remove • Three screws 1 • Upper case unit 2 • Front cover unit 3 • Connector 4 2. Printer Mechanism (1) Remove •...
  • Page 13 3. Control Panel Board Unit (1) Remove • Upper case unit according to the proce- dure described in Section 2. 1 • Two screws 1 • Control panel board unit 2 4. Main Logic Board Unit (1) Remove • Printer mechanism unit according to the procedure described in Section 2.2 •...
  • Page 14 5. Paper Detector BD Unit (1) Remove • Printer mechanism unit according to the procedure described in Section 2.2 • Screw 1 • Four screws 2 • Print head drive unit 3 • Two screws 4 • Ground plate 5 •...
  • Page 15 7. Carriage Motor Unit (1) Remove • Paper detector BD unit according to the procedure described in Section 2.5 • Screw 1 • Ribbon base 2 • Stop ring 3 • Gear 4 • The two soldered lead wires 5 with the soldering iron ( black, red ) •...
  • Page 16 9. Print Head (1) Remove • Paper detector BD unit according to the procedure described in Section 2.5 • Screw 1 • Ribbon base 2 • Print head 3 • Remove the print head after it is moved to either the left or right end. •...
  • Page 17 CHAPTER 3. MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION 1. Maintenance ......................16 1-1. Cleaning ......................16 1-2. Checks ......................16 2. Lubrication ......................17 2-1. Type of oil ......................17 2-2. Lubrication method ..................17 2-3. Lubrication locations ..................17 — 15 —...
  • Page 18 1. Maintenance Carry out maintenance control items listed below to maintain the original performance of this printer and prevent trouble from occurring. 1-1. Cleaning (1) Removal of dirt. Clean the dirt with tissure or soft cloth. Note: Do not use thinners or trichlene/ketone base solvents for cleaning as they can damage plastic parts.
  • Page 19 2. Lubrication Lubrication is extremely important for preserving the original performance of the printer over a long period of time. 2-1. Type of oil The type of oil used has a major influence on the performance and durability of the printer.You should pay particular attention to the cold temperature properties of the oil.
  • Page 20 Fig. 3-1 Lubricated Areas 1 — 18 —...
  • Page 21 Fig. 3-2 Lubricated Areas 2 — 19 —...
  • Page 22 CHAPTER 4. PARTS LIST HOW TO USE PARTS LIST (1) Ref.No. This column shows the drawing number of the illustration. (2) Part No. Parts numbers must be notified when ordering replacement parts. Parts described as “NPN” have no parts number and are not in stock, i.e., unavailable. (3) Parts Name Parts names must be notified when ordering replacement parts.
  • Page 23: Printer Assembly

    1. Printer Assembly 1-1. Disassembly Drawing — 21 —...
  • Page 24: Parts List For Printer Case

    1-2.Parts List Q'TY ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION CBM-820 PRICE CODE RF120 9487 0414 CASE ASSY/LOWER S37300080 9487 0415 SHEET/RUBBER SCP7 E4018-270 9487 0416 CHASSIS/BOARD SP290 S32010220 9487 0417 PCB ASSY/MAIN E77001-400 9487 0418 PRINTER ASSY MP292-24GS 9487 0419 TABLE/DOCUMENT SP290 E6601-370...
  • Page 25: Printer Mechanism

    2. Printer Mechanism 2-1. Disassembly Drawing — 23 —...
  • Page 26 — 24 —...
  • Page 27: Parts List

    2-2.Parts List ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY PRICE CODE BASE/RIBBON MP290 NOT SUPPLY 9487 0430 SHAFT/RIBBON MP290 E8024-110 9487 0431 WHEEL/WORM E8020-040 STAY/CARRIAGE MP2S NOT SUPPLY 9487 0432 HEAD/PRINTER DP8901M(D) E66000280 9487 0433 MOTOR ASSY/12V E8017-090 9487 0434 CARRIDGE ASSY MP290 E8543-010...
  • Page 28 ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY PRICE CODE 9487 0442 DETECTOR BD ASSY/PAPER MP290 E8018-100 9487 0443 SPRING/PLATEN HOLDER MP290 E8021-140 9487 0444 POLY-SLIDER WP5X0.13 E8025-080 9487 0445 SPRING C055-045-0415 E8021-150 9487 0446 SPRING/LOCATING LEVER MP290 E8021-160 9487 0447 PLATE/REINFORCEMENT MP290 E8010-300...
  • Page 29: Upper Case Unit

    3. Upper Case Unit ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY PRICE CODE CASE/UPPER SP290 NOT SUPPLY SHEET/OPERATION SP290 NOT SUPPLY BOARD ASSY/CONTROL SP290 NOT SUPPLY SCREW TAT3-8PT NOT SUPPLY Notes: Q - Quantity per unit R - A : Essential B : Stock recommended R - Rank C : Others...
  • Page 30: Wiring Scheme Of Printer

    4. Wiring Scheme of Printer — 28 —...
  • Page 31: Main Logic Board

    5. Main Logic Board 5-1. Circuit Diagram Main Logic Board (1/5) — 29 —...
  • Page 32 Main Logic Board (2/5) — 30 —...
  • Page 33 Main Logic Board (3/5) — 31 —...
  • Page 34 Main Logic Board (4/5) — 32 —...
  • Page 35 Main Logic Board (5/5) — 33 —...
  • Page 36: Parts List

    5-2.Parts List ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY REMARKS PRICE CODE BC01-07 CAPACITOR/CERAMIC CHIP 0.022UF50V NOT SUPPLY BC08-09 NOT USED NOT SUPPLY BC10 CAPACITOR/CERAMIC CHIP 0.022UF50V NOT SUPPLY BC11-40 NOT USED NOT SUPPLY BC41 CAPACITOR/CERAMIC CHIP 0.022UF50V NOT SUPPLY CAPACITOR/CERAMIC CHIP 0.022UF50V NOT SUPPLY...
  • Page 37 ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY REMARKS PRICE CODE IC10 IC/LIN UPC39362*T1 NOT SUPPLY IC11 IC/REG SI-8501L NOT SUPPLY IC41 IC/IF ADM232LJR*SOL16 NOT SUPPLY IC42 IC/LIN UPC39362*T1 NOT SUPPLY NOT MOUNTED NOT SUPPLY RESISTOR/CHIP 0 OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY RESISTOR/CHIP 0 OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY...
  • Page 38 ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY REMARKS PRICE CODE R050 RESISTOR/CHIP 10K OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY R051-053 RESISTOR/CHIP 100 OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY R054-063 RESISTOR/CHIP 10K OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY R064-065 RESISTOR/CHIP 330K OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY R101-109 RESISTOR/CHIP 330K OHM 1/10W NOT SUPPLY R110...
  • Page 39 ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY REMARKS PRICE CODE RA02 ARRAY/RESISTOR 1K OHM 1/8W 5EL NOT SUPPLY RA03-06 ARRAY/RESISTOR V8V101J NOT SUPPLY RA07-12 ARRAY/RESISTOR V8V331J NOT SUPPLY RA14-19 ARRAY/RESISTOR V8V101J NOT SUPPLY REG1 IC/REG UPC7824 NOT SUPPLY SWITCH/SEESAW SF-W1P1A03BB2 NOT SUPPLY ARRAY/TRANSISTOR UPA1428AH...
  • Page 40: Operation Panel Board

    6. Operation Panel Baord ITEM CODE NO. PARTS NAME SPECIFICATION Q'TY PRICE CODE CABLE ASSY SCP7 NOT SUPPLY LED1-2 GL3KG8 NOT SUPPLY LED3 GL3PR8 NOT SUPPLY R1-3 RESISTOR/RD 270 1/6W NOT SUPPLY SW1-3 SWITCH/PUSH SKHHAP NOT SUPPLY Notes: Q - Quantity per unit R - A : Essential B : Stock recommended R - Rank...
  • Page 41 CASIO TECHNO CO.,LTD. Overseas Service Division Nishi-Shinjuku Kimuraya Bldg. 1F 5-25, Nishi-Shinjuku 7-Chome Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023, Japan...