Canon Puncher Unit-BE1 Service Manual

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September 10, 2014
Revision 2
Puncher Unit-BE1/BF1/BG1/BH1
Service Manual
Product Outline
Function
Parts Replacing and Cleaning
Installation
Appendix
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  Summary of Contents for Canon Puncher Unit-BE1

  • Page 1 September 10, 2014 Revision 2 Puncher Unit-BE1/BF1/BG1/BH1 Service Manual Product Outline Function Parts Replacing and Cleaning Installation Appendix...
  • Page 2 This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the edition of this manual.
  • Page 3 Explanation of Symbols The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of Symbols Explanation Symbols...
  • Page 4 Blank Page...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before it Works Serving...
  • Page 6: Notes Before It Works Serving

    0-10 Notes Before it Works Serving Caution: When servicing, be sure to follow the specified procedure. Before starting the service work, be sure to turn off the host machine and finisher and unplug the finisher. Caution: Never turn off the host machine or finisher during downloading. If you do so, this equipment may become inoperative.
  • Page 7: Product Outline

    Product Outline ■ Features ■ Specifications ■ Names of Parts...
  • Page 8: Compact Design

    Features > Compact Design Features High-accuracy Punch Mode Allows setting of punch hole position accuracy by selecting a user mode (normal mode or high-accuracy mode). Compact Design Installable in the finisher, requiring a small room. Features > Compact Design...
  • Page 9: Specifications

    Features > Specifications Specifications Punching method Spinning punching (Sequential punch-ing) Paper weight 52 g/m2 to 256 g/m2 Paper size <2 or 3 holes (Puncher Unit-BF1)> A3, A4, 11" x 17", LGL*1, LTR, LTRR*1, EXEC *1: 2 holes only <2 or 4 holes (Puncher Unit-BG1)> A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, 11"...
  • Page 10: Names Of Parts

    Features > Names of Parts > Cross Section Names of Parts ■ External View ■ Cross Section Punch motor Punch cover Punch blade Jam operation lever Photosensor PCB Punch blade up/down support pin Rack gear Dies LED PCB Punch slide motor Panch waste full detection PCB Panch waste case Panch waste case...
  • Page 11 Technology ■ Basic Configuration ■ Controls Features > Names of Parts > Cross Section...
  • Page 12: Basic Configuration

    Basic Configuration > Overview of Electrical Circuitry Basic Configuration Overview of Electrical Circuitry Electric control of this equipment is performed by the finisher (finisher controller PCB) and Functional Configuration puncher driver PCB. This equipment mainly consists of a punch block, punch slide block, and punch waste case block.
  • Page 13: Component Configuration

    Basic Configuration > Drive Configuration Component Configuration Drive Configuration ■ Sensor Layout Only the optical sensors on the feed path are shown below. M101 M102 Photosensor PCB (PT1, PT2, PT3, PT4, PT5) LED PCB (LED1, LED2, LED3, LED4, LED5) M101: Punch slide motor M102: Punch motor Basic Configuration >...
  • Page 14: Basic Operation Outline

    Basic Configuration > Basic Operation Outline Basic Operation Outline This equipment makes punch holes at the rear end of paper. This equipment is optionally available and installed in the feed path inside the finisher. The paper fed to the punch block stops at the punching position temporarily. After this, the rack gear is driven back and forth to move the punch blades vertically, making punch holes.
  • Page 15 Controls > Overview Controls Overview Punch motor (M102) This unit is located in the feed path inside the finisher and sequentially punches holes once Punch motor clock sensor (S105) the media stops. Horizontal registration Punch 2-/3-hole sensor (S103) HP sensor (S101) The media loaded from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller and feed roller of the Punch position sensor (S102) finisher.
  • Page 16: Construction Of The Control System

    Controls > Construction of the Control System Construction of the Control System The puncher unit consists of a die and hole puncher (punch blade). Punch slide unit The punch blade is driven by the punch motor (M102). The punch motor (M102) drives the rack gear back and forth.
  • Page 17: Punch Operation

    Controls > Punch operation Punch operation The hole puncher is driven by the punch motor (M102). The home position of the hole Hole puncher (punch blade) Rack gear puncher is detected by the punch position sensor (S102) and punch HP sensor (S104). Home position is reached when the two sensors both detect the sensor flag.
  • Page 18: Horizontal Registration Operation

    Controls > Horizontal registration operation Horizontal registration operation The punch slide unit is driven by the punch slide motor (M101) to perform horizontal 2) After the horizontal registration sensor (LED1 to 5, PT1 to 5) detects the far end of the registration.
  • Page 19 Controls > Horizontal registration operation 3) Feeding of media is stopped when the inlet sensor (S106) detects the trailing edge of the media and the media is switched back and bumped to the stopper and registered. Then the punch motor (M102) is driven to punch the media. Punch 4) When punching ends, the punch slide motor (M101) is reversed to return the punch slide unit to home position and stopped.
  • Page 20: Servicing Work

    Controls > Servicing Work > Upgrade 2-10 Servicing Work ■ Scheduled Servicing Item Part name Expected Operation Reference service life Periodically None replaced parts Consumable None parts Periodically None serviced parts ■ Upgrade Since this equipment does not incorporate a CPU, upgrade is not required. Carry out upgrade on the finisher side.
  • Page 21: Parts Replacement And Cleaning Procedure

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure ■ Removing this Equipment ■ List of Parts ■ Motors ■ Sensors ■ PCBs Controls > Servicing Work > Upgrade...
  • Page 22 Controls > Removing from the finisher Removing this Equipment Removing from the finisher 1) Open the finisher front door. 2) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. 3) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. Controls >...
  • Page 23 Controls > Removing from the finisher 4) Remove the punch controller PCB connector (CN4) and 5) Remove the 2 finisher controller PCB connectors (CN127, CN128). Remove the punch unit cable from 7 remove the punch waste full sensor cable from the cable locations of the cable guide and remove the reuse band.
  • Page 24 Controls > Removing from the finisher 7) Remove 1 screw and remove the punch unit securing pin. Note: • Hold the punch unit at the locations shown below. • Do not hold the motor gear. 8) Remove the punch unit from the finisher. Controls >...
  • Page 25 Controls > Removing from the saddle finisher Removing from the saddle finisher 1) Open the finisher front door. 2) Remove 4 screws and remove the inner top cover. 3) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. Controls >...
  • Page 26 Controls > Removing from the saddle finisher 4) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. 5) Remove the punch controller PCB connector (CN4) and remove the punch waste full sensor cable from the cable guide. 6) Remove the 2 finisher controller PCB connectors (CN127, CN128). Remove the punch unit cable from 7) Pull out the punch unit cable connector.
  • Page 27 Controls > Removing from the saddle finisher 8) Remove 1 screw and remove the punch unit lock pin. Note: • Hold the punch unit at the locations shown below. • The punch front cover is not attached when removing the punch unit from the saddle finisher, but the punch unit holding location is the same.
  • Page 28: List Of Parts

    Controls > Sensors List of Parts Sensors Motors S105 S101 S103 S102 M102 S104 M101 S106 Parts name Parts number Reference S101 Horizontal registration HP WG8-5823 sensor Parts name Parts number Reference S102 Punch position sensor WG8-5823 M101 Punch slide motor FK2-8196 3-11 S103...
  • Page 29 Controls > PCBs PCBs PCB4 PCB1 PCB3 PCB2 Parts name Parts number Reference PCB1 Puncher driver PCB FM4-0310 3-14 PCB2 Panch waste full detection PCB FM4-0311 3-13 PCB3 LED PCB FM4-0312 3-16 PCB4 Photosensor PCB FM4-0313 3-18 Controls > PCBs...
  • Page 30 Controls > Removing the punch motor (M102) 3-10 Motors Removing the punch motor (M102) 1) Remove the punch unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 1 stepped screw, 1 screw and remove the punch upper cover. MEMO: The figure for this procedure has the punch front cover attached, but the procedure is the same even if the punch front cover is removed.
  • Page 31 Controls > Removing the punch slide motor (M101) 3-11 Removing the punch slide motor (M101) <Finisher> 1) Separate the finisher from the host 2) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. machine. 3) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. 4) Remove 1 connector and 2 screws, and remove the punch slide motor.
  • Page 32 Controls > Removing the punch slide motor (M101) 3-12 <Saddle finisher> 1) Separate the finisher from the host 2) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. machine. 3) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. 4) Remove 1 connector and 2 screws, and remove the punch slide motor.
  • Page 33 Controls > Removing the panch waste full detection sensor (LED1, PT1(PCB2)) 3-13 Sensors Removing the panch waste full detection sensor (LED1, PT1(PCB2)) <Finisher> 2) Remove 1 screw and remove the punch waste full detection sensor together with the mount. 1) Separate the finisher 3) Remove 1 connector and 2 hooks, and remove the punch waste full detection sensor.
  • Page 34 Controls > Removing the puncher driver PCB (PCB1) 3-14 PCBs Removing the puncher driver PCB (PCB1) <Finisher> 1) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. 2) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. 3) Remove all connectors (9) on the puncher driver PCB. 4) Remove 2 screws and remove the puncher driver PCB.
  • Page 35 Controls > Removing the puncher driver PCB (PCB1) 3-15 <Saddle finisher> 1) Remove the finisher rear center cover with a flat head screwdriver. 2) Remove 4 screws and remove the finisher rear cover. 3) Remove all connectors (9) on the puncher driver PCB. 4) Remove 2 screws and remove the puncher driver PCB.
  • Page 36 Controls > Removing the LED PCB (PCB3) 3-16 Removing the LED PCB (PCB3) 1) Remove the punch unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 1 stepped screw, 1 screw and remove the punch upper cover. MEMO: The figure for this procedure has the punch front cover attached, but the procedure is the same even if the punch front cover is removed.
  • Page 37 Controls > Removing the LED PCB (PCB3) 3-17 4) Remove 2 stepped screws, 1 screw and remove the feed guide (lower). 5) Remove 2 screws and remove the LED PCB. 3-17 Controls > Removing the LED PCB (PCB3)
  • Page 38 Controls > Removing the photosensor PCB (PCB4) 3-18 Removing the photosensor PCB (PCB4) 1) Remove the punch unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 1 stepped screw, 1 screw and remove the punch upper cover. MEMO: The figure for this procedure has the punch front cover attached, but the procedure is the same even if the punch front cover is removed.
  • Page 39: Installation

    Installation ■ Checking the Contents ■ Installation Procedure Controls > Removing the photosensor PCB (PCB4)
  • Page 40: How To Utilize This Installation Procedure

    Making Pre-installation Checks > Cautions at the Installation How to Utilize This Installation Procedure Product Name Safety regulations require the product's name to be registered. In some regions where this Description Used in This Procedure product is sold, the following name may be registered instead. •...
  • Page 41: Unpacking And Checking The Contents

    Unpacking and Checking the Contents > Checking the Contents > When installing to the saddle finisher Unpacking and Checking the Contents Checking the Contents Open the container box and check that none of the included parts is missing. ■ When installing to the finisher ■...
  • Page 42: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher Installation Procedure When installing to the finisher MEMO: 1) Open the front cover of the finisher. 2) Remove two screws, and then remove the right inner cover of the finisher. • The equipment is secured with packaging tapes and cushioning materials to protect it against vibration and shock during...
  • Page 43 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher 3) Using the nipper, cut out the face cover of the punched waste paper 4) Release the hook with the flat head screwdriver, and then remove the PCB box from the right inner cover. cover of the finisher.
  • Page 44 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher 7) Remove two screws, and then remove the magnet unit. (The removed 8) Using two supplied screws (Bind, M4 x 7), attach the included punch latch unit. magnet unit and screws are no longer required.) F-4-12 F-4-11 9) Using a supplied screw (Bind, M3 x 6), attach the included punched waste paper full sensor unit.
  • Page 45 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher Caution: 10) Using two supplied screws (TP, M3 x 6), attach the included punched waste paper box stopper. If the attached location of the stopper is wrong, the punched waste paper box will be not secured by the stopper.
  • Page 46 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher 11) Attach the supplied punch unit to the finisher by matching the hole on the front side of the punch unit with the pin on the 12) Attach the supplied punch unit fixing pin (for finisher), and then finisher.
  • Page 47 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher 15) Connect a connector of the punched waste paper full 16) Using four screws, attach the rear cover of the finisher 19) Attach the supplied punch waste paper box. sensor to the connector (CN4) on the puncher driver PCB. removed in step 5).
  • Page 48 Installation Procedure > When installing to the finisher 4-10 22) The following parts will be no longer needed once the puncher unit has been installed. <Included parts> • Punch unit fixing pin (for saddle finisher): 1 pc. • Screw (TP, M3 x 6): 1 pc. <Removed parts from the finisher>...
  • Page 49: Operation Check

    Installation Procedure > Operation Check 4-11 Adjusting the Output Level of the Punch Waste Full Sensor After installing this unit, adjust the output level of the punched waste paper full sensor unit as follows. Perform the following item in the Service mode.   - Service mode >...
  • Page 50 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-12 When installing to the saddle finisher MEMO: 1) Open the front cover of the saddle finisher. 2) Remove four screws, and then remove the right inner cover of the saddle finisher. The equipment is secured with packaging tapes and cushioning materials to protect...
  • Page 51 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-13 5) Remove four screws, and then remove the rear cover of the saddle finisher. 6) Disconnect a connector and remove three screws, and then remove the feed unit. (The removed feed unit and screws are no longer required.) F-4-28 F-4-29...
  • Page 52 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-14 8) Using a supplied screw (Bind, M3 x 6), attach the included punched waste paper full sensor unit. F-4-31 Caution: 9) Using two supplied screws (TP, M3 x 6), attach the included punched waste paper box stopper.
  • Page 53 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-15 Caution: 10) Push back the saddle stitcher unit gently 11) Remove the two scews of the supplied punch unit, and then into the finisher until it stops. remove the punch front cover.(The removed screws and the Hold the punch unit as shown by the following illustration.
  • Page 54 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-16 14) Connect a connector of the punch unit. 15) Put the harness of the punch unit in the harness guides, and then attach the re-use band. Connect two connectors of the punch unit to the two connectors (CN127 and CN128) on the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 55 Installation Procedure > When installing to the saddle finisher 4-17 21) Affix the supplied punch jam label that “B” is printed on the 22) Close the front cover of the saddle finisher. 23) The following parts will be no longer needed once the puncher label sheet to the left inner cover of the saddle finisher as unit has been installed.
  • Page 56 Installation Procedure > Operation Check 4-18 Adjusting the Output Level of the Punch Waste Full Sensor After installing this unit, adjust the output level of the punched waste paper full sensor unit as follows. Perform the following item in the Service mode.   - Service mode >...
  • Page 57 Appendix ■ General Circuit Diagram Installation Procedure > Operation Check...
  • Page 58 General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram C N 1 0 8 1 1 C N 1 0 8 1 S106 I N L E T S E N S O R _ A D I N L E T S E N S O R _ D A Inlet sensor C N 1 2 8...

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