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GRAPHTEC FC7000-75 Service Manual

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CUTTING PLOTTER
FC7000-75/100/130/160
FC7000MK2-60/75/100/130/160
SERVICE MANUAL
FC7000-UM-251-10-9370

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   Summary of Contents for GRAPHTEC FC7000-75

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    CUTTING PLOTTER FC7000-75/100/130/160 FC7000MK2-60/75/100/130/160 SERVICE MANUAL FC7000-UM-251-10-9370...

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    HISTORY OF REVISIONS No. Date issued Description of revision Page Edition 05.06.21 First Printing 05.08.29 The cutting mats are added for the recommended parts list. 05.08.29 Part number for the right and left media stocker bracket corrected. 10-13 05.08.31 List of item requiring readjustment corrected. 05.11.24 Part number for the bracket bottom corrected.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION ..............1-1 1.1 Main Specifications ....................1-1 1.1.1 Main Specifications (FC7000 Series) ..................1-1 1.1.2 Main Specifications (FC7000MK2 Series) .................. 1-1 1.2 External Dimensions ....................1-3 2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS ..........2-1 2.1 Parts Names and Functions ..................2-1 2.2 Assembling the Plotter ....................2-3 2.3 Attaching the FC7000 Basket (Option) ...............2-8 2.4 Attaching a Cutter Pen ....................2-9...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    6.2 Mechanical Parts ......................6-8 6.2.1 How to Replace the Rear Media Sensor ..................6-8 6.2.2 How to Replace the Front Media Sensor ..................6-9 6.2.3 How to Replace the Pinch Roller ..................... 6-10 6.2.4 How to Replace the Control Panel Board, LCD Assembly ............6-11 6.2.5 How to Replace the Pen Block ....................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    7.3.9 Adjusting the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor Sensitivity ............7-20 7.3.10 Adjusting the Offset of the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor ............7-21 7.3.11 Adjusting the Cross Cutter Home Position ................7-23 7.3.12 Adjusting the Offset of the Light Pointer Position ..............7-25 7.3.13 Confirming the 2-Pen Model (2-pen model) ................

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    10.11 Other Parts ......................10-15 11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ..... 11-1 11.1 Block Diagrams ....................... 11-1 11.1.1 Block Diagrams FC7000 ......................11-1 11.1.2 Block Diagrams FC7000MK2 ....................11-2 11.2 Circuit Diagrams ..................... 11-3 11.2.1 Main Board Top Section ......................11-3 11.2.2 Main Board (CONNECTOR 1 BLOCK) ..................

  • Page 9: Introduction

    (including stand) (including stand) (including stand) *1 When the optional basket and Graphtec-specified media are used. *2 HP-GL is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. *3 The 2-pen unit is a factory-installed option. It cannot be retrofitted. *4 The PPA32-TP12 pouncing pen cannot be used.

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    (including stand) (including stand) (including stand) *1 When the optional basket and Graphtec-specified media are used. *2 HP-GL is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. *3 The 2-pen unit is a factory-installed option. It cannot be retrofitted. *4 The PPA32-TP12 pouncing pen cannot be used.

  • Page 11: External Dimensions

    1. INTRODUCTION 1.2 External Dimensions FC7000-75, FC7000MK2-60/75 (FC7000MK2-60) 1072 (FC7000-75,FC7000MK2-75) 476.763 1110 (FC7000MK2-60) 1260 (FC7000-75,FC7000MK2-75) Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm FC7000-75, FC7000MK2-60/75 with Option Stand 1110 (FC7000MK2-60) 1260 (FC7000-75, FC7000MK2-75) Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm FC7000-UM-251-9370...

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    FC7000-100/130/160 1560 (FC7000-100) 1860 (FC7000-130) 2120 (FC7000-160) Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm...

  • Page 13: Parts Names And Functions

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.1 Parts Names and Functions Front View Pinch roller Cross-cutter unit Pen carriage Power switch Pen holder Grit roller position guide Pinch rollers Cutting mat Control panel Cutting groove Grit roller Grit roller Media sensor Media sensor...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Rear View Pinch roller hold-down force switching lever AC line inlet Media stocker Stock rollers Media set lever USB interface connector Media lock Serial interface connector Media set lever: ....Used to raise or lower the pinch rollers during the loading or unloading of media. Pinch roller hold-down force switching lever: Used to switch between the two pinch roller forces (strong and weak).

  • Page 15: Assembling The Plotter

    FC7000-75 (desktop model; stand not provided but is available as an option) When the FC7000-75 is used without a stand, the media stocker bracket is attached directly to the plotter. The media stocker is made up of the following parts.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS FC7000-100/130/160 (stand provided) Assemble the stand, attach the media stocker to the stand, and then mount the plotter on the stand. The stand and the media stocker are made up of the following parts. Stand side bar x 2 Base assembly x 2 Center bar x 1 Allen wrench...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (1) Assemble the left and right stand sides. Fasten a base assembly to each of the stand side bars with four socket head cap screws, using the Allen wrench. Socket head cap screws Base assembly Stand side bar Stand side bar •...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (4) Mount the plotter on the stand by inserting the positioning pins on the stand into the positioning holes on the underside of the plotter. Fasten with four socket head cap screws (two on each side), using the Allen wrench.The cutting plotter mounting direction is different for the front loading and the rear loading models.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Mounting the stock rollers Insert the stock rollers into the slots on the media stocker brackets. <Front loading> Stock rollers <Rear loading> Front Stock rollers FC7000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 20: Attaching The Fc7000 Basket (option)

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.3 Attaching the FC7000 Basket (Option) The FC7000 Basket box contains one basket holder assembly (one front basket tube and one rear basket tube inserted into two tube brackets), one cloth basket, and a screw/wrench set. (1) Attach one of the two tube brackets on the basket holder assembly to the left side of the stand with two socket head cap screws, using the Allen wrench.

  • Page 21: Attaching A Cutter Pen

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.4 Attaching a Cutter Pen When mounting the cutter pen in the pen holder, push the pen all the way into the holder until its flange contacts the upper part of the holder and then tighten the screw firmly. To prevent injury, avoid touching the pen immediately after the cutting plotter is turned on or whenever the pen is moving.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Attaching a Pen to the Two-Pen Holder (Option) The two-pen holder is a factory-installed option, and cannot be retrofitted. (1) Loosen the pen holder screw. (2) While pushing the pen holder in the upward direction, push the pen all the way into the holder until its flange contacts the upper part of the holder.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Attaching a Plotting Pen to the Pen Station (1) Open the pen-hold mechanism on the pen station, and then attach a pen. (2) Make sure that the bracket of the pen station is engaged in the upper groove of the pen. (3) Close the pen-hold mechanism on the pen station to hold the pen in place.

  • Page 24: Replacing The Cross-cutter Unit

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.5 Replacing the Cross-Cutter Unit Follow the procedure below to replace the cross-cutter unit that is used to cut the media after the plotting or cutting operation has been completed. (1) Check that the power switch is turned off (the “O“ side is pressed down). (2) Remove the screw holding the cross-cutter unit in place, and then remove the cross-cutter unit.

  • Page 25: Operations, Control Panel

    3. OPERATIONS 3. OPERATIONS 3.1 Control Panel Indicator Lamps POWER lamp: ....Remains lit (green) while the plotter is on. PROMPT lamp: ....Lights green when the cutting data goes beyond the effective cutting area. Function Keys These four keys [F1, F2, F3 and F4] have functions which change as each menu changes. Depending on the menu being displayed, these keys are used to: F1 (FORCE) key: ....

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    3. OPERATIONS Menu Keys CONDITIONS key: ..Press CONDITIONS to change the pen conditions shown on the FC7000 display panel. HOLD key: ...... Press HOLD to temporarily suspend cutting or plotting. While the cutting or plotting operation is suspended, the media set lever can be lowered to enable skewed media to be reset if necessary.

  • Page 27: Menu List

    3. OPERATIONS 3.2 Menu List When the FC7000 is in MENU mode The Main menu can be accessed by pressing the NEXT key when the plotter is in MENU mode (the MENU lamp is lit). Press the corresponding function key to select the sub menu when the desired main menu appears.

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    3. OPERATIONS When the power is turned on without any media loaded If the power is turned on without any media loaded in the plotter, the initial menu is displayed on the LCD. The initial menu configuration is as follows. Main menu Sub menu Initial menu...

  • Page 29: Description Of Background Settings

    3. OPERATIONS 3.3 Description of Background Settings The FC7000 is provided with the special functions listed below. • Display Language Setting (LANGUAGE SELECTION) This function sets the language used on the display. One of seven languages can be selected: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, or Japanese.

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    3. OPERATIONS • Initial Blade Tip Position Setting (INITIAL BLADE CONTROL POSITION) The cutter blade is placed on the medium to orient it after the power is turned on or the cutter-pen conditions are set. This is referred to as “initializing” the cutter blade. This function sets the “Initial Blade Tip Position”...

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    3. OPERATIONS • Enabling or Disabling the 1/2 Pen Setting (CHECK PEN) Note: This function can only be specified for a 2-pen model. This function checks whether the physical PEN 2 is actually mounted in the pen station during the media detection operation on a 2-pen model.

  • Page 32: Setting The Background Settings

    3. OPERATIONS 3.4 Setting the Background Settings SETTING PROCEDURE (1) Use the following procedure to display the background setting menus. Load media in the plotter, and then turn on the power. Press the MENU key and then press the NEXT key until the following menu appears.

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    3. OPERATIONS For all other displays, press the F3 or the F4 key to move the asterisk to your desired choice, and then press the ENTER key. The asterisk indicates the currently selected setting. If you do not wish to change the currently displayed setting, press the NEXT key to move to the next menu.

  • Page 35: Recommended Parts List

    4. RECOMMENDED PARTS LIST 4. RECOMMENDED PARTS LIST FC7000-75/100/130/160 Part No. Description -100 -130 -160 Remarks 772126500 Main Board for FC7000 FC7000 792700703 New Main Board for the FC7000 Same as FC7000Mk2 500052449 Switching Power Supply Unit PS3122 500052478 LG-217D-3, Cam Sensor...

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    4. RECOMMENDED PARTS LIST FC7000MK2 Part No. Description -100 -130 -160 Remarks 792700703 Main Board for FC7000Mk2 FC7000MK2 500052449 Switching Power Supply Unit PS3122 500052478 LG-217D-3, Cam Sensor 500052515 PS-117ED1 Paper Sensor 682126200 DMN37HE-003 – – – X motor 682132430 UGJMEE-A7JGR34 –...

  • Page 37: List Of Tools

    5. LIST OF TOOLS 5. LIST OF TOOLS 5.1 Tools Adjustment Item Tool 1 Pen force adjustment Cutter Pen Holder (CB09) Colex gauge (50,300,500 gf) 2 Distance adjustment Glass scale 3 Pen block height adjustment 10 mm height block 4 Firmware update PC, USB I/F cable 5 X-drive belt tension adjustment Push-pull gauge (2 kg)

  • Page 39: Disassembly And Reassembly

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1 Exterior Parts 6.1.1 How to Replace the Right Side Cover How to detach the right side cover (1) Remove the two M4L6 binding head screws from the right side cover. (2) Remove the two M3L6 binding head screws from the right side plate. Left side cover M3L6 binding head screw M4L6 binding head screw...

  • Page 40: How To Replace The Left Side Cover

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.2 How to Replace the Left Side Cover How to detach the left side cover (1) Remove the two M4L6 binding head screws from the left side cover. (2) Remove the two M3L6 binding head screws from the left side plate. Left side cover M3L6 binding head screw M4L6 binding head screw...

  • Page 41: How To Replace The Center Cover

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.3 How to Replace the Center Cover How to detach the center cover (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). M3L6 binding head screw M3L6 binding head screw Center cover assembly M4L6 binding head screw M3L6 binding head screw Right side cover (2) Disconnect the cables from connector J2 and J3 on the main board.

  • Page 42: How To Replace The Front Guide

    6.1.4 How to Replace the Front Guide How to detach the front guide (1) Remove the four M3L6 binding head screws from the front guide for the FC7000-75. (Remove the five M3L6 binding head screws from the front guide for the FC7000-100.

  • Page 43: How To Replace The Rear Guide

    6.1.5 How to Replace the Rear Guide How to detach the rear guide (1) Remove the four M3L6 binding head screws from the rear guide for the FC7000-75. (Remove the five M3L6 binding head screws from the rear guide for the FC7000-100.

  • Page 44: How To Replace The Rear Writing Panel

    (2) Remove the M3L6 binding head screw from the top of the rear writing panel. (3) Remove the five M3L6 binding head screws from the rear of the rear writing panel for the FC7000-75. (Remove the five M3L6 binding head screws from the rear of the rear writing panel for the FC7000-100.

  • Page 45: How To Replace The Front Writing Panel Assembly

    (2) Detach the rear writing panel (see Subsection 6.1.6). (3) Remove the five M3L6 binding head screws from the front writing panel assembly for the FC7000-75. (Remove the six M3L6 binding head screws from the front writing panel assembly for the FC7000-100.

  • Page 46: Mechanical Parts

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2 Mechanical Parts 6.2.1 How to Replace the Rear Media Sensor How to detach the rear media sensor (1) Detach the rear guide (see Subsection 6.1.5). (2) Remove the M3L10 binding head screw attaching the rear media sensor. (3) Disconnect the sensor from the connector.

  • Page 47: How To Replace The Front Media Sensor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.2 How to Replace the Front Media Sensor How to detach the front media sensor (1) Detach the front writing panel (see Subsection 6.1.7). (2) Remove the M3L6 binding head screw attaching the front media sensor bracket. M3L6 binding head screw Front media sensor Front media sensor...

  • Page 48: How To Replace The Pinch Roller

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.3 How to Replace the Pinch Roller How to detach the pinch roller (1) Detach the right side of the E-ring from the pinch roller shaft. E-ring Pinch roller shaft Pinch roller (2) Detach the pinch roller shaft from the pinch roller arm from the left side. (3) Detach the pinch roller.

  • Page 49: How To Replace The Control Panel Board, Lcd Assembly

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.4 How to Replace the Control Panel Board, LCD Assembly How to detach the control panel board, LCD assembly (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (3) Remove the three M3L6 binding head screws attaching the control panel board from the top of the center cover.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (7) Detach the control panel bracket from the control panel cover. Control panel bracket (8) Disconnect the cable from the LCD assembly. (9) Detach the control panel board from the control panel cover. Control panel cover Control panel board (10) Detach the LCD assembly from the control panel cover.

  • Page 51: How To Replace The Pen Block

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.5 How to Replace the Pen Block How to detach the pen block (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (3) Loosen the two M3L6 binding head screws attaching the pen block cover. M3L6 binding head screw (4) Detach the pen block cover.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the pen block (1) Attach the pen block to the Y-slider. (2) Fasten the two M4L6 binding head screws to attach the pen block so that there is a gap of 10 mm between the bottom of the pen block and the cutting mat.

  • Page 53: How To Replace The Y-belt

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.6 How to Replace the Y-belt How to detach the Y-belt (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1 and Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (3) Detach the pen block (see Subsection 6.2.5). (4) Loosen the two M3L35 binding head screws adjusting the Y-belt tension.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the Y-belt (1) Shave 2 to 3 mm off both ends of the Y-belt until the wire comes out as shown below. Y-belt Shave 2 to 3 mm off both ends of the Y-belt until the wire comes out. (2) Hang the Y-belt on both sides of the pulley.

  • Page 55: How To Replace The Pinch Roller Sensor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.7 How to Replace the Pinch Roller Sensor How to detach the pinch roller sensor (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (2) Detach the pen block (see Subsection 6.2.5). (3) Disconnect the pinch roller fl exible cable from the Y-relay board. (4) Remove the pinch roller fl...

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the pinch roller sensor (1) Attach the pinch roller bracket to the pinch roller sensor board. (2) Connect the pinch roller flexible cable to the pinch roller sensor board. (3) Attach the pinch roller sensor guard to the pinch roller sensor board bracket. (4) Attach the pinch roller bracket to the Y-slider.

  • Page 57: How To Replace The Y-relay Board

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.8 How to Replace the Y-relay Board How to detach the Y-relay board (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (2) Remove the two plastic rivets attaching the fl exible cable holding plate. Plastic rivet Flexible cable holding plate (3) Disconnect all the cables from the Y-relay board.

  • Page 58: How To Replace The Cam Sensor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.9 How to Replace the Cam Sensor How to detach the cam sensor (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Disconnect the cable from the cam sensor. Cam sensor M3L6 binding head screw (3) Remove the M3L6 binding head screw attaching the cam sensor.

  • Page 59: How To Replace The Y-motor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.10 How to Replace the Y-motor How to detach the Y-motor (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Disconnect the Y-motor cables from connector J7 and J13 on the main board. (3) Loosen the two M3L4WP set screws to detach the Y-motor pulley. M3L6 binding head screw Y motor pulley Y motor...

  • Page 60: How To Replace The X-motor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.11 How to Replace the X-motor How to detach the X-motor (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the main board (see Subsection 6.2.12). (3) Loosen the two M3L4WP set screws holding the X-motor pulley, then detach the X-motor pulley. M3L6 binding head screw M3L4WP set screw X motor pulley...

  • Page 61: How To Replace The Main Board

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.12 How to Replace the Main Board How to detach the main board (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Disconnect all the cables and flexible cables from their connectors on the main board. (3) Remove the four M3L6 binding head screws holding the main board to the chassis.

  • Page 62: How To Replace The Vacuum Fan

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.13 How to Replace the Vacuum Fan How to detach the vacuum fan (1) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.4). (2) Disconnect the vacuum fan from the relay connector. Vacuum fan Relay connector (3) Use a long screwdriver to remove the two M3L35 binding head screws holding the vacuum fan as shown in the figure below.

  • Page 63: How To Replace The Drive Roller

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.14 How to Replace the Drive Roller How to detach the drive roller (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the front guide and rear guide (see Subsection 6.1.4 and Subsection 6.1.5). (3) Detach the rear and front writing panels.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the drive roller (1) Reattach in the reverse order in which it was detached. (2) Spread a suitable quantity of Loctite 222 on the two M3L4WP set screws holding the X-drive pulley. (3) Perform the X-drive belt tension adjustment. (see Subsection 7.2.3). (4) Spread a suitable quantity of the Shinetu silicon grease G501 on the X-motor pulley.

  • Page 65: How To Replace The Cutting Mat

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.15 How to Replace the Cutting Mat How to detach the cutting mat (1) Peel off the cutting mat from the cutting mat base. How to reinstall the cutting mat (1) Clean the surface of the cutting mat base with alcohol where the cutting mat was attached. (2) Attach the new cutting mat to the cutting mat base.

  • Page 66: Home Dog Position

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.16 Home Dog Position Home dog position Adjust the home dog position when you remove or replace the dog as shown below. If you have an error about the pinch roller position, confi rm position of this dog. 115 mm Home position dog 6.2.17 Cross Cutter Dog Position...

  • Page 67: Adjustments

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7. ADJUSTMENTS 7.1 List of Items Requiring Readjustment If you replaced any of the units listed in the table below or altered their sensor positions, be sure to readjust the corresponding items. Auto Unit name Light Pinch roller X,Y Motor registration Main board...

  • Page 68: Mechanical Adjustments

    (3) Move the Y-slider all the way to the right and pull the belt 20 mm towards the center using a force gauge. Adjust the Y-tension pulley adjustment screws evenly until the tension reads as follows: Specification of the Belt Tension Model Force gauge reading specification FC7000-75 700 g+50 FC7000-100 700 g+50 FC7000-130...

  • Page 69: Y-drive Belt Tension Adjustment

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.2.2 Y-Drive Belt Tension Adjustment How to adjust the Y-Drive belt tension (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Loosen the four M3L6 binding head screws that hold the Y-motor. (3) Use the force gauge to pull the Y-drive motor pulley flange with a 2.25 kg force. (4) Tighten the four M3L6 binding head screws that hold the Y-motor.

  • Page 70: X-drive Belt Tension Adjustment

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.2.3 X-Drive Belt Tension Adjustment How to adjust the X-Drive belt tension (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Loosen the three M3L6 binding head screws that hold the X-motor. (3) Use the force gauge to push the X-drive motor pulley fl ange with a 2.25 kg force as shown in the fi gure below.

  • Page 71: Pinch Roller Pressure Adjustment

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.2.4 Pinch Roller Pressure Adjustment How to adjust the pinch roller pressure (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3). (2) Change the hold-down force switching lever to the Strong position. Weak Strong hold-down force hold-down force (3) Place the pinch roller on the grit roller. (4) Sandwich the stainless steel plate jig as shown in the figure below and catch the push pressure wire jig on the pinch roller shaft.

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    7. ADJUSTMENT (7) If the measurement does not match this value, adjust the pinch roller pressure adjustment screw and check again. Pinch roller pressure adjustment screw (8) Reattach the center cover. FC7000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 73: Electrical Adjustments

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3 Electrical Adjustments 7.3.1 Position of the DIP Switch and Connectors FC7000 FC7000-UM-251-9370...

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    7. ADJUSTMENT FC7000MK2 FC7000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 75: Dip Switch Settings

    FC7000MK2-60 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-75/MK2-75 FC7000-75/MK2-75 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-100/MK2-100...

  • Page 76: Checking The Power Supply Board Voltage Levels

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.3 Checking the Power Supply Board Voltage Levels (1) Detach the left side cover (see Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Turn on the power switch and then check the voltage levels. Power supply board (3) The output voltage levels of the pins are shown in the table below. Connector name Pin No.

  • Page 77: Explanation Of The Values Of The Main Board Settings

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.4 Explanation of the Values of the Main Board Settings (Default factory settings) The default factory settings are recorded in the location shown below. The default factory settings are recorded here. The contents of an example record are shown below. X= 0 X= 80 X= - Y= 4...

  • Page 78: Clearing The Non-volatile Ram

    FC7000MK2-60 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-75/MK2-75 FC7000-75/MK2-75 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-100/MK2-100...

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    FC7000MK2-60 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-75/MK2-75 FC7000-75/MK2-75 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-100/MK2-100...

  • Page 80: How To Enter The Adjustment Menu

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.6 How to Enter the Adjustment Menu (1) Turn on the power while pressing the TEST and ENTER keys. After turning on the power, press the TEST key and the ENTER key simultaneously within 2 seconds. (2) Load a sheet of paper in the plotter. (3) The plotter displays the menu shown below.

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    7. ADJUSTMENT Adjustment Menu List SENSOR TEST Sensor test. KEY TEST Key test. PEN FORCE Pen pressure adjustment. XY GAIN Gain adjustment. (Not used.) 1/2 PEN POSITION ADJ 1 and 2 pen position adjustment for the 2-pen model. DISTANCE ADJUST Distance adjustment.

  • Page 82: Adjusting The Pen Force

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.7 Adjusting the Pen Force This adjustment will set the pen force. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the moving coil and/or the pen block assembly, you must adjust the pen force using the following procedure.

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    7. ADJUSTMENT (10) Adjust the 300g-pen force. If the measured value is within the specification range (300±20g) or if you have input the recorded value, press the ENTER key to store the setting. The next specified pen force appears. (11) Adjust the 450 (400) g-pen force. If the measured value is within the specification range (FC7000: 450 ±20g, FC7000Mk2 and FC7000 with new main board, 9 Series: 400±20g ) or if you have input the recorded value, press the ENTER key to store the setting.

  • Page 84: Adjusting The Distance Accuracy

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.8 Adjusting the Distance Accuracy This adjustment will set the distance accuracy. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the drive roller, you must adjust the distance accuracy using the following procedure. How to adjust the distance accuracy (1) Enter the adjustment menu (see Section 7.3.6).

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    7. ADJUSTMENT (9) Press the F2 key to start the test. The plotter immediately plots the test pattern, and the following menu appears. DADJ.X= 0 Y= X=300 mm Y=300 mm (10) Remove the paper and measure the Y-axis distance. If you have replaced the main board only, use the recorded values.

  • Page 86: Adjusting The Auto-registration Mark Sensor Sensitivity

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.9 Adjusting the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor Sensitivity If you replace the main board, you need to adjust the sensitivity. How to adjust the auto-registration mark sensor sensitivity (1) Load an A4 (Letter) or larger size sheet of paper in the plotter. The paper color must be white, and it is recommended that high-quality paper made for ink-jet printers be used.

  • Page 87: Adjusting The Offset Of The Auto-registration Mark Sensor

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.10 Adjusting the Offset of the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor If you replace the Auto-registration mark sensor or the main board, you need to adjust the offset. How to adjust the auto-registration mark sensor (1) Enter the adjustment menu (see Section 7.3.6). (2) Press the MENU key to display the menu shown below.

  • Page 88

    7. ADJUSTMENT (10) Press the F1 key to plot the adjustment pattern shown below. Plotted target mark Adjustment lines (11) The plotter immediately adjusts the registration mark sensor position automatically, and adds a vertical line and a horizontal line to the scanned plotted pattern. (12) Measure the offset between the lines and confirm that they are within 0.25 mm.

  • Page 89: Adjusting The Cross Cutter Home Position

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.11 Adjusting the Cross Cutter Home Position This adjustment will set the cross cutter home position value. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. How to adjust the cross cutter home position (1) Enter the adjustment menu (see Section 7.3.6).

  • Page 90

    7. ADJUSTMENT (9) Confirm the gap between the cross cutter dog and the cross cutter release plate. (10) Press the F4 key to confirm the gap. (11) Adjust the gap to a value in the range of 0 mm to 0.2 mm. Press the UP or DOWN ARROW key to adjust the gap.

  • Page 91: Adjusting The Offset Of The Light Pointer Position

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.12 Adjusting the Offset of the Light Pointer Position If you replace the light pointer or the main board, you need to adjust the offset. How to adjust the offset of the light pointer position (1) Enter the adjustment menu (see Section 7.3.6). (2) Press the MENU key to display the menu shown below.

  • Page 92

    (6) Change DIP switch 6 of SW1 from ON to OFF if the 2-pen system is disabled. FC7000MK2-60 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-75/MK2-75 (2-Pen Model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FC7000-100/MK2-100 (2-Pen Model)

  • Page 93: Adjusting The Pen Exchange Y Direction Value (2-pen Model)

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.14 Adjusting the Pen Exchange Y Direction Value (2-pen model) This adjustment will set the pen exchange Y direction value. This value is used for the 2nd pen pen exchange. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. (1) Confirm that DIP switch 6 of SW1 is OFF.

  • Page 94

    7. ADJUSTMENT (12) Measure the gap between the 2nd pen holder and the 2nd pen station. Right Side Plate 2nd Pen Station 2nd Pen Holder 1 mm (13) Adjust the gap to a value of 1 mm. Press the LEFT or RIGHT ARROW key to change the PENSELE POS. value. (1 unit = 0.05 mm) (14) Press the ENTER key to store the setting and complete the adjustment.

  • Page 95: Adjusting The Spacing Between Pen 1 And Pen 2 (2-pen Model)

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.3.15 Adjusting the Spacing Between Pen 1 and Pen 2 (2-pen model) This adjustment will set the spacing between pen 1 and pen 2. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the pen block, you must adjust this value using the following procedure.

  • Page 96

    7. ADJUSTMENT (12) Use the ARROW keys to move the pens to an open area to plot the cross marks. (13) Press the F3 key to plot the cross marks by pen 1 and pen 2 shown below. When they have been plotted, the menu shown below is displayed. PEN 1-2 OFFSET ADJUST TEST PATTERN>...

  • Page 97: Adjusting The Servo Gain

    7.3.16 Adjusting the Servo Gain This adjustment will set the servo gain for controlling the X/Y motor. When you replace the main board of FC7000-75 to new type of main board (Main board for the FC7000MK2 series) this procedure is required.

  • Page 98: Upgrading The System Firmware

    7. ADJUSTMENT 7.4 Upgrading the System Firmware To upgrade the system firmware you need to have the following files. In addition, you need to use a computer and USB cable. • FC7000V***.X :FC7000 firmware Use the firmware version 1.8 or former to the FC7000. Use the firmware version 3.0 or later to the FC7000Mk2.

  • Page 99

    7. ADJUSTMENT (8) The following menu is displayed while data is being received. **KB RECEIVED (9) The plotter will start the initialization routine when all the data has been received. The firmware version is displayed during the initialization routine. Check the firmware version that you upgraded. (10) Turn off the power.

  • Page 101: Service Modes

    8. SERVICE MODES 8. SERVICE MODES 8.1 Sensor Test Mode This mode checks the sensor status. If there is a bad sensor you will observe one of the symptoms in the table below. Please check the relevant sensor(s). Sensor Symptom Y home sensor The pen block hits the right side plate.

  • Page 102: Control Panel Switch Test Mode

    8. SERVICE MODES 8.2 Control Panel Switch Test Mode This mode checks the control panel switch status. If there is a bad switch you may have trouble with the control panel switch panel or the control panel relay board. How to test the control panel switches (1) Load an A2 or larger size sheet of paper in the plotter.

  • Page 103: Troubleshooting

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.1 The Plotter is Turned On But Doesn’t Operate Symptom Verification item Solution The control panel’s LED (1) Is the plotter being supplied with No ..Check that the power cord is lamp does not light or power? securely connected to the plotter’s the LCD does not display...

  • Page 104: Media Loading Operations

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.2 Media Loading Operations Symptom Verification item Solution The media drops to the (1) Is the front edge of the media Yes ..Replace the media. front of the plotter. curled? No ..Verify item (2). (2) Is the front media sensor dirty? Yes ..Clean the front media sensor. No ..Verify item (3).

  • Page 105: Cutting Operations

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.3 Cutting Operations Symptom Verification item Solution The cut line is crooked. (1) Does the blade turn well in the No ..Replace the blade holder. blade holder? Yes ..Verify item (2). (2) Do the X and Y drive motor belts No ..Adjust the tension.

  • Page 106: Error Messages

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.4 Error Messages 9.4.1 Hardware Error Messages Error Display Cause Verification item Solution Cutting conditions Cutting conditions Lower the cutting SPEED XY POSITION ERROR do not suit the and/or the cutting FORCE. cutting medium. Movement of the Is there anything blocking Turn off the plotter, remove pen carriage is the X or Y slider?

  • Page 107: Error Messages In Gp-gl Command Mode

    (3) Has the correct No ..Set the correct model model name been name. set for the plotter? Configure your software application menu to permit Graphtec plotter control. Re-specify the software application’s interface conditions. • The software The numeric parameter Configure your software ERROR 4 configuration...

  • Page 108: Error Messages In Hp-gl Emulation Mode

    (3) Has the correct No ..Set the correct model name been model name. set for the plotter? Configure your software application menu to permit Graphtec plotter control. Re-specify the software application’s interface conditions. A command was Execute the command Configure your software...

  • Page 109

    Configure your software ERROR 6 executed with with its coordinate data application menu to permit Position overflow coordinate data that specified within the Graphtec plotter control. exceeds the effective effective cutting/plotting Re-specify the software cutting/plotting area. area. application’s interface The data being...

  • Page 111: Parts List

    621264022 Left Side Cover FC7000/MK2 621314110 Left Side Cover 9 9 series 621391170 Center Cover 060 FC7000MK2-60 621264211 Center Cover 075 FC7000-75/MK2-75 621274211 Center Cover 100 FC7000-100/MK2-100 621284211 Center Cover 130 FC7000-130/MK2-130 621294211 Center Cover 160 FC7000-160/MK2-160 621312130 Center Cover 9060...

  • Page 112

    10. PARTS LIST FC7000-UM-251-9370 10-2...

  • Page 113: Control Panel

    10. PARTS LIST 10.2 Control Panel Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 772126570 Control Panel Board 772126560 LCD Board Assy 692126521 Cable, FFC312202A Control Panel Flexible Cable 692126170 Cable, CA312217 Main Board to Control Panel 621264161 Bracket, Top 621264143 Control Panel Sheet 621394140 Control Panel Sheet MK2 FC7000MK2...

  • Page 114

    10. PARTS LIST Control Panel FC7000-UM-251-9370 10-4...

  • Page 115: Pen Block

    10. PARTS LIST 10.3 Pen Block Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 792219702 Pen Holder Assy 4200 For 2-pen model 621263281 Cutter Pen Holder 621113581 Thumb Screw L14 621263222 Pen Arm 621263230 Slide Shaft 682126520 Moving Coil with Yoke (PM1306) 617363351 Pen Encoder Strip 691700521 Pen Flexible Cable, FPC601103A...

  • Page 116

    10. PARTS LIST Pen Block Pen Holder for 2-pen Model Pen Station for 2-pen Model FC7000-UM-251-9370 10-6...

  • Page 117: Main Frame

    10. PARTS LIST 10.4 Main Frame Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621390020 Sub Chassis 60 FC7000MK2-60 621261023 Sub Chassis 75 FC7000-75 621271023 Sub Chassis 100 FC7000-100 621281023 Sub Chassis 130 FC7000-130 621291023 Sub Chassis 160 FC7000-160 621260081 Right Side Plate...

  • Page 118

    10. PARTS LIST Main Frame FC7000-UM-251-9370 10-8...

  • Page 119

    10. PARTS LIST 10.5 Y Rail Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 682132440 Y Motor, UGJMEE-A7MGR73 FC7000 682126200 Y Motor, DMN37HE-003 FC7000MK2 378413041 Y Motor Belt, 130TN15-10W 010012022 Y Motor Pulley Z24 792700705 Y Drive Pulley Assy 500052478 Cam Sensor, LG-217D-3 621393110 Y Drive Bracket FC7000MK2...

  • Page 120

    10. PARTS LIST Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621263133 Idler Bracket 792700702 Idler Pulley Assy 621391220 Y Belt, 150S2M-1000 FC7000MK2-60 621261220 Y Belt, 150S2M-1150 FC7000/MK2-75 621271220 Y Belt, 300S2M-1450 FC7000/MK2-100 621281220 Y Belt, 250S2M-1750 FC7000/MK2-130 621291220 Y Belt, 300S2M-2010 FC7000/MK2-160 621263271 Pen Block Cover Y Rail...

  • Page 121: Y Slider

    10. PARTS LIST 10.6 Y Slider Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621173160 Y Sensor Guard 772126650 Pinch Roller Sensor Board 621173150 Y Sensor Bracket B 095013010 Roller B13 621183403 Y Slider L-FC51 621183410 Roller Tension Plate L 692123350 Spacer CL-310N 772126660 Pen Board 692123320...

  • Page 122: Wiring Harness

    CA312210A (Fan to Main Board) FC7000-100 692126111 CA312211A (Fan to Main Board) FC7000-130/160 692126012 CA312201B (Power Supply Switch to Main Board) FC7000-75 692126022 CA312202B (Power Supply Switch to Main Board) FC7000-100 692126032 CA312203B (Power Supply Switch to Main Board) FC7000-130...

  • Page 123: Labels

    FC7000MK2-60 621264300 Emblem MK2-75 FC7000MK2-75 621274340 Emblem MK2-100 FC7000MK2-100 621284340 Emblem MK2-130 FC7000MK2-130 621294340 Emblem MK2-160 FC7000MK2-160 621264350 Emblem 75 FC7000-75 621274350 Emblem 100 FC7000-100 621284350 Emblem 130 FC7000-130 621294350 Emblem 160 FC7000-160 621312210 Emblem 960 621314210 Emblem 975 621315210...

  • Page 124: Media Stocker, Stand

    10. PARTS LIST 10.9 Media Stocker, Stand Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621269215 Right Media Stocker Bracket 621269225 Left Media Stocker Bracket 621391170 Center Bar 60 FC7000MK2-60 621261170 Center Bar 75 FC7000/MK2-75 621271120 Center Bar 100 FC7000/MK2-100 621281120 Center Bar 130 FC7000/MK2-130 621291120 Center Bar 160...

  • Page 125: Option Basket

    CD-ROM (FC7MK2-CDM01M) FC7000MK2 621269321 Quick Start Manual Packing Boxes Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621269110 Packing Box for FC7000-75 621279110 Packing Box for FC7000-100 621289110 Packing Box for FC7000-130 621299110 Packing Box for FC7000-160 621399110 Packing Box for FC7000MK2-60 621269140...

  • Page 127: Block Diagrams And Circuit Diagrams

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.1 Block Diagrams 11.1.1 Block Diagrams FC7000 52089-2610 20FMZ-BT KEY0 KEY0 KEY1 KEY1 KEY2 KEY2 KEY3 KEY3 LCD_CNT KEY4 KEY4 KEY5 KEY5 KEY6 KEY6 KEY7 KEY7 VIEWZ VIEWZ HOLDZ HOLDZ MENUZ...

  • Page 128: Block Diagrams Fc7000mk2

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.1.2 Block Diagrams FC7000MK2 52089-2610 20FMZ-BT KEY0 KEY0 KEY1 KEY1 KEY2 KEY2 KEY3 KEY3 LCD_CNT KEY4 KEY4 KEY5 KEY5 KEY6 KEY6 KEY7 KEY7 VIEWZ VIEWZ HOLDZ HOLDZ MENUZ MENUZ PROCESSLED PROCESSLED ANODE MENULED MENULED CATHODE POWERLED POWERLED...

  • Page 129: Circuit Diagrams

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2 Circuit Diagrams 11.2.1 Main Board Top Section FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-3...

  • Page 130: Main Board (connector 1 Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.2 Main Board (CONNECTOR 1 BLOCK) R112 R113 R114 R115 R117 R116 1.5K 2.2K 4.7K 6.8K 3.3K RE-H022TD-1130 RE-H022TD-1130 RE-H022TD-1130 RE-H022TD-1130 RE-H022TD-1130 JP10 JP11 JP12 JP13 JP14 100K 100K 103/50V U39A 1SS352-TPH3 NJM3403A � U39B 04LEAD �...

  • Page 131: Main Board (connector Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.3 Main Board (CONNECTOR BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-5...

  • Page 132: Main Board (cpu Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.4 Main Board (CPU BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-6...

  • Page 133: Main Board (dc Driver)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.5 Main Board (DC DRIVER) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-7...

  • Page 134: Main Board (i/f Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.6 Main Board (I/F BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-8...

  • Page 135: Main Board (grc Servo Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.7 Main Board (GRC SERVO BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-9...

  • Page 136: Main Board (memory Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.8 Main Board (MEMORY BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-10...

  • Page 137: Main Board (usb Block)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.9 Main Board (USB BLOCK) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-11...

  • Page 138: Control Board

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.10 Control Board FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-12...

  • Page 139: Relay Board, Pinch Roller Sensor Board, Rms Board

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.11 Relay Board, Pinch Roller Sensor Board, RMS Board FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-13...

  • Page 140: Circuit Diagrams (fc7000mk2 Main Board)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3 Circuit Diagrams (FC7000MK2 Main Board) 11.3.1 Main Board (CPU) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-14...

  • Page 141: Main Board (cpu)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.2 Main Board (CPU) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-15...

  • Page 142: Main Board (fpga)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.3 Main Board (FPGA) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-16...

  • Page 143: Main Board (i/f)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.4 Main Board (I/F) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-17...

  • Page 144: Main Board (motor Drive)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.5 Main Board (Motor Drive) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-18...

  • Page 145: Main Board (memory)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.6 Main Board (Memory) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-19...

  • Page 146: Main Board (power Supply)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.3.7 Main Board (Power Supply) FC7000-UM-251-9370 11-20...

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