KIP 2300 Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual KIP 2300;
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Chapter 1.
1. 1 Installation Requirements
1. 2 Features
1. 3 Specifications
1. 4 Name & Function of Each Part
1. 4. 1 Front view
1. 4. 2 Rear view
1. 5 Specifications for Scan Original
1. 5. 1 Originals Prohibited from Duplication
1. 5. 2 Specifications for the scan original

Chapter 2. Installation
2. 1 Installation Requirements
2. 2 Unpacking
2. 2. 1 Unpacking
2. 2. 2 Confirmation of accessories
2. 3 Unfix Each Part
2. 4 Installation of Accessories
2. 5 Connection to the IPS / Client PC with USB Cable and HIL Cable
2. 5. 1 Available configurations
2. 5. 2 USB Cable connection
2. 5. 3 HIL Cable connection
2. 6 Connection to the Outlet with Power Cord
2. 7 Turning on the KIP 2300
2. 8 Customization of Backup Data No.11 according to Connected Printer

Chapter 3. Electrical / Controls
3. 1 Electric Components – Locations & Functions
3. 1. 1 Sensors
3. 1. 2 Motors
3. 1. 3 Printed Circuit Boards
3. 1. 4 Switches
3. 1. 5 Other components
3. 2 Document Feeding Section
3. 2. 1 Document width detection
3. 2. 2 Controls for the Document Press Unit
3. 3 Image Processor Section
3. 3. 1 Summary
3. 3. 2 Optical Part
3. 3. 2. 1 Automatic calibration of black & white levels
3. 3. 2. 2 Automatic image block alignment (stitching)
3. 3. 3 Image Processor Part
3. 3. 3. 1 Horizontal enlargement/reduction process
3. 3. 3. 2 Real Time Threshold (Background Mode)

Chapter 4. Mechanical Disassembly
4. 1 External Covers / Units
4. 1. 1 Removal of Upper Document Table
4. 1. 2 Removal of Upper Document Feeder Cover
4. 1. 3 Removal of Lower Document Table
4. 1. 4 Removal of Rear Upper Cover
4. 1. 5 Removal of entire Upper Unit
4. 2 Upper Unit
4. 2. 1 Removal of Document Sensor 2 and Document Sensor 3
4. 2. 2 Removal of Unit Home Position Sensor 1
4. 2. 3 Removal of Unit Home Position Sensor 2
4. 2. 4 Removal of Platen Home Position Sensor
4. 2. 5 Removal of Roller Pressure Sensor 1L/1R
4. 2. 6 Removal of Roller Pressure Sensor 2L/2R
4. 2. 7 Removal of Document Press Motor R
4. 2. 8 Removal of Document Press Motor L
4. 2. 9 Removal of Platen Motor
4. 2.10 Removal of Upper Unit Micro Switch
4. 3 Lower Unit
4. 3. 1 Removal of Document Skew Sensor R
4. 3. 2 Removal of Document Skew Sensor L and Bottom Unit Micro Switch
4. 3. 3 Removal of Document Sensor 1
4. 3. 4 Removal of Read Position Sensor 1
4. 3. 5 Read Position Sensor 2
4. 3. 6 Removal of Document Eject Sensor
4. 3. 7 Removal of Main Motor
4. 3. 8 Removal of Relay
4. 3. 9 Removal of Document Glass

Chapter 5. Maintenance
5. 1 Cleaning

Chapter 6. Troubleshooting
6. 1 Troubleshooting against Image Problem
6. 1. 1 Totally black or totally white
6. 1. 2 Black dot(s)
6. 1. 3 Horizontal black/white line
6. 1. 4 Vertical black/white line
6. 1. 5 Part of image is missing
6. 1. 5 Misalignment of image blocks
6. 1. 6 Any 1 image block has abnormal image
6. 1. 7 The entire scan image is too light
6. 1. 8 Abnormal image caused by shock
6. 1. 9 Abnormal image pattern
6. 2 Troubleshooting against Error Message
6. 2. 1 Document Cover Open
6. 2. 2 Jamming at Document Feed
6. 2. 3 Skew Error
6. 2. 4 Up Document Press Motor L Error/ Down Document Press Motor L Error
6. 2. 5 Up Document Press Motor R Error/ Down Document Press Motor R Error
6. 2. 6 Front Thickness Error
6. 2. 7 Rear Thickness Error
6. 2. 8 Platen Motor Error
6. 2. 9 Document Width Error
6. 2.10 Shading Sequence Error
6. 2.11 Shading Error (CCD1/2/3 Analog Offset Adjustment Error)
6. 2.12 Shading Error (CCD1/2/3 PGA Gain Adjustment Error)
6. 2.13 Shading Error (CCD1/2/3 Digital Gain Adjustment Error)
6. 2.14 Stitch Error
6. 2.15 Black Level Density Error
6. 2.16 White Level Density Error
6. 2.17 DDR Error
6. 2. 18 Other error messages
6. 3 Occurrence Conditions of Error Messages

Chapter 7. KIP 2300 Diag
7. 1 Introduction of KIP2300 Diag
7. 2 Necessary PC Environment for KIP 2300 Diag
7. 3 Installing KIP 2300 USB Driver
7. 4 Running the KIP 2300 Diag
7. 5 Version
7. 6 Update
7. 7 Backup Data
7. 7. 1 Operation to change the parameter
7. 7. 2 Backup data list
7. 7. 3 Description of each backup data
7. 7. 3. 1 Backup data Version (BUD No.0)
7. 7. 3. 2 Number of BUD (BUD No.1)
7. 7. 3. 3 ANSI mode (BUD No.8)
7. 7. 3. 4 Power OFF Time (BUD No.9)
7. 7. 3. 5 Board Front Eject (BUD No.10)
7. 7. 3. 6 Select ED-Gamma LUT (BUD No.11)
7. 7. 3. 7 Document Feed Wait Time (BUD No.12)
7. 7. 3. 8 CCD1 Delay (BUD No.16)
7. 7. 3. 9 CCD3 Delay (BUD No.17)
7. 7. 3.10 CCD1 Delay Fine (BUD No.18)
7. 7. 3.11 CCD3 Delay Fine (BUD No.19)
7. 7. 3.12 CCD1-2 Overlap (BUD No.20)
7. 7. 3.13 CCD2-3 Overlap (BUD No.21)
7. 7. 3.14 CCD1-2 Overlap Fine (BUD No.22)
7. 7. 3.15 CCD2-3 Overlap Fine (BUD No.23)
7. 7. 3.16 Leading Edge F-Up (BUD No.64)
7. 7. 3.17 Trailing Edge F-Up (BUD No.65)
7. 7. 3.18 Leading Edge F-Down (BUD No.66)
7. 7. 3.19 Trailing Edge F-Down (BUD No.67)
7. 7. 3.20 Vertical magnification (BUD No.80)
7. 7. 3.21 Platen home position (BUD No.81)
7. 7. 3.22 CCD1 Delay Revision (BUD No.180)
7. 7. 3.23 CCD3 Delay Revision (BUD No.181)
7. 7. 3.24 CCD1 Overlap Revision (BUD No.182)
7. 7. 3.25 CCD3 Overlap Revision (BUD No.183)
7. 7. 4 Saving backup data parameters into text file
7. 7. 5 Editing parameters in text file and upload them to scanner
7. 7. 6 Saving current Shading Data
7. 7. 7 Uploading Shading Data to the scanner
7. 8 Motion
7. 8. 1 CCD Self Adjustment
7. 8. 2 Shading Compensation
7. 8. 3 Light Leaks (Do not use)
7. 8. 4 Checking each electric component
7. 9 Input check
7.10 Reset