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Konica Minolta DI551Minolta DI551/650 Developer 8937811
Genuine Konica Minolta 8937-811 Developer for use in Konica Minolta DI551 - Genuine Minolta Brand-Type 604

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Part Numbers: 8937-811, 8937811, Minolta Starter 604a


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Comments to date: 7. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
retroactiv 8:25pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 
Neat pocket camera I have owned two Minolta XT cameras. One I gave to my daughter who took over 5000 images with it, the other I still use.
ennemm 6:21pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010 
If you are looking for an all around good camera, this is a great camera for you.However. I would not buy this camera if I knew then wh...  Outdoor pictures are good. Indoor pictures are poor quality.
gardb 3:32am on Saturday, October 9th, 2010 
Terribly unreliable camera. This is my second Minolta Camera and both have broken within 1 year of use.
cobrajc 4:56pm on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 
If you are looking for an all around good cam...  Small, very good pictures. I would not buy this camera if I knew then what I know now. Indoor shots, particularly group pictures, are of poor quality.
Blippo 8:55pm on Monday, August 16th, 2010 
Do NOT buy this camera used After my first beloved Minolta Dimage X Camera was accidentally lost last year, I really wished to have another. Cheap plastic battery door - $181 Cute size encourages leisure use, but beware of the fragility of this camera.
Kees 5:49pm on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 
Great photo quality, reliabiltiy and size None Compact, easy to use small LCD Optical Zoom, Compact Size, MPEG Video capability, SD Slot Expensive battery, Weak Digital Zoom results
FunkWarrior 11:00am on Monday, April 19th, 2010 
Brilliant quality, great portability Like most digital cameras, comes without enough memory

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PK Adjusting the tilt of the punch hole position (PK-5)...1-138 [26] PK Adjusting the punch hole vertical position (PK-2)...1-139 [27] Sensitivity adjustment for the PK paper edge sensor (PK-5)...1-140 [28] PI Centering Adjustment (PK-2).1-141 [29] Adjusting the tilt of PI (when PK punch is used) (PK-2)..1-142 [30] Sensitivity adjustment for the PZ paper edge sensor (PZ)..1-143 [31] FNS Stapler Driver Belt Position Adjustment (FN-112/6/121/10)..1-144 [32] Adjusting the PZ Paper-Path Switching Solenoid (PZ)...1-146 [33] Adjusting the Tension of the PZ Punch Shift Timing Belt (PZ)..1-147 [34] Adjusting the PZ 1st Folding Skew (PZ).1-148 [35] Adjusting the Position of the PZ 2nd Folding Stopper (PZ)..1-149 [36] Adjusting the PZ 2nd Folding Skew 2nd Stopper Assembly (PZ).1-150 [37] FNS Adjusting the Magnets on Conveyance Guide Plate B (FN-115).1-151 [38] FNS Adjusting the Magnets on Conveyance Guide Plate C (FN-115)..1-152 [39] FNS Adjusting the Sub-tray Paper Exit Gate (FN-115)..1-153 [40] FNS Adjusting the Paper-Path Switching Gate (FN-115)..1-154 [41] FNS Adjusting the By-pass Gate (FN-115)..1-156 [42] FNS Adjusting the Shift Position (FN-115)..1-157 [43] FNS Adjusting Opening/Closing at the Paper Exit (FN-115).1-158 [44] FNS Adjusting the Paper Exit-Opening Solenoid (FN-115)..1-159 [45] FNS Adjusting the Paper Exit-Opening Lower Guide Plate (FN-115).1-160 [46] FNS Adjusting the Mount Location of the Paper Exit Arm (FN-115).1-161 [47] FNS Adjusting the Mount Location of the Upper Alignment Plates (FN-115).1-162 [48] FNS Adjusting the Tension of the Upper Alignment Plate Drive Timing Belt (FN-115)..1-163 [49] FNS Adjusting the Stapling Position (Flat Stapling) (FN-115)..1-163 [50] OT-104 Testing Operation.1-164 [51] FN-113/122 Output Check Mode.1-166 [52] FN-113/122 Lengthwise Position Adjustment of Punch Hole..1-170 [53] FN-113/122 Adjustment of Solenoids.1-171 [54] FN-113/122 Timing Belt Tension Adjustment..1-172

[55] [56]

FN-113/122 Adjustment of the Elevator Tray Upper Limit Sensor.. 1-173 FN-113/122 Adjustment of Elevator Tray Over Detection Level.. 1-174

Do not touch with wet hand

Do not disassemble

General instruction

Unplug

Ground/Earth

SAFETY WARNINGS

[1] MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED BY KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Konica Minolta brand copiers are renowned for their high reliability. This reliability is achieved through high-quality design and a solid service network. Copier design is a highly complicated and delicate process where numerous mechanical, physical, and electrical aspects have to be taken into consideration, with the aim of arriving at proper tolerances and safety factors. For this reason, unauthorized modifications involve a high risk of degradation in performance and safety. Such modifications are therefore strictly prohibited. the points listed below are not exhaustive, but they illustrate the reasoning behind this policy.
DANGER : PROHIBITED ACTIONS
Using any cables or power cord not specified by KMBT.
Using any fuse or thermostat not specified by KMBT. Safety will not be assured, leading to a risk of fire and injury. Disabling fuse functions or bridging fuse terminals with wire, metal clips, solder or similar object.
Disabling relay functions (such as wedging paper between relay contacts)
Disabling safety functions (interlocks, safety circuits, etc.) Safety will not be assured, leading to a risk of fire and injury.
Making any modification to the copier unless instructed by KMBT
Using parts not specified by KMBT
CHECKPOINTS WHEN PERFORMING ON-SITE SERVICE
Konica Minolta brand copiers are extensively tested before shipping, to ensure that all applicable safety standards are met, in order to protect the customer and customer engineer (hereafter called the CE) from the risk of injury. However, in daily use, any electrical equipment may be subject to parts wear and eventual failure. In order to maintain safety and reliability, the CE must perform regular safety checks. 1.Power Supply

WARNING: Wall Outlet

Check that mains voltage is as specified. Plug the power cord into the dedicated wall outlet with a capacity greater than the maximum power consumption. If excessive current flows in the wall outlet, fire may result. If two or more power cords can be plugged into the wall outlet, the total load must not exceed the rating of the wall outlet. If excessive current flows in the wall outlet, fire may result.
WARNING: Power Plug and Cord
Make sure the power cord is plugged in the wall outlet securely. Contact problems may lead to increased resistance, overheating, and the risk of fire. Check whether the power cord is damaged. Check whether the sheath is damaged. If the power plug, cord, or sheath is damaged, replace with a new power cord (with plugs on both ends) specified by KMBT. Using the damaged power cord may result in fire or electric shock. When using the power cord (inlet type) that came with this copier, be sure to observe the following precautions: a. Make sure the copier-side power plug is securely inserted in the socket on the rear panel of the copier. Secure the cord with a fixture properly. b. If the power cord or sheath is damaged, replace with a new power cord (with plugs on both ends) specified by KMBT. If the power cord (inlet type) is not connected to the copier securely, a contact problem may lead to increased resistance, overheating, and risk of fire. Check whether the power cord is not stepped on or pinched by a table and so on. Overheating may occur there, leading to a risk of fire.

Check high-voltage cables and sheaths for any damage. Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
Check electrode units such as a charging corona unit for deterioration and sign of leakage. Current can leak, leading to a risk of trouble or fire. Before disassembling or adjusting the write unit incorporating a laser, make sure that the power cord has been disconnected. The laser light can enter your eye, leading to a risk of loss of eyesight. Do not remove the cover of the write unit. Do not supply power with the write unit shifted from the specified mounting position. The laser light can enter your eye, leading to a risk of loss of eyesight. When replacing a lithium battery, replace it with a new lithium battery specified in the Parts Guide Manual. Dispose of the used lithium battery using the method specified by local authority. Improper replacement can cause explosion.
After replacing a part to which AC voltage is applied (e.g., optical lamp and fixing lamp), be sure to check the installation state. A risk of fire exists. Check the interlock switch and actuator for loosening and check whether the interlock functions properly. If the interlock does not function, you may receive an electric shock or be injured when you insert your hand in the copier (e.g., for clearing paper jam).
Make sure the wiring cannot come into contact with sharp edges, burrs, or other pointed parts. Current can leak, leading to a risk of electric shock or fire.
Make sure that all screws, components, wiring, connectors, etc. that were removed for safety check and maintenance have been reinstalled in the original location. (Pay special attention to forgotten connectors, pinched cables, forgotten screws, etc.) A risk of copier trouble, electric shock, and fire exists.
DANGER: HANDLING OF SERVICE MATERIALS
Toner and developer are not harmful substances, but care must be taken not to breathe excessive amounts or let the substances come into contact with eyes, etc. It may be stimulative. If the substances get in the eye, rinse with plenty of water immediately. When symptoms are noticeable, consult a physician.
Never throw the used cartridge and toner into fire. You may be burned due to dust explosion.
DANGER : HANDLING OF SERVICE MATERIALS
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. Drum cleaner (isopropyl alcohol) and roller cleaner (acetone-based) are highly flammable and must be handled with care. A risk of fire exists.

Selected *38

Not selected *38 No display restriction Displayed Enabled *37

DIPSW7

Display restriction Passwords to save/access hard disk JOB Not displayed Double-sided copy of non-standard size Disabled papers *37 Fixing linear velocity adjustment -
Condition for stopping copying after indication of toner supply request Mode Stops after printing 1,500 copies Stops after printing 3,000 copies Stops after printing 4,000 copies Stops after printing 5,000 copies 1-1 1-1
Electrode cleaning cycle (after power is turned ON) Mode 10,000 copies 20,000 copies 30,000 copies 40,000 copies 2-1 2-1
Method for stopping copying after indication of toner supply request Mode Stops after ejecting the paper remaining in the machine Stops after printing specified number of copies Stops at the end of the current job Does not stop 1-1 1-1 *7 Image density selection (toner concentration threshold) These bits set the read level of the toner concentration patch formed on the drum to determine the toner concentration. Against image excessive density, image blur, and toner scattering in all tone areas, the setting should be made by shifting the threshold of black color to the positive side. Against insufficient density in all tone areas, shift to the negative side. Standard -10:The image becomes darker. Standard +10:The image becomes lighter. Standard +20:The image becomes far lighter. Mode Standard Standard -10 Standard +10 Standard +20 5-1 5-1
Number of copies made before inhibition of copying when PM count is reached Mode 1,000 copies 2,000 copies 3,000 copies 4,000 copies 5,000 copies 1,000 copies 1,000 copies 1,000 copies 1-1 1-1 1-1
Electrode cleaning cycle (fixing temperature is 50C or lower when power is turned ON) Mode When power is tured ON 5,000 copies 10,000 copies 15,000 copies 20,000 copies 25,000 copies 30,000 copies Not cleaned 2-1 2-1 2-1
Note: There are three DIP switches to change the image density : 5-0/1 (toner concentration threshold, 5- 2/3 (laser PWM), and 23-2/3 (toner density of developer). The priority of order of these adjustments are as follows : (1) Laser PWM (2) Toner density of developer (3) Toner concentration threshold
Image density selection (laser PWM) for copier These bits set image write laser PWM. Against exessive density of 100% black color, thick letters and lines, and excessive toner consumption, the setting should be made by selecting light. In the opposite case, select dark. Mode Darker (255) Normal (235) Lighter (215) 5-5-1 0
*10 Transfer/separation output for thick paper This bit is used when "Thick" is selected for "Paper type/special size setting" in the key operator mode to change transfer/separation output, linear speed, and fixing temperature. When "No specification" is selected, standard data for 170g/m2 or heavier paper is used. 170g/m2 or heavier (TSL OFF) : When toner is scattered around the image. Plain paper : Transfer / separation data for plain paper of each destination is used to set only the line speed and fixing temperature for thick paper. This setting is applied when the fixing condition is insufficient even though paper is not so thick. Mode No specification 170 g/m2 or more (TSL OFF) Plain paper 6-6-1 0

No specification 64 g/m2 standard paper (Japan) 20 lb standard paper (USA) 80g/m2 standard paper (Europe) Humid paper 1 (Japan) Humid paper 2 (USA) Humid paper 3 (Europe) User paper
Mode Low temperature Low and normal temperature Low, normal, and high temperatures No initial rotation
*15 Fixing roller initial rotation time setting This bit sets the maximum time of initial rotation of the fixing roller. Di551/Di650 Mode 2 minutes (Japan) 3 minutes (Inch and Metric series) 4 minutes 10 minutes Di5510/Di7210 Mode 80 seconds (Japan, High temperature and high humidity) 100 seconds (Japan, Except for high temperature and high humidity) 180 seconds (Inch and Metric series, High temperature and high humidity) 150 seconds (Inch and Metric series, Except for high temperature and high humidity) 2 minutes 3 minutes 4 minutes *16 Message switching Mode Please insert key counter. Please insert copy card. Please insert coin. Please insert key counter. 9-1 9-1 8-5 8-4 8-1 8-1
*14 Fixing roller initial rotation Fixing may be insufficient if the temperature of the place where the machine is installed is low. To prevent this, increase the warm-up time (fixing roller initial rotation time) to allow the fixing roller to be evenly warmed up. This bit specifies the condition(s) under which initial rotation of the fixing roller is required. Low temperature: Initial rotation of the fixing roller is carried out only under the low temperature condition. Low and normal temperatures: Initial rotation of the fixing roller is carried out under low and normal temperature conditions. Low, normal, and high temperatures: Initial rotation of the fixing roller is carried out under low, normal, and high temperature conditions.
*17 Copy count limit Mode No limit 1 copy 3 copies 5 copies 9 copies 10 copies 20 copies 30 copies 50 copies 99 copies 250 copies No limit No limit No limit No limit No limit 9-1 9-1 9-1 9-1
*20 Transfer/separation out put for high-quality paper These bits are used when High-quality is selected for Paper type/special size setting in the key operator mode. When No specification is selected, output data by paper size (metric or inch system) (metric: 64g/m2 standard paper, Inch: 20 lb standard paper) is used. Mode No specification 64 g/m2 paper for printing press 80g/m2 paper for printing press Copied backing papers (Di5510/ Di7210) *21 Size detection 4 Destination Metric series Inch series *22 F4 size detection Mode 8 x 13 8.25 x 13 8.125 x 13.25 8.5 x 13 13-6 13-1 Mode A5R B6R 5.5 x 8.5R 13-4 13-0 10-7 10-6 10-5 10-0
*18 Page memory allocation when powered Mode No allocation 32 MB (default for DP65) 64 MB 10-1 10-0
*19 Page memory allocation when starts When memory overflow occurs in a mode where page memory is used, this bit allocates page memory at the start of job to print out copied paper, the data of which was already read in the memory. Page memory quantity differs as in the following table, according to the number of gradation. 1 bit ED 2 bit ED Mode No allocation Allocated 18 MB (A3 x 2) 36 MB (A3 x 2)

[14] Non-image area erase check
When this machine is installed in a place or is moved to another location, research should be conducted on the conditions under which the machine is placed. Preparation: RADF must be opened. Nothing should be put on the original glass. The original glass must be clean and transparent. Step Operation Enter the 36 mode. [Adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 2 Image adjustment". [Image adjustment mode menu Screen] 3 Select " 7 Non-image area erase check". [Non-image area erase check Screen] 4 Open the RADF, and press the Start key. Confirm that a message indicating that it operated normally is displayed in the message display. When a message indicating it did not operate properly is displayed, refer to Reference 1 shown below. Then, perform the non-original automatic erasure installation research again.
Select A3 size paper. To check the platen, set an adjustment chart on the original glass. To check RADF, set it on RADF. Check for platen copy distortion or RADF copy distortion. Specification: The difference in lengths of two diagonals of a 200mm square must be within 1.4mm. If the platen copy distortion or RADF copy distortion is not within specification, press the P button while pressing the P button. [Scanner warp Adj. Screen]
Press the NEXT or BACK key to select the desired adjustment item. Enter a value with the numeric keys and
Range of setting: -50 to +step=0.05% Repeat steps 6 to 9 until the distortion is within specification. Press the RETURN key to return to the Image adjustment mode menu Screen.
Reference 1: Here are measures to be taken when the following error messages are indicated. <Error message 1> Adjust for Extreme Brightness. In many cases, the Non-image-area-erase function will not operate correctly. Please confirm "adjustment" - "36 mode" columns of the Service Hand book. <Countermeasure1> If you use the non-original erasure function, or copy originals that have a dark background using the non-original erasure method, relatively infrequently, use the machine in its present installation environment. If, however, you copy originals that have a dark background fairly frequently, re-install the
machine in a dark location and facing a direction such that external light does not get into it, then carry out the installation survey once again. <Error message2> A datum with potentioal not to function nonimage-area-erase is found. Please confirm "adjustment" - "36 mode" colums of the Service Hand book. <Countermeasure2> If you use the non-original erasure function relatively infrequently, you can use the machine in its present installation environment. If, however, you copy originals that have a dark background fairly frequently, re-install the machine in a dark location and facing a direction such that external light does not get into it, then carry out the installation survey once again. In this case, if there is a bright light source, such as a fluorescent light, directly above the machine, reconsider the installation location and direction, or take steps to block off the light from the light source (by using a cover, for example), then carry out the installation survey once again.

Press the START button to output a test pattern. To output another test pattern, press the C button while pressing the P button and repeat steps 3 to 5. Press the RETURN key to end.
1. Stitch and fold stopper adjustment (FN-6/10 only)
Adjusting the stapling position when stitch and fold mode. Step Operation Enter the 36 mode. [Adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 6 Finisher adjustment". [Finisher adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 1 Stitch and fold stopper adj.". [Stitch and Fold stopper adj. Screen] Press the COPY SCREEN key. Set paper in the tray, set originals on RADF, and press the START button. Check the paper center and stapling position. Specification: 1mm If the stapling position is not within specification, press the C button while pressing the P button. [Stitch and Fold stopper adj. Screen] 8 Press the NEXT or BACK key to select a desired paper size. Enter a value with numeric keys and press the SET 9 key. Setting range: -128 to +step=0.1mm (in the case of the Di551/Di650) 1 step = 0.15mm (in the case of the Di5510/Di7210) Repeat steps 4-9 until the stapling position is within specification. Press the RETURN 11 key to return to
2. Folding stopper adjustment (FN-6/10 only)
Adjusting the folding position when stitch and fold or folding mode. Step Operation Enter the 36 mode. [Adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 6 Finisher adjustment". [Finisher adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 2 Fold stopper adjustment". [Fold stopper adjustment Screen] Press the COPY SCREEN key. Set paper in the tray, set originals on RADF, and press the START button. Check the paper center and folding position. Specification: 1mm If the folding position is not within specification, press the C button while pressing the P button. [Fold stopper adjustment Screen] 8 Press the NEXT or BACK key to select a desired paper size. Enter a value with numeric keys and press the SET 9 key. Setting range: -128 to +step=0.1mm (in the case of the Di551/Di650) 1 step = 0.15mm (in the case of the Di5510/Di7210) Repeat steps 4-9 until the folding position is within specification. Press the RETURN 11 key to return to
the Finisher adjustment mode menu Screen.
3. Cover sheet tray size adjustment (Cover Inserter B/E only)
This adjustment should be performed when the cover sheet tray size cannot be detected properly and when centring adjustment for cover sheet tray is performed. Step Operation Enter the 36 mode. [Adjustment mode menu Screen] Press " 6 Finisher adjustment". [Finisher adjustment mode menu Screen] 3 Press " 3 Cover sheet tray size adjustment". [Cover sheet tray size adj. Screen] 4 Press NEXT or BACK key to select the tray to be adjusted. Set a A4R size paper on the cover sheet tray (upper/lower), press the Start key on the LCD. A complete message appears on the screen.

Also Notice to the administrator (CC mail) - No - Only illegal mails - All mails

*1 *2 *3 *4

Consult system administrator and create mail account for copier on receiving mail server. No echo back from the password. Use it as identifier, when managing multiple copiers. Use it to check the copier. is turned ON or not. If the time of the copier or the mail application software is not set correctly (including time difference), wrong time is described. In that case, select [No].
Click "Apply" to finish input. Test mail sending and receiving. Click [Sending and receiving test] button and then sending and receiving tests are performed by one transaction. It checks whether the sent mail is correctly received. Click [Sending and receiving test] to display result of the test. If it is failed, please re-confirm the setting following to error message. Mail sending test is performed to SMTP server. Test mail is sent to [E-Mail Address of the copy machine] set on Step2. Receiving test from receiving mail server is performed. Test mail is received by [E-Mail Address of the copy machine] set on Step2.
Sending mail test Receiving mail test
Turn OFF/ON power switch of copier.
4. How to use the Mail remote notification system
A. Function CE can use following functions of Mail remote notification system by e-mailing simple keyword to copier. CE can receive the data of the desired copier data list by the e-mail.
JOB memory list User management list Font pattern list Machine management list 1 Adjustment data list Parameter list E.K.C. management list Machine management list 2 Counter list Pixel ratio data list
In order to use above function, the simple keyword (command) must be sent by e-mail. The following table shows the command and options. Command GETLOG Options [List output] JOB USER FONT MANAGEMENT ADJUSTMENT PARAMETER EKC COUNTER PIXEL ALL Not specified CHPASS [OldPasswd] [NewPasswd] [OldPasswd] [NewPasswd] HELP Not specified Explanation Minimum
The [List output] specified by the following is returned G by mail. [JOB memory list] [User management list] [Font pattern list] [Machine management list 1] [Adjustment data list] [Parameter list] [EKC management list] [Counter list] [Pixel ratio data list] All of above list data. Edited [Counter list] for the cellular phone display. To change the password used to certify mail. Specify current password Specify new password Help mail explaining usage of the above commands is H sent. C J U F M A P E 2 C PI AL

M702 (Tray up/down motor)
PS704 Tray lower limit PS

7272fs5005

CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
[1] Di551/Di650/Di5510/Di7210 Connector Layout Drawing

1. Printer control board

206 (W: 20pin) 208 (GY: 16pin) 212 (W: 24pin) 211 (W: 7pin) 35 (W: 5pin) 202 (W: 22pin)
234 (W: 40pin) 225 (N.C.) 224(N.C.) 210 (GY: 11pin) 213 (GY: 15pin) 232 (N.C) 214 (W: 24pin) 219 (GY: 10pin) 205 (GY: 15pin) 220 (N.C.) 233(N.C)
215 (W: 6pin) 201 (W: 2pin) 230 (W: 6pin) 36 (N.C.)
217 (GY: 12pin) 229 (W: 14pin) 218 (GY: 6pin)
207 (W: 12pin) 221 (N.C.) 237 (W: 38pin) 223 (N.C.) 236 (W: 36pin) 227 (W: 28pin) 216 (W: 7pin)
235 (W: 34pin) 203 (N.C.) 238 (N.C.)

37 (N.C.) 222 (N.C.)

200 (W: 8pin)
206 (GY: 20pin) 208 (GY: 16pin) 212 (W: 28pin) 211 (GY: 7pin) 35 (W: 5pin) 202 (W: 26pin)
234 (W: 40pin) 225 (N.C.) 210 (GY: 11pin) 213 (GY: 15pin) 232 (N.C) 214 (W: 24pin) 219 (GY: 10pin) 205 (GY: 18pin) 220 (N.C.) 237 (W: 26pin) 236 (W: 36pin) 203 (W: 32pin) 233 (N.C) 224 (N.C.)
217 (GY: 12pin) 229 (W: 18pin) 218 (GY: 6pin)
207 (W: 14pin) 221 (N.C.) 223 (N.C.) 227 (W: 28pin) 216 (W: 10pin) 240 (N.C.) 222 (N.C.)
204 (W: 34pin) 235 (W: 11pin) 238 (N.C.)

37 (N.C.)

200 (W: 9pin) 239 (W: 4pin)

7272fs5013

2. Image control board
128 (W: 20pin) 110 (W: 40pin) 132 (GY: 5pin) 130 (W: 22pin) 103 (W: 4pin) 129 (W: 40pin) 100 (W: 4pin)

118 (N.C.)

104 (W: 3pin) 105 (W: 3pin) 115 (168pin) Memory
134 (36pin) ISW 136 (W: 14pin) 111(8pin) LAN 113

139 (25pin)

112 HDD
140 (GY: 11pin) 137 (GY: 7pin) 138 (W: 4pin) 122 (N.C.) 135 (W: 22pin) 121 (N.C.)
132 (GY: 5pin) 110 (W: 50pin) 130 (W: 24pin) 103 (W: 4pin) 100 (W: 5pin)

104 (W: 6pin)

119 (N.C.) 114 (168pin) Memory 134 (36pin) ISW 128 (W: 20pin) 136 (W: 14pin) 111(8pin) LAN 129 (W: 40pin) 125 (4pin) USB (9pin) 112 HDD

140 (GY: 11pin)

137 (GY: 7pin) 135 (W: 26pin)

122 (N.C.) 121 (N.C.)

7272fs5014

3. ADU drive board

401 (W: 2pin) 407 (W: 2pin) 400 (W: 7pin) 402 (W: 40pin)

404 (GY: 6pin)

406 (GY: 9pin)
403 (W: 12pin) 410 (GY: 13pin) 414 (N.C.) 405 (W: 20pin) 413 (N.C.)
401 (W: 2pin) 407 (W: 2pin) 404 (W: 3pin) 402 (W: 36pin) 406 (GY: 6pin) 408 (GY: 7pin) 400 (GY: 8pin) 403 (W: 12pin)

410 (GY: 13pin)

414 (N.C.)

413 (N.C.)

405 (W: 20pin)

7272fs5015

4. DC power supply unit
15 (W: 14pin) 11 (W: 14pin) 12 (W: 22pin) 13 (W: 18pin) 3 (W: 2pin) 31 (W: 3pin)

4 (W: 3pin)

21 (W: 4pin) 14 (W: 4pin)

2 (W: 3pin) 1 (W: 5pin)

5. Scanner drive board

620 (W: 3pin)

615 (W: 2pin)
624 (GY: 15pin) 625 (GY: 7pin) 610 (GY: 16pin)

ADU paper reverse PS
ADU paper conveyance PS/2

ADU deceleration PS

ADU pre-registration PS

Paper exit PS

START button ON

Loop Loop Loop

[2] Di650 Timing Chart (2)

Reverse paper exit motor

A4, life size, 1-2 mode, Tray 1, 2 sets

Loop Loop

Reversed paper exit PS6

Paper exit PS Stop print

Symbol 10 11
[3] Di7210 Timing Chart (1)

Reverse/exit motor

A4, life size, 1-1 mode, Tray1, face-up paper exit, non AE, 2 sets
Horizontal conveyance PS/L
Horizontal conveyance PS/R

PS36 Loop PS

PS44 Registration PS

PS30 Fixing exit PS

PS42 Paper reverse PS

PS46 Reversed/exit PS6

PS45 ADU paper reverse PS
PS48 ADU paper conveyance PS/2

PS49 ADU deceleration PS

PS50 ADU pre-registration PS

7272fs5019

PS37 Paper exit PS

Symbol 9

[4] Di7210 Timing Chart (2)
A4, life size, 1-2 mode, Tray1, 2 sets

7272fs5020

PS37 Paper exit PS Stop print
A4, 3 originals (single side)

Last original PS

Original size PS/2
Original registration PS/1
[5] EDH-4/EDH-7 Timing Chart (1)
Original registration PS/2

Original conveyance PS

Original exit PS

MC301 Original feed MC

Last original ejected Scanning the 3rd original Scanning the 2nd original Scanning the 1st original

640mm/s

Original feed motor

320mm/s

400mm/s
Original conveyance motor
Pressure roller release SD

Exit gate SD

V-VALID signal
A4, 3 originals (double side)

Symbol 9 10

[6] EDH-4/EDH-7 Timing Chart (2)

Original feed moter

Scanning the back side of the 1st original Scanning the front side of the 1st original Scanning the back side of the 2nd original Scanning the front side of the 2nd original
V-VALID signal Scanning the back side of the 3rd original Scanning the front side of the 3rd original Last original ejected

Time (sec) 1 2

LT paper feed motor
MC101 LT paper feed MC Loop
[7] C-403/C-404 Timing Chart
A4, life size, 1-1 mode, non AE, 2 sets
SD100 LT first paper feed SD
MC102 LT first original feed MC

LT first paper feed PS

LT paper feed PS
Items PS704 FNS entrance PS

M701 FNS conveyance

670mm/s

M702 Shift motor

880-7-9 880-8-8 880-9-7 880-10-6 880-11-5 880-12-4 880-13-3 880-14-2 880-15-1 880-4-12 880-5-11 880-6-10 880-1-15 880-2-14 880-3-13 884-1 884-2 884-18 316-4 316-3 316-2 316-17 885-1 885-2 885-3 886-1 886-2 886-3 887-1 887-2 887-3 888-1 888-2 888-3
425-1 VIDEO 425-2 GND 425-3 +5V 425-4 -5V 425-5 GND 425-6 SI 425-7 GND 425-8 CLK 425-9 GLED 425-10 VLED
425-1 425-2 425-3 425-4 425-5 425-6 425-7 425-8 425-9 425-10
420-16-1 420-15-2 420-14-3 420-13-4 420-12-5 420-11-6 420-10-7 420-9-8 420-8-9 420-7-10
405-20 DEF_VIDEO 405-19 GND 405-18 5V2 405-17 -5V 405-16 GND P 405-15 DEF_SI 405-14 GND P 405-13 DEF_CLK P 405-12 DEF_LED 405-11 24V1

DEVELOPING SUCTION FAN

337-2-2 337-3-1
212-A8 SUCTFAN_D 212-A9 SFAN_EM 212-A10 P.GND
VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SENSOR/1
[1] Di551/Di650 Overall Wiring Diagram 4/4

REGISTRATION

LEADING EDGE SENSOR
424-3 424-2 424-1 420-6-11 420-5-12 420-4-13
405-10 5V2 405-9 EDGE_PS 405-8 S_GND 405-7 5V2 405-6 2ND_PS 405-5 S_GND H

REGISTRATION SENSOR

423-1 423-2 423-3
420-3-14 420-2-15 420-1-16
5V S.G. CONT CLK CW/CCW LD SGND P.G. P.G. 24V 24V
301-1 301-2 301-3 301-4 301-5 301-6 301-7 301-8 301-9 301-10 301-11
VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SENSOR/2

PS27 PS28

VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SENSOR/3 VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SENSOR/4(JAPAN ONLY)

VERTICAL PAPER FEED

REGISTRATION CLUTCH

422-1-2 422-2-1

408-12 MC24V 408-13 2ND_MC
334-11-1 334-10-2 334-9-3 334-8-4 334-7-5 334-6-6
212-B7 5V 212-B8 P.GND 212-B9 TONERM_CONT 212-B10 TONERM_CLK 212-B11 TONERM_CW/CCW 212-B12 TONERM_EM H P H L

322-4 322-3 322-2 322-23

334-4-8 334-3-9 334-2-10 334-1-11
331-1 331-2 331-3 331-4 331-5 331-6 331-7 331-8 331-9 331-10 331-11
205-6 5V3 L 205-5 T4PASS_PS 205-T4PASS 205-10 S.GND 205-3 5V3 H 205-2 VF_DOOR_PS 205-1 S_GND
VERTICAL CONVEYANCE DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR
CONVEYANCE MOTOR MAIN BODY COOLING FAN/1

336-1 336-2 336-3 336-4

H P H L H 227-B1 MAINFAN_D 227-B2 MAINFAN_EM 227-B3 MAINFAN_HL_20 227-B4 P.GND L L L L L L
5V S.G CONT CLK CW/CCW LD (H/L) P.G. P.G. 24V 24V
421-1 421-2 421-3 421-4 421-5 421-6 421-7 421-8 421-9 421-10 421-11
408-11 +5V 408-10 PGND 408-9 START/STOP 408-8 CLK 408-7 CW/CCW 408-6 LD 408-5 H/L 408-4 PGND 408-3 PGND 408-2 +24V 408-1 +24V

461-1-3

207- 9 5V2 H 207-10 FIXEXIT_PS 207-S_GND 207-S_GND 207- 8 S_GND 207- 1 FIX_SET_N 207- 7 TH1+ 207- 6 TH1207- 5 TH2+ 207- 4 TH2-

50-A4-A1 50-A3-A2 50-A2-A3 50-A1-A4 51-A1-A10 51-A10-A1 51-A2-A9 51-A3-A8 51-A4-A7 51-A5-A6 52-1 52-2 53-1 53-3

55-1 55-2 55-3

FIXING EXIT SENSOR

ADU DB 2/2

WRITTING SECTION COOLING FAN
338-1-4 338-2-3 338-3-2 338-4-1
402-B13 SUC_FAN 402-B14 SUC_EM 402-B15 P_GND L 402-B16 SEP_CLR_M B L 402-B17 SEP_CLR_M A L

FIXING

CONVEYANCE SUCTION FAN
461-2-2 461-3-1 460-4-4 460-5-3 462-1-2 462-2-1
227-B5 WRFAN1_D 227-B6 WRFAN1_EM 227-B7 WRFAN_HL 227-B8 P-GND

TH2 51-A6-A5 51-A7-A4

FIXING TEMPERTURE SENSOR/1 FIXING TEMPERTURE SENSOR/2
H P L H 207- 3 TH3+ 207- 2 TH3-

M10 M4

463-1-2 463-2-1 460-6-2 460-7-1
TRNSFER/SEPARATION CLEANING MOTOR FIXING MOTOR

314-4 314-3 314-2 314-1

227-B9 5V 227-B10 P.GND 227-B11 MAINM_CONT 227-B12 MAINM_CLK 227-B13 MAINM_F/R 227-B14 MAINM_EM
TRNSFER SYNCHRONIZATION LAMP
402-B18 MC24V 402-B19 TSL_DR 402-B20 NC

439-1-2 439-2-1

460-3-5 460-2-6
5V S.G. CONT CLK CW/CCW LD S.G. P.G. P.G. 24V 24V
304-1 304-2 304-3 304-4 304-5 304-6 304-7 304-8 304-9 304-10 304-11

* * * * * *

ADU F/G

PAPER CONVEYANCE

DRUM HEATER (OPTION)
414- 1 NC 414- 2 NC 414- 3 NC 414- 4 NC 414- 5 NC 414- 6 NC 414- 7 NC 414- 8 NC
214-A12 5VA 214-A11 BPSIZE_VR 214-A10 AGND 214-A9 5V3 214-A8 BPSIZE_S_PS 214-A7 SGND
188-7-1 188-6-2 188-5-3 188-4-4 188-3-5 188-4-6:TEST 188-3-7:TEST
890-A1-12 890-A2-11 890-A3-10

899-1-9 899-2-8 899-3-7

897-1 897-2 897-3

PAPER SIZE VR/BP

PRCB 2/2
890-A4-9 890-A5-8 890-A6-7

899-4-6 899-5-5 899-6-4

896-1 896-2 896-3

PAPER SIZE SENSOR/1-BP

POLYGON MOTOR

189-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7

211-7 24V1 211-6 P.GND 211-5 POLM_CONT H 211-4 POLM_CLK P 211-3 POLM_LOCK H 211-2 N.C. 211-1 N.C.
214-A6 5V3 214-A5 BPSIZE_L_PS 214-A4 SGND L 214-B12 5V3 214-B11 BP_0PS 214-B10 SGND L 214-B9 5V3 214-B8 BPUP_PS 214-B7 SGND
890-A7-6 890-A8-5 890-A9-4

899-7-3 899-8-2 899-9-1

13-5 24V1 FNS 13-9 5V2 FNS 13-13 S.GND FNS 13-18 P.GND FNS
PAPER MIS-CENTERING SENSOR PS70
205-9 5V3 205-8 T4PASS_PS 205-7 S.GND 205-6 5V3 205-5 VF_DRBPS 205-4 S.GND H 205-3 5V3 205-2 VF_DRTPS 205-1 S.GND
880 -10--11--12--13--14--15--16--17--18-1
887-1 887-2 887-3 888-1 888-2 888-3 889-1 889-2 889-3
VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SENSOR/4 PS29
164-A13-1 164-A12-2 164-A11-3 164-A10-4 164-A9-5 164-A8-6 164-A7-7 164-A6-8 164-A5-9 164-A4-10 164-A3-11 164-A2-12 164-A1-13
LEADING EDGE SENSOR PS44 REGISTRATION SENSOR
423-1 423-2 423-3 420-3-14 420-2-15 420-1-16

424-1 424-2 424-3

420-6-11 420-5-12 420-4-13
TRANSFER/ SEPARATION PS/F TRANSFER/ SEPARATION PS/R PS53
TRNSFER SYNCHRONIZATION LAMP M10 TRANSFER/ SEPARATION CLEANING MOTOR
405-10 S.GND 405-9 EDGE_PS 405-8 5V2 405-7 5V2 405-6 2ND_PS 405-5 S.GND 410-13 2ND_MC 410-12 MC24V
212-B14 5V 212-B13 S.GND 212-B12 TONERM_CONT 212-B11 TONERM_CLK 212-B10 TONERM_CW/CCW 212-B9 TONERM_EM 212-B8 NC
VERTICAL CONVEYANCE DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR VERTICAL CONVEYANCE DOOR OPEN/CLOSE PS/U PS12 M13
13-4 24V1 LCT 13-8 5V2 LCT 13-12 S.GND LCT 13-17 P.GND LCT
214-A12 5VA 214-A11 BPSIZE_VR 214-A10 S.GND 214-A9 5V3 214-A8 BPSIZE_S_PS 214-A7 S.GND L 214-A6 5V3 214-A5 BPSIZE_L_PS 214-A4 S.GND H P H L H
890 -A1--A2--A3--A4--A5--A6--A7--A8--A9-4
899 -1--2--3--4--5--6--7--8--9-1
897-1 897-2 897-3 896-1 896-2 896-3 895-1 895-2 895-3
154-14 LCD_ADJ 154-13 24V 154-12 LCD_D3 154-11 LCD_D2 154-10 LCD_D1 154-9 LCD_D0 154-8 24V 154-7 GND 154-6 5V 154-5 CP 154-4 LP 154-3 FLM 154-2 NC 154-1 DSP_OFF
12-2 24V1 HV 12-19 P.GND HV

VR5 PS31 PS32

PAPER SIZE SENSOR/1-BP PAPER SIZE SENSOR/2-BP PS33 FM1 MAIN BODY COOLING FAN/1

CONVEYANCE MOTOR M5

464-1 464-2 464-3 467-3-4 467-2-5 467-1-6 465-1 465-2 465-3 467-6-1 467-5-2 467-4-3 463-1-2 463-2-1 460-6-2 460-7-1
214-B12 5V3 214-B11 BP_0PS 214-B10 S.GND L 214-B9 5V3 214-B8 BPUP_PS 214-B7 S.GND H P L H H 214-B6 5V3 214-B5 BPDN_PS 214-B4 S.GND
890 -B1--B2--B3--B4--B5--B6-7
NO PAPER SENSOR/BP PS34 TRAY UPPLY LIMIT SENSOR/BP
890 -B7--B8--B9-4 891-1 891-2 891-3
136-1 LCD_D3 136-2 LCD_D2 136-3 LCD_D1 136-4 LCD_D0 136-5 GND 136-6 CP 136-7 GND 136-8 LP 136-9 GND 136-10 FLM 136-11 GND 136-12 DSP_OFF 136-13 5V2 136-14 5V2 410-11 +5V2 410-10 P.GND 410-9 START/STOP 410-8 CLK 410-7 CW_CCW (GND) 410-6 LD 405-5 H/L 405-4 P.GND 405-3 P.GND 405-2 +24V 405-1 +24V
164-B14-1 164-B13-2 164-B12-3 164-B11-4 164-B10-5 164-B9-6 164-B8-7 164-B7-8 164-B6-9 164-B5-10 164-B4-11 164-B3-12 164-B2-13 164-B1-14 162-2-1 162-1-2

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Contract Number: 600-340-03-1

DI551 SPECIFICATIONS

Business information is flowing faster - and moving in new directions. Thats why you need the award winning Minolta DiALTA Di551. It increases your in-house, ondemand document power with advanced controller-based connected functionality, versatile finishing options, and superior print/copy quality. High-speed 55-ppm output, polymerized toner for superior image detail, fast flexible scanning, bookletmaking, tri-folding, even full bleed 11 x 17 prints or copies 12 x 18 paper - the Di551 can do it all. 55 pages per minute Superior Image Quality High-Speed Productivity Simple Touch-Screen Operation

Type II Class 3

* Includes: Electronic Document Handler, Finisher
MINOLTA DIALTA DI551 Type: Console Digital Copier Imaging System: Integrated Dual Laser Beam Imaging Development System: Dry Dual Component with Polymerized Toner Output Speed: 55 pages per minute Image Resolution: True 600 x 600 dpi Warm-Up Time: Approx. 5-1/2minutes First Copy: 3.4 seconds or less Magnification: 25 - 400%,.1% increments; Preset reduction 50%, 65%, 77%, 93%; Preset enlargement 121%, 129%, 155%, 200% Standard Paper Supply: 500-sheet universal paper drawers (2); 1,500-sheet universal paper drawer (1); 100-sheet manual bypass Paper Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 - 12 x 18 Max. Paper Cap.: 7,000 sheets (total, with options) Duplexing: Trayless Power Requirements: 120V, 60Hz, 20A Dimensions: 69" x 30" x 45" (WDH) with ADF, Finisher & LCC paper cabinet) Weight: 448 lbs.
Design & specifications are subject to change without notice.
* Photo does not represent awarded configuration.

DI551 PRICING

TYPE II, CLASS 3 VOLUME RANGE: 45,000 - 50,000 COPIES/MONTH SPEED: 55 PAGES PER MINUTE
Includes: Electronic Document Handler (EDH), Finisher (FN-113)

PURCHASE:

Purchase Price *Monthly Maintenance Copies Included Overage Charge/Copy Network Engineer Charge

$7,547.00

$97.83.00

50,000

$100.00

LEASE (RENTAL) PROGRAMS:

Acquisition Plan **Monthly Lease Price Network Engineer Charge Copies Included Overage Charge/Copy
24 months 36 months SUPPLIES:

$338.00 $317.00

$100.00 $100.00

50,000 50,000

.015.015
All start-up supplies are included at no additional charge. LEASE (RENTAL) PROGRAMS: All consumable supplies (except paper) are included in this contract at no additional charge. * PURCHASE: Monthly maintenance charge if maintenance agreement is elected on the 91st day, until maintenance agreement is terminated. All consumable supplies (except paper) are included in the maintenance contract at no additional charge.

 

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