KV-S7075C — Panasonic Other Service Manuals Service Manual Supplement (repair manual)

Model
KV-S7075C
Pages
15
Size
1.53 MB
Type
PDF
Document
Service Manual Supplement
Brand
Device
Other Service Manuals / HIGH SPEED COLOR SCANNER
File
kv-s7075c.pdf
Date

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Order Number KM71106672SE
Category Number G14
High Speed Color Scanner
Model No.
KV-S7075C
Subject :  Addition and Modification
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1 TOPICS OF MAIN CHANGED CONTENTS ---------------- 2
2 “SECTION 4 INSTATION”
--------------------------------- 3
2.1. “Section 4.7 System Requirements” ------------------ 3
3 “SECTION 9 SERVICE UTILITY & SELF TEST”--------- 4
3.1. “Section 9.3 Operation” ---------------------------------- 4
4 “SECTION 14 PARTS LOCATION AND MECHANI-
CAL PARTS LIST” ------------------------------------------------ 5
4.1. “Section 14.1 Exterior” ----------------------------------- 6
4.2. “Section 14.2 ADF (Outer)” ----------------------------- 8
4.3. “Section 14.3 ADF (Inner)” ------------------------------ 8
4.4. “Section 14.4 Flatbed”------------------------------------ 9
4.5. “Section 14.5 Board Assembly & Power Unit” ---- 11
4.6. “Section 14.6 Packing” ----------------------------------12
5 “SECTION 15 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST” ----------14
5.1. “Section 15.1 CONTROL Board” ---------------------15
5.2. “Section 15.2 CENTER Board”------------------------15
Please file and use this supplement manual together with the following manual.
 
Original Service Manual for KV-S7075C (Order No.: KM70811445CE)
 
 
 
2
1 TOPICS OF MAIN CHANGED CONTENTS
    Remarks
       Important level codes and Reason codes for the following changed contents
    1. Important level codes
         A: High
         B: Middle
         C: Low
   2. Reason Codes
        (1) Change Spec. (Product Number, Engineering change, and others)
        (2) Add information on Product KV-S7075C 
        (3) Correction
Section No.
(Original Service 
Manual)
Contents
Reference Section
 on this supplement
Remarks
4
1. Change the operating system to be supported
    Delete: Windows 2000
    Add: Windows 7
2. "SECTION 4
INSTALLATION"
B-(1)
9
1. Change the expression for the explanation of each adjustment”
3. “SECTION 9
SERVICE UTILITY & 
SELF TEST”
B-(1)
14
1. Change part numbers for mechanical parts 
4. “SECTION14 
PARTS LOCATION AND
MECHANICAL PARTS
LIST”
A-(1)
15
1. Change part numbers for electrical parts 
5. “SECTION15
 REPLACEMENT PARTS
 LIST” 
B-(1)
3
2 “SECTION 4 INSTALLATION”
2.1.
“Section 4.7 System Requirements”
When using the scanner, the minimum system requirements are as follows.
   Note 1
1. The above system requirements may not meet the requirements of all operating systems and bundled
application software.   
2. Scanning speed will differ depending on the host computer’s operating environment and applications used.
3. Be sure to connect the scanner directly to a USB interface port on the PC.
We cannot guarantee that the scanner will work properly if it is connected to a USB hub. 
       
   Note 2
1. IBM and AT are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States,
other countries, or both.   
2. Intel and Core are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States 
and other countries.
3. Windows
® 
7 refers to Microsoft
® 
Windows
® 
7 operating system.
4. Windows
® 
XP refers to Microsoft
® 
Windows
® 
XP operating system.
5. Windows Vista
®
 refers to Microsoft
®
 Windows Vista
®
 operating system. 
6. Microsoft
®
, Windows
®
, and Windows Vista
® 
are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
7. All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
       
Computer
IBM
®
 PC/AT
®
 or compatible machine with a CD-ROM drive 
CPU
Intel
®
 Core
 2 Duo, 1.8 GHz or higher
OS
Windows
®
 XP (32 bit only available), Windows Vista
®
,
 
Windows
® 
7
Interface
USB 2.0
Memory 
1 GB or more
HDD
5 GB or more free space is required.
4
3 “SECTION 9 SERVICE UTILITY & SELF TEST”
3.1.
“Section 9.3 Operation”
3.1.1.
“Section 9.3.7 Adjustment”
Item
Operation
Default
Remarks
Individual Position 1. Adjust Automatically.
    a. Set test chart A (Part No.: See 14.7.) on the Hopper Tray
         or Flatbed.
    b. Click “Individual Position” on the main menu.
    c. Click one of 8 “Adjust Automatically” buttons on the
        “Individual Position” dialog box to execute the
        adjustment.
    d. Check the result.
    e. Click “OK” to finish the adjustment.
     f. Click “OK” to return to the main menu.
2. Adjust Manually.
    a. Click “Individual Position” on the main menu.
    b. Change the parameters (mm, %) on the “Individual
        Position”
 dialog box as required. (Refer to Remarks.)
    c. Click “OK” to renew the setting, and to return to the
        main menu.
1. Adjust Automatically
    8 automatic adjustments
     a. Adjust Length
     b. Adjust Front V. Position
     c. Adjust Front H. Position
     d. Adjust Back V. Position
     e. Adjust Back H. Position
      f. Adjust FB Length
     g. Adjust FB V. Position
     h. Adjust FB H. Position
 
2. Adjust Manually
   (Length)
    +: Increasing the number
       makes the scanning
      document length
      shorter.
  (Vertical Position)
    
+: Increasing the
       number makes the
       document scanning
       position shifted
       upward.
(Horizontal Position)
     +: Increasing the
        number makes the
        document scanning
        position shifted to the
       left.
Note
If the appropriate
scanning position can
not be obtained by any
of the manual
adjustments, check CIS
installation.
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