MX-5500N, MX-6200N, MX-7000N (serv.man203). REVISED TEMP TABLE ADJUSTMENTS FOR PCU 01.04 AND PCU 01.05 — Sharp Copying Equipment Technical Bulletin (repair manual)

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Technical Report
DIGITAL FULL COLOR COPIER(OPTION): MX-5500N/6200N/7000N
No.  : CCE-414R(CCJ-469)
Date : Jan. 22, 2007
   
Document Systems Division
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SHARP CORPORATION
ROM UPGRADE ..... (2) TO (3).
PCU-ROM version “0104D0”
(Before change: Plain paper setting 1 
 After change: Basis weight of paper 60 to 90g/m
2
)
PCU-ROM version “0105D0”
(Before change: Plain paper setting 2 
 After change: Basis weight of paper 91 to 105g/m
2
)
*2.Guidelines for upgrade of PCU-ROM to “0104D0” or to “0105D0” has been added to the
1.Model Name:
MX-5500N/6200N/7000N
2.Description:
ROM UPGRADE (3)
Implementation of PCU-ROM upgrades
From December 2006 production
ROM
control No.
ICU
(PROGRAM)
ICU
(BOOT)
PCU
SCU
DSPF
IMAGE
DATA
FAX
A24
0100D0
* 0100D0
0105D0
0100D0
0100D0
0100D0
010300
* ICU BOOT above is the ROM management label for recording.
Check that the actual ICU BOOT (Sim22-5) is:
ICU (BOOT): 01.00.D0/LANGUAGE: 01.28.00/GRAPHIC: 01.00.D0
Item of change: See the accompanying sheet.
ROM UPGRADE (2)
Implementation of PCU-ROM upgrades
From mid November 2006 production (Except for North America)
ROM
control No.
ICU
(PROGRAM)
ICU
(BOOT)
PCU
SCU
DSPF
IMAGE
DATA
FAX
A23
0100D0
* 0100D0
0104D0
0100D0
0100D0
0100D0
010300
* ICU BOOT above is the ROM management label for recording.
Check that the actual ICU BOOT (Sim22-5) is:
ICU (BOOT): 01.00.D0/LANGUAGE: 01.28.00/GRAPHIC: 01.00.D0
Item of change: See the accompanying sheet.
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ROM Version Combination History Table
No
ROM
administ-
ration
ICU
(PROGRAM)
ICU
(BOOT)
PCU
SCU
DSPF
IMAGE
DATA
FAX
Action
Issued
T/R No.
(1)
A12
0100D0
0100D0
0103D0
0100D0
0100D0
0100D0
010300
2006/7
CCE-360
3/3
[Description]
No.
Subject
Description
A23
PCU version
0104D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" has been changed.
Upgrading the firmware to this version will update the content of settings to the “Set value after change” as
shown in the following tables.
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version.
A24
PCU version
0105D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
(MX-7000only)
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 91-105 g/m2 (24+ - 28 lbs.)" has been changed.
*Upgrading the firmware to this version will also automatically update the setting values changed on PCU
version 0104D0 above.
However the automatic update will be carried out only on the first update for PCU version 0104D0 or
0105D0, and it won’t be carried out for the second and subsequent update.
*Setting values changed on PCU version0105D0 will be automatically updated only if "Paper weight 60-
90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected for Fusing Control Settings. (If "Paper weight 91-105g/m2 <24+ - 28
lbs.>)" is selected, updating won’t be carried out automatically.)
When upgrading the firmware, please perform the procedure with attention of the following points.
<Notes for the version upgrade>
1. Make sure "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected beforehand.    If it’s not selected, set it
up, and then upgrade the firmware.
System Setting => Device Setting => On Fusing Control Settings screen, check if "Paper weight 60-90
g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected (if not, set it up).
2. If the version upgrade is conducted when "Paper weight 91-105g/m2" is selected, returning the Fusing
Control Settings to "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)” and changing the setting to "Paper weight
91-105g/m2(24+ - 28 lbs.)" again will allow the automatic update to “Set value after change” as shown
in the following tables.
(Setting of Paper weight will be available by power OFF/ON after the setting change.)
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version in accordance with the notes above.
3/3
[Description]
No.
Subject
Description
A23
PCU version
0104D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" has been changed.
Upgrading the firmware to this version will update the content of settings to the “Set value after change” as
shown in the following tables.
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version.
A24
PCU version
0105D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
(MX-7000only)
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 91-105 g/m2 (24+ - 28 lbs.)" has been changed.
*Upgrading the firmware to this version will also automatically update the setting values changed on PCU
version 0104D0 above.
However the automatic update will be carried out only on the first update for PCU version 0104D0 or
0105D0, and it won’t be carried out for the second and subsequent update.
*Setting values changed on PCU version0105D0 will be automatically updated only if "Paper weight 60-
90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected for Fusing Control Settings. (If "Paper weight 91-105g/m2 <24+ - 28
lbs.>)" is selected, updating won’t be carried out automatically.)
When upgrading the firmware, please perform the procedure with attention of the following points.
<Notes for the version upgrade>
1. Make sure "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected beforehand.    If it’s not selected, set it
up, and then upgrade the firmware.
System Setting => Device Setting => On Fusing Control Settings screen, check if "Paper weight 60-90
g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected (if not, set it up).
2. If the version upgrade is conducted when "Paper weight 91-105g/m2" is selected, returning the Fusing
Control Settings to "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)” and changing the setting to "Paper weight
91-105g/m2(24+ - 28 lbs.)" again will allow the automatic update to “Set value after change” as shown
in the following tables.
(Setting of Paper weight will be available by power OFF/ON after the setting change.)
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version in accordance with the notes above.
3/3
[Description]
No.
Subject
Description
A23
PCU version
0104D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" has been changed.
Upgrading the firmware to this version will update the content of settings to the “Set value after change” as
shown in the following tables.
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version.
A24
PCU version
0105D0
Change of the
default value of SIM
relating to Fusing
temperature
(MX-7000only)
In order to improve offset copy when the fusing roller is at low temperature, the factory default value of
fusing temperature for "Paper weight 91-105 g/m2 (24+ - 28 lbs.)" has been changed.
*Upgrading the firmware to this version will also automatically update the setting values changed on PCU
version 0104D0 above.
However the automatic update will be carried out only on the first update for PCU version 0104D0 or
0105D0, and it won’t be carried out for the second and subsequent update.
*Setting values changed on PCU version0105D0 will be automatically updated only if "Paper weight 60-
90 g/m2 (16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected for Fusing Control Settings. (If "Paper weight 91-105g/m2 <24+ - 28
lbs.>)" is selected, updating won’t be carried out automatically.)
When upgrading the firmware, please perform the procedure with attention of the following points.
<Notes for the version upgrade>
1. Make sure "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected beforehand.    If it’s not selected, set it
up, and then upgrade the firmware.
System Setting => Device Setting => On Fusing Control Settings screen, check if "Paper weight 60-90
g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)" is selected (if not, set it up).
2. If the version upgrade is conducted when "Paper weight 91-105g/m2" is selected, returning the Fusing
Control Settings to "Paper weight 60-90 g/m2(16 - 24 lbs.)” and changing the setting to "Paper weight
91-105g/m2(24+ - 28 lbs.)" again will allow the automatic update to “Set value after change” as shown
in the following tables.
(Setting of Paper weight will be available by power OFF/ON after the setting change.)
Note: If the setting values are specially set up for the user, those values will be updated to the “Set value
after change” by upgrading the firmware to this version in accordance with the notes above.

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