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PD-II MANUAL

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1. Introductions ..................................................................................................................4
1.1.
The Preface.....................................................................................................4
1.2.
Precautions .....................................................................................................4
1.3.
Specifications (CE) ..........................................................................................5
1.4.
Sealing Method ...............................................................................................7
2. Calibration Mode ...........................................................................................................8
2.1.
How to Go to Normal mode (C 0) .................................................................9
2.2
How to Confirm Span Calibrated A/D Value(C 1) .........................................9
2.2.
Span Calibration(C 3) .................................................................................10
2.3.
Capacity Display and Option Setting(C 4) ..................................................11
2.3.1. UNIT, TARE Setting(C41) ....................................................................11
2.3.2. Capacity Setting(C42) ..........................................................................11
2.3.3. Comma Setting (C43)...........................................................................11
2.3.4. Save Setting(C44) ................................................................................12
2.4.
Averaging A/D Value(C - 5) ...........................................................................12
2.5.
Real A/D Value(C 6) ...................................................................................12
2.6.
% Calibration (C 7) .....................................................................................12
2.7.
Gravity Constant (C 9)................................................................................13
2.8.
ECR INTERFACE..........................................................................................15
2.8.1
ECR Interface ...........................................................................................15
2.8.2
ECR Type Selection .................................................................................15
Table 1 ..........................................................................................................................15
3. INTERFACE WITH EXTERNAL DEVICE....................................................................16
3.1.
INTERFACE with RS-232C ...........................................................................16
3.1.1. TYPE-2 INTERFACE................................................................................16
3.1.2. TYPE-3 INTERFACE................................................................................17
3.1.3. TYPE-0 and TYPE-1 INTERFACE ...........................................................19
3.1.4. TYPE-4 INTERFACE................................................................................20
3.1.5. TYPE-5 INTERFACE................................................................................21
3.1.6. TYPE-6 INTERFACE................................................................................23
3.2.
INTERFACE with 4-BIT PARALLEL ..............................................................24
3.2.1. TYPE-0 and1 INTERFACE.......................................................................24
3.2.2. COMMUNICATIONS BY USING UNIVERSAL 4-BIT PARALLEL ............27
4. The Schematics and Diagram .....................................................................................32
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4.1.
4.2.

System Block Diagram ..................................................................................32


Circuit Diagram..............................................................................................33
4.2.1. Main..........................................................................................................33
4.2.2. Power .......................................................................................................34
4.2.3. Display......................................................................................................35
4.2.4.
Communication (Serial and Parallel) .................................................36
4.3.
Wiring Diagram..............................................................................................37
4.4.
Parts Location ...............................................................................................38
4.4.1. Main and Power Part ................................................................................38
4.4.2. Display Part ..............................................................................................39
5. EXPLODED VIEW.......................................................................................................41
6. PARTS LIST................................................................................................................43

1. Introductions
1.1. The Preface
Thank you for purchasing of our CAS scale.
This scale has been designed with CAS reliability, under rigid quality control
and with outstanding performance.
Your departments can enjoy with this high quality reliable CAS product.
We believe that your needs will be satisfied and you will have proper reliability
with in variable weight.
This manual will help you with proper operations and care of the PD-II series.
Please keep it handy for the future references.

1.2. Precautions
To ensure that you get the most from your scale, please follow these instructions.
1. Do not disassemble the scale. When any damage or defect occurs, contact your CAS authorized
dealer immediately for proper repair.
2. Do not overload beyond the maximum weight limit.
3. Scale must be grounded to minimize electricity static. This will minimize defect or electric shock.
4. Do not pull the plug by its cord when unplugging. Damaged cord could cause electric shock or
fire.
5. To prevent from fire occurring. Do not place or use the scale near flammable or corrosive gas.
6. To reduce electric shock or incorrect reading. Do not spill water on the scale or place it in humid
condition.
7. Avoid placing the scale near heater or in direct sunlight.
8. Insert plug firmly to wall outlet to prevent electric shock.
Make sure to plug your scale into the proper power outlet. For maximum performance,
plug into a power outlet 30 minutes before the usage for warm up.
9. For consistent and accurate reading, maintain periodical check by your CAS authorized dealer.
10. Avoid sudden shock to the scale. Internal mechanism could be damaged.
11. Grab on the bottom of the scale when moving. Do not hold by the platter.
12. Place the scale on firm and temperature consistent environment.
13. If the scale is not properly level, please adjust the 4 legs at the bottom of the scale
(turn legs clockwise or counterclockwise) so as to center the bubble of the
leveling gauge inside the indicated circle.
14. Keep the scale away from other electromagnetic generating devices. This may interfere with
accurate reading.
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1.3. Specifications (CE)


MODEL

CAPACITY

INTERNAL
RESOLUTION
EXTERNAL
RESOLUTION
TARE
SUBTRACTION

PDII 6kg

PDII 15kg

PDII 30kg

PDII-60kg

Single Interval

Single Interval

Single Interval

Single Interval

6 kg

15 kg

30 kg

60 kg

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

-6kg

15kg

30kg

-60kg

DISPLAY

VFD 6 digit

DISPLAY LAMP

ST, ZERO, NET, kg, lb

INTERFACE

RS 232C, 4-Bit Parallel Communication. (ECR Interface)

PRODUCT SIZE

380 280 79 [mm]

PLATTER SIZE

380 280 [mm]

OPERATING

- 10 C ~ +40 C

TEMPERATURE
POWER
SOURCE
OPTION

AC 230 V / 50 Hz
Remote Display, Customer Display

Pound(lb) Version (UL)


MODEL

Capacity

INTERNAL
RESOLUTION
EXTERNAL
RESOLUTION

PD2 15LB

PD2 30LB

PD2 60LB

PD2-150LB

Single Interval

Single Interval

Single Interval

Single Interval

15 lb / 0.005 lb

30 lb/ 0.01 lb

60 lb/ 0.02 lb

150 lb / 0.05 lb

Dual Interval

Dual Interval

Dual Interval

Dual Interval

6 lb / 0.002 lb

15lb / 0.005 lb

30 lb/ 0.01 lb

60 lb / 0.02 lb

15 lb / 0.005 lb

30 lb/ 0.01 lb

60 lb/ 0.02 lb

150 lb / 0.005 lb

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 90,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

1 / 3,000

Display

VFD 6 digit

DISPLAY LAMP

STABLE, ZERO,TARE,kg, lb

INTERFACE

RS 232C, 4-Bit Parallel Communication.( ECR Interface )

PRODUCT SIZE

380 280 79 [mm]

PLATTER SIZE

380 280 [mm]

OPERATING

- 10 C ~ +40 C

TEMPERATURE
OPTION
POWER
SOURCE

Remote Display, Option Display


AC 120 V / 60 Hz

1.4. Sealing Method

2. Calibration Mode
To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.
The display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.
Mode Selection : [TARE] or [UNIT] key
Enter : [ZERO] key

MODE

DESCRIPTION

C0

Normal Mode

C1

Span calibrated A/D value

C3

Span Calibration

C4

Capacity Display and Option Setting

C5

Averaging A/D Value

C6

Real A/D Value

C7

% Calibration (10%~100%)

C9

Gravity Constant

Calibration Mode

MODE
C-4-1
Save Setting

DESCRIPTION
Calibration Unit, Tare setting

C-4-2

Capacity setting

Capacity Setting
C-4-3

Comma setting

Comma Setting
C-4-4

Save setting

Capacity Setting

C 4 Setting

2.1. How to Go to Normal Mode (C 0)


To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


To go to Normal mode, press the [ZERO] key.

2.2

How to Confirm Span Calibrated A/D Value(C 1)


(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C 1 .
(3) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows 0.
(4) Place full capacity on the platter. The display shows 90,000. If the number is not 90,000,
press the lb/kg(*) or TARE key to have number up or down.
(5) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows C 1. You can change the mode by pressing
TARE or lb/kg(*) key.

2.2. Span Calibration(C 3)


(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C 3.
(3) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows UnLOAd.
(4) Remove items from the platter and press the [ZERO] key.

The display shows StAbLE

and then LOAd. (If you want to finish this mode, press the TARE key.)
(5) Place full capacity on the platter and press the [ZERO] key. The display shows C-3End
and C-3.
(6) Remove full capacity from the platter. You can change the mode by pressing TARE or
lb/kg(*) key.

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2.3. Capacity Display and Option Setting(C 4)


For pariculars please inquire at CAS .
Key operation :
Press the ZERO key to enter setting value.
Press the TARE key to change digit position.
Press the lb/kg (* )key to have number Up.

2.3.1. UNIT, TARE Setting(C41)


B7

B6

B5

Display

Calibration

Unit

Unit

0:kg

B3

B4

B2

0:TARE

1:One time Tare

ZERO

1:lb
1: NTEP

TARE

0:Successive Tare

1:TARE,

0:kg

Dont care

B0

TARE Relase

NTEP

0: Others

1:lb

B1

Dont care

Dont care

2.3.2. Capacity Setting(C42)


2.3.3.
B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

CAPACITY

B2

B1

B0

INTERVAL

Kg

lb

00011

15

00 : Single

00111

15

30

01 : Dual

01001

30

60

01100

60

150

2.3.4. Comma Setting (C43)


B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

Comma
Dislplay
1: Possible
0: Impossible

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B2

B1

B0

2.3.5. Save Setting(C44)


B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B0

UNIT
CHANGE
1: Possible
0: Impossible

If NTEP(C-4-1 3rd bit) is set, C-4-4 Setting dont care.

2.4. Averaging A/D Value(C - 5)


(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C 5.
(3) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows averaging A/D.
(4) Press the [ZERO] key to finish this mode.
(5) You can change the mode by pressing [TARE] or [lb/kg(*)] key.

2.5. Real A/D Value(C 6)


(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C 6.
(3) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows real A/D value.
(4) Press the [ZERO] key to finish this mode.
(5) You can change the mode by pressing [TARE] or [lb/kg(*)] key.

2.6. % Calibration (C 7)
(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch. The
display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.
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(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C

7.

(3) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows Per 10.
(4) Press the [lb/kg] or [*] key to have number up or down The display shows 10, 20, 30, 40, 50,
60, 70, 80 and 90 every time pressing [kg/lb] or [*]key.
If you want to calibrate PDII-150lb with 30 lb, select 20.
(5) Press the [ZERO] key, the display shows UnLOAd.
(6) Remove items from the platter and press the [ZERO] key.

The display shows StAbLE

and then LOAd.


(7) Place 20% weight of full capacity that you setup on step (3). And press the [ZERO] key, the
display shows StAbLE and then C-7End.
(6) Remove the weight from the platter. You can change the mode by pressing [TARE] or
[lb/kg(*)] key.

2.7. Gravity Constant (C 9)


(1) To go to calibration mode, turn on the power while pressing the calibration switch.

The

display shows CAL three times, and then C-0.


(2) Press the [TARE] key until the display shows C 9.
(3) Press the [ZERO] key the display shows C91 and 9.7994. Default value is 9.7994.
(4) You can change gravity constant for calibration place. Press the [lb/kg] or [*]key to have
number up or down. To move to next digit, press the [TARE] key.
(5) To save it, press the [ZERO] key. The display shows C92 and 9.7994.
(6) You can change gravity constant for using place. Press the [lb/kg] or [*] key to have number
up or down. To move to next digit, press the [TARE] key.
(7) Press the ZERO key, the display shows C9-End and C 9.
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(8) You can change the mode by pressing [TARE] or [lb/kg(*)] key.

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2.8. ECR INTERFACE


2.8.1

ECR Interface

PD-II can interface with most ECRs by selecting TYPE 0 to TYPE 6.

2.8.2

ECR Type Selection

(1) Make sure that power is OFF. While pressing TARE key, turn on the power. EcrSEt is
shown on the display. And then current ECR type is shown on the display as tYPE-2.
(2) If you select ECR type 5, press the TARE key until the display shows it. (Refer to Table 1.)
(3) To save current ECR type, press the ZERO key.
Table 1
Description
MENU
RS-232 Serial

4-Bit Parallel
ECR-TYPE 0

TEC 4 Digit 4Bit Paralle (New kg)


Most P.O.S, ECRs and Some TEC P.O.S
System

ECR-TYPE 1

TEC 5 Digit 4Bit Paralle (Old kg)

SHARP ER-Axxx, ER-A450T, New SANYO

ECR-TYPE 2

ECRs using RS-232 and others

ECR-TYPE 3

Most P.O.S System

Universal 4 Bit Parallel


CRS, NCR2170, SAMAUNG ER-5100,

ECR-TYPE 4

ER5115 and Many other ECRs

NCI General.
SAMSUNG ER-5100

ECR-TYPE 5

Most P.O.S Software

ECR-TYPE 6

SAMSUNG ER-670

Serial Communication
9600 Baud rate, 7 Data bit, Even Parity, 1 Stop bit

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3. INTERFACE WITH EXTERNAL DEVICE


3.1. INTERFACE with RS-232C

6
2 RxD

7
3

3 TxD

8
4

4
9

ECR(), PC
D-SUB Connector

PD-II
(9-PIN SUB CONNECTOR)

7-BIT ASCII code


Even parity
1 stop bit
9600 baud rate

3.1.1. TYPE-2 INTERFACE


: Discontinual RS-232C Interface
SHARP ER-AXXX, ER-A450T, New SANYO ECRs using RS-232,TOLEDO 3213 etc.

1) PROTOCOL
ECR

SCALE(PD-II)

Command -----------<W>
------------

Response
<STX> 0XXXX <CR>

: lb weighing mode

or <STX> XXXXX <CR>

: kg weighing mode

Error message

: <STX>?<status byte><CR>

== STATUS BYTE ==

16

PARITY BIT

ALWAYS==1

Bit 7

cf)

ZERO

Bit 6

Bit 5

MINUS

Bit 4

Bit3

OVERLOAD

Bit 2

MOTION

Bit 1

W : 57H (ASCII code)


STX : 02H (ASCII code)
CR : ODH (ASCII code)

Ex)
Weight : 12.34 lb
ECR

SCALE

W<57H>

-----------

<02H><30H><31H><32H><33H><34H><0DH> : ASCII code

STX

CR

3.1.2. TYPE-3 INTERFACE


: Continual RS-232C Interface
SHARP ER-AXXX, New SANYO ECRs using RS-232,TOLEDO 3213 etc

1) PROTOCOL
ECR

SCALE(PD-II)

Command -----------<W>
------------

Response
<STX> 0XXXX <CR>

: lb weighing mode

<STX> XXXXX <CR>

: kg weighing mode

Error message
<CR> ------------

: <STX>?<status byte><CR>

Stop transmitting data

Ex)
Weight : 12.34 lb
ECR
W<57H>

SCALE
-----------<02H><30H><31H><32H><33H><34H><0DH> : ASCII code

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Bit 0

STX

CR

<02H><30H><30H><30H><30H><30H><0DH> : ASCII code

STX

------<02H><3FH><44H><0DH>
STX

MINUS

18

CR

CR

2) TRANSMISSION PROCEDURE
(1) PD-II sends data to External Device whenever weight is changed after receiving <W> signal
from the External Device.
(2) PD-II stops sending data when receives <CR> signal from the External Device.
External Device
<W>

<CR>

----------

DATA (If weight is changed)

------

DATA (If weight is changed)

------

Stop transmitting data

3.1.3. TYPE-0 and TYPE-1 INTERFACE


Most P.O.S Systems, ECRs and some TEC P.O.S Systems.

1) PROTOCOL
EXTERNAL DEVICE

SCALE(PD-II)

<ENQ>

------------

Initiate communication

<DC2>

------------

Request of weight data

------------

<ACK>

: Acknowledge the request of weight data


Inquiry

------------

<STX>

: Start Transmission

------------

<ID>

: Scale type identifier

------------

<W5>

: Weight data

------------

<W4>

: Weight data

------------

<W3>

: Weight data

------------

<W2>

: Weight data

------------

<W1>

: Weight data

------------

<BCC>

: Block Check Character

------------

<ETX>

: End Transmission

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i>

ii>

Scale Type Identifier


41H = 15 kg

44H = 30 lb

43H = 6 kg

46H = 15 lb

NA = 3 kg

NA = 6 lb

42H = 25 kg

45H = 50 lb

Block Check Character


: <BCC> has all data bytes except <STX> and <ETX> through exclusive OR(XOR).
* Parity Bit : Even
- Data Byte :

<STX><ID><W5><W4><W3><W2><W1><BCC><ETX>

3.1.4. TYPE-4 INTERFACE


NCI ECR(NCR2170), SAMSUNG ER-5100,ER-5115, CRS .etc

1) PROTOCOL
<W>

------------

<CR>

-----------Inquiry
------------

<LF> XX.XXX LB <CR>

------------

<LF> S b1b2 <CR><ETX>


lb CASE

------------

<LF> XX.XXX KG <CR>

------------

<LF> S b1b2 <CR><ETX>

(A)

XX.XXX = Weight value

(B)

LB = The Characters L and B

(C)

KG = The Characters K and G

(D)

(E)

b1b2 = Two status Characters

= The Character S

20

i>

Status Bytes

Bit7

Parity Bit

Parity Bit

Bit6

Bit5

1 (Always 1)

1 (Always 1)

Bit4

1 (Always 1)

1 (Always 1)

Bit3

Bit2

1 = Scale at Zero

1 = Over Capacity

0 = Not at Zero

0 = Not Over Capacity

1 = Scale in Motion

1 = Under Capacity

0 = Stable

0 = Not Under Capacity

Bit1

Bit0

ii>

Simplified Status Codes

B1

B2

ASCII

ASCII

STATUS

Character

Character

Definition

(ASCII Code)

(ASCII Code)

0 (30H)

0 (30H)

OK

1 (31H)

0 (30H)

Motion

2 (32H)

0 (30H)

Scale at Zero

0 (30H)

1 (31H)

Under capacity

0 (30H)

2 (32H)

Over capacity

3.1.5. TYPE-5 INTERFACE


NCI GENERAL , SAMSUNG ER-5115, ER-5100 and Most P.O.S Software

1) PROTOCOL

<W>

------------

<CR>

-----------Inquiry
------------

<LF> XX.XXX LB <CR>

------------

<LF> b1b2 <CR><ETX>

21

lb CASE
------------

<LF> XX.XXX KG <CR>

------------

<LF> S b1b2 <CR><ETX>

(F)

XX.XXX = Weight value

(G)

LB = The Characters L and B

(H)

KG = The Characters K and G

(I)

b1b2 = Two status Characters

i>

Status Bytes

Bit7

Parity Bit

Parity Bit

Bit6

Bit5

1 (Always 1)

1 (Always 1)

Bit4

1 (Always 1)

1 (Always 1)

Bit3

Bit2

1 = Scale at Zero

1 = Over Capacity

0 = Not at Zero

0 = Not Over Capacity

1 = Scale in Motion

1 = Under Capacity

0 = Stable

0 = Not Under Capacity

Bit1

Bit0

ii>

Simplified Status Codes

B1

B2

ASCII

ASCII

STATUS

Character

Character

Definition

(ASCII Code)

(ASCII Code)

0 (30H)

0 (30H)

OK

1 (31H)

0 (30H)

Motion

2 (32H)

0 (30H)

Scale at Zero

0 (30H)

1 (31H)

Under capacity

0 (30H)

2 (32H)

Over capacity

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3.1.6. TYPE-6 INTERFACE


SAMSUNG ECR (ER-670)

1> PROTOCOl
EXTERNAL DEVICE
<ENQ>

SCALE(PD-II)
-----------------------

<DC1> or <DC2> ------------

Initiate communication
<ACK>

: Acknowledge the request of weight data

DC1 : For Weight Data


DC2 : For All Data ( PD-II NOT USE)

------------

Send Data Block

1> The Data Trains


1. DC1

SOH

STX

STA

SIGN

W5

Command

W4

W3

W2

W1

W0

UN1

UN0

BCC

DATA BLOCK

ETX

Command

Remark
-

STA : A WEIGHING STATUS OF THE SCALE


SCALE IS STABLE ->S, NOT STABLE -> U

SIGN : SIGN OF THE WEIGHT DATA


ZERO AND POSITIVE WEIGHT -> , NEGATIVE WEIGHT -> -
OVER LOAD -> F

W5 THROUGH W0 > WEIGHT DATA


BUT ALL F WHEN THE SCALE IS PUT ON OVER LOAD.

UN1 THROUGH UN0 -> UNIT OF WEIGHT ( Kg OR Lb)

BCC : BLOCK CHECK CHARACTER

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EOT

3.2. INTERFACE with 4-BIT PARALLEL


3.2.1. TYPE-0 and1 INTERFACE
TEC ECR

New : Type 0 (4 Digit)


Old : Type 1 (5 Digit)

(1) CONNECTOR

25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

(2) LOCATION

BOTTOM OF THE SCALE

(3) INTERFACE WITH ECR(TEC)


: PIN ASSIGNMENT
PIN NO.

DOCUMENT

DATA1

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA2

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA3

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA4

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

11

CLOCK

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

13

MOTION

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

19

ENABLE

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

20

SIGNAL READY (Output from PD-II to ECR)

21

ENABLE

22

GND

23

GND

24

GND

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

(4) DATA OUTPUT FORMAT


: INVERTED BCD DATA!!!
Example1)

Weight : 12.34 lb & 87.56 lb

lb Weight Mode

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

Example2)

Weight : 5.342 kg & 13.897 kg

24

kg Weight Mode

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

(5) SIGNAL DESCRIPTION


MOTION : LOW

---

WEIGHT IS STABLE

HIGH --SIGNAL READY :

WEIGHT IS UNSTABLE

HIGHT --:

LOW ---

DATA READY ( The acknowledge signal for enabling)


DATA NOT READY

(6) PIN CONNECTION

ECR ( TEC )
16 PIN CONNECTOR

PD-II
25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

---------------------------

---------------------------

---------------------------

---------------------------

11

---------------------------

11

19

---------------------------

13

15

---------------------------

19

13

---------------------------

20

15

---------------------------

21 (Jump with 19 pin)

---------------------------

22

---------------------------

23

---------------------------

24

---------------------------

25

25

(7) TIMMING DIAGRAM

MOTION
(PD-II --> ECR)

ENABLE
(ECR --> PD-II)
MOTION
(SCALE --> PD-II)

tr

tc

MOTION
(ECR --> PD-II)

tf
A

note>

DATA FORMAT

tr : When tr is more than 3 sec, the ECR judges SCALE DOWN < 100 ns
tc :

< 20 usec

tf :

< 20 usec

1> LB weighing mode ---

4 bit : AB.CD (lb)


5 bit : BC.DE (lb)

2> KG weighing mode ---

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AB.CDE (kg)

3.2.2. COMMUNICATIONS BY USING UNIVERSAL 4-BIT PARALLEL


SANYO, TOLEDO, CASIO, SHARP, etc.
(1) CONNECTOR

25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

(2) LOCATION

BOTTOM OF THE SCALE

(3) PIN ASSIGNMENT AND PIN CONNECTION

(3.1)

INTERFACE WITH ECR (SANYO)

PIN ASSIGNMENT
PIN NO.

DOCUMENT

DATA1

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA2

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA3

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA4

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

11

CLOCK

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

19

ENABLE

(Input fromm ECR to PD-II)

22

GND

23

GND

24

GND

PIN CONNECTION

ECR ( SANYO )

PD-II

9 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

---------------------------

---------------------------

---------------------------

---------------------------

---------------------------

11

---------------------------

19

---------------------------

22

---------------------------

23

---------------------------

24

27

(3.2)

INTERFACE WITH ECR (CASIO)

PIN ASSIGNMENT
PIN NO.

DOCUMENT

DATA1

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA2

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA3

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA4

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

11

CLOCK

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

13

MOTION

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

19

ENABLE

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

21

OUT OF RANGE (Output from PD-II to ECR)

22

GND

23

GND

PIN CONNECTION

ECR ( CASIO )

PD-II

16 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

11

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---------------------------

---------------------------

12

---------------------------

11

13

---------------------------

13

10

---------------------------

19

14

---------------------------

21

15

---------------------------

22

16

---------------------------

23

28

(3.3)

INTERFACE WITH ECR (SHARP)

PIN ASSIGNMENT
PIN NO.

DOCUMENT

DATA1

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA2

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA3

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

DATA4

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

11

CLOCK

(Input from ECR to PD-II)

13

MOTION

(Output from PD-II to ECR)

19

ENABLE

(Input form ECR to PD-II)

21

OUT OF RANGE (Output from PD-II to ECR)

22

GND

23

GND

24

GND

PIN CONNECTION

ECR ( SHARP )

PD-II

16 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR

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---------------------------

11

15

---------------------------

13

---------------------------

19

---------------------------

21

10

---------------------------

22

11

---------------------------

23

12

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24

29

(3.4)

SIGNAL DESCRIPTION

MOTION

LOW

---

HIGH

---

WEIGHT IS STABLE
WEIGHT IS UNSTABLE

OUT OF RANGE
:

HIGH ---

HIGH LEVEL FOR WEIGHT BETWEEN ZERO AND FULL CAPACITY

LOW ---

OTHERWISE

(2) DATA OUTPUT FORMAT


: BCD
Example1)

Weight : 12.34 lb & 87.56 lb

lb Mode

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

Example2)

Weight : 5.342 kg & 11.897 kg

kg Mode

11(B)

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

30

(3) TIMMING DIAGRAM

TD4
COMPLETE SEQUENCE
TD5
ENABLE

CLOCK
TD3

TD2

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

A : UNIT

X.000

B :

0.X00

Tenths place

C : Hundredths place 0.0X0


D : Thousandths place 0.00X
Note>

TD2 : < 100 ns --

data set up delay from rising edge of clock

TD3 : 200 ns maximum --

data set up delay from Enable

TD4 : 1 microsec. minimum --

time between interrogation

TD5 : 200 ns minimum


MAXIMUM CLOCK FREQUENCY : 100 KHZ

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4. The Schematics and Diagram


4.1.

System Block Diagram


6-D igit V FD

Display Post
.

V FD D river (PT6311)

Wire 1.5 m

Load
C ell

ADC Circuit
(Dual Sloop type)

C P U
AC 220V
Transform er

K EY
(Z ER O ,T AR E,Kg /L b ,
PO W ER O N /O FF K EY)

P ow er
M odule
R S-232C
S erial

S AN YO ,C AS IO ,E S P E R ,
S HAR P ,TE C ...etc

Parallel Communication (4-Bit BCD)

9 pin D-SUB Connector

25 pin D-SUB Connector

E C R Interface C ircuit

E C R , P O S S ystem .

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4.2.

Circuit Diagram

4.2.1.

Main
VDD

R3~5,14~16
uPD789177

C31
100u
28
37
9
44
24

CON 5
8 Vpp

XTAL
5.0MHz

R13

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

10k
0.5%

C5
0.1u

CAL

CON8

P61/AN11
P62/AN12
P63/AN13
P64/AN14
P65/AN15
P66/AN16
P67/AN17
uPD789177

U5
A0
A1
A2
VSS
24C16N
To VFD Driver DIN
To VFD Driver CLK
To VFD Driver STB

VDD
WP
SCL
SDA

8
7
6
5

25

RESET

CON1

R6
100k
0.5%

C18
0.1u

INT CLK (TO A/D)


CAPTURE (From A/D)

VDD
U3
KIA7045F

R2
10K
0.5%

JP3

VDD

VDD
6 /RESET
7
8 Vpp
9
10

1
2
3
4
5

0.5%
R17 10K
R18 10K
0.5%

CON10

C15

VDD

1
2
3
4

To ECR (Motion,Pin#13)

VDD

To Q1

C19
0.1u

To ECR (Out of range, CON 7 Pin#21)


To ECR (Overcapacity, CON 7 Pin#20 )
IC 74HC670 Pin#14,WA
IC 74HC670 Pin#13,WB
IC 74HC670 Pin#12,GW

18
19

P21/SO20/TxD20
P22/SI20/RxD20

X1
X2
XT2

P31/INTP1/TO81
P30/INTP0/TI81/CPT90

C16
18pF

VDD

IC0(Vpp)

27
26
23

13
12

R7
10k

22

C17
18pF

P10
P60/AN10
P11

0.1u

10
1
11

C33

0.1u

P32/INTP21/TO90
P33/INTP3/TO82/BZO90
P20/SCK20/ASCK20

C14

33
32
31
30
21
20

P01
P00
P26/TO80
P25/TO80/SS20
P24/SDA0
P23/SCL0

CON9
Display Con 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Vsso
Vss1
AVss
AVref
XT1

0.1u

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

To U14 IC(74HC670) Pin#15


To U14 IC(74HC670) Pin#1
To U14 IC(74HC670) Pin#2
To U14 IC(74HC670) Pin#3
To U15 IC(74HC670) Pin#15
To U15 IC(74HC670) Pin#1
To U15 IC(74HC670) Pin#2
To U15 IC(74HC670) Pin#3

21

C32

10K
0.5%

42
41
40
39
38
36
35
34

P53
P52
P51
P50
P05
P04
P03
P02

14
15
16

Display Con 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Vddo
Vdd1
AVdd

29
17
43

0.1u

GND

Connect CPU Pin#22 (IC <Vpp>)

VDD
R9 10k
0.5%
R10 10k
0.5%
R11
100k 0.5%
Q1
1504

From CPU P1.1

L9,10,11

6100-PPD-2000-A

TDK221 X 3

Title

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Power

TRANSFORMER50

SW50
1
2

F50
1

FUSE

BD1

16.5V/100mA

IC2
2 I

+
EC2

KA7912

C1

-12v

EC5

COM

C4

1
470uF

104

RB153

AC MALE(220V)

100uF

104

CON1
8.8V/100mA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

J50

AC220V

Noise Filter
(CA5-V32)

29V/50mA

BD2

IC1
1 I

+
EC3 +

C2

L2
FERITE

+5V

KA7805

3
+ 100uF C3

COM
2

RB153

1000uF 104

EC4

104

CON7

To Digital Power(5V)

VDD(+5v)1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

3.3u(tantal)
C12

C13

C11

0.01u

4.7uF

1.65V/700mA
D1
VEE(-30V)

1.65V/700mA
2

4
1N4004
D2

To VFD Driver

1N4004

No artwork

EC1

ZD1

330uF/50V

+
6.8V 1w
ZD2

: POWER GND
: DIGITAL GND

6.8V 1w

L6
FERITE

: ANALOG INPUT GND

R1
30k
FL+

AGND

: ANALOG GND

FL-

To VFD Display

: SHIELD GND
-12V

471u

VDD(+5V)

-12v

L7
JP1
L35

L8

To A/D MODULE

+ EC6

+ EC7

330uF/25V
EC8
+

AGND

: ANALOG REFERENCE GND

330uF/25V

EC9
+

VREF

330uF/25V

6140-PPD-2000-A

To Analog Module Power(5V)

330uF/25V

Title

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a
b
c
d
e
g
f
DP
TR
COM

FL+

H2

36
35
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15

a
b
c
DP
COM
1D
2D
3D
VFD
U100

VDD3

IC

14
33

C1
0.1u

45

52

VSS

OSC

L1,2,3
TDK221 X 3

VDD(+5V)
VEE (-30V)
+FL

13
12
11
10

R1
56k

SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4

VDD2

DOUT
DIN
CLK
STB

VEE

10 k
R 3,4,5

VDD1

U102
PT6311

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Key4
Key3
Key2
Key1

VDD

51

5
6
8
9

Grid8
Grid7
Grid6
Grid5
Grid4
Grid3
Grid2
Grid1

34

VDD

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5

FL-

H1

1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D

50
49
48
47
46

4D
5D
6D
7D
TR
d
e
g
f

Seg20/Grid9
Seg19/Grid10
Seg18/Grid11
Seg17/Grid12
Seg16/Grid13
Seg15/Grid14
Seg14/Grid15
Seg13/Grid16
Seg12
Seg11
Seg10
Seg9
Seg8
Seg7
Seg6
Seg5
Seg4
Seg3
Seg2
Seg1

4.2.3.

U1

VDD
VEE(-30V)
10 k
R 6,7,8

6110-PPD-2000-A
Title

-FL

ZERO TARE

PD-II DISPLAY PART (MAIN)

Size
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Date:

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Communication (Serial and Parallel)

+5V
+5V
AR1

7
a
t
aU
DP
C
0
am
to
ar
DF

:
7
D
0
D

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

4
t
r
o
P

CON5
16
VCC

CC2+

V-

0.1u

C2T1OUT
R1IN
T2OUT
R2IN

T1IN
R1OUT
T2IN
R2OUT

GND

10
9
7
6

12
13
9

WA
WB
RA
RB
GW
GR

14
13
5
4
12
11

RA
RB

C8
0.1u

/GR

TO OPTION BOARD
TO OPTION BOARD

To U14 IC74HC14 Pin #13


FROM OPTION BOARD
FROM OPTION BOARD
TO OPTION BOARD
TO OPTION BOARD
DATA4 (Pin#4)
TO OPTION BOARD
TO OPTION BOARD
FROM OPTION BOARD
To U14 IC74HC14 Pin#1
From PD-II (CPU #32 IC22 MC68705K Pin#11)
From PD-II (CPU #33 )
DATA3 (Pin#3)

10
9
7
6

DATA2 (Pin #2)

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

DATA1 (Pin#1)

10

U15
D1
D2
D3
D4

11

74HC03

data 1
data 2
data 3
data 4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

D0
D1
D2
D3
FROM MAX232 PIN#14
TO MAX232 PIN#13

U9D

WA
WB
RA
RB
GW
GR

+5V

+5V

+5V

DTR
CLK 10 R32 3K R33
1K
CLK 11
NCR VCC
CLOCK
NCR OUT
+5V
Motion
X0 (CLK00)
SIG (CLK01)
ED1
CP1
R36
1K
A1
enable
Overcapacity
out of range
DSR

J1

74HC670

C9
0.1u

11
12
10
9
+5V

74HC32

74HC32

GR

CLK
6

/GR

74HC14

IC13B

IC13A

/ENABLE

PR

2
RA

CL

+5V

RB

CLK
6

74HC74
/ENABLE

NCR OUT (Pin#12)


IC11A
2

/ENABLE

R20 R

ENABLE (25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR Pin #19)


CLOCK (25 PIN D-SUB CONNECTOR Pin #11)
R22 R

74HC14

C20
27pF

C21
27pF

r)
o
tR
cC
eE
n
no
oT
C
(
B
U
S
D
N
I
P
5
2

+5V

RA

PR

PR

IC11C
RA

CL

RB

D
CLK

IC11E

2
3

10

IC11F
11

12

13

CL

14
13
7
8

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

15

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

3
4

D1
D2
D3
D4

74HC14

74HC74

74HC14

J3

232
1

1
3
#
n
i
P
U
P
C
m
o
r
F

C10

U1
C+

10
23
##
nn
ii
PP
UU
PP
CC
mm
oo
rr
FF

To CON7 Pin#5
From CON7 Pin#6

V+

15
1
2
3

(Pin #34) D4
(Pin #33) D5
(Pin #32) D6
(Pin #31) D7

Motion

C7
0.1u

U14

74HC670

VDD

14
13
5
4
12
11

GR

Out of Range
Overcapacity

C42
0.1u

15
1
2
3

(Pin #38) D0
(Pin #37) D1
(Pin #36) D2
(Pin #35) D3

/ENABLE

A
0
0
0
2
D
P
P
0
4
1
6
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ECR(Serial and Parallel Interface)


or
Serial Interface Device

10

11

15
12

14
13

7
2

8
3

9
4

CN3

16

Trans

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

POWER
Power
TRANS

J1

J3

CUSTOMER and
REMOTE
DISPLAY

SERIAL
COMMUNICATION

PARALLEL
COMUNICATION

CON8

CON5
X6

ECR
INTERFACE CABLE

CN2

CN1

ANALOG M/D
MAIN

X5

CN4

LoadCell

FL-PR3
DISPLAY

(Flash Rom
Write)

37

4.4. Parts Location


4.4.1.

Main and Power Part


4.4.1.1.

TOP

4.4.1.2.

Bottom

38

4.4.2.

Display Part

4.4.2.1.

Top

4.4.2.2.

Bottom

39

5. EXPLODED VIEW

41

42

6. PARTS LIST

PD-II Parts List


PARTS NAME : PD-II

[PPP-PD0-153G-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

140-AD3-EAMP-PA01-02

ANALOG MODULE ASS'Y

AD-20H

140-PD2-EDIP-UN01-02

DISPLAY PCB ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-EMAP-UN01-02

MAIN PCB ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-EPWP-UN01-02

POWER PCB ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-MBOD-UN01-02

BODY ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-MCTB-UN01-02

C/T BOX ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-MDIC-UN01-02

DISPLAY ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-MPLA-UN01-02

PLATFORM ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

140-PD2-MPWP-UN01-02

POWER ASS'Y

PD-II

EA

43

Unit Q'ty
1

Remark

PARTS NAME : DISPLAY ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-EDIS-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

2631-A00-0008-0

VFD CUSHION

43*8*1T(DB-1S)

EA

43*8*1T (DB-1S)

6110-PPD-2000-A

PCB-DISPLAY

6110-PPD-2000-0 (PD-II)

EA

6110-PPD-2000-0(PD-II)

6224-IS0-6311-0

IC(FIP-DRIVER)

PT6311 QFP

EA

U1

6527-ID3-0100-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

RR1220P-103D(10K)

EA

R2,3,4,5,6,7,8

6527-ID3-0560-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

RR1220P-563D(56K)

EA

RR1220P-563D(56K)

6712-CHP-0104-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 104 KBNC

EA

CL21F 104 KBNC

7202-D00-052B-0

VFD(FIP)

F-52B (7 DIGIT)

EA

V.F.D

7600-STA-1212-0

TACT S/W

12*12(SKHK)DJTA-1103E

EA

12*12 TACT S/W

7813-C00-0026-0

SOCKET CONNECTOR

EA

HIF-3F-26PA-2.54-DSA

PARTS NAME : MAIN PCB ASS'Y

5332-26P LP-

Unit Q'ty

Remark

[PPP-PD0-EMAP-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

6100-PPD-2000-A

PCB-MAIN

6100-PPD-2000-0 (PD-II

EA

6100-PPD-2000-2 (PD-II)

6200-IPU-9177-0

CPU

uPD78F9177

EA

CPU

6205-IS0-2416-0

IC(EEP-ROM)

AT24C164-10SC

EA

U5

6210-IS0-7045-0

IC(RESET)

KIA7045F

EA

U3

6281-I00-1504-0

CHIP TRANSISTOR

KTA1504 SY

EA

Q1

44

Unit Q'ty

Remark

6527-ID0-0510-0

CHIP RESISTOR 1/10W

RR1220P-510D(51)

EA

R8,12,L17,19

6527-ID3-0100-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

RR1220P-103D(10K)

EA

R13,14,15,16,3,4,5,9,10

6527-ID3-1000-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

RR1220P-104D(100K)

EA

R6,R11

6670-T00-0470-0

INDUCTANCE

470H

EA

L7,8

6704-C25-0330-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

330UF/25V

EA

EC6,7,8,9

6712-CAP-0180-0

CHIP CAPACITOR

18PF/50V(CL21C180J)

EA

C16,17

6712-CHP-0104-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 104 KBNC

EA

C5,14,19,18,32,33,?

6712-CHP-0471-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 471 KBNC

EA

C35,36,37,38,39,40

6712-CHP-0472-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 472 KBNC

EA

C41

6720-CAP-0474-A

POLYESTER-CONDENSER

0.47UF/63V-J(BOX)

EA

C34

6800-F00-0101-0

FERRITE BEADS SMD

MMZ 2012 S102A

EA

L16,18

6800-F00-0220-0

EMI FILTER

EFST221YTB(220PF)

EA

L4,9,10,11,15

6800-F00-3565-A

EMI BEAD FILTER

BFD-3565 R2

EA

L6

7010-ZM0-0500-0

CRYSTAL

5.000MHz

EA

7600-STA-1212-0

TACT S/W

12*12(SKHK)DJTA-1103E

EA

7808-CLA-0005-A

CONNECTOR(WAFER)

LA1143-05(GOLD)

EA

7810-C00-9294-0

CONNECTOR

929400-40(MALE)

EA 0.35

7813-C00-0026-B

SOCKET CONNECTOR

HIF-3F-26PA-2.54-DS

EA

7830-W00-0008-0

FLAT CABLE (PD-II POWER)

8(PIN)*190mm

EA

POWER WIRE

7830-W00-0016-0

FLAT CABLE (PD-II )

16(PIN)*80mm

EA

WIRE

7830-W00-0026-0

FLAT CABLE (PD-II DISPLAY)

26(PIN)*100mm

EA

DISPLAY WIRE

45

12*12 TACT S/W


14/40

PARTS NAME : POWER PCB ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-EPOW-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

6140-PPD-2000-A

PCB-POWER

6140-PPD-2000-0 (PD-II

EA

6140-PPD-2000-0 (PD-II)

6220-I00-7805-0

IC(REGULATOR)

TA7805S

EA

IC2

6220-I00-7912-0

IC(REGULATOR)

LM7912CT

EA

IC1

6236-IS0-0014-0

IC(C-MOS)

74HC14

EA

U11

6236-IS0-0032-0

IC(C-MOS)

74HC32D

EA

U13

6236-IS0-0074-0

IC(CMOS)

74HC74

EA

U10,12

6236-IS0-0670-0

IC(C-MOS)

74HC670

EA

U14,15

6236-IS0-7403-0

IC(C-MOS)

74HC03D

EA

U9

6240-IS0-0232-0

IC(LINE DRIVER)

ICL232CBE(SMD)

EA

U1

6290-IBR-0153-0

BRIDGE-DIODE

RB-153

EA

BD1,2

6291-IPO-4004-0

POWER-DIODE

1N4004

EA

D1,2

6292-IZE-4736-0

ZENER-DIODE

6.8V/1W

EA

ZD1,2

6515-CJ3-0300-0

RESISTOR 1/4W

(5%)

EA

R1

6527-ID3-0010-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

RR1220P-102D(1K)

EA

R19,21

6527-IF0-0003-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

FTR 0805 331 FR(3)

EA

R23

6527-IF0-0051-0

RESISTOR-CHIP 1/10W

FTR 0805 331 FR(51)

EA

R20,22

6550-M05-0472-0

RESISTOR-NETWORK

M5-1-472J

EA

6700-C25-0003-0

TANTAL-CONDENSER

3.3uF/25V

EA

C12

6704-C25-0100-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

100UF/25V

EA

EC4,5

CFR 30K

46

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Remark

6704-C25-0470-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

470uF/25V

EA

EC2

6704-C25-1000-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

1000UF/25V

EA

EC3

6704-C50-0004-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

4.7uF/50V

EA

C11

6704-C50-0330-0

ELECTRIC-CONDENSER

330UF/50V

EA

EC1

6710-CAP-0104-0

CERAMIC-CONDENSER

0.1UF/25V(50V)

EA

C1,2,3,4

6712-CHP-0103-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 103 KBNC

EA

C13

6712-CHP-0104-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 104 KBNC

EA

12

6712-CHP-0222-0

CHIP CONDENSER

CL21F 222KBNC

EA

C20,21

6800-F00-3565-A

EMI BEAD FILTER

BFD-3565 R2

EA

L1,2

6830-F00-0040-0

NOISE FILTER

NFB-103S()

EA

NFB-103S()

7801-CLW-0008-0

CONNECTOR(WAFER)

LW 0640-08

EA

CON8

7801-CLW-0009-0

CONNECTOR(WAFER)

LW 0640-09

EA

CON7

7812-C00-0009-B

D-SUB CONNECTOR

RD9S

EA

7812-C00-0025-0

D-SUB CONNECTOR

D25S R-ANGEL(PD-1,LP-2

EA

7813-C00-0016-0

SOCKET CONNECTOR

5332-16P

EA

47

C7,8,9,10,22,23,24,25,26,
27,28,42

PARTS NAME : BODY ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-MBOD-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

1000-A00-0134-0

TRAY

PD-II

EA

1030-A00-0208-0

BODY COVER

PD-II

EA

1030-A00-0210-0

SIDE BRACKET

PD-II

EA

1050-A00-0002-0

SELECT S/W COVER

30*13*0.5T(AL)

EA

1100-A00-0056-0

BODY

PD-II

EA

1261-A00-0009-0

LIMIT BOLT

M5*0.8*9.2(BSBM 6Kg)

EA

1502-A00-0306-0

SCREW-MACHINE(PH)

M3*6

EA

1502-MPN-0406-0

SCREW-MACHINE(PH)

M4*6-NI

EA

14

1505-MSU-0410-0

SCREW-MACHINE(TH)

M4*10-SUS

EA

1535-MSU-0620-0

BOLT-WRENCH(WA)

M6*20-SUS

EA

L/C(BODY , PLATFORM)

1563-A00-0308-0

RIVET

3.2*8

EA

SPEC PLATE

1810-DB2-0000-0

SPEC PLATE

EA

2610-A00-0002-B

FOOT

EA

DB-

M8*37*30 (PD,EP) SUS

48

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Remark

SELECT SWITCH COVER


BODY COVER ,
POWER ASS'Y,MAIN PCB
DISPLAY ASS'Y ,
SIDE PLATE

PARTS NAME : C/T BOX ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-MCTB-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

1260-A00-0015-0

SEALING BOLT

M3*9(CI-3000A,CASTON)

EA

7560-PAC-0001-0

AC CORD(ND)

(..)

EA

9100-PD2-0130-0

C/T BOX

(PD-II)

EA

9102-PD2-4640-0

PAD

460*405 (PD-II)

EA

9204-AS0-0013-0

STYROFOAM BOX

PD-II(400*160*100)

EA

9301-A00-0003-0

POLY BAG(MANUAL)

170*250*0.05T

EA

9303-A00-0004-0

POLY BAG(HEAD)

350*450*0.05T

EA

TRAY

9304-A00-0005-A

POLY BAG(SET,HD)

450*580*0.04T(M)

EA

PD-II ASS'Y

9400-A00-0046-0

SILICAGEL

10 g

EA

9900-A00-0001-0

EA

9900-A00-0002-0

SEALING WIRE

300M/ROLL

EA

49

Unit Q'ty

Remark

PARTS NAME : DISPLAY ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-MDIS-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

Unit Q'ty

1512-A00-0306-0

SCREW-TAPPING(PH)-2

M3*6

EA

DISPLAY PCB

1512-A00-0308-0

SCREW-TAPPING(PH)-2

M3*8

EA

FRONT CASE

1550-A00-0305-0

WASHER (FLAT)

3*6*0.5

EA

FRONT CASE

2004-A00-0043-0

FRONT CASE

PD-II

EA

2004-A00-0044-0

BOTTOM CASE

PD-II

EA

2010-A00-0024-0

DISPLAY FILTER

104.9*34.4*1t (SMOG)

EA

2200-PD2-1533-0

KEY BOARD PAD

PD-II(15kg)

EA

PARTS NAME : DISPLAY ASS'Y

Remark

[PPP-PD0-MDIS-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

1100-A00-0057-0

PLATFORM

PD-II

EA

1502-A00-0415-0

SCREW-MACHINE(PH)

M4*0.7*15

EA

PLATFORM RUBBER

1532-MST-0415-0

WRENCH BOLT(ST)

M4*0.7*15-SUS(NYLOK)

EA

LIMIT

2022-A00-0003-0

W/L GAGE ASS'Y

19*21*14.5(BLACK)

EA

2600-A00-0080-0

PLATFORM RUBBER

PD-II

EA

`2631-A00-0025-0

PLATFORM CUSHION

35*18*1.6t NBR BLACK

EA

50

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Remark

PARTS NAME : POWER ASS'Y

[PPP-PD0-MPOW-PPPP-P1]

Parts Code

Parts Name

Size

1030-A00-0211-0

TRANS BRACKET

PD-II

EA

1502-A00-0305-0

SCREW-MACHINE(PH)

M3*5

EA

NOISE FILTER

1502-A00-0306-0

SCREW-MACHINE(PH)

M3*6

EA

POWER PCB

1503-A00-0406-0

MACHINE SCREW (WPH)

M4*6

EA

TRANS

1550-A00-0305-0

WASHER (FLAT)

3*6*0.5

EA

NOISE FILTER

1552-A00-0300-0

WASHER (OTO)

EA

NOISE FILTER ()

7502-PAP-0220-0

POWER TRANS(48)

220V/50~60Hz(AP)

EA

POWER TRANS(48)

EA

AC SOCKET INLET

250mA/250V 5 UL,S,VD

EA

FUSE

7612-S00-0004-0
7620-S05-0250-0

AC SOCKET CONNECTER
(I

3P-0717 (FUSE))
FUSE

51

Unit Q'ty

Remark