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Detailed schematic diagram, manual for professionals
7-4. Printer Pin Arrangement Diagram
Connection RD terminal Pin No. 1 Pin No. 15 Connection Character selective magnet column No.1 13
Character selective 3 magnet column No.1 2 4
Ribbon shift magnet Electromagnet (+)
Notes: 1. Column numbers match the physical arrangement of the columns on the print wheels. 2. Column numbers are assigned from 1 to 18 from the frame motor side. 3. Pin numbers are assigned from 1 to 27 from the frame motor side. 4. The spark arrestor diode is connected as shown below.
Motor power supply (+) Detector power supply (+) Timing signal Detector power supply (â)
(Example of compatible diode: 1S2075K or equivalent)
Motor power supply (â)
Motor power ON/OFF
*2 8.0ms min.
T10 T11 T12
0.7ms max. 8 0.7ms max. 0.7ms max.
Character selective magnet No.n Ribbon shift magnet
(Print operation) (Normal paper feeding operation)
Notes: 1. The signals in must be prepared by the user. 2. The pulse is indicated by a dot-dash line (*1) is generated for continuous printing. The next print cycle can start immediately after the leading edge of the timing signal Ts. 3. As shown by a dashed line (*2), the timing signal may go low at motor power-on or upon reception of a Print command. â9â