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1 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Product Specifications Mechanical Electrical Consumables Principles of Operation Agenda

2 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Product Specifications

3 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Physical Weight: Without options, approx 69Kg Dimensions: (W x D x H) 655mm x 620mm x 462mm Print Speed 36 PPM – Color LEF 40 PPM – Monochrome LEF 15 PPM – Post Card, Label, Heavy Stock, etc. Print Start First print Mono - 9 sec. Color sec. Warm-up time Power on - up to 85 sec. Power save – up to 75 sec.

4 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Technologie LED Head 600 dpi Resolution 1200 x 600/16 bit gray scale 600 x 600/32 bit gray scale Toner saving – mono only CPU and RAM Power-PC 750 GL Clock – 800 MHz RAM DDR_DIMM. 2 RAM slots with capacity of 256MB, or 512MB Standard shipping configurations: 1024MB (1GB) No Memory Resident Hard disk Standard :40GB Duplex Unit Standard

5 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Power Consumption Typical operation – 750W (average) Maximum operation – 1500W (peak Value) Idle – 200W typical Power save – <50W Life Printer life 1 million pages or 5 years Printer duty cycle 150K per month MAX

6 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Consumables (in Letter/A4 5% coverage, LEF,75 gsm- 90 gsm) Image drum – 42K (assuming a continuous printing, a more realistic number is 30K for 3 page jobs. 1 page jobs will yield 15K.) Toner Standard – 7.5K High Cap – 15K Transfer belt – 100K Fuser – 100K Waste toner box – 30K

7 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Paper Capacity Input 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and High Cap Trays – 530 sheets < 80gsm Multi purpose Tray 220 sheets <80gsm 100 Transparencies / 25 envelopes Output Face down sheets <80gsm Face up sheets <80gsm

8 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Paper Size 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trays/ High Capacity Trays Tabloid, Legal13, Legal14, Letter, Letter-L, Executive, A3, Tabloid Extra, A3Wide, A4, A4-L, A5, B4, B5, B5-L A6 – First Tray only Custom sizes – all trays Multi-purpose Tray Tabloid, Legal13, Legal14, Letter, Letter-L, Executive, A3, Tabloid Extra, A3Wide, A4, A4-L, A5, B4, B5, B5-L, C5, DL, Com-9, Com-10, Monarch Custom Sizes up to 1200 mm in length The size, weight, and type of paper or media will dictate which tray and exit path can be used. Also, whether you can use two-sided printing. These settings, can be made in the printer menu or printer driver. Remember that application settings override driver settings and driver settings override printer menu settings.

9 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Minimum Paper Size 1st Tray : 105mm x 148mm 2nd and 3rd and High Capacity Trays : 148mm x 210mm Multi-purpose Tray : 76.2mm x 90mm Duplex : 148mm x 210mm Paper Weight 1st, 2nd, and 3rd and High Capacity Trays : 75 – 216 gsm max Multi-purpose Tray : 75 – 502 gsm max Duplex : 188 gsm max Communications Parallel (bi-directional) USB Base-T/100 Base-TX/10 Base-T (automatically switched and not available simultaneously)

10 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Emulation PostScript 3 PCL XL 2.1 PCL 5C IBM PPR Epson FX Operating environment Operating: ON: 10°C- 32°C / 20 – 80% RH (17 to 27°, 50 to 70% RH guaranteeing full-color print quality) OFF: 0°C- 43 °C / 10 – 90% RH Noise level Operating: 53 dB maximum; Standby: 40 dB maximum; Power save: 40 dB

11 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Mechanical

12 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION This is an exploded view of the Ilumina with the covers and base assembly removed leaving the main print mechanism in the center of the slide.

13 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Access to the High Voltage Power supply is available by a cover that is situated directly beneath the Belt Assy.

14 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Easy access to the Low Voltage Power Supply. This board is responsible for supplying 5V, 12V, and 34V to the rest of the printer. Low Voltage Power Supply

15 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Power Switch Linkage Due to the positioning of the Low Voltage Power Supply, a linkage is used between the ON/OFF switch and the actual switch. Note: It will be important for service technicians to pay special attention to this if replacing the Low Voltage Power Supply.

16 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Feed Mechanism The three rollers (Pickup, Feed and Retard) are all unique

17 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION The Multi purpose tray uses the same Hopping and Registration Motors as Tray 1. Easy access to the feed and retard rollers for cleaning and replacement. Multi Purpose Tray

18 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION The Image Drum Motors are individual motors. The image at the bottom shows the view if the covers and boards are removed from the rear of the machine. Image Drum Motors

19 Fuser Motor The fuser unit, along with the exit rollers, is driven by a single DC motor. The motor will reverse in order to rotate the cam and release the rollers. ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION

20 Electrical

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22 PU Board

23 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Motor Drive Board S2P

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25 Op-Panel

26 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION HPVS Board

27 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION CU BOARD

28 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Fuser Mod Board

29 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Consumables

30 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Image Drum Drum Protection Cover A drum protection cover has been added in order to prevent damage to the drum as well as avoid light exposure. The bottom cover is only open when the drum is in position for printing. The top cover is moved out of the way as the top cover of the printer is closed and the LED heads are moved into position.

31 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Charge Roller Key Release In order to further preserve the drum during shipment, an orange key release is inserted between the drum surface and the shaft of the Charge Roller.

32 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION The different electrical contacts on the drum unit

33 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Drum Life Messages After opening and closing the cover to print an additional 1000 pages and use up remaining toner in the drum, printing cannot resume until the drum is replaced.

34 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Toner Cartridge The toner supply mouth was reduced to help prevent toner leakage as well as clumping. The toner lockouts have been added to help prevent installation of the toner cartridge in the wrong drum.

35 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Toner Detection All toner detection takes place inside the Image Drum.

36 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION RFID TAG The RFID TAG will serve several purposes: If no Toner Cartridge is installed the op panel will display: %COLOR% Toner not installed This condition will not prevent printing however it will stop every 50 pages. If the Toner Cartridge is installed and no RFID is detected the op panel will display: %COLOR% Toner Not Installed This condition will stop printing. Once a toner cartridge is empty the RFID TAG will record this state and that toner cartridge will not be able to be reused even if it is refilled.

37 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Toner Life Messages When the display indicates the toner is empty, cover open/close will allow 50 more pages to print.

38 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Heavy Stock Fuser

39 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION 1.Warm-up time has been reduced by the addition of two lamps in the upper roller and by reducing the diameter of the lower roller. 2. Pressure 3. Processing time – This is related to the addition of a fuser belt and pressure pad. By increasing the NIP width with the belt and pad, the processing time, or the time the toner and media actually spend in the fuser, is increased. NIP Width – A space in which heat and pressure are applied to the toner and media. FUSER

40 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Fuser Life Messages The fuser counts one print as a 13 inch page and one print for anything over 13 inches. For example: If one 17 inch page is printed, the fuser will count once for the first 13 inches and once for the remaining 4 inches. Thats 2 prints for a 17 inch page. If the page was 26 inches long it would still be only 2 prints. Note: It is unclear at this point how many times the cover can be opened and closed to get the extra 500 prints.

41 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Transfer Belt

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43 Waste Toner Box and Conveyance Any waste toner removed from the drum surface is augured through a waste toner conveyance mechanism. This process adds a consumable to the printer but reduces the cost of toner cartridges.

44 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Waste Toner Box Messages The printer will stop after the cover has been opened and closed 4 times

45 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Principle of Operation

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47 ILUMINA 502 PRODUCT PRESENTATION Questions ?? END


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