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A/P Advanced/Professional (Finishers)
AAA Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting
ABS Automatic Background Suppression. ABSolute
ACK Acknowledge
AGC Automatic Gain Control
AHA Advanced Hardware Architecture
AMCV Average Monthly Copy Volume
AMPV Average Monthly Print Volume
AMR Automatic Meter Read
AMS Automatic Magnification Selection
ANSI American National Standards Institute
AOC Auto Offset Control, Automatic Offset Control
API Application Programming Interface
APS Auto Paper Selection
A/D Analog to Digital� Refers to a conversion of signal
AC Alternating Current Electricity from outlet is AC
ACK Acknowledgement A message sent to indicate that a block of data has arrived at its destination without errors.
ACL Alternating Current Live
ACN Alternating Current Neutral
AMP Ampere Measurement of amplitude of an electrical current.
ASIC Application Specific Integrated Circuit
ATVC Auto Transfer Voltage Control
A3 A Metric Paper Size Paper size: 297mm x 420mm (11.69 x 16.54 inches)
A4 A Metric Paper Size Paper size: 210mm x 297mm (8.27 x 11.69 inches)
ARP Address Resolution Protocol. Converts an IP address to a MAC address.
ASSY Assembly
ASTM American Standard Test Method
ATM Adobe Type Manager
ACO America Customer Operations Synonymous with AO.
AO Americas Operations
ADF Automatic Document Feeder Similar functions to DADF, RDH, SDF with subtle differences.
ADH Automatic Document Handler Similar functions to ADF, DADF, RDH, SDF with subtle differences.
ASF Automatic Stapler Finisher
ACT Advanced Customer Training Course which teaches customers to perform technical services which are normally for technicians only.
ADJ Adjustment Procedure Section 4 of most current Xerox manuals is Repairs / Adjustments.�ADJs explain how to adjust physical & electrical variables.
ACDC Area Coverage Density Control
ADA Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog
ADC Automatic Density Control
ASP Authorized Service Provider
ATC Automatic Toner Concentration
ATPD Across The Process Direction
AZAP Any Zone Any Paper
B Bels (applies to sound power level units)
B(A) Bels (A weighted) (applies to sound power level units)
B(A)I Bels (A weighted) Impulse response (applies to sound power level units)
BABT British Approvals Board for Tele-Communication
BAM Bundes Anstalt fur Materialprufung
BCR Bias Charge Roller A roller which contacts the photoreceptor drum directly to charge the drum� usually it is made of a rubber material.
BEUI BIOS Extended User Interface
Bit Binary digit (either 1 or 0) Represents electrical state, where 1 is “hi”, 0 is “low”.
BLK Black Black wire in a wiring diagram.
BLU Blue Blue wire in a wiring diagram.
Bluetooth Wireless local area network
BootP Boot Protocol. AN IP protocol for automatically assigning IP addresses.
BP Backplane
bps Bits per second
BQ Booklet Quality
BRN Brown Brown wire in a wiring diagram.
BS Behavior Specification
BSD Block Schematic Diagram Wiring Diagram.
BT Busy Tone
BTM Bottom
BTR Bias Transfer Roll Transfer Rollers are usually rubber rollers which make contact witheither a Xerographic Drum or Transfer Belt� this type of roller gets a bias charge which pulls the image either from a drum onto a transfer belt, or onto the paper as the paper passes between this roll and the drum. In machines which have a transfer belt, the first BTR pushes from inside the belt against a drum, see also BTR2 for the 2nd BTR Roller which is found only in machines with a transfer belt.
BTR2 2nd Bias Transfer Roll There is a second BTR (often referred to simply as the Transfer Roller) found in full color machines which use a transfer belt (IBT belt). It pulls the 4 colors all at once from the transfer belt onto the paper as the paper passes between the belt and the rollers surface.
BTU British Thermal Unit Measurement of heat energy.
BUR Back up Roll The Backup roll is the roll which is inside the transfer belt and provides pressure against the belt where it contacts the Second Bias Transfer Roller
C Celsius
C Capacitor More commonly abreviated “CAP”.
C Charge
C CopyCentre C35 = implies CopyCentre 35… for example.
CAM Cam Shaft
CAN Control Area Network
CAP Capacitor Also sometimes abreviated as “C”
CAT Customer Admin Tool
CB Certification Bodies
CB Chute (Registration) Bias
CC Copy Centre
CC CopyCentre Models which are CopyCentres are configured to be only a copier and not a printer. CC C35 = CopyCentre C35… for example.
CCA Cenelec Certification Agreement
CCD Charge Coupled Device (Photoelectric Converter)
CCD Charge Coupled Device Photoelectric Converter (basically a digital scanner)
CCITT Comite Consultatif International Telegraphique et Telephonique
CCM Color Control Module
CCPM Color Pages Per Minute
CCR Change Control Request
CCW Counterclock-Wise
CD 1:Circuit Diagram; 2: Compact Disc
CD Circuit Diagram
CD Compact Disc
CD Copy Darker. A copy density setting
CD Circuit Diagram Wiring diagrams
CDDU Controller and Drivers Delivery Unit
CDDUW Controller and Drivers Delivery Unit – West Coast
CD-ROM Compact Disk – Read Only Memory
CDS Charge – deficient spot. A photoconductor defect that as a very small
CED Called Station Identification
CEH&S Corporate Environmental Heath and Safety
CentreWare CentreWare internet services is the embedded HTTP server application
CFF Computer Form Feeder (or Fan Fold) Feeds & handles continuous computer paper.
CFR Confirmation To Receive
Chip Integrated Circuit (IC)
CID Command Identification
CIG Calling Subscriber Identification
CIS Contact Image Sensor
CIS Contact Image Sensor A bar of “eyes” which scan the original as it passes over it (usually found on fax machines).
CISPR Comite International Special des Perturbations
CL Copy Lighter. A copy density setting
CL Clutch
CL Current Limiting
ClickCharge Charge by copy/print rate
CLT Clutch
CMYK Toner colors for the printer: Y=yellow, C=cyan, M=magenta, K=black
COD Customer Operating Division
CP Call Procedure
CPHI Calls Per Hundred Installs
cpm Copies per minute
CPM Copies per Minute
CQ Copy Quality
CQ Copy Quality Section 3 in current Service Manuals addresses Copy Quality problems (Called “Image Quality” (IQ) on copier / printers).
CQS Copy Quality Specifications
CR Change Request
CR Controller Rectifier
CRD (PostScript) Color Rendering Dictionary
CRU Customer Replaceable Unit
CRU Customer Replaceable Unit A module in a machine which is designed to be replaced by the customer (usuallyl a drum cartridge or in some machines the fuser may be a CRU.
CRUM Customer Replaceable Unit Monitor / Meter / Memory A CRUM is usually a small circuit board with a chip or a fuse on it. It is found in a customer replaceble supply such as a toner cartridge, fuser module or drum cartridge, etc� this part tells the machine which version the cartridge is and is often used to keep track of how many copies the unit has run.
CRUM Customer Replaceable Unit Monitor The Connector on the Copy Cartridge.
CSE Customer Service Engineer
CSE Customer Service Engineer
CSF Call Service Fault
CSF Compact Sorter Finisher
CSMS Customer Satisfaction Management System
CST Cassette
CTC Continue To Correct
CTF Contrast Transfer Function
CTR Response For Continue To Correct
CTS Clear To Send
CVT Constant Velocity Transport
CVT Constant Velocity Transport
CVT Constant Velocity Transport Used in SDFs to move the document at scanning speed.
CW Clockwise
CWIS CentreWare Internet Services
CWW CentreWare Web
CYMK Toner colors for machine; Y=yellow, C=cyan, M=magenta, and K=black
DADF Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (feeds documents to a different
DADF Duplexing Automatic Document Feeder
DADF Duplex Automatic Document Feeder Similar functions to ADF, ADH, RDH, SDF with subtle differences.
DADH Duplex Automatic Document Handler (feeds documents to bottom of existing feed stack)
DB Database
dB Decibel
dB Decibel (applies to sound pressure level units)
DB Developer Bias Electrical Current used on developer magnetic roll or toner dispense roll.
dB(A) Decibels (A weighted) (applies to sound pressure level units)
dB(A)I Decibels (A weighted) Impulse response (applies to sound pressure level
DC Device Controller, generic term for any module that acts as a image han-
dC Diagnostic code
DC Digital Copier
DC Direct Current is type of power for printer components. Machine converts AC power from power source to DC power.
dC Diagnostic Control DC Routines are diagnostic access on more complex models such as the 5340 series.��DC is also more commonly used to abbreviate “Direct Current”.
DC Direct Current Machine converts AC electricity into DC to run components & logic.�DC is also used in Xerox Teminology for “Diagnostic Control”.
DC Docucentre / DocumentCentre DC 212/214 & DC 220/230 for example.
DC DocuColor DC12 = DocuColor12… for example.
DCCOM Direct Current Comon Ground in a Direct Current circuit.
DCN Disconnect
DCN Disconnect
DCS Digital Command Signal
DDF Device Description File
DDM Dedicated Duplex Module Tray which is used exclusively for duplex function.
DDNS Dynamic Domain Name System
DDR2DIMM Double Data Rate Dual In-Line Memory Module
DEV Developer
DEV Developer
DH Document Handler See also ADH etc.
DHCP Dynamic Host Config Protocol (similar to BootP)
DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DIL Dual In-Line
DIMM Dual In Line Memory Module
DIN Deutches Institute fur Normung
DIP Dual Inline Package
DIS Digital Identification Signal
DLM Dynamically Loadable Module
DM Duplex Module The drawer or module which handles duplexing (making double sided prints or copies).
DMA Direct Memory Access
DMM Digital Multimeter is generic name for meter that measures voltage, current, or electrical resistance.
DMM Developer Module
DMM Digital Multimeter Tool for measuring electrical current & resistance
DMO Developing Markets Operations
DMO-E Developing Markets Operations East (was part of RX)
DMO-W Developing Markets Operations West (was part of ACO)
DMP Damper
DOS Disk Operating Systems
DP Diagnostic Procedure A subsection in some manuals found in section 6, General Procedures (GP).
DPHM Defects Per Hundred Machines
DPI Dot Per Inch
dpi Dots per inch
DRAM Dynamic Random Access Memory
DRC Delivery / Rigger Carrier
DRS Drum to Roll Spacing
DRV Drive
DSDF Duplexing Stationary Doc Feeder Duplexing version of the document feeders which move the original across a slit-glass.
DSR Data Set Ready
DST Daylight Saving Time
DT Dial Tone
DT De-tack Refers to the wire used to De tack the copy paper from the photoreceptor (next to the Transfer wire)
DTC Digital Transmit Command
DTMF Dual Tone Multiple Frequency
DU Density Units
DUP Duplex (2-sided printing)
Duplex 2-sided printing or copying
Duplex Two sided copies
DustOff Routine to return machine to pre-install state
DV Developer Example: DV Unit.
E Earth Synonym for Ground (GND)
EA Emulsion Aggregation (toner)
EAA Electron Auditron Administrator
EA-HG Emulsion Aggregate High Glass
EBS Electronic Billing Service
EC European Community
EC European Community
ECE External Customer Engagement
ECM Error Correction Mode
ECM Error Correction Mode. Electronic Counter Measure
EEA External Ethernet Adapter A board used to connect a printer to a network.
EEC European Economic Community
EEC European Economic Community
EEPROM Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EEPROM
EET Edge Enhancement Technology
EH&S Environmental Health and Safety
EH/S Environmental Health and Safety
ELOG Electronic Log
EmbeddedFax A fax system included in a system device
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EME Electromagnetic Emission
EME Electromagnetic Emissions are emitted from machine during normal operation and
EME Electromagnetic Emissions
EME Electromagnetic Energy
EN European Norm
EOL End Of Line
EOM End of Message
EOM End Of Message
EOP End of Procedure
EOP End Of Procedure
EOR End Of Retransmission
EP Environmental Partner Cartridges reconditioned by Xerox are marked as EP or “Environmental Partnership”
EPA Environmental Protection Agency
EPC Electronic Page Collation (memory dedicated to temporary retention of images captured from the scanner and network controller)
EPROM Erasable / Programmable Read Only Memory
EPROM Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
EP-SV Electronic Partnership Supervisor (kit)
EQM Eye Quality Monitor
ERR End Retransmission Response
ERU Engineer Replaceable Unit
ESA Electrostatic Attachment
ESD Electrostatic Discharge
ESD Electrostatic Discharge. A transfer of charge between bodies at different electrostactic potential.
ESD Electrostatic Discharge. A transfer of charge between bodies at different electrostatic
ESD Electrostatic Discharge A transfer of charge between bodies at different electrostatic potential.
ESG European Solutions Group
ESG European Solutions Group – also referred to as XE (Xerox Europe)
ESS Electronic Sub-System. For this machine use NC
ESS Printer Controller
ESS Electronic Switching System The network module on some printers or multi-function models (for example on the DC332st).
ESU Electrostatic Setup A setup procedure done on some machines when replacing the photoreceptor.
ETP Electronic Test Pattern
EU European Union
EUR Europe
F Fuse
FAX Facsimile
FCC Federal Communications Commission
FCC Federal Communications Commission
FCC Federal Communications Commission
FCD Facsimile Coded Data
FCOT First Copy Out Time
FCOT First Copy Out Time
FCS Facsimile Checking Sequence
FD Functional Description
FDR Feeder
FE Field Engineer
FE Field Engineer
FEK Feature Enablement Key
FER Feature Enhancement Request
FFC FFC Cable
FIA Foreign Interface Accessory A board which allows hardware such as an external auditron or Coin-op to interface with a copier.
FIC Final Integration Center
FID Foreign Interface Device
FIF Facsimile Information Field
FIFO First In First Out
FIFO First In First Out
FireWire IEEE 1349. High speed serial communications system, comprising hard-
firmware Software in a chip which cannot be altered
FL Filter
FLASH On board erasable and reprogrammable non volatile memory
FOIP FAX Over Internet Protocol
FPGA Field Programmable Gate Array
FPOT First Print Out Time
FPOT First Print Output Time
FR/FRNT Front
FRU Field Replaceable Unit
FRU Fuser Replacement Unit
FS Fast Scan (direction) – Inboard-to Outboard
FS Fast Scan (direction) – LE – to – TE
FS Fast Scan A direction of scanning (inboard to outboard).
FSK Frequency Shift Keying
FSMA Field Service Maintenance Agreement
FSMA Full Service Maintenance Agreement
FTP File Transfer Protocol
FTT Failure To Train
FX Fuji Xerox
G Ground Also abbreviated GND & synonymous with Common, Earth (E), and Neutral (N).
G/Y Green & Yellow Green & Yellow striped wire in a wiring diagram (also abbreviated Y/G).
G3 Group 3
GB Giga Byte
GC Group Command
GDI Graphical Display Interface
GDI Graphical Device Interface Board which accepts data from a Personal Computer.
GFD Ground Fault Device Synonymous with Grounf Fault Interrupt (GFI), & also Ground Fault Protector (GFP).
GFI Ground Fault Interrupt A breaker often located on the cord of the machine designed to protect the copier in the case of a short circuit or surge.
GFP Ground Fault Protector Synonymous with GFI & also GFD.
GI Group Identification
GLCD Graphic Liquid Crystal Display
GND Ground
GND Ground
GND Ground
GND Ground Also abbreviated “G”, also called Common, Earth (E), or Neutral (N).
GP General Procedures Section 6 of most current manuals, includes diagnostic tests & procedures.
GRAIB Generic Remote Accessories Interface
GRAY Gray� Gray wire in a wiring diagram
GRN Green Green wire in a wiring diagram.
GS German safety
gsm Grams per square metre
GUI Graphics User Interface
GUI Graphical User Interface The touchscreen on the control console of machines such as the 5340 style is often referred to as a GUI.
H High The electrical state of a circuit is referred to as “High” resistance (open) or “Low” (L) resistance (closed).
HARN Harness
HC High Capacity
HCF High Capacity Feeder
HCF High Capacity Feeder Optional paper deck offered on some machines, similar functionally to HCT, & LCT with subtle differences.
HCT High Capacity Tray Similar functionally to High Capacity Feeder (HCF).
HDD Hard Disk Drive
HDD Hard Disk Drive
HDLC High Level Data Link Control
HFLEN High – Frequency (random) Line -Edge Noise. image quality metric.
HFSI High Frequency Service Intervals
HFSI High Frequency Service Item
HFSI High Frequency Service Item Items which have a specific yield after which it they should be replaced and a counter must be reset in the machine.
HGEA High Grade Emulsion Aggregation (toner)
HGEA High-Grade Emulsion Aggregation (Toner)
HLD High Level Design. A document that defines the software high level
HSG Housing
HTTP Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
HUI Hybrid User Interface
HUM Humidity
HVPS High Voltage Power Supply
HVPS High Voltage Power Supply
HVPS High-Voltage Power Supply
HVPS High Voltage Power Supply Board which provides voltages for coronas & such
HW Hardware
Hz Hertz
Hz Hertz (Cycles per second)
Hz Hertz (cycles per second)
Hz Hertz (Cycles per Second) Machines in the US are 60 Hz, 50 Hz is usually (not always) used for 220volt machines.
Home Acronyms
I/F Interface
I/F Interface
I/F InterFace
I/O Input / Ouput
IB InBoard
IBT Intermediate Belt Transfer
IBT Intermediate Belt Transfer
IC Integrated Circuit
IC Integrated Circuit Computer Chip
ICAT Internal Customer Acceptance Test
ICDC Image Count Dispense Control
ICE Internal Customer Engagement
ID Identification
IDT Intermediate Drum Transfer
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IEC International Electro-technical Commission
IEE Institute of Electrical Engineers
IEEE1284 Parallel port communication
IETF Internal Engineering Task Force
IFAX Internet Fax
IIL Inter-Image Lamp Lamp which discharges the photoreceptor drum in-between copies when the charge is still on but the exposure lamp is off.
IIO Intermediate Image Overwrite
IISS Image Input Sub-System The reading / scanning portion of a copier or multifunction machine.
IIT Image Input Terminal
IIT Image Input Terminal – the Scanner/CCD portion of the machine
IIT Image Input Terminal The reading / scanning portion of a copier or multifunction machine.
IM Interim Maintenance
Intlk Interlock
INTLK Interlock
IOT Image Output Terminal
IOT Image Output Terminal – the ROS/Xero/paper handling/ fusing portion of the
IOT Image Output Terminal – the ROS/Xerox/paper handling/fusing portion of the printer
IOT Image Output Terminal Part of the machined which outputs the copy or print (laser, xerograhics, paper transport and fusing.
IOT Input Output Terminal Part of the logic system of some of the more complex copiers such as the 5340 style.
IOTC Image Output Terminal Controller (IOT PWB, LVPS and HVPS). Some-
IP Image Processor
IP Internet Protocol
IPA Image Processing Accelerator. Used by the machine scanning services
IPM Images per minute
IPM Impression Per Minutes
IPM Incremental Preventative Maintenance
IPP Internet Present Provider
IPP Internet Printing Protocol
IPS Image Processing Service
IPS Image Processing Subsystem
IPS Image Print Services
IPS1 Image Processing System
IPX Internetwork Packet Exchange
IPX Internetwork Protocol eXchange
IQ Image Quality
IQ Image Quality
IQ Image Quality
IQ Image Quality Section 3 of current manuals addresses image quality problems (on copiers without printing functions, section is called: “CQ”)
IR Infra Red
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network / International Standard Data Network
ISIL Inter and Side Image Lamp
ISIL InterSide Image Lamp
ISO International Standards Organisation
ITP Internal Test Pattern
ITTCC International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee
ITU-T International Telecommunications Union – Telecommunication
JBA Job Based Accounting (Network Accounting)
JBA Job-based Accounting
JBIG Joint Bi-Level Image Experts Group file interchange format
jitter A line of missing or corrupted information in the fast scan direction.
JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group file interchange format
Home Acronyms
K Kilo (1000)
KB Kilo Byte
KC 1000 copies
KC 1000 copies
kg kilogram
kHz kilohertz
KillAll Routine to return all NVM, including protected NVM, to a virgin state.
KO Key Operator
L Low The electrical state of a circuit is referred to as “Low” resistance (closed), or “High” (H) resistance (open).
L/H Left Hand
LAA Local Area Addressing
LAN Local Area Network
LAN Local Area Network
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LCDM Liquid Crystal Display Module
LCS Line Conditioning Signal
LCT Large Capacity Tray Serves a similar function to HCF, HCT with subtle differences.
LD Laser Diode
LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (allows sharing of corporate
LE Lead edge
LE Lead Edge of copy or print paper, with reference to definition of term TE
LE Lead Edge of Copy Lead edge refers to the first edge which exits the fuser (opposite of TE)
LED Light Emitting Diode
LED Light Emitting Diode
LED Light Emitting Diode
LED Light Emitting Diode
LEF Long Edge Feed
LEF Long Edge Feed
LEF Long-Edge Feed
LEF Long Edge Feed For example if running LEF, on an 8.5×11 sheet, 11″ would be the Lead Edge.
LEISUS Low End Interface Unsolicited Status-B
LG Legal
LH Left Hand
LLM Light Lens Module
LOA Load Object Attributes
LP Lamp
LP Line Printer
LPH LED Print Head
LPH SLED Print Head
lpi Lines per inch
LSI Large Scale Integration
LT Letter
LTR Letter size paper (8.5 x 11 inches)
LTR Letter Size Paper (8.5 x 11 inches)
LTR Letter (Paper size) Letter sized paper is 8.5×11 inches.
LUI Local user Interface
LUT Look Up Table – array of NVM locations that store process control data
LVPS Low Voltage Power Supply
LVPS Low Voltage Power Supply
LVPS Low-Voltage Power Supply
LVPS Low Voltage Power Supply
Lwr Lower
m metre
MAC Paper Access Control
MACAddress Media Access Code. This is the basic, unique identifier of a networked device
MAG Magnetic Also used to abbreviate “Magnification”.
MAG Magnification Also used to abbreviate “Magnetic”.
Mb Mega bit (one million bits)
MB Mega Byte
MB Megabyte (one MB = 1,048,576 bytes = 1024 kilobytes). Mail Box
MCB Main Control Board
MCF Message Confirmation
MCF Message Confirmation
MCU Machine Control Unit (Engine Control Board)
MCU Machine Control Unit (Engine Control Board)
MD Motor Drive
MF Multifunction
MF Multi-Function
MFLEN Mid – Frequency (random) Lines – Edge Noise
MH Modified Huffman
MHz Mega Hertz
MIB Machine Information Block. SNMP database element
MIB Management Information Base
MJ Modular Jack
MM Millimeters
mm millimetre
MMC Microsoft Management Console
MMR Modified Modified Read compression
MMSOK Manufacturing Master System Option Key
MN Multi – National
MN Multinational
MN Multinational
MOB Marks On Belt
MOB Marks On Belt
Mod Modification (field upgrade/ change) Synonymous with TAG
Modem MOdulator/DEModulator. Hardware unit that converts the �one� and �zero� binary values from the computer to two frequencies for transmission over the public telephone network (modulation). It also converts the two fre-quencies received from the telephone n
MODEM Modulator Demodulator
Moire Image quality defect caused by interference between patterned originals and the digital imaging process. Moire patterns are repetitive and visible as bands, plaids or other texture.
MOT Motor
MOT Motor
MPS Multi-Page Signal
MPS Multi-Page Signal
MPS Multi-Position Stapler
MPT Multi-Purpose Tray
MR Modified Read compression
MRC Modified Read Compression
MRD Machine Resident Disk
MRD Machine Resident Diskette
ms millisecond
MSG Management Steering Group
MSI Multi Sheet Insert
MSI Multi-Sheet Inserter
MSI Multi Sheet Inserter
MSO Mixed Size Originals
MSOK Master System Option Key
MVPS Mid (or Multi) Voltage Power Supply
MX Modi Xerox
N Newton
N Neutral� Synonym for Common, Ground (GND, G) & also Earth (E)
NASG North American Solutions Group
NASG-N North American Solutions Group (equivalent to XCI)
NASG-S North American Solutions Group (equivalent to USCO)
nC nanoCoulomb
NC Network Controller (equivalent to ESS).
NC Normal Contrast. Copy contrast setting
NC Normally Closed
NC Not Connected Also used to abbreviate the slang term “Not Cool”.
NCR No Copying Required
NCS Non-Contact Sensor
NCU Network Control Unit
NCU Network Control Unit
NDS NetWare Domain Services or Novell Directory Services
NDSContext NetWare Domain Services Context
NDSTree NetWare Domain Services Tree
NetBEUI NetBIOS Extended User Interface. A network device driver or transport protocol that is the transport driver supplied with LAN Manager. It can bind with as many as eight media access control drivers.
NetBIOS Network Basic Input / Output System. Software developed by IBM that provides the interface between the PC operating system, the I?O bus, and the network. Since its design, NetBIOS has become a de facto stan-dard.
NGI Next Generation Infrastructure (new files and mail servers)
NIC Network Interface Card
NIC Network Interface Card. Converts the data to a form suitable for trans-mission and reception. Uses ARP and RARP.
Nm Newton metre
NO Normally Open
NOHAD Noise Ozone Heat Altitude Dust
NOHAD Noise, Ozone, Heat, Airflow and Dust
NP Printer configuration
NPP No Paper
NS Normal Sharpness. Copy sharpness setting
NSC Non-Standard Facilities Command
NSF Non-Standard Facilities
NSF Non-Standard Facilities
NSS Non-Standard Set-up
NSS Non-Standard Set-Up
NSSD Network. The SESS and CentreWare development team based in Roch-
NVM Non Volatile Memory
NVM Non-Volatile Memory
NVM Non-Volatile Memory
NVM Non Volatile Memory Memory settings.
NVRAM Non-Volatile Random Access Memory
OA Open Architecture
OB Out Board
OCT Offset Catch Tray
OEM Original equipment manufacturer
OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer
OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer
OEM Orginal Equipment Manufacturer
OF Other Faults Other Faults are found in Section 2 of most current manuals after the Status Indicator RAPs.
OGM On Going Maintenance
OGM On-going Maintenance
OGM On-Going Maintenance
OHP Overhead Print (Transparency)
OPC Organic Photo Conductor
OpCo Operating Company
OPT Optional
ORN Orange Orange wire in a wiring diagram.
OS Operating System
OSA Online support Assistant
OSCG Office Systems Component Group
OSOK Optional System Option Key
OTPROM One Time Programmable Read Only M
P/J Plug Jack (electrical connections)
P/O Part of (Assembly Name)
P/R Photoreceptor
PABX Private Automatic Branch Exchange
PB Push Button
PBX Private Branch Exchange
PC Personal Computer
PC Personal Computer
PC Personal Computer
PC Photo Conductor
PC Personal Computer
PCB Printed Circuit Board
PCDC Pixel Count Dispense Control
PCFax Personal Computer Fax
PCI Peripheral Component Interface
PCI Personal Computer Interface
PCL Printer Command Language
PCL Printer Control Language
PCL Printer Control Language Computer language developed by HP for sending data to a printer.
PCMCIA Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
PCS Publications Comment Sheet �(a form used to give feedback on Service Manual Accuracy / mistakes etc.)
PD Process Direction
PDF Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format
PDL Page Description Language
PDL Page Description Language
PDT Product Delivery Team
PEK Product Enablement Key
Pels Picture Data (Pixel)
PFM Paper Feed Module
PH Paper Handling
PHI per Hundred Installs
PHY Physical Layer
PIN Personal Identification Number
PIN Procedural Interrupt Negative
ping Packet InterNet Groper. Tool to test connections between nodes by send-
PINK Pink Pink wire in a wiring diagram
PIP Procedural Interrupt Positive
PJ Plug Jack (electrical connections)
PJ(P/J) Plug Jack Refers to an electrical connection at which to measure as instructed.
PJL Printed Job Language. Hewlett Packard page description language.
PJL Printer Job Language
PL Parts List
PL Parts List
PL Parts List Usually section 5 in the service manuals, Exploded parts diagrams.
PMC Programme Management Committee
PO Part of (Assembly Name)
POOorPofO Principles of Operation
POP3 Post Office Protocol version 3
POPO Power Off Power On
POST Power On Self Test
PPC Power PC. A EPROM manufacturer
PPD Postscipt Printer Description. A PPD file is a simple formatted text file that contains a description of the printers features and the corresponding PostScipt �code� needed to activate each feature. Apple LaserWrite driv-ers and application programs such
PPD PostScript Printer Description
PPDMinidrivers PPD minidrivers are available in Windows operating systems (from Win-dows 95 onwards). With these, a Xerox – supplied PPD file is used in conjunction with an operating system supplied driver ton create a Post-Script driver tailored for a specific device.
PPHI Problems Per Hundred Installs
PPM Pages Per Minute
ppm Prints per minute / Parts Per Million
PPR Partial Page Request
PPR Partial page Request
PPS Pages
pps Partial Page Signal / pulses per second
PPS Product Performance Specification
PPS Pulses Per Second
PR Photo-Receptor
PRI-EOM Procedure Interrupt-EOM
PRI-EOP Procedure Interrupt-EOP
PRI-MPS Procedure Interrupt-MPS
PS Post Script
PSM1 Power Save Mode 1 (low power mode)
PSM3 Power Save Mode 3 (sleep mode)
PSTN Private Switched Telephone Network
PSW Portable Service Workstation
PTT Post, Telephone, Telegraph (national public utilities)
PU Print Unit
PV Print Volume Management
PVC Poly Vinyl Chloride
PVT Product Verification Test
PWB Printed Wiring Board
PWB Printed Wiring Board
PWB Printed Wiring Board
PWB Printed Wiring Board Logic boards, power supplies etc. (doesnt mean “Power Board” as many assume)
PWBA Printed Wiring Board Assembly
PWBA Printed Wiring Board Assembly Logic boards, power supplies etc. (doesnt mean “Power Board Assembly” as many assume)
PWM Pulse Width Modulation
PWS Portable Work Station
PWS Portable Workstation for Service
PWS Portable Work Station
Q Semi-Conductor or Sensor Sensors are given a number in the manual with Q as the prefix (I.e.Q7).
QIT Quality Improvement Team
R/E Reduction / Enlargement
R/E Reduction/Enlargement refers to features selection or components that enable
R/E Reduction / Enlargement
RAM Random Access Memory
RAM Random Access Memory
RAM Random Access Memory
RAM Random Access Memory Readable, writable memory circuit.
RAP Repair Analysis Procedure for diagnosis of machine status codes and abnormal con-
RAP Repair Analysis Procedure Usually Section 2 of the Service Manual, RAPs are the flow charts to troubleshoot specific problems.
RARP Reverse Address Resolution. Reverse of ARP. Converts a MAC address to an IP address
RBT Ring Back Tone
RCA Remote Customer Assistance
RDH Recirculating Document Handler Similar functions to ADF, ADH, DADF, SDF with subtle differences.
RDT Remote Data Transfer
RED Red Red wire in a wiring diagram.
RED Reduction
RegiCon Registration Control
Regi-Con Registration Control
REN Ringer Equivalence Number
REP Repair Procedure for disassembly and reassembly of component on machine
REP Repair Procedure Section 4 of most current manuals, explains how to remove & replace parts.
RET Retard
RFC Request for comment. An IETF standard reference.
RFI Radio Frequency Interface
RGB Three primary colors of light – Red Green Blue
RH Relative Humidity
RH Relative humidity
RH Right Hand
RIC Remote Interactive Communications
RIC Remote Interactive Control
RIS Raster Input Scanner
RIS Raster Input Scanner
RiserPWB A card that increases the number of PCI slots.
RJ45 Phone type network connector
RLS Release
RM Requirements Management
RMS Root Mean Square (AC value)
RMS Root Mean Square Voltage
RNR Receive Not Ready
RO Regional Operations
ROHS Restriction of Hazardous Substances
ROM Read Only Memory
ROM Read-Only Memory
ROM Read Only Memory Memory which is not over-writable� contains permanent software information
ROS Raster Output Scanner
ROS Raster Output Scanner Laser unit which writes on the photoreceptor
RPC Remote Procedure Call
RPM Revolutions per Minute
RR Receive Ready
RRB Requirements Review Board
RS-232,RS-423, Series of standards for serial communication of data by wire. RS-232
RS-422,RS-485 operates at 20 kbits/s, RS-423 operates at 100 kbits/s, RS-422 and RS-
RTD Retard
RTN Retrain Negative
RTN Return
RTP Retrain Positive
RTS Request To Send
Rx Receive
RX Rank Xerox (Europe) Rank Xerox was the European market until it changed to Xerox Limited (XL)
S Switch
S/D Shut Down
SA Systems Administration
SA Systems Administrator
SAD Solid Area Density
SAD Solid Area Density
SAD Solid Area Density
SAF Safety
SAKO Systems Administration Key Operator
SAP Service Advertising Protocol
SAP Service Advertising Protocol. a network device will broadcast its capabili-
SAR Semi-Active Retard feeder
SBC Single Board Controller
SC Service Call
SCD Software Compatibility Database
SCF Second Cassette Feeder
SCM Software Configuration Management
SCN Specification Change Notice
SCP Service Call Procedure
SCP Service Call Procedure
SCR Software Change Request
SCSI Small computer Systems Interface
SCT Simple Catch Tray
SDF Set Document Feeder Also known as “Stationary Document Feeder”. Similar functions to RDH, ADF, DADF, RDH with subtle differences.
SDK Software Development Kit
SDP Software Development Plan
SDR Shut Down Rate
SDRAM Synchronous Dynamic Remote Access Memory
SDTP Standard Digital Test Pattern
SEF Short Edge Feed
SEF Short Edge Feed
SEF Short-Edge Feed
SEF Short Edge Feed For example if using SEF, on an 8.5×11 sheet, 8.5″ would be the Lead Edge.
Self- An automatic process that is used to check Control Logic circuitry. Any fault that is
ServerFax A fax system that uses a remote Fax server. Faxes transmit as a Scan to
SESS Strategic Electronic Sub-System
SI Status Indicator� Status Code.
SIM Scanner Input Module
SIMM Single Inline Memory Module used to increase printing capacity
SIMM Single Inline Memory Module Used in the Printer PWB
Simplex Single sided copies
Simplex Single Sided Copies
SIP Scanning and Image Processing
SIR Standard Image Reduction
SixthSense A single device and group management tool
SLED Light-Emitting Diode print head
SLED New LED Print Head
SLP Service Location Protocol
SLP Service Location Protocol (finds servers)
SM Scheduled Maintenance
SMB Server Message Block. Microsoft Server / Client Communications proto-
SMP1 Service Maintenance Pack 1 (contains a software package)
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
SNR Sensor
Snr Sensor
SOC Service Order Code
SOD System Operating Description
SOK System Operation Key, Software Option Key
SOL Solenoid
SOL Solenoid
SPAR Software Problem Action Request
spi Spots per inch
SPID Service Profile Identification
SPL Sound Pressure Level
SPP Short Paper Path
SQA Software Quality Assurance
SR Service Representative
SRAM Static Random Access Memory
SRC Software Requirements
SSorS/S Sub System
SSR Solid State Relay Used in the stead of a Triac for turning on & off voltage to a fuser lamp or such.
ST System Terminal Device. Multi-functional device as defined by Energy
STM Single Tray Module
STP Standard Test Pattern
STS Soft Touch Sensor
SW Software
SW Switch
SWL Sound Power Level
SWorS/W Software
T Transfer
T&M Time and Materials
T/A Take-Away
TAG Tags are field upgrades/changes Each machine has a Tag matrix (a sticker with a grid of #s), the #s marked are the Tags which the machine has installed in it.
TAR Take away Roll
TBC To Be Confirmed
TBD To Be Defined
TC Toner Concentration
TCF Training Check Field
TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
TDC Toner Density Control
TE Trail Edge
TE Trail Edge of copy or print paper, with reference to definition of term LE
TE Trail Edge of Copy Opposite of LE
TEI Terminal Endpoint Identifier
Template A collection of Scan to File attributes that can be conveniently re-used.
test detected during self-test is displayed by fault code or by LEDs on PWB.
TIFF Tagged Image File Format
TIFFFX TIFF Fax eXtended
TIFFX Tagged Image File Format – for internet FAX
TM Tray Module
TM Tray Module An optional module on some models which adds extra paper drawers.
TNR Toner
TP Test Point
TP Test Point Test Points are marked on the boards to help in diagnosing problems.
TPM Technical Programme Manager
TransmissiveLCD Liquid Crystal Display lit from the back
TRC Tone Reproduction Curve
TRC Toner Reproduction Curve
TRN Train
TRNS Transport
TSH Technical Service Hours
TSI Transmit Subscriber Identification
TTM Two Tray Module Used on 5018 style, the drawer with 2 paper sources in it, not used for duplexing.
TTY Teletype Terminal
TUI Textual User Interface
TUI Textual User Interface A Message Display offered as a less expensive alternative to the touchscreens or Graphical User Interface (GUI) on the 5837/45/55 machines.
Tx Transmit
UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
UDP User Datagram Protocol
UGD An upgrade file, i.e. filename.ugd
UI User Interface
UI User Interface
UI User Interface (display screen)
UI User Interface Part of the Control Console
UK United Kingdom
UM Unscheduled Maintenance
UM Unscheduled Maintenance
UM Unscheduled Maintenance
UMR Unscheduled Maintenance Rate
URL Universal Resource Locator
USB Universal Serial Bus
USB Universal Serial Bus
USB Universal Serial Bus.
USB Universal Serial Bus Used on 5018 style, the drawer with 2 paper sources in it, not used for duplexing.
USCO United States Customer Operations
USCO United States Customer Operations
USO United States Operations
UTP Unsheilded Twisted Pair
V Voltage
V.17/V.29/V.34 Modem standards
VAC Volts Alternating Current Measurement of voltage (current).
VALO Value Added Logistic Organisation
VAR Value Added Reseller
VDC Volts Direct Current Measurement of voltage (current).
VDE Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker
VGA Video Graphics Array
VIO Violet� Violet wire in a wiring diagram.
VOIP Voice Over Internet Protocol
W/ With – indicates machine condition where specified condition is present
W/ With Often used to say a machine is “With” a particular Tag upgrade (for example: W/ TAG 5)
W/O Without – indicates machine condition where specified condition is not present
W/O Without Often used to say a machine is “Without” a particular Tag upgrade (for example: W/O TAG 5)
WC WorkCentre
WC WorkCentre / Work Center For example WC 265 = WorkCentre 265… a recent model in the C35 style which has both copying and printing ability.
WC+PS WorkCentre + PostScript print drivers
WCP WorkCentre Pro
WCP WorkCentre Pro (i.e. WCP55 = WorkCentre Pro 55… for example. Pro machines are in some cases the more advanced models in a group of models with more multifunction features such as scanning images to a computer.
WEBUI CentreWare Internet Services
WHT White White wire in a wiring diagram
WINS Window Internet Name Service
X- Xerox� Short for Xerox which is a registered trademark of Xerox Corp. (The Parts Drop is not affiliated with Xerox Corp.)
XAP Xerox Asia Pacific
XBRA Xerox Brazil
XBRA Xerox Brasil�
XC Xerox Canada
XC United States Retail example: XC23 model is sold by a separate market from the XDL23 (US Dealers)
XCL Xerox Canada Limited�
XCMI Xerox Common Management Interface
XDL United States Dealers example: XDL23 model is sold by a separate market from the XC23 (US Dealers)
XE Xerox Europe
XE Xerox Europe -also referred to as ESG (European Solutions Group)
XI Xerox Initiated
XL Xerox Limited
XL Xerox Limited (Europe) Formerly Rank Xerox (RX), European market.
XLA Xerox Latin America
XLA Xerox Latin America
XLA Xerox Latin America
XMEX Xerox Mexico
XOG Xerox Office Group
XRU Xerographic Replacement Unit
XSA Xerox Standard Accounting
XUL Xerox Unique Login enables use of the xerox corporate directory
Y/G Yellow & Green Yellow & Green striped wire in a wiring diagram (also abbreviated G/Y)
YCMK Toner colors for machine; Y=yellow, C=cyan, M=magenta, and K=black
YEL Yellow Yellow wire in a wiring diagram.
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