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EMC Disk OptionUser GuideEMC 10/4EMC 10/4TEMC 1Advantage 18EMC 10EMC 10T Covers both Single and Multi-HeadMelco Peripherals 3-1/2" Disk Drive 1.44 Mb Disk Format110232-01, Revision A

1575 West 124th AvenueDenver, Colorado 80234United States of AmericaE-Mail via the Internet:[email protected] Melco Embroidery Systems, 1995.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in aretrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical,photocopying, recording, or otherwise) without prior written approval of MelcoEmbroidery Systems. Melco reserves the right to revise this publication and to makechanges in it at any time without obligation of Melco to notify any person or organizationof such revisions or changes.All precautions have been taken to avoid errors or misrepresentations of facts, equipment,or products. However, Melco Embroidery Systems, does not assume, any liability to anyparty for loss or damage caused by errors or omissions.Printed in the United States of AmericaRevision A: June 1995

Table of Contents1. Introduction and InstallationGENERAL1-1SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL1-1SYSTEM OVERVIEW1-1Basic Description1-1Physical Arrangement1-2SYSTEM INSTALLATION1-3Power Requirements1-3Unpacking The Option1-3Installing The Disk Drive On Single Head Peripherals1-4Installing The Disk Drive On A Four Head Peripheral1-5Install .RSA Files Into Epicor System Controller1-8Configuring The EMC Disk Drive Controlled Unit1-8i

2. OperationBOOTING THE PERIPHERAL2-1New Menus2-2LOADING A DESIGN2-2Through The Network2-2By Disk2-2DIRECTORY MENU2-2SETTING THE FORMAT2-3FORMAT MENU2-3SETTING EMBROIDERY ORIENTATIONORIENTATION MENU2-42-4OTHER EMBROIDERY PERIPHERAL MENUS2-5ERROR MESSAGES2-5ii

Basic Description1-11. Introduction and InstallationGENERALThe Melco EMC Disk Drive Option replaces the need for the EDS SystemController in operating embroidery peripherals, thus converting an individualembroidery peripheral into a standalone embroidery device. These twocomponents (the EMC Disk Drive Option and the specific embroideryperipheral) work together as a system to produce the same high qualityembroidered goods that otherwise required the EDS System Controller. Theoption attaches directly to the embroidery peripheral for compactness andconvenience. The EMC Disk Drive Option will attach to the EMC 1, EMC 10,EMC 10T, and the Advantage 18 single head peripherals; and the EMC 10/4and EMC 10/4T four head peripherals. This option gives the Melcoembroidery peripheral product line additional functional versatility.SCOPE OF THIS MANUALThis user guide describes how to install and operate the EMC Disk DriveOption. The manual is divided into two sections.Section One contains introductory information on how the EMC Disk DriveOption fits into the Melco EDS Embroidery System. This section alsoprovides information for installing the option.Section Two guides the user through the operational functions of theoption, and then explains the added keyboard commands for operating theembroidery peripheral.SYSTEM OVERVIEWBasic DescriptionAn EMC Disk Drive controlled embroidery peripheral is a standalone, readonly disk system that will allow the user to embroider designs that are in thefollowing formats: DOS 1.44MB, DOS 720K, Melco Expanded, Tajima,Barudan FMC, Barudan FDR, and ZSK, expanded only. This option does notsupport condensed format designs.The operating program is loaded from a 3 1/2 inch "boot" disk when theperipheral is powered up. Once loaded, the operating program disk isremoved and the disk drive is used for loading designs into the peripheral110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

1-2SYSTEM OVERVIEWdesign buffer. The designs are loaded into the peripheral by the disk driverather than sent through an EDS System network. An embroidery peripheralwith the EMC Disk Drive Option is, however, also capable of beingconnected to an EDS System network. When connected to the network, theembroidery peripheral will boot from the network, and designs can beloaded from both the network and the disk drive.The EMC Disk Drive controlled embroidery peripheral is capable of storing upto 16 designs consisting of a total of about 900,000 stitches in its memory.Once the designs are in the peripheral’s design buffer the operator mayperform all the various functions as usual, such as selecting the sequence forembroidering the designs and selecting the hoop limits. If power fails forany reason, the EMC Disk Drive operated embroidery peripheral also has apower fail recovery system.All of the embroidery peripheral features are described in full detail in theOperation Manuals associated with the particular embroidery peripheral thatis being used. For information on that unit please refer to the appropriatemanual.Physical ArrangementThe EMC Disk Drive Option attaches to the single head peripheral at theController Section Cover on the left side of the unit as shown in Figure 1. Onthe four head peripheral the option mounts into the Keyboard Cover at thefar right side as shown in Figure 2.Inside the respective sections the cables run from the option to the variouslocations for getting power to the disk drive and reading data from the diskdrive to the CPU.Four HeadDisk DriveOptionSingle HeadDisk DriveOptionFigure 1110232-01, Rev. AFigure 2Melco Embroidery Systems

Unpacking The Option1-3SYSTEM INSTALLATIONThe information in this section is written for installing the EMC Disk DriveOption. The option installs onto a single head peripheral different from a 4head peripheral, therefore, there are separate installation proceduresincluded in this section.Power RequirementsWhen installing the EMC Disk Drive Option, you need not be concerned withany additional power needs beyond the requirements of the peripheral itself.Unpacking The OptionWhen unpacking your EMC Disk Drive Option be careful if opening the boxwith a knife not to damage the contents inside. Please inspect the parts forany damage that may have been apparent from the condition of theshipping box or to the option housing itself. Contact the shipper to reportany damage.110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

1-4SYSTEM INSTALLATIONInstalling The Disk Drive On Single Head Peripherals1. Turn off the embroidery peripheral and disconnect the power cord fromthe power source.2. Remove the existing Controller Cover on the left side.3. Locate the New Controller Cover with the EMC Disk Drive and position itat the embroidery peripheral directly above the Controller Section.Data RibbonCableDisk DrivePower CableCPU PCBTOP VIEW OFAREA UNDERTHECONTROLLERCOVERXYZ PCBFigure 3 Single Head Controller Section4. While holding the cover and drive assembly with one hand, plug the dataribbon cable into its mating connector on the top of the CPU PCB (seeFigure 3). Also, plug the disk drive power cable into its mating connectoron the top of the CPU PCB next to the data cable connector.5. Using care not to pinch any cable wires, install the new Controller Coverwith EMC Disk Drive. Guide the disk drive data and power cables up intothe cover as the cover is lowered to the chassis.6. Re-install the power cord from the embroidery peripheral to the powersource.The next portion of this chapter applies to the 4-Head Embroidery PeripheralInstallation.110232-01, Rev. AMelco Embroidery Systems

Installing The Disk Drive On A Four Head Peripheral1-5Installing The Disk Drive On A Four Head Peripheral1. Turn off the embroidery peripheral and disconnect the power cord fromthe power source.2. Move to the rear of the Machine and remove the screws from each of the5 rear covers (11 screws total). Remove all the covers in the order below:a) First remove the cover which is located second from the right endof the machine, as viewed from the rear of the machine.b) Next, remove the cover which is on the far right end, again viewedfrom the rear of the machine.c) Continue to remove the remaining covers in sequence.3. Locate the "new" cover that came with the Disk Option kit. This cover willhave the disk drive installed. (see Figure 4)4. Remove the 6 screws and cover to the Electronics Box located between theright 2 heads (from the rear). (see Figure 5)Disk DriveInstalledFigure 4 New 4-Head Cover5. Route the end of the Disk Drive Data cable containing the keyed connectorinto the Electronic Box through the opening in the front of theElectronics Box. (See Figure 6)6. Direct the cable to the top of the CPU and connect it to the properconnector as shown in Figure 6.7. Next, route the locking end of the Disk Drive Power cable into theElectronics Box through the same opening as you did the data cable.110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

1-6SYSTEM INSTALLATION6 ScrewsholdingElectronicsBox CoverFigure 5 Removing Electronics Box CoverDisk DrivePower Cable(locking end)Opening infront ofElectronicsBoxDisk DriveData Cable(keyed end)Rear of MachineFigure 6 Electronics Box w/Disk Drive Cables Installed8. Also, as shown in Figure 6, install this cable to the proper connector at thetop of the CPU.9. Re-install the Electronic Box Cover and secure it with the 6 screws.10. Now route the 2 Disk Drive cables along the rear cover mounting channelbetween the motors and the channel toward the other end of themachine.11. Locate the New Cover with the EMC Disk Drive and position it upsidedown at the end of the embroidery peripheral in the area where thecover is to be installed.12. While holding the cover and drive assembly steady with one hand, plugthe data ribbon cable into its mating connector at the rear of the diskdrive as shown in Figure 7. Also, plug the disk drive power cable into itsmating connector at the rear of the disk drive next to the data cableconnector. When installed properly, the red wires (pins 1) of each cablewill be adjacent to each other.110232-01, Rev. AMelco Embroidery Systems

Installing The Disk Drive On A Four Head Peripheral1-713. Install the New cover containing the EMC Disk Drive. Guide the disk drivedata and power cables out of the way of the cover and any movingcarriage parts as the cover is lowered to the chassis.14. Re-install the remaining rear covers.15. Re-install the power cord from the embroidery peripheral to the powersource.(Red wires these edges)Disk Drive Data CableDisk DrivePower CableFigure 7 New Cover w/Disk Drive Option Installed110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

1-8SYSTEM INSTALLATIONInstall .RSA Files Into EDS System ControllerIf your embroidery peripheral is part of an EDS System, and you intend to"boot" the peripheral by the network, you will need to "install" the properoperating program (.RSA files) into the EDS System Controller. To install the.RSA files, put the "boot" disk into the EDS Controller disk drive thentype:a:install(or b:install if the disk drive is the "B" drive)and press the [Enter] key. The operating program or .RSA file for each of theembroidery peripherals that supports the disk drive option will automaticallyload into the EDS Controller.Configuring The EMC Disk Drive Controlled UnitWhen an EMC Disk Drive Option is installed on an embroidery peripheral, noconfiguration changes are required. Follow the instructions given in thespecific Operation Manuals that apply to your embroidery peripheral.Keep in mind that, if you are operating from an EDS network as well asusing the disk drive, you must install the correct .RSA files as previouslyindicated and follow the rules of the network when assigning "UnitNumbers" to peripheral devices. Specifically, after setting the PeripheralProgram, the Unit Number must be set different for each peripheral attachedto a single EDS System Controller.If no network is attached to the EMC Disk Drive controlled embroideryperipheral, it truly is a "standalone" embroidery machine; and you can setthe Unit Number to any number between 1 and 16.WARNING! To prevent possible damage to diskettes,do not set them on the area just in front of the diskdrive and behind the Beam Assembly. The Beammoves very quickly to the left rear corner during theSET HOME function, and may strike any material thatis located in its path.110232-01, Rev. AMelco Embroidery Systems

2-12. OperationYour EMC Disk Drive controlled embroidery peripheral provides you withfeatures that will enhance your overall embroidery capabilities. Theinformation given in this User Guide pertains only to the EMC Disk DriveOption and the additional enhancements that the option provides to theembroidery peripheral operation.If you are upgrading an existing embroidery peripheral on an EDS system,you should already know how to operate the embroidery peripheral fromreading the Operation Manual that accompanied that unit when youpurchased it.If this is your first embroidery system, you must refer to your embroideryperipheral Operation Manual to understand the operation of that particularunit, in addition to reading and understanding the features in this UserGuide.BOOTING THE PERIPHERALYou may "boot" (or download the operating program needed to bring theembroidery peripheral to operation) by one of two methods. If theembroidery peripheral is properly "configured" and attached to an EDSSystem containing the .RSA file that supports the disk drive option, you will"boot" from the network when the embroidery peripheral is turned on.If the embroidery peripheral is not connected to an EDS System, or if thesystem is not turned on and operating in EDS, the embroidery peripheral willattempt to "boot" from the disk drive. If a "boot disk" is installed in thedisk drive, the embroidery peripheral will "down load" its operating programand become a standalone, operational embroidery peripheral.If a "boot disk" is not located in the disk drive, the message: INSERT BOOTDISK will show on the display. Insert the "boot disk" and press and holdthe [Enter] key for a moment. The embroidery peripheral will "down load"its operating program.110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

2-2LOADING A DESIGNNew MenusWith the installation of the EMC Disk Drive Option, two Menus are added tothe embroidery peripheral that you may not be familiar with. These Menusare: the FORMAT MENU and the DIRECTORY MENU. The Menus are onlypresent in the embroidery peripheral list of Menus if the Disk Drive isinstalled.LOADING A DESIGNThrough The NetworkAfter the embroidery peripheral is booted, or "downloaded," either by theEDS System network or by the EMC Disk Drive option, you can load designsinto the embroidery peripheral buffer. If you are loading designs throughthe network, please refer to the EDS System Operation Manual for a detailedexplanation of sending designs from the computer to the peripheral.By DiskIf you desire to load a design from the disk drive, refer to the procedure thatfollows:Once the embroidery peripheral is properly booted, either by the EDS Systemnetwork or the disk drive "boot disk," you can begin the process of loadingdesigns.DIRECTORY MENU1. Press the [Menu] key on the embroidery peripheral to enter into the menulist of the peripheral. The first Menu that appears is the DIRECTORYMENU. If you know that the design format setting at the FORMATMENU is correct , then proceed to the next step. If you need to set theformat, refer to the "Format Menu" section before you go to the nextstep.2. Ensure that the diskette containing the design you wish to load is insertedin the disk drive, then press the [Enter] key on the embroidery peripheral.The disk drive light will come on for the time it takes to read the directoryof the diskette. When the directory is read, the name of the first designin the directory will show on the embroidery peripheral display.110232-01, Rev. AMelco Embroidery Systems

By Disk2-33. If the design name showing on the display is the one you wish to load,simply press the [Enter] key again to load that design. If the design nameshowing on the display is not the design you wish to load, press the [UpArrow] and/or [Down Arrow] keys until the desired design name isshowing on the display, then press the [Enter] key.When the [Enter] key is pressed, the disk drive light will come on as thedesign is loaded into the embroidery peripheral design buffer. While thedesign is being loaded, the display will show the name of the design andthat it is "loading." When loading is complete, the display will go to theDESIGN MENU. Information for operating the embroidery peripheralDesign Menu is found in the specific embroidery peripheral OperationManual.SELECTING THE FORMATThere are six formats of embroidery designs that can be loaded into theembroidery peripheral by the EMC Disk Drive option. These formats are:DOS, MELCO, TAJIMA, BARUDAN FMC, BARUDAN FDR, and ZSK.FORMAT MENUIf you are ready to load a design, but need to change the format selection,you will need to enter into the FORMAT MENU of the embroidery peripherallist of menus. To do this, follow these simple steps:1. Once the embroidery peripheral is down-loaded, press the [Menu] key onthe embroidery peripheral to enter into the list of menus.2. The Menu that will first appear is the DIRECTORY MENU. To change tothe FORMAT MENU, press and hold the [Alt] key while you then pressthe [Menu] key. The FORMAT MENU will now show on the display.3. Press the [Enter] key and the currently selected format will then show onthe display. To change the selected format, press the [Up Arrow] and/or[Down Arrow] keys until the correct format is showing in the display.4. When the desired format is showing in the display, press the [Enter] key tochoose that format.5. Press the [Enter] key again, and the embroidery peripheral list of menuswill go back to the DIRECTORY MENU.110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

2-4OTHER EMBROIDERY PERIPHERAL MENUSWARNING! To prevent possible damage to diskettes,do not set them on the area just in front of the diskdrive and behind the Beam Assembly. The Beammoves very quickly to the left rear corner during theSET HOME function, and may strike any material thatis located in its path.OTHER EMBROIDERY PERIPHERAL MENUSThe information in this manual is limited to only that which is particular tothe EMC Disk Drive Option. If you require an overview of the other Menusthat appear when using the MENU key on the embroidery peripheral, youmust turn to the specific Operation Manual for that particular embroideryperipheral.ERROR MESSAGESDESIGN NOT FOUNDTrying to do power fail recovery from disk but unable to find correct designon current diskette.DUPLICATE DESIGNThe operator tried to load a design into the peripheral design buffer that isalready loaded or has the same name.DIRECTORY FULLThe operator tried to load another design into the peripheral design bufferafter already having 16 loaded. The buffer only allows a maximum of 16designs, regardless of there size.110232-01, Rev. AMelco Embroidery Systems

By Disk2-5DISK DIR ERRORDisk error detected when trying to perform a disk directory, either thewrong format is selected, there is a defective disk drive, or a bad diskette.DISK LOAD ERRORDisk error detected when trying to load a disk design. Either a defectivedisk drive or a bad diskette.NO DESIGNS FOUNDTrying to read a directory of a blank diskette that is, however, formattedin the selected format.NO FORMAT SELECTDefault format is DOS, somehow the format selected was set to "zero."This message may indicate a memory problem.NO FREE MEMORYNot enough room in the design buffer to accept any more designs. Thebuffer allows for only 16 designs, but also has a total limit of 825,000bytes of information, regardless of the number of designs.BOOT READ ERRORUnable to read the boot disk. Usually indicates a defective disk drive ordiskette.NOT BOOT DISKIndication that a non-boot disk is installed in the disk drive. Install theboot disk and press the [Enter] key to continue.110232-01, Rev. AEMC Disk Option User Guide

An EMC Disk Drive controlled embroidery peripheral is a standalone, read only disk system that will allow the user to embroider designs that are in the following formats: DOS 1.44MB, DOS 720K, Melco Expanded, Tajima, Barudan FMC, B

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