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PHOTORECEPTOR BREAK-IN DEVICE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000026392D
Original Publication Date: 1991-Oct-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 64K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

A benchtop photoreceptor break-in device for use with alloy photoreceptors of electrophotographic printing and copying machines is disclosed. The device is used to stabilize and test certain photoreceptor electrical properties and to ensure photoreceptor product quality. The device emulates a complete xerographic machine system(except paper handling, development and fusing features) including photoreceptor: charging 1; exposing 2; cleaning brush 3; and discharging erase lamp 4 stations. The device is particularly well suited for easy installation and removal of large numbers of alloy drum photoreceptors 5 through a clam shell cover 6. The device may also be easily adapted for break-in use with belt type photoreceptors.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

PHOTORECEPTOR BREAK-IN Proposed Classification DEVICE U.S. C1.355/220 James M. Cloonan
C1. Int. Carl J. Walton G03g 15/24

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PHOTORECEPTOR BREAK-IN DEVICE(Cont'd)

A benchtop photoreceptor break-in device for use with alloy photoreceptors of electrophotographic printing and copying machines is disclosed. The device is used to stabilize and test certain photoreceptor electrical properties and to ensure photoreceptor product quality. The device emulates a complete xerographic machine system(except paper handling, development and fusing features) including photoreceptor: charging 1; exposing 2; cleaning brush 3; and discharging erase lamp 4 stations. The device is particularly well suited for easy installation and removal of large numbers of alloy drum photoreceptors 5 through a clam shell cover 6. The device may also be easily adapted for break-in use with belt type photoreceptors.

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