Philips EM7U LCOS User`s guide

QMS 4060
Print System
Options
®
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Contents
1 Memory and Storage
Introduction ..................................................................................1-2
Single In-Line Memory Modules .................................................1-2
Hard Disk Storage Options .........................................................1-2
About Internal Hard Disks 1-3
External SCSI Hard Disks 1-3
Identifying Hard Disks 1-3
Turning on an External Hard Disk 1-4
Configuring Hard Disks 1-5
Using the Disk Operations Menu 1-5
Formatting a Hard Disk 1-5
Backing Up Data to a Jaz or Zip Drive .......................................1-7
Error Messages 1-8
Restoring Data from a Jaz or Zip Drive ......................................1-9
Error Messages 1-10
2 Optional Fonts
Optional Fonts ............................................................................. 2-2
Downloading Disk Fonts ............................................................. 2-2
Kanji SIMM Kit .............................................................................. 2-3
What's in the Kit? 2-4
Hardware Requirements 2-4
Software Requirements 2-4
Accessing the Kanji Fonts 2-5
If You are Using a Macintosh 2-5
If You are Using Windows 2-7
If You are Using DOS 2-7
ProCollection Font SIMM ............................................................ 2-8
3 Optional Interfaces
Optional Network Interface ......................................................... 3-2
Optional Network Interface Assembly Kit 3-2
Installing an Optional Network Interface 3-3
Using an Optional Network Interface ......................................... 3-3
Setting Optional Interface Parameters 3-3
Optional LocalTalk Interface ...................................................... 3-4
Optional LocalTalk Interface Assembly Kit 3-4
Installing an Optional LocalTalk Interface 3-4
Using the Optional LocalTalk Interface ..................................... 3-5
Interface 3-5
Macintosh Interface Cabling 3-6
Making the Connection 3-7
Macintosh Printing Software ...................................................... 3-8
Installing Macintosh Utilities 3-8
Testing Macintosh Communication 3-12
Printing from the Macintosh 3-12
Setting LocalTalk Interface Parameters 3-13
Optional Serial Interface ........................................................... 3-16
What's in the Serial Interface Kit 3-16
Installing an Optional Serial Interface 3-16
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Serial Interface 3-16
Before Making a Serial Connection 3-16
What You Need for a Serial Interface 3-17
Making the Connection 3-17
PC Printing Software 3-18
Printing from the PC 3-20
Setting Serial Interface Parameters 3-20
4 Optional Emulations
Softloadable Emulations .............................................................4-2
Procedure for Downloading an Emulation 4-2
Emulation Configuration .............................................................4-5
5 New System Software
Updating System Software ..........................................................5-2
Passwords and Updated System Software 5-2
Requirements 5-3
Procedure—Macintosh Users 5-3
Procedure—PC Users—Parallel and Serial 5-5
6 Hardware Options
Large-Capacity Input Feeder ......................................................6-2
What's in the Kit? 6-2
Installation Procedure 6-2
2000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker ............................6-10
What's in the Kit? 6-10
Unpacking the 2000-Sheet LCOS 6-11
Hardware Contents 6-12
Installation Procedure 6-13
3000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker ............................6-23
What's in the Kit? 6-23
Unpacking the 3000-Sheet LCOS 6-23
Hardware Contents 6-26
Installation Procedure 6-28
Preparing the Printer 6-32
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Connecting the 3000-Sheet LCOS to the Printer 6-42
Connecting Cables and Turning on the LCOS 6-44
Using the 3000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker 6-46
Adjusting the Paper Guides 6-48
Custom Tray .............................................................................. 6-51
Custom Tray Installation 6-51
Standard Paper Sizes 6-54
Security Key ............................................................................... 6-55
What's in the Kit? 6-55
Procedure 6-56
BuzzBox Lite .............................................................................. 6-58
What's in the Kit? 6-58
Installing BuzzBox Lite 6-59
Using BuzzBox Lite 6-60
7 CrownCopy
Introduction .................................................................................. 7-2
Print System Requirements 7-2
What's in the Kit 7-2
Installation .................................................................................... 7-3
Flatbed Scanning ......................................................................... 7-6
ADF Scanning .............................................................................. 7-7
Memory Configuration 7-7
Procedure 7-8
Menu Configuration ................................................................... 7-10
The Copier Menu 7-10
Copy Quality Decisions 7-12
Making Changes to the CrownCopy Menu 7-13
Menu Settings 7-13
Troubleshooting ........................................................................ 7-20
Error Messages 7-20
Other Problems 7-21
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A QMS Customer Support
Sources of Support ..................................................................... A-2
Your QMS Vendor A-2
Your Application Vendor A-2
Q-FAX A-2
CompuServe A-3
Internet A-3
QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-3
QMS World-wide Offices ............................................................ A-5
Index
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Contents
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1
Memory and
Storage
In This Chapter . . .
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“Single In-Line Memory Modules” on page 1-2
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“Hard Disk Storage Options” on page 1-2
Introduction
Introduction
This chapter discusses memory and storage options available for use
with your QMS 4060 Printer.
Single In-Line Memory
Modules
Single in-line memory modules (or SIMMs) are compact circuit
boards with surface-mount memory chips. The QMS 4060 Print System base model is standard with two 16 MB SIMMs. However, it is
possible to add up to a total of 128 MB of RAM. The memory system
on the printer uses interleaved memory mapping. Because of this,
new SIMMs must be installed in matching pairs.
Additional printer memory allows you to download more fonts and
increase the printer's buffer (area where data sent from the computer
is stored while it’s waiting to be printed).
QMS requires that only QMS-certified service technicians install
memory upgrades to your QMS 4060 Print System. See appendix A,
“QMS Customer Support,” for information on how to contact QMS
National Field Service.
Hard Disk Storage Options
Hard disks provide true virtual memory as well as storage for character bitmaps, downloaded outline fonts, and other files.
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Hard Disk
Storage
Options
About Internal Hard Disks
Your QMS 4060 Print System includes an internal IDE hard disk. This
disk is used for storing system software, downloaded fonts, softloadable emulations, and spooling from the host computer.
External SCSI Hard Disks
For information on installing your external hard disk, see the documentation that comes with your hard disk.
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Note: See FAQ 7181 for a list of approved hard disks, their
manufacturers and part numbers, and the QMS products on which
they can be used. You can access QMS FAQs through the Internet at
http://www.qms.com/support/supportbase/ or through Q-FAX. (See
appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” to find out how to access
Q-FAX documents).
FAQ numbers are subject to change, so yo may want to obtain a
directory of Q-FAX documents before requesting a specific document.
Identifying Hard Disks
The hard disks are identified by their device numbers. The internal
hard disk attached has a device number of DSK7. If optional external
hard disks are attached to the printer, their device numbers can range
from DSK0 to DSK6. (DSK5 which translates to SCSI ID 5 is reserved
for the scanner). Device numbers of external disks can be set on the
back of the hard disk by the installer.
Memory and Storage
1-3
Hard Disk
Storage
Options
▲ Caution: If you connect to this printer an external hard disk you
previously used with an earlier QMS Crown printer (1660E, QMS
1725E, QMS 2025, or QMS 3225), this QMS 4060 Print System
software release will automatically reorganize the files on the hard
disk when the printer is turned back on again. (The printer release
number is listed on both the start-up and the status page.) Once this
reorganization is done, the files on the hard disk can no longer be
accessed if the hard disk is reattached to an earlier QMS Crown
printer.
This reorganization process takes time. If, when you first turn the
printer on after attaching a previously used hard disk, it does not
come on line immediately, be patient. Interrupting the reorganization
process could cause all files on the hard disk to be lost.
Turning on an External Hard Disk
For the printer to recognize one or more external hard disks, each
hard disk must be turned on before you turn on the printer. If the
printer recognizes the disk(s) and the start-up page is enabled, check
to ensure that DISK ONLINE prints on that page. If the start-up page
is not enabled, print a status page and check to see if DISK ONLINE
prints on that page. (See chapter 4, “Printer Configuration,” of the
Reference manual, for information on how to print a status page.)
If DISK ONLINE does not print, see the Operation guide, chapter 9,
the “Internal Hard Disk Problems” section, for more information.
Properly installed disks will also appear in the “Options” section, of
the start-up page (if it’s enabled) and on the status page as
%%diskx% (where x is a 7 for an internal IDE hard disk and 0 - 6
(SCSI ID 5 is reserved for the scanner) for any external SCSI hard
disks, depending on the SCSI ID set on the back of the hard disk.
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Hard Disk
Storage
Options
Configuring Hard Disks
To configure the hard disk(s) you may need to either Enable Disk
Swap or increase the Disk Cache size, dependent on your printer’s
memory.
After the Administration/Memory/Enable Disk Swap or Administration/
Memory/Disk Cache menu settings are reconfigured and the printer is
restarted, you need to print a status page to check that the Disk
Cache size is increased. (Notice that VM remaining memory is
also increased.)
Using the Disk Operations Menu
The Administration/Disk Operations menu contains all of the options
you need to format a hard disk.
Error Messages
The following two messages may appear while you are using the Disk
Operations menu.
Message
Meaning
Action
FORMAT
FAILED
The hard disk
cannot be used.
Press the Menu key to
remove the message, and
contact your QMS vendor.
WRITE ERROR
The hard disk
encountered a write
error, or there is no
room for the data on
the hard disk or in
RAM.
Press the Menu key to
remove the message, and
restart the operation from
the beginning.
Formatting a Hard Disk
You have three ways of formatting a hard disk:
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Printer configuration menu
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CrownAdmin
Memory and Storage
1-5
Hard Disk
Storage
Options
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Remote Console
Using the Printer Configuration Menu
After you have accessed the Administration/Disk Operations menu,
press the control panel keys in the order shown in the following table.
The printer responds by displaying a status message in the message
window (DSK refers to the hard disk,# is the hard disk number).
▲ Caution: Do not format the internal hard disk. It is identified by SCSI
address #7 or DSK#7. The hard disk contains all of the system code
for the printer.
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to
advance through the list of selections or options.
Press this
key ...
to ...
and the message
window reads ...
Select
Access the Disk Operations/
Format Disk menu
FORMAT DISK
Select
Access the Format Disk/Dsk#:
menu.
DSK#:
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of
attached disks.
DSK#:
Select
Select the disk and display a
format confirmation message.
ARE YOU SURE?
Select
Begin the formatting process.
FORMATTING...
While the system reboots, the hard
disk is being formatted.
Using CrownAdmin
See the QMS CrownNet System Administrator’s Guide on the QMS
Software Utilities CD-ROM or the online help for CrownAdmin for
information on how to format an external hard disk.
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Backing Up
Data to a Jaz or
Zip Drive
Using Remote Console
See “Formatting a Hard Disk” in the “Disk Operation Commands”
section of chapter 6, “Local and Remote Console,” of the Operations
manual for instructions on formatting a hard disk using a remote
console.
Backing Up Data to a Jaz or
Zip Drive
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Note: You cannot back up data to an internal or external hard disk.
Attach Jaz or Zip drive to which you’ll be backing up data to the
printer’s SCSI port or SCSI chain. Then access the Administration/
Disk Operations menu, and then press the control panel keys in the
order shown in the following table. The printer responds by displaying
a status message in the message window (DSK refers to the device,
and # is the device number).
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to
advance through the list of selections or options.
Press this
key...
to...
and the message
window reads...
Next
Advance to the Disk Operations/
Backup Hard Disk menu
DISK OPERATIONS
BACKUP HARD DISK
Select
Access the Backup Hard Disk/Dsk#:
menu.
BACKUP HARD DISK
DSK#x
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of attached
devices.
BACKUP HARD DISK
DSK#x
Select
Access the DSK#x/Full menu.
DSK#x
FULL
Next
(optional)
Access the DSK#x/Incremental menu. DSK#x
INCREMENTAL
Memory and Storage
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Backing Up
Data to a Jaz or
Zip Drive
Press this
key...
to...
and the message
window reads...
Select
Begin the backup process. The printer COPYING DATA
creates a Backup directory on the Jaz
or Zip drive to which you’re backing
data up and stores the data in that
directory.
If the drive has not already been
formatted, the printer automatically
formats it.
If the drive already has a Backup
directory, the new backed up data
overwrites the data in that directory.
If the backup requires more than one INSERT MEDIA x
Jaz or Zip drive, the message display (x is the disk number)
prompts you. Be sure to number the
drives since the restore process
requires you to use them in the proper
sequence.
You’re prompted when the backup
process has finished.
BACKUP COMPLETE
Menu
(several
times)
Exit from the configuration menu.
CONFIGURATION
ADMINISTRATION
Online
Put the printer back on line.
IDLE
Error Messages
The following error messages may appear while you are using the
Disk Operations menu:
1-8
Message
Meaning
Action
WRITE PROTECT
The drive is writeprotected.
Remove the drive’s write
protection.
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Restoring Data
from a Jaz or
Zip Drive
Restoring Data from a Jaz or
Zip Drive
Attach the Jaz or Zip drive from which you’ll be backing up data to the
printer’s SCSI port or SCSI chain. Then access the Administration/
Disk Operations menu, and then press the control panel keys in the
order shown in the following table. The printer responds by displaying
a status message in the message window (DSK refers to the device,
and # is the device number).
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to
advance through the list of selections or options.
Press this
key...
to...
and the message
window reads...
Next
Advance to the Disk Operations/
Restore Disk menu
DISK OPERATIONS
RESTORE DISK
Select
Access the Restore Disk/Dsk#: menu. RESTORE DISK
DSK#x
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of attached
devices.
RESTORE DISK
DSK#x
Select
Begin the restore process.
COPYING DATA
If the original backup required more
INSERT MEDIA x
than one Jaz or Zip drive, the message (x is the disk number)
display prompts you. Be sure to insert
the drives in the proper sequence.
You’re prompted when the backup
process has finished.
RESTORE COMPLETE
Menu
(several
times)
Exit from the configuration menu.
CONFIGURATION
ADMINISTRATION
Online
Put the printer back on line.
IDLE
Memory and Storage
1-9
Restoring Data
from a Jaz or
Zip Drive
Error Messages
The following error message may appear while you’re using the Disk
Operations menu:
Message
Meaning
Action
SEQUENTIAL
ERROR
The backup drives
have been inserted in
the wrong sequence.
Remove the drive and insert
the correct one.
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2
Optional Fonts
In This Chapter . . .
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“Optional Fonts” on page 2
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“Downloading Disk Fonts” on page 2
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“Kanji SIMM Kit” on page 3
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“ProCollection Font SIMM” on page 8
Optional Fonts
Optional Fonts
The following types of optional fonts are available for the QMS 4060
Print System:
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A disk containing typefaces (fonts) such as the ProCollection for
the HP emulations on your printer or other special fonts.
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A Kanji Option Kit that contains the Kanji SIMM.
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A SIMM containing 65 ProCollection fonts for the HP emulation
on your printer.
Downloading Disk Fonts
Optional typefaces (fonts), such as the ProCollection for the HP emulations on your printer and other special PostScript fonts, are available
as PostScript files on floppy disks for your PC. See your QMS vendor
for the available optional fonts. This section describes how to download an optional font from the floppy disk to the printer’s hard disk.
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Note: At least one optional hard disk (internal or external) must be
installed on the printer before you can download a font. If more than
one hard disk is available, the font automatically installs itself on the
disk with the most free storage space.
Once a font is downloaded, the only way to remove it is to reformat
the hard disk (Administration/Disk Operations/Format Disk menu ).
Procedure
This procedure contains the instructions for downloading the fonts
from a floppy disk onto your hard disk.
2-2
1
If necessary connect the PC to the printer’s parallel or serial
port.
2
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
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Kanji SIMM Kit
3
Insert the emulation disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and
change to that drive (for example, if you’re using the A drive,
type a:↵).
4
Send the emulation to the printer’s hard disk.
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If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port,
type
copy /b *.ps lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
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If your PC and printer are connected through the optional
serial port, type
copy /b *.ps com#
where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
5
When the downloading is complete, reboot the printer.
Kanji SIMM Kit
The QMS Kanji SIMM Kit contains a Kanji SIMM with Kanji fonts and
other files. These fonts can be printed at a variety of point sizes and
in different styles and resolutions.
Once the SIMM is installed on your QMS 4060 Print System, the
Kanji fonts are available for use just as if they were resident in the
printer.
Optional Fonts
2-3
Kanji SIMM Kit
What's in the Kit?
Your Kanji SIMM kit contains the following items:
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One anti-static wristband
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One Kanji SIMM with the following 2 Kanji fonts:
This Font
Licensed to QMS by...
Ryumin Light-KL
Gothic BBB-Medium
Morisawa and Company, Ltd.
If anything is missing, call your QMS vendor. See appendix A, “QMS
Customer Support,” for locations and telephone numbers.
Hardware Requirements
To use your QMS Kanji SIMM fonts, you need
n
A QMS Kanji SIMM Kit
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Minimum of 32 MB memory
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A Macintosh, IBM PC, or compatible computer with a Kanji
operating system and a Kanji application. See the following
section for software requirements.
Software Requirements
To use the QMS Kanji SIMM fonts, you need an application (such as a
word processing or desktop publish package) that supports both the
Kanji fonts and PostScript printing:
The following system software is also required:
Macintosh System Software
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KanjiTalk, version 1-6.0.7 or later
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System File, version 1-6.0.7 or later
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Laser Prep, version 1-6.0.1 or later
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LaserWriter, version 1-6.0.2 or later
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Kanji SIMM Kit
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Print Monitor, version 1-1.3 or later
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MultiFinder, version 1-6.1.7 or later
PC System Software
n
If you’re using Windows, version 3.1 or later
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If you’re using DOS, version 5.0 or later
The Installation Procedure
QMS requires that only QMS certified service technicians install the
Kanji SIMM on your QMS 4060 Print System. See appendix A, “QMS
Customer Support,” for information on how to contact QMS National
Field Service.
Accessing the Kanji Fonts
After installation of the Kanji SIMM and configuration of the printer,
you are ready to access the Kanji fonts. From the list of sections
below, locate the section that matches your printer environment, and
follow the instructions to access the Kanji fonts.
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“If You are Using a Macintosh” on page 5
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“If You are Using Windows” on page 7
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“If You are Using DOS” on page 7
If You are Using a Macintosh
For your Macintosh system, you will need to install the bitmapped
screen fonts and Kanji APD and PPD files. The bitmapped screen
fonts display an image of how a printed typeface looks, and they also
provide metrics information used by the application to determine
which outline font to used when formatting text.
Optional Fonts
2-5
Kanji SIMM Kit
Install the Screen Fonts
Install the bitmapped screen fonts from the floppy disk to your Macintosh as follows:
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Note: Make sure that the bitmapped screen fonts disk is copied only
to the KanjiTalk System Folder. If bitmapped fonts are installed in
another folder, they will not appear in your application.
1
Insert the bitmapped screen fonts disk into the Macintosh
computer’s disk drive.
2
If you are using System 6, install the fonts using normal Macintosh procedures for Font/DA Mover.
If you are using System 7 or System 8, select the fonts from the
floppy disk and drag the fonts to the Fonts folder in the System
folder.
3
Restart your Macintosh.
Add the Printer Description File
Most Macintosh applications obtain font information from the printer.
But applications such as Adobe Separator, QuarkXPress, and Aldus
PageMaker, refer to the font list of the PPD file for font information.
1
Replace the APD and PPD files you installed when you purchased your QMS printer.
Follow the instructions in your application documentation or in
your printer user’s guide “Printer Description Files” section.
Download the JFontPrep File
When downloading Adobe Type Library or Morisawa Type Library
Kanji fonts, you need to also download the JFontPrep file.
1
Access the Administration/Emulation/PostScript/Emulation
Level and select Level 2.
See chapter 4, “Printer Configuration,” in the Reference manual
for detailed printer configuration information.
2
2-6
Open PS Exec on your computer.
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Kanji SIMM Kit
3
From the File menu, choose Download PS File.
4
Choose JFontPrep, click Send, and then download to the
printer.
Note: The JFontPrep PostScript file is automatically downloaded
to RAM. The Japanese PostScript fonts are downloaded to disk.
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5
When the Status window is gone, close PS Exec.
6
Download the font(s). See the Adobe Type Library User’s
Guide for instructions on downloading fonts.
▲
Caution: Do not select Clear Font Cache in the Disk menu even
though the Adobe/Morisawa Type Library User’s Guide states
that you should select this option, it could cause your printer to
lock up.
7
After downloading the fonts, if necessary, reset Emulation
Level to its initial value.
8
Turn the printer off and then back on again.
If You are Using Windows
Make sure that you have the correct version of the system software
for running Kanji. Install the QMS Windows driver using the instructions given in the README.TXT file on the Windows Drivers disk.
If You are Using DOS
To run a Japanese application in the DOS environment, you need
MS-DOS/V 5.0J. Most major Japanese word processing applications
are available for the DOS/V environment.
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Note: Not all Japanese applications for the DOS/V environment
support PostScript printing.
Optional Fonts
2-7
ProCollection
Font SIMM
ProCollection Font SIMM
The QMS ProCollection SIMM Kit contains a ProCollection SIMM with
65 ProCollection fonts and other files.
Once the SIMM is installed on your QMS 4060 Print System, the ProCollection fonts are available for use just as if they were resident in
the printer.
The Installation Procedure
QMS requires that only QMS-certified service technicians install the
ProCollection SIMM on your QMS 4060 Print System. See appendix
A, “QMS Customer Support,” for information on how to contact QMS
National Field Service.
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3
Optional
Interfaces
In This Chapter . . .
n
“Optional Network Interface” on page 3-2
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“Optional LocalTalk Interface” on page 3-4
n
“Using the Optional LocalTalk Interface” on page 3-5
n
“Optional Serial Interface” on page 3-16
Optional
Network
Interface
Optional Network Interface
In addition to the two standard interfaces (CrownNet for Ethernet and
Centronics/IEEE 1284 parallel) your printer supports optional interfaces such as DECnet-TCP/IP, IBM 3270/5250A, and Token-Ring.
Additional interface options allow greater flexibility when working in a
complex network environment.
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Note: The LocalTalk network or single Macintosh interface
information is contained in the “Using the Optional LocalTalk
Interface” section, and the serial interface information is contained in
the “Optional Serial Interface” on page 3-16, later in this chapter.
An optional network interface may be installed in the optional interface opening on the back of the printer. This opening is to the left of
the other interface ports and it is covered with a rectangular metal
plate.
The printer’s simultaneous interface operation (SIO) allows the
optional interfaces to be active at the same time as the other ports. In
other words, your printer can communicate through up to five ports
with five host computers or computer networks. One host can interface through the parallel port, one through the optional serial port,
one through the Ethernet port, and one through the optional interface
port. See your QMS vendor for a list of available optional network
interfaces available.
Optional Network Interface Assembly Kit
The optional network interface assembly kit includes the following:
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A network interface card (NIC)
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Network interface documentation
The kit may also include additional parts not required for network
interface installation on this printer.
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Using an
Optional
Network
Interface
Installing an Optional Network Interface
QMS requires that only QMS-certified service technicians install the
optional network interface on your QMS 4060 Print System. See
appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for information on how to contact QMS National Field Service.
Using an Optional Network
Interface
Once an optional network interface is installed, refer to the following
for more information:
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Chapter 4, “Connecting to an Ethernet Network,” in the Getting
Started manual provides information on connecting to the network, installing the software, and configuring the interface and the
network. Chapter 2, “Printer Configuration,” of QMS CrownNet
Interface System Administrator’s Guide (on the QMS Software
Utilities CD-ROM), provides information on setting the Ethernet
interface parameters. Chapter 5,“Additional Technical Information,” of the Reference manual contains a full discussion of the
PS Protocol option that appears in the Administration/Communications/CrownNet menu.
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The documentation provided with the optional network interface
contains information about all other options in the new network
interface menu as well as instructions for connecting the printer to
the network and for printing over the network.
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Your application and network documentation contain information
on printing over the network.
Setting Optional Interface Parameters
If you install an optional network interface such as Ethernet or TokenRing, the appropriate interface and its options will be listed in the
Administration/Communications/CrownNet menu. The documentation
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Optional
LocalTalk
Interface
provided with the interface contains complete configuration information.
Optional LocalTalk Interface
In addition to the two standard interfaces—parallel and Ethernet—the
QMS 4060 Print System supports an optional Ethernet network,
Token-Ring network, LocalTalk network, or a single Macintosh interface.
An optional interface may be installed in the optional interface opening on the back of the printer. This opening is to the left of the other
interface ports and it is covered with a rectangular metal plate.
Optional LocalTalk Interface Assembly Kit
The optional network interface assembly kit includes the following:
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A LocalTalk interface card
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LocalTalk interface notice
The kit may also include additional parts not required for interface
installation on this printer.
Installing an Optional LocalTalk Interface
QMS requires that only QMS-certified service technicians install the
optional LocalTalk interface on your QMS 4060 Print System. See
appendix A,“QMS Customer Support,” for information on how to contact QMS National Field Service.
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QMS 4060 Print System Options
Using the
Optional
LocalTalk
Interface
Using the Optional LocalTalk
Interface
Connecting to the optional LocalTalk interface involves basically three
steps: assembling the proper interface cabling (use a LocalTalk-type
kit such as Netopia PhoneNET, available from your QMS vendor),
making the connection, and making sure the necessary printing files
are installed on the Macintosh.
The optional LocalTalk interface is used to print if
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Your host is any member of the Apple Macintosh family. The
instructions in this chapter explain how to connect a Macintosh
(via either a direct connection or through a LocalTalk network
connection) to the QMS 4060 Print System.
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Your host is an IBM PC or compatible microcomputer, workstation, minicomputer, or mainframe computer that connects through
a print network (such as AppleShare) using LocalTalk-type connectors and boxes.
If you’re connecting to a host such as these, you may need additional hardware or software. See your host or network documentation for details specific to your setup.
Interface
Interface is the point at which two elements connect so they can work
together. Printer-host interface is the way a printer connects to and
works with a host (for example, a microcomputer, minicomputer,
mainframe computer, or a network), and it involves both hardware
and software. The way your printer interfaces with a host depends on
many things, including host type, host ports available, interface
cabling, application software, printer emulations, and printer drivers.
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Using the
Optional
LocalTalk
Interface
Macintosh Interface Cabling
To connect your printer to a single Macintosh, you must have
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Two PhoneNET-type transformer boxes: one with a DIN-8 connector for the printer port and one with a DIN-8 connector for the
Macintosh port
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An RJ11 (telephone) cable
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Two terminating resistors to close the open sockets left in the
transformer boxes after the connection is made
Note: For cable pinout information check the “Cable Pinouts” section
of appendix B in the Reference manual.
If you’re replacing a printer already connected to a Macintosh, you
probably already have this equipment.
If you’re connecting the printer to an AppleTalk network with more
than one Macintosh, see your PhoneNET and Macintosh documentation for more information.
Printer
DIN-8 Female Port
Host
DIN-8 Female Port
Transformer Boxes
RJ-11 Cable
Terminating Resistors
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Using the
Optional
LocalTalk
Interface
Making the Connection
Use the following procedure to connect your printer to the Macintosh.
▲ Caution: Turn off both the printer and the Macintosh before making
the connection.
1
Plug the connector from one transformer box into the
printer’s LocalTalk port.
2
Plug the connector from the other transformer box into the
Macintosh printer port.
3
Connect the two transformer boxes with the telephone cable.
4
Put terminating resistors in all open sockets in the connector boxes.
This ensures proper communication and helps speed up transmission.
5
Turn on the printer.
A start-up page should print if it has not been disabled.
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Macintosh
Printing
Software
Macintosh Printing Software
If you’re replacing a PostScript printer, you can probably start printing
now with the printing software already in place. Refer to your application documentation for instructions on sending documents to the
printer.
However, if you want to be able to use all your printer’s special features or if you’ve never printed to a PostScript printer before, we recommend you take a few minutes to make sure you have the following
printing software installed:
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QMS Macintosh Utilities
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The 4060 PPD file
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Application-specific printer files
Installing Macintosh Utilities
QMS Macintosh Utilities are utilities for controlling the printer from the
Macintosh. It is included on the QMS Software Utilities CD-ROM
shipped with your printer.
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1
With the Macintosh on, insert the QMS Software Utilities CDROM in your Macintosh’s CD-ROM drive.
2
If necessary, double-click the CD-ROM icon to display the
CD-ROM contents.
3
Double-click the PLATFORM folder icon to display the folder
contents.
4
Double-click the MAC folder icon to display the folder contents.
5
Double-click the UTILS folder icon to display the folder contents.
6
Double-click the UTILS installer icon.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Macintosh
Printing
Software
7
In the dialog box that appears, verify the Install location.
To change the Install Location you can either use the drop-down
list box to display and select the appropriate disk, or you can
choose the Switch Disk button to scroll through the available disks.
8
Also in the dialog box, choose Easy Install or Custom Install.
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Easy Install automatically installs all of the utilities, including
the PDF, PDX, and PPD files and the screen fonts.
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Custom Install allows you to choose the options you want to
install. The amount of available space on your Macintosh
hard disk and the amount of space necessary for all of the
selected options are indicated near the bottom of the window.
Note: If you're using Custom Install, you can click the small
icon (it looks like a capital I inside a square) to the right of
each install option for more information about that option.
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9
Choose the Install button to begin.
Installation takes approximately one minute. The Installer places
all of the options inside a newly created PSExec ƒ folder in the
location you chose in step 7.
10 When the installation is finished, you're prompted to choose
either Continue to install additional options from the Custom
installation option or Quit to exit the Utils installer program.
Installing the 4060 4.x PPD
The QMS 4060 Print System 4.x PPD (a printer description file)
allows you to take advantage of printer-features like multiple-resolution printing and collation that are not available through LaserWriter
8.x alone.
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Note: If you have problems printing with LaserWriter 8.x, reinstall the
LaserWriter 7.x driver that came with your Macintosh (if available), or
call the QMS Customer Response Center (CRC). See appendix A,
“QMS Customer Support,” for a list of telephone numbers.
1
If you haven't already, follow the instructions given above in
“Installing Macintosh Utilities.”
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Macintosh
Printing
Software
2
If necessary, create a Printer Descriptions folder:
System 7 users—Create a folder called Printer Descriptions
inside the Extensions folder inside the System Folder.
System 6 users—Create a folder called Printer Descriptions
inside the System Folder.
3
Open the 4.x PPDs folder inside the PSExec 3.xx ƒ Folder.
4
Select the QMS 4060 Print System PDF, and drag it to the
Printer Descriptions folder.
5
From the Apple menu, choose Chooser.
6
In the Chooser window, select the LaserWriter 8.x icon and
select QMS 4060.
7
Choose the Setup button.
This causes the LaserWriter to query the printer and automatically choose the appropriate PPD.
8
Exit from the Chooser.
Now, when you open your application, you can access QMS printing options by choosing Options in your application’s Print dialog
box. Choose Help in the Options dialog box for information on
these options.
Installing Application-Specific Printer Files
If you plan to print from Aldus or Adobe PageMaker, Aldus FreeHand,
Aldus PrePrint, Adobe Separator, or QuarkXPress, you’ll also want to
install the latest printer description file (PPD, PDX, or PDF) for your
particular software. You can probably print without this file, but you
may not be able to access all of your printer’s features, and you may
get an error message telling you to change the printer name.
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Note: The application (PageMaker, FreeHand, PrePrint, Separator, or
QuarkXPress) should be installed before you install the printer
description file(s).
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If you haven't already, follow the instructions given above in
“Installing Macintosh Utilities.”
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Macintosh
Printing
Software
2
Install the appropriate printer description file(s) for your
application from 4.x PPDs, PDFs, or PDXs folder in the
PSExec 3.xx folder:
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If you use Adobe Separator, install the PPD file. Your Separator documentation explains where to put it.
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If you use QuarkXPress, install the PDF in the same folder
as QuarkXPress. Check your QuarkXPress documentation
for details.
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If you use Adobe PageMaker 5.x, install the version 4.x
PPD in the Printer Descriptions folder.
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If you use Aldus PageMaker 4.x, install the version 3.0 PPD
and PDX files in the PPDs folder in the Aldus folder in the
System Folder.
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If you use Aldus FreeHand 4.x, install the version 4.x PPD
in the Printer Descriptions folder.
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If you use Aldus FreeHand 3.x, install the version 3.0 PPD
and PDX files in the PPDs folder in the Aldus folder in the
System Folder.
Note: Version 3 PPDs are not installed automatically through
the PS Exec Easy Install procedure. You must use the
Custom Install procedure. Refer to the PS Exec installation
instructions at the very beginning of this section.
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If you use Aldus PrePrint, install the version 3.0 PPD and
PDX files in the PPDs folder in the Aldus folder in the System
Folder.
Note: Version 3 PPDs are not installed automatically through
the PS Exec Easy Install procedure. You must use the
Custom Install procedure. Refer to the PS Exec installation
instructions at the very beginning of this section.
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If you use QuarkXPress, install the 4060 PDFs in the same
folder as QuarkXPress. While Quark-XPress 3.3 allows you
to access either PDFs or PPDs. To select the PDFs, go to the
Page Setup dialog box in QuarkXPress, and hold down the
Shift key while clicking the Printer Type list box. (The italicized
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Macintosh
Printing
Software
selections are PPDs, and the non-italicized selections are
PDFs.) See your QuarkXPress documentation for more information.
Testing Macintosh Communication
You can check communication between the printer selected in the
Chooser and the Macintosh by sending a file to the printer from an
application (see your application documentation for more information)
or by printing a directory, as described here:
1
Display a disk or folder window.
2
Set up page information.
Choose Page Setup from the File menu. Select paper size, printing orientation, and any other necessary options. Then select OK.
3
Print a directory or a window.
a
Choose Print Directory or Print Window from the File menu. A
dialog box appears.
b
Select the printing options you want; then click OK. If no page
prints, check chapter 9,“Troubleshooting Printer Problems,” of
the Operation guide.
Printing from the Macintosh
You're now ready to print from your Macintosh. From this point, you'll
probably perform most printing tasks from your application. For specific information, check the printing section in your application documentation.
For information on print media types and sizes, see chapter 2, “Print
Media,” in the Reference guide.
A Note for Users of Aldus Applications’
If you use an Aldus application (or one that used to be owned by
Aldus, such as Adobe PageMaker or MacroMedia FreeHand), when
you want to print, hold down the Option key while selecting Print from
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Macintosh
Printing
Software
the File menu. This brings up the LaserWriter windows, which contains the QMS printing options. Normally, Aldus applications bypass
LaserWriter and use an Aldus printer driver, which prevents you from
accessing QMS printing options.
A Note for Users of Adobe PhotoShop
If you use Adobe PhotoShop, go to PhotoShop’s Page Setup dialog
box, and select Use Printer’s Default Screen under the Screens
option. This allows your choices in the QMS driver to take effect.
Setting LocalTalk Interface Parameters
Use the Administration/Communications/LocalTalk menu to set the
LocalTalk interface values used for printer-host communication.
Mode
Enables or disables the communication interface.
Menu
Choices
Administration/Communications/LocalTalk/Mode
Enabled—Establishes one-way LocalTalk
communication from the host to the printer.
Disabled—Turns off the LocalTalk interface, and the
printer stops accepting LocalTalk interface print jobs.
Default
Enabled
Notes
The printer must be restarted for changes to the Mode
menu to take effect. Changing the Mode setting will
cause the REBOOT NOW? prompt to appear. Your can
either choose to restart the printer now and this change
takes effect immediately or you can manually restart the
printer and have this change take effect later.
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Macintosh
Printing
Software
Min K Spool
Sets the minimum number of kilobytes of system memory allocated to
theLocalTalk interface.
Menu
Administration/Communications/LocalTalk/Min K Spool
Choices
00000-99999
Default
00015
Notes
This value must be less than K Mem For Spool
(Administration/Memory menu).
A 00000 value does not turn off the spooling buffer for
the LocalTalk interface. If the value is set to 00000, the
printer calculates the Min K Spool automatically at
initialization.
The printer is immediately restarted when a change is
made to this option. (For example, change the value to
35, press the Select key, and the menu changes to
LocalTalk. Press the Online key and the printer
automatically reboots.)
Connection
Allows you to enable or disable print spooling.
Menu
Choices
Administration/Communications/LocalTalk/Connection
Conventional—Allows one LocalTalk connection and
accepts only one print job at a time. If two users send
print jobs to the printer, the workstation belonging to
the first user is unavailable until the first job has been
printed, and the workstation belonging to the second
user is unavailable until both jobs have been printed.
Spool—Allows multiple LocalTalk connections and
accepts (spools) more than one print job at a time.
Workstations are available while jobs are printing.
Both—Allows both single and multiple LocalTalk
connections.
Default
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Conventional
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Macintosh
Printing
Software
PS Protocol
Sets the binary communication protocol (BCP) for communicating
over a LocalTalk interface to a PostScript printer. See chapter 5,
“Additional Technical Information,” in the Reference manual for a full
discussion of PS Protocol.
Menu
Administration/Communications/LocalTalk/PS Protocol
Choices
Normal—Enables standard, ASCII (7-bit) hex protocol.
Data is sent and received in ASCII format. This mode is
recommended if you do not print binary data. It was
designed for data in the printable ASCII range. Print
jobs can change this setting through PostScript
operators.
Normal Fixed—Enables standard, ASCII (7-bit) hex
protocol. Print jobs cannot change this setting through
PostScript operators.
Binary—Enables binary communications protocol
(BCP). Print jobs can change this setting through
PostScript operators. Data in the printable ASCII range
also prints.
Binary Fixed—Enables binary fixed communications
protocol (BCP). Print jobs cannot alter change this
setting through PostScript operators. Data in the
printable ASCII range also prints.
Default
Normal
Notes
See chapter 5, “Additional Technical Information,” of the
Reference manual for a full discussion of PS Protocol.
Def Job Prio
Allows you to specify which jobs are printed first, according to the
interface through which they are received, when jobs are received
simultaneously. In other words, you can give jobs received via the
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Optional Serial
Interface
LocalTalk interface priority over jobs received via the parallel or
optional serial interface.
Menu
Administration/Communications/LocalTalk/Def Job Prio
Choices
001-100 (highest-lowest priority)
Default
001 (highest priority)
Optional Serial Interface
What's in the Serial Interface Kit
The optional serial interface assembly kit includes the following:
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Serial interface with ribbon cable attached
Installing an Optional Serial Interface
QMS requires that only QMS-certified service technicians install the
optional serial interface on your QMS 4060 Print System. See appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for information on how to contact
QMS National Field Service.
Serial Interface
Connecting your printer to a PC via the optional serial port involves
assembling the proper interface cabling, making the connection, and
installing the necessary PC printing software.
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Note: The serial interface is an option which must be purchased
through QMS. See appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for a list of
locations and telephone numbers.
Before Making a Serial Connection
If you have a new PC and it has not been connected yet, before connecting the printer to the PC, you should follow the manufacturer’s
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Optional Serial
Interface
instructions for setting up the PC and installing (if necessary) any
operating system software, such as DOS and/or Windows.
What You Need for a Serial Interface
Interface cables are not included with your printer. If you’re replacing
a printer, you may already have the necessary cables. If not, you’ll
need to purchase the cables from your QMS vendor or a local computer store.
To connect your printer to a single PC, you need a serial cable with
either a 9- or 25-pin connector (depending on your PC’s serial port)
and a 9- or 25-pin null modem assembly to connect to the serial
cable. Depending on the type of null modem assembly you have, you
may also need a 9-to-25-pin adapter. See your cable vendor for more
specific cable assembly information.
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Note: See the “Cable Pinouts” section of appendix B, in the
Reference guide for cable pinout specifications.
How to Choose a Serial Cable
If the printer is more than about 6.5 feet/2 meters from the PC, we
recommend using a serial cable for better communication. For best
results, the serial cable should be less than 25 feet/7.6 meters long.
Making the Connection
▲ Caution: If you’re connecting the printer to a single PC via the serial
interface, turn off both systems first.
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Serial cable
a
Connect the serial cable (with the null modem adapter
attached) to the PC’s 9- or 25-pin male serial port.
b
Connect the other end of the cable to the printer’s serial
port (labeled “SERIAL”).
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Optional Serial
Interface
c
Tighten the screws.
To Computer
To Printer
9-pin Female
Or
9-pin Female
25-pin Female
4
Turn on both the printer and the PC.
A start-up page should print and Serial RS-232C should be listed
with the interfaces. If it doesn’t, see the “Printer Problem Checklist” in chapter 9, “Troubleshooting Printer Problems,” of the Operation guide.
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Test communication between the printer and the PC.
You can do this by sending a file from one of your applications, or
you can see, “Testing Communication” in chapter 9, “Troubleshooting Printer Problems,” of the Operation guide.
PC Printing Software
If you're replacing a PostScript printer, you can probably start printing
now with the printing software already in place. Refer to your application documentation for instructions on sending documents to the
printer.
However, if you want to be able to use all your printer's special features (like collation, 600x600 dpi), or if you've never printed to a PostScript printer before, we recommend you take a few minutes to make
sure you have the following printing software installed:
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A PostScript printer driver
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Optional Serial
Interface
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Printer description files (if you use QuarkXPress 3.3, Aldus PageMaker, or Adobe PhotoShop)
Installing a PostScript Printer Driver
If you're using Windows, we recommend that you install the
QMS-developed Windows driver, which is on the disk called Windows
Drivers (shipped with the printer). Instructions for installing and activating the driver are included in the readme file which accompanies
the driver software.
If you're using a non-Windows application, read the printing section of the application documentation for information on choosing a
PostScript driver. If the application does not provide a PostScript
driver, contact the application manufacturer to see if one has become
available since you bought the program. Also, PostScript drivers for
some applications are available through the QMS bulletin board and
through CompuServe; see appendix A,“QMS Customer Support,” for
information.
Also, check to see if application notes (tips for printing from specific
applications) are available for your application from Q-FAX, the QMS
bulletin board, or CompuServe. appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” explains how to use these QMS information services.
Printer Description Files
Printer description files for Windows applications are included on the
QMS-developed Windows Drivers disk shipped with your printer.
If you use the QuarkXPress 3.3, after you install the QMS driver for
Windows, install the QMS 4060 PDF according to the instructions in
your QuarkXPress documentation for installing PDFs.
If you use PageMaker 5.x, use the version 4 PPD on our Windows
Drivers disk. If you experience problems using our Windows driver
with this application, refer to chapter 9, the“Windows Driver Problems” section, in the Operation guide for more information.
If you use Adobe Photoshop, for best output quality use the QMSdeveloped Windows driver. Then, so that choices in the QMS driver
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Interface
take effect, go to PhotoShop’s Page Setup dialog box, and select Use
Printer’s Default Screen under the Screens option.
Printing from the PC
You're now ready to print from your PC. From this point, you'll probably perform most printing tasks from your application. For specific
information, check the printing section in your application documentation.
For information on print media types and sizes, see chapter 2, “Print
Media,” in the Reference guide.
Setting Serial Interface Parameters
Use the Administration/Communications/Serial menu to set the serial
interface communication values used for printer-host communication.
Mode
Enables or disables the serial port.
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Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Mode
Choices
Interactive—Establish two-way communication between
the host and the printer.
Noninteractive—Establish one-way communication
from the host to the printer.
Disabled—Turn off serial communication with the host.
The printer stops accepting print jobs over the serial
interface.
Default
Interactive
Notes
The printer must be restarted for changes to the Mode
menu to take effect. You can either let the printer restart
automatically after you save the change and exit the
Configuration menu, or you can wait for the change to
take effect the next time you manually turn on the
printer.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Optional Serial
Interface
Emulation
Sets the serial interface emulation.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Emulation
Choices
ESP, Hexdump, PostScript, PCL5, HPGL, Lineprinter
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Default
Note: Other optional emulations such as, TIFF,
CAL, CCITT, and LN03 also appear, if installed.
ESP
Minimum Number of Kilobytes for Spooling
Sets the minimum number of kilobytes of system memory allocated to
the serial interface.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Min K Spool
Choices
00000-99999
Default
00015
Notes
This value must be less than K Mem For Spool.
A 00000 value does not turn off the spooling buffer for
the serial interface. If the value is set to 00000, the
printer calculates the Min K Spool automatically at
initialization.
The printer must be restarted for changes to the Min K
Spool menu to take effect. You can either let the printer
restart automatically after you save the change and exit
the Configuration menu, or you can wait for the change
to take effect the next time you manually turn on the
printer.
Spooling Timeout
Sets the number of seconds the interface waits for data from the host
before terminating a spooled print job.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Spool Timeout
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Optional Serial
Interface
Choices
00000-99999
Default
00030
End Job Mode
Enables (and identifies an end-of-job sequence) or disables data
stream sensing for the end-of-document (EOD) command.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/End Job Mode
Choices
None—The printer recognizes only the PostScript ^D
command.
QMS EOD—The printer recognizes only the QMS
%%EndOfDocument command.
HP EOD—The printer recognizes only the HP
<ESC>%12345X command.
Default
None
Notes
See chapter 5, “Additional Technical Information,” in the
Reference guide for details on how to implement this
feature on your QMS 4060 Print System.
Default Job Priority
Allows you to specify which jobs are printed first, according to the
interface through which they are received, when jobs are received
simultaneously. For example, you can give jobs received via the serial
interface priority over jobs received via the parallel and Ethernet interfaces.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Def Job Prio
Choices
001-100 (highest-lowest priority)
Default
001 (highest priority)
Baud Rate
Sets the rate data is transmitted (bits per second) over the serial interface.
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Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Baud Rate
Choices
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Optional Serial
Interface
Default
9600
Notes
Baud rates of 19200 and 38400 require hardware flow
control (Administration/Communications/Serial/Hdwe
Flow Ctl menu).
Parity
Sets the check bit used to identify data transmission errors.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Parity
Choices
None, Odd, Even
Default
None
Notes
The printer’s parity setting must match that of the host
or application.
Use the Administration/Communications/Serial/Ignore
Parity menu to specify how the printer handles parity
errors.
Ignore Parity Errors
Specifies how the printer should handle parity errors.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Ignore Parity
Choices
Off—Ignore parity errors. The printer prints its best
interpretation of the character(s) affected by the error.
On—Don’t ignore parity errors. The printer replaces the
character(s) affected by the error with a question mark.
Default
Off
Notes
Use the Administration/Communications/Serial/Parity
menu to set parity.
Receive Software Flow Control
Sets the software communication protocol used by the printer to control communication from the host computer.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Rcv Sw Flow Ctl
Choices
ETX/ACK, Robust XON/XOFF, None, XON/XOFF
Default
XON/XOFF
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Interface
Transmit Software Flow Control
Sets the software communication protocol used by the host computer
to control communication with the printer.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Xmit Sw Flow
Ctl
Choices
ETX/ACK, None, XON/XOFF
Default
None
Data Bits
Sets the number of data bits transmitted per character.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Data Bits
Choices
7 Bits, 8 Bits
Default
8 Bits
Stop Bits
Sets the number of stop bits transmitted per character.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Stop Bits
Choices
1 Bit, 2 Bits
Default
1 Bit
Hardware Flow Control
Controls the flow of data between the printer and the host.
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Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/Hdwe Flow Ctl
Choices
DSR POL
DSR
DTR POL
DTR
RTS
CTS
Normal, reverse
Off, on
Normal, reverse
Off, on
Off, on
Off, on
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Optional Serial
Interface
Defaults
DSR POL
DSR
DTR POL
DTR
RTS
CTS
Notes
If the host uses hardware flow control, set this option to
match the type used by the host.
However, to download printer system software to the
system disk via the serial port and the cable pinouts
must be connected as shown in appendix B, “Technical
Specifications,” of the Reference guide
Normal
Off
Normal
On
Off
Off
PS Protocol
Sets the binary communications protocol (BCP) for communicating
over a serial interface to a PostScript printer.
Menu
Administration/Communications/Serial/PS Protocol
Choices
Normal—Enables standard, ASCII (7-bit) hex protocol.
Data is sent and received in ASCII format. This mode is
recommended if you do not print binary data. It was
designed for data in the printable ASCII range. Print
jobs can change this setting through PostScript
operators.
Normal Fixed—Enables standard, ASCII (7-bit) hex
protocol. Print jobs cannot change this setting through
PostScript operators.
Binary—Enables binary communications protocol
(BCP). Print jobs can change this setting through
PostScript operators. Data in the printable ASCII range
also prints.
Binary Fixed—Enables binary fixed communications
protocol (BCP). Print jobs cannot alter change this
setting through PostScript operators. Data in the
printable ASCII range also prints.
Optional Interfaces
3-25
Optional Serial
Interface
Default
Normal
Notes
See chapter 5, “Additional Technical Information,”in the
Reference guide for a full discussion of PS Protocol.
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QMS 4060 Print System Options
4
Optional
Emulations
In This Chapter . . .
n
“Softloadable Emulations” on page 4-2
n
“Emulation Configuration” on page 4-5
Softloadable
Emulations
Softloadable Emulations
Optional emulations, such as ImageServer, LN03 Plus, QUIC II,
CGM, QFORM, and XES are available as PostScript files on floppy
disks for your PC.Contact QMS for the available optional emulations.
This section describes how to download an optional emulation to the
printer’s hard disk. See your emulation documentation on the latest
and more complete information on downloading and configuring
optional emulations.
»
Note: QMS recommends that you have at least 1 MB of memory
above the base configuration and that you add that memory to the K
Mem Emulation memory client. This will ensure that the printer will be
able to run the emulation without slowing down performance.
Some optional emulations (LN03 Plus, QUIC II, and ImageServer)
are equipped with their own removal files. To remove an emulation
(for example, QUIC II emulation) from a printer, send its removal file
(for example, quic2del.ps) to the printer via serial/parallel/network
interface. The procedure for downloading an emulation or emulation
removal file via the serial/parallel/network interface is the same as
downloading the emulation.
»
Note: As soon as the removal file is sent, the printer will generate a
message to indicate the removal of the emulation. Also, the printer
will then perform a self-reboot to refresh the print system.
However, if the emulation does not have a removal file, the emulation
can be removed by reformatting the hard disk of the printer from the
following menu option: (Administration/Disk Operations/Format Disk).
Procedure for Downloading an Emulation
»
Note: QUIC II fonts have to be downloaded together with its system
file. DO NOT use the QUIC II emulation without downloading its
required fonts.
Via a Parallel or Serial Interface
1
4-2
If necessary, connect the PC to the printer’s parallel or serial
port.
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Softloadable
Emulations
2
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
3
Insert the emulation disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and
change to that drive (for example, if you’re using the A drive,
type a:↵).
4
Send the emulation to the printer’s hard disk.
n
If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port,
type
copy /b *.ps lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
n
If your PC and printer are connected through the optional
serial port, type
copy /b *.ps com#
where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
5
When the downloading is complete, reboot the printer.
The emulation is ready to be used.
Via an Ethernet Interface
»
Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX
workstation) must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/
IP and have valid IP addresses.
1
If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS.
2
Insert the emulation disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and
change to that drive (for example, if you’re using the A drive,
type a:↵).
3
If you want to download the emulation from a UNIX workstation, copy the installation file from your PC to a temporary
directory on your workstation.
4
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
Optional Emulations
4-3
Softloadable
Emulations
5
Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one
of the following commands:
ftp printername↵
ftp ipaddress↵
6
(for example, ftp pctdev6↵)
(for example, ftp 161.33.130.45↵)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter.
An ftp> prompt displays.
7
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing
bin↵
8
At the ftp> prompt, send the emulation file to the printer’s
hard disk by typing
put filename.ps↵
where filename is the name of the installation file.
The printer’s message window reads 1 Active Job, and the
Disk light flashes to indicate that the emulation is being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the emulation has finished loading.
9
At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing
quit↵
10 When the Disk light stops flashing and the printer’s message
window reads Idle for at least 30 seconds, turn the printer
off and then on again.
11 When the printer’s message window reads Idle again, the
emulation is ready to use.
The emulation should be listed in the Options section of the
printer’s start-up page, in the Administration/Emulation printer’s
configuration menu, and on the advanced status page.
»
4-4
Note: You may want to erase any installation files left on your PC
(and/or workstation), and then remove any temporary directories.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Emulation
Configuration
Emulation Configuration
When an emulation has been downloaded to the printer’s hard disk
and the printer has been rebooted, the emulation will show up on the
printer status page and in the configuration menu. Refer to the manuals provided with the emulation for configuration options for CALS
(ImageServer), TIFF (ImageServer), CGM, LN03 Plus, and QUIC II.
Use the Administration/Emulations menu to set the parameters for the
available printer emulations. Optional emulations appear only if
installed.
»
Note: To choose an emulation or ESP for a particular interface, use
the appropriate interface menu in the Administration/Communications
menu.
v
Optional Emulations
4-5
5
New System
Software
In This Chapter . . .
n
“Updating System Software” on page 6-2
n
“Procedure—Macintosh Users” on page 6-3
n
“Procedure—PC Users—Parallel and Serial” on page 6-5
n
“Downloading the System Software—Ethernet” on page 6-8
Updating
System
Software
Updating System Software
The system software in your QMS 4060 Print System is stored on the
internal hard disk. This allows you to update the system software
without opening up the printer and installing new PROMs. Updated
system software allows you to take advantage of future enhancements to the printer.
»
Note: The software loadable system mentioned in this section does
not modify the code used by QMS CrownNet interface cards.
Use the Administration/Miscellaneous/New System Image menu to
update the system software (image on the hard disk).
Menu
Administration/Miscellaneous/New System Image
Choices
Yes—Download new system code
No—Don’t download new system code
Default
No
Passwords and Updated System Software
When print system software is updated, any passwords you've set for
the Operator Control and Administration menus are lost. To reset
these passwords, refer to chapter 6, “Security Key” on page 6-55.
5-2
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Updating
System
Software
Requirements
The following table describes the minimum requirements needed to
download system software to your QMS 4060 Print System.
Downloading Macintosh
via:
PC - Parallel PC - Serial
Ethernet
Free hard
disk space
needed on
host
computer
Minimum
4.5 MB
Minimum
4.5 MB
Minimum
4.5 MB
Minimum
4.5 MB
Notes
Requires
connection
from Macintosh serial
port to
serial port
of printer.
Cable must
be wired as
null modem
or null
modem
adaptor
attached.
Recommended
method for
downloading
from an IBM
or compatible PC.
Fastest
download
method.
No additional cables
or changes
of port settings
required.
For use
when parallel method is
unavailable.
Requires null
modem
cable (see
appendix B
for cable
information).
Requires
that your
printer and
your PC
(or UNIX
workstation) be
connected
to an
Ethernet
network
running
TCP/IP
and have
valid IP
addresses.
Procedure—Macintosh Users
About the SystemLoader Application
The SystemLoader application is used to download printer system
software from a Macintosh to the printer. It must be decompressed
from four Macintosh disks onto your Macintosh’s hard disk before it
can be used.
New System Software
5-3
Updating
System
Software
Decompressing the SystemLoader Application
The SystemLoader application comes on two disks. Before you can
update the printer’s system software, you must decompress the files
on the disks. Use the following procedure:
1
Create a new folder on the Macintosh.
2
Insert disk 1 into the floppy disk drive.
3
Double-click the SystemLoader.1 file icon.
The UnStuffIt application starts up, decompresses the SYSTEMLOADER.1, SYSTEMLOADER.2, SYSTEMLOADER.3, and
SYSTEMLOADER.4 files, and joins them to create the SystemLoader application.
Downloading the System Software
After you have decompressed the SystemLoader application, as
described in the previous section, use the following procedure to
update the system software in system memory.
1
Connect the Macintosh to the printer’s serial port.
You can use either the printer or modem port on the Macintosh.
However, the modem port provides the fastest download. Refer to
appendix B, “Technical Specifications,” of the Reference manual
for a pinout description of the cable needed.
2
Turn on the printer, wait for IDLE to appear in the message
window, and then print an advanced status page.
This procedure should not change the current configuration settings. However, the advanced status page provides a record of all
current configuration settings, so you can verify that they are the
same or recover your settings after the system software has been
updated.
3
Access the Administration/Miscellaneous/New System
Image menu.
4
Select Yes in the New System Image menu.
The printer automatically reboots and waits for the new system
software (image) to be sent from your Macintosh.
5-4
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Updating
System
Software
5
Send the new image to the printer.
a
At the Macintosh, double-click the SystemLoader icon.
b
In the dialog box that appears, make sure the correct
download port is selected, and then choose the Send button
to start the download.
The downloading process takes about 30 minutes. After the
updated system software has been written to the system
disk, the message Download Complete! appears on the
Macintosh screen, and the printer reboots with the new system software.
Note: The new system image will not erase the old image
until the printer verifies that the new image is valid.
»
6
Print another advanced status page, and verify that the configuration settings are the same.
Procedure—PC Users—Parallel and Serial
Use the following procedure to update the system software in system
memory whether downloading through the parallel or serial port.
Decompressing the System Software
Before the printer system software can be downloaded, it must be
decompressed on your PC’s hard disk.
1
Switch to an MS-DOS prompt.
2
Create a new directory on your PC.
3
Change to this directory.
4
Insert the printer system software disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk
drive.
5
Type x:pkunzip x:system↵ where x is the name of the disk
drive in which you inserted the system software disk.
6
Follow the prompts.
New System Software
5-5
Updating
System
Software
They instruct you to insert the system software disks in the following order:
7
a
Last disk (system software disk 4)
b
Disk 1 (system software disk 1)
c
Disk 2 (system software disk 2)
d
Disk 3 (system software disk 3)
e
Disk 4 (system software disk 4)
Turn on the printer, wait for IDLE to appear in the message
window, and then print an advanced status page.
The advanced status page provides a record of all current configuration settings, so you can verify that they are the same or
recover your settings after the system software has been
updated.
Downloading the System Software—Parallel
1
Access the Administration/Miscellaneous/New System
Image menu.
2
Select Yes in the New System Image menu.
The printer automatically reboots and waits for the new system
software (image) to be sent via your PC’s parallel port.
3
Send the new image to the printer.
n
Type the following:
copy /b *.dl lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
4
While the system software is loading the Data and Disk indicators will flash off and on. The display will show:
Downloading image
via parallel port.
5
5-6
After the updated system software has been written to system disk, the printer returns to IDLE.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Updating
System
Software
Note: The new system image will not erase the old image until
the printer verifies that the new image is valid.
»
6
Print another advanced status page, and verify that the configuration settings are the same.
Downloading the System Software—Serial
1
Connect the serial cable to the printer.
2
Access the Administration/Miscellaneous/New System
Image menu.
3
Select Yes in the New System Image menu.
The printer automatically reboots and waits for the new system
software (image) to be sent via your PC’s serial port (YES
remains in the message window until the new image is sent).
Type the following:
copy /b *.dl com#
where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
The downloading process takes about 30 minutes depending on
the size of the file and the speed of your computer. The Data indicator blinks as the new system image is copied to the printer.
4
While the system software is loading the Data and Disk indicators will flash off and on. The display will show:
Downloading image
via serial port.
5
After the updated system software has been written to system hard disk, the printer returns to IDLE.
Note: The new system image will not erase the old image until
the printer verifies that the new image is valid.
»
6
Print another advanced status page, and verify that the configuration settings are the same.
New System Software
5-7
Updating
System
Software
Downloading the System Software—Ethernet
1
Switch to an MS-DOS prompt.
2
Change to the directory that contains the SYSTEM.PS file.
3
Type ftp xxx↵ (where xxx is the IP address of your
printer).
4
For the user name press Enter.
5
For the password press Enter.
6
At the FTP prompt type bin↵ to change to binary mode.
7
Type put system.ps↵.
8
When the software has finished downloading and the FTP
prompt returns, type quit↵ to return to the DOS prompt.
v
5-8
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6
Hardware Options
In This Chapter . . .
n
“Large-Capacity Input Feeder” on page 6-2
n
“2000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker” on page 6-10
n
“3000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker” on page 6-23
n
“Custom Tray” on page 6-51
n
“Security Key” on page 6-55
n
“BuzzBox Lite” on page 6-58
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
Large-Capacity Input Feeder
The Large-Capacity Input Feeder (LCIF) holds 3000 sheets and
increases the paper input capacity of the printer to 4500 sheets.
There are two models of the LCIF: one model feeds letter-size paper
and the other model feeds A4-size paper.
What's in the Kit?
n
Large-Capacity Input Feeder (LCIF)
n
Interface cable
n
Paper feeder guide support stand
n
Sheet guide and support stand guide
Installation Procedure
M WARNING: The LCIF weighs approximately 44 lb. (20 kg). Do not
attempt to lift or move it by yourself.
ACHTUNG! Der LCIF wiegt ca. 20 kg; bitte versuchen Sie niemals,
das Gerät alleine anzuheben oder zu tragen.
1
6-2
Unpack the paper feeder, the interface cable, and the paper
feeder support stand, from the box.
a
Open the LCIF box.
b
Reach into the box and grasp the sides of the foam shipping
blocks.
c
Carefully lift the LCIF (including the foam shipping blocks) out
of the box and place it on the floor.
d
Remove the foam shipping blocks and plastic cover.
e
Open the LCIF door and remove all packing materials inside.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
f
Remove the sheet guide/support stand guide and support
stand from the box.
g
Save the packing material for possible repacking of the LCIF.
LCIF
Sheet Guide/Support
Stand Guide
Support Stand
Hardware Options
6-3
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
2
Locate the support stand, the support stand guide, and the
sheet guide.
Sheet Guide
Support Stand Guide
Support Stand
3
Open the front door of the printer.
4
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the right side paper
input cover by loosening the front screw and removing the
rear screw.
...........
Remove
screw
Loosen screw
6-4
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
5
Attach the sheet guide to the printer using the screws you
loosened and removed in step 4.
6
Install the support stand guide using the screws
attached.
7
Lift the support stand and place on top of the support stand
guide.
Support Stand Guide
Hardware Options
Support Stand
6-5
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
8
Attach the support stand to the support stand guide.
9
Pull out the support stand slide-rails until they lock in the out
position.
LCIF
Support Stand
10 Set the LCIF on the pins of the slide-rail.
11 Secure the LCIF to the support stand using the two thumbscrews.
6-6
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
12 Slide the LCIF into the sheet guide on the printer, until it
locks in place.
13 Adjust the leveling feet on the LCIF support stand so that the
two leveling chains are just touching the floor.
Red Alignment Marks
LTR
LTR
Leveling Chains
LTR
Leveling Feet
14 Make sure the red alignment marks on the LCIF and the
sheet guide line up. If the alignment marks do not line up,
adjust the leveling feet on the support stand.
15 Make sure the power on the printer is turned off.
16 Press the release handle on the top of the LCIF and pull the
LCIF away from the printer.
Hardware Options
6-7
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
17 Connect the interface cable to the connector on the rear
lower left side of the printer.
Interface Cable
18 Slide the LCIF into the sheet guide on the printer, until it
locks in place.
19 Turn on the printer.
6-8
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Large-Capacity
Input Feeder
20 Check the printer display panel for the LCIF graphic. This
lets you know the LCIF is connected properly.
LETTER
IDLE
Online
LETTER
LETTER
Tray
Status
Cancel
LTR
Copy
21 To load paper in the LCIF, open the LCIF door, press the button on top of the LCIF, load paper, and close the door.
LTR
LTR
LTR
LTR
LTR
LTR
22 Press the Tray button on the printer control panel to select
the LCIF for paper feeding.
Use the Previous or Next button to highlight the LCIF on the
graphic and then press Select.
Hardware Options
6-9
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
2000-Sheet Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
The Large-Capacity Output Stacker (LCOS) holds 2000 sheets and
increases the paper output capacity of the printer to 2500 sheets.
What's in the Kit?
6-10
n
2000-sheet LCOS
n
Interface Cable
n
Output Stacker Hardware
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Unpacking the 2000-Sheet LCOS
M WARNING: The LCOS weighs approximately 71 lb. (32 kg). Do not
attempt to lift or move it by yourself.
ACHTUNG! Der LCOS wiegt ca. 32 kg; bitte versuchen Sie niemals,
das Gerät alleine anzuheben oder zu tragen.
1
Unpack the LCOS from the shipping box and with the help of
another person, carefully lift the LCOS from the box and
place it on the floor.
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,,,,,,,,
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,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,
2
»
Remove the plastic from the LCOS.
Note: Save all packing materials for possible repacking.
Hardware Options
6-11
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Hardware Contents
After unpacking, check for the following LCOS hardware contents:
Power Cord
Paper Guide
Bracket B
Bracket A
M4x10
Screws
M6x12 Screw
4 M4x6
Thumbscrews
Connect Pin
Make sure that all items are included in your shipment before setting
up your LCOS. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your
shipping company or your QMS vendor. See Appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for product sales and support information.
Tools Required
To install the LCOS, you need the following tools:
6-12
n
#2 Phillips screwdriver
n
Medium flat-blade screwdriver
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Installation Procedure
After the unpacking is complete, use the following procedure to install
the LCOS.
1
Loosen the nut holding the safety tilt bar from the back of the
LCOS in the bottom right leg.
2
Remove the safety tilt bar.
Hardware Options
6-13
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
3
6-14
Turn the bar over and replace in the reverse direction.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
4
Raise the four leveling bolts on the LCOS.
5
Remove the upper cover from the left side of the printer by
removing two screws.
Hardware Options
6-15
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Preparing the Printer
6-16
1
Snap the paper guide into place.
2
Locate bracket B and the connect pin included in the LCOS
box contents.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
3
Use a small flat-bladed screwdriver to pop out the two small
panels from the bottom cover.
4
Attach bracket B to the bottom-left side of the printer with
the M6x12 screw and fasten the connect pin.
Hardware Options
6-17
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
5
Attach bracket A to the bottom of the LCOS.
Bracket A
Connecting the 2000-Sheet LCOS to the Printer
1
6-18
Position the LCOS so that its positioning hole is aligned with
the connect pin on the printer.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
2
Push the output stacker against the printer and fit the connect pin into the larger circular section of the LCOS positioning hole.
Bracket A
Bracket B
3
Push the LCOS toward to the front of the printer to lock the
pins into the positioning holes.
4
Fasten bracket A to bracket B on the printer with the M4x6
hex-type screw included with the LCOS contents.
Hardware Options
6-19
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
5
Turn the two front levelers counterclockwise to tilt the top of
the LCOS securely against the printer.
Connecting Cables and Turning on the LCOS
1
6-20
Plug the interface cable from the LCOS into the connector on
the rear bottom right of the back of the printer.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Note: Make sure the main power switch is in the off position.
»
2
M
Plug one end of the power cord into the LCOS and the other
end into a grounded outlet.
WARNING: This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding
type plug, a plug that has a third (grounding) pin. This plug will
only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature
and the LCOS can be damaged if the plug is modified to work in a
non-grounded receptacle.
ACHTUNG! Dieses Produkt ist mit einem 3-Phasen Stecker
ausgeruestet. Bitte verwenden Sie unbedingt ein entsprechendes
Gegenstueck, da es sonst zu Beschaedigungen kommen kann.
Fuer den Netzanschluss dieses Geraetes ist ein geprueftes
Kabel zu verwenden. Fuer einen Nennstrom bis 6A ist eine
Leitung nicht leichter als H05VV-F3G 0,75 mm² oder H05VVH2F3G 0,75mm² einzusetzen.
3
Turn on the printer and then the main power switch on the
LCOS.
ON
OF
F
Power Cord
Interface Cable
Hardware Options
6-21
2000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
4
Check the printer display panel for the LCOS graphic. This
lets you know the LCOS is connected properly.
LETTER
IDLE
Online
5
6-22
LETTER
LETTER
Tray
Cancel
Status
LTR
Copy
Select the LCOS as the output bin through the Operator Control/Outputbin configuration menu.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
3000-Sheet Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
The 3000-sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker (LCOS) holds 3000
sheets and increases the paper output capacity of the printer to 3500
sheets.
What's in the Kit?
n
3000-sheet LCOS
n
Interface cable
n
Output stacker hardware
Unpacking the 3000-Sheet LCOS
1
Remove the accessories box from the outer box.
Accessories box
Outside
box
Hardware Options
6-23
3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
2
Remove the power cable.
3
Set the box upright and remove the cardboard positioned on
top of the LCOS.
Note: The legs and casters should be on the bottom of the box.
»
4
Firmly grasp the top and bottom of the LCOS and roll it
slowly out of the box, ensuring that the LCOS doesn’t fall
back as you do so.
2stk.eps
5
»
6-24
Remove the packing tape and the plastic from the LCOS.
Note: Save all packing materials in case you ever need to move
or ship the LCOS.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
6
Open the LCOS door and remove the tape on the paper
guides inside the LCOS.
Door
Hardware Options
6-25
3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Hardware Contents
After unpacking, check for the following LCOS hardware contents:
Paper Guides
Tray
Joining Frame
Stopper
Stopper Guide
Paper Output Guide
3stk.eps
Make sure that all items are included in your shipment before setting
up your LCOS. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your
shipping company or your QMS vendor. See Appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for product sales and support information.
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3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
The following table shows the screws and bolts you need to install the
LCOS. These are included with the LCOS accessories.
Screws and Bolts
Examples
Description
Quantity
Screw and
6
washer (M4 x 12)
Screw
(M4 x 6)
2
Spacer bolts
(A, B, C)
A=1
B=1
C=2
A
B
C
Tools Required
To install the LCOS, you need the following tools:
n
#2 Phillips screwdriver
n
Medium flat-blade screwdriver
Hardware Options
6-27
3000-Sheet
Large-Capacity
Output Stacker
Installation Procedure
M WARNING: The 3000-sheet Large-Capacity Output Stacker weighs
over 66 pounds (30 kg). Do not attempt to lift or move it by yourself.
ACHTUNG! Der LCOS wiegt ca. 30 kg; bitte versuchen Sie niemals,
das Gerät alleine anzuheben oder zu tragen.
After unpacking is complete, use the following procedure to install the
LCOS.
1
Attach the stopper to the lower rear of the LCOS using the
two screws (M4 x 6).
Screws
M4 x 6
Stopper
Note: The stopper prevents the LCOS from tipping backward.
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2
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Slip the hooks on the back of the tray over the tray base, and
then attach the tray to the tray base using the six screws
(M4 x 12) and washers.
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Note: The tray has six pre-drilled holes for the screws.
Tray base
Tray
Washer
Screw
M4 x 12
Tray
Side view
Tray base
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3
Locate the left paper guide, and slide it through the left slot
of the paper tray.
Knurled screw
(captive)
Paper guide (T,L)
Paper guide (T, R)
Knurled screw
(captive)
The paper guides are labeled T,L for top-left and T,R for top-right.
The shorter arm should be on top, and the flange should point
inward.
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4
Locate the paper size markers and the alignment hole that
corresponds to the desired paper size.
Note: Paper size markers appear on both the top and bottom of
the LCOS.
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Paper size
markers
Alingment
holes
Note: When you first install the LCOS, we recommend that you
set the paper guides as far apart as possible (A3/A4 setting).
There is no need to adjust the guides unless the LCOS
experiences paper stacking problems.
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5
Using the paper size markers as a guide, attach the paper
guide to the LCOS with the knurled screws.
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6
Repeat steps 3 through 5 for the right paper guide.
Knurled screw
(captive)
Paper guide (T,L)
Paper guide (T, R)
Knurled screw
(captive)
Preparing the Printer
After assembling the LCOS, prepare the QMS 4060 Printer for attachment of the LCOS.
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1
Remove the paper output cover from the printer by removing
two screws.
Screws
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2
Remove the left screw in the upper cover.
Left screw
3
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Insert spacer B bolt into the hole in the upper cover where
you just removed the screw.
Note: The bolts are labeled. Make sure you use the correct bolt.
Spacer
bolt (B)
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4
Remove the right screw in the upper cover.
Right
screw
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5
Insert spacer bolt A into the hole where you just removed the
screw.
Spacer
bolt (A)
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6
Snap, the paper guide into place.
Paper
guide
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7
Remove the two screws in the lower cover.
Lower cover
screws (2)
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Insert the two spacer bolts (C) into the lower cover holes
where you just removed the screws
Note: The bolts are labeled. Make sure you use the correct bolt.
Spacer
bolts (C)
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9
Use a small flat-bladed screwdriver to pop out the two small
panels from the bottom cover.
Panels
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10 Use the two captive screws to install the stopper guide
where the square panels were located.
Stopper
guide
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11 Use the four captive screws on the joining frame to attach
the joining frame to the spacer bolts.
Joining frame
Connecting the 3000-Sheet LCOS to the
Printer
After assembling the LCOS and preparing the printer, you’re ready to
attach the LCOS to the printer.
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Roll the two units together.
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2
Lift the LCOS a little to make sure that the connecting pin on
the stopper guide is aligned with the stopper hole on the
LCOS, and then push the LCOS against the printer.
Stopper
Stopper
guide
Connecting pin
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The two metal pins on the back of the LCOS are connected to the
corresponding holes in the joining frame, and the printer latch is
engaged.
Latch lever
Metal pin
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Note: To disconnect the LCOS from the printer, pull the latch
lever towards you and move the LCOS away from the printer.
Connecting Cables and Turning on the LCOS
Once the LCOS and printer are attached, you’re ready to connect the
interface cable and power cable.
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1
Plug the interface cable from the LCOS into the connector on
the back of the printer near the bottom.
Top
view
Interface
Connector
Side
view
Interface cable
Power cable socket
2
Plug one end of the power cable into the LCOS and the other
end of the cable into a grounded outlet.
3
Turn on the LCOS power switch.
The power switch is on the lower-front of the LCOS. It takes a few
seconds for the LCOS to perform power-up diagnostics.
4
Turn on the printer.
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5
Check the printer display panel for the LCOS graphic. This
lets you know the LCOS is connected properly.
IDLE
Online
6
LETTER
LETTER
LETTER
Tray
Cancel
Status
LTR
Copy
Select the LCOS as the output bin through the Operator Control/Outputbin configuration menu.
Using the 3000-Sheet Large-Capacity Output
Stacker
This section provides information on how to adjust the paper stopper
and paper guides on the LCOS.
Adjusting the Paper Stopper
After you install the 3,000-sheet LCOS, adjust the paper stopper to fit
the size of paper you’re using.
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1
Locate the paper stopper on top of the LCOS and position it
as shown.
Paper stopper
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Locate the paper size markers on the stopper, and slide the
paper stopper to the desired paper size
Note: If you’re printing on A3 or Ledger paper, you don’t need the
paper stopper. Lift the paper stopper up and out of the way.
Paper size choices are Legal, Executive, B5, and A4/LTR.
Adjusting the Paper Guides
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Note: We recommend that you set the paper guides as far apart as
possible. There is no need to ajust the guides unless the LCOS
experiences paper stacking problems.
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1
Locate the paper guides on the LCOS.
There are two paper guides, one on each side of the LCOS.
Paper guide
Paper guide
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2
Release a guide by unscrewing the knurled screws (captive)
that connect the guide to the top and bottom of the LCOS.
LCOS Top
LCOS Bottom
3
Use the paper size markers at the top and bottom of the
LCOS to reposition the guide to the desired paper size.
4
Tighten the knurled screws (captive) to reattach the guide to
the printer.
5
Repeat this procedure for the guide on the other side of the
LCOS.
Make sure that you select the same paper size for each guide.
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Custom Tray
Custom Tray
The custom input tray on your QMS 4060 Print System allows you to
print three more paper sizes—Statement, B4(ISO), and B5(ISO). This
tray also supports all the normal paper sizes supported on the standard trays
Installation of the tray involves replacing one of the standard input
trays. Follow this procedure to install and set up your custom tray.
Custom Tray Installation
1
Pull out the standard tray until it stops.
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Custom Tray
2
Note: The custom tray can be installed in any of the three
standard tray positions—upper, middle, or lower. The printer can
support up to three custom trays.
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3
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Lift up and remove the paper tray.
Insert the custom tray at an angle, then lower it and push it
in.
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4
Slide the paper guides to fit your media.
5
Place your custom sized media in the custom tray. The
height of the media stack should not exceed the full mark on
the paper guides.
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6
Set up the tray media size tabs on the rear of the custom tray.
Use the following chart for reference or the label attached to
the paper tray.
:Length 7.16” to 8.5” (182mm to 215.9mm)
:Width 3.93” to 11.69” (100mm to 297mm)
:Length 11.69” to 17” (297mm to 431.8mm)
:Width 3.93” to 11.69” (100mm to 297mm)
:Length 8.5” to 11.69” (215.9mm to 297mm)
:Width 3.93” to 11.69” (100mm to 297mm)
- Tab is pushed forward
- Tab is pushed backward
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Access the Operator Control/Custom Input Bins configuration menu to select the paper size for the custom input bin.
Standard Paper Sizes
Your custom tray can also feed standard paper sizes. You must make
sure that your application paper size setup is the same as the paper
that is loaded in the custom tray. Follow the tab setting in this table to
set up the custom tray for standard media sizes.
Tray Tabs
Standard Media Size
Letter, Executive, A4, A5,
Statement
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Tray Tabs
Standard Media Size
B4, Legal, 11”X17”, A3,
B4(ISO),
B5, B5(ISO)
Access the Operator Control/Custom Input Bins configuration menu
to select the standard paper size for the custom input bin.
▲ Caution: If you do not set up the paper size in the Operator Control/
Custom Input Bins menu, the printer could select an incorrect paper
size and your image will not be positioned correctly on the page.
Security Key
▲ Caution: Even though both the security and serial options have a DB9 interface, the connectors are keyed and they can’t be interchanged.
Make sure that you install the security key only in the slot marked
SECURITY on the back of the printer.
An optional security key is available to password protect the Operator
Control and the Administration menus. When a security key is
installed, the Installation menu appears in the printer's menu structure.
What's in the Kit?
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A security key (9-pin connector labeled Security)
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Security Key
Procedure
The security key port is located on the back, left side of the printer. To
install a security key, use the following procedure:
1
Make sure the printer is off line.
2
Insert the security key into the port.
Security Key Port
3
Press the Online button to take the printer off line.
4
Press the Menu button.
5
Press the Next button until the message window displays
CONFIGURATION
INSTALLATION
Offline
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Menu
LETTER
LETTER
LEGAL
Select
Previous
Next
Press the Select button.
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7
Press the Next button to view the following options: Operator Passwrd, Use Operator Pwd, Admin Password, and Use
Admin Pwd.
8
To protect the Operation menu, use the Operator Passwrd
option to select the password, and then Use Operator Pwd to
turn on this option.
9
To protect the Administration menu, use the Admin Password option to select the password, and then Use Admin
Pwd to turn on this option.
Note: Keep in mind that this same password protects the Admin
mode of Remote Console, available through CrownAdmin and
CrownAdmin 2.
10 Once passwords are activated, press the Menu button to exit
the menu. The following message is displayed
SAVE CHANGES?
*NO
Offline
Menu
LETTER
LETTER
LEGAL
Select
Previous
Next
11 Press the Next button until YES is displayed on the bottom
line of the display window.
12 Press Select and remove the security button from the port.
Once a menu is password protected, you cannot enter the menus
or make changes in it until you enter a valid password. You’ll know
whether or not the menu is password protected when you press
the Select button when trying to enter the menu structure. If the
menu is password protected, ENTER PASSWORD appears on the
message window. Passwords are entered as alphanumeric values. If you enter an invalid password, the message window
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flashes INVALID PASSWORD for three seconds, and then returns
to the parent menu. If you forget the password, your system
administrator can easily recover it by following the installation procedure again. When the correct password is entered, the submenu displays. The password for these two menus may be the
same or different. See “Installation Menu”in chapter 4 of the Reference manual for more information.
Note: Password protection does not prevent software commands
from changing functions.
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BuzzBox Lite
BuzzBox Lite is a printer accessory that warns you with a buzzer and/
or a blinking light any time the printer goes off line. This means you’re
alerted to print job interruptions, such as empty paper trays.
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BuzzBox Lite unit
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RJ-11 cable (10 feet)
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Velcro strip
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Installing BuzzBox Lite
1
Install one end of the RJ-ll cable connector to the port
labeled BuzzBox.
BuzzBox Port
2
Attach the other end of the RJ-11 cable to the BuzzBox Lite
unit.
3
Make sure the site you choose isn’t going to
4
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interfere with paper exiting the printer.
n
cover any vents, doors, connectors, or labels.
n
cause the BuzzBox ribbon cable to stretch or twist tightly.
Use the Velcro provided to mount BuzzBox Lite where the
printer operator can see and/or hear it.
We’ve provided a 14-foot (4.2m) cable (and some adhesivebacked clips for securing it), but you can use up to a 500-foot/
152m cable (RJ-11 4-pin or 6-pin).
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To test BuzzBox, make sure its switches are on, then press
the printer’s Online button.
Note: You can set the switches in one of the following ways:
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Set the buzzer On and the light Off
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Set the light On and the buzzer Off
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Set both the buzzer and the light On
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BuzzBox Lite
The light flashes and the buzzer sounds until the printer is placed
back on line or until the light and buzzer switches are turned off.
Using BuzzBox Lite
n
When BuzzBox lights or buzzes, check the printer message window to find out what has interrupted printing. See chapter 9,
“Troubleshooting Printer Problems,” of the Operation manual for a
list of printer messages and how to respond to them.
n
Remember that pressing the Online button to enter the printer
configuration menu will turn on BuzzBox.
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CrownCopy
In This Chapter . . .
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“Introduction” on page 7-2
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“Installation” on page 7-3
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“Flatbed Scanning” on page 7-6
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“ADF Scanning” on page 7-7
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“Menu Configuration” on page 7-10
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“Troubleshooting” on page 7-20
Introduction
Introduction
The QMS CrownCopy option consists of an image scanner and software. This feature increases the functionality of your printer, transforming
it into a copier as well as a printer. The functionality of CrownCopy is
already built into your printer, so using CrownCopy is as simple as making the connections and pushing the Copy button.
Print System Requirements
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At least 32 MB of memory installed on the printer.
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An internal IDE hard disk—256 MB or larger (standard)
The printer’s hard disk is used for temporary storage of the
scanned image. There should be enough extra room on the hard
disk to store the largest-size scanned image. The size of this
image depends on the paper size and the printer resolution.
What's in the Kit
n
QMS CrownCopy scanner
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Power cord (110-volt)
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SCSI terminator and interface cable
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Daisy-chain connector
n
Packing list, setup instructions, and warranty and registration card
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Copy key
If anything is missing, call your QMS vendor. See appendix A, “QMS
Customer Support,” for locations and telephone numbers.
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Installation
1
Refer to the instructions that come with the scanner to
unpack it and prepare it for use.
2
Ensure that both the scanner and the printer are turned off.
3
Ensure that the scanner’s SCSI ID is set to 5.
4
Locate the SCSI connector on the rear of the scanner.
5
If you’re connecting only the scanner to the printer, use the
following procedure. Otherwise, go to step 6.
a
Plug the male end of the SCSI terminator into the scanner’s
SCSI connector.
b
Attach one end of the SCSI cable to the terminator and the
other end of the cable to the printer.
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Terminator
SCSI Cable
c
CrownCopy
Go to step 8.
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If you’re connecting the scanner and one or more external
SCSI devices to the printer, use the following procedure:
a
Plug the daisy chain connector into the scanner.
b
Attach one end of the SCSI cable to the daisy chain
connector and the other end of the cable to the SCSI port on
the printer.
c
Attach one end of another SCSI cable to the daisy chain
connector.
d
Attach the terminator to the last external SCSI device (for
example, a hard disk drive) on the bus, and plug the other
end of the SCSI cable into the terminator.
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SCSI Cable
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Terminator
SCSI Cable
7
Plug the scanner and printer, if necessary into an electrical
outlet.
8
Ensure again that both the scanner and printer are turned
off.
9
Turn on the scanner, wait 5 seconds, and then turn on the
printer.
Caution: The scanner must be turned on first so the printer can
recognize the scanner’s presence.
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10 Insert the copy key into the “Security” port on the left rear of the
printer interface panel.
You can’t access the CrownCopy menu unless the copy key is
inserted. The printer can be either on or off.
▲
Caution: Even though both the copy key and serial interface have a
DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they can’t be
interchanged. Make sure that you install the copy key only in the port
marked “Key.”
Security Port
Your CrownCopy scanner is now ready to use. If necessary, access
the printer’s Copier Menu to configure the scanner. For information on
adjusting copy settings, see “Menu Configuration” on page 7-10.
CrownCopy
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Flatbed
Scanning
Flatbed Scanning
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Note: For optimum performance change the printer default resolution
to 600 dpi by using the Administration/Engine/Default Resolution
menu setting.
▲ Caution: CrownCopy requires a minimum of 32 MB of RAM installed
on the printer.
1
▲
Turn on the scanner, wait 5 seconds, and turn on the printer.
Caution: The scanner must be turned on first so the printer can
recognize the scanner’s presence.
2
▲
Insert the copy key in the “Security” port on the printer’s
interface panel.
Caution: Even though both the copy key and serial interface have
a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they can’t be
interchanged. Make sure that you install the copy key only in the
port marked “Security.”
3
When the scanner is ready, place a document face down on
the scanner glass.
4
Make sure the printer is on line, and then press the Copy key
on the printer’s control panel.
The control panel message window displays
COPIER MENU
COPY
5
Use the Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Scan Size menu to set the
scan size of the document.
See “Menu Settings” on page 7-13 for details.
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6
Press the Select key to display
COPY
READY TO COPY
7
Press the Select key again to begin copying.
8
When the copying is complete, remove the document.
ADF Scanning
Memory Configuration
To print multiple copies of multiple sheets from the scanner’s automatic document feeder (ADF), we recommend that your printer have
a hard disk installed.
The printer’s hard disk is used for temporary storage of the scanned
image. There must be enough free space on the hard disk (at least
15 MB) to store the largest-size scanned image. The size of this
image depends on the paper size and the printer resolution.
This section identifies the amount of Display List memory required to
print multiple copies of multiple sheets (with or without collation) from
the ADF.
1
Enable disk swapping (Administration/Memory/Enable Disk
Swap menu).
2
Increase the Display List memory by 60 MB/60,000 KB (Administration/Memory/Manual Config/K Mem Display menu).
The printer automatically reboots when you press the Online key.
3
Choose collation, if necessary.
4
Begin the copying/scanning procedure (Copy key).
5
If the printed output is not correctly collated, duplexed, and/
or stapled, increase the Display List memory in 10 MB/
10,000 KB increments until the output is correctly printed.
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Procedure
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Note: For optimum performance change the default resolution to 600
dpi by using the Administration/Engine/Default Resolution menu
setting.
▲ Caution: CrownCopy requires a minimum of 32 MB of RAM installed
on the printer.
1
▲
Caution: The scanner must be turned on first so the printer can
recognize the scanner’s presence.
2
▲
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Turn on the scanner, wait 5 seconds, and turn on the printer.
Insert the copy key in the “Security” port on the printer’s
interface panel.
Caution: Even though both the copy key and serial interface have
a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they can’t be
interchanged. Make sure that you install the copy key only in the
port marked “Key.”
3
When the scanner is ready, make sure that no documents are
on the scanner glass, and then prepare the ADF.
4
To guard against paper-feed errors, angle the sheets of the
document to be copied.
a
Place the document face down.
b
Lift approximately 0.25"/4 mm or less of the sheets with both
hands.
c
Holding the sheets tightly with your left hand, bend them as
illustrated.
d
Grip the sheets tightly with your right hand, loosen the grip of
your left hand, and then straighten the sheets as illustrated.
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e
Repeat steps b-d for the entire document.
5
Move the paper feed guides on the ADF so that they’re
approximately 0.25"/5 mm wider than the document.
6
Place the document to be copied face down in the input
paper chute, putting the ends of the bottom 2 or 3 sheets
into the automatic feeder.
Slide the stack forward until it rests against the ADF sensor. The
sensor is a small plastic arm inside the ADF. The ADF can be
loaded with up to 50 sheets of A4-, legal-, or letter-size paper.
▲
Caution: Do not feed any of the following through the ADF:
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n
n
n
n
n
n
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Paper with clips or staples
Paper with wet ink
Paper with folds, tears, notches, or curls
Paper with an inconsistent thickness, such as envelopes
Very thin paper
Paper not square or rectangular in shape
Paper smaller than A5 size or larger than A4 width
Tracing, coating, carbonless, or photographic paper
Items other than paper, such as transparencies, metal
sheets, or cloth
n Important documents that must not be damaged
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Close the paper guides until they touch the sides of the
paper stack.
Note: Skewing may occur if a gap exists between the guides and
the document.
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Configuration
8
Make sure the printer’s Online light is on.
If the Online light is not on, press the Online key to put the printer
on line.
9
Press the Copy key.
In the printer’s message window you should see
COPIER MENU
COPY
10 Press the Select key, and you should see
COPY
READY TO COPY
11 Press the Select key again and the scanner should begin copying your document.
▲
Caution: Do not press on or open the scanner cover during the
copy process.
12 When the copying is complete, remove the document.
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Note: Status messages don’t display when you’re in the Copier menu.
However, they will display again when you exit from the menu and put
the printer back on line.
The Copier Menu
When the printer is on line, press the Copy key on the printer’s control
panel once to enter the Copier Menu.
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Configuration
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Note: The Copy key must be inserted in the “Security” port on the
printer interface panel before you can access the Copier menu.
Copier Menu
Number
of Copies
Select
Mode
Copy
Mode
Custom
Config
Origin
Automatic
Gray
Custom
Gray
X Offset
Binary
B&W
Halftone
B&W
Y Offset
Scan
Resolution
100 200
150 300
Halftone
Adjust
Brightness
D
L
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CrownCopy
Copy
Scan
Size
Vert
(Inx100)
Scale
Size%
Horiz
(Inx100)
GrayScale
Adjust
None
Photographic
Binary
Adjust
Threshold
L
D
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Configuration
Copy Quality Decisions
The quality of your copied image depends on several factors. You
must consider these factors when judging the output quality of your
copied image. The quality of the copy can be adjusted by settings on
the CrownCopy menu. The factors involved in copy quality are
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The original’s print quality
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The content of the original—text, images, or both
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The size of the original
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The speed of your copy output
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The medium of the original—for example, photographs,
magazine, laser printer, or newspaper
After considering these factors you may want to experiment with different settings to see which setting gives you the best quality output at
the best speed. Here are some sample situations and menu settings
that can be used to improve output quality.
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You’re copying a newsletter with text and halftone photos. Use
Custom Gray in Photographic mode for best quality. You may get
faster output using Halftone B/W at a higher resolution.
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You’re copying original forms containing only text. Use Binary
B/W mode for best quality for text only. You may experiment with
Threshold and Scan Resolution to increase the quality and maintain the copy speed.
n
You’re copying a photograph to distribute around the office. Use
Custom Gray with GrayScale Adjust in photographic mode. You
may improve the quality by adjusting scan resolution but you
might slow it down. You can increase speed slightly by using
adjusting Scan Size to crop the image.
n
You’re copying a document that has text, line drawings with some
grayscale details and you need the copies in a hurry. Use Halftone B/W and adjust Brightness and Scan Resolution to get the
best output at a faster speed than Grayscale Mode.
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Menu
Configuration
Making Changes to the CrownCopy Menu
To access the Copier Menu, press the Copy key once. Then use the
Next or Previous key to scroll across the top level menus (Copy, Number of Copies, and Copy Mode). To enter a lower-level menu or select
a menu option, press the Select key. Use the Menu key to back out of
the menu and return to IDLE after you have made your selections or
after you have completed copying.
»
Note: When you press the Copy key you gain access to the
CrownCopy menu and the copy option. To return the printer to normal
operation you must exit this menu by pressing the Menu key. Error
messages that normally occur (such as jams) will not appear on the
display until you exit the CrownCopy menu. Copy menu changes stay
in effect only for the next scan executed. The number of copies is
reset to 1 one minute after the last key press or after a print job is
complete.
Menu Settings
Copy options are accessed through the printer’s control panel. See
“The Copier Menu” on page 7-10 for a diagram of the Copy menu.
See chapter 4, “Printer Configuration,” of the Reference for detailed
configuration menu and control panel information.
▲ Caution: Each configuration change you make affects the quality of
your printed output significantly. Therefore, we recommend changing
only one setting at a time, printing a test print, and then determining
if further configuration changes are necessary.
CrownCopy
7-13
Menu
Configuration
Copy
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy
Purpose
Use this option to make a copy.
Choices
Copy
When the printer is on line, press the Copy key to access the
copy menu.
Notes
The default scan resolution is 200 dpi. See “Scan Resolution”
on page 7-17 for information on increasing scan resolution.
Number of Copies
Menu
Copier Menu/Number of Copies
Purpose
Use this option to set the number of copies you want.
Choices
1 to 999.
Each digit is set individually. Use the Select key to move the
cursor to the digit you want to change, and then use the Next
key to increase it or use the Previous key to decrease it. Use
the Menu key to move to the previous digit in the number. Once
the number you want is set, press the Select key to save it.
7-14
Default
1
Notes
The number of copies is reset to 1 one minute after the last
key press or after a print job is complete. When you’re printing
multiple copies, subsequent copies are printed faster than the
first copy.
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Menu
Configuration
Select Mode
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Select Mode
Purpose
Use this menu to specify what type of copy is being made so
the printer can optimize for this type output.
Choices
Automatic Gray, Custom Gray, Binary B/W, Halftone B/W
Default
Automatic Gray
Notes
Automatic Gray—Sets color depth to 8-bit gray and scan
resolution to 200 dpi. Use this option when copying
documents that are color or shades of gray. Best quality
output for images.
Custom Gray—Allows you to adjust grayscale values.
» Note: In order to change the default grayscale value, you
must choose the Custom Gray option in this menu.
Binary B/W—Allows you to adjust binary thresholds. Good for
text.
Halftone B/W—Allows you to adjust the brightness of halftone
images.
Origin
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Origin
Purpose
Use this menu to specify where the copy is to begin scanning
the source material
Choices
X Offset (0—850)
Y Offset (0—1100)
Default
Both choices are set to 0
Notes
This option assigns the top-left corner of the image, so
printing with defaults places the image at the top leftmost
corner of the page.
CrownCopy
7-15
Menu
Configuration
Scan Size
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Scan Size
Purpose
Select the width (horizontal size) and length (vertical size) from
the origin of the image to be scanned to crop (scan only part of)
an image or to reduce the copying time for images smaller than
letter or A4.
Choices
Supported Size
Letter
Legal
A5
B5
A4
Horiz. (in x 100)
850
850
582
715
827
Default
Horiz. (in x 100)
Vert. (in x 100)
850 (8.5")
1100 (11.0")
Notes
These values must be selected if you are using the automatic
document feeder (ADF) as well as the flatbed for copying.
Vert. (in x 100)
1100
1400
827
1011
1169
The more you crop out of a scan, the less time it takes to process
and print. For example, if you need to copy a photograph, you can
get faster copies by placing it at the upper-right corner of the
scanner bed and cropping the scan to fit the dimensions of the
photograph (the scanner bed has rulers that mark inches.)
Examples
You can also use the Scan Size menu to crop
an image. Cropping is done from right and
bottom sides of the page.
For example, look at the image shown to the
right:
If you place this image on the
scanner bed and set the Copier
Menu/Copy Mode/Scan Size
Vert. (in x 100) menu to 400,
you’ll get this:
7-16
If you place this same image
on the scanner bed and set the
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Scan
Size Horiz. (in x 100) menu to
550, you’ll get this:
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Menu
Configuration
Scale Size%
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Scale Size%
Purpose
Use this to change the scale value from the current value in the
positive or negative direction.
Choices
50-200% dpi range
Default
100 dpi
Note
Original of source will be printed at the upper left of the page.
The bottom of the page may be cropped.
If you want to scale the copy, you must set the Scale Size%
first and then press the Copy key. Press the Online key only
after copying has finished. Pressing Online before pressing
Copy does not save the scaling value.
Scan Resolution
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Custom Config/Scan Resolution
Purpose
Use this menu to specify what resolution the scanner should
use for custom scan settings.
Choices
100, 150, 200, or 300 dpi
Choose a scan resolution that is at most half of the printer
resolution being used. The higher the scan resolution, the
more detailed the copy output (as long as the printer
resolution being used is double the scan resolution). Also, a
higher scan resolution increases copying time, because of the
increased amount of data that must be scanned and sent to
the printer for processing. (Each time the scan resolution is
doubled, the amount of information that is scanned and
printed is quadrupled.)
Default
200 dpi
Note
In order to change the default scan resolution, you must
choose the Custom Gray option in the Copier/Copy Mode/
Select Mode menu.
CrownCopy
7-17
Menu
Configuration
Halftone Adjust/Brightness
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Custom Config/Halftone Adjust/
Brightness
Purpose
Allows you to adjust the brightness of halftone mode scans.
This setting is enabled by the Select Mode/Halftone B/W
menu.
Choices
15 brightness settings; each setting makes an incremental
brightness change of about 2%.
D—Moving the setting in this direction decreases brightness.
It darkens the overall image making light and dark areas
appear darker.
L—Moving the setting in this direction increases brightness. It
lightens the overall image making light and dark areas appear
lighter.
Default
The middle setting
Notes
Use the Previous key to move the message-window cursor
from the center towards the left to a darker (less bright) ‘D’
setting or use the Next key to move the cursor towards the
right to a lighter (brighter) setting ‘L’.
Each increment of change in the brightness setting is
significant in output quality. Therefore, we recommend that
you change the setting by only one level, print out a test copy,
and then determine if further modification is necessary.
GrayScale Adjust
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Custom Config/GrayScale Adjust
Purpose
Allows you to specify whether gamma correction is used.
Choices
None and Photographic
Notes
None—If this is selected, then data from scanner is directly
printed. This provides better quality for copying photocopies of
text and line art.
Photographic—This option provides a gamma table
adjustment for the image. This should be used if you are
copying photographs.
7-18
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Menu
Configuration
Binary Adjust/Threshold
Menu
Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Custom Config/Binary Adjust/
Threshold
Purpose
Allows you to adjust the detection point for black vs. white in
Binary B/W mode.
Choices
There are 15 levels of threshold available. Each level changes
the threshold slightly.
Notes
Use the Previous key to move the message-window cursor
from the center (the default position) towards the left to a ‘D’
Darker (less bright) setting, or use the Next key to move the
cursor towards the right to a Lighter ‘L’ (brighter) setting.
Increasing the threshold makes light and dark areas in the
halftone appear lighter, while decreasing the threshold makes
light and dark areas appear darker.
Each increment of change is significant in output quality.
Therefore, we recommend that you change the setting by only
one level, print out a test copy, and then determine if further
modification to the contrast is necessary.
CrownCopy
7-19
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
If this message displays
in the printer’s message
window...
Do this...
Copy Key Not
Installed
n Check to see if the copy key is installed correctly on the printer.
Copier Not Connected n Check to see if the scanner’s Ready LED is
on.
n Check the SCSI cable connection on both
ends.
n Check to see if there is a terminator at the end
of the SCSI chain.
n Make sure the SCSI port is set to 5.
n If the scanner’s Paper Jam LED is on, turn
both the scanner and printer off and back on
again.
Scan Error
n Check to see if the scanner’s Ready LED is
on.
n Check to see if there is a paper jam in the
ADF. If so, clear the jam, and then turn the
scanner off and back on again.
n If the scanner’s Paper Jam LED is on, turn the
scanner off and beck on again.
Not Enough Mem
n Check to see if the scanner’s minimum memory requirement is met.
n Change the printer’s default resolution to a
lower setting.
n Increase the printer’s Display List memory
n Reduce the complexity of the copy request
(for example, collation or number of copies).
n Install more memory.
7-20
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Troubleshooting
Other Problems
If this happens...
Do this...
Documents don’t feed
smoothly into the ADF.
n Clean the ADF.
Edges of the copy are cut
off
n Make sure you’re centering documents at the
top of the scanner glass and that the scan size
setting is correct.
n Keep in mind that the size of the scanned print
cannot exceed the printer’s maximum imageable area for the size media being used.
Image quality of copies is
not optimal.
n Clean the scanner glass: dampen a lint-free
cloth with alcohol or a mild detergent and wipe
the glass clean.
n If you’re using an automatic document feeder
(ADF), clean it.
n If you’re scanning at 150 dpi, some printed
materials, such as magazines, cause moiré
patterns. To remove these patterns, change
the scan resolution to 200 or 300 dpi (choose
Copier/Copy Mode/Custom Color and then
Copier/Copy Mode/Custom Config/Scan
Resolution/200 or 300).
n Increase the printer’s Display List memory
Multiple copies of a
client.
multipage document in the
ADF are incomplete.
»
Printer is too slow
Note: Refer to the “Memory” section of
chapter 5, ““Additional Technical
Information,” of the Reference manual for
more information.
n Reduce the printer’s default resolution. For
optimum performance, change the default resolution to 600 dpi. For high-speed copying, set
the default resolution to 300 dpi.
Ready and Jam LEDs are
blinking
CrownCopy
n The scanner has been turned on before the
shipping bracket was removed.
7-21
Troubleshooting
If this happens...
Do this...
Scanner lamp flickers, is
dim, or fails to come on
n The scanner lamp is failing or has failed and
needs to be replaced.
Several pages feed into the n Clean the ADF.
ADF at the same time
v
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QMS 4060 Print System Options
A
QMS Customer
Support
In This Appendix . . .
n
“Sources of Support” on page A-2
n
“QMS World-wide Offices” on page A-5
Sources of
Support
Sources of Support
Several sources of help and information are available, depending on
the type of help you need:
Your QMS Vendor
Your local vendor (the one from whom you bought the printer) may be
best equipped to help you. Your vendor has specially trained service
technicians available to answer questions, and the equipment to analyze your printer problems.
Your Application Vendor
Often, “printing” problems have more to do with the application being
used than with the printer. In this case, the application manufacturer
is the best source of help.
Q-FAX
Q-FAX, a QMS information retrieval service, provides application
notes, technical support notes on common printing problems, and
information about printer specifications, options, accessories, consumables, and prices.
In the United States and Canada, call (800) 633-7213 to reach
Q-FAX. In all other countries, call (334) 633-3850. Have your fax number handy when you call (or place the call from your fax machine's
handset).
You can choose to have either a directory (a list of currently available
documents) or a specific document sent to you. The first time you call,
request the directory (press 2 on your phone or fax keypad when
prompted). Then call back to request specific documents. You can
order up to three documents per call.
A-2
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Sources of
Support
CompuServe
Through CompuServe, you ask general (non-technical) questions,
share information with other users, and access printing information
and programs. When you use CompuServe, type go qmsprint↵ to
go directly to the forum where QMS is located. The QMS library section contains application notes, printer drivers, utilities, technical information, and announcement files.
Internet
The QMS server provides access to technical reports, new product
announcements, a trade show schedule, and other general information about QMS.
If you have access to the World Wide Web, you can view the QMS
home page at http://www.qms.com/. The QMS ftp resource is
ftp.qms.com.
QMS Customer Response Center (CRC)
You can contact the QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) in three
different ways:
n
»
Telephone—You can call the CRC at (334) 633-4500 (US)
Monday–Friday, 7:00 am–6:00 pm, Central Time.
Note: If you call for assistance, have the following information
ready so our technicians can help you more quickly:
þ Your phone number, fax number, and shipping address
þ A description of the problem
þ The printer model and serial number
þ The type of host computer you’re using
þ The type and version of operating system you’re using
þ The interface you’re using, and, if serial, the protocol (for
example, XON/XOFF)
þ The application and version you’re using
QMS Customer Support
A-3
Sources of
Support
þ The emulation of the file you’re printing and the emulation
mode of the port
þ Your printer firmware version (listed on the status/start-up
pages)
þ If you can print, have a status page available
A-4
n
Fax—You can fax questions to the CRC at (334) 633-3716 (US).
Provide the same information as listed above, and indicate
whether you would like a faxed or a phoned reply.
n
Internet—If you have access to the World Wide Web, you can
access the CRC through the QMS home page at
http://www.qms.com/
QMS 4060 Print System Options
QMS Worldwide Offices
QMS World-wide Offices
QMS United States and Latin America
General Contact
1 (334) 633-4300
Fax 1 (334) 633-4866
Email info@qms.com
Internet http://www.qms.com
Information on QMS products, supplies, and accessories, and on the
authorized QMS remarketer or service provider nearest you
1 (800) 523-2696
Customer Response Center (CRC)
Technical Assistance
1 (334) 633-4500
7:00 am–6:00 pm Central Time
Fax 1 (334) 633-3716
Internet http://www.qms.com
Latin America Fax
1 (334) 639-3347
National Service
Service Information, Installation, and Maintenance Pricing
1 (800) 762-8894
On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (800) 858-1597
7:00 am–7:00 pm Central Time
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (334) 633-4300 x2530
8:00 am–5:00 pm Central Time
QMS Canada
General Contact
1 (514) 333-5940
Fax 1 (514) 333-5949
Supplies and Accessories
1 (800) 268-0343 x223
National Service
On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (800) 268-4969
8:30 am–7:00 pm Eastern Time
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (905) 206-9234 x238
8:30 am–5:00 pm Eastern Time
QMS Customer Support
A-5
QMS Worldwide Offices
QMS in Japan
General Contact
(+81)-3 3779-9600
Fax (+81)-3 3779-9650
Internet http://www.qmsj.co.jp
QMS in Latin America
General Contact
Cra 43 DD#8-42
Officina 201
Medellin, Colombia
(+57) (4) 312 13 70
Fax (+57) (4) 268 92 97
QMS EMEA
QMS Australia Anitech
Sydney Business & Tech. Centre
52/2 Railway Parade
2141 Lidcombe NSW
Australia
(+61) 2–9901 3235
Fax (+61) 2–9901 3273
QMS Benelux Planetenbaan 60 ‘Corner Plaza’
3606 AK Maarssen
Belgium, NetherThe Netherlands
lands, and all
(+31) 346–551333
unlisted countries
Fax (+31) 346–550170
Internet http://www.qms.nl
QMS France
QMS GmbH
Germany and
Austria
A-6
Vélizy Plus
1 Bis, Rue du Petit Clamart
78142 Vélizy Cedex
France
(+33) 1–410 79 393
Fax (+33) 1–408 30 110
Gustav Heinemann Ring 212
D-81739 Munich
Germany
(+49) 89 63 02 67 0
Fax (+49) 89 63 02 67 67
QMS 4060 Print System Options
QMS Worldwide Offices
QMS Italy
Via della Repubblica 56
43100 Parma
Italy
(+39) 52–1231 998
Fax (+39) 52–1232 902
QMS Nordic
Arenavägen 41, 6th floor
121 77 Johanneshov
Sweden, Finland,
Sweden
Norway, and
(+46) 8–600 01 30
Denmark
Fax (+46) 8–600 01 33
QMS South
Africa
QMS UK
United Kingdom
and Ireland
Saskay House
Unit 24 Sunninghill Business Park
Peltier Road, Sunninghill, Johannesburg
Republic of South Africa
(+27) 11–807 6957
Fax (+27) 11–807 6960
Old Bridge House, The Hythe
Staines, Middlesex TW18 3JF
United Kingdom
(+44) 1784–442255
Fax (+44) 1784–461641
v
QMS Customer Support
A-7
Index
A
Accessing the Kanji fonts 2-5
ADF
Copying 7-7
Adobe
PageMaker 3-11
PhotoShop 3-13
Separator 3-11
Aldus 3-12
Freehand 3-11
PageMaker 3-11
PrePrint 3-11
AppleTalk
Connection 3-5
See also LocalTalk
Testing communication 3-12
Application
Macintosh 3-11
Notes, QMS 3-19
PC 3-19
Automatic Document Feeder
Cautions 7-9
Automatic document feeder
Scanning 7-7
B
Backing up
Jaz drive, to 1-7
Zip drive, to 1-7
Baud
Baud rate menu (Serial) 3-22
Brightness option 7-19
Buzzbox 6-1
BuzzBox Lite 6-58
C
Cabling
LocalTalk 3-6
Macintosh 3-6
PC interface 3-17
Card
Security 7-5
Communication
Testing, Macintosh 3-12
Configuration
CrownCopy 7-10
Connection
Serial port 3-17
Copy key 7-6, 7-8, 7-10
Copy menu 7-10
Brightness option 7-19
Copy option 7-14
Number of Copies option 7-14
Copy option
see CrownCopy 7-14
Copying
ADF 7-7
CrownCopy configuration 7-10
CrownCopy
Brightness adjustment 7-19
Configuration 7-10
Error messages 7-20
Installation 7-2, 7-3
Menu Options 7-14
Requirements, print system 7-2
Setup 7-2
Troubleshooting 7-20
CrownCopy, configuration 7-10
CrownCopy, menu 7-10
custom mode 7-15
Custom Tray
Installation 6-51
Custom tray 6-1
Standard paper sizes 6-54
Customer Response Center (CRC),
QMS A-3
Customer support, QMS A-2
D
Dark adjustment 7-19
Data Bits menu (Serial) 3-24
I-2
Device numbers, hard disks 1-3
Downloading optional emulation 4-2
Driver
PC 3-8, 3-18
PostScript emulation 3-19
Windows 3-19
Driver folder
PDF 3-11
PDX 3-11
PPD 3-11
E
Emulation
Downloading optional 4-2
Installing an emulation 2-2
Optional, downloading 4-2
Using an emulation 2-2
Emulation menu
Serial 3-21
Emulations 4-1
End job mode 3-22
%%EndOfDocument 3-22
<ESC>%12345X 3-22
HP EOD 3-22
QMS EOD 3-22
End Job Mode menu
Serial 3-22
Error messages
CrownCopy 7-20
External storage device
Backing up to 1-7
Restoring from 1-9
F
Flatbed 7-6
Scanning 7-6
Flow control
Hardware 3-24
Software, receive 3-23
Software, transmit 3-24
Fonts
Card 2-2
QMS 4060 Print System Options
Disk 2-2
Installing disk fonts 2-2
Intellifont SIMM 2-3
Optional 2-2
Optional, card 2-2
Using disk fonts 2-2
H
Hard disk
Backing up 1-7
Device numbers 1-3
External 1-2
Formatting 1-5
Identifying 1-3
Restoring 1-9
Hardware flow control 3-24
Hardware requirements 2-4
Hdwe Flow Ctl menu (serial) 3-24
How to
Format a disk 1-5
HP EOD 3-22
J
Jaz drive
Backing up to 1-7
Restoring from 1-9
K
Kanji fonts and related files
Kanji fonts 2-4
Kanji option kit
Accessing the Kanji fonts 2-5
Kanji SIMM
Installing 2-5, 2-8
Kanji, hardware requirements 2-4
Key
Security 6-56
Keys
Copy 7-6, 7-8, 7-10
Security 7-5
Kit
CrownCopy 7-2
L
I
IDE hard disk 7-2
Ignore Par. Err. menu (serial) 3-23
Installation
CrownCopy 7-2, 7-3
LCIF 6-2
LCOS 6-10, 6-23
Installing
Emulations 2-2
Fonts 2-2
Keys 6-56
Intellifont SIMM 2-3
Installing 2-5, 2-8
Interface
Serial parameters, setting 3-20
Interfaces 3-1
Internet A-3
Index
LaserPrep 3-9
LaserWriter 3-9
LCIF 6-1
Installation 6-2
LCOS 6-1
Installation 6-10, 6-23
LocalTalk 3-5
Cabling 3-6
See also AppleTalk
M
Macintosh
Application 3-11
Cabling 3-6
Laser Prep 3-9
LaserWriter 3-9
Print Monitor 3-9
Software 3-11
System 6 3-10
I-3
System 7 3-10
SystemLoader 5-3
Testing communication 3-12
Updating print system software 5-3
Macintosh Utilities, QMS
Installing 3-8
Menu
See Configuration menu 7-10
Min K Spool menu
Serial 3-21
Mode menu
Serial 3-20
N
Network
Interface 3-3, 3-4, 3-16
Number of Copies option 7-14
O
Optional accessories
Keys 6-56
Security key 6-55
Options
BuzzBox Lite 6-58
Custom tray 6-1
Custom tray installation 6-51
Custom tray setup 6-54
Emulations 4-1
Fonts 2-2
Interfaces 3-1
LCIF 6-1
LCOS 6-1
New system software 5-1
Security key 6-1
P
Paper Deck
capacity 6-2
Parity
Errors, ignore 3-23
Ignore errors 3-23
I-4
Serial 3-23
Parity menu
Serial 3-23
PC
Application 3-19
Driver 3-8, 3-18
Printer description file 3-19
Software 3-19
Software, printing 3-18
Updating print system software 5-5, 56
PCL 5
Intellifont SIMM 2-3
PDF 3-11
PDF file 3-19
PDX 3-11
PhotoShop 3-13
PPD file 3-11, 3-19
Print Monitor 3-9
Printer drivers
See drivers
Printer options 2-2, 2-3
2-2
Kanji 2-3
Kanji option kit 2-2
Product registration 2-4
PS Protocol 3-25
PS Protocol menu
Serial 3-25
Q
Q-FAX A-2
Q-FAX, QMS 3-19
QMS
Customer Response Center (CRC) A3
Q-FAX 3-19
World-wide offices A-5
QMS EOD 3-22
QuarkXPress 3-11
QMS 4060 Print System Options
R
Rcv Sw Flow Ctl menu (serial) 3-23
Resolution, scan 7-19
Restoring data
Jaz drive, from 1-9
Zip drive, from 1-9
S
Scaling 7-17
Scan resolution 7-19
Scanner
Troubleshooting 7-20
Scanning 7-6
ADF 7-7
Flatbed 7-6
Security key 6-1, 6-55
Installing 6-56
Security port 6-56
Select mode 7-19
Serial
Baud Rate menu 3-22
Data Bits menu 3-24
Emulation menu 3-21
End Job Mode menu 3-22
Hardware control 3-24
Hdwe Flow Ctl menu 3-24
Ignore Par. Err. menu 3-23
Menu 3-20
Min K Spool menu 3-21
Mode menu 3-20
Parameters, setting 3-20
Parity menu 3-23
PS Protocol menu 3-25
Rcv sw flow Ctl menu 3-23
Software control, receive 3-23
Spool Timeout menu 3-21
Stop Bits menu 3-24
Xmit software flow control menu 3-24
Service
United States A-4
Setup
CrownCopy 7-2
Index
SIMM
Intellifont 2-3
Software
Macintosh 3-11
PC 3-19
Software flow control 3-24
Receive 3-23
Transmit 3-24
Software requirements 2-4
Macintosh system software 2-4
PC system software 2-4
Spool Timeout menu (serial) 3-21
Spooling
Memory 3-21
Timeout 3-21
Stop Bits menu (serial) 3-24
Support, QMS
Customer A-2
Internet A-3
Technical A-3
World-wide A-5
System Software
Updating via Macintosh 5-3
System software 5-1
SystemLoader 5-3
Updating via Macintosh 5-3
Updating via PC 5-5, 5-6
SystemLoader 5-3
T
Technical support, QMS A-3
Timeout
Spooling 3-21
Troubleshooting
CrownCopy 7-20
Scanner 7-20
U
Using
Emulations 2-2
Fonts 2-2
I-5
W
Windows driver 3-19
X
Xmit Sw Flow Ctl menu (serial)
Serial 3-24
Z
Zip drive
Backing up to 1-7
Restoring from 1-9
v
I-6
QMS 4060 Print System Options