Ricoh IS 2245 Product specifications

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CONTENTS
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OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................ 7
¾ Product Appearance....................................................................................... 7
NEW FEATURE SUMMARY ................................................................................................ 8
TARGET MARKETS ............................................................................................................ 11
¾ Who would benefit from the I2235/2245......................................................... 11
PRODUCT STRENGTHS & FEATURES ............................................................................. 12
¾ Productivity ..................................................................................................... 12
¾ Finishing Options............................................................................................ 12
¾ Versatile Scanning Solutions.......................................................................... 12
o Network TWAIN Scan......................................................................... 12
o Scan to E-mail .................................................................................. 13
o Scan to Folder .................................................................................. 13
o Scan to NCP ...................................................................................... 15
o Scan to URL ...................................................................................... 15
¾ Versatile Network Connectivity....................................................................... 15
¾ Enhanced Printing Functions ....................................................................... 16
o Sample & Locked Print ..................................................................... 17
o Hold Print ........................................................................................... 17
o Stored Print ........................................................................................ 17
o Mask Type for Copying ...................................................................... 18
o Data Security for Copying .................................................................. 18
o PDF Direct Print.................................................................................. 19
o Printing in Non-Windows Environments ............................................ 19
o Printing on the UNIX/Linux Platform .................................................. 19
o Printing with CUPS ............................................................................ 21
o Printing in the SAP/R3 Environment .................................................. 22
o Novell NDPS Gateway ....................................................................... 23
o Printing on Citrix Metaframe .............................................................. 24
¾ Advanced Faxing Functions .......................................................................... 26
o High Speed G3 Fax ........................................................................... 26
o Multi-Port ........................................................................................... 26
o Internet Fax ........................................................................................ 26
o Paperless / Server-less Fax ............................................................... 27
o Forwarding inbound Faxes to E-mail ................................................. 28
o Forwarding inbound Faxes to Folder ................................................. 28
o Email Notification of Inbound Fax to Folder ....................................... 29
o Forwarding of Fax Transmission Results to E-mail ........................... 29
o Fax Number search using LDAP ....................................................... 29
o LAN Fax ............................................................................................. 30
o IP-FAX (T.38) ..................................................................................... 30
¾ Document Server ........................................................................................... 31
o Max No. A4 pages that can be stored ............................................... 31
o Capacity of the Document Server....................................................... 31
¾ Web Image Monitor ...................................................................................... 32
¾ Security .......................................................................................................... 33
o The Need for Security......................................................................... 33
o Authentication ..................................................................................... 33
o Encryption........................................................................................... 36
o HDD Data Protection .......................................................................... 37
o DataOverwiteSecurity Unit.................................................................. 37
o Document Server Security.................................................................. 38
o Scan Security...................................................................................... 38
SERVICE FACTORS.............................................................................................................
¾ Target Reliability.............................................................................................
¾ OEM Equivalents............................................................................................
CONFIGURATION & PART NO.S .......................................................................................
¾ Option Correlations .......................................................................................
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................
¾ Mainframe Specification………………….. ......................................................
¾ Copier Specification .......................................................................................
¾ Productivity Data ...........................................................................................
PERIPHERAL SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................................
¾ ARDF – DF82 .................................................................................................
¾ Paper Bank – PS530 ......................................................................................
¾ LCT – RT45 ....................................................................................................
¾ Bridge Unit – Type 2045.................................................................................
¾ 1 Bin Tray – PT280 .......................................................................................
¾ 1000 Sheet Finisher – SR790 .......................................................................
¾ Booklet Finisher – SR890 ..............................................................................
¾ Multi-Tray Finisher – SR880 ..........................................................................
¾ Scanner Accessibility Option – Type 3245 .....................................................
¾ Printer Specification .......................................................................................
o Printer Driver Features .......................................................................
o Supported Environments ...................................................................
¾ Scanner Specification.....................................................................................
o Scan to E-mail ....................................................................................
o Scan to Folder ...................................................................................
o Network TWAIN Driver ......................................................................
¾ Fax Specification ...........................................................................................
o Transmission Specification ................................................................
o Reception Specification .....................................................................
o Internet Fax Basic Specification ........................................................
o LAN Fax Basic Specification ..............................................................
o IP-Fax Specification ...........................................................................
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................
PART NO.S & MACHINE COMPATIBILITY ........................................................................
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Versatile Document Server Functions,
Advanced Security Features
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35ppm and 45ppm
Booklet Finishing
Scan to Email / Folder
Scan to URL / NCP
Internet Fax
Inbound Fax Forwarding
PDF Direct Print
Web Image Monitor
Windows Authentication
Data Overwrite Security
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OVERVIEW
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 are highly featured B&W document server MFPs that directly replace the
IS 2135 and IS 2145 at the same speeds.
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 multifunctional devices provide added value to end users, retaining
strong features from their predecessors:
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Scan to Email
Scan to Folder
Internet Fax
Forwarding inbound faxes to e-mail
LDAP Support
Web Image Monitor.
Product Appearance
ARDF
Duplex
Bypass Tray
Booklet
Finisher
LCT
Paper Bank
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NEW FEATURE SUMMARY
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 come with a host of new features, greatly improving the functionality of
our MFP offering. Added to that, in response to the market’s increased need for security of printed
and scanned documents, IS2235/45 incorporates new security features to satisfy both Government
and major account sectors, especially in Finance, Legal and Insurance.
Scan to URL
Scanned images can be stored for viewing or downloading via the Web, thus improving network
productivity by reducing network traffic. Another major benefit would be the sharing of information,
especially of “heavy” files.
Scan to NCP (Netware)
Scan to NCP will enable us to capture users in Novell network environments. Users will be able to
send up to 2GB of documents, thereby improving information sharing.
On Demand & Auto Email Notification
Alerts on the status of machines will be notified to the IT manager automatically and remotely via
e-mail. This allows the IT manager to efficiently manage the machine without the need to open web
tools.
Inbound Fax to Folder with Email Notification
Users or fax administrators can be notified by email as soon as inbound faxes are forwarded to
designated folders, thus improving fax management, as well as security. No documents are left
lying in the MFP and the information is not routed through SMTP servers. This flexible feature also
allows for faxes from specific numbers to be forwarded to designated folders in the PC.
ID Folders
New features such as Hold & Stored Print improve the useability, functionality and security of ID
Folders. This is especially important in Major Accounts where this feature can replace the need for
a physical mailbox.
IP Fax
IP Fax reduces communications costs, and improves the total cost of ownership of fax workflow.
The new fax confirmation feature greatly enhances productivity by allowing users to send and
receive faxes from the IS2235/45 to an IP fax machine which is directly connected to the same
network using TCP/IP.
Fax Address Search via LDAP
Improve manageability of document distribution with quick and easy searching for addresses in the
address book, either by fax number or e-mail address.
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Advanced Security Features
Improved DataOverwriteSecurity Option
With the introduction of the DOS Type D unit on the IS 2235 / 45, it is now possible to overwrite
temporary data from the scanner and document server functions.
Windows / LDAP Authentication
Authentication eliminates unauthorised use of and access to the machine, and strengthens security
management of data. By providing a solution that enables customers to use their current Windows
network User Name and Password, we can seamlessly and securely integrate into their network
environments. Windows Authentication eliminates “From” field spoofing which is the main cause of
virus infections.
Encryption
Encryption prevents data theft or falsification during transmission.
Unauthorised Copy Control Features
This feature eliminates the risk of unauthorised copying of printed documents of a sensitive nature.
For major account and government agencies, this is a key security solution for confidential printed
materials.
Mask Type for Copying
With this feature, documents are printed with an embedded message (which can be input from the
printer driver). If you then try to copy or scan the document, a masking pattern with the embedded
message will appear on the copy.
Data Security for Copying
With the optional Copy Data Security Unit, a special marking pattern is embedded in the printed
document. If you try to copy the document, the machine will detect the special marking pattern and
grey out the copy.
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European Special Characters and Symbols
New!
With the introduction of the IS 2235 and IS 2245, European special characters and symbols are
supported from the Operation Panel. The supported languages are French, German, Italian,
Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Portuguese, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Czech and
Russian.
User Benefits
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Support for user names/passwords using European special characters/symbols
Access to shared folders and servers using European special characters/symbols
Documents can be named using European characters
Alerts, notifications, Scan to Email etc. sent from the MFP can contain European characters
in the Email body/subject
Supported special characters/symbols
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Portuguese, Finnish>
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TARGET MARKETS
Who would benefit from the IS 2235 and IS 2245?
1. Small to Mid Sized Workgroups (3-30 workers)
The primary target for the IS2235 and IS 2245 is small to mid sized workgroups in the General
Office where the most likely needs would be for basic features, finishing, Document Server
functions, scan to e-mail and scan to folder.
2. Mid-Large Workgroups (20-100 workers)
The secondary target for the IS 2235 and IS 2245 is in the networked office where these models
can be offered as Document Solution MFPs. Typical applications would be:
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Scanning
“to my e-mail” solutions
Security
o Authentication
o Encryption
o Copy Protection
Enhanced Printing
3. Large Workgroups (50-100 workers)
Another important target market for the IS 2235 and IS 2245 is in large accounts where the target
would be to replace multiple conventional faxes. These users would typically require multi ports,
Internet fax and IP fax.
New sectors are also opened to us with the introduction of the new Data Overwrite Security (DOS)
unit. This security solution is designed to meet Government, military and major accounts’
requirements for document security and access control whilst using digital devices.
As a Document Solution MFP
As a Fax Centre
Division
50~100 workers
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Work Group
20~30 workers
Large Office
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Middle Office
(30-99 workers)
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Small Work Group
3~10 workers
Small Office
(1-29 workers)
Business
Personal
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PRODUCT STRENGTHS & FEATURES
Productivity
With a first copy speed of just 4.1 seconds from the ADF, the IS 2245’s productivity contributes to
the efficient running of a busy office. And with duplex speeds the same as simplex, sustained
productivity is assured.
IS 2235
IS 2245
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1 Copy Speed from the ARDF
4.9 seconds
4.1 seconds
6.0 seconds
5.0 seconds
A4
A3
Continuous Speed from the Platen Glass
A4 Simplex
A3 Simplex
A4 Duplex
A3 Duplex
35ppm
19ppm
35ppm
13ppm
46ppm
22ppm
46ppm
16ppm
Finishing
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 comes with a choice of 4 finishing options:
¾ 1 bin tray
¾ 1000 sheet Finisher (SR790), with 3 staple positions (50 sheet staple capacity)
¾ 2000 Multi Tray Finisher (SR880), with 4 staple positions (50 sheet staple capacity)
¾ Booklet Maker (SR890), with 4 staple positions
o 50 sheet staple capacity – stacked
o 15 sheet staple capacity – booklet
Versatile Scanning Solutions
Distribution of documents via scanner applications is an important part of workflow in networked
environments. The IS 2235 and IS 2245 offer a variety of scanning solutions:
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Network TWAIN Scan
Scan to E-mail
Scan to Folder
Scan to URL
Scan to NCP
Network TWAIN Scan
The Network TWAIN scanner can be used from the computer via network Ethernet (TCP/IP), the
IEEE 1394 option or Wireless LAN option. Originals can be read in the same way as for SCSI or
USB-connected scanner.
Network TWAIN Scan
Client PC on network
(With TWAIN Driver)
Image File
Original Docs
IS 2235-2245
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Scan to E-mail
Scan to E-mail has now become a common scanner function in the market, mainly because of cost
savings. The Scan to E-mail function of the IS 2235 and IS 2245 does not require a dedicated
server or utility software, therefore sales can confidently promote the scanning solution without
adding expense to the customer’s environment. When using the Scan to E-mail function users can
simultaneously store the scanned documents in the Document Server. Another benefit of Scan to
E-mail is the customer’s ability to access the company’s address book via LDAP (5 servers can be
registered).
Benefits for Customers
Cost Saving: Reduce transmission cost by sending data over Internet or Intranet.
Easy Operation: Operation of scan to E-mail is almost same as that of fax function.
Security: Supports SMTP authentication and POP before SMTP authentication
Easy maintenance: Direct access to company global address book via LDAP provides an unlimited
number of internal e-mail addresses. Or, as another way of looking up e-mail addresses, the
address book can be easily managed through Web Image Monitor.
Minimum Investment: No additional software or hardware purchase is necessary.
Scan to E-Mail Flowchart:
@xxx.com
SMTP/Mail Server
E-mail address
search
LDAP Server
Internet
Intranet
Scan to Folder
IS 2235 /2245 allows users to distribute documents directly from the MFP to client folders on a
Client PC or FTP servers on the network - without a document distribution server. 50 folders can
be selected per job. Scan to Folder is an excellent document distribution solution for customers
who have LAN/WAN network. It improves customer’s workflow in network infrastructures via SMB
protocol (for Windows only environments) or FTP protocol (for mixed OS network environments).
With the IS 2235 / 2245 the NCP protocol is also supported (for Netware environments).
Benefits for Customers of Scan to Folder (Scan to FTP)
1. There is no physical location restriction on users as long as they are in the same LAN/WAN
network
2. Users can view and retrieve data from the FTP server in OS mixed networks (Windows,
Mac, Linux)
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Scan to Folder Flowchart (FTP):
Paris Office
Original Docs
Rome Office
View and Retrieve
FTP Server
Image File
Scan
IS 2235-2245
Internet Explorer
View and Retrieve
Benefits for Customers of Scan to Folder (Scan to SMB)
1. Data creation from paper documents, and storing them with minimum investment. No
delivery server/utility software is required
2. Data can be used and shared amongst Client PC/servers on the network.
Scan to Folder Flowchart (SMB):
Windows Network environment
Original Docs
Server (share folder)
Scan
Image File
Client PC
(share folder)
View and
Retrieve
Image File
View and
Retrieve
Client PC
Client PC
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Scan to NCP
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Scan to NCP works in exactly the same way as Scan to SMB, but in Netware environments. Data
can be shared between Client PCs and servers on the network in Novell Netware environments.
No additional server or utility software is required.
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Scan to URL
Apart from the cost benefits of Scan to URL, this function is ideal for transmitting scanned
electronic data without placing a burden on network traffic. Instead of attaching large documents
to an email, the IS 2235 / 2245 will store the scanned document in the HDD and send only the URL
address as an attachment to the email. The email recipient can then view and download the
document via a Web Browser.
Scan
1.Scan to E-mail by storing the document in the
HDD of the IS 2235 / 2245
2.URL address of the stored document is sent as
an attachment to E-mail recipients.
View and retrieve
3.Recipients can view and retrieve the document
via a Web Browser.
[URL of the document is attached to the E-mail]
Improved network productivity.
Please access the URL below
http://dankaeurope.com/?open=webdocbox/docFile.cgi?
Document name: sales strategy
Stored time: 2004.11.30 15:31:21
Doc storage period till: 2004.12.08
Versatile Network Connectivity
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 have built in as standard a 10/100BaseT Network Interface Board (NIB)
and USB2.0. In addition, customers can select from the following:
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Wireless LAN Interface (IEEE802.11b)
IEEE1394 FireWire
Bluetooth
IEEE 1284 (parallel port)
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Enhanced Printing Functions
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 introduces a wide variety of new printing functions, and enhances
existing features with expanded capabilities. Major specification improvements are as follows:
IS 2235 / 2245
IS 2135 / 2145
Standard I/F
Ethernet (100 base TX /10 base T),
USB2.0 I/F
Ethernet (100 base TX /10 base T),
IEEE 1284 I/F
Optional I/F
IEEE 1284 I/F, IEEE 1394 I/F,
Wireless LAN I/F, Bluetooth I/F
USB2.0 I/F, IEEE 1394 I/F,
Wireless LAN I/F, Bluetooth I/F
Controller CPU
RM7035C-466 466MHz
RM7065A 300MHz
Memory capacity
384MB (resident 128MB + optional
256MB)
192MB (resident 64MB + optional
128MB)
Hard Disc Drive
40 GB
20 GB
Password Encryption with
User Authentication
Yes (RPCS, PCL)
No
Strengthening of printer features for better functionality has been a key area of improvement with
the launch of the IS 2235 / 2245. Customer requests for usability enhancements are summarised
below:
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Ability to sort print files by user on the LCD
Ability to store data with print settings
Ability to select, print or delete all files from the LCD in a single operation
Ability to save data even when power is off
Substitute physical mailbox for a “virtual mailbox”
The IS 2235 / 2245 satisfies these requests, and introduces new and enhanced features.
IS 2235/45
IS 2135/45
Sample Print
Yes – enhanced
Locked Print
Yes – enhanced
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Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Hold Print
Yes
Stored Print
Yes
Mask Type for Copying
Yes
Data Security for Copying
Yes
PDF Direct Print
Yes
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Sample Print & Locked Print
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Enhanced
Total capacity of stored files is increased from 30 to 100.
Hold Print
New
Hold Print was designed for users who want to:
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avoid leaving their confidential documents on the MFP
temporarily store print files which are sent to the MFP at different times so that they can all
be picked up at a designated time that is convenient
avoid the cost of a physical mailbox but still have their own “tray” for print output so as to
prevent mixing up their prints with others
print without a password, and not store files after printing
i) Send multiple print files to
the machine for temporary
storage with a user ID
I want to have all my
files before going home
ID:AAA
ID: AAA
Stored Print
ii) User chooses own ID and
all files under the same ID
will be released.
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Stored Print was designed for users who print the same files frequently with the same print
settings.
i) Send files only once to
IS 2235/45 from driver
with/without password
using Stored Print
ii) The user prints the same frequently
used files from the MFP with ease,
without switching the PC on
ID: AAA
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Mask Type for Copying
IS2235 / IS2245
New
To prevent unauthorised copying of printed documents, the IS 2235/2245 includes the ability to
insert embedded patterns or messages into the document. Should anybody try to copy or scan the
document (on an IS 2235/45 or IS2225/30), the embedded message or pattern will appear on the
copy. Choose a masking style:
RPCS driver
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(2)
(3)
(1) 5 print densities (level 1~5)can be selected for the masking patterns.(Default: level 3)
(2) 10 masking patterns can be selected from the RPCS driver.
(3) An embedded message can be entered in the Text field.
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Data Security for Copying
The Data Security option works in a similar way to the masking feature. The document is printed
out with an embedded masking pattern or embedded text. If you try to copy the printed document,
everything will be greyed out. This option is for customers with extremely high security concerns.
*It will de-activate scan to e-mail/folder/Twain and faxing as these features are often deemed
to be a security hole.
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PDF Direct Print (with PS3 option)
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New
PDF is the platform-independent file format that compresses files without losing the original layout.
But when it comes to printing, this advantage is lost because the printer driver turns the compact
PDF file into a large PostScript print job before sending it through the network to the printer. To
solve this problem, PDF Direct Print allows customers to print PDF files without the printer driver.
This is much quicker than using the printer driver, and as a result, network traffic will be reduced
and productivity increased.
Printing in non-Windows environments using Connectivity Tools
In the office, several information resources are used for communication, both inside the company
and with clients outside. Over the past 10 years, due to the information technology revolution,
printing solutions have been continuously improved to cater for changing requirements to cater for
the move from analogue to digital. Until recently, documents created in the “Front Office” mainly
from Microsoft Office applications such as Word and PowerPoint, satisfied most of the market’s
requirements. As business opportunities have expanded through digital technology and the
advanced capabilities of multifunctional products, the need to handle print data from the “Back
Office” has now become widespread. Capturing this “Line of Business” data flow can be achieved
with a variety of connectivity tools.
Back Office
Front Office
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Front Office Apps
Access to Back Office
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Line of Business
Printing on the UNIX/Linux Platform
Microsoft Windows dominates the client OS market, however, UNIX and Linux operating systems
are widely used. This is because of the cost advantage of UNIX/Linux in licensing and initial costs,
its stability as an operating system, and its reliability especially in security.
If we look at the annual growth trend of UNIX/Linux shipments according to IDC, the adoption of
these OS is increasing year on year. The growth of Linux OS is particularly remarkable, with many
corporate customers adopting this platform. UNIX operating systems have traditionally been used
in Engineering, Manufacturing and Education (particularly universities).
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UNIX/Linux shipment trend estimation (2000-2005)
3,000,000
2,500,000
2,000,000
1,500,000
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( Source : IDC )
Our Solution
The solution we provide is a connectivity tool called “UNIX FILTER” - downloadable for free from
the Web. This tool enables users to print the job from UNIX and Linux systems using the various
finishing options of our multifunctional devices.
UNIX Filter – main points and screen shot
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Interactive dialogue script for
printer installation
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Device Option setting in UNIX
environment
(Tray selection, Duplex, Staple
etc.)
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Supports OS standard
print commands for each OS
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All Infotec MFP/LP devices
supported
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Major UNIX/Linux OS support
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Printing with CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)
PPDs for our MFP/LPs have been posted on www.LinuxPrinting.org since 22nd February 2005. By
distributing PPDs on www.LinuxPrinting.org, we will be able to capture customers who purchase
MFPs/LPs in a UNIX/Linux printing environment.
What is CUPS?
CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) has become a popular printing system in the Linux
environment. CUPS covers both the Berkeley commands and System V commands, which means
that all UNIX users can use it. CUPS provides an effective and reliable printing system, and
supports:
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IPP(Internet Printing Protocol) native, which supports authentication, access control and
encryption
lpd, SMB (supports printers connected to Windows networks)
Browsing network connected printers
PPD (PostScript Printer Description) can be implemented in CUPS, which enables users
to use printers’ unique features and device options.
This means that UNIX/Linux users can easily use printers in the same way that they use Windows
OS.
What is www.LinuxPrinting.org?
www.LinuxPrinting.org is an official site to support and help with printing under opensource free
operating systems like GNU/Linux and BSDs, or under commercial UNIX-like systems such as
Solaris and OS X.
For supporting unique features and device options of each printer, CUPS needs each PPD of
printer vendors. Most Linux distribution package vendors use this site to obtain printers’ PPDs to
bundle them into their distribution package. Posting the PPDs on the site will help to promote the
use of our MFPs by UNIX/Linux users.
Note that the PPDs are posted as free software under MIT licence and are therefore not subject to
official support from Ricoh.
http://www.linuxprinting.org/
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Printing in the SAP/R3 Environment
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is the industry recognised term for a broad set of activities
supported by multi-module application software that helps managing important parts of the
business – such as product planning, purchasing, inventory, supplier interaction, customer service,
order tracking etc. In addition, Finance and Human Resources management can be added to
manage other functions of the business. The demand for the adoption of these types of resource
management products is increasing year on year.
SAP R/3 and Oracle are the most popular ERP systems.
Worldwide ERP Licence and Maintenance Forecast 2002-2007 (M$)
$29,000
$28,000
$27,000
$26,000
$25,000
$24,000
$23,000
$22,000
$21,000
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
SAP R/3 architecture is made up of application client system and database servers. SAP primarily
focuses on the systems and applications for data processing rather than document output.
Therefore, many printer capabilities are not supported as standard in SAP R/3.
A Custom Device Type has been developed that allows SAP R/3 customers to select and use our
hardware finishing options to improve the quality and presentation of the document. The SAP
Device can be downloaded for free from the download web site.
Generic
Device Type
Output
SAP R/3 Server
SAP R/3 Client
Print
Command
Custom
Device Type
No Duplex
No Staple
Duplex – N/A
Staple – N/A
Print
Data
SAP R/3 Server
Output
SAP R/3 Client
Print
Command
Print
Data
Duplex
Staple
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Novell NDPS Gateway
NDPS Gateway Snap-Ins are required to configure printers to operate in a Novell Netware NDPS
(Novell Distributed Print Service) architecture.
NDPS Gateway Overview
The following description shows how the NDPS gateway works in a NetWare environment.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The NetWare printer can be found by the NDPS gateway
It can also be manually added to the NDPS manager where the NDPS gateway resides.
If the NDPS client wants to add an NDPS printer to its desktop, it queries NDPS brokers about
all available NDPS printers.
The NDPS broker informs the NDPS client of the list of NDPS printer agents.
After a printer agent is selected, the correct printer driver is downloaded to the NDPS client’s
desktop.
Later, the NDPS client sends print jobs to the printer agent which is a virtual printer image
created in the NDPS network.
The NDPS manager then passes the print jobs to the NDPS gateway that issues the native
printing commands to the printer.
NDPS Gateway Overview
(6)
(7)
(5)
NDPS Client
(4)
(1)
NDPS
NDPS Printer
(2)
Ethernet
(3)
Administration
NDPS Broker
NDPS Gateway can be downloaded for free from the download web site.
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Printing on Citrix Metaframe
Server Based Computing (SBC) has recently received attention from a system management
viewpoint. MetaFrameTM makes up 80% of this SBC market according to Citrix®,
The benefit of Server Based Computing is that the system simplifies IT managers’ tasks.
Normally application software and/or device drivers, must be installed on all client PCs. In the SBC
environment, installation is only on the server. Another benefit of SBC is that data is protected from
simple mistakes by the client PC user. In non-SBC environments, limiting access, creating a
firewall, introducing virus countermeasures and other security steps are taken to protect data.
However, if the client PC, especially laptop, is stolen, all important data in the unit is completely
lost. This cannot be prevented by any IT countermeasures.
Advantage of Metaframe
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9
9
9
Save PC management cost
Utilize old version PCs
Strengthen security
High speed response
with Narrow Band
Disadvantage of Metaframe
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• SBC(Server Based Computing) market is still growing
• Market size from Y2000 to Y2005 nearly doubled
• MetaFrameTM has about 80% of its market share
Cannot use device options
-Duplex
-Staple
-Tray selection
etc….
This MetaFrameTM has its own unique printer function. However, there is a major limitation of
printer option device management with this standard function which is that options installed on the
printer cannot be used.
Our Solution
We provide a Device Option Utility for Metaframe to resolve this problem. It can be downloaded
free from the download web site.
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Without
MetaFrame
Without the
Device Option Utility
Client
MetaFrame
Server
T
Printer recognized
by the server
Printer actually in the
office
Output
With the
MetaFrame
With
Device Option Utility
Client
MetaFrame
Printer recognized
by the server
Printer actually in the
office
Connectivity Tools and Logo Usage (status)
Category
Network
Management
Tools
ERP
OS Related
PDL
Connectivity
SDK
Company
Name
Products have
sufficient
specification
Program
Certified
Use of
Logo
IBM
Tivoli NetView
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
CA
Unicenter
Yes
Yes
No Plan
No
HP
Open View
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SAP
R/3
Yes
No
N/A
No
Novell
YES
Yes
Yes
No Plan
No
Novell
NDPS Gateway
Yes, 3Q 2005
Yes
No Plan
No
-
UNIX Filter
Yes
No
N/A
No
Microsoft
MS Certificate
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Apple
MAC
Yes
Yes
No Plan
No
Adobe
PostScript 3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
High-Speed USB
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
IEEE1394
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Wi-Fi
No
Yes
No
No
Sun Microsystems
Java
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Advanced Faxing Functions
The IS 2235/2245 introduces new and improved fax functions whilst retaining the versatile features
of it’s predecessor. And JBIG now comes standard with the fax option.
New
High speed G3 Fax
¾
¾
¾
¾
33.6 bps modem speed
2 sec. transmission speed
0.86 sec. scanning speed
2000 quick dial numbers
Multi-Port
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 are upgradeable to 3 lines which are available simultaneously.
G3 (resident)
Additional G3
3 lines can work simultaneously Good for heavy Fax users!!
Additional G3
New
Internet Fax (T.37 Full mode)
Internet Fax provides several fax distribution solutions to significantly improve productivity in the
office. The IS 2235/2245 Internet Fax Function is compliant with “ITU-T Rec. T. 37. Full Mode.”
Delivery confirmation can be received from another I-Fax machine, which also supports T.37 full
mode.
The following chart shows the difference between the IS 2235/45’s Full mode and the IS 2135/45’s
Simple mode. Please note that the Full mode capability depends entirely on the other Internet
Fax’s capability.
IS 2235 / 2245
IS 2135 / 2145
T.37 Full Mode
T.37 Simple Mode
Original Size
A3, A4, B4
A4 only
Resolution
200x100dpi/ 200dpi/ 400dpi 200x100dpi/ 200dpi
Compression method MH, MR, MMR,
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Compatibility table of sender / receiver using a G3 Fax or an Internet Fax
Receiving End Terminal
Sender
IS 2225 / 2230
Internet Fax
PC
G3 Fax
Internet Fax by E-mail
Yes
Yes
No
G3 Fax
No
No
Yes
IS 2225 / 2230 as Receiver
Internet Fax
G3 Fax
Yes
No
Yes (text only)
Yes*
No
Yes
Internet Fax by E-mail
Sender
PC
G3 Fax
*using LAN-Fax feature
•
Sending Internet Faxes from IS 2235 / 2245
The receiver terminal can be an Internet fax or a PC. Sent documents will be scanned and
transmitted in T.37. The e-mail address book in the IS 2235 / 2245 mainframe is shared with
the Scan to E-mail application and Internet Faxing application.
•
Receiving Internet Faxes with IS 2235 / 2245
The IS 2235 / 2245 will receive Internet faxes from an Internet fax terminal or PC. If the
document is sent from a PC to the IS 2235 / 2245 as an Internet fax, the contents of the
sender’s E-mail will not include any application files. The IS 2235 / 2245 will reject the E-mail
as a transmission error.
Paperless / Server-less Fax
The IS 2235 / 2245 can store the incoming fax data to its SAF memory without an additional
server. Using this function, customers can check the receiving fax data using Web Image Monitor.
Printing, deleting or downloading the stored data to a PC are all possible from Web Image Monitor.
Paperless / Server less fax systems can easily be proposed to customers as an easy fax solution
for light fax usage.
Using the SAF memory, the following number of pages can be stored:
SAF memory
Number of Pages
Standard
4MB
320 pages
With SAF Memory option
28MB
2,240 pages
When the SAF memory is full, the machine will start printing out data from the oldest date, and
then delete the data after the print is completed.
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Fax Forwarding
Forwarding Inbound Faxes to E-mail
Users can programme inbound faxes to be forwarded to receivers directly via E-mail. This can be
for single receivers such as administrators, or to multiple receivers in a workgroup. The inbound
fax will be converted to TIFF format when forwarded to the E-mail destination.
Fax sender
E-mail with TIFF file
Receiver of Inbound fax
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
¾
¾
Reduce administrative workload and improve productivity.
No physical location restriction in receiving faxes.
Security, as sensitive documents will not be printed on the MFP and left on the machine for all
to see.
Since received faxes are converted into electronic documents, users can rename them for
electronic archiving for future record.
New
Forwarding Inbound Faxes to Folder
Users can programme inbound faxes to be forwarded to folders in the server or to the users’ own
PCs. The fax documents will be converted to TIFF files in the MFP and will be transmitted
accurately to the folders via the local network.
Server (Share folder)
Fax sender
TIFF file
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Client PC
Client PC
Security: Since the fax documents will be converted into electronic data and transmitted via
local network, the risk of theft will be eliminated. Paper documents will no longer be left on
machines.
Manageability: Improves the workflow of the fax operator
Utilise the existing LAN/WAN network: Minimum investment
Provide cost saving and secure document distribution solution
No E-mail infrastructure required
Files as large as 2GB can be sent, almost no limit in document size for general users
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E-mail Notification of Inbound Fax to Folder
New
The Inbound Fax to Folder feature provides accuracy and safety to users. However, users still
need to know when faxes are forwarded to their folders, otherwise productivity is compromised
through having to frequently check folders. The solution that the IS 2235/45 provides is to notify
users each time faxes are forwarded to folders.
Server (Share folder)
1. Inbound fax
forwarded to folder
Fax sender
2. E-mail notification will
be sent to the receiver
TIFF file
Client PC
Client PC
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
¾
¾
Better security: no fax documents sitting on the machine, no routing through SMTP servers.
Help in inbound fax filing: folder in the PC can act as an electronic repository for inbound
faxes.
Timely updates: keep fax admin advised of incoming faxes
By using the special sender features, faxes from specific sender numbers (TSI) can be
forwarded to designated folders in the PC
Forwarding of fax transmission results to E-mail
If users programme the “E-mail TX Result” in the Quick Operation Key, they can select
transmission report by E-mail from the touch screen panel before scanning the fax documents for
sending. This is a kind of “To My E-mail” function for improving productivity and efficiency in the
office.
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
¾
Users do not have to take the trouble to check the transmission report, or even to open Web
Image Monitor to confirm fax transmission results, especially if there is a batch transmission
where users have difficulty in telling when and how much time the transmission will take.
Users do not have to print out the transmission report on paper for filing purposes.
Transmission reports can be filed as an E-mail record in order to reduce TCO.
The faxed document will be attached with the E-mail as a TIFF file for user confirmation.
When there is heavy transmission and multiple transactions, users can verify the faxed
contents easily by just opening the attached file.
Fax Number search using LDAP
You can now search for a Fax number from the LDAP server in the same way as you would search
for an email address, improving manageability of the address book.
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
Improve manageability of address book management.
Same operation with LDAP search of scan to E-mail.
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LAN Fax
(Printer/Scanner option required for this function)
This function allows you to transmit fax messages directly from your PC, reducing the number of
steps required when you send a fax.
Receiver fax
1. Send the fax data from
the PC to the IS 2235/45
Telephone
Network
2. The IS 2235/45 will send the
data via the telephone network
directly to the receiver fax
IP-FAX (T.38)
New
(Printer/Scanner option required for this function)
With the IP-Fax feature, you can send or receive faxes from the IS 2235/45 to an IP-Fax machine
which is directly connected to the same network using the TCP/IP protocol. Use the IP address
instead of the fax number to specify the destination machine, or use the alias number when using
the gatekeeper. You can also send faxes to G3 fax machines connected to PSTN via the VoIP
gateways (with the T.38 Function).
No E-mail server is required since the NIC Fax communicates with the destination fax machines
that are connected to the same network – and the transmission speed is higher than using G3.
LAN/WAN/VPN
<New IP Fax icon >
NIC FAX “A”
IP address: 133.139.X.Y
Host name: IPFAX II
Fax Number: 1234-2222
IP address: 133.139.X.X
Host name: IPFAX I
Fax Number: 1234-1111
G3 FAX
1234-1111: 133.139.X.X
1234-2222: 133.139.X.Y
#9: 133.139.61.3
Gateway
IP address: 133.139.X.Z
Host name: GATEWAY1
Access Number: #9
Gatekeeper
Alias fax number
Benefits for Customers
¾
¾
¾
¾
Fast and high quality communication.
Only need an IP address: No mail server needed.
Provide real fax confirmation.
Communication through LAN/WAN network instead of PSTN reduces cost
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Document Server
Documents (files) from different applications such as the copier, printer, fax or scanner function
can be stored in the 40GB hard disk drive and reused. Using the Web Image Monitor, it is easy to
search and view saved documents in the Document Server using a standard web browser.
Copy, Fax, Print,
Scan Data
Search & View
Copy
Copy, Fax Print
Data
Fax
Reprint
HDD
Fax, Scan Data
Copy, Print Data*
Print
Retrieve PC
Scan
Scan & Store
Retrieve to PC - Download Fax & Scan data in PDF, Multi-page TIFF or JPEG
With the File Format Converter you can also download Copy & Print data
Search & View (with Web Image Monitor) - Search files by file name or user name
View files by thumbnail, icon or detail
Benefits to Customers
Easy “paper to electronic” conversion – large quantities of documents can be converted to
electronic data quickly. Using the HDD for storage reduces paper consumption (cost saving),
helps to manage both paper and electronic documents (improves productivity), and finding the right
document is much easier (saves time). And the HDD can also be accessed with the Web Image
Monitor (ease of use).
Maximum number of A4 pages that can be stored in the Document Server
Copy
Print
Fax
Scan
B&W (ITUT No. 4 chart)
B&W (Lyla chart)
B&W (ITUT No. 1/200dpi MMR)
B&W (ITUT No. 1/200dpi MMR)
2,500
9,000
9,000
9,000
The actual storage capacity may differ from the above, depending on the type of document and scanning resolution.
Capacity of the Document Server
Maximum stored documents
Maximum pages per document
Maximum pages of all stored documents
3000 documents
1000 pages per document
9000 pages
The Document Server capacity depends on the image coverage of each document, therefore actual maximum capacity
may vary.
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Web Image Monitor
The Web Image Monitor makes it easy through a web browser to find data stored on the HDD.
Documents can then be retrieved for reprinting or attaching to an E-mail. Web Image Monitor
enables you to monitor the machine status, change network settings, view and handle the
Document Server, manage the address book, and monitor the job log from your PC. No additional
software installation is required, only a general web browser is required. With the IS 2235/45 there
are several new administrator mode settings and applications that have been added that improve
the manageability of the machines.
User friendly screen for users to navigate:
Benefits to Customers
No software required, therefore no additional cost incurred.
This function is preferred by IT Managers, as there is no burden on PCs.
Because it is Web based, it has the most common user interface which requires no training.
All functions that users and administrators require are included, therefore it is an ideal document
management tool for customers.
Users are more productive as data can be reused either for printing or attaching to e-mails.
New View/Edit Network settings in Administrator Mode:
¾
¾
¾
¾
Device
o
o
o
o
Data/Time/Timer
Auto E-mail Notification
On Demand E-mail
User/Admin Authentication Management
Programme/Change Admin
o
o
o
o
General/Admin/E-mail
IP-Fax Settings
Gateway Settings
Parameter Settings
o
o
o
Network Security
SSL/TLS
Certificate
Remote Communication Gate
o
Printer Network Settings
Fax
Security
o
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Security
The need for Security
As office products evolve to advanced network devices, security threats such as data theft or
falsification of electronic data through “spoofing” or tapping have become common problems for
many companies and governments. As a result our products which sit on the network are under
increasing scrutiny by customers whose security needs are on the increase. There are in fact
many organisations and military divisions that forbid the installation of multifunctional products.
With the introduction of the new security features of Windows Authentication, an improved
DataOverwriteSecurity (DOS) unit and the new Unauthorised Copy Control features for the IS2235
/45, we can provide a secure environment for these customers.
Furthermore, as a result of the increased level of criminal and terrorist activity directed at networks,
new laws have been and are being introduced that require organisations to protect sensitive and
personal information - such as banks, hospitals etc. The cost of cleaning up systems after a cyber
attack is driving organisations to look for preventative measures.
Who threatens security?
Security is not only threatened by organised criminals or industrial spies, it can also be threatened
from within organisations – knowingly or unknowingly. There are also amateur hackers who try to
break into networks to prove their expertise and earn status.
The IS 2235 and IS 2245 address security concerns in 5 areas:
¾ Authentication
¾ Encryption
¾ HDD Data Protection
¾ Scan Security
¾ Conventional Document Server Security
Authentication
Windows Authentication on the IS 2235/2245 requires no dedicated user name and password, and
no additional expenditure on hardware or software. The customer’s existing network security
system can authenticate an individual user by using their existing username and password that
they already use to Login to their PC.
When accessing the MFP (either at the machine itself or from the PC), users are asked for their
user name and password – these are then verified by the Windows server:
Enter your network password
User name:
Password:
Once the login information is authenticated, scanning is available, and the authenticated username
automatically goes to the sender name field and cannot be changed. This eliminates “spoofing”
and the secure network integrity is maintained.
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The IS 2235/45’s authentication function provides access limitation management by individual
users and groups of users. By utilising this access limitation management, customers can limit the
machine’s available functions, and protect the machine settings, files and data stored in the
machine from unauthorised access.
To use the Authentication function, Users and Administrators need to register. An Administrator
manages access to the allocated functions, and Users can use only the functions they are
permitted to access.
Administrators
There are four types of Administrator, and a Supervisor. By sharing the administrative work
amongst different administrators, customers can spread the workload and limit unauthorised
operation. To prevent unauthorised changes to any settings, Administrators are also required to
be authenticated.
¾ The Machine Administrator mainly manages the machine’s default settings.
¾ The Network Administrator manages the network settings and prevents unauthorised
access over the network. The Network Administrator will manage IP addresses and e-mail
settings.
¾ The File Administrator manages permissions to access stored files on the HDD
¾ The User Administrator manages personal information in the address book.
The Supervisor can delete an administrator’s password and specify a new one, but cannot specify
machine settings or use functions.
Users
By enabling user authentication, customers can allow only people registered in the address book to
use the machine. Users can also register by using Web Image Monitor or SmartDeviceMonitor for
Admin.
There are four user authentication methods:
¾
¾
¾
¾
User Code Authentication
Basic Authentication
LDAP Authentication
Windows Authentication
User Code Authentication
User code authentication is the conventional method of gaining access to the device through the
control panel using a user code. Access to specific functions can be limited. This authentication
method is ineffective as the same user code can be used by more than one user.
Basic Authentication
New
Basic authentication utilises a user name and password system and is slightly more sophisticated
than the User Code method in that it can limit access to stored files and personal data in the
address book, but it is not supported over the network.
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LDAP Authentication
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LDAP authentication authenticates an individual user who has their account on the LDAP server.
This is done by utilising the existing network username/password. The benefit of LDAP
authentication is that it uses the existing Windows network login infrastructure. This satisfies the IT
manager, as there is no additional login-password required. The users are also happy, as they do
not need to remember an additional password.
New
Windows Authentication
Windows Authentication authenticates an individual user who has their account on the directory
server. This is done by using the existing Windows domain controller and network username and
password. With Windows Authentication, customers can limit access to any or all applications by
individuals or groups registered in the directory server. Here again, the benefits are that Windows
Authentication uses the existing Windows network login infrastructure. This satisfies the IT
manager, as there is no additional login-password required. The users are also happy, as they do
not need to remember an additional password.
Summary of Customer Benefits of Windows Authentication
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Eliminates unauthorised use of the machine
Can limit access to any or all applications
Utilises the existing Windows Network login infrastructure
Eliminates “from” field spoofing
IT Manager: no additional login-password system to register
Users: no additional password to remember
Enter your network password
User name: joebloggs
joebloggs
Password:
*****
*****
Windows Server
Operation panel
Windows Authentication eliminates unauthorized usage of the MFP
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Encryption
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New
Simply put, encryption is the translation of data into a secret code to protect it from being stolen.
To use any of the encryption functions, the IS 2235/45 must be equipped with the printer/scanner
unit.
A digital
signature is
not a graphical
representation
of a
handwritten
signature (a
Plain Text
Key
Encryption
IQB1AwUB
MVSiA5QYC
uMfgNYjAQ
FAKgL/Bfbe
NEsbthba4Bl
rcnjaqbcKsK
Mdkef4lsdo[lj
7Nv+
Key
Decryption
Encrypted
Text
A digital
signature is
not a graphical
representation
of a
handwritten
signature (a
Plain Text
Communication Path Protection by SSL (Secure Socket Layer)
SSL Encryption is the protocol that creates a secure connection between the client PC and the
server. This is the protocol that is used for online credit card transactions. SSL Encryption
ensures that data is protected from interception, tampering with or analysis.
When accessing the machine using a Web browser, IPP, or SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin,
customers establish encrypted communication as described in the following flowchart.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
When accessing the machine from a user’s PC, the user’s PC requests the SSL server
certificate and public key from the machine
The server certificate and public key are sent from the machine to the user’s PC. There are
2 types of server certificate: self-signed, or one that is issued by a certificate authority
By using the public key, the data is encrypted and ready for transmission
The encrypted data is sent to the machine
The encrypted data is decrypted using the private key
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SNMPv3 Encrypted Communication (Simple Network Management Protocol)
SNMPv3 is the protocol that governs network management, and monitoring of devices on the
network. This protocol is used to prevent interception of data by unauthorized users who could use
this data to tamper with the machine or network settings. SNMPv3 encryption can be used by
customers when encrypting communication via SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin.
Encrypt Data in the Address Book
Even if the HDD is removed from the MFP, disposed of or stolen, the data in the address book is
protected by encryption and cannot be read. The User Administrator can set this function.
Driver Encryption Keys
By setting up the same encryption keys for both machine and users’ printer drivers (PCL & RPCS),
it is possible to encrypt the user authentication login password. Users register the encryption key
to their printer drivers so that they can prevent login passwords from being analyzed. In the case
of PDF passwords, users register their password to DeskTopBinder Lite when using PDF Direct
Print.
HDD Data Protection
DataOverwriteSecurity (DOS) Unit
Most of our current MFPs have a built-in HDD and many of the functional capabilities are
processed through the HDD. However, the latent image data remains as temporary data in the
HDD after the completion of jobs. Confidential information therefore can potentially be retrieved or
stolen. To address this problem, a DOS Unit Type D has been introduced.
The DOS solution was designed to meet mainly government, military and large major accounts’
requirement for document security while using digital copiers. The DOS Unit conforms to ISO
Standard 15408 which is the United States National Security Agency’s (NSA) recommended
method of managing classified documents and securing sensitive information.
The DOS erases the temporary data on the HDD by writing over it after completion of jobs. The
DOS unit Type D is drastically improved over Types A and B. With Type D, it is now possible to
overwrite temporary data from the scanner and document server function.
Copy functions
Printer functions
Sample/Locked Print jobs
New functionality:
Scanner functions
Document Server functions
Paperless/Server less fax data
File Format Converter functions
PS3 functions
DOS unit Type D
DOS unit Types A&B
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
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In addition to above improvements, it is possible to completely overwrite all the data in the HDD
with the DOS unit Type D. The overwriting starts immediately once a copy, print or scanner job is
completed. This function meets customer needs when disposing of the machine or moving it to
another section, all data in machine being overwritten.
The DOS unit employs two methods of overwriting the data on the Hard Disc Drive:
¾ Auto Erase Memory erases the temporary data on the hard disc from copier, scan or print
jobs, by writing over it. The data stored in the address book is not overwritten, but can be
encrypted for security.
¾ Erase All Memory writes over all the data on the hard disc. This is useful if the machine is
relocated or disposed of. By using this function, the following items are erased.
ƒ Documents stored by the user in the Document Server using the Copier, Printer or
Scanner functions
ƒ Information registered in the Address Book
ƒ User codes and the counters under each user code
ƒ Network settings
ƒ User stamps
ƒ Printer fonts downloaded by the user
Overwrite Method
With the DOS unit Type D, customers can chose from three overwrite methods (for both Auto
Erase and Erase All Memory):
¾ NSA (National Security Agency, USA) – this is the default setting
ƒ Temporary data is overwritten twice with random numbers and once with zeros
¾ DoD (Dept of Defence, USA)
ƒ Temporary data is overwritten with a fixed value, the fixed value’s complement,
random numbers, and then verified
¾ Random Data Overwrite
ƒ Temporary data is overwritten multiple times with random numbers. The number of
overwrites can be between 1 and 9 (the default is 3).
Document Server Security
Stored files in the HDD can be protected from unauthorised access and editing by limiting access
rights. File owners and file administrators can set this function (the default access level for the
owner is “Full Control”.
Scan Security
To prevent data leaks, customers can limit the use of the scanner by specifying who is allowed to
scan documents, and also to where the scanned documents may be sent. For example,
customers can disable the use of adding e-mail addresses, so that files can only be sent to users
registered in the address book.
Network Port Protection
To prevent illegal access to the network, specific ports such as SNMP or FTP can be closed. The
benefit to customers is the prevention of the following threats:
¾ Destruction, corruption or modification of the file system
¾ Possibility of acting as a server for relaying viruses
¾ Possibility of successful DoS (Denial of Service) Attack
¾ Theft of user name or password
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SERVICE FACTORS
Target Reliability
Target Monthly Print / Copy
Volume
IS2235
IS2245
ACV
10K
20K
Max CV Print
50K
50K
Duty (/month)
200K
200K
PM Interval
150K
150K
EM Interval (MCBF)
75K
75K
MCBC
50K
50K
5 yrs or 3000K prints,
whichever comes 1st
5 yrs or 3000K prints,
whichever comes 1st
Unit Life
OEM Equivalents
Infotec
Ricoh
Nashuatec
Rex Rotary
Gestetner
Lanier
IS2235
Aficio 3035
DSm 735
DSm 735
DSm 735
LD235
IS2245
Aficio 3045
DSm 745
DSm 745
DSm 745
LD245
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CONFIGURATIONS & PART NUMBERS
Multi Tray Finisher
SR880
ARDF DF82
Platen Cover
3800C
1 bin Tray
IS2135 / IS2145
Finisher
SR790
Bridge Unit
Bypass tray
50 sheet
Duplex unit
Paper trays – (2x500)
Booklet Finisher SR890
Cabinet
Paper Bank (2x500)
1500 sheet LCT
NB: There is no mailbox and no external tray option with this model
ADDITIONAL OPTIONS
COPIER
Copy Data Security Unit
Punch Unit (2/4 hole)
User code enhance NVRAM
Key counter bracket
FAX
Fax kit
Additional G3 port unit
32MB SAF Memory
Fax stamp marker ink
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PRINTER/SCANNER
256MB Memory
Postscript 3
IEEE 1284 Parallel Interface
Wireless LAN interface
IEEE 1394 interface
Bluetooth
File Format converter
Data Overwrite Security Unit
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ITEM
PART No.
IS2235
890 101 24
COMMENTS
Basic Copier (35 CPM)
Includes 2 x 500 sheet paper trays
50 sheet bypass
Duplex
128 MB RAM
40 GB Hard Disk Drive
Toner and developer must be ordered separately
NB: Every machine requires:Operator instructions/
Document feeder or platen cover, Paper bank or cabinet
Basic Copier (45 CPM)
IS2245
890 101 25
SEE ABOVE FOR FURTHER DETAILS
O/I Kit English
890 516 73
Must be ordered separately
O/I Kit Dutch
890 516 78
“
O/I Kit Swedish
890 516 79
“
O/I Kit Norwegian
890 516 80
“
O/I Kit Danish
890 516 81
“
O/I Kit Finnish
890 516 82
“
Fax Cable Kit
889 931 59
Required for every fax option for machines in the UK
ARDF (DF82)
890 202 45
80 Sheet Document Feeder
Every machine needs a DF or platen cover
Platen Cover type 3800C
890 300 03
Platen Cover – every machine needs a DF or platen cover
Bridge Unit Type 2045
890 201 46
The bridge unit is required if the machine is fitted with a
finisher. It transports the paper into the external device
890 302 05
Provides an additional output tray, inside the centre of the
machine, can be used to separate output from different
sources (ie print, copy, fax)
Capacity of tray is 125 sheets (80 gsm)
Multi Tray Finisher SR 880
890 201 41
2 tray finisher- both offering shift sort facility:
Offsets and staples 50 sheets in 4 positions
Upper tray holds up to 500 sheets
Lower tray holds up to 2000 sheets or 1500 in multi-tray mode
Finisher 1000 SR 790
890 200 76
1000 sheet finisher
Offsets and staples – 3 positions, 50 sheets (A4)
890 201 42
1000 sheet finisher
Offsets and staples – 4 positions, 50 sheets (A4)
Saddle-stitch and fold booklets up to 15 sheets = 60 pages.
Booklet size: A5 or A4
1-Bin Tray PT PT330
Booklet Finisher SR890
NB: A bridge unit and PS530 are required with every finisher.
2 x 500 (A4) sheet additional paper bank
A5 SEF-A3, 60-105 gsm
1,500 (A4) sheet additional paper tray
A4 only 60-105 gsm
Is fitted to the cabinet or the PS530
Paper Bank PS530
890 201 43
LCT RT 45
890 201 44
Cabinet
890 303 79
Required if PS530 is not fitted
Punch Kit Type 1045
890 300 46
Punch kit – allows the user to select 2 or 4 hole punch
Available only with finisher SR880
Punch Kit Type 1045SC
890 300 47
4 hole punch unit for Sweden only
Available only with finisher SR880
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PART No.
COMMENTS
890 303 62
Allows the unit to be used as a high-speed fax machine, with
a modem speed of 33.6 Kbps
To use LAN-fax functionality, printer/scanner unit is required
An ARDF 82 is recommended.
G3 Interface Unit Type 3045
890 303 63
Additional Group 3 fax port, allowing 2 lines to work
simultaneously – it is possible to install 2xG3 interface to
provide up to 3 lines
Requires Fax Option Type 3045
SAF Memory Type B
889 983 51
32MB SAF Memory – allows storage of approx 2,240 pages
Printer / Scanner Unit
Type 3045
890 303 61
Upgrades the main machine to a printer and scanner, comes
with Network Interface Board and USB 2.0 as standard
NB: a printer kit and a 256 MB memory are needed for each
printer / scanner
256 MB Memory Unit Type E
890 303 41
Required for the Printer / Scanner Unit
PostScript 3 Unit Type 3045
890 303 64
Adobe Postscript Level 3
Allows printer to be used with a MAC and provides faster
printing of PDF files
Requires Printer/Scanner & 256MB Memory
IEEE 1394 Firewire Interface
Unit Type B
890 301 96
Firewire – connectivity option – requires Printer/Scanner
IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN
Interface Type H
890 303 40
Wireless LAN connectivity option – requires Printer/Scanner
Bluetooth Unit Type 3245
890 303 21
Bluetooth connectivity option – requires Printer/Scanner
IEEE 1284 Interface Unit Type A
890 302 77
Parallel connectivity option – requires Printer / Scanner
NV RAM - Type E
890 303 44
For increasing the number of user codes from 100 to 500s.
DataOverSecurity Unit Type D
890 303 20
File Format Converter Type B
890 201 62
Allows the user to download print & copy files from the
Document Server to a PC.
Copy Data Security unit
Type A/3045
890 303 69
Prevents unauthorised copying of printed material
Scanner Accessibility Unit
Type 3045
890 303 70
Key Counter Bracket Type H
889 987 62
Fax Option Type 3045
Allows a key counter to be fitted
CONSUMABLES
Toner Black Type 2045/I
890 400 75
Yield: 30,000 pages /bottle - A4, 6% chart
Developer Black Type 2045/1
890 400 74
Yield: 300,000 pages/cartridge - A4, 6% chart
OPC Drum 43/I
885 982 17
150,000 pages/drum
Staples XI/1 (Set cartridge)
885 958 18
1x5000 for SR790/SR880
includes: cartridge for loading staples plus staples
(Cartridge to be kept for refilling)
Staples XI/2 (refill)
885 958 19
3x5000 for SR790/SR880
Staple packs for refilling cartridge above
Staples VI
885 973 93
4x2000 for SR890 normal stapling
Staples IX
885 983 46
5x5000 for SR890 saddle-stitch stapling
Fax Stamp Ink Type 30
885 967 88
Requires ARDF to be fitted as well as Fax option – allows,
marking of faxes which have gone through the ARDF
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X
2. Platen Cover
X
3. 1000 Sheet Finisher
4. Multi Tray Finisher
X
5. Booklet Finisher
X
X
6. Paper Bank
7. LCT
M
8. 1 Bin Tray
9. Bridge Unit
M
M
M
10. Punch Unit
X
M
X
11. Fax Unit
X
12. G3 Interface
M
X
13. Handset
M
X
14. SAF Memory 32MB
M
X
15. Printer/Scanner
M
16. PS3
M
17. IEEE1284 *
M
18. IEEE1394 *
M
R
19. Bluetooth *
M
R
R
20. Wireless LAN *
M
R
R
R
M
R
R
R
M
R
R
R
M
R
R
R
M
R
R
M
R
M
R
21. 256MB Memory
22. NV RAM
23. File Format Converter *
R
M
24. DOS Unit
25. Copy Data Security
X
X
X
X
26. Scanner Accessibility Unit
X
Cannot be installed together
M
Must be installed together
Notes:
1*
Only 2 out of 5 of these items can be installed
(Although Bluetooth & Wireless LAN Cannot be installed together)
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R
Refer to notes below
26.Scanner Accessibility Unit
25. Copy Data Security
24. DOS Unit
23. File Format Converter
22. NV RAM
21.256MB Memory
20. Wireless LAN*
19.Bluetooth*
18.IEEE 1394*
17.IEEE 1284*
16.PS3
15. Printer/Scanner
M
14.SAF Memory 32MB
M
M
13.Handset
M
12. G3 Interface
X
11. Fax Unit
M
10. Punch Unit
M
9. Bridge
6. Paper Bank
X
8. 1 Bin Tray
5. Booklet Finisher
X
7. LCT
4. Multi Tray Finisher
1. ARDF
3. 1000 Sheet Finisher
If you purchase
1. ARDF
IS2235/45
2. Platen Cover
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Mainframe Specification
Feature
Specification
Scanning Element
Flatbed with moving CCD array image-sensor
Print Process
Twin Laser beam scanning & Electro-photographic printing.
Resolution
600dpi
Memory
Standard 128MB
Max 384MB with Printer/Scanner Option
HDD
Standard 40GB
Warm-up time
(From main switch )
IS 2235: 15 seconds
IS 2245: 20 seconds
Recovery Time
(From Auto Off Mode)
IS 2235: 10 seconds
IS 2245: 15 seconds
Multiple copy
Up to 999 (Default: 999)
IS 2235: 4.3 sec.
IS 2245: 3.6 sec.
1st copy speed
(A4 / LT long edge feed from first input tray to internal tray, no
reduction/ enlargement)
Continuous copy speed
IS 2235: 35 cpm (A4/LT long edge feed, No R/E -19 cpm A3/DLT)
IS 2245: 45 cpm (A4/LT long edge feed, No R/E - 22 cpm (A3/DLT
One to one copy speed
IS 2235: 35 cpm (A4/LT long edge feed, No R/E)
IS 2245: 45 cpm (A4/LT long edge feed, No R/E)
Standard
500 sheets tray x 2 & 50 sheet bypass tray
Options
Paper Bank: 500 sheet tray x 2
LCT: 1500 sheets
Standard
Internal Tray: 500 sheets
With Bridge Unit : 250 sheets
Options
1 Bin Tray: 125 sheets
Finisher 1000: Max 1,000 sheets
Saddle-stitch Finisher:
Proof Tray : 150 sheets
Shift Tray : 1,000 sheets
Multi Tray Finisher:
Upper tray : 500 sheets
Lower tray Default
: 2,000 sheets
Multi tray mode: 1,500 sheets
Mailbox : Not Available
External tray: Not Available
Input Capacity
Output
Capacity
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Feature
Specification
Size:
Trays: A5 SEF – A3/ 5 1/2” x 8 /2”– 11” x 17”
Bypass:A6SEF–A3/5 1/2” x 8 1/2”– 11” x 17”
LCT: A4/ LT
Duplex: A5 SEF – A3/ 5 1/2” x 8 1/2” – 11” x 17”
Weight:
Paper Trays 1 & 2 : 64 g/m2 - 105 g/m2 (20-28 lbs)
Trays 3 & 4 : 60 g/m2 - 105 g/m2 (16-28 lbs)
LCT :
60 g/m2 - 105 g/m2 (16-28 lbs)
Bypass: 52 g/m2 – 163 g/m2 (16-44 lbs)
(44 lbs = 90 Index)
2
2
Duplex : 64 g/m - 105 g/m (20-28 lbs)
Paper size /
weight
Gray Scale
256 levels
Enlargement
115, 122, 141, 200, 400%
Reduction
93, 82, 75, 71, 65, 50, 25%
Zoom
25% - 400% in 1% step
Image density
Adjustment
Manual or automatic
User code
100 codes (Max. 500 codes with optional “User Account Enhance
Unit”)
Display Languages
English, French
*German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish,
Finnish, Portuguese, Polish, Hungarian, Czech and Russian are
provided by FTP server
Control panel
Symbols
Dimensions
(WxDxH):
Approx. 670 x 650 x 720 mm
(26.3” x 25.6” x 28.3”)
Weight:
Less than 79 kg ( 174 Ib)
Rating power spec.:
200V model: 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption:
Less than 1.50 KW
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Copier Specification – Enhanced Features
Feature
Specification
Auto Paper Selection
Standard
Auto Magnification Selection
Standard
Auto tray switch
Standard
Directional magnification (%)
Standard
Directional size magnification (inch/mm)
Standard
Series copy – Book to Simp.
Standard
Series copy - Dup. to Simp.
Standard
Photo mode
Standard (photo mode, text / photo mode)
Auto start
Standard
User program
Standard (10 modes)
Combine: 2 in 1 simplex
Standard
Combine: 4 in 1 simplex
Standard
Combine: 4 in 1 duplex
Standard
Combine: 8 in 1 simplex
Standard
Combine: 8 in 1 duplex
Standard
Combine: 16 in 1 duplex
Standard
Booklet Copy
Standard
Magazine Copy
Standard
Double copy
Standard
Erase center / boarder
Standard
Stamp / User Stamp
Standard - Page No., Date, Background numbering, User
Stamp, Preset Stamps
Electronic sort / Rotate Sort
Standard
Repeat copying
Standard
Image rotation
Standard
Archive File
Document Server
Cover insertion
Standard
Paper designate
Standard
OHP slip sheet
Standard
Stapling
1000 Finisher: 2staple/1positions
Multi Tray Finisher: 4 positions
Booklet Finisher: 4 positions
Margin adjust
Standard
Bypass feed
Standard
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Productivity Data
First Copy Speed: (Seconds)
ISC2235
ISC2245
A3
A4
A4 (SEF)
A3
A4
A4 (SEF)
Contact
Glass
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
LCT
5.2
5.6
6.1
6.7
-
4.0
4.3
5.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.9
5.5
6.1
-
4.2
4.4
4.8
5.3
-
3.3
3.5
3.9
4.4
3.9
3.7
3.8
4.4
4.8
-
ADF
Simplex
to
Simplex
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
LCT
6.0
6.3
6.9
7.5
-
4.9
5.2
5.8
6.3
5.7
5.3
5.7
6.3
6.8
-
5.0
5.2
5.6
6.1
-
4.1
4.2
4.7
5.2
4.7
4.5
4.6
5.1
5.5
-
ADF
Simplex
to
Duplex
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
LCT
13.7
13.8
14.4
14.9
-
10.4
10.5
11.2
11.7
11.1
11.8
11.9
12.5
13.1
-
11.6
11.6
11.9
12.4
-
8.8
8.9
9.1
9.6
9.2
10.0
10.0
10.4
10.8
-
ADF
Duplex
to
Duplex
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
LCT
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
-
11.4
11.4
11.4
11.4
11.4
12.8
12.8
12.8
12.7
-
12.5
12.5
12.5
12.6
-
9.8
9.8
9.9
9.8
9.8
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.0
-
Continuous Speed
ISC2235
ISC2245
A3
A4
A4 (SEF)
A3
A4
A4 (SEF)
Contact
Glass
Simplex
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
19
19
19
19
35
35
35
35
27
27
27
27
22
22
22
22
46
45
46
45
35
35
35
35
Contact
Glass
Duplex
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3
Tray 4
13
13
13
13
35
36
35
35
28
28
28
28
16
16
16
16
46
46
46
46
36
36
36
36
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PERIPHERALS SPECIFICATIONS
ARDF – DF82
Feature
Original Size
Original Weight:
Specification
Simplex
B6 SEF/LEF - A3 SEF
5 ½”x 8 ½ ”(HLT) SEF/LEF – 11”x17”(DLT) SEF
Duplex
A5SEF/LEF - A3 SEF
5 ½”x 8 ½ ”(HLT) SEF/LEF – 11”x17”(DLT) SEF
Simplex
40-128g/m2 / 11-34lbs
Duplex
52-105g/m2 / 14-28lbs
Stack Capacity:
80 sheets with 80g/m2 paper, or less than 11mm
Feeding Speed:
35 cpm (IS 2235), 45 cpm (IS 2245)
Power Consumption:
Less than 60 W (Power is supplied from mainframe)
Dimensions (WxDxH):
570x518x150mm
Weight:
Less than 12kg
Paper Bank – PS530
Feature
Specification
Paper Size:
A5 LEF -A3 SEF
5 ½”x8 ½” SEF – 11”x17” SEF
Paper Weight:
60-105g/m2 / 20-28lbs
Paper Capacity:
500 sheet x 2 tray (with 80g/m2 paper)
Operating: less than 71 dB (full system)
Stand-by: less than 40 dB (full system)
Noise (Power level):
Power Consumption:
50W
Dimensions (WxDxH):
540 x 600 x 270mm
Weight:
Less than 25kg
LCT – RT45
Feature
Specification
Paper Size:
A4 (LEF), LT (LEF)
Paper Weight:
60 - 105 g/m2, 20 - 28 lbs
Paper Capacity
1500 sheets
Operating: less than 71 dB (full system)
Stand-by: less than 40 dB (full system)
Noise (Power level):
Dimensions (WxDxH):
390 x 500 x 390 mm, 15.4” x 19.7” x 15.4”
Weight:
Less than 17 Kg, 37.5 lbs.
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Bridge Unit - Type 2045
Feature
Paper Size:
Paper Weight
Specification
Internal Tray
A5 - A3, B6 SEF, A6 SEF, A4 (LEF), 8 ½” x 5 ½” - 11” x 17”
To Finisher
A5 - A3, B6 SEF, A6 SEF, A4 (LEF), 8 ½” x 5 ½” - 11” x 17”
Internal Tray
52 - 157 g/m2 , 13.9 - 41.7 lbs
To Finisher
52 - 157 g/m2 , 13.9 - 41.7 lbs
250sheet
Stack Capacity:
One Bin Tray – PT280
Feature
Specification
Bin Capacity:
125 sheets (80 g/ m2)
Paper Size:
A5 SEF - A3, 8 1/2” x 11” SEF - 11”X17”
Paper Weight:
60 - 105 g/m2 , 16 – 28 lbs
Noise (Power
Level)
Operating
Operating: less than 71 dB (full system)
Stand-By
less than 40 dB (full system)
Power Consumption:
Less than 15W
Dimension (WxDxH):
470 x 565 x 140 mm
Weight:
Less than 4 kg
1000 Sheet Finisher – SR790
Feature
Paper Size:
Paper Weight:
Specification
Proof Tray
A3 – A6T,11” x 17” –8 1/2”x5 1/2”-HLT
Shift Tray
A3-A5,11”x17” – 8 1/2 x 5 1/2”(HLT)
Proof Tray
60 - 157 g/m2 (16 - 42lbs.)
Shift Tray
60 – 157 g/ m2 (16 - 42lbs)
Proof Tray
250 sheets (A4 LEF, 8 ½” x 11” LEF or smaller)(80 g/m2, 20.lb)
50 sheets (B4, 8 1/2” x 14” or larger)(80g/m2, 20 lbs)
Shift Tray
1000 sheets (A4 LEF, 8 1/2”x 11” or smaller) ((80 g/m2 , 20.lbs)
500 sheets ( B4, 8 ½” x 14” or larger) (80 g/m2 , 20.lbs)
Stack Capacity:
Staple Capacity:
50 sheets (A4, B5, 8 ½” x 11” or smaller) (80 g/m2, 20. lbs)
30 sheets ( A3, 11” x 17” or larger)
Staple Paper Size:
A3 - B5 LEF, LT - 11” x 17”
Staple Paper Weight:
64 - 90 g/m2 , 17 - 20 lbs
Staple Position:
1 staple / 2 position
2 staple / 3 position
Shift Tray
Standard
Noise (Power level)
Operating: less than 64 dB (full system)
Power Consumption:
50W
Dimension (WxDxH):
527 x 520 x 790mm / 20.7”x20.5”x31.1”
Weight:
Approx. 25kg
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Booklet Finisher – SR890
Feature
Upper Tray
(Proof Tray)
Lower Tray:
(Shift Tray)
Specification
Paper Size
A5 - A3, HLT - DLT
Paper Weight
52 - 163 g/m2 , 14 - 43 lbs.
Stack Capacity
150 sheets (A4LEF/B5LEF/A5LEF/ LT LEF/HLT LEF/HLT SEF)
75 sheets(A3SEF/B4SEF/A4SEF/B5SEF/DLT SEF/LG SEF/LT SEF)
Paper Size
A5 - A3, HLT - DLT
Paper Weight
52 - 163 g/m2 , 14 - 43 lbs.
Stack Capacity
1000 sheets (A4/B5LEF, LT/HLT LEF, HLT SEF)
500 sheets (A3/B4SEF, A4/B5SEF, DLT/LG SEF, LT SEF)
Staple Capacity
50sheets (A4/B5LEF, LT/HLT LEF, HLT SEF)
30sheets(A3/B4SEF, A4/B5SEF, DLT/ LG SEF, LT SEF)
Stapler Capacity
5,000 shots per cartridge (Type J)
Staple Position
1 staple/2 positions, 2 staples/2 positions
Paper Size
A3SEF / A4 SEF / B5 SEF / DLT SEF / / LT SEF
Paper Weight
60 - 80 g/m2 , 16 - 20 lbs.
Stack Capacity
11-15 sheets folder: 10 sets
6-10 sheets folder: 15 sets
less than 5 sheets folder: 25 sets
Staple Capacity
15 sheets
Stapler Capacity
2,000 shots per cartridge (Type E)
Staple Position
Center 2 position
Booklet Tray
Power Consumption:
170W (Power is supplied from mainframe)
Dimensions (WxDxH):
68,9 x 62,3 x 105,5 mm, 27.1" x 24.5" x 41.5"
Weight:
50kg, 110.2ibs
Saddle stitch staple
1
Normal Staple
3
Top
Bottom
50
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Multi-Tray Finisher – SR880
Feature
Upper Tray
Lower Tray:
Normal Mode
(Default)
Lower Tray:
Multi Tray
Mode
Specification
Paper Size
A6,B5,A5 - A3, HLT - DLT
Paper Weight
52 - 163 g/m2 , 14 - 43 lbs.
Stack Capacity
500 sheets (A4/ LT/B5/A5Y)
250 sheets (A3, B4, DLT, LG)
100 sheets (A5SEF, HLT)
Paper Size
A6,B5,A5 - A3, HLT - DLT
Paper Weight
52 - 163 g/m2 , 14 - 43 lbs.
Stack Capacity
2,000 sheets (A4LEF/ LTLEF)
750 sheets (A3, B4, A4 SEF, B5, DLT, LG, LT SEF,)
500 sheets (A5 LEF,)
100 sheets (A5 SEF, HLT)
*Staple output on upper tray is not available in Default mode.
Paper Size
A6,B5,A5 - A3T, HLT - DLT
Paper Weight
52 - 163 g/m2 , 14 - 43 lbs.
Stack Capacity
1,500 sheets (A4LEF/ LTLEF)
750 sheets (A3, B4, A4 SEF, B5, DLT, LG, LT SEF,)
500 sheets (A5 LEF,)
100 sheets (A5 SEF, HLT)
Staple Capacity:
(with 80g/m2 paper)
50 sheets (A4 / 8 ½”x11”(LT) or smaller)
30 sheets (B4 / 8 ½”x14”(LG) or larger)
Staple Paper Size:
B5 SEF/LEF -A3 SEF
8 ½”x11” (LT) SEF/LEF – 11”x17”(DLT) SEF
Staple Paper Weight:
64-90g/m2
Staple Position:
1 staple / 3 positions (Top, Top Slant, Bottom)
2 staples / 1 position (Left2 / Top2)
Stapler Capacity:
5,000 shots per cartridge
Power Consumption:
60W (Power is supplied from mainframe)
Dimensions (WxDxH):
680 x 620 x 1,030mm
Weight:
53kg, 116ibs
Punch Kit for EU 2/4 hole (for SR880 Only)
Feature
Specification
Dimensions (WxDxH)
SEF: A3-A5, DLT-HLT
LEF: A4-A5, LT-HLT
SEF: A3, B4, DLT
LEF: A4, B5, LT
2 hole version :52 - 163 g/m2, 14 – 43 lbs
4-hole version :52 – 163 g/m2, 14 - 43 lbs
142 x 456 x 92 mm
Weight
2.9 Kg
2 Hole
Paper size
4 Hole
Paper Weight
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Punch Kit for Scandinavian 4 hole (for SR880 Only)
Feature
Paper size
4 Hole
Specification
SEF:
LEF:
A3-A5, DLT-HLT
A4-A5, LT-HLT
Paper Weight
52 – 163 g/m2, 14 - 43 lbs
Dimensions (WxDxH)
142 x 456 x 92 mm
Weight
2.9 Kg
Scanner Accessibility Option – Type 3245
This unit allows users to operate the machine or scan documents from the side, instead of using the control
panel on the machine. It has been developed to comply with Section 508 of the U.S.A. Rehabilitation Act.
Feature
Specification
Position:
On the right side of the mainframe (Please see picture below)
Length of Connector cable:
1.8m
Power Consumption:
Power is supplied from mainframe
Dimensions (WxDxH):
With ARDF (W)600 x (D)640 x (H)250
Without ARDF (W)600 x (D)640 x (H)100
Weight:
25.7Kg
13.7Kg
Included:
a cable which connects the mainframe and scanner
-a lid which covers the mainframe when scanner is removed
Image: After the scanner is separated from the mainframe
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Printer
Feature
Specification
RM7035C-466 466MHz
CPU
RAM
Std.
Hard Disk
Std.
Std.
PDL
384MB (Resident:128MB + Additional 256MB)
Additional 256MB memory is mandatory for printing
40GB
PCL5e, PCL6, RPCS
Adobe PostScript3
600 dpi x 600 dpi
(2400 dpi equivalent x 600 dpi with smoothing)
600x600/ 300x300/ 200x200 (dpi)
Option
Max
Engine
Print
Resolution
Controller
Drivers
Fonts
PCL5e
300x300/ 600x600 (dpi)
PCL6
600x600 (dpi)
RPCS
200x200/600x600 (dpi)
PS3 (Option)
300x300/ 600x600 (dpi)
PCL5e
300x300/ 600x600 (dpi)
PCL6
600x600 (dpi)
RPCS
200x200/ 300x300/ 600x600 (dpi)
PS3 (Option)
600x600 (dpi)
PCL: 59 fonts
(TrueType :10 fonts, Intellifont: 35 fonts,
International font: 13 fonts,
Bitmap fonts: 1 font)
PS3: 136 Adobe PostScript Type 1 fonts
Std.
Option
Std.
Host Interface
Option
Network Protocol
DDNS Support
Connectivity
MIB support
RJ-45 network port (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T), USB2.0
IEEE1394, Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11b), Bluetooth, Parallel
Port IEEE 1284
TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, SMB ( NetBIOS over TCP/IP), AppleTalk
(Auto Switching)
Related
Protocol
TCP/IP
Support
server
See detail below.
MIB-II(RFC1213), HostResource(RFC1514),
PrinterMib(RFC1759)
Ricoh Private MIB (Ricoh Original)
Windows 95/98SE/NT4.0/2000/Me/XP/Server 2003
Netware 3.12, 3.2, 4.1, 4.11, 5.0, 5.1, 6, 6.5
Network/Operating
Unix; Sun Solaris, HP-UX, SCO OpenServer, RedHat Linux,
Systems
IBM AIX
Mac OS 8.6-9.2x, OS X 10.1 or later
*Memory and HDD are shared with other applications
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) Support
DDNS records (**) managed by the DNS server will be dynamically renewed.
Without DDNS, manual renewal of records is required when the DNS client’s IP address is changed.
(**) There are two types of records, mapping information as follows;
1.”A” record for host name to IP address
2.”PTR” record for IP address to host name.
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Customer benefits
With the conventional DNS function, name resolution does not work in the following cases.
1.Change of IP address for MFP
2.Change of Device Name for MFP
With the DDNS function, above changes will be automatically notified to DNS server, name resolution work
even after these changes.
Support Server
1.DNS server
a. Static IP setting
-“Microsoft DNS Server” of Windows 2000 Server
-BIND 8.2.3 later
b. DHCP setting
i. In case of renewal of “A” record by MFP
-“Microsoft DNS Server” of Windows 2000 Server
-BIND 8.2.3 later
ii. In case of renewal of “A” record by DHCP
-“Microsoft DNS Server” of Windows 2000 Server
-BIND 8.2.3 later
-Standard DNS Server attached with NetWare 5 later
2.DHCP Server that can renew “A” record instead of MFP
-Microsoft DHCP Server of Windows 2000 Server SP3 later
-ISC DHCP 3.0 later
-Standard DHCP Server attached with NetWare 5 later
Language Support
Language
LCD
Touch
Panel
Print Driver
RPCS
PCL6c
PS3
LAN-FAX
Editor
English
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
German
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
French
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Italian
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Spanish
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Dutch
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Swedish
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Norwegian
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Danish
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Czech
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Hungarian
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Finnish
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Polish
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Portuguese
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Russian
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Korean
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Simplified Chinese
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Traditional Chinese
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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Printer Driver - Features
PostScript3
PCL 5e / 6 RPCS Windows Windows Windows Mac OS
Mac OSX
9x / Me
NT4
2000 / XP 8.6-9.2
Job Binding
Send to Document Server
Sample Print
Locked Print
Hold Print
Stored Print
Stored Print (Shared)
Reduce/Enlarge (Zoom/Scaling)
Reduce/Enlarge Centering
Collate
Layout (N-up)
Poster
Duplex
Booklet1
Booklet2 (Magazine)
Non-Reduction Booklet
Punch
Staple
Front Cover
Back Cover
Front and Back Cover
Slip Sheet
Chaptering
User Defined Pages
Tab Shift Printing
Fit to Print
Mirror Image Print
Negative Image Print
Dithering
Edge Smoothing
Toner Saving
Watermark
Overlay
Header/Footer
Adjust image position
Binding Margins
User ID
User Code
Rotate Print
Reverse Order Print
Do not print Blank pages
Edge to Edge Print
Authentication
Encryption/Encoding
Unauthorized Copy Control
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y*2
Y *2
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y *5
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y*3
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y *4
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y *4
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y*3
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y*1
Y*1
Y*1
Y*1
Y*1
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y*3
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y *4
N
N
N
N
Y*1
Y*1
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y: supported
N: not supported
*1: Available with MAC OS X 10.2. or later
*2: “Centering” feature cannot be selected from the PCL driver. However, this feature is PCL’s default. When printing with
the Reduce/Enlarge (Zoom) feature of PCL driver, the output will be automatically centered by the PCL ‘s original
centering function.
*3: Same as “First page/Other pages” feature
*4: Custom “Watermark Name” is not available.
*5: This feature cannot be selected from the printer driver, but can be to “On” in “PCL setting” of the MFP
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Supported Environments
Windows OS
OS
Type
PCL5e/6
RPCS
PostScript3
Windows 9x/Me
WorkStation 4.0
Server 4.0
Server 4.0 TSE (*6)
Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition
Professional
Server (*6)
Advanced Server (*6)
Datacenter Server
Professional
Home Edition
Standard
Enterprise
Datacenter Edition
Web Edition
Yes
Yes *1
Yes *1
Yes *2
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes *4
No
Yes *5
Yes *5
Yes *7
Yes *7 *4
No
No
Yes
Yes *2
Yes *2
Yes *2
No
Yes *3
Yes *3
Yes *3
No
Yes *3
Yes *3
Yes *3
Yes *3
No
No
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server
2003
*1: Service Pack 6a or later is required
*2: Service Pack 6 or later is required
*3: Adobe has not released PS driver for Windows 2000 and XP. Only MS-PostScript driver is available and
PPD file for MS-PS is included in the Driver CD.
*4: Cluster Server configuration is not supported.
*5: RPCS driver does not support "Fast User Switching" function of Windows XP.
*6: See 2) for Terminal Service and Citrix MetaFrame environment support
*7: On System environment with Windows Server 2003, the following printer driver functions have limitations.
RPCS Driver Function
Administrator
User
Custom Settings Icon
A
B
Add/Change Custom Settings
A
B
Manage Icons
A
B
Printer Configuration
A
B
Job Type
N/A
N/A
Overlay
N/A
N/A
A
B
N/A
N/A
User Settings
A
B
Custom Paper Size
A
B
N/A
N/A
Watermarks
Save/Restore Settings
Chaptering
A: Authorized for changing and registering
B: Access to use only
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Point & Print
Window OS
Server
Drivers
Client (Push to)
PCL5c/6
RPCS
PS
XP
W2K Pro
NT4.0 WS
98 / Me
XP
W2K Pro
NT4.0 WS
98 / Me
XP
W2K Pro
NT4.0 WS
98 / Me
XP
W2K Pro
NT4.0 WS
98 / Me
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000
Professional, Server &
Advanced Server
NT4.0 Workstation & Server
(Intel)
II) Terminal Service and Citrix MetaFrame
Server
PCL5c/6
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes*1
Yes
Windows Server 2003
WIndows2000 Server
Windows NT4.0 TSE
Win 2003 Servers + MetaFrame
Win 2000 Servers + MetaFrame
Win NT4.0 TSE +MetaFrame
Driver
RPCS
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PS
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Operating Environments
The following combinations of operating system and Citrix MetaFrame are supported:
Windows NT Server 4.0 Terminal Server Edition.- with SP6 and later required
1. Windows Terminal Service (RDP protocol)
2. MetaFrame 1.8 SP3/FR1+SP3/SP4 (ICA protocol)
3. MetaFrame XP 1.0 SP1/SP2/FR1 (ICA protocol)
Windows 2000 Server /Advanced Server
1. Windows Terminal Service (RDP protocol)
2. MetaFrame 1.8 SP3/FR1+SP3/SP4 (ICA protocol) *1
3. MetaFrame XP 1.0 SP1/SP2/SP3/FR1/FR2/FR3 (ICA protocol)
4. MetaFrame PresentationServer3.0
Windows 2003 Server
1. Windows Terminal Service (RDP protocol)
2. MetaFrame XP 1.0 FR3 (ICA protocol)
3. MetaFrame PresentationServer3.0
*1: PCL mono-drivers do not support MetaFrame1.8 + SP3 Environment. Only mini-driver support
Meta1.8+SP3 Environment.
Note:
Even if "Yes" is put into the cell, there is a chance that the driver is not supported under the
combination of FR and Service Pack of MetaFrame.
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Mac OS
PostScript3
Printer Utility for MAC
Mac OS 8.6 or later (OS X Classic)
Yes
Yes
Mac OS X Native (v. 10.1 or Later) *1
Yes
Yes*2
*1: Mac OS X v.10.0.X is not supported.
*2: Mac OS X v.10.2.0 is not supported.
UNIX Filter
Unix Platforms
Version
2.6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10
Sun Solaris
HP-UX
10.x / 11x / 11iv2
6.x / 7.x / 8.x / 9.x / Enterprise
Red Hat Linux
5.0.6 / 5.0.7
SCO OpenServer
V4.3 & 5L Version 5.1/5.2/5.3
IBM AIX
Supported Schedule: Oct 2005
Novell Netware
Netware
Server
NDPS
Gateway
Supported Version
Netware 3.12 / 3.2 / 4.1 / 4.11 / 5.0 / 5.1 / 6.0 / 6.5
Client OS
Windows 95 / 98 / Me / NT4.0 / 2000 / XP (Professional)
Supported Server
OS
Netware 5.1 (SP8 or later) / 6.0 (SP5 or later) / 6.5 (SP3
or later)
Supported Client
OS
Microsoft Windows 98 SE with Novell Client 3.4
Microsoft Windows NT4.0 SP6A / 2000 SP4 / XP
(Professional) SP2 with Novell Client 4.90 SP2
Localization
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Supported Schedule: TBA
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Scanner
Feature
Specification
Optical Resolution:
600 dpi 256 shades of grey
Scan Speed:
E-mail/Scan to Folder/Network delivery Scanner
52 ppm: A4 LEF/Text/200dpi, MH compression.
Auto scan size detection:
Contact
Glass
A3 SEF, B4 SEF, A4 SEF/LEF, B5 SEF/LEF
ARDF
A3 SEF, B4 SEF, A4 SEF/LEF, B5 SEF/LEF, A5 SEF/LEF
Foolscap SEF, B6 SEF/LEF, DLT SEF, LT SEF/LEF
Scan Area:
Main scan: 297mm, Sub scan: 432mm
Compression Method:
TIFF (MH, MR, MMR)
Grayscale: JPEG
Network Topology:
Ethernet 10/100BaseTX
IP over IEEE 1394
Wireless LAN (802.11b)
Protocol:
Network: TCP/IP, IPX
Network Twain: SNMP, rsh
Sending E-mail: SMTP, POP3
Scan to Folder: SMB, FTP, NCP
Memory:
384MB(Mainframe Std.128MB + Printer Scanner Unit 256MB)
Scanned Stamp (with ADF):
Yes (new)*1
*1: Scanned Stamp marking is indication that the original has been scanned, not has been sent. It is the same stamp in
fax scanning.
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Scan to E-mail
Feature
Specification
Requirement:
SMTP (Mail Server) Gateway and TCP/IP
Authorization function:
SMTP authentication
POP before SMTP authentication
Resolution:
100dpi, 200dpi (Default), 300dpi, 400dpi, 600dpi
Register E-mail address in HDD:
Max. 2,000 addresses
Register Group address in HDD:
Max. 100 Group (Max. 500 addresses in one group address)
Maintain E-mail address in HDD:
Direct input on operation panel,
WebImageMonitor , SmartDeviceMonitor
Destination E-mail address input
via soft key:
Yes, Max. 100 destinations per job
Search E-mail address in HDD:
By name and E-mail address
LDAP:
Yes (not synchronize)
Max. address numbers per send:
Max. 500 addresses per send
Address numbers per send:
Manual Input
Body
Message:
Max. 500
Address directly input via soft key *1 *2
Max. 100
Address looked up via LDAP *1 *2
Max. 100
to, cc, bcc
Attention:
Subject:
Address from HDD address book *1
Pre-register by user
Max. 128 Characters via soft key
22 subjects (Default 2 subjects, Total 24subjects)
Max. 20 characters per a subject
Manual Input
Max. 80 Characters via soft key
Pre-register by user
5 body messages. 80 characters x 5 lines per a body message
Title name of the body message: Max. 20 characters per a name
Preset
Message: “This e-mail included attached file sent from xxxx(machine
model name).”
E-mail Size:
128 – 102,400KB, Default=2,048KB
File type:
Single Page TIFF/JPEG, Single Page PDF, Multi Page TIFF, Multi
Page PDF
Program User Setting:
Yes (up to 10 programs)
Divide and send e-mail:
Yes (By page or size) / No, Default = Yes(By size) *3
Resend:
Yes (by page or size) / No, Default=Yes
*1: Address from HDD address book + Address input via soft key + Address looked up via LDAP = Max.500
*2: Address directly input via soft key + Address looked up via LDAP = Max. 100
*3: If the sent file size exceeds the maximum E-mail size, it will be divided into multiple sendings. In addition,
the sent files are limited by the receiving device due to the limitation in the receiving capacity at the
receiver SMTP server or E-mail software setting.
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Scan to Folder
Feature
Specification
Protocol Support:
SMB (Server Message Block), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), NCP
(NetWare Core Protocol)
Security:
Client folder log-in (log-in name and password)
Encryption of log-in name and password during transmission
Resolution:
100dpi, 200dpi (Default), 300dpi, 400dpi, 600dpi
Register Client Folder Address in
HDD:
Max. 2,000 folders
Register Group Address in HDD:
Max. 100 groups
Registered destinations in one group: 50
Maintain Client Folder Address in
HDD:
Direct input on operation panel,
Web Image Monitor, Smart Device Monitor
Destination Client Folder Address
Input via Soft Key:
Yes
Search Client Folder Address:
SMB: Network Browsing directly to the designated folders
Manual input of network path
FTP: Manual input of network path
NCP: Network Browsing directly to the designated folders
Manual input of network path
Max. Client Folder Numbers per
Send:
Max. 50 client folders / PCs per send
Destination Combination:
Combination of Scan to Folder and Scan to E-mail:
Max. 500 E-mail + Max. 50 Folders destinations
e.g.) 50 client folders + 500 E-mail addresses: OK
51 client folders + 499 E-mail addresses: Fail
30 client folders + 500 E-mail addresses: OK
(cannot set E-mail destination more than 500)
Input Subject:
No
Scan File Size:
MAX 2GB
File Size when combined Scan to
Folder & Scan to E-mail:
128- 102,400kB, Default = 2,048KB
(Scan to E-mail file size applied).
File type:
Single Page TIFF/JPEG, Single Page PDF, Multi Page TIFF, Multi
Page PDF
Program User Setting:
Yes (up to 10 programs)
Dividing file in Scan to E-mail:
Yes (By page or size) / No, Default = Yes(By size)
(When Scan to PC combine with Scan to E-mail)
Scanner Recall Interval Time:
60 - 900sec (Default: 300sec)
Number of Scanner Recalls:
On (1-99 (Default: 3 times)) / Off
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Max. address numbers per sending (combination between E-mail and Folder)
Input via
Address book
Scan to
E-mail
Scan to
Folder
Condition 1:
Max.address can
select or input
500
Manual input
100
Address book
50
Manual input
50
Condition 2:
Max. address allow
in single operation
Condition 3:
Combination of
addresses: Max.
500
550
50
The number of destination which user can put has to satisfy all of above 3 conditions. User can combine Email and Folder destinations up to 550 destinations.
Network TWAIN Driver
Feature
Specification
Document Size:
Max A3 / 11”x17”
Resolution:
Scanner: 600dpi
Driver: Binary-1,200dpi, 256 level-1,200dpi
Greyscale:
256 level
OS:
Win95/98/ME, WinNT4.0/2000, Win XP, Win Sever2003
Memory:
Minimum required memory for OS + 8MB
CPU:
Pentium 75MHz or more, or minimum required CPU for OS
HDD:
More than 100MB of disk space is required
Network:
Protocol: TCP/IP
Duplex Scanning:
Yes (with ARDF)
Skew Correction:
Yes
Image Rotation:
Yes
Soft Endorser:
Yes
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Fax
General Specification
Feature
Specification
Circuit:
PSTN, PBX
Compatibility:
ITU-T (CCITT) G3, Additional G3 (option),
Resolution:
8 x 3.85 line/mm, 200 x 100dpi (std.),
8 x 7.7 line/mm, 200 x 200dpi (std.),
8 x 15.4 line/mm, 16 x 15.4 line/mm, 400 x 400dpi (with optional
SAF memory)
Compression method:
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Scanning speed:
Standard/Detail mode: 0.43sec
Super Fine mode: 0.86sec
Number of Pages Scanned:
(DF Used)
A4/LT SEF
Standard mode: 40 cpm
Detail mode: 40cpm
Super Fine mode: 29 cpm
A4/LT LEF/image
rotation
Standard mode: 46 cpm
Detail mode: 46 cpm
Super Fine mode: 19 cpm
Modem speed:
33.6K – 2,400bps (G3, Standard with Automatic Shift Down)
(33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800,
14400, 12000, 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400 bps)
Transmission speed:
G3: Approx.2 seconds (200x100 dpi, JBIG, ITUT #1 chart TTI
off, memory transmission)
G3: Approx.3 seconds (200x100dpi, MMR, ITUT #1 chart, TTI
off, memory transmission)
SAF Memory Size:
Standard
4MB (Approx.320 pages)
With Optional SAF
Memory
28MB (Approx. 2,240 pages)
Standard
8MB
With Optional SAF
Memory
16MB
Page Memory Size:
Option: 32MB SD-RAM (24MB SAF Memory + 8MB Page
Memory)
Memory backup:
One hour
Smoothing:
Standard
TTI/RTI:
Standard
CSI:
Standard
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General Specification (Cont’d)
Feature
Specification
Quick dial/ Speed dial:
Standard: 2,000 numbers
Group dial:
Standard: 100 groups (500 numbers per 1 group)
Program:
Standard: 100 numbers
Redial:
Standard
AI Memory dial:
Standard
Direct fax number entry:
Standard
Dual access:
Standard
User Code:
Std. 100 Codes (Max. 500 codes with optional “User Account
Enhance Unit”)
Auto document:
Standard: 6 documents
Page counter:
Standard
Auto reduction:
Standard
Wild cards:
Standard
Summer time (day light saving time):
No
ID code programming:
Standard (4 digits)
Programming by OMR:
No
User function key:
Standard (3 keys)
Night timer:
No
Energy saver:
Standard
LCD prompt:
Standard
Remaining memory indication:
Standard
clock adjustment:
Standard
Memory file transfer:
Standard
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Transmission Specification
Feature
Specification
Immediate transmission:
Standard
Memory transmission:
Standard
Serial broadcasting
Standard (Max. 500 numbers)
Send later:
Standard
Error correction mode:
Standard
Page retransmission:
Standard
Economy transmission:
Standard (Default: 23:00)
Forwarding:
Standard
Batch transmission:
Standard
Image rotation:
Standard
Book fax:
Standard
Closed network (transmission):
Standard
Confidential transmission/with ID:
Standard
Transfer transmission:
Standard
Multi-step Transfer:
Standard
Polling transmission:
Standard
Double sided transmission:
Yes
Transmission reserve:
No
Reception Specification
Feature
Specification
Automatic reception:
Standard
Manual reception:
Standard
Substitute reception:
Standard
Authorized reception:
Standard
Multi-copy:
Standard
Reverse order printing:
Yes
Confidential reception:
Standard
Closed network:
Standard
Polling reception:
Standard
Poll later:
Standard
Polling from memory:
Standard
Multi-polling reception:
Standard
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Reception Specification (Cont’d)
Feature
Specification
Continuous polling:
Standard
Reception time printing:
Standard
Center mark:
Standard
Checkered mark:
Standard
2 in 1 (two in one):
Standard
Economy printing mode:
No
Duplex reception:
Yes with option
Internet Fax Basic Specification
Feature
Specification
Requirement of Mainframe:
G3 fax option is required.
Printer Scanner option is required.
Number of Address:
2,000 HDD storage
E-mail Address Input:
From LCD operation panel, Web Image Monitor, Smart Device
Monitor
Attention:
“to” or “bcc” (select only one), max 500 attentions
Destination Combination:
Internet Fax + G3 Fax, Internet Fax to PC + G3 Fax
Network:
LAN: Local Area Network
Ethernet/10Base-T, 100Base-TX, IEEE1394(IP over 1394),
IEEE802.11b(wireless LAN)
Transmit function:
E-mail
Scan line density:
200 x 100 dpi(Standard character), 200 x 200 dpi(Detail
character),
200 x 400 dpi(Fine character: optional) *1 , 400 x 400 dpi(Super
Fine character: optional) *1
Original size: Scanning width:
A3 *1, B4 *1, A4
Communication Protocols:
z
z
E-mail format:
Single/Multi-part, MIME Conversion
Attached file forms: TIFF-F(MH, MR *1, MMR*1 compression)
Authentication method:
SMTP-AUTH, POP before SMTP, A-POP
Internet communication:
Send and receive e-mail with a computer that has an e-mail
address
E-mail send functions:
Automatic conversion of sent documents to e-mail format and e-ma
transmission. Memory transmission only.
E-mail receive functions:
Automatic detection and printing of appended TIFF-F(MH) files
and ASCII text. Memory reception only.
Transmission - SMTP, TCP/IP
Reception - POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, TCP/IP
*1 Full mode
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LAN Fax Basic Specification
Feature
Specification
Paper Size:
A3, DLT, B4, A4, Letter, Legal, B5, A5
Resolution:
-Super Fine (400 x 400 dpi)
-Detail (200 x 200 dpi) *default
-Standard (200 x 100 dpi)
Gray Scale:
-Off
-On normal *default
-On lighter
Number of Address:
500
OS:
Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT4.0, Windows2000,
Windows XP
Memory
Minimum required for each OS
CPU
Minimum required for each OS
HDD
Minimum required for each OS
IP-Fax Specification
Feature
Specification
Network:
LAN: Local Area Network
Ethernet/10base-T, 100base-TX, IEEE1394(IP over 1394),
IEEE802.11b(wireless LAN)
Scan line density:
8 x 3.85 lines/mm, 200 x 100 dpi(Standard character),
8 x 7.7 lines/mm, 200 x 200 dpi(Details character),
8 x 15.4 lines/mm 200 x 400 dpi
(Fine character: optional expansion memory required),
16 x 15.4 lines/mm, 400 x 400 dpi(Super Fine character: optional
expansion memory required)
Original size:
Maximum A3 or 11” x 17” (DLT)
Maximum scanning size:
Standard: A3, 297mm x 432mm, Irregular: 297mm x 1200mm
Transmission protocol:
Recommended: T.38 Annex, TCP, UDP/IP communication,
SIP(RFC 3261 compliant), H.323 v2
Compatible machines:
IP-Fax compatible machines
IP-Fax transmission function:
Specify an IP address and send faxes to an IP-Fax compatible
fax through a network.
Also capable of sending faxes from a G3 fax connected to a
telephone line via a VoIP gateway.
IP-Fax reception function:
Receive faxes sent from an IP-Fax compatible fax through a
network.
Also capable of receiving faxes from a G3 fax connected to a
telephone line via a VoIP gateway
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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Mechanical Noise Level (power level)
Sound Power Level:
Copier Only
Full System
IS2235
IS2245
IS2235
IS2245
Stand-by
34dB
34dB
34dB
34dB
Copying
65dB
67dB
65dB
67dB
Note: Full System includes Mainframe, Finisher & LCT
Sound Pressure Level:
Copier Only
Full System
IS2235
IS2245
IS2235
IS2245
Stand-by
20dB
22dB
20dB
22dB
Copying
49dB
51dB
49dB
51dB
Note: Full System includes Mainframe, Finisher & LCT
Ozone/Dust/Styrene Emission Level
Target (mg/m3)
Ozone Emission
Less than 0.02mg/m3
Dust
Less than 0.075mg/m3
Styrene Emission
Less than 0.07mg/m3
Identification of Plastic Components
TBA
Environmental Regulation
Target
BAM
Energy Star
Swan
Aug-Dec 2005
Yes
No
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Power Consumption
Copier Only
Copier with Printer/Scanner & Fax
IS2235
IS2245
IS2235
IS2245
Low Power Mode
126 W
138 W
130 W
149 W
Auto Off Mode
1.2 W
1.2 W
8.5 W
8.5 W
Reduction of Environmentally Sensitive Materials
TBA
Transport & Storage Conditions
Storage
Transportation
Mainframe
-30 ~ 40°C *1
15% ~ 95%RH *2
Storage period from production date (unopened):
12 months
-30 ~ 50°C *1
Less than 80%RH *2
Toner
Under 35°C
15% ~ 80%RH
Storage period from production date (unopened):
24 months *3
Under 35°C
Developer
Under 35 °C
15% ~ 80%RH
Storage period from production date (unopened):
24 months
Under 35 °C
15% ~ 80%RH
*1: When stored or transported under 0°C, temperature conditions must be higher than outside air
temperature.
*2: Please avoid the direct sunlight when stored or transported.
*3: Toner can be kept in good condition for 30 days under 40°C, and for 12 hours under 50°C.
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PART NO.S & COMPATIBILITY
ITEM NAME
STATUS
IS 2235
IS 2245
New
New
OPTIONS
Platen Cover Type 3800C
DF82
Printer/Scanner Controller Type 3045
Scanner Accessibility Unit Type 3045
Fax Option Type 3045
32MB Fax SAF Memory Type B
G3 Option Type 3045
PS530 - Paper Bank
RT45 - LCT
PT330 - Inner 1 Bin Tray
SR790 - 1000 Sheet Finisher
SR880 - Multi Tray Finisher
SR890 - Booklet Finisher
Bridge Unit Type 2045
Punch Kit 2/4 Type 1045
Punch Kit 4 Type 1045
Fax Marker Type 30
Copy Data Security Type A/3045
Firewire IEEE 1394 I/F Board Type B
IEEE 1284 Interface Unit Type A
Wireless LAN IEEE802.11b Type H
Bluetooth Interface Unit Type 3245
Cabinet
Key Counter Type H
PostScript3 Unit Type 3045
256 MB Memory Type E
NV RAM Type E
File Format Converter Type B
DataOverSecurity Unit Type D
OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS
English
German
French
Italian
Spanish
Dutch
Swedish
Norwegian
Danish
Finnish
Portuguese
Czech
Hungarian
Polish
Russian
CONSUMABLES
Toner Black Type 2045
Developer Black Type 2045
OPC Drum 43/II
Staples VI (for SR890)
Staples IX (SR890 booklet)
Staples XI/2 (SR790/880)
Staples XI/2 Refill (SR790/880)
Current
Current
New
New
New
Current
New
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
New
Current
Current
Current
Current
New
Current
New
Current
Current
Current
Current
COMMON WITH
890 101 24
890 101 25
IS 2135-45
ISC2428-35-45
ISC2428-35-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
ISC 1024c/32c
ISC 1024c/32c
ISC2428-35-45
ISC2428-35-45
IS 2135-45
IPC 2525-e
IPC 2525-e
ISC 1024c/32c
ISC2428-35-45
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Yield
30K
300K
150K
4x2K
1x5K
1x5K
3x5K
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
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PART NO.
890 300 03
890 202 45
890 303 61
890 303 70
890 303 62
889 983 51
890 303 63
890 201 43
890 201 44
890 302 05
890 200 76
890 201 41
890 201 42
890 201 46
890 300 46
890 300 47
885 967 88
890 303 69
890 301 96
890 302 77
890 303 40
890 303 21
890 303 79
889 987 62
890 303 64
890 303 41
890 303 44
890 201 62
890 303 20
890 516 73
890 516 74
890 516 75
890 516 76
890 516 77
890 516 78
890 516 79
890 516 80
890 516 81
890 516 82
890 516 83
890 516 84
890 516 85
890 516 86
890 516 87
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
IS 2135-45
890 400 75
890 400 74
885 982 17
885 973 93
885 983 46
885 958 18
885 958 19
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