Canon WU10 User`s guide

User’s Guide
This manual describes the setup and operating procedures for the
WU10 Wi-Fi unit for the Canon imageFORMULA DR series.
To use this device, read this manual together with the instructions for
the scanner to be connected.
Procedures and Example Screens
This manual describes operations using Windows 7 and Mac OS 10.7
(Lion) as examples. For operations that are identical between
Windows and Mac OS X, this manual uses images from Windows as
examples.
Trademarks
● Canon and the Canon logo are registered trademarks of Canon Inc.
in the United States and may also be trademarks or registered
trademarks in other countries.
● imageFORMULA is a trademark of CANON ELECTRONICS INC.
● Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
● Mac OS is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the United States
and other countries.
● Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Alliance, the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo and the Wi-Fi
Protected Setup logo are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
● Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, WPA, WPA2 and Wi-Fi Protected Setup are
trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
● “WPS” in the settings, onscreen displays and in this manual
denotes Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
● Other product and company names herein may be the trademarks
of their respective owners.
Table of Contents
Safety Precautions ............................................................. 2
About This Product ............................................................ 4
Setup.................................................................................... 6
About Wi-Fi Connections................................................... 9
Connecting using the AP Mode....................................... 10
Connecting using WPS .................................................... 14
Connecting by Manual Setting ........................................ 18
Other Operations .............................................................. 24
Accessing the Web Configuration Page......................... 27
Troubleshooting ............................................................... 40
Specifications ................................................................... 41
Software License .............................................................. 43
Safety Precautions
About wireless communication
functions
This device incorporates wireless communication functions. The radio
waves used for wireless communication functions can affect medical
and other devices, which could cause serious accidents. Do not use
the wireless communication functions in the following conditions.
● Do not use the wireless communication functions if you have a heart
pacemaker. The radio waves may affect pacemaker operation.
● Do not use the wireless communication functions near persons
using medical devices like heart pacemakers. The radio waves may
affect pacemaker and similar devices’ operation. Contact the
appropriate medical institution before use.
● Do not use the wireless communication functions inside medical
institutions such as hospitals, or near electronic medical equipment.
The radio waves may affect electronic medical equipment. Consult
with any medical institution before using it inside their facilities.
● Do not use the wireless communication functions inside aircraft.
The radio waves may affect precision equipment in the aircraft, and
could cause a malfunction resulting in serious accident.
● Do not use the wireless communication functions near
automatically controlled devices such as fire alarms. The radio
waves may affect such devices and could cause a malfunction
resulting in accident.
● When using the wireless communication functions, keep this device
at least 20 cm from your body.
About the radio waves
This device operates in the 2.4 GHz frequency band (2.400 to 2.4835
GHz). Other users of these frequencies include products such as
microwave ovens, scientific and medical devices, similar Wi-Fi
stations, wireless intercom radio equipment for mobile device
identification used in industrial production lines (requiring licensing),
specific low-power radio stations that do not require licenses, amateur
radio stations and others (all afterwards called “other stations”). When
using, be aware of the following.
1. Before using this device, check whether other stations are
operating.
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2. If radio frequency interference occurs between this device and
other stations, immediately relocate the device or stop using it (stop
transmitting).
After stopping, consult with your retailer or with our sales staff
regarding measures to avoid interference (e.g., partitioned
installation).
3. Otherwise, if troubles occur from radio frequency interference by
this device to other stations, consult with your retailer or our sales
staff.
European Union (and EEA) only.
This symbol indicates that this product is not to be
disposed of with your household waste, according to
the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) and your national
law. This product should be handed over to a
designated collection point, e.g., on an authorized
one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar product or to an
authorized collection site for recycling waste electrical and
electronic equipment (EEE). Improper handling of this type of
waste could have a possible negative impact on the environment
and human health due to potentially hazardous substances that
are generally associated with EEE. At the same time, your
cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute
to the effective usage of natural resources. For more information
about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling,
please contact your local city office, waste authority, approved
WEEE scheme or your household waste disposal service. For
more information regarding return and recycling of WEEE
products, please visit www.canon-europe.com/environment.
(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
Regional availability and limitations
Three versions of this product are provided for compliance with the various international wireless laws. The regions of availability for each version
are as follows. Please note that each version may be used only in its applicable country/region. For regions not included in the following list, contact
customer service.
Version Name
Product Code
Applicable Country/Region
WU10 JP
6910B001
Japan
Channels 1 to 13
(2.412 to 2.472 GHz)
WU10 USA
6910B002
United States, Canada
Channels 1 to 11
(2.412 to 2.462 GHz)
6910B003
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland,
France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,
Ireland, Italy*, Latvia, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland,
Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia,
Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Iceland,
Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey
WU10 OTHERS
Wireless LAN Standard
Corresponding Channels
IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Channels 1 to 13
(2.412 to 2.472 GHz)
* Outdoor use is prohibited in Italy.
About the battery
The LP-E10 battery pack is included with this device. See the included
LP-E10 Battery Pack Users Guide for battery handling information.
Please take note of the following differences when reading the Users
Guide.
● Please read “LC-E10 Battery Charger” and “Camera” as applicable
to this device.
● Please ignore the information about “How to best use the battery
and charger” in the camera’s users guide, as that description is not
applicable to this device.
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About This Product
This device enables wireless connection of computers to a scanner
via Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi functions of this device are compatible with IEEE
802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz) to support wireless scanning for computers
when it is connected to a scanner via USB cable.
By connecting this device to an access point in a network
environment, it can be used by any computer in the same network.
The device is very simple to connect if the access point supports WPS
(Wi-Fi Protected Setup).
Names of Parts
F
Hint
The network mode must be selected before turning on the device.
If you change the position of the mode switch while the device is
turned on, the selection will not take effect until it is turned off and
back on.
C Power Button
Turns on this device. The power lamp lights blue and the scanner
connected via USB cable to this device also turns on.
When the device’s power is on, press and hold this button to turn it
(and the power lamp) off. The scanner connected to the device
also turns off.
D Power Connector
Connect the supplied AC adapter here.
E WPS/RESET Button
Press to connect with a WPS-compatible access point, or to
initialize the device.
Holding this button while turning on the device resets it to the
factory default settings.
F Lamp
The following lamps indicate the device state.
A
BC
D
E
A USB Connector
Connect this device to the scanner using the USB cable supplied
with the scanner.
Lamp
Meaning
STATUS
Blinking green
Transferring data
Lit (green)
AP mode*: Wireless LAN
working
Station mode*: connecting to
the access point
Lit (red)
Initializing setup
Blinking green
WPS executing
Blinking red
WPS Error
Blinking
orange
(Station mode only)
Searching for an access point
Unlit
Wireless LAN stopping
B Mode Switch
Selects the device’s network mode.
Switch
Position
Description
AP
Selects the AP mode. Use when wirelessly
connecting a computer one-to-one to the scanner
via this device.
ST
Selects the Station mode. Use when connecting this
device to an access point.
CONNECTION
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Lamp
(Battery Lamp)
(Power Lamp)
Meaning
Lit (green)
Remaining battery charge
high
Lit (orange)
Remaining battery charge
low
Lit (red)
Charging malfunction
Blinking green
Charging (remaining battery
charge high)
Blinking red
Charging (Remaining battery
charge low)
Lit (blue)
Power on
Unlit
Power off
* One of two network modes of the scanner. Change the mode
depending on the device that will be connected via Wi-Fi. For
details, see p. 9.
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Setup
Software Installation
To use the device’s Wi-Fi functions, the Scanner Wireless Connection
Utility on the Setup disc must be installed on a computer.
System requirements
Supported operating systems: Windows XP Professional (32- and
64-bit)
Windows XP Home Edition (32-bit)
Windows Vista (32- and 64-bit)
Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.7
Supported wireless standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Windows installation
IMPORTANT
• Log on to Windows as an Administrator.
• Close all other applications before installing the software.
1
Insert the software setup disc into the CD drive of the
computer.
The setup menu automatically starts up when you insert the disc
into the drive. (If the menu does not start up, execute Setup.exe
from the disc.)
Supported scanners
This unit supports the following scanners (as of October 2012).
Scanner
Firmware version
DR-150
2.05 or later
DR-150M
2.04 or later
DR-P215
1.10 or later
An update is required for firmware versions earlier than the above. For
details on how to acquire the latest firmware and the latest information
on supported models, visit the Canon support website.
CaptureOnTouch Mobile is required to use the scanner with smart
devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.). For details on acquiring and
using this software, visit the Canon support page.
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With Windows 7/Vista
When the [User Account Control] screen appears, click [Yes] or
[Allow].
2
Click [Typical Installation].
Installing on Mac OS X
IMPORTANT
• Log on to Windows as an Administrator.
• Close all other applications before installing the software.
1
3
Click [Install].
2
4
Insert the software setup disc into the CD drive of the
computer.
Double click [WirelessUtilityInstaller].
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the
installation.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the
software installation.
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Connecting to the scanner
Connect this device to the scanner using the USB cable supplied with
the scanner.
Also connect this device to an outlet using the supplied AC adapter.
Using the Battery
Use the battery supplied with this device to install it with the scanner
where no nearby outlet is available.
Inserting the battery
Battery charging
The battery is charged when the device is connected to an outlet with
the AC adapter.
While charging, the
(battery) lamp blinks green or yellow. The
lamp turns off when charging is finished. At room temperature, full
charging takes about 2.5 hours.
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About Wi-Fi Connections
Connect the device to an access point or directly to a computer according to the network environment.
Network modes
Depending on the device that will be connected to the scanner via Wi-Fi, you can change the network mode of the scanner as follows.
Network mode
Description
AP mode
The scanner operates without another wireless access point. A 1-to-1 connection can be established between the
scanner and the computer.
Station mode
The scanner operates as a wireless device. In this mode, a separate wireless access point device is necessary for the
scanner to connect to the computer.
Connection Metshod
1-to-1 connection (AP mode connection)
Connecting via a wireless access point (station mode connection)
Using WPS
Setting manually
WPS-equipped
access point
Search for the device and connect to it using
your computer’s wireless connections feature.
See “Connecting using the AP Mode” (p. 10)
If the wireless access point is WPScompatible, connection to the device can be
made using the WPS feature.
See “Connecting using WPS” (p. 14)
If the wireless access point is not WPScompatible, make the device’s network
settings manually as required by your network
configuration.
See “Connecting by Manual Setting” (p. 18)
IMPORTANT
• The scanner can be shared with multiple computers on the same network via the access point, although only one can connect to the scanner
at a time.
• When using a Wi-Fi connection, scanning is slower than with the USB connection.
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Connecting using the AP Mode
To connect one-to-one with a wireless LAN-equipped computer, set this device to the AP mode. The AP mode is the factory-default setting for this
device, so unless the mode has been changed, use the following procedure to search and connect to the computer.
1
Check the SSID of this device.
The SSID is printed on the device’s bottom label.
2
Slide the mode switch to the “AP” side, press the
power button to turn the device on.
SSID: WU10-XXXXXXX
Power button
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3
Enable the wireless LAN function of the computer.
This step is not necessary if the wireless LAN function is already enabled. ➔ Skip to step 4.
A Click the Start button - [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks].
B Click [Change adapter settings].
C If the [Wireless Network Connection] icon is
[Disabled], double-click the icon.
D Click
A Click the Apple menu - [System
Preferences] - [Network].
B Click [Wi-Fi], then click the [Turn Wi-Fi On]
button.
C Click
to close the settings screen.
to close the settings screen.
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4
Search for the wireless network, and establish Wi-Fi connection with the device.
A Click the
icon in the taskbar to display a
list of available wireless networks.
B Select the SSID from step 1 in the list, then
click [Connect].
C Enter “canonwu10” for the security key in the screen that appears, then click [OK].
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A Click the
icon, then select the SSID
from step 1 in the list.
B Enter “canonwu10” for the password, then
click [Join].
5
Start the Scanner Wireless Connection Utility.
Click the
IMPORTANT
in the task bar or Dock.
If the scanner wireless connection utility is not installed on the
computer, install it by referring to the P. 6.
If the
does not appear in the task bar or Dock
Windows:
Click the Start button – [All Programs] – [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility] – [Scanner
Wireless Connection Utility] in that order.
Mac OS X:
Select the system drive (such as [Macintosh HD]) – [Applications] in the Finder, then doubleclick [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility].
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Verify whether the device can properly connect to the computer.
Click this device in the list, then click
.
If connection is properly established, “You are
connected” appears for the device in the list.
This completes configuration.
Using this device with another
computer or smart device
A Click on the device in the device list from the
scanner wireless connection utility, and
then click the
button.
B Follow steps 3 to 6 to reconnect the device
to the desired computer or smart device.
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Connecting using WPS
Using WPS, this device can connect to an existing wireless network having a WPS-equipped access point. The network mode of this device is set
to AP mode under factory default settings and must be switched to Station mode before using the WPS function.
CAUTION
• Even a WPS-equipped access point may have WPS disabled. Ensure WPS is enabled.
• If the access point is using security settings (such as MAC address filtering), change the settings to allow connection to this device.
• To ensure good Wi-Fi communications, perform this procedure with the scanner initially located close to the access point.
1
Slide the mode switch to the “ST” side, press the
power button to turn the device on.
Power button
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2
Enable the wireless LAN function of the computer.
This step is not necessary if the wireless LAN function is already enabled. ➔ Skip to step 3.
A Click the Start button - [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks].
B Click [Change adapter settings].
C If the [Wireless Network Connection] icon is
[Disabled], double-click the icon.
D Click
A Click the Apple menu - [System
Preferences] - [Network].
B Click [Wi-Fi], then click the [Turn Wi-Fi On]
button.
C Click
to close the settings screen.
to close the settings screen.
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3
Press the WPS button on the
access point to activate the
connection-waiting state.
4
Press and hold this device’s WPS/RESET button until the CONNECTION
lamp blinks green (about 3 to 10 seconds).
See the instructions for your access point.
IMPORTANT
This device cannot connect if the
connection-waiting state is activated
on multiple access points at the same
time.
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This device begins communicating with the
connection-waiting access point to
automatically configure the required Wi-Fi
settings. When the setting are configured,
the CONNECTION lamp lights steadily
(green).
IMPORTANT
• Allow some time for the required WiFi settings to be configured.
• If the Wi-Fi connection fails, the
CONNECTION lamp lights red. Try
again from step 3.
Start the Scanner Wireless Connection Utility.
Click the
in the task bar or Dock.
If the
does not appear in the task bar or Dock
Windows:
Click the Start button – [All Programs] – [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility] – [Scanner
Wireless Connection Utility] in that order.
Mac OS X:
Select the system drive (such as [Macintosh HD]) – [Applications] in the Finder, then doubleclick [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility].
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6
Use the Scanner Wireless Connection Utility to verify whether the device can properly connect to the
computer.
Click this device in the list, then click
.
If connection is properly established, “You are
connected” appears for the device in the list.
This completes configuration.
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Connecting by Manual Setting
To connect this device to a computer via an access point that does not support WPS, change the network mode of the device to AP mode, and
configure the device’s network settings to suit the network environment.
CAUTION
• If the access point is using security settings (such as MAC address filtering), change the settings to allow connection to this device.
• To ensure good Wi-Fi communications, perform this procedure with the scanner initially located close to the access point.
1
Check the SSID of this device.
The SSID is printed on the device’s bottom label.
2
Slide the mode switch to the “AP” side, press the
power button to turn the device on.
SSID: WU10-XXXXXXX
Power button
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3
Enable the wireless LAN function of the computer.
This step is not necessary if the wireless LAN function is already enabled. ➔ Skip to step 4.
A Click the Start button - [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks].
B Click [Change adapter settings].
C If the [Wireless Network Connection] icon is
[Disabled], double-click the icon.
D Click
A Click the Apple menu - [System
Preferences] - [Network].
B Click [Wi-Fi], then click the [Turn Wi-Fi On]
button.
C Click
to close the settings screen.
to close the settings screen.
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4
Search for the wireless network, and establish Wi-Fi connection with the device.
A Click the
icon in the taskbar to display a
list of available wireless networks.
B Select the SSID from step 1 in the list, then
click [Connect].
C Enter “canonwu10” for the security key in the screen that appears, then click [OK].
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A Click the
icon, then select the SSID
from step 1 in the list.
B Enter “canonwu10” for the password, then
click [Join].
5
Start the Scanner Wireless Connection Utility.
Click the
IMPORTANT
in the task bar or Dock.
If the scanner wireless connection utility is not installed on the
computer, install it by referring to the P. 6.
If the
does not appear in the task bar or Dock
Windows:
Click the Start button – [All Programs] – [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility] – [Scanner
Wireless Connection Utility] in that order.
Mac OS X:
Select the system drive (such as [Macintosh HD]) – [Applications] in the Finder, then doubleclick [Scanner Wireless Connection Utility].
6
Display the Web configuration page for the device.
A Select this device, and click
.
B Click [Scanner Server Properties].
The Web configuration page is displayed.
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7
Configure settings in the Web configuration page for the device.
A Wireless LAN
B Restart
F Close the Web browser.
G Confirm that the computer is correctly connected to the
wireless access point.
H Power off the device by pressing its power button.
I Slide the mode switch to the “ST” side, press the power
button to turn the device on.
J Confirm that the CONNECTION lamp is lit green and
then proceed to the next step.
A Click [Wireless LAN] under [Station Conf.].
B Enter the user name and password, then click [OK].
User name: root
Password: (none)
C Select one of [2.] to [5.] under [Wireless LAN Setting List].
D Configure the following settings according to the configurations of
the access point you are using.
SSID: Enter the SSID of the access point.
Network Authentication: Select the authentication method (Open,
Shared, WPA, etc.) configured for the access point you are using.
Depending on the authentication method, encryption key entry will be
required.
E Click [Submit].
If the following screen appears
Click [OK].
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8
Use the Scanner Wireless Connection Utility to verify whether the device can properly connect to the
computer.
A If the device properties screen from step 6
is still open, click [OK] to close it.
B Click this device in the list, then click
.
If connection is properly established, “You are
connected” appears for the device in the list.
If connection could not be established, perform
the settings again from step 1.
This completes configuration.
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Other Operations
To send a disconnect request
This section describes how to perform various operations in the
Scanner Wireless Connection Utility.
If another computer is already connected to the device, your computer
cannot connect to it until the other computer disconnects from the
scanner. In this case, you can send a disconnect request to the
computer using the device.
After clicking the device in the list on the main screen, click
.
To Disconnect the Scanner
When the device is not to be used, or when it is to be used with
another computer on the same wireless network, disconnect the
device. After clicking the device in the list on the main screen, click
.
When “Available” is displayed next to the device in the device list, the
device has been disconnected.
When the computer receiving the request disconnects, “Available” is
displayed for the device in the device list, and you can connect your
computer to the device.
Hint
In the opposite situation, the following screen is displayed when a
disconnect request is received. Click [Yes] to disconnect.
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Configuring Settings in the Device
Properties Screen
The Scanner Wireless Connection Utility can perform the following
operating settings on the connected device.
Properties Screen Setting Items
The properties screen has three tabs.
[General] tab
Open the device’s properties screen
To open the scanner’s properties screen, click the device in the list on
the main screen, then click
.
This device’s information is displayed.
The following operations can be performed on this tab.
● The name of the device in the [Name] box can be changed. The
new name appears in the list in the Scanner Wireless Connection
Utility.
● Click the [Scanner Server Properties] button to display the device
status page.
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[Connect] tab
[Disconnect] tab
Shows settings related to the connection of the computer to the
device.
● When the [Automatically connect this device when it is available]
check box under [Auto Connect] is selected, a virtual USB
connection is established automatically when the computer
connects to the device via Wi-Fi.
● The [If an error occurs while connected, automatically reconnect]
check box under [Auto Connect] is normally kept selected.
● Applications can be specified to start automatically upon
connection. In this case, select the [Start designated application
when connected] check box. Specify an application file to execute,
and click the [Open] button on the screen displayed by clicking the
[Browse] button. When [Disconnect automatically when application
is closed] is selected, the device is disconnected when the specified
application exits.
Actions can be specified to occur when a disconnect request is
received.
When the [Allow auto-disconnect when a Request Use is received]
check box is selected, the virtual USB connection is terminated when
a disconnect request is received from another computer while
connected to the device. When selected, time until disconnection after
a request is received can be specified from 10 to 180 seconds.
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Accessing the Web Configuration Page
Displaying the Web Page of This
Product
Since this product has the HTTP protocol, advanced settings can be
configured or changed via a Web browser. Useful functions such as
remote restart and status monitor are available.
IMPORTANT
Displaying the Web Page of This Product
There are two ways to display the Web page as described below.
Display the Web page from Scanner Wireless Connection
Utility
Click the scanner in the main window of the Scanner Wireless
Connection Utility, then click
. When the scanner properties
appear, click [Scanner Server Properties].
• To use a Web browser, the TCP/IP settings need to be enabled, and
the IP address needs to be configured.
• We recommend the following Web browsers:
Windows
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or higher
Firefox 3.0.0 or higher
Chrome 11.0 or higher
Mac OS
Safari 4.0.0 or higher
• In the following instructions, Internet Explorer 8/9 and Windows 7
are used as example. Display may vary depending on the Web
browser.
Hint
The default Web browser starts and the Web page is displayed.
• The Web configuration page complies with HTTP 1.0 (RFC1945) /
HTML 3.0.
• The operating status of the connected USB device is automatically
refreshed every 30 sec.
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Hint
IMPORTANT
You can also display the Web page for the scanner by right-clicking
the scanner in the main window of the Scanner Wireless Connection
Utility and selecting [Display the Web page] in the menu that
appears.
The user name and password are required to configure the settings.
When the screen below is displayed, enter the user name (root) and
password, and then click [OK]. (No password is configured in the
factory default settings.)
Display the Web page directly from a Web browser
Enter the IP address that is configured on this product in the address
bar of the Web browser and then press the ENTER key.
Example: Enter 192.168.0.10 and then press the ENTER key (The
address is displayed as http://192.168.0.10/.)
Hint
• From [Select Language], you can change the language of the Web
page.
• In the bottom left of the Web page, the firmware version and the Mac
address of this product are displayed.
About Each Page
When you click the items on the left menu, the following pages are
displayed.
Status
Shows the operating status of this product.
Network Conf.
Configures the network settings.
Access Point Conf. Configures the wireless LAN settings for AP
mode.
Station Conf.
Configures the wireless LAN settings for
station mode.
Security
Configures the security settings.
Maintenance
Loads the factory default settings, restarts
the product, and updates the firmware.
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System
Status
This section explains the Status pages.
The Status pages show the operating status of this product and the
USB devices connected to it.
If you click [System] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
This page shows the operating status of this product.
Device
WIf you click [Device] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
This page shows the operating status of the USB devices connected
to this product.
Name
Name
Details
Device Name
Displays the device name of the connected
scanner.
Manufacturer
Name
Displays the manufacturer name of the
connected scanner.
USB Speed
Displays the bus data transfer rate of this
product. (Hi-Speed, Full Speed or Low Speed)
Connected PC
Displays the IP address of the computer (host)
using this product. If this product is not being
used, “Not Connected” is displayed.
Duration
(H:M:SEC)
Displays the period of time since the computer
was connected to this product.
Details
IP Address
Displays the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the default gateway.
DHCP Server
Displays the IP address of a DHCP server. This
item appears only in Station mode.
WINS Server
Displays the IP address of a WINS server.
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Wireless
If you click [Wireless] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
This page shows the wireless operating status of this product.
Network Configuration
This section explains the Network Configuration pages of this product.
General
If you click [General] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
In this page, you can configure the host name and network mode.
Name
Details
(Signal Strength)
Displays the signal strength with an antenna
image.
Current SSID
Displays the current SSID.
Current Channel
Displays the current channel.
Transfer Rate
Displays the current transfer rate. This item
appears only in Station mode.
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[General Configuration]
Name
Details
Default Value
Host Name
Set the host name.
The host name is used for Scanner
Wireless Connection Utility, WINS,
etc. Be sure to use a unique name
that is not used by any other
device.
WU10-xxxxxx
(xxxxxx is the
last 6 digits of
the Mac
address)
Network
Mode
Displays the network mode.
–
TCP/IP
Name
Details
Default Value
Subnet
Mask
Set the subnet mask of this
product.
If DHCP is enabled, the subnet
mask obtained from it will be
applied.
The value must be four decimal
numbers separated by dots and
expressed in the [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
format.
When set to “0.0.0.0”, a subnet
mask appropriate for the IP
address is automatically used.
255.255.255.0
Default
Gateway
Set the IP address of the gateway.
If DHCP is enabled, the default
gateway obtained from it will be
applied.
The value must be four decimal
numbers separated by dots and
0.0.0.0
expressed in the [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
format. Also, the gateway needs to
be running in the same subnetwork
as this product. If “0.0.0.0” is set,
this setting is disabled.
If you click [TCP/IP] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
In this page, you can configure the IP address.
[TCP/IP Configuration]
Name
Details
DHCP
Enable/disable the DHCP protocol.
To assign an IP address using
ENABLE
DHCP, the DHCP server must be
running in your subnetwork.
Default Value
IP Address
Set the IP address of this product.
If DHCP is enabled, the IP address
obtained from it will be applied.
The value must be four decimal
numbers separated by dots and
expressed in the [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
format.
[WINS Configuration]
Name
Details
WINS
Server
Set the IP address of the WINS
server.
If the DHCP is enabled, the WINS
server address obtained from it will
be applied.
0.0.0.0
The value must be four decimal
numbers separated by dots and
expressed in the [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
format.
192.168.0.10
Default Value
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Access Point Configuration
Name
Details
Channel
Set the channel used by the
wireless LAN.
A channel is the divided frequency
bandwidth.
In a wireless network, bandwidth is
divided up so that more devices
can communicate at the same
1
time.
If your network becomes unstable
due to interference from other
wireless devices, it could be
improved by changing the channel.
Select from channels 1 to 13.
TX Power
Set the transmit power for
connecting to a wireless LAN.
This section explains the [Access Point Conf.] pages.
Wireless LAN
If you click [Wireless LAN] under [AccessPoint Conf.], the page below
is displayed.
[Wireless LAN Configuration] Tab
[Wireless LAN Basic Configuration]
Name
Details
Default Value
SSID
Set the SSID of this product.
The SSID is an ID that
distinguishes a wireless LAN
network from others. For wireless
devices to communicate with each
other on a wireless network, they
must share the same SSID.
Up to 32 characters (including
hyphens (-) and underscores (_)
can be used.
WU10-xxxxxx
(xxxxxx is the
last 6 digits of
the Mac
address)
Channel
Bandwidth
Set the channel bandwidth used by
the wireless LAN. Select the
bandwidth either from [20 MHz] or
[40 MHz].
40 MHz
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Default Value
High
Name
Details
Network
Authentication
Select the network authentication
mode that will be used to connect
to the wireless base station
(access point). To ensure a secure
network, it is recommended to use
WPA/WPA2. For IEEE 802.11n,
only AES can be used
• Open (Open System)
Allows all access without
authentication. For encryption
mode, WEP can be used.
• WPA
Uses PSK for network
authentication. For encryption
mode, TKIP/AES can be
selected. The encryption key will
be generated by communicating
with your access point using a
pre-shared key. The WEP key
setting is not used for this mode.
• WPA2
Uses PSK for network
authentication. For encryption
mode, TKIP/AES can be
selected. The encryption key will
be generated by communicating
with your access point using a
pre-shared key. The WEP key
setting is not used for this mode.
• WPA MIX
Uses WPA1 or WPA2 for network
authentication. WPA1 is used for
authentication with a device that
does not support WPA2. The
highly secure WPA2 is used for
authentication with a device that
supports it.
Default Value
WPA2
[WPA/WPA2 Configuration]
These settings are not displayed when [Network Authentication] is set
to [Open].
Name
Details
Default Value
Encryption
Mode
Select the encryption mode that
you wish to use for WPA/WPA2
authentication.
This setting must be the same as
that of the other devices (access
point, etc.) you wish to connect to.
Select one of the following:
• TKIP
• AES
Usually, AES is safer than TKIP. To
ensure higher security, it is
recommended to use AES when
you build a wireless network.
AES
Set the pre-shared key. This setting
is necessary when TKIP/AES is
used for the encryption mode.The
pre-shared key is a keyword used
to generate the encryption key. It is
Pre-Shared also referred to as a [network key]
canonwu10
Key
or [password].
Alphanumeric characters are used
(8 to 63 characters).
This setting must be the same as
that of the other devices (access
point, etc.) you wish to connect to.
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DHCP Server
If you click [DHCP Server] on the left menu, the page below is
displayed.
Station Configuration
This section explains the [Station Conf.] pages.
Wireless LAN Configuration
If you click [Wireless LAN] under [Station Conf.], a page consisting of
two tabs is displayed.
[Wireless LAN Configuration] Tab
Name
Details
Default Value
DHCP
Server
Function
Enable/disable the DHCP server
function.
ENABLE
Start IP
Address
Set the start IP address.
192.168.0.11
End IP
Address
Set the end IP address.
192.168.0.254
Subnet
Mask
Set the subnet mask.
255.255.255.0
Name
Details
Default Value
Default
Gateway
Set the IP address of the default
gateway.
192.168.0.10
Wireless
LAN
Setting List
Set the scanner for configuring the
wireless LAN settings.
Select the host name of this
product
WU10-xxxxxx
(xxxxxx is the
last 6 digits of
the Mac
address)
[Wireless LAN Setting List]
Set the expiration period for the
Lease Time network setting obtained with the
DHCP server function.
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0 Days, 0 Hours,
0 minutes
[Wireless LAN Basic Configuration]
Name
Details
Default Value
SSID
Set the SSID of the wireless LAN
to connect this product.
The SSID is an ID that
distinguishes a wireless LAN
network from others. For wireless
devices to communicate with each
other on a wireless network, they
must share the same SSID.
Up to 32 characters (including
hyphens (-) and underscores (_)
can be used.
WU10-xxxxxx
(xxxxxx is the
last 6 digits of
the Mac
address)
Tx Power
Set the transmit power for
connecting to a wireless LAN.
High
Name
Details
Default Value
Network
Authentication
Select the network authentication
mode that will be used to connect
to the wireless base station
(access point). Greatest security
can be obtained by using WPA/
WPA2. For IEEE 802.11n, only
AES can be used
• Open (Open System)
Allows all access without
authentication. For encryption
mode, WEP can be used.
• Shared (Pre-Shared Key)
Uses the WEP key for encryption
and allows access only from
devices with the same WEP key.
For encryption mode, WEP can
be used.
• WPA
Uses PSK for network
authentication. For encryption
mode, TKIP/AES can be
selected. The encryption key will
be generated by communicating
with your access point using a
pre-shared key. The WEP key
setting is not used for this mode.
• WPA2
Uses PSK for network
authentication. For encryption
mode, TKIP/AES can be
selected. The encryption key will
be generated by communicating
with your access point using a
pre-shared key. The WEP key
setting is not used for this mode.
Open
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[WEP Configuration]
These settings are not displayed when [Network Authentication] is set
to [WPA] or [WPA2].
Name
Details
WEP
Enable/disable WEP encryption
(ON/OFF).
If WEP encryption is used, wireless
communication will be encrypted
using the settings for “WEP Key 14” and “Key Index”.
If encryption is not enabled, data is
not encrypted and is sent as is. To OFF
ensure higher security, it is
recommended to enable
encryption when you build a
wireless network.
This setting is not displayed when
[Network Authentication] is set to
[Shared].
Key Index
When using WEP encryption, set
the number of the WEP key that
you wish to use for encryption (14).
This setting must be the same as
that of the other devices (access
point, etc.) you wish to connect to.
Name
Default Value
WEP Key
1-4
Details
Default Value
Set the encryption key (WEP key)
that you wish to use for WEP
encryption.
Up to 4 WEP keys can be set. This
setting must be the same as that of
the other devices (access point,
etc.) you wish to connect to. A
WEP key must be entered using
hexadecimal or alphanumeric
characters.
In most cases, alphanumeric
characters are used.Enter 5
characters if the key size is 64 bit
or 13 characters if the key size is
128 bit.
None
For hexadecimal, a value consists
of numbers (0-9) and English
letters (A-F). Enter a 10-digit value
if the key size is 64 bit or a 26-digit
value if the key size is 128 bit.
WEP Key Length
1
WEP Key Size
64 bit
128 bit
Hexadeci- 10 (digits) 26 (digits)
mal
characters characters
Alphanumeric
5
13
characters characters
[WPA/WPA2 Configuration]
These settings are not displayed when [Network Authentication] is set
to [Open] or [Shared].
For details on these settings, refer to “WPA/WPA2 Configuration” of
“Access Point Configuration” (p. 33).
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[WPS Configuration] tab
Security
This section explains the Security pages.
Password
If you click [Password] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
In this page, you can set the password used for authentication when
configuring the settings in a Web browser.
[WPS Configuration]
Name
Details
WPS Configuration
Default Value
Enable/disable WPS configuration. ENABLE
[WPS Execution]
Name
Details
This
Product’s
PIN Code
Displays the WPS PIN code to
input for the access point.
This PIN code can be generated
randomly by clicking the Generate
PIN button.
Default Value
–
WPS
Access
Point SSID
Enter the SSID of the wireless
base station (access point) you
wish to connect to in WPS PIN
mode.
WPS_AP_SSID
Name
Details
Default Value
New
Password
Set the administrator password (up
to 7 ASCII characters).
This password is used for
None
authentication when configuring
settings in a Web browser.
Confirm
New
Password
Used to confirm the password.
None
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[Filter 1 to Filter 4 ]
IP Filter
If you click IP Filter on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
In this page, you can allow or deny communication with this product
from a range of registered IP addresses.
[Set access filter mode]
Name
Details
Filter Mode
Set the IP address access filter.
The devices that access this device
can be restricted with ranges of IP
addresses specified in IP filters 1
to 4.
• ALLOW
DENY
Allows access to this product
from the set IP address ranges.
• DENY
Denies access to this product
from the set IP address ranges.
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Default Value
Name
Details
IP Address
/ Address
Mask
Set the IP filter range by setting the
IP addresses and address
masks.You can set up to four
ranges of IP addresses to be
filtered. If this setting is not
necessary, enter “0.0.0.0” for the IP
addresses and address masks.
0.0.0.0
Examples: IP Address / Address
Mask: Setting range
• 0.0.0.0 / 0.0.0.0: Not set
• 192.168.0.0 / 255.255.255.0:
192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.255
• 192.168.0.1 / 255.255.255.255 :
192.168.0.1 only
Default Value
Maintenance
This section explains the Maintenance pages.
The Maintenance pages allow you to load the factory default settings,
restart this product, and update the firmware for this product.
Restart
If you click [Restart] on the left menu, the page below is displayed.
In this page, you can restart this product. To restart it, click [Yes].
Firmware Update
If you click [Firmware Update] on the left menu, the page below is
displayed.
In this page, you can update the firmware of this product. Specify the
path of the new firmware file (BINARY format) and then click [Update].
Factory Default
If you click [Factory Default] on the left menu, the page below is
displayed.
In this page, you can load the factory default settings. If you click
[Yes], the settings of this product are restored to the defaults and then
the product is restarted.
Visit the Canon support page for instructions on out to obtain the
firmware.
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Troubleshooting
● When the access point’s MAC filtering function is
enabled, the MAC address of this device must be
registered. The MAC address of this device is the
string printed on the bottom label.
Hint
Also refer to the instructions for the access point being used.
Problem 1
If the Wi-Fi connection is lost during scanning,
scanning is not available even when trying to
rescan.
Solutions
When the Wi-Fi connection is lost while transferring a
scanned image from the scanner to the computer,
corrupted (scan image) data may remain in the
computer. Delete the partially scanned data using the
scanning application, and rescan.
Problem 2
Cannot connect to an access point
Solutions
● Confirm that the access point is operating correctly.
● Confirm that the mode switch is set to “ST”.
● Turn both this device and the access point off and
back on, and attempt the Wi-Fi connection again.
● Cordless phones, microwave ovens and radio signals
from other appliances can interfere with Wi-Fi signals.
Keep Wi-Fi devices away from such appliances.
● When an access point’s stealth function is enabled, it
cannot be detected during Wi-Fi setup. Disable the
stealth function or use manual setup to enter the
correct SSID of the access point.
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SSID: WU10-XXXXXX
MAC: 00:80:92:XX:XX:XX
MAC address
Problem 3
The scanner automatically turns itself off, making
the Wi-Fi connection unavailable.
Solution
When the scanner has its Auto Power Off function
enabled, it automatically turns itself off after a certain
period of inactivity, regardless of the Wi-Fi connection.
Turn the scanner back on, and as necessary, disable
the Auto Power Off function as described in the
scanner’s manual.
Problem 4
I want to reset to the factory default settings.
Solution
Press and hold the WPS button while turning the device
on to start initialization. During initialization, the
CONNECTION lamp lights red. When the
CONNECTION lamp turns off, initialization is finished
(p. 18).
Specifications
Wireless Unit
AC adapter
Type
Scanner device server with built-in battery
Scanner connection interface
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed (Type A)
Basic wireless LAN specifications
Wireless standard
IEEE802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz only)
Frequency
2.4 GHz band
Transfer method IEEE802.11b: DS-SS system
IEEE802.11g: OFDM system
IEEE802.11n: MIMO-OFDM system
Data rate*
IEEE802.11b: Up to 11 Mbps
IEEE802.11g: Up to 54 Mbps
IEEE802.11n: Up to 300 Mbps
Security
WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES), WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES),
WEP (64/128 bit)
Easy setting
WPS
Connection modes
Station mode, Access Point mode
External dimensions
125 mm (4.9 in) (W) × 71 mm (2.8 in) (D) ×
31.7 mm (1.3 in) (H)
Weight
Approx 125 g (Approx 0.275 lb) (excluding AC
adapter and battery)
Power supply
AC adapter or lithium-ion battery
Power consumption
Max 13.2W, 0.5W when power off
Operating environment
Temperature: 10 to 32.5 degrees C (50 to
90.5 degrees F)
Humidity: 20 to 80% (RH)
Battery charging time
About 2.5 hours (at normal temperature with
power off)
Compatible scanners
P-150, P-215
Model
Input
Output
Weight
MG1-4737
100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz 0.4 A
6VDC, 2.0A
Approx. 170 g (0.375 lb) (excluding power cord)
Consumable parts
• Battery
LP-E10
Scanning speed during Wi-Fi connection
(scan conditions: 200 dpi, A4/LTR, JPEG)
P-215
• Windows
Network mode
AP mode
Station mode
Simplex
12 pages/min.
12 pages/min.
Duplex
14 images/min.
14 images/min.
Simplex
10 pages/min.
6 pages/min.
Duplex
8 images/min.
6 images/min.
AP mode
Station mode
Simplex
12 pages/min.
12 pages/min.
Duplex
14 images/min.
14 images/min.
Simplex
7 pages/min.
5 pages/min.
Duplex
7 images/min.
5 images/min.
Grayscale
24-bit color
• Mac OS X
Network mode
Grayscale
24-bit color
* Varies according to environmental conditions.
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P-150
• Windows
Network mode
AP mode
Station mode
Simplex
12 pages/min.
12 pages/min.
Duplex
14 images/min.
14 images/min.
Simplex
10 pages/min.
4 pages/min.
Duplex
10 images/min.
6 images/min.
AP mode
Station mode
Simplex
12 pages/min.
12 pages/min.
Duplex
14 images/min.
14 images/min.
Simplex
7 pages/min.
5 pages/min.
Duplex
7 images/min.
5 images/min.
Grayscale
24-bit color
• Mac OS X
Network mode
Grayscale
24-bit color
The above values are for reference only. Depending on your operating
environment, the actual scanning speeds may differ from the above
values.
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LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Exhibit D
/* thttpd.c - tiny/turbo/throttling HTTP server
**
** Copyright 1995,1998,1999,2000,2001 by Jef Poskanzer <jef@mail.acme.com>.
** All rights reserved.
**
** Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
** modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
** are met:
** 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
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**
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Copyright
FCC REGULATIONS (USA only)
Copyright 2012 by CANON ELECTRONICS INC. All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval
system without the prior written permission of CANON
ELECTRONICS INC.
Document Scanner, Model M181111
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in
Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless
otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications
should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the
equipment.
Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Park, Melville, NY 11747, U.S.A.
Tel. No. 1-800-OK-CANON (1-800-652-2666)
Disclaimers
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
CANON ELECTRONICS INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, EXPECT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY,
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. CANON ELECTRONICS INC.
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
CANON ELECTRONICS INC. IS NOT LIABLE FOR THE STORAGE
AND HANDLING OF DOCUMENTS SCANNED WITH THIS
PRODUCT, OR THE STORAGE AND HANDLING OF RESULTING
SCANNED IMAGE DATA.
IF YOU INTEND TO DISCARD THE ORIGINALS OF SCANNED
DOCUMENTS, YOU THE CUSTOMER ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR
INSPECTING THE SCANNED IMAGES AND VERIFYING THAT
DATA IS INTACT.
THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF CANON ELECTRONICS INC.
UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE PURCHASE PRICE
OF THE PRODUCT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (Canada only)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio
noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the interferencecausing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of
the Industry Canada.
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RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOÉLECTRIQUE
(Canada uniquement)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques
applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans la
norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils Numériques”, NMB-003
édictée par l’Industrie Canada.
Für EMVG
Dieses Produkt ist zum Gebrauch im Wohnbereich, Geschäfts-und
Gewerbebereich sowie in Kleinbetrieben vorgesehen.
Model Names
The following names may be provided for the safety regulations in
each sales region of the Document Scanner.
WU10: Model M181111
FCC CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada
licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of this device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux la partie 15 des règles de la
FCC et CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions
suivantes: (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2)
l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique
subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set
forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and
RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This
equipment should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from person’s body (excluding extremities:
hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d’exposition aux
rayonnements énoncées pour un environnement non contrôlé et
respecte les règles les radioélectriques (RF) de la FCC lignes
directrices d’exposition dans le Supplément C à OET65 et
d’exposition aux fréquences radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’IC.
Cet équipement doit être installé et utilisé en gardant une distance de
20 cm ou plus entre le dispositif rayonnant et le corps (à l’exception
des extrémités: mains, poignets, pieds et chevilles).
The FCC ID can be found on the label on the underside of the unit.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with
any other antenna or transmitter.
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CE — Declaration of Conformity
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of the European Union directive 1999/5/EC.
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For the customers in Italy
Approved for indoor use only. The outdoor use is subject to an official
permission.
Per i clienti in Italia
Approvato esclusivamente per l’uso in locali chiusi.
L’utilizzo all’esterno dei propri locali è subordinato al rilascio di
un’autorizzazione generale
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CANON ELECTRONICS INC.
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CANON U.S.A. INC.
ONE CANON PARK, MELVILLE, NY 11747, U.S.A.
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PUB. CE-IM-897-E1.10
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