Sharp MX-M465N User`s manual

DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM
MX-M365N/MX-M465N/MX-M565N
QUICK START GUIDE
Keep this manual close at hand for reference whenever needed.
For the users of the fax function
„„ Important safety instructions
• If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately remove
it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network.
• Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
• Never install telephone sockets in wet locations unless the socket is specifically designed for
wet locations.
• Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
• Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
• Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may
be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
• Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
• Do not install or use the machine near water, or when you are wet. Take care not to spill any
liquids on the machine.
• Save these instructions.
FAX interface cable and Line cable
These special accessories must be used with the device.
The Declaration of Conformity is included in optional Facsimile expansion kit (MX-FX11).
Caution!
For complete electrical disconnection, pull out the main plug.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Shielded interface cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with EMC regulations.
The equipment should be installed near an accessible socket outlet for easy disconnection.
Each instruction also covers the optional units used with these products.
Notice for Users in Europe
Hereby, SHARP ELECTRONICS declares that this Digital Multifunctional System MX-M365N/MX-M465N/MX-M565N is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The declaration of conformity may be consulted at:
"http://www.sharp.de/doc/MX-M365N_MX-M465N_MX-M565N.pdf"
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Notice for users in the UK
MAINS PLUG WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
The mains lead of this equipment is already fitted with a mains plug which is either a non-rewireable (moulded) or a rewireable type. Should the fuse need to be replaced, a BSI or ASTA approved
fuse to BS1362 marked
or
and of the same rating as the one removed from the plug must be used.
Always refit the fuse cover after replacing the fuse on the moulded plug. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted.
In the unlikely event of the socket outlet in your home not being compatible with the plug supplied either cut-off the moulded plug (if this type is fitted) or remove by undoing the screws if a rewireable
plug is fitted and fit an appropriate type observing the wiring code below.
DANGER: The fuse should be removed from the cut-off plug and the plug destroyed immediately and disposed of in a safe manner. Under no circumstances should the cut-off plug be inserted
elsewhere into a 13A socket outlet as a serious electric shock may occur.
To fit an appropriate plug to the mains lead, follow the instructions below:
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW:
Earth
BLUE:
Neutral
BROWN:
Live
As the colours of the wires in this mains lead may not correspond with coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E, or by the safety earth symbol
greenand-yellow.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
, or coloured green or
If you have any doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
EMC (this machine and peripheral devices)
„„ Warning:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
This machine contains the software having modules developed by Independent JPEG Group.
This product includes Adobe® Flash® technology of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Copyright© 1995-2007 Adobe Macromedia Software LLC. All rights reserved.
This product includes the Adobe® PostScript®3™ of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
This product uses "InstantBoot" provided by IT Access Co., Ltd., Japan.
Wireless LAN
The communication range of wireless LAN may shorten or communication may not be possible in some usage environments, due to shielding materials, the installation location,
the effects of ambient radio noise, data transmission speed, and other factors.
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SOFTWARE LICENCE
The SOFTWARE LICENCE will appear when you install the software from the CD-ROM. By using all or any portion of the software on the CD-ROM or in the machine, you are
agreeing to be bound by the terms of the SOFTWARE LICENCE.
The explanations in this manual are based on American English and the North American version of the software.
Software for other countries and regions may vary slightly from the North American version.
• The explanations in this manual assume that you have a working knowledge of your Windows or Macintosh computer.
• For information on your operating system, please refer to your operating system manual or the online Help function.
• The explanations of screens and procedures in this manual are primarily for Windows 7® in Windows® environments. The screens may vary depending on the version of the operating
system.
• Considerable care has been taken in preparing this manual. If you have any comments or concerns about the manual, please contact your dealer or nearest authorised service
representative.
• This product has undergone strict quality control and inspection procedures. In the unlikely event that a defect or other problem is discovered, please contact your dealer or nearest
authorised service representative.
• Aside from instances provided for by law, SHARP is not responsible for failures occurring during the use of the product or its options, or failures due to incorrect operation of the
product and its options, or other failures, or for any damage that occurs due to use of the product.
„„ Warranty
Products that have earned the ENERGY STAR® are designed to protect the environment
through superior energy efficiency.
The products that meet the ENERGY STAR® guidelines carry the ENERGY STAR®
logo.
The products without the logo may not meet the ENERGY STAR® guidelines.
While every effort has been made to make this document as accurate and helpful
as possible, SHARP Corporation makes no warranty of any kind with regard to its
content. All information included herein is subject to change without notice. SHARP is
not responsible for any loss or damages, direct or indirect, arising from or related to
the use of this operation manual.
© Copyright SHARP Corporation 2013. All rights reserved. Reproduction, adaptation
or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under
copyright laws.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
The MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) can be viewed at the following URL address: http://www.sharp-world.com/corporate/info/index.html
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Contents
OPERATION MANUALS AND HOW TO USE THEM —————————— 6
MAINTENANCE —————————————————————————
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USER'S MANUAL DOWNLOAD ——————————————————— 7
SPECIFICATIONS — ———————————————————————
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CAUTIONS — ——————————————————————————— 8
SUPPLIES — ——————————————————————————
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OTHERS — ———————————————————————————
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INFORMATION ON DISPOSAL — —————————————————
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TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE — ——————————
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Symbols in this manual — ———————————————————————
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Power notes — ————————————————————————————
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Installation notes — ——————————————————————————
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About consumables —————————————————————————— 10
Handling precautions — ———————————————————————— 10
PART NAMES ——————————————————————————
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TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF ———————————————
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HOME SCREEN —————————————————————————
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For operating the touch panel and functions the icon.
OVERVIEW OF COPY OPERATION — ———————————————
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OVERVIEW OF OTHER OPERATIONS ———————————————
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For functions other than copy.
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OPERATION MANUALS AND HOW TO USE THEM
Quick Start Guide (this document)
Features important safety notes, names of parts and
Software Setup Guide (CD-PDF)
DIGITAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM
Explains how to install the various drivers needed when using
MX-M365N/MX-M465N/MX-M565N
QUICK START GUIDE
components, information about the power-on procedure,
this machine as a printer, network scanner, or fax machine.
operation overviews, information for people who manage
Refer to this document when using this machine from a
the machine, and information about other aspects of this
computer. The Software Setup Guide can be found on the
machine.
“Software CD-ROM”.
Keep this manual close at hand for reference whenever needed.
Read this section before using the machine for the first time.
User's Manual
Operation Guide
Can be downloaded from the machine to a computer and
Can be viewed by touching the operation guide icon on the
viewed. Refer to this document to learn more about printer
machine’s touch panel. When you are using this machine,
mode and settings mode, and to learn about the details of
use this document to see an overview of a particular mode or
each type of mode.
when you are having trouble operating the machine.
About the User's Manual
The "User's Manual" describes details of the functions available on this machine.
You can download the User's Manual from this machine to your computer and then view it using a web browser.
For information on how to download the User's Manual, see "USER'S MANUAL DOWNLOAD" on page 7.
Switch the tab and click the menu shown on the left to display the function you require.
Tips
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You can also look up the function you require using the Contents, Index, or search function.
The above will help you locate the page containing the procedure describing what you want
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to do.
• OPERATIONS COMMON TO ALL MODES
• COPY
• PRINTER
• FAX
• IMAGE SEND
Click to switch the tab for the mode you want to view.
From the left-hand menu, click the item you want to view.
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• DOCUMENT FILING
• SETTING MODE
• TROUBLESHOOTING
• APPENDIX
USER'S MANUAL DOWNLOAD
You can download the User's Manual by accessing the built-in web server of this machine. You can print the All Custom Setting List to check the machine's IP address.
Checking the IP address
To check the IP address, you can print the All Custom Setting List from the machine.
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Press the [Home Screen]
key.
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3
Tap the [Settings] key.
Operate the touch panel.
(1) Tap the [System Settings] key in the left menu.
(2) Tap the [List Print: (User)] key in the left menu.
(3) Tap the [Print] key in the [All Custom Setting List].
The All Custom Setting List is printed. You can check the IP address on the printed
list.
Downloading the User's Manual
From the web page, download the "User's Manual" that provides more detailed information on this machine.
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3
In the address bar of a web browser,
type the machine's IP address to
access the machine.
If you are using Windows, right-click the downloaded file and select [Expand All] from the menu.*
If you are using a Macintosh, double-click the downloaded file.
http://Machine's IP address/ Depending on
Follow the instructions that appear in the Deployment Wizard.
the machine settings, user authentication
When the expansion process is completed, the [User's Manual] folder is created.
may be required. For the account information
* If [Expand All] does not appear in the menu, use any expansion (unzip) application.
required for authentication, contact the machine
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administrator.
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Expand the "User's Manual" you have downloaded.
View the "User's Manual" you have downloaded.
Open the [User's Manual] folder, and double-click "index.htm".
Download the "User's Manual".
On the page that is displayed, click [Operation Manual Download]. Then, select the language from
the "Language" list, and click the [Download] button.
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(2)
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CAUTIONS
Symbols in this manual
WARNING
To ensure safe use of the machine, this manual uses various safety symbols. The
Indicates a risk of death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a risk of human injury or property damage.
safety symbols are classified as explained below. Be sure you understand the
meaning of the symbols when reading the manual.
Meaning of the symbols
CAUTION!
HOT
PINCH
POINT
KEEP CLEAR
PROHIBITED
ACTIONS
DO NOT
DISASSEMBLE
MANDATORY
ACTIONS
Power notes
WARNING
Do not damage or modify the power cord.
Be sure to connect the power cord only to a power outlet that meets the specified voltage and current
requirements. Also make certain the outlet is properly grounded. Do not use an extension cord or
adapter to connect other devices to the power outlet used by the machine. Using an improper power
supply may cause fire or electrical shock.
Placing heavy objects on the power cord, pulling it, or forcibly bending it
will damage the cord, resulting in fire or electrical shock.
* For the power supply requirements, see the name plate in the lower left corner of the left side of the
machine.
Do not insert or remove the power plug with wet hands.
This may cause electrical shock.
CAUTION
When moving the machine, switch off the main power and remove the power plug from the outlet
before moving.
When removing the power plug from the outlet, do not pull on the cord.
Pulling on the cord may cause damage such as wire exposure and breakage, and may result in fire or
electrical shock.
The cord may be damaged, creating a risk of fire or electrical shock.
If you will not use the machine for a long time, be sure to remove the power plug from the outlet for
safety.
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Installation notes
CAUTION
Do not install the machine on an unstable or slanted surface. Install the machine on a surface that can
withstand the weight of the machine.
Locations with ammonia gas
Installing the machine next to a diazo copy machine may cause
dirty output.
Risk of injury due to the machine falling or toppling.
If peripheral devices are to be installed, do not install on an uneven floor, slanted surface, or otherwise
unstable surface. Danger of slippage, falling, and toppling. Install the product on a flat, stable surface that can
withstand the weight of the product.
Do not install the machine in a location with poor air
circulation.
Do not install in a location with moisture or dust.
Risk of fire and electrical shock.
If dust enters the machine, dirty output and machine failure may result.
A small amount of ozone is created inside the machine during
printing. The amount of ozone created is not sufficient to be
harmful; however, an unpleasant odor may be noticed during
large copy runs, and thus the machine should be installed in a
room with a ventilation fan or windows that provide sufficient air
circulation. (The odor may occasionally cause headaches.)
* Install the machine so that people are not directly exposed to
exhaust from the machine. If installed near a window, ensure
that the machine is not exposed to direct sunlight.
Locations that are excessively hot, cold, humid, or dry
(near heaters, humidifiers, air conditioners, etc.)
The paper will become damp and condensation may form
inside the machine, causing misfeeds and dirty output.
SPECIFICATIONS (page 18)
If the location has an ultrasonic humidifier, use pure water
for humidifiers in the humidifier. If tap water is used, minerals
and other impurities will be emitted, causing impurities to
collect on the inside of the machine and create dirty output.
Near a wall
Be sure to allow the required space around the machine for
servicing and proper ventilation. (The machine should be no
closer than the distances indicated below from walls. The
indicated distances are for the case when a saddle finisher and
large capacity paper tray are not installed.)
When the machine is installed, the adjusters (4) must be lowered to the
floor to secure the machine (prevent it from moving).
Rotate the adjusters in the locking direction until they are in firm contact
with the floor.
If you find it necessary to reposition the machine due to
rearrangement of your office layout or other reason, retract the
adjusters from the floor, turn off the power, and then move the
machine.
Lock
30 cm
30 cm
45 cm
Locations subject to vibration.
Release
Vibration may cause failure.
(After moving the machine, lower the adjusters again to secure the
machine.)
CAUTION
Locations exposed to direct sunlight
The machine includes a built-in hard drive. Do not subject the machine to shock or vibration. In particular, never
move the machine while the power is on.
Plastic parts may become deformed and dirty output may result.
• The machine should be installed near an accessible power outlet for easy connection.
• Connect the machine to a power outlet which is not used for other electric appliances. If a lighting fixture is
connected to the same outlet, the light may flicker.
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About consumables
CAUTION
Do not throw a toner cartridge into a fire.
Store a toner cartridge out of the reach of children.
Toner may fly and cause burns.
Handling precautions
WARNING
Do not place a container of water or other liquid, or a metal
object that might fall inside, on the machine.
If you notice smoke, a strange odor, or other abnormality, do not
use the machine.
If the liquid spills or the object falls into the machine, fire or electrical
shock may result.
If used in this condition, fire or electrical shock may result.
Immediately switch off the main power and remove the power plug from
the power outlet.
Contact your dealer or nearest authorised service representative.
Do not remove the machine casing.
If a thunder storm begins, switch off the main power and remove the power plug from the outlet
to prevent electrical shock and fire due to lightning.
High-voltage parts inside the machine may cause electrical shock.
Do not make any modifications to this machine.
Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
If a piece of metal or water enters the machine, switch off the main power and remove the
power plug from the power outlet.
Do not use a flammable spray to clean the machine.
Contact your dealer or nearest authorised service representative. Using the machine in this condition
may result in electrical shock or fire.
If gas from the spray comes in contact with hot electrical components or the fusing unit inside
the machine, fire or electrical shock may result.
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CAUTION
Do not look directly at the light source.
The fusing unit and paper exit area are hot. When removing a
misfeed, do not touch the fusing unit and paper exit area. Take care
not to burn yourself.
Doing so may damage your eyes.
Do not block the ventilation ports on the machine. Do not install the machine in a location that
will block the ventilation ports.
When loading paper, removing a misfeed, performing
maintenance, closing the front and side covers, and
inserting and removing trays, take care that your fingers
are not pinched.
Blocking the ventilation ports will cause heat to build up in the machine, creating a risk of fire.
The machine includes the document filing function, which stores document image data on the machine's hard drive. Stored documents can be called up and printed or transmitted as needed. If a hard drive failure occurs, it will no longer be
possible to call up the stored document data. To prevent the loss of important documents in the unlikely event of a hard drive failure, keep the originals of important documents or store the original data elsewhere.
With the exception of instances provided for by law, Sharp Corporation bears no responsibility for any damages or loss due to the loss of stored document data.
Laser information
Wave length
MX-M365N
„„ Caution
790 nm ± 10 nm
MX-M465N/MX-M565N
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
792 nm + 8 nm / -12 nm
Pulse times
MX-M365N
Normal paper mode / Heavy paper mode (P/S = 175 mm/s) = 4.49 μs ± 0.014 μs / 7 mm
MX-M465N
Normal paper mode (P/S = 225 mm/s) = 6.98 μs ± 0.022 μs / 7 mm
MX-M565N
Normal paper mode (P/S = 255 mm/s) = 6.16 μs ± 0.019 μs / 7 mm
MX-M465N / MX-M565N
Heavy paper mode (P/S = 175 mm/s) = 8.98 μs ± 0.028 μs / 7 mm
Output power
MX-M365N
Max 1.0 mW (LD1+LD2)
MX-M465N / MX-M565N
Max 1.0 mW (LD1+LD2+LD3+LD4)
This Digital Equipment is CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT (IEC 60825-1 Edition 2-2007)
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PART NAMES
Keyboard*
Operation Panel
[POWER SAVE] button/indicator
Power button
Automatic
document feeder
Output tray
(centre tray)
Finisher*
USB port (A type)
Saddle finisher
(large stacker)*
Main power
indicator
Right Tray*
Punch module*
Bypass tray
Touch Panel
Front cover
Paper pass unit*
Tray 5 (when a large capacity
tray is installed)*
Tray 1
Tray 2 (when a stand/500/2x500/3x500/
500&2000 sheet paper drawer is installed)*
Tray 3 (when a stand/2x500/3x500
sheet paper drawer is installed)*
Tray 4 (when a stand/3x500 sheet
paper drawer is installed)*
[Home Screen] button (
Using the [Home Screen] button
Use your finger to touch the [Home Screen] button.
If you use a pen or other tool to touch the button, it may
not operate properly.
Risk of malfunctioning if you use with jewelry or other
accessories.
Tray 4
(when a stand/500&2000 sheet paper drawer is installed)*
Main power switch
Tray 3
(when a stand/500&2000 sheet paper drawer is installed)*
Finisher (large stacker)*
Saddle finisher*
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* Optional
)
TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF
This machine has a main power switch, found at the bottom left after the front cover is opened, and a power button (
), located on the operation panel.
[POWER] button
Turning on the power
• Switch the main power switch to the “ ” position.
• After the main power indicator lights in green, press the power button (
Main power indicator
).
Turning off the power
(1) Press the power button ( ) to turn off the power.
(2) Switch the main power switch to the “ ” position.
Restarting the machine
In order for some settings to take effect, the machine must be restarted. If a message in the
touch panel prompts you to restart the machine, press the power button ( ) to turn off the
power and then press the key again to turn the power back on.
Main power switch
CAUTION
• When turning off the power, make sure that the indicators on the operation panel turn
off as well.
• If the machine suddenly turns off, such as in the event of a power failure, turn the
machine on again, and then turn off the machine following the correct procedure for
turning off the machine.
Switching off the main power switch or removing the power cord from the outlet while
• When using the fax or Internet fax function, always keep the main power switch in
any of the indicators are lit or blinking may damage the hard drive and cause data to
the “ ” position.
be lost.
• Switch off both the power button (
• In some states of the machine, pressing the power button (
) and the main power switch and unplug the
) to restart will not
power cord if you suspect a machine failure, if there is a bad thunderstorm nearby, or
make the settings take effect. In this case, use the main power switch to switch
when you are moving the machine.
the power off and then on.
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HOME SCREEN
The home screen is the first screen to be displayed. Touch an icon to display the
corresponding screen. When the
button is touched on the operation panel, this home
screen is displayed.
*The actual screen displayed may vary depending on the model or how the machine
has been customized.
Fax
The scanned original is sent using the telephone line.
E-mail The scanned original is attached to an e-mail and sent.
Action panel
Tap an item to edit Home Screen or other
operation.
Copy
The scanned original is printed.
CLOUD PORTAL
FTP/Desktop
This service may not be available in
some regions.
The scanned file is sent to a specified
directory of an FTP server or to a specified
folder on a computer connected to the
network.
Scroll area
Up to 12 icons are displayed.
Icons that are not displayed can be displayed
by scrolling horizontally.
HDD file retrieve
The scanned original is saved.
Saved data can be edited and used again for
another operation.
Fixed area
Job status
Up to 10 icons are displayed.
Displays the status of the current job.
Operation Guide Refer to the Operation Guide when you have
Page switch keys
questions about operating the machine.
Use these keys to view a hidden page in the scrolling area.
System settings Allows various settings to be adjusted according to how the
machine will be used or its current state of use.
OPERATING THE TOUCH PANEL
In addition to the conventional "single tap" operation, you can also operate the touch panel using presses, flicks, and slides.
Tap
Touch and then quickly release
the finger.
Used to select keys, tabs,
checkboxes, etc.
Double tap
Touch the screen twice.
Use this operation to enlarge
or reduce the image in the
preview.
Drag
Drag (slide the finger in the
desired direction) to rotate or
delete original pages displayed
as a preview.
Pinch
Touch the screen with two fingers
and move them toward each
other. This is used to reduce the
browser and preview display.
Press
Touch a key and keep the
finger on the key for a short
time.
Flick
Flick (quickly swipe with the
finger) to scroll the preview
image.
Slide
Slide the finger on the scroll
bar to move up or down
through a long list.
Spread
Touch the screen with two fingers
and move them away from each
other. This is used to enlarge the
browser and preview display.
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OVERVIEW OF COPY OPERATION
Step
1
Select a
function
Step
2
Place the
original
Step
3
Step
Scan
Select the [Copy] key or Copy icon.
4
Confirming while viewing the
preview
Confirm the results of the scan and any
edits or settings.
Step
5
Start
Enter the number of prints and
start printing.
Confirmation
Scan the original
Face up/down, orientation, missing
pages, folded pages
Tap
Tap
Scan another original
Place the original in the automatic
document feeder
Do not pass this line
Tap
Tap
Insert all the way
Editing
Align the edges
Upward
Print 1 set of copies
Document filing
The scanned original and the settings are
Adjust to original size
saved on the hard disk and can be used again.
Place the original on the document
glass
Align to corner
Tap
Drag
Placing a thick book
Downward
Print
Page editing,
deleting, etc.
Output settings
Lift open
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OVERVIEW OF OTHER OPERATIONS
Step
1
Select a
function
Fax
Step
2
Place the
original
Place the original in the automatic
document feeder
Do not pass this line
Tap
Step
3
For functions other than copy.
Select the address
Step
4
Confirmation
Step
5
Start
Transmission
Select the address
Scan the original
Insert all the way
Align the edges
Upward
E-mail
Confirmation
Face up/down
Orientation
Missing pages
Folded pages
Adjust to original size
Place the original on the document
glass
Tap
Align to corner
Placing a thick book
Select the folder
Downward
Lift open
HDD file
retrieve
Tap
Scan and store the file
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Storing
MAINTENANCE
Replacing a toner cartridge
When toner is running low, the message "Toner Low (Do not replace cartridge until requested)" appears.
Caution
When this message appears, prepare a toner cartridge for replacement.
When the amount of toner decreases further, the message "Ready to scan for copy. (Change the toner
cartridge.)" appears. When this message appears, replace the toner cartridge.
When the toner runs out, printing is stopped and the message "Change the toner cartridge." appears.
Old toner cartridge
1
2
Open
Gently pull straight
New toner cartridge
3
4
5
6
Shake 5 or 6 times Gently insert straight into the machine
out with both
until it locks
hands
Close
• Do not throw toner cartridges into a fire.
Toner may fly and cause burns.
• Store toner cartridges out of the reach of
small children.
• Store the toner in a location that is cooler
than 40°C (104°F). Storage in a hot location
may cause the toner in the cartridge to
solidify.
• Always store toner cartridges on their sides.
If toner cartridges are stored on end, the
toner may harden and become unusable.
• Please use SHARP-recommended toner
cartridges. If toner cartridges other than
SHARP-recommended toner cartridges are
used, the machine may not attain full quality
and performance and there is a risk of
damage to the machine.
• Do not dispose of used toner cartridges. Place them in a plastic bag and keep them. The technician will collect the used toner cartridges when performing maintenance.
• To view the approximate amount of toner remaining, continually touch the [Home Screen] key during printing or when the machine is idle. The percentage of toner remaining will
appear in the display while the key is touched.
• Depending on your conditions of use, the image may become faint or the image blurred.
Removing misfeeds
When a paper misfeed occurs, the message “A misfeed has occurred.” will appear in the touch
Caution
panel and printing and scanning will stop.
In this event, touch the [Check how to remove misfeeds] key in the touch panel.
• The fusing unit and the output unit are hot.
When the key is touched, instructions for removing the misfeed will appear. Follow the
• Take care not to touch the fusing unit when
instructions. When the misfeed is cleared, the message will automatically clear.
removing a misfeed.
• There is a risk of burning.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Basic Specifications / Copier specifications
Name
MX-M365N/MX-M465N/MX-M565N
Type
Desktop
Colour
Monochrome
Copier system
Laser electrostatic copier
Scanning
600 × 600 dpi, 600 × 400 dpi, 600 × 300 dpi
resolution
Print: 600 × 600 dpi, equivalent to 9,600 dpi × 600 dpi, 1,200 × 1,200 dpi
Gradation
Scan: equivalent to 256 levels / Print: equivalent to 256 levels
Original paper
sizes
Same size: 1:1 ± 0.8 % Enlarge: 115 %, 122 %, 141 %, 200 %, 400 %
500 sheets in 1 tray plus 100-sheet multi-bypass tray
Paper feed / capacity
 Using 80 g/m2 (21 lbs. bond) weight paper
6,600 sheets in 4 trays (500 × 2 + 1,150 + 850) plus 100-sheet multi-bypass
Max. paper feed / max. capacity
Continuous copy
Max. 999 copies
Standard: 3 GB HDD: 320 GB
Max. A3 (11" x 17") for sheets and bound documents
Memory
 1 GB = One billion bytes when referring to hard drive capacity. Actual format
capacity is less.
Operating
8-1/2" × 13-1/2", 8-1/2" × 13-2/5", 8-1/2" × 13", 8-1/2" × 11", 8-1/2" × 11"R, 7-1/4 × 10-1/2"R, 5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R
Multi-bypass tray: A3 wide (12" × 18") to A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R), Transparency film, Heavy paper,
Ambient
environment
environment
Standard
environment
Envelopes
Required power supply
Near edge / far edge: total 4 mm (11/64") ± 2 mm (± 6/64") or less
trays 3 and 4.
12 seconds
copying speeds*
(when shifter is
not in operation)
MX-M365N Approx. 76 kg (168 lbs.)
With multi-bypass
 This may vary depending on the ambient conditions.
MX-M365N
MX-M465N
MX-M565N
Overall
tray extended
4.5 seconds
3.9 seconds
3.7 seconds
dimensions
With right side exit
tray extended
 This may vary depending on the state of the machine.
* Portrait feeding of A4 (8-1/2" x 11") sheets.
Continuous
(24-11/32" (W) × 28-5/64" (D) × 33-13/64" (H))
Weight
MX-M365N
in the lower corner of the left side of the machine.)
618 mm (W) × 713 mm (D) × 843 mm (H)
Dimensions
* When the Stand/500&2000 sheet paper drawer is installed, only A4 (8-1/2" × 11") can be used in
B5, 7-1/4" × 10-1/2"
20 °C (68 °F) to 25 °C (77 °F) (65 ± 5 % RH)
Power consumption Max. 1.84 kW (220-240 V) (including options)
Leading edge / trailing edge: total 8 mm (21/64") or less
A4, 8-1/2" × 11"
10 °C (54 °F) to 35 °C (91 °F) (20 % to 85 % RH) 590 - 1,013 hpa
Local voltage ± 10 % (For the power supply requirements, see the name plate
Lost margin (leading edge): 4 mm (11/64") ± 1 mm (± 3/64")
Lost margin (trailing edge): 2 mm (6/64") - 5 mm (- 13/64")
First-copy time
tray plus 3,500 sheets in large capacity tray
 Using 80 g/m2 (21 lbs. bond) weight paper
Tray 1-4*: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5R, 11" × 17", 8-1/2" × 14", Warm-up time
Reduce: 25 %, 50 %, 70 %, 81 %, 86 %, 100 %
Zoom range: 25 to 400 % (25 - 200 % using DSPF) in 1 % increments, total
376 increments. Can calculate zoom rate when mm is specified.
A3 wide (12" × 18") to A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R), Transparency film, Heavy paper, Envelopes
Copy sizes
Copy ratios
MX-M465N
MX-M565N
36 copies/min. 46 copies/min. 56 copies/min.
A4R, 8-1/2" × 11"R B5R, 7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R
25 copies/min. 32 copies/min. 35 copies/min.
B4, 8-1/2" × 14"
20 copies/min. 26 copies/min. 30 copies/min.
A3, 11" × 17"
17 copies/min. 22 copies/min. 26 copies/min.
* Continuous speed for same original source. Output may be temporarily interrupted to stabilize
image quality.
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MX-M465N / MX-M565N
Approx. 77 kg (170 lbs.)
925 mm (W) × 713 mm (D) (36-27/64" (W) × 28-5/64" (D))
995 mm (W) × 713 mm (D) (39-3/16" (W) × 28-5/64" (D))
Automatic document feeder
(Standard equipment)
Document feeder types
Duplex Single Pass Feeder (DSPF)
Original paper sizes
A3 (11" × 17") to A5 (5-1/2" × 8-1/2")
Original paper types
Paper weight
Two-sided
Paper storage capacity
Scan speed (copy)
Stand/500&2000 sheet paper drawer
(Tray 2 / 3 / 4)
Name
Thin paper 35 g/m2 (9 lbs.) to 49 g/m2 (13 lbs.)
Paper sizes
Plain paper 50 g/m (13 lbs.) to 128 g/m (34 lbs.)
2
2
50 g/m2 (13 lbs.) to 128 g/m2 (34 lbs.)
Useable paper
150 sheets (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.))
Paper capacity
85 sheets/minute (600 × 300 dpi)
Weight
Tray 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
Tray 2
Tray 2/3
Tray 2/3/4
(MX-DE12)*1
(MX-DE13)*2
(MX-DE14)*3
Paper sizes
A3 (11" × 17") to A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R)
Useable paper
60 g/m2 (16 lbs. bond) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. cover)
Paper capacity
500 sheets
1,000
1,500
(500 × 2)
(500 × 3)
Tray 5
(MX-LC11)*4
A4 (8-1/2" × 11")
60 g/m2 (16 lbs. bond) to
105 g/m2 (28 lbs. bond)
3,500
376 mm (W) × 523 mm (D)
Dimensions
583 mm (W) × 577 mm (D) × 382 mm (H)
× 575 mm (H)
(22-61/64" (W) × 22-46/64" (D) × 15-3/64" (H))
(14-53/64" (W) × 20-19/32"
Approx. 21 kg
Approx. 23 kg
Approx. 28 kg
Approx. 30 kg
(46 lbs.)
(51 lbs.)
(62 lbs.)
(66 lbs.)
(D) × 22-41/64" (H))
Weight
*1:
Stand/500 sheet paper drawer (MX-DE12)
*2:
Stand/2x500 sheet paper drawer (MX-DE13)
*3:
Stand/3x500 sheet paper drawer (MX-DE14)
*4:
Large capacity tray (MX-LC11)
Tray 2: 60 g/m2 (16 lbs. bond) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. cover)
Tray 3/4: 60 g/m2 (16 lbs. bond) to 105 g/m2 (28 lbs. bond)
Tray 3: 1,150
Tray 4: 850
 When scanning one-sided, A4 (8-1/2" × 11") vertical documents
Tray 2: A3 (11" × 17") to A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R)
Tray 3/4: A4 (8-1/2" × 11")
Tray 2: 500
(or maximum stack height of 19.5 mm (50/64"))
Dimensions
Name
Stand/500&2000 sheet paper drawer (MX-DE20)
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583 mm (W) × 577 mm (D) × 382 mm (H)
(22-61/64" (W) × 22-23/32" (D) × 15-3/64" (H))
Approx. 30 kg (66.2 lbs.)
Finisher
Saddle stitch finisher (large stacker)
Name
Finisher (MX-FN17)
Name
Saddle Stitch Finisher (large stacker) (MX-FN18)
Paper sizes
Depends on feeder specifi cations
Paper sizes
Depends on feeder specifications
Useable paper
Paper weight
Useable paper
Paper weight
No. of trays
1
No. of trays
2 (Upper tray / Lower tray) + Saddle stitch tray
Non-stapled
55 g/m2 (13 lbs.) to 300 g/m2 (110 lbs. Cover)
Upper tray
Non-stapled
A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") /
B4 (8-1/2" × 14"): 250 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5 /
B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R) / A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): (80g/m2 (21 lbs.))
Staple function
500 sheets
Tray capacity
Staple function
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14"): 30 units or 250 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5 /
Tray capacity (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.))
 Offset output is not available for A3 wide (12" × 18") /
B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R) / A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R).
Max. no. of 50 sheets (A4 (8-1/2" × 11"), A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R), B5)
(90 g/m2 (24 lbs.))
Max. no. of 30 sheets (A3 (11" × 17"), B4 (8-1/2" × 14"))
Staple position
1 bottom, 1 top, 2 middle
Required power supply
Supplied from this machine
Weight
Approx. 12 kg (26.5 lbs.)
When output paper tray is stored
Dimensions
428 mm (W) x 593 mm (D) x 198 mm (H)
(16-55/64" (W) x 23-11/32" (D) x 7-51/64" (H))
When output paper tray is extended
612 mm (W) x 593 mm (D) x 198 mm (H)
(24-3/32" (W) x 23-11/32" (D) x 7-51/64" (H))
A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") /
A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R): 650 sheets
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 1,550 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 100 units or 1,550 sheets
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R):
50 units or 650 sheets
Lower tray
Non-stapled
30 units or 500 sheets
Max. no. of stapled sheets
55 g/m2 (13 lbs. bond) to 300 g/m2 (110 lbs. Cover)
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A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R): 650 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 2,450 sheets
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): 1,700 sheets
Staple function A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 100 units or 1,550 sheets
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R):
50 units or 650 sheets
Saddle stitch tray 10 units (11 to 15 sheets), 15 units (6 to 10 sheets), 25 units (1 to 5 sheets)
 Offset output is not available for A3 wide (12" × 18") / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R) /
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R).
Required power supply
Supplied from this machine
Weight
Approx. 73 kg (160.9 lbs.)
Dimensions
When output paper tray is stored
640 mm (W) × 641.5 mm (D) × 1100 mm (H)
(24-39/64" (W) × 25-1/4" (D) × 43-19/64" (H))
When output paper tray is extended
753 mm (W) × 641.5 mm (D) × 1100 mm (H)
(29-1/32" (W) × 25-1/4" (D) × 43-19/64" (H))
Max. no. of stapled sheets
Max. no. of 50 sheets (A4 (8-1/2" × 11"), B5)
(90 g/m2 (24 lbs.))
Max. no. of 30 sheets (A3 (11" × 17"), B4 (8-1/2" × 14"), A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R))
Staple position
1 bottom, 1 top, 2 middle
Staple method (for saddle stitch)
Centred fold with stapling in 2 centre places
Saddle stitch fold position
Centred fold
Saddle usable sizes
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2 × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / A3 wide (12" × 18")
Saddle usable paper weight
60 g/m2 (16 lbs.) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover)
Paper weighting 106 g/m2 (28 lbs.) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover) is only able to be
used in cover mode and for single sheet fold.
Max. no. of saddle-stitched sheets
Max. no. of 15 sheets (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.)):
14 sheets (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.)) + 1 sheet (220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover))
Max. no. of 10 sheets (90 g/m2 (24 lbs.)):
9 sheets (90 g/m2 (24 lbs.)) + 1 sheet (220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover))
Finisher (large stacker)
Saddle stitch finisher
Name
Saddle Stitch Finisher (MX-FN10)
Name
Finisher (MX-FN11)
Paper sizes
Depends on feeder specifications
Paper sizes
Depends on feeder specifications
Useable paper
Paper weight
No. of trays
2 (Upper tray / Lower tray)
55 g/m2 (13 lbs.) to 300 g/m2 (110 lbs. Cover)
Paper weight
No. of trays
2 (Upper tray / Lower tray)
Upper tray
Non-stapled
Tray capacity (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.))
Upper tray
Non-stapled
A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") /
B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): 500 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5 /
B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R): 1,000 sheets
Staple function A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14"): 50 units or 500 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5 / B5R:
50 units or 1,000 sheets (For A4 (8-1/2" × 11"), B5, 50 sets
only when stapled in a single location on the far side) Lower tray
10 units (11 to 15 sheets), 15 units (6 to 10 sheets),
20 units (1 to 5 sheets)
 Offset output is not available for A3 wide (12" × 18") / A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R).
Required power supply
Supplied from this machine
Weight
Approx. 40 kg (88.2 lbs.)
Dimensions
When output paper tray is stored
497 mm (W) × 631 mm (D) × 988 mm (H)
(19-9/16" (W) × 24-27/32" (D) × 38-57/64" (H))
When output paper tray is extended
656 mm (W) × 631 mm (D) × 988 mm (H)
(25-53/64" (W) × 24-27/32" (D) × 38-57/64" (H))
55 g/m2 (13 lbs.) to 300 g/m2 (110 lbs. Cover)
Useable paper
Staple function
Tray capacity
(80g/m (21 lbs. bond))
2
A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") /
A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R): 650 sheets
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 1,550 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 100 units or 1,550 sheets
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R):
50 units or 650 sheets
Lower tray
Non-stapled
A3 wide (12" × 18") / A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") /
A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R) / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R): 650 sheets
A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 2,450 sheets
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R): 1,700 sheets
Staple function A4 (8-1/2" × 11") / B5: 100 units or 1,550 sheets
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2" × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R):
50 units or 650 sheets
 Offset output is not available for A3 wide (12" × 18") / B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R) /
A5R (5-1/2" × 8-1/2"R).
Required power supply
Supplied from this machine
Weight
Approx. 45 kg (99 lbs.)
Dimensions
When output paper tray is stored
515 mm (W) × 645 mm (D) × 1100 mm (H)
(20-9/32" (W) × 25-25/64" (D) × 43-19/64" (H))
When output paper tray is extended
645 mm (W) × 645 mm (D) × 1100 mm (H)
(25-25/64" (W) × 25-25/64" (D) × 43-19/64" (H))
Max. no. of stapled sheets
Max. no. of 50 sheets (A4 (8-1/2" × 11"), A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R), B5, B5R)
(90 g/m2 (24 lbs.))
Max. no. of 25 sheets (A3 (11" × 17"), B4 (8-1/2" × 14"))
Staple position
1 bottom, 1 top, 2 middle
Staple method (for saddle stitch)
Centred fold with stapling in 2 centre places
Max. no. of stapled sheets
Max. no. of 50 sheets (A4 (8-1/2" × 11"), B5)
Saddle stitch fold position
Centred fold
(90 g/m2 (24 lbs.))
Max. no. of 30 sheets (A3 (11" × 17"), B4 (8-1/2" × 14"), A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R))
Saddle usable sizes
A3 (11" × 17") / B4 (8-1/2 × 14") / A4R (8-1/2" × 11"R)
Staple position
1 bottom, 1 top, 2 middle
Saddle usable paper weight
60 g/m2 (16 lbs.) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover)
Paper weighting 106 g/m2 (28 lbs.) to 220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover) is only able to be
used in cover mode and for single sheet fold.
Max. no. of saddle-stitched sheets
Max. no. of 15 sheets (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.)):
14 sheets (80 g/m2 (21 lbs.)) + 1 sheet (220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover))
Max. no. of 10 sheets (90 g/m2 (24 lbs.)):
9 sheets (90 g/m2 (24 lbs.)) + 1 sheet (220 g/m2 (80 lbs. Cover))
Punch module (for finisher)
Name
Punch module for MX-FN17
MX-PN11A, MX-PN11B, MX-PN11C,
MX-PN11D
Paper size for punch module
A3 (11" × 17") to B5R (7-1/4" × 10-1/2"R)
Holes
MX-PN11A 2 holes, MX-PN11B 3 holes
MX-PN11C 4 holes, MX-PN11D 4 holes (wide)
Required power supply
Supplied from Finisher
Dimensions
Weight
21
98 mm (W) × 477 mm (D) × 137 mm (H)
Punch module for MX-FN11
MX-PNX6A, MX-PNX6B, MX-PNX6C,
MX-PNX6D
MX-PNX6A 2 holes, MX-PNX6B 3 holes
MX-PNX6C 4 holes, MX-PNX6D 4 holes (wide)
115 mm (W) × 600 mm (D) × 995 mm (H)
(3-55/64" (W) × 18-25/32" (D) × 5-13/32" (H)) (4-39/64" (W) × 24 (D) × 39-13/16" (H))
Approx. 3 kg (6.6 lbs.)
Approx. 8 kg (17.6 lbs.)
Punch module (for saddle finisher)
Name
Paper size for punch module
Punch module for MX-FN18
Punch module for MX-FN10
Type
Built-in type
MX-PNX6A, MX-PNX6B, MX-PNX6C,
MX-PNX5A, MX-PNX5B, MX-PNX5C,
Continuous print speed
Same as continuous copy speed
MX-PNX6D
MX-PNX5D
Resolution
MX-PNX5A 2 holes, MX-PNX5B 3 holes
Page description language
Standard: PCL6 emulation, Adobe® PostScript®3™, XPS*
Compatible protocols
TCP/IP (IPv4/IPv6), IPX/SPX, IPP, EtherTalk
A3 (11" × 17") to A4 (8-1/2" × 11")
MX-PNX6A 2 holes, MX-PNX6B 3 holes
Holes
Network Printer Specifications
MX-PNX6C 4 holes, MX-PNX6D 4 holes (wide) MX-PNX5C 4 holes, MX-PNX5D 4 holes (wide)
Required power supply
Dimensions
Weight
(4-17/32" (W) × 23-5/8" (D) × 39-11/64" (H))
Approx. 8 kg (17.6 lbs.)
Compatible OS
122 mm (W) × 604 mm (D) × 248 mm (H)
(H))
Approx. 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs. or less)
Facsimile expansion kit (MX-FX11)
Useable lines
General phone lines (PSTN), private branch exchange (PBX)
Connection speed
Super G3: 33.6 kbps, G3: 14.4 kbps
Coding method
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Connection mode
Super G3 / G3
A3 (11" × 17") to A5 (5-1/2" × 8-1/2") (Paper with a max. length of 1,000 mm can be transmitted (one-sided only).)
A3 (11" × 17") to A5 (5-1/2" × 8-1/2")
Approx. 2 seconds *1 (A4 (8-1/2" × 11") Sharp standard paper, normal
Transmission time
characters, Super G3 (JBIG))
Approx. 6 seconds (G3 ECM)
Memory
*1
1 GB
Touch dial memory
Max. of 2,000 entries (Including group dialling for fax,
Entries per group
Max. of 500 entries
Mass transmissions
Max. of 500 recipients
scanner, and Internet fax)
Notes
Internal fonts
80 fonts for PCL, 136 fonts for Adobe® PostScript®3™
Memory
Machine system memory and hard disk
Interface
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T, USB 2.0 (high speed mode)
* XPS stands for XML Paper Specification. When equipped with the XPS expansion kit (MX-PUX1).
Name
Registered paper size
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012
Macintosh (Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8)
(4-13/16" (W) × 23-25/32" (D) × 9-49/64"
Fax Specifications
Original paper sizes for transmission
Print: 600 × 600 dpi, equivalent to 9,600 dpi × 600 dpi, 1,200 × 1,200 dpi
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008,
Supplied from saddle finisher
115 mm (W) × 600 mm (D) × 995 mm (H)
Data processing: 600 × 600 dpi, 1,200 × 1,200 dpi
Complies with the 33.6 kbps transmission method for Super G3 facsimiles standardized by the International
Telecommunications Union (ITU-T). This is the speed for when sending an A4 (8-1/2" × 11") size piece of paper of
around 700 characters at standard image quality (8 × 3.85 chars/mm) in Hi-speed mode (33.6 kbps). This is the
transmission speed for image information only and does not include time for transmission control. The actual time
needed for a transmission depends on the content of the text, type of receiving fax machine, and telephone line
conditions.
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Network Scanner Specifications
Type
Scan resolution (main × vertical)
Scan speed (A4 (8-1/2" × 11"))
Wireless LAN Specifications
Colour scanner
Type
Built-in type
100 × 100 dpi, 150 × 150 dpi, 200 × 200 dpi, 300 × 300 dpi,
Compliance standards
IEEE802.11n/g/b
400 × 400 dpi, 600 × 600 dpi (push scan)
Transmission method
OFDM (IEEE 802.11n/g), DS-SS (IEEE 802.11b)
50 to 9,600 dpi *1 (pull scan)
Frequency band / channels
IEEE802.11n/g/b: 2.4 GHz (1 - 13 ch)
Duplex Single Pass Feeder (DSPF)
B/W:
85 sheets/minute (200 × 200 dpi) (one-sided)
Colour:
85 sheets/minute (200 × 200 dpi) (one-sided)
Transmission speed
(value of standard) *1
Security
 When in standard mode using Sharp standard paper (A4 (8-1/2" × 11") size
with 6% coverage) and the auto colour detector is turned off. The speed
Compatible protocols
*1:
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T,
*2:
TCP/IP (IPv4)
Compatible OS *2
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista,
Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8,
Windows Server 2012
(B/W)
TIFF, PDF, PDF/A, encrypted PDF, XPS*3
Compression method: decompression, G3 (MH), G4 (MMR)
Output format
(Grey scale/colour)
TIFF, JPEG, PDF, PDF/A, encrypted PDF, high compression PDF*4, XPS*3
Compression method: JPEG (high, mid, and low compression, Emphasis black
letter)
Driver
*1:
TWAIN compliant
You must decrease the scan size when increasing the resolution.
*2:
There are cases when a connection cannot be established. Please contact your local dealer for more information.
*3:
XPS stands for XML Paper Specification.
*4:
Optional Enhanced Compression kit (MX-EB11) is required.
IEEE802.11b max. 11 Mbps
WEP, WPA Personal, WPA Enterprise*2, WPA2 Personal, WPA2 Enterprise*2
The indicated values are maximum theoretical values for the Wireless LAN Standard. The values do not indicate
actual data transmission speeds.
USB 2.0 (when an external memory device is used)
Pull scan (TWAIN)
IEEE802.11g max. 54 Mbps
This function may not be available in some regions.
varies depending on the data volume of the original.
Interface
IEEE802.11n max. 150 Mbps
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Cannot be used in Access Point mode.
SUPPLIES
Standard supplies for this product that can be replaced by the user include paper,
toner cartridges, and staple cartridges for the finisher.
For best copying results, be sure to use only Sharp Genuine
Be sure to use only SHARP-specified products for the toner cartridges, finisher staple
Supplies which are designed, engineered, and tested to maximize
cartridge, and transparency film.
the life and performance of Sharp products. Look for the Genuine
GENUINE SUPPLIES
Supplies label on the toner package.
Storage of supplies
„„ Proper storage
„„ Storing toner cartridges
1.Store the supplies in a location that is:
Store a new toner cartridge box horizontally with the top side up. Do not store a toner
• clean and dry,
cartridge standing on end. If stored standing on end, the toner may not distribute
• at a stable temperature,
well even after shaking the cartridge vigorously, and will remain inside the cartridge
• not exposed to direct sunlight.
without flowing out.
2.Store paper in the wrapper and lying flat.
„„ Staple cartridge
3.Paper stored in packages standing up or out of the wrapper may curl or become
damp, resulting in paper misfeeds.
The finisher and saddle finisher require the following staple cartridge:
MX-SCX1 (for finisher and saddle finisher)
Approx. 5000 per cartridge x 3 cartridges
AR-SC2 (for finisher (large stacker) and saddle stitch finisher (large stacker))
Approx. 5000 per cartridge x 3 cartridges
AR-SC3 (for saddle stitch of saddle stitch finisher and saddle stitch finisher (large
stacker))
Approx. 2000 per cartridge x 3 cartridges
Supply of spare parts and consumables
The supply of spare parts for repair of the machine is guaranteed for at least 7 years following the termination of production. Spare parts are those parts of the machine which
may break down within the scope of the ordinary use of the product, whereas those parts which normally exceed the life of the product are not to be considered as spare parts.
Consumables too, are available for 7 years following the termination of production.
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OTHERS
Noise emission
Noise emission values
The following shows noise emission values as measured according to ISO7779.
Sound power level LWAd
Sound pressure level LpAm
MX-M365N
Operating
(continuous printing)
Standby
(low power level mode)
MX-M465N
MX-M565N
7.5 B
7.5 B
7.7 B
-
-
-
Operating
(continuous printing)
Standby
(low power level mode)
• Operating: With options MX-DE14, MX-RB22, MX-FN11.
• Standby: “-” = less than background noise.
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MX-M365N
MX-M465N
MX-M565N
Bystander positions
57 dB
58 dB
59 dB
Bystander positions
-
-
-
INFORMATION ON DISPOSAL
Information on Disposal for Users (private households)
„„ In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin! Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately
and in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. Following the implementation
by member states, private households within the EU states may return their used electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of
charge*. In some countries* your local retailer may also take back your old product free of charge if you purchase a similar new one.
*) Please contact your local authority for further details. If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of these separately beforehand according to local
requirements. By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment
and human health which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
„„ In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal. For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic
equipment can be returned free of charge to the dealer, even if you don’t purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
Attention: Your product is marked
with this symbol. It means that
used electrical and electronic
products should not be mixed with
general household waste. There
is a separate collection system for
these products.
Information on Disposal for Business Users
„„ In the European Union
If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it: Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back of the product. You might be charged for the costs
arising from take-back and recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by your local collection facilities. For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your
local authority for take-back of your used products.
„„ In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard of this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE
Forwarding all transmitted and received data to the administrator (document administration function)
This function is used to forward all data transmitted and received by the machine to a specified destination (Scan to E-mail address, Scan to FTP destination, Scan to Network
Folder destination, or Scan to Desktop destination).
This function can be used by the administrator of the machine to archive all transmitted and received data.
To configure the document administration settings, click [Application Settings] and then [Document Administration Function] in the [Settings mode] (Administrator-level access
privileges are required.)
• The format, exposure, and resolution settings of transmitted and received data remain in effect when the data is forwarded.
• When forwarding is enabled for data sent in fax mode,
• The [Direct TX] key does not appear in the touch panel.
• Quick online transmission and dialling using the speaker cannot be used.
Settings mode password
The administrator password is required to change the machine’s settings mode.
Settings mode can be changed from either the operation panel or using a computer
web browser. After setting up the machine, refer to [Settings mode] in the User's
Manual to set a new password.
Password for logging in from a computer
There are three accounts that can log in from a web browser: “Administrator”,
“System Administrator” and “User”. The factory default passwords for each account
are shown on the below. Logging in as an “Administrator” or “System Administrator”
will allow you to manage all the settings available via web browser.
The same passwords are used for logging in from the operation panel and from
a web browser. If the administrator changes a password, that password will be
effective when logging in from both the operational panel and a web browser.
(Cut along the dotted line and keep in a safe place.)
Account
users
users
Administrator
admin
admin
System Administrator
sysadmin
sysadmin
Please take care not to forget newly set administrator passwords.
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Password
User
MX-M365N/MX-M465N/MX-M565N
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