AGFA SR 24 iT Operator`s manual

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Micrographics and Document Systems
AGFA SR 24 iT
Operator's Manual
Digital Microfilm Scanner/Printer
AGFA/MDS/May 2002
AgfaSR24iT_OM_GB.pdf
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SAFETY INFORMATION
This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this
machine. To achieve optimum utility of this device, all operators should carefully read
and follow the instructions in this manual. Please keep this manual in a handy place
near the machine.
Please read the next section before using this device. It contains important information
related to user safety and preventing equipment problems.
Make sure you observe all of the precautions listed in this manual.
*Please note that some parts of the contents of this section may not correspond with the
purchased product.
Warning and Precaution Symbols
Ignoring this warning could cause serious injury or
even death.
Ignoring this caution could cause injury or damage
to property.
Meaning of Symbols
A triangle indicates a danger against which you should take
precaution.
This symbol warns against cause burns.
A diagonal line indicates a prohibited course of action.
This symbol warns against dismantling the device.
A black circle indicates an imperative course of action.
This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.
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• Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown
could result. If the product employs a laser, the laser beam source could
cause blindness.
• Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been fixed
to the product. Some products have a high-voltage part or a laser beam
source inside that could cause an electrical shock or blindness.
• Only use the power cord supplied in the package. If a power cord is not
supplied, only use the power cord and plug that is specified in POWER
CORD INSTRUCTION. Failure to use this cord could result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Use only the specified power source voltage. Failure to do that could
result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not use a multiple outlet adapter to connect any other appliances or
machines. Use of a power outlet for more than the marked current value
could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an electrical shock could result.
Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do this
could result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend, pull
on, or damage the power cord. Use of a damaged power cord (exposed
core wire, broken wire, etc.) could result in a fire or breakdown.
Should any of these conditions be found, immediately turn OFF the
power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then
call your authorized service representative.
• In principle, do not use an extension cord. Use of an extension cord
could cause a fire or electrical shock. Contact your authorized service
representative if an extension cord is required.
Do not place a flower vase or other container that contains water, or
metal clips or other small metallic objects on this product. Spilled water
or metallic objects dropped inside the product could result in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
Should a piece of metal, water, or any other similar foreign matter get
inside the product, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the
power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service
representative.
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• If this product becomes inordinately hot or emits smoke, or unusual odor
or noise, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord
from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative. If you keep on using it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
• If this product has been dropped or its cover damaged, immediately turn
OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and
then call your authorized service representative. If you keep on using it
as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot
toner may scatter and cause burns or other damage.
Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a
grounding terminal.
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• Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product, as a
fire could result.
• Do not leave a toner unit or drum unit in a place within easy reach of
children. Licking or ingesting any of these things could injure your
health.
• Do not let any object plug the ventilation holes of this product. Heat
could accumulate inside the product, resulting in a fire or malfunction.
• Do not install this product at a site that is exposed to direct sunlight, or
near an air conditioner or heating apparatus. The resultant temperature
changes inside the product could cause a malfunction, fire, or electrical
shock.
• Do not place the product in a dusty place, or a site exposed to soot or
steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a humidifier. A fire, electrical shock,
or breakdown could result.
• Do not place this product on an unstable or tilted bench, or in a location
subject to a lot of vibration and shock. It could drop or fall, causing personal injury or mechanical breakdown.
• After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit moves
or falls, it may cause personal injury.
• Do not store toner units and PC drum units near a floppy disk or watch
that are susceptible to magnetism. They could cause these products to
malfunction.
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which
may cause burns. When checking the inside of the unit for malfunctions
such as a paper misfeed, do not touch the locations (around the fusing
unit, etc.) which are indicated by a “CAUTION HOT” caution label.
Do not place any objects around the power plug as the power plug may
be difficult to pull out when an emergency occurs.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the machine and shall be easily
accessible as the power plug may be difficult to pull out when an emergency occurs.
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• Always use this product in a well ventilated location. Operating the
product in a poorly ventilated room for an extended period of time could
injure your health. Ventilate the room at regular intervals.
• Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power cord
and other cables. Failure to do this could damage the cord or cable,
resulting in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
• When moving this product, always hold it by the locations specified in
the operator’s manual or other documents. If the unit falls it may cause
severe personal injury. The product may also be damaged or malfunction.
• Remove the power plug from the outlet more than one time a year and
clean the area between the plug terminals. Dust that accumulates
between the plug terminals may cause a fire.
• When unplugging the power cord, be sure to hold onto the plug. Pulling
on the power cord could damage the cord, resulting in a fire or electrical
shock.
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Routine Precautions
• Do not store toner units, PC drum units, and other supplies and consumables in a place subject to direct sunlight and high temperature and
humidity, as poor image quality and malfunction could result.
• Do not attempt to replace the toner unit and PC drum unit in a place
exposed to direct sunlight. If the PC drum is exposed to intense light,
poor image quality could result.
• Do not unpack a toner unit or PC drum unit until the very time of use. Do
not leave an unpacked unit standing. Install it immediately or poor image
quality could result.
• Do not keep toner units and PC drum units in an upright position or
upside down, as poor image quality could result.
• Do not throw or drop a toner unit or PC drum unit as poor image quality
could result.
• Do not use this product in an area where ammonia or other gases or
chemicals are present. Failure to do so may shorten the service life of
the product, cause damage or decrease performance.
• Do not use this product in an environment with a temperature outside
the range specified in the operator’s manual, as a breakdown or malfunction could result.
• Do not attempt to feed stapled paper, carbon paper or aluminum foil
through this product, as a malfunction or fire could result.
Do not touch or scratch the surface of the toner unit developing roller and
the PC drum, as poor image quality could result.
Use the supplies and consumables recommended by the dealer. Use of
any supply or consumable not recommended could result in poor image
quality and breakdown.
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Welcome
Thank you for choosing AGFA's SR24iT Digital Microfilm Scanner
/Printer Our desire has always been to bring you highly reliable products that excell in quality.
We pledge to continue to provide you, with our state of-the-art products and services.
This operator’s manual explains how to operate the unit and replenish its supplies. It also gives
some troubleshooting tips as well as general precautions to be observed when operating the
unit.
To ensure the best performance and effective use of your unit, read this manual carefully until
you familiarize yourself thoroughly with the unit's operation and features.
Please keep this manual and use it as a quick and handy reference tool for immediately clarifying any questions that may arise.
Please follow the instructions given in this manual when handling the system and do not touch
any part of the system the manual does not cover.
NEVER attempt to disassemble or remodel the system.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
No part of this manual may be quoted, reproduced, or translated into any other language.
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Notes to Operators and Key Operators
The following safety rules should be observed:
[1] The unit should be kept free from moisture, dirt, dust and exposure to heat and direct sunlight at all times.
[2] Keep hands, hair and clothing away from rollers and other moving parts.
[3] Before removing the Projection Lamp Unit, confirm that the machine is turned “OFF”.
[4] Be sure that the proper voltage is used and that the machine is well grounded. The use of
electrical extension cords is strongly discouraged.
[5] For best performance, only authorized Minolta supplies are recommended for use with
this unit. Failure to use authorized Minolta supplies may cause damage to the unit, in
which case the warranty may be rendered void.
[6] Do not attempt to remove any Cover that is secured.
WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
The design and production of this unit conforms to FCC regulations, and any changes or
modifications must be registered with the FCC and are subject to FCC control. Any changes
made by the purchaser or user without first contacting the manufacturer will be subject to
penalty under FCC regulations.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Safety Information (SR24 iT Laser Printer)
Laser Safety
This printer is a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is no possibility of
danger from the laser, provided the printer is operated according to the instructions provided
in this manual.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the laser
beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
Internal Laser Radiation
Maximum Radiation Power: 8.8 ×10-4(W)
Wave Length: 770-810 (nm)
This is a Class IIIb Laser Diode Assy. that has an invisible laser beam. The print head unit is
NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under
any circumstances.
For United States
Laser Safety
This printer is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Service (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the printer does not produce hazardous
laser radiation.
CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations
apply to laser products manufactured from August 1. Compliance is mandatory for products
marketed in the United States. The label shown below indicates compliance with the CDRH
regulations and must be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
All other users
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments of performance or procedures other than those
specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 8.8 × 10-4W and
the wavelength is 770-810 nm.
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Safety Information (Laser Printer)
For Denmark
ADVARSEL: Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undgå udsttelse for stråling.
Klasse 1 laser produkt der opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
For Finland, Sweden
VAROITUS!: Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla
saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle.
VARNING: Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning specificerats,
kan använderen utsattasr för osynling laserstrålnig, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass
1.
VARO: Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina nakymattomalle lasersateilylle. Aja katso sateeseen.
VARNING: Osynlig laserstråining när denna del är öppnad och spärren är urkopplad. Betrakta ej stråien.
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Safety Information Laser Printer
For Norway
ADVARSEL: Dersum apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstråling som overskrider grensen for laser
klasse 1.
Dette er en halvleder laser. Maksimal effeckt til laserdiode er 8.8 × 10-4W og bolgelengde
er 770-810 nm.
WARNING LABEL
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Safety Information Laser Printer)
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)
During printer operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This amount is not large
enough to cause any adverse affects or harm. However, be sure the room where the machine
is being used has adequate ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if the machine is being used continuously over a long period.
WARNING LABEL
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Contents
Chapter 1
Safety Notes
1. Installation Precautions .......................................................... 1-2
Installation Site .................................................................. 1-2
Power Source ..................................................................... 1-2
Grounding .......................................................................... 1-2
Space Requirements ........................................................... 1-3
Operating Environment ...................................................... 1-5
Using the Printer ................................................................ 1-5
Care of Printer Supplies ..................................................... 1-5
2. Turning the Power On and Off .............................................. 1-6
Turning ON ........................................................................ 1-6
Turning OFF ...................................................................... 1-7
Chapter 2
Scanner
1. System Overview ................................................................... 2-2
System Configuration ........................................................ 2-3
2. Parts of the Scanner ............................................................... 2-4
3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators ........................................ 2-5
Control Panel (Basic) ......................................................... 2-5
Control Panel (Shift Function) ......................................... 2-11
When (Misfeed/Call-Tech.-Rep. Code) Lights up ........... 2-13
4. Image Processing Functions ................................................ 2-15
5. Printing/Scanning ................................................................ 2-17
6. Selecting a Projection Lens ................................................. 2-18
7. Replacing the Projection Lens ............................................. 2-19
8. Zooming and Focusing ........................................................ 2-20
Zooming of the Screen Image .......................................... 2-20
Focusing of the Screen Image .......................................... 2-20
9. Image Rotation ..................................................................... 2-21
Manual Rotation (standard): operate by hand .................. 2-21
Auto Image Rotation (option): Motor-driven .................. 2-21
10. Selecting the Film Type ..................................................... 2-22
Auto .................................................................................. 2-22
Nega (negative film) ........................................................ 2-22
Posi (positive film) ........................................................... 2-22
11. Selecting the Image Density .............................................. 2-23
Using Auto Exposure ....................................................... 2-23
Using Manual Exposure ................................................... 2-23
12. Setting the Number of Prints to be Made .......................... 2-24
To Entry the Number of Prints ......................................... 2-24
Correcting Entry ............................................................... 2-24
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13. Selecting the Output Format .............................................. 2-25
Selecting the paper source ............................................... 2-25
Selecting the print format ................................................. 2-26
14. Using Auto Masking .......................................................... 2-27
Selecting Auto Masking ................................................... 2-27
Operating Conditions for Auto Masking ......................... 2-27
15. Manual Masking Panels (Optional) ................................... 2-28
16. Using Manual Masking ...................................................... 2-29
Selecting Trimming ......................................................... 2-29
Defining the Print Area .................................................... 2-29
Clearing a Defined Print (Scan) Area .............................. 2-30
Selecting Masking ............................................................ 2-30
17. Using Centering and Fit ..................................................... 2-31
Centering .......................................................................... 2-31
Fit ..................................................................................... 2-31
18. Using the Cycle Print Mode .............................................. 2-32
Specifying the interval between scanning operations ...... 2-32
Operating in the Cycle Print Mode .................................. 2-33
19. Selecting the Connection Mode ......................................... 2-34
20. Selecting the Resolution .................................................... 2-35
21. Registering the Job Program .............................................. 2-36
22. Calling the Job Program .................................................... 2-37
23. Using the Electrical Zoom ................................................. 2-38
Zoom + ............................................................................. 2-38
Zoom - .............................................................................. 2-38
Clearing the Zoom magnification .................................... 2-39
24. Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen ........................... 2-40
25. Replacing the Projection Lamp ......................................... 2-41
Chapter 3
MSP 3000 Printer
1. Parts of the Printer ................................................................. 3-2
2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance ........................................ 3-4
Replenishing the Paper Supply .......................................... 3-4
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ........................................... 3-7
Clearing Misfeeds .............................................................. 3-9
Solving Irregular Printing Problems ................................ 3-12
Chapter 4
Miscellaneous
1. Specifications ......................................................................... 4-2
SR24 iT............................................................................. 4-2
SR24iT+ A3/A4 Laser Printer......................................... 4-3
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SR24 iT+ A4 Laser Printer .............................................. 4-4
2. Initial Settings List ................................................................. 4-5
3. System Care ........................................................................... 4-8
Cleaning the Scanner ......................................................... 4-8
Cleaning the A3/A4 Laser Printer ..................................... 4-9
For Key Operator’s Use ........................................................... 4-10
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Safety Notes
Chapter 1
1-1
Chapter 1
Safety Notes
This chapter provides precautions for use, a description of the operating environment and conditions as well as instructions on how to
turn the system ON and OFF.
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1. Installation Precautions
Safety Notes
Chapter 1
Installation Site
Placement of the unit in the environment described below will ensure optimal performance
throughout the long life of service for which it was designed.
! A well-ventilated place.
! An area which is free from ammonia or other organic gases.
! A place which has easy access to a power outlet so that the unit may be easily plugged in
and unplugged.
! Any area free from direct sunlight.
! A place which is out of the direct air stream of an air conditioner, heater or ventilator and
is not subject to extremely high or low temperatures or humidity.
! A stable location with a flat surface that is not subject to undue vibration.
! A place that is free from any object that would block the heat exhaust duct of the printer.
! A place away from curtains or anything else that is easily flammable.
! An area that is safe from spilled water or other liquids.
! A dust-free location.
NOTE
If the Scanner is to be located near a window, do not face the Screen towards the window.
Power Source
The power source voltage requirements are as follows:
! Use a power source with minimal voltage fluctuation.
Power Source:
50Hz-60Hz
Voltage fluctuation:
within ±10%
Frequently fluctuation:
within ±3%
! Be careful not to exceed the capacity of the outlet, especially when sourcing other
appliances from the same outlet.
! The outlet should be located near the unit and be easily accessible so that the power cord
can be unplugged immediately if necessary.
! NEVER connect any other appliances or machines by means of a multiple socket to the
outlet being used for the unit.
! If an extension cord is needed, use one with a capacity greater than the power
consumption of the unit.
! Make sure that the power cord and extension cord do not become caught in any
mechanism of the system. Do not allow either the power or extension cord to become
caught underneath the weight of the unit.
Grounding
To prevent electrical shocks caused by electrical leakage, always ground the printer.
! Connect the grounding wire to:
• The ground terminal of the outlet.
• A grounding contact that complies with the local electrical standards.
! NEVER connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, the grounding wire for a telephone, or
a water pipe.
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1. Installation Precautions
There should be a clearance of the following dimensions between the wall and the rear of the
unit as well as it’s right and left sides to provide ample space for the ventilation ports to dissipate heat.
100 mm
or 4"
716 mm or 28-1/4"
100 mm
100 mm
or 4" 503 mm or 19-3/4" or 4"
Safety Notes
SR24 iT Scanner
Chapter 1
Space Requirements
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1. Installation Precautions
For ease of operation, maintenance and replenishment of supplies, the minimum clearance diagrammed below is required. Install the unit in an area that allows easy access.
A3/A4 Laser Printer
Safety Notes
Chapter 1
A3/A4 Laser Printer
150mm
5-7/8"
150mm
5-7/8"
150mm
5-7/8"
A4 Laser Printer
544 mm (21-4/5")
394 mm (15-1/2")
700 mm (27-1/2")
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1. Installation Precautions
Operating Environment
10 °C to 35 °C (50 °F to 95 °F) with a fluctuation of 10 °C (18°F) per hour.
15% to 85% with a fluctuation of 20% per hour.
Using the Printer
To ensure the optimum performance of the printer, follow the precautions listed below:
!
!
!
!
NEVER open any Cover, or turn OFF the printer during printing.
NEVER bring any magnetized object or flammable gas or liquid close to the printer.
ALWAYS insert the Power Plug all the way into the outlet.
ALWAYS provide good ventilation when making a large number of continuous prints.
NOTE
= Locate the Printer in a Well Ventilated Room =
A minimal amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of the printer. An
unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive
printer operations.
For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the
room be will ventilated.
Care of Printer Supplies
Use the following precautions when handling the printer supplies (Imaging Cartridge, paper,
etc.).
! Avoid storing the supplies in any of the following places:
• A place subject to direct sunlight. The Imaging Cartridge should not be exposed to fluorescent light, either.
• A hot place or near an open flame.
• A humid place.
• A dusty place.
! Store paper, which has been removed from its wrapper but not loaded onto the print tray,
in a sealed plastic bag in a cool, dark place.
! Only use Imaging Cartridges that are exclusively designed for use with this printer.
! Keep supplies out of the reach of children.
! If your hands become soiled with toner, wash them with soap and water immediately.
NOTE
Whenever the Imaging Cartridge is removed from the printer, immediately wrap it in a
heavy cloth to protect it from light.
Safety Notes
Temperature:
Humidity:
Chapter 1
The environmental requirements for operating the system are as follows:
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2. Turning the Power On and Off
1
Press the Power Switch of the
scanner to the I (ON) position.
2
Press the Power Switch of the printer
to the I (ON) position.
3
The Control Panel displays a blinking
“1” and the machine starts to warm
up. The machine is ready to read data
when the “1” stops blinking.
Safety Notes
Chapter 1
Turning ON
A3/A4 Laser Printer
Useful Tips
If you load the film in the film carrier and
press the start button while the printer is
warming up, you can scan and memorize
the film image of about 9 pages (Letter or
A4 size/400dpi) into this system.
And then, printer allows that print process
to be started as soon as the printer
completes warming up.
At this time, both ends of Exposure
Display blink.
A4 Laser Printer
Darker
Auto
Lighter
If you want to disable this function, ask
your authorized Technical Representative
to make change the system setting.
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2. Turning the Power On and Off
Press the Power Switch of the
scanner to the O (OFF) position.
NOTE
The printer and scanner can be turned
ON and OFF at the same time by
employing a cord that is equipped with an
on/off switch saving both time and energy.
* Make sure that all cords used comply
with the specified ratings of the unit.
Auto Power Save and Auto
Projection Lamp OFF Functions
2
Press the Power Switch of the printer
to the O (OFF) position.
MSP 3000 Printer
A4 Laser Printer
This system provides two functions that
help to decrease power consumption: one is
the Auto Power Save function that automatically shuts down power to the printer heater; the other is the Auto Projection Lamp
OFF function that automatically turns OFF
the Projection Lamp of the scanner. Both are
activated when the system is left idle for a
given period of time.
These functions may be disabled or enabled.
When enabled, timing can be selected from
either 30 min. or 60 min.
When the system is in the Auto Power Save
mode, each outside segment of the MultiPrint Display LEDs light up sequentially,
clockwise.
* The default setting for the Auto Power
Save and Auto Projection Lamp OFF
functions is “Disabled.” Consult your
authorized dealer for more information.
Safety Notes
1
Chapter 1
Turning OFF
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Safety Notes
Chapter 1
Memo
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Chapter 2
Scanner
This chapter identifies different parts of the Scanner and explains its
operation.
Scanner
Chapter 2
2-1
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1. System Overview
SR24 iT Scanner
Projection Lens
Single Lens
Chapter 2
7.5×
Zoom Lens
Scanner
9-16×
• Prism Unit
• Manual Frame
Masking Kit
• Foot Switch Kit
Film Carriers
FC-5
RFC-9B
13-27×
23-50×
• Counter Kit
• PC Interface Kit
Auto-retrival Controller
MARS C-4
RFC-15A
MARS MINI 2
UC-2
RFC-15M
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1. System Overview
System Configuration
This Scanner is configured with both a Printer [video] & PC [SCSI] Interface.
Scanner
Chapter 2
Printer Mode (SR24iT + Choice of [2] Laser Printers)
The Scanner is connected to a dedicated printer, allowing scanned images to be printed out
directly.
NOTE
Each SR24iT is designed exclusively for use with its respective Printer. Contact your
authorized dealer if you are at all in doubt on how to connect the laser printer.
PC[SCSI] Interface Mode (SR24iT + Personal Computer)
The Scanner is connected to a personal computer and the scanned images can be uploaded to
the computer. An optional PC interface cable is required for connection to a personal computer.
Contact your authorized dealer for details.
Connection to a personal computer and printer can be switched using Control Panel.
Refer to "Selecting the Connection Mode" on Page 2-34.
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Scanner
Chapter 2
2. Parts of the SR24iT Scanner/Printer
Screen:
The image taken from the film is projected here for viewing. The frame on the Screen marks the data reading
range.
Control Panel:
Many operations are controlled from the keys and indicators provided here.
Image Rotation Knob: Used to turn the Prism Unit built into the Scanner, turning
the image on the Screen.
Projection Lens
(Optional):
Used to change the size and adjust the focus of the image
on the Screen.
Fiche Carrier 5
(Optional):
Supports the viewing of microfiche.
Projection Lamp Unit: Contains are Mirror and Lens which projects the film
image onto the Screen.
Connectors:
Provides connection points for the various options (Roll
Film Carrier and Controller).
Power Cord Socket:
Plug the power cord furnished with the Scanner into this
socket.
Power Switch:
Used to turn power to the unit ON and OFF.
Printer Connector:
Connects the scanner to the printer through an interface
cable.
SCSI Connector
Connects the scanner to the Personal Computer through a
SCSI cable. The PC Interface Cable Kit is required.
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Control Panel (Basic)
Output
Centering/Fit
Auto
Masking
Manual
Text
Fine
Photo
Print Mode
Auto
Nega
Posi
Film Type
Resolution
Job Recall
Darker
Zoom +
Auto
Zoom clr
Lighter
Zoom -
C
PC/PR
Start
Shift
Scanner
Correction
Chapter 2
Selection
Tray
Cassette1
Cassette2 Auto Skew
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Size Selection Key:
Select the paper feeding source according to the format of
the film image that is being reflected in the screen.
Chapter 2
:
when this lamp is lit:
A 90 degree image rotation is performed during
printing.
The image on the screen will be rotated 90 degrees. Consequently, the screen image will be
oriented horizontally on paper that is positioned lengthwise, and vertically on paper that
is positioned crosswise.
Scanner
when this lamp is blink:
The Auto Film Format Select Print function is
available when Letter (or A4) size paper is
placed in both lengthwise and crosswise positions in the paper feeding tray and paper feeding cassette. Paper that best suits the format of
the image on the screen will be used for printing.
If you would like to use this function, please
contact your authorized dealer.
Tray:
Prints the film image on paper fed from the
print tray.
Cassette1: Prints the film image on paper fed from the cassette 1.
Auto Skew Correction
Key:
This key is used to turn the Auto Skew Correction function
ON or OFF. When this function is applied, the Auto Skew
Correction indicator will turn on and the system will correct any skew of the image during printing.
* After printing, the skew can be reset or retained. Contact your authorized dealer for more information.
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Centering:
Places a screen image that had been searched using
Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed in
the center of the page.
Fit:
Enlarges a screen image that had been searched using
Auto masking or an image that has been trimmed to
fit the page.
*When Masking
is selected or when the Scanner is connected to the PC, this mode cannot be used.
Chapter 2
When this key is pressed, the setting rotates from OFF to
the Centering and Fit functions.
When Auto Masking, Trimming, or Masking are set to off,
Auto Masking will automatically be enabled when Centering is selected.
Scanner
Centering/Fit Key:
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Masking Key:
When pressed, this key rotates from OFF to the Auto,
Trimming or Masking functions.
Each time this key is pressed, selection is switched in order
of "OFF → Auto Masking → Manual Trimming → Manual Masking → OFF."
Chapter 2
Auto Masking:
The Auto Masking function will omit the frame
(non-image area) of a printed film image.
• The previous Centering/Fit setting is applied whenever
ON is selected from the OFF state.
• If OFF is selected from the ON state, Centering/Fit is
disabled.
Scanner
* Auto Masking is not applicable with the Masking or
Trimming settings.
Trimming:
When ON is selected, the image is printed (scanned)
with the non-image area (frame) automatically
masked.
Masking:
Prints only the image outside of the area that is defined on the Screen.
• If Trimming is selected from the OFF state, the previously entered settings for Centering/Fit and Manual
Masking are applied.
• From Trimming, when Masking is selected, the
Centering/Fit setting is disabled and the previous settings for the Masking area are applied.
• The manual masking area will be cancelled whenever
OFF is selected from the Masking state.
* Neither Trimming nor Masking are available through
the Auto Masking function.
* Trimming and Masking cannot be set when the Scanner
is connected to the PC.
Print Mode Key:
Allows you to fine tune the image quality of the print according to the original being used. Rotate between Text,
Fine and Photo with every press of this key.
1) Text: For use with text images.
2) Fine: For use with lower grades of film.
3) Photo: For use with photo images.
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Film Type Key:
Rotates between Auto, Nega, and Posi each time the key is
pressed.
1) Auto: The scanner automatically determines between
the film type options of negative or positive for
print production.
Exposure Adjustment
Keys:
Use this key to adjust the image density of the image to be
printed during the Auto or Manual Exposure mode. The
Darker key supports darker image density and the Lighter
key supports lighter image density.
Exposure Mode Key:
Press to select between the Auto or Manual Exposure
mode.
Exposure Display:
Indicates the current density level of the printed image.
Exposure Mode Indicator:
Auto Exposure mode is indicated when the green Auto
light is on. The green Auto light turns off when the Scanner
is in the Manual Exposure mode.
Multi-Print Display:
Shows the number of prints set to be made. Also displays
corresponding codes in the event of a malfunction or paper
misfeed. The blinking number in this display indicates the
Scanner in operation.
Add Toner Indicator:
Blinks when the Imaging Cartridge or Toner Cartridge of
the Printer is running out of toner and lights up when the
cartridge has completely run out of toner.
* Laser Printer mode only.
Scanner
3) Posi: Select when using positive film. Dark and light
values of the print will be consistent with the image on film.
Chapter 2
2) Nega: Select when using negative film. Dark and light
values of the print will be reversed.
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Memory Input Key:
To store one of the following functions into the memory of
the Scanner, first set one of the functions on Control Panel
and then press this button with the head of a pen or other
device. The next time the scanner is turned ON, that function will appear as a default setting until a new one is entered. (Maximum three kind of setting can be memorized.)
Chapter 2
1) Negative or positive
2) Print mode
3) Output Format
4) Print image density
Scanner
5) Exposure mode
6) Centering or Fit
7) Masking
8) Auto Skew Correction
9) Horizontal Area setting
10) Vertical Area setting
11) Electrical Zoom
12) Resolution
NOTE
If you do not press the pinhole for at least 60 seconds
after a setting has been made with the Auto Reset
function set to ON, the previous setting remains valid.
Clear/Stop Key:
Press to clear the setting on the Multi-Print Display, resetting it to “1” or to stop a multi-print cycle.
Multi-Print Keys:
This key is used to set the number of prints when printing
continuous, multiple pages.
The value of this setting increases by one (1, 2, 3...) with
every push of the key. (Maximum 19)
* Laser Printer mode only.
Start Key:
Press to make a print (scan) of the image shown on the
Screen.
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3. Control Panel Keys and Indicators
Control Panel (Shift Function)
Output
Selection
Tray
Cassette1
Cassette2 Auto Skew
Auto
Masking
Manual
Text
Fine
Photo
Print Mode
Auto
Nega
Posi
Film Type
Resolution
Job Recall
Darker
Zoom +
Auto
Zoom clr
Lighter
Zoom -
C
PC/PR
Start
Shift
Scanner
Centering/Fit
Chapter 2
Correction
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When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
illumination of the screen is adjusted. When this key is
continuously pressed, the screen is gradually darkened until it is turned OFF. When any key is pressed then, the illumination returns to the maximum level.
Resolution Key:
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
resolution of the Scanner is set.
When the Scanner is connected to the Printer: 4H and 6H
When the Scanner is connected to the PC: 2H, 3H, 4H, 6H
and 8H
* 4H represents 400dpi and 6H represents 600dpi.
Job Recall Key:
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
program registration locations (1J, 2J and 3J) are called.
Each time this key is pressed while the Shift Key is held
down, the display is switched in order of 1J → 2J → 3J.
Zoom Key:
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
electrical zoom magnification is set.
Zoom+: When this key is pressed together with the Shift
Key, the magnification is increased by an increment of 0.01X (up to 2.00X).
Zoom clr: When this key is held down together with the
Shift Key for one second, the standard magnification is resumed.
Zoom-: When this key is pressed together with the Shift
Key, the magnification is decreased by a decrement of 0.01X (down to 0.50X).
Shift Key:
Executes an expansion function when being pressed together with the intended function key.
PC/PR Key:
When this key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the
connection to the PC or to the Printer is selected.
* This key is not valid unless the PC interface cable is
connected to the PC [Optional].
Scanner
Chapter 2
Lamp Illuminance Key:
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When (Misfeed/Call-Tech.-Rep. Code) Lights up
This indicates that a paper misfeed or malfunction has occurred in the system. Check the code
shown on the Multi-Print Display and perform the misfeed clearing procedure or the Call
your Technical Department.
The Projection Lamp is burned out. Replace the lamp.
☞ See p. 2-32.
* If the lamp goes out during a print cycle, a blank print may
be output.
The power to the printer is off or there is a problem with the
connection of the interface cable to the printer. Turn on the
printer or make sure that the interface cable is securely connected.
The upper cover of the printer is not closed. Make sure that it
is completely closed.
The printer is out of paper. Load some paper into the paper
cassette. ☞ See p. 3-4.
The Scanner is connected to the PC and ready for scanning by
pressing the Start Key. This display is blinking when the Scanner is in operation.
The Scanner is not connected to the PC. Turn ON the PC or
connect the Scanner to the PC with the interface cable.
Misfeed Clearing Procedure
Locate the misfeed using the code and perform the misfeed clearing procedure.
Code
Description
The wrong size paper has been loaded in the Paper Feeding
Tray. Load A4 (8.5"×11") . This code also appears when two
or more sheets of paper are taken up at the same time.
A misfeed near the paper take-up section.
A misfeed near the Imaging Cartridge.
A misfeed near the Fusing Unit
Scanner
Description
Code
Chapter 2
Malfunctions Procedure
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Call-Tech.Rep.Procedure
A malfunction has occurred in the system.
Location
Code
Description
Chapter 2
Optical path switching failure
Scanner
A Scanning malfunction
A Fan Motor malfunction
Scanner
A Fusing Unit malfunction
An Laser malfunction
Printer
A Polygon Motor malfunction
A Main Drive Motor malfunction
A Fan Motor malfunction
Scanner
Printer
Scanner
PC
A Communication malfunction (Printer)
A Printer Clock malfunction
A Communication malfunction (PC)
NOTE
After turning the power to the system OFF and unplugging its power cord from the
electrical outlet, contact your Technical Department or Authorised Dealer
with the currently displayed code (Above code).
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4. Image Processing Functions
Description
Auto Masking (1 Frame)
The system masks the black bands that run along the
edges of the image.
Trimming (1 Frame)
The system masks everything but the center of the image.
* The Manual Frame Masking Kit (option) is required.
Masking (1 Frame)
The system masks the center of the image appearing on
the screen through the Manual Frame Masking Panel
function.
* The Manual Frame Masking Kit (option) is required.
Auto Centering
The system generates an image that is centered on the
printed page, from an image on the screen with a
masked frame.
Fit
Fit the image on the Screen onto the entire surface of
the print.
Auto Skew Correction
The machine automatically correct any skew of the image when printed.
Chapter 2
Print Image
Scanner
Screen Image
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4. Image Processing Functions
Screen Image
Print Image
Description
The machine automatically determines the format
(portrait or landscape) of the image on the Screen and
prints it as necessary.
If you would like to use this function, please contact
your authorized Technical Representative.
Image Zoom
The system magnifies the screen image according to
the size of paper being used. The range of magnification is 1.55x for Ledger, 1.27x for Legal, 1.41x for A3
and 1.22x for B4 sized paper.
* This function is only available when the A3/A4
Laser Printer is connected.
Imprint
Time, date, and messages can be included on printout.
If you would like to use this function, please contact
your authorized Technical Representative.
Scanner
Chapter 2
Auto Film Format Select Print
1234ABCD January 1, 2001
1234ABCD January 1, 2001
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5. Printing/Scanning
Here is an outline of the printing procedure:
1. Load the film
The procedure for loading film is determined by the type of Film Carrier (optional)
that is being used. Review the Operator’s Manual that came with your Film Carrier
for more information.
3. Select the Connection Mode ☞ See page 2-34
Select either PC connection mode or PR connection mode.
4. Zooming, focusing and image rotation ☞ See page 2-20, 2-21.
Use the Zooming Ring Dial to frame a desired range of the image on the screen for
printing.
Use the Focus Ring Dial to sharpen the clarity of the image on the screen.
Use the Image Rotation Knob to orient the image on the screen.
* Press the Auto Skew Correction key to have the skew of the image automatically
corrected.
5. Select either negative or positive printing ☞ See page 2-22.
Select between negative or positive printing according to the type of film that is being
used.
6. Select the image density ☞ See page 2-23.
Use Auto Exposure to automatically determine the optimum image density for the
application.
The image density can also be set manually by using the Exposure Adjustment keys
(Darker or Lighter).
7. Enter the number of prints to be made ☞ See page 2-24.
Using the Multi-Print keys, enter the number of prints to be made.
8. Selecting the Output Format ☞ See page 2-25.
Using the Output selection key, set the paper source and print format setting.
9. If required, adjust the image processing functions.
Auto Masking ☞ See page 2-27.
Manual Masking (Masking or Trimming) ☞ See page 2-29.
Image Centering or Fit ☞ See page 2-31.
10. Press the Start key.
Start
The printing or scanning of the image appearing on the screen is
initiated after the Start key is pressed.
Scanner
Select the appropriate lens for the type of film being used and install it in the Scanner.
Chapter 2
2. Select and replace the Lens ☞ See page 2-18, 2-19.
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6. Selecting a Projection Lens
Projection Lenses come in the following four types. Select the one that corresponds to the film
being used.
Projection Lens Types
Type 1: 7.5×
Type 1: 9 to 16×
Type 2: 13 to 27×
Chapter 2
Type 3: 23 to 50×
35mm
Scanner
Scanning Size
A4 (8.5"×11")
Film
Half
Full
16mm
Half
Full
60
Source
Document
98
or
325
420
63
70
COM
80
or
84
or
120
or
208
270
This list shows the standard types of film and the recommended zoom ratios of lenses to be
used with the machine. The size and format of one frame of film may vary depending on the
shooting conditions.
Zoom the lens in and out to find the optimum ratio that will fit the scanning size.
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7. Replacing the Projection Lens
Take hold of the Prism Holder Lever
and pull it up to raise the Prism
Holder.
4
Pull out the Brightness Select Lever
and slide it to a position appropriate
for the type of the Projection Lens
loaded in the machine.
The lever should click into position.
NOTE
Brightness on the Screen is uneven it the
Brightness Select Lever is not placed in a
position corresponding to the type of the
Projection Lens being used. Be sure to
place the Lever into the correct position
according to the type of Projection Lens.
2
Pull out the Lens Unit.
3
Slide the Lens Unit into the machine
along the Lens Guide.
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
TYPE 3
Scanner
1
Chapter 2
To install a Lens with a magnification different from that already installed in the machine,
follow the procedure given below.
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8. Zooming and Focusing
Zooming of the Screen Image
Rotate the Zooming Ring Dial to
bring the image on the Screen into
print size frame.
2
Marked on the Screen are the size
frame markers corresponding to the
paper size A4 (8.5"× 11").
Zoom the film image so that it fits
inside the markers.
Scanner
Chapter 2
1
A4 (8.5" × 11")
Width
A4 (8.5" × 11")
Height
Focusing of the Screen Image
Rotate the Focusing Ring Dial to bring the
image on the Screen into focus.
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9. Image Rotation
To turn the image on the Screen, turn the Image Rotation Knob.
Turn the Image Rotation Knob on the bottom right of the Screen Frame to turn the
image.
The greater the turning angle of the Image
Rotation Knob, the faster the turning speed.
Auto Skew Correction
If the Auto Skew Correction Key is turned
ON, the system will automatically correct
any skew of the image when printed.
Scanner
Correction
Chapter 2
Auto Image Rotation:
NOTE
This function supports angle rotations of
up to 30°.
When the Image Rotation Knob is turned
while holding down the Shift Key, the image
quickly rotates by 90°.
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10. Selecting the Film Type
Auto
1
Posi (positive film)
The system will automatically
determine the polarity of the film
being used when Auto is selected
with the Film Type key.
Nega/Posi
Scanner
Chapter 2
Auto
Nega
Posi
Film Type
NOTE
• The system cannot determine the
polarity of certain types of film. Should
this occur, the film type should be
selected manually.
• The system does not detect exterior
conditions such as when the glass
surface of the Carrier is dirty or
scratched.
Nega (negative film)
1
If negative film is to be used, press
the Film Type Key to select Nega.
Nega
Auto
Nega
Posi
Film Type
1
If positive film is to be used, press the
Film Type Key to select Posi.
Posi
Auto
Nega
Posi
Film Type
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11. Selecting the Image Density
2
Depress the Exposure Mode Select
Button as necessary to select the Auto
Exposure Mode.
The LED to the left of the key lights
up green when the Auto Exposure
mode is selected.
1
Depress the Exposure Mode Select
Button as necessary to select the
Manual Exposure mode.
The LED to the left of the key lights
down green when the Auto Exposure
mode is selected.
Darker
Darker
Auto
Auto
Lighter
Lighter
Depress the appropriate Exposure
Adjustment Button, either LIGHTER
or DARKER, to set the desired image
density, or exposure, level.
2
Depress the appropriate Exposure
Adjustment Button, either LIGHTER
or DARKER, to set the desired image
density, or exposure, level.
Depress LIGHTER to make the
image lighter.
Depress LIGHTER to make the
image lighter.
Depress DARKER to make the image
darker.
Depress DARKER to make the image
darker.
When the LIGHTER and DARKER
keys are depressed at once, the
exposure level comes at the center.
When the LIGHTER and DARKER
keys are depressed at once, the
exposure level comes at the center.
Darker
Darker
Auto
Auto
Lighter
Lighter
Chapter 2
1
Using Manual Exposure
Scanner
Using Auto Exposure
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12. Setting the Number of Prints to be Made
To Entry the Number of Prints
Set the desired number using the Multi-Print Key.
Scanner
Chapter 2
NOTE
This function is only available when using the Printer mode.
The number that can be entered is 19 max.
Correcting Entry
To correct an entry, depress the Clean Button, which resets the number on the Multi-Print Display to “1”.
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13. Selecting the Output Format
Press the Output Selection Key to select the paper source and print format.
Output
Selection
Tray
Chapter 2
Cassette1
Cassette2
Selecting the paper source
Tray:
Prints the film image on paper from the print tray.
Scanner
Cassette 1: Prints the film image on paper from the cassette 1.
Cassette 2: Prints the film image on paper from the cassette 2.
(When the Tray and Cassette 1 indicators are both lit.)
The standard magnification is fixed according to the selected size of the paper from the paper
feeder.
Paper size
A3
B4
A4
B5
Ledger
Legal
Letter
Standard
magnification
1.41x
1.22x
1.00x
1.00x
1.55x
1.27x
1.00x
For A3, B4, Ledger and Legal, zoom is made by the above standard magnification and
printed within the on-screen range A4 ( 8.5” x 11”).
A4
A4
Letter
Letter
1.41X
1.22X
1.55X
1.27X
Legal
B4
A3
Ledger
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13. Selecting the Output Format
Selecting the print format
Display
Paper Feeding
Light OFF
Lengthwise
Prints the on-screen lengthwise area.
Crosswise
Prints the on-screen crosswise area.
Lengthwise
Prints the on-screen crosswise area.
Crosswise
Prints the on-screen lengthwise area.
Scanner
Chapter 2
Light ON
Blinking
Description
Lengthwise
Crosswise
Prints the on-screen image by automatically
judging whether it is lengthwise or crosswise.
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14. Using Auto Masking
The Auto Masking function prevents the frame (non-image area) of a film image from appearing on the print.
Selecting Auto Masking
Auto
Masking
Manual
Operating Conditions for Auto Masking
A. The image area of the screen must provide at least 45mm horizontally and vertically.
B. The width of the frame to be masked must be at least 10mm.
A
B
A
B
B
B
NOTE
If the film image on the screen does not meet the above requirements, the Auto Masking
function will not work properly.
Auto Masking is a frame erasing feature. It cannot remove an image from in between two
separate frames.
A B
A
C
Chapter 2
Press the Auto Masking key to turn ON this function.
Scanner
1
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Scanner
Chapter 2
15. Manual Masking Panels (Optional)
Vertical Area Indication
Panel:
Use to specify the vertical print/scan area of the image on
the screen. There are 42 lights placed at 7mm intervals.
The lights create a pattern when lit specifying the area on
the screen that will be printed.
Vertical Area Clear Key: Press to clear a previously specified vertical print/scan
area.
Horizontal Area Indication Panel:
Use to specify the horizontal print/scan area of the image
on the screen. There are 42 lights placed at 7mm intervals.
The lights create a pattern when lit specifying the area on
the screen that will be printed.
Horizontal Area Clear
Key:
Press to clear a previously specified horizontal print/scan
area.
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16. Using Manual Masking
The optional Manual Frame Masking Kit allows you to specify an area for printing of the displayed image through two separate features, Trimming and Masking.
1
Press the (manual) Masking key to
select
(Trimming).
Auto
Defining the Print Area
1
Define the end points for both the
vertical and horizontal areas of the
image on the screen using the green
lights on the area indication panels.
Masking
2
ON
Scanner
Manual
The lights on the panel light up
according to the currently selected
paper size and print position.
A4
(8.5 x 11")
ON
NOTE
It is possible to print the area specified by
the green lights.
Chapter 2
Selecting Trimming
NOTE
The points defining the vertical and
horizontal area can be selected in any
order.
Blinking lights on the indication panels
indicate an improper entry of the specified
area. Specify the area again.
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16. Using Manual Masking
Clearing a Defined Print/Scan Area
Press the Vertical and Horizontal Area Clear keys to clear the defined print/scan area.
1: Horizontal Area Clear Key
2: Vertical Area Clear Key
Scanner
Chapter 2
1
Selecting Masking
Press the (manual) Masking key to select
of the image.
(Masking) when you want to mask a given area
The basic operation for manual Masking is similar to Trimming. Please refer to the previous
procedures on Trimming and defining areas for instructions on performing manual Masking.
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17. Using Centering and Fit
Once the image on the Screen has been either “manually trimmed” or “auto masked”, the Image Centering function moves the image to the center of the print. The Fit function however,
fits the image on the Screen onto the entire surface of the print.
Screen Image
Print Image
Centering: ON
Fit: OFF
Fit: ON
Centering
Fit
Centering
1
Fit
Press the Centering/Fit key to turn
ON Centering and then press the Start
key.
Centering/Fit
NOTE
Centering/Fit mode cannot be used if
(Masking) is selected.
1
Press the Centering/Fit key to turn
ON Fit and then press the Start key.
Centering/Fit
NOTE
Fit mode cannot be used when the
Scanner is connected to the PC.
Scanner
Chapter 2
Centering: OFF
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18. Using the Cycle Print Mode
This function automatically scans the next image following a preset period of time. Images
are manually loaded onto the Carrier Glass in between cycles.
Specifying the interval between scanning operations
1
Press the Multi-Print Key to change the value to “A”. This enables the Cycle Print
Mode. Press the Multi-Print Key to set the interval of time between scan operations.
(Refer to the diagram below).
Scanner
Chapter 2
This is a system setting that must be entered by an authorized dealer.
If you want to use the Cycle Print Mode, ask your Tech. Rep. to make the necessary system
setting. Then you can perform the following operations.
* This function is only available when using the Printer mode.
Memory Input Key
2
Press the Memory Input key to store the currently selected interval setting of the Cycle
Print Mode into the memory.
Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Period (sec.)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
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18. Using the Cycle Print Mode
Operating in the Cycle Print Mode
1
After entering the Cycle Print Mode,
press the Start key to start.
While the pause function is enabled,
it is possible to exit the Cycle Print
Mode by pressing the Clear key a
second time (the value displayed in
the “No. of Copies” display will
change to a “1”.)
NOTE
• After the first scanning operation has
finished, the system will automatically
scan the next image following a preset
period of time. The system will continue
to operate until the Cycle Print Mode is
canceled.
• The “No. of Copies” value flashes
during the “scanning” and “waiting”
operations.
• The next scanning job can be started
manually by pressing the Start key
before the system automatically initiates
the same job.
2
To pause an operation during the
Cycle Print Mode, press the Clear key
(the “No. of Copies” value will
switch from a blinking display to a
constant display).
Scanner
Chapter 2
Start
3
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19. Selecting the Connection Mode
The Scanner can be switched between Printer mode and PC modes if connected
to a PC).
* For the connection to the PC, the optional interface cable kit is required.
Hold down the Shift Key and the PC/PR Key together for over one second.
Scanner
Chapter 2
1
PC/PR
Shift
PC mode:
When the display is switched from Multi-Print to PC, connection
to the PC is valid.
PR mode:
When the display is switched from PC to Multi-Print, connection
to the Printer is valid.
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20. Selecting the Resolution
The resolution for scanning or printing can be selected.
1
Press the Shift Key and the Resolution Key together. The present resolution is
displayed.
Resolusion
Shift
Press the Resolution Key while holding down the Shift Key to set the resolution.
Connection mode
PR mode
PC mode
Resolution
Display
400 dpi
4H
600 dpi
6H
200 dpi
2H
300 dpi
3H
400 dpi
4H
600 dpi
6H
800 dpi
8H
Scanner
2
Chapter 2
Print Mode
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21. Registering the Job Program
The present setting state can be registered in up to 3 program registration locations (1J, 2J
and 3J).
Chapter 2
1
Press the Memory Input Key in the Setting mode. 1J starts blinking.
Scanner
Memory Input Key
To change the program registration location, press the Multi-Print Key. The display is
switched in order of 1J → 2J → 3J →1J.
2
Select the program registration location (1J, 2J or 3J), and press the Memory Input Key
again.
3
When all LEDs on the control panel light up and then the normal display is resumed,
the program registration is over.
The program can be registered up to 3 programs for the Printer connection and up to 3 programs
for the PC connection.
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22. Calling the Job Program
The registered Job program can be called.
Press the Shift Key and the Job Recall Key together.
Job Recall
2
Each time the Job Recall Key is pressed while the Shift Key is held down, the display
is switched in order of 1J → 2J → 3J.
3
When the desired setting is displayed, unhand the keys.
Chapter 2
Shift
Scanner
1
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23. Using the Electrical Zoom
In addition to the zooming by the Lens, the Electrical Zoom function has been provided for
magnifying the image when it is printed.
Zoom +
Chapter 2
When the Zoom+ key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is increased
by an increment of 0.01X (up to 2.00X).
Zoom +
Scanner
Shift
Zoom When the Zoom- key is pressed together with the Shift Key, the magnification is decreased
by a decrement of 0.01X (down to 0.50X).
Shift
Zoom -
NOTE
The Zoom magnification is displayed in the Multi-Print Display to 2 decimal places.
The Zoom magnification level is displayed in the Exposure Display.
Example: When the magnification is 0.50x, it is displayed as 50. When the magnification is
1.50x, it is displayed as 50 also.
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23. Using the Electrical Zoom
Clearing the Zoom magnification
Zoom clr
Shift
The standard magnification is fixed according to the selected paper size.
Paper size
A3
B4
A4
B5
Ledger
Legal
Letter
Standard
magnification
1.41x
1.22x
1.00x
1.00x
1.55x
1.27x
1.00x
NOTE
When the Zoom magnification is changed, the display is made in the Multi-Print Display as
follows.
When it is returned to the standard magnification, this display goes off.
When the Zoom function is used, the Multi-Print can be set only up to 9.
Scanner
Chapter 2
When the Zoom clr key is held down together with the Shift Key for over one second, the
standard magnification is resumed.
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24. Adjusting the Illumination of the Screen
The illumination of the screen can be adjusted.
Scanner
Chapter 2
1
Hold down the Shift Key and the Illumination Key together to adjust the illumination
of the screen.
Shift
The screen is gradually darkened until it is turned OFF. When any key is pressed, the illumination returns to the maximum level.
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25. Replacing the Projection Lamp
CAUTION
Do not touch with bare hand and extremely hot Projection Lamp immediately after the
machine has been turned OFF.
1
Place the Power Switch in the OFF
position and slide the Projection Unit
out of the machine.
2
Remove the Projection Lamp from
the Lamp Holder.
3
Remove the Projection Lamp from
the Lamp Socket.
Scanner
If the Projection Lamp should burn out during a print operation, an L2 code will appear and
the print job will stop (a blank piece of paper may be output depending upon the stage of the
job). Once the system detects that the Projection Lamp has burnt out, the scan job will be
cancelled. If the system is operating in the Cycle Print Mode, the scanning operation will
stop.
Chapter 2
Use the following procedure to replace the Projection Lamp whenever a reduction in brightness on the screen is detected or whenever the lamp burns out. Make sure that the replacement lamp is specified for use with this scanner.
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25. Replacing the Projection Lamp
Insert a new Projection Lamp so that
the mark on its base is facing
upwards. Make sure that the new
Projection Lamp is inserted securely
so that there is no gap between the
Projection Lamp and the Lamp
Socket.
6
Slide the Projection Unit back into
the machine.
NOTE
If the Projection Unit is not properly
installed, power will not be supplied and
the machine will not operate.
NOTE
Do not touch the reflector mirror surface
of the Projection Lamp. Fingerprints,
smudges or debris should be wiped clean
with a soft, dry cloth.
Scanner
Chapter 2
4
Mark
7
5
Insert the new Projection Lamp all
the way into the Lamp Holder.
Turn the Power Switch ON.
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A3/A4 Laser Printer
This chapter identifies the different parts of the system and explains
the laser printer’s operational procedures.
A3/A4 Printerer
Chapter 3
Chapter 3
3-1
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A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
1. Parts of the Printer
Upper Unit Lock
Release Lever:
Use to open the Upper Unit.
Power Indicator:
Light indicates when the Printer is turned ON.
Print Tray:
Prints are output from the Printer, face down onto this tray
which can hold up to 500 sheets of standard paper.
Paper Guides:
Slide the guides to secure the paper stack.
Paper Feeding Tray:
(Tray)
Capable of holding up to 150 sheets of A4 (8.5" × 11")
paper.
Cassette 1:
Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size paper.
(A4, A3, B4 or 8.5" × 11", 11" × 17", 8.5" × 14" )
Cassette 2:
(option)
Capable of holding up to 250 sheets of standard-size paper.
(A4, A3, B4 or 8.5" × 11", 11" × 17", 8.5" × 14")
Power Switch:
Use to turn the Printer ON and OFF.
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A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
1. Parts of the Printer
Upper Unit:
Open to replace the Imaging Cartridge and to clear misfed
sheets of paper.
Image Transfer
Roller:
Transfers the image onto the sheet of paper. Be careful to
avoid touching it with your bare hands.
Fusing Unit:
Permanently fixes the image onto the sheet of paper.
Interface Connectors: Facilitates connections for the Scanner.
* The Printer has two connectors to facilitate connection
with two separate Scanner units.
Imaging Cartridge:
Where the image is generated for transfer onto the sheet of
paper. Be careful to avoid touching it with your bare hands.
Seal:
Remove the seal before installing the new cartridge.
Power Cord Socket:
The power cord is plugged into this socket.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Replenishing the Paper Supply
Use only the following types of paper:
Type
Plain and recycled paper weight (60 to 90 g/m2 or 16 to 24 lbs.)
Size
Standard sizes: A3, B4, A4 (11" × 17", 8.5" × 11", 8.5" × 14")
A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
Capacity Paper Feeding Tray:
A4 or 8.5" × 11" plain and recycled paper
Up to 150 sheets
Paper Cassette:
A3,B4, A4 or 8.5" × 11", 11" × 8.5", 8-1/2" × 14", 11" × 17"
plain and recycled paper
Up to 250 sheets
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Loading Paper into the Paper Feeding Tray (Tray)
Swing down the Paper Feeding Tray.
2
Fan the paper stack thoroughly and
align the edges.
NOTE
• Make sure that the paper stack does not
exceed the Maximum Level Indicator.
• Load a new paper stack only after the
old one has run out.
Close the Paper Feeding Tray.
A3/A4 Printer
4
Chapter 3
1
3
Load the paper stack face up in the
tray and adjust the Paper Guides to
secure the paper stack.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette
1
Pull the cassette out of the Printer and
open the Cover.
NOTE
• Make sure that the paper stack does not
exceed the Maximum Level Indicator.
• Load a new paper stack only after the
old one has run out.
2
Press down the Paper Lifting Plate
until it locks. Fan the paper stack
thoroughly, align the edges, and place
the paper in the cassette.
3
Secure the paper stack in the Paper
Cassette with the Paper Guides.
A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
4
Close the Cover and insert the
cassette into the Printer.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Open the upper unit by pulling the
Upper Unit Lock Release Lever
forward.
4
Remove the seal from the Imaging
Cartridge by pulling it steadily
straight out.
2
Remove the old Imaging Cartridge
from the printer.
5
Shake the Imaging Cartridge four or
five more times as shown to evenly
distribute the toner inside.
3
Take a new Imaging Cartridge out of
the box. Holding it with both hands,
shake it well in the directions
indicated by the arrows.
6
Slide the pins located on both sides of
the Imaging Cartridge into the
grooves of the printer as shown and
gently push the Imaging Cartridge
securely into place.
A3/A4 Printer
1
Chapter 3
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
7
Close the Upper Unit.
NOTE
Push the Print Tray in before opening the
Upper Unit.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Clearing Misfeeds
• If the Misfeed Code (P0) lights up:
The Paper Feeding Tray is loaded with paper other than A4 or (8.5"×11").
Load A4 or (8.5"×11") paper in the tray and open and close the Upper Unit.
• If the Misfeed Code (P1, P2, or P3) lights up:
A misfeed has occurred in the Printer. Clear the sheet of misfed paper by following the
procedure given below.
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Feeding Tray
Open the Upper Unit by pulling the
Upper Unit Lock Release Lever
forward.
3
Remove the sheet(s) of paper that
caused the misfeed from the Paper
Feeding Tray.
4
Check that no misfed paper is left in
the Printer and then reinstall the
Imaging Cartridge.
5
Close the Upper Unit.
A3/A4 Printer
1
Chapter 3
CAUTION
The Fusing Unit inside the printer becomes very hot during operation. To avoid a burn, be
very careful not to touch it until it is cool.
NOTE
Push the Print Tray in before opening the
Upper Unit.
2
Remove the Imaging Cartridge.
NOTE
Be sure to cover the Imaging Cartridge
with a heavy cloth to protect it from light
when it is removed from the Printer.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Clearing a Misfeed from the Paper Cassette
Open the Upper Unit by pulling the
Upper Unit Lock Release Lever
forward.
Chapter 3
1
A3/A4 Printer
NOTE
Push the Print Tray in before opening the
Upper Unit.
2
3
Remove the sheet(s) of paper that
caused the misfeed as shown.
4
Check that no misfed paper is left in
the Printer and then reinstall the
Imaging Cartridge.
5
Close the Upper Unit.
Remove the Imaging Cartridge.
NOTE
Be sure to cover the Imaging Cartridge
with a heavy cloth to protect it from light
when it is removed from the Printer.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Clearing a Misfeed from inside the Printer
NOTE
Push the Print Tray in before opening the
Upper Unit.
2
Remove the Imaging Cartridge.
4
If the misfeed occurred after the sheet
of paper entered the Fusing Unit,
gently pull the misfed sheet toward
you and out as shown.
NOTE
• Since the toner has not yet been fixed
onto the sheet of paper, be careful not to
soil your hands or clothes when pulling
out the misfed sheet.
• Do not remove the misfeed by pulling on
the sheet of paper toward the output end
of the Fusing Unit as shown.
NOTE
Be sure to cover the Imaging Cartridge
with a heavy cloth to protect it from light
when it is removed from the Printer.
3
If the misfeed occurred before the
sheet of paper entered the Fusing
Unit, gently pull the misfed sheet up
and out as shown.
5
Reinstall the Imaging Unit and close
the Upper Unit.
Chapter 3
Open the Upper Unit by pulling the
Upper Unit Lock Release Lever
forward.
A3/A4 Printer
1
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Solving Printing Problems
Use the following procedures to fix minor printing problems. If print quality does not improve
after implementing the procedures below, contact your authorized dealer.
Symptom
Dark image
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
ABCD E F
Partial void image
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A3/A4 Printer
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
Chapter 3
Light image
Cause
Action
Print density is not properly Change the print density
set.
setting as necessary.
Toner in the Imaging Car- Replace the Imaging Cartridge is running out.
tridge with a new one.
Print density is not properly Change the print density
set.
setting as necessary.
The paper in the tray is Replace the damp paper
damp.
with fresh, dry paper.
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2. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
A B CD E F
Blank print
Action
Toner in the Imaging Car- Remove the Imaging Cartridge is not evenly distrib- tridge, shake it several
uted.
times and replace.
The Printer has malfunc- Contact your autioned.
thorized dealer.
Chapter 3
Uneven image density
Cause
A3/A4 Printer
Symptom
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A3/A4 Printer
Chapter 3
Memo
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This chapter contains the specifications of the unit as well as provides
care and maintenance instructions.
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Chapter 4
Chapter 4
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1. Specifications
Miscellaneous
Chapter 4
AGFA SR24iT Microfilm Scanner/Printer
Type:
Desk-Top Type Microfilm Scanner
Resolution:
200, 300, 400, 600, 800 dpi (in PC Mode)
400, 600 dpi (Printer Mode: When A3/A4 Printer is connected)
400 dpi (Printer Mode: When A4 Printer is connected)
Output Scale:
PC Mode: Binary, Grayscale (Option)
PR Mode: Binary
PC Interface:
SCSI-2
Exposure Control:
Automatic & Manual
Type of Film:
Microfiche, Jackets, Aperture Cards,
16mm & 35mm Roll Film,
16mm Film Cartridges.
Screen:
(300 mm × 300 mm (12" x 12")
Magnification:
7.5×, 9×-16×, 13×-27×, 23×-50×
Image Rotation:
MotorisedImage Rotation,
Print Size:
8 /2" × 11" (or A4) Crosswise, 11" × 17" (or A3) Lengthwise
8-1/2" × 11" (or A4) Lengthwise, 8-1/2" × 14" (or B4) Lengthwise
Power Consumption:
350W
Dimensions
19.75"(W) × 32-3/8"(D) × 28-1/4"(H) (503 × 821 × 716 mm)
Weight
(39kg) 86 lbs.
Standard Accesories:
Power Cord, Printer Cable, Prism Unit, PC & Printer Interface, Counter,
Operator’s Manual in English, French, German, Italian & Spanish
Options:
Lenses, Fiche Carrier 5, Universal Carrier UC-2, Roll Film Carrier 9B, Roll Film Carrier 15A/15M, MARS IV controller,
Mini- MARS 2 Controller , Manual LED Frame Masking
Kit, Foot Switch Kit, Grayscale Memory Board, PC Interface cable kit
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
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1. Specifications
Microfilm Scanner/ Printer System
Printing Method:
Laser Electrostatic
Resolution:
400, 600 dpi
Developing System:
Minolta Fine Micro-Toning (Fine-MT) System
Print Size:
8-1/2" × 11" (or A4) Crosswise, 11" × 17" (or A3) Lengthwise
8-1/2" × 11" (or A4) Lengthwise, 8-1/2" × 14" (or B4) Lengthwise
Print Speed:
20 sheets per minute (8-1/2" × 11" or A4: Crosswise)
First Print Time:
13 seconds (8-1/2" × 11" or A4: Crosswise)
Warm-up Time:
Less than 70 seconds
Multiple Printing:
1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification)
Paper Supply:
Automatic Feeding System
Paper Feeding Tray (250 sheets max.)
Paper Cassette (250 sheets max.)
Power Consumption:
Less than 1100W (Scanner: 350W, Printer: 750W)
Printer‘s Dimensions
22"(W) × 20-1/2"(D) × 16"(H) (561 × 521 × 409 mm)
Printer‘s Weight
61-3/4 lbs. (28kg)
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
Miscellaneous
Type:
Chapter 4
AGFA SR24iT+ A3/A4 Laser Printer
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1. Specifications
Miscellaneous
Chapter 4
AGFA SR24iT + A4 Laser Printer
Type:
Microfilm Scanner Printer System
Printing Method:
Laser Electrostatic
Resolution:
400 dpi
Developing System:
Fine Micro-Toning System
Print Size:
8-1/2" × 11" (or A4)
Print Speed:
8 sheets per minute (8-1/2" × 11" or A4)
First Print Time:
19 seconds (8-1/2" × 11" or A4)
Warm-up Time:
Less than 20 seconds
Multiple Printing:
1-19 sheets (LED countdown identification)
Paper Supply:
Automatic Feeding System
A4 / Letter Paper Cassette (150 sheets max.)
Power Consumption:
Less than 930W (Scanner: 350W, Printer: 580W)
Printer’s Dimensions
15-1/2"(W) × 17-1/2"(D) × 13"(H) (394 × 446 × 328 mm)
Printer’s Weight
17 lbs. (7.8kg)
Printer’s Option:
Face-Up Paper Tray
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
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2. Initial Settings List
This system offers two types of settings: one is the user settings that are made by the user on
the control panel and the other is the system settings that are made by the authorized
dealer. Here is a list of factory settings for these two setting types.
User Settings
Initial Setting
Exposure mode
Auto
Print image density
Center
Print Format
Portrait
Film type
Auto
Auto Skew Correction
OFF
Auto Masking
OFF
Enabled only when the Manual Frame Masking Kit
(option) is mounted.
OFF
* When any of these functions has been changed and you want to store that new setting in
the system’s memory, press the Memory Input Key.
System Settings
Auto reset
Description
Setting changes made to the control panel
that are not used within 60 seconds of
being input are automatically cancelled
and the system reverts back to the original settings.
Selection
Initial Setting
Enabled
√
Disabled
Auto power save Turns the Printer’s fuser OFF if the sys(PR mode only) tem is left idle for a specific period of
time.
* 200V units operate on a default 30
minute Auto Power Save setting.
Disabled
Auto Projection
Lamp OFF
Turns the Scanner’s Projection Lamp
OFF if the system is left idle for a specified period of time.
Disabled
Applies the following functions as
required:
Contrast Emphasis: applied when film
contains text that is poorly contrasted
against its background making it difficult
to read.
Outline Emphasis: applied when film
contains blurred black and white images.
Contrast
Emphasis
Fine mode contrast select
√
30 min.
60 min.
√
30 min.
60 min.
Outline
Emphasis
√
Chapter 4
Centering/Fit
-
Miscellaneous
Manual Masking
Remark
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2. Initial Settings List
Miscellaneous
Chapter 4
System Settings
Description
Selection
Initial Setting
Auto Skew Correction Retain
Determines whether or not to retain the
original (uncorrected) skew of a screen
image after the print has been made.
Retained
Not
retained
√
Machine ID
Printing
(A3/A4 Laser
Printer only)
When two scanners are connected to one
printer, this function leaves an identification marker on the print so that the scanner used for the job can be determined
after printing.
Disabled
√
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Paper
Paper
Cycle print mode This function automatically scans the
(PR mode only) next image following a preset period of
time (the period can be set by an authorized dealer). Images are set by the user
onto the Carrier Glass in between cycles.
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Enabled
Disabled
√
Paper Size of
Paper Feeding
Tray
(A3/A4 Laser
Printer only)
Determines the desired paper size from
Lengthwise
the Paper Feeding Tray of the printer. It is Crosswise
possible to feed the following paper sizes
and orientations into the printer:
√
Contrast setting
To view subtle images with standard
ranges of density clearly: Light (–1 - –7)
To bring out the darker and lighter ranges
of an image: Dark (+1 - +7)
√
Lighter
Normal
Darker
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2. Initial Settings List
Selection
Initial Setting
The print funcAfter a toner empty condition is detected,
tion at the time of this function allows you to select either to
Toner Empty
stop printing or continue printing
detection
(PR mode only)
Disable
Print
√
Auto Film Format Select print
function
(PR mode only)
Enable
The Auto Format Select Print Function is
enable or disable through the control
panel.
This function is used for managing horizontal and vertical printing when Letter
or A4 size paper is set crosswise/lengthwise into the paper feeding tray/paper
feeding cassette.
90 degree rotation Enables the prism to rotate the screen
setting
image 90 degrees.
Automatic paper
source switching
(A3/A4 Laser
Printer only)
Allows you to specify the paper source
when Letter or A4 size paper is loaded in
Lengthwise or Crosswise orientations
into the both paper feeding tray and paper
feeding cassette.
Auto switching: Printing continues by
automatically switching to the remaining
paper source after paper in the specified
paper source runs out.
Disabling Auto Switching: A paper
empty mode occurs and printing ceases
after paper in the specified paper source
runs out. The paper source must be
refilled or the paper source must be
switched by pressing the Output Selection Key in order to resume printing.
Enable
Print
Disable
√
Enable
Disable
√
Auto
switching
√
Disabling
Auto
Switching
* To change any of the system settings described above, contact your authorized
dealer.
Chapter 4
Description
Miscellaneous
System Settings
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3. System Care
The system should be cleaned on a daily basis for optimal operating conditions.
Cleaning the Scanner
Screen
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Chapter 4
1
With a damp cloth, clean and remove
any dust or debris from the surface of
the Screen.
NOTE
NEVER use alcohol or any other solvent
when cleaning to avoid causing damage
to the Screen or erasing the frame size
markers.
Outer Covers
1
Carrier Glass (Option)
1
With a damp cloth, clean and remove
any dust or debris from the surface of
the Carrier Glass.
NOTE
Before cleaning the Carrier Glass, be sure
to remove the Projection Lens from the
Scanner.
2
To open the Carrier Glass, pull the
handle of the Microfiche Holder.
Following the same procedure
described in Step 1, wipe the inner
surfaces of the Carrier Glass.
3
Dry and polish the glasses with a soft,
dry cloth to prevent spotting or
smearing.
Dust the exterior panels of the
Scanner with a soft, dry cloth.
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3. System Care
Cleaning the A3/A4 Laser Printer
Clean the Printer at regular intervals.
NOTE
• Before cleaning the Printer, turn OFF the power and unplug the cord from the power
outlet.
• Use a soft cloth and NEVER use abrasives or corrosive detergents.
Exterior Panels
Chapter 4
Clean the exterior panels with a soft, dry cloth. A damp cloth and a mild home
detergent can be used for heavier cleaning.
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For Key Operator’s Use Only
When you need to call for service, the Key Operator should be prepared to provide the following information to your authorized Dealer.
1. Your Company Name, Address, Telephone Number, Department Name, Floor Number,
Machine Location, etc.
2. Model Name, Serial Number, Condition or System(s) Indication(s) on the Display, etc.
For your reference purpose.
SR24iT
Model Name
A3/A4 Laser Printer
A4 Laser Printer
Serial No.
Serial No.
Serial No.
Chapter 4
Serial No.
Serial No.
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Attached Accessories
Serial No.
Serial No.
Serial No.
Installation Date
Authorized Dealer Name
TEL. No.
Address