Canon DR-5060F Owner's Manual

DOCUMENT SCANNER
INSTRUCTIONS
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
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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.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or
modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Canon Document Scanner DR-5060F.
The DR-5060F high-speed document scanner has a built-in function for backing
data to microfilm. In order to fully understand and effectively use the functions of
this scanner, be sure to read this manual before use.
Also, after you have read this manual, be sure to store this manual in a safe place.
Caution
Take note of the following when using the scanner to make copies:
● Reproducing money, other forms of currency or negotiable securities is an
offense and may be subject to criminal prosecution.
● Reproducing passports, official certificates, licenses, travel tickets, copyright
protected and private documents and other items is also against the law and
may be subject to criminal prosecutions.
● Obtain the copyright holder’s permission when a copied image will be used for
anything other than your own personal use or use within the confines of your
own household.
Introduction 1
CONVENTIONS
This manual uses the following symbols and indications.
Before you start reading this manual, read the following and familiarize yourself
with their meanings.
WARNING
Read carefully to avoid death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Read carefully to avoid serious injury or damage to the equipment or loss of
valuable data.
NOTE
Read carefully to avoid damage to the equipment.
MEMO
Memos indicate where you will find useful information in this manual.
This Unit
This manual refers to the DR-5060F as “this unit.”
Scanner
This manual refers to the DR-5060F as “the scanner” when the explanation is
for the DR-5060F as a scanner.
Filmer
This manual refers to the DR-5060F as “the filmer” when the explanation is for
the DR-5060F as a rotary filmer.
2 Introduction
Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 1
CONVENTIONS ........................................................................................................... 2
Safety Precautions ............................................................................................................. 5
Daily maintenance ....................................................................................................... 5
About the Installation Location ..................................................................................... 7
About the Power Supply ............................................................................................... 8
Carrying ....................................................................................................................... 8
Chapter 1 About DR-5060F ...................................................................... 9
Features of DR-5060F ...................................................................................................... 10
Packaging: What’s in the Box? ........................................................................................ 11
Names and Functions of Parts ....................................................................................... 12
About the Camera Unit .................................................................................................... 18
Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use ........................................................ 19
System Requirements ..................................................................................................... 20
Connecting to a Computer .............................................................................................. 21
Connecting the SCSI Cable ............................................................................................. 21
Setting the SCSI ID and Terminator ................................................................................ 22
Connecting the Power Cord and Ground Cable ............................................................ 24
Handling the Camera Unit ............................................................................................... 25
Loading Film .............................................................................................................. 25
Affixing the Index Label .............................................................................................. 28
Loading the Camera Unit in the DR-5060F ................................................................ 29
Removing the Camera Unit ........................................................................................ 30
Removing Film ........................................................................................................... 31
Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject ............................................................................... 33
Affixing the Document Guide Labels .......................................................................... 33
Preparing the Document Tray Extension and Document Eject Tray Extension .......... 33
Paper Feed Adjustment ............................................................................................. 36
Turning the Power ON/OFF ............................................................................................. 37
Turning the Power ON ................................................................................................ 37
Turning the Power OFF .............................................................................................. 38
Chapter 3 Preparing Documents .......................................................... 39
About Operation Modes .................................................................................................. 40
Checking the Operation Mode ................................................................................... 40
About Documents ............................................................................................................ 42
Types of Documents .................................................................................................. 42
Document Loading Precautions ................................................................................. 43
Setting Scan Conditions .................................................................................................. 44
Selecting the Feeding Option ..................................................................................... 45
Function Key Settings ................................................................................................ 52
Setting in the User Mode ........................................................................................... 56
Contents 3
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting .................................................................... 59
When the Scanner is Not Recognized ............................................................................ 60
Removing Paper Jams ..................................................................................................... 61
Paper Jam in the Paper Eject Section ........................................................................ 61
Paper Jam in the Feed Section .................................................................................. 63
Removing the Intermediate Unit ................................................................................ 66
Attaching the Intermediate Unit ................................................................................. 67
Paper Feed Trouble .......................................................................................................... 68
When the Scanned Image is Not Normal ....................................................................... 70
When an Error Code is Displayed ................................................................................... 71
Chapter 5 Daily Cleaning ....................................................................... 73
Daily Cleaning .................................................................................................................. 74
Cleaning the Main Unit ............................................................................................... 74
Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers .............................................................. 75
Cleaning the Camera Unit .......................................................................................... 80
Power Cord ................................................................................................................ 80
Imprinter Guide Plate ................................................................................................. 81
Specifications ........................................................................................... 82
Options ...................................................................................................... 83
Consumables ............................................................................................ 83
4 Contents
Safety Precautions
Daily maintenance
When you are working around the unit, follow these precautions to avoid the
hazards of fire and electrical shock:
WARNING
■ Never install and operate the unit near flammable substances such as
alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or any other type of volatile solution.
■ Never damage or modify the power cord, place heavy objects on the power
cord, or pull or unnecessarily bend the power cord.
■ Always make sure that your hands are dry when you are handling the power
cord or plug. Never grasp the plug when your hands are wet.
■ Never plug the unit into a multi-plug power strip.
■ Never bundle, wrap, or tie the power cord around itself or another object.
Connect the plug securely to the power source.
■ Use only the power cord and plug provided with the scanner.
■ Be sure to connect the ground cable before using the scanner.
Also, never connect the ground cable to gas pipes or water pipes. Doing so
might cause fire.
■ Never attempt to disassemble or modify the unit.
■ Never use any type of flammable spray near the unit.
■ Before you clean the unit, turn the power OFF and disconnect the power
cord from the power outlet.
■ To clean the unit exterior, use a firmly wrung cloth moistened slightly with
water or mild detergent. Never use any type of volatile solution such as
alcohol, benzene or paint thinner.
■ If you hear a strange sound, detect smoke or abnormal heat, sense
vibration, or smell odd odors around the unit, turn the power switch OFF
immediately and disconnect the power cord from the outlet. Call for service
immediately.
■ Handle the unit with care. Avoid shocks and vibrations to the unit caused by
reckless handling. If you suspect the unit has been accidentally damaged,
turn the power switch OFF immediately, disconnect the power cord from the
outlet, and call for service.
■ Before you move the unit, always turn the power OFF and disconnect the
power cord from the power outlet.
Safety Precautions 5
CAUTION
■ The scanner weighs about 48 kg (105.8 lb.). To avoid damage to the unit,
never place the unit on an unstable or vibrating surface. The unit may tip or
fall over, and cause an injury.
■ To avoid overheating and causing a fire, never block the air vents on the rear
of the scanner.
■ Keep all liquids, beverages, or any type of liquid, and clips, staples,
necklaces or other metal objects away from the unit. If you accidentally spill
liquid or drop a metal object into the unit, turn the unit power OFF,
disconnect the power cord from the power outlet, and call for service
immediately.
■ Never install the unit in humid or dusty locations. Doing so might cause fire
or electrical shock.
■ Never place objects on top of the unit. Such objects may tip or fall over, and
cause an injury.
■ When you remove the power cord, grip it by the plug head. Never attempt to
disconnect the cord from the outlet by pulling on the cord. Doing so might
expose or break the core leads, damage the power cord, and cause fire or
electrical shock.
■ Keep the area around the power outlet clear of all obstacles so that you can
disconnect the power cord easily at all times.
■ Never spill water or any type of volatile solution (alcohol, benzene, paint
thinner) into the unit. Doing so might cause fire or electrical shock.
■ When the unit is not being used for a long time, disconnect the power cord
from the power outlet.
■ Avoid wearing loose fitting clothing, dangling jewelry, long ties, or even long
hair that could become entangled with moving parts, especially the rollers
that feed the unit. If such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet to stop the unit.
■ Be very careful when you are loading a document or removing a paper jam.
You may be injured unexpectedly. For example, the paper edges may cut
your fingers.
■ Do not open the upper unit while the scanner is operating. Doing so might
result in malfunction or injury.
■ Do not directly touch the pins and contacts on the scanner connector with
your hands. Doing so might result in malfunction.
6 Safety Precautions
About the Installation Location
More than 100 mm (39.0 in.)
More than
100 mm (39.0 in.)
More than
100 mm (39.0 in.)
771 mm (30.0 in.)
(with document tray
extension, extension
wire closed)
936 mm (36.5 in.)
(with document
tray extension,
extension wire
open)
More than 740 mm (28.8 in.)
For operation, maintenance and ventilation, make sure that there is enough space
around the scanner as shown in the illustration above.
Do not place the unit in the following places. Doing so might cause malfunction or
machine trouble, and adversely affect the unit or your personal computer.
● Places subject to direct sunlight
→ If installation in such places is unavoidable, provide a curtain or similar object
to shade the unit.
● Places subject to dust and fumes.
→ Dust and cigarette fumes adversely affect the components inside the unit.
● Places subject to high temperature and humidity such as near running water, a
heat source, water vapor, or in an area such as a laboratory exposed to
ammonia gas, paint thinner, or other volatile solutions.
● Places subject to vibration and strong shock
● Places subject to rapid changes in temperature or humidity
→ Condensation occurring inside the unit may impair scan image quality. Place
the scanner in a room that is well within the following range:
Room temperature 10°C to 32.5°C (50°F to 90.5°F)
Relative humidity 20% to 80%RH
● Near electronic equipment or heavy equipment that generates a strong
magnetic field such as speaker, TV and radio.
Safety Precautions 7
About the Power Supply
WARNING
■ Be sure to connect to an AC 120V (240 V in Europe) (50/60 Hz) power
supply.
■ Ensure that the scanner is connected to an independent power outlet. Do
not plug the scanner into an outlet shared with another device. If you use an
extension cable, pay attention to the total amperage of the cable.
■ Be sure to connect the ground cable before using the scanner.
Also, never connect the ground cable to gas pipes or water pipes.
■ If you are unsure of anything relating to the power supply, contact your store
of purchase or your local power company.
■ Never place an object on top of the power cord or step on it.
■ Never bundle the power cord or wrap the cord around an object such as a
table leg.
■ Do not tug the power cord. When you remove the power cord, grip it by the
plug head.
■ Keep the area around the power outlet free of obstacles.
Carrying
When you move the DR-5060F, it should be held by the under section of the main
unit by at least two workers, and carried carefully.
WARNING
■ When lifting this unit, be sure to hold it by the under section of the main unit,
and never place your hands on opening/closing sections such as the upper
unit.
■ Be sure to move this unit by at least two workers. This unit weighs 48 kg
(105.8 lb.). If one worker tries to move this unit by himself, the worker may
seriously injure himself.
■ Before you move this unit, always turn the power switch OFF and disconnect
the power cord from the power outlet. Also, disconnect the SCSI cable from
the connector. Moving the scanner with the power still ON or the SCSI cable
still connected might result in electrical shock.
8 Safety Precautions
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About DR-5060F
Chapter 1
About DR-5060F
This chapter describes the features of the
scanner, what’s in the box, and the names and
functions of parts on the scanner and the
camera unit.
Features of DR-5060F ............................... 10
Packaging: What’s in the Box? ................. 11
Names and Functions of Parts ................. 12
About the Camera Unit ............................. 18
9
Features of DR-5060F
The DR-5060F scanner not only processes large volumes of documents at high
speed, but also is provided with a function for backing data to microfilm.
Here is a summary of the outstanding features of the DR-5060F.
● High-speed scanning
Small documents such as business cards and check-size documents through
to A3/(11 x 17 in.)-size documents can be scanned at high speed. The
maximum scan speed is 50 sheets per minute (A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.)-size portrait
in simplex and duplex mode, 200 dpi resolution) when scanning an A4/(11.5 x
16.3 in.)-size document in the simplex mode.
● Large-capacity, reliable paper feeding
• Up to 500 sheets of A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.)-size documents (80 g/m2) (20 lb.
bond) can be loaded at once.
• The size and thickness of documents need not be set in advance as they
are automatically detected and adjusted. The scanner accurately handles
documents of various sizes and thickness.
● Easy operation
Operations such as brightness adjustment and start/stop of scanning can be
performed from the operation panel on the main unit. This eliminates the need
to operate the application each time that you load a document, for example,
when you are scanning a large number of documents.
● Skew detection
This function automatically detects if the document is fed in at an angle, and
straightens skewed documents.
● Highly durable
The unit features a service life of up to 6 million scans.
● Backup to microfilm
Images are backed up to microfilm at the same time when the document is
scanned.
● Operation modes to suit specific applications
In addition to the above Backup mode, you can select two other modes
according to your application: the Scanner Only mode in which this unit is used
exclusively as a scanner, and the Filmer Only mode in which this unit is used
as a rotary filmer.
(See p. 40 “About Operation Modes”)
● Scan log
This function leaves information such as the scanning date and time in the
computer as a “scan log” in the Backup mode.
● Drop-out color
This function disables scanning of red color (that is, “drops out”) in the
document.
● Various options
The wide range of options includes the imprinter for printing characters on the
document being scanned, bar code decoder for reading bar codes in documents, and
the endorser for printing numbers and characters on the document after scanning.
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Packaging: What’s in the Box?
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Setup CD-ROM
DR-5060F
Removable tray
Function key labels
DR-5060F Instructions (this manual)
Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions
ISIS/TWAIN Driver Instructions
Document eject
support plate
Power cord
(The power cord varies according
to country of purchase.)
Software License
Agreement
Warranty card
(For U.S.A. and Canada only)
MEMO
The camera unit and microfilm are sold separately. Contact your store of
purchase or a Canon service department.
Packaging: What’s in the Box? 11
About DR-5060F
Make sure that you have everything. Check every item you have removed from the
box. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your store of purchase.
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Names and Functions of Parts
This section describes the names and functions of each part. Before you connect
the DR-5060F, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the main parts.
■ Front view
Document eject tray
extension/stopper
Document eject tray
Select the document eject tray
extension matched to the size of
document you are scanning.
(See “Document eject tray extension”
P. 34)
Operation panel
Upper unit
open/close
button
This panel is for setting up
scan density and other basic
functions.
The number of scanned pages
and error codes are also
displayed here.
(See “Operation panel” P. 14)
Camera unit slot
Space
E
This slot is for inserting
the camera unit.
After a document is
scanned, it is ejected onto
this tray.
FILM
Upper unit
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Camera unit lock lever
This lever is for locking the
camera unit.
Document
sensor
Power switch
This sensor detects
documents placed
on the document
tray.
Document tray extension/
extension wire
Select the document tray extension
matched to the size of document you
are scanning.
(See “Document tray extension” P. 33)
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Document tray
Document guide
Load the document
in this tray.
Set the paper guide for the
width of the document you
are going to scan.
■ Inside (with upper unit open)
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About DR-5060F
Counter
This counter counts
the total number of fed
document sheets.
Space
E
Feed unit open/close
button
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Feed unit
Intermediate unit
Paper feed adjustment lever
Slide this lever to adjust paper feed
according to the condition of the
paper surface.
(See “Paper Feed Adjustment” P. 36)
■ Rear view
Ground terminal
Connect the ground
terminal provided to
this terminal.
Air vent
Power cord
connector
DIP switch
SCSI connectors
This switch is for setting
the SCSI ID and
terminator.
(See “Setting the SCSI ID
and Terminator” P. 22)
Connect the SCSI
connectors to these
connectors.
(See “Connecting the
SCSI Cable” P. 21)
Connect the power cord
provided with the
scanner to this
connector.
CAUTION
To avoid overheating and causing a fire, never block the air vents on the rear of
this scanner.
Names and Functions of Parts 13
■ Operation panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
(1) Function keys
Backup
Space/Trailer
E
FILM
F
Count Only
(6) Clear/Stop key
New File
Scanner
(7) New File key
Feeding Option
A
(2) Remaining film
indicator
(3) Backup key
(4) Space/Trailer key
(5) Count Only key
Manual
Auto
(8) Start key
Semi-Auto
(9) Feeding Option key
(10) Brightness key
(11) Indicator lamps
(12) Counter display
(1) Function keys
The following functions and settings can be registered to function keys so that
they can be called up later by one-touch operation. (See “Function Key
Settings” P. 52)
● Manual Thickness Adjustment
● Fixed Thickness Mode
● Double Feed Detection
● Imprinter
● Film Density
● Odometer Indication
● Page Address Indication
● File Address Indication
● Restore Memorized Setting
(2) Remaining film indicator
This indicator shows the amount of remaining film when a camera unit loaded
with film is placed on this unit. All LEDs light when the amount of remaining film
is 100%. These LEDs go out from the rightmost LED as the film in the camera
unit is used up. Only the leftmost LED blinks when film has almost run out. The
rightmost LED also blinks when film is being fed during photography or when
spaces are being taken up.
MEMO
The end of film detection margin can be changed in the user mode. (See
“Setting in the User Mode” P. 56)
14 Names and Functions of Parts
The default setting for this scanner is the Backup mode. Pressing this key turns
the lamp in the key OFF and sets the scanner to the Scanner Only mode, and
holding this key down for five seconds sets the scanner to the Filmer Only
mode.
(4) Space/Trailer key
This key is enabled when the camera unit is placed on this unit. Pressing this
key takes up spaces on the film. Holding this key down for three seconds feeds
the trailer film so that the film can be taken out of the camera unit. During
taking up of spaces and feeding of trailer film, the rightmost LED on the
remaining film indicator blinks and the Start key turns to red.
(5) Count Only key
Pressing this key lights the lamp in the key and sets the Count Only mode.
In this mode, document pages that are fed are neither scanned nor
photographed. They are only counted. For details on this mode, see page 41
“Count Only mode.”
(6) New File key
Pressing this key notifies the scanner and filmer of a new file.
When you press this key and start scanning the next document, the images
sent to the computer are saved in a different folder or under a different name to
the previously scanned document, and the file mark is photographed on the
film to indicate a new file.
MEMO
In the Backup mode and Scanner Only mode, the image to be saved or the
new file mark is controlled according to the settings on the application. For
details on application settings, refer to the separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver
Instructions” or “Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions.”
(7) Clear/Stop key
This key is used to stop scanning midway, cancel the operation mode you have
set, and to cancel errors displayed on the counter display.
Holding this key down for at least two seconds clears the count displayed on
the counter display. If the counter display is set for odometer indication, the
currently displayed odometer value is cleared. If the counter display is set for
file address indication or page address indication, both the file address and
page address are cleared.
Names and Functions of Parts 15
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About DR-5060F
(3) Backup key
This key displays and changes the scanner operation mode:
Lit (Backup mode):
In this mode, scanned images are being
photographed on microfilm while they are being
transferred to computer.
Out (Scanner Only mode): In this mode, scanned images are not
photographed to microfilm.
Blinking (Filmer Only mode): In this mode, scanned images are not transferred
to computer, and are only photographed to
microfilm.
(8) Start key
When the Start key is lit green, pressing this key starts feeding of originals
placed on the document tray. Key functions are disabled when this key is lit red.
When this key is blinking green, this indicates that manual thickness
adjustment is in progress. To start feeding, end this adjustment. (See “Manual
Thickness Adjustment” P. 53)
(9) Feeding Option key
Select the document feed mode. (See “Selecting the Feeding Option” P. 45)
Each press of the Feeding Option key changes the lamp indication on its right
cyclically as follows:
OFF (Remote Mode) → [Semi-Auto] → [Auto] → [Manual] → and back to OFF
(Remote Mode)
Remote: The three lamps are all out. The document is fed when the scanner
receives a scan start instruction from the computer.
Semi-Auto: The scanner feeds the document when you press the Start key
after loading the document.
Auto:
The scanner automatically feeds the document when you load the
document.
Manual:
Manually load the document one sheet at a time.
(10) Brightness key
Set the brightness when the document is scanned.
To automatically adjust the brightness, press the [A] key.
To manually set the brightness, press the or key with the [A] key out, and
move the indication on the key indicator to adjust the brightness. (Moving the
indicator to the right increases the brightness, and to the left decreases the
brightness. The brightness can be adjusted in 13 steps.)
If you press the or key with the [A] key lit to adjust the indicator, the
automatic adjustment level is adjusted.
This key is also used for setting paper thickness when manually adjusting the
paper thickness, for setting the count start value in the Count Only mode, and
for setting in the user mode.
MEMO
● The brightness setting is disabled for images to be scanned to film.
● Brightness can be automatically adjusted only when brightness is set to
“Auto” in the scan condition setup on the application and the scan mode is
set to “Black and White”.
Foe details, refer to the separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Instructions” or
“Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions.”
(11) Indicator lamps
This indicator lights when setting the brightness, for example, and moves to the
left and right as the or key is pressed. When manually adjusting the paper
thickness, the indicator blinks, and moves to the left and right as the or key
is pressed.
(12) Counter display
This displays the number of scanned document pages. The count value on this
display is held even if the scanner is turned OFF, and is cleared by holding the
Clear/Stop key down for two seconds.
The counter display also displays the state of the film, user mode, error code
and other information.
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■ Removable tray
■ Document eject support plate
Install this plate when scanning large-size (e.g. A3/11 x 17 in.) thin documents.
This plate prevents such documents from becoming caught on the document
eject tray.
■ Function key labels
Function key labels:
Write the name of the function registered to the
function key, and affix the label on the function key.
Index labels:
These labels are for the camera unit. (See “Affixing the
Index Label” P. 28)
Document guide labels: These labels are for positioning the document guides.
(See “Affixing the Document Guide Labels” P. 33)
Function key labels
Index labels
Document guide labels
Names and Functions of Parts 17
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About DR-5060F
This tray can be installed on the document eject tray to prevent short-length
documents such as checks and bank notes from flying out of the tray when
they are ejected form the scanner. (See “Removable tray” P. 36)
About the Camera Unit
Two camera units are provided for this unit: one with a 1/24 magnification lens and
one with a 1/57 magnification lens. The image photographed to film varies
according to which of these camera units is used. For details, contact your store of
purchase or a Canon service department.
● The ID No. of the camera unit can be set within the range 1 to 15. For details
on setting the ID No., contact your store of purchase or a Canon service
department.
● When the 1/24 camera unit (24X) is used, only the top side of originals is
photographed in the simplex mode.
SIMPLEX
● When the 1/57 camera unit (57X) is used, both sides of originals are
photographed simultaneously in the duplex mode.
DUPLEX
Back
Front
NOTE
● When the 1/24 camera unit is used, only the image of the top side of
originals is backed up to film even if the scanner is set for scanning in the
duplex mode. To back up both sides of the image, use the 1/57 camera unit.
● Store the camera unit you are not using in its special case.
MEMO
● When the 1/57 camera unit is used, both sides of originals can be backed
up to film even if the document is scanned with the application set for
simplex scanning.
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Chapter 2
2
Preparation Before Use
Preparation Before Use
This chapter describes the preparations
starting with connecting to a computer through
to preparations for scanning.
System Requirements ............................... 20
Connecting to a Computer ....................... 21
Handling the Camera Unit ........................ 25
Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject ......... 33
Turning the Power ON/OFF ....................... 37
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System Requirements
To use the DR-5060F, you need the following items in addition to the standard
accessories:
• Computer
• SCSI card
• SCSI cable
• Application
• Camera unit
• Microfilm
MEMO
● For details on installation of the main unit, see “About the Installation
Location” under “Safety Precautions.”
● The driver may not function properly depending on the application you are
using.
● Select a computer, operating environment and SCSI card to suit the driver
application you are going to use.
● The SCSI connector used for this unit is a half-pitch 50-pin (pin type)
connector. Check the shape of the connector for the SCSI card on the
computer or the SCSI device to be connected to the computer, and prepare
a SCSI cable that is compatible with this unit.
20 System Requirements
Connecting to a Computer
Connect the scanner to the computer.
CAUTION
Before you connect the scanner to the computer, be sure to turn both the
scanner and the computer OFF.
2
Connect your computer to the scanner using the SCSI cable.
Two half-pitch 50-pin SCSI connectors are located on the rear of the scanner.
Insert the SCSI cable from the computer into one of these connectors.
To connect another SCSI device to the computer, insert the other SCSI cable into
the vacant SCSI connector on the rear of the scanner, and connect the other end
of the SCSI cable into the SCSI device in a daisy chain.
Insert into either of
these two ports.
Half-pitch 50-pin
(pin type)
Connecting to a Computer 21
Preparation Before Use
Connecting the SCSI Cable
Setting the SCSI ID and Terminator
Set the SCSI ID and terminator using the DIP switch on the rear of the scanner.
The DIP switch is ON at the up position and OFF at the down position.
Default
(Terminator: OFF, SCSI ID = 2)
SCSI ID switch
Terminator ON/OFF
switch
■ Setting the SCSI ID
Set the SCSI ID by combining the settings of switches SW2 to SW4.
Set unique SCSI IDs to any other built-in SCSI devices or SCSI devices
connected to the computer.
SCSI ID
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SW2
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SW3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
SW4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
NOTE
The default SCSI ID is set to 2. Assign SCSI ID numbers ranging from 0 to 7 for
each SCSI device. Do not select 7 as this is normally assigned to the SCSI
controller. If a SCSI hard disk is set as the startup disk, do not use 0. Normally
0 is assigned for the startup disk.
22 Connecting to a Computer
■ Setting the terminator
Set the terminator on the last SCSI device on a daisy chain to ON.
<When only the scanner is connected to your computer, or when another
SCSI device is connected on a daisy chain and the scanner is the last SCSI
device of the daisy chain>
Set the terminator DIP switch 1 to ON.
In such a connection, be sure to set the terminator on all other SCSI devices to
OFF.
Terminator ON
CAUTION
When this unit is connected as the last device of the daisy chain, either set the
terminator DIP switch ON, or set the terminator DIP switch OFF and use a
terminator plug. Note that this unit may malfunction if the terminator DIP switch is
set to ON and the terminator plug is used at the same time.
<When another SCSI device is connected as the last device of the daisy
chain>
Set the DIP switch 1 on the scanner to OFF.
In such a connection, set the terminator on the SCSI device connected as the end
device to ON.
Terminator ON, or
attach terminator.
Terminator OFF
Connecting to a Computer 23
Preparation Before Use
Terminator OFF
2
Connecting the Power Cord and Ground Cable
Connect the power cord and ground cable.
Be sure to use only the power cord and ground cable provided with the scanner.
■ Connecting the power cord
Connect the power cord to the rear of the scanner, and insert the power plug into
the power outlet.
WARNING
When connecting the power cord, follow these precautions. Failure to do so might
cause fire or electrical shock.
● Never grasp the plug when your hands are wet.
● Never plug the unit into a multi-plug power strip.
● Never bundle or tie the power cord around itself or another object. Connect
the plug securely to the power source.
● Use only the power cord and plug provided with the scanner.
● Before you connect the power cord, be sure to turn the power switch OFF.
● Be sure to connect to an AC 120 V (240 V in Europe) (50/60 Hz) power
supply.
● Do not plug the scanner into an outlet shared with another device. If you use
an extension cable, pay attention to the total amperage of the cable.
24 Connecting to a Computer
Handling the Camera Unit
The following describes camera unit handling procedures starting from loading of
film in the camera unit through to placing and removing the camera unit from this
unit, and removing film.
Loading Film
Press the release notch to open the camera unit’s cover.
Release notch
MEMO
When you buy the camera unit, the camera unit holds an empty take-up reel
inside. If there is no take-up reel inside the camera unit, contact a Canon
service department.
2
Take the microfilm out of its case.
Handling the Camera Unit 25
Preparation Before Use
1
2
3
Place the film on the shaft on the left with the number “2” written
on the reel face up.
4
Pass the film along the film path as shown in the figure below.
Film
5
Close the left cover taking care not to nip the film.
NOTE
To prevent the film from being exposed, be sure to close the left cover when the
film has been wound out.
26 Handling the Camera Unit
6
Draw out the film, and insert the tip of the film into the take-up reel
with the number “1” written on the reel face up.
2
Preparation Before Use
7
Place the take-up reel on the shaft.
8
Turn the reel a few times in the direction of the arrow, and make
sure that the film is firmly taken up on the reel while taking up any
slack in the film at the same time.
Handling the Camera Unit 27
9
Close the cover, and make sure that it is locked.
Affixing the Index Label
Index labels are included among the function key labels that are packaged with
the DR-5060F. Affix these index labels at the location specified on the camera
unit’s cover.
28 Handling the Camera Unit
Loading the Camera Unit in the DR-5060F
Load the camera unit loaded with film.
1
Gently insert the camera unit as far as possible into the slot.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
2
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Push the camera unit down onto the main unit.
Make sure that the camera unit is not riding up from the main unit.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
e
w
3
Turn the lock lever to the [LOCK] position to lock the camera unit
in place.
MEMO
● The film leader is fed automatically if you place a camera unit loaded with
new film on this unit in the Backup mode or Filmer Only mode. The cover
cannot be opened as the camera unit release notch is locked. (See
“Loading Film” P. 25)
● The display indicates the error “F02” if a camera unit not loaded with film or
a camera unit, in which the loaded film has come away from the take-up
reel, is placed on this unit.
● In the Scanner Only mode, the leader film is not fed automatically and errors
are not displayed.
NOTE
Do not touch the lock lever with your hand while the leader film is being fed.
Handling the Camera Unit 29
Preparation Before Use
2
Removing the Camera Unit
When document scanning is finished, remove the camera unit from the main unit.
1
Turn the lock lever to the [OPEN] position to unlock the camera
unit.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
2
Lift up the front of the camera unit and gently remove it from the
slot.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
MEMO
When the camera unit is not in use, put it in its case and store it in a safe place.
30 Handling the Camera Unit
Removing Film
Remove photographed film from the camera unit.
1
Hold down the Space/Trailer key on the operation panel for about
three seconds to feed the trailer film.
The counter display becomes a trailer film display.
1
2
3
4
5
FILM
Space/Trailer key
Trailer film display
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
NOTE
Do not touch the lock lever with your hand while the trailer film is being fed.
MEMO
Film cannot be removed, as the release notch is locked, if there is any
remaining film or from camera units whose trailer film has not been rewound
even if the remaining film indicator shows zero.
2
Press the release notch to open the cover on the right.
Handling the Camera Unit 31
Preparation Before Use
Backup
Space/Trailer
E
2
6
3
Remove the film.
4
Store the film in its case.
NOTE
● Develop photographed film as soon as possible. If you leave photographed
film for a long time without developing it, the quality of valuable images may
be impaired.
● If the density of developed images is unsuitable, adjust the density of the
film to be photographed. (See “Function Key Settings” P.52 ) If the image
density cannot be adjusted to a suitable density within the adjustment
range, contact a Canon service department.
32 Handling the Camera Unit
Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject
Pull out the document tray extension and document eject tray extension, or attach
the document eject support plate or removable tray to accommodate the size and
paper quality of the document to be scanned.
Also, affix the label for aiding adjustment of the document guide on the document
tray.
Affixing the Document Guide Labels
Preparing the Document Tray Extension and
Document Eject Tray Extension
Use the document tray extension and document eject tray extension to
accommodate the size of the document to be scanned. Also, attach the document
eject support tray and removable tray to accommodate the size and paper quality
of the document to be scanned.
■ Document tray extension
Pull out the document tray extension and extension wire to accommodate the size
of the document to be scanned.
1
Pull out the document tray extension from the center of the
document tray.
Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject 33
Preparation Before Use
Document guide labels are included among the function key labels that are
packaged with the DR-5060F. Use document guide labels as aids for adjustment
of the document guide. Affix these guide labels on the document tray as shown in
the figure.
2
2
Open the extension wire.
■ Document eject tray extension
Open the document eject tray extension to accommodate the size of the
document to be scanned. The document eject tray extension extends in two
stages. Pull out the stopper to prevent ejected documents from flying out of the
document eject tray extension.
1
Pick up the document eject tray extension 1 from the center of the
document eject tray.
2
Draw out the document eject tray extension 2 from eject tray
extension 1.
Pull out the stopper to prevent ejected documents from flying out of the
document eject tray extension.
34 Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject
■ Document eject support plate
Install this plate when scanning large-size documents or documents with a
slippery surface. This support plate prevents documents from being caught on the
eject section or paper jams from occurring when documents are ejected.
1
Pick up the document eject tray extension 1 from the center of the
document eject tray.
2
Install the document eject support plate.
Install so that the protrusions on the document eject support plate fit into the
holes on the document tray guide.
MEMO
If documents become caught even with the document eject support plate
attached, draw out the support plate as far as possible to prevent the
documents from becoming caught.
Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject 35
Preparation Before Use
2
■ Removable tray
Attach this tray when you are scanning small-size documents.
This tray prevents documents from flying out of the tray when they are ejected
from the scanner.
MEMO
The removable tray is held in place on the document eject tray extension by
magnets. Close the document eject tray extension when the removable tray is
in use.
1
Install the removable tray on the center of the eject tray, and adjust
the width by the left and right guides.
Paper Feed Adjustment
Use the paper feed adjustment lever to adjust paper feed in the following
instances:
– when feed errors occur due to friction when scanning documents with a
slippery surface
– when scanning thin documents
The paper feed adjustment lever can be adjusted to three positions.
The normal setting is the left (|) position. If the paper is slightly slippery, adjust it to
the center (||) position and to the right (|||) position if it is more slippery. If you are
scanning thin documents of standard size (A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.), B5/(6.8 x 9.7 in.)
size, etc.), scan the document with the lever at the center (||) position. If you are
scanning thin documents smaller than standard size, scan the document with the
lever to the right (|||) position.
36 Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject
Turning the Power ON/OFF
Follow the procedures below to turn this unit ON and OFF.
Turning the Power ON
1
2
To turn this unit ON, press the power switch.
MEMO
If the error “F01” is displayed when the power is turned ON, the operation mode
of this unit is set to the Back up mode or Filmer Only mode without a camera
unit placed on this unit. Either place a camera unit loaded with film, or change
to the Scanner Only mode.
NOTE
If you hear a strange sound, detect smoke or abnormal heat, or smell odd
odors around the unit, and the machine does not function, for example, after
turning the power ON, turn the power switch OFF immediately and disconnect
the power cord from the outlet. Call for service immediately. Failure to do so
might cause fire.
2
Turn the computer ON.
The OS on your computer starts up.
Turning the Power ON/OFF 37
Preparation Before Use
The previous number of fed document sheets is displayed on the counter on the
operation panel.
MEMO
If you are using Windows 95/98/Me or Windows 2000, then the first time that
you turn on your PC after connecting this scanner to your PC Window’s Plug
and Play function will automatically display a screen prompting you to install
the scanner driver. (The name of this prompt screen varies among the different
versions of Windows.)
If “New Hardware Found” is displayed (Windows 95), select “Select from a list
of alternative drivers” and click OK. On the next screen, select Other Devices
and then click OK.
If “Update Device Driver Wizard” is displayed (Windows 95), click Next and then
click Finish on the next screen.
If “Add New Hardware Wizard” is displayed (Windows 98), follow the procedure
described below.
1. Click Next.
2. Select “Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)” and then
click next.
3. Clear all checkmarks and then click Next.
4. Click Next.
5. Click Finish.
If “Add New Hardware Wizard” is displayed (Windows Me), select “Automatic
search for a better driver (Recommended)”, then click Next and then click
Finish on the next screen.
If “Found New Hardware Wizard” is displayed (Windows 2000), follow the
procedure described below.
1. Click Next to advance to the “Install Hardware Device Drivers” screen.
2. Select “Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)”, and then
click Next to proceed to the “Locate Driver Files” screen.
3. Clear all of the checkmarks in the “Optional search locations”, and then click
Next to proceed to the “Driver Files Search Results” screen.
4. Select “Disable the device.” and then click Finish.
Turning the Power OFF
1
Turn the computer OFF before you turn the scanner OFF.
CAUTION
● Wait at least 10 seconds before turning the scanner ON again.
● For your safety, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet if you are
not using the scanner for a long time.
38 Turning the Power ON/OFF
Chapter 3
Preparing Documents
This chapter describes precautions regarding
documents that can be handled on this
scanner, and document feed and scanning
operations.
3
Preparing Documents
About Operation Modes ............................ 40
About Documents ..................................... 42
Setting Scan Conditions ........................... 44
39
About Operation Modes
The DR-5060F is provided with three operation modes: the Backup mode,
Scanner Only mode and Filmer Only mode. The Backup mode is for backing up
images to microfilm as the document is being scanned. The Scanner Only mode is
for using the DR-5060F exclusively as a scanner and not to photograph document
images to microfilm. The Filmer Only mode is for using the DR-5060F exclusively
as a rotary filmer. You can check and change the operation mode by Backup key.
The DR-5060F also has a Count Only mode for just counting the number of
sheets in the document without scanning them.
Checking the Operation Mode
You can check and set the scanner’s operation mode by the Backup and Count
Only keys on the operation panel.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Backup
Space/Trailer
Backup key
E
FILM
F
Count Only key
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
■ Backup key lit: Backup mode
In this mode, images of the scanned document are backed up to microfilm while
they are transferred to computer at the same time.
■ Backup key out: Scanner Only mode
In this mode, the DR-5060F is used exclusively as a scanner, and images of the
scanned document are not backed up to microfilm.
■ Backup key blinking: Filmer Only mode
In this mode, the DR-5060F is used as a rotary filmer. Scan operations from the
computer are disabled, and scanning is instructed by selecting the feeding option
on the Feeding Option key on the operation panel. (See “Selecting the Feeding
Option” P. 45)
40 About Operation Modes
MEMO
● The images backed up to microfilm sometimes differ from the images
transferred to computer depending on the setup conditions.
● When using the 24X lens magnification camera unit, only the top side of the
document can be photographed. Photography in the duplex mode is not
possible.
NOTE
● If a system error or paper jam stops feeding of the document during
scanning, clear the paper jam, and then check that the image of the last
ejected page of the document is correctly recorded to computer before
continuing scanning. (in the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode)
● If a paper jam stops feeding of the document in the Filmer Only mode, you
cannot check the images photographed to film. After clearing the paper jam,
continue scanning the document from the sheet for which the paper jam
occurred.
3
■ Count Only key lit: Count Only mode
1
Press the Count Only key on the operation panel of the scanner.
The Count Only key lamp lights to indicate the Count Only mode. The Semi-Auto
lamp of Feeding Option also lights.
2
Load the document on the document tray and press the Start key.
The document is fed and the number of pages in the document appears on the
counter display.
3
When counting ends, press the Count Only key to cancel the
Count Only mode.
MEMO
● You can set the count start value using the or key before you press the
Start key.
● To clear the count on the counter display, hold the Clear/Stop key down for
at least two seconds.
● You can use the above Count Only function to conduct a verify scan
(automatically verify the number of pages in the document during scanning).
For details on verify scan, refer to the separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver
Instructions” or “Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions.”
About Operation Modes 41
Preparing Documents
In this mode, the DR-5060F counts the number of originals in the document
without scanning them.
The number of originals in a document can be counted, for example, when the
number is unknown by setting the scanner to the Count Only mode.
About Documents
This page explains the types of documents that can be used on the scanner and
precautions when loading documents on the document tray.
Types of Documents
The scanner can accommodate documents of the following width, length and
thickness:
Width:
55 to 297 mm (2.2 x 11.7 in.)
Length:
70 to 432 mm (2.8 x 17.0 in.)
Thickness:0.06 to 0.15 mm (0.002 in. to 0.005 in.) (at manual feed: 0.05 to
0.20 mm (0.001 in. to 0.007 in.))
Follow the following guidelines when you prepare a document for scanning:
● Do not scan documents with ink still wet. If documents are scanned with ink still
wet, the inside of the scanner may become dirty. Be sure to allow wet ink on
documents to dry before they are scanned.
● If you scan a document written in pencil, the letters may disappear as the
document is fed through the scanner or graphite from the surface of the
document may transfer to and stain the scanning rollers. Before you scan these
kind of documents, make a copy on a copier and then scan the copy. If you
have scanned a document written in pencil or some other soft writing materials
by mistake, be sure to clean the scanning rollers after scanning. (See
“Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers” P. 75)
● If you scan thin paper in the duplex mode, ink printed on one side may be
legible on the other side. If this happens, adjust the brightness.
● If you scan a slippery surface document, friction may cause a feed error to
occur. If this happens, slide the paper feed adjustment lever (See “Paper Feed
Adjustment” P. 36) to adjust paper feed.
● To avoid paper jams, damage to documents and scanner malfunction, do not
feed the following types of paper into the scanner. If you want to scan these
types of paper, first make a copy on a copier and then scan the copy.
42 About Documents
Wrinkled or creased
paper
Carbon-backed paper
Curled paper
Coated paper
Torn paper
Onion skin or other thin
paper
Paper with clips or
staples
Paper with binding holes
MEMO
● Documents comprising pages of differing thickness and size may cause a
malfunction during feeding.
● Heavily curled documents or wrinkled or creased paper may cause
erroneous double feed detection.
● Documents containing text or pictures within 5 mm (0.1 in.) from its edges or
documents with a color background may cause erroneous skew detection or
automatic size detection.
Document Loading Precautions
Observe the following cautions when loading documents on the scanner’s
document tray:
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
● Do not load documents beyond the
mark on the document tray. Doing so
might cause a paper jam. As a rough guideline, the maximum amount of
documents that can be stacked on the document tray is about 500 sheets of
PPC A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.)-size paper (80 g/m2 or 20-lb. bond), or about 200
sheets of paper larger than A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.).
● If the document tray does not rise after loading documents on the document
tray and you hear a clicking sound, a probable cause is that the document
stack weight is heavier than specified even if the load is lower than specified
mark on the document tray). Reduce the number of pages to load
(below the
on the document tray, and try scanning again.
Small Size:
When A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.) or smaller size
documents are loaded
Large Size:
When documents larger than A4/(11.5 x 16.3
in.) size are loaded
● Be sure to use both hands when adjusting the document guides.
About Documents 43
3
Preparing Documents
● Before you load the document on the scanner, be sure to tap the document
sheets on a desk, for example, so that the edges of the sheets are aligned.
● Load documents on the document tray face up.
● Load documents so that their top edges are inserted as far as possible into the
scanner.
Setting Scan Conditions
This page explains the functions that can be set on the function keys, Feeding
Option key, and brightness key on the operation panel.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function keys
Backup
Space/Trailer
E
FILM
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Brightness key
Feeding Option key
The following functions can be set on the operation panel:
● Setting brightness (Brightness key)
Adjust the brightness at which the document is scanned. This setting is
disabled for the density at which images are photographed on the filmer.
(See “Brightness key” P. 16)
● Setting the feeding option (Feeding Option key)
Set the feeding operation for the document. (See “Selecting the Feeding
Option” P. 45)
● Setting the function keys (Function keys)
Use settings or functions pre-stored to function keys by pressing the desired
function key. (See “Setting the function keys” P. 52)
● Setting in the user mode (Brightness key)
Of the DR-5060F’s basic settings, this mode (user mode) can be set by the
user. (See “Setting in the User mode” P. 56)
MEMO
Only some of the scanner conditions are available as functions on the
operation panel in the Backup and Scanner Only modes. Details of scan
conditions are set on the application. For details, refer to the separate “ISIS/
TWAIN Driver Instructions” or “Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions.”
44 Setting Scan Conditions
Selecting the Feeding Option
The procedure for feeding a document varies according to which feed mode is set.
You can choose from the following four feed modes using the Feeding Option key.
● Remote
In this mode, all of the Feeding Option lamps are out. This mode is enabled in
the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode. In this mode, start and end of
scanning are performed entirely on the application, and scanning is started
when start of scanning is instructed on the application with the document
placed on the document tray.
● Auto
In the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode, scanning is automatically started
by placing a document on the document tray after instructing start of scanning
on the application. In the Filmer Only mode, scanning is automatically started
by Selecting “Auto” and placing a document on the document tray. If you place
the next document on the document tray after the first placed document has
finished being scanned, scanning is automatically continued.
● Manual
Use this mode to scan documents that are not fed well when placed as an
entire stack, for example, documents of paper quality that is more likely to
cause double feed. In this mode, you load the document one page at a time.
When you select Manual, the document tray rises. In the Backup mode or
Scanner Only mode, first instruct start of scanning on the application, and then
place the document one sheet at a time on the document tray to scan the
document. In the Filmer Only mode, select Manual, select Manual, and then
place the document one sheet at a time on the document tray to scan the
document.
Setting Scan Conditions 45
3
Preparing Documents
● Semi-Auto
In this mode, the Start key turns green when start of scanning is instructed on
the application. In the Filmer Only mode, the Start key turns green when SemiAuto is selected, and scanning is started by pressing the Start key after placing
the document on the document tray.
If you place the next document on the document tray after the first placed
document has finished being scanned, scanning is continued by pressing the
Start key.
■ Remote
1
2
Press the Feeding Option key to turn all lamps out.
Load the document face up on the document tray with its top edge
inserted first into the scanner.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
3
Set the document guides for the width of the document you are
going to scan.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
4
5
Instruct start of scanning in the application.
The document tray rises, and scanning begins. The document tray
is lowered when scanning of all pages in the document ends.
CAUTION
If the document tray does not rise and you hear a clicking sound, a probable
cause is that the document stack weight is heavier than specified even if the
mark on the document tray). Reduce
load is lower than specified (below the
the number of pages to load on the document tray, and try scanning again.
(See “Document Loading Precautions” P. 43)
6
If there are more pages in the document to scan, load the
document and instruct start of scanning in the application.
46 Setting Scan Conditions
■ Semi-Auto
1
Press the Feeding Option key on the operation panel to light
[Semi-Auto].
2
Load the document face up on the document tray with its top edge
inserted first into the scanner.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Set the paper guides for the width of the document you are going
to scan.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
4
If the scanner is in the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode,
instruct start of scanning from the application.
The Start key changes color from red to green.
5
6
Press the Start key.
The document tray rises, and scanning begins. The document tray
is lowered when scanning of all pages in the document ends.
CAUTION
If the document tray does not rise and you hear a clicking sound, a probable
cause is that the document stack weight is heavier than specified even if the
mark on the document tray). Reduce
load is lower than specified (below the
the number of pages to load on the document tray, and try scanning again.
(See “Document Loading Precautions” P. 43)
7
If there are more pages in the document to scan, load the
document and press the Start key. To end scanning in the Backup
mode or Scanner Only mode, press the Clear/Stop key.
Setting Scan Conditions 47
3
Preparing Documents
3
■ Auto
1
Before you press the Feeding Option key on the operation panel
to light [Auto] lamp, place one sheet of the document on the
document tray and set the paper guide for the width of the
document you are going to scan.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
NOTE
If Feeding Option is set to [Auto] in the Filmer Only mode, scanning is started
once the sensor detects the document placed on the document tray. Before you
press the Feeding Option key on the operation panel to light [Auto] lamp, set
the paper guide for the width of the document you are going to scan.
2
Remove any pages from the document tray, and press the Feeding
Option key to light the [Auto] lamp.
3
If the scanner is in the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode,
instruct start of scanning from the application.
The Start key changes color from red to green.
MEMO
Details of scan conditions are set on the application. For details, refer to the
separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Instructions” or “Scanning Utility 5060
Instructions.”
4
Load the document face up on the document tray with its top edge
inserted first into the scanner.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
48 Setting Scan Conditions
5
The document tray automatically rises, and scanning begins. The
document tray is lowered when scanning of all pages in the
document ends.
CAUTION
If the document tray does not rise after loading documents on the document
tray and you hear a clicking sound, a probable cause is that the document
stack weight is heavier than specified even if the load is lower than specified
mark on the document tray). Reduce the number of pages to load
(below the
on the document tray, and try scanning again.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
Sensor
Scanning will not start if the document is loaded beforehand. In this case, either
press the Start key, or remove the document and then load it again.
If a system error or paper jam stops feeding of the document during scanning,
clear the paper jam, and then check that the image of the last ejected page of
the document is correctly transferred to computer before continuing scanning.
6
If there are more documents to scan, load the document, and
scanning begins automatically. To end scanning in the Backup
mode or Scanner Only mode, press the Clear/Stop key.
Setting Scan Conditions 49
3
Preparing Documents
NOTE
When the Feeding Option key is set to “Auto”, the sensor at the location in the
figure below automatically detects the document to start scanning.
If the sensor is obstructed after start of scanning is instructed, the DR-5060F
mistakenly judges that a document has been loaded, and the document tray
automatically starts to move. So, prevent the sensor from being obstructed by
objects other than documents.
■ Manual
Use this mode to scan documents that are not fed well (e.g. paper quality that is
more likely to cause double feed). In this mode, you load the document one page
at a time with the Feeding Option key set to “Manual.
1
Before you press the Feeding Option key on the operation panel
to light [Manual] lamp, place one sheet of the document on the
document tray and set the paper guide for the width of the
document you are going to scan.
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
NOTE
If Feeding Option is set to [Manual] in the Filmer Only mode, scanning is
started once the sensor detects the document placed on the document tray.
Before you press the Feeding Option key on the operation panel to light
[Manual] lamp, set the paper guide for the width of the document you are going
to scan.
2
Remove any pages from the document tray, and press the Feeding
Option key to light the [Manual] lamp.
The document tray rises.
CAUTION
Take care not to nip your fingers in the document tray.
50 Setting Scan Conditions
3
If the scanner is in the Backup mode or Scanner Only mode,
instruct start of scanning from the application.
MEMO
Details of scan conditions are set on the application. For details, refer to the
separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Instructions” or “Scanning Utility 5060
Instructions.”
4
Load one sheet on the document tray up face up with its top edge
inserted into the scanner.
The document is scanned.
3
Preparing Documents
5
6
Insert the document one page at a time.
To end scanning, press the Stop key.
MEMO
When scanning ends the document tray remains at the raised position. To
return the document tray to its original position, press the Feeding Option key
and then select any key other than [Manual].
Setting Scan Conditions 51
Function Key Settings
Twelve function keys are located at the top of the operation panel. The following
functions can be registered to these keys. Pressing a specific key calls up the
function registered to that key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function keys
Backup
Space/Trailer
E
FILM
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
The following settings can be registered to the function keys. Functions are
registered to function keys in the application. For details on how to register
settings to function keys, refer to the separate “ISIS/TWAIN Driver Instructions” or
“Scanning Utility 5060 Instructions.”
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Manual Thickness Adjustment (See P. 53)
Fixed Thickness Mode (See P. 54)
Double Feed Detection (See P. 54)
Imprinter (See P. 55)
Film Density (See P. 55)
Odometer Indication (See P. 55)
Page Address Indication (See P. 55)
File Address Indication (See P. 55)
Restore Memorized Setting (See P. 55)
MEMO
● Default settings are as follows:
Function key 1: Manual Thickness Adjustment
Function key 2: Fixed Thickness Mode
Function key 3: Double Feed Detection
Function key 4: Not registered
Function key 5: Not registered
Function key 6: Not registered
● Details of functions registered to each function key are saved on the
scanner. Note that these details will revert to their defaults if the scanner is
submitted for repair.
52 Setting Scan Conditions
■ Manual Thickness Adjustment
This scanner is initially set to automatically detect the thickness of paper during
scanning. This function, however, may not function properly when scanning
extremely thick or thin paper. If this happens, the user must manually adjust the
paper thickness so that documents are fed smoothly through the scanner.
The procedure for manually adjusting the paper thickness is as follows:
1
Press the function key to which Manual Thickness Adjustment is
registered (default is function key 1).
The function key blinks, and “Adj” appears blinking on the counter display. The
Semi-Auto lamp at Feeding Option lights, and the Start key blinks green.
Scanner
3
A
2
Load one sheet from the document to be scanned on the
document tray, and press the Start key.
This scans the document, and the paper thickness is displayed on the brightness
indicator.
MEMO
The paper thickness displayed on the indicator is not an accurate paper
thickness, but serves as an aid when adjusting the paper thickness.
3
Press the
or
key to adjust the paper thickness.
Pressing the or key moves the indicator display to the left and right, respectively.
To set a thicker paper setting, press the key. To set a thinner paper setting, press
the key. The paper thickness can be adjusted in 13 steps.
4
Press the blinking function key again.
This sets the paper thickness, and resets the counter display.
MEMO
● To enable the value set in the above procedure, you must set Fixed
Thickness Mode (See “Fixed Thickness Mode” P. 54).
● The paper thickness can also be adjusted in the application. When the paper
thickness has been adjusted on both the scanner operation panel and in the
application, priority is given to the last made setting.
Setting Scan Conditions 53
Preparing Documents
MEMO
To cancel the manual paper thickness adjustment function, press the blinking
key or the Stop key.
■ Fixed Thickness Mode
This unit scans while detecting the paper thickness and automatically adjusting
the paper thickness setting. However, when scanning extremely thick or thin
paper documents, the automatic adjustment functions less effectively, resulting
in paper jams.
Paper jams in this instance can be prevented by setting the paper thickness to
a fixed setting.
The paper thickness is set by “Manual Thickness Adjustment” (See “Manual
Thickness Adjustment” P. 53).
Pressing the function key to which the “fixed thickness mode” is registered
(default: function key 2) lights the function key lamp.
To return to automatic detection of paper thickness, press the key to which the
Fixed Thickness mode is registered to turn the lamp OFF.
■ Double Feed Detection
This scanner has a “double feed detection” function. This function memorizes
the thickness and length of the first document sheet to be used as the standard
document during continuous scanning, and automatically detects a double feed
(simultaneous feeding of two or more pages), and displays an error when a
double feed is detected.
Pressing the function key to which “double-feed detection” is registered (default:
function key 3) lights the function key lamp and turns double feed detection
ON.
To disable double feed detection, press the key to which double feed detection
is registered to turn the lamp OFF.
NOTE
● A double feed error occurs when a stack of different-size or -thickness
originals is fed. Be sure to turn double-feed detection OFF.
MEMO
● As the first document sheet is used as the standard for detecting double
feed, double feed may not be detected if the first document sheet is doublefed. Check the scanned image to see if the first document sheet was fed and
scanned correctly.
● Double feed detection is not possible on documents having a width of 130
mm (5.1 in.) or less.
● A double feed is automatically judged and an error message displayed when
an original 5 cm (2.0 in.) longer than the standard document or an original
1.5 times thicker or more than the standard document is detected.
● A double feed is automatically judged and an error code displayed when the
stack of documents contains a document 5 cm (2.0 in.) or more shorter than
the reference length.
● When the double feed function is set to ON by a function key, double feed is
detected by both the document length and thickness. Detection of double
feed by either document length or document thickness cannot be set to
function keys.
Though this function can be set in the driver or the application, the function
key does not light in this case. The function key lights when detection of
double feed by both document length and thickness are both set.
● The double feed detection settings are reset when the power is turned OFF.
54 Setting Scan Conditions
■ Imprinter
When the optional imprinter is installed on the scanner, you can select whether
or not to use the imprinter by a function key.
To enable use of the imprinter, press the function key to which the imprinter is
registered, and scan the document with the key lamp lit.
To disable use of the imprinter, scan the document with the key lamp out.
■ Film Density
Select the photographic density of the film within the range -3 to +3, and
register it to a function key. Normally, “0” is set as the film density.
MEMO
The density must sometimes be adjusted according to the film or developer you
are using. For details, contact a Canon service department.
■ Odometer Indication
■ Page Address Indication
If you press the function key to which page address indication is registered, the
function key lamp blinks, and the counter display indicates “-P-”. This display
then changes to indicate the page address of the currently loaded camera unit.
The page address is indicated within the range 00000 to 99999, and the page
address numerical value is held in DR-5060F memory even if the camera unit
is replaced or the main unit is turned OFF. To clear the page address indication,
hold down the Clear/Stop function key for about two seconds with the page
address displayed. The file address is also cleared by this operation.
■ File Address Indication
If you press the function key to which file address indication is registered, the
function key lamp blinks, and the counter display indicates “-F-”. This display
then changes to indicate the file address of the currently loaded camera unit.
The file address is indicated within the range 00000 to 99999, and the file
address numerical value is held in DR-5060F memory even if the camera unit
is replaced or the main unit is turned OFF. To clear the file address indication,
hold down the Clear/Stop function key for about two seconds with the file
address displayed. The page address is also cleared by this operation.
■ Restore Memorized Setting
Different settings can be registered to each of the function keys, so that you
can store settings matched to specific originals.
To use registered scanner settings, press the key to which the desired scanner
settings are registered, and the document with the key lamp lit.
Setting Scan Conditions 55
3
Preparing Documents
If you press the function key to which odometer indication is registered, the
function key lamp lights, and the counter display indicates “-odo-”. This display
then changes to indicate the odometer level of the currently loaded camera
unit. The odometer level is indicated within the range 00000 to 65535, and the
odometer level numerical value is held in DR-5060F memory even if the
camera unit is replaced or the main unit is turned OFF. To reset the odometer
indication, hold down the Clear/Stop function key for about two seconds with
the odometer level displayed.
Setting in the User Mode
The DR-5060F allows you to select which of the following setup items is used as
the user mode.
Details are available on how to set the user mode. (See “How to Set the User
Mode” P. 58)
■ User Mode Setup Items
Operation panel buzzer setting
Sets whether or not to sound the buzzer when pressing keys on the operation
panel.
U1-0: Do not sound buzzer during key operation.
U1-1: Sound buzzer during key operation. (default)
Document detection setting
Sets the detection method when automatically detecting the document width.
U2-0: Detect document width by document width.
U2-1: Detect document width by paper guide width. (default)
Skew detection setting
Sets detection of skew when the document has skewed.
U3-0: Do not detect document skew. (default)
U3-1: Detect document skew, and stop document feed.
U3-2: Detect document skew, and stop document feed.
(excluding manual mode)
SCSI synchronization setting
Sets transfer of synchronization with the SCSI card.
U4-0: Do not transfer SCSI synchronization.
U4-1: Transfer SCSI synchronization (default)
Bar code setting
Set operation when a bar code is detected.
U5-0: Do not sound buzzer during bar code reading.
U5-1: Sound buzzer during bar code reading. (default)
U6-0: Output START/STOP codes in Codabar bar code in lower case.
(default)
U6-1: Output START/STOP codes in Codabar bar code in upper case.
U7-0:
U7-1:
U7-2:
U7-3:
Do not verify bar code.
Verify bar code once. (default)
Verify bar code twice.
Verify bar code three times.
56 Setting Scan Conditions
Count Only mode setting (See “Count Only key lit: Count Only mode” P. 41)
Sets use of the imprinter/endorser in the Count Only mode.
U8-0: Do not use imprinter/endorser in Count Only mode. (default)
U8-1: Use imprinter/endorser in Count Only mode.
Endorser stamp mode setting
Sets the endorser mode.
U9-0: Use the endorser in the check mode. (default)
U9-1: Use the endorser in the A4 mode.
Space feed setting
Sets the space feed amount. Set in 5 mm (0.2 in.) increments within the range
5 mm to 1500 mm (0.2 in. to 58.5 in.).
U11– –: (default: 10 mm (0.39 in.))
Trailer setting
Sets the trailer film feed amount. Set in 100 mm (3.9 in.) increments within the
range 500 mm to 3000 mm (19.5 x 117 in.).
U13– –: (default: 1500 mm (58.5 in.))
Film end detection amount setting
Sets the film end detection amount. Set in 100 mm (3.9 in.) increments within
the range 1500 mm to 2100 mm (58.5 in. to 81.9 in.).
U14– –: (default: 1500 mm (58.5 in.))
MEMO
The setting value for the film end detection amount is for when Canon CK III
film (5 mm (0.2 in.) thick) is used. Double this setting value when 2.5 mm (0.1
in.) film is used.
Backup mode setting
Sets use of the Scanner Only mode.
U15-0: Scanner Only mode disabled
U15-1: Scanner Only mode enabled (default)
MEMO
● Setup items U5 to U9 are available only when the corresponding optional
device is attached.
● For setup items U11 to U14, “-” is displayed at the end of the setting value.
(See “How to Set the User mode” P. 58)
Setting Scan Conditions 57
3
Preparing Documents
Leader feed setting
Sets the leader film feed amount. Set in 100 mm (3.9 in.) increments within the
range 500 mm to 3000 mm (19.5 x 117 in.).
U12– –: (default: 1500 mm (58.5 in.))
■ How to Set the User mode
<When the final letter of the user mode setting is a number>
Scanner
A
1
Hold down [A] key for at least five seconds.
The [A] key blinks, and the user mode appears on the counter display.
2
3
4
Select the user mode using the
or
key.
Press the [A] key to select the mode (last number) to be used.
Press the Clear/Stop key.
This sets the selected mode, and returns the counter display to the counter
display.
<When the final letter of the user mode setting is “–”>
Scanner
A
1
Hold down [A] key for at least five seconds.
The [A] key blinks, and the user mode appears on the counter display.
2
Select the user mode address using the
or
key.
For setup items U11 to U14, “-” is displayed at the end of the address.
3
4
5
6
Press the [A] key to display the setting value.
Change the setting value using the
or
key.
Press the [A] key to redisplay the user mode.
Press the Clear/Stop key.
This sets the selected mode, and returns the counter display to the counter
display.
58 Setting Scan Conditions
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes causes of trouble that
may occur on the DR-5060F and how to
remedy the trouble.
When the Scanner is Not Recognized ..... 60
Removing Paper Jams .............................. 61
Paper Feed Trouble .................................... 68
When the Scanned Image is
Not Normal ................................................. 70
When an Error Code is Displayed ............ 71
4
Troubleshooting
59
When the Scanner is Not Recognized
The following describes possible causes of your computer not recognizing the
scanner. Remedy the problem by following the remedy for the respective cause.
Cause
Remedy
The SCSI cable is not correctly connected to the computer.
Correctly connect the SCSI cable.
Cause
Remedy
The SCSI card is not correctly recognized.
Correctly connect the SCSI card referring to the SCSI card Manual.
Also, check that the SCSI card you have mounted is correctly
recognized by the OS.
How identification of the SCSI card is displayed and how to check
the SCSI card differ according to the OS you are using.
For details, refer to the manuals for the SCSI card and OS you are
using.
Cause
Remedy
The same SCSI ID (DIP switch) is used for other SCSI devices.
Set the SCSI ID for each SCSI device to a unique number. (See
“Setting the SCSI ID and Terminator” P. 22)
Cause
Remedy
The terminator is not correctly connected.
Connect the terminator to the last SCSI device on the end of the
daisy chain. Enable the terminator function if the SCSI device has a
built-in terminator function. (See “Setting the SCSI ID and
Terminator” P. 22)
Cause
Remedy
The scanner was turned ON after the computer was turned ON.
Turn both the computer and scanner OFF. Next, turn the scanner
ON and then turn the computer ON.
Cause
Remedy
The scanner is OFF.
Turn the computer OFF, turn the scanner ON and then turn the
computer ON again.
Cause
Remedy
The scanner’s power cord is disconnected from the scanner or
the AC power outlet.
Turn the computer OFF, and correctly connect the scanner’s power
cord. Then, turn the scanner ON and then turn the computer ON
again.
Cause
Remedy
The scanner does not support this SCSI card.
Replace with a SCSI card compatible with the driver application.
60 When the Scanner is Not Recognized
Removing Paper Jams
Paper may have jammed if scanning stops midway or “PXX” appears on the
counter display.
Follow the procedure below to remove jammed paper from inside the DR-5060F.
CAUTION
● Be very careful when you remove a paper jam. You may be injured
unexpectedly. For example, the paper edges may cut your figures, or the
document may be damaged.
● Remove all jammed sheets of paper. Paper scraps left inside the unit may
be drawn into the unit again, causing another paper jam or malfunction.
● When opening or closing the upper unit, take care not to nip your fingers.
Paper Jam in the Paper Eject Section
1
2
Remove the documents from the document tray and the eject tray.
Remove the removable tray or document eject support plate if
they are attached on the document eject tray. Close the document
eject tray extension if it is open.
4
Troubleshooting
3
Press the open/close button, and slightly lift up the upper unit.
When the upper unit is lifted up, the error code “C01” appears on the display.
Removing Paper Jams 61
4
Remove the jammed paper from the paper eject section.
5
Press the upper unit down firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper unit down on only one side, the opposite side will not be
fully closed. Make sure that the upper unit is firmly closed, and that the error
code “C01” on the display disappears.
62 Removing Paper Jams
Paper Jam in the Feed Section
1
2
Remove the documents from the document tray and the eject tray.
3
Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper unit.
Remove the removable tray or document eject support plate if
they are installed on the document eject tray. Close the document
eject tray extension if it is open.
Lift up the upper unit gently until it comes to a stop.
4
FILM
Troubleshooting
Space
E
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
4
Check the intermediate unit for jammed paper.
If small-size documents such as checks are jammed in the intermediate unit,
remove the unit and remove the jammed paper. (See “Removing the
Intermediate Unit” P. 66)
Backup
nual
o
i-Auto
Intermediate unit
Removing Paper Jams 63
5
Press the open/close button, and lift up the feed unit.
Gently lift up the feed unit until it comes to a stop.
Space
Backup
ount Only
ew File
g Option
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
6
Remove the jammed paper from the feed section.
File
tion
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
7
To close the feed unit, push the feed unit inwards as far as
possible, and then release the feed unit.
When you release the feed unit, it begins to slowly fall down. Do not apply
unnecessary force to push the feed unit down. Doing so might damage the
scanner.
Backup
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
64 Removing Paper Jams
8
When the feed unit has fallen as far as it can go, press down firmly
on both sides to close it.
If you press the feed unit down on only one side, the opposite side will not be
fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
ce
Backup
ly
n
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
9
Gently close the upper unit.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
4
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
If you press the upper unit down on only one side, the opposite side will not be
fully closed. Make sure that the upper unit is firmly closed, and that the error
code “C01” on the display disappears.
MEMO
The error code “C01” will not disappear unless both the upper unit and the feed
unit are fully closed. If the error code “C01” does not disappear after closing the
upper unit, check the feed unit.
Removing Paper Jams 65
Troubleshooting
10 Press the upper unit down firmly on both sides to close it.
Removing the Intermediate Unit
If small-size documents such as checks are jammed in the intermediate unit,
follow the procedure below to remove the unit and remove the jammed paper.
1
Slide the intermediate unit upwards.
2
Pull down the intermediate unit towards you, and remove the
upper pin.
3
Lift up the intermediate unit as it is to remove.
66 Removing Paper Jams
Attaching the Intermediate Unit
Follow the procedure to attach the intermediate unit that you removed in the
previous procedure.
1
Hold the intermediate unit at an angle, and hook the notches on
both sides onto the lower pins.
2
Push in the intermediate unit as far as possible with it raised
slightly off the pins.
The intermediate unit cannot be pushed in unless it is raised off the pins.
4
Troubleshooting
3
Push the intermediate unit down.
MEMO
Paper jams may occur if the intermediate unit is not attached properly.
Removing Paper Jams 67
Paper Feed Trouble
If the document is not fed properly or the detection functions do not work
smoothly, remedy the problem by following the remedies described below.
Condition
Cause and remedy
Paper jam has occurred.
● Check the document to see if the size and thickness of
the document are within the ranges supported by the
scanner, and to see if the quality of the document paper
is appropriate.
Refer to cautions on handling documents. (See “About
Documents” P. 42)
● Document slipping may be causing a paper feed error
(See “Paper Feed Adjustment” P. 36).
● The intermediate unit is not attached properly. Properly
attach the intermediate unit. (See “Attaching the
Intermediate Unit” P. 67)
● Dirty or worn rollers inside the scanner cause paper
jams.
Clean rollers if dirty (See “Cleaning the Scanning Glasses
and Rollers” P. 75).
Worn rollers must be replaced. Contact a Canon service
department.
Condition
The document tray does not rise and you hear a
clicking sound.
The weight of the loaded paper sometimes increases due to
the environment in which the document is stored. If this
happens, the weight of the paper will exceed the maximum
allowed stacked weight even if the number of stacked
sheets is below the maximum, and sometimes prevent the
document tray from rising. Reduce the number of document
sheets loaded on the document tray and scan the document
again. (See “Document Loading Precautions” P. 43)
Cause and remedy
Condition
Cause and remedy
68 Paper Feed Trouble
Double feed error occurs even though documents are
not being double-fed. (erroneous detection of double
feed)
If the size and thickness of the paper on which the Function
Sheet is copied differs from that of the document to be
scanned when the Function Sheet is used, the scanner
erroneously judges this to be a double feed, and this error
occurs. If this happens, turn double feed detection OFF, and
scan the document again. Or, copy the Function Sheet on
paper of the same size and thickness as the document, and
use that copy.
Condition
Cause and remedy
Double feed cannot be detected.
Double feed detection is not possible on documents 130
mm (5.1 in.) wide or less even if double feed detection is set
to ON.
Condition
Skew error occurs even though paper is not being fed
at an angle.
This error occurs when the area 5 mm (0.2 in.) from the top
edge of the original contains text or pictures or the original
has a dark background. If this error occurs, turn skew
detection OFF and scan the document again. Or, make a
copy of the document on different paper, provide a wider
margin around the document (or lighten the background),
and scan the document again.
Cause and remedy
Condition
Cause and remedy
When the imprinter is used, the document becomes
dirty.
This is because ink is sticking to the holes on the guide
plate on the inside of the imprinter. Clean these holes with a
cotton wool bud.
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Troubleshooting
Paper Feed Trouble 69
When the Scanned Image is Not Normal
If there is a problem in the scanned image (image is not sharp or stripes appear in
the image), one of the following may be a probable cause. Check as follows and
take the appropriate remedy.
Cause
Remedy
The scanning glasses and rollers on the scanner are dirty.
Clean the scanning glasses and rollers. (See “Chapter 5 Daily
Cleaning” P. 73)
Cause
Remedy
The scan conditions are inappropriate.
Check the brightness and other scanner settings.
If the scanned image is foggy or the document is not scanned at all,
a probable cause is that brightness is set too high.
If the scanned image appears dark, a probable cause is that the
brightness is set too low.
Also, check the settings on the driver and the application in use.
Cause
Remedy
The driver or application does not run correctly.
If the document cannot be scanned correctly even if the scan
conditions are adjusted, a probable cause is that the driver or the
application is not functioning correctly.
Re-install the driver or application.
For details on how to install the driver, see the separate ISIS/
TWAIN Driver Instructions.
For details on how to install the application, see the instruction
manual for the application in use.
Cause
Remedy
Other causes
The computer may be correctly recognizing the scanner, and
scanning may not be possible with the driver and application
correctly installed. If this happens, a probable cause is that a SCSI
card not compatible with the computer is installed. This error
message is sometimes no longer output by turning synchronous
transfer in the scanner’s user mode OFF (See “Setting in the User
Mode” P. 56). If this does not rectify the problem, contact the
computer or SCSI card manufacturer.
If the above remedies do not rectify the problem, contact a Canon service
department.
70 When the Scanned Image is Not Normal
When an Error Code is Displayed
When the scanner unit malfunctions or when trouble such as a paper feed or eject
error occurs, an error code appears on the counter display of the operation panel.
The following describes error codes that appear on the counter display and how to
remedy the error.
C01
The upper unit or feed unit is open.
Close the upper unit or feed unit.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
C04
The endorser cover is open. (when endorser is installed)
Close the endorser cover.
Error codes
Cause
Remedy
d01, d02, d03
Two or more document pages were scanned simultaneously.
Press the Stop key to reset the counter to “0”. Check the document
with the scanned image, and scan the document again.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
E xx (service call error)
Unit internal error
The unit must be repaired by a service engineer. Turn the power
OFF, contact the store of purchase or a Canon service department,
and notify them of the error code.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
F01
The camera unit is not inserted. (Backup mode/Filmer mode)
Either insert the camera unit, or select the Scanner Only mode.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
F02
The camera unit does not contain film, or the film has come
away from the take-up reel. (Backup mode/Filmer mode)
Remove the camera unit, and check the film.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
F - End
The film end has been detected. (Backup mode/Filmer mode)
Remove the camera unit, and replace with new film.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
F-Err
An error has been detected with the film in the camera unit.
The lock on the release notch of the camera unit has come open.
Open the camera unit’s cover in a dark room, and check the film.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
FO8
The scanned page was not recorded.
Scan the document again from the beginning.
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Error code
Cause
Remedy
Error code
Cause
Remedy
H01
The optional imprinter’s ink cartridge is not installed.
Install the imprinter cartridge.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
H02
Endorser (option) connection error
Connect the endorser properly.
Error code
Cause
H03
The imprinter ink cartridge is not mounted, or an endorser
connection error has occurred.
Attach the ink cartridge or endorser properly.
Remedy
Error code
Cause
Remedy
J18
A document was skewed.
Remove the jammed document from the scanner, and check which
was the last scanned image.
Error code
Cause
Remedy
LP
The lamp has reached the end of its service life.
Contact a Canon service department, and replace the lamp.
Error code
Cause
U01
The number of document sheets to be scanned exceeds the
set number of sheets in the verify scan.
Two or more sheets may have been fed simultaneously when the
number of sheets is counted. Press the Stop key to reset the
counter to “0”. Check the number of sheets to see if all document
sheets have been counted, and scan the document again.
Remedy
Error code
Cause
Remedy
U02
The number of scanned document sheets is less than the set
number of sheets in the verify scan.
Two or more sheets may have been fed simultaneously when the
document is scanned. Press the Stop key to reset the counter to
“0”. Check the number of scanned images with the number of
document sheets to see if all document sheets have been correctly
scanned, and scan the document again.
Error codes
Cause
Remedy
P00, P01, P02, P04, P06, P10, P20
Scanner paper jam
Remove the jammed paper. (See “Paper Jam in the Paper Eject
Section” P. 61)
Error code
Cause
Remedy
P30
Endorser paper jam
Remove the paper jammed from inside the endorser according to
the Endorser Instructions.
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Chapter 5
Daily Cleaning
This chapter describes daily cleaning of the
scanner.
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To ensure high-quality image scanning, regularly clean the DR-5060F as
described below.
CAUTION
● Before you clean the DR-5060F, remove the camera unit, turn the DR-5060F
and computer OFF and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.
Failure to do so might cause electrical shock.
● Never clean the DR-5060F with any kind of volatile solution such as alcohol,
benzene and paint thinner. Doing so might cause fire and electrical shock, or
cause the exterior to disfigure or discolor.
● Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The
spray could penetrate below the glass, and contaminate the internal light
source and lenses.
Cleaning the Main Unit
Wipe the DR-5060F with a firmly wrung cloth moistened slightly with water or mild
detergent. Then wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
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Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers
A probable cause of stripes appearing in scanned images or dirt appearing on
scanned documents is dirt on the scanning glasses or rollers. Clean scanning
glasses and rollers regularly.
1
Turn the power switch OFF, and unplug the power cord from the
power outlet.
2
Remove the removable tray or document eject support plate on
the document eject tray if it is installed. Close the document eject
tray extension if it is open.
3
Lift up the upper unit.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
4
Use a clean, dry, soft cloth to wipe the scanning glasses.
Two scanning glasses are located on the inside of the upper unit. Wipe both of
these scanning glasses clean.
CAUTION
Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The spray
could penetrate below the glass, and contaminate the internal light source and
lenses.
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Scanning glasses
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5
Wipe the rollers with a firmly wrung cloth moistened with water or
mild detergent while rotating the rollers.
Rollers are located at the positions indicated in the figure below.
Rollers
Intermediate unit
NOTE
● Remove the intermediate unit before wiping the rollers in the intermediate
unit. (See “Removing the Intermediate Unit” P. 66)
● The drive rollers indicated in the figure below cannot be rotated by hand. If
dirty drive rollers are causing dirt to appear on the scanned document,
contact a Canon service department.
Drive rollers
6
Open the feed unit.
Space
Backup
Count Only
New File
ng Option
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
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7
Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe the scanning glasses.
Scanning glasses are located above and below in the feed unit. Wipe both of
these scanning glasses clean.
CAUTION
Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The spray
could penetrate below the glass, and contaminate the internal light source and
lenses.
Scanning glasses
8
Wipe the rollers with a firmly wrung cloth moistened with water or
mild detergent while rotating the rollers.
Rollers are located at the positions indicated in the figure below. Turn these
rollers in the direction of the arrows as you wipe them clean.
Rollers
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NOTE
● If a roller on the feed unit becomes loose (Figure A), re-attach it as shown in
Figure B.
● Before you return the upper unit to its original position, be sure to lower the
lever on the feed unit (Figure B). If the document is scanned with the lever at
the up position, a paper feed error will occur.
3. Lower the lever.
1. Fit into the
deeper of the
two grooves.
Backup
2. Press this part.
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
(A)
9
(B)
To close the feed unit, push the feed unit inwards as far as
possible, and then release the upper unit.
When you release the feed unit, it begins to slowly fall down. Do not apply
unnecessary force to push the feed unit down. Doing so might damage the
scanner.
Backup
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
10 When the feed unit has fallen as far as it can go, press down firmly
on both sides to close it.
If you press the feed unit down on only one side, the opposite side will not be
fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
ce
Backup
ly
n
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
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11 Gently close the upper unit.
Space
E
FILM
Backup
F
Count Only
New File
Scanner
Feeding Option
A
Manual
Auto
Semi-Auto
12 When the upper unit has fallen as far as it can go, press down
firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper unit down on only one side, the opposite side will not be
fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
MEMO
The error code “C01” will appear when the scanner is turned ON if both the
upper unit and the feed unit are not fully closed.
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NOTE
If paper jams or double-feed (simultaneously feeding of two or more document
pages) occurs frequently in spite of your having cleaned the rollers, a probable
cause is roller wear. If this is the case, replace the rollers. Contact the store of
purchase or a Canon service department.
Cleaning the Camera Unit
● Wipe the surfaces of the camera unit with a firmly wrung cloth moistened
slightly with water or mild detergent. Then wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
● Wipe the camera unit’s lens with a soft, clean cloth.
CAUTION
Take care not to scratch the lens when wiping it.
● Remove any dirt from the capstan roller with a firmly wrung cloth moistened
slightly with water or mild detergent while rotating the roller.
Capstan roller
Power Cord
If you leave the power plug connected to the power outlet for a long period of time,
dust may accumulate at the connecting section of the power outlet, and cause fire
or electrical shock. We recommend periodically cleaning the power plug.
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Imprinter Guide Plate
Ink adhering to the holes on the guide plate on the inside sometimes cause
documents to become dirty when the imprinter is used. Clean these holes with a
cotton wool bud.
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Specifications
<Scanner>
Type
Document size
Document feeding
Scanning method
Light source
Scan mode
Desktop sheet fed type
Width:
55 to 297 mm/2.2 x 11.7 in.
Length:
70 to 432 mm/2.8 x 17.0 in.
Thickness: 0.06 to 0.15 mm (0.002 in. to 0.005 in.)
(auto feeding)
0.05 to 0.20 mm (0.001 in. to 0.007 in.)
(manual feeding)
Manual/automatic/semi-auto
Contact image sensor (CMOS)
Green/red single-line LED array
Black and white, Error diffusion,
Gray scale 4/16/256 levels
Simplex/Duplex
Scanning side
Scanning resolution
(primary scanning direction x secondary scanning direction)
200 x 100 dpi
300 x 150 dpi
200 x 200 dpi
240 x 240 dpi
300 x 300 dpi
Scanning speed (A4/(11.5 x 16.3 in.)-size document)
Black and white
Simplex 200 x 200 dpi
50 sheets/min
Duplex
200 x 200 dpi
50 sheets/min
Gray scale
Simplex 200 x 200 dpi
27 sheets/min
300 x 300 dpi
15 sheets/min
Duplex
200 x 200 dpi
19 sheets/min
300 x 300 dpi
9 sheets/min
Filmer Only mode
200 x 200 dpi
50 sheets/min or equivalent
Automatic feed capacity A4 (LTR) or smaller: Max. approx. 500 sheets
(80g/m2 or 20-lb. bond)
Larger than A4 (LTR): Max. approx. 200 sheets
(80g/m2 or 20-lb. bond)
Interface
SCSI-II
Other functions
Automatic paper size detection,
Automatic paper thickness adjustment,
Document sheet count function, AE,
Double feed detection, Skew compensation,
Dropout color, Number of fed sheets counter, etc.
<Filmer>
Lens magnification
1/24, 1/57
Film type
16 mm silver halide rollfilm
Photographic modes
Simplex (1/24)
Duplex (1/57)
Scanned surface
Simplex (1/24)
Duplex (1/57)
Light source
Fluorescent lamp
Other functions
Leader/space/trailer feed, Remaining film indicator,
Film end/Near end detection, Odometer indication,
etc.
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Dimensions
with tray closed
with tray open
Weight
Power requirement
Power consumption
Noise
Operating environment
447 (H) x 535 (W) x 671 (D) mm
[17.5 (H) x 20.8 (W) x 26.1 (D) in]
486 (H) x 535 (W) x 839 (D) mm
[18.9 (H) x 20.8 (W) x 32.7 (D) in]
Approx. 48 kg (105.8 lb.)
AC 120 V (240 V in Europe) (50/60 Hz)
220 W
Less than 70 dB
Temperature: 10°C to 32.5°C (50°F to 90.5°F)
Humidity: 20% to 80%RH
Options
Camera unit 57X
This camera unit is for photographing documents in the duplex mode with the
1/57 magnification lens.
Camera unit 24X
This camera unit is for photographing documents in the simplex mode with the
1/24 magnification lens.
Endorser ED600
Attached on the main unit, this endorser stamps an 8-digit number and any
specified characters on the rear side of the document after it is scanned.
Imprinter 5000
Attached inside the main unit, this imprinter prints characters such as counter
numbers, alphabet characters and symbols on the front side of the document
while it is being scanned.
Bar code decoder 5000
This control board is mounted inside the main unit, and reads and recognizes
bar codes in the document.
NOTE
The bar code decoder cannot be mounted at the same time as the patch code/
function sheet detector. For details, contact your store of purchase or a Canon
service department.
Consumables
Microfilm CK III
● For details on options and consumables, contact your agent or a Canon service
department.
● Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Patch Code/Function Sheet Detector
This control board is mounted inside the main unit, and reads and recognizes
patch codes in the document. It also recognizes function sheets slotted in
between document sheets to automatically switch to the desired scan mode.
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