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PREFACE
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this document is
complete, accurate, and up-to-date. Oki assumes no responsibility for the results of
errors beyond its control. Oki also cannot guarantee that changes in software and
equipment made by other manufacturers and referred to in this guide will not affect
the applicability of the information in it. Mention of software products manufactured
by other companies does not necessarily constitute endorsement by Oki.
While all reasonable efforts have been made to make this document as accurate and
helpful as possible, we make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, as to
the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein.
The most up-to-date drivers and manuals are available from the Oki web site:
http://www.okieurope.com
Copyright © 2004 Oki Europe Ltd.
Oki and Microline are registered trademarks of Oki Electric Industry Company, Ltd.
Energy Star is a trademark of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
Other product names and brand names are registered trademarks or trademarks of
their proprietors.
As an Energy Star Program Participant, the manufacturer has
determined that this product meets the Energy Star guidelines for
energy efficiency.
This product complies with the requirements of the Council
Directives 89/336/EEC (EMC) and 73/23/EEC (LVD) as amended
where applicable on the approximation of the laws of the member
states relating to electromagnetic compatibility and low voltage.
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CONTENTS
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Notes, Cautions and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MFP overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front view. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Status Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paper recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi purpose tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Face down stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Face up stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Cassette tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Multi purpose tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Configuring your machine.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum Configuration Requirements. . . . . . . .
Pre-Installation Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internet Communication Features . . . . . . . .
....from the Web Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contents of each menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifying the Administrative Settings . . . . .
Explanation of filing protocols . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Printer unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer settings in Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer driver settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing preferences in Windows
applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Job Options tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
colour tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting from Windows Control Panel . . . . . . . . .
General tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading Document(s) for copying. . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the ADF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing Document(s) in the ADF . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing Document(s) on the Glass . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Document(s) via E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Document(s) to a File Server. . . . . . . . .
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanner Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A look at the User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Basic Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Consumable order details . .
Toner cartridge replacement
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Installing additional memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Order codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Memory upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Information Codes/messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Information codes during scanning
and copying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messages during Scanning and Copying . . . .
Information codes during Networking . . . . . .
Information codes during E-mailing . . . . . . .
Information codes during Filing . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing paper jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Colour Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Factors that affect the appearance of prints. . . . .
Tips for printing in colour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing photographic images . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing from Microsoft Office applications. . . .
Printing specific colours
(e.g. a company logo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the brightness or
intensity of a print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the Colour matching options . . . . . . . .
Setting the colour matching options . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Colour Swatch feature . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Colour Correct Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Oki contact details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
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NOTES, CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
NOTE
A note provides additional information to supplement the main
text.
CAUTION!
A caution provides additional information which, if
ignored, may result in equipment malfunction or
damage.
WARNING!
A warning provides additional information which, if
ignored, may result in a risk of personal injury.
ONLY USE GENUINE OKI ORIGINAL CONSUMABLES TO ENSURE THE
BEST QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE FROM YOUR HARDWARE. NON-OKI
ORIGINAL PRODUCTS MAY DAMAGE YOUR PRINTER'S PERFORMANCE
AND INVALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY. SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL TRADEMARKS ACKNOWLEDGED.
Notes, Cautions and Warnings> vi
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on choosing this Multi Function Product (MFP). It
is designed with advanced features, to give you clear, vibrant
colour prints and crisp black and white pages at high speed on a
range of office print media.
With this MFP, you can instantly scan paper-based document and
deliver the electronic image to various destinations including
email addresses, printers, ftp servers or someone else's
computer on the network.
Your MFP includes these features:
> Up to 12 pages per minute in full colour for fast printing of
high impact colour presentations and other documents.
Up to 8 copies per minute (at 300 dpi) in full colour for fast
copying.
> Up to 20 pages per minute in black and white for fast and
efficient printing of all general purpose documents not
requiring colour.
Up to 16 pages per minute (at 300 dpi) in black and white
for fast and efficient copying of all general purpose
documents not requiring colour.
> 1200 x 600dpi (dots per inch) print resolution for high
quality image production showing the finest detail.
> 600 x 600dpi (dots per inch) copy resolution.
> Single Pass colour Digital LED technology for high speed
processing of your printed pages.
> High speed USB 2.0 interface.
> “Ask Oki” – a brand new, user-friendly function that gives
a direct link from your printer driver screen (but not
always illustrated in this guide) to a dedicated web site
specific to the exact model you are using. This is where
you’ll find all the advice, assistance and support you could
need to help you get the best possible results from your
Oki printer.
> Scan to E-mail - Connected to an Ethernet network and a
SMTP server, this MFP allows you to transmit document(s)
over the internet via e-mail. With a touch of the e-mail
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key and the selection of your recipients' e-mail addresses,
the document(s) is/are first scanned and converted into
an image file, and then transmitted to remote recipients
within minutes.
> Scan to FTP - Allows you to send scanned documents to a
server or a personal computer's file folder over an intranet
with FTP (File Transfer Protocol), HTTP (Hypertext Transfer
Protocol), CIFS (Common Internet File System) protocol.
The scan to filing feature removes the need for the mail
server to handle large attachments.
> Digital Copying - An intuitive control panel, makes digital
copying fast and easy.
> Network/PC Printing - When connected to a Network, The
MFP is able to perform network or PC printing (available in
“Scan-to-Mode”.
> Multiple Pages Sending: - With the Auto Document Feeder,
the MFP allows a stack of up to 50 page document(s) to be
continuously scanned.
> Address Book/Profiles Managing: - This provides a
convenient way to manage all the e-mail addresses and
profiles (filing destinations). Simply typing the machine's
IP address in the URL field of your browser, the MFP web
page will be prompted. This web page allows you to create
up to 100 e-mail addresses and several filing destinations
to manage your document.
The following optional feature is available:
> Additional memory, to allow printing of more complex
pages.
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MFP OVERVIEW
FRONT VIEW
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Output stacker, face
down.
Standard printed copy
delivery point. Holds up
to 250 sheets at 80g/m².
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Multi purpose feeder (shown closed).
Used for feeding heavier paper stocks,
envelopes and other special media. Also
for manual feeding of single sheets when
required.
2.
Multi purpose tray release
buttons (press).
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Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Unit.
3.
Status Panel. Status LEDs
and operator buttons.
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Front Cover release (lift).
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Paper tray.
Standard blank paper
tray. Holds up to 300
sheets of 80g/m² paper.
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LCD Display.
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ADF Paper Tray.
10. ADF Paper Support.
11. Document Cover.
12. Control Panel.
13. Lock/Unlock lever
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REAR VIEW
This view shows the connection panel and the rear output
stacker.
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14. ADF Cable.
19. AC power socket.
15. ON/OFF Power switch.
20. Rear, face up, 100 sheet stacker.
16. DC power socket.
21. Network Connector.
17. ADF Connector.
22. Interconnection Socket.
18. USB interface.
23. Flush interconnection cable.
WARNING!
Only use the AC adapter supplied with this MFP. The use
of any other AC adapter may cause electric shock or fire.
When the rear paper stacker is folded down, paper exits through
the rear of the printer and is stacked here face up. This is mainly
used for heavy print media. When used in conjunction with the
multi purpose feed tray, the paper path through the printer is
essentially straight. This avoids bending the paper around curves
in the paper path and enables feeding of up to 203g/m² media.
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THE CONTROL PANEL
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Copy Area
1. Zoom
Used to increase or decrease scaling in 1%
increments up to 400% and down to -25%.
A further choice of scaling can be made from
preset percentages.
2. Copy Quality
Used to select copy quality.
3. Copy Density
Used to change the density level.
4. Copy Count
Used to enter copy quantity or e-mail address.
LCD and Function Area
5. Copy Count
Indicates the number of copies selected.
6. Copy Mode
Used to select copy mode.
7. Scan Mode
Used to select the Scan-to mode (also the
default working mode).
8. Additional
Settings
Used to execute the additional settings of "Copy"
and "Scan to" mode. (The settings are available
only for three minutes. After three minutes, the
settings will automatically return to the default
value).
9. Up/Down/Left/
Right Keys
Used to move the cursor in the LCD up/down/
left/right. The up/down keys are used to switch
function indication. The left key is used to return
to the upper level of the setting. The right key is
used to go to the lower level of the setting.
10. OK/Select
Used to select and confirm current setting
selections.
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11. Cancel/Return
Used to cancel selections and go back to the top
level of the setting. The key is also used to
cancel any previous input.
12. FTP Address
Used to indicate the existing FTP address for the
"Scan to" function. This key is only available in
the "Scan to" mode.
13. Address book
Used to indicate the existing E-mail address for
the "Scan to" function. This key is only available
in the "Scan to" mode.
Start and other keys
14. Menu
Select to access the menu to set up the MFP.
15. Reset
Select to change the scanner to the factory
default settings.
16. Power save
Press once to go to “sleep” mode (continuous
press is invalid).
17. Power LEDs
Power
Illuminates to indicate “power on and ready”.
Alarm
Illuminates to indicate error condition.
Sleep
Illuminates to indicate power save mode.
18. Mono
Select to send or copy document(s) in
monochrome.
19. Colour
Select to send or copy in colour.
20. Stop
Select to stop all operation (LCD indication shifts
to stand-by screen for each function). Does not
effect settings.
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THE STATUS PANEL
The Status Panel allows operator intervention and indicates both
when the printer is operating normally and when it requires
attention.
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The Status Panel incorporates 4 LEDs and 2 push-button switches
as follows:
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Power (Ready) LED (green).
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Paper LED (amber).
3.
Consumable LED (amber).
4.
Alarm LED (amber).
5.
ON LINE switch.
6.
CANCEL switch.
The switches enable printer operation while the LEDs display the
status of the printer operation.
Switches
Operation
The switches are labelled ON LINE and CANCEL and each has
three modes of operation as follows:
MODE OF
OPERATION
DESCRIPTION
Momentary press
(Press 1)
Press the switch and release it within 2 seconds of
pressing it. The operation starts immediately the
switch is released.
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MODE OF
OPERATION
DESCRIPTION
2-second press
Press the switch and release it between2 and 5
seconds after pressing it. The operation starts
immediately the switch is released (except at job
cancellation).
(Press 2)
5-second press
Press the switch and hold it for 5 seconds or more.
The operation starts 5 seconds after pressing the
switch, even if you hold it pressed for more than 5
seconds.
(Press 5)
Function
The results of operating the switches in different contexts are
summarised below.
STATUS
BEFORE
PRESSING
ONLINE SWITCH
PRESS
1
CANCEL SWITCH
PRESS PRESS
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5
PRESS 1
PRESS PRESS
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5
ON LINE
Shifts to
(idling mode) OFF LINE
Prints
Menu
Map
(*1)
Prints
Demo
Print
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OFF LINE
Shifts to
(idling mode) ON LINE
Prints
Menu
Map
(*2)
prints
Demo
Print
(*2)
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Shifts to
ON LINE
(data being OFF LINE
received,
processing or
printing)
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Cancels –
job
Requesting
Starts
manual feed, paper
no paper in
supply
MP Tray or
paper size
mismatch
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No paper in
Tray 1 or
Tray 1 open
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(*3)
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Cancels –
job
(*3)
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Cancels –
job
(*3)
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STATUS
BEFORE
PRESSING
ONLINE SWITCH
Memory
overflow or
invalid data
Recovers
from the
error and
shifts to
ON LINE
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Paper jam
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At cover
open/close
after the
waste toner
has become
full
Recognises –
the toner
has been
changed
PRESS
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CANCEL SWITCH
PRESS PRESS
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5
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PRESS 1
PRESS PRESS
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the toner
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*1: The Menu Map (or Status Page) provides details of printer settings and
status information.
*2: Shifts to ON LINE after printing has started.
*3: Executes job cancellation 2 seconds after start of switch operation (even if
the switch is held down longer).
LED displays
General
Printer status (as indicated by the LEDs) can be broadly
categorised as follows:
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Normal status: the printer is operating normally e.g. it is
ON LINE or processing.
2.
Warning status: you can continue to use the printer
without intervention but an error may result.
3.
Error status: you cannot continue to use the printer.
Intervention is required to recover from the error. Fatal
errors are irrecoverable and require a service call.
When several different status situations occur concurrently, only
the status with the highest priority is displayed on the LEDs.
Warning status combined with the highest-priority normal status
is displayed on the LEDs.
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Function
A summary of the functions of each LED is given below:
LED
FUNCTION
Power
(Ready)
Indicates POWER ON, ON LINE, OFF LINE, power saving,
data receiving, printing, job cancelling, warming up,
density adjustment/temperature adjustment in progress
Paper
Indicates paper out warning/alarm, manual feed request
Consumable
Indicates consumables life warning/alarm, consumables
installation error
Alarm
Indicates paper jam, cover open error
Illumination and meaning
To be able to indicate a large number of status situations both
individually and in combination, the LEDs are illuminated as
follows:
LED
ILLUMINATION
STATUS
Power
(Ready)
OFF
Power OFF
ON
ON LINE (idle)
Green
Blinking 1 (2S cycle)
OFF LINE (this blinking
pattern always takes place
while an error is occurring)
Blinking 2 (500mS cycle)
Data being received,
printing, warming up,
density adjustment/
temperature adjustment in
progress
Blinking 3 (120mS cycle)
Job cancelling in progress
Blinking 4 (4.5S ON and
500mS OFF)
Power saving mode
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LED
ILLUMINATION
Paper,
OFF
Consumable, ON
Alarm
(Amber)
STATUS
ON LINE
A warning is indicated
(printing possible)
Blinking 1 (2S cycle)
An error has occurred but
printing can continue if you
press the ON LINE or
CANCEL switch
Blinking 2 (500mS cycle)
An error has occurred. You
need to replace consumables
or remove jammed paper,
for example. The printer
then recovers from the error
and printing becomes
possible again
Blinking 3 (120mS cycle)
A serious error has occurred.
rebooting or a service call is
required
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GETTING STARTED
PAPER RECOMMENDATIONS
Your MFP will handle a variety of print media, including a range
of paper weights and sizes, transparencies and envelopes. This
section provides general advice on choice of media, and explains
how to use each type.
The best performance will be obtained when using standard
75~90g/m² paper designed for use in copiers and laser printers.
Suitable types are:
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Arjo Wiggins Conqueror colour Solutions 90g/m²;
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colour Copy by Neusiedler.
Use of heavily embossed or very rough textured paper is not
recommended.
Pre-printed stationery can be used, but the ink must not offset
when exposed to the high fuser temperatures used in the printing
process.
Envelopes should be free from twist, curl or other deformations.
They should also be of the rectangular flap type, with glue that
remains intact when subjected to hot roll pressure fusing used in
this type of printer. Window envelopes are not suitable.
Transparencies should be of the type designed for use in
copiers and laser printers. We strongly recommend Oki
transparencies (Order No. 01074101). In particular, avoid office
transparencies designed for use by hand with marker pens.
These will melt in the fuser and cause damage.
Labels should also be of the type recommended for use in
copiers and laser printers, in which the base carrier page is
entirely covered by labels. Other types of label stock may
damage the printer due to the labels peeling off during the
printing process. Suitable types are:
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Avery White Laser Label types 7162, 7664, 7666 (A4),
or 5161 (Letter);
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Kokuyo A693X series (A4) or A650 (B5).
Business cards recommended are produced by Oki (Order
No. 09002985).
Getting Started> 17
CASSETTE TRAY
Size
Dimensions
A6
105 x 148mm
A5
148 x 210mm
B5
182 x 257mm
Weight (g/m²)
Executive
184.2 x 266.7mm
Light64-74g/m²
A4
210 x 297mm
Medium75-90g/m²
Letter
215.9 x 279.4mm
Heavy91-120g/m²
Legal 13in.
216 x 330mm
Legal 13.5in.
216 x 343mm
Legal 14in.
216 x 356mm
If you have identical paper stock loaded in the multi purpose tray,
you can have the printer automatically switch to the other tray
when the current tray runs out of paper. When printing from
Windows applications, this function is enabled in the driver
settings. When printing from other systems, this function is
enabled in the Print Menu.
MULTI PURPOSE TRAY
The multi purpose tray can handle the same media sizes as the
cassette trays but in weights of 75g/m² to 203g/m². For very
heavy paper stock, use the face up (rear) paper stacker. This
ensures that the paper path through the printer is almost
straight.
The multi purpose tray can feed paper widths as small as 105mm
and lengths up to 1200mm (banner printing).
For paper lengths exceeding 356mm (Legal 14in.) use paper
stock between 90g/m² and 128g/m² and the face up (rear) paper
stacker.
Use the multi purpose tray for printing on envelopes and
transparencies. Up to 50 sheets of transparencies or 10
envelopes can be loaded at one time, subject to a maximum
stacking depth of 10mm.
Paper or transparencies should be loaded print side up and top
edge into the printer.
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FACE DOWN STACKER
The face down stacker on the top of the printer can hold up to
250 sheets of 80g/m² standard paper and can handle paper
stocks up to 120g/m². Pages printed in reading order (page 1
first) will be sorted in reading order (last page on top, facing
down).
FACE UP STACKER
The face up stacker at the rear of the printer should be opened
and the tray extension pulled out when required for use. In this
condition paper will exit via this path, regardless of driver
settings.
The face up stacker can hold up to 100 sheets of 80g/m²
standard paper, and can handle stocks up to 203g/m².
Always use this stacker and the multi purpose feeder for paper
stocks heavier than 120g/m².
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LOADING PAPER
CASSETTE TRAY
1.
Remove the paper tray from the printer.
2.
Fan the paper to be loaded at the edges (1) and in the
middle (2) to ensure that all sheets are properly separated,
then tap the edges of the stack on a flat surface to make it
flush again (3).
1
2
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3
3.
Load the paper (for letter headed paper load face down
with top edge towards the front of the printer).
1
4.
2
Adjust the rear stopper (1) and paper guides (2) to the
size of paper being used.
To prevent paper jams:
•
Do not leave space between the paper and the guides
and rear stopper.
•
Do not overfill the paper tray. Capacity depends on the
type of paper stock.
•
Do not load damaged paper.
•
Do not load paper of different sizes or types at the
same time.
•
Do not pull the paper tray out during printing.
•
Close the paper tray gently.
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5.
For face down printing, make sure the face up (rear)
stacker (3) is closed (the paper exits from the top of the
printer). Stacking capacity is approximately 250 sheets,
depending on paper weight.
6.
For face up printing, make sure the face up (rear)
stacker (3) is open and the paper support (4) is extended.
Paper is stacked in reverse order and tray capacity is
approximately 100 sheets, depending on paper weight.
7.
Always use the face up (rear) stacker for heavy paper
(card stock etc.).
3
4
CAUTION!
Do not open or close the rear paper exit while printing as it may result
in a paper jam.
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MULTI PURPOSE TRAY
1.
Open the multi purpose tray and press gently down on the
paper platform (1) to ensure it is latched down.
1
3
2
2.
3.
Load the paper and adjust the paper guides (2) to the size
of paper being used.
•
When printing on headed paper load the paper into the
multi purpose tray with pre-printed side up and top
edge into the printer.
•
Envelopes should be loaded face up with top edge to
the left and short edge into the printer.
•
Do not exceed the paper capacity of about 50 sheets or
10 envelopes. Maximum stacking depth is 10mm.
Press the tray latch button (3) inwards to release the
paper platform, so that the paper is lifted and gripped in
place.
Set the correct paper size for the multi purpose tray in the Media
Menu.
NOTE:
Before closing the Multi Purpose Tray, Paper platform (1) must
be latched down.
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CONFIGURING YOUR MACHINE....
MINIMUM CONFIGURATION REQUIREMENTS
To make the best of this MFP, the following configuration is
required:
To send e-mails:
> TCP/IP network.
> A SMTP and a optional POP3 server.
To file document(s) via intranet
> FTP, HTTP, or CIFS Protocol environment.
> Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows Me,
Windows XP, HTTP or FTP server.
PRE-INSTALLATION INFORMATION
The MFP has to be setup properly on your network to perform
scan to e-mail and scan to FTP functions. In order for other
network devices to find the MFP on the network, the following
network parameters have to be set.
1.
DHCP enable:
IP Address: .
2.
Subnet mask:
.
.
.
3.
Gateway IP:
.
.
.
4.
DNS server:
.
.
.
5.
SMTP server:
.
.
.
6.
SMTP port:
25
7.
POP3 server:
.
.
.
8.
POP3 Port:
110
.
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.
Explanation:
1.
DHCP Enable:
Choose Yes to obtain IP/subnet/gateway addresses
automatically from DHCP server. After changing setting
from Disable to Enable, switch scanner module power OFF
then ON.
2.
IP Address:
The Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to your
machine by your network administrator.
3.
Subnet Mask:
The net mask address assigned by your network
administrator.
4.
Gateway IP:
The gateway IP address assigned by your network
administrator.
5.
SMTP Server:
The IP address of your SMTP Mail Server assigned by your
network administrator.
6.
SMTP Port:
The port number of your SMTP Mail Server.
7.
DNS server:
The IP address of DNS Server assigned by your network
administrator.
8.
POP3 Server:
The IP address of your POP3 server.
9.
POP3 Port
The port number of your POP3 Server.
Enter the DNS name, or IP and port number of your POP3
server if your mail server requires POP3 authentication,
before sending e-mails from the machine.
NOTE:
1. DHCP server: With DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol), a host can automatically be given a unique IP
address each time it connects to a network--making IP
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address management an easier task for network
administrators. If the DHCP server is available from your
network, you do not need to enter TCP/IP, subnet mask,
gateway, and DNS information. Instead, this information
will be automatically given for the MFP.
2. IP Address: An IP (Internet Protocol) address uniquely
identifies a host connection to an IP network. System
administrator or network designer assigns the IP address.
The IP address consists of two parts, one identifying the
network and the one identifying your node. The IP address
is usually written as four numbers separated by periods.
Each number can be zero to 255. For example,
10.1.30.186 could be an IP address.
3. SMTP: (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is the main
communication protocol used to send and receive e-mail
on the Internet.
4. DNS: (Domain Name System). The DNS server identifies
hosts via names instead of IP addresses. If the DNS server
is available on your network, you can enter the domain
name instead of digits for your SMTP or POP3 servers,
such as Pegasus.com.tw instead of 120.3.2.23.
5. POP3: POP3 is the latest Post Office Protocol 3, this is a
service that stores and serves e-mails for various client
machines that are not connected to the Internet 24 hours
a day. E-mails are held in POP3 until you log on.
INTERNET COMMUNICATION FEATURES
Scan to E-mail
The MFP allows you to deliver your scanned document to e-mail
addresses on the network. The document is first scanned and
converted to a standard PDF, JPEG, TIFF, or MTIF (Multi-page
TIFF) file format and then transmitted to remote recipients
simultaneously as an e-mail attachment.
When you send an e-mail to someone using this MFP it uses
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to transfer your outgoing emails to your SMTP mail server, and then send these e-mails to
your recipients through the internet.
Scan to FTP
Via the intranet with FTP (File Transfer Protocol), HTTP
(Hypertext Transfer Protocol), or CIFS (Common Internet File
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System). The MFP allows you to save scanned document directly
to a designated server or a personal computer on the network in
a standard PDF, JPEG, TIFF, or MTIFF file format.
CIFS is the sharing system of Microsoft Windows. What is unique
about this filing function is that it allows all corporate users to
share one machine to send documents to each file folder on a
designated server or individual computer.
There are three methods of configuring your machine:
1.
From the control panel.
2.
From the MFP's web page.
3.
From the MFP’s Management Utilities (please refer to the
user's manual of the Network Setup Tool on the CD-ROM
supplied.
The following settings or destinations must be defined by the
system administrator before the MFP can be used to distribute
any scanned document(s) on the network.
> Network and E-mail parameters: Defines the parameters
for TCP/IP, SMTP, and POP3 protocols to send your
scanned document to e-mail addresses.
> Filing destinations: Defines the protocols and destinations
to send your scanned document to FTP servers, web, or
any personal computers on the network.
Note:
1. If the system administrator has chosen DHCP, then the IP
address of TCP/IP, gateway, subnet mask, and DNS server
will be automatically given.
2. When installing the MFP for the first time, it is
recommended that the Administrator retain the default
system settings. The settings can be customized at a later
date, once you are familiar with the operation and
functionality.
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....FROM THE WEB PAGE
1.
Type the IP address of the MFP in the URL field of your
browser and then press Enter. The MFP web page appears.
For example: http://192.32.35.10
2.
Click each item on the menu and enter the relevant value.
NOTE:
The Administrative Settings are blocked by a password. It is
recommended that the system administrator creates a new
one since the machine is shipped without a specific password.
CONFIGURATION
Press Menu on the control panel, as above.
CONTENTS OF EACH MENU
Information
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Model
Displays the model name.
Serial number
Displays serial number.
F/W version
Displays firmware version.
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Printer Menu
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Tray 1 Paper Size
Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5.
Tray 1 Media Weight
Light, Medium, Heavy.
Tray 1 Media Type
Plain, Letterhead, Bond, Recycled, Rough
MP Paper Size
Letter, Legal, A4, B5, A5.
MP Media Weight
Medium, Heavy, Ultra Heavy.
MP Media Type
Plain, Letterhead, Transparency, Label, Bond,
Recycled, CardStock, Rough.
Auto Density Adjust
ON/OFF. Select to perform Auto Density
Adjustment.
Density Adjustment
Select to perform Density Adjustment.
Auto colour
Registration
Select to perform Auto colour Registration.
* Items indicated in bold text are default settings.
Network Settings
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
IP Address
The IP address of the MFP
Subnet Mask
The IP address of your subnet mask.
Gateway IP
The IP address of your gateway.
DNS Server
The IP address of your DNS server.
DHCP Enable
Select YES if you wish to enable DHCP.
Mail Server
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
SMTP Server
The IP address of your SMTP server.
SMTP Port
The port number of your SMPT server.
POP3 Server
The IP address of your POP3 server.
POP3 Port
The port number of your POP3 server.
Def. Subject
Default text for the Subject field in e-mail messages
from the MFP. Up to 64 characters are allowed. The
default subject is used only when users did not enter
anything in the Subject field in e-mail message from
the MFP.
Def. From
Default From for the From field in e-mail message
from C5510MFP. Up to 64 characters are allowed.
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Scan Size Limit
The limitation for the attachment to be sent from the
MFP.
Choice: 1MB, 3MB, 5MB, 10MB, 30MB, No limit.
Report Print
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Menu Map
Select to print Menu Map.
Demo Page
Select to print a sample page.
Job Counting
Select to print job counting.
Consumable
Remaining
Select to print information on the consumables
remaining.
Scan to Log
Report
Select to print all the "scan to" jobs.
Management
NOTE:
The Management selection is blocked by a password. Since the
machine is shipped without a specific password, it is
recommended that the administrator create a new password
to ensure security.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Password
Enter new password if the administrator wishes to
change the password. (Up to 8 alphabetical or
numerical digits are allowed to be entered in this
filed. When entering alphabetical digits, note that
they are case-sensitive.)
Scan To
Restriction
Choice: Off, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Note: The PIN ID input screen is indicated at the
time of "PIN Setting = Enable" and "Scan to
Restriction” does not equal “OFF".
Add "To" Address If "Yes" is selected, when finishing sending an eOn
mail, there will be a dialogue box inquiring whether
the user wishes to add the new e-mail address to the
machines’s address book.
Choice: Yes, No
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Pin Setting
Choice: On, Off
Note:
The PIN ID input screen is indicated at the time of
"PIN Setting=Enable" and "Scan to Restriction does
not equal OFF".
Enter four to six characters for your pin ID. A PIN ID
under four characters will be denied.
Power Saving
Select to enter power saving mode after the machine
has stopped using for a specific period.
Choice: Off, 5, 15, 30, 60, 240 minutes.
Using Language
Choose the language you prefer to show in the LCDdisplay.
Choice: Eng/Fra/Ita/Spa/Ger/Por/Dut/Dan/Swe/Nor/
Gre
SPECIFYING THE ADMINISTRATIVE SETTINGS
NOTE:
The Administrative settings are blocked by a password. Since
the machine is shipped without a specific password, it is
recommended that the administrator create a new password
to ensure security
ITEM
Management
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Choice:
Password, Scan to Restriction, Add "To" Addr. On",
Pin Setting, Power Saving, Using Language, Scan-to
Log Report.
Scan-to Profiles
Create some temperate profiles of the filing
destinations which the scanned image resides.
Address Book
Set up a list of e-mail address to send your scanned
image with the web page or the Network Setup Tool.
Note:
The address book can not be assigned on the Control
Panel.
Logout
Exit the Administrative Settings.
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Scan-to Profile Settings
NOTE:
The settings can only be done through the web page or the
Network Setup Tool. It can not be set up on the Control Panel.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION OR CHOICE
Protocol
Choose the protocol required to store your scanned
image.
Choice: *FTP, *HTTP, *CIFS
Target *URL
Enter the directory for the scanned document.
Note:
The directory is different due to the protocol. The
route starts from the root directory in FTP, HTTP, and
CIFS. For example, ftp://, http://, and file:\\.
Port
If the port number for the protocol is different from
the default, enter the port number in this field.
Default settings: FTP:21, HTTP:80, CIFS:139
File name
Enter file name for the scanned image.
Or you can type #Y#M#D#h#m#s#n to make file
name change with time. (Y, M, D, h, m, d and n
represent year, month, date, hour, minute, second,
and series number respectively.) For example,
test#m#s lets the file name show minutes and
seconds as the last part of file name like test1120,
test1260, etc.
EXPLANATION OF FILING PROTOCOLS
FTP
FTP stands for "File Transfer Protocol." It is a common method of
transferring files via the Internet from one computer to another.
FTP use RFC 959[FTP] as their protocol. Therefore, ensure you
have a legal FTP account with the privilege of writing under the
directory to save the files and password before using FTP to save
documents. To add a sub-directory from the MFP, you need to
have the privilege of adding a new directory.
HTTP
HTTP use RFC 2616[HTTP 1.1] as their protocol, and the default
Port is usually 80. If you are not using the HTTP port to save files,
you must change the MFP HTTP Port to the port for the Web
Server.
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Generally speaking, a HTTP Web Server will use an anonymous
account for authentication, so that the user can link directly to
the web page without entering the user name and password first.
Therefore, if the HTTP Server does use an anonymous account for
authentication when you use this MFP to save files, there is no
need for setting any text in the field of Login name and Password
for the MFP.
On the other hand, if the HTTP server does not allow an
anonymous account for authentication of connection to the web
page, the user will be prompted to enter a user name and
password first when connecting to the web site. In this mode, the
file saving feature is available only when entering the user name
and password permitted by the server in the Login name and
Password field for the MFP.
Therefore, make sure of the mode that your Web Server allows
before using HTTP for files saving. If anonymous access mode is
not allowed, you must have a legal HTTP account and password.
Since this MFP will check whether the directory for file saving
really exists before proceeding to file saving and writing after
scanning to the specified directory, you have to set the directory
for files saving as "browse" and allow for writing in the Web
Server; otherwise the MFP will not be able to write the file into
the directory.
If you wish to use the MFP to save files, in addition to making
some settings in Web Server, you will have to confirm that the
account has writing privilege for connecting to the Web Server. If
not, the MFP will not be able to "write" the scanned file in the file
system.
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Setting IIS anonymous access:
1.
Start Internet service manager in "Control Panel".
2.
Select Default Web site and right click
C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\X cabinet.
3.
Select Properties.
4.
In the X cabinet dialogue box, select the Directory
security tab, and click Edit for "Anonymous Access and
Authentication Control". Make sure " Anonymous Access"
is selected in the "Authentication Methods" dialogue box.
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5.
Click Edit to open "Account for anonymous access".
NOTE:
Make sure that the account stored in your computer system in
the "username" file, has sufficient privilege to access the file
system.
Setting IIS privileged access:
1.
As in the setting in anonymous access, start "Internet
service manager" and select Default Web site. Right click
C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\X cabinet, and select Properties.
2.
Select the Directory tab on the Properties page. Ensure
the privileges for "Read", "Write" and "Directory
Browsing" are selected.
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NOTE:
If the file management system on your server is NTFS, in order
to allow IIS to use an anonymous account to access the files
in the directory of C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\X cabinet\Files, you
have to make sure the anonymous account has the correct
privileges. You can make the following settings:
3.
Select C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\X cabinet\Files directory in
Windows Explorer, and right click to select Properties.
4.
Select the Security tab in the File dialogue box, and then
Everyone.
5.
Select the privileges for Read and Execute, Folder
Properties List, Read and Write.
After that, every user has the privilege to manage all files in the
directory for saving files.
NOTE:
1. For security of the scanned files, "Everyone" should not be
allowed to have full privileges of the file directory.
Therefore, when setting the access privilege for your file
system, it is recommended that you set the privilege of
the directory for saving files to IIS anonymous account, or
users and groups that can use that directory only.
2. Please note that HTTP cannot add a server sub-directory
from this MFP.
When using Apache as HTTP server, according to their
documentation, it must have SCRIPT to run the HTTP PUT
method. Although the document is attached with a Perl example,
you will need to modify it before applying it, since this MFP uses
Transfer-encoding of Chunked. In addition, the Apache will have
to be set to accept this MFP. For more information refer to the
relevant Apache documentation.
CIFS
CIFS (Windows Network Share) is a file saving protocol generally
used for "resource sharing" of a network in Microsoft Windows
systems. Set up the "shared directory" as per the network
settings for sharing in MS Windows. Generally, under the
Windows 9x/Me Share level mode, use the "Full Control"
password for the directory as the password for the MFP folder and
leave the login name field blank. Under the User level mode of
Windows NT/2000, use the account and password with the
privilege of "write" as the login name and Password for the MFP
folder.
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NOTE:
Windows NT can use local account as files saving account only.
If adding a Windows NT domain, the domain account is not
suitable as files saving account.
For reference, below is the Win98 CIFS server sharing set up
screen.
1.
Click sharing
2.
Select “Full”
3.
Enter your Password here
1
2
3
THE PRINTER UNIT
PRINTER SETTINGS IN WINDOWS
The printer’s menus provide access to many options.
The Windows printer driver also contains settings for many of
these items. Where items in the printer driver are the same as
those in the menus, and you print documents from Windows, the
settings in the Windows printer driver will override those items in
the menus.
The illustrations in this chapter show Windows XP. Other
Windows versions may appear slightly different, but the
principles are the same.
PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS
You can make printer driver settings either from Windows Printers
window (called “Printers and Faxes” in Windows XP) or from
within a Windows application. The driver settings you make from
Windows are essentially default settings and will be remembered
from one Windows session to the next. The driver settings you
Configuring your machine....> 37
make from within a Windows application are those required for a
particular job. In both cases, you can save and name (on the
Setup tab) specific sets of driver settings which can be recalled
for future use.
PRINTING PREFERENCES IN WINDOWS APPLICATIONS
When you choose to print your document from a Windows
application program a Print dialogue box appears. This dialogue
usually specifies the name of the printer on which you will print
your document. Next to the printer name is a Properties button.
When you click Properties a new window opens which contains a
short list of the printer settings available in the driver, which you
can choose for this document. The settings available from within
your application are only those which you may want to change for
specific applications or documents. Settings you change here will
usually only last for as long as the particular application program
is running.
SETUP TAB
When you click the Properties
button from your application’s
Print dialogue, the driver window
opens to allow you to specify your
printing preferences for the
current document.
1.
Paper size should be the
same as the page size of
your document (unless
you wish to scale the
printout to fit another
size), and should also be
1
2
3
4
5
Configuring your machine....> 38
6
the same as the size of paper you will feed into the
printer.
2.
You can choose the source of the paper to feed, which
may be Tray 1 (the standard paper tray) or the multi
purpose feeder. You can also click on the appropriate part
of the screen graphic to select your preferred tray.
3.
The setting for paper weight should match the type of
paper on which you intend to print.
4.
A variety of document finishing options can be selected,
such as normal one page per sheet, or N-up (where N can
be a maximum of 16) for printing scaled down pages at
more than one page per sheet.
5.
Poster printing will print large pages as tiles spread over
multiple sheets.
6.
If you have changed some printing preferences before and
saved them as a set, you can recall them to avoid having
to set them individually each time you need them.
7.
A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
JOB OPTIONS TAB
3
4
1
5
6
7
2
1.
The output resolution of the printed page can be set as
follows.
•
The highest quality setting prints at 1200 x 600dpi.
This option requires the most printer memory and
takes the longest to print.
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•
The normal setting prints at 600 x 600dpi and is
adequate for all but the most discerning applications.
•
The draft setting prints at 300 x 300dpi and is suitable
for draft documents, where print quality is less critical.
2.
You can print watermark text behind the main page
image. This is useful for marking documents as draft,
confidential, etc.
3.
You can select up to 999 copies to print consecutively,
although you will need to top up the paper tray during
such a long print run.
4.
Page orientation can be set to either portrait (tall) or
landscape (wide).
5.
Your printed pages can be scaled to fit larger or smaller
stationery.
6.
Clicking the Advanced button gives you access to further
settings. For example, you can elect to have black areas
printed using 100%K toner (a more matte appearance).
7.
A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
COLOUR TAB
1
2
4
3
5
1.
Control over the colour output of your printer may be
performed automatically, or for advanced control, by
manual adjustment. The automatic setting will be
appropriate in most cases. The other options in this
window only become visible when you select a choice
other than Auto. For greyscale printing, the printer runs at
20ppm and all pages are printed in black and white.
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2.
You can choose from a range of colour matching options,
depending on the image source for your document. For
example, a photograph taken on a digital camera might
require different colour matching from a business graphic
created in a spreadsheet application. Again, for most
general purpose use, Auto is the best choice.
3.
Printed output may be made lighter or darker, or the
colours made more saturated and vibrant as required.
4.
Black areas may be printed using 100% cyan, magenta
and yellow, giving a more glossy appearance (composite
black), or using only black toner (true black), giving a
more matte appearance. Choosing the Auto setting allows
the driver to make the most appropriate choice based on
image content.
5.
A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
SETTING FROM WINDOWS CONTROL PANEL
When you open the driver properties window directly from
Windows, rather than from within an application program, a
somewhat more extensive range of settings is provided. Changes
made here will generally affect all documents you print from
Windows applications, and will be remembered from one
Windows session to the next.
GENERAL TAB
1
C5510 MFP
2
3
1.
This area lists some of the main features of your printer.
2.
This button opens the same windows as described earlier
for items which can be set from within application
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programs. Changes you make here, however, will become
the new default settings for all Windows applications.
3.
This button prints a test page to ensure that your printer
is working.
ADVANCED TAB
1
2
C5510 MFP
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
11
1.
You can specify which times of day your printer will be
available.
2.
Indicates current priority, from 1 (lowest) to 99 (highest).
Highest priority documents will print first.
3.
Specifies that documents should be spooled (stored in a
special print file) before being printed. The document is
then printed in the background, allowing your application
program to become available more quickly.
4.
This specifies that printing should not start until the last
page has been spooled. If your application program needs
a lot of time for further computation in the middle of
printing, causing the print job to pause for more than a
short period, the printer could prematurely assume that
the document has finished. Selecting this option would
prevent that situation, but printing will be completed a
little later, as the start is delayed.
5.
This is the opposite choice to the one above. Printing
starts as soon as possible after the document begins
spooling.
6.
This specifies that the document should not be spooled,
but printed directly. Your application will not normally be
ready for further use until the print job is complete. This
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requires less disk space on your computer, since there is
no spool file.
7.
Directs the spooler to check the document setup and
match it to the printer setup before sending the document
to print. If a mismatch is detected, the document is held
in the print queue and does not print until the printer
setup is changed and the document restarted from the
print queue. Mismatched documents in the queue will not
prevent correctly matched documents from printing.
8.
Specifies that the spooler should favour documents which
have completed spooling when deciding which document
to print next, even if completed documents are lower
priority than documents which are still spooling. If no
documents have completed spooling, the spooler will
favour larger spooling documents over shorter ones. Use
this option if you want to maximise printer efficiency.
When this option is disabled the spooler chooses
documents based only on their priority settings.
9.
Specifies that the spooler should not delete documents
after they are completed. This allows documents to be resubmitted to the printer from the spooler instead of
printing again from the application program. If you use
this option frequently it will require large amounts of disk
space on your computer.
10.
Specifies whether advanced features, such as page order
and pages per sheet, are available, depending on your
printer. For normal printing keep this option enabled. If
compatibility problems occur you can disable the feature.
However, these advanced options may then not be
available, even though the hardware might support them.
11.
This button provides access to the same setup windows as
when printing from applications. Changes made via the
Windows Control Panel become the Windows default
settings.
12.
You can design and specify a separator page that prints
between documents. (This is particularly useful on a
shared printer to help each user find their own documents
in the output stack.)
Configuring your machine....> 43
OPERATION
With it’s intuitive control panel, this Multi Function Product (MFP)
is designed to be easy to use. After the machine has been
configured, operating is quite straight forward.
1.
Place your paper either in the ADF or on the glass.
2.
Press Copy Mode, or Scan To Mode on the control
panel.
3.
If you select Scan To Mode, enter your e-mail address
via the numeric keypad or select an address from the
address book by pressing Address Book in the "To" field or
choose a profile by pressing FTP Address In the "To" field.
4.
Press Mono or Color to start scanning and send the
scanned document to your printer, e-mail address, or file
server.
The following sections describe the advanced steps on how to
make copy of your scanned document and how to distribute your
document on the internet.
LOADING DOCUMENT(S) FOR COPYING
The MFP can scan/copy/send document(s) either in the ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder) or on the glass. If you need to
send multiple pages, load your papers in the ADF. The ADF can
hold up to 50 pages at one time.
If you need to scan/copy/send pages from books, newspaper
clippings, or paper with wrinkles or curls, place them on the
glass.
USING THE ADF
Before using the ADF, please make sure that your paper meets
the following specifications:
> Document(s) can range in size from 4.5 x 5.5 inches
(114.3 x 139.7mm) to 8.5 x 14 inches (215.9 x 355.6
mm).
> Document(s) can range in weight from 16 to 28 lbs
(0.002" to 0.006" or 0.0508 to 0.1524 mm).
Operation> 44
> Document(s) should be square or rectangular and in good
condition (not fragile or worn).
> Document(s) should be free of curl, wrinkle, tears, wet
ink, or punch holes.
> Document(s) should be free of staples, paper clips, paper
sticky notes.
> Keep the glass clean and without any documents left on it.
> Note:
> To transmit irregular types of document(s), place the
document(s) on the glass or make a copy first and then
transmit the copy instead.
PLACING DOCUMENT(S) IN THE ADF
1.
Make sure document(s) are free of staples, paper clips
and is not torn.
2.
If you have multiple pages, fan the pages to avoid paper
jams. The ADF holds up to 50 pages at one time.
1
2
3
3.
Place the document with the text face UP in the ADF and
make sure that the top of each page is fed in first.
4.
Adjust the Paper
Guides (1) to centre
the document in the
ADF.
1
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PLACING DOCUMENT(S) ON THE GLASS
1.
Open the document cover.
2.
Place your document with the text face DOWN on the
glass and align it to the upper-left corner.
3.
Close the document cover.
SENDING DOCUMENT(S) VIA E-MAIL
BASIC OPERATION
1.
Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or
face DOWN on the glass (as described above).
2.
Press Scan to Mode on the control panel. The E-mail
screen will appear. (Press the down key to display next
item.)
3.
In the "To" field, enter the destination e-mail address from
the Address Book by pressing Address Book on the control
panel. Use the up and down arrows on the control panel to
select multiple e-mail addresses and press the OK/
SELECT button. Or you may simply type the initial letter
of the e-mail address for a fast operation. Press CANCEL/
RETURN to return to the E-mail main screen.
4.
Enter or select CC and BCC address as well, if necessary.
Enter the subject of your E-mail. If not entered, “Default
Supt.” will be displayed.
5.
Press the Mono button to send your document(s) in black
and white, or the Color button to send your document(s)
in colour.
Operation> 46
ADVANCED OPERATION
If you are not satisfied with the scanned image, you can use the
advanced features to enhance it.
To use the advanced features, press Scan to Mode on the
control panel and then Additional Settings to prompt the
Additional settings screen. Refer to the following table to modify
the scanner settings.
MENU ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Attachment
The file name of the scanned document. Up to 60
characters can be entered in this field.
From
Enter your “From” address. If an e-mail can not be
sent, notification is returned to this address.
This is also the "From" address in your e-mail
when you receive an e-mail from the MFP. Up to
60 characters can be entered in this field.
Reply To Address
Enter a "Reply To Address" address if you wish to
specify a reply address which is different from the
"From" address. Up to 60 characters can be
entered in the field.
colour output
format
Choose the output format for the document to be
scanned in colours from PDF, TIFF, JPEG, and
MTIFF.
B&W output format Choose the output format for the document to be
scanned in B&W from PDF, TIFF, and MTIFF.
Resolution
Choose the scanning resolution for the scanned
document from a selection of 75, 100, 150, 200,
300, 400, 600 dpi. A higher resolution reproduces
the image with greater detail, but requires more
disk space.
Manual Feed
Multi-batch document scanning can be enabled.
Enable Manual Feed when loading more than 25
pages on the ADF or more than one page on the
flatbed.
NOTE:
> If you make a mistake during the process, press STOP on the
control panel to cancel the operation.
> If you stop typing in the From, Subject, To, CC, or BCC fields for
three minutes, the LCD-display automatically clears what you have
typed.
> This machine allows you to send scanned document to multiple email addresses. Simply add a comma between each address.
Operation> 47
> Up to 60 characters can be entered in the "Attachment", "To",
"From", "CC", "BCC", and the "Def. Subject" field.
> If you wish to scan a multi-page document and convert it to a
single image file, choose your output file format to be MTIFF or
PDF.
> If the administrator has set the SMTP or POP3 authentication, after
sending your scanned document to e-mail addresses, and if no
more transmission is required, press the Logout key on the
keyboard to log out of the system. This is to prevent misuse of the
user's e-mail account for sending e-mails. If there is no any other
operation within 3 minutes, the system will log out automatically.
SENDING DOCUMENT(S) TO A FILE SERVER
Before sending your document to a file server, profiles should set
up first to speed up the process. A profile contains a list of filing
parameters such as your filing protocol, directory, file name and
other scanning parameters. Add a new profile by either entering
the machine's web page or installing and starting the Network
Setup Tool on the CD-ROM supplied.
BASIC OPERATION
1.
Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or
face DOWN on the glass.
2.
Press Scan to Mode and FTP Address buttons on the
Control Panel. The LCD-display prompts the Filing screen.
For example,
Profile 1
Profile 2
3.
Choose the required profile (filing destination) and press
OK/Select.
4.
Press Mono to send your document(s) in black and white,
or Color to send your document(s) in colour.
NOTE:
You can create up to 20 profiles from the machine's web site
or from the Network Setup Tool.
Operation> 48
ADVANCED OPERATION
If you are not satisfied with the scanned image, you can use the
advanced features to enhance your scanned image.
To use the advanced features, press Scan to Mode on the
control panel and then Additional Settings to prompt the
Additional settings screen. The settings will return to factory
default values if no operation is made for three minutes. For
details on the Additional Settings in Scan to mode, refer to the
following table:
MENU ITEM
DESCRIPTION
colour output
format
Choose the file format for the document to be
scanned in colour from PDF, TIFF, JPEG, and
MTIFF.
B&W output format Choose the file format for the document to be
scanned in B&W from PDF, TIFF, and MTIFF.
Resolution
Choose the scanning resolution for the scanned
document from a selection of 75, 100, 150, 200,
300, 400, 600 dpi. A higher resolution reproduces
your image with greater details yet it requires
more disk space.
Density
If your original comes with a lighter or darker
contrast, choose the density level from 1 to 5 to
optimise your image.
Sub folder
Enter name of subfolder if necessary. (Check if
you are authorized to write under the destination
server.)
Report to e-mail
Enter an e-mail address to send your filing report.
NOTE:
> If you make a mistake during the process, press STOP on the
control panel to cancel the operation.
> After sending the scanned document to file server and if no more
action is required, press the Logout key on the keyboard to ftp
account. If there is no any other operation within 3 minutes, the
system will log out automatically.
> If the user retains the same profile to file documents, the login
name and password dialogue box will not be prompted. However,
if the user chooses the another profile, then the login process will
still be required.
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COPYING
BASIC OPERATION
1.
Place your document(s) with text face UP in the ADF or
face DOWN on the glass.
2.
Press Mono to copy your document(s) in black and white.
or Color to send your document(s) in colour.
NOTE:
If you make a mistake during the transmission process, press
STOP to cancel the operation.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Set up the Printer Options and Media Type (refer to “The Printer
Unit” in the “Configuration” chapter, and the instructions
following).
Accessing Additional Settings
Below is the menu for the "Additional Settings" when all printer
options are installed (if there are any changes in the option
condition, the settings will return to the these factory default
settings).
Collate
With standard
With additional
memory (96Mb)
memory (288Mb)
colour: 5 pages
colour: 14 pages
Mono: 20 pages
Mono: 50 pages
Duplex
Short edge
N-up
1
Edge erase
0
Margin shift (R)
0
Margin shift (B)
0
Paper supply
A4
Input tray
MP
Collation:
•
ON - The collate function is always enabled
•
OFF - The collate function is always disabled.
NOTE:
When "Collate" is set, the items "N-Up" and "Duplex" are not
displayed.
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N-Up (Paper Save)
•
1 in 1
•
4 in 1
NOTE:
> When "N-Up" is set to other than "1 in 1", the "Collate" item is not
displayed.
Edge Erase
•
0/6/13/19/25 (mm)
Margin Shift
•
Right 0/6/13/19/25 (mm)
•
Bottom 0/6/13/19/25 (mm)
Input Tray
•
Auto
•
Tray 1
•
MP
Paper Supply
•
Legal
•
Letter
•
A4
•
B5
•
A5
Changing Scaling
The machine is preset to 100% scaling. If you wish to reduce or
enlarge your original, you can apply this feature to enlarge up to
400% or reduce down to 25%.
To reduce or enlarge the original document,
Operation> 51
1.
Press Copy Mode
(1) on the Control
panel to prompt the
Copy screen.
2.
Press the UP (2) or
DOWN (3) arrow to
enlarge or reduce
your document in
1% increments. You
may press the
Select (4) button to
choose a preset
value from 200%,
127%, 100%, 93%
(Fit to page), 78%,
50%, and 25%.
1
2 3
4
NOTE:
After you have completed copying the machine will
automatically return to the preset scale.
Improving Copy Quality.
The machine is preset to “Speed”, which speeds up the document
to be scanned. You can change the setting to “Fine” to improve
your copy quality.
To change copy quality:
1.
Press the Copy Mode button on the control panel to
prompt the Copy screen.
2.
Click the Copy Quality button and select “Fine”.
NOTE:
After you have completed your copying, the machine will
automatically return to the preset document quality.
Adjusting Density
The machine is preset to the “Normal” level of density. If your
original document comes with a lighter or darker contrast, you
can improve the quality by using the Adjusting Density feature.
To change density:
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1.
Press the Copy Mode button on the panel to prompt the
Copy screen.
2.
Press the Density button to choose the density required.
NOTE:
After you have completed copying, the machine will
automatically return to it’s preset value.
Increasing Copy Count
The machine is preset to a copy count of 1. If you wish to increase
the number of copies, select the number of copies with the
numeric keypad.
To increase your copy count:
1.
Press the Copy Mode button on the control panel to
prompt the Copy screen.
2.
Enter number of copies required with the numeric keypad.
The LCD display will confirm the copy count selected.
SCANNING
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
> IBM compatible PC (Pentium or later)
> Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
> A USB (universal serial bus) port
> At least 100M bytes of free hard disk space
> At least 128M bytes of system memory
> VGA monitor
> CD-ROM drive
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1.
Start Microsoft Windows.
2.
Insert the CD-ROM supplied into your CD ROM drive.
3.
The CD-ROM will auto launch on most systems. However,
if your system does not support auto launching CD-ROMs,
press the Start button, choose RUN, type
Operation> 53
d:\driver\setup.exe (d: the CD-ROM drive in use), and
then click OK.
4.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the driver
installation.
CAUTION!
To ensure the scan function works properly, install the
scanner driver FIRST, before connecting the USB cable
to the computer.
SCANNER OPERATION
1.
Start your scanning application.
2.
Select the File menu and choose Select Source.
If the Select Source command is not available on the File
menu, see your application's user's guide to determine
how the TWAIN link is used. A dialogue box with a list of
scanning sources appears.
3.
Select C55x0.
You need to select the source only once, unless you want
to choose another scanner.
4.
Place the document face DOWN on the document glass or
face UP in the ADF.
5.
Select the File menu and choose Acquire.
Operation> 54
A dialogue box containing scanning features appears.
1
2
3
6.
Select the scanning method you want to use from the
Scan Method (1) drop-down menu.
7.
Select the mode you want to use for your scans from the
Image Type (2) drop-down menu.
8.
Select a scanning resolution from the Resolution (3)
drop-down menu.
9.
Select the setting for the scanning features (e.g. Sharpen,
Descreen, etc.) that you want to use (see “enhancing your
image” later in this Chapter).
10.
Click on the Preview or Scan button to preview or scan
you documents.
Operation> 55
A LOOK AT THE USER INTERFACE
7
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
5
6
Scan Method
Choice: ADF/Multi-page, Flatbed.
Image type
Choice: Black & White, 8-Bit grey, 24-Bit color,
48-Bit color.
Resolution
Choice: 50, 72, 100, 144, 150, 200, 300, 600,
1200, 2400, 4800 (dpi).
Brightness
Adjust the brightness level from -100 to +100.
Contrast
Adjust the contrast level from -100 to +100.
Further tools
Descreen, Sharpen, colour Adjustment, Auto
Level, Advanced Settings.
Invert
Reverse the colour of the scanned image.
Mirror Function
Flip the image.
Preview Auto Area
Resize the scanned area.
Paper Size
Select the paper size from Card 4" x 2.5",
Photo 5" x 3.5", Photo 3.5" x 5", Photo 4" x 6",
Photo 6" x 4", A5, B5, A4, Letter, Legal, A3, or
scanner maximum.
Unit of
Measurement
Choice: cm, Inch, and Pixel.
Operation> 56
USING THE BASIC FEATURES
Scan Method
Choice:
> Flatbed: Select this setting if you need to scan photo, or
newspaper clippings.
> ADF/Multipage: Select this setting if you need to scan
multi-page document from the automatic document
feeder (ADF).
Image Type
1
2
3
4
1.
Choose B&W if your original contains only B&W text,
pencil or ink sketch.
2.
Halftones are the reproduction of an image that gives the
illusion of grey. An example of a halftone image would be
the pictures you see in newspapers.
3.
8-Bit Grey images contain actual shades of grey.
4.
Choose 24-Bit colour (input) if you wish to scan a colour
image.
Operation> 57
Resolution
The correct resolution will reproduce a clear image with good
details. The resolution is measured in dots per inch (dpi).
NOTE
An A4 size colour image scanned at 300 dpi at True colour
mode consumes approximately 25 MB of disk space. A higher
resolution (usually means over 600 dpi) is only recommended
when you need to scan a small area in True colour mode.
Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast
1.
Brightness
Adjusts the lightness or darkness of an image. The higher the
value, the brighter the image.
2.
Contrast
Adjusts the range between the darkest and the lightest shades in
the image. The higher the contrast, the larger the greyscale.
Enlarging Previewed Image (zoom)
Enlarge your previewed image to the maximum of the preview
window.
NOTE:
This function only enlarges your preview image. This does not
enlarge the actual image.
Inverting and Selecting the Image
1.
Invert
The invert command reverses the brightness and the colour in
the image. For colour images, each pixel will be changed into its
complementary colour when inverted.
2.
Mirror Function
Horizontally reverses the image.
3.
Auto Select Image
Automatically set the whole image as your scan area. (Or you
may resize the area by diagonal "drag and drop".)
Operation> 58
Enhancing the Image
1.
Descreen
Eliminates the moire* patterns commonly found in printed
matter. (1) Before; (2) After.
1
2.
2
*Moire pattern: An undesirable pattern in a colour printing resulting from
incorrect screen angle of overprinting halftone.
Sharpen
Sharpen the scanned image. (1) Before; (2) After.
1
3.
2
Colour Adjustment
Adjusts the colour quality of the image so that it comes close to
the original. This function uses default parameters to adjust the
image. (1) Before; (2) After.
1
2
Operation> 59
4.
Auto Level
Automatically adjusts the highlight and shadow areas of the
scanned image to optimise the “Using the Advanced Features”.
USING THE ADVANCED FEATURES
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
1.
Click the Switch button (1) to select the Advanced
Settings bar (2 to 7). Advanced settings include Highlight/
Shadow, Hue/Saturation/Lightness, Curve, colour
Balance, colour Drop-out.
2.
Highlight/Shadow Levels
1
3
2
4
Highlight refers to the lightest point in a scanned image while
shadow refers to the darkest point. Using Highlight and Shadow
tools together allows you to extend the range of colour and reveal
more details in a grey or colour image.
Shadow (1):
Gamma (2):
Highlight (3):
Pointer (4):
The darkest point of an image.
The middletones of the image.
The lightest point of an image.
Move to change the value.
Operation> 60
When the value of gamma changes, the image changes as shown
below.
1
2
3
1. Gamma value: 1.0; 2. Gamma Value: 1.4; 3. Gamma Value: 2.0
When the value of highlight and shadow change, the image
changes as shown below.
1
2
3
4
1. Highlight: 255/Shadow: 0(Normal); 2. Highlight: 210/Shadow:10;
3. Highlight: 200/Shadow:0; 4. Highlight: 255/Shadow: 50
Operation> 61
3.
Adjusting the Curve
Adjusts the midtones of the image without dramatically altering
their lightest and the darkest areas.
When the curve is moved up or down, the image will become darker or lighter.
4.
Colour Hue/Saturation/Lightness
Improve an image by changing the level of hue/saturation/
lightness.
a
b
c
(a)
Hue
Adjust the hue by moving the triangle to the right or
left. (Note the level of colour intensity will change
simultaneously when the hue adjustment is made).
(b)
Saturation
Move the triangle to the right to increase the
saturation level or to the left to decrease the level.
The level of saturation determines whether the
colour is pale or rich.
(c)
Lightness
Increase the lightness by moving the triangle to the
right or to the left to decrease the lightness.
Operation> 62
5.
Using colour Balance
The colour Balance control allows you to set optimal image colour
quality.
You can either move the relevant pointer toward a colour (in the
above example 63% green has been selected) or, if known, enter
the figure in the box at the top.
The first box refers to the Cyan/Red percentage content, the
second to Magenta/Green and the third to Yellow/Blue.
6.
Colour Drop-out
Click the button and the dialogue box below will be displayed.
This allows you to remove one of the R (Red), G (Green), or B
(Blue) colour grey channel. This function is particularly useful
when to converting text using OCR software.
NOTE:
This function supports only black/white and grey images.
7.
Using Custom Settings
Click on the Custom Settings button to access a dialog box where
you can save your scan and configuration settings. There are two
tabs: Scan Settings and Configuration Settings.
Operation> 63
OTHER TOOLS
1
1.
2
3
4
Measuring Unit: Indicates the measuring system in use.
By clicking the button, you can change the measuring
unit.
Choice: Inch, cm, Pixel.
2.
Paper Size: Provides frequently used scan sizes.
Choice: Card 4" x 2.5", Photo 5" x 3.5", Photo 3.5" x 5",
Photo 4" x 6", Photo 6" x 4", B5, A5, A4, Letter, A3, and
Scanner Maximum.
3.
Image Size: Display image size for the scanned area.
4.
Lock Image: Fix the output width and height.
Operation> 64
REPLACING CONSUMABLE ITEMS
This section explains how to replace consumable items when due.
As a guide, the life expectancy of these items is:
> Toner — 3,000 (standard capacity) or 5,000 (high
capacity) A4 pages at 5% coverage, which means that 5%
of the addressable print area is printed with this colour.
Toner life is directly affected by coverage, e.g. at 10%
coverage there is sufficient toner for 1,500 pages
(standard capacity) or 2,500 pages (high capacity),
conversely at 2.5% there is sufficient toner for 6,000
pages (standard capacity) or 10,000 pages (high
capacity) in the cartridge.
> Image drum — 14,000 pages (calculated on typical office
usage where 20% of printing is 1 page only, 30% is 3
page documents and 50% is print runs of 15 pages or
more).
> Transfer belt — Approximately 50,000 A4 pages.
> Fuser — Approximately 45,000 A4 pages.
2
5K
11
3K
The machine is shipped with sufficient toner for 3,000 A4
pages in each print cartridge of which 1,500 A4 pages
worth of toner is used to charge each image drum.
1.
2.
Standard capacity toner cartridge.
High capacity toner cartridge.
Replacing consumable items> 65
CONSUMABLE ORDER DETAILS
ITEM
LIFE
ORDER NO.
Toner, high capacity, black
5,000 A4 @ 5%
42127408
Toner, high capacity, cyan
5,000 A4 @ 5%
42127407
Toner, high capacity, magenta
5,000 A4 @ 5%
42127406
Toner, high capacity, yellow
5,000 A4 @ 5%
42127405
Toner, rainbow pack (1 ea. CMYK)
5,000 A4 @ 5%
42403002
Toner, standard capacity, black
3,000 A4@ 5%
42804508
Toner, standard capacity, cyan
3,000 A4@ 5%
42804507
Toner, standard capacity, magenta
3,000 A4@ 5%
42804506
Toner, standard capacity, yellow
3,000 A4@ 5%
42804505
Image drum, black
17,000 A4 pages*
42126608
Image drum, cyan
17,000 A4 pages*
42126607
Image drum, magenta
17,000 A4 pages*
42126606
Image drum, yellow
17,000 A4 pages*
42126605
Fuser
45,000 A4 pages
42625503
Transport belt
50,000 A4 @ 3/job
42158712
*
Average life (22,000 pages at continuous print, 15,000 pages at 3 pages/
job and 7,500 pages at 1 page/job).
Please always use genuine Oki consumables. Use of
“compatibles” and counterfeit items may impair performance and
could cause product damage, which is not covered under the
warranty.
Replacing consumable items> 66
TONER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
CAUTION!
To avoid toner wastage and possible toner sensor
errors, do not change the toner cartridge(s) until
“TONER EMPTY” is displayed.
The toner used in this machine is a very fine dry powder. It is
contained in four cartridges: one each for cyan, magenta, yellow
and black.
Have a sheet of paper handy so that you have somewhere to
place the used cartridge while you install the new one.
Dispose of the old cartridge responsibly, inside the pack that the
new one came in. Follow any regulations, recommendations, etc.,
which may be in force concerning waste recycling.
If you do spill any toner powder, lightly brush it off. If this is not
enough, use a cool, damp cloth to remove any residue. Do not
use hot water, and never use solvents of any kind. They will make
stains permanent.
WARNING!
If you inhale any toner or get it in your eyes, drink a
little water or bathe your eyes liberally in cold water.
Seek medical attention immediately.
Switch off the machine and allow the fuser to cool for about
10 minutes before opening the cover.
Replacing consumable items> 67
1.
Press the cover release and open the machine’s top cover
fully.
WARNING!
If the machine has been powered on, the fuser may be hot.
This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
2.
Note the positions of the four cartridges.
1
2
3
4
1. Cyan cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Yellow cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Replacing consumable items> 68
3.
Carry out one of the following:
(a)
If you are replacing a toner cartridge that has been
supplied with your machine (release lever has 3
positions), pull the coloured toner release lever on
the cartridge to be replaced towards the front of the
machine, in the direction of the arrow, but stop at
the central (upright) position (1).
1
(b)
If you are replacing any other toner cartridge (lever
has 2 positions), pull the coloured toner release
lever (1) on the cartridge to be replaced fully
towards the front of the machine.
1
Replacing consumable items> 69
4.
Lift the right-hand end of the cartridge and then draw the
cartridge to the right to release the left-hand end as
shown, and withdraw the toner cartridge from the
machine.
1
2
5.
Put the cartridge down gently onto a piece of paper to
prevent toner from marking your furniture and to avoid
damaging the green drum surface.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of the
cartridge is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not
touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for
more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit needs to be out of
the machine for longer than this, please wrap the
cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from
light. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very
bright room lighting.
6.
Remove the new cartridge from its box but leave its
wrapping material in place for the moment.
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7.
Gently shake the new cartridge from end to end several
times to loosen and distribute the toner evenly inside the
cartridge.
8.
Remove the wrapping material and peel off the adhesive
tape from the underside of the cartridge.
9.
Holding the cartridge by its top centre with the coloured
lever to the right, lower it into the machine over the
image drum unit from which the old cartridge was
removed.
Replacing consumable items> 71
10.
Insert the left end of the cartridge into the top of the
image drum unit first, pushing it against the spring on the
drum unit, then lower the right end of the cartridge onto
the image drum unit.
2
1
11.
Pressing gently down on the cartridge to ensure that it is
firmly seated, push the coloured lever (1) towards the
rear of the machine. This will lock the cartridge into place
and release toner into the image drum unit.
1
12.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly at both
sides so that the cover latches closed.
Replacing consumable items> 72
IMAGE DRUM REPLACEMENT
Switch off the machine and allow the fuser to cool for about
10 minutes before opening the cover.
CAUTION!
Static sensitive devices, handle with care.
The machine contains four image drums: cyan, magenta, yellow
and black.
1.
Press the cover release and open the machine’s top cover
fully.
WARNING!
If the machine has been powered on, the fuser will be
hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
Replacing consumable items> 73
2.
Note the positions of the four cartridges.
1
2
3
4
3.
1. Cyan cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Yellow cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Holding it by its top centre, lift the image drum, complete
with its toner cartridge, up and out of the machine.
Replacing consumable items> 74
4.
Put the cartridge down gently onto a piece of paper to
prevent toner from marking your furniture and to avoid
damaging the green drum surface.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of the
cartridge is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not
touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for
more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit needs to be out of
the machine for longer than this, please wrap the
cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from
light. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very
bright room lighting.
5.
With the coloured toner release lever (1) to the right, pull
the lever towards you. This will release the bond between
the toner cartridge and the image drum cartridge.
1
6.
Lift the right-hand end of the cartridge and then draw the
cartridge to the right to release the left-hand end as
shown, and withdraw the toner cartridge from the image
drum cartridge. Place the cartridge on a piece of paper to
avoid marking your furniture.
2
1
Replacing consumable items> 75
7.
Take the new image drum cartridge out of its packaging
and place it on the piece of paper where the old cartridge
was placed. Keep it the same way round as the old unit.
Pack the old cartridge inside the packaging material for
disposal.
8.
Place the toner cartridge onto the new image drum
cartridge as shown. Push the left end in first, and then
lower the right end in. (It is not necessary to fit a new
toner cartridge at this time unless the remaining toner
level is very low.)
1
2
9.
Push the coloured release lever (1) away from you to lock
the toner cartridge onto the new image drum unit and
release toner into it.
1
Replacing consumable items> 76
10.
Holding the complete assembly by its top centre, lower it
into place in the machine, locating the pegs at each end
into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity.
11.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly at both
sides so that the cover latches closed.
Replacing consumable items> 77
REPLACING THE BELT UNIT
The belt unit is located under the four image drums. This unit
requires replacement approximately every 50,000 pages.
Switch off the machine and allow the fuser to cool for about
10 minutes before opening the cover.
1.
Press the cover release and open the machine’s top cover
fully.
WARNING!
If the machine has been powered on, the fuser will be
hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
Replacing consumable items> 78
2.
Note the positions of the four cartridges. It is essential
that they go back in the same order
1
2
3
4
3.
1. Cyan cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Yellow cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Lift each of the image drum units, starting from the rear,
out of the machine and place them in a safe place away
from direct sources of heat and light.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of each
cartridge is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not
touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for
more than 5 minutes. If the drum unit needs to be out of
the machine for longer than this, please wrap the
cartridge inside a black plastic bag to keep it away from
light. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight or very
bright room lighting.
Replacing consumable items> 79
4.
Locate the two fasteners (5) at each side of the belt and
the lifting bar (6) at the front end.
5
6
5.
Turn the two fasteners 90° to the left. This will release the
belt from the printer chassis.
6.
Pull the lifting bar (6) upwards so that belt tilts up towards
the front, and withdraw the belt unit from the machine.
7.
Lower the new belt unit into place, with the lifting bar at
the front and the drive gear towards the rear of the
machine. Locate the drive gear into the gear inside the
machine by the rear left corner of the unit, and lower the
belt unit flat inside the machine.
8.
Turn the two fasteners (5) 90° to the right until they lock.
This will secure the belt unit in place.
9.
Replace the four image drums, complete with their toner
cartridges, into the machine in the same sequence as they
came out: cyan (nearest the rear), magenta, yellow and
black (nearest the front).
10.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly at both
sides so that the cover latches closed.
Replacing consumable items> 80
FUSER REPLACEMENT
The fuser is located inside the machine just behind the four image
drum units.
WARNING!
If the machine has recently been powered on, some
fuser components will be very hot. Handle the fuser with
extreme care, holding it only by its handle, which will
only be mildly warm to the touch. A warning label clearly
indicates the area. If in doubt, switch the machine off
and wait at least 10 minutes for the fuser to cool before
opening the machine cover.
Switch off the machine and allow the fuser to cool for about
10 minutes before opening the cover.
1.
Press the cover release and open the machine’s top cover
fully.
Replacing consumable items> 81
2.
Identify the fuser handle (1) on the top of the fuser unit.
1
C
2
M
Y
K
3.
Pull the two fuser retaining levers (2) towards the front of
the machine so that they are fully upright.
4.
Holding the fuser by its handle (1), lift the fuser straight
up and out of the machine. If the fuser is still warm, place
it on a flat surface which will not be damaged by heat.
5.
Remove the new fuser from its packaging and remove the
transit material.
6.
Holding the new fuser by its handle, make sure that it is
the correct way round. The retaining levers (2) should be
fully upright, and the two locating lugs (3) should be
towards you.
3
2
2
Replacing consumable items> 82
7.
Lower the fuser into the machine, locating the two
lugs (3) into their slots in the metal partition which
separates the fuser area from the image drums.
8.
Push the two retaining levers (2) towards the rear of the
machine to lock the fuser in place.
C
2
M
Y
K
9.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly at both
sides so that the cover latches closed.
Replacing consumable items> 83
INSTALLING ADDITIONAL MEMORY
This section explains how to install additional RAM memory into
your MFP as a memory upgrade.
ORDER CODES
Use the following order codes for additional memory:
> 256MB RAM – 01110302
MEMORY UPGRADE
The model comes equipped with 96MB of main memory (32Mb
plus 64Mb). This can be upgraded with an additional memory
board containing 256MB, giving a maximum total memory
capacity of 288MB.
Installation takes a few minutes, and requires a medium size
cross-head (Philips type) screwdriver.
1.
Switch the machine off and disconnect the AC power
cable.
2.
Press the cover release and open the machine’s top cover
fully.
WARNING!
If the machine has been powered on recently, the fuser
will be hot. This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
Installing additional memory> 84
3.
Lift the front cover latch and pull open the front cover.
4.
Remove the screw securing the right-hand side cover.
5.
Lift the edge of the side cover slightly at the two points
shown, and pull the cover away from the printer at the
top. Lift the cover slightly to detach it from the machine.
Place it safely to one side.
6.
Carefully remove the new memory board from its
wrapping. Try to handle the board only by its short edges,
avoiding contact with any metal parts as far as possible.
In particular, avoid touching the edge connector.
Installing additional memory> 85
7.
Notice that the memory board has a small cutout in the
edge connector, which is closer to one end than the other.
8.
Identify the RAM expansion slot (1) in the machine.
2
1
2
9.
10.
The RAM expansion slot already contains a memory
board. It will have to be removed before you can install
the new one. To remove it proceed as follows:
(a)
Identify the locking clips (2) at each end of the RAM
expansion slot (1).
(b)
Push the clips outward and back into the machine.
The board will pop out slightly.
(c)
Grip the board firmly by its short edges and pull it
out of the slot.
(d)
Place the removed memory board in the antistatic
bag which originally contained the new memory
board.
Hold the new memory board by its short edges, so that
the edge connector faces in towards the RAM expansion
slot, and the small cutout is closer to the bottom of the
machine.
Installing additional memory> 86
11.
Gently push the board into the RAM expansion slot until it
latches in and will not go any further.
12.
Locate the three retaining clips at the bottom of the side
cover into their rectangular holes near the bottom of the
machine.
13.
Close the top of the side cover up to the printer and refit
the securing screw removed in step 4.
14.
Close the front cover and close the top cover, pressing
down firmly at each side to latch it closed.
15.
Reconnect the AC power cable and switch the machine on.
16.
When the machine is ready, print a menu map by holding
down the ON LINE button on the Status Panel for 2
seconds.
17.
Examine the first page of the menu map.
Near the top of the page, between the two horizontal lines,
you will see the current printer configuration. This list
contains the figure for total memory size.
This should indicate the total memory now installed, which
should be the size of memory board you have installed plus
32MB.
Installing additional memory> 87
TROUBLESHOOTING
INFORMATION CODES/MESSAGES
INFORMATION CODES DURING SCANNING AND COPYING
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
10001
SDRAM error
Restart the machine. (Turn it off and
on again).
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
10006
Home sensor error Restart the machine. (Turn it off and
on again).
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
10007
Lamp error
Restart the machine. (Turn it off and
on again).
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
10009
Paper jam (ADF)
Open the ADF cover, remove the
paper and close the cover. (see
“Clearing Paper Jams” later in this
Chapter.
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
10010
Cover Open
Close the ADF cover.
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
10099
Lock error
Turn off the machine.
Locate the lock switch underneath the
cover on the left hand side of the
scanner module and unlock the
scanner.
Restart the machine.
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
20002
Connect printer
error
Check the printer cable.
20003
Printer error
Check the printer.
If the code still appears, contact your
dealer.
Troubleshooting> 88
MESSAGES DURING SCANNING AND COPYING
LCD MESSAGE
ACTION
Copy function
disables.
Download printer profile.
Check printer cable Check if the printer cable has been correctly
or status.
connected.
Check if the printer is turned on.
Restart the machine.
If the message still appears, contact your nearest
dealer.
INFORMATION CODES DURING NETWORKING
CODE
MEANING
20512
The connection has
failed.
20519
20530
20531
20533
20534
20540
ACTION
Ping the IP address of the MFP from
another PC in DOS prompt. For
example, type "Ping 10.1.20.144" in
The destination
DOS prompt. If the MFP does not
address is invalid.
The Network is down. respond, then perform the following
steps.
Network is
Check that the RJ-45 connector is
unreachable.
firmly plugged-in.
Connection aborted
Check the Ethernet cable.
by the server
Check the MFP IP address.
Connection reset by
the server.
Check the destination IP address.
Connection timed out. Check Subnet Mask.
20541
The attempt to
connect failed.
20545
Unable to reach the
destination host.
29999
Failed to connect
email host.
Check Gateway IP.
Check Network environment
Troubleshooting> 89
INFORMATION CODES DURING E-MAILING
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
30001
Device internal
failure.
Reboot the machine, and try again. If
the error is still there, contact your
nearest dealer.
30002
Fail to connect Mail
server.
Contact your network administrator
for further help.
30009
Fail to get Mail server Turn on Log File option in [ADMIN /
response.
MANAGEMENT/ Service mode] to
record and observe network actions
and contact your network
administrator or nearest dealer for
further help.
31019
31029
31049
32009
33009
33019
31000
Unpredicted error.
31020
31030
32000
33000
33010
31001
31021
31031
32001
Contact your network administrator
SMTP [421] Service
not available, closing for further help.
transmission channel.
The Server is going to
shut down.
31010
Mail server doesn't
support SMTP service
extension.
31011
Mail server doesn't
support SMTP LOGIN
authentication.
31012
SMTP login user name Check your login user name.
error.
31032
SMTP [450]Requested Check "To" address.
mail action not taken:
mailbox unavailable.
31022
SMTP [451]Requested Contact your network administrator
action aborted: local for further help.
error in processing.
31033
32002
Contact your Mail server
administrator to turn on SMTP LOGIN
option.
33001
Troubleshooting> 90
CODE
MEANING
31023
SMTP [452]Requested Contact your network administrator
for further help.
action not taken:
insufficient system
storage.
31034
33002
31013
31002
31024
31035
ACTION
SMTP
Contact your network administrator
[454]Temporary
for further help on mail server's
authentication failure: authentication mechanism.
The authentication
failed due to a
temporary server
failure.
Choose SMTP authentication for Email
security or turn off the mail server's
authentication and try again.
SMTP [500]Syntax
error, command
unrecognized.
Reboot the machine, and try again. If
the error is still there, contact your
nearest dealer.
32003
33011
31003
31025
31036
SMTP [501]Syntax
Check if the Device Name is valid. The
error in parameters or Device Name can be found in Menu/
arguments.
General.
Check "From" address.
32004
Check "To" address.
Contact your network administrator
for further help.
31037
32005
SMTP [503]Bad
sequence of
commands.
Reboot the machine, and try later. If
the error is still there, contact your
nearest dealer.
31004
SMTP [504]Command Check if the Device Name is valid. The
parameters not
Device Name can be found in Menu/
implemented.
General.
31027
SMTP [530]
Authentication
requires Mail server
requires
authentication in
order to perform the
requested action.
Contact your network administrator
for further help on mail server's
authentication mechanism.
SMTP [550]
Requested action not
taken: mailbox
unavailable
Check "To" address.
31038
Choose SMTP authentication for Email
security or turn off the mail server's
authentication and try again.
[E.g., mailbox not
found, no access]
Troubleshooting> 91
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
31039
SMTP [551] User not
local: please try
again.
Check "To" address.
31026
SMTP [552]Requested Check "To" address.
mail action aborted: Check mailbox storage allocation.
exceeded storage
Contact your network administrator
allocation.
for further help.
31040
33003
31041
SMTP [553]Requested Check "To" address.
action not taken:
mailbox name not
allowed.
32006
SMTP
[554]Transaction
failed.
Contact your network administrator
for further help.
Connection broken
during data
transmission.
Check network environment.
33004
32999
Check if email attachment size is
larger than the mailbox quota.
INFORMATION CODES DURING FILING
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
40001
Device internal
failure.
Reboot the machine, and try later. If
the error is still there, contact your
nearest dealer.
41004
Fail to connect FTP
server.
Make sure the FTP server is not shut
downing and port number is correct.
If the error is still there, contact your
FTP server administrator.
40002
40003
40004
40005
40006
41001
41002
41003
42001
FTP login name error. Check your login name and try again
42002
FTP password
incorrect.
Check your password and try again
43001
FTP can't enter this
directory.
Make sure your have privilege to
enter this directory.
Troubleshooting> 92
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
43003
FTP can't check file
existed or not.
Make sure your have privilege to
browse this directory.
44001
FTP can't change data Contact your server administrator for
transfer type.
further help.
44002
FTP store file error.
Make sure your have privilege to store
file in this position (server/directory)
44003
Insufficient storage
space in system.
Check FTP server free storage space
and contact your server administrator.
44004
File name not
allowed.
Change file name to meet naming
convention of FTP server's OS.
50001
CIFS Network share
name incorrect.
Check directory in profile and make
sure it follows UNC, such as
\\Computer\Share\directory.
51001
CIFS fail to connect.
Check that server supports
CIFS(SMB) connection.
51002
CIFS Computer name Make sure computer name in
error.
directory is correct.
51003
CIFS dialect
negotiation fail.
This CIFS may not support PC
NETWORK PROGRAM 1.0 dialect.
52001
CIFS (User level)
login fail.
Check login name and password you
typed and try again.
53001
CIFS (User level) can This account has not right to create
not make
new subdirectory.
subdirectory.
54001
CIFS fail to create
file.
54002
CIFS send data error
61001
HTTP fail to connect
Check Server IP and HTTP port. Make
sure they are correct. Or, Check
whether that server supports HTTP
connection.
HTTP [401]
Unauthorized.
This HTTP server needs authorization.
Make sure your account has correct
authorization.
64002
HTTP [403]
Forbidden.
This action is forbidden in this server.
This is not unauthorized but
forbidden.
62009
Unpredicted error.
Turn on Log File option in [ADMIN /
MANAGEMENT/ log action] to log and
observe device actions and contact
your server administrator or nearest
dealer for further help.
63001
63002
64000
62001
64001
62002
64009
Make sure you have full control
privilege on this network share.
Troubleshooting> 93
CODE
MEANING
ACTION
63003
HTTP [405] MKCOL
method not allowed.
Contact server administrator to
change permission on this privilege.
63004
HTTP [501] MKCOL
method not
implemented.
HTTP server does not support MKCOL
to create directory. Give up creating
new directory or create directory at
server in advance.
64003
HTTP [405] PUT
method not allowed.
Contact server administrator to
change permission on this privilege.
64004
HTTP [500] internal
server error.
Contact your server administrator for
further help.
64005
HTTP [501] PUT
method not
implemented.
That server does not implement HTTP
PUT method. C5510MFP/C5530MFP
can't store file on this server, contact
your system administrator for help
64006
HTTP [503] service
unavailable.
Contact your server administrator for
help.
64007
HTTP [505] server
does not support
HTTP version 1.1.
That server does not support HTTP
version 1.1 (C5510MFP/C5530MFP
uses), contact your server
administrator for help.
64021
HTTP [404] Resource
not found.
That server can't save the files,
contact your server administrator for
help.
65001
Troubleshooting> 94
CLEARING PAPER JAMS
Provided that you follow the recommendations in this guide on
use of print media, and you keep the media in good condition
prior to use, your MFP should give years of reliable service.
However, paper jams occasionally do occur, and this section
explains how to clear them quickly and simply.
Jams can occur due to paper misfeeding from a paper tray or at
any point on the paper path through the MFP. When a jam occurs,
the printer immediately stops, and the Alert LED on the Status
Panel informs you of the event. If printing multiple pages (or
copies), do not assume that, having cleared an obvious sheet,
others will not also be stopped somewhere along the path. These
must also be removed in order to clear the jam fully and restore
normal operation.
IN THE ADF......
In the event of a paper jam, follow the procedures below to
remove the paper:
1.
Gently open the ADF
front cover to the left.
2.
Carefully pull the paper
out of the ADF unit.
3.
Close the ADF front
cover.
Troubleshooting> 95
IN THE PRINTER......
1.
If a sheet is well advanced out of the top of the printer,
simply grip it and pull gently to draw it fully out. If it does
not remove easily, do not use excessive force. It can be
removed from the rear later.
2.
Press the cover release and open the printer’s top cover
fully.
WARNING!
If the printer has been powered on, the fuser will be hot.
This area is clearly labelled. Do not touch.
3.
Note the positions of the four cartridges.
1
2
3
4
1. Cyan cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Yellow cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Troubleshooting> 96
It will be necessary to remove the four image drums to
gain access to the paper path.
4.
Holding it by its top centre, lift the cyan image drum,
complete with its toner cartridge, up and out of the
printer.
5.
Put the cartridge down gently onto a piece of paper to
prevent toner from marking your furniture and to avoid
damaging the green drum surface.
CAUTION!
The green image drum surface at the base of the
cartridge is very delicate and light sensitive. Do not
touch it and do not expose it to normal room light for
more than 5 minutes.
6.
Repeat this removal procedure for each of the remaining
image drum units.
Troubleshooting> 97
7.
Look into the printer to check whether any sheets of paper
are visible on any part of the belt unit.
4
3
2
1
•
To remove a sheet with its leading edge at the front of
the belt (1), carefully lift the sheet from the belt and
pull it forwards into the internal drum cavity and
withdraw the sheet.
CAUTION!
Do not use any sharp or abrasive objects to separate
sheets from the belt. This may damage the belt surface.
Troubleshooting> 98
•
To remove a sheet from the central area of the
belt (2), carefully separate the sheet from the belt
surface and withdraw the sheet.
4
3
2
1
•
To remove a sheet just entering the fuser (3), separate
the trailing edge of the sheet from the belt, push the
fuser pressure release lever (4) towards the front and
down to release the fuser’s grip on the sheet, and
withdraw the sheet through the drum cavity area. Then
allow the pressure release lever to rise again.
NOTE
If the sheet is well advanced into the fuser (only a short length
is still visible), do not attempt to pull it back. Follow the next
step to remove it from the rear of the printer.
Troubleshooting> 99
8.
Starting with the cyan image drum unit nearest the fuser,
replace the four image drums into the drum cavity,
making sure to locate them in the correct order.
1
2
3
4
•
1. Cyan cartridge
2. Magenta cartridge
3. Yellow cartridge
4. Black cartridge
Holding the complete assembly by its top centre, lower
it into place in the printer, locating the pegs at each
end into their slots in the sides of the printer cavity.
1
2
3
4
Troubleshooting> 100
9.
Lower the top cover but do not press down to latch it
closed yet. This will protect the drums from excessive
exposure to room lighting while you check the remaining
areas for jammed sheets.
10.
Open the rear exit tray (5) and check for a sheet of paper
in the rear path area (6).
6
5
•
Pull out any sheets found in this area.
•
If the sheet is low down in this area and difficult to
remove, it is probably still gripped by the fuser. In this
case raise the top cover, reach around and press down
on the fuser pressure release lever (7).
7
11.
If you are not using the rear exit tray, close it once paper
has been removed from this area.
Troubleshooting> 101
12.
Lift the front cover release and pull open the front cover.
13.
Check inside the cover for sheets in this area and remove
any that you find, then close the cover.
Troubleshooting> 102
14.
Pull out the paper tray and ensure that all paper is stacked
properly, is undamaged, and that the paper guides are
properly positioned against the edges of the paper stack.
When satisfied, replace the tray.
15.
Finally, close the top cover and press down firmly at both
sides so that the cover latches closed.
When the jam has been cleared, if Jam Recovery is set to ON in
the System Configuration Menu, the MFP will attempt to reprint
any pages lost due to paper jams.
Troubleshooting> 103
COLOUR PRINTING
The printer drivers supplied with your MFP provide several
controls for changing the colour output. For general use the
automatic settings will suffice, providing reasonable default
settings that will produce good results for most documents.
Many applications have their own colour settings, and these may
override the settings in the printer driver. Please refer to the
documentation for your software application for details on how
that particular program’s colour management functions.
FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE APPEARANCE OF PRINTS
If you wish to manually adjust the colour settings in your printer
driver, please be aware that colour reproduction is a complex
topic, and there are many factors to take into consideration.
Some of the most important factors are listed below.
Differences between the range of colours
a monitor or printer can reproduce
> Neither a printer nor a monitor is capable of reproducing
the full range of colours visible to the human eye. Each
device is restricted to a certain range of colours. In
addition to this, a printer cannot reproduce all of the
colours displayed on a monitor, and vice versa.
> Both devices use very different technologies to represent
colour. A monitor uses Red, Green and Blue (RGB)
phosphors (or LCDs), a printer uses Cyan, Magenta,
Yellow and Black (CMYK) toner or ink.
> A monitor can display very vivid colours such as intense
reds and blues and these cannot be easily produced on
any printer using toner or ink. Similarly, there are certain
colours, (some yellows for example), that can be printed,
but cannot be displayed accurately on a monitor. This
disparity between monitors and printers is often the main
reason that printed colours do not match the colours
displayed on screen.
Viewing conditions
A print can look very different under different lighting conditions.
For example, the colours in a print may look different when
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viewed standing next to a sunlit window, compared to how they
look under standard office fluorescent lighting.
Printer driver colour settings
The driver settings for Manual colour can change the appearance
of a print. There are several options available to help match the
printed colours with those displayed on screen.
Monitor settings
The brightness and contrast controls on your monitor can change
how your document looks on-screen. Additionally, your monitor’s
colour temperature influences how “warm” or “cool” the colours
look.
There are several settings found on a typical monitor:
> 5000k
Warmest; yellowish lighting, typically used in
graphic art environments.
> 6500k
Cooler; approximates daylight conditions.
> 9300k
Cool; the default setting for many monitors and
television sets.
(k = degrees Kelvin, a measurement of temperature.)
How your software application displays colour
Some graphics applications such as Corel Draw or Adobe
Photoshop may display colour differently from “Office”
applications such as Microsoft Word. Please see your application’s
on-line help or user manual for more information.
Paper type
The type of paper used can also significantly affect the printed
colour. For example, a printout on recycled paper can look duller
than one on specially formulated glossy paper.
TIPS FOR PRINTING IN COLOUR
The following guidelines may help you to achieve good colour
output from your printer.
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PRINTING PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES
Use the Monitor (6500k) Perceptual setting.
If the colours look too dull, try the Monitor (6500k) Vivid or
Digital Camera settings.
PRINTING FROM MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS
Use the Monitor (9300k) setting. This may help if you are having
problems with specific colours from applications such as Microsoft
Excel or Microsoft Powerpoint.
PRINTING SPECIFIC COLOURS (E.G. A COMPANY LOGO)
There are 2 utilities on your printer driver CD-ROM that can help
match specific colours:
Colour Correct Utility
Colour Swatch Utility
ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS OR INTENSITY OF A PRINT
If the print is too light/dark, you can use the Brightness control
to adjust it.
If the colours are too intense/not intense enough, use the
Saturation control.
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ACCESSING THE COLOUR MATCHING OPTIONS
The Colour Matching options in the printer driver can be used to
help match your printed colours to the ones displayed on your
monitor or from some other source, such as a digital camera.
To open colour matching options
from the Windows Control Panel:
1.
Open the Printers window
(called “Printers and Faxes”
in Windows XP).
2.
Right-click the printer name
and choose Properties.
3.
Click the Printing Preferences
button (1).
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1
To open colour matching options from within a Windows
application:
1.
Choose File—Print… from the application’s menu bar.
2.
Click the Properties button next to the printer name.
SETTING THE COLOUR MATCHING OPTIONS
1.
On the colour tab select Advanced colour ((1) below) for
colour Matching.
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2.
Choose the Manual colour setting (2) and select from the
following options:
1
b
c
d
a
2
e
(a)
Monitor (6500k) Perceptual
Optimised for printing photographs. Colours are
printed with emphasis on saturation.
(b)
Monitor (6500k) Vivid
Optimised for printing photographs, but with even
more saturated colours than the Monitor (6500k)
Perceptual setting.
(c)
Monitor (9300k)
Optimised for printing graphics from applications
such as Microsoft Office. Colours are printed with
emphasis on Lightness.
(d)
Digital Camera
Optimised for printing photographs taken with a
digital camera.
Your results will vary depending on the subject and
the conditions under which the photograph was
taken.
(e)
sRGB
The printer will try to reproduce the sRGB colour
space. This may be useful if colour matching from an
sRGB input device such as a scanner or digital
camera.
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USING THE COLOUR SWATCH FEATURE
To use the Colour Swatch feature, you must install the Colour
Swatch Utility. This is supplied on the CD-ROM that was supplied
with your printer.
The Colour Swatch function prints charts which contain a range
of sample colours. Note that this is not the full range of colours
that the printer can produce. Listed on each sample colour are
the corresponding RGB (Red, Green, Blue) values. This can be
used to pick specific colours in applications that allow you to
choose your own RGB values. Simply click the Colour Swatch
button (1) and choose from the options available.
1
An example of using the colour Swatch function:
You wish to print a logo in a particular shade of red. The steps
you would follow are:
1.
Print a colour swatch, then select the shade of red that
best suits your needs.
2.
Take a note of the RGB value for the particular shade that
you liked.
3.
Using your program’s colour picker, enter these same RGB
values, and change the logo to that colour.
The RGB colour displayed on your monitor may not necessarily
match what was printed on the colour swatch. If this is the case,
it is probably due to the difference between how your monitor
and printer reproduce colour. Here, it is unimportant since your
primary objective is to print the required colour.
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USING THE COLOUR CORRECT UTILITY
The Oki Colour Correct Utility is provided on your printer driver
CD-ROM. You must install it separately since it is not installed
along with the printer driver.
The Colour Correct utility has the following features:
> Microsoft Office palette colours can be individually
adjusted. This is useful if you want to change how a
specific colour is printed.
> Colours can be adjusted by changing Hue, Saturation and
Gamma. This is useful if you wish to change the overall
colour output.
Once these colour adjustments have been made, the new
settings can be selected from the printer driver colour tab.
To select adjustments made with the Colour Correct Utility:
1.
From your application program, click File and point to Print.
2.
Click Properties. This displays the printer driver options.
3.
Click the Color tab.
4.
Click Advanced color.
5.
Click User Defined.
Select the colour adjustment you made with the colour Correct
Utility.
Colour Printing> 110
SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
General
Dimensions
444 x 561 x 667mm (W x D x H)
Weight
32Kg approximately
Power Source
Input: 220 to 240VAC, 50 to 60Hz
Power consumption
Typical operating <400W
Idle <125W
Power save mode<32W
Environmental
Noise
56dBA (operating)
Temperature
10°C to 32°C
Humidity
20% to 80% RH
Scanning
Image Sensor
colour CCD
Light source
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp
Optical resolution
600 x 600 dpi
Output Quality
Input: 48 bit colour
Output: 24 bit colour
8 bit Greyscale
4 bit CMYK
1 bit Monochrome
Memory
2.5 Mbytes
LCD size
Text, 24 x 2, mono
LED Indications
Power saving
Warning
Power
External Connections RJ45 (Network)
USB (Computer)
Network
10/100 Mbit auto-negotiation
Network Workgroup
solution for:
Stand-alone copy
Email (via Internet/Intranet)
Filing
Output format
PDF, JPEG, TIFF
Specifications> 111
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Interface
USB 2.0 Host
Copy
USB 2.0 Device
Scan (length of USB cable not to exceed
2m.)
Ethernet 10/100 Mb Email, Scan to file, Print
ADF
Document size
114 x 140 to 216 x 355mm
Document weight/
Thickness
7.26 to 12.7 Kgs
Document thickness 0.508 to 0.157mm
Paper Feed
Face up
Capacity
50 sheets of Xerox4024 DP 9.07Kg
paper
Copy Specification
Emulation
Windows GDI (Hyper-C), PJL
Interface
USB 2.0
Number of copies
Up to 99
Resolution
600 x 600dpi
Media type
Plain paper, Ultra Heavy, Transparency
Quality
Speed, Fine
Density Control
5 levels
Background remove
Yes
Enlarge/reduce
Whole page (93%)
25% to 400% in 1% increments
Preset Scaling
Input tray
Auto/Tray 1/MP Tray
Paper Supply
Letter SEF (Short Edge Feeding)
Legal SEF
A4 SEF
B5 SEF
A5 SEF
A5 SEG
Edge erase
0 to 25mm
Margin shift
0 to 25mm
Paper saving
1/4/ in 1 page
(N-up)
Collate
On/OFF
Specifications> 112
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Job counting
Copy, Scan, Print
Enable/Disable
Network Specification
Connectivity
Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX autonegotiation with RJ-45 connector
Communications
Protocol
TCP/IP, SMTP, HTTP, MIME, FTP, CIFS,
DHCP, DNS, LDAP
Supported Browsers Microsoft IE 4.1 or higher
Netscape Navigator 4.0 to 4.78
Configuration
Requirement
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
SMTP server/POP3 server
FTP server
Web server
E-mail Specification
Communication
Protocol
SMTP, MIME, POP3
File Formats
B&W
PDF, TIFF, MTIFF
Grey/colour
PDF, TIFF, MTIFF, JPEG
Default File Format
PDF
Separation Limit
1MB, 3 MB, 5MB, 10 MB, 30MB, No limit
Resolution
75, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 600 dpi
Default Resolution
200 dpi
Address Book
Volume
Max. Addresses
100
Group
20
No. of Addresses in
Each Group
50
Multiple Recipients
Allow
Yes
Security Check
Yes
Mail Server
Authentication
SMTP, POP3
Specifications> 113
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Supported Mail
Server Application
Lotus Mail Server 5.0
MS Exchange Server 2000
RedHat 7.0 SendMail
MAC Mail Server in OS 9.04
Supported LDAP
Server
Windows 2000 Active Directory
Windows NT 4.0 + MS Exchange 5.5
Lotus Notes R5
Supported Mail
Application
Microsoft Outlook 2000
Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0
Microsoft Outlook Express 6
Netscape Messenger 4.7
Netscape Messenger 4.73
MAC built-in MAIL application
Eudora 4.3.2J
Lotus Notes R5
Filing Specification
Communication
Protocol
FTP, HTTP, CIFS
File Formats
B&W
PDF, TIFF, MTIFF
Grey/colour
PDF, TIFF, MTIFF, JPEG
Default File format
PDF
Resolution
75, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 600 dpi
Default Resolution
200 dpi
Max. Number of
Profiles
20
Printing
Speed
12 pages per minute colour/20 pages
per minute monochrome
Resolution
600 x 600dpi
Auto Features
Auto registration
Auto density adjustment
Auto consumable counter reset
Memory
96MB standard, upgradable to 288MB
Paper capacity
at 80g/m²
300 sheets in main tray
100 sheets in multi purpose tray
Specifications> 114
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Paper weight
64 ~ 120g/m² in main tray
75 ~ 203g/m² in multi purpose tray
Paper output
250 sheets in face down (top) stacker @
80g/m²
100 sheets in face up (rear) stacker @
80g/m²
Printer life
420,000 pages or 5 years
Duty cycle
20,000 pages per month max., 4,000
pages per month average
Toner life
3,000 pages at 5% coverage
Image drum life
14,000 pages (typical office usage)
Belt life
50,000 A4 pages at 3 pages per job
Fuser life
45,000 A4 pages
Specifications> 115
INDEX
A
F
Advanced features
enabling or disabling...............43
Face down stacker ......................19
B
Belt
how to replace.........................78
life expectancy ........................65
Black printing
glossy or matte........................41
Face up stacker...........................19
Fuser
how to replace.........................81
life expectancy ........................65
I
Image drum
how to replace.........................73
life expectancy ........................65
C
Cassette tray ..............................18
Information Codes/messages......88
Clearing paper jams ....................95
during E-mailing ......................90
In the ADF................................95
during Filing ............................92
In the printer ...........................96
Colour matching
choosing image source ..........108
during Networking ...................89
during scanning and
copying..................................88
general advice.......................104
Installing additional memory.......84
Internet Communication
Features ....................................26
general settings ......................40
how to access........................107
Scan to E-mail .........................26
printing colour swatch ...........109
Scan to FTP..............................26
Configuration..............................28
Configuring Your machine.... .......24
Configuring your machine....
....from the Control Panel .........28
L
Loading Paper.............................20
Cassette tray ...........................20
....from the Web Page ..............28
Multi purpose tray ...................23
Consumable order details ...........66
M
E
Envelopes
loading ...................................23
Memory
installing upgrade ...................84
FTP..........................................32
MFP overview................................8
Minimum Configuration
Requirements ............................24
HTTP .......................................32
Multi purpose tray.......................18
Explanation of filing protocols .....32
INDEX > 116
how to use ..............................23
supported sheet sizes..............18
paper metrics ..........................18
tray selection in Windows ........39
Paper recommendations
Business cards ........................17
O
Operation ...................................44
Envelopes ...............................17
Adjusting Density ....................52
Changing Scaling ....................51
Collation .................................50
Copy Quality............................52
Copying ..................................50
Edge Erase ..............................51
Input Tray................................51
Loading Document(s)
for copying.............................44
Margin Shift ............................51
N-Up (Paper Save)....................51
Paper Supply...........................51
Placing Document(s)
in the ADF...............................45
Placing Document(s)
on the Glass ...........................46
Scanning.................................53
Sending Document(s)
to a File Server........................48
Sending Document(s)
via E-mail ...............................46
Using the ADF ..........................44
Labels .....................................17
Pre-printed stationery ..............17
Transparencies........................17
Poster printing............................39
Pre-Installation Information.........24
DHCP Enable ...........................25
DNS server ..............................25
Gateway IP ..............................25
IP Address...............................25
POP3 Port................................25
POP3 Server ............................25
SMTP Port ...............................25
SMTP Server............................25
Subnet Mask ...........................25
Print order
face down stacker....................22
face up stacker ........................22
Print settings
how to save .............................39
Printer default settings
Windows defaults ....................41
Priority
print queue priority..................42
P
Page orientation
setting in Windows ..................40
Paper
jam clearing ............................95
R
Replacing consumable items .......65
belt unit ..................................78
Fuser.......................................81
loading cassette tray ...............20
Image drum.............................73
loading letterhead ...................21
Toner cartridge ........................67
Resolution
setting in Windows ..................39
recommended types ................17
size setting in Windows ...........38
INDEX > 117
S
Separator page
separating print jobs ...............43
Specifications...........................111
ADF .......................................112
Spooling
Windows settings ....................42
T
Toner
how to replace.........................67
Copy .....................................112
life expectancy ........................65
E-mail ...................................113
Filing.....................................114
W
Printing .................................114
Watermark
printing in Windows.................40
Scanning...............................111
INDEX > 118
OKI CONTACT DETAILS
Oki Systems (UK) Limited
Oki Data (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
550 Dundee Road
Slough Trading Estate
Slough, SL1 4LE
78 Shenton Way, #09-01,
Singapore 079120
Tel: (65) 221 3722
Fax: (65)421 1688
http://www.okidata.com.sg
Tel:44 (0) 1753 819819
Fax:44 (0) 1753 819899
http://www.oki.co.uk
Oki Systems (Thailand) Ltd.
Oki Systems Ireland Limited
The Square Industrial Complex
Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland
956 Udomvidhya Building 6th
Floor, Rama IV Rd., Bangkok
10500, Thailand
Tel:+353 1 4049590
Fax:+353 1 4049591
http://www.oki.ie
Tel: (662) 636 2535
Fax: (662) 636 2536
http://www.okisysthai.com
OKI Systems (Ireland) Ltd.
Oki Hong Kong Limited
40 Sydenham Park
Belfast, BT4 1PW
Suite 1909, Tower3,
China Hong Kong City,
Tel:+44 44 (0)28 90 20 1110
http://www.oki.ie
33 Canton Rd., Tsimshatsui,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Technical Support for all of
Ireland:
Tel: +353 1 4049570
Fax: +353 1 4049555
E-mail: tech.support@oki.ie
Oki Data Corporation
4-11-22 Shibaura, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-8551, Japan
Tel: (81) 3 5445 6158
Fax: (81) 3 5445 6189
http://www.okidata.co.jp
Tel: (852) 2736 0130
Fax: (852) 2376 3725
The IPL Group
63-85 Victoria Street
Beaconsfield NSW 2015,
Australia
Tel: (61) 2 9690 8200
Fax: (61) 2 9690 8300
http://www.oki.com.au
Comworth Systems Ltd.
10 Constellation Drive Mairangi
Bay, Auckland,
New Zealand
Tel: (64) 9 477 0500
Fax: (64) 9 477 0549
http://www.comworth.co.nz
OKI CONTACT DETAILS > 119
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