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User Manual
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Dear Customer,
About this User Manual
In buying this device you have chosen a quality product
made by PHILIPS. Their device fulfils the most varied requirements for private use or in your office and business
everyday.
For printing purposes, your device utilises the most up-todate laser technology. A starter cartridge is provided with
the device. For this starter cartridge, you do not require
any Plug’n’Print card.
You can store up to 200 entries in the telephone book of
your device. Your device can store 10 different groups with
up to 199 entries.
With the broadcasting key (= Broadcasting) you can add
further numbers during the dialing process and send a
message quickly and simply to several recipients.
You can send fax messages in different resolutions to one
or more recipients or a group. You can also poll faxes and
prepare documents for polling.
Five fax templates, which you can use, are stored in your
device. With these templates you can quickly create, for example, a short fax note or an invitation.
Select the resolution for text and photo in order to copy
documents with your machine. You can also create multiple copies.
You can send SMS messages from your machine if this
service is activated for your telephone line (this function is
not supported in all countries and networks). Received
SMS messages can be managed with the extensive functions of the SMS menu.
You can enter text on your device and send as a fax transmission to another device (in countries and networks without SMS function).
If you want, your device can print Sudoku puzzles in four
different difficulty levels with solution.
You can connect the device to your computer (PC with
Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP¦3) · ME · XP · Vista), and
can use it as a laser printer (LPF¦935, LPF¦940). With
Scan-to-PDF scan the documents with your device and
save them directly as PDF files. With the TWAIN scanner
driver you can access the device and scan documents from
any application which supports this standard.
Edit the telephone book entries of the device from the
computer. You can exchange existing entries between the
device and Microsoft Outlook or the address books of
Windows.
We hope you enjoy your machine and its many functions!
With the installation guide on the following pages, you can
start using your machine quickly and easily. Detailed descriptions can be found in the following sections of this
user manual.
Read the entire user manual carefully. Follow all safety instructions in order to ensure proper operation of your machine. The manufacturer accepts no liability if these instructions are not followed.
Multiple models of this machine series are described in this
user manual. Please note that some functions are only
available with specific models.
Starter Cartridge
Telephone Book
Broadcast Transmissions
Fax Templates
Symbols Used
Dangers
Warns about dangers for people, damage to the machine or other objects as well as possible loss of data.
Injuries or damage can result from improper handling.
Tips
This symbol designates tips that will help you to use
your machine more effectively and easily.
Text2Fax
PC Connection
Telephone Book
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Installation Guide
Contained in the Packing
Loading Paper
1 Device
Initial operation
‚ Device
ƒ Telephone handset (LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
„ Spiral cable for telephone handset (LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
… Document support
† Paper tray
‡ Document outlet tray
ˆ Mains cable with plug (country-specific)
‰ Telephone cable with plug (country-specific)
Š Starter cartridge
User manual with installation guide (not depicted)
Installation-CD (LPF¦935, LPF¦940) (not depicted)
Initial operation: Please remove the protective
cardboard from the paper tray before loading paper
and replacing the paper tray into the device.
2 Telephone handset (Type 3)
3 Spiral cable for telephone handset (Type 3)
4 Document Support
5 Paper Tray
6 Document Outlet Tray
7 Mains Cable
8 Telephone Cable
9 Starter Cartridge
User Manual
Installation-CD (Type 4)
Requirements
Before you can receive documents or make copies, you
must load paper into the device. Please use only appropriate paper in standard format A4 · 210¦×¦297 millimetre
· preferably80¦g/m2. Follow the specifications in the technical data.
Separate the paper sheets by fanning them out, then
align them by tapping edge of the stack lightly
against a flat surface. This will prevent several sheets
of paper from being drawn in all at once.
Loading Paper
Preparing Paper
Verpackungsinhalt
1 Remove the cover from the paper tray.
Initial operation: Please remove the protective
cardboard from the paper tray before loading paper and replacing the paper tray into the device.
2 Put in only as much paper as will fit under the raised
limit markers on the upper edge of the paper tray (see
also the drawings on the cover of the paper tray). You
can load up to 250 sheets.
Packing Contents
If one of the parts is missing or damaged, please contact your retailer or our customer service.
Attaching the Document Support
Attaching the Document Support
Insert the document support into the two openings in the
cover. The document support should snap securely into
place.
Dokumentenhalter anbringen
If you would like to print on an input sheet (for
example, forms or stationery), place the input
sheet face down in the paper tray, with the top of
the page toward the rear.
Forms that have been printed out by a laser printer are not suitable for further printing. This can
lead to a paper jam.
Installation Guide
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3 Press the paper down until the lever (A) snaps into
place at the rear of the paper tray.
Connecting the Telephone Handset
(LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
Plug one end of the spiral cable into the socket on the telephone handset. Insert the other end into the socket designated with the ) symbol.
Type 3 (mit Telefon)
Connecting the Handset
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Telefonhörer anschließen
4 Place the cover back on the paper tray. Push the paper
tray into the device all the way to the stopping point.
Inserting Starter Cartridge
Plug’n’Print Card
Do not pull out the paper tray while the device is
in the process of printing. This can lead to a paper
jam.
Extending the Printout and Fax
Outlet Tray
Before you can receive documents, make copies, or print,
a toner cartridge must be inserted into the device. For this
reason, a starter cartridge is supplied with the device. The
toner level memory for this starter cartridge was set at the
factory. The starter cartridge need not be updated with a
Plug’n’Print card. For each additional toner cartridge that
you insert into your device, you must update the toner level memory with the Plug’n’Print card provided.
1 Open the cover by taking hold of both document
guides and tipping the cover backward.
Extending the Printout and Fax Outlet Tray
Pull the print-out and fax outlet tray out of the paper tray
cover.
Druckausgabe rausziehen
Attaching the Document Outlet
Tray
Attaching the Document Outlet Tray
Insert the document outlet tray into the two openings under the operation panel.
Dokumentenausgabe anbringen
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Never open a toner cartridge. If toner dust is released into the air, you should avoid allowing it to
contact your skin and eyes. Do not inhale the released toner dust. Remove the toner dust from
clothing or objects with cold water; hot water
would only cause the toner to set.
2 Take the new toner cartridge from the package.
3 Remove the black protective foil and other packaging
material, but do not yet remove the protective
strip from the cartridge.
4 Shake the new toner cartridge back and forth several
times in order to distribute the toner evenly, thereby
improving the print quality.
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5 Only after completely pull off the protection strip located on the left side of the cartridge.
Netzkabel anschließen
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Once you have removed the protection strip, do
not shake the toner cartridge any more. Otherwise, it is possible that toner dust will be released
into the air.
6 Place the toner cartridge into your device. The cartridge
should snap securely into position.
Initial Installation
Initial Installation
After you connect your device to the mains, the initial installation commences.
Selecting the Country
Setting the Country Correctly
Always set the country in which you are operating
the machine. Otherwise, your machine is not adapted to the telephone network. If your country is not
included in the list, you must select a different setting
and use the correct telephone cable for the country.
Consult your retailer.
1 Press OK.
2 Use [ to select the country in which you are operating the device.
3 Confirm twice with OK.
Entering Number
Header
7 Close the cover. Make sure that the cover snaps securely
into position on both sides.
Connecting the Telephone Cable
Connecting the Telephone Cable
Connect the telephone cord to the device by inserting it in
the socket designated with LINE (RJ-11-Connector). Insert the telephone plug into your telephone connection
socket.
Telefonkabel anschließen
Your name and number are added together with date, time
and page number at the top edge of each fax transmission
(= header).
1 Enter your number.
To insert special characters and symbols, press
;ü. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete individual characters.
2 Confirm with OK.
Entering Name
PABX Systems 1
If you connect your device as extension to a telephone system, you must set it for working as an extension (also see Chapter "Telephone connections
and additional devices, page 29).
Connecting the Mains Cable
Mains Voltage at Setup Location
Check whether the mains voltage of your device (indicated on the type label) matches the mains voltage
available at the setup location.
Connecting the Mains Cable
Insert the mains cable into the connection located on the
rear side of the device. Connect the mains cable to the electrical socket.
Installation Guide
1 Enter the name using the keys (A—Z).
Enter capital letters by pressing and holding ú
button. You can enter special characters using ½.
To insert special characters and symbols, press
;ü. Press ûü to insert language specific special
characters. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete individual characters.
2 Confirm with OK.
Entering the Date and Time
1 Enter the date (two digits for each field), for example
31¦05¦25 for May 31th, 2025.
2 Enter the time, e.g. 14 00 for 2 pm.
3 Confirm with OK.
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Overview
Overview of the Menu Functions
43 Printing the Telephone Book
43 Printing the telephone book...................... page 28
44 Printing the settings .................................. page 28
45 Printing the jobs list.................................. page 16
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The following functions are available on your device.
There are two ways in which you can call functions.
Navigating in the menu: Press OK or one of the two
arrow keys [ to open the function menu. Page through
[ menu entries. Use OK to select a function. Press C to
return to the previous menu level. Press j to close the
menu and return to the starting mode.
Calling functions directly: You can call a menu function directly using the function number. Press OK and enter the appropriate function number using the numeric
keypad. Confirm using OK. You will find the function
number in the following list.
Menu Navigation
Direct Loading
Printing the Settings
45 Printing the Jobs List
5 Jobs
51 Immediate Job Execution
51 Immediate job execution........................... page 16
52 Changing a job ......................................... page 16
53 Deleting a job ........................................... page 16
54 Printing a job............................................ page 16
55 Printing the jobs list.................................. page 16
52 Changing a job
53 Deleting a Job
54 Printing a Job
55 Printing the Jobs List
6 Miscellaneous
61 Locking the Device
61 Locking the device .................................... page 26
62 Installing a new toner cartridge ................. page 31
68 Sudoku ..................................................... page 20
62 Installing a new toner cartridge
1 Installation
11 Selecting the Country
11 Selecting the country .................................page 26
12 Selecting the language................................page 26
13 Entering the date and time ........................page 26
14 Entering your telephone number and namepage 26
15 Configuring telephone lines and services....page 29
16 Various settings .........................................page 27
17 Setting the number of rings .......................page 27
18 Setting the ring volume .............................page 27
19 Setting the fax reception mode ..................page 28
64 Sudoku
12 Selecting the Language
13 Entering the Date and Time
14 Entering Your Telephone Number and Name
15 Configuring Telephone Lines and Services
16 Make Various Settings
17 Setting the Number of Rings
18 Setting the Ring Volume
19 Setting the Fax Reception Mode
2 Fax
21 Reducing transmission speed
21 Reducing transmission speed .....................page 27
22 Fax polling.................................................page 15
23 Polling send...............................................page 15
24 Sending fax later ........................................page 14
25 Settings for transmission reports ................page 27
27 Deactivating automatic fax printout ..........page 15
28 Settings for fax reception ...........................page 27
29 Using fax templates....................................page 14
22 Fax Polling
23 Polling Send
24 Sending Fax Later
25 Settings for Transmission Reports
27 Deactivating Automatic Fax Printout
28 Settings for Fax Reception
29 Using Fax Templates
3 SMS
(Function is not supported in all countries and
networks)
31 Sending SMS.............................................page 18
32 Reading SMS.............................................page 18
33 Deleting SMS ............................................page 19
34 Printing SMS.............................................page 18
35 Settings for sending and receiving SMS .....page 19
36 Changing transmitting and receiving numbers
.......................................................................page 19
Function is not supported in all countries and networks
31 Sending SMS
Printing Help Pages
Printing the Functions List
Printing the Functions List
You can also print the functions list by pressing ¨, 1 and
OK.
Printing the Telephone Book
Printing the Telephone Book
You can also print the telephone book by pressing ¨, 4
and OK.
Printing the Fax Templates
Printing the Fax Templates
You can also print the fax templates by pressing ¨, 8 and
OK.
Printing Fax Journal
Printing Fax Journal
You can also print the fax journal by pressing ¨, 3 and
OK.
Printing the Job List
Printing the Job List
You can also obtain a print-out of the jobs list by pressing
¨, 6 and OK.
Sudoku: Printing a Game
Sudoku: Printing a Game
You can also print a new Sudoku by pressing ¨, 7 and
OK.
32 Reading SMS
33 Deleting SMS
34 Printing SMS
Printing the List of Settings
Printing the List of Settings
You can also print the list of settings by pressing ¨, 5 and
OK.
35 Settings for sending and receiving SMS
36 Changing Transmitting and Receiving Numbers
4 Lists and Reports
41 List of the available functions
41 List of the available functions.....................page 28
42 Printing fax journal....................................page 28
42 Printing Fax Journal
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Device Overview
‚ Toner cartridge
Außenansicht Tonerkartusche
1 Cover
‚ Cover
ƒ Document support
„ Document feed slot
… Document guide
† Panel with display
‡ Document outlet
ˆ Printout and fax outlet (extendable)
‰ Paper tray
Š Slot for the Plug’n’Print card
‹ Telephone handset with spiral cable (LPF¦925,
LPF¦935)
2 Document Support
3 Document Feed Slot
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4 Document Guide
5 Panel with Display
6 Document Outlet
7 Printout and Fax outlet
8 Paper Tray
9 Slot for the Plug’n’Print Card
10 Telephone Handset with Spiral Cable (Type 3)
Außenansicht nummeriert
Connections on the Rear Side
1 Telephone Handset Socket
‚ )-Socket—Connection socket for the telephone
(LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
ƒ EXT-Socket—Connection socket for additional devices
„ LINE-Socket—Connection socket for telephone cable
… þ-socket—USB port for PC (LPF¦935, LPF¦940)
† Mains cable socket
2 External Devices
3 Telephone Cable
4 USB Port (Type 4)
5 Mains Cable Socket
Außenansicht Rückseite
1 Toner Cartridge
Overview
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Panel with Display
Letter Keypad
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Keys (A—Z)—Telephone book register: Calling up telephone book entries / entering letters. Entering capital letters by pressing and holding ú button. Entering a space
using ½. Entering a full stop using .. Entering a break using Rø.
;ü—Entering special characters (punctuation marks
and symbols). Select the entries with [. Confirm with
OK.
ûü—Entering language specific special characters (special
letters). Select the entries with [. Confirm with OK.
ú—Shift key: entering capital letters / in combination
with other keys: calling additional functions
am—Calls up telephone book functions
Red lamp Æ—If the lamp flashes, please read what is indicated on the display
Green Lamp â/_—It flashes whenever an SMS message has arrived or when a document is waiting to be retrieved from the fax memory.
j—Function abort / return to the starting mode / documents eject
C—Returning to the previous menu level / deleting individual digits
[—Calling the menu functions / navigation within the
menu / selecting options / moving the cursor
OK—Calling the menu functions/ confirming input
o—Start a fax transmission or fax reception
COPY—Press twice: making copies automatically. Press
once: adjusting copies
Special Characters 1
Special Characters 2
Shift Key
Telephone Book
Red lamp
Green Lamp (SMS)
Stop
C
Arrow Keys
OK
Start
Copy
Help
¨—Print list of functions, jobs, settings / printing fax journal or telephone book / Sudoku: printing a game / printing
the fax templates
_—Calling up the SMS menu (function is not supported in all countries and networks) / in countries and networks without SMS function: calling up Text2Fax sending
À—Sending to multiple recipients (= Broadcasting):
Sending fax or SMS message to multiple recipients
fx—Setting higher resolution for faxes and copying
(NORMAL, h—FINE, f—SFINE, x—PHOTO)
Numeric keys—Entering digits
@ù—List of the last ten numbers dialled (= redialling
list)
ú and @ù—List of last ten callers (= caller list)
μ—(LPF¦920, LPF¦940): Listening while the connection
is established / (LPF¦925, LPF¦935): Dialling with the
handset replaced
Rø—Insert short line interruption (Hook Flash) as office
index on PABX or for calling special functions in the public telephone network (PSTN)
ú and Rø—Inserting dialling pause
SMS (Function is not supported in all countries and networks)
Broadcasting (SMS)
Resolution
Number Buttons
Redialling
Caller List
Speaker
R
P
Symbols on the LCD Display
SFine
f—SFINE resolution configured
x—PHOTO resolution configured
h—FINE resolution configured
ž—Incoming calls during absence (function is not supported in all countries and networks)
_—Incoming SMS messages (function is not supported
in all countries and networks)
Photo
Fine
CLIP
SMS
L3 Paneel
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General Safety Information
Your device has been tested in conformity with standards
EN 60950-1 and IEC 60950-1 and should only be operated
with telephone systems and power equipment that meet
these standards. The device was built exclusively for use in
the indicated sales region.
Do not make any changes or settings that are not described
in this user manual.
Use only the power and telephones cables supplied.
Setting Up the Machine
Disconnect your device from the power and telephone networks during an electrical storm.
The device should rest securely on a stabile, flat surface.
The device should rest securely on a stabile, flat surface. If
the device should fall, it can be damaged or can cause injury
to people, especially small children. Position all cables in
such a way that no one will stumble on them, thus avoiding
possible injuries to persons or damage to the device itself.
The distance between the device and other devices or objects
must be at least 15 centimetres; this also applies to the use
of additional cordless telephones. Do not place the device in
the vicinity of radios or televisions.
Lock the cover of the device completely into place when
opening the device. You could be injured if the cover falls
while you are working on the device.
Protect the device against direct sunlight, heat, large temperature fluctuations and moisture. Do not place the device in
the vicinity of heaters or air conditioners. Observe the information on temperature and humidity in the technical data.
The device must have sufficient ventilation and may not be
covered. Do not put your device in closed cabinets or boxes.
Do not place the machine on soft surfaces such as tablecloths or carpets and do not cover the ventilation slits. Otherwise, the device can overheat and catch on fire.
The area in which you operate the device must be adequately ventilated, especially if the device is used frequently. Set
up your device in such a way that the flow of the exhaust air
stream points away from the work station.
In the event that the device becomes too hot, or if you see
smoke coming from the device, you must immediately pull
the power cable out of the power socket. Have your device
examined by trained professionals at a technical service location. To prevent the spread of fire, open flames should be
kept away from the device.
Do not plug in the device in moist rooms. Never touch the
mains cable, the mains connection or the telephone socket
with wet hands.
Do not allow liquids to enter into the device. Disconnect
the device from the power socket if liquids or foreign objects
have entered the device and have your device examined by
trained professionals at a technical service location.
Do not allow children to handle the device without supervision. The packing materials should be kept out of the hands
of children.
The telephone handset of the device is magnetic. Caution,
small metallic objects (paper clips) may be retained if placed
near or on the telephone handset.
The distance between the device and other appliances or objects, must be at least 15 centimetres.
Lock the cover of the device completely into place
Protect the device against direct sunlight
The device must have sufficient ventilation
The area in which you operate the device must be adequately ventilated
In the event that the device becomes too hot, or if you see smoke coming from the device
Do not plug in the device in moist rooms.
Do not allow liquids to enter into the device.
Do not allow children to handle the device without supervision.
Magnetic telephone handset
Power Supply
Check whether the mains voltage of your device
Check whether the mains voltage of your device (indicated
on the type label) matches the mains voltage available at the
setup location.
General Safety Information
Use only the power and telephones cables supplied.
Set up your device so that the power socket is easily accessible. The device does not have an on/off button. In an emergency, disconnect your device from the power supply by
pulling the power plug.
Never touch the power or telephone cable if the insulation
is damaged.
Disconnect your device from the power and telephone networks during an electrical storm. If this is not possible, do
not use the device during an electrical storm.
Before cleaning the surface of your device, disconnect it
from the power and telephone networks. Never use liquid,
gaseous or easily flammable cleansers (sprays, abrasives, polishes, alcohol).
Only clean the display with a dry, soft cloth. If the display
breaks, a mildly corrosive liquid may escape. Avoid all contact with your skin and eyes.
In the event of a power failure, your device will not function; saved data is retained.
The device does not have an on/off button.
Never touch the power or telephone cable if the insulation is damaged.
Before cleaning the surface of your device, disconnect it from the power and telephone networks.
Only clean the display with a dry, soft cloth.
In the event of a power failure, your device will not function;
Repairs
Should disruptions occur, follow the instructions on the display and on the error report.
Do not make any repairs to the device yourself. Improper
maintenance can result in injuries or damage to the device.
Only have your device repaired by an authorised service centre.
Do not remove the type label from your device; this would
void the warranty.
Consumable Materials
Use only original consumable materials. These are available
from a specialised retailer or through our order service (see
back side of this user manual). Other consumable materials
could damage the device or shorten its service life.
Dispose of old consumable materials according to the waste
regulations of your country.
Never open a toner cartridge. If toner dust is released into
the air, you should avoid allowing it to contact your skin
and eyes. Store both new and used cartridges in a place
where they will not come into the hands of children.
In case of a paper jam, do not forcefully remove the paper,
but rather pull it gently out of the device and throw it away
carefully: It is possible that the toner may not be completely
set on the print-out, and toner dust could be released into
the air. Do not inhale the released toner dust. Remove the
toner dust from clothing or objects with cold water; hot water would only cause the toner to set.
Laser-Safety
Your device operates with laser beams. Only a qualified service technician should open the device and carry out service
operations; otherwise there is a risk of eye injuries resulting
from both visible and invisible laser radiation.
à Class 1 Laser Product
Class 1 Laser Product
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Table of Contents
Dear Customer, ......................................................... 2
About this User Manual ............................................ 2
EN
Installation Guide ................................... 3
Contained in the Packing ..........................................
Attaching the Document Support ..............................
Loading Paper ...........................................................
Extending the Printout and Fax Outlet Tray .............
Attaching the Document Outlet Tray ........................
Connecting the Telephone Handset ..........................
Inserting Starter Cartridge .........................................
Connecting the Telephone Cable ..............................
Connecting the Mains Cable .....................................
Initial Installation ......................................................
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3
3
4
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5
5
5
Overview ................................................. 6
Overview of the Menu Functions ..............................
Printing Help Pages ...................................................
Device Overview ........................................................
Panel with Display .....................................................
6
6
7
8
General Safety Information................... 9
1 Telephone Functions ....................... 11
Making Telephone Calls on the Device ...................
Getting outside line .................................................
Chain Dialling .........................................................
Insert Dialling Pause ................................................
Dialling with the Handset Replaced ........................
Telephone Book ......................................................
Groups ....................................................................
Calling Line Identification (CLIP) ...........................
Missed Calls ............................................................
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2 Fax ..................................................... 13
Sending a Fax ..........................................................
Manually Sending a Fax ...........................................
Direct Inward Dialling or Selecting Sub-address ......
Listening while a connection is established ..............
Broadcasting ............................................................
Sending Fax Later ....................................................
Using Fax Templates ...............................................
Fax Reception ..........................................................
Receiving Fax Manually ...........................................
Deactivating Automatic Fax Printout ......................
Polling Faxes ............................................................
Jobs .........................................................................
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3 Copier ............................................... 17
Inserting Documents ............................................... 17
Making a Copy ........................................................ 17
Adjusting Copies ..................................................... 17
4 SMS ................................................... 18
SMS Requirements ..................................................
Sending SMS ...........................................................
Receiving SMS Messages .........................................
Reading SMS Messages ............................................
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Printing SMS Messages ............................................
Deleting SMS Messages ...........................................
Modifying the Settings .............................................
Sending Text2Fax ....................................................
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5 Fun and Games................................ 20
Sudoku .................................................................... 20
6 PC Connection ................................ 21
Requirements ...........................................................
Installing the Software .............................................
Using Companion Suite ...........................................
Editing the Telephone Book ....................................
Modifying the Settings .............................................
Displaying the Toner Level ......................................
Printing from Computer ..........................................
Scanning ..................................................................
Uninstalling the Software .........................................
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24
24
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25
7 Settings............................................. 26
Energy Saving Mode ................................................
Selecting the Country ..............................................
Selecting the Language .............................................
Entering the Date and Time ....................................
Entering Your Telephone Number and Name .........
Locking the Device ..................................................
Set Resolution ..........................................................
Reducing Transmission Speed .................................
Turning Page Header On/Off ..................................
Switching Transmission Report On/Off ..................
Additional Fax Reception Options ...........................
Setting the Ring Tones ............................................
Setting the Fax Reception Mode ..............................
Printing Lists and Help Pages ..................................
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27
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27
28
28
8 Telephone Lines and Additional Devices ........................................................... 29
Configuring Telephone Lines and Services ............... 29
Connecting Additional Devices ................................ 29
Using Additional Telephones (Easylink) .................. 29
9 Service .............................................. 30
Changing the Toner Cartridge .................................
Restart the Recharging Process .................................
Displaying the Toner Level ......................................
Fixing a Paper Jam ...................................................
Fixing a Document Jam ...........................................
Cleaning ..................................................................
Power Cycling ..........................................................
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31
32
32
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10 Glossary ............................................ 34
11 Appendix .......................................... 37
Technical Data ........................................................
Guarantee ................................................................
Declaration of Conformity (DoC) ...........................
Customer Information .............................................
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1 Telephone Functions
(LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
For information on how to connect additional telephones
and which functions are available to you, please refer the
chapter on Telephone Connections and Additional Devices, Page 29.
Type 3 (mit Telefon)
Connecting Additional Telephones
Making Telephone Calls on the
Device
Dial the desired telephone number. There are multiple
ways to do this. Then lift up the handset.
You can also lift up the receiver first, then dial a
number. The dialling process begins immediately.
Direct Dialling
Manual dialling: Dial the desired telephone number
with the number pad.
Telephone book register: with the keys (A—Z) you
can access entries saved in the telephone book. Enter the
initial letters or the name of the desired entry. Your device
will show you the telephone book entries for the corresponding letters. Select an entry using [.
You can also call the telephone book entries by pressing am and select using [ SEARCH.
The function Search works even while you are conversing on the telephone.
If you are loading entries from the telephone book, it
is possible to edit the numbers after you have loaded
them. For example, you can add or delete prefixed
numbers or direct dial numbers.
Telephone Book
Using the Telephone Book
Redial List
Redial list: Press @ù. Use [ to select an entry from
the list of the dialled numbers.
Calling List: Press ú and @ù. Use the [ to select
an entry from the list of callers.
For this function to work, the caller line identification (CLIP) must be activated for your telephone
connection (country and network dependent). The
number and name will not be shown if the caller suppresses his number.
Caller List
CLIP Prerequisite
Getting outside line
PABX Systems
Private branch exchanges (PABX) are typical in many offices and some households. You must dial an outside line
access code in order to get a connection to the public telephone network (PSTN) from a PABX.
Enter the outside line access code with which you reach the
public telephone network before you enter the desired
number or select a stored entry. The outside line access
code is usually 0.
In rare cases, the outside line access code may be a different number or a two-digit number. For older telephone systems, the outside line access code can be R (=
Flash). Press Rø to enter this outside line access code.
If the connexion to the public telephone network is not
possible, contact your telephone system supplier.
Outside Line Access Code Error
Setting up an extension
If you operate your device permanently at an extension, store the outside line access code with the 15
function (see page 29).
Telephone Functions
Chain Dialling
You can combine and edit manually entered digits and
saved entries, before the dialling process starts. If you have
saved, for example, the telephone number prefix of an inexpensive telephone service provider (call-by-call) as a telephone book entry, select this entry and manually enter
the subsequent telephone number or select another saved
entry.
Insert Dialling Pause
Insert Dialling Pause
It may be necessary to insert a dial pause in telephone
number, for example, for a direct-inward dialling number,
a sub-address or in a long distance number. Press ú and
Rø. The second part of the number is dialled only after a
short pause.
Dialling with the Handset Replaced
Dialling with the Handset Replaced
Press μ to dial without lifting up the handset. You will
hear the dial tone from the loudspeaker; the dialling process will commence immediately.
Telephone Book
Help 4 · Telephone book
Press ¨, 4 and OK to print a list of all saved entries
and groups in the telephone book.
Telephone Book
Call the telephone book functions using am: You can
store new entries, search for entries as well as set and edit
groups. You can save up to 200 entries in the telephone
book of your device.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete
individual characters. Press j to close the menu and
return to the starting mode.
Cursor navigation 1
Saving Entry
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press am.
Using [ select ADD NAME.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the name using the keys (A—Z).
Enter capital letters by pressing and holding ú
button. You can enter special characters using ½.
To insert special characters and symbols, press
;ü. Press ûü to insert language specific special
characters. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the number using the number pad.
Confirm with OK.
Select the speed for fax transmissions to this recipient.
Normally you can select the highest speed. Set a lower
transmission speed if you are sending faxes into networks with poor line quality.
Confirm with OK. The entry is saved.
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Edit Entry
EN
10 If necessary, enter a new number for the group.
11 Confirm with OK.
Press am.
Using [ select MODIFY.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the initial letters or select the entry you would
like to change with [.
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Change the stored name, the number and the transmission speed.
7 Confirm the changes by pressing OK.
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3
4
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6
Deleting an Entry
Calling Line Identification (CLIP)
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2
3
4
Press am.
Using [ select CANCEL.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the initial letters or select the entry you would
like to delete with [.
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Confirm the deletion with OK.
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2
3
4
Groups
Groups
You can combine several telephone book entries into a
group. A message is sent to all members of this group in
succession. Your device can store 10 different groups with
up to 199 entries.
Creating Group
Press am.
Using [ select ADD LIST.
Confirm with OK.
Enter a name for the group.
Confirm with OK.
Press am and add entries from the telephone book.
Enter the initial letters or select using [.
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Press am and add additional recipients to the group.
9 Press OK to end the input.
10 Enter a group number from 1 to 9.
11 Confirm with OK. The group is now saved.
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2
3
4
5
6
Deleting a Group
Press am.
Using [ select CANCEL.
Confirm with OK.
Select the group that you would like to delete.
Confirm with OK.
Confirm the deletion with OK.
(Function is not supported in all countries and
networks)
The number of an incoming call appears on the display.
For this function to work, the Calling Line Identification
Presentation (CLIP) must be activated for your telephone
connection. Enquire with your telephone company. Caller
Line Identification may be associated with a fee.
If the Caller Line Identification does not work even
though the function is activated for your telephone
connection, check if you have set the correct country
(also see Chapter Settings, page 26)
Function is not supported in all countries and networks
CLIP Definition
Setting the Country
Missed Calls
Missed Calls
If you receive a telephone call during your absence, the
symbol ž will appear. The caller’s number will appear in
the display. Your device will store the telephone numbers
of the last 10 calls.
1 Press ú and @ù.
2 Use the [ to select an entry from the list of callers.
New entries are marked with a star *.
3 To call back, pick up the handset.
If the number of the rings has been set to 0 with
function 17, then the telephone numbers of callers who have directed their calls to additionally
connected telephones are not shown.
Edit Group
Press am.
Using [ select MODIFY.
Confirm with OK.
Using [ select the group you would like to edit.
Confirm with OK.
If necessary, enter a new name for the group.
Confirm with OK.
You can delete or add entries. Use C to delete individual recipients. Press am to add a recipient from the
telephone book.
9 Confirm with OK.
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2 Fax
Help 3 · Fax Journal
Press ¨, 3 and OK to print the fax journal of the
last 30 transmissions.
Press j to eject the documents without sending
them.
Do not insert any documents into the machine
that...
... are wet, have been edited with correction fluid, are
soiled or have a coated surface.
... are written on with a soft pencil, with paint, chalk
or charcoal.
... originate from newspapers or magazines (printing
ink).
... are held together with office or notebook staples or
with tape or glue.
... are pasted with note papers.
... are creased, crumpled or torn.
3 Set the desired resolution. You can choose between
NORMAL (for documents without special features),
h/FINE (for texts with small print or drawings), f/
SFINE (for documents with many details) und x/
PHOTO (for photos). Press fx. The symbol of the
selected resolution appears in the display.
With function 16, you can select the default resolution setting (also see chapter Set Resolution,
page 27).
4 Dial the desired number. There are several ways to do
this:
5 Press o.
If the subscriber is busy, the device dials the
number again after some time. Press j, in order
to cancel the transmission process. After the
transmission, the machine prints out a transmission report depending on the settings.
Manual dialling: Dial the desired telephone number
with the number pad.
Telephone book register: with the keys (A—Z) you
can access entries saved in the telephone book. Enter the
initial letters or the name of the desired entry. Your device
will show you the telephone book entries for the corresponding letters. Select an entry using [.
You can also call the telephone book entries by pressing am and select using [ SEARCH.
The function Search works even while you are conversing on the telephone.
If you are loading entries from the telephone book, it
is possible to edit the numbers after you have loaded
them. For example, you can add or delete prefixed
numbers or direct dial numbers.
Loading Documents
Sending a Fax
As much as possible, use fax documents printed with
darker coloured text (black or dark-blue). Yellow, orange and green are not suitable.
Sending a Fax
Document Formats
Use documents with size A4 · 210¦×¦297 millimetres
with 60¦–¦90¦g/m2. Do not use any documents that are
smaller than A4. You can insert up to 20 documents at a
time.
The contrast setting is automatically adjusted to
the document. If you would like to specify the
contrast yourself, use function 24 Sending Fax
Later (page 14).
1 Insert the documents face down into the document
feeder. The lower most document will be fed in first.
You can insert up to 20 documents at a time.
Telephone Book
Using the Telephone Book
Redial List
Redial list: Press @ù. Use [ to select an entry from
the list of the dialled numbers.
Calling List: Press ú and @ù. Use the [ to select
an entry from the list of callers.
For this function to work, the caller line identification (CLIP) must be activated for your telephone
connection (country and network dependent). The
number and name will not be shown if the caller suppresses his number.
Caller List
CLIP Prerequisite
2 Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level
on the documents.
Manually Sending a Fax
1 Insert the document.
2 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
3 Press μ.
4 Press o.
Fax
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Direct Inward Dialling or Selecting Sub-address
If your machine cannot reach a recipient, the fax
message is sent to the other recipients. After the
machine has called all recipients, it once again dials the numbers that previously could not be
reached.
Direct inward dialling or sub-address
EN
You can send a fax to a direct-inward dialling number or a
sub addressor or call from a direct-inward dialling number
or sub address - for example to use a certain service of a fax
database provider. For this purpose, attach the direct-inward dialling number or sub address with a short dialling
pause to the fax number.
1 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
2 Press ú and Rø.
3 Enter the direct-inward dialling number or sub address.
4 Press o. The direct-inward dialling number or sub address is dialled only after a short pause.
Listening while a connection is established
Listening while a connection is established
You can listen while a connection is established, for example if a fax transmission constantly fails.
Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or select a saved entry. Press μ.
Hands-free operation is not possible with this function. You cannot answer if the subscriber picks up.
No hands-free operation
Broadcasting
Broadcasting
You can send one fax to multiple recipients in succession.
Entering Recipients Individually
1 Insert the document.
2 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
3 Press À.
4 Enter the next telephone numbers. Between the individual recipients, press À. You can enter up to 10 recipients.
5 Press o. The device transmits the fax message successively to all recipients.
You can interrupt the process at any time, by
pressing j.
Sending Fax Later
Delayed Fax Transmission
If you would like to make use of the lower telephone tariffs
or if the recipient can be reached at some specific time only, you can send the fax at a later time – within 24 hours.
1 Insert the document.
2 Press OK, 24 and OK.
3 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
You can enter further recipients. Between the individual recipients, press À.
4 Confirm with OK.
5 Enter the time, at which the document should be transmitted, e.g. 14 00 for 2 pm.
6 Confirm with OK.
7 Using [, select the desired contrast.
8 Confirm with OK. After a short warm up phase, the
device will read the document into the memory and
will send out the fax at the specified time.
To cancel a scheduled fax transmission, simply delete
the document from the jobs list (also see chapter
Jobs, page 16).
Jobs
Using Fax Templates
Help 8 · Fax Templates
You can also print the fax templates by pressing ¨,
8 and OK.
Fax Templates
Five fax templates, which you can use, are stored in your
device. With these templates you can quickly create, for example, a short fax note or an invitation.
1 Press OK, 29 and OK.
2 Use [ to select the template you would like to print.
3 Confirm with OK. The device prints the template.
4 Fill the template and send it to the desired recipient per
fax.
Sending a Fax to a Group
1 Insert the document.
2 Enter the initial letters or select a group using [.
You can also call the groups by pressing am
and select using [ SEARCH.
3 You can enter additional groups or individual numbers.
Press À.
4 Enter the next telephone numbers. Between the individual recipients, press À. You can enter up to 10 recipients.
5 Press o. The device transmits the fax message successively to all recipients.
You can interrupt the process at any time, by
pressing j.
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Fax Reception
Fax Switch
The built-in fax switch of your device distinguishes
between fax messages and telephone calls. You have
different options available (also see chapter Setting
the Fax Reception Mode, page 28).
Memory
If you have not changed the factory settings, received faxes
will be printed out automatically. If there is no paper or
toner in your device, the device will store incoming fax
transmissions in its memory. The green lamp â/_ on
the panel will flash whenever there is a fax present in the
memory. After you have loaded paper into the device or
inserted a new toner cartridge, the saved messages are
printed.
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The fax memory can store up to 100 pages (LPF¦920,
LPF¦925, LPF¦935) or 400 pages (LPF¦940). Follow the
specifications in the technical data.
If the message memory is full, no additional messages
can be received.
Polling Faxes
Receiving Fax Manually
1 Press OK, 22 and OK.
2 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
3 Press o.
Memory
Memory
Receiving Fax Manually
Select manual reception under fax reception mode (see
Chapter Setting the Fax Reception Mode, page 28). The
device will not receive faxes on its own. This setting is useful, when you want to receive faxes via a modem connected
to a computer. You can start fax reception manually, by
pressing o.
Deactivating Automatic Fax
Printout
Deactivating Automatic Fax Printout
You can secure your fax reception with a code. In that case,
incoming faxes are not printed out, but rather are stored in
the fax memory. Only after entering a PIN code can you
print out these fax transmissions.
Entering the PIN Code
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2
3
4
5
If you have already saved a code, the device will
ask you to provide the old code first before you
can enter a new code.
Press OK, 27 and OK.
Using [ select ANSWER CODE.
Confirm with OK.
Enter a four-digit PIN code.
Note down your PIN code in a safe place. Should
you forget the PIN code, the device must be reset
to factory settings, in order to be able to access it
again. All personal settings will be deleted.
Confirm with OK.
Switching On and Off
Press OK, 27 and OK.
Using [ select ACTIVATION.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the four-digit PIN code.
Confirm with OK.
Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
7 Confirm with OK.
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Fax Polling
With the fax polling function, you can retrieve faxes that
lie ready in the dialled fax machine. You can also provide
documents on your machine to be polled by others.
EN
Polling Faxes Directly
Time-Deferred Polling
1 Press OK, 22 and OK.
2 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter the time, at which the document should be
polled, e.g. 14 00 for 2 pm.
5 Confirm with OK.
6 The device is now in standby mode. You can continue
to carry on telephone conversations or send other fax
transmissions during this time.
To cancel a scheduled fax transmission, simply delete
the document from the jobs list (also see chapter
Jobs, page 16).
Jobs
Polling Send of Faxes
1 Insert the document.
2 Press OK, 23 and OK.
3 Using [ select SIMPLE or MULTIPLE. With the
setting SIMPLE, the document can be polled only
once. If you select MULTIPLE, the document can be
freely polled any number of times.
4 Confirm with OK.
5 Using [, select the desired contrast.
6 Confirm with OK. After a short warm up phase, the
device will store the document in the fax memory.
To cancel a scheduled fax transmission, simply delete
the document from the jobs list (also see chapter
Jobs, page 16).
Jobs
Printing Out Fax Transmissions
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2
3
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5
Press OK, 27 and OK.
Using [ select PRINT.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the four-digit PIN code.
Confirm with OK. The stored fax transmissions are
printed out and deleted from the memory.
Fax
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Jobs
Help 6 · Jobs
You can also obtain a print-out of the jobs list by
pressing ¨, 6 and OK.
Introduction
EN
All messages that have just been sent, that have been prepared for polling or that are to be sent at a later time are
present on in the jobs list.
Jobs appear in the display one-at-a-time. After the job
number and job status indicator, you will find the fax
number to which a fax is to be sent or from which it is to
be polled. Documents on the jobs list can fall into the following categories with regard to their status:
TX—Time-Deferred Sending
DOC—Polling send
POL—Time-delayed Fax Polling
TR.—Job in progress
SMS—SMS transmission (function is not supported in all
countries and networks)
Press j to close the menu and return to the starting
mode.
Display
Jobs 1
Jobs 2
Jobs 3
Jobs 4
Jobs 5
Stop
Immediate Job Execution
1 Press OK, 51 and OK.
2 Using [ select the job that you would like to execute
immediately.
3 Confirm with OK. The transmission or polling will
commence immediately.
Changing a Job
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2
3
4
Press OK, 52 and OK.
Using [ select the job that you would like to modify.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the desired changes and confirm by pressing OK.
Deleting a Job
1
2
3
4
Press OK, 53 and OK.
Using [ select the job that you would like to delete.
Confirm with OK.
Confirm the deletion with OK.
Printing a Job
1 Press OK, 54 and OK.
2 Using [ select the job that you would like to print
out.
3 Confirm with OK.
Printing the Job List
Printing the Job List
Press OK, 55 and OK. The device will print out a list
of all pending jobs.
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3 Copier
Inserting Documents
Document Formats
Use documents with size A4 · 210¦×¦297 millimetres
with 60¦–¦90¦g/m2. Do not use any documents that are
smaller than A4. You can insert up to 20 documents at a
time.
1 Insert the documents face down into the document
feeder. The lower most document will be fed in first.
You can insert up to 20 documents at a time.
4 Select the desired resolution using [. You have a
higher resolution available to you for copying than you
have for fax transmissions.
RESOL.:FAST—For documents without special features
RESOL.:QUALITY—For documents with small print
or drawings
RESOL.:PHOTO—For the highest resolution
5 Confirm with OK.
6 You can make copies of the document that are enlarged
or that are compressed in size. Size compression is possible down to 25 percent of the size of the original, and
enlargements of up to 400 percent can be made. Enter
the the desired value using the numeric keypad.
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Using [, select the desired contrast.
9 Confirm with OK. The copy is created.
2 Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level
on the documents.
Press j to eject the documents without copying
them.
3 Set the desired resolution. You can choose between h/
FINE (for documents without special features), f/
SFINE (for documents with many details) and x/
PHOTO (for the highest resolution). Press fx. The
symbol of the selected resolution appears in the display.
With function 16, you can select the default resolution setting (also see chapter Set Resolution,
page 27).
Making a Copy
Press COPY twice. The copy is created.
Adjusting Copies
1 Press COPY.
2 Enter the number of times you would like to copy the
document (maximum of 99 copies).
3 Confirm with OK.
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4 SMS
(Function is not supported in all countries and
networks)
Function is not supported in all countries and networks
EN
SMS Requirements
CLIP for SMS
Your device is preset for using the SMS (Short Messaging
Service) services. Caller Line Identification (CLIP) must be
activated for the SMS to work. It is possible that you will
not be able to send and receive SMS messages from a private branch exchange (depending on the country and network).
Should you face problems in sending SMS, the reason for the same could be that you are using a secret
number or that the device is connected to an old
ISDN System.
6 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
7 Press À.
8 Enter the next telephone numbers. Between the individual recipients, press À. You can enter up to 10 recipients.
9 Press _. The message is sent.
Direct Inward Dialling or Selecting Subaddress
SMS with secret number
SMS Requirements
Ask your telephone service provider...
... whether you must register for the SMS Service.
... to which mobile telephone service providers you
can send SMS
... which costs are applicable.
... which functions are available.
Sending SMS
1 Press _.
2 Using [ select SEND SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
You can also call the function by pressing OK,
31 and OK.
4 Enter the text using the keys (A—Z). You can enter
160 characters.
Enter capital letters by pressing and holding ú
button. You can enter special characters using ½.
To insert special characters and symbols, press
;ü. Press ûü to insert language specific special
characters. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete individual characters. Press COPY to print
the message before sending it.
5 Press _.
6 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
7 Press _. The message is sent.
Sending to Multiple Recipients (= Broadcasting)
1 Press _.
2 Using [ select SEND SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
You can also call the function by pressing OK,
31 and OK.
1 Press _.
2 Using [ select SEND SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
You can also call the function by pressing OK,
31 and OK.
4 Enter the text as described under Sending SMS.
5 Press _.
6 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
7 Enter the direct-inward dialling number or sub address.
8 Press _. The message is sent.
Receiving SMS Messages
Receiving SMS Messages
When you have received an SMS, the green light â/_
will shine on your device, and the _ symbol will appear
on the display. Received SMS messages are printed out automatically. If you have turned the automatic printing
function off, the SMS messages will be stored. Your device
can store up to 30 SMS messages.
Reading SMS Messages
1 Press _.
2 Using [ select READ SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
You can also call the function by pressing OK,
32 and OK.
4 Using [ select the SMS that you would like to read.
Unread SMS messages are marked with a star *.
5 Confirm with OK.
Printing SMS Messages
1 Press _.
2 Using [ select PRINT SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
You can also call the function by pressing OK,
34 and OK.
4 Enter the text as described under Sending SMS.
5 Press _.
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Press OK, 35 and OK.
Using [ select SENDER NAME.
Confirm with OK.
Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
4 Using [ select the SMS that you would like to print.
SELECTED—Using [ select the message that you
would like to print.
NEW—Prints all unread SMS messages
ALL—Prints all received SMS messages
5 Confirm with OK.
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Deleting SMS Messages
Switching Notification Tone On/Off
SMS Deletion Introduction
Your device can store up to 30 SMS messages. If the message memory is full, the device cannot receive any more
messages. Delete SMS messages to free up memory.
1 Press OK, 33 and OK.
2 Using [ to select the SMS message you would like to
delete.
SELECTED—Using [ select the SMS that you would
like to delete.
ALREADY READ—Deletes all read SMS messages
ALL—All SMS messages will be deleted.
3 Confirm with OK.
Modifying the Settings
Cursor Navigation 6
You can move the cursor using [. Press C to return
to the previous menu level. Press j to close the
menu and return to the starting mode.
Changing Transmitting and Receiving
Numbers
Numbers of the SMS Center
All numbers that you need to send and receive SMSs are
stored in your device. In case you moved to another telephone service provider, you must change these numbers.
You can also receive SMS messages through a second service provider.
1 Press OK, 36 and OK.
2 Using [ select SMS CENTER 1.
You can also receive SMS messages through a second service provider. Select SMS CENTER 2.
Modify the number for receiving SMS as described under step 10.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Using [ select SEND No.
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Enter the number for sending SMSs.
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Using [ select RECEIVE No.
9 Confirm with OK.
10 Enter the number for receiving SMSs.
11 Confirm with OK.
Sending the Sender’s Name
Switching Notification Tone On/Off
You will hear a notification tone whenever an SMS message has arrived. You have the option of turning this function off.
1 Press OK, 35 and OK.
2 Using [ select BEEP SMS.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
Switching Automatic Printing On/Off
Automatic Printing
You can deactivate the automatic printing of SMS messages.
1 Press OK, 35 and OK.
2 Using [ select AUTO PRINT.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
Sending Text2Fax
(in countries and networks without SMS function)
You can enter text on your device and send as a fax transmission to another device
1 Press _.
2 Enter the desired number using the numeric keypad or
select a saved entry.
3 Enter the text using the letter keypad. You can enter a
maximum of 70 lines of 80 characters each—a total of
5.600 characters.
Enter capital letters by pressing and holding ú
button. You can enter special characters using ½.
You can enter a line break using Rø.
To insert special characters and symbols, press
;ü. Press ûü to insert language specific special
characters. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete individual characters. Press COPY to print
the message before sending it.
4 Press _. The message is sent.
(in countries and networks without SMS function)
Text2Fax
Sending the Sender’s Name
You can set whether or not your name should be sent with
each SMS message—identifying you as the sender. You
can enter and save you name with the function 14 (also see
chapter Entering Your Telephone Number and Name,
page 26).
SMS
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5 Fun and Games
Sudoku
Help 7 · Sudoku
You can also print a new Sudoku by pressing ¨, 7
and OK.
EN
Sudoku
Sudoku is a Japanese number puzzle. The game has 3 × 3
squares divided into 3 × 3 fields. Depending on the difficulty level, lesser or more digits are already given at the beginning of the game. The aim of the game is to fill digits
from 1 to 9 in the game field is such a way that each digit
appears only once in a row, a column and each of the nine
blocks. There is only one solution.
The solution of the last printed game is saved. The
solutions of earlier games are no longer available.
Last Solution Only
Printing a Game
6 Enter the time, e.g. 14 00 for 2 pm.
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Using [ select the difficulty level.
9 Confirm with OK.
10 Enter, how many copies of the Sudoku you would like
to print (maximum 9 copies).
11 Confirm with OK.
12 Using [ select if you would like to print the solution.
13 Confirm with OK.
You can turn off the daily Sudoku print by selecting
the function as described above and by switching off
the automatic printing under point 4.
Sudoku for Every Day 2
Press OK, 68 and OK.
Using [ select NEW.
Confirm with OK.
Using [ select the difficulty level.
Confirm with OK.
Enter, how many copies of the Sudoku you would like
to print (maximum 9 copies).
7 Confirm with OK.
8 Using [ select if you would like to print the solution.
9 Confirm with OK.
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Printing the Last Game Again
Press OK, 68 and OK.
Using [ select LAST.
Confirm with OK.
Enter, how many copies of the Sudoku you would like
to print (maximum 9 copies).
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Using [ select if you would like to print the solution.
7 Confirm with OK.
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2
3
4
Printing the Solution
1 Press OK, 68 and OK.
2 Using [ select SOLUTION.
3 Confirm with OK.
Sudoku for Every Day
You can have a new Sudoku automatically printed each
day.
1 Press OK, 68 and OK.
2 Using [ select AUTOMATIC.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Using [ indicate whether you would like to turn
printing on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
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6 PC Connection
(LPF¦935, LPF¦940)
Type 4 (PC)
Requirements
PC
You can connect your device to a PC (Microsoft
Windows operating system). The device is not compatible with Linux or Apple Macintosh.
Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
2 The Companion Suite LL window appears on the
screen. You can install or uninstall Companion Suite
LL. Click on Install products.
Click on Browse contents to view the files on
the installation CD.
Processor
Pentium II-Processor with:
800 MHz for Windows 2000 (SP¦3) · ME
1 GHz for Windows XP · Vista 32bit
Processor
RAM
128 MB for Windows 2000 (SP¦3) · ME
192 MB for Windows XP
512 MB for Windows Vista Home
1.024 MB for Windows Vista Premium · Business · Ultimate
RAM
Operating System
Windows 2000 (SP¦3) · ME · XP · Vista
Operating System
Free Hard Drive Space
260 MB of free hard drive space
Free Hard Drive Space
3 By selecting Companion Suite LL, you will install
Companion Suite LL and Scan-to-PDF, as well as
the drivers for the printer and scanner. By selecting
Adobe Acrobat Reader you will install Acrobat
Reader. Click on Companion Suite LL.
Connection
USB 1.1 · USB 2.0 Full Speed
Should problems with the PC connection arise, have
the following information to hand when you contact
technical customer services: hardware configuration
of your computer, operating system installed and security programmes used (anti-virus programmes,
firewall). Then we can help you more quickly.
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Customer Information
Installing the Software
Installation
First install the software. The device may not be
connected to the PC before this. After the software
installation, the PC must be restarted. Only then
should you connect your PC and the device with a
USB cable.
Installation-CD
On the installation CD supplied with your device, you will
find the Companion Suite LL and Scan-to-PDF. With
the Companion Suite LL, you can access the address
book of the device from your computer and add or edit entries. You can also alter your device settings as well as
checking the toner level of the toner cartridge. With Scanto-PDF scan the documents with your device and save
them directly as PDF files.
1 Close all open programs and applications before beginning the installation process. Place the installation CD
in the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The program
will start automatically.
If the program does not start automatically, select
the CD-ROM drive in the Windows Explorer
and start the program Setup.exe with a doubleclick.
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4 Your computer will now prepare for the installation
process. Then a window will appear on the screen in
which you may start the installation process. Click on
Next.
5 Next you will be asked to accept the licensing conditions. Click on Yes.
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6 The program can now commence with the installation.
Click on Install.
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7 At the conclusion of the install process you must restart
your computer. Make your selection as to whether the
computer should restart automatically or whether you
would like to restart the computer yourself at a later
time. Click on Finish.
Using Companion Suite
Start
You can start the Companion Suite LL either by clicking
on the Companion Director icon on your desktop or by
selecting Start > Programs > Companion Suite LL >
Companion Suite LL > Companion Director from
the Start menu.
Start
You can change the look of the start menu by clicking with the right mouse button.
Companion Suite
Click on Address book to edit the telephone book of your
device. Click on Settings to change the basic settings of
your device. Under Status, you can select the settings for
the display of the toner level as well as for the application
Scan-to-PDF. If you would like to create PDF files out of
scanned documents, click on the large icon Doc Manager
in the middle of the start menu.
Editing the Telephone Book
Introduction
8 Only after the restart, connect the device to your PC
with a typical USB cable. The USB port of your device
can be found on the rear side.
9 Your device is detected as a new peripheral device and
registered.
10 If your operating system is Windows XP (Service Pack
2), an additional window will appear during the final
installation. Select No, not this time, and click on
Next.
11 Under Windows XP, select Install software automatically during the final installation and click on
Next.
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With Companion Suite LL, you can edit the telephone
book entries of the device and in the Windows address
book as well as in Microsoft Outlook.
1 Click on Address book.
2 To edit the telephone book entries, select the device.
You can add new entries or groups to your telephone
book and edit or delete these entries as well as printing
out a list of all entries.
You can exchange existing entries between the address books of Windows, Microsoft Outlook and
your device. In the right menu window, select the
entry you would like to copy to a different address
book. Hold down the mouse button to drag this
entry to the address book in the left window to
which you would like to copy the entry.
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Add an Entry
Edit Group
Edit Group
1 To add a new entry, select New. You can choose
whether to add a single entry or a group.
1 Select the group that you would like to edit.
2 Choose Select the members to add new entries to the
group or remove entries from the group. Click on
Erase to delete the entire group.
3 Confirm with OK.
Archiving the Telephone Book
Introduction
With the address book of the Companion Suite LL you
can save the telephone book entries of your device to your
PC or load saved entries (file format *.csv).
Click on File > Export to save the telephone book entries. You can select the directory in which you would like
to save the file.
Click on File > Import to add entries to the address book.
Select the file you would like to import; the entries are added to the existing entries.
The data in the file must be separated by semicolons
(;).
Export
Import
2 Enter the name and number and select the transfer
speed for fax transmissions to this recipient (also see
chapter Telephone Book, page 11). Confirm with OK.
Edit Entry
Archiving the Telephone Book
Edit Entry
1 Select the entry that you would like to edit and click on
Properties.
2 Modify the name or the number.
3 Confirm with OK.
Add a Group
1 Enter the name of the group.
2 Click on Select the members to add new entries to
the group.
Modifying the Settings
Settings on the Device
1 Click on the Settings button to modify the basic settings of your device. Among other setting, you can enter your name and number, set the date and time, select
the connection type and set the parameters for the device. You can also configure the security codes for the
fax memory and keyboard lock.
2 Confirm with OK.
3 Add new members to the group using the arrow buttons.
Settings for Scan-to-PDF
1 Click on Status.
2 Selecting the register ScanTo.
4 Confirm with OK.
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3 Configuring the desired settings for Scan-to-PDF.
Mode—Scan in the black-and-white mode (also called
“barcode mode”) or in the grey tone mode.
Resolution—Select the scan resolution
Output Format—Selecting the output format
Save as …—Selecting the path in which to save
4 Confirm with OK.
1 Insert the documents face down into the document
feeder. The lower most document will be fed in first.
You can insert up to 20 documents at a time.
Displaying the Toner Level
Displaying the Toner Level
Click on Status. The toner level of the toner cartridge is
indicated by a percentile value between 100 percent (full)
and 0 percent (empty).
2 Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level
on the documents.
You can interrupt the process at any time, by
pressing j.
Printing from Computer
Introduction
When you install the Companion Suite LL on your computer, the device is also installed as a printer under Windows. In the print menu under Start > Settings > Printers, you will find your device listed as Laser Printer
Scanner.
You can access your device from any program and use it to
make black-and-white print-outs just as you would use any
other printer. Simply select the Laser Printer Scanner as
your printer.
The Laser Printer Scanner is installed as the default printer for all programs on your computer.
3 Start the program Scan-to-PDF by clicking in the start
menu on the icon Doc Manager.
4 After a short warm-up phase the document is read and
the PDF file saved in the specified path.
Printing from Computer
Laser Printer Scanner
Properties
Click in the Print menu on Properties to edit the print
settings. You can set whether to print in letter or landscape
format and how many pages should be printed on a single
sheet. Change the print order to print the last page of your
document first. A long document is then output sorted;
the first page lies on top.
Scanning with the TWAIN scanner driver
TWAIN
The TWAIN driver is installed together with the Companion Suite LL. With the TWAIN scanner driver you
can access the device and scan documents from any application which supports this standard.
1 Insert the documents face down into the document
feeder. The lower most document will be fed in first.
You can insert up to 20 documents at a time.
Scanning
Scan-to-PDF
Scan-to-PDF
With Scan-to-PDF scan the documents with your device
and save them directly as PDF files. Configuring the necessary settings in the Status menu (also see chapter Settings for Scan-to-PDF, page 23).
Use documents with size A4 · 210¦×¦297 millimetres
with 60¦–¦90¦g/m2. Do not use any documents that are
smaller than A4. You can insert up to 20 documents at a
time.
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2 Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level
on the documents.
Pre-selection
Introduction
Under the menu item Pre-selection, you can create different profiles. In a profile, you may save settings that you
would like to use fairly often, for example, for scanning of
a frequently-used document-type.
1 First configure all the settings.
2 Click on New.
3 Enter a name for the profile.
4 Click on Save.
To scan documents with the saved settings, select this profile from the selection menu.
Pre-selection
3 Open the photo processing or graphics application
which supports the TWAIN driver. Select the TWAIN
Scanner Driver as your scanner. The following window
appears.
If you select the controller on the upper right, a dialogue
appears in which you can select the alignment and filter
settings for the scan.
Using the controls beneath this, you can choose whether to
scan in the black-and-white mode (also called barcode
mode) or in the grey tone mode.
Enter the desired resolution for the scanner under Resolution.
4 Click on the lower button Start scan to commence
with the scanning process. After the scanning is finished, the document appears in the main window of the
photo processing or graphics application.
Uninstalling the Software
1 Close all open programs and applications before beginning the uninstall process. Load the uninstall program
by clicking on Start > Programs > Companion
Suite LL > Companion Suite LL > Uninstall in the
Start menu. Your computer will now prepare for the
uninstall process.
2 You can either repair the program or remove it. Select
Remove. Click on Next.
3 You will be asked to confirm the uninstall. After you
have clicked on OK, the Companion Suite LL will be
removed from your computer.
4 At the conclusion of the uninstall process you must restart your computer. Make your selection as to whether
the computer should restart automatically or whether
you would like to restart the computer yourself at a later
time. Click on Finish.
5 After rebooting has occurred, removal of the Companion Suite LL from your computer will be complete.
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7 Settings
Help 5 · Settings
Press ¨, 5 and OK to print a list of all settings of
your device.
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Cursor Navigation 6
You can move the cursor using [. Press C to return
to the previous menu level. Press j to close the
menu and return to the starting mode.
Energy Saving Mode
Energy Saving Mode
Your device switches into the energy saving mode by default. It is not necessary for you to set the device to this
mode. Whenever you receive a fax or if you would like to
print or make a copy, your device will automatically switch
back from its energy saving mode to its operating mode.
Selecting the Country
Setting the Country Correctly
Always set the country in which you are operating
the machine. Otherwise, your machine is not adapted to the telephone network. If your country is not
included in the list, you must select a different setting
and use the correct telephone cable for the country.
Consult your retailer.
1 Press OK, 11 and OK.
2 Use [ to select the country in which you are operating the device.
3 Confirm with OK.
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3
4
5
Press OK, 14 and OK.
Enter your number.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the name using the keys (A—Z).
Confirm with OK.
Locking the Device
Locking the Device
With the locking function, you can prevent unauthorised
persons from using your device. You can lock either the entire keyboard or the number pad of your device. Only after
entering of the correct code will it be possible to access
functions or enter numbers. The lock will turn itself on
again after each use of the device.
Entering the PIN Code
1
2
3
4
Selecting the Language
If you have already saved a code, the device will
ask you to provide the old code first before you
can enter a new code.
Press OK, 61 and OK.
Using [ select LOCKING CODE.
Confirm with OK.
Enter a four-digit PIN code.
Note down your PIN code in a safe place. Should
you forget the PIN code, the device must be reset
to factory settings, in order to be able to access it
again. All personal settings will be deleted.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the code again for confirmation purposes.
Confirm with OK.
1 Press OK, 12 and OK.
2 Use [ to select the desired display language.
3 Confirm with OK.
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7
Entering the Date and Time
Locking the Keyboard
1 Press OK, 13 and OK.
2 Enter the date (two digits for each field), for example
31¦05¦25 for May 31th, 2025.
3 Enter the time, e.g. 14 00 for 2 pm.
4 Confirm with OK.
Entering Your Telephone
Number and Name
Press OK, 61 and OK.
Using [ select LOCK KEYBD..
Confirm with OK.
Enter the four-digit PIN code.
Confirm with OK.
Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
7 Confirm with OK.
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3
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5
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Header
Your name and number are added together with date, time
and page number at the top edge of each fax transmission
(= header).
Enter capital letters by pressing and holding ú button. You can enter special characters using ½.
To insert special characters and symbols, press ;ü.
Press ûü to insert language specific special characters. Select with [. Confirm with OK.
You can move the cursor using [. Use C to delete
individual characters.
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Locking the Number Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press OK, 61 and OK.
Using [ select LOCK NUMBER.
Confirm with OK.
Enter the four-digit PIN code.
Confirm with OK.
Using [ select ONLY DIRECT..
Confirm with OK.
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Set Resolution
Custom settings /default settings
The changed settings are stored as new default settings. If you select a special function for a one-time
process, take care to restore the default settings or
factory settings after that.
1 Press OK, 16 and OK.
2 Using [ select RESOLUTION.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Select the desired resolution using [.
NORMAL—For documents without special features
FINE—For documents with small print or drawings
SFINE—For documents with many details
PHOTO—For photos
5 Confirm with OK.
Reducing Transmission Speed
Lowering the Transmission Speed
The machine adapts the transmission speed to the line
quality. This may take some time, especially for overseas
connections. Set a lower transmission speed if you are
sending faxes into networks with poor line quality.
1 Press OK, 21 and OK.
2 Select the desired speed using [.
3 Confirm with OK.
Turning Page Header On/Off
Page Header
Your name and number appear in the page header of each
fax transmission. If you do not wish to send out your information, you can turn this function off.
1 Press OK, 16 and OK.
2 Using [ select TX HEADER.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
Switching Transmission Report
On/Off
ALWAYS—The transmission report will be printed after
each successful fax transfer as well as after interrupted
transfers.
ON ERROR—The transmission will only be printed if the
fax transfer was not successfully completed or if it was terminated prematurely.
3 Confirm with OK.
Additional Fax Reception Options
Sorted Print-Outs
Sorted Print-Outs
If your device receives fax transmissions with multiple pages, it will sort the pages as it prints them. The pages that
were received last will be dispensed first. You have the option of turning this function off.
1 Press OK, 28 and OK.
2 Using [ select SORTED PRINT.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Use [ to select whether you would like to turn the
function on or off.
5 Confirm with OK.
Printing Multiple Copies
Printing Multiple Copies
You can apply settings to your device whereby multiple
copies of fax transmissions are printed out upon reception.
1 Press OK, 28 and OK.
2 Using [ select NBR OF COPIES.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter a value from 1 to 99.
5 Confirm with OK.
Setting the Ring Tones
Adjusting Volume Level
1 Press OK, 18 and OK.
2 Select the desired volume level using [. To turn off
the ring tone entirely, select OFF.
3 Confirm with OK.
Silent Fax Reception
Transmission Report
Silent Fax Reception
After every transmission, the device prints out a transmission report. Four different settings are available for the
transmission report.
1 Press OK, 25 and OK.
2 Use [ to select from the following settings:
WITH—After every error-free fax transfer, a transmission
report is printed. A transmission report is also printed in
cases in which a fax transfer is not successfully completed
because the recipient’s line is busy.
WITHOUT—No transmission report will be printed. Print
the fax journal for an overview of the fax messages sent.
To turn off the ring tone entirely, select OFF. Your device
will automatically receive incoming faxes without ringing.
If your device is set to the manual reception mode, you can
neither hear nor receive incoming fax calls (also see chapter
Setting the Fax Reception Mode, page 28).
Settings
Setting the Number of Rings
Setting the Number of Rings
Set the number of rings for the fax reception mode with
function 17.
1 Press OK, 17 and OK.
2 Choose from the list of possible ring tones using [.
3 Confirm with OK.
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Setting the Fax Reception Mode
Printing Lists and Help Pages
Fax switch
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The built-in fax switch of your device distinguishes between fax messages and telephone calls. Faxes are automatically received, telephone calls can be received—even on
additionally connected devices. While the device is checking the call, it continues to ring.
You have the following options available (model dependent).
The selected fax reception mode appears on the display.
1 Press OK, 19 and OK.
2 Select the desired option using [.
You should set the device to EXT/Answering device, Fax or Manual Mode if you have additional
devices connected to the EXT socket of your device.
3 Confirm with OK.
Setting the Fax Reception Mode
Manual Mode
Manual Mode
The device will not receive faxes on its own. You can start
fax reception manually, by pressing o. This setting is useful, when you want to receive faxes via a modem connected
to a computer.
Fax Mode
Fax Mode
In the fax mode, the device will ring for as many times as
you have set with function 17 (also see chapter Setting the
Number of Rings, page 27). Then the fax reception
switches on. You should select this mode if you primarily
receive faxes at your device.
Printing the Functions List
Printing the Functions List
Press OK, 41 and OK to print a list of all functions of
your device.
You can also print the functions list by pressing ¨,
1 and OK.
Help 1 · Function List
Printing the Telephone Book
Printing the Telephone Book
Press OK, 43 and OK to print a list of all saved entries
and groups in the telephone book.
You can also print the telephone book by pressing ¨,
4 and OK.
Help 4 · Telephone book
Printing Fax Journal
Fax Journal
The journal contains a list of the last 30 message transmissions. The journal is either printed automatically after
30 transmissions or you can print it when needed.
Press OK, 42 and OK. The fax journal is printed.
You can also print the fax journal by pressing ¨, 3
and OK.
Printing Fax Journal
Help 3 · Fax Journal
Printing the List of Settings
Printing the List of Settings
Press OK, 44 and OK to print a list of all settings of
your device.
You can also print the list of settings by pressing ¨,
5 and OK.
Help 5 · Settings
EXT/Answering machine Mode
EXT/Answering machine Mode
You should set the device to this mode if you have additional devices connected to the EXT socket of your device. If an
additionally connected answering machine receives a call,
your device will check to determine whether or not the incoming call is a fax transmission. If the device recognises a
fax signal, it will automatically receive the fax transmission.
If you do not have an answering machine connected or if a
connected answering machine does not accept the call, the
device will take over the call after a predetermined number
of rings and automatically receive any possible fax transmission being sent.
If you pick up at an additional device and hear that
you are receiving a fax (whistling tone or silence), you
can start the fax reception by pressing *5 on the
additional telephone or pressing o on the device. To
use this function, additional telephones must be set
to the tone dialling mode (DTMF/MFV tones) (for
this purpose see the operating manual of your additional telephone).
Answering Machine
Fax Switch 1
Automatic Mode
(LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
If the Automatic Mode is active, the device will check to
determine whether the incoming call is a fax transmission
or a telephone call. The device will automatically receive
fax transmissions. While the device is checking the call, it
continues to ring. You can accept telephone calls at any
time. After a predetermined number of rings, the device
will take over the call and automatically receive a possible
silent fax transmission.
Type 3 (mit Telefon)
Automatic Mode
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8 Telephone Lines and Additional Devices
Configuring Telephone Lines and
Services
analogue terminals. Details for ISDN connections can be
found in the instructions provided with the terminal
adapter or the dial-up router.
Private Branch Exchange / PABX
PABX Systems
Private branch exchanges (PABX) are typical in many offices and some households. You must dial an outside line
access code in order to get a connection to the public telephone network (PSTN) from a PABX.
1 Press OK, 15 and OK.
2 Using [ select NETWORK TYPE.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Using [ select PSTN or PABX.
5 Confirm with OK.
Connecting Additional Devices
Setting Up an Extension
Connection to the Device
Additional Devices
You can operate additional devices on a telephone line,
such as cordless telephones, answering machines, modems
or charge counters.
If you are using a cordless telephone with SMS function on the same line, then the specific device at
which you will receive an SMS message will depend
on the specific manufacturer. Only one of the devices
will receive the SMS message. Try to turn off the
SMS reception on your cordless telephone.
Additional Telephone and SMS
Connection to the device
If you are operating the device within a PABX, use function 15 to set the device to the appropriate length for internal numbers and to set the code that must be dialled in
order to access a public telephone line (= Outside Line Access Code).
1 Press OK, 15 and OK.
2 Using [ select PREFIX.
3 Confirm with OK.
4 Enter the appropriate length for internal numbers. Use
C to delete individual characters. Assume the longest
internal number, then add one digit to that. If your direct dial numbers consist of four digits, then you should
input5.
5 Confirm with OK.
6 Enter the outside line access code with which you reach
the public telephone network. This is usually 0.
In rare cases, the outside line access code may be
a different number or a two-digit number. For
older telephone systems, the outside line access
code can be R (= Flash). Press Rø to enter this
outside line access code. If the connexion to the
public telephone network is not possible, contact
your telephone system supplier.
7 Confirm with OK.
Once these settings are in place, you will no longer
need to prefix the outside line access code every time
you enter an external number. The device will automatically add the outside line access code in front of
numbers that are the same length or longer than the
configured direct dial numbers.
You can connect additional devices directly to your device.
Insert the telephone cable of the additional device into the
EXT- socket (RJ-11-connection) on the device.
DSL Connection
In the event that you use a DSL modem: Connect the machine after the modem. For additional information, please
consult the operating manual of your DSL system.
If you pick up at an additional device and hear that you are
receiving a fax (whistling tone or silence), you can start the
fax reception by pressing *5 on the additional telephone or pressing o on the device.
ISDN Connection
Taking Over the Line
Setting Up an Extension
Outside Line Access Code
ISDN Connection
Your device is an analogue fax device (Group 3). It is not
an ISDN device (Group 4), and therefore it cannot be operated directly on an ISDN connection. In order to do this,
you need either an analogue adapter or a connection for
Telephone Lines and Additional Devices
Externe Geräte anschließen
Connecting in Serial
We recommend direct connection to the device because this allows the fax switch to function optimally
and to control the additional devices.
Connection to the Telephone Line
Order of Connections
In order for the fax switch to function, the machine must
be first in the series if multiple devices are connected to the
same telephone socket. Follow the correct order.
If you have multiple telephone sockets for the same
telephone line, the machine must be connected to
the first telephone socket.
Multiple Telephone Sockets
Using Additional Telephones (Easylink)
Easylink
With the Easylink function you can control your device
with additional telephones. To use this function, additional telephones must be set to the tone dialling mode (DTMF/MFV tones) (for this purpose see the operating manual of your additional telephone).
Starting Fax Reception
If you pick up on an additional telephone and the machine
continues to ring or attempts to receive a fax, you can disconnect the machine from the line. Press ** on the additional telephone.
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9 Service
Changing the Toner Cartridge
Original Consumable Materials
Use only original consumable materials. These are
available from a specialised retailer or through our order service (see back side of this user manual). Other
consumable materials can cause damage to the device.
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Instructions on the Packaging
Follow the instructions on the packaging of the consumable materials.
Plug’n’Print Card
Before you can receive documents, make copies, or print,
a toner cartridge must be inserted into the device. For this
reason, a starter cartridge is supplied with the device. The
toner level memory for this starter cartridge was set at the
factory. The starter cartridge need not be updated with a
Plug’n’Print card. For each additional toner cartridge that
you insert into your device, you must update the toner level memory with the Plug’n’Print card provided.
1 Open the cover by taking hold of both document
guides and tipping the cover backward.
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4
5
6
Never open a toner cartridge. If toner dust is released into the air, you should avoid allowing it to
contact your skin and eyes. Do not inhale the released toner dust. Remove the toner dust from
clothing or objects with cold water; hot water
would only cause the toner to set.
Take the new toner cartridge from the package.
Remove the black protective foil and other packaging
material, but do not yet remove the protective
strip from the cartridge.
Shake the new toner cartridge back and forth several
times in order to distribute the toner evenly, thereby
improving the print quality.
Only after completely pull off the protection strip located on the left side of the cartridge.
Once you have removed the protection strip, do
not shake the toner cartridge any more. Otherwise, it is possible that toner dust will be released
into the air.
7 Place the toner cartridge into your device. The cartridge
should snap securely into position.
2 Remove the old toner cartridge, by gripping it at the recess in the middle and pulling it upward.
Carefully remove the toner cartridge from the device so that no toner dust spills out. Take care
where you place the toner cartridge, escaping toner dust may soil the surface.
Store opened or used toner cartridges in their
original packing or in a plastic bag in order to prevent toner dust from escaping. Dispose of old
toner cartridges by turning them in at specialised
shops or at a waste collection site. Never dispose
of toner cartridges by throwing them into fire.
Toner cartridges should never be allowed into the
hands of children.
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8 Close the cover. Make sure that the cover snaps securely
into position on both sides.
9 NEW CARTRIDGE? appears on the display. Confirm
with OK.
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10 Wait until INSERTCARD appears on the display.
Push the Plug’n’Print card of the new toner cartridge
into the opening on the left side next to the paper tray,
with the contacts facing to the left.
Should the error message UNREADABLECARD
appear on the display, you may have inserted the
Plug’n’Print card incorrectly. The contacts must
face to the left as you insert the card into the device.
11 It may take a moment to update the cartridge. When
the process is completed, the following appears on the
display: ACTION COMPLETED / EJECT CARD.
12 Pull the Plug’n’Print card out of the device.
You can interrupt the recharging process at any
time, by pressing j. However, the toner level
memory must be updated for each new toner cartridge.
Displaying the Toner Level
Toner Level Memory 2
Whenever you insert a new toner cartridge, you must
update the toner level memory of your device with
the Plug’n’Print card that is included with the new
cartridge. Your device registers the extent of toner usage for every print-out and calculates the toner level
of the cartridge based on this. The indicated toner
level is only meaningful if you update each new toner
cartridge with the Plug’n’Print card that is provided
with the cartridge.
1 Press OK, 62 and OK.
2 Select with [CART CAPACITY.
3 Confirm with OK. The toner level of the toner cartridge is indicated by a percentile value between 100
percent (full) and 0 percent (empty).
Fixing a Paper Jam
Introduction
Your device is equipped with sensors that quickly recognise
a paper or document jam. If trouble of this sort arises, the
feeding of the printer paper or document is stopped immediately.
1 Open the cover by taking hold of both document
guides and tipping the cover backward.
2 It is possible that you will have to remove the toner cartridge in order to reach the paper.
Restart the Recharging Process
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2
3
4
Press OK, 62 and OK.
Using [ select NEW BLACK.
Confirm with OK.
Using [ select YES. After a short time, the device will
ask you to insert the Plug’n’Print card.
If the toner level of the cartridge is low, then every
time you open and close the cover, the following
question will appears on the display:
BLACK=NEW?. If you have not installed a new cartridge, press j. If you have installed a new cartridge,
press OK and follow the description set forth above.
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Service
Carefully remove the toner cartridge from the device so that no toner dust spills out. Take care
where you place the toner cartridge, escaping toner dust may soil the surface.
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3 Carefully pull out the paper.
Cleaning
Cleaning
Unplug the machine from the power socket before
cleaning it. Use a soft, lint-free cloth. Never use liquid or easily flammable cleansers (sprays, abrasives,
polishes, alcohol, etc.). Do not allow any moisture to
reach the interior of the fax machine.
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Fax Cleaning Sheets
In case of a paper jam, do not forcefully remove the
paper, but rather pull it gently out of the device
and throw it away carefully. It is possible that the
toner may not be completely set on the print-out,
and toner dust could be released into the air. Do
not inhale the released toner dust. Remove the
toner dust from clothing or objects with cold water; hot water would only cause the toner to set.
4 Reinsert the toner cartridge and close the cover. Make
sure that the cover snaps securely into position on both
sides.
If the toner level of the cartridge is low, then every
time you open and close the cover, the following
question will appears on the display:
BLACK=NEW?. If you have not installed a new
cartridge, press j. Whenever you have installed
a new toner cartridge, press OK, and update the
toner level memory (also see chapter Changing
the Toner Cartridge, page 30).
Fixing a Document Jam
Fixing a Document Jam
If a document jam should occur in the front area: Lift the
panel upwards until it snaps into position. Carefully pull
the paper or document forwards until it is released.
Vorlagenstau vorn
Special fax cleaning sheets are available as accessories
from our call centre. Insert a sheet into the document
feeder. Press j; the page is ejected. Repeat this process at a few times.
1 Lift the panel upwards until it snaps into position.
2 Wipe the scanner glass with a soft, dry and lint-free
cloth behind the rollers for the paper guide.
3 Close the panel.
Power Cycling
Power Cycling
If a problem occurs that cannot be corrected with the instructions in this user manual (see also the help below), follow the steps given here.
1 Pull out the power plug.
2 Wait at least ten seconds, then plug the power plug
back into the socket.
3 If the problems repeats, please contact our technical
customer service or your retailer. Follow the instructions on the display.
Problems with Faxing
No fax transmission
No dial tone when lifting the headset
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Check the installation of the device. Check that the device
is connected to the mains voltage.
Connect the telephone cable to the socket marked LINE.
Insert the telephone plug into your PTT line socket.
If possible test your device in another telephone line before
you contact technical customer services.
Follow the instructions on the display.
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Problems with Faxing
Fax transmissions are constantly interrupted.
Try to send the fax manually:
Press μ and dial the number. If the recipient is using an answering machine, wait until you hear a whistling tone. Press o.
It is possible that the recipient's device is not ready to receive.
Fax transmission to a fax number is not possible.
Call the number and check whether the number is a fax
number and whether the connected fax device is ready to
receive (whistling tone or silence). You can eavesdrop while
the connection is establish (page 14).
Faxes sent are of poor quality.
Modify the resolution.
Test the device by making a copy of the document. If the
device is in order, the device of the recipient might be defective.
Test the scanner by printing the functions list (press ¨, 1
and OK). If the function list is printed perfectly, it is possible the scanner is dirty or defective. Clean the scanner.
No fax reception
Check whether the manual fax reception mode is set. The
device will not receive faxes on its own (page 28).
You hear a whistling tone or silence in the handset.
The call is a fax. Press o on the device. Press *5 on the
additional telephone. Hang up.
Problems with Printing
No printing
Printing is interrupted.
Paper or document jam, no paper or toner cartridge.
Follow the instructions on the display.
Copy is blank or the recipient has received a blank sheet
Insert the documents face down into the document feeder.
The device produces white lines when printing.
Clean the toner drum with a soft cloth.
Clean the scanner (also see chapter Cleaning, page 32).
The device produces black lines when printing.
The toner cartridge is damaged and must be replaced. Use
only original consumable materials.
The device makes a noise during printing.
The toner cartridge is almost empty and must be replaced.
Use only original consumable materials.
Received faxes and copies are too light.
The sender’s device is not set optimally.
If the copy is also too light the toner is almost all gone and
must be replaced. Use only original consumable materials.
Problems with the PC
Message on the PC: No connection to the printer
Check the installation of the device. Check whether the
USB cable is connected and the Companion Suite LL
software is installed on to the PC.
Check whether the device is installed in the printer menu
of the PC as Laser Printer Scanner.
It is possible that a firewall or anti-virus programme installed is disrupting the connection to the device.
Message on the PC: Check the printer
The toner cartridge is almost empty and must be replaced.
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10 Glossary
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Additional Devices
You can connect additional devices to your device, such as
answering machines, telephones, charge meters and computer modems; these can be connected either in series or in
parallel. Parallel connection means that the devices are
connected to another telephone socket of the same line. If
you connect the devices to the external socket of your device, they are connected in series. The fax switch of your
device can control and regulate only devices connected in
series.
Broadcasting
see Sending to Multiple Recipients
Call-by-Call
Selection of the telephone service provider for each telephone call. It is possible to place telephone calls through
different private service providers. By placing prefixes in
front of the actual telephone number, one can choose a different service provider for each telephone call without entering into a firm contract relationship.
Caller List
The numbers of the last callers are stored in the caller list.
This function requires that the caller identification function be enabled for your PTT line and that the caller not
suppress the transmission of his or her telephone number
(see Calling Line Identification).
Calling Line Identification (CLIP)
There are two types of Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP). If someone calls you, your device will show
the caller’s telephone number on the display. If another
caller places a call to you while you are having a telephone
conversation, you will hear a tone. Your telephone company must offer both services and must enable them for your
PTT line. The transmission of your telephone number can
be turned on and off temporarily or it can be turned off
permanently (Calling Line Identification Restriction,
CLIR).
CCITT
Comite Consultatif International Téléphonique et Télégraphique (predecessor of ITU)
CE
Conformité Européenne
Chain Dialling
see Combining Numbers
Chain Dialling
Before the dialling process begins, you can freely combine
and edit telephone book entries, manually entered digits,
numbers from the redial list or numbers from the caller list.
For example, if you have saved the telephone number prefix of an inexpensive telephone service-provider (see Callby-Call) as a telephone book entry, select this entry and
manually enter the desired telephone number or select another number from the telephone book, the redial list or
the caller list.
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CLIP
Calling Line Identification Presentation (see Calling Line
Identification)
CLIR
Calling Line Identification Restriction (see Calling Line
Identification)
CNG
Calling Signal (see Fax Signal)
Dialling Pause
Long-distance numbers or telephone numbers with subaddresses/extensions sometimes require the insertion of a
dialling pause to prevent the dialling from occurring too
quickly and resulting in a loss of the connection. The second part of the number is dialled only after a short pause.
Direct-Dial Number
Number used to directly dial a specific extension of a private branch exchange.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (see Tone Dialling)
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF)
see Tone Dialling
Easylink
The Easylink function offers you additional options for
managing external devices that are connected to the same
telephone line as your device (starting fax reception, taking
over the line, see Additional Devices). To use this function,
additional telephones must be set to tone dialling (DTMF
tones).
ECM
Error Correction Mode
Encoding
The data of your fax transmission are encoded and compressed for the transmission. The minimum standard is
MH (Modified Huffmann). Better encoding methods are
MR (Modified Read) or MMR (Modified Modified
Read).
Energy Saving Mode
The device is normally in the energy save mode. Whenever
you receive a fax or if you would like to print or make a
copy, your device will automatically switch back into operating mode (see Warm-Up Phase).
Error Correction Mode (ECM)
The ECM method reduces transmission errors that result,
for example, from bad telephone lines, thereby reducing
the duration of transmissions. Both of the connected fax
machines must support ECM.
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Fax Groups
Fax machines are classified in terms of internationally
standardised fax groups based on their transfer type and
speed. Connections between two devices of different
groups is possible; the lowest common transfer rate is selected. The determination of the speed takes place during
the handshake (see Handshake). Fax groups 1 to 3 are analogue fax machines. Nowadays, groups 1 and 2 are hardly
to be found any longer; fax machines of group 3—which
have a transfer speed that ranges from 9,600 to
33,600¦bps—are currently most standard. Group 4 fax machines are digital devices that function exclusively on
ISDN systems. They have a maximum transfer speed of
64,000¦bps.
LED
LED: Light Emitting Diode
Fax Polling
With active fax polling, one can retrieve a document from
another fax machine. For fax polling from a larger company offering several polling services, you can also enter subaddresses / direct-dial numbers. In order to do this, you
must insert a dialling pause between the fax number and
the sub-address (see Dialling Pause).
MMR
Modified Modified Read (encoding process for faxes, see
Encoding)
Fax Signal, CNG Tone (= Calling Signal)
The tone that a fax machine sends out to announce a fax
transmission. When the CNG tone occurs, the fax switch
of the device recognises an incoming fax call and starts the
fax reception.
Fax Switch
The fax switch checks incoming telephone calls and controls the ringing behaviour of the fax machine. According
to the selected mode, fax transmissions will be received either automatically or manually.
Handshake
The handshake is the initial and final phase of a fax transmission. After establishing of the connection, fax machines
check the group affiliation and features such as size compression or grey tones. After the fax transmission has been
completed and before the connection is terminated, the receiving device confirms receipt of the transmission (see Fax
Groups).
Memory
If there is no paper or toner in your device, the device will
store incoming fax transmissions in its memory. SMS messages are stored in the SMS memory.
MH
Modified Huffmann (encoding process for faxes, see Encoding)
MHC
Modified Huffmann Code (encoding process for faxes, see
Encoding)
Modem
A modem converts digital computer signals into acoustic
signals and vice versa. Analogue telephone lines transfer
only acoustic signals, not digital signals (see Hard Modem,
see Soft Modem).
MR
Modified Read (encoding process for faxes, see Encoding)
MRC
Modified Read Code (encoding process for faxes, see Encoding)
Outside Line Access Code
The outside line access code is the number or letter that
must be dialled before the actual telephone number on a
telephone of a private branch exchange in order to establish a connection to the public telephone network (see Private Branch Exchange).
PABX/PBX
Private Automatic Branch Exchange
Parallel Connection
see Additional Devices
Hard modem
The hard modem is a fixed, built-in modem. In contrast to
the soft modem, its features and functions are fixed and
thus cannot be changed (see Soft Modem, see Modem).
Plug’n’Print Card
Smart card used to set the toner level memory to full after
installing new toner cartridges.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
Polling
see Fax Polling
ITU
International Telecommunications Union (UN organisation)
Private Branch Exchange
Private branch exchanges are common in larger companies. Even private ISDN systems can be branch exchanges.
To establish a connection to the public telephone network
from a private branch exchange, one must dial a number
or press a key before the actual telephone number; in most
cases this is zero (see Outside Line Access Code).
Journal
The journal contains information pertaining to the last telephone calls as well as to sent and received faxes and SMS
messages. The journal can be printed out manually or the
machine can be set to dispense automatic print-outs at specific times.
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
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Pulse dialling
A dialling process that is used in older telephone networks.
You hear a clicking for each number dialled (see Tone Dialling).
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RAM
Random Access Memory
Resolution
Number of dots per inch (dpi). For sending and receiving
faxes, the resolution options available are Normal, Fine,
SFine and Photo. For copying, the available resolutions are
Fast, Quality and Photo. The higher the resolution, the
longer it takes to complete the transmission.
RJ-11
Registered Jack 11 (also called Western plug, standardised
telephone plug)
Scanning
The reading of a document into the fax memory or into
the computer in order to send it, copy it or edit it.
Sender Identification (= Header)
The telephone number and name of the sender as well as
the date and time of the fax transmission appear in the upper margin of each received fax.
Transfer Speed
CCITT/ITU has published international standards for the
transmission of data over telephone lines. All short names
begin with V, so these are also referred to as V standards.
The most important transmission speeds for fax transmissions are: V.17—7.200 to 14.400 bps, V.21—max. 300
bps, V.22—max. 1.200 bps, V.22 bis—max. 2.400 bps,
V.27 ter—max. 4.800 bps, V.29—max. 9.600 bps, V.32
bis—max. 14.400 bps, V.34—max. 33.600 bps
TWAIN
(Tool Without an Interesting Name) With the TWAIN
scanner driver you can access the device and scan documents from any application which supports this standard.
USB
Universal Serial Bus (computer port)
Warm-Up Phase
Normally, the device is in the energy saving mode (see Energy Saving Mode). In the warm-up phase, the device heats
up the printing unit until it has reached the necessary operating temperature, after which the copy or fax can be
printed out.
Sending to Multiple Recipients (= Broadcasting)
With this function, you can send a fax or an SMS message
to multiple recipients.
Serial Connection
see Additional Devices
SMS
Short Message Service
soft modem
The device does not contain a fixed, built-in modem. A
program executes the modem function on demand and accesses the device memory (RAM). The features and functions of the soft modem can be modified by altering the
software (see Hard Modem, see Modem).
Tone Dialling (= Dual Tone Multi-Frequency)
In many countries, tone dialling has replaced pulse dialling, in which each number was sent as a corresponding
number of pulses. With tone dialling, a specific tone is assigned to each key (referred to as DTMF tones).
Toner Level Memory
Update the toner level memory of your device with the
Plug’n’Print card that is included with each new toner cartridge. Your device registers the extent of toner used for
every print-out and calculates the toner level of the toner
cartridge on that basis. The indicated toner level is only
meaningful if you update each new toner cartridge with
the Plug’n’Print card that is provided with the cartridge.
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Technical Data
Dimensions (L¦×¦H¦×¦W) ...................370¦×¦200¦×¦330¦mm
Weight .................................................................7,25¦kg
Power Supply ......................... 220¦–¦240¦V¦~ / 50¦–¦60¦Hz
Power Consumption
Stand-by mode ...............................................<¦8,5¦W
Transmission ...................................................<¦17¦W
Reception ........................................................<¦20¦W
Recommended Ambient Temperature ...............5¦–¦35¦ºC
Relative humidity ................ 15¦–¦85¦% (non-condensing)
Type of connection................................... PSTN · PABX
Dimensions
Weight
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Stand-by mode
Copier
Type ............................. Black-and-White · 64 grey tones
Resolution...........................................Fast: 200¦×¦200¦dpi
................................................ Quality: 400¦×¦200¦dpi
.................................................. Photo: 400¦×¦200¦dpi
Multiple Copies ........................................up to 99 pages
Type Black-and-White
Resolution Fast
Resolution Quality
Resolution Photo
Multiple Copies
Transmission
Reception
Recommended Ambient Temperature
Relative humidity
Type of connection
Computer-/Network Connection
(LPF¦935, LPF¦940)
Type of connection .......... USB 1.1 · USB 2.0 Full Speed
Supported Operating Systems
.....................Windows 2000 (SP¦3) · ME · XP · Vista
Type 4 (PC)
Type of connection
Supported Operating Systems
Standards
Safety........................................................... EN¦60950-1
Emissions ........................................... EN¦55022 Class B
............................................................ EN¦61000-3-2
............................................................ EN¦61000-3-3
Immunity to electrical noise ............................EN¦55024
Safety EN 60950-1
Emissions EN 55022 Klasse B
Emissions EN 61000-3-2
Subject to Change
Technical specifications subject to change without notice.
Emissions EN 61000-3-3
Immunity to electrical noise EN 55024
Scanner
Type ............................Black-and-White · 256 grey tones
Scan width.......................................................... 210¦mm
Horizontal resolution......................................8 dots/mm
Vertical resolution .................... Standard: 3,85 lines/mm
..................................................... Fine: 7,7 lines/mm
................................................. SFine: 15,4 lines/mm
Speed..................................................6 seconds/A4-page
Type Black-and-White
Scan width
Horizontal resolution
Vertical resolution Standard
Vertical resolution Fine
Vertical resolution SFine
Speed
Printer
Type ................................................ Class 1 Laser Printer
Warm-Up Time ................................ approx. 15 seconds
Breadth............................................................... 200¦mm
Resolution ........................................................... 600¦dpi
Speed............................................up to 16 pages/minute
Type Class 1 Laser Printer
Warm-Up Time
Breadth
Resolution
Speed
Memory
Telephone book.................................... up to 200 entries
Fax messages........... up to 100 pages (standard test letter)
(LPF¦920, LPF¦925, LPF¦935)
......... up to 400 pages (standard test letter) (LPF¦940)
SMS messages............................. up to 30 SMS messages
Telephone book
Fax messages (low)
Fax messages (high)
SMS messages
Paper
Capacity ..........................................................250 sheets
Size.................................................... A4 · 210¦×¦297¦mm
Thickness ................................................ 0,08¦–¦0,12¦mm
Weight .........................................................60¦–¦90¦g/m²
Capacity
Size
Thickness
Weight
Document Feeder
Capacity ............................................................20 sheets
Breadth............................................................... 218¦mm
Length ................................................................ 600¦mm
Capacity
Breadth
Length
Fax
Type .................................................................. Group 3
Compatibility ...............................................ITU-T¦T.30
Data compression ...............................MH · MR · MMR
Transmission speed......................................... 14.400¦bps
Type Group 3
Compatibility
Data compression
Transmission speed
Appendix
Guarantee
(Terms and Conditions for United Kingdom only)
In order to supply the guarantee, you should contact your
dealer or Sagem Communications Helpdesk. The proof of
purchase will be required.
Please make usage of your equipment for the purpose for
which it was designed and under normal usage conditions.
Sagem Communications do not accept any liability for any
usage made out of the frame of its original designed purpose and any consequence that may arise from this usage.
Should any malfunctioning arise, the dealer or Sagem
Communications Helpdesk will advise you what to do.
A) General Guarantee conditions
SAGEM undertakes to remedy by repair or exchange at its
own convenience, free of charge for labour and replacement parts, any defects in the equipment during the guarantee period of 12 -twelve- months (3 -three- months for
accessories), from the date of original invoice of the Equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty workmanship.
Unless the customer has concluded with SAGEM a maintenance contract in respect of the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be carried out at the customer's premises, the repairs will not be carried out on the
equipment at the customer premises. The customer must
however return the defective equipment at his/her own expense, to the address given by the dealer or Sagem Communications Helpdesk.
In case a product needs to be sent in for a repair, it always
has to be accompanied by a proof of purchase (which is not
altered, written on or in any way be made illegible) showing that the product is still under warrantee. In case no
proof of purchase is enclosed, the SAGEM repair center
will use the production date as a reference of establishing
the warrantee status of the product.
Apart from all legal obligatory rules, Sagem Communications, do not give any Guarantee, either implicit or explicit
which is not set force in the present section, and could not
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be hold responsible for any direct or indirect, material or
immaterial damage, in or out of the frame of the present
guarantee.
If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to be in
whole or in part invalid or illegal due to an obligatory rule
applicable to consumers pursuant to their national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or affect
the remaining provisions or parts of this guarantee.
This guarantee does not affect the Customer statutory
rights.
B) Exclusions From Guarantee
SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of:
•) Damage, defects, breakdown or malfunction due to one
or more of the following:
– Failure to properly follow the installation process and instructions for use
– An external cause to the equipment (including but not
limited to: lightening, fire, shock, vandalism, inappropriate conditions of electrical network or water damage of any
nature)
– Modifications made without the written approval of
SAGEM
– Unsuitable operating conditions, particularly of temperature and humidity
– Repair or maintenance of the equipment by persons not
authorized by SAGEM
•) Wear and tear from normal daily use of the equipment
and its accessories
•) Damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of equipment when returned to SAGEM
•) Usage of new versions of software without previous approval of SAGEM
•) Work on any equipment or software modified or added
without the prior written consent of SAGEM
•) Malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from
software installed in user workstations for the purpose of
use of the equipment.
Communication problems related to an unsuitable environment including:
– Problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet such as interruptions by access networks or malfunction of the line used by the subscriber or his correspondent
– Transmission faults (for example poor geographical coverage by radio transmitters, interference or poor line quality)
– The local network fault (wiring, servers, workstations) or
the failure of the transmission network (such as but not
limited to interferences, fault or poor quality of the network)
– Modification of the parameters of the cellular network
carried out after the sale of the Product
•) The normal servicing (as defined in the user guide supplied with the equipment) as well as malfunctioning due to
servicing not being carried out. Servicing costs are in any
event always borne by the customer.
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•) Malfunctions resulting from the usage of products, consumables or accessories not compatibles with the equipment.
C) Out of Guarantee Repairs
In the cases set forth in B) as well as after expiry of the guarantee period, the customer must ask the Authorized Sagem
Repair Centre for a cost estimation.
The repair and delivery costs will be invoiced to the customer.
The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed in writing with the customer and only for the United Kingdom.
Helpdesk: 08 71 - 075 07 11
The CE symbol confirms conformity with the EU directives that apply to the device.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, Sagem Communication Austria GmbH
declares that this LPF¦920, LPF¦925, LPF¦935,
LPF¦940 is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
You can find the complete Declaration of Conformity on
our website www.sagem-ca.at/doc
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Energy Star 2007
Energy Star
As a participant in the ENERGY STAR programme,
Sagem Communication Austria GmbH has made sure that
this machine complies with the ENERGY STAR requirements.
Environment: Respect of environment is a key objective
of Sagem. Sagem uses environmentally friendly processes
to run its operations and has chosen to integrate strong environmental constraints in the full lifecycle of its products
including manufacturing, product use and end of life.
Environment
Recycling
Packaging: To facilitate packaging recycling, please conform to your local selective recycling rules.
Batteries: Old batteries have to be deposited in designated collection areas.
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WEEE
Product: The crossed out dustbin logo on your product
signifies it is classified as Electrical and Electronic Equipment covered by special disposal regulations.
To enforce recycling, recovery of The Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and to protect the environment and human health, European regulations requires
that you selectively collect waste equipment using one of
the following options:
• Your retailer will take your equipment back if you are
buying a replacement product.
• Waste equipment can also be deposited in designated collection areas.
This user manual was printed on recycled paper bleached
without chlorine. This satisfies the highest standards for
low environmental impact. The cardboard packaging used
and the packaging inserts of paper and cardboard can be
disposed of as waste paper. The plastic foil may be submitted for recycling or disposed of with waste not intended for
recycling, depending on the requirements in your country.
Trademarks: The references mentioned in this manual
are trademarks of the respective companies. The lack of the
symbols ® and ™ does not justify the assumption that these
dedicated terms are free trademarks. Other product names
used herein are for identification purposes only and may be
trademarks of their respective owners. Sagem disclaims any
and all rights in those marks.
The reproduction of certain documents (e.g. by scanning,
printing, copying) is prohibited in many countries. The
list of such documents below is not intended to be complete, it only offers a general overview. In case of doubt,
consult your legal advisor.
· Passports (personal identification)
· Entrance and exit visa papers (immigration papers)
· Military service documents
· Bank notes, travel checks, payment orders
· Postage stamps, tax stamps (stamped or unstamped)
· Loan papers, certificates of deposit, bonds
· Documents protected by copyright
Follow the statutory regulations of your country with regard to the legal validity of fax transmissions – particularly
in connection with the validity of signatures, meeting delivery deadlines or disadvantages resulting from the loss of
quality in the transmission, etc.
Take care to maintain the statutory regulations of your
country regarding telecommunications secrecy and data
privacy.
This product is intended for use on an analogue public telecommunications network (PSTN) and in the country
specified on the packaging. Use in other countries can result in faulty functioning.
For more information, please contact the technical service
centre for your country. Should problems arise during use
of your machine, please contact your retailer first.
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Neither Sagem nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses,
costs, or expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties
as a result of accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or
unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this
product, or failure to strictly comply with Sagem operating
and maintenance instructions.
Sagem shall not be liable for any damages or problems arising from the use of any options or any consumable materials other than those designated as original Sagem products or Sagem approved products.
Sagem shall not be held liable for any damage resulting
from electromagnetic interference that occurs from the use
of any interface cables other than those designated as
Sagem products.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Sagem. The information contained herein is designed only for use with this product. Sagem is not responsible, if this information is applied to other devices.
This user manual is a document that does not represent a
contract.
Errors, printing errors and changes are reserved.
Copyright © 2008 Sagem Communication Austria
GmbH
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Customer Information
Introduction 1
As part of our continuing quest for total customer satisfaction, all of our
products are made with ease-of-use and reliability in mind.
In your user manual you will find all the information required to use your
machine. If, after consulting your user manual, you still require assistance,
you should contact our Call Centre. Our personnel are highly trained specialists who can ensure that you receive the maximum benefit from your
product.
We can assist your more quickly if you do not call us from the machine,
rather an external telephone. Keep a printout of the settings as well as the
serial number of the machine handy. The serial number can be found on the
type label.
Should problems with the PC connection arise, have the following information to hand when you contact technical customer services: hardware configuration of your computer, operating system installed and security programmes used (anti-virus programmes, firewall). Then we can help you
more quickly.
Introduction 2
Introduction 3
PC Connection
United Kingdom
Telephone: 08 71 - 075 07 11 (0,10¦£/minute)
Fax: 08 70 - 124 02 02
You can order original accessories from our homepage or—in some countries (see below)—per telephone on our toll-free number.
Use only original consumable materials. The warrantee does not cover damages to the device resulting from other consumables.
Introduction 1
Introduction 2
United Kingdom
Telephone: 0800 - 358 08 07
E-Mail
E-Mail: dti.faxinfoline@sagem.com
Internet: www.sagem-communications.com
Internet
We hope that you will enjoy using your new product!
SAGEM COMMUNICATIONS
Printing Terminals
Headquarters : Le Ponant de Paris
27, rue Leblanc · 75015 Paris · FRANCE
Tél. : +33 1 58 11 77 00 · Fax : +33 1 58 11 77 77
www.sagem-communications.com
Limited company · Capital 167.038.185 Euros · 440 294 510 RCS PARIS
Sagem is a registered brand of SAFRAN Group
LPF 920 · 925 · 935 · 940
GB · INT
253105544-A
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