Ricoh SP 212 SNw Installation guide

Image Scanner
Quick Installation Guide
Please read the Safety Information in the Operating Instructions before using this machine. It contains important information related to
USER SAFETY and PREVENTING MACHINE PROBLEMS.
WARNING
• Confirm that the wall outlet is near the machine and freely accessible, so that in event of an emergency, it can be unplugged easily.
• Only connect the machine to the power source described on this sheet.
• Avoid multi-wiring.
• Do not damage, break or make any modifications to the power cord.
Do not place heavy object on it, pull it hard or bend it more than
necessary. These actions could cause an electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. A Fire or an electric
shock might occur.
• Place the machine on a strong and level surface. Otherwise, the
machine might fall and cause personal injury.
• If you use the machine in a confined space, confirm that there is a
continuous flow of air.
Optimum Environment Conditions
Recommended temperature and humidity
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%RH 10 C 80%
80
27 C 80%
15 C
70%
60
40
15 C
30%
20
10 C 15%
10
25 C
70%
25 C
30%
32 C 15%
20
%RH 50 F80%
80
80.6 F 80%
77 F
70%
40
59 F
30%
77 F
30%
20
50 F 15%
50
60
C
30
59 F
70%
60
32 C
54%
89.6 F
54%
89.6 F 15%
70
Possible operation range
80
90
F
Recommended range
The machine must be level within 5 mm,0.2" both front to rear
and left to right.
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Environments to Avoid
Important
❒Locations exposed to direct sunlight or strong light
❒Dusty areas
❒Areas with corrosive gases
❒Areas excessively cold, hot, or humid
❒Locations near an air conditioner or humidifier
❒Locations near other electronic equipment
❒Locations where the scanner might be subjected to frequent strong
vibration
Power Connection
Connect the power cord to a power source with the following specifications:
Product Specifications
North America
G422-17 power supply rating:
AC 120V, 60Hz, 1.2A
Europe/Asia
G422-27 power supply rating:
AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz, 0.6A
Electrical Outlet Requirements
North America
G422-17 Electrical Outlet Requirements:
AC 120V, 60Hz, min.10A
Europe/Asia
G422-27 Electrical Outlet Requirements:
AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz, min.5A
Space Required for Installing the Scanner
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Remove the tapes .
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Open the automatic document feeder(ADF) and remove
the protective sheet on the exposure glass.
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Connecting to a
Computer via USB
cable
Leave enough space around the scanner. This space is necessary to
operate the scanner. The recommended (or minimum) space
requirement is as follows.
Important
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1. 140 mm (5.5”) or more 3. 190 mm (7.48”) or more
2. 50 mm (1.96”) or more 4. 378 mm (14.88”) or more
❒ Prepare a marketed USB2.0 compliant cable before connection procedures.
❒ Before connection, install a TWAIN driver on the computer, before
turning on the power of this machine.
Connect a USB2.0 compliant cable to this machine.
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Connect other end of the USB cable to the USB port of
the Computer.
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The Scanner's location should be carefully chosen because
environmental conditions greatly affect its performance.
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Where to Put the Scanner
Take out the scanner main unit.
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Remove the plastic bag. Lift the scanner and move it to the place
where you want to install it.
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USB Cable
Power Cord
Safety Instruction Sheet
Card slot cover
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Quick Installation Guide(this sheet)
CD-ROM
USB Interface Card
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Unpacking the Scanner and Checking the
Contents of the Box
Check the contents of the box according to the following list. If any items are missing, please contact your
sales or service representative.
Connecting the
Keyboard
Installing the Scanner
Use the bundled USB keyboard to enter configuration of User Authenticate, to make search for the destinations of E-mails at Send Scan, and
to enter directly the E-mail addresses and subjects.
Insert the USB interface card with this machine to the
PC Card slot on the right side panel of this machine.
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Note
❒ Make sure that the card is securely inserted, until you feel the card
click into place.
Important
❒ If you remove the USB interface card while the machine is turned on,
it is necessary to restart the machine.
Connect the USB keyboard cable to one of the USB
ports.
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Note
❒ You can insert either USB port of the two.
❒ You need to resister the printer with WebStatusMonitor before using
Print Scan function. See “Outline to Use Scan to Print” in the Operating Instructions for the outline of procedures to use the function.
Note
❒ See the manuals that comes with the printer you are going to connect to this machine, for details about connections and setup information other than the USB cable.
❒ When you connect only a local printer without connecting the USB
keyboard, set up the USB interface card according to “5 Connecting
the Keyboard”.
Connect the bundled USB cable to one of the ports of
the USB interface card.
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Connect the other end of the cable to the USB port of
the printer.
Important
❒ Only one printer is available for printing at Print Scan. If you have
USB connected with multiple printers at the same time, the first printer
that this machine should recognize will be available.
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Connecting to a
Network
Important
❒ Use a 100BASE-TX (category 5) or 10BASE-T network cable when
you connect this machine to a network.
Insert the network cable’s end to the network interface
connector of this machine.
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Insert the other end of the network cable to an appropriate connector of a network device, such as an
Ethernet hub.
Attach the card slot cover that comes with this machine.
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Align the two prongs of the card slot cover with the
two prong holes located at the upper left and right of
the PC card slot.
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1. Prong holes
2. Prongs
Insert the prongs to the prong holes, and then push both
sides of the card slot cover until it is secured to the machine.
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WARNING
• Do not use with a power source with a voltage different from the specified voltage. Do not use a power outlet with multiple devices plugged
in. These could create the risk of fire or electric shock.
• Avoid the use of an extension cord.
• Do not damage, break, twist or modify the Power Cord. Placing heavy
objects on the cord, pulling on or bending it excessively can damage
the Power Cord, creating the risk of fire or electric shock.
• Never touch or unplug the power plug with wet hands. This can create the risk of electric shock.
CAUTION
• When unplugging from an outlet, be sure to grasp the plug when
pulling. Never pull on the cord. This could damage the cord creating
the risk of fire or electrical shock.
Confirm that the power switch is set to off.
Confirm that the lock switch located on the right side
of the machine is set to the "Unlock" position.
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Important
❒ Be sure to set the lock switch to "Unlock". Turning on the power with
the lock switch set to "Lock" could result in failure in scanning or
malfunction of this machine.
Push the power cord plug all the way into the power
connector on this machine.
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Note
❒ Be sure to use the power cord that comes with this machine.
Insert the power plug into the power outlet.
Before turning off the power
Before you turn off the power of this machine, make sure that a standby
screen is displayed on the display panel.
If you turn off the power while the scanner features menu is displayed, all
the settings that you have configured could be discarded, and this machine could return to its factory default status.
is not displayed on the screen, or the
You should also confirm that
indicator on the front of this machine is not lit, when you turn of the power.
Otherwise, loss of scan data or failure in sending files might occur.
Turning On the
Power
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Important
Reeve the USB and network cable through the slits of
the card slot cover.
Connecting to a
Power Source
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When you wish to use a local printer at Print Scan, USB connect this
machine with the printer.
Attaching the card slot
cover
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Connecting to a
Local Printer
Make sure the power cord is firmly plugged into the
wall outlet.
Open the switch cover and turn on the power switch.
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Copyright ©2004 G422-8600
Printed in China
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EN
USA
Quick Installation Guide
Image Scanner
Operating Instructions
What You Can Do With This Machine
Setting Up the Scanner
Configuring the Scanner Settings
Setting Originals
Sending Scan File by E-mail
Sending Scan File by Scan to Folder
Sending Scan File by Scan to FTP
Printing Scanned Image Files
Sending Scan Files Using Delivery Server
Using the TWAIN Scanner Function
Appendix
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to read the Safety
Information in this manual before using the machine.
Declaration of Conformity
“The Product complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and its amending directives and the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and its amending directives.”
In accordance with IEC 60417, this machine uses the following symbols for the main power switch:
a means POWER ON.
b means POWER OFF.
Copyright © 2004
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information ................................................................................................. 1
Safety During Operation............................................................................................. 1
Lithium Batteries (Memory Back-up).......................................................................... 2
Manuals for This Scanner .....................................................................................3
How to Read This Manual .....................................................................................4
1. What You Can Do With This Machine
Outline..................................................................................................................... 5
Scan to E-mail............................................................................................................ 5
Scan to Folder............................................................................................................ 6
Scan to FTP ............................................................................................................... 7
Scan to Print............................................................................................................... 8
Delivery Server........................................................................................................... 9
TWAIN Scanner ....................................................................................................... 10
Guide to this Scanner..........................................................................................12
Using Keys Displayed on the Screen.......................................................................14
How to Interpret the Indicators ................................................................................. 15
Front indicators......................................................................................................15
Network interface indicators .................................................................................. 15
Scanner Features Menu........................................................................................... 16
Function Settings and Standby Screens .................................................................. 16
Function Priority.....................................................................................................17
Select Method........................................................................................................ 18
Standby screens.................................................................................................... 18
When using [Send Function Permission] ...................................................................20
Login and Logout screens ..................................................................................... 21
2. Setting Up the Scanner
Checking the Scanner Location ......................................................................... 23
Connecting the Keyboard ...................................................................................25
Connecting to a Local Printer.............................................................................26
Connecting to a Computer via USB Cable ........................................................27
Connecting to a Network.....................................................................................28
Attaching the Card Slot Cover............................................................................29
Connecting to a Power Source........................................................................... 30
Turning On the Power ......................................................................................... 31
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3. Configuring the Scanner Settings
Outline to Use Scan to E-mail.............................................................................33
Outline to Use Scan to Folder.............................................................................35
Outline to Use Scan to FTP.................................................................................37
Outline to Use Scan to Print ...............................................................................38
Outline to Use the Network Delivery ..................................................................39
Outline to Use As a TWAIN Scanner ..................................................................41
To Use as a Network TWAIN Scanner..................................................................... 41
To Use as a USB TWAIN Scanner ..........................................................................41
Initial Scanner Setup ........................................................................................... 42
How to Read the Function Table.............................................................................. 42
Function Table .........................................................................................................44
Basic Settings........................................................................................................ 44
Send File Settings ................................................................................................. 48
E-mail Settings ......................................................................................................49
Delivery Settings.................................................................................................... 51
Print Scan Settings ................................................................................................51
System Settings ...................................................................................................52
Information to Set in [System Settings].......................................................................52
Configuring [System Settings] .................................................................................... 57
SendScan Settings ..............................................................................................64
Information to Set in [Send Scan Settings] .................................................................. 64
Configuring [Send Scan Settings] ................................................................................70
Print Scan Settings ..............................................................................................73
Information to Set in [Print Scan Settings]...................................................................73
Configuring [Print Scan Settings] ................................................................................74
Scan Settings .......................................................................................................76
Information to Register in [Scan Settings] .................................................................. 76
Registering [Scan Settings] ........................................................................................ 81
Print Settings........................................................................................................ 85
Information to Register in [Print Settings] .................................................................. 85
Registering [Print Settings] ........................................................................................ 87
Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser ..................................................... 90
Accessing the Scanner ............................................................................................90
System requirements of a client computer ............................................................ 90
To access this machine from a Web browser........................................................ 91
General guide to the Web Status Monitor .............................................................91
Example Procedures Using [Configuration] Main Menu ............................................ 93
Configuring [Scan Settings] ..................................................................................... 93
Configuring [E-mail Address] ...................................................................................94
Information to Register from Web Status Monitor ....................................................97
Information to configure [Send Function Permission] ................................................ 97
Information to Register in [User Authentication Management] ....................................98
Information to Register in [Time Server] .................................................................. 99
Information to register in [Send File Path] ................................................................99
Information to register in [FTP Server]................................................................... 102
Information to register in [E-mail Address] ............................................................. 104
Information to Register in [Search Destinations].....................................................105
Information to register in [Printer]......................................................................... 106
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Recalling the Settings ............................................................................................ 109
To recall the settings ...........................................................................................109
Creating a Backup File of All the Settings..............................................................109
Setup items to be backed-up and restored.......................................................... 109
To create a backup file ........................................................................................109
To restore settings from a backup file .................................................................110
Installing Software ............................................................................................. 112
List of Files .............................................................................................................112
Auto Run Program .................................................................................................112
Software for Using a TWAIN Scanner....................................................................113
System requirements...........................................................................................113
Installing TWAIN Driver .......................................................................................114
DeskTopBinder Lite................................................................................................115
System requirements...........................................................................................115
Installing DeskTopBinder Lite..............................................................................116
SmartDeviceMonitor............................................................................................... 116
About SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin and SmartDeviceMonitor for Client .........116
Installing SmartDeviceMonitor............................................................................. 117
4. Setting Originals
Sizes and Weights of recommended Originals............................................... 119
Originals that Require Special Care.......................................................................119
Original Orientation ........................................................................................... 121
When Using Send Scan Function .......................................................................... 121
When Using as TWAIN Scanner............................................................................ 122
Placing the Original on the Exposure Glass...........................................................124
Placing the Originals in the ADF ............................................................................ 125
5. Sending Scan File by E-mail
Procedure Breakdown....................................................................................... 127
E-mail Content .......................................................................................................128
Sender .................................................................................................................128
Subject.................................................................................................................128
File name and file type of an E-mail attachment ................................................. 128
Related information .............................................................................................129
Before Sending Scan Data ................................................................................ 130
Original Location ....................................................................................................130
Original Orientation and Scanning Sides ...............................................................130
E-mail/Send File standby screen ...........................................................................131
Setting Destinations and a Subject.................................................................. 132
Setting Destinations ............................................................................................... 132
Setting Cc Destinations..........................................................................................136
Setting a Subject ....................................................................................................137
Making Scan Settings........................................................................................ 138
Confirming the Scan Settings.................................................................................139
Selecting a Sender............................................................................................. 140
Performing Scan Operation .............................................................................. 141
Starting a Scan Operation...................................................................................... 141
To start with originals in the ADF......................................................................... 141
To start with an original on the exposure glass ................................................... 142
Checking Transmission Results............................................................................. 143
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6. Sending Scan File by Scan to Folder
Sending a Scanned File to a Registered Shared Folder ................................ 146
Procedure Breakdown............................................................................................ 146
Selecting a Shared Folder...................................................................................... 147
Selecting a File Name ............................................................................................ 148
Using [Enter Custom Send File] to Send a Scanned File to an Unregistered
Shared Folder................................................................................................... 150
Procedure Breakdown............................................................................................ 150
Using [Enter Custom Send File] Function................................................................... 151
Scanned Image Files Sent to Shared Folders ................................................. 153
File Locations ......................................................................................................... 153
File Names .............................................................................................................153
7. Sending Scan File by Scan to FTP
Procedure Breakdown....................................................................................... 157
Selecting an FTP Server.................................................................................... 158
Scanned Image Files Sent to FTP Servers ...................................................... 160
File Locations ......................................................................................................... 160
File Names .............................................................................................................160
8. Printing Scanned Image Files
Procedure Breakdown....................................................................................... 163
Before Printing Scan Data................................................................................. 164
Original Locations .................................................................................................. 164
About Paper Tray Settings .....................................................................................164
About Print Scan Ready screen ............................................................................. 165
Printing Scan Data ............................................................................................. 166
Specifying the Number of Copies...........................................................................167
Configuring Print Settings ...................................................................................... 167
Confirming the Print Settings .................................................................................169
Selecting a Printer.................................................................................................. 170
Selecting Colour/Black and White.......................................................................... 171
9. Sending Scan Files Using Delivery Server
Procedure Breakdown....................................................................................... 173
Selecting Delivery Destinations ....................................................................... 174
10.Using the TWAIN Scanner Function
Procedure Breakdown....................................................................................... 178
Scanning Originals ............................................................................................ 179
What You Can Do with the TWAIN Driver ........................................................ 181
Functions of the TWAIN Driver ..............................................................................181
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11.Appendix
Troubleshooting................................................................................................. 183
When An Original Is Jammed In ADF ....................................................................183
When Scanning is Not Performed as Expected .....................................................184
When an Error Message Appears.......................................................................... 184
Scanner unit error messages ..............................................................................185
Scan settings error messages ............................................................................. 186
Send Scan (E-mail, Send File (SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server) operation error messages...187
Print Scan operation error messages ..................................................................189
Error messages displayed on the Web Status Monitor ....................................... 190
Other Problems ...................................................................................................... 191
Adjusting the position to start reading the originals................................................ 193
Cleaning.............................................................................................................. 195
Cleaning ADF Lifting Up......................................................................................... 195
Cleaning the Interior of ADF................................................................................... 196
Part Names and Replacing Intervals of the Consumable Parts .............................197
Replacing the Consumable Parts...........................................................................197
Displaying and Resetting the Counter of Consumable Parts ................................. 199
Moving and Transporting the Scanner ............................................................ 201
Moving Over Short Distance .................................................................................. 201
Transporting the Scanner.......................................................................................201
Disposing of the Scanner.................................................................................. 203
E-mail Address Book Data Format and Device Tag Information................... 204
Entered Program Information.................................................................................204
About the e-mail address information..................................................................205
Device Tag Information ..........................................................................................206
How File Size Changes Depending on Scan Area and Resolution ............... 207
When Using this Machine as a TWAIN Scanner.................................................... 207
When [Binary] or [Halftone] is selected .................................................................208
When [Gray-scale] is selected............................................................................... 208
When [8 colors] or [8 colors (halftone)] is selected ................................................. 209
When [256 colors] is selected ............................................................................... 209
When [16770K colors] is selected.......................................................................... 210
When Using this Machine for Sending Scan Data ................................................. 210
When [Black and White:Text], [Black and White:Text/Photo] or
[Black and White:Photo] is selected...................................................................... 211
When [Black and White:Gray Scale] is selected....................................................... 211
When [Color:Full Color] is selected .......................................................................211
Option ................................................................................................................. 212
Specifications..................................................................................................... 213
Software Information ......................................................................................... 215
GPL/LGPL Application Software ............................................................................ 215
BSD License Application Software......................................................................... 215
The Apache Software License Application Software ............................................216
JPEG Software ...................................................................................................... 216
TIFF Software ........................................................................................................ 218
UCD-SNMP Software.............................................................................................218
MD5 Software License Agreement ........................................................................220
Expat ......................................................................................................................221
INDEX....................................................................................................... 222
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Safety Information
When using this machine, the following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety During Operation
In this manual, the following important symbols are used:
R WARNING:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions
are not followed, could result in death or serious injury.
R CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions are not
followed, may result in minor or moderate injury or damage to property.
R WARNING:
• Connect the Power Cord directly into a wall outlet and never use an extension cord.
• Disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug, not the cable) if the
power cable or plug becomes frayed or otherwise damaged.
• Turn off the power and disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug,
not the cable) if any of the following conditions exists:
• You spill something into the equipment.
• You suspect that your equipment needs service or repair.
• Your equipment's cover has been damaged.
• Disposal can take place at our authorized dealer or at appropriate collection sites.
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R CAUTION:
• Protect the equipment from dampness or wet weather, such as rain, snow,
and so on.
• Unplug the Power Cord from the wall outlet before you move the equipment.While moving the equipment, you should take care that the Power
Cord will not be damaged under the equipment.
• When you disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet, always pull the
plug (not the cable).
• Do not allow paper clips, staples, or other small metallic objects to fall inside
the equipment.
• For environmental reasons, do not dispose of the equipment or expended
supply waste at household waste collection points. Disposal can take place
at an authorized dealer or at appropriate collection sites.
• The inside of the machine could be very hot. Do not touch the parts with a
label indicating the “hot surface”. Otherwise it could cause a personal burn.
• Our products are engineered to meet high standards of quality and functionality, and we recommend that you only use the expendable supplies available at an authorized dealer.
Lithium Batteries (Memory Back-up)
R WARNING:
• Do not try to replace the lithium batteries by yourself. A battery of this
type can explode if incorrectly replaced. If the lithium batteries need to
be replaced, contact an authorized dealer to request servicing.
• Never dispose of the lithium batteries by incineration. This can cause
them to rupture resulting in injury.
Note
❒ Please return used NIC boards to our authorized dealer or service
representative. Your cooperation with our recycling activities is appreciated.
❒ NIC boards are equipped with a lithium battery. In the case NIC
boards are disposed of by the customer, please dispose them in accordance with national or local regulations after separating the lithium batteries from the NIC board.
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Manuals for This Scanner
The following manuals describe the operational and maintenance procedures of
this machine.
To enhance safe and efficient operation of this scanner, all users should read and
follow the instructions carefully.
❖ Quick Installation Guide
Describes how to install the scanner.
❖ Operating Instructions (this manual)
Provides all of the information how to install, set up, and use the scanner. This
manual is provided as a PDF file.
Note
❒ There is a CD-ROM that comes with this scanner.
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How to Read This Manual
Symbols
The following set of symbols is used in this manual.
R WARNING:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in
death or serious injury when you misuse the machine without following the instructions under this symbol. Be sure to read the instructions, all of which are described in the Safety Information section.
R CAUTION:
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation that might result in minor or moderate injury or property damage that does not involve personal injury
when you misuse the machine without following the instructions under this
symbol. Be sure to read the instructions, all of which are described in the Safety
Information section.
* The statements above are notes for your safety.
Important
If this instruction is not followed, paper might be misfed, originals might be
damaged, or data might be lost. Be sure to read this.
Preparation
This symbol indicates information or preparations required prior to operating.
Note
This symbol indicates precautions for operation, or actions to take after abnormal operation.
Limitation
This symbol indicates numerical limits, functions that cannot be used together,
or conditions in which a particular function cannot be used.
Reference
This symbol indicates a reference.
[
]
Keys that appear on the machine's display panel.
[
]
Keys and buttons that appear on the computer's display.
{
}
Keys built into the machine's control panel.
{
}
Keys on the computer's keyboard.
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1. What You Can Do With This
Machine
This section introduces various functions of this machine, and provides most basic information such as control locations and standby screens, etc.
Outline
Scan to E-mail
You can directly send a scanned data as an attached file from this machine. The
e-mail destinations can be pre-registered, or entered directly using the bundled
USB-keyboard. On keyboard entry, you can use the LDAP server you are currently accessible.
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1. This machine
3. E-mail client software
Connect this machine to a network
( TC P/IP ) us ing a 100BA SE- TX , or
10BASE-T cable. Use the bundled USBkeyboard for the user authenticate processes, direct entry of E-mail destination,
and search for E-mail address using
LDAP server.
Use e-mail client software (such as Microsoft Outlook) to receive e-mail messages and scan file attachments that are
generated by this machine.
2. SMTP server
You need to have an access to an e-mail
server that supports SMTP (Simple Mail
Transfer Protocol), to use “Scan to Email” function. However, it is not essential to have an e-mail server inside the
LAN where this machine belongs.
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What You Can Do With This Machine
Process Flow
A Specify an e-mail destination, subject, and make necessary settings for
scanning using the control panel of “1. This machine.” The e-mail destinations can be searched or entered using the bundled USB-keyboard.
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B Originals are scanned by “1.This machine.”
C An E-mail message with a scan file attachment is sent to “2.SMTP server”
from “1.This machine.”
D The E-mail message is delivered to the specified destination’s POP server
from “2.SMTP server”, and received by “3.E-mail client software”.
Scan to Folder
It is possible to register Windows shared folders to this machine, as destinations
for sending scan data. You can easily send and save scan files to a Windows
shared folder that is registered to this machine.
Note
❒ This function is displayed as “SMB” on the display panel of this machine. The
SMB (Server Message Block) standard, to which various operating systems
including Windows adhere, is a popular protocol for sharing files, folders,
printers and so on.
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1. This machine
2. Computer with a shared folder
Connect this machine to a network
( TC P/IP ) us ing a 100BA SE- TX , or
10BASE-T cable. Use the bundled USBkeyboard for the user authenticate processes, via the USB interface card installing at the PC Card slot.
To use this function, it is necessary to create a shared folder in advance. You can
specify a shared folder to save scan files.
Outline
3. Client computer
You can use a client computer on the network to perform a scan to folder operation remotely (which requires a Web
browser). You can also browse scanned
files saved to a shared folder from a client
computer.
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Process Flow
A Specify a shared folder, file name, and make necessary settings for scanning using “3.Client computer”, or the control panel of “1.This machine.”
B Originals are scanned by “1.This machine.”
C The scan data is saved in the specified shared folder on “2.Computer with
a shared folder”.
D You can use the scan data from “3.Client computer”.
Scan to FTP
It is possible to register FTP servers to this machine as destinations for sending
scan data. You can easily send and save scan files to an FTP server that is registered to this machine.
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1. This machine
2. FTP server
Connect this machine to a network
( TC P/IP ) us ing a 100BA SE- TX , or
10BASE-T cable. Use the bundled USBkeyboard for the user authenticate processes, via the USB interface card installing at the PC Card slot.
You can specify an FTP server to save
scan files. Note, however, that it is essential to have the FTP server inside the
LAN/WAN where this machine belongs.
It is not possible to access an FTP server
via a proxy server.
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What You Can Do With This Machine
3. Client computer
You can browse scanned files saved to an
FTP server from a client computer. You
need to have an FTP client program on
the computer to connect to an FTP server.
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Process Flow
A Specify an FTP server, file name, and make necessary settings for scanning
using the control panel of “1.This machine.”
B Originals are scanned by “1.This machine.”
C The scan data is saved in the specified folder on “2.FTP server”.
D You can use the scan data from “3.Client computer”.
Scan to Print
You can send scan files directly to a printer, so it is possible to use this machine
like a copier.
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1. This machine
2. Local printer
When you use a network printer, connect
this machine to a network (TCP/IP) using a 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T cable.
When using a local printer, connect the
printer cable to the USB port of the USB interface card installing at the PC Card slot.
For the user authenticate processes, connect the bundled USB-keyboard via the
other USB port of the USB interface card.
A printer connected to this machine using a USB cable. It is necessary to register
the printer to this machine.
Outline
3. Network printers
Printers connected to a network
(TCP/IP) using a 100BASE-TX or
10BASE-T cable. It is necessary to assign
a fixed IP address to each of the network
printers. It is necessary to register the
printer to this machine.
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Process Flow
A Perform a Print Scan operation using the control panel of “1. This machine.”
B Originals are scanned by “1.This machine.”
C The scan data is interpreted to a printer language and sent to either “2.Local
printer” or one of “3.Network printers” you specified.
D The scan data is printed from the printer (either “2.Local printer” or one of
“3.Network printers”) you specified.
Delivery Server
By using ScanRouter V2/Professional, it is possible to deliver scan data that is
scanned by this machine to multiple destinations.
Note
❒ To use the delivery scanner function, a delivery server installed with the optional ScanRouter V2/Professional is required.
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1. This machine
2. Delivery server
Connect this machine to a network
(TCP/IP) using a 100BASE-TX or
10BASE-T cable. You can connect up to
two machines to a network where you
have a computer (a delivery server) with
ScanRouter V2/Professional.
A delivery server with ScanRouter
V2/Professional installed, which manages destinations including E-mail addresses, shared folders, groups, etc., and
document data files sorted by each of the
destinations.
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What You Can Do With This Machine
3. Client computer
You can browse document data files on a
delivery server from a client computer,
by using DeskTopBinder Lite. You can
also save those files on the local hard disk
of the client computer, as necessary.
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Process Flow
A Specify destinations, and make necessary settings for scanning using the
control panel of “1.This machine.”
B Originals are scanned by “1.This machine.”
C The scan data is sent to and saved on “2.Delivery server”.
D “2.Delivery server” performs jobs as configured, such as giving delivery
notice to specified destinations, or storing the scan data on a specified hard
disk, etc.
E You can use the scan data from “3.Client computer” by using DeskTopBinder Lite.
TWAIN Scanner
You can use this machine as a TWAIN scanner, by operating this machine from
a client computer on the network. Originals can be scanned with the same operation used for USB-connected scanners.
Further, this machine can be used as a TWAIN-compliant scanner, by directly
connected with an off-line Computer over USB.
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1. This machine
2. Client computer
Connect this machine to a network
(TCP/IP) using a 100BASE-TX or
10BASE-T cable.
The scanner can be operated using a
TWAIN-compliant application (such as
DeskTopBinder Lite).
Outline
3. Off-line computer
It is a PC that is USB-connected to this
machine. You need to install the USBcompliant TWAIN driver prior to use it.
You can use this scanner from a TWAINcompliant application (such as DeskTopBinder).
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Process Flow
A Use a TWAIN-compliant application on a “2. Client computer” or “3. Offline computer” to send a command for scanning via the TWAIN driver.
B Originals are scanned by “1. This machine.”
C The scanned data can be edited and stored using the TWAIN-compliant application on the “2. Client computer” or “3. Off-line computer.”
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What You Can Do With This Machine
Guide to this Scanner
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1. ADF (Automatic Document Feed-
8.
er)
Press this key to configure various settings such as send scan, print scan, network, etc.
Allows you to automatically load multiple originals into this machine. The ADF
also provides duplex scanning.
2. Original table
Set originals here to be loaded into this
machine using the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder).
3. Output stopper
Stops the ejected originals after scan using ADF. When scanning the legal size
originals, pull out to the end.
4. Output table
The originals that have been loaded by
the ADF are output here after scanning.
(Clear Modes) key
Press this key to return to the initial
screen that is displayed when you turn
the power on.
10.
(Clear/Stop) key
Press this key when you want to clear the
value that you have entered, or stop scanning currently in progress.
11.
(Start) key
Press this key to start scanning.
12. {#}} key
Turns this machine’s power on and off.
Used to enter various IP addresses. You
can move by every 3 digits toward the
right.
6. Control panel
13. Number keys
Used to configure settings and operate
this machine.
Used to select a menu item displayed on
the screen, or enter numeric values.
7. Display panel
14. {./*}} (Title) key
Displays the configuration items and
processes.
Press this key to display list of titles.
5. Power switch
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9.
(User Tools) key
15. Indicators
Indicate status of this machine.
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16. {0} / {1} (Cursor) keys
17. Function key
Used to move highlight on the screen for
selecting an option.
Used to select functions that appear on
the display panel of this machine. See
p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on the
Screen” for details.
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1. White Sheet
7. PC card slot
Holds the original down on the exposure
glass.
This machine has one Type II PC Card
slot: By inserting the bundled USB interface card connecting with the bundled
USB-keyboard and a local USB printer for
Print Scan.
2. Exposure glass for the ADF
Scans originals when they are loaded in
the ADF.
3. Exposure glass
Place the original here when you do not
use the ADF for scanning.
4. Power connector
For connection of the bundled AC power
cord.
5. Network interface connector
For connection of an Ethernet network
cable.
8. USB port
Used to directly USB connect this machine with a PC.
9. Status display of lock switch
Displays the status of the lock switch.
10. Lock switch
Set this switch to the “Lock” position
when you transport this machine.
6. SD card slot
Used for an authorized customer engineer’s maintenance purpose only.
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What You Can Do With This Machine
Using Keys Displayed on the Screen
You can use the function keys, located under the display panel, to operate keys
that appear on the display panel.
Example:
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To execute a key operation on the display panel, press the relevant function key.
• Press A to select [Settings].
• Press B to select [E-mail].
• Press C to select [SMB/FTP].
• Press D to select [Exit].
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Guide to this Scanner
How to Interpret the Indicators
Front indicators
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This section explains how to interpret the indicators of this machine.
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Description
For a short while after turning the power on.

Power is on.
Restart the machine.
b
b
If the error occurs again, contact your service representative.

b
Power save mode.
: On
b : Blinking
 : Off
Network interface indicators
The network interface connector on the right side panel of this machine is
equipped with the following two indicators.
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1. Green indicator
2. Yellow indicator
Lights when this machine is connected to
the network correctly.
Lights when this machine is sending/receiving data through the network.
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What You Can Do With This Machine
Scanner Features Menu
Pressing the {User Tools}
} key displays the Scanner Features menu. You can configure settings for network, Send Scan, Print Scan, and Scan/Print conditions to
meet your requirements.
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Function Settings and Standby Screens
You cannot use the following functions at the same time.
• E-mail (See p.5 “Scan to E-mail” )
• Send File (SMB) (See p.6 “Scan to Folder” )
• Send File (FTP) (See p.7 “Scan to FTP” )
• Print Scan (See p.8 “Scan to Print” )
• Delivery Server (See p.9 “Delivery Server” )
• TWAIN (See p.10 “TWAIN Scanner” )
To select the functions you use, you must configure the following settings in advance, referring to p.70 “Configuring [Send Scan Settings]”
• With the options in [6.Select Method], select a method that suits for the functions you want to use.
• With the options in [Function Priority] and [1.Send File/TWAIN Priority], select the
initial screen that is displayed when you turn the machine's power on.
Note
❒ [1.Send File/TWAIN Priority] and [6.Select Method] are menu items that are included in [2.Send Scan Settings] under Scanner Features menu, which is displayed
by pressing the {User Tools}
} key. [Function Priority] is a menu item that is included in [1.System Settings] under Scanner Features menu.
Reference
p.64 “SendScan Settings” for details about how to configure the above settings.
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Guide to this Scanner
Function Priority
You can select the initial screen displayed each time you turn the machine's
power on. It is good idea to select the initial screen in accordance with how frequently you use Print Scan. The following three options are available.
• Select: Send/Print
Select this option if you use Print Scan as well as Delivery Server/Send File.
On the Select Method screen (which is initially displayed when you select this
option), pressing the {1}
} key displays the same screen as one of the Send Scan
initial screens, and pressing the {2}
} key displays the same screen as the Print
Scan initial screen.
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Note
❒ Instead of pressing the number keys, you can also use the {0} or {1} key to
highlight “Send Scan” or “Print Scan” on the screen, and then press [OK].
• Send Scan
Select this option if you hardly ever use Print Scan. With this option, one of
the following screens is displayed as the initial screen, depending on the setting in [6.Select Method] :
Delivery Server standby screen, E-mail/Send File standby screen, or TWAIN
standby screen
If you want to print a scan data while a Send Scan initial screen is displayed,
press [Exit] to display the Select Method screen, and then press the {2}
} key.
• Print Scan
Select this option if you use Print Scan frequently. With this option, the Print
Scan Ready screen is displayed as the initial screen. If you want to use any one
of the functions other than Print Scan (Delivery server, e-mail, Send File or
TWAIN) while the Print Scan Ready screen is displayed, press [Exit] to display the Select Method screen, and then press the {1}
} key. At this time, Delivery Server standby screen, E-mail/Send File standby screen, or Network
TWAIN standby screen is displayed, depending on the settings in [1.Send
File/TWAIN Priority] and [6.Select Method].
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What You Can Do With This Machine
Select Method
• With the options in [6.Select Method], you can select a combination of the functions that suits for the method how you use this machine. The following three
options are available.
• Delivery Server/TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use Delivery Server and TWAIN. With this
option, e-mail, Send File (SMB), and Send File (FTP) are not available.
• Send File/TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use e-mail, Send File (SMB), Send File
(FTP), and TWAIN. With this option, Delivery Server is not available.
• TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use TWAIN only. With this option, Delivery Server, e-mail, Send File (SMB), and Send File (FTP) are not available.
• The following table shows which standby screen will be displayed as the
Send Scan initial screen in accordance with the settings in [1.Send File/TWAIN
Priority] and [6.Select Method] (which settings are included in [2.Send Scan Settings] ).
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1.Send File/TWAIN Priority
Send File
6.Select Method
Delivery Server/
TWAIN
Delivery Server
standby screen
Send File/TWAIN
E-mail/Send File
standby screen
TWAIN
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TWAIN
TWAIN standby
screen
TWAIN exclusive
standby screen
Standby screens
• Select Method screen
While this screen is displayed, pressing the {1}
} key displays Delivery Server
standby screen, E-mail/Send File standby screen, TWAIN standby screen, or
TWAIN exclusive standby screen. Pressing the {2}
} key displays the Print
Scan Ready screen.
When you start the TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on
a client computer, TWAIN standby screen is displayed. Press [Exit] to return
to the Select Method screen.
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Guide to this Scanner
• Delivery Server standby screen
While this screen is displayed, pressing [Dest.] enables you to deliver scan
data using the address book in ScanRouter V2/Professional. You can also
configure various settings using the control panel of this machine, or using a
Web browser on a client computer.
You can send any file by using a Web browser on a client computer; however,
you cannot send an e-mail or send a file by SMB/FTP by using the control
panel of this machine.
When you start the TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on
a client computer, TWAIN standby screen is displayed. Press [Exit] to return
to the Delivery Server standby screen.
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• E-mail/Send File standby screen
While this screen is displayed, pressing [E-mail] enables you to send an E-mail.
Pressing [SMB/FTP] enables you to send a file by SMB or FTP. You can also
send any file by using a Web browser on a client computer, and configure various settings using the control panel of this machine or a Web browser on a
client computer.
You cannot deliver scan data by using Delivery Server.
If you want to print scan data, press [Exit] and display the Select Method
screen.
When you start the TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on
a client computer, TWAIN standby screen is displayed. Press [Exit] to return
to the E-mail/Send File standby screen.
• TWAIN standby screen
While this screen is displayed, you can use this machine as a TWAIN scanner,
by starting the TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on a client computer. You can also configure various settings using the control panel
of this machine, or using a Web browser on a client computer.
When this screen is initially displayed after you turn the machine's power on,
pressing [Exit] will display the following standby screens according to the settings in [1.Send File/TWAIN Priority] and [6.Select Method].
• Delivery Server standby screen
• E-mail/Send File standby screen
• Print Scan standby screen
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What You Can Do With This Machine
While Select Method screen, Delivery Server standby screen, E-mail/Send
File standby screen, or Print Scan standby screen is displayed, starting the
TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on a client computer
will display the TWAIN standby screen. Press [Exit] to return to the previous
screen.
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• TWAIN exclusive standby screen
While this screen is displayed, you can use this machine as a TWAIN scanner,
by starting the network TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application
on a client computer. You can also configure various settings using the control panel of this machine, or using a Web browser on a client computer.
However, you cannot use the following functions: Print Scan, Delivery Server, E-mail, Send File (SMB), Send File (FTP), sending custom file by using a
Web browser on a client computer.
• Print Scan standby screen
While this screen is displayed, you can print scan data.
If you want to use any other functions such as Delivery Server, e-mail or Send
File (SMB/FTP), press [Exit] and display the Select Method screen. At this
time, functions you can use changes depending on the settings in [1.Send
File/TWAIN Priority] and [6.Select Method].
When you start the TWAIN driver from a TWAIN-compliant application on
a client computer, TWAIN standby screen is displayed. Press [Exit] to return
to the Print Scan Ready screen.
When using [Send Function Permission]
When you have selected the mode [Send File/TWAIN] at [6.Select Method] in [Send
Scan Settings] from the User Tool, you can select a file send function among the
available send menu; [All Send Functions], [E-mail Only], [SMB Only (File Name
Changeable)], [SMB Only (File Name Unchangeable)], [FTP Only (File Name Changeable)],
[FTP Only (File Name Unchangeable).] This example screen shows that the [E-mail Only] is configured.
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Guide to this Scanner
Login and Logout screens
If you have specified and configured your user ID and password at [Password]
menu of the Web Status Monitor, the Login menu will be displayed. Depending
on the system settings, the [Login] screen may be shown after you select [Send
Scan] or [Print Scan] on the Select Method screen. You must enter your ID and
password to log in to this machine. Logout from the machine after you finish
your operation.
• To login
A Select the method you want to use with the number keys.
B
1
Enter your [User Name] and [Password]. Press [OK].
User Authentication screen will appear. If you want to cancel, press [Cancel].
If authentication succeeds, the screen for your operation will appear. If not,
the error message screen will appear. Configure the message and press [Exit] to retry the login.
Note
❒ Ask the administrator for your password.
• To logout
Press the {Clear/Stop}
}key after your operation. The screen with the message
“Are you sure you want to log out?” appears. Click [OK] if you want to log
out. Press [Cancel] to return to the previous screen.
Note
❒ Refer to Web Status Monitor Help for configuration of [User Authentication Management].
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2. Setting Up the Scanner
This section explains how to setup the scanner to get it ready for use, and how
to make necessary connections.
Checking the Scanner Location
Before setting up the scanner, take a few minutes to check the location where
you are going to install the scanner.
R WARNING:
• Make sure the wall outlet is near the machine and easily accessible so
that in event of an emergency it can be unplugged easily.
R CAUTION:
• Keep the machine away from humidity and dust. A fire or an electric shock
might occur.
• Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted surface. If it topples over,
it could cause injury.
• Place the scanner on a level, stable, vibrating-free surface. Allowable inclination of the surface for installation is within 5 mm (0.2”) (when measuring difference of heights between an end and the other end of this machine,
compared to a level surface).
❖ Installation space
Make sure that the scanner is in a location where there is enough space to provide the clearance as illustrated below, and also provide a comfortable working area in the front.
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1. 140 mm (5.5”) or more
2. 50 mm (1.96”) or more
3. 190 mm (7.48”) or more
4. 378 mm (14.88”) or more
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Setting Up the Scanner
❖ Installation environment
Important
❒ Do not set up the scanner in any of the following types of locations. Doing
so creates the risk of malfunction of the scanner.
• In a location exposed to direct sunlight
• In a location where the scanner will be subjected to blowing air or radiant heat, such as near an air conditioner or heater
• In a location near other electronic devices, such as a radio or television
set
• In a location subject to extreme temperatures or humidity
• Near a humidifier
Set up the scanner in a location where the temperature and humidity will fall
within the ranges shown below.
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Important
❒ Save the box and cushioning material in which the scanner was packed so
that they can be used if it is necessary to transport the scanner in the future.
❒ When the machine is moved from a cold location to a warm location, sudden
temperature changes cause condensation inside of the scanner. Wait one hour
or more before turning on the scanner to allow the condensation to evaporate.
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Connecting the Keyboard
Connecting the Keyboard
Use the bundled USB keyboard to enter configuration of User Authenticate, to make search for the
destinations of E-mails at Send Scan,
and to enter directly the E-mail addresses and subjects. This section explains how to connect the keyboard to
this machine.
A Turn
C Connect the USB keyboard cable
to one of the USB ports.
2
off the power of this ma-
chine.
B Insert the USB interface card with
this machine to the PC Card slot
on the right side panel of this machine.
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Note
❒ You can insert either USB port
of the two.
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Note
❒ Make sure that the card is securely inserted, until you feel
the card click into place.
Important
❒ If you remove the USB interface
card while the machine is
turned on, it is necessary to restart the machine.
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Setting Up the Scanner
Connecting to a Local Printer
When you wish to use a local printer
at Print Scan, USB connect this machine with the printer. This section
explains how to connect a local printer with this machine.
2
Important
❒ You need to register the printer
with Web Status Monitor before
using Print Scan function. See p.38
“Outline to Use Scan to Print” for
the outline of procedures to use the
function.
Note
❒ See the manuals that comes with
the printer you are going to connect to this machine, for details
about connections and setup information other than the USB cable.
❒ When you connect only a local
printer without connecting the
USB keyboard, set up the USB interface card according to p.25
“Connecting the Keyboard”.
A Connect the bundled USB cable
to one of the ports of the USB interface card.
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B Connect the other end of the cable
to the USB port of the printer.
Important
❒ Only one printer is available for
printing at Print Scan. If you
have USB connected with multiple printers at the same time,
the first printer that this machine should recognize will be
available.
Connecting to a Computer via USB Cable
Connecting to a Computer via USB Cable
This section explains how to connect
an off-line computer to this machine.
Important
❒ Prepare a marketed USB2.0 compliant cable before connection procedures.
2
❒ Before connection, install a TWAIN
driver on the computer.
A Connect a USB2.0 compliant cable to this machine.
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B Connect other end of the USB ca-
ble to the USB port of the computer.
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Setting Up the Scanner
Connecting to a Network
This section explains how to connect
this machine to a network.
Important
❒ Use a 100BASE-TX (category 5) or
10BASE-T network cable when
you connect this machine to a network.
2
A Insert the network cable’s end to
the network interface connector
of this machine.
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B Insert
the other end of the network cable to an appropriate connector of a network device, such
as an Ethernet hub.
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Attaching the Card Slot Cover
Attaching the Card Slot Cover
A Reeve the USB and network cables through the slits of the card
slot cover.
C Insert
the prongs to the prong
holes, and then push both sides of
the card slot cover until it is secured to the machine.
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B Align the two prongs of the card
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slot cover with the two prong
holes located at the upper left and
right of the PC card slot.
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1. Prong holes
2. Prongs
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Setting Up the Scanner
Connecting to a Power Source
This section explains how to connect
this machine to a power source, using
the bundled AC power cord.
R WARNING:
• Do not use with a power
source with a voltage different
from the specified voltage. Do
not use a power outlet with
multiple devices plugged in.
These could create the risk of
fire or electric shock.
2
B Confirm that the lock switch located at the right side of the mach ine is se t to th e “U nlock ”
position.
• Avoid the use of an extension
cord.
• Do not damage, break, twist or
modify the Power Cord. Placing heavy objects on the cord,
pulling on or bending it excessively can damage the Power
Cord, creating the risk of fire
or electric shock.
• Never touch or unplug the
power plug with wet hands.
This can create the risk of electric shock.
R CAUTION:
• When unplugging from an outlet,
be sure to grasp the plug when
pulling. Never pull on the cord.
This could damage the cord creating the risk of fire or electrical
shock.
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Important
❒ Be sure to confirm the Lock
Switch Status Display shows
“Unlock”, at the right side panel.
Turning on the power with this
lock switch set to “Lock” could
result in failure in scanning or
malfunction of this machine.
C Push the power cord plug all the
way into the power connector on
this machine.
A Confirm that the power switch is
set to off.
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Note
❒ Be sure to use the power cord
that comes with this machine.
D Insert
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the power plug into the
power outlet.
Turning On the Power
Turning On the Power
A Make sure the power cord is firmly plugged into the wall outlet.
B Open the switch cover and turn
on the power switch.
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- Before turning off the power
Before you turn off the power of this
machine, make sure that a standby
screen is displayed on the display
panel.
If you turn off the power while the
Scanner Features menu is displayed,
all the settings that you have configured could be discarded, and this machine could return to its factory
default status.
You should also confirm that B is not
displayed on the screen when you
turn off the power. Otherwise, loss of
scan data or failure in sending files
might occur.
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Setting Up the Scanner
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3. Configuring the Scanner
Settings
Outline to Use Scan to E-mail
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for sending scan
files as e-mail attachments. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Reference
There are three types of setup items: 1) items that you can configure settings
using the control panel of this machine, 2) items that you can configure settings using a Web browser on a client computer, 3) items that you can configure settings using both of the above. See p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” for
details. This manual covers only the setting procedures that you can perform
using the control panel of this machine. For details about settings this manual
does not cover, see the Web Status Monitor Help. For information about how
to view the Web Status Monitor, see p.90 “Accessing the Scanner”
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine
See p.52 “System Settings”
Configure [General Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
Configure [2.Send Scan Settings] and [4.Scan
Settings] on this machine or on the Web Status
Monitor
See p.64 “SendScan Settings”.
Configure [Custom Title] settings on the Web
Status Monitor.
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
See p.94 “Configuring [E-mail Address]”
Configure [E-mail], register [E-mail Address]
and [Subject] on the Web Status Monitor
and p.104 “Information to register in
[E-mail Address]”
See the Web Status Monitor Help for
details about [E-mail] and [Subject].
Recall the Settings on the Web Status Monitor
See p.109 “Recalling the Settings” for
details.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.127 “Sending Scan File by E-mail”.
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Outline to Use Scan to Folder
Outline to Use Scan to Folder
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for sending scan
files to shared folders of Windows using SMB protocol. Note that the underlined
steps are essential.
Reference
There are three types of setup items: 1) items that you can configure settings
using the control panel of this machine, 2) items that you can configure settings using a Web browser on a client computer, 3) items that you can configure settings using both of the above. See p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” for
details.
3
This manual covers only the setting procedures that you can perform using
the control panel of this machine. For details about settings this manual does
not cover, see the Web Status Monitor Help. For information about how to
view the Web Status Monitor, see p.90 “Accessing the Scanner”.
Create a shared folder on a Windows computer See Windows Help.
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine See p.52 “System Settings”
Configure [General Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
Configure [2.SendScan Settings] and [4.Scan
Settings] on this machine or on the Web Status
Monitor
See p.64 “SendScan Settings”.
Configure [Custom Title] settings on the Web
Status Monitor.
Configure [Send File], register [Send File Path]
*1
and [File Name] on the Web Status Monitor
Recall the Settings on the Web Status Monitor
*1
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
See p.99 “Information to register in
[Send File Path]”
See the Web Status Monitor Help for
details about [Send File] and [File Name].
See p.109 “Recalling the Settings” for
details.
This setting becomes essential if you want to perform Scan to Folder (SMB) operation
from this machine. When you perform [Enter Custom Send File] operation using the
Web Status Monitor, it is not necessary to register [Send File Path] in advance.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.145 “Sending Scan File by Scan to Folder”.
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36
Outline to Use Scan to FTP
Outline to Use Scan to FTP
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for sending scan
files to folders on an FTP server. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Reference
There are three types of setup items: 1) items that you can configure settings
using the control panel of this machine, 2) items that you can configure settings using a Web browser on a client computer, 3) items that you can configure settings using both of the above. See p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” for
details.
3
This manual covers only the setting procedures that you can perform using
the control panel of this machine. For details about settings this manual does
not cover, see the Web Status Monitor Help. For information about how to
view the Web Status Monitor, See p.90 “Accessing the Scanner”
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine See p.52 “System Settings”
Configure [General Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
Configure [2.SendScan Settings] and [4.Scan
Settings] on this machine or on the Web Status
Monitor
See p.64 “SendScan Settings”
Configure [Custom Title] settings on the Web
Status Monitor.
Configure [Send File], register [FTP Server]
and [File Name] on the Web Status Monitor
Recall the Settings on the Web Status Monitor
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
See p.102 “Information to register in
[FTP Server]”.
See the Web Status Monitor Help for
details about [Send File] and [File Name].
See p.109 “Recalling the Settings” for
details.
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.157 “Sending Scan File by Scan to FTP”.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Outline to Use Scan to Print
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for printing scan
data by Print Scan. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Reference
There are three types of setup items: 1) items that you can configure settings
using the control panel of this machine, 2) items that you can configure settings using a Web browser on a client computer, 3) items that you can configure settings using both of the above. See p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” for
details.
3
This manual covers only the setting procedures that you can perform using
the control panel of this machine. For details about settings this manual does
not cover, see the Web Status Monitor Help. For information about how to
view the Web Status Monitor, see p.90 “Accessing the Scanner”
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine See p.52 “System Settings”
Configure [Printer] and [Custom Title] settings
on the Web Status Monitor
Configure [General Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor
Recall the Settings on the Web Status Monitor
See p.106 “Information to register in
[Printer]”
See the Web Status Monitor Help for
details about Custom Title settings.
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
See p.109 “Recalling the Settings” for
details.
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.163 “Printing Scanned Image Files”.
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Outline to Use the Network Delivery
Outline to Use the Network Delivery
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps to use this machine as a network delivery scanner, which function is enabled using ScanRouter V2/Professional. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Reference
There are three types of setup items: 1) items that you can configure settings
using the control panel of this machine, 2) items that you can configure settings using a Web browser on a client computer, 3) items that you can configure settings using both of the above. See p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” for
details.
3
This manual covers only the setting procedures that you can perform using
the control panel of this machine. For details about settings this manual does
not cover, see the Web Status Monitor Help. For information about how to
view the Web Status Monitor, see p.90 “Accessing the Scanner”
Install ScanRouter V2/Professional on a com- See the manuals for ScanRouter
puter used as a network delivery server, and V2/Professional or ScanRouter
make necessary settings
V2/Professional Help.
Install DeskTopBinder
Lite on a client computer, and make necessary
settings
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine
See DeskTopBinder Lite Help or the
manuals for DeskTopBinder Lite.
See p.52 “System Settings”
Configure [General Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
Configure [2.SendScan Settings] and [4.Scan
Settings] on this machine or on the Web Status
Monitor
See p.64 “SendScan Settings”
Configure [Delivery Settings] on the Web Status
Monitor.
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
Recall the Settings on the Web Status Monitor
See p.109 “Recalling the Settings” for
details.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Register this machine *1 using ScanRouter
V2/Professional
*1
See the manuals for ScanRouter
V2/Professional or ScanRouter
V2/Professional Help.
Enter the IP address directly using [Set I/O Device].
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.173 “Sending Scan Files Using Delivery Server”.
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Outline to Use As a TWAIN Scanner
Outline to Use As a TWAIN Scanner
To Use as a Network TWAIN Scanner
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for using this machine as a network TWAIN scanner.
Configure [1.System Settings] on this machine
See p.52 “System Settings”
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Install the network TWAIN driver on a client computer *1
See p.113 “Software for Using a TWAIN Scanner”.
To Use as a USB TWAIN Scanner
The following overview diagram shows the preparation steps for using this machine as a TWAIN scanner.
*1
Install the USB TWAIN driver on a client computer *1
See p.113 “Software for Using a TWAIN Scanner”.
Connect the scanner and client computer with a USB cable.
See p.27 “Connecting to a
Computer via USB Cable”.
If you use this machine as a TWAIN scanner, you need a TWAIN-compliant application on the client computer you use. DeskTopBinder Lite that comes with this machine is a TWAIN-compliant application.
Reference
For configuration items, see p.42 “Initial Scanner Setup” and for operation of
configuration, see p.177 “Using the TWAIN Scanner Function”.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Initial Scanner Setup
The table on the next page shows all the setup items and their factory default values. The table also includes information about for which of the functions each of
the setup items is used (see the columns under “Purpose”), and the available
method for configuration (see the columns under “Method”).
For information about how to configure each of the setup items and how it
works, see the sections from p.52 “System Settings” to p.90 “Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser”, and also see the Web Status Monitor Help.
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How to Read the Function Table
Note
❒ (WSM) signifies the names of Setup Items in Web Status Monitor.
❖ The Purpose Row
Under “Purpose” in the table on the next page, there is a column for each of
the functions listed below.
Note
❒ It is not necessary to set up configuration when using as a USB TWAIN scanner.
Column name:
Means the function for:
Delivery Server
Sending scan files by a delivery server using ScanRouter V2/Professional.
Mail
Sending scan files as e-mail attachments.
SMB
Sending scan files to a Windows shared folder.
FTP
Sending scan files to an FTP server.
Print
Printing scan files.
TWAIN
Using this machine as a network TWAIN scanner.
• A “ ” in a column means that the setup item to the left is essential to use the
function. Be sure to configure these settings before using this machine.
• A “b” in a column means that the setup item to the left is related to the function, but is not essential. Configure these settings as necessary.
• No mark in a column means that the setup item to the left has no direct relation to the function.
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Initial Scanner Setup
❖ The Method Row
Under “Method” in the table on the next page, there is a column for each of
the setup method listed below.
Column name:
Means if:
Scanner
Each of the setup items to the left can be configured using the
control panel of this machine.
Web
Each of the setup items to the left can be configured using the
Web Status Monitor.
• A “b” in a column means that the setup item to the left can be configured using the method.
• A “x” in a column means that the setup item to the left cannot be configured
using the method. Use the other available method for the setting.
• A “-” in a column means that the item to the left cannot be changed (for the
display information purpose only).
• A “(null)” in the “Default” column means that the setup item to the left has
no factory default value.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Function Table
Basic Settings
Web
(null)
×
b
URL Name
URL
×
b
URL
/cgibin/url.cgi/
×
b
Help URL
/cgibin/help.cgi
×
b
Function Priority
Select: Send/Print
b
×
IP Address
11.22.33.44
b
b
RNP****** *1
Comment
Print
b
Device Name
FTP
×
Default
SMB
Scanner
E-mail
b b b
TWAIN
General Settings
b
Method
b
Setup Item
3
Delivery
Purpose
b
b b b
b b
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*4
*2
*3
Subnet Mask
0.0.0.0
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
b
b
b
b
*2
*3
Default Gateway Address 0.0.0.0
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
*2
SNMP *5
TCP/IP(WSM), System Settings
*3
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Access Control
0.0.0.0
b
b
b
Access Mask
0.0.0.0
b
b
b
×
b
DNS Server 1 IP Address 0.0.0.0
DNS Server 2 IP Address (null)
b
×
b
DNS Server 3 IP Address (null)
b
×
b
b
b
b
b
b
×
Network Boot
NONE
b
b b b
b b
*3
Transmission Speed
Auto
b
b b b
b b
*3
Destination Search Priority
b
*6
Community Name 1 to 10 public *7
b
b
×
b
Access Type 1 to 10
read-only *7
b
b
×
b
Protocol 1 to 10
TCP/IP
b
b
×
Manager IP Address
0.0.0.0
×

Initial Scanner Setup
Web
TWAIN
New Password
(null)
×
b
Scan Type
Binary:Text
b
b b b
b
b
Resolution
100dpi
b
b b b
b
b
Scan Size
A4
b
b b b
b
b
Position
0
b
b b b
b
b
Scanning Area
0
b
b b b
b
b
Image Density
4
b
b b b
b
b
Filter
None
b
b b b
b
b
Inversion
Off
b
b b b
b
b
Erase Colour
None
b
b b b
b
b
File Type
Single Page
b
b b b
b
b
: 1 Sided
b
b b b
b
b
b
b
b
Original Size (Scan Size) A4
b
b
b
Reduce/Enlarge
1
b
b
b
Duplex
1 Sided Orig. -> 1 Sided
Print
b
b
b
Create Margin
Off
b
b
×
Quality/Speed
Speed
b
b
Original Setting/
Orientation
Image Density
4
Print
b
FTP
×
SMB
(null)
Default
E-mail
Scanner
Password
Scan Settings(WSM), Scan Settings *8
Method
Current Password
Setup Item
Print Settings(WSM), Print Settings *8
Delivery
Purpose
3
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
TWAIN
Scanner
Web
b b b
b b
b
b
TWAIN Standby Time
Off
b
b b b
b b
b
b
Auto Reset Timer
Off
b
b b b
b
b
b
Compression(Binary)
On
b
b b b
b
b
Compression
(Color/Gray Scale)
Normal Compression
b
b b b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Custom Title Scanner(WSM), Send Scan Settings
Backup
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Print
b
FTP
Send
Default
SMB
E-mail
Function Priority
Setup Item
3
Method
Delivery
Purpose
Auto Update Destination Off
List
b
Unit of Measure
mm
b
b b b
sRGB
Off
b
b b b
b
b
End of Scan Option
Clear Settings after Each b
Scan Job
b b b
b
b
Border Erase
0mm
b
b b b
b
b
Language Select
English
b
b b b
b
b
b
Wait Time for Additional 3 second(s)
Scanning
b
b b b
b
×
b
Function Options
Send File/TWAIN
b
b b b
b b
b
b
Send Function Permission
All Send Functions
b
b b b
b
b
Title Priority
All
b
b b b
b
×
b
Select Title
Alphabets
b
b b b
b
×
b
Time Zone
GMT
b
b b b
b
b
b
Custom Title 1: to 5:
1 to 5
b b b
b
×
b
Send File Path
(Null)
b
b b b
b b
×
Login User Name
(Null)
b
b b b
b b
×
b
Login Password
(Null)
b
b b b
b b
×
b
Backup File Name
(Null)
b
b b b
b b
×
b
b
Initial Scanner Setup
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
Authentication at Printing Off
TWAIN
×
b
b
×
b
Print
FTP
b b b
SMB
b
Web
Off
Method
Scanner
Authentication at Sending
File
Default
E-mail
Time Server(WSM), Date/Time User Authentication Management
Setup Item
Delivery
Purpose
Authentication Method
LDAP Authentication
b
b b b
b
×
b
Domain Name
(Null)
b
b b b
b
×
b
Main Host Name
(Null)
b
b b b
b
×
b
Sub Host Name
(Null)
b
b b b
b
×
b
LDAP Server IP Address 0.0.0.0
b
b b b
b
×
b
Search Base
(Null)
b
b b b
b
×
b
Time Server IP Address 0.0.0.0
b
b b b
b
b
b
Polling Interval
b
b b b
b
b
b
30
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****** is the last six digits of the machine's MAC address.
An essential setting when [Network Boot] is set to “NONE”. Do not enter anything
when [Network Boot] is set to “DHCP”.
When you use no network printers, you don't have to configure this setting.
Be sure to configure this setting on this machine first. You can change the setting on
the Web Status Monitor after you configure the first time setting on the machine.
Available up to 10 registrations.
See p.55 “Destination Search Priority”and p.105 “Information to Register in [Search
Destinations]” for details.
The default value applied to the Community Name 1.
Available up to 4 registrations, including “Default”.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Send File Settings
Web
TWAIN
b
No. of Times to Resend
Off
b b
×
b
Job Delivery Data Max.
Setting
Off
b b
×
b
File Name + Time
On
b b
×
b
Create Device Name
Folder
On
b b
×
b
Program No.
(Automatically assigned)
×
b
File Send Path Name
(null)
×
b
Key Display
(null)
×
b
Assign Title
ABC/1/On
×
b
Send File Path
(null)
×
b
Login User Name
(null)
×
b
Login Password
(null)
×
b
Sender's Password
On
×
b
Protected Password
(null)
×
b
Program No.
(Automatically assigned)
×
b
FTP Server Name
(null)
×
b
Key Display
(null)
×
b
Assign Title
ABC/1/On
×
b
Server Name/Path
Name
(null)
×
b
Login User Name
(null)
×
b
Login Password
(null)
×
b
PASV Mode Configuration Off
×
b
Sender's Password
On
×
b
Protected Password
(null)
×
b
Print
×
FTP
b b
SMB
Off
Default
E-mail
Scanner
Send File
Send File Path *1
FTP Server *1
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Method
Interval Time for
Resending
Setup Item
3
Delivery
Purpose
Initial Scanner Setup
*1
*2
TWAIN
Print
FTP
SMB
E-mail
b b
(null)
Web
No.1 to 30
Default
Method
Scanner
File Name *2
Setup Item
Delivery
Purpose
×
b
Available up to 1000 registrations.
Available up to 30 registrations.
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E-mail Settings
Web
b
POP Server Port No.
110
b
×
b
SMTP Server Address
(null)
×
b
SMTP Server Port No.
25
×
b
Domain Name
(null)
×
b
Authentication Method
Off
×
b
Authentication User
Name
(null)
×
b
Authentication Password (null)
×
b
b
b
Print
×
FTP
b
SMB
(null)
Factory Default Value
E-mail
Scanner
TWAIN
Method
POP Server Address
Setup Item
E-mail
Delivery
Purpose
Sender's Name Default
Administrator's Address
b
×
b
Administrator's Name
(null)
b
×
b
Administrator's E-mail
Address
(null)
b
×
b
Interval Time for
Resending E-mails
30
b
×
b
No. of Times to Resend
E-mails
1
b
×
b
Max. E-mail Size
Off
b
×
b
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
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Web
TWAIN
b
Name
(null)
b
×
b
Key Display
(null)
b
×
b
Assign Title
ABC/1/On
b
×
b
E-mail Address
(null)
×
b
Register as Sender
On
b
×
Sender's Password
On
b
×
b
Protected Password
(null)
b
×
b
1 to 30
(null)
b
×
b
LDAP Server IP Address 0.0.0.0
b
×
b
LDAP Server IP Address 389
b
×
b
Search Base
(Null)
b
×
b
Max. Number of Search
Results
100
b
×
b
Connection Wait Time
2
b
×
b
Search Object
E-mail Address
b
×
b
Advanced Search
Conditions
Include One of Words
b
×
b
Search Address BookSearch Object
Name
b
×
b
Available up to 2000 destinations.
Print
×
FTP
b
SMB
(Automatically assigned)
Factory Default Value
E-mail
Scanner
Subject E-mail Address *1
Search Destinations
*1
Method
Program No.
Setup Item
3
Delivery
Purpose
Initial Scanner Setup
Delivery Settings
Delivery
*2
*3


*1
*2
Off
b
×
b
No. of Times to Redeliver Off
b
×
b
Job Delivery Data Max.
Setting
b
b
b
Interval Time for
Redelivery
*1
Web
Delivery Server IP Address 0.0.0.0
Scanner
TWAIN
Method
Print
FTP
SMB
Default
E-mail
Setup Item
Delivery
Purpose
1
3
*3
Automatically configured when you register this machine on ScanRouter V2/Professional. It is essential to register this machine on ScanRouter V2/Professional.
Display using [1.System Settings] on this machine.
Configure using [2.SendScan Settings] on this machine.
Print Scan Settings
Web
TWAIN
Color/Black and White
Black and White
b
b
b
Program No.
(Automatically assigned)
b
×
b
Name(s)
(null)
b
×
b
Key Display
(null)
b
×
b
Assign Title
ABC/1/On
b
×
b
Attachment Type
Network Printer
×
b
Default Printer
No *2
b
×
b
Locked Print
Off
b
×
b
Paper Source Tray
Auto Tray Select
b
×
b
Print
b
FTP
b
SMB
b
Default
E-mail
Scanner
Print Scan
Printer *1
*2
Method
Max. Number of Copies 999
Setup Item
*1
Delivery
Purpose
Available up to 99 registrations.
“Yes” is automatically selected for the first printer that is registered. “No” is selected
for all other printers.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
System Settings
This section describes the setup items contained in the System Settings menu.
They include an item used to select the initial screen of the machine, and basic
setup items for operating this machine on a network, such as an IP address setting. This section also shows you how to configure these settings using the control panel of this machine.
Reference
The System Settings menus are available by pressing the {User Tools}
} key.
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For configuration using the System Settings menus, see p.57 “Configuring
[System Settings]”.
Note
❒ The items marked with (WSM) on the titles signify that they are configured
on the website at Web Status Monitor.
Information to Set in [System Settings]
Note
❒ You can configure the settings that are mentioned in this section, using the
Web Status Monitor. However, you must configure the IP address setting using the control panel of this machine first. And then, you can change the setting on the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Function Priority
This item lets you select the initial screen that is displayed when you turn the
power on.
• Select: Send/Print
When you select this option, “Select Method” screen is initially displayed.
On this screen, pressing the {1}
} key displays the Delivery Server standby
screen or the E-mail/Send File standby screen, depending on the settings
in [6.Select Method]. Pressing the {2}
} key displays the Print Scan initial
screen for printing scan data.
• Send Scan
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When you select this option, the Delivery Server standby screen or the Email/Send File standby screen is initially displayed. The screen initially
displayed depends on the settings in [6.Select Method].
System Settings
• Print Scan
When you select this option, the Print Scan Ready screen is displayed as
the initial screen.
❖ IP Address
When a fixed IP address is assigned to this machine on the network you use,
enter the IP address to this item in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0 through
255).
Do not specify this item manually when you use this machine on a DHCP environment. An IP address is automatically assigned to this machine by selecting “DHCP” for [Network Boot].
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❖ Subnet Mask
When a fixed IP address is assigned to this machine on the network you use,
enter the subnet mask to this item in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0
through 255).
Do not specify this item manually when you use this machine on a DHCP environment, because this item is automatically assigned to this machine by selecting “DHCP” for [Network Boot].
❖ Default Gateway Address
When a fixed IP address is assigned to this machine on the network you use,
enter the default gateway address to this item in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(xxx:0 through 255).
Do not specify this item manually when you use this machine on a DHCP environment, because this item is automatically assigned to this machine by selecting “DHCP” for [Network Boot].
❖ Access Control and Access Mask
Use these setup items together to determine which of client computers has
right to access this machine when it works as a network TWAIN scanner.
Each of the client computers is granted or denied its access to this machine by
its IP address, which is determined by an access control entry and an access
mask entry in combination. An access control entry is used as a reference value of the IP address, while an access mask entry determines the range of the
IP addresses.
• Access control is the value that becomes the reference for restricting the client that uses this product as a network TWAIN scanner
• Access mask is the value to specify the restriction range. It is collated (logically multiplied) with access control to limit clients that can use this product as a network TWAIN scanner.
Specify both the access control and the access mask in the form of
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0 through 255).
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Note
❒ When you want to set no limitation of access to this machine, leave these
settings as their default values.
❒ When an IP address of a client computer falls within the logical products
of the access control entry and the access mask entry, the client computer
is granted its access to this machine.
❒ For example, a client computer that has an IP address within the range
shown under “Access-enabled IP address” column in the following table
has right to access this machine, in accordance with the entry of the access
mask to the left, when you set the access control to 192.168.15.18. In the following table, “xxx” means any value is available.
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Access mask entry
Access-enabled IP address
000.000.000.000
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
255.255.000.000
192.168.xxx.xxx
255.255.240.000
192.168.0.xxx
∼192.168.15.xxx
255.255.255.000
192.168.15.xxx
255.255.255.240
192.168.15.16
∼192.168.15.31
255.255.255.255
192.168.15.18
❖ Network Boot
Use this item to select whether you use this machine on a DHCP environment
or not. Set this item to “NONE” when a fixed IP address is assigned to this
machine on the network you use. Set this item to “DHCP” when you use this
machine on a DHCP environment.
Note
❒ If you plan to use delivery server function, assign an IP address of this machine statistically, even when you use this machine on a DHCP environment. You still have to select “DHCP” for [Network Boot], and do not enter
any value to the following setup items: [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], [Default
Gateway Address].
❒ After you have changed the setting of this item, turn off the power and
then back on to activate the change.
❖ DNS Server 1 IP Address (WSM)
Specify the IP address of the primary DNS server on the network you use this
machine, in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0 through 255).
Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
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System Settings
❖ DNS Server 2 IP Address (WSM)
When a secondary DNS server runs on the network you use this machine,
specify the IP address of the secondary DNS server in the form of
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0 through 255).
Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
❖ DNS Server 3 IP Address (WSM)
When a third DNS server runs on the network you use this machine, specify
the IP address of the third DNS server in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0
through 255).
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Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Delivery Server IP Address
This item is automatically configured when you register this machine to a delivery server operated by ScanRouter V2/Professional. Do not specify this
item manually.
❖ MAC Address
This item is automatically configured.
❖ Transmission Speed
Use this item to select a network transmission speed from “Auto”,
“100Mbps” or “10Mbps”.
❖ LAN Type
Ethernet is fixed for this machine.
❖ Wireless LAN Signal
This item is disabled with this machine.
❖ Destination Search Priority
Set this item to specify the objects to use in higher priority when searching for
the E-mail addresses.
Make the settings to access the E-mail address registered in LDAP server before using this function to enable the settings in [LDAP Search Object] and
[LDAP Search Conditions].
Reference
See p.105 “Information to Register in [Search Destinations]”.
❖ Send Function Permission
Use this item to limit the function that the users can use with this machine.
With this mode, this machine can be limited to use; [E-mail Only], [SMB Only (File
Name Changeable)], [SMB Only (File Name Unchangeable)], [FTP Only (File Name
Changeable)], or [FTP Only (File Name Unchangeable)].
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❖ Date/Time(Yr/Month/Day/Hr/Min/Sec)
This item lets you adjust the machine's date and time. The current date and
time affects all the related operations of this machine, such as a time stamp
inserted in each of e-mail messages sent from this machine. Also, you can assign a poling interval of the time server.
❖ Prepare Carriage Lock
When you transport the machine over a distance, you must lock the Lock
Switch which is located on the back of the machine. Before locking the switch,
execute the carriage lock preparation. See p.201 “Transporting the Scanner”
for details.
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❖ Supply Counter
You can check and manage the number of scanning by the ADF to know the
timing of replacing of the Pick Roller Unit and ADF Pad. Also you will be
alerted on the timing of replacing the parts by resetting this counter after replacement of the new ones. See p.199 “Displaying and Resetting the Counter
of Consumable Parts”
❖ Select Language
This item lets you select a language for displaying messages on the screen.
Note
❒ This setting will be effective after reboot.
❖ Firmware Version
This item displays the number of the firmware version.
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System Settings
Configuring [System Settings]
Reference
See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on
the Screen” for information about
how to select items displayed on
the screen.
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
D Select the option you want among
“Select: Send/Print”, “Send Scan”
and “Print Scan”.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
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E While the option you want to se-
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The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {1}} key.
lect is displayed, press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
configured, and returns to the System Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the previous screen.
F Configure the necessary settings
in accordance with your network
environment.
The System Settings menu is displayed, and “1. Function Priority”
appears as the setup item currently
selected.
C Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “1. Function
Priority” appears.
Note
❒ Pressing [Exit] returns to the
parent menu screen.
To configure network boot and
related settings when a fixed IP
address is assigned to this machine
A Press [↓
↓Next].
“2. IP Address” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
B Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “2. IP Address” appears.
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C Specify the IP address of this
machine.
• Input the IP address using
the number keys.
• An IP address consists of four
parts, and each part has a
number within the range of 0
to 255. Make sure that you input each part of the IP address in three digits. For
example, when you want to
specify “8” for a part, highlight the part and then input
“008” using the number keys.
You can use {1 } (or {#}
})
and {0 } keys to move the
highlighting to right and left.
3
Note
❒ You can use the {Clear/Stop}
}
key to clear the three-digit
number currently highlighted.
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Note
❒ When you want to set no limitation of access to this machine, it is not necessary to
specify “5. Access Control”,
while you need to confirm
that “6. Access Mask” is set
to “000.000.000.000”.
G Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “7. Network Boot” appears.
H Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display
“NONE”.
Note
❒ “*” mark appears along with
the option currently selected.
D When you are finished, press
[OK].
This returns to the System Settings menu.
I While “NONE” is displayed,
press [OK].
This returns to the System Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
value that you have specified, and returns to the previous screen.
E Press [↓
↓Next]
“3. Subnet Mask” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
F Specify each value for “3. Subnet Mask”, “4. Default Gateway
Address”, “5. Access Control”
and “6. Access Mask” in the
same way that you have done in
steps B through E.
“7. Network Boot” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] leaves the
setting as it was (the option
marked with “*” remains active), and returns to the previous screen.
System Settings
To configure network boot
settings when you use this
machine on a DHCP environment
A Press [↓
↓Next] three times at 2. IP
Address.
“5. Access Control” appears as
the setup item currently selected.
C Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “7. Network Boot” appears.
D Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display “DHCP”.
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Note
❒ It is not necessary to specify
“2. IP Address”, “3. Subnet
Mask” and “4. Default Gateway Address”. The DHCP
server on your network assigns these values automatically.
B Specify each value for “5. Access Control” and “7. Network
Boot”.
You can specify these values in
the same way that you have
done in steps B through E under p.57 “To configure network
boot and related settings when
a fixed IP address is assigned to
this machine”. When you are
finished, “7. Network Boot” appears as the setup item currently selected.
Note
❒ When you want to set no limitation of access to this machine, it is not necessary to
specify “5. Access Control”,
while you need to confirm
that “6. Access Mask” is set
to “000.000.000.000”.
Note
❒ “*” mark appears along with
the option currently selected.
E While “DHCP” is displayed,
press [OK].
This returns to the System Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] leaves the
setting as it was (the option
marked with “*” remains active), and returns to the previous screen.
G Press [↓↓Next].
“8. Delivery Server IP Address”
appears as the setup item currently
selected.
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Note
❒ This item is automatically configured when you register this
machine to a delivery server operated by ScanRouter V2/Professional. Press [OK] to confirm
this setting after you have registered this machine to a delivery
server, and then press [Cancel]
to return to the System Settings
menu.
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K Press [↓↓Next].
“13. Destination Search Priority”
appears.
To specify the LDAP Search
Object
A Press [Settings].
H Press [↓↓Next].
B Press [Settings] while “1. LDAP
Search Object” is selected.
“9. MAC Address” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
Note
❒ MAC address is a hardware address that uniquely identifies
each machine, and cannot be
changed. Press [Settings] to see
the MAC address of this machine, and then press [Cancel] to
return to the System Settings
menu.
You can specify the E-mail destination, by either selecting “Email Address”, “Name (of a
person)”, “Company Name” or
“Fax Number”, with [↓
↓] or [↑
↑].
C Press [OK], to select the menu
you wish.
I By pressing [↓↓Next] to display “10.
Transmission Speed” and “11.
LAN Type” as the setup item, select options for each of them in
the same way that you have done
for setting “7. Network Boot”.
Note
❒ “11. LAN Type” is fixed to “Ethernet” for this machine.
J Press [↓↓Next].
“12. Wireless LAN Signal” appears
in gray tone.
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Note
❒ The selected menu is marked
with “*” in front of the item.
❒ By pressing [Cancel] if you do
not wish to change.
D Press [Exit].
You will return to the “13. Destination Search Priority”.
System Settings
To specify the LDAP Advanced
Search Conditions
To specify the Address Book
Search Object
A Press [Settings].
A Press [Settings].
B Press [↓
↓Next].
C Press [Settings] while “2. LDAP
Advanced Search Conditions”
is selected.
B Press [↓
↓Next] twice.
C Press [Settings] while “3. Address Book Search Object” is
selected.
You can search the E-mail destination, by entering word(s) of
conditions, among: “Search Beginning Word”, “Search End
Word”, “Exact Match”, “Include One of Words”, “Exclude
Words” or “Fuzzy Search”,
with [↓
↓] or [↑
↑].
D Press [OK], to select the menu
you wish.
You can search the E-mail destination, by entering either “Email Address” or “Name (of a
person)”, with [↓
↓] or [↑
↑].
D Press [OK], to select the menu
you wish.
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Note
❒ The selected menu is marked
with “*” in front of the item.
Note
❒ The selected menu is marked
with “*” in front of the item.
❒ By pressing [Cancel] if you do
not wish to change.
E Press [Exit].
You will return to the “13. Destination Search Priority”.
❒ Press [Cancel] if you do not
wish to change.
E Press [Exit].
You will return to the “13. Destination Search Priority”.
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L Press [↓↓Next].
M Press [↓↓Next].
“14. Send Function Permission”
appears.
“15. Date/Time(Yr/Month/Day/
Hr/Min/Sec)” appears.
To specify the Send Function
Permission
To set the date and time
A Press [Settings].
A Press [Settings].
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You can specify a type of Send
Functions to be available by selecting among: “All Send Functions”, “E-mail Only”, “SMB
Only (File Name Changeable)”,
“SMB Only (File Name Unchangeable)”, “FTP Only (File
Name Changeable)”, or “FTP
Only (File Name Unchangeable)” with [↓
↓] or [↑
↑].
B Press [OK], to select the function you wish.
B Enter the numeric values to
correct the date and time.
C Press [OK].
To specify the IP address of the
Time Server
Note
❒ Set the necessary settings to access the internet to use this function.
A Press [Settings].
Note
❒ The selected menu is marked
with “*” in front of the item.
❒ By pressing [Cancel] if you do
not wish to change, you will
return to the “14. Send Function Permission”.
B Press [Time Svr].
C Enter the IP address of your local time server.
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System Settings
Note
❒ Press [Cancel] twice if you do
not wish to change. You will
return to the “15. Date/Time
(Yr/Month/Day/Hr/Min/S
ec)”.
D Press [OK] twice.
N Press [↓↓Next].
“16. Prepare Carriage Lock” appears.
Reference
See p.201 “Transporting the
Scanner” for the operating details.
O Press [↓↓Next].
“17. Supply Counter” appears.
Reference
See p.199 “Displaying and Resetting the Counter of Consumable Parts” for the operating
details.
P Press [↓↓Next].
“18. Select Language”appears.
Press [Settings] and select a language you wish to use with [↓
↓] or
[↑
↑ ]. Press [OK] to return to the
menu.
Note
❒ Press [Cancel] if you do not wish
to change.
R Press [Exit].
This returns to the System Settings
menu.
S Press [Exit].
This exits the Scanner Features
menu, and returns to the standby
screen that is displayed when you
turn the power on.
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Important
❒ Never turn off the power of this
machine before the standby
screen is displayed. Doing so
can discard all the settings you
have configured, and return this
machine to its factory default
status.
Note
❒ Instead of pressing [Exit], you
can press a number key to enter
another setting menu.
T If you have changed the settings
of “7. Network Boot”, turn off the
power and then back on.
The changes to the above settings
are activated.
Q Press [↓↓Next].
“19. Firmware Version” appears.
Press [Settings] to confirm the
firmware version with this screen.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
SendScan Settings
This section describes the setup items contained in the SendScan Settings, and
shows you how to configure the settings in the SendScan Settings menu (which
includes main setup items in the SendScan Settings) using the control panel of
this machine.
Reference
The SendScan Settings menus are available by pressing the {User Tools}
} key.
For configuration using the SendScan Settings menus, see p.70 “Configuring
[Send Scan Settings]”.
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Note
❒ The items marked with (WSM) on the titles signify that they are configured
on the website at WebStatusMonitor.
Information to Set in [Send Scan Settings]
❖ Send File/TWAIN Priority
This item lets you select which of the functions of this machine has priority,
when you use this machine. You can select from the following two options.
• TWAIN
With this option, the TWAIN standby screen is displayed as the Send Scan
initial screen. This means that the machine stands by for receiving a scanning command from a client computer. While the TWAIN standby screen
is displayed, press [Exit] to use the Delivery Server function or the Send
Mail/Send File function (except for performing a Custom Send File operation).
• Send File
With this option, the Delivery Server standby screen or the E-mail/Send
File standby screen is displayed as the Send Scan initial screen. While either of these screens is displayed, you can use this machine as a TWAIN
scanner or perform a Custom Send File operation from a client computer,
whenever no operation is performed on this machine.
Note
❒ When you set “6. Select Method” to “TWAIN”, this setup item is dimmed
and cannot be configured.
❖ TWAIN Standby Time
This item lets you specify the time after which this machine stands by for a
network TWAIN command (or a [Enter Custom Send File] command), from the
last operation of the control panel of this machine. When you set this item to
“Off”, this machine always stands by for these commands. When you set this
item to “On”, you can set the time within the range of 3 to 30 seconds in 1second increments.
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SendScan Settings
Note
❒ When this machine receives a network TWAIN command (or a [Enter Custom Send File] command) before the specified TWAIN standby time goes
by, the message “Unable to make configurations because Scanner
is currently in use. Please try again later.” appears on the client computer.
❖ Auto Reset Timer
This item lets you select whether to return to the state immediately after power-on when this machine is not used for the specified time period. When you
set this item to “Off”, the screen currently displayed remains until another
operation is performed or the power is turned off. When you set this item to
“On”, you can set the time within the range of 10 to 999 seconds in 1-second
increments.
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❖ Compression (Black and White)
This item determines whether to compress scan data, created under the following conditions.
• Scan is performed for sending the scan data using Delivery Server function
or Send Mail/Send File function.
• Scan is performed with one of the following options is selected for [Scan
Settings] → [Scan Type] : “Black and White:Text”, “Black and
White:Text/Photo”, or “Black and White:Photo”.
Note
❒ Compressing data increases the number of original pages that can be processed at a time. The number of original pages changes depending on the
status of the originals.
❒ When not compressing scanned data, file size is determined by the scanning size and resolution, regardless of the status of the original. See p.211
“When [Black and White:Text], [Black and White:Text/Photo] or [Black and
White:Photo] is selected”.
❖ Compression (Gray Scale/Full Color)
This item determines whether to compress scan data, created under the following conditions.
• Scan is performed for sending the scan data using Delivery Server function
or Send Mail/Send File function.
• Scan is performed with one of the following options that is selected for
[Scan Settings] → [Scan Type] : “Black and White:Gray Scale” or “Color:Full
Color”.
You can select from the following four options. JPEG compression is performed when you select any of the compression options.
• Normal Compression
Intermediate compression is performed with the scan data, and intermediate file size and image quality can be obtained.
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• High Compression
Higher compression is performed with the scan data so that the file size becomes much smaller, while the image quality gets relatively lower (in comparison with normal compression).
• Low Compression
Lower compression is performed with the scan data so that the image quality becomes relatively higher, while the file size gets larger (in comparison
with normal compression).
• Off
Scanned data is not compressed. Quality is not lost, but file size and memory usage increase. File size is determined by the scanning size and resolution, regardless of the status of the original.
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Note
❒ The size of compressed data varies among originals even if the same quality setting is made for them. The number of original pages that can be processed at a time also varies.
❖ Select Method
You can select a method that suits for a combination of the functions you
want to use when you perform a Send Scan operation. The following three
options are available.
• Delivery Server/TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use Delivery Server and network TWAIN.
• Send File/TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use e-mail, Send File (SMB), Send File
(FTP), and network TWAIN.
• TWAIN
Select this option if you want to use Network TWAIN only.
❖ Auto Update Destination List
• When “Delivery Server/TWAIN” is selected under [6.Select Method]
Select whether to update the contents of the Address Book automatically
with the latest data from the delivery server. When “On” is selected, the
Address Book is updated each time you press [Dest.] or [Sender] on this machine. When “Off” is selected, the Address Book is updated only when the
power is turned on.
• When “Send File/TWAIN” is selected under [6.Select Method]
Select whether to update the contents of the destination lists of e-mail addresses, send file paths, and FTP servers automatically with the latest data
registered using the Web Status Monitor’s [E-mail Address], [Send File Path]
and [FTP Server]. When “On” is selected, the destination list is updated
each time you press [E-mail] on this machine. When “Off” is selected, the
destination list is updated only when the power is turned on.
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SendScan Settings
Note
❒ You can select “Off” if you do not plan to update the Address Book or the
destination lists frequently. Selecting “Off” makes this machine react
quickly when you press [E-mail].
❖ Unit of Measure
This item lets you select a unit of measurement that is used when you specify
values for [Custom Size] of [Original Size] setting. You can select between “mm”
and “inch”.
❖ sRGB
This item lets you select whether to scan originals with the sRGB Colour
matching function enabled. This function is available only when you select
“Color:Full Color” in [Scan Type] under [Scan Settings].
• When “Off” is selected, the sRGB Colour matching function is disabled.
• When “sRGB 1” is selected, the original's Colour tone is accurately reproduced, but the paper's yellowish tone may be reproduced also.
• Selecting “sRGB 2” reduces the paper's yellowish tone.
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Note
❒ Selecting “sRGB 1” or “sRGB 2” disables the [Image Density] setting. (⇒
p.79)
❖ End of Scan Option
This item lets you select how this machine behaves after a scanning operation
ends. The option selected for this item applies scanning performed in a Send
Scan (Delivery Server or Send Mail/Send File) operation.
Note
❒ You can perform additional scan operation after a scanning from the exposure glass is finished, regardless of the setting of this item.
❒ When you perform a Print Scan operation, the option selected for this setup item does not apply.
• Show Options after Each Scan Job
The screen for selecting the next operation appears on the display panel of
this machine.
When scanning is performed from the ADF
The following screen appears when all the originals in the ADF are
scanned.
• Press [Add] to continue scanning to add scanned data to the current image file.
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• Pressing [New Job] finishes the current scanning job and sends the
scanned data. You can start a new job with the current settings after the
scanned data is sent.
• Pressing [OK] finishes the current scanning job, sends the scanned data,
and then returns to the initial screen when the power is turned on.
When scanning is performed from the exposure glass
The following screen appears when you press [Finish] after scanning the
original on the exposure glass.
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• Pressing [New Job] finishes the current scanning job and sends the
scanned data. You can start a new job with the current settings after the
scanned data is sent.
• Pressing [OK] finishes the current scanning job, sends the scanned data,
and then returns to the initial screen when the power is turned on.
Note
❒ You can specify the time during which the screen for selecting the next
operation remains displayed using [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Wait Time for Additional Scanning] on the Web Status Monitor.
See the Web Status Monitor Help.
❒ When you perform an [Enter Custom Send File] operation from the Web
Status Monitor, selecting [New Job] and [OK] on the selection screen both
finishes the current scanning job, sends the scanned data, and the [Enter
Custom Send File] settings are retained. Press [PrevMenu] to return to the
initial screen when the power is turned on.
• Clear Settings after Each Scan Job
The initial screen displayed immediately after power-on appears on the
display panel of this machine, and files are sent.
Note
❒ When you perform the [Enter Custom Send File] operation from the Web
Status Monitor, the [Enter Custom Send File] settings are retained after
files are sent. Press [PrevMenu] to return to the initial screen when the
power is turned on.
❖ Erase Border
When you perform a scan operation, it may happen that a borderline is reproduced on scan data by the shadow of paper ends of the original. This machine
can erase the borderline using a white line, which width you can specify using [Erase Border]. You can select a line width from 1mm (0.04”) to 5mm (0.2”).
Select “0mm” if you do not want to have the borderline erased. The option selected for this item applies scanning performed in a Send Scan (Delivery Server or Send Mail/Send File) operation.
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❖ ADF Thin Paper
This item is disabled in this machine.
❖ Job Delivery Data Max. Setting
This item lets you select whether to limit the maximum file size of a document
to be sent by using the delivery server. When you set limitation of the size,
you can specify it within the range of 1 MB to 64 MB, in 1MB increments.
Note
❒ You can also configure this setting by selecting [Configuration] → [Delivery
Settings] → [Delivery] on the Web Status Monitor.
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❖ Wait Time for Additional Scanning (WSM)
When “Show options after each scan job” is selected for [End of Scan Option],
enter the time during which the setting menu appears. Specify the time in seconds within the range of 3 through 900. When the specified time elapses, the
initial screen displayed immediately after power-on appears on the control
panel and files are sent.
Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Scanned Sheet Counter
This item displays the number of scanned sheets, by ADF and the exposure
glass respectively.
❖ Scanned Page Counter
This item displays the number of scanned pages, by ADF and the exposure
glass respectively.
❖ Registration
This item allows you to register the “Vertical” and/or “Horizontal” positions
of the original at values you have specified; among “1. Exposure Glass”, “2.
ADF Front Side” and “3. ADF Back Side”.
❖ Select Title (WSM)
This item lets you select the titles that are displayed when you press the {./*}
}
(Title) key. You can select between “Alphabet” and “Custom Title”.
Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
❒ Before using “Custom Title”, it is necessary to register custom titles using
the Web Status Monitor, and restart this machine.
❖ Time Zone (WSM)
This item lets you specify your local time zone, by selecting the time offset
from GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).
Note
❒ This setting can only be configured using the Web Status Monitor.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
C Press [Settings]
Configuring [Send Scan
Settings]
Follow the steps below to configure
Send Scan Settings using the control
panel of this machine.
Note
❒ You can also configure these settings using the Web Status Monitor.
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Reference
See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on
the Screen” for information about
how to select items displayed on
the screen.
If your machine has been configured with User Authenticate, then
enter your user ID and password,
according to the instruction on
p.21 “Login and Logout screens”.
A Press the {User Tools}} key
The setting screen for “1. Send
File/TWAIN Priority” appears.
D Select the function that you mainly
use from “Send File” or “TWAIN”.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
E Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
made, and returns to the SendScan
Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the previous screen.
F Press [↓↓Next].
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The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {2}} key.
The Send Scan Settings menu is displayed, and “1. Send File/TWAIN
Priority” appears as the setup item
currently selected.
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“2. TWAIN Standby Time” appears as the setup item currently
selected.
G Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “2. TWAIN
Standby Time” appears.
SendScan Settings
H Select the option you want for “2.
L By pressing [Next] to display “4.
• Use the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the setting you want.
After all, “14. Job Delivery Data
Max. Setting” appears as the setup
item currently selected.
Note
❒ To correct the number, press the
{ Clear/Stop}
} key to clear the
number you have entered.
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
adjusted time value, and returns to the previous screen.
M Select the options you wish to re-
TWAIN Standby Time”.
If you select “On”, specify the time
after which this machine stands by
for a network TWAIN command
(or a [Enter Custom Send File] command) using the number keys.
I Press [ OK ]
This saves the setting you have
configured, and returns to the
SendScan Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the previous screen.
Compression (Black and White)”
through “12. ADF Thin Paper” as
the setup item, select options for
each of them in the same way that
you have done in the steps C
through E.
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fer in “13. Job Delivery Data Max.
Setting”, “14. Scanned Sheet
Counter”, “15. Scanned Page
Counter”, “16. Registration”, in
the same way that you have done
in the steps G through I.
Reference
For operation of “16. Registration”, see p.193 “Adjusting the
position to start reading the
originals”.
N Press [Exit].
J Press [↓↓Next].
“3. Auto Reset Timer” appears as
the setup item currently selected.
Note
❒ Pressing [↑
↑Prev.] displays the
previous setup item.
This returns to the Scanner Features menu.
O Press [Exit].
K Set
the auto reset timer in the
same way that you have done in
the steps G through I.
This exits the Scanner Features
menu, and returns to the standby
screen that is displayed when you
turn the power on.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Important
❒ Never turn off the power of this
machine before the standby
screen is displayed. Doing so
can discard all the settings you
have configured, and return this
machine to its factory default
status.
❒ Reboot this machine after configuring [Send File/TWAIN Priority]
and [6. Select Method] to activate
your configuration values.
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Note
❒ Instead of pressing [Exit], you
can press a number key to enter
another setting menu.
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Print Scan Settings
Print Scan Settings
This section describes all the setup items included in Print Scan Settings menu, and
shows you how to configure these settings using the control panel of this machine.
Reference
The System Settings menus are available by pressing the {User Tools}
} key.
For configuration using the System Settings menus, see p.57 “Configuring
[System Settings]”.
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Information to Set in [Print Scan Settings]
❖ Max. Number of Copies
This item lets you set an upper limit for the number of copies that you can
specify when you perform a Print Scan operation, within the range of 1 to 999.
Note
❒ You can also configure this setting by selecting [Configuration] → [Print Scan
Settings] → [Print Scan] on the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Color/Black and White
This item lets you select default scan setting for Print Scan, between “Color”
and “Black and White”.
• Colour:Text
Scans standard originals containing mainly text as colour images.
• Colour:Text/Photo
Scans originals containing graphs, photos, and text as colour images.
• Colour:Photo
Scans originals containing mainly colour photos and graphs as colour images.
• Black and White:Text
Scans standard originals containing mainly text as black-and-white binary
images.
• Black and White:Text/Photo
Scans originals containing graphs, photos, and text as black-and-white binary images.
• Black and White:Photo
Scans originals containing mainly black-and-white photos and graphs as
black-and-white binary images.
Note
❒ Scan is performed with black and white or in gray scale, depending on the setting you have configured in the Print Settings menu. If you select “Text” as
[Scan Type] in the Print Settings menu, scan is performed with black and white.
If you select “Text/Photo” or “Photo”, scan is performed with gray scale.
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C Press [Settings].
Configuring [Print Scan
Settings]
Follow the steps below to configure
Print Scan Settings using the control
panel of this machine.
Note
❒ You can also configure these settings using the Web Status Monitor.
3
Reference
See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on
the Screen” for information about
how to select items displayed on
the screen.
The setting screen for “1. Max.
Number of Copies” appears.
Note
❒ Pressing [Exit] returns to the
parent menu screen.
D Input maximum number of cop-
ies you want to set using the
number keys.
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
Note
❒ To correct the number, press
{ Clear/Stop}
} key to clear the
number you have entered.
E Press [OK].
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The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {3}} key.
This saves the setting you have
made, and returns to the Print Scan
Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
entered value, and returns to
the previous screen.
F Press [↓↓Next].
The Print Scan Settings menu is
displayed, and “1. Max. Number
of Copies” appears as the setup
item currently selected.
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“2. Color/Black and White” appears as the setup item currently
selected.
G Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “2.
Color/Black and White” appears.
Print Scan Settings
H Display the option you wish to select.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
Important
❒ Never turn off the power of this
machine before the standby
screen is displayed. Doing so
can discard all the settings you
have configured, and return this
machine to its factory default
status.
Note
❒ Instead of pressing [Exit], you
can press a number key to enter
another setting menu.
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I Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
configured, and returns to the
Print Scan Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the previous screen.
J Press [Exit].
This returns to the Scanner Features menu.
K Press [Exit].
This exits the Scanner Features
menu, and returns to the standby
screen that is displayed when you
turn the power on.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Scan Settings
You can configure and register up to four sets of settings for scanning, when performing a Send Scan (e-mail, Send File (SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server) operation.
Memory areas named “Default”, “User 1”, “User 2”, and “User 3” are available
for registering Scan Settings. You can easily recall the settings you have registered to “User 1”, “User 2”, or “User 3”, which means you don’t have to configure detailed settings each time you send scan data. Settings registered to
“Default” apply when you send scan data without selecting “User 1”, “User 2”,
or “User 3”, or without manually configuring Scan Settings.
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Reference
The System Settings menus are available by pressing the {User Tools}
} key.
For configuration using the System Settings menus, see p.57 “Configuring
[System Settings]”.
Information to Register in [Scan Settings]
❖ Scan Type
This item lets you select a scan type. The number of colours and gradation
levels are automatically selected according to the selected scan type.
• Color:Full Color
Scans high-definition colour photos.
• Black and White:Text
Scans standard originals containing mainly text as black-and-white binary
images.
• Black and White:Text/Photo
Scans originals containing graphs, photos, and text as black-and-white binary images.
• Black and White:Photo
Scans originals containing mainly black-and-white photos and graphs as
black-and-white binary images.
• Black and White:Gray Scale
Scans originals containing mainly black-and-white photos, and colour
photos as black-and-white photos.
Selecting [ Gray Scale ] reduces the number of original pages that can be
scanned at a time.
Note
❒ Selecting [Color:Full Color] reduces the number of original pages that can be
scanned at a time.
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Scan Settings
❖ Resolution
This item lets you select the scan resolution. You can select from 100dpi,
200dpi, 300dpi, 400dpi, 600dpi and Custom Resolution.
Note
❒ The higher the resolution, the smaller the number of original pages that
can be scanned at a time.
❒ When you select Custom Resolution, you can specify the resolution within
the range of 100dpi through 1200dpi in 1dpi increments.
❖ Scan Size
This item lets you select the size of the area to be scanned. You can select from
the following options.
A4S, A5R, A5S, B5JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard)S, 81 / 2x14S,
81/2x13S, 81/2x11S, 51/2x81/2R, 51/2x81/2S, Custom Area Setting
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Note
❒ When [Custom Area Setting] is selected, specify the scanning area for [Start
Positn.] and [Scanning Area].
❖ Start Positn.
Specify the position where scanning starts when [Custom Area Setting] is selected in the [Scan Size] list.
Enter the offset from the reference (start) point in millimeters or inches.
Note
❒ This setting is enabled only when [Custom Area Setting] is selected in the
[Scan Size] list.
❒ You can select millimeters or inches to specify the position using [Unit of
Measure] in [2.SendScan Settings] under the Scanner Features menu. See ⇒
p.67 “Unit of Measure” for details.
❖ Scanning Area
Specify the position where scanning ends when [Custom Area Setting] is selected in the [Scan Size] list.
Enter the offset from the position specified for [Start Positn.], in millimeters or
inches.
Note
❒ This setting is enabled only when [Custom Area Setting] is selected in the
[Scan Size] list.
❒ You can select millimeters or inches to specify the position using [Unit of
Measure] in [2.SendScan Settings] under the Scanner Features menu. See p.67
“Unit of Measure” for details.
❒ Make sure that you specify vertical/horizontal positions and scanning areas
to be within the available scan area. The available scan area varies depending on where you place the originals (on the exposure glass or on the ADF).
The following illustrates the reference point and actual scanning area in accordance with the place where you set the originals.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
A
When the original is set on the Exposure glass
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B
When you place an original on the Exposure glass, the available area for
scanning is 215mm (8.5”) (vertical) and 297mm (11.7”) (horizontal) from the
reference point, regardless of the setting in [Scan Type]. Be sure to specify [Position] and [Scanning Area] to be within the available area for scanning.
When you place the originals in the ADF
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When you place the originals in the ADF, the available area for scanning is as
follows depending on the setting in [Scan Type] and [Original Settings].
• When [Scan Type] is set to “Black and White:Text”, “Black and
White:Text/Photo” or “Black and White:Photo” and [Original Settings] is set
to a 1-sided option:
215mm (8.5”) (vertical) and 2000mm (80”) (horizontal) from the reference
point
• When [Scan Type] is set to other than the above, and [Original Settings] is set
to a 1-sided option:
215mm (8.5”) (vertical) and 630mm (24.8”) (horizontal) from the reference
point
• When [Original Settings] is set to a 2-sided option:
215mm (8.5”) (vertical) and 297mm (11.7”) (horizontal) from the reference
point
Be sure to specify [Start Positn.] and [Scanning Area] to be within the available
area for scanning.
Note
❒ The inside line of the original table’s guide on the side of the control panel
exactly passes the vertical reference point for the ADF scanning, when the
guide is fully expanded.
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Scan Settings
❖ Image Density
This item lets you select the scan density in one of the seven steps. The larger
the value, the darker the scanned image becomes.
❖ Erase Colour
This setting is available only when “Black and White:Text”, “Black and
White:Text/Photo”, “Black and White:Photo”, or “Black and White:Gray
Scale” is selected in the [ Scan Type ] list. You can select an erase colour from
red, green, or blue, which colour is deleted (ignored) when scanning is performed. Select “Off” when you want to disable erase colour.
Note
❒ The erase colour function may not work as expected depending on the colours on the originals.
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❖ Noise Reduction
This function is disabled in this machine.
❖ Edge Smoothing
This function is disabled in this machine.
❖ Filter
This item lets you select whether to use a filter for scanning.
• Off
No filter for scanning.
• MTF
Images are scanned with sharpened borders.
• Fine Noise
Images are scanned with softened borders.
❖ Inversion
This item lets you select whether to scan an original with white and black portions inverted, when “Black and White:Text”, “Black and White:Text/Photo”,
“Black and White:Photo”, or “Black and White:Gray Scale” is selected in the
[Scan Type] list.
❖ File Type
This item lets you select the format for saving scanned images. The option
you select for this setup item affects the Send File operations, including sending a file as an e-mail attachment, sending a file to a Windows shared folder,
and sending a file to an FTP server.
Note
❒ When a send file operation is performed using the delivery server function, the file type is determined in accordance with the delivery server setting.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
• Single Page
Each page is saved as a single, separate file. When an original of two or
more pages is scanned, the same number of files as the number of original
pages is created.
Note
❒ When “Black and White:Gray Scale” or “Color:Full Color” is selected in
the [ Scan Type ] list, and “High Compression”, “Normal Compression”,
or “Low Compression” is selected in the [Compression (Gray Scale/Full
Color)] list under [System Settings], the scanned image is saved as a JPEG
file. Otherwise, it is saved as a TIFF file.
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• PDF
The scanned image is saved as a PDF file.
• Multi-page TIFF
An original of two or more pages is saved as one file.
When “Black and White:Gray Scale” or “Color:Full Color” is selected in
the [Scan Type ] list, and “High Compression”, “Normal Compression”, or
“Low Compression” is selected in the [Compression (Gray Scale/Full Color)]
list under [System Settings], the scanned image is saved as a PDF file. Otherwise, it is saved as a TIFF file.
Single Page
PDF
Multi-page
TIFF
“Image file format when B&W:Gray
JPEG
Scale or Color:Full Color and High Compression, Normal Compression or Low
Compression are made:”
PDF
PDF
Image file format when settings other
than the cell above are made:
PDF
TIFF
TIFF
❖ Original Settings
This item lets you select the orientation of the original, and whether to scan
one side or both sides of the original. See p.121 “Original Orientation” for details.
Note
❒ An original orientation is not available when an image file format is saved
in JPEG or TIFF.
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Scan Settings
Registering [Scan Settings]
C Press the {1}} key.
Follow the steps below to configure
and register Scan Settings using the
control panel of this machine.
Note
❒ You can also configure these settings using the Web Status Monitor.
Reference
See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on
the Screen” for information about
how to select items displayed on
the screen.
The Default Scan Settings menu is
displayed, and “1. Scan Type” appears as the setup item currently
selected.
This example shows that all the users have already been configured;
if a user has not been configured,
the item is displayed in gray tone.
3
D Press [Settings].
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
The setting screen for “1. Scan
Type” appears.
Note
❒ Press [Exit] to return to the parent menu screen.
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E Select a scan type.
The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {4}} key.
The Scan Settings menu is displayed.
On this menu, you can select a
memory area (“Default”, “User 1”,
“User 2”, or “User 3”) for registering the Scan Settings configuration.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
F While the option you want to se-
lect is displayed, press [OK].
This saves the setting you have selected, and returns to the Default
Scan Settings menu.
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Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the Default Scan Settings menu.
G Press [↓↓Next].
To specify the resolution manually
using [Custom Resolution]
A While [Custom Resolution] is displayed, press [Settings].
“2. Resolution” appears as the setup item currently selected.
Note
❒ Press [Exit] to return to the parent menu screen.
3
H Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “2. Resolution” appears.
I Select the resolution you want.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
To select a preset resolution
A While the preset resolution
you want to select is displayed,
press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
selected, and returns to the Default Scan Settings menu.
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Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns
to the Default Scan Settings
menu.
The setting screen for “Custom
Resolution” appears.
B Specify the resolution manually by using the number keys.
Note
❒ To correct the number, press
the {Clear/Stop}
} key to clear
the number you have entered.
C Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
entered, and returns to the Default Scan Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
values you have entered, and
returns to the Default Scan
Settings menu.
J Press [↓↓Next].
“3. Scan Size” appears as the setup
item currently selected.
K Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “3. Scan
Size” appears.
Scan Settings
L Select the Scan size.
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
To select a scan size from preset
sizes
B Use the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the item you want to
input, and then use the number
keys to input the value.
Note
❒ To correct the number you
have entered, use the {1} and
{0} keys to highlight it, and
then press the {Clear/Stop}
} key
to clear the number.
A While the preset scan size you
want to select is displayed,
press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
selected, and returns to the Default Scan Settings menu.
❒ You can also use the {#}
} key
as well as the {1} and {0}
keys to move selection.
C Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
entered, and returns to the Default Scan Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns
to the Default Scan Settings
menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
values you have entered, and
returns to the Default Scan
Settings menu.
To set a custom area
A While the option “Custom
Area Setting” is displayed,
press [Settings].
The setting screen for “Custom
Area Setting” appears.
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M Press [↓↓Next].
“4. Image Density” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
N Press [Settings].
The setting screen for “4. Image
Density” appears.
O Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the setting you want.
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P Press [OK].
V Press [Exit].
This saves the setting you have selected, and returns to the Default
Scan Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected setting, and returns to
the Default Scan Settings menu.
Q By pressing [↓↓Next] to display “5.
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Erase Colour” through “11. Original Settings” as the setup item, select options for each of them in
the same way that you have done
in steps D through G.
R After all the settings are the way
you want, press [Exit].
This exits the Scanner Features
menu, and returns to the standby
screen that is displayed when you
turn the power on.
Important
❒ Never turn off the power of this
machine before the standby
screen is displayed. Doing so
can discard all the settings you
have configured, and return this
machine to its factory default
status.
Note
❒ Instead of pressing [Exit], you
can press a number key to enter
another setting menu.
This registers the Scan Settings you
have configured to the “Default”
memory area, and returns to the
Scan Settings menu.
S While the Scan Settings menu is
displayed, press the {2}
}, {3}
} or
} key to display a correspond{4}
ing User Scan Settings menu.
For example, press the {2}
} key to
display the User 1 Scan Settings
menu.
T Repeat steps D through R for each
of “User 1”, “User 2”, and “User
3” memory areas.
U When you are finished, press [Ex84
it].
This returns to the Scanner Features menu.
Print Settings
Print Settings
You can configure and register up to four sets of settings for printing scan data.
Memory areas named “Default”, “User 1”, “User 2”, and “User 3” are available
for registering Print Settings. You can easily recall the settings you have registered to “User 1”, “User 2”, or “User 3”, which means you don't have to configure detailed settings each time you print scan data. Settings registered to
“Default” apply when you print scan data without selecting “User 1”, “User 2”,
or “User 3”, or without manually configuring Print Settings.
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Reference
The System Settings menus are available by pressing the {User Tools}
} key.
For configuration using the System Settings menus, see p.57 “Configuring
[System Settings]”.
Information to Register in [Print Settings]
❖ Image Density
Use this item to adjust density of the image for scanning. You can select one
of seven steps from 1 (lightest) to 7 (darkest).
❖ Original Size
Use this item to select the size of the originals to be scanned. You can select
from the following options.
A4S, A5R, A5S, B5JISS, 81/2x14S, 81/2x13S, 81/2x11S, 51/2x81/2R,
51/2x81/2S, Custom Size
• When you select [Custom Size], you can specify the dimensions of the scan
area (width and height).
❖ Duplex
Use this item to select a type of duplex prints.
• (1 Sided Orig. -> 1 Sided Print)
Scans a single-sided original and prints onto a single-sided page.
• (1 Sided Orig. -> 2 Sided Print)
Scans two single-sided originals and prints onto a two-sided page.
• (2 Sided Orig. -> 1 Sided Print)
Scans each side of a two-sided original and prints onto two separate pages.
• (2 Sided Orig. -> 2 Sided Print)
Scans a two-sided original and prints onto a two-sided page.
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❖ Reduce/Enlarge
This item lets you print scan data with the image reduced or enlarged using
a preset ratio, or even changing the reproduction ratio in 1% increments.
• 25%
• 50%:
• 61%: A4 → B6
• 71%:
• 80%:
• 82%: B5 → A5
• 87%: A4 → B5
• 100%:
• 115%: B5 →A4
• 122%: A5 → B5
• 141%: A5 → A4
• 200%:
• 400%
• Custom Ratio: By selecting this option, you can change the reproduction
ratio in 1% increments within the range of 25% to 400%.
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Note
❒ This setup item appears as “Zoom” on the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Create Margin
Use this item to reduce the image to 93% of the original size.
Note
❒ This setup item is included under [Reduce/Enlarge] on the Web Status Monitor.
❒ When [Create Margin] is set to “On”, the image is reduced to 93%, regardless
of the settings in [Reduce/Enlarge].
❖ Quality/Speed
Use this item to select scanning resolution.
• Quality
Scanning is performed in 600 dpi.
• Speed
Scanning is performed in 300 dpi.
Note
❒ This setup item does not affect printing resolution. The resolution for
printing is determined by the printer's maximum resolution.
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Print Settings
Registering [Print Settings]
C Press the {1}} key.
Follow the steps below to configure
and register Print Settings using the
control panel of this machine.
Note
❒ You can also configure these settings using the Web Status Monitor.
Reference
See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed
on the Screen” for information
about how to select items displayed on the screen.
The Default Print Settings menu is
displayed, and “1. Image Density”
appears as the setup item currently
selected.
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Note
❒ Pressing [Exit] returns to the
parent menu screen.
D Press [Settings].
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
The setting screen for “1. Image
Density” appears.
E Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the setting you want.
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The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {5}} key.
The Print Settings menu is displayed.
On this menu, you can select a
memory area (“Default”, “User 1”,
“User 2”, or “User 3”) for registering the Print Settings configuration.
F Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have selected, and returns to the Default
Print Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected setting, and returns to
the Default Print Settings menu.
G Press [↓↓Next].
“2. Original Size” appears as the
setup item currently selected.
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H Press [Settings].
To set a custom size
A While the option “Custom Size”
is displayed, press [Setting].
The setting screen for “2. Original
Size” appears.
I Select the original size.
3
• The option that is currently selected is displayed first.
• “*” mark appears along with the
option currently selected.
• Use [↑
↑] and [↓
↓] to display the
option you want to select.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the Default Print Settings menu.
To select an original size from
preset sizes
A While the preset original size
you want to select is displayed,
press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
selected, and returns to the Default Print Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Exit] discards the
selected option, and returns
to the Default Print Settings
menu.
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The setting screen for “Custom
Size” appears.
B Use the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the item you want to
input, and then use the number
keys to input the value.
Note
❒ To correct the number you
have entered, use the {1} and
{0} keys to highlight it, and
then press the {Clear/Stop}
} key
to clear the number.
❒ You can also use the {#}
} key
as well as the {1} and {0}
keys to move selection.
C Press [OK].
This saves the setting you have
entered, and returns to the Default Print Settings menu.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
values you have entered, and
returns to the Default Print
Settings menu.
J Press [↓↓Next], and then select an
option for “3. Duplex” in the
same way that you have done in
the steps H through I.
Print Settings
K Press [↓↓Next], and then select an
option for “4. Reduce/Enlarge” in
the same way that you have done
in the steps H through I.
Note
❒ When you select the “Custom
Ratio” option, use the number
keys or [-] / [+] to enter the value.
L By pressing [↓↓Next] to display “5.
Create Margin” and “6. Quality/Speed” as the setup item, select
options for each of them in the
same way that you have done in
steps H through I.
M After all the settings are the way
you want, press [Exit].
P When you are finished, press [Exit].
This returns to the Scanner Features menu.
Q Press [Exit].
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This exits the Scanner Features
menu, and returns to the standby
screen that is displayed when you
turn the power on.
Important
❒ Never turn off the power of this
machine before the standby
screen is displayed. Doing so
can discard all the settings you
have configured, and return this
machine to its factory default
status.
This registers the print settings
you have configured to the “Default” memory area, and returns to
the Print Settings menu.
N While the Print Settings menu is
displayed, press {2}
}, {3}
} or {4}
}
key to display a corresponding
User Print Settings menu.
For example, press the {2}
} key to
display the User 1 Print Settings
menu.
O Repeat steps H through M for each
of “User 1”, “User 2”, and “User
3” memory areas.
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Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser
This section describes the procedure to make various settings using a web
browser on a client computer.
Important
❒ Before making any settings, connect this machine to the network and specify
its IP address. p.57 “Configuring [System Settings]”
❒ To confirm the IP address of this machine that you have specified, press the
{User Tools}
} key, press the {1}
} key to select [1.System Settings], select [2.IP Address], and then press [OK]. When you are finished, press [Cancel], and then
press the {User Tools}
} key to return to a standby screen.
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Accessing the Scanner
System requirements of a client computer
❖ OS
• Microsoft Windows 95/98/98 SE/Me/2000 XP
• Microsoft Windows Server 2003
• Microsoft Windows NT4.0
❖ Web browser
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, 5.0, 5.5, 6.0
When you use a proxy server, set the web browser not to use the proxy server
when accessing this machine.
When using Internet Explorer, you can make this setting by selecting [Internet
Options] on the [Tools] menu, click [LAN Settings] on the [Connections] tab, and
then select the [Bypass proxy server for local addresses] check box in the [Proxy
Server] area. The setting can also be configured by entering the IP address of
this machine to [Exceptions] box on the dialog box that appears when you click
[Advanced] in the [Proxy Server] area.
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Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser
To access this machine from a Web browser
A Start up a web browser on a client computer.
B Input “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/” (“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” is the IP address for this
machine) in the web browser’s address bar, and then press the {Enter}
} key.
The top page of the “Web Status Monitor” is displayed on the web browser,
which means that you succeed in accessing to this machine.
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Note
❒ The Web Status Monitor is embedded in this machine, so it is not necessary
to install it to a client computer. You can use the Web Status Monitor to
make settings or administering the status of this machine.
General guide to the Web Status Monitor
There are five main menus on the Web Status Monitor; namely, [Status], [Admin
Info.], [Config Reference], [Configuration] and [Enter Custom Send File].
In [Configuration] particularly, there are sub-menus that you can configure this
machine to optimally utilise according to your needs.
For details about configuring the respective menus, refer to the [Help] menu.
The figure below shows a screen of the Web Status Monitor when the following
menus are selected: [Configuration] main menu → [Basic Settings] sub-menu →
[Scanner] sub-menu.
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1. Header Area
4. Scroll bar for the Sub-Menu Area
Contains links to the top page and the online help of the Web Status Monitor.
Use this scroll bar to scroll through the
sub-menu area, when the lower or upper
part of its content is out of sight.
2. Main Menu Area
Contains main menu items such as [Status], [Config Reference] and [Configuration].
Clicking a main menu item refreshes the
sub-menu area, displaying sub-menu
items that are included under the main
menu item.
5. Work Area
3. Sub-Menu Area
Use these scroll bars to scroll through the
work area, when the lower/upper or
rightmost/leftmost part of its content is
out of sight.
Displays sub-menu items in accordance
with the main menu item currently selected. Clicking a sub-menu item displays the contents of the item in the work
area.
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Displays contents such as setup items,
options, and status information, in accordance with the sub-menu item currently selected.
6. Scroll bars for the Work Area
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Important
❒ It may not be possible to return to the previous page using the browser’s
[Back] button. In such a case, click the [Update] button on the browser. If a
main menu or a sub-menu is clicked again, the information you have entered
will be cleared.
❒ Depending on the font size setting, the contents may not be displayed properly. It is recommended to set the font size to “medium” or smaller.
❒ When you shift to another screen during configuration, the configured data
will be discarded at the time.
Example Procedures Using
[Configuration] Main Menu
This section gives you a few example
procedures, to make settings of this machine using the Web Status Monitor.
Configuring [Scan Settings]
A Click
[Configuration] on the main
menu.
The password input dialog box
appears.
Note
❒ Once you set the password, the
password input dialog box will
not appear from the second
time. When the dialog doesn’t
appear, proceed to D.
B Enter “scanner” for the user name,
and enter the password.
Note
❒ The user name is fixed to “scanner”.
❒ The password is set to “password” as the factory default.
You can change the password
using [Configuration] → [Basic
Settings] → [Password].
C Click [OK].
D Click [Basic Settings], and then [Scan
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Settings] in the sub-menu area.
E Click [Default] in the [Select User]
area.
F Make settings to each of the setup
items on the screen.
Note
❒ Register the scanning conditions that are most frequently
used in [Default]. If scanning
conditions are not specified for
a Send Scan operation, the conditions set to [Default] applies.
G Click [OK].
Note
❒ Be sure to click [OK] to save the
settings you have made on the
currently displayed screen.
Once you move to another page
without clicking [OK], all the
settings that you have made on
the previous page will be
cleared.
❒ The changes are be discarded if
you click [Cancel].
H By selecting [User 1], [User 2], or
[User 3] in the [Select User] area, repeat steps F and G for each of
them, as necessary.
The setup screen appears.
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Configuring [E-mail Address]
A Click
[Configuration] on the main
menu.
The password input dialog box appears.
Note
❒ Once you set the password, the
password input dialog box will
not appear from the second
time. When the dialog doesn’t
appear, proceed to D
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B Enter “scanner” for the user name,
Note
❒ Be sure to click [OK] to save
the settings you have made
on the currently displayed
screen. Once you move to another page without clicking
[OK], all the settings that you
have made on the previous
page will be cleared.
❒ Input information is cleared
when you click [Cancel].
and enter password.
To change an existing e-mail
address
Note
❒ The user name is fixed to “scanner”.
A Display the item that you want
to change within the list on the
screen.
❒ The password is set to “password” as the factory default.
You can change the password
using [Configuration] → [Basic
Settings] → [Password].
Note
❒ You can select the number of
items to be displayed at a
time by selecting a number in
the [Display Items] box.
C Click [OK].
Settings screen appears.
D Click [E-mail Settings], and then [Email Address] in the sub-menu area.
E Follow the steps below to register
an e-mail address, change or delete an existing e-mail address, export address data to a CSV file, or
import address data from a CSV
file.
To register an e-mail address
A Click [Add].
B Make entry to or select an option for each of the setup items
on the screen.
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C Click [OK].
❒ Click [Next] or [Prev] to display the next or previous
page. Click [Top] or [End] to
display the first or last page.
❒ If you want to display a specific page, enter the page
number in the [Page(s)] box,
and then press [Go].
B Select the item that you want to
change, by clicking the option
button to the left of the item.
C Click [Change].
D Make necessary changes.
E Click [OK].
Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser
Note
❒ Be sure to click [OK] to save
the settings you have made
on the currently displayed
screen. Once you move to another page without clicking
[OK], all the settings that you
have made on the previous
page will be cleared.
❒ The changes are discarded if
[Cancel] is clicked.
To delete an existing e-mail
address
A Display the item that you want
to delete within the list on the
screen.
Note
❒ You can select the number of
items to be displayed at a
time by selecting a number in
the [Display Items] box.
❒ Click [Next] or [Prev] to display the next or previous
page. Click [Top] or [End] to
display the first or last page.
❒ If you want to display a specific page, enter the page
number in the [Page(s)] box,
and then press [Go].
B Select the item that you want to
delete, by clicking the option
button to the left of the item.
C Click [Delete].
D On the confirmation dialog box
that appears, click [OK] to delete
the item.
To export the address data to a
CSV file
A Click [Export].
The [Export Data] page appears.
B Click the [Download] button to
the right of [Entered Program Information].
C On the dialog box that appear,
select [Save this file to disk], and
then click [OK].
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Note
❒ The above dialog box varies
depending on the version of
the operating system (Windows). When a save dialog
box appears here, click [Save]
here.
The [Save As] dialog box appears.
D Specify a file name and the location to save the file, and then
click [Save].
Note
❒ The default name that is automatically assigned to the file is
“<device name_addr.csv”. For
“<device name”, the name
that is specified for the machine’s device name is used.
(You can specify the device
name using [Configuration] →
[Basic Settings] → [General Settings] → [Device Name].)
This returns to the [Export Data]
page.
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Note
❒ When the [Close this dialog
when download completes]
check box is not selected on
the dialog box that appears
when you click [Save], the dialog box remains displayed
after download is finished. In
this case, press [Close] to
close the dialog box and return to the [Export Data] page.
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E If you want to export title information (device tag information), click the [Download]
button to the right of [Device
Tag Information].
F Repeat steps C and D to save
the device tag information.
Note
❒ The default name that is automatically assigned to the file is
“<device name>_taginfo.csv”.
For “<device name>”, the
name that is specified for the
machine’s device name is
used. (You can specify the device name using [Configuration]
→ [Basic Settings] → [General
Settings] → [Device Name].)
To import the address data from a
CSV file
Limitation
❒ If you perform the following
procedures, the current address
data is overwritten with the address data that you import. Before importing the address data,
be sure to export the current address data for a backup.
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Note
❒ It is good idea to start with the
CSV file that is exported using
the Web Status Monitor. You
can use the file exported using
[Entered Program Information] for
adding, changing or deleting
the address data. It becomes
much easier to update the address book information by importing the edited file. See the
Web Status Monitor Help for
more information.
Reference
For information about the file
format of the CSV file, see p.204
“E-mail Address Book Data
Format and Device Tag Information”
A Prepare a CSV file that you
want to use for importing the
address data, and save it on a
local disk or in a shared folder
on your network.
B Click [Import].
The [Import Data] page appears.
C Click [Browse], select the CSV
file that you have prepared,
and then click [Open].
D On the [Import Data] page, click
[OK].
A confirmation dialog box for a
batch registration of the address
book appears.
E Click [OK].
When the import operation is
finished, the message “ Programmed Address Book as a
batch. Click [Back] to
continue.” appears.
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F Click [Back] on the web browser.
Note
❒ To return to the E-mail Address screen, click [Back]
again, or click [E-mail Address]
in the sub-menu area.
F If “Off” is selected for [Auto Update
Destination List] in [2.Send Scan Settings] on this machine, restart this
machine to reflect additions and
changes made to the destination
list.
Note
❒ If “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List], the destination list is automatically
updated when you press [OK] in
step E above. You can instantly
use the updated destination list
by pressing [Dest.] or [Sender] on
the control panel of this machine. See p.66 “Auto Update
Destination List” for details.
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Information to Register from Web Status Monitor
You can register [Send Function Permission], [User Authentication Management], [Time
Server], [Send File Path], [FTP Server], [Search Destinations] and [E-mail Address] as
destinations for sending scan data. This section describes the setup items included in these sub-menus.
This section also explains the setup items that are included in [Printer], which determine a printer for Print Scan output.
See the Web Status Monitor Help for information about setup items that are not
described here.
Information to configure [Send Function Permission]
Note
❒ Be sure that this menu is effective only when you have selected [Send File] and
[TWAIN].
* After password authentication, you can configure [Send Function Permission]
menu: [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] → [Scanner]
You can specify a type of Send Functions to be available by selecting among:
❖ All Send Functions
you can send the scanned data in all transfer protocols
❖ E-mail Only
you can send the scanned data in an e-mail setting
❖ SMB Only (File Name Changeable)
you can send in the SMB protocol with the file name changeable setting
❖ SMB Only (File Name Unchangeable)
you can send in SMB protocol with the file name fixed setting
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❖ FTP Only (File Name Changeable)
you can send in FTP protocol with the file name changeable
❖ FTP Only (File Name Unchangeable)
you can send in FTP protocol with the file name fixed setting
Note
❒ You can view all the information displayed, regardless of the screen size, but
the character line may be returned. A scroll bar may be equipped.
❒ When you shift to another screen during configuration, the configured data
will be discarded at the time.
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Information to Register in [User Authentication Management]
For security reasons, you can configure and register the authentication information. Or you can select “do not authenticate”.
Note
❒ After password authentication, you can configure [User Authentication Management] menu by:
[Configuration]→[Basic Settings]→[User Authentication Management]
❖ Authentication at Sending File
You can select either [Off] (default) or [On] by radio button click.
❖ Authentication at Printing
You can select either [Off] (default) or [On] by radio button click.
❖ Authentication Method
After you select [On] to authenticate at either Send File or Print, or both, you
can select a type either [Windows Authentication] or [LDAP Authentication] by radio button click.
❖ Domain Name
Only when you have selected [Windows Authentication] type, you can configure
this by entering 1 to 50 alphanumeric including “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot);
you cannot enter “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot) in the first character.
❖ Main Host Name
Only when you have selected [Windows Authentication] type, you can configure
this by entering 1 to 50 alphanumeric including “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot);
you cannot enter “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot) in the first character.
❖ Sub Host Name
Only when you have selected [Windows Authentication] type, you can configure
this by entering 1 to 50 alphanumeric including “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot);
you cannot enter “-” (hyphen) and “.” (dot) in the first character.
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❖ LDAP Server IP Address
Enter this item when you have selected [LDAP Authentication]. You can configure
this by entering the numeric characters from 0 to 9 in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,
respective sections of this address can be configured from 000 to 255.
❖ Search Base
This item is to configure the search base at time of [LDAP Authentication]. You
can enter the LDAP Directory for the LDAP authentication.
Note
❒ Be sure to reboot the system after this configuration.
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Information to Register in [Time Server]
It can assign a poling interval of the time server, by using: [Configuration]→[Basic
Settings]→[Time Server]
Note
❒ Be sure to reboot the system after this configuration.
❖ Time Server IP Address
This assigns the IP address of the time server using numeric from 0 to 9. If you
do not use the time server, specify “000.000.000.000”. “225.225.225.225” is
prohibited to use.
❖ Polling Interval
Configure the poling interval by selecting either [When Scanner On] or [Constant Intervals] with the radio button if you have selected [Constant Intervals] enter numeral within a range of 15 to 10080.
Note
❒ You can view all the information displayed, regardless of the screen size, but
the character line may be returned. A scroll bar may be equipped.
❒ When you shift to another screen during configuration, the configured data
will be discarded at the time.
Information to register in [Send File Path]
You can register a path for sending scanned data to a shared folder using SMB.
Up to 1000 destination folders can be registered.
Reference
See the Web Status Monitor Help for information about how to register a
Send File Path.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
❖ Program No.
Enter a number for the destination folder between 00001 and 50000. You cannot enter a number already used.
Note
❒ The first unused program number is displayed as the default.
❖ File Send Path Name
Enter a name for identifying the destination folder, using up to 80 characters.
❖ Key Display
Enter the name to appear on the control panel of this machine, using up to 16
characters. The first 16 characters of the send file path name are automatically
used if you skip registering a key display name.
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❖ Assign Title
You can assign a send file path record under the following three types of titles
for recalling the key display name quickly on the control panel of this machine.
• Alphabet
[ABC], [DEF], [GHI], [JKL], [MNO], [PQRS], [TUV], [WXYZ]
• Custom Title
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5]
• Frequently Used Title(s)
Select “On” if you want the send file path record to be included in the
[Freq.] page, which is displayed as the first title for both the alphabetical
and custom title lists. Select “Off” if you do not want the item in the [ Freq.]
page.
Important
❒ Before assigning a custom title, it is necessary to register custom titles using the Web Status Monitor, and restart this machine. You cannot configure [Send File Path] and [Custom Title] settings at the same time.
Note
❒ Under each of the records, the assigned items are listed by the order of registration.
❖ Send File
• Send File Path
Enter the path to the destination in the format of “\\host name\folder
name” or “\\IP address\folder name”.
Note
❒ Be sure to specify folders that are on the root directory of a host computer. You cannot specify any sub-directories for “folder name” in the
above syntax.
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• Login User Name
Enter a user name with shared folder access, in the format of “work group
name\user name” or “domain name\user name”.
Note
❒ When the shared folder you register is on a file server, enter a user name
available for logging in to the file server.
❒ When the shared folder you register is configured an access right by
Windows 2000/XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows NT4.0, enter the
user name that is specified as the administrator of the operating system.
❒ When the shared folder you register is on a client computer, enter a user
name available for logging in to the network.
• Login Password and Confirm Login Password
Enter the password for the user name displayed in the [Login User Name]
box. Each password character appears as “*”.
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Note
❒ When accessing a shared folder that is password protected under Windows 95/98/98 SE/Me, enter the password.
• [Test]
Click this button to confirm the availability of the entries to the [Send File
Path], [Login User Name], and [Login Password] boxes.
• Sender's Password
Select whether to set a password for the destination folder.
When [On] is selected, a password is required when this folder is specified
as the destination.
• Protected Password and Confirm Protected Password
Enter the password when [On] is selected for [Sender's Password], using four
to eight digits.
Each password digit appears as “*”.
❖ Change Order
This item is displayed only when you perform [Change] in “Send File
Path”operation. Normally, the Send File Paths you registered using [Add] in
“Send File Path” are displayed by the order of registration. If you want to
change the order of registered Send File Paths, select“On” for [Change Order],
and then enter the number of the new order (that applies when you select
“All” in a title list screen of the machine) into [Change Order] box.
Note
❒ If you enter “5” into [Move to] box and perform [Change Order] operation for
the Send File Path that is currently displayed in the 15th place when you
select “All” in a title list screen of the machine, the Send File Path moves to
the 5th place. At this time, the Send File Paths that are formerly displayed
in the 5th through 14th places move to the 6th through 15th places, respectively.
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Information to register in [FTP Server]
You can register an FTP server address for sending scanned data to a shared
folder on the FTP server. Up to 1000 FTP server addresses can be registered.
Reference
See the Web Status Monitor Help for information about how to register an
FTP Server address.
❖ Program No.
Enter a number for the FTP server address between 00001 and 50000. You cannot enter a number already used.
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Note
❒ The first unused program number is displayed as the default.
❖ FTP Server Name
Enter a name for identifying the FTP server address, using up to 80 characters.
❖ Key Display
Enter the name to appear on the control panel, using up to 16 characters. The
first 16 characters of the FTP server name are automatically used if you skip
registering a key display name.
❖ Assign Title
You can assign an FTP server record under the following three types of titles
for recalling the key display name quickly on the control panel of this machine.
• Alphabet
[ABC], [DEF], [GHI], [JKL], [MNO], [PQRS], [TUV], [WXYZ]
• Custom Title
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5]
• Frequently Used Title(s)
Select “On” if you want the FTP server record to be included in the [Freq.]
page, which is displayed as the first title for both the alphabetical and custom title lists. Select “Off” if you do not want the item in the [Freq.] page.
Important
❒ Before assigning a custom title, it is necessary to register custom titles using the Web Status Monitor, and restart this machine. You cannot configure [FTP Server] and [Custom Title] settings at the same time.
Note
❒ Under each of the records, the assigned items are listed by the order of registration.
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❖ FTP Server
• Server Name/Path Name
Enter the path to the FTP server shared folder, in the format of “server
name\folder name” or “IP address\folder name”.
Note
❒ Be sure to specify folders that are on the root directory of an FTP server.
You cannot specify any sub-directories for “folder name” in the above
syntax.
Note
❒ When you connect to an FTP server using a specific port, enter the port
number in decimal followed by “:” after server name (or IP address). If
you do not specify a port number, the default port number (21) is automatically applies.
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• Login User Name
Enter a user name with shared folder access.
Note
❒ A login user name is registered using up to 20 characters on the Web
Status Monitor. Specify login user names within 20 characters on the
FTP server, to which you want to send scanned files from this machine.
• Login Password and Confirm Login Password
Enter the password for the user name displayed in the [Login User Name] box.
Note
❒ A login password is registered using up to 14 characters on the Web Status Monitor. Specify login password within 14 characters on the FTP
server, to which you want to send scanned files from this machine.
• [Test]
Click this button to confirm the availability of the entries to the [Server
Name/Path Name], [Login User Name], and [Login Password] boxes.
• PASV Mode Configuration
Select whether to use the PASV mode to send a file.
The default is [Off]. If you can log on to the specified FTP server but cannot
send a file, select [On].
Note
❒ This machine does not support connection to an FTP server via a proxy
server.
• Sender's Password
Select whether to set a password for the FTP server address.
When [On] is selected, a password is required when this FTP server address is specified as the destination.
• Protected Password and Confirm Protected Password
Enter the password when [On] is selected for [Sender's Password], using four
to eight digits.
Each password digit appears as “*”.
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Information to register in [E-mail Address]
You can register destination addresses to which you use for sending scanned
data as an e-mail attachment. Up to 2000 e-mail addresses can be registered.
❖ Program No.
Enter a number for the e-mail address between 00001 and 50000. You cannot
enter a number already used.
Note
❒ The first unused number is displayed as the default.
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❖ Name(s)
The name specified here is used for recognizing each of the registered destinations (or senders) on the Web Status Monitor. Register a name within 20
characters.
❖ Key Display
The key display is used for selecting a destination (or sender) on the control
panel of this machine. Register a key display name within 16 characters. The
first 16 characters of the name that you have registered to [Name(s)] are automatically used if you skip registering a key display name.
❖ Assign Title
You can assign an item under the following three types of titles for recalling
the destination’s (or sender’s) key display name quickly on the control panel
of this machine.
• Alphabet
[ABC], [DEF], [GHI], [JKL], [MNO], [PQRS], [TUV], [WXYZ]
• Custom Title
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5]
• Frequently Used Title(s)
Select “On” if you want the item to be included in the [Freq.] page, which
is displayed as the first title for both the alphabetical and custom title lists.
Select “Off” if you do not want the item in the [Freq.] page.
Important
❒ Before assigning a custom title, it is necessary to register custom titles using the Web Status Monitor, and restart this machine. You cannot configure [E-mail Address] and [Custom Title] settings at the same time.
Note
❒ Under each of the titles, the assigned items are listed by the order of registration.
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❖ E-mail
• E-mail Address
Enter the e-mail address used as the destination.
• Register as Sender
Select whether to use the e-mail address not only as the destination but as
the sender also.
• Sender's Password
Select whether to set a password for the e-mail address.
When [On] is selected, a password is required when this e-mail address is
specified as the destination.
• Protected Password and Confirm Protected Password
Enter the password when [On] is selected for [Sender's Password], using four
to eight digits.
Each password digit appears as “*”.
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Information to Register in [Search Destinations]
For easier and faster e-mail transmission, you can configure and register the Email address search information.
Note
❒ After password authentication, you can configure [Search Destinations] menu
by: [Configuration]→[E-mail Settings]→[Search Destinations]
❖ LDAP Server IP Address
It configures the IP address of the LDAP search server. You can configure in
numeric characters from 0 to 9. If you do not use the LDAP search server, configure at “000.000.000.000”. You can not configure at “225.225.225.225”, which
is unconfigurable.
❖ LDAP Server Port Number
It configures the port number to use when accessing the LDAP search server.
You can configure by entering the numeric from 1 to 65535; if an appropriate
number should be entered, the default value of 389 will be configured.
❖ Search Base (search start position)
It configures the search start position when searching the LDAP search server. You can enter the alphanumeric characters recognized by X.500 from 0 to
256 bytes.
❖ Max. Number of Search Results
It configures the maximum number of search to be done from the LDAP
search server. You can configure it within a range of 10 to 2000 in numeric
characters.
❖ Connection Wait Time
You can configure the time out duration by selecting [yes] with a radio button
click. Time out duration can be configured from 1 to 5 minutes.
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❖ Search Object
It configures the search target at time of LDAP search. You can select one by
pulldown among “E-mail Address”, “Name” or “Company Name”.
❖ Advanced Search Conditions
It configures the search conditions at time of LDAP search. You can select one
by pulldown among; “Include One of Words”, “Search Beginning Word”,
“Search End Word”, “Exact Match”, “Exclude Words”, and “Fuzzy Search”.
❖ Search Object in Search Address Book
It configures the search target at time of address book search. You can select
one by pulldown among: “E-mail Address”, “Company Name” or “Name”.
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Information to register in [Printer]
You can register up to 99 printers including local printers.
Note
❒ You cannot select a paper tray to supply paper when performing a Print Scan
operation. To select a certain paper tray for Print Scan, it is necessary to register each of paper trays of a printer as an independent printer, by using [Configuration] → [Print Scan Settings] → [Printer] → [Add] on the Web Status
Monitor.
Reference
See the Web Status Monitor Help for information about how to register a
printer.
❖ Program No.
Assign a program number to each of printer registrations within the range of
01 through 99. The smallest unused program number is automatically assigned when you register a new printer. You can also change the program
number manually.
❖ Printer Name
[Printer Name] is used for recognizing each of the registered printers on the
Web Status Monitor when monitoring printout jobs. Enter a printer name
within 80 characters.
❖ Key Display
Enter the name to appear on the control panel, using up to 16 characters. The
first 16 characters of the printer name are automatically used if you skip registering a key display name.
Important
❒ If you enter nothing into the [Key Display] box (by clearing the characters
that are automatically entered) and then press [OK], the message “This parameter does not have any changes. Click [Back] to continue.” appears.
Never leave the [Key Display] box empty.
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❖ Assign Title
You can assign a printer under the following three types of titles for recalling
the printer's key display name quickly on the control panel of this machine.
• Alphabet
[ABC], [DEF], [GHI], [JKL], [MNO], [PQRS], [TUV], [WXYZ]
• Custom Title
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5]
• Frequently Used Title(s)
Select “On” if you want the printer to be included in the [Freq.] page, which
is displayed as the first title for both the alphabetical and custom title lists.
Select “Off” if you do not want the printer in the [Freq.] page.
Important
❒ Before assigning a custom title, it is necessary to register custom titles using the Web Status Monitor, and restart this machine. You cannot configure [Printer] and [Custom Title] settings at the same time.
Note
❒ Under each of the titles, the assigned printers are listed by the order of registration.
❖ Attachment Type
Specify the type of connection method between the printer and this machine.
• Local Printer
Select this option when the printer is a local printer connected to this machine using a USB cable.
Note
❒ You cannot use more than one printer as a local printer at the same time.
When you connect two or more printers to the machine using USB cables, the printer that is detected by this machine first is only available.
• Network Printer
Select this option when the printer is a network printer.
❖ Printer IP Address
When “Network Printer” is selected for [Attachment Type], enter the IP address
of the printer in the form of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx:0 through 255).
Note
❒ You cannot configure this setting using a host name.
❒ Be sure to assign a fixed IP address even if you use the printer on a DHCP
environment.
❖ [Obtain Printer Information]
Click to obtain paper tray information for the printer.
For a network printer, be sure to enter the correct IP address, and then click
[Obtain Printer Information].
An error message appears if the IP address entered is incorrect. Enter the correct IP address.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
❖ Default Printer
Click [Yes] to set the printer as the default printer.
Only one printer can be set as the default printer at a time.
Note
❒ When only one printer is registered, that printer is set as the default automatically.
❒ If [Yes] is selected for this printer, the current default printer will no longer
be the default.
❒ If the setting for the current default printer is changed to [No], the error
message appears. Set another printer as the default.
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❖ Locked Print
Select [On] to print scanned images only after a password is entered on the
control panel. This prevents other people from seeing the prints.
❖ Paper Source Tray
Select a paper tray.
Click [Obtain Printer Information] to update the list of available paper trays.
For a network printer, be sure to enter the IP address in the box of [Attachment
Type] first, and then click [Obtain Printer Information].
❖ Change Order
This item is displayed only when you perform [Change] in “Printer” operation. Normally, the printers you registered using [Add] in “Printer” are displayed by the order of registration. If you want to change the order of the
registered printers, select “On” for [Change Order], and then enter the number
of the new order (that applies when you select “All” in a title list screen of the
machine) into [Move to] box.
Note
❒ If you enter “5” into [Move to] box and perform [Change Order] operation for
the printer that is currently displayed in the 15th place when you select
“All” in a title list screen of the machine, the printer moves to the 5th place.
At this time, the printers that are formerly displayed in the 5th through
14th places move to the 6th through 15th places, respectively.
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Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser
Recalling the Settings
You can recall the current settings of
this machine for confirmation, by using the Web Status Monitor.
To recall the settings
Note
❒ You cannot specify the items to be
backed up or restored separately.
❒ When you use a backup file to
copy the settings to another unit, it
is necessary to change the settings
that must be unique for each of the
units, such as an IP address setting.
A Click
To create a backup file
B Click the item that you want to re-
A Click [Configuration]
[Config Reference] on the
main menu.
call in the sub-menu area.
Creating a Backup File of All
the Settings
It is possible to store the settings such
as scanning conditions as a file in a
shared folder on the network. This
file can be used to restore the settings
in case they are lost. In addition, if
you use two or more units of this
scanner, it is possible to configure
necessary settings on only one unit
and copy the settings to other units.
Setup items to be backed-up and
restored
You can create a backup file that contains all the settings included under
the [Configuration] main menu (except
[Backup] in the [Basic Settings] submenu), and the settings can be restored using the backup file.
Even the settings that are configured
by using the control panel of this machine are backed up, as long as the
settings are included under the [Configuration] main menu of the Web Status Monitor. Note, however, that
there are setup items that can only be
configured by using the control panel
of this machine. These setup items are
not included in the backup file.
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on the main
menu.
The password input dialog box appears.
Note
❒ Once you set the password, the
password input dialog box will
not appear from the second
time. When the dialog doesn’t
appear, proceed to D.
B Enter “scanner” for the user name
and enter the password.
Note
❒ The user name is fixed to “scanner”.
❒ The password is set to “password” as the factory default.
You can change the password
using [Configuration] → [Basic
Settings] → [Password].
C Click [OK].
The setup screen appears.
D Click
[Basic Settings], and then
[Backup] in the sub-menu area.
E Enter
each of the items on the
screen.
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❖ Send File Path
Enter the shared folder path for
storing the backup file. Enter
the path in the format of
“\\host name\folder name” or
“\\IP address\folder name”.
F When everything is the way you
Note
❒ The specified IP address is effective only for the computer
running Windows 2000/XP
or Windows NT as operating
system. An IP address cannot
be specified for a host running Windows 98/Me as operating system.
After a backup file is created, the
message “Backup has succeeded.” appears.
❖ Login User Name
Enter a user name with shared
folder access, in the format of
“work group name\user name”
or “domain name\user name”.
❖ Login Password
Enter the password for the user
name displayed in the [Login
User Name] box. Each password
character appears as “*”.
Note
❒ Click [Cancel] to restore the
former settings on the screen.
G Confirm
that the backup file is
created in the folder you have
specified.
To restore settings from a backup file
A Click [Configuration]
on the main
menu.
The password input dialog box appears.
Note
❒ Once you set the password, the
password input dialog box will
not appear from the second
time. When the dialog doesn’t
appear, proceed to D.
Note
❒ If you are running Windows
98/Me and a shared folder
password is required, enter it.
B You can change the password us-
❖ [Test]
Click to check whether connection to the specified shared folder is enabled wh en data is
entered in the [Send File Path],
[Login User Name], and [Login
Password] boxes.
Note
❒ The user name is fixed to “scanner”.
❒ The password is set to “password” as the factory default.
You can change the password
using [Configuration] → [Basic
Settings] → [Password].
❖ Backup File Name
Enter a file name for the backup
file. Enter a name using up to 20
characters.
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want, click [Backup].
ing [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] → [Password].
C Click [OK].
The setup screen appears.
D Click
[Basic Settings], and then
[Backup] in the sub-menu area.
Configuring Settings Using a Web Browser
E Enter
each of the items on the
screen.
❖ Send File Path
Enter the path to the shared
folder where the backup file is
stored. Enter the path in the format of “\\host name\folder
name” or “\\IP address\folder
name”.
Note
❒ The specified IP address is effective only for the computer
running Windows 2000/XP
or Windows NT as operating
system. An IP address cannot
be specified for a host running Windows 98/Me as operating system.
❖ Login User Name
Enter a user name with shared
folder access, in the format of
“work group name\user name”
or “domain name\user name”.
❖ Backup File Name
Enter the backup file name from
which you want to restore the
settings. Enter a name using up
to 20 characters.
F When everything is the way you
want, click [Restore].
Note
❒ Click [Cancel] to restore the
former settings on the screen.
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After a restore operation is complete, the message “Restore has
succeeded.” appears.
G Turn
off the power of this machine, and then back on.
This applies the settings that are
restored from the backup file to
this machine.
❖ Login Password
Enter the password for the user
name displayed in the [Login
User Name] box.
Each password character appears as “*”.
Note
❒ If you are running Windows
98/Me and a shared folder
password is required, enter
it.
❖ [Test]
Click to check whether connection to the specified shared folder is enabled wh en data is
entered in the [Send File Path],
[Login User Name], and [Login
Password] boxes.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Installing Software
To use this machine as a TWAIN scanner, it is necessary that the TWAIN driver
is installed on the computer from which you use this machine.
To use the machine as a network delivery scanner, it is essential to install optional ScanRouter V2/Professional on the delivery server. To check an in-tray or retrieve file, it is necessary to install DeskTopBinder Lite on the client computer.
List of Files
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CDROM
Drive
Wizard for the TWAIN driver and utilities
DRIVERS
TWAIN
TWAIN driver for Windows 95/98/Me, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2003 Server
UTILITY
DeskV2
DeskTopBinder Lite
NETWORK
DEVMON SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin, SmartDeviceMonitor for Client
Note
❒ Windows 95 and Windows NT Server 4.0 are not compatible with the USB
TWAIN driver.
Auto Run Program
When the CD-ROM is inserted into a client computer in Windows 95/98/Me,
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2003 Server the installer starts automatically(Auto Run) to install the TWAIN driver and various
software.
Note
❒ Auto Run might not automatically work with certain operating system settings. In this case, launch “Setup.exe” located in the CD-ROM root directory.
❒ If you want to install the software without using Auto Run, hold down the
{Shift}
} key while inserting the CD-ROM. Keep the {Shift}
} key held down until
the client computer has finished accessing the CD-ROM.
❒ If [Cancel] is pressed during installation, the installation will be stopped and
all the remaining software will not be installed. If [Cancel] has been pressed,
reinstall the remaining software after restarting the client computer.
Limitation
❒ For installation in Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2003 Server log in as a member of the administrators group.
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Installing Software
Software for Using a TWAIN Scanner
To use the machine as a TWAIN scanner, it is essential to install the TWAIN
driver.
If you do not have applications that work with TWAIN, it is necessary to also
install DeskTopBinder Lite. For information about the installation of DeskTopBinder Lite, see p.115 “DeskTopBinder Lite”.
System requirements
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Limitation
❒ Under Windows NT with RISC-based processors (MIPS R series, Alpha AXP,
or PowerPC), this driver is not available.
• Hardware
PC/AT compatible
• CPU
Pentium or faster (Pentium 150 MHz or faster recommended)
• Operating system
Microsoft Windows 95 (OSR 2 or later) *1
Microsoft Windows 98
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me)
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (SP4 or later)
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (SP4 or later)
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (Service Pack 5 or later) *1
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 (Service Pack 5 or later) *1
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
*1
Windows 95 and Windows NT Server 4.0 are not compatible with the USB scanner.
• Memory
Operating system min. operation memory + 8 MB (64 MB or more recommended)
• Hard disk space
100 MB or more
• Display resolution
800 × 600 pixels, 256 colours or higher
• Network protocol
TCP/IP
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
Installing TWAIN Driver
Important
❒ Be sure to install the USB TWAIN
driver on your computer first, then
turn on your scanner.
Install the TWAIN driver using Auto
Run.
A Start
Windows, and then insert
the supplied CD-ROM labeled
“Scanner Driver(s), Utilities and
Operating Instructions” into the
CD-ROM drive of the client computer.
The CD-ROM Launcher screen appears.
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Reference
If the installer does not start automatically, see p.112 “Auto
Run Program”.
B Click the key of the TWAIN Driver to be installed.
• Click [TWAIN Driver (for LAN)] to
use network TWAIN scanner.
• Click [TWAIN Driver (for USB)] to
use USB TWAIN scanner.
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C The installer of the TWAIN driver starts. Follow the instructions
on the screen.
Note
❒ When the installation is complete, a message to prompt you
to restart the client computer
may appear. In this case, restart
the client computer.
❒ After the installation is complete, the “IS200e (Network)
TWAIN Driver Ver. 4” and
“IS200e (USB) TWAIN Driver
Ver. 4” folders are in the “Program” folder on the Start menu
respectively. Help can be displayed from here.
❒ Notes on using the network
TWAIN scanner are provided in
“Readme.txt”. Be sure to read
them before use.
Installing Software
DeskTopBinder Lite
Use Auto Run for installation.
System requirements
Limitation
❒ When installing the software in Windows NT Server or Windows 2000 Server, a stand-alone server must be used. Do not use the primary domain controller or backup domain controller.
❒ If you install this software in an operating system, such as Windows NT
Workstation and Windows 2000 Professional, in which a client server is not
permitted to be used in a network, you may violate the license agreement of
Microsoft Corporation.
❒ Under Windows Server 2003, this software is not available.
• Hardware
PC/AT compatible
• CPU
Pentium 200 MHz or faster (Pentium II 350 MHz or faster recommended)
• Operating system
Microsoft Windows 98SE
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (Service Pack 1 or later)
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (Service Pack 1 or later)
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (Service Pack 5 or later)
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 (Service Pack 5 or later)
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
• Memory
64 MB or more (128 MB or more recommended)
• Hard disk space
Minimum free space required for installing: 200 MB
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Note
❒ In addition to the space required for installation, the hard disk should have
at least 500 MB of free space for files.
• Network protocol
TCP/IP
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
C Click [DeskTopBinder Lite]. The In-
Installing DeskTopBinder Lite
A Start
Windows, and then insert
the supplied CD-ROM labeled
“Scanner Driver(s), Utilities and
Operating Instructions” into the
CD-ROM drive of the client computer.
The CD-ROM Launcher screen appears.
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staller of the DeskTopBinder Lite
starts. Follow the instructions on
the screen.
Reference
For information about the subsequent installation procedure,
see Setup Guide that can be displayed from the Setup screen of
DeskTopBinder Lite.
B Click [DeskTopBinder Lite].
The DeskTopBinder Lite Setup
screen appears.
SmartDeviceMonitor
About SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin and SmartDeviceMonitor for Client
“SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin” is utility software for managing multiple
scanners and printers on a network efficiently. Install this software on an administrator computer if necessary.
“SmartDeviceMonitor for Client” is utility software for the effective use of multiple scanners and printers on a network with IP addresses. Install this software
on a client computer as necessary.
This
software:
SmartDeviceMonitor for
Admin
Manages:
Multiple scanners and
printers on the network
Performs
(related to scanners):
• Changing the device
name *1
To be installed on:
Network administrator’s
computer
• Changing the IP address *1
• Displaying status
SmartDeviceMonitor for
Client
Multiple scanners and
printers on the network
• Displaying status
Web Status
Monitor
This machine
• Making various settings (see p.42 “Initial
Scanner Setup”
*1
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Each of client computers
--
You cannot use the Ethernet board setup tool included in the SmartDeviceMonitor
for Admin when you access to this machine (it’s not possible to change the device
name and the IP address of this machine). You can change the device name and the
IP address of other devices.
Installing Software
Installing SmartDeviceMonitor
Use Auto Run for installation.
A Start
Windows, and then insert
the supplied CD-ROM labeled
“Scanner Driver(s), Utilities and
Operating Instructions” into the
CD-ROM drive of the computer.
The CD-ROM Launcher screen appears.
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B Click the key of the software to be
installed.
• Click [SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin], and then the SmartDeviceMonitor for Admin Setup
screen appears.
• Click [SmartDeviceMonitor for Client], and then the SmartDeviceMonitor for Client Setup screen
appears
C Follow
the instructions on the
screen.
Note
❒ After the installation is complete, the “SmartDeviceMonitor
for Admin” or “SmartDeviceMonitor for Client” folder is in
the “Program” folder on the
Start menu. Help can be displayed from here.
❒ Notes on using the relevant
software are provided in “Readme.txt”. Be sure to read them
before use.
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Configuring the Scanner Settings
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4. Setting Originals
This chapter describes how to set an original to be scanned with this machine.
It is possible to set an original on the exposure glass or the ADF. To scan both
sides of a page and several pages successively, the ADF is convenient.
Sizes and Weights of recommended
Originals
Where
original is set
Original size
Exposure
glass
Up to A4S (210mm×297mm)
ADF
❖ Standard size
Original weight
No limitation
Up to 8 /2″×11″S
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60-105g/m2
Maximum : A4S, 8 /2″×14″ S
Minimum : 51/2″×81/2″ S
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❖ Non-standard size
Maximum: 215 mm x 355.6 mm,
81/2”×14”
* At the long sheet scan mode (oneside scan): 215 mm x 2000 mm,
81/2”×80”
Minimum : 140mm×140mm,
51/2″×51/2″
Originals that Require Special Care
When scanning the following types of originals, be sure to follow the descriptions below.
❖ Originals whose size is difficult to auto detect
It is difficult for this machine to automatically detect the sizes of the following
types of originals, so select the original size manually.
• Originals with indexes, tags, or other protrusions
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Text or picture dense original
• Originals containing solid images
• Originals containing solid images around their edges
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Setting Originals
❖ Originals that cannot be set in the ADF
Placing the following types of originals in the ADF can cause paper misfeeds
or result in damage to the originals. Place these originals on the exposure
glass instead.
• Stapled or clipped originals
• Perforated or torn originals
• Curled, folded, or creased originals
• Pasted originals
• Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermal fax paper, art paper,
aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
• Originals with perforated lines
• Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
• Sticky originals such as translucent paper
• Thin originals that have low stiffness
• Thick originals such as postcards
• Bound originals such as books
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Originals with ink or correction liquid on them and still not completely dry
• Originals that have curls such as shown in the illustration below
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Original Orientation
Original Orientation
The original can be set either in sideway or lengthway orientation, but to assurethat the top/bottom orientation of the original comes out correctly when
thescanned file is displayed on a computer, the correct placement must be selected.
Note
❒ When using Scan to Print function, original orientation is not required to set.
When Using Send Scan Function
Select “1 Sided” of the or in the [Settings]→Settings for each Users→[Original
Settings] for the send scan function in with one sided originals.
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Note
❒ Settings made in [Original Settings] is valid when the [File Type] is set to [PDF].
See p.79 “File Type” for details.
❖ Simplex originals in A4, B5, 81/2” × 14”, 81/2” × 11” (the originals with 215mm (81/2”)
or more length)
Exposure Glass
ADF
Settings
❖ Simplex originals in A5, 81/2” × 51/2” (the originals with 215mm (81/2”) or less length)
Exposure Glass
ADF
Settings
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Setting Originals
❖ Duplex Originals
Select “2 Sided T to T”or “2 Sided T to B” of the or in the [Settings]→Settings for each Users→[Original Settings] for the send scan function in with one
sided originals.
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Settings
2 Sided T to T
R1 2R
2R
R1
R12R
ADF
2 Sided T to B
R1
R2
When Using as TWAIN Scanner
Make the settings with [Orientation:] and [Orig.Orientn.:] of the TWAIN Driver.
❖ Simplex originals in A4, B5, 81/2” × 14”, 81/2” × 11” (the originals with 215mm (81/2”)
or more length)
Exposure Glass
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Settings
ADF
Settings
Original Orientation
❖ Simplex originals in A5, 81/2” × 51/2” (the originals with 215mm (81/2”) or less length)
Exposure Glass
Settings
ADF
Settings
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❖ Duplex originals
Set with [Scan Settings:] in the TWAIN Driver.
2R
R2
2R
2 Sided(Top to Bottom)
R1
R1
2R
R1
2 Sided(Top to Top)
R1
R1 2R
R1
R2
Settings
R12R
R12R
ADF
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Setting Originals
B With the side to be scanned facing
Placing the Original on the
Exposure Glass
down, place the original on the
exposure glass, and align it with
the home position and scale.
Important
❒ Be careful not to pinch your fingers
when closing the ADF.
❒ To activate the auto detection of an
original, place the original after
this machine starts up.
A Lift the ADF.
Important
❒ Do not press down on the exposure glass. Strong pressure on
the exposure glass could cause
it to break.
A
When the original layout is portrait:
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AFJ006S
Note
❒ Be sure to lift the exposure glass
cover or ADF more than 30°.
Otherwise, the size of the original might not be detected correctly.
B
When the original layout is
landscape:
ADG015S
When a document is set in this
direction, it is generally necessary to change the document
setting direction at the point of
transmission. ⇒ p.121 “Original
Orientation”
C Gently lower the ADF.
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Original Orientation
Placing the Originals in the
ADF
B Adjust the side guides to the size
of your originals.
The ADF allows you to place multiple
originals at one time. Originals placed
in the ADF can be scanned on one
side or both sides.
❖ Precautions in placing an original in
the ADF
• For information about the originals that cannot be placed in the
ADF, see p.120 “Originals that
cannot be set in the ADF”.
Important
❒ Attempting to use unsuitable
originals in the ADF can lead
to a misfeed and damage to
the originals. Place such originals directly on the exposure
glass.
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1. Side guides
C To scan an original of the legal
size, pull out the output table
stopper, according to your original size.
• Do not set originals in the ADF
in excess of the upper limit
mark.
• Fan the originals to get air between the sheets before setting
in the ADF.
A Place the originals face up (when
performing duplex scans, front
page up), and align them.
Note
❒ The originals are scanned in sequence, starting with the top
page.
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1. Output stopper
Note
❒ You do not need to pull out the
stopper to scan an A4 size original.
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5. Sending Scan File by E-mail
This chapter explains how to send a scan file as an e-mail attachment.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for sending scan
files as E-mail attachments. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
Select or enter a destination.
⇒ p.130 “Before Sending Scan
Data”
⇒ p.132 “Setting Destinations”
Select or enter a [Cc] destination.
⇒ p.136 “Setting Cc Destinations”
Select or enter a subject.
⇒ p.137 “Setting a Subject”
Make scan settings.
Select a sender.
Press the {Start}
} key.
⇒ p.138 “Making Scan Settings”
⇒ p.140 “Selecting a Sender”
⇒ p.141 “Starting a Scan Operation”
Confirm the transmission results by using the Web Sta- ⇒ p.143 “Checking Transmistus Monitor.
sion Results”
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Sending Scan File by E-mail
E-mail Content
Sender
• If you specify a sender of an e-mail using the [Sender] list on this machine, the
user you have specified becomes the sender.
Note
❒ It is necessary to set [Register as Sender] to “On” to have a registered user
displayed on this machine’s [Sender] list. The setup item [Register as Sender]
is included under [Configuration] → [E-mail SettingsE-mail Address] → [E-mail
Address] on the Web Status Monitor.
• If you do not specify a sender of an E-mail when [Sender's Name Default] is set
to “Administrator's Address”, the registered administrator’s address becomes the sender.
The setup item [Sender's Name Default] is included under [Configuration] → [Email Settings] on the Web Status Monitor.
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Note
❒ It is essential to specify a sender of an E-mail, when [Sender's Name Default]
is set to “No”.
Subject
You can select a subject of an E-mail from the [Subject] list displayed on this machine. Also you can directly enter the subject using the USB keyboard.
Note
❒ No subject appears on your E-mail message when you do not specify a subject. (Depending on the E-mail client software on the side of the receiver, such
string like “No subject” appears as the subject.)
File name and file type of an E-mail attachment
A scanned image file to be sent as an E-mail attachment is automatically named
as “SDOC0001.xxx” (“xxx” is a file extension). The four-digit number in the file
name is counted up sequentially, when you perform scanning of multiple pages,
with the [File Type] setting is set to “Single Page”.
Note
❒ Scanned image files are sent in the file format that you specified in [File Type]
under [Scan Settings]. See p.79 “File Type”.
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Procedure Breakdown
Related information
The following information is automatically generated and used as body text of
your E-mail message.
Note
❒ You cannot change the auto-generated body text.
❖ First line
The following sentence is inserted to the first line of an E-mail body.
“This E-mail was sent from <device name> (model name).”
Note
❒ For “<device name>”, the name that is specified for the machine’s device
name is used. (You can specify the device name using [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] → [General Settings] → [Device Name].)
❒ For “model name”, the product ID of this machine is automatically inserted.
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❖ Date and time when scan is performed
Date and time information is inserted to the second line of an e-mail body, in
the following format.
“Day/Month/Year/Hour/Minute/Second/Offset from GMT”
Note
❒ You can set time and date using [Date/Time(Yr/Month/Day/Hr/Min/Sec)] in
[2.Send Scan Settings] under the Scanner Features menu.
❒ “Offset from GMT” shows the time offset from Greenwich Mean Time.
You can specify this setting by using [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Time Zone] on the Web Status Monitor.
❖ Contact information
When [Sender's Name Default] (included under [Configuration] → [E-mail Settings]
on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “Administrator's Address”, the registered administrator’s e-mail address is inserted to the third line of an e-mail
body, as a contact representative.
When [Sender's Name Default] is set to “No” and administrator’s address is not
registered, the contact information is omitted.
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Before Sending Scan Data
Reference
See p.119 “Setting Originals” for information about how to place the originals
in the ADF (Auto Document Feeder) or on the exposure glass, and about
available paper size and weight.
Original Location
When you perform a Send Scan (E-mail, Send File (SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server) operation, it is not necessary to select the location (ADF or exposure glass) for
scanning.
This machine automatically detects the originals placed in the ADF or on the exposure glass, and scan is performed. Note, however, that the originals in the
ADF are scanned when the originals are set to on both of the ADF and the exposure glass.
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Original Orientation and Scanning Sides
When you perform a Send Scan (E-mail, Send File (SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server) operation, you can specify the original orientation and scanning sides manually, by pressing [Scan] on the E-mail/Send File standby screen, and then
selecting [Manual]. Instead of manually specifying these settings, you can also use
the settings you have registered to “Default”, “User 1”,“User 2”, or “User 3”. See
p.138 “Making Scan Settings” for details.
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Before Sending Scan Data
E-mail/Send File standby screen
Before performing a Send Scan operation, make sure that the E-mail/Send File
standby screen is displayed on the machine’s display panel.
The E-mail/Send File standby screen is displayed as the Send Scan initial screen
when [Select Method] (in [2.Send Scan Settings] under the Scanner Features menu)
is set to “Send File/TWAIN”, while the Delivery Server standby screen is displayed when [Select Method] is set to “Delivery Server/TWAIN”.
• When the message “Ready” and the number of copies are displayed on the
first line of the display panel, the machine is standing by for Print Scan. Press
[Exit] to return to the Select Method screen.
• When the message “Connecting with PC...” is displayed on the display
panel, the machine is used from a client computer, and scanning is in
progress. Wait until the job now in progress ends.
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• When the message “Connecting with PC... Set original(s) and select the settings from the PC.” is displayed on the display panel, the
machine is standing by for the network TWAIN. Press [Exit].
If there is no [Exit], the Network TWAIN exclusive standby screen is displayed.
Set [6.Select Method] (in [2.Send Scan Settings] under the Scanner Features menu)
to “Send File/TWAIN”, and then restart the machine.
• When a send file path name is displayed at the second line of the screen, the
standby screen for [Enter Custom Send File] is displayed. In this case, press
[PrevMenu].
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Setting Destinations and a Subject
You can specify up to 100 destinations at a time, by selecting from the
registered destinations on this machine. You can also specify Cc destinations and a subject of an e-mail.
C Press [Search Dest.], [Input], [List] or
the {./*}
}(Title) key according to
your operation while [To:] is highlighted.
Setting Destinations
A Press the {1}} key.
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Note
❒ You can skip this step when the
E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
❒ Enter your User Name and
password, if asked.
The E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
B Press [E-mail].
Note
❒ If [To:] appears with its check
box selected, there is a destination that is already set. To clear
the previous settings, press
[Clear] in the functions you used
to set the destination.
❒ The maximum number of the
destinations you can set for the
E-mail and Send File will be 100.
You cannot set destinations
more than 100.
❒ It is required to set at least one
[To:] destination when sending
an E-mail.
To select destinations from the
address book
Note
❒ If “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List] in [2.Send
Scan Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu on this machine,
the destination list is automatically updated when you press
[E-mail]. See p.66 “Auto Update
Destination List” for details.
❒ The destination search is effective only when [To:] or [Cc:] is
selected.
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A Press [List] while [To:] is highlighted.
B Press [Select] while the destination you want to select is highlighted.
Check mark will appear when
the destination is selected.
Setting Destinations and a Subject
Note
❒ To select another destination,
highlight the destination you
want to select with the {1}
or { 0 } key and press [Select].
❒ To clear the selected destination, press [Clear] while the
destination is highlighted.
Check mark will disappear
when the destination is not
selected.
C Press [OK].
Note
❒ Press [DestList] to confirm the
destinations which are already selected. To clear the
previous seleced destination,
press [Clear] while the destination is highlighted. Check
mark will disappear when
the destination is not selected.
C Select the item to search with.
Select from either [E-mail Address] or [Name] with the {1} or
{0} key.
To search destination from the
address book
In this section, we will search for
the destination “John” with “Email Address”.
A Press [SrchDest] while [To:] is
highlighted.
B Confirm that [Search AddressBook] is highlighted, and press
[Object].
If [Search AddressBook] is not selected, select it with the {1} or
{0} key.
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D Press [OK].
Press [Cancel] to return to the
previous screen without making changes.
E Enter a keyword to search the
destination from the keyboard
of the machine. In the sample
screen, “jo” is entered as a keyword as an example.
[Search] will be enabled when
the keyword is entered.
F Press [Search].
The search result will be shown.
G Highlight the destination you
want to send E-mail with the
{1} or {0} key and press [Select].
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Note
❒ To select another destination,
highlight the destination you
want to select with the {1}
or { 0 } key and press [Select].
❒ To clear the selected destination, press [Clear] while the
destination is highlighted.
Check mark will disappear
when the destination is not
selected.
H Press [OK].
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To search for another destination, repeat from step B.
I Press [Exit].
To search destination from the
LDAP server
A Press [SrchDest] while [To:] is
highlighted.
B Highlight [Search LDAP] with
the {1} key, and press [Object].
Note
❒ Press [DestList] to confirm the
destinations which are already selected. To clear the
previous selected destination, press [Clear] while the
destination is highlighted.
Check mark will disappear
when the destination is not
selected.
C Select the item to search with.
D Press [OK].
Press [Cancel] to return to the
previous screen without making changes.
E Enter a keyword to search the
destination from the keyboard
of the machine.
[Search] will be enabbled when
the keyword is entered.
F Press [Search].
The search result will be shown.
G Highlight the destination you
want to send E-mail with the
{1} or {0} key and press [Select].
Note
❒ To select another destination,
highlight the destination you
want to select with the {1}
or {0 } key and press [Select].
❒ To clear the selected destination, press [Clear] while the
destination is highlighted.
Check mark will disappear
when the destination is not
selected.
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H Press [OK].
To search for another destination, repeat from step B.
I Press [Exit].
Note
❒ If any inaccurate character is
contained in an E-mail add r e s s y ou h a v e e n t e r e d ,
“Contains characters that
cannot be used.” appears.
Press [Exit] and enter the correct E-mail address.
D Press [OK].
To enter an E-mail address(s)
directly from the keyboard
A While [To:] is highlighted,
press [Input].
B Enter the E-mail address of the
destination from the keyboard,
if it is the first time to enter.
Note
❒ If it is the second time or the
previous result of destination
still remains, [DestList] appears on the lower left of the
screen. Press [DestList] and
you can select, edit and delete the E-mail addess(es) of
the destination.
If you want to add another Email address for the destination,
press [Add] and repeat from step
B.
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To recall destinations using a title
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
Note
❒ Titles are displayed according to the settings in [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Select Title] on
the Web Status Monitor.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the title you want to
select, and then press [OK].
C Press [OK].
The destinations assigned to the
selected title are displayed.
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Note
❒ You can select the title under
which each of the registered
destinations is assigned in
[Configuration] → [E-mail Settings] → [E-mail Address] →
[Assign Title] on the Web Status Monitor.
C Highlight the destination you
want to select, and then press
[Select].
Note
❒ While highlighting a destination with its check box selected, press [Clear] to clear the
check box (this deselects the
destination).
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❒ If you want to select from another title, press the {./*}
} (Title) key. This displays list of
titles again.
D Press [OK].
To recall all available
destinations
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [All], and then press
[OK].
D When you are finished, press [Exit].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step C.
Note
❒ When no cc destination and
subject is necessary, press [Exit]
here. The E-mail/Send File
standby screen is displayed,
and the first destination you
have selected appears at the second line of the screen. When
you have selected multiple destinations, you can confirm them
by using the { 1 } and { 0 }
keys.
Setting Cc Destinations
You can specify destinations to send
“carbon copies” of an E-mail message
as necessary. Up to 100 destinations
can be selected per an E-mail message
in all, including those specified as
[To:] and [Cc:].
A Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight [Cc:], and then press
[Settings].
The list of the destinations that are
registered to this machine appears.
B Follow the same procedure as the
step C under “Setting Destinations”.
C When you are finished, press [ExC Select the destination.
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it].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step A.
Setting Destinations and a Subject
Note
❒ When no subject is necessary,
press [Exit] here. The Email/Send File standby screen
is displayed.
❒ The second line of the screen
shows the first destination that
you have specified for [To:] in
“Selecting Destinations”. You
can confirm all the specified
destinations by using the {1}
and {0} keys, when you have
selected multiple destinations.
❒ You cannot confirm the “Cc”
destinations on the E-mail/Send
File standby screen.
Setting a Subject
A Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight [Subject].
To select from entered subject
A Press [List].
The list of the subjects that are
registered to this machine appears.
B Use [↓
↓Next] or [↑
↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, and display
the subject you want to select.
C Use the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the subject you want
to select, and then press [Select].
This selects the check box next
to the subject.
Note
❒ Selecting another subject automatically deselects the subject currently selected (so the
check mark next to the subject is cleared).
❒ While highlighting a subject
with its check box selected,
press [Clear] to clear the
check box (this deselects the
subject).
To enter the subject directly from
the keyboard
A Press [Input] while [Subject] is
highlighted.
B Enter the subject for the destination from the keyboard.
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B Press [OK].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step A.
C Press [OK].
This returns to the E-mail/Ready
screen.
Note
❒ The second line of the screen
shows the first destination that
you have specified for [To:] in
“Selecting Destinations”. You
can confirm all the specified
destinations by using the {1}
and {0} keys, when you have
selected multiple destinations.
❒ You cannot confirm the subject
or the “Cc” destination on the Email/Ready screen.
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Making Scan Settings
Follow the steps below to configure
scan settings before you perform a Send
Scan operation. If you skip the following steps, scan is performed using the
settings that you have configured and
registered to [Default] in [4.Scan Settings]
under the Scanner Features menu.
A At
E-mail Ready screen, press
[Settings].
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The Scan Settings screen is displayed.
B Select whether you configure the
scan settings manually, or use one
of the user settings you have registered.
Reference
You can confirm the scan settings you have registered. See
p.139 “Confirming the Scan Settings”.
Note
❒ Press [Exit] if you want to use
the settings you have registered
to [Default].
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❒ You cannot edit and save the
settings that you have registered to [User 1], [User 2] and [User 3] here. If you want to use one
of the user settings while changing some of them, recall the user
setting you want to use by highlighting it and pressing [OK]
first. And then, change the settings by selecting [Settings].
To recall a registered scan
settings
A Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [User 1], [User 2] or
[User 3] on the screen, and then
press [OK].
This returns to the E-mail standby screen, and the corresponding scan settings are displayed
on the third line of the screen.
To configure scan settings
manually
A Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [Manual] on the
screen, and then press [Settings].
The first page of the Scan Settings screen ( Scan Settings 1/3)
is displayed.
B Use [↓
↓Next] or [↑
↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, use the {1}
or {0} key to highlight the setup item you want to change,
and then press [Settings].
Reference
See p.76 “Information to Register in [Scan Settings]” for
details about each of the setup items.
Note
❒ For example, [Resolution] is
selected here.
Making Scan Settings
C Highlight the option you want
to select by using the {1} or
{0} key, and then press [OK].
A Press [Settings].
The Scan Settings screen is displayed.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns
to the previous screen.
❒ When you select “Custom
Resolution” for [Resolution]
and/or “Custom Area Setting” for [Scan Size], use the
number keys to specify the
values.
D Repeat steps B and C as necessary.
E When you are finished, press
[Exit].
This returns to the Scan Settings
screen.
F Press [OK].
This returns to the E-mail/Send
File standby screen, and the current scan settings are displayed
on the third line of the screen.
Confirming the Scan Settings
You can confirm the current scan settings, or the scan settings that you
have registered to [Default], [User 1],
[User 2] or [User 3].
Note
❒ You can confirm the [Default] settings by selecting [Manual] in step B
below, unless you configure the
scan settings manually. After you
have manually configured the scan
settings, selecting [Manual] displays
the current settings.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to highlight [Manual], [User 1], [User 2] or
[User 3] on the screen, and then
press [Status].
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The status screen appears.
C Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to display
the setting of the setup item you
want to confirm.
D When you are finished, press [Exit].
E Press [Cancel] or [OK].
Note
❒ If you want to apply the scan
settings you selected in step B,
press [OK]. If you want to exit
the status screen without changing anything, press [Cancel].
This returns to the E-mail/Send
File standby screen.
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Selecting a Sender
You can select a sender of an e-mail
using the [Sender] list on this machine.
The [Sender] list displays the registered users, whose [Register as Sender]
settings (included under [Configuration] → [E-mail Settings] → [E-mail Address] on the Web Status Monitor) are
set to “On”.
A At E-mail Ready screen, press [Email], then select [Sender] by using
{1} or {0}, and press [List].
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The list of the senders that are registered to this machine appears.
B Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, use the {1 }
and { 0 } keys to highlight the
sender you want to select, and
then press [Select].
This selects the check box next to
the sender’s name.
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Note
❒ Selecting another sender automatically deselects the sender
currently selected (so the check
mark next to the sender’s name
is cleared).
❒ While highlighting a sender
with its check box selected,
press [Clear] to clear the check
box (this deselects the sender).
❒ When you select a user whose
[Sender's Password] setting (included under [Configuration] →
[E-mail Settings] → [E-mail Address] on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “On”, a dialog box
for entering a password appears. Enter the registered password using the number keys.
❒ You can recall specific senders
by selecting a title. See p.135 “To
recall destinations using a title”.
C Press [Exit].
This returns to the E-mail Ready
screen.
Performing Scan Operation
Performing Scan Operation
Starting a Scan Operation
To start with originals in the ADF
A Confirm
that the E-mail Ready
screen is displayed.
When “Select destination(s).”
is displayed, no destination is selected. Select a destination to display
“Ready” on the screen.
B Press the {Start}} key.
AFJ044S
Scanning originals in the ADF
starts.
Note
❒ To interrupt scanning, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key.
❒ When “Show Options after
Each Scan Job” is selected for
[End of Scan Option] under [2.Send
Scan Settings], a screen for selecting the next operation appears
after scanning of all the originals
in the ADF is completed.
• Press [Add] to continue scanning to add scanned data to
the current image file.
• Press [New Job] to finish the
current scanning job and
send the scanned data. You
can start a new job with the
current settings after the
scanned data is sent.
• Press [OK] to finish the current scanning job, send the
scanned data, and then return to the initial screen
when the power is turned on.
If you do not press any key,
this machine acts as [OK] is
pressed, after the specified
period.
When scanning finishes properly,
the e-mail is sent to the e-mail
(SMTP) server. B appears at the
upper right corner of the screen
while the e-mail is sent.
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Note
❒ You cannot perform any operations while B is displayed on
the screen.
❒ Do not turn the power of this
machine off while B is displayed on the screen.
B disappears when the E-mail has
been sent to the E-mail (SMTP)
server, and the E-mail standby
screen appears.
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To start with an original on the exposure
glass
A Confirm
that the E-mail Ready
screen is displayed.
When “Select destination(s).”
is displayed, no destination is selected. Select a destination to display
“Ready” on the screen.
B Press the {Start}} key.
D Repeat step C as necessary.
E Press [Finish] when all the originals are scanned.
Note
❒ When “Show Options after
Each Scan Job” is selected for
[End of Scan Option] under
[2.Send Scan Settings], a screen
for selecting the next operation
appears after you press [Finish].
When scanning finishes properly,
the e-mail is sent to the e-mail
(SMTP) server. B appears at the
upper right corner of the screen
while the e-mail is sent.
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Note
❒ You cannot perform any operations while B is displayed on
the screen.
AFJ044S
Scanning the original on the exposure glass starts.
Note
❒ To interrupt scanning, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key.
After the original is scanned properly, the message “Set the next
original(s) and press the
Start key, or press [Finish]
to complete.” appears.
C Place the next original on the ex-
posure glass, and then press the
{Start}
} key.
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❒ Do not turn the power of this
machine off while B is displayed on the screen.
B disappears when the e-mail has
been sent to the e-mail (SMTP)
server, and the E-mail standby
screen appears.
Performing Scan Operation
Checking Transmission
Results
Follow the steps below to check transmission results using the WebStatusMonitor on a client computer.
❒ The [Send Type] column indicates the type of transmission:
[E-mail], [SMB], [FTP], [Delivery]
or [Print Scan].
❒ The number of original pages
that are scanned appears in the
[Pages] column.
A Start a Web browser, and then enter this machine's IP address in
the address bar.
Reference
See p.91 “To access this machine
from a Web browser”
Note
❒ You can confirm the IP address
of this machine by selecting [IP
Address] in [1.System Settings]
under the Scanner Features
menu.
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The top page of the WebStatusMonitor appears.
B On the main menu, click [Admin Info.].
C On the sub-menu, click [Send Info.].
D Check the transmission result.
Note
❒ Up to 20 transmission results
are displayed in the [Send Info.]
list at a time. Each time you perform a Send Scan operation, the
list is updated and only the latest 20 transmission results are
displayed.
❒ The transmission results are
cleared when the power of this
machine is turned off.
❒ In the [Status] column, [Standby],
[Sending], [Complete], or [Not
Sent] is displayed.
❒ If an e-mail or a file could not be
sent for any reason, [Not Sent]
appears in the [Status] column.
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6. Sending Scan File by Scan
to Folder
This chapter explains how to send a scan file to a Windows shared folder. In this
chapter, the following two types of Scan to Folder procedures are explained separately:
• Procedures to send a scanned file to a registered shared folder.
• Procedures to send a scanned file to a shared folder that is not registered to
this machine. This function is called “Enter Custom Send File”.
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Sending a Scanned File to a Registered
Shared Folder
By using the control panel of this machine, you can send a scanned file to a Windows shared folder that is registered to this machine.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for sending a
scanned file to a Windows shared folder that is registered to this machine. Note
that the underlined steps are essential.
Note
❒ Some of the steps such as making scan settings are identical to those explained under “Sending Scan Files by E-mail”. See the relevant pages shown
to the right of the following overview diagram.
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Place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
Select a destination folder.
⇒ p.130 “Before Sending Scan
Data”
⇒ p.147 “Selecting a Shared
Folder”
⇒ p.148 “Selecting a File
Name”
Select a file name.
(You can skip this process if you
do not specify a file name.)
Make scan settings.
⇒ p.138 “Making Scan Settings”
Press the {Start}
} key.
⇒ p.141 “Performing Scan Operation”
Confirm the transmission results by using the Web Sta- ⇒ p.143 “Checking Transmistus Monitor.
sion Results”
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Sending a Scanned File to a Registered Shared Folder
Selecting a Shared Folder
You can select a single shared folder
as a destination to which you send a
scanned file. Follow the steps below
to select a shared folder.
D Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, and display
the shared folder name you want
to select.
A Press the {1}} key.
E Use
Note
❒ You can skip this step when the
E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
❒ Enter your User Name and
password, if asked.
The E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
B Press [SMB/FTP].
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the shared folder name
you want to select, and then press
[Select].
This selects the check box next to
the shared folder name.
Note
❒ Because you can select only one
shared folder, selecting another
folder automatically deselects
the folder currently selected (so
the check mark next to the folder name is cleared).
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To recall shared folders using a
title
Note
❒ If “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List] in [2.Send
Scan Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu on this machine,
the destination list is automatically updated when you press
[Dest.]. See p.66 “Auto Update
Destination List” for details.
C Press the {1} or {0} key to highlight [SMB], and then press [List].
The list of the shared folders that
are registered to this machine appears.
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
Note
❒ Titles are displayed according to the settings in [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Select Title] on
the Web Status Monitor.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the title you want to
select, and then press [OK].
The shared folders assigned to
the selected title are displayed.
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Note
❒ You can select the title under
which each of the registered
destinations is assigned in
[Configuration] → [File Send
Settings] → [Send File Path] →
[Assign Title] on the Web Status Monitor.
C Highlight the shared folder
name you want to select, and
then press [Select].
Note
❒ Enter the four- through eightdigit number that is specified in
[Configuration] → [File Send Settings] → [Send File Path] → [Protected Password] on the Web
Status Monitor.
H Press [OK].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step C.
This selects the check box next
to the folder name.
To recall all available
destinations
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A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [All], and then press
[OK].
F Press [OK].
The message “Enter protection
code for destination.” appears.
G Enter
the protection code using
the number keys.
Note
❒ When you do not specify a file
name, press [OK] here. The Email/Send File standby screen
is displayed, and the shared
folder name that you have selected appears at the second line
of the screen.
Selecting a File Name
You can specify a file name (actually a
prefix string for a file name) for the
scanned file to be sent to the shared
folder. When you do not specify a file
name, the default file name “DOC” is
used automatically.
A While the E-mail/Send File stand-
by screen is displayed, press
[Dest.].
The screen for selecting destinations appears.
Note
❒ If this screen is already displayed, you can skip this step.
❒ If you do not specify a file name,
you can skip this step.
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B Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight [File Name], and then
press [List].
The list of the file names that are
registered to this machine appears.
C Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, and display
the file name you want to select.
D Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the file name you want
to select, and then press [Select].
This selects the check box next to
the file name.
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Note
❒ Selecting another file name automatically deselects the file
name currently selected (so the
check mark next to the file name
is cleared).
❒ While highlighting a file name
with its check box selected,
press [Clear] to clear the check
b ox (th i s des el e cts the f il e
name).
E Press [OK].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step B.
F Press [Exit].
This returns to the E-mail/Send
File standby screen.
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Using [Enter Custom Send File] to Send a
Scanned File to an Unregistered Shared
Folder
By using the [Enter Custom Send File] function on the Web Status Monitor, you can
send a scanned file to any of Windows shared folders that you have an access
right.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for sending a
scanned file to a Windows shared folder using the Web Status Monitor. Note
that the underlined steps are essential.
Note
❒ Some of the steps such as “Making Scan Settings” are identical to those explained under “Sending Scan Files by E-mail”. See the relevant pages shown
to the right of the following overview diagram.
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150
Display the Web Status Monitor on a Web browser.
⇒ p.91 “To access this
machine from a Web
browser”
Display the [Enter Custom Send File] page and make necessary settings.
⇒ p.151 “Using [Enter
Custom Send File]
Function”
Place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
⇒ p.130 “Before Sending Scan Data”
} key.
Press the {Start}
⇒ p.141 “Performing
Scan Operation”
Confirm the transmission results by using the Web Status
Monitor.
⇒ p.143 “Checking
Transmission Results”
Using [Enter Custom Send File] to Send a Scanned File to an Unregistered Shared Folder
Using [Enter Custom Send
File] Function
Follow the steps below to send a
scanned file to a Windows shared
folder using the [Enter Custom Send
File] function.
A Start a Web browser on a client
computer, and then enter the IP
address of this machine in the address bar.
Reference
See p.91 “To access this machine
from a Web browser”
Note
❒ You can confirm the IP address
of this machine by selecting [IP
Address] in [1.System Settings]
under the Scanner Features
menu.
The top page of the Web Status
Monitor appears.
B On
the main menu, click [Enter
Custom Send File].
The [Enter Custom Send File] page
appears.
C Make
the necessary settings on
the screen.
Reference
See p.76 “Information to Register in [Scan Settings]” for information about the setup items at
the top through middle of the
[Enter Custom Send File] page
(“Scan Type” through “File
Type” ).
See p.121 “Original Orientation” for information about
[Original Setting/Orientation].
See below for information about
the settings included under
[Send File] group.
❖ Send File Path
Enter the path to the shared
folder where you are sending
the file, in the format of “\\host
name\folder name” or “\\IP
address\folder name”.
You can also specify a shared
folder that is not specified on
the [Configuration:File Send Settings:Send File Path] page.
Note
❒ The specified IP address is effective only for the computer
running Windows 2000/XP
or Windows NT as operating
system. An IP address cannot
be specified for a host running Windows 98/Me as operating system.
❖ Login User Name
Enter a user name with shared
folder access, in the format of
“work group name\user name”
or “domain name\user name”.
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Note
❒ If the shared folder is on the
FTP server, enter a user name
with FTP server access.
❖ Login Password
Enter the password for the user
displayed in the [Login User
Name] box.
Each password character appears as “*”.
Note
❒ When accessing a shared
folder that is password protected under Windows
95/98/98 SE/Me, enter the
password.
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❖ [Test]
Click to check whether connection to the specified shared folder is enabled wh en data is
entered in the [Send File Path],
[Login User Name], and [Login
Password] boxes.
❖ File Name
Enter the name of the file to
store, using up to 20 characters
in alphanumeric characters.
Reference
When you place the original on
the exposure glass, see p.142
“To start with an original on the
exposure glass”.
When scanning finishes properly,
the file is sent to the shared folder.
B appears at the upper right of
the screen while the file is sent.
D When everything is the way you
want, click [OK].
The message “Custom Send File
has been set. To reconfigure, click
Enter Custom Send File” appears
on the computer, and the settings
you have made are sent to this machine.
At this time, this machine stands
by for scanning, and “Ready” message appears on the display panel
of this machine.
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G Press [PrevMenu].
The display of this machine returns to the standby screen that
had been displayed before you
have started the [Enter Custom Send
File] operation.
Note
❒ Be sure to press [OK] to go back
to a standby screen on this machine before performing another
[Enter Custom Send File] operation. If you start another [Enter
Custom Send File] operation without displaying a standby screen
on the machine, the message
“Unable to make configurations because Scanner is
currently in use. Please
try again later.” appears on
the Web Status Monitor.
E Place originals.
F Press the {Start}} key.
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Scanning starts.
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Note
❒ You cannot perform operations
on this machine while B is displayed.
Note
❒ To interrupt scanning, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key.
Scanned Image Files Sent to Shared Folders
Scanned Image Files Sent to Shared
Folders
This section describes how the file name and the file location of a scanned file are
determined when you perform a Scan to Folder operation.
File Locations
A scanned file created by a Scan to Folder operation is sent to a shared folder that
you have specified in [Send File Path] of [Configuration], and is saved in a sub-folder inside of the specified folder. The sub-folder name is identical to the device
name of this machine.
• Example 1:
Specified folder: \\computername\folder
Device name of this machine: RNP6219DA
File location:
\\computername\folder\RNP6219DA
Note
❒ You can specify the device name of this machine using [Configuration] →
[Basic Settings] → [General Settings] → [Device Name].
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File Names
Files created by a Scan to Folder operation are named as described below in accordance with the file name you specified.
In case you did not specify a file name, the default file name “DOC” applies.
Note
❒ It is essential to specify a file name when you use the [Enter Custom Send File]
function.
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❖ File names with time
When [File Name + Time] (included under [Configuration] → [File Send Settings]
→ [Send File] on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “On”, file names are generated in the following manner.
“Specified file name/Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute/ Second/(4-digit sequential number)”
• Example 2:
Specified file name: image
File format: single page
Pages: black white, text
Original page count: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
image030916130721(0001).TIF
image030916130721(0002).TIF
image030916130721(0003).TIF
image030916130721(0004).TIF
• Example 3:
Specified file name: (none)
File format: multi-page TIFF
Original type: colour, full colour
Pages: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
DOC030916130721(0001).PDF
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❖ File names without time
When [File Name + Time] (included under [Configuration] → [File Send Settings]
→ [Send File] on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “Off”, file names are generated in the following manner.
“Specified file name/(4-digit sequential number)”
• Example 4:
Specified file name: image
File format: single page
Original type: black white, text
Pages: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
image(0001).TIF
image(0002).TIF
image(0003).TIF
image(0004).TIF
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• Example 5:
Specified file name: (none)
File format: multi-page TIFF
Original type: colour, full colour
Original page count: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
DOC(0001).PDF
Reference
For details about file formats and extensions, see p.79 “File Type”.
Note
❒ All the files created in the examples 2 to 5 are saved to the same folder, which
is explained in the example 1.
❒ When you send scan files to the shared folder that you have already sent scan
files before, be sure to assign a different file name if [File Name + Time] is set to
“Off”. If you specify the same file name and file type that you specified in the
previous Send File operation, the previous scan files are overwritten with
new ones.
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7. Sending Scan File by Scan
to FTP
This chapter explains procedures to send a scanned file to an FTP server.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for sending a
scanned file to an FTP server that is registered to this machine. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Note
❒ Some of the steps such as making scan settings are identical to those explained under “Sending Scan Files by E-mail”. See the relevant pages shown
to the right of the following overview diagram.
Place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
⇒ p.130 “Before Sending
Scan Data”
Select an FTP server.
⇒ p.158 “Selecting an FTP
Server”
Select a file name.
⇒ p.148 “Selecting a File
Name”
Make scan settings.
⇒ p.138 “Making Scan
Settings”
} key.
Press the {Start}
⇒ p.141 “Performing Scan
Operation”
Confirm the transmission results by using the Web Sta- ⇒ p.143 “Checking Transtus Monitor.
mission Results”
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Selecting an FTP Server
You can select a single FTP server as a
destination to which you send a
scanned file. Follow the steps below
to select an FTP server.
A Press the {1}} key.
Note
❒ You can skip this step when the
E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
❒ Enter your user name and password, if asked.
The E-mail/Send File standby
screen is displayed.
B Press [SMB/FTP].
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Note
❒ If “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List] in [2.Send
Scan Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu on this machine,
the destination list is automatically updated when you press
[Dest.]. See p.66 “Auto Update
Destination List” for details.
C Press the {1} or {0} key to highlight [FTP], and then press [List].
The list of the FTP servers that are
registered to this machine appears.
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D Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, and display
the FTP server name you want to
select.
To recall FTP servers using a title
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
Note
❒ Titles are displayed according to the settings in [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Select Title] on
the Web Status Monitor.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the title you want to
select, and then press [OK].
The FTP servers assigned to the
selected title are displayed.
Note
❒ You can select the title under
which each of the registered
destinations is assigned in
[Configuration] → [E-mail Settings] → [E-mail Address] →
[Assign Title] on the Web Status Monitor.
Selecting an FTP Server
To recall all available
destinations
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [All], and then press
[OK].
E Use
the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the FTP server name
you want to select, and then press
[Select].
This selects the check box next to
the FTP server name.
Note
❒ Because you can select only one
FTP server, selecting another
FTP server automatically deselects the FTP server currently
selected (so the check mark next
to the FTP server name is
cleared).
Note
❒ Enter the four- through eightdigit number that is specified in
[Configuration] → [File Send Settings] → [FTP Server] → [Protected Password] on the Web Status
Monitor.
H Press [OK].
This returns to the screen that was
displayed in step C.
I Press [Exit].
This returns to the E-mail/Send
File standby screen.
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F Press [OK].
If [Protected Password] is set, the message “Enter protection code
for destination.” appears.
G Enter
the protection code using
the number keys.
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Scanned Image Files Sent to FTP Servers
This section describes how the file name and the file location of a scanned file are
determined when you perform a Scan to FTP operation.
File Locations
A scanned file created by a Scan to FTP operation is sent to a folder on the FTP
server that you specified, and is saved in a sub-folder inside of the specified folder. The sub-folder name is identical to the device name of this machine.
• Example 1:
Specified FTP server: \\FTPserver\folder
Device name of this machine: RNP6219DA
File location:
\\FTPserver\folder\RNP6219DA
Note
❒ You can specify the device name of this machine using [Configuration] →
[Basic Settings] → [General Settings] → [Device Name].
❒ If the specified directory does not exist in the FTP server, a directory is automatically created.
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File Names
Files created by a Scan to FTP operation are named as described below in accordance with the file name you specified.
In case you did not specify a file name, the default file name “DOC” applies.
❖ File names with time
When [File Name + Time] (included under [Configuration] → [File Send Settings]
→ [File Send] on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “On”, file names are generated in the following manner.
“Specified file name/Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute/ Second/(4-digit sequential number)”
• Example 2:
Specified file name: image
File format: single page
Original type: black white, text
Pages: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
image030916130721(0001).TIF
image030916130721(0002).TIF
image030916130721(0003).TIF
image030916130721(0004).TIF
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Scanned Image Files Sent to FTP Servers
• Example 3:
Specified file name: (none)
File format: multi-page TIFF
Original type: colour, full colour
Pages: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following file is generated:
DOC030916130721(0001).PDF
❖ File names without time
When [File Name + Time] (included under [Configuration] → [File Send Settings]
→ [File Send] on the Web Status Monitor) is set to “Off”, file names are generated in the following manner.
“Specified file name/(4-digit sequential number)”
• Example 4:
Specified file name: image
File format: single page
Original type: black white, text
Pages: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following files are generated:
image(0001).TIF
image(0002).TIF
image(0003).TIF
image(0004).TIF
• Example 5:
Specified file name: (none)
File format: multi-page TIFF
Original type: colour, full colour
Original page count: 2, two-sided
Time when scanned: 2003/9/16/13:07:21
The following file is generated:
DOC(0001).PDF
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Reference
For details about file formats and extensions, see p.79 “File Type”.
Note
❒ All the files created in the examples 2 to 5 are saved to the same folder, which
is explained in the example 1.
❒ When you send scan files to the folder that you have already sent scan files
before, be sure to assign a different file name if [File Name + Time] is set to “Off”.
If you specify the same file name and file type that you specified in the previous Send File operation, the previous scan files are overwritten with new
ones.
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8. Printing Scanned Image
Files
This chapter explains how to use “Print Scan” function, which enables you to
print scan data directly by a printer.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for printing scan
data using a registered printer.
Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Place the original(s) on the Exposure glass or on the ADF
⇒ p.164 “Before Printing
Scan Data”
Specify the number of copies
⇒ p.167 “Specifying the
Number of Copies”
Configure print settings
Select a printer
⇒ p.167 “Configuring
Print Settings”
⇒ p.170 “Selecting a
Printer”
Select colour or black and white for scanning
⇒ p.171 “Selecting Colour/Black and White”
} key.
Press the {Start}
⇒ p.166 “Printing Scan
Data”
Retrieve copies from the printer
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Printing Scanned Image Files
Before Printing Scan Data
Important
❒ You need to register the printer with WebStatusMonitor before using Print
Scan function. See p.38 “Outline to Use Scan to Print” for the outline of procedures to use the function.
Reference
See p.119 “Setting Originals” for information about how to place the originals
on the ADF (Auto Document Feeder) or exposure glass, and about available
paper size and weight.
Original Locations
When you perform a Print Scan operation, it is not necessary to select the location (ADF or exposure glass) for scanning. This machine automatically detects
the originals placed on the ADF or the exposure glass, and scan is performed.
Note, however, that the originals on the ADF are scanned when the originals are
placed on both of the ADF and the exposure glass.
About Paper Tray Settings
You can specify a certain paper tray of a printer by selecting [Configuration] →
[Print Scan Settings] → [Printer] → [Paper Source Tray] on the Web Status Monitor.
By using the control panel of this machine, you can select a specific printer, but
you cannot select a specific paper tray of a printer.
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164
Before Printing Scan Data
About Print Scan Ready screen
Before performing a Print Scan operation, make sure that the Select Method
screen or Print Scan initial screen is displayed on the machine's display panel.
• When the message “Select destination(s).” is displayed on the display panel,
the machine is standing by for Send Scan. Press [PrevMenu] to return to the Select Method screen.
• When the message “Connecting with PC...” is displayed on the display panel,
the machine is used from a client computer, and scanning is in progress. Wait
until the job now in progress ends.
• When the message “Connecting with PC... Set original(s) and select the settings from the PC.” is displayed on the display panel, the machine is standing
by for the network TWAIN. Press [Exit].
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If there are no [Exit], the Network TWAIN exclusive standby screen is displayed. In this case, restart the machine.
• When a send file path name is displayed at the second line of the screen, the
standby screen for [Enter Custom Send File] is displayed. In this case, press
[PrevMenu].
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Printing Scanned Image Files
Printing Scan Data
Follow the steps below to print scan
data using Print Scan.
A Press the {2}} key.
Note
❒ You can skip this step when the
Print Scan Ready screen is displayed. See p.18 “St and by
screens” for information about
the Print Scan Ready screen.
❒ Enter your User Name and
password, if asked.
The Print Scan Ready screen is displayed.
B Check if all the settings displayed
on the screen (number of copies,
printer, colour, and other print
settings) are the way you want.
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• Number of copies
The number of copies is displayed at the top right of the
screen (default: 1). See p.167
“Specifying the Number of
Copies” for details about changing the number of copies.
• Printer
The default printer is selected
using [Default Printer] in [Configuration] → [Print Scan Settings] →
[Printer] on the Web Status Monitor. For details, see Web Status
Monitor Help.
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• Color/Black and White
The default setting selected using [Color:Full Color] (in [3.Print
Scan Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu) is displayed at
the left end of the third line of
the screen. See p.171 “Selecting
Colour/Black and White” for
information about changing
this setting.
• Other print settings
The default settings configured
using [Scan Type], [Image Density], [Original Size], and [Reduce/Enlarge] in [5.Print Settings]
under the Scanner Features
menu are displayed as the second to fifth items on the third
line of the screen. See p.167
“Configuring Print Settings” to
change these settings.
C Press the {Start}} key of this machine.
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The original is scanned on this machine, and the scan data is printed
using the selected printer.
Note
❒ If you want to cancel printing,
press the {Clear/Stop}
} key.
Printing Scan Data
The “Ready” message changes to
“Printing...”.
Note
❒ Do not turn the power of this
machine off while B is displayed on the screen.
❒ Enter User ID and Password in
“Locked Print” screen if the
function is set from WebStatusMonitor.
D If you want to continue print scan
data by scanning the originals on
the exposure glass, repeat step B
and C.
Specifying the Number of
Copies
You can specify the number of copies
within the range that you have configured using [Max. Number of Copies]
in [3.Print Scan Settings] under the
Scanner Features menu.
A While
the Print Scan Ready
screen is displayed, enter the
number of copies you want by using the number keys.
Configuring Print Settings
When you perform a Print Scan operation, you can change the settings initially displayed on the screen (which
settings are those that you have configured and registered to [Default] in
[5.Print Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu).
A While the Print Scan Ready screen
is displayed, press [Settings].
The Print Settings screen is displayed.
B Select whether you configure the
print settings manually, or use
one of the user settings you have
registered.
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Reference
You can confirm the print settings you have registered. See
p.169 “Confirming the Print Settings”.
Note
❒ Press [Cancel] if you want to use
the settings you have registered
to [Default].
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen, and the number you
have entered is displayed at the
top right of the screen
❒ You cannot edit and save the
settings that you have registered to [User 1], [User 2] and [User 3] here. If you want to use one
of the user settings while changing some of them, recall the user
setting you want to use by highlighting it and pressing [OK]
first. And then, change the settings by selecting [Manual].
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To recall a registered print
settings
A Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [User 1], [User 2] or
[User 3] on the screen, and then
press [OK].
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen, and the corresponding print settings are displayed on the third line of the
screen.
To configure print settings
manually
A Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [Manual] on the
screen, and then press [Settings].
The first page of the Print Settings screen ( Print Settings 1/2)
is displayed.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the setup items you
want to change, and then press
[Settings].
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Reference
See p.85 “Information to Register in [Print Settings]” for
details about each of the setup items.
C Highlight the option you want
to select by using the {1} or
{ 0 } keys (and [↓
↓ Next] or
[↑
↑Prev.] if necessary), and then
press [OK].
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Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns
to the previous screen.
❒ When you select [Custom
Size], use the number keys to
enter the dimensions of the
scan area (width and height).
D Repeat steps B and C as necessary.
When you are finished, make
sure that the first page of the
Print Settings screen (Print Settings 1/2) is displayed.
E Press [↓
↓Next].
The second page of the Print
Settings screen (Print Settings
2/2) is displayed.
F Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the setup items you
want to change, and then press
[Settings].
Note
❒ If you change the settings in
[Enlarge], [Reduce] and [Create
Margin], only the latest setting
that you have selected within
all of these setup items applies.
Printing Scan Data
G Highlight the option you want
to select by using the {1} or
{0} keys, and then press [OK].
Note
❒ While the setting screen for
[Enlarge] or [Reduce] is displayed, highlighting one of
the preset ratio displays pairs
of “original size → copy paper size” on the third line of
the screen.
H If you want to set a custom ratio for [Enlarge] or [Reduce],
highlight the nearest preset ratio, press [Zoom], and then use
the number keys (or [-] and [+] )
to specify the ratio.
I Press [OK].
This saves the ratio you have
entered, and returns to the second page of the Print Settings
screen (Print Settings 2/2).
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
setting you have entered,
and returns to the previous
screen.
J When you are finished, press
[Exit].
This returns to the Print Settings
screen.
K Press [OK].
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen, and the print settings are displayed on the third
line of the screen.
Confirming the Print Settings
You can confirm the current print settings, or the print settings that you
have registered to [Default], [User 1],
[User 2] or [User 3].
Note
❒ You can confirm the [Default] settings by selecting [Manual] in step B
below, unless you configure the
print settings manually. After you
have manually configured the
print settings, selecting [Manual]
displays the current settings.
A While
the Print Scan Ready
screen is displayed, press [Settings].
The Print Settings screen is displayed.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to high-
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light [Manual], [User 1], [User 2] or
[User 3] on the screen, and then
press [Status].
The status screen of your selection
appears.
C Use [↓↓Next] and [↑↑Prev.] to display
the setting of the setup item you
want to confirm.
D When you are finished, press [Exit].
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E Press [Exit] or [OK].
To recall printers using a title
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
Note
❒ If you want to apply the print
settings you selected in step B,
press [OK]. If you want to exit
the status screen without changing anything, press [Exit].
Note
❒ Titles are displayed according to the settings in [Configuration] → [Basic Settings] →
[Scanner] → [Select Title] on
the Web Status Monitor.
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the title you want to
select, and then press [OK].
Selecting a Printer
When you perform a Print Scan operation, you can select a printer other
than the default printer (that is selected using [Default Printer] in [Configuration] → [Print Scan Settings] → [Printer]
on the Web Status Monitor).
A While
the Print Scan Ready
screen is displayed, press [Printer].
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B Display the printer you want to
select by using [↓
↓Next] or [↑
↑Prev.].
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The printers assigned to the selected title are displayed.
Note
❒ You can select the title under
which each of the registered
printers is assigned in [Configuration] → [Print Scan Settings] → [Printer] → [Assign
Title] on the Web Status Monitor.
❒ While highlighting a printer
name with its check box selected, press [Clear] to clear
the check box (this deselects
the printer).
❒ If you want to select from another title, press the {./*}
} (Title) key. This displays list of
titles again.
Printing Scan Data
To recall all available printers
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [All], and then press
[OK].
C Highlight the printer you want to
Selecting Colour/Black and
White
When you perform a Print Scan operation, you can select between “color”
scanning and “black and white” scanning. If you do not select this setting,
the default setting selected using
[Color/Black and White] (in [3.Print Scan
Settings] under the Scanner Features
menu) applies.
A While the Print Scan Ready screen
is displayed, press [CLR/B&W].
select, by using the {1} or {0}
key and then press [Select].
B Use the {1} or {0} key to highThis selects the check box next to
the printer name.
Note
❒ Selecting another printer automatically deselects the printer
currently selected (so the check
mark next to the printer is
cleared).
❒ While highlighting a printer
name with its check box selected, press [Clear] to clear the
check box (this deselects the
printer).
D Press [OK].
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen.
light [Black and White] or [Color] on
the screen.
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Note
❒ When the above screen is displayed, currently selected option is highlighted.
C While
the option you want is
highlighted, press [OK].
This returns to the Print Scan
Ready screen.
Note
❒ Pressing [Cancel] discards the
selected option, and returns to
the previous screen.
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9. Sending Scan Files Using
Delivery Server
This chapter explains procedures to deliver a scanned file to multiple destinations by using a delivery server with ScanRouter V2/Professional installed.
Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for sending a
scanned file using an address book on a delivery server. Note that the underlined steps are essential.
Note
❒ Some of the steps such as making scan settings are identical to those explained under “Sending Scan Files by E-mail”. See the relevant pages shown
to the right of the following overview diagram.
Place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
Select a destination.
Select a sender.
*1
⇒ p.130 “Before Sending
Scan Data”
⇒ p.174 “Selecting Delivery Destinations”
⇒ p.140 “Selecting a
Sender”
Make scan settings. *1
⇒ p.138 “Making Scan
Settings”
} key.
Press the {Start}
⇒ p.141 “Performing
Scan Operation”
Confirm the transmission results by using the Web Status
Monitor.
⇒ p.143 “Checking
Transmission Results”
The settings that are configured using ScanRouter V2/Professional determine the file
type and compression method of the image file to be distributed.
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Selecting Delivery Destinations
You can specify up to 100 destinations at a time, by selecting from the
registered destinations in the address
book of the delivery server.
C Use
[Next] and [Prev.] to scroll
through the pages, and display
the destination you want to select.
A Press the {1}} key.
D Use
Note
❒ You can skip this step when the
Delivery Server standby screen
is displayed.
❒ If you have configured with [User Authenticate] at ON, you will be
asked to enter your ID and password here. For details about
[Login] information, see p.21
“Login and Logout screens”.
The Delivery Server standby
screen is displayed.
B Press [Dest.].
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Note
❒ If “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List] in [2.Send
Scan Settings] under the Scanner
Features menu on this machine,
the destination list is automatically updated with the delivery
server’s mail address book,
when you press [Dest.]. See p.66
“Auto Update Destination List”
for details.
The list of destinations registered
to the delivery server appears.
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the {1} and {0} keys to
highlight the destination you
want to select, and then press [Select].
This selects the check box next to
the destination.
Note
❒
appears next to a group destination.
E Repeat steps C and D for selecting
each of the additional destinations.
Note
❒ While highlighting a destination with its check box selected,
press [Clear] to clear the check
box (this deselects the destination).
To recall destinations using a title
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
Note
❒ The titles that are configured
using ScanRouter V2/Professional appear.
Selecting Delivery Destinations
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight the title you want to
select, and then press [OK].
The destinations assigned to the
selected title are displayed.
F When
you are finished, press
[OK].
Th e Delivery Server stan dby
screen appears. The first destination you have selected appears at
the second line of the screen. When
you have selected multiple destinations, you can confirm them by
using the {1} and {0} keys.
Note
❒ You can select the title under
which each of the registered
destinations is assigned by
using ScanRouter V2/Professional.
C Highlight the destination you
want to select, and then press
[Select].
Note
❒ While highlighting a destination with its check box selected, press [Clear] to clear the
check box (this deselects the
destination).
❒ If you want to select from another title, press the {./*}
} (Title) key. This displays list of
titles again.
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To recall all available
destinations
A Press the {./*}
} (Title) key.
List of titles appears on the
screen.
B Use the {1} or {0} key to
highlight [All], and then press
[OK].
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10. Using the TWAIN Scanner
Function
This chapter describes the operations of DeskTopBinder Lite for scanning originals by using this machine as a TWAIN scanner. In addition, some functions of
the TWAIN driver are introduced.
You can select either “USB” or “Network” on your PC, using the TWAIN driver
configuration.
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Procedure Breakdown
The following overview diagram shows the flow of the steps for scanning originals from a client computer using the TWAIN driver.
Start a TWAIN-compliant application.
Select the TWAIN driver.
Menu may be different depending on the application
you use.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” A
Menu and Procedure may be different depending on
the application you use.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” A
Place the originals.
Start the TWAIN driver.
⇒ p.119 “Setting Originals”
Menu and procedure may be different depending on
the application you use.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” C
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Select the scanner you want to
use when multiple scanners are
connected to the network.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” C
Make the scan settings.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” C
Click [Scan] on the Scanner Property dialog box.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” D
Save the scanned image.
Menu and procedure may be different depending on
the application you use.
⇒ p.179 “Scanning Originals” E
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Scanning Originals
This section explains how to scan
originals using the network TWAIN
scanner function.
A Start
DeskTopBinder Lite, and
then select the scanner driver.
A On the [Start] menu, point to
[Program], point to [DeskTopBinder], and then click [DeskTopBinder].
B Click [Scanner Settings...] on the
[Tools] menu.
If the scanner is already selected, no scanner settings are necessary. Check the settings in the
[File format for scanned image(s)]
area, and then proceed to step
E.
C Click [Select Scanner Driver...].
D Select the name of the machine
you want to use in the [Source]
list, and then click [Select...].
E Click [OK].
B Place the original in the scanner.
Reference
⇒ p.119 “Setting Originals”
C Make the scan settings.
A On the [File] menu, point to
[Add Document], and then click
[Scan...].
Note
❒ A confirmation dialog box
appears with Windows XP
SP2. Close the box by clicking the [Close].
The TWAIN driver starts.
After a short while, the dialog
box of the TWAIN driver that
operates the scanner appears.
This dialog box is called the
Scanner Properties dialog box.
Note
❒ The name of the scanner currently being used is shown
on the title bar of the dialog
bo x. W h en m ult iple m achines are connected, make
sure that the indicated machine is the machine you
want to use. If it is different,
click [Select Scanner] to select
the scanner again.
❒ If the machine you want to
use is not displayed in the
list, make sure that the IP address is configured and that
the machine is correctly connected to the network. If the
machine is still not displayed
in the list after confirming
the above, consult with your
network administrator.
B Depending on the type of original or the objective for scanning, click the appropriate
button in [Mode].
• [Standard] is suitable for
scanning standard originals
that are comprised of mainly
text.
• [Photo] is suitable for scanning originals that include
photos, shaded illustrations,
etc.
• [OCR] is suitable for conversion processing with an OCR
(Optical Character Reading)
application after scanning
the original.
• [Filing] is suitable for use
with filing applications, etc.
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Note
❒ For advanced settings, click
[Detail] to display the Detail
window. For information
about the Detail window, see
TWAIN driver Help.
C According to the settings of
[Document:] and [Orientation:],
change the other setting of the
[Document] group.
Reference
For information about making settings for the [Document]
group, see p.121 “Original
Orientation” and TWAIN
driver Help.
When you want to configure the
scanning area
When you do not configure the
scanning area, the area scanned is
the size specified in the [Size:] box.
A Click [Preview].
Note
❒ A confirmation dialog box
appears with Windows XP
SP2. Close the box by clicking the [Close].
The original that was placed is
scanned and the [Preview] dialog
box appears. The scanning area
in the preview is displayed
within the broken lines.
B Configure the scanning area by
dragging a border or a corner.
When reconfiguring the area,
click and drag one corner of the
area towards or away from its
opposite corner.
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Note
❒ Depending on the scanning
resolution, the area to be
scanned may be subject to restrictions. For more information about the relationship
between the resolution and
the scanning area, see
TWAIN driver Help.
C Click [Close].
Note
❒ When an original placed in
the ADF is previewed, place
that original again.
D Click [Scan].
Note
❒ A confirmation dialog box appears with Windows XP SP2.
Close the box by clicking the
[Close].
When there are additional originals to scan, place the original, and
then click [Continue]. When there
are no more originals, click [Complete].
E Save
the scan file in DeskTopBinder Lite.
A On the [File] menu, click [Exit].
B Enter the file name, and then
click [OK].
The image is stored in DeskTopBinder Lite, and DeskTop-Binder Viewer closes.
- Editing and printing scan files
With DeskTopBinder Lite, it is possible to edit and print scan files. For
more information about how to edit
and print, see DeskTopBinder Lite
Help.
What You Can Do with the TWAIN Driver
What You Can Do with the TWAIN Driver
The following is an introduction to the various functions of the TWAIN driver:
Reference
For more information about these functions or other functions, see TWAIN
driver Help.
Functions of the TWAIN Driver
Functions
About
Explanation
Scan Mode
Standard/Photo/OCR/Filing, User
saved 100 scan modes
You can call out and save the original Scan
Modes.
Orientation:
Standard 0 deg./Right
90 deg./180 deg./Left
90 deg.
You can rotate the image to have originals
scanned in correct orientation depending on the
place to set the originals. If you are scanning the
duplex printed originals, set the [Scan Settings:]
as well.
Comb./Series
Combine 2 pages to
1/Combine 4 pages to
1/divide to 2 pages/Do
not divide/No combination or division
You can divide two-page spread originals to two
individual page images, or combine duplex
printed originals to a simplex one page image.
256 Colors (in
[Col./ Grad.:])
←
Endorser
User set characters/Date/Counter
Reduces 24bit colour data to 8bit to make the
data size smaller.
You can add the information mentioned in the
left to the scanned images. You can change the
size and the fonts of the endorser.
ICM: (in [Color
Matching])
←
When you enable ICM, the TWAIN Driver will
match the colour data according to the colour
profile.
Deskew
←
Detects and corrects the tilt of the text strings.
Start from Scanner
←
Press the {Start}
} key of the scanner to start scanning the originals.
Preview
←
You can confirm the settings you made for the
scanning images before scanning the originals.
SADF
←
Scanning starts when you set the originals on the
ADF. When you are scanning the originals which
are apt to be double fed, enable SADF and set the
originals one by one on the ADF.
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11. Appendix
Troubleshooting
When An Original Is Jammed
In ADF
When an original is jammed In the
ADF, remove the original by the following procedures.
A Open the ADF cover and if you
Note
❒ The jammed original will move
toward the direction against the
direction of the knob rotation.
Rotate the knob in either direction until the original finishes its
movement completely.
find a part of the jammed original, remove it.
AFJ010S
B If you find the original jammed
all in the ADF, first open the cover A, and rotate the knob B to remove the jammed original.
AFJ011S
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When Scanning is Not Performed as Expected
Condition
The scanned image is dirty.
Possible Cause and Required Action
• Exposure glass, the ADF exposure glass,
white sheet or original roller is dirty.
• Clean the exposure glass, the ADF exposure glass, white sheet, or original roller ⇒
p.195 “Cleaning”
Image is distorted or out of position.
• The original was moved while scanning.
Do not move the original while scanning.
• The original was not pressed flat against
the exposure glass. Make sure that the original is pressed flat against the exposure
glass.
The scanned image is upside down.
• The original was placed upside down.
Place the original in the correct orientation.
⇒ p.121 “Original Orientation”
No image results from scanning.
• The original was placed with the front and
back reversed. When the original is placed
directly on the exposure glass, the side to
be scanned must face down. When the
original is fed via the ADF, the side to be
scanned must face up.
The printer that you have specified for print- • If an error message is shown on the display
ing scanned data does not print after you perof this machine, see p.184 “When an Error
form a Print Scan operation.
Message Appears” to eliminate the error.
• If no error message is displayed on this machine, it means an error has occurred on the
printer, or the printer may not be configured properly. Confirm that the printer operates normally, and is properly
configured. See the manual that comes
with the printer.
When an Error Message Appears
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When an error message appears, see the following lists of error messages to find
possible causes of the error, and take the steps necessary to eliminate the cause
of the error.
The lists are classified into several categories such as “Scanner Unit Error Messages”, “Scan Settings Error Messages” and “Send Scan Operation Error Messages”, making it easy for you to find the error you encounter.
This section includes all the error messages that are displayed on this machine,
and also includes some of the error messages displayed on the Web Status Monitor.
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Troubleshooting
Note
❒ If an error message that is not contained in this section appears, turn off the
power of this machine, and then back on. If the message still is shown, note
the content of the message and the error number and contact your service representative.
Reference
See the TWAIN driver help when an error message appears on the client computer from which you use this machine as a TWAIN scanner.
Scanner unit error messages
Message
Cover Open
Close ADF Cover.
Possible Cause and Required Action
• The ADF cover is open. Close it.
[Exit]
Paper Misfeed Remove the origi- • Some pages are jammed in the ADF. Remove the jammed pages.
nal(s) in ADF.
[Exit]
Functional Problems Turn opera- • Confirm that the scanner is properly connected to the network.
tion switch off then on. If the
same error occurs again, please • When the machine is moved from a cold location to a warm location, sudden tempercall service.
ature changes cause condensation inside of
the scanner. Wait one hour or more before
turning on the scanner to allow the condensation to evaporate.
• Restart the scanner. If the error appears
again, note the contents of the error message and the error number, and contact a
service centre. (“SC4xxx” is the error
number. The number displayed differs according to the error type.)
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Scan settings error messages
Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Cannot detect the scan size.
Check whether the original is
set, then select the proper
size.
The original is not on the exposure glass, or it
is placed but the scan size cannot be automatically detected.
[Exit]
• If the original is not there, place it on the exposure glass.
• Because the scanner detects the scan size
when the ADF is opened and closed, make
sure you open the ADF to an angle of 30 degrees or more.
Exceeded Job Delivery Data Max. Scanning of the first original has failed.
Scanning will be stopped and
• Confirm the setting in [4.Scan Settings] →
the scanned data will be delet[Scan Type]. If “Color:Full Color” is selected, change to another option. “Black and
ed.
[Exit]
White:Text” is good for scanning most
monochrome originals, and even “Black
and White:Text/Photo” is enough for scanning originals in 2 colors (e.g. an original
containing text printed in black and charts
drawn in red).
• Confirm the setting in [4.Scan Settings] →
[Resolution]. Specify a lower resolution, if
the current setting is unnecessarily high.
Normally, 200dpi or lower resolution setting is enough for scanning text.
• Set [Compression (Black and White)] in [2.Send
Scan Settings] to “On” when [Scan Type] in
[4.Scan Settings] is set to one of the “Black
and White” options.
Set [Compression (Gray Scale/Full Color] in
[2.Send Scan Settings] to an option that is
higher than the current setting, when [Scan
Type] in [4.Scan Settings] is set to one of the
“Color” options.
• Make the value of the following settings
larger using the Web Status Monitor:
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•
[Configuration] → [E-mail Settings] → [Email] → [Max. E-mail Size] when sending
scan data as an e-mail attachment
•
[Configuration] → [Delivery Settings] →
[Delivery] → [Job Delivery Data Max. Setting] when sending scan data using a
delivery server
•
[Configuration] → [File Send Settings] →
[Send File] → [Job Delivery Data Max. Setting] when sending scan data to a Windows shared folder or an FTP server
Troubleshooting
Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Exceeded Job Delivery Data Max.
Send the current scanned data
or delete to cancel this job.
Scanning of the second or subsequent original
has failed.
[ Delete ] [ Send ]
• To send the data up to the previous page
scanned, press [Send]. After the B mark on
the screen disappears, press the {Start}
} key
to scan the remaining pages.
• If you press [Delete], scanned data is deleted and the document is not sent. Try scanning with such settings that make data size
smaller, or perform scanning several times
to create a number of separate files, each of
which file size is small enough for a Send
Scan operation.
Send Scan (E-mail, Send File (SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server) operation error messages
Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Updating the destination list... • When “On” is selected for [Auto Update Destination List] in [2.Send Scan Settings] on this
Please wait.
machine, pressing [Dest.] accesses the sender and destination information from the
delivery server, and updates the address
book. This function allows you access the
latest destination information. Depending
on the number of destinations and senders
registered, and the network conditions,
you may have to wait a moment while the
address book is being updated.
Updating destination list failed. Address book (list of destinations and senders) information could not be accessed on the
Do you want to try again?
[Yes][No]
delivery server. Click [Yes] and try again. If the
same message appears, one of the following
may have occurred.
• The delivery server is not turned on, or it is
not being serviced.
• The delivery server is temporarily down
for reasons such as insufficient memory.
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Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Cannot communicate with the server. • If you specified to perform a Scan to Folder
(SMB) operation, check if the power of the
Check the server status and conneccomputer on which the Windows shared
tion.
[Exit]
folder exists is turned on.
• If you specified to perform a Send Scan operation using a delivery server, check if the
delivery server is turned on.
• If you specified to perform a [Enter Custom
Send File] operation using the Web Status
Monitor, click [Back] on the Web browser,
enter [Login Password], and then click [Test].
If the message “Connection to the Send File
Path has failed. Confirm the settings.” is
displayed, [Send File Path] is not specified
correctly.
Sending data has failed. Scan with • The machine failed to send scanned data
due to a network connection problem. Afthe same settings and re-send.
[Exit]
ter confirming that the network cable is
properly connected, try performing another Send Scan operation using the same settings. If the same message appears, there
may be network congestion. Consult your
network administrator.
Exceeded max. scan pages. To scan • Continued scanning and reached the maximum scan limit (100 pages). Press [Exit].
remaining pages as a new job, press
The scanned original is sent. The specified
[Exit] then press the Start key.
[Exit]
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destination and scanning condition settings remain the same even after you have
pressed [Exit]. Place the next original and
press the {Start}
} key.
Troubleshooting
Print Scan operation error messages
Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Printer is offline. Check • The printer you have selected for printing is currently
offline. Press the {Online}
} key on the printer to make it
the printer.
[Exit]
online. Press [Exit] to start printing.
The printer is currently • The printer is currently in use. Press [Exit] to cancel the
print job (this discards the scan data), and try again latin use. Cannot print.
[Exit]
er.
Selected printer is not • The printer is not compatible with this machine. Select
other printer that is supported for use with this masupported. Check the
chine.
printer.
[Exit]
No response from the de- • The printer is not responding. Check if the power of
the printer is turned on, and the cables are connected
vice. Check the power and
correctly.
cables.
[Exit]
Warming up... Check the • The printer is not ready to print, because it is still
warming up. Wait until the printer is ready.
printer.
[Exit]
Add paper to the print- • Take the necessary actions in accordance with the message that is displayed. See the manual that comes with
er.
[Exit]
Add Toner Replace Toner
Bottle in the printer.
the printer for information about adding paper, replacing toner bottle, closing the cover of the printer, or
clearing misfeeds.
[Exit]
Cover Open Check the
printer.
[Exit]
Paper Misfeed Check the
printer.
[Exit]
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Functional Problems Check • The printer has functional problems other than those
mentioned above. Check to make sure that the printer
the printer.
[Exit]
operates normally. See the manual that comes with the
printer.
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Error messages displayed on the Web Status Monitor
Message
Possible Cause and Required Action
Wrong parameter for
Login User Name.
• The format for entering [Login User Name] is incorrect.
Confirm that [Login User Name] is specified in the format of “work group name\user name” or “domain
name\user name”. For example, when the work group
name is “abcd” and the user name is “john”, enter “abcd\john” into [Login User Name].
Wrong parameter for
Send File Path Name.
• The information entered to [Send File Path], [Login User
Name], or [Login Password] is incorrect. When entering
information, be careful not to mix up upper case letters
and lower case letters.
• In most cases, it is required to enter the password into
[Login Password] for the user entered in [Login User
Name]. However, when accessing a shared folder that is
password protected under Windows 95/98/98
SE/Me, it is necessary to enter the shared folder’s protection password into [Login Password]. Confirm the
operating system of the computer that you are trying
to access, and make necessary settings in accordance
with it, as described the above.
Unable to make configu- • This machine is currently used as a network TWAIN
scanner, by another client computer.
rations because Scanner
is currently in use.
• You may be trying another [Enter Custom Send File] operation. Before performing another [Enter Custom Send
Please try again later.
File] operation, it is necessary to press [PrevMenu] on the
control panel of this machine to display a Send File
standby screen.
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Troubleshooting
Other Problems
Problem
Possible Cause and Required Action
Two or more units of this machine
with the same (or similar) device
name exist on the same network.
• You can change the device name of this machine from
[Configuration] → [Basic Settings] → [General Settings] →
[Device Name] on the Web Status Monitor. The factory
default for the device name is “RNP******” (“******” is
the last six digit of the machine’s MAC address). When
you change the device name, note that you cannot
change to a name that starts with “RNP”.
Cannot login to this machine using a Web browser.
• Check the display panel of this machine. When the
Scanner Features menu is displayed, it becomes unavailable to access this machine using a Web browser.
Press [Exit] or the {User Tools}
} key to return to a standby
screen. See p.16 “Scanner Features Menu”
• Check if the IP address of this machine is correctly configured, in accordance with the assignment of the network that this machine belongs. When configured
incorrectly, it is not possible to access this machine using a Web browser. You can confirm the IP address of
this machine using [IP Address] in [1.System Settings] under Scanner Features menu. If the IP address of this machine is set to “11.22.33.44”, it means that you haven’t
configured this machine yet, or all the settings of this
machine have returned to their default values for some
reasons. In this case, you have to configure all the necessary settings including the IP address and scan settings, etc.
• When you use this machine on a DHCP environment,
and when the IP address of this machine is allocated
dynamically, the machine’s IP address changes each
time this machine turns on. Under this condition, it is
necessary for you to check the current IP address of this
machine, and then enter the address to a Web browser
from which you access this machine. (It makes no sense
to add the current address to favorite, because it changes each time this machine turns on.) If it is possible, we
recommend you to assign an IP address of this machine
statistically, even when you use this machine on a
DHCP environment. You still have to select “DHCP”
for [Network Boott] in [1.System Settings] to have the IP
address of this machine allocated automatically.
No response from the display
panel when it is touched.
• The display panel of this machine is not a touch panel.
To use keys displayed on the screen, press the function
keys. See p.14 “Using Keys Displayed on the Screen” .
Entered information or selected
option is cleared while operating.
• Auto Reset Timer is activated. After a specified period
of the last operation, this machine automatically returns to the state immediately after power-on. You can
change the time after which the Auto Reset Timer
works, or even disable it. See p.65 “Auto Reset Timer” .
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Problem
Possible Cause and Required Action
This machine does not work in ac- • After configuring the scan settings (specifically, after
cordance with the scan settings
clicking [OK] on the [Scan Settings] screen) on the Web
configured on the Web Status
Status Monitor, press the {Clear Modes}
} key. By pressMonitor.
ing the {Clear Modes}
} key, the settings under [Scan Settings] of this machine instantly reflect the settings
configured using the Web Status Monitor.
Some of the registered destina• Check if [All] is displayed at the top right corner of the
tions are not displayed on the des“Select destination(s).” screen.
tination list.
If another title like [A], [B] or [Freq.] is on the screen, it
means that you have searched destinations using the
{./*}
} (Title) key, and only the matched destinations are
currently available for selection. In this case, press the
{./*}
} (Title) key, highlight [All], and then press [OK]. See
p.136 “To recall all available destinations” for details.
The e-mail destinations (including
Cc destinations) are cleared when
a file name is specified.
When you perform a Send Scan operation, note the following things.
• You cannot use the following functions at the same
time:
• Scan to E-mail (referred to as “e-mail function”
here)
• Scan to Folder (SMB) (referred to as “SMB function”
here)
• Scan to FTP (referred to as “FTP function” here)
When you select [File Name] and then press [Settings] on
the screen shown above, it means that you select either
of the SMB or FTP function, and the e-mail function is
disabled. Because of this, the e-mail destinations are
cleared automatically.Specifying [To:], [Cc:], or [Subject]
disables the SMB or FTP function. Specifying [SMB] disables the e-mail and FTP function. Specifying [FTP] disables the e-mail and SMB function.
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Troubleshooting
Adjusting the position to start
reading the originals
❖ Originals on the ADF Front Side
Note
❒ Configure the positions of an original at: {User Tools}
} -> [2. Send Scan
Settings] -> [16. Registration]; you
can configure the original positions to adjust the vertical and/or
horizontal values among: [1. Exposure Glass], [2. ADF Front Side] and
[3. ADF Back Side].
With this function, you can adjust the
start position of where the originals
are read. If the image does not be read
from the correct position, or the black
line appears on the tips of the images,
use this function.
The following illustrations show the
relationship between the changes of
values and the starting position of
scanning. The maximum value that
you can set is 2 millimeters to both
negative and positive directions for
both Vertical and Horizontal direction.
❖ Originals on the Exposure Glass and
ADF Back Side
AFJ061S
1. Vertical
2. Horizontal
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
AFJ004S
The Scanner Features menu is displayed.
B Press the {2}} key.
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The Send Scan Settings menu is
displayed, and “1. Send
File/TWAIN Priority” appears as
the setup item currently selected.
AFJ064S
1. Vertical
2. Horizontal
C Press
[↓
↓Next] till “16. Registration” appears.
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D Press [Settings].
I Repeat from step F to change the
value for the other direction.
J Press [Exit].
E Select the place you want to adjust with [↑
↑Prev.] and [↓
↓Next] and
press [Settings].
K Repeat from step E to change the
value for the other place.
L Press [Exit] three times.
Press [Exit] to return to the previous page.
F Select the direction you want to
adjust with { 0 } and { 1 } and
press [Settings].
Press [Exit] to return to the previous page.
G Select the value you want to adjust with [↑
↑ ] and [↓
↓] and press
[Settings].
Press [Exit] to return to the previous page without adjusting.
Returns to the previous page.
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H Press [Exit].
Returns to the “16. Registration”
screen.
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This returns to the standby screen.
Cleaning
Cleaning
R WARNING:
• Never remove any covers or
screws other than those specified in this manual. The inside
of the scanner contains highvoltage components that can
cause electrical shock. Have
all inspections, adjustments,
and repairs inside the scanner
performed by an authorized
dealer only.
• Do not attempt to modify this
scanner in any way. Modification can cause fire or electrical
shock.
R CAUTION:
• When disconnecting the power
cord, always make sure to hold
onto the plug. Do not pull on the
power cord itself. This can cause
damage to the cord, fire or electrical shock.
We recommend periodically cleaning
the scanner to ensure that it is in optimum operating condition. First, wipe
off the scanner with a dry, soft cloth.
Next, dampen a soft cloth with water,
wring it out tightly, and then wipe off
the scanner. Use a neutral detergent
for exterior portions of the scanner
where soiling cannot be removed
with water alone. Wipe off the rubber
rollers with ethyl alcohol, and then
wipe with a cloth dampened with water. Finally, wipe off the rollers and
exterior with a dry cloth to remove
any excess moisture.
Important
❒ Do not use volatile chemicals such
as benzene, paint thinner or spray
with insecticides. This can cause
deformation, discoloration and
cracking.
❒ Wipe off the Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF) with a dry, clean
cloth when there is dust or soiling
present inside.
Cleaning ADF Lifting Up
R CAUTION:
• Be careful not to pinch your fingers when closing the Automatic
Document Feeder (ADF).
A Turn off the power of the scanner
and unplug the power cable from
the outlet.
B Wipe off the exposure glass, ADF
exposure glass and white sheet
with a dry, soft cloth.
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1. White Sheet
2. ADF Exposure Glass
3. Exposure Glass
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C Wipe off the Roller with a tightly
squeezed wet cloth.
C Wipe
off the Pick Roller of the
Pick Roller Unit, Feed Roller and
Roller with a tightly squeezed
wet cloth.
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1. Roller
AFJ015S
Cleaning the Interior of ADF
A Turn off the power of the scanner
and unplug the power cable from
the outlet.
B Open the cover of ADF.
1. Pick Roller
2. Feed Roller
3. Roller
Note
❒ Be sure to clean the Feed Roller,
particularly after you have
scanned the originals of low fixing materials such as a pencil.
With no such cleaning, the next
original to scan may be stained.
D Wipe
off the Pick Roller of the
ADF Pad and Feed Roller with a
tightly squeezed wet cloth.
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1. Feed Roller
2. ADF Pad
Replacing that Disposable Parts
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Cleaning
Part Names and Replacing
Intervals of the Consumable Parts
Replacing the Consumable
Parts
The Pick Roller Unit and ADF Pad are
disposable parts. Be sure to replace
them according to the referential values as in the following.
A Turn off the power of the scanner
Part Name
Replacing Interval
Scanner Maintenance Kit Type 200
90,000 originals
The intervals of replacement are
merely referential. Remind that they
are variant according to the originals
to be scanned, frequency of cleaning
and frequency of use. The duplex
scanning is also counted as one original to be scanned.
Y ou ca n check a nd ma na ge the
number of scanning by the ADF and
timing of replacing the disposable
parts. Refer to p.199 “Displaying and
Resetting the Counter of Consumable
Parts”.
and unplug the power cable from
the outlet.
B Open the cover of ADF.
AFJ014S
C Open
the cover the Pick Roller
Unit.
Important
❒ Do not use the disposables other
than our designated parts.
AFJ017S
Note
❒ Open toward the front by depressing the pawl situated at
the upper part of the cover.
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D Detaching the left side of the Pick
Roller Unit A , then detach the
right side as well sliding it to the
leftward, and remove the Unit.
G Open the cover A.
AFJ021S
H Press down the ADF Pad from the
AFJ018S
rear.
E Replace with a new Pick Roller
Unit.
A By rotating the gear of the right
side of the ADF cover A, expose
the mark B.
AFJ022S
* The ADF Pad is removed.
I Close the cover A.
AFJ019S
B
Insert the right side shaft of the
Pick Roller Unit A, aligning
with the mark, and insert the
left side of the shaft as well B.
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AFJ023S
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F Close the Pick Roller Unit cover.
Cleaning
J Insert a new ADF Pad.
B Press the {1}} key.
“1. Function Priority” of the Send
Scan Settings is displayed.
C Select the “17. Supply Counter”,
using [↓
↓Next] or [↑
↑Prev.].
AFJ024S
K Close the ADF cover.
L Insert the power plug
into the
power outlet, and turn on the
power of this machine.
D Press [Settings].
M Reset the Pickup counter and the
ADF Pad counter.
Reference
Refer to p.199 “Displaying and
Resetting the Counter of Consumable Parts” to reset the
counters.
The counter displays the number
after changing the Pick Roller Unit
and ADF Pad.
E Press [Reset].
Displaying and Resetting the
Counter of Consumable Parts
F Press [Yes].
A Press the {User Tools}} key.
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The number of the counter shows
“0” (zero).
AFJ004S
The initial screen is displayed.
Note
❒ Press [No], if you have not
changed the Pick Roller Unit
and ADF Pad.
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G Press [Cancel].
The screen returns to D “17. Supply
Counter” menu.
H Press [Exit] twice.
This returns to the standby screen.
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Moving and Transporting the Scanner
Moving and Transporting the Scanner
• Safety laws and regulations (including those stipulating radio
wave regulations and material regulations) differ in each country.
Use of this product and its consumable supplies, etc. in foreign
countries in violation of these regulations may be punishable by
law.
• Information regarding measures
for ensuring safe transport can be
obtained from an authorized dealer. However, packaging and transport are to be performed by the
customer.
Transporting the Scanner
A Turn on the Power Switch.
B Press the {User Tools}} key.
AFJ004S
Moving Over Short Distance
A Turn off the power of the scanner
and unplug the power cord from
the outlet.
The scanner features menu is displayed.
C Press the {1}} key.
B Disconnect
all cables connected
to the scanner.
C Carry the scanner.
The System Settings menu is displayed, and “1. Function Priority”
appears as the setup item currently
selected.
D Press [↓↓Next] till “16. Prepare Carriage Lock” is selected.
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AFJ051S
Important
❒ Try to keep the scanner as level
as possible while carrying.
“Prepare Carriage Lock” screen
appears.
E Press [Settings].
“Do you want to lock the carriage?” appears.
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F Press [Yes].
K Place the scanner in the original
box and transport.
“Preparation complete. Turn Lock
Switch to Lock.” appears.
G Press [Exit].
Returns to the “16. Prepare Carriage Lock” menu screen.
H Press [Exit].
Returns to the standby screen.
I Set the Lock
Switch at the lock
position of the scanner to the
{Lock}
} position and turn off the
power.
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AFJ058S
J Disconnect
all cables connected
to the scanner.
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Important
❒ This scanner is a precision device. Be careful so that it is not
damaged during transport.
❒ Use the cushioning materials
provided with the scanner at
the time of purchase.
Disposing of the Scanner
Disposing of the Scanner
When you want to dispose of your scanner, contact your dealer or a service representative.
Important
❒ Never dispose of the lithium batteries by incineration. This can cause them to
rupture resulting in injury.
Note
❒ Please return used NIC boards to our authorized dealer or service representative. Your cooperation with our recycling activities is appreciated.
❒ NIC boards are equipped with a lithium battery. In the case NIC boards are
disposed of by the customer, please dispose them in accordance with national
or local regulations after separating the lithium batteries from the NIC board.
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Appendix
E-mail Address Book Data Format and
Device Tag Information
This section describes the data format of CSV files that are exported by selecting
[Entered Program Information] and [Device Tag Information] using the Web Status
Monitor. Read this section when you create or edit a CSV file for updating the
address book of this machine.
Reference
For information about the procedures, see p.95 “To export the address data to
a CSV file”.
Entered Program Information
The following table shows example contents of a CSV file that is exported from
the address book (e-mail destination list) of this machine using the Web Status
Monitor. You can use a CSV file created in this format, to update the address
book data of this machine.
Line 1
#Entered Program Information
Line 2
#Format Version:3.1.1.0
Line 3
#Obtained Date:16/04/2004 07:35:36
Line 4
#Device Name:RNP7983AD
Line 5
#Address:192.168.0.133
Line 6
#Program No.,Type,Name,Displayed Name,Freq.,Title 1,Title 2,Title 3,E-mail,Sender,Password,User Code, Assigned Group
Line 7
[00001], [A], [Sam], [Sam], [1], [1], [6], [1], [Sam@company.com], [1], [], [], []
Line 8
[00002], [A], [Jane], [Jane], [1], [1], [4], [1], [Jane@company.com], [1], [], [], []
Note
❒ Lines 1 through 6 contain information obtained from this machine. When you
want to update the address book of this machine using a CSV file, use an exported CSV file and edit it, while leaving these lines as they are.
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❒ Line 7 and subsequent lines include e-mail address information. For details,
see “About the e-mail address information” below.
❒ The default name of a CSV file that is exported using [Entered Program Information] is “<device name>_addr.csv”. When the When the <device name> of this
machine is set to “RNP625C65”, for example, the default file name becomes
“RNP625C65_addr.csv”.
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E-mail Address Book Data Format and Device Tag Information
About the e-mail address information
The following example shows a set of values that constitute an e-mail address
record. When you edit a CSV file for updating the address book data of this machine, insert a line that is formatted in the following way per an e-mail address
record into the file.
Example of an e-mail address record:
[00015], [A], [Edward], [Edward], [0], [1], [2], [3], [Edward@abcdefg.com], [1], [TExMTA==], [] []
❖ [00015] : Program No.
Indicates the number for the e-mail address.
❖ [A] : Type
The value of this item is fixed to “A”. “A” indicates the e-mail address type is
“user”.
❖ [Edward] : Name
Indicates the e-mail address owner (user) name.
❖ [Edward] : Key Display
Indicates the name to appear on the control panel.
❖ [0] : Frequently Used Title(s)
Determines whether the e-mail address information is to be registered to the
[Freq.] title.
[0] : Registered [1] : Not registered
❖ [1] : Title 1
This item is used only when you select “Japanese” as the display language of
this machine.
❖ [2] : Alphabet (Title 2)
Determines under which alphabetical title this e-mail address record belongs
to.
Title2 Convention:
ABC=1,DEF=2,GHI=3,JLK=4,MNO=5,PQRS=6,TUV=7,WXYZ=8
For example, [2] indicates “DEF” is selected for the alphabetical title of this
record.
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❖ [3] : Custom Title (Title 3)
Determines under which Custom Title this e-mail address record belongs to.
Title3 Convention:
1=1,2=2,3=3,4=4,5=5
For example, [3] indicates “03” is selected for the Custom Title of this record.
❖ [Edward@abcdefg.com] : E-mail Address
Indicates the destination's e-mail address.
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❖ [1] : Register as Sender
Determines whether the e-mail address is used not only as the destination but
as the sender also.
[0] : Not used as sender [1] : Used as sender
❖ [TExMTA==] : Protected Password
When an e-mail address record in the exported CSV file from this machine is
password protected, the encrypted password appears like the one shown
above.
Note
❒ When you update the address book of this machine using a CSV file, create
the file with its password entries are all left blank. You can set a sender’s
password for each of the e-mail addresses after you have imported the
CSV file, by selecting an e-mail address and clicking [Change] button inside
the [E-mail Address] screen (which you can display from [Configuration] → [Email Settings] → [E-mail Address] ) on the Web Status Monitor.
Note
❒ The last two items (shown as “[], []” in the example) are fixed to blank for this
machine.
Device Tag Information
The following table shows an example of the Device Tag Information, which
contains the title information of this machine. You can export the Device Tag Information to a CSV file using the Web Status Monitor.
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Line 1
#Device Tag Information
Line 2
#Obtained Date:16/04/2004 07:36:14
Line 3
#Device Name:RNP7983AD
Line 4
#Address:192.168.0.133
Line 5
#Program Frequently Used Title(s),Off=0,On=1,
Line 6
Program Title 1,,
Line 7
Program Title 2,ABC=1,DEF=2,GHI=3,JKL=4,MNO=5,PQRS=6,TUV=7,WXYZ=8,
Line 8
Program Title 3,1=1,2=2,3=3,4=4,5=5,
Note
❒ You can use the Device Tag Information file only for your reference. It cannot
be imported to this machine.
❒ The default name of a CSV file that is exported using [Device Tag Information]
is “<device name>_taginfo.csv”.
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How File Size Changes Depending on Scan Area and Resolution
How File Size Changes Depending on
Scan Area and Resolution
Scan area and resolution determine the file size of a scanned data. The following
general rules apply:
• Doubling the scan area doubles the file size.
• Doubling the resolution (dpi) quadruples the file size.
• Setting higher resolution makes available scan area smaller, while setting
larger scan area lowers available resolution.
When Using this Machine as a TWAIN Scanner
The following tables show file sizes in accordance with the scan area and resolution settings, when scanning is performed by using this machine as a TWAIN
scanner.
Note
❒ In the following tables, each of the values inside of white cells display the data
size in KB, determined by the scan area to the left and the resolution at the top.
❒ The following tables show file sizes without compression.
❒ Actual file sizes may vary depending on the file type setting (single page, PDF
or multi-page TIFF).
❒ A “-” in a cell means that the combination of the relevant settings is not available.
❒ Even when a file size is shown in a cell, it may happen that you cannot perform a scanning operation with the relevant settings due to the limitation of
the TWAIN-compliant application you use for scanning. For information
about the maximum file size that the application can handle, see the manual
that comes with the application.
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When [Binary] or [Halftone] is selected
*1 This size can be configured on the USB TWAIN menu.
When [Gray-scale] is selected
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*1 This size can be configured on the USB TWAIN menu.
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How File Size Changes Depending on Scan Area and Resolution
When [8 colors] or [8 colors (halftone)] is selected
*1 This size can be configured on the USB TWAIN menu.
When [256 colors] is selected
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*1 This size can be configured on the USB TWAIN menu.
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When [16770K colors] is selected
*1 This size can be configured on the USB TWAIN menu.
When Using this Machine for Sending Scan Data
The following tables show file sizes in accordance with the scan area and resolution settings, when scanning is performed using Scan to E-mail, Scan to File
(SMB/FTP), or the delivery server function.
Note
❒ In the following tables, each of the values inside of white cells display the data
size in KB, determined by the scan area to the left and the resolution at the top.
❒ The following tables show file sizes without compression.
❒ Actual file sizes may vary depending on the file type setting (single page, PDF
or multi-page TIFF).
❒ A “×” in a cell means that the combination of the relevant settings is not available.
❒ A “” in a cell means that the combination of the relevant settings is available
only when you perform scanning with a compression setting.
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How File Size Changes Depending on Scan Area and Resolution
When [Black and White:Text], [Black and White:Text/Photo] or [Black and
White:Photo] is selected
When [Black and White:Gray Scale] is selected
When [Color:Full Color] is selected
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Appendix
Option
❖ Special Table
• Table Type 4000
Provides comfortable installation of this machine.
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Specifications
Specifications
Type:
Desktop flatbed colour scanner
Scanning method
Fixed document scanning and moving document scanning
Scanning area
• Exposure Glass
Main direction :
215mm (8.5”) Max.
Sub-direction :
297mm (11.7”) Max.
Resolution
Main scanning: 600dpi
• ADF
Main direction:
215mm (8.5”) Max.
Sub-direction:
2000mm (78.7”) Max.
(when scanning in binary)
630mm (24.8”) Max.
(when scanning in colour or gray scale)
Sub scanning: 600dpi
Scanning grade
Input: 10 bit per colour/pixel
Output: 8 bit per colour/pixel
Scan to E-mail/FTP/SMB
Scan Speed *1
Binary: 33 pages/minute
Full Colour: 10 pages/minute
(Scan size: A4 S, Scan type: Text, Resolution: 200dpi,
Simplex Scanning)
USB TWAIN
Binary: 33 pages/minute
Full Colour: 16 pages/minute
(Scan size: A4 S Resolution: 200dpi, Simplex Scanning
Scanning time
Binary: 4.0msec/line
Colour: 5.6msec/line
Interface
Network
connection
Ethernet interface × 1
(10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX)
High speed USB (USB2.0, SCSI-2 only for internal connection)
Control
Memory
Function
expansion
Type II PC card slot × 1(The slot is used exclusively for
the USB interface card (USB 2.0) that comes with this machine.), SD card slot × 1
Display panel
240 x 64 pixels, STN liquid crystal (4-line monochrome
display)
Operation keys
Number keys, 4 function keys, cursor keys (left/right),
Start, Clear/Stop, Scanner Features, Reset, #, *
Display language
Japanese, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian
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RAM: 128MB (64 MB is used for image processing)
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Self diagnosis function
Automatically turns the power off and back on, when a
system freeze of the machine has occurred.
Main features
• Supports network TWAIN driver
• Scan to Print
• Scan to E-mail
• Scan to Folder (SMB)
• Scan to FTP
• Delivery Server
Life of flatbed
5 years
Operating environment
Temperature: 10-32 °C (50-89.6 °F), humidity 15-80%
Power
100-240V, 50/60Hz 1.2A
Power consumption
During operation: 140W
During standby: 60W
During Low Power mode: 12W
Warm-up time
Max. 40 seconds
Transition time to the low power
mode
About 15 minutes after the last operation or the end of
the last scan job
Dimensions
448x486.2x194.3mm (17.6”x19.1”x7.6”)(WxDxH)
Weight
Approximately 13.9kg (30.6lb) (only scanner, excluding
operation panel)
*1
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The scanning speed may differ according to the operating environment of the machine and the computer, and the contents of the original.
Software Information
Software Information
GPL/LGPL Application
Software
The software included in this product
is software applying GPL/LGPL.
Customers who use or purchase this
product have rights to obtain, modify
or redistribute the source code for the
applicable software. If you wish to obtain the GPL/LGPL application source
code used in this product, please access
http://www.ricoh.com/support/
linux/.
BSD License Application
Software
This product includes software developed by the University of California,
Berkeley and its contributors.
Copyright (c) 1985, 1989, 1990 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1.
2.
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer.
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with
the distribution.
3.
All advertising materials mentioning
features or use of this software must
display the following acknowledgement:
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its
contributors.
4.
Neither the name of the University nor
the names of its contributors may be
used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY
THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS
OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGE.
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The Apache Software License
Application Software
This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).
The Apache Software License, Version 1.1
Copyright (c) 2000 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1.
Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2.
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with
the distribution.
3.
The end-user documentation included
with the redistribution, if any, must include the following acknowledgment:
“This product includes software
developed by the Apache Software
Foundation (http://www.apache.
org/).”
Alternately, this acknowledgment may
appear in the software itself, if and
wherever such third-party acknowledgments normally appear.
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The names “Apache” and “Apache
Software Foundation” must not be used
to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior
written permission. For written permission, please contact
apache@apache.org.
Products derived from this software
may not be called “Apache”, nor may
“Apache” appear in their name, without prior written permission of the
Apache Software Foundation.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED
“AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE APACHE SOFTWARE
FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF
USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
JPEG Software
This software is based in part on the
work of the Independent JPEG
Group.
In plain English:
1.
We don't promise that this software
works. (But if you find any bugs, please
let us know!)
2.
You can use this software for whatever
you want. You don't have to pay us.
3.
You may not pretend that you wrote
this software. If you use it in a program,
you must acknowledge somewhere in
your documentation that you've used
the IJG code.
Software Information
In legalese:
The authors make NO WARRANTY
or representation, either express or
implied, with respect to this software,
its quality, accuracy, merchantability,
or fitness for a particular purpose.
This software is provided “AS IS”,
and you, its user, assume the entire
risk as to its quality and accuracy.
This software is copyright (C) 19911998, Thomas G. Lane.
All Rights Reserved except as specified below.
Permission is hereby granted to use,
copy, modify, and distribute this software (or portions thereof) for any
purpose, without fee, subject to these
conditions:
(1)
If any part of the source code for this
software is distributed, then this README file must be included, with this
copyright and no-warranty notice unaltered; and any additions, deletions,
or changes to the original files must be
clearly indicated in accompanying
documentation.
(2)
If only executable code is distributed,
then the accompanying documentation must state that “this software is
based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group”.
(3)
Permission for use of this software is
granted only if the user accepts full responsibility for any undesirable consequences; the authors accept NO
LIABILITY for damages of any kind.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or based on the
IJG code, not just to the unmodified library. If you use our work, you ought
to acknowledge us.
Permission is NOT granted for the
use of any IJG author's name or company name in advertising or publicity
relating to this software or products
derived from it. This software may be
referred to only as “the Independent
JPEG Group's software”.
We specifically permit and encourage
the use of this software as the basis of
commercial products, provided that
all warranty or liability claims are assumed by the product vendor.
ansi2knr.c is included in this distribution by permission of L. Peter Deutsch, sole proprietor of its copyright
holder, Aladdin Enterprises of Menlo
Park, CA. ansi2knr.c is NOT covered
by the above copyright and conditions, but instead by the usual distribution terms of the Free Software
Foundation; principally, that you
must include source code if you redistribute it. (See the file ansi2knr.c for
full details.) However, since
ansi2knr.c is not needed as part of any
program generated from the IJG code,
this does not limit you more than the
foregoing paragraphs do.
The Unix configuration script “configure” was produced with GNU Autoconf. It is copyright by the Free
Software Foundation but is freely distributable. The same holds for its supporting scripts (config. guess, config.
sub, ltconfig, ltmain. sh). Another
support script, install-sh, is copyright
by M. I. T. but is also freely distributable.
It appears that the arithmetic coding
option of the JPEG spec is covered by
patents owned by IBM, AT&T, and
Mitsubishi. Hence arithmetic coding
cannot legally be used without obtaining one or more licenses. For this
reason, support for arithmetic coding
has been removed from the free JPEG
software. (Since arithmetic coding
provides only a marginal gain over
the unpatented Huffman mode, it is
unlikely that very many implementations will support it. ) So far as we are
aware, there are no patent restrictions
on the remaining code.
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The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and write GIF files. To
avoid entanglement with the Unisys
LZW patent, GIF reading support has
been removed altogether, and the GIF
writer has been simplified to produce
“uncompressed GIFs”. This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the resulting GIF files are
larger than usual, but are readable by
all standard GIF decoders.
We are required to state that
“The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is
the Copyright property of CompuServe
Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark
property of CompuServe Incorporated.”
TIFF Software
Copyright (c) 1988-1997 Sam Leffler
Copyright (c) 1991-1997 Silicon
Graphics, Inc.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
documentation for any purpose is
hereby granted without fee, provided
that (i) the above copyright notices
and this permission notice appear in
all copies of the software and related
documentation, and (ii) the names of
Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may
not be used in any advertising or publicity relating to the software without
the specific, prior written permission
of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED
“ AS-IS” AND WITH OUT WAR RANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS,
IM P LI ED O R OT HE R WI SE, I NCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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IN NO EVENT SHALL SAM LEFFLER OR SILICON GRAPHICS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY
KIND, OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS
OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE,
AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
UCD-SNMP Software
-- Part 1: CMU/UCD copyright notice: (BSD like) -Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992 by Carnegie Mellon University
Derivative Work - 1996, 1998-2000
Copyright 1996, 1998-2000 The Regents of the University of California
All Rights Reserved
Permission to use, copy, modify and
distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided
that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and that both that
copyright notice and this permission
notice appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of CMU
and The Regents of the University of
California not be used in advertising
or publicity pertaining to distribution
of the software without specific written permission.
Software Information
CMU AND THE REGENTS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES WITH
REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT
SHALL CMU OR THE REGENTS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIR ECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM
THE LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
-- Part 2: Networks Associates Technology, Inc copyright notice (BSD) -Copyright © 2001, Networks Associates Technology, Inc
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
• Redistributions of source code
must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer.
• Redistributions in binary form
must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
• Neither the name of the NAI Labs
nor the names of its contributors
may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior
written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY
THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
-- Part 3: Cambridge Broadband Ltd.
copyright notice (BSD) -Portions of this code are copyright ©
2001, Cambridge Broadband Ltd..
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
• Redistributions of source code
must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer.
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• Redistributions in binary form
must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
• The name of Cambridge Broadband Ltd. may not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY
THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER “AS IS”
AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED
AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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MD5 Software License
Agreement
Copyright (C) 1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software
is granted provided that it is identified as the “RSA Data Security, Inc.
MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm” in
all material mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and
use derivative works provided that
such works are identified as “derived
from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5
Message-Digest Algorithm” in all
material mentioning or referencing
the derived work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the
merchantability of this software or
the suitability of this software for any
particular purpose. It is provided “as
is” without express or implied warranty of any kind.
These notices must be retained in any
copies of any part of this documentation and/or software.
Software Information
Expat
Copyright © 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai
Open Source Software Center Ltd.
and Clark Cooper
Copyright © 2001, 2002 Expat maintainers.
Permission is hereby granted, free of
charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the “Software”),
to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify,
merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom
the Software is furnished to do so,
subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this
permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of
the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS
IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR
OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT
OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
O UT OF OR I N CO NN E C TION
WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE
USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE.
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INDEX
A
About Paper Tray Settings, 164
About Print Scan Ready screen, 165
Access Control and Access Mask, 53
Accessing the Scanner, 90
ADF, 12
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), 12
ADF Exposure Glass, 195
ADF Thin Paper, 69
Adjusting the position to start reading
the originals, 193
Advanced Search Conditions, 106
All Send Functions, 97
Apache License, 216
Assign Title, 100, 102, 104, 107
Attaching the Card Slot Cover, 29
Attachment Type, 107
Authentication at Printing, 98
Authentication at Sending File, 98
Authentication Method, 98
Auto Reset Timer, 65
Auto Run Program, 112
Auto Update Destination List, 66
B
Backup File Name, 110, 111
Before Printing Scan Data, 164
Before Sending Scan Data, 130
Before turning off the power, 31
BSD License, 215
BSD License Application Software, 215
C
Caution, 1
Change Order, 101, 108
Checking the Scanner Location, 23
Checking Transmission Results, 143
Cleaning, 195
Cleaning ADF Lifting Up, 195
Cleaning the Interior of ADF, 196
Clear Modes key, 12
Clear/Stop key, 12
Color/Black and White, 73
Compression (Black and White), 65
Compression (Gray Scale/Full Color), 65
Configuring [Print Scan Settings], 74
Configuring Print Settings, 167
Configuring [Send Scan Settings], 70
Configuring Settings Using a Web
Browser, 90
Configuring [System Settings], 57
Confirming the Print Settings, 169
Confirming the Scan Settings, 139
Connecting the Keyboard, 25
Connecting to a Computer via USB Cable, 27
Connecting to a Local Printer, 26
Connecting to a Network, 28
Connecting to a Power Source, 30
Connection Wait Time, 105
Control panel, 12
Create Margin, 86
Creating a Backup File of All the Settings, 109
Cursor keys, 13
D
Date/Time(Yr/Month/Day/Hr/Min/Sec), 56
Default Gateway Address, 53
Default Printer, 108
Delivery Server IP Address, 55
DeskTopBinder Lite, 115
Destination Search Priority, 55
Device Tag Information, 206
Displaying and Resetting
the Counters of Consumable Parts, 199
Display panel, 12
Disposing of the Scanner, 203
DNS Server 1 IP Address (WSM), 54
DNS Server 2 IP Address (WSM), 55
DNS Server 3 IP Address (WSM), 55
Domain Name, 98
Duplex, 85
222
E
Edge Smoothing, 79
Editing and printing scan files, 180
E-mail, 105
Procedure Breakdown, 127
E-mail Address, 104
E-mail Address Book Data Format and
Device Tag Information, 204
E-mail Content, 128
E-mail Only, 97
E-mail/Send File standby screen, 131
End of Scan Option, 67
Entered Program Information, 204
Erase Border, 68
Erase Colour, 79
Error Message
Print Scan operation, 189
Scanner unit, 185
Scan settings, 186
Send Scan (E-mail, Send File
(SMB/FTP) or Delivery Server)
operation, 187
Web Status Monitor, 190
Example Procedures Using [Configuration]
Main Menu, 93
Expat, 221
Exposure Glass, 195
Exposure glass, 13
Exposure glass for the ADF, 13
F
File Locations, 153, 160
File Names, 153, 160
File names without time, 154, 161
File names with time, 154, 160
File Send Path Name, 100
File Type, 79
Filter, 79
Firmware Version, 56
FTP Only (File Name Changeable), 98
FTP Only (File Name Unchangeable), 98
FTP Server, 102, 103
FTP Server Name, 102
Function key, 13
Function Priority, 52
Function Settings and Standby Screens, 16
Function Table, 44
G
GPL/LGPL Application Software, 215
Green indicator, 15
Guide to this Scanner, 12
H
How File Size Changes Depending on
Scan Area and Resolution, 207
How to Interpret the Indicators, 15
How to Read the Function Table, 42
I
Image Density, 79, 85
Indicators, 12
Information to Register from Web Status
Monitor, 97
Information to Register in [Print Settings], 85
Information to Register in [Scan Settings], 76
Information to Set in [Print Scan Settings], 73
Information to Set in [Send Scan Settings], 64
Information to Set in [System Settings], 52
Initial Scanner Setup, 42
Installation environment, 24
Installation space, 23
Installing Software, 112
Inversion, 79
IP Address, 53
J
Job Delivery Data Max. Setting, 69
JPEG Software, 216
K
{#}
} key, 12
Key Display, 100, 102, 104, 106
L
LAN Type, 55
LDAP Server IP Address, 99, 105
LDAP Server Port Number, 105
List of Files, 112
Locked Print, 108
Lock switch, 13
Login Password, 110, 111
Login User Name, 110, 111
M
MAC Address, 55
Main Host Name, 98
Making Scan Settings, 138
Maximum Number of Search Results, 105
Max. Number of Copies, 73
MD5 Software License Agreement, 220
Moving and Transporting the Scanner, 201
Moving Over Short Distance, 201
223
N
Name(s), 104
Network Boot, 54
Network interface connector, 13
Network interface indicators, 15
Noise Reduction, 79
Number keys, 12
O
Obtain Printer Information, 107
Operating Instructions, 3
Option, 212
Original Location, 130
Original Locations, 164
Original Orientation, 121
Original Orientation and Scanning Sides, 130
Original Settings, 80
Original Size, 85
Originals that Require Special Care, 119
Original table, 12
Other Problems, 191
Outline, 5
Delivery Server, 9
Scan to E-mail, 5
Scan to Folder, 6
Scan to FTP, 7
Scan to Print, 8
TWAIN Scanner, 10
Use As a TWAIN Scanner, 41
Use Scan to E-mail, 33
Use Scan to Folder, 35
Use Scan to FTP, 37
Use Scan to Print, 38
Use the Network Delivery, 39
Output stopper, 12, 125
Output table, 12
P
Paper Source Tray, 108
Part Names and Replacing Intervals of
the Consumable Parts, 197
PC card slot, 13
Performing Scan Operation, 141
Placing the Original on
the Exposure Glass, 124
Placing the Originals in the ADF, 125
Polling Interval, 99
Power connector, 13
Power switch, 12
Prepare Carriage Lock, 56
Printer, 106
Printer IP Address, 107
Printer Name, 106
Printing Scan Data, 166
Printing Scanned Image Files, 163
Print Scan Settings, 73
Print Settings, 85
Procedure Breakdown
Printing Scanned Image Files, 163
Sending a Scanned File to
a Registered Shared Folder, 146
Sending Scan File by E-mail, 127
Sending Scan File by Scan to FTP, 157
Sending Scan Files Using Delivery
Server, 173
Using [Enter Custom Send File] to
Send a Scanned File to an
Unregistered Shared Folder, 150
Using the TWAIN Scanner Function, 178
Program No., 100, 102, 104, 106
Prong holes, 29
Prongs, 29
Q
Quality/Speed, 86
Quick Installation Guide, 3
R
Recalling the Settings, 109
Reduce/Enlarge, 86
Registering [Print Settings], 87
Registering [Scan Settings], 81
Registration, 69
Replacing the Consumable Parts, 197
Resolution, 77
224
S
Scanned Image Files Sent to FTP Servers, 160
Scanned Image Files Sent to Shared
Folders, 153
Scanned Page Counter, 69
Scanned Sheet Counter, 69
Scanner Features Menu, 16
Scanning Area, 77
Scanning Originals, 179
Scan Settings, 76
Scan Size, 77
Scan Type, 76
SD card slot, 13
Search Base, 99
Search Base (search start position), 105
Search Destinations, 105
Search Object, 106
Search Object in Search Address Book, 106
Selecting a File Name, 148
Selecting an FTP Server, 158
Selecting an SMB, 147
Selecting a Printer, 170
Selecting a Sender, 140
Selecting a Shared Folder, 147
Selecting Colour/Black and White, 171
Selecting Delivery Destinations, 174
Select Language, 56
Select Method, 66
Select Title (WSM), 69
Sender, 128
Send File, 100
Send File Path, 99, 110, 111
Send File/TWAIN Priority, 64
Send Function Permission, 55, 97
Sending a Scanned File to a Registered
Shared Folder, 146
Sending Scan File by E-mail, 127
Sending Scan File by Scan to FTP, 157
Sending Scan Files Using Delivery Server, 173
SendScan Settings, 64
Setting a Subject, 137
Setting Cc Destinations, 136
Setting Destinations, 132
Setting Destinations and a Subject, 132
E-mail, 132
Side guides, 125
Sizes and Weights of recommended
Originals, 119
SmartDeviceMonitor, 116
SMB Only (File Name Changeable), 97
SMB Only (File Name Unchangeable), 97
Software for Using a TWAIN Scanner, 113
Software Information, 215
Special Table, 212
Specifications, 213
Specifying the Number of Copies, 167
sRGB, 67
Starting a Scan Operation, 141
Start key, 12
Start Position, 77
Status display of lock switch, 13
Sub Host Name, 98
Subnet Mask, 53
Supply Counter, 56
System Settings, 52
T
Test, 110, 111
The Apache Software License
Application Software, 216
TIFF Software, 218
Time Server, 99
Time Server IP Address, 99
Time Zone (WSM), 69
Title key, 12
To start with originals in the ADF, 141
To Use as a Network TWAIN Scanner, 41
To Use as a USB TWAIN Scanner, 41
Transmission Speed, 55
Transporting the Scanner, 201
Turning On the Power, 31
TWAIN, 10, 177
TWAIN Driver
Functions, 181
TWAIN Standby Time, 64
U
UCD-SNMP Software, 218
Unit of Measure, 67
USB port, 13
User Authentication Management, 98
User Tools key, 12
Using [Enter Custom Send File] Function, 151
Using [Enter Custom Send File] to Send a
Scanned File to an Unregistered Shared
Folder, 150
Using Keys Displayed on the Screen, 14
Using the TWAIN Scanner Function, 177
225
W
Wait Time for
Additional Scanning (WSM), 69
Warning, 1
What You Can Do with
the TWAIN Driver, 181
When an Error Message Appears, 184
When An Original Is Jammed In ADF, 183
When Scanning is Not Performed
as Expected, 184
When Using this Machine
as a TWAIN Scanner, 207
When Using this Machine for Sending
Scan Data, 210
White Sheet, 13, 195
Wireless LAN Signal
(disabled for this machine), 55
Y
Yellow indicator, 15
226
GB
GB
G422-8601
Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions and notes on the operation and use of this machine. For your
safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the machine. Keep this manual in a handy
place for quick reference.
Power Source
Colour Scanner: 220 - 240V, 50/60 Hz, 5A or more
Please be sure to connect the Power Cord to a power source as above.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual. With this machine refer to the metric version.
Important
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages as a result of handling or operating the machine.
The supplier shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of parts
other than genuine parts from the supplier with your office products.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
Trademarks
Adobe, PostScript, and Acrobat are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
MS, Microsoft, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and might be trademarks of their
respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
The Proper names of the Windows operating systems are as follows:
•
The product name of Windows® 95 is Microsoft® Windows® 95
•
The product name of Windows® 98 is Microsoft® Windows® 98
•
The product name of Windows® Me is Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition (Windows Me)
•
The product names of Windows® 2000 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Advanced Server
•
The product names of Windows® XP are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
•
The product names of Windows Server™ 2003 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Enterprise Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Web Edition
•
The product names of Windows® NT 4.0 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows NT® Workstation 4.0
Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0
Image Scanner Operating Instructions
G422-8601
GB GB
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Attaching the Ferrite Core for the Network Cable
Important
❒ Use a 100BASE-TX (category 5) or 10BASE-T network cable when you connect this machine to a network.
A With the network cable you use for connection, create a single loop in a dis-
tance shown in A on the both ends of the cable. Attach the ferrite core that
comes with this machine as illustrated below.
AEV047S
About 7.5cm(3") for the scanner side end. About 5.5cm(2.2") for the network
side end.
B Insert the network cable’s end
into the network interface connector of this
machine.
C Insert the other end of the network cable into an appropriate connector of
a network device, such as an Ethernet hub.
Attaching the Ferrite Core for the Keyboard
B) away from the end of the cable
A Attach the ferrite core about 17cm(6.8")(B
of the USB keyboard.
AJH001S
B Connect the USB keyboard cable to either one of the USB ports of the USB
interface card.
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When Using Print Scan Function
Settings for Print Scan in simplex scanning
• When you perform a Print Scan operation while scanning one side of an original, set the original in the ADF as illustrated below, regardless of the width
of the originals.
ADG025S
• Select (1 Sided Orig. → 1 Sided Print) or (1 Sided Orig. → 2 Sided Print) to perform simplex scanning, by using [Duplex] under [Print Settings] on this machine.
Limitation
❒ When you select 2-sided print, the printout orientation is fixed to top to
top.
Settings for Print Scan in duplex scanning
• When you perform a Print Scan operation while scanning both sides of originals, set the originals in the ADF as illustrated above, regardless of the width
of the originals.
• Select (2 Sided Orig. → 1 Sided Print) or (2 Sided Orig. → 2 Sided Print) to perform duplex scanning, by using [Duplex] under [Print Settings] on this machine.
Limitation
❒ When you select duplex scanning in a Print Scan operation, scanning of the
originals is fixed to top to top. This means that the originals must be bound
on either side.
❒ When you select 2-sided print, the printout orientation is fixed to top to
top.
❒ When the originals are bound at the top, or when you do not set the originals as illustrated above, you’ll never have the printout results as expected.
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