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INTRODUCTION
Regulatory Information
Trademarks
Liability
Conventions
Safety Precautions
Chapter 1 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
1.3 Functions of the Operator Panel
Chapter 2 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
Chapter 6 TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1 Removing Jammed Documents
6.2 Error Indications on the Operator Panel
6.3 Remedying Typical Troubles
6.4 Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where You
Bought the Scanner
6.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner
Chapter 7 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
7.1 Document Size
7.2 Document Quality
7.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity
7.4 Area Not to be Perforated
7.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions
2.1 Turning the Scanner ON
Chapter 8 SCANNER SETTINGS
2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]
2.4 Scanning Documents
2.5 How to Use the Scanner Drivers
2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO
Chapter 3 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
8.1 Scanner Settings
8.2 Power Saving Setting
8.3 Offset/Scan Scale
8.4 Multifeed Detection
8.5 Page Edge Filler
8.6 Dropout Color
8.7 Pre-Pick
8.8 Intelligent Multifeed Setting
8.9 Paper Feeding Retry Times
3.1 Scanning Both Sides of Documents
8.10 Life Counter Setting
3.2 Scanning Books [fi-6230 only]
8.11 Setting for Timeout for Manual Feeding
3.3 Scanning Large Documents with Flatbed [fi-6230 only]
8.12 Power ON/OFF Control Setting
3.4 Scanning Documents of Different Widths
3.5 Scanning Documents Longer Than A4/Letter Size
Chapter 9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION
3.6 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
3.7 Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color)
3.8 Skipping Blank Pages
9.1 Basic Specifications
3.9 Detecting Multifeeds
9.2 Installation Specifications
3.10 Correcting Skewed Documents
9.3 External Dimensions
3.11 Outputting Multi-Images
3.12 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection
3.13 Splitting a Page in Two Pages
3.14 Removing Punch Holes from Images
3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
APPENDIX
APPENDIX1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
APPENDIX2 Glossary
3.16 Splitting Documents by Patch Code
3.17 Scanning Using Barcodes
3.18 Not Detecting Multifeed for Fixed Format
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Chapter 4 DAILY CARE
4.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations Requiring Cleaning
4.2 Cleaning the Flatbed [fi-6230 only]
4.3 Cleaning the ADF
Chapter 5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES
5.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycles
5.2 How to Check and Reset the Comsumables Counters
5.3 Replacing the Brake Roller
5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the fi-6130 / fi-6230 Duplex Color Image Scanner.
This document describes how to handle the fi-6130 / fi-6230 Duplex Color Image Scanner and basic operation
methods. Before you start using the fi-6130 / fi-6230 Duplex Color Image Scanner be sure to thoroughly read this manual to
ensure correct use.
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Copying of the contents of this manual in whole or in part and copying of the scanner application is
prohibited under the copyright law.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
PFU LIMITED is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting from use of this scanner and procedures
described in this manual, profit due to defects, and any claims by a third party.
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FCC Declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is located.
Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
FCC warning:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
ATTENTION
The use of a shielded interface cable is required to comply with the Class B limits of Part 15 of
FCC rules. The length of the AC cable must be 2 meters (6.6 feet) or less.
Canadian DOC Regulations
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limit for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the
Radio interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Le présent appareil numérique n'émet pas de parasites radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numériques de la classe B et prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique dictées par le Ministère des
Communications du Canada.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Bescheinigung des Herstellers / Importeurs
Für den fi-6130/fi-6230 wird folgendes bescheinigt:
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In Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der EN45014(CE) funkentstört
Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung 3. GPSGV: Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt
70 dB (A) oder weniger, gemäß EN ISO 7779.
Dieses Gerät wurde nicht für die Benutzung in unmittelbarer Umgebung starker Lichtquellen (z. B. Projektoren) konzipiert.
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International ENERGY STAR® Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, PFU LIMITED has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for
energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program is an international program that promotes energy saving
through the penetration of energy efficient computers and other office equipment. The program backs the development
and dissemination of products with functions that effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which
business proprietors can participate voluntarily. The targeted products are office equipment such as computers, monitors,
printers, facsimiles, copiers, scanners, and multifunction devices.Their standards and logos are uniform among
participating nations.
Use in High-Safety Applications
This product has been designed and manufactured on the assumption that it will be used in office, personal, domestic,
regular industrial, and general-purpose applications. It has not been designed and manufactured for use in applications
(simply called "high-safety applications" from here on) that directly involve danger to life and health when a high degree of
safety is required, for example, in the control of nuclear reactions at nuclear power facilities, automatic flight control of
aircraft, air traffic control, operation control in mass-transport systems, medical equipment for sustaining life, and missile
firing control in weapons systems, and when provisionally the safety in question is not ensured. The user should use this
product with adopting measures for ensuring safety in such high-safety applications. PFU LIMITED assumes no liability
whatsoever for damages arising from use of this product by the user in high-safety applications, and for any claims or
compensation for damages by the user or a third party.
About the Use of Mercury
Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to
local, state, or federal laws.
To avoid unexpected injury, read the following carefully.
Doing the following actions may result in serious personal injuries:
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Do not put the substance contained in the lamp in your mouth as it has mercury.
Do not incinerate, crush, or shred the lamps or scanner parts.
Do not breathe the chemical liquid contained in the scanner lamps.
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Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
ISIS and QuickScan are trademarks or registered trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, and Acrobat are either registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States
and/or other countries.
Other product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies.
How Trademarks Are Indicated In This Manual
References to operating systems (OS) and applications are indicated as follows:
Windows 2000
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional operating system
Windows XP
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating system
Windows Server 2003
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Standard Edition operating system (32bit/64-bit)
Windows Vista
Microsoft®
Microsoft®
Microsoft®
Microsoft®
Microsoft®
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Vista®
Vista®
Vista®
Vista®
Vista®
Home Basic operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Home Premium operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Business operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Enterprise operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Ultimate operating system (32-bit/64-bit)
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the above operating system, the general term "Windows" is
used.
Adobe Acrobat
Adobe® Acrobat ®
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the above application, the general term "Adobe Acrobat" is
used.
The version of Adobe Acrobat provided with this product may change without notice. If the instructions described in this
manual differ from the actual displayed screen, refer to Acrobat's Help.
Manufacturer
PFU LIMITED
International Sales Dept., Imaging Bussines Division, Products Group
Solid Square East Tower, 580 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi Kanagawa 212-8563, Japan
Phone: (81-44) 540-4538
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Liability
BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. IF THIS PRODUCT IS NOT USED CORRECTLY,
UNEXPECTED INJURY CAN OCCUR TO USERS OR BYSTANDERS.
Keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use of this product.
While all efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of all information in this manual, PFU assumes no liability to any
party for any damage caused by errors or omissions or by statements of any kind in this manual, its updates or supplements,
whether such errors are omissions or statements resulting from negligence, accidents, or any other cause. PFU further
assumes no liability arising from the application or use of any product or system described herein; nor any liability for
incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of this manual. PFU disclaims all warranties regarding the
information contained herein, whether expressed, implied, or statutory.
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Safety Precautions
This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and correct use of this product. Thoroughly read this manual
before you start to use this product. In particular, be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Precautions described in
this manual before you use this product.
Also, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use of this product.
Warning Indications Used In This Manual
WARNING
This indication alerts operators to an operation that, if not strictly observed, may result
in severe injury or death.
CAUTION
This indication alerts operators to an operation that, if not strictly observed, may result
in safety hazards to personnel or damage to equipment.
Symbols Used In This Manual
This manual uses the following symbols in the explanations in addition to the warning indications.
This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be sure to read this
information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation.
A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care and attention is required.
The drawing inside the triangle shows the specific caution.
A CIRCLE with a diagonal line inside shows action which users may not perform.
The drawing inside or under the circle shows the specific action that is not allowed.
Outline characters on a colored background show instructions users should follow.
It may also include the drawing that shows the specific instruction.
Clicking this icon plays movies.
ATTENTION
NOTE for using Windows XP Service Pack 2
The Internet's security function may restrict displaying movies. In order to display the
movies, allow to run the blocked active content.
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Screen Examples In This Manual
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement. If the
actual displayed screen differs from the screen examples in this manual, operate by following the actual displayed screen
while referring to the User's Manual of the scanner application you are using. The screenshots in this manual were
captured from the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver, ScandAll PRO Image Capturing Utility Software, FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver, QuickScan™ image capturing software and Adobe® Acrobat®.
Warning Label
The following picture shows the warning label used in this scanner.
High Temperature
The part around this label (includes the
glass surface inside the ADF) becomes hot
during the operation. Be careful not to
touch the glass surface inside the ADF.
ATTENTION
Do NOT remove from the scanner, stain or scratch the warning labels.
About Maintenance
The user must not perform repairs on this scanner.
Contact the store where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU Image Scanner service provider to have
repairs done on this product.
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WARNING
Do not damage the AC cable.
A damaged AC cable may cause fire or electric shock. Do not place heavy objects on AC cables, or
pull, bend, twist, heat, damage or modify AC cables.
Do not use damaged AC cables or power plugs, or install any cables or power plugs to loose wall
sockets.
Use only specified AC cables and interface cables.
Use only specified AC cables and interface cables. Failure to use the correct cables might cause
electric shock and/or equipment failure.
Please do not use the AC cable provided with this scanner for other devices, since this might cause
equipment failure and other troubles or an electric shock.
Make sure to ground the scanner.
Make sure to ground to avoid electric shock.
Be sure to ground before plugging into a power outlet.
Unplug from the outlet before removing the ground connection.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage. Do not connect
to multiple-power strips.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage and current. Improper power voltage and
current might cause fire or electric shock. Do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Do not touch the AC cable with wet hands.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Doing so can cause electric shock.
Wipe any dust from the power plug.
Wipe off any dust from metal parts on the power plug or metal fittings with a soft, dry cloth.
Accumulated dust can cause fire or electric shock.
Do not install the device in locations that has oil smoke, steam,
humidity, and dust.
Do not install the scanner in locations subject to oil smoke, steam, humidity, and dust. Doing so
might cause a fire or electric shock.
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WARNING
Do not use the scanner if there is a strange odor.
If you detect heat coming from the device or detect other problems such as smoke, strange smells or
noises, immediately turn off the scanner and disconnect its power plug. Make sure that any smoke
coming from it has stopped, before contacting the store where you bought the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged.
If the scanner is damaged for any reason, turn the scanner off and unplug the power cable. Contact
the store where you purchased the scanner or an authorized scanner service provider.
Do not put liquids inside the scanner.
Do not insert or drop metal objects in to the scanner. Do not scan wet documents or documents with
paper clips or staples. Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet.
If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids, etc.) get inside the scanner, immediately turn
off the scanner and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Then, contact the store where
you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Pay particular attention
to this warning in households where there are small children.
Unplug the scanner when a trouble occurs.
Immediately unplug the scanner when a trouble occurs.
Never cut the ground connection until the scanner is unplugged from the power outlet.
Do not touch the inside of the scanner unless necessary.
Do not take apart or modify the scanner. The inside of the scanner contains high-voltage
components. Touching these components might cause electric shock or fire.
Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner.
Do not use any aerosol sprays or alcohol based sprays to clean the scanner. Dust blown up by strong
air from the spray may enter the inside of the scanner. This may cause the scanner to fail or
malfunction. Sparks, caused by static electricity, generated when blowing off dust and dirt from the
outside of the scanner may cause a fire.
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CAUTION
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Make sure that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface and that none of its parts extend
beyond the surface top, such as a desk or table. Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Install the scanner on a level surface that is free of vibration to prevent it from falling.
Install the scanner on a strong surface that will support the weight of the scanner and other devices.
Firmly insert the power plug.
Firmly insert the power plug as far it can go into the power outlet.
Do not block the ventilation ports.
Do not block the ventilation ports. Blocking the ventilation ports generates heat inside of scanner,
which may result in fire or scanner failure.
Do not place heavy objects or stand on top of the scanner.
Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or use the scanner's surface top to perform other work.
Improper installation might cause injuries and equipment failure.
Do not use the scanner immediately after moving it from a cold place
into a warm room.
Do not use the device immediately after moving it from a cold place into a warm room.
Condensation may occur, which might lead to scanning errors. Let the device dry about one or two
hours before you use it.
Before moving the scanner, disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet.
Do not move the scanner with the power and interface cables connected as this can damage the
cables, which can later cause fire, electric shock as well as injury.
Before moving the scanner, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet, and all
other interface cables. Make sure that the floor is free of any obstructions.
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CAUTION
Protect the scanner from static electricity.
Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields and other sources of electronic noise. Also,
protect the scanner against any static electricity, which can cause the scanner to malfunction.
Avoid any contact when scanner is in use.
Avoid getting a sleeve, necktie, or hair caught up in any scanner mechanism during scanning since
this may cause injuries.
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet when the scanner is
not used for a long period of time.
When the scanner is not going to be used for a long period of time, be sure to disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet.
Do not install the scanner in direct sunlight.
Do not install the scanner under direct sunlight or near heating apparatus. Doing so might cause
excessive heat to build up inside the scanner, which can cause scanner trouble or even fire. Install
the scanner in a well-ventilated location.
Before moving the scanner, make sure the transport lock is locked. (fi6230 only)
When moving the scanner, be sure to lock the transport lock in order to prevent damage to the
scanner.
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Chapter 1 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
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Chapter 1 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
This chapter describes the scanner parts and their functions.
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1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package
When you open the scanner package, please handle the main unit and its attachments carefully.
Make sure it contains all the parts listed in the package contents list that is included in the package box.
If any parts are missing or defective, contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
This section describes the scanner parts and their functions.
Front
No.
Name
1 ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder)
2 ADF paper chute
3 Paper chute extension 1
4 Paper chute extension 2
5 Side Guide
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ADF open lever
Operator panel
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Stacker
Stacker extension 1
[fi-6130 only]
Stacker extension 2
[fi-6130 only]
Stacker extension
[fi-6230 only]
Flatbed (FB)
[fi-6230 only]
Transport lock switch
[fi-6230 only]
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Function
Transports the document to the reading position
automatically.
Holds in place the document pages / sheets that are fed
into the ADF.
Adjusted to the width of the paper in order not to scan
skewed pages.
Pull this lever toward you to open the ADF.
This panel consists of a Function No. Display, four
operating push buttons, and a LED.
Scanned documents are ejected from the ADF onto this
stacker.
Place documents on the glass sheet by sheet for singlesheet scanning.
Used to lock the carrier unit inside the flatbed during
transportation.
Inside
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1 Document bed
2 Document holding
pad
3 Document cover
Function
Place documents on the glass when scanning through the flatbed.
Holds documents down on the document bed.
Holds the documents loaded at the reading position when closed.
HINT
The document cover with a black document holding pad is optionally available.
This type is convenient for scanning documents in black background when loading them from
the flat bed.
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Parts No.: PA03540-D801
Rear
No.
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Name
Security Slot
EXT connector (for imprinter connection) [fi-6130 only]
USB connector
DC inlet
Removable Parts
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
Parts that can be removed from the scanner are displayed below.
No.
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Name
ADF paper chute
Pick roller
Brake roller
Document cover [fi-6230 only]
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1.3 Functions of the Operator Panel
The operator panel is located on the right side of the scanner. This panel is comprised of a Function Number display,
four buttons, and a LED.
No.
1
2
3
4
Name
Check LED
Function Number Display
Function Button
Send to Button
5 Scan/Stop Button
6 Power Button/LED
*)
Function
Lights when an error occurs.
Indicates the function number and error status.
Changes the Function activated by the Send to button (*).
Launches the linked application software (*).
Resets an error.
Launches the linked application software (*).
Resets an error.
Cancels ongoing scanning.
Turns the scanner ON and OFF.
Lights when the scanner is turned ON.
About the settings on the launcher, refer to FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver help, which is included in the
"Setup CD-ROM," and Appendix 1 "Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button."
Indications on the Function Number Display
Indication
Function
8
Blinks only one time upon turning on the scanner.
P
Indicates that the scanner has been turned ON and is being initialized.
0
Indicates that initialization will soon end.
1
Indicates that initialization has ended successfully. This status is called "Ready
Status."
J
Indicates that a recoverable error occurred during scanning with the image scanner.
"J" or "U" and an "error number" is displayed alternately.
U
When an error is indicated, press the [Scan] button or [Send to] button to return to
the Ready Status ("1").
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E
F
C
H
A
L
Indicates that an abnormality (alarm) occurred in the image scanner during its
initialization or during scanning documents.
"E", "F", "C", "H", "A", or "L" and an "alarm number" are displayed alternately. When
the alarm number is displayed, press the [Scan] button or [Send to] button to return
to the Ready Status ("1").
If this alarm occurs, turn the power off and on again. If the alarm continues after
turning the power on again, contact the dealer where you bought the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Chapter 2 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
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Chapter 2 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
This chapter describes basic scanner operations.
In this chapter Windows XP screenshots are illustrated. The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you
are using is other than Windows XP.
Also, when the FUJITSU TWAIN32 or FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver is updated the screens and operations noted in this
chapter will differ slightly. In such case, refer to the relevant manuals or materials, which are to be supplied when
updating the driver.
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2.1 Turning the Scanner ON
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2.1 Turning the Scanner ON
This section describes how to turn the scanner ON.
The following shows the procedure for turning the scanner ON.
1. Press the Power button on the Operator Panel.
The scanner is turned ON, and the Power LED on the Operator Panel lights in green.
Also, while the scanner is being initialized, the indication of the Function Number Display changes as follows:
"8" -> "P" -> "0" -> "1"
The indication "1" means that the Operator Panel is in the Ready Status.
Power
button
HINT
To turn the scanner OFF, hold the Power button down for at least two seconds.
About Power ON/OFF Control
You can select to power the scanner on/off either by pressing the Power button, or by connecting / disconnecting the AC
cable.
The procedure is as follows.
1. Confirm if the scanner is connected correctly to the PC, then power on the scanner.
For details on how to connect the scanner to a personal computer, refer to section "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to
Your PC" of "fi-6130/fi-6230 Getting Started."
2. From the [start] menu, select [Control Panel].
The [Control Panel] window appears.
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3. Double-click the [Printer and Other Hardware] icon.
The [Printer and Other Hardware] window appears.
4. Double-click the [Scanners and Cameras] icon.
The [Scanners and Cameras] window appears.
5. Select [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj], and then select [Properties] from the menu.
For Windows XP or Windows Server 2003; right-click [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj], and then select [Properties].
For Windows 2000 or Windows Vista; double-click the [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj] icon.
The properties dialogbox of fi-6130dj or fi-6230dj appears.
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6. Click the [Device Set] tab.
7. Click the [Power Control] button.
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The [Power Control] window appears.
8. Enable [Power Control].
Select [Enable power switch] to power on/off the scanner by pressing the Power button.
Select [Disable power switch] to power on/off the scanner by connecting/disconnecting the AC cable.
9. Click the [OK] button.
ATTENTION
Do not specify the above setting when [Enable USB power feeding] is selected for
[Power SW Control] on Software Operation Panel.
To clear the USB power feeding setting, always use Software Operation Panel.
(Refer to "Chapter 8 SCANNER SETTINGS.")
Power Save Mode
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The Power Save mode keeps the scanner in a low-powered state after it has been turned ON.
If no operation is performed on the scanner for 15 minutes, the scanner automatically switches to the Power Save mode.
In the Power Save mode, the indication of the Function Number Display on the operator panel goes out, but the Power LED
stays lit in green.
To return from the Power Save mode, perform one of the following:
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●
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Load the document on the ADF paper chute.
Press any button on the operator panel.
The scanner will be turned OFF when pressing down the Power button for at least two seconds.
Execute a command from the scanner driver.
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2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
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2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
HINT
Refer to Chapter "7 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION" for information about the
required document sizes and paper quality for ensuring correct operation when
scanning documents from the ADF.
1. Align the edges of the documents.
1) Confirm that all the documents have the same width.
2) Check the number of sheets in the document stack.
(For details, see Section "7.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity.")
- A4/letter-size paper or smaller that makes a document stack of 5 mm or less
- Maximum 50 sheets at A4/letter, 20 lb, or 80 g/m2
2. Fan the documents as follows:
Select a stack of documents 5 mm or less high.
Hold the document with both hands and fan it out several times.
Turn the document by 90 degrees, and then fan it in the different orientation again.
3. Load the document on the ADF paper chute.
Set the documents face-down in the ADF paper chute (so that the side to be scanned faces towards the ADF paper
chute).
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HINT
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Pull out the paper chute extensions to support the document when necessary.
●
Paper chute extensions
ID cards can be loaded either in vertical or holizontal orientation.
ATTENTION
This scanner can scan ID cards through the Automatic Document Feeder with the following
precautions.
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You can place up to three cards at a time into the Automatic Document Feeder.
If the card is embossed (i.e., a card with raised lettering), place one card at a time.
●
●
It is recommended that the front side of the card be placed face down in the
Automatic Document Feeder.
The card to be scanned should be within the ISO7810 compliance, type ID-1.
Dimensions: 3.4 inch (height) x 2.1 inch (width)/ 86 mm x 54 mm
Thickness:
0.056 inches / 1.4 mm or less
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Material:
PVC (Poly vinyl chloride) or PVCA (Polyvinyl chloride acetate)
Note: Before scanning your card, test with a dummy card of the same material to see
if it can be fed into the ADF properly.
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●
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Cards that are excessively rigid or less flexible may not feed smoothly and excessive
noise may occur.
Note: If the cards do not feed smoothly, try:
- Scanning one card at a time.
- Enabling [Automatic Paper Size Detection]. For how to configure this setting, see
Section "3.10 Correcting Skewed Documents."
- Raising the resolution.
Cards should be clean from oil and without labels.
Cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is installed.
4. Adjust the side guides to the width of the documents.
Move the side guides so that they touch both sides of the documents. If there is any space between the side guides and
the edges of documents, the scanned image may be skewed.
Side guides
HINT
Use of the stacker or stacker extension prevents document sheets from dropping after they are
scanned.
Use the stacker and stacker extension as shown in the figure below.
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When the document size to scan is A5 or longer in
length
When the document size to scan is A6 or longer in
length and A5 or narrower in width
(Do not force to open the stacker extension wider
than the right angle. Otherwise, it may be damaged.)
A. Stacker
B. Stacker extension
5. Start up the scanner application, and scan the document.
For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll PRO application, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
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2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230 only]
1. Lift up the document cover.
2. Load the document on the document bed with the scanning face down and the top left corner
aligned with the reference point ( ).
Reference point
3. Gently close the document cover.
4. Start up the scanner application, and scan the document.
For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll PRO application, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScanAll PRO."
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2.4 Scanning Documents
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2.4 Scanning Documents
This section describes how to scan documents using this scanner.
The basic steps for scanning documents are as follows:
1. Load the document on the scanner's ADF paper chute or Flatbed.
For details on how to load documents, see Sections "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning" and "2.3 Loading
Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning."
2. Launch an application you want to use for scanning.
(The following shows an example screen when ScandAll PRO is selected.)
3. Select a scanner to use.
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4. In the application, invoke a scanner driver.
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5. In the driver setup dialog box, configure settings for scanning.
6. Scan the document.
7. Save the scanned document image files.
HINT
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In this section, screenshots taken in ScandAll PRO are used as examples.
Depending on the application you use, procedures and operations may differ from
those examples herein.
For more information about how to scan documents by using ScandAll PRO, see
Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
If you want to use other applications for scanning, refer to the respective
manuals that come with the applications.
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2.5 How to Use the Scanner Drivers
To scan documents with the scanner, a scanner driver and application supported by the driver are prerequisites.
This scanner is accompanied with two drivers; one is a TWAIN-compliant driver, FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, and
the other is an ISIS-compliant driver, FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver, and an application named ScandAlll PRO, which
supports both the drivers FUJITSU TWAIN 32 and FUJITSU ISIS.
In this section, how to use these drivers is described.
For information about how to use ScandAll PRO and how to invoke a scanner driver via ScandAll PRO, see Section "2.6 How
to Use ScandAll PRO."
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
The FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver is a driver for scanning documents with the scanner based on a TWAINcompliant application.
Usually, you can configure the scanner settings in the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, invoking a scanner driver via
an application. (Depending on the application settings, this setup dialog box may not appear.)
HINT
How to invoke a scanner driver varies depending on the application. For details, refer to the
manual or help of the application you use.
For information about how to invoke a driver via ScandAll PRO, see Section "2.6 How to Use
ScandAll PRO."
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Setup
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Configure the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver settings in the dialog box above.
Major setting items are listed below.
* For details on each function, refer to "FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help."
Resolution
You can specify the resolution for scanning images.
Default values are selectable from the drop-down list, and a [custom] value (can be specified in increments of 1 dpi
from 50 to 600 dpi) can also be selected by clicking a pair of up/down buttons.
By marking the [Predefine] checkbox, you can select one of three predefined settings, [Best], [Better], and [Normal],
and this allows you to scan documents simply and quickly.
You can also set values of [Best], [Better], and [Normal] as desired in a window that appears when the [...] button is
clicked.
Scan Type
You can specify the scanning side(s) of document or feeding source [fi-6230 only]; Front Side, Back Side, Duplex, or
Flatbed. You can specify Front Side or Duplex for long-page documents whose size is longer than A3.
Paper Size
You can select the size of documents to be scanned from the list.
Windows for customizing the paper size will appear when you click the [...] button.
You can save any document size as a customized setting (up to three) or for changing the order of paper sizes in the
list.
Image Mode
You can specify the image type to output the scanned documents.
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Black & White
Halftone
Grayscale
Color
Documents are scanned in binary (black and white) mode.
Documents are scanned through halftone processing in binary (black and white) mode.
Documents are scanned in gradations from black to white. In this mode, you can
select 256 gradations or 4 bits (16 gradations).
Documents are scanned in color mode. In this mode, you can select 24 bit Color, 256
Colors, or 8 Colors.
[Scan] Button
Clicking this button starts scanning documents with the current settings.
[Preview] Button
Documents are scanned preliminarily before the actual scanning.
You can confirm the image of the documents in the preview window.
[OK]/[Close] Button
Clicking this button saves the current settings and closes this window.
[Reset] Button
This button is used to undo changes of settings.
[Help] Button
Clicking this button opens the [FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help] window.
The window also opens by pushing the [F1] key.
[About] Button
Clicking this button opens an information window about the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver's version.
[Option] Button
You can set options in the dialog box below.
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[Rotation] Tab
Select this tab when configuring settings for the image rotation, document size and skew detection, overscan, hole
punch removal, and split image.
[Job/Cache] Tab
Select this tab when setting cache mode, multifeed detection, blank page skipping, etc.
[Generic] Tab
Select this tab to change the unit displayed in the Setting Window for the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
Select [mm], [inch], or [pixel].
[Startup] Tab
Select this tab for configuring settings on the scanner's Operator Panel.
[Filter] Tab
Select this tab for setting the image processing filter(s).
Digital Endoser
Page Edge Filler
A character string (alphanumerics) can be added in the scanned document.
Fills up the margins of the scanned document images with a selected color.
[Compression] Tab
Select this tab for setting the compression rate of JPEG Transfer.
[Advance] Button
Click this button for settings of the advanced image processing.
You can set Edge Extract, Gamma Pattern, Dropout Color, Reverse, etc.
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[Config] Button
Click this button for configuring the Setting Files.
You can save the changes made to a Setting File. From the next scanning, a set of settings are quickly switched by
using these Setting Files.
For details of each function, refer to the "FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help."
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver
The FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver is a driver software used to scan documents with a scanner from an ISIScompliant application.
Usually, you configure settings for scanning in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, which is invoked from
an application. (Depending on the application setting, the setup dialog box may not be displayed.)
HINT
How to invoke a scanner driver varies depending on the application. For details, refer to the
manual or help of the application you use.
For information about how to invoke a driver via ScandAll PRO, see Section "2.6 How to Use
ScandAll PRO."
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Setup
[Main] Tab
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Camera
You can selects a side or sides to scan.
The marked checkbox side is targeted for scanning.
When you mark only the Front Image checkbox, simplex scanning is performed. When you mark both the Front Image
and Back Image checkboxes, duplex scanning is performed.
You can also specify two settings (#1/#2), Color/Grayscale and Binary (black-and-white), for each side, and output
two types of images at a scan (multi-image).
Settings configured in this dialog box take effect on the selected side or sides (Front Image #1/Front Image #2/Back
Image #1/Back Image #2).
HINT
If you select Color or Grayscale mode for a side (Front Image #1 or Back Image #1), you
can select only Binary (black-and-white) mode for the same side (Front Image #2 or Back
Image #2, respectively). In turn, if you select Binary (black-and-white) mode for a side
(Front Image #1 or Back Image #1), you can select either Color or Grayscale mode for the
same side (Front Side #2 or Back Image #2, respectively).
Mode
You can select a color mode to use from the menu.
IPC
Documents are scanned in binary (black-and-white) mode with Image
Processing Software Option. When this setting is selected, the [Setup IPC]
button below becomes selectable. (This button is visible only if Image
Processing Software Option is installed on the computer.)
Black & White
Documents are scanned according to a binary threshold. Black and white are
distinguished based on this set threshold. This mode is suitable for scanning
line drawings and text only documents.
16-level Grayscale
Documents are scanned in 16 gray levels. In this mode, each pixel uses 4 bits.
256-level Grayscale
Documents are scanned in 256 gray levels. In this mode, each pixel uses 8
bits.
24-bit Color
Documents are scanned as 24-bit full-color images. This mode is suitable for
scanning color photographs. More memory is used than in Grayscale mode.
Auto Detect
16-level Grayscale
256-level Grayscale
24-bit Color
This mode automatically detects whether the scanned documents are color or
binary (black-and-white). In this mode, color documents are output as color
or grayscale images, and monochrome documents are output as binary (blackand-white) images. Under [Camera], configure settings for detected-as-color
documents with #1, and configure settings for detected-as-black-and-white
documents with #2.
[Setup IPC] Button
Click this button when configuring settings for scanning with Image Processing Software Option.
HINT
For how to configure settings for Image Processing Software Option, refer to "Image
Processing Software Option User’s Guide." To view "Image Processing Software Option User’s
Guide", from the [start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Image Processing Software Option]
→ [USER’S GUIDE].
Resolution
You can specify the number of pixels (dots) per inch.
Select a preset resolution from the list or type in any value (from 50 to 600, or 1200) in the box.
(If you enter a number from 601 to 1199, the resolution is automatically set to 300 dpi.)
The higher the resolution, the more memory is required.
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Halftone
You can select a halftone pattern. This setting is available when [Black and White] is selected under [Mode].
Dither Pattern 0
This setting is suitable for scanning highly-colored photographs.
Dither Pattern 1
This setting is suitable for scanning highly-colored documents containing both
text and photographs.
Dither Pattern 2
This setting is suitable for scanning lightly-colored photographs.
Dither Pattern 3
This setting is suitable for scanning lightly-colored documents containing both
text and photographs.
Error Diffusion
This function minimizes differences between a target pixel and pixels near the
target.
Download
This function processes gray tone images with the dithered pattern
downloaded.
Cropping
Select how to crop scanned document images to output.
Fixed
Scanned document images are output in a specified size.
Detect Length
The rear end of a scanned document is detected and scanning is performed
for the original length. When shorter sheets are included in a batch of
documents to scan, output images are adjusted to their original size.
Automatic
The page size of the scanned documents is automatically detected and the
images are output in the detected page size. The skew of documents is also
automatically detected and corrected to output correct images.
Long Page
The page size of the scanned long page document is automatically detected
and the images are output in the detected page size. The skew of the
documents is also automatically detected and corrected to output correct
images.
Brightness
You can set the brightness of the entire image. Specify a number from 1 (darkest) to 255 (brightest) as the brightness
value. The higher the value, the brighter the image. The lower the value, the darker the image.
Contrast
You can set the contrast of the scanned image. Specify a number from 1 (low [soft]) to 100 (high [sharp]) to increase
brightness for the entire image. Select a higher value to emphasize the difference in brightness between the light and
dark areas of the image.
[Layout] Tab
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Page Orientation
You can select the page orientation (Portrait or Landscape).
Page Size
You can specify the paper size of documents to be scanned. Select a size from the drop-down list.
You can also specify the width and length of the documents directly by selecting "Custom" in the drop-down list.
Split Image
You can split a scanned image into two. You can also rotate the split images by specifying the rotation angle.
[Scan Area] Button
Clicking this button displays the [Scan Area] dialog box.
You can specify an area to be scanned for a page of the selected size. By dragging the rectangle on the page with the
mouse, you can change the size of the area. You can also specify the area by typing in numbers in the boxes.
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[Image Processing] Tab
Quick Set
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Some image-processing-related settings, which are commonly used, are readily available. Select a setting pattern,
and you do not have to configure settings one by one. The following setting patterns are available (Selectable only
when [Black and White] is selected under [Mode]):
Normal documents
(default)
This setting pattern is suitable for scanning business documents often
handled in the office.
Advanced DTC
Any types of documents are binarized in good conditions. Even if you scan
documents containing light text, text on the colored background, and color
charts, which do not lend themselves to scanning based on the ordinary
binarization, you can obtain high-quality images.
NCR forms with background removed
You can remove the background and smooth out jaggies in the image.
Magazines, Brochures, etc.
This setting pattern is suitable for scanning magazines and brochures,
which contain both text and images.
Custom Settings
You can specify the following image-processing-related settings separately.
DTC Variance
You can select a DTC Variance setting depending on the brightness of the image.
Edge Processing
You can select a setting depending on how sharp you want to make the image.
Low, Mid, High
Outlines of images are emphasized. Select a setting from Low, Mid, and
High.
Smoothing
Jaggies are smoothed.
Reverse Image Format
You can output reversed images.
Overscan
You can set the overscan function. Documents are scanned in a paper size larger than the one specified in the [Paper
Size] drop-down list.
Hole Punch Removal
When scanning punched documents that have punch holes on them, their images are output with punch holes
removed. The background color is "black."
Fill with white
Punch hole marks are filled with white.
Background color
Punch hole marks are filled with the most used color around the punch
holes.
When scanning a color document, select [Background color]. If you select [Fill with white], punch holes will be filled
with white.
[Paper Handling] Tab
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Pre-pick
Pre-picking is a function that prepares the next document for scanning, feeding it to the position at which the scanning
starts beforehand. You can specify whether you want to enable Pre-picking or not from this drop-down list.
Backing
You can specify the background color, white or black.
Multifeed Detection
Multifeed refers to an error that occurs when more than one sheet of paper is fed into the ADF at the same time. You
can specify based on what (overlap or length) a multifeed error can be detected so that you can stop scanning at error
detection and receive an error message.
Do not stop scanning upon detection
If this checkbox is marked, the scanner ignores multifeed errors and continues scanning.
Multifeed Recovery
Mark the [On] checkbox under [Multifeed Recovery].
Auto-cancel Timer
Scanning is not restarted for the set period of time (minutes) after a multifeed error. If scanning is not started after
the set minutes, the application is notified of the error by the driver. Note that if the Auto-cancel Timer is set to 0, the
application will never be notified of the error.
[Gamma] Tab
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Pattern
You can configure gamma corrections. The gamma patterns include:
Binary (black and white) specified
Normal, Soft, Sharp, Custom, Download
Grayscale/24-bit color specified
Custom, Download
Custom Properties
You can specify custom properties (Gamma, Brightness, Contrast, Shadow, and Highlight) only when you select
[Custom] as a Gamma pattern. Type in a numerical value in each box, click the forward/backward arrows, or drag the
slider to increase/decrease the numerical value. Of those items, [Shadow] and [Highlight] can be specified only when
a Color or Grayscale setting is selected under [Mode].
[Color Dropout] Tab
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Color Dropout
Any of three primary colors (red-green-blue) can be dropped out from document images. For example, when scanning
text in black with the red frame, selecting red color scans only text in black.
This setting is available only when Black and White or Grayscale setting is selected.
[Compression] Tab
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JPEG Quality
You can specify compression levels and image quality for scanning in Color or Grayscale mode.
Sample Ratio
You can specify one of the sample ratios, by which images are compressed, listed in the order of precedence from
highest (listed first) to lowest as follows: YUV 4:4:4 < YUV 4:2:2 < YUV 4:1:1.
The higher the compression rate, the smaller the file size is, but the quality of the scanned image is degraded.
[Imprinter] Tab
You can configure settings for using the imprinter option (to be purchased separately). This tab is not displayed unless the
imprinter option is installed.
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[On] Checkbox
Marking this checkbox enables the Imprinter function.
Format Template
Characters typed in this box are printed on documents. You can enter the following characters (up to 43 characters):
Alphabet
Numerics
Symbols
Year/Month/Day
Time (HH:MM)
Counter
Other
A to Z, a to z (single-width)
0, 1 to 9 (single-width)
! " $ # % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [\ ] ^ _` { | } ~ (single-width)
%Y
%T
%S (Select from 3 to 8 as the number of digits.)
<single-width space>
ATTENTION
To print characters # and %, you have to type in ## and %% respectively because these
are special characters. Take note that typing in only one character (#) displays the counter.
Date
You can specify how to indicate the date format.
Format
Delimiter
Type in the initial value.
Select a delimiter, which is a character that identifies the beginning or the end of a
character string.
Counter
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You can specify the rule to display the counter.
Initial Value
Set the initial value of the counter.
Field Width
Select the number of digits from 3 to 8.
Number Control Select the increment of the counter value.
Top Margin
You can set the distance between the top of the page and the top of the first line printed on the page with a numeric.
Range
Minimum unit
0.5 to 10.5 in. (1.27 to 26.7 cm)
0.1 in. (0.01 cm)
Units
You can specify the unit of the top margin; in inch, in cm, or in pixel.
Font
You can specify the font style from Normal, Bold, and Narrow for printing characters.
Rotation
You can specify the text direction for printing characters.
[About] Tab
On this tab, you can view the information about the ISIS driver and the scanner connected to your computer.
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ScandAll PRO is software for scanning images, which is in conformity with both TWAN/ISIS standards. Using the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 or FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver together with ScandAll PRO allows you to create document images.
The following explains how to scan documents with the scanner through ScandAll PRO.
HINT
For information about the features of ScandAll PRO, refer to ScandAll PRO Help.
Launching ScandAll PRO
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs]→[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO]→[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO].
ScandAll PRO starts up.
Selecting a Scanner Driver
ScandAll PRO supports both TWAIN and ISIS standards and allows you to invoke either the TWAIN driver or the ISIS
driver for scanning images with the scanner. This scanner comes with two drivers, FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
and FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver, which you can use with this scanner.
The following explains how to select a scanner driver with ScandAll PRO (how to switch between the FUJITSU TWAIN and
ISIS scanner drivers).
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In ScandAll PRO, the default [Device Driver] is [TWAIN].
There is no functional difference between the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 and FUJITSU ISIS
scanner drivers. You can use one of them according to your preferences.
1. From the [Tool] menu, select [Preferences].
The [Setup] dialog box appears.
2. On the [Scan] tab, under [Device Driver], select either of drivers.
To use FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, select [TWAIN].
To use FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver, select [ISIS].
3. Click the [OK] button to close the [Setup] dialog box.
Selecting a Scanner
To scan documents with a scanner, you have to select its name from the list beforehand.
The following explains how to select a scanner to use.
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1. From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner].
The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears.
2. Select a scanner you want to use.
When the driver is FUJITSU TWAIN 32, select [FUJITSU fi-6130dj] or [FUJITSU fi-6230dj], and then click the
[Select] button.
When the driver is FUJITSU ISIS, select [Fujitsu fi-6130] or [Fujitsu fi-6230], and then click the [Select] button.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
How to Display the Scanner Driver Setup Dialog Box
You can configure settings for scanning documents with the selected scanner in the setup dialog box of a scanner driver.
Select the [Scan] menu, and then select [Setting] to display the setup dialog box.
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For information about setting items you can configure, see Section "2.5 How to Use the Scanner Drivers."
How to Scan Documents
With ScandAll PRO, you can scan documents with a scanner, in either of two ways:
Scan
You have to configure settings, such as the file format, destination, and scanning parameters, every time you
scan a document.
Use [Scan] when you want to scan a small amount of documents as necessary.
Batch Scan
You may want to use the same settings repeatedly. You can configure settings such as the file format,
destination, and scanning parameters, image-related properties, and an application to link with and create a
profile with these settings saved.
You can create more than one profile beforehand, so you do not have to configure settings every time you scan
documents. You only switch between profiles.
Use [Batch Scan] when you want to scan a large volume of documents using various profiles.
Scan
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Scan Settings].
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Or, select the [Scan Settings] button (
) on the toolbar.
The [Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
3. In the [Scan Settings] dialog box, configure various settings for saving scanned document
images.
[Save to file] Checkbox
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To save scanned document images immediately after scanning, mark this checkbox.
If you want to verify scans before saving them to file, clear this checkbox.
Folder Name
You can specify a folder to save scanned document images.
Type in a full path in the box or click the [Browse] button to select a desired folder
File Name
A file name used to save scanned document image files is displayed.
When you want to use the name rule for file names, mark the [Use the Name Rule] checkbox, click the
[Name Rule] button to display the [Name Rule] dialog box, and change the naming rule. When creating
multiple image files at a scan, you can specify how to name those files.
Clear this checkbox when you want to specify a file name on this dialog box.
File Format
You can select a file format to save image files.
Bitmap (*.bmp), TIFF (*.tif), JPEG (*.jpg/*.j2k), PDF (*.pdf), or PDF/A (*.pdf) can be selected.
(When you select a multi-page format such as MultiPage TIFF , PDF, and PDF/A, multiple images can be
saved in a file.)
Color Format
You can specify color mode (the number of colors to be used to display image data).
When [Use Detail Scanner settings] is selected, you cannot select the compression format below. The
default compression format is applied.
Compression
You can select how to compress files to save.
Document
When scanning a document containing more than one page, you can specify whether to create one file
containing all pages or to divide into files each containing the specified number of pages.
This becomes selectable only when a multi-page format is selected.
File Overwrite Warning
You can select whether to receive a confirmation message when scanned document image files with the
same names already exist in the destination folder. If you select [Do not display confirmation dialog], those
files are replaced with new ones.
Number of pages to scan
You can specify the number of pages to be scanned at a scan.
To make a confirmation message when no paper remains in the ADF paper chute, mark the [Show
confirmation when there is no paper on ADF] checkbox.
[Display the scanned document image immediately after the scan] Checkbox
Specify whether to preview a scanned document image or not. By default, this checkbox is marked.
If memory becomes insufficient because the file size of a scanned document image is too large to display,
clear this checkbox. (*Only when the [Save to file] checkbox is marked, this checkbox can be cleared.)
[Show TWAIN dialog before each batch scan process] Checkbox
Marking this checkbox displays the setup dialog box at a scan when the TWAIN driver is used for scanning.
(* When the FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver is used, this checkbox is not available.)
4. Click the [Scanner Setting] button.
The scanner driver setup dialog box appears.
5. Configure various settings for scanning documents.
For more details about the settings, see Section "2.5 How to Use Scanner Drivers."
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FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
6. When you finished setting, click the [OK] button in the dialog box (FUJITSU TWAIN 32
Scanner Driver/ FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver).
You are returned to the [Scan Settings] dialog box.
7. Click the [Scan] button.
HINT
When you use the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, clicking the [Scan] button may
display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box. If so, you can also change settings in the
dialog box displayed.
Click the [Scan] button to scan documents.
Click the [Close] button when you finish scanning.
If you do not want to display the scanner driver’s dialog box, clear the [Show TWAIN dialog
before each batch scan process] checkbox in the [Scan Settings] dialog box.
A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed on the ScandAll PRO
window, and then the image is saved to file.
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HINT
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If you do not mark the [Save to file] checkbox in the [Scan Settings] dialog box,
scanned document images are not saved. To save the files, from the [File] menu,
select [Save As].
To scan the next document with the same settings, from the [Scan] menu, select
[Scan]. Or, click the [Scan] button ( ) on the toolbar.
For information about other scanning operations, see Chapter "3 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS."
For more details about the features and operations of ScandAll PRO, refer to [ScandAll PRO Help].
Batch Scan
You can save various settings as profiles beforehand.
Batch Scan allows you to scan documents by using those profiles.
<Creating/Editing Profiles>
1. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan Settings].
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Or, click the [Batch Scan Settings] button (
) on the toolbar.
The [Batch Scan Setting] dialog box appears.
2. Do the following as necessary:
- To create a new profile:
Click the [Add] button.
A new profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box. (Go to step 3.)
- To create a new profile based on an existing profile:
Select a profile you want to use as the basis from the profile list, and then click the [Copy] button.
A new profile based on the selected profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box. (Go to step 3.)
- To change the settings of an existing profile:
Select a profile you want to change settings for, and click the [Edit] button.
The selected profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box. (Go to step 3.)
- To delete an existing profile from the profile list.
Select a profile you want to delete, and then click the [Delete] button. When you see a confirmation
message, click the [Yes] button.
The selected profile is deleted.
HINT
If the [Type] of a profile in the profile list is [Template], it is a sample profile. It cannot be
used for scanning documents. Use sample profiles as the basis for you to create new profiles.
3. In the [Profile Editor] dialog box, configure settings for scanning and saving scanned
document images.
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[General] Tab
You can type in a profile name and description, and select a profile type.
[Scan] Tab
You can configure settings for a scanner to use.
Clicking the [Detail Scanner Settings] button displays the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
[File format and Name scheme] Tab
You can specify various parameters for saving scanned document images.
[Document separator] Tab
You can select how to separate documents.
Each separated document is counted according to the set Name Rule.
[Filter] Tab
You can select a filter to use for scanning.
[Linking] Tab
You can select what to do with scanned document images after scanning; send by e-mail, upload to the FTP
server or Microsoft® SharePoint Server(*), print with a printer, or open with an application.
*: Where there is no distinction between "Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Portal Server 2003" and
"Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007", the general term "Microsoft® SharePoint Server" is used.
Note: For details about the above settings, refer to ScandAll PRO Help.
4. Click the [OK] button.
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You are returned to the [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box.
Added or copied profiles by using the [Add] or [Copy] button appear in the profile list.
<Scanning Documents>
A: From the menu (Method 1)
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan Settings].
The [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
3. Select a profile you want to use for scanning.
4. Click the [Scan] button.
A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed on the ScandAll PRO
window, and then the image is saved to file.
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B: From the menu (Method 2)
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan], and then select [a profile name you want to use].
A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed on the ScandAll PRO
window, and then the image is saved to file.
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C: From the toolbar
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. From the [Select the Batch Profile] drop-down list on the toolbar, select a profile to use.
3. Click the [Start Batch Scan] button (
) on the toolbar.
A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed on the ScandAll PRO
window, and then the image is saved to file.
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Chapter 3 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS
This chapter describes how to scan various types of documents, using the combination of ScandAll PRO and FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver as an example.
In this chapter, Windows XP screenshots are used as examples.
The screens and operations provided herein may be different from actual ones if the operating system you are using is
not Windows XP.
Please take note that, when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations herein may also
be slightly different.
If so, refer to the document provided with the update.
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3.1 Scanning Both Sides of Documents
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. Select [ADF [Duplex]] under [Scan Type].
5. Click the [OK] button.
Changes made on this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32 closes.
6. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
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For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.2 Scanning Books [fi-6230 only]
CAUTION
Never look into the light source directly during scanning.
1. Open the document cover.
2. Remove the document cover as shown in the figure below.
3. Read the document on the document bed face down.
4. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
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5. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
6. Select [Flat Bed] under [Scan Type].
7. Click the [OK] button.
Changes made on this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32 closes.
8. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
ATTENTION
Do not move the document during scanning.
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
9. When scanning ends, re-attach and gently close the document cover.
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3.3 Scanning Large Documents with Flatbed [fi-6230 only]
1. Open the document cover.
2. Remove the document cover as shown in the figure below.
3. Load the document on the document bed face down.
4. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
5. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
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6. Select [Flat Bed] under [Scan Type].
7. Click the [OK] button.
Changes made on this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32 closes.
8. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
ATTENTION
Do not move the document during scanning.
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
9. When scanning ends, re-attach and gently close the document cover.
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3.4 Scanning Documents of Different Widths
When you scan documents of different widths at one time from the ADF, some documents that are small in paper size may
be skewed or may not be fed into the scanner. It is recommended that only documents of the same width be scanned at one
time.
In the case where you have to scan documents of different widths together, scan them, following the procedure below.
1. To prevent images from skewing, select [Automatic Page Size Detection] from the [Automatic
Size and Skew Detection] drop-down list.
For details, see Section "3.10 Correcting Skewed Documents."
2. Center all documents as shown in the figure below.
3. Place the documents on the ADF paper chute, and then adjust the side guides so that they lightly
touch the widest sheets of paper.
ATTENTION
When placing a stack of documents on the scanner, make sure that all documents are
directly under the pick roller. Off-center documents, which are not under the pick roller,
cannot be fed into the scanner.
4. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.5 Scanning Documents Longer Than A4/Letter Size
1. Load the documents on the ADF paper chute.
For details on loading documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order presented.
Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. Select [Long page (Front Side)] or [Long page (Duplex)] from [Scan Type].
Select [Long page (Front Side)] for single-sided scanning; [Long page (Duplex)] for double-sided scanning.
The [Long Page Paper Size Setting] window appears.
5. Specify a document length, and then click the [OK] button.
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6. Click the [OK] button.
Changes made on this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32 closes.
7. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
ATTENTION
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You cannot use ScandAll PRO while the following options are enabled:
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Multi Image Output
❍
Auto Color Detection
If you want to scan a document that is longer than 34 inches (864 mm), specify a
resolution of 200 dpi or lower.
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3.6 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
You can create PDF files from the scanned document images by either of the following two ways:
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From ScandAll PRO
Recommended for scanning in color or grayscale mode.
You can:
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Reduce the size of PDF files.
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Create PDF files with facility.
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From Adobe Acrobat
Recommended when you want to create PDF files quickly and when you scan documents in black-and-white mode.
You can:
❍
Create PDF files at an original resolutionin in a short time.
❍
Create PDF files compressed to a desired size by changing compression rates.
The file size of color documents increases if scanned by following a general procedure. You can drastically reduce the
size if you run Acrobat Distiller before saving. For details, see "HINT" in Step 7 of the "From Adobe Acrobat" section.
ATTENTION
Notes on the use of Adobe Acrobat
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As Adobe Acrobat's settings override the settings of the scanner driver, such as
[Resolution], [Scan Type], and [Image Mode] , the scanned image may not be
displayed as configured with the previous settings in the scanner driver.
The following functions cannot be used:
❍
[256 Color] or [8 Color]
❍
[Rotation Degree] when [End of Page Detection] is selected
❍
Long Page Scanning
❍
Automatic Page Size Detection
When scanning a paper document and converting the scanned document image to PDF
by using Acrobat, unexpected images may be output when:
1. Setting [Edge Shadow Removal] in Acrobat, and setting [Digital Endorser] or
[Black Background] options in the TWAIN driver at the same time. Character
strings on images or part of background may be missed.
Solution 1: In Acrobat, select [File] → [Create PDF] → [From Scanner...] →
[Image Settings...], and set [Edge shadow removal] to [OFF] or set [Color/
Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] under [Compression] to a setting other than
[Adaptive].
Solution 2: Adjust the scanning density in the TWAIN driver.
2. Setting [Color/Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] to [Adaptive] under
[Compression] in Acrobat and scanning documents in a resolution lower than
the recommended resolution for Acrobat.
Solution: Set [Color/Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] to a setting other than
[Adaptive] under [Compression].
3. Setting [Overscan] in the TWAIN driver because a document longer than the
double letter (11x17 in.) or A3 size cannot be loaded in Acrobat.
Solution: When scanning a double letter (11x17 in.) or A3 size document, do
not set [Overscan] in TWAIN driver.
For more information on Acrobat, including the use of Acrobat, refer to "Create a PDF
file from a scanned document" in Acrobat Help.
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1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. In ScandAll PRO, select [PDF File], [SinglePage PDF File], [PDF/A file], or [SinglePage PDF/A file]
to save scanned document images.
When you want to perform [Scan]
In the [File Format] drop-down list, select one of the above settings.
When you want to perform [Batch Scan]
Select a profile you want to use for scanning to display it in the [Profile Editor] dialog box. Select the [File format and
Name scheme] tab, and then select one of the above settings from the [File Format] drop-down list.
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HINT
[PDF file] and [SinglePage PDF file] are saved in format compatible with Adobe Acrobat 4.0
(PDF 1.3); [PDF/A file] and [SinglePage PDF/A file] are saved in PDF/A-lb format (format
for an archive of digital documents based on PDF 1.4).
[SinglePage PDF file] and [SinglePage PDF/A file] create one file per image; [PDF file] and
[PDF/A file] create one file containing multiple images.
4. To configure PDF-related settings, click the [PDF Option] button (
).
The [Output PDF file] dialog box appears.
In this dialog box, you can change the compression rate, turn on the OCR function (to make searchable PDF files), and
enhance the security of created PDF files by adding a password to.
[Basic] Tab
Change the compression rate for creating PDF files from scanned document images.
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Compression Rate
Move the slider bar to change the compression rate.
The compression rate can be changed in five levels from 1 to 5. (By default, the compression rate is set to 3.)
Moving the slider bar to right increases the compression rate. The higher the compression rate, the smaller
the file size, but the image quality is degraded.
This setting takes effect on color images only. When images are saved as monochrome images, this setting
is ignored.
[Color High Compression] Checkbox
When this checkbox is marked, image portions in a color image are compressed at a higher rate separately
from text. Therefore, when a document containing mostly text is scanned, the file size can be made smaller
without causing text to become blurred. This setting is not suitable for scanning photographs and figures
because the image quality of highly-compressed photographs and figures is degraded.
Marking this checkbox increases the system load, which may cause the scanner to take a very long time to
scan.
[OCR] Tab
You can configure settings so that PDF files are converted into searchable text when they are created from scanned
document images.
Unless OCR (optical character recognition) is turned on, scanned document images are saved as PDF files in a format
that computers cannot recognize, or in other words they are not made searchable. Through OCR, text on the image is
recognized and text information is embedded into the image, making the image file searchable.
(Note that, if you turn on OCR, scanning takes time longer than if you do not.)
[Convert into Searchable PDF] Checkbox
The scanned document images are converted into searchable PDF files and saved.
Language
You can select a language to use for text recognition from the following:
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Traditional/Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, and
Russian.
[Make only the first page searchable] Checkbox
When scanning a document containing multiple pages, you can make only the first page searchable. If this
checkbox is marked, the time required is shorter than the time required for the conversion of all pages.
[Security] Tab
You can enhance security by setting a password for PDF files.
Once a password is added, you cannot open the PDF files unless you enter a correct password, which you type in in
this dialog box.
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[Add a Document Open Password to created PDF files] Checkbox
You can set a "Document Open" password to PDF files. Up to 16 characters (single-width) can be used for a
password. This checkbox is available only for Adobe PDF files. (For PDF/A files, passwords cannot be set.)
If this checkbox is marked, the [Password] dialog box appears immediately after scanning.
Password-protected PDF files cannot be opened with ScandAll PRO. Open password-protected PDF files with
Adobe Acrobat.
[Use a fixed password] Checkbox
If this checkbox is marked, all PDF files are protected with the fixed password you type in in this dialog box,
so that the [Password] dialog box does not appear after scanning.
5. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
ATTENTION
ScandAll PRO creates PDF files from scanned document images but does not offer the function
to open PDF files. You can open PDF files with ScandAll PRO anyway, but the displayed images
may not be satisfactory or the operation of ScandAll PRO may become unstable.
To view PDF files, it is recommended an application that can open PDF files, such as Adobe
Acrobat, be used.
From Adobe Acrobat
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch Adobe Acrobat.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Adobe Acrobat] in the order presented. Then, Adobe Acrobat starts
up.
3. From the [File] menu, select [Create PDF], and then select [From Scanner].
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The [Acrobat Scan] dialog box appears.
4. Select [FUJITSU fi-6130dj] or [FUJITSU fi-6230dj] from the [Scanner] drop-down list, and then
click the [Scan] button.
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ATTENTION
If scanned by using the default settings, images outputted may not be satisfactory. It is
recommended the settings be changed, following the procedure below:
1. Clear the [Recognize Text Using OCR] checkbox.
2. Click the [Image Settings] button.
The [Image Settings] dialog box appears.
3. Change settings as follows:
-
Color/Grayscale:
Monochrome:
Background removal:
Edge shadow removal:
none
JBIG2 or CCITT Group 4
Off
Off
The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box appears.
5. Configure settings such as the scan resolution and document size, and then click the [Scan] button.
6. To finish scanning, select [Scanning complete] and click the [OK] button.
Scanned images are displayed.
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7. From the [File] menu, select [Save As] or [Save] to save the scanned images.
For details on the operation of Adobe Acrobat, refer to Adobe Acrobat Help.
HINT
If you save scanned document images as described above, the file size may increase greatly. To reduce the
file size, save images following the procedure below. (It may take more time than you save as described
above.)
1. Select [File] → [Print].
2. In the dialog box below, select [Adobe PDF] from the [Name] drop-down list.
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3. Click the [Properties] button.
4. Select the [Adobe PDF Settings] tab.
5. Select a desired setting from the [Default Settings] drop-down list.
The following shows an example when [Smallest File Size] is selected.
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6. Click the [OK] button.
7. Click the [OK] button in the [Print] dialog box.
8. Enter a file name, and then click the [Save] button in the [Save PDF File As] dialog box.
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3.7 Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color)
You can select a color from primary colors (red, green, and blue) to remove (drop out) from a scanned document image.
(Note the dropout color can be specified only in binary (black & white) mode.) For example, when you scan a document
containing black text with green frames, you can output an image of only black text by specifying green to be dropped out
from the image. Enable the dropout color setting in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
Original
Created image
Example: When green is selected as a dropout color
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [Advance] button.
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The [Advance] dialog box appears.
5. Select a color you want to remove, from the [Dropout Color] drop-down list under [More].
For example, when you want to obtain only black text image from a document containing black text outlined in green,
select [Green] from the list.
If you want no color to be dropped out, select [None].
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6. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
7. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
8. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.8 Skipping Blank Pages
Blank pages in a document are detected and removed automatically. For example, when scanning both double-sided
and single-sided documents together in duplex mode, you can obtain the scanned document images without blank
pages. Configure the setting in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure for skipping blank pages using the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver:
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [Option] button.
The [Option] dialog box appears.
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5. Select the [Job/Cache] tab.
6. Mark the [Blank Page Skip] checkbox.
If this checkbox is marked, cache mode is automatically changed to [Ram cache].
7. With the slider control under [Blank Page Skip], specify the Blank Page Skip degree.
<In Binary/Halftone mode>
For white pages, use the [Black Dots Ratio] slider bar to specify a degree of accuracy needed to skip blank pages. For
black pages, use the [White Dots Ratio] scroll bar to specify a degree of accuracy needed to skip blank pages. The
value displayed to the right of the slider bar shows a noise (dots) ratio(*1). If a scanned page includes dots less than
this value, the page is recognized as blank. You can select OFF(- -) or a value from 0.2% to 3.0% (in increments of
0.2%).
*1: Ratio of black dots included in a scanned area. (for white pages)
<In Color/Grayscale mode>
Use the slider bar to specify a level in five levels from 1 to 5. The larger the number, the higher the accuracy.
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8. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
9. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
10. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.9 Detecting Multifeeds
"Multifeed" is a feeding error that occurs when two or more sheets in the ADF paper chute are fed simultaneously into
the scanner.
You can set the scanner to detect multifeed, stop scanner operation, and display an error message.
To set the scanner to detect multifeed, change the settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box or in the Software
Operation Panel.
For how to configure the settings using the Software Operation Panel, see Section "8.4 Multifeed Detection."
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order presented.
Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [Option] button.
The [Option] dialog box appears.
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5. Select the [Job/Cache] tab.
6. Select how to detect multifeeds from the [Multifeed Detection] drop-down list under [ADF Option].
The following are how to detect multifeeds:
None
Check overlapping
Check length
Check overlapping and
length
Multifeed detection is not performed.
The scanner monitors the thickness of fed documents. The scanner detects a
multifeed based on an increased thickness when multiple sheets are fed
simultaneously.
The scanner monitors the length of fed documents. The scanner detects a multifeed
based on an increased length when multiple sheets are fed simultaneously.
The scanner monitors both document thickness and length to detect multifeeds.
For more information on multifeed detection, see Section "7.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions."
7. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
8. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
9. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.10 Correcting Skewed Documents
The skew of documents can be detected and corrected automatically by enabling the Automatic Deskew function.
Change the setting in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to place documents, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [Option] button.
The [Option] dialog box appears.
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5. Select the [Rotation] tab.
6. Select [Automatic Page Size Detection] from the [Automatic Size and Skew detection] drop-down
list.
HINT
With the [Priority] slider control, you can change the accuracy of Automatic Page Size
Detection.
Move the slider to right to improve the detection accuracy. Note that the higher the
accuracy, the longer the processing time, and the scanning speed becomes slower.
When detecting paper sizes of index sheets or documents to which sticky notes or index
tabs are attached, set the Priority to 2.
When detecting paper sizes of sheets or documents whose one side's background is in dark
color, set the Priority to 3.
Priority
Document type suited for scanning
0
Document whose side's linearity is high
1
Index sheet or document to which sticky notes or index tabs are attached
2
Index sheet or document to which sticky notes or index tabs are note
attached
3
Document with one side in dark background color
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ATTENTION
If one of the following conditions is met, the Automatic Page Size Detection may not work
properly.
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Paper is 52g/m2 or less in weight
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Documents are not rectangular
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The margin of pages is filled with dark color
7. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
8. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
9. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.11 Outputting Multi-Images
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3.11 Outputting Multi-Images
You can obtain both color/grayscale and black-and-white images at a scan (Multi Image Output).
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Configure Multi Image settings using the scanner driver.
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Example: When the color document is scanned with Multi Image Output being set
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, mark the [Enable Multi Image] checkbox.
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The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
5. Select [Multi Image Output] under [Output mode].
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6. Select the order to output multi-images under [Order (for Multi Image Output)].
Primary: Color/Grayscale - Secondary: Binary
First, a Color or Grayscale image is output, and then a Black-and-White image.
Primary: Binary - Secondary: Color/Grayscale
First, a Black-and-White image is output, and then a Color or Grayscale image.
7. Under [Select Current Image Setting], select a side, and then configure settings for each side in
the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
8. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
9. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.12 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection
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3.12 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection
This scanner features automatic detection of color or black-and-white document scans (the term "scan," in this case, refers
to a produced image by scanning).
Scanning color documents produces color (or grayscale) images, and scanning black-and-white documents produces
black-and-white images.
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Configure Multi Image settings using the scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, mark the [Enable Multi Image] checkbox.
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The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
5. Select [Auto Color Detection] under [Output mode].
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6. Under [Select Current Image Setting], select a side, and then configure settings for each side in
the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
You need to configure both of the settings for [Color/Grayscale] detection and for [Binary] detection in advance.
7. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
8. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.13 Splitting a Page in Two Pages
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3.13 Splitting a Page in Two Pages
You can obtain two images by horizontally splitting a scanned page image.
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Enable the Split Image function in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
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The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [Option] button.
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The [Option] dialog box appears.
5. Select the [Rotation] tab.
6. Mark the [Split Image] checkbox.
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HINT
When a double-sided document is scanned in Duplex mode, the scanned document image is
output according to the [Flip Side Rotation] setting in the order presented below:
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Book: Upper half → Lower half
Fanfold: Lower half → Upper half
ATTENTION
If one of the following settings is set, this function is not available.
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Multi Image Output
Color/Monochrome Auto Detection
The resolution is set to 1200dpi
7. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
8. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
9. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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3.14 Removing Punch Holes from Images
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3.14 Removing Punch Holes from Images
You can remove (obscure) punch holes (black dots) from scanned document images when scanning punched documents.
Configure the Hole Punch Removal settings using the scanner driver.
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The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the ADF paper chute, see Section "2.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning."
For how to load documents on the Flatbed, see Section "2.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning [fi-6230
only]."
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] → [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] in the order
presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver's setup dialog box, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
4. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Option] button.
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The [Option] dialog box appears.
5. Select the [Rotation] tab.
6. Select [Automatic Page Size Detection] or [Black Background] from the [Automatic Size and Skew
detection] drop-down list.
If you select a setting other than [Automatic Page Size Detection] or [Black Background], [Hole punch removal] is not
available.
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7. Select [Fill with white] or [Background color] from the [Hole punch removal] drop-down list.
Fill with white
: Punch hole marks are filled with white
Background color : Punch hole marks are filled with a color most used around the holes.
When scanning a color document, select [Background color]. If you select [Fill with white], punch holes will be filled
with white.
8. Click the [OK] button.
You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
9. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
10. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, see Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
Punch hole marks cannot be removed when:
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Hole marks are not aligned along with the edge of the document.
Hole mark sizes vary or hole marks appear at various intervals. (Punch hole marks at various intervals can be removed
when [Priority] is set to 3.)
The document is not rectangular.
The document of dark-colored background is scanned.
Characters or figures exist at the edge of the document, or characters or figures overlap with hole marks.
With [Automatic Page Size Detection] enabled, the document of a size larger than the specified page size is scanned.
With [Black Background] selected, the document of a different size from the specified page size is scanned.
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HINT
Depending on the documents, characters and/or graphics may be mistakenly detected as
punch holes and filled with a color, or punch holes may not be filled with a color at all. If
these happen, select [Automatic Page Size Detection] and specify "3" for [Priority] to
improve hole punch removal accuracy.
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3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
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3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
With ScandAll PRO, you can perform batch scan at a press of the button, by assigning a Batch Scan profile to the [Scan]
or [Send to] button. For details of assigning applications to the [Scan] and [Send to] buttons, see "Appendix 1 Before
Using the [Scan] and [Send to] buttons."
The following shows the procedure to do so.
1. From the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].
2. Select [Scanners and Cameras].
3. Display the [fi-6130dj Properties] or [fi-6230dj Properties] dialog box.
In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj] icon.
In Windows 2000 or Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj] icon.
4. Select the [Events] tab.
5. Select a button to use for an event.
In Windows XP, from the [Select an event] drop-down list, select an event to launch the application.
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3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
The following events can be selected:
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Scan Button (Press the [Scan] button)
Send to 1 to 9 (With a number from 1 to 9 displayed on the Function Number Display, press the [Send to]
button)
6. Select [ScandAll PRO] as the application to launch when an event occurs.
In Windows XP, select [Start this program] under [Actions], and select an application from the drop-down list on the
right.
7. Click the [OK] button.
HINT
To link another button, perform steps 3 to 7 again.
8. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs]→[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO]→[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO], and then ScandAll PRO
starts up.
9. From the [Tool] menu, select [Preferences].
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The [Setup] dialog box appears.
10. Select the [Event] tab.
11. Click the action of the Event you selected in step 5, and then select a profile from the list you want
to use for scanning.
HINT
You have to create profiles beforehand.
For information about how to create profiles, refer to "Batch Scan" in Section "2.6 How to
Use ScandAll PRO."
12. Click the [OK] button.
13. Exit ScandAll PRO.
When you press the linked button, ScandAll PRO starts up, and batch scan is executed according to the selected
profile’s settings.
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3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
HINT
Use the [Send to] button, following the procedure below:
1. Press the [Function] button, and change a number displayed on the Function
Number Display.
2. When the displayed number and the event number you have selected in step 5
(Send to 1 - 9) matches, stop pressing the [Function] button.
3. Press the [Send to] button.
Function Number Display
[Function] Button
[Send to] Button
[Scan] Button
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3.16 Splitting Documents by Patch Code
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3.16 Splitting Documents by Patch Code
ScandAll PRO supports a job separation function with patch code sheets. The patchcode-based job separation function
can divide multiple pages of scanned images into pre-determined unit and save them to different folder separetely
without interruption. A PDF or TIFF (multipage) file can be separated and stored as multiple files in pre-determined
document unit.
The procedure is described below.
1. Prepare patch code sheets.
Two sizes (A4 and Letter) of PDF files are provided as patch code sheets. Before using the job separation function with
patch code sheets, select [Start]→[All Programs]→[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO]→[Patch Code (A4)] or [Patch Code (Letter)],
and then print a PDF file of either "Patch Code (A4)" or "Patch Code (Letter)" as many as you need.
Patch Code (A4)
Image data of a patch code sheet with A4 size
Patch Code (Letter)
Image data of a patch code sheet with Letter size
ATTENTION
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Use white paper to print out patch code sheets.
To make photocopies of the printed patch code sheet, make the same size and same
density of photocopies as the original patch code sheets.
Using the same patch code sheets repeatedly may decrease the recognition
accuracy due to the dirt contaminated on the document. If the patch code sheets
are not recognized correctly or get smudged, make new prints of the patch code
sheets.
2. Create a new batch profile on ScandAll PRO, and open the [Profile Editor] window.
For how to create a profile, see "Batch Scan" in Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
3. Click on the [Document separator] tab.
4. Mark the [Use Patchcode-Based Job Separation Sheet] checkbox.
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HINT
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To suppress scanning the patch code sheet images, check the [Remove separation
sheet] checkbox.
In duplex scan mode, you can disable scanning of the rear side of the patch code
sheet by selecting the [Remove the next page of a separation sheet] checkbox.
5. Insert patch code sheets to wherever you want the file/folder to separate.
6. Specify the created batch profile, and then perform the batch scan.
For how to perform the batch scan, see "Batch Scan" in Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
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HINT
When storing each of the scanned documents, which are separated with patch-code sheets,
in separate folders, change the settings in the [Name Rule] dialog box opened by clicking the
[Name Rule] button on the [File format and Name scheme] tab in the [Profile Editor] dialog
box.
Mark the [Create Directories Separately] checkbox in the [Name Rule] dialog box.
The created folder is named with the title of the document counter and is used to store the
scanned data.
Example of storing data in folders:
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3.17 Scanning Using Barcodes
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3.17 Scanning Using Barcodes
ScandAll PRO supports a job separation function with barcode-printed sheets (hereinafter reffered to as the "barcode").
The barcode-based job separation function can divide multiple pages of scanned images into pre-determined unit and
save them to different folders separetely without interruption. A PDF or TIFF (multipage) file can be separated and stored
as multiple files in pre-determined document unit. Not only the document counter, but the barcode recognition result
strings can be used for the folder names.
ScandAll PRO is capable of detecting the following types of barcodes:
Code
UPC/EAN/JAN
Numbers
CODE39
Numbers, Alphabets, 7 symbols
1 to 32
(excludes start/stop codes)
CODABAR
4 start/stop characters, numbers,
10 alphabets and symbols
Full ASCII
1 to 32
(excludes start/stop codes)
1 to 32 (excludes check characters)
CODE128
Character set
Digit number
UPC:12
(UPC-A only; includes check digit)
EAN, JAN: 8 or 13 (includes check digit)
The following lists the barcode detection conditions:
Barcode
Barcode
Barcode
Barcode
Item
height
length
margins
base color
Condition
10 mm to 30 mm
300 mm or less
5 mm or more on each side of barcode
White (This may not be recognized correctly depending on the hue of
white color of the paper scanned.)
200 dpi to 600 dpi
Horizontal, and vertical
Resolution
Barcode angle
ATTENTION
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Scanning documents having barcode types not defined for this function could
separate the image data wrongly. This may even delete some of the scanned images
depending on how the scan settings are made. Check the document carefully in
advance to see if it has extra barcodes outside the barcode-scanning area. It is
recommended that you reduce the number of barcode types to sense and narrow
the barcode area to detect.
Using the same patch code sheets repeatedly may decrease the recognition
accuracy due to the dirt contaminated on the document. If the patch code sheets
are not recognized correctly or get smudged, make new prints of the patch code
sheets.
Any control characters and any unusable characters such as \/,:*?"<>| in a file
name are replaced with "_" (underbar).
The barcode may not be recognized correctly depending on the document (skewed),
driver setting and/or printed conditions of barcodes. Operate after ensuring the
barcode is correctly recognized.
The procedure is described below.
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3.17 Scanning Using Barcodes
1. Create a new batch profile on ScandAll PRO, and open the [Profile Editor] window.
For how to create a profile, see "Batch Scan" in Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
2. Click on the [Document separator] tab.
3. Mark the [Use Barcode-Based Job Separation Sheet] checkbox.
HINT
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To suppress scanning the image of the sheet on which barcodes are printed, check
the [Remove separation sheet] checkbox.
In duplex scan mode, you can disable scanning the rear side of the barcode-printed
sheets by selecting the [Remove the next page of a separation sheet] checkbox.
4. Click the [Setup] button.
The [Barcode Setting] dialog box appears.
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ATTENTION
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If scanning performance deteriorates when barcode is used, reduce the detected
barcode types or narrow the barcode area to improve the scanning performance.
If there are multiple barcodes in the barcode detecting area, the one recognized first
will be enabled.
5. Insert the barcode-printed sheets to wherever you want the file/folder to separate.
6. Specify the created batch profile, and then perform the batch scan.
For how to perform the batch scan, see "Batch Scan" in Section "2.6 How to Use ScandAll PRO."
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HINT
When storing each of the scanned documents separated with barcode-printed sheets in
separate folders, and naming the folders with barcode recognition result strings, change the
settings in the [Name Rule] dialog box opened by clicking the [Name Rule] button on the
[File format and Name scheme] tab.
Select the [Use Barcode Characters] radio button, and mark the [Create Directories
Separately] checkbox in the [Name Rule] dialog box.
The created folder is named with the barcode recognition character string and is used to
store the scanned data.
Example of storing data in folders:
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3.18 Not Detecting Multifeed for Fixed Format
When sheets with glued photographs or sticky notes are scanned, the scanner can accidentally detect a multifeed error,
and scanning is interrupted. This section explains "Intelligent Multifeed Function", or a resolution function that eliminates
such a problem (hereinafter referred to as "this function").
This function has one manual mode and two automatic modes as follows:
Intelligent Multifeed Function
There are three modes; select one according to your needs. Select a mode by using the Software Operation Panel.
Item in Software Operation
Method to bypass
Panel
Multifeed
Manual mode
When a Multifeed error
(Bypass by front panel
occurs, press [Send to]
button)
to eject sheet in the
scanner's transport
path. Examine the last
sheet scanned.If no
paper is glued on the
ejected sheet, return
the sheet to the Hopper
and press the [Scan]
button.
If glued paper is
present on the ejected
sheet, return the sheet
to the Hopper, press
the [Function] button
once (Slow Blink rate of
the function number
display will change to
Fast Blink rate) and
press the [Scan]
button. The scanner
will not check for a
Multifeed error on the
first sheet being
scanned. The following
sheets are checked for
Multifeed errors with
the already-existing
Multifeed settings in
the Software Operation
Panel or driver.
(Default)
Applicable case
Use this mode when
you want to continue
scan-ning, while
checking for glued
paper every time a
multifeed error is
detected.
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Comments
Pages scanned before
errors are sent to
memory.
Extraneous images may
be generated during a
Multifeed error.
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Automode 1
(Bypass by
combination of length and
position)
Automode 2
(Bypass by length)
When a Multifeed error
occurs, press [Send to]
to eject sheet in the
scanner's transport
path. Examine the last
sheet scanned.
If no paper is glued on
the ejected sheet,
return the sheet to the
Hopper and press the
[Scan] button.
If glued paper is
present on the ejected
sheet, return the sheet
to the Hopper, press
the [Function] button
once (Slow Blink rate of
the function number
display will change to
Fast Blink rate) and
press the [Scan]
button. The scanner
will record the length
and posi-tion of the
glued paper that
caused the error.
The following sheets
are checked for
Multifeed errors and
then the scanner
bypasses Multifeed, if
the scanned overlap
pattern is same as
already recorded
pattern(s).
When a Multifeed error
occurs, press [Send to]
to eject paper in the
scanner's transport
path. Examine the last
sheet scanned.
If no paper is glued on
the ejected sheet,
return the sheet to the
Hopper and press the
[Scan] button.
If glued paper is
present on the ejected
sheet, return the sheet
to the Hopper, press
the [Function] button
once (Slow Blink rate of
the function number
display will change to
Fast Blink rate) and
press the [Scan]
button. The scanner
will record the length
of the glued paper that
caused the error.
The following sheets
are checked for
Multifeed errors and
then the scanner
bypasses Multifeed, if
the scanned overlap
pattern is the same or
shorter than the
already recorded
pattern.
Use this mode when
you scan many sheets
in a fixed format; for
exam-ple, when every
sheet has the same
size glued paper at the
same location.
Pages scanned before
errors are sent to
memory.
Extraneous images may
be generated during a
Multifeed error.
Use this mode when
you scan multiple
sheets, each having
different-size glued
paper at a dif-ferent
location.
Pages scanned before
errors are sent to
memory.
Extraneous images may
be generated during a
Multifeed error.
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How to Configure Settings with Software Operation Panel
1. Open the Software Operation Panel.
For details, see Section "8.1 Scan Settings."
2. Select the [Device Setting 2] tab from the list on the left of the panel, and then select [Intelligent
Multifeed Function].
3. Using this tab, do the following:
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Intelligent Multifeed Function
Select one of three modes described above.
Clear overlap pattern
If this checkbox is marked, the remembered length and location of glued paper (overlap pattern) are deleted
from memory. Note that the overlap pattern is automatically cleared once you change the bypass mode while
[Do not remember] is selected under [Remember multifeed pattern at power-off]. If [Remember] is selected in
this situation, the pattern will not be cleared. (Up to eight patterns can be remembered at power-off.)
Before Using This Function
Configure the following settings before using this function:
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1. When the TWAIN driver is used; select [Use Memory on Scanner] or [Use both Memory] as [Cache
Mode] on the [Job/Cache] tab of the [Option] dialog box.
Without this step, you cannot continue scanning after a multifeed error.
2. When the ISIS or the TWAIN driver is used; if you want to start scanning by using the [Scan]
button after a multifeed error, configure the driver settings as described below.
[TWAIN driver]
Mark the [Enable Scanner Panel] and [Enable [Scan] Button] checkboxes on the [Startup] tab of the [Option] dialog
box.
[ISIS driver] Mark the [On] checkbox under [Multifeed Recovery] and set [Auto-cancel Timer] to 0 or any value (minutes) on the
[Paper Handling] tab of the [Properties for Fujitsu fi-6130...] dialog box.
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Auto-cancel Timer:
Scanning is not restarted for the set period of time (minutes) after a multifeed error. If scanning is not
started after the set minutes, the application is notified of the error by the driver. Note that if the Autocancel Timer is set to 0, the application will never be notified of the error.
3. In the Software Operation Panel or driver dialog box, select [Check Overlapping] or [Check
Overlapping and length difference]. In addition, specify an area in which a multifeed error is
detected, under [Document check area specification] (Preferences) in the Software Operation
Panel dialog box.
The Intelligent Multifeed Function bypasses multifeed errors within the specified area.
4. Select [Intelligent Multifeed Setting] in the Software Operation Panel, and then select one of the
three modes described above.
Descriptions
1. After a multifeed error, press the [Send to] button to eject sheets from the transport path, or open
the cover and remove sheets from the transport path. Return the ejected or removed sheets onto
the ADF paper chute. When the sheets are removed, the function number displayed changes as
follows:
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No sheets in the transport
path
Multifeed error
"J" and "2" is indicated
alternately
→
A function number blinks
If no paper is glued on a sheet but a multifeed error is detected, press the [Scan] button or restart scanning by using
the personal computer (in this case, do not press the [Function] button).
If glued paper is present on a removed/ejected sheet, and you think it caused a multifeed error, go to step2.
Function Number Display
[Function] Button
[Send to] Button
[Scan] Button
2. When using this function, press the [Function] button, and then make sure that the function
number blinks at shorter intervals before you press the [Scan] button or restart scanning by using
the personal computer.
From then on, the blinking speed of the function number is increased or decreased (switches between "fast" and
"slow") every time the [Function] button is pressed. When sheets are scanned while the function number blinks at
shorter intervals, the scanner operates according to the mode selected as follows:
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Manual mode (Bypass by front panel button)
The first sheet is scanned without a multifeed error being detected. When the second and later
sheets are scanned, multifeed errors are detected based on the settings that have been
configured in the Software Operation Panel or driver dialog box.
●
Auto mode1 (Bypass by combination of length and position)
The scanner remembers the length and location of glued paper (overlap pattern) that caused a
multifeed error and continues scanning. When glued paper of a similar pattern is detected, the
scanner automatically ignores it to avoid multifeed error detection. (Note 1)(Note 2)
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Auto mode2 (Bypass by length)
The scanner remembers the length of the glued paper that caused a multifeed error and
continues scanning. When glued paper of the same or shorter length is scanned, the scanner
automatically ignores it to avoid multifeed error detection. (Note 2)
Note 1:
In this mode, up to 32 overlap patterns can be remembered (stored in memory). When the 33rd overlap
pattern is detected, the first-remembered pattern is deleted from memory.
Note 2:
The remembered overlap patterns can be deleted from memory by pressing the [Function] button for 2
seconds or longer while the function number is blinking. After all overlap patterns are deleted, the display
indicates "o". By doing so, you can delete all 32 overlap patterns. Be care-ful not to delete necessary
overlap patterns, too.
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Chapter 4 DAILY CARE
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Chapter 4 DAILY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
CAUTION
When operating the scanner, the ADF's glass becomes very hot.
Before you clean inside the scanner, turn off its power and unplug the AC adapter from the
outlet. Wait for at least 15 minutes for the ADF glass to cool down.
Do not turn off the scanner when you clean the Feed and Eject rollers.
WARNING
Do not use any aerosol sprays or alcohol based sprays to clean the scanner.
Dust blown up by strong air from the spray may enter the inside of the scanner. This may
cause the scanner to fail or malfunction.
Sparks, caused by static electricity, generated when blowing off dust and dirt from the
outside of the scanner may cause a fire.
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4.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations Requiring Cleaning
Cleaning Materials
The table below shows the cleaning materials that are used on this scanner.
Cleaning Materials
Part No.
Remarks
Cleaner F1
PA03950-0352
1 bottle (100 ml)
Moisten cloth with this fluid and wipe the scanner
clean. (*1)
Cleaning wipe
PA03950-0419
24 sheets per pack (*1)(*2)
Soft, dry cloth
Commercially available.
*1: For details on Cleaner F1, consult the agent where you bought your scanner or an authorized FUJITSU service provider.
*2: Pre-moistened with Cleaner F1, Cleaning Wipes are used instead of moistened cloths.
HINT
It may take long before the cleaner vaporizes if a large quantity is used. When cleaning the
scanner parts, dampen a cloth with modest quantities of the cleaner. In addition, wipe off
the cleaner completely with a soft lint-free cloth to leave no residue on the surface of the
cleaned parts.
Locations and Cycle for Cleaning
Location
Brake roller
Standard Cleaning Cycle
Clean every 5,000 scanned sheets.
Pick roller
Feed roller
Plastic roller
Eject roller
Glass
Ultrasonic sensor
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4.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations Requiring Cleaning
ATTENTION
The scanner must be cleaned more frequently when the following documents are used:
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Documents of coated paper
Documents with printed text or graphics almost covering the entire surface
Chemically treated documents such as carbonless paper
Documents containing a large amount of calcium carbonate
Documents written by pencil
Documents on which the toner is not fused sufficiently
Detergent for cleaning windows or glass cleaner can be used instead of Cleaner F1. However,
do not use paint thinner or other organic solvents.
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4.2 Cleaning the Flatbed [fi-6230 only]
1. Open the document cover.
2. Clean the following locations using a soft cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
Plastic cover
Document bed
ATTENTION
Do not allow moisture to get inside the device during cleaning.
3. Wait for cleaned parts to dry.
4. Gently close the document cover.
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4.3 Cleaning the ADF
As a Guideline, clean the ADF every 5,000 scanned sheets. Note that this guideline varies according to the type of
documents you scan. For example, it may be necessary to clean the ADF more frequently if documents are scanned when
the toner is not sufficiently fixed on the printout.
CAUTION
The glass surface of the ADF becomes hot during the operation of the scanner.
Before you start to clean the inner parts of the scanner, disconnect the AC adapter from the
power outlet, and wait at least 15 minutes to let the glass cool down.
1. Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF open lever and turning the ADF to the front.
ADF open lever
CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your finger.
2. Clean the following locations with a soft, dry cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
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4.3 Cleaning the ADF
No.
Item
1
Brake rollers (x 2)
2
Feed rollers (x 2)
3
Eject rollers (x 2)
4
Glasses (x 2)
5
Pick rollers (x 2)
6
Plastic rollers (x 4)
7
Ultrasonic sensors (x 2)
ATTENTION
To avoid damaging the document sensors, take care that the cloth does not get hooked into
them when cleaning the inside of the ADF.
Document sensor
Brake roller
Lightly clean the Brake roller along the grooves on the roller taking care not to scratch the roller surface.
When cleaning the Brake roller, remove it from the scanner. For how to remove the Brake Roller, see Section "5.3
Replacing the Brake Rollers."
Pick roller
Lightly clean the Pick roller along the grooves on the roller taking care not to scratch the roller surface. Take particular
care in cleaning this roller as black debris on it adversely affects the pickup performance.
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Plastic roller
Lightly clean the Plastic roller taking care not to damage the roller surface. Take particular care when cleaning this
roller as black debris on it affects document pick performance. Be careful not to damage the sponges attached around
the middle of the roller.
Glass
Clean lightly.
HINT
If the glass is dirty, vertical streaks may apper in the scanned images.
Ultrasonic sensor
Clean lightly with a dry cloth.
With the movie below, review the procedure to clean the Brake roller, Pick roller, Plastic roller, and ADF glass surfaces:
Feed roller/Eject roller
1) Open the ADF when the indication of the Function Number display is not "P" or "0".
If you open the ADF when the indication of the Function Number display is "P" or "0", the Feed rollers/Eject rollers
will not rotate even you perform the operation of step 2 below.
2) Simultaneously hold down the [Send to] and [Scan] buttons on the Operator Panel.
The Feed rollers/Eject rollers start to rotate slowly.
3) Hold a soft cloth moistened with cleaning fluid against the surface of the rotating Feed rollers so that it lightly
cleans the surface of the rollers. Take particular care when cleaning these rollers as black debris on these rollers
affects pickup performance. As a guideline, seven presses of the [Send to] and [Scan] buttons make the Feed
rollers/Eject rollers to rotate one full turn.
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4.3 Cleaning the ADF
[Send to] Button
[Scan] Button
CAUTION
In step 2, all the Feed rollers/Eject rollers turn at the same time. When cleaning the Feed
rollers or Eject rollers, be careful not to touch the other rotating Feed rollers/Eject rollers.
With the movie below, review the procedure to clean the Feed rollers/Eject rollers:
3. Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position until the ADF button locks.
Press center of ADF.
ATTENTION
When the ADF has returned to its original position, make sure that it is completely closed.
Feeding errors may occur if the ADF is not closed completely.
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Chapter 5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES
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Chapter 5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES
This chapter describes how to replace scanner consumables.
In this chapter Windows XP screenshots are illustrated.
The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you are using is other than Windows XP.
Also, when the FUJITSU TWAIN32 or FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver is updated the screens and operations noted in this
chapter will differ slightly.
Refer to the manuals provided with the update.
WARNING
When operating the scanner, the ADF's inside glass becomes very hot.
Before you replace the consumables, turn off its power and unplug the AC adapter from the
outlet. Wait for at least 15 minutes.
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5.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycles
The following table shows the specifications of consumables and their standard replacement cycle. It is recommended that
you stock extra consumables before the ones in the scanner reach the end of their service life. The consumables must be
replaced periodically. You can check the number of scanned pages for the Brake roller unit and the Pick roller unit by
referring to each counter on this scanner. For how to check the count, see Section "5.2 How to Check and Reset the
Consumables Counters."
Description
P/N
Standard Replacement Cycle
Brake roller
PA03540-0001
After 200,000 sheets or one year
Pick roller
PA03540-0002
After 200,000 sheets or one year
The replacement cycles above are rough guidelines for the case of using A4/Letter woodfree or wood containing paper 64 g/
m2 (17 lb). This cycle varies according to the type of the paper used and how frequently the scanner is used and cleaned.
ATTENTION
Use only the specified consumables to avoid document feeding trouble.
To purchase the consumables, contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased the scanner or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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5.2 How to Check and Reset the Consumables Counters
For confirming the abrasion of consumables and resetting the counters, use [Software Operation Panel] on your computer
as shown below.
Checking the Consumables Counters
1. Turn on the scanner, and confirm if it is connected correctly to your computer.
2. From the [start] menu, select [All Programs]→[Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows]→[Software
Operation Panel].
The [Software Operation Panel] dialog box appears.
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5.2 How to Check and Reset the Consumables Counters
3. From the list on the left of the panel, select [Device Setting].
You can confirm the following information in this panel:
Total Page Count (ADF/FB) Total scanned sheets
Brake Roller
Number of sheets scanned since last replacement of the Brake roller
Pick Roller
Number of sheets scanned since last replacement of the Pick roller
Remaining Ink
Remaining ink in the imprinter's (sold separately) ink cartridge.
(Displayed only when the imprinter option is used.)
Resetting the Consumables Counters
Reset the consumables counter(s) every time you replace the consumable(s), following the procedure given below.
1. Click the [Clear] button beside the replaced consumable.
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5.2 How to Check and Reset the Consumables Counters
2. Click the [OK] button on the displayed confirmation message.
The counter is reset to 0.
(The remaining ink indication (percentage) is reset to 100.)
3. If you want to close the [Software Operation Panel] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
Consumables Replacement Message
The following message may appear while using the scanner:
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Replace consumables when this message is displayed.
When you click the [Ignore] button, this message disappears and scanning continues.
You may be able to continue scanning for a while, however, it is recommended that you replace the consumable as soon
as possible.
To stop the scanning and replace the consumable right away, click the [Cancel] button.
For the replacement of consumables, refer to the following sections.
Pick roller:
"5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller"
Brake roller:
"5.3 Replacing the Brake Roller"
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5.3 Replacing the Brake Roller
1. Remove any documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Open the ADF by pulling the ADF open lever and turning the ADF to the front.
ADF open lever
CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your finger.
3. Remove the Brake roller from the scanner.
1) Grab both sides of the Brake roller cover, and press to the inside and pull down (towards you), as shown in the
illustration below.
2) Lift up the right side of the Brake roller and remove the right side of the shaft. Then pull the left side of the shaft
out of its hole to remove it.
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5.3 Replacing the Brake Roller
4. Remove the Brake roller from the shaft.
5. Attach a new Brake roller.
Insert the shaft to the Brake roller aligning the shaft tab with the slot of the Brake roller.
Brake roller's slot
Shaft tab
6. Attach the Brake roller to the scanner.
Attach the Brake roller to the scanner in reverse order of removing.
1) Set the left side of the shaft into place first, then fix the right side of the shaft.
2) Close the Brake roller cover.
7. Close the ADF. Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position until the ADF
button locks.
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5.3 Replacing the Brake Roller
With the movie below, review the procedure to replace the Brake roller.
8. Reset the Brake roller counter.
For how to reset the Brake roller counter, see Section "5.2 How to Check and Reset the Consumables Counters."
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5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller
1. Remove any documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Remove the ADF paper chute from the scanner.
ADF paper chute
3. Open the ADF by pulling the ADF open lever and turning the ADF to the front.
ADF open lever
CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your finger.
4. Remove the Pick roller from the scanner.
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5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller
1) Use the handle in the middle of the sheet guide to open it as shown below.
Sheet guide
2) Rotate the Pick roller lever in the direction of the arrow.
Lever
3) Slide the Pick roller in the direction of teh arrow, and then lift it up to remove the shaft from the hole.
CAUTION
Be careful not to touch the gear beside the lever of the Pick Roller as grease is applied to it.
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5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller
5. Remove the Pick roller from the shaft.
Remove the Pick roller from the shaft while lifting up the tab on the Pick roller.
Tab
Pick roller
Shaft
CAUTION
If you lift the pick roller tab with your fingernail, it may hurt your fingernail. Use a
paper clip to lift the pick roller tab if you cannot do it with your finger.
6. Attach a new Pick roller.
Insert the new Pick roller aligning the screw on the shaft with the slot in the Pick roller.
Pick roller shaft
Screw
Slot
Pick roller
ATTENTION
Make sure that the Pick roller is correctly attached. The incompletely-attached Pick roller
might cause document jams or other feed errors.
When attaching the Pick roller to the shaft, make sure that the roller’s tab clicks into place.
7. Attach the Pick roller shaft to the scanner.
Attach the Pick roller shaft to the scanner in reverse order of removing.
1) Set the right side of the Pick roller into place first, then fix the left side of the roller.
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2) Rotate the Pick roller lever in the direction of the arrow.
Lever
3) Close the sheet guide. Make sure that both sides of the side guide are firmly locked.
8. Close the ADF. Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position until the ADF
open leverlocks.
9. Attach the ADF paper chute to the scanner.
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5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller
With the movie below, review the procedure to replace the Pick roller.
10. Reset the Pick roller counter.
For how to reset the Pick roller counter, see Section "5.2 How to Check and Reset the Consumables Counters."
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Chapter 6 TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter describes how to remedy document jams, other troubles, items to check before contacting the agent where
you bought the scanner, and how to check device labels.
ATTENTION
For information about troubles that are not described here, and the details of the errors, refer to
the FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver Help.
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6.1 Removing Jammed Documents
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6.1 Removing Jammed Documents
If a document jam occurred, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed documents.
ATTENTION
●
●
●
Take care not to get injured when removing jammed documents.
Be careful not to get neckties, necklaces, etc. entangled in the scanner when
removing the jammed documents.
The surface of the glass and guides may become hot during operation. Take care not
to get burned.
1. Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute.
2. Open the ADF by pulling the ADF open lever and turning the ADF to the front.
ADF open lever
CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your finger.
3. Remove the jammed document.
ATTENTION
●
●
Staples, paper clips, etc. cause document jams. Be sure to fully check the document
and feed path, and remove any small metal objects such as these.
Also, before you start scanning, be sure to remove any staples, clips, etc. from the
document.
In case you have scanned stapled or clipped documents, do not pull them out
forcibly. Otherwise, the glass and/or guides may be damaged.
4. Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position and lock the ADF open
lever.
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Press center of ADF
ATTENTION
●
●
Make sure that the ADF is completely closed. When it is not completely closed,
feeding errors may occur.
When the scanning is completed or canceled, the documents might remain inside the
ADF even though any error message is not displayed.
Follow
1.
2.
3.
4.
the procedure below to remove the documetns remaining in the ADF.
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
Open the ADF by pulling the ADF open lever toward you.
Remove the remaining documents.
Close the ADF.
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When any error occurs, the operator panel indicates [J] or [U] and a number alternately for temporary errors, or [E], [F],
[C], [H], [A], or [L] and a number alternately for device alarms (permanent error). Temporary errors can be solved by
the operator, but the device alarm require recovery works by support engineers.
If you want to clear the error indication, press the [Scan] or [Send to] button. The scanner will return to the "Ready Status."
Function Number Display
[Function] Button
When the Error Recovery Guide is installed on your computer, its window appears when Windows is started up. If any error
or device alarm occurred, this software displays information such as error names and error codes regarding the error/
alarm. Record the information and click [Details] on its window to learn detailed information for troubleshooting.
HINT
The Error Recovery Guide is stored in the Setup CD-ROM. When installing the application
software, refer to Section "2.3 Installing the Scanner Software" in "fi-6130/fi-6230 Getting
Started."
Temporary Errors
●
Paper Feed Errors
[J] and a number are displayed alternately.
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6.2 Error Indications on the Operator Panel
Indication
●
Meaning
J1
Paper jam
J2
Multifeed error
Remedy
1. Remove the halted or jammed document remaining inside.
For how to remove such documents, see Section "6.1
Removing Jammed Documents."
2. Confirm that the documents meet the paper conditions for
scanning from the ADF. For details see Chapter "7 ADF AND
SPECIFICATIONS."
Pressing the [Send to] button on the Operator Panel ejects the
mutifed document.
Cover Open, Print, and Other Errors
[U] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indication
Meaning
Remedy
U0
Transport lock error (fi-6230 only) Unlock the transport lock. For details refer to "2.1 Installing the
Scanner" in "fi-6130/fi-6230 Getting Started."
U4
The ADF opened during
scanning.
U5
The imprinter cover opened
during scanning.
(when imprinter option is
installed in fi-6130)
U6
The print cartridge of the
imprinter option (for fi-6130 only)
is not set.
Close the ADF completely and load the document again.
This is a temporary error related with the Imprinter option (sold
separately). For details refer to "614PR Imprinter Operator's Guide."
Permanent Errors (device alarms)
●
Motor and Optical Systems
[E] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indication
●
Meaning
Remedy
E0
Flatbed motor malfunction
(fi-6230 only)
1. Confirm that the transfer lock is released.
2. When a device alarm is indicated, turn off and on the scanner.
E1
Optical system error (Flatbed).
(fi-6230 only)
If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and contact the store where you purchased
the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
E2
Optical system error (ADF front).
E3
Optical system error (ADF back).
E6
Operator panel error
E7
Internal memory error (EEPROM)
When you encounter any alarm on the display, turn the scanner off
and on. If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number
Display, record the indicated error code, and contact the store where
you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
E9
Image memory error
Overruning
[F] and a number are displayed alternately.
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Indication
F4
●
Remedy
Meaning
Background switching
mechanism error
When you encounter this alarm on the display, turn the scanner off
and on. If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number
Display, record the indicated error code, and contact the store
where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
Chips
[C] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indication
C0
Meaning
LSI error
Remedy
When you encounter this alarm on the display, turn the scanner off
and on.
If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number Display,
record the indicated error code, and contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
●
Fuses
[H] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indication
●
Meaning
H0
The motor fuse has blown out.
H6
The imprinter fuse has blown out.
(when imprinter option is installed
in fi-6130)
H7
The lamp fuse has blown out.
H8
The background switching motor
fuse has blown out.
Remedy
When you encounter any alarm on the display, turn the scanner off
and on.
If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number Display,
record the indicated error code, and contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
Options (only when imprinter option is installed in fi-6130)
[A] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indication
●
Meaning
A0
Error in imprinter's control board
A1
Communication timeout error in
the imprinter
A2
Error in imprinter's ink head
A3
Error in imprinter's internal
memory (EEPROM)
A4
Imprinter ROM error
Remedy
When a device alarm is indicated, turn the scanner off and on.
If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number Display, note
down the indicated error code, and contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
Sensor
[L] and a number are displayed alternately.
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Indication
L6
Meaning
Ultrasonic sensor error
Remedy
When a device alarm is indicated, turn the scanner off and on.
If the alarm is still displayed on the Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and contact the store where you purchased
the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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This section describes troubles that may occur during scanning and how to remedy those troubles.
Before you ask for repair, check the following flowcharts. If the remedies in these flowcharts do not solve the problem,
check the items in Section "6.4 Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where You Bought the Scanner" and
then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Scanner cannot be turned On.
Indication on Function No. display goes out.
The scanning does not start.
Quality of scanned pictures or photos is not satisfactory when scanning in black and white.
Quality of scanned text of lines is unsatisfactory.
Images are distorted or blurred.
Vertical lines appear in the scanned image.
The Function Number display indicates alarm (with [E] or other alphabetical letter plus a number) after the scanner is turned
ON.
Multifeed errors occur frequently.
Pickup errors occur frequently.
Paper jams occur frequently.
The scanned images are elongated when scanned from the ADF.
There is a shadow on the leading edge of the scanned images.
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Symptom: Scanner cannot be turned ON.
Back
Are the power cable and AC adapter correctly
connected?
Connect the power cable and AC adapter
correctly.
NO
YES
Did you press the Power button?
Press the Power button.
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Indication on Function No. display goes out.
Back
Does the display remain blank even after you
have pressed any button on the Operator
Panel?
The scanner operation is normal.
NO
YES
Does the display remain blank again even after
you have turned ON the scanner?
The scanner operation is normal.
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: The scanning does not start.
Back
Turn OFF the scanner and unlock the transport
lock.
Did you unlock the transport lock of the
Flatbed? (fi-6230 only)
NO
(Refer to "2.1 Installing the Scanner in "fi6130/fi-6230 Getting Started.")
YES
Are the document loaded correctly on the ADF
paper chute?
Load the document correctly on ADF paper
chute.
NO
YES
Remove the document in the ADF paper chute,
open the ADF, and then close it completely.
Is the ADF closed completely?
NO
YES
Connect the interface cable correctly.
Is the interface cable connected correctly?
NO
(Refer to "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to Your
PC" in "fi-6130/fi-6230 Getting Started.")
YES
Use a new interface cable and correctly
connect it.
Is the connector of interface cable broken?
YES
NO
Does the scanning start after running ON the
scanner again?
The scanner operation is normal.
YES
NO
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If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Quality of scanned pictures or photos is not satisfactory when scanning in
black and white.
Back
On the scanner driver, select "halftoning" or
"dithering" before scanning documents.
Did you select halftoning or dithering?
NO
YES
Are the upper/lower glasses and rollers inside
the ADF or the document bed and document
holding pad of the Flatbed (fi-6230 only) clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
NO
(For details on how to clean the dirty locations,
see Chapter "4 DAILY CARE.")
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
Back
Are the upper/lower glasses and rollers inside
the ADF or the document bed and document
holding pad of the Flatbed (fi-6230 only) clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
NO
(For details on how to clean the dirty locations,
see Chapter "4 DAILY CARE.")
YES
Remove the debris from the document.
Such debris on the document may be
transferred onto the the upper/lower glasses
and rollers inside the ADF or the document
holding pad of the Flatbed (fi-6230 only),
causing the scanned image dirty.
YES
Is there any debris (paper powder or dust) on
the document?
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Images are distorted or blurred.
Back
Are the upper/lower glasses and rollers inside the
ADF or the document bed and document holding pad
of the Flatbed (fi-6230 only) clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
NO
(For details on how to clean the dirty locations, see
Chapter "4 DAILY CARE.")
YES
Was the ADF pressed down or some heavy object
placed on the ADF during scanning?
Do not press down the ADF or place any heavy
object on the ADF during scanning.
YES
NO
Was something causing the scanner to vibrate
during scanning?
Do not allow anything to cause the scanner to
vibrate while scanning.
YES
NO
Is the scanner installed on a flat, level surface? Or,
are the rubber pads attached to the bottom of the
scanner?
Install the scanner on a flat, level surface. Or, attach
the rubber pads.
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4 Items to
Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where You
Bought the Scanner" and contact the dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Symptom: Vertical lines appear in the scanned image.
Back
Clean the document bed of the Flatbed.
Did you scan the document with the Flatbed?
(fi-6230 only)
YES
(For details on how to clean the document bed
of the Flatbed, see Section "4.2 Cleaning the
Flatbed [fi-6230].")
NO
Clean the upper/lower glasses and rollers
inside the ADF.
Are the upper/lower glasses and rollers of the
ADF dirty?
YES
(For details on how to clean the glasses and
rollers, see Section "4.3 Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Is there any debris (paper powder or dust) on
the document?
YES
Remove the debris from the document.
Such debris on the document may be
transferred onto the upper/lower glasses and
rollers inside the ADF or the document holding
pad of the Flatbed (fi-6230 only), producing
vertical lines in the scanned image.
NO
Do the lines disappear on images with low
resolution settings?
After this, scan the documents with low
resolution settings.
YES
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: The Function Number Display indicates alarm (with [E] or other
alphabetical letter plus a number) after the scanner is turned ON.
Back
Turn OFF the scanner and unlock the transport
lock, then turn ON the scanner again.
Did you unlock the transport lock of the
Flatbed? (fi-6230 only)
NO
(Refer to "2.1 Installing the Scanner in "fi6130/fi-6230 Getting Started.")
YES
Does the Function Number Display indicate
any alarm after turning ON the scanner again?
The scanner operation is normal.
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Multifeed errors occur frequently.
Back
Do the documents satisfy the conditions
described in Precautions in Section "7.2
Document Quality"?
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
NO
(For details of the requirements, see Section
"7.2 Document Quality.")
YES
Configure the settings for detecting multifeeds
correctly.
With the Multifeed Detection set to ON, did you
configure the settings for detecting multifeeds
correctly?
NO
(For details of the multifeed detection
conditions, see Section "7.5 Multifeed
Detection Conditions.")
Specify the multifeed detection range, if
needed. (See Section 3.9 Detecting
Multifeeds.")
YES
Have you scanned a very thick paper or plastic
card?
When scanning documents like this, disable
the Multifeed Detection.
YES
NO
Were the documents fanned before loaded
onto the ADF paper chute?
Fan the documents before loading, or reduce
the number of sheets of the documents.
NO
YES
Have the documents just been printed out on a
copier or laser printer?
Fan the documents 3 or 4 times to remove
static electricity from the paper.
YES
NO
Reduce the number of sheets of the document
stack.
Is the document stack less than 5 mm thick?
NO
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YES
Correctly install the consumables.
Are all the consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) installed correctly?
NO
(For how to install them, see Chapter "5
REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
YES
Clean the dirty consumables.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) dirty?
YES
(For how to clean them, see Section "4.3
Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Check the consumables counters. Replace the
consumables, if needed.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) worn out?
YES
(For how to replace the consumables, see
Chapter "5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Pickup errors occur frequently.
Back
Do the documents satisfy the conditions
described in Precautions in Section "7.2
Document Quality"?
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
NO
(For details of the requirements, see Section
"7.2 Document Quality.")
YES
Were the documents fanned before loaded
onto the ADF paper chute?
Fan the documents before loading, or reduce
the number of sheets of the documents.
NO
YES
Correctly install the consumables.
Are all the consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) installed correctly?
NO
(For how to install them, see Chapter "5
REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
YES
Clean the dirty consumables.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) dirty?
YES
(For how to clean them, see Section "4.3
Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Check the consumables counters. Replace the
consumables, if needed.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) worn out?
YES
(For how to replace the consumables, see
Chapter "5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: Paper jams occur frequently.
Back
Do the documents satisfy the conditions
described in Precautions in Section "7.2
Document Quality"?
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
NO
(For details of the requirements, see Section
"7.2 Document Quality.")
YES
Clean the ADF or remove the debris from the
ADF.
Is there any debris in the ADF?
YES
(For how to clean the ADF, see Section "4.3
Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Correctly install the consumables.
Are all the consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) installed correctly?
NO
(For how to install them, see Chapter "5
REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
YES
Clean the dirty consumables.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) dirty?
YES
(For how to clean them, see Section "4.3
Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Check the consumables counters. Replace the
consumable, if needed.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) worn out?
YES
(For how to replace the consumables, see
Chapter "5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking
measures, check the items in Section "6.4
Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer
Where You Bought the Scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: The scanned images are elongated when scanned from the ADF.
Back
Clean the dirty rollers.
Are the rollers dirty?
YES
(For how to clean the rollers, see Section "4.3
Cleaning the ADF.")
NO
Check the consumables counters. Replace the
consumables, if needed.
Is any of consumables (Pick rollers and Brake
rollers) worn out?
YES
(For how to replace the consumables, see
Chapter "5 REPLACING CONSUMABLES.")
NO
Have you adjusted the scan scale?
NO
Display the properties of the scanner that you
are using on "Scanners and Cameras" in the
control panel, then adjust the scan scale.
YES
Check the items in Section "6.4 Items to
Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where
You Bought the Scanner" and contact the
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Symptom: There is a shadow on the leading edge of the scanned images.
Back
Did you adjust the offset (starting position for
scanning the document)?
NO
Display the properties of the scanner that you
are using on "Scanners and Cameras" in the
control panel, then adjust the [Sub-scan
Setting].
YES
Check the items in Section "6.4 Items to
Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where
You Bought the Scanner" and contact the
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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6.4 Items to Check Before Contacting the Dealer Where You
Bought the Scanner
Check the following items before you contact the dealer where you bought the scanner.
Print
General Details
Item
Model
Serial No.
Findings
(Example) fi-6130
For details on model, see "6.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner."
(Example) 000001
For details on serial No., see "6.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner."
Production date
Month 1
Year 2007
2007-05 (May 2007)
For details on production date, see "6.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner."
Date of purchase
Month 1
Day 1
Year 2007
Symptom
Frequency of trouble
Total scanned pages (ADF)
Do you have warranty for
this product ?
Yes
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Installation or PC connection issues
Problem at the time of personal computer connection
Item
OS (Windows)
Findings
Windows Vista
Displayed error
message
Type of interface
(Example) USB interface
Interface
controllers
Feed system trouble
Item
Findings
Document type
Main purpose of use
Last cleaning date
Month 1
Day 1
Year 2007
Last consumables
replacement date
Month 1
Day 1
Year 2007
Operator panel status at
trouble
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Imaging system trouble
Item
Findings
Type and version
of scanner driver
Type of interface
controller
OS (Windows)
Application
software
Scan type
Resolution
Image mode
Windows Vista
(Example) ScandAll PRO, Acrobat
(Example) Front Side, Back Side, Duplex
(Example) 600 dpi, 75 dpi
(Example) Color, Grey, Black and white
Other
Item
Findings
Can both the photograph showing the original document conditions and the scanned
image be sent by e-mail or Fax?
Print
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6.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner
This section describes how to check the labels on the scanner.
Positions of Labels on the Scanner
The following shows where the two labels are located on the scanner.
Label A (example): Indicates scanner information.
Label B (example): Indicates various standards that the scanner conforms with.
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Chapter 7 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
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Chapter 7 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
This chapter describes the required document size and paper quality for ensuring correct operation when scanning
documents on the ADF.
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7.1 Document Size
The following shows the size of documents that can be scanned on the ADF.
Maximum
A
216 (8.5 in)
Minimum
B
356 (14 in)
A
53 (2.1 in)
B
74 (2.9 in)
(Unit: mm)
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7.2 Document Quality
Document Type
The following paper types are recommended for document use:
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●
Woodfree paper
Wood containing paper
When using documents of paper type other than the above, check whether or not the document can be scanned by testscanning a few sheets before executing the actual document.
Any other paper types of documents can be scanned through the Flatbed.
Document Thickness
Paper thickness is expressed by "paper weight." The following shows the paper weights that can be used on this scanner:
●
41 g/m2 to 210 g/m2
Only paper weight of 127 g/m2 to 210 g/m2 is acceptable for A8-size documents.
Precautions
The following documents may not be scanned successfully:
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
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Documents of non-uniform thickness (e.g. envelopes and photo-attached documents)
Wrinkled or curled documents (See HINT below.)
Folded or torn documents
Tracing paper
Coated paper
Carbon paper
Photosensitive paper
Perforated documents
Documents that are not square or rectangular
Very thin documents
Photographs
Do not use the following documents:
●
●
●
●
●
●
Paper-clipped or stapled documents
Documents on which the ink is still wet
Documents smaller than A8 in size
Documents wider than A4 or Letter size (216 mm)
Documents other than paper such as fabric, metal foil, or transparencies
Important documents such as certificates and cash vouchers that must not get scratched or become smeared
HINT
●
●
When scanning semi-transparent documents, slide the [Brightness] bar to light to
avoid bleed through.
To prevent the rollers from becoming dirty, avoid scanning documents containing
large areas written or filled in pencil. If scanning of such documents is inevitable,
clean the rollers more frequently.
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7.2 Document Quality
ATTENTION
●
Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may harm the Brake roller or
paper-feeding rollers (e.g. Pick roller) when documents are fed. Pay attention to the
following:
Cleaning:
If document jams occur frequently, clean the Brake roller and the Pick roller.
For details on cleaning the Brake roller and the Pick roller, see Chapter "4. DAILY
CARE."
Replacing parts:
The service life of the Brake roller and the Pick roller may be shortened compared to
that of the rollers used for scanning wood containing paper documents.
●
●
●
If paper containing wood is scanned, the service life of the Brake roller and the Pick
roller may become shorter than that of the rollers used for scanning only woodfree
paper.
The Brake roller or Pick rollers of the scanner could be damaged if photographs or
sheets of paper attached to the scanned document have contact with the Brake or
Pick rollers during scanning.
Scanning documents of calendered paper such as photographs may damage the
surface of them.
HINT
When using the ADF, the leading edge of all document sheets must be evenly aligned. Make
sure that curling at the leading edge is within the following tolerances:
ATTENTION
This scanner can scan ID cards through the Automatic Document Feeder. Follow the
precautions below.
●
●
●
You can place up to three cards at a time into the Automatic Document Feeder.
If the card is embossed (i.e., a card with raised lettering), place one card at a time.
It is recommended that the front side of the card be placed face down in the
Automatic Document Feeder.
The card to be scanned should be within the ISO7810 compliance, type ID-1.
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7.2 Document Quality
Dimensions: 3.4 inch (height) x 2.1 inch (width)/ 86 mm x 54 mm
Thickness:
0.056 inches / 1.4 mm or less
Material:
PVC (Poly vinyl chloride) or PVCA (Polyvinyl chloride acetate)
Note: Before scanning your card, test with a dummy card of the same material to
see if it can be fed into the ADF properly.
●
●
●
Cards that are excessively rigid or less flexible may not feed smoothly and excessive
noise may occur.
Note: If the cards do not feed smoothly, try:
- Scanning one card at a time.
- Enabling [Automatic Paper Size Detection]. For how to configure this setting, see
Section "3.10 Correcting Skewed Documents."
- Raising the resolution.
Cards should be clean from oil and without labels.
Cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is installed.
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7.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity
The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded on the ADF paper chute is determined by the size and weight of
the document. The following graph shows the maximum document loading capacity of ADF according to paper weight.
Unit
g/m2
lb
kg
40
11
35
52
14
45
64
17
55
75
20
64.5
Conversion
80
90
21
24
69
77.5
104
28
90
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127
34
110
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7.4 Area Not to be Perforated
When using the ADF, document trouble might occur if there are punched holes in the shaded area in the following figure.
If hole-punched documents must be scanned, use the Flatbed (fi-6230 only).
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7.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions
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7.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions
There are three multifeed detection modes: document overlapping, document length, and both document thickness
and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection modes.
Detection by Document Overlapping
Sheets of the same thickness shall be set in the ADF at a time.
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●
●
Document thickness: 0.05 to 0.26 mm
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.38 in) of the vertical center line of the document.
Other paper shall not be glued within 35 mm (1.38 in) of the vertical center line of the document.
Detection by Document Length
Sheets of the same length shall be set in the ADF at a time.
●
●
Document length deviation: 1% or less
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm of the vertical center line of the document.
Detection by Document Overlapping and Length
Sheets of the same thickness and length shall be set in the ADF at a time.
●
●
●
●
Document thickness: 0.05 to 0.26 mm
Document length deviation: 1% or less
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.38 in) of the vertical center line of the document.
Other paper shall not be glued within 35 mm (1.38 in) of the vertical center line of the document.
ATTENTION
Multifeed detection by overlap will often mis-detect very thick paper or plastic document.
When scanning documents like this, disable the multifeed detection.
HINT
The type of document and document conditions sometimes cause the multifeed detection
rate to drop.
The multifeed detection is not availabe in the area about 30 mm from the leading edge of
the document.
Multifeed detection monitoring area
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Chapter 8 SCANNER SETTINGS
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Chapter 8 SCANNER SETTINGS
This chapter explains the how settings can be done for the scanner using the Software Operation Panel.
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8.1 Scanner Settings
The Software Operation Panel (SOP) will be installed together with the scanner driver (TWAIN/ISIS).
With this application, you can configure settings and functions for the fi-6130 and the fi-6230.
Start up the Software Operation Panel
1. Confirm if the scanner is connected correctly to the PC, then power on the scanner.
2. From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] → [Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows] →
[Software Operation Panel].
The [Software Operation Panel] window appears.
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8.1 Scanner Settings
Settings
Using the Software Operation Panel, you can configure the following settings for the scanner connected to the PC.
[Device Setting]
Item
Explanation
Selectable parameter
Default
Page counter
(Consumables counter)
For evaluating the
consumable replacement
cycle.
Use this function to reset the
counters after replacing
consumables.
Pick roller/Brake roller/
remaining ink level
(only for the imprinter
option)
−
Power saving
Select the waiting time before
entering the Power saving
mode.
Setting range 15 to 55
minutes (set in steps
of 5 min.)
15 min.
Offset Setting
Adjust the start position for
the document scanning.
Up down/Left right:
setting range -2 to 2
mm (set in 0.5 mm
steps)
Up down/left
right : 0 mm
Vertical magnification
Adjustment
Adjust the magnification in
the feeding direction.
Setting range -3.1% to
3.1% (set in 0.1%
steps)
0%
Device settings 2
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8.1 Scanner Settings
Selecting each item displays detailed settings (parameters) in the right part of the dialog box.
Item
Multifeed
Explanation
Select the method to detect
Multifeed. (Check either of
overlapping or document
length, or both of document
length and overlapping)
Page Edge Filler
Fill the end sections of a
specified-mm-wide with
white or black on the
scanned image.
When the backing
(background) color is white,
the end sections are filed
with white; and when the
background color is black,
filled with black.
Selectable parameter
Default
None/Check Overlapping [Ultrasonic]/
Check Length/Check Overlapping and
Length.
Selectable length (to be detected as
length difference): 10, 15 or 20 mm
Check
overlapping
ADF:
Top/left/right: 0-15 mm
Bottom: -7 to 7 mm (can be set in
increments of 1 mm)
FB:
Top/bottom/left/right:0-15 mm
Top/Bottom/
Left/Right:
0 mm
(A: Image area B: Filled area
A+B: Area to be output)
Dropout color
Drop out a preselected color
for the scanned image.
(Binary black & white/
grayscale mode only)
Red/Green/Blue/None
Green
Pre-pick
To give a higher priority to
processing speed, select
[Yes], if not, select [No].
Yes/No
Yes
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8.1 Scanner Settings
Document check area
specification for
Multifeed Detection
Selected range: This is
checked when limiting the
range of detecting
multifeeds. You can
determine if mulfifeed
detection is enabled or
disabled in the specified
area.
Checking of selected range
Do not check
Enable/Disable (when the selected
range is checked)
Disable
Start: The start point of the
check area in length (mm)
from top edge of the
document is specified.
0 to 510 mm (with 2 mm increment)
0 mm
End: The end point of the
check area in length (mm)
from top edge of the
document is specified.
0 to 510 mm (with 2 mm increment)
0 mm
If photograph or something
is pasted on the document
and its size and/or position
are same, you can easily let
the scanner memorize its
size and/or position just
scanning the document. To
use this function, you need
to specify [Check
overlapping] at [Multifeed
detection] by the procedure
in Section "8.4 Multifeed
Detection."
Manual mode/Auto mode 1/Auto
mode 2
Manual
mode
Specify whether or not to
remember the multifeed
pattern at power-off.
Remember/Do not remember
Do not
remember
Number of paper
feeding retries
Specify the picking retry
times when picking fails
during scanning.
1 to 12
7
Useful life counter
When the Page counter
(Consumable counter)
described in Section "5.2
How to Check and Reset the
Consumables Counters"
exceeds the value specified
here, the counter background color becomes
yellow.
For each consumable
10,000 to 2,550,000 with 10,000
increment
200,000
Manual-feed timeout
Specify the standby time
Disable/Enable
period. After the
When enabled: 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50,
predetermined time period
60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110 (seconds)
has elapsed, manual feeding
is canceled.
Disable
Power SW Control
Specify whether or not to
enable power switch.
Enable
power switch
Intelligent Multi-feed
Function
Enable power switch/Disable power
switch/Enable USB power feeding
[Default] button
Resets the current settings to the factory setting.
[Save]button
Saves contents of various settings onto the computer.
(Use this button to apply the same settings to other fi-6130 or fi-6230 scanners.)
ATTENTION
Saving outputs the EEPROM value currently written in the scanner. Click the [Apply] button
first if you have changed the value immediately before saving.
[Restore] button
Restores contents of the settings saved onto the computer back to the scanner.
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8.2 Power Saving Setting
This scanner switches to Power saving mode automatically to save power consumption when it remains unused for a
certain time.
To configure the Power saving mode, do the following:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting] from the left side list in the window.
3. Use the slide control bar to set the waiting time before entering the power saving mode.
You can set the waiting time in the range of 15 to 55 minutes (in steps of 5 min.).
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8.3 Offset/Scan Scale
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8.3 Offset/Scan Scale
When the position of the scanned image is not correct or the image is elongated, use the following procedure to adjust
the Offset and the Scan scale for correction.
ATTENTION
The factory default settings are appropriate, so normally there is no need to make any
adjustment.
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting] from the left side list in the window, and click [Offset].
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8.3 Offset/Scan Scale
3. Adjust the Offset/Scan scale as necessary.
Offset Setting
Target
Select ADF front, ADF back, or FB as target.
Horizontal
Adjusts the horizontal Offset.
Setting range -2 mm to +2 mm, in steps of 0.5 mm.
Vertical
Adjusts the vertical Offset.
Setting range -2 mm to +2 mm, in steps of 0.5 mm.
Scan scale setting
Target
Select ADF or FB as target.
Vertical
Adjusts the vertical (document length) Scan scale.
Setting range -3.1% to +3.1%, in steps of 0.1%.
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8.4 Multifeed Detection
"Multifeed" is a feeding error that occurs when two or more sheets in the ADF paper chute are fed simultaneously into
the scanner.
If you continue scanning document without knowing this multifeed error, you could skip some of important data
while scanning the document.
The Multifeed Detection function this scanner provides can prevent such troubles.
With the Multifeed Detection, the scanner indicates a message and halts the scanning immediately when a multifeed
is detected.
(Note that the Multifeed Detection is not available for the range about 30 mm from the leading edge of document.)
Configure the settings for the Multifeed Detection as follows.
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from the left side list in the window, and select [Multifeed] from its lower
level.
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8.4 Multifeed Detection
3. Select a detection option.
None
Does not detect multifeeds.
Check Overlapping(Ultrasonic)
Detects multifeeds by checking for document overlapping.
When this option is selected, the following two more detection options can be set:
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You can specify the multifeed detection range by the length from the leading edge of document.
To specify this, go to Step 4.
If two or more sheets of paper of the same size are sticked on the same position of the document, you can
cancel the Multifeed Detection for that area. To use this function, go to Section "8.8 Intelligent Multifeed
Setting" or Section "3.18 Not Detecting Multifeed for Fixed Format."
Check Length
Detects multifeeds by monitoring the difference of the document length.
Check Overlapping and Length
Detects multifeeds when both [Check Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] and [Check Length] are selected.
Length
Select 10, 15, or 20 mm as the document length difference, which is to be considered as a Multifeed, when [Check
Length] is selected. If the detected document length does not reach the selected length, it will be recognized just as
an error, and thus will not be recognized as a Multifeed.
ATTENTION
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When scanning documents of different lengths together in the same stack, select
[Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)].
If something like stamps, memos or photos is glued to the document, it may be
recognized as a Multifeed when selecting [Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)]. When
scanning such a document, select [Checking Length] instead.
Note you can also select [Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] if you want to limit the
detection range.
The settings above can be made on the scanner driver setting window as well.
(In this case, the settings configured in the scanner driver setting window is given a
priority.)
The following settings are available only when [Check Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] above is selected.
4. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Document check area
specification for Multifeed Detection] from its lower level. Mark the [Selected range] checkbox in
this dialog box.
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8.4 Multifeed Detection
5. Speficy the detection range.
Selected range
To specify the following detection range, you need to mark this checkbox first.
Unit: mm
Mark this checkbox to enable the settings configured in this dialog box. Otherwise, let the checkbox unmarked.
Clearing this checkbox sets both the starting and ending positions to "0", making the whole range of the document to
be checked for multifeeds.
Disable
Disables the Multifeed Detection for the specified range.
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8.4 Multifeed Detection
Enable
Enables the Multifeed Detection for the specified range.
Start
Specify the starting position of the detection range from the leading edge of the document.
The configurable area is from 0 to 510 mm in 2 mm increments, where the starting position is less than the ending
position.
End
Specify the ending position of the detection range from the leading edge of the document.
The configurable area is from 0 to 510 mm in 2 mm increments, where the starting position is less than the ending
position.
HINT
●
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Once the starting and ending positions are set to "0", the whole range of the
document will be checked for multifeeds regardless of whether "Enable" or "Disable"
is selected under [Selected range].
To disable the Multifeed Detection for the whole range of the document, select
[Disable] and configure the settings so the starting position will be "0", and the
ending potion be equal to or not smaller than the "document length."
If the starting position is set larger than the document length; with [Disable], the the
whole range covering the entire document length will be checked; with [Enable], the
Multifeed Detection will be disabled.
To detect multifeeds, the detection range should be specified with at least 5 mm in
length.
Configure the settings so the ending position minus the starting position be 6 mm or
more.
You can also specify the starting and ending positions in either of the following ways:
❍
Create a square or rectangle to indicate the detection range by dragging your
mouse pointer in the setting window.
❍
Drag the handle for the detection range to change the starting and ending
positions using the mouse pointer in the setting window.
Setting Example 1
Selected range=Enable, Start=50mm, End=200mm
Unit: mm
Setting Example 2
Selected range=Enable, Start=0mm, End=0mm
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8.4 Multifeed Detection
Unit: mm
HINT
When [Check Overrapping(Ultrasonic)] is selected, the multifeed detection ratio may drop if
the document sheet(s) are glued or electrostatically adhered to each other.
Setting Example 3 (Bad Example)
Selected range=Enable, Start=100mm, End=102mm
Unit: mm
* Since the detection range (length) is less than the minimum value (5 mm), the Multifeed Detection cannot be
performed correctly.
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8.5 Page Edge Filler
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8.5 Page Edge Filler
Depending on the state of the documents, the shadow of the scanned document appears in the end portion of the
output image and black thin lines may be generated.
If this is the case, you can improve the output image by using the “Page Edge Filler” function. This function fills the
end portion of the image so that it looks clean.
Configure the settings for the Page Edge Filler as follows:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Paper Edge Filler (ADF)] or
[Paper Edge Filler (FB)] from its lower level.
3. Specify the length for each end section; top, bottom, right, and left, to fill the end sections.
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8.5 Page Edge Filler
T:
ADF
FB
Top edge=0 to 15 mm
Top edge=0 to 15 mm
D: Bottom edge=–7 to 7 mm
Bottom edge=0 to 15 mm
R:
Right edge=0 to 15 mm
Right edge=0 to 15 mm
L:
Left edge=0 to 15 mm
Left edge=0 to 15 mm
(can be set in increments of 1 mm)
(can be set in increments of 1 mm)
The specified areas are filled with white when the backing (background) is white, and with black when the backing is
black.
HINT
Unless otherwise specified, the background color is white. You can also change it to the
“Black background” using the scanner driver.
If you are using the TWAIN driver, do the following to change the background color to black:
Select the [Option] button, and then select [Black background] from [Automatic Size and
Skew detection] on the [Rotation] tab.
ATTENTION
Note that if the Page Edge Filler is too wide, some characters in the vicinity of the boundary
may be cut out.
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8.6 Dropout Color
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8.6 Dropout Color
By using the “Dropout Color” function, you can scan documents with the specified color removed from the light’s
three primary colors, or red, green, blue. (This function is available for the binary black and white setting as well as
the grayscale setting.)
For example, when scanning the document containing black letters each with a green frame, you can scan only the black
part of letters by specifying green to be dropped out.
Configure the settings for the Dropout Color as follows:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Dropout color] from its lower
level.
3. Select a color to drop out.
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8.6 Dropout Color
Red, Green, Blue
Red, green, or blue is dropped out.
None
No color is dropped out.
ATTENTION
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The Dropout Color setting can also be configured using the scanner driver setting
window. (The scanner driver setting window is given a priority over Software Operation
Panel.)
When configuring the setting through Software Operation Panel, you cannot select other
colors than red, green, and blue. If you want to drop out any other colors, use the
scanner driver setting window.
For details on how to configure settings through the scanner driver setting window, see
Section "3.7 Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color)."
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8.7 Pre-Pick
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8.7 Pre-Pick
To scan documents consecutively, you can previously pick the document to be scanned next. This operation is called Pre-Pick.
By enabling Pre-Pick, the time interval between the scanning of two separate documents can be shortened.
Configure the settings for the Pre-Pick as follows:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Pre-Pick] from its lower
level.
3. Select [Yes] or [No] for Pre-Pick.
Select [Yes] to make Pre-pick valid, and select [No] to make it invalid.
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8.7 Pre-Pick
HINT
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By enabling Pre-Pick, faster scanning can be achieved.
While Pre-Pick is valid, if you cancel scanning in process, you have to reload the
document after ejecting all the pre-picked document.
This setting is also available by scanner driver setting. (In this case scanner driver
setting has a priority.)
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8.8 Intelligent Multifeed Setting
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8.8 Intelligent Multifeed Setting
If two or more sheets of paper of the same size are sticked on the same position of the document, you can easily let
the scanner memorize the size and/or position just not to detect multifeeds in that area. To use this function, you need
to specify [Check Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] at [Multifeed detection] by the procedure in Section "8.4 Multifeed Detection"
in advance.
Configure the settings for the Intelligent Multifeed function as follows:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Intelligent Multifeed
Function] from its lower level.
3. Select one of the following options and click the [OK] button. Refer to Section "3.18 Not Detecting
Multifeed for Fixed Format."
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8.8 Intelligent Multifeed Setting
Manual mode
In this mode, when the scanner detects a multifeed and stops document feeding, you can reload the document
from the ADF paper chute and specify whether or not to bypass the Multifeed Detection. Note that the scanner
does not memorize the position and size of the paper attached to the document.
Auto mode 1
When the scanner detects a multifeed and stops document feeding, reload the document from the ADF paper
chute. In this mode, the scanner memorizes the position and size of the paper attached to the document when a
multifeed was detected for the first time. If this pattern is determined to be a multifeed, the Multifeed Detection
will be bypassed from the next scanning and on.
Auto mode 2
When the scanner detects a multifeed and stops document feeding, reload the document from the ADF paper
chute. In this mode, the scanner memorizes the size of the paper attached to the document when a multifeed was
detected for the first time. If this pattern is determined to be a multifeed, the Multifeed Detection will be bypassed
from the next scanning and on.
4. Specify whether or not to remember the multifeed pattern at power-off under [Remember
multifeed pattern at power-off].
Selecting [Remember] allows you to use the last-remembered multifeed pattern before power-off.
(Eight patterns can be memorized at power-off.)
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8.9 Paper Feeding Retry Times
You can specify this feature to change the number of times paper feeding (picking) is to be retried.
Configure the number of paper feeding retry times as follows.
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Number of paper feeding
retries] from its lower level.
3. Specify the retry times from 1 to 12.
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8.10 Life Counter Setting
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8.10 Life Counter Setting
This counter specifies the page count to ask the operator to replace the consumables. When the page count exceeds the
value specified here, the background color of the counter becomes yellow (see Section "5.2 How to Check and Reset the
Consumables Counters"), or a message (see the replacement message) appears.
Configure the settings for the life counter as follows.
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Useful life counter] from its
lower level.
3. Specify the counter value to change its color for each consumable (Pick roller, Brake roller).
Setting is available from 10,000 to 2,550,000 with 10,000 increment.
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8.11 Timeout for Manual Feeding
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8.11 Setting for Manual-Feed Timeout
In Manual Feeding mode where you manually load documents sheet by sheet, you can scan multiple batches of
documents continuously as a single file when you load the second stack of document before the timeout time after loading
the first batch.
The scanning terminates automatically when the time has elapsed, canceling the Manual-feed timeout.
You can cancel the Manual-feed timeout immediately by pressing the [Send to] button within the timeout period specified.
Configure the settings for the Manual-feed timeout as follows:
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from left side list in the window, and select [Manual-feed timeout] from
its lower level.
3. Select whether to enable or disable the Manual-feed timeout. When enabling the timeout, select
the timeout period for manual feeding until loading the next document after the previous one.
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8.11 Timeout for Manual Feeding
HINT
When the manual-feed timeout is enabled, the scanner waits for the document to be loaded
within the specified timeout period, even if scanning starts with no document loaded in the
ADF paper chute.
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8.12 Power ON/OFF Control Setting
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8.12 Power ON/OFF Control Setting
You can select how to power the scanner on/off; by pressing the Power button, or by connecting/disconnecting the AC cable.
You can also set up to turn on/off the scanner in conjunction with the computer power on/off, if the scanner is connected
to the computer through an USB cable.
Configure the settings for power on/off control as follows.
1. Start up the Software Operation Panel.
See Section "8.1 Scanner Settings."
2. Select [Device Setting 2] from the left side list in the window, and select [Power SW Control] from
its lower level.
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8.12 Power ON/OFF Control Setting
3. To power on/off the scanner by pressing the Power button, select [Enable power switch]. To
power on/off the scanner by connecting/disconnecting the AC cable, select [Disable power
switch].
To power on/off the scanner in conjunction with the computer, select [Enable USB power feeding].
ATTENTION
Some computer or USB hub models continue supplying power to the USB bus even after
they are turned off.
In such a situation, the option [Enable USB power feeding] may not function properly.
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Chapter 9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION
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Chapter 9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION
This chapter lists the scanner specifications.
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9.1 Basic Specifications
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9.1 Basic Specifications
Item
Scanner type
Image sensor
Light source
Minimum
Scanning
area
Maximum
Paper weight
Specification
fi-6130
fi-6230
ADF (Automatic Document
Feeder)
ADF + Flatbed
fi-6130
fi-6230
Color CCD x 2 (Front,
Back)
Color CCD x 3 (Front, Back, Flatbed)
fi-6130
fi-6230
White cold cathode
fluorescent lamp:
x2 (Front, Back)
White cold cathode fluorescent
lamp: x3 (Front, Back, Flatbed)
A8 (Portrait) (Note (*1))
ADF: A4/letter or legal
(Long page scanning: 216 x 864 mm or 8.50 x 34.00 in,
or 210 x 3048 mm or 8.27 x 120.00 in)
Flatbed (fi-6230): 216 x 297 mm (8.50 x 11.69 in)
41 g/m2 to 210 g/m2 (11 to 56 lb)
Binary
(monochrome) Simplex: 40 sheets/min.
Scanning
Duplex: 80 sides/min.
Grayscale
speed
(A4/
Color
letter
portrait) Binary
(monochrome) Simplex: 30 sheets/min.
(Note
Duplex: 60 sides/min.
(*4))
Grayscale
Notice
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-
-
ADF
127 g/m2 to
210 g/m2
(34 to 56 lb) paper
(Note (*2))
(Note (*3))
200 dpi
300 dpi
Color
Capacity of ADF
50 sheets
A4/letter, 80 g/
m2 (20 lb) (Note
(*5))
Optical resolution
600 dpi
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Binary
50 to 600 dpi, 1200 dpi (*6)
(monochrome)
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
50 to 600 dpi, 1200 dpi (*6)
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
50 to 600 dpi, 1200 dpi (*6)
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
Grayscale level
8 bits per color
Internal 10 bits
Halftone patterns
Dither / error diffusion
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Interface
USB2.0 / 1.1 (Note (*7))
B type
Output
Grayscale
resolution
Color
Other function
JPEG compression
Imprinter Port (fi-6130 only) (Note (*8))
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9.1 Basic Specifications
Name: Black document pad [fi-6230 only]
Parts No.: PA03540-D801 (Note (*9))
Option
Name: IMPRINTER [fi-6130 only]
Parts No.: PA03540-D201
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*1 The minimum size for scanning is A8 when using the ADF. When using the Flatbed (fi-6230 only) to scan the minimum
scanning range is virtually unlimited.
*2 If you specify a "long page" which is 864 mm or longer, you must specify a resolution of 200 dpi or less.
*3 The document's thicknesses noted are for when using the ADF. When using the Flatbed to scan the document's
thickness is unlimited.
For details, see Chapter "7 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION."
*4 The scanning speed is the maximum speed of the scanner hardware. Software processing time such as data transfer
time is added to the actual scanning time.
*5 The maximum stacking capacity varies according to the document thickness. For details, see Chapter "7 ADF AND
PAPER SPECIFICATION."
*6 At a high resolution of 600 dpi or more, scanning may be disabled depending on the scan mode, the size of documents,
and/or memory capacity of your computer.
*7 If you connect the scanner with USB 2.0, it is required that the USB port and the Hub are compliant with USB 2.0. The
scanning speed may slow down when you connect the scanner with USB 1.1. If your omputer has the compatible USB
2.0 port, please use it.
*8 By using the Imprinter, a character string, such as the alphabet and numbers, can be printed in the scanned
document. It helps you to organize your documents by printing a name, date, time or a serial number on the scanned
document.
*9 An option that replaces the standard document cover (with a white pad) provided with the scanner, and can be used
for scanning documents in black background when loading from the Flatbed.
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9.2 Installation Specifications
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9.2 Installation Specifications
Item
Specification
Dimensions
(fi-6130: Without ADF paper chute
and stacker)
Installation space
Weight
Depth
Width
Height
fi-6130: 160 mm
(6.4 in)
fi-6230: 567 mm
(22.9 in)
fi-6130: 301 mm
(11.8 in)
fi-6230: 301 mm
(11.8 in)
fi-6130: 158 mm
(6.2 in)
fi-6230: 229 mm
(9.0 in)
Depth
Width
Height
fi-6130: 700 mm
(27.6 in)
fi-6230: 800 mm
(31.5 in)
fi-6130: 400 mm
(15.8 in)
fi-6230: 400 mm
(15.8 in)
fi-6130: 380 mm
(15.0 in)
fi-6230: 450 mm
(17.8 in)
fi-6130: 4.2 kg (9.24 lb)
fi-6230: 8.8 kg (19.36 lb)
Input power
Voltage
AC 100 to 240 V ±10%
Phases
Single-phase
Frequency
50/60 ±3 Hz
Power consumption
fi-6130: 38 W or less
fi-6230: 45 W or less
Ambient condition Device status
Operating
Not operating
Temperature
5 to 35ºC (41 to
95ºF)
–20 to 60ºC (–4 to 140ºF)
Humidity
20 to 80%
8 to 95%
Calorific value
fi-6130: 32.6 kcal/H or less
fi-6230: 38.6 kcal/H or less
Shipping weight
fi-6130: 6.5 kg (14.3 lb)
fi-6230: 13.0 kg (28.6 lb)
ATTENTION
Installation Space is the reference value of an installation space required to read A4/letter
size documents.
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9.3 External Dimensions
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9.3 External Dimensions
The following shows the external dimensions:
fi-6130
fi-6230
(Unit:mm)
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APPENDIX 1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
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APPENDIX 1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
By setting the link of the application software to the [Scan] or [Send to] button, you can launch the linked application
by simply pushing the button.
(To use ScandAll PRO, read Section "3.15 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner.")
Settings to Configure on the Computer
1. Confirm if the scanner is connected correctly to the PC, then power on the scanner.
For how to connect the scanner to your computer, refer to section "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to Your PC" in fi6130/fi-6230 Getting Started.
2. From the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].
The [Control Panel] window appears.
3. Double-click on the [Printers and Other Hardware] icon.
The [Printers and Other Hardware] window appears.
4. Double-click on the [Scanners and Cameras] icon.
The [Scanners and Cameras] window appears.
5. Display the [fi-6130dj Properties] or [fi-6230dj Properties] dialog box.
In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj] icon, and then select
[Properties].
In Windows 2000 or Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi-6130dj] or [fi-6230dj] icon.
6. Select the [Events] tab.
7. Select an Event. For Windows XP, select the event for starting up any application from the [Select
an event] menu.
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APPENDIX 1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
The events available for this function are:
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Scan Button (Press the [Scan] button)
Send to 1 to 9 (With a number from 1 to 9 displayed on the Function Number Display, press the [Send to]
button)
8. Select the application with its process, excuted by the event. For Windows XP, click [Start this
program] under [Actions] and select the application from the menu.
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APPENDIX 1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
9. Click the [OK] button.
HINT
The window and operations may vary depending on your OS.
Settings to Configure on the Scanner
Function Number Display
[Function] button
[Send to] button
[Scan] button
●
When using the [Scan] button
No setting is needed.
Pressing the [Scan] button starts up the application configured.
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APPENDIX 1 Before Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
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When using the [Send to] button
Press the [Function] button to switch the number displayed on the Function Number Display.
Use the same number assigned to the event configured on the computer (by selecting a number from 1 to 9 then
pressing the [Send to] button).
Pressing the [Send to] button starts up the application configured.
HINT
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To perform the event configured with "Send to 2", for example, display [2] on the
Function Number Display.
Each time the [Function] button is pressed, the number displayed changes as follows:
1, 2, 3, …9, C, 1, 2, 3, ….
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