Canon 9080C - DR - Document Scanner Instruction manual

CANON DOCUMENT SCANNER
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Canon Document Scanner DR-7580/9080C.
Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine in order to
familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many
functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Conventions
This manual uses the following symbols and indications.
Before you start reading this manual, read the following and familiarize yourself
with their meanings.
WARNING
Warnings are provided for your safety and contain extremely important information.
Failure to observe the instructions provided in a warning could result in death or serious
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CAUTION
Caution notices are also provided for your safety and contain important information.
Failure to observe the instructions provided in a caution notice could result in serious
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Important
These important notes contain important information on procedures that must be
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Note
Notes provide additional tips or advice that can save you time and effort in using the
scanner.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................1
Conventions ................................................................................................ 1
Safety Precautions .....................................................................................5
Daily Maintenance ......................................................................................
Installation Location ....................................................................................
Power Supply ..............................................................................................
Carrying ......................................................................................................
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Chapter 1 DR-7580/9080C
1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C ......................................................10
1.2 Packaging: What Is in the Box? ......................................................12
1.3 Part Names ...................................................................................... 13
◆ Front View .............................................................................................
◆ Rear View ..............................................................................................
◆ Connectors (Bottom View) ....................................................................
◆ Operation Panel ....................................................................................
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1.4 Optional Products ............................................................................16
Chapter 2 Preparation Before Use
2.1 Checking Your Operating Environment .........................................18
2.2 Connecting to a Computer............................................................. 19
SCSI Connections ....................................................................................
◆ SCSI Cards ...........................................................................................
◆ Connecting the SCSI Cable ..................................................................
◆ Setting the SCSI ID and Terminator ......................................................
USB Connections .....................................................................................
◆ USB 2.0 Interface Cards .......................................................................
◆ Connecting a USB Interface Cable .......................................................
Connecting the Power Cord ......................................................................
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2.3 Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject ...............................................24
Preparing the Document Tray Extension ..................................................
Preparing the Document Eject Tray Extension .........................................
◆ Long Documents ...................................................................................
◆ Short Documents ..................................................................................
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2.4 Turning ON/OFF the Power .............................................................27
Turning ON the Power ............................................................................... 27
Recognizing the Scanner .......................................................................... 28
Turning OFF the Power ............................................................................. 30
Chapter 3 Software
3.1 About the Software ......................................................................... 32
3.2 Installing the Software ................................................................... 33
Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver ............................................................... 33
Installing CapturePerfect ........................................................................... 34
3.3 How to Use the Software................................................................ 36
How to Use the ISIS/TWAIN Driver ..........................................................
How to Use CapturePerfect ......................................................................
◆ Starting CapturePerfect ........................................................................
◆ Closing CapturePerfect .........................................................................
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3.4 Uninstalling the Software................................................................39
Chapter 4 Document Feeding and Scanning
4.1 Documents ...................................................................................... 42
Types of Documents ................................................................................. 42
How to Place Documents ......................................................................... 43
4.2 Document Feeding and Scanning ..................................................44
Scan Procedure ........................................................................................
◆ Standard Feeding .................................................................................
◆ Panel-Feeding .......................................................................................
◆ Automatic Feeding ................................................................................
◆ Manual Feeding (Bypass Mode) ...........................................................
Count Only Mode ......................................................................................
Using Patch Code Sheets .........................................................................
◆ Patch Code Sheets ...............................................................................
◆ Types of Patch Code Patterns ...............................................................
◆ How to Use Patch Code Sheets............................................................
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Chapter 5 Other Functions
5.1 Document Detection Function....................................................... 58
Double Feed Detection Function .............................................................. 58
Skew Detection Function .......................................................................... 58
Staple Detection ....................................................................................... 59
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5.2 Setting in the User Mode................................................................ 60
How to Set the User Mode ........................................................................ 62
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
6.1 When the Scanner Is Not Recognized .......................................... 64
SCSI Connections .................................................................................... 64
USB Connections ..................................................................................... 66
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams ...................................................................... 67
Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit ........................................................... 67
Paper Jam in the Paper Exit Section ........................................................ 70
6.3 Paper Feed Trouble .........................................................................72
6.4 When the Scanned Image Is Not Normal .......................................74
6.5 When an Error Code Is Displayed ..................................................75
Chapter 7 Daily Cleaning
7.1 Daily Cleaning ..................................................................................80
Cleaning the Main Unit .............................................................................
Cleaning the Document Detection Sensor ...............................................
Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers ............................................
Cleaning the Shading Plates ....................................................................
Cleaning the Guide Plate (When Using the Imprinter) .............................
Cleaning the Ink Jet Nozzles (When Using the Imprinter) ........................
Power Outlet .............................................................................................
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7.2 Replacing the Rollers ......................................................................88
When to Replace Rollers ..........................................................................
Resetting the Counter ...............................................................................
Installing and Removing the Rollers .........................................................
◆ Installing and Removing Pickup Rollers ...............................................
◆ Installing and Removing Feed Rollers ..................................................
◆ Installing and Removing Retard Rollers ...............................................
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Specifications .........................................................................................100
Specifications for the Scanner ................................................................
Options ....................................................................................................
Consumables ..........................................................................................
Exterior Dimensions ................................................................................
100
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Index ........................................................................................................103
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Safety Precautions
Daily Maintenance
When you are working around the scanner, follow these precautions to avoid the
hazards of fire and electrical shock:
WARNING
■ Never install and operate the scanner near flammable substances such as alcohol,
paint thinner, benzene, or any other type of volatile solution.
■ Never damage or modify the power cord, and never place heavy objects on the power
cord.
■ Always make sure that your hands are dry when you are handling the power cord or
plug. Never grasp the plug when your hands are wet.
■ Never plug the scanner into a multiplug power strip.
■ Never bundle, wrap, or tie the power cord around itself or another object. Connect the
plug securely to the power source.
■ Use only the power cord and plug provided with the scanner.
■ Never attempt to disassemble or modify the scanner.
■ Never use flammable aerosol products near the scanner.
■ Before you clean the scanner, turn OFF the power and disconnect the power cord
from the power outlet.
■ To clean the scanner exterior, use a firmly wrung cloth moistened slightly with water
or mild detergent. Never use any type of volatile solution such as alcohol, benzene or
paint thinner.
■ If you hear a strange sound, detect smoke or abnormal heat, sense vibration, or
smell odd odors around the scanner, turn OFF the power immediately and disconnect
the power cord from the power outlet. Call for service immediately.
■ Handle the scanner with care. Avoid shocks and vibrations to the scanner caused by
reckless handling. If you suspect the scanner has been accidentally damaged, turn
OFF the power immediately and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.
Call for service immediately.
■ Before you move the scanner, always turn OFF the power and disconnect the power
cord from the power outlet.
■ The scanner weighs 55.1 lb (25 kg). Two people must carry the scanner. You may
drop the scanner, or pinch your fingers if you attempt to carry it by yourself.
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CAUTION
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■ To avoid damage to the scanner, never place the scanner on an unstable or vibrating
surface. The scanner may tip or fall over, and cause an injury.
■ To avoid overheating and causing a fire, never block the air vents on the rear of the
scanner.
■ Keep all liquids, beverages, or any type of liquid, and clips, staples, necklaces, or
other metal objects away from the scanner. If you accidentally spill liquid or drop a
metal object into the scanner, turn OFF the power immediately and disconnect the
power cord from the power outlet. Call for service immediately.
■ Never install the scanner in humid or dusty locations. Doing so might cause a fire or
electrical shock.
■ Never place heavy objects on top of the scanner. Such objects may tip or fall over,
and cause an injury.
■ When you remove the power cord, grip it by the plug head. Never attempt to
disconnect the cord from the outlet by pulling on the cord. Doing so might expose or
break the core leads, damage the power cord, and cause a fire or electrical shock.
■ Keep the area around the power outlet clear of all obstacles so you can disconnect
the power cord easily at all times.
■ Never spill water or type of volatile solution (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner) into the
scanner. Doing so might cause a fire or electrical shock.
■ When the scanner is not being used for a long time, disconnect the power cord from
the power outlet.
■ Avoid wearing loose fitting clothing, dangling jewelry, long ties, or even long hair that
could become entangled with moving parts, especially the rollers that feed the
scanner. If such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet to stop the scanner.
■ Be very careful when you are loading a document or removing a paper jam. You may
be injured unexpectedly. For example, the paper edges may cut your fingers.
■ Do not open the imprinter cover or upper scanner while the scanner is operating.
Doing so might result in a malfunction or injury.
■ Do not directly touch the pins and contacts on the scanner connector with your
hands. Doing so might result in a malfunction.
Installation Location
More than 3.9" (100 mm)
More than
3.9"
(100 mm)
More than
3.9"
(100 mm)
24.8" (630 mm)
(with document
tray extension closed)
31.9" (810 mm)
(with document
tray extension,
extension wire open)
More than 26" (660 mm)
For operation, maintenance and ventilation, make sure that there is enough space
around the scanner, as shown in the illustration above.
Avoid placing the scanner in the following places. Doing so may cause a
malfunction and adversely affect the scanner or your computer.
• Places exposed to direct sunlight
If installation in such places is unavoidable, provide a curtain or similar object to
shade the scanner.
• Places subject to dust and fumes
Dust and cigarette fumes adversely affect the components inside the scanner.
• Near running water, a heat source, water vapor, or in an area such as a
laboratory exposed to ammonia gas, paint thinner, or other volatile chemicals.
• Places subject to vibration and strong shock
• Places subject to rapid changes in temperature or humidity
Condensation occurring inside the scanner may impair scan image quality. Place
the scanner in a room that is well within the following range:
Room temperature
50°F to 90.5°F (10°C to 32.5°C)
Relative humidity
20% to 80% RH
Use the recommended operating environment for the ink cartridge when using
the imprinter.
• Near electronic equipment or heavy equipment that generates a strong
magnetic field, such as a speaker, TV, and radio.
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Power Supply
• Be sure to connect to an AC 220-240V (50/60 Hz) or AC 120V (60 Hz) power
supply, according to your region’s requirement.
• Ensure that the scanner is connected to an independent power outlet. Do not
plug the scanner into an outlet shared with another device. If you use an
extension cable, pay attention to the total amperage of the cable.
• If you are unsure of anything relating to the power supply, contact your service
representative.
• Never place an object on top of the power cord or step on the power cord.
• Never bundle the power cord or wrap the cord around an object, such as a table
leg.
• Do not tug the power cord. When you remove the power cord, grip it by the plug
head.
• Keep the area around the power outlet free of obstacles.
Carrying
Take care when moving the scanner. Two people should hold the scanner firmly
on opposite sides when lifting it.
WARNING
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■ The scanner weighs 55.1 lb (25 kg). Two people must carry the scanner. You may
drop the scanner, or pinch your fingers if you attempt to carry it by yourself.
■ When moving the scanner, be sure to turn OFF the power and remove any cables. If
the cables are not removed before moving the scanner, you may damage the plugs or
connectors by forcibly pulling them out.
Chapter 1
DR-7580/9080C
This chapter describes the features of the
scanner, what’s in the box, and the names and
functions of parts on the scanner.
1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C ........ 10
1.2 Packaging: What Is in the Box? ........ 12
1.3 Part Names ..........................................13
Front View ................................................
Rear View ................................................
Connectors (Bottom View) .......................
Operation Panel .......................................
13
14
14
15
1.4 Optional Products ..............................16
Chapter 1
DR-7580/9080C
Features of the DR-7580/
9080C
The DR-7580/9080C is a compact scanner that can handle large volumes of
documents. Here is a summary of the outstanding features of the DR-7580/9080C.
● Supports black-and-white (binary), and grayscale output (DR-7580)
Supports black-and-white (binary), and grayscale.
● Supports black-and-white (binary), grayscale and 24-bit color output
(DR-9080C)
Supports black-and-white (binary), grayscale and 24-bit color output.
● High speed scanning
Small documents, such as checks and business cards, all the way up to
11" x 17"/A3 size documents can be scanned. LTR/A4 size (portrait)
documents can be scanned at high speed of up to 90 sheet per minute (DR9080C).
● Large capacity, reliable paper feeding
- Up to 500 sheets of A4/LTR-size documents can be placed at once.
- A wide range of size and thickness of documents can be scanned. Paper
feeding is highly reliable. Document skew is automatically aligned as it
passes through the scanner. The scanner accurately handles documents of
various sizes and thicknesses.
● Double feed detection (See p.58.)
The scanner detects double fed documents.
● Staple detection (See p.59.)
The scanner detects stapled documents.
● Skew correction (See p.58.)
This function automatically detects if the document is fed in at an angle, and
straightens out skewed documents.
● High durability
The scanner has high durability of six million scans.
● Compact size
12.3" (H) x 18.1" (W) x 20.7" (D)/312 mm (H) x 460 mm (W) x 525 mm (D)
● Drop out color
This function enables drop out scanning of (that is, “drops out”) a specific color
in the document.
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1.1 Features of the DR-7580/9080C
● Various options
The wide range of options includes the imprinter for printing characters on the
document being scanned, the bar code module that reads bar codes on
documents that are being scanned, and the endorser for printing numbers on
the documents after scanning.
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DR-7580/9080C
Packaging:
What Is in the Box?
Make sure that you have everything. Check every item you have removed from the
box. If any items are missing, contact your sales representative.
Power Cord
DR-7580/9080C
Setup Disc
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• Item included in this package may change without notice.
Warranty Card
(U.S.A. and Canada only)
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1.3 Part Names
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Part Names
This section describes the names and functions of each part. Before you connect
the DR-7580/9080C, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the main parts.
◆ Front View
Document Eject Tray Guide
Imprinter Cover
Set this guide to the width of the
document being ejected. (See p.26.)
Open out this cover when you are
adjusting the print position of the
optional imprinter.
Document Eject Tray Extension/Stopper
Use this if documents look like they are going to
fall off of the eject tray. (See p.25.)
Operation Panel
(See p.15.)
Document Guide
Set the paper guide for the
width of the document
you are going to scan.
Upper Scanner
Open the upper scanner
to clean the rollers or if
paper becomes
jammed. (See p.70.)
Power Switch
(See p.27.)
Document Tray Extension/
Extension Wire
Pull this out and use it if documents extend
beyond the edge of the document tray. (See p.24.)
Document Tray
Place the document in
this tray.
Do not open the imprinter cover when the optional imprinter is not installed.
CAUTION
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◆ Rear View
Power Cord Connector
Connectors
Connect the power cord provided with
the scanner to this connector.
Air Vent
CAUTION
To avoid overheating and causing a fire, never block the air vents on the rear of the
scanner.
◆ Connectors (Bottom View)
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USB Connector
SCSI Connectors
DIP Switch
Connect a Hi-Speed USB 2.0
compatible cable. (See p.22.)
Connect a half-pitch 50 pin (pin type)
SCSI cable. (See p.19.)
This switch is for setting the SCSI ID
and turning ON or OFF the terminator.
(See p.20.)
1.3 Part Names
◆ Operation Panel
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(1) Counter display
(2) Count Only key
(3) New File key
(4) Bypass Mode key
(5) Stop key
(6) Start key
(1) Counter display
Displays an error code or the number of pages scanned.
To clear the number on the counter display, press the [Count Only] key, then
press the [Stop] key down for at least two seconds.
(2) Count Only key
Sets the scanner to the Count Only mode for just counting the number of
pages fed. (See p.52.)
When you press this key, it will light. If you place the document and press the
Start key in this state, the document will be fed and the scanner will count the
number of pages. (The document will not be scanned.)
(3) New File key
Enabled when the application supports the “Batch Separator” function. This
key lights when it is pressed, or when the batch separator has been set in the
application. When this function is in use, scanned images will be saved to a
separate file or folder from that of the preceding images.
(4) Bypass Mode key
Press this key to set the scanner to the Bypass (manual) mode. Use this
function to scan documents that might double feed or that are bound at the
edge and to be fed without page separation.
(5) Stop key
Press this key to stop scanning.
Also use this key to cancel the currently set mode, or to clear the number of
pages scanned or cancel an error on the counter display.
(6) Start key
LED will light when the Count Only mode is selected or the application has
activated the scanner. Press the [Start] key when the LED is lit to start
scanning.
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Optional Products
The following options can be purchased and used on the DR-7580/9080C, if they
are necessary. Contact your sales representative.
◆ Imprinter Unit
The imprinter unit is installed inside the scanner, and prints a text message on the
front of the document being scanned. You can set the text message that is
imprinted in the application.
Note
Ink cartridges used are Hewlett-Packard ink cartridges, and the model numbers are:
C6602B (blue), C6602G (green), and C6602R (red).
◆ Endorser ED-600
The Endorser ED-600 unit is installed on top of the scanner, and prints a eight
digit number on the back of the document being scanned.
Note
When using the endorser, the scanning speed lowers to match the printing speed of the
endorser.
◆ Hard Counter
The hard counter is a seven digit counter that is installed inside the upper
scanner. It keeps a tally of the pages that are fed through the scanner.
◆ Bar Code Module
The bar code module is add-on software that allows the ISIS/TWAIN driver to
recognize bar codes. The application you are using must support bar code
recognition in order to use the bar code module. See the “ISIS/TWAIN Driver
HELP” for more information.
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Preparation Before Use
This chapter describes the procedure from
scanner connection through to turning ON the
power.
2.1 Checking Your Operating
Environment ....................................... 18
2.2 Connecting to a Computer ................19
SCSI Connections ................................... 19
USB Connections .................................... 22
Connecting the Power Cord .................... 23
2.3 Preparing for Paper Feed and
Eject .................................................... 24
Preparing the Document Tray
Extension ................................................. 24
Preparing the Document Eject Tray
Extension ................................................. 25
2.4 Turning ON/OFF the Power ................27
Turning ON the Power ............................. 27
Recognizing the Scanner ........................ 28
Turning OFF the Power ............................ 30
Chapter 2
Preparation Before Use
Checking Your Operating
Environment
Your computer system must meet the following conditions to use the
DR-7580/9080C.
● IBM PC/AT or compatible machines that meet the following
specifications:
• Intel Celeron 733 MHz or faster
• 256 MB main memory or more (recommended)
• 100 MB or more of free space on the hard disk
● SCSI card that is compatible with this scanner or Hi-Speed USB 2.0
interface card (See “Connecting to a Computer,” on p.19.)
● Monitor that can display at a resolution of 1024 x 768 (XGA) or greater is
recommended.
● One of the following operating systems:
For SCSI
• Microsoft Windows 98SE
• Microsoft Windows Me
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP6
• Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP3 or later
• Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or later
For USB
• Microsoft Windows 98SE
• Microsoft Windows Me
• Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP3 or later
• Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or later
● Either an ISIS (compatible) or a TWAIN (compatible) application that
operates on one of the operating systems noted above.
Important
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● Use the latest USB 2.0 driver when using USB connections. Contact your sales
representative.
● If the CPU, memory, SCSI card, or USB interface card does not meet the
recommended specifications, the scanning speed may slow down or the time
required to transfer data may increase.
2.2 Connecting to a Computer
Connecting to a Computer
There are two ways to connect the scanner to your computer, SCSI or USB. Use
the method that is compatible with your computer system.
CAUTION
2
■ Do not turn OFF the scanner or remove any interface cables when an application is
running.
■ Do not connect both SCSI and USB interface cables at the same time.
■ Turn OFF the computer and the scanner before changing the cable format.
SCSI Connections
Connect the scanner to the computer.
Note
To connect the scanner with a SCSI cable, you will need the following items that are not
included in the package:
● SCSI card
Check that the SCSI card is installed on your computer.
Use one of the recommended SCSI cards.
● SCSI cable
The scanner’s SCSI connector is a half-pitch 50-pin (pin type) connector. Check the
shape of the connector on your computer’s SCSI card or on the SCSI device
connected to your computer, and prepare a SCSI cable that is compatible with the
connector that can be connected to the scanner.
◆ SCSI Cards
Be sure to use one of the recommended SCSI cards when connecting the
scanner with a SCSI cable. The recommended SCSI cards are listed below.
Recommended SCSI cards
Manufacturer:
Adaptec
Product names: AHA-2930U, AHA-2940AU, AHA-2930LP, ASC-19160,
ASC-29160, APA-1480
Important
● Be sure to follow the installation procedure in your computer’s operation manual
when installing the SCSI card to your computer.
● Scan speed is slightly reduced with AHA-2930LP because synchronous transfer is
not available in Windows 2000/XP.
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◆ Connecting the SCSI Cable
CAUTION
■ Before you connect the SCSI cable, make sure that the scanner and the computer
are turned OFF.
■ Do not connect both SCSI and USB interface cables at the same time.
Connect your computer to the scanner using the SCSI cable.
Two SCSI connectors are located on the rear of the scanner. Insert the SCSI
cable from the computer into one of the connectors on the bottom of the scanner.
To connect another SCSI device to the computer, insert the other SCSI cable into
the vacant SCSI connector on the rear of the scanner, and connect the other end
of the SCSI cable into the SCSI device in a daisy chain.
USB Connector
(cannot be connected) SCSI Connectors Power Cord Connector
SCSI Cable
◆ Setting the SCSI ID and Terminator
Set the SCSI ID and the terminator on the DIP switches located between the
SCSI connectors and the power cord connector.
Move the DIP switch towards you to turn it OFF and move it towards the scanner
to turn it ON.
SCSI ID switch
Terminator ON/OFF switch
SCSI ID
SW1
SW2
SW3
0
1
2
3
4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
5
6
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
7
ON
ON
ON
Set the SCSI ID referring to the table above.
Set unique SCSI IDs to any other built-in SCSI devices or SCSI devices
connected to the computer.
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Important
● The SCSI ID default is set to 2.
● Assign SCSI ID numbers ranging from 0 to 7 for each SCSI device. Do not select 7
as this is normally assigned to the SCSI controller. If a SCSI hard disk is mounted, do
not use 0 and 1. Normally 0 and 1 are assigned for hard disks.
Set the terminator on the last SCSI device on a daisy chain to ON.
2
<When only the scanner is connected to your computer, or when another
SCSI device is connected on a daisy chain and the scanner is the last SCSI
device on the end of the daisy chain>
Set the terminator switch to ON.
In such a connection, be sure to set the terminator on all other SCSI devices to
OFF.
Terminator ON
Terminator OFF
<When another SCSI device is connected as the last device of the daisy
chain>
Set the terminator switch on the scanner to OFF.
In such a connection, set the terminator on the SCSI device connected as the end
device to ON.
Terminator ON, or
attach terminator.
Terminator OFF
CAUTION
Be sure to set the DIP switch or use a terminator plug if this scanner is installed as the
last piece of equipment in a daisy chain. Note that if you use a terminator plug and the
DIP switch is set to ON, the scanner may malfunction.
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USB Connections
Connect the scanner to the computer.
Important
To connect the scanner with a USB interface cable, you will need the following items
that are not included in the package.
● USB interface card
Use an extended USB interface card that is compatible with Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and
operationally tested by Canon.
◆ USB 2.0 Interface Cards
Be sure to use one of the recommended USB 2.0 interface cards when
connecting the scanner with a USB interface cable. The recommended USB 2.0
interface cards are listed below.
Recommended USB 2.0 interface cards
Manufacturer:
Adaptec
Product:
USB 2 Connect 2000LP (AUA-2000)
USB 2 Connect 3100 (AUA-3100LP)
USB 2 Connect 5100 (AUA-5100)
USB 2 Connect for Notebooks (AUA-1420)
Important
22
● Be sure to follow the installation procedure in your computer’s operation manual
when installing the USB 2.0 interface card to your computer.
● Use the most recent USB 2.0 driver provided by Microsoft.
● Windows NT operating systems do not support USB. Use a SCSI cable to connect
the scanner to computers with Windows NT operating systems.
● Use a USB hub that supports USB 2.0 if you need to use a USB hub.
● This scanner has passed the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 verification test. However, it may not
function properly even when Hi-Speed USB 2.0 is built-in a computer as standard.
● Scan speed may slow down when Hi-Speed USB 2.0 is not supported.
2.2 Connecting to a Computer
◆ Connecting a USB Interface Cable
Do not connect both a SCSI cable and USB interface cable at the same time.
CAUTION
USB Connector
SCSI Connectors
(cannot be connected)
2
USB Interface Cable
Connecting the Power Cord
Connect the power cord.
Be sure to use only the power cord provided with the scanner.
WARNING
When connecting the power cord, follow these precautions. Failure to do so might
cause a fire or electrical shock.
■ Never grasp the plug when your hands are wet.
■ Never plug the scanner into a multiplug power strip.
■ Never bundle or tie the power cord around itself or another object. Connect the plug
securely to the power source.
■ Use only the power cord and plug provided with the scanner.
■ Before you connect the power cord, be sure to turn OFF the power.
■ Be sure to connect to an AC 220-240V (50/60 Hz) or AC 120V (60 Hz) power supply,
according to your region’s requirement.
■ Do not plug the scanner into an outlet shared with another device. If you use an
extension cable, pay attention to the total amperage of the cable.
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Preparing for Paper Feed
and Eject
Pull out the document tray extension and the document eject tray extension to
match the size of the document being scanned.
Preparing the Document Tray Extension
Pull out the document tray extension to accommodate the size of the document to
be scanned.
1 Pull out the document tray extension from the document tray.
2 Gently open the extension wire.
Note
24
Use the extension wire if the document extends beyond the edge of the document
tray.
2.3 Preparing for Paper Feed and Eject
Preparing the Document Eject Tray Extension
Use the document eject tray extension and stopper to prevent scanned
documents from falling off the eject tray.
◆ Long Documents
2
If the document you are scanning is long, open the document eject tray extension
and adjust the position of the stopper as needed.
1 Open the document eject tray extension.
2 Lift up the stopper.
3 Adjust the position of the stopper to match the length of the
document.
Note
You can use the stopper without opening the document eject tray extension.
(See p.26.)
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◆ Short Documents
If the document you are scanning is short, use the stopper without opening the
document eject tray extension.
1 Lift up the stopper.
2 Adjust the position of the stopper to match the length of the
document.
Note
26
Adjust the position of the document eject guides if the document being ejected
drifts to the left or right.
2.4 Turning ON/OFF the Power
Turning ON/OFF the Power
Follow the procedures below to turn ON or OFF the scanner power.
2
Turning ON the Power
Be sure to turn ON the power of all connected SCSI devices before you turn ON the
computer.
Important
1 To turn ON the scanner, press the power switch.
“00000” is displayed on the counter display of the operation panel.
WARNING
If you hear a strange sound, detect smoke or abnormal heat, sense vibration, or
smell odd odors around the scanner, turn OFF the power immediately and
disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Contact your service
representative immediately. Failure to do so might cause a fire.
2 Turn ON the computer.
Note
When you connect the scanner to the computer, you need to make Windows
recognize the scanner when you first start up Windows. (See “Recognizing the
Scanner”, on p.28.)
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Recognizing the Scanner
If you are using Windows 98/Me or Windows 2000/XP, then the first time that you
turn ON your computer after connecting this scanner to your computer, Windows
Plug and Play function automatically displays a screen prompting you to install the
scanner driver. Follow the instructions on the screen to proceed with the
installation. (The name of the installation dialog varies depending on the Windows
operating system.)
● If you are using Windows 98SE, the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog
box appears.
1. Click the [Next] button.
2. Select [Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended).], and
then click the [Next] button.
3. Insert the setup disc into the computer’s CD-ROM drive.
4. Select [Specify a location], enter “D:\INF” (assuming that “D” is assigned to
your CD-ROM drive), and then click the [Next] button.
5. Click the [Next] button.
6. Click the [Finish] button.
● If you are using Windows Me, the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog box
appears.
1. Select [Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)] and then click the
[Next] button.
2. Insert the setup disc into the computer’s CD-ROM drive.
3. Select [Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended).], and
then select [Specify a location]. Enter “D:\INF” (assuming that “D” is
assigned to your CD-ROM drive), and then click the [Next] button.
4. Click the [Next] button.
5. Click the [Finish] button.
● If you are using Windows 2000 Professional, the “Found New Hardware
Wizard” dialog box appears.
1. Click the [Next] button to proceed to the “Install Hardware Device Drivers”
screen.
2. Select [Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)], and then
click the [Next] button to proceed to the “Locate Driver Files” screen.
3. Select [Specify a location], and then click the [Next] button.
4. Insert the setup disc into the computer’s CD-ROM drive.
5. Enter “D:\INF” (assuming that “D” is assigned to your CD-ROM drive), and
then click the [OK] button.
6. In the “Driver Files Search Results” screen, click the [Next] button.
7. If the message “Digital Signature Not Found” appears, click [Yes] to continue
installation.
8. On the “Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard” screen, click the
[Finish] button.
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● If you are using Windows XP, the “Found New Hardware Wizard” dialog
box appears.
1. Insert the setup disc into the computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2. In the “Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard” screen, select [Install
from a list or specific location (Advanced)], and then click the [Next] button.
3. Select [Search for the best driver in these locations], and then clear the
[Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...)] check box. Select [Include
this location in the search], enter “D:\INF” (assuming that “D” is assigned to
your CD-ROM drive), and then click the [Next] button.
4. Click the [Continue Anyway] button in the “Hardware Installation” dialog box.
Although a message appears indicating that the driver “has not passed
Windows logo testing”, simply continue operation.
5. Click the [Finish] button in the “Completing the Found New Hardware
Wizard” screen.
Note
Important
2
● The DR-7580 will be registered as “CANON DR-7580 SCSI” or “CANON DR-7580
USB” in the “Imaging Device” directory.
● The DR-9080C will be registered as “CANON DR-9080C SCSI” or
“CANON DR-9080C USB” in the “Imaging Device” directory.
● The displayed device name of the DR-7580 or DR-9080C differs depending on the
connection, via SCSI or via USB. Turn OFF the power to the scanner and the
computer before changing the connections, and then turn ON the power and let the
computer recognize the scanner again.
If you cancel the scanner recognition operation before it finishes, the driver installer
screen will be displayed again when you restart your computer. Complete the driver
installation.
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Turning OFF the Power
1 Turn OFF the computer.
2 To turn OFF the scanner, press the power switch.
CAUTION
30
■ Wait at least 10 seconds before turning ON the scanner again.
■ For your safety, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet if you are not
using the scanner for a long time.
Chapter 3
Software
This chapter describes how to install and use
the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect so
that you can use this scanner.
3.1 About the Software .............................32
3.2 Installing the Software .......................33
Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver .............. 33
Installing CapturePerfect.......................... 34
3.3 How to Use the Software....................36
How to Use the ISIS/TWAIN Driver ......... 36
How to Use CapturePerfect ..................... 37
3.4 Uninstalling the Software ................. 39
Chapter 3
Software
About the Software
The following software applications are provided on the setup disc that is
packaged with the scanner. Be sure to open and read the Readme.txt file on the
setup disc before installing the software.
● ISIS/TWAIN driver
● CapturePerfect
This is a ISIS compatible application for scanning images. Install it if necessary.
Important
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● The ISIS/TWAIN driver provided with the scanner does not necessarily operate all
ISIS compatible applications or all TWAIN compatible applications. Contact your
sales representative for further information.
● Some functions mentioned in this manual may not be operated in some applications.
3.2 Installing the Software
Installing the Software
This section describes how to install the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect so
that you can use the scanner.
Installing the ISIS/TWAIN Driver
Connect the scanner to the computer.
Important
● If another ISIS compatible driver is already installed on the computer, be sure to
make a backup of the following file. The content of this file may be overwritten when
the ISIS/TWAIN driver is installed.
C:\Windows\PixTran\*.*
C:\Windows\System\pix*.dll
● The names of the “\Windows” and “\Windows\System” folders are different, depending
on which Windows operating system you are using. The names of the above folders
are representative and should be replaced by the name of the folder used in your
operating system.
3
1 Turn ON your computer and start Windows.
Important
Be sure to log on as an administrator if your system is Windows NT 4.0 Workstation,
Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP.
2 Insert the setup disc into the CD-ROM drive.
This manual assumes that “D” is assigned to your CD-ROM drive.
3 Click the [Start] button, and then select [Run].
The screen depends on which Windows operating system you are using.
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4 Enter “D:\Driver\setup.exe” in the [Open] field, and then click [OK].
The installation starts.
5 Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
Installing CapturePerfect
Connect the scanner to the computer.
1 Turn ON your computer and start Windows.
Important
Be sure to log on as an administrator if your system is Windows NT 4.0 Workstation,
Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP.
2 Insert the setup disc into the CD-ROM drive.
This manual assumes that “D” is assigned to your CD-ROM drive.
3 Click the [Start] button, and then select [Run].
The screen depends on which Windows operating system you are using.
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4 Enter “D:\CapturePerfect\setup.exe” in the [Open] field, and then
click [OK].
The installation starts.
5 Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
3
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Software
How to Use the Software
This section describes how to use CapturePerfect so that you can use the
scanner.
Read the “ISIS/TWAIN Driver HELP” for information on using the ISIS/TWAIN
driver.
How to Use the ISIS/TWAIN Driver
The explanation on how to use the ISIS/TWAIN driver is in the ISIS/TWAIN driver
help file. To view the help file, click the [Start] button, then click [Programs] [Canon DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C] - [Canon DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C Help].
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3.3 How to Use the Software
How to Use CapturePerfect
This section describes the procedure to start and end CapturePerfect. See [Help]
in CapturePerfect for information on how to use CapturePerfect.
◆ Starting CapturePerfect
1 Click the [Start] button, and then click [Programs] - [CapturePerfect].
Click [All Programs] - [CapturePerfect] if your OS is Windows XP.
3
2 Start CapturePerfect.
Note
The basic operation of CapturePerfect is noted in the CapturePerfect help file. Refer by
selecting [Help] from the [Help] menu on the menu bar in CapturePerfect to view the
explanation.
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◆ Closing CapturePerfect
1 Select [Exit] from the [File] menu.
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3.4 Uninstalling the Software
Uninstalling the Software
This section describes how to uninstall the ISIS/TWAIN driver and CapturePerfect.
Important
● Be sure to log on as an administrator if your system is Windows NT 4.0 Workstation,
Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP.
● The dialogs and button names in Windows XP are different from those used in the
explanations in this manual. Refer to the Windows XP “Help and Support Center” to
uninstall the software.
3
1 Click the [Start] button, and then click [Settings]-[Control Panel].
2 Double click on the [Add/Remove Programs] icon.
The [Add/Remove Programs Properties] dialog box appears.
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3 Select “Canon DR-6080/7580/9080C Driver” or “CapturePerfect”
from the list in the dialog box, and then click the [Add/Remove]
button.
4 The [Confirm File Deletion] dialog box appears.
If you selected “Canon DR-6080/7580/9080C Driver,” the above dialog box appears.
If you selected “CapturePerfect,” the above dialog box appears.
5 Click the [Yes] button, and the uninstaller starts.
Follow the instructions on the screen to finish uninstalling the software.
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Chapter 4
Document Feeding and
Scanning
This chapter describes precautions regarding
documents that can be handled on this
scanner and scanning operations.
4.1 Documents ..........................................42
Types of Documents. ............................... 42
How to Place Documents ........................ 43
4.2 Document Feeding and Scanning .....44
Scan Procedure ....................................... 44
Count Only Mode ..................................... 52
Using Patch Code Sheets ........................ 53
Chapter 4
Document Feeding and Scanning
Documents
This section describes about the types of documents and how to set them.
Treat the documents carefully. The paper edges may cut your fingers.
CAUTION
Types of Documents
The DR-7580/9080C can feed a wide variety of document sizes. The ranges of
width and length for a document are:
Width
: 2.2" to 12" (55 to 305 mm)
Length
: 2.8" to 17.0" (70 to 432 mm) (Documents up to 39.4" (1,000 mm)
can be scanned in the extra long mode.)
Thickness: 0.002" to 0.006"/0.06 to 0.15 mm (Auto feeding)
0.002" to 0.01"/0.05 to 0.3 mm (Manual feeding)
Weight
: 13 to 32 lb bond (52 to 128 g/m2)(Auto feeding)
11 to 64 lb bond (42 to 255 g/m2)(Manual feeding)
Follow these guidelines when you prepare a document for scanning:
• Duplex scanning, color scanning, and high density (600 dpi) scanning cannot be
done with large documents, such as 11" x 17" size paper and A3 size paper.
Change the scanning mode to scan these sizes.
• Set the scan mode to “black and white” to scan long documents.
• Before scanning documents that contain pasted artwork, make sure that the ink
or paste on the pages is thoroughly dry. If the documents are scanned with the
ink or paste still wet, the scanner may cause problems.
• If you scan a document written in pencil, the letters may not scan properly or the
pencil may rub off onto the rollers and stain subsequent documents. Before you
scan this kind of document, make a copy and then scan the copy. After scanning
a document written in pencil or some other soft writing material, be sure to clean
the scanning rollers. (See p.81.)
• If you scan thin paper in the Duplex mode, the ink printed on the back side may
be scanned. If this happens, adjust the scanning density.
• If you scan documents with a rough surface, friction between the documents
may cause a feeding error. If this happens, select [Manual feed] and scan the
document one by one.
• When you scan a batch of NCR documents, make sure that they are not stuck
together.
• To avoid paper jams, damage to documents, and a scanner malfunction, do not
feed the following types of paper. If you want to scan these types of paper, first
make a copy and then scan the copy.
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Note
Wrinkled or creased paper
Carbon-backed paper
Curled paper
Coated paper or fax recording paper
Torn paper
Extremely thin paper
Paper with clips or staples
Paper with binding holes
● Note that mixing documents of different thickness and size may cause a malfunction
during feeding.
● Heavily curled wrinkled, or creased documents may cause them to double feed.
● Documents containing text or pictures within 0.2" (5 mm) of its edges or documents
with a color background may cause erroneous skew detection or automatic size
detection.
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How to Place Documents
Note the following points when placing documents on the scanner.
● Place the documents face up in the document tray.
● Do not exceed the load limitation mark when placing documents in the
document tray. It may cause paper jams.
Small Size Limitation Mark:
When placing documents that
are smaller than LTR/A4 size.
Large Size Limitation Mark:
When placing documents that
are larger than LTR/A4 size.
● It is possible to place approximately 500 documents of regular LTR/A4
size (80g/m2 or 20 lb bond), or approximately 200 documents of larger
than LTR size.
● If the document tray does not rise and makes a “clacking” noise, then the
amount of paper placed on the document tray may weigh too much even
if the documents do not exceed the limitation mark. Reduce the amount
of pages and scan the documents again.
● In the Long Document mode, if you place a long document askew in the
document tray, it will rub against both sides of the feeding path and may
damage the document. Be sure to align the document straight when
placing it in the document tray. (See p.61.)
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Document Feeding and Scanning
This section describes how to place the document in the document tray, the
procedure until scanning begins, the count only mode for counting the number of
sheets, and the patch code sheet for automatically separating batches of
documents.
CAUTION
■ Avoid wearing loose fitting clothing, dangling jewelry, long ties, or even long hair that
could become entangled with moving parts, especially the rollers that feed the paper.
If such objects become entangled, immediately disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet to stop the scanner.
■ Check the stack and remove all clips, staples, pins, or any other type of metal or
plastic fastener. They may damage the document, cause a paper jam, or scanner
malfunction.
Scan Procedure
The procedure for scanning a document varies depending on how the document
is fed.
There are four ways to feed documents as shown below. Select [Feeding Option]
on the ISIS/TWAIN driver’s settings screen.
● Standard Feeding (See p.45.)
This feeding mode is selected from the application to start or stop scanning.
Instruct the scanner to start scanning from the computer after the document is
placed in the scanner.
● Panel-Feeding (See p.46.)
This feeding mode is useful when you want to continuously scan batches of
documents that are different sizes. Place the document and adjust the
document guides, then press the Start key on the scanner.
When scanning is finished, place the next document on the scanner and press
the Start key to continue scanning.
● Automatic Feeding (See p.48.)
This feeding mode is useful when scanning documents that are all the same
size. Scanning starts automatically when the scanner detects a document in
the document tray.
Scanning stops when the document in the document tray is gone. Place the
next document in the document tray to continue scanning.
● Manual Feeding (See p.50.)
Select this feeding mode if the document is prone to double feeding or if the
document does not feed continuously very well. Place one page of the
document in the document tray at a time and scan it.
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◆ Standard Feeding
To use the standard feeding mode, instruct the scanner to start from the
application.
1 Select [Standard Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the ISIS/TWAIN
driver’s settings screen.
2 Align a batch of documents to be scanned until the edges are even.
3 Place the document face up in the document tray, aligning the
document's top edge against the back of the document tray.
4
4 Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
5 Instruct scanning to start from the application.
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6 The document tray rises, and scanning begins. When scanning
ends, the document tray is lowered.
Note
If paper feed stops during scanning due to a system error or paper jam, make sure
that the last page of the document was recorded properly before continuing to scan.
◆ Panel-Feeding
To use the panel-feeding mode, instruct the scanner to start from the application
and it will go into standby mode. Start scanning by pressing the Start/Stop key on
the scanner.
1 Select [Panel-Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the ISIS/TWAIN
driver’s settings screen.
2 Align a batch of documents to be scanned until the edges are even.
3 Place the document face up in the document tray, aligning the
document’s top edge against the back of the document tray.
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4 Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
5 Instruct scanning to start from the application.
The Start key changes color from red to green.
6 Press the [Start] key.
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7 The document tray rises, and scanning begins. When scanning
ends, the document tray is lowered.
If paper feed stops during scanning due to a system error or paper jam, make sure
that the last page of the document was recorded properly before continuing to scan.
Note
8 If there are more documents to scan, place the document and
press the [Start] key. To end scanning, press the [Stop] key.
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◆ Automatic Feeding
To use the automatic feeding mode, after you instruct the scanner to start
scanning from the application, the scanner will start scanning as soon as it
detects a document in the document tray.
1 Select [Automatic Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the ISIS/TWAIN
driver’s settings screen.
2 Place the first page of the document face up in the document tray,
aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document
tray. Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
3 Instruct scanning to start from the application.
Note
Automatic scanning does not start when the document is placed before you instruct
scanning to start from the application. Either press the [Start] key, or remove and
place the document again.
4 Align a batch of documents to be scanned until the edges are even.
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5 Place the remainder of the document face up in the document tray,
aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document
tray.
6 The document tray rises, and scanning begins. When scanning
ends, the document tray is lowered.
CAUTION
4
■ If the scanning mode is set to “Automatic Feeding,” then scanning will start
automatically when the sensor on the document tray shown below detects the
document.
■ After instructing the scanner to start, if something is placed over the sensor, it will
mistakenly recognize it as a document and start scanning. Do not place anything
other than documents over the sensor.
Sensor
■ Dust on the sensor will cause false recognition. Clean the sensor periodically.
(See “Cleaning the Document Detection Sensor,” on p.81.)
7 If there are more documents to scan, place the document, and
scanning begins automatically. To end scanning, press the [Stop]
key.
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◆ Manual Feeding (Bypass Mode)
Use the Manual Feeding mode if the paper is thin, does not slide well, or the
documents are stuck together.
1 Place the first page of the document face up in the document tray,
aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document
tray. Adjust the document guides to the width of the document.
2 Select [Manual Feeding] in [Feeding Option] on the ISIS/TWAIN
driver’s settings screen. Alternatively, press the [Bypass Mode] key
on the operation panel.
Bypass Mode key
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The document tray rises.
Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the document tray.
CAUTION
3 Instruct scanning to start from in the application.
4 Place the next page of the document face up in the document tray,
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aligning the document’s top edge against the back of the document
tray.
The document is scanned.
5 Continue to place the document one page at a time.
6 To end scanning, press the [Stop] key.
Note
The document tray will stay up as long as the Bypass Mode key is lit.
After scanning is complete, press the [Bypass Mode key] on the operation panel to
lower the document tray.
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Count Only Mode
In the count only mode, the documents are fed through the scanner and the
number of the documents is only counted, they are not scanned.
1 Press the [Count Only] key on the operation panel of the scanner.
Count Only key
The Count Only key lights to indicate the Count Only mode.
2 Place the document in the document tray, aligning the document’s
top edge against the back of the document tray. Press the [Start]
key.
The document is fed and the number of documents appears on the counter
display.
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3 When counting ends, press the [Count Only] key to cancel the
count only mode.
To clear the number on the counter display, press the [Count Only] key,
then press the [Stop] key down for at least two seconds. (See p.15.)
Note
You can use the count only mode to count the number of documents and do “Verify
scan” (checking the number of documents scanned against the number of
documents counted). For details on verify scan, refer to “ISIS/TWAIN Driver
HELP.”
Using Patch Code Sheets
Patch code sheets are sheets of paper on which a special pattern is printed so
that files can be separated without stopping the scanning operation. The scanner
can recognize the pattern on these sheets, which allows files to be separated.
Note
● Refer to “ISIS/TWAIN Driver HELP” when using patch code sheets.
● Patch code sheets are enabled only when the application being used for scanning
supports file separation.
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◆ Patch Code Sheets
Patch code sheets are PDF (portable document format) data of which there are
four types, [PATCH II (A4)], [PATCH II (LTR)], [PATCH T (A4)], and [PATCH T
(LTR)]. Click on the [Start] button in Windows, and then click [Programs] – [Canon
DR-6080 & 7580 & 9080C] – [PATCH X(XX)], and use the document that is
printed.
Note
You need CapturePerfect or an application that can open PDF (portable document
format) files.
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◆ Types of Patch Code Patterns
There are two patch code patterns as shown below. The result varies depending
on the pattern.
● PATCH T (FILE A)
When this sheet is recognized, the document following the sheet is saved to a
separate file.
● PATCH II (FILE B)
When this sheet is recognized, the file is separated after this sheet and this
sheet is saved as an image, even if the patch code recognition setting is set not
to save this sheet as an image.
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◆ How to Use Patch Code Sheets
1 Print the patch code sheet on the printer. Print the patch code sheet
data on the following size paper:
● Print [PATCH II (A4)] and [PATCH T (A4)] on A4 size paper.
● Print [PATCH II (LTR)] and [PATCH T (LTR)] on letter size paper.
Note
● Patch code patterns are detected within the enabled range shown below. When
you make a copy of the patch code sheet, adjust the position of the image so that
it appears in the range in which detection is enabled.
0.2" (5 mm)
0.2" (5 mm)
Patch code
0.2"
(5 mm)
3.7" (94 mm)
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(Range in which patch code
detection is enabled.)
Units: inches (units in parenthesis are millimeters)
● When copying the patch code sheets, use the same size paper and the same
density as the original patch code sheet. If the copied sheet is not dense enough,
or if it is too dense, the scanner may not be able to recognize it correctly.
● Be careful not to let the patch code sheet get dirty, particularly for the range in
which patch code detection is enabled. Do not bend or wrinkle the patch code
sheet. This could prevent the scanner from recognizing the sheet.
● When the patch code sheet is being scanned, if it is not dense enough, or if it is
too dense, the scanner may not be able to recognize it correctly.
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2 Place the patch code sheet on top of the documents that are to be
saved to a separate file, and then scan the documents.
Place the patch code sheet
on top of the documents that
are to be saved to a separate
file.
3 Set the scanning conditions and then start scanning.
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Other Functions
This chapter describes the scanner’s other
functions.
5.1 Document Detection Function ..........58
Double Feed Detection Function ............. 58
Skew Detection Function ......................... 58
Staple Detection ...................................... 59
5.2 Setting in the User Mode ...................60
How to Set the User Mode ...................... 62
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Other Functions
Document Detection
Function
The scanner is equipped with a document detection function which stops a
document from feeding if it detects that the document is not being fed correctly.
Double Feed Detection Function
The scanner automatically detects two pages that have been fed at the same time
(double feed) and displays an error code that means “Double feed detection” when
scanning documents continuously.
The following shows the double feed detection methods. Select the detection
method on the ISIS/TWAIN driver’s settings screen.
● Detect by Length
The scanner uses the length of the first page of the document as the standard,
and any pages that exceed this length by 2" (50 mm) or more are considered to
be a double feed.
● Detect by Ultrasonic
The scanner detects the gap between the two pages that have been fed
together and considers it to be a double feed.
Note
● The ultrasonic double feed detection works when a document overlaps by more than
2" (50 mm).
● You can combine the detection methods noted above.
● The error code, which is displayed when a double feed is detected, varies depending
on the combination of detection methods. For more information, see “When an Error
Code Is Displayed,” on page 75.
● Double feed detection in the count only mode is set in user mode settings. For more
information, see “Setting in the User Mode,” on page 60.
Skew Detection Function
If a long document is skewed, it may rip when it rubs against the feeding path or
the sides of the feeding path. The scanner is equipped with a “skew detection
function” that can detect skewed documents when they touch the edges of the
feeding path. When a skewed document is detected, an error code is displayed
and the scanner stops scanning.
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Staple Detection
The scanner has sensors on both sides of the feeding slot to detect feed errors
when the documents with staple is lifted up.
You can enable or disable staple detection on the ISIS/TWAIN driver’s setting
screen.
Staple Detection Sensor
Note
● The staple detector detects documents stapled in one of their four corners because
the document is lifted up. It cannot accurately detect stapled documents in two
corners or A5 (148 x 210 mm) or smaller because the document does not lift up high
enough to be detected.
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● You can set the detection accuracy for staple detection in the user mode settings. For
information on the user mode, see “Setting in the User Mode,” on page 60.
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Setting in the User Mode
You can select the mode of operation (user mode) for the scanner from those
listed below.
● Operation panel buzzer setting
U01-0
Do not sound buzzer during key operation.
U01-1
Sound buzzer during key operation (default).
● Count Only mode setting
U02-0
Do not use the endorser in the Count Only mode (default).
U02-1
Use the endorser in the Count Only mode.
● Endorser Stamp mode setting
U03-0
Use the endorser in the check mode (default).
U03-1
Use the endorser in the A4 mode.
● Double feed detection control settings in the Count Only mode
U04-0
Do not detect double feed in the Count Only mode (default).
U04-1
Detect double feed in the Count Only mode.
● Staple detection settings in the Count Only mode
U05-0
Do not detect staples in the Count Only mode (default).
U05-1
Detect staples in the Count Only mode.
● Staple detection accuracy settings
U06-0
Low level accuracy staple detection.
U06-1
Medium level accuracy staple detection (default).
U06-2
High level accuracy staple detection.
● Imprinter control settings in the Count Only mode
U07-0
Do not use the imprinter in the Count Only mode (default).
U07-1
Use the imprinter in the Count Only mode.
● Skew detection control settings in the Count Only mode
U08-0
Do not use skew detection in the Count Only mode.
U08-1
Use skew detection in the Count Only mode (default).
● Energy-saving mode setting
U09-0
Do not go into energy-saving mode.
U09-1
Go into energy-saving mode after 10 minutes of no operation
(default).
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● Length of scanned document settings
U10-0
Normal mode
Length of document is 17" (432 mm) or
less (default).
U10-1
Long Document mode
Length of document is 39.4" (1,000 mm)
or less.
Important
Note the following points when using the Extra Long mode.
● Processing speed may slow down when scanning with automatic size detection while
Extra Long mode is set.
● When using the Extra Long mode, if you place a long document askew in the
document tray, it will rub against both sides of the feeding path and may damage the
document. Be sure to align the document straight when placing it in the document
tray.
● When using the Extra Long mode, documents may be damaged if the paper jam
detection us late. Be sure to watch out for paper jams.
● Be sure to use the Manual Feeding mode when scanning in Extra Long mode.
● Settings SCSI Transfer Speed
Set the maximum value for synchronous transfer speed for the SCSI interface.
U11-0:
5 Mbyte/sec
U11-1:
10 Mbyte/sec (First SCSI)
U11-2:
20 Mbyte/sec (Ultra SCSI) (default)
If the scanner does not operate correctly when the output speed is set to [20
Mbyte/sec], reduce the transfer speed to [10 Mbyte/sec] or [5 Mbyte/sec].
Important
5
If you change the setting for the SCSI transfer speed, turn OFF the scanner, and then
turn it ON.
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How to Set the User Mode
Use the following procedure to set user modes.
1 Press both the [New File] key and the [Count Only] key at the same
time.
The New File key and the Count Only key flash, and the counter display shows
the user mode.
2 Press the [New File] key, and then select a user mode (U01 to U11).
3 Press the [Count Only] key to select the mode (last digits only).
4 Press the [Stop] key when the settings are complete.
The mode you selected is set, and the counter returns to the page count display.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter describes the trouble that may
occur on the DR-7580/9080C and how to
correct it.
6.1 When the Scanner Is Not
Recognized .........................................64
SCSI Connections ................................... 64
USB Connections .................................... 66
6.2 Clearing Paper jams ...........................67
Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit .......... 67
Paper Jam in the Paper Exit Section ....... 70
6.3 Paper Feed Trouble ........................... 72
6.4 When the Scanned Image Is Not
Normal ................................................ 74
6.5 When an Error Code Is Displayed .....75
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Troubleshooting
When the Scanner Is Not
Recognized
The following describes possible causes of your computer not recognizing the
scanner. Remedy the problem by following the procedure for the respective cause.
SCSI Connections
Cause
Remedy
The scanner is not correctly connected.
Connect the SCSI cables to the scanner in the correct way.
Cause
Remedy
The SCSI card is not correctly recognized.
Correctly connect the SCSI card referring to the SCSI card manual.
Also, check the following according to the OS that your computer is
running on.
<Windows 98 and Windows Me>
Click [Start]-[Settings]-[Control Panel]-[System], and then open the
[Device Manager] and check if “SCSI Controller” has an “x” or “!” on it.
If you can see one of these, then refer to the SCSI card’s operator’s
manual to reset the SCSI card.
<Windows NT 4.0 Workstation>
Click [Start]-[Settings]-[Control Panel], and then open the [SCSI
adapter] and check if the “SCSI card” is being recognized correctly. If it
is not correctly recognized, then refer to the SCSI card’s operator’s
manual to reset the SCSI card.
<Windows 2000 Professional>
Click [Start]-[Settings]-[Control Panel]-[System]-[Hardware], and then
open the [Device Manager] and check if “SCSI controller” has an “x” or
“!” on it. If you can see one of these, then refer to the SCSI card’s
operator’s manual to reset the SCSI card.
<Windows XP>
Click [Start]-[Control Panel]-[Performance and Maintenance]-[System][Hardware], and then open the [Device Manager] and check if “SCSI
controller” has an “x” or “!” on it. If you can see one of these, then refer
to the SCSI card’s operator’s manual to reset the SCSI card.
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Cause
Remedy
Same SCSI ID is used for other SCSI devices.
Check the SCSI ID of all connected SCSI devices, and make sure that
the same SCSI ID is not set to two or more devices. Reset the SCSI
IDs if the same SCSI ID is set.
Cause
Remedy
The terminator is not correctly connected.
Connect the terminator to the last SCSI device on the end of the daisy
chain. Enable the terminator function if the SCSI device has a built-in
terminator function.
Cause
Remedy
The scanner was turned ON after the computer.
Turn OFF the computer and scanner. Then, turn ON the scanner and
turn ON the computer.
Cause
Remedy
The scanner is OFF.
Turn OFF the computer. Then, turn ON the scanner and turn ON the
computer.
Cause
The scanner’s power cord is disconnected from the scanner or
the AC power outlet.
Turn OFF the computer, and correctly connect the scanner’s power
cord. Then, turn ON the scanner and turn ON the computer.
Remedy
Cause
Remedy
The scanner does not support this SCSI card.
Replace with a SCSI card compatible with the driver application.
(See p.19.)
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USB Connections
Cause
Remedy
Scanner is not correctly connected.
Connect the scanner correctly with a cable that supports USB 2.0.
Cause
The USB 2.0 interface card is not correctly installed to the
computer.
Refer to the USB 2.0 interface card operation manual and install it
correctly. Also, check if the USB 2.0 interface card is being recognized
by Windows in the operating system you are using.
Remedy
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Cause
Remedy
The scanner is OFF.
Check the connections with the computer, and then turn ON the
scanner.
Cause
Remedy
The USB 2.0 interface card dose not support the scanner.
Use one of the recommended USB 2.0 interface cards. (See p.22.)
6.2 Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper may have jammed if scanning stops midway or “PXX” appears on the
counter display. Follow the procedure below to remove jammed paper from inside
the DR-7580/9080C.
CAUTION
■ Be careful when you clear a paper jam. You may be injured unexpectedly. For
example, the paper edges may cut your fingers, or the document may be damaged.
■ Remove all jammed sheets of paper. Paper scraps left inside the scanner may be
drawn into the scanner again, causing another paper jam or malfunction.
■ When opening or closing the upper scanner, take care not to get your fingers caught.
Paper Jam in the Paper Feed Unit
1 Remove the documents from the document tray and the eject tray.
2 Close the document eject tray extension if it is open.
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3 Open the upper scanner.
Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper scanner gently until it
stops and locks in the open position.
4 Remove the jammed paper from inside the scanner.
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5 Carefully close the upper scanner.
Do not force the upper scanner down. Doing so might damage the
scanner.
6 Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side
will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
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Paper Jam in the Paper Exit Section
1 Remove the jammed paper from the document tray or the
document eject tray.
2 Close the document eject tray extension if it is open.
3 Lift up the upper scanner slightly.
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4 Remove any jammed paper from the exit section.
5 Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side
will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
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Paper Feed Trouble
If the document is not fed properly or the detection functions do not work
smoothly, remedy the problem by following the procedures described below.
Condition
Cause and remedy
Paper jam has occurred.
• Check the document to see if the size and thickness of
the document are within the ranges supported by the
scanner, and to see if the quality of the document paper
is appropriate.
For cautions on handling documents, see “Documents,”
on p.42.
• Document slipping may be causing a paper feed error to
occur.
Scan paper one sheet at a time in the Bypass (manual)
mode. (See p.50.)
• Dirty or worn rollers inside the scanner cause paper
jams.
Clean rollers if dirty. (See p.81.) Worn rollers must be
replaced. Contact your service reprensentative.
Condition
Cause and remedy
Condition
Cause and remedy
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The document tray does not rise and makes a
“clacking” sound instead.
The weight of the placed document sometimes increases
due to the environment (e.g., very humid locations) in
which the document is stored. If this happens, the weight
of the paper will exceed the maximum allowed stacked
weight even if the number of stacked sheets is below the
maximum. This sometimes prevents the document tray
from rising. Reduce the number of document sheets
placed in the document tray, and scan the document again.
Double feed error occurs even though the documents
are not being double-fed (erroneous detection of
double feed).
If the size of the paper on which the patch code sheet is
copied differs from that of the document to be scanned
when the patch code sheet is used, the scanner
erroneously judges this to be a double feed, and this error
occurs. If this happens, turn OFF double feed detection,
and scan the document again. Or, copy the patch code
sheet on paper of same size as the document, and use
that copy.
6.3 Paper Feed Trouble
Condition
Cause and remedy
When the document becomes dirty (with the optional
imprinter installed).
This is because ink is sticking to the holes on the guide
plate inside of the imprinter. Clean these holes with a
cotton wool swab.
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When the Scanned Image
Is Not Normal
If there is a problem on the scanned image (image is not sharp or stripes appear
on the image), one of the following may be a probable cause. Check the following
and take the appropriate action.
● The scanning glasses or rollers in the scanner are dirty.
If the scanning glasses or rollers in the scanner are dirty, that dirt will appear
on the scanned image.
➝ Clean the scanning glasses and rollers. For details, see “Daily Cleaning,”
on p.80.
● The scan conditions are inappropriate.
When the scan condition setup is inappropriate, the scanned image will not be
sharp or will appear darkish.
➝ Check the brightness and other scanner settings.
If the scanned image is foggy or the document is not scanned at all, a
probable cause is that brightness is set too high.
If the scanned image appears darkish, a probable cause is that the
brightness is set too low.
Also, check the settings on the driver and the application.
● The driver or application does not run correctly.
If the document cannot be scanned correctly even if the scan conditions are
adjusted, a probable cause is that the driver or the application is not
functioning correctly.
➝ Reinstall the driver or application.
For details on how to install the driver, see Chapter 3, “Software.”
For details on how to install the application, see the instruction manual for
the application in use.
● Other Causes
Even if the computer is correctly recognizing the scanner and the driver and
the application is installed correctly, scanning may not be performed correctly.
A probable cause is that the interface card is not compatible. Use the
recommended interface card.
If the above remedies do not rectify the problem, contact your service
representative.
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When an Error Code Is
Displayed
When the scanner unit malfunctions or when trouble such as a paper feed or eject
error occurs, an error code appears on the counter display of the operation panel.
The following describes error codes that appear on the counter display and how
to remedy the error.
Error code
Cause
A01
The document does not feed correctly.
Remedy
Press the [Stop] key to reset the counter. Place the document back
on the document tray and scan the document again.
Error code
Cause
C01
The upper scanner is open.
Remedy
Close the upper scanner.
Error code
Cause
C02
The imprinter cover is open (with the optional imprinter
installed).
Remedy
Close the imprinter cover.
Error code
Cause
C03
The upper scanner and imprinter cover are open (with the
optional imprinter installed).
Remedy
Close the upper scanner and imprinter cover.
Error code
Cause
C04
The endorser ED600 cover is open (with the optional endorser
ED600 installed).
Remedy
Close the endorser ED600 cover.
Error code
Cause
C05
The upper scanner and endorser ED600 cover are open (with
the optional endorser ED600 installed).
Remedy
Close the upper scanner and endorser ED600 cover.
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Error code
Cause
C06
The imprinter cover and endorser ED600 cover are open (with
the optional imprinter and endorser ED600 installed).
Remedy
Close the imprinter cover and endorser ED600 cover.
Error code
Cause
C07
The upper scanner, imprinter cover, and endorser ED600 cover
are open (with the optional imprinter and endorser ED600
installed).
Remedy
Close all covers.
Error code
Cause
d02
Double feed detected by the document length.
Remedy
Check the document against the scanned image, and scan the
document again.
Error code
Cause
d04
Double feed detected by the ultrasonic.
Remedy
Check the document against the scanned image, and scan the
document again.
Error code
Cause
d06
Double feed detected by the document length and the
ultrasonic.
Remedy
Check the document against the scanned image, and scan the
document again.
Error codes
Exx (Service call error)
Cause
Scanner internal error
Remedy
The scanner must be repaired by a service engineer. Turn OFF the
power, contact your service representative, and notify them of the
error code.
Error code
Cause
H01
The optional imprinter’s ink cartridge is not correctly installed.
Remedy
Install the imprinter cartridge properly.
Error code
Cause
J01
Staple detected, document transfer stopped.
Remedy
Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if
the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document
again.
6.5 When an Error Code Is Displayed
Error code
Cause
J02
Staple detected, document feed stopped.
Remedy
Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if
the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document
again.
Error code
Cause
J18
Detected a skewed document, document feed stopped.
Remedy
Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if
the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document
again.
Error code
Cause
P00
Document detected in the scanner when the power was turned
ON or the upper scanner was open.
Remedy
Remove the document that was left in the scanner. (See p.67.)
Error code
Cause
P02
Detected a document that is longer than the document that is
set.
Remedy
Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if
the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document
again.
Error code
Cause
P03
Detected a document that is shorter than the document that is
set.
Remedy
Open the upper scanner and remove the document. Check to see if
the document was scanned correctly, and scan the document
again.
Error code
Cause
P30
Endorser ED600 paper jam
Remedy
Clear the paper jammed from inside the optical endorser ED600,
according to the instructions in the Endorser ED600 Instructions.
Error code
Cause
U01
Number of document sheets to be scanned exceeds set
number of sheets in the verify scan.
Remedy
Two or more sheets may have been fed when the number of sheets
is counted. Press the [Stop] key to reset the counter to “0.” Check
the number of sheets to see if all document sheets have been
counted, and scan the document again.
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Error code
Cause
U02
Number of scanned document sheets is less than the set
number of sheets in the verify scan.
Remedy
Two or more sheets may have been fed when the document is
scanned. Press the [Stop] key to reset the counter to “0.” Check the
number of scanned images with the number of document sheets to
see if all document sheets have been correctly scanned, and scan
the document again.
Chapter 7
Daily Cleaning
This chapter describes daily cleaning of the
scanner.
7.1 Daily Cleaning .................................... 80
Cleaning the Main Unit ............................
Cleaning the Document Detection
Sensor .....................................................
Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and
Rollers ......................................................
Cleaning the Shading Plates ...................
Cleaning the Guide Plate
(When Using the Imprinter) .....................
Cleaning the Ink Jet Nozzles
(When Using the Imprinter) .....................
Power Outlet ............................................
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7.2 Replacing the Rollers .........................88
When to Replace the Rollers ................... 88
Resetting the Counter .............................. 89
Installing and Removing the Rollers ........ 91
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Daily Cleaning
To ensure high-quality image scanning, regularly clean your DR-7580/9080C as
described below.
CAUTION
■ Before you clean the scanner, turn OFF the scanner and computer and disconnect
the power cord from the power outlet. Otherwise, it might cause an electrical shock.
■ Never clean the scanner with any kind of organic solvent, such as alcohol, benzene,
or paint thinner. It might cause a fire and electrical shock, or cause the exterior of the
scanner to disfigure of discolor.
■ Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The spray could
penetrate below the glass and contaminate the internal light source and lenses.
Cleaning the Main Unit
Wipe the scanner with a firmly wrung cloth moistened slightly with water or mild
detergent. Then wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
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Cleaning the Document Detection Sensor
Dust and debris that collects on the sensor will cause false recognition. Clean the
sensor periodically so that dust and debris do not collect on it.
Sensor
Cleaning the Scanning Glasses and Rollers
A probable cause of stripes appearing on scanned images or dirt appearing on
scanned documents is dirt on the scanning glasses or rollers. Clean the scanning
glasses and rollers regularly.
1 Press the power switch to turn OFF the scanner, and unplug the
power cord from the power outlet.
2 Close the document eject tray extension if it is open.
3 Open the upper scanner.
Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper scanner gently until it
stop and locks in the open position.
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4 Use a clean, soft cloth to wipe the scanning glasses.
Be sure to clean both scanning glasses, the one below and one above.
CAUTION
Never spray mild detergent or water directly on the scanning glasses. The spray
could penetrate below the glass and contaminate the internal light source and
lenses.
Scanning Glasses
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5 Wipe the rollers with a firmly wrung cloth moistened with water.
Rollers are located at the positions indicated in the figure below.
Pickup Rollers
Feed Rollers
Feeding Rollers
Platen Rollers
Retard Rollers
6 Remove the pickup roller, retard roller, and feed roller. (See
“Installing and Removing the Rollers,” on p.91.)
7 Use cloth from which all the water has been wrung out to wipe off
the rollers.
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8 Replace the rollers that you removed. (See “Installing and
Removing the Rollers,” on p.91.)
9 Carefully close the upper scanner.
10 Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side
will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
Important
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If paper jams or double-feed (feeding of two or more document pages) occurs
frequently in spite of your having cleaned the rollers, a probable cause is roller
friction. If this happens, replace the rollers. Contact your service representative.
7.1 Daily Cleaning
Cleaning the Shading Plates
If scanned images appear scratchy even after you have cleaned the rollers, the
shading plates inside the scanner may be dirty. If this happens, clean the shading
plates.
CAUTION
■ The power to the scanner is ON when you are cleaning the shading plates so be very
careful.
■ Be careful not to bend the shading plates while you clean them. If they are bent,
scanning cannot be done properly.
■ Do not clean the back side of the shading plates. Doing so may cause the shading
plates to bend.
1 Open the upper scanner.
Press the open/close button, and lift up the upper scanner gently until it
stops and locks in the open position.
2 Press the [Start] key.
The shading plates come out from above the platen rollers.
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Shading Plates
3 Wipe the suface of the shading plate with a firmly wrung cloth
moistened with water.
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4 Press the [Stop] key.
The shading plates retract.
5 Carefully close the upper scanner.
6 Press the upper scanner down firmly on both sides to close it.
If you press the upper scanner down only on one side, the opposite side
will not be fully closed. Make sure that you hear it click into place.
If there is no change in the appearance of the image after you have cleaned the
Important shading plates, contact your service representative.
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Cleaning the Guide Plate (When Using the Imprinter)
Ink that collects on the guide plate inside the optional imprinter may stain the
documents when they are scanned. Clean off the ink with water and a mild
detergent on a soft cloth that has been firmly wrung, and then thoroughly dry it
with a dry cloth.
Ink Absorber
Guide Plate
Cleaning the Ink Jet Nozzles (When Using the Imprinter)
Ink that collects around the ink jet nozzle may stain your documents or cause the
text to appear scratchy. Remove the ink jets and clean them periodically with
cotton swabs.
Contact
Important
Do not touch the contact while you are cleaning the ink jet nozzles. Doing so may
cause incorrect printing.
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Power Outlet
If you leave the power plug connected to the power outlet for a long period of time,
dust may accumulate at the power outlet, and cause a fire or electrical shock.
Clean it periodically.
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Replacing the Rollers
The feed rollers (pickup rollers, feed rollers, and retard rollers) are consumables.
The feed rollers need to be changed periodically to maintain scanning quality.
When to Replace the Rollers
If the total number of scanned documents exceeds 250,000, a message for roller
replacement appears when you restart the computer. In this case, buy the
exchange roller kit and replace the feed rollers (pickup rollers, feed rollers, and
retard rollers).
Be sure to reset the counter after changing the counter.
Important
● Windows NT do not support a function to display a message for roller replacement.
To confirm the total scan, check “Total Scanning Count” in the “About” dialog box of
the ISIS/TWAIN driver and replace the feed rollers if the count shows around 250,000
scans.
● Contact your sales representative for information about exchange roller kit (pickup
rollers, feed rollers, and retard rollers).
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Resetting the Counter
Do the following procedure to reset the counter after replacing the feed rollers.
1 Click the [Start] button, and then click [Settings]-[Control Panel].
2 Double click on the [Scanners and Cameras] icon
Note
● Windows NT do not display the “Scanners and Cameras” icon.
● The displayed dialog box differs depending on which Windows operating system
you are using.
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3 Select the scanner that you are using, and click on the [Properties]
button.
4 Click the [Counter] tab.
5 Click the [Reset] button and confirm whether the counter is reset to 0.
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7.2 Replacing the Rollers
Installing and Removing the Rollers
Follow the procedure shown below to remove and install the rollers when you
need to clean or replace the pickup, feed, or retard rollers.
CAUTION
■ Turn OFF the power to the scanner and unplug the power cord from the power outlet
when you remove or install the rollers. Leaving the power turned ON may result in an
electrical shock.
■ When removing or replacing the rollers be careful to not use too much force. Forcing
the rollers into position may damage them.
Pickup Rollers
Feed Rollers
Retard Rollers
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◆ Installing and Removing Pickup Rollers
1 Open the upper scanner.
2 Open the roller cover.
3 Open the roller holder and remove the pickup rollers.
4 Position the square axle of the pickup roller on the left and insert
the new pickup rollers.
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5 Firmly close the roller holder until you hear it click.
6 Firmly close the roller cover until you hear it click.
7 Carefully close the upper scanner.
If the roller holder and roller cover are not firmly closed it will cause a feed error.
Important Always be sure to check that the roller holder and roller cover are closed.
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◆ Installing and Removing Feed Rollers
1 Open the upper scanner.
2 Open the roller cover.
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Pull the lever that locks the feed rollers in place towards you.
4
Slide the feed rollers to the right, and then pull them towards you.
7.2 Replacing the Rollers
5 Remove the feed rollers.
6 Place the new feed rollers on the pin.
7 Set the feed rollers in place (q), and align the notch in the roller’s
axle with the shaft on the scanner (w).
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8 Lock the lever.
9 Firmly close the roller cover until you hear it click.
10 Carefully close the upper scanner.
If the roller cover is not firmly closed it will cause a feed error. Always be sure to
Important check that the roller cover is closed.
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◆ Installing and Removing Retard Rollers
1 Open the upper scanner.
2 Remove the roller cover.
3 Lift the roller clamp lever (q) and slide it to the left (w).
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4 Move the retard rollers to the left and remove them.
5 Set the new retard rollers in place, and align the notch in the roller’s
axle with the shaft on the scanner.
6 Slide the roller clamp lever to the right, and push it into the hole in
the retard rollers.
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7 Pull the lever towards you to clamp the retard rollers in place.
8 Put back the roller cover.
9 Carefully close the upper scanner.
CAUTION
■ Be sure that the hook is completely latched and the roller cover is not loose. If
the roller cover is loose, the document tray will catch on it causing the scanner to
not operate correctly.
■ Never clean the scanner with any kind of organic solvent, such as alcohol,
benzene, or paint thinner. Doing so might cause a fire and electrical shock, or
cause the exterior of the scanner to disfigure or discolor.
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Specifications
Specifications for the Scanner
Type
Document size
Desktop sheet fed type
Width:
2.2" to 12"/55 to 305 mm
Length:
2.8" to 17.0"/70 to 432 mm
2.8" to 39.4" /70 to 1,000 mm (Long Document mode)
Thickness: 0.002" to 0.006"/0.06 to 0.15 mm (Auto feeding)
0.002" to 0.01"/0.05 to 0.3 mm (Manual feeding)
Weight:
13 to 32 lb bond (52 to 128 g/m2)(Auto feeding)
11 to 64 lb bond (42 to 255 g/m2)(Manual feeding)
Document feeding
Scanning method
Semiautomatic/automatic/manual (Bypass mode)
Contact image sensor (CMOS)
Light source
Three color (RGB) single-line LED
Scanning side
Simplex/duplex
Scanning mode
DR-7580 Black and white, advanced text enhanced, error diffusion,
256-level grayscale
DR-9080C Black and white, advanced text enhanced, error diffusion,
256-level grayscale, 24-bit color, 24 bit smoothing color
Scanning resolution
(primary scan lines x
secondary scan lines)
600 x 600dpi/400 x 400dpi/300 x 300dpi/
240 x 240dpi/200 x 200dpi/150 x 150dpi/
100 x 100dpi
Scanning speed (max.)
DR-9080C DR-7580
Black and White
Simplex
200 x 200 dpi
90 ppm
75 ppm
300 x 300 dpi
90 ppm
75 ppm
Duplex
200 x 200 dpi
180 ipm
150 ipm
300 x 300 dpi
180 ipm
150 ipm
256-level grayscale Simplex
200 x 200 dpi
90 ppm
75 ppm
300 x 300 dpi
90 ppm
75 ppm
Duplex
200 x 200 dpi
180 ipm
150 ipm
300 x 300 dpi
180 ipm
150 ipm
24-bit color
Simplex
200 x 200 dpi
54 ppm
300 x 300 dpi
38 ppm
Duplex
200 x 200 dpi
92 ipm
300 x 300 dpi
64 ipm
Automatic feed
LTR (A4) or smaller: Max. 500 sheets (80g/m2 or 20 lb bond)
capacity
Larger than LTR (A4): Max. 200 sheets (80g/m2 or 20 lb bond)
Interface
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Specifications
Other functions
Dimensions
Weight
Power requirement
Automatic paper size detection, Paper thickness and double
feed detection, Staple detection, Skew detection, Dropout color,
Count only mode
12.2" (H) x 18.1" (W) x 20.7" (D)/
312 mm (H) x 460 mm (W) x 525 mm (D)
Approximately 55.1 lb (25 kg)
AC 220-240V (50/60 Hz), 0.6A (max)
AC 120V (60 Hz), 1A (max)
Power consumption
220-240 V model
120 V model
Operating:
Standby:
Operating:
Standby:
0.5 A maximum
Under 0.23 A
1 A maximum
Under 0.23 A
Noise
Less than 70 dB
Operating environment Temperature: 50°F to 90.5°F (10°C to 32.5°C)
Humidity:
20% to 80% RH
● You can use the functions noted above if the software supports them.
● They may not work depending on your computer’s capabilities and the
software you are using.
● If the scanning conditions are set to duplex scanning, color scanning, or high
density (600 dpi) scanning, then large documents such as 11" x 17" size paper
and A3 size paper cannot be scanned. Change the scan conditions to scan
these sizes.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Options
Imprinter
Prints a variety of text messages on the front of the scanned
document.
Endorser
Endorses a variety of text messages and a six digit number on
the back of the scanned document.
Hard Counter
Counts the number of pages fed through the scanner.
Bar Code Module
Add on software that allows bar codes to be recognized by the
ISIS/TWAIN driver.
● When using the endorser, the scanning speed lowers to match the printing
speed of the endorser.
● Ink cartridge for the imprinter is not included. Please purchase the HewlettPackard ink cartridge.
● Contact your sales representative for information about optional products.
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Consumables
Exchange Roller Kit
This kit is for replacing the feed rollers. If a roller replacement
message appears, contact your service representative to buy an
Exchange Roller Kit. (See “Replacing the Rollers,” on p.88.)
Exterior Dimensions
Units: inches (units in parenthesis are millimeters)
18.1" (460 mm)
6.2" (158 mm)
9.9" (252 mm)
9.4" (239 mm)
◆ Top view
◆ Side view
23.7" (603 mm)
12.3" (312 mm)
6.3" (161 mm)
12.5" (317 mm)
15.1" (385 mm)
16.4" (417 mm)
20.7" (525 mm)
25.2" (640 mm)
27.8" (705 mm)
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Index
Index
-AAbout documents ............................ 42
- How to place documents ............ 43
- Type of documents ..................... 42
About the power supply .................... 8
Air vent ............................................ 14
Automatic feeding ........................... 48
-BBypass mode ............................ 15, 50
-CCapturePerfect ................................ 32
- How to use CapturePerfect ........ 37
- Install .......................................... 34
Carrying ............................................ 8
Cleaning
- Document detection sensor ........ 81
- Main unit ..................................... 80
- Power outlet ................................ 87
- Rollers ......................................... 81
- Scanning glasses ........................ 81
Connecting to a computer ............... 19
Connectors ...................................... 14
Consumables ................................ 102
Count only key .......................... 15, 52
Count only mode ............................. 52
Counter ........................................... 89
Counter display ............................... 15
Document tray extension .......... 13, 24
Double feed detection function ....... 58
-EError code ....................................... 75
Extension wire ........................... 13, 24
Exterior dimensions ...................... 102
-FFeatures of DR-7580/9080C ...........
Feed rollers .....................................
- Installing and removing the
rollers ..........................................
- Replacing the feed rollers ...........
File separation ................................
10
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-GGuide plate ...................................... 87
-IImprinter cover ................................ 13
Ink absorber .................................... 87
Installation location ........................... 7
ISIS/TWAIN driver ........................... 32
- How to use the ISIS/TWAIN
driver ........................................... 36
- Install .......................................... 33
-MManual feeding ............................... 50
-DDaily cleaning .................................. 80
Daily maintenance ............................ 5
DIP switch ....................................... 14
Document detection function .......... 58
Document detection sensor ............ 49
Document eject tray extension . 13, 25
Document eject tray guide .............. 13
Document guide .............................. 13
Document tray ................................. 13
-NNew file key ..................................... 15
-OOperating environment ................... 18
Operation panel ........................ 13, 15
Options ...................................... 16, 99
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-PPanel- feeding ................................. 46
Paper feed methods ........................ 44
- Automatic feeding ....................... 44
- Manual feeding ........................... 44
- Panel- feeding ............................. 44
- Standard feeding ........................ 44
Paper feed trouble .......................... 72
Paper jams ...................................... 67
Part names ...................................... 13
Patch code patterns ........................ 54
Patch code sheets .......................... 53
- How to use patch code sheets ... 53
PATCH II ......................................... 54
PATCH T ......................................... 54
Power cord ...................................... 23
Power cord connector ..................... 14
Power switch ............................. 13, 27
-RRecognizing the scanner ................ 28
Retard roller .................................... 97
-SSCSI connections
- Connecting to a computer .......... 19
- Operating environment ............... 18
SCSI connector ............................... 14
Setup disc ....................................... 12
Skew detection function .................. 58
Software .......................................... 32
- How to use the software ............. 36
- Install .......................................... 33
- Uninstall ...................................... 39
Specifications ................................ 100
Standard feeding ............................. 45
Staple detection .............................. 59
Start key .......................................... 15
Stop key .......................................... 15
Stopper...................................... 13, 25
-TTroubleshooting .............................. 63
Turning OFF the power ................... 30
Turning ON the power ..................... 27
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-UUnpacking the scanner ...................
Upper scanner ................................
USB connections
- Connecting to a computer ..........
- Operating environment ...............
USB connector ................................
User mode ......................................
- How to set the user mode ...........
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22
18
14
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As an ENERGY STAR partner, Canon Electronics Inc. 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 use of 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, fax machines, copiers and
scanners. Their standards and logos are uniform among the participating nations.
FCC REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or
modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the
Interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Industry Canada.
RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOÉLECTRIQUE (For 120V models)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe A
prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils Numériques”, NMB-003 édictée par l’Industrie Canada.
Für EMVG
Dieses Produkt ist zum Gebrauch im Wohnbereich, Geschäfts-und Gewerbebereich sowie in Kleinbetrieben vorgesehen.
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● ISIS is a trademark of Pixel Translation A Division of Captiva Software Corporation in the United States.
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