EasyFeed 120

EasyFeed 120
EASYFEED 120
OPERATIONS MANUAL
Rev 4-25-14
Rena Systems Inc.
910 East Main Street, Suite 200
Norristown, PA 19401-4110
Telephone: 610/650-9170
Fax: 610/270-3947
Web Site: http://www.renausa.com
This manual is intended solely for the use and information of Neopost USA, its designated
agents, customers, and their employees. The information in this guide was obtained from several
different sources that are deemed reliable by all industry standards. To the best of our
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any of its agents or employees shall be responsible for any inaccuracies contained herein.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page #
TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................................................ 3
SAFETY ......................................................................................................................................... 4
Hazards Associated with the Feeder........................................................................................... 4
General Notes on Safety ............................................................................................................. 4
Location of the Feeder ................................................................................................................ 5
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 6
FEEDER CONTROL FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................. 7
INTERLOCK CONTROL (Feeder Interface) ............................................................................ 7
FEEDER INTERFACE CABLES ............................................................................................ 8
INNOVATIVE FEATURES .......................................................................................................... 9
SETTING UP THE FEEDER....................................................................................................... 10
SETTING THE PAPER GUIDES ............................................................................................ 11
SETTING THE BELT POSITIONS......................................................................................... 14
SETTING THE SEPARATORS............................................................................................... 15
TIPS AND TRICKS FOR USING THE SEPARATORS ........................................................ 15
RAISING THE BRIDGE TO ACCOMMODATE THICKER MATERIAL............................. 15
THE BACK WEDGE AND WEDGE RAMP .............................................................................. 15
SETTING UP THE BACK WEDGE AND RAMP ................................................................. 15
TIPS FOR RUNNING LONG or THIN DOCUMENTS ........................................................ 15
LATERAL BACK WEDGE ADJUSTMENT PLATE ................................................................ 23
SETTING THE EJECT ROLLERS.............................................................................................. 15
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................... 15
CLEANING THE BELTS ........................................................................................................ 15
CLEANING THE FEEDER BODY ......................................................................................... 15
OBTAINING SUPPLIES, SERVICE, and SUPPORT ............................................................ 15
CHANGING FUSES ................................................................................................................ 15
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................... 15
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SAFETY
Before operating your feeder, read the following safety hints carefully both for your own
safety as well as to ensure the reliable operation of the feeder. Be sure to heed all cautions
and warnings in this manual, as well as other information marked or labeled on the feeder.
Keep this manual in a safe place so that the information it contains is available to you at all
times.
Hazards Associated with the Feeder
The feeder has been constructed in line with state-of-the-art technology and is safe to operate.
However, hazards cannot be excluded if it is operated by persons unfamiliar with its use. The same
applies if it is used in an inappropriate way or in a manner not in accordance with its intended
purpose.
Ignoring the information in this manual exposes the user to the following hazards:
- Electric shock
- Injury by rotating rollers and belts
- Damage to the feeder
General Notes on Safety
•
The feeder can be ordered as a 110-120 VAC model or a 220-240 VAC model. It is not field
selectable. It is therefore vital to check the serial tag (type plate) to be sure you received the
correct model for your supply voltage and it is also vital to check the supply voltage before
connecting the feeder to the outlet.
•
The power plug may only be connected to a grounded socket! Make sure that the grounding
has not been rendered ineffective by the use of an extension cable without a ground conductor.
Any break in the ground conductor inside or outside the feeder is dangerous and is not
permissible.
•
The feeder is fused via only one electrical terminal! Even if a fuse blows, electrical parts in the
feeder may continue to be live.
•
Run the power lines so that no-one can trip over them. Make sure that no objects are placed
onto the power cables.
•
Unplug the feeder from the power supply if it is not being used for a longer period of time. This
avoids any damage in the event of voltage surges. The use of a surge protector is advised.
•
Never touch any moving parts of the feeder! Such action can lead to injury from being caught
up in the rotating rollers or belts. Also be sure to keep long hair and clothing away from the
feeder while it is running.
•
Protect the feeder from moisture. If moisture does penetrate it, this may lead to the danger of
electric shock and damage to the feeder.
•
Always unplug the feeder before cleaning it.
•
Do not use any cleaning agents other than what is outlined in this manual.
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•
You must unplug the feeder and have it checked by an authorized service technician in the
following circumstances:
- If the power cable or power plug has worn or been damaged.
- If water or other liquid has penetrated the feeder.
- If the feeder does not operate properly even after the operating instructions have been
followed.
- If the feeder has been dropped or its housing is damaged.
- If the feeder shows marked discrepancies from normal operation.
•
Do not dismantle the feeder beyond the level described in this manual. The housing must not
be opened by unauthorized persons. Repairs may be carried out only by authorized service
personnel.
•
Prohibition of conversions: any conversions or modifications carried out by unauthorized
persons are prohibited for reasons of safety.
•
This is a class-A instrument. It may disturb radio equipment in the home or office. If this
happens, the operator may be required to take appropriate action.
Location of the Feeder
•
When setting up the feeder, ensure that it is placed on a smooth and level surface which is
wider than the feeder.
•
The surface on which the feeder stands must be sufficiently stable. If the feeder tips or is
dropped, this may lead to personal injury or damage to the feeder.
•
Select an installation or storage location which protects all parts of the feeder from direct
sunlight, excessive heat and extreme temperature/humidity fluctuations.
•
The feeder must not be exposed to vibrations or shocks.
•
Position the feeder so that you can pull the power plug from its socket easily, at any time.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchase of the RENA EasyFeed 120 high speed friction feeder. Our
feeders are designed to offer you years of reliable use with minimal maintenance. Your new
feeder offers the ability to feed a wide variety of media types and sizes with ease, along with
exclusive features designed to reduce paper jams and paper skew.
Please use the following “Warranty Registration“ link, to register your product with Rena
Systems. http://www.renausa.com/support_warranty.htm
The purpose of this manual is to familiarize you with standard set up procedures for the
EasyFeed 120, along with suggestions for setting up the feeder for various paper types, sizes
and thicknesses.
The picture below illustrates the main components of the EasyFeed 120:
Front Paper Guide
Back Wedge Ramp
Locking
lever
Rear Paper Guide
Separator
Bridge
Eject Roller
Feed Belts
Exit Shaft
After unpacking your feeder, install the front and back paper guides onto the bridge using the
flat head screws provided. Make sure that the paper guides are not pressing against the feed
belts. Supply power to the feeder and test operation by turning the power on and adjusting the
speed control knob.
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FEEDER CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Stand Alone Switch
Allows machine to run
when not signaled by
host
machine
Interlock Connector
(Feeder Interface)
Speed Control Knob
Power Switch
Jog Button.
Runs feeder at preset
speed for setup
(independent of host
machine signal)
AC Power Receptacle
Please verify voltage
before connecting.
Note: The green JOG button will run the feeder at a preset jogging speed regardless of the position of
the red rocker switch (Stand Alone Switch).
INTERLOCK CONTROL (Feeder Interface)
This EasyFeed unit is equipped with a dry contact Interlock connection; allowing for
connectivity with other equipment (inkjets, tabbers etc.), so that the feeder can run when the
host machine signals it to do so. The connector is an AMP 4 pin connector, using pins 1 and 4.
This machine is also equipped with a two position slide switch, located on the bottom of
the unit.* *Applicable only for machines with serial numbers lower than 2275
When this switch is in the N.O. (normally open) position, the feeder will run only when the host
machine closes the leads attached to the AMP connector (jumps pins 1 & 4). When the slide
switch is in the N.O. position, the red rocker switch (Stand Alone Switch) on the back plate can
be turned on to “override” the interlock signal so the feeder can run when not interfaced with
the host machine, or when the host machine is not signaling the feeder to run. ***TURN OFF
FEEDER BEFORE MOVING THE SLIDE SWITCH***
When the slide switch is in the N.C. position, the feeder will run when the host machine is NOT closing
the leads attached to the AMP connector, OR when the interlock cable is removed from the feeder.
With the switch in this (N.C.) position, the feeder will stop running when the host machine closes the
leads attached to pins 1 & 4 on the AMP connector.
NOTE: The red rocker switch (Stand Alone Switch) should be in the OFF position only when the slide
switch is on N.C.!
NOTE: Machines with serial numbers 2275 and higher come standard with a normally
open interlock. The feeder will run when the host machine closes the two interlock
leads. Switching this feature to a normally closed circuit is possible but must be
performed by a qualified technician.
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FEEDER INTERFACE CABLES
Standard Interface Cables
Application
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
T-750 Tabber
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
T-950 Tabber
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
XPS-ProTab 4.0
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
Envelope Imager XT3.0/XT4.0
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
AS/HJ-3630
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
AS/HJ-3640
Feeder Interface Cable
35E-500-191, Cable A
(Included with Tabber)
33E-500-192, Cable B
(Included with Tabber)
33E-500-192, Cable B
(Included with Tabber)
97E-500-193, Cable C
(Included with Printer)
Riser Stand
RS-400
RS-400
XPS-ProStand
RS-100
620.1.740
?
620.1.740
XPS-ProStand
Feeder Interface Cable
Riser Stand
35E-500-196, Cable D
RS-400
33E-500-194, Cable E
RS-400
Custom
?
Custom
XPS-ProStand
or Tabber Shelf
System Configurations
System
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
T-750 Tabber
Envelope Imager XT3.0/XT4.0
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
T-950 Tabber
Envelope Imager XT3.0/XT4.0
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
T-950 Tabber
AS/HJ-3630
EasyFeed 120 Feeder
XPS-ProTab 4.0
AS/HJ-3640
1
Cables are available through your local Rena Dealer
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Cable connects Tabber and Printer to Feeder, so each can control the Start/Stop function of the feeder.
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INNOVATIVE FEATURES
EasyFeed Feeders offer many unique features. These features and their benefits are described
below.
Independently repositionable feed belts.
∗ Each feed belt can be moved laterally, allowing you to put the friction where it is needed the
most.
Multiple, independently adjustable sheet separators.
∗ Each separator can be positioned where you want. This feature allows you to work around
problem areas, such as staples, or pieces with varying thicknesses. This also allows you to
offset the separators to one side of the piece in the case of folded or bound media.
∗
∗
Since each separator's height can be adjusted independently, you can easily handle
documents that vary in thickness from side to side.
Separators can be easily removed and added to the feeder so you can use as many or as
few as the job requires.
Bow Separation.
∗ Separators are positioned between feed belts rather than over them, to create separation
with less friction than other feeders.
∗ Reduces damage to difficult media
∗ Reduces wear and tear on belts and separator tips
∗ Allows feeding of media with varying thicknesses (such as stuffed envelopes or media with
attachments)
∗ Reduces drag on media, helping to eliminate skew
Heavy duty paper guides that guide paper all the way.
∗ Keeps media straight, enhancing production and reducing waste
∗ Guides descend below the surface of the feed belts so pieces cannot slip out underneath
them.
Ten Minute Belt Replacement
∗ Reduces downtime and maintenance costs
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SETTING UP THE FEEDER
Setting up the feeder entails five different steps:
1. Setting the PAPER GUIDES
2. Setting the BELT POSITIONS
3. Setting the SEPARATORS
4. Setting the BACK WEDGE
5. Setting the EJECT ROLLERS
NOTE: Although it not required, it is normally best to set up the media in the center of the
feeder. This will allow you to use the BACK WEDGE properly.
NOTE: To get the best results, you should always use as many feed belts and separators as
possible based on the width of your media. Determine how many belts and separators your
media width will allow, keeping in mind that the separators should be positioned between feed
belts.
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SETTING THE PAPER GUIDES
The paper guides can be adjusted laterally by loosening the locking lever on the paper guide
block and sliding the guide into position.*
When running narrow stock, when all feed belts are not required, the paper guides can
be raised to slide over the belts, and repositioned between feed belts.
Locking
lever
Guides can be raised to
slide over belts
STEP 1. Loosen each paper guide locking lever and slide the paper guides outward
toward the edges of the feeder.
The width of your document should dictate how many of the feed belts you use. You will
position the appropriate amount of belts between the paper guides. Here are a few common
document sizes, along with the appropriate number of belts to use:
• Trifold pieces and #10 envelopes -- 2 belts and 1 separator
• 5 ½” wide self mailers or postcards -- 3 belts and 2 separators
• 8 ½” wide documents -- 4 belts and 2 separators
Examples of setup for different size documents are shown later in this manual.
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STEP 2. Start the feeder and set speed control to a moderate speed.
Caution! When performing these procedures please be sure to keep all body parts and loose
items (clothing, hair, necklaces, etc..) away from the moving parts of the feeder.
NOTE: If the feeder interlock won’t allow you to run the feeder to perform this task, flip the
“Stand Alone” switch to the opposite position so that the feeder will run without the interlock.
Please be sure to return this switch to the correct position after performing this task.
Speed control
Power
STEP 3. Raise each separator a bit so that the belts do not rub on them as you
reposition each belt.
Turn knob clockwise
to raise separator
Raise separator high
enough so it doesn’t
rub belts.
STEP 4. Loosen the locking levers on the belt guides and SLOWLY slide the belts you
intend to use toward the middle of the feeder.
With feeder running, loosen knob
and move belt guide block by
pressing against the block.
DO NOT TOUCH MOVING BELTS!
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STEP 5. If not using all the feed belts, slide one or more of the belts outward toward the
edge of the feeder.
With feeder running, loosen knob
and move belt guide block by
pressing against the block.
DO NOT TOUCH MOVING BELTS!
If you are not using ALL the feed belts, you will need to position one or more of the belts
outboard of one or both of the paper guides. To do this, loosen the paper guide locking lever,
raise the paper guide up approximately ½” and slide OVER the belts.
Raise guide to slide
over the belt
STEP 6. Turn feeder off, and place a single document on the belts in the center of the
feeder. Then slide the paper guides into position adjacent the document and lock them
into place with the locking levers.
Locking lever
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SETTING THE BELT POSITIONS
STEP 1. With the motor running, position the remaining belts generally evenly, with
approximately a 1¼” gap between the larger belts. The separators will be positioned
between feed belts.
With feeder running, loosen knob
and move belt guide block by
pressing against the block.
DO NOT TOUCH MOVING BELTS!
Normally the belts will give the best performance when evenly spaced across the
document, with just enough room between them for the separators.
The following pictures show the proper belt and separator positions
for many common size documents:
Tri-fold mailers, #10 envelopes
or other narrow documents.
Two belts and one separator
5 ½” wide mailers, 5 or 6”
postcards or booklets
Three belts and two separators
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8 ½” wide documents,
calendars, catalogs, etc.
Four belts and two separators
Catalogs booklets bound on
one edge
3 or 4 belts and one separator
positioned near the bound edge
These are just examples. EasyFeed feeders offer many different setup options with
many different belt and separator configurations available. A bit of experimentation can
be helpful.
REMEMBER, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU POSITION THE BELTS SO THE SEPARATOR
TIP CAN FIT IN BETWEEN THEM TO ENABLE BOW SEPARATION™
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SETTING THE SEPARATORS
Your new feeder uses a unique technique for separating the bottom piece from your stack of
media called Bow Separation™. This technique eliminates the high friction "nip" point common
on other feeders. With Bow Separation™ EasyFeed separates with very little friction meaning
you can successfully feed many hard to feed products with minimal jamming or tearing of your
media. Even stuffed envelopes with varied thicknesses can be fed from a single stack!
It is important to understand the proper method for setting the Bow Separators™ to take
advantage of this unique feature. There is no exact position to set the separators, and
EasyFeed gives you the ability to move each separator independently both laterally and
vertically. A little experimentation is necessary and helpful to achieve the best results for
different media types and sizes
IMPORTANT: The separators are designed to be positioned BETWEEN feed belts. On
thin stock, try to position the feed belts within ¼" of each side of a separator. This will
give a pronounced "bow" to reduce doubles.
STEP 1. On the bridge, loosen the locking knob on the front of the separator(s) and slide
each separator into position between two feed belts. Lock in place securely.
NOTE: When running wide stock (over 5" wide) you will likely be using two separators and at
least three wide feed belts. When running narrow stock, you will be using only two wide belts
and a single separator, positioned between them.
STEP 2. Raise each separator tip a few turns by turning the top knob clockwise.
Turn knob clockwise
to raise separator
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STEP 3. Place a single piece of your media under the separator and slowly lower each
separator by turning the top knob counter clockwise until the separator tip forces the
stock to "bow" downward slightly between feed belts.
Bow stock
downward between belts.
(More bow for thinner
documents.)
TIPS AND TRICKS FOR USING THE SEPARATORS
The Bow Separators™ on the EasyFeed 120 offer tremendous versatility. Each separator can
be adjusted independently for thickness and lateral position. In addition, since the separators
can be easily removed and replaced, you can utilize as many of them as you need.
1. THIN MEDIA: When running thin stock, try to position the belts within ¼" of each side
of the separators.
THIN STOCK
Try to position belts close to
the separators so that the
stock bends down sharply
2. THICK MEDIA: If your media is thick, like catalogs, a very slight bow under the
separators is all that is necessary for good separation
THICK STOCK
You can position the belts a
bit further away from the
separators and buckle the
stock only slightly.
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3. OPEN ENDED PIECES
SELF-MAILERS
MAGAZINES
NEWSPRINT
Pieces that have an open end toward the back or the front of the feeder are the most
difficult for friction feeders.
Due to the friction of the stack resting on the bottom piece along with the separator tip
on the top layer of the piece, the top layer(s) tend to want to "peel back" as the pieces are
fed.
EasyFeed’s separators are easily removed so that you can try one of the techniques
below to help with high friction pieces.
Picture 1 below shows the separator flag, the small piece of aluminum bolted to the side
of the separator tip. The purpose of this flag is to keep the paper from contacting the
urethane separator too much which would create a lot of friction on the paper. By
loosening the button head screw holding the flag in place, you can rotate the flag
downward, keeping the document away from the separator tip longer.
Loosen the screw and rotate
the flag to adjust friction
Pic 1
You can also try applying a piece of tape to the separator tip to lessen the friction
against your pieces as shown below.
Place tape on this portion of
the separator
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RAISING THE BRIDGE TO ACCOMMODATE THICKER MATERIAL
This is only necessary when trying to use material that is thicker than ½ inch.
Raising the bridge increases the maximum thickness capability to 1 inch.
1. With a 5/32” allen wrench, remove the four button head bolts holding the bridge onto the
side-frames of the machine.
Lower set of
Bridge Mounting
Holes.
Upper set of
Bridge Mounting
Holes. For very
thick material
Standard position.
2. Align the bridge attachment holes with the upper set of holes in the side-frame, as indicated
above, then insert and secure all bolts. This will increase the maximum thickness capability
to 1 inch.
Note: If material thinner than ½ inch is used, then it will be necessary to lower the bridge again.
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THE BACK WEDGE AND WEDGE RAMP
The back wedge and ramp are very important components of the feeder and
must be used properly to reduce double feeding and improve production.
Often
overlooked, the back wedge performs several important functions:
1. The back wedge tilts up the back end of the media stack to "bias" the lead edge
toward the feed belts and separators
2. The back wedge supports the majority of the weight of the stack so the bottom piece can be
pulled out by the feed belts.
3. MOST IMPORTANT! As the bottom piece is pulled away by the feed belts, the back wedge
holds the second piece up off the feed belts so it doesn't start feeding until the first piece is
mostly out of the hopper area.
SETTING UP THE BACK WEDGE AND RAMP
STEP 1. After setting your belts and separators, shingle a small stack of your media so
the bottom-most sheet slides under the bridge.
STEP 2. Slide this stack under the bridge, helping the stack to conform to the curvature
of the paper guides and separators. Hold the rear end of the stack up off the belts in the
hopper.
STEP 3. Loosen the black locking knob on the back wedge plate so you can slide the
back wedge assembly.
STEP 4. While holding the paper up, slide the back wedge assembly forward so the media will
rest on the wedge ramp rather than the belts.
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STEP 5. Tighten the locking knob to secure the back wedge in place.
Locking knob
STEP 6. You can raise and lower the back wedge ramp to find the optimum height for
your stack. To adjust the ramp height, loosen the locking knob on the back of the wedge
upright and slide the ramp up or down to adjust. Then lock.
Locking knob
Step 7. You can adjust the angle of the back wedge upright for optimum results by loosening
the locking lever on the side of the wedge upright, and pivoting the back wedge ramp to the
desired angle.
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TIPS FOR RUNNING LONG or THIN DOCUMENTS
When running long or thin documents, the stack tends to “sag” in front of the back
wedge, putting too much weight on the belts in the middle of the document. (Pic 1
below). Try lowering the back wedge angle and sliding it further under the stack to
support the middle of the stack better for better separation, (pic 2)
Pic 1
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Lateral back wedge adjustment plate
The lateral back wedge adjustment plate, part #WC-L650 allows for lateral adjustment of the
back wedge assembly so that it can be used in any position across the width of the feeder
The plate can be easily added to an existing feeder with the back
wedge locking knob already on the feeder.
To install the new back wedge plate, loosen the back wedge plate locking knob on the
feeder to slide the back wedge assembly off.
Using one hand to keep the bolt from falling into the feeder, remove the locking knob and
flat washer from the bolt. Position the new plate’s slot over the bolt and replace the flat
washer and knob onto the bolt as shown below.
The flat washer and locking knob included with the new back wedge lateral adjustment
plate can be used to attach the back wedge assembly.
WHEN USING THE BACK WEDGE AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE FEEDER, BE
SURE TO TIGHTEN BOTH LOCKING KNOBS SECURELY TO KEEP BACK WEDGE
ASSEMBLY IN POSITION!
Use existing knob and flat washer
to attach new plate.
Then use included knob and flat
washer to attach back wedge
assembly to new plate.
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SETTING THE EJECT ROLLERS
The adjustable eject rollers are included to assist light media out of the feeder and into the
equipment you are feeding.
After you have set the belts, paper guides, separators and back wedge, slide the eject rollers
into position over the outer two feed belts you are using, and lock them in place.
TIP: * Make sure that the eject roller bar is not resting on the paper guide.
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE BELTS
CAUTION! UNPLUG THE FEEDER FROM THE WALL
OUTLET BEFORE PERFORMING THESE PROCEDURES!
Do not apply power to the feeder to clean the feed belts. Doing so presents a safety
hazard. Instead; rotate the feed belts by manually turning any of the drive shafts.
Clean the feed belts often, especially after running glossy material.
Do not use harsh chemicals on the belts as they can be damaged from the use of some
chemicals.
Do not use “Rena Care” roller cleaner on this unit. Doing so may cause belt damage.
A “citric based” cleaner is recommended for cleaning the feed belts. A light application of
isopropyl alcohol after using the citric cleaner may also be helpful.
Wipe any excess cleaners from the belts.
CLEANING THE FEEDER BODY
A coat of car wax or furniture polish on the paper guides will assist in smooth movement of your
media stack as it descends in the feed hopper. (BE CAREFUL NOT TO GET IT ON THE FEED
BELTS)
OBTAINING SUPPLIES, SERVICE, and SUPPORT
Please contact your local Rena dealer to obtain supplies, service and support.
To locate a Rena dealer in your area, please use the following link and fill out the form.
http://www.renausa.com/dealerlocator.asp
Service should only be performed by a qualified Rena service person.
In addition, you may wish to log onto Rena Systems web site (www.renausa.com), and click
on the “support” link. This area contains many useful resources.
Please use the following “Warranty Registration“ link to register your product with Rena
Systems. http://www.renausa.com/support_warranty.htm
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CHANGING FUSES
CAUTION! UNPLUG THE FEEDER FROM THE WALL
OUTLET BEFORE PERFORMING THESE PROCEDURES
Line fuse are located within the power inlet module.
Unplug the power cord then pull the bottom tab out, to slide out
the fuse holder.
120V Model: Requires a single 5 amp/250V/fast-acting fuse.
A spare 5 amp fuse is included in the fuse holder
220V Model: Requires two 5 amp/250V/fast-acting fuses.
Note: Please be sure to use a 5Amp, 250V, fast-acting fuse. If the replacement
fuse blows, please contact your local Rena dealer for service. Do not use a fuse
with a higher value than the one specified.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Speed:
Up to 40,000 pieces per hour
(based on 4” x 6” postcard)
Controls:
Variable Speed
Jog
Feeder Interface (dry contact input)
Material Size:
Min: 3 1/8” W x 2” L
Max: 12” W x 17” L
Material Thickness: Single sheets up to 1”
Hopper Capacity:
13”; 625 No. 10 Envelopes
Dimensions:
14 ½” W x 17” L x 19” H
Weight:
36 lbs (unboxed)
Electrical:
Voltage:
Frequency
Amperage
Line Fuse
110-120 VAC or 220-240 VAC (special order)
50/60 Hz
5 Amps
5 A/250V/Fast-Acting
All specifications subject to change without notice.
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