Download Panasonic owners manual UB5315 user guide

Download Panasonic owners manual UB5315 user guide
Panasonic
Electronic Board
Operating Instructions
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* Before operating this unit, please read these instructions completely.
After reading them, preserve them carefully for future reference.
* Because of the nature of the print film, all the printed text will remain on the film.
* This product is designed for installation by a qualified servicing dealer.
Installation performed by non-authorized individuals could cause salety-related problems with thé operation of
this equipment
* Te locate the closest authorized dealer In your area, please call 1-800-448-8988.
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Electronic Board.
For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully.
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Thermal transfer film . . . . . . .. ...... 1 s Lettersizecopypaper. . . . . . .. 20
» Markers (red, black, and blue) . . . . .. 1 each o Software CD-ROM ............... 1
* Operating Instructions . . . . . .. ...... 1 * Software License Agreement . . . . . . . . .. 1
Eraser.... 112120 4 4 4214 44 4 2 216 1 « Warranty card... ... 222144412246 1
N * Power cord . . .... _. er... 1 J
* The stand is optional. By way of example, this manual describes an Electronic Board which is used with the stand.
* USB cable is not included.
Things you should keep a record of
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For your future reference
Date of purchase: Serial number:
Dealers name and address:
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[ Federal Communications Comission Requirements )
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class À 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.
FCC Warning: To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use only the provided power supply cord.
Also, any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user's authority
to operate this device. |
« Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and/or other countries.
Windows® is Microsoft®? Windows® operating system.
Screen shots reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
* IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
« Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
* Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
e All trademarks referred to in this manual are property of their respective companies.
The information given in this Operating Instructions is subject to change without notice.
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С | —— For Your Safety .........ceo..reovrrercccorecuerererere. 4
| Before Precautions ........oéweeo_errsreocsssosrooconrrvroranenon. 5
You Start * CD-ROM ............ 2. .0000redaoarvaooaoaaareerereroredorere 6
| Part Names and Functions ...........ceeeeserevrecnoreseno 8
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A N Installing the Thermal Transfer Film .....0.000000000000000 10
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| Loading Copy Paper ...........eoererrenmossroonserenoroo 12
| Making Copies ........_ereornevsrvorerrerenaea. eens 14
| 7 < Copy types and procedures .........1221222 0004 ea 4 aa a ae a aa aa ae 15
Replacing the Thermal Transfer Film ..................... 16
Paper Jams ............ PT 17
Using Screen Height Adjustment ............ec_ee_ecresoneoreroo 20
e. Computer Interfacing .............eeeeemesecororariece 22
* System requirements .......0.424200 0044414 Le 1 a ee 14 4 4 4 a ee 144 22
* Contents of CD-ROM ............... ——ee2e0derarreraoaenane nana 22
* Connecting the unit to a computer ...........—e.re._-ererserereroveres 22
| * Installing the driver and software ...........—e.eoe2-m?evsrcreodonorecererres 23
; * Removing the driver and software .................. ia. 29
Scanning .......00200 02112 LL LL A da a a A A AA A a a a a a a a ee ae ee ee 29
| * Panaboard Operation Panel ..........._..o rec srerrecerereracerea. 30
N 7 * Printing ...........eeeerreerec. anar enana enerA eres 31
o , NX Daily Care and Maintenance ................4.52 00000000 0 32
| « Cleaning the screen and the unit .........22200 4041411041 Lea La 1000 6 32
* Caring for the eraser ..................0aresaeaoererearercaoeemeno 32
_ o * Cleaning the printer head, platen roller and pick-up roller ............... 32
Help Troubleshooting .........ñeeeeeeeeosrorecocreeondoreno 34
* Meanings of error Codes ...........r_ecereerevereerer 0 ererercroae,. 35
Specifications ...........00000 00 usa 00e see seau sen 000000 36
j * Option and Separatelyavailable ................................... 36
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Warning about saving data
When the system storage device or any of its optional storage device is adversely effected by operational
errors, static electricity, electrical noise, vibration, dust or when the power has been cut oft due to maliunction,
repair or inadvertently, the memory contents may be lost or changed. Before operating the system, make a
point of reading the precautionary notes in the Operating Instructions and the help information, and observe
them during operation.
Please observe carefully the following precaution:
* Make absolutely sure that all important data is saved by back-up or the original is saved.
The manufacturer hereby declares that it cannot be held accountable for any loss or change in any data
stored on floppy disks, hard disks, optical disks, or other memory devices.
For Your Safety
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OF
THIS PRODUCT, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR
ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
THE SOCKET-OUTLET MUST BE NEAR THIS EQUIPMENT AND MUST BE EASILY
ACCESSIBLE.
The product should be used only with the power cord that is supplied by the manufacturer.
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
Precautions
Never remove the cover, take apart or modify the
product. This will void the warranty.
Do not position the electronic board in a location where
it is unstable.
Do not put drinks, other liquids or heavy items on the
tray or screen.
After installing or moving the electronic board, lock the
casters and set the fall-prevention extension legs.
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Push to lock
Locking the casters
(Push this side)
Do not use the electronic board in an excessively
humid or dusty location,
If the electronic board is not going to be used for an
extended period of time (e.g., during extended
holidays), turn off the power and remove the plug from
the wall outlet.
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Precautions
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Do not lean against the screen or on the cover (lower),
even if the electronic board is mounted on the wall.
The screen height must be adjusted by two people.
) Slot 3
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Slot 1
Confirm both sides of the screen are hung in the same
height slots.
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Slot 1 —
Make sure to tighten the height adjustment handles
after adjusting the screen height.
Tighten
Slot 3 the height
. adjustment
Tighten fl handles
Slot 2— the height
adjustment
handles
H CD-ROM
To prevent the CD-ROMs from accidental damages:
Do not touch or write on the surface
of the disc.
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Do not leave the disc out of the
protective case.
Do not leave the disc in direct
sunlight or near heat sources.
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Do not place heavy objects on the
disc case or drop the case.
To clean the disc, hold the disc by
its edges and wipe it from the
center to the edges with a dry, soft
cloth.
Precautions
Installation
* Do not install the unit where it may be exposed to direct sunlight, near heating
equipment, or near air-conditioning vents as this may cause stretching and/or
discoloration of the screen.
* Do not install the unit in strong sunlight or strong lighting. Proper copying may
become impossible.
* Do not install the unit in locations where the temperature may change suddenly as
this may disable the unit's ability to make copies.
Screen Film
* Make thick and dark lines inside the copying 25 mm (1)
area. Note that any writing inside the shaded —
area (on right) cannot be copied.
* Do not allow writing to remain on the screen for у + Copying area +
an extended period of time as it will become (07)
harder to erase.
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25 mm (1”
* Do not touch the screen, write with markers, or a)
erase while the screen is moving as this may result in damage to the unit.
Markers,
Erasers and
Thermal
Transfer Film
* Use only the included or designated markers, erasers and thermal transfer film.
(See page 36.)
Use of accessories other than those included or designated (such as oil-based
markers) may damage the screen or result in hard-to-erase markings.
* Do not store the thermal transfer film in a location subject to extreme changes in
temperature (such as near air conditioning or heating equipment) as this may cause
condensation on the thermal transfer film and result in poor print quality and/or
paper jams.
* The length of one roll of designated thermal transfer film (Replacement film:
UG-6001) is approximately 50 meters (164 ft.). One roll of thermal transfer film can
make approximately 150 sheets of copies.
Note that the total number of copies may differ depending on the operating conditions.
Also note that the length of the thermal transfer film supplied with the unit is shorter
than the replacement film roll and is only approximately 10 meters (32.8 ft.).
* Store markers horizontally as vertica! storage may stop the ink from coming out.
Power Cord * When moving the unit, disconnect the power cord from the electrical power socket
and from the printer's power connector and coil it for transportation as stepping on
the power cord or having it catch on something during movement may result in
damage to the cord.
Replacing * Dispose of the used thermal transfer film in a trash receptacle for burnable trash.
the Thermal
Transfer Film
* A negative of the copied image will remain on the thermal transfer film. (To protect
the security of your information, we recommend cutting up the used thermal transfer:
film with scissors or shredder before disposing of it.)
USB Cable
* Use a shielded USB cable that is certified as logo by USB-IF.
* |f you connect the electronic board to a USB hub, it is not guaranteed to work.
Part Names and Functions
Scanner
Screen Film
Pritner Tray
Stand
The stand is optional.
Output Port Control Panel
This port holds up to 10
sheets of output paper. (See page 9 for details.)
Power Switch
ON
Printer Open Lever
Push down this lever to
open the printer door.
~~ OFF
AC Inlet
Cord Holder
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USB Connector Paper Cover Printer Door
(See page 22.) Open this cover to Open this door to load a
load copy paper. thermal transfer film or to
remove jammed paper.
(See pages 10, 17.)
Part Names and Functions
E Control panel
(7) Advance Key ———
(1) Contrast/Remaining Film
Indicator © Copy Key ——
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@) Contrast Key (5) Multi-Copy/Stop Key
(3) 2-Screen Copy Key ——— ——— (4) Multi-Copy/Error Indicator
Panel| Name | ___ Description
This lamp indicator notifies the user when the time to replace the
thermal transfer film is approaching (estimated) and of the
printing contrast used during copying.
Indicator off: Normal printing contrast
Indicator on: Darker than normal printing contrast
(1) Contrast Indicator flashing*: Almost time to replace the thermal transfer
— Remaining film
Film (Note that only about 15 more sheets may be
Indicator copied when this indicator starts flashing.)
Replacement film (UG-6001) is separately available
from the dealer where you purchased your unit.
* The flashing indicator will go out after the power is turned off and the
printer has been opened and closed. (When copying is performed, this
indicator will begin flashing again.)
(2 Contrast Each time this key is pressed, the unit will alternate between
Key normal and dark contrast modes (Normal/Dark).
(3) 2-Screen This key causes the front and back of the screen to be copied on
Copy Key a single sheet of paper.
This indicator displays the number of copies to be made. The
(9) Multi-Copy/ | display changes each time the Multi-Copy/Stop Key is pressed.
Error Example: 12.391
Indicator When an error occurred, a flashing symbol will appear in this display to
indicate the error status. (See page 35.)
When making multiple copies, press this key until the desired
number of copies is displayed on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator.
This key can also be pressed while multiple copies are being
0, © Multi-Copy/ | made to stop the copying process. The display indication
2 Stop Key changes while multiple copies are being made as shown below.
After reaching 0, the display will reset to 1.
Example: 5545352515051
(countdown display during copying)
Ei (6) Copy Key This key causes the screen to be copied.
(7) Advance
Key This key advances the screen from right to left.
Installing the Thermal Transfer Film
Install the thermal transfer film in the printer.
1 Set the power switch to on ( I).
e“ ~” will flash on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator when
the thermal transfer film has run out.
Push down the printer open lever and open the
printer door.
3 Install the thermal transfer film.
1) Set the thermal transfer film, with the blue gear
in front, on the right.
Blue gear
2) Insert the blue shaft into the front left hole.
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Installing the Thermal Transfer Film
3) Place the blue gear on the front right groove.
4) Place the white shaft on both sides of the back
grooves.
Tighten the film, then close the printer door.
1) Rotate the blue gear in the direction of the arrow
to take up the slack on the film.
* If a slack remains, perform step 3-2) through 4-1) again.
2) Securely close the printer door by using both
hands until a click is heard.
e “ 7 flashing on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator will go
out.
If” -” is still flashing after closing the printer door,
make sure that the thermal transfer film has been
installed properly and tightened.
* The printer door should be closed to make copies
properly. Confirm both latches are locked.
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Loading Copy Paper
It is possible to load up to 40 sheets of Letter size copy paper (assuming a paper weight of 80 g/m).
Note that only Letter size paper may be used.
When the unit is first used or when “ 2 ” flashes on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator to indicate that the unit is out of
paper, load copy paper as described below.
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Notes on Loading Copy Paper
Follow the guidelines below to ensure smooth and accurate printing by the unit.
* Only use Letter size copy paper having a weight of 60 to 90 g/m? as the copy paper for this unit.
* Do not simultaneously load paper of varying type and thickness as this may result in paper jams.
* Before adding copy paper, be sure to remove all the copy paper remaining inside the unit's paper
cover. (Note that copy paper will slightly resist being removed, btit may be pulled out without
problems.)
After removing the copy paper, stack the removed paper together with the new paper, fan it
thoroughly, square it and reload.
| DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF PAPER |
« Extremely smooth or glossy paper
» Coated paper
* Thermal paper
* Paper that is printed on one side
* Wrinkled paper, creased paper, etc.
1 Set the power switch to on (1).
e “ 0” will flash on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator when
~ copy paper has run out.
Pull the paper cover forward as shown in the left
figure.
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Loading Copy Paper
To prevent paper jams such as those caused by
multiple sheets feeding at once, fan the paper
thoroughly, square it, align it with the guide inside,
and insert as far as it will go.
* Only use Letter size copying paper having a weight of
60 to 90 g/m? as the copy paper for this unit.
* Do not stack more copy paper in the unit than the
maximum paper límit indicated by the guide (see figure
to the left) as this may result in paper jams. (Note that
the unit can hold about 40 sheets of paper having a
weight of 80 g/m*.)
Close the paper cover until a click is heard.
* Close the paper cover, or the unit will not work
properly.
* The paper cover should be closed to make copies
properly. Confirm the both latches are locked.
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Making Copies
This section describes how to copy text and illustrations drawn on the screen.
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Set the power switch to on (1).
e “ ! ” will light on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator to
indicate that the unit is ready to copy.
Output paper
Press the Copy Key (q).
* Text and illustrations on the screen will be copied and
copies emerge from the output port.
* The output port can hold up to 10 sheets of copy paper.
(Note that exceeding the output port's capacity may
result in paper jams.)
* For details on making multiple copies, 2-screen copies
and so on, see page 15.
* Do not use paper that has been copied on one side by
this printer as copy paper in this unit or in any other
copiers or printers as this may result in dirty rollers,
degradation of printing quality, paper jams, and streaks
and smudges on output paper.
* Do not write on the output paper from this unit with the
printed side down. The ink on the printed side will be
copied on the surface underneath the output paper.
* Text or images in shades of yellow will not copy.
Making Copies
E Copy types and procedures
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Copying the front of | Press (@].
the screen
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Copying the back of | (1) Press [«) to move the screen to be copied to the front.
the screen O Press CU).
Making multiple (1) Select the number of copies (1 to 9) by pressing as
copies (up to 9) necessary.
() Press ( a).
* Press (0) to stop copying in mid-operation.
Making 2-screen Press (A).
copies
* Copying the front and 2-Screen Copy
back of the screen on a ° 2 |
single sheet of paper 1 de 2.
Front | Back
Copying chart Chart paper can be attached to the screen as shown in the figure
paper and copied. (Be sure to take the chart off the screen soon after
copying is finished.)
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| Attach both
sides with
tape
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* Wrinkles, slackness or folds in the chart when attached to the screen will show
up in copies as dark shadows.
» Affix it to the screen with drafting tape made by 3M® or other similar tape with
medium adhesive.
3M® is a registered trademark of ЗМ Corporation.
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Replacing the Thermal Transfer Film
The unit is capable of producing about 15 more copies when the Contrast/Remaining Film indicator begins to flash.
The unit has run out of thermal transfer film and can no longer make copies when the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator
flashes “ ~”. Separately available replacement film (UG-6001) may be purchased from the dealer where you
purchased the unit. Thermal transfer film is replaced as follows.
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Notes on Replacing Thermal Transfer Film
Only use the designated product (UG-6001) from Panasonic as the replacement film. (Note that using
another type of replacement film may resutt in degraded printing quality or damage to the unit.)
» Thermal transfer film is disposable. Dispose of used thermal transfer film as “burnable” or “non-
recyclable” rubbish.
* A negative of the copied image will remain on the thermal transfer film. To protect the security of your
information, we recommend cutting up the used thermal transfer film with scissors or shredder before
disposing of it.
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: 1 Push down the printer open lever to open the
printer door, and remove the used film.
2 Refer to steps 3 and 4 in the section of “Installing
the Thermal Transfer Film” on pages 10, 11.
e If“ -” is still flashing after closing the printer door,
make sure that the thermal transfer film has been
installed properly and tightened.
The printer door should be closed to make copies
properly. Confirm both latches are locked.
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Paper Jams
Remove paper jams by the following procedure when copy paper does not come out of the output port or when “4”
flashes on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator.
1 Push down the printer open lever to open the
printer door.
Remove the thermal transfer film with both hands.
Remove the jammed paper.
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Paper Jams
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4 Install the thermal transfer film.
* Refer to steps 3 and 4 in the section of “Installing the
Thermal Transfer Film” on pages 10, 11.
e“ 4” flashing on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator will go
out.
e If “ "is still flashing after closing the printer door,
make sure that the thermal transfer film has been
installed properly and tightened.
The printer door should be closed to make copies
properly. Confirm both latches are locked.
If the flashing “ J ” does not go out after the foregoing procedure has been performed; this may indicate that the
paper feeder is not functioning properly.
Reload the copy paper by following the steps given below.
1 Turn the power off.
2 Open the paper cover and remove all the copy
paper remaining inside the unit's paper cover.
* The copy paper will slightly resist being removed, but
may be pulled out without problems.
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Paper Jams
To prevent paper jams such as those caused by
multiple sheets feeding at once, fan the paper
thoroughly, square it, align it with the guide inside,
and insert as far as it will go.
* Do not stack more copy paper in the unit than the
maximum paper limit indicated by the guide (see figure
to the left) as this may result in paper jams. {Note that
the unit can hold about 40 sheets of paper having a
weight of 80 g/m?)
Close the paper cover until a click is heard.
* Close the paper cover, or the unit will not work
properly.
* The paper cover should be closed to make copies
properly. Confirm the both latches are locked.
Turn the power on.
“17 will light on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator to
indicate that the unit is ready to copy.
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Screen Height Adjustment
The screen can be adjusted at 3 levels except for the lowest level. The lowest level of the board attachment frame is
designed for installation of the screen, so the printer cannot be attached at this level. Adjust the level of the screen
unit as follows.
Please lock the casters when you adjust the screen height. (Refer to page 5.)
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adjustment
Height handles
adjustment < ;
handles
Step frame
Reinforce pipe
— Slot 3
DD Slot 2
Slot 1
20
Loosen the height adjustment handles.
Hang the step frame on the reinforce pipe.
Lift the board attachment (lower) by stepping on
the step frame.
Slide along the slide groove. M @
e The screen height must be adjusted by two people.
Hang the screen in the desired slots of the slide
piates.
Slot Adjustment Screen Height
Slot 1 Available 2000 mm (6'6%/4")
Slot 2 Available 1875 mm (6'1'%s”)
Slot 3 Available 1750 mm (5'87/s")
Slot 4 | Cannot be used -
O Do not use slot 4.
Slot 4 cannot be used for screen height adjustment.
O Confirm both sides of the screen are hung in the
same height slots securely.
Screen Height Adjustment
Tighten the height adjustment handles.
Height
adjustment O Be sure to tighten the height adjustment handles
Height handles firmly after adjusting the level of the screen.
adjustment
handles
Store the step frame by hanging it on the board
Step frame attachment (upper).
Board attachment
(upper)
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Computer Interfacing
* Panasonic Document Management System (hereafter Panasonic-DMS) uses the TWAIN driver to scan images
drawn on the screen.
* The Panasonic-DMS has a capability of managing documents (image files).
* The printer driver aliows the printer to print documents from your computer.
№ System requirements
Computer IBM® PC/AT or compatible machine with a CD-ROM drive
CPU Pentium® H or higher processor
Interface USB 1.1 (B connector)
OS Windows? 98 / Windows? Millennium Edition / Windows? 2000 / Windows? XP
64 MB or more (Windows 98/Me)
Memory 128 MB or more (Windows 2000)
256 MB or more (Windows XP)
HD At least 40 MB free space (except saving space for image file)
* The computer interfacing function of the UB-5315/UB-5815 is not available in Windows NT? 4.0.
* If you connect the electronic board to a USB hub, it is not guaranteed to work.
* Please note that if more than one Panasonic electronic boards are connected in a USB tree, only one of those electronic
boards will perform the computer interfacing.
E Contents of CD-ROM
The provided CD-ROM includes the following items.
* USB driver
* Printer driver
* Panasonic-DMS software
« TWAIN driver
* View Manuals
* Adobe? Acrobat? Reader
E Connecting the unit to a computer
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Power on the electronic board, and connect the unit and your computer with a USB cable.
Caution:
* Use a shielded USB cable that is certified as logo by USB-IF.
USB cable
To your computer se
When you connect the unit for the first time, install the USB and Printer driver to your computer.
* Windows 98 — Page 23
* Windows Me — Page 24
» Windows 2000 — Page 26
* Windows XP > Page 27
* When using Windows 98 or Windows Me, a floppy disk or CD-ROM for installing the operating system will aiso
be necessary. {See page 25.)
Computer Interfacing
Hl Installing the driver and software 9 When “Unknown Device" is
Installing the USB and Printer driver detected, click the [Next] button.
1 O Click on the “Search for the best driver
Windows 98 for your device. (Recommended).”
check button and click the [Next] button.
1 Power on your computer and start
Windows. 11 confirm that the “Specify a location.”
is the same as step 6, click the [Next]
2 Power on the electronic board, and button.
connect the unit and your computer ;
with a USB cable. 12 when the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
3 When “USB Composite Device” is
detected, click the [Next] button. 13 When the installation of “USB Printing
A ci N Support” is completed, click the
Click on the “Search for the best [Finish] button.
driver for your device.
(Recommended).” check button and 1 4 When “Unknown Device”"* is detected
click the [Next] button. again, repeat steps 9 to 13 to install
“Panaboard-UB5 USB Device Driver”.
9 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive. When the Setup window appears, 1 5 When “PanasonicPanaboard-UB5
click the X] (close button) to close it. USB Printer (Letter)” is detected, click
the [Next] button.
6 Select the “Specify a location:” only,
then specify “D (CD-ROM drive letter): 1 6 Click on the “Search for the best driver
\UB-5xxx\UsbDrv\Win98-Me” in the for your device. (Recommended).
text box, and click the [Next] button. check button and click the [Next] button.
* Do not select the CD-ROM drive. It may 1 7 " . ns
cause installing a wrong USB driver. Confirm that the “Specify a location:
is the same as step 6, click the [Next]
button.
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18 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
1 9 Follow the on-screen instructions when
the “Add Printer Wizard” executes.
20 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Printer (Letter)” driver is
7 When the driver is found, click the completed, click the [Finish] button.
[Next] button.
* In the case of Windows 98 Second Edition,
” “USB Printing Support” is detected.
8 When the installation of USB ** Inthe case of Windows 98 Second Edition,
Composite Device” driver is “Panaboard-UB5 USB Device” is detected.
completed, click the [Finish] button. * A floppy disk or CD-ROM for installing the operating
system will also be necessary. (See page 25.)
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Computer Interfacing
Windows Me |
:
1 Power on your computer and start
Windows.
& Power on the electronic board, and
connect the unit and your computer
with a USB cable.
3 When “Panaboard-UB5 USB Device”
is detected, click on the “Specify the
location of the driver (Advanced)”
check button and click the [Next]
button.
4 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive. When the Setup window appears,
click the Xx] (close button) to close it.
5 select the “Specify a location:” only,
then specify “D (CD-ROM drive letter):
\UB-5xxx\UsbDrv\Win98-Me” in the
text box, and click the [Next] button.
Do not select the CD-ROM drive. It may
cause installing a wrong USB driver.
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6 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
7 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Device Driver” is
completed, click the [Finish] button.
8 When “Panaboard-UB5 USB Printer”
is detected, click on the “Specify the
location of the driver (Advanced)”
check button and click the [Next]
button.
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9 Confirm that the “Specify a location:”
is the same as step 5, click the [Next]
button.
10 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
11 When the installation of “USB Printing
Support” is completed, click the
[Finish] button.
1 2 When “PanasonicPanaboard-UB5
USB Printer (Letter)” is detected, click
on the “Specify the location of the
driver (Advanced)” check button and
click the [Next] button.
13 Confirm that the “Specify a location:”
is the same as step 5, click the [Next]
button.
1 4 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
1 5 Follow the on-screen instructions when
the “Add Printer Wizard” executes.
1 6 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Printer (Letter)” driver is
completed, click the [Finish] button.
* A floppy disk or CD-ROM for installing the operating
system will also be necessary. (See page 25.)
Computer Interfacing
Special Note for Windows 98/Me
If your computer had Windows 98/Me pre-installed
and the original Windows 98/Me CD-ROM or diskettes
were not included. In this situation, please try to locate
the necessary files by following the methods
described below or refer to your computers User's
Guide for more details.
Method-1:
Specify the Windows 98/Me backup file location in
the hard disk of your computer.
Generally, the Windows 98/Me backup files are
located in the WINDOWSYOPTIONSICABS” folder.
Type “CAWINDOWSOPTIONSICABS” in the [Copy
files from:] box on the “Copying Files...” dialog box,
where “C:” is your Windows 98/Me boot drive and
then click the [OK] button.
If the necessary files are found, the installation will
proceed.
Otherwise, click the [Details...] button, a dialog box
appears as shown below including the cabinet file
name (*.CAB listed under the Description File) that
contains the necessary file.
In this example, the cabinet file name is
“DRIVER20.CAB”. (Note that the cabinet file name
may vary depending on your computer.)
To search for the file in your computer
1 Click the [Start] button on the Task Bar
and then click on [Find]-[Files or
Folders...] (Windows 98) or [Search]-
[For Files or Folders...] (Windows Me).
2 A dialog box appears prompting for a
file name to be searched, type
“DRIVER*.CAB” in the [Named:]
(Windows 98) or [Search for files or
folders named:] (Windows Me) box,
choose “C:” in the [Look in:] box and
check the box for [Include subfolders]
(only for Windows 98).
3 Click the [Find Now] (Windows 98) or
[Search Now] (Windows Me) button.
When the cabinet file is found, make a
note of the folder name where the file is
located.
4 Return to the “Copying Files...” dialog
- box and type the folder name in the
[Copy files from:] box. For example,
type “CAWINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS”.
Then click the [OK] button.
Method-2:
Create the Windows 98/Me backup diskettes and
then specify the diskettes.
Depending on the computer, there is usually a tool
from the manufacturer to create the Windows 98/Me
backup diskettes in a Windows 98/Me pre-installed
system. Please refer to your PC's Users Guide for
more details on this tool.
Create the Window 98/Me backup diskettes by using
this tool, and then install the USB and Printer driver by
following the procedures from Step 1.
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Computer Interfacing
| Windows 2000 |
1 Power on your computer and start
Windows.
* Log on as an administrator.
2 Power on the electronic board, and
connect the unit and your computer
with a USB cable.
3 When “Welcome to the Found New
Hardware Wizard” dialog box appears,
click the [Next] button.
4 When “Panaboard-UB5 USB Device”
is detected, click on the “Search for a
suitable driver for my device
(Recommended)” check button and
click the [Next] button.
5 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive. When the Setup window appears,
click the [Xx] (close button) to close it.
O Select the “Specify a location” only,
then click the [Next] button.
* Do not select the CD-ROM drive. It may
cause installing a wrong USB driver.
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text box, and click the [OK] button.
8 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
9 Although “Digital Signature Not
Found” dialog box appears, click the
[Yes] button to continue the installation.
1 0 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Device Driver” is
completed, click the [Finish] button.
1 1 When “Welcome to the Found New
Hardware Wizard" dialog box appears
again, click the [Next] button.
1 2 When “Unknown” is detected, click on
the “Search for a suitable driver for
my device (recommended) check
button and click the [Next] button.
13 Select the “Specify a location” only,
then click the [Next] button.
* Do not select the CD-ROM drive. It may
cause installing a wrong USB driver.
1 4 Confirm that the “Copy
manufacturer’s files from:” is the
same as step 7, click the [OK] button.
1 5 When the driver is found, click the
[Next] button.
16 Although “Digital Signature Not
Found” dialog box appears, click the
[Yes] button to continue the installation.
1 7 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Printer (Letter)” driver is
completed, click the [Finish] button.
* The standard printer name is “Panaboard-UB5 USB
Printer (Letter).
Computer Interfacing
“Windows XP 8 When “Panasonic Panaboard-UB5
rr USB Printer (Letter)” is detected, click
1 Power on your computer and start on the “Install from a list or specific
Windows. location (Advanced) check button
a and click the [Next] button.
* Log on as an administrator.
9 Confirm that the “Include this location
2 Power on the electronic board, and in the search:” is the same as step 5,
connect the unit and your computer
with a USB cable. click the [Next] button.
3 When “Panaboard-UB5 USB Device” 1 0 Although the “Hardware Installation”
is detected, click on the “Install from a dialog box appears, click the [Continue
list or specific location (Advanced)” Anyway] button to continue the
check button and click the [Next] installation.
button.
4 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM 1 1 When the installation of “Panaboard-
drive. When the Setup window appears, UBS USB Printer (Letter)” driver is
click the [X} (close button) to close it. completed, click the [Finish] button.
5 Select the “Include this location in
the search:” only, then specify
“E (CD-ROM drive letter):
\UB-5xxx\UsbDrv\Win2K-XP” in the
text box, and click the [Next] button.
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6 Although the “Hardware Installation”
dialog box appears, click the [Continue
Anyway] button to continue the
installation.
7 When the installation of “Panaboard-
UB5 USB Device Driver” is
completed, click the [Finish] button.
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Computer Interfacing
28
Installi anasonic-DMS s are and
TWAIN driver
When an old version of Panasonic-DMS is already
installed, remove it and install the new version of
the software in the same folder.
1 Power on your computer and start
Windows.
* Log on as an administrator for Windows
2000 or Windows XP.
2 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive. The Setup window will appear
automatically.
* Depending on the operating system or the
settings that you are using, the Setup
window may not appear automatically.
In such a case, execute “menu.exe” in the
CD-ROM from the Explorer.
3 Click on the desired language.
* Even when French, Spanish or ltalian is
chosen, the TWAIN driver of the English
version is installed.
‚When “Welcome” dialog box appear,
click the [Next] button.
B Click the [Panasonic-DMS] button.
« Click [Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0] to install
the Acrobat Reader. To read the operating
instructions, the Acrobat Reader must be
installed in your computer.
A
O Click the [Install Panasonic-DMS
Software] button.
7 Enter the installation destination and
click the [Next] button.
8 Enter the data folder and click the
[Next] button.
OQ Select “UB-5xxx” and click the [>>]
button. Select and add other products
that use Panasonic-DMS software.
Then, click the [Next] button.
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appear, click the [Typical] button.
11 Enter the program folder name and
click the [Next] button. Then follow the
instruction on the screen.
1 2 Follow the on-screen instructions when
other messages are displayed.
13 When the setup process is completed
and a message is displayed prompting
you to restart your computer, restart
Windows.
* Log on as an administrator for Windows
2000 or Windows XP,
* About the Document Manager, refer to the
Document Manager System operating
instructions in the CD-ROM.
Computer Interfacing
EH Removing the driver and software À Click the [File] menu, then click
Removing Panasonic-DMS softwar [Acquire Image...], or click the
and TWAIN driver ¡Ai (scanner) icon on the Toolbar.
If you need to remove the Panasonic-DMS * The Panaboard Operation Panel will
software and TWAIN driver, perform the following appear.
steps.
1 Power on your computer and start
Windows.
* Log on as an administrator for Windows
2000 or Windows XP.
2 Click [Start], move the pointer to
[Programs]-[Panasonic]-[Panasonic
Document Management System]
[Uninstali].
(For Windows XP, [All Programs] * When the Panaboard Operation Panel is
instead of [Programs] ) not displayed, check the USB cable
- connection or the condition of the
lectroni
3 Select the [Remove] check button and electronic board
click the [Next] button. 5 Click the (E (Scan) button or the El
(2-Screen Scan) button.
Ja
Follow the instructions on the screen.
* Scanning starts and the scanned image
After uninstalling, restart your will be displayed on the screen of the
computer. It is also possible to start
O
computer. scanning using the Copy Key or 2-Screen
Copy Key on the electronic board.
E Scanning © Click [Close] on the Panaboard
You can scan images on the screen to your Operation Panel to finish scanning.
computer by operating Panasonic-DMS.
* About the Document Manager, refer to the
1 Click [Start], move the pointer to Document Manager System operating
[Programs]-[Panasonic]-[Panasonic instructions in the CD-ROM.
Document Management System]-
[Document Manager]. Note
(For Windows XP, [All Programs] * Dragging the Panaboard Operation Panel or
activating other software programs may
instead of [Programs].) cause scanning troubles.
* The Panasonic-DMS software runs.
2 Click the [File] menu, then click [Select
Source...].
3 Select [Panaboard-UB5 USB TWAIN
Driver] and click the [Select] button.
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Computer Interfacing
E Panaboard Operation Panel
lt is possible to perform the same operations as with the electronic board control panel (page 9) from the following
Panaboard Operation buttons.
Note: While the Panaboard Operation Panel is displayed, the Copy Key and 2-Screen Copy Key on the electronic
board contro! panel are used for scanning images into the computer.
Panel Name | «+ :. - - . . Description
This lamp indicator notifies the user when the time to replace the
thermal transfer film is approaching (estimated) and of the
printing contrast used during scanning or copying.
Indicator off: Normal scanning or copying contrast
Indicator on: Darker than normal scanning or copying
O Contrast/ | Е contrast
Remaining indicator flashing*: Almost time to replace the thermal transfer
== Film film
. (Note that only about 15 more sheets may be
Indicator copied when this indicator starts flashing.)
Replacement film (UG-6001) is separately available
from the dealer where you purchased your unit.
* The flashing indicator will go out after the power is turned off and the
printer has been opened and closed. (When copying is performed, this
indicator will begin flashing again.)
{ O (2) Contrast Each time this button is pressed, the unit will alternate between
| Button normal and dark contrast modes (Normal/Dark).
(3) 2-Screen This button scans the front and back of the screen on a single
El
Scan Button | page.
This indicator displays the number of copies to be made. The
@ Multi-Copy/ display changes each time the Multi-Copy/Stop Button is
El Error pressed.
indicat Example: 1>2—>-->9—>1—--
ndicator When an error occurs, a flashing symbol will appear in this display to indicate
the error status. (See page 35.)
When making multiple copies, press this button until the desired
, number of copies is displayed on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator.
ía O) Multi-Copy/ This button can also be pressed while multiple copies are being
Te Stop Button
made to stop the copying process.
* During scanning, the setting 1 to 9 for the number of copies is ignored.
(6) Scan Button | This button scans the screen.
В В В
© Advance This button advances the screen from right to left.
Button
2-Screen This button causes the front and back of the screen to be copied
Copy Button | on a single sheet of paper.
© Copy Button | This button causes the screen to be copied.
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Computer Interfacing
Status Box
The status box displays the status of the TWAIN driver
and the electronic board.
Stand by: The electronic board is stand by.
Both of the Panaboard Operation Panel
and the electronic board control panel are
operational.
Rotating: The electronic board is rotating the
screen.
Copying: The electronic board is copying the
screen.
Scanning: The electronic board is now scanning the
images on the screen.
Converting: Indicates that the image data is being
converted so that the computer will be
able to display the scanned data.
Busy: The electronic board is processing jobs.
Error: An error has occurred with the electronic
board.
About Button
Click to display information about the TWAIN driver.
Close Button
Click to close the Panaboard Operation Panel.
E Printing
To print documents from the computer to the
printer, select the Print menu of the application
software and select the printer name set when
installing.
The standard printer name is “Panaboard-UB5
USB Printer (Letter.
* The Multi-Copy/Error Indicator flashes when
printing.
After printing, all the pane! keys are disabled
until the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator lights.
* When the operation panel of the TWAIN driver
is displayed, printing is not available.
* You cannot stop printing after printing starts.
Do not attempt to stop printing.
* Do not turn off the power of the electronic
board or unplug the USB cable before printing
finishes. It may cause the computer operation
to become unstable.
* A maximum 9 copies are available.
* The output port can hold up to 10 sheets of
copied paper. (Note that exceeding the output
port’s capacity may result in paper jams.)
* The Contrast Key is not effective for adjusting
the contrast of print.
* When printing almost black pages
continuously uniform color density and light
line streaks may appear. In such a case, try
again after waiting a while.
* When the unit falls in abnormal condition
during printing, printing jobs {jobs in the
spooler) may be lost. In such a case, print
again.
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Daily Care and Maintenance
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E Cleaning the screen and the unit
E Caring for the eraser
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Gently wipe the screen film and unit with a water-
dampened cloth that has been thoroughly wrung.
» Use a kitchen cleaner diluted with water for hard-to-
clean stains.
+ If you accidentally write on the board with an oil-based
marker, wipe with a small amount of ethyl alcohol.
* Use a neutral kitchen cleaner diluted with water for
hard-to-clean stains. (If you accidentally write on the
screen with an oil-based marker, wipe with a small
amount of ethyl alcohol.)
* Do not use thinner, benzine or cleaners containing
abrasives as this may result in discoloration.
* Do not wipe the screen film with a dry cloth as this may
generate a static charge.
When the erasing surface of the eraser becomes
dirty, hold down the sheet under the top sheet with
your finger and peel off the dirty sheet by pulling in
the direction of the arrow.
* When the eraser becomes thin, make sure that the
corners of the eraser do not strike the screen during
erasing as this may damage the screen.
E Cleaning the printer head, platen roller and pick-up roller
If black streaks appear on the copy, clean the printer head and the platen roller.
If paper jams occur frequently, clean the pick-up roller.
1
32
Push down the printer open lever and open the
printer door.
Daily Care and Maintenance
Cotton swab
Printer head
(Gold)
| Clean the Printer Head |
Dampen the tip of a cotton swab in ethyl alcohol
and gently wipe the printer head.
* Never touch the printer head or the surrounding area
with your hands as this may disable copying.
Pick-up roller
Platen roller
| Clean the Platen Roller and the Pick-up Roller |
Remove the thermal transfer film with both hands
and carefully wipe any dirt or stains off the platen
roller and pick-up roller.
* For details on removing the thermal transfer film, see
page 16.
* Dampen a soft cloth with neutral kitchen cleaner
diluted in water, wring the cloth thoroughly, and wipe
the entire surface of the rollers while rotating them. If
this does not remove all dirt, wipe with a cloth
dampened with ethyl alcohol.
Install the thermal transfer film in its original
position and close the printer door.
* For details on installing the thermal transfer film, see
pages 10, 11.
* Close the printer door firmly until a click is heard.
* If “ - ” is displayed on the Multi-Copy/Error Indicator
when the power is turned on, this indicates that the
thermal transfer film has not been installed properly or
that there is slack in the thermal transfer film. Check
the condition of the thermal transfer film and for slack
in the thermal transfer film.
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Troubleshooting
Treat problems according to the information given in the table below. If problems still persist, call your dealer for
service.
Symptom . Care and Remedy | Page |
Power switch is on but the Check that the power plug is securely plugged in. _
indicator is off. (If the indicator still does not light, turn the power off and on again.)
The unit is out of copy paper or thermal transfer film. (The Error 12
Indicator flashes “FP "or “ ".) 16
=> Insert copy paper or replace the thermal transfer film.
The printer door is open. (The Error Indicator flashes “d ".) 11
Copied copy paper will not => Close the printer door firmly until a click is heard.
come out. Paper is jammed in the printer. (The Error Indicator flashes “ y ”. 17
=> Open the printer door and remove the jammed paper.
The platen roller and pick-up roller are dirty.
=> Open the printer door and wipe the platen roller and the pick-up 32
roller to clean them.
The writing on the screen is too thin or light. _
Nothing is printed on the => Make thicker, darker lines or change to a new marker.
paper or copies are faint or
blurred. The printer door is slightly open. 11
= Close the printer door firmly until a click is heard.
The printer head or platen roller is dirty.
= Open the printer door and clean any dirt off the printer head and 32
Black streaks or blank platen roller.
(unprinted) spots appear on | The thermal transfer film is wrinkled because it was set in place without
the copy (copy paper is dirty). | removing excess slack. 10
=> Rewind the used portion of the thermal! transfer film to remove the
excess slack, then reattach it.
A black or white porzontal The unit is in strong sunlight or strong lighting. _
© app pag => Change the direction of the screen or block the light.
prints in black or blank.
The USB driver or printer The Panaboard has not been registered in [Control Panel]-fScanners
driver does not work properly | and Cameras] and [Printers]. 23-27
immediately after the => Run “UB-5xxx\Uninstal\UB5Uninst.exe” in the CD-ROM to
installation of the software. uninstall the drivers from the computer. Then, install the drivers.
Check that the electronic board is in the condition that enables _
The computer does not operation or that the USB cable is connected properly.
recognize the electronic
board. The electronic board is connected via a USB hub. _
=» Do not connect via a USB hub.
The screen does not Static electricity was generated when the screen film was wiped.
advance when the Copy or -
=> Turn off the power and slowly move the screen by hand.
Advance Key is pressed.
nn The time to replace the thermal transfer film is approaching. (Only
Contrast/Remaining about 15 more sheets may be copied.) 16
Film Indicator flashes.
=> Prepare a new replacement film (UG-6001).
Troubleshooting
EH Meanings of error codes
The following table describes the meaning of each of the symbols which may flash in the Multi-Copy/Error
Indicator.
- Tr vv and о e TA 7 ges
Indication’ Cause :
L
L Data transfer error Connect the USB cable securely. 22
(Error)
| Remove any chart paper attached to
A The screen wili not move. the screen and slowly move the -
(Screen) screen by hand.
=! The printer door is not closed .
Li securely Close the printer door securely. 11
(door) |
} ! Paper jam Open the printer door and remove 17
da J the jammed paper.
am
- The thermal transfer film is stack, has remove ine sack rom the thermal 10
J run out or is not installed. ‚ ре 16
(ribbon) thermal transfer film.
Li
) Qut of paper Load copy paper. 12
(Paper)
= The scanner or screen is in strong Change the direction of the screen or _
suntight or strong lighting. block the light.
(Scanner Failure)
If other indications such as “ ” appear, call your dealer.
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Specifications
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A | Power supply
AC 100 - 120 V, 50/60 Hz
| Power consumption
| (Operational)
14A
| External dimensions
| (Height x Width x Depth,
| without stand)
1334 mm x 1735 mm
x 212 mm
(4'4'2"x 5'8%6"x 8''/2")
1334 mm x 1372 mm
x 212 mm
(4'4'/2"x 4'6"x 8/22”)
© { Mass (without stand/
a | with board attachment)
25 kg (55.1 Ibs.) 27 kg (59.5 Ibs.)
f Ambient operating conditions
Temperature: 10-35° C (50-95°F)
Humidity: 30-80% RH
Writing implements
Dry erase felt-tipped markers (black, red, and blue)
Panel dimensions
(Height x Width)
900 mm x 1625 mm
(2'11716" x 5'3%1/02")
900 mm x 1262 mm
(2'117/16" x 4'1'/167)
| Panel surfaces 2
a | Panel advance system Endiess scroll type
Copying area (Height x Width) 850 mm x 1250 mm 850 mm x 1613 mm
7 3 (2'9'%22"x 4'17/32") (2'9'%/за" х 53/20")
; * 1 Scanning system Image sensors
; Printing system Fusion thermal transfer type
Ë Copy paper Standard or recycled paper
| Copy paper size Letter [216 mm x 279.4 mm (8'/2"x 11")]
- Copy density 8 dots/mm (203 dots/inch)
Output Copy color Black
Block - Contrast adjustment Two levels: Normal/Dark
| J 2-screen compressed copying Yes
Time required for copying 15 s/sheet
| Continuous copies
1 to 9 sheets
:] Paper empty indication
Yes
Bm Option and Separately available
Orffem -| Stand: UE-608005
-| Replacement film:
| Markers:
+ ay - 3
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Separately
Available
Erasers:
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4 x
UG-6001 (Set of 2 rolls [50 m (164 ft.)])
KX-B031 (set of 10 black markers},
KX-B032 (set of 10 red markers),
KX-B033 (set of 10 blue markers)
KX-B042 (set of 6 erasers)
Marker and eraser set: KX-B035 (contains one black, one red, and one blue markers and
one eraser)
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Installation Manual
(for qualified service personnel)
Table of Contents
page
Assembling the ElectronicBoard. ..................... 38
@Accessories forassembling . ........... lL. 38
O Assembly . KR в ке кеквене 39
Electronic Board Operations Check. ........ eee 46
Repacking .......... iii eee 47
Assembling the Optional Stand (UE-608005) ............ 48
QO ACCESSONES «oe ee eee 48
@ Assembly RR 0 49
Wall-mounting .......... eceen ee noreroda ren 52
®Wall-mounting fixture . . ............ a aa ea ana 6 52
®Wall-mountingprocedure. ............ aa 1e 53
® Attaching the wall-mounting fixtures. . . ...................... 54
Before installing this set, please read this manual completely.
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
AWARNING
DO NOT INSTALL THIS OPTION EXCEPT
S QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
ACAUTION
SAFETY CHECK MUST BE DONE BY
INSTALLING THIS OPTION.
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL AFTER
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Assembling the Electronic Board
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WM Accessories for assembling
The package includes the parts for setting up the electronic board shown below. Make sure that all of these parts
are included in the package before proceeding.
* ljlustration/Quantity + : :
Part Name LO de : Le 0 . | ; Remarks
UB-5315 - UB-5815 ‘ lay - |
Board attachment 1
(upper)
[*Wall-mounting
fixture (upper)
Board attachment 1
(lower)
[*Wall-mounting
fixture (lower)]
1
Cover (upper)
1
Cover (lower)
6 6 1* |2** 6 6 | Screen
Page 41, Step 11
Printer
(Long) (Short) с Page 43, Step 17
over (lower)
Screws and spacers Com Dh > Page 45, Step 22
* 1 screw for
UB-5315
For printer ** 2 screws for
For screen | and screen | For cover | For screen | For screen UB-5815
1
Wrench 7 < —
1
Power cord E
1 | Use the wall-mount-
Wall-mounting ing template 1 and 2
template by pasting them
together.
* These names [Wall-mounting fixture (upper)/Wall-mounting fixture (lower)] are used for installing on the wali.
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Assembling the Electronic Board
E Assembly
1 Assemble the optional stand or wall-mounting fixture.
Hl If you are using a stand, refer to page 48.
HB If you are using a wall-mounting fixture, refer to page 52.
2 Remove the electronic board from the shipping box.
Remove the joints, then remove the electronic board from the shipping box.
Board attachment (lower)
Board attachment (upper)
Cover (upper)
(
Manuals, CD-ROM
Thermal transfer film
7 Power cord
Eraser
Cover (lower)
Markers
Screen unit
Printer unit
Caution
* When removing the screen unit, grasp the side cover on either side of screen.
Do not grasp the screen film surface, as this may scratch it.
* The shipping box, cushioning material, and other packing material will be necessary if you ever need to
repackage the electronic board, so do not throw them away.
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3 Collapse the carton box.
Remove the tape on the unopened
side of the carton box, then collapse
the box.
E... Remove the tape.
Carton
4 Remove the protective plastic bags.
Remove the protective plastic bag
from the screen unit and printer unit.
Set those units on the top of collapsed
shipping box and remove the
cushions.
Protective
plastic bag
Screen unit
Cushions
Caution
* Touch the screen film surface gently to avoid
any damage.
Attach the screen unit to the
optional stand or wall mounting
fixture.
if you are using the stand, refer to
page 48.
B If you are using the wail mounting
fixture, refer to page 52.
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6 Hang the screen unit to the board
attachment (upper).
Hold the side covers of the screen unit
and hang two hooks of the screen unit
on the left side of the board
attachment (upper).
Shift the screen unit to the left until it
stops. Confirm the left hook is inserted
into the groove of the board
attachment (upper).
* When hanging the screen unit, set the board
attachment frame at the lowest level.
* Be careful not to catch the screen film on the
board attachment frame.
Board attachment
(upper)
Board
attachment
Frame
Cover (leit)
!
/ Remove the shipping screws.
Remove the upper and lower shipping
screws on the folded screen.
Caution
Remove the lower shipping screw first..
Assembling the Electronic Board
8 Extend the screen unit.
Open the center and right panels of
the screen unit as shown below and
remove the cushion.
Cushion —
fa
Caution
* Touch the screen film surface gently when
opening the screen unit.
9 Unlock the hook.
Unlock the hook connected to the
center and right panels. Extend the
screen unit and remove the cushion
behind the screen.
Lift the right
panel slightly
JN
TI Cushion
Caution
* Touch the screen film surface gently when
opening the screen unit.
and extend it.
1 О Extend the screen unit.
Hang the right hook of the screen unit
on the board attachment (upper).
RN Right hook
CR
Caution
* Touch the screen film surface gently when
opening the screen unit.
1 1 Fix the screen unit.
Fix the left, center and right panels
with the screws and spacers supplied.
To tighten the screws, use the
supplied wrench.
Washer
Screws \
(long)
Screws (short)
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Assembling the Electronic Board
Hl Adjusting the level of the screen
unit (Step 12-15: only for use of
the optional stand)
At the lowest level of the board attachment frame,
the printer cannot be installed. Raise the level of
the screen unit as follows.
* Please lock the casters when you adjustment the
screen height. Refer to Operating Instructions
page 5.
1 Loosen the height adjustment
handles on the board attachment
frame.
A Height
adjustment
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H
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1 3 Hang the step frame on the center
of the reinforce pipe.
Hold the center of the board attachment
(lower) of the board attachment frame from
the back of the screen unit and lift the board
attachment frame by stepping on the step
frame to lift the board attachment frame
smoothly.
When lifting the board attachment frame, be
sure to hold the handle in the center of the
frame.
Board
attachment
(lower)
Reinforce pipe
Step frame
42
1 4 Hang the screen in the desired slots
of the slide plates and tighten the
handles.
Slots for
height Slot for installing
adjustment the screen
(The printer cannot
be attached at this
position.)
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Caution
The screen can be adjusted at 4 levels.
* The lowest level of the board attachment frame
is designed for the installation of the screen, so
the printer cannot be attached at that level. Use
the electronic board at upper 3 levels.
» Make sure to tighten the height adjustment
handles firmly after adjusting the level of the
screen,
+ Confirm both of the screws are hung in the same
height slots.
* Store the step frame by hanging it on the board
attachment (upper). ;
Tr Step frame
Assembling the Electronic Board
1 5 After hanging the screen, fix the
stopper screw.
This prevents the user from adjusting
the screen height at the lowest level by
mistake.
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Stopper screw —”
[GO Screw (short)
See page 48.] | |
1 6 Attach the printer unit.
Hang the hooks of the printer unit on
the square holes of the board
attachment (lower).
Board attachment (lower)
Printer unit
Caution
* When attaching the printer unit, make sure the
cable is not caught between the metallic frame
and the printer unit.
1 / Tighten the screws for the printer.
Use four screws for the optional stand
and two screws for the wall mounting.
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Assembling the Electronic Board
1 8 Connect the cables (2) to the screen
panel connectors.
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1 9 Remove the folding support screw
on the front side of the screen unit,
then store the folding support on
the back side.
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44
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20 Attach the cover (upper).
Hook the cover with the projections on
both sides, then cover the top of the
board attachment (upper).
Cover (upper)
2 1 Store the shipping screws for fixing
the screen panels, the screw for the
folding frame and the wrench in the
tool box on the top of the printer.
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support Shipping
screw 7 Screws
Assembling the Electronic Board
7) Attach the cover (lower).
OD Push the cover in the direction of
the arrow until it clicks.
@ Fix the cover with the wing bolt.
(UB-5815 |
only} © À
23 Attach the power cord.
Securely fit the supplied power cord
into the AC inlet on the printer unit.
AC inlet
Power cord
Caution
* The power cord should be held in the cord
holder.
Cord holder
4 Attach the rear cover. (only for use
of the optional stand)
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* After peeling off the cover sheets of the
adhesive tapes, attach the rear cover to the
board attachments (upper/iower) while
matching the top edges of them. Then install
the rivets
* The rear cover and rivets are supplied with
the optional stand.
2 5 Wipe the screen film surface.
Soak a soft cloth with water, wring
well, and wipe the screen film surface.
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Caution
* Do not wipe the screen film surface with paint
thinner, benzene, or cleaners that contain
abrasives, Doing so may cause discoloration.
* Do not wipe the screen film surface with a dry
cloth. Doing so may create static electricity.
2 6 Check the operations.
Refer to “Electronic Board Operations
Check” on page 46.
45
Electronic Board Operations Check
After assembling the electronic board, perform the procedures presented in the following table to make sure it
* Pointsto Check > °° 0%"
Step . . . — ee ter
a Symptom “Solutions
1 | Turn on the power switch. “ -” flashes after “5” lights up. | (Normal operation)
(If not) Check power cord and cables.
(See step 23 on page 45 and
step 18 on page 44.)
2 | Open the printer door and attach “£7” flashes. (Normal operation)
the accessory thermal transter film, | (if not) Check thermal transfer film.
then close the printer door.
o Installing Thermal Transfer Film
procedure (refer to the Operating
Instructions page 10, 11)
3 | Open the paper cover and insert “1” lights up. (Normal operation)
close the paper cover.
* Loading Copy Paper procedure
(refer to the Operating
Instructions page 12, 13)
4 | Open the printer door. “y” flashes. (Normal operation)
(If not) Check printer cables.
& | Close the printer door. “1” lights up. (Normal operation)
(If not) Check printer cables.
6 | Press [«). Screen is fed. (Normal operation)
The screen film surface is not | Contact the store or dealer
fed smoothly. from which the unit was
There are strange noises. purchased.
7 | ® Use the accessory marker to “3” lights up and three copies | (Normal operation)
с N are made.
draw a large N filingthe | Three copies are not made. Contact the store or dealer
entire copyable area of the The entire readable area is not | from which the unit was
screen film surface. printed. purchased.
° copyable area (refer 10 the There are strange noises or
Р 9 paper jams during the copying
page 7) process
O) Press (Be) twice. Multiple sheets of paper are
O Press ( a). fed through at the same time.
8 | © Press (=) to move the screen The Contrast/Remaining Film Contact the store or dealer
[| indicator light is not turned on. from which the unit was
film surface. Write letters, etc. - - hased
with the marker. The image is not copied purchased.
ly.
(O) Press (8) once. property
There are strange markings on
© Press (ul the copy sheet
(e.g., stripes or lines).
9 | Press (8) once. The Contrast/Remaining Film Contact the store or dealer from
indicator light is not turned off. | which the unit was purchased.
10 | press ). Two screens are not copied Contact the store or dealer from
properly.
which the unit was purchased.
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Repacking
Perform Assembly Steps 2 through 24 in reverse to repack the electronic board and accessories. Use the joints to
fasten the shipping box to the lower box.
Board attachment (lower)
Board attachment (upper)
Cover (upper)
Manuals, CD-ROM
Thermal transfer film
Power cord
Eraser
Cover (lower)
Markers
Screen unit -
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Assembling the Optional Stand (UE-608005)
E Accessories
The package box for the optional stand includes the parts noted below; please confirm that all parts are present
before beginning installation
No. | Part name ‘ Illustration . | Q'ty No. © Part name — llustratióon * ‘| Q'ty
SS
(1) Base pipe zZ 2 (OM Screw DT 2
Q
Height 7
©) | Reinforce pipe 1 mM adjustment (0 4
handle A
Extension pipe ®
© S Ds 1 ad Nut 4
(For UB-5315)
Extension pipe
@ L = 1 @ Cap 2
(For UB-5815)
© | Side pipe DS 2 || ® | Step trame N> |
Fall-preven- >
Slide plate ;
de pl a 1 go | tion extension 4
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Slide plate
© | (Right >= I “= IS |
Fixing plate 2 Rear cover CID 1
© Screw (long) Ex 12 ©) Rivet д», 6
G | Screw (short)* Umm 11 69 Washer 8
The accessory Wrench is required when disassembling the electronic board; please store it carefully for future use.
*A screw (short) G0 is used for the stopper screw of step 15 on page 43.
eBefore assembly, be sure to lock the casters.
Locking the casters
(Push this side) “wa
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Releasing the lock
Assembling the Optional Stand (UE-608005)
E Assembly
1 Assembling the stand
MB Assembling the fall-prevention extension legs
The fall-prevention extension legs are effective in increasing the safety of the electronic
board.
(8 Fall-prevention extension legs * Caster locks are attached
to the back side.
Caution
+ Install and always set the fall-prevention legs when using the stand.
* When tightening the screw ©, hold the nut @ with pliers.
HB Assembling the stand | rrr
Slide sheet ee
LA
|| @ Side pipe
7 - о | | Extension pipe S ® is used
@ Reinforce pipe 7 for UB-5315.
Extension pipe L @ is used
for UB-5815.
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Slide sheet
* Assemble the side pipes with the slide sheets facing inside.
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Assembling the Optional Stand (UE-608005)
2 Assembling the board attachment frame
Stamp “UL”
Board attachment (upper)
© ou
© Slide plate
(left)
—
Stamp “LL”
Board attachment (lower)
* The board attachments (upper and lower) are supplied with the electronic board.
* Place the board attachments and the slide plates with their stamps facing up and assemble them matching
their same stamps.
3 Attach the board attachment frame to the stand.
=)
42) Height
adjustment
Step A handle
L- Side pipe a
(2) Height
adjustment
e handle
0
L- Side pipe
CZ
к Fr The caster
LL locks are
attached to
ZAS the back side.
Fixing plate = “ The wider side is front.
Step C
Y
Details of the procedures are as follows.
Step A Attach the fixing plate ® to the board attachment frame.
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Assembling the Optional Stand (UE-608005)
Step B Place the screws with the board attachment frame in the grooves of the side
pipes.
Board attachment frame
Side pipe
* When the side pipe leans to the inside, stand it up and attach the board attachment frame.
Step C Insert the screws (1 into the side pipes from the inside.
Fixing plate _ Side pipe
(9 Screw X ;
-
Step D Install and secure the height adjustment handles (2. a 5
Step E Fix the caps © to the side pipes. =
0 *
3 1
4 Assemble and install the electronic board. =:
Refer to pages 39 to 45. £
Nero
5 Insert and keep the wrench in the holder on the cover lower.
Wrench
Cover (lower)
51
Wall-mounting
E Wall.mounting fixture
52
The wall-mounting fixture includes the board attachment (upper and lower) supplied with the unit.
Before attempting installation of this wall-mounting fixture, we strongly recommend consulting with the building
manager, engineer, or architect. The installer needs to know the type of construction used for the wall intended for
this installation and the location of wall studs. Selection of hardware is critical for safe wall-mounting, and
depends on the nature of wall construction. Installation should not occur until this consultation takes place.
Caution
* Do not attach the electronic board to mortared walls. Accidental electric leakage from the wall-mounting
fixture bolts to metal laths or wire laths can cause heat, smoke or a fire.
l. Tools required:
A minimum of four (4) pieces of appropriate wall-support hardware (molley, toggle, etc.)
NOTE: THIS HARDWARE M с LA ВЫ ЗЕ NO LIN DED IN THE YHOU
Drili (and drill bit of correct size) for hardware installation
Screw driver (Both phillips (+) and slotted {—) will be required.)
Tape measure
Tape or thumb-tacks (2 pcs)
Bubble type level
Il. Pre-requisites
1. Before installation, make sure that the wall intended for installation is capable of supporting flush-
mounted.
UB-5315 is 80 kgf (176 Ibs.).
UB-5815 is 95 kef (209 Ibs.).
2. The position of the intended installation is of adequate size for the selected Panaboard.
UB-5315 is 1,334 mm (H) x 1,372 mm (W) (4'4'/2" (H) x 46” (W].
UB-5815 is 1,334 mm (H) x 1,735 mm (W) (4 4'/2” (H) x 58%” (W.
3. An outlet is within 3 m (9'10'/2”), and not located behind the Panaboard.
Wall-mounting
E Wall-mounting procedure
1 Confirm that the wall is strong enough to support the weight of the electronic board.
Caution
The wall must be capable of supporting at least
784N [80 kgf (176 [bs.)] for UB-5315
931N [95 kgf (209 lIbs.)] for UB-5815.
2 Tape the wall-mounting template on the wall.
* When taping the template on the wall, make sure it is level.
3 1) Drill holes in the wall for the wall-mounting fixtures.
2) After removing the wall-mounting template, attach the wall-mounting fixtures
with the appropriate wall-mounting hardware.
812. mm (2'8") for UB-5315
900 mm (2' 117/16") for UB-5815
Board attachment (upper) Wall-mounting
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940 mm So
Board attachment (lower) (3°1") 9.
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(Wall-mounting fixture lower) =.
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Remove the .
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Remove the
edge cover.
Wall-mounting hardware
* Refer to the section “Attaching the watl-mounting fixtures” (page 54) for drilling in the wall and attaching the
mounting fixtures.
* Refer to steps 2 to 23 on pages 39 to 45 for attaching the printer and the screen.
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Wall-mounting
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H Attaching the wall-mounting fixtures
The electronic board must be mounted with the method most suited to the material of the wall.
Three methods are presented here.
(Other options may be available in your area.)
e Attaching to metal or concrete walls
Stud plugs (sold in stores) are needed.
Drill bit Drill four holes in the wall.
For the correct hole size, refer
to the instructions for the
particular stud plugs used.
Metal or concrete
wall
Stud plug
L
PDT IT <= Insert a stud plug in each hole.
Wali-mounting
fixture Insert each bolt through a hole
Bolt in the wall-mounting fixture and
tighten until the wall-mounting
fixture is securely fixed to the
wall.
® Attaching to plasterboard walls
Split-wing toggles (sold in stores) are needed.
Split-wing toggle | Insert each bolt through a hole
Plasterboard Wall-mounting in the wall-mounting fixture and
fixture into the hole in the wall beneath
Bolt so that the arms of the split-
wing toggle are horizontal. For
the correct hole size, refer to the
instructions for the particular
split-wing toggles used.
After the arms expand, pull the
wall-mounting fixture out until
the arms of the split-wing toggle
grip firmly into the wall.
Tighten each bolt until the wall-
mounting fixture is securely
fixed to the wall.
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® Attaching to wooden walls
Use wood screws (sold in stores).
Wall-mounting fixture
Wood screw
Wooden wall
Wall-mounting
For the correct hole size, refer
to the instructions for the
particular wood screws used.
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