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P3PC-E167-01EN
fi-4860C Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the fi-4860C Duplex Color Scanner.
The fi-4860C is an image scanner designed to scan various documents in large
quantities. FUJITSU fi series image scanners are known for its high reliability and
this scaner is no exceptions. The fi-4860C is designed to give you the best results
for your scnning need.
The fi-4860C has the following features.
High speed, high quality color scanning capabilities
Scans documents of A4 size at the speed of 60ppm/120ipm (200dpi).
Highly reliable document handling
Accepts various thicknesses, sizes and types of documents.
Production ready
High capacity hopper (500sheets, 20lb(75g/m2) A4 size) and imprinter
options. Duplex capability is provided as standard.
About this manual
The manual provides the following information.
1. BASIC OPERATIONS
This chapter describes basic scanner operations and basic document
scanning.
2. SCANNING DOCUMENTS
This chapter describes how to scan various type of documents.
3. DAILY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
4. REPLACING CONSUMABLES
This chapter describes how to replace scanner consumables.
5. SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
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This chapter describes how to remedy document jams, other trouble,
items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the
scanner, and how to check device labels.
6. ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONST
This chapter describes about documents can be used with this scanner.
7. OPERATOR PANEL MENUS
This chapter describes about Setup-mode and Test-mode.
8. OPTIONS
This chapter describes about options.
9. SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter lists the scanner specifications.
The “Installation Guide” is attached to this Scanner.
This guide icontains necessary information for the scanner and the driver
installation, please also read the Installation Guide.
1. SCANNER BASICS
This chapter describes how to prepare the scanner for use.
2. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
This chapter describes how to install and connect the scanner, and how
to install the scanner application.
We hope that this manual is useful in taking full advantage of the fi-4860C Duplex
Color Scanner's features.
August, 2002
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■ Revisions
FCC declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient
or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase
the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect
the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult
the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
•
The use of a non-shielded interface cable
with the referenced device is prohibited.
The length of the parallel interface cable
must be 3 meters (10 feet) or less. The
length of the serial interface cable must be
15 meters (50 feet) or less.
•
The length of the AC cable must be 3
meters (10 feet) or less.
WARNING
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conformme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
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Bescheimigung des Herstellers / Importeurs
Hiermit wird bescheinigt, daß der/dieldas
• fi-4120C
in Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der
• AmtsblVfg
243/1991 funkentstört ist. Der Deutschen Bundesport wurde das
Inverkehrbringen dieses Gerätes angezeigt und die Berechtigung zur Überprüfung
der Serie auf Einhaltung der Bestimmungen eingeräumt.
• Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung
3. GS GV, 18.01.1991:Der höchste
Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) order weniger gemäß ISO/7779.
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International Energy Star Program
As a participating operator of the International Energy Star Program,
PFU LIMITED. certifies that this product satisfies the requirements
of the International Energy Star Program.
The International Energy Star Program is an international program
for promoting energy conservation in computers and other office equipment. The
purpose of this program is to promote the development and propagation of products
provided with functions for efficiently limiting energy consumption. Operators opt to
participate in this program on a voluntary basis. Equipment covered by this program
are computers, displays, printers, facsimiles, copiers, and other office equipment.
The standards for each of these equipment Energy Star mark (
) are unified by
each participating country.
Use in High-safety Applications
This product has been designed and manufactured on the assumption that it will be
used in office, personal, domestic, regular industrial, and general-purpose
applications. It has not been designed and manufactured for use in applications
(simply called "high-safety applications" from here on) that directly involve serious
danger to life and health when an extremely high degree of safety is required, for
example, in the control of nuclear reactions at nuclear power facilities, automatic
flight control of aircraft, air traffic control, operation control in mass-transport
systems, medical equipment for sustaining life, and missile firing control in weapons
systems, and when provisionally the safety in question is not ensured. The user
should use this product without adopting measures for ensuring safety in such highsafety applications. FPU Co., Ltd. assumes no liability whatsoever for damages
arising from use of this product by the user in high-safety applications, and for any
claims or compensation for damages by the user or a third party.
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About the use of mercury
Scanner lamp includes mercury.
Too avoid unexpected injury, read the followings carefully.
Doing following actions may result in serious personal injuries:
• Put
the substance in the lamp into mouth as it contains mercury.
• Vaporize,
crumb, condense the scanner.
• Aspirate
the chemical liquid containd in scanner parts.
Dispose of the scanner should be conducted as required by local ordinances or
regulations.
Illegal Copying
Copying of bank notes, currency, government-issued bonds and passports, licenses
and permits issued by public and private organizations, official documents, private
documents, etc. is illegal and punishable by law.
Copyright
Copyright items such as books, paintings, wood block prints, maps, drawings,
photographs, etc. cannot be reproduced without the permission of the rightful
person except in individual or domestic applications, or in other similar applications
within a limited scope.
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Trademarks
Microsoft®, Windows® and Windows NT® are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation of the USA and other respective countries.
ISIS® is a registered trademark of Pixel Translations, A Division of Actionpoint Inc.
Adobe and the Adobe logo as well as Acrobat and the Acrobat Logo are trademarks
of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Other product names referred to in this manual are registered trademarks or
trademarks of respective companies.
How Trademarks Are Indicated In This Manual
References to operating systems (OS) are indicated as follows:
Windows® 95:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system.
Windows® 98:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system.
Windows® Me:
Refers to Refers to Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition
operating system.
Windows® 2000: Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional operating
system.
Windows® XP:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating
system, and Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating
system.
Windows NT®:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows NT® operating system Version4.0.
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the above operating
system, the general term "Windows® " is used.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright© PFU LIMITED 2002.
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■ Preface
Safety Precautions
This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and correct use of
this product. Thoroughly read this manual before you start to use this product. In
particular, be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Precautions described in
this manual before you use this product.
Also, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use
of this product.
Warning Indications Used In This Manual
This manual uses the following indications to ensure safe and correct use of this
product, and to prevent possible danger and injury to the operator and other
persons.
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CAUTION
This indication alerts operators to an operation that, if not strictly observed, may result in
severe injury or death.
WARNING
This indication alerts operators to an operation that, if not strictly observed, may result in
safety hazards to personnel or damage to
equipment.
Symbols Used In This Manual
This manual uses the following symbols in explanations in addition to warning
indications.
ATTENTION
This symbol alerts operators to particularly
important information. Be sure to read this information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice
regarding operation.
HINT
A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care
and attention is required.
The drawing inside the triangle shows the specific
caution.
A CIRCLE with a diagonal line inside shows
action which users are not
allowed to do.The drawing inside or under the circle shows the specific
action that is not allowed.
R
Outline characters on a colored background
shows instructions users
should follow. It may include the drawing which
shows the sepecific
instruction.
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Screen Examples In This Manual
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change without notice in the
interest of product improvement.
If the actual displayed screen differs from the screen examples in this manual,
operate by following the actual displayed screen referring to the User's Manual of
the scanner application you are using.
Furthermore, the screenshots in this manual are for the FUJITSU TWAIN32
scanner driver and the Image Capturing Software Utilities "ScandAll 21" for
Microsoft® Windows®.
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■ Safety Precautions
WARNING
The following describes important warnings described in this manual.
Do not touch the AC cable with wet hands.
Do not insert or disconnect the power plug with wet
hands. Doing so might cause electric shock.
Do not damage the AC cable.
A damaged AC cable might cause fire or electric
shock.
Do not place heavy objects on AC cables, or pull,
bend, twist, heat, damage or modify AC cables.
Also, do not use damaged AC cables or power
plugs, and AC cables or power plugs when the
power outlet fitting is loose.
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables.
Failure to use the included so might cause electric
shock and equipment failure.
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Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage. Do not connect
to multiple-power strips.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power
voltage. Improper power voltage so might cause fire
or electric shock.
Also, do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Wipe any dust from the power plug.
Wipe off any dust from metal parts on the power plug
or metal fittings with a soft, dry cloth. Accumulated
dust might cause fire or electric shock.
Do not install in locations subject to oil smoke, steam, humidity, and
dust.
Do not install the scanner in locations subject to oil
smoke, steam, humidity, and dust. Doing so might
cause fire or electric shock.
Do not use the scanner if you smell strange odor.
If you sense heat coming from devices or detect
other malfunctions such as smoke, strange smells or
strange noises, immediately press down the power
button to turn off the scanner and then disconnect its
power plug.
Make sure that the smoke has disappeared, and
then contact the agent where you bought the
scanner.
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Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged.
If the scanner is damaged for any reason, press
down the power button the scanner and unplug the
power cable before contacting the authorized agent.
Do not allow liquids to get inside the scanner.
Do not insert or drop foreign metal objects in to the
scanner.
Do not scan wet document or document with paper
clips.
Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet.
If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids,
etc.) get inside the scanner, immediately press down
the power button to turn off the scanner and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.
Then contact the agent where you bought the scanner or Maintenance Service Center.
Pay particular attention to this warning in households where there are small children.
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Do not touch the inside of the scanner unless necessary.
Do not disassemble or modify the scanner. The
inside of the scanner contains high-voltage
components. Touching these components might
cause fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
The following describes important cautions described in this manual.
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Install the scanner on a desk so that none of its parts
protrude outside of the desktop. Also, make sure
that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface.
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Install the scanner on a level surface that is free of
vibration to prevent it from tilting.
Firmly insert the power plug.
Firmly insert the power plug into the power outlet as
far it can go.
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Do not block the ventilation ports.
Do not block the ventilation ports. Blocking the
ventilation ports generates heat inside of scanner,
resulting in fire or scanner failure.
Do not place heavy objects or climb on top of the scanner.
Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or use
the scanner's top surface for performing other work.
Improper installation might cause injuries.
Before moving the scanner, disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet.
Do not move the scanner with the power and
interface cables connected as this might damage the
cables, causing fire, electric shock or injuries.
Before moving the scanner, be sure to disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet, and
disconnect connector cables. Also, make sure that
the floor is free of obstructions.
Protect the scanner from static electricity.
Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields
and other sources of noise. Also, protect the
scanner from static electricity as this might cause the
scanner to malfunction.
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Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner.
Do not use aerosol sprays, for example, to clean the
scanner. Air sprayed from aerosol sprays causes dirt
and dust to enter the scanner, resulting scanner
failure and malfunction.
Avoid any contact when scanner is in use.
Avoid any contact when scanner is operating as this
may cause injuries.
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet when the scanner is
not used for a long period of time.
When the scanner is not used for a long period of
time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet for safety's sake.
Do not install the scanner in the direct sunlight.
Do not install the scanner in the direct sunlight or
near heating apparatus. Doing so might cause heat
to build up inside the scanner, causing fire or
scanner trouble. Install the scanner in a wellventilated location.
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Do not carry out alone.
When you carry the scanner, never carry out alone.
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■ Fujitsu Group Offices
Please send your comments on this manual or on Fujitsu products to the following
addresses:
FUJITSU COMPUTER PRODUCTS OF
AMERICA, INC.
2904 Orchard Parkway, San Jose, CA
95134-2009, U.S.A.
Phone: (1-800)591-5924;
(1-408)432-6333
Technical Assistance Center:
(1-800)626-4686
Fax: (1-408)894-1709
Website: http://www.fcpa.com/
E-mail: info@fcpa.fujitsu.com
FUJITSU CANADA, INC.
2800 Matheson Boulevard East,
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4X5, Canada
Phone: (1-905)602-5454
Fax: (1-905)602-5457
Website: http://www.fujitsu.ca/
E-mail: imaging@fujitsu.ca
(For Sales Questions)
scantech@fujitsu.ca
(For technical questions)
FUJITSU EUROPE LTD.
Hayes Park Central, Hayes End Road,
Hayes Middlesex UB4 8FE, U.K.
Phone: (44-208)573-4444
Fax: (44-208)573-2643
Website: http://www.fujitsueurope.com/
E-mail: iwebmaster@fujitsu-europe.com
FUJITSU DEUTSCHLAND GMBH.
Frankfurter Ring 211, 80807 München
40, Germany
Phone: (49-89)323-78-0
Fax: (49-89)323-78-100
Website: http://de.fujitsu.com/
E-mail: webmaster@fujitsu.de
FUJITSU ITALIA S.p.A.
Via Nazario Sauro, 38
20099 Sesto San Giovanni (Milan), Italy
Phone: (39-02)26294-1
Fax: (39-02)26294-201
Website: http://www.fujitsu-europe.com/
FUJITSU ICL ESPAÑA, S.A.
Camino Cerro de los Gamos, 1 28224,
Pozuelo de Alarcon, Madrid, Spain
Phone: (34-91)784-9000
Fax: (34-91)784-9379
Website: http://www.fujitsu-europe.com/
E-mail: imagemaster@mail.fujitsu.es
FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LTD.
Fujitsu House 2 Julius Avenue
North Ryde, N.S.W 2113 Australia
Phone: (61-2)9776-4555
Fax: (61-2)9776-4019
Website: http://au.fujitsu.com/
FUJITSU ASIA PTE.LTD.
20 Science Park Road, #03-01, Tele
Teck Park Singapore Science Park II,
Singapore 117674
Phone: (65)777-6577
Fax: (65)771-5499
Website: http://sg.fujitsu.com/
E-mail: inquiry@fcsl.fujitsu.com.sg
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FUJITSU TAIWAN LTD.
19th Fl., No39, Sec.1,Chung-hwa Rd.,
Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C.
Phone: (886-2)2311-2255
Fax: (886-2)2311-2277
Website: http://tw.fujitsu.com/
FUJITSU HONG KONG LTD.
10/F., Lincoln House, 979 King's Road,
Taikoo Place, Island East, Hong Kong
Phone: (852)2827-5780
Fax: (852)2827-4724
Website: http://hk.fujitsu.com/
E-mail: scanner@fujitsu.com.hk
FUJITSU SYSTEMS BUSINESS
(THAILAND) LTD.
12th Fl., Olympia Thai Tower, 444
Rachadapisek Road, Samsennok,
Huay kwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand
Phone: (662)512-6066
Fax: (662)512-6068
Website: http://th.fujitsu.com/
FUJITSU KOREA LTD.
5-11 Fl., Coryo Finance Center Building,
Youido-Dong 23-6, Young DungPo-gu,
Seoul, Korea, 150-010
Phone: (82-2)3787-6159
Fax: (82-2)3787-6164
Website: http://kr.fujitsu.com/
E-mail: webmaster@fkl.fujitsu.co.kr
FUJITSU MALAYSIA SDN.BHD.
7th FL., Wisma Damansara, Jalan
Semantan 50490 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
Phone: (60-3)254-3644
Fax: (60-3)253-3940
Website: http://my.fujitsu.com/
FUJITSU PHILIPPINES, INC
2nd Fl., United Life Building, Pasay
Road, Legaspi Village Makati,
Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone: (63-2)812-4002
Fax: (63-2)817-7576
Imaging Products Division,
PFU LIMITED
Solid Square East Tower, 580 Horikawacho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi,
Kanagawa 212-8563, Japan
Phone: (81-44)540-4658
Fax: (81-44)540-4639
Website: http://
imagescanner.fujitsu.com/
E-mail: scanners@pfu.fujitsu.com
PFU LIMITED
(Corporate headquarters)
Nu 98-2 Unoke, Unoke-machi,
kahoku-gun, Ishikawa 929-1192, Japan
Phone: (81-76)283-1212
Fax: (81-76)283-4689
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CONTENTS
1 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS .......................... 1
Turning the Scanner ON ....................................................................2
Waking up the Scanner from the Power Save Mode .........................5
Basic Operation of the Operator Panel ..............................................6
Setting the Stacker ..........................................................................13
Setting the Stacker Extension .........................................................15
Loading Documents on the Hopper .................................................16
Inserting Documents Manually ........................................................19
Scanning Documents ......................................................................21
2 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS 25
Scanning Different-size Documents ................................................26
Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format .........................................27
Removing a Color from Scanned Image (dropout color) .................32
3 DAIRY CARE ........................................................ 35
Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning ..........................36
Cleaning the Pad .............................................................................39
Cleaning the Rollers ........................................................................42
Cleaning the Transport Path ............................................................58
Cleaning the Discharge Brush .........................................................60
Cleaning the Glass Surface .............................................................65
Cleaning the Sensors ......................................................................71
Cleaning the Lamps .......................................................................77
4 REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES ................ 85
Consumables and Replacement Cycle ...........................................86
How to check the Consumable Counter ..........................................87
Replacing the Pad ASSY ................................................................88
Replacing the Pick Roller Unit .........................................................93
Replacing the Brake Roller Unit ......................................................95
Replacing the Front-side Lamp .......................................................98
Replacing the Back-side Lamp ......................................................103
5 SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS ..................... 107
Clearing Document Jams ..............................................................108
Troubleshooting .............................................................................115
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Before Contacting a Service Provider ...........................................138
Labels on the Scanner ..................................................................141
6 ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS ................ 143
Document Size ..............................................................................144
Document Quality ..........................................................................145
Hole-punching Prohibited Areas ....................................................148
Print Prohibited Area .....................................................................149
Grounding Color Areas ..................................................................150
Job Separation Sheet ....................................................................151
7 SETUP MODE ..................................................... 153
Setup Mode ...................................................................................154
Test Mode .....................................................................................213
8 OPTIONS............................................................. 231
Options ..........................................................................................232
fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter) .................................................233
fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter) ..................................................234
9 SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS............................ 235
Basic Product Specifications .........................................................236
Installation Specifications ..............................................................237
Dimensions ....................................................................................239
Appendix 1 Drop-Out Color ............................................ AP-1
Appendix 2 Double-feed Detection Conditions............. AP-2
Appendix 3 Messages of Operator Panel ...................... AP-4
INDEX ..................................................................................IN-1
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1
BASIC SCANNER
OPERATIONS
This chapter describes basic scanner operations.
This chapter explains operations using the screens of Windows® XP.
Depending on the OS, your PC's screen shots and the operation may
be different from this manual. Please be aware that when FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 scanner data source is updated, the screens and
operations noted in this chapter may be changed slightly. In such
case, please refer to the User's Guide provided with the update.
1.1 Turning the Scanner ON .......................................................2
1.2 Waking up the Scanner from the Power Save Mode ..........5
1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel .............................6
1.4 Setting the Hopper ..............................................................13
1.5 Setting the Stacker ..............................................................14
1.6 Setting the Stacker Extension............................................16
1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper...................................17
1.8 Inserting Documents Manually ..........................................20
1.9 Scanning Documents..........................................................22
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1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
■ Turning the power on
1. Press "I" side of the main line switch located on the back of the scanner.
Power On
Main line
switch
(Rear View)
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1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
2. Press the power button on the operator panel
The power turns on and the green Power LED at the operator panel lights.
Operator panel LCD shows "Ready" to indicate the scanner is in the READY state.
Power Button
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BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
3
■ Turning the Power off
1. Press and hold down the Power button for two seconds or longer.
2. Press "O" side of the main line switch located on the back of the scanner.
Power Off
Main line
switch
(Rear View)
4
1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
1.2 Waking up the Scanner from the
Power Save Mode
The Power Save Mode keeps the scanner in a low powered state.
If no operation is performed on the scanner for a while (15 minutes to 60 minutes depending on
the timer setup), the scanner automatically switches to the Power Save Mode.
In the Power Save Mode, the operator panel LCD display goes out. The green LED stays lit.
To wake up the scanner from the Power Save Mode, perform one of the following:
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1.2 Waking up the Scanner from the Power Save Mode
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
- Load documents on the hopper
- Press a button, except Power button, on the operator panel
- Send a command from the PC
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1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator
Panel
This basic operation include how to enter setup mode and test mode.
■ Clearing errors
When an user recoverable error occurs, Check LED blinks to alarm you and its error message is displayed on the LCD. Here is an example of an error message.
D
Press
u
b
l
e
F
e
e
d
button to clear the blinking after the cause of the error is removed.
HINT
6
o
You can not clear errors with Check LED lit. They
are not user recoverable and Check LED stays lit.
1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel
■ Lifting or lowering the hopper
When the scanner has no error state (Check LED is not lit), pressing
lifts the hopper and pressing
CAUTION
(Previous button)
(Next button) lowers the hopper.
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BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
During hopper height adjustment, do not
touch the hopper table or do not put anything on the hopper table to prevent your
fingers from getting caught.
If something is caught in the mechanism,
the scanner may be damaged.
The function is valid when:
- Read LED is not lit
- The scanning operation is not in progress
- The scanner is not in test mode (excluding Single feed and Multi feed)
- The scanner is not in setup mode
The hopper stops at the pick position or at the 250-, or 500-sheet position, depending on the
hopper height adjustment in setup mode. At the pick position, the top paper of stack (the
hopper table when no paper is loaded on the hopper) is aligned to the Pick roller. At the 250sheet position, for example, the hopper table can load about 250 sheets of paper. Each time
you press
(Previous button) or
position. By pressing
the pick position.
(Next button), the hopper lifts or lowers by one
(Previous button) when loading documents, the hopper lifts up to
1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel
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■ Clearing the consumables replacement message
This scanner has the consumables counters to estimate life of the consumables. When one
of the consumables counters, a counter for the Pad ASSY, the Pick roller unit, the Brake
roller unit, the Front-side lamp or the Back-side lamp reaches the pre-set value, the LCD
shows a message that the consumable may be expired. Here is an example of error messages.
A
b
r
a
t
i
o
n
a
l
a
r
m
Enter setup mode. (For the details on how to enter the setup mode, refer to "Chapter 7
OPERATOR PANEL MENUS"
Keep pressing
(Next button) until the LCD shows the following message.
!
=
0
X
4
X
X
A
X
b
X
r
X
a
s
R
i
E
o
S
n
E
T
C
/
N
N
T
O
From this screen, you can select the consumable counter to reset. For the details on how to
clear consumable counter, please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details,” “9. Abrasion
counter reset.”
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1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel
■ Using the setup and the test modes.
This scanner has the setup mode to customize the setup conditions, and test mode to test
the scanner offline.
There are two types of setup mode: Online setup mode that can be entered during Ready
status and Offline setup mode that can be entered only when the scanner is offline.
Available functions differ with the two modes. For the details, refer to "Chapter 7
OPERATOR PANEL MENUS"
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To enter these mode, follow the instructions below:
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
- Online setup mode
When LCD indicates Ready status, press
(Next button). The following message
appears.
M
!
Pressing
o
S
d
e
e
t
u
S
p
e
l
M
e
o
c
d
t
e
1
(Enter button), the scanner enters Offline setup mode.
1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel
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1.3 Basic Operations of the Operator Panel
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- To enter test mode, from the [<Mode select>] screen, press
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1.4 Setting the Hopper
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1.4 Setting the Hopper
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1.5 Setting the Stacker
1. Open the stacker.
Stacker
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2. Push the opened stacker table lock into the scanner to fix it in place.
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Push in
HINT
When retracting the stacker, pull out the foldable
table a little then fold it.
1.5 Setting the Stacker
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1.6 Setting the Stacker Extension
1. Grab the center of the blue part of the stacker extension to pull it out.
Stopper
Stacker extension
HINT
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Never grab the stopper and pull out the
stacker extension.
Stopper may be damaged if you pull it.
1.6 Setting the Stacker Extension
1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper
1. Straighten the edges of the documents
1) Straighten the both side edges of the documents.
2. Fan the documents
1) Take the stack of documents with thickness of 15mm to 20mm.
2) Hold both ends and bend the documents into an arch.
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4) Repeat steps 1) to 3) for a few times.
5) Rotate the document 90 degrees, and fan again.
1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper
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BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
3) Firmly holding the document with both hands, bend back the document as follows so
that the bent section rises up in the middle of the document as follows.
3. Load the documents on the hopper.
Place the documents face-up on the hopper table.
4. Adjust the Side guides to the document width.
Pressing the lock lever, slide the Side guides so that they touch the document sides.
If there is a clearance between the document edges and the guides, scanned image may
get skewed.
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1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper
ATTENTION
- Make sure that the document stack is below the
mark inside of the Side guides.
- For loading long documents, extend the hopper
extension.
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- Do not load documents consisting of different sizes.
5. Start up the scanner application and scan the documents.
For the details on hose to scan using ScandAll 21, refer to the section "1.8 Scanning
Documents."
1.7 Loading Documents on the Hopper
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1.8 Inserting Documents Manually
When the scanner is in Manual Mode, set the documents as follows.
1. Lift the Pick roller until it is held by the magnet catch. The hopper table moves up
to feed position.
CAUTION
Be careful not to get your finger or things
caught in the mechanism when the hopper table moves up.
2. Place documents face-up at the center of the hopper table.
HINT
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For information on setting Manual feed timeout, refer to "Chapter 7 OPERATOR PANEL
MENUS."
1.8 Inserting Documents Manually
3. Set the Side guides to the width of the documents to scan. Load the documents so
that the top edge of the documents contacts to the hopper table guide plate.
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1.8 Inserting Documents Manually
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1.9 Scanning Documents
The following shows the procedure for scanning documents using the "ScandAll 21" application
(simply called "ScandAll 21" from here on.)
1. Load the documents on the hopper.
For details on how to load documents, refer to the section "1.6 Loading Documents on
the Hopper."
2. Adjust the stacker table to the document size.
ATTENTION
- When long documents are loaded on the
hopper, extend the stacker extension.
- When short documents are loaded, adjust the
stopper length.
3. Start up ScandAll 21
From [Start] menu, select [Program] - [Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows] - [ScandAll
21]. This starts up ScandAll 21.
4. Select the scanner to use
Select [Select Source] from the [Scan] menu.
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The [Select source] dialog box appears.
Select [FUJITSU fi-4860CEAdij] (WindowsNT®4.0, [FUJITSU TWAIN 32].
Then click [Select].
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5. Click the [Display in scan preview screen] on the tool bar.
The [TWAINDriver] dialog box (screen for setting the scan conditions) appears.
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6. Set the scan resolution, document size and other scan conditions, and click the
[Scan] button.
For the details on settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, refer to the "Scanner Utility
for Microsoft® Windows® User's Guide" on the scanner driver CD-ROM."
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1.9 Scanning Documents
The document is scanned, and an image of the document appears on the ScandAll 21
screen.
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For details on scanning various documents, see "Chapter 2 SCANNING VARIOUS
TYPES OF DOCUMENTS".
For details on ScandAll 21 function and operations, refer to ScandAll 21 Help.
1.9 Scanning Documents
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SCANNING VARIOUS
TYPES OF DOCUMENTS
This chapter describes how to scan various types of documents.
This chapter explains operations using the screens of Windows® XP.
Depending on the OS, your PC's screen shots and the operation may
be different from this manual. Please be aware that when FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 scanner data source is updated, the screens and
operations noted in this chapter may be changed slightly. In such
case, please refer to the User's Guide provided with the update.
2.1 Scanning Different-size Documents ..................................26
2.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format............................27
2.3 Removing a Color from Scanned Image (dropout color).32
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2.1 Scanning Different-size Documents
When you scan a batch of documents with different sizes using ADF, you may get skewed image
from small size documents.
Scanning the documents of the same width is recommended.
The following shows the procedure to scan the batch of mixed size documents.
1. Sort the batch into the stacks of the same width documents.
2. Adjust the side guide to the width of the documents to scan.
3. Separate the job by scanning the same width document stack each time.
For the examples of how to scan the documents, please refer to the section "1.8 Scanning
Documents."
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2.2 Saving Scanned Images in PDF
Format
If you would like to save scanned images in PDF format, please install AdobeQ® Acrobat® 5.0 or
later on your PC.
Adobe Acrobat 5.0 can be installed from the Adobe Acrobat CD-ROM provided.
Following shows the procedure for saving scanned images in PDF format.
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1. Load the documents on the hopper.
2. Start up Adobe Acrobat 5.0.
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SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
Select [Program] - [Adobe Acrobat] from the [Start] menu. This starts up Adobe Acrobat
5.0.
3. Select [Import] - [Scan] in that order from the [File] menu.
[Acrobat Scan Plugin] dialog box is displayed.
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4. Select [FUJITSU fi-4860CEAdij] (WindowsNT®4.0, select [FUJITSU TWAIN 32]) at
[Device] and click [Scan] button.
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[TWAIN driver] dialog box is displayed.
ATTENTION
・Select [Simplex] even if you intend to do duplex
scanning.
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5. Set the scan resolution, document size and other scan conditions, and click the
[Scan] button.
Scanning starts, and a message appears asking if you continue scanning.
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6. To end scanning, click the [Demo] button.
The scanned image is displayed. Save the scanned image in Adobe Acrobat format
(PDF).
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For the details on Adobe Acrobat 5.0 operations, refer to the Adobe Acrobat 5.0manual
and help.
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2.3 Removing a Color from Scanned
Image (dropout color)
A selected color information (primary colors: red, green, blue) can be excluded (dropped out)
from the scanned image data.
For example, if the document contains black texts in green frames, you can set the scanner to get
only the texts and eliminate the green frames.
To drop out a color, change the setting in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box and scan.
The following shows how to change the setting of [TWAIN Driver ] dialog box.
1. Click [[Advance] button in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
The [Advance] dialog box appears.
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2. Select the color to drop out from [Dropout Color] under [More].
For example, if the document contains black texts in green frames, you can set the
scanner to get only the texts and eliminate the green frames.
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3. Click [OK] button.
[TWAIN Driver] dialog box will be redisplayed.
2.3 Removing a Color from Scanned Image (dropout color)
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DAIRY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
WARNING
When you clean the scanner, turn
off the power, and unplug power
cable from the outlet.
3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning ..........36
3.2 Cleaning the Pad .................................................................39
3.3 Cleaning the Rollers............................................................42
3.4 Cleaning the Transport Path...............................................55
3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush ...........................................57
3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface ................................................62
3.7 Cleaning the Sensors..........................................................68
3.8 Cleaning the Lamps ............................................................74
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3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas
Requiring Cleaning
■ Cleaning materials
Cleaning materials
Cleaning sheet
Part No.
Remarks
CA99501-0016
20 sheets/pack
(* 1)
Cleaner F2
CA99501-0014
1 bottle, 100ml/bottle
(* 1)
Isopropyl alcohol or
Cleaner F1
CA99501-0013
Cotton swab
Commercially available
one
Dry cloth
Commercially available
one(* 2)
(* 1)
1 bottle, 50ml/bottle
Moisten cloth with this
fluid and wipe the scanner
to clean.
* 1) Contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased the scanner.
*2) Any lint-free cloth can be used.
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3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning
■ Cleaning Materials and Cleaning Frequency
The following shows the standard cleaning frequency for each area requiring cleaning.
Part to clean
Standard Cleaning Frequency
Pad
Clean every 100,000sheets
Pick roller
Clean every 100,000sheets
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Separation roller
Feed roller
Pinch roller
Paper path
Clean every 200,000sheets
Discharge brush
Clean every 100,000sheets
Removable sheet guide
Clean every 200,000sheets
Glass sheet guide
Document width detection
sensor
Clean every 200,000sheets
SF1
SF1.5
SF2
Front-side Lamp
Clean every 100,000sheets
Back-side lamp
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ATTENTION
HINT
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
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Please clean rollers using the cleaning sheet
every 50,000 sheets.
You must clean the scanner more frequently
when the following documents are scanned.
- Documents of coated paper
- Documents with printed text or graphics
covering almost the entire surface
- Chemically treated documents such as
carbonless paper
Do not use aerosol sprays to clean the scanner.
The air from the spray may cause dirt and dust
enter the scanner mechanism and result scanner
failure and malfunctions.
You must clean the following area more frequently when you use fi-486PRFR or fi-486PRRF
imprinters. The imprinter ink tend to stick to the
document path.
- Removable sheet guide
- Glass sheet guide
- Feed rollers
- Pinch rollers
3.1 Cleaning Materials and Areas Requiring Cleaning
3.2 Cleaning the Pad
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport is
locked before you put your hands inside
of the scanner .
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2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
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3. Pressing down the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at two positions
and pull the plate toward you to remove it.
Pad ASSY
Guide plate
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4. Wipe the translucent rubber part of the Pad ASSY using a cloth moistened with
cleaner F1.
Pad(cleaning area)
Pad ASSY
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Guide plate
5. Install the guide plate in the reverse order of the removal.You should push it down
then the installation can be done smoothly.
6. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
7. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
3.2 Cleaning the Pad
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3.3 Cleaning the Rollers
■ Cleaning the rollers with the cleaning sheet
1. Set the Side guide for B4 size width.
2. Set the scanner in Test mode: For the details of the procedure, refer to the section
"7.5 Test Mode Details."
3. Press
(Next button) to show the following screen.
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5. Place the cleaning sheet on the hopper table, aligning the left side with the hopper
guide and with the adhesive side up. Press
sheet is fed.
6. When [Hopper Empty] is displayed, press
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(Start button), then the cleaning
(Cancel button).
7. Place the same cleaning sheet on the hopper table with adhesive side up by
aligning the right side with the hopper guide. Press
cleaning sheet is fed.
(Start button), then the
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8. When "Hopper Empty" is displayed, press
(Cancel) button.
9. Remove the protective paper from a new cleaning sheet and place it with the
adhesive side face down.
Repeat steps 5 through 8. When the cleaning is completed turn off the power.
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■ Cleaning the Pick Rollers and the Separation Roller
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport and open it.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner .
2. While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide.
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3. Slide the Pick roller unit leftward a little and disengage the right ring form the shaft.
Pick roller unit
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Shaft(hidden)
4. Wipe the Pick rollers (2 positions) and the Separation roller using a cloth
moistened with cleaner F1.
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Pick roller unit
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5. Install the Pick roller unit in the reverse order of its removal.
HINT
When attaching the Pick roller unit, its head sometimes
hang down.
In such case, lift the unit up so that you can install it at the
right position.
Incorrect installation
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6. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
7. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.3 Cleaning the Rollers
■ Cleaning the Brake roller unit
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner .
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2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
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3. Pressing down the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at two positions
and pull the plate toward you to remove it.
Pad ASSY
Guide plate
4. Turn the bail of the Brake roller upward and release the lock.
Brake roller
Bail
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5. Pull the Brake roller toward you to remove it.
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6. Wipe the Brake roller unit using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
Brake roller
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7. Attach a new Pick roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. Attach the roller
unit until it locks in.
8. Install the guide plate in the reverse order of the removal. By pressing the guide
plate down, you can install it smoothly.
9. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide slowly.
10. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.3 Cleaning the Rollers
■ Cleaning the Feed rollers
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
in the locked position before reaching
inside the scanner.
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2. Wipe the feed rollers using a cloth moistened with cleaner F2. Wipe the rollers
thoroughly. If the rollers have black build-ups, the feed reliability is affected.
Metal feed roller(in 12 locations)
CAUTION
Use cleaner F2 only for feed rollers (made
of metal).
3. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.3 Cleaning the Rollers
■ Cleaning the Pinch rollers
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner .
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2. Wipe the pinch rollers using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
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3. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.4 Cleaning the Transport Path
■ Cleaning the Transport path
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is locked before you put your hands
inside of the scanner.
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2. Wipe and clean the whole transport path using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
HINT
Vacuum the transport path if there are paper
dusts in the path.
Transport path
3. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.4 Cleaning the Transport Path
3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
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2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
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3. Slide the Pick roller unit leftward a little and disengage the right ring form the shaft.
Pick roller unit
Ring(hidden)
Shaft(hidden)
4. Pressing down the upper part of the guide plate with your fingers at two positions
and pull the plate toward you to remove it.
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3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush
Pad ASSY
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Guide plate
6. Grab and turn the bail of the Pick roller unit upward and release the lock.
Brake roller
Bail
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7. Pull the Brake roller unit toward you to remove it.
8. Wipe off the dust from the discharge brush. Make sure you clean the two discharge
brushes: one at the Pick roller side, the other at the Pick roller side.
Diselectric brush(for Pick roller unit)
Diselectric brush(for brakeroller)
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9. Attach a new Brake roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that
the Brake roller unit is firmly installed.
10. Install the guide plate in the reverse order of the removal. You should push it
down then the installation can be done smoothly.
11. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide slowly.
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12. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.5 Cleaning the Discharge Brush
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3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface
■ Cleaning of the removable sheet guide
CAUTION
Wait 3 minutes after turning off the
power before touching the Lamp.
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
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Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is locked before you put your hands
inside of the scanner.
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2. Use your index fingers to catch the both ends of the removable sheet guide.
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3. Lift the right side a little first.
4. Shift the sheet guide leftward while lifting it up to remove.
Removable sheet guide
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5. Wipe the both sides of the glass surface using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
6. Attach the removable sheet guide in the reverse order of its removal.
7. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface
■ Cleaning the Glass Sheet Guide
CAUTION
Wait 3 minutes after turning off the power
before touching the Lamp.
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1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
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2. Push down the Glass sheet guide tab toward you.
Glass sheet guide
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3. Wipe the Glass sheet guide using a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
Glass sheet guide
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Tab
4. Lift the tab until the guide locks in. Close the Glass sheet guide. Make sure that the
metal part is fixed firmly.
5. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
3.6 Cleaning the Glass Surface
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3.7 Cleaning the Sensors
■ Cleaning the document detection sensors (6
positions)
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
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Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is in the locked position before reaching
inside the scanner.
2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
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3. Hold the ADF sheet guide with your hand to keep it open.
4. Wipe the six sensor surfaces with a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
Document width sensor(in 6 locations)
5. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
6. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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■ Cleaning SF0 sensor and SF1 sensor.
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
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Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
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3. Hold the ADF sheet guide with your hand to keep it open.
4. Wipe SF0 and SF1 sensor surfaces with a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
SF0 Sensor
SF1 Sensor
5. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
6. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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■ Cleaning of SF1.5 sensor and SF2 sensor
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
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Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
2. Wipe SF1.5 and SF2 sensor surfaces with a cloth moistened with cleaner F1.
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3. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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3.8 Cleaning the Lamps
CAUTION
Never replace the Lamp without
turning off the power.
Wait 5 minutes after turning off
the power before touching the
Lamp.
■ Front-side lamp
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
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3.8 Cleaning the Lamps
Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is locked before you put your hands
inside of the scanner.
2. Pull down the Glass sheet guide tab and open the Glass sheet guide.
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DAIRY CARE
Glass sheet guide
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3. Pulling down the Lamp socket covers attached to the both end of the Lamp sockets
and remove them.
Tab
4. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on
the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit.
Lamp socket
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5. Clean the clear portion of the Lamp with a dry cloth.
Clear portion
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6. Attach the front-side Lamp in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that the
clear portion of the Lamp faces down.
HINT
If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion
facing upward, an error due to insufficient light
occurs.
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7. Attach the Lamp socket cover in the reverse order of its removal. Engage the
socket cover hook to the Lamp frame as shown below, and attach the covers.
8. Close the Glass sheet guide. Make sure that the guide is fixed firmly.
9. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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■ Back-side lamp
1. Pull and open the side cover.
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DAIRY CARE
Side cover
2. Grab the handle (blue part) and pull out the Back-side lamp unit.
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3. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on
the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit.
Lamp socket
Backside lamp unit
4. Clean the clear portion of the Lamp with a dry cloth.
Clear portion
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5. Install the Back-lamp unit in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that the
clear portion of the Lamp faces up.
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DAIRY CARE
HINT
If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion
facing upward, an error due to insufficient light
occurs.
6. Install the Back-lamp in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure the connectors
meet properly.
7. Close the side cover. Confirm that the cover is closed securely.
3.8 Cleaning the Lamps
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4
REPLACEMENT OF
CONSUMABLES
This chapter describes how to replace consumables.
4.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycle..............................86
4.2 How to check the Abrasion Counter..................................87
4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY.....................................................88
4.4 Replacing the Pick Roller Unit ...........................................93
4.5 Replacing the Brake Roller Unit.........................................95
4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp..........................................98
4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp ........................................103
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4.1 Consumables and Replacement
Cycle
The following table lists the Part No. and the standard replacement cycle of the consumables. It is
recommended you stock extra consumables before the ones on the scanner reaches end of life.
The consumables must be replaced periodically. You can check the number of scanned pages
for the Pad ASSY, the Pick roller unit, the Brake roller unit, and Print cartridge, and you can
check the cumulative lamp-on hours for the Lamps by referring to each counter on this scanner.
Descriptions
Part No.
Standard replacement cycle
Lamp
PA83950-0290
1,000 Hours
Pad ASSY
CA04315-G730
300,000 sheets or 1 year
Pick Roller Unit
PA03296-F711
300,000 sheets or 1 year
Brake Roller Unit
CA04315-F705
300,000 sheets or 1 year
Print Cartridge
CA00050-0262
Black ink cartridge
400,000sheets (10 characters/
sheet)
The replacement cycle is based on the printing on A4 woodfree paper or wood containing paper
documents(64g/m2). If the conditions are different for document quality, duty of printing and
cleaning frequency, the replacement cycle may differ.
Please contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased your scanner.
ATTENTION
86
Use the Print cartridge we recommend to ensure
proper operations.
4.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycle
4.2 How to check the Abrasion Counter
■ Checking the counter from the operator panel
The number displayed on the right bottom of LCD in scanner "Ready" status shows the
consumables count. The counter, called as Abrasion counter, shown below indicates the
highest cumulative number of sheets scanned from the last replacement of the PAD
ASSY, the Pick roller unit or the Brake roller unit.
Batch counter
e
a
d
y
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES
R
x
x
Abrasion counter
When the counter is zero, nothing is displayed.
ATTENTION
4.2 How to check the Abrasion Counter
4
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4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
88
Make sure that the upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY
2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
#&(WRRGTUJGGVIWKFG
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#&(TGNGCUGNGXGT
3. Pressing down the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at two
positionsand pull the plate toward you to remove it.
Pad ASSY
Guide plate
4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY
89
Pad(cleaning area)
Pad ASSY
Guide plate
90
4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY
4. Remove the Pad ASSY from the Guide plate.
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4.3 Replacing the Pad ASSY
91
5. Attach a new Pad ASSY to the Guide plate.
ATTENTION
Confirm that the pad is firmly attached to the
guide.
If not attached firmly, paper feed errors such as
document jams may happen.
6. Install the guide plate in the reverse order of the removal. You should push it down
then the installation can be done smoothly.
7. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
8. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
9. Clear the Pad counter.
Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “9. Abrasion counter reset.”
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4.4 Replacing the Pick Roller Unit
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is locked before you put your hands
inside of the scanner.
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2. While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide.
#&(WRRGTUJGGVIWKFG
#&(TGNGCUGNGXGT
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3. Lift up the Pick roller unit a little. Slide the Pick roller unit left and remove the right
ring from its shaft.
4. Attach a new Pick roller unit in the reverse order of its removal.
HINT
When attaching the Pick roller unit, its head sometimes
hangs down.
In such case, lift the unit up so that you can install it at the
right position.
Incorrect installation
Correct installation
5. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
6. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
7. Clear the Pick roller counter.
Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “9. Abrasion counter reset.”
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4.4 Replacing the Pick Roller Unit
4.5 Replacing the Brake Roller Unit
1. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the Upper transport unit
is locked before you put your hands
inside of the scanner.
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2. Pull the ADF release lever toward you and lift up the ADF sheet guide.
#&(WRRGTUJGGVIWKFG
#&(TGNGCUGNGXGT
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3. Pressing down the upper part of the Guide plate with your fingers at two positions
and pull the plate toward you to remove it.
Pad ASSY
Guide plate
4. Turn the bail of the Brake roller upward and release the lock.
Brake roller
Bail
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5. Pull the Brake roller toward you to remove it.
Brake roller
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6. Attach a new Brake roller unit in the reverse order of its removal. Attach the roller
unit until it locks in.
7. Install the Guide plate in the reverse order of the removal. You should push it down
then the installation can be done smoothly.
8. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide slowly.
9. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
10. Clear the Brake roller counter.
Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “9. Abrasion counter reset.”
4.5 Replacing the Brake Roller Unit
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4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp
Never replace the Lamp without
turning off the power.
CAUTION
Wait 5 minutes after turning off the
power before touching the Lamp.
1. Lift the lever located at the right to open the Upper transport unit.
CAUTION
98
Make sure that the Upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp
2. Pull down the Glass sheet guide tab and open the Glass sheet guide.
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Glass sheet guide
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3. Pulling down the Lamp socket covers attached to the both end of the Lamp
sockets and remove them.
Tab
4. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on
the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit.
Lamp socket
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5. Install the Lamp in the reverse order of the removal. Make sure that the clear
portion of the Lamp faces down.
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HINT
If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing upward, an error due to insufficient light
occurs.
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6. Attach the Lamp socket cover in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure that
the metal part is fixed firmly.
7. Close the glass sheet guide. Make sure that the guide is fixed firmly.
8. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
9. Clear the Front-side lamp counter.
Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details”, “9. Abrasion counter reset.”
HINT
102
You can check the cumulative lamp-on hours
from the operator panel Test mode.
For the details, refer to the section "7.5 Test
Mode Details," "3.Display the cumulative lampon hours."
4.6 Replacing the Front-side Lamp
4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp
CAUTION
Never replace the Lamp without
turning off the power.
Wait 5 minutes after turning off
the power before touching the
Lamp.
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1. Pull and open the side cover.
Side cover
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3. Rotate the Lamp a half turn so that the terminals on each end align with the slot on
the Lamp socket and remove the Lamp from the unit.
Lamp socket
Backside lamp unit
4. Attach a new Lamp following the reverse order of old lamp removal. Make sure that
the clear portion of the Lamp faces up.
HINT
104
If the Lamp is installed with the clear portion facing upward, an error due to insufficient light
occurs.
4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp
5. Install the Back-lamp unit in the reverse order of its removal. Make sure the
connectors meet properly.
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REPLACEMENT OF CONSUMABLES
6. Close the side cover. Confirm that the cover is closed securely.
7. Clear the Rear-side lamp counter.
Please refer to the section “7.3 Setup Mode Details,” “9. Abrasion counter reset.”
3
HINT
You can check the cumulative lamp on hours
from the operator panel Test mode.
For the details, refer to the section "7.5 Test
Mode Details," "3.Display the cumulative lampon hours."
4.7 Replacing the Back-side Lamp
105
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5
SOLVING COMMON
PROBLEMS
This chapter describes how to clear document jams, how to remedy
other problems, items to be checked before contacting an authorized
service provider and how to check labels on the scanner.
ATTENTION
For the problems not described in this
manual and the details of errors,
please refer to the “Scanner Utility for
Microsoft®Windows® User's Guide”
on the scanner driver CD-ROM.
5.1 Clearing Document Jams .................................................108
5.2 Troubleshooting.................................................................115
5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider .............................138
5.4 Labels on the Scanner ......................................................141
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5.1 Clearing Document Jams
If a document jam occurs during feeding, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed
documents.
CAUTION
- Be careful not to get injured
during jam removal.
- When removing jammed documents,
be careful not to get your neckties or
necklaces entangled inside the scanners.
- The surface of the glass sometimes
becomes hot during operation.
Take care not to get burned.
■ Removing jams from the hopper or the paper path
1. Remove the documents on the stacker.
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2. Pull up the lever on the right front of the upper transport unit.
CAUTION
Make sure that the upper transport unit is
locked before you put your hands inside of
the scanner.
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3. While pulling the ADF lever toward you, lift up the ADF upper sheet guide.
#&(WRRGTUJGGVIWKFG
#&(TGNGCUGNGXGT
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4. Remove the jammed document.
ATTENTION
- Staples and paper clips etc. can cause
document jams.
Make sure you check the document and the
paper path fully and remove such things before
you start scanning again.
Remove staples and paper clips from the
documents before you start scanning.
5. Lower the ADF upper sheet guide gently.
6. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
■ Removing jams from the eject mechanism.
1. Remove the documents on the stacker.
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2. Pull up the lever on the right front of the Upper transport unit.
#&(WRRGTUJGGVIWKFG
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#&(TGNGCUGNGXGT
3. Pull out the jammed document to the stacker.
4. Lift the Upper transport unit a little to release the safety lock and then lower the
transport unit slowly.
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■ Document separation force adjustment
If the following error occurs frequently, adjust the brake force of the Brake roller using setup
mode.
- Double-feed
- Mis-pick
- Paper jam1
1. Enter into the setup mode.
Please refer to the section "1.3 Basic Operations of Operator Panel", "Using the setup
and Test mode."
The following screen appears.
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Choose an appropriate setting based on the thickness of the document you are
scanning and the error.
By pressing
(Right arrow button), the LCD display changes items from (5) to (1).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), the LCD display changes items from (1) to (5).
(1)
-
Document thickness: Thick
(2)
-
Document thickness: Medium thick
(3)
-
Document thickness: Mid
(4)
-
Document thickness: Medium thin
(5)
-
Document thickness: Thin
When the desired option appears, press
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(Enter button) to select it.
Document separation force setup items are as follows.
Setting
Document thick- Document separaness
tion force
"Double-feed"
occurs frequently
Thick
Thick
Increase docu- Decrease document separation ment separation
force
force
Strong
Less strong
Mid
Medium
(Factory default setting)
Mid
Medium Thin Medium Thin
Less weak
Thin
Weak
Thin
If Mis-pick occurs frequently, adjust the Pick roller rotation speed.
Press
(Next button) to show the following screen.
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(Left arrow button) or
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(Right arrow button) and select an item.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
Press
(Enter button) to make the setting valid.
5.1 Clearing Document Jams
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Medium Thick Medium Thick
"Mis-pick" or
"Document jam"
occurs frequently
113
Pick speed
Mis-pick occurs frequently.
Fast (Factory default)
Decrease pick speed
Mid
Slow
ATTENTION
114
When you set pick speed at "Mid" or "Slow",
scanning speed gets slower.
5.1 Clearing Document Jams
5.2 Troubleshooting
This section describes common troubles during usage and how to remedy the troubles.
If the remedies in these flowcharts do not solve your problem, check the items in section "5.3
Before Contacting a Service Provider."
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5.2 Troubleshooting
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Synptom1
Scanner does not turn on.
NO
Is the power cord connected?
Connect the power cord
correctly.
YES
NO
Have you turned on the main line
switch?
Press the "I" side of the main
line switch.
YES
NO
Have you pushed the power button
on the operator panel?
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
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Press the power button.
Symptom2
The operator panel LCD goes out.
Has it beena while since you turned
on the scanner ? (15 to 60 minutes)
YES
5
Scanner is in Power save
mode. Press any button (except
Power button) on the operator
panel to wake it up.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
NO
NO
Does the LCD remain blank even after
the scanner has been turned on again?
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* ) Press any button except Power button. The Power button will not work to wake up the
scanner. Pressing the power button more than 2 seconds will turn off the power.
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Symtom3
Scanning does not start.
Are the documents loaded properly
on the hopper?
NO
Load the documents properly.
YES
Is the upper transport unit closed
correctly?
NO
Close the upper transport unit
correctly.
YES
Is the interface cable connected
properly?
NO
Connect the interface cable
properly.
YES
Is the SCSI ID set correctly?
NO
Set the SCSI ID correctly
by SCSI ID switch on rear
of the scanner.
YES
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5.2 Troubleshooting
Continued from the previous page
Did you install the driver in correct
order? Mini-driver first then TWAIN
data source next.
NO
Install TWAIN driver in correct
order.
5
YES
YES
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
Isn’t the scanner selected from
multiple applications ?
Select the scanner only from
one application.
NO
Is the Check LED blinking?
NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
Eliminate the cause of user
recoverable errors. Is the LED still
blinking?
NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
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Continued from the previous page
NO
Is the Check LED lit?
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
Turn the power off and on again.
Is the Check LED lit?
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
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NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
Symptom4
Quality of scanned pictures and photographs are
not satisfactory.
Is "Photo"mode selected?
Select "Photo" mode (white
level following off) on the
scanner setup menu in your
application.
NO
Select halftoning or dithering
mode on your PC.
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SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
NO
YES
Is halftoning or dithering processing
selected?
YES
Is the document path, the Removable
sheet guide, the Glass sheet guide
and/or the Lamp(s) clean?
NO
Clean the dirty location. (* )
YES
Is the Lamp(s) installed correctly?
NO
Re-install the lamp(s) correctly.
(**)
YES
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Continued from the previous page
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* ) For the details of cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
(** ) For the details on how to replace Lamps, refer to "Chapter 4 REPLACING
CONSUMABLES."
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Symptom5
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
Is "Lin Art" mode selected?
NO
5
Select "Line Art" mode from
your PC.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
YES
Is the document path, the Removable
sheet guide, the Glass sheet guide
and/or the Lamp(s) clean?
NO
Clean the dirty location. (* )
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* ) For the details of cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
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Symptom6
The scanned image is distorted and/or not
sharp.
Is the document path, the Removable
sheet guide, the Glass sheet guide
and/or the Lamp(s) clean?
YES
Clean the dirty location. (* )
NO
Is the scanner installed on a flat and
level surface?
NO
Install the scanner on a flat and
level surface.
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* ) For the details of cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
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Symptom7
Vertical streaks appear in the scanned image.
Are the streaks black?
YES
5
Clean the Removable sheet
guide , and the Glass sheet
guide. (* 1)
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
NO
Is there text in the top 3mm area of
the scanned document and is the
"Line Art" mode selected.
YES
Select "Photo" mode.
NO
YES
Is the Lamp(s) used more than 1,000
hours? Is the Lamp(s) burned? (* 2)
Replace the Lamp. (* 3)
NO
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* 1) For the cleaning of the removable sheet guide, and the glass sheet guide, please refer to
"Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
(* 2) For the details on how to check the lamp-on hours, please refer to the section "7.5 Test
Mode Details," "3. Display the cumulative lamp-on hours."
(* 3) For the details on how to replace Lamps, refer to "Chapter 4 REPLACING
CONSUMABLES."
5.2 Troubleshooting
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Symptom8
Check LED starts blinking right after power on.
Eliminate the cause of user recoverable error.
Is the Check LED blinking still?
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
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NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
Symptom9
The Check LED lights right after power on.
Turn off the power and on again.
Is the check LED lit again?
NO
5
The scanner operation is
normal.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
5.2 Troubleshooting
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Symtom10
Double-feed occurs frequently.
Do the documents satisfy the
conditions described in "Precautions,"
and "6.2 Document Quality"?
NO
Use documents which satisfy
the requirements.
YES
When double-feed detection is on,
are the double-feed detection
conditions (*2) satisfied?
NO
To take necessary actions to
satisfy the requirements. (* 2)
YES
NO
Did you fan the documents before
loading them on the hopper?
Fan the documents a few
times before loading.
YES
Are the documents recently printed
on a copier or Laser printer?
YES
Fan the documents a few
times to eliminate static
electricity.
NO
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5.2 Troubleshooting
Continued from the previous page
Is the Pad ASSY dirty?
YES
Clean the Pad ASSY. (* 3)
5
NO
YES
Replace the Pad ASSY. (* 4)
NO
Install the Pad ASSY properly.
(* 4)
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
Is the Pad ASSY worn out?
NO
Is the Pad ASSY installed properly?
YES
Are the Pick roller, the Brake roller
or the document path dirty?
YES
Clean the dirty parts. (* 5)
NO
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Continued from the previous page
Are the Pick roller unit and the
Brake roller unit installed properly?
NO
nstall the Pick roller and the
Brake roller properly. (* 6)
YES
Replace the Pick roller unit and
the Brake roller unit as
necessary. (*6)
YES
Have you scanned many sheets
beyond the life of the rollers since the
last replacements?
(300k sheets)
NO
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
(* 1) For the details on required conditions, refer to the section "6.2 Document Quality."
(* 2) For the details on the double-feed detecting conditions, refer to "Appendix 2 Double-feed
Detection Conditions."
(* 3) For the details on how to clean Pad ASSY, refer to "Chapter 3, DAILY CARE."
(* 4) For the details on how to replace Pas ASSY, refer to "Chapter3, DAILY CARE."
(* 5) For the details on scanner cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
(* 6) For the details on how to replace and install Pick roller unit and Brake roller unit, refer to
"Chapter 4 REPLACING CONSUMABLES."
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Symptom11
Document jam occurs frequently.
Do the documents satisfy the
conditions described in "Precautions"
in "6.2 Document Quality"?
NO
5
Use documents which satisfy
the requirements.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
YES
Is the length of the documents shorter
than 80mm and is the paper length
set [Normal]?
YES
Select paper length [Short] in
Paper Length setup mode.
NO
Is there any foreign objects in the
ADF paper path?
YES
Clean the ADF paper path or
remove the foreign objects.
(* 2)
NO
Re-install the Pad ASSY
properly. (* 3)
NO
Is the Pad ASSY installed properly?
YES
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Continued from the previous page
Are the Pick roller, the Brake roller
and the Pinch rollers dirty?
YES
Clean the dirty parts. (* 4)
NO
Are the Pick roller unit and the Brake
roller unit installed properly?
NO
Install the Pick roller and the
Brake roller properly. (* 6)
YES
Replace the Pick roller unit and
the Brake roller unit as
necessary. (*6)
YES
Have you scanned many sheets
beyond the life of the rollers since the
last replacements? (300k sheets)
NO
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
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(* 1) For the details on required conditions, refer to the section "6.2 Document Quality."
(* 2) For the details on how to set up the Paper Length, refer to "7.3 Setup Mode Details", "10.
Setting Short document scan mode (Paper Length setup)."
(* 3) For the details on how to clean ADF, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
(* 4) For the details on how to replace Pas ASSY, refer to "Chapter3, DAILY CARE."
(* 5) For the details on scanner cleaning, refer to "Chapter 3 DAILY CARE."
(* 6) For the replacement and re-installation of Pick roller unit and Brake roller unit, please refer to
"Chapter 4 REPLACING CONSUMABLES."
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5.2 Troubleshooting
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Symptom12
There is a shadow on the leading edge of
the scanned image.
Did you adjust the offset (position to
start scanning the documents)?
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
NO
Do the offset adjustment.
Which OS are you using?
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Display [Control panel] [Scanners and Cameras] [Device set] and adjust the
offset. "Offset setting Sub."
98/
Me/
2000/
XP
Windows NT
YES
Is the Scanner Control Center icon
displayed in the task tray?
NO
Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control
Center] from the Start menu and
run it.
Right click on Scanner Control
Center icon and select
[Options].
Adjust the vertical magnification.
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Symptom13
Scanner is not recognized by PC
automatically.
NO
Is the power turned?
5
Turn on the power.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
YES
Is the interface cable connected
properly?
NO
Connect the interface cable
properly.
YES
Is the Check LED on the operator
panel blinking?
YES
Eliminate the cause of the error.
NO
Is the Check LED on the operator
panel lit?
YES
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
NO
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Continued from the previous page
Has there been an incomplete driver
installation in the past?
YES
Re-install the driver.
NO
Is Adaptec EZ-SCSI installed ?
NO
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
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YES
Uninstall EZ-SCSI first, then
install the driver.
Symptom14
Windows system gets unstable.
Is the OS WindowsNT 4.0?
YES
5
The scanner operation is
normal.
SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
NO
Is WNASPI32.DLL installed on
the PC?
NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
Is ASPI version driver installed by
mistake? (FJTWAIN V5.x/8.x )?
YES
Uninstall ASPI version driver
and install the correct driver
(STI version, FJTWAIN
V6.x/9/x).
NO
Contact an authorized FUJITSU
Scanner service provider.
5.2 Troubleshooting
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5.3 Before Contacting a Service
Provider
Please check the following items before contacting an authorized FUJITSU Scanner service
provider.
■ Outline
Items to check
Findings
Model
(Example) fi-4860C
For the model name confirmation, refer to "5.4 Labels on the
Scanner."
Serial Number
(example) 000001
For checking the serial number, refer to "5.4 Labels on the
Scanner."
Manufacturing date
(example) 2002-08 (August 2002)
For the confirmation of manufacturing date, refer to the section "5.4 Labels on the Scanner."
Date of purchase
Symptom
Frequency of trouble
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5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider
■ Error Descriptions
Problem at the time of PC connection.
Items to check
Findings
OS (Windows) type
Displayed error message
(example) SCSI interface
Interface controller
(example) Adaptec
SCSI Card 2940AU
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SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
Interface
Document feed trouble
Items to check
Findings
Document type
Main purpose of use
Last cleaning date
Last consumable replacement date
Operator panel status at trouble
5.3 Before Contacting a Service Provider
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Imaging quality trouble
Items to check
Findings
Type and version of scanner driver
Interface controller
(example) Adaptec
SCSI Card 2940AU
OS (Windows) type
Application software
(example) ScandAll 21
(example) Acrobat
Others
Items to check
Can you send both the original document
(or scanned grayscale image file) and
printed scanned data (or the file) via Fax
(or by e-mail)?
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Findings
5.4 Labels on the Scanner
This section describes how to check the labels on the scanner.
The positions of the labels
The following shows where the two labels are located on the scanner.
Manufacturing Label (example): Indicates scanner manufacturing information.
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SOLVING COMMON PROBLEMS
Regulatory label (example): Shows the conforming standards of the scanner.
5.4 Labels on the Scanner
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5.4 Labels on the Scanner
6
ADF DOCUMENT
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter describes the sizes and qualities of documents required
for the good performance of the ADF.
6.1 Document Size...................................................................144
6.2 Document Quality..............................................................145
6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas......................................148
6.4 Print Prohibited Area.........................................................149
6.5 Grounding Color Areas.....................................................150
6.6 Job Separation Sheet........................................................151
143
6.1 Document Size
The following shows the supported document sizes.
A
Feeding Direction
Maximum
144
B
Minimum
A
B
A
B
297
432
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105
6.1 Document Size
6.2 Document Quality
This section describes the types and thickness of documents this scanner supports.
■ Document type
The recommended document types are as follows.
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- Woodfree paper
- Wood containing paper
■ Document thickness
Paper thickness is expressed by "paper weight."
・52g/m2 ~ 127g/m2
6.2 Document Quality
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ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS
When using any other types of paper, test feed a few sheets to ensure the satisfactory scan
performance.
■ Precautions
The following documents sometimes may have difficulty to feed with this scanner. To prevent
unexpected troubles, preliminary feed test using the same quality paper as the target
documents may be necessary.
- Document with clips or staples
- Document written on with ink and still wet
- Document without a constant thickness
- Document with rumples or curls (refer to the HINT on page 120)
- Document with folds or tears
- Tracing paper
- Coated paper
- Carbon paper
- Carbonless paper
- Document smaller than A7 or larger than A3
- Materials other than paper: fabric, metal foil, or transparencies.
- Photosensitive paper
- Perforated or punched documents
- Non-rectangular documents
- Very thin paper
- When scanning a translucent document, set
the scanner density to light to avoid bleed
through.
- To prevent the rollers from getting dirty, avoid
scanning documents containing large areas
written or filled in with pencil. If scanning of
such documents is necessary, clean the
rollers frequently.
HINT
・When document jams or double feed happens
frequently , please refer to "5.1 Document
Jam", "Document separation force adjustment".
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ATTENTION
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ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS
HINT
- Carbonless paper contains chemical
substances that may damage the Pad ASSY
or rollers. Pay attention to the following.
Cleaning: If mis-pick occur frequently, clean
the Pad ASSY and pick rollers.
For the details on cleaning,
please refer to "Chapter 3 Daily
Care."
Replacement of parts: The life of the Pad
ASSY and Pick roller may be
shorter if carbonless papers are
scanned rather than wood
containing papers.
- When wood containing paper documents are
scanned, the life of the Pad ASSY and Pick
rollers may become shorter than scanning
wood free paper documents.
The leading edge of all documents fed should
be straightened.
Make sure that the curls at the leading edge
should meet the following tolerances.
More than 30mm
Feed direction
Less than
3mm
Top of the paper
More than 30mm
Read surface
Feed direction
Less than
5mm
Top of the paper
Read surface
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6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas
Punched holes in the shaded areas may cause errors.
For job separation sheet requirements, please refer to the section "6.6 Job Separation Sheet."
113 (4.45")
134 (5.28")
79 (3.12") 96 (3.78")
10
10
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10
(0.39") (0.39") (0.47") (0.47") (0.39") (0.39")
Document feeding direction
15
(0.59")
Reading
reference
position
(Unit : mm)
Top of document
Front side
Reading surface
Bottom of document
10
10
(0.39") (0.39")
Center of document
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6.3 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas
6.4 Print Prohibited Area
If there are prints in the area A, document size may be mis-detected. Prints in the area B of a
document may cause double-feed errors. Following figure shows print prohibited area on a
document. If double-feed detection is to be enabled, it is recommended to avoid printing in these
areas in the original documents and the forms design.
For the details of double-feed detection, please refer to "Appendix-2 Double Feed Detection
Conditions."
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Center of document
113 (4.45")
79 (3.12")
134 (5.28")
(Unit : mm)
96 (3.78")
ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Reading
reference
position
Document feeding direction
15
Top of document
: Area A
: Area B
Front side
Reading surface
Bottom of document
10
10
(0.39") (0.39")
34 (1.34")
10
10
(0.39") (0.39")
6.4 Print Prohibited Area
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6.5 Grounding Color Areas
The shaded area in the Figure below, top 3mm on both sides of a document, should have paper
grounding color (white).
The area can be dropout color. If this cannot be followed, turn the white level follower off when
reading.
For the details on dropout color, please refer to "Appendix-1 Dropout Color."
Grounding color
(white) or drop-out
color area
Reading
reference
Subscanning direction
3 mm (0.12")
Main scanning direction
150
6.5 Grounding Color Areas
6.6 Job Separation Sheet
1. Shape
The following shows the typical format of the job separation sheet.
(0.59")
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ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Scanning direction
15
15
(0.59")
Center of document
more than 210 (8.27")
(Unit : mm)
2. Document Specifications
Document width must be A4 width (210mm) or wider.
6.6 Job Separation Sheet
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6.6 Job Separation Sheet
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SETUP MODE
This chapter explains the setup mode and the test mode of the
scanner.
7.1 Setup Mode ........................................................................154
7.2 Setup mode functions.......................................................162
7.3 Setup Mode Details ...........................................................169
7.4 Test Mode Overview ..........................................................213
7.5 Test Mode Details ..............................................................219
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7.1 Setup Mode
■ Outline
There are two types of setup mode: Online setup mode that can be entered during scanner
”Ready” status, and Offline setup mode that can be entered only when the scanner is offline.
Available functions differ with the two modes.
To enter these mode, follow the instructions below:
- Online setup mode
When LCD indicates Ready status, press
(Next button).
The following message appears.
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Keep pressing
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Then the operator panel LCD displays the following message.
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HINT
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(Enter button) to enter Offline setup mode.
To quit setup, press
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■ Online setup mode restrictions
In Online setup mode, the scanner setup can be changed without turning off the power.
However, the following items cannot be changed from the mode.
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SETUP MODE
- Consumables counter reset
- SCSI ID change
- Product ID change
- SCSI bus width change
- Interface change
- TPS interface baud rate change
Some of the other setup items can be specified as “unavailable items in Online setup
mode” using Offline setup mode functions.
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■Function of buttons in setup mode
Button name
Function
[Next]
Displays the next menu without saving the change.
Referred to as Next button in this manual.
[Previous]
Displays the previous menu without saving the change.
Referred to as Previous button in this manual.
Moves to the right item on the menu
Referred to as Right arrow button in this manual.
Moves to the left item on the menu
Referred to as Left arrow button in this manual.
- Saves the change and then displays the next menu
- Moves to the lower level menu
Referred to as Enter button in this manual.
Moves to the upper level menu without saving the change
Referred to as EXIT button in this manual.
■ Transitions of screens in setup mode
Refer to the next page LCD screen transitions chart for setup mode.
The LCD screen transition chart in the following pages show the concept.
Some of the details are not expressed in the chart.
For the details, please refer to the descriptions in “ Setup mode functions.”
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The menu screens with dotted line frame appear
only in Offline setup mode
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7.1 Setup Mode
SETUP MODE
Screen 22 and screen 23 appear only when TPS
interface board is installed.
Screen 24 appears only when both the
fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter) and the
fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter) are installed.
Screen 25, Screen 26 and Screen 29 appear
when either or both of the fi-486PRFR and the fi486PRRE are installed.
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7.2 Setup mode functions
There are 29 items in setup mode as shown in the following.
LCD
display
Descriptions
Double
Feed
Specify the double-feed
detection based on document thickness. There
are two ways to detect
double-feed.
1: Document thickness
2: Document thickness +
Brake roller rotation
amount
No/Yes
No
1: Thickness
2: Thickness +
Brake roller
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC has
the priority.
Length
Check
Specify the double-feed
detection based on the
document length deviation.
There are 3 selections for
the acceptable length
deviation tolerance as
shown right.
No/Yes
Yes:
10/15/20mm
(Tolerance)
No
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC has
the priority.
No
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2:
3:
4:
5:
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Avail- Available able
IPC Pre-Set The scan parameters are
set with recommended
values automatically.
There are 5 choices as
shown right.
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Selectable
parameters
Default Mode
Online
Remarks
Offline
Descriptions
Selectable
parameters
Default Mode
Abrasion
Alarm
Specifies the scanner
operation at consumables replacement message: stop scanning or
message display only.
Also specifies the consumable replacement
message timing.
Stop/Message
10,000 to
2,560,000
sheets
Stop Not
AvailAvailable
300,000
able
Abrasion
Counter
Clear the consumable
counters (Abrasion
counter)
Manual
Feed
Specifies the pick start
time from the time document is manually set.
0.2 to 29.8 sec 1.0 sec
Specifies the waiting time
from the read command
to document manual
insert.
1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 30 sec
40, 50, 60, 70,
80, 90, 100,
110, 120, 180,
240, 255 sec
-
Online
-
Remarks
Offline
The replacement timing
increment/
decrement
by 10,000
sheets.
Not
AvailAvail- able
able
-
Avail- Available able
-
7.2 Setup mode functions
7
SETUP MODE
LCD
display
163
LCD
display
Descriptions
Selectable
parameters
Default Mode
Skew
Check
Specify if skew detection
is enabled.
On/Off
Off
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
Separation
Specify the Brake roller
force appropriate for the
document thickness
Thick
Mid
Avail- Available able
-
-
Online
Remarks
Offline
Medium Thick
Mid
Medium Thin
Thin
Paper
Length
Specifies when scanning Normal /
the document equal or
Short
shorter than length 80mm.
Normal Avail- Available able
B.Background
(Front)
Specifies the background White/
color (Black or White) for Black
scanning.
White
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
B.Background
(Back)
Specifies the background White/
color (Black or White) for Black
scanning.
White
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
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7.2 Setup mode functions
LCD
display
Descriptions
Selectable
parameters
Default
Mode
Pre-pick
Enable or disable
On/Off
the pre-pick operation, a picking of a
next sheet of documents prior to actual
feeding, to increase
scan throughput
On
Picking
speed
Specify the Pick
Fast/
roller rotation speed Mid /
Slow
Fast
Avail- Available able
-
Pick retry
Specify the Pick
motor rotation time
(Retry Step) and
number of
retries(Retry Time).
Retry Step
:1 - 7
Retry Time
:1 - 7
Retry Step
:2
Retry Time
:4
Avail- Available able
-
Feed retry
Specify the Feed
motor rotation time
*Retry Step) and
number of
retries(Retry Time).
Retry Step
:1 - 7
Retry Time
:1 - 7
Retry Step
:1
Retry Time
:4
Avail- Available able
-
F.Drop-out
Specifies the front
R
page dropout color G
for mono color scan.
B
G
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
Online
Remarks
Offline
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
SETUP MODE
7.2 Setup mode functions
7
165
LCD
display
Descriptions
B.Drop-out
Specifies the back R/
page dropout color G/
for mono color scan.
B
G
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
Brightness
Adjust the Front/
Back Brightness to
compensate the
grayscale level differences.
0
Avail- Available able
SCSI ID
Specifies SCSI ID of 0 to 7
the scanner.
5
Not
Avail- New SCSI ID
Avail- able valid after
able
turning on
the power
again.
Product ID
Specifies the scanner product ID.
fi4860C
Not
Avail- New setting
Avail- able valid after
able
turning on
the power
again.
SCSI Bus
Specifies SCSI data 16bit/
bus width, 8bit or 16 8bit
bit.
16bit
Not
Avail- New setting
Avail- able valid after
able
turning on
the power
again.
Interface
Specifies the inter- Auto/
face to use when a SCSI/
optional or third
TPS
party interface
board is installed in
the TPS (Third
Party Slot).
Auto
Not
AvailAvail- able
able
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Selectable
parameters
-6 to +6
fi4860C/
fi4990C/
4099DC/
M3099G
7.2 Setup mode functions
Default
Mode
Online
Remarks
Offline
LCD
display
Descriptions
Selectable
parameters
Baud Rate
Specifies the control 19200/
data transfer rate for 9600/
TPS interface.
4800/
2400
Online
Numbering
When either fi486PRFR(Front
side/Pre-print) or
fi-486PRRE(Rear
side/Post-print) is
installed, set the
numbering parameters.
Numbering
: On/Off
Digits
: 5/8
Initial No.:
5digit: 0-99999
8digit:016777215
Reset at hopper empty: On/
Off
-
Remarks
Offline
Not
Avail- New setting
Avail- able valid after
able
turning on
the power
again.
-
Avail- Available able
Numbering
: Off
Digits
:5
Initial No.:
00000
7
-
SETUP MODE
Pre/Post
When both fi486PRFR(Front
side/Pre-print) and
fi-486PRRE(Rear
side/Post-print) are
installed, specifies
which one to setup.
Shows the remaining ink amount.
Reset remaining
amount ink counter
when the Print cartridge is replaced.
Mode
9600
Imprinter
Ink
Default
Avail- Avail- Setup done
able able via the PC
has the priority.
Reset at
hopper
empty: On
-
Avail- Available able
-
7.2 Setup mode functions
167
LCD
display
Descriptions
Selectable
parameters
Power Save Specifies the time to 5 to 60minutes
enter Power save
mode.
Default
Mode
Online
15 minutes
Remarks
Offline
Avail- Available able
Language
Specifies the lanJapanese
guage to use for
(Katakana)/
Operator panel dis- English
play.
-
Avail- Available able
Imprinter
Status
Shows the installed
imprinter type.
-
Avail- Available able
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7.2 Setup mode functions
-
7.3 Setup Mode Details
1. Setting the document separation force
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen1>.
<Screen1>
!
=
2) At <Screen1>, press
0
1
T
h
S
i
e
n
(Left arrow button) or
p
a
r
a
t
i
T
o
h
n
i
c
k
(Right arrow button) and select the
appropriate document thickness.
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
(Right arrow button) moves the blinking from (5) to (1).
(Left arrow button) moves the blinking from (1) to (5).
(1)
-
Document thickness: Thick
(2)
-
Document thickness: Medium thick
(3)
-
Document thickness: Mid
(4)
-
Document thickness: Medium thin
(5)
-
Document thickness: Thin
(3) Press
Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD redisplays [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
7
169
HINT
170
If the following error occurs frequently, change the setting by
referring to the explanation on the table.
- Double-feed
- Mis-pick
- Paper Jam1
Setting
Document sepa- Double-feed occurs
ration force
frequently.
Thick
Strong
Medium
Thick
Less strong
Mid
Mid (Factory
default)
Medium
Thin
Less weak
Thin
Weak
7.3 Setup Mode Details
Make the document
separation force
stronger.
Mis-pick or
Paper jam1 occurs frequently.
Make the document separation force weaker.
2. Setting Pre-pick
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen2>.
<Screen2>
!
=
0
2
2) At <Screen2>, to enable Pre-pick, press
To disable Pre-pick, press
Press
r
O
e
n
/
p
O
i
f
c
f
k
7
(Left arrow button) and select [On].
(Right arrow button) and select [Off].
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
171
SETUP MODE
3) Press
P
3. Setting Pick Speed
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen3>.
<Screen3>
!
=
2) At <Screen3>, press
0
3
F
a
P
s
i
t
(Left arrow button) or
c
/
k
M
i
S
d
p
/
e
S
e
l
d
o
w
(Right arrow button) and select Pick
roller rotation speed.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) Press
Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
HINT
Pick roller rotation speed should be set Slow for scanning
thin or soft documents, the documents which tend to cause
Mis-pick.
Picking speed
When Mis-pick occurs frequently
Fast (Factory default)
Decreases the Pick speed
Mid
Slow
HINT
172
When the Pick speed is set at "Mid" or "Slow",
scan throughput get low.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
4. Setting Double-feed detection (document thickness)
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen4>.
<Screen4>
!
=
2) At <Screen4>, by pressing
0
N
4
o
/
D
Y
o
e
u
s
(Left arrow button) or
b
l
1
e
/
2
F
:
e
S
e
t
d
o
p
(Right arrow button), Double-
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (3).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1).
(1) [No] is blinking:
Document thickness is not checked.
(2) [Yes] and [1] are blinking:
Document thickness is checked.
However, scanning continues even if Double-feed is detected and the error message
is displayed on the LCD.
(3) [Yes] and [2: Stop] are blinking:
Document thickness is checked.
When double-feed is detected, scanning
stops. Then the error is reported to the PC.
If you would like to disable the Double-feed detection, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
7.3 Setup Mode Details
173
SETUP MODE
feed detection by document thickness (checked by through light) can be enabled or
disabled. Document thickness is detected by the difference of decreased through light
amount when 2 sheets are fed.In this screen, you specify if Double-feed detection is
enabled, set the detection mode and select error processing.
7
3) When the LCD is showing (2) or (3), pressing
display to <Screen 4-1).
(Enter button) changes LCD
<Screen4-1>
!
=
0
4) At <Screen4-1>, by pressing
4
-
1
T
h
D
i
F
c
k
(Left arrow button) or
M
n
o
e
d
s
e
s
(Right arrow button), you
can select the detection mode.
Each time
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button) is pressed, LCD displays
<Screen 4-1> and <Screen4-2> alternately.
<Screen4-2>
!
T
0
h
4
i
c
1
k
n
D
e
F
s
s
M
&
o
R
d
o
e
l
l
e
(1) [Thickness] is blinking:
Double-feed is detected by through light
amount.
(2) [Thickness & Roller] is blinking:
Double-feed is detected based on the
through light amount and Brake roller rotation amount.
By pr essing
(Enter button), LCD display changes to <Screen4-3>.
<Screen4-3>
!
174
r
7.3 Setup Mode Details
0
P
4
i
c
2
k
/
D
P
F
i
c
t
k
i
&
m
F
i
e
n
e
g
d
5) At <Screen4-3>, by pressing
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), the
detection timing can be selected.
(1) [Pick] is blinking:
Double-feed is checked at the document pick timing.
(2) [Pick & Feed] is blinking:
Double-feed is checked at the document pick timing and during feeding.
Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at <Screen4-1>, <Screen4-2> or <Screen4-3>, then the LCD
display changes to <Screen4>. Press
goes back to [Ready] screen.
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
(EXIT button) again and the LCD display
- Double-feed detection accuracy increases when
both thickness and length of documents are
checked.
- When double-feed is detected and scanning
operation is stopped, documents in the hopper
or the one ahead of it might have been double
fed.
- Depending on the document type, there are
cases when double-feed can not be detected.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
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SETUP MODE
6) Press
7
5. Setting Double-feed detection (by document length)
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the scanner show <Screen5>.
<Screen5>
!
=
2) At <Screen5>, by pressing
0
N
5
o
/
L
Y
e
e
n
s
(Left arrow button) or
g
t
1
h
/
2
C
:
h
S
e
t
c
o
k
p
(Right arrow button), Double-
feed detection by document length can be enabled or disabled.
By checking the document length deviation when partially over wrapped two sheets are
fed. In this screen, you can specify if the length check is done, set the detection
conditions, and select the error processing.
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (3).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1).
(1) [No] is blinking:
Document length is not checked.
(2) [Yes] and [1] are blinking:
Document length is checked.
However, scanning continues even if Double-feed is detected and the error message
is displayed on the LCD.
(3) [Yes] and [2: Stop] are blinking:
Document length is checked.
When double-feed is detected, scanning
stops. Then the error is reported to the PC.
If you would like to disable the Double-feed detection, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
176
7.3 Setup Mode Details
3) In case of (2) or (3), by pressing
<Screen5-1>.
(Enter button), LCD display changes to
<Screen5-1>
!
=
4) At <Screen5-1>, by pressing
0
5
1
0
1
/
1
L
5
e
/
n
2
(Left arrow button) or
g
0
t
h
m
m
7
(Right arrow button), the
document length can be specified.
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (3).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1).
(1) [10] is blinking:
The document length difference below 10mm is not detected
as an error.
(2) [15] is blinking:
The document length difference below 15mm is not detected
as an error.
(3) [20] is blinking:
The document length difference below 20mm is not detected
as an error.
5) Press
(Enter button) and the setting becomes valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen5-1>, then the LCD display changes to
<Screen5>.
Press
(EXIT button) again and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
177
SETUP MODE
By pressing
6. Setting Skew Check
1) Pressing
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen6>.
<Screen6>
!
=
0
6
S
k
O
e
n
w
/
2) If you want to enable Skew check at <Screen6>, press
O
C
f
h
f
e
c
k
(Left arrow button), and
select [On].
To disable Skew-check, press
(Right arrow button) and select [Off] then press
(Enter button).
3) Press
Press
178
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
7. Setting IPC pre-set
1) Pressing
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen7>.
<Screen7>
!
=
0
7
N
o
I
/
P
1
C
/
2
P
/
r
3
2) At <Screen7>, the preset items can be selected by pressing
e
/
4
s
/
e
5
t
(Left arrow button) or
7
(Right arrow button).
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) Press
Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
179
When scanning in Binary mode (Line art), documents type and
suitable pre-set pattern relationship is shown as follows:
- The horizontal axis shows the darkness/color of the background
against the text/lines on the documents.
- The vertical axis shows the darkness of the txt and lines on the
documents.
HINT
Document type and IPC preset pattern
Background darkness
Normal
Text
Darkness
Norma
Light
Dark
1: Normal
Background
and normal
darkness text
2: Mid darkness background and
light text
7.3 Setup Mode Details
Red
Green
3: Dark background and
normal darkness
text
*1 to 5 indicates IPC pre-set pattern number.
180
Background color
4: Red
background
and light
text
5: Green
background
and light
text
Blu
e
This setting is invalid in grayscale mode or in color mode.
Pre-set is valid only in binary scan mode.
Validity of each scan parameter when using IPC pre-set in Offline
mode, is shown in the following table.
HINT
7
Validity of scan parameter
Valid
invalid
Invalid
DTC
Document
sizes
Portrait/
Landscape
Cropping
X
X
-
-
-
X
X
X
-
-
X
X
X
-
-
-
Pattern
Contrast
Document
selection
Valid
Resolu- Line
Halftion
art/
tone
Photos
SETUP MODE
Scan
mode
Auto
Reverse Image OutSimplisepara- image
empha line
fied
tion
sis
Extrac DTC
tion
X
-
-
-
X
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
7.3 Setup Mode Details
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8. Setting Consumables Replacement Message
1) Pressing
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen8>.
<Screen8>
!
A
0
l
8
a
r
A
m
b
r
S
a
e
s
t
i
?
o
N
n
o
/
Y
e
s
2) At <Screen8> , to change Consumables replacement message setup (Abrasion
Alarm), press
(Right arrow button) and select [Yes].
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen8-1> appears on LCD.
If Consumables replacement message setup change is not required, select [No] and
press
(Enter button).
<Screen8-1>
!
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7.3 Setup Mode Details
0
8
S
t
1
o
p
A
/
l
M
a
e
r
s
m
s
a
M
g
o
e
d
e
3) At <Screen8-1>, press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button) and select
consumable error process.
When the consumables replacement condition is
reached, the Consumables replacement message
(Abrasion alarm) is shown on the LCD and scanning
stops.
(2) [Message] is blinking:
When the consumables replacement condition is
reached, the Consumables replacement message
(Abrasion alarm) is shown on the LCD but the scanning continues.
By pressing
7
SETUP MODE
(1) [Stop] is blinking:
(Enter button), <Screen8-2> appears on the LCD.
<Screen8-2>
!
=
0
8
3
2
0
0
A
0
l
0
a
0
r
m
s
h
C
e
N
e
T
t
4) At <Screen8-2>, specify the number of scans to get Consumables replacement
message.
Each time
(Left arrow button) is pressed, the counter value decrements by 10,000.
Each time
(Right arrow button) is pressed, the counter value increments by 10,000.
5) Press
(Enter button) and the setting becomes valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen8-1> or <Screen8-2>, the LCD display changes to
<Screen8>.
Press
screen.
(EXIT button) at <Screen8> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
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9. Abrasion counter (Abrasion CNT) reset
1) Pressing
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen9>.
<Screen9>
!
P
0
i
9
c
k
A
/
b
B
r
r
a
a
s
k
i
e
o
/
n
P
a
C
d
N
T
2) At <Screen9>, select the Abrasion counter to reset.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
You can select a counter(s) from the following.
184
(1) [Pick] is blinking:
Pick roller counter (Pick CNT) can be reset.
(2) [Brake] is blinking:
Brake roller counter (Brake CNT) can be reset.
(3) [Pad] is blinking:
Pad counter (Pad CNT) can be reset.
(4) [F.Lamp] is blinking:
Front-side lamp counter (Front Lamp) can be reset.
(5) [B.Lamp] is blinking:
Back-side lamp counter (Back Lamp) can be reset.
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (5).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (5) to (1).
7.3 Setup Mode Details
3) By pressing
(Enter button), LCD display changes to <Screen9-1>, <Screen9-2>,
<Screen9-3>, <Screen9-4>, or <Screen9-5> depending on the selection at <Screen9>.
When [Pick] is selected:
<Screen9-1>
!
=
0
x
9
x
x
1
x
x
P
x
i
c
R
k
e
s
C
e
N
t
T
/
N
7
o
When [Brake] is selected:
SETUP MODE
<Screen9-2>
!
=
0
x
9
x
x
2
x
x
B
x
a
R
r
k
e
e
s
e
C
t
N
/
T
t
/
N
T
N
o
When [Pad] is selected:
<Screen9-3>
!
=
0
x
9
x
x
3
x
x
P
x
a
d
R
e
C
s
N
e
o
When [F Lamp] is selected:
<Screen9-4>
!
=
0
x
9
x
x
4
x
F
x
r
x
5
x
B
x
a
x
o
R
n
e
t
s
e
L
t
a
/
m
N
p
o
c
R
k
e
s
L
e
a
t
m
/
p
N
o
When [B Lamp] is selected:
<Screen9-5>
!
=
HINT
0
x
9
x
x
[XXXXXX] indicates each Abrasion counter
value.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
185
4) In <Screen9-1> to <Screen9-5>, to reset the corresponding counter, press
(Left
arrow button) and select [Reset].
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection, then <Screen9-6> is displayed.
If you do not want to reset the counter, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
<Screen9-6>
!
HINT
0
x
9
x
x
6
x
R
e
s
N
e
o
t
/
Y
N
e
o
s
w
[XXXXXX] is the counter value of the selected
consumable.
- Pick roller counter
- Brake roller counter
- Pad counter
- Front-side lamp counter (lamp-on time)
- Back-side lamp counter (lamp-on time)
5) If reset is really OK, select [YES] and press
To cancel Reset, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
(Enter button).
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen9-1>, <Screen9-2>, <Screen9-3>, <Screen9-4>
or <Screen9-5>, the LCD display changes to <Screen9>.
Press
screen.
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(EXIT button) at <Screen9> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
10. Setting Short document scan mode(Paper Length setup)
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen10> .
<Screen10>
!
=
2) At <Screen10>, press
1
0
N
o
P
r
a
m
(Left arrow button) or
p
a
e
l
r
/
S
L
h
e
o
n
r
g
t
t
h
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(Right arrow button) and select
the proper setting for the document to scan.
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
(1) [Normal] is blinking:
This mode is for scanning documents longer than
80mm.
(2) [ Short] is blinking:
This mode is for scanning documents which length is
80mm or less.
(3) Press
Press
screen.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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11. Setting Language
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen11> .
<Screen11>
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2) Press
1
E
(Left arrow button) or
1
n
g
L
l
a
i
n
s
g
h
u
/
a
S
g
h
e
o
r
(Right arrow button) and select the language for
LCD display.
3) Press
Press
screen.
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(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
12. Setting Front-side background color
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen12> .
<Screen12>
!
=
1
2
W h
F
i
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t
B
e
a
/
c
B
k
l
2) At <Screen12>, to set the background color to white, press
g
a
r
c
o
k
u
n
d
(Left arrow button) and
select [White].
To set the background color to black, press
(Right arrow button) and select
SETUP MODE
[Black].
3) Press
Press
screen.
7
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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13. Setting Back-side background color
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen13> .
<Screen13>
!
=
1
3
W h
B
i
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t
B
e
a
/
c
B
k
l
2) At <Screen12>, to set the background color to white, press
g
a
r
c
o
k
u
n
d
(Left arrow button) and
select [White].
To set the background color to black, press
(Right arrow button) and select
[Black].
(3) Press
Press
screen.
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(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
14. Setting Front-side dropout color
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen14> .
<Screen14>
!
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2) At <Screen14>, press
1
4
R
/
F
G
.
/
(Left arrow button) or
D
B
r
o
p
-
o
u
t
7
(Right arrow button) and select
the color to drop out.
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
(3) Press
Press
screen.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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15. Setting Back-side dropout color
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen15> .
<Screen15>
!
=
2) At <Screen15>, press
1
5
R
/
B
G
.
/
(Left arrow button) or
D
B
r
o
p
-
o
u
t
(Right arrow button) and select
the color to drop out.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) Press
Press
screen.
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(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
16. Setting Pick retry
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen16>.
<Screen16>
!
1
C
6
h
a
P
n
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g
c
e
r
N
k
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e
o
t
/
r
Y
y
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s
2) At <Screen16>, to change Pick motor pick operation time and the number of retries,
press
(Right arrow button) and select [Yes]. Press
(Enter button) to confirm
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the selection. <Screen16-1> is displayed.
SETUP MODE
If the change is not required, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
<Screen16-1>
!
=
1
6
-
1
R
e
t
2
r
y
S
t
e
p
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) At <Screen16-1>, pick motor's pick operation time can be specified. Longer pick
operation time makes the pick feed amount bigger.
Pressing
(Left arrow button) makes the pick operation time shorter.
Pressing
(Right arrow button) makes the pick operation time longer.
Press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), and select the setting.
The range of the pick motor retry steps is 1 to 7.
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen16-2> is displayed.
<Screen16-2>
!
=
1
6
-
2
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e
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4
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4) At <Screen16-2>, specify the number of pick retries. By pressing
button), the number of retries decreases. By pressing
(Left arrow
(Right arrow button), the
number of retries increases.
Press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), and select the setting.
The number of the pick retries can be set between 1 to 7 times.
5) Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen16-1> or <Screen16-2>, then the LCD display
changes to <Screen16>.
Press
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(EXIT button) again and the LCD display goes back to [Ready] screen.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
17. Setting Feed retry
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen17>.
<Screen17>
!
1
C
7
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a
F
n
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g
e
e
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o
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s
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2) At <Screen17>, to change Feed motor operation time and the number of retries,
press
(Right arrow button) and select [Yes].
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen17-1> is displayed.
If the change is not required, select [No] and press
SETUP MODE
Press
(Enter button).
<Screen17-1>
!
=
1
7
-
1
R
e
t
1
r
y
S
t
e
p
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) At <Screen17-1>, feed motor rotation time can be specified. Longer feed operation
time makes the feed amount bigger.
Pressing
(Left arrow button) makes the feed motor operation time shorter.
Pressing
(Right arrow button) makes the feed motor operation time longer.
Press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), and select the setting.
The feed motor rotation step range is 1 to 7 steps.
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen17-2> is displayed.
<Screen17-2>
!
=
1
7
-
2
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e
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4
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4) In <Screen17-2>, specify the number of retries. By pressing
the number of retry decreases. By pressing
(Left arrow button),
(Right arrow button), the number of
retries increases. The number of the feed retries can be set between 1 to 7 times.
Press
5) Press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), and select the setting.
(Enter button) and the setting becomes valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen17-1> or <Screen17-2>, the LCD display
changes to <Screen17>.
Press
screen.
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(EXIT button) at <Screen17> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
18. Setting Manual Feed mode
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen18>.
<Screen18>
!
1
C
8
h
a
M
n
a
g
n
e
u
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a
l
N
2) At <Screen18>, if the setting change is required, press
o
F
/
e
Y
e
e
d
s
(Right arrow button) and
select [Yes].
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection then the LCD display changes to
<Screen18-1>.
If the change is not necessary, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
<Screen18-1>
!
=
1
8
-
1
P
1
i
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0
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S
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c
a
r
t
3) At <Screen18-1>, specify the time to start pick from the manual setting of the
document (Start time).
By pressing
(Left arrow button), the pick start time decreases.
By pressing
(Right arrow button), the pick start time increases.
The pick start time can be specified to be 0.2 to 29.8 seconds.
HINT
7
Pick start time can be specified by the unit of 0.2
second.
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Press
(Enter button) then <Screen18-2> is displayed.
<Screen18-2>
!
=
1
8
-
2
T
3
i
0
m
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S
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o
c
u
t
4) At <Screen18-2>, specify the wait time (i.e. the time from the PC issues scan
command to time out) for manual setting of document.
By pressing
(Left arrow button), the wait time becomes shorter.
By pressing
(Right arrow button), the wait time becomes longer. .
The wait time can be 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 180, 240,
255 sec
5) Press
(Enter button) and the setting becomes valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen18-1> or <Screen18-2>, then the LCD display
changes to <Screen18>.
Press
screen.
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(EXIT button) at <Screen18> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
19. Setting of SCSI ID
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen19>.
<Screen19>
!
=
2) At <Screen19>, press
1
0
9
/
1
S
/
C
2
S
/
I
3
(Left arrow button) or press
/
I
4
D
/
5
/
6
/
7
7
(Right arrow button) to
select SCSI ID number.
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
Press
screen.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
HINT
Changed SCSI ID becomes valid after the next
power on.
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20. Setting of Product ID(Scanner model number)
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen20>.
<Screen20>
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f
2) At <Screen20>, press
2
i
0
4
8
P
6
r
0
(Left arrow button) or
o
C
d
u
/
c
f
t
i
4
I
9
D
9
0
C
(right arrow button) and select
Product ID.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
The following are the selectable Product IDs.
(1) fi4860C
(2) fi4990C
(3) M4099DC
(4) M3099G
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (4) to (1).
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (5).
HINT
(3) Press
Press
screen.
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Usually, Product ID does not need to be
changed.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
21. Setting SCSI bus width
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen21>.
<Screen21>
!
=
2
1
W i
S
d
C
t
S
h
I
8
B
/
2) At <Screen21>. If Wide SCSI (68pin) interface is used, press
u
1
s
6
b
i
t
(Right arrow button)
and select [16].
If SCSI-2 (50pin) interface is used, press
(Left arrow button) and select [8].
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
(3) Press
Press
screen.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
ATTENTION
7
- If 16 bit bus width data transfer is prohibited,
specify [8] bit.
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22. Setting Interface
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen22>.
<Screen22>
!
=
2) At <Screen22>, press
2
2
A
u
I
t
n
o
(Left arrow button) or
t
/
e
S
r
C
f
S
a
I
c
/
e
T
P
S
(Right arrow button), and select
the type of interface.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
Available interface settings are as follows:
(1)[Auto] is blinking:
If an interface board, either from third party or optional, is
installed in TPS, this interface is used. If not, SCSI interface is used.
(2) [SCSI] is blinking:
SCSI interface is used. The interface on TPS is disregarded.
(3) [TPS] is blinking:
TPS interface is used. The SCSI interface is disregarded.
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (3) to (1).
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (3).
(3) Press
Press
screen.
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(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
7.3 Setup Mode Details
23. Setting Baud rate of TPS interface
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen23>.
<Screen23>
!
=
2) At <Screen23>, press
2
1
3
9
2
B
0
a
0
(Left arrow button) or
u
/
d
9
6
R
0
a
0
t
/
e
4
8
0
0
7
(right arrow button) and select
Baud rate.
SETUP MODE
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
Baud rates available are as follows:
(1) 19200 bps
(2) 9600 bps
(3) 4800 bps
(4) 2400 bps
By pressing
(Left arrow button), selection moves from (4) to (1).
By pressing
(Right arrow button), selection moves from (1) to (4).
HINT
(3) Press
Press
screen.
It is recommended to set the Baud rate at 9600
bps.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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24. Selection of Imprinter
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen24>.
<Screen24>
!
S
2) At <Screen24>, press
2
e
4
l
e
I
c
m
t
(Left arrow button) or
p
r
i
P
n
r
t
e
e
/
r
P
o
s
t
(Right arrow button) and select the
imprinter to setup.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
(3) Press
Press
screen.
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
(EXIT button) at the end and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
ATTENTION
204
This screen is displayed when both of fi-486PRFR
and fi-486PRRE are installed.
7.3 Setup Mode Details
25. Setting Imprinter numbering
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen25>.
<Screen25>
!
=
2
5
N
O
u
n
m
/
b
O
e
f
r
f
i
(
n
P
g
o
s
t
)
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In [XXXX], [Pre] or [Post] is displayed.
HINT
(Left arrow
button) and select [On].
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. Then <Screen25-1> is displayed.
If numbering printing is not required, press
Then press
(Right arrow button) and select [Off].
(Enter button) to confirm.
<Screen25-1>
!
=
2
5
-
1
D
5
i
/
g
i
8
t
s
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
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SETUP MODE
2) At <Screen25>, to enable numbering printing with the imprinter, press
3) At <Screen25-1>, press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button) and let your
choice of number of digits blink.
Selectable number of digits is listed as below.
(1) [5] is blinking:
5 digit
(2) [8] is blinking:
8 digit
Press
(Enter button), then <Screen25-2> is displayed.
<Screen25-2>
!
=
2
5
0
0
2
0
0
S
0
t
0
a
0
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0
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C
o
u
n
t
4) At <Screen25-2>, specify the initial value of numbering.
By pressing
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button), a digit position
(blinking on LCD) can be specified.
By pressing
(Next button) or
(Upper arrow button), the number at the digit can
be changed.
Press
(Enter button). <Screen25-3> is displayed.
<Screen25-3>
!
=
HINT
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2
5
-
3
O
E
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m
/
p
O
t
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f
R
e
Initial number can be increased up to the maximum number (5digit: 99,999/ 8digit: 16,777,215).
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5) At <Screen25-3>, you can specify if the numbering should be reset at hopper empty.
To specify to reset the numbering at hopper empty, press
(Left arrow button) and
select [On].
Press
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. Then, <Screen25-4> is displayed.
To specify not to reset the numbering at hopper empty, select [Off], press
button) and then <Screen 25-4> is displayed.
(Enter
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<Screen25-4>
!
=
2
5
-
4
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e
s
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N
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SETUP MODE
6) At <Screen25-4>, specify if the numbering should be initialized immediately.
To specify to reset immediately, press
(Right arrow button) and select [Yes].
To specify not to reset immediately, select [No] and press
7) Press
(Enter button).
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen25-1>, <Screen25-2>, <Screen25-3>,
<Screen25-4>, then the LCD display changes to <Screen25>.
Press
screen.
(EXIT button) at <Screen25>, and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
ATTENTION
Command from the PC overrides the setting from
the operator panel.
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26. Reset the remaining ink counter of imprinter.
If the following message comes up, prepare the new Print cartridge. If no further printing
is impossible, replace the Print cartridge and reset the ink counter. If the Print cartridge
is replaced before Print cartridge error occurs, be sure to reset the remaining ink
counter.
P
N
l
o
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w
a
s
R
e
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a
a
d
i
n
n
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!
x
I
x
n
x
k
x
[XXXX] is the scanned sheet counter value.
HINT
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen26>.
<Screen26>
!
=
2
6
I
n
k
(
x
R
x
e
x
s
x
e
)
t
/
Approximate remaining ink amount is shown as below:
-
Amount of remaining ink is high.
-
The amount of remaining ink is low or empty.
In [XXXX], [Pre] or [Post] is displayed.
HINT
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o
2) At <Screen26>, to choose to reset the ink counter, press
(Left arrow button) and
select [Reset].
Press
(Enter button). <Screen26-1> is displayed.
Not to reset, select [No] and press
(Enter button).
<Screen26-1>
!
2
6
-
1
R
e
s
N
t
/
Y
N
e
o
s
w
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(Right arrow button) and
SETUP MODE
3) At <Screen26-1>, to actually reset the counter, press
e
o
select [yes].
To cancel the reset, select [No] and press
4) Press
(Enter button).
(Enter button) and reset the counter.
).
The remaining ink amount indication on LCD goes back to full (
!
=
2
6
I
n
k
(
x
R
x
e
x
s
x
e
)
t
/
N
o
5) Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen26-1> then the LCD display changes to
<Screen26>.
Press
screen.
(EXIT button) at <Screen1> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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27. Setting Power save mode
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen27>.
<Screen27>
!
=
2) At <Screen27>, by pressing
2
7
1
P
0
o
w
e
1
(Left arrow button) or
r
5
S
a
2
v
0
e
m
i
(Right arrow button), select
the scanner wait idle time before entering power save mode.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
A minimum of 5 minutes to the maximum of 60 minutes can be selected with 5
minutes increment.
HINT
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The default time recommended by the ENERGY
STAR® program is 15 minutes.
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28. Setting Brightness
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen28>.
<Screen28>
!
2
C
8
h
a
B
n
r
g
i
e
2) At <Screen28>, to adjust the Brightness, press
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g
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t
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n
o
e
/
s
Y
s
e
s
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(Right arrow button) and select
[Yes].
(Enter button) to confirm the selection. <Screen28-1> is displayed.
If Brightness adjustment is not required, select [No] and press
SETUP MODE
Press
(Enter button).
<Screen28-1>
!
F
2
r
8
o
n
1
t
B
:
r
0
i
g
B
h
a
t
c
n
k
e
:
s
s
0
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
3) At <Screen28-1>, to adjust the front-side brightness, press
(Left arrow button)
and select [Front].
If back side needs brightness adjustment, press
(Right arrow button) and select
[Back].
If the brightness needs to be increased, press
(Next button). Each time the button
is pressed the brightness value increases by 1.
If the brightness needs to be decreased, press
(Previous button). Each time the
button is pressed, the brightness decreased by 1.
4) Press
(Enter button) and make the setting valid.
Press
(EXIT button) at <Screen28-1> then the LCD display changes to
<Screen28>.
Press
screen.
(EXIT button) at <Screen28> and the LCD display goes back to [Ready]
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29. Confirming Imprinter installation
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen29>.
<Screen29>
!
S
2
t
9
a
t
I
u
m
s
p
r
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P
n
o
t
s
e
t
[XXXX/XXXX], imprinter installation status is displayed.
(1) Only fi-486PRFR is installed:
[Pre]
(2) Only fi-486PRRE is installed:
[Post]
(3) Both fi-486PRFR and fi-486PRRE are installed:
[Post/Pre]
2) By pressing
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(EXIT button), LCD display goes back to “Ready”.
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7.4
Test Mode Overview
■ Outline
Scanner operation can be checked in offline test mode.
To enter the test mode, follow the procedures below.
7
- Test mode
Keep pressing
(Start button) and turn on the power.
Then the operator panel LCD displays the following message.
Press
(Left arrow button) or
By pressing
M
S
O
E
D
T
E
U
S
P
E
L
T
E
E
C
S
T
T
SETUP MODE
<
>
(Right arrow button) and select [Reset].
(Enter button), the scanner enters test mode.
To end the test mode, turn off the power.
The blinking item is the one selected.
HINT
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■ Button functions in test mode
Button name
[Next]
[Previous]
Function
Displays the next menu without saving the change.
Referred to as Next button in this manual.
Displays the previous menu without saving the change.
Referred to as Previous button in this manual.
Moves to the right item on the menu
Referred to as Right arrow button in this manual.
Moves to the left item on the menu
Referred to as Left arrow button in this manual.
- Saves the change and then displays the next menu
- Moves to the lower level menu
Referred to as Enter button in this manual.
Moves to the upper level menu without saving the change
Referred to as EXIT button in this manual.
■ Transition of screens in test mode
Refer to the next page.
The LCD screen transition chart in the following pages show the concept.
Some of the details are not expressed in the chart.
For the details, please refer to the descriptions in “ Contents of test mode setting”
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■ Contents of test mode setting
LCD display
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Descriptions
Single feed
Scans a sheet of document without connecting to PC.
Multi feed
Scans documents continuously without connecting to PC.
Device Life
Shows the cumulative lamp-on hours.
Options
Shows the options installation status.
7.4 Test Mode Overview
7.5 Test Mode Details
1. Single feed
Without connecting PC, the scanner's whole mechanism operation can be checked.
Only one sheet of document is fed with this test.
Scan parameters can be changed and used for scanning.
Imprinter test print can be performed at the same time.
1) Place the documents to scan on the hopper.
2) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen50>.
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3) At <Screen50>, press
is displayed.
0
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(Enter button) or
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(Start button). Then <Screen50-1>
<Screen50-1>
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4) At <Screen 50-1>, press
Press
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(Right arrow button) and select [Setup].
(Enter button) or
(Start button). Then <Screen50-2> is displayed.
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<Screen50>
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4) Specify the scanning conditions.
(1) At <Screen50-2>, select the left most item, [S] in the sample screen, and press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen50-2.1>.
<Screen50-2.1>
S
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(Left arrow button) or
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X
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(Right arrow button) and select
simplex or duplex.
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting.
Then the display goes back to <Screen50-2>.
(2) At <Screen50-2>, select the second item from left, [A4P] in the sample screen, and
press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen50-2.2>.
<Screen50-2.2>
P
At this screen, press
A
P
(Left arrow button) or
E
A
R
4
S
P
I
Z
E
(Right arrow button) and select the
document size and the orientation. Following parameters can be specified.
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A4 portrait
A4P
B4 portrait
B4P
Legal portrait
LGP
11 x 17 inch portrait
DLP
A3 portrait
A3P
A5 landscape
A5L
B5 landscape
B5L
Letter landscape
LTL
A4 landscape
A4L
A5 portrait
A5P
B5 portrait
B5P
Letter portrait
LTP
7.5 Test Mode Details
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting.Then the display goes back to
<Screen50-2>.
(3) At <Screen50-2>, select the third item from left, [BW] in the sample screen, and
press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen50-2.3>.
<Screen50-2.3>
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In this screen, press
e
(Right arrow button) and select
the scan mode: binary (BW) or color(COLOR).
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting.Then the display goes back to
<Screen50-2>.
(4) At <Screen50-2>, select the right most item, [200] in the sample screen, and press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen50-2.4>.
<Screen50-2.4>
R
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S
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O
N
(Right arrow button) and select scan
resolution. Following parameters can be specified.
200:
Scan at 200 dpi
240:
Scan at 240 dpi
300:
Scan at 300 dpi
400:
Scan at 400 dpi
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting.Then the display goes back to
<Screen50-2>.
(5) Press
(Enter button). Then the display goes back to <Screen50-1>.
At <Screen50-1>, select [START], and press
(Start button).
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If fi-486PRFR and/or fi-486PRREis installed, <Screen50-3> is displayed fo you to
setup imprinter test conditions.
If an imprinter(s) is not installed, the scanner starts scanning operations.
<Screen50-3>
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(Right arrow button) and:
Select [On] to do imprinter test while scanning.
Then select the imprinter to use.
If the printer to use is fi-486PRFR, select [Pre].
If fi-486PRRE, select [Post].
If imprinter test is not required, select [Off].
6) Press
(Start button). Scanning operation starts with or without imprinter test .
HINT
If you want to quit, press
(Stop button).
LCD display goes back to <Screen50>.
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2. Multi feed
Without connecting PC, the scanner's whole mechanism operation can be checked.
In this test documents are scanned continuously.
Scan parameters can be changed and used for scanning.
Imprinter test print can be performed at the same time.
1) Place the documents to scan on the hopper.
2) Press
(Next button) or
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(Previous button) and let the LCD show <Screen51>.
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displayed.
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Press
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(Right arrow button) and select [Setup].
(Enter button) or
(Start button). Then <Screen51-2> is displayed.
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<Screen51>
5) Specify the scanning conditions.
(1) At <Screen51-2>, select the left most item, [S] in the sample screen, and press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen51-2.1>.
<Screen51-2.1>
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(Right arrow button) and
select simplex or duplex.
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting.
Then the display goes back to <Screen51-2>.
(2) At <Screen51-2>, select the second item from left, [A4P] in the sample screen, and
press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen51-2.2>.
<Screen51-2.2>
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E
A
R
4
(Left arrow button) or
S
P
I
Z
E
(Right arrow button) and
select the document size and the orientation. Following parameters can be
specified.
A4 portrait
A4P
B4 portrait
B4P
Legal portrait
LGP
11 x 17 inch portrait
DLP
A3 portrait
A3P
A5 landscape
A5L
B5 landscape
B5L
Letter landscape
LTL
A4 landscape
A4L
A5 portrait
A5P
B5 portrait
B5P
Letter portrait
LTP
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(Enter button) and confirm the setting.Then <Screen51-2> is redisplayed.
7.5 Test Mode Details
(3) At <Screen51-2>, select the third item from left, [BW] in the sample screen, and
press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen51-2.3>.
<Screen51-2.3>
R
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(Right arrow button) and select the
scan mode: binary (BW) or color(COLOR).
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SETUP MODE
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting. Then the display goes back to
<Screen51-2>.
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(4) At <Screen51-2>, select the right most item, [200] in the sample screen, and press
(Enter button). Then the LCD display shows <Screen51-2.4>.
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(Left arrow button) or
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(Right arrow button)
and select scan resolution. Following parameters can be specified.
200:
Scan at 200 dpi
240:
Scan at 240 dpi
300:
Scan at 300 dpi
400 sheets:
Scan at 400 dpi
Press
(Enter button) and confirm the setting. Then <Screen51-2> is
redisplayed.
(5) Press
(Enter button). Then <Screen51-1> is redisplayed.
At <Screen51-1>, select [START] and press
(Start button).
If fi-486PRFR and/or fi-486PRREis installed, <Screen51-3> is displayed for you to
setup imprinter test conditions.
If an imprinter(s) is not installed, the scanner starts scanning operations.
<Screen51-3>
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5) At <Screen50-3>, press
(Left arrow button) or
(Right arrow button) and:
Select [On] to do imprinter test while scanning.
Then, select the imprinter to use.
If the printer to use is fi-486PRFR, select [Pre].
If fi-486PRRE, select [Post].
If imprinter test is not required, select [Off] .
6) Press
If you want to quit, press
SETUP MODE
HINT
(Start button). Scanning operation starts with or without imprinter test.
(Stop button).
The LCD goes back to <Screen51>.
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3. Display the cumulative lamp-on hours
You can check the cumulative number of lamp-on hours.
1) Press
(Next button) or
(Previous button) and let LCD display <Screen53>.
<Screen53>
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2) At <Screen53>, press
is displayed.
0
D
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(Start button) or
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(Enter button). Then <Screen53-1>
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[F: XXXXXXXX] indicates the cumulative lamp-on hours for the Front-side lamp.
[B: XXXXXXXX] indicates the cumulative lamp-on hours for the Back-side lamp.
3) Press
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(Stop button) or
7.5 Test Mode Details
(EXIT button). Then <Screen53> is redisplayed.
4. Option installation status display
You can check the options installation status.
1) Press
(Next button) or
(PreviousPrevious button) and let LCD display
<Screen54>.
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SETUP MODE
2) At <Screen54>, press
displayed.
0
(Start button). <Screen54-1> is
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If fi-486PRFR is installed, LCD display shows [Pre Printer : ]. [ ] indicates that the
printer is installed. If not installed, it shows [Pre Printer:-] .
If fi-486PRRE is installed, LCD display shows [Post Printer : ]. [ ] indicates that the
printer is installed. If not installed, it shows [Post Printer:-] .
3) Press
(EXIT button) or
(Stop button). Then <Screen54> is redisplayed.
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8
OPTIONS
This chapter describes options for fi-4860C.
8.1 Options ...............................................................................232
8.2 fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter) ....................................233
8.3 fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter) .....................................234
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8.1 Options
The following lists options available for the scanner.
Descriptions
Part No.
Remarks
fi-486PRFR
PA03296-D206
Prints information on the front
of a document prior to scan
fi-486PRRE
PA03296-D200
Prints information such as
serial number on the back of a
document after scan
For the details please contact FUJITSU scanner dealer where you purchased the scanner or
FUJISTU group company responsible for your country.
HINT
ATTENTION
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8.1 Options
-fi-486PRFR is installed at the front side of
document path, inside of the scanner. It prints
prior to scanning.
-fi-486PRRE is installed at the rear side of the
document path, inside of the scanner. It prints
after the scanning.
The both imprinters can be installed on the
scaner at the same time.
However, only one of them can be specified for
printing.
Depending on the application, appropriate
imprinter should be specified.
8.2 fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter)
fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter) Specifications are described below.
Item
Descriptions
Printing Method
Thermal Ink Jet
Printable characters
Alpha bet letters : A to Z, a to z
Numeric characters: 0,1 to 9
8
Symbols : ! ” # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ { | }
Height 2.91mm x Width 2.82mm
Character pitch
Approximately 3.53mm
Printing area
Printable area is shown as below.
T: Length of a document
A: A half of the width of a document
D: 140.5mm or less (40column)
C: 70.0mm or more
T-(C+D) : 7mm or more
T
D
ABC...
Character size
Feeding Direction
40
OPTIONS
Maximum printable
characters per line
C
Consumables
C
E
N
T
E
R
A
Print Cartridge
As for the operations and functions of fi-486PRFR (Front side imprinter), refer to the fi-486PRFR
Operator's Guide included in the package.
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8.3 fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter)
fi-486PRFR (Rear side imprinter) Specifications are described below.
Item
Descriptions
Printing Method
Thermal Ink Jet
Printable characters
Alpha bet letters : A to Z, a to z
Numeric characters: 0,1 to 9
Symbols : ! ” # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ]^_ { | }
Character size
Height 2.91mm x Width 2.82mm
Character pitch
Approximately 3.53mm
Printing area
Printable area is shown as below.
T: Length of a document
A: A half of the width of a document
D: 140.5mm or less (40column)
C: 70.0mm or more
T-(C+D) : 7mm or more
T
D
ABC...
40
Feeding Direction
Maximum printable
characters per line
C
Consumables
C
E
N
T
E
R
A
Print Cartridge
As for the operations and functions of fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter), refer to the fi-486PRRE
Operator's Guide included in the package.
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8.3 fi-486PRRE (Rear side imprinter)
9
SCANNER
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter describes the Scanner Specifications.
9.1 Basic Product Specifications ...........................................236
9.2 Installation Specifications ................................................237
9.3 Dimensions ........................................................................239
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9.1 Basic Product Specifications
1
Scanner Type
ADF(Automatic Document Feeder)
and Manual feed
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2
Image sensor
Color CCD x 2
Front/Back
3
Light source
White cold cathode discharge
lamp x 2
Front/Back
4
Scanning area
Minimum
74mm×74mm
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Maximum
A3 or 11x17 in.
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5
Document thickness
52g/m2 to 127g/m2
(* 1)
6
Scanning speed
(A4 Portrait) * 2
Binary (Black
and White)
Simplex 60 ppm
Duplex 120 ipm
200dpi
Color
Simplex 60 ppm
Duplex 120 ipm
150 dpi (* 3)
200 dpi
7
ADF capacity
500 sheets
8
Optical resolution
400 dpi
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9
Output resolution Binary (Black
and White)
100, 150, 200, 240, 300, 400 dpi
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Grayscale
100, 150, 200, 240, 300, 400 dpi
-
Color
100, 150, 200, 300, 400 dpi
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10
Grayscale level
8 bits per color
11
Output mode of halftone patterns
Dither/Error diffusion
12
Interface
Ultra Wide SCSI
13
Other functions
JPEG compression
80g/m2
internal 10
bits
Shielded, 68
pin half
density (Mini
DB68)
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(* 1) For details, see “Chapter 8 ADF and Document Specifications”
(* 2) The scanning speed is the maximum speed of the scanner hardware. The actual speed may
be slower due to the system overhead such as data transfer time.
(* 3) With JPEG enabled
(* 4) The maximum capacity varies depending on the document thickness. Refer to
“Chapter 6 ADF DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS.”
(* 5) Avoid connecting other SCSI devices to the same bus.
It can reduces the scaner throughput.
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9.2 Installation Specifications
Item
Dimensions?mm
(With hopper and stacker
retracted)
Specification
Depth
Width
Height
431
520
523
Space requirements
9
100mm
SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
Scanner
500mm
100mm
600mm
Front view
Weight (kg)
Input power
45 kg
Voltage
AC100 - 240V±10 %
Phase
Single-phase
Frequency
50/60Hz + 2%/ -4%
Power consumption
200W or less
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Item
Ambient
condition
Specification
Device status
Operating
Not operating
Temperature
15 - 35degree Celsius
- 20 - 60 degree Celsius
Humidity
20 - 80%
8 - 95%
Heat capacity
172kcal or less
Shipping Weight (kg)
50kg
Product life
5years or 7,200,000 sheets whichever comes first.
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
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The product life of this scanner is 5 years or
7,200,000 sheet scans whichever comes first
from the date of purchase.
As for the the cumulative number of scanned
pages, please refer to the section "1.3 Basic
Operation of the Operator Panel, Operator
panel Counter display "
The actual product life may become shorter
than the 7,200,000 sheets depending on the
conditions for cleaning, consumables
replacement frequency, and the documents
quality.
If the scanner is used beyond the product life,
failures and/or scan performance degradation
may occur.
9.2 Installation Specifications
9.3 Dimensions
9
SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
9.3 Dimensions
239
240
9.3 Dimensions
APPENDIX 1 DROP-OUT COLOR
A drop-out color is a color visible by a human eye but not visible to the scanner.
To check the grounding color of document for a drop-out color, use the method and follow the
standards given below.
Print density measurement
The measurement must be made in one of the following ways:
- A light source using fluorescent.
- Macbeth PCS meter PCM II is used, which requires a filter.
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Relative Spectral Power
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
400
500
600
700
Wave Length (nm)
Drop-out color standard
In the spectrum of fluorescent lamp the PCS value must satisfy the following standards:
- Maximum: 0.14 or less
- Average: 0.1 or less
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AP-1
APPENDIX 2 DOUBLE-FEED
DETECTION CONDITIONS
There are three double-feed detection modes: document thickness, document length, and both
document thickness and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these
detection modes.
Detection by Document Thickness
Sheets of the same thickness shall be set in the ADF at a time.
- Document thickness: 0.065 to 0.15mm
- Printed area: 12% or less
- No black printed areas are allowed at the center area (26 x 10mm) at the leading edge
of the document.
- Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical center line of the document.
- The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through background areas must not
be less than 10%.
Detection by Document Length
Sheets of the same length shall be set in the ADF at a time.
- Document length deviation: 1% or less
- Printed area: 12% or less
- No black printed areas are allowed at the center area (26 x 10mm) at the leading edge
of the document.
- Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical enter line of the
document.
- The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through background areas
must not be less than 10%.
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AP-2
Detection by Document Thickness and Length
Sheets of the same thickness and length shall be set in the ADF at a time.
- Document length: 0.065 to 0.15mm
- Document length deviation: 1% or less
- Printed area: 12% or less
- No black printed areas are allowed at the center area (26 x 10mm) at the
leading edge of the document.
- Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical center line of the
document.
- The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through background areas
must not be less than 10%.
HINT
The type and the conditions of document
and the conditions sometimes cause the
double-feed detection rate to drop.
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AP-3
APPENDIX 3 MESSAGES OF
OPERATOR PANEL
■ Massages of Operator panel
<Not Ready status>
(Initializing)
changes to n with progress of time, and when all become n, it
move to the following check states.
<Not Ready status>
(Ejecting document)
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W a
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a
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(Checking sensor)
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c
m
k
i
s
g
e
-
n
u
s
p
o
n
s
r
e
m
t
i
n
h
g
o
-
p
u
p
p
e
W a
W a
i
t
i
n
g
I
F
<Not Ready status>
(Reseting the hopper)
<Not Ready status>
(Waiting to initialize
option board)
●
AP-4
N
n
o
o
w
w
!
!
r
N
o
n
w
o
!
w
!
r
N
o
n
w
o
!
w
!
R
e
a
d
y
<preparing the print
cartridge>
(At power on )
<Scanning>
P
a
l
P
a
l
P
a
l
P
N
l
o
e
n
a
e
s
w
e
e
n
a
e
s
w
e
e
n
a
e
s
w
e
e
w
a
s
R
e
e
p
n
r
k
e
I
p
n
r
k
e
I
p
n
r
k
e
I
a
a
d
i
n
n
p
(
a
p
r
r
e
e
)
p
(
a
p
r
o
e
s
t
)
p
(
a
B
r
o
e
t
h
)
e
g
w
!
x
I
x
n
x
k
x
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
<Scanning>
N
o
w
R
e
a
d
i
n
g
!
x
x
x
x
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
<AtLow power
mode>
When the messages of LCD on the Operation panel disappears
and the Power LED lamp lights, the scanner is in Low power
mode.
ATTENTION
The scanner wake up from Low power mode by one
of the following operations.
Press any button on the Operator Panel.
Set the documents on the Hopper.
Send the command from PC.
●
AP-5
<Cleaning request>
(Scanning)
When the Pickroller needs to be cleaned, the following message
is displayed on the Operator panel.
C
N
l
o
e
w
a
n
R
e
P
a
i
d
c
i
k
n
r
g
o
!
l
x
l
x
e
x
r
x
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
(Scanning)
When the Removable sheet guide and the Glass sheet guide
require cleaning the following message is displayed on the
Operator panel.
C
N
l
o
e
w
a
n
R
e
A
a
D
d
F
i
n
G
g
l
!
a
x
s
x
s
x
x
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
(Scanning)
When both the Pickroller and the sheet guides need to be
cleaned, the following message is displayed on the Operator
panel.
C
C
●
AP-6
l
l
e
e
a
a
n
n
P
A
i
D
c
F
k
r
G
o
l
l
a
l
s
e
s
r
<Cleaning request>
(Waiting)
When the Pickroller needs to be cleaned, the following message
is displayed on the Operator panel.
C
l
e
R
a
e
n
a
d
P
y
i
c
x
k
x
r
x
o
x
l
x
l
x
e
x
r
x
"xxxxxxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
(Waiting)
When the Removable sheet guide and the Glass sheet guide
need to be cleaned, the following message is displayed on the
Operator panel.
C
l
e
R
a
e
n
a
d
A
y
D
F
x
x
G
x
l
x
a
x
s
x
s
x
x
"xxxxxxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
(Waiting)
When both the Pickroller and the sheet guides need to be
cleaned, the following message is displayed on the Operator
panel.
C
C
HINT
l
l
e
e
a
a
n
n
P
A
i
D
c
F
k
r
G
o
l
l
a
l
s
e
s
r
During waiting status, “Ready” and “cleaning directions” are displayed by turns every 2 seconds.
●
AP-7
<Double feed error> The following message is displayed while the scanner is scanning continuously in the state where double feed has detected
(Scanning)
(by thickness check).
If a double feed detection state is canceled on “Ready“ screen
after scanning, the upper row of this message disappear.
N
o
D
w
o
u
R
b
e
l
a
e
d
i
F
n
e
g
e
!
d
x
x
x
x
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
(Waiting)
The following message is displayed while the scanner is waiting
in the state where double feed (check in thickness) has
detected.
Press the [Stop] button, and the double feed detection state is
canceled.
The upper row of this message blinks with cycle per second
D
HINT
●
AP-8
o
u
R
b
e
l
a
e
d
F
y
e
x
e
x
d
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
"xxxx"(upper) shows the number of Abration counter
value.
"xxxxxxxx"(lower) shows the number of Life counter
value.
■ Error mesage (Temporary error)
<Hopper empty>
The following messages are displayed if no documents are on
the hopper during the scanning opperation. Please place documents on the hopper. Scanning is continued, when placing documents on the hopper for re-scanning.
To clear this message, press the [Stop] button.
P
a
p
e
r
u
P
b
a
l
p
e
e
r
x
p
x
y
x
m
x
t
x
E
e
E
e
m
d
p
x
t
x
y
x
x
x
(at Double feed)
D
o
F
"xxxx" shows the number of Batch counter value.
HINT
<Paper Jam>
The following message displayed if a document is jammed in the
ADF.
Refer to “Operator guide” included in “User manual CD-ROM”
for removing the document remained in the scanner.
P
HINT
<ADF cover open>
a
p
e
r
J
a
m
x
One of "1" - "8" is displayed instead of "x", depending
on paper jam status.
The following message is displayed if the ADF cover is not
closed completely.
Close the ADF cover completely, to enable scanning.
A
D
F
-
C
o
v
e
r
O
p
e
n
●
AP-9
<Double feed error> The following message is displayed, when the double feed is
(by thickness check) detectied by thickness check.
D
(by length check)
e
n
AP-10
e
F
e
e
d
g
t
h
e
r
r
o
r
i
s
-
p
i
c
k
i
c
k
o
v
e
r
r
u
n
The following message is displayed, When skewed document is
fed from the hopper to the ADF.
I
●
l
The following message is displayed, when a document is sent
from the hopper to the ADF and it goes into too much than the
normal position.
P
<Skew error>
b
The following message is displayed, when a document is not
sent from the hopper to the ADF.
M
<Pick over run>
u
The following message is displayed, when the double feed is
detectied by length check.
L
<Miss pick>
o
r
r
e
g
u
l
a
r
p
a
p
e
r
<Hopper is full or
Pick unit not set>
The following message is displayed, when the Pick roller unit is
not set correctly or when there are too many documents.
(When the documents are on the hopper.)
H
<Pick unit not set>
o
p
p
e
i
c
k
n
i
c
e
r
l
o
a
d
r
o
o
t
l
l
s
e
e
r
t
u
n
i
t
r
k
o
l
l
e
r
u
n
i
t
The following message is displayed, when scanning while the
Break roller unit is not set correctly.
B
<Separation roller >
v
The following message is displayed, when the Pick roller unit is
not set correctly during scanning.
P
<Break roller not
set>
o
The following message is displayed, when the Pick roller unit is
not set correctly.
(When the documents are not exist on the hopper.)
P
<Pick unit not set>
r
r
e
n
a
o
k
t
r
s
o
e
l
t
l
e
r
The following message is displayed, when rotating the Separation roller and the Brake roller does not rotate at all.
r
S
o
e
l
p
l
a
e
r
r
a
t
w
i
o
o
r
n
n
●
AP-11
<Checking Consum- The following message is displayed, when the Abration counter
ables>
value exceeds the setting value to display an consumables
replacement message.
A
<Print cartridge not
set>
b
r
a
t
i
o
n
a
l
a
r
m
The following message is displayed, when the Print cartridge is
not set to fi-486PRFR (Imprinter of front-side) or to fi-486PRRE
(Imprinter of rear-side).
P
o
r
N
P
o
o
N
e
I
n
k
C
a
r
t
r
i
d
g
e
s
I
t
n
k
C
a
r
t
r
i
d
g
e
■ Alarm message (Hardware error)
The following messages are displayed, when an error occurs inside the sccaner. In this
case, please switch on the power supply once again after disconnecting the power
supply.
If the same message is displayed again, please contact to a distributor or an nearest
imaging service and support center for help.
<Optical alarm >
(Front side)
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs to the
front side optical unit.
F
O
<Optical alarm >
(Back side)
AP-12
o
t
n
i
t
c
a
S
l
i
d
A
e
l
a
r
m
The following message is displayed, when an error occur to the
back side optical unit.
B
O
●
r
p
a
p
c
t
k
i
c
S
a
i
l
d
e
A
l
a
r
m
<Motor fuse alarm>
(Toransport motor)
The following messages are displayed, when the fuse of various
motors (Toransport motor, Separation motor, Pick motor, Hopper
motor) goes out.
F
F
u
e
s
e
e
d
p
F
a
u
r
s
a
e
t
F
P
u
i
s
c
e
k
F
o
u
p
s
p
e
e
(Separation motor)
S
e
(Pick motor)
(Hopper motor)
H
<Lamp fuse alarm>
(Front side)
r
r
o
m
r
a
o
l
n
a
i
r
m
m
o
a
m
l
o
a
t
r
o
m
r
a
l
m
a
o
r
t
m
o
r
t
o
r
r
o
F
n
u
t
s
e
s
i
a
d
l
e
a
r
l
m
a
m
p
a
F
c
u
k
s
e
s
i
a
d
l
e
a
r
l
m
a
m
p
The following message is displayed, when the fuse for changing
the Background of front side belows out.
B
<Background fuse
alarm>
(Back side)
a
t
The following message is displayed, when the fuse for the lamp
for back side belows out.
B
<Background fuse
alarm>
(Front side)
l
o
The following message is displayed, when the fuse for the lamp
for front side belows out.
F
<Lamp fuse alarm>
(Back side)
a
m
a
c
F
k
u
g
s
r
e
o
u
a
n
l
d
a
:
r
F
m
r o
n
t
The following message is displayed, when the fuse for changing
the Background of back side belows out.
B
a
c
F
k
u
g
s
r
e
o
u
a
n
l
d
a
:
r
B
m
a
c
●
k
AP-13
<Background fuse
error>
(Front side)
The following message is displayed, when the Background of
front side is unable to change.
B
<Background fuse
error>
(Back side)
AP-14
c
F
k
r
g
o
r
n
o
t
u
n
s
d
i
d
A
e
l
a
r
m
The following message is displayed, when the Background of
back side is unable to change.
B
●
a
a
c
B
k
a
g
c
r
k
o
u
s
n
i
d
d
e
A
l
a
r
m
<Hopper over run>
The following message is displayed, when the hopper moves
over the normal position.
H
<Sensor control
error>
o
e
r
o
v
e
r
r
u
n
e
n
s
o
A
r
l
a
C
r
o
m
n
t
r
o
l
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs owing
to a dirt on the sensor.
x
HINT
<Sensor error>
p
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the
sensor control part.
S
<Sensor dirty error>
p
x
x
x
S
e
n
s
o
r
d
i
r
t
y
"xxxx." shows the sensor name (SF0, SA4, and SSK2
etc.)
The following message is displayed, when a sensor error occurs
x
HINT
x
x
x
S
e
n
s
o
r
e
r
r
o
r
"xxxx." shows the sensor name (SF0, SA4, and SSK2
etc.)
●
AP-15
<Temprrature error> The following message is displayed, when the temperature
inside the scanner becomes higher than standard temperature.
T
<Power supply
error>
HINT
AP-16
r
a
a
r
t
m
u
r
e
o
w
e
e
r
r
r
s
o
u
r
p
p
l
y
A
N
A
l
a
r
m
e
m
o
r
y
A
l
a
r
m
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in
EEPROM.
A
E
●
e
l
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the
Memory.
M
<EEPROM Alarm>
p
a
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs on
the Fan.
F
<Memory alarm>
m
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the
Power supply.
P
<Fan alarm>
e
D
E
D
P
R
R
E
O
S
M
S
A
0
l
0
a
H
r
m
The adress where the error occurs is displayed into
"xxxx."
<VDCC Read/Write
error>
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs during accessing to the area of VDCC.
V
<Dither/Gamma
Read/Write error>
D
C
C
2
R
/
W
E
r
r
o
r
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs during accessing to the Dither/Gamma RAM.
D
i
R
t
/
h e
W
r
E
/
r
G
r
a
o
m
r
m a
<Temporary memory The following message is displayed, when an error occurs durRead/Write error>
ing accessing to the temporary memory.
T
<MDC download
error>
e
m
p
M
e
m
R
/
W e
r
r
o
r
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs during downloading the firmware to MDC.
M
D
C
E
d
r
o
r
w
o
n
r
l
o
a
d
<Image transratation The following message is displayed, when an error occurs duralarm>
ing sending image data.
I
<Imprinter alarm>
m
g
T
r
a
n
s
A
l
a
r
m
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in
fi-486PRFR (Imprinter of front-side) or fi-486PRRE (Imprinter of
rear-side).
I
P
m
r
p
e
r
i
n
t
e
r
A
l
a
r
m
I
P
m
o
p
s
r
t
i
n
t
e
r
A
l
a
r
m
●
AP-17
<Command alarm>
The following message is displayed, when an error occurs in the
command sequence from PC.
(MDC command timeout 1)
C
o
m
m
a
n
d
E
r
r
o
r
1
(MDC command timeout 2)
C
o
m
m
a
n
d
E
r
r
o
r
2
ÅiSDC command
Sequence errorÅj
C
o
m
m
a
n
d
E
r
r
o
r
3
(MDC response
error)
C
o
m
m
a
n
d
E
r
r
o
r
4
(SCSI response time
out)
C
o
m
m
a
n
d
E
r
r
o
r
5
M
D
S
T
i
e
o
u
t
(MDC timeout)
●
AP-18
m
INDEX
●
IN-1
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2
fi-4860C Image Scanner Operator’s Guide
P3PC-E167-01EN
Date of issuance: August, 2002
Issuance responsibility: PFU LIMITED
Printed in Japan
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• PFU LIMITED. is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting from use of this scanner
and procedures described in this manual, profit due to defects, and any claims by a third
party.
• For details on the scanner's warranty conditions, refer to the stipulations on the warranty
packaged with the scanner.
• Repair parts for this scanner are retained for a minimum of five years from discontinuation of
production.
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