Fujitsu C150-E141-02EN Photo Scanner User Manual

C150-E141-02EN
M4099D Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
M4099D
Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
Edition
Date published
01
December, 1999
First edition
02
February, 2000
• Typos corrected • Illusts corrected about pad
and regulation label • Descriptions deleted
about sleep (power saving) mode, endorser,
and error count and history • Descriptions
corrected about buzzer, some setup options,
how to quit setup mode, and replacement cycle
of consumables • FCC statement added
Revised contents
Specification No. C150-E141-02EN
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limit for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus set out in the Radio interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
Le pésent appareil numérique n’ément pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les
limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la classe A prescridtes dans le
Réglesment sur le brouillage radioélectrique dicté par le ministere des Communications du Canada.
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Preface
This manual explains how to use the M4099D image scanner. This scanner
can be equipped with an optional endorser; however, Illustrations in this
manual do not include the endorser except those in Chapter 5. For details
of the endorser, refer to its Operator Guide.
This manual contains COMPONENTS, INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS, OPERATING INSTRUCTION, DOCUMENT SPECIFICATION,
SPECIFICATIONS, and SETUP, BROWSE, AND TEST MODES.
Refer to the CD-ROM for the information about the routine operation of the
M4099D.
The CD-ROM contains OPERATING INSTRUCTION, CLEANING, REPLACEMENT OF PARTS, ADJUSTMENT and TROUBLESHOOTING.
The M4099D is very fast and highly functional image scanner developed for
volume filing, using charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensors. This
scanner features duplex scanning and high quality image processing with an
automatic document feeder (ADF).
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Conventions
Special information, such as warnings, cautions, and notes are indicated as
follows:
WARNING
WARNING indicates that serious personal injury may result if you do not follow
a procedure correctly.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates that minor personal injury, loss of data, or damage to the
scanner may result if you do not follow a procedure correctly.
NOTE
NOTE indicates remarks, tips, and other useful supplementary information.
The following symbols are used in this manual.
Used for general WARNING and CAUTION.
Used for NOTE.
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CONTENTS
q CHAPTER 1
COMPONENTS
Checking the Components ......................................................... 1-1
Units and Assemblies ................................................................ 1-2
Operator Panel .......................................................................... 1-5
Buzzer ....................................................................................... 1-8
q CHAPTER 2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Precautions ................................................................................ 2-1
Inspection .................................................................................. 2-2
Cable Connection ....................................................................... 2-4
q CHAPTER 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTION
Turning the Power On ............................................................... 3-1
Basic Operation of the Operator Panel ...................................... 3-2
q CHAPTER 4
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATION
Document Size ........................................................................... 4-1
Document Quality ....................................................................... 4-2
q CHAPTER 5
SPECIFICATIONS
Installation Specifications .......................................................... 5-1
External Dimensions .................................................................. 5-2
Consumables ............................................................................. 5-3
Options ...................................................................................... 5-4
q CHAPTER 6
SETUP, BROWSE, AND TEST MODES
Setup, Browse, and Test Modes ............................................... 6-1
Activating the Setup or Browse Mode ....................................... 6-2
Contents of the Setup or Browse Mode ..................................... 6-4
Activating the Test Mode ......................................................... 6-47
Contents of the Test Mode ...................................................... 6-49
q GLOSSARY OF TERMS ................................................................................ GL-1
q INDEX ............................................................................................................. IN-1
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CHAPTER
CHAPTER
2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
CHAPTER
CHAPTER
4
3
OPERATING INSTRUCTION
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATION
CHAPTER
CHAPTER
1 COMPONENTS
5 SPECIFICATIONS
6 SETUP, BROWSE, AND TEST MODES
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
INDEX
COMPONENTS
INSTALLATION AND
CONNECTIONS
OPERATING
INSTRUCTION
DOCUMENT
SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATIONS
SETUP, BROWSE,
AND TEST MODES
GLOSSARY
OF TERMS
INDEX
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CHAPTER
1
COMPONENTS
After unpacking the scanner, confirm that all the components have been
received. This chapter describes the components of the scanner, part
names, and operator panel arrangement and their function.
Checking the Components
Units and Assemblies
Operator Panel
Buzzer
Checking the Components
These high precision components must be handled with care.
Confirm that all the components shown in the following figure have been received. Mount the stop
lever on the stacker of the scanner.
If any component is missing, please contact your sales agent.
* Stop lever
Scanner
Power cable
for North America
Power cable
for Europe
*
or
Operator’s Guide
(this manual) and
two CD-ROMs
1-1
Units and Assemblies
This section shows the exterior view and assemblies of the scanner. This section also provides names
of each part and describes their functions.
Units
19
18
17
16
17
15
12
6
13
7
14
4
7
8
1
9
2
10
11
5
3
20
21
22
1-2
23
4
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Name
Operator panel
Power switch
Hopper
Hopper guides
Hopper extension
Automatic document feeder (ADF)
ADF release lever
Pick roller unit
Guide plate
Pad
Brake roller
Upper transport unit
Lever
Side cover
Stacker
Check stopper
Stacker guides
Stop lever
Stacker extension
Main line switch
Power inlet
Interface connectors
Interface connectors
Function
Used to operate the scanner.
Used to power on or off.
Document input tray.
Used to adjust the document width.
For use with long documents.
Feeds documents automatically.
Used to open the ADF.
Picks top page in document stack.
The pad is mounted on.
Separates top page from document stack.
Separates top page from document stack.
Opens for easy access.
Used to open the upper transport unit.
Opens to access back-side lamp.
Document exit tray.
Adjustable stopper for shorter length documents.
Helps guide documents into stacker.
Used to keep documents in the stacker.
For use with long documents.
Controls supply of line power to the scanner.
Power cable connection.
Video and RS-232C
Two SCSIs.
1-3
Assemblies
Lower sheet guide assembly
Pick roller unit
Brake roller
Lamp unit (back side)
Pad
Lamp
Lamp unit (front side)
Lamp
Guide plate
1-4
Operator Panel
The operator panel is located at the lower right hand side of the scanner. The panel consists of an
LCD (24 character x 2 line), LEDs, and buttons.
Arrangement
Operator panel
LCD
24 characters x 2 lines
DATA
CHECK
POWER
F1
MENU
F2
ENTER
F3
CANCEL
1-5
Button/LED Function
Button name Function
Turns on or off the power when the main line switch is set to “I”.
MENU
Sets the scanner in setup or browse mode. It is also used to set test mode. (See Chapter 6)
Setup mode is used for customizing the scanner. Browse mode is used for glancing conditions of the scanner.
Test mode is used for testing the scanner offline.
ENTER
Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
CANCEL
• Clears an error if any.
• Stops current scanning when the video interface is used.
• Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
• Lifts the hopper in normal mode without errors.
• Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
• Lowers the hopper in normal mode without errors.
• Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
Used in setup, browse, or test mode.
F1
Available as shortcut keys when functions are defined in setup mode.
F2
F3
LED
POWER
DATA
CHECK
Function
Lights when the power is on.
Lights when the image buffer contains data.
Blinks when an equipment error occurs.
LCD Display
LCD
Function
Displays equipment status or error contents.
1-6
Operation status display
After power is turned on, the LCD indicates the following messages in normal mode.
Please wait
Wait for a moment. This is indicated when processing takes a long
time.
When this is displayed after turning power on, the second line
indicates initializing messages.
Ready
Manual Feeding
Feeding
Transferring Data
The scanner can receive a command from the host computer or
can be set in setup, browse, or test mode.
Load documents on the hopper table manually.
The scanner is feeding documents. The second line indicates the
number of documents fed per batch.
The scanner is sending data to the host computer.
Error status display
When the scanner detects errors, the LCD indicates the following messages. There are two types of
errors: temporary errors and equipment errors.
Temporary errors:
Hopper empty
Equipment errors:
Optical error: Front
The message is cleared just by following the next message.
Mis-pick
Cover open
To clear the message, you must clean or replace the specified part.
Fuse alarm: Front lamp
1-7
Buzzer
The scanner has a buzzer to indicate that an error has occurred or an operator panel button is
pressed. The buzzer function can be set on or off by following the procedure “Buzzer” in Chapter 6
SETUP, BROWSE, AND TEST MODES.
1-8
Sound condition
Function
Error occurred
Sounds continuously. The buzzer turns off when any button is pressed or the
power is turned off. Even when a button is pressed, the scanner continues
to display the error.
Button pressed
Sounds briefly. This sound cannot be disabled by the buzzer setup.
CHAPTER
2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
The chapter describes how to install and connect the scanner.
Precautions
Inspection
Cable Connection
WARNING
Place the machine with no portion of the scanner hangs over the desktop.
Never attempt to move or relocate the machine without help. And hold the
horizontal plane of the scanner bottom. (Not inclined plane)
ACHTUNG
Precautions
Stellen Sie den Scanner sicher auf eine waagerechte, ebene Flache.
Bewegen Sie den Scanner nicht ohne Hilfe.
This section describes precautions when installing the scanner.
Do not install the scanner in the following places and environments.
• Place the scanner away from electrical noise sources, strong magnetic fields and air flow. If the scanner
is used near an air conditioner, copying machine, or TV set, the scanner may operate incorrectly.
• Keep the scanner out of the sun and away from heaters. These environments may shorten the scanner
life or cause hardware failures.
• Do not install the scanner in a place where vibrations may occur. This environment may cause hardware
failures or may cause the scanner to operate incorrectly.
• Do not install the scanner in a humid, dusty, or damp places. These environments may shorten the
scanner life or cause hardware failures. Do not place the scanner where liquid spills may occur.
• Be aware of the static electricity. Be sure that the flooring and the desk are made of materials that do
not generate the static electricity.
See Chapter 5 SPECIFICATIONS for the information such as the size of the installation space.
2-1
Inspection
This section describes how to check the labels.
Three labels
Label A (An example)
2-2
Label B (An example)
MODEL M4099D
IMAGE SCANNER
PART NO. CA04315-B002
AC100-240V
SER. NO.
1 phase
DATE
1999-10
FUJITSU LIMITED
2.9/1.5A
MADE
IN
50/60Hz
65
kgf
JAPAN
Label C (An example)
MODEL NAME M4099D
PART NO. CA04315-B002
MODEL
- 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
REV.
- 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
- 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
2-3
Cable Connection
This section describes how to connect the cables.
Connect the cables as follows:
Turning the main line switch off
Press “O” side of the main line switch to turn the power off.
Main line switch
Connecting the power cable
Connect the power cable to the power inlet of the device and a power outlet.
2-4
Connecting the interface cable
Connect the video interface, RS-232C interface, or SCSI interface cables and secure them with hooks
or screws. Connect the other ends to the host computer.
NOTE
• SCSI-ID is set to No. 5 at shipment. Refer to Chapter 6 when changing the setting.
• No SCSI terminator is required for an open connector thanks to the automatic switch function.
2-5
CHAPTER
3
OPERATING INSTRUCTION
This chapter describes how to turn the power on, and also describes how to operate the operator panel (basic operation).
Refer to Reference Guide about information on loading document and
opening/closing the upper transport unit.
Turning the Power On
Basic Operation of the Operator Panel
3
Turning the Power On
This section describes how to turn the power on.
Press “I” side of the main line switch located at the back of the scanner. Press the power switch of
the operator panel. The power goes on and the green POWER lamp at the operator panel lights.
Main line switch
Operator panel
Power switch
3-1
Basic Operation of the Operator Panel
This section describes basic operation of the operator panel including how to enter the mode selection mode in which you can use setup mode, browse mode, and test mode.
Displaying detailed information if an error occurred
If an error occurs, the CHECK LED blinks and the error message is displayed on the LCD. For
example, the LCD indicates as follows:
Cover open
Press
3-2
CANCEL
to clear the error (depending on an error, it cannot be cleared).
Lifting or lowering the hopper
When the scanner has no error (the CHECK LED does not light), pressing
and pressing
lowers the hopper.
lifts the hopper
CAUTION
During hopper height adjustment, do not touch the hopper table or do not put
anything on the hopper table to prevent your fingers from being caught. If
something is caught in the mechanism, the scanner may be damaged.
This function is valid when:
Ready
is displayed.
In details:
• The DATA LED does not light (the scanner contains no data),
• The scanning operation is not in progress,
• The scanner is not in test mode (except the offline feed test), and
• The scanner is not in setup or browse mode.
The hopper stops at the pick position or at the 250-, 500-, or 1000-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 250-sheet position,
for example, the hopper table can load about 250 sheets of paper.
Each time you press
or
, the hopper lifts or lowers by one position. Pressing
is loaded, the hopper lifts up to the pick position.
when paper
3-3
Clearing a consumable life alarm
This scanner has the consumable counter to estimate consumable life of the scanner. When the
consumable counter reaches the prescribed value, the LCD indicates an alarm that the consumable may be expired. For example, the following message appears:
Consumable life alarm
In this case, press
CANCEL
. The LCD indicates the following message:
Reset Consumable Counter?
Yes:Enter No:Cancel
Yes (press ENTER ): The scanner resets the consumable counter to zero.
No (press CANCEL ): The scanner does not reset the consumable counter. In this case, the
consumable life alarm recurs when the next sheet is fed.
3-4
Confirming the number of sheets processed by the scanner
The LCD indicates the numbers of sheets scanned during online or in test mode (offline feed test).
The LCD indicates the numbers as follows:
Scanning
AAAAAAAA
MMMM
Value
Meaning
Description
AAAAAAAA
Abrasion counter
MMMM
Batch counter
Eight columns of numbers indicate the accumulative
number of sheets fed by this scanner.
Four columns of numbers indicate the number of sheets fed
per hopper.
3-5
Using the function buttons (F1, F2, and F3)
This scanner has the three function buttons ( F1 ,
, and
) to save time when
F2
F3
using a setup function which is likely to require tedious operation. Use these buttons as shortcut
keys when you frequently use certain setup functions for your jobs. See Chapter 6 for details.
You can use function buttons after allocating a setup function to it. This allocation can be done in
setup mode. After allocation, the allocated function can be easily accessed just by pressing the
function button. For allocatable setup functions, see Chapter 6.
The function buttons are available when:
Ready
is displayed.
In details:
• The DATA LED does not light (the scanner contains no data),
• The scanning operation is not in progress,
• The scanner is not in test mode, and
• The scanner is not in setup or browse mode.
The function buttons are available even in the setup mode lock state (see Chapter 6).
3-6
Using the setup, browse, and test modes
This scanner has the setup mode, browse mode, and test mode to ease operation for customizing
the scanner, glancing setup conditions of the scanner, and testing the scanner offline respectively.
There are two ways to enter these modes:
• Press MENU when the LCD indicates “Ready” or
• Turn the power on while pressing MENU .
Available functions differ with the two ways. For details, see Chapter 6.
In the following way, you can use the setup mode and browse mode.
POWER ON
Please wait
Ready
: Cursor buttons
MENU
: Blinking
CANCEL
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP
BROWSE
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP
BROWSE
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
ENTER
<<BROWSE MODE>>
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
XXXXX
<<BROWSE MODE>>
XXXXX
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
3-7
In the following way, you can use the test mode in addition to the setup mode and browse mode.
To quit these modes, turn the power off.
POWER ON with MENU ON
T
Please wait
* : Cursor buttons
: Blinking
* Turn off to quit <<MODE SELECT>>.
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
ENTER
<<BROWSE MODE>>
CANCEL
CANCEL
CANCEL
3-8
<<BROWSE MODE>>
XXXXX
ENTER
ENTER
<<TEST MODE>>
ENTER
ENTER
<<SETUP MODE>>
XXXXX
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
Transition of operator panel status and display
The following outlines the transition of status and display of the operator panel.
POWER ON
POWER ON with MENU ON
F1, F2, F3
Shortcut to
setup functions
Ready
(normal mode)
CANCEL
Error message
Error
occurred
MENU
CANCEL
Mode select screen
(Setup and Browse)
ENTER
Turn power
off to quit.
CANCEL
Setup mode
Mode select screen
(Setup, Browse, and Test)
ENTER
CANCEL
ENTER
Browse mode
CANCEL
Test mode
3-9
CHAPTER
4
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATION
This chapter describes the document size and document quality
of the scanner.
Document Size
Document Quality
Document Size
The following figure shows document sizes that the scanner can read.
Feeding Direction
Scanner
M4099D
B
A
Maximum
B
A
297 (11.7 in)
432 (17 in)
Minimum
A7 size
= 74 (2.9 in) x 105 (4.1 in):
Available in both portrait
and landscape orientations
(Unit : mm)
4-1
Document Quality
This section describes paper types of documents and ream weights of paper available for the scanner, and precautions.
Paper types of documents
The recommended paper types of documents are as follows:
NOTE
Use the specified paper only. (In rare occasion, double feeding or document damage may occur.)
• Fine paper
• Plain paper (for example, the paper specified for XEROX4024)
• OCR paper
When using any other paper types of documents, carefully read a certain number of documents to
check if the ADF successfully feeds documents.
NOTE
Because documents may be damaged when an error occurs, do not feed an important original
document.
Ream weight of paper
The ream weight of paper is as follows:
• 52 to 127 g/m2 (13.9 to 34 lb)
NOTE
lb indicates the pound weight of 500 sheets of 17 x 22 inch paper (3.76 g/m2).
4-2
Precautions
Be careful not to scan the following document. Preliminary document feed test may be necessary to
avoid the unexpected errors. If the document slips in ADF (JAM error) or double feed occurs frequently, refer to “Improving Document Separation” in Reference Guide.
• Paper with clips or staples
• Paper with wet ink
• Paper of which thickness is not constantly equal. (like envelope)
• Paper with large rumples or curl. (See NOTE on the next page.)
• Paper with folds or tears
• Tracing paper
• Coating paper
• Carbon paper
• Carbonless paper
• Paper smaller than A7 size, or larger than A3 size
• Other than paper: clothes, metal foils, or OHP films
• Photographic paper
• Paper with notches on its side
• Other than rectangle paper
When scanning a translucent document, set the density to light mode.
To prevent roller smudging, avoid scanning a document filled out in pencil. Clean the roller as often as
possible when scanning many document. Once every 1000 sheets is recommended.
The chemical composition of some carbonless papers may react with the roller rubber and damage the
rubber. Check the carbonless papers before use.
When using carbonless paper, follow these conditions:
• Ream weight of the paper is 52 g/m2 (13.9 lb) or more.
• Hopper load is 500 sheets or fewer.
4-3
NOTE
• If carbonless papers are used, clean the roller twice as often as usual.
• Documents should be straightened to fit the condition below.
More than
30 mm
Feed direction
Less than
3 mm
Read surface
Top of the paper
More than
30 mm
Feed direction
Less than
5 mm
Read surface
• When you read curled, wrinkled, or creased documents, documents may not be successfully
arranged in the stacker.
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CHAPTER
5
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter describes the installation specifications, external
dimensions, consumables, option.
Installation Specifications
External Dimensions
Consumables
Options
Installation Specifications
The following table lists the installation specifications of the scanner.
Item
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (kg)
Input power
Width
590 (23.2 in)
Depth
690 (27.2 in)
Height
540 (21.3 in) without optional endorser
610 (24.0 in) with optional endorser
65 (143 lb.)
Voltage
100 to 240 VAC ±10 %
Phases
Single-phase
Frequency
50/60 Hz + 2% -4%
Power consumption
Device status
Ambient
condition
Specification
Temperature
Humidity
250 VA or less
Operating
Not operating
15 to 35°C
-20 to 60°C
(60 to 95°F)
(-4 to 140°F)
20 to 80 %
8 to 95 %
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External Dimensions
(unit: mm)
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Consumables
The following table lists consumables used for the scanner. Be sure to keep some consumables in stock.
Customer is responsible to change these items periodically. The consumable counter can be used to check
the number of scanned documents. (See page 3-4.)
Name
Specification
Service life and remarks
Lamp
CA04315-0430
1000 hours or more. Two lamps used per scanner.
Brake roller
CA04315-F705
300,000 sheets or one year.
Pick roller unit
CA04315-F711
300,000 sheets or one year.
Pad
CA04315-G730
300,000 sheets or one year.
Print head
CA01023-0701
20,000 sheets (10 characters/sheet).
Black ink cartridge for endorser.
NOTE
• These service lives (replacement cycles) may be shortened depending on paper types of
documents scanned or wrong cleaning of the scanner.
• When carbon-less paper is used, the replacement cycle is shortened. So, these parts must be
replaced earlier than above.
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Options
The following table lists options of this scanner.
Name
Specification
Remark
Endorser
CA04315-D201
Ink jet printing method
• Back-side print
• Max. 30 characters
Contact your Fujitsu sales agent for more information.
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CHAPTER
6
SETUP, BROWSE, AND TEST MODES
This chapter describes the setup, browse, and test modes of the
scanner.
Setup, Browse, and Test Modes
Activating the Setup or Browse Mode
Contents of the Setup or Browse Mode
Activating the Test Mode
Contents of the Test Mode
Setup, Browse, and Test Modes
This scanner has the setup mode, browse mode, and test mode to ease setting up.
• Setup mode for customizing the scanner for user requirements
• Browse mode for glancing setup conditions of the scanner
• Test mode for testing the scanner offline
There are two ways to enter these modes:
• Way 1
Press MENU when the LCD indicates “Ready”.
You can use the setup mode and browse mode. To quit a mode, press CANCEL .
• Way 2
Turn the power on while pressing MENU .
You can use the test mode in addition to the setup mode and browse mode. To quit a mode, turn
off the power.
Available functions differ with modes or with ways. For details, see descriptions of each function.
Functions not available in setup mode
Way
MENU
Functions not available
pressed in Ready status
IPC-3 mode, Interface, TP_IF baud rate, RS232C baud rate, SCSI ID, Product ID,
Function key, Setup mode lock
Power on with
MENU
pressed
Settings
Functions not available in browse mode
Functions not available
Paper thickness setup
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Activating the Setup or Browse Mode
To activate the setup mode, follow these steps:
1.
While the LCD is indicating “Ready”, press MENU .
The <<MODE SELECT>> screen appears with
“SETUP” blinking.
Ready
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP
BROWSE
2.
3.
Press ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen (*) appears.
* <<SETUP MODE>> Initial screen
Press ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (**) appears.
** <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
XXXXX
To activate the browse mode, press
before step 2 to make “BROWSE” blinking, then follows
steps 2 and 3. The <<BROWSE MODE>> screen appears.
To quit the setup mode, press
CANCEL
.
Button functions in setup or browse mode
Button name Function
MENU
Returns to the <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen without saving the change (*).
ENTER
Returns to the previous screen while saving the change (*).
CANCEL
Returns to the previous screen without saving the change (*).
• Displays the next function at the right in the menu.
• Moves to the right item.
• Displays the next test function at the left in the menu.
• Moves to the left item.
Changes parameters.
Changes parameters.
* In browse mode, “saving the change” does not occur.
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Mode selection (
MENU
pressed in Ready status)
There is another mode selection which enables you to execute the user test on the scanner without the
host computer. See “ Activating the Test Mode” later in this chapter.
POWER ON
Please wait
Ready
: Cursor buttons
MENU
: Blinking
CANCEL
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP
BROWSE
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP
BROWSE
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
ENTER
<<BROWSE MODE>>
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
XXXXX
<<BROWSE MODE>>
XXXXX
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
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Contents of the Setup or Browse Mode
This section describes the contents of the setup mode.
The setup mode can be classified into 26 types.
Setup item
Description
Remarks
Settings
Sets simplex/duplex scanning, paper size,
density, resolution, and halftone.
Paper length check
Enables or disables the function which
detects a paper length error.
Enables or disables the function which
detects the paper thickness.
Sets the permissible paper thickness to
detect a double feed error.
Enables or disables the function which
detects a skew error.
Selects a pattern to be set in the image
processing option.
• Not displayed in setup mode selected by
turning power on with MENU pressed.
• Displayed when the video or TP interface is
used.
• Parameters set by the host computer cannot
be changed.
The selection set by the host computer cannot
be changed.
The selection set by the host computer cannot
be changed.
Paper thickness check
Paper thickness setup
Skew check
IPC-3 mode
Hopper height
Paper separation level
Drop-out color
Consumable counter
Buzzer
Buzzer volume
LCD contrast
Picking speed
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Sets the initial position of the hopper.
Sets the power of separating sheets of
paper.
Selects a drop-out color.
Sets the interval (in ten thousands) in which
a consumable alarm occurs.
Activates or inactivates the buzzer sound
when an error occurs.
Sets the volume of buzzer or click sound.
Sets the contrast of the LCD.
Selects the speed of the pick roller.
• Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
• Overrides the selection set by the host
computer.
The selection set by the host computer cannot
be changed.
Setup item
Description
Remarks
Interface
Selects the host interface.
TP_IF baud rate
SCSI ID
Selects the control data transfer rate (2400,
4800, 9600, or 19200) for the TP interface.
Selects the transfer rate (2400, 4800, 9600,
or 19200) for the RS-232C interface.
Sets the SCSI ID of this scanner.
Product ID
Sets the product ID of this scanner.
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
Pre-pick
Pick start time
Enables or disables pre-picking.
Sets the period from when paper is loaded
manually to when the pick operation starts.
Sets the waiting period from when the host
computer issues a scan command to when
paper is loaded manually.
Sets the pick motor operation time and retry
count.
Sets the feed motor operation time and retry
count.
F1
F2
Allocates setup functions to
,
,
F3
and
buttons.
Inhibits the operator panel from entering
setup mode from normal mode.
RS232C baud rate
Manual feed timeout
Paper pick retry
Paper feed retry
Function key
Setup mode lock
Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
• Displayed in setup mode selected by turning
power on with MENU pressed.
• Setup functions allocated to
,
,
F1
F2
and
buttons are always valid
F3
regardless of this setting.
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Transition of screens in setup mode
This flowchart indicates the transition of screens in setup mode for reference to the setup operation
described in the following pages.
<<SETUP MODE>>
SETUP
BROWSE
ENTER
: Cursor buttons
: Blinking
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
ENTER
Setup mode menu screen
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Setup Mode Lock
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
CANCEL
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER/CANCEL (*)
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LA
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
ENTER
ENTER/CANCEL (*)
ENTER/CANCEL (*)
SIMPLEX/DUPLEX
SIMPLEX
PAPER SIZE
A4P
HALFTONE
LA(LINEART)
SIMPLEX/DUPLEX
DUPLEX
PAPER SIZE
B4P
HALFTONE
LH2(LA+HT2)
* To save the change,
press ENTER.
To quit without saving
change, press CANCEL.
PAPER SIZE
LGP
HALFTONE
HT1(DITHER)
Settings
This function sets simplex/duplex scanning mode, paper size/orientation, density, resolution, and
halftone processing. It is valid when the scanner operates in normal mode through the video or TP
(third party) interface. It is also valid in the offline feed test in test mode. You cannot change settings
if they are set by the host computer.
LCD display
Options
Settings
S/D:
xxx: A3P, DLP, LGP, B4P, A4P, LTP, B5P,
A5P, A4L, LTL, B5L, A5L, NPS
nq
• • q (5 combinations), AT1, AT2
xxx: 200, 240, 300, 400
xxx: LA, HT1, HT2, LH1, LH2
Remarks
Scanning mode (simplex or duplex)
Paper size/orientation
P:
portrait
L:
landscape
An: standard size A
Bn: standard size B
DL: double letter
LG: legal
LT: letter
NPS: nonstandard size, displayed if it is set by
the host computer
Density
n q q q q: Light
n n n n n: Dark
AT1: automatic
AT2: simple automatic
Resolution (unit: dpi)
Halftone processing
LA: line art (no halftone)
HT1: dither
HT2: error diffusion
LH1: line art for character area and dither for
halftone area
LH2: line art for character area and error
diffusion for halftone area
* Symbols of density may differ from the actual symbols used in the LCD.
The following is an example of operation when you change the resolution.
NOTE
• The “Settings” screen does not appear when your scanner is not controlled through the video or
TP interface.
• You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by turning power on with MENU
pressed.
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1.
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In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
2.
Press ENTER again.
The option list screen indicates the current
options with S blinking (blinking indicates
“selected”).
3.
three times.
Press
The current resolution 200 blinks.
4.
Press ENTER .
RESOLUTION screen appears with 200
blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
RESOLUTION
200
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (240, 300, or
400).
RESOLUTION
400
6.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The option list screen appears with the new
value blinking.
7.
Press CANCEL three times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
Ready
400
LA
LA
Paper length check
This function sets and detects a difference in paper length. You cannot change settings if they are set
by the host computer.
LCD display
Options
Paper Length Check
On, Off (Default: Off)
10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm (Default: 10 mm)
Remarks
Checked or not
Difference:
XX mm means that it is not regarded as an
error when the actual difference of paper length
is within the limits of ±XX mm.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
2.
When the menu screen indicates “Settings”,
.
press
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Paper
Length Check) appears.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen indicates the current
options with ON blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
Paper Length Check
ON
10 mm
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4.
Press
.
The current difference 10 mm blinks (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
Paper Length Check
ON
10 mm
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (15 mm or 20 mm).
Paper Length Check
ON
20 mm
6.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Length Check).
7.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
Paper thickness check
This function determines whether or not to enable the paper thickness which is set by the “paper
thickness setup” function to detect a double feed error. You cannot change settings if they are set by
the host computer.
LCD display
Options
Paper Thickness Check
On, Off (Default: Off)
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
.
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Paper
Thickness Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Thickness Check
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current option OFF blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
Paper Thickness Check
Check: OFF
4.
or
.
Press
The displayed option changes (ON blinks).
Paper Thickness Check
Check: ON
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Thickness Check).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Thickness Check
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
Paper thickness setup
This function sets the paper thickness which is used as the reference for detecting a double feed
error. Whether this function is enabled or disabled is determined by the “paper thickness check”
function in setup mode.
NOTE
This setting cannot be displayed in browse mode.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
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1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Settings
or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and the
“Paper Length Check” screen first appears when
your scanner is not controlled through the video
or TP interface.
2.
Press
twice.
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Paper
Thickness Setup) appears.
3.
Press ENTER .
The paper load prompting screen appears,
requesting adjustment paper.
4.
Select thickest paper used for your jobs and put
the paper on the hopper.
5.
Press ENTER .
The “Adjusting!!” message appears. The scanner
lifts the hopper, feeds the paper, adjusts the
sensing level of the sensor, and saves its value.
After adjustment, the sheet is ejected and the
“Finished!!” message appears for two seconds,
then the LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Thickness Setup).
If an error (for example, Mis-pick) occurs during
adjustment, remove the paper and press
CANCEL . The paper load prompting screen
appears again. Repeat steps 4 and 5.
6.
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Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Thickness Setup
Paper Thickness Setup
Set the adjustment paper
Paper Thickness Setup
Adjusting!!
Paper Thickness Setup
Finished!!
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Thickness Setup
Ready
Skew check
This function determines if abnormal skew is detected or not. You cannot change the setting if it is
set by the host computer.
LCD display
Options
Skew Check
On, Off (Default: Off)
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
three times.
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Skew
Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Skew Check
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current option OFF blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
Skew Check
Check: OFF
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (ON blinks).
Skew Check
Check: ON
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Skew Check).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Skew Check
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
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IPC-3 mode
This function selects a pattern to be set in the IPC-3 image processing feature.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
IPC-3 Mode
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
MENU
in the Ready
Remarks
0:
do not select any pattern
1 to 5: select pattern numbers 1 to 5
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
2.
four times.
Press
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (IPC-3
Mode) appears.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 0 blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
<<SETUP MODE>>
IPC-3 Mode
IPC-3 Mode
0
IPC-3 Mode
5
5.
When the desired pattern number appears,
press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (IPC-3 Mode).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
<<SETUP MODE>>
IPC-3 Mode
Paper types and corresponding pattern numbers
User’s paper is classified into five types in line art (no halftone) mode as shown in the following table.
• The horizontal axis shows the density and color of background on paper.
• The vertical axis shows the density of characters or lines.
Background density
Normal ←
Normal
↑
1: Normal background and
normal character
Background color
→ Dark
Red
Green
4: Light character on
red or similar
background
5: Light character on
green or similar
background
Blue
3: Dark background and
normal character
Character
density
↓
Light
2: Normal background and light
character
* 1 to 5 are pattern numbers.
NOTE
When IPC-3 mode is executed in online status, the reading parameter is valid or invalid (host
setting is invalid) as follows:
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Reading parameter validity
Reading parameter
Reading
mode
Valid
Transfer
mode
X
X
Transfer
rate
X
Reduction
X
Start of
reading
Density
Line-art/
Photo
Halftone
X
X
Invalid
X
X
Reading parameter
DTC
X
Valid
Invalid
Portrait/
Landscape
Size
X
Picking
X
Document
selection
r patterns
Contrast
X
X
X
X
Reading parameter
Conversion
Valid
Sharpness
Outline
extraction
Overlay
Simplified
DTC
Zooming
X
X
X
Invalid
X
X
X
Hopper height
This function sets the initial height of the hopper. Set the height which you frequently use.
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LCD display
Options
Hopper Height
250 sheets, 500 sheets, 1000 sheets
Automatic
separation
Remarks
X
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Settings
or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and the
“Paper Length Check” screen first appears when
your scanner is not controlled through the video
or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
repeatedly until “Hopper Height”
Press
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the current
height setting 1000 sheets blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
Hopper Height
1000 sheets
Press
.
The hopper moves to the 500-sheet position and
the new height setting 500 sheets blinks.
Hopper Height
500 sheets
4.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Hopper Height
NOTE
Each time you press
or
, the hopper
moves to the next position and its position is
automatically saved. Repeat this operation until
the hopper is positioned at the desired height.
If an error occurs during positioning, press
CANCEL . The LCD returns to the option select
screen. Repeat step 4.
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5.
Press CANCEL three times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
After this setting, the hopper is set at the new
height whenever power is turned on.
Paper separation level
This function sets the power of the brake roller for stabilizing paper separation in picking documents.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Paper Separation Level
Thick, Medium Thick, Normal, Medium Thin,
Thin (Default: Normal)
Thick: strong braking power for thick paper
|
(changes according to paper thickness)
Thin: weak braking power for thin paper
If the following errors frequently occur, set the braking power as explained below.
• Double feed
• Mis-pick
• SF2 did not detect leading edge of paper
Set “braking power” according to the table below.
Setting
Thick
“Double feed” frequently occurs. “Mis-pick” or “SF2 ···” frequently occurs.
Strong
Medium
Thick
Less strong
Normal
Medium
(factory default)
Medium
Thin
Less weak
Thin
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Braking power
Weak
Make the braking
power stronger.
Make the braking
power weaker.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Paper Separation
Level” appears in the lower line of the menu
screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current option Normal blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (Thick to Thin).
Paper Separation Level
Medium Thin
5.
When the desired option appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Separation Level).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Separation Level
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Separation Level
Paper Separation Level
Normal
Ready
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Drop-out color
This function sets a drop-out color for front and back sides of paper respectively. You cannot change
settings if they are selected by the host computer.
LCD display
Options
Drop-out Color
Front: Green, Red, Blue (Default: Green)
Back: Green, Red, Blue (Default: Green)
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
2.
repeatedly until “Drop-out Color”
Press
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting Green (for Front) blinking
(blinking indicates “changeable”).
4.
Press
.
Green (current option for Back) blinks (blinking indicates “changeable”).
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
<<SETUP MODE>>
Drop-out Color
Drop-out Color
Front: Green Back: Green
Drop-out Color
Front: Green Back: Green
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (Blue or Red).
Drop-out Color
Front: Green Back: Red
6.
When the desired option appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Drop-out Color).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Drop-out Color
7.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
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Consumable counter
This function displays or sets a value of the counter which informs the user of the life (replacement
cycle) of a consumable. When the number of sheets fed reaches the set value, an alarm occurs. Set
this value according to types of paper you use. When using fine paper, the standard replacement
cycle of pick roller units, brake rollers, and pads is per three hundred thousands of sheets fed. So,
we recommend you to set the value to 0300000.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Consumable Counter
10000 to 2560000 sheets
(Default: 2560000 sheets)
This setting can be changed in ten
thousands of sheets. The least four
digits of zeros are automatically
added.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
2.
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The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
repeatedly until “Consumable
Press
Counter” appears in the lower line of the
menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Consumable Counter
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current value blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed value changes (1 to 256).
(Value can be changed in ten thousands of
sheets.) Pressing and holding down
or
speeds up the change.
5.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Consumable Counter).
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Consumable Counter
256 0000 sheets
Consumable Counter
030 0000 sheets
<<SETUP MODE>>
Consumable Counter
Ready
Buzzer
This function enables or disables the buzzer sound when an error occurs.
NOTE
The buzzer sounds regardless of this setting when use this function.
LCD display
Options
Buzzer
On, Off (Default: Off)
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
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1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Buzzer” appears
in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Buzzer
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting OFF blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
Buzzer
OFF
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (ON blinks).
Buzzer
ON
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Buzzer).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Buzzer
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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Ready
Buzzer volume
This function sets the sound volume of the buzzer in six steps.
NOTE
This setting is valid both for occurrence of an error and for press of an operator panel button.
LCD display
Options
Buzzer Volume
nqqqqq
to
nnnnnn
Remarks
(Default: n n q q q q)
Minimum
to
(six steps)
Maximum
* Symbols of volume may differ from the actual symbols used in the LCD.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Buzzer Volume”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Buzzer Volume
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting n n q q q q (no blinking but
changeable).
Buzzer Volume
Min n n q q q q Max
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4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (n n n q q q to
n n n n n n or n q q q q q).
5.
When the desired option appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Buzzer Volume).
6.
Buzzer Volume
Min n n n q q q Max
<<SETUP MODE>>
Buzzer Volume
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
Ready
LCD contrast
This function sets the contrast of the LCD on the operator panel in six steps.
LCD display
Options
LCD Contrast
nqqqqq
to
nnnnnn
Remarks
(Default: n n q q q q)
Dark (low contrast)
to
(six steps)
Bright (high contrast)
* Symbols of volume may differ from the actual symbols used in the LCD.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “LCD Contrast”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
LCD Contrast
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting n n q q q q (no blinking but
changeable).
LCD Contrast
Dark n n q q q q Bright
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (n n n q q q
to n n n n n n or n q q q q q).
LCD Contrast
Dark n n n q q q Bright
5.
When the desired option appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (LCD Contrast).
<<SETUP MODE>>
LCD Contrast
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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Picking speed
This function sets the rotational speed of the pick roller. Slow speed is recommended when you use
thin or flexible paper which is liable to mis-pick.
LCD display
Options
Picking Speed
Slow, Fast (Default: Fast)
Remarks
NOTE
Processing speed of scanning in 200 dpi is reduced when the picking speed is set “Slow”.
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Set “picking speed” according to the table below.
Picking speed
Fast
(factory default)
“Mis-pick” frequently occurs.
Make the picking
speed slow.
Slow
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first
appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Picking Speed”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Picking Speed
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting Fast blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
Picking Speed
Fast
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (Slow blinks).
Picking Speed
Slow
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Picking Speed).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Picking Speed
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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Ready
Interface
This function sets the host interface.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Interface
Auto, SCSI, Video, TP_IF (Default: Auto)
Auto:
MENU
in the Ready
The scanner automatically detects the
interface through which a host
computer issues a command.
TP_IF: Third party’s interface
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Interface” appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting AUTO blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
<<SETUP MODE>>
Interface
Interface
AUTO
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4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (SCSI, VIDEO,
TP_IF ).
5.
When the desired interface appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Interface).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
Interface
VIDEO
<<SETUP MODE>>
Interface
TP_IF baud rate
This function sets the baud rate (signaling speed) according to the baud rate of the third party interface (TP_IF). At least, set the speed slower than that of the host interface.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
TP_IF Baud Rate
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 (Default: 9600)
Unit: baud
MENU
in the Ready
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “TP_IF Baud Rate”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the current
setting 9600 blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
TP_IF Baud Rate
9600
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (19200, 2400,
4800 ).
TP_IF Baud Rate
19200
5.
When the desired option appears, press ENTER
to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (TP_IF Baud Rate).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
<<SETUP MODE>>
TP_IF Baud Rate
<<SETUP MODE>>
TP_IF Baud Rate
RS232C baud rate
This function sets the baud rate (signaling speed) according to the baud rate of the RS-232C interface. At least, set the speed slower than that of the host interface.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
RS232C Baud Rate
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 (Default: 4800)
Unit: baud
MENU
in the Ready
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
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1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “RS232C Baud
Rate” appears in the lower line of the menu
screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
RS232C Baud Rate
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 4800 blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
RS232C Baud Rate
4800
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (9600, 19200,
2400).
RS232C Baud Rate
19200
5.
When the desired option appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (RS232C Baud Rate).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
RS232C Baud Rate
SCSI ID
This function sets the ID number for the SCSI interface.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
SCSI ID
0 to 7 (Default: 5)
MENU
in the Ready
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen (Settings
or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and the
“Paper Length Check” screen first appears when
your scanner is not controlled through the video
or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “SCSI ID” appears in
the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
SCSI ID
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the current
setting 5 blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
SCSI ID
5
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (6, 7, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4).
SCSI ID
3
4.
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5.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (SCSI ID).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
<<SETUP MODE>>
SCSI ID
Product ID
This function sets the product ID of the scanner. Usually, you need not change this setting.
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
MENU
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Product ID
M4099D, M3099G (Default: M4099D)
Model number of this scanner
in the Ready
* The model number of this scanner is M4099D.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Product ID”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting M4099D blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
Product ID
M4099D
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (M3099G
blinks).
Product ID
M3099G
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Product ID).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Product ID
<<SETUP MODE>>
Product ID
Pre-pick
This function enables or disables pre-picking of paper.
LCD display
Options
Pre-pick
On, Off (Default: On)
Remarks
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
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1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Pre-pick” appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting ON blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
Pre-pick
ON
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (OFF blinks).
Pre-pick
OFF
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Pre-pick).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Pre-pick
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Pre-pick
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Pick start time
This function sets the period from when paper is manually put on the hopper to when the pick operation starts.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Pick start time
00.2 S to 29.8 S (Default: 01.0 S)
In units of 0.2 second
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Pick start time”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 01.0S blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
4.
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (00.2S to
29.8S). The value changes in 0.2 seconds.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Pick start time).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
<<SETUP MODE>>
Pick start time
Pick start time
01.0 S
Pick start time
05.0 S
<<SETUP MODE>>
Pick start time
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6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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Manual feed timeout
This function sets the waiting time from when the host computer issues a scan command to when
paper is manually put on the hopper. A manual feed timeout error occurs if this time elapses without
putting paper on the hopper.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Manual Feed Timeout
1 S to 255 S (Default: 30 S)
Unit: second
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Manual Feed
Timeout” appears in the lower line of the
menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Manual Feed Timeout
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 30 S blinking (blinking indicates “changeable”).
Manual Feed Timeout
30 S
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4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (1 S to 255 S).
The value changes in seconds.
Manual Feed Timeout
10 S
5.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Manual Feed Timeout).
<<SETUP MODE>>
Manual Feed Timeout
6.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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Paper pick retry
This function sets the pick motor rotation period and the retry count.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Paper Pick retry
Step: 1 to 7 (Default: 2)
1 to 7: one time to seven times the standard
steps
1 to 7: one retry to seven retries
Times: 1 to 7 (Default: 4)
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
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1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Paper Pick retry”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Pick retry
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 2 (for Step) blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
Paper Pick retry
Step: 2
Times: 4
4.
Press
.
The current count setting 4 blinks.
Paper Pick retry
Step: 2
Times: 4
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7).
Paper Pick retry
Step: 2
Times: 7
6.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Pick retry).
7.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Pick retry
Ready
Paper feed retry
This function sets the feed motor rotation period and the retry count.
LCD display
Options
Remarks
Paper Feed Retry
Step: 1 to 7 (Default: 1)
1 to 7: one time to seven times the standard
steps
1 to 7: one retry to seven retries
Times: 1 to 7 (Default: 4)
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
2.
Press
repeatedly until “Paper Feed retry”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Feed retry
3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting 1 (for Step) blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
Paper Feed retry
Step: 1
Times: 4
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4.
Press
.
The current count setting 4 blinks.
Paper Feed retry
Step: 1
Times: 4
5.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7).
Paper Feed retry
Step: 1
Times: 7
6.
When the desired value appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Paper Feed retry).
7.
Press CANCEL two times.
The LCD returns to the Ready screen.
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<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Feed retry
Ready
Function key
This function allocates setup functions to
up to three setup functions.
F1
,
F2
, and
F3
buttons. You can allocate
NOTE
• You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing MENU in the Ready
status.
• You cannot allocate the following functions: Interface, IPC-3 mode, TP_IF Baud Rate, RS232C
Baud Rate, SCSI ID, Product ID, Setup Mode Lock, and Function Key itself.
Allocatable setup functions and other special functions
Setup functions noted above
START key
EJECT key
(Default: Undefined)
Remarks
START: starts the operation stopped by EJECT and
sends data to the host computer.
EJECT:stops operation and ejects the paper in the
transport unit.
The
,
,or
button can be used as a shortcut key which enables you to access
F1
F2
F3
the allocated setup function just by pressing the button whenever the scanner is in the Ready state.
This function is valid even in the setup mode lock state (refer to the next function). However, the
,
, and
buttons are invalid in setup, browse, and test modes.
F1
F2
F3
The following is an example of operation when you allocate START and EJECT keys to the
and
buttons respectively.
F2
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
F1
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
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2.
Press
repeatedly until “Function Key”
appears in the lower line of the menu screen.
3.
Press ENTER .
The function key select screen appears with F1
blinking (blinking indicates “selectable”).
4.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Function Key
F1
Function Key
F2
F3
Press ENTER .
The F1 selection screen appears with the
current setting Undefined blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
F1 selection
Undefined
5.
Press
or
.
The setup functions, START key, and EJECT
key are displayed in sequence at the lower line.
F1 selection
START key
6.
When START key is displayed, press ENTER .
The LCD returns to the function key select
screen with F1 blinking.
7.
Press
F3 blinks.
F1
Function Key
F2
F3
F1
Function Key
F2
F3
twice.
8.
Press ENTER .
The F3 selection screen appears with the
current setting Undefined blinking (blinking
indicates “changeable”).
F3 selection
Undefined
9.
Press
or
.
The setup functions, START key, and EJECT
key are displayed in sequence at the lower line.
F3 selection
EJECT key
10. When STOP key is displayed, press ENTER
to save the change.
The LCD returns to the function key select
screen with F3 blinking.
11. To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
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F1
Function Key
F2
F3
Setup mode lock
This function inhibits the operator panel from entering setup mode from normal mode, protecting the
operator panel from misoperation. Once the operator panel is locked, you cannot use the setup items
except those allocated to the
,
, and
buttons.
F1
F2
F3
NOTE
You cannot use this function when the setup mode is brought by pressing
status.
LCD display
Options
Setup Mode Lock
On, Off (Default: Off)
MENU
in the Ready
Remarks
To cancel the setup mode lock state, turn off the power and turn on the power while pressing the
MENU button to enter the setup mode. In the setup mode, select the Setup Mode Lock function
and set the option to OFF.
The following is an example of operation when you use this function.
1.
In <<SETUP MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<SETUP MODE>> menu screen
(Settings or Paper Length Check) appears.
<<SETUP MODE>>
<<SETUP MODE>>
Settings
NOTE
2.
The “Settings” screen does not appear and
the “Paper Length Check” screen first appears when your scanner is not controlled
through the video or TP interface.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Paper Length Check
Press
repeatedly until “Setup Mode
Lock” appears in the lower line of the menu
screen.
<<SETUP MODE>>
Setup Mode Lock
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3.
Press ENTER .
The option select screen appears with the
current setting OFF blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
4.
Press
or
.
The displayed option changes (ON blinks).
5.
Press ENTER to save the change.
The LCD returns to the <<SETUP MODE>>
menu screen (Setup Mode Lock).
6.
To quit the <<SETUP MODE>>, turn off the
power.
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Setup Mode Lock
OFF
Setup Mode Lock
ON
<<SETUP MODE>>
Setup Mode Lock
Activating the Test Mode
To activate the test mode:
1.
Turning power on with MENU pressed.
The LCD indicates “Please wait” then “<<MODE
SELECT>>” with “SETUP” blinking.
T
Please wait
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
2.
3.
4.
Press
twice.
“TEST” blinks (blinking indicates “selectable).
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
Press ENTER .
The <<TEST MODE>> initial screen (*) appears.
* <<TEST MODE>> Initial screen
Press ENTER .
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (**) appears.
** <<TEST MODE>> menu screen
<<TEST MODE>>
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
To quit the test mode, turn power off.
Button functions in test mode
Button name Function
MENU
Returns to the <<TEST MODE>> menu screen.
ENTER
• Executes the test.
• Returns to the previous screen.
• Displays the next lower level screen.
CANCEL
Returns to the previous screen without saving the change.
• Displays the next function at the right in the menu.
• Moves to the right item.
• Displays the next test function at the left in the menu.
• Moves to the left item.
Scrolls the option downward.
Scrolls the option upward.
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Mode selection (power on with MENU pressed)
POWER ON with MENU ON
T
Please wait
* : Cursor buttons
: Blinking
* Turn off to quit <<MODE SELECT>>.
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
<<MODE SELECT>>
SETUP BROWSE TEST
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<SETUP MODE>>
ENTER
<<BROWSE MODE>>
CANCEL
CANCEL
CANCEL
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<<BROWSE MODE>>
XXXXX
ENTER
ENTER
<<TEST MODE>>
ENTER
ENTER
<<SETUP MODE>>
XXXXX
CANCEL
CANCEL
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
ENTER
CANCEL
CANCEL
Contents of the Test Mode
The test mode includes the user test functions listed in the following table. This section explains
“Offline feed test”, “Options”, and “Device life” which are necessary for users.
NOTE
If you must need to use user test functions other than “Offline feed test”, “Options”, and “Device
life”, contact your dealer.
The user test functions are as follows:
Test item
Description
Offline feed test
Scans sheets continuously for checking conditions of paper feeding.
Options
Displays the options installed in the scanner.
Device life
Displays the accumulative number of sheets fed and the accumulative number of hours for
lamps lit since the scanner has been installed, to estimate the life of the device.
Sensor auto adjustment
Automatically adjusts sensors.
Offset auto adjustment
Adjusts offset using adjustment sheets.
Operation panel test
Tests functions of the LCD, LEDs, and buttons to check the operator panel.
ROM revision
Displays the revision of the program EPROM.
Sensor status
Displays the status of the sensors.
Sensor adjustment
Changes the current and slice level of sensors to adjust the sensors.
+5V voltage check
Displays the voltage of +5 volts.
EEPROM edit
Writes arbitrary data in EEPROM (address 00 to 127) to confirm or change the set values.
Image memory capacity
Displays the capacity of the image memory.
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Offline feed test
This function scans sheets of paper continuously for checking entire operation of the mechanism
without a host computer. You can use the Settings function in setup mode to modify scanning
parameters (scanning mode, paper size/orientation, density, resolution, and halftone processing) for
scanning documents.
LCD display
Test items
Remarks
Offline Feed Test
START and SETUP
START: begins the test.
SETUP: changes settings of scanning
parameters.
* For SETUP operation, see the “Settings” function previously described in this chapter.
The following is an example of operation when you start the offline feed test after setting scanning
parameters.
1.
Put sheets of paper on the hopper table.
<<TEST MODE>>
2.
In the <<TEST MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (Offline
Feed Test) appears.
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
3.
Press ENTER again.
The scanning parameters screen indicates the
current parameters with START blinking (blinking
indicates “selectable”).
4.
Press
.
SETUP blinks (blinking indicates “selectable”).
5.
Press ENTER .
The LCD changes to the parameter set screen
with S (simplex mode) blinking (blinking indicates
“selectable”).
6.
Press
.
A4P (A4 size in portrait orientation) blinks
(blinking indicates “selectable”).
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S
A4P AT2 200
START
SETUP
LA
S
A4P AT2 200
START
SETUP
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
S
A4P
AT2
AT2
200
LA
LA
7.
Press ENTER .
The PAPER SIZE screen appears with the
current setting A4P blinking (blinking indicates
“changeable”).
PAPER SIZE
A4P
8.
Press
or
.
The displayed parameter changes (LTP, B5P,
A5P, A4L, etc.).
PAPER SIZE
LTP
9.
When the desired parameter appears, press
ENTER to save the change.
The parameter set screen appears with the new
parameter blinking.
10. Press CANCEL
The scanning parameters screen appears with
the new parameter replaced and with SETUP
blinking (blinking indicates “selectable”).
11. Press
.
START blinks (blinking indicates “selectable”).
12. Press ENTER .
The scanner feeds and scans documents
continuously until it detects an error (usually
“Hopper empty”). During feeding, the upper line
indicates “Feeding!!” and the lower line indicates
the number of sheets fed.
• To halt the test, press CANCEL .
• To restart the test, press ENTER .
• To restart from a hopper empty status, put
sheets of paper on the hopper table and press
CANCEL .
• To quit the offline feed test, press CANCEL in
the halted state.
S
LTP
AT2
AT2
200
S
LTP AT2 200
START
SETUP
LA
S
A4P AT2 200
START
SETUP
LA
Feeding!!
12345678
LA
LA
1234
13. To quit the <<TEST MODE>>, turn off the power.
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Options
This function displays the options installed in the scanner.
LCD display
Displayed options
Remarks
Options
Endorser, IPC-3D
Endorser: printer that prints back side of
documents.
IPC-3D: image processing feature (standard
installation).
* When an option is installed, ON is displayed under the option. When an option is not installed, OFF
is displayed under the option.
The following is an example when you use this function.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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In the <<TEST MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (Offline
Feed Test) appears.
Press
.
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (Options) appears.
Press ENTER .
The current options list screen appears. You
can check options installed.
To quit the <<TEST MODE>>, turn off the
power.
<<TEST MODE>>
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
<<TEST MODE>>
Options
Endorser
OFF
IPC-3D
ON
Device life
This function displays the accumulative number of sheets fed and the accumulative number of hours
during which the lamp is lit since the scanner has been installed. These values are helpful for estimating
the life of devices.
LCD display
Displayed devices
Remarks
Device Life
COUNT, LAMP F, and LAMP B
COUNT: accumulative number of sheets fed.
LAMP F: accumulative number of operating
hours for the front-side lamp.
LAMP B. accumulative number of operating
hours for the back-side lamp.
* The unit of each value is not displayed on the LCD.
The following is an example operation when you use this function.
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the <<TEST MODE>> initial screen, press
ENTER .
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (Offline
Feed Test) appears.
Press
four times.
The <<TEST MODE>> menu screen (Device
Life) appears.
Press ENTER .
The current value display screen appears.
You can estimate the device life.
<<TEST MODE>>
<<TEST MODE>>
Offline Feed Test
<<TEST MODE>>
Device Life
COUNT LAMP F: 1234567
12345678
B: 1234567
To quit the <<TEST MODE>>, turn off the
power.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
A4 size
A standard paper size used in Japan and other countries. Paper size is 210 x 297 mm (8.25 x 11.6 inches).
ASCII
The acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
ASCII is a set of 128 codes (numbered 0 to 127) used to communicate information between a computer
and another device such as scanner.
Automatic separation
The image processing method to detect the difference between text and photos and choose the threshold
accordingly. Automatic separation allows the scanner to switch between line mode and half tone mode in
one pass.
Automatic start mode (<–> manual start mode)
In this mode the reading operation is activated only by START command.
Back-side reading = Back-side scanning
Refers to reading the back-side of the document, specifically in Duplex reading mode.
Bit
The smallest unit of information in computer memory. A bit is a single digit, either a 1 or a 0, in the binary
numbering system.
Eight bits equal one byte.
Browse mode
The mode in which users can glance setup conditions of the scanner in offline status.
Consumable counter
Indicates when consumables like a lamp should be replaced. The number of read document accumulates
until an operator resets the counter. It should be reset when consumables are replaced.
Density
Degree of darkness of an image. Also percent of screen used in an image.
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Dither
Technique for producing halftone images representing the entire grayscale using two pixel levels black
and white.
dpi
Dots per inch.
Drop-out color
A color which is used to the document but does not appear in the read image.
Duplex reading mode
Both sides of the document are read in this mode.
Endorser
The unit for printing characters before or after scanning. These character may be used for collation of the
documents and the image data.
Equipment Error
An error that is not recoverable by operator. Call an authorized maintenance engineer.
Error diffusion
High-quality halftone (pseudo-grayscale) image production based on black-and-white pixel binarization.
A pixel’s optical density and that of adjacent pixels are summed, with black pixels relocated in their order
of density as they relate to adjacent pixels.
The purpose of this technique is to minimize the average error between read and printed densities.
Density data for adjacent pixels is modified by diffusing errors on the objective pixel into several pixels,
which are then binarized. This maintains high grayscale levels and resolution during reading, while
suppressing more patterns by dotted halftone images such as newspaper photo graphs.
Filtering
The quality of images written in pencil or ball-pointed pen and read depends on the reflective light
characteristics of the ink or lead.
Dropped pixel’s may produce out lines, gaps or thin, barely connected lines due to even optical density.
Filtering detects areas lighter than their surroundings and increases their density to improve image clarity.
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Front-side reading = Front-side scanning
Refers to reading the front-side of the document, specifically in Duplex reading mode.
Halftone processing
Used to reproduce photographs which usually contain different shades to display images. These shades
are composed of dots resulting in a binary image. Dithering and error diffusion processing are examples
of the halftone processing.
Hexadecimal
A base-16 numbering system (also commonly referred to as hex numbers). Since a base-16 system
requires 16 digits, numbers 0 through 9 and letters A through F are used. It is convenient to express binary
numbers in hexadecimal because fewer digits are required.
Image emphasis
Density is decreased for lighter but not completely white areas adjacent to black areas. Weakening this
emphasis eliminates spot noise or produces softened images.
Image processing
An image is read with specified parameters.
Initial screen
A screen displayed when the power is turned on or when reading is activated by the command from the
host computer.
Interface
The connection that allows communication from one part of a system to another. For example, electrical
signals are transferred between the computer and scanner over an interface cable.
Inversion (Reverse-image reading)
In reverse-image reading, data is changed from black to white and vice versa.
IPC-3 mode
While reading binary images, it is necessary to set the scanner according to the quality of the sheet to be
read. In this mode these settings can be performed in advance by corresponding each setting to a pattern
number.
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IRAS
Initialization of the hardware.
Landscape
A document is transported and read with the long side vertical to the moving direction.
Letter size
A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries. Paper size is 8-1/2 x 11 inches (215.9 x
279.4 mm).
Linedrawing mode
Selecting linedrawing mode makes threshold and contrast settings effective but prevents brightness from
being set. The specified threshold value determines whether black or white pixels are scanned. Linedrawing mode is therefore appropriate for scanning text and line art images.
Manual Feed mode = Manual Mode
Requires the operator to feed each document manually to the hopper table.
Mirror image
The read image is symmetrically flipped to produce a mirror image of the original detected in the main
scanning direction.
Noise removal
Isolated noise from an image appearing as black spots in white areas and voids in black areas is removed
to improve image quality.
Operator panel
A panel containing the scanner indicators and buttons. The operator panel is used to control scanner
operations such as loading document, selecting features, and changing setup options.
Outline extraction
The boundary between black and white areas is traced and the outline extracted for closed areas.
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Paper Jam
A warning informing the user that document is jammed in the transport unit, or that transportation is
disabled because the transport unit is slippery. This warning also appears when a double fed is detected.
Photograph mode (White level follower OFF)
Selecting photograph mode makes brightness and contrast settings effective but prevents the threshold
from being set. With photograph mode, the darkness of image corresponds to the black-pixel density,
making it suitable in scanning images such as photographs having gradations.
Photo mode = photograph mode
A photograph is read properly in this mode.
Picking start time
The period from the manual insertion of the document until picking starts after the document passes the
hopper empty sensor.
Picking time
The period from the start of picking until the document reaches SF1 sensor. Specify a little longer picking
time for the document with a large friction factor.
Pick speed
A speed when a document is picked. Set the pick speed to SLOW to prevent JAM or MISS PICK.
Portrait
A document is transported and read with the long side parallel to the moving direction.
Pre-picking
A setting in which a document to be read next is placed at the front of the reading unit while the previous
document is read. Setting the pre-picking makes the process speedier.
Readable status
A status when the power is turned on or when reading is activated by the command from the host computer.
Read operation
Refers to the reading operation including Simplex reading and Duplex reading.
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RS-232C interface
A type of serial interface. See Serial interface.
SCSI-ID
Used to specify a particular SCSI device when the initiator selects a target or the target re-connects to the
initiator.
Serial interface
A standard computer interface. Information is transferred between devices over a single wire (although
other wires are used for control).
With a serial interface, an interface cable greater than 3 meters (10 feet) can be used. This is often
necessary in networking environments, where the scanner may be shared.
Setup mode
In this mode, users can set a variety of functions in offline status for customizing the scanner for user
requirements.
SF1 sensor
The document detection sensor. It detects the light that transmits the paper. It also detects the double
feed error.
Simplex reading mode
Only the front side of the document is read in this mode. Place the documents face-up at the center of
the hopper table.
Smoothing
Smoothing eliminates jaggies from slanted lines and curves. Irregular convexities are deleted and
irregular concavities filled in. This is useful in OCR applications, for example.
Start command time-out
Occurs if START command does not arrive before the specified time after reading the previous document
is complete. In this case the hopper table is lowered.
Temporary Error
An error that is recoverable by operator.
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Terminator
Devices with SCSI interface are daisy-chained. A resistor that includes terminal circuits needs to be
placed at both ends of a cable when devices are daisy-chained.
Test mode
The mode in which users can test the scanner in offline status.
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INDEX
A
B
C
Abrasion counter 3-5
Activating the
Setup or Browse Mode 6-2
Test Mode 6-47
ADF release lever 1-3
Ambient condition 5-1
Arrangement 1-5
Assemblies 1-4
Automatic document feeder (ADF) 1-3
Basic Operation of the Operator
Panel 3-2
Batch counter 3-5
Brake roller 1-3, 1-4, 5-3
Braking power 6-18
Browse mode 3-7
Button
/LED Function 1-6
Button functions
in setup or browse mode 6-2
in test mode 6-47
Buzzer 1-8, 6-23
Buzzer volume 6-25
Cable Connection 2-4
CANCEL button 1-6, 3-2, 3-4, 6-2, 6-47
CD-ROM 1-1
CHECK LED 1-6, 3-2
Check stopper 1-3
Checking the Components 1-1
Clearing a consumable life alarm 3-4
Confirming the number of sheets processed
by the scanner 3-5
Connecting
the interface cable 2-5
the power cable 2-4
Consumable counter 3-4, 6-22
Consumable life alarm 3-4
Consumables 5-3
Contents of the
Setup Mode 6-4
Test Mode 6-49
Conventions iii
Curl of paper 4-3
Cursor buttons 1-6, 6-2, 6-47
D
DATA LED 1-6
Density 6-7
Device life 6-53
Difference 6-9
Dimensions 5-1, 5-2
Displaying detailed information if an error
occurred 3-2
Document
Quality 4-2
Size 4-1
Document type 4-2
Double feed 6-18
Drop-out color 6-20
E
EJECT key 6-43
ENTER button 1-6, 6-2, 6-47
Equipment errors 1-7
Error message 3-2
Error status display 1-7
F
F1, F2, and F3 buttons 1-6, 3-6
Feeding direction 4-1
Fine paper 4-2
Function key 6-43
Function buttons 3-6, 6-43
Functions not available
in browse mode 6-1
in setup mode 6-1
IN-1
G
Guide plate 1-3, 1-4
H
Halftone processing 6-7
Hopper 1-3
Hopper extension 1-3
Hopper guide 1-3
Hopper height 6-16
Hopper height adjustment 3-3
I
IN-2
IMPORTANT NOTE TO USERS
Input power 5-1
Inspection 2-2
Installation Specifications 5-1
Interface 6-29
Interface
cable 2-5
connectors 1-3
IPC-3 mode 6-14
L
Label
A 2-2
B 2-3
C 2-3
Lamp 1-4, 5-3
Lamp unit 1-4
LCD 1-5, 1-6
LCD contrast 6-26
LCD Display 1-6
LED 1-6
Lever 1-3
Lifting or lowering the hopper 3-3
Lower sheet guide assembly 1-4
M
Main line switch 1-3, 2-4, 3-1
Manual feed timeout 6-38
MENU button 1-6, 3-7, 6-2, 6-47
Mis-pick 6-18, 6-28
Mode selection
(MENU pressed in Ready status) 6-3
(power on with MENU pressed) 6-48
O
OCR paper 4-2
Offline feed test 6-51
Operation status display 1-7
Operator’s Guide 1-1
Operator panel 1-3, 1-5, 3-2
Options 5-4
Options (setup item) 6-53
P
Pad 1-3, 1-4, 5-3
Paper, curl of 4-3
Paper feed retry 6-41
Paper length check 6-9
Paper pick retry 6-39
Paper separation level 6-18
Paper thickness check 6-10
Paper thickness setup 6-11
Paper
orientation 6-7
ream weight 4-2
size 6-7
Pattern number 6-15
Pick roller unit 1-3, 1-4, 5-3
Pick start time 6-37
Picking speed 6-27
Plain paper 4-2
Power
cable 1-1, 2-4
consumption 5-1
inlet 1-3
LED 1-6
switch 1-3, 1-6, 3-1
Precautions 2-1, 4-2
Preface ii
Pre-pick 6-35
i
SCSI-ID 6-33
Settings 6-7
Setup mode lock 6-45
Skew check 6-13
TP_IF baud rate 6-30
Setup mode 3-7, 6-1
Setup mode, contents of 6-4
Setup mode lock 6-45
SF2 did not detect leading edge of paper
6-18
Side cover 1-3
Skew check 6-13
Specifications 5-1
Stacker 1-3
Stacker extension 1-3
Stacker guide 1-3
START key 6-43
Satus display, transition of 3-9
Stop lever 1-1, 1-3
Product ID 6-34
R
Reading parameter 6-16
Ream weightr of paper 4-2
Resolution 6-7
RS232C baud rate 6-31
RS-232C interface 2-5
S
Scanner 1-1
Scanning mode 6-7
SCSI ID 6-33
SCSI interface 2-5
Screen transition 3-7, 3-8, 3-9, 6-3, 6-6,
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Settings 6-7
Setup, Browse, and Test Modes 6-1
Setup items
Buzzer 6-23
Buzzer volume 6-25
Consumable counter 6-22
Drop-out color 6-20
Function key 6-43
Hopper height 6-16
Interface 6-29
IPC-3 mode 6-14
LCD contrast 6-26
Manual feed timeout 6-38
Paper feed retry 6-41
Paper length check 6-9
Paper pick retry 6-39
Paper separation level 6-18
Paper thickness check 6-10
Paper thickness setup 6-11
Pick start time 6-37
Picking speed 6-27
Pre-pick 6-35
Product-ID 6-34
RS-232C baud rate 6-31
T
Temporary errors 1-7
Test items
Device life 6-53
Offline feed test 6-51
Options 6-53
Test mode 3-7, 6-47
Test mode, contents of 6-49
TP_IF baud rate 6-30
Transition of
screens in setup mode 6-6
operator panel status and display 3-9
Turning
the Power On 3-1
the main line switch off 2-4
U
Units 1-2
Units and Assemblies 1-2
Upper transport unit 1-3
IN-3
Using the function buttons 3-6
Using the setup, browse, and test modes
3-7
IN-4
V
Video interface 2-5
W
Weight 5-1
This product sold in Europe conforms to the standards in accordance with EC Directives. The copy of
“Declaration of Cnformity” is attached below: