Fujitsu fi-4110CU All in One Printer User Manual

C150-E194-01EN
fi-4110CU Image Scanner
Operator’s Guide
FOR SAFE OPERATION
Treatment of This Manual
Since this manual contains important information for using the fi-4110CU, read it thoroughly before
using the product. Use the fi-4110CU only after thoroughly reading and understanding especially the
section "Important Alert Messages" in this manual. Keep this manual handy, and store it carefully.
Notice to
Federal Communications Commission
American Users Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
· Adjust or relocate the receiving antenna.
· Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver.
· Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from the
circuit the receiver is connected to.
· Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
Notes
· The use of a non-shielded interface cable with the referenced device is
prohibited. The length of the parallel interface cable must be 3 meters
(10 feet) or less. The length of the serial interface cable must be 15
meters (50 feet) or less.
· The length of the power cord must be 3 meters (10 feet) or less.
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Notice to
Canadian Users
This digital apparatus does not exceed the class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference
Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Le présent appareil numériqué n'émet pas de bruits radioélectnques
dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la classe B
prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le
ministère des Comunications du Canada.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conformme à la norme NMB003 du Canada.
Notice to
German Users
Bescheinigung des Herstellers/Importeurs
Hiermit wird bescheinigt, daß der/dieldas
· fi-4110CU in Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der
· AmtsblVfg 243/1991 funkentstört ist. Der Deutschen Bundespost wurde
das Inverkehrbringen dieses Gerätes angezeigt und die Berechtigung
zur Überprüfung der Serie auf Einhaltung der Bestimmungen
eingeräumt.
· Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung 3. GS GV, 18.01.1991:
Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) order weniger
gemäß ISO/7779.
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Warning: This equipment may cause electromagnetic interference. It has not been tested to show
compliance with AS3548 Class A equipment, which is designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at
his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
As an ENERGYSTAR ® Partner, Fujitsu Limited has determined that
this scanner meets ENERGYSTAR ® guidelines for energy efficiency.
ENERGYSTAR ® is a U. S. registered mark.
Trademark Acknowledgment
Fujitsu is a registered trademark of Fujitsu Limited.
First Edition March 2001
The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice.
The contents of this manual shall not be disclosed in any way or reproduced in any media without the
express written permission of Fujitsu Limited.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright Ó FUJITSU LIMITED 2001
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Preface
Thank you very much for your purchase of the fi-4110CU Image Scanner.
The fi-4110CU Image Scanner can read very fine color images.
As this manual explains the basic handling of the scanner, read it carefully to use the
scanner properly.
In this manual, the MicrosoftÒ Windows 98Ò Operating System is referred to as
Windows 98, the MicrosoftÒ Windows MEÒ Operating System is referred to as
Windows ME, and the MicrosoftÒ Windows 2000Ò Operating System is referred to as
Windows 2000.
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation of the U.S. in the United States and other countries.
Other company names or product names appearing in this manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of individual companies.
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Important Notes to Users
Every user is requested to use this product including the manuals and software supplied
with the product at the user's own responsibility.
Fujitsu assumes no liability with respect to any damage or loss caused to data as the
result of using this product.
Please understand that the warranty range for failure of this product will never exceed
the amount of money paid by the user for the product.
Fujitsu prohibits any user from using software supplied with this product or any other
update software for this product for any purpose other than incorporation into this
product. Fujitsu also prohibits any user from reworking or disassembling such
software.
Warning on Use Requiring Extremely High Safety Levels
This Product is designed, developed and manufactured as contemplated for general use,
including without limitation, general office use, personal use and household use, but is
not designed, developed and manufactured as contemplated for use accompanying fatal
risks or dangers that, unless extremely high safety is secured, could lead directly to
death, personal injury, severe physical damage or other loss (hereinafter “High Safety
Required Use”), including without limitation, nuclear power core control, life support,
weapon launching control. You shall not use this Product without securing the
sufficient safety required for the High Safety Required Use. If you wish to use this
Product for High Safety Required Use, please consult with our sales person in charge
before such use.
Conventions for Alert Messages
This manual uses alert messages to prevent users and bystanders from being injured or
from suffering damage to their property. An alert message consists of an alert signal
and alert statements. The alert signals and their meanings are as follows.
This indicates a hazardous situation that could
result in serious personal injury if the user
does not perform the procedure correctly.
This indicates a hazardous situation that could
result in minor or moderate personal injury if
the user does not perform the procedure
correctly. This alert signal also indicates that
damage to the products or other property may
occur if the user does not perform the
procedure correctly.
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Contents
CHAPTER 1 Notes Concerning Use ..................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.1.1
Outline ........................................................................................................... 1-1
fi-4110CU Image Scanner .......................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Confirming the Content of Packing Box ....................................................... 1-1
1.3
Component Names and Functions ................................................................. 1-2
CHAPTER 2 Installation and Connection............................................................. 2-1
2.1
Notes Concerning Installation ................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Mounting the Document Support .................................................................. 2-2
2.3
Connection..................................................................................................... 2-3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.4
Notes Concerning Connection .................................................................... 2-3
Confirming the System Conditions............................................................. 2-4
Connecting the Power Cable....................................................................... 2-4
Connecting to the Computer ....................................................................... 2-5
Installing Device Driver and Software........................................................ 2-5
Setting up the Stacker and Document Support .............................................. 2-6
CHAPTER 3 Operation........................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
Notes Concerning Operation ......................................................................... 3-1
3.2
Before Scanning or Copying a Document ..................................................... 3-2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
Confirming Document Condition ............................................................... 3-3
Setting Documents ...................................................................................... 3-4
Scanning Documents ..................................................................................... 3-5
CHAPTER 4 Daily Maintenance ............................................................................ 4-1
4.1
Handling a Paper Jam .................................................................................... 4-1
4.2
Daily Maintenance......................................................................................... 4-2
4.3
Cleaning......................................................................................................... 4-3
4.3.1
4.3.2
Cleaning the Surface of the Scanner and
the Document Support ................................................................................ 4-3
Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder ................................................. 4-3
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4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
Consumables and Regular Replacement Components .................................. 4-6
Parts Number and Replacement Cycle of Consumables and
Regular Replacement Components ............................................................. 4-6
Procedure for Replacing the Pad Unit......................................................... 4-6
Procedure for Replacing the Pick Roller Unit............................................. 4-7
CHAPTER 5 When You Suspect That a Fault Occurred......................................5-1
APPENDIX
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Installation Specifications ............................................................... A-1
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Notes Concerning Use
1
This section provides an outline of the product and explains its characteristics and
components.
1.1 Outline
This section provides an outline of the fi-4110CU Image Scanner and explains its
characteristics.
1.1.1 fi-4110CU Image Scanner
The fi-4110CU Image Scanner can read very fine color images. It can also work with
attached software as follows:
·
Scan software enables the saving of data scanned with the scanner in TIFF format
in a personal computer.
·
Copy software enables the output of data scanned with the scanner to the printer
connected to a personal computer.
The fi-4110CU Image Scanner has the following features:
·
High reliable ADF
Performs document feeding at a level equivalent to business scanners.
·
Reading of color images on both sides
Can simultaneously read both sides of a document in full color.
·
Compact body for easy installation
Easy to install due to the lightweight, compact main body.
1.2 Confirming the Content of Packing Box
The fi-4110CU Image Scanner is packed together with accessories in a packing box.
Take out the scanner and accessories from the packing box and confirm missing items
with the attached packing list.
If you find an item to be missing or defective, call your sales agency.
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1.3 Component Names and Functions
This section shows the components of the scanner and explains their functions.
Front
Document support
Document guide
Automatic document feeder
Operator panel
Stacker
Copy density dial
Function No. display panel
Function button
Duplex button
Send to button
Scan button
Powe lamp
Component Name
1-2
Function
Document support
Accommodates documents to be read by the automatic
document feeder.
Document guide
Holds documents so that they are transported straight.
Automatic document feeder
(ADF)
Reads documents automatically.
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Component Name
Operator
panel
Function
Copy density
dial
Adjusts copy density (dark/light) in five stages.
Function No.
display panel
Displays the Function No. or also displays the scanner
read mode as follows;
On: Single-side reading mode
Blink: Double-sided reading mode
Mark: An application is being activated
When the AC adapter is connected to the scanner or the
PC’s power is turned on, the initialization of scanner is
executed. The display on the panel changes as follows;
P ® 0 ® 1 (When 1 appears, scanner becomes ready)
Function button
Selects a function to be started using this button.
This button’s function is set using Launch.
Duplex button
Switches between read modes. You can confirm the
current read mode with the Function No. display panel.
Send to button
Copies documents loaded in the document support.
Starts the operation specified by the Function button.
Scan button
Scans the document placed in position.
Power lamp
Stays lit while power is being supplied.
Stacker
Stacks the scanned documents.
Note:
Pressing the Send to or Scan button initiates the application software. The mark is
displayed until the application software is ready. If the application software fails to get
ready and the function No. display is restored, the Send to or Scan processing is
canceled.
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Back
Cover open lever
カバーオープンレバー
Inlet
ACアダプタ用コネクタ
Interface
connector
インタフェースコネクタ
Component Name
Function
Cover open lever
Opens and closes the automatic document feeder.
Inlet
Accommodates the AC adapter.
Interface connector
Accommodates an interface cable to be connected to a
personal computer. (Type B connector)
Internal
Feed roller
Eject roller
Component Name
Feed roller, eject roller,
facing roller
1-4
Plasticroller
roller
Facing
Function
Sends documents.
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2
Installation and Connection
This section explains how to install the image scanner and connect it to a personal
computer.
See Appendix A, “Installation Specifications,” for the external dimensions of the
image scanner.
2.1 Notes concerning Installation
When installing the image scanner, adhere to the following installation location and
environment notes:
- Fire or electric shock
-- Do not alter or disassemble the scanner.
High voltage components are inside.
- Falling or dropping
-- Do not place the scanner on an unstable surface,
but on an even surface where the scanner is
stable without vibration. Be sure to securely
place the rubber feet of the scanner onto the
surface.
-- Do not put heavy items on the scanner or do not
work on top of the scanner.
- Fire or electric shock
Do not expose the scanner to direct sunlight, and do
not place it near a heater, or in a humid or dusty
environment. Use the scanner in a well-ventilated
environment.
- Fire
Do not block the ventilation openings of the scanner
to prevent the inside from becoming too hot.
- Fire, electric shock, falling, or dropping
When moving the scanner, first disconnect the
power plug from the outlet and the other connection
cables. Move the scanner carefully.
- Malfunction
Install the scanner far away from a strong magnetic
or noise generating source. Avoid static electricity,
which could result in a scanner malfunction. For
the floor and workbench on which/near which the
scanner will be placed, select materials that do not
easily generate static electricity.
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2.2
Mounting the Document Support
Follow the procedure below to mount the stacker and document support.
1) Hold the document support and insert it into the hole on the lower part of the
scanner until it stops.
2) Hold the document support and insert its tabs into the counterpart holes on the
scanner as shown in the figure below.
u Key point
When documents are actually read, the user can raise the Paper Extension of the
document support and pull out the stacker according to the size of the documents.
For information regarding the setup of the document support and the stacker, see
Section 2.4, “Setting up the stacker and Document Support.”
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2.3 Connection
This section explains how to connect this scanner and the computer, and also how to
install the driver and other software.
2.3.1 Notes concerning Connection
When connecting cables, adhere to the following notes:
Fire or electric shock
- Do not use AC adapter other than in the
package. Failure to do so could result in a
fire or cause the scanner to fall.
- Before connecting or disconnecting a
device, turn off the power switch on the
personal computer, disconnect the power
plug from the outlet, then follow the written
procedure.
- Use the scanner only with the indicated
supply voltage. Do not make a starburst
connection.
- Do not hold the power cable or AC adapter
with moistened hands when connecting or
disconnecting it.
- If the power plug is dusty, clean it with a
dry cloth.
- Do not put anything heavy on the power
cable, and do not damage it by pulling,
forcibly bending, twisting, or heating. Do
not alter the power cable in any way.
- Do not use a power cable if it is damaged or
the plug does not fit snugly into the outlet.
Fire, electric shock, or fault
- Insert the power cable all the way to the
rear of the outlet.
- Hold the plug when disconnecting the
power cable from the outlet.
- Do not connect to the same outlet as large
power-consumption equipment such as a
copy machine or a shredder.
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2.3.2 Confirming the System Conditions
The following environments are required for connecting this scanner to the computer to
read images.
System
Conditions
OS
Windows 98 preinstall version
Windows 2000 preinstall version
Windows ME preinstall version
Interface
The computer has a built-in USB port and the computer maker certifies
that the port operates correctly.
u Note
- If your computer is updated to Windows 98 from Windows 95 or NT, the USB
port, even if provided, cannot be used.
2.3.3 Connecting the Power Cable
1) Connect the power cable to the inlet of the scanner.
2) Insert the AC adapter into the outlet.
ACアダプタ用コネクタ
Inlet
u Key point
- The image scanner is not equipped with a power switch. When connecting a
cable or changing the setting, first be sure to disconnect the power cable from
the outlet.
- While the driver and the software is active, the reading lamp turns on or off in
accordance with the status of the connected personal computer.
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2.3.4 Connecting to the Computer
This section explains how to connect the scanner to the computer.
Connect the scanner as follows:
1) Connect the type B connector of the interface cable (accessory of this scanner) to
the scanner until it clicks.
2) Connect the type A connector (opposite) of the interface cable to the USB port of
the computer or a USB hub.
インタフェースコネクタ
Interface connector
A
AタイプAコネクタ
Type A connector
B
BタイプBコネクタ
Type B connector
u Note
- Be sure to use the USB cable which comes as an accessory with this scanner.
(Note that we does not certify the correct operation of a commercial USB
cable.)
- When connecting to a USB hub, use the first stage USB hub that is closest to
the computer. If you use the second or later, the scanner may not operate
correctly.
2.3.5 Installing the Device Driver and Software
Install the device driver and the software from the setup CD-ROM supplied with
the image scanner. For detailed installation, read each Operator’s Guide contained
in the CD-ROM
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2.4 Setting up the Stacker and Document Support
Raise the Paper Extension of the document support and pull out the stacker according
to the document size as follows:
1) Hold the tab of the stacker and pull.
Stacker B
Tab
2) Insert a finger into the dent at the center of the stacker, then lift and pull the
Stacker B.
Dent
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3) When using an A4-size document, raise the Paper Extension of the document
support as shown below.
Paper Extension
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CHAPTER
3
Operation
Set a document on the document support and read it by automatic document feeder.
This section provides notes concerning operation, and explains how to read each
document.
3.1 Notes concerning Operation
When operating the equipment, adhere to the following points:
Fire or electrical shock
- If heat, smoke, offensive odor, or noise is
emitted from the equipment, turn off the
power switch of the main unit and
disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
After confirming that the smoke has
disappeared, notify the sales agency (or
service center).
Never repair the equipment yourself,
because doing so is dangerous.
- Do not insert foreign matter such as metal
and easy-to-burn materials via the opening
(ventilating hole) into the device interior.
Also, be careful not to drop these materials
inside the scanner.
- If you dropped the equipment or damaged
the cover, turn off the power by
disconnecting the power plug from the
outlet. Then, notify the sales agency (or
service center).
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Fire, electrical shock, or fault
- Do not allow liquids and items such as
coffee or metal clips to get into the
equipment.
- Do not put water on the equipment or get it
wet with water.
- If foreign matter such as water, metal clips,
or liquid gets into the equipment,
disconnect the power plug immediately
from the outlet. Then, notify the sales
agency (or service center). This caution is
intended especially for household use
including the presence of children.
- If the equipment will not be used for a long
time, disconnect the power plug from the
outlet for safety.
- Getting caught in movable parts
Be careful not to catch the sleeve of your
clothing , your necktie, or hair in the
movable parts, e.g. gears and rollers.
- Damage
If lightening occurs nearby, disconnect the
power plug from the outlet; otherwise, the
equipment may be damaged.
- Fault
Do not push auto-fed paper too strongly or
place heavy objects on it. Doing so may
cause the equipment to malfunction.
u Key point
For details regarding periodic cleaning, see Section 4.3.2, "Cleaning the Automatic
Document Feeder."
3.2 Before Scanning or Copying a Document
This section explains the operation required before scanning or copying a document.
If you operate the equipment by a method other than described in this section, a paper
jam or reading error may occur.
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3.2.1 Confirming Document Condition
This section explains documents that can be read and those that are difficult to read.
Readable documents
Readable documents are listed below.
Paper type
- High-quality paper
- PPC paper (paper specified by Xerox Corporation)
Ream weight
45 to 90 kg/ream (52.3 to 104.7 g/m2)
Size
A4, A5, B5, letter size, legal size, and name card size (A8)
Difficult-to-read documents
Some types of Documents cannot be read well.
Confirm whether documents can be read effectively, before using an automatic feeder.
Paper of the following conditions/types may not be read well:
·
Clipped or stapled paper
·
Paper wet with ink
·
Paper of uneven thickness (envelope or patched paper)
·
Excessively creased or curled paper
·
Folded or broken paper
·
Tracing paper
·
Coated paper
·
Carbon transfer and pressure sensitive paper
·
Paper larger than letter size (216 mm) and legal size (355 mm)
·
Cloth, metal sheet, and OHP sheet made of other materials than paper
·
Photographic paper
·
Paper perforated peripherally
·
Nonrectangular paper
·
Paper lighter than 45 kg /ream (52.3 g/m2) or heavier than 90 kg/ream (104.7 g/m2)
·
Paper of uneven width
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3.2.2 Setting Documents
This section explains how to set documents.
Loosening documents
Before setting documents, sufficiently loosen them by the following procedure:
·
Remove a 4 mm thick section of pages, hold the ends of the documents with both
hands, and bend the documents.
·
Hold the documents strongly with both hands so that both ends of the documents
are slanted, and then unbend the documents so that they are inflated.
·
Repeat the operations described above two or three times.
·
Turn the document by 90o and similarly loosen it.
u Key point
The thickness of the documents to be set shall be 4 mm or less.
Failure to do so could result in the paper jam or the reading defect.
Leveling both ends and setting the documents
Level both ends of the documents so that they can be read correctly.
u Key point
Set the documents as follows:
For single-side reading: Place the reading side facing the document support
surface.
For double-sided reading: Place the surface (first page) facing the document
support surface.
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Base side
C
Set the documents
AB
(R
e
a
d
side o
f last
page
)
ABC
3.3 Scanning Documents
This section explains how to scan documents.
1) Make sure that the powers of the personal computer and the scanner
are ON.
2) Check the document condition.
For details, see Section 3.2.1, "Confirming Document Condition."
3) Before setting documents, sufficiently loosen them.
For details, see Section 3.2.2, "Setting Documents."
4) Set the documents on the document support.
- Estimate the number of pages to be set based on the following standard:
The document thickness must be 4 mm or less (50 sheets by 55 kg/ream (64
g/cm2) paper) for A4 or legal size or smaller.
- Level the end of documents to be set.
For details, see Section 3.2.2, "Setting Documents."
- Set the documents as follows.
à
For single-side reading: Place the reading side facing down (document
support surface).
à
For double-sided reading: Place the surface (first page) facing down
(document support surface).
- Insert the documents in the automatic document feeder until they softly touch
the back of the automatic document feeder. Excessively strong insertion
results in feeding multiple pages simultaneously. Also, make sure that the
ends of the pages are not folded down.
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5) Adjust the document guides to the document width, then straighten the documents.
If the documents are placed loosely between the left and right guides, they may be
read diagonally.
6) Switch the reading mode by pressing the Duplex button.
This switching is available from a screen of the device driver. For details, refer to
the device driver manual.
When the Function No. display is ON, the single-sided reading mode is active.
When the Function No. display blinks, the double-sided reading mode is active.
7) Press the scan button on the main unit.
u Key point
Press the scan button to start the application software. The
until the application starts.
mark is displayed
If the application software does not start and the Function No. display panel
displays the Function No. again, the scan processing is canceled.
8) After finishing reading, remove the documents from the stacker.
Document guide
Function No. display panel
Duplex button
Scan button
Stacker
u Note
When validating the Duplex button and Scan button on the equipment using the
TWAIN driver, you must select "Follow Instructions on the Operator Panel of the
Equipment" on the operation environment setting screen of the device driver.
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4
Daily Maintenance
This section explains how to perform paper jam handling, daily maintenance, and
cleaning.
u Key point
Clean the automatic document feeder based on the standard cleaning procedure
described in Section 4.3.2, "Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder."
4.1 Handling a Paper Jam
Be aware of high – temperature in the glass
surface of Automatic Document Feeder
(ADF). It could result in a burn.
If a document jams while being read during automatic document feeding, remove it
through the following procedure:
1) Remove the document from the document support.
2) Open the automatic document feeder by pulling it toward you while raising the
cover opening lever.
Automatic Document
feeder
Cover open lever
3) Remove the jammed document.
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4) Restore the automatic document feeder into position by pushing its center.
Press the center
of upper cover
After restoring the automatic document feeder
into position, make sure that it is closed
completely. If the automatic document feeder
is not properly closed, a paper jam or reading
error may occur.
Check that both edges are closed completely
4.2 Daily Maintenance
To use the image scanner over a long period of time, you must perform some tasks
daily. Keep the following point in mind:
·
If the equipment surface, document support, or automatic document feeder is
soiled, clean it according to Section 4.3, "Cleaning."
Especially, be sure to clean the automatic document feeder.
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4.3 Cleaning
This section explains how to clean the image scanner.
Fire or electrical shock
- When cleaning the equipment, turn off the
power, and then disconnect the interface
cable and disconnect the AC adapter power
plug from the outlet.
4.3.1 Cleaning the Surface of the Scanner and the Document Support
This section explains how to clean the scanner surface and the document support.
·
Use a dry cloth or a cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral detergent or
isopropyl alcohol.
u Key point
Never use an organic solvent such as thinner.
·
Do not allow moisture to get inside the device during cleaning.
Cloth
Neutral detergent or isopropyl alcohol
Thinner
4.3.2 Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder
Be aware of high-temperature in the glass
surface of Automatic Document Feeder
(ADF). It could result in a burn.
Clean the automatic document feeder every time it has read about 1,000 pages.
However, this standard differs with types of documents to be read. For example, when
you frequently use documents written in pencil or when you use documents, printed by
a laser printer, with the toner insufficiently fixed, carbon particles of pencil or toner are
liable to stick to the rollers in the ADF so that the rollers may be slipperly resulting in
incorrect reading.
When you use the above documents, clean the ADF as a routine work.
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Clean the automatic document feeder through the following procedure (see the figure
on the next page for location):
1) Open the automatic document feeder by pulling it toward you while raising the
cover open lever.
2)
Clean the following components with a dry cloth or a cloth moistened with cleaner
F1 or isopropyl alcohol:
Pad
Clean the pad downward (in arrow direction) with a cloth
moistened with cleaner F1 or isopropyl alcohol.
In this case, be careful not to catch the cloth in the pick arm
or spring.
Glass surface,
White sheet
surface
Clean these surfaces gently with a dry cloth.
Pick roller,
Facing roller,
Feed roller
Gently clean the surface of these rollers with a cloth
moistened with cleaner F1 or isopropyl alcohol, while
rotating the roller by fingers.
If many foreign matters stick to the roller, the roller
becomes slippery; therefore, thoroughly clean it.
Eject roller
Clean the roller while rotating the roller with power on.
1.With power on, open the automatic document feeder by
pulling it toward you while raising the cover open lever.
(*1)
2.Pressing the two round buttons on the operator panel at
the same time causes the eject roller to rotate little by
little.
3.Gently clean the surface of the roller with a cloth
moistened with cleaner F1 or isopropyl alcohol, while
rotating the roller with the cloth pressed against the
surface of the roller. (As a guideline, the eject roller
rotates one revolution every seven presses.)
If many foreign matters stick to the roller, the roller
becomes slippery; therefore, thoroughly clean it.
*1: Be sure to open the automatic document feeder when the operator panel display
indicates other than “P” or “0”. While the display indicates “P” or “0”, the eject
roller does not rotate even if you press the round buttons.
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Pick arm
Pick spring
Pad
Feed roller
Facing roller
Glass, White sheet
Glass, White sheet
Pick roller
Round button
Facing roller
Eject roller
Cover open lever
Operator panel
Parts to be Cleaned on the Automatic Document Feeder
3) Restore the automatic document feeder into position.
After restoring the automatic document feeder
into position, make sure that it is closed
completely. If the automatic document feeder
is not properly closed, a paper jam or reading
error may occur.
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4.4 Consumables and Regular Replacement Components
Fire or electrical shock
- When replacing any of the equipment's
consumables , first turn off the power , then
disconnect the interface cable and
disconnect the AC adapter power plug from
the outlet.
Be aware of high – temperature in the glass
surface of Automatic Document Feeder
(ADF). It could result in a burn.
4.4.1 Parts Number and Replacement Cycle of Consumables and Regular
Replacement Components
Parts number and replacement cycle of consumables (standard) and regular
replacement components are shown below.
No.
Component name
Parts No.
Replacement cycle (standard)
1
Pad unit
0961192
Every 12,000 sheets or annually
2
Pick roller unit
0961193
Every 50,000 sheets or annually
The replacement cycle is estimated for A4 high-quality paper (55 kg/ream (64 g/m2),
and differs depending on the type of paper to be used.
u Key point
Toward the end of the replacement cycle, the device driver outputs a replacement
message.
4.4.2 Procedure for Replacing the Pad Unit
Replace the pad unit through the following procedure:
1) Remove any documents from the document support.
2) Open the automatic document feeder by pulling it toward you while raising the
cover open lever.
3) Remove the pad unit.
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Step 1:
Push the pick arm in the automatic document feeder in the arrow
direction.
Step 2:
Pull out the pad unit by using such as a ballpoint pen at both ends
(a and b) of the pad unit.
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Pick arm
Step 1
Pad unit
Pad
Step 2
a
b
4) When mounting a new pad unit, push the pick arm downward with one hand while
mounting the pad unit with the other hand.
Pad unit
Pad
Check that the pad unit is mounted completely.
If the pad unit is not mounted correctly, a
document feeding error such as a paper jam
may occur.
4.4.3 Procedure for Replacing the Pick Roller Unit
Replace the pick roller unit through the following procedure:
1) Remove any documents from the document support.
2) Open the automatic document feeder by pulling it toward you while raising the
cover open lever.
3) Remove the document support.
4) Remove the pick roller unit.
Press the paw of the pick roller unit inward, hold the knob, and raise the pick roller
unit while turning it (in the arrow direction).
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Paw
Knob
Pick Roller unit
Pick Roller
5) When mounting a new pick roller unit, insert it so that the pick roller unit paw
slides into the pick roller unit hole of the equipment.
Push the paw and the center of the pick roller unit with your hands to completely
insert the pick roller.
Check that the pick roller unit is mounted
completely. If the pick roller unit is mounted
correctly, a document feeding error such as a
paper jam may occur.
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When you suspect that a fault occurred
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When you suspect a fault occurred while using the image scanner, check the items
listed below.
Problem
Power is not
turned on
Item to be Checked
Is the AC adapter connected
correctly?
¾
Reading does
not start
Correction
Connect the AC adapter correctly.
Turn off the power once by
disconnecting the AC adapter.
Then, turn on the power again by
connecting the power cable. If the
power is not turned on, notify the
sales agent or the nearest service
center.
Are documents inserted to the
back of the automatic document
feeder?
Insert the documents gently to the
back.
Is the automatic document feeder
closed completely?
Confirm that the automatic
document feeder is closed.
Is the interface cable connected
correctly?
Connect the interface cable
correctly.
Result of
Is half tone processing being
reading graphics executed?
and photographs
Is the interior of the automatic
is unsatisfactory.
document feeder clean?
Specify correct half tone processing
by using the main unit.
Results of
reading
characters and
diagrams are
unsatisfactory
Is half tone processing being
executed?
Select binary (black and white)
processing by using the main unit.
Is the interior of the automatic
document feeder clean?
Clean them according to Section
4.3, "Cleaning."
Images are
misaligned or
distorted.
Are documents set straight on the
document support?
Set the documents straight using
the document guides.
Double feeding
(*1) occurs
frequently.
Is the pad clean?
Clean the pad according to Section
4.3.2, "Cleaning the Automatic
Document Feeder."
Is the pad worn?
Replace the pad unit.
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Clean them according to Section
4.3, "Cleaning."
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Problem
Paper is not
being fed (stops
enroute).
Item to be Checked
Correction
Is the pick roller clean?
Clean the pick roller according to
Section 4.3, "Cleaning."
Is the pick roller worn?
Replace the pick roller unit.
Is any foreign matter on the
transfer path?
Remove foreign matter from the
transfer path (see Section 4.1,
"Handling a Paper Jam").
*1 Double feeding means that two or more sheets of paper are fed together.
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Installation Specifications
A
The table below lists the installation specifications of the equipment.
Item
External dimensions (mm)
Specification
Width
Depth
Height
308.5
154
130
Weight (kg)
Input power
2.5
Voltage
100 V to 240 V
Number of phases
Single
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Power
consumption
Operating
30 W or less
Not operating
5.5 W or less
Permissible range
of temperature and
humidity
Equipment status
Operating
Not operating
During storage
and transfer
Temperature (oC)
5 to 35
-20 to 60
-20 to 60
Humidity (%)
30 to 80
8 to 95
8 to 95
External dimensions
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