User`s guide | Fujitsu FI-6130Z Photo Scanner User Manual

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fi-6130Z/fi-6230Z/fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z
Operator's Guide
Thank you for purchasing the fi-Series color image scanner.
This manual explains about the basic operations and handling of the scanner.
For information on scanner installation, connection and software installation,
refer to "Getting Started".
Introduction
Explains the names and functions of parts
and basic scanner operation.
Scanner
Overview
Explains how to load documents on the
scanner.
How to Load
Documents
Explains about the setting items in the
scanner drivers.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Explains how to use the Operator Panel.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Explains about various ways of scanning.
Various Ways to
Scan
Explains how to clean the scanner.
Explains how to replace the consumables.
Explains about troubleshooting.
Explains how to configure settings in the
Software Operation Panel.
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
How to Use This Manual
How to Use This Manual
How to Use This Manual
The following shows the tips for using this manual.
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or Adobe® Reader® (7.0 or later) is required.
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
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Introduction
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
Thank you for purchasing our fi-Series color image scanner.
Manuals
About This Product
The following manuals are included for this product. Read
them as needed.
"This product" refers to four scanner models, which are
fi-6130Z, fi-6230Z, fi-6140Z, and fi-6240Z.
Each scanner is equipped with an Automatic Document
Feeder (ADF) that allows duplex (double-sided) scanning, and
supports USB interface.
The following table shows the differences between each
model.
Model
Scanner type
ADF
fi-6130Z
Flatbed
(*1)
-
fi-6230Z
fi-6140Z
fi-6240Z
-
Interface
USB
SCSI
Manual
Safety Precautions
(paper)
Contains important information about the
safe use of this product.
Make sure to read this manual before
using the scanner.
Getting Started
(paper, PDF)
Outlines the procedures from installation to
operation of the scanner.
The PDF version is included in the Setup
DVD-ROM.
Scanning
speed (*2)
-
30 ppm/60 ipm
-
30 ppm/60 ipm
40 ppm/80 ipm
40 ppm/80 ipm
: Available
- : Not available
*1 : Flatbed allows you to scan thin paper and thick documents such as a
book.
*2 : When scanning A4 size documents at 300 dpi with JPEG
compression.
Description
Operator's Guide
(this manual) (PDF)
Provides detailed information on how to
operate and maintain the scanner daily,
how to replace the consumables, and how
to troubleshoot problems. Included in the
Setup DVD-ROM.
ScandAll PRO V2.0
User’s Guide (PDF)
Provides information on how to scan
documents by using ScandAll PRO.
Included in the Setup DVD-ROM.
fi-614PR Imprinter
Operator's Guide
(PDF)
Provides detailed information on how to
operate and maintain the option fi-614PR
imprinter daily, how to replace the
consumables, and how to troubleshoot
problems. Included in the Setup DVDROM.
FUJITSU TWAIN User's
Guide (PDF)
Explains how to install and operate the
FUJITSU TWAIN driver. Included in the
Setup DVD-ROM.
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
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Introduction
Manual
Kofax VRS Installation
Guide (PDF) (*1)
Description
Explains about the precautions for
installing Kofax VRS and other features
such as the VRS Professional features.
Included in the Setup DVD-ROM.
Image Processing
Software Option User's
Guide (PDF)
Explains how to install and operate the
Image Processing Software Option.
Included in the Setup DVD-ROM.
Scanner Central Admin
4.0 User's Guide (PDF)
Explains about the overview, installation,
operation and maintenance of Scanner
Central Admin. Included in the Setup DVDROM.
Error Recovery Guide
(HTML Help)
Details the status of the scanner and
explains how to resolve problems
encountered.
Contains movies that explain how to clean
and replace the consumables. Included in
the Setup DVD-ROM.
Help (scanner driver)
Help (application)
Explains how to use and configure the
settings for the scanner drivers.
Can be referenced from each scanner
driver.
Explains how to use and configure the
settings for the application software.
Can be referenced from each application.
*1 : Kofax VRS Professional (hereinafter referred to as “Kofax VRS”) is
bundled with this product.
Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and
SharePoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
ISIS and Quick Scan are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat, and Adobe Reader are either
registered trademarks or trade names of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
ABBYY™ FineReader™ Engine © 2011 ABBYY. OCR by
ABBYY
ABBYY and FineReader are trademarks of ABBYY.
Kofax and VRS are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Kofax, Inc.
Other company names and product names are the registered
trademarks or trademarks of the respective companies.
Manufacturer
PFU LIMITED
International Sales Dept., Imaging Business Division,
Products Group
Solid Square East Tower,
580 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
212-8563, JAPAN.
Phone: (81-44) 540-4538
© PFU LIMITED 2011
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Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Conventions
Introduction
Safety Information
Abbreviations Used in This Manual
The attached "Safety Precautions" manual contains important
information about the safe and correct use of this product.
Make sure that you read and understand it before using the
scanner.
The operating systems and products in this manual are
indicated as follows.
Symbols Used in This Manual
The following indications are used in this manual to obviate
any chance of accident or damage to you, people near you,
and your property. Warning labels consist of a symbol
indicating the severity and a warning statement. The symbols
and their meanings are as follows.
This indication alerts operators to an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in severe
injury or death.
This indication alerts operators to an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in safety
hazards to personnel or damage to the product.
Besides warning indicators, the following symbols are used in
this manual.
!
This symbol alerts operators to particularly important
information.
Be sure to read this information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding
operation.
Name
Indication
z Windows® XP Home Edition
Windows XP
(*1)
®
z Windows XP Professional
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
z Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition
z Windows Server® 2003, Standard Edition
z Windows Server® 2003, Standard x64 Edition
Windows
Server 2003
(*1)
z Windows Server® 2003 R2, Standard Edition
Various Ways to
Scan
®
z Windows Server 2003 R2, Standard x64 Edition
z Windows Vista® Home Basic (32/64-bit)
z Windows Vista® Home Premium (32/64-bit)
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Windows
Vista (*1)
Daily Care
z Windows Vista® Business (32/64-bit)
z Windows Vista® Enterprise (32/64-bit)
Replacing the
Consumables
z Windows Vista® Ultimate (32/64-bit)
z Windows Server® 2008 Standard (32/64-bit)
z Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard (64-bit)
z Windows® 7 Home Premium (32/64-bit)
z Windows® 7 Professional (32/64-bit)
z Windows® 7 Enterprise (32/64-bit)
z Windows® 7 Ultimate (32/64-bit)
Windows
Server 2008
(*1)
Windows 7
(*1)
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Conventions
Name
z Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Portal Server 2003
z Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007
Indication
SharePoint
Server
z Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2010
ScandAll PRO ScanSnap mode Add-in
ScanSnap
mode
ScanSnap Carrier Sheet
Carrier Sheet
*1: Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the
above operating system, the general term "Windows" is used.
Arrow Symbols in This Manual
Right-arrow symbols (J) are used to separate icons or menu
options you should select in succession.
Example: Click the [Scan] menu J [Scanner Setting].
Screen Examples in This Manual
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change
without notice in the interest of product improvement.
If the actual displayed screen differs from the screen
examples in this manual, operate by following the actual
displayed screen while referring to the user's manual of the
scanner application that you are using.
The screen examples used in this manual are of the TWAIN
driver, ISIS driver, and ScandAll PRO (image scanning
application).
This manual uses screenshots from Windows 7. The windows
that appear and the operations differ by the operating system
that you are using. Also note that with some scanner models,
the screens and operations may differ from this manual when
you update the TWAIN driver or the ISIS driver. In that case,
refer to the manual provided upon updating the driver.
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Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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How to Use This Manual ................................................................................................................................... 2
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
Conventions ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 1 Scanner Overview ........................................................................................................................ 14
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
Main Features .............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Parts and Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 16
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
Turning the Power ON/OFF ........................................................................................................................................ 23
How to Turn the Power ON ............................................................................................................................................ 23
How to Turn the Power OFF .......................................................................................................................................... 23
Opening/Closing the ADF ........................................................................................................................................... 24
How to Open the ADF .................................................................................................................................................... 24
How to Close the ADF.................................................................................................................................................... 24
Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ...................................................................................... 25
How to Open the Document Cover ................................................................................................................................ 25
How to Close the Document Cover ................................................................................................................................ 25
Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute ............................................................................................................................... 26
Setting Up the Stacker ................................................................................................................................................ 27
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z ............................................................................................................................................................ 27
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z ............................................................................................................................................................ 30
Power Saving Mode .................................................................................................................................................... 31
Basic Flow of Scanning Operation ............................................................................................................................ 32
Image Scanning Application ...................................................................................................................................... 35
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Centralized Management of Scanners ...................................................................................................................... 36
Chapter 2 How to Load Documents ............................................................................................................. 37
2.1
2.2
2.3
Loading Documents in the ADF ................................................................................................................................. 38
Preparation..................................................................................................................................................................... 38
How to Load Documents ................................................................................................................................................ 39
Loading Documents on the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ........................................................................................... 40
Documents for Scanning (ADF) ................................................................................................................................. 41
Paper Size...................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Conditions ...................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Loading Capacity............................................................................................................................................................ 44
Area Not to be Perforated .............................................................................................................................................. 45
Conditions for Multifeed Detection ................................................................................................................................. 45
Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning ............................................................................................................................ 47
Conditions for Automatic Page Size Detection............................................................................................................... 49
Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet........................................................................................................................... 50
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Chapter 3 Configuring the Scan Settings ................................................................................................... 51
3.1
TWAIN Driver ............................................................................................................................................................... 52
[Resolution] .................................................................................................................................................................... 53
[Scan Type] .................................................................................................................................................................... 53
[Paper Size].................................................................................................................................................................... 53
[Image Mode] ................................................................................................................................................................. 53
[Scan] Button.................................................................................................................................................................. 53
[Preview] Button ............................................................................................................................................................. 54
[Close] / [OK] Button....................................................................................................................................................... 54
[Reset] Button................................................................................................................................................................. 54
[Help] Button................................................................................................................................................................... 54
[About] Button................................................................................................................................................................. 54
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Replacing the
Consumables
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[Option] Button ............................................................................................................................................................... 54
[Advance] Button ............................................................................................................................................................ 55
[Config] Button................................................................................................................................................................ 55
[Browse] Button .............................................................................................................................................................. 55
ISIS Driver .................................................................................................................................................................... 56
[Main] Tab ...................................................................................................................................................................... 57
[Layout] Tab ................................................................................................................................................................... 57
[Image Processing] Tab ................................................................................................................................................. 58
[Paper Handling] Tab ..................................................................................................................................................... 59
[Gamma] Tab ................................................................................................................................................................. 59
[Color Dropout] Tab........................................................................................................................................................ 60
[Compression] Tab ......................................................................................................................................................... 60
[Imprinter] Tab ................................................................................................................................................................ 61
[Blank Page Deletion] Tab.............................................................................................................................................. 61
[About] Tab..................................................................................................................................................................... 62
Chapter 4 How to Use the Operator Panel .................................................................................................. 63
4.1
Operator Panel ............................................................................................................................................................. 64
Names and Functions .................................................................................................................................................... 64
Indications on Function Number Display ........................................................................................................................ 65
Chapter 5 Various Ways to Scan ................................................................................................................. 66
5.1
5.2
Summary ...................................................................................................................................................................... 67
Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes ................................................................................................ 68
Scanning Both Sides at Once ........................................................................................................................................ 68
Documents with Different Widths ................................................................................................................................... 69
Documents Larger than A4/Letter Size .......................................................................................................................... 70
Scanning Photographs and Clippings ............................................................................................................................ 73
Long Page Scanning ...................................................................................................................................................... 76
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Scan Settings
How to Use the
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Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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5.3
5.4
5.5
Scanning a Book (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ............................................................................................................................. 78
Scanning a Large Document on the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ................................................................................... 80
Advanced Scanning .................................................................................................................................................... 82
Removing a Color from the Scanned Image (Dropout Color) ........................................................................................ 82
Skipping Blank Pages .................................................................................................................................................... 85
Removing Punch Holes.................................................................................................................................................. 86
Scanning the Image Brighter.......................................................................................................................................... 88
Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF...................................................................................................................... 90
Configuring Post-Scan Operations and Handling .................................................................................................... 91
Automatically Correcting Skewed Images...................................................................................................................... 91
Automatically Correcting the Page Orientation .............................................................................................................. 93
Splitting the Scanned Image in Two............................................................................................................................... 95
Using the Multi Image Output......................................................................................................................................... 97
Automatically Detecting Color/Monochrome Documents ............................................................................................... 99
Customizing the Scanner Settings .......................................................................................................................... 101
Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning........................................................................................................ 101
Detecting Multifeed Errors............................................................................................................................................ 103
Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern.............................................................................................................................. 105
Chapter 6 Daily Care ................................................................................................................................... 108
6.1
6.2
6.3
Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning ..................................................................................... 109
Cleaning Materials........................................................................................................................................................ 109
Location and Frequency............................................................................................................................................... 109
Cleaning the Outside ................................................................................................................................................ 110
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z .......................................................................................................................................................... 110
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z .......................................................................................................................................................... 110
Cleaning the Inside ................................................................................................................................................... 111
Cleaning the ADF (with Cleaning Paper) ..................................................................................................................... 111
Cleaning the ADF (with cloth)....................................................................................................................................... 112
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Scanner
Overview
How to Load
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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6.4
Cleaning the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ..................................................................................................................... 115
Cleaning the Carrier Sheet ....................................................................................................................................... 116
Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables ..................................................................................................... 117
7.1
7.2
7.3
Consumables and Replacement Cycles ................................................................................................................. 118
Replacing the Brake Roller ....................................................................................................................................... 119
Replacing the Pick Roller ......................................................................................................................................... 121
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 124
8.1
8.2
Paper Jam .................................................................................................................................................................. 125
Error Indications on Operator Panel ....................................................................................................................... 126
Temporary Errors ......................................................................................................................................................... 127
Device Errors................................................................................................................................................................ 128
8.3
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................................ 130
Scanner cannot be powered ON. ................................................................................................................................. 131
The Function Number Display switches OFF. .............................................................................................................. 132
Scanning does not start................................................................................................................................................ 133
Image quality is poor when scanning pictures/photos in black & white. ....................................................................... 134
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory. ........................................................................................................ 135
Images are distorted or not clear.................................................................................................................................. 136
Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image. ........................................................................................................... 137
"E" (or other number/letter) is already displayed on the Function Number Display after power-on. ............................ 138
Multifeed error occurs frequently. ................................................................................................................................. 139
Situation in which the document is not fed into the ADF occurs frequently.................................................................. 141
Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently. ...................................................................................................................... 142
Scanned images turn out elongated............................................................................................................................. 143
A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the scanned image. ............................................................................. 144
There are black traces on the document. ..................................................................................................................... 145
The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly. / Paper jams occur. ......................................................................................... 146
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Various Ways to
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Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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8.4
8.5
Part of the image appears missing when using the Carrier Sheet. .............................................................................. 148
Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider ................................................................................................ 149
General......................................................................................................................................................................... 149
Error Status .................................................................................................................................................................. 150
Checking the Product Labels ................................................................................................................................... 151
Location........................................................................................................................................................................ 151
Chapter 9 Operational Settings .................................................................................................................. 152
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
Starting Up the Software Operation Panel .............................................................................................................. 153
Password Setting ...................................................................................................................................................... 154
Setting a Password ...................................................................................................................................................... 154
Setting the [View Only mode] ....................................................................................................................................... 155
Clearing the [View Only mode] ..................................................................................................................................... 156
Changing the Password ............................................................................................................................................... 157
Clearing the Password ................................................................................................................................................. 158
Resetting the Password ............................................................................................................................................... 159
Configuration Items .................................................................................................................................................. 160
Device Setting .............................................................................................................................................................. 160
Device Setting 2 ........................................................................................................................................................... 162
Settings Related to Page Counters ......................................................................................................................... 166
Checking and Resetting the Counters.......................................................................................................................... 166
Replacement Cycle of Consumables [Life Counter Alarm Setting] .............................................................................. 168
Settings Related to Scanning ................................................................................................................................... 169
Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical magnification Adjustment] .................................................... 169
Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around the Scanned Image [Page Edge Filler (ADF)] /
[Page Edge Filler (FB)] (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)............................................................................................................... 171
Removing a Color from the Scanned Image [Dropout color]........................................................................................ 173
Shortening the Scanning Intervals [Pre-Pick] ............................................................................................................... 174
Number of Paper Feeding Retries................................................................................................................................ 175
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Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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9.6
9.7
9.8
Cropping the Image Boundary [AutoCrop Boundary] ................................................................................................... 176
Protecting the Documents from Being Damaged [Paper Protection] ........................................................................... 177
Specifying the Sensitivity Level for Paper Protection [Paper Protection Sensitivity] .................................................... 178
Scanning Thick Plastic Cards [Feed Mode] (fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)................................................................................... 179
Settings Related to Multifeed Detection .................................................................................................................. 180
Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method [Multifeed] ................................................................................................... 180
Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed [Document check area specification for Multifeed Detection]........................ 182
Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed [Intelligent Multifeed Function] ................................................................. 185
Settings Related to Waiting Time ............................................................................................................................ 186
Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode [Manual-feed timeout] ......................................................................................... 186
Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode [Power saving] ......................................................................................... 187
Settings Related to Power ON/OFF ......................................................................................................................... 188
Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power SW Control]..................................................................................... 188
Appendix ..................................................................................................................................................... 189
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
Basic Specification ................................................................................................................................................... 190
Installation Specification .......................................................................................................................................... 193
Outer Dimensions ..................................................................................................................................................... 195
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z .......................................................................................................................................................... 195
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z .......................................................................................................................................................... 195
Scanner Options ........................................................................................................................................................ 196
Uninstalling the Software ......................................................................................................................................... 197
Glossary ....................................................................................................................................................... 198
Index ............................................................................................................................................................. 209
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Introduction
Scanner
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How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
Appendix
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Chapter 1 Scanner Overview
This chapter explains about the names and functions of the scanner components, as well as the methods for basic
operations.
1.1 Main Features.............................................................................................................................................15
1.2 Parts and Functions....................................................................................................................................16
1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF........................................................................................................................23
1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF...........................................................................................................................24
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1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z) ........................................................................25
1.6 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute ...............................................................................................................26
1.7 Setting Up the Stacker................................................................................................................................27
1.8 Power Saving Mode ...................................................................................................................................31
1.9 Basic Flow of Scanning Operation .............................................................................................................32
1.10 Image Scanning Application .....................................................................................................................35
1.11 Centralized Management of Scanners .....................................................................................................36
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Chapter 1 Scanner Overview
1.1 Main Features
This section explains about the main features of this product.
The scanner is equipped with the following features:
High speed scanning
Realizes a scanning speed of 30 ppm/60 ipm (fi-6130Z/fi-6230Z),
or 40 ppm/80 ipm (fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z) (*1). Furthermore, you can load up
to 50 sheets of documents for continuous scanning which allows you to
quickly digitize a large volume of documents.
Capable of scanning photographs, clippings, and
documents larger than A4/Letter size
The bundled "Carrier Sheet" allows you to scan documents that are
larger than A4/Letter size, as well as non-standard size documents such
as photographs and clippings. You can load multiple Carrier Sheets or
mix it with regular documents in the same batch.
Function Number Display
The scanner mounts a "Function Number Display" which displays error
indications. It is used to easily check the status of the scanner.
Improved efficiency for pre-scan work
The scanner can perform "batch scanning" which allows you to scan
documents with different paper weights and sizes at once, simplifying
the process of sorting the documents before scanning.
Reduced work loss caused by multifeeds
The scanner mounts an ultrasonic multifeed sensor that accurately
detects "multifeed" errors where two or more sheets are fed through the
scanner at once.This multifeed detection is reliable even when scanning
a mixed batch of documents with different paper weights and sizes,
avoiding potential work loss.
Introduction
Intelligent Multifeed function
When there is paper of the same size attached to a designated location
on the page, the Intelligent Multifeed function enables the scanner to
recognize the location of the attachment. This allows you to continue
scanning instead of pausing the scan by detecting every paper
attachment as multifeed. Furthermore, the "paper protection" function
will reduce the risk of damaging your valuable documents.
Advanced image processing function
The scanner’s automatic detection function outputs images in color or
monochrome by the document content.
Imprinter option
Imprinter is available as an option, which is often demanded for
managing/verifying documents. Having the capability to print on the
scanned documents could drastically improve usability.
The imprinter can be installed on fi-6130Z or fi-6140Z.
Scanning on black background
Black document pad is available as an option, which allows you to
perform scanning on black background when using the flatbed. It can be
used to automatically correct skewed images or accurately detect the
size of the scanned document.
The black document pad can be used on fi-6230Z or fi-6240Z.
Centralized management of multiple scanners
The bundled "Scanner Central Admin Agent" application allows you to
manage multiple scanners together, for example, to update the scanner
settings and drivers, as well as to monitor the operating status of each
scanner.
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
*1: When scanning A4 size documents at 300 dpi with JPEG compression.
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1.2 Parts and Functions
Introduction
This section shows the names of the scanner parts.
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fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z
■Front
Side guide
ADF paper chute
Guides the documents in width direction
as they are fed into the scanner.
Holds the documents to be scanned.
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Pulls and feeds the documents one sheet
at a time from the ADF paper chute.
Open to replace consumables or clean the
inside of the scanner.
How to Load
Documents
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Chute extension 1
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Chute extension 2
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
Stacker
Stacks up the ejected documents.
Stacker extension 1
ADF release tab
Various Ways to
Scan
Pull this tab to open the ADF.
Daily Care
Slide out to adjust to the document length.
Operator panel
Stacker extension 2
Lift up to adjust to the document length.
Stacker extension 3
Lift up to adjust to the document length.
Consists of the Function Number Display,
buttons, and LED indicator.
Can be used to operate the scanner or
check the status.
For details, refer to "Chapter 4 How to Use
the Operator Panel" (page 63).
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■Back
Ventilation port
Holes for ventilating hot air from inside the scanner.
USB connector
Used to connect a USB cable.
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Power connector
Used to connect the power cable.
"Power cable" refers to the AC cable and AC adaptor connected together.
SCSI ID switch (fi-6140Z)
Used to configure the SCSI ID (factory default: 5).
SCSI connector (fi-6140Z)
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Used to connect a SCSI cable.
Daily Care
EXT connector
Used to connect the imprinter.
The imprinter is used to print text (e.g. alphabets, numbers) on the scanned
documents, and is available as an option.
It can be useful for managing documents when you add a name, date or
serial number on the scanned document.
For details, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (page 196).
Security cable slot
Used to connect an anti-theft security cable (commercially available).
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
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■Removable Parts
Pick roller
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
ADF paper chute
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Brake roller
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z
■Front
Introduction
Side guide
ADF paper chute
Guides the documents in width direction
as they are fed into the scanner.
Holds the documents to be scanned.
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Pulls and feeds the documents one sheet
at a time from the ADF paper chute.
Open to replace consumables or clean the
inside of the scanner.
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Overview
Chute extension 2
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
Chute extension 1
How to Load
Documents
Pull out to adjust to the document length.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
ADF release tab
Pull this tab to open the ADF.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Operator panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Stacker
Stacks up the ejected documents.
Stacker extension
Lift up to adjust to the document
length.
Flatbed
For scanning documents (e.g. thin
paper, books) that cannot be scanned
with the ADF.
Consists of the Function Number Display,
buttons, and LED indicator.
Can be used to operate the scanner or
check the status.
For details, refer to "Chapter 4 How to Use
the Operator Panel" (page 63).
Transport lock switch
Locks the carrier unit (which is inside the
flatbed) to prevent damage during
transportation.
Daily Care
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Consumables
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■Inside
Document cover
Introduction
Close it to hold the document in place.
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Documents
Document pad
Holds the document down against the document bed.
Document cover with a black document pad is also
available as an option.
Use it to perform scanning in black background on the
flatbed.
For details, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (page 196).
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Document bed
Daily Care
Place a document on the glass section.
Replacing the
Consumables
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■Back
Introduction
Ventilation port
Holes for ventilating hot air from inside the scanner.
USB connector
Used to connect a USB cable.
Power connector
Used to connect the power cable.
"Power cable" refers to the AC cable and AC adaptor connected together.
SCSI ID switch (fi-6240Z)
Used to configure the SCSI ID (factory default: 5).
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
SCSI connector (fi-6240Z)
Used to connect a SCSI cable.
Security cable slot
Used to connect an anti-theft security cable (commercially available).
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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■Removable Parts
Document cover
Pick roller
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
ADF paper chute
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Brake roller
Daily Care
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Troubleshooting
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1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF
Introduction
This section explains how to power on/off the scanner.
The method by which the scanner is powered on/off can be
specified from one of the following:
z Press the [Power] button on the operator panel
z Unplug the power cable then plug it back in
z Have the scanner turn on/off in sync with the computer's
power
For details, refer to "Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF
[Power SW Control]" (page 188).
D The scanner is turned on, and the [Power] button lights in green.
During initialization, the Function Number Display changes in the
following order: "8" J "P" J "0" J "1". "1" indicates that the
scanner is ready.
When you press the [Power] button, the LED indicator will
flash once. Note that this is an initial diagnosis and not a
malfunction.
!
1
How to Load
Documents
How to Turn the Power OFF
Configuring the
Scan Settings
1
How to Use the
Operator Panel
How to Turn the Power ON
When connected via SCSI, turn on the scanner and confirm
that "1" is displayed on the Function Number Display before
you turn on the computer.
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Overview
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel for more
than 2 seconds.
D The scanner is turned off, and the [Power] button switches off.
Various Ways to
Scan
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel.
Check
Daily Care
Function
Send to
Scan
/Stop
Replacing the
Consumables
Power
Troubleshooting
[Power] Button
Operational
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1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF
This section describes how to open and close the ADF.
How to Close the ADF
How to Open the ADF
1
1
2
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
Close the ADF.
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Scanner
Overview
Push the center of the ADF until it locks in place.
How to Load
Documents
Pull the ADF release tab towards you to open the ADF.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
ADF release tab
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
!
Make sure that there is no foreign matter caught inside
the ADF.
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Troubleshooting
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
Operational
Settings
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1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
This section describes how to open and close the document
cover.
How to Close the Document Cover
How to Open the Document Cover
1
1
Open the document cover.
Document cover
Gently close the document cover.
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1.6 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute
Documents loaded in the ADF paper chute are fed into the
ADF one by one.
Using the chute extensions will keep the documents straight
and feed them smoothly.
1
Pull out chute extension 1.
2
Introduction
Pull out chute extension 2.
Scanner
Overview
Chute extension 2
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Chute extension 1
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Make sure to hold the scanner while you pull out the
chute extension.
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Make sure to hold the scanner while you pull out the
chute extension.
Replacing the
Consumables
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1.7 Setting Up the Stacker
Documents loaded in the ADF paper chute are ejected onto
the stacker one by one.
Using the stacker and stacker extensions will keep the
documents straight and stack them neatly.
2
Introduction
Slide out the stacker extension 1 towards you.
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z
■A6 (landscape) or larger
1
Stacker extension 1
Bring down the stacker from the top towards you.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Stacker
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
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3
Lift up the stacker extension 2 towards you.
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2
■A7 (landscape) or smaller
1
Lift up the stacker extension 3.
Bring down the stacker from the top towards you.
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Overview
Stacker
Stacker extension 3
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
!
Do not bend the stacker extension more than 90 degrees,
because it may break.
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z
■A6 (portrait)/A5 (landscape) or smaller
■A5 (portrait) or larger
1
1
Lift the stacker extension.
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Lift up the stacker towards you.
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Stacker extension
Stacker
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
!
Do not bend the stacker extension more than 90 degrees,
because it may break.
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Consumables
Troubleshooting
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1.8 Power Saving Mode
Power saving mode keeps the power consumption low when
the scanner has not been used for a certain period of time.
If the scanner is left powered on for 15 minutes without being
used, it automatically enters power saving mode.
When it enters power saving mode, the Function Number
Display switches off but the [Power] button remains lit in
green.
To resume from power saving mode, perform one of the
following:
z Load a document in the ADF paper chute
z Press any button on the operator panel
Note that pressing the [Power] button for more than 2 seconds will
turn the power off.
z Perform scanning from an application
!
The scanner may not enter power saving mode if there was a
document remaining on the paper path.
For details about how to remove documents, refer to "8.1
Paper Jam" (page 125).
The waiting time for entering power saving mode can be
changed in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode
[Power saving]" (page 187).
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1.9 Basic Flow of Scanning Operation
This section explains about the basic flow of performing a
scan.
In order to perform a scan, you need a scanner driver and an
application that supports the scanner driver.
This product bundles the TWAIN driver and the ISIS driver
(compliant to the respective standards), Kofax VRS, and an
application called "ScandAll PRO" which supports both drivers
and Kofax VRS.
z For details about the scanner drivers, refer to:
- "Chapter 3 Configuring the Scan Settings" (page 51)
- TWAIN driver Help
- ISIS driver Help
z For details about Kofax VRS, refer to:
- Kofax VRS Help
z For details about ScandAll PRO, refer to:
- ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide
- ScandAll PRO Help
Introduction
The following describes the normal procedure for scanning.
1
Turn on the scanner.
2
Load a document face-down in the ADF paper chute.
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Overview
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 23).
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
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3
Start an application for scanning.
ScandAll PRO will be used here as an example to explain the
procedure.
5
Select a scanner.
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Example: ScandAll PRO
How to Load
Documents
For details about how to start up ScandAll PRO, refer to "ScandAll
PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
4
Select a scanner driver.
TWAIN driver:
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
ISIS driver:
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Kofax VRS:
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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6
Launch the scanner driver from the application.
7
In the scanner driver's setup dialog box, configure the
scan settings.
8
In ScandAll PRO, select the [Scan] menu J [Scan].
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TWAIN driver:
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
For details about scanning with ScandAll PRO, refer to "ScandAll
PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
ISIS driver:
9
Save the scanned image to a file.
!
Kofax VRS:
Do not unplug the USB cable or log off the user account
when the scanner and the computer are communicating,
for instance, during scanning.
Procedures and operations slightly vary depending on the
application used.
For more details about scanning with ScandAll PRO, refer
to "ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
To perform scanning with other applications, refer to the
manual bundled with the application.
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
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Consumables
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1.10 Image Scanning Application
This section explains about the bundled “ScandAll PRO”
image scanning application, which is used as an example to
explain the procedures in this manual.
ScandAll PRO supports both TWAIN and ISIS drivers. By
defining scan settings as profiles, you can customize the
settings according to your preference.
When ScandAll PRO is installed, you can also install
“ScanSnap mode”. This is an add-in application which
provides a different set of driver settings as an alternative to
using ScandAll PRO. TWAIN driver is required to use this
application. Using the ScanSnap mode enables easy
scanning with a single button.
!
You cannot use ScanSnap mode in the following cases:
z When the scanner is connected to fi-5000N
z When the scanner is connected with a SCSI cable
"Chapter 5 Various Ways to Scan" (page 66) explains how to
scan different types of documents by using examples of the
TWAIN driver started via ScandAll PRO.
For more details about ScandAll PRO, refer to “ScandAll PRO
V2.0 User’s Guide”.
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1.11 Centralized Management of Scanners
This section explains about managing a large number of
scanners in a unified manner by providing the following
capabilities.
z Simultaneously update settings for multiple scanners and their
drivers.
Because there is no need to update each scanner one by one, a
significant reduction is achieved in the time required to update a large
number of scanners.
z Monitor scanners to check for any consumable parts that require
replacement, or the occurrence of errors.
The alerts for consumable part replacement and errors are provided
by scanners, which provides an easy way of checking the operating
status of scanners.
Introduction
z SCAModule Creator
Use this application to create update modules to upload onto the
Scanner Central Admin Server.
It is only required for creating update modules.
Scanner Central
Admin Console
Scanner Central
Admin Server
Upload update modules/
check update status
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Alerts for consumable part
replacement and errors
SCAModule
Creator
Administrator
How to Use the
Operator Panel
To enable the above functions, "Scanner Central Admin" is
required which consists of four applications bundled with this
product:
z Scanner Central Admin Server
Install this application in the main computer that is used for the
centralized management of scanners.
By registering scanners on the Scanner Central Admin Server, you
can build a system to run a unified management for all scanners.
z Scanner Central Admin Console
Install this application in a computer to upload update modules and to
monitor the operating status of the scanners.
The administrators can perform these tasks from the Scanner Central
Admin Console window, where they can also check the alerts for
consumable replacement and errors sent from the scanners.
z Scanner Central Admin Agent
Install this application in a computer connected to a scanner. It allows
scanners to link with the Scanner Central Admin Server.
Linking with the Scanner Central Admin Server will enable you to
apply updates on scanner settings, and the scanner can also send
alerts on consumable replacement and errors.
Scanner
Overview
Update
module
Scanner
Scanner Central
Admin Agent
Scanner
Scanner Central
Admin Agent
Scanner
Scanner Central
Admin Agent
Daily Care
Scanner
Scanner Central
Admin Agent
Various Ways to
Scan
:
:
Update
Alerts for consumable part
replacement and errors
For more details, refer to the Scanner Central Admin 4.0
User’s Guide.
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This chapter explains how to load documents on the scanner.
2.1 Loading Documents in the ADF..................................................................................................................38
2.2 Loading Documents on the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z).............................................................................40
2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)..................................................................................................................41
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2.1 Loading Documents in the ADF
This section explains how to load documents in the ADF.
Preparation
2
Introduction
Fan the documents.
1 Grab a stack of documents, which should be 5 mm or less.
2 Hold both ends of the documents and fan them a few times.
For details about the paper size and quality required for normal
operations, refer to "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page
41).
1
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
If you are loading multiple sheets, check the documents.
1 Check if the documents to be loaded are of the same width or
different widths.
Ways to load documents differ depending on whether they are the
same width or not.
If the document width varies, refer to "Conditions for Mixed Batch
Scanning" (page 47) or "Documents with Different Widths" (page
69).
2 Check the number of sheets.
Up to 50 sheets can be loaded (with paper weight of 80 g/m² [20 lb]
and thickness of the document stack under 5 mm).
For details, refer to "Loading Capacity" (page 44).
Scanner
Overview
3 Rotate the documents by 90 degrees and fan them in the same
manner.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
4 Perform steps 1 to 3 for all documents.
5 Align the edges of the documents.
For more details about how to fan documents, refer to the
Error Recovery Guide.
The Error Recovery Guide is included in the Setup DVDROM. For details about installation, refer to "Installing the
Software" in Getting Started.
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How to Load Documents
1
4
Do not leave space between the side guides and the document.
Otherwise, the document may be fed skewed.
Pull out the chute extensions according to the length of
the document.
Side guide
For details, refer to "1.6 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute" (page 26).
2
Adjust the side guides to the width of the document.
Lift the stacker and stacker extension according to the
length of the document.
Introduction
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
For details, refer to "1.7 Setting Up the Stacker" (page 27).
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Load the document face-down in the ADF paper chute.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
5
Start up an application for scanning and perform a scan.
For details about the scanning procedure in ScandAll PRO, refer to
"ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
!
Remove all paper clips and staples. Reduce the number
of sheets if a multifeed or pick error occurs.
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2.2 Loading Documents on the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
1
Open the document cover.
2
Load a document on the document bed.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
Place the document face-down to align its top left-hand corner with
the reference point.
3
Close the document cover.
4
Start up an application for scanning and perform a scan.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
For details about the scanning procedure in ScandAll PRO, refer to
"ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
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A
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CB
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B
C
Reference point
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2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)
Paper Size
Conditions
The following paper sizes can be scanned.
Paper type
A
The following paper types are recommended:
z Wood-free paper
z Wood-containing paper
z PPC paper (recycled)
z Plastic card
When using paper types other than the above, make sure to test with
the same type of paper first to check if the document can be scanned.
C
Feed direction
B
Portrait
Feed direction
D
Landscape
A: 52 to 216 mm (2.1 to 8.5 in.)
B: 74 to 355.6 mm (2.9 to 14.0 in.) (*1)
C: 74 to 216 mm (2.9 to 8.5 in.)
D: 52 to 355.6 mm (2.1 to 14.0 in.) (*1)
*1: Long page scanning supports documents with a length up to 3,048 mm
(120 in.).
Paper weight (thickness)
The following paper weights can be used:
z 41 to 209 g/m² (11 to 56 lb)
z 127 to 209 g/m² (34 to 56 lb) for A8 size
z 1.4 mm or less for plastic cards (*1)
*1: Up to 1.25 mm is supported for scanning at 200 dpi (60 ppm) in
landscape when using fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z. This setting can be
changed in the Software Operation Panel to scan plastic cards with
a thickness up to 1.4 mm. For details, refer to " Scanning Thick
Plastic Cards [Feed Mode] (fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 179).
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
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Precautions
The following types of documents may not be scanned successfully:
z Documents of non-uniform thickness (e.g. envelopes, documents with
attachments)
z Wrinkled or curled documents
z Folded or torn documents
z Tracing paper
z Coated paper
z Carbon paper
z Photosensitive paper
z Perforated documents
z Documents that are not square or rectangular
z Thin paper (less than 41 g/m²)
z Photographs (photographic paper)
The following types of documents must not be scanned:
z Paper-clipped or stapled documents
z Documents on which the ink is still wet
z Documents smaller than A8 size (portrait)
z Documents wider than 216 mm (8.5 in.)
z Documents other than paper/plastic card such as fabric, metal foil
and OHP film
z Important documents such as certificates and cash vouchers which
must not be damaged
!
z Since carbonless papers contain chemical substances that
may harm the rollers (e.g. pick roller), take note of the
following.
Cleaning
: If paper jams occur frequently, clean the
brake roller and pick roller.
For details about cleaning, refer to
"Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
Consumable : The life of the brake roller and pick roller
replacement
may end sooner compared to scanning
wood-containing papers.
z When scanning wood-containing papers, the life of the
brake roller and pick roller may end sooner compared to
scanning wood-free papers.
z Brake roller and pick roller may be damaged when a photo/
sticky note on the document contacts these parts during
scanning.
z The surface of the document may be damaged when
scanning gloss papers such as photographs.
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- Plastic cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is
connected.
- Scanning thick documents such as plastic cards will be
falsely detected as multifeed. In that case, disable
multifeed detection.
K
z When you scan plastic cards, take note of the following.
- Up to three plastic cards can be loaded in the ADF paper
chute.
Note that you can only load one card at a time if the
plastic card is embossed.
BAC
!
- It is recommended to place the card face-down in the
ADF paper chute.
- Cards should be within the following specifications:
ISO7810 ID-1 type compliant
Size
: 85.6 × 53.98 mm
Thickness : 1.4 mm or less (*1)
Material
: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or PVCA (polyvinyl
chloride acetate)
Make sure to check if the card can be scanned first.
*1: Up to 1.25 mm is supported for scanning at 200 dpi (60
ppm) in landscape when using fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z. This
setting can be changed in the Software Operation Panel
to scan plastic cards with a thickness up to 1.4 mm. For
details, refer to " Scanning Thick Plastic Cards [Feed
Mode] (fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 179).
- Rigid cards may not be fed properly.
- If the surface of the card is dirty with grease marks (e.g.
fingerprints) and such, perform scanning after wiping the
dirt off.
z When scanning semi-transparent documents, increase the
brightness for scanning to avoid bleed-through.
z When you scan documents written in lead pencil, make
sure to clean the rollers frequently. Otherwise, the rollers
will be contaminated which may leave black traces on the
document or cause feeding errors.
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care"
(page 108).
z If multifeeds, pick errors or paper jams occur frequently,
refer to "8.3 Troubleshooting" (page 130).
z When you scan documents with the ADF, all documents
must be flat on the leading edge. Make sure that curls on
the leading edge of the documents are kept within the
following range.
30 mm or more
(1.18 in.)
30 mm or more
(1.18 in.)
Feeding direction
3 mm
or less
(0.12 in.)
Leading edge
Feeding direction
5 mm
or less
(0.20 in.)
Scanned side
Leading edge
Scanned side
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Loading Capacity
The number of sheets that can be loaded in the ADF paper
chute is determined by the paper size and paper weight.
See the graph below.
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Legal
50
50
Capacity (sheets)
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50
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40
35
29
30
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25
24
20
20
19
15
10
0
41
52
64
80
104
209
157
127
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Paper weight (g/m )
Unit
Conversion
g/m²
41
52
64
75
80
90
104
127
157
209
lb
11
14
17
20
21
24
28
34
42
56
kg
35
45
55
64.5
69
77.5
90
110
135
180
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Area Not to be Perforated
Conditions for Multifeed Detection
An error may occur when there are punched holes in the
shaded area in the following figure. Such documents can be
scanned by using the flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z).
Multifeed is an error where two or more sheets are fed through
the ADF at once. It is also called a multifeed when a different
document length is detected.
Multifeed detection is performed by either checking the
overlapping of documents, length of the documents, or the
combination of both. The following conditions are required for
an accurate detection.
Detection by overlapping
Reference point
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z Load documents of the same paper weight in the ADF paper chute.
z Paper weight: 41 to 209 g/m² (11 to 56 lb)
z Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.38 in.) over the center of the
document. See Fig.1.
z Do not attach other documents within 35 mm (1.38 in.) over the
center of the document. See Fig.1.
Feed
direction
Detection by length
z Load documents of the same length in the ADF paper chute.
z Variance in document lengths: 1% or less
z Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.38 in.) over the center of the
document. See Fig.1.
Detection by overlapping and length
Bottom
Center
!
(Unit : mm)
The above condition applies when the document is set to the
center of the pick roller width.
If there are any holes in the 35 mm-wide central column, you
can move the document to the left or right to avoid an error.
z Load documents of the same paper weight and length in the ADF
paper chute.
z Paper weight: 41 to 209 g/m² (11 to 56 lb)
z Variance in document lengths: 1% or less
z Do not punch holes within 35 mm (1.38 in.) over the center of the
document. See Fig.1.
z Do not attach other documents within 35 mm (1.38 in.) over the
center of the document. See Fig.1.
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Fig. 1
Reference point
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z Accuracy of multifeed detection may drop with some
documents.
Multifeed cannot be detected for the top 30 mm of a
document.
z For the shaded area in Fig. 1, you can also specify a length
not to detect multifeeds in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "9.6 Settings Related to Multifeed
Detection" (page 180).
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Bottom
Center
!
(Unit : mm)
z The above condition applies when the document is set to
the center of the pick roller width.
z When you use detection by overlapping, scanning thick
documents such as plastic cards will be falsely detected as
multifeed. In that case, disable multifeed detection.
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Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning
The following conditions apply when scanning a mixed batch
of documents with different paper weights/friction coefficients/
sizes. Make sure to test a few sheets first to check if the
documents can be scanned.
For details about scanning, refer to "Documents with Different
Widths" (page 69).
Paper direction
Align the direction of the paper fiber with the feed direction.
Paper size
When you scan a mixed batch with different sizes, not feeding the
documents straight may cause paper jams or part of the image to
appear missing.
It is recommended to check the documents thoroughly before scanning
and also check the image if the document was skewed.
!
z When scanning a mixed batch with different sizes,
documents are more likely to skew because the side guides
do not contact every sheet.
z Do not use [Check Length] or [Check Overlapping and
Length] for multifeed detection.
Paper weight
The following paper weights can be used:
41 to 209 g/m² (11 to 56 lb)
Friction coefficient
It is recommended to use the same type of paper from the same
manufacturer.
When papers of different manufacturers/brands are mixed, it affects the
feeding performance as the difference in the friction coefficient
increases.
The following friction coefficients are recommended:
0.35 to 0.60 (reference value for paper friction coefficient)
Document position
Use paper sizes that fit the 39 mm width of the pick roller in the center.
Pick roller
Documents that cannot be scanned in a mixed batch
The following types of documents cannot be mixed in the same batch:
z Carbonless paper
z Bond paper
z Perforated documents
z Thermal paper
z Carbon-backed paper
z OHP film
z Tracing paper
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Combinations of standard paper sizes in a mixed batch
Minimum size
Refer to the table below for a guideline of the range available for mixed
batch scanning.
However, note that not feeding the documents straight may cause paper
jams or part of the image to appear missing.
It is recommended to check the documents thoroughly before scanning
and also check the image if the document was skewed.
Maximum size
LTR (P)
Carrier Sheet
Width (mm) (*1)
216
LTR (P)
Carrier Sheet
216
A4 (P)
A5 (L)
210
B5 (P)
B6 (L)
182
A5 (P)
A6 (L)
149
B6 (P)
B7 (L)
129
A6 (P)
A7 (L)
105
B7 (P)
B8 (L)
91
A7 (P)
A8 (L)
74.3
B8 (P)
A8 (P)
64.3
A4 (P)
A5 (L)
210
B5 (P)
B6 (L)
182
A5 (P)
A6 (L)
149
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B6 (P)
B7 (L)
129
A6 (P)
A7 (L)
105
B7 (P)
B8 (L)
91
A7 (P)
A8 (L)
74.3
B8 (P)
64.3
A8 (P)
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LTR: Letter size
(P) : Portrait
(L) : Landscape
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*1: The following picture shows how to set the widest and the
narrowest documents of the batch between the side
guides.
Maximum width
Minimum width
Conditions for Automatic Page Size Detection
[Automatic Page Size Detection] does not work with the
following types of documents:
z Non-rectangular documents
z Documents with black background/edges
Widest document
Narrowest document
[Automatic Page Size Detection] may not work with the
following types of documents:
z Thin paper (52 g/m² [14 lb] or less)
z Documents with dark background/edges
Side guide
!
B8 (portrait) and A8 (portrait) cannot be scanned with other
paper sizes.
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Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet
■Paper size
The following paper sizes can be scanned:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Carrier Sheet (216 × 297 mm)
A3 (297 × 420 mm)(*1)
A4 (210 × 297 mm)
A5 (148 × 210 mm)
A6 (105 × 148 mm)
B4 (257 × 364 mm)(*1)
B5 (182 × 257mm)
B6 (128 × 182 mm)
Post card (100 × 148 mm)
Business card (91 × 55 mm, 55 × 91 mm)
Letter (8.5 × 11 in./216 × 279.4 mm)
Double Letter (11 × 17 in./279.4 × 431.8 mm)(*1)
Custom size
Width : 25.4 to 216 mm (1 to 8.5 in.)
Length : 25.4 to 297 mm (1 to 11.69 in.)
*1: Fold in half for scanning.
■Conditions
Paper type
The following paper type is recommended:
z Standard office paper
Paper weight
The following paper weights can be used:
z Up to 127 g/m² (34 lb)
z Up to 63.5 g/m² (17 lb) when folded in half
Precautions
Take note of the following:
z Up to three Carrier Sheets can be loaded at once.
z Depending on the amount of memory used by running applications,
there may be insufficient memory to scan a double-page spread
document with the Carrier Sheet in high resolution. In that case,
specify a lower resolution and try scanning again.
z Do not write on, color, stain, or cut the end with a black and white
pattern on the Carrier Sheet.
z Do not place the Carrier Sheet upside down. Otherwise, a paper jam
may occur and damage the Carrier Sheet and the document inside.
z Do not leave your document inside the Carrier Sheet for a long time.
Otherwise, the ink on the document may be transferred onto the
Carrier Sheet.
z To avoid deformation, do not use or leave the Carrier Sheet in high
temperature places such as under direct sunlight or near a heating
apparatus for a long time.
z Do not fold or pull the Carrier Sheet.
z Do not use a damaged Carrier Sheet because it may damage or
cause the scanner to malfunction.
z To avoid deformation, keep the Carrier Sheet on a flat surface without
any weight on it.
z Be careful not to cut your finger on the edge of the Carrier Sheet.
z If paper jams occur frequently, feed about 50 sheets of PPC paper
(recycled paper) before scanning with the Carrier Sheet.
The PPC paper can either be blank or printed.
z Paper jams may occur when you place several small documents (e.g.
photos, postcards) in the Carrier Sheet for scanning. It is
recommended to place only one document at a time in the Carrier
Sheet.
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This chapter explains about the scan parameters of the scanner drivers.
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3.1 TWAIN Driver
Introduction
The TWAIN driver is a driver that conforms to the TWAIN
standard. It can be used with an application that supports
TWAIN to perform scanning.
Normally, the scanner driver is launched via an application,
and then the scan settings are configured in the setup dialog
box of the driver (some applications may not display the setup
dialog box).
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
Ways to launch the scanner driver differ depending on the
application.
For more details, refer to the manual or the Help files of the
application.
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Scan
Settings for TWAIN driver are configured in the above dialog
box.
The following are descriptions of the main configuration items.
For details, refer to the TWAIN driver Help.
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[Resolution]
[Paper Size]
Specify the resolution for scanning.
You can either select a predefined value from the list, or
specify a custom resolution which can range between 50 dpi
and 600 dpi (in increments of 1 dpi).
Also, selecting the [Predefine] check box allows you to
perform scanning easily by selecting a predefined resolution
from [Best], [Better] and [Normal].
Values in [Predefine] can be changed by clicking the [...]
button.
Select a paper size from the drop-down list.
Up to three custom sizes can be added to the list by using the
[...] button.
You can also change the order in which the items (sizes) are
listed.
[Scan Type]
Specify the scanning side(s) from the following:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
ADF Front Side
ADF Duplex
Long Page (Front side)
Long Page (Duplex)
Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
ADF Back Side
Double-page spread
Clipping (Front)
Clipping (Duplex)
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[Image Mode]
Specify the type of scanned image.
Item
Introduction
Description
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Black & White
Scans in binary (black & white) mode.
Halftone
Scans via halftone processing in binary (black &
white) mode.
Grayscale
Scans in gradations from black to white.
Select [Grayscale] (256) or [4bit Grayscale] (16
grayscale).
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Color
Scans in color mode. Select [24bit Color], [256
Color] or [8 Color].
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[Scan] Button
Click this button to start scanning by the current settings.
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[Preview] Button
[Option] Button
Allows you to preview the scanned image.
Perform a test scan by the current settings and display the
result in the preview window.
Configure the optional settings in the following window.
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[Close] / [OK] Button
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Click this button to save the current settings and close the
window.
[Reset] Button
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Click this button to undo the changes made.
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[Help] Button
Displays the TWAIN driver Help which can also be displayed
by the [F1] key.
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[About] Button
Displays the version information of TWAIN driver.
z [Rotation] Tab
Includes the binding direction of double-sided documents, image
rotation, deskew, page size detection, end of page detection,
overscan, hole punch removal, and image split.
z [Job/Cache] Tab
Includes caching, multifeed detection, and blank page skip.
z [Imprinter (Endorser)] Tab
Includes print settings for the imprinter which is available separately.
Displayed only when the imprinter is installed.
z [Generic] Tab
Specify the measurement unit to display in the [TWAIN Driver (32)]
dialog box.
Select from inch, mm, and pixel.
z [Startup] Tab
Includes settings related to the operator panel on the scanner.
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z [Filter] Tab
Select the filter for image processing.
Item
Description
Digital Endorser
Adds alphanumeric character strings on the
scanned image data.
Page Edge Filler
Fills in the margins of the scanned image in
a specified color.
z [Compression] Tab
Specify the compression rate for JPEG transfer.
[Advance] Button
Click this button to configure detailed settings related to image
processing.
Items such as gamma pattern, dropout color, reverse and
edge extract can be configured.
[Config] Button
Click this button to manage the setup files.
Scan settings can be changed easily if you save the settings
configured in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box onto a file
under [Setting Files].
[Browse] Button
Click this button to view a list of connected scanners.
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3.2 ISIS Driver
Introduction
The ISIS driver is a driver that conforms to the ISIS standard.
It can be used with an application that supports ISIS to
perform scanning.
Normally, the scanner driver is launched via an application,
and then the scan settings are configured in the setup dialog
box of the driver (some applications may not display the setup
dialog box).
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Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Ways to launch the scanner driver differ depending on the
application.
For more details, refer to the manual or the Help files of the
application.
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Operator Panel
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Scan
Daily Care
Settings for ISIS driver are configured in the above dialog box.
For details, refer to the ISIS driver Help.
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[Main] Tab
[Layout] Tab
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Includes settings such as the scanning side(s), color mode
(color/grayscale/black & white), resolution, brightness and
contrast.
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Includes settings such as the page orientation, feeding
direction, Carrier Sheet mode, paper size and image split.
Clicking the [Scan Area] button displays the [Scan Area]
dialog box.
!
Note that [Automatic] in [Image Orientation] is available only
when ScandAll PRO is installed.
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[Scan Area] Dialog Box
[Image Processing] Tab
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The scanning area for the specified paper size can be
selected.
You can select a configuration pattern that is used frequently
for scanning. This tab also includes a setting for hole punch
removal.
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[Paper Handling] Tab
[Gamma] Tab
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Includes settings related to document feeding.
Select a method from the following:
z Automatic (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
z ADF
z Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
This tab also includes settings such as pre-pick (i.e. feeding
the document to the starting position before scanning), paper
protection and multifeed detection.
Includes settings related to gamma pattern. You can also
customize detail settings such as the gamma value and
brightness.
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[Color Dropout] Tab
[Compression] Tab
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Select a color to remove from the scanned image.
Select a compression rate and the image quality for scanning
in color/grayscale.
You can also configure a sample ratio used for compression.
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[Imprinter] Tab
[Blank Page Deletion] Tab
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Includes print settings for the imprinter which is available
separately.
Displayed only when the imprinter is installed.
Includes settings for deleting blank pages.
When scanning in black & white, you can use the dot ratio to
process the blank page(s) for white and black backgrounds
separately.
When scanning in grayscale/color, you can use the sensitivity
to process the blank page(s) for white and black backgrounds
together.
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[About] Tab
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Select this tab to view information related to the version of the
ISIS driver as well as the scanner connected to the computer.
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This chapter explains how to use the operator panel.
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4.1 Operator Panel
Introduction
The operator panel consists of the Function Number Display,
buttons, and LED indicator.
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Names and Functions
LED indicator
Check
Lights in orange when an error occurs.
Flashes when the ADF is open.
Function
Function Number Display
Send to
Indicates the status of the scanner.
Switches off when the scanner enters power saving mode.
Scan
/Stop
[Function] button
Switches the number (1 to 9/C) assigned to the application
launched by the [Send to] button.
Power
[Send to] button (*1)
Launches the linked application software.
Clears the displayed error indication.
Pauses the scan. (*2)
*1: For details about how to scan by pressing the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button, refer to the TWAIN driver Help (included in the
Setup DVD-ROM) or "Using a Button on the Scanner to Start
Scanning" (page 101).
*2: When using TWAIN driver, pressing the [Send to] button during
scanning will pause the scan after that document is scanned.
When using ISIS driver/Kofax VRS/ScanSnap mode, pressing the
[Send to] button during scanning will cancel the scan after that
document is scanned.
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Do not use the operator panel while the Software Operation
Panel is running.
[Scan/Stop] button (*1)
Launches the linked application software.
Clears the displayed error indication.
Cancels or resumes the scan.
[Power] Button
Turns the power on/off.
Lights in green when the scanner is turned on.
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Indications on Function Number Display
Display
Description
8
Displayed when the scanner has just been powered on.
P
Processing initialization.
0
Initialization is almost complete.
1
Ready to start scanning.
Indicates that the initialization was successfully completed.
This is referred to as "ready" status.
Function
number
(flash)
c
(flash)
P
(flash)
J
U
A function number will flash after detecting a multifeed.
This indication prompts whether or not to memorize the
overlap pattern.
For details, refer to "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern"
(page 105).
Indicates that the ADF was opened when the status was
ready ("1").
Note that the LED indicator will also flash.
To return to ready ("1") status, close the ADF by
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page
24).
If the display does not return to ready ("1") after closing the
ADF, turn the power off then back on.If the problem still
persists, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Indicates that the scan was paused by pressing the [Send
to] button.
Press the [Scan/Stop] button to resume the scan.
Indicates that a temporary error occurred during scanning.
The display will switch between either "J" or "U", and an
"error number".
For information about the error details, refer to "Temporary
Errors" (page 127).
The display will return to ready ("1") if the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button is pressed.
Display
Description
E
F
C
H
A
L
Indicates that a device error (alarm) occurred during
initialization or scanning.
The display will switch between either "E'", "F", "C", "H", "A"
or "L", and an "alarm number".
For information about the error details, refer to "Device
Errors" (page 128).
The display will return to ready ("1") if the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button is pressed.
When this alarm occurs, turn the power off then back on.If
the problem persists after turning the power back on,
contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service provider.
None
The display switches off when the scanner enters power
saving mode.
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This chapter explains how to scan documents in various ways, by using examples of the TWAIN driver started via
ScandAll PRO.
5.1 Summary ....................................................................................................................................................67
5.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes....................................................................................68
5.3 Advanced Scanning....................................................................................................................................82
5.4 Configuring Post-Scan Operations and Handling.......................................................................................91
5.5 Customizing the Scanner Settings ...........................................................................................................101
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5.1 Summary
The following lists various ways of scanning documents.
Scanning documents of different types and sizes
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
"Scanning Both Sides at Once" (page 68)
"Documents with Different Widths" (page 69)
"Documents Larger than A4/Letter Size" (page 70)
"Scanning Photographs and Clippings" (page 73)
"Long Page Scanning" (page 76)
"Scanning a Book (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 78)
"Scanning a Large Document on the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)"
(page 80)
Advanced scanning
z "Removing a Color from the Scanned Image (Dropout Color)" (page
82)
z "Skipping Blank Pages" (page 85)
z "Removing Punch Holes" (page 86)
z "Scanning the Image Brighter" (page 88)
z "Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF" (page 90)
Configuring post-scan operations and handling
z
z
z
z
z
"Automatically Correcting Skewed Images" (page 91)
"Automatically Correcting the Page Orientation" (page 93)
"Splitting the Scanned Image in Two" (page 95)
"Using the Multi Image Output" (page 97)
"Automatically Detecting Color/Monochrome Documents" (page 99)
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Customizing the scanner settings
z "Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning" (page 101)
z "Detecting Multifeed Errors" (page 103)
z "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern" (page 105)
For information on how to scan documents in the following
methods, refer to "ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
Saving Scanned Image in PDF File Format
Dividing a Multipage Document Using Patch Codes
Dividing a Multipage Document Using Barcodes
Specifying the Result of Zone OCR as a File Name
Specifying the Result of Barcode Recognition as a File Name
Creating Saving Folders for Each Batch Scan
Saving Scanned Images from a Batch Scan to Microsoft SharePoint
Server
z Restarting a Suspended Batch Scan
z Outputting Indexing Information File and Linking with an Application
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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5.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types and Sizes
Scanning Both Sides at Once
1
2
Load the document in the ADF paper chute.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
3
Select [ADF (Duplex)] for [Scan Type].
4
Configure other settings such as [Paper Size].
5
Click the [OK] button.
6
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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Documents with Different Widths
!
!
When you scan a mixed batch with different widths, some of
the smaller documents may be skewed or not fed into the ADF.
In that case, separate the documents by their widths, and scan
them in different batches.
Pick roller's width
For more details about scanning a mixed batch of documents,
refer to "Conditions for Mixed Batch Scanning" (page 47).
1
Make sure that all documents are placed underneath the
pick roller. Otherwise, some documents may be skewed
or not fed into the ADF.
Good
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Align the top of the documents.
Pick roller's width
Bad
3
Introduction
Configuring the
Scan Settings
To avoid skewed images and detect the paper size
automatically, select [Automatic Page Size Detection] in
[Automatic Size and Skew Detection].
For details, refer to "Automatically Correcting Skewed Images" (page
91).
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Place the documents at the center of the ADF paper
chute, and adjust the side guides to the widest document
in the batch.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
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4
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
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Documents Larger than A4/Letter Size
2 Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
Align the fold line with the right edge of the Carrier Sheet so that
the document fits in the upper right-hand corner.
The Carrier Sheet can be used to scan documents larger than
A4/Letter size, such as A3 and B4. By folding the document in
half and scanning in duplex mode, the two sides are merged
into a single image.
!
Part of the image around where the document is folded may
appear missing. Using the Carrier Sheet is not recommended
for obtaining high quality image.
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
The front side of the Carrier Sheet has a thick vertical
line on the right side of the black & white pattern.
Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
1 Fold the document in half so that the sides to be scanned are
facing out.
Fold it tightly and smooth out any creases.
Otherwise, it may cause the document to skew during feeding.
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You can also scan a double-sided document that is smaller
than A4 size, and output the image as a double-page spread
image.
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Load the Carrier Sheet face-down in the ADF paper
chute.
Secure the Carrier Sheet with the side guides to avoid skewing.
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3
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
5
Click the [Carrier Sheet] tab and configure settings such
as [Image Mode].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
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If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Select [Double-page spread] for [Scan Type].
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Click the [OK] button.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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D The images on the front and back are merged into a single image.
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z There may be a line or a gap appearing between the
front and back side images.
Also when you scan thick papers, images on both left
and right may skew towards each other from the top.
These symptoms may be improved when you perform
the following:
- Fold the document tightly
- Align the edges of the document neatly with the
edges of the Carrier Sheet
- Turn over the Carrier Sheet to the other (reverse)
side
z When [Automatic detection] is specified for [Paper
Size], the closest standard size (A3, A4 or Double
Letter) is selected from the same drop-down list. Note
that the size of the image may become smaller than the
original document depending on the document
scanned.
Example: When you scan an A3 size document whose
content is printed to fit A4 size in the center
DThe image is output in B4 size.
To output the scanned image in the actual size of the
document, specify the document size for [Paper size].
z Part of the image around where the document is folded
may appear missing. In that case, set the document so
its edge is about 1 mm inside from the edge of the
Carrier Sheet.
z When [Black & White] is specified for [Image Mode],
the edges around the image may appear in black from
the shadow of the document.
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Scanning Photographs and Clippings
2
Secure the Carrier Sheet with the side guides to avoid skewing.
Using the Carrier Sheet allows you to scan documents that
can be damaged quite easily such as photographs, or
documents that are difficult to load directly such as newspaper
clippings.
1
Load the Carrier Sheet face-down in the ADF paper
chute, as shown below.
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Place the document inside the Carrier Sheet.
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Place it against the top center of the Carrier Sheet.
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3
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
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Scan
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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4
Select [Clipping (Front)] or [Clipping (Duplex)] for [Scan
Type].
5
Click the [Carrier Sheet] tab and configure settings such
as [Image Mode].
Select [Clipping (Front)] for simplex scanning and [Clipping (Duplex)]
for duplex scanning.
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Click the [OK] button.
7
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
D The settings are saved.
!
z The image is output at the center of the page in the
size specified in [Paper Size].
z When [Automatic detection] is specified for [Paper
Size], the closest standard size is selected from the
same drop-down list. Note that the size of the image
may become smaller than the original document
depending on the document scanned, or part of the
image may appear missing.
Example: When an A5 size image is printed in the
center of an A4 size document
DThe image is output in A5 size.
To output the scanned image in the actual size of the
document, specify the document size for [Paper size].
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In the following cases, place a blank (white) sheet of
paper underneath the document when scanning.
z The scanned image is not output in the correct size
when [Automatic detection] is selected in the [Paper
size] drop-down list
z Shadows appear around the edges of the scanned
image
z Black lines appear around the edges of a uniquely
shaped cutting
z Colors outside the document appear on the scanned
image
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Long Page Scanning
To scan documents longer than A4/Letter size, perform
the following:
z Pull out the chute extensions all the way.
For details, refer to "1.6 Setting Up the ADF Paper
Chute" (page 26).
z Lift the stacker and stacker extension towards you.
For details, refer to "1.7 Setting Up the Stacker" (page
27).
Documents with a length up to 3,048 mm (120 in.) can be
scanned by long page scanning.
1
Load the document in the ADF paper chute.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
!
z Long page documents should be loaded one sheet at a
time in the ADF paper chute.
z When you scan long pages, take note of the following.
- Loading
Hold the document with your hand so it does not fall
out of the ADF paper chute.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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- Removing
Secure enough space around the stacker to prevent
the ejected sheet from falling off the stacker.
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3
In [Scan Type], select [Long page (Front Side)] or [Long
page (Duplex)].
Select [Long page (Front Side)] for simplex scanning and [Long page
(Duplex)] for duplex scanning.
6
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
!
z To scan documents longer than 864 mm (34 in.), set
the resolution to 200 dpi or lower.
z Depending on the application or scan settings (e.g.
paper size), there may be insufficient memory to
perform scanning.
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D The [Long Page Paper Size Setting] dialog box appears.
4
Specify the paper size and click the [OK] button.
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Click the [OK] button.
D The changes are applied.
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Scanning a Book (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
1
2
3
Open the document cover.
Load the document on the document bed.
Place the document face-down to align its top left-hand corner with
the reference point.
Reference point
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
Remove the document cover by pulling it out in the
direction of the arrow.
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4
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Select [Flat Bed] for [Scan Type].
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Attach the document cover.
9
Close the document cover.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
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7
Click the [OK] button.
D The changes are applied.
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
Do not look directly into the light source.
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Do not move the document during scanning.
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Scanning a Large Document on the Flatbed
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
1
Open the document cover.
2
Remove the document cover by pulling it out in the
direction of the arrow.
3
Load the document on the document bed.
Place the document face-down to align its top left-hand corner with
the reference point.
Reference point
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
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Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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5
Select [Flat Bed] for [Scan Type].
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Attach the document cover.
9
Close the document cover.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
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7
Click the [OK] button.
D The changes are applied.
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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5.3 Advanced Scanning
Removing a Color from the Scanned Image
(Dropout Color)
You can select either green, red, blue (primary colors), or a
color of your choice to remove the details of the selected color
from a scanned image.
For example, if a document with black characters and a green
background is scanned, only the black characters will appear
on the scanned image if [Green] is selected.
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Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Documents
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Scan Settings
Click the [Advance] button.
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ABC
ABC
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D The [Advance] dialog box appears.
Example: When [Green] is selected for dropout color
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1
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dark colors may not drop out.
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Dropout color is only available in black & white or grayscale
mode.
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Load the document.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
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4
Click the [Gray] tab, and then select a color from [Dropout
Color] under [More].
When you select [Custom], [Custom 2], or [Custom 3], the [Select
Dropout Color] dialog box is displayed where you can select up to
three colors of your choice.
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If you select [Panel setting], the setting of the Software Operational
Panel is enabled.
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No color is dropped out when you select [None].
To drop out a color of your choice, select either [Custom], [Custom 2]
or [Custom 3].
z [Original image]
A sample of the color is displayed.Click to select the color.
z [Dropout image]
The image after removing the details of the color is displayed.
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z [Color 1], [Color 2] and [Color 3] tabs
Specify the color(s) to be dropped out.
Up to three colors can be selected at once.
- [Dropout] check box
Select this check box in the [Color 2] or [Color 3] tab when two or
more dropout colors are specified.
- [Red] / [Green] / [Blue]
The specified colors are displayed in numerical values. Either
type in the value directly or use the [▲] / [▼] button to change
the value.
- [Sample color]
The specified color is displayed.
z [Priority Black] check box
Select this check box when you do not want any text/characters to
be dropped out.
This option saves low intensity colors such as black (generally
used for characters) from being removed.
z [Sensitivity]
Specify the allowable range for the selected dropout color.
Range: 15 to 180 degrees
The larger the value is set, the wider the color range becomes.
z [File] Button
You can select an image file (*.bmp) to be displayed for [Original
image], and then specify the color to be dropped out.
z [Apply] Button
Applies the configured settings and closes the dialog box.
z [Cancel] Button
Cancels the configured settings and closes the dialog box.
5
Click the [OK] button.
6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
7
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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Skipping Blank Pages
4
Click the [Job/Cache] tab and select the [Blank Page
Skip] check box.
Blank pages (black or white) in the documents can be
detected and automatically deleted during scanning. For
example, when you scan a mixed batch of double-sided and
single-sided documents in duplex mode, the images are
generated without the back sides of the single-sided
documents (blank pages).
1
Load the documents in the ADF paper chute.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
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How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
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Operator Panel
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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[Use Both Memory].
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Use the slider to adjust the sensitivity.
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Click the [Option] button.
Select from five levels. The larger the value is set, the more likely for
the pages to be detected as blank.
Blank pages will not be deleted if you select [--].
6
Click the [OK] button.
7
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
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Removing Punch Holes
Click the [Option] button.
You can remove punch holes from the output scanned image.
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D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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Output image
The [Hole punch removal] function is disabled when a setting other
than [Automatic Page Size Detection] or [Black Background] is
specified.
Punch holes cannot be removed when:
z The holes are not aligned along the edge of the document
z The size and gap between the holes vary
z The hole is near the edge of the document
z The document is not rectangular
z The document has a dark background color
z There are characters/pictures over the edge or the holes
z [Automatic Page Size Detection] is specified and the
scanned document is larger than the selected paper size
z [Black Background] is specified and the scanned document
does not match with the selected paper size.
1
Load the documents.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
Click the [Rotation] tab and select [Automatic Page Size
Detection] or [Black Background] in the [Automatic Size
and Skew detection] drop-down list.
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For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
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D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Select [Fill with white] or [Background color] under [Hole
punch removal].
Select [Background color] when scanning a color document. If [Fill
with white] is selected, the punch holes will appear as if they are filled
with white squares.
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6
Click the [OK] button.
7
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
8
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
With some types of documents, the characters or
graphics may be falsely detected as punch holes and
filled with a color, or the punch holes may not be filled at
all. In such cases, select [Automatic Page Size Detection]
and specify "3" for [Priority] to improve the accuracy of
hole punch removal.
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Scanning the Image Brighter
3
Select grayscale or color in [Image Mode].
The brightness of the scanned image can be increased for
scanning in grayscale or color.
1
Load the document.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
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D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Click the [Advance] button.
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D The [Advance] dialog box appears.
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Click the [Color] tab, and then select [Bright] in [Preset
Gamma].
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
When using applications other than ScandAll PRO, you can
also increase the default brightness of the TWAIN driver.
Select [Tools] J [FtSwtGmm] J [Twain] in the Setup DVDROM and double-click "FtSwtGmm.exe", and then select
[Bright) in the [Default scan setting (TWAIN)] dialog box.
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7
Click the [OK] button.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
D The settings are saved.
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Feeding Documents Manually in the ADF
Documents can also be loaded manually one sheet at a time
in the ADF.
Normally, in automatic feeding, the scanner stops scanning
once all the documents loaded in the ADF paper chute have
been scanned.
In manual feeding, the scanner waits for the next document to
be loaded within a specified time. Scanning will continue as
long as another document is loaded within the set time, and
stops if no document is loaded.
By using this method, you can perform scanning as you check
the documents one by one.
Manual feeding is effective in the following cases.
z To scan as you check the contents of each sheet.
z To scan documents that cause multifeed or paper jam when loaded
together in the same batch.
z To continue scanning documents such as magazine/newspaper
clippings that cannot be loaded together.
1
Enable manual feeding in the Software Operation Panel.
2
Load a document in the ADF paper chute.
3
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
For details, refer to "Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode [Manual-feed
timeout]" (page 186).
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
D After the document is scanned, the rollers inside the ADF keep
rotating, waiting for the next document to be loaded for the time
specified in the Software Operation Panel.
4
Load the next document in the ADF paper chute.
D The document is scanned.
5
Repeat step 4 until all documents are scanned.
D Scanning will stop if no document is loaded within the set time.
z Pressing the [Send to] button on the operator panel will
stop the scan immediately.
z When [Manual-feed timeout] is enabled, the scanner
will wait for the set time even if you start scanning with
no document in the ADF paper chute.
z When you use manual feeding frequently, replacement
cycle of the consumables may be shortened.
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5.4 Configuring Post-Scan Operations and Handling
Automatically Correcting Skewed Images
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
When the documents are fed into the ADF skewed, the
skewed images can be detected and straightened
automatically.
Note that upon deskewing the images, the paper size of the
documents are also detected automatically.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Click the [Option] button.
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!
Note that the image may be output a few mm larger than the
document to avoid any part of the image to appear missing.
For details about automatic page size detection, refer to "
Conditions for Automatic Page Size Detection" (page 49).
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Output image
Load the documents in the ADF paper chute.
D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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4
Click the [Rotation] tab and select [Automatic Page Size
Detection] in the [Automatic Size and Skew detection]
drop-down list.
5
Click the [OK] button.
6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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[Automatic Page Size Detection] may not work properly if
the documents are severely skewed.
Selecting [Automatic Page Size Detection] may slow
down the scanning speed.
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Automatically Correcting the Page Orientation
When you scan a batch of documents with mixed page
orientations, the images can be adjusted to their correct page
orientations automatically.
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Output image
1
Load the documents in the ADF paper chute.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
4
Click the [Rotation] tab and select [Automatic] in the
[Rotation Degree] drop-down list.
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D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
3
Click the [Option] button.
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D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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z The following types of documents may not be adjusted
correctly because the page orientation is detected
based on the characters printed on the document:
- Documents scanned at a resolution of less than 200
dpi
- Documents with many extremely large or small
characters
- Documents on which the pitches between lines or
characters are extremely narrow, or characters are
overlapped with each other
- Documents with many photographs or figures and
few characters
- Documents with characters printed in various
directions (e.g. drawings)
- Documents written using only capital characters
- Documents with handwritten characters
- Skewed documents
- Documents written in a language other than the
supported languages: Japanese, English, French,
German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and
Traditional), Korean, Russian and Portuguese.
- Documents with characters on patterned
background
- Documents with a complex layout
- Documents with a large amount of image noise
z The language selected in the Windows [Regional and
Language Options] is used for judging the text on the
document.
z The image orientation may not be corrected properly
depending on the scanner driver setting at scanning
(e.g. dithering).
z If you cannot correct the image orientation properly,
use the Edge Emphasis function of the driver to correct
it.
z Shadows may remain on the edge of the scanned
image.
z [Automatic] in [Rotation Degree] is available only when
ScandAll PRO is installed.
5
Click the [OK] button.
6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
7
Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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Splitting the Scanned Image in Two
3
Click the [Option] button.
Each page of the scanned image can be split horizontally into
two separate pages.
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This function may not work properly in some applications.
D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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Output image
1
Load the document.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
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Scan
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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4
Click the [Rotation] tab and select the [Split Image] check
box.
6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
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This option is not available with the following settings:
z Multi image output
z Auto color/monochrome detection
z Resolution set to 1200 dpi
z [Double-page spread], [Clipping (Front)] or [Clipping
(Duplex)]
When scanning in duplex mode, the back of the image is
output in the following order according to the [Flip Side
Rotation] setting:
z Book: top J bottom
z Fanfold: bottom J top
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Click the [OK] button.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
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Using the Multi Image Output
3
Select the [Enable Multi Image] check box.
"Multi image output" allows you to obtain both a color/
grayscale image and a black & white image from a single
scan.
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Scan Settings
ABC
ABC
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D The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
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Example: When a color document is scanned
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2
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Load the document.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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Select [Multi Image Output] for [Output mode].
5
In [Order (for Multi Image Output)], select the order in
which the images are output.
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Order
Description
Primary
: Color/Grayscale
Secondary : Binary
A color/grayscale image is output
first, then a black & white image.
Primary
: Binary
Secondary : Color/Grayscale
A black & white image is output
first, then a color/grayscale image.
Select a side in [Select Current Image Setting].
Configure the scan settings for [Primary] and then [Secondary] in the
[TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
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Automatically Detecting Color/Monochrome
Documents
3
Select the [Enable Multi Image] check box.
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The color of the document can be automatically detected then
output in color or grayscale for color documents, and in black
& white for black & white documents.
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This function may not work properly in some applications.
1
Load the documents.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
D The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
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Operator Panel
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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4
Select [Auto Color Detection] for [Output mode].
5
Select a side in [Select Current Image Setting].
You need to pre-configure the scan settings for each case when the
document is recognized as [Color/Grayscale] or [Binary].
Configure the scan settings in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
If it is recognized as a color/grayscale document, the
image is output in the mode selected for [Image Mode] in
the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
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6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
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5.5 Customizing the Scanner Settings
Using a Button on the Scanner to Start Scanning
The [Scan/Stop] and [Send to] buttons on the operator panel
can be configured to perform scanning by simply pressing one
of these buttons.
To configure this setting, you first need to assign an
application to be launched from each button.
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Introduction
Click the [Events] tab and select an event.
From the [Select an event] drop-down list, select an event from which
you want to launch an application.
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
Computer setup
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Overview
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Confirm that the scanner is connected to the computer,
then turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to “Connecting the Cables” in Getting Started.
2
Select the [Start] menu J [Control Panel].
3
Click [View devices and printers].
4
Right-click on the scanner icon, and select [Scan
properties] from the displayed menu.
D The [Control Panel] dialog box appears.
D The [Devices and Printers] dialog box appears.
D The properties dialog box of the scanner appears.
In this function, the following events can be specified:
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z [Scan Button] (press the [Scan/Stop] button)
z [Send to 1] to [Send to 9] (press the [Send to] button while a
number from 1 to 9 is displayed on the Function Number
Display)
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Select an action and an application to be launched by the
scanner button event.
Click [Start this program] under [Actions], and select an application
from the drop-down list on the right.
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Function
Send to
Scan
/Stop
[Send to] button
[Scan/Stop] button
Power
z [Scan/Stop] button
No particular setting is required.
D The specified application is launched when you press the [Scan/
Stop] button.
z [Send to] button
Press the [Function] button to change the number displayed on the
Function Number Display.
Make this number match with the scanner button event configured in
the computer ([Send to 1] to [Send to 9]).
For example, select "2" on the Function Number Display to perform
the action configured for [Send to 2].
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Click the [OK] button.
If you are using ScandAll PRO, refer to "ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s
Guide".
If you are using an application other than ScandAll PRO, the setup of
the computer is completed here. Proceed to configure the scanner
settings.
z The windows that appear and the operations differ by
the operating system that you are using.
z To configure multiple buttons, repeat steps 4 to 7.
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D The specified application is launched when you press the [Send
to] button.
z For details about the operator panel, refer to "Chapter 4 How
to Use the Operator Panel" (page 63).
z The number on the Function Number Display will change in
the following order: 1, 2, 3, ... 9, C, 1, 2, 3...
Numbers 1 to 9 correspond to the scanner button events
from "Send to 1" to "Send to 9" configured in the computer.
"C" corresponds to the Software Operation Panel (fixed
setting).
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Detecting Multifeed Errors
Multifeed is an error where two or more sheets are fed through
the ADF at once. It is also called a multifeed when a different
document length is detected.
You can have an error message appear when a multifeed
occurs.
Settings for multifeed detection can be configured in the
scanner driver or the Software Operation Panel.
For details about this setting in the Software Operation Panel,
refer to "Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method [Multifeed]"
(page 180).
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2
Load the documents in the ADF paper chute.
For details, refer to "Chapter 2 How to Load Documents" (page 37).
Start up ScandAll PRO and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
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4
Click the [Job/Cache] tab and specify the detection
method in the [Multifeed Detection] drop-down list under
[ADF Option].
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The following are the conditions of detecting multifeeds.
Condition
Does not detect multifeed.
Hardware
Setting
Enables the setting of the Software Operation
Panel.
Check
Overlapping
(Ultrasonic)
Uses the ultrasonic sensors inside the ADF to
monitor the documents during feeding and to
identify multifeeds according to the deviation of
the reflected ultrasonic waves.
Check length
Check
Overlapping
and length
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Description
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Click the [Option] button.
D The [Option] dialog box appears.
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Monitors the document length during feeding, and
identifies multifeeds according to the deviation of
detected lengths.
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when scanning a mixed batch of
different sizes.
Monitors both document overlapping and length
to detect multifeeds.
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when scanning a mixed batch of
different sizes.
For more details about multifeed detection, refer to "Conditions for
Multifeed Detection" (page 45).
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5
Click the [OK] button.
6
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
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Scan the document by selecting the [Scan] menu J
[Scan] in ScandAll PRO.
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Ignoring Multifeed for a Set Pattern
Intelligent Multifeed function
The following three modes are available:
If you attempt to scan a document with a sticky note, receipt,
or photo attached while multifeed detection is enabled, the
scanner may falsely recognize this as a multifeed error and
stop the scan. To scan these types of documents, the
"Intelligent Multifeed Function" is available.
There are two modes in this function. In one mode, you can
suppress multifeeds forcibly by using the operator panel on
the scanner. In the other mode, you can suppress multifeeds
automatically by letting the scanner memorize the location and
the length of the attachment.
Sticky note
Receipt
or photograph
Document
Mode
Description
Manual mode
(Bypass by front
panel button)
Checks for any paper attached every time a
multifeed occurs, and continues scanning.
Auto mode 1
(Bypass by
combination of
length and position)
Used to scan documents with paper of the same
size attached in the same location.
Auto mode 2
(Bypass by length)
Used to scan documents with paper of different
sizes attached in different locations.
!
Irregular images may be output when multifeeds occur.
The mode can be selected in the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]" (page 185).
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Preparation before using this function
Operational procedure
1
1
Start up ScandAll PRO, and select the [Scan] menu J
[Scanner Setting].
D The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
If the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box does not appear,
check the setting in ScandAll PRO by selecting the [Tool]
menu J [Preferences] to open the [Setup] dialog box,
then confirm that [TWAIN] is selected for [Device Driver]
in the [Scan] tab.
2
2
After a multifeed error occurs, either press the [Send to]
button to eject the document from the paper path or open
the ADF to remove the document.
Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
When you close the ADF, indication on the Function Number Display
changes as follows.
z Alternates between "J" and "2" when a multifeed is detected.
z The function number flashes when ejecting the documents.
Click the [Option] button.
!
3
D The [Option] dialog box appears.
3
Select the [Job/Cache] tab, and select [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping and
length] for [Multifeed Detection] under [ADF Option].
Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise, the
document may not be fed into the ADF.
Load the documents back in the ADF paper chute.
If a multifeed by difference in length is detected, either press the
[Scan/Stop] button or perform a scan from the computer (do not press
the [Function] button). If there is an attachment which is likely to be
the cause of the multifeed error, then proceed to the next step.
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Check
Function Number Display
Function
Send to
Scan
/Stop
[Function] button
[Send to] button
[Scan/Stop] button
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Power
4
Click the [OK] button.
5
Click the [OK] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog
box.
D It returns to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
D The settings are saved.
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4
Press the [Function] button and confirm that the function
number is flashing faster, and then either press the [Scan/
Stop] button or perform a scan from the computer.
From this point, note that the flashing speed of the Function Number
Display switches between "slow" Q "fast" every time you press the
[Function] button. When the flashing speed is fast, the scanner
operates in each mode as follows:
!
Do not hold down the [Function] button for more than 5
seconds when switching the flashing speed, because it
may erase the memorized multifeed patterns.
z Manual mode (Bypass by front panel button)
Scans the next sheet without multifeed detection, and from the
second sheet, multifeeds are detected based on the setting
configured in the scanner driver or the Software Operation Panel.
z Auto mode 1 (Bypass by combination of length and position)
Memorizes the length and location of the paper attachment that
was detected as multifeed, and continues scanning. When a paper
attachment of a similar pattern is detected, multifeed detection is
automatically suppressed. (*1)(*2)
z Auto mode 2 (Bypass by length)
Memorizes the length of the longest paper attachment that was
detected as multifeed, and continues scanning. When a paper
attachment of the same length or shorter is detected, multifeed
detection is automatically suppressed. (*1)(*2)
*1: 32 pages (up to 4 attachments per page) worth of overlap
patterns can be memorized in this mode. When it exceeds this
limit, the first pattern that was memorized is erased from the
memory.
*2: To erase the memorized overlap patterns and the longest
overlap length, hold down the [Function] button for more than 5
seconds while the function number is flashing. The Function
Number Display will then display "□". This allows you to erase
multifeed patterns and the longest overlap length that were not
supposed to be memorized. Be careful with this operation
because all memorized patterns will be erased.
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Overview
How to Load
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Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Chapter 6 Daily Care
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
Do not use aerosol spray or spray that contains alcohol to clean
the scanner. Dust blown up by strong air from the spray may
enter inside the scanner which may cause the scanner to fail or
malfunction.
Also note that sparks generated by static electricity may cause a
fire.
The glasses inside the ADF become very hot when the scanner
is being used.
Before you start cleaning the inside, make sure to turn off the
power, unplug the power cable and wait at least 15 minutes for
the ADF glass to cool down.
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Daily Care
6.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning.........................................................................109
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Consumables
6.2 Cleaning the Outside ................................................................................................................................ 110
6.3 Cleaning the Inside................................................................................................................................... 111
Troubleshooting
6.4 Cleaning the Carrier Sheet ....................................................................................................................... 116
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6.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations that Require Cleaning
Cleaning Materials
Name
Cleaner F1
Cleaning Paper
Cleaning Wipe
Cotton swab
Location and Frequency
Part No.
Notes
PA039500352
100 ml
Moisten a cloth or Cleaning
Paper with this liquid to wipe the
scanner clean.
It may take a long time to dry if
an excessive amount is used.
Use it in small quantity. Wipe off
the cleaner completely to leave
no residue on the cleaned parts.
CA995010012
PA039500419
10 sheets
Use this non-woven sheet with
Cleaner F1.
24 packets
Pre-moistened with Cleaner F1.
It can be used instead of
moistening a cloth with Cleaner
F1.
Commercially available
Dry cloth
!
Introduction
In order to use the cleaning materials safely and correctly, read
the precautions on each product thoroughly.
For more information about the cleaning materials, contact
your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
Location
ADF
Brake roller
Frequency
Every 5,000 sheets
Pick roller
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Idler roller
Glass
Ultrasonic sensor
Feed roller
Eject roller
Flatbed
(fi-6230Z/
fi-6240Z)
Document pad
Document bed
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Plastic frame
!
Cleaning cycles may vary depending on the condition of the
documents. Also, cleaning must be performed more frequently
when the following types of documents are scanned:
z Smooth-faced documents such as coated paper
z Documents with printed text/graphics that almost cover the
entire surface
z Chemically-treated documents such as carbonless paper
z Documents containing a large amount of calcium carbonate
z Documents written in lead pencil
z Documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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6.2 Cleaning the Outside
The outside of the scanner, including the ADF paper chute
and the stacker, should be cleaned with either a piece of dry
cloth, a cloth moistened with Cleaner F1/mild detergent, or a
sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
!
z Never use paint thinner or any other organic solvents
because it may result in deformation or discoloration.
z Be careful not to let any moisture or water inside the
scanner during cleaning.
z It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of
Cleaner F1/mild detergent is used. Use it in small quantity.
Wipe off the cleaner completely to leave no residue on the
cleaned parts.
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z
Cloth
Cleaner F1
or mild detergent
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z
Cloth
Cleaner F1
or mild detergent
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Thinner
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Cleaning Wipe
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Thinner
Replacing the
Consumables
Cleaning Wipe
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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6.3 Cleaning the Inside
Cleaning the ADF (with Cleaning Paper)
The ADF can be cleaned with a sheet of Cleaning Paper
moistened with Cleaner F1.
As the scanner continues to feed the documents, paper dust
will accumulate inside the ADF and it may cause scanning
errors.
Cleaning should be performed approximately every 5,000
sheets scanned. Note that this guideline varies depending on
the types of documents you scan. For instance, it may be
necessary to clean the scanner more frequently when you
scan documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused.
!
5
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Load the Cleaning Paper in the ADF paper chute.
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
6
z Do not use water or mild detergent to clean the ADF.
z It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of
Cleaner F1 is used. Use it in small quantity.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Adjust the side guides to the width of the Cleaning Paper.
Do not leave space between the side guides and the Cleaning Paper.
Otherwise, the Cleaning Paper may be fed skewed.
Side guide
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
1
Turn on the scanner.
2
Spray the Cleaning Paper with Cleaner F1.
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3
Pull out the chute extensions according to the length of
the Cleaning Paper.
Troubleshooting
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 23).
For details, refer to "1.6 Setting Up the ADF Paper Chute" (page 26).
4
Lift the stacker and stacker extension according to the
length of the Cleaning Paper.
For details, refer to "1.7 Setting Up the Stacker" (page 27).
7
Start up an application for scanning and perform a scan.
For details about the scanning procedure in ScandAll PRO, refer to
"ScandAll PRO V2.0 User’s Guide".
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Cleaning the ADF (with cloth)
The ADF can be cleaned with a piece of cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1, or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
As the scanner continues to feed the documents, paper dust
will accumulate inside the ADF and it may cause scanning
errors.
Cleaning should be performed approximately every 5,000
sheets scanned. Note that this guideline varies depending on
the types of documents you scan. For instance, it may be
necessary to clean the scanner more frequently when you
scan documents on which the toner is not sufficiently fused.
3
Clean the following locations with a cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1 or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
Glass (×2)
Ultrasonic sensor (×2)
Brake roller (×2)
The glasses inside the ADF become very hot
when the scanner is being used.
Before you start cleaning the inside, make sure
to turn off the power, unplug the power cable and
wait at least 15 minutes for the ADF glass to cool
down.
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Feed roller (×2)
How to Load
Documents
Eject roller (×2)
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Pick roller (×2)
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Idler roller (×4)
!
1
2
z Do not use water or mild detergent to clean the ADF.
z It may take a long time to dry if an excessive amount of
Cleaner F1 is used. Use it in small quantity. Wipe off the
cleaner completely to leave no residue on the cleaned
parts.
Turn off the scanner and wait for at least 15 minutes.
Daily Care
!
Make sure that the cloth does not get caught and damage
the document sensors.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 23).
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Troubleshooting
Open the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
Operational
Settings
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
Document
sensor
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Brake roller (×2)
Remove the roller from the scanner.
For details about removing the brake roller, refer to "7.2 Replacing the
Brake Roller" (page 119).
Gently wipe along the grooves, taking care not to damage the roller
surface.
Ultrasonic sensor (×2)
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface of the ultrasonic sensors.
If it is difficult to clean, use a cotton swab.
Ultrasonic sensor
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Pick roller (×2)
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Gently wipe along the grooves as you rotate the roller manually, taking
care not to damage the roller surface. Make sure that it is cleaned
properly because residue on the roller will affect the feeding
performance.
Various Ways to
Scan
Idler roller (×4)
Gently wipe the surface of the rollers. Make sure that it is cleaned
properly because residue on the roller will affect the feeding
performance. Also be careful not to damage the sponge which is
attached on each roller.
Daily Care
Glass (×2)
Replacing the
Consumables
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface of the glass sections.
!
Vertical streaks may appear on the scanned image when the
glass is dirty.
Feed roller (×2) / Eject roller (×2)
The power must be turned on to rotate the feed/eject rollers.
1 Turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 23).
2 Open the ADF when "1" is displayed on the Function Number
Display.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
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Operational
Settings
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3 When you press the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop] buttons at the
same time, the feed/eject rollers rotate a certain amount.
Check
Introduction
Function
Send to
Scan
/Stop
[Send to] button
[Scan/Stop] button
Power
Be careful not to touch the rollers with
your hand while they are rotating.
4 Put a piece of cloth moistened with Cleaner F1 or a sheet of
Cleaning Wipe against the roller surface, and wipe horizontally.
Wipe the whole surface by pressing the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop]
buttons at the same time to rotate the rollers.
Make sure that it is cleaned properly because residue on the roller
will affect the feeding performance.
As a guideline, pressing the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop] buttons
seven times will rotate the feed/eject rollers one revolution.
4
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Daily Care
Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
!
Replacing the
Consumables
Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise, the
document may not be fed into the ADF.
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Cleaning the Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
The flatbed should be cleaned with a piece of cloth moistened
with Cleaner F1, or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
1
2
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
Open the document cover.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
Clean the following locations with a cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1 or a sheet of Cleaning Wipe.
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Document pad
Various Ways to
Scan
Plastic frame
Daily Care
Document
bed
!
3
4
Be careful not to let the cleaner in between the document
bed and the plastic frame.
Wait for the cleaned parts to dry.
Close the document cover.
For details, refer to "1.5 Opening/Closing the Document Cover (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 25).
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Settings
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6.4 Cleaning the Carrier Sheet
The Carrier Sheet should be cleaned with either a piece of dry
cloth, a cloth moistened with Cleaner F1, or a sheet of
Cleaning Wipe.
Gently wipe the dirt and dust off the surface and the inside of
the Carrier Sheet.
As you keep using the Carrier Sheet, dirt and dust will
accumulate on the surface and the inside.
Clean it regularly because it may result in scanning errors.
!
z To avoid deformation and discoloration, never use paint
thinner or any other organic solvents.
z Do not use force to rub against the Carrier Sheet because it
may be damaged or deformed.
z After cleaning the inside, do not close the Carrier Sheet
until it is completely dry.
z The Carrier Sheet should be replaced approximately every
500 scans.
For information on purchasing the Carrier Sheet, contact
your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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How to Use the
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Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Chapter 7 Replacing the
Consumables
This chapter describes how to replace the consumables for the scanner.
z The glasses inside the ADF become very hot
when the scanner is being used.
z Before you replace the consumables, make sure
to turn off the power, unplug the power cable
and wait at least 15 minutes for the ADF glass to
cool down.
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Various Ways to
Scan
7.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycles................................................................................................... 118
7.2 Replacing the Brake Roller....................................................................................................................... 119
Daily Care
7.3 Replacing the Pick Roller .........................................................................................................................121
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Settings
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Glossary
Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables
7.1 Consumables and Replacement Cycles
The following table shows the consumables used for the
scanner.
Name
BRAKE ROLLER
PICK ROLLER
Part No.
PA03540
-0001
PA03540
-0002
Suggested replacement
cycle
200,000 sheets or one year
200,000 sheets or one year
Consumables need to be replaced periodically. It is
recommended that you keep a stock of new consumables and
replace them before it reaches the end of the consumable life.
The scanner records the page count (number of sheets
scanned) after replacing the consumables, which allows you
to check the status on each consumable (See "9.4 Settings
Related to Page Counters" (page 166)).
Note that the suggested replacement cycles are guidelines for
using A4 (80 g/m² [20 lb]) wood-free or wood-containing
paper, as these cycles vary depending on the type of
documents scanned and how often the scanner is used and
cleaned.
Only use the specified consumables.
To purchase the consumables, contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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7.2 Replacing the Brake Roller
Introduction
Replace the brake roller in following procedure.
2 Lift the right side of the roller first, then pull out the shaft from the
slot on the left.
1
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2
Open the ADF.
1
2
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
How to Load
Documents
Brake roller
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
Shaft
3
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Remove the brake roller.
1 Hold both ends of the cover, and open it in the direction of the
arrow.
Scanner
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4
Remove the brake roller from its shaft.
Shaft
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Cover
Brake roller
5
Attach a new brake roller on the shaft.
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Insert the protrusion on the shaft into the slot.
Shaft
Troubleshooting
Protrusion
Slot
Operational
Settings
Brake roller
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1 Insert the shaft from the slot on the left side.
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Attach the shaft.
1
Brake roller
Shaft
7
Confirm that the brake roller is installed properly.
Otherwise, it may cause feeding errors such as paper
jams.
Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
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Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
2 Close the cover.
!
Scanner
Overview
Reset the consumable counter.
Start up the Software Operation Panel and reset the counter.
For details, refer to "Resetting the counters" (page 167).
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
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Troubleshooting
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7.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
Replace the pick roller in following procedure.
1
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2
Remove the ADF paper chute.
Hold both ends of the ADF paper chute, and lift
4
Introduction
Remove the pick roller.
1 Open the sheet guide by lifting the tab.
1 then pull it out
Tab
2 in the direction of the arrow.
Sheet guide
1
2
Scanner
Overview
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Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
ADF paper chute
Various Ways to
Scan
2 Rotate the bushing on the shaft.
Daily Care
Bushing
3
Shaft
Open the ADF.
Replacing the
Consumables
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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3 Lift the bushing first, then pull out the shaft.
!
Lifting the retaining clip with your fingernail may hurt or
damage your fingernail.
Use a paper clip or something alike if you have trouble
lifting it up.
1
Bushing
Shaft
!
5
Attach a new pick roller on the shaft.
Insert the protrusion on the shaft into the slot.
Pick roller
Be careful not to touch the gear near the bushing on the
shaft as it contains grease.
Slot
Protrusion
Remove the pick roller from its shaft.
Pull out the shaft as you lift the retaining clip.
Pick roller
Scanner
Overview
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Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Shaft
Retaining clip
Shaft
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!
Confirm that the pick roller is installed properly.
Otherwise, it may cause feeding errors such as paper
jams.
Make sure to insert the pick roller until it locks in place.
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Consumables
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Operational
Settings
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7
Attach the shaft.
1 Insert the right end of the shaft into the slot, and lower the other
end gradually.
8
Close the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
9
Attach the ADF paper chute.
Insert the tabs into the slots on the back of the scanner, and tilt the
ADF paper chute backwards until it locks in place.
Side guide
Shaft
ADF paper chute
Tab
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2 Rotate the bushing to lock the shaft.
2
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Shaft
10 Reset the consumable counter.
Start up the Software Operation Panel and reset the counter.
For details, refer to "Resetting the counters" (page 167).
3 Close the sheet guide. Make sure that both ends of the sheet
guide are locked firmly.
!
Confirm that the pick roller is installed properly.
Otherwise, it may cause feeding errors such as paper
jams.
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
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Chapter 8 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains about the countermeasures against paper jams and other troubles, items to check before contacting
your scanner service provider, and how to read the product labels on the scanner.
!
For details about errors/troubles not mentioned in this chapter,
refer to the TWAIN driver Help, ISIS driver Help or Error
Recovery Guide.
8.1 Paper Jam ................................................................................................................................................125
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8.2 Error Indications on Operator Panel .........................................................................................................126
8.3 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................130
8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider...................................................................................149
8.5 Checking the Product Labels....................................................................................................................151
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Daily Care
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Consumables
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8.1 Paper Jam
When your document is jammed inside the scanner, remove
the document in the following procedure.
Introduction
3
Remove the jammed document.
z Do not use force to pull out the jammed
document, and make sure to open the ADF
first.
z Be careful not to touch any sharp parts upon
removing jammed documents.
z Be careful not to get your accessories (e.g.
ties, necklaces) or hair caught inside the
scanner.
z The glass surface may become extremely hot
during operation.
1
Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2
Open the ADF.
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How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
!
Be careful not to have your fingers caught
when the ADF closes.
4
z Make sure to check the documents and the paper
path thoroughly and remove all staples and paper
clips as they cause paper jams.
z Be careful not to damage the glass surface and the
guides when removing documents with staples or
paper clips.
Close the ADF.
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For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
!
z Confirm that the ADF is closed properly. Otherwise,
the document may not be fed into the ADF.
z Occasionally when scanning is complete or canceled,
documents may remain in the ADF without any error
message displayed. In that case, remove the
documents by following the above steps 1 to 4.
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8.2 Error Indications on Operator Panel
When an error occurs, the LED indicator lights in orange. The
Function Number Display alternates between either "J" or "U"
and an "error number" for temporary errors, and either "E",
"F", "C", "H", "A" or "U" and an "alarm number" for device
errors. Temporary errors can be recovered by the operator,
whereas device errors require a service engineer to perform
recovery. The indication will return to "1" (ready) if the [Scan/
Stop] or [Send to] button is pressed. Note that in case of a
paper jam, the indication will be cleared automatically after a
certain amount of time if no document is loaded.
Introduction
If the Error Recovery Guide is installed in your computer, the
Error Recovery Guide window appears when the Windows
operating system is started up. When an error or a malfunction
occurs, the Error Recovery Guide window displays related
information such as the name of the error and the error code
(number).
Write down the information shown in the dialog box and click
the [More Info] button to check for troubleshooting methods.
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
LED indicator
Check
Function Number Display
Various Ways to
Scan
Function
Send to
Scan
/Stop
[Send to] button
[Scan/Stop] button
The Error Recovery Guide is included in the Setup DVD-ROM.
For details about installation, refer to "Installing the Software"
in Getting Started.
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Power
Replacing the
Consumables
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■Cover open and print errors
Temporary Errors
The following are lists of temporary errors which can be
recovered by operators.
■Paper feeding errors
"U" and "error number" are displayed back and forth.
Introduction
Display
Item
Resolution
U0
Transport lock
error
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
Unlock the transport lock switch.
For details, refer to "Installing the
Scanner" in Getting Started.
U4
Cover open (ADF)
Close the ADF and reload the
documents.
"J" and "error number" are displayed back and forth.
Display
Item
Resolution
J0
Paper jam
(paper protection)
U5
Cover open
(Imprinter)
Close the print section of the imprinter,
and load the document again.
J1
Paper jam
1 Remove the jammed document.
For details, refer to "8.1 Paper Jam"
(page 125).
2 Check if the document is suitable for
scanning by ADF.
For details, refer to "2.3 Documents
for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41).
U6
Print cartridge not
installed
This error is related to the imprinter
(option).
For more details, refer to the fi-614PR
Imprinter Operator's Guide.
J2
Multifeed
When you press the [Send to] button
on the operator panel, the documents
are ejected.
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■Overrun error
Device Errors
The following are lists of device errors which require
troubleshooting by a service engineer.
"F" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
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Display
F4
■Internal and optical errors
"E" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
Display
E0
E1
Item
Flatbed motor
malfunction
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
Optical error
(Flatbed)
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
E2
Optical error (ADF
Front)
E3
Optical error (ADF
Back)
E6
Operator panel
error
E7
EEPROM error
E8
SCSI error
(fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)
E9
Memory error
Item
Background
switching
mechanism error
Resolution
1 Confirm that the transport lock
switch is not locked.
2 Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
1 Clean the glass section.
For details about cleaning, refer to
"Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
2 Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down the
displayed error code and contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
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Resolution
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down the
displayed error code and contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
■Chip error
"C" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
Display
C0
Item
LSI error
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Resolution
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down the
displayed error code and contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
Various Ways to
Scan
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■Motor circuit error
■Sensor error
"H" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
"L" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
Display
Item
Resolution
H0
Motor circuit error
H6
Imprinter system
malfunction
Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down the
displayed error code and contact your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
H7
Lamp circuit error
H8
Motor circuit error
(background
switching
mechanism)
■Option error (when imprinter is installed)
Display
L6
Item
Sensor error
Resolution
1 Clear any dust around the
ultrasonic sensors.
2 Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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"A" and "alarm number" are displayed back and forth.
Display
A0
A1
Item
Imprinter error
(control board)
Imprinter error
(communication
time-out)
A2
Imprinter error
(print head)
A3
Imprinter error
(EEPROM)
A4
Imprinter error
(ROM)
Resolution
1 Confirm that the EXT cable of the
imprinter is connected properly to
the EXT connector on the back of
the scanner.
For details, refer to the fi-614PR
Operator’s Guide.
2 Confirm that the print cartridge is
installed correctly.
For details, refer to the fi-614PR
Operator’s Guide.
3 Turn the scanner off then back on.
If the problem persists, write down
the displayed error code and
contact your FUJITSU scanner
dealer or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
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Scan
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8.3 Troubleshooting
This section describes the resolutions for troubles that may
occur while using the scanner. Please check the following
items before you request a repair. If the problem persists,
check each item in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149), and then contact your FUJITSU
scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
The following are some examples of troubles that you may
experience.
Symptoms
"Scanner cannot be powered ON." (page 131)
"The Function Number Display switches OFF." (page 132)
"Scanning does not start." (page 133)
"Image quality is poor when scanning pictures/photos in black & white."
(page 134)
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Symptoms
"Scanned images turn out elongated." (page 143)
"A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the scanned image."
(page 144)
"There are black traces on the document." (page 145)
"The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly. / Paper jams occur." (page 146)
"Part of the image appears missing when using the Carrier Sheet."
(page 148)
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
"Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory." (page 135)
"Images are distorted or not clear." (page 136)
Replacing the
Consumables
"Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image." (page 137)
""E" (or other number/letter) is already displayed on the Function
Number Display after power-on." (page 138)
"Multifeed error occurs frequently." (page 139)
"Situation in which the document is not fed into the ADF occurs
frequently." (page 141)
"Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently." (page 142)
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Scanner cannot be powered ON.
Is the power cable connected properly?
Yes
Did you press the [Power] button on the scanner's
operator panel?
Yes
Connect the power cable properly.
No
Press the [Power] button on the operator panel.
No
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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The Function Number Display switches OFF.
Has the scanner been left out of operation for a long time
after being powered on?
Yes
The scanner is in power saving mode.
Resume from power saving mode by one of the following methods:
z Load a document in the ADF paper chute
z Press any button on the operator panel
(Note that pressing the [Power] button for more than 2 seconds will turn the
power off.)
z Perform scanning from an application
No
Does it remain switched off even if you turn the scanner off
then back on?
Yes
The scanner is operating correctly.
No
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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Scanning does not start.
Did you unlock the transport lock switch?
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
No
Turn off the scanner, and unlock the transport lock switch.
For details, refer to "Installing the Scanner" in Getting Started.
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Yes
Is the document loaded in the ADF paper chute correctly?
Yes
Reload the document in the ADF paper chute.
No
Is the ADF closed properly?
Yes
Remove the documents from the ADF paper chute, then open and close the ADF.
No
Is the USB/SCSI cable connected properly?
No
Connect the USB/SCSI cable properly.
For details, refer to "Connecting the Cables" in Getting Started.
Yes
Is the connector on the USB/SCSI cable broken or
damaged?
Use a new cable and make sure that it is connected properly.
Yes
No
Turn off the scanner and the computer, and configure the correct SCSI ID. Then
restart the computer after turning the scanner back on.
For details about the SCSI ID setting, refer to “Connecting the Cables” in Getting
Started.
Yes
Does scanning start after turning the scanner off then back
on?
No
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
No
Is the SCSI ID set correctly?
(For SCSI connection)
Introduction
The scanner is operating correctly.
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Yes
Troubleshooting
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Image quality is poor when scanning pictures/
photos in black & white.
Are you scanning in "Halftone" or "Grayscale"?
Yes
Select [Halftone] or [Grayscale] in the scanner driver and scan. (*1)
No
Are the glasses inside the ADF clean?
No
Yes
Introduction
Clean the inside of the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: The scanned image may differ from the original image significantly if
you simply "binarize" (output in black & white) a picture or a photo. If
the setting can be configured from the scanner driver's setup dialog
box, set the image mode to [Halftone] or [Grayscale].
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
ADF: Are the glass and rollers inside the ADF clean?
Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z): Is the document pad clean?
No
Perform cleaning.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
Yes
Specify a higher resolution in the scanner driver.
No
Is [Binary (black and white)] mode selected?
Yes
Is there any foreign matter (e.g. dust, paper dust) on the
document?
No
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Yes
Is the resolution appropriate?
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No
Yes
Remove the foreign matter off the document.
It may be carried onto the glass inside the ADF or the document bed of the flatbed
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z), and cause the image to become dirty.
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: When scanning in halftone, grayscale or color, the scanned image may
not become sharp and clear. If it can be configured in the scanner
driver's setup dialog box, set the image mode to [Binary (black and
white)].
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
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Consumables
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Images are distorted or not clear.
ADF: Are the glass and rollers inside the ADF clean?
Flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z): Is the document pad clean?
No
Perform cleaning.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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Yes
Is the ADF being pushed down during scanning? Is there a
heavy object on top of the ADF?
Yes
Do not push down the top the ADF, or place any heavy objects on the ADF during
scanning.
No
Is anything causing the scanner to vibrate during
scanning?
Yes
How to Load
Documents
Do not allow the scanner to vibrate during scanning.
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Yes
No
Is the scanner placed on a flat, level surface? Are the
rubber pads attached on the bottom of the scanner?
Introduction
No
Either place the scanner on a flat and level surface, or attach the rubber pads on
the bottom of the scanner.
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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Vertical streaks appear on the scanned image.
Do the streaks always appear in the same location?
Yes
Clean the glass and rollers inside the ADF, or the document bed of the flatbed (fi6230Z/fi-6240Z).
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
No
Does the vertical streak disappear when you set a lower
resolution?
Specify a lower resolution.
Yes
No
Is there any foreign matter (e.g. paper dust, dirt) stuck on
the document?
No
Yes
Remove any foreign matter off the document.
It may be carried onto the glass inside the ADF or the document bed of the flatbed
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z), and cause these streaks to appear on the image.
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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"E" (or other number/letter) is already displayed
on the Function Number Display after power-on.
Did you unlock the transport lock switch?
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
No
Turn off the scanner, and unlock the transport lock switch.
For details, refer to "Installing the Scanner" in Getting Started.
Yes
Does the problem persist after turning the power off then
back on?
The scanner is operating correctly.
No
Yes
Is "c" flashing on the Function Number Display, and is the
LED indicator flashing as well?
No
Yes
Close the ADF properly.
For details, refer to "1.4 Opening/Closing the ADF" (page 24).
If the indication does not return to "1" (ready) after closing the ADF, check the
items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider" (page 149) first,
then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Multifeed error occurs frequently.
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 41)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41).
Yes
If you are using the Carrier Sheet, is [Double-page
spread], [Clipping (Front)] or [Clipping (Duplex)] specified
for [Scan Type] in the scanner driver’s setup dialog box?
No
Specify either [Double-page spread], [Clipping (Front)] or [Clipping (Duplex)].
For details, refer to "Documents Larger than A4/Letter Size" (page 70) or
"Scanning Photographs and Clippings" (page 73).
Yes
If multifeed detection is enabled, is there any document in
the batch that does not fulfill the conditions for an accurate
detection?
Yes
Fulfill the conditions for an accurate multifeed detection.
For details, refer to "Conditions for Multifeed Detection" (page 45).
Also specify the multifeed detection area if necessary ("Detecting Multifeed Errors"
(page 103)).
Did you scan a plastic card or any other thick document?
Have the documents just been printed out from a copy
machine or a laser printer?
Fan the documents.
Fan the documents a few times to remove static electricity.
Daily Care
Reduce the number of sheets.
Replacing the
Consumables
No
Yes
Is the document stack thinner than 5 mm?
No
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
Yes
Are the consumables dirty?
Yes
No
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Scan Settings
Various Ways to
Scan
Yes
No
Yes
How to Load
Documents
Disable multifeed detection.
Did you fan the documents before loading them?
Yes
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Operator Panel
No
No
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Clean the consumables.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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No (continued)
Are the consumables worn out?
Yes
No
*1: "Consumables" refers to the brake roller and the pick roller.
Check the consumable counters and replace them if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
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Replacing the
Consumables
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Situation in which the document is not fed into
the ADF occurs frequently.
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 41)?
No
Introduction
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41).
Yes
Did you fan the documents before loading them in the ADF
paper chute?
Fan the documents before loading, or reduce the amount of documents.
No
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Documents
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
Yes
Are the consumables dirty?
Yes
Clean the consumables.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
No
Are the consumables worn out?
Yes
Check the consumable counters and replace them if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
No
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Replacing the
Consumables
*1: "Consumables" refers to the brake roller and the pick roller.
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Paper jams/pick errors occur frequently.
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 41)?
No
Use documents that meet the requirements.
For details, refer to "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41).
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Yes
Is the inside of the ADF free of foreign matter?
Yes
Clean or remove any foreign matter from the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
No
Are the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
No
Install the consumables correctly.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
Yes
Are the consumables dirty?
Yes
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Clean the consumables.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
No
Are the consumables worn out?
Yes
No
*1: "Consumables" refers to the brake roller and the pick roller.
Check the consumable counters and replace them if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
Various Ways to
Scan
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Replacing the
Consumables
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Scanned images turn out elongated.
Are the rollers dirty?
Yes
Clean the rollers.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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No
Do the documents meet the requirements described in
"Precautions" in "Conditions" (page 41)?
No
Use documents that meet the specification.
For details, refer to "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41).
Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
Check the consumable counters and replace them if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
No
Have you adjusted the offset/vertical magnification?
No
Yes
Introduction
In [Device Setting] of the Software Operation Panel, adjust the offset in feed
direction (vertical magnification).
For details, refer to "Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical
magnification Adjustment]" (page 169).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
*1: "Consumables" refers to the brake roller and the pick roller.
Replacing the
Consumables
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A shadow appears at the top or the bottom of the
scanned image.
Have you adjusted the offset (position to start the scan)?
No
In [Device Setting] of the Software Operation Panel, adjust the offset in the subscanning direction.
For details, refer to "Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan [Offset/Vertical
magnification Adjustment]" (page 169).
Yes
Did you use the Page Edge Filler function?
No
Yes
In [Device Setting 2] of the Software Operation Panel, use the Page Edge Filler
function to fill out the shadow around the edge.
For details, refer to "Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around the Scanned
Image [Page Edge Filler (ADF)] / [Page Edge Filler (FB)] (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)"
(page 171).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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There are black traces on the document.
Are you scanning documents written in lead pencil?
Yes
When you scan documents written in lead pencil, make sure to clean the rollers
frequently. Otherwise, the rollers will be contaminated which may leave black
traces on the document or cause feeding errors.
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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No
Are the glass and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Yes
Perform cleaning.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
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The Carrier Sheet is not fed smoothly. / Paper
jams occur.
Did you scan just the Carrier Sheet continuously?
Yes
Introduction
Feed about 50 sheets of PPC paper (recycled paper) before scanning with the
Carrier Sheet. The PPC paper can either be blank or printed.
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No
Is the Carrier Sheet clean?
No
Perform one of the following.
z Clean the Carrier Sheet.
For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
z Replace the Carrier Sheet.
For information on purchasing the Carrier Sheet, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options"
(page 196).
Yes
Did you start the scan after loading the Carrier Sheet in the
ADF paper chute?
No
Start the scan after loading the Carrier Sheet in the ADF paper chute.
For details about loading the Carrier Sheet, refer to "Documents Larger than A4/
Letter Size" (page 70) or "Scanning Photographs and Clippings" (page 73).
Yes
Are the glass and rollers inside the ADF clean?
No
Perform cleaning.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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Yes
Are the consumables (*1) worn out?
Yes
Check the consumable counters and replace them if necessary.
For details, refer to "Chapter 7 Replacing the Consumables" (page 117).
No
Is there any foreign matter inside the ADF?
Yes
No
Remove the foreign matter and clean the ADF.
For details, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (page 108).
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No (continued)
Did you place a thick document inside the Carrier Sheet?
Yes
No
Some papers may be too thick to place inside the Carrier Sheet.
For details about the thickness of documents that can be placed inside the Carrier
Sheet, refer to " Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet" (page 50).
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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*1: "Consumables" refers to the brake roller and the pick roller.
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Part of the image appears missing when using
the Carrier Sheet.
Did you place several small documents (e.g. photos,
postcards) in the Carrier Sheet for scanning?
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Place only one document at a time in the Carrier Sheet.
Yes
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No
Does the fold line of the document hang off the Carrier
Sheet?
No
Yes
Part of the image around where the document is folded may appear missing.
Place the document so its fold line is set about 1 mm inside from the edge of the
Carrier Sheet.
If the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner
Service Provider" (page 149) first, then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or
an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
How to Load
Documents
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Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
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8.4 Before You Contact the Scanner Service Provider
Please check the following items before contacting your
FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
General
Item
Scanner model
name
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Findings
Example: fi-6240Z
For details, refer to "8.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 151).
Serial No.
Example: 000001
For details, refer to "8.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 151).
Date of manufacture
Example: 2011-06 (June 2011)
For details, refer to "8.5 Checking the Product
Labels" (page 151).
Date of purchase
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Symptom
Frequency of
trouble
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Warranty
Options used
Example: fi-614PR
For details, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (page
196).
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■Image quality issues
Error Status
■Computer connection issues
Item
Findings
Item
Scanner driver and
version
Operating system
(Windows)
Interface controller
Error message
Operating system
(Windows)
Interface
Example: USB interface
Interface controller
Findings
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Application
Example: ScandAll PRO
Example: front, back, both
Item
Paper type
Resolution
Example: 600 dpi, 75 dpi
Findings
Date of consumable
replacement
Operator panel
status
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Image mode
Example: color, grayscale, black & white
Main purpose of use
Date of last cleaning
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■Feeding issues
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■Other
Item
Can you send the
output image and a
photo that shows
the paper condition
by e-mail or fax?
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8.5 Checking the Product Labels
This section explains about the product labels on the scanner.
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Label A (example): Shows the scanner information.
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Location
The location of the two labels are as follows:
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Label B (example): Shows the standards that the scanner
conforms to.
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Label A
Label B
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This chapter explains how to use the Software Operation Panel to configure the scanner settings.
9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel................................................................................................153
9.2 Password Setting......................................................................................................................................154
9.3 Configuration Items ..................................................................................................................................160
9.4 Settings Related to Page Counters ..........................................................................................................166
9.5 Settings Related to Scanning ...................................................................................................................169
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9.6 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection ...................................................................................................180
9.7 Settings Related to Waiting Time .............................................................................................................186
9.8 Settings Related to Power ON/OFF .........................................................................................................188
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Chapter 9 Operational Settings
9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel
The Software Operation Panel (SOP) is installed together with
TWAIN driver, ISIS driver and Kofax VRS.
This application allows you to configure various settings such
as the operation of the scanner and managing the
consumables.
!
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D The [FUJITSU Software Operation Panel] dialog box appears.
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z Do not use the operator panel while the Software Operation
Panel is running.
z If you connect multiple scanners, the second scanner and
so forth will not be recognized.
Connect only one scanner at a time.
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How to Use the
Operator Panel
Confirm that the scanner is connected to the computer,
then turn on the scanner.
For details, refer to "1.3 Turning the Power ON/OFF" (page 23).
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Select the [Start] menu J [All Programs] J [Scanner
Utility for Microsoft Windows] J [Software Operation
Panel].
D The Software Operation Panel icon is displayed in the menu that
appears when you click
on the taskbar.
To have the Software Operation Panel icon always displayed on
the taskbar, drag the icon and drop it onto the taskbar.
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Procedures from here will be explained under the assumption that
the Software Operation Panel is always displayed on the taskbar.
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9.2 Password Setting
By setting a password, the Software Operation Panel can run
in [View Only mode] which allows users to only view the
scanner settings.
The scanner settings can be configured if no password is set.
In order to prevent unnecessary changes to the settings, a
password can be used to restrict user operations.
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Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
Setting a Password
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Set a password in the following procedure.
1
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Overview
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Operator Panel
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [Password Setting] from the menu.
D A confirmation message appears.
3
Click the [OK] button.
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D The password is set.
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D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
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Setting the [View Only mode]
D The Software Operation Panel enters the [View Only mode].
Set the Software Operation Panel to [View Only mode] in the
following procedure.
1
Set a password.
2
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [View Only mode] from the menu.
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In [View Only mode], a check mark appears next to [View
Only mode] in the menu that is displayed by right-clicking
the Software Operation Panel icon.
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Clearing the [View Only mode]
D [View Only mode] is cleared, and the scanner settings can now be
changed.
Clear the [View Only mode] in the following procedure.
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Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [View Only mode] from the menu.
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D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
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Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
When you exit [View Only mode], the check mark next to
[View Only mode] disappears from the menu that is
displayed by right-clicking the Software Operation Panel
icon.
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Changing the Password
3
Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Change the password in the following procedure.
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
1
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [Password Setting] from the menu.
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D A confirmation message appears.
D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
2
Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
4
Click the [OK] button.
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D The password is set.
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D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
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Clearing the Password
3
Leave both fields blank and click the [OK] button.
Clear the password in the following procedure.
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Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [Password Setting] from the menu.
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D A confirmation message appears.
4
D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
2
Enter the current password and click the [OK] button.
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Click the [OK] button.
D The password is cleared.
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D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
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Resetting the Password
3
Up to 32 characters can be used for the password.
In case you forgot your password, it can be reset in the
following procedure.
1
Enter a new password then again to confirm, and click the
[OK] button.
Note that only alphanumeric characters (a to z, A to Z, 0 to 9) are
allowed.
Right-click the Software Operation Panel icon on the
taskbar, and select [Password Setting] from the menu.
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D A confirmation message appears.
4
D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
2
Enter the default password which is "fi-scanner", and click
the [OK] button.
Click the [OK] button.
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Operator Panel
D The password is set.
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D The [Password setting] dialog box appears.
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9.3 Configuration Items
The Software Operation Panel allows the configuration of the
following settings for the scanner that is connected to the
computer.
Device Setting
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
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Items that can be configured in the above dialog box are shown in the
next page.
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Item
Description
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
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Check the counters to determine when to replace
the consumables.
Also use it to reset the counters after replacing the
consumables.
Total Page Count(ADF) / Total Page Count(FB) (*1)
/ Brake Roller / Pick Roller
0
Remaining Ink
(*2)
Power saving
(page 187)
Specify the waiting time before entering power
saving mode.
Range: 5 to 235 min. (in increments of 5)
15 min.
Offset Setting
(page 169)
Adjust the position to start the scan on the selected
scanning side(s).
Unit: Flat bed (*1) / ADF(front) / ADF(back)
Main/Sub: 0 mm
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0%
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Page Counter
(page 166)
Main/Sub: -2 to +2 mm (in increments of 0.5)
Vertical magnification
Adjustment
(page 169)
Adjust the magnification level in feed direction for
the selected scanning method.
*1: Displayed when using the fi-6230Z or fi-6240Z.
*2: Displayed when the imprinter is installed.
Unit: Flat bed (*1) / ADF
Range: -3.1 to 3.1% (in increments of 0.1)
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Device Setting 2
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2].
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When you click on an item from the list, the details of the setting
(parameters) are displayed on the right.
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[Default] button resets the settings to factory default.
[Save] button saves the value configured in the Software Operation
Panel to a file.
[Restore] button restores the file that contains the values configured
in the Software Operation Panel.
Items that can be configured in the above dialog box are shown in the
next page.
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Item
Multifeed
(page 180)
Page Edge Filler
(ADF)
Page Edge Filler
(FB)(*1)
(page 171)
Description
Parameter/Value
Specify a method for multifeed detection. Detect
multifeeds by monitoring the overlap, document
length, or the combination of both.
This setting can also be configured from the
scanner driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority
is given to the scanner driver setting.
None / Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic) / Check
Length / Check Overlapping and Length
Specify a width for the margin around the edge of
the scanned image to fill in white or black, according
to the background color.
With TWAIN driver, this setting can also be
configured from the scanner driver's setup dialog
box. In that case, “Page Edge Filler” of the TWAIN
driver is used on the output image.
ADF:
Top / Left / Right: 0 to 15 mm
Bottom: -7 to 7 mm (in increments of 1)
Factory Default
None
Length: 10 mm
Length (When [Check Length] is specified, select
from 10/15/20 mm)
Top/Bottom/Left/
Right: 0 mm
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FB (*1):
Top / Bottom / Left / Right: 0 to 15 mm
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B
(A: image, B: filled area, A+B: output)
Dropout color
(page 173)
Pre-Pick
(page 174)
Select a color to be removed from the scanned
image (only available in black & white or grayscale
mode).
With TWAIN driver, this setting can also be
configured from the scanner driver's setup dialog
box. Note that priority is given to the scanner driver
setting.
With ISIS driver, the scanner driver setting is
enabled at all times.
Red / Green / Blue / None
Select [Yes] to prioritize the processing speed and
[No] for otherwise.
This setting can also be configured from the
scanner driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority
is given to the scanner driver setting.
Yes / No
Green
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Item
Description
Document check area
specification for
Multifeed Detection
(page 182)
Selected range: Select this item to restrict the area
to run multifeed detection.
[Selected range] check box
Not selected
Enable / Disable (Middle): Specify whether to enable
or disable multifeed detection in the selected area.
Enable / Disable
(When [Selected range] is selected)
Disable
Start (Middle): Specify the start position of the area
in length (mm) from the leading edge of the
document.
0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2)
0 mm
End (Middle): Specify the end position of the area in
length (mm) from the leading edge of the document.
0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2)
When there is a paper of the same size attached to
a designated location on the page, configure the
scanner to memorize the location of the attachment
and not detect multifeeds for that location.
Note that you first need to select [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping
and length] in either the scanner driver’s setup
dialog box or the multifeed detection setting in
"Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method
[Multifeed]" (page 180).
Manual mode / Auto mode 1 / Auto mode 2
Select to clear the overlap pattern (length, location)
memorized in Auto mode.
[Clear overlap pattern] check box
Not selected
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Specify whether or not to memorize the multifeed
pattern upon power-off.
Remember / Do not remember
Do not remember
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Number of paper
feeding retries
(page 175)
Configure this setting to change the number of
feeding retries when a pick error occurs.
1 to 12 times
7 times
Life Counter Alarm
Setting
(page 168)
Specify the replacement cycle for the consumables.
Pick Rollers / Brake Rollers:
10,000 to 2,550,000 sheets
(in increments of 10,000)
Intelligent Multifeed
Function
(page 185)
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
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Pick Rollers:
200,000 sheets
Brake Rollers:
200,000 sheets
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Item
Description
Parameter/Value
Factory Default
AutoCrop Boundary
(page 176)
Specify whether or not to optimize (round up/down)
the fractional part of the scanned image data.
Optimize / Round Down
Optimize
Manual-feed timeout
(page 186)
Select whether to disable or enable manual feeding.
Disable / Enable
Disable
Paper-out detection time: Specify the waiting time to
cancel manual feeding.
5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110
(seconds)
10 seconds
Power SW Control
(page 188)
Specify the method by which the scanner is
powered on/off.
Enable power switch / Disable power switch /
Enable USB power feeding
Enable power
switch
Paper Protection
(page 177)
Specify whether to enable or disable paper
protection.
Enabling this setting reduces the risk of having the
documents damaged upon feeding errors, by
stopping the scan when the scanner detects a
document that is unusually warped.
Paper protection is disabled in manual feed mode.
This setting can also be configured from the
scanner driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority
is given to the scanner driver setting.
Enable / Disable
Enable
Paper Protection
Sensitivity
(page 178)
Specify the level of sensitivity to detect anomalies
upon feeding the documents when paper protection
is enabled.
Low / Normal / High
Feed Mode (*2)
(page 179)
Configure this setting to scan plastic cards with a
thickness up to 1.4 mm when using fi-6140Z/fi6240Z (at 200 dpi (60 ppm) in landscape).
Normal / Thick cards (1.25 mm or more)
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*1: Displayed when using the fi-6230Z or fi-6240Z.
*2: Displayed when using the fi-6140Z or fi-6240Z.
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9.4 Settings Related to Page Counters
Checking and Resetting the Counters
■Checking the counters
The status on each consumable part can be viewed to
determine when to replace the consumables. The color of the
counter changes to prompt replacement. The consumable
counter turns light yellow when the page count after replacing
the consumable reaches 95% of the value specified in
"Replacement Cycle of Consumables [Life Counter Alarm
Setting]" (page 168), and turns yellow when it reaches 100%.
Note that the color does not change for ink counter (only
displayed when imprinter is installed).
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
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In this dialog box, you can check the following items:
Item
Description
Total Page Count
(ADF)
Approximate total number of sheets
scanned through the ADF
Total Page Count (FB)
(fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
Approximate total number of sheets
scanned on the flatbed (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
Brake Roller
Number of sheets scanned after replacing
the brake roller
Pick Roller
Number of sheets scanned after replacing
the pick roller
Remaining Ink
Amount of ink remaining in the print
cartridge of the imprinter (option)
(Only displayed when imprinter is
installed)
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
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If the scanner was turned off by unplugging the power
cable, or [Disable power switch] is selected, up to nine
sheets may not be counted in [Total Page Count].
For details about disabling the power switch, refer to
"Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF [Power SW
Control]" (page 188).
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■Resetting the counters
■Message for replacing the consumable
When you have replaced a consumable, reset the
corresponding counter in the following procedure.
The following message may appear while using the scanner.
Message
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Check the message and replace the consumable accordingly.
If you click the [Ignore] button, the message disappears and
the scan can be continued. However, it is recommended that
you replace the consumable as soon as possible.
To stop the scan and replace the consumable right away, click
the [Cancel] button.
For details about replacing consumables, refer to the
following:
D The counter is reset to 0.
For ink counter, the value will be set to 100.
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z "7.2 Replacing the Brake Roller" (page 119)
z "7.3 Replacing the Pick Roller" (page 121)
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Click the [OK] button in the Software Operation Panel.
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D A confirmation message appears.
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Click the [OK] button.
D The settings are saved.
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Replacement Cycle of Consumables
[Life Counter Alarm Setting]
The replacement cycle for each consumable can be specified.
The background color of the counter (in [Device Setting])
changes to light yellow when the page count after replacing
the consumable reaches 95% of the value specified here, and
turns yellow when it reaches 100%.
A message that prompts consumable replacement (page 167)
also appears.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Life Counter Alarm Setting].
3
Specify a value as the replacement cycle.
The value can range from 10,000 to 2,550,000 sheets (in increments
of 10,000).
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9.5 Settings Related to Scanning
Adjusting the Position to Start the Scan
[Offset/Vertical magnification Adjustment]
When the output position of the scanned image is not correct
or the image appears shortened/elongated (vertically), adjust
the offset and the vertical magnification in the following
procedure.
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1
Normally, you should not have to make any adjustments as the
factory default settings are configured at appropriate values.
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
2
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From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting] and
click the [Offset] button.
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Adjust the level of offset/vertical magnification as needed.
Vertical magnification
Adjustment
Unit
Vertical magnification
Adjustment
(Sub: length)
Description
Select [Flat bed] (*1) or [ADF] as the
target for vertical magnification
adjustment.
Adjusts the vertical (length)
magnification.
The value can range from -3.1 to
+3.1% (in increments of 0.1).
*1: Displayed when using fi-6230Z or fi-6240Z.
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Description
Unit
Select [Flat bed] (*1), [ADF (front)] or
[ADF (back)] as the target for offset adjustment.
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Adjusts the horizontal (width) offset.
The value can range from -2 to +2 mm (in
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Adjusts the vertical (length) offset.
The value can range from -2 to +2 mm (in
increments of 0.5).
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Removing Shadows/Streaks that Appear around
the Scanned Image [Page Edge Filler (ADF)] /
[Page Edge Filler (FB)] (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
Depending on the condition of the documents that you scan,
the shadow of the document may appear as black streaks.
In that case, you can improve the image quality around the
edges of the document by using the "Page Edge Filler"
function to fill in the edges.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Page Edge Filler (ADF)] or [Page Edge Filler (FB)].
3
Specify the width of each margin to fill in: top/bottom/left/
right.
ADF
T : top = 0 to 15 mm
T
B : bottom = -7 to 7 mm
L : left = 0 to 15 mm
L Image area R R : right = 0 to 15 mm
B
For details, refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel"
(page 153).
FB (fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z)
T : top = 0 to 15 mm
B : bottom = 0 to 15 mm
L : left = 0 to 15 mm
R : right = 0 to 15 mm
(in 1 mm increments)
The specified area is filled in white or black, according to the
background color.
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Note that if the target range of Page Edge Filler is too
wide, some characters near the edge may appear
missing.
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z The color of the background is normally white. You can
change it to [Black background] in the scanner driver.
For example, in TWAIN driver, select the [Option]
button J [Rotation] tab J [Automatic Size and Skew
detection] and then specify [Black Background].
z Depending on the value you specify, the bottom edge
is filled in as follows:
- 1 to 7 mm
Fills the margin in white, from the detected page
bottom.
- -1 to -7 mm
Outputs the image without filling in the margin.
“Detected page bottom” refers to the bottom edge of
the scanned document detected by the scanner.
z With TWAIN driver, this setting can also be configured
from the scanner driver's setup dialog box. In that
case, “Page Edge Filler” of the TWAIN driver is used
on the output image.
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Removing a Color from the Scanned Image
[Dropout color]
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From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Dropout color].
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With "Dropout color", you can select either green, red, or blue
(primary colors) to remove the details of the selected color
from a scanned image.
For example, if a document with black characters and a green
background is scanned, only the black characters will appear
on the scanned image if [Green] is selected.
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
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Select a color to drop out.
Red, Green, Blue : The selected color is dropped out.
None
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: No color is dropped out.
The Software Operation Panel allows you to choose the
color from red, green, and blue only. To drop out a color of
your choice, configure the setting from the scanner driver.
For more details, refer to "Removing a Color from the
Scanned Image (Dropout Color)" (page 82).
With TWAIN driver, this setting can also be configured
from the scanner driver's setup dialog box. Note that
priority is given to the scanner driver setting.
With ISIS driver, the scanner driver setting is enabled at
all times.
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Shortening the Scanning Intervals [Pre-Pick]
"Pre-pick" refers to feeding the document to the starting
position for scanning before the next scan.
Enabling [Pre-Pick] shortens the interval between scanning
each document.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Pre-Pick].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Select [Yes] or [No].
z If you cancel in the middle of scanning while pre-pick
is enabled, you will have to remove the pre-picked
document, then load the document again.
z This setting can also be configured from the scanner
driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority is given to
the scanner driver setting.
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Number of Paper Feeding Retries
Configure this setting to change the number of feeding retries
when a pick error occurs.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Number of paper feeding retries].
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Cropping the Image Boundary
[AutoCrop Boundary]
Some fractional data may be generated in the images in the
process of scanning. You can specify whether to include or
exclude such fractional data by using the "AutoCrop
Boundary" function.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[AutoCrop Boundary].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Select whether to include or exclude the fractional data.
Select [Optimize] to prevent any exclusion of fractional data from
scanned images.
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z While selecting [Optimize] can prevent data loss, it
may also generate black lines near the right edge.
z When you scan a document with text near the right
edge while [Round Down] is selected, some pixel data
there may be lost.
z For details about setting automatic page size
detection, refer to "Automatically Correcting Skewed
Images" (page 91).
This setting is only applied in black & white mode.
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Protecting the Documents from Being Damaged
[Paper Protection]
Specify whether to enable or disable paper protection.
Feeding errors during scanning could damage or tear valuable
documents.
Enabling this setting reduces the risk of having the documents
damaged upon feeding errors, by stopping the scan when the
scanner detects a document that is unusually warped.
This function can be used to scan documents such as thin
papers which are difficult to feed.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Paper Protection].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Specify whether to enable or disable paper protection.
When you select [Enable], the scanner stops the scan when it detects
a document that is unusually warped.
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z Note that paper protection is a function that
suppresses the documents from being damaged, and
does not guarantee all documents to be saved.
z When you enable paper protection, make sure to set
the documents with their top edges aligned (especially
for a mixed batch with different lengths).
If the top edges are not aligned properly, the paper
protection function may be activated and stop the scan
even when the documents are being fed correctly.
z Paper protection is disabled in manual feed mode.
z This setting can also be configured from the scanner
driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority is given to
the scanner driver setting.
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Specifying the Sensitivity Level for Paper
Protection [Paper Protection Sensitivity]
You can specify the level of sensitivity to detect anomalies
upon feeding the documents when paper protection is
enabled.
Documents are deformed (e.g. warped, bent, creased) when
they are not being fed by the rollers properly. To detect such a
symptom and stop the scan, select [Low] to only detect
documents that are highly deformed, and [High] to also detect
documents that are slightly deformed.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Paper Protection Sensitivity].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Specify the sensitivity level.
Low
: Decreases the sensitivity level to detect warped
documents.
Normal : Monitors the documents in normal sensitivity.
Keep this setting for normal use.
High
: Increases the sensitivity level to detect warped
documents.
If paper jams occur frequently, specify [Low].
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Scanning Thick Plastic Cards [Feed Mode]
(fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)
When you use fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z to scan at 200 dpi (60 ppm)
in landscape, plastic cards with a thickness up to 1.4 mm can
be scanned.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Feed Mode].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Specify the feed mode.
To scan a plastic card up to 1.4 mm thick, select [Thick cards (1.25
mm or more)].
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Scanning speed slows down when you select [Thick
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9.6 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection
Specifying a Multifeed Detection Method
[Multifeed]
Multifeed is an error where two or more sheets are fed through
the ADF at once. It is also called a multifeed when a different
document length is detected.
Not noticing multifeed errors while scanning may put you in a
situation where important data are missing from the scanned
images. Multifeed detection can be used to prevent such
troubles. When this function is enabled, an error message is
displayed as soon as it detects a multifeed, and stops the
scan. Note that multifeed cannot be detected within 30 mm
from the leading edge of the document.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Multifeed].
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Select a detection method.
Method
Method
Description
None
Does not detect multifeed.
Check
Overlapping
(Ultrasonic)
Detects multifeed by the overlapping of
documents.
When this is selected, you can also specify the
two following options:
z Specify the detection range by the length from
the top of the document.
Proceed to "Specifying the Area to Detect
Multifeed [Document check area specification
for Multifeed Detection]" (page 182) for more
details.
z Ignore the multifeed when there is paper of the
same size attached to a designated location
on the page.
Proceed to "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set
Pattern" (page 105) for more details.
Check Length
Detects multifeed by the difference in length of the
documents.
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when scanning a mixed batch of
different sizes.
Check
Overlapping
and Length
Length
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Description
Detects multifeed by the combination of [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] and [Check Length].
Note that multifeeds cannot be detected
accurately when scanning a mixed batch of
different sizes.
When this is selected, you can also specify the
two following options:
z Specify the detection range by the length from
the top of the document.
Proceed to "Specifying the Area to Detect
Multifeed [Document check area specification
for Multifeed Detection]" (page 182) for more
details.
z Ignore the multifeed when there is paper of the
same size attached to a designated location
on the page.
Proceed to "Ignoring Multifeed for a Set
Pattern" (page 105) for more details.
Select a length difference from 10/15/20 mm. Any
length under the specified value will not be
detected as multifeed.
z To scan documents with different lengths, specify
[Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)].
z When a photograph or a piece of paper is attached on
the document, the overlapping part of the document
may be falsely detected as multifeed if [Check
Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] is specified. In that case,
specify [Check Length].
Note however that [Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)]
can still be used by restricting the detection range.
z Multifeed cannot be detected when using the Carrier
Sheet.
This setting can also be configured from the scanner
driver's setup dialog box. Note that priority is given to the
scanner driver setting.
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Specifying the Area to Detect Multifeed
[Document check area specification for Multifeed
Detection]
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Specify the detection range.
Range
Description
Selected range
Select the check box to specify the detection
range (colored in light blue) in the picture below.
The following setting is only available when you specified
[Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping and
Length].
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From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Document check area specification for Multifeed
Detection].
Select the [Selected range] check box in the dialog box.
Feed direction
1
Middle
Range
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Select the check box to enable the setting in this
dialog box. Clear the check box to disable the
setting. Clearing this check box sets both start
and end positions to "0", making the whole
document to be detected for multifeeds.
The above condition applies when the document
is set to the center of the pick roller width.
Disable
(Middle)
Does not detect multifeeds for the selected area.
Enable
(Middle)
Detects multifeeds for the selected area.
Start
(Middle)
Displays the start position of the detection by the
length from the leading edge of the document.
Range: 0 to 510 mm, in 2 mm increments,
Start<End
End
(Middle)
Displays the end position of the detection by the
length from the leading edge of the document.
Range: 0 to 510 mm, in 2 mm increments,
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Example 1:
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 50 mm, End = 200 mm
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z When both [Start] and [End] are set to "0", multifeed
detection is performed for the whole area regardless of
whether it is enabled or disabled.
z To disable multifeed detection for the whole document,
select [Disable] and set the start position to "0" and the
end position to equal the document length or longer.
z If you set a value larger than the document length for
the start position, selecting [Disable] detects the whole
length of the document and selecting [Enable] disables
the multifeed detection.
z To detect multifeeds, the detection range must be at
least 5 mm in length.
Configure the setting so that the value of the end
position minus the start position is 6 mm or more.
z You can also set the start and the end positions by the
following methods:
- Draw an area with the mouse on the displayed
image.
- Drag the handles for [Start] and [End] positions on
the displayed image.
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Unit: mm
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Example 3: (Bad example)
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 0 mm, End = 0 mm
Position: Middle
Selected range = Enable, Start = 100 mm, End = 102 mm
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Multifeeds are detected for the area in light blue.
When you use detection by overlapping, accuracy of multifeed
detection may drop if the documents are glued tightly or
attached together by static electricity.
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Unit: mm
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Specifying an Area Not to Detect Multifeed
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]
When there is paper of the same size attached to a
designated location on the page, the scanner memorizes the
location of the attachment and can be configured not to detect
multifeeds for that location. Note that you first need to select
[Check Overlapping (Ultrasonic)] or [Check Overlapping and
length] in either the scanner driver’s setup dialog box or the
multifeed detection setting in "Specifying a Multifeed Detection
Method [Multifeed]" (page 180).
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Intelligent Multifeed Function].
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
3
Select an operation mode and click the [OK] button.
Mode
Manual mode
Auto mode 1
Auto mode 2
Description
Does not memorize the size or location of the
paper attachment when a multifeed is detected.
Ignores the multifeed when you load the
documents back in the ADF paper chute and
scan them again.
Memorizes the size and location of the paper
attachment when a multifeed is detected. The
memorized pattern is ignored from the next
scan.
Memorizes the size of the paper attachment
when a multifeed is detected. The memorized
pattern (including any length less than the
attachment) is ignored from the next scan.
z By selecting the [Clear overlap pattern] check box, you
can erase the overlapping patterns (length, position)
that were memorized in Auto mode.
z In [Remember multifeed pattern at power-off], you can
select whether or not to keep the multifeed pattern
upon turning the power off. When [Remember] is
selected, you can use eight (pages worth) of the most
recent patterns the next time the scanner is powered
on.
For details about the procedure after this step, refer to "Ignoring
Multifeed for a Set Pattern" (page 105).
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9.7 Settings Related to Waiting Time
Waiting Time in Manual Feed Mode
[Manual-feed timeout]
When you scan by manually loading one sheet at a time, you
can specify the waiting time (interval) for loading the next
document in the ADF paper chute. This enables continuous
scanning as long as you load a document within the set time.
If not, the scan is finished automatically and manual feeding
will be canceled. Note that you can also press the [Send to]
button on the operator panel to cancel manual feeding.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Manual-feed timeout].
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Specify whether to enable or disable [Manual-feed
timeout].
If you selected [Enable], then also specify the time in [Paper-out
detection time].
When [Manual-feed timeout] is enabled, the scanner will
wait for the set time even if you start scanning with no
document in the ADF paper chute.
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Waiting Time to Enter Power Saving Mode
[Power saving]
The waiting time for the scanner to enter power saving mode
can be specified.
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Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
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Use the slider to specify the waiting time before entering
power saving mode.
The value can range from 5 to 235 minutes (in increments of 5).
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9.8 Settings Related to Power ON/OFF
Method of Turning the Scanner ON/OFF
[Power SW Control]
The method by which the scanner is powered on/off can be
specified from one of the following:
z Press the [Power] button on the operator panel
z Unplug the power cable then plug it back in
z Have the scanner turn on/off in sync with the computer's power
1
2
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (page 153).
From the listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2] J
[Power SW Control].
3
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Select one of the following:
[Enable power switch] : Press the [Power] button on the operator
panel.
[Disable power switch] : Unplug the power cable then plug it back
in.
[Enable USB power
feeding]
!
: Have the scanner turn ON/OFF in sync
with the computer's power.
Some types of computers and USB hubs keep supplying
power to the USB bus even after the computer is turned
off.
In that case, the [Enable USB power feeding] mode may
not work properly.
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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Appendix
This appendix provides the following information.
A.1 Basic Specification ...................................................................................................................................190
A.2 Installation Specification...........................................................................................................................193
A.3 Outer Dimensions ....................................................................................................................................195
A.4 Scanner Options ......................................................................................................................................196
A.5 Uninstalling the Software .........................................................................................................................197
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How to Use the
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Various Ways to
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Daily Care
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Consumables
Troubleshooting
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A.1 Basic Specification
Item
Introduction
Specification
fi-6130Z
fi-6230Z
Notes
fi-6140Z
fi-6240Z
Scanner type
ADF
ADF + Flatbed
ADF
ADF + Flatbed
-
Image sensor
Color CCD ×2
(front, back)
Color CCD ×3
(front, back,
flatbed)
Color CCD ×2
(front, back)
Color CCD ×3
(front, back,
flatbed)
-
White cold
cathode
fluorescent lamp
×2
(front, back)
White cold
cathode
fluorescent lamp
×3
(front, back,
flatbed)
White cold
cathode
fluorescent lamp
×2
(front, back)
White cold
cathode
fluorescent lamp
×3
(front, back,
flatbed)
-
Light source
Scanning area
ADF
52 × 74 (mm) / 2.05 × 2.91 (in.) (landscape/portrait)
(*1)
Maximum
ADF
216 × 355.6 (mm) / 8.5 × 14 (in.)
(*2)
Paper weight (thickness)
-
216 × 297 (mm) /
8.5 × 11.69 (in.)
41 to 209 g/m² (11 to 56 lb)
127 to 209 g/m² (34 to 56 lb) for A8 size
1.4 mm or less for plastic cards (*3)
-
216 × 297 (mm) /
8.5 × 11.69 (in.)
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Minimum
Flatbed
Scanner
Overview
Various Ways to
Scan
-
Daily Care
(*4)
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Item
Specification
fi-6130Z
fi-6230Z
Notes
fi-6140Z
fi-6240Z
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200 dpi
Binary
Scanning
(black & white)
speed
(A4 landscape)
Grayscale
(*5)
Simplex: 40 ppm
Duplex : 80 ipm
Scanner
Overview
Simplex: 60 ppm
Duplex : 120 ipm
Color
How to Load
Documents
300 dpi
Binary
(black & white)
Simplex: 30 ppm
Duplex : 60 ipm
Grayscale
Simplex: 40 ppm
Duplex : 80 ipm
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Color
Loading capacity (*6)
50 sheets
Optical resolution
600 dpi
Output
resolution
Paper weight: 80 g/m² (20 lb)
Total thickness: 5 mm or less
50 to 600 dpi: configurable in 1
dpi increments
1200 dpi: available from scanner
driver
Binary
(black & white)
Grayscale
50 to 600 dpi, 1200 dpi
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Color
Grayscale level
8-bit for each color
Halftone pattern
Dither/error diffusion
Interface (*7)(*8)
USB 2.0/1.1 (*9)
B Type
Other
10-bit during internal processing
Ultra SCSI
Hardware real-time JPEG compression
*1: The minimum scanning area (A8 size) only applies to using the ADF. There is no limitation when using the flatbed.
*2: Long page scanning supports documents with a length up to 3,048 mm (120 in.).
For documents longer than 864 mm (34.02 in.), the resolution must be set to 200 dpi or less.
Shielded 50-pin high-density type
-
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*3: Up to 1.25 mm is supported for scanning at 200 dpi (60 ppm) in landscape when using fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z. This setting can be changed in the Software
Operation Panel to scan plastic cards with a thickness up to 1.4 mm.
For details, refer to " Scanning Thick Plastic Cards [Feed Mode] (fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z)" (page 179).
*4: The paper weight only applies to using the ADF. There is no limitation when using the flatbed.
*5: Note that this is the hardware limitation, and the software's processing time such as data transfer time is added to the actual time of scanning.
*6: The capacity varies depending on the paper weight. See "2.3 Documents for Scanning (ADF)" (page 41) for details.
*7: USB 2.0/1.1 and Ultra SCSI interfaces cannot be used at the same time.
*8: You cannot connect multiple computers to the scanner using both types of interface cables at the same time.
*9: Connection with USB 2.0 requires the USB port and the hub to support USB 2.0. Also note that the scanning speed slows down when using USB 1.1.
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Various Ways to
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Daily Care
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Consumables
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A.2 Installation Specification
Introduction
Item
Specification
fi-6130Z
fi-6230Z
fi-6140Z
fi-6240Z
Outer dimensions (W × D × H) (*1)
301 × 160 × 158 (mm) /
15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
301 × 567 × 229 (mm) /
15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
301 × 160 × 158 (mm) /
15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
301 × 567 × 229 (mm) /
15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
Installation space (W × D × H) (*2)
400 × 700 × 380 (mm) /
400 × 800 × 450 (mm) /
15.75 × 27.56 × 14.96 (in.) 15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
400 × 700 × 380 (mm) /
400 × 800 × 450 (mm) /
15.75 × 27.56 × 14.96 (in.) 15.75 × 31.5 × 17.72 (in.)
Weight
4.2 kg (9.26 lb)
4.2 kg (9.26 lb)
Input power
Power
consumption
Voltage range
100 Vac ±10%
Phase
Single phase
Frequency range
50/60 ±3 Hz
Operation
38 W or less
ADF
Flatbed
8.8 kg (19.4 lb)
45 W or less
-
5.36 W or less
Power OFF
1.0 W or less
Ambient
condition
Temperature
Operating: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F), Not operating: -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80% Not operating: 8 to 95%
Calorific value
Operation
Flatbed
Power saving
5.2 kcal/Hr or less
Power OFF
0.86 kcal/Hr or less
Shipping weight (*3)
6.5 kg (14.33 lb)
50 W or less
Daily Care
5.70 W or less
32.7 kcal/Hr or less
-
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Various Ways to
Scan
42 W or less
-
How to Load
Documents
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Power saving
ADF
8.8 kg (19.4 lb)
Scanner
Overview
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
36.2 kcal/Hr or less
38.7 kcal/Hr or less
-
43.0kcal/Hr or less
Operational
Settings
13.0 kg (28.66 lb)
6.5 kg (14.33 lb)
13.0 kg (28.66 lb)
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*1: The depth excludes the ADF paper chute and stacker.
*2: The required installation space is a reference for scanning A4 size documents.
*3: Includes the package weight.
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A.3 Outer Dimensions
Introduction
The outer dimensions are as follows:
Scanner
Overview
fi-6130Z/fi-6140Z
158
(6.22)
220
(8.66)
How to Load
Documents
301
(11.85)
Configuring the
Scan Settings
160
(6.30)
327
(12.87)
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Unit: mm (in.)
fi-6230Z/fi-6240Z
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
229
(9.02)
291
(11.45)
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
301
(11.85)
567
(22.32)
633
(24.92)
Operational
Settings
Unit: mm (in.)
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A.4 Scanner Options
Name
Imprinter
Black document pad
Model
FI-614PR
FI-624BK
Introduction
Supported
model
fi-6130Z
fi-6140Z
fi-6230Z
fi-6240Z
Description
Scanner
Overview
An option imprinter that can print text (e.g. alphabets, numbers) on the back of the
document after scanning.
It can be used to organize your documents by printing a name, date or serial number on
the scanned document.
For more details, refer to the fi-614PR Imprinter Operator's Guide.
How to Load
Documents
An option that enables scanning in black background on the flatbed.
It is available as a document cover with a black document pad, and can be replaced with
the standard document cover that has a white document pad.
It can be used to automatically correct skewed images or accurately detect the size of the
document when scanning with the flatbed.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Configuring the
Scan Settings
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
ScanSnap Carrier Sheet
PA033600013
fi-6130Z
fi-6230Z
fi-6140Z
fi-6240Z
Use this option to scan documents larger than A4/Letter size, as well as non-standard size
documents such as photographs and clippings.
When the bundled Carrier Sheet (×1) is too damaged or worn out to be used for scanning,
it can be purchased separately (5 sheets per set).
The Carrier Sheet should be replaced approximately every 500 scans. However, replace it
if damage or dirt is noticeable.
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
For details about purchasing the scanner options and more information, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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A.5 Uninstalling the Software
1
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Turn on the computer.
!
Exit all running software.
4
Select [Uninstall a Program].
5
Select a software to uninstall.
Select the [Start] menu J [Control Panel].
D The [Control Panel] dialog box appears.
D The [Programs and Features] dialog box appears with a list of the
currently installed software.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z Adobe® Reader®: [Adobe Reader]
z FUJITSU Scanner USB HotFix: [FUJITSU Scanner USB HotFix]
Log on as a user with administrator privileges.
2
3
z
z
z
z
z Scanner Central Admin Agent: Uninstall by referring to the Scanner
Central Admin 4.0 User’s Guide.
TWAIN driver: [Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows]
ISIS driver: [ISIS Driver - Fujitsu fi-6x30Z/fi-6x40Z]
Kofax VRS: [Kofax VRS]
Software Operation Panel: [Software Operation Panel]
(Software Operation Panel is installed together with TWAIN driver/
ISIS driver/Kofax VRS)
Error Recovery Guide: [Error Recovery Guide - Fujitsu fi-6x30Z/fi6x40Z]
Image Processing Software Option (Trial): Uninstall by referring to
the Image Processing Software Option User’s Guide.
ScandAll PRO: [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO]
After ScandAll PRO and ScanSnap mode, you can also remove
Scan to Microsoft SharePoint and ABBYY FineReader for
ScanSnap™.
ScanSnap mode: [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO ScanSnap mode Add-in]
Microsoft SharePoint: [Scan to Microsoft SharePoint]
ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap™: [ABBYY FineReader for
ScanSnap(TM)]
QuickScan Pro: [QuickScan]
Operating manuals: [fi-Scanner manuals for fi-6x30Z/fi-6x40Z]
6
Click the [Uninstall] button or the [Uninstall/Change]
button.
7
If a confirmation message appears, click [OK] or [Yes].
D The software is uninstalled.
The windows that appear and the operations differ by the
operating system that you are using.
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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Introduction
A
dpi (dots per inch)
Interface
Pick roller
A4 size
Driver
Inversion
Pick start time
A5 size
Dropout color
ISIS
Pixel
A6
Duplex scanning mode
J
Portrait
A7
E
Job Separator
Pre-pick
A8 size
Edge Extract
L
R
ADF (Automatic Document
Feeder)
Edge Processing
Landscape
Resolution
Eject roller
Letter size
S
Automatic size/skew detection
Energy Star
M
SCSI
B
Error diffusion
Moiré patterns
SCSI ID
Blank Page Skip
F
Multi Image
Simplex scanning mode
Brake roller
FCC
Multifeed
Smoothing
Brightness
Feed roller
N
T
C
Filter
Noise removal
Temporary error
Canadian DOC
Flatbed
O
Threshold
Carrier Sheet
G
TÜV
CCD (Charge-Coupled Device)
Image Sensor
Gamma
OCR (Optical Character
Recognition)
Color balance
D
Default setting
Density
Device Errors
Dither
Double Letter size
Grayscale
H
Halftone
I
Image processing
Imprinter
Intelligent Multifeed Function
Operating environment
Operator panel
Optical sensor
Overscan
P
Paper jam
Paper protection
Patch code
TWAIN
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
U
Ultrasonic sensor
Troubleshooting
USB
W
White reference sheet
Z
Zone OCR
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
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A4 size
A standard paper size which is 210 × 297 mm (8.27 × 11.7 in.).
A5 size
A standard paper size which is 148 × 210 mm (5.83 × 8.27 in.).
A6
A standard paper size which is 105 × 148 mm (4.13 × 5.83 in.).
A7
A standard paper size which is 74 × 105 mm (2.91 × 4.13 in.).
A8 size
A standard paper size which is 52 × 74 mm (2.05 × 2.91 in.).
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
A paper feeding mechanism which allows multiple sheets of documents to be scanned one sheet at a time.
Automatic size/skew detection
End of Page Detection:
Detects the end of the page and scans the length of the document.
Automatic Page Size Detection:
Detects the paper size and outputs the image data in the same size.
Black Background:
Sets the background color to black for scanning.
B
Blank Page Skip
A function that detects and automatically deletes blank (white or black) pages in a batch of documents.
Brake roller
A roller that prevents more than one sheet of documents to be fed into the ADF at once.
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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Brightness
Refers to the brightness of a scanned image.
C
Canadian DOC
A standard issued by Industry Canada, a department of the Canadian government, which sets out the technical
requirements relative to the radiated and conducted radio noise emissions from digital apparatus.*******
Carrier Sheet
A transparent plastic sheet designed for scanning documents that are larger than A4/ Letter size.
CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) Image Sensor
A sensor which perceives the light reflected from the document and converts it into digital form. CCD technology is the
basis of high quality image acquisition in scanners, cameras and other devices.
Color balance
The balance of colors in an image.
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Default setting
(Hardware)
Preset values from the factory.
(Software)
Values set upon installation of software.
Density
Refers to the deepness of a color in an image.
Device Errors
The following are lists of device errors which require troubleshooting by a service engineer.
Dither
The process by which a group of dots is arranged to reproduce the density of grayscale. Grayscale density is reproduced
by configuring preset dot patterns.This method requires less memory compared to multilevel gray.
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
Double Letter size
A standard paper size used in the United States and other countries (11 × 17 in.).
dpi (dots per inch)
A measurement of resolution which is used for scanners and printers. Higher dpi indicates better resolution.
Driver
A program specifically designed for operating systems, which enables interaction with a hardware device.
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Dropout color
A function which removes a specified color from a scanned image.
How to Load
Documents
Duplex scanning mode
A mode for scanning both sides of the document at once. (Ù simplex scanning mode)
Configuring the
Scan Settings
E
Edge Extract
A function which traces the boundaries between black and white areas, and extracts them as outlines.
Edge Processing
A function which decreases the density of bright colors (except for white) around black areas. Increasing the value for this
function removes dotted image noise and also produces “softened” images.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Eject roller
Rollers that feed documents from the ADF onto the stacker.
Daily Care
Energy Star
ENERGY STAR is an international standard for energy-efficient electronic equipment which was established by the US
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1992. The standard program has now been adopted by countries around the
world.
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Error diffusion
Method of halftone (pseudo-grayscale) image processing which is based on black & white pixel binarization. It sums the
optical density of a pixel and its adjacent pixels, then relocates black pixels in the order of density to minimize the difference
between scanned and output images. By diffusing the errors onto other pixels, the density data of adjacent pixels can be
binarized. This function suppresses moire patterns of dotted halftone images such as newspapers, and reproduces its
grayscale gradation.
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
F
FCC
Acronym for "The Federal Communications Commission", an independent United States government agency which is in
charge of regulating interstate and international communications via radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The Part 15
of the FCC regulations mentioned in this manual is designed to prevent harmful interferences on radio communication of
radio receivers and other devices which radiate radio frequency energy, and provides for the certification of radio receivers.
It also provides the certification of low power transmitters and the operation of certified transmitters without a license.
Feed roller
A roller that feeds the document through the ADF.
Filter
Refers to the following types of processing on a scanned image.
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Digital Endorser:
Adds alphanumeric character strings on the scanned image data.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Page Edge Filler:
Fills in the margins of the scanned image in a specified color.
Various Ways to
Scan
Flatbed
An input device of the scanner.
Used to scan documents that cannot be scanned in the ADF, such as books and magazines.
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
G
Gamma
A unit which indicates the changes in the brightness of an image. It is expressed as a function of the electric input power to
devices (e.g. scanner, display) and the brightness of the image. If the gamma rate is larger than 1, the brightness of an
image increases and vice versa. Normally, the gamma rate is set to 1 when reproducing the same brightness as the
original.
Grayscale
A method which expresses the gradation (density) from black to white in 256 levels.Suitable for scanning images such as
photographs.
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Halftone
Reproduces the color density in black & white by using dot patterns. This method is effective for scanning images such as
photographs in black & white.
How to Use the
Operator Panel
I
Various Ways to
Scan
Image processing
Refers to processing and outputting the scanned image via specified scan parameters.
Daily Care
Imprinter
A printer that can print text (e.g. alphabets, numbers) on the back of the scanned document.
It can be use to manage the documents by adding a name, date or serial number on the scanned document.
Replacing the
Consumables
Intelligent Multifeed Function
A function that excludes certain patterns of overlapping of documents that is detected as multifeed, by letting the scanner
memorize the overlap pattern.
For instance, when there is paper of the same size attached to a designated location on the page, the scanner memorizes
the location of the attachment and can be configured not to detect multifeeds for that location.
Interface
The connection that allows communication between the computer and the scanner.
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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Glossary
Inversion
A scanning method in which the black part and the white part of the image are inverted.
ISIS
ISIS (Image Scanner Interface Specification) is an API (Application Program Interface) standard for imaging devices (e.g.
scanners, digital cameras) which was developed by Captiva, a division of EMC Corporation (the former Pixel Translations)
in 1990. In order to use devices that comply with this standard, it is necessary to install a driver software that supports ISIS
standard.
J
Job Separator
A sheet to insert between documents in a batch for separating different jobs.
The following types of job separators are available:
Job separator with patch codes:
A sheet with patch codes printed.
Job separator with barcodes:
A sheet with barcode(s) printed.
L
Landscape
Orientation in which the short side of the document is set parallel to the feed direction.
Letter size
A standard paper size used in the United States and other countries (8.5 × 11 in.).
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M
Troubleshooting
Moiré patterns
Recurrent patterns on scanned images caused by incorrect settings of angles.
Operational
Settings
Multi Image
A function which outputs the image in both color/grayscale and black & white at once.
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Multifeed
Multifeed is an error when two or more sheets are fed through the ADF at once. It is also called a multifeed when a different
document length is detected.
N
Noise removal
A function which improves the quality of an image by removing isolated noise that appear as black dots in a white area (or
vice versa).
O
OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
A device or a technology that recognizes the text on documents and converts them into text data that can be edited. The
shape of the characters are recognized by the differences in the light reflected off the documents.
Operating environment
Conditions (e.g. temperature, humidity) required to operate or store the scanner.
Operator panel
A panel that consists of a display and buttons. It is used for scanner operations such as selecting functions and changing
settings.
Optical sensor
A sensor which detects the changes in the amount of light transmission. Paper feeding errors such as multifeed and paper
jam are detected by monitoring the passing of documents.
Overscan
A function that scans the document in a size larger than the specified paper size.
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P
Troubleshooting
Paper jam
Refers to an error in which a document is jammed inside the paper path or feeding is interrupted by documents slipping.
Operational
Settings
Paper protection
A function that detects anomalies in document feeding and stops the scan.
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Glossary
Patch code
A special code to let the scanner recognize the start and the end of each job or image mode.
Pick roller
A set of rollers which separates one sheet off the documents loaded in the ADF paper chute, and feeds the document into
the ADF.
Pick start time
The period of time between setting the document and until picking starts after the document passes the hopper empty
sensor.
Pixel
The dots that make up a scanned image.
Portrait
Orientation in which the long side of the document is set parallel to the feed direction. Documents/images are set/displayed
vertically.
Pre-pick
Refers to feeding the document in advance to the position to start scanning.
It shortens the interval between setting the document and feeding the document to the starting position.
R
Resolution
A measurement to indicate the quality (fineness) or an image. Resolution is displayed by the number of pixels within an
inch. Since image data is a collection of small dots (pixels), if the same image contains different amount of pixels, the one
with more pixels can express greater details. Therefore, the higher the resolution, the finer the image becomes.
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Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
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Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
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Troubleshooting
SCSI
SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) is a standard for interfaces, used to connect devices such as hard disks and
scanners. Up to seven devices can be connected by this interface (daisy chain). The data transfer rate is 10 MB/sec. at
maximum for Fast SCSI, and 20 MB/sec. at maximum for Wide SCSI.
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SCSI ID
Used to specify a particular SCSI device when the initiator selects a target or the target reconnects to the initiator.
Simplex scanning mode
A mode for scanning only one side (front or back) of the document.(Ù duplex scanning mode)
Smoothing
Refers to the removal of irregularities on diagonal lines and curves, which is a processing method commonly used in OCR
applications.
T
Temporary error
An error that can be fixed by the operator.
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Threshold
The value which is used to determine whether a certain color is black or white. Threshold value must be configured in order
to scan images with grayscale gradation. Each pixel is converted into black or white according to the specified value.
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TÜV
TWAIN (Technology Without Any Interesting Name) is an API (Application Program Interface) standard for imaging devices
(e.g. scanners, digital cameras) developed by TWAIN Working Group. In order to use devices that comply with this
standard, it is necessary to install a driver software that supports TWAIN standard.
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TWAIN
An institution that controls products for conformity with various standards related to security, usability and environmental
issues.
U
Ultrasonic sensor
A sensor that detects multifeed errors by ultrasonic soundwave. It detects multifeeds by monitoring the difference in the
amount of ultrasonic waves transmitted through the documents.
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USB
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a standard for interfaces used to connect devices such as keyboards and scanners. Up to
127 devices can be connected by this interface. It can be connected and disconnected without powering off the devices.
For USB 2.0, the data transfer rate is 1.5 Mbps in Low-Speed, 12 Mbps in Full-Speed, and a maximum of 480 Mbps in HiSpeed mode.
For USB 1.1, the data transfer rate is 1.5 Mbps in Low-Speed and 12 Mbps in Full Speed mode.
W
White reference sheet
The white part located inside the ADF which the scanner defines as white, in order to adjust the brightness of all other areas
accordingly.
Z
Zone OCR
A function which performs text recognition on the specified area of the scanned image.
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Introduction
Scanner
Overview
How to Load
Documents
Configuring the
Scan Settings
How to Use the
Operator Panel
Various Ways to
Scan
Daily Care
Replacing the
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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Index
A
Introduction
D
ADF
cleaning........................................................... 111, 112
loading documents ..................................................... 38
open/close.................................................................. 24
ADF paper chute setup................................................... 26
automatic page size detection ........................................ 49
daily care ...................................................................... 108
documents for scanning ................................................. 41
E
error indications............................................................ 126
F
B
flatbed
cleaning.................................................................... 115
loading documents ..................................................... 40
open/close.................................................................. 25
basic flow of scanning operation .................................... 32
before you contact the scanner service provider.......... 149
black document pad ..................................................... 196
brake roller.................................................................... 119
H
C
Carrier Sheet ................................................................ 196
cleaning
ADF (with Cleaning Paper) ...................................... 111
ADF (with cloth)........................................................ 112
Carrier Sheet............................................................ 116
flatbed ...................................................................... 115
inside........................................................................ 111
outside...................................................................... 110
cleaning materials......................................................... 109
configuring the scan settings .......................................... 51
consumables ................................................................ 118
conventions ...................................................................... 5
customizing the scanner settings ................................. 101
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Overview
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How to Use the
Operator Panel
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how to use this manual..................................................... 2
Daily Care
I
image scanning application ............................................ 35
imprinter ....................................................................... 196
introduction....................................................................... 3
ISIS driver....................................................................... 56
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L
loading documents .................................................. 37, 39
long page scanning ........................................................ 76
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Index
[Send to] button ............................................................ 101
Software Operation Panel ............................................ 153
configuration items ................................................... 160
Document check area specification for Multifeed
Detection .......................................................... 182
Dropout color............................................................ 173
Feed Mode ............................................................... 179
Intelligent Multifeed Function ................................... 185
Manual-feed timeout ................................................ 186
Number of paper feeding retries .............................. 175
Offset/Vertical magnification Adjustment ................. 169
Page Edge Filler....................................................... 171
Paper Protection ...................................................... 177
password.................................................................. 154
Power SW Control.................................................... 188
specifications
basic specification .................................................... 190
documents.................................................................. 41
scanner installation .................................................. 193
stacker setup .................................................................. 27
M
main features.................................................................. 15
manual feeding ............................................................... 90
mixed batch scanning..................................................... 47
multifeed detection ....................................................... 180
O
operational settings ...................................................... 152
operator panel ................................................................ 64
outer dimensions .......................................................... 195
P
page counter................................................................. 166
paper jam...................................................................... 125
pick roller ...................................................................... 121
post-scan operations and handling................................. 91
power saving mode ........................................................ 31
product label ................................................................. 151
R
replacement cycles....................................................... 118
replacing consumables................................................. 117
S
[Scan/Stop] button ........................................................ 101
scanner
options...................................................................... 196
parts and functions..................................................... 16
power on/off ............................................................... 23
Scanner Central Admin .................................................. 36
scanning
advanced scanning .................................................... 82
documents of different types and sizes...................... 68
ways of scanning........................................................ 67
T
troubleshooting.................................................... 124, 130
TWAIN driver.................................................................. 52
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U
uninstalling software..................................................... 197
Troubleshooting
W
waiting time .................................................................. 186
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fi-6130Z/fi-6230Z/fi-6140Z/fi-6240Z Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
P3PC-3342-01ENZ0
Issue date: June 2011
Issued by: PFU LIMITED
z The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
z PFU LIMITED is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting from the use of this scanner and procedures
described in this manual, profit loss due to defects, and any claims by a third party.
z Copying of the contents of this manual in whole or in part and copying of the scanner applications is prohibited under
the copyright.
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