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Getting To Know
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Operating Instructions
(For Copy & Network Scan Functions)
DP-180
Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely
and keep these operating instructions for future reference.
English
Appendix
Problem Solving
Network Scanner
Function
Making Copies
Model No.
Before Starting
Digital Imaging System
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Useful Office Functions
Copy
Fax/Email
• Copy up to FLS size originals.
• Capable of copying text/photos/
halftone originals.
• Plain Paper High-speed Super
G3 compatible Fax with JBIG
compression.
• Quick-Scan
• Quick Memory Transmission
• Email Function capability.
Scan/File
• Monochrome/Colour scanner
capability.
• Scanning resolution up to:
Monochrome : 600 dpi
Color
: 300 dpi
• A document can be scanned in
Colour.
Print
• Printer controller standard,
printer resolution 300 or 600
dpi.
Application Software
• Document Manager
• Document Viewer
• Network Scanner
• Utilities (Network Status Monitor, Address Book Editor, Network Configuration Editor)
• Panafax Desktop
■ The following operating instruction manuals are provided for this machine, please use the correct manual when operator
intervention is necessary.
<Copy & Network Scan>
Use the information provided on the enclosed CD whenever a Copy & Network Scan
function requires intervention.
For example: How to make copies, add paper, replace the toner cartridge, etc.
<Facsimile &
Internet Fax/Email>
Use the information provided in the DP-180 Facsimile & Internet Fax/Email Operating
Instructions manual whenever a Fax/Internet Fax function requires intervention.
For example: How to send/receive a Fax/Email, or when a trouble message
appears, etc.
<Print &
Other Advanced Functions>
Use the information provided on the enclosed CD for an explanation of how to
use as a Network Printer, Network Scanner, Edit Directory Dialing Feature,
Device Settings, Network Status Monitor, and/or Document Management System.
Multi-Tasking Job Table
Current
Job
2nd Job
Copy
Network Scanning
(Monochrome/Colour)
Internet Fax
GDI/PCL/PS
Printing
Storing
Receiving
Printing
Data Received Data
Document Transmission
Facsimile
(Sending)
Storing
Document
Memory
Transmission
Copy
Copy
Network Scanning (Monochrome/Colour), Internet Fax
Storing Document
GDI/PCL/PS Printing
Receiving Data
Printing Receive Document
Facsimile (Sending)
Storing Document
Memory Transmission
Facsimile (Receiving)
Memory Receiving
Printing Received
Memory Data
*
: Accepts and executes the 2nd Job.
: Accepts and executes the 2nd Job (Copy) only if the Current Job is interrupted.
: Accepts the 2nd Job and executes the 2nd Job after the Current Job is completed.
: Not applicable.
2
NOTE
*: HDD (DA-HD19) and additional 16MB (minimum) Image memory are required.
Facsimile
(Receiving)
Memory
Receiving
Printing Received
Memory Data
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Operating Instructions Outline
Getting To Know
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● Precautions
(See pages 7-13)
● Quick Operation Chart, Adding Paper (See pages 14, 15)
● Problem Solving, Memory Full,
Replacing Toner Cartridge, Removing Misfed Paper,
Error Codes (U Code/J Code)
(See pages 15-21)
Before Starting
● Control Panel Key/Indicator Names
Making Copies
● Operating Instructions for making copies
(See pages 24-33)
Function
● Changing the Initial Machine Modes
● General, Copier, Printer and Scanner Settings
(See pages 34-45)
Network Scanner
Problem Solving
Appendix
(See pages 22, 23)
●
●
●
●
●
Document Scanning
(See pages 46, 47)
Address Book
(See pages 48, 49)
Function
(See pages 50-51)
Remote Copy
(See pages 52-53)
Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable)
(See pages 54, 55)
● Troubleshooting/Machine Care
(See pages 56, 57)
● Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time
(See pages 58, 59)
● Specifications, Combined Function Table, Options and
Supplies, etc.
(See pages 60-64)
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Symbols/Icons
A
B
C
The following Symbols/Icons are used throughout this operating instructions manual.
Place original(s) on the ADF
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Before starting
Place original on the Platen
(Book)
When making copies
Place original on the Platen
(Sheet)
Press any Hard Key on the
Control Panel
When setting the machine
modes
Press Hard Key
When scanning document(s)
Input numbers
● Number of Copies, etc. Input text with a keyboard
Problem solving
Go to next step
Go to next step (below)
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Appendix
(Specifications, Index)
Getting To Know
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Getting To Know Your Machine
Table of Contents
Getting to Know Your Machine
Useful Office Functions .................................................................................................................. 2
Multi-Tasking Job Table .................................................................................................................. 2
Operating Instructions Outline ...................................................................................................... 3
Symbols/Icons ................................................................................................................................. 4
Precautions ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Operation Chart ............................................................................................................................. 14
■ Quick Operation Chart ................................................................................... 14
● Adding Paper .............................................................................................. 14
■ Problem Solving ............................................................................................. 15
● Replacing Toner Cartridge and/or Drum Unit ............................................. 16
● Removing Misfed Paper ............................................................................. 18
● User Error Codes (U Code) ........................................................................ 20
● Jam Error Codes (J Code) ......................................................................... 20
Before Starting
Control Panel ................................................................................................................................. 22
Making Copies
Basic Copy ..................................................................................................................................... 24
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1) .......................................................... 24
■ Sort Mode ....................................................................................................... 24
■ Position of the Original(s) ............................................................................... 24
■ Copying with Preset or Variable Zoom Ratios ................................................ 24
■ Using the ADF ................................................................................................ 25
Creative Features .......................................................................................................................... 26
■ 1
2 Copy ................................................................................................... 26
■ 2
2 Copy, 2
1 Copy ............................................................................. 26
■ N in 1 .............................................................................................................. 28
Other Features ............................................................................................................................... 30
■ Double Exposure ............................................................................................ 30
■ Skyshot Mode ................................................................................................ 30
■ Energy Saver (Power Saver Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode) ......................... 32
■ Job Memory ................................................................................................... 33
Function
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Machine Modes ........................ 34
■ Procedure ....................................................................................................... 34
■ General Settings ............................................................................................ 36
■ General Settings (For Key Operator) ............................................................. 36
■ Copier Settings ............................................................................................... 38
■ Copier Settings (For Key Operator) ............................................................... 39
■ Printer Settings ............................................................................................... 39
■ Printer Settings (For Key Operator) .............................................................. 40
■ Scanner Settings (Scan Parameters) ............................................................. 41
For Example ................................................................................................................................... 42
■ Changing the Paper Size (Paper Tray) .......................................................... 42
■ Changing the Paper Size (Sheet Bypass) ...................................................... 42
■ Department Counter ....................................................................................... 44
■ Network Settings ............................................................................................ 44
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Network Scanner
Document Scanning ..................................................................................................................... 46
■ Document Scanning ....................................................................................... 46
Address Book ................................................................................................................................ 48
■ Adding your PC's IP Address ......................................................................... 48
■ Editing/Erasing your PC's IP Address ............................................................ 48
Function ......................................................................................................................................... 50
■ Scan Parameters ........................................................................................... 50
■ Select Mode ................................................................................................... 50
Remote Copy ................................................................................................................................. 52
■ Remote Copy ................................................................................................. 52
Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable) ................................................................................. 54
■ Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable) ..................................................... 54
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 56
■ Machine Care ................................................................................................. 57
Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time ............................................................................. 58
Appendix
Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 60
■ DP-180 (For Copier) ....................................................................................... 60
■ ADF (Standard) .............................................................................................. 60
■ Network Scanner (Standard) .......................................................................... 61
■ 2nd Paper Feed Module (DA-DS188) (Option) .............................................. 61
■ Combined Function Table .............................................................................. 61
Options and Supplies ................................................................................................................... 62
■ Options ........................................................................................................... 62
■ Supplies ......................................................................................................... 62
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Precautions
■ Laser Safety
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel
should attempt to service this device due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
■ Caution Label
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Precautions
For Your Safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life, read this section carefully before using the Panasonic
DP-180 to ensure proper and safe operation of your machine.
■ This section explains the graphic symbols used in this Operating Instructions manual.
WARNING:
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION:
Denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
■ This section also explains the graphic symbols used in this Operating Instructions manual.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure
that must not be performed.
These symbols are used to alert operators to a specific operating procedure
that must be emphasized in order to operate the machine safely.
Installation and Relocation Cautions
CAUTION
Do not place the machine near heaters or volatile, flammable, or combustible materials
such as curtains that may catch fire.
Do not place the machine in a hot, humid, dusty or poorly ventilated environment.
Prolonged exposure to these adverse conditions can cause fire or electric shocks.
Place the machine on a level and sturdy surface that can withstand a weight of 22kg.
If tilted, the machine may tip-over and cause injuries.
When relocating the machine, contact your Service Provider.
When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet. If the
machine is moved with the power cord attached, it can cause damage to the cord which
could result in fire or electric shock.
Power and Ground Connection Cautions
WARNING
Ensure that the plug connection is free of dust. In a damp environment, a contaminated
connector can draw a significant amount of current that can generate heat and
eventually cause fire over an extended period of time.
Always use the power cord provided with your machine. When an extension power cord
is required, always use a properly rated cord.
If you use a cord with an unspecified current rating, the machine or plug may emit smoke
or become hot to the touch externally.
Do not attempt to rework, pull, bend, chafe or otherwise damage the power cord. Do not
place a heavy object on the cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks.
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Never touch a power cord with wet hands. Danger of electric shock exists.
If the power cord is broken or insulated wires are exposed, contact your Service Provider for a
replacement. Using a damaged cord can cause fire or electric shocks.
Stop operation immediately if your machine produces smoke, excessive heat, unusual noise, or smell,
or if water is spilt onto the machine. These conditions can cause fire. Immediately switch Off and
unplug the machine, and contact your Service Provider.
Do not disconnect or reconnect the machine while it is on. Disconnecting a live connector can deform
the plug and cause fire.
When disconnecting the machine, grasp the plug instead of the cord. Forcibly pulling on a cord can
damage it and cause fire or electric shock.
When the machine is not used over an extended period of time, switch it Off and unplug it. If an unused
machine is left connected to a power source for a long period, degraded insulation can cause electric
shocks, current leakage or fire.
Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for cleaning,
maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machine’s interior can cause electric shock.
Be sure to switch Off and unplug the machine before accessing the interior of the machine for
accessing interface cables, maintenance or fault clearance. Access to a live machine’s interior can
cause electric shock.
Once a month, unplug the machine and check the power cord for the following. If you notice any
unusual condition, contact your Service Provider.
● The power cord is plugged firmly into the receptacle.
● The plug is not excessively heated, rusted, or bent.
● The plug and receptacle are free of dust.
● The cord is not cracked or frayed.
Others
■ The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your
neighborhood, switch Off the machine. Disconnect the power cord from the machine and reconnect only when the
lightning has stopped.
■ If you notice flickering or distorted images or noises on your audio-visual units, your machine may be causing
radio interference. Switch it Off and if the interference disappears, the machine is the cause of the radio interference.
Perform the following procedure until the interference is corrected.
● Move the machine and the TV and/or radio away from each other.
● Reposition or reorient the machine and the TV and/or radio.
● Unplug the machine, TV and/or radio, and replug them into outlets that operate on different circuits.
● Reorient the TV and/or radio antennas and cables until the interference stops. For an outdoor antenna, ask
your local electrician for support.
● Use a coaxial cable antenna.
Operating Safeguards
WARNING
Do not touch areas where these caution labels are attached to the surface as they may be very hot and
cause severe burns.
Do not place any liquid container such as a vase or coffee cup on the machine. Spilt water can cause
fire or shock hazard.
Do not place any metal parts such as staples or clips on the machine. If metal and flammable parts get
into the machine, they can short-circuit internal components, and cause fire or electric shocks.
If debris (metal or liquid) gets into the machine, switch Off and unplug the machine. Contact your
Service Provider. Operating a debris-contaminated machine can cause fire or electric shock.
Never open or remove machine covers that are secured with screws unless specifically instructed in
the “Operating Instructions”. A high-voltage component can cause electric shocks.
Do not try to alter the machine configuration or modify any parts. An unauthorized modification can
cause smoke or fire.
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Precautions
CAUTION
Do not place a magnet near the safety switch of the machine. A magnet can activate the
machine accidentally, resulting in injuries.
Do not use a highly flammable spray or solvent near the machine. It can cause fire.
When copying a thick document, do not use excessive force to press it against the
document glass. The glass may break and cause injuries.
Never touch a labelled area found on or near the heat roller. You can get burnt. If a sheet
of paper is wrapped around the heat roller, switch the machine off at the wall socket and
allow it to cool down completely before attempting to remove paper. If it becomes difficult
to remove then contact Service provider.
Do not use conductive paper, e.g. folding paper, carbonic paper and coated paper. When
a paper jam occurs, they can cause a short circuit and fire.
Do not place any heavy object on the machine. An off-balance machine can tip-over or
the heavy object can fall, causing damage and/or injuries.
Keep the room ventilated when using the machine for an extended period of time to
minimize the ozone density in the air.
When copying with the document cover open, do not look directly at the exposure lamp.
Direct eye exposure can cause eye fatigue or damage.
Pull out paper trays slowly to prevent injuries.
When removing jammed paper, make sure that no pieces of torn paper are left in the
machine. A piece of paper remaining in the machine can cause fire. If a sheet of paper is
wrapped around the heat roller, or when clearing a jammed paper that is difficult or
impossible to see, do not try to remove it by yourself. Doing so can cause injuries or
burns. Switch Off the machine immediately, and contact your Service Provider.
Others
■ When clearing a paper jam or other fault, follow the appropriate procedure given in the Operating
Instructions.
Consumable Safeguards
WARNING
Never throw a toner cartridge into an open flame. Toner remaining in the cartridge can
cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Never throw toner or a waste toner container or a toner cartridge into an open flame. It
can cause an explosion and you can get burnt.
Keep button batteries out of the reach of children. If a button battery is swallowed
accidentally, get medical treatment immediately.
CAUTION
Never heat the drum cartridge, or scratch its surface. A heated or scratched drum can be
hazardous to your health.
Do not mix new and old batteries together. Otherwise, batteries can burst or leak,
causing fire or injuries.
Be sure to use the specified type of batteries only.
Ensure that batteries are installed with correct polarity. Incorrectly installed batteries can
burst or leak, resulting in spillage or injuries.
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For Your Safety
■ The maximum power consumption is 1000 W.
A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 4A, 220-240V AC outlet is required. Do not use an extension cord.
The power cord on this machine must be used to disconnect the main power.
Please ensure that the machine is installed near a wall outlet and is easily accessible.
Caution Note: Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before removing covers.
Supplies
■ Store the Toner Cartridge and paper in cool areas with low humidity.
● Use high quality 60 - 105 g/m2 (Sheet Bypass: 60 - 165 g/m2) paper.
● For optimum performance, it is recommended that only Panasonic Brand supplies are used in the machine.
● Certain types of transparency film may not be compatible and may damage your machine.
Consult with an authorized Panasonic dealer for advice regarding non-standard paper types.
(Panasonic has tested “3M CG3300” transparency film and found it to be compatible.)
● Panasonic recommends using high quality 60 - 110 g/m2 paper, using an inferior paper may cause excessive
paper curl, requiring you to empty out the Output Tray more often to avoid paper jams.
■ Use of other than genuine Panasonic supplies can damage the printer. This may void the warranty of the printer
and supplies. Be sure to use only genuine Panasonic Toner Cartridge (DQ-UG16H) designed for the machine.
Average yield for the DQ-UG16H is approximately 5,000 pages (5% coverage).
Note: Average yield is based on 5% coverage of the printable area with repetitive printing of 10 pages (Letter/A4
size, single side printing, default density). The yield of a Toner Cartridge varies depending on the coverage,
temperature, humidity, media, etc. Therefore, the average yield cannot be guaranteed. Continuously printing
10% coverage of printable area will reduce the yield of the Toner Cartridge to about half as compared to 5%
coverage printing. The maximum yield of the Toner Cartridge will not exceed 6,000 pages.
Installation
■ The machine should not be installed in areas with the following conditions:
● Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.
Ambient conditions Temperature: 10 – 30°C
Relative humidity: 30 – 80 %
● Where temperature and humidity can change rapidly, causing condensation.
● Direct exposure to sunlight.
● Directly in the air conditioning flow.
● In areas of high dust concentration.
● In areas of poor ventilation.
● In areas with chemical fume concentration.
● In areas with extreme vibration.
● With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).
Illegal Copies
It is unlawful to make copies of certain documents.
Copying certain documents may be illegal in your country. Penalties of fines and/or imprisonment may be imposed on those found guilty. The following are examples of items that may be illegal to copy in your country.
●
●
●
●
●
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Currency
Bank notes and cheques
Bank and government bonds and securities
Passports and identification cards
Copyright material or trademarks without the consent of the owner
Postage stamps and other negotiable instruments
This list is not inclusive and no liability is assumed for either its completeness or accuracy.
In case of doubt, seek legal advice.
Notice:
Install your machine near a supervised area to prevent illegal copies from being made.
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Precautions
Installation
For U.K.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13
amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362
or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
Check for the ASTA mark
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR
OFFICE
THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF
SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow : Earth
Blue
: Neutral
Brown
: Live
As the colours of the wires in the main lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug
“ or coloured GREEN or GREENwhich is marked by letter E or by the safety Earth symbol “
AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured
RED.
How to replace the fuse.
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace
the fuse.
N
Handling
■ Do not turn the Power Switch Off or open the Front Cover during copying/printing.
■ Energy Saver Mode Notice
● The following functions will not work if the Energy Saver Mode setting is set to the Shutdown
mode.
When using any of the following functions, we recommend that you leave the Energy Saver
Mode in the initial factory default setting (Sleep mode). (See page 36)
• Printer Function (USB Local and Network Connections)
• Internet Fax/Email Function
• Facsimile Function
When the LAN cable is not connect and DHCP DEFAULT is "VALID" (See page 37)
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■ Key Operator Password
● The Initial Machine Modes can be checked or changed with the Function Modes, however, these modes require
the Key Operator Password.
For Key Operator : When setting up this machine, please consult with the authorized service provider,
and decide on the Key Operator Password together, then record it and keep it in a
safe place for future reference.
■ Dept. (Departmental) Code
When the Department Counter function is set up, the Dept. (Department) Code
INPUT DEPT. CODE
input screen is displayed on the LCD Display. A registered Department Code (1 to
********
8-digit) is required to gain access to each secured function, or the secured Copy/
1 to 8-digit
Fax/Scanner function(s) cannot be used. Please consult with the Key Operator
regarding the Department Code(s) for the desired function.
Procedures :
Input a registered department code (1 to 8-digit).
Press the SET or START Key.
■ Number of Copies
The maximum number of copies is up to 999 (3 digit with keypad). During the copy mode, if you input 4-8 digit
numbers, they will be interpreted as being a phone number and displayed on the LCD, then the machine will
switch to the Fax mode.
■ Memory Full
If the memory becomes full during original scanning, the message “MEMORY FULL CONTINUE? 1:YES 2:NO”
will be displayed on the LCD. If this occurs, follow the instructions on the LCD. When additional memory is
required, consult with an authorized service provider.
■ Maximum Copies Limitation
After setting the maximum allowed number of copies for each department (see page 44), consult with your Key
Operator when the total copy count reaches the designated limit and the “DEPT.MAXIMUM COPIES HAS BEEN
REACHED” message appears on the LCD.
■ Power Switch
If the Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) is installed, to prevent a Scan Disk Function from being performed (similar
to Windows OS when the power is abruptly interrupted), it is important to follow the step sequence below when
turning OFF the Power Switch on the machine.
1. If the machine is in the “ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown
Mode)”, you may turn the Power Switch on the Left
Side of the machine to the OFF position. If it is not in
the “ENERGY SAVER (Shutdown Mode)”, continue
to step 2 below.
2. Press “FUNCTION” and “ENERGY SAVER” keys
simultaneously first. The Energy Saver Key will light.
3. Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine
to the OFF position.
■ Auto Reset Time
As the initial setting for Auto Reset Time is 1 minute, selected default operation mode backs to default operation
mode after 1 minute. If you wish to change Auto Reset Time, consult your Key operator. (See page 36)
■ DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
If your machine fails to log onto the DHCP Server, the message "DHCP NOT RESPONDING 1:RETRY 2:DISABLE"
will be displayed on the LCD.
■ Hole Cover
Do not turn the Hole Cover.
Original Position
Hole Cover
Hole Cover
<Front Side>
When the Hole Cover is turned
from original position to the
locked position, documents
cannot be copied from the Platen
Glass.
Locked Position
Do not turn
the Hole Cover
as illustrated.
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Operation Chart
From
ADF
or
Turn the Power
Switch on the
Left side of the
machine to the Adding Paper
ON position.
1
2
Face Up
A
B
C
■ Quick Operation Chart
If set in other
function mode
Original Guide* Tray
Adjust to the
(Max. 50 A4
original's width
size originals)
* Hold the guides by the center
when adjusting the width.
From
Platen
Original Guides
Face Down
● If the original is not positioned
properly, a portion of the original
may not be copied.
● For originals smaller than A5
size, position the original within
the A5 area and select A5.
Pull the Exit Tray
until it stops.
INV: Invoice, LTR: Letter
Exit Tray
● Adding Paper (Paper Trays: Tray-1 and Tray-2)
1 For Tray-1
Paper Tray
2
The Paper Level Indicator moves down
as paper level declines, warning you
that the paper is running out.
Paper Level Indicator (Orange)
Tray-1 Max. Level Indicator
1 For Tray-2 (Option)
2
Full
Empty
NOTE: When “ADD PAPER” message appears on
the display, Tray-1 or Tray-2 have either ran
out of paper or are not closed firmly (see
page 21). Replenish the paper in the tray(s)
or ensure that the tray(s) are closed.
Tray-2 Max. Level Indicator
● Adding Paper (Sheet Bypass)
Copying on Special Paper, etc.
1
1 Feed 1 sheet of paper at a time.
Face Up
14
Paper Weight: 60 - 165 g/m2
2 Adjust the width guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause
the paper to wrinkle, misfed or
skew.
NOTE: For envelope printing refer
to the Panasonic-DMS
Operating Instructions
manual included on the CD.
2
Until it stops
Push
Do not press Start until the LCD display
indicates “paper size” plus “ ”.
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4
3
5
Reduction/
Enlargement only
A4 ->A4 [A4 1]
ZOOM:100% COPIES:001
A4 ->A5 [A4 1]
ZOOM: 71% COPIES:001
Select desired settings
(See pages 24-33)
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
■ Copying onto Transparency Film (OHP), Thick Paper Stock, etc. (except thin paper)
Before Pressing Start Key
Making Copies
1 Open rear cover.
2 Catch the ejected copy (do not pull).
3 When finished close the rear cover.
Catch
Rear Cover
For Tray-1
Load Paper:
Face Down
Paper Weight: 60 - 105 g/m2
(2-Sided Copy:
75 - 90 g/m2)
Paper Capacity: 250 Sheets (75 g/m2)
NOTE:
Do not open the Rear Cover when copying
thin paper as it may cause a paper jam.
3
Firmly close the Paper Tray.
Paper Tray-1
For Tray-2
Load Paper:
Face Down
Paper Weight: 60 - 105 g/m2
(2-Sided Copy:
75 - 90 g/m2)
Paper Capacity: 550 Sheets (75 g/m2)
3
Paper Tray-2
NOTE:
1) To prevent paper jams or other problems,
adjust the paper guides (Length & Width)
when loading paper into the tray.
2) When changing the paper size, refer to
page 42.
3) Make sure that the paper is set properly
and that it does not exceed the Tray-1/
Tray-2 Max. Level indicator.
4) When replenishing paper into Tray-2,
please see page 21.
■ Problem Solving
NOTE:
1) When changing the paper size, refer to page 42.
2) Feeding paper into the Sheet Bypass at the same
time when the copying/printing has started and
paper is feeding from either Tray 1 or Tray 2, will
show "REMOVE MISFED PAPER J00” message
on the LCD display. When this occurs, remove the
paper from the Sheet Bypass to reset the jam
indication then resume copying/printing.
3) Do not leave a paper in the Sheet Bypass as paper
jam indication may display.
Adding Paper
(See pages 14 and 21)
Replacing Toner Cartridge
(See page 16)
Removing a Misfed Paper
(See page 18)
U## (User Error Code)
(See page 20)
J## (Jam Error Code)
(See page 20)
E## (Machine Error Code) (Call your Service Provider)
Maximum Copies Limitation
(See page 13)
15
Getting To Know Your Machine
Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving
● Replacing Toner Cartridge and/or Drum Unit
Low Toner Warning
Low Toner message will follow this progression:
(Replace the New Toner before toner runs out)
1
TONER IS RUNNING LOW Toner is Low.
U13 Machine can make less than 500 copies*.
1
* Based on 5% coverage. (See page 11)
Front Cover
WARNING TONER LOW Toner is nearly Empty.
LESS THAN 50 PAGES Machine can make less than 50 copies.
2
4
OUT OF TONER
3
Toner is Empty.
U13 Machine stops.
NOTE: When printing a large quantity of printouts or copies, the LCD may
skip directly to message 3 above.
Release Button
Toner (Old)
Drum Life Warning
Drum unit has reached replacement life,
following message will be shown on the LCD.
Replace the Drum Unit.
REPLACE DRUM UNIT
• Available yield for this Drum Unit (DQUH34H) is approximately 20,000 pages.
Order Form for Toner and/or Drum Unit
When order the Toner and/or Drum Unit, print the Order Form as
following procedures and send Fax to your authorized service dealer.
8
If set in other function mode, press the COPY Key.
Press the FUNCTION Key on the Control Panel.
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
Press "1" and SET Keys.
GENERAL PARAM.(0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
Press "6" and SET Keys.
SUPPLY FORMS?
1:TONER 2:DRUM
New Toner
Cartridge*
Drum Unit
* Please use the old Toner
Cartridge which was
removed in step 4 if it's
usable.
12
Press "1" or "2" Key to print Order Form.
Drum/Toner Unit
"1"
Toner Cartridge Order Form
"2"
Drum Unit Order Form
(ATTENTION)
● For optimum copy quality use the recommended Panasonic Toner
Cartridge. Store Toner Cartridge in a cool dark place.
16
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
Press "1" and SET Keys.
16
Getting To Know
Your Machine
2
Drum/Toner Unit
3
Drum/Toner Unit
1 To replace the Toner Cartridge:
Perform steps (4 - 14). (Skip step 6)
2 To replace the Drum Unit:
Perform steps (4 - 18).
(Skip steps 5, 7 and 10)
3 To replace the Toner Cartridge
and Drum Unit:
Perform steps (4 - 18).
To replace the Toner Cartridge only:
5
Drum
4
For replacing the Drum Unit:
7
6
Shake
10-15 times
Protective Sheet
New Drum Unit
Clean the excess toner
with a soft cloth.
(ATTENTION)
● Be careful not to scratch the surface of the Drum Unit (Green),
and not to touch it with bare hands.
8
Tape and Protective Cover
(ATTENTION)
● Do not remove the
protective cover unless you
are ready to use it.
For replacing the Toner Cartridge only:
9
New Toner
Cartridge*
10
Cleaner
11
Drum/Toner Unit (New)
12
Drum Unit
Each 3 Time
Drum/Toner Unit
Cleaner is included in the
Toner Cartridge.
NOTE:
Keep this Cleaner for feature use.
13
14
When Toner Cartridge has
been replaced.
NEW TONER REPLACED?
1:YES 2:NO
Front Cover
17
GENERAL PARAM.(0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
Press "5" and SET Keys.
5: Drum Replacement
1: Select "1: YES" if a new toner
cartridge was installed.
2: Select "2: NO" in all other
cases.
18
Place the Drum/Toner Unit
over the Guide Rails and
insert it until it stops.
15
Following steps (15 - 18) for
Drum Replacement only:
If set in other function
mode, press the COPY Key.
Press the FUNCTION Key on
the Control Panel.
16
When Drum Unit is replaced.
DRUM REPLACEMENT?
1:YES 2:NO
1 Press "1" Key.
2 Press RESET Key on the Control Panel.
17
Getting To Know Your Machine
Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving
● Removing Misfed Paper (Paper Feed/Paper Transport/Automatic Duplex Unit Area)
J44, J82, J83:
1
2
(Ex.)
REMOVE MISFED PAPER
J44
Misfed Paper
Rear Cover
NOTE:
The J## Code indicates the most
probable Jam location. If the jam
message reappears after the jam is
cleared, paper is most likely jammed
at other location(s). Check the Jam
Error Codes Table on page 20 for
other check points and remove all
misfed paper.
6
7
Misfed Paper
Pin
Pin
Paper Release Knob
(Rear Side)
J43, J44, J80:
Rear Paper Tray Cover
1
2
Drum/Toner Unit
7
Drum/Toner Unit
Front Cover
6
Drum/Toner Unit
Guide Rails
Place the Drum/Toner Unit
over the Guide Rails and
insert it until it stops.
● Removing Misfed Paper (ADF) : J70, J71, J79, J90, J92, J93
1
2
(Ex.)
REMOVE MISFED PAPER
J92
ADF Cover
Misfed Paper
Remove Misfed Paper
18
Getting To Know
Your Machine
3
4
5
Rear Paper Tray Cover
6
Paper Tray
Rear Cover
8
9
Front Cover
Paper Tray
3
Drum/Toner Unit
4
Misfed Paper
5
6
Misfed Paper
8
(ATTENTION)
● Do not scratch or touch the surface of the
OPC Drum (Green) with bare hands. The
OPC Drum is sensitive to light. To prevent
optical exposure problems, do not expose the
OPC Drum to direct sunlight or bright light.
Front Cover
3
4
Paper Transport Knob
Remove Misfed Paper
5
Misfed Paper
ADF Cover
Remove Misfed Paper
19
Getting To Know Your Machine
Operation Chart
■ Problem Solving
● User Error Codes (U Code)
U20/U21
U90
U01
U13
U16
Code
Check Points
Code
Check Points
U01
Front Cover is open.
U20
ADF Cover is open.
U13
Low Toner. (See page 16)
U21
ADF was opened while feeding a document.
U16
Drum Unit/Toner Cartridge is not installed
correctly.
U90
Battery requires replacement.
(See page 58)
● Jam Error Codes (J Code)
Code
Check Points
Code
J00
1 Remove paper from the Sheet Bypass.
J70,
Remove misfed paper(s) in the ADF.
2 Open and close the Front Cover.
J71,
(See page 18)
J01,
Pull out the paper tray(s) and remove the
J79,
J02
jammed paper from the tray(s).
J90,
Check to make sure the Paper Guides are
J92,
properly adjusted in the tray(s).
J93
J43,
Remove misfed paper(s) inside the unit.
J44,
(See page 18)
Check Points
J80,
J82,
J83
NOTE: ● The J## Code indicates the most probable Jam location. If the jam message reappears after the jam is cleared,
paper is most likely jammed at other location(s). Check the Jam Error Codes Table above for other check points
and remove all misfed paper.
● Make sure that the Jam Error Code disappears after removing the misfed paper.
● The Jam Error Code will not disappear if the paper is still jammed in the machine. Check again and remove all
misfed paper.
20
Getting To Know
Your Machine
ATTENTION
Correct
(Side View)
Incorrect
When the optional Paper Tray-2 is installed, and either Paper
Tray (Tray-1 or Tray-2) is not closed firmly, paper jam may
occur.
NOTE: When the optional Tray-2 is installed and the same size of paper is loaded in both trays, the paper will feed from
Paper Tray-2 first. This is the default setting, if you wish to change the setting, please consult with your service
provider.
(Adding Paper / Sheet Bypass)
If you wish to make multiple copies from the Sheet Bypass (Thick media), input the desired number of copies first, then
insert the first sheet of media into the Sheet Bypass and press Start. After each media sheet is processed, a “BYPASS
ADD PAPER” prompt message will appear on LCD display, feed additional media into the Sheet Bypass (one-at-thetime) until your copy job is completed.
(Adding Paper / Tray-2)
Always remove all paper from Tray-2, fan the paper and straighten the stack when replenishing paper. This helps prevent
multiple sheets of paper from feeding through the Tray-2 at one time, thus reducing paper jams.
21
Before Starting
Control Panel
1
2
32
No.
3
31 30
4
29 28
27
5 6 7
8
26 25
24
Contents
Icon
ORIGINAL Key
To select type of Original.
(See page 25)
4
11
23 22
No.
MEMORY IN key
To store the desired copy
job(s).
M1 Key
To store/recall a job or custom
original size stored in memory.
(See page 33)
1
9 10
21
Icon
12
20
13
14
19
15 16
18
17
Contents
COLOR Key
Use when scanning the
document.
(See page 46)
COPY Key
To use the unit as a
photocopier.
2
3
ENERGY SAVER Key
Saves power while the
machine is not in use.
5
RESOLUTION Key
ORIGINAL SIZE Key
Use when scanning the
To select an original size.
7
document.
(See page 46)
PAPER TRAY Key
COPY SIZE Key
Selects the paper tray.
Sets the Reduction/
9
Enlargement copy with
preset ratio.
(See page 25)
LCD Display
Indicates Number of Copies / Original(s), Machine / User Error Code, etc.
6
8
10
Cursor Key
To select the zoom ratio, etc.
11
Use to select original density, etc.
12, 13 , Used for Fax and Internet Fax/Email
Functions.
15
STOP Key
Stops the copy run.
16
ABBR Key
Use when selecting a station.
(See page 47)
START Key
Starts the copy job.
14
17
LCD Display (Copy Function)
a
b
c
d
A4 ->A4
[A4 1]
ZOOM:100% COPIES:001
e
22
f
a
b
c
d
Original Size
Copy Size
Rotating Paper Size
Paper Size in Paper Tray
(“PRESS ” indicates Sheet Bypass is out of paper.)
*
e Zoom Ratio
f Number of Copies
Icon
Contents
18
RESET Key
Resets all features to the initial
power-on state.
20
SET Key
Sets the parameter(s) of
Function settings.
22
24
26
FUNCTION Key
Use when changing the paper
size, initial function values
(default values) and key
operator settings.
ALARM LED (RED)
Lights/Flashes when trouble
occurs.
Lights:
Machine detected a trouble
status
● No paper in the selected
tray or toner has run out.
● Machine detected trouble,
such as paper misfed or
jammed.
Flashes:
Machine detected an alarm
status
● No paper in the Tray.
(Tray not selected)
● Toner is getting low, etc.
No.
19
Icon
Contents
Keypad
Sets copy quantities or
inputs the parameter(s)
of Function settings.
21
CLEAR Key
Clears the copy count in the
display.
23
ACTIVE LED (GREEN)
Flashes when machine is
active.
PRINT DATA LED (GREEN)
Flashes:
When receiving printing data.
Lights:
While printing.
25
Keyboard
Inputs the Station, Machine name(s) of the
parameter settings, etc. (See pages 47-51)
When inputting a special character, press the "_/()..." Key and use the ( / )
Cursor Keys to select a character.
When changing the stored character, move the cursor ( ) back to the character
and press the CLEAR Key then input a new character.
27
29
DARKER/LIGHTER
Keys
To adjust the Manual
Exposure.
(See pages 25 and 46)
DUPLEX Key
Selects a 2-Sided copy.
(See page 27)
28
SCAN/FILE Key
Used for network scanning.
30
N in 1 Key
Selects N in 1 copy mode.
(See page 29)
32
REMOTE COPY Key
Selects a Remote Copy. (See page 53)
31
DOUBLE EXPOSURE Key
Selects Double Exposure
mode. (See page 30)
NOTE: To adjust the brightness of the LCD display, press and while holding down the CLEAR
Key, keep pressing the ORIGINAL SIZE or COPY SIZE Key until the desired brightness
is achieved.
ORIGINAL SIZE : Dimmer
COPY SIZE
: Brighter
23
Before Starting
No.
Making Copies
Basic Copy
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1)
Copy size is automatically selected.
1
A
B
C
2
or
100%
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS∗
∗ FLS is available with
ADF only.
■ Sort Mode
Sort
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
Multiple copy sets are sorted
automatically.
2
Non-Sort
3
Copy is stored on the Output Tray.
NOTE:
Initial Sort Mode settings can be
selected within the Copier Function
Settings. (See page 38)
Initial Sort Priority Setting:
For ADF: 2:Sort; For Platen: 1:Non-Sort
■ Position of the Original(s)
For ADF
(Face Up)
For Platen
(Face Down)
● Feeds originals automatically
Up to 50 A4 size (75 g/m2)
(up to 30 FLS size)
Original Guides
● When copying
a thick Booklet,
do not close
the ADF.
2
A
B
C
■ Copying with Preset or Variable Zoom Ratios
1
Preset Ratios (ex: Enlargement)
A5
or
A4
Variable Zoom Ratios
Copies with variable zoom ratios from 50 % to
200 % in 1 % increments.
50%
200%
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS∗
∗ FLS is available with
ADF only.
24
3
4
Pressing the DARKER/LIGHTER
Keys to adjust the Manual Exposure.
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
DARKER Key
Select the type of Original(s) by pressing
ORIGINAL Key
TEXT/PHOTO : Text and Photo combined
PHOTO
: Mainly Photo
TEXT
: Mainly Text
From Platen only
The following steps, illustrate how to make
multiple copies when the Sort Mode is selected.
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1: YES
2: NO
Continues to copy another original,
repeat steps 1 and 4- 2 .
Starts making copies.
■ Using the ADF
3
For Preset Ratios
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS
For Variable Zoom Ratios
Up to 200% in 1%
Down to 50% in 1%
Upper Limit Indicator
(B)
B
A
B
C
Originals that cannot be used
● Post Cards, Drawing Papers, Transparencies, Labelling
Papers, Heavyweight Papers, Thin Art Papers, Film
Thermal Papers
Inappropriate Originals
● Paper with a smooth surface such as glossy and coated papers
● Transparencies
● Originals with a Lead Edge that is ripped, creased, folded,
punched, or glued.
● Mixed width size Originals
● Post-it Notes
● Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers
● Paper with excessive curl
● Stapled originals
● Freshly printed copies from a laser printer
● Originals with fresh White-Out (Liquid paper correction fluid)
A
Upper Limit Guide (A)
Set the originals up to
the upper limit indicator/
Original Guides
Adjust to the original’s width guide
ADF Tray
4
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
25
Making Copies
LIGHTER Key
Making Copies
Creative Features
2 Copy
1
2-Sided Copy
2
Short Edge
Originals
3
Long Edge
Originals
ABC
A
B 2
C1
This function can be combined with N in
1 function.
NOTE:
When using the Sheet Bypass, 1→2
Copy function is not permitted.
1
2
3
or
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS∗
∗ FLS is available with ADF only.
6
7
Steps 6 to 9 from
Platen only
D
E
F
1-Sided
A
B
C
■1
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
Next Original
1: YES
Go to next step.
NOTE: If “2: NO” is selected,
the machine will start
copying only 1-Sided
original.
■2
2 Copy
1 Copy
2-Sided
2-Sided Copy
1
2
A
B
C
2
2 Copy, 2
2-Sided
1-Sided Copy
A
B
C1
1
6
3
5
INSERT SECOND SIDE
ORIENTATION AS IS
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS
Page No.
3
Place the reverse side of the
original(s) of step 1 in the
order and direction of ejection.
Even Number Pages
Long Edge
Short Edge
Originals
Originals
5
Step 1
6
4
6
4
2
A
B
2C
26
: A4-R
SET ORIGINAL ON ADF
A
B
1C
NOTE:
When using the Sheet
Bypass, 2→2 Copy
function is not permitted.
A4
ABC
3
1 Copy
5
2
Odd Number Pages
Long Edge
Short Edge
Originals
Originals
Reverse Side
6
4
2
3
5
4
6 ~ 9
Select
Duplex mode
2 Copy : 1-Sided to
2-Side Copy
Long Edge
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
Making Copies
1
From
Platen only.
Bind Position
Within 10 seconds
Short Edge
8
PRESS START TO
CONTINUE
9
The following steps, illustrate how to
make multiple copies when the Sort
Mode is selected. (See pages 24 and 38)
10
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1: YES
2: NO
3
Exits this
mode.
Continues to copy another
original, repeat steps 1
and 5- 2 to step 8.
Starts making copies.
4
5
6
Select
Duplex mode
2
2 Copy : 2-Sided to
2
2-Side Copy
1 Copy : 2-Sided to
1-Side Copy
Bind Position
Within 10 seconds
For 2
1 Copy
Long Edge
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
Short Edge
7
PRESS START TO
CONTINUE
8
SET ORIGINALS ON ADF
NOTE: If the page count for the Back side does not
match the page count for the Front side (i.e.
page double-fed) of the 2-Sided originals, a
"TOTAL PAGE MISMATCH" will be displayed
and all scanned data will be cancelled. If this
occurs, restart from Step 1 and Step 5- 2 to
Step 7.
9
Exits this
mode.
27
Making Copies
Creative Features
■ N in 1
This function can be combined
with 1→2 function.
2
A
B
C
1
From two/four 1-Sided originals,
side by side, to 1-Sided pages.
or
● 2 in 1 Copy
● 4 in 1 Copy
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS∗
∗ FLS is available with ADF only.
A
B
C1
NOTE:
● If the original's Orientation is incorrect
when N in 1 copy mode is used, the
copy sequence may not reproduce
properly. If this occurs, change the N
in 1 default Orientation in the Copier
Settings, "Parameter No. 05 N in 1
DEF." (See page 38)
AB C
Portrait
Landscape
5
N in 1
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
1: 2 in 1?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
or
4 in 1
2: 4 in 1?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
or
or
2 in 1
1
● The COPY SIZE Zoom Ratio is
automatically selected when N in 1 Copy
Mode is used. You can also adjust the
reduction ratio manually if desired.
NOTE: If the desired COPY SIZE requires
less than 50% reduction ratio, the
size selection will not be displayed,
will be ignored, or the LCD will
display "FUNCTION NOT
AVAILABLE".
2 in 1
9
4 in 1
PRESS START TO
CONTINUE
10
For 4 in 1 Copy
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1 Select "1:YES".
2 Repeat steps 8 and 9.
3 Select "1:YES".
4 Repeat steps 8 and 9.
Combination for N in 1 copy operation.
2 1
1 2
2 1
2
A5 only
1 2
2
1
2
Layout
1
2
2
1
1
2 in 1
Originals
1
Mode
A5 only
1
28
2
3
For Preset Ratios
4
For Variable Zoom Ratios
: A4-R
A5
: A5-R
FLS
: FLS
Up to 200% in 1%
Down to 50% in 1%
6
7
8
Steps 7 to 11 from
Platen only
D
E
F
A4
Making Copies
5
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
9
1: YES
Go to next step.
Next Original
NOTE: If “2: NO” is selected,
the machine will start
copying only 1-Sided
scanned original.
The following steps, illustrate how to
make multiple copies when the Sort
Mode is selected. (See pages 24 and 38)
12
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
4
3
4
3 1
4 2
3
2
A5 only
1 2
3 4
1 3
2 4
2 1
4 3
3 1
4 2
3 1
4 2
4
2 1
4 3
3
2 1
4 3
4
2
1 3
2 4
3
1
1 3
2 4
2
Layout
2
4 in 1
Originals
1
Mode
Exits this
mode.
1 2
3 4
2: NO
Continues to copy another
original, repeat steps 1 and
6- 2 to step 9 (10: 4 in 1).
Starts making copies.
1 2
3 4
1: YES
1
11
A5 only
1
29
Making Copies
Other Features
■ Double Exposure
1
From 2-Sided originals to 1-Sided copies
(side-by-side image).
Original Size:
Maximum A5
ex. A5
2
Copy Size: A4
A
B
C
Front Side
Image
ABC
ex. A5-R
ABC
Front Side
Image
D
E
F
Front Side of Original
(Maximum size : A5)
Back Side
Image
DEF
A
B
C
Back Side
Image
6
7
Back Side
of Original
NOTE:
When opening the ADF
● An incorrect position detection of the
original may occur when a strong light
shines on the glass during this mode.
● If the original(s) have a coloured
background then this may affect the final
copy.
■ Skyshot Mode
Skyshot allows copying a manuscript
without generating dark borders even if
the platen cover or ADF is opened.
NOTE:
● An incorrect position detection of the original
may occur when a strong light shines onto
the glass during digital skyshot mode.
● An incorrect exposure may occur when there
is a black line at the edge of the original or
an image which the machine interprets as a
black pattern in the digital skyshot mode.
● If the original(s) have a coloured background
then this may affect the final copy.
30
Digital Skyshot Mode
Digital Skyshot allows copying a
manuscript without generating dark
borders even if the ADF is opened.
The default setting of Digital Skyshot
Mode is “OFF”. To use this mode,
change the default setting to “ON” in
the Function Mode (2: Copier
Settings).
(See page 38)
1
Opened ADF
4
The following steps, illustrate how to
make multiple copies when the Sort
Mode is selected. (See pages 24 and 38)
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
2: NO
Continues to copy another
original, repeat steps 1
and 4- 2 to step 7.
Starts making copies.
2
6
NOTE: If “2: NO” is selected, the machine will start
copying only 1-Sided original.
9
NOTE
● An incorrect exposure may occur when
there is a black line at the edge of the
original or an image which the machine
interprets as a black pattern in this mode.
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1: YES
PRESS START TO
CONTINUE
1: YES
Go to next step.
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
Select A5 or A5-R as
original direction.
8
5
Exits this
mode.
3
A4
: A4-R
A5
: A5
A5
: A5-R
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
31
Making Copies
3
Making Copies
Other Features
■ Energy Saver (Power Saver Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode)
These modes save power while the machine is not in use.
Power Saver Mode
1
2
To enter
or
Automatically enters
the Power Saver Mode
after 10 minutes from
the last copy job.
NOTE:
To adjust the default
Power Saver Mode
timer, see page 36.
Flashes :
Power Saver
Mode
To exit
or any keys
Sleep/Shutdown Mode
1
2
Automatically enters the Sleep/
Shutdown Mode after 10 minutes
from the last copy job.
NOTE:
To adjust the default Sleep/Shutdown
Mode timer, see page 36.
Modes
To exit
Lights :
Sleep/Shutdown
Mode
Power Consumption
Warm Up Time
Limited Functions
Normal Operation
Approx. 80 W
–
–
Power Saver
Approx. 20 W
Approx. 10 sec.
–
Sleep
Approx. 12 W
Approx. 15 sec.
–
Shutdown
Approx. 1.2 W
Approx. 18 sec.
● Printer Function
(USB Local and Network Connection)
● Internet Fax/Email Function
● Facsimile Function
(It may the case when the LAN Cable
is not connected and also "DHCP
DEFAULT" is in "VALID" setting)
(See page 37)
NOTE: When making copies (especially colored originals), the image may vary depending on the background color
of the original(s).
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■ Job Memory
Copy Job can be stored in Memory (M1) for recall at a later time.
● Job Memory mode will not be deleted even if the power switch is turned Off.
To store a job in memory
Set up the
copy job to
be stored.
3
2
Making Copies
1
To recall a job stored in memory
1
2
A
B
C
3
or
1
2 Select the original size
with the Original Size Key.
Number of
Copies
(Max. 999)
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Function
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Machine Modes
Copier
Settings
General
Settings
Printer
Settings
Fax/Email
Settings
Scanner
Settings
Input Key Operator Password (See page 13)
General
Settings for
Key Operator
Copier
Settings for
Key Operator
General Settings:
Printer
Settings for
Key Operator
Changing the Initial Machine Modes
● Power On Default Mode, Key Operator Mode, etc.
(See page 36)
For Key Operator:
Paper Size, Department Counter, Network TCP/IP
settings, etc.
(See pages 36 to 38)
■ Procedure
1
2
Select a
Function Mode
COPY
: General/Copier
Settings
FAX/EMAIL : Fax/Email
Settings
SCAN/FILE : Scanner Settings
Select a desired setting by pressing keys.
: General Settings
or
: Copier Settings
: Printer Settings
PRINT
: Printer Settings
Scanner Settings
(Scan Parameters) (See page 50)
Fax/Email Settings
Refer to Operating Instructions
(For Fax and Internet Fax/Email)
NOTE
34
● Please refer to the appropriate operating instructions manual for function settings on options.
● Function setting is accessible only when the machine is in Ready Mode.
Copier Settings:
Changing the Initial Copy Modes
● Default function of each copy mode
(See page 38)
For Key Operator:
Original setting, Contrast, etc.
(See page 39)
Printer Settings:
Changing the Initial Printer Modes
● Default function of each print mode
(See pages 39 and 40)
For Key Operator:
Job completion time, Page protection, Error page print, Spool
function, PS configuration, Font list print, Mailbox data
handling, etc.
(See pages 40 and 41)
NOTE: Normally, you have no need to set the Printer Settings.
When sending the text data from MS-DOS status to the
printer directly, such special printing may require Printer
Settings.
Scanner Settings:
Changing the Initial Scanner Modes
Fax/Email Settings:
3
Select a mode with the Cursor
Key or Keypad.
or
Changing the Initial Fax/Email Modes
Refer to Operating Instructions (For Facsimile & Internet Fax/
Email).
4
Setting the desired
Function Parameter(s).
Select a setting with the Keypad.
Confirm a setting with the SET Key.
5
When selecting the Key
Operator Mode:
(ex. General Settings)
4
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=_
Input the Key
Operator
Password (3-digit)
(See page 13)
Function
● Original default setting, Compression mode, Resolution, etc.
(See page 41)
Exits this
Function
Mode
5
Setting the desired Function
Parameter(s).
Select a mode with the Cursor
Key or Keypad.
Select a setting with the Keypad.
3 Confirm a setting with the SET Key.
6
Exits this
Function
Mode
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Function
■ General Settings
No.
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
POWER ON DEFAULT
Selects the default operation mode.
1:COPY / 2:FAX / 3:PRINTER / 4:SCANNER
1:COPY
01
SORT MEMORY USAGE
Selects whether to display the amount of sort
memory used on the control panel.
1:OFF / 2:DISPLAY
1:OFF
02
DEPT. COUNTER
Displays the Total Copy usage and copy limit of Consult your authorized
the selected department.
service provider
04
TONER REPLACEMENT
Selects whether the Toner Cartridge is being replaced.
Selecting "1:YES" will reset the Print Counter.
1: YES 2:NO
05
DRUM REPLACEMENT
Selects whether the Drum Unit is being replaced.
Selecting "1:YES" will reset the Drum Life Counter.
1:YES / 2:NO
06
SUPPLY FORMS
Selects whether to print the Order Forms for Toner or Drum Unit.
1:TONER / 2:DRUM
09
KEY OPERATOR MODE
Inputs the key operator password.
ENTER PASSWORD =
NOTE: When inputting above General Settings mode No., no need to input the first "0", input only the second number
of the two digit display.
The following Parameter Settings require the input of the Key Operator Password:
■ General Settings (For Key Operator)
No.
36
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
GENERAL LIST
Prints the general settings list.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
01
PAPER SIZE
Selects the Paper Tray and sets the Paper Size.
(See page 42)
1: TRAY-1 / 2:TRAY-2 (Option)
LETTER
→ A4
→B5 →A5 →LEGAL
PAPER TYPE (LETTER/A4 size only/Tray-1)
1:PLAIN / 2:OHP
03
AUTO RESET TIME
Selects the Control Panel reset time.
3:1 min.
1:OFF / 2:30 sec / 3:1 min. / 4:2 min. / 5:3 min. /
6:4 min.
04
ENERGY SAVER MODE
Sets the Energy Saver mode and time.
1:INVALID / 2:POWER SAVER / 3:SLEEP /
4:SHUTDOWN
Power Saver mode timer: 1-240 min.
Sleep/Shutdown mode timer: 1-240 min.
05
ENERGY SAVER TIME
Sets the energy saver timer (power saver mode) Start00:00
Start (ON): 00:00 End (OFF): 00:00
End00:00
Inputs Start and End time with Cursor Keys and
Keypad. Once you set power saver ON/OFF timer,
set timer repeats everyday.
06
LANGUAGE DEFAULT
Selects the default message language for the display. 7:ENGLISH
1:FRENCH / 2:GERMAN / 3:ITALIAN /
4:DUTCH / 5:PORTUGUESE / 6:SPANISH /
7:ENGLISH / 8:GREEK
07
SPECIAL TRAY 1*
Selects the paper tray to use for special paper.
1:NONE / 2:TRAY-1 / 3:TRAY-2 (Option) /
4:BYPASS
1:NONE
09
KEY/TOUCH BEEP
Selects the default touch panel sound level.
1:OFF / 2:SOFT / 3:LOUD
2:SOFT
*Available only when the optional Tray-2 is installed.
3:SLEEP
<to be continued>
■ General Settings (For Key Operator) (Continued)
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
ORIG. SET BEEP ADF
Selects whether to enable the sound when
paper is placed on the ADF.
1:INVALID / 2:VALID
2:VALID
13
DEPT. COUNTER MODE
Monitors the copy usage of each department.
1: TOTAL COUNTER
2: DEPT. COUNTER
3: DEPARTMENT LIST
Consult your
authorized
service provider
16
LANGUAGE PRIORITY
Selects whether to enable the language selection 1:OFF
menu to display when the machine comes out of
the Energy Saver Mode, or when the RESET
button is pressed once.
1:OFF / 2:ON
17
DATE & TIME
Sets the date and time.
Day, Month, Year, Time
Input the date and time using the Cursor Keys
and the Keypad.
18
DAYLIGHT TIME
Selects whether to enable the daylight time feature. 2:VALID
1:INVALID / 2:VALID
19
IP ADDRESS (DHCP)*1,*2
Displays the address which was reserved by
DHCP server.
20
SUBNET MASK (DHCP)*1,*2
Displays the address which was reserved by
DHCP server.
21
DEF. G/W IP (DHCP)*1,*2
Displays the address which was reserved by
DHCP server.
22
DHCP DEFAULT*4
Selects whether to enable the DHCP.
1:INVALID / 2:VALID
23
DNS SERVER ADDR*2
Selects whether to enable the DNS Server, and 2:VALID
sets its settings for Internet Fax/Email Function.
1:INVALID
2:VALID
<Sub Function>
1:HOST NAME / 2:DOMAIN NAME /
3:PRI. DNS SERVER (IP ADDRESS1) /
4:SEC. DNS SERVER (IP ADDRESS2)
24
MAC ADDRESS
Indicates the MAC address.
25
Formats the hard disk.
26
HARD DISK FORMAT*3
HARD DISK ERR CHK*3
27
ABBR GROUP ID
Inputs the group ID for the address book.
0-99
0
28
COMMUNITY NAME(1)*2
Selects whether to change the Community
Name(1) SNMP.
Enables read only.
public
29
COMMUNITY NAME(2)*2
Selects whether to change the Community
Name(2) SNMP.
Enables read/write.
public
Function
11
2:VALID
Selects the provision for the hard disk error check.
NOTE *1 When setting other than DHCP server Network settings, Parameter No. “22 DHCP DEFAULT” should be set to “INVALID”
first, then setup Parameter No.19 to 21.
*2 When Parameter No.19 to 23 (except 22) and No. 28, 29 are set, cycle the power by turning the Power Switch on the Left
Side of the machine OFF and ON.
*3 Available only when the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit is installed.
*4 When not connecting to LAN, setting of DHCP should be INVALID. When setting of DHCP at VALID and the
machine is in Shutdown Mode, there may fax reception would not be accepted.
37
Function
■ General Settings (For Key Operator) (Continued)
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
30
DEVICE NAME*1
Inputs the device name when required.
(For Status Monitor/EtherTalk Machine Name)
31
DEVICE LOCATION*1
Inputs the device location when required.
(For Status Monitor)
Panasonic DP-180
NOTE *1 When Parameter No 30 and 31 are set, cycle the power by turning the Power Switch on the Left Side of the
machine OFF and ON.
■ Copier Settings
Initial
Setting
No.
Modes
04
2-SIDED MODE DEF.
Selects the default duplex priority mode.
1:OFF / 2:1→2 / 3:2→2
05
N in 1 DEF.
Selects the N in 1 default mode.
1:ORIENTATION
Procedures: Select a Function
<Sub-Function>
For FLS1/A4-R/A5
(ex: ORIENTATION) then, select a
Sub Function (ex: PORTRAIT)
1:PORTRAIT
1:ORIENTATION
For A5-R
2:L-SCAPE
When selecting orientation, there are original
sizes, FLS1 , A4 , A5 , and A5 .
2: LAYOUT
You can change the original size with
of
<Sub-Function>
1: 2 in 1
cursor key.
<Sub Function>
<Sub-Function>
1:PORTRAIT
/ 2:L-SCAPE
1:L→R
Function
1:OFF
2:LAYOUT
<Sub Function>
1: 2 in 1 / 2: 4 in 1
<Sub Function: 2 in 1>
1:L→R / 2:R→L
<Sub Function: 4 in 1>
1: 1 2 / 2: 1 3 / 3: 2 1 / 4: 3 1
3 4
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2 4
4 3
4 2
06
N in 1 WITH FRAME*2
Selects whether to create the blank space
between copy images.
1:INVALID / 2:VALID
*2 Available only for 2 in 1 mode.
1:INVALID
07
DIGITAL SKYSHOT
Selects the default digital skyshot mode.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
09
AUTO EXPOSURE
Sets the auto exposure setting.
1: INVALID / 2: VALID
2:VALID
10
SORT PRIORITY ADF
Selects the sort priority when using the ADF.
1:NON-SORT / 2:SORT
2:SORT
11
SORT PRIOR. GLASS
Selects the sort priority when using the Platen.
1:NON-SORT / 2:SORT
1:NON-SORT
12
1→2 BINDING DEF.
Selects the binding location for 1→2 Copy.
1:LONG EDGE / 2:SHORT EDGE
1:LONG EDGE
13
2→1 BINDING DEF.
Selects the binding location for 2→1 Copy.
1:LONG EDGE / 2:SHORT EDGE
1:LONG EDGE
19
KEY OPERATOR MODE
Inputs the key operator password.
ENTER PASSWORD =
The following Parameter Settings require the input of the Key Operator Password:
■ Copier Settings (For Key Operator)
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
00
COPY SETTING LIST
Prints the copier settings list.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
01
ORIGINAL (HOME)
Sets the original default setting.
1:TEXT / 2:TEXT/PHOTO / 3:PHOTO
2:TEXT/PHOTO
02
TEXT CONTRAST
Selects the contrast setting for the Text mode.
1-5
3
03
T/P CONTRAST
Selects the contrast setting for the Text/Photo mode. 3
1-5
04
PHOTO CONTRAST
Selects the contrast setting for the Photo mode. 3
1-5
05
MAX. COPY SETTING
Determines the maximum number of copies/
sets allowed to be copied.
1-999
08
MEM. FULL ACTION
Selects the action to take during memory full condition. 1:PRINT
1:PRINT / 2:CANCEL
09
TONER SAVE (TEXT)
Selects the toner save in Text mode.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
10
TONER SAVE (T/P)
Selects the toner save in Text/Photo mode.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
11
TONER SAVE (PHOTO)
Selects the toner save in Photo mode.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
999
Function
No.
■ Printer Settings
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
00
NUMBER OF PRINTS
Sets the initial number of prints
1-999
1
01
PAPER SIZE
Sets the paper size setting.
A4
LETTER / INVOICE / FLS1 / FLS2 / A4 /
B5 / A5 / LEGAL
Sheet Bypass only: INVOICE, B5, A5, FLS1/FLS2
02
PAPER TRAY
Sets the default Paper Tray setting.
AUTO / BYPASS / TRAY-1 / TRAY-2 (Option)
AUTO
03
PRINT DIRECTION
Sets the default print direction setting.
1:PORTRAIT / 2:L-SCAPE
1:PORTRAIT
04
PRINT DATA
Determines the provision of the print data.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
<to be continued>
39
Function
■ Printer Settings (Continued)
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
05
2-SIDED PRINT
Selects whether the 2-Sided print setting is
enabled.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
06
BIND POSITION
Sets the bind position.
1:LONG EDGE / 2:SHORT EDGE
1:LONG EDGE
07
RESOLUTION
Sets the resolution setting.
1:300dpi / 2:600dpi / 3:1200dpi
2:600dpi
08
FONT (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL font.
0-99
0
09
SYMBOL TABLE (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL symbol table.
0-35
11
10
PITCH (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL pitch.
0.44-99.99
10.00
11
POINT SIZE (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL point size.
4.00-999.75
12.00
12
LINES/PAGE (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL lines/page.
5-128
60
13
RETURN CHARACTER (PCL)*1
Sets the PCL return character.
1:CR / 2:CR+LF
1:CR
14
MUTUAL A4/LETTER
Selects whether the mutual size A4/LETTER is
enabled.
1:OFF / 2:ON
1:OFF
15
MAILBOX MEMORY*2
Indicates the mailbox memory status.
19
KEY OPERATOR MODE
Inputs the key operator password.
ENTER PASSWORD =
*1 Available only when the optional Printer Controller Module is installed.
*2 Available only when the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit is installed.
The following Parameter Settings require the input of the Key Operator Password:
■ Printer Settings (For Key Operator)
No.
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
PRINTER SETTINGS
Prints the printer settings.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
01
COMPLETION TIME
Sets the job completion time setting.
1-999SEC (second)
02
PAGE PROTECTION
Selects whether to enable automatic
1:OFF
compression when the received data exceeds
the page memory capacity.
(This is accomplished by reducing resolution,
and/or deleting pixels to fit the data onto the
available page memory, then print it out.)
When the setting is in the "OFF" position, upon
exceeding the page memory capacity, the print
job is deleted and an Error message is displayed.
1:OFF / 2:ON
180SEC
<to be continued>
40
■ Printer Settings (For Key Operator) (Continued)
No.
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
ERROR PAGE PRINT
Select whether to print the error page.
1:OFF / 2:ON
2:ON
04
SPOOL FUNCTION
Select whether to enable the spool function.
1:OFF / 2:ON
2:ON
05
TEXT PRINT
Select whether to print the text page only.
1:OFF / 2:ON
2:ON
06
PS CONFIGURATION*1
Prints the PS configuration page.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
07
FONT LIST PRINT (PCL)*2
Sets the PCL printing font list.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
08
FONT LIST PRINT (PS)*1
Sets the font list print of PS.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
09
MAILBOX DATA HOLD*3
Select the automatic holding time frame for the
mailbox data.
Infinity / 1 DAY / 2 DAYS / 3 DAYS / 4 DAYS /
5 DAYS / 6 DAYS / 7 DAYS
7 DAYS
10
DELETE MAILBOX*3
Select whether to delete the mailbox data.
1:ALL / 2:BEFORE
2:BEFORE
12
APPLETALK ZONE*1
Inputs a AppleTalk zone name.
Function
03
*1 Available only when the optional Multi Page Description Language Controller Module is installed.
*2 Available only when the optional Printer Controller Module is installed.
*3 Available only when the optional Hard Disk Drive Unit is installed.
■ Scanner Settings (Scan Parameters)
No.
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
SCANNER SETTINGS
Prints the scanner settings.
PRESS SET TO PRINT
01
ORIGINAL MODE
Sets the original default setting.
1:TEXT / 2:TEXT/PHOTO / 3:PHOTO
2:TEXT/PHOTO
02
COMPRESSION MODE
Sets the default compression mode setting.
1:MH / 2:MR / 3:MMR / 4:JBIG
4:JBIG
03
RESOLUTION
Sets the default resolution setting.
1:STANDARD 2:FINE 3:S-FINE
2:FINE
05
FILE TYPE/NAME
Selects the XMT default file format.
1:TIFF/JPEG / 2:PDF
1:TIFF/JPEG
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Function
For Example
■ Changing the Paper Size (Paper Tray)
The Paper Trays are designed to accommodate B5, A5, A4, Letter, Legal Size paper.
1
2
3
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
If set in other
function mode
7
1: General Settings
8
KEY OPR. MODE (00-31)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
01 PAPER SIZE
1:TRAY-1[A4
]
or
01 PAPER SIZE
13
14
15 For Legal size
For other size
Push
Push
Guide B
Guide A
Release
Button
Paper Tray
Paper Guide A/B Adjustment
Paper Guide A Length Adjustment
■ Changing the Paper Size (Sheet Bypass)
The Sheet Bypass is designed to accommodate B5, A5, A4, FLS1, FLS2, Invoice, Letter, Legal Size paper and
Transparency Film.
1
If set in other function mode
3
2
Until it stops
Push
Face Up
1 Feed 1 sheet of paper at a time.
Paper Weight: 60 - 165 g/m2
2 Adjust the width guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause
the paper to wrinkle, misfed or
skew.
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NOTE:
For envelope printing refer to
the Panasonic-DMS Operating
Instructions manual included
on the CD.
4
5
1:GENERAL SETTINGS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
6
GENERAL PARAM. (0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=_
7
or
3-digit
(See page 13)
9 (09 KEY OPERATOR MODE)
9
10
TRAY-1
A4
11
∨ ^
LETTER
12
When selecting the
Tray-1 with LETTER/
A4 size media.
PAPER TYPE=PLAIN
1:PLAIN 2:OHP
A4
13
B5
*
LEGAL
*A5 size except TRAY-2.
1:PLAIN
2:OHP
16
When the optional 2nd
Paper Feed Module
(TRAY-2) is installed,
press the SET Key once
and repeat steps 9 to 10.
* A5 size except TRAY-2.
Paper Tray
4
A4 ->A4 [A4 *]
ZOOM:100% COPIES:001
Function
A5
5
6
Select Paper Size
7
Select the Paper Type
For LETTER/A4
PAPER TYPE=PLAIN
1:PLAIN 2:HVY 3:OHP
Others
LETTER
(Letter-R)
INVOICE
(Invoice-R)
PAPER TYPE=PLAIN
1:PLAIN 2:HEAVY
FLS1
FLS2
A4
or
B5
A5
(A5-R)
LEGAL
NOTE:
“3:OHP” will be
displayed only when
paper size for A4 or
Letter is selected.
or
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Function
For Example
■ Department Counter
The Department Counter feature can limit the number of copies, administer counters and Identification Code numbers
for each department. (Maximum Number of Departments: 50)
Contact your authorized service provider to enable the Department Counter feature.
1
2
3
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
If set in other
function mode
7
1: General Settings
8
KEY OPR. MODE (00-31)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
13 DEPT. COUNTER MODE
1: TOTAL COUNTER
or
13 DEPT. COUNTER MODE
11
For Department Counter
For Maximum Copies
DEPT. COUNTER
01:123145
For ID (Identification) Code
MAX COPIES
01:12345678
Clear the
counter to "0".
ID CODE
01:12345678
■ Network Settings
1
When the Parameter No. “22 DHCP DEFAULT” is set
to “INVALID”, the Key Operator must administer the
following Network settings manually.
Enter these required Network setting: "19 TCP/IP
ADDRESS”, “20 TCP/IP SUBNET MSK” and “21 TCP/
IP G/W ADDR.”, in the same manner as shown in the
following example.
5
44
19 TCP/IP ADDRESS
19 TCP/IP ADDRESS
192.168.1.100
Input the TCP/IP Address
Ex.: 192.168.1.100
Use the “ ” key to enter a period.
1 → 9 → 2 →
→ 1 → 6 → 8 →
→ 1 → → 1 → 0 → 0
ID Code
(1 to 8-digit)
Maximum
number of
Copies (8-digit)
6
Same procedure as
steps 1 to 6 above.
20 TCP/IP SUBNET MSK
Input Subnet Mask same
procedure as step 5.
4
5
GENERAL PARAM. (0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
6
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=
7
or
3-digit
(See page 13)
9 (09 KEY OPERATOR MODE)
9
DEPT. CODE (1-50)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
10
DEPT. COUNTER
01:123450 MAX COPIES
01:123456 ID CODE
SET
01:0123
SET
SET
Function
DEPT. COUNTER
02:123500 MAX COPIES
02:125000 ID CODE
SET
02:45678
Department
No (01-50)
SET
12
Next Department
11
or
2
KEY OPR. MODE (00-31)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
3
22 DHCP DEFAULT
2:VALID
4
Select
“19 TCP/IP ADDRESS ”
5
or
7
21 TCP/IP G/W ADDR.
Input Gateway Address
same procedure as step 5.
(4 times)
1:INVALID
22 DHCP DEFAULT
8
9
Turn the Power
Switch on the Left
Side of the machine
OFF and ON.
(See page 13)
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Network Scanner
■ Document Scanning
When the Panasonic Document Management System
(Panasonic-DMS) is installed and configured on your
PC, document(s) can be scanned from the machine to
the PC.
Direct Connection
(with Crossover Cable, see page 54)
● Document Scanning directly from the machine to
your PC using Windows “My Network Places” or
“Network Neighborhood”.
NOTE:
USB Port is used for printing only, and is not
available for local scanning.
1
A
B
C
Document Scanning
2
or
Select
scanning
mode
Original Size
(FLS: with
ADF only)
A4
A5
A5
FLS1
NOTE
If the PC's IP address is not
shown on the LCD of the
machine, register the PC's IP
address using the machine's
Control Panel. (See page 48)
● ONE-TOUCH or ABBR No.
Selecting the Scanning Resolution
For Monochrome
Scanning
Monochrome/Colour
STANDARD: 150 x 150 dpi*/75 x 75 dpi
* Only available when Original setting at TEXT
mode. (See page 25)
FINE : 300 x 300 dpi/150 x 150 dpi
S-FINE : 600 x 600 dpi/300 x 300 dpi
(STANDARD : When the FINE/S-FINE
indicator is not lit.)
CONTRAST
NO.=
1:CONTRAST 2:DENSITY
1 Press DARKER/
For Colour Scanning
LIGHTER Keys.
2 Select "1" for
Contrast or "2" for
Density.
3 Adjust Contrast or
Colour
(illuminates)
Density with
DARKER/LIGHTER
Keys.
Monochrome
4 Press SET Key.
When adding a file name, selecting a compression format or gray scale
mode.
(See page 50)
With the ADF (Skip to step 8)
4
SCANNING DOCUMENT
PAGES=001
00%
46
5
On the Platen
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1: YES
or
2: No (Skip to step 8)
Next Original
Select a Station (PC's IP Address)
3-1
ABBR
3-2
3-3
4
ABBR No.
(2-digit)
ABBR. [_ ]
ENTER ABBR NO.
DIRECTORY
SEARCH
3-1
[01]SALES
10.74.252.66
SCANNING DOCUMENT
PAGES=001
01%
3-2
3-3
4
Enter a letter(s) of
a name you wish
to search
ENTER LETTER (S)
_
3-1
3
[06]SALES_3
[05]SALES_2
10.74.252.66
[01]SALES
10.74.252.66
10.74.252.66
3
* Available only when
the Fax Parameter No.
119 setting is set to “1:
ONE TOUCH” or “2:
QUICK NAME
SEARCH”.
3-2
Enter a letter of a name
you wish to search
4
2 Select a station
[06]SALES_3
[05]SALES_2
10.74.252.66
[01]SALES
10.74.252.66
10.74.252.66
ONETOUCH*
3-1
3-2
4
<10>PANA
10.74.252.63
6
PRESS START
A4
7
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
1:YES
Continues to scan another
original(s), repeat steps 5 and 6.
2:NO
None next original.
8
DATA IS BEING
TRANSFERRED TO PC
TRANSFER COMPLETED
47
Network Scanner
QUICK
NAME
SEARCH*
ENTER LETTER (S)
SA_
Network Scanner
Address Book
■ Adding your PC's IP Address
If the Scanner Configuration is not set with the Panasonic Communications Utility of Panasonic-DMS software (refer
to Panasonic-DMS CD-ROM), input your PC's IP Addresses using the machine's Keyboard.
1
2
3
12-APR-2004 04:28
READY TO SCAN
FUNCTION
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
1: SET MODE
7
8
1:ONE-TOUCH
2:ABBR NO.
:One-Touch
For ONE-TOUCH
9
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TCH OR ∨ ^
IP ADDRESS
One-Touch Key*
0-9,
For ABBR No.
or
:ABBR No.
<13>
ABBR [_ ]
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
NOTE:
* If your machine sounds an
alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 8, this
indicates that the One-Touch
has already been registered
for a Fax/Email station.
ex. 10.74.252.66
7 4
1 0
5 2
6
ABBR No.
2
6
When changing a number, move the
cursor ( ) over the number you wish to
change and overwrite it with a New
number.
■ Editing/Erasing your PC's IP Address
If you have to change or erase any of the Address Book stations, follow the steps below.
1
2 For Editing
IP ADDRESS
<13>
Follow the same procedures as steps 1 to 8
10.74.252.66
above, “Adding your PC's IP Address”.
When changing a number,
move the cursor ( ) over the
number you wish to change
and overwrite it with a New
number.
2
For Erasing
IP ADDRESS
10.74.252.66
48
<13>
4
1:SET MODE?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
5
6
SET MODE
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
1:ADDRESS BOOK ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
7
10
11
Enter a Station
Name
PC
<13>
(Max. 40 characters)
When inputting a special character,
press the "_/()..." Key and use the (
Cursor Keys to select a character.
FTP: Consult with your network
administrator.
/ )
When changing the stored character, move the cursor ( ) back to the
character and press the CLEAR Key then input a new character.
3
4
Enter a new Station
Name
STATION NAME
SALES 01
PORT NUMBER
6509
<13>
5
DESTINATION : PC
1:PC 2:FTP
When continuously
registering ONE-TOUCH/
ABBR No., repeat step 8 to
12- 1 .
Network Scanner
STATION NAME
SALES
12
DESTINATION : PC
1:PC 2:FTP
PORT NUMBER
6509
PC
(Max. 40 characters)
FTP: Consult with your network
administrator.
3
IP ADDRESS
_
<13>
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Network Scanner
Function
■ Scan Parameters
1
2
3
12-APR-2004 04:28
READY TO SCAN
FUNCTION
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
1: SET MODE
7
SCAN PARAM. (0-5)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
Refer to Function settings on page 41.
● Prints Scanner Settings List
Sets Original Mode
Sets Compression Mode
Sets Resolution
Sets File Type/Name
or
■ Select Mode
When adding a file name, selecting a compression format or gray scale mode before scanning document(s).
1
2
3
12-APR-2004 04:28
READY TO SCAN
FUNCTION
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
2: SELECT
MODE?
For Scan File Name
6
1:SCAN FILE NAME ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
7
8
FILE TYPE=TIFF/JPEG
1:TIFF/JPEG 2:PDF
FILE NAME=DATE&TIME
1:DATE&TIME 2:CUSTOM
:TIFF/JPEG
or
or
:PDF
For Compression
6
2:COMPRESSION ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
7
COMPRESSION :JBIG
3:MMR 4:JBIG
: MH
or
50
: MMR
or
: MR
: JBIG
4
1:SET MODE ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
5
6
SET MODE
(1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
2:SCAN PARAMETERS ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
7
4
2:SELECT MODE ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
5
SELECT MODE
(1-3)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
6
Network Scanner
: Scan File Name
When adding a file name.
or
: Compression
When selecting a compression format.
or
(When Custom is Selected)
SCAN FILE NAME
ENTER NAME
: Gray Scale
When scanning the Colour original with
Gray Scale mode.
When inputting a special character,
press the "_/()..." Key and use the ( / )
Cursor Keys to select a character. (Maximum. 40)
When changing the stored character, move the cursor ( )
back to the character you wish to replace and press the
CLEAR Key then input a new character.
For Gray Scale
6
3:GRAY SCALE ?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
7
GRAY SCALE=OFF
1:OFF
2:ON
or
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Network Scanner
Remote Copy
Scanned image data can be printed on other Printer through
PC in the network.
When using this function, register the Station (Machine Name/
Printer) (See page 48), the Panasonic-DMS should be installed
and Panasonic Communication Utility is figured on other PC.
For Panasonic Communication Utility, refer to Operating
Instructions (For Document Management System and Printer).
1
A
B
C
■ Remote Copy
or
Ex. Colour Document
5
Network
ENTER STATION
THEN PRESS START
Default Printer
Local or Network
Connection
Ex.
Colour Printer
Prints
with Colour
Select scanning
mode
● Resolution,
Contrast,
Density (Colour
Scanning) only
(See page 46).
Select
Scanning Size
(FLS: with ADF
only)
A4
A5
A5
FLS1
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REMOTE COPY
NO. OF COPY=_
Number of
Copies
(1-99)
6
ENTER STATION
THEN PRESS START
4
5
7
Select a Station
(PC's IP Address)
(See page 47)
PC will output the received data
to the default (desired) printer.
Scanned image data will be
transferred to selected PC.
NOTE:
The paper size defaults to the
size which has been set by the
remote copy configuration and
the output printer driver. There
are times when the paper size
differs from the scanning size
assigned in Step 5.
(Refer to the Remote Copy
Section on the Operating
Instructions for Document
Management System and
Printer.)
Network Scanner
3
2
53
Network Scanner
Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable)
■ Direct Connection (with Crossover Cable)
1
2 Connect a Crossover LAN Cable between your machine
and the PC.
Turn OFF* the Power
Switch (Machine and the
PC).
To
Machine
To PC
LINK
10/100BAS
E-TX
RX
HANDSE
T
TEL
LINE
LAN Cable (Crossover)
LAN Cable (Crossover)
(Rear Side of Machine)
(Rear Side of PC)
NOTE: Do not use Standard
LAN Cable.
5
Turn OFF* and ON the
Power Switch (Machine
and the PC).
6
7
Input your PC's IP
Address into the Address
Book in the machine (see
page 48) or into the
Panasonic-DMS software
(refer to the enclosed CD).
Scan the document(s) to
your PC. (See page 46)
NOTE:
*If the Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) is installed, see page 13.
54
3
4
Turn On the Power Switch
(Machine and the PC).
Input the Network Address
(Machine and your PC).
● IP and Gateway Address*
IP:
192.168.0.1 (Machine)
192.168.0.2 (Your PC)
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
(Machine & the PC)
● How to input the network address:
For your Machine: See page 44
For your PC:
See below
5
NOTE:
* If you use the DHCP server,
select to disable the DHCP
server.
Machine: See page 47
Your PC: Consult your System
Administrator.
For more detailed information, refer to Windows OS operating instructions manual.
For Windows 2000
5
3
4
Places" and select
"Properties".
2 Right click "Local Area
Connection" and select
"Properties".
7
6
3 Select "Internet
5 Select "Use the
Protocol (TCP/ IP)".
4 Click "Properties".
7 Click "OK".
following IP address"
then, Input IP Address
and the Subnet Mask.
Network Scanner
1 Right click "My Network
6 Click "OK".
For Windows XP
2
4
3
1 Open the Control Panel.
2 Select "Switch to Classic
5
4 Right click "Local Area
View", if using the
Category View Mode.
Connection Enabled ........"
and select "Properties".
3 Select "Network
Connections".
7
7 Select "Use the following
5 Select "Internet
5
IP address" then, Input IP
Address and the Subnet
Mask.
Protocol (TCP/ IP)".
6
6 Click "Properties".
9 Click "CLOSE".
9
8
8 Click "OK".
"OK" will be changed to "CLOSE".
55
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
Check
Action
Unit Does Not Operate
Does the display light?
Check if the Power Switch (Main Power Switch
on the Left Side of the machine) is turned ON
and if the power cord is plugged into the AC
outlet.
Does the Energy Saver key flash (or light)
and the display is turned OFF?
(See page 32)
Press Energy Saver key on the control panel.
Does any of the U## codes and messages
appear on the display?
(U1, U13, U16....etc.)
Perform actions in accordance with each
message.
Does the Add Paper indicator and message
appear on the display?
Add paper. (See page 14)
Does the message and J## Codes appear on
the display? (J00, J01, J02,...etc.)
Remove the misfed paper. (See page 18)
Be sure to set paper as adjusted with paper
guides. (See page 42)
Does E#-## codes and messages appear on
the display?
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the
machine to the OFF* and ON position. If the
error code does not clear, call your Service
provider.
The machine would not accept the next job
during operation, instructed job would not be
accepted for a long time period or job would
not be completed.
Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the
machine to the OFF* and ON position.
NOTE:
*If the Hard Disk Drive Unit (DA-HD19) is
installed, see page 13.
Light Copies
56
Does the exposure indicator say "LIGHTER"?
Press the Darker Key.
(See page 25)
Does the replacing Toner Cartridge and
message appear on the display?
Replace the Toner Cartridge.
(See page 16)
Check
Action
Marked Copies
Is the machine’s Platen Glass or Platen Sheet
dirty?
Clean the Platen Glass or Sheet.
Are the machine’s ADF Rollers or Separation
Rubber dirty?
Clean the ADF Rollers or Separation Rubber.
(See below)
Is the original a transparency film or a dark
original?
Cover the original with a sheet of white paper
before copying or lighten the exposure setting.
(See below)
Clean the Corona Wire of the Drum Unit.
(See page 17)
If a dark vertical line of
2-3cm in width is
printed.
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call your Service Provider.
Machine Care
■ As a rule, clean weekly.
Platen Glass/Platen Sheet
Wipe marks off with a cloth moistened with a neutral
detergent. Avoid any liquid spilling/dripping into the
machine- risk of electric shock".
Wipe again with a dry cloth.
Platen
Sheet
Problem Solving
Platen (glass)
■ When the copies are smudged. Rollers/Separation Rubber
Open the ADF Cover.
Clean the Rollers and Separation Rubber with a
damp cloth moistened with water.
3 Close the ADF Cover.
ADF Cover
Feed Rollers
Rollers
Separation
Rubber
Feed Rollers should be cleaned by
turning the Feed Rollers with the Paper
Transport Knob.
Paper Transport Knob
57
Problem Solving
Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time
The machine has an internal battery
(Product No.: CR2032) which maintains
the date and time.
In the event the battery requires
replacement, the following message will
be displayed.
REPLACE BATTERY
1
2
Remove 1 Screw
Turn the Power Switch on the
Left Side of the machine to the
OFF position.
If the Hard Disk Drive Unit
(DA-HD19) is installed, see
page 13)
Battery Holder
U90
CAUTION
Keep button batteries and small parts out of reach of children to prevent
chocking or poisoning. If a button battery is swallowed accidentally, get
medical treatment immediately.
Set the Date and Time continues steps 6 to 13.
When setting the Date and Time,
start from step 6.
6
If set in other
function mode.
10
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=_
11
KEY OPR.MODE (00-31)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
3-digit
(See page 13)
NOTE
58
17 DATE & TIME
● The service life of the battery is approximately 1 year under normal use.
3
Used
4
5
Install 1 Screw
Turn the Power Switch
on the Left Side of the
machine to the ON
position.
6
Battery Holder
New
“+” side of battery should be
up side. (Observe the polarity,
see CAUTION! below)
7
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
9
8
GENERAL PARAM.(0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ^
or
or
10
1: General Settings
9 (09 KEY OPERATOR MODE)
12
17 DATE & TIME
_
12-05-2004 00:01
13
Problem Solving
Move the cursor (_) under
the Date/Month/Year/
Time that you wish to
change, then input the
new data using the
Keypad.
CAUTION
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
● THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM BATTERY. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
"IMPROPER USE OR REPLACEMENT MAY CAUSE OVERHEATING, RUPTURE OR EXPLOSION RESULTING IN
INJURY OR FIRE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOUR LOCAL
SOLID WASTE OFFICIALS AND LOCAL REGULATIONS"
59
Appendix
Specifications
■ DP-180 (For Copier)
Type:
Desk Top
Platen Type:
Fixed
Acceptable Originals:
Sheets (Max. FLS size, with the ADF only), Books
Copying Method:
Laser Electrophotography
Fusing Method:
Heat Roller
Imaging Method:
1 component non magnetic dry toner Contact Developing
Resolution:
Max. 600 dpi
Operation Panel:
LCD Display
Copy Size:
A4 - A5 via Paper Tray / FLS - A5 via Sheet Bypass
Void Area:
Max. 5 mm
Warm Up Time:
Approx. 18 seconds (20°C/68°F)
First Copy Time:
Approx. 10 seconds (A4, from 1st Tray)
Multi-Copy Speed:
18 cpm (A4 size)
Enlargement Ratios:
Preset:
Variable:
137%, 141%
from 101% to 200% in 1% increments
Reduction Ratios:
Preset:
Variable:
97%, 90%, 71%, 64%
from 99% to 50% in 1% increments
Paper Feed:
Paper Trays (250 sheets Standard + 550 sheets Option) + Single Sheet Bypass
● Transparency film should feed from standard paper tray (Tray-1/ 20 sheets) and
Sheet Bypass (1 sheet).
Paper Weight:
Paper Tray:
Quantity Selector:
Max. 999 sheets (Output Tray capacity is 150 sheets∗)
Electrical Consumption:
AC 220 - 240V, 50Hz/60Hz, 4A
Power Consumption:
Max. 1000 W
Dimensions (W)(D)(H):
462 x 506 x 523 mm (with ADF)
Mass (Weight):
22 kg (with ADF)
Operating Environment:
Temperature: 10 - 30°C
[Humidity should be 70% or less at 30°C]
Relative Humidity: 30 - 80%
[Temperature should be 27°C or less at 80%]
60 - 105 g/m2 / 75 - 90 g/m2 (2-Sided Copy)
Bypass: 60 - 165 g/m2
∗ When used only with Panasonic's recommended A4 size paper.
■ ADF (Standard)
50 sheets (75 g/m2)
30 sheets (75 g/m2)
Tray Capacity:
A4, A5 :
FLS:
Paper Size:
A5/A4/FLS
Paper Weight:
50 - 110 g/m2
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
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Specifications
■ Network Scanner (Standard)
Scanning Type:
Scanning Speed:
(w/o Transmission Time)
Resolution (dpi/Monochrome):
Resolution (dpi/Colour):
Max Scanning Area (Platen):
Max Scanning Area (ADF):
Duplex Scan:
Scanning Mode:
Scale:
Compression Format:
Send to Station (PC):
CCD Image Sensor (ADF/Platen)
Monochrome: 2.9 sec. (A4)
Colour: 12 sec. (A4)
Standard (150x150) / Fine (300x300) / SuperFine (600x600)
Standard (75x75) / Fine (150x150) / SuperFine (300x300)
216 x 297 mm
216 x 330 mm (FLS size with ADF only)
No
Text, Text/Photo, Photo
Bi-level / 256 level Gray Scale / 24-bit Colour
Monochrome: MH, MR, MMR, JBIG (256 Gradation)
Colour: JPEG
Monochrome: Multi page TIFF, PDF
Colour: JPEG, PDF
Yes (Single Address only)
Send to Station (FTP):
Yes (Single Address only)
Send to Station (Printer):
Yes (Single Address only)
Pop up Notification:
Yes
Protocol:
LPR, TCP/IP
Applicable OS:
Windows 98 / Me / NT 4.0 / 2000 / XP
File Format:
■ 2nd Paper Feed Module (DA-DS188) (Option)
Paper Size:
A4
Paper Weight:
60 - 110 g/m2 / 75 - 90 g/m2 (2-Sided Copy)
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the machine
Dimensions (W)(D)(H):
18.2 x 18.5 x 5.5"
Mass (Weight):
5 kg
● Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1
2
2
1
2
2
Digital
Skyshot
2
2
Zoom
1
2
N in 1
2
First
Selections
1
Next
Selections
Double
Exposure
■ Combined Function Table
N in 1
Zoom
Digital Skyshot
Double Exposure
: Possible Combined Functions.
: Unavailable Combined Functions.
A : Next Selection is Carried Out.
: Function that can't be performed.
NOTE: Sort function should be set by Function Parameter.
61
Appendix
Sort
Appendix
Options and Supplies
■ Options
Part Name
Part No.
Remarks
2nd Paper Feed Module
DA-DS188
For Additional Paper Feeding (Tray-2)
Image Memory (16 MB)
DA-SM16B
For Electronic Sorting
Image Memory (64 MB)
DA-SM64B
For Electronic Sorting
Image Memory (128 MB)
DA-SM28B
For Electronic Sorting
Expansion Flash Memory Card, 4 MB
UE-410047
Additional Page Memory for Fax Communication Board
Expansion Flash Memory Card, 8 MB
UE-410048
Additional Page Memory for Fax Communication Board
8 MB Expansion Board
DA-EM600
Additional Expansion Board for PCL and PS Printing
Handset Kit
UE-403172
Telephone Handset Kit
(Availability varies from country to country.)
Verification Stamp
DZHT000004
X-Stamp
Printer Controller Module
DA-PC188
Printer Controller for PCL6
Multi Page Description
Language Controller Module
DA-MC188
Printer Controller for PCL6/PS3
Hard Disk Drive Unit
DA-HD19
For DP-180
Accounting Software
DA-WA10
For Accounting function
■ Supplies
Part Name
Part No.
Remarks
Drum Unit
DQ-UH34H
Drum Unit for DP-180
Toner Cartridge
DQ-UG16H
Toner Cartridge for Drum Unit (DQ-UH34H)
62
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
When requesting information, supplies or service always refer to the model and serial number of your
machine. The model and serial number plate (Main Name Plate) is located on the rear side of machine.
For your convenience, space is provided below to record information you may need in the future.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Dealer
Address
Telephone Number
(
)
Supplies Telephone Number
(
)
Service Telephone Number
(
)
Model and Serial Number
Copyright © 2004 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
PEERLESSPAGE™ is a trademark of the PEERLESS Systems Corporation; and,
PEERLESSPrint® and Memory Reduction Technology® are registered trademarks PEERLESS
Systems Corporation; and, COPYRIGHT © 2000 PEERLESS Systems Corporation
Universal Font Scaling Technology (UFST) and all typefaces have been licensed from Agfa Monotype
63
Appendix
Microsoft, MS-DOS Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
in the USA and other countries.
Appendix
Energy Star
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
This voluntary program specifies certain energy consumption and usage standards.
This product will automatically “power down” after a specified period of non-use. The
use of this ENERGY STAR® compliant product will reduce energy consumption and
ultimately benefit the environment.
The default functions can be adjusted depending on your office requirements.
Please ask your authorized Panasonic dealer for more details.
64
For Service, Call:
For Customer Support:
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
Fukuoka, Japan
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
Ko0504-0
PJQMC0021ZA
May 2004
Published in Japan
English
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