3 - Itec

Operating Instructions

(For Copy & Network Scan Functions)

Digital Imaging Systems

Model No.

DP-8032 / 8025

with Options

Before operating this equipment, please carefully read this manual, and keep this documentation in a safe place for future reference.

(Illustration shows optional accessories that may not be installed on your machine.)

English

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Useful Office Functions

Copy

• Copy up to Ledger size.

• Capable of copying text/photos/ halftone originals.

Fax/Email

• Plain Paper High-speed Super G3 compatible Fax with JBIG compression when optional Fax

Communication Board (DA-FG300) is installed.

• Quick-Scan

• Quick Memory Transmission

• Capable of using internet Fax/Email.

Scan/File

• Scanning resolution up to 600 dpi.

• A document can be saved to, or retrieved from the Network Server with this Digital Imaging System.

Print

• Digital printer controller standard, printer resolution 300 or 600 dpi.

Application Software

• Quick Image Navigator

• Panasonic Communications Utility

• Utilities (Device Monitor, Network Configuration Editor/ Network AddressBook Editor)

Multi-Tasking Job Table

Current Job

Copy

Concurrent

Copy*

Network

Scanner

GDI/PCL/PS

Printing

Mailbox*

Facsimile/

IFAX (Sending)

Facsimile/

IFAX

(Receiving)

2nd Job

Copy

Copy

Concurrent Copy*

Storing Document (Scan

→HDD)

Printing

Network Scanner

Storing Document

Sending Data (to PC)

GDI/PCL/PS Printing

Receiving Data (Spooling)

Printing Received Document

Mailbox*

Receiving Data (Spooling)

Printing

Facsimile/Internet Facsimile (Sending)

Storing Document (Scan

→FROM)

Direct Transmission

Memory Transmission (FROM

→Line)

Facsimile/Internet Facsimile (Receiving)

Memory Receiving (Line

→FROM)

Printing Received Memory Data

: Accepts and executes the 2nd Job.

: Accepts and executes 2nd Job (Copy) only if Current Job has been interrupted.

: Accepts the 2nd Job and executes the 2nd Job. After the Current Job is completed.

NOTE

: Not accepts.

: Not applicable.

: HDD and additional Image memory are required.

: HDD (DA-HD31) and additional 16MB (minimum) Image memory are required.

Operating Instructions Outline

Getting To Know

Your Machine

Before Starting

● Precautions

● Quick Operation Chart

(See pages 12-15)

(See pages 16, and 17)

● Adding Paper, Replacing the Toner Bottle,

Removing a Misfed Paper, and Error Codes

(See pages 18-25)

● Control Panel Key/Button/Indicator Names

(See pages 27-29)

Making Copies

Network

Scanner

Function

Options

● Operating Instructions for making copies according to Function Categories on the LCD Touch Panel

Display

(See pages 30-69)

● Network Scanner

(See pages 70, and 71)

● Changing the Initial Machine Modes

● Copy, Printer, Scanner and Fax/Internet Fax

● Combined Function Table

(See pages 72-91)

(See page 92)

● Accessories (Components);

Options and Supplies

● 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS300)

(See page 93)

(See page 49)

Problem Solving

Others

● Troubleshooting

(See pages 94, and 95)

● Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time

(See pages 96, and 97)

● Specifications, and Index

(See pages 98-102)

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Symbols/Icons

The following Symbols/Icons are used throughout this operating instructions manual.

Place original(s) on the ADF

Place original(s) on the Platen

(Book)

Place original on the Platen

(Sheet)

Press any Hard Key on the control panel, or touch any Button on the touch panel display

Press Hard Key

Touch any Button

Input numbers

● Number of Copies, etc.

Input text with a QWERTY

Keyboard

Getting to know your machine

Before starting

When making copies

When setting the machine's function parameters

For scanning document(s)

Options

(Ex: 1-Bin Finisher)

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Go to next step

Go to next step (below)

Problem solving

Others

(Specifications, Index)

Getting To Know Your Machine

Table of Contents

Useful Office Functions .................................................................................................................. 2

Multi-Tasking Job Table .................................................................................................................. 2

Operating Instructions Outline ...................................................................................................... 3

Symbols/Icons ................................................................................................................................. 4

Table of Contents ............................................................................................................................ 5

Safety Information ........................................................................... 7

Precautions ................................................................................................................................... 10

Security Suggestions for Key Operators .................................................................................... 14

Operation Chart ............................................................................................................................. 16

■ Quick Operation Chart ................................................................................... 16

■ Problem Solving ............................................................................................. 17

Before Starting

Control Panel ................................................................................................................................. 27

Touch Panel Display ..................................................................................................................... 28

Making Copies

Basic Menu .................................................................................................................................... 30

■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1) .......................................................... 30

■ Using the ADF ................................................................................................ 30

■ Copying on Heavy Paper (Post Cards, etc.) (35 lb max.) .............................. 30

■ Position of the original(s) ............................................................................... 31

■ Copying with Preset Ratios ............................................................................ 32

■ Proof Copying ................................................................................................ 32

■ Tandem/Remote Copying ............................................................................... 34

■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 1) ............................................ 34

■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration 2) ............................................ 36

■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) ....................................................... 36

■ Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) ..................................................... 36

■ Job Queue ..................................................................................................... 38

■ Completion Notice .......................................................................................... 38

2-Sided/Original Copy .............................................................................................................. 40

■ 1-Sided 2-Sided, 2-Sided 1-Sided, 2-Sided 2-Sided Copy ............. 40

■ Book 2-Sided Copy ................................................................................... 42

■ 2 Page Copy................................................................................................... 42

■ N in 1 Copy .................................................................................................... 44

■ Booklet Copy .................................................................................................. 44

■ Multi-Size Feeding ......................................................................................... 46

■ Job Build And SADF Mode ............................................................................ 46

Sort/Finish ..................................................................................................................................... 48

■ When using Sort Mode .................................................................................. 48

Zoom/Effects ................................................................................................................................. 50

■ Zoom .............................................................................................................. 50

■ Auto Zoom ...................................................................................................... 50

■ Edge ............................................................................................................... 50

■ Book ............................................................................................................... 52

■ Margin ............................................................................................................ 52

■ Centering ....................................................................................................... 52

■ Image Repeat ................................................................................................ 54

■ Inverse ........................................................................................................... 54

■ Stamping (Page Numbering) ......................................................................... 54

■ Stamping (Date Stamp) ................................................................................. 56

■ Stamping (Issue Number Stamping) .............................................................. 56

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Table of Contents

Insertion/Overlay ........................................................................................................................... 58

■ Cover .............................................................................................................. 58

■ Page Insertion ................................................................................................ 58

■ OHP Interleaving ............................................................................................ 58

■ Presentation ................................................................................................... 60

■ Overlay ........................................................................................................... 60

■ Form Overlay ................................................................................................. 60

■ File Edit .......................................................................................................... 62

Other Features .............................................................................................................................. 64

■ Job Memory ................................................................................................... 64

■ Double Exposure ........................................................................................... 64

■ Skyshot Mode ................................................................................................ 66

■ Concurrent Copying ....................................................................................... 66

■ Energy Saver (Power Save Mode, Sleep/Shutdown Mode) ........................... 68

■ Interrupt Mode ................................................................................................ 68

Network Scanner

Registering your PC/Document Scanning .................................................................................. 70

■ Registering your PC ....................................................................................... 70

■ Document Scanning ....................................................................................... 70

Function

■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Modes ...................................... 72

■ Procedure ...................................................................................................... 72

■ GENERAL SETTINGS ................................................................................... 74

■ COPIER SETTINGS ...................................................................................... 74

■ SCANNER SETTINGS ................................................................................... 75

■ PRINTER SETTINGS .................................................................................... 76

For Key Operator ........................................................................................................................... 77

■ GENERAL SETTINGS ................................................................................... 77

■ COPIER SETTINGS ...................................................................................... 82

■ PRINTER SETTINGS .................................................................................... 83

Examples ....................................................................................................................................... 84

■ Changing the Auto Contrast Setting .............................................................. 84

■ Changing the Paper Size ............................................................................... 84

■ Weekly Timer ................................................................................................. 86

■ Department Counter ...................................................................................... 88

■ Network Settings ............................................................................................ 90

Combined Function Table ............................................................................................................ 92

Accessories

Components .................................................................................................................................. 93

■ Options ........................................................................................................... 93

■ Supplies ......................................................................................................... 93

Problem Solving

Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 94

Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time ............................................................................. 96

Others

Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 98

Index ............................................................................................................................................. 100

Getting To Know Your Machine

Safety Information

For Your Safety

To prevent severe injury and loss of life, read this section carefully before using the Panasonic DP-8032/8025 to ensure proper, and safe operation of your machine.

■ This section explains the Warnings, Cautions, and 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.

This symbol is used to alert operators to a heated surface that may cause burns and requires close attention.

WARNING

Power and Ground Connection Cautions

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.

120 V/15 A

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.

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 authorized Panasonic dealer.

Do not disconnect or reconnect the machine while the power switch is in the On position. Disconnecting a live connector can cause arcing, consequently deforming the plug and cause fire.

When disconnecting the machine, grasp the plug instead of the cord. Forcibly pulling on a cord forcibly 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.

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Safety Information

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.

If accessing the inner components of the machine to clear misfed paper, etc., exercise care not to touch heated areas, or you may get burned.

Operating Safeguards

Do not touch areas where these caution labels are attached to, the surface may be very hot and may 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.

Consumable Safeguards

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/stamp out of the reach of children. If a button battery/stamp is swallowed accidentally, get medical treatment immediately.

CAUTION

Installation and Relocation Cautions

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 158 lb (72 k g). 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.

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Operating Safeguards

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, do not try to remove it yourself to avoid injuries or burns. Switch Off the machine immediately, and contact your authorized Panasonic dealer.

Do not use conductive paper, e.g. folding paper, carbonic paper and coated paper. When a misfed 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 authorized Panasonic dealer.

Others

■ When clearing a paper jam or other fault, follow the appropriate procedure given in the Operating Instructions.

For Your Safety

CAUTION

Consumable Safeguards

Never heat the drum cartridge, or scratch its surface. A heated or scratched drum can be hazardous to your health.

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.

Others

■ The machine has a built-in circuit for protection against lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your neighborhood, maintain ample distance from the machine, and do not touch the machine until 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.

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Precautions

Precautions

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

This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some components.

Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations.

For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance:

<http://www.eiae.org > .

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Installation

■ The maximum power consumption is 1.45 kW.

A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 15A, 120V 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 Bottle and paper in cool areas with low humidity.

Use high quality 16 - 24 lb (Sheet Bypass: 15 - 35 lb) 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 PP2500” transparency film and found it to be compatible.)

Panasonic recommends using high quality 16 - 24 lb 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 designed for the machine.

Installation

■ The machine should not be installed in areas with the following conditions:

Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.

Ambient conditions Temperature: 50 – 86 °F

Relative humidity: 30 – 80 %

Where temperature and humidity can change rapidly, causing condensation.

Direct exposure to sunlight.

In areas of high dust concentration.

In areas with chemical fume concentration.

With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).

Directly in the air conditioning flow.

In areas of poor ventilation.

In areas with extreme vibration.

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.

Currency

Bank notes and checks

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, contact your legal counsel.

Notice:

Install your machine near a supervised area to prevent illegal copies from being made.

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Precautions

Ventilation

■ The machine should be installed in a well-ventilated area to minimize the ozone density in the air.

WARNING For USA

FCC WARNING:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.

The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if any unauthorized changes or modifications are made to this equipment.

Handling

■ Do not turn the Power Switch Off or open the Front Cover during copying/printing.

■ Sleep/Shutdown Mode Notice

The following functions will not work if the Sleep/Shutdown Mode setting is set to the Shutdown mode.

When using any of the following functions, we recommend that you leave the Sleep/Shutdown

Mode in the initial factory default setting (Sleep mode). (See page 77)

• Printer Function (USB Local and Network Connections)

• Internet Fax/Email Function

• Facsimile Function (Option)

When the LAN cable is not connect and DHCP Default is "Yes" (See page 78)

■ Dept. (Departmental) Code

When the Department Counter function is set up, the Dept. (Department) 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/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. If this occurs frequently, adding optional memory is recommended, consult with an authorized service provider.

■ Maximum Copies Limitation

After setting the maximum allowed number of copies for each department (see page 89), 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

Before turning off the Main Power Switch on the back side of the machine, please turn off first the Power Switch on the left side of the machine, and turn off the Main Power

Switch on the back side of the machine after checking that the display of a touch-panel display disappears.

■ 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 77)

■ Inner Tray Notice

Under normal operation, it is not necessary to remove this Inner Tray. If this tray is removed, lift up the Paper Holder while reinstalling the tray to prevent damaging it.

Inner Tray Paper Holder

■ Hard Disk Deletion

There is a possibility that the machine may retain image data on the Hard Disk Drive. The Hard Disk Deletion function overwrites the entire image data area with fixed data at Medium and with random data at High security

level setting respectively. (See page 78)

While this function is executing, other functions will not be accepted. The overwriting may require more time when this function is set to a higher security level (Medium or High).

Once the execution of this function starts, the process can only be cancelled by turning the Sub Power Switch to the OFF position.

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Security Suggestions for Key Operators

To keep your machine’s highly-sensitive document data secure, the designated Key Operators are instructed to perform the recommended security measures described below for the initial machine installation, network connection, network configuration, setup of security functions, and replacement and disposal of the machine.

1.

Key Operators are required to verify the identity of the manufacturer’s service technician, or of an affiliated company’s staff, or marketing company, by requesting their ID Card.

Do not give the device information by phone or email.

2.

Always connect through a Firewall when installing your device on a network that is connected to the

Internet. When connecting this device to a client PC, or a server, we recommend configuring your network environment with a switching hub to prevent your device from being wiretapped.

3.

A Key Operator password is essential to maintaining the security of the device. Key Operators are required to change the password from the initial setting, and keep the password confidential and in a safe place. To change the initial Key Operator password, refer to the

Operating Instructions (For Copy & Network Scan

Functions) and set up [GENERAL SETTINGS] ->

[09 Key Operator Mode] -> [45 Key Operator

Password].

4.

Change the Hard Disk Drive Lock password from the initial setting. By setting a password, even if the Hard

Disk Drive (HDD) Unit is taken away, the password locked device prevents illicit retrieval of the data by unauthorized personnel.

The Hard Disk Drive Lock password is required when the equipment is being repaired.

Furthermore, it is essential that the Key Operator personally enter the password to maintain security of the password and prevent unauthorized users. To change the initial Hard Disk Drive Lock password, refer to the Operating Instructions (For Copy &

Network Scan Functions) and set up [GENERAL

SETTINGS] -> [09 Key Operator Mode] ->

[46 HD Drive Lock Settings].

❈ When available with optional Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

Unit (DA-HD31) is installed.

5.

To prevent illicit use by unauthorized personnel, perform the following for ID/password settings.

1) Use the maximum number of digits

2) Use a variety of the accepted character types.

3) Change the ID and password periodically.

Make sure that the setting screen can only be seen by the Key Operator when setting/changing various ID and passwords. Keep this information confidential.

6.

The documents stored in the Mail Box should be printed immediately. Upon printing, the document data is deleted, thus preventing unauthorized reprinting by a third party. For additional information, please refer to

Mailbox of the Operating Instructions (Printer Driver).

❈ When available with optional Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

Unit (DA-HD31) is installed.

7.

When finished, be sure to press the Reset button and return to the standby screen. Also, do not reset Auto

Reset Time settings.

8.

When disposing of this equipment, initialize the Hard

Disk Drive (HDD) Unit, and overwrite or delete the data area stored in the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Unit.

To delete the data area in the Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

Unit, contact the authorized Panasonic dealer for a service technician. To initialize the Hard Disk Drive

(HDD) Unit, refer to the Operating Instructions

(For Copy & Network Scan Functions) and set up

[GENERAL SETTINGS] -> [09 Key Operator Mode] ->

[29 Hard Disk Initialize] -> [Deletion].

9.

Scanned (text and images), received and set/ registered information (addresses) are your responsibility. If the device malfunctions and the data are deleted, it cannot be recovered and is not covered in the warranty.

❈ When available with optional Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

Unit (DA-HD31) is installed.

10. Incorrect settings may leak settings or impede use of this device. Check the details carefully when performing settings.

❈ The security settings on this equipment are restricted and require the input of an 8-digit Key Operator password to set, or change them. The initial password setting is 00000000 (8-digit). The password can be set arbitrarily.

The Key Operator plays a critical part in maintaining and controlling the security of the device and in prevention of its unauthorized access, therefore, it is of utmost importance that you understand the content described in the Operating Instructions and that you follow the suggestions herein.

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Operation Chart

Turn the Main

Power Switch on the back of the machine to the

ON position.

Turn the Power

Switch on the Left side of the machine to the ON position.

Load Paper

(See page 18)

1 2

Face Up

From

ADF or

From

Platen

INV

INV

LTR

LGL

LTR

LDR

Tray

Max. 50 originals*

Original Guides

Adjust to the original’s width

COPY

If set to other function mode

*30 originals

(Legal/Ledger)

INV

Original Guides

INV LTR LGL LDR

Face Down

● If the original is not positioned properly, a portion of the original may not be copied.

● For originals smaller than

Invoice size, position the original within the Invoice area and select Invoice.

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3 4 5

Select desired settings

(See page 17)

COPY

SIZE

Reduction/ Enlargement only

(See page 32)

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

Copy Jobs

BASIC MENU Tab

Adjust the Manual Exposure

or

Select type of Original(s)

Mainly Text

Text and Photo combined

Mainly Photo

Select the Exit Destination

Receiving Tray (Lower) Receiving Tray (Upper)

Tray/1-Bin Finisher (External)

• INNER 2 and OUTER are only available when the optional Inner Tray or Exit Tray/1-Bin Finisher is installed.

2-SIDED/ORG. COPY Tab SORT/FINISH Tab

(See pages 30-39)

ZOOM/EFFECTS Tab

(See pages 40-47)

INSERTION/OVERLAY Tab

(See pages 48, and 49)

JOB MEMORY Tab

(See pages 50-57)

(See pages 58-63)

(See pages 64, and 65)

Removing a Misfed Paper

(See pages 22-25)

Adding Paper

(See page 18)

Replacing Toner Bottle

(See page 18)

Replacing Toner Waste

Container

(See page 18)

UXX

EXX

User Error Code

(See page 20)

Machine Error Code

(Call your Service provider)

Replacing Staple

Cartridge

(See page 20)

● When the optional 1-Bin

Finisher (DA-

FS300) is installed.

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Operation Chart

1 2

Adding Paper

Copying on Special Paper, etc.

1

Adding Paper

Sheet Bypass

Paper Weight: 16-24 lb

2

Until it Stops

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1

Replace Toner Bottle

Replace Toner Waste

Container

6

Seal

Shake the new Toner

Bottle well to loosen the contents.

2

Toner Waste Container

7

Toner Bottle

(New)

3 4

Max Level Indicator

Paper Capacity: 550 Sheets (20 lb)

NOTE:

When changing the paper size, refer

to page 84.

3 4

Face Down

Side Guides

Load Paper

(Do not exceed limit mark)

Adjust the side guides.

Incorrect adjustment may cause the paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew.

Approximately up to 50

Letter size sheets/20 lb

Paper Weight: 15-35 lb

To add paper to the Sheet Bypass, remove the paper left on the tray, and align it with the added paper and load them together onto the tray.

NOTE:

If the paper size is not detected, remove paper and press Reset Key.

Then, load the paper again.

3

Cap

Toner Waste Container

8

New Toner Bottle

4

Toner Bottle

5

Toner Bottle

(Empty)

6

9

New Toner Waste Container

(New)

10

Bottle's Green Knob

Bottle's Green Knob

Replace the Toner Waste Container along with the New Toner Bottle.

19

U12

U11

U4

U8

U1

U13

U14

U15

U16

U25

20

Getting To Know Your Machine

Operation Chart

(Continued)

1 2

Add Staples

or

6

Check the operation

7 8

U20/U21/U22

U90

U6

U7

Code

U1

U4

U6

U7

U8

U11

U12

Check Points

Front Cover is open.

1-Bin Finisher is separated from the machine.

Right Cover is open.

Feed Cover 1/2/3 is open.

Transport Cover is open.

Paper remains in the Finisher Bin.

Finisher Staple Cover/Top Cover is open.

3 4

1

Empty

Staple Case

2

New

Staple Cartridge

FQ-SS32

When the Staple jams

● The following message will be displayed on the Touch

Panel Display:

"Can Not Complete

Confirm Staple Unit"

Jammed

Staple

2

3

1

5

Code

U13

U14

U15

U16

U18

Check Points

Low Toner.

Toner Waste Container is full.

Toner Waste Container is not installed.

Call your Service provider.

Total Count reached the limit, consult with your

Key Operator.

Code

U20

U21

U22

U25

U90

Check Points

ADF Cover is open.

ADF is opened while scanning from ADF.

ADF Exit Unit is open.

Shake Toner Bottle well.

Battery requires replacement.

(See page 96)

6

21

Getting To Know Your Machine

Operation Chart

(Continued)

1 2

Misfed Paper

Right Cover

6

Right Cover

When the optional Tray/1-Bin

Finisher is installed.

1

Latch

1

Push

2

1

Right Cover

2

Misfed Paper

2

Paper Feed Guide

22

3

Right Paper Cleaning

Knob

2

3

1

4

1

Paper Tray

2

Heat Roller Cover

5

6

3 4

Transport Cover

Latch

Confirm that the latch is securely fastened.

Misfed Paper

3

Misfed Paper

1

2

4

Right Cover

23

Getting To Know Your Machine

Operation Chart

(Continued)

2 1

Options

3rd Paper Tray (DA-DS305)

4th Paper Tray (DA-DS306)

1

Feed Cover

2

1

Paper Tray

2

1 2

6

ADF Cover

7

Misfed Paper

Exit Unit

Option (DA-FS300)

1

Finisher

Release Button

2

ADF Tray

Misfed Paper

24

3 4

Feed Cover

3 4

8

ADF Tray

Misfed Paper

1

2

9

Exit Unit

5

Misfed Paper

6

10

Close the ADF Cover

3

Finisher

NOTE:

If the misfeed indicator(s) do not clear, open the upper cover and remove all misfed paper.

When using the Staple Sort, Shift-Sort, or Shift-Group mode, remove the remaining copies on the staple tray.

Then the copy job will restart.

Upper Cover

1

3 2

Remaining

Copies

Misfed Paper

25

26 memo

1

Before Starting

Control Panel

DP-8032

2 3 4 5 6 7

ORIGINAL

SIZE Keys

COPY SIZE

Keys

10 8

Touch Panel

Display

9

Keypad START

Key

No.

1

2

3

4

5

Contents

COPY Key

● To use the unit as a photocopier.

ENERGY SAVER Key

● Saves power while the copier is not in use.

INTERRUPT Key

● Interrupts other copy, or print jobs while making copies.

FUNCTION Key

● Use when changing the paper size, initial function values (default values), and key operator settings.

RESET Key

● Resets all features to the initial power-on state.

CLEAR Key

6

7

8

9

10

STOP Key

● Stops the copy run.

STATUS LED (RED)

● Lights when trouble occurs.∗∗

ACTIVE LED (GREEN)

● Lights when machine is active.

PRINT DATA LED (GREEN)

● Lights when receiving print data.

Fax/Email "ONLINE" LED for Internet Fax and optional Fax functions

Print "ONLINE" LED for Printer function

NOTE

∗∗

When the machine detects a problem, or a status alarm is activated, the 8 STATUS LED lights or begins to flash.

LED 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.

LED Flashes: Machine detected a status alarm

• No paper in the Tray. (Tray not selected)

• Toner is getting low, etc.

● The Control Panel displayed above, shows only copier functions. Please refer to the appropriate operating instructions for other control panel functions.

27

Before Starting

Touch Panel Display

DP-8032

29

28

27

26

25

1 2 3 4 5

6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13

14

24 23 22 21

Job Status Indicator

Ex: Copying 3 sets.

The Indicator displays the progress of a job task as follows:

0/3

→ 1/3 → 2/3 → 3/3

15

16

17

18

19

20

28

NOTE

● Use only soft finger pressure to activate the Touch Panel Display. DO NOT USE SHARP

OBJECTS such as pens, fingernails etc., as this may damage the panel.

Touch Panel Display Brightness Adjustment:

To adjust the brightness of the Touch Panel display, press and while holding down the "C"

(CLEAR) key, keep pressing the "ORIGINAL SIZE/LEDGER" or the "COPY SIZE/LEDGER" keys until the desired brightness is achieved.

ORIGINAL SIZE/LEDGER : Dimmer

COPY SIZE/LEDGER

: Brighter

1

16

17

14

15

12

13

10

11

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

24

25

22

23

26

18

19

20

21

27

No.

28

29

Contents

Warning Indications

: Add Toner : Add Paper : Call Service (Call your Service Provider) : Waste Toner

Original Icon

Original Size Indication

Job Build and SADF/Multi-Size Feed Mode Indication

Rotate Mode Indication

Number of Copies / Original(s)

Machine / User Error Code Indication

Copy Icon

Copy Size Indication

Reserve a Job Button

Finisher Functions Indication

Machine Outline with Tray Selection (Paper Tray and Output Tray)

Paper Level and Size Indication

Paper Tray Selection Button

Tandem/Remote Button Indication

Tandem/Remote Button

Output Tray Indication

Output Tray Button

Density Indicator (7 steps)

Manual Exposure Select Buttons (Lighter and Darker)

Original Mode Select Button (Text; Text / Photo; Photo)

Copy Image and Paper Image Indication

Copy Ratio Indication

Original Image Indication

Completion Notice Button

Job Queue Button

Job Settings Button

• Selected copy jobs will be indicated on the right side of the touch panel display.

(2-Sided/Original

→ Copy, Sort/Finish, Zoom/Effects, Insertion/Overlay modes)

Proof Set Button

Function Categories

See Page

17-21

35

35

17

67

49

46 and 47

20 and 21

17

17, 31, 71

17, 31, 71

17, 31, 71

39

38

33

29

Making Copies

Basic Menu

Copy size is automatically selected.

1 2

or

100%

If set to other function mode

If the original size is not detected correctly

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

● Originals with a Lead Edge that is ripped, creased, folded, punched, or glued.

● Mixed width size Originals (except a combination of Ledger and Letter, Letter and Legal)

● Paste-ups

● 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)

ADF

Set the originals up to the upper limit indicator/Guide.

Upper Limit

Indicator

Upper Limit Guide

ADF Tray

Original Guides

Adjust to the original’s width

30

1

Load paper on the Sheet

Bypass

2

4

Select Sheet Bypass, and touch the Size Change button

3

Select Heavy Paper

3 4

5

NOTE

● During copying and after making copies, the fan motor may start spinning. This is a normal operation, and is used to cool down the copier.

3 4

Adjust the Manual Exposure

or

Select type of Original(s)

Mainly Text

Text and Photo combined

Mainly Photo

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

Features

Automatic Original Feeding

Feeds originals automatically

Up to 50 Letter, and Invoice size

(20 lb)

(up to 30 Legal, or Ledger size)

Automatic original size detection

Invoice to Ledger

Duplex Copying

2-Sided originals

2 or 1-Sided copy automatically

(See pages 40, and 41)

Insertion/Overlay

• Cover

• Page Insertion

• OHP Interleaving

• Presentation

• Overlay

(See pages 58-61)

On the ADF/i-ADF On the Platen

NOTE

Memory Capacity

If memory overflows during original scanning, the message “Cannot Complete / Job

Exceeds Memory Capacity” 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.

31

Letter

or

Making Copies

Basic Menu

1

Ledger

or

Ledger Letter

2

If the original size is not detected correctly

Allows you to make one proof set, before proceeding to copy a large multi-set with various settings.

100

1

2

Proof copy

Multi copy

1

or

2

Select Copy Job settings

32

NOTE

● Use Sheet Bypass if the desired copy size is different from the paper size loaded in the

Paper Tray. (See page 18)

3

The Correct ratio is automatically selected.

Reduction and enlargement ratios (%)

ORIGINAL COPY SIZE

SIZE Ledger Legal Letter-R Invoice-R

Ledger 100 77 65 50

Legal 121

Letter-R 129

Invoice-R 200

100

100

155

79

100

129

61

65

100

3

4

4

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

5

or

If the Proof copy is OK, the remaining number of sets will be printed.

If the Proof Copy is NG, again, place the originals back on the ADF (or

Platen), change to appropriate settings, and try again.

NOTE

● Press the PROOF SET button again if the Proof Copying mode was reset.

33

Making Copies

Basic Menu

Requires installation of an optional HDD

(DA-HD31), and additional Image Memory

(DA-SM16B/SM64B/SM28B), Network setup

(See pages 78, and 90) and Parameter

registration. (See page 36)

Remote Copying

1

or

100 copies

Tandem Copying

50 copies

+

100 copies

Other copier

50 copies

5

Station

This copier Other copier

The Key Operator Password if required.

1 2

2

or

Select Copy Job settings

5

Scroll to 07/13

34

NOTE

● The selected Remote printing copier, must be either DP-8032, or DP-8025.

For the copier to function as a Remote/Tandem Copier it has to be setup in advance.

3

6

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

For Tandem

For Remote

4

7

5

3

6

4

Scroll to

02/02

7

Input Password

(8 digits: alpha-numeric; alphabet (case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@, .,

_, and SPACE))

5

Machine name

(up to 15 characters)

Button Names on the Keyboard

To input upper case letter(s).

To input numbers and/or symbols.

Enter the key name

(up to 15 characters).

To move the cursor (_) to the left or right side.

To erase the character previous to the cursor.

35

Making Copies

Basic Menu

To use the Tandem/Remote

Copying function of the DP-8032/

8025 installed on a different subnet mask of the Network, the DP-8032/

8025 must be registered first.

1 2

5

Scroll to

04/04

To edit the registered machine’s settings (IP Address, machine name or key name).

1

Open the screen

04/04 same as the Registration procedures above.

2

36

To delete the registered machine.

1

Open the screen

04/04, same as the Registration procedures above.

2

3 4

6

IP Address

Ex: 192.168.1.20

When entering a 1 or 2-digit number segment, add “00” or “0” in front of the number, to scroll to the next segment of numbers, or press the “ ” key to enter a period after the number.

5

Scroll to

04/04

Input Password

(8 digits: alpha-numeric; alphabet (case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@, .,

_, and SPACE))

7 8

Enter the machine and key name, same as the Registration procedures above.

3 4

Enter the new IP Address, same as the Registration procedures above.

5

Enter the machine and key name, same as the

Registration procedures above.

3

Select the registered machine name

4

Select the registered machine name

37

Making Copies

Basic Menu

Refers to a list of jobs waiting to print; you can delete or change the printing priority (for print jobs only).

Job 3

Job

1

Job 1

Job

2

Job

3

Job 2

Deleted

Select the job(s)

1

4

∗∗

Select the job(s)∗ you wish to delete

You can select to delete multiple/all jobs.

Priority can be selected for print jobs only when the optional HDD (DA-HD31) is installed.

A Job Completion Notice via a pop-up screen on the Desktop of your PC when the Copy Job is completed.

Before using the Completion Notice, install the

Panasonic Document Management System included with the machine.

1

Copy is completed.

Pop-up screen

Select Pop-up

Display

Right click the

Status Monitor icon

2

or

38

NOTE

● The PRINT JOB QUEUE requires the Application Password, however, the COPY JOB QUEUE does not require a password.

The Job Queue selection function is only available when the optional HDD is installed.

Contact your authorized Panasonic dealer to change or, setup the Application Password.

(Initial Setting "0000" )

2

5

3 4

Select the desired

PC Address

3

6

Input Application Password∗

(Initial Setting "0000")

4

2 times

5

Number of Copies

NOTE

● This Completion Notice is available only when connected to the Network.

To reset the Completion Notice, press the CANCEL button.

39

40

Making Copies

2-Sided/Original Copy

1-Sided 2-Sided Copy

1

2-Sided 1-Sided Copy or

(1 2 Copy only)

2-Sided 2-Sided Copy

2

Reduction/

Enlargement only

2-SIDED PRINT” is printed on 1-Sided copy.

Bottom right position

5

Number of Copies

3

or or

When clearing the

2-Sided Copy:

6

From Platen:

When "Last Original?" message is displayed.

Ex: 2 originals

3

4

Touch "NO" button.

Place next original on the platen.

Press START Key.

Touch "YES" button.

When DUPLEX NOTICE is selected.

2-SIDED PRINT

4

Bind position

5

4

or or or

If required

5

41

Making Copies

2-Sided/Original Copy

Book 2-Sided Copy

1

(1st Page BLANK)

Blank Page

(1st Page IMAGED)

2-SIDED PRINT” is printed on 1-Sided copy.

5

Platen

Ex: Ledger size original

Ledger

Letter

Ledger

Number of Copies

2

Reduction/

Enlargement only

42

Copying two facing pages, or a Ledger size original on two separate Letter size sheets.

1

Platen

Ex: Ledger size original

Ledger

Letter

Ledger

2

3 4

Original format Copy format or or or

If required

6

From Platen:

When "Last Original?" message is displayed.

Ex: 2 originals

Touch "NO" button.

3

4

Place next original on the platen.

Press START Key.

Touch "YES" button.

When DUPLEX NOTICE is selected.

2-SIDED PRINT

3

Copy Format or

4

Number of Copies

5

5

When "Last Original?" message is displayed.

Ex: 2 originals

Touch "NO" button.

3

4

Place next original on the platen.

Press START Key.

Touch "YES" button.

43

Making Copies

2-Sided/Original Copy

From two/four/six 1-Sided originals, side by side, to 1-Sided pages.

1 2

1

2

3

4

3 4

1 2 3

1

2

3

4

5

6

4 5 6

1

From 4/8/12 1-Sided originals, side by side, to

2-Sided copies.

4

or

2

44

Formats the output in a manner so that documents can be folded like a book.

3 2

1

2

3

4

1

Letter or Invoice originals only

4

1 2

Reduction/

Enlargement only

Default copy size is

Reduced, copy size can be selected as 100 % or Reduced.

3

● Copy is automatically reduced.

2 in 1: 65 %, 4 in 1: 50 %, 6 in 1: 38 %

(Ex: Letter to Letter- size)

N in 1 mode

Original direction

Copy layout

Ex: 2 in 1 or or or or

5

Reduction/

Enlargement only

When 2 in 1 copying with different original size, select the desired copy size with COPY SIZE Key

(not with the PAPER TRAY button on the LCD

Touch Panel).

4

Binding position or

When N in 1 Copying a 2-Sided copy.

"2-SIDED PRINT" will be printed on the copy when "DUPLEX

NOTICE" is selected.

6

2-SIDED PRINT

∗∗

From Platen:

Same Procedures as for 2 Page Copy

Number of Copies

3 4 5

Binding position

Number of Copies

Cover mode and Paper Tray or

45

Making Copies

2-Sided/Original Copy

Use this function when copying mixed Ledger/

Letter, or Legal/Letter-R size originals using the

ADF. Original size can be detected automatically, then copied full size (1:1) or same size.

Combination of Multi-Size Feeding

Originals

Legal

Letter-R

Ledger

Letter

Ledger

Letter

Copies

Full Size

Legal

Reduction

Letter-R/Invoice

Enlargement

Ledger

Letter-R Letter-R/Invoice Ledger

Letter/Letter-R

Letter/Letter-R

1 2

Reduction/

Enlargement only

Special originals (like thin paper, etc.) can be fed from the ADF Tray and copied continuously using the Job Build And SADF Mode.

1

Place one Original at a Time, or up to 50∗ sheets (20 lb)

30 sheets/Legal, or

Ledger

2

Reduction/

Enlargement only

Example: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of

80 sheets of originals. (Letter size)

50

80

1

1

Originals: 50 sheets

<1st scan>

80

51

1 st and 2 nd Scanned

Data are combined

Originals: into one job.

Remaining 30 sheets

<2nd scan>

5 sets of 80 sheets sorted copies are printed

1

Place the first 50 sheets of originals on the ADF Tray.

2

NOTE

● Multi-Size Feeding Function cannot be combined with another 2-sided/original copy function.

● Job Build, and SADF function cannot be combined with 2 1 and 2 2.

46

3 4

Number of Copies

3 4

Number of Copies

5

Place the next original within 5 sec. of last ejected copy.

6

If “Another

Original? YES

or NO” message is displayed, touch the “NO” button.

3 4

Select Sorting/Finishing settings or or etc.

Number of

Copies

(Ex: 5)

5

Place the next original within 5 sec.

of last ejected copy.

(30 sheets)

6

If “Another

Original? YES

or NO” message is displayed, touch the “NO” button.

47

Making Copies

Sort/Finish

48

1

2

3

Staple Sort

P

P

Non-Sort

1

3

Shift-Sort

1

1

1

Shift-Group

Sort

1

1

1

Rotate-Sort

Multiple copy sets are sorted automatically.

Multiple copy sets are sorted automatically, and stacked in alternate direction (rotate).

(Letter size only)

1

1

Rotate-Group

Multiple copies of individual pages are stacked in alternate direction (rotate).

(Letter size only)

When optional 1-Bin Finisher

(DA-FS300) is installed.

Offset using electronic sorting

(Letter, Letter-R, Legal, Ledger)

When optional 1-Bin Finisher

(DA-FS300) is installed.

Offset using electronic sorting

(Letter, Letter-R, Legal, Ledger)

When optional 1-Bin Finisher

(DA-FS300) is installed.

Sort by stapling sets.

Up to 30 sheets.

(Letter, Letter-R, Legal, Ledger)

Copy is stored on the Tray.

1

or

Staple Position

ADF

Platen

2 3 4

Reduction/

Enlargement only

Sort mode or or or

1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS300)

When the optional 1-Bin Finisher is installed, this screen will change as follows:

For DA-FS300

Number of Copies

Bin

● Electronic Shift-Sort

● When copying with Legal/Ledger size, pull out the Bin until it stops.

or or

Paper Capcity (20 lb Paper)

Paper Size Non-Sort/Rotate

Letter 500

Legal, Ledger

Overflow

250

Shift

500

(Max. 30 Sheets/Shift)

250

(Max. 20 Sheets/Shift)

10 to 30 Sheets: 45 to 16 Sets

2 to 9 Sheets: 70 to 50 Sets

10 to 20 Sheets: 25 to 12 Sets

2 to 9 Sheets: 70 to 28 Sets

Ex: Letter Size

10 Sheets: 45 Sets

30 Sheets: 16 Sets oF remove excess copies from the Bin, then press any mode key on the control panel to reset.

49

Making Copies

Zoom/Effects

Copies with variable zoom ratios from 25 % to 400 % in 1 % increments.

25%

400%

1

or

2

The copy Zoom Ratio adjusts automatically to the selected paper size.

1

Fit to paper length or width

Fit to paper length and width

Opening the ADF

Creates a blank edge.

1

or

2

2

50

ATTENTION

NOTE

● If using the keypad to set the zoom ratio, press the CLEAR key first to reset the current zoom ratio.

When changing the paper size after setting the zoom ratio, use the PAPER TRAY button.

For Auto Zoom

An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a Black line at the edge of the original, or an image which the copier interprets as a Black Pattern in the skyshot mode.

An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the glass during skyshot mode.

3

Same vertical, and horizontal ratio or

Different vertical, and horizontal ratio

25% - 400% or or Keypad or

25% - 400% or or Keypad

4

Number of Copies

5 3 4

Fit to paper length, or width

Fit to paper length, and width

Paper Size

(Paper Tray)

Number of Copies

3

Same vertical, and horizontal void value or

Different vertical, and horizontal void value

5 - 99 mm or or Keypad or

5 - 99 mm or or Keypad

4

Number of Copies

NOTE

Zoom Ratio

If using the keypad to set the zoom ratio, press the CLEAR key first to reset the current zoom ratio.

51

Making Copies

Zoom/Effects

Eliminates dark inner binding shadows.

1 2

Shifts image to right, left, up, or down.

1

Platen

Letter

Ledger

Ledger

2

or

Copy image can be centered automatically on selected paper.

1

Opening the ADF

2

52

NOTE

● In Centering mode, make copies with the ADF open.

● Remove the originals from the ADF before selecting the Centering mode.

An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the glass during the Centering mode.

Also an image which the copier interprets as a Black Pattern in the Centering mode.

3 4

5 - 99 mm or or Keypad

Number of Copies

3 4

Margin area

5 - 99 mm or or Keypad

Number of Copies

If a part of the copied image is missing when using the

Margin mode, change the

Margin Reduction setting to

“YES”. (See page 74)

3

Paper Size

(Paper Tray)

4

Number of Copies

53

Making Copies

Zoom/Effects

Creates continuous copy image on one sheet.

Minimum original size: 20 x 20 mm

1

The dotted line can be set to

None” or “Print” by Function mode

(See page 75).

Negative/Positive image can be created for special effects.

1

Opening the ADF or

2

2

Page numbers can be automatically stamped on each page.

1

-11/8

The page numbering format can be changed in function mode.

Default format is "-n-".

(See page 75)

ADF only∗

2

54

NOTE

● In Image Repeat mode, make copies with the ADF open.

● Remove the originals from the ADF before selecting the Image Repeat mode.

An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the glass during the Image Repeat mode.

Also an image which the copier interprets as a Black Pattern in the Image Repeat mode.

3

Paper Size

(Paper Tray)

4

Number of Copies

3

Number of Copies

3 4

NOTE

ORIENTATION

Stamping position or

Stamping start page

From 1, 2, or 3

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

From 3rd page

From 2nd page

From 1st page

● Multiple copy sets will be sorted automatically.

When copying with the Stamping mode combined with N in 1 mode, the Stamping mode can be used from the Platen as well.

55

Making Copies

Zoom/Effects

The date can be automatically stamped on each page.

1

07/01/2008

ADF only∗

2

An issue number can be automatically stamped on each page.

1

001

ADF only∗

2

56

NOTE

When copying with the Stamping mode combined with N in 1 mode, the Stamping mode can be used from the Platen as well.

3 4

3

ORIENTATION

Stamping position or

Changing the stamp date

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

● Multiple copy sets will be sorted automatically.

4

ORIENTATION

Stamping position or

Stamping the Issue Number

Number of

Copies

(Max. 999) or

Keypad

● Multiple copy sets will be sorted automatically.

57

Making Copies

Insertion/Overlay

Adds Cover Page(s) to copies.

Blank cover

Original

1

2

+

Blank page

Copied cover

Original

1

2

3

4

+

Copied page

1

2

Copied page

1

2

3

4

1

ADF only

2

Inserts Blank/Copied pages between copies.

Original Blank page

Blank page

+

Copied page

Original

+

Copied page

1

ADF only

2

Inserts Blank/Copied pages between OHP film.

Original Blank page

Blank page

1

2

+

OHP1

OHP2

Copied page

Original

1

2

+

Copied page

(1)

(2)

OHP1

OHP(1)

OHP2

OHP(2)

1

ADF only

2

58

NOTE

● 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 PP2500" transparency film, and found it to be compatible.)

3 4

3

Cover Page mode

Cover (Front)

Blank Copy

Cover (Front+Back)

Blank Copy

Paper Size∗

Paper Tray

4

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

5

Page Insertion mode

Paper Size∗

Paper Tray

Blank Copy

Set the insert page position with

Keypad∗∗

If selecting another position, move the sheet with / button, then set the insert page position with Keypad

Number of

Copies

(Max. 999)

3

Load OHP film onto the Sheet Bypass

4 5

NOTE

OHP Interleaving mode

Paper Size∗

Paper Tray

Blank

Copy

Number of

Copies

(Max. 999)

The size and orientation of the printed copy, and recording paper should match.

Blank page to be inserted before the indicated selected page number.

59

Making Copies

Insertion/Overlay

Inserts Blank/Copied pages between OHP film, and make copied sets for handouts.

Blank page

Original Blank page

1

2

+

OHP1

OHP2 +

Handouts

(1)

(2)

Copied page

Original

Copied page

1

(1)

2

(2)

+

OHP1

OHP(1)

OHP2

OHP(2)

+

Handouts

(1)

(2)

1

ADF only

2

Overlays a first image onto the second by using the first original.

1st-page

1

or

2

5

or

Select the overlay image to store into memory for later use.

● When optional HDD

(DA-HD31) is installed, and

[Yes] is selected, step 6 and 7 appear.

Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copy.

File

1 2

or

● When HDD is installed, step 3 appear.

60

NOTE

● 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 PP2500" transparency film, and found it to be compatible.)

● When an overlay image is not stored in memory, Form Overlay function is not selectable.

3

Load OHP film onto the Sheet

Bypass

4

Presentation mode

Paper Size∗

Paper Tray

Blank

Copy

3 4

5

Number of

Copies for handouts

(Max. 999)

5

6

Density for 1st page image or

7

Number of

Copies

(Max. 999)

From Platen:

Same procedures as for Form Overlay

Select a file

Enter the file name

(Up to 20 characters)

3

Select a file

NOTE

4

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

From Platen:

If “Another Original?” message is displayed, touch the “NO” button.

Ex: 2 originals

3

4

Touch "NO" button.

Place the next original on the

Platen.

Press START Key.

Touch "YES" button.

The size and orientation of the printed copy, and recording paper should match.

Blank page to be inserted before the indicated selected page number.

61

Making Copies

Insertion/Overlay

Up to three∗ editing functions available in the

File Edit feature.

∗ : To Add a new file∗

∗ : To Erase a registered file

∗ : To Change the title of a file

One image file can be registered.

With the optional HDD (DA-HD31) installed, up to 5 image files can be registered.

If the selected File Key already contains a registered file image, the new image will overwrite the current image.

1

or

(Register only)

REGISTER

4

2

∗∗

∗∗

Without the optional HDD

(DA-HD31) installed:

After pressing the FILE

EDIT button, the machine skips Step 3, and proceeds to Step 4 (Erase Mode).

ERASE

4

Density for registered image or

FILE NAME

EDIT

4

Enter the file name

62

NOTE

● The File Edit function for selecting a file is only available when the optional HDD (DA-HD31),

and Image Memory (See page 93) is installed.

When the optional HDD (DA-HD31) is not installed, only one file can be selected.

● When an overlay image is not stored in memory, File Edit function is not selectable.

3

Select a file

5

Select a file

6 7 8

File Name

To cancel the registration, touch "CANCEL" button.

4

5

63

Making Copies

Other Features

Five Copy Jobs can be stored in Memory

(M1 to M5) for recall at a later time.

Set up the copy job to be stored.

NOTE:

When the M5 Key is used, the Double

Exposure Mode should be set to "Off" in the

Copier Settings "16 Double Exposure". (See

page 75)

To store a job in memory

1 2

M1, M2, M3, M4, M5

From 2-Sided originals to 1-Sided 2 in 1 copies (side-by-side image). ∗ 1

Original Size:

Ex: Invoice-R

Copy Size: Letter-R

ABC

ABC

Front Side

Image

DEF

Back Side

Image

NOTE:

When opening the Platen Cover, or ADF

● An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines on the glass during this 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 this mode.

● The final copy may be affected if colored background original(s) do not have a

White edge, or if it is less than 2 mm wide.

1 When selecting the Double Exposure, it will be displayed as "2 in 1" at Job

Settings, and "N in 1" of Function Select

Key will also be displayed.

2 Double Exposure function set by M5 key is unable to store with other Job Memory.

1

5 6

2

Original Guide

• Front Side of Original

• Original Size:

Free, maximum Invoice size

• Opening the ADF

• Fit original to the Original

Guide.

Back Side of Original

2

64

NOTE

● JOB MEMORY mode will not be deleted even if the power switches are turned Off.

● When storing a new job into a programmed memory location, the previously stored job will be overwritten and erased.

● M1, M2 can use as manual skyshot mode by setting the user function mode.

To recall a job stored in memory

1 2

or

M1, M2, M3, M4, M5

3 4

3

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

5

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

7

The following steps, illustrate how to make multiple copies when the Sort

Mode is selected. (See page 48)

NOTE

If “2: NO” is selected, the machine will start copying only scanned original.

1: YES

2: NO

Continues to copy another original, repeat steps 1, and 3-

2

to step 6.

Starts making copies.

• When you select the Non Sort Mode this step is not used.

NOTE

● When using the double exposure mode, the M5 is turned On, and other job requiring memory cannot be used.

● The default setting of Double Exposure Mode is "ON" in the Copier Settings "16 Double

Exposure". If this setting is changed to “OFF”, this mode cannot be used.

65

Making Copies

Other Features

Skyshot allows copying a manuscript without generating dark borders even if the Platen Cover, or ADF is opened.

Two types of Skyshot modes can be selected;

Digital Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is not pre-determined.

Manual Skyshot Mode: The scanning area (size) is pre-registered into memory (M1 and M2) in advance.

Digital Skyshot Mode

NORMAL

Default setting (usually select this mode).

QUALITY

For better definition, select the Quality mode.

The default setting of Digital Skyshot Mode is “NORMAL”. In this setting, the unit scans once.

If there are Black areas around the borders in the copies, set the Digital Skyshot Mode to “QUALITY” to soften the dark

borders. In this setting, the unit scans twice. (See page 74)

Manual Skyshot Mode

● Set “09 Manual Skyshot Mode” in Copier Settings first. (See

page 74)

The next copy job can be reserved even if the current copy job is not completed.

(Requires the optional HDD (DA-HD31), and

Image Memory (See page 93) to be installed)

1st job

1st job

Copy

1st job

1

or

2nd job

Reserve

2nd job

2

Select Function

66

NOTE

When copying the Quality mode combined with 1

2, BOOK

2, 2PAGE, N in 1, or

Double Exposure, “Quality” mode will be changed to “Normal” mode.

● An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a Black line at the edge of the original, or an image which the copier interprets as a Black Pattern in the skyshot mode.

1

Platen

Upper-

Left

Corner

2

2

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

1

Platen

Upper-

Left

Corner

3

Custom size∗

Default M1/M2 size can be changed

by Function mode. (See page 82)

Number of Copies

(Max. 999)

3 4 5

Select

Function

6

or

Job Waiting List can be confirmed with Job Queue.

(See page 38)

Scanning is completed

NOTE

● If using ADF, place originals in the center position of ADF Tray. The ADF can feed only 14 - 28 lb plain paper.

● When using the manual skyshot mode, the M1 and M2 are turned On, and other job requiring memory cannot be used.

● An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light shines onto the glass during skyshot mode.

67

Making Copies

Other Features

These modes save power while the copier is not in use.

1

or

Automatically enters the

Sleep/Shutdown Mode after 15 minutes from the last copy job.

Enter

Indicator

Flash: Power Save Mode

Light: Sleep/Shutdown Mode

This mode can interrupt other copy jobs while making copies.

1

While making copy

2

Set another Job or

68

NOTE

Automatically enters the Power Save Mode after 7 minutes from the last copy job.

(See page 77)

∗∗

Sleep Mode/Shutdown Mode, and entering timer can be selected by the key operator.

(See page 77)

To clear

2

Modes

Normal Operation

Power Save

Sleep

Power Consumption

Approx. 140 Wh

Approx. 28 Wh

Approx. 18 Wh

Warm Up Time

N/A

Approx. 30 sec.

35 sec.

Shutdown Approx. 3 Wh 35 sec.

The machine will not go into Sleep/Shutdown Mode when the Weekly

Timer is selected.

3 4

Other Job is completed

5

69

70

Network Scanner

Registering your PC/Document Scanning

When the Panasonic Document

Management System is installed on the provided CD-

ROM, start the Panasonic

Communication Utility, and register your PC by setting the network scanner.

1 2

Right-click on the icon.

Select Scanner

Configuration....

3

Select “Auto Registration”.

Set the PC, and Key Name to be saved on the machine.

When the DP-8032/8025 is installed on a different subnet mask∗ of the network (LAN), Select "Add Device" then, register the machine by following the steps below.

Click OK.

When the Panasonic Document

Management System is installed, and configured on your PC, document(s) can be scanned from the DP-8032/

8025 to the PC.

When using the network scanner, the Panasonic

Communication Utility software on your PC must be initiated.

1

or

2

5

Original Size

If the original size is not shown

3

Right-click on the Panasonic

Communications Utility icon, and select one of the Scanner

Reception Notifications (Pop-up

Display, or Icon Display).

NOTE:

Consult your system administrator for detail of your subnet mask.

When the DP-8032/8025 is installed on a different subnet

mask

Click "Add".

3

Input the machine's Device

Name, and IP Address.

Click OK.

Returns to the screen on the left.

Click OK.

Returns to the Scanner

Configuration screen above.

3 4

Select a destination (PC)∗

A destination will be indicated

"ROUTING MENU": refer to optional

Document Distribution System (DA-

WR10).

NOTE:

If Panasonic Communication Utility software is not started on your PC, a destination is not shown on the

Touch Panel Display.

6

PC Screen

7

5

Select a Mode if required

Resolution∗

Exposure

Original mode

2 Sided Original

Thin Original

150dpi: Text mode only.

Refer to Quick Image

Navigator Operating

Instructions on the CD-ROM.

71

72

Function

1

General

Settings

Copier

Settings

Printer

Settings

Fax/Email

Settings

General

Settings for

Key Operator

Copier

Settings for

Key Operator

Input Password

Printer

Settings for

Key Operator

Fax/Email

Settings for

Key Operator

Scanner

Settings

General Settings:

Changing the Initial Machine Modes

● Power On Default mode, Manual add toner, etc.

(See page 74)

For Key Operator:

Paper size, Department Counter, Network TCP/IP settings, etc.

(See pages 77, 78, 79, 80 and 81)

2 3

Select the desired Function Mode

Select the desired Function

● This screen is an example when

“GENERAL SETTINGS” is selected.

Copier Settings:

Printer Settings:

Changing the Initial Copy Modes

● Default function of each copy mode

(See pages 74, and 75)

For Key Operator:

Paper size priority, Original mode, Contrast, Job Build And SADF mode, etc.

(See page 82)

Changing the Initial Printer Modes

● Default function of each print mode

(See page 76)

For Key Operator:

Job completion time, Page protection, Error page print, Spool function, PS configuration, Font list print, Mailbox data holding, etc.

(See page 83)

Scanner Settings:

Changing the Initial Scanner Modes

● Original mode, Compression mode, Resolution, Job Build And SADF mode,

Address book, etc.

(See page 75)

Fax/Email Settings:

Changing the Initial Fax/Email Modes

Refer to Operating Instructions (For Fax/Internet Fax function).

● Fax functions are available when a Fax Communication Board is installed.

4

Set the desired Function

Parameter(s).

4

When selecting the Key

Operator Mode:

5

5

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

Select the desired Function

Set the desired Function

Parameter(s).

● These screens are examples when “GENERAL SETTINGS” is selected.

6

73

Function

Screen

No.

Modes

00 Power On Default Mode

01 Manual Copy Quality Adj

01/02

02 Manual Add Toner

03 Sort Memory Status

04 Departmental Counter

05 Data Security Kit Info.

02/02

09 Key Operator Mode

Function

Selects mode.

● COPY, FAX, PRINTER, SCANNER

Sets to activate the manual density control.

● Off, On

Adds toner manually.

● Off, On

Indicates the sorting memory status.

● Off, On

Indicates the department counter.

Initial

Setting

COPY

Off

Off

Off

Consult with an authorized service provider

Indicates the Data Security Kit version, and

Security setting of the machine, when the

Security Kit is installed.

Input the Key Operator Password.

74

Screen

No.

Modes

00 Margin Value Default

01 Edge Value Default

01/04

02 Book Value Default

03 Margin Reduction Def.

04 2-Sided Mode Default

05 N in 1 Default Mode

06 Reduce N in 1 For Space

02/04

07 Booklet Default Mag.

08 Digital Skyshot Mode

09 Manual Skyshot Mode

Function

Initial

Setting

10 mm Selects the margin shift value.

● 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm

Selects the edge width.

● 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm

Selects the book void width.

● 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm

Selects the reduction ratio in margin mode.

● No, Yes

Function sets the duplex priority mode.

● No, 1 to 2, 2 to 2, B (Book) to 2

5 mm

20 mm

No

No

Selects the N in 1 default mode

● 2 in 1, 4 in 1, 6 in 1

Selects whether to disable edge deletion

● No, Yes

2 in 1

No

Selects the booklet magnification

● 100%, Reduce

Reduce

Enables or disables the use of Skyshot mode.

Normal

● No, Normal, Quality

Enables or disables the use of Manual Skyshot. Off

● Off, M1, On, M2, On, M1, M2, On

Screen

No.

Modes

10 Auto Contrast Adjust

11 Sort Priority ADF

03/04

12 Sort Priority Glass

13 Stamping Default Mode

14 Page Numbering Style

15 Img. Repeat Dotted Line

04/04

16 Double Exposure

19 Key Operator Mode

Function

Initial

Setting

Automatically adjusts the copy density for text, Yes

T/P.

● No, Yes

Selects the sort mode.

● None (Non-Sort), Sort, Shift∗, Staple∗, Group∗

Sort

Selects the sort mode.

● None (Non-Sort), Sort, Shift∗, Staple∗, Group∗

Selects the stamping mode.

● Page, Date, Issue

Selects the page numbering style.

● -n-, n/m

Selects the dotted line.

● None, Print

Selects the double exposure.

● Off, On

None

Page

-n-

Print

On

Input the Key Operator Password.

Shift, Staple and Group modes are available when the optional 1-Bin Finisher is installed, and the

"OUTER" is selected with the touch panel display.

Screen

No.

Modes

00 Scanner Settings Print

01 Original Mode Default

01/02

02 Compression Mode Def.

03 Resolution Default

04 Job Build And SADF Mode

06 Add New Address

02/02

07 Edit Address Book

08 Delete Address

09 XMT File Type

NOTE

05 Bind Edge 2-Side Orig.

Function

To print scanner settings.

● Stop, Start

Sets the original setting.

● Text, T/P (Text/Photo), Photo

Sets the compression mode setting.

● MH, MR, MMR, JBIG

Sets the resolution setting.

● 150 dpi, 300 dpi, 600 dpi

Sets the Job Build And SADF mode initial setting.

● No, Yes

Sets the bind position, 2-sided original initial setting.

● Long, Short

To add new address.∗

● PC, DD, FTP

To edit address book.∗

To delete address.∗

Sets the default XMF File Type.

● TIFF, PDF

Long

0.0.0.0

PDF

Start

Initial

Setting

T/P

MMR

300 dpi

No

The Address Book does not have to be setup with this function setting, it can be registered with

your PC using the Panasonic Document Management System. (See page 70)

75

Function

Screen

No.

Modes

00 Number Of Prints

01 Paper Size

01/04

02 Paper Tray

03 Print Direction

04 Auto Tray Selection

05 2-Sided Print

06 Bind Edge

02/04

07 Resolution

08 Font (PCL)∗

09 Symbol Table (PCL)∗

10 Pitch (PCL)∗

11 Point Size (PCL)∗

03/04

12 Lines/Page (PCL)∗

13 Return Character (PCL)∗

14 Mutual A4/LTR

15 Mailbox Memory Status∗∗

04/04

16 Print Data

19 Key Operator Mode

Function

Sets the initial number of prints.

● 1 ~ 999

Sets the paper size setting.

● A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, LEDGER, LEGAL,

LETTER, INVOICE, 8 x 13, 8.5 x 13

Sets the Paper Tray setting.

● Auto, Bypass, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4

Sets the print direction setting.

● Portrait, Landscap

Sets the auto tray setting.

● Off, On

Sets the 2-sided print setting.

● Off, On

Sets the bind position.

● Long, Short

Sets the resolution setting.

● 1200 x 600, 600 x 600, 300 x 300

Sets the PCL font.

● 0 ~ 99

Sets PCL symbol table.

● 0 ~ 35

Sets the PCL pitch.

● 0.44 - 99.99

Sets PCL point size.

● 4.00 - 999.75

Sets PCL lines/page.

● 5 - 123

Sets PCL return character.

● CR, CR + LF

Converts A4 to Letter automatically.

● Off, On

Indicates the mailbox memory status.

(Memory, Box)

Sets print data.

● Stop, Start

Input the Key Operator Password.

1

Initial

Setting

LETTER

Auto

Portrait

On

Off

Long

600 x 600

0

11

10.00

012.00

60

CR

Off

Start

76

NOTE

When available with optional PCL.

When available with optional HDD (DA-HD31) is installed.

For Key Operator

Screen

No.

01/13

01 Paper Size

Modes

00 Print General Settings

02 A4R/A5 Size Selection

03 B5R/A5R Size Selection

04 Special Paper Tray 1

05 Special Paper Tray 2

06 Auto Paper Out Rotate

02/13

07 Copy Output Tray

08 Printer Output Tray

09 Fax/Email Output Tray

10 Auto Reset Time

11 Power Save Mode Timer

03/13

12 Sleep/Shutdown Select

13 Sleep/Shutdown Timer

14 Language Sel. Priority

15 Language Default

16 TCH Panel Beep Sound

17 Original Set Beep Sound

04/13

18 Orig. Set In ADF Sound

19 Dept. Counter Mode

Function

Prints the initial user settings of the common menu. Start

● Stop, Start

Sets the paper size of each Paper Tray.

● LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER, LETTER-R,

Consult with an authorized service

INVOICE, A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, A5R, dealer

8 x 13, 8.5 x 13

A4R Sets the Sheet Bypass initial paper size.

● A4R, A5

Sets the Sheet Bypass initial paper size.

● B5R, A5R

Sets the Paper Tray for special paper

(Ex: colored).

● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,

Bypass

B5R

None

Sets the Paper Tray for special paper

(Ex: colored).

● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,

Bypass

Copier will automatically rotate image and print when the selected Paper Tray is empty.

● Off, On

Sets the output Copy Tray.

● Inner 1, Inner 2, Outer

Sets the output Printer Tray.

● Inner 1, Inner 2, Outer

Sets the output Fax/Internet Fax Tray.

● Inner 1, Inner 2, Outer

Sets the Control Panel reset time.

● None, 30 sec., 1 min., 2 min., 3 min., 4 min.

Sets the Power Save timer.

● 1 - 240 minutes

Sets the Sleep/Shutdown mode.

● Sleep, Shutdown

Sets the Sleep/Shutdown timer.

● None, 1 - 240 minutes

Selects the display message language.

● Off, On

Selects the display message language.

● English, C. French, Spanish

Beep sound when the panel is touched.

● Off, Soft, Loud

Beep sound when original is set on the platen.

● No, Yes

Beep sound when original is set in the ADF.

● No, Yes

● Monitors copy usage of each department

(1) Printer usage of each document

(2) Print limit of each department

(3) ID code of each department

None

Off

Inner 1

Inner 1

Inner 1

1 min.

7

Sleep

15

Off

English

Soft

No

Yes

Initial

Setting

Consult with an authorized service dealer

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

77

Function

For Key Operator

Screen

No.

05/13

Modes

20 Date Time Setting

21 Weekly Timer

22 Daylight Time

06/13

23 DHCP Default

24 TCP/IP Address

25 TCP/IP Subnet Mask

26 TCP/IP Default Gateway

27 DNS Server Address

28 MAC Address

29 Hard Disk Initialize

Function

Sets the registered date and time.

● Month, Day, Year, Time

Sets the weekly On/Off timer.

● Off, On (See page 86)

Set Daylight Time according to your local regulation.

1: No : Daylight Time is not applied

2: MAR 2nd : From 2 a.m. on the 2nd Sunday in March to 2 a.m. on the 1st

Sunday in November

3: APR 1st : From 2 a.m. on the 1st Sunday in April to 2 a.m. on the Last

Sunday in October

Sets the DHCP.∗

1

● No, Yes

Sets user IP address.∗ 1

● 3 digits x 4

Sets the subnet mask.∗ 1

● 3 digits x 4

Sets the gateway address.∗ 1

● 3 digits x 4

Sets the DNS server.∗ 1

● No, Yes

Indicates the MAC address.

Off

Initial

Setting

2: MAR 2nd

Yes

0. 0. 0. 0

0. 0. 0. 0

0. 0. 0. 0

Yes

Selects the HDD format/deletion.∗ 2

● Format, Deletion∗

3

<Sub Function>

For Format : Stop, Start

For Deletion: Stop, Medium, High

<Sub Function>

Medium or High is selected in above step:

Following mesaage will be indicated, select "Yes" or "No".

• Image Data Deletion. Also Delete

Address Book Data And PS Fonts On

Hard Disk? ("And PS Fonts" message for optional Multi Page Language

Controller Module only)

No

Yes∗

4

<Sub Function>

Selects the HDD deletion.

No, Yes

Format (Stop)

78

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

Screen

No.

Modes

30 Hard Disk Error Check

31 Address Book Group ID

07/13

32 Tandem User Parameter

33 Community Name (1)

34 Community Name (2)

35 Device Name

36 Device Location

37 Routing Menu Function

08/13

38 Doc. Dist. Server Name

39 Doc. Dist. Server IP

Function

Selects the HDD error check∗ 2

● Stop, Start

Inputs address book group ID.∗

2

● 0 ~ 99

Inputs the Tandem User Parameter.∗ 2

Stop

0

Initial

Setting

Input the SNMP of Community Name (1).∗ 1

● Enables read/write

Input the SNMP of Community Name (2).∗

1

● Enables read public public

Input the device name when required.∗ 1 Panasonic

(For Status Monitor/EtherTalk Machine Name) DP-8032 or DP-8025

Input the device location when required.∗

1

(For Status Monitor)

Selects the Document Distribution function.

● No, Yes

When "27 DNS Server Address" is set to "Yes".

Inputs the Document Distribution System routing server name. (Max. 60 characters)

No

When "27 DNS Server Address" is set to "No".

0. 0. 0. 0.

Inputs the Document Distribution

System routing server IP address.

● 3 digits x 4

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

1 When functions No. 23 to 27 and No. 33 to 36 are set, cycle the power by turning the Power

Switch on the Left Side of the machine OFF NO. and ON.

2 Not required in copying mode, but settings are needed when Hard disk Drive (HDD) Unit (DA-

HD31) is installed. (See page 93)

3 When elimination is executed, it differs depending upon the data accumulation quantity inside the hard disk, but until operation of elimination completes, with Medium maximum of 2 hours, maximum of 3 hours are required with High. Because at that time, as for the knitting machine it cannot use, when executing knitting machine talent, please consider use frequency.

4 If you select "Yes" in reply to the question "Image Data Deletion. Also Delete Address Book

Data And PS Fonts On Hard Disk?" ("And PS Fonts" message for optional Multi Page

Language Controller Module is installed), the Address Book and User PS Font (which can be used when the optional Multi Page Language Controller Module is installed) inside the hard disk will be deleted.

Do not select "Yes", except when you change the hard disk or scrap this machine.

79

Function

For Key Operator

Screen

No.

09/13

10/13

Modes

40 Special Paper Tray 3

41 Special Paper Tray 4

42 Data Deletion Of HD

45 Key Operator Password

46 HD Drive Lock Settings

50 User Authentication

11/13

51 Authentication Method∗∗

52 Administrator Name

53 ID Timeout∗∗

54 Logon Attempts∗∗

Function

None

Initial

Setting

Sets the Paper Tray for special paper

(Ex: colored).

● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,

Bypass

Sets the Paper Tray for special paper

(Ex: colored).

● None, Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,

Bypass

None

Selects the security level for the Hard Disk data Basic deletion function for every Copy/Print job.

● Basic, Medium, High

When the optional hard disk unit is installed, every Copy/Print job data is automatically deleted upon completion by overwriting the entire image with random data.

Select one of the 3 available data deletion security levels (Basic, Medium or High).

The deletion time increases with the increase in security level (Medium or High) selected, and may require more time to execute.

Input the Key Operator Password.

00000000

Sets or releases the Drive Lock, or changes the password for the Drive Lock.

● Set Hard Drive Lock

● Change Lock Password

● Release Drive Lock

Enables or disables the user authentication for Off each function. (copying, faxing, scanning, and printing)

● Copy, Fax, Scanner, Printer

● Time Zone (See Note)

NTLM Selects the authentication method to use by the User Authentication function.

● Clear Text, NTLM

Inputs the system administrator name and password.

Selects the valid period of authentication.

● Auto Reset Time, After Every Job

Sets the permitted number of logon attempts.

● 0 ~ 9

Auto Reset Time

0

80

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

● The default Time Zone is set by the area the device is used in.

∗∗

No. 51, 53, 54, 55 are only available when No. 50 setting is set to On.

Screen

No.

Modes

55 Lockout Time∗∗

12/13

56 User Auth. Domain

60 IPv6

61 IPv6 Link-Local Address

13/13

62 IPv6 Auto Configuration

63 IPv6 Address

64 IPv6 Default Router

Function

Sets the time period for the system lockout when the permitted number of logon attempts is exceeded during the user authentication.

● 1 ~ 60

Sets the NetBIOS domain and DNS suffix to use for user authentication.

● No.00 ~ No.09

Sets the IPv6.∗∗∗

● Off, On

The address to connect not through the router in the same link. It is generated automatically.

IPv6 and IPv6 Default Router address are generated automatically.∗∗∗

● Off, On

Sets user IPv6 address.∗∗∗

● 4 digits x 8

Sets the IPv6 Default Router address.

● 4 digits x 8∗∗∗

5

Off

On

Initial

Setting

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

∗∗∗

When Functions No. 60, and No. 62 to 64 are set, cycle the power by turning the

Power Switch on the Left side of the machine OFF and ON.

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Function

For Key Operator

Screen

No.

01/04

02/04

Modes

00 Copier Settings Print

01 Paper Size Priority

02 Original Mode Default

03 Text Contrast

04 T/P Contrast

05 Photo Contrast

06 Overlay Contrast

07 Interleaving Default

08 Page Insertion Default

09 Cover Mode Default

10 Job Build And SADF Mode

11 Maximum Copy Setting

12 M1, Size

03/04

13 M2, Size

14 Memory Overflow Warning

15 Add New Tandem Desti.

04/04

16 Edit Tandem Destination

17 Delete Tandem Desti.

Function

Start

Initial

Setting

Prints the copier settings.

● Stop, Start

Selects paper size priority

● LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER, LETTER-R,

INVOICE, A3, B4, A4, A4-R, B5, B5-R, A5,

A5-R, 8 x 13, 8.5 x 13

LETTER

Selects original setting

● Text, T/P (Text/Photo), Photo

Selects contrast for Text mode

● 1 ~ 7

Selects contrast for Text/Photo mode

● 1 ~ 7

Selects contrast for Photo mode

● 1 ~ 7

Sets the density (transparency) of the page being produced in overlay mode.

● 1 ~ 7

Selects OHP interleaving paper

● Blank, Copy

Selects page insertion

● Blank, Copy

Selects cover paper

● F, Blank, F, Copy

FB, Blank, FB, Copy

(F: Front, FB: Front + Back)

Enables or disables the SADF function.

● No, Yes

Determines whether to limit number of copies

(0-99).

T/P

4

4

4

4

Blank

Blank

F, Blank

Yes

0

(No limit)

Inputs the frequently used size in job memory 1. 70 x 160 mm

● X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm

(See page 67)

(X) (Y)

Inputs the frequently used size in job memory 2. 95 x 220 mm

● X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm

(X) (Y)

(See page 67)

Selects performed task when the memory overflow occurs

● Print, Cancel

Print

● Inputs a new destination to split the copy job

0.0.0.0

● Edits a copy destination

● Deletes a copy destination

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NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

Screen

No.

Modes

00 Printer Settings Print

01 Job Completion Time

01/03

02 Page Protection

03 Error Page Print

04 Spool Function

05 Text Print

06 PS Configuration Print

02/03

07 Font List Print (PCL)

08 Font List Print (PS)

09 Mailbox Data Holding

10 Delete Mailbox Data

03/03

11 Print Queue Delete

12 AppleTalk Zone Name∗∗∗

Function

Sets the printer status printout.

● Stop, Start

Start

Sets the job completion time setting.

● 1~ 999 sec.

Compress automatically then printout.

● Off, On

Sets the error page printout.

● Off, On

Sets the spool function.∗∗

● Off, On

Prints text page only.

● Off, On

Sets the status page print of PS.

● Stop, Start

180

Off

On

On

On

Start

Sets the font list print of PCL.

● Stop, Start

Sets the font list of PS.

● Stop, Start

Start

Start

Sets the automatic holding function of mailbox 7 days data.∗

● Infinity, 1 day, 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 5 days,

6 days, 7 days

Initial

Setting

Sets delete the mailbox data.∗

● All, Before

Sets authorization to delete the print queue.

● Free, Key Op. (operator)

Inputs an AppleTalk Zone name.∗∗

● Maximum 32 characters

Before

Key Op.

NOTE

● The Key Operator Password is required before any changes can be made to items on this page.

Functions 04, 09, and 10 are available when optional Hard Disk Drive (DA-HD31) is installed.

∗∗

When function No. 12 is set, or No. 4 is change, cycle the power by turning the Power

Switch on the Left Side of the machine OFF and ON.

∗∗∗

When available with optional PS.

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Function

Examples

You can select whether to automatically adjust the copying density for Text and Photo originals.

1 2 3

The Paper Trays are designed to accommodate Invoice, Letter, Letter-R, Legal, and Ledger Size paper.

1 2 3

Scroll to

03/04

Scroll to

02/02

6

7

8

Paper Tray

Paper Size

84

11

a b

Note: It is recommended that the paper guide ( b ) is fixed in place with screws. Consult an authorized service provider for details on how to fasten the guide.

Adjust the Paper Guides ( a / b )

12

Change the Paper Size Indicator

4 5

or

4

9

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

5

10

Pull out the Paper Tray

6

11

85

86

Function

Examples

Key Operator can administer the Weekly Timer (On/Off daily times).

1 2 3

6

End time

7

8

Input time

Ex: 0800

Start time

Scroll to

02/02

4

9

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

10

5

Input time

Ex: 1700

Scroll to

05/13

11

6

87

88

Function

Examples

The Department Counter feature can limit the number of copies, administer counters, and Identification Code numbers for each department. (Maximum Number of Departments: 300)

Contact your authorized service provider to enable the Department Counter feature.

1 2 3

Scroll to

02/02

6

For Total Counter

or

For Identification Code

7

Displays the sum of all the active department counters.

Prints all the active department counters.

To clear the total counter, touch the

INPUT button, enter 0, and touch the

OK button.

ID Code

(8-digit)

Select Page

Select Department

6

Input a Department Name (up to 25 characters) using the Keyboard, and

touch the OK button. (See page 35,

How to use the Keyboard) or

4 5

6

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

For Department Counter

Select Page

Select Department

Scroll to

04/13 or

For Maximum Prints

Clear the counter

(8-digit) to “0”

Select Page

Select Department

Maximum number of

Copies (8-digit)

7

89

90

Function

Examples

When the Parameter “23 DHCP Default” is set to “No” in the General Settings, the Key Operator must administer the

Network settings manually.

1 2 3

Scroll to

02/02

6 7

Input an IP Address

Ex: 192.168.1.100

When entering a 1 or 2-digit number segment, add “00” or “0” in front of the number, to scroll to the next segment of numbers, or press the “ ” key to enter a period after the number.

4

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

8

Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side of the machine OFF and ON.

5

Scroll to 05/13 or

Scroll to 06/13

6

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Function

Combined Function Table

Next

Selections

2-SIDED/ORIG.

COPY

SORT/

FINISH

ZOOM/

EFFECTS

INSERTION/

OVERLAY

Others

First

Selections

1 1

1 2

2 1

2 2

Book 2

2 Page

N in 1

Booklet

Multi-Size Feeding

Job Build And SADF

Sort

Shift-Sort

Rotate-Sort

Staple-Sort

Shift-Group

Rotate-Group

Non-Sort

Zoom

Auto Zoom

Edge

Book

Margin

Stamping

Image Repeat

Centering

Inverse

Cover

Insertion

OHP Interleaving

Presentation

Overlay

Form Overlay

File Edit

Interrupt

Proof Copy

Tandem Copy

Manual Skyshot

Digital Skyshot

Double Exposure

Form Overlay

When the optional HDD (DA-HD31) is not installed, the operation result of the Combined Function will change to an "R".

NOTE:

A registered image is not available if the above selected copy function is shown in gray highlight.

: Possible Combined Functions.

: Possible Combined Functions without full size copy ratio.

: Unavailable Combined Functions.

: Next Selection is Carried Out.

A

R : When the same function is selected twice, the second selection is ignored.

: Functional combination that cannot be performed.

Accessories

Components

■ The DP-8032/8025 is a digital photocopier which can produce images with great clarity.

Furthermore, its copying functionality can also be greatly enhanced by the addition of the following options, and supplies.

We hope you find that the wide ranging capabilities will make your office-place more productive and efficient.

Inner Tray

(DA-XN201)

1-Bin Finisher

(DA-FS300)

or

Exit Tray

(DA-XT200)

3rd Paper Tray

(DA-DS305)

4th Paper Tray

(DA-DS306)

Fax Communication Board

(DA-FG300)

Data Security Kit

(DA-SC06)

Image Memory

(DA-SM16B/64B/28B)

● 16/64/128 MB

● To increase the memory capacity for electronic sorting.

Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Unit

(DA-HD31)

● This option also requires at least 16 MB of optional Sorting Image Memory (DA-SM16B)

● For PS Printing (for Fonts)

Security Print/Mailbox

Tandem copy/Concurrent copy

Internet Fax without mail server

1,000 Station Address Book

Print Job Spooling

Account Management

Expansion Board

(DA-EM600)

● Expansion F-ROM (8 MB)

Printer Controller Module

(DA-PC302)

● Printer Controller for PCL6∗

Multi Page Description Language

Controller Module

(DA-MC302)

● Printer Controller for PS∗/PCL6

Panasonic Document Distribution System

(DA-WR10)

Part Name

Staple Cartridge

Toner

NOTE

Part No.

FQ-SS32

DQ-TU15E

Remarks

Staple Cartridge Refills (3) for DA-FS300

Toner

PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.

PS is a Page Description Language of the Adobe Cooperation.

● Contact your authorized service provider for details on combinations of options.

● Availability may differ as per destination. Please ask your sales company for detail.

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94

Problem Solving

Troubleshooting

Check

Unit Does Not Operate

Does the display light?

Does the Energy Saver key flash (or light) and displays are turned OFF?

Does any of the U## codes and messages appear on the display?

(U1, U4, U6, U7, U11....etc.)

Does the Add Staples indicator and message appear on the display?

Does the Add Paper indicator and message appear on the display? ( )

Does the paper misfeed indicator and message appear on the display? ( or J##)

Does E#-## indicator and message appear on the display?

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.

Light Copies

Does the exposure indicator say “LIGHTER”?

Does the Add Toner indicator and message appear on the display? ( )

Action

Check if the Power Switches (Main Power

Switch on the back and Power Switch on the

Left Side of the machine) are turned ON and if the power cord is plugged into the AC outlet.

Press Energy Saver key on the control panel.

(See page 68)

Perform actions in accordance with each message.

Add Staples (See page 20)

Remove all jammed staples. (See page 21)

Add paper. (See page 18)

Remove the misfed paper. (See pages 22-25)

Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and the Main Power Switch on the Back of the machine to the OFF and ON. If the error code does not clear, call your Service provider.

Turn the Power Switch on the Left Side and the Main Power Switch on the Back of the machine to the OFF and ON.

Touch the “DARKER” button.

Replace the Toner Bottle.

(See pages 18, and 19)

Check

Marked Copies

Is the copier Platen Glass or Platen Sheet dirty?

Is the original an OHP film or a dark original?

Action

Clean the Platen Glass or Sheet.

Cover the original with a sheet of white paper before copying or lighten the exposure setting.

■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call your Service provider.

Machine Care

■ As a rule, clean weekly.

Platen Sheet

Platen Glass/Platen Sheet

Wipe marks off with a cloth, and a neutral detergent.

Wipe again with a dry cloth.

Platen (glass)

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Problem Solving

Replacing the Battery/Set the Date and Time

The copier 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.

1 2

Turn the Power Switch on the

Left Side of the machine to the

OFF position.

Remove

1 Screw

Battery Holder

Right Side of Control Panel

Setting the Date and Time

(if required):

1 2

5

Scroll to 05/13

NOTE

● The service life of the battery is approximately 1 year under normal use.

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.

96

3

New

Used

4

Install

1 Screw

Battery Holder

Right Side of Control Panel

3

This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains

Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.

See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate

4

5

Turn the Power Switch on the

Left Side of the machine to the ON position.

5

Input Password

(8 digits: alphanumeric; alphabet

(case-sensitive), numbers, symbols (@,

., _, and SPACE))

6 7

Time

Month, Day, Year,

Time

Month/Day/Year/Time

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."

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Others

Specifications

Type:

Platen Type:

Acceptable Originals:

Copying Method:

Fixing Method:

Imaging Method:

Resolution:

Operation Panel:

Maximum Copy Size:

Void Area:

Warm Up Time:

First Copy Time:

Multi-Copy Speed:

Enlargement Ratios:

Reduction Ratios:

Paper Feed:

Paper Weight:

Quantity Selector:

Electrical Consumption:

Energy Consumption:

Dimensions (W × D × H):

Mass (Weight):

Operating Environment:

Desk Top

Fixed

Sheets, Books (max. Ledger)

Laser Electrophotography

Heat Roller Fixing

Dry-Type Dual components imaging

Max. 600 dpi

Touch Panel Display

Ledger - Invoice via Paper Tray

Max. 0.2” (5 mm)

Approx. 35 seconds (68°F/20°C)

Less than 4.5 seconds (Letter , from 1st Tray to Inner Tray)

DP-8032 : 32 cpm (Letter size)

DP-8025 : 25 cpm (Letter size)

Preset: 121%, 129%, 155%, 200%

Variable: from 101% to 400% in 1% increments

Preset: 79%, 77%, 65%, 61%, 50%

Variable: from 99% to 25% in 1% increments

Paper Tray (550 sheets × 2) + Sheet Bypass (50 sheets)

Paper Tray: 16 - 24 lb (Bypass: 15 - 35 lb)

Max. 999 sheets (Output Tray capacity is 250 sheets)

AC 120V, 60Hz, 12A

Max. 1.45 kW, 18 Wh in Sleep Mode

23.6” × 27.8” × 27.4” (599 × 707 × 697 mm)

158 lb (72 k g

)

Temperature: 50°F (10°C ) - 86°F (30°C) Relative Humidity: 30% - 80%

(However, the humidity should be 70% or less at a temperature of 86°F (30°C), and the temperature should be 80°F (27°C) or less at a humidity level of 80%.)

● Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Tray Capacity:

Paper Size:

Paper Weight:

Electrical Requirements:

Dimensions (W × D × H):

Mass (Weight):

ADF

Letter, Invoice: 50 sheets (20 lb)

Ledger, Legal: 30 sheets (20 lb)

Invoice/Letter/Legal/Ledger

14 – 28 lb

Supplied from the copier

21.7” × 20.5” × 5.3” (552 × 520 × 135 mm) (without Tray)

20.5 lb (9.3 k g)

Paper Size:

Paper Weight:

Stacking Capacity:

Staple Sort :

Electrical Requirements:

Dimensions (W × D × H):

Mass (Weight):

Letter/Legal/Ledger

16 – 24 lb

Letter: 500 sheets, Legal: 250 sheets, Ledger: 250 sheets

Letter: 30 sheets, Legal: 20 sheets, Ledger: 20 sheets

Supplied from the copier

7.1” × 19.7” × 10.1” (182 × 498 × 257 mm)

22.0 lb (10 k g)

Paper Size:

Paper Weight:

Electrical Requirements:

Invoice/Letter/Legal/Ledger

16 – 24 lb

Supplied from the copier

Dimensions (W × D × H): 21.7” × 23.5” × 5.8”

(550 × 596 × 147 mm)

Mass (Weight): 18.7 lb (8.5 k g)

● Specifications are subject to change without notice.

21.7” × 23.5” × 6.8”

(550 × 596 × 173 mm)

19.8 lb (9.0 k g)

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Others

INDEX

1-Bin Finisher

Components .......................................................... 93

Function ................................................................. 77

Function Indication .......................................... 28, 29

Making Copies ....................................................... 48

Removing a Misfed Paper ..................................... 24

Replacing the Staple Cartridge ............................. 20

Specifications ........................................................ 99

User Error Codes (U##) ......................................... 20

1-Sided 2-Sided Copy ............................................ 40

2 Page Copy ............................................................... 42

2-Sided 1-Sided Copy ............................................ 40

2-Sided 2-Sided Copy ............................................ 40

2-Sided/Original Copy ....................................... 40-47

A

Accessories (Components) ......................................... 93

ACTIVE LED (GREEN) ............................................... 27

Adding Paper (Paper Tray) .......................................... 18

Adding Paper (Sheet Bypass) ..................................... 18

Adjust the Manual Exposure ................................. 17, 31

Auto Zoom ................................................................... 50

B

Basic Menu ............................................................ 30-39

Book ............................................................................ 52

Book 2-Sided Copy ................................................ 42

Booklet Copy ............................................................... 44

Button Names on the Keyboard .................................. 35

C

Centering .................................................................... 52

Changing the Paper Size ............................................ 84

CLEAR Key ................................................................. 27

Combined Function Table ........................................... 92

Completion Notice ...................................................... 38

Completion Notice Button .............................. 28, 29, 39

Concurrent Copying .................................................... 66

Control Panel .............................................................. 27

Copy Image and Paper Image Indication .............. 28, 29

COPY Key ............................................................. 16, 27

Copy Ratio Indication ............................................ 28, 29

Copy Size Indication ............................................. 28, 29

Copy Size Key ....................................................... 27, 32

Copying on Heavy Paper ............................................ 30

Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1) ....................... 30

Copying with Preset Ratios ......................................... 32

Cover ........................................................................... 58

D

Digital Skyshot Mode .................................................. 66

Document Scanning ................................................... 70

Double Exposure ........................................................ 64

Duplex Notice Function ............................................... 40

E

Edge ............................................................................ 50

Energy Saver .............................................................. 68

ENERGY SAVER Key ................................................. 27

Energy Star ............................................................... 102

Exit Destination ........................................................... 17

F

File Edit ....................................................................... 62

Form Overlay .............................................................. 60

Function (Copier Settings for Key Operator) ............... 82

Function (Copier Settings) ..................................... 74-75

Function (Example:

Changing the Auto Contrast Setting) ........................ 84

Function (Example: Department Counter) .................. 88

Function (Example: Network Settings) ....................... 90

Function (Example: Weekly Timer) ............................. 86

Function (General Settings for Key Operator) ....... 77-81

Function (General Settings) ........................................ 74

Function (Printer Settings for Key Operator) ............... 83

Function (Printer Settings) .......................................... 76

Function (Procedure) .................................................. 72

Function (Scanner Settings) ....................................... 75

FUNCTION Key ................................................... 27, 72

I

Image Repeat ............................................................. 54

Insertion/Overlay .................................................... 58-63

INTERRUPT Key ......................................................... 27

Interrupt Mode ............................................................. 68

Inverse ........................................................................ 54

J

Job Build And SADF Mode ......................................... 46

Job Build And SADF/

Multi-Size Feed Mode Indication ............ 28, 29, 46, 47

Job Memory ................................................................ 64

Job Queue .................................................................. 38

Job Queue Button ........................................... 28, 29, 38

Job Settings Button ............................................... 28, 29

K

Keypad ........................................................................ 27

L

Light Copies ................................................................ 94

M

Machine Care .............................................................. 95

Machine/User Error Code Indication

(U13, E1-01, etc.) ................................... 20, 28, 29, 94

Manual Exposure Select Buttons

(Lighter and Darker) ......................... 17, 28, 29, 31, 71

Manual Skyshot Mode ................................................ 66

Margin ......................................................................... 52

100

Marked Copies ............................................................ 95

Multi-Size Feeding ...................................................... 46

Multi-Tasking Job Table ................................................. 2

N

N in 1 Copy ................................................................. 44

Network Scanner .................................................. 70, 71

Non-Sort ..................................................................... 48

O

OHP Interleaving ......................................................... 58

Operating Instructions Outline ...................................... 3

Operation Chart (Problem Solving) ............................. 17

Operation Chart (Quick Operation Chart) ................... 16

Original Image Indication ...................................... 28, 29

Original Mode Select Button

(Text; Text / Photo; Photo) ............... 17, 28, 29, 31, 71

Original Size Indication ......................................... 28, 29

ORIGINALSIZE Key .................................................... 27

Output Tray Button .......................................... 17, 28, 29

Output Tray Indication ..................................... 17, 28, 29

Overlay ........................................................................ 60

P

Page Insertion ............................................................. 58

Paper Level and Size Indication ........................... 28, 29

Paper Tray Selection Button .................................. 28, 29

Position of the original(s) ............................................ 31

Precautions ................................................................. 10

Presentation ................................................................ 60

PRINT DATA LED (GREEN) ........................................ 27

Problem Solving (Troubleshooting) ............................. 94

Proof Copying ............................................................. 32

Proof Set Button .............................................. 28, 29, 33

R

Registering your PC (Network Scanner) ..................... 70

Removing a Misfed Paper (1-Bin Finisher) ................. 24

Removing a Misfed Paper (2nd/3rd/4th Paper Tray) ... 24

Removing a Misfed Paper (ADF) ................................ 24

Removing a Misfed Paper (Automatic Duplex Unit) .... 22

Removing a Misfed Paper

(Paper Entry Area/1st Paper Tray) ............................ 22

Removing a Misfed Paper (Paper Transport Area) ..... 22

Replacing the Battery ................................................. 96

Replacing the Staple Cartridge ................................... 20

Replacing Toner Bottle/

Replacing Toner Waste Container ............................ 18

Reserve a Job Button ..................................... 28, 29, 67

RESET Key ................................................................. 27

Rotate Mode Indication ......................................... 28, 29

Rotate-Group .............................................................. 48

Rotate-Sort ................................................................. 48

S

Safety Information ......................................................... 7

Select type of Original(s) ............................................ 31

Set the Date and Time ................................................ 96

Shift-Group .................................................................. 48

Shift-Sort ..................................................................... 48

Skyshot Mode ............................................................. 66

Sort ............................................................................. 48

Sort/Finish ................................................................... 48

Specifications .............................................................. 98

Stamping (Date Stamp) .............................................. 56

Stamping (Issue Number Stamping) ........................... 56

Stamping (Page Numbering) ...................................... 54

Staple Sort .................................................................. 48

START Key .................................................................. 27

STATUS LED (RED) .................................................... 27

STOP Key ................................................................... 27

Symbols/Icons ............................................................... 4

T

Table of Contents .......................................................... 5

Tandem/Remote Button .................................. 28, 29, 35

Tandem/Remote Button Indication .................. 28, 29, 35

Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Deleting) ................. 36

Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Editing) .................... 36

Tandem/Remote Copy Settings (Registration) ...... 34-37

Tandem/Remote Copying ........................................... 34

Touch Panel Display ................................................... 28

Troubleshooting ........................................................... 94

U

Unit Does Not Operate ................................................ 94

Useful Office Functions ................................................. 2

User Error Codes (U Code) ........................................ 20

Using the ADF ............................................................. 30

W

Warning Indications .............................................. 28, 29

Z

Zoom ........................................................................... 50

Zoom/Effects .......................................................... 50-57

101

102

Others

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

( )

As an

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Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets the

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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

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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.

The following trademarks and registered trademarks are used throughout this manual:

Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook &

Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.

Adobe, Acrobat Reader & Adobe logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems

Incorporated.

All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.

PEERLESSPage™ is a trademark of the PEERLESS Systems Corporation, and

PEERLESSPrint™ and Memory Reduction Technology ® are registered trademarks of PEERLESS

Systems Corporation, and, COPYRIGHT © 2002 PEERLESS Systems Corporation.

Monotype ® is a registered trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions.

ColorSet™ is a registered trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions.

ColorSet™ Profile Tool Kit, Profile Studio and Profile Optimizer are trademarks of Monotype Imaging Inc.

and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

PCL is either trademark or registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company and/or its subsidiaries.

Adobe, PostScript and PostScript 3 are either registered trademarks or trademark of Adobe Systems

Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

This equipment contains a number of programs licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public

License/GNU Lesser General Public License and other open software. For more details and applicable license terms thereof, please refer to the relevant information in the CD attached herewith.

Captaris and RightFax are trademarks of Captaris, Inc.

Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

USA Only

WARRANTY

PANASONIC COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARAN-

TEES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO CUSTOMER WITH RESPECT TO THIS

PANASONIC MACHINE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANT-

ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. PANASONIC COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY OF

NORTH AMERICA ASSUMES NO RISK AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE,

INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL

DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY THE CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE

OR APPLICATION OF THIS PANASONIC MACHINE. SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS OF DEALER’S

WARRANTY.

This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains

Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.

See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate

For Service, Call:

Panasonic Communications Company of North America

Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America

One Panasonic Way

Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/

Panasonic Canada Inc.

5770 Ambler Drive

Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 http://www.panasonic.ca

© 2008 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.

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August 2008

Published in Japan

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