Fujitsu FI-4220C User's Manual
P3PC-E017-01EN
fi-4220C Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for buying the fi-4220C Duplex Color Scanner.
The fi-4220C scanner is capable of scanning color images on both
sides, and has the following features.
■ Easy Scanning and Display
The ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) allows you to scan
A4-size duplex color documents at a high speed of 25 pages
per minute.
■ Easily Installable
The scanner's small size allows it to be installed almost
anywhere.
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About this manual
How This Manual Is Organized
This manual is organized as follows. An index is provided at the
end of this manual.
1 PREPARING THE SCANNER
This chapter describes how to prepare the scanner for
use.
2 INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
This chapter describes how to install and connect the
scanner, and how to install the scanner application.
3 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
This chapter describes basic scanner operations.
4 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS
This chapter describes how to scan various types of
documents.
5 DAILY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
6 REPLACING CONSUMABLES
This chapter describes how to replace scanner
consumables.
7 TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter describes how to remedy document jams,
other trouble, items to check before contacting the agent
where you bought the scanner, and how to check device
labels.
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8 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
This chapter describes the required document size and
paper quality for ensuring correct operation of the ADF.
9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION
This chapter lists the scanner specifications.
We hope that this manual is useful in taking full advantage of the
fi-4220C Duplex Color Scanner's advantages.
April, 2002
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Revisions
FCC declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
WARNING
NOTICE
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
•
The use of a non-shielded interface cable
with the referenced device is prohibited.
The length of the parallel interface cable
must be 3 meters (10 feet) or less. The
length of the serial interface cable must be
15 meters (50 feet) or less.
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The length of the AC cable must be 3
meters (10 feet) or less.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conformme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
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Bescheimigung des Herstellers / Importeurs
Hiermit wird bescheinigt, daß der/dieldas
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fi-4220C in Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der
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AmtsblVfg 243/1991 funkentstört ist. Der Deutschen
Bundesport wurde das Inverkehrbringen dieses Gerätes
angezeigt und die Berechtigung zur Überprüfung der Serie auf
Einhaltung der Bestimmungen eingeräumt.
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Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung 3. GS GV,
18.01.1991:Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A)
order weniger gemäß ISO/7779.
International Energy Star Program
As a participating operator of the International Energy
Star Program, PFU LIMITED. certifies that this product
satisfies the requirements of the International Energy
Star Program.
The International Energy Star Program is an international program
for promoting energy conservation in computers and other office
equipment. The purpose of this program is to promote the
development and propagation of products provided with functions
for efficiently limiting energy consumption. Operators opt to
participate in this program on a voluntary basis. Equipment
covered by this program are computers, displays, printers,
facsimiles, copiers, and other office equipment. The standards for
each of these equipment Energy Star mark (
each participating country.
) are unified by
Use in High-safety Applications
This product has been designed and manufactured on the
assumption that it will be used in office, personal, domestic, regular
industrial, and general-purpose applications. It has not been
designed and manufactured for use in applications (simply called
"high-safety applications" from here on) that directly involve serious
danger to life and health when an extremely high degree of safety
is required, for example, in the control of nuclear reactions at
nuclear power facilities, automatic flight control of aircraft, air traffic
control, operation control in mass-transport systems, medical
equipment for sustaining life, and missile firing control in weapons
systems, and when provisionally the safety in question is not
ensured. The user should use this product without adopting
measures for ensuring safety in such high-safety applications. FPU
Co., Ltd. assumes no liability whatsoever for damages arising from
use of this product by the user in high-safety applications, and for
any claims or compensation for damages by the user or a third
party.
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About the use of mercury
Scanner lamp includes mercury.
Too avoid unexpected injury, read the followings carefully.
Doing following actions may result in serious personal injuries:
• Put the substance in the lamp into mouth as it contains mercury.
• Vaporize, crumb, condense the scanner.
• Aspirate the chemical liquid containd in scanner parts.
Dispose of the scanner should be conducted as required by local
ordinances or regulations.
Illegal Copying
Copying of bank notes, currency, government-issued bonds and
passports, licenses and permits issued by public and private
organizations, official documents, private documents, etc. is illegal
and punishable by law.
Copyright
Copyright items such as books, paintings, wood block prints, maps,
drawings, photographs, etc. cannot be reproduced without the
permission of the rightful person except in individual or domestic
applications, or in other similar applications within a limited scope.
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Trademarks
Microsoft®, Windows® and Windows NT® are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the USA and other
respective countries.
ISIS® is a registered trademark of Pixel Translations, A Division of
Actionpoint Inc.
Adobe and the Adobe logo as well as Acrobat and the Acrobat
Logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Other product names referred to in this manual are registered
trademarks or trademarks of respective companies.
How Trademarks Are Indicated In This Manual
References to operating systems (OS) are indicated as follows:
Windows® 95:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating
system.
Windows® 98:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating
system.
Windows® Me:
Refers to Refers to Microsoft® Windows®
Millennium Edition operating system.
Windows® 2000: Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 2000
Professional operating system.
Windows® XP:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
operating system, and Microsoft® Windows® XP
Home Edition operating system
Windows NT®:
Refers to Microsoft® Windows NT® operating
system Version4.0.
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the
above operating system, the general term "Windows® " is used.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright© PFU LIMITED 2002.
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Preface
Safety Precautions
This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and
correct use of this product. Thoroughly read this manual before you
start to use this product. In particular, be sure to read and fully
understand the Safety Precautions described in this manual before
you use this product.
Also, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily
referred to during use of this product.
Warning Indications Used In This Manual
This manual uses the following indications to ensure safe and
correct use of this product, and to prevent possible danger and
injury to the operator and other persons.
WARNING
CAUTION
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This indication alerts operators to an
operation that, if not strictly observed, may
result in severe injury or death.
This indication alerts operators to an
operation that, if not strictly observed, may
result in safety hazards to personnel or
damage to equipment.
Symbols Used In This Manual
This manual uses the following symbols in explanations in addition
to warning indications.
ATTENTION
HINT
This symbol alerts operators to particularly
important information. Be sure to read this
information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice
regarding operation.
A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care
and attention is required.
The drawing inside the triangle shows the specific
caution.
A CIRCLE with a diagonal line inside shows
action which users are not
allowed to do.The drawing inside or under the
circle shows the specific
action that is not allowed.
Outline characters on a colored background
shows instructions users
should follow. It may include the drawing which
shows the sepecific
instruction.
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Screen Examples In This Manual
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change without
notice in the interest of product improvement.
If the actual displayed screen differs from the screen examples in
this manual, operate by following the actual displayed screen
referring to the User's Manual of the scanner application you are
using.
Furthermore, the screenshots in this manual are for the FUJITSU
TWAIN32 scanner driver and the Image Capturing Software
Utilities "ScandAll 21" for Microsoft® Windows®.
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Safety Precautions
WARNING
The following describes important warnings described in this
manual.
Do not damage the AC cable.
A damaged AC cable might cause fire or electric
shock.
Do not place heavy objects on AC cables, or pull,
bend, twist, heat, damage or modify AC cables.
Also, do not use damaged AC cables or power
plugs, and AC cables or power plugs when the
power outlet fitting is loose.
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables.
Failure to use the included so might cause electric
shock and equipment failure.
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Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage.
Do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage.
Improper power voltage so might cause fire or
electric shock.
Also, do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Wipe any dust from the power plug.
Wipe off any dust from metal parts on the power
plug or metal fittings with a soft, dry cloth.
Accumulated dust might cause fire or electric shock.
Do not install in locations subject to oil smoke,
steam, humidity, and dust.
Do not install the scanner in locations subject to oil
smoke, steam, humidity, and dust. Doing so might
cause fire or electric shock.
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Do not use the scanner if you smell strange odor.
If you sense heat coming from devices or detect
other malfunctions such as smoke, strange smells or
strange noises, immediately press down the power
button to turn off the scanner and then disconnect its
power plug.
Make sure that the smoke has disappeared, and
then contact the agent where you bought the
scanner.
Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged.
If the scanner is damaged for any reason, press
down the power button the scanner and unplug the
power cable before contacting the authorized agent.
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Do not allow liquids to get inside the scanner.
Do not insert or drop foreign metal objects in to the
scanner.
Do not scan wet document or document with paper
clips.
Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet.
If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids,
etc.) get inside the scanner, immediately press down
the power button to turn off the scanner and
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.
Then contact the agent where you bought the
scanner or Maintenance Service Center.
Pay particular attention to this warning in
households where there are small children.
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Do not touch the inside of the scanner unless
necessary.
Do not disassemble or modify the scanner. The
inside of the scanner contains high-voltage
components. Touching these components might
cause fire or electric shock.
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CAUTION
The following describes important cautions described in this
manual.
Do not touch the AC cable with wet hands.
Do not insert or disconnect the power plug with wet
hands. Doing so might cause electric shock.
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Install the scanner on a desk so that none of its parts
protrude outside of the desktop. Also, make sure that
the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface.
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Install the scanner on a level surface that is free of
vibration to prevent it from tilting.
Firmly insert the power plug.
Firmly insert the power plug into the power outlet as
far it can go.
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Do not block the ventilation ports.
Do not block the ventilation ports. Blocking the
ventilation ports generates heat inside of scanner,
resulting in fire or scanner failure.
Do not place heavy objects or climb on top of the
scanner.
Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or use
the scanner's top surface for performing other work.
Improper installation might cause injuries.
Before moving the scanner, disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet.
Do not move the scanner with the power and
interface cables connected as this might damage the
cables, causing fire, electric shock or injuries.
Before moving the scanner, be sure to disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet, and
disconnect connector cables. Also, make sure that
the floor is free of obstructions.
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Protect the scanner from static electricity.
Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields
and other sources of noise. Also, protect the scanner
from static electricity as this might cause the
scanner to malfunction.
Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner.
Do not use aerosol sprays, for example, to clean the
scanner. Air sprayed from aerosol sprays causes dirt
and dust to enter the scanner, resulting scanner
failure and malfunction.
Avoid any contact when scanner is in use.
Avoid any contact when scanner is operating as this
may cause injuries.
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Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet
when the scanner is not used for a long period of
time.
When the scanner is not used for a long period of
time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet for safety's sake.
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet as
soon as you hear thunder.
If lightning strikes nearby, immediately disconnect
the AC cable from the power outlet. Leaving the
scanner turned ON might result in damage to the
scanner.
Do not install the scanner in the direct sunlight.
Do not install the scanner in the direct sunlight or
near heating apparatus. Doing so might cause heat
to build up inside the scanner, causing fire or
scanner trouble. Install the scanner in a wellventilated location.
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Please send your comments on this manual or on Fujitsu products
to the following addresses:
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CONTENTS
1 PREPARING THE SCANNER ...............1
1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package ...... 2
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts .................................. 4
1.3 Operator panel ........................................................ 11
2 INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER.......17
2.1 Installing the Scanner .............................................. 18
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC ............................. 22
2.3 Installing the Scanner Application ........................... 29
3 BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS.......31
3.1 Turning the Scanner ON ......................................... 32
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning ........ 34
3.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning ... 39
3.4 Scanning Documents .............................................. 41
4 SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS ......................................45
4.1 Scanning in Books .................................................. 46
4.2 Scanning Documents Larger Than A4 In Size ........ 48
4.3 Scanning Different-width Documents ...................... 50
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ................. 51
4.5 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color) ........ 56
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds ........................................... 59
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5 DAILY CARE........................................63
5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and
Cleaning Cycle ........................................................ 64
5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed ............................................... 66
5.3 Cleaning the ADF .................................................... 69
6 REPLACING CONSUMABLES ...........77
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle ..................... 78
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY ........................................... 86
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller ........................................ 92
7 TROUBLESHOOTING .......................103
7.1 Removing Jammed Documents ............................ 104
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles ................................. 107
7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent
where you bought the scanner .............................. 126
7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner .......................... 130
8 ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION .133
8.1 Document Size ...................................................... 134
8.2 Document Quality .................................................. 135
8.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity ................ 139
8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas ........................... 140
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions ........................ 141
9 SCANNER SPECIFICATION .............145
9.1 Basic Specifications .............................................. 146
9.2 Installation Specifications ...................................... 149
9.3 External Dimensions ............................................. 151
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS .....................GL-1
INDEX ................................................... IN-1
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PREPARING THE
SCANNER
1
PREPARING THE SCANNER
This chapter describes how to prepare the scanner for use.
1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package ....... 2
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts .................................... 4
1.3 Operator panel ............................................................ 11
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1.1 Checking the Contents of the
Scanner Package
When you unpack the scanner package, make sure that all the
following parts are included in the package.
If any parts are missing or defective, contact your sales
representative.
Handle the scanner and accessories with care.
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1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package
Scanner and Accessories
•
Scanner
•
ADF paper chute
•
AC adapter
•
AC cable
1
USB interface
cable
•
Scanner driver
CD-ROM
•
Adobe® Acrobat®
5.0 CD-ROM
•
Manual CD-ROM
•
Operator's Guide
(this manual)
•
Quick Installation
Guide
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1.1 Checking the Contents of the Scanner Package
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
This section describes the names of parts and their functions.
■ Front
(2) ADF paper chute
(3) Side guide
(1) ADF(Automatic
document feeder)
(4) ADF button
(7) Flatbed
(5) Operator panel
(6) Stacker
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
Name
Function
1
ADF(Automatic
document
feeder)
Automatically feeds documents into
the scanner.
2
ADF paper
chute
Used when scanning documents on
the ADF.
3
Side guide
Adjust the side guides to match the
width of the document to avoid image
skew.
4
ADF button
Press this button to open the ADF
cover, for example, to remove
jammed documents in the ADF.
5
Operator panel
Used for operating the scanner. The
scanner status is shown on the
Function No. display.
6
Stacker
Documents are stacked here after
they are scanned.
7
Flatbed
It is used when reading one
manuscript at a time.
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
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PREPARING THE SCANNER
No.
■ Inside
(11) Document cover
(10) Document holding pad
(9) Document bed
(8) Shipping lock
(located on bas)
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
No.
Name
Function
8
shipping lock
Used to fasten the carry unit while
the scanner is being transported.
9
Document bed
Load documents here when
scanning documents one sheet at
a time. This is also called the
Flatbed.
Document holding
pad
Holds the document against the
document bed.
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Document cover
When closed, this cover holds
down the document loaded on the
document bed in position.
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
PREPARING THE SCANNER
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1
7
■ Rear
(12) SCSI ID switch
(13) SCSI Interface connector
8
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
(15) DC inlet
(14) USB Interface connector
No.
Name
Function
12
SCSI ID switch
Sets the SCSI ID. (Set to "5" before
the scanner is shipped from the
factory.)
13
SCSI interface
connector
Connect the SCSI interface cable
from the host PC or Computer
here.
14
USB interface
connector
Connect the USB interface cable
from the host PC or Computer
here.
15
DC inlet
Connect the AC adapter here.
PREPARING THE SCANNER
1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
1
9
■ Removable Parts
The following shows the parts that can be removed from the
scanner.
Removal is
possible.
ADF paper chute
Pick roller
Pad ASY
Document cover
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1.2 Names and Functions of Parts
Sheet guide
1.3 Operator panel
The operator panel is located on the right side of the scanner. This
panel comprises a Function No. display, four buttons and a LED.
Function No.
display
Send to
Scan
Power button
LED
1.3 Operator panel
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Function
1
Name
Function
Function No. display
Indicates the function No., Scan
mode, and error status. For details,
see "■ Indications on the Function
No. display" in this section.
button
Function
Select the Function No. set in the
launcher (*).
Send to
Scan
Start and read the application
software according to the details set
in the launcher (*).
Power button
Turns the scanner ON and OFF.
-
Lights when the scanner is turned
ON.
LED
*) For information on detailed settings for the launcher, refer to the
Scanner Utility for Microsoft® Windows® User’s Guide on the
scanner driver CD-ROM.
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1.3 Operator panel
■ Indications on the Function No. display
The following shows the indications on the Function No. display.
■P
Indicates that the scanner has been turned ON and is being
initialized.
■0
■1
Indicates that initialization has ended successfully.
Also, this status is called "Ready Status".
■U
Indicates that a temporary error occurred while the document
was being scanned.
"U" and "0 to 2" are display alternately.
To return the scanner to the ready status ("1"), press "Scan"
or "Send to" button while the error is indicated.
1.3 Operator panel
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Indicates that initialization will soon end.
1
■E
Indicates that a device alarm occurred while the document
was being scanned.
"E" and the alarm No. (0 to 9, c and d) are indicated
alternately.
To return the scanner to the ready status ("1"), press "Scan"
or "Send to" button while the alarm is indicated.
If this alarm occurs, turn the power off and on again. If the
alarm continues after turning on the power again, contact
your service engineer.
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1.3 Operator panel
The following table shows the details of each temporary error.
Indication
Meaning
U0
Shipping lock is locked.
U1
Paper feed error occurs.
U2
Double feed error occurs.
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•
"U0" error
If this error occurs, release the Shipping lock.
See "2.1 Installing the Scanner" for the procedure to
release the Shipping lock.
•
"U1" error
If this error occurs, remove jammed document.
See "7.1 Removing Jammed Documents" for removing
jammed document.
•
"U2" error
If this error occurs, remove the jammed documents.
See "7.1 Removing Jammed Documents" for removing the
jammed documents.
Confirm the documents meet paper condition for ADF
scanning.
See "■ Precautions" in "8.2 Document Quality" for
document conditions.
1.3 Operator panel
15
PREPARING THE SCANNER
The following shows the procedure for releasing of each
temporary error.
The following table shows the details of alarms.
Indication
16
Meaning
E0
A trouble occurred on the mechanical
movement in Flatbed (CR).
E1
An trouble occurred on the optical system
(Flatbed).
E2
An trouble occurred on the optical system
(front).
E3
An trouble occurred on the optical system
(back).
E4
The motor fuse has blown.
E6
An trouble occurred on the operator panel.
E7
An trouble occurred in the EEPROM.
E8
The SCSI interface fuse has blown.
E9
An trouble occurred in image memory.
Ec
An trouble occurred in memory.
Ed
An trouble occurred in the SCSI interface
controller.
1.3 Operator panel
2
INSTALLATION OF
A SCANNER
This chapter describes how to install and connect the scanner, and
how to install the scanner application.
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 95 operating
system.
Windows® 98
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating
system.
Windows® Me Refers to Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition
operating system.
Windows® 2000Refers to Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional
operating system.
Windows® XP Refers to Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
operating system.
Refers to Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
operating system.
Windows NT® Refers to Microsoft® Windows NT® operating
system Version4.0.
2.1 Installing the Scanner ................................................ 18
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC ............................... 22
2.3 Installing the Scanner Application............................ 29
17
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
Windows® 95
2
2.1 Installing the Scanner
The following shows the procedure for installing the scanner.
1.
Place the scanner at its installation site.
For details on the scanner's dimensions and required
installation space, see "9.2 Installation Specifications."
2.
Unlock the Shipping lock.
The carrier unit inside the scanner is fixed in place by the
shipping lock to prevent the scanner from becoming damaged
during transportation from the factory.
After transporting and placing the scanner, tilt the scanner
(approx. 30 degrees) and release the Shipping lock.
Lock
18
2.1 Installing the Scanner
Release
3.
Attach the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to attach the ADF paper chute, see
"■ Attaching the ADF paper chute" in this section.
4.
Connect the AC adapter.
For details on how to connect the AC adapter, see
"■ Connecting the AC Adapter" in this section.
2
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
2.1 Installing the Scanner
19
■ Attaching the ADF paper chute
The following shows the procedure for attaching the ADF paper
chute.
1.
Hold the ADF paper chute and insert its tabs into
the counterpart holes on the scanner as shown
in the figure below.
The Side guide of the ADF paper chute has to face up.
ADF paper chute
tab
Side guide
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2.1 Installing the Scanner
■ Connecting the AC Adapter
The following shows the procedure for connecting the AC adapter.
CAUTION
Use only whth AC adapter provided by the
manufacturer.
1.
Connect the AC cable to the AC adapter.
2.
Connect the connector of AC adapter to the DC
inlet of the scanner.
3.
Insert the AC cable into the outlet.
21
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
2.1 Installing the Scanner
2
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a
PC
When running Windows® 95 or Windows NT® 4.0, connect the
SCSI interface cable.
When running Windows® 98, Windows® ME, Windows® 2000, or
Windows® XP, connect either the USB interface cable or the SCSI
interface cable.
ATTENTION
22
Connect only one of the USB or SCSI interface
cables. Windows® 95 and Windows NT® 4.0
does not support USB interface.
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
■ Connecting the USB Interface Cable
The following shows the procedure for connecting the USB
interface cable.
1.
Connect the USB interface cable to the USB
interface connector.
2
Connect the other end of the USB interface cable
to the PC.
3.
Press down the scanner power button on the
Function No. display to turn on the scanner.
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
23
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
2.
4.
Press the power button on the face plate of the
PC to turn on the PC.
•
Be sure to use the USB cable which
comes as an accessory with this
scanner.
We does not confirm the correct
operation of a commercial USB cable.
•
When connecting to a USB hub, use the
first stage USB hub that is closest to the
computer. If you use the second or later,
the scanner may not operate correctly.
•
This scanner is provided with two
interfaces: SCSI-2 and USB1.1.
On this scanner, each of the SCSI and
USB interfaces is controlled exclusively,
so both interfaces cannot be used
simultaneously. Scanner can be only
connected to either USB or SCSI
interface.
ATTENTION
24
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
■ Connecting the SCSI Interface Cable
When using the scanner with SCSI interface, a third-party SCSI
interface cable and SCSI card must be present.
•
SCSI interface cable
The physical specifications of connector is complied with
SCSI-2.The 50 Pin Contact Shielded High-Density SCSI
Device Connector is used.
•
SCSI card
The recommended SCSI card is noted on the following home
page.
•
When connecting the SCSI interface cable,
be sure to first connect the SCSI interface
cable then turn on the power of the scanner
and the personal computer.
•
Connect the scanner so that it is the terminal
device on the SCSI daisy chain.
•
The SCSI card and SCSI interface cable has
to be purchased separately.
ATTENTION
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
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INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
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2
The following shows the procedure for connecting the SCSI
interface cable.
1.
Insert the SCSI interface cable into the interface
connector until both sides click.
2.
Connect the connector on the other end of the
cable to the personal computer.
ATTENTION
26
When using the scanner on the SCSI
interface, connect the scanner so that it is
the terminal device on the SCSI daisy
chain.
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
HINT
The factory default setting for SCSI ID is
"ID 5". If the SCSI ID of another SCSI
device is set to the same ID, either change
the scanner's SCSI ID or change the
SCSI ID of the other SCSI device. For
details on how to change the SCSI ID, see
"■ Setting the SCSI ID" in this section.
3.
Press down the scanner power button on the
Function No. display to turn on the scanner.
4.
Press the power button on the face plate of the
PC to turn on the PC.
This scanner is provided with two interfaces:
SCSI-2 and USB1.1.
On this scanner, each of the SCSI and USB
interfaces is controlled exclusively, so both
interfaces cannot be used simultaneously.
Scanner can be only connected to either USB or
SCSI interface.
2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
27
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
ATTENTION
2
■ Setting the SCSI ID
The factory default setting for SCSI ID is "ID 5".
The following shows the procedure for setting (changing) the SCSI
ID.
1.
If the scanner is ON, press the power button to
turn the scanner OFF. Disconnect the AC cable
from the outlet.
2.
Set the device address using the SCSI ID switch
on the back of the image scanner.
ID No.
3.
901
Click
78
23
456
Description
0 to7
These address numbers can be set.
8, 9
The factory default value (SCSI ID = 5) is
used for these numbers.
Press the power button to turn the scanner ON.
When the scanner is turned ON, the SCSI ID set in step 2. is
enabled. After setting the address number corresponding to
the target SCSI ID, connect the AC cable to the outlet and
turn on the scanner.
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2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC
2.3 Installing the Scanner
Application
•
The scanner driver needs to be installed prior
to scanner application.
•
You must install the scanner driver and all
software components in order to use the
Function No. display of the image scanner.
ATTENTION
2.3 Installing the Scanner Application
29
2
INSTALLATION OF A SCANNER
To enable scanning of documents on the scanner, the Scanner
driver (FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver) and Image Capturing
Software Utilities “ScandAll 21” for Microsoft® Windows®
(ScandAll 21) must be installed on your PC.
For details on installing the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner driver and
Image Capturing Software Utilities “ScandAll 21” for Microsoft®
Windows® (ScandAll 21) , refer to the fi-4220C Quick Installation
Guide.
For further details on installing the FUJITSU TWAIN32 scanner
driver, refer to the Scanner Utility for Microsoft® Windows® User’s
Guide on the scanner driver CD-ROM.
30
2.3 Installing the Scanner Application
3
BASIC SCANNER
OPERATIONS
This chapter describes basic scanner operations.
3.1 Turning the Scanner ON............................................. 32
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning ........ 34
3.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning... 39
3.4 Scanning Documents ................................................. 41
31
3
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
This chapter explains samples of the screens in Windows® XP.
The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you
are using is other than Windows® XP.
Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and
operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly.
3.1 Turning the Scanner ON
This section describes how to turn the scanner ON.
The following shows the procedure for turning the scanner ON.
1.
Press the power button on the operator panel.
The scanner is turned ON, and the green LED on the operator
panel lights.
Also, while the scanner is being initialized, the indication of
the Function No. display changes as follows:
“8”->"P" -> "0" -> "1"
The "1" status on the operator panel is ready status.
Power button
HINT
32
To turn the scanner OFF, hold the power button
down for two seconds.
3.1 Turning the Scanner ON
■ Power Save Mode
The Power Save mode keeps the scanner in a low-powered state
after it has been turned ON.
If no operation is performed on the scanner for 15 minutes, the
scanner automatically switches to the Power Save mode.
In the Power Save mode, the indication of the Function No. display
on the operator panel goes out, but the green LED stays lit.
To return from the Power Save mode, perform one of the following:
•
Load the document on the ADF paper chute.
•
Press any button on the operator panel.
However, holding down the power button for will turn the scanner
OFF.
•
Execute a command from the scanner driver.
3
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
3.1 Turning the Scanner ON
33
3.2 Loading Documents on the
ADF for Scanning
The following shows the procedure for loading documents on the
ADF paper chute.
1.
Align the edges of the document.
To do this, perform the following.
1) Align the front and side edges of the document to be
loaded.
Documents can be scanned more correctly if both edges
are aligned.
2) Check the number of sheets in the document.
The standard number of sheets that can be loaded on the
scanner is as follows:
• Number of sheets of A4-size paper or smaller that makes
a document stack of 5mm or less
• Maximum 50 sheet at A4, 20 lb, or 80g/m2
34
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
2.
Fan the document
When loading a multiple-sheet document, fan the document
as follows.
1) Take out a stack of document sheets with thickness of
5mm or less.
2) Lightly grip both ends of the document with both hands, and
bend the document as follows.
5mm
3
4) Repeat steps 1) to 3) a few times.
5) Rotate the document 90 degrees, and fan again.
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
35
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
3) Firmly holding the document with both hands, bend back the
document as follows so that the bent section rises up in the
middle of the document as follows.
3.
Load the document on the ADF paper chute.
Set the document so that the front side of the document (side
to be scanned as first page) contacts to the ADF paper chute.
Furthermore, when you have multiple pages, set the
document so that the first page is on the same side as the
ADF paper chute.
A
Load the document with its front side
facing the ADF paper chute.(face down)
36
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
HINT
Before loading A4-size documents, pull out
the ADF paper chute extension.
Extension
3
4.
Move the side guides to eliminate gaps between the side
guides and the document.
If there are gaps between the side guides and the document,
the document is sometimes scanned in skewed.
Side guide
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
37
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
Move the side guides until they match the width
of the document.
HINT
The stacker prevents document sheets
from dropping after they are scanned.
Use the stacker as follows:
1. Lift the paper stop and swing forward
by inserting your fingertips into the
indentations on the scanner as shown
in below figure.
Indentation
5.
Start up the scanner application, and scan the
document.
For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll 21
application, see "3.4 Scanning Documents."
38
3.2 Loading Documents on the ADF for Scanning
3.3 Loading Documents on the
Flatbed for Scanning
The following describes how to load documents on the Flatbed.
1.
Lift up the document cover.
3
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
3.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning
39
2.
Load the document on the document bed with
the scanning face down and the top left corner
aligned with the reference point.
The top left corner
of a manuscript is
aligned with the
reference point.
ABC
Reference point
3.
Gently close the document cover.
4.
Start up the scanner application, and scan the
document.
For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll 21
application, see "3.4 Scanning Documents."
40
3.3 Loading Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning
3.4 Scanning Documents
The following shows the procedure for scanning documents with
the ScandAll 21 scanner application (simply called "ScandAll 21"
from here on).
1.
Load the document on the scanner's ADF paper
chute or Flatbed.
For details on how to load documents, see "3.2 Loading
Documents on the ADF for Scanning" and "3.3 Loading
Documents on the Flatbed for Scanning."
2.
3
Start up ScandAll 21.
This starts up ScandAll 21.
3.
Select the scanner to be used.
Select [Select Source] from the [Scan] menu.
3.4 Scanning Documents
41
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
Select [Program] - [Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows] [ScandAll 21] in that order from the [Start] menu.
The [Select Source] dialog box appears.
Select "FUJITSU fi-4220Cdj" (Windows® 95 and
WindowsNT® 4.0, select “FUJITSU TWAIN 32”) and click the
[Select] button.
4.
Click the "display in scan preview screen" on the
tool bar.
The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box (screen for setting the scan
conditions) appears.
5.
Set the scan resolution, paper size and other
scan conditions, and click the [Scan] button.
For details on settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, refer
to the Scanner Utility for Microsoft® Windows® User’s Guide
on the scanner driver CD-ROM.
42
3.4 Scanning Documents
3
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
3.4 Scanning Documents
43
The document is scanned, and an image of the scanned
document appears on the ScandAll 21 screen.
For details on scanning various other documents, see "Chapter4,
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS."
For details on ScanAll 21 functions and operations, refer to
ScandAll 21 Help.
44
3.4 Scanning Documents
4
SCANNING VARIOUS
TYPES OF DOCUMENTS
This chapter describes how to scan various types of documents.
This chapter explains samples of the screens in Windows® XP.
The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you
are using is other than Windows® XP.
Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and
operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly.
4.2 Scanning Documents Larger Than A4 In Size ......... 48
4.3 Scanning Different-width Documents....................... 50
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ................... 51
4.5 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color) ....... 56
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds.............................................. 59
45
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.1 Scanning in Books ..................................................... 46
4
4.1 Scanning in Books
CAUTION
Never look directly into the light source during
scanning.
The following describes how to scan pages in books.
46
1.
Open the document cover.
2.
Remove the document cover as shown in below
figure.
4.1 Scanning in Books
3.
Load the document on the document bed face
down.
4.
Issue the scan command on the host system.
For details on scanning commands, see "3.4 Scanning
Documents."
5.
Do not move the document during
scanning.
When scanning ends, re-attach and gently close
the document cover.
4.1 Scanning in Books
47
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
ATTENTION
4
4.2 Scanning Documents Larger
Than A4 In Size
CAUTION
Never look directly at the light source during
scanning.
The following describes how to scan documents larger than A4 in
size.
1.
48
Remove the document cover as shown in below
figure.
4.2 Scanning Documents Larger Than A4 In Size
2.
Load the document on the document bed face
down.
3.
Issue the scan command on the host system.
For details on scanning commands, see "3.4 Scanning
Documents."
ATTENTION
When scanning ends, re-attach and gently close
the document cover.
4.2 Scanning Documents Larger Than A4 In Size
49
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.
4
Do not move the document during
scanning.
4.3 Scanning Different-width
Documents
When scanning different-width documents together on the ADF,
smaller-width documents sometimes are scanned in skewed.
Be sure to scan only documents having the same width.
The following shows the procedure for reading the manuscript with
which width is different.
1.
Sorted to the stack of the same width.
2.
Side guide unites with the width of documents.
3.
Scan the same-width documents separately.
For details on how to load documents, see "3.4 Scanning
Documents."
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4.3 Scanning Different-width Documents
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in
PDF Format
To save scanned images in PDF format, first install Adobe
Acrobat5.0 or later on the PC you are using.
Adobe Acrobat5.0 can be installed from the Adobe Acrobat5.0 CDROM provided.
The following shows the procedure for saving scanned images in
PDF format.
1.
Load the document on the ADF paper chute.
2.
Start up Adobe Acrobat5.0.
Select [Program] - [Adobe Acrobat5.0] in that order from the
[Start] menu.
This starts up Adobe Acrobat5.0.
4
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
51
3.
Select [Import] - [Scan...] in that order from the
[File] menu.
The [Acrobat Scan Plug-in] dialog box appears.
52
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
4.
Select "FUJITSU fi-4220Cdj"(Windows® 95 and
WindowsNT® 4.0, select “FUJITSU TWAIN 32”) at
"Device" and click the [Scan] button.
The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box appears.
ATTENTION
Also select "Simplex" when scanning
double-sided documents.
4
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
53
5.
Set the scan resolution, paper size and other
scan conditions, and click the [Scan] button.
Scanning starts, and a message for selecting whether or not
to continue scanning appears.
54
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
6.
To end scanning, click the [Done] button.
The scanned image appears. Save the scanned image on
Adobe Acrobat5.0.
4
For details on Adobe Acrobat5.0 operations, refer to the Adobe
Acrobat5.0 manual and Help.
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.4 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
55
4.5 Excluding a Color in the
Image(dropout color)
A selected color information (primary colors: red, green or blue)
can be excluded (dropped out) from the images when they are
scanned.
For example, if the document contains black text enclosed by a
green frame, you can set the scanner to scan only black areas in
the document (i.e. the color green is "dropped out").
To set the scanner to scan documents with a selected color
dropped out, change the settings in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
The following shows the procedure for changing the settings in this
dialog box.
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4.5 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color)
1.
Click the [Advance...] button in the
[TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
4
2.
Select the color to drop out from "Dropout Color"
under "More".
4.5 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color)
57
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
The [Advance] dialog box appears.
3.
For example, to scan only black text areas when
scanning black text surrounded by a green
frame, select [Green].
4.
Click the [OK] button.
The [TWAIN Driver] dialog box will be redisplayed. Continue
scanning from this dialog box.
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4.5 Excluding a Color in the Image(dropout color)
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds
"Double-feed" is a feeding error that occurs when two or more
sheets in the ADF paper chute are fed simultaneously into the
scanner.
You can set the scanner to detect double-feed, stop scanner
operation, and display an error message.
To set the scanner to detect double-feed, change the settings in the
[TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
The following shows the procedure for changing the settings in this
dialog box.
4
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds
59
1.
Click the [Option...] button in the [TWAIN Driver]
dialog box.
The [Option] dialog box appears.
2.
60
Click the [Option] tab.
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds
3.
Select the detection conditions from "Double
Feed" under "ADF Option".
4
The following detection conditions are provided:
: Double-feed detection is not performed
Check thickness
: The scanner uses a sensor to monitor the
thickness of documents that are fed. It
detects a double-feed by differences in
document thickness when two or more
document sheets are fed overlapping.
4.6 Detecting Double-feeds
61
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
None
Check length
: The scanner uses a sensor to monitor the
length of documents that are fed. It
detects a double-feed by changes in the
document length when two or more
document sheets are fed overlapping.
Check thickness and length
: The scanner monitors both document
thickness and length to detect doublefeed.
Furthermore, see "8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions" for
detailed information about the document for double-feed
detection.
4.
Click the [OK] button.
The display returns to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
Continue scanning from this dialog box.
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4.6 Detecting Double-feeds
5
DAILY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
WARNING
When cleaning the scanner, turn off the
power, and unplug the AC cable from the
outlet.
5
DAILY CARE
5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle
...................................................................................... 64
5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed .................................................. 66
5.3 Cleaning the ADF........................................................ 69
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5.1 Cleaning Materials and
Locations and Cleaning Cycle
■ Cleaning Materials
The table below shows the cleaning materials that re used on this
scanner.
Cleaning Materials
Cleaner F1
(or isopropyl alcohol)
Remarks
1 bottle
Moisten cloth with this fluid and wipe
the scanner clean.
Soft, dry cloth
For details on Cleaner F1, consult the agent where you bought your
scanner.
■ Locations That Needs To Be Cleaned
Same location in the ADF and Flatbed must be cleaned regularly
with a soft, dry cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
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5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle
■ Cleaning Cycle
The following table shows the standard cleaning cycle for each
location that needs to be cleaned.
Location
Standard Cleaning Cycle
Pad ASY
Clean every 1000 scanned sheets.
Pick roller
Feed roller
Plastic roller
Sheet guide
Glass
Document holding
pad
Document bed
• Documents
DAILY CARE
ATTENTION
5
The scanner must be cleaned more frequently
when the following documents are used:
of coated paper
• Documents
with printed text or graphics
almost covering the entire surface
• Chemically
treated documents such as
carbonless paper
• Documents
containing a large amount of
calcium carbonate
• Documents
with lots of pencil-written areas
5.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations and Cleaning Cycle
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5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed
•
Detergent for cleaning windows or glass
cleaner can be used instead of cleaning fluid.
However, do not use paint thinner or other
organic solvents.
•
Do not allow moisture to get inside the device
during cleaning.
ATTENTION
■ Cleaning the Flatbed
The following parts needs to be cleaned in the Flatbed area:
• Document
holding pad
• Document
bed
Document holding pad
Document bed
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5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed
The following shows how to clean the Flatbed.
1.
Open the document cover.
2.
Clean the following locations using a soft, dry
cloth moistened with cleaning fluid.
Document holding pad
5
Document bed
DAILY CARE
5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed
67
• Document
holding pad
Wipe gently.
• Document
bed
Wipe lightly.
ATTENTION
68
Do not allow moisture to get inside the
device during cleaning.
3.
Wait for cleaned parts to dry.
4.
Gently close the document cover.
5.2 Cleaning the Flatbed
5.3 Cleaning the ADF
As a rule, clean the ADF every 1,000 scanned sheets. This,
however, depends on the type of document you are scanning. For
example, the ADF sometimes must be cleaned more frequently
when toner has not sufficiently adhered to the document.
CAUTION
When the scanner is in use, the surface of the
glass inside the ADF becomes hot.
Before cleaning ADF, disconnect the AC
adapter from the power outlet, and wait at
least 15 minutes for the glass to cool down.
■ Cleaning the ADF
The following parts needs to be cleaned in the ADF unit:
• Pad
ASY
• Pick
roller
• Feed
5
roller
• Sheet
roller
DAILY CARE
• Plastic
guide
• Glass
5.3 Cleaning the ADF
69
The following shows the procedure for cleaning the ADF.
1.
Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and
turning the ADF cover to the front.
The front portion
ADF button
CAUTION
70
5.3 Cleaning the ADF
Be careful, the ADF cover may close and
pinch your finger.
2.
Clean the following locations with a soft, dry
cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
Feed rollers (Four pieces)
Sheet guide
(A white portion,
Two parts)
Pad ASY
5
Pick roller (One pieces)
DAILY CARE
Glass(Two parts)
Plastic rollers (Four pieces)
5.3 Cleaning the ADF
71
• Pad
ASY
Clean the Pad ASY (rubber surface) downwards (direction of
arrow). When doing this, take care not to catch the pick
springs to avoid bending.
Pick spring
The portion to clean
• Pick
roller
Lightly clean the Pick rollers taking care not to scratch the
roller surfaces and the Mylar sheet. Take particular care when
cleaning these rollers, as black foreign matter on these rollers
affects document pick performance.
Mylar sheet (Transparent)
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5.3 Cleaning the ADF
• Feed
roller
Follow the procedure below while rotating the Feed rollers to
clean the rollers.
1) Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and
turning the ADF cover to the front.
Open the ADF cover with the operator panel
indicating anything other than "P" or "0". The Feed
rollers do not rotate even if you open the ADF cover
with "P" or "0" displayed and perform step 2).
2) Simultaneously hold down the "Send to" and "Scan"
buttons on the operator panel.
The Feed rollers start to rotate slowly.
For details on where the "Send to" and "Scan" buttons
are located, see "1.3 Operator panel."
CAUTION
In step2, four Feed rollers turn at
the same time.
When cleaning the Feed roller,
be careful as your hand may
easily contacts the Feed roller.
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3) Hold a soft, dry cloth moistened with cleaning fluid
against the surface of the rotating Feed rollers so that
it lightly cleans the surface of the rollers. Take
particular care when cleaning these rollers as black
foreign matter on these rollers affects document pick
performance.
As a guideline, seven simultaneous presses of the
"Send to" and "Scan" buttons cause the Feed rollers
to rotate one full turn.
• Sheet
guide(Especially a white portion)
Clean lightly.
• Glass
Clean lightly.
HINT
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When white portion of the sheet guide or
glass surface become dirty, black vertical
streaks sometimes appear in the scanned
image.
5.3 Cleaning the ADF
3.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it
to its original position until the ADF button locks.
Press center of
ADF.
ATTENTION
After the ADF is returned to its original
position, make sure that the ADF is
completely closed. An incompletely closed
ADF might cause document jams or
scanning problems.
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5.3 Cleaning the ADF
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5.3 Cleaning the ADF
6
REPLACING
CONSUMABLES
6
This chapter explains samples of the screens in Windows® XP.
The screens and operations may differ slightly if the OS that you
are using is other than Windows® XP.
Also, when FUJITSU TWAIN32 is updated the screens and
operations noted in this chapter will differ slightly.
WARNING
Turn off the power and unplug the AC adapter
from the outlet when changing the scanners
consumable products.
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle....................... 78
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY .............................................. 86
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller........................................... 92
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This chapter describes how to replace scanner consumables.
6.1 Consumable and
Replacement Cycle
The following table shows the specifications of consumables and
their standard replacement cycle.
Description
Specifications
Standard Replacement
Cycle
Pad ASY
PA03289-0002
50,000 sheets or one year
Pick roller
PA03289-0001
100,000 sheets or one
year
The above replacement cycles assume the following condition.
•
A4-size, woodfree paper
•
The paper that meets the quality of Section 8.2
This cycle varies according to the document being used, and how
frequently the user uses and cleans the scanner.
ATTENTION
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Use only the specified consumables. Do not use
other consumables.
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
■ Standard Consumable Replacement Cycle
You can learn when to replace consumables and the number of
uses on the scanner application.
The following shows the procedure for doing this.
1.
6
When turning on the power, check that the
scanner and the personal computer are
connected.
2.
Double click the "Printer and Other Hardware"
icon on the operator panel of the host computer.
The [Printer and Other Hardware] screen is displayed.
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
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See "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC" for information
about connecting the scanner to a personal computer.
3.
In the [Printer and Other Hardware] screen,
double click the "Scanners and Cameras" icon.
The [Scanners and Cameras] screen is displayed.
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6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
4.
Double click the "fi-4220Cdj".
(Windows® 95 and WindowsNT® 4.0, select
"FUJITSU TWAIN 32" icon Select at "Device" and
click the [Properties] button.)
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REPLACING CONSUMABLES
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
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The [fi-4220Cdj Properties] dialog box appears.
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6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
5.
Click the "Device Set" tab.
The following panel appears.
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REPLACING CONSUMABLES
You can confirm the following information in this panel:
•
Total number of scans
•
Pad counter (approximate number of documents scanned after
replacing the Pad ASY)
•
Pick roller counter (approximate number of documents
scanned after replacing the Pick roller)
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
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The following message sometimes appears when the scanner is
being used:
Replace consumables when this message is displayed.
■
When Replacing Consumables Immediately
1) Mark the "This message not display again" checkbox.
Note that when the "This message not display again"
checkbox is marked, this message is not displayed until
the consumables counter is reset.
2) To replace consumables after scanning of all current
document sheets is finished, click the [Ignore] button.
To discontinue scanning, and replace the consumables
immediately, click the [Cancel] button.
3) Replace the consumables. For details on how to replace
consumables, see "6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY" and
"6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller."
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6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
■
When Consumables Cannot Be Replaced Immediately
1) To disable display of this message, mark the "This
message not display again" checkbox.
Note that when the "This message not display again"
checkbox is marked, this message is not displayed until
the consumables counter is reset.
2) To continue scanning of the current document, click the
[Ignore] button.
To discontinue scanning, click the [Cancel] button.
3) Replace the consumable when the following message is
displayed, or as soon as possible before the message is
displayed, as soon as you can. For details on how to
replace consumables, see "6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY"
and "6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller."
6.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle
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To display the message again after scanning 100
sheets, mark the [Warms again after scanning 100
pages] checkbox.
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
The following shows the procedure for replacing the Pad ASY.
1.
Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute.
2.
Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and
turning the ADF cover to the front.
The front portion
ADF button
CAUTION
86
Be careful, the ADF cover may close and
pinch your finger.
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
3.
Remove the Pad ASY.
Press in the knobs on both ends of the Pad ASY, and pull the
Pad ASY upwards and towards you.
When doing this, take care not to catch the pick springs.
6
4.
Attach the new Pad ASY.
Hold both ends of the new Pad ASY and attach it to its
installation location.
When doing this, take care not to catch the pick springs.
ATTENTION
Make sure that the Pad ASY is completely
attached. An incompletely attached Pad
ASY might cause document jams or other
feed errors.
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
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Pick spring
5.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it
to its original position and lock the ADF button.
Press center of
ADF.
6.
Reset the pad counter.
The following shows the procedure for resetting the pad
counter.
• For Windows® 98 / Windows® Me / Windows® 2000 /
Windows® XP
1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and
the personal computer are connected.
2) Double click the "Printer and Other Hardware" icon on
the operator panel of the host computer.
The [Printer and Other Hardware] screen is displayed.
3) In the [Printer and Other Hardware] screen, double click
the "Scanners and Cameras" icon.
The [Scanners and Cameras] screen is displayed.
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6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
4) Double click the "fi-4220Cdj".
5) Click the "Device Set" tab. The following panel appears.
6
This returns the pad counter to "0".
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
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After clicking the [Clear] button beside the "Pad Counter"
in "Page Counter", click the [OK] button.
• For Windows® 95 / Windows NT® 4.0
1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and
the personal computer are connected.
2) Right click the "FUJITSU Scanner Control Center" icon
displayed in the task tray, then select "Option"
3) Double click "Scanner Information".
The following screen is displayed.
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4) Click the "Pad Counter Reset" button.
The following message is displayed.
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REPLACING CONSUMABLES
Click "Yes".
The Pad counter (The pad counts) returns to “0”.
6.2 Replacing the Pad ASY
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
The following shows the procedure for replacing the Pick roller.
1.
Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute.
2.
Remove the ADF paper chute.
ADF paper chute
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
3.
Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and
turning the ADF cover to the front.
The front portion
6
ADF button
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
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CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF cover may close and
pinch your finger.
4.
Remove the Pick roller from a scanner.
1) Grip the knobs on the sheet guide between you fingers,
and lift up to remove.
2) Rotate the Pick roller bushing in the direction of the
arrow.
Pick roller bushing
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
3) Remove the Pick roller while lifting it up in the direction
of the arrow.
6
4) Remove the Pick roller from the shaft while lifting up the
tab on the Pick roller.
Shaft
tab
Lift up.
Pull shaft to remove.
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
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CAUTION
The Pick roller Bushing is hard. Do
not turn this bearing with your fingernails.
5.
Attach the new Pick roller.
Insert the new Pick roller aligning the protrusion
on the axis with the groove in the Pick roller.
Protrusion
ATTENTION
Groove
Make sure that the Pick roller is completely
attached. An incompletely attached Pick
roller might cause document jams or other
feed errors.
When attaching the Pick roller, make sure
that the roller clicks in to place
"Click"
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
6.
Attach the Pick roller to the scanner.
The procedure to attach the Pick roller to the scanner is the
inverted procedure of removing the Pick roller from the
scanner.
After attaching the Pick roller to the scanner, perform the
following procedure to fix it in place.
1) Turn the Pick roller bushing in the direction indicated by
the arrow.
REPLACING CONSUMABLES
Pick roller bushing
2) Move the sheet guide claws in the direction indicated by
the arrow to fix the sheet guide.
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
6
97
7.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it
to its original position and lock the ADF button.
Press center of
ADF.
8.
Attach the ADF paper chute.
ADF paper chute
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
9.
Reset the pick counter.
The following shows the procedure for resetting the pick
counter.
• For Windows® 98 / Windows® Me / Windows® 2000 /
Windows® XP
1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and
the personal computer are connected.
3) In the [Printers and Other Hardware] screen, double
click the "Scanners and Cameras" icon.
The [Scanners and Cameras] screen is displayed.
6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
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2) Double click the "Printers and Other Hardware" icon on
the operator panel of the host computer.
The [Printers and Other Hardware] screen is displayed.
6
4) Double click the "fi-4220Cdj".
5) Click the "Device Set" tab. The following panel appears.
After clicking the [Clear] button beside the "Pick
Counter" in "Page Counter", click the [OK] button.
This returns the pick counter to "0".
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
• For Windows® 95 / Windows NT® 4.0
1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner and
the personal computer are connected.
2) Right click the "FUJITSU Scanner Control Center" icon
displayed in the task tray, then select "Option"
3) Double click "Scanner Information".
The following screen is displayed.
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6.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
101
4) Click the "Pick Counter Reset" button.
The following message is displayed.
Click "Yes".
The Pick counter (The Pick roller counts) returns to “0”.
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7
TROUBLESHOOTING
7
This chapter describes how to remedy document jams, other
trouble, items to check before contacting the agent where you
bought the scanner, and how to check device labels.
7.1 Removing Jammed Documents .............................. 104
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles ................................... 107
7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you
bought the scanner
.................................................................................... 126
7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner ............................ 130
103
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ATTENTION
About troubles other than the contents indicated,
and the details of an error, refer to the Scanner
Utility for Microsoft® Windows® User's Guide on
the scanner driver CD-ROM.
7.1 Removing Jammed
Documents
If a document jam occurs during scanning, follow the procedure
below to remove the jammed document.
CAUTION
HINT
•
Take care to prevent injuries when removing
jammed documents.
•
Take care to prevent neckties, necklaces,
etc. from getting entangled inside the
scanner when removing jammed
documents.
•
The surface of the glass sometimes
becomes hot during operation. Take care to
prevent burns.
For details on how to clean the ADF, see "5.3
Cleaning the ADF."
The following shows the procedure for removing jammed
documents.
1.
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Remove any documents on the ADF paper chute.
7.1 Removing Jammed Documents
2.
Open the ADF by pushing on the ADF button and
turning the ADF cover to the front.
The front portion
7
Be careful, the ADF cover may close and
pinch your finger.
CAUTION
3.
Remove the jammed document.
•
Staples, paper clips, etc. cause document
jams. Be sure to fully check the document
and feed path, and remove any small
metal objects such as these.
Also, before you start scanning, be sure
to remove any staples, clips, etc. from the
document.
•
Take care not to pull the pick springs
when removing jammed documents.
ATTENTION
7.1 Removing Jammed Documents
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ADF button
4.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it
to its original position and lock the ADF button.
Press center of
ADF.
ATTENTION
106
Make sure that the ADF is completely
closed. An incompletely closed ADF might
cause document jams or scanning problems.
7.1 Removing Jammed Documents
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
This section describes trouble that may occur during scanning and
how to remedy that trouble.
Before you ask for repair, check the following flowcharts.
If the remedies in these flowcharts do not solve the problem, check
the items in "7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where
you bought the scanner" and then contact the agent where you
bought the scanner.
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7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Symptom1
Scanner does not turn ON.
Are power cord and AC adapter
correctly connected?
NO
Correctly connect power cord.
YES
Have you pushed the power
button?
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
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NO
Press power button.
Symptom2
Indication on Function No. display goes out.
Has a long time passed since
scanner was last used?
YES
Scanner is in Power Save
mode. Press any button on
control panel to start up
scanner.
NO
Does the display remain blank
even after you have turned on
the power again?
NO
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Scanner operation is
normal.
TROUBLESHOOTING
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Symptom3
Scanning is not started.
Transport lever set at operating
position?
NO
Set transport lever to
correct position.
YES
Document loaded correctly on
ADF paper chute?
NO
Load document correctly on
ADF paper chute.
YES
ADF closed completely?
NO
Close ADF completely.
YES
Interface cable connected
correctly?
NO
Connect interface cable
correctly.
YES
Continued on next page
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7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
Continued from previous page
(when using scanner on SCSI
interface)
SCSI ID set correctly?
NO
Set SCSI ID correctly by
SCSI ID switch on rear of
scanner.
YES
Function No. display indicates an
alarm?
NO
Scanner operation is
normal.
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Does the alarm state remain
displayed even after the scanner
has been turned off and back on
again?
NO
TROUBLESHOOTING
YES
Scanner operation is
normal.
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Symptom4
Quality of scanned pictures or photos is
unsatisfactory.
Halftoning or dithering selected?
NO
Select halftoning or dithering
on host computer.
NO
Clean dirty locations.(*)
YES
Document glass, document
press pad, glass, and
sheet guides(A white portion)
clean?
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY
CARE."
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7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
Symptom5
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
Document glass, document
press pad, glass, and
sheet guides(A white portion)
clean?
NO
Clean dirty locations.(*)
YES
7
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY
CARE."
Symptom6
Images are distorted or not sharp.
Document glass, document
press pad, glass, and
sheet guides(A white portion)
clean?
NO
Clean dirty locations.(*)
YES
Do not press down ADF or
place heavy objects on ADF
during scanning.
YES
Do not allow anything to
cause the scanner to
vibrate while scanning.
YES
Top cover of ADF pressed down
or heavy object placed on ADF
during scanning by ADF?
NO
Is something causing the scanner
to vibrate while scanning with the
ADF?
NO
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Continued from previous page
Scanner not installed on flat, level
surface or scanner missing rubber
foot?
NO
Install scanner on flat, level
surface or attach rubber foot.
YES
7
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, see "Chapter5, DAILY
CARE."
Symptom7
Vertical streaks appear in scanned image.
Document scanned on flat bed?
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
YES
Clean Sheet guide(A white
portion)(*)
YES
Clean glass.(*)
NO
White streaks?
NO
Black streaks?
NO
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
*) For details on how to clean Sheet guide(A white portion) and
glass, see "5.3 Cleaning the ADF."
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7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
Symptom8
Function No. display indicates alarm after
scanner is turned ON.
Shipping lock set at operating
position?
NO
Set transport lever to
correct position.
YES
NO
7
Scanner operation is
normal.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Turn scanner OFF and then ON
again.
Function No. display indicates
alarm?
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Symptom9
Double-feed occurs frequently?
NO
Document satisfies conditions
described under " Precautions"
in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"?
Use document which is
satisfying requirements.
(*1)
YES
NO
Fill double-feed detection.
(*2)
NO
Fan document before
loading, or reduce number
of sheets in document to
be loaded.
YES
Fan 3 or 4 times to remove
static electricity from paper.
NO
Reduce number of sheets in
the document.
When double-feed detection is
ON, are double-feed detection
conditions fulfilled?(*2)
YES
Document fanned before loading
on document support?
YES
Document recently printed on a
copier or laser printer?
NO
Document stack 5mm or less?
YES
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Continued from previous page
Pad ASY dirty?
YES
Clean Pad ASY.(*3)
YES
Replace Pad ASY.(*4)
NO
Pad ASY worn down?
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NO
NO
TROUBLESHOOTING
Pad ASY attached correctly?
Attach Pad ASY
correctly.(*4)
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
*1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality."
*2) For details on double-feed, see "8.5 Double-feed Detection
Conditions."
*3) For details on how to clean Pad ASY, see "5.3 Cleaning the
ADF."
*4) For details on how to replace and attach Pad ASY, see "6.2
Replacing the Pad ASY."
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Symptom10 Pickup error occurs frequently?
Document satisfies conditions
described under " Precautions"
in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"?
NO
Use document which is
satisfying requirements.
(*1)
NO
Fan document before
loading, or reduce number
of sheets in document to be
loaded.
NO
Attach Pad ASY correctly.(*2)
YES
Document fanned before loading
on ADF paper chute?
YES
Pad ASY attached correctly?
YES
Pick roller dirty?
YES
Clean Pick roller.(*3)
YES
Replace pick roller.(*4)
NO
Pick roller worn down?
NO
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
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*1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality."
*2) For details on how to attach the Pad ASY, see "6.2 Replacing
the Pad ASY."
*3) For details on how to clean the Pick roller, see "5.3 Cleaning the
ADF."
*4) For details on how to replace the Pick roller, see "6.3 Replacing
the Pick Roller."
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Symptom11 Paper jams occur frequently?
Document satisfies conditions
described under " Precautions"
in "8.2 Document Paper Quality"?
NO
Use document which is
satisfying requirements.
(*1)
YES
Clean ADF or remove any
foreign objects.(*2)
NO
Attach Pad ASY correctly.
(*3)
YES
Foreign objects in ADF?
NO
Pad ASY attached corrected?
YES
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
*1) For details on requirements, see "8.2 Document Quality."
*2) For details on how to clean the ADF, see "5.3 Cleaning the
ADF."
*3) For details on how to attach the Pad ASY, see "6.2 Replacing
the Pad ASY."
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Symptom12 When documents have been set in the ADF to
be scanned, are the scanned images elongated?
NO
Have you cleaned all the
rollers?
Clean all of the rollers
(*1)
YES
YES
Have you adjusted the scan
scale?
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
TROUBLESHOOTING
NO
Set the scan scale.
What OS are you using?
Windows R
Windows R
Windows R
Windows R
Display the properties of
the scanner that you are
using on "Scanners and
Cameras" in the control
panel, then adjust the
scan scale.
98/
Me/
2000/
XP
Windows R 95/
Windows NT R 4.0
Continued on next page
*) For details on how to clean the rollers, see "5.3 Cleaning the
ADF."
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Continued from previous page
Windows R 95/
Windows NT R 4.0
YES
Is the Scanner Control Center
icon displayed in the task tray?
NO
Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control
Center] from the Start menu and
run it.
Right click the Scanner
Control Center icon and select
[Options] then adjust the scan
scale.
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Symptom13 Is there a shadow on the leading edge of the
scanned image?
YES
Did you adjust the offset
(Position to start scanning
the document)?
Contact the manufacturer’s
authorized service center.
NO
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Do the offset adjustment.
What OS are you using?
Display the properties of
the scanner that you are
using on "Scanners and
Cameras" in the control
panel, then adjust the
[Sub-scan Setting].
Windows R 95/
Windows NT R 4.0
98/
Me/
2000/
XP
YES
Is the Scanner Control Center
icon displayed in the task tray?
NO
Select [FUJITSU Scanner Control
Center] from the Start menu and
run it.
Right click the Scanner
Control Center icon and
select [Options] then
adjust the [Sub-scan Setting].
7.2 Remedying Typical Troubles
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Windows R
Windows R
Windows R
Windows R
7.3 Items to check before
contacting the agent where
you bought the scanner
Check the following items before you contact the agent where you
bought the scanner.
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7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought
the scanner
■ General Details
Item
Model
findings
(Example) fi-4220C
For details on model, see "7.4 Checking
Labels on the Scanner."
Serial No.
(Example) 000001
For details on serial No., see "7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner."
TROUBLESHOOTING
Production date
(Example) 2002-4 (April, 2002)
For details on production date, see "7.4
Checking Labels on the Scanner."
Date of purchase
Symptom
Frequency of
trouble
7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought
the scanner
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127
■ Installation or PC connection issues
■
problem at the time of personal computer connection
Item
findings
OS
Displayed error message
Interface
(Example) SCSI interface
Interface controllers
(Example)
made by Adaptec
SCSI Card 2940Au
■
Feed system trouble
Item
findings
Document type
Main purpose of use
Last cleaning date
Last consumables replacement
date
Operator panel status at trouble
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7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought
the scanner
■
Imaging system trouble
Item
findings
Type and version of scanner driver
Type of interface controller
(Example)
made by Adaptec
SCSI Card 2940Au
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OS (Windows®)
TROUBLESHOOTING
Software application
(Example) ScandAll 21
(Example) Acrobat
■
Other
Item
findings
Can both the original document
and scanner image be sent by
e-mail or Fax?
7.3 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought
the scanner
129
7.4 Checking Labels on the
Scanner
This section describes how to check the labels on the scanner.
■
Positions of Labels on the Scanner
The following shows where the two labels are located on the
scanner.
Label A
Label B
Label A (example): Indicates scanner information.
130
7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner
Label B (example): Indicates scanner conformity with various
standards.
7
TROUBLESHOOTING
7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner
131
132
7.4 Checking Labels on the Scanner
8
ADF AND PAPER
SPECIFICATION
This chapter describes the required document size and paper
quality for ensuring correct operation when scanning documents on
the ADF.
8.2 Document Quality ..................................................... 135
8.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity.................. 139
8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas............................. 140
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions.......................... 141
133
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
8.1 Document Size.......................................................... 134
8
8.1 Document Size
The following shows the size of documents that can be scanned on
the ADF.
A
Feeding Direction
B
Maximum
Minimum
A
B
216 (8.5 in)
356 (14 in)
A
53 (2.1 in)
B
74 (2.9 in)
(Unit : mm)
134
8.1 Document Size
8.2 Document Quality
This section describes the types and thicknesses of documents
that can be loaded on the scanner, and precautions to follow.
■ Document Type
The following paper types are recommended for document use:
•
Woodfree paper
•
Wood containing paper
When using documents of paper type other than the above, check
whether or not the document can be scanned by test-scanning a
few sheets before executing the actual document.
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
■ Document Thickness
Paper thickness is expressed by "paper weight." The following
shows the paper weights that can be used on this scanner:
•
52g/m2 to 127g/m2
Only a paper weight of 127g/m2 is allowed for A8-size
documents.
8.2 Document Quality
8
135
■ Precautions
The following documents sometimes cannot be scanned
successfully on the ADF.
To prevent unexpected trouble, a feed test using a spare document
may be needed.
If documents slip frequently, or paper jams or double-feeds occur,
load the document on the Flatbed for scanning.
136
•
Paper-clipped or stapled documents
•
Ink documents that are still wet
•
Documents (e.g. envelopes) of uneven thickness
•
Wrinkled or curled documents (See HINT on page 138.)
•
Folded or torn documents
•
Tracing paper
•
Coated paper
•
Carbon paper
•
Carbonless paper
•
Documents smaller than A8 (Portrait) in size
•
Documents wider than Letter size (216mm) or longer than
Legal size
•
Cloth, metal foil, OHP film and other non-paper documents
•
Photosensitive paper
•
Perforated or punched documents
•
Documents that are not square or rectangular
•
Very thin documents
8.2 Document Quality
HINT
When scanning semi-transparent documents,
set the density to light to avoid bleed through.
•
To prevent the rollers from becoming dirty,
avoid scanning documents containing large
areas written or filled in pencil. If scanning of
such documents is unavoidable, clean the
rollers frequently.
•
Carbonless paper contains chemical
substances that may damage the Pad ASY or
rollers (e.g. Pick roller) when documents are
fed. Pay attention to the following:
Cleaning
: If pick errors occur frequently, clean the Pad ASY
and Pick rollers.
For details on cleaning the
Pad ASY and Pick rollers,
see "5.3 Cleaning the
ADF."
ATTENTION
Replacing parts: The service life of the Pad
ASY and Pick rollers is
sometimes shortened
when scanning mediumgrade paper documents.
•
When the manuscript of Wood containg
paper is read, the life of a Pad ASY and a
Pick roller may become short compared with
the case where the manuscript of Woodfree
paper is read.
8.2 Document Quality
137
8
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
•
HINT
When using the ADF, the leading edge of all
document sheets must be evenly aligned. Make
sure that curling at the leading edge is within
the following tolerances:
More than 30mm
Feed direction
Less than
3mm
Top of the paper
More than 30mm
Read surface
Feed direction
Less than
5mm
Top of the paper
138
8.2 Document Quality
Read surface
8.3 Maximum Document Loading
Capacity
The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded on the ADF
paper chute is determined by the size and weight of the document.
The following graph shows the maximum document loading
capacity of ADF according to paper weight.
60
60
Legal
50
50
A4 / Letter or smaller
50
8
41
35
29
29
24
20
0
52
64
80
104
127
Paper weight (g/m 2 )
Paper weight conversion table
Unit
Conversion
g/m2
52
64
75
90
104
127
lb
13.9
17
20
24
27.9
34
8.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity
139
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
Capacity of ADF
40
(number of
pages)
30
8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited
Areas
When using the ADF, document trouble might occur if there are
punched holes in the shaded area in the following figure. If holepunched documents must be scanned, use the Flatbed.
35
Read reference
position
Top of paper
Front side
Feeding
direction
Bottom of paper
Center of paper (Unit : mm)
140
8.4 Hole-punching Prohibited Areas
8.5 Double-feed Detection
Conditions
There are three double-feed detection modes: document thickness,
document length, and both document thickness and length. The
following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection
modes.
■
•
•
•
•
Document thickness: 0.065 to 0.15mm
Printed area: 12% or less
No black printed areas are allowed at the center area
(26 x 10mm) at the leading edge of the document.
Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical
center line of the document.
The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through
background areas must not be less than 10%.
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions
141
8
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
•
Detection by Document Thickness
Sheets of the same thickness shall be set in the ADF at a time.
■
•
•
•
•
•
142
Detection by Document Length
Sheets of the same length shall be set in the ADF at a time.
Document length deviation: 1% or less
Printed area: 12% or less
No black printed areas are allowed at the center area
(26 x 10mm) at the leading edge of the document.
Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical
center line of the document.
The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through
background areas must not be less than 10%.
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions
■
Detection by Document Thickness and Length
Sheets of the same thickness and length shall be set in the
ADF at a time.
•
Document length: 0.065 to 0.15mm
Document length deviation: 1% or less
Printed area: 12% or less
No black printed areas are allowed at the center area
(26 x 10mm) at the leading edge of the document.
Punched holes are not allowed within 35mm of the vertical
center line of the document.
The deviation in the amount of the light transmitted through
background areas must not be less than 10%.
•
•
•
•
•
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions
143
8
ADF AND PAPER SPECIFICATION
HINT
The type of document and document conditions
sometimes cause the double-feed detection
rate to drop.
35mm
26mm
No printing allowed
10mm
Feeding direction
No punched holes
allowed
Center of paper
144
8.5 Double-feed Detection Conditions
9
SCANNER
SPECIFICATION
This chapter lists the scanner specifications.
9
9.2 Installation Specifications ....................................... 149
9.3 External Dimensions ................................................ 151
145
SCANNER SPECIFICATION
9.1 Basic Specifications................................................. 146
9.1 Basic Specifications
1
Scanner Type
2
Image sensor
3
Light source
4
Scanning
area
Minimum
Maximum
5
6
ADF(Automatic
Document Feeder),
Flatbed
CCD x 3
Incandescent cold
cathode fluorescent
lamp x 3
A8(Note(*1))
A4 (Flatbed) /
Legal (ADF)
Paper Weight
52g/m2 to 127g/m2
Scanning
Speed
(Note(*2))
Simplex: 25 sheets/
min.
(A4
Portrait)
Binary
(monochrome)
(Note(*3))
Color
(Note(*4))
Simplex: 25 sheets
/min.
(Note(*4))
9.1 Basic Specifications
Front / Back /
Flatbed
Front / Back /
Flatbed
ADF 127g/m2
paper
200 dpi
Duplex: 25 sides/
min.
Duplex: 25 sides/
min.
146
-
150 dpi
7
8
9
Capacity of ADF
Optical Resolution
Output
Binary
resolution
(monochrome)
Grayscale
Color
11
Grayscale level
(internal)
Halftone Patterns
12
Interface
10
50 sheets
600dpi
50 - 600 dpi
50 - 600 dpi
50 - 600 dpi
8 bits per color
Dither /
error diffusion
SCSI-2
(Note(*6))
Other function
(Note(*5))
Scalable in 1
dpi increments
Scalable in 1
dpi increments
Scalable in 1
dpi increments
Internal 10
bits
Shield-type
50 pin (pintype) halfpich
B type
-
*1) The minimum size for scanning is A8 when using the ADF to
scan. When using the Flatbed to scan the scanning range is
unlimited.
*2) The manuscript thicknesses noted are for when using the ADF.
When using the Flatbed to scan the manuscript thickness is
unlimited.
For details, see "Chapter8, ADF AND PAPER
SPECIFICATION."
9.1 Basic Specifications
147
9
SCANNER SPECIFICATION
13
USB 1.1
JPEG compression
A4, 80 g/m2
*3) The scanning speed is the maximum speed of the scanner
hardware. Software processing time such as data transfer time
is added to the actual scanning time.
*4) The scanning speed noted is the value when using the ADF to
scan.
*5) The maximum stacking capacity varies according to the
document thickness. For details, see "Chapter8, ADF AND
PAPER SPECIFICATION."
*6) The SCSI-2 and USB1.1 interfaces cannot be used at the same
time.
148
9.1 Basic Specifications
9.2 Installation Specifications
The following table shows specifications related to scanner
installation.
Item
Specification
Dimensions (mm)
(Without ADF paper
chute)
Depth
Width
Height
569
(22.4 in)
302 (11.9 in)
229
(9.0 in)
Installation Space
(mm)
800 (31.5in) x 400 (15.8in) x 450 (17.8in)
(D x W x H)
Weight (kg)
8kg (17.7 lb.)
Input
power
Voltage
100 to 120 VAC ±10% or
220 to 240 VAC ±10%
Phases
Single-phase
Frequency
50 / 60 ± 3Hz
ATTENTION
34 W or less
Installation Space is the reference value of an
installation space required to read A4 manuscript.
9.2 Installation Specifications
149
SCANNER SPECIFICATION
Power consumption
9
Item
Ambient condition
Device status
Operating
Not operating
Temperature
5 to 35 °C
-20 to 60 °C
(41 to 95°F)
(-4 to 140°F)
Humidity
150
Specification
20 to 80 %
Heat capacity
29.3 kcal / H or less
Shipping Weight (kg)
11.5 kg (25.4 lb)
9.2 Installation Specifications
8 to 95 %
9.3 External Dimensions
The following shows the external dimensions of the fi-4220C.
302
(11.9")
229
(9")
569(22.4")
537(21.2")
(Unit : mm)
9.3 External Dimensions
151
SCANNER SPECIFICATION
305
(12")
9
152
9.3 External Dimensions
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
A4 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 210 x 297 mm.
A5 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 148 x 210 mm.
A6 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 105 x 148 mm.
A7 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 74 x 105 mm.
A8 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 53 x 74 mm.
ASCII
The acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
ASCII is a set of 256 codes (numbered 0 to 255) used to communicate information between a computer and another device such as a
scanner.
Backside reading = Back-side scanning
Refers to reading the backside of the document, specifically in
Duplex reading mode.
GL-1
Bit
The smallest unit of information in computer memory. A bit is a single digit, either a 1 or a 0, in the binary numbering system. Eight
bits equal one byte.
Density
In this manual, refers to a measurement of the depth of the display.
Dither
Technique for producing halftone images by representing the entire
grayscale with only two pixel levels, black and white.
Double feed detection
A scanner function which detects the accidental feeding of multiple
sheets by the ADF unit. Can be turned on or off by the operator.
Double Letter Size
A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries.
Paper size is 11 x 17 inches.
dpi
Dots per inch.
Dropout color
A color which is used in the document but does not appear in the
read image.
Duplex reading mode
A reading mode in which both sides of the document are read.
GL-2
Equipment Error
An error that cannot be corrected by the operator. Call CE.
Error diffusion
High-quality halftone (pseudo-grayscale) image production based
on black-and-white pixel binarization. A pixel’s optical density and
that of adjacent pixels are summed, with black pixels relocated in
their order of density as they relate to adjacent pixels.
The purpose of this technique is to minimize the average error
between read and printed densities. Density data for adjacent pixels is modified by diffusing errors on the objective pixel into several
pixels, which are then binarized. This maintains high grayscale levels and resolution during reading, while suppressing more patterns
by dotted halftone images such as newspaper photographs.
Filtering
A correction method that improves the read quality of handwritten
documents. The read quality of images written in pencil or ballpointed pen depends on the reflective light characteristics of the
specific ink or lead used. Dropped pixels may produce outlines,
gaps, or thin, barely connected lines due to uneven optical density.
Filtering detects areas lighter than their surroundings and
increases their density to improve image clarity.
Front-side reading = Front-side scanning
Refers to reading the front side of the document, specifically in
Duplex reading mode.
GL-3
Halftone processing
Any method used to reproduce a photograph which includes a
shade as an image composed of dots, namely, a binary image.
Dithering and error diffusion processing are examples of halftone
processing.
Hexadecimal
A base-16 numbering system (also commonly referred to as hex
numbers). Since a base-16 system requires 16 digits, numbers 0
through 9 and letters A through F are used. It is convenient to
express binary numbers in hexadecimal because fewer digits are
required.
Image emphasis
Density is decreased for lighter but not completely white areas
adjacent to black areas. Weakening this emphasis eliminates spot
noise or produces softened images.
Image processing
An image is read with specified parameters.
Interface
The connection that allows communication from one part of a system to another. For example, electrical signals are transferred
between the computer and scanner over an interface cable.
Inversion (Reverse-image reading)
In reverse-image reading, data is changed from black to white and
vice versa.
GL-4
IRAS
Initialization of the hardware.
Landscape orientation
A document is transported and read with the long side vertical to
the moving direction.
Letter size
A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries.
Paper size is 8-1/2 x 11 inches.
Linedrawing mode
Selecting linedrawing mode makes threshold and contrast settings
effective but prevents brightness from being set. The specified
threshold value determines whether black or white pixels are
scanned. Line drawing mode is therefore appropriate for scanning
text and line art images.
Manual Feed mode = Manual Mode
Requires the operator to feed each document manually into the
ADF paper chute.
Manual start mode (<-> automatic start mode)
The reading operation is activated by pressing the START button in
this mode. Available only when video option board is installed.
Mirror image
The read image is symmetrically flipped to produce a mirror image
of the original detected in the main scanning direction.
GL-5
Noise removal
Isolated noise from an image appearing as black spots in white
areas and voids in black areas is removed to improve image quality.
Operator panel
A panel containing the scanner indicators and buttons. The operator panel is used to control scanner operations such as loading
document, selecting features, and changing setup options.
Outline extraction
The boundary between black and white areas is traced and the outline extracted for closed areas.
PAPER JAM
A warning informing the user that document is jammed in the transport unit, or that transportation is disabled because the transport
unit is slippery. This warning also appears when a double feed is
detected.
Photograph mode (White level follower OFF)
Selecting photograph mode makes brightness and contrast settings effective but prevents the threshold from being set. With photograph mode, the darkness of image corresponds to the blackpixel density, making it suitable in scanning images such as photographs having gradations.
Photo mode = photograph mode
A photograph is read properly in this mode.
Portrait orientation
A document is transported and read with the long side parallel to
the moving direction.
GL-6
Read operation
Refers to the reading operation including Simplex reading and
Duplex reading.
RS-232C interface
A type of serial interface. See Serial interface.
SCSI ID
Used to specify a particular SCSI device when the initiator selects
a target or the target reconnects to the initiator.
Simplex reading mode
Only the front side of the document is read in this mode. Place the
documents face up at the center of the ADF paper chute.
Smoothing
A process that eliminates “jaggies” from slanted lines and curves.
Irregular convexities are deleted and irregular concavities filled in.
This is useful in OCR applications, for example.
Temporary Error
An error correctable by the operator.
Time-out limit
This is the time the scanner waits for next document insertion after
the last document feeding. The scanner returns Paper Empty when
no document is set after time-out limit.
GL-7
GL-8
INDEX
A
Connecting the
USB interface cable ..... 23
Connectors
DC inlet .............................. 9
SCSI interface
connector ......................... 9
USB interface
connector ......................... 9
Consumables
Consumables No. ........... 78
Consumables
replacement cycle ........ 78
Number of uses .............. 79
Standard replacement
cycle ............................... 79
AC adapter ................................. 3
AC cable ..................................... 3
ADF button ................................. 5
ADF Paper Chute ...................... 5
ADF(Automatic document
feeder) ...................................... 5
Ambient condition ................ 150
B
Buttons
Function button .............. 12
Power button .................. 12
Scan button..................... 12
Send to button ................ 12
D
DC inlet ...................................... 9
Detecting double-feeds
C
Capacity of ADF ................... 147
Cleaning
Cleaning the ADF........... 69
Cleaning the Flat bed .... 66
Cleaning materials ................. 64
Connecting the SCSI
interface cable ...................... 25
Connecting the USB
interface cable ...................... 23
Connections
Connecting the
AC adapter .................... 21
Connecting the
PC to the scanner ........ 22
Connecting the
SCSI interface cable.... 25
....................................... 59, 141
Document
Document paper
thickness ..................... 135
Document type ............. 135
Number of document
sheets.......................... 139
Document bed ........................... 7
Document cover ........................ 7
Document holding pad ............. 7
Document paper quality ...... 135
Document size ..................... 134
E
External dimensions ... 149, 151
IN-1
F
O
Flatbed ........................................ 5
Function No. display .............. 11
Operator panel .......................... 5
Optical Resolution ............... 147
Output resolution ................. 147
G
Grayscale level ..................... 147
P
Pad ASY .................................. 10
Paper Weight........................ 146
Power consumption ............. 149
Power save mode ................... 33
H
Halftone Patterns ................. 147
Heat capacity ........................ 150
R
I
Image sensor ........................ 146
Input power ........................... 149
Installation
Installing the scanner .... 18
Installation Space ................. 149
Installation specifications
Ambient condition ........ 150
Dimensions ................... 149
Heat capacity ................ 150
Input power ................... 149
Installation space ......... 149
Power consumption ..... 149
Shipping weight ............ 150
Weight ........................... 149
Interface ................................ 147
Item to check ........................ 126
L
Labels on the scanner ......... 130
LED .......................................... 11
Light source .......................... 146
Locations to be cleaned ........ 64
IN-2
Replacement
Replacing the
Pad ASY ........................ 86
Replacing the
Pick roller ....................... 92
S
Scanner installation ......... 17, 18
Scanner Type ....................... 146
Scanning area ...................... 146
Scanning Speed .................. 146
SCSI ID switch .......................... 9
SCSI interface cable .............. 25
SCSI interface connector......... 9
Setting the SCSI ID ................ 28
Sheet guide ............................. 10
Shipping lock ............................. 7
Shipping Weight ................... 150
Side guide .................................. 5
Specifications
(basic scanner specifications)
Capacity of ADF........... 147
Grayscale level ............ 147
Halftone patterns ......... 147
Image sensor ............... 146
Interface ........................ 147
Light source .................. 146
Other function ............... 147
Output resolution.......... 147
Paper Weight ................ 146
Scanner type ................ 146
Scanning area .............. 146
Scanning speed ........... 146
Stacker ....................................... 5
T
Turning the power ON ........... 32
U
Unlocking the
Shipping lock ........................ 18
USB interface cable ........... 3, 23
USB interface connector .......... 9
W
Weight.................................... 149
IN-3
IN-4
fi-4220C Image Scanner Operator’s Guide
P3PC-E017-01EN
Date of issuance : April, 2002
Issuance responsibility : PFU LIMITED
Printed in Singapore
•
Copying of the contents of this manual in whole or in part and
copying of the scanner application is forbidden under the copyright
law.
•
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
•
PFU LIMITED. is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting
from use of this scanner and procedures described in this manual,
profit due to defects, and any claims by a third party.
•
For details on the scanner's warranty conditions, refer to the
stipulations on the warranty packaged with the scanner.
•
Repair parts for this scanner are retained for a minimum of five years
from discontinuation of production.
•
Missing or wrongly collated pages will be supplied free of charge.
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