Fujitsu FI-6670A User's Manual

Fujitsu FI-6670A User's Manual
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fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S
Operator’s Guide
Thank you for purchasing a fi-6670(A) / fi-6770(A) / fi-6750S Color Image Scanner series.
This manual provides the basics of how to operate and handle the scanner.
Refer to the Getting Started for information on how to install and connect the scanner, and
how to install related scanning software.
Introduction
Shows scanner’s parts names and their
functions plus the basic operation.
Scanner
Overview
Explains how to load documents on the
scanner.
Loading
Documents
Explains how to scan documents using a
scanning application “ScandAll PRO.”
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Describes the configurable parameters in
the scanner drivers.
Scan Parameters
Explains how to scan various types of documents.
Various
Documents
Explains how to clean the scanner.
Explains how to replace the scanner consumables.
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Consumables
Explains how to troubleshoot scanner
problems.
Troubleshooting
Explains how to configure scanner settings
using the Software Operation Panel.
Operational
Settings
Appendix
Glossary
How to Use This Manual
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Introduction
Shows scanner’s parts names and their
functions plus the basic operation.
Operator’s Guide
Thank you for purchasing the fi-6670(A) / fi-6770(A) / fi-6750S Color Image Scanner series.
This manual provides the basics of how to operate and handle the scanner.
Refer to the Getting Started for information on how to install and connect the scanner, and
how to intall related scanning software,
Explains how to load documents on the
scanner.
Scanner
Overview
Loading
Documents
Explains how to scan document using a
scanning application “ScandAll PRO.”
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Describes the parameters configurable in
the scanner drivers.
Scan Parameters
Explains how to scan various types of documents.
Various
Scans
Index
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A
Introduction
F
ADF-Loaded Documents ................................................ 42
Advanced Scanning........................................................ 79
Features .......................................................................... 21
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver......................................... 67
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver ............................... 64
Functions of the Operator Panels.................................... 28
B
Basic Flow of Scanning Documents ............................... 33
Basic Specification ........................................................ 189
Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider
151
C
H
How to Use ScandAll PRO.............................................. 51
How to Use This Manual .................................................. 2
I
Changing the ADF Position ............................................ 48
Checking Labels on the Scanner................................... 153
Cleaning Materials and Locations Requiring Cleaning.. 114
Cleaning the ADF .......................................................... 116
Cleaning the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only)..................... 121
Configurable Items ........................................................ 156
Consumables................................................................. 122
Consumables and the Replacement Cycles.................. 123
Conventions...................................................................... 7
Customizing the Hardware Settings .............................. 105
Installation Specification................................................ 191
Introduction....................................................................... 3
E
Explains how to replace the consumables
of the scanner.
Errors Indicated on the Operator Panel......................... 131
Consumables
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ScandAll PRO
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
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Launching ScandAll PRO................................................ 53
Loading Documents ........................................................ 38
Loading Documents on the ADF ..................................... 39
Loading Documents on the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only) 50
Daily Care
Options .......................................................................... 194
Outer Dimensions.......................................................... 192
Overview of ScandAll PRO ............................................. 52
Troubleshooting
Consumables
O
Daily Care...................................................................... 113
Daily Care
Scanner
Overview
L
D
Explains how to clean the scanner.
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P
Paper Jams ................................................................... 129
Power ON/OFF Control ................................................. 187
Power Save Mode ........................................................... 32
Appndix
Glossary
209
Explains how to troubleshoot.
Troubleshooting
Explains how to configure scanner settings
using the Software Operation Panel.
Operational
Settings
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Introduction
How to Use This Manual ........................................ 2
Introduction ............................................................. 3
Regulatory Information ........................................... 4
Conventions ............................................................ 6
Precautions ............................................................. 8
Safety Information ................................................ 10
2.1
2.2
Paper Quality........................................................ 37
Maximum Document Loading Capacity................ 39
Area Not to be Perforated .................................... 39
Loading Documents with Tabs or
Non-Rectangular Documents ............................... 40
Multifeed Detection Conditions............................. 40
Chapter 1Scanner Overview .............................. 18
1.1
Overview and Features ..................................... 19
1.2
Overview .............................................................. 19
Features ............................................................... 19
Scanner Parts and Their Functions ................. 20
1.3
fi-6670(A) (ADF Type) .......................................... 20
fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S (FB Type) .............................. 22
Model-Common Parts .......................................... 25
Functions of the Operator Panel ...................... 26
Operator Panel ..................................................... 26
Loading Documents on the ADF ...................... 34
ADF-Loaded Documents .................................. 37
Sizes..................................................................... 37
2.3
2.4
Scan Parameters
Various
Scans
Loading Documents on the Flatbed
(FB Type Only) ................................................... 44
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Chapter 3How to Use ScandAll PRO ................ 45
1.4
3.1
3.2
3.3
Overview of ScandAll PRO ............................... 46
Launching ScandAll PRO ................................. 47
Selecting a Scanner Driver ............................... 48
1.5
Turning the Scanner On ....................................... 29
Turning the Scanner Off ....................................... 29
Power Save Mode .............................................. 30
3.4
3.5
3.6
Selecting a Scanner Model ............................... 49
Scan Parameters ............................................... 50
Selecting a Scanning Method
Scanning Documents ........................................ 31
(with [Scan Settings]) ........................................ 51
Scan ..................................................................... 51
Chapter 2Loading Documents .......................... 33
Batch Scan ........................................................... 51
1.6
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Limiting the Background Color Area..................... 41
Job Separation Sheet........................................... 42
Changing the ADF Position (FB Type Only) ... 43
Indications on the Function Number Display ........ 28
Turning the Scanner On and Off ...................... 29
Returning from e Power Save Mode .................... 30
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Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Scanner
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Thank you for purchasing our fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S series Color Image Scanner.
Scanner Models
Manuals
This manual covers the following five scanner models, each featuring as:
The following manuals are included in the for the scanner. Read
them as needed.
Model
fi-6670
fi-6670A
fi-6770
fi-6770A
fi-6750S
Description
Equipped with an automatic document feeder (ADF) for
automatic document feeding and duplex scanning.
The fi-6670A comes with a color graphics adapter (CGA)
board as a standard feature. It enables advanced image
processing at a high speed when used with Kofax VRS.
Equipped with an automatic document feeder (ADF) for
automatic document feeding and duplex scanning, and a
flatbed for scanning documents such as thin paper or thick
books.
The fi-6770A comes with a color graphics adapter (CGA)
board as a standard feature. It enables advanced image
processing at a high speed when used with Kofax VRS.
Equipped with an automatic document feeder (ADF) for
automatic document feeding and simplex scanning, and a
flatbed for scanning documents such as thin paper or thick
books.
The ADF features simplex scanning only.
Manual
Package Contents List
(paper)
Getting Started
(paper, PDF)
Operator’s Guide
(This Manual))
(PDF)
Description
Lists all the items contained in the scanner
package. Make sure all are included in the
package.
Outlines the procedures from installing up to
starting the operation of the scanner. Read
this manual first.
Provides detailed information on how to
operate, and maintain the scanner daily, how
to replace the consumables, and how to
troubleshoot problems. Included in the
SETUP DVD-ROM.The PDF data is included
in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
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FUJITSU TWAIN 32
User’s Guide (PDF)
Explains how to install and operate the
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver. Included
in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
Consumables
Image Processing
Software Option
User’s Guide (PDF)
Explains how to install and operate the Image
Processing Software Option. Included in the
SETUP DVD-ROM.
Troubleshooting
VRS Note (PDF)
Explains how to connect and install Kofax
VRS. Included in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
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Settings
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Manual
Description
Error Recovery Guide
(HTML help)
Details the status of the scanner and explains
how to resolve problems encountered.
Contains movies that explain how to replace
the consumables. Included in the SETUP
DVD-ROM.
Help - Embedded in
scanner drivers
Explains how to use the scanner drivers, and
how to configure the settings for them.
Help - Embedded in
related applications
Explains how to use and configure the
settings for the application software. Use help
files as necessary. Can be referenced from
the applications.
Trademarks
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
ISIS and QuickScan are trademarks or registered trademarks
of EMC Corporation in the United States.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, and Acrobat are either registered
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United
States and/or other countries.
Kofax and VRS are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Kofax Image Products, Inc.
Other product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies.
Manufacturer
PFU LIMITED
International Sales Dept., Imaging Business Division,
Products Group
Solid Square East Tower, 580 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku,
Kawasaki-shi Kanagawa 212-8563, Japan
Phone: (81-44) 540-4538
All Rights Reserved, Copyright © PFU LIMITED 2008
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Regulatory Information
Regulatory Information
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FCC Declaration
Canadian DOC Regulations
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:
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limit for
radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the
Radio interference Regulations of the Canadian Department
of Communications.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
Le présent appareil numérique n'émet pas de parasites
radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la classe B et prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique dictées par le Ministère
des Communications du Canada.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
• 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 located.
• Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
Für den fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S wird folgendes bescheinigt:
FCC warning: 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 shielded interface cable is required to comply with
the Class B limits of Part 15 of FCC rules. The length of the
Power cable must be 3 meters (10 feet) or less.
Bescheimigung des Herstellers/ Importeurs
• In Übereinsstimmung mit den Bestimmungen der EN45014(CE)
funkentstört
• Maschinenlärminformationsverordnung 3. GPSGV: Der höchste
Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB (A) oder weniger, gemäß EN ISO
7779.
Dieses Gerät wurde nicht für die Benutzung in unmittelbarer Umgebung
starker Lichtquellen (z. B. Projektoren) konzipiert.
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Regulatory Information
International ENERGY STAR® Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, PFU LIMITED has determined that this
product meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment
Program is an international program that promotes
energy saving through the penetration of energy efficient computers and other office equipment. The program backs the development and dissemination of
products with functions that effectively reduce energy
consumption. It is an open system in which business
proprietors can participate voluntarily. The targeted products are office
equipment such as computers, monitors, printers, facsimiles, copiers,
scanners, and multifunction devices. Their standards and logos are uniform among participating nations.
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 generalpurpose applications.
It has not been designed and manufactured for use in applications (simply
called "high-safety applications" from here on) that directly involve danger
to life and health when a 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 with adopting measures for ensuring
safety in such high-safety applications. PFU LIMITED 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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Conventions
Introduction
Symbols Used In This Manual
Operating Systems and Software Products:
The OSs and products in this manual are indicated as follows:
For notational convention, the following symbols are used in
this manual:
!
This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be sure to read this information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation.
Naming Conventions in This Manual
Scanners:
The scanners are indicated as follows:
Model
Indication
fi-6670/fi-6670A
ADF type
fi-6770/fi-6770A/fi-6750S
Flatbed type
Scanner
The explanation in this manual bases on the following models:
ADF type: fi-6670
Flatbed type: fi-6770
Product
Indication
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
operating system
Windows
2000
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
operating system
Windows
XP
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003
Standard Edition operating system (32/64bit)
Windows
Server
2003
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Business
operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Enterprise
operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Ultimate
operating system (32/64-bit)
Windows
Vista
Microsoft® Office SharePoint™ Portal
Server 2003
Microsoft SharePoint
Server
®
®
Windows
(*1)
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Microsoft® Office SharePoint™ Server 2007
Adobe® Acrobat®
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*1:
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the
above operating system, the general term "Windows" is used.
*2:
All the descriptions in this manual assume the usage of Adobe
Acrobat bundled with this product. However, Adobe Acrobat may be
upgraded without notice. If the descriptions differ from the screens
actually displayed, refer to the Adobe Acrobat Help.
Arrow Symbols in This Manual
Right-arrow symbols (D) are used to separate icons or menu
options you should select in succession.
Example: Click [Tool] D [Scan Setting].
Screen Examples in This Manual
The screen examples in this manual are subject to change
without notice in the interest of product improvement.
If the actual displayed screen differs from the screen examples
in this manual, operate by following the actual displayed
screen while referring to the user's manual of the scanner
application you are using.
The screen examples used in this manual are of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 scanner driver, FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver,
ScandAll PRO (which is an image capturing software), and
Adobe Acrobat.
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Precautions
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Liability Note
READ ALL OF THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING
THIS PRODUCT. IF THIS PRODUCT IS NOT USED
CORRECTLY, UNEXPECTED INJURY MAY BE CAUSED TO
USERS OR BYSTANDERS.
Also, keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily
referred to during use of this product.
While all efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of all
information in this manual, PFU assumes no liability to any
party for any damage caused by errors or omissions or by
statements of any kind in this manual, its updates or supplements, whether such errors are omissions or statements
resulting from negligence, accidents, or any other cause. PFU
further assumes no liability arising from the application or use
of any product or system described herein; nor any liability for
incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of
this manual. PFU disclaims all warranties regarding the information contained herein, whether expressed, implied, or statutory.
Use of Mercury
Hg
Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury and must be
recycled or disposed of according to local, state, or federal
laws.
To avoid unexpected injuries:
• Do not put the substance contained in the lamp in your mouth as
it has mercury.
• Do not breathe the chemical liquid contained in the scanner
lamps.
• Do not incinerate, crush, or shred the lamps or scanner parts.
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The user must not perform repairs on this scanner.
Contact the store where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU Image Scanner service provider to make
repairs to this product.
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HOT warning label:
The glass surface inside the
ADF becomes hot during the
operation. Be careful not to
touch glass surfaces inside the
ADF.
To avoid burns, never touch
around the area indicated by
this label.
Take care not to get your
finger(s) caught in the ADF
while turning.
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You must NOT remove this warning label from your scanner.
When it gets old or unreadable by staining or scratches,
contact the store where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Safety Information
Introduction
This manual describes important details for users to use this
product safely and correctly. Read this manual thoroughly
before you start using this product.
Be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Information, in
particular.
In addition, keep this manual handy during use of this product,
so that you can refer to it quickly when necessary.
Warning Indications Used In This Manual
The following indications are used in this manual to obviate any
change of accident or damage to you and/or the product.
WARNING
This indication alerts operators to an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in severe
injury or death.
CAUTION
This indication alerts operators to an operation
that, if not strictly observed, may result in safety
hazards to personnel or damage to the product.
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
may not perform.
The drawing inside or under the circle shows the specific action
that is not allowed.
R
Outline characters on a colored background show instructions
users should follow.
It may also include the drawing that shows the specific instruction.
WARNING
The following are important warnings described in this manual.
Description
Do not damage the power cable.
A damaged power cable may cause fire or electric shock. Do not
place heavy objects on power cable, or pull, bend, twist, heat,
damage or modify Power cables.
Do not use any damaged power cables or power plugs, or install
any cables or power plugs to loose wall sockets.
Use only specified power cables and interface
cables.
Use only specified power cables and interface cables. Failure to
use the correct cables might cause electric shock and/or equipment failure.
Do not use the power cable provided with the scanner for other
devices, since this might cause equipment failure and other
troubles or an electric shock.
Make sure to ground the scanner.
Make sure to ground to avoid electric shock. Be sure to ground
before plugging into a power outlet.
Unplug from the outlet before removing the ground connection.
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Description
Use the scanner only at the indicated power voltage. Do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Use the scanner only at the indicated power voltage and current.
Improper power voltage or current might cause fire or electric
shock. Do not connect to multiple-power strips.
Do not touch the power cable with wet hands.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Doing so might
cause electric shock.
Wipe off any dust from the power plug.
Wipe off any dust from the 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 the scanner in a location that has
oil smoke, steam, humidity, and dust.
Do not install the scanner in a location subject to oil smoke,
steam, humidity, and dust. Doing so might cause a fire or electric
shock.
Do not use the scanner if there is a strange odor.
If you detect excessive heat coming from the scanner or detect
smoke, strange smells or noises during the operation, immediately disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Before
contacting the store where you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider, make sure that any
smoke coming from it has completely stopped. Never try fixing
such problems by yourself. Doing so is dangerous.
Disconnect the power if the scanner is damaged.
If the scanner is damaged for any reason, immediately disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. Then, contact the
store where you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
Description
Do not put liquids inside the scanner.
Do not insert or drop any metal objects into the ADF slot or
ventilation ports on the scanner.
Do not scan any wet documents or documents with paper clips
or staples attached.
Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet.
If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids, etc.) get
inside the scanner, immediately disconnect the power plug from
the power outlet. Then, contact the store where you bought the
scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
Pay particular attention to this warning in households where
there are small children.
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Unplug the scanner when a trouble occurs.
Immediately unplug the scanner when a trouble occurs.
Never cut the ground connection until the scanner is unplugged
from the power outlet.
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Do not disassemble the scanner.
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Do not take apart or modify the scanner. The inside of the
scanner contains high-voltage components.
Touching these components might cause electric shock or fire.
Do not use aerosol or alcohol sprays near the
scanner.
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Do not use any flammable substance or alcohol based cleaning
sprays (such as aerosol sprays) to clean the scanner.
Sparks, caused by static electricity, generated when blowing off
dust and dirt from the outside of the scanner, may cause a fire.
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Do not place the scanner within the reach of small
children.
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To avoid injuries, do not place the scanner in an area where
small children may be able to reach.
Do not touch the heated section for a long time.
Do not touch the heated section such as the bottom of the
scanner for a long time.
Doing so may cause a low-temperature burn on your skin.
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Description
Do not cover the scanner with something during
its operation.
Do not use the scanner while covered with a blanket, etc. Doing
so may raise the temperature inside and cause a fire.
Do not use the scanner where it gets wet.
Do not use the scanner at a place such as a bathroom, shower
room, or swimming pool where it may easily get wet. Doing so
might cause electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
The following are important cautions described in this manual:
Description
Do not install the scanner on an unstable work
table.
When installing the scanner on a work table, make sure that the
table is flat and level. Place the scanner so that none of its parts
extend beyond the edge of the table.
Also, it must be strong enough to support the weights of the
scanner and other devices.
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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 the scanner, which may result in fire or
scanner failure.
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Do not place heavy objects or stand on the top of
the scanner.
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Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or stand on its top to
perform other work.
Doing so might cause injuries and equipment failure.
Consumables
Do not use the scanner immediately after moving
it from a cold place into a warm room.
Do not use the scanner immediately after moving it from a cold
place into a warm room.
Condensation may occur, which might lead to scanning errors.
Let the scanner dry for one or two hours before you use it.
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Before moving the scanner, disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet.
Before moving the scanner, make sure the transport lock is locked. (Flatbed type)
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Do not move the scanner with the power and interface cables
connected as this can damage the cables, which can later cause
fire, electric shock as well as injuries.
Before moving the scanner, be sure to disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet, and all other interface cables. Make
sure that the floor is free of any obstructions.
When moving the scanner, be sure to lock the transport lock and
the ADF transport lock in order to prevent damage to the
scanner.
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Handle documents carefully.
When handling documents, be careful not to cut your fingers
with them.
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Do not make the scanner wet while carrying it
outside.
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Protect the scanner from static electricity.
Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields and other
sources of electronic noise. Also, protect the scanner against
any static electricity, which can cause the scanner to malfunction.Choose a static-free place to install the scanner.
Avoid any contact when scanner is in use.
Avoid getting a sleeve, necktie, or hair caught up in any scanner
mechanism during scanning since this may cause injuries.
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet
when the scanner is not in use for a long period
of time.
When carrying the scanner outside while it is raining or snowing,
pay special attention so the scanner does not get wet.
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When the scanner is not going to be used for a long period of
time, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet.
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Do not install the scanner in direct sunlight.
Consumables
Do not install the scanner under direct sunlight or near heating
apparatus. Doing so might cause excessive heat to build up
inside the scanner, which can cause scanner trouble or even
fire. Install the scanner in a well-ventilated location.
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Do not try to move or lift the scanner alone.
When transporting the scanner, never carry it alone.
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Introduction
How to Use This Manual ........................................ 2
Introduction ............................................................. 3
Regulatory Information ........................................... 5
Conventions ............................................................ 7
Precautions ............................................................. 9
Safety Information ................................................ 11
2.2
Chapter 1 Scanner Overview............................ 20
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Features ............................................................. 21
Features ............................................................... 21
Scanner Parts and Their Functions ................. 22
fi-6670/fi-6670A (ADF Type) ................................ 22
fi-6770/fi-6770A/fi-6750S (Flatbed Type) ............. 24
Model-Common Parts .......................................... 27
Functions of the Operator Panels .................... 28
Operator Panel ..................................................... 28
Indications on the Function Number Display ........ 30
Turning the Scanner ON and OFF ................... 31
Turning the Scanner ON ...................................... 31
Turning the Scanner OFF..................................... 31
Power Save Mode .............................................. 32
Returning from Power Save Mode ....................... 32
Basic Flows of Scanning Documents ............. 33
2.3
2.4
Loading Documents on the ADF ...................... 39
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Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll PRO .............. 51
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Overview of ScandAll PRO ............................... 52
Launching ScandAll PRO ................................. 53
Selecting a Scanner Driver ............................... 54
Selecting a Scanner Model ............................... 55
Scan Parameters ............................................... 56
Scanning Approaches ...................................... 57
3.7
Scanning with [Scan]............................................ 57
Scanning with [Batch Scan].................................. 57
Scanning with [Scan] ........................................ 58
Chapter 2 Loading Documents ........................ 38
2.1
ADF-Loaded Documents .................................. 42
Sizes..................................................................... 42
Paper Quality........................................................ 42
Maximum Document Loading Capacity................ 44
Area Not to be Perforated .................................... 44
Loading Documents with Tabs or Non-Rectangular
Documents ........................................................... 45
Multifeed Detection Conditions............................. 45
Limiting the Background Color Area..................... 46
Job Separation Sheet........................................... 47
Changing the ADF Position
(Flatbed Type Only) ........................................... 48
Loading Documents on the Flatbed
(Flatbed Type Only) ........................................... 50
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Scanning with [Batch Scan] ............................. 61
Creating and Editing Profiles................................ 61
Scanning Documents ........................................... 62
Chapter 4 Scan Parameters.............................. 63
4.1
4.2
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver ................. 64
Resolution ............................................................ 64
Scan Type ............................................................ 64
Paper Size............................................................ 65
Image Mode ......................................................... 65
[Scan] Button........................................................ 65
[Preview] Button ................................................... 65
[Close]/[OK] Button............................................... 65
[Reset] Button....................................................... 65
[Help] Button......................................................... 65
[About] Button....................................................... 65
[Option] Button ..................................................... 66
[Advance] Button .................................................. 66
[Config] Button...................................................... 66
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver ........................... 67
[Main] Tab ............................................................ 67
[Layout] Tab ......................................................... 68
[Image Processing] Tab ....................................... 69
[Paper Handling] Tab ........................................... 69
[Gamma] Tab ....................................................... 70
[Color Dropout] Tab.............................................. 70
[Blank Page Deletion] Tab.................................... 71
[Compression] Tab ............................................... 71
[Imprinter] Tab ...................................................... 72
[About] Tab........................................................... 72
Chapter 5 Various Documents ......................... 73
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Summary ............................................................ 74
Scanning Documents of Different Types or
Sizes .................................................................... 75
Scanning Both Sides of A Document
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A Only)............... 75
Scanning A Large-Size Document or Book
(Flatbed Type Only).............................................. 75
Scanning Documents of Different Widths............. 76
Scanning A Document Longer Than A3 Size....... 77
Advanced Scanning .......................................... 79
Excluding Color(s) from Images (Dropout Color) . 79
Skipping Blank Pages .......................................... 81
Removing Punch Holes from A Scanned Image .. 82
Scanning A Document from the ADF in Manual
Loading Mode....................................................... 84
Duplex Scanning Using the ADF Virtual Duplex
Function (fi-6750S Only) ...................................... 85
Setting Post-Scan Operations and Handling .. 87
Automatically Correcting Skewed Document
Images.................................................................. 87
Setting Auto Correction for Document Page
Orientations .......................................................... 89
Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format .............. 90
Dividing Multipage Documents Using Patch
Codes ................................................................... 95
Dividing a Multipage Document Using Barcodes . 97
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Horizontally Splitting a Scanned Image into Two100
Outputting in Multi-Image Mode ......................... 101
Setting Auto Detection for Content Colors
(Color/Monochrome) .......................................... 103
Customizing the Hardware Settings .............. 106
Using the Scanner Buttons to Start A Scan
Quickly................................................................ 106
Detecting Multifeeds........................................... 108
Bypassing Multifeed Detection for a Fixed
Format ................................................................ 110
8.3
Chapter 6 Daily Care ....................................... 114
6.1
6.2
6.3
Cleaning Materials and Locations
Requiring Cleaning ......................................... 115
Cleaning Materials.............................................. 115
Locations to Clean and Cleaning Frequency ..... 116
Cleaning the ADF ............................................ 117
Cleaning with a Cloth Moistened with Cleaner
F1 ....................................................................... 117
Cleaning the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only) .... 122
Chapter 7 Consumables ................................. 123
7.1
7.2
7.3
Consumables and the Replacement
Cycles ............................................................... 124
Replacing the Pick Rollers ............................. 125
Replacing the Brake Roller ............................. 127
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting............................. 129
8.1
8.2
Paper Jams ...................................................... 130
Errors Indicated on the Operator Panel ........ 132
8.4
Temporary Errors ............................................... 133
Device Errors...................................................... 134
Troubleshooting .............................................. 136
Scanner cannot be turned on. ............................ 137
Indication on Function Number Display
goes out.............................................................. 138
Scanning does not start...................................... 139
Quality of scanned pictures or photos is not
satisfactory when scanning in black and white... 140
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.141
Images are distorted or blurred. ......................... 142
Vertical lines appear in scanned images............ 143
Function Number Display indicates an error
code (alphabetical letter plus number) alternately
after the scanner is turned ON. .......................... 144
Multifeed errors occur frequently........................ 145
Pickup errors occur frequently............................ 147
Paper jams occur frequently............................... 148
Scanned images are elongated when scanned
from the ADF. ..................................................... 149
There is a shadow on leading edge of scanned
image.................................................................. 150
The scanner is not recognized by your computer
when Kofax VRS is used.................................... 151
Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner
Service Provider .............................................. 152
General Details................................................... 152
Troubles ............................................................. 152
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Checking Labels on the Scanner ................... 154
Positions of Labels on the Scanner .................... 154
Chapter 9 Operational Settings...................... 155
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Starting Up the Software Operation Panel .... 156
Configurable Items .......................................... 157
Device Setting .................................................... 157
Device Setting 2 ................................................. 159
Settings Related to Consumables and
Useful Life Counters ........................................ 165
Confirming and Resetting the Counters ............. 165
Cycle for Cleaning the Scanner [Cleaning Cycle]167
Cycle for Replacing the Consumables
[Useful life counter]............................................. 168
Settings Related to Scanning ......................... 169
Adjusting the Starting Position for Scanning
[Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment].......... 169
Eliminating Shadows or Stripes on the Scanned
Image Edge [Page Edge Filler] .......................... 171
Scanning with Particular Color(s) Dropped Out
[Dropout color].................................................... 172
Shorting the Scanning Intervals [Pre-Pick] ......... 173
Cropping the Image Boundary
[AutoCrop Boundary].......................................... 174
Configuring the Data Transfer Width
[SCSI Bus Width]................................................ 175
Scan Setting for Documents with Tabs or Non-Rectangular Documents [Scan Setting for Documents
with Tab (Automatic Paper Size Detection)]....... 175
9.5
9.6
9.7
Scan Setting for The Document Whose One
Side Is in Dark Background Color [Scan Setting for
Document in Dark Background Color]................ 176
Adjusting the Scanned Document Output Images
[Overcrop/Undercrop]......................................... 177
Adjusting the Paper Picking Pressure
[Pick Pressure] ................................................... 178
Settings Related to Multifeed Detection ........ 180
Multifeed Detection............................................. 180
Specifying the Multifeed Detection Range
[Document Check Area Specification for
Multifeed Detection]............................................ 182
Setting A Non-Multifeed-Detection Range
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]............................ 185
Settings Related to Wait Time ........................ 186
Timeout for Manual Feeding
[Manual-feed timeout]......................................... 186
Setting the Wait Time in Power Saving Mode
[Power saving].................................................... 187
Settings Related to Power ON/OFF Control .. 188
Power ON/OFF Control [Power SW Control] ..... 188
Appendix ........................................................... 189
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
Basic Specification ......................................... 190
Installation Specification ................................ 192
Outer Dimensions ........................................... 193
ADF type ............................................................ 193
Flatbed type........................................................ 194
Scanner Options .............................................. 195
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Uninstalling the Software ............................... 196
Glossary ............................................................ 197
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This chapter describes the components of the scanner, showing their names and functions, and explains the basics of how
to operate them.
Here, Windows Vista screen samples are used to explain the operations. The screens and operations may differ slightly if
the OS that you are using is other than Windows Vista. Take note that, when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 or FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations herein may also be slightly different. In such case, refer to the
relevant manuals or materials, which are to be supplied when updating the driver.
1.1 Features .................................................................................21
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1.2 Scanner Parts and Their Functions ........................................22
1.3 Functions of the Operator Panels ...........................................28
1.4 Turning the Scanner ON and OFF..........................................31
1.5 Power Save Mode...................................................................32
1.6 Basic Flows of Scanning Documents .....................................33
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1.1 Features
Introduction
This section explains the major features of the scanner.
Provides the Intelligent Multifeed function.
Features
The Intelligent Multifeed function recognizes paper (sticky
notes or labels) of the same size which are glued onto a prespecified same location of your document.
The function suppresses multifeed detection at this location
and continues scanning.
The scanner has the following features:
Realizes a high-speed scanning of 90 sheets (or
180 pages) per minute under JPEG compression
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only).
The scanner mounts newly-developed high-speed CCD and
high-speed image processing circuit. This mechanism has
realized a scan speed of 90 sheets or 180 pages (at 200 dpi)
per minute. You can perform a batch scanning of about 45,000
sheets per day.
Reduces the work loss caused by multifeeds.
The scanner mounts an ultrasonic multifeed sensor that
definitely detects two or more sheets fed simultaneously (this
is called a "multifeed"). This feature enables multifeed detection for documents of different thicknesses, sizes, color and/or
color density, thus preventing any work loss caused by multifeeds.
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Mounts an adjustable ADF (Flatbed type only).
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The scanner is equipped with an adjustable ADF. You can
rotate it by 180 degree or slide to a desired position among
three, thus saving your installation space.
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This section shows you the names of the scanner parts, and briefly describes how they function.
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ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Feeds documents to the scanning position automatically.
Documents are fed sheet by sheet when loaded for batch
scanning. Both sides of documents can be scanned at
one time.
ADF Paper Chute
Holds in place the document
pages/sheets that are to be fed into
the ADF. Load them with their face
down.
Stacker
Scanned documents are ejected from the
ADF onto this stacker.
You can adjust the height of the stacker at
lower or upper position. Is removable.
Paper Chute Extension
Extended when scanning long
documents.
Stacker Extension
Pull out this extension according to
the document length.
Chute Roller Cover
Stopper
A cover to prevent your finger(s)
from being caught by the Chute
Roller.
Raise this if the documents
loaded are long.
A connector for connecting to the
imprinter option.
For details of the imprinter option,
refer to the "Imprinter Operator’s
Guide."
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Side Guide
Operator Panel
EXT Connector
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Comprises a Function Number Display, operating
push buttons, and LEDs. Used to operate the
scanner and monitor the status.
Two panels are mounted; one each on each side.
You can use whichever is convenient for you. The
panels are of quick-open type, and can be folded
back in place when not used.
Prevents documents from being
skewed during feeding. Adjust the
guide to the width of the document
loaded.
Side Guide Button
Adjusts the position of the Side
Guide when kept pressed. Locks the
Side Guide at the position when this
button is released.
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ADF Open Button (Common)
Opens the ADF. Push the buttons in to open the ADF.
Cable Cover (Common)
A cover to house the cablings inside to protect them.
The cables are let out from either side of the cover to avoid tangling.
CGA Board Slot (fi-6670 only)
Remove the cover to install a CGA or optional board.
The fi-6670A mounts a CGA board.
For details of the CGA board, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (on page 195).
Main Power Switch (Common)
Used to turn the scanner ON and OFF.
fi-6670
Power Connector (Common)
A connector for a power cable.
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An open port for ventilating hot air from inside the scanner.
SCSI Connector 1 (Common)
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A connector for a SCSI interface cable.
SCSI ID Switch (Common)
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Used to configure a SCSI ID (ID=5 by factory setting).
USB Connector 1 (Common)
A connector for a USB interface cable.
fi-6670A
CGA Board (fi-6670A only)
For details of the CGA board, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (on page 195).
USB Connector 2 (fi-6670A only)
A connector for a USB interface cable.
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SCSI Connector 2 (fi-6670A only)
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A connector for a SCSI interface cable.
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ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
Feeds documents to the scanning position automatically.
Documents are fed sheet by sheet when loaded for batch
scanning. The fi-6770/fi-6770A can scan both sides of
documents at one time.
ADF Open Button
Opens the ADF. Push the buttons in
to open the ADF.
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ADF Paper Chute
Stacker Extension
Holds in place the document
pages/sheets that are to be fed into
the ADF. Load them with their face
down.
Pull out the extension according to
the document length.
Stopper
Paper Chute Extension
Raise it if the documents
loaded are long.
Extended when scanning long
documents.
Stacker
Chute Roller Cover
Scanned documents are ejected
from the ADF onto this stacker.
You can adjust the height of the
stacker at lower or upper position. Is
removable.
A cover to prevent your finger(s)
from being caught by the Chute
Roller.
Flatbed
Operator Panel
Place them on the glass sheet by sheet
for manual scanning.
Allows for scanning thick documents
such as books.
Used to operate the scanner and
monitor the status.
Comprises a Function Number
Display, operating push buttons,
and LEDs.
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Transport Lock
Locks the carrier unit inside the Flatbed during
transportation.
Use a coin or similar to unlock it.
Turn the slot to a vertical position to release the
lock; to a horizontal position to lock it.
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Side Guide Button
Side Guide
Adjusts the position of the Side
Guide when kept pressed. Locks the
Side Guide at the position when this
button is released.
Prevents documents from being
skewed during feeding. Adjust the
guide to the width of the documents
loaded.
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Lock Screw Storage Hole
Stores the ADF Lock Screws that were
removed after the ADF has been
unlocked.
Document Cover
Holds the loaded documents at the scanning
position when closed.
ADF Lock Screw
Fixes the ADF.
Handle
Used to open and close the Document
Cover.
Document Bed
Document Holding Pad
Place documents on the glass when
scanning through the flatbed.
Holds documents to the Document Bed.
The Document Cover with a black document holding pad is optionally available. This type is convenient for scanning documents in black
background when loading them from the flatbed.
This option allows you to correct skewed document images after scanned with the flatbed and to recognize the size of document to
output at it original size.
Name: Black Document Pad
Parts No.: PA03338-D960
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Main Power Switch (Common)
Used to turn the scanner ON and OFF.
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A connector for the power cable.
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Ventilation Port (Common)
An open port for ventilating hot air from inside the scanner.
fi-6770
CGA Board Slot (fi-6770 only)
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Connects a CGA board.
For details of the CGA board, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (on
page 195).
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SCSI ID Switch (fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
Used to configure a SCSI ID (ID=5 by factory setting).
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SCSI Connector 1 (fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
A connector for a SCSI interface cable.
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CGA Board (fi-6770A only)
For details of the CGA board, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options" (on
page 195).
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USB Connector 2 (fi-6770A only)
A connector for a USB interface cable.
Consumables
SCSI Connector 2 (fi-6770A only)
A connector for a SCSI interface cable.
fi-6750S
USB Connector 1 (Common)
A connector for a USB interface cable.
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Brake Roller (x1)
(consumable)
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Pick Arm (x1)
Brake Roller Holder (x1)
Ultrasonic Sensor (x2)
(for multifeed detection)
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Glass (x2)
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(usually covered with a hood)
Pick Roller Cover (x1)
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The Operator Panel Consists of a Function Number Display, operating push buttons, and LEDs.
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Two Operator Panels are mounted on the scanner; one each
on each side. You can use whichever is convenient for you.
They can be folded back in place when not used.
Check LED
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Lights in orange when an error occurs.
Function Number Display
Indicates the function number and the scanner status.
Function
Scan / Stop
[Function] Button
Power
Switches the Function activated by the [Send to] button.
Check
Send to
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[Power] Button / Power LED
Turns the scanner ON and OFF.
Lights in green when the scanner is turned ON.
LED
When the Operator Panel
is folded back in place
The scanner status can be checked while the Operator Panel is
folded back in place.
Lights in green when the scanner is turned ON.
Lights in orange when en error occurs.
For details of how to scan documents using the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button, refer to the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner
Driver Help included in the SETUP DVD-ROM, and the section
"Using the Scanner Buttons to Start A Scan Quickly" (on page
106).
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[Scan/Stop] Button
Launches linked application software for scanning, etc.
Resets the error indication. Cancels ongoing scanning.
[Send to] Button
Launches linked application software for scanning, etc.
Resets the error indication.
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Check LED
Check
Lights (in orange) when an error occurs.
Function Number Display
Indicates the function number and the scanner status.
Function
Scan / Stop
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[Function] Button
Switches the Function activated by the [Send to] button.
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Launches linked application software for scanning.
Resets an error indication.
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[Scan/Stop] Button
Power
Launches linked application software for scanning.
Resets an error indication. Cancels ongoing scanning.
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Turns the scanner ON and OFF.
Lights (in green) when the scanner is turned ON.
For details of how to scan documents using the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button, refer to the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner
Driver Help included in the SETUP DVD-ROM, and the section
"Using the Scanner Buttons to Start A Scan Quickly" (on page
106).
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Indications on the Function Number Display
Indication
Explanation
8
Blinks only one time upon turning on the scanner.
P
Indicates that the scanner has been turned ON and is
being initialized.
1
Indicates that initialization has ended successfully. This
status is called "Ready Status" in which you can perform a
scan.
J
U
Indicates that a recoverable error occurred during scanning.
"J" or "U" and an "error number" are displayed alternately.
For error details, refer to "Temporary Errors" (on page
133).
After the error has been resolved, you can return to the
Ready Status (see "1" above) by pressing the [Stan/Stop]
or [Send to] button.
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F
C
H
A
L
Indicates that an abnormality (device error) occurred in the
scanner during its initialization or during scanning documents.
"E", "F", "C", "H", "A", or "L" and an "error number" are displayed alternately.
For details of the errors, refer to "Device Errors" (on page
134).
If this error occurs, turn the Main Power Switch OFF and
then ON again. If the error persists after this, contact the
store where you purchased the scanner or an authorized
FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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1.4 Turning the Scanner ON and OFF
Introduction
This section describes how to turn the scanner ON and OFF.
Note that, while the scanner is being initialized, the Function Number
Display changes as follows: "8" D "P" D "1", where "1" means the
scanner is in the Ready Status.
Turning the Scanner ON
Use the Main Power Switch to turn the power ON if the
Operator Panel power switch has been disabled.
For details, refer to "9.7 Settings Related to Power ON/
OFF Control" (on page 188).
The following shows the procedure for turning the scanner
ON.
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For a SCSI cable connection, be sure to turn on your computer
AFTER turning on the scanner, and making sure number "1"
indicates on the Function Number Display.
Press the "I" side of the Main Power Switch.
Turning the Scanner OFF
The following shows the procedure for turning the scanner
OFF.
1
2
Press the [Power] button on the Operator Panel.
Flatbed type
Press the [Power] button on the Operator Panel for more
than 2 seconds.
⇒ The power is turned off and the Power LED goes off.
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Check
Function
[Power] Button
Send to
Scan / Stop
ADF type
Function
Scan / Stop
Power
• If you will not use the scanner for a long time, press
the "O" side of the Main Power Switch to turn the
power OFF. Then, unplug the scanner from the power
outlet.
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Power
Check
Send to
⇒ The scanner is turned on, and the Power LED lights in green.
• Use the Main Power Switch to turn the power OFF if
the Operator Panel power switch has been disabled.
For details, refer to "9.7 Settings Related to Power ON/
OFF Control" (on page 188).
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1.5 Power Save Mode
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The Power Save mode is a state in which the powered
scanner is kept in a low-powered state if it has not been
operated for a certain period of time.
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
Number Display on the Operator Panel goes out, but the
Power LED stays lit in green.
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Returning from Power Save Mode
To return from Power Save mode, perform one of the following:
• Load some sheet of paper on the ADF Paper Chute.
• Hit any button on the Operator Panel. Do not press down the
[Power] button for more than 2 seconds. This will turn off the
scanner.
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• Execute a command from the scanner driver.
You can change the time interval for switching to Power Save
mode by using the Software Operation Panel.
For details, refer to "Setting the Wait Time in Power Saving
Mode [Power saving]" (on page 187).
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1.6 Basic Flows of Scanning Documents
This section describes how to scan documents using the
scanner.
To scan documents with the scanner, a scanner driver and an
application supported by the driver are prerequisites.
Your scanner is accompanied with two drivers; a TWAINcompliant driver called FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver,
and an ISIS-compliant driver called FUJITSU ISIS Scanner
Driver; plus an application named ScandAll PRO, which
supports both the drivers.
• For details about the scanner drivers, refer to the following:
- "Chapter 4 Scan Parameters" (on page 63)
- FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help
- FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Help
• For details of ScandAll PRO, refer to the following:
- "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51)
- ScandAll PRO Help
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Load a target document on the scanner.
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For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
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Launch an application you want to use for scanning.
The following steps show example windows when ScandAll PRO is
selected.
When ScandAll PRO is launched:
The flow of scanning documents depends on the interface with
which the scanner is connected to your computer. The following provides the two types of scanning flows:
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Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1
1
Scan Parameters
Turn the scanner ON.
For how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.4 Turning the Scanner ON
and OFF" (on page 31).
!
• For a SCSI cable connection, be sure to turn on your
computer AFTER turning on the scanner, and making
sure number "1" indicates on the Function Number
Display.
• Turn off the scanner and your computer first when you
switch the interface cable.
For how to launch ScandAll PRO, refer to "3.2 Launching ScandAll
PRO" (on page 53).
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4
Select a scanner driver to use.
5
Select a scanner to use.
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6
In the application, invoke a scanner driver.
7
In the scanner driver's setting dialog box, configure scan
parameters.
8
Perform a scan.
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For how to scan using ScandAll PRO, refer to "3.7 Scanning with
[Scan]" (on page 58) and "3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]" (on page
61).
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Save the scanned document images to a file.
The procedures and operation slightly may differ depending on the application you use.
For how to scan documents using ScandAll PRO, refer to
"Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
If you want to use other applications for scanning, refer to
the respective manuals that come with the applications.
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Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2
1
3
The following steps show example windows when VCDemo is
selected.
Turn the scanner ON.
When VCDemo is launched:
For how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.4 Turning the Scanner ON
and OFF" (on page 31).
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Overview
• For a SCSI cable connection, be sure to turn on your
computer AFTER turning on the scanner, and making
sure number "1" indicates on the Function Number
Display.
• Turn off the scanner and your computer first when you
switch the interface cable.
Load a target document on the scanner.
Launch an application you want to use for scanning.
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For how to launch VCDemo, refer to the the “VirtualReScan (VRS)
User's Guide" (VRS User Guide.pdf) in the folder under the path of
\VRS\HVRS\Documents in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
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Select a scanner to use.
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For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
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5
In the application, invoke a scanner driver.
7
Perform a scan.
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For how to scan documents using VCDemo, refer to the VirtualReScan (VRS) User’s Guide" (VRS User Guide.pdf) in the folder under
the path of \VRS\HVRS\Documents in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
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Save the scanned document images to a file.
Scan Parameters
The procedures and operation slightly may differ depending on the application you use.
If you want to use other applications for scanning, refer to
the respective manuals that come with the applications.
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Consumables
In the Scanner Properties dialog box, configure scan
parameters.
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Introduction
Scanner
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This chapter describes how to load documents on the scanner.
2.1 Loading Documents on the ADF ............................................39
2.2 ADF-Loaded Documents ........................................................42
2.3 Changing the ADF Position (Flatbed Type Only) ....................48
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2.4 Loading Documents on the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only) .......50
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2.1 Loading Documents on the ADF
Introduction
This section describes how to load documents on the ADF.
2 Firmly holding the document with both hands, bend it back so that
the bent section rises up in the middle of the document as follows.
• Refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded Documents" (on page 42) for
information about the required document sizes and paper
quality for ensuring correct operation when scanning
documents from the ADF.
• Refer to "2.3 Changing the ADF Position (Flatbed Type
Only)" (on page 48) for how to change the ADF position
(Flatbed type only).
1
3 Repeat Steps 1 to 2 twice or three times.
4 Turn the document stack by 90 degree, and then fan it in the different orientation again.
5 Align the edge of the document.
Align the edge of your document.
1 Confirm that all the document sheets have the same width.
For details of how to fan documents, refer to the Error
Recovery Guide.
You can find the Error Recovery Guide in the SETUP
DVD-ROM. For how to install the Error Recovery Guide,
refer to "Chapter 4 Installing the Scanner Software" in the
Getting Started.
2 Check the number of sheets in the document stack.
The following is a guideline for the limits on loadable sheets:
• A4/Letter-size paper or smaller that makes a document stack
of 20 mm (0.79 in.) or less (200 sheets with paper weight of
80 g/m2 (21 lb))
• A4/Letter-size paper or larger that makes a document stack
of 10 mm (0.39 in.) or less (100 sheets with paper weight of
80 g/m2 (21 lb))
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Load the document on the ADF Paper Chute.
Load it face down on the ADF Paper Chute.
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For details, refer to "Maximum Document Loading Capacity" (on
page 44).
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To avoid sticky edges, fan the document as follows:
1 Hold both ends of the document, and bend the document stack
into an arch.
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For how to load documents with tabs or non-rectangular documents,
refer to "Loading Documents with Tabs or Non-Rectangular
Documents" (on page 45).
According to the length of your document, slide the Paper
Chute Extension out from the ADF Paper Chute up to the
position where the document can be fully supported.
!
When scanning plastic cards, take a special care for the
following:
• Place one card at a time on the ADF Paper Chute.
• It is recommended that the front side of the card be
placed face down in the ADF.
• Place the card in the following orientation (portrait).
Place face down.
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• Cards to be scanned should satisfy:
ISO7810 type ID-1 type compliant card
Size : 86 mm (height) x 54 mm (width)
(3.39 in. x 2.13 in.)
Thickness : 0.76 ± 0.08 mm (0.030 ± 0.003 in.)
Material : Poly vinyl chloride (PVC) or Polyvinyl
chloride acetate (PVCA)
Before scanning your card, test with a dummy card of
the same material to see if it can be fed into the ADF
properly.
• Embossed cards cannot be scanned.
• Cards that are excessively rigid or stiff may not feed
smoothly.
• Clean off greasy finger prints if any from the surface of
your card before scanning.
• Cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is
installed.
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Adjust the Side Guides to the width of the document.
Adjust the height of the Stacker according to the paper
type of the document.
Select the lower position for ordinary use.
When scanning a thin or curled document, select the
upper position.
Slide the Side Guides so that they will touch both sides of the
document tightly.
Any gap between the Side Guides and the document edges may
make the scanned images skewed.
Lower position (Normal paper)
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Upper position (Thin paper)
• Remove paper clips or staples from the document. If a
multifeed or mis-picking occurs, reduce the number of
the document in the ADF Paper Chute.
• When loading a small document, be careful not to
touch the hood for the Chute Roller during scanning.
Doing so may let the hood open, which may catch your
finger.
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Pull out the Stacker Extension to the length of the
document, and then raise the Stopper to stop the
document.
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The number of document sheets loadable on the ADF
decreases when the upper position is selected (about 100
sheets if the paper weight is 80 g/m2 (21 lb)).
Start up the application supported by the scanner to scan
the document.
For how to scan documents using ScandAll PRO, refer to "Chapter 3
How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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2.2 ADF-Loaded Documents
Introduction
Sizes
Paper Quality
The following shows the sizes of documents scannable with
the ADF.
A
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Paper Types
The following types of paper are recommended as the
scannable documents:
• Woodfree paper
• Wood containing paper
Feeding direction
B
A : 53 mm (2.09 in.) to 297 mm (11.69 in.)
B : 74 mm (2.91 in.) to 431 mm (16.97 in.) (*1)
*1: Up to 3 m (118.11 inches) of documents can be scanned when
"Long page" is selected in [Scan Type].
For documents of paper types other than the above, check if
they can be scanned; test with a few dummy sheets of the
same paper type before scanning the actual document.
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Paper Thicknesses
Scan Parameters
Paper thickness is expressed by "paper weight." The paper
thicknesses allowable for scanning on this scanner are as
follows:
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• A4/Letter size or smaller : 31 g/m2 to 209 g/m2
(8.3 lb to 56.1lb )
• Size larger than A4/Letter : 52
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g/m2
to 209
g/m2
(14.0 lb to 56.1 lb)
• A8 size : 127 g/m2 to 209 g/m2 (34 lb to 56.1 lb)
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Precautions
• When scanning a semi-transparent document, slide the
[Brightness] bar to light to avoid bleed through.
• To prevent the rollers from becoming dirty, avoid scanning
documents containing large areas written or filled with
pencil.
• 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:
The following types of documents may not be scanned
successfully:
• Documents of non-uniform thickness (e.g., envelopes and
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
photo-attached documents)
Wrinkled or curled documents
Folded or torn documents
Tracing paper
Coated paper
Carbon paper
Photosensitive paper
Perforated documents
Documents that are not square or rectangular
Very thin documents
Photographs (Photographic paper)
More than 30 mm
(1.18 in.)
Feeding direction
Less than
3 mm
(0.12 in.)
Top of the paper
Read surface
More than 30 mm
(1.18 in.)
Feeding direction
• Documents on which the ink is still wet
• Documents smaller than A8 size
• Documents wider than A3 size (297 mm or 11.69 in.)
• Documents other than paper such as fabric, metal foil, or
transparencies
• Important documents such as certificates and cash vouchers that must not get scratched or become smeared
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Read surface
You must not scan the following types of documents:
• Paper-clipped or stapled documents
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Less than
5 mm
(0.20 in.)
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• Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may
harm the Brake Rollers or paper-feeding rollers (e.g. Pick
Rollers) when documents are fed. Pay attention to the
following:
Cleaning :
If document jams occur frequently, clean the Brake Rollers
and the Pick Rollers. For how to clean the Brake and Pick
Rollers, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (on page 114).
Replacing parts :
The service life of the Brake Rollers and the Pick Rollers for
scanning "carbonless paper" may be shorter than that for
scanning "wood containing paper."
• The service life of the Brake Rollers and the Pick Rollers for
scanning "wood containing paper" may become shorter
than that for scanning "woodfree paper."
• The Brake Rollers or Pick Rollers could be damaged if any
photos or sticky notes on your document have contact with
the Brake Rollers or Pick Rollers during scanning.
• Scanning documents of calendered paper, such as photos,
may damage their surface.
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Maximum Document Loading Capacity
Area Not to be Perforated
The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded on the
ADF Paper Chute is determined by the size and thickness of
document. See the following graph:
When using the ADF, a document error might occur if there
are punched hole(s) in the blue-shaded area as in the following figure. When using the flatbed-type scanner, you should
scan such a document through its flatbed.
200
A4/Letter
or smaller
136
Paper size
larger than
A4/Letter
102
100
80
100
68
50
0
80
120
51
40
160
200
Paper weight (g/m 2 )
Paper thickness (Unit)
11.5 11.5
Top of paper
Conversion
g/m2 (paper
weight)
31
40
52
64
75
80
90
104
127
203
209
lb
8.3
11
14
17
20
21
24
28
34
54
56.1
kg
26.7
35
45
55
64.5
69
77.5
90
110
174
180
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150
Reading
reference
position
Feeding direction
Capacity of
ADF Paper Chute
(sheets)
200
Introduction
• The paper weight available for a size larger than A4/Letter
ranges from 52 g/m2 to 209 g/m2 (14.0 lb to 56.1 lb).
• The paper weight for A8 size ranges from 127 g/m2 to 209
g/m2 (34 lb to 56.1 lb).
11
11
Center of document
(Unit : mm)
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Loading Documents with Tabs or Non-Rectangular Documents
To scan a document with a tab attached at its bottom or a nonrectangular document, place it on the scanner so that its tab or
clipped section will be fed last through the ADF.
Good Example:
Multifeed Detection Conditions
A multifeed refers to an error that occurs when more than one
sheet of paper is fed into the ADF at the same time.
There are three modes to detect multifeeds: document
overlapping, document length, and both document overlapping and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in
each of these detection modes.
Detection By Document Overlapping
Feeding
direction
• Load sheets of the same thickness on the ADF at a time.
• Document paper weight: of 31
Ex: Tab
Ex: Non-rectangler document
Bad Example:
Easy-to-tear section
g/m2
g/m2
to 209
(8.3 lb to
56.1 lb) (0.04 mm to 0.26 mm or 0.002 in. to 0.010 in.)
• Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.38 in.) of the
vertical center line of document.
• Do not glue separate paper within 35 mm (1.38 in.) of the
vertical center line of document.
Detection By Document Length
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• Load sheets of the same length on the ADF at a time.
• Document length deviation: 1% or less
Feeding
direction
• Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.38 in.) of the
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vertical center line of document.
Detection By Document Overlapping and Length
Consumables
• Load sheets of the same thickness and same length on the
Ex: Tab
!
Ex: Non-rectangler document
• If scanning a document as in the bad example above, the
indicated section may be caught during feeding. This might
cause a paper jam or make the document torn.
• If the non-rectangular section or tab of the document (see
the figures above) is off the paths of the two Feed Rollers
inside, it will not be fed properly. As a result, this part will
remain in the ADF, and make the scanned image elongated
accordingly.
ADF at a time.
• Document thickness: 31 g/m2 to 209 g/m2 (8.3 lb to 56.1 lb)
(0.04 mm to 0.26 mm or 0.002 in. to 0.010 in.)
• Document length deviation: 1% or less
• Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.38 in.) of the
vertical center line of document.
• Do not glue separate paper within 35 mm (1.38 in.) of the
vertical center line of document.
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Feeding direction
Reading
reference
position
Limiting the Background Color Area
35
Top of paper
The area from the leading edge to 3 mm (0.12 in.) down in the
scanning area must be in white color (as the document
background color).
If [White Level Follower] is enabled, the following blue-shaded
area must be either in a color that is the same as the
document background color, or in the color to be dropped out.
If your document contains any text, frame, or signature in this
area, disable [White Level Follower].
Front side
Reading
reference
position
Background color (white)
or to-be dropped-out
color area
Bottom of paper
!
(Unit : mm)
Multifeed detection by document overlapping will often misdetect very thick paper or media such as plastic cards.
When scanning documents like this, disable Multifeed Detection.
Feeding direction
Center of document
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Some document types and/or some document conditions may
cause the multifeed detection rate to drop.
Multifeed Detection is not available in the area about 30 mm
(1.18 in.) from the leading edge of document.
Consumables
(Unit : mm)
For details about [White Level Follower], refer to the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help.
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Job Separation Sheet
The following shows the typical format of the job separation
sheet.
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Center of document
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(Unit : mm)
The document width must be A4/Letter (210 mm or 8.27 in. )
or wider.
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2.3 Changing the ADF Position (Flatbed Type Only)
This section describes how to change the ADF position.
1
3
Raise the Stacker.
Introduction
Remove the ADF Lock Screws, and fix them to the Lock
Screw Storage Holes.
ADF Lock Screw
Lock Screw Storage Hole
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Scan Parameters
Holding the handle, lift up the Document Cover.
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4
Make sure that the ADF Lock Screws have been inserted
into the Lock Screw Storage Holes.
Gently close the Document Cover.
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Change the position of the ADF.
Slide the ADF until it clicks into place. Make sure that the ADF is
firmly locked to the installation position.
The three adjustable positions of the ADF are:
• Traditional (Traditional style set by default)
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• Standard (Space-saving type and for right-handed operators)
Slide the ADF to the center of the scanner.
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• Reversed (Space-saving type and for left-handed operators)
Slide the ADF to the center of the scanner, and then rotate it
counterclockwise by 180 degree.
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CAUTION
6
Let the Stacker down.
• Be careful not to get your fingers
pinched while sliding the ADF.
• Do not rotate the ADF by more than
180 degree. Doing so may damage
the ADF.
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2.4 Loading Documents on the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only)
This section describes how to load documents on the flatbed.
The flatbed allows for easy scanning of thick documents such
as books or irregularly-shaped documents.
1
Holding the handle, lift up the Document Cover.
4
Introduction
Start up an application which supports the scanner, and
scan the document.
For how to scan documents using ScandAll PRO, refer to "Chapter 3
How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
The Document Cover with a black document holding pad
is optionally available.
This type is convenient for scanning documents in black
background when loading them on the flatbed.
This option allows you to correct skewed document
images when scanned with the flatbed and to recognize
the size of document output at its original size.
Name: Black Document Pad
Parts No.: PA03338-D960
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Make sure that no document is left on the ADF Paper
Chute or on the Stacker.
Place a target document on the Document Bed face down
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Gently close the Document Cover.
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The following explains how to scan documents with the scanner using ScandAll PRO.
Here, Windows Vista screen samples are used to explain the operations. The screens and operations may differ slightly if
the OS that you are using is other than Windows Vista. Take note that, when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 or FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations herein may also be slightly different. In such case, refer to the
relevant manuals or materials, which are to be supplied when updating the driver.
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3.2 Launching ScandAll PRO .......................................................53
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3.4 Selecting a Scanner Model.....................................................55
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3.7 Scanning with [Scan] ..............................................................58
3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]....................................................61
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3.1 Overview of ScandAll PRO
Introduction
ScandAll PRO is software for scanning images, which
conforms with both the TWAIN and ISIS standards.
In ScandAll PRO, you can use the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 or
FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver, or VRS’s ISIS interface to read
scanned document data as images.
For details about the features of ScandAll PRO, refer to the
ScandAll PRO Help.
ScandAll PRO mainly features:
• Supports both the TWAIN and ISIS standards.
• Allows you to specify scan parameters, file format, and
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destination to save the file before scanning by batch
process.
Such settings details can be saved as profiles.
Allows for editing of scanned image data, such as rotation,
reversion, deskewing, sorting, page-insertion, and pagedeletion, etc.
Displays multiple files side-by-side, allowing you to browse
them at one time for comparison.
Outputs both color and binary (monochrome) images simultaneously by one-time scan.
Inputs and outputs files in bitmap, JPEG or TIFF format.
Directly outputs scanned images to PDF files or PDF/A files.
Creates searchable PDF files and high-compression PDF
files as well.
Saves scanned image data automatically to a specified FTP
server or Microsoft SharePoint Server when linked with that
server.
Sends scanned images as attached files when linked with
an e-mailer.
• Allows for batch scan operations with a Hot Key on the
Keyboard.
• Allows for batch scan operations with the [Scan/Stop] and
[Send to] buttons on the scanner by assigning events to
them.
• Divides a document and stores divided parts in several
folders separately using patch codes or barcodes.
• Recognizes text in the pre-specified zone in the scanned
image and outputs it to a file (Zone OCR function).
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Select the [start] menu D [All Programs] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO].
⇒ ScandAll PRO starts up.
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3.3 Selecting a Scanner Driver
ScandAll PRO comes with two scanner drivers; FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 and FUJITSU ISIS.
As both of them are supported by ScandAll PRO, you can use
either driver according to your preferences.
This section explains how to switch the scanner driver (TWAIN
or ISIS) to use in ScandAll PRO.
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On the [Scan] tab, under [Device Driver], select either of
the drivers.
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• In ScandAll PRO, "TWAIN" is selected by default.
• For functional details of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner
driver, refer to the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help.
• For functional details of the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver,
refer to the FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Help.
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Select the [Tool] menu D [Preferences].
⇒ The [Setup] dialog box appears.
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Click the [OK] button to close the [Setup] dialog box.
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Introduction
Selecting the scanner to use in ScandAll PRO is a must before
scanning the actual documents.
The following explains how to select the scanner.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver:
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Select the [Scan] menu D [Select Scanner].
⇒ The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears.
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Select a scanner you want to use, and click the [Select]
button.
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Select the scanner model name that you connected to your computer.
Note the indication of the scanner model name depends on the
scanner driver selected.
Scanner Model
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver:
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fi-6670/fi-6670A
FUJITSU fi-6670dj
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fi-6770/fi-6770A
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Introduction
The scan parameters are configured in the setting dialog box
of the scanner driver.
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FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver:
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Select the [Scan] menu D [Scan Settings].
⇒ The scanner driver's setting dialog box appears.
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When you have completed the settings, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ The scan parameters are configured.
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With ScandAll PRO, you can scan documents through your
scanner. The two following approaches are available:
Scanning with [Scan]
Each time you scan documents, you may need to configure
new settings as necessary, such as the file format, saving
destination, and scan parameters.
Use the [Scan] option when you want to scan documents on a
single-shot basis.
For details, refer to "3.7 Scanning with [Scan]" (on page 58).
Scanning with [Batch Scan]
You can create a "profile" that holds predetermined settings
such as the file format and saving destination, scan parameters, image processing properties, and the application to link
with. According to the profile selected, the scanner automatically scan documents.
You can create more than one profile beforehand, so you do
not have to configure new settings every time you scan
documents. You only need to switch between profiles.
The [Batch Scan] option is useful in a case where you want to
scan a large volume of documents under a particular condition.
For details, refer to "3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]" (on page
61).
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3.7 Scanning with [Scan]
Introduction
Each time you scan documents, you may need to configure
new settings as necessary, such as scan and saving parameters.
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Load a target document on the scanner.
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Select the [Scan] menu D [Scan Settings].
⇒ The [Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
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In the [Scan Settings] dialog box, configure various
settings such as for saving the scanned document
images.
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Click the [Scanner Setting] button.
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Configure the scan parameters.
For the configured parameters, refer to "Chapter 4 Scan Parameters"
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When you have completed the settings, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ You are returned to the [Scan Settings] dialog box.
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Click the [Scan] button.
⇒ The document is scanned with the scanner. The scanned image(s)
are displayed on the ScandAll PRO window, and then saved to a
file.
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When using the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver, clicking the [Scan] button may display the scanner driver's
setting dialog box. If so, you can also change the settings
in the dialog box displayed.
Click the [Scan] button to scan the document.
Click the [Close] button when you finish scanning.
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If you do not want to display the scanner driver’s setting
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batch scan process] checkbox in the [Scan Settings]
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• If you unmark the [Save to file] checkbox in the [Scan
Settings] dialog box, the scanned document image(s)
will no longer be saved to a file.
To save the image(s) to a file, select the [File] menu
D[Save As].
• To scan documents with the same settings afterwards,
select the [Scan] menu D [Scan].
• For more details about the features and operations of
ScandAll PRO, refer to the ScandAll PRO Help.
For information about other methods of scanning documents using
ScandAll PRO, refer to "Chapter 5 Various Documents" (on page 73).
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3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]
With Batch Scan, you can save various settings as profiles
beforehand and then scan documents by using such profiles.
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Do the following as necessary:
• To create a new profile:
Click the [Add] button.
⇒ A new profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
Creating and Editing Profiles
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Select the [Scan] menu D [Batch Scan Settings].
⇒ The [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
• To create a new profile based on an existing profile:
Select a profile you want to change settings for, and click the
[Copy] button.
⇒ The profile you selected from the profile list is displayed as a
new profile in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
• To change the settings of an existing profile:
Select a profile you want to change settings for, and click the [Edit]
button.
⇒ The selected profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
Profile list
• To delete an existing profile from the profile list:
Select a profile you want to delete, and then click the [Delete]
button.
⇒ The selected profile is deleted.
Explanation on the specified profile is listed here.
The profile showing "Template" at [Type] in the dialog box
is a default sample profile. It cannot be used for actual
scanning. Use this profile as the base of new profiles.
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In the [Profile Editor] dialog box, configure settings for
scanning and saving the scanned document images.
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Load a target document on the scanner.
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Select a profile from the [Select the Batch Profile] dropdown list on the toolbar.
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Click the [Start Batch Scan] button.
⇒ The document is scanned with the scanner. The scanned image(s)
are displayed on the ScandAll PRO window, and then saved to a
file.
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Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box.
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Added or copied profiles by using the [Add] or [Copy] button are
added to the profile list.
You can perform a scan by using the [Scan] menu or by
configuring settings on the [Batch Scan Settings] dialog
box as well. For more information, refer to the ScandAll
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Here, Windows Vista screen samples are used to explain the operations. The screens and operations may differ slightly if
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scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations herein may also be slightly different. In such case, refer to the
relevant manuals or materials, which are to be supplied when updating the driver.
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4.2 FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver ................................................67
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4.1 FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
Introduction
The FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver is a driver software
product that complies with the TWAIN standard. You can use
this driver to perform a scan using a TWAIN-supported
scanning application.
Usually, you first invoke a required scanner driver from the
scanning application and configure your scanning settings in
the scanner driver's setting dialog box. (Depending on the
application settings, this setting dialog box may not appear.)
How to invoke a scanner driver depends on the scanning
application you use.
For details, refer to the manual or help of the application you
use.
In the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver, you can configure
various scan settings in the dialog box above.
For the major scan parameters, see the description below.
For details, refer to the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
Help.
Resolution
Specify a resolution for scanning images.
You can select a value from the predefined standard resolutions in the drop-down list. If a desired value is not listed, you
can select [Custom] to specify the value (in increments of 1 dpi
from 50 to 600 dpi).
By marking the [Predefine] checkbox, you can select one of
three predefined settings, [Best], [Better], and [Normal], and
this allows you to scan documents simply and quickly.
You can also customize the values of [Best], [Better], and
[Normal] as desired in the window that appears when the [...]
button is clicked.
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Specify the side(s) of document to scan.
The specifiable scan types are as follows:
• ADF (Front Side)
• ADF (Duplex) (fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
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• ADF (Virtual Duplex) (fi-6750S only)
• Long page (Front Side)
• Long page (Duplex) (fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
• Flat Bed (flatbed type only)
• ADF (Back Side) (fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
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[Scan] Button
Select a desired paper size to scan, from the sizes shown in
the list.
You can save up to three paper sizes using the [...] button as
your customized settings.
Also, you can change the order of the listings displayed.
Clicking this button starts scanning documents with the
current settings.
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[Preview] Button
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Image Mode
Documents can be checked before the actual scanning.
You can test-scan documents with the current settings, and
display them in the preview window.
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You can specify the type of the output image of scanned
document.
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Mode
Black&White
Halftone
Grayscale
Description
Documents are scanned in binary (black & white)
mode.
Documents are scanned through halftone processing in binary (black & white) mode.
Documents are scanned in gradations from black to
white. In this mode, you can select either
[Grayscale] (256) or [4bit Grayscale] (4-bit or 16
grayscale).
SEE
(Selectable
Edge Enhancement)
Documents with line drawings and photographs are
scanned using halftone processing, and only the line
drawings and text are emphasized.
This mode is most suitable for emphasizing only text
of documents containing both photographs and text.
Color
Documents are scanned in color mode. In this
mode, you can select one out from [24Color] (24-bit
color), [256Color] (256 colors), and [8Color] (8
colors).
Clicking this button saves the current settings and closes the
dialog box.
[Reset] Button
This button is used to undo changes to the current settings.
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[Help] Button
Clicking this button opens the [FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner
Driver Help] window. You can also open the window by
pushing the [F1] key.
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[About] Button
Clicking this button views the information about the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver's version.
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[Option] Button
You can configure desired options in the dialog box below:
• [Startup] Tab
Select this tab when configuring settings on the scanner's Operator Panel.
• [Filter] Tab
Select this tab for setting the image processing filter(s).
Filter
Description
Digital Endorser
Adds a character string (alphanumeric
data) to scanned document images.
Page Edge Filler
Fills up the margins of scanned document
images with a selected color.
• [Compression] Tab
Select this tab for setting the compression rate of JPEG Transfer.
[Advance] Button
• [Rotation] Tab
Select this tab when configuring settings for the flip side rotation
on double-sided scanning, image rotation, document size and
skew detection, overscan, hole punch removal, and split image.
• [Job/Cache] Tab
Select this tab when setting the cache mode, multifeed detection,
pre-pick control, blank page skipping, etc.
• [Imprinter (Endorser)] Tab
Select this tab when specifying the text to print on scanned
documents using the optionally-available imprinter. This tab does
not appear unless the imprinter is installed.
• [Generic] Tab
Select this tab when specifying the unit of scaling/measurement in
the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
Select inches, millimeters (mm), or pixel.
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Click this button for setting up for advanced image processing.
You can specify Edge Extract, Gamma Pattern, Dropout Color,
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Click this button to configure setting files.
You can save the changes made in the [TWAIN Driver (32)]
dialog box, to a file under [Setting File]. From the next
scanning, a set of settings is quickly switched by using these
setting files.
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4.2 FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver
Introduction
The FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver is a driver software product
that complies with the ISIS standard. You can use this driver to
perform a scan using a ISIS-supported scanning application.
Usually, you first invoke a desired scanner driver from the
scanning application and configure your scanning settings in
the scanner driver's setting dialog box. (Depending on the
application settings, this setting dialog box may not appear.)
In the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver, you can configure various
scan settings in the dialog box above.
For the major scan parameters, see the description below.
For details, refer to the FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Help.
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application.
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use.
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Select this tab when specifying the side of document to scan,
color (color/grayscale/black&white), resolution, brightness,
and contrast.
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[Layout] Tab
[Scan Area] Window
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You can specify the scan area for the paper size specified for
[Paper Size].
Select this tab when specifying the page orientation of
document to scan, the binding direction for double-sided
scanning, paper feed direction, and paper size.
Clicking the [Scan Area] button displays the [Scan Area] dialog
box.
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[Image Processing] Tab
[Paper Handling] Tab
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Select this tab when selecting a common setting pattern for
scanning.
You can also configure settings for scanning documents with
non-white background, or those with punch holes.
Select this tab when configuring settings for pre-picking (i.e.,
feeding of loaded document at a scanning point beforehand),
and multifeed detection.
If using the Flatbed type, select a desired paper handling type
from among [Automatic], [ADF], and [Flatbed] under [Paper
Source].
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[Gamma] Tab
[Color Dropout] Tab
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Select this tab when selecting a gamma correction pattern.
You can customize detailed settings such as the gamma value
and brightness when scanning documents in color mode.
Select this tab when selecting color(s) to drop out when
scanning documents.
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[Blank Page Deletion] Tab
[Compression] Tab
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Select this tab when determining how to delete blank pages in
scanned documents.
When scanning a document in monochrome mode, you can
use the dot rate to process the blank page(s) for the white and
black backgrounds separately.
When scanning a document in grayscale/color mode, you can
use the sensitivity to process blank page(s) commonly for the
white and black backgrounds.
Select this tab when specifying a compression rate and an
image quality for images scanned in color or grayscale mode.
The sampling ratio used for compressing images is shown
here.
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[Imprinter] Tab
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Select this tab when configuring settings for printing text on
scanned documents using the imprinter option (to be
purchased separately). This tab is not displayed unless the
imprinter option is installed.
Select this tab when viewing the version of the FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver and information on the scanner connected to
your computer.
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This chapter describes how to scan documents in various ways, showing some examples using the FUJITSU TWAIN 32
scanner driver started from ScandAll PRO.
Here, Windows Vista screen samples are used to explain the operations. The screens and operations may differ slightly if
the OS that you are using is other than Windows Vista. Take note that, when the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 or FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver is updated, the screens and operations herein may also be slightly different. In such case, refer to the
relevant manuals or materials, which are to be supplied when updating the driver.
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5.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types or Sizes...................75
5.3 Advanced Scanning................................................................79
5.4 Setting Post-Scan Operations and Handling ..........................87
5.5 Customizing the Hardware Settings .....................................106
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5.1 Summary
Introduction
The following lists various ways of scanning and the major
applications of the scanner.
Scanning Documents of Different Types or Sizes
• Scanning Both Sides of A Document (fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-
6770/fi-6770A Only) (on page 75)
• Scanning A Large-Size Document or Book (Flatbed Type
Only) (on page 75)
• Scanning Documents of Different Widths (on page 76)
• Scanning A Document Longer Than A3 Size (on page 77)
• Dividing a Multipage Document Using Barcodes (on page
97)
• Horizontally Splitting a Scanned Image into Two (on page
100)
• Outputting in Multi-Image Mode (on page 101)
• Setting Auto Detection for Content Colors (Color/
Monochrome) (on page 103)
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• Using the Scanner Buttons to Start A Scan Quickly (on page
Advanced Scanning
• Excluding Color(s) from Images (Dropout Color) (on page
•
•
•
•
79)
Skipping Blank Pages (on page 81)
Removing Punch Holes from A Scanned Image (on page
82)
Scanning A Document from the ADF in Manual Loading
Mode (on page 84)
Duplex Scanning Using the ADF Virtual Duplex Function (fi6750S Only) (on page 85)
Configuring Post-Scan Operations and Handling
• Automatically Correcting Skewed Document Images (on
page 87)
• Setting Auto Correction for Document Page Orientations (on
page 89)
• Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format (on page 90)
• Dividing Multipage Documents Using Patch Codes (on page
95)
106)
• Detecting Multifeeds (on page 108)
• Bypassing Multifeed Detection for a Fixed Format (on page
110)
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
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5.2 Scanning Documents of Different Types or Sizes
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Scanning Both Sides of A Document
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A Only)
Scanning A Large-Size Document or Book
(Flatbed Type Only)
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Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
Holding the handle, lift up the Document Cover.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
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Documents
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
3
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Overview
Scan Parameters
Select [ADF (Duplex)] under [Scan Type].
2
Place a target document page on the Document Bed face
down and the top left corner aligned to the reference
point.
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4
Specify a desired paper size from [Paper Size], etc.
5
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ The changes made are applied.
6
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
Troubleshooting
3
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Settings
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Select [Flat Bed] under [Scan Type].
Scanning Documents of Different Widths
When you scan documents of different widths, scan them,
following the procedure below.
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1
When you scan documents of different widths at one time from
the ADF, some documents that are small in paper size may be
skewed or may not be fed into the scanner. It is recommended
that only documents of the same width be scanned at one time.
To prevent images from being skewed, select [Automatic
Page Size Detection] from the [Automatic Size and Skew
Detection] drop-down list.
For how to configure the settings, refer to "Automatically Correcting
Skewed Document Images" (on page 87).
5
Specify a desired paper size from [Paper Size], etc.
6
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ The changes made are applied.
7
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
2
Center all the document sheets as shown in the figure
below.
!
Never look into the light source directly during
scanning.
• Do not move the document during scanning.
• For a document of up to A3 or Double Letter size, be
sure to close the Document Cover before scanning.
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Overview
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Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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!
Inside the opening of the ADF is a Pick Roller, which picks
and feeds documents into the ADF. Therefore, off-center
documents, if out of contact with the Pick Roller, cannot
be fed into the scanner.
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Settings
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3
Place the whole document on the ADF Paper Chute, and
then adjust the Side Guides so that they lightly touch the
widest sheets of the document.
CAUTION
4
Scanning A Document Longer Than A3 Size
1
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
When loading a small-size document on the
ADF Paper Chute, be careful not to touch the
hood for the Chute Roller. Touching the hood
during scanning opens it, and may catch your
finger in.
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
!
2
When scanning a document longer than A3 size, pull out
the Paper Chute Extension and the Stacker Extension to
their maximum. Here, do not raise the Stoppers.
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
3
Select [Long page (Front Side)] or [Long page (Duplex)]
from [Scan Type].
Select [Long page (Front Side)] for single-sided scanning; [Long page
(Duplex)] for double-sided scanning.
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Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Troubleshooting
⇒ The [Long Page Paper Size Setting] dialog box appears.
The [Long Page Paper Size Setting] dialog box appears
for the fi-6670, fi-6670A, fi-6770, or fi-6770A only.
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4
Specify the document length, and then click the [OK]
button.
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Click the [OK] button.
⇒ The changes made are applied.
6
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
!
• The setting above is not available if any one or both of
the following options is enabled:
- Multi Image Output (FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner
driver)
- Auto Color Detection (ScandAll PRO)
• If you want to scan a document that is longer than
864 mm (34.02 inches), specify a resolution of 200 dpi
or lower.
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
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5.3 Advanced Scanning
Excluding Color(s) from Images (Dropout Color)
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Overview
You can select a color from primary colors (red, green, and
blue) to remove (drop out) from a scanned document image.
For example, when you scan a document containing black text
with green background, you can output an image of only black
text.
⇒ The [Advance] dialog box appears.
4
ABC
Introduction
Click the [Advance] button.
Select a color you want to remove, from the [Dropout
Color] drop-down list under [More].
ABC
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Note the dropout color can be specified only in binary (black &
white) or grayscale mode.
Consumables
Load a target document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
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Scan Parameters
Example: When "green" is selected to be dropped out
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If you want no color to be dropped out, select [None].
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
To drop out a desired color, select [Custom], [Custom 2], or [Custom
3].
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
If you select one of them, the [Select Dropout Color] dialog box will
appear. Here, you can specify up to three colors to be dropped out.
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[Red]/[Green]/[Blue] fields
Under [Dropout Color], the specified color’s values and the sample color image are displayed.
You can change the color values by directly typing in or by using
the [ ] and/or [ ] buttons.
-
Sample color
The color specified to be dropped out is shown here.
• [Priority Black] checkbox
Select this checkbox not to drop out text.
This option prevents low-intensity colors such as black, which are
generally used as text, from being dropped out.
• Sensitivity
For the color you selected, specify the allowable range of colors to
be dropped out.
Specifiable range: 15 to 180 degrees
The larger the numeric value, the wider the color dropout range is.
• [File] button
You can display a desired image file (in the format of *.bmp) in the
[Original image] area and select, from here, the color to be
dropped out.
• [Apply] button
Applies the changes made and closes the dialog box.
• Original image
Color samples are displayed. Select a color to be dropped out.
5
• [Color 1], [Color 2], and [Color 3] tabs
Specify color(s) to be dropped out. Up to three colors can be
specified at the same time.
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
6
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ The changes made are saved.
[Dropout] checkbox
Select this checkbox on both the [Color 2] and [Color 3] tabs to
make this option effective when specifying two or more colors to
be dropped out.
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Overview
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How to Use
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Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
• [Cancel] button
Cancels the changes made and closes the dialog box.
• Dropout Image
The dropped out image is displayed.
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Consumables
Troubleshooting
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
Operational
Settings
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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Skipping Blank Pages
4
Select the [Job/Cache] tab, and then select the [Blank
Page Skip] checkbox.
Blank pages (white or black paper) included in your document
are detected and removed automatically before scanning. For
example, when scanning both double-sided and single-sided
documents together in duplex mode, you can obtain the
scanned document images with blank pages removed from
the single-sided document scanned.
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Scanner
Overview
Loading
Documents
Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
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How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
Scan Parameters
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Click the [Option] button.
If this checkbox is marked, the cache mode is automatically switched
to [Use Both Memory].
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
5
With the slider control under [Blank Page Skip], specify
the Blank Page Skip degrees.
Daily Care
Consumables
• In Binary/Halftone mode
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
The value displayed to the right of the slider bar shows a noise
(dots) ratio(*1). If a scanned page includes dots less than this
value, the page is recognized as a blank page.
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You can select OFF(- -) or a value from 0.2% to 3.0% (in increments of 0.2%).
Removing Punch Holes from A Scanned Image
*1: Ratio of black dots included in the scanned area (for white
pages)
You can remove or obscure punch holes (black dots) from the
output image of a scanned punched document.
• In Color/Grayscale mode
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
7
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
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Loading
Documents
Use the slider bar to specify a level from among five levels (1 to 5).
The larger the number, the higher the accuracy.
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Original
!
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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Created image
Punch hole marks are not removed when:
• They are not aligned along with the document edge.
• They vary in size or appear at various intervals.
• The scanned document is not rectangular.
• The scanned document is in dark-colored background.
• Characters or figures exist at the edge of the document, or
they overlap with the hole marks.
• The document of a size larger than the specified page size
is scanned with [Automatic Page Size Detection] enabled.
• The size of the scanned document is not as specified in
[Paper Size] while [Black Background] is selected.
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Various
Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Load a target document on the scanner.
Fow how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
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How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the TWAIN Driver (32) dialog box, refer to "Chapter 3
How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Settings
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3
Click the [Option] button.
5
Select [Fill with white] or [Background color] under [Hole
punch removal].
When scanning a color document, select [Background color]. If you
select [Fill with white], the punch holes will look as if they are filled
with white squares.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
4
Click the [Rotation] tab, and then select [Automatic Page
Size Detection] or [Black Background] under [Automatic
Size and Skew Detection].
If you select a setting other than [Automatic Page Size Detection] or
[Black Background], the Hole Punch Removal function will not be
available.
6
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
7
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
8
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
Depending on the documents to scan, the characters and/
or graphics on them may be mistakenly detected as
punch holes and filled with a color, or the punch holes
may not be filled with a color at all. If these happen, select
[Automatic Page Size Detection] and specify "3" for [Priority] to improve the accuracy of hole punch removal.
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Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Troubleshooting
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Scanning A Document from the ADF in Manual
Loading Mode
"Manual loading" refers to a user’s action to place documents
sheet by sheet on the ADF for scanning.
Usually, the scanner stops scanning once it senses no sheet
loaded in the ADF. In this manual loading mode, if the scanner
judges no sheet loaded in the ADF, it waits for the next sheet
to come within a predetermined time interval. If the next sheet
is loaded in time, the scanner scans it and waits for the next
sheet. If no further sheet is found in time, the scanner stops
the scanning.
With this option, you can confirm contents of multiple sheets of
your document sheet by sheet before scanning them.
This manual loading is effective when:
• Scanning a document while confirming its contents
• Batch-scanning a document set, which may cause multifeed
or paper jam
• Continuously scanning a document set of various shapes or
sizes, like clippings of magazines or new papers, that cannot
be loaded at once
3
Start up ScandAll PRO to perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
⇒ After the current sheet has been scanned, the scanner waits for
the next sheet to load by keeping the rollers on the ADF rotating
for the timeout time specified in the Software Operation Panel.
4
5
Load the next sheet on the ADF Paper Chute.
⇒ The loaded sheet is scanned with the same settings configured.
Repeat Step 4 until no remaining sheet is left.
⇒ The scanner terminates the scanning if no paper is loaded on the
ADF within the timeout time specified in the Software Operation
Panel.
• Pressing the [Send to] button while the scanner is
waiting for the next sheet immediately terminates the
scanning.
• Once the Manual-feed timeout option is enabled, the
scanner waits until a sheet to load within a specified
timeout time even if you start a scan with no
document loaded on the ADF Paper Chute.
• You may have to replace the consumables more
frequently if you often scan documents in this manual
loading mode.
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The procedure is as follows:
1
Configure settings in the Software Operation Panel to
enable manual loading.
For details of the settings, refer to "Timeout for Manual Feeding
[Manual-feed timeout]" (on page 186).
2
Load the first sheet of a target document on the ADF
Paper Chute.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
Consumables
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Settings
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Duplex Scanning Using the ADF Virtual Duplex
Function (fi-6750S Only)
The ADF (Virtual Duplex) option allows you to scan front-side
pages of document first, and then scan back-side pages in
succession, and automatically sorts these scanned pages in a
correct order.
This option virtually realizes double-sided scanning on the
ADF-type simplex scanner model (fi-6750S).
ABC
4
3
Front side
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DEF
6
6
ABC
5
4
2
Back side
3
2
1
When using a scanner driver
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, select [ADF (Virtual Duplex)]
from [Scan Type].
Load a target document face down on the ADF Paper
Chute.
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
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Introduction
Scanner
Overview
JKL
5
1
Display the profile to be used for scanning in the [Profile Editor] dialog
box. On the [Scan] tab, select [ADF (Virtual Duplex)] from [Scan
Type].
JKL
Sort (Auto)
JKL
JKL
DEF
When selecting the "Batch Scan" option
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In ScandAll PRO, specify Duplex Scan mode.
Consumables
When selecting the "Scan" option
Select the [Perform ADF virtual duplex scanning] checkbox in the
[Scan Settings] dialog box.
Troubleshooting
In the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver, you cannot configure
settings for ADF virtual duplex scanning. When using this
driver, go to the [Scan Settings] dialog box or use the
Batch Scan option.
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Settings
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3
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
⇒ When the scanning is complete, a message appears to prompt
you to load your document face up.
4
Load the document face up on the ADF Paper Chute.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
!
5
When scanning the back side pages, carefully load the
document so that:
• the back-side pages will be scanned in the same order
as the front-side pages.
• the front-side pages will not be scanned up-side-down.
In response to the message shown, click the [Yes] button.
⇒ The back-side pages of the document are scanned.
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When the scanning is complete, the scanned document
images are sorted automatically.
!
• The ADF Virtual Duplex option is not available once
you have selected any of the following. To use the
option, clear the selected item(s) in ScandAll PRO
and/or in the scanner driver.
- the [Output color and monochrome simultaneously]
and [Automatic Color-Monochrome Detection]
checkboxes on the [File format and Name scheme]
tab of the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
- any of the checkboxes under [Job Separator Sheet
Handling] on the [Document separator] tab of the
[Profile Editor] dialog box.
- the [Multi Image Output] checkbox in the [Multi
Image] dialog box, which is opened by clicking the
[Enable Multi Image] checkbox in the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner
driver.
- the [Split Image] and [Blank Page Skip] checkboxes
in the [Option] dialog box, which is opened by clicking the [Option] button in the [TWAIN Driver (32)]
dialog box of the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner
driver.
- the [On] checkbox under [Blank Page Deletion] on
the [Blank Page Deletion] tab of the FUJITSU ISIS
scanner driver.
• The scanned images are not sorted if the page count
on the front pages differs from that on the back sides.
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5.4 Setting Post-Scan Operations and Handling
Automatically Correcting Skewed Document
Images
You can direct the scanner to sense and automatically correct
your document skew if it is fed askew into the ADF.
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Select the [Rotation] tab, and then select [Automatic
Deskew] or [Automatic Page Size Detection] under
[Automatic Size and Skew detection].
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Overview
Loading
Documents
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ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
Originals
1
Output images
Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
2
3
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
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Documents
Daily Care
Fow how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
Consumables
Click the [Option] button.
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Operational
Settings
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
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• When [Automatic Deskew] is selected, the paper size
of documents is not automatically detected.
• With the [Priority] slider control, you can change the
accuracy of Automatic Page Size Detection.
- To give a priority to the scan speed before scanning
documents, specify a smaller value. To give a priority
to the detection accuracy, specify a larger value.
- When detecting a paper size of documents to which
index sheets, sticky notes or index stickers are
attached, specify 2 for the priority.
- When detecting a paper size of documents whose
one side (front or back) is in dark background color,
specify 3 for the priority.
Priority
Rectangular documents with straight side edges
1
Documents without tabs
(those that have no index sheets, sticky notes, or index
stickers)
3
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In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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0
2
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Documents with tabs
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stickers)
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Documents whose one side (front or back) is in dark
background
Consumables
!
5
The Automatic Page Size Detection is not available, if the
document to scan is one of the following:
• Thin documents whose paper weight is 52 g/m2 or
14 lb or less
• Non-rectangular documents
• Documents whose margins are filled with dark color
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
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Setting Auto Correction for Document Page
Orientations
4
Select the [Rotation] tab, and then select [Automatic]
under [Rotation Degree].
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You can direct the scanner to automatically correct a batch of
documents with a mixture of page orientations.
DEF
Abcdefg
Hijklmn
Opqrstu
Vwxyz.
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1
Opqrstu
DEF
Vwxyz.
Abcdefg
Hijklmn
Output images
Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32) dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
3
Click the [Option] button.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
Loading
Documents
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
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Overview
Scan Parameters
!
• This function determines a document page orientation
based on the characters printed on it. So it may not
work properly for the following kinds of documents:
- Documents with a resolution for scanning not
between:
300 dpi and 600 dpi (in Black & White mode) or
200 dpi and 600 dpi (in Color or Grayscale mode)
- Documents with many extremely-large/small
characters
- Documents on which the pitches of lines or characters are extremely narrow, or characters are
overlapped
- Documents with many photographs or figures and
only a few characters
- Documents on which characters are printed in
various directions such as drawings
- Documents written only in capital characters
- Handwritten documents
- Skewed documents
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•
•
•
•
- Documents written in a non-supported language.
The supported languages are: Japanese, English,
German, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and
Portuguese
- Documents with uneven colors, design and/or
patterns in background
- Documents with intricate design
- Documents with a lot of noise
To judge text in documents, use a language that is set
in Windows’s Regional and Language Options.
The image orientation may not be corrected properly
depending on the scanner driver setting at scanning
(e.g. dithering).
If you cannot correct the image orientation properly,
use the Edge Emphasis function of the drivers to
correct it.
Shadows may remain on the edge of the scanned
image.
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Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
6
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ The settings configured are saved.
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From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
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You can create PDF data from scanned document images in
either of the following two ways:
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ScandAll PRO is recommended for scanning in color or grayscale mode.
With ScandAll PRO, you can:
• Reduce the size of PDF data
• Create PDF data with facility
For how to use ScandAll PRO, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use
ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
Creating with Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat is recommended when you want to create PDF data
quickly and when you scan documents in black-and-white mode. You
can:
• Create PDF data at an original resolution in a short time
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• Create PDF data compressed to a desired size by changing
compression rates
The file size of color documents increases if scanned by following a
general procedure. You can drastically reduce the size if you run Acrobat
Distiller before saving.
For details, see the HINT box in Step 10 of the "Creating with Adobe
Acrobat" section.
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Notes on the use of Adobe Acrobat
• As Adobe Acrobat's settings override the settings in the
scanner driver, such as for [Resolution], [Scan Type], and
[Image Mode], the scanned image may not be displayed as
configured with the previous settings in the scanner driver.
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• The following options are not available:
- [256 Color] and [8 Color] modes
- [Rotation Degree] specified when [End of Page Detection]
is selected
- Long Page Scanning
- Automatic Page Size Detection
• Scanning paper documents with the scanner and converting them into a PDF format with Adobe Acrobat may output
unexpected images in the following cases:
1 The "Edge Shadow Removal" option enabled in Acrobat,
and the "Digital Endorser" or "Black Background" option
specified in the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver at the
same time. In this case, character strings embedded in
the image or the background may be lost.
Solution 1: In Acrobat, select [File] D [Create PDF] D
[From Scanner] D [Image Settings], and set [Edge
shadow removal] to [OFF] or set [Color/Grayscale] and/or
[Monochrome] under [Compression] to a setting other
than [Adaptive].
Solution 2: Adjust the scanning density in the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 scanner driver.
2 The option(s) [Color/Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] set
to [Adaptive] under [Compression] in Acrobat, and
documents scanned at a resolution lower than the recommended value for Acrobat. In this case, inappropriate
images may be output.
Solution: Under [Compression], set [Color/Grayscale]
and/or [Monochrome] to a setting other than [Adaptive].
3 The "Overscan" option specified in the FUJITSU TWAIN
32 scanner driver to scan documents of Double-Letter
size (11x17 in.) or those of A3 size or longer. Such
documents may not be scanned properly because
scanning of those sizes are not available in Acrobat.
Solution: When scanning a Double-Letter sized document
(11x17 in.) or an A3-sized or longer document, do not set
[Overscan] in the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver.
For detailed usage and information on Acrobat, refer to "Create
a PDF file from a scanned document" in the Adobe Acrobat
Help.
■Creating with ScandAll PRO
1
Load a target document on the scanner.
For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
2
In ScandAll PRO, select [PDF File], [SinglePage PDF
File], [PDF/A file], or [SinglePage PDF/A file] to save the
scanned document images.
The file format of [PDF file] or [SinglePage PDF file] is
saved as a file compatible with Adobe Acrobat 4.0 (PDF
1.3); that of [PDF/A file] or [SinglePage PDF/A file] saved
in a PDF/A-lb format (format for an archive of digital
documents based on PDF 1.4).
Selecting [SinglePage PDF file] or [SinglePage PDF/A
file] creates one file per image, and selecting [PDF file] or
[PDF/A file] creates one file containing multiple images.
When scanning with the "Scan" option
Select a file format from the [File Format] in the [Scan Settings] dialog
box.
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When scanning with the "Batch Scan" option
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From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
Display a profile name you want to use for scanning your file in the
[Profile Editor] dialog box. Select the [File format and Name scheme]
tab, and then select a file format from [File Format].
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ScandAll PRO features the outputting of scanned
document images as PDF file(s), but does not officially
support the function to open PDF files.
To view PDF files, it is recommended you use an
application that can open PDF files, such as Adobe
Acrobat.
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1
Load a target document on the scanner.
For how to load document on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2 Loading
Documents" (on page 38).
3
To configure PDF-related optional settings, click the [PDF
Option] button.
⇒ The [Output PDF File] dialog box appears.
2
3
Select the [start] menu D [All Programs] D [Adobe
Acrobat].
⇒ Adobe Acrobat starts up.
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Select the [File] menu D [Create PDF] D [From Scanner].
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In this dialog box, you can change the compression rate for creating a
file, turn on the OCR (i.e., text recognition) function to make searchable PDF files, and enhance the security of created PDF files by
adding a password to.
For details about the [Output PDF File] dialog box, refer to
the ScandAll PRO Help.
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⇒ The [Acrobat Scan] dialog box appears.
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Select one of the following at [Scanner].
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Select [Show Scanner’s Native Interface] at [User Interface], and then click the [OK] button.
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If your document is scanned under the default settings,
the output image(s) may not be satisfactory. It is recommended the settings be changed, following the procedure
below:
1 Clear the [Make Searchable (Run OCR)] checkbox.
2 Click the [Options] button for [Optimization].
⇒ The [Scanner Options] dialog box is closed and you are returned
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Click the [Scan] button.
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DThe [Optimization Options] dialog box appears.
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settings:
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Monochrome: JBIG2 or CCITT Group 4
Background removal: Off
Edge shadow removal: Off
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Click the [Scanner Options] button.
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⇒ The [Scanner Options] dialog box appears.
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Type in the name of the file to save at [File name], and
then click the [Save] button.
10 To finish the scanning, select [Scanning complete] and
click the [OK] button.
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⇒ The scanned images are displayed.
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⇒ The scanned images are displayed.
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Configure settings such as for [Image Mode] and [Resolution], and then click the [Scan] button.
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For details on the operation of Adobe Acrobat, refer to the Adobe
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If you save the scanned document images in Step 8
above, the file size may increase greatly. To reduce the
size, retry saving the images, following the procedure
below. (It may take more time than you save as usual.)
1 Select [File] D [Print].
2 In the dialog box below, select [Adobe PDF] at
[Name].
Dividing Multipage Documents Using Patch
Codes
Introduction
ScandAll PRO supports the Job Separation function using
patch code sheets. This patchcode-based Job Separation
function can divide scanned images of a multipage document
into pre-determined units, and then save them to their respective folders separately, without interrupting the ongoing
scanning. A multi-page file such as in PDF or TIFF format can
be divided into a specified unit, and each of the parts is saved
to separate files.
The procedure is as follows:
1
Prepare patch code sheets.
The PDF file for use as a patch code sheet comes with two size types
(A4 and Letter). Before using the patchcode-based Job Separation
function, you need to select the [start] menu D [All Programs] D
[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Patch Code (A4)] or [Patch Code (Letter)],
and then print the PDF file of either "Patch Code (A4)" or "Patch Code
(Letter)" as many as you need.
3 Click the [Properties] button.
!
⇒ The [Adobe PDF Document Properties] dialog box
appears.
4 Select the [Adobe PDF Settings] tab.
5 Select a desired job option from [Default Settings].
Here, for example, select [Smallest File Size].
6 Click the [OK] button.
7 In the [Print] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ The [Save PDF File As] dialog box appears.
8 Specify a desired file name, and then click the [Save]
button to save the file.
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• Use white paper to print out the patch code sheets.
• To make photocopies of the printed patch code sheet,
make the same size and same density of photocopies
as the original patch code sheets.
• Note that using the same patch code sheets repeatedly may decrease the recognition accuracy due to the
dirt contaminated on the sheets. If the patch code
sheets are not recognized correctly or get smudged,
make new prints of the patch code sheets.
Create a new batch profile in ScandAll PRO, and then
open the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
For how to create profiles, refer to "3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]"
(on page 61).
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Select the [Document separator] tab, and then select the
[Use Patchcode-Based Job Separation Sheet] checkbox.
4
Insert the patch code sheets wherever you want the file/
folder to separate.
Load the document with the patchcode-printed sheets face down on
the ADF Paper Chute.
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Using the batch profile you created above, perform a
batch scan.
For how to perform a batch scan, refer to "3.8 Scanning with [Batch
Scan]" (on page 61).
The following is the procedure for saving the scanned
document images, which are divided by patch code
sheets, in separate folders.
1 Click the [Name Rule] button on the [File format and
Name scheme] tab in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
⇒ The [Name Rule] dialog box appears.
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2 Select the [Create Directories Separately] checkbox.
• To suppress the scanning of patch code sheet images,
check the [Remove separation sheet] checkbox.
• In Duplex Scan mode, you can disable the scanning of
the back side of patch code sheet by selecting the
[Remove the next page of a separation sheet] checkbox.
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⇒ The created folder is named under the document
counter’s title, and is used to hold the scanned
data files.
Example of saving files in folders:
When selecting [Create Directories Separately]
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Dividing a Multipage Document Using Barcodes
ScandAll PRO supports the Job Separation function using
barcode-printed sheets. This barcode-based Job Separation
function can divide scanned images of a multi-page document
into a pre-determined unit, and then save each part to respective folders separately, without interrupting the ongoing operations. For a multi-page data such as in PDF or TIFF format,
this function can divide it into a specified unit, and save each
of the parts to separate files. Note not only the document
counter, but also the recognized barcode text can be used to
name the file or folder.
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ScandAll PRO can detect the following types of barcodes:
Scan Parameters
Code
Character Set
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EAN, JAN: 8 or 13 (includes
check digits)
CODE39
Numbers, alphabets, 7
symbols
1 to 32
(excludes start/stop codes)
CODABAR
4 start/stop characters,
numbers, 10 alphabets
and symbols
1 to 32
(excludes start/stop codes)
CODE128
Full ASCII codes
1 to 32
(excludes check characters)
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The following lists the barcode detection parameters:
Item
Parameter
Barcode height
10 mm to 30 mm / 0.39 to 1.18 inches
Barcode length
300 mm / 11.81 inches or less
Barcode margin
5 mm / 0.20 inches or more on each side of barcode
Barcode base
color
White (This may not be recognized correctly depending on the hue of white color of the paper scanned.)
Resolution
200 dpi to 600 dpi
Barcode angle
Horizontal and vertical
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• If you scan a document having a barcode type that was not
defined for this function, the image data could be separated
wrongly, and even some of the scanned images may be
deleted depending on how the scan settings have been
made. To prevent this, check the document carefully in
advance to see if it has extra barcodes. It is recommended
that you limit the barcode types to sense, and define the
area to detect barcodes.
• Using the same barcode sheets repeatedly may decrease
the recognition accuracy due to the dirt contaminated on
the sheets. If the barcode sheets are not recognized
correctly or get smudged, make new prints of the barcode
sheets.
• Any control characters and/or any illegal characters such as
\, /, ,, :, *, ?, ", <, >, and | in a file name are replaced with "_"
(underscore).
• The barcode may not be recognized correctly depending on
the document (if skewed), the scanner driver settings and/or
the print status of barcodes. Operate after ensuring that the
barcode is correctly recognized.
The procedure is as follows:
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2
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In ScandAll PRO, create a new batch profile, and then
open the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
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(on page 61).
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Select the [Document separator] tab, and then select the
[Use Barcode-Based Job Separation Sheet] checkbox.
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• To suppress the scanning of the image of barcodeprinted sheet, check the [Remove separation sheet]
checkbox.
• In Duplex Scan mode, you can disable the scanning of
the back side of barcode-printed sheets by selecting
the [Remove the next page of a separation sheet]
checkbox.
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Click the [Setup] button.
⇒ The [Barcode Setting] dialog box appears.
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• If scanning performance deteriorates because of the
barcodes used, limit the barcode types to sense or
narrow the barcode area to improve the scanning
performance.
• If there are multiple barcodes in the barcode detecting
area, the one recognized first will be enabled.
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Specify the created batch profile, and then perform a
batch scan.
For how to perform a batch scan, refer to "3.8 Scanning with [Batch
Scan]" (on page 61).
The following procedure shows how to store each of
scanned document sheets separated with barcode-printed
sheets in separate folders, and to name the folders with
the character string recognized from the barcode:
1 On the [File format and Name scheme] tab of the
[Profile Editor] dialog box, click the [Name Rule]
button.
⇒ The [Name Rule] dialog box appears.
2 Enable [Use Barcode Characters] and select the
[Create Directories Separately] checkbox.
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Insert the barcode-printed sheets wherever you want the
file/folder to separate.
Load the document with the barcode-printed sheets face down on the
ADF Paper Chute.
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⇒ The created folder is named with the barcode
recognition character string and is used to store
the scanned data.
If the [Create Directories Separately] checkbox is
left unselected, the character string of the
recognized barcode will be regarded as the file
name.
Horizontally Splitting a Scanned Image into Two
You can obtain two images by horizontally splitting a single
scanned page image.
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Example of storing data in folders:
This function is not supported by all applications.
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Load a target document on the scanner.
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For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
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Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Click the [Option] button.
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Select the [Rotation] tab, and then select the [Split Image]
checkbox.
Outputting in Multi-Image Mode
You can obtain both color/grayscale and binary black-andwhite image outputs at a single scan (this is called the Multi
Image Output function).
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Scan Parameters
When a document is scanned in Duplex Scan mode, the
scanned back side image(s) are output according to the
[Flip Side Rotation] settings in the order below:
• Book: Upper half D Lower half
• Fanfold: Lower half D Upper half
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This function is not available with:
• [Multi Image Output] selected
• [Color/Monochrome Auto Detection] selected
• the resolution set to 1200 dpi
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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Example: When a color document is scanned
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Load a target document on the scanner.
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For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
2
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, refer to "Chapter
3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Select the [Enable Multi Image] checkbox.
4
Select [Multi Image Output] under [Output mode].
5
Select the order to output multi-images under [Order (for
Multi Image Output)].
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Secondary: Binary
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• Primary: Binary
Secondary: Color/Grayscale
First, a black-and-white image is output, and then a color or
grayscale image.
⇒ The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
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Under [Select Current Image Setting], select a side (if in
Duplex Scan mode).
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
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From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
For how to perform a scan, refer to "Chapter 3 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" (on page 51).
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You can use a batch profile to change settings such as
the folders to save respective scanned color/grayscale
and black-and-white images, and their file formats and
names.
The procedure is as follows:
1 In the [Profile Editor] dialog box, select the [File
format and Name scheme] tab, and then select the
[Automatic Color-Monochrome Detection] checkbox.
Setting Auto Detection for Content Colors (Color/
Monochrome)
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You can configure settings so the scanner will automatically
detect whether the images are color (or grayscale) or binary
black-and-white ones. Scanning color documents produces
color (or grayscale) images, and scanning black-and-white
documents produces black-and-white images.
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2
This function is not supported by all applications.
Load a target document on the scanner.
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For how to load documents on the scanner, refer to "Chapter 2
Loading Documents" (on page 38).
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Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
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3 How to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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2 Specify the respective folder names to save, the
file formats, and the file names for the color/
grayscale and black-and-white images.
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3 Click the [OK] button.
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D Changes made are saved.
4 Perform a batch scan.
For how to perform a batch scan, refer to "3.8
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⇒ The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
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Under [Select Current Image Setting], select the side(s) to
scan.
Configure scan settings for both color and black-and-white
documents in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
You need to pre-configure settings for [Color/Grayscale] detection as
well as those for [Binary] detection.
When the document is recognized as a color/grayscale
document, it is output in the mode selected under [Image
Mode] in the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
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Select [Auto Color Detection] under [Output mode].
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In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
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From ScandAll PRO, perform a scan.
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You can use a batch profile to change settings such as
the folders to save the scanned color/grayscale and
black-and-white images, the file formats, and the file
names.
The procedure is as follows:
1 In the [Profile Editor] dialog box, select the [File
format and Name scheme] tab, and then select the
[Automatic Color-Monochrome Detection] checkbox.
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2 Specify the respective folder names to save the
files, the file formats, and the file names for color/
grayscale and black-and-white images.
3 Click the [OK] button.
D Changes made are saved.
4 Perform a batch scan.
For how to perform a batch scan, refer to "3.8 Scanning with [Batch Scan]" (on page 61).
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5.5 Customizing the Hardware Settings
Using the Scanner Buttons to Start A Scan
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Select the [Events] tab, and then select an event from
[Select an event].
You can perform a scan simply by pressing the [Scan/Stop] or
[Send to] button on the scanner. To do this, you first need to
assign your desired scanning applications to these buttons.
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Confirm that the scanner is connected properly to your
computer, then power on the scanner.
Scan Parameters
For how to connect the scanner to your computer, refer to "Chapter 3
Connecting the Cables" in the Getting Started.
2
Select the [start] menu D [Control Panel].
⇒ The [Control Panel] window appears.
3
Select the [Hardware and Sound] icon.
⇒ The [Hardware and Sound] window appears.
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5
Select the [Scanners and Cameras] icon.
⇒ The [Scanners and Cameras] window appears.
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The following events can be selected:
• "Scan Button" (when the [Scan/Stop] button is pressed)
• "Send to 1" to "Send to 9" (when the [Send to] button is
pressed while a number (from 1 to 9) is displayed on the
Function Number Display)
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Display the properties of the scanner.
Double-click the [fi-6670dj], [fi-6770dj], or [fi-6750Sj] icon.
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Select the application to launch when an event occurs.
Select the [Start the program] radio button under [Actions], and then
select the application you want to use.
10 Select the [Tool] menu D [Preferences].
⇒ The [Setup] dialog box appears.
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12 Select the action for the event you selected in Step 7, and
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then select a profile from the list you want to use for
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Click the [OK] button.
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This completes the computer settings if you will use a scanning
application other than ScandAll PRO.
Then, continue to configure settings for your scanner.
• The screens and operations may differ slightly
depending on the OS you are using.
• If you want to link with other buttons here, repeat
Steps 5 to 8.
9
You need to create the required profile beforehand.
For how to create profiles, refer to "3.8 Scanning with
[Batch Scan]" (on page 61).
13 Click the [OK] button.
14 Exit ScandAll PRO.
Start up ScandAll PRO.
When you press the linked button, ScandAll PRO starts up, and a
batch scan is executed according to the selected profile's settings.
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Detecting Multifeeds
Flatbed Type
ADF Type
[Scan/Stop] button
Check
Function
[Send to] button
Send to
[Send to] button
Scan / Stop
Function
Scan / Stop
[Scan/Stop] button
Power
Check
Power
Send to
• When using the [Scan/Stop] button
No setting is needed.
⇒ Pressing the [Scan/Stop] button starts up the application config-
A "multifeed" 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 so it will detect multifeeds and display
an error message.
To make the scanner to detect multifeeds, change the settings
in the scanner driver or in the Software Operation Panel.
For how to configure settings in the Software Operation Panel,
refer to "Multifeed Detection" (on page 180).
1
• When using the [Send to] button
Press the [Function] button to change a number displayed on the
Function Number Display.
When the displayed number and the event number you have
selected in Step 5 ("Send to 1" to "Sent to 9") matches, stop pressing the [Function] button.
To perform the event configured with "Send to 2," for example,
display [2] on the Function Number Display.
2
Start up ScandAll PRO, and then open the [TWAIN Driver
(32)] dialog box.
For how to open the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, "Chapter 3 How
to Use ScandAll PRO" (on page 51).
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Click the [Option] button.
⇒ Pressing the [Send to] button starts up the application you
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selected.
• For details of the Operator Panel, refer to "1.3
Functions of the Operator Panels" (on page 28).
• Each time the [Function] button is pressed, the
number displayed changes as follows: 1, 2, 3, …9, C,
1, 2, 3, ….
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Load a target document on the ADF Paper Chute.
For how to load documents on the ADF Paper Chute, refer to "2.1
Loading Documents on the ADF" (on page 39).
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Select the [Job/Cache] tab, and then specify the desired
multifeed detection condition at [Multifeed Detection]
under [ADF Option].
For details of the multifeed detection, refer to "Multifeed Detection
Conditions" (on page 45).
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6
7
Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box.
In the [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box, click the [OK]
button.
⇒ Changes made are saved.
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The following list the multifeed detection conditions:
Condition
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None
Does not detect multifeeds.
Check Overlapping and Length
Monitors both document overlapping and length
to detect multifeeds.
Check Overlapping
Uses the built-in ultrasonic sensors inside the
ADF to monitor document sheets during
feeding, and to judge multifeeds according to
the deviation of reflected ultrasonic waves.
Check Length
Monitors the length of document during feeding,
and judges multifeeds according to the deviation of lengths sensed.
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Bypassing Multifeed Detection for a Fixed Format
If you attempt to scan a document sheet with a sticky note,
receipt, or photo glued on it while the Multifeed Detection
function is enabled, the scanner could mistakenly judge this as
a multifeed error and discontinue the scanning. To resolve
such a problem, the "Intelligent Multifeed Function" is
provided.
There are two modes to this function. In one mode, you can
suppress multifeeds forcibly by operating the Operator Panel
on the scanner. In the other mode, you can suppress multifeeds automatically by letting the scanner learn the locations
and sizes of the sticky note, glued receipt or glued photo
beforehand.
Sticky note
Receipt or photo
Document
Intelligent Multifeed Function
Use this function when you want to continue scanning while
checking if any sticky notes are attached to the document
each time the multifeed error occurs.
Mode
Description
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Manual Mode
(Bypass by Operator Panel button)
The scanner stops scanning each time a multifeed error is detected. You can resume scanning
after checking for any glued paper on your
document on detection of each multifeed error.
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Auto Mode 1
(Bypass by length
and position)
Used to scan a document stack with paper of the
same size glued at the same position.
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(Bypass by length)
Used to scan a document stack with paper of
different sizes glued at different positions.
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Irregular (incomplete or deformed) images may be created
when multifeeds occur.
To select one of the modes above, use the Software Operation
Panel.
For details, refer to "Setting A Non-Multifeed-Detection Range
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]" (on page 185).
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Settings Before Using This Function
Prior to using this function, you need to configure the following
settings:
■With FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
1
2
Start up ScandAll PRO, select the [Scan] menu D [Scan
Settings].
⇒ The [TWAIN Driver (32)] dialog box appears.
4
Select the [Startup] tab, and then select the [Enable
Scanner Panel] and [Enable [Scan] Button] checkboxes.
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Select the [Job/Cache] tab, and select [Check overlapping] or [Check overlapping and length] for [Multifeed
Detection] under [ADF Option].
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■With FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver
1
2
Start up ScandAll PRO, select the [Scan] menu D [Scan
Settings].
⇒ The FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver’s setting dialog box appears.
Select the [Paper Handling] tab, and then select:
• [Enable] and [Paper Overlap] under [Multifeed Detection]
• [On] under [Multifeed Recovery]
At multifeed error
At document ejecting
"J" and "2" are indicated
alternately.
2
D
The corresponding function
number blinks.
Return the ejected or removed sheets to the ADF Paper
Chute.
If a multifeed error is detected while no paper has been glued on the
sheet, press the [Scan/Stop] button or restart the scanning via the
computer. (In this case, do not press the [Function] button.)
If glued paper is present on the removed/ejected sheet and this is
likely the cause of the multifeed error, then go to the next step:
ADF Type
Function Number Display
[Function] button
[Send to] button
Function
Check
Send to
Scan / Stop
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Specify a desired time (in minutes) at [Auto-cancel Timer].
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Display
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[Function] button
Send to
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1
After a multifeed error has occurred, press the [Send to]
button to eject the document from the paper feed path, or
open the ADF and remove the sheets from there.
When the sheets are removed, the function number displayed
changes as follows:
[Send to] button
Scan / Stop
[Scan/Stop] button
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3
Press the [Function] button, and then make sure that the
function number blinks faster than before you pressed the
[Scan/Stop] button. Otherwise, restart the scanning via
the computer.
Note that, from this on, the blinking speed of the function number
switches between "slow" and "fast" every time the [Function] button is
pressed. According to the mode specified, the scanner operates as
explained below if documents are scanned with the function number
blinking faster.
• Manual Mode (Bypassing by operator panel buttons)
The first sheet of document is scanned without a multifeed error
being detected. When the second and following sheets are
scanned, multifeed errors are detected based on the settings that
have been configured in the Software Operation Panel or in the
scanner driver.
• Auto Mode 1 (Bypassing by Document Overlapping and Length)
The scanner remembers the length and location of glued paper
(overlap pattern) that caused a multifeed error and continues
scanning. When glued paper of a similar pattern is detected, the
scanner automatically ignores it to suppress multifeed detection.
(*1)(*2)
• Auto Mode 2 (Bypassing by Document Length)
The scanner remembers the length of the glued paper that caused
a multifeed error and continues scanning. When glued paper of the
same or shorter length is scanned, the scanner automatically
ignores it to suppress multifeed detection. (*2)
*1: In this mode, up to 32 overlap patterns can be remembered
(stored in memory). When the 33rd overlap pattern is detected,
the first-remembered pattern is deleted from memory.
*2: The remembered overlap patterns can be deleted from memory
by pressing the [Function] button for 2 seconds or longer while the
function number is blinking. After all overlap patterns are deleted,
the display indicates "o" (square). By doing so, you can delete all
32 patterns. Be careful not to delete necessary overlap patterns,
too.
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Introduction
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This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
CAUTION
WARNING
• When operating the scanner, the glasses inside the ADF
become very hot.
• Before you clean the inside of the scanner, turn off its power
and unplug the power cable from the power outlet. Wait for at
least 15 minutes for the ADF glasses to cool down.
• Before you clean the Feed Rollers and Eject Rollers, turn off
the power and unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet.
Wait for at least 15 minutes, then turn on the power again.
Do not use any aerosol sprays or alcohol based sprays to clean
the scanner. Dust blown up by strong air from the spray may
enter the inside of the scanner. This may cause the scanner to
fail or malfunction.
Sparks caused by static electricity, generated when blowing off
dust and dirt from the outside of the scanner, may cause a fire.
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6.2 Cleaning the ADF .................................................................117
6.3 Cleaning the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only) ............................122
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Cleaning Material
Cleaner F1
Cleaner F2
CAUTION
Part No.
Remarks
PA039500352
1 bottle (100 ml)
Moisten the cloth with this fluid and
wipe the scanner clean.
As it may take long before the
cleaner vaporizes if a large quantity
is used. Dampen a cloth with
modest quantities of the cleaner. In
addition, wipe off the cleaner
completely with a soft lint-free cloth
to leave no residue on the surface of
the cleaned parts.
PA039500353
1 bottle (80 ml)
Use this cleaner to clean the Plastic
Rollers only.
Never clean rubber rollers with Cleaner F2. Doing
so may deform the rubber.
For details of the cleaning materials, consult the store where
you bought your scanner or an authorized FUJITSU service
provider.
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Cleaning paper
CA995010012
Use this paper together with
Cleaner F1.
Cleaning wipe
PA039500419
1 box (24 sheets)
Pre-moistened with Cleaner F1,
Cleaning Wipes are used instead of
moistened cloths.
Swab
Dry cloth
Commercially available.
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Locations to Clean and Cleaning Frequency
Location
Flatbed
ADF
Cleaning paper sprayed with
Cleaner F1
(every 10,000 sheets)
Cleaning wipes or cloth sprayed
with Cleaner F1
(every 10,000 sheets)
Swab dipped with Cleaner F2
(for areas with heavy dirt)
Document holding pad
No
Yes
No
Document bed
No
Yes
No
Chute roller
No
Yes
No
Pick arm
No
Yes
No
Pick roller
Yes
Yes
No
Brake roller
Yes
Yes
No
Feed roller
Yes
Yes
No
Plastic roller
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sheet guide/glass
Yes
Yes
No
Ultrasonic sensor
Yes (Use a soft, dry cloth.)
No
No
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The actual cleaning cycle depends on the conditions of the
documents scanned. You must clean the scanner more
frequently when the following documents are scanned:
• Smooth-faced documents such as 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
• A large volume of documents written with pencil
• Documents on which the toner is not fused sufficiently
Yes : Cleanable
No : Not cleanable
CAUTION
Never clean rubber rollers with Cleaner F2. Doing
so may deform the rubber.
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6.2 Cleaning the ADF
Introduction
As a Guideline, clean the ADF every 10,000 scanned sheets.
Note that this guideline varies according to the type of
documents you scan. For example, it may be necessary to
clean the ADF more frequently if documents are scanned
when the toner is not sufficiently fixed on the printout.
CAUTION
When operating the scanner, the glasses inside the
ADF become very hot.
Before you clean the inside of the scanner, turn off
its power and unplug the power cable from the
power outlet. Wait for at least 15 minutes for the
ADF glasses to cool down.
Cleaning with a Cloth Moistened with Cleaner F1
1
3
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your
fingers.
Clean the following locations using a cloth moistened with
Cleaner F1.
!
To avoid damaging the document sensors, take care so
the cloth does not hook them during wiping.
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Turn off the scanner, and wait for at least 15 minutes.
For how to turn off the scanner, refer to "1.4 Turning the Scanner ON
and OFF" (on page 31).
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Pushing the ADF Open Buttons, lift open the ADF.
ADF Open Button
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Brake Roller
Plastic Rollers
Lightly clean the Brake Roller along the grooves on the roller, taking
care not to scratch its surface.
When cleaning the Brake Roller, remove it from the scanner. For how to
remove the Brake Roller, refer to "7.3 Replacing the Brake Roller" (on
page 127).
Lightly clean the Plastic Rollers, taking care not to damage their surface.
Take particular care when cleaning these rollers as black debris on them
adversely affects the pickup performance. Be careful not to damage the
sponges attached around the middle of the rollers.
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Lightly clean the Pick Rollers along the grooves on the rollers, taking
care not to scratch their surface. Take particular care when cleaning
these rollers as black debris on them adversely affects the pickup performance. For how to remove the Pick Rollers, refer to "7.2 Replacing the
Pick Rollers" (on page 125).
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Pick Arm
Glasses/Sheet Guides/Ultrasonic Sensors
Lightly wipe off the roller at the tip of the Pick Arm.
Lightly wipe off the glasses, Sheet Guides, and Ultrasonic Sensors.
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(for multifeed detection)
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Lightly wipe off the Chute Roller with its hood open.
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Sheet Guide (x2)
If the glass(es) are dirty, vertical streaks may appear in
the scanned images.
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Turn on the scanner. Then, clean the Feed Rollers.
For how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.4 Turning the Scanner ON
and OFF" (on page 31).
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Feed Rollers
The cleaning procedure is as follows:
Feed Roller (x4)
As a guideline, seven presses of the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop]
buttons together makes the Feed Rollers to rotate one full turn.
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[Scan/Stop] button
[Send to] button
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Scan / Stop
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Send to
[Send to] button
Scan / Stop
[Scan/Stop] button
1 With the power on, open the ADF when the Operator Panel indicates
a code other than "P."
Note that the Feed Rollers will not rotate if you open the ADF and do
the following action while "P" is indicated.
2 Hold down the [Send to] and [Scan/Stop] buttons simultaneously on
the Operator Panel. The Feed Rollers and Eject Rollers start to rotate
by a certain angle.
CAUTION
Both the Feed Rollers and Eject Rollers turn at
the same time. Do not touch the Feed Rollers
or Eject Rollers during cleaning if they are
rotating.
3 Hold a soft cloth moistened with Cleaner F1 against the surface of the
rotating Feed Rollers and Eject Rollers so that the cloth wipes off the
surface of the rollers lightly. Take particular care in cleaning these
rollers as black debris on them adversely affects the feeding performance.
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Close the ADF.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position
until the ADF Open Buttons are locked.
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When the ADF has returned to its original position, make
sure that it is completely closed. Feeding errors may
occur if the ADF is not closed completely.
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Holding the handle, lift up the Document Cover.
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Lightly wipe off the following locations using a cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
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Document Bed
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!
Do not allow moisture to flow into the gap between the
Document Bed and the Plastic Cover.
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Wait for the cleaned parts to dry.
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Gently close the Document Cover.
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Introduction
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This chapter describes how to replace the scanner consumables.
WARNING
• When operating the scanner, the glasses inside
the ADF become very hot.
• Before you replace the consumables, turn the
scanner off and unplug the power cable from the
power outlet. Wait for at least 15 minutes for the
ADF glasses to cool down.
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7.2 Replacing the Pick Rollers....................................................125
7.3 Replacing the Brake Roller ...................................................127
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The following table shows the consumables and their standard
replacement cycles.
Consumable
Pick Roller
Part No.
PA03338K011
Standard Replacement Cycle
After scanning of 250,000
sheets or one year
The replacement cycles above are rough guidelines for the
case of using A4/Letter-sized woodfree or wood containing
paper of 80 g/m2 (21.0 lb) in weight. This cycle varies
according to the type of the paper used and how frequently
the scanner is used and cleaned.
Use only the specified consumables to avoid document feeding
troubles.
To purchase the consumables, contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
Brake Roller
PA03576K010
After scanning of 250,000
sheets or one year
The consumables must be replaced periodically. Order new
consumables before the consumables on the scanner reach
the end of their service life. It is recommended that you keep a
stock of new consumables. By referring to the numbers of
scanned sheets counted at each replacement of the rollers
(Brake Roller and Pick Rollers), you can judge when you will
need to replace the rollers next time.
If you want to check the counted values for the rollers, refer to
"9.3 Settings Related to Consumables and Useful Life
Counters" (on page 165).
Please understand that some parts may need replacement by
service engineer depending on the scanned document type or
its duty of scannning. For further information, contact the
FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Remove the ADF Paper Chute.
The scanner has two Pick Rollers. Be sure to replace both of
them at the same time.
1
Remove documents (if any) from the ADF Paper Chute.
2
Pushing the ADF Open Buttons, lift open the ADF.
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Remove the Pick Rollers (x2) from the scanner.
1 Open the Pick Roller Cover.
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2 Pull out the two Pick Rollers from the rotating shaft.
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Attach the ADF Paper Chute.
7
Close the ADF.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position
until the ADF clicks into place.
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Attach new two Pick Rollers to the scanner.
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1 Attach both of the two Pick Rollers to the rotating shaft.
Insert each roller so its socket will fit to the rotating shaft screw on
the scanner.
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• Do not close the ADF while the Pick Roller Cover is
kept open.
• Confirm that the Pick Rollers are attached firmly. If
not, paper feed errors such as paper jams will occur.
Reset the pick roller counter.
Start up the Software Operation Panel, and then reset the counter.
For details, refer to "Resetting the counters" (on page 166).
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2 Close the Pick Roller Cover. Confirm that both sides of the cover
are locked firmly.
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Introduction
1
Remove documents (if any) from the ADF Paper Chute.
2
Pushing the ADF Open Buttons, lift open the ADF.
2 Remove the Brake Roller.
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3
4
Remove the Brake Roller from its shaft.
5
Attach a new Brake Roller.
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your
fingers.
Remove the Brake Roller from the scanner.
1 Holding the Pick Arm, open the Brake Roller Holder in the arrowindicated direction.
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Align the groove of the shaft with the protruding section of the rotating
shaft.
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Attach the Brake Roller to the scanner.
CAUTION
1 Put the Brake Roller by adjusting the flat section of the rotating
shaft to the guide slot of the Brake Roller Holder.
Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your
fingers.
2 Close the Brake Roller Holder.
!
8
• Do not close the ADF while the Brake Roller Cover is
kept open.
• Confirm that the Brake Roller is attached firmly. If not,
paper feed errors such as multifieeds will occur.
Reset the brake roller counter.
Start up the Software Operation Panel, and then reset the counter.
For details, refer to "Resetting the counters" (on page 166).
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Close the ADF.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position
until the ADF clicks into place.
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This chapter describes the measures against document jams or troubles, shows you what to check before asking your
nearest scanner service provider for help, and describes how to read the product labels.
!
For details about troubles that are not described here, and
those about the scanning errors, refer to the FUJITSU TWAIN
32 Scanner Driver Help.
8.1 Paper Jams...........................................................................130
8.2 Errors Indicated on the Operator Panel ................................132
8.3 Troubleshooting ....................................................................136
8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider152
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8.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner..........................................154
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8.1 Paper Jams
Introduction
If your document jams, follow the procedure below to remove
it.
CAUTION
3
Remove the jammed document.
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• Take care not to get injured when removing the
jammed document.
• Be careful not to get your necktie, necklace, etc.
caught in the scanner when removing the
jammed document.
• The glass surfaces and guides may become hot
during operation. Take care not to get burned.
1
Remove the document sheet(s) remaining on the ADF
Paper Chute.
2
Pushing the ADF Open Buttons, lift open the ADF.
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• Staples, paper clips, etc. could cause document jams.
Be sure to check for small metal objects on your
document or on the paper feed path, and remove
them.
Also, before you start scanning, be sure to remove
them from the document.
• In case you have scanned any stapled or clipped
documents, do not pull them out forcibly. Otherwise,
the glasses and/or guides may be damaged.
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Be careful, the ADF may close and pinch your
fingers.
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4
Close the ADF.
Press down on the center of the ADF to return it to its original position
until the ADF clicks into place.
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• Make sure that the ADF is completely closed. Feeding
errors may occur if the ADF is not closed completely.
• When scanning is canceled halfway through, some
sheets of the document might remain inside the ADF
even though no error message is displayed. Follow the
procedure (Steps 1 to 4) above to remove the sheets
remaining in the ADF.
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When an error occurs, the Check LED lights in orange. For
temporary errors, the Function Number Display on the Operator Panel indicates [J] or [U] and a number alternately; [E], [F],
[C], [H], [A], or [L] and a number alternately for device errors
(permanent errors). Temporary errors can be solved by the
operator, but the device errors (permanent errors) require
recovery works by support engineers. If you want to clear the
error indication, press the [Scan/Stop] or [Send to] button. The
scanner will return to the "Ready Status."
ADF type
Once the Error Recovery Guide has been installed on your
computer, its window appears as soon as your Windows is
started up. When a temporary or device (permanent) error
occurs, this software displays information such as the error
name or error code regarding that error. Write down the information displayed on the message box, and then click the
[More Info] button to learn detailed information for troubleshooting.
Function Number Display
Check LED
[Send to] button
Scan / Stop
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Check
Send to
The Error Recovery Guide is stored in the SETUP DVD-ROM.
For how to install this guide, refer to "Chapter 4 Installing the
Scanner Software" in the Getting Started.
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Check
Check LED
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[Send to] button
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[Scan/Stop] button
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■Cover Open and Print Errors
Temporary Errors
[U] and a number are displayed alternately.
Temporary errors can be solved by ordinary operators.
They are listed as follows:
Indica
tion
U0
■Paper Feed Errors
Item
Transport lock error
(Flatbed type only)
[J] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
tion
J1
Item
Paper jam
J9
J2
Multifeed error
Remedy
1 Remove the halted or jammed
document remaining inside.
For how to remove such
documents, refer to "8.1 Paper
Jams" (on page 130).
U4
U5
The ADF opened during
scanning.
Remedy
Unlock the Transport Lock.
For how to unlock the Transport
Lock, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables" in the Getting
Started.
Close the ADF and load the
document again.
The print section of the
imprinter opened during
scanning.
(only when the imprinter
option for fi-6670/fi6670A is installed)
2 Confirm that the documents meet
the paper conditions for scanning
from the ADF.
For details, refer to"2.2 ADFLoaded Documents" (on page 42).
U6
Pressing the [Send to] button on the
Operator Panel ejects mutifed
documents.
The print cartridge of
the imprinter option is
not set.
U7
The imprinter failed to
sense documents.
Or, the print area is
incorrect.
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This is a temporary error related to
the imprinter option (sold
separately).
For details refer to the "Imprinter
Operator's Guide."
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Device Errors
Indica
tion
Device errors require recovery works by support engineers.
They are listed as follows:
■Motor and Optical System Errors
E2
E3
[E] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
tion
E0
E1
Item
Remedy
Flatbed motor malfunction
(Flatbed type only)
1 Confirm that the Transfer Lock is
unlocked.
Flatbed optical system
malfunction
(Flatbed type only)
Optical system error
(Front-side scanning
thru the ADF)
Optical system error
(Back-side scanning
thru the ADF).
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi6770/fi-6770A)
E6
Operator panel error
E7
Internal memory error
(EEPROM)
E8
SCSI interface circuit
error
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi6770/fi-6770A)
2 Turn the scanner off and on
again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
Item
E9
Remedy
Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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■ Overrun Errors
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[F] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
tion
Item
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F2
Pick arm error
F4
Background switching
mechanism error
F6
Fan error
F7
Heater error
F8
F9
Remedy
Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the alarm is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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■Chip Errors
[C] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
tion
Item
C0
LSI error
C8
Intra-scanner communication error
Remedy
Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
■Circuit Errors
■Errors in the Option (only when the imprinter
option for fi-6670/fi-6670A is installed)
Item
H1
Motor circuit error
H5
CGA board error
(fi-6670/fi-6670A/fi6770/fi-6770A)
H6
H7
Imprinter motor circuit
error
(only when the imprinter
option for fi-6670/fi6670A is installed)
Lamp circuit error
Remedy
Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
Item
A0
Error in imprinter's
control board
A1
Communication timeout
error in the imprinter
A2
Error in imprinter's ink
head
A3
Error in imprinter's internal memory (EEPROM)
[H] and a number are displayed alternately.
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tion
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[A] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
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A4
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Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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[L] and a number are displayed alternately.
Indica
tion
Item
L6
Ultrasonic sensor error
L9
OMR sensor error
Remedy
Turn off and on the scanner again.
If the error is still displayed on the
Function Number Display, record
the indicated error code, and
contact the store where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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8.3 Troubleshooting
Introduction
This section describes troubles that may occur during
scanning and how to remedy them. Before you ask for repair,
check the following list for possible causes. If the remedies in
these flowcharts do not solve the problem, check each item in
"8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service
Provider" (on page 152), and then contact the dealer where
you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU
scanner service provider.
The possible troubles are listed as follows:
Possible Trouble
Scanner cannot be turned on. (See page 137.)
Indication on Function Number Display goes out. (See page 138.)
Scanning does not start. (See page 139.)
Quality of scanned pictures or photos is not satisfactory when scanning
in black and white. (See page 140.)
Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory. (See page 141.)
Images are distorted or blurred. (See page 142.)
Vertical lines appear in scanned images. (See page 143.)
Function Number Display indicates an error code (alphabetical letter
plus number) alternately after the scanner is turned ON. (See page
144.)
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Multifeed errors occur frequently. (See page 145.)
Pickup errors occur frequently. (See page 147.)
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Paper jams occur frequently. (See page 148.)
Scanned images are elongated when scanned from the ADF. (See page
149.)
Troubleshooting
There is a shadow on leading edge of scanned image. (See page 150.)
The scanner is not recognized by your computer when Kofax VRS is
used. (See page 151.)
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Scanner cannot be turned on.
Is the power cable connected?
YES
Connect the power cable and AC adapter correctly.
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NO
Did you turn on the Main Power switch?
NO
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Did you press the Power button?
Press the Power button.
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YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Indication on Function Number Display goes out.
Has the scanner been left out of operation for a long time
after powered on?
YES
The scanner is in Power Save mode.
Return from Power Save mode by doing one of the following:
• Load some paper on the ADF Paper Chute.
• Hit any button on the Operator Panel.
Do not press down the Power button for more than 2 seconds.
This will turn off the scanner.
• Execute a command from the scanner driver.
NO
The scanner operation is normal.
Does the display remain blank even after you have turned
ON the scanner again?
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Scanning does not start.
Did you unlock the Transport Lock?
(Flatbed type)
NO
Turn OFF the scanner and unlock the Transport Lock.
For how to unlock the Transport Lock, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables"
in the Getting Started.
YES
Reload the document correctly on ADF Paper Chute.
Is the document loaded correctly on the ADF Paper
Chute?
NO
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Is the ADF closed completely?
Remove the document in the ADF Paper Chute, open the ADF, and then close it
completely.
NO
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Is the interface cable connected correctly?
NO
Connect the interface cable correctly.
For how to connect the cable, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables" in the
Getting Started.
YES
Is the connector for the interface cable broken?
NO
Use a new interface cable and correctly connect it.
YES
Is the specified SCSI ID correctly set?
(when a SCSI interface cable is used)
NO
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Turn off the scanner and the computer, specify a correct SCSI ID. Turn on the
scanner again. Then, restart the computer.
For how to specify the SCSI ID, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables" in the
Getting Started.
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YES
The scanner operation is normal.
Does the scanning start after turning on the scanner
again?
YES
NO
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Did you select "halftoning" or "grayscale"?
In the scanner driver, select "halftoning" or "grayscale" before scanning
documents.(*1)
NO
YES
Are the upper/lower glasses inside the ADF clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
For how to clean the dirty locations, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (on page 114).
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
*1: When scanning pictures or photos simply in binary black-and-white
mode, the generated image might significantly differ from the originals.
If possible, set the image type on the scanner driver to "halftoning" or
"grayscale" before scanning.
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Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
When scanning with the ADF:
Are the upper/lower glasses or rollers inside the ADF
clean?
When scanning with the Flatbed:
Is the Document Holding Pad clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
For how to clean the dirty locations, refer to"Chapter 6 Daily Care" (on page 114).
NO
Specify a higher resolution in the scanner driver.
NO
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Is "Binary (black-and-white)" mode selected?
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Is the specified resolution appropriate?
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NO
YES
Is there any debris (paper powder or dust) on the
document?
YES
Remove the debris from the document.
Such debris on the document may be transferred onto the upper/lower glasses
and/or rollers inside the ADF or onto the Document Holding Pad of the Flatbed,
causing the scanned images dirty.
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NO
*1: When scanning with "halftone," "grayscale," or
"color"specified, the scanned image might not become
sharp and clear. If possible, set the image type to
"Binary (black and white)" in the scanner driver.
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Images are distorted or blurred.
When scanning with the ADF:
Are the upper/lower glasses or rollers inside the ADF
clean?
When scanning with the Flatbed:
Is the Document Holding Pad clean?
Clean the dirty locations.
For how to clean the dirty locations, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care" (on page 114).
NO
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Do not press down on the top of the ADF or place any heavy objects on the ADF
during scanning.
Was the ADF pressed down during scanning? Were some
heavy objects placed on the ADF during scanning?
YES
NO
Do not allow anything to cause the scanner to vibrate while scanning.
Was something causing the scanner to vibrate during
scanning?
YES
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Install the scanner on a flat, level surface. Or, attach the rubber pads.
Is the scanner installed on a flat, level surface? Or, is the
scanner attached with rubber pads on its bottom?
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YES
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shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Vertical lines appear in scanned images.
YES
Clean the Document Bed of the Flatbed.
For how to clean the Document Bed, refer to "6.3 Cleaning the Flatbed (Flatbed
Type Only)" (on page 122).
YES
Clean the upper/lower glasses and rollers inside the ADF.
For how to clean the glasses and rollers, refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page
117).
Did you scan the document from the flatbed?
(Flatbed type)
NO
Are the upper/lower glasses and rollers inside the ADF
dirty?
NO
Is there any debris (paper powder or dust) on the document?
YES
NO
Remove the debris from the document.
Such debris on the document may be transferred onto the upper/lower glasses
and rollers inside the ADF or the Document Bed of the Flatbed, producing vertical
lines in the scanned images.
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Function Number Display indicates an error code
(alphabetical letter plus number) alternately after
the scanner is turned ON.
Did you unlock the Transport Lock?
(Flatbed type)
NO
Turn OFF the scanner and unlock the Transport Lock, then turn ON the scanner
again.
For how to unlock the Transport Lock, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables"
in the Getting Started.
YES
The scanner operation is normal.
Does the Function Number Display indicate any error after
turning ON the scanner again?
NO
YES
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Multifeed errors occur frequently.
Does the document satisfy the requirements
described in Precautions in "Paper Quality" (page
42)?
Use the document that satisfies the requirements.
For the document requirements, refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded Documents" (on page 42).
NO
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With the Multifeed Detection set to ON, do the
settings configured satisfy the requirements to
detect multifeeds correctly?
NO
Configure the settings for detecting multifeeds correctly.
For the multifeed detection conditions, refer to "Multifeed Detection Conditions" (page 45).
Specify the multifeed detection range, if needed, by referring to "Detecting Multifeeds" (page
108).
YES
Did you scan very thick media such as a plastic
card?
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NO
Did you fan the document before loading it on the
scanner?
NO
YES
Has the document just been printed out on a
copier or laser printer?
YES
NO
Is the document stack less than 20 mm (0.79 in.)
thick (10 mm (0.39 in.) when the document size is
larger than A4/Letter)?
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Reduce the number of sheets of the document stack.
NO
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YES
Are all the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
Correctly install the consumables (*1).
For how to install the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on page 123).
NO
YES
Is any of the consumables (*1) dirty?
Clean the dirty consumables (*1).
For how to clean the consumables, refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page 117).
YES
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Is any of the consumables (*1) worn out?
YES
NO
*1 : Pick Rollers and Brake Rollers
Check the consumables counters. Replace the consumables, if needed.
For information on how to replace the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on
page 123).
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items shown in
"8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on page 152), and then
contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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Pickup errors occur frequently.
.1
Does the document satisfy the requirements described in
Precautions in "Paper Quality" (page 42)?
NO
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
For information about the document requirements, refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded
Documents" (on page 42).
YES
Fan the document before loading, or reduce the number of sheets of the document
to load.
Did you fan the document before loading it on the ADF
Paper Chute?
NO
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Are all the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
NO
Correctly install the consumables.
For how to install the consumables (*1), refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on
page 123).
YES
Is any of the consumables (*1) dirty?
YES
Clean the dirty consumables.
For how to clean the consumables (*1), refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page
117).
YES
Check the consumables counters. Replace the consumables, if needed.
For how to replace the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on page
123).
NO
Is any of the consumables (*1) worn out?
NO
*1 : Pick Rollers and Brake Rollers
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Paper jams occur frequently.
NO
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
For information about the document requirements, refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded
Documents" (on page 42).
YES
Clean the ADF or remove the debris from the ADF.
For how to clean the inside of the ADF, refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page
117).
NO
Correctly install the consumables (*1).
For how to install the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on page
123).
Does the document satisfy the requirements described in
Precautions in "Paper Quality" (page 42)?
YES
Is there any debris inside the ADF?
NO
Are all the consumables (*1) installed correctly?
Clean the dirty consumables (*1).
For how to clean the consumables, refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page 117).
Is any of the consumables (*1) dirty?
YES
NO
Is any of the consumables (*1) worn out?
YES
*1 : Pick Rollers and Brake Rollers
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NO
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Replace the consumables (*1), if needed.
For how to replace the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on page
123).
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Scanned images are elongated when scanned
from the ADF.
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Are the rollers dirty?
Clean the rollers.
For how to clean the rollers, refer to "6.2 Cleaning the ADF" (on page 117).
YES
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NO
Does the document satisfy the requirements described in
Precautions in "Paper Quality" (page 42)?
NO
Use documents that satisfy the requirements.
For information about the document requirements, refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded
Documents" (on page 42).
YES
Is any of the consumables (*1) worn out?
YES
Check the consumables counters. Replace the consumables, if needed.
For how to replace the consumables, refer to "Chapter 7 Consumables" (on page
123).
NO
Did you adjust the scan scale?
NO
YES
In the [Device Setting] menu in the Software Operation Panel, adjust the scan
scale in the feeding direction.
For how to adjust the scan scale, refer to "Adjusting the Starting Position for
Scanning [Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment]" (page 169).
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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There is a shadow on leading edge of scanned
image.
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Did you adjust the offset (starting position for scanning the
document)?
NO
YES
In the [Device Setting] menu in the Software Operation Panel, adjust the scan
scale in the vertical scanning direction.
For how to adjust the scan scale, refer to "Adjusting the Starting Position for
Scanning [Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment]" (page 169).
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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The scanner is not recognized by your computer
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Is the interface cable connected properly between the
scanner and the computer?
NO
Connect the interface cable correctly.
For how to connect cables, refer to "Chapter 3 Connecting the Cables" in the
Getting Started."
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YES
Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1:
Is "Fujitsu fi-6670" or "Fujitsu fi-6770" selected in Scanner
Configuration Utility (*1)?
Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2:
Is "Fujitsu fi-6670A" or "Fujitsu fi-6770A" selected in Scanner Configuration Utility (*1)?
NO
Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1:
Select Fujitsu fi-6670 or Fujitsu fi-6770 in Scanner Configuration Utility.
If they are not found in the list of scanners, then uninstall Kofax VRS, and then
install VRS (fi-6670,fi-6770) with the [INSTALL(Custom)] menu in the SETUP
DVD-ROM.
Connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2:
Select Fujitsu fi-6670A or Fujitsu fi-6770A in Scanner Configuration Utility.
If they are not found in the list of scanners, then uninstall Kofax VRS, and then
install VRS (fi-6670A,fi-6770A) with the [INSTALL(Custom)] menu in the SETUP
DVD-ROM.
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Is the scanner’s SCSI ID set to "9"?
(for the case the connection is via SCSI/USB Connector 2)
YES
NO
*1 : To start the Scanner Configuration Utility, select [start] D [All Programs] D [Kofax VRS] D [Scanner Configuration Utility].
If you cannot solve the problem after taking the measures above, check the items
shown in "8.4 Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service Provider" (on
page 152), and then contact the dealer where you purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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Check the following items before contacting the dealer where
you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
Scanner model
name
■Troubles at personal computer connection
Item
General Details
Item
Troubles
Findings
Example: fi-6670
For the scanner model names, refer to "8.5
Checking Labels on the Scanner" (on page 154).
Serial No.
Example: 000001
For the serial numbers, refer to "8.5 Checking
Labels on the Scanner" (on page 154).
OS version
(Windows)
Example: 2008-05 (May 2008)
For the production date, refer to "8.5 Checking
Labels on the Scanner" (on page 154).
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message
Type of interface
Example: SCSI interface
Type of interface
controller
Item
Scan Parameters
Example: Adaptec's SCSI Card AHA-2940AU
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Date of purchase
Main purpose of use
Symptom
Last cleaning date
Frequency of
trouble
Last consumables
replacement date
Do you have
warranty for this
product?
Operator panel
status
Name of option
used
Findings
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Example: fi-667PR
For the options, refer to "A.4 Scanner Options"
(on page 195).
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■Imaging system troubles
Item
Findings
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Scanner driver and
its version
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Interface controller
Example: Adaptec's SCSI Card AHA-2940AU
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Application software
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Scan type
Example: Front Side, Back Side, Duplex
Resolution
Example: 600 dpi, 75 dpi
Image mode
Example: Color, Grayscale, Binary (black&white)
■Other
Item
Can both the photograph showing the
original document
conditions and the
scanned image be
sent by e-mail or
fax?
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8.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner
Introduction
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 (example): Indicates scanner information.
MODEL fiPART NO.
SER. NO.
DATE
200 -
V
A
kg
-
Barcode printing area
MADE IN
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ADF Type:
Label A
Label B (example): Indicates various standards that the
scanner conforms with.
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Scanner
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This chapter explains how settings are made for the scanner using the Software Operation Panel.
Here, Windows Vista screen samples are used to explain the operations. The screens and operations may differ slightly if
the OS that you are using is other than Windows vista.
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9.3 Settings Related to Consumables and Useful Life Counters... 165
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9.4 Settings Related to Scanning .................................................. 169
9.5 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection .................................. 180
9.6 Settings Related to Wait Time ................................................. 186
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9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel
The Software Operation Panel (SOP) is installed together with
the scanner drivers (TWAIN and ISIS).
With this application, you can configure various settings for
operating the scanner and for managing its consumables.
1
Confirm if the scanner is connected correctly to your
computer, then power on the scanner.
For how to turn on the scanner, refer to "1.4 Turning the Scanner ON
and OFF" (on page 31).
2
Select the [start] menu D [All Programs] D [Scanner
Utility for Microsoft Windows] D [Software Operation
Panel].
⇒ The [FUJITSU Software Operation Panel] dialog box appears.
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Using the Software Operation Panel, you can configure the
following settings for the scanner that is connected to a
computer.
Device Setting
1
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page 156).
2
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
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Item
Page Counter
(Consumables
counters)
Explanation
Selectable Parameters
After cleaning/Brake Roller/Pick Roller
For evaluating the consumable
replacement cycle.
Remaining Ink (only when the imprinter
Use this function to reset the
option for fi-6670/fi-6670A is installed)
counters after replacing the consumables.
Default
0 pages
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Yes
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes
Shown only
when the
imprinter
option for fi6670/fi6670A is
installed.
Power saving
Specify the waiting time before
entering the Power saving mode.
Setting range: 15 to 55 min. (in steps of 15 min.
5 min.)
Offset
Adjust the starting position for the
document scanning.
Unit:
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1:
ADF (Front), ADF (Back) (fi-6670/fi6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only)
Flat Bed (Flatbed type only)
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2:
ADF (Back), Flat Bed (fi-6770/fi-6770A
only)
Main/Sub:
0 mm
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Main/Sub: -2 mm to 3 mm (in steps of
0.5 mm)
Vertical magnification Adjust the magnification in the
Adjustment
feeding direction on the scanning
side specified for [Unit].
Yes: Configurable
Unit: ADF, Flat Bed (Flatbed type only)
Setting range: -3.1 to 3.1% (in steps of
0.1%)
0%
Yes
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Device Setting 2
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page 156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2].
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Clicking a desired item on the tree listing one the list shows its related
parameters on the right.
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Selecting each item displays detailed settings (parameters) in
the right part of the dialog box.
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Explanation
Selectable Parameters
Default
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes: Configurable
No: Not configurable
Multifeed
Page Edge Filler
(ADF)
Page Edge Filler
(FB)
Dropout color
Select the method to detect multifeeds. Check either of overlapping
or document length, or both.
Can also be specified from the
scanner driver’s setting dialog box.
Note the setting with the scanner
driver is given a priority.
None/Check Overlapping [Ultrasonic]/
Check Length/Check Overlapping and
Length
Selectable length (to be detected as
length difference): 10, 15 or 20 mm
Fill the specified width of the end
sections on the scanned image
with white or black color.
When the backing (background)
color is white, the end sections are
filled with white; and when the
background color is black, filled
with black.
Can also be specified from the
scanner driver’s setting dialog box.
Note the setting with a larger value
is given a priority.
The setting here is not applied
when Kofax VRS is used.
ADF:
Top/Left/Right: 0 to 15 mm
Bottom: -7 to 7 mm (in increments of 1
mm)
FB:
Top/Bottom/Left/Right: 0 to 15 mm
Drop out a preselected color for
the scanned image (binary black &
white/grayscale mode only).
Can also be specified from the
scanner driver’s setting dialog box.
Note the setting with the scanner
driver is given a priority.
Check
Overlapping
[Ultrasonic]
Top/Bottom/
Left/Right: 0
mm
Yes
Yes
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No
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No
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Item
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Selectable Parameters
Default
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes: Configurable
No: Not configurable
Pre-pick
Document check
area specification for Multifeed
Detection
Intelligent Multifeed Function
Yes
Yes
No
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To give a higher priority to
processing speed, select [Yes], if
not, select [No].
Can also be specified from the
scanner driver’s setting dialog box.
Note the setting with the scanner
driver is given a priority.
Yes/No
Selected range: Check this item
when limiting the range of detecting multifeeds. You can determine
if multifeed detection is enabled or
disabled for the specified area.
Check or do not check "Selected range"
Do not
check
Enable/Disable
(when "Selected range" is checked)
Disable
Start: Specify the start point of the
check area in length (mm) from the
top edge of the document.
0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2 mm)
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End: Specify the end point of the
check area in length (mm) from the
top edge of the document.
0 to 510 mm (in increments of 2 mm)
0 mm
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Bypass multifeed detection by
remembering the pattern (size and
location) of glued paper on the
document.
Note that you need to select
"Check Overlapping" beforehand
by referring to "Multifeed Detection" (on page 180).
Manual Mode/Auto Mode 1/Auto Mode 2
Manual
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Item
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Selectable Parameters
Default
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes: Configurable
No: Not configurable
10,000
sheets
Do not
check
Yes
Yes
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Displays the time to clean the
consumables. When the number of
sheets scanned exceeds the value
of this counter, the background
color of the counter turns yellow
and a cleaning instruction is
prompted from the scanner driver.
The cleaning instruction is not
displayed when Kofax VRS is
used.
1,000 to 255,000 sheets (in increments
of 1,000)
Show cleaning instructions: Check/Do
not check
When the value of the page
counter (consumables counter)
(refer to "9.3 Settings Related to
Consumables and Useful Life
Counters" (on page 165)) exceeds
a value specified here, the
background color of the counter
turns yellow, and a replacing
instruction is displayed from the
scanner driver.
10,000 to 2,550,000 sheets (in increments of 10,000) for each consumable
SCSI Bus Width
Specify the data transfer width
when the connection is via SCSI
Connector 2 on the CGA board.
16 bit (Wide)/8 bit
16 bit (Wide)
No
Yes
Consumables
AutoCrop Boundary
Select whether to round up or
down the fractional part of
scanned image data.
Round Up/Round Down
Round Down
Yes
No
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Selectable Parameters
Default
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes: Configurable
No: Not configurable
Manual-feed
timeout
Specify the waiting time to disable
manual feeding.
Disable/Enable
Waiting time setting when this option is
enabled:
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1:
5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100,
110, 120, 180, 240, 300, 360, 420, 480,
540, 600, 900, 1200, 1500, 1800, 1999
(in seconds)
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2:
5, 10, 20, 30 (in seconds)
Disable
Yes
Yes
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Power SW
Control
Specify whether or not to enable
power switch by using the [Power]
button on the Operator Panel.
Enable power switch/Disable power
switch
Enable
power switch
Yes
Yes
Scan Setting for
Document with
Tab
For a document that includes
index sheets or a document with
index stickers (or tabs) attached at
its bottom edge, you can specify
whether or not to include the index
portion (or tab) images during
scanning with Auto Paper Size
Detection setting. When
"Document with tab" is selected,
the tab (index) image is included in
the document page image.
Scanning speed with this setting,
however, slows down to a certain
degree.
Once this setting is enabled, the
the [Scan Setting for Document in
Dark Background Color] option will
automatically be disabled.
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 1:
Document with tab/Document without
tab/Non-rectangular document
Document
without tab
Yes
Yes
For connection via SCSI/USB Connector 2:
Document with tab/Document without
tab
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Item
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Selectable Parameters
Default
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 1
Connection via
SCSI/USB
Connector 2
Yes: Configurable
No: Not configurable
Scan Setting for
Document in
Dark Background
Color
Overcrop/Undercrop
Pick Pressure
Disable
Specify whether or not to detect
the edge of document in a dark
background color during scanning.
You can specify a density of
background color so the edge will
be detected correctly.
Once this option is enabled, the
settings for scanning documents
with tabs will automatically be
disabled.
Disable/Enable
Density of background color: 1 to 5
levels
Adjust the output image scanned
by enabling the Automatic Page
Size Detection option.
Overcrop: 0 mm to 3 mm (in increments
of 1 mm)
Undercrop: -3 mm to 0 mm (in increments of 1 mm)
0 mm
Specify the pick pressure for
feeding documents.
Low/Mid/High
Mid
No
Yes
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9.3 Settings Related to Consumables and Useful Life Counters
Introduction
Confirming and Resetting the Counters
■Confirming the counters
1
2
In this dialog box, you can confirm the following items:
Item
Description
Total Page Count
(ADF)
Total sheets scanned using the ADF
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
Total Page Count
(FB)
Total sheets scanned using the Flatbed
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
After cleaning
Total sheets scanned after last cleaning
Brake Roller
Number of sheets scanned since last
replacement of Brake Rollers
Pick Roller
Number of sheets scanned since last
replacement of Pick Rollers
Remaining Ink
Remaining ink in the imprinter's (sold
separately) print cartridge.
(Displayed only when the imprinter option
is mounted.)
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
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■Resetting the counters
■Replacing and Cleaning Instructions
Reset the consumables counter(s) every time you replace the
consumable(s). Follow the procedure below.
The following may sometimes appear while using the scanner:
Replacing instruction:
1
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According to the instruction displayed, clean the scanner or
replace the consumables.
2
Click the [OK] button on the confirmation message
displayed.
⇒ The counter is reset to 0.
The remaining ink indication (percentage) is reset to 100.
3
In the Software Operation Panel, click the [OK] button.
When you click the [Ignore] button, the cleaning instruction
disappears and the scanning continues. You may be able to
continue the scanning for a while, however, it is recommended
that you replace the consumable(s) as soon as possible.
To stop the scanning and replace the consumable(s) right
away, click the [Cancel] button.
For how to replace the consumables, refer to the following
sections:
Pick Roller; see "7.2 Replacing the Pick Rollers" (on page 125).
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Brake Roller; see "7.3 Replacing the Brake Roller" (on page 127).
For how to clean the scanner, refer to "Chapter 6 Daily Care"
(on page 114).
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Cycle for Cleaning the Scanner
[Cleaning Cycle]
You can specify the cycle for cleaning the scanner.
If the value of the page counter (consumables counter)
exceeds a value specified here, the background color of the
counter will turn yellow. You can also specify whether or not to
receive a cleaning instruction (on page 166).
1
Specify a value to determine when to clean the scanner.
The specifiable value is from 1,000 to 255,000 in increments of 1,000.
You can specify whether or not to receive a cleaning instruction.
!
The cleaning instruction does not appear when Kofax
VRS is used.
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
3
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
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[Useful life counter]
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You can change the cycle for replacing the consumables.
If the value of the page counter (consumables counter)
exceeds a value specified here, the background color of the
counter will turn yellow, and a replacing instruction (on page
166) will appear.
1
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Useful life counter].
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Specify a value for the life cycle for replacing each
consumable (Pick Roller and Brake Roller).
You can specify a value ranging from 10,000 to 255,000 in increments
of 10,000.
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9.4 Settings Related to Scanning
Adjusting the Starting Position for Scanning
[Offset/Vertical Magnification Adjustment]
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Adjust the offset/scan scale as necessary.
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When the position of the scanned image is not correct or the
image looks elongated in a vertical direction, use the following
procedure to adjust the offset and the scan scale for correction.
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The factory default settings are appropriate, so normally there
is no need to make any adjustment.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting]
and then click the [Offset] button.
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Select [ADF (front)] or [ADF (back)] (fi-6670/fi6670A/fi-6770/fi-6770A only), or [Flat Bed] (flatbed
type only) as the target of offset adjustment.
When the connection is via SCSI/USB Connector
2, the offset for scanning with the ADF is adjustable
for the back-side pages only.
Main
Adjusts the horizontal (widthwise) offset.
The setting range is from -2 mm to +3 mm in steps
of 0.5 mm.
Sub
Adjusts the vertical (lengthwise) offset.
The setting range is from -2 mm to +3 mm in steps
of 0.5 mm.
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Vertical
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Adjustment
Unit
Vertical
(lengthwise)
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Select [ADF] or [Flatbed] (flatbed type only) as
the target of vertical magnification adjustment.
Adjusts the vertical (lengthwise) magnification.
The setting range is from -3.1% to 3.1% in steps
of 0.1%.
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Eliminating Shadows or Stripes on the Scanned
Image Edge
[Page Edge Filler]
ADF
T: Top = 0 to 15 mm
B: Bottom= -7 to 7 mm
R: Right = 0 to 15 mm
L: Left = 0 to 15 mm
Depending on the type of document you scan, some shadow
of the document sheet edge may be reflected onto its scanned
image, and may turn out to be black thin lines on the image.
If this is the case, you can improve the output image by using
the "Page Edge Filler" function. This function fills the edge
portion of the image so that it looks clean.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Paper Edge Filter (ADF)] or [Page Edge Filler (FB)].
FB
T: Top = 0 to 15 mm
B: Bottom= 0 to 15 mm
R: Right = 0 to 15 mm
L: Left = 0 to 15 mm
(in 1 mm units)
The specified area is filled with white when the backing (or the
background of document) is white, and with black when the backing is
black.
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Note that if the target range of the Page Edge Filler is too
wide, some characters in the vicinity of the boundary may
be cut out.
• Unless otherwise specified, the background color is
white. You can also change it to "Black background"
using the scanner driver. If you are using the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 scanner driver, do the following to change
the backing color to black: Select the [Option] button,
and then select [Black background] from [Automatic
Size and Skew detection] on the [Rotation] tab.
• This setting can also be specified from the scanner
driver’s setting dialog box. Note the setting with a
larger value is given a priority.
• This setting is not applied when Kofax VRS is used.
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Specify the length for each margin; top, bottom, right, and
left, to fill it.
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Scanning with Particular Color(s) Dropped Out
[Dropout color]
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Select a color to drop out.
Red, Green, Blue: Red, green, or blue is dropped out.
White: No color is dropped out.
By using the "Dropout Color" function, you can scan
documents with the specified color removed from the light's
three primary colors, i.e., red, green, and blue. (This function
is available for the binary black and white setting as well as the
grayscale setting.)
For example, when you scan a document containing black text
with a green background, you can output an image of black
text only.
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The Software Operation Panel allows you to select colors
of red, green, and blue only. If you want to drop out other
colors, configure settings in the scanner driver. For how to
configure settings using the scanner driver, refer to
"Excluding Color(s) from Images (Dropout Color)" (on
page 79).
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This setting can also be specified from the scanner
driver’s setting dialog box. Note the setting with the
scanner driver is given a priority.
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Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
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Shorting the Scanning Intervals
[Pre-Pick]
In the case of consecutive scanning, you can direct the
scanner to previously pick the document to be scanned next.
This operation is called Pre-Pick.
By enabling "Pre-Pick," the time interval between the scanning
of two separate documents can be shortened.
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Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
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• While Pre-Pick is enabled, if you cancel the scanning
in process, you will have to eject all the pre-picked
document sheets and reload them.
• This setting can also be specified from the scanner
driver’s setting dialog box. Note the setting with the
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Pre-Pick].
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Configure settings for pre-picking.
Select [Yes] to enable Pre-pick, and select [No] to disable it.
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Cropping the Image Boundary
[AutoCrop Boundary]
Some fractional data may be generated in scanned images in
the process of scanning when [Auto Page Size Detection] is
on.
You can specify whether to include or exclude such fractional
data by specifying [AutoCrop Boundary].
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [AutoCrop Boundary].
3
Select whether to include or exclude the fractional data.
Select "Round Up" to prevent any exclusion of fractional data from
scanned images, and select "Round Down" to cut it off.
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• When scanning a document with text just across its
bottom edge while "Round Down" is selected, some
pixel data there may be lost.
• Selecting "Round Up" can prevent data loss, but it may
generate black lines near the bottom edge, instead.
• For how to specify Auto Paper Size Detection, refer to
"Automatically Correcting Skewed Document Images"
(on page 87).
This setting is not applied when Kofax VRS is used.
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Configuring the Data Transfer Width
[SCSI Bus Width]
You can configure the width of data transfer when your
computer is connected to the scanner via SCSI Connector 2
on the CGA Board.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [SCSI Bus Width].
Scan Setting for Documents with Tabs or NonRectangular Documents
[Scan Setting for Documents with Tab (Automatic
Paper Size Detection)]
When configuring settings to scan a non-rectangular
document with a tab (index) or tab (index) sticker at the its
bottom, you can scan and include such a tab or tab sticker in
the scanned image when [Automatic Paper Size Detection] is
selected.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Scan Setting for Documents with Tab (Automatic Paper
Size Detection)].
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Select [16 bit(Wide)] or [8 bit].
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does not support Ultra Wide SCSI.
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Select [Non-rectangular document], [Document with tab],
or [Document without tab].
Item
Description
Non-rectangular
document
Scan extra 120 mm from the detected
bottom edge of the document.
Document with tab
Scan extra 20 mm from the detected
bottom edge of the document.
Document without
tab
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Terminates scanning at the time the
bottom edge of the document is detected.
• The scanning speed slows down if [Document with
tab] or [Non-rectangular document] is selected.
• When scanning a document with tab or a non-rectangular document, refer to "Loading Documents with
Tabs or Non-Rectangular Documents" (on page 45).
• For how to specify "Auto Paper Size Detection," refer
to "Automatically Correcting Skewed Document
Images" (on page 87).
• When the connection is via SCSI/USB Connector 2,
note that:
- You cannot select [Non-rectangular document].
- If you scan a document having a tab, which is
smaller than A5, the tab image (in part or whole)
may be lost.
- you cannot enable this setting together with [Scan
Setting for Document in Dark Background Color]. If
you enable this setting, the setting for [Scan Setting
for Document in Dark Background Color] will automatically be disabled.
Scan Setting for The Document Whose One Side
Is in Dark Background Color
[Scan Setting for Document in Dark Background
Color]
You can specify whether or not to detect the edge of document
in a dark background color during scanning.
You can specify a density of background color so the edge will
be detected correctly.
If this option is enabled, the settings for scanning documents
with tabs will automatically be disabled.
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Scan Setting for Document in Dark Background Color]
D [Enable].
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Specify the density of background color.
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• Increasing the density level may cause incorrect edge
detection due to some dust in the paper feeding path.
• You cannot enable this setting together with [Scan
Setting for Documents with Tab (Automatic Paper Size
Detection)]. If you enable this setting, the setting for
[Scan Setting for Documents with Tab (Automatic
Paper Size Detection)] will automatically be disabled.
Adjusting the Scanned Document Output Images
[Overcrop/Undercrop]
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You can adjust the size of the scanned document output
image detected with the [Automatic Paper Size Detection]
option.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Overcrop/Undercrop].
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Use the slider control to adjust the scanned document
output image.
Item
Adjusting the Paper Picking Pressure
[Pick Pressure]
Introduction
Description
Overcrop
Crops the scanned document image a little larger
than the actual size, leaving black background
margins outside the image so that the data on the
edge of the image will not be lost.
The specifiable range is from 0 mm to 3 mm in increments of 1 mm.
Undercrop
Crops the scanned document image a little smaller
than the actual size, leaving no black margins on the
edge of the image.
The specifiable range is from -3 mm to 0 mm in
increments of 1 mm.
Scanning a thick document at a regular paper picking
pressure may force the Feed Rollers of the scanner to spin
free without catching the document properly, causing scanning
retries.
To avoid this, you can use this option to adjust the pick
pressure to scan such documents.
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With the Overcrop option on; if the document you
scanned is wide, the black margins outside the document
may not be included in the scanned image.
The scanned document output image will not be adjusted
if 0 mm has been selected using the slider control.
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Pick Pressure].
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Specify the pick pressure for feeding your document.
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• Scanning thin paper with [High] may cause a paper
jam.
• Scanning thick paper with [Low] may not feed the
paper properly, just making the Feed Rollers to repeat
rotating freely.
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• Specifying [High] strengthens the feeding force of the
Feed Rollers, feeding hard-to-feed documents quickly.
• The [High] option is effective for scanning relativelythick documents.
• Specifying [Low] can scan even thin, delicate paper.
However, if you want to scan such thin document (if
not recommended), you must test-scan using a
dummy paper of the same paper quality beforehand to
prove that the paper can be scanned properly.
• The [Low] option is effective for scanning relativelythin documents.
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9.5 Settings Related to Multifeed Detection
Multifeed Detection
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Multifeed].
A "multifeed" is a feeding error that occurs when two or more
sheets in the ADF paper chute are fed simultaneously into the
scanner.
If you continue scanning document without knowing this multifeed error, you could skip some of important data while
scanning the document.
This scanner has the Multifeed Detection function to prevent
such troubles.
With the Multifeed Detection enabled, the scanner indicates
an error message and halts the scanning immediately at a
multifeed error.
Note that the Multifeed Detection is not available for the range
about 30 mm from the leading edge of document.
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Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
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Select one of the following detection methods.
Detection Method
None
Description
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Does not detect multifeeds.
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Detection Method
Description
Check Overlapping
(Ultrasonic)
Detects multifeeds by checking for
document overlapping.
When this option is selected, the following
two more detection options can be set:
• You can specify the multifeed detection
range by the length from the leading
edge of document. Go to "Specifying the
Multifeed Detection Range [Document
Check Area Specification for Multifeed
Detection]" (on page 182).
• If two or more sheets of paper of the
same size are stuck on the same
position of the document, you can
cancel the Multifeed Detection for that
area. Go to "Bypassing Multifeed Detection for a Fixed Format" (on page 110).
Check Length
Detects multifeeds by monitoring the difference of the document length.
Check Overlapping
and Length
Detects multifeeds when both [Check
Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] and [Check
Length] are selected.
Length
Select 10, 15, or 20 mm as the document
length difference, which is to be considered
as a Multifeed, when [Check Length] is
selected. If the detected document length
does not reach the selected length, it will be
recognized just as an error, and thus will not
be recognized as a multifeed.
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• When scanning documents of different lengths
together in the same stack, select [Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)].
• If something like a stamp, memo or photo is glued to
the document, specifying [Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] may wrongly detect the glued section
as an overlap error. When scanning such a document,
select [Checking Length] instead. Note you can also
select [Checking Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] by limiting
the detection range.
You can also use the scanner driver to configure the
settings above. In this case, the settings in the scanner
driver are given a priority.
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Specifying the Multifeed Detection Range
[Document Check Area Specification for
Multifeed Detection]
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Specify the detection range.
Detection Range
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Selected range
The following settings are available only when [Check
Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] is selected.
Must be checked to specify the detection
range.
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Document check area specification for Multifeed
Detection]. Then, select the [Selected range] checkbox.
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range
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Mark this checkbox to enable the settings
configured in this dialog box. Otherwise, let
the checkbox unmarked.Clearing this checkbox sets both the starting and ending
positions to "0," making the whole range of
the document to be checked for multifeeds.
None
Disables the Multifeed Detection for the specified range.
Enable
Enables the Multifeed Detection for the specified range.
Start
Specify the starting position of the detection
range from the leading edge of the document.
The configurable area is from 0 to 510 mm in
2 mm increments, where the starting position
is less than the ending position.
End
Specify the ending position of the detection
range from the leading edge of the document.
The configurable area is from 0 to 510 mm in
2 mm increments, where the starting position
is less than the ending position.
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Setting Example 1: Selected range = Enable,
Start = 50 mm, End = 200 mm
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Feeding direction
• Once the starting and ending positions are set to "0,"
the whole range of the document will be checked for
multifeeds regardless of whether "Enable" or
"Disable" is selected under [Selected range].
• To disable the Multifeed Detection for the entire
document, select [Disable] and configure the settings
so the starting position will be "0," and the ending
position be equal to or not smaller than the
"document length."
• If the starting position is set larger than the document
length; with [Disable], the whole range covering the
entire document length will be checked; with [Enable],
the Multifeed Detection will be disabled.
• To detect multifeeds, the detection range should be at
least 5 mm in length.Configure the settings so the
ending position minus the starting position be 6 mm
or more.
• You can also specify the starting and ending positions
in either of the following ways:
- Create a square or rectangle to indicate the
detection range by dragging your mouse pointer
within the displayed image in the dialog box.
- Drag the handle for the detection range to change
the starting and ending positions using the mouse
pointer within the displayed image in the dialog box.
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Unit: mm
A multifeed error will be detected only for the blue-shaded
area in the figure above.
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Setting Example 2 : Selected range = Enable,
Start = 0 mm, End =0 mm
Setting Example 3 (Bad Example): Selected range
= Enable, Start = 100 mm, End =102 mm
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Feeding direction
2
300
Unit: mm
A multifeed error will be detected only for the blue-shaded
area in the figure above.
When [Check Overlapping(Ultrasonic)] is selected, the multifeed detection ratio may drop if the document sheet(s) are
glued or electrostatically adhered to each other.
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Since the detection range (length) is less than the minimum
value (5 mm), the Multifeed Detection cannot be performed
correctly.
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Setting A Non-Multifeed-Detection Range
[Intelligent Multifeed Function]
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Select a desired operation mode, and then click the [OK]
button.
Operation Mode
You can bypass multifeed detection by letting the scanner
remembering the pattern (size and location) of glued paper on
the document.
Note that you need to select "Check Overlapping" beforehand
by referring to "Multifeed Detection" (on page 180).
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Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Manual Mode
Auto Mode 1
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Intelligent Multifeed Function].
Auto Mode 2
Description
The scanner stops scanning each time a multifeed error is detected. You can resume
scanning after reloading the multifed
document.
The scanner does not remember the size and
location of paper glued on the document.
The scanner remembers the size and location
of paper glued on the document when a multifeed error occurs and you reload the multifed
document on the ADF Paper Chute.
Multifeed Detection for this pattern is disabled
from the next scanning on.
The scanner remembers the size of paper
glued on the document when a multifeed error
occurs and you reload the multifed document
on the ADF Paper Chute.
Multifeed Detection for this pattern is disabled
from the next scanning on.
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Selecting the [Clear overlap pattern] checkbox clears the
overlapping pattern (size and/or location) memorized in
Auto Mode.
If you change the current mode to another, the remembered pattern (size and/or location) will automatically be
cleared.
To how to work further with the Intelligent Multifeed function, refer to
"Bypassing Multifeed Detection for a Fixed Format" (on page 110).
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9.6 Settings Related to Wait Time
Timeout for Manual Feeding
[Manual-feed timeout]
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From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Manual-feed timeout].
In Manual Feeding mode where you manually load documents
sheet by sheet, you can scan multiple batches of documents
continuously as a single file when you load the second stack
of document before the timeout time after loading the first
batch.
When the time has elapsed, the scanning terminates automatically, canceling manual feeding.
You can cancel the Manual Feeding mode immediately by
pressing the [Send to] button within the timeout period specified.
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Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
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Select whether to enable or disable [Manual feed timeout].
To enable the timeout setting, select the timeout period for manual
feeding until loading the next document after the previous one.
When [Manual feed timeout] is enabled, the scanner
waits for the document to be loaded within the specified
timeout period, even if scanning starts with no document
loaded in the ADF Paper Chute.
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Setting the Wait Time in Power Saving Mode
[Power saving]
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This scanner switches to power saving mode automatically to
save power when it remains unused for a certain period of
time.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting].
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Use the slide control bar to set the waiting time before
entering into power saving mode.
You can specify the waiting time in the range of 15 to 55 minutes (in
increments of 5 minutes).
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9.7 Settings Related to Power ON/OFF Control
Power ON/OFF Control
[Power SW Control]
This option is used to specify how to turn on/off the scanner.
You can select whether or not to power the scanner on/off by
using the [Power] button.
When this is disabled, use the main power switch.
1
Start up the Software Operation Panel.
Refer to "9.1 Starting Up the Software Operation Panel" (on page
156).
2
From the tree listing on the left, select [Device Setting 2]
D [Power SW Control].
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Select to enable or disable power on/off using the [Power]
button.
Select [Enable power switch] to enable the [Power] button; [Disable
power switch] to disable it.
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This section provides the following information:
A.1 Basic Specification ...............................................................190
A.2 Installation Specification.......................................................192
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A.3 Outer Dimensions ................................................................193
A.4 Scanner Options ..................................................................195
A.5 Uninstalling the Software .....................................................196
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A.1 Basic Specification
Introduction
Item
Specification
Note
Scanner model
fi-6670/fi-6670A
fi-6770/fi-6770A
fi-6750S
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Scanner type
ADF (automatic
document feeder)
ADF+ flatbed
ADF+ flatbed
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Image sensor
Color CCD x 2
(Front, Back)
Color CCD x 3
(Front, Back, Flatbed)
Color CCD x 2
(Front, Flatbed)
--
White cold cathode
fluorescent lamp x 2
(Front, Back)
White cold cathode
fluorescent lamp x 3
(Front, Back, Flatbed)
White cold cathode
fluorescent lamp x 2
(Front, Flatbed)
--
Light source
Scanning area
Mini
mum
ADF
A8 portrait (*1)
127 to 209 g/m2
(34 to 56.1 lb)
Maxi
mum
ADF
A3 or Double Letter
--
Long page
118.11 in. or 3 m
(*2)
Flatbed
--
Paper weight
Scanning speed
(A4/Letter,
landscape) (*4)
Binary (monochrome)
12.00 x 180.00 in. (304.8 × 457.2 mm)
--
A4/Letter or smaller: 31 to 209 g/m2 (8.3 to 56.1 lb)
Size larger than A4/Letter: 52 to 209 g/m2 (14.0 to 56.1 lb)
A8: 127 to 209 g/m2 (34 to 56.1 lb)
(*3)
Simplex: 90 sheets/min.; Duplex: 180 pages/min.
at 200 dpi
Simplex: 72 sheets/min.
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Grayscale
Color
Binary (monochrome)
Grayscale
Color
Simplex: 80 sheets/min.; Duplex: 160 pages/min.
Simplex: 72 sheets/min.
at 300 dpi
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Item
Specification
Scanner model
fi-6670/fi-6670A
Capacity of ADF
200 sheets
Optical resolution
Output resolution
fi-6770/fi-6770A
Note
fi-6750S
-A4/Letter,
80 g/m2 (21 lb) (*5)
600 dpi
--
Binary (monochrome)
50 to 600 dpi
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
Grayscale
50 to 600 dpi
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
Color
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50 to 600 dpi
Scalable in 1 dpi
increments
Grayscale level
8 bits per color
10 bits per color for
internal processing
Halftone pattern
Dither/error diffusion
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Interface (*6) (*7)
USB2.0/1.1 (*8)
B type
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high-density type
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Ultra Wide SCSI (fi-6670A/fi-6770A only)
Other function
Hardware real-time JPEG compression
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Scan Parameters
Shielded 68-pin
high-density type
Grayscale/color
*1 : For scanning with the ADF only. With the Flatbed, there is no minimum size limitation.
*2 : For a document longer than 864 mm or 34.02 inches, you need to specify a resolution of 200 dpi or less.
*3 : Values measured when using the ADF. There is no limit of paper weight when document is scanned with the Flatbed.
*4 : The maximum hardware limitation. Software processing time such as data transfer time is added to the actual scanning time.
*5 : The maximum capacity varies depending on the paper weight. For details, refer to "2.2 ADF-Loaded Documents" (on page42).
*6 : You cannot use both SCSI and USB 2.0/1.1 interfaces at the same time.
*7 : You cannot connect multiple computers to the scanner using each type of interface cables at the same time.
*8 : If you connect the scanner with USB 2.0, it is required that the USB port and the Hub are compliant with USB2.0. The scanning speed may slow down
when you connect the scanner with USB1.1.
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A.2 Installation Specification
Introduction
Item
Scanner model
fi-6670/fi-6670A
fi-6770/fi-6770A
Outer dimensions (width x depth x height) (*1)
641 x 432 x 300 mm (“2)
(25.2 x 17.0 x 11.8 in.)
690 x 500 x 342 mm
(27.2 x 19.7 x 13.5 in. )
Installation space (width x depth x height) (*3)
1179 x 686 x 390 mm
(46.4 x 27.0 x 15.4 in.)
1030 x 700 x 640 mm
(40.6 x 27.6 x 25.2 in. )
17 kg (37.5 lb)
35 kg (77.2 lb)
Weight
Input power
Voltage range
100 to 240 Vac ±10%
Phase
Single phase
Frequency range
50/60 ± 3 Hz
Operating
216 W or less
Power saving
fi-6670 : 6 W or less
fi-6670A : 9.1 W or less
Temperature
Operating : 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F); Non-operating: -20 to 60°C (-4 to +140°F)
Humidity
Operating: 20 to 80%; Non-operating: 8 to 95%
Operating
186 Kcal/Hr or less
Power saving
fi-6670 : 5.2 Kcal/Hr or less
fi-6670A : 7.8 Kcal/Hr or less
fi-6770 : 5.2 Kcal/Hr or less
fi-6770A : 7.8 Kcal/Hr or less
Shipping weight
25 kg (55. 1 lb)
44 kg (97.0 lb)
Support warranty period
5 years
Power consumption
Ambient condition
Calorific value
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*1 : The depth excludes the ADF Paper Chute and Stacker dimensions.
*2 : The width excludes the Operator Panel dimensions.
*3 : Reference values necessary for scanning A4/Letter sized documents.
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fi-6770A : 9.1 W or less
fi-6750S : 6 W or less
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A.3 Outer Dimensions
Introduction
The outer dimensions are as follows:
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1.1 in.
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17.0 in.
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䋨300䋩
11.8 in.
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7.6 in.
(329)
13.0 in.
(641)
25.2 in.
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5.0 in.
(Unit: mm/inches)
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㧔500㧕
19.7 in.
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25.2 in.
641
5.0 in.
128
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13.5 in.
7.6 in.
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690
27.2 in.
(Unit: mm/inches)
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A.4 Scanner Options
Introduction
Product Name
Imprinter
Model
FI-667PR
P/N
PA03576-D101
Scanner
fi-6670
fi-6670A
Description
An imprinter option available for the ADF-type scanner model.
Prints alphanumeric character string onto the back side of scanned
document.
Use of this imprinter prints user’s name, date, and/or serial number for file
management.
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Black Document
Pad
FI-575BK
PA03338-D960
fi-6770
fi-6770A
fi-6750S
A quick-replacement-type document pad useful for scanning documents
in black background when loading from the flatbed.
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VRS option
FI-677CGA
PA03576-K001
fi-6670
fi-6770
An image processing hardware option for FUJITSU image scanner fiseries.
Combined use of this with dedicated application "Kofax® VRS" achieves
advanced image processing at a high speed.
Built into the fi-6670A/fi-6770A as the standard feature.
Scan Parameters
For details, contact the store where you purchased the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
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A.5 Uninstalling the Software
Introduction
1
• To remove the Error Recovery Guide, select:
[Error Recovery Guide for fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S]
• To remove the Software Operation Panel, select:
[Software Operation Panel]
(Installed automatically when the FUJITSU TWAIN32 and ISIS
scanner drivers are installed.)
• To remove the Kofax VRS, select:
[Kofax VirtualReScan]
• To remove the manuals, select:
[fi-Scanner manuals fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S]
• To remove Quick Scan Pro™, select:
[Quick Scan]
• To remove Adobe Acrobat, select:
[Adobe Acrobat Standard]
Start your computer.
!
Be sure to log on as a user with "Administrator" privileges.
2
Exit all applications.
3
Select the [start] menu D [Control Panel] D [Uninstall a
program].
⇒ In the [Uninstall or change a program] window, you can view a list
of installed applications.
!
4
Displays may vary depending on the operating system
you are using. Follow the on-screen instructions on your
desktop.
Windows 2000:
• [Uninstall a program] D [Add/Remove Applications]
• [Uninstall] or [Uninstall/Change] button D [Add/
Remove] button
Windows XP:
• [Uninstall a program] D [Add or Remove Programs]
• [Uninstall] or [Uninstall/Change] button D [Change/
Remove] button
Select the target application as follows:
• To remove the FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver, select:
[Scanner Utility for Microsoft Windows]
• To remove ScandAll PRO, select:
[Fujitsu ScandAll PRO]
• To remove Scan to Microsoft SharePoint, select:
[Scan to Microsoft SharePoint]
• To remove the FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver, select:
[Fujitsu ISIS Drivers]
For how to uninstall Image Processing Software Option
(Trial version), refer to "Image Processing Software
Option User’s Guide."
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Click the [Uninstall] or [Uninstall/Change] button.
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6
When you see a confirmation message, click the [OK]
button or the [Yes] button.
⇒ Upon clicking the button, uninstallation is started.
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D
G
L
A4 size
Default settings
Gamma
Landscape
A5 size
Density
Gray scale
Landscape orientation
A6 size
Dither
H
Letter size
A7 size
Document jam
Halftone processing
Linedrawing mode
A8 size
Dpi
I
M
ADF (Automatic Document
Feeder)
Driver software
Image emphasis
Mirror image
Dropout color
Image processing
Moire Patterns
Automatic separation
Duplex reading mode
Interface
Multifeed detection
Automatic size/skew detection
E
Inversion (Reverse-image
reading)
N
B
Energy Star
IPC preset mode
O
Brake roller
Equipment Error
Error diffusion
OCR (optical character
recognition)
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Brightness
ISIS (Image Scanner Interface Specification)
C
F
Feed rollers
Operating temperature/
humidity
Consumables
Canadian DOC Regulations
ISIS (Image Scanner Interface Specification)
CCD (Charged Coupling
Device) Image Sensor
Filtering
J
Operator Panel
Flat bed
Jaggy images
Optical sensor
FCC
Job separation sheet
Outline extraction
Color balance
Eject rollers
Feed rollers
Noise removal
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P
S
T
U
Pad ASSY (Pad Assembly)
SCSI (Small Computer
System Interface)
Temporary Error
Ultrasonic sensor
Introduction
Terminator
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
SCSI-ID
Third Party Interface
W
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Pick roller
Separation roller
Threshold
White level follower
Pick start time
Simplex reading mode
TÜV
White Reference Stripe
Pixel (Picture Element)
Smoothing
Numbers
Portrait
Storage temperature/humidity
TWAIN (Technology Without
Any Interesting Name)
Photograph mode (White
level follower OFF)
Portrait orientation
R
Resolution
11 x 17 inches
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A
A
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.
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
A unit that allows the user to scan a number of pages consecutively. Fed documents are transported from the ADF paper
chute (or hopper) to the Stacker. Actual scanning operation is executed by the mechanism inside of this unit.
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Automatic separation
An image processing method in which the scanner automatically detects difference between text and photos, and chooses the
threshold accordingly. This function allows the scanner to switch between line mode and half tone mode in one pass.
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Automatic size/skew detection
A function that automatically detects the documents' page size and adjusts output data to the detected page size. Document
skewing is automatically detected and corrected for the output image.
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B
Brake roller
A roller that prevents two or more sheets of paper from being fed simultaneously into the ADF.
Brightness
Refers to the brightness of scanned images in this manual.
C
Canadian DOC Regulations
"A standard issued by Industry Canada, a department of the Canadian government, which sets out the technical requirements
relative to the radiated and conducted radio noise emissions from digital apparatus."
CCD (Charged Coupling Device) Image Sensor
A semiconductor device inside the scanner that registers light reflected from the original image and converts it into a digitized
(electronic) form. CCD technology is the basis of high-quality image acquisition in scanners, cameras, and other specialized
devices.
Color balance
Balance of colors in images.
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D
Consumables
Default settings
Pre-set values for optional menus.
Density
Scale of color's depths in images. In this manual, refers to a measurement of the depth of the display.
Dither
The process by which a group of dots is arranged to represent a shade of gray. The predetermined dot pattern simulates
shades of gray. This scanning process offers the advantage of reduce memory requirements compared to multilevel gray.
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Document jam
A warning that appears when document is jammed in the transport unit, or transportation is interrupted because the paper is
slipping.
Dpi
Dots per inch. Number of dots lined along one inch. A measurement of resolution normally used for scanners and printers.
Higher dpi means better resolution.
Driver software
In this manual, driver software refers to software that allows the scanning application software to communicate with the
scanner.
Dropout color
A color which is used in the document but does not appear in the read image.
Duplex reading mode
A mode for scanning both sides of the document in one pass.
E
Eject rollers
Rollers that transport documents from the ADF onto the Stacker.
Energy Star
ENERGY STAR is an international standard for energy-efficient electronic equipment. It was created by the US Environment
Protection Agency (EPA) in 1992. The standard program has now been adopted by several countries around the world.
Equipment Error
An error that cannot be fixed by the operator. The operator should call the manufacturer for service.
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
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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.
F
FCC
Acronym for "The Federal Communications Commission", an independent United States government agency which is in
charge of regulating interstate and international communications via radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The Part 15 of
the FCC regulations mentioned in this manual is designed to prevent harmful interferences on radio communication of radio
receivers and other devices which radiate radio frequency energy, and provides for the certification of radio receivers. It also
provides the certification of low power transmitters and the operation of certificated transmitters without a license.
Feed rollers
Rollers that feed documents through the ADF.
Filtering
A correction method that improves the read quality of handwritten documents. The read quality of images written in pencil or
ball-pointed 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.
Flat bed
An input device of the scanner, where documents are placed and scanned. Generally used for scanning pages out of a book,
or paper that is out of the feeding specification of the ADF. Also used to scan a small volume of documents by manual operation.
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Gamma
A unit of changes of images' brightness. It is expressed as a function of the electric input power to devices (scanner, display,
etc.) and an image's brightness. If the gamma rate is larger than 1, the brightness of an image increases and vice versa. In
order to adjust the brightness of an image close to the original, generally the gamma value is set to 1.
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Gray scale
A method for realizing the gradation from black to white on the scanned image. For example, when scanning monochrome
documents, the computer recognizes the documents as sets of black and white dots. In the Gray scale method, each dot
contains data regarding density of black. The original gradation of the documents is realized as the gradation of the density
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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.
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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 scanned with specified parameters.
Interface
The connection that allows communication from the computer to the scanner.
Inversion (Reverse-image reading)
In reverse-image reading, data is changed from black to white and vice versa.
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IPC preset mode
While reading binary images, it is necessary to set the scanner according to the quality of the sheet to be read. In this mode,
these settings can be performed in advance by corresponding each setting to a pattern number.
ISIS (Image Scanner Interface Specification)
A standard of API (Application Program Interface) or protocol for imaging devices (scanners, digital cameras, etc.) developed
by Pixel Translations, a division of Captiva Software. In order to use imaging devices designed on the ISIS standard, it is
necessary to install the driver software of the same standard.
J
Jaggy images
Images that have sharp projections or irregular shape on their edges.
Job separation sheet
A sheet inserted between documents in a batch for separating different jobs.
L
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A document is transported and read with the Short side parallel to the moving direction.
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A document is transported and scanned with the long side vertical to the moving direction.
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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.
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M
Mirror image
The read image is symmetrically flipped to produce a mirror image of the original detected in the main scanning direction.
Moire Patterns
Recurrent patterns on scanned images caused by incorrect settings of angles.
Multifeed detection
A scanner function which detects accidental feeding of multiple sheets into the ADF. This can be set as both enabled/disabled.
N
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. Common noise includes toner and fax particles. Noise reduction works via an algorithm that removes pixels up to 5 x 5
dots appart. A dot is 1/400 inch. A particle can be distinguished from a character as it is not connected to another dot within 5
pixels.
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OCR (optical character recognition)
Devices or technologies for identifying characters on documents and converting them into text data that can be manipulated.
The documents are checked by light and the differences of light reflection are recognized as character shapes.
Operating temperature/humidity
The temperature and humidity levels needed to assure the proper operation of the scanner.
Operator Panel
A panel consists of indicators and buttons. The operator panel is used to control scanner operations such as, selecting
features, and changing settings.
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Optical sensor
A type of sensor for detecting multi feeding by light transmission. It also detects multi feeding by recognizing differences in
length of documents.
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Outline extraction
The boundary between black and white areas is traced and the outline extracted for closed areas.
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Pad ASSY (Pad Assembly)
This part is used to separate a sheet of paper from a batch before feeding documents into the ADF. This assembly is made out
of rubber.
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 black-pixel density, making it suitable in scanning images such
as photographs having gradations.
Pick roller
Roller(s) that picks the page from the batch of paper in the paper chute and feed it into the ADF.
Pick start time
The period from the manual insertion of the document until picking starts after the document passes the hopper empty sensor.
Pixel (Picture Element)
The tiny dots that make up a scanned image.
Portrait
Orientation of documents or images. Documents/images are set or displayed vertically.
Portrait orientation
A document is transported and read with the long side parallel to the moving direction.
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R
Resolution
The measure of the details or grain of images displayed on a computer screen. As a metric of the resolution, dpi is customarily
used.
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SCSI (Small Computer System Interface)
An abbreviation for "Small Computer System Interface". SCSI is a standard for interfaces, used to connect devices such as
hard disks, scanners, etc. Up to seven devices can be connected through this interface (daisy chain). The data transfer rates
are different between "Fast SCSI" (Max. 10MB/sec.) and "Wide SCSI" (Max. 20MB/sec.).
SCSI-ID
Used to specify a particular SCSI device when the initiator selects a target or the target reconnects to the initiator.
Separation roller
A roller that separates the sheets of paper from each other.
Simplex reading mode
A mode for scanning only the front side of the document.
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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.
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Storage temperature/humidity
The temperature and humidity levels necessary for proper storage of the scanner.
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Temporary Error
An error that can be fixed by the operator.
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Terminator
Devices with a SCSI interface can be daisy-chained. A resistor that includes terminal circuits needs to be placed at both ends
of the SCSI chain when devices are daisy-chained. If a device (such as a scanner) is the last device in a chain, leaving an
interface connector unused, a Terminator therefore must be attached to provide those terminal circuits.
Third Party Interface
Used to install optional board provided by Fujitsu or interface board manufactured by a third party.
Threshold
A value used as a metric for judging a color as black or white. For scanning an image with gray gradation, this value must be
defined. The threshold setting determines which pixels are converted to black and which will become white.
TÜV
"An institution that controls products for conformity with various standards of security, usability and environmental matters."
TWAIN (Technology Without Any Interesting Name)
A standard for API (Application Program Interface) or protocol for imaging devices (scanners, digital cameras, etc.) developed
by TWAIN Working Group. In order to use devices that comply with this standard, it is necessary to install driver software
based on the same standard.
U
Ultrasonic sensor
A type of sensor for detecting multi feeding by ultrasonic sound. Scanners detect multi feeding by recognizing differences in
the amount of ultrasonic waves that penetrates the documents.
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
An abbreviation for "Universal Serial Bus". A standard for interfaces used to connect devices such as key boards, scanners,
etc. Up to 127 devices can be connected through this interface. USB devices can be plugged/unplugged without turning off
their power. Data transfer rates are different between the "Low speed mode" (1.5Mbps) and "High speed mode" (Max.
12Mbps).
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W
White level follower
A function to correct the difference between white colors in unbleached paper (e.g. wood containing paper, etc.) and in
scanned images.
White Reference Stripe
The white part located in the ADF that defines the lightest area in an image, causing all other areas to be adjusted accordingly.
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Contents
Index
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
Loading
Documents
Numbers
11 x 17 inches
A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries. Paper size is 11 x 17 inches.
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
Appendix
Glossary
209
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Index
Index
Index
A
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
F
ADF-Loaded Documents ................................................ 42
Advanced Scanning........................................................ 79
Features .......................................................................... 21
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver......................................... 67
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver ............................... 64
Functions of the Operator Panels.................................... 28
B
Basic Flow of Scanning Documents ............................... 33
Basic Specification ........................................................ 189
Before Contacting Your Dealer or Scanner Service
Provider................................................................. 151
C
H
How to Use ScandAll PRO.............................................. 51
How to Use This Manual .................................................. 2
I
Changing the ADF Position ............................................ 48
Checking Labels on the Scanner................................... 153
Cleaning Materials and Locations Requiring Cleaning.. 114
Cleaning the ADF .......................................................... 116
Cleaning the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only)..................... 121
Configurable Items ........................................................ 156
Consumables................................................................. 122
Consumables and the Replacement Cycles.................. 123
Conventions...................................................................... 7
Customizing the Hardware Settings .............................. 105
Installation Specification................................................ 191
Introduction....................................................................... 3
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Launching ScandAll PRO................................................ 53
Loading Documents ........................................................ 38
Loading Documents on the ADF ..................................... 39
Loading Documents on the Flatbed (Flatbed Type Only) 50
Daily Care
Options .......................................................................... 194
Outer Dimensions.......................................................... 192
Overview of ScandAll PRO ............................................. 52
Troubleshooting
Consumables
O
Daily Care...................................................................... 113
Errors Indicated on the Operator Panel......................... 131
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
L
D
E
Loading
Documents
Operational
Settings
P
Paper Jams ................................................................... 129
Power ON/OFF Control ................................................. 187
Power Save Mode ........................................................... 32
Appendix
Glossary
210
Index
Power SW Control ......................................................... 187
Precautions....................................................................... 9
U
Uninstalling the Software............................................... 195
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Introduction
R
Regulatory Information ..................................................... 5
Replacing the Brake Roller............................................ 126
Replacing the Pick Rollers............................................. 124
V
Various Scans ................................................................. 73
Scanner
Overview
Loading
Documents
S
Safety Information .......................................................... 11
Scan Parameters....................................................... 56, 63
Scanner Overview .......................................................... 20
Scanner Parts and Their Functions ................................ 22
Scanning Approaches .................................................... 57
Scanning Documents of Different Types or Sizes .......... 75
Scanning with Batch Scan.............................................. 61
Scanning with Scan ........................................................ 58
Selecting a Scanner Driver............................................. 54
Selecting a Scanner Model............................................. 55
Setting Post-Scan Operations and Handling .................. 87
Settings Related to Consumables and Useful Life
Counters ............................................................... 164
Settings Related to Multifeed Detection ........................ 179
Settings Related to Power ON/OFF Control.................. 187
Settings Related to Scanning ........................................ 168
Settings Related to Wait Time ....................................... 185
Starting Up the Software Operation Panel .................... 155
Summary ........................................................................ 74
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Consumables
Troubleshooting
T
Troubleshooting..................................................... 128, 135
Turning the Scanner On and Off .................................... 31
Operational
Settings
Appendix
Glossary
211
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Contents
Index
Introduction
Scanner
Overview
Loading
Documents
How to Use
ScandAll PRO
Scan Parameters
fi-6670(A)/fi-6770(A)/fi-6750S Image Scanner
Operator’s Guide
P3PC-2252-02ENZ0
Various
Documents
Daily Care
Issue Date: June 2008
Issued by: PFU LIMITED
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The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
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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.
Consumables
Troubleshooting
Operational
Settings
Appendix
Glossary
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