fi-5530C2 Image Scanner

fi-5530C2 Image Scanner
P3PC-1922-01ENZ0
fi-5530C2 Image Scanner
Operator's Guide
CONTENTS
■ Regulatory Information ....................................................... vii
■ Note of Liability .................................................................... ix
■ Safety Precautions .............................................................. xii
Chapter 1
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS........................... 1
1.1 Turning the Scanner ON .................................................... 2
1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF ........................................ 6
1.3 Scanning Documents ....................................................... 10
1.4 How to Use Scanner Drivers............................................ 12
1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO ............................................... 29
Chapter 2
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF DOCUMENTS 45
2.1 Scanning Double-Sided Documents............................... 46
2.2 Scanning Documents of Different Widths...................... 47
2.3 Scanning Thin Documents .............................................. 48
2.4 Scanning Documents Longer Than A3 Size .................. 49
2.5 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ......................... 51
2.6 Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color) ........... 62
2.7 Skipping Blank Pages ...................................................... 64
2.8 Detecting Multifeeds......................................................... 66
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2.9 Correcting Skew ............................................................... 71
2.10 To Output Multi-Images................................................... 74
2.11 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection ............................... 77
2.12 Splitting a Page in Two Pages ........................................ 79
2.13 Removing Punch Holes from Images ............................ 81
2.14 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the
Scanner ............................................................................ 84
Chapter 3
DAILY CARE ......................................................... 87
3.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations requiring Cleaning.. 88
3.2 Cleaning the ADF.............................................................. 90
Chapter 4
REPLACING CONSUMABLES ............................. 95
4.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle............................. 96
4.2 Replacing the Pad ASSY.................................................. 99
4.3 Replacing the Pick Roller............................................... 102
Chapter 5
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................... 109
5.1 Removing Jammed Documents .................................... 110
5.2 Error Indications in the Function Number Display..... 112
5.3 Remedying Common Troubles...................................... 114
5.4 Items to check before contacting the agent where you
bought the scanner ........................................................ 127
5.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner .................................. 130
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Chapter 6
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF ........ 131
6.1 Document Size ................................................................ 132
6.2 Document Quality ........................................................... 133
6.3 Maximum ADF Capacity................................................. 137
6.4 Area Not To Be Perforated............................................. 138
6.5 Specifying How to Detect Multifeed.............................. 139
Chapter 7
SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS ............................ 141
7.1 Basic Specifications....................................................... 142
7.2 Installation Specifications ............................................. 144
7.3 External Dimensions ...................................................... 145
APPENDIX A
Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button ....................... AP-1
APPENDIX B
GLOSSARY OF TERMS.............................................. AP-4
INDEX ...................................................................................................... IN-1
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the fi-5530C2 Duplex Color Scanner.
This document describes how to handle the fi-5530C2 and basic operations. Before you start using the fi5530C2, be sure to read this manual thoroughly to ensure correct use.
■Regulatory Information
FCC declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•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.
FCC warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTICE
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 AC cable must be 3 meters (10 feet) or less.
Canadian DOC Regulations
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 ICES-003.
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.
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Bescheimigung des Herstellers / Importeurs
Für den fi-5530C2 wird folgendes bescheinigt:
•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.
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.
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■Note of Liability
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 in High-safety Applications
This product has been designed and manufactured on the assumption that it will be used in office,
personal, domestic, regular industrial, and general-purpose applications. It has not been designed and
manufactured for use in applications (simply called "high-safety applications" from here on) that
directly involve 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 highsafety 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.
About the 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.
Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT 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.
Other product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies.
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How Trademarks Are Indicated in This Manual
Operating systems (OS) are indicated as follows:
Windows 2000:
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional operating system
Windows XP:
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating system
Windows Server 2003:
Microsoft® Windows® ServerTM 2003 Standard Edition operating system
(32/64-bit)
Windows Vista:
Microsoft® Windows VistaTM Home Basic operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows VistaTM Home Premium operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows VistaTM Business operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows VistaTM Enterprise operating system (32/64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows VistaTM Ultimate operating system. (32/64-bit)
Where there is no distinction between the different versions of the above operating system, the general
term "Windows" is used.
Adobe Acrobat:
Adobe® Acrobat®
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 Acrobat’s "Help".
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 2007
About Maintenance
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.
Warning Indications Used in This Manual
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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
equipment.
Symbols Used In This Manual
ATTENTION
HINT
This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be
sure to read this information.
This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation.
A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care and attention is required.
The drawing inside the triangle shows the specific caution.
A CIRCLE with a diagonal line inside shows action which users 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 Label
The glass surface inside the ADF becomes hot during the operation. Be
careful not to touch the glass surface inside the ADF.
ATTENTION
Do NOT remove from the scanner, stain or scratch the warning labels.
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 screenshots in this manual were captured from FUJITSU TWAIN 32 scanner driver, ScandAll
PRO Image Capturing Utility Software, FUJITSU ISIS scanner driver and Adobe® Acrobat®.
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■Safety Precautions
WARNING
Do not damage the AC cable.
A damaged AC cable may cause fire or electric shock. Do not place heavy objects on
AC cables, or pull, bend, twist, heat, damage or modify AC cables.
Do not use damaged AC cables or power plugs, or install any cables or power plugs to
loose wall sockets.
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables
Use only specified AC cables and connector cables. Failure to use the correct cables
might cause electric shock and/or equipment failure.
Please don’t use the AC cable provided with this scanner for other devices, since this
might cause equipment failure and other troubles or an electric shock.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage. Do not
connect to multiple-power strips.
Use this scanner only at the indicated power voltage and current. Improper power
voltage and current might cause fire or electric shock. Do not connect to multiple-power
strips.
Do not touch the AC cable with wet hands.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Doing so might cause electric shock.
Wipe any dust from the power plug.
Wipe off any dust from metal parts on the power plug or metal fittings with a soft, dry
cloth. Accumulated dust might cause fire or electric shock.
Do not install the device in locations that has oil smoke, steam,
humidity, and dust.
Do not install the scanner in locations subject to oil smoke, steam, humidity, and dust.
Doing so might cause a fire or electric shock.
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Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged.
If the scanner is damaged for any reason, disconnect immediately the power plug in
order to turn out the scanner. Contact the store where you purchased the scanner.
Do not put liquids inside the scanner.
Do not insert or drop metal objects in to the scanner. Do not scan wet documents or
documents with paper clips or staples. Do not splash or allow the scanner to get wet.
If foreign objects (water, small metal objects, liquids, etc.) get inside the scanner,
immediately turn off the scanner and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet,
then contact the store where you bought the scanner or the Maintenance Service
Center. Pay particular attention to this warning in households where there are small
children.
Do not touch the inside of the scanner unless necessary.
Do not take apart or modify the scanner. The inside of the scanner contains highvoltage components. Touching these components might cause fire or electric shock.
Do not use the scanner if there is a strange odor.
If you detect excessive heat coming from the device or detect other problems such as
smoke, strange smells or noises, disconnect immediately the power plug in order to
turn out the scanner. Make sure that any smoke coming from it has stopped, before
contacting the store where you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner
service provider.
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CAUTION
Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
Make sure that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface and that none of its parts
extend beyond the surface top, such as a desk or table. Do not install the scanner on
unstable surfaces. Install the scanner on a level surface that is free of vibration to
prevent it from falling.
Install the scanner on a strong surface that will support the weight of the scanner and
other devices.
Do not block the ventilation ports.
Do not block the ventilation ports. Blocking the ventilation ports generates heat inside of
scanner, which may results in fire or scanner failure.
Do not place heavy objects or stand on top of the scanner.
Do not place heavy objects on the scanner or use the scanner's surface top to perform
other work. Improper installation might cause injuries and equipment failure.
Firmly insert the power plug.
Firmly insert the power plug as far it can go into the power outlet.
Avoid any contact when scanner is in use.
Avoid touching any scanner mechanism during scanning since this may cause injuries.
Do not use the scanner immediately after moving it from a cold
place into a warm room.
Do not use the device immediately after moving it from a cold place into a warm room.
This may cause condensation, which might lead to scanning errors. Let the device dry
about one or two hours before you use it.
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Before moving the scanner, disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet.
Do not move the scanner with the power and interface cables connected as this might
damage the cables, causing fire, electric shock or injuries. Before moving the scanner,
be sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet, and all other data cables.
Make sure that the floor is free of any obstruction.
Protect the scanner from static electricity.
Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields and other sources of electronic
noise. Also, protect the scanner from any static electricity as this might cause the
scanner to malfunction.
Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner.
Do not use aerosol sprays to clean the scanner. Aerosol sprays cause dirt and dust to
enter the scanner, resulting scanner failure and malfunction.
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet when the scanner
is not used for a long period of time.
When the scanner is not going to be used for a long period of time, be sure to
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet for safety.
Do not install the scanner in the direct sunlight.
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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Chapter 1
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BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
This chapter describes the basic operations of the scanner.
In this chapter, Windows XP screenshots are used as examples.
The screens and operations may differ slightly if the operating system (OS) you are using is not
Windows XP.
In addition, when FUJITSU TWAIN 32 is updated, the screens and operations provided in this
chapter may be different from the actual ones.
1.1 Turning the Scanner ON......................................................................................... 2
1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF ............................................................................ 6
1.3 Scanning Documents ........................................................................................... 10
1.4 How to Use Scanner Drivers................................................................................ 12
1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO ................................................................................... 29
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1.1
Turning the Scanner ON
1. Press the power button on the operator panel.
The scanner is turned on, and the green LED on the operator panel illuminates.
During the initialization, the indication of the Function Number Display changes as follows:
8DPD0D1
A number "1" indicated on the operator panel shows that the scanner is in the ready status.
Power button
HINT
To turn the scanner off, hold the power button down for at least two
seconds.
■ About Power ON/OFF Control
You can select how to power the scanner on/off; by pressing the Power button, or by
connecting/disconnecting the AC cable.
The procedure is as follows:
1. Open the [Scanner Properties] dialog box.
1) Turn on the scanner, and make sure that the scanner is connected to your personal
computer. Refer to "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC" in fi-5530C2 Getting Started
contained in the CD-ROM for information about how to connect the scanner to your
personal computer.
2) Double click the [Printer and Other Hardware] icon in Control Panel.
⇒ The [Printer and Other Hardware] window appears.
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1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
3) In the [Printers and Other Hardware] window, double click the [Scanners and Cameras]
icon.
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BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
⇒ The [Scanners and Cameras] window appears.
4) In Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-5530C2dj] icon, and
then select [Properties]. In Windows 2000 and Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi5530C2dj] icon.
⇒ The [fi-5530C2dj Properties] dialog box appears.
5) Select the [Device Set] tab.
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⇒ The dialog box shown below appears.
2. Click the [Power Control] button
⇒ The dialog box shown below appears.
3. In this dialog box, do the following:
• To power on/off the scanner by pressing the Power button:
⇒ Select [Enable power switch].
• To power on/off the scanner by connecting/disconnecting the AC cable:
⇒ Select [Disable power switch].
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1.1 Turning the Scanner ON
■ Power Save Mode
• Place documents on the ADF paper chute.
• Press any button on the operator panel.
The scanner will be turned off when pressing down the power button for 2 seconds or
longer.
• Execute a command from the scanner driver.
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The Power Save mode keeps the scanner in a low-powered state if no operation is performed on the
scanner for 15 minutes after it has been turned on. The scanner is automatically switched to the
Power Save mode.
In the Power Save mode, the indication of the Function Number Display on the operator panel goes
out, while the green LED is kept lit.
To return the scanner from the Power Save mode, perform one of the following operations:
1.2
Placing Documents on the ADF
HINT
For details about paper sizes and paper materials for the ADF to work
properly, refer to Chapter 6 "DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF"
(page 131).
1. Align the edges of sheets in the document.
1) Confirm that all sheets have the same width.
2) Check the number of the sheets in the document stack.
The standard number of sheets that can be loaded on the scanner is as follows:
• A4-size paper or smaller that makes a document stack of 10 mm or less (100 sheets
at 80 g/m2 or at 20 lb)
• Over A4-size paper that makes a document stack of 5 mm or less (50 sheets at
80 g/m2 or at 20 lb)
2. Fan the sheets as follows:
1) Lightly hold the both ends of the stack with both hands, and bend it as shown in the figure
below.
2) Hold the stack firmly with both hands and bend them back so that the bent section rises up
in the middle of the stack as shown in the figure below.
3) Repeat steps 1) and 2) a couple of times.
4) Rotate the document 90 degrees, and fan the stack again.
3. Align the top of the sheets.
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1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF
4. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
Set the document face-down in the ADF paper chute (so that the side to be scanned faces
toward the ADF paper chute).
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Load the documents facing the ADF
paper chute.(face down)
ATTENTION
This scanner can scan ID cards through the ADF with the following
precautions.
• Place one card at a time into the ADF.
• ID card feeding requires the card to be fed through the ADF in portrait
mode as in the following figure.
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
• Smooth cards should be placed face down in the ADF.
• The card to be scanned should be within the ISO7810 compliance, type
•
•
•
•
ID-1.
ISO7810-compliant, Type ID-1 card
Material: PVC (Poly vinyl chloride) or PVCA (Polyvinyl chloride acetate)
Dimensions: 3.4 inch (height) x 2.1 inch (width) / 86 mm x 54 mm
Thickness: 0.03 ± 0.003inch / 0.76 ± 0.08mm
Embossed cards (on which a raised effect is created) cannot be scanned.
Cards that are excessively rigid or less flexible may not feed smoothly
and excessive noise may occur.
Cards should be clean from oil and without labels.
Cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is installed.
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HINT
Before placing the document, pull out the ADF paper chute extension
depending on the lengths of the document.
Extension
HINT
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Place the document so that the height of the document will not surpass the
line mark located at the side guide.
For A4-size paper or smaller, place the document so that the height of the
document will not surpass the [Letter/A4/Smaller] line mark.
For paper larger than A4 size, place the document so that the height of the
document will not surpass the [Over Letter/A4 Size] line mark.
1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF
5. Adjust the side guides to the width of the document.
Move the side guides so that they touch both sides of the document.
If there is any clearance between the side guides and the edges of the document, the scanned
image may be skewed.
Side guides
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
HINT
The stacker prevents document sheets from being scattered after they
were scanned.
Use the stacker as follows:
1. Lift the stacker toward you by using your fingertips and the handle on
the scanner.
handle
2. Lift the paper stop and extend it toward you by using your fingertips
and the indentations on the stacker.
Indentation
6. Start up the scanner application, and then scan the document.
For details on how to scan documents using the ScandAll PRO application, refer to section
1.5 "How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
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1.3
Scanning Documents
This section explains how to scan documents with this scanner.
The following is a basic procedure for scanning documents:
1. Place a document on the scanner.
A
2. Launch an application you want to use for scanning.
ScandAll PRO
3. Select a scanner to use.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
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FUJITSU ISIS
1.3 Scanning Documents
4. In the application, invoke a scanner driver.
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FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
5. In the driver setup dialog box, configure settings for scanning.
6. Scan the document.
7. Save the scanned document image files.
HINT
• In this section, screenshots taken in ScandAll PRO are used as
examples. Depending on the application you use, procedures and
operations may differ from those examples herein.
• For more information about how to scan documents by using ScandAll
PRO, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
If you want to use other applications for scanning, refer to the respective
manuals that come with the applications.
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1.4
How to Use Scanner Drivers
To scan documents with the scanner, a scanner driver and application supported by the driver are
prerequisites. This scanner is accompanied with two drivers; one is a TWAIN-compliant driver,
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, and the other is an ISIS-compliant driver, FUJITSU ISIS
Scanner Driver; and an application named ScandAll PRO, which supports both the drivers
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 and FUJITSU ISIS.
In this section, how to use these drivers is described.
For information about how to use ScandAll PRO and how to invoke a scanner driver via ScandAll
PRO, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
■ FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver
FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver is a driver for scanning documents with the scanner based on
a TWAIN-compliant application.
Usually, you can configure the scanner settings in the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, invoking a
scanner driver via an application. (Depending on the application settings, this setup dialog box may
not appear.)
HINT
How to invoke a scanner driver varies depending on the application. For
details, refer to the manual or help of the application you use.
For information about how to invoke a driver via ScandAll PRO, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
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1.4 How to Use Scanner Drivers
Configure FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver settings in the dialog box above.
Major setting items are listed below.
* For details on each function, refer to "TWAIN Driver Help."
Scan Type
You can specify the feeding method, the side(s) to be scanned (Front Side, Back Side,
Duplex) or details of Long page (the size of documents longer than A3).
Paper Size
You can select the size of documents to be scanned from the list.
Windows for customizing the paper size will appear when you click the [...] button.
You can save any document size as a customized setting (up to three) or for changing
the order of paper sizes in the list.
Image Mode
You can specify the image type to output the scanned documents.
Black & White Documents are scanned in binary (black and white) mode.
Halftone
Documents are scanned through halftone processing in binary
(black and white) mode.
Grayscale
Documents are scanned in gradations from black to white. In this
mode, you can select 256 gradations or 4 bit (16 gradations).
Color
Documents are scanned in color mode. In this mode, you can select
24 bit Color, 256 Color, or 8 Color.
[Scan] Button
Clicking this button starts scanning documents with the current settings.
[Preview] Button
Documents are scanned preliminarily before the actual scanning.
You can confirm the image of the documents in the preview window.
[OK]/[Close] Button
Clicking this button saves the current settings and closes this window.
[Reset] Button
This button is used to undo changes of settings.
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Resolution
You can specify the resolution for scanning images.
Default values are selectable from the drop-down list, and a [custom] value (can be
specified in increments of 1 dpi from 50 to 600 dpi) can also be selected by clicking a
pair of up/down buttons.
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 set values of [Best], [Better], and [Normal] as desired in a
window that appears when the [...] button is clicked.
[Help] Button
Clicking this button opens the [FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help] window.
The window also opens by pushing the [F1] key.
[About] Button
Clicking this button opens an information window about the FUJITSU TWAIN 32
Scanner Driver's version.
[Option] Button
You can set options in the dialog box below.
[Rotation] Tab
Select this tab when configuring settings for the image rotation, document size and
skew detection, overscan, hole punch removal, and split image.
[Job/Cache] Tab
Select this tab when setting cache mode, multifeed detection, blank page skipping,
etc.
[Generic] Tab
Select this tab to change the unit displayed in the Setting Window for the FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver. Select [mm], [inch], or [pixel].
[Startup] Tab
Select this tab for configuring settings on the Scanner Operation Panel.
[Filter] Tab
Select this tab for setting the image processing filter(s).
Page Edge Filler: Fills up the margins of the scanned document images with a
selected color.
Digital Endoser: A character string (alphanumerics) can be added in the scanned
document.
[Compression] Tab
Select this tab for setting the compression rate of JPEG Transfer.
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[Advance] Button
Click this button for settings of the advanced image processing.
You can set Edge Extract, Gamma Pattern, Dropout Color, Reverse, etc.
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[Config] Button
Click this button for configuring the Setting Files.
You can save the changes made to a Setting File. From the next scanning, a set of
settings are quickly switched by using these Setting Files.
For details of each function, refer to the "FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver Help."
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■ FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver is a driver software used to scan documents with a scanner from an
ISIS-compliant application.
Usually, you configure settings for scanning in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, which is
invoked from an application. (Depending on the application setting, the setup dialog box may not
be displayed.)
HINT
How to invoke a scanner driver varies depending on the application. For
details, refer to the manual or help of the application you use.
For information about how to invoke a driver via ScandAll PRO, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver Setup
[Main] Tab
Camera
You can selects a side or sides to scan.
The marked checkbox side is targeted for scanning.
When you mark only the Front Image checkbox, simplex scanning is performed. When
you mark both the Front Image and Back Image checkboxes, duplex scanning is
performed.
You can also specify two settings (#1/#2), Color/Grayscale and Binary (black-andwhite), for each side, and output two types of images at a scan (multi-image).
Settings configured in this dialog box take effect on the selected side or sides (Front
Image #1/Front Image #2/Back Image #1/Back Image #2).
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HINT
If you select Color or Grayscale mode for a side (Front Image #1 or Back
Image #1), you can select only Binary (black-and-white) mode for the same
side (Front Image #2 or Back Image #2, respectively). In turn, if you select
Binary (black-and-white) mode for a side (Front Image #1 or Back Image
#1), you can select either Color or Grayscale mode for the same side (Front
Side #2 or Back Image #2, respectively).
[Setup IPC] Button
Click this button when configuring settings for scanning with Image Processing
Software Option.
HINT
For how to configure settings for Image Processing Software Option, refer
to "Image Processing Software Option USER’S GUIDE". To view "Image
Processing Software Option USER’S GUIDE", from the [start] menu, select
[All Programs] D [Image Processing Software Option] D [USER’S
GUIDE].
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Mode
You can select a color mode to use from the menu.
IPC
: Documents are scanned in binary (black-and-white) mode
with Image Processing Software Option. When this setting
is selected, the [Setup IPC] button below becomes
selectable. (This button is visible only if Image Processing
Software Option is installed on the computer.)
Black & White
: Documents are scanned according to a binary threshold.
Black and white are distinguished based on this set
threshold. This mode is suitable for scanning line drawings
and text only documents.
16-level Grayscale : Documents are scanned in 16 gray levels. In this mode,
each pixel uses 4 bits.
256-level Grayscale : Documents are scanned in 256 gray levels. In this mode,
each pixel uses 8 bits.
24-bit Color
: Documents are scanned as 24-bit full-color images. This
mode is suitable for scanning color photographs. More
memory is used than in Grayscale mode.
: This mode automatically detects whether the scanned
Auto Detect
documents are color or binary (black-and-white). In this
16-level Grayscale
256-level Grayscale mode, color documents are output as color or grayscale
images, and monochrome documents are output as binary
24-bit Color
(black-and-white) images. Under [Camera], configure
settings for detected-as-color documents with #1, and
configure settings for detected-as-black-and-white
documents with #2.
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Resolution
You can specify the number of pixels (dots) per inch.
Select a preset resolution from the list or type in any value (from 50 to 600, or 1200) in
the box.
(If you enter a number from 601 to 1199, the resolution is automatically set to 300 dpi.)
The higher the resolution, the more memory is required.
Halftone
You can select a halftone pattern. This setting is available when [Black and White] is
selected under [Mode].
Dither Pattern 0 : This setting is suitable for scanning highly-colored photographs.
Dither Pattern 1 : This setting is suitable for scanning highly-colored documents
containing both text and photographs.
Dither Pattern 2 : This setting is suitable for scanning lightly-colored photographs.
Dither Pattern 3 : This setting is suitable for scanning lightly-colored documents
containing both text and photographs.
Error Diffusion : This function minimizes differences between a target pixel and
pixels near the target.
Download
: This function processes gray tone images with the dithered
pattern downloaded.
Cropping
Select how to crop scanned document images to output.
Fixed
: Scanned document images are output in a specified size.
Detect Length : The rear end of a scanned document is detected and scanning is
performed for the original length. When shorter sheets are included
in a batch of documents to scan, output images are adjusted to their
original size.
Automatic
: The page size of the scanned documents is automatically detected
and the images are output in the detected page size. The skew of
documents is also automatically detected and corrected to output
correct images.
Brightness
You can set the brightness of the entire image. Specify a number from 1 (darkest) to
255 (brightest) as the brightness value. The higher the value, the brighter the image.
The lower the value, the darker the image.
Contrast
You can set the contrast of the scanned image. Specify a number from 1 (low [soft]) to
100 (high [sharp]) to increase brightness for the entire image. Select a higher value to
emphasize the difference in brightness between the light and dark areas of the image.
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[Layout] Tab
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Page Orientation
You can select the page orientation (Portrait or Landscape).
Page Size
You can specify the paper size of documents to be scanned. Select a size from the dropdown list.
Split Image
You can split a scanned image into two.
Scan Area
Clicking this button displays the [Scan Area] dialog box.
You can specify an area to be scanned for a page of the selected size. By dragging the
rectangle on the page with the mouse, you can change the size of the area. You can also
specify the area by typing in numbers in the boxes.
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[Image Processing] Tab
Quick Set
Some image-processing-related settings, which are commonly used, are readily
available. Select a setting pattern, and you do not have to configure settings one by one.
The following setting patterns are available (Selectable only when [Black and White] is
selected under [Mode]):
Normal documents
(default)
Advanced DTC
: This setting pattern is suitable for scanning business
documents often handled in the office.
: Any types of documents are binarized in good
conditions. Even if you scan documents containing
light text, text on the colored background, and color
charts, which do not lend themselves to scanning
based on the ordinary binarization, you can obtain
high-quality images.
NCR forms with back: You can remove the background and smooth out
ground removed
jaggies in the image.
Magazines, Brochures, etc.: This setting pattern is suitable for scanning
magazines and brochures, which contain both text
and images.
Custom Settings
: You can specify the following image-processingrelated settings separately.
DTC Variance
You can select a DTC Variance setting depending on the brightness of the image.
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Edge Processing
You can select a setting depending on how sharp you want to make the image.
Low, Mid, High: Outlines of images are emphasized. Select a setting from Low,
Mid, and High.
Smoothing
: Jaggies are smoothed.
When scanning a color document, select [Background color]. If you select [Fill with
white], punch holes will be filled with white.
Reverse Image Format
You can output reversed images.
Overscan
You can set the overscan function. Documents are scanned in a paper size larger than
the one specified in the [Paper Size] drop-down list.
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Hole Punch Removal
When scanning punched documents that have punch holes on them, their images are
output with punch holes removed.
Fill with white
: Punch hole marks are filled with white.
Background color : Punch hole marks are filled with the most used color around
the punch holes.
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[Paper Handling] Tab
Pre-pick
Pre-picking is a function that prepares the next document for scanning, feeding it to
the position at which the scanning starts beforehand. You can specify whether you
want to enable Pre-picking or not from this drop-down list.
Backing
You can specify the background color, white or black.
Multifeed Detection
Multifeed refers to an error that occurs when more than one sheet of paper is fed
into the ADF at the same time. You can specify based on what (overlap or length) a
multifeed error can be detected so that you can stop scanning at error detection and
receive an error message.
Do not stop scanning upon detection
If this checkbox is marked, the scanner ignores multifeed errors and continues
scanning.
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[Gamma] Tab
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Custom Properties
You can specify custom properties (Gamma, Brightness, Contrast, Shadow, and
Highlight) only when you select [Custom] as a Gamma pattern. Type in a numerical
value in each box or click the forward/backward arrows to increase/decrease the
numerical value. Of those items, [Shadow] and [Highlight] can be specified only
when a Color or Grayscale setting is selected under [Mode].
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Pattern
You can select one of five Gamma patterns from Normal, Soft, Sharp, Custom, and
Download.
[Color Dropout] Tab
Color Dropout
Any of three primary colors (red-green-blue) can be dropped out from document
images. For example, when scanning text in black with the red frame, selecting red
color scans only text in black.
This setting is available only when Black and White or a Grayscale setting is
selected.
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[Compression] Tab
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JPEG Quality
You can specify compression levels and image quality for scanning in Color or
Grayscale mode.
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[Imprinter] Tab
You can configure settings for using the imprinter option (to be purchased separately).
This tab is not displayed unless the imprinter option is installed.
[ON] Checkbox
Marking this checkbox enables the imprinter function.
Format Template
Characters typed in this box are printed on documents. You can use the following
characters:
Alphabet
:
A to Z / a to z (single-width)
Numerics
:
0, 1 to 9 (single-width)
Symbols
:
!"$#%&’()*+,-./:;<=>[email protected][\]^_‘{|}
(single-width)
Year/Month/Day
:
%Y
Time (HH:MM)
:
%T
Counter
:
%S (Select from 3 to 8 as the number of digits.)
Other
:
<single-width space>
You can type in up to 43 characters.
ATTENTION
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To print characters # and %, you have to type in ## and %% respectively
because these are special characters. Take note that typing in only one
character (#) displays the counter.
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Date
You can specify how to indicate the date format.
Format
:
Type in the initial value.
Delimiter
:
Select a delimiter, which is a character that identifies the
beginning or the end of a character string.
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Initial Value
:
Set the initial value of the counter.
Field Width
:
Select the number of digits from 3 to 8.
Number Control
:
Select the increment of the counter value.
Top Margin
You can set the distance between the top of the page and the top of the first line printed
on the page with a numeric.
Range
:
0.5 to 10.5 in. (1.27 to 26.7 cm)
Minimum unit
:
0.1 in. (0.01 cm)
Units
You can specify the unit of the top margin; in inch, in cm, or in pixel.
Font
You can specify the font style from Normal, Bold, and Narrow for printing characters.
Rotation
You can specify the text direction for printing characters.
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Counter
You can specify the rule to display the counter.
[About] Tab
On this tab, you can view the information about the ISIS driver and the scanner
connected to your personal computer.
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1.5
How to Use ScandAll PRO
ScandAll PRO is software for scanning images, which is in conformity with both TWAN/ISIS
standards. Using FUJITSU TWAIN 32 or FUJITSU ISIS together with ScandAll PRO allows you
to create document images.
The following explains how to scan documents with the scanner through ScandAll PRO.
For information about the features of ScandAll PRO, refer to ScandAll PRO
Help.
■ Launching ScandAll PRO
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO].
⇒ ScandAll PRO starts up.
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HINT
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■ Selecting a Scanner Driver
ScandAll PRO supports both TWAIN and ISIS standards and allows you to invoke either the
TWAIN driver or the ISIS driver for scanning images with the scanner. This scanner comes
with two drivers, FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver and FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver,
which you can use with this scanner.
The following explains how to select a scanner driver with ScandAll PRO (how to switch
between TWAIN and ISIS drivers.)
HINT
In ScandAll PRO, the default [Device Driver] is [TWAIN].
1) From the [Tool] menu, select [Preferences].
⇒ The [Setup] dialog box appears.
2) On the [Scan] tab, under [Driver], select either of drivers.
To use FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, select [TWAIN].
To use FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver, select [ISIS].
3) Click the [OK] button to close the [Setup] dialog box.
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■ Selecting a Scanner
To scan documents with a scanner, you have to select its name from the list beforehand.
The following explains how to select a scanner to use.
1) From the [Scan] menu, select [Select Scanner].
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⇒ The [Select Scanner] dialog box appears.
2) Select a scanner you want to use.
When the driver is FUJITSU TWAIN 32, select [FUJITSU fi-5530C2dj], and then
click the [Select] button.
When the driver is FUJITSU ISIS, select [FUJITSU fi-5530C2], and then click the
[Select] button.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
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■ How to Display the Scanner Driver Setup Dialog Box
You can configure settings for scanning documents with the selected scanner in the
setup dialog box of a scanner driver.
Select the [Scan] menu, and then select [Setting] to display the setup dialog box.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
For information about setting items you can configure, refer to section "1.4 How to Use
Scanner Drivers" on page 12.
■ How to Scan Documents
With ScandAll PRO, you can scan documents with a scanner, in either of two ways:
Scan (page. 33)
You have to configure settings, such as the file format, destination, and scanning
parameters, every time you scan a document.
Use [Scan] when you want to scan a small amount of documents as necessary.
Batch Scan (page. 37)
You may want to use the same settings repeatedly. You can configure settings such
as the scanning parameters, destination, image-related properties, and an
application to link with and create a profile with these settings saved.
You can create more than one profile beforehand, so you do not have to configure
settings every time you scan documents. You only switch between profiles.
Use [Batch Scan] when you want to scan a large volume of documents using
various profiles.
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■ Scan
1) Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, refer to section "1.2 Placing
Documents on the ADF" on page 6.
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2) From the [Scan] menu, select [Scan Settings].
3) In the [Scan Settings] dialog box, configure various settings for saving scanned document
images.
[Save to file] Checkbox
To save scanned document images immediately after scanning, mark this checkbox.
If you want to verify scans before saving them to file, clear this checkbox.
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Or, select the [Scan Settings] button (
) on the toolbar.
⇒ The [Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
Folder Name
You can specify a folder to save scanned document images.
Type in a full path in the box or click the [Browse] button to select a desired folder.
File Name
A file name used to save scanned document image files is displayed.
You may want to change the file name. Click the [Name Rule] button to display the
[Name Rule] dialog box, and change the naming rule. When creating multiple image
files at a scan, you can specify how to name those files.
[Use the Name Rule] Checkbox
Mark this checkbox when you want to use the name rule for file names.
Clear this checkbox when you want to specify a file name on this dialog box.
File Format
You can select a file format to save image files.
Bitmap (*.bmp), TIFF (*.tif), JPEG (*.jpg/*.j2k), or PDF (*.pdf), PDF/A (*.pdf) can be
selected.
(When you select a multi-page format such as MultiPage TIFF , PDF, and PDF/A,
multiple images can be saved in a file.)
Color Format
You can specify color mode.
Compression
You can select how to compress files to save.
Document
When scanning a document containing more than one page, you can specify whether to
create one file containing all pages or to divide into files each containing the specified
number of pages.
This becomes selectable only when a multi-page format is selected.
File Overwrite Warning
You can select whether you want to receive a confirmation message when scanned
document image files with the same names already exist in the destination folder. If
you select [Do not display confirmation dialog], those files are replaced with new ones.
Number of pages to scan
You can specify the number of pages to be scanned at a scan.
[Display the scanned document image immediately after the scan] checkbox
Specify whether to preview a scanned document image or not.
By default, this checkbox is marked.
If memory becomes insufficient because the file size of a scanned document image is
too large to display, clear this checkbox.
(*Only when the [Save to file] checkbox is marked, this checkbox can be cleared.)
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[Show TWAIN dialog before each batch scan process] Checkbox
Marking this checkbox displays the setup dialog box at a scan when the TWAIN driver
is used for scanning.
(* When FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver is used, this checkbox is not available.)
4) Click the [Scanner Setting] button.
5) Configure various settings for scanning documents.
For more details about the settings, refer to section "1.4 How to Use Scanner Drivers"
on page 12.
FUJITSU TWAIN 32
FUJITSU ISIS
6) When you finished setting, click the [OK] button in the dialog box (FUJITSU TWAIN 32
Scanner Driver/ FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver).
⇒ You are returned to the [Scan Setting] dialog box.
7) Click the [Scan] button.
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⇒ The scanner driver setup dialog box appears.
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HINT
When you use FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver, clicking the [Scan]
button may display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box. If so, you can
also change settings in the dialog box displayed.
Click the [Scan] button to scan documents.
Click the [Close] button when you finish scanning.
If you do not want to display the scanner driver’s dialog box after clicking
the [Scan] button in step 7, do the following:
In the [Scan Settings] dialog box, clear the [Show TWAIN dialog before
each batch scan process] checkbox.
⇒ A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is
displayed on the ScandAll PRO window, and then the image is saved to file.
HINT
• If you do not mark the [Save to file] checkbox in the [Scan Settings] dialog
box, scanned document images are not saved. To save the files, from the
[File] menu, select [Save As].
• To scan the next document with the same settings, from the [Scan] menu,
select [Scan]. Or, click the [Scan] button (
) on the toolbar.
For information about other scanning operations, refer to chapter "2 SCANNING VARIOUS
TYPES OF DOCUMENTS" on page 45.
For more details about the features and operations of ScandAll PRO, refer to [ScandAll PRO
Help].
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■ Batch Scan
You can save various settings as profiles beforehand.
Batch Scan allows you to scan documents by using those profiles.
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<Creating/Editing Profiles>
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
1. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan Settings].
Or click the [Batch Scan Settings] button (
) on the toolbar.
⇒ The [Batch Scan Setting] dialog box appears.
Profile List
Information about the profile is given here.
2. Do the following as necessary:
•To create a new profile:
Click the [Add] button.
⇒ A new profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
(Go to step 3.)
•To create a new profile based on an existing profile:
Select a profile you want to use as the basis from the profile list, and then click the [Copy]
button.
⇒ A new profile based on the selected profile appears in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
(Go to step 3.)
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•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.
(Go to step 3.)
•To delete an existing profile from the profile list.
Select a profile you want to delete, and then click the [Delete] button. When you see a
confirmation message, click the [Yes] button.
⇒ The selected profile is deleted.
HINT
If the [Type] of a profile in the profile list is [Template], it is a sample profile.
It cannot be used for scanning documents. Use sample profiles as the
basis for you to create new profiles.
3. In the [Profile Editor] dialog box, configure settings for scanning and saving scanned
document images.
[General] Tab
You can type in a profile name and description, and select a profile type.
[Scan] Tab
You can configure settings for a scanner to use.
Clicking the [Detail Scanner Settings] button displays the setup dialog box of the
scanner driver.
[File format and Name scheme] Tab
You can specify various parameters for saving scanned document images.
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[Document separator] Tab
You can select how to separate documents.
Each separated document is numbered according to the set Name Rule.
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[Filter] Tab
You can select a filter to use for scanning.
mail, upload to the FTP server or Microsoft® SharePoint Server, print with a printer, or
open with an application.
* For details about the above settings, refer to ScandAll PRO Help.
4. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box.
Added or copied profiles by using the [Add] or [Copy] button appear in the profile list.
<Scanning Documents>
A: From the menu (Method 1)
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, refer to section "1.2 Placing Documents on
the ADF" on page 6.
2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan Settings].
⇒ The [Batch Scan Settings] dialog box appears.
Profile List
3. Select a profile you want to use for scanning.
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[Linking] Tab
You can select what to do with scanned document images after scanning; send by e-
4. Click the [Scan] button.
⇒ A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed
on the ScandAll PRO window, and then the image is saved to file.
B: From the menu (Method 2)
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, refer to section "1.2 Placing Documents on
the ADF" on page 6.
2. From the [Scan] menu, select [Batch Scan], and then select [a profile name you want
to use].
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⇒ A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed
on the ScandAll PRO window, and then the image is saved to file.
1
1. Place the document on the scanner.
For information about how to place documents, refer to section "1.2 Placing Documents on
the ADF" on page 6.
2. From the [Select the Batch File] drop-down list on the toolbar, select a profile to use.
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C: From the toolbar
3. Click the [Start Batch Scan] button (
) on the toolbar.
⇒ A document is scanned with the scanner, and the scanned document image is displayed
on the ScandAll PRO window, and then the image is saved to file.
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■ Canceling Scanning
When you want to cancel scanning, Scan or Batch Scan, do either of the following:
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•From the [Scan] menu, select [Cancel].
BASIC SCANNER OPERATIONS
•On the tool bar, click the [Cancel] button
.
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Chapter 2
SCANNING VARIOUS TYPES OF
DOCUMENTS
2
This chapter describes how to scan various types of documents, using the combination of ScandAll
PRO and FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver as an example.
In this chapter, Windows XP screenshots are used as examples.
The screens and operations provided herein may be different from actual ones if the operating
system you are using is not Windows XP.
Please take note that, when FUJITSU TWAIN 32 is updated, the screens and operations herein
may also be slightly different.
If so, refer to the document provided with the update.
2.1 Scanning Double-Sided Documents ................................................................... 46
2.2 Scanning Documents of Different Widths .......................................................... 47
2.3 Scanning Thin Documents................................................................................... 48
2.4 Scanning Documents Longer Than A3 Size....................................................... 49
2.5 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format ............................................................. 51
2.6 Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color) ............................................... 62
2.7 Skipping Blank Pages .......................................................................................... 64
2.8 Detecting Multifeeds............................................................................................. 66
2.9 Correcting Skew.................................................................................................... 71
2.10 To Output Multi-Images...................................................................................... 74
2.11 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection .................................................................. 77
2.12 Splitting a Page in Two Pages ........................................................................... 79
2.13 Removing Punch Holes from Images ............................................................... 81
2.14 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner................................. 84
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2.1
Scanning Double-Sided Documents
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details on how to place documents, refer to "1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF" on
page 6.
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO] in the order presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the scanner driver’s setup dialog box, refer to section
"1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
4. Select [Duplex] under [Scan Type].
5. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made on this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 closes.
6. From the ScandAll PRO window, perform a scan.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
⇒ Scanned document images are displayed in the ScandAll PRO window.
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2.2
Scanning Documents of Different Widths
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.
In the case where you have to scan documents of different widths together, scan them, following
the procedure below.
1. To prevent images from skewing, select [Automatic Page Size Detection] from the
[Automatic Size and Skew Detection] drop-down list. (For details, refer to "2.9
Correcting Skew" on page 71.)
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3. Place the documents on the ADF paper chute, and then adjust the side guides so that
they lightly touch the widest sheets of paper.
ATTENTION
When placing the stack of documents on the scanner, make sure that all
documents are directly under the pick roller. Off-center documents, which
are not under the pick roller, cannot be fed into the scanner.
4. Scan the documents.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2. Center all documents as shown in the figure below.
2.3
Scanning Thin Documents
When you scan a batch of thin documents (which are out of specifications with under 52g/m² of
thickness), document jams (Multifeed) and mis-picking may occur. If you have to scan such documents, switch the lever to "Thin" side.
1. Make sure that the thin documents meet the requirements described in section "6.2
Document Quality" on page 133.
2. Shift the position of the paper thickness switch to the "Thin" position (the factory
default is "Normal" position).
Paper Thickness Switch
"N
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in"
"Th
3. Scan the documents, following the procedure in section "1.3 Scanning Documents"
(page 10).
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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Move the Paper Thickness Switch to "Normal" position when scanning
documents of standard thickness. Move the switch to "Thin" position only
when you scan thin paper, which is of non-standard thickness (less than
52g/m2).
Note that feeding performance may be degraded when you scan
documents of non-standard paper.
2.4 Scanning Documents Longer Than A3 Size
2.4
Scanning Documents Longer Than A3 Size
1. Place the document on the ADF.
For details, refer to "1.2 Placing Documents on the ADF" (page 6).
2. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO] in the order presented. ScandAll PRO starts up.
3. From the ScandAll PRO window, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
4. Select [Long page (Front Side)] or [Long page (Duplex)] from the [Scan Type] dropdown list.
⇒ The [Long Page Paper Size Setting] dialog box appears.
5. Specify a document length, and then click the [OK] button.
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For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
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6. Click the [OK] button in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
⇒ Changes made in this dialog box are saved and the setup dialog box closes.
7. Scan the document with ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
⇒ The document is scanned, and the scanned document image is displayed in the ScandAll
PRO window.
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The combined use of the following functions is not possible.
• Multi Image Output (page 74)
• Auto Color Detection (page 77)
2.5 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
2.5
Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
To save scanned document images in PDF format, Adobe Acrobat must be installed on your computer.
Install Adobe Acrobat from the provided Adobe Acrobat CD-ROM.
You can create PDF files from the scanned document images by either of the following two ways:
1. From ScandAll PRO (page 53)
Recommended for scanning in color or grayscale mode.
You can:
• Reduce the size of PDF files.
• Create PDF files with facility.
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Recommended when you want to create PDF files quickly and when you scan documents
in black-and-white mode.
You can:
• Create PDF files at an original resolutionin in a short time.
• Create PDF files 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, refer to Hint on
page 60.
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2. From Adobe Acrobat (page 57)
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Notes on the use of Adobe Acrobat
• Acrobat's default settings overrides the previous settings such as
[Resolution], [Scan Type], and [Image Mode].
• The following functions cannot be used:
- [256 Color] or [8 Color]
- [Rotation Degree] when [End of Page Detection] is selected
- Long Page Scanning
• When scanning a paper document and converting the scanned document
image to PDF by using Acrobat, unexpected images may be output
when:
1. Setting [Edge Shadow Removal] in Acrobat, and setting [Digital
Endorser] or [Black Background] options in the TWAIN driver at the
same time. Character strings on images or part of background may
be missed.
Solution 1: In Acrobat, select [File] - [Create PDF] - [From
Scanner...] - [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 TWAIN driver.
2. Setting [Color/Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] to [Adaptive] under
[Compression] in Acrobat and scanning documents in a resolution
lower than the recommended resolution for Acrobat.
Solution: Set [Color/Grayscale] and/or [Monochrome] to a setting
other than [Adaptive] under [Compression].
3. Setting [Overscan] in the TWAIN driver because a document longer
than the double letter (11x17) or A3 size cannot be loaded in
Acrobat.
Solution: When scanning a double letter (11x17) or A3 size
document, do not set [Overscan] in TWAIN driver.
For more information on Acrobat, including the use of Acrobat, refer to
"Create a PDF file from a scanned document" in Acrobat Help.
2.5 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
■ From ScandAll PRO
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
For details about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.2 Placing Documents on the
ADF" on page 6.
2. Start up ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO] in the order presented. Then, ScandAll PRO starts up.
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When you want to perform [Scan] (D page 33)
In the [File Format] drop-down list, select one of the above settings.
When you want to perform [Batch Scan] (D page 37)
Select a profile you want to use for scanning to display it in the [Profile Editor] dialog box.
Select the [File format and Name scheme] tab, and then select one of the above settings from
the [File Format] drop-down list.
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3. In ScandAll PRO, select [PDF File], [SinglePage PDF File], [PDF/A file], or
[SinglePage PDF/A file] to save scanned document images.
HINT
[PDF file] and [SinglePage PDF file] are saved in format compatible with
Adobe Acrobat 4.0 (PDF 1.3); [PDF/A file] and [SinglePage PDF/A file] are
saved in PDF/A-lb format (format for an archive of digital documents based
on PDF 1.4).
[SinglePage PDF file] and [SinglePage PDF/A file] create one file per
image; [PDF file] and [PDF/A file] create one file containing multiple
images.
4. To configure PDF-related settings, click the [PDF Option] button (
).
⇒ The [Output PDF file] dialog box appears.
In this dialog box, you can change the compression rate, turn on the OCR function (to make
searchable PDF files), and enhance the security of created PDF files by adding a password
to.
[Basic] Tab
Change the compression rate for creating PDF files from scanned document images.
Compression Rate
Move the slider bar to change the compression rate.
The compression rate can be changed in five levels from 1 to 5. (By default, the
compression rate is set to 3.)
Moving the slider bar to right increases the compression rate. Higher the
compression rate, the smaller the file size, but the image quality is degraded.
This setting takes effect on color images only. When images are saved as
monochrome images, this setting is ignored.
[Color High Compression] Checkbox
When this checkbox is marked, image portions in a color image are compressed at
a higher rate separately from text. Therefore, when a document containing mostly
text is scanned, the file size can be made smaller without causing text to become
blurred. This setting is not suitable for scanning photographs and figures because
the image quality of highly-compressed photographs and figures is degraded.
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[OCR] Tab
You can configure settings so that PDF files are converted into searchable text when they are
created from scanned document images.
Unless OCR (optical character recognition) is turned on, scanned document images are
saved as PDF files in a format that computers cannot recognize, or in other words they are
not made searchable. Through OCR, text on the image is recognized and text information is
embedded into the image, making the image file searchable.
(Note that, if you turn on OCR, scanning takes time longer than if you do not.)
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Language
You can select a language to use for text recognition from the following:
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Traditional/
Simplified Chinese.
[Make only the first page searchable] Checkbox
When scanning a document containing multiple pages, you can make only the first
page searchable. If this checkbox is marked, the time required is shorter than the
time required for the conversion of all pages.
[Security] Tab
You can enhance security by setting a password for PDF files.
Once a password is added, you cannot open the PDF files unless you enter a correct
password, which you type in in this dialog box.
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[Convert into Searchable PDF] Checkbox
The scanned document images are converted into searchable PDF files and saved.
[Add a Document Open Password to created PDF files] Checkbox
You can set a "Document Open" password to PDF files. Up to 16 characters (halfwidth) can be used for a password. This checkbox is available only for Adobe PDF
files. (For PDF/A files, passwords cannot be set.)
If this checkbox is marked, the [Password] dialog box appears immediately after
scanning.
Password-protected PDF files cannot be opened with ScandAll PRO. Open
password-protected PDF files with Adobe Acrobat.
[Use a fixed password] Checkbox
If this checkbox is marked, all PDF files are protected with the fixed password you
type in in this dialog box, so that the [Password] dialog box does not appear after
scanning.
5.
Scan the document with ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
⇒ The scanned image is displayed.
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ScandAll PRO creates PDF files from scanned document images but does
not offer the function to open PDF files. You can open PDF files with
ScandAll PRO anyway, but the displayed images may not be satisfactory
or the operation of ScandAll PRO may become unstable.
To view PDF files, it is recommended an application that can open PDF
files, such as Adobe Acrobat, be used.
2.5 Saving Scanned Images in PDF Format
■ Using Adobe Acrobat
1. Place the document on the ADF paper chute.
2. Launch Adobe Acrobat
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] - [Adobe Acrobat] in the order presented.
Then, Adobe Acrobat starts up.
3. From the [File] menu, select [Create PDF], and then select [From Scanner].
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⇒ The [Acrobat Scan] dialog box appears.
4. Select [FUJITSU fi-5530C2dj] from the [Scanner] drop-down list.
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ATTENTION
If scanned by using the default settings, images outputted may not be
satisfactory. It is recommended the settings be changed, following the
procedure below:
1. Clear the [Recognize Text Using OCR] checkbox.
2. Click the [Image Settings] button.
The [Image Settings] dialog box appears.
3. Change settings as follows:
• Color/Grayscale:
none
• Monochrome:
JBIG2 or CCITT Group 4
• Background removal:
Off
• Edge shadow removal: Off
5. Click the [Scanner Options] button.
⇒ The [Scanner Options] dialog box appears.
6. If you want to change settings in the [TWAIN driver] dialog box as described in step 9,
select [Show Scanner’s Native Interface] from the [User Interface] drop-down list, and
then click the [OK] button.
⇒ You will be returned to the [Acrobat Scan] dialog box.
7. Click the [Scan] button.
⇒ The [Save Scanned File As] dialog box appears.
8. Specify a destination (Save in) in which you want to save the scanned document
image and its file name, and then click the [Save] button.
⇒ The [TWAIN driver] dialog box appears.
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9. Configure settings such as the scan resolution and document size, and then click the
[Scan] button.
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10. To finish scanning, slect the [Scanning complete] radio button, and then click the [OK]
button.
⇒ The scanned doucument image is saved to file and the image is displayed in the Adobe
Acrobat window.
For details on the operation of Adobe Acrobat, refer to Adobe Acrobat Help.
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⇒ The document is scanned and another [Acrobat Scan] dialog box appears.
HINT
If you save scanned document images as described above, the file size
may increase greatly. To reduce the file size, save images following the
procedure below. (It may take time than you save as described above.)
1. Select [File] - [Print]
2. In the dialog box below, select [Adobe PDF] from the [Name] dropdown list.
3. Click the [Properties] button.
4. Select the [Adobe PDF Settings] tab.
5. Select a desired setting from the [Default Settings] drop-down list.
The following shows an example when [Smallest File Size] is
selected.
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6. Click the [OK] button.
7. Click the [OK] button in the [Print] dialog box.
8. Enter a file name, and then click the [Save] button in the [Save PDF
File As] dialog box.
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2.6
Excluding a Color from Images (Dropout Color)
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.
Enable the dropout color setting in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
ABC
Original
ABC
Created image
Example: When green is selected as a dropout color
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN
32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Advance] button.
⇒ The [Advance] dialog box appears.
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3. Select a color you want to remove, from the [Dropout Color] drop-down list under
[More].
For example, when you want to obtain only black text image from a document containing
black text outlined in green, select [Green] from the list.
If you want no color to be dropped out, select [None].
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⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
5. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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4. Click the [OK] button.
2.7
Skipping Blank Pages
Blank pages in a document are detected and removed automatically. For example, when scanning
both double-sided and single-sided documents together in duplex mode, you can obtain the
scanned document images without blank pages. Configure the setting in the setup dialog box of the
scanner driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Option] button.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
3. Select the [Job/Cache] tab.
4. Mark the [Blank Page Skip] checkbox.
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If this checkbox is marked, cache mode is automatically changed to [Ram cache].
5. With the slider control under [Blank Page Skip], specify the Blank Page Skip degree.
<In Binary/Halftone mode>
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<In Color/Grayscale mode>
Use the slider bar to specify a level in five levels from 1 to 5. The larger the number, the
higher the accuracy.
6. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
7. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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For white pages, use the [Black Dots Ratio] slider bar to specify a degree of accuracy needed
to skip blank pages. For black pages, use the [White Dots Ratio] scroll bar to specify a
degree of accuracy needed to skip blank pages.
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 blank. You can select
OFF(- -) or a value from 0.2% to 3.0% (in increments of 0.2%).
*1: Ratio of black dots included in a scanned area. (for white pages)
2.8
Detecting Multifeeds
"Multifeed" is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are accidentally fed into the ADF at
the same time. By changing a setting, you can receive an error message when the scanner detects a
multifeed.
To enable multifeed detection, change the setting in the setup dialog box of a scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure to change settings in FUJITSU TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Option] button.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
3. Select the [Job/Cache] tab.
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4. Select how to detect multifeeds from the [Multifeed Detection] drop-down list under
[ADF Option].
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None
Check overlapping
Check length
Check overlapping
and length
: Multifeed detection is not performed
: The scanner monitors the thickness of fed documents. The
scanner detects a multifeed based on an increased thickness
when multiple sheets are fed simultaneously.
: The scanner monitors the length of fed documents. The scanner
detects a multifeed based on an increased length when multiple
sheets are fed simultaneously.
: The scanner monitors both document thickness and length to
detect multifeeds.
For more information on multifeed detection, refer to "6.5 Specifying How to Detect
Multifeed" on page 139.
5. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
6. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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The following are how to detect multifeeds:
■ To Specify the Area for Multifeed Detection
Normally, the multifeed detection function monitors paper overlaps at the central part of
sheets (width: 35mm). Therefore, some types of documents, such as the resume and
postcard, on which a photograph or stamp is pasted, may be accidently recognized as multifed documents.
When scanning these types of documents, you can prevent multifeed errors by narrowing
down the area to be detected. Enable this function, following the procedure below.
1. Open the Scanner’s Properties dialog box.
1) Turn on your scanner, and then check that the scanner is connected to a personal
computer. For information about how to connect the scanner to your personal computer,
refer to "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC" in fi-5530C2 Getting Started on the CDROM .
2) Double-click on the [Printer and Other Hardware] icon in Control Panel.
⇒ The [Printer and Other Hardware] window appears.
3) In the [Printers and Other Hardware] window, double-click on the [Scanners and
Cameras] icon.
⇒ The [Scanners and Cameras] window is displayed.
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4) Right-click on the [fi-5530C2dj] icon (in Windows XP/Windows Server 2003), or
double-click on it (in Windows 2000/Windows Vista), and then select [Properties] from
the pop-up menu.
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⇒ The [fi-5530C2dj Properties] dialog box appears.
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5) Select the [Device Set] tab.
⇒ The following dialog box appears.
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2. Click the [Multifeed] button.
⇒ The following dialog box appears.
3. Configure settings in the [Specify Area for Multifeed Detection] dialog box.
1) Mark the [Enable] check box.
HINT
• You can specify an area in the direction of the length of the document
for detecting multifeed errors.
• Unless the [Enable] checkbox is marked, the area of [Select area for
applying Multifeed Detection] or [Select area for not applying Multifeed
Detection] cannot be specified. In this case, normal multifeed detection
described above is performed. (Refer to "6.5 Specifying How to Detect
Multifeed" on page 139.)
2) Select whether you want to specify an area to enable or disable multifeed detection.
• To specify an area for which the Multifeed Detection is performed:
⇒ Select the [Select area for applying Multifeed Detection] button.
• To specify an area for which the Multifeed Detection is NOT performed:
⇒ Select the [Select area for not applying Multifeed Detection] radio button.
3) Specify the [Start] position in the area.
Enter a distance from the top of the document as a starting position in millimeter.
(Select an even number from 0 mm to 510 mm)
4) Specify the [End] position in the area.
Enter a distance from the the top of the document. (Select an even number from 0 mm
to 510 mm)
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The number you enter as the [End] position must be larger than that of
the [Start] position.
2.9 Correcting Skew
2.9
Correcting Skew
The skew of documents can be detected and corrected automatically by enabling the automatic
deskew function.
Change the setting in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN
32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to "1.5
How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
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2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Option] button.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
3. Select the [Rotation] tab.
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4. Select [Automatic Page Size Detection] from the [Automatic Size and Skew
Detection] drop-down list.
HINT
ATTENTION
With the [Priority] slider control, you can change the accuracy of
Automatic Page Size Detection.
• Move the slider to right to improve the detection accuracy. Note that
the higher the accuracy, the longer the processing time, and the
scanning speed becomes slower.
• When detecting paper sizes of index sheets or documents to which
sticky notes or index tabs are attached, set the Priority to 2.
If one of the following conditions is met, the Automatic Page Size
Detection may not work properly.
1. Paper is 52g/m2 or less in weight
2. Documents are not rectangular
3. The margin of pages is filled with dark color
5. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
6. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
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Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2.10 To Output Multi-Images
You can obtain both color/grayscale and black-and-white images at a scan (Multi Image
Output).
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Configure Multi Image settings using the scanner driver.
ABC
ABC
Original
Created image
Example: When the color document is scanned
with Multi Image Output being set
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to "1.5
How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, mark the [Enable Multi Image] checkbox.
* When you select [Long page] under [Scan Type], this checkbox is not available.
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⇒ The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
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4. Select the order to output multi-images under [Order (for Multi Image Output)].
Primary: Color/Grayscale - Secondary: Binary
First, a Color or Grayscale image is output, and then a Black-and-White image.
Primary: Binary - Secondary: Color/Grayscale
First, a Black-and-White image is output, and then a Color or Grayscale image.
5. Under [Select Current Image Setting], select a side, and then configure settings for
each side in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
ATTENTION
When scanning in duplex mode, the same [Image Mode] must be selected
for both the front and back sides.
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3. Select [Multi Image Output] under [Output mode].
6. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2.11 Color/Monochrome Auto Detection
This scanner features automatic detection of color or black-and-white document scans (the
term "scan," in this case, refers to a produced image by scanning).
Scanning color documents produces color (or grayscale) images, and scanning black-andwhite documents produces black-and-white images.
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Configure Multi Image settings using the scanner driver.
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
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1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, mark the [Enable Multi Image] checkbox.
* When you select [Long page] under [Scan Type], this checkbox is not available.
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⇒ The [Multi Image] dialog box appears.
3. Select [Auto Color Detection] under [Output mode].
4. Under [Select Current Image Setting], select a side, and then configure settings for
each side in the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
ATTENTION
When scanning in duplex mode, the same [Image Mode] must be selected
for both the front and back sides.
5. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2.12 Splitting a Page in Two Pages
2.12 Splitting a Page in Two Pages
You can obtain two images by horizontally splitting a scanned page image.
* Depending on the application to use, this function may not work properly.
Enable the Split Image function in the setup dialog box of the scanner driver.
ABC
ABC
2
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Created image
Original
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, mark the [Option] checkbox.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
3. Select the [Rotation] tab.
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4. Mark the [Split Image] checkbox.
HINT
ATTENTION
When a double-sided document is scanned in Duplex mode, the
scanned document image is output according to the [Flip Side
Rotation] setting in the order presented below:
• Book: Upper half D Lower half
• Fanfold: Lower half D Upper half
If one of the following settings is set, this function is not available.
1. Multi Image Output (page 74)
2. Color/Monochrome Auto Detection (page 77)
3. The resolution is set to 1200dpi
5. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
6. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2.13 Removing Punch Holes from Images
2.13 Removing Punch Holes from Images
You can remove (obscure) punch holes (black dots) from scanned document images when
scanning punched documents.
Configure the Hole Punch Removal settings using the scanner driver.
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Punch holes
Created image
The following shows the procedure to change settings in the setup dialog box of FUJITSU
TWAIN 32 Scanner Driver.
1. From ScandAll PRO, display the setup dialog box of FUJITSU TWAIN 32.
For information about how to display the setup dialog box of the scanner driver, refer to
section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
2. In the TWAIN Driver dialog box, click the [Option] button.
⇒ The [Option] dialog box appears.
3. Select the [Rotation] tab.
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Original
4. Select [Automatic Page Size Detection] or [Black Background] from the [Automatic
Size and Skew detection] drop-down list.
If you select a setting other than [Automatic Page Size Detection] or [Black Background],
[Hole Punch Removal] is not available.
5. Select [Fill with white] or [Background color] from the [Hole punch removal] dropdown list.
Fill with white: Punch hole marks are filled with white
Background color: Punch hole marks are filled with a color most used around the holes.
When scanning a color document, select [Background color]. If you select [Fill with
white], punch holes will be filled with white.
6. Click the [OK] button.
⇒ You are returned to the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box.
7. In the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box, click the [OK] button.
⇒ Changes made are saved and the [TWAIN Driver] dialog box closes.
Continue scanning in ScandAll PRO.
For information about how to scan documents, refer to section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll
PRO" on page 29.
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2.13 Removing Punch Holes from Images
ATTENTION
Punch hole marks cannot be removed when:
• Hole marks are not aligned along with the edge of the document.
• Hole mark sizes vary or hole marks appear at various intervals.
• The document is not rectangular.
• The document of dark-colored background is scanned.
• Characters or figures exist at the edge of the document, or characters or
figures overlap with hole marks.
• With [Automatic Page Size Detection] enabled, the document of a size
larger than the specified page size is scanned.
• With [Black Background] selected, the document of a different size from
the specified page size is scanned.
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2.14 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the
Scanner
With ScandAll PRO, you can perform batch scan at a press of the button, by assigning a
Batch Scan profile to the [Scan] or [Send to] button.
The following shows the procedure to do so.
1. From the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].
2. Select [Scanners and Cameras].
3. Display the [fi-5530C2dj Properties] dialog box.
In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-5330C2dj] icon. In
Windows 2000 or Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi-5330C2dj] icon.
4. Select the [Events] tab.
5. Select a button to use for an event.
In Windows XP, from the [Select an event] drop-down list, select an event to launch the
application.
The following events can be selected:
•Scan Button (Press the [Scan] button)
•Send to 1 to 9 (With a number from 1 to 9 displayed on the Function Number Display,
press the [Send to] button)
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2.14 Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner
6. Select [ScandAll PRO] as the application to launch when an event occurs.
In Windows XP, select an application from the [Start this program] drop-down list under
[Actions].
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7. Click the [OK] button.
HINT
To link another button, perform steps 5 to 7 again.
8. Launch ScandAll PRO.
From the [Start] menu, select [All Programs] D [Fujitsu ScandAll PRO] D [Fujitsu
ScandAll PRO], and then ScandAll PRO starts up.
9. From the [Tool] menu, select [Preferences].
⇒ The [Setup] dialog box appears.
10. Select the [Event] tab.
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11. Click the action of the Event you selected in step 5, and then select a profile from the
list you want to use for scanning.
HINT
You have to create profiles beforehand.
For information about how to create profiles, refer to "Batch Scan"
(page 37) in section "1.5 How to Use ScandAll PRO" on page 29.
12. Click the [OK] button.
13. Exit ScandAll PRO.
⇒ When you press the linked button, ScandAll PRO starts up, and batch scan is executed
according to the selected profile’s settings.
HINT
Use the [Send to] button, following the procedure below:
1. Press the [Function] button, and change a number displayed on
the Function Number Display.
2. When the displayed number and the event number you have
selected in step 5 (Send to 1 - 9) matches, stop pressing the
[Function] button.
3. Press the [Send to] button.
Function Number
Display
Function
Send to
Scan
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Chapter 3
DAILY CARE
This chapter describes how to clean the scanner.
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WARNING
The glass surface inside the ADF becomes hot during
the operation of the scanner. Before you start cleaning
the inner parts of the scanner, disconnect the AC
adapter from the power outlet, and wait at least 15
minutes.
Do not turn off the scanner when you clean the Feed
and Eject Rollers.
3.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations requiring Cleaning ...................................... 88
3.2 Cleaning the ADF .................................................................................................. 90
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3.1
Cleaning Materials and Locations requiring
Cleaning
■ Cleaning Materials
Cleaning Materials
Parts Number
Remarks
Cleaner F1
PA03950-0352
(*1)
1 bottle
Moisten a cloth with this fluid and wipe the
scanner clean.
Lint-free dry cloth
- Commercially available one
For details about the cleaning materials, contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer where you
purchased the scanner.
*1) It may take long before the cleaner vaporizes if a large quantity is used. When cleaning
the scanner parts, 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.
■ Locations and Cycle for Cleaning
The following table shows a standard cycle provided as a guide for cleaning each location.
Part to clean
Pad ASSY
Pick roller
Feed rollers
Plastic rollers
Eject rollers
Sheet guides
Glass
Ultra sonic sensor
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Standard Cleaning Cycle
Clean these parts after every 5,000 scans.
3.1 Cleaning Materials and Locations requiring Cleaning
ATTENTION
The scanner must be cleaned more frequently if you scan any of the
following type of sheets:
• Documents of coated paper
• Documents containing printed text or graphics all over the page
• 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
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3.2
Cleaning the ADF
As a guideline, clean the ADF after every 5,000 scans. 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 when you scan documents on which the toner is not firmly fixed on.
WARNING
The glass surface inside the ADF becomes hot during
the operation of the scanner. Before you start to clean
the inner parts of the scanner, disconnect the AC
adapter from the power outlet, and wait at least 15
minutes.
Do not turn off the scanner when you clean the Feed
and Eject Rollers.
■ Cleaning Method
1. Open the ADF while pushing down the ADF button.
ADF
Button
CAUTION
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Be careful, the ADF cover may close suddenly and
pinch your fingers.
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2. Clean the following locations with a lint-free cloth moistened with Cleaner F1.
Feed rollers
Sheet guide
Pad ASSY
3
Pick rolles
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Ultra sonic
sensors (x2)
Eject rollers
ATTENTION
Glasses (x2)
Plastic rollers (x4)
It may take long before the cleaner vaporizes if a large quantity is used.
When cleaning the scanner parts, dampen a cloth with modest quantities
of the cleaner. In addition, wipe off the cleaner completely with a soft lintfree cloth to leave no residue on the surface of the cleaned parts.
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• Pad ASSY
Clean the Pad ASSY (rubber surface) downward (in the direction of the arrow).
Areas to be cleaned
• Pick rollers
Clean the Pick rollers lightly preventing scratches on the rollers’ surface. Take particular
care in cleaning these rollers as black debris on them adversely affects the pickup
performance.
Pick rollers
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3.2 Cleaning the ADF
• Feed and Eject rollers
1) Open the ADF when "P" or "0" is not indicated on the Function Number display.
If you open the ADF when "P" or "0" is indicated on the Function Number display,
the Feed/Eject rollers will not rotate even if you perform step 2) below.
2) Simultaneously hold down the [Send to] and [Scan] buttons on the operator panel.
The Feed/Eject rollers start rotating slowly.
3) Put a soft cloth moistened with cleaning fluid to the surface of the rotating Feed/
Eject rollers lightly so that the surface of the rollers is cleaned.
As a guideline, seven presses of the [Send to] and [Scan] buttons make the Feed/
Eject rollers to rotate one full turn.
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Function No.
display
Function
DAILY CARE
Send to
Scan
Power button
LED
CAUTION
In step 2), the Feed rollers turn at the same time while
rotating the Eject rollers.
When cleaning the Eject rollers, be careful not to touch
the Feed rollers and vice versa.
• Plastic rollers
Clean the Plastic rollers lightly, preventing scratches on the roller surfaces. Take particular
care in cleaning these rollers as black debris on them adversely affects the pickup
performance. Be careful not to damage the sponges beside the rollers.
• Sheet guides
Wipe clean lightly.
• Glass
Wipe clean lightly.
ATTENTION
If the glass gets dirty, vertical black streaks may appear in the scanned
images.
• Ultra sonic sensor
Wipe clean lightly with a dry cloth.
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3. Push the ADF at its center to return it to its original position and lock the ADF button.
Push the center of the ADF
ATTENTION
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Close the ADF until you hear it click. Paper jams or feeding errors may
occur if the ADF is not closed firmly.
Chapter 4
REPLACING CONSUMABLES
This chapter describes how to replace scanner consumables.
In this chapter, Windows XP screenshots are used as examples.
The screens and operations provided herein may be different from actual ones if the operating
system you are using is not Windows XP.
Please take note that, when FUJITSU TWAIN 32 is updated, the screens and operations herein
may also be slightly different.
If so, refer to the document provided with the update.
WARNING
4
When operating the scanner, the glass inside the ADF
becomes very hot.
Before you replace the consumables, turn off the power
and unplug the AC adapter from the outlet, and wait for
at least 15 minutes.
4.1 Consumable and Replacement Cycle ................................................................. 96
4.2 Replacing the Pad ASSY ...................................................................................... 99
4.3 Replacing the Pick Roller................................................................................... 102
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4.1
Consumable and Replacement Cycle
The following table shows the specifications of consumables and guidelines for the
replacement cycle.
Description
Parts Number
Standard Replacement Cycle
Pad ASSY
PA03334-0002
After 100,000 scans or one year
Pick roller
PA03334-0001
After 200,000 sheets or one year
The replacement cycles above are rough guidelines for the use of A4/Letter woodfree or wood
containing paper 64 g/m2 (17 lb). This cycle varies according to the type of the scanned paper and
how frequently the scanner is used and cleaned.
ATTENTION
Use only the specified consumables to avoid document feeding trouble.
■ Guidelines for Consumable Replacement Cycle
With this product, you can check how many times the consumables have been used for you to
replace them with new ones at a right timing.
1. When turning on the power, make sure that the scanner is connected to your personal
computer.
Refer to "2.2 Connecting the Scanner to a PC" in fi-5530C2 Getting Started on the CD-ROM
for information about connecting the scanner to your personal computer.
2. Double-click on the [Printer and Other Hardware] icon on the Control panel of your
personal computer.
⇒ The [Printer and Other Hardware] window appears.
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3. In the [Printers and Other Hardware] window, double-click on the
[Scanners and Cameras] icon.
⇒ The [Scanners and Cameras] window is displayed.
⇒ The [fi-5530C2 Properties] dialog box appears.
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REPLACING CONSUMABLES
4. In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-5530C2dj] icon, and
then select [Properties]. In Windows 2000 or Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi5530C2dj] icon.
5. Click the [Device Set] tab.
⇒ The following panel appears.
You can check the following information in this panel:
• Total number of scans
• Pad counter (approximate number of scans after resetting the pad counter)
• Pick roller counter (approximate number of scans after resetting the Pick roller counter)
• Remaining ink (When the imprinter is connected, the remaining ink in the imprinter is
indicated.)
The following message may appear during use of the scanner:
Replace consumables when you see this message.
Click the [Ignore] button to hide this message and continue scanning.
It is recommended that the consumable be replaced at your early convenience.
By default, this message will appear again after another 1,000 scans. If you do not wish to
see this message, mark the [This message not display again] checkbox.
To replace the consumable, stop scanning by clicking the [Cancel] button.
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4.2 Replacing the Pad ASSY
4.2
Replacing the Pad ASSY
1. Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Open the ADF by pushing down the ADF button.
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ADF button
CAUTION
Be careful, the ADF cover may close suddenly and
pinch your fingers.
3. Remove the Pad ASSY.
Pinch the Pad ASSY and slide it to the arrow direction, and then remove it.
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4. Attach a new Pad ASSY.
Insert the claws of the Pad ASSY into the holes on the ADF.
Claws
A
While pressing down the Pad ASSY, slide it to the direction "A" and install it.
ATTENTION
Make sure that the Pad ASSY is firmly attached. If the Pad ASSY is not
correctly attached, document jams or other feeding errors may occur.
5. Push the ADF at its center to close it, and lock the ADF.
Push the center of the ADF
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6. Reset the pad counter.
1) Check that the scanner is connected to your personal computer and turn on the
scanner.
2) Open [Scanners and Cameras] from the control panel on your computer.
3) Select [Properties] of [fi-5530C2dj].
⇒ The [fi-5530C2dj Properties] dialog box appears.
4) Select the [Device Set] tab.
⇒ The following dialog box appears.
4
Click the [OK] button.
The Pad counter is reset to "0".
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5) Click the [Clear] button of [Pad] under [Page Counter], and then the [OK] button.
⇒ The following message appears.
4.3
Replacing the Pick Roller
1. Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Remove the ADF paper chute.
ADF paper chute
3. Open the ADF by pushing down the ADF button.
ADF button
CAUTION
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Be careful, the ADF cover may close and pinch your
fingers.
4.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
4. Remove the Pick roller from the scanner.
1) Pinch the knobs on the sheet guide and lift up the sheet guide to remove it.
Sheet guide
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2) Rotate the Pick roller bushing in the direction of the arrow.
Pick roller bushing
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3) Remove the Pick roller shaft while lifting it up in the direction of the arrow.
CAUTION
As the Pick roller bushing is firmly fixed, do not try to
turn the roller bushing with your fingernails. Use a
paper clip for turning the roller bushing if you cannot
rotate it with your finger.
5. Remove the Pick roller from the shaft while lifting up the tab on the Pick roller.
Tab
Shaft
Pick Roller
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4.3 Replacing the Pick Roller
CAUTION
If you lift the pick roller tab with your fingernail, it may
hurt your fingernail. Use a paper clip to lift the pick
roller tab if you cannot do it with your finger.
1
2
6. Attach new Pick roller.
Insert new Pick roller aligning the screw on the shaft with the slot in the Pick roller.
Screw
4
ATTENTION
Make sure that the Pick roller is correctly attached. The incompletelyattached Pick roller might cause document jams or other feed errors.
When attaching the Pick roller to the shaft, make sure that the roller’s tab
clicks in to place.
"Click"
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Slot
7. Attach the Pick roller shaft to the scanner.
Attach the Pick roller shaft to the scanner in reverse order of removing.
1) Set the Pick roller inserting an end of shaft into the shaft hole.
Shaft hole
Shaft
2) Turn the Pick roller bushing in the direction of the arrow.
Pick roller bushing
3) Attach the sheet guide.
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8. Push in the center of the ADF to close it until the ADF button is locked.
Press the center
of the ADF
9. Attach the ADF paper chute to the scanner.
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10. Reset the pick counter.
1) When turning on the power, check that the scanner is connected to your personal
computer.
2) Open the [Scanners and Cameras] from the control panel of your personal
computer.
3) Open the [Properties] of [fi-5530C2dj] from the [Scanners and Cameras].
⇒ The [Properties of fi-5530C2dj] dialog box is displayed.
4) Click the [Device Set] tab.
⇒ The following window appears.
5) After clicking the [Clear] button beside [Pick Roller] in [Page Counter], click the
[OK] button.
⇒ The following window appears.
Click the [OK] button.
The Pick roller counter returns to "0".
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Chapter 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter describes what to do when a paper jam occurs, how to troubleshoot, and items to
check before contacting an agent at which you bought the scanner, as well as what the labels on the
scanner indicate.
5
5.1 Removing Jammed Documents ........................................................................ 110
5.2 Error Indications in the Function Number Display .......................................... 112
5.3 Remedying Common Troubles.......................................................................... 114
5.4 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner...... 127
5.5 Checking Labels on the Scanner ...................................................................... 130
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5.1
Removing Jammed Documents
If a document jam occurred, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed documents.
CAUTION
• Take care not to get injured when removing the
jammed documents.
• Be careful not to get neckties, necklaces, etc.
entangled in the scanner when removing the jammed
documents.
• The surface of the glass may become hot during
operation. Take care not to get burned.
1. Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Open the ADF by pushing down the ADF button.
ADF Button
CAUTION
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The ADF cover may close accidentally. Be careful not
to pinch your fingers.
5.1 Removing Jammed Documents
3. Remove the jammed documents.
ATTENTION
Staples, paper clips, etc. cause document jams. Be sure to fully check the
document and feed path, and remove any small metal objects such as
these.
Also, before you start scanning, be sure to remove any staples, clips, etc.
from the document.
4. Push in the center of the ADF to close it until the ADF button is locked.
Push the center of the ADF
5
• Make sure that the ADF is completely closed. When it is not completely
closed, document jams or feeding errors may occur.
• When the scanning is completed at the pre-determined sheet or
canceled, the document might remain inside the ADF even though any
error message is not displayed.
Follow the procedure below to remove the documents remaining in the
ADF.
1. Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute.
2. Open the ADF by pushing down the ADF button.
3. Remove the remaining documents.
4. Push in the center of the ADF to close it until the ADF button is
locked.
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ATTENTION
5.2
Error Indications in the Function Number Display
When any error occurs, the operator panel indicates "U" followed by a number alternately for
temporary errors, or "E" followed by a number for device alarms (permanent error).
Temporary errors can be resolved by the operator, but the device alarm requires recovery works by
support engineers.
When the Error Recovery Guide is installed on your personal computer and if any error or device
alarm has occurred, this software displays information such as error names and error codes
regarding the error/alarm. Take notes of the information and click [Details] on its window to learn
detailed information for troubleshooting.
■ Temporary Errors:
A number appearing in alternation following the "U" refers to the following type of errors:
Indication
Solution
U1
A paper feed error occurred.
Remove the jammed documents.
(Refer to "5.1 Removing Jammed
Documents" on page 110.)
Confirm that the document meet the
paper conditions for scanning. (Refer
to "6.2 Document Quality" on page
133.)
U2
A multifeed error occurred.
Press the [Send to] button on the
Operator Panel.
The papers that were multi fed will be
ejected.
U6
The print cartridge is not set.
This is a temporary error related with
the Imprinter option (sold separately).
For details refer to fi-553PR
Operator's Guide, chapter "5 Error
Message".
HINT
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Meaning
The Error Recover Guide is stored in Setup CD-ROM. For installing the
application software, refer to "2.3 Installing the Scanner Application" in fi5530C2 Getting Started.
5.2 Error Indications in the Function Number Display
■ Device alarms:
A number appearing in alternation following the "E" refers to the following type of device alarms:
Indication
Meaning
E2
Trouble in the optical system
(front).
E3
Trouble in the optical system
(back).
E4
The motor fuse has blown out.
E6
Trouble in the operator panel.
E7
Trouble occurred in the internal
memory (EEPROM).
E8
The SCSI interface fuse has
blown out.
E9
An error in the image memory.
Ec
An alarm in the memory.
Ed
Trouble in the SCSI interface
controller
EF
Trouble in the Background
switching mechanism
Solution
When you encounter any alarm, turn
off and on the scanner. If the alarm is
still displayed on the Function Number
Display, contact the dealer where you
purchased the scanner or an
authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
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5.3
Remedying Common Troubles
This section describes troubles that may occur during scanning and how to remedy them.
Before you ask for repair service, check the following flowcharts.
If you cannot solve the problem after checking the remedies in the flowcharts, check the items in
"5.4 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner" (page 127) and then
contact the agent at which you bought the scanner or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service
provider.
Symptom 1 Scanner cannot be turned ON.
Are power cable and AC adapter
correctly connected?
NO
Correctly connect power cable.
NO
You must use the AC adapter
and cable supplied with your
scanner by the manufacturer.
Please get the correct AC
adapter and cable to connect
to your scanner.
YES
Are you using the correct AC cable
and AC adapter supplied with the
scanner from the manufacturer?
YES
Did you push the power
button?
NO
Press power button.(*)
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*) For details about how to turn the scanner on, refer to "1.1 Turning the Scanner ON" on
page 2.
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on the Function Number Display
Symptom 2 Indication
goes out.
Has a long time passed since you
used the scanner for the last time?
YES
The scanner is in the Power
Save mode. Press any
button on the control panel
to start up the scanner.
NO
Does the display remain blank
even after you have turned on
the power again?
NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
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Symptom 3 The scanning does not start.
Is the document loaded correctly
on the ADF paper chute?
NO
Load document correctly on
ADF paper chute.
NO
Close the ADF completely.
NO
Connect interface cable
correctly. (*)
YES
Use a new interface cable
and correctly connect it.
YES
Is the ADF closed completely?
YES
Is the interface cable connected
correctly?
YES
Is the connector of interface
cable broken?
NO
(when using scanner on SCSI
interface)
Is the SCSI ID set correctly?
NO
Turn OFF the scanner and set
the SCSI ID correctly, then
turn ON the scanner again.
(*)
YES
Does the scanning start after
running ON the scanner again?
YES
The scanner operation is
normal.
NO
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*) For details, refer to Getting Started "2.2 Connecting the scanner to your PC".
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Symptom 4
Quality of scanned pictures or photos is
not satisfactory.
Did you select
halftoning or dithering?
NO
Select halftoning or dithering
on your PC.
YES
Are the upper/lower glasses inside
the ADF clean?
NO
Clean dirty locations. (*)
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
5
*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 87.
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Symptom 5 Quality of scanned text or lines is unsatisfactory.
Are the upper/lower glasses inside
the ADF clean?
NO
Clean dirty locations. (*)
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 87.
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Symptom 6
Images are distorted or blurred.
Are the upper/lower glasses inside
the ADF clean?
NO
Clean dirty locations. (*)
YES
Do not press down the ADF
or place heavy object on
the ADF during scanning.
YES
Do not allow anything to
cause the scanner to
vibrate while scanning.
YES
Is the ADF cover pressed down or
heavy object placed on the ADF
during scanning?
NO
Is something causing the scanner
to vibrate during scanning?
NO
Is the scanner installed on a flat,
level surface or four rubber feet are
attached to the scanner?
NO
5
Install the scanner on
a flat, level surface, or attach
rubber feet to the scanner.
TROUBLESHOOTING
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*) For details on how to clean dirty locations, refer to "3 DAILY CARE" on page 87.
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Symptom 7 Vertical lines appear in the scanned image.
Do the lines appear on the same
part of images?
YES
Clean the upper/lower
glasses inside the ADF.(*)
NO
Do the lines disappear on images
with low resolution settings?
YES
Scan the documents with
low resolution settings.
NO
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*) The ADF glass, refer to "3.2 Cleaning the ADF" on page 90.
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Symptom 8 The Function Number Display indicates an alarm
after the scanner is turned ON
Does the Function No. display
indicate any alarm after turning ON
the scanner again?
NO
The scanner operation is
normal.
YES
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
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Symptom 9
Do paper jams (multi feed errors)
occur frequently?
Do the documents satisfy the
conditions described under the
"Precautions" in "6.2 Document
Paper Quality"?
NO
Use documents that satisfy
the requirements. (*1)
NO
Fulfill the multi feed
detection conditions. (*2)
YES
When scanning documents
like this, disable the multifeed
detection.
NO
Fan the documents before
loading, or reduce the
number of sheets of the
documents.
YES
Fan the documents 3 or 4
times to remove static
electricity from the paper.
YES
When the multi feed detection is
ON, are the multi feed detection
conditions fulfilled?(*2)
YES
Have you scanned a very thick
paper or plastic document?
NO
Were the documents fanned before
loaded on the ADF paper chute?
YES
Have the documents just been
printed out by a copier or laser
printer?
NO
Is the paper thickness switch set
on the "Normal" position?
NO
Set the paper thickness switch
to the "Normal" position. (*3)
YES
Is there any debris on the rollers
in the ADF?
YES
Remove debris from
the rollers (*4).
NO
Is the ultrasonic sensor covered
with paper dust?
YES
Clean the ultrasonic sensor.
(*5)
NO
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Continued from the previous page
Is the document stack 10mm (A4)/
5mm (A3) or less?
NO
Reduce the number of
sheets in the stack.
NO
Attach the Pad ASSY
correctly.(*6)
YES
Clean the Pad ASSY.(*7)
YES
Replace the Pad ASSY.(*6)
YES
Is the Pad ASSY attached
correctly?
YES
Is the Pad ASSY dirty?
NO
Is the Pad ASSY worn out?
5
NO
*1) For details on the requirements, refer to "6.2 Document Quality" on page 133.
*2) For details on multifeeds, refer to "6.5 Specifying How to Detect Multifeed" on page
139.
*3) For details on how to set paper thickness switch, refer to "2.3 Scanning Thin
Documents" on page 48.
*4) For details on how to clean the rollers, refer to "3.2 Cleaning the ADF" on page 90.
*5) For details on how to clean the Ultrasonic sensor, refer to the "3.2 Cleaning the ADF"
on page 90.
*6) For details on how to replace (or attach) the Pad ASSY, refer to "4.2 Replacing the Pad
ASSY" on page 99.
*7) For details on how to clean the Pad ASSY, refer to "3.2 Cleaning the ADF" on page 90.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
Symptom10 The ADF have frequent troubles not picking
documents.
Do the documents satisfy the
conditions described under the
"Precautions" in "6.2 Document
Paper Quality"?
NO
Use documents that satisfy
the requirements. (*1)
NO
Fan the documents before
loading, or reduce the
number of sheets of the
documents.
YES
Were the documents fanned
before loading into the ADF paper
chute?
YES
Is the paper thickness switch set
on the "Normal" position?
NO
Set the paper thickness switch
to the "Normal" position. (*2)
NO
Correctly install the
consumable(Pick roller and
Pad ASSY), if needed. (*3)
YES
Are all the consumables
(Pick roller and Pad ASSY)
installed correctly?
YES
Is any of consumables
(Pick roller, Pad ASSY) dirty?
YES
Clean the dirty consumable.
(*4)
NO
Is any of consumables (Pick roller
and Pad ASSY) worn out? (Check
the consumable counter)
YES
Replace the consumable,
if needed. (*3)
NO
If you cannot solve the problem
after taking measures, check the
items in "5.4 Items to check before
contacting the dealer where you
bought the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
*1) For details, refer to "6.2 Document Quality" on page 133.
*2) For details, refer to "2.3 Scanning Thin Documents" on page 48.
*3) For details, refer to "4 REPLACING CONSUMABLES" on page 95.
*4) For details, refer to "3.2 Cleaning the ADF" on page 90.
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5.3 Remedying Common Troubles
Symptom 11
The scanned images are elongated
Have you cleaned all the
rollers?
NO
Clean all the rollers. (*)
YES
Check the items in "5.4 Items
to check before contacting
the dealer where you bought
the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
YES
Have you adjusted the scan
scale?
NO
Right click the Scanner
Control Center icon and select
[Options] then adjust the scan
scale.
*) For details on how to clean the rollers, refer to "3.2 Cleaning the ADF" on page 90.
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Symptom 12
There is a shadow on the leading edge of
the scanned images.
Did you adjust the offset
(starting position for scanning
the document)?
NO
Right click the Scanner
Control Center icon and
select [Options] then
adjust the [Sub-scan Setting].
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YES
Check the items in "5.4 Items
to check before contacting
the dealer where you bought
the scanner" and contact
the dealer or an authorized
FUJITSU service provider.
5.4 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner
5.4
Items to check before contacting the agent where
you bought the scanner
Check the following items before you contact the agent where you bought the scanner.
■ General Details
Item
Findings
Model
fi-5530C2
Serial Number
(Example) 000001
For details on the serial number, refer to "5.5 Checking
Labels on the Scanner" on page 130.
Production date
(Example) 2007-07 (July, 2007)
For details on the production date, refer to "5.5 Checking
Labels on the Scanner" on page 130.
Date of purchase
Symptom
Frequency of trouble
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■ Problems in Installation or PC connection
• Problems occur when connecting to your computer
Item
Findings
OS
Displayed error message
Interface
(Example) SCSI interface
Interface controllers
(Example) made by Adaptec SCSI Card
2940AU
• Problems in the feeding system
Item
Findings
Document type
Main purpose of use
Last cleaning date
Last consumables replacement
date
Operator panel status at trouble
• Problems in the imaging system
Item
Findings
Type and version of scanner
driver
Type of interface controller
(Example) made by Adaptec SCSI Card
2940AU
OS (Windows®)
Application software
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(Example) ScandAll PRO, Acrobat
5.4 Items to check before contacting the agent where you bought the scanner
• Others
Item
Findings
Can both the original document
and the scanned document image
(output paper with Fax) be sent
out by e-mail or Fax?
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5.5
Checking Labels on the Scanner
■ Positions of Labels on the Scanner
Label A
Label B
Label A (example): Indicates scanner information.
Label B (example): Indicates various standards that the scanner conforms with.
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Chapter 6
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF
This chapter describes the required document sizes and paper quality for ensuring a correct
operation when scanning documents on the ADF.
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6.1 Document Size .................................................................................................... 132
6.2 Document Quality ............................................................................................... 133
6.3 Maximum ADF Capacity ..................................................................................... 137
6.4 Area Not To Be Perforated ................................................................................. 138
6.5 Specifying How to Detect Multifeed .................................................................. 139
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6.1
Document Size
The following shows the size of documents that can be scanned.
A
Feeding Direction
B
Maximum
Minimum
A
B
A
B
297 (11.7 in)
863.6 (34 in)
53 (2.0 in)
74 (2.9 in)
(Unit: mm)
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6.2 Document Quality
6.2
Document Quality
This section describes the types and thicknesses of documents that can be scanned stably, and
precautions to follow.
■ Document Type
•
•
Woodfree paper
Wood containing paper
When using documents of a paper type other than the above, perform a test-scanning with a
few sheets of the same type before executing the actual task in order to check whether or not
the documents can be scanned.
■ Document Thickness
Paper thickness is expressed by "paper weight." The following shows the paper weights that
can be used on this scanner:
•
52 g/m2 to 127 g/m2 (13.9 lb to 34.0 lb)
Only a paper weight of 127 g/m2 (34.0 lb) is allowed for A8-size documents.
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF
The recommended following paper types are:
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■ Precautions
The following documents may not be scanned successfully.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Documents of non-uniform thickness (e.g. envelopes and documents with photographs
attached)
Wrinkled or curled documents (Refer to HINT on page 135.)
Folded or torn documents
Documents with pictures and/or sticky notes attached
Tracing paper
Coated paper
Carbon paper
Carbonless paper
Photosensitive paper
Perforated or punched documents
Documents that are not square or rectangular
Very thin documents
Photographs
Do not use the following documents:
•
•
•
•
•
HINT
Paper-clipped or stapled documents
Documents on which the ink is still wet
Documents smaller than A8 (Portrait) in size
Documents wider than A3 or 11x 17 in size
Documents of materials other than paper such as the fabric, metal foil, transparency
• When scanning semi-transparent documents, 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 in pencil. If scanning of such
documents is inevitable, clean the rollers more frequently.
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6.2 Document Quality
ATTENTION
• Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may harm the Pad
ASSY or rollers (e.g. Pick roller) when documents are fed. Pay attention
to the following:
Cleaning:
• If paper containing wood is scanned, the service life of the Pad and Pick
roller may become shorter than that of the Pad and Pick roller used for
scanning only woodfree paper.
• The pad or rollers of the scanner could be damaged if photographs or
sheets of paper attached to the scanned document have contact with the
pad or rollers during scanning.
• Scanning documents of calendered paper such as photographs may
damage the surface of them.
HINT
When using the ADF, the leading edge of all document sheets must be
evenly aligned. Make sure that curling at the leading edge is within the
following tolerances:
More than 30mm
Feed direction
Less than
3mm
Top of the paper
6
Read surface
Feed direction
Less than
5mm
Top of the paper
Read surface
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If document jams occur frequently, clean the Pad
ASSY and the Pick roller. For details on cleaning the
Pad ASSY and the Pick roller, refer to "3.2 Cleaning
the ADF" on page 90.
Replacing parts: The service life of the Pad ASSY and the Pick roller
may be shortened compared to the case of scanning
wood containing paper documents.
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ATTENTION
This scanner can scan ID cards through the Automatic Document Feeder
with the following precautions.
• Place one card at a time into the Auto Document Feeder.
• ID card feeding requires the card to be fed through the Auto Document
Feeder in portrait mode as in the following figure.
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
• Smooth cards should be placed face down in the Auto Document Feeder.
• The card to be scanned should be within the ISO7810 compliance, type
•
•
•
•
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ID-1.
ISO7810-compliant, Type ID-1 card
Material: PVC (Poly vinyl chloride) or PVCA (Polyvinyl chloride acetate)
Dimensions: 3.4 inch (height) x 2.1 inch (width) / 86 mm x 54 mm
Thickness: 0.03 ± 0.003inch / 0.76 ± 0.08mm
Embossed cards (on which a raised effect is created) cannot be scanned.
Cards that are excessively rigid or less flexible may not feed smoothly
and excessive noise may occur.
Cards should be clean from oil and without labels.
Cards cannot be scanned when the imprinter is installed.
6.3 Maximum ADF Capacity
Maximum ADF Capacity
The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded on the ADF paper chute is determined by the
size and weight of the documents. The following graph shows the maximum document loading
capacity of ADF with respect to paper weight.
A4/Letter or smaller
100
100
80
DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF
Capacity of ADF (sheets)
6.3
B4
70
67
60
50
47
50
35
33
40
A3/11 in. x 17 in.
25
20
0
52
80
64
104
127
Paper weight (g/m2)
Paper weight conversion table
Unit
g/m2
lb
Conversion
52
64
75
80
90
104
127
13.9
17.0
20.0
21.0
24.0
27.9
34.0
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6.4
Area Not To Be Perforated
When using the ADF, document trouble might occur if there is any punched hole in the shaded area
in the following figure.
35
Top of paper
Front side
Feeding
direction
Bottom of paper
Center of paper (Unit : mm)
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6.5 Specifying How to Detect Multifeed
6.5
Specifying How to Detect Multifeed
One of the following is selected to detect a multifeed:
• Check overlapping
• Check length
• Check overlapping and length
The following describes what condition is required for each selection:
Paper weight
52 g/m2 - 127 g/m2 (13.9 lb to 34.0 lb)
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.4 in) of the vertical centerline of the document.
Other paper shall not be glued within 35 mm (1.4 in) of the vertical centerline of the document.
■ Check length
Document length deviation
1% or less
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.4 in) of the vertical centerline of the document.
■ Check overlapping and length
Paper weight
52 g/m2 - 127 g/m2 (13.9 lb to 34.0 lb)
Document length deviation
1% or less
Punched holes are not allowed within 35 mm (1.4 in) of the vertical centerline of the document.
Other paper shall not be glued within 35 mm (1.4 in) of the vertical centerline of the document.
ATTENTION
Multifeed detection by overlap will often mis-detect very thick paper or
plastic document.
When scanning documents like this, please disable the multifeed
detection.
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■ Check overlapping
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HINT
• When the overlapping check is specified, the papers which contact
closely each other, such as glued paper or electro-statically charged
paper, can result in the miss-detection of multifeed.
• Normally multifeed detection will monitor the following area of the
document.
35
Top of paper
Front side
Feeding
direction
Bottom of paper
Center of paper (Unit : mm)
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Chapter 7
SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter lists the scanner specifications.
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7.1 Basic Specifications ........................................................................................... 142
7.2 Installation Specifications.................................................................................. 144
7.3 External Dimensions .......................................................................................... 145
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7.1
Basic Specifications
Item
No.
Specification
1
Scanner Type
ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder)
-
2
Image sensor
CCD x 2
Front / Back
3
Light source
Incandescent cold cathode
fluorescent lamp x 2
Front / Back
4
Scanning
area
Minimum
A8 portrait
127 g/m2 paper
Maximum
A3 / 11 x 17 in
52 to 127 g/m2
(13.9 to 34.0 lb)
(*1)
Color
Grayscale
Binary (Black
and White)
Simplex: 35 sheets/min.
Duplex: 70 pages/min.
200 dpi
Color
Grayscale
Binary (Black
and White)
Simplex: 50 sheets /min.
Duplex: 100 pages/min.
200 dpi
Capacity of ADF
(*3)
100 sheets
A4, 80 g/m2
50 sheets
A3 80 g/m2
8
Optical Resolution
600 dpi
-
9
Output
resolution
50 - 600, 1200 dpi
Scalable
in 1 dpi
increments
1200 dpi can be
acheived by
software
processing(*4)
5
Paper Weight
6
Scanning
Speed
(A4 Portrait)
(*2)
Scanning
Speed
(A4
Landscape)
(*2)
7
Binary
(monochrome)
Glayscale
Color
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10
Grayscale level
8 bits per color
Internal 10 bits
11
Halftone Patterns
Dither / Error diffusion
-
7.1 Basic Specifications
Item
No.
12
13
14
Interface (*5)
Other functions
Options
Specification
Ultra SCSI
Shield-type 50
pin (pin-type)
halfpich
USB 2.0 / USB 1.1 (*6)
B Type
JPEG compression
-
Imprinter Port
-
Imaging Processing
Software
(*7)
fi-553PR Imprinter
(*8)
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SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
*1) For details, refer to "6 DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF" on page 131.
*2) The scanning speed shows the maximum performance of the scanner (hardware).
Software processing time such as data transfer time is added to the actual scanning time.
The scanning speed in color/grayscale mode shows the scanner performance when
images already converted to JPEG are processed.
*3) The maximum stacking capacity varies according to the document thickness. For details,
refer to "6 DOCUMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADF" on page 131.
*4) With a high resolution of 600dpi or more, scanning may be limited depending on the
scan mode, the size of the document, and the memory size of the computer you are
using.
*5) The Ultra SCSI and USB2.0/1.1 interfaces cannot be used at the same time.
*6) If you connect the scanner with USB 2.0, it its required that the USB port and the Hub
are compliant with USB 2.0. The scanning speed may slow down when connecting with
USB 1.1.
*7) "Image Processing Software Option" is an optional software for FUJITSU fi-series
scanners to perform advanced binarization processing using the "FUJITSU TWAIN 32"
scanner driver.
*8) By Using the Imprinter, a character string, such as the alphabet and numbers, can be
printed in the scanned document. It helps you to organize your documents by printing a
name, date, time or a serial number on the scanned document.
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7.2
Installation Specifications
Item
Dimensions
(Without ADF paper chute and
Stacker)
Depth
Width
Height
225 mm
(8.9 in)
399 mm
(15.7 in)
193 mm
(7.6 in)
Installation Space
(D x W x H)
800 x 500 x 500 mm
(31.5 x 19.7 x 19.7 in)
Weight
8.5 kg (18.7 lb)
Input power
144
Specification
Voltage
100 to 120 VAC ±10% 220 to 240 VAC ±10%
Phases
Single-phase
Frequency
50 / 60 ± 3Hz
Power consumption
57 W or less
Ambient
condition
Device status
Operating
Not operating
Temperature
5 to 35 °C
(41 to 95 °F)
-20 to 60 °C
(-4 to 140 °F)
Humidity
20 to 80%
8 to 95%
Heat capacity
49 kcal / H or less
Shipping Weight
12 kg (33 lb)
ATTENTION
Installation Space is the reference value of an installation space required
to read A3 documents.
ATTENTION
Refer to Chapter 4 "REPLACING CONSUMABLES" (page 95) for details
on the scanned number of sheets for current consumable.
7.3 External Dimensions
External Dimensions
The following shows the external dimensions of the fi-5530C2.
399 (15.7")
293
(11.5")
SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS
193
(7.5")
7.3
7
225 (8.8")
457 (17.9")
(Unit : mm)
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APPENDIX A
Using the [Scan] or [Send to] Button
By linking software applications to the [Scan] or [Send to] button, you can launch the linked
application at a press of a button.
(To use ScandAll PRO, read section 2.14 "Scanning by Pressing the Scan Button on the Scanner"
on page 84.)
■ Settings to Configure on the Computer
1. Select [Start]-[Control Panel].
2. Select [Scanners and Cameras]-[Properties].
3. Display the [fi-5530C2dj Properties] dialog box.
In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, right-click on the [fi-5530C2dj] icon, and then
select [Properties]. In Windows 2000 or Windows Vista, double-click on the [fi-5530C2dj]
icon.
4. Select the [Events] tab.
5. Select an event.
When the operating system you are using is Windows XP, select an event for starting up any
application from the [Select an event] menu.
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The events available for this function are:
- Scan Button (Press the [Scan] button)
- Send to 1-9 (With a number from 1 to 9 displayed on the Function Number Display, press the
[Send to] button)
6. Select an application to be launched when an event occurs. If the operating system
you are using is Windows XP, select [Start this program] under [Actions], and then
select the application from the drop-down list.
7. Click the [OK] button.
HINT
AP-2
The screens and operations may vary depending on the operating system
you are using.
■ Settings to Configure on the Scanner
Function Number
Display
Function
Send to
Scan
• When you want to use the [Scan] button
There is no specific settings.
⇒ Upon pressing the [Scan] button, the linked application starts up.
• When you want to use the [Send to] button
Press the [Function] button repeatedly to change a number displayed on the Function
Number Display until the number matches the event number (from 1 to 9) you have set.
⇒ Upon pressing the [Send to] button, the linked application starts up.
HINT
• For example, when you want to execute the [Send to 2] event, change
the number on the Function Number Display to "2".
• Every time you press the [Function] button, the displayed number
changes as follows:
1, 2, 3,...9, C, 1, 2, 3... etc.
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APPENDIX B
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
A4 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 210 x 297 mm.
A5 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 148 x 210 mm.
A6 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 105 x 148 mm.
A7 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 74 x 105 mm.
A8 size
A standard paper size. Paper size is 53 x 74 mm.
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. Backside reading = Backside scanning Refers to reading the backside of the document, specifically in Duplex
reading mode.
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 document' page size and adjusts output data to
the detected page size. Document skewing is automatically detected and corrected for
the output image.
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.
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.
Cleaning paper
Sheets used with the F1 cleaner for cleaning the rollers (pick rollers, feed rollers, etc.)
and complete document path in the scanner. Used in daily maintenance of the low
volume production scanner to reduce paper transport problems. Note: these sheets are
not meant to replace the more thorough periodic cleaning of the scanner.
Cleaning sheet
Adhesive sheets used for cleaning the rollers (pick rollers, feed rollers, etc.) and
complete document path in the scanner. Used in daily maintenance of the high volume
production level scanner to reduce paper transport problems. Note: these sheets are not
meant to replace the more thorough periodic cleaning of the scanner.
Color balance
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Balance of colors in images.
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Default settings
Pre-set values for optional menus.
Density
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.
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.
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.
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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 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.
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.
Feeds 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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Flatbed
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.
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.
Grayscale
A method for realizing the gradation from black to white on the scanned image. For
example, when scanning monochrome documents, the computer recognizes the
document 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 document is realized as the
gradation of the density data.
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.
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 Captive
Software. In order to use imaging devices designed on the ISIS standard, it is necessary
to install the driver software of the same standard.
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.
Landscape
A document is transported and read with the Short side parallel to the moving direction.
Landscape orientation
A document is transported and scanned with the long side vertical to the moving
direction.
Letter size
A standard paper size used in the U.S.A. and other countries. Paper size is 8-1/2 x 11
inches.
Linedrawing mode
Selecting linedrawing mode makes threshold and contrast settings effective but prevents
brightness from being set. The specified threshold value determines whether black or
white pixels are scanned. Line drawing mode is therefore appropriate for scanning text
and line art images.
Multifeed detection
A scanner function which detects accidental feeding of multiple sheets into the ADF. This
can be set as both enabled/disabled.
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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.
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.
Removes particles from the document image. Common particles include toner and fax
particles. Noise reduction works via an algorithm that removes pixels up to 5 x 5 dots
apart. 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.
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.
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.
Optical sensor
A type of sensor for detecting Multifeeding by light transmission. It also detects
multifeeding by recognizing differences in length of documents.
Outline extraction
The boundary between black and white areas is traced and the outline extracted for
closed areas.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
Storage temperature/humidity
The temperature and humidity levels necessary for proper storage of the scanner.
Temporary Error
An error that can be fixed by the operator.
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 daisychained. 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.
TUV
"An institution that controls products for conformity with various standards of security,
usability and environmental matters. "
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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.
Ultrasonic sensor
A type of sensor for detecting multifeeding by ultrasonic sound. Scanners detect
multifeeding by recognizing differences in the amount of ultrasonic waves that
penetrates the document.
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).
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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INDEX
B
FUJITSU TWAIN32 Scanner Driver ........ 12
Batch Scan .............................................. 37
G
C
Glass
....................................................... 93
Checking Labels on the Scanner .......... 130
Cleaning Materials
Cleaner F1
H
.................................. 88
........................................ 88
Color/Monochrome Auto Detection ......... 77
Hole Punch Removal ............................... 81
How to use the Scanner Driver
......... 12, 29
Compression ........................................... 54
L
Consumable and Replacement Cycle ..... 96
Correcting the skewed
Loading Documents on the ADF for
Documents .................71, 74, 77, 79, 81, 84
Scanning
................................................... 6
Locations for cleaning
D
Detecting Multi Feeds
............................. 91
Eject roller .......................................... 91
............................. 66
Feed roller
......................................... 91
........................................... 145
Glasses .............................................. 91
Document specifications ....................... 131
Pad ASSY .......................................... 91
................ 138
Pick roller ........................................... 91
Document Quality ............................ 133
Plastic roller ....................................... 91
Document Size ................................ 132
Sheet guide
Dimensions
Area not to be perforated
....................................... 91
Ultra sonic sensor .............................. 91
E
M
Eject roller ............................................... 93
Excluding a Color from the Image
Maximum ADF Capacity ........................ 137
(dropout color) ......................................... 62
Multi feed Detection Conditions ............. 139
.................................................. 8
Multi Image .............................................. 74
Extension
O
F
Feed roller ............................................... 93
FUJITSU ISIS Scanner Driver
................ 16
OCR
........................................................ 55
Open Password ....................................... 56
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Scanning Documents with different
Pad ASSY ......................................... 92, 96
Widths
Paper Thicknesss Switch ........................ 48
Scanning double sided Documents ......... 46
Paper weight ......................................... 137
Scanning thin Documents
Pick roller
.......................................... 92, 96
Plastic roller
............................................ 93
..................................................... 47
Searchable PDF ...................................... 55
Security
................................................... 55
Power button ............................................. 2
Sheet guide
Power Save Mode ..................................... 5
Side guide
Profile Editor
........................................... 38
............................................. 93
................................................. 9
Skipping blank Pages .............................. 64
Split Image
R
....................... 48
.............................................. 79
Standard Cleaning Cycle ......................... 88
Remedying Common Troubles
............. 114
Removing Jammed Documents ............ 110
T
Replacing the Pad ASSY ........................ 99
Troubleshooting ..................................... 109
Replacing the Pick Roller ...................... 102
Turning the Scanner ON
........................... 2
Reset the pad counter ........................... 101
Reset the pick counter
.......................... 108
U
Ultra sonic sensor .................................... 93
S
Using the (Scan) or (Send to) button ......... 1
Saving scanned Images in PDF Format
. 51
Saving scanned images in PDF format
Using Adobe Acrobat
........................ 57
Using ScandAll PRO ......................... 53
Scan ........................................................ 33
Scanner spacifications .......................... 141
Capacity of ADF .............................. 142
Dimensions
..................................... 144
Input power
..................................... 144
Interface
.......................................... 143
Paper Weight
.................................. 142
Scanning area ................................. 142
Scanning Speed .............................. 142
Weight ............................................. 144
Scanning Documents .............................. 10
Scanning Documents longer than A3 size 49
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P3PC-1922-01ENZ0
Issue Date: June, 2007
Issued by: PFU LIMITED
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z PFU LIMITED is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting
from the use of this scanner and procedures described in this
manual, profit loss due to defects, and any claims by a third party.
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