imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series Customer Expectations

imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500
Series
Customer Expectations Document
Version 2
Engineering Services and Solutions Division
Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series Customer Expectations Document
Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................................................. 6
2. Product Overview ................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Summary of Functions .................................................................................... 7
2.2 High-Resolution Imaging System for Copied and Printed Images................... 9
2.3 Image Stabilization Control ............................................................................. 9
2.3.1
Automatic Gradation Adjustment ....................................................... 9
2.3.2
Automatic Calibration ......................................................................... 9
2.3.3
Accurate Registration ........................................................................ 9
2.4 Third Generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE Platform Improvements ......... 10
2.5 Professional Input/Output Accessories ......................................................... 11
2.6 Storage Capabilities ...................................................................................... 11
2.6.1
Mail Box ........................................................................................... 12
2.6.2
Advanced Box.................................................................................. 13
2.6.3
Network............................................................................................ 13
2.6.4
Memory Media ................................................................................. 14
2.7 Security Features .......................................................................................... 15
2.7.1
Device Authentication ...................................................................... 15
2.7.2
Data Security ................................................................................... 17
2.7.3
Document Security .......................................................................... 21
2.7.4
Network Security .............................................................................. 22
3. Machine Dimensions and Space Requirements ................................................ 23
3.1 Dimensions ................................................................................................... 23
3.2 Weight ........................................................................................................... 23
3.3 Installation and Service Space ...................................................................... 24
3.3.1
Installation Space Diagrams ............................................................ 25
3.4 Recommended Floor Space Requirements .................................................. 27
3.5 Floor Structure Requirements ....................................................................... 27
3.6 Network Interface Connectivity...................................................................... 28
4. Power/Electrical Requirements ........................................................................... 29
4.1 Power Requirements for the Main Unit and Optional Accessories ................ 29
5. Environmental Factors and Requirements ......................................................... 31
5.1 Temperature and Humidity Conditions .......................................................... 31
5.2 Temperature Gradient ................................................................................... 31
5.3 Ventilation ..................................................................................................... 32
5.4 Elevation Limitations ..................................................................................... 32
5.5 Lighting.......................................................................................................... 32
5.6 Sunlight ......................................................................................................... 32
5.7 Ammonia ....................................................................................................... 32
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6. Specifications ....................................................................................................... 33
6.1 Main Unit ....................................................................................................... 33
6.2 Paper Deck Unit-E1 ...................................................................................... 38
6.3 POD Deck Lite-C1 ......................................................................................... 39
6.4 Document Insertion Unit-P1 .......................................................................... 40
6.5 Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1 .............................................................. 41
6.6 Copy Tray-R1 ................................................................................................ 42
6.7 Staple Finisher-V1......................................................................................... 42
6.8 Booklet Finisher-V1 ....................................................................................... 45
6.9 Copy Card Reader-F1 ................................................................................... 48
6.10 2/3 Hole Puncher Unit-A1.............................................................................. 48
6.11 Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 ............................................................................ 49
7. System Options .................................................................................................... 50
7.1 Copy and Print Options ................................................................................. 50
7.1.1
imagePASS-Y1 ................................................................................ 50
7.1.2
Barcode Printing Kit-D1 ................................................................... 51
7.1.3
Secure Watermark-B1 ..................................................................... 51
7.1.4
PCL International Font Set-A1 ......................................................... 51
7.2 Universal Send and Fax Options................................................................... 52
7.2.1
Universal Send Trace and Smooth Kit-A1 ....................................... 52
7.2.2
Universal Send Advanced Feature Set-H1 ...................................... 52
7.2.3
Universal Send Security Feature Set-D1 ......................................... 52
7.2.4
Universal Send Digital User Signature Kit-C1 .................................. 52
7.2.5
Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 ............................................................... 53
7.2.6
Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1 ................................................. 53
7.2.7
Super G3 3rd/4th Line Fax Board-AS1 ............................................ 53
7.2.8
Remote Fax Kit-A1 .......................................................................... 53
7.2.9
IP Fax Expansion-B1 ....................................................................... 54
7.3 Web Access Software-K1.............................................................................. 55
7.4 Data Security and Wireless Options.............................................................. 55
7.4.1
Encrypted Secure Print Software-D1 ............................................... 55
7.4.2
imageRUNNER ADVANCE Security Kit-M1 for IEEE 2600
Common Criteria Certification .......................................................... 55
7.4.3
HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1 ............................................................... 56
7.4.4
Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1 ................................................ 56
7.4.5
Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 ............................................................ 57
7.4.6
2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1................................................................. 57
7.4.7
2.5 inch/1 TB HDD-P1 ..................................................................... 58
7.5 Accessibility Options ..................................................................................... 59
7.5.1
Voice Guidance Kit-G1 .................................................................... 59
7.5.2
Voice Operation Kit-D1 .................................................................... 59
7.5.3
ADF Access Handle-A1 ................................................................... 59
7.6 Serial Interface Kit-K2 ................................................................................... 59
7.7 Other imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series Main Unit Accessory
Options .......................................................................................................... 59
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8. Installation Review................................................................................................ 60
8.1 Installation Time ............................................................................................ 60
8.2 Customer Installation Responsibilities........................................................... 62
9. Consumable Items ................................................................................................ 63
9.1 Usage Conditions .......................................................................................... 63
9.2 Consumable Parts......................................................................................... 64
9.2.1
Estimated Life of Consumables ....................................................... 64
10. Toner Bottle Yields ............................................................................................... 64
11. Waste Toner Yields ............................................................................................... 65
12. Optimum Monthly Product Performance ............................................................ 66
13. Machine Productivity ............................................................................................ 67
13.1 Print Speed ................................................................................................... 67
13.2 Mixed Paper Weight Job Productivity ............................................................ 69
13.3 Heavy Paper Weight Job Productivity ........................................................... 70
13.4 Paper and Toner Replacement ..................................................................... 70
14. Media Usage/Compatibility .................................................................................. 71
14.1 Media Characteristics by Media Library Parameters ..................................... 71
14.2 Paper Handling and Storage ......................................................................... 71
14.3 Selecting the Correct Media .......................................................................... 72
14.4 Paper Grain and Curl .................................................................................... 72
14.5 Note for Customers Who Cut Their Own Paper ............................................ 73
14.6 Media Feed Locations ................................................................................... 73
14.7 Paper Sizes and Feed Location Chart .......................................................... 76
15. Image Quality Capabilities ................................................................................... 77
15.1 Customer-Defined Image Quality Adjustments and Recommendations........ 77
15.1.1 Adjust Image Quality Modes ............................................................ 78
15.1.2 Paper Type Management Settings .................................................. 78
16. Responsibility Matrix ............................................................................................ 79
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IMPORTANT
The purpose of this Customer Expectations Document is to explain the current
features and capabilities of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series, and
provide customers information about what to expect before purchasing the
machine.
The information included in this document has been pulled from various sources,
including product reference guides, service guides, and user manuals, as well as
from the results from internal Canon testing. Specifications and other information
contained herein may vary slightly, and in a non-material way, from actual device
values, including those found in advertising and other printed matter. Part
numbers, yield information, and specifications are subject to change without
notice. Accordingly, the latest specifications for the machine may not be found in
this document. As new information becomes available, this document will be
revised. Canon authorized dealers can access the latest revision of this
document from the Download Center page in the e-Support Web site
(support.cusa.canon.com).
DISCLAIMER
NEITHER CANON NOR ITS SUPPLIERS NOR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE
PROVIDER SHALL BE LIABLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
(UNLESS CAUSED SOLELY AND DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF CANON
OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER), LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT,
FAILURE TO REALIZE SAVINGS OR OTHER BENEFITS, EXPENDITURES FOR
SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES, LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DATA STORED ON THE PRODUCT’S HARD
DISK DRIVE, STORAGE CHARGES OR OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO
USE THE PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE
CLAIM IS BASED AND EVEN IF CANON OR ITS SUPPLIERS OR ANY
AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST CANON
OR ITS SUPPLIERS OR ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER BE GREATER IN
AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT CAUSING THE
ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, THE PURCHASER
ASSUMES ALL RISKS AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO
PERSONS AND THE PROPERTY OF THE PURCHASER OR OTHERS ARISING
OUT OF THE POSSESSION, USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT
NOT CAUSED SOLELY AND DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF CANON OR
ANY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER.
Copyright 2016 by Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved.
Product and company names used herein are, or may be, the registered trademarks or
trademarks of their respective owners.
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1.
Introduction
The Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series Customer Expectations
Document contains information about the features and capabilities of the Canon
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series. This document should be used as part of
the presale and pre-installation planning process to help clarify the requirements
and responsibilities associated with supporting, owning, and operating the
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series. It is also recommended that those
interested in purchasing the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series have, and
familiarize themselves with, the information in this document prior to making their
purchase.
Version 2 clarifies the Universal Login Manager (ULM) activation requirements.
2.
Product Overview
The Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series brings the following
capabilities to users in an office environment:
• Print speeds of up to 75 ppm (pages per minute), 65 ppm, or 55 ppm (LTR,
Black-and-White), depending on the model purchased.
• New standard features, such as: PCL, PS, ULM (Universal Login Manager),
Remote Operator’s Software Kit, Wireless LAN support, HDD Encryption Kit, and
Scan to Word (OOXML).
• Single pass duplex document feeder with two-sided black-and-white scanning
speeds of up to 240 ipm (images per minute), two-sided color scanning speeds
of up to 220 ipm, and 300-sheet capacity.
• A newly-designed 10.1” WSVGA, flat, control panel with flick and pinch action,
similar to the technology used on smartphones.
• Standard 250 GB hard disk drive, with an option to expand the machine’s
memory to 1 TB.
• Finishing options, such as a staple or booklet finisher, hole puncher, document
insertion unit, and document insertion/folding unit.
• True 1,200 dpi printing at the engine’s rated speed.
• Standard USB memory support. One USB port is on the left-hand side of the
control panel and can be used for scanning, printing, or direct printing from a
USB memory stick. One USB port is on the rear of the machine, and can only be
used to attach a USB keyboard, third-party card reader, direct printing, or for
servicing the machine.
• Standard Universal Send, UFR II, PCL, 6, Adobe PostScript 3, and PDF/XPS
Direct Printing.
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2.1 Summary of Functions
Function
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series
6575i
6565i
65551
Print Speed (LTR)
B&W
Up to 75 ppm
Scan Speed
(LTR, 300 dpi)
DADF
DADF Capacity
Engine Resolution
Gradations
B&W
Color
2-Sided: Up to 240 ipm, 1-Sided: Up to 120 ipm
2-Sided: Up to 220 ipm, 1-Sided: Up to 120 ipm
Standard Single Pass Duplex
300 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m²))
Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi
256 levels
4” x 5 7/8”
11” x 17” original
13” x 19 1/4” copy/print
14 lb bond to 80 lb cover (52 to 220 g/m²)
Min
Paper Size
Paper Weight
HDD Capacity
Max
Drawers
Multi-Purpose
Tray
Up to 65 ppm
Up to 55 ppm
14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m²)
Standard 250 GB, Maximum 1 TB
Main Controller 1: 3 GB Standard
Printer Memory
Copy
Main Controller 2: 3 GB Maximum
Standard
Standard (2,000 files, 30,000 pages)
Standard (1,000 files max, including folders)
Mail Box
Advanced Box
Store
Memory Media
Standard (USB)
Support
UFR II
Standard
PCL
Standard
*1
Direct Print
Standard (JPEG, TIFF (B/W), PDF/XPS )
PostScript
Standard
Print
Barcode Print
Optional
imagePASS
Optional (w/imagePASS-Y1)
Forced
Reservation
Standard
Printing
*1 Direct Print XPS files can only be printed from the Remote UI.
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Summary of Functions Continued
Function
Universal Send
Searchable
PDF
PDF High
Compression
PDF Advanced
Feature Set
OOXML
PDF Security
Feature Set
PDF Digital
Device
Signature
PDF Digital
User Signature
Blank Page
Removal
Super G3 Fax
Remote Fax
IP Fax
Send
Fax
Network
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series
6575i
6565i
65551
Standard
Standard
Standard
Optional
Standard (.docx/.pptx)
Optional
Optional
Optional
Standard
Optional (up to 4 lines w/Super G3 FAX Board)
Optional
Optional
Standard Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000
Base-T, Standard Wireless LAN
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Remote UI
MEAP Capability
Access Management System
*2
ULM
User
Standard
Authentication
Security Policy
Security
Standard
Support
HDD
Standard
Encryption Kit
My ADVANCE Standard
*2 To activate the ULM, the customer must have an Internet connection.
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2.2 High-Resolution Imaging System for Copied and Printed Images
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series provides a high-resolution imaging
system. This system renders images at a 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print resolution, which
delivers the highest level of speed and image quality. Object-optimized imaging
also helps to achieve superior print quality. Text and lines are processed with a
high priority given to resolution, and images and graphics are processed with a
high priority given to gradation. This high-resolution imaging system coupled with
the Density Detection Adjustment mode, a feature that refines thin, fine text, and
lines while the device is rendering images at 1,200 x 1,200 dpi, minimizes faint
output and delivers quality prints.
2.3 Image Stabilization Control
The quality of printed images is affected by changes in the environment, such as
temperature and humidity, in which the machine is installed. It is also affected by
the deterioration of image formation parts through extended use. The
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series reduces these issues, stabilizes image
production, and maintains consistency with features, such as the Auto Gradation
Adjustment mode, Density Detection, and accurate registration (+- 1.0 mm).
2.3.1 Automatic Gradation Adjustment
Automatic Gradation Adjustment is a function that helps to automatically adjust
toner density. Select from the Quick Adjustment mode or Full Adjustment mode.
The Quick Adjustment mode quickly and simply adjusts the gradation and density
by performing calibration without outputting test prints. The Full Adjustment mode
performs a precise calibration by outputting and scanning test prints. For more
information on the Automatic Gradation Adjustment modes, see
“Adjustment/Maintenance,” in the Settings/Registration e-Manual included with
the machine.
2.3.2 Automatic Calibration
Auto Calibration is a process that adjusts the maximum density to maintain
high-image quality. This process is completed in 28 seconds, is performed every
6,000 pages printed, and does not interrupt current print jobs. Instead, the
automatic calibration is performed after the current print job completes.
2.3.3 Accurate Registration
Image registration can be finely adjusted by manually specifying an exact
adjustment value for every user-specified paper type. For more information, see
“Printing a Test Page to Adjust the Image Position on a Custom Paper Type,” in
the Settings/Registration e-Manual included with the machine.
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2.4 Third Generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE Platform Improvements
The Third Generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform has been designed for
advanced functionality, high-reliability, and ease of operation. The Third
Generation platform enables digital business communications, such as imaging
technology, cloud connectivity, and mobile solutions to seamlessly work together.
The imageRUNNER 6500 Series design improvements are described below.
• The paper drawers and cassettes feature an opening handle, instead of a
push-button to open the drawers.
• The ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) has a magnetic release mechanism,
which enables the user to lift the feeder off the platen glass without the use of too
much force.
• The optional Staple Finisher-V1 and Booklet Finisher-V1 support staple-free
stapling and stapling on demand.
­ Staple-Free stapling binds the paper together with pressure, which eliminates
the need for metal staples (a consumable item). Up to four (4) sheets (20 lb
bond paper) can be bound using this method. This results in better document
stacking.
­ Staple on Demand provides a convenience stapler as part of the finisher.
• The multi-purpose tray has been improved to include automatic size detection.
This eliminates the need to register standard paper sizes when they are placed in
the tray.
• Enhanced paper jam clearance. When a paper jam occurs, the jammed paper is
moved within the device to a more accessible area for removal. This minimizes
paper tears when clearing the paper jam.
• The accuracy of detecting the waste toner level has improved, and now users
can replace the Waste Toner Container without a service call to a service
technician 1.
• The ADF is pre-installed at the factory. This reduces the machine’s install time by
approximately 6 minutes.
• An Installation Navigation Wizard is activated when the machine is first turned
ON. This Wizard guides the user to configure the necessary information and
settings for basic machine operations.
1
To aid the customer in replacing the Waste Toner Container, Canon has added a user maintenance video on the
UI that can be turned ON in the Service Mode.
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2.5 Professional Input/Output Accessories
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series features many robust input and
output accessories that allow customers working in light-production or high-volume
office environments to complete large jobs directly from the machine. For more
information on the input and output accessories that can be attached to the
machine, see “Specifications,” on p. 33.
Input Accessories
• Duplex Color Image Reader Unit (Standard)
• Paper Deck Unit-E1
• POD Deck Lite-C1
Finishing (Output) Accessories
• Staple Finisher-V1
• Booklet Finisher-V1
• Copy Tray-R1
• 2/3 Hole Puncher-A1
• Document Insertion Unit-P1
• Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
2.6 Storage Capabilities
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series offers four built-in storage methods
with flexible linkage to external systems for storing scanned documents and
accessing stored files.
• Mail Box
• Advanced Box
• Network
• Memory Media
IMPORTANT
• Canon U.S.A., Inc. is not responsible for any damages caused to user data that
is stored on the hard disk drive of the machine. It is the customer’s responsibility
to create and maintain a data backup plan. Canon U.S.A., Inc. offers several
security options to enhance document handling and storage security needs. See
“System Options,” on p. 50.
• It is strongly recommended to back up the data stored on the hard disk drive.
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2.6.1 Mail Box
The Mail Box is a data storage area that stores and handles files for printing.
The Mail Box function enables users to store files that are scanned with this
machine, or data sent from a personal computer via the printer driver. The stored
files can be printed anytime using the desired settings. Also, the file format of the
scanned documents can be converted into another format, such as TIFF, PDF,
JPEG, XPS, and OOXML, to send via e-mail or fax by using the Send function.
Up to 100 mailboxes can be used, and a name or password can be set for each
mailbox. In addition, various editing features are available, such as merging
separately stored files into one file, and erasing unnecessary pages from a file.
Each mail box can store up to 30,000 pages.
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2.6.2 Advanced Box
Advanced Box is a storage area in the machine that stores scanned documents
and Microsoft Office files that can be used on a computer. There are two types of
storage in the Advanced Box: the Shared Space and the Personal Space.
Shared Folders
• An open access storage space. Ideal as a shared storage space by multiple
users (for example, team, group, or department members).
• Subfolders can be created.
• Up to 1,000 files/folders (main and sub) can be saved in each level.
Personal Folders
• Access is restricted to the set user only. Authentication must be set up to
enable a personal folder.
• Subfolders can be created.
• Up to 1,000 files/folders (main and sub) can be saved in each level.
Documents can be scanned with this machine, stored in the PDF, JPEG, or TIFF
file format, and can also be printed on this machine at any time with the desired
print settings.
The Advanced Box can be opened to the public as an SMB (Server Message
Block) server or WebDAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning) server. This
enables the user to access the Advanced Box from a computer, and store and
share files in their native format, such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. To
view and print these native format files from the Advanced Box, the user must
access them via a computer.
The standard storage space for the Advanced Box is approximately 15 GB.
However, the standard Advanced Box storage capacity can be increased to 629
GB if the optional 2.5 inch/1 TB HDD is installed.
IMPORTANT
It is strongly recommended to protect the Advanced Box folders from viruses. If
the user’s computer system has an antivirus system in place, add the
Advanced Box folders to its list of folders to scan and protect.
2.6.3 Network
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series is equipped with a collaboration
function that enables it to be connected to other imageRUNNER ADVANCE
machines via the SMB/WebDav protocol. When the machine is connected to
other machines, a user can select an Advanced Box in another machine (if it is
on the network) to store files or print a file that is stored in another machine on
this machine.
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2.6.4 Memory Media
Memory Media is storage that can be used by attaching a USB memory stick to
the USB port on the control panel. A document can be scanned with this machine
and stored in memory media in the PDF, JPEG, or TIFF file format, and also the
file stored in the memory media can be printed on this machine at any time with
the desired print settings.
When printing files from memory media, the maximum file size is 2 GB. Up to 6
files on the memory media can be printed at the same time. The maximum
number of files on the USB memory media that can be displayed or stored is
1,000 (including folders).
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2.7 Security Features
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series includes a comprehensive set of
security features, such as Device Authentication, Data Security, Document
Security, and Network Security.
2.7.1 Device Authentication
There are three ways to authenticate users at the device.
• Department ID Management - Register a Department ID and password for
each department, and manage the machine by limiting its use to only those
who enter the correct Department ID and password. Department IDs and
passwords for up to 1,000 departments can be registered. Use Department ID
Management to keep track of the copy, scan, and print totals for each
department. The following settings can be specified:
­ Turn Department ID Management 'On' or 'Off'.
­ Register the Department ID and password.
­ Set page limits for scans, prints, and copies.
­ Set whether to use Department ID Management for the Mail Box, Send, and
Network Scan functions. If the Copy function is specified, it is automatically
restricted when Department ID Management is set.
­ Set up copy, scan, and print restrictions.
• Universal Login Manager - ULM (Universal Login Manager) is a MEAP
application, developed by NT-ware, that provides log in management
capabilities, such as simple user authentication, Local Authentication, and
Domain Authentication for Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. These
user authentication methods use Picture Log In, PIN Codes, or Proximity Card
Log In methods to gain access to the machine. Although, ULM is a server-less
authentication solution, it can also integrate with the Access Management
System for advanced security. Furthermore, ULM can be upgraded to the full
uniFLOW platform, which provides mobile printing, secure printing, advanced
security, and scanning workflow capabilities, along with a fully-automated
statistics and reporting suite.
NOTE
ULM comes pre-installed on all Third Generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE
devices. To activate the ULM, the PC/Workstation used for activation must
have access to the Internet.
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• Universal Authentication - A user authentication system that enables the
functions of the machine and MEAP applications to be used by a user after
being authenticated once. UA has two compatible user authentication systems
(Domain Authentication and Local Device Authentication). Domain
Authentication is linked to a domain controller in a Windows Active Directory
environment on a network. Local Device Authentication uses a database inside
the machine to authenticate users. Administrators can use one of these two
systems or both at the same time. The Access Management System is a
subset of the UA system.
• Access Management System - The standard AMS (Access Management
System) enables system administrators to restrict various Copy, Print, Fax,
Scan, Mail Box, and Send functions that each user can use. Once the AMS is
activated, a Function Level Log-In can be used to authenticate users for
specific machine functions only. UA must be activated to use the Log-In
feature of the AMS.
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2.7.2 Data Security
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series offers several ways to protect and
secure data. It is strongly recommended that a backup and security system is in
place, along with an antivirus protection system to make sure that no data on the
hard disk drives are lost, stolen, or compromised.
There are several security methods available from Canon U.S.A., Inc. that
appropriately address a customers’ need for securing data. If a customer has any
data security concerns, please contact the dealer for more information.
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8.
Customer Accessible HDD Initialization Function (Initialize All Data/Settings)
Optional Document Scan Lock Kit-B1
imageRUNNER ADVANCE Trusted Platform Module
Standard HDD Data Erase Kit
Standard HDD Encryption Kit
Optional HDD Mirroring Kit-J1
Optional Removable Hard Disk Kit-AL1
Standard Security Policy Function
CAUTION
Canon U.S.A., Inc. is not liable for any damages resulting from the loss or
corruption of data. (See page 5 for further details.)
• Initialize All Data/Settings Function – The Initialize All Data/Settings function
is a standard function on all Canon devices. This setting is available in the
Management Mode, to which the system administrator must authenticate.
Performing this function, erases all user information on the hard disk drive of
the machine (e.g., contact information, Advance Box and Mail Box data,
network settings, and image data).
• Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 – The Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 embeds an
invisible code over the entire surface of a printed document, which identifies
which printer printed the document, and enables the user to track who printed
the document. The Document Scan Lock system is tamper resistant, and if
someone tries to copy the document, the Document Scan Lock system checks
to see if the person has the proper permissions to reproduce it. A password
may be required to enable the reproduction of the document. For more
information on the Document Scan Lock Kit, see “Document Scan Lock Kit-B1,”
on p. 57.
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• TPM (Trusted Platform Module) - TPM is a standard security chip (tamper
resistant hardware) installed in the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6275. The TPM
provides a facility for the secure generation of cryptographic keys, encrypts
information stored on the internal HDD, and decrypts information read from the
internal HDD. The public keys to encrypt confidential information are securely
controlled by the TPM chip, and they can only be decrypted if the TPM releases
the associated decryption key. If the HDD is removed from the machine, it will
be difficult to retrieve data off that HDD since the encryption key for that data is
stored in a separate location within the TPM.
CAUTION
Once the TPM setting is activated, if the end user fails to back up the
TPM key, or if the end user loses the TPM key, it may result in
permanent, unrecoverable data loss, for which Canon U.S.A., Inc. is not
liable. (See page 5 for further details.)
IMPORTANT
• If the TPM setting is activated and the TPM chip fails, the confidential
information stored on the chip can only be recovered if Canon’s service
representative replaces the TPM chip and restores the original TPM key to
the new chip. Immediately, back up the TPM key on a USB memory stick,
after the TPM setting is activated.
• Only the Administrator of the machine can back up the TPM key.
• For security reasons, the TPM key can only be backed up once. Store the
USB memory with the backup data in a safe place.
• For the backup of the TPM key, it is recommended that a USB memory stick
(supported system file: FAT32) with free space of 10 MB or more is used.
• The TPM seals the hardware components associated with the data, and the
data cannot be accessed unless the specific TPM key is issued by the TPM
chip. Therefore, setting the TPM mode to ‘On’, may affect service procedures
and service costs (if not handled properly). It is strongly recommended that
the Administrator who has access to the TPM key be present for all service
calls to prevent the loss of data and productivity of the machine.
• Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1 - The optional Removable Hard Disk
Drive Kit-AL1 provides the capability to physically remove the hard disk drive
from the machine so it may be placed in a secured location. The hard disk drive
can easily be removed for secure storage on a frequent basis, and can easily
be reinstalled for normal machine use. This option provides another layer of
data security for government agencies and corporate enterprises that need to
ensure that data stored on the hard disk is physically secure when the machine
is not in use. For more information on the Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1,
see “Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1,” on p. 56.
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• HDD Data Erase Kit - The HDD Data Erase Kit is standard and available for
those environments that require additional data security measures. This kit
automatically overwrites image data that is written to the hard drive following
each job performed at the machine. The HDD Data Erase Kit overwrites up to
three times with random data, depending on the preferences set by the system
administrator. Other settings for the overwrite kit include the ability to overwrite
once with null data and overwrite once with random data.
IMPORTANT
An increase in the amount of times the HDD Data Erase Kit-C1 overwrites
data, results in a loss of job productivity.
• HDD Data Encryption Kit - The HDD Encryption Kit is standard. The HDD
encryption chip is the Canon MFP Security Chip 2.10, which complies with the
FIPS 140 2-Level 2 security standard established by the United States
government. The Canon MFP Security Chip 2.10 is certified as a cryptographic
module under the Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP)
established by the United States and Canada. This adds an additional layer of
security to files stored on the HDD.
• HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1 - The optional Mirroring function provides
redundancy when used with an additional hard disk drive of the same storage
capacity. This preserves company data if one hard disk drive fails. For more
information on the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1, see “HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1,”
on p. 57.
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• Security Policy Function – The security policy function is used to collectively
configure the security-related settings into one security policy. These settings
can be protected by a dedicated password to achieve a high-level of security.
A Security Administrator can reflect policy settings that comply with the security
policies of his/her company in the devices under his/her charge to restrict
people, other than the security administrator (system administrators and end
users), from using functions that do not comply with the policies, or from
changing the setting values.
The information configured in the security policy can be exported or imported
by using the DCM function or the iWEMC DCM Plug-In, and can be copied to
multiple devices.
IMPORTANT
• Only an Administrator, who knows the security password, can disable the
Security function.
• Proper management and workflows are necessary for users who use the
Security Policy function, and for machines that support this function. If an
Administrator must log on to access the machine, it is necessary, to notify the
service technicians and the Call Center of support of these security policies,
in case the Administrators or users forget their passwords. Therefore, a
service technician must make an appointment with the Administrator, before a
visit, so that the Security function can be disabled. Also, it is important to
verify and establish a system to issue license keys.
• The passwords of the Security Policy Administrator and the System
Administrator can be cleared from the Service Mode. However, the
passwords cannot be cleared in the Service Mode, if "Restrict Service
Representative Access" is enabled. In this case, an HDD clear is required,
and it is necessary to explain to the Administrator about the risk of any
security policy specified, and request to manage the passwords.
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2.7.3 Document Security
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series offers several document security
modes to protect printed and distributed documents.
• PDF Visible Digital Signature – The PDF Visible Signatures mode enables
the user to view the device signature and user signature on a PDF file. Visible
digital signatures and user signatures are displayed on the first page of the
PDF file to account for the origin of the document. The system administrator of
the machine can set the Visible Signatures mode for all PDF documents or
certain PDF documents created on the machine. This mode differentiates from
the Digital Signature mode in that instead of having to access digital signature
information from the document properties from the File menu, this information is
displayed prominently on the first page of the document in the background, and
is printed along with the document data, thereby deterring improper distribution
of sensitive documents.
• Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management ES Server Integration – Adobe
LiveCycle enables Administrators to set automatic document privileges and
apply security policies by creating Policy Protected PDF files on the machine,
even after document creation, using the Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management
ES Server. Once a Policy Protected PDF document is created on the machine
with this feature enabled, the PDF extension in Adobe Reader, upon attempt by
a user to open a protected PDF, contacts the Rights Management Server to
check the latest authorized users, expiration, auditing, and watermarking
policies set by the administrator. These latest policies are then enforced by that
application to ensure the information in that document remains secure.
IMPORTANT
• To generate a PDF linked with Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management ES
Server, the Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management ES Server must be
licensed, pre-configured by a system administrator, and the machine must be
connected to the Intranet or Internet.
• Encrypted PDF and PDF/A-1b documents are not compatible with Adobe
LiveCycle Rights Management ES Server.
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2.7.4 Network Security
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series secures network communications
by using IP Address and MAC (Media Access Control) Address filters, encryption
and authentication, and network port and application access control.
• IP Address and MAC Address Filters – IP Address Filter performs a function
similar to many firewalls. It permits or rejects incoming packets from up to eight
IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses. Also, IP address filters to outbound
connections can be applied. For example, if such functions as Remote Copy
and Universal Send are used, system administrators can block or restrict users
from sending files to specific IP addresses. This helps to minimize the risk of
data being sent out of the company to systems that are not trusted.
MAC Address Filter permits or rejects access for up to 100 MAC addresses. It
is useful for environments that use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol) for IP address assignments. If DHCP leases expire and a new IP
address is issued to a certain system, the filter can still identify the system’s
MAC address, and permit or reject access to the machine. MAC addresses can
be easily added, edited, or deleted through the Remote UI. MAC Address Filter
takes a higher priority than IP Address Filter, which prevents unknown systems
from attacking the machine.
• Encryption and Authentication – SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protects data
transferred over the network by encrypting file names and formats. The System
Administrator can also add IPSec capabilities to secure Internet Protocol (IP)
communications from lower layer protocols, such as TCP (Transmission
Control Protocol) and UDP (User Datagram Protocol) by authenticating and
encrypting each IP packet of a data stream across the Internet.
Additionally, the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series supports IEEE 802.1x,
which provides port-based authentication. Authentication involves
communications between a supplicant, authenticator, and authentication server.
The supplicant is authentication software on a client device. The client device
(the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series) needs the supplicant to provide
credentials, such as user names/passwords or digital certificates, to the
authenticator (a wireless access point). The authenticator then forwards the
credentials to the authentication server (generally a RADIUS database) for
verification. If the credentials are valid in the authentication server database,
the client device is allowed to access resources located on the protected side of
the network.
• Network Port and Application Access Control – Network Port and
Application Access Control enables system administrators to set up only the
necessary protocols, such as IPP, FTP, SNTP, SNMP, RAW, LPD, and others
for transferring data. These protocols can be switched on or off. The
administrator can also disable unneeded services, protocols, ports, and the
potential paths of attack so that attacks on the machine can be minimized.
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3.
Machine Dimensions and Space Requirements
3.1 Dimensions
The following table includes the width, height, and depth dimensions (in inches and
millimeters) of the main unit and optional accessories.
Unit
Width
Depth
Height
*1
Main Unit
58.38”
1,481 mm
30.38” 770 mm
49.25” 1,252 mm
*2
Main Unit
26.38”
670 mm
30.63” 779 mm
48” 1,220 mm
Paper Deck Unit-E1
13.75”
350 mm
24.88” 630 mm
22.5”
570 mm
POD Deck Lite-C1
25”
636 mm
27” 686 mm
22.5"
570 mm
Document Insertion Unit-P1
26.1”
662 mm
26.75” 679 mm
48.9” 1,242 mm
Document Insertion/
26.1”
662 mm
26.75” 679 mm
48.9” 1,242 mm
Folding Unit-J1
Staple Finisher-V1
20.6”
525 mm
24.5” 623 mm
43.25”
1099 mm
Booklet Finisher-V1
20.6”
525 mm
24.5” 623 mm
43.25”
1099 mm
2/3 Puncher-A1
Inside the Finisher
Copy Tray-R1
16.5”
420 mm
15.0” 382 mm
6.9”
175 mm
*3
Copy Card Reader-F1
3.5”
88 mm
3.75”
96 mm
1.6”
40 mm
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5.5”
140 mm
13.6” 345 mm
12.9”
328 mm
*1 The height is measured to the top of the optional Upright Control Panel in the standard
position, and the width is measured to the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in
the extended position.
*2 The height and width are measured without the optional Upright Control Panel.
*3 The attachment kit and cable are not included.
3.2 Weight
The approximate weights of the main unit, feeder, and finishing options (in pounds
and kilograms) are listed in the table below.
Unit
Main Unit with Upright Control Panel (including Toner)
Main Unit without Upright Control Panel (including Toner)
Paper Deck Unit-E1
POD Deck Lite-C1
Document Insertion Unit-P1
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
Staple Finisher-V1
Booklet Finisher-V1
2/3 Hole Puncher-A1
Copy Tray-R1
*1
Copy Card Reader-F1
imagePASS-Y1
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Weight
534.6 lb
242.5 kg
525.8 lb
238.5 kg
75 lb
34 kg
149.9 lb
68 kg
88.2 lb
40 kg
168 lb
76 kg
77.2 lb
35 kg
127.9 lb
58 kg
6.7 lb
3.0 kg
2.4 lb
1.1 kg
7.1 oz
200 g
15 lb
6.8 kg
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3.3 Installation and Service Space
The installation site must provide enough space for unrestricted operation,
maintenance work, and proper ventilation. The machine dimensions are in
diagrams on the following pages. Every attempt should be made to install the
equipment in a room that allows for the proper servicing and maintenance of the
equipment, and ensures that issues, such as ventilation, odors, and dust
accumulation are not a concern.
IMPORTANT
• Keep the back of the machine at least 31.5” (800 mm) away from a wall (if the
optional Document Insertion Unit-P1 or Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1 is
attached). For all other configurations, keep the back of the machine at least 4”
(100 mm) away from a wall.
• Make sure that approximately 19 3/4” (500 mm) of space is left around the front,
left, and right sides of the machine for the proper servicing of the equipment.
• The floor must be level (with no bows) and flat for the stabilization and support of
the machine.
• The minimum doorway opening that the machine passes through prior to
installation must be at least 31” wide.
• The minimum elevator depth used to transport the machine prior to installation
must be at least 58.4” (if the Upright Control Panel is attached) or 24.6” (if the
Upright Control Panel is not attached).
• At least 78 3/8” (1,991 mm) in width is necessary to negotiate turns prior to
installation.
• The machine should not be moved once it is in place.
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3.3.1 Installation Space Diagrams
The approximate installation space requirements may differ, depending on how
the machine is configured and the optional accessories attached.
There must be enough space around the machine. The following diagrams show the
minimum dimensions; whenever possible, be sure there will be more space than indicated.
Minimum Configuration
[2]
[1] Main Unit
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Maximum Configuration
[4]
[5]
[3]
[1]
[2]
[1] Main Unit
[4] Booklet Finisher-V1
[2] Upright Control Panel
[5] Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
[3] POD Deck Lite-C1
IMPORTANT
• The maximum configuration (fully configured machine) includes the Upright
Control Panel, POD Deck Lite-C1, Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1, and
Booklet Finisher-V1.
• The fully configured width of the machine includes opening space for the main
unit and the extended tray of the Booklet Finisher-V1.
• There needs to be approximately 1/5” (5 mm) of space in between each
accessory attached.
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3.4 Recommended Floor Space Requirements
For a fully configured imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series, it is recommended
that there be at least 11.2’ (W) x 8.7’ (D) of level floor space.
8.7’ (2.7 m)
11.2’ (3.4 m)
IMPORTANT
• The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series was created to be modular in
design. Floor space, budget, monthly copy/print volume, and applications will
determine which configuration will work best.
• A user can attach either the optional Staple Finisher-V1 or Booklet Finisher-V1 to
the machine.
• Only one paper feeding unit (Paper Deck Unit-E1 or POD Deck Lite-C1) can be
attached to the machine.
3.5 Floor Structure Requirements
The floor on which this machine is installed must have strength of at least
61.5 lb/ft2 (30 kg/m2). If the floor does not have this level of strength, consult a
building contractor before installing the machine.
The weight of the machine is distributed on the floor through the adjusters and
wheels. Do not install the machine on an unstable floor or platform.
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3.6 Network Interface Connectivity
A standard Ethernet 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX/1000 Base-T interface jack (RJ-45)
for device installation, monitoring, Mail Box and Advanced Box access via the
Remote UI, ships standard with all configurations. A Wireless LAN connection is
also standard on all configurations.
Support for up to two USB 3.0 Super-Speed interface ports ships standard with all
configurations. One USB port is on the front of the machine to the left of the control
panel, and can be used for scanning, printing, direct printing from a USB memory
stick, and connecting a USB keyboard. One USB port is on the right of the
machine, and should only be used to attach an external hard disk or for servicing.
All configurations also support a standard USB 2.0 High Speed connector for direct
connection to a computer.
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4.
Power/Electrical Requirements
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series requires a NEMA 5-20 receptacle for
the main unit and a NEMA 5-15 receptacle for the accessories.
NEMA 5-20 Receptacle
NEMA 5-15 Receptacle
4.1 Power Requirements for the Main Unit and Optional Accessories
1-120 V/20 A outlet
From the main unit
Power Supply Cord/Plug
Specifications
NEMA 5-20
—
Length of
Power Cord
8.5’ (2.6 m)
—
From the main unit
—
—
1-120 V/15 A outlet
NEMA 5-15
6.7’ (2.0 m)
1-120 V/15 A outlet
NEMA 5-15
6.7’ (2.0 m)
From the main unit
From the main unit
—
—
—
—
From the main unit
—
—
From the main unit
—
—
1-120 V/15 A outlet
NEMA 5-15
6.7’ (2.0 m)
Part or Accessory
Power Supply
Main Unit
Paper Deck Unit-E1
POD Deck Lite-C1
Document Insertion
Unit-P1
Document Insertion/
Folding Unit-J1
Staple Finisher-V1
Booklet Finisher-V1
2/3 Puncher-A1
Copy Card
Reader-F1
imagePASS-Y1
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The following illustration shows the power outlets and voltage requirements of
each optional accessory item.
IMPORTANT
• We recommend an additional standard 120 V/15 A receptacle for service tools,
such as a laptop computer or vacuum that may be used when servicing or
configuring the machine.
• The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series main unit requires a dedicated
single-phase 120V/20 A NEMA 5-20 receptacle for proper operation. Canon
U.S.A., Inc. strongly recommends dedicated and properly grounded receptacles
be provided for the optional accessories. Do not use extension cords. The
ground connection serves to provide the internal electronics with a reference
voltage. Faulty or poor ground sources will cause this reference voltage to fall
into a range that no longer serves as a reliable reference voltage. The internal
logic and programming of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series will not
perform reliably because there is an insufficient difference between the internal
operating signal voltages and the poor ground reference signal. A qualified
electrician can measure and provide the ground source that the
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series or any computer controlled office
equipment requires.
• Before installation, confirm that all necessary receptacles are available.
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5.
Environmental Factors and Requirements
This section describes the necessary environmental factors and requirements in
which the machine should be operated to achieve the best image quality and print
results.
NOTE
It may be necessary to use a humidifier or dehumidifier to attain the proper
humidity levels for optimal machine performance.
5.1 Temperature and Humidity Conditions
The optimal humidity range is 20% to 80% RH (Relative Humidity) with a room
temperature of 50°F to 86°F (10°C to 30°C).
The machine contains intelligent technology that can sense the environmental
temperature, and optimize its performance if operated outside the temperature
range. However, productivity, paper feeding, image quality, and reliability may be
affected if the machine is operated outside of these guidelines.
The machine should not be installed in locations with significant shifts in
temperature or humidity. Areas containing water, or equipment that can
significantly alter room temperature or humidity, such as a space heater, stove, or
portable air conditioner, should be avoided.
The optimal humidity range for storing paper is 25% to 75% RH (Relative Humidity)
with a room temperature of 59°F to 81.5°F (15°C to 27.5°C). Storing paper in a
location that does not meet these specifications may affect paper feeding and
image quality. For example, if the humidity is too high, paper curling and paper
jams will increase. If the humidity is too low, paper may shrink or lose resistance,
and toner will not adhere to the paper as well.
5.2 Temperature Gradient
Using an air conditioner during the winter, or if a sudden temperature change
occurs, may have an adverse effect on image positioning. Sudden temperature
changes may cause the paper to bend or contract, cause the machine to
malfunction, and form condensation. To avoid these issues, control the
temperature gradient so that temperature fluctuations do not exceed 18°F per hour
or 10°C per hour.
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5.3 Ventilation
Ensure that there is an air exchange rate of at least 1.5 times per hour, and at least
3,885 ft3 (110 m3) of space in the location where the machine will be installed.
This machine generates a slight amount of ozone during normal use. Although
sensitivity to ozone may vary, this amount is not harmful. Ozone may be more
noticeable during extended use or long production runs, especially in poorly
ventilated rooms. It is recommended that the room be appropriately ventilated,
sufficient to maintain a comfortable working environment, in areas of machine
operation.
5.4 Elevation Limitations
Install this machine at an elevation below 13,123’ (4,000 m) and at an air pressure
less than 607.8 hPa.
5.5 Lighting
We recommend installing the machine in a location with at least 500 lux
(29 1/2” (75 cm) above the floor) for normal operation and maintenance.
5.6 Sunlight
Avoid installing the machine in direct sunlight. Direct sunlight has adverse effects
on toner consistency and image quality. If direct sunlight is unavoidable, use
curtains to shade the machine. Be sure that the curtains do not block the
machine’s ventilation slots or louvers, or interfere with the electrical cord or power
supply.
5.7 Ammonia
Avoid installing the machine where ammonia is emitted. In a sufficient amount,
ammonia will attack the surfaces of the machine’s paper feed and image quality
components, thereby shortening their useful life and increasing the need for
periodic and remedial maintenance.
A professional assessment of the air quality in the room in which the machine is to
be installed is recommended prior to its installation.
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6.
Specifications
This chapter explains the specifications of the main unit and optional accessories.
The specifications provided are approximate values, for reference only, and are
subject to change without notice for product improvement or future release.
6.1 Main Unit
Item
Specifications
Name
Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i/6565i/6555i
Type
Reader-, Printer-Separated Console
Developing System
Dry Single Component Toner Projection
Resolution for Writing
Up to 1,200 dpi x 1,200 dpi
Paper Drawers 1 and 2:
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 80 lb cover (52 to 220 g/m )
Type:
*1
Thin 1, Thin 2, Plain 1, Plain 2, Plain 3, Heavy 1, Heavy 2, Heavy 3,
*2
Heavy 4, Heavy 5, Color, Recycled , Pre-Punched, Bond, and
Letterhead
Paper Cassettes 3 and 4:
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 80 lb cover (52 to 220 g/m )
Type:
*1
Paper Weight and Type
Thin 1, Thin 2, Plain 1, Plain 2, Plain 3, Heavy 1, Heavy 2, Heavy 3,
*2
Heavy 4, Heavy 5, Color, Recycled , Pre-Punched, Bond, and
Letterhead
Multi-Purpose Tray:
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
Type:
*1
Thin 1, Thin 2, Plain 1, Plain 2, Plain 3, Heavy 1, Heavy 2, Heavy 3,
*2
*3
Heavy 4, Heavy 5, Color, Recycled , Pre-Punched, Transparency ,
*4
Tracing , Labels, Tab, Bond, and Letterhead
For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
*2 You can use 100% recycled paper.
*3 Use only LTR or LTRR transparencies made especially for this machine.
*4 Some types of tracing paper cannot be used.
Paper Drawers 1 and 2: LTR
*1
Paper Drawers 3 and 4: 11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and
Custom Size (5 1/2” x 7 1/8” to 11 3/4” x 19 1/4”
(139.7 mm x 182 mm to 297 mm x 487.7 mm))
Paper Size
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Multi-Purpose Tray:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and
Custom Size/Free Size
(4” x 5 7/8” to 11 3/4” x 19 1/4”
(100 mm x 148 mm to 297 mm x 487.7 mm))
Long length paper
(11 3/4" x 24 3/4" (297 mm x 630 mm))
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Main Unit Table Continued
Item
Warm-Up Time
First Copy Output Time
Specifications
After Powering ON:
Up to 30 seconds
Returning from the Sleep mode:
Up to 30 seconds
Returning from the Energy Saver Mode: Up to 20 seconds
Activation time may vary, depending on the environment and conditions under
which the machine is being used.
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i
Up to 3.1 seconds
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6565i/6555i
Up to 3.3 seconds
Activation time may vary, depending on the environment and conditions under
which the machine is being used.
Top Margin:
1/8” (2.5 mm)
Left and Right Margins: 1/8” (2.5 mm)
Bottom Margin:
1/8” (2.5 mm)
Margin
Direct (sheets/minute)
Copy Speed
2
(20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
(Except When Paper Is
Fed from the
Multi-Purpose Tray)
Paper Feeding System/
Capacity
Black-and-White
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i
11" x 17"
Approximately 37
LGL
Approximately 45
LTR
Approximately 75
LTRR
Approximately 58
EXEC
Approximately 75
STMTR
Approximately 35
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6565i
11" x 17"
Approximately 32
LGL
Approximately 39
LTR
Approximately 65
LTRR
Approximately 50
EXEC
Approximately 65
STMTR
Approximately 35
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6555i
11" x 17"
Approximately 32
LGL
Approximately 39
LTR
Approximately 55
LTRR
Approximately 43
EXEC
Approximately 55
STMTR
Approximately 35
2
Paper Drawers 1 and 2: 1,500 sheets x 2 drawers (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
2
Paper Drawers 3 and 4: 550 sheets x 2 cassettes (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Multi-Purpose Tray:
Multiple Copies
1 to 9,999 sheets
Operating Noise
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Up to 69 dB
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Up to 68 dB
Memory
3 GB RAM (Standard)
Hard Disk
250 GB (Standard), 1 TB (Maximum)
Power Source
120 V AC, 60 HZ, 20 A
Version 2
2
100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
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Item
Specifications
Approximately 2.1 kW
When in the Sleep Mode: Approximately 0.9 W or less
Maximum Power
Consumption
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Main Power Turned Off:
Quick Startup Settings for Main Power is set to ‘Off’: Approximately 0.5 W
Quick Startup Settings for Main Power is set to ‘On’: Approximately 0.5 W
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
48” x 26 3/8” x 30 5/8” (1,220 mm x 670 mm x 779 mm)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
*2
*1
*2
49 1/4” x 58 3/8” x 30 3/8” (1,252 mm x 1,481 mm” x 770 mm)
*1 To the top of the optional Upright Control Panel in the standard position.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the extended
position.
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel
525.8 lb (238.5 kg)
Weight
*1
With the Optional Upright Control Panel
534.6 lb (242.5 kg)
*1 Includes the toner bottle.
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
60 3/8” x 30 5/8” (1,367 mm x 779 mm)
Installation Space
(W x D)*1
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*2
*2
74 3/8” x 30 3/8” (1,901 mm x 770 mm)
*1 When the optional Copy Tray-R1 is attached, and the multi-purpose tray
and auxiliary tray are extended.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the extended
position.
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Document Feeder
Item
Original Feeding
Mechanism
Specifications
Automatic Document Feeder
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMT, and STMTR
Size and Weight of
Originals
1-Sided Scanning:
Black and White Original:
Color Original:
13 lb bond to 80 lb cover (50 to 220 g/m )
2
17 lb bond to 80 lb cover (64 to 220 g/m )
2-Sided Scanning:
Black-and-White Original:
Color Original:
13 lb bond to 80 lb cover (50 to 220 g/m )
2
17 lb bond to 80 lb cover (64 to 220 g/m )
2
2
Combinations of document sizes that can be copies/scanned:
Same width:
11” x 17” and LTR, or LTRR and STMT
Different widths:
11” x 17” and LGL, or LTR and STMT
Copying/scanning with a combination other than those above may result in
damage to the documents or in paper jams.
Original Tray Capacity
2
300 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Copying:
LTR in Black-and-White at 600 dpi:
1-sided scanning: 120 sheets/minute
2-sided scanning: 75 sheets (150 pages)/minute
*1
Scanning:
LTR in Black-and-White at 300 dpi:
1-sided scanning: 120 sheets/minute
2-sided scanning: 120 sheets (240 pages)/minute
Original Scanning Speed
LTR in Color at 300 dpi:
1-sided scanning: 120 sheets/minute
2-sided scanning: 110 sheets (220 pages)/minute
LTR in Color at 600 dpi:
1-sided scanning: 60 sheets/minute
2-sided scanning: 30 sheets (60 pages)/minute
*1 The scanning speed may vary, depending on the scanning mode and
original type.
Resolution for Reading
Up to 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Number of Gradations
256
Acceptable Originals
Sheet, book, three dimensional objects (up to 4.4 lb (2 kg))
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Item
Specifications
Regular paper size:
Same Ratio
1:1
Reduction
1:0.78 (LGL ➞ LTR)
1:0.73 (11” x 17” ➞ LGL, 11” x 15” ➞ LTR)
1:0.64 (11” x 17” ➞ LTR)
1:0.50 (11” x 17” ➞ STMT)
1:0.25
Magnification
Enlargement
1:1.21 (LGL ➞11” x 17”)
1:1.29 (LTR ➞ 11” x 17”)
1:2.00 (STMT ➞ 11” x 17”)
1:4.00
Copy Ratio:
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6.2 Paper Deck Unit-E1
Item
Specifications
Size:
LTR
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
*1
Paper Size/Weight/Type
Type:
Paper Deck Capacity
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
2
3,500 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Pre-Punched, Bond, and
Letterhead
Power Source
Maximum Power
Consumption
From the main unit
Dimensions (H x W x D)
22 1/2” x 14 1/4” x 24 7/8” (572 mm x 350 mm x 630 mm)
Weight
Approximately 75 lb (34 kg)
Approximately 44 W
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
55 1/2” x 30 5/8” (1,410 mm x 779 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
*1
74 7/8” x 30 3/8” (1,901 mm x 770 mm)
(When the optional Copy Tray-R1 is attached, and the auxiliary tray is
extended.)
*1 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.3 POD Deck Lite-C1
Item
Specifications
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and Custom
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb cover (52 to 256 g/m )
*1
Paper Size/Weight/Type
Type:
Paper Deck Capacity
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
2
3,500 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Power Source
120 – 127 V AC, 60 Hz, 2.2 A
Maximum Power
Consumption
Approximately 480 W maximum
Dimensions (H x W x D)
22 1/2” x 25 7/8” x 27” (570 mm x 656 mm x 686 mm)
Weight
Approximately 149.9 lb (68 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
67 1/8” x 30 5/8” (1,703 mm x 779 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Pre-Punched, Transparency,
Labels, Tab. Bond, and Letterhead
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
*1
74 7/8” x 30 3/8” (1,901 mm x 770 mm)
(When the optional Copy Tray-R1 is attached, and the auxiliary tray is
extended.)
*1 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.4 Document Insertion Unit-P1
Item
Specifications
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, and EXEC
2
Weight: 16 lb bond to 140 lb index (60 to 256 g/m )
Paper Size/Weight/Type
Type:
*1
Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Tab, Bond, Letterhead, and
*2
Coated
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
*2 Coated paper can be loaded into the insertion unit only.
2
Paper Capacity
100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Power Source
100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 1.0 A
Maximum Power
Consumption
Approximately 100 W
Dimensions (H x W x D)
48 7/8” x 26 1/8” x 26 3/4” (1,242 mm x 662 mm x 679 mm)
Weight
Approximately 88.2 lb (40 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
71 7/8” x 30 3/8” (1,825 mm x 770 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*2
*2
93 1/8” x 30 3/8” (2,364 mm x 770 mm)
(When the optional Booklet Finisher-V1 is attached, and the multi-purpose
tray and auxiliary tray are extended.)
*1 When the right cover of the main unit is open.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.5
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
Item
Specifications
Size:
Z-Fold:
LTRR, LGL, 11” x 17”
C-Fold:
LTRR
Insertion Unit: LTRR, LGL, 11” x 17”, LTR, and EXEC
Weight:
2
Z-Fold:
16 to 28 lb bond (60 to 105 g/m )
2
C-Fold:
16 to 28 lb bond (60 to 105 g/m )
2
Insertion Unit: 16 lb bond to 140 lb index (60 to 256 g/m )
Paper Size/Weight/Type
Type:
*1
*2
Thin, Plain, Color, and Recycled
Z-Fold:
*2
Thin, Plain, Color, and Recycled
C-Fold:
Insertion Unit: Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Tab, Bond, Letterhead,
*3
and Coated
Capacity of the Exit Slot
of the Paper Folding Unit
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
2
*2 Select plain paper if using 25 to 28 lb bond (91 to 105 g/m ) for
Z-Fold and C-Fold paper.
*3 Coated paper can be loaded into the insertion unit only.
Z-Fold: Depends on the specifications of the output finisher
2
C-Fold: 40 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m )) or 2 3/8” (60 mm) in height
Capacity of the Document
Insertion Unit
100 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
Power Source
100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 1.0 A
Maximum Power
Consumption
Approximately 120 W
Dimensions (H x W x D)
48 7/8” x 26 1/8” x 26 3/4” (1,242 mm x 662 mm x 679 mm)
Weight
Approximately 168 lb (76 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
78 5/8” x 30 5/8” (1,997 mm x 779 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
2
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*2
*2
93 1/8” x 30 3/8” (2,366 mm x 770 mm)
(When the optional Booklet Finisher-V1 is attached, and the multi-purpose tray
and auxiliary tray are extended.)
*1 When the right cover of the main unit is open.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.6 Copy Tray-R1
Item
Specifications
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and
Custom Size/Free Size (4” x 5 7/8” to 11 3/4” x 19 1/4”
(100 mm x 148 mm to 297 mm x 487.7 mm))
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
Paper Size/Weight/Type
Type:
Paper Capacity
*1
Thin, Plain, Heavy 1, Heavy 2, Heavy 3, Color, Recycled,
Pre-Punched, Transparency, Tracing, Labels, Bond, and Letterhead
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
2
250 sheets (20 lb bond (80 g/m ))
*1
6 7/8” x 16 1/2” x 15” (175 mm x 420 mm x 382 mm)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
*1 When the auxiliary tray is extended
Approximately 2.4 lb (1.1 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
60 3/8” x 30 5/8” (1,533 mm x 779 mm)
Weight
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*2
*2
74 7/8” x 30 3/8” (1,901 mm x 770 mm)
(When the multi-purpose tray and the auxiliary tray are extended.)
*1 When the right cover of the main unit is open.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
6.7 Staple Finisher-V1
Item
Specifications
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and
Custom Size/Free Size (4” x 5 7/8” to 11 3/4” x 17”
(100 mm x 148 mm to 297 mm x 431.8 mm))
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
Type:
*1
Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Pre-Punched, Transparency,
*2
Tracing, Labels, Tab, Bond, Letterhead, and Coated
Paper Size/Weight/Type
The Eco (Staple-Free) mode cannot be used for heavy paper, transparencies,
tracing paper, labels, tab paper, bond paper, letterhead, or coated paper.
You cannot staple transparencies, tracing paper, or labels.
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
*2 Coated paper can be loaded from the insertion unit only.
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Item
Specifications
No Collating/Collate/Group
Tray A:
LTR, STMTR, EXEC: 250 sheets (or 1 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray B:
LTR, STMTR, EXEC: 250 sheets (or 1 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray C:
*1
LTR, EXEC, STMTR: 3,000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
Offset Mode (Collate/Group)
Tray A:
LTR, EXEC:
11” x 17”, LTR:
250 sheets (or 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
*1
Tray B:
LTR, EXEC:
11” x 17”, LTR:
Capacity Per Tray
*1
250 sheets (or 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray C:
*1
LTR, EXEC:
3,000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
No Collating, Collate, and Group Modes with Different Paper Sizes
Tray C:
1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
Z-Fold Mode (When the Document Insertion/Folding Unit-H1 Is Attached)
Tray C:
11” x 17”:
Up to 30 sheets
LTRR, LGL: Up to 10 sheets
Corner Stapling and Double Stapling
Tray C:
LTR, EXEC:
Up to 3,000 sheets (200 sets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in
height)
11” x 17”, LTRR, LGL: Up to 1,500 sheets (100 sets (or 8 1/2" (216 mm) in
height)
Staple-Free (Eco)
Tray C:
11” x 17” and LTR: 200 sets
*1 Up to 650 sheets (or 3 3/4” (96 mm) in height) when thin paper or custom
2
paper lighter than 16 lb bond (59 g/m ) is selected.
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Staple Finisher-V1 Table Continued
Item
Specifications
Corner Stapling and Double Stapling
LTR, EXEC:
2
65 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
2
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 30 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
Corner Stapling and Double Stapling
Max. Stapling
Capacity/Available Staple
Size
11” x 17”, LTR:
2
5 sheets (14 to 17 lb bond (52 to 64 g/m ))
2
4 sheets (17.3 to 21.7 lb bond (55 to 81.4 g/m ))
2
3 sheets (21.7 to 28 lb bond (81.5 to 105 g/m ))
Manual Stapling
2
65 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
Quantities are when the standard staple cartridge is attached. The maximum
stapling capacity may vary, depending on the paper type and weight.
Power Source
From the main unit
Maximum Power
Consumption
Approximately 176 W or less (Including the Puncher unit)
When the auxiliary tray is not extended
43 1/4” x 20 5/8” x 24 1/2”
(1,099 mm x 525 mm x 623 mm)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
When the auxiliary tray is extended
45 3/4” x 24 3/4” x 24 1/2”
(1,163 mm x 627 mm x 623 mm)
Weight
Approximately 77.2 lb (35 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
68 3/4" x 30 5/8” (1,745 mm x 779 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*2
*2
83 1/4” x 30 3/8” (2,113 mm x 770 mm)
When the multi-purpose tray and auxiliary tray are extended.
*1 When the right cover of the main unit is open.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.8 Booklet Finisher-V1
Item
Specifications
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, STMTR, and
Custom Size/Free Size (7 3/4” x 10 5/8” to 12” x 18”
(195 mm x 270 mm to 304.8 mm x 457.2 mm))
2
Weight: 14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
Type:
*1
Thin, Plain, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Pre-Punched, Transparency,
*2
Tracing, Labels, Tab, Bond, Letterhead, and Coated
Paper Size/Weight/Type
The Eco (Staple-Free) mode cannot be used for heavy paper, transparencies,
tracing paper, labels, tab paper, bond paper, letterhead, or coated paper.
You cannot staple transparencies, tracing paper, or labels.
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on
p. 73.
*2 Coated paper can be loaded from the insertion unit only.
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Booklet Finisher-V1 Table Continued
Item
Specifications
No Collating/Collate/Group
Tray A:
LTR, STMTR, EXEC: 250 sheets (or 1 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray B:
LTR, STMTR, EXEC: 250 sheets (or 1 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray C:
LTR, EXEC, STMTR: 3,000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
*1
Offset Mode (Collate/Group)
Tray A:
LTR, EXEC:
11” x 17”, LTR:
250 sheets (or 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
*1
Tray B:
LTR, EXEC:
11” x 17”, LTR:
Capacity Per Tray
*1
250 sheets (or 7/8” (47 mm) in height)
125 sheets (or 1” (24 mm) in height)
Tray C:
*1
LTR, EXEC:
3,000 sheets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in height)
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
No Collating, Collate, and Group Modes with Different Paper Sizes
Tray C:
1,500 sheets (or 8 1/2” (216 mm) in height)
Z-Fold Mode (When the Document Insertion/Folding Unit-H1 Is Attached)
Tray C:
11” x 17”:
Up to 30 sheets
LTRR, LGL: Up to 10 sheets
Corner Stapling and Double Stapling
Tray C:
LTR, EXEC:
Up to 3,000 sheets (200 sets (or 16 5/8” (423 mm) in
height)
11” x 17”, LTRR, LGL: Up to 1,500 sheets (100 sets (or 8 1/2" (216 mm) in
height)
Staple-Free (Eco)
Tray C:
*1
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11” x 17” and LTR: 200 sets
Up to 650 sheets (or 3 3/4” (96 mm) in height) when thin paper or custom
2
paper lighter than 16 lb bond (59 g/m ) is selected.
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Item
Specifications
When the Standard Staple Cartridge Is Attached:
(The maximum stapling capacity may vary, depending on the paper type and
weight.)
Corner Stapling and Double Stapling
LTR, EXEC:
2
65 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
2
Max. Stapling Capacity/
Available Staple Size
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 30 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
Staple-Free
2
11” x 17”, LGL, LTRR: 5 sheets (14 to 17 lb bond (52 to 64 g/m ))
2
4 sheets (17.3 to 21.7 lb bond (65 to 81.4 g/m ))
2
3 sheets (21.7 to 28 lb bond (52 to 64 g/m ))
Manual Staple
2
65 sheets (24 lb bond (90 g/m ))
Saddle Stitch:
2
20 sheets/10 sets (22 lb bond (81 g/m ))
2
(Including 1 cover sheet up to140 lb index (256 g/m ))
Maximum Saddle Stitch
Capacity/Available Saddle
Stitch Size
Saddle Folding:
2
3 sheets/25 sets (14 to 28 lb bond (50 to 105 g/m ))
Size:
11” x 17”, LGL, and LTRR, and Custom Size (5 1/2" x 7 1/8” to 11 3/4" x 17”
(139.7 mm x 182 mm to 297 mm x 431.8 mm))
Cover Weight:
Requires the paper weight of the main document. (more than 17 lb bond (64
2
g/m )) or more.
Power Source
From the main unit.
Maximum Power
Consumption
Approximately 176 W (Including the Puncher Unit)
When the auxiliary tray is not extended
43 1/4” x 20 5/8” x 24 1/2”
(1,099 mm x 525 mm x 623 mm)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
When the auxiliary tray is extended
45 3/4” x 24 3/4” x 24 1/2”
(1,163 mm x 627 mm x 623 mm)
Weight
Approximately 127.9 lb (58 kg)
Without the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
62” x 30 3/8” (1,574 mm x 770 mm)
Installation Space
Including the Main Unit
(W x D)
With the Optional Upright Control Panel:
*1
*2
83 1/4” x 30 3/8” (2,113 mm x 770 mm)
(When the multi-purpose tray and auxiliary tray are extended.)
*1 When the right cover of the main unit is open.
*2 To the right edge of the optional Upright Control Panel in the rightmost
position.
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6.9 Copy Card Reader-F1
Item
Specifications
Available Cards
Magnetic
Card Readout Method
Magnetic readout
Card Reading Direction
Face Up
Store/Replay
Replay
Power Source
From the main unit.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
1 5/8” x 3 1/2” x 3 13/16” (40 mm x 88 mm x 96 mm)
Weight
Approximately 7.1 oz (200 g) (Including the attachment kit and cable.)
6.10 2/3 Hole Puncher Unit-A1
Item
Specifications
Size
Two Holes:
Three Holes:
11” x 17”, LGL, LTR, LTRR, and EXEC
11” x 17”, LTR, and EXEC
Weight
Paper Size/Weight/Type
2
14 lb bond to 140 lb index (52 to 256 g/m )
Type
Thin, Plain, Bond, Heavy, Color, Recycled, Pre-punched, Tab, Bond,
Letterhead, and Coated
Punch Hole Quantity,
Hole Diameter
Distance Between Punch
Holes
Punch Waste Tray
Capacity
Two or three holes:
Two Holes:
Three Holes:
Two Holes:
Three Holes:
3/8” (8mm)
2 3/4" (70 mm)
4 1/4" (108 mm)
2
Approximately 10,000 sheets (18.1 lb bond (68 g/m ))
2
Approximately 3,000 sheets (20 lb bond (75 g/m ))
Actual capacity may differ, depending on the surrounding environment,
paper type, and paper weight.
Power Source
From the main unit.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Inside the finisher
Weight
Approximately 6.7 lb (3 kg)
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6.11 Super G3 FAX Board-AS1
Protocol
Telephone Line Used
Specifications
*2
Scan Line Density
(Scan, Transmission)
Transmission Speed
*1
Public Switched Telephone Network
Normal:
Fine:
Super-Fine:
Ultra-Fine:
Super G3:
G3:
*3
8 pels /mm x 3.85 line/mm
*3
8 pels /mm x 7.7 line/mm
*3
8 pels /mm x 15.4 line/mm
*3
16 pels /mm x 15.4 line/mm
33.6 kbps
14.4 kbps
Compression Method
Transmission Type
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Super G3, G3
Sending Original Sizes
11” x 17” to STMTR
Receiving Paper Sizes
11” x 17” to STMTR
Transmission Time
JBIG: Approximately 2.6 seconds
Auto Dial Function
Address Book: 1,800 destinations
(Including destinations stored in one-touch buttons.)
Image Memory
Approximately 6,000 pages
*1 The specifications remain the same even when the optional Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1 or
Super G3 3rd/4th Line Fax Board-AS1 is installed.
*2 If an IP telephone service is used, facsimile communications may not be performed normally via an IP
telephone line. It is recommended to use a general telephone (Public Switched Telephone Network) line
for facsimile communications.
*3 Pels stands for picture elements (pixels).
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7.
System Options
The functionality of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series can be expanded
by installing system related optional accessories. This section describes the
system related optional accessories and their functions.
7.1 Copy and Print Options
7.1.1 imagePASS-Y1
The imagePASS-Y1 Printer Kit is a standalone printer controller. The
imagePASS print controller supports Adobe Genuine PostScript 3, PCL/5c, and
PCL6, and is suited for office environments in which larger print volumes are
frequently processed, or for users who use Adobe PostScript or other PostScript
applications.
The table below represents the hardware specifications for the imagePASS-Y1
print controller.
Item
Specifications
Network OS
Windows 7 Professional FES (x64)
CPU
Intel Pentium Dual Core G850
2.9 GHz
RAM
4 GB (2 x 2 GB)
HDD
500 GB SATA
Fiery System Software
Supported PDL
Print Drivers
Standard Items
Optional Items
FS150
PostScript 3 CPSI 3020
• Windows XP/Server 2003/Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/
Server 2008 R2 SP1/Vista/7/7SP1
*1
• Macintosh OS X 10.4.11 to 10.7.x
*1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Macintosh OS X 10.8.x supported in a future release.
Hot Folders Version 3
Secure Erase Version 1.1
Paper Catalog Kit
VDP-A1 Kit
Virtual Printers
Fiery Suite (Impose and Compose)
Fiery Impose
Fiery Compose
ImageViewer for B&W Kit
Graphical User Interface Kit
Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit
Integrated Interface and Stand-B1
NOTE
• The imagePASS-Y1 does not support the Encrypted Secure Print software or
the Job Hold function.
• UFR II (Ultra Fast Rendering II) is not supported.
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7.1.2 Barcode Printing Kit-D1
The Barcode Printing Kit-D1 option provides the ability to print 1D and 2D
barcodes on output.
NOTE
To enable the Barcode Printing Kit-D1 option, it must be activated by
registering a license key.
7.1.3 Secure Watermark-B1
The Secure Watermark-B1 option enables the user to embed hidden text in the
background of copies. The embedded text only appears when the machine prints
the copies.
NOTE
• To enable the Secure Watermark-B1 option, it must be activated by registering
a license key.
• The Secure Watermark-B1 option cannot be used with the optional Document
Scan Lock Kit-B1.
7.1.4 PCL International Font Set-A1
The PCL International Font Set-A1 enables the user to add the following fonts for
a PCL printer. As a result, the user can output using multiple languages in a SAP
Unicode environment.
Andale® and WorldType® Collection J (Japanese Version)
Andale® and WorldType® Collection K (Korean Version)
Andale® and WorldType® Collection S (Simplified Chinese Version)
Andale® and WorldType® Collection T (Traditional Chinese Version)
In order to support differences in character design depending on the region, four
font versions are enabled.
NOTE
To enable the PCL International Font Set-A1 option, it must be activated by
registering a license key.
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7.2 Universal Send and Fax Options
7.2.1 Universal Send Trace and Smooth Kit-A1
The Trace and Smooth mode enables users to convert the text and line drawings
of a scanned image to scalable outline data. The outline data (trace) can be
extracted and used in Adobe Illustrator. The smoothing process can also be
applied to the text of the outline data to make it appear less jagged when viewed
on a computer monitor or in print.
NOTE
To enable the Universal Send Trace and Smooth Kit-A1 option, it must be
activated by registering a license key.
7.2.2 Universal Send Advanced Feature Set-H1
The Universal Send Advanced Feature Set-H1 enables the user to make Trace &
Smooth PDF, Searchable PDF/XPS, and Adobe Reader Extensions PDF files.
NOTE
• For more information on the Universal Send Advanced Feature Set-H1 modes,
see the Optional Products/Software e-Manual.
• To enable the functions of the Universal Send Advanced Feature Set-H1, it
must be activated by registering a license key.
7.2.3 Universal Send Security Feature Set-D1
The Universal Send Security Feature Set-D1 enables the user to encrypt PDF
and Digital Device Signature PDF/XPS files, as well as set a password to send
them safely to a file server or e-mail address. It also enables the recipient of a
PDF or Digital Device Signature PDF/XPS file to verify which device scanned it.
NOTE
To enable the functions of the Universal Send Security Feature Set-D1, it must
be activated by registering a license key.
7.2.4 Universal Send Digital User Signature Kit-C1
The Universal Send Digital User Signature Kit-C1 enables the user to add a
digital user signature obtained from a certificate authority to a PDF or XPS file.
This enables the recipient of a PDF or XPS file to verify which user signed it.
NOTE
A license key issued by a certificate authority must be registered to activate the
Universal Send Digital User Signature Kit-C1.
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7.2.5 Super G3 FAX Board-AS1
The Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 enables the user to send and receive fax
documents. Documents that have been created in applications can also be sent
directly from a user’s computer via a network.
NOTE
The Canon Fax Driver is supplied with the Super G3 FAX Board-AS1. It
enables the user to send fax images from a computer via the machine.
7.2.6 Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1
The Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1 provides two lines to send and receive
fax documents.
NOTE
The Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 is required.
7.2.7 Super G3 3rd/4th Line Fax Board-AS1
The Super G3 3rd/4th Line Fax Board-AS1 provides three or four lines to send
and receive fax documents.
NOTE
The Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 and Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1 are
required.
7.2.8 Remote Fax Kit-A1
The Remote Fax Kit-A1 enables the user to share the Fax function on an
imageRUNNER ADVANCE machine (with the Remote Fax Kit) with another
imageRUNNER ADVANCE machine (that has a fax board installed) on the same
network. Fax documents can be sent and received via an imageRUNNER
ADVANCE machine with a fax board from an imageRUNNER ADVANCE
machine that has the Remote Fax Kit-A1.
NOTE
• To enable the functions of the Remote Fax Kit-A1, it must be activated by
registering a license key.
• The Remote Fax Kit-A1 and Super G3 FAX Board-AS1 cannot be installed at
the same time.
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7.2.9 IP Fax Expansion-B1
The IP Fax Expansion-B1 enables the device to send and receive faxes through
the IP Fax network.
NOTE
To enable the IP Fax Expansion-B1 option, it must be activated by registering a
license key.
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7.3 Web Access Software-K1
The Web Access Software-K1 enables the user to view Web pages from the touch
panel display of the machine. If PDF files are registered on the Web page, the user
can print them from the machine without using a computer. Moreover, if a Web
page or special content is created, and then registered as a PDF file, the Web
page or special content can be shared with other users.
7.4 Data Security and Wireless Options
7.4.1 Encrypted Secure Print Software-D1
The Encrypted Secure Print Software-D1 enables the user to encrypt print data
sent from a computer using the Secured Print function and decrypt it at the
machine. This strengthens the security of print data by preventing the content of
printed documents from being seen by other users, and preventing the
unauthorized use of confidential information.
NOTE
To use the Encrypted Secure Print Software-D1, it must be activated by
registering a license key.
7.4.2 imageRUNNER ADVANCE Security Kit-M1 for IEEE 2600 Common Criteria
Certification
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE Security Kit-M1 for IEEE 2600 Common Criteria
Certification enables the machine to operate in a restrictive commercial
information processing environment in which a relatively high level of document
security, operational accountability, and information assurance are required. The
typical information processed in this environment is trade secret, mission critical,
or subject to legal and regulatory considerations, such as for privacy or
governance.
NOTE
• To enable the imageRUNNER ADVANCE Security Kit-M1 for IEEE 2600
Common Criteria Certification option, it must be activated by registering a
license key.
• The Security Kit-M1 will be made available after product launch.
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7.4.3 HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1
The HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1 provides redundancy when utilized with an
additional hard disk drive of the same storage capacity. This maintains system
uptime and preserves company data in the instance of a hard drive failure.
IMPORTANT
Installing the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1 (after the machine is installed and
operational), requires the machine’s system software to be updated. This
reformats the entire hard drive, and all data previously stored on the hard disk
drive is deleted. Accordingly, it is strongly recommended that all of the data
stored on the hard disk drive of the machine is backed up prior to installing the
HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1.
NOTE
• The engine HDD and the HDD used for mirroring must be of the same storage
capacity.
• If the machine has the standard 2.5inch/250 GB HDD, an additional optional
2.5inch/250 GB HDD-N1 is required to back up the data using the HDD Data
Mirroring Kit-J1.
• If the machine had the standard 2.5inch/250 GB HDD replaced with the
optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1, an additional optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1 is
required to back up the data using the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1.
7.4.4 Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1
The Removable Hard Disk Drive Kit-AL1 enables the hard disk of the machine to
be removed while the machine is unattended or not in use. This kit provides a
layer a data security for government agencies and corporate enterprises who
need to ensure that the data stored on the hard disk is physically secured when
the machine is no longer in use. The kit includes a carrying case and a key to
enable easy removal and storage.
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7.4.5 Document Scan Lock Kit-B1
The Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 enables the user to embed hidden user
information or copy restriction information in the output when documents are
copied or printed. This helps to reduce the risk of confidential information from
being leaked. The Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 also enforces the policies written
to track information embedded in the document to prevent users from performing
restricted tasks, such as copying, sending, scanning, or storing specific
documents (Scan Lock function) and identifies the user that output the document
(Tracking function).
The Image Data Analyzer Board-B1, which is needed to detect the scan lock
information, restrict unauthorized copying, and analyze the tracking information is
included with this kit.
NOTE
• To enable the functions of the Document Scan Lock Kit-B1, it must be activated
by registering a license key.
• The Document Scan Lock Kit-B1 cannot be used with the optional Secure
Watermark-B1.
7.4.6 2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1
Attach the optional 2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1 to the machine to enable HDD
Mirroring.
NOTE
• The 2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1 is necessary if a user wants to perform HDD
Mirroring with the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1.
• The 2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1 does not increase the overall storage capacity of
the machine.
• If the machine has the standard 2.5inch/250 GB HDD, an additional optional
2.5inch/250 GB HDD-N1 is required to back up the data using the HDD Data
Mirroring Kit-J1.
• If the machine had the standard 2.5inch/250 GB HDD replaced with the
optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1, an additional optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1 is
required to back up the data using the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1.
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7.4.7 2.5 inch/1 TB HDD-P1
Replace the machine’s standard 250 GB hard disk drive with the 2.5 inch/1 TB
HDD-P1 to increase the HDD capacity.
NOTE
If the machine is configured with an optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1, an
additional optional 2.5inch/1 TB HDD-P1 is required to back up the data using
the HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1.
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7.5 Accessibility Options
7.5.1 Voice Guidance Kit-G1
The Voice Guidance Kit-G1 provides visually impaired users to hear voice
navigation instructions when operating the machine.
7.5.2 Voice Operation Kit-D1
The Voice Operation Kit-D1 allows visually impaired users to hear voice
navigation instructions when operating the machine. This includes a voice
recognition function, which enables the user to set various functions of the
machine by using their own voice.
7.5.3 ADF Access Handle-A1
The ADF Access Handle-A1 attaches to the Automatic Document Feeder to
enable seated users to open the document feeder.
7.6 Serial Interface Kit-K2
The Serial Interface Kit-K2 captures signals from the machine and consolidates
them into a serial interface that can be used by third party vending hardware to
enable the machine and bill for copy jobs. It must be used in conjunction with
approved third party developers.
7.7 Other imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series Main Unit Accessory Options
• Braille Label Kit-F1
• Copy Control Interface Kit-A1 (Print-for-Pay solution)
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8.
Installation Review
This chapter describes the necessary number of technicians required to install the
machine properly, the time required to install the main unit and optional equipment,
and customer installation responsibilities.
8.1 Installation Time
The time required to install the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series depends
on the options and accessories to be installed, and the number of technicians
performing the installation. Customers should discuss the time requirements with
their servicing dealer and schedule the installation accordingly.
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The table below indicates the estimated length of time needed to unpack and
install the main unit and optional accessories, and calculated from the average
amount of labor hours. The estimated installation times are based on one (1)
experienced technician.
Description
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series – Main Unit
Upright Control Panel
Paper Deck Unit-E1
POD Deck Lite-C1
Staple Finisher-V1
Booklet Finisher-V1
2/3 Hole Puncher-A1
Card Reader-F1 with Standard Control Panel
Card Reader-F1 with Optional Upright Control Panel
Document Insertion Unit-P1
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1
Super G3 FAX Board-AS1
Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AS1
Super G3 3rd/4th Line Fax Board-AS1
Voice Guidance Kit-G1
Voice Operation Kit-D1 with Standard Control Panel
Voice Operation Kit-D1 with Optional Upright Control Panel
Removable HDD Kit-AL1
HDD Data Mirroring Kit-J1
2.5 inch/250 GB HDD-N1
2.5 inch/1TB HDD-P1
imagePASS-Y1
Copy Tray-R1
Copy Control Interface Kit-A1
Serial Interface Kit-D1
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Estimated Time
30 minutes
24 minutes
8 minutes
10 minutes
5 minutes
6 minutes
6 minutes
12 minutes
8 minutes
14 minutes
15 minutes
5 minutes
7 minutes
6 minutes
11 minutes
9 minutes
10 minutes
16 minutes
18 minutes
9 minutes
9 minutes
45 minutes
1 minute
7 minutes
8 minutes
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8.2 Customer Installation Responsibilities
Item
Comment
Identify location for equipment.
Area meets space and service space requirements.
Verify strength of floor and level.
Ensure that the equipment can be
delivered to the site.
Confirm proper electrical outlets and
power are available.
Area meets environmental
specifications.
Network connections available.
Security systems and backup plan for
data and storage available.
Certified by structural engineers.
TPM key backup plan.
Path is clear and unobstructed.
Dedicated power, and enough outlets for equipment
(including accessories).
Temperature and humidity are within specifications,
venting provided if necessary.
Required to activate ULM (standard) and other options.
Highly recommended.
Must have a TPM key backup plan when the TPM
setting is activated.
NOTE
For more information on backing up data, see “Backing Up/Exporting Data,” in
the Before Using This Machine manual.
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9.
Consumable Items
Consumable items are all products and materials that are consumed with regular
use and cannot be reused. Such consumables are included but not limited to
paper, chemicals, and toner.
A number of factors go into the approximate life expectancy of a consumable item,
including paper size and the amount of coverage per page.
The Usage Conditions and Consumables tables below state the estimated life
expectancy yields based on LTR size paper. Using paper larger than LTR reduces
the supply yields and parts life accordingly.
9.1 Usage Conditions
Operate the machine within the following usage conditions to achieve optimal
machine performance.
Item
Operating Temperature
Condition
50°F to 86°F (10°C to 30°C)
Operating Humidity
20% to 80%
Optimal Performance
Range
Image Ratio
imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6575i
30,000 to 150,000
imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6565i
25,000 to 110,000
imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6555i
20,000 to 70,000
*1
*1
*1
6%
*1 Based on 20 lb LTR size paper, and under the above optimal environmental conditions.
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9.2 Consumable Parts
Consumable parts are defined as those parts having a limited life that will be
reached during a customer’s specific machine operation, and then should be
replaced as needed. Examples of consumable parts include, but are not limited to
feed rollers, cleaning blades, and fixing assembly components.
An estimated consumable parts life is provided below to assist in the initial
parts/supplies planning. A consumable part’s life expectancy is directly related to
usage factors, such as paper size, paper quality, environment, usage application,
and machine maintenance. Therefore, consumable parts do not have a warranty,
and Canon U.S.A., Inc. cannot guarantee a minimum life.
NOTE
All consumable parts shown in the table below are for reference purposes only,
and are subject to change without notice.
9.2.1 Estimated Life of Consumables
*1
Item
GPR 37/38 Drum
Part Number
Quantity
3765B003AA
1
Estimated Life
(Copies/Prints)
6,000,000
Remarks
6% image ratio
40,000 pages
estimated life in
pages on a new
*2
machine
*1 Estimated life is based on LTR paper, single-sided print, and a 6% image ratio.
*2 For new machines, the estimated life of the first toner bottle is shorter because some toner
is used to replenish the developing assembly and the buffer unit.
GPR-38 Black Toner
3766B003AA
1
56,000
10. Toner Bottle Yields
The black toner bottle holds approximately 4.96 lb (2,250 g) of toner, and yields
approximately 56,000 impressions at 6% coverage on LTR size paper.
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11. Waste Toner Yields
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series uses a replaceable waste toner
container, which collects the waste toner during the printing process.
The operator should replace the waste toner container when indicated by the
machine. The waste container full condition varies according to the environment
and image ratio:
Temperature/
Humidity
73.4° F (23° C)/
5%
73.4° F (23° C)/
10%
73.4° F (23° C)/
30%
73.4° F (23° C)/
50%
80.6° F (27° C)/
70%
82.4° F (28° C)/
75%
86° F (30° C) /
80%
Moisture
Content
0 to <1
1 to <2
Image Ratio (%)
2 to <3
3 to <4
4 to <5
5 to <6
800,000
pages
700,000
pages
600,000
pages
0.86
1.73
1,000,000 pages
5.8
8.9
15
18
750,000
pages
700,000
pages
650,000
pages
500,000 to 550,000 pages
21.6
When the message is displayed to prepare a new waste toner container, up to an
additional 100,000 sheets of LTR paper at a 5%-6% image ratio can be printed
before the waste toner container must be replaced.
When the waste toner container becomes completely full, the imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6500 Series stops. The operator or service technician can replace the
full waste toner container with a new waste toner container. However, only a
service technician can empty the full waste toner container and dispose of the
toner waste in a manner that is applicable to the laws in the geographical area
where the machine is located. If new waste toner containers are always used, it is
recommended that the customer maintain a supply of waste toner containers for
replacement when necessary.
The full waste toner container can also be reused. However, only a service
technician is authorized to empty the waste toner from the container and clean the
container. In this case, it is recommended that the customer keep one spare
container to be used as a replacement while the service technician is contacted to
empty and clean the full waste toner container.
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12. Optimum Monthly Product Performance
The table below describes the differences between the optimum PCV (Print Copy
Volume), average PCV, maximum PCV, and duty cycle. Please note that the
numbers in the table are for reference purposes only, and depend strongly on the
type of media selected and environmental conditions. For information on the
optimal environmental conditions for the machine, see Environmental Factors and
Requirements on p. 31.
Monthly PCV Type
6575i
Optimum PCV
Number of
Prints/Copies
Approximately
25,000 to 110,000
6565i
Approximately
20,000 to 70,000
6555i
Approximately
20,000 to 70,000
6575i
Up to 350,000
6565i
Up to 280,000
6555i
Up to 230,000
Maximum PCV
Description
This is the print/copy volume range that
the equipment was intended to run on a
regular basis to maintain a high level of
performance and print/copy quality.
Running the equipment within this range
ensures that no undue stress is placed on
components, and it allows time for the
proper servicing and maintenance of the
equipment.
This is the maximum number of pages the
machine can produce within a one-month
period. However, sustained use of the
machine at this print/copy level will impact
the long term performance and durability
of the machine. It is recommended to stay
within the optimum print/copy volume to
reduce a possible increase in servicing
and maintenance issues.
IMPORTANT
If the machine consistently runs at or above the maximum PCV, consider
purchasing additional machines or higher volume machines.
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13. Machine Productivity
This chapter describes the productivity of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500
Series.
13.1 Print Speed
One of the key features of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series is its print
speed technology. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i prints a black-and-white,
letter-sized sheet of plain paper weighing 17 to 24 lb bond (64 to 90 g/m2) at
75 ppm. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6565i prints a black-and-white,
letter-sized sheet of plain paper weighing 17 to 24 lb bond (64 to 90 g/m2) at
65 ppm. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6555i prints a black-and-white,
letter-sized sheet of plain paper weighing 17 to 24 lb bond (64 to 90 g/m2) at
55 ppm.
There is an impact on print speed if the user is printing on paper of different sizes,
weights, media, and if the user is printing double sided jobs. For more information,
see “Mixed Paper Weight Job Productivity,” on p. 69.
The tables below describe the printing speeds one should expect when printing
one- or two-sided documents on the indicated paper size and type.
Print Speed Table – imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6575i
Productivity (ppm)
Paper Drawers and Deck
Multi-Purpose Tray
LTRR
35.0
35.0
LGL
58.0
45.0
37.0
33.0
1-Sided 11” x 17”
12” x 18”
37.0
33.0
13” x 19”
37.0
33.0
Plain
LTRR
17.5
17.5
LGL
29.0
22.5
2-Sided 11” x 17”
18.5
16.5
12” x 18”
18.5
16.5
13” x 19”
18.5
16.5
LTRR
35.0
35.0
LGL
50.0
45.0
39.0
39.0
1-Sided 11” x 17”
12” x 18”
32.0
32.0
13” x 19”
32.0
32.0
Heavy
LTRR
17.5
17.5
LGL
25.0
22.5
2-Sided 11” x 17”
19.5
19.5
12” x 18”
16.0
16.0
13” x 19”
16.0
16.0
LTR
35.0
35.0
1-Sided
LTRR
24.0
24.0
Bond
LTR
17.5
17.5
2-Sided
LTRR
12.0
12.0
—
Tab
1-Sided LTR
59.0
—
LTR
53.0
Transparency
1-Sided
—
LTRR
45.0
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on p. 73.
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Print Speed Table – imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6565i
Paper Type
*1
Mode
Size
Productivity (ppm)
Paper Drawers and Deck
Multi-Purpose Tray
65.0
35.0
35.0
50.0
39.0
39.0
33.0
32.0
29.0
32.0
29.0
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
LGL
1-Sided
11” x 17”
12” x 18”
13” x 19”
Plain
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
17.5
LGL
25.0
2-Sided
11” x 17”
19.5
12” x 18”
16.0
13” x 19”
16.0
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
35.0
LGL
43.0
1-Sided
11” x 17”
33.0
12” x 18”
27.0
13” x 19”
27.0
Heavy
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
17.5
LGL
21.5
2-Sided
11” x 17”
16.5
12” x 18”
13.5
13” x 19”
13.5
LTR
30.0
1-Sided
LTRR
21.0
Bond
LTR
15.0
2-Sided
LTRR
10.5
Tab
1-Sided LTR
51.0
—
LTR
Transparency
1-Sided
—
LTRR
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on p. 73.
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19.5
16.5
14.5
14.5
35.0
39.0
33.0
27.0
27.0
17.5
19.5
16.5
14.5
14.5
30.0
21.0
15.0
10.5
—
46.0
39.0
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Print Speed Table – imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6555i
Paper Type
*1
Mode
Size
Productivity (ppm)
Paper Drawers and Deck
Multi-Purpose Tray
55.0
35.0
35.0
43.0
39.0
39.0
33.0
32.0
29.0
32.0
29.0
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
LGL
1-Sided
11” x 17”
12” x 18”
13” x 19”
Plain
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
17.5
LGL
21.5
2-Sided
11” x 17”
19.5
12” x 18”
16.0
13” x 19”
16.0
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
35.0
LGL
43.0
1-Sided
11” x 17”
33.0
12” x 18”
27.0
13” x 19”
27.0
Heavy
LTR/EXEC
LTRR
17.5
LGL
21.5
2-Sided
11” x 17”
16.5
12” x 18”
13.5
13” x 19”
10.5
LTR
30.0
1-Sided
LTRR
21.0
Bond
LTR
15.0
2-Sided
LTRR
10.5
Tab
1-Sided LTR
51.0
—
LTR
Transparency
1-Sided
—
LTRR
*1 For detailed supported paper weights, see “Media Feed Locations,” on p. 73.
17.5
19.5
16.5
14.5
14.5
35.0
39.0
33.0
27.0
27.0
17.5
19.5
16.5
14.5
10.5
30.0
21.0
15.0
10.5
—
46.0
39.0
IMPORTANT
The copy/print speeds in the tables above may not be achieved if the user
copies/prints in the conditions below:
− If papers of differing lengths are fed together at the same time.
− If a job is printed on papers of differing paper weights.
− If a simplex or duplex job is printed on mixed media.
− If a saddle stitched booklet is created using one sheet.
− If tab paper and other paper types are used at the same time.
13.2 Mixed Paper Weight Job Productivity
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series is capable of processing jobs that
contain paper with different paper weights. However, during the processing of jobs
with mixed paper weights, the machine adjusts its fixing temperature, resulting in a
printing delay.
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13.3 Heavy Paper Weight Job Productivity
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series may experience downtime when
using heavy paper (24 lb bond (91 g/m2) or heavier). The imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6575i/6565i also decrease the print speed by 10 ppm (pages per
minute) during a print run.
13.4 Paper and Toner Replacement
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE operator can maintain productivity by removing,
replacing, and refilling the paper and toner while the machine is running.
The paper trays can also be opened and refilled during operation. The tray that is
being used by the machine during production, however, will be locked. Once the
job completes, or the machine switches to another tray, the empty tray unlocks,
enabling the operator to prepare for the next job, and add more paper. No
productivity is affected and jobs finish faster.
Similar to the paper, the toner bottle can be removed and replaced while a job is
printing. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series has a large toner container,
making it possible for the machine to run longer with no bottle. The operator is not
required to replace the toner bottle immediately after removing the old bottle.
Therefore, productivity and image quality are not affected, and jobs finish in the
same amount of time.
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14. Media Usage/Compatibility
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series maintains reliable, predictable, and
high-quality output. Consistency of the output is dependent on knowing and
compensating for variables of a print job. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500
Series incorporates many control systems which compensate for environmental
and print process conditions. Another variable is the print media. Knowing the
characteristics of the media guarantees optimal print output.
14.1 Media Characteristics by Media Library Parameters
A user must be in the Management mode to edit the media characteristics.
Characteristics
Paper Size
Paper Type
Paper Weight
Category
Finish
Creep (Displacement) Correction
Adjust Image Position
Parameters
Select the dimensions of the paper.
Select the type of paper (e.g., Plain, Tab Paper, or
Pre-Punched).
2
Select the weight of the paper in g/m .
Select whether the paper is a Standard paper type or
Custom paper type.
Select the finish of the paper (e.g., Uncoated or Coated).
Specify the correction adjustment.
Specify how to adjust the position of the image on the paper.
14.2 Paper Handling and Storage
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The permissible humidity range for paper storage is 25% to 75% (with a room
temperature of 59°F to 81.5°F (15°C to 27.5°C)). Storing paper in a location
that does not meet these specifications may affect paper feeding and image
quality.
Only use paper that has fully acclimatized to the environment in which the
machine is installed. Using paper that has been stored in a different
environment (with a different temperature and humidity), may cause paper jams
or result in poor print quality.
We recommend using paper immediately after opening the package. Rewrap
any remaining paper in its original package, and store it on a flat surface.
Before loading paper, make sure to fan the sheets thoroughly so that air runs
through the sheets, as shown in the diagrams below.
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14.3 Selecting the Correct Media
Canon U.S.A., Inc. publishes a Media Compatibility Guide, which provides detailed
information on approved media. The Media Compatibility Guide for the
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series is available via the Canon e-Support Web
site: http://support.cusa.canon.com.
14.4 Paper Grain and Curl
Paper grain and curl can dramatically affect the reliability of machines utilizing an
electrostatic process like the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series. It is
recommended to use paper that is cut for long edge feeding (electrostatic paper).
The composition of electrostatic paper produces better quality results in a digital
machine. Therefore, when selecting paper for the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500
Series choose paper intended for use in electrostatic machines, such as laser
printers and copiers.
If paper jams or poor print quality occur when paper is fed from the optional paper
deck, paper curl is often the cause. The paper stiffness, direction of curl, and
amount of curl has a strong influence on how well the paper is transported through
the machine. If paper is curled, straighten out the paper by gently curling it in the
opposite direction to which it is curled.
Paper stiffness depends on the direction of the paper grain. Paper tends to curl in
the direction parallel to the grain.
IMPORTANT
• When using LTR or smaller paper sizes we recommend using paper with a grain
parallel to the long edge (A). For paper sizes larger than 11” x 17”, we
recommend using paper with a grain parallel to the short edge (B).
• For more information on the correct direction to load paper, check the label on
the paper package.
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14.5 Note for Customers Who Cut Their Own Paper
Customers who cut their own paper may experience:
• An increase of paper dust in the machine
• Shortening the life of the machine’s fixing rollers due to excessive wear from the
rough side of the cut paper
• Paper jams due to paper dust getting into areas of the machine where it is not
meant to be
• Improper paper feeding
• Paper registration inaccuracies
Follow the precautions below to minimize the above issues:
• Have a process in place to regularly make sure that the cutting blades are
sharpened, and that cuts are made as clean as possible.
• Place the paper with the factory mill cut sides facing to the right (leading edge),
and to the front of the machine.
• Pay special attention to the paper grain orientation when cutting it. For more
information on paper grain, see “Paper Grain and Curl,” on p. 72.
• The best results for consistency and front to back registration are obtained by
using factory mill cut, digital compatible paper.
14.6 Media Feed Locations
As with all Canon copiers, certain feed locations within the device are capable of
feeding specific media sizes and weights.
When considering media, make sure the media is within the proper size and weight
parameters of the feed location. Once the desired media is selected the
appropriate feed location must be selected.
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The default paper types registered in the machine are shown in the table below.
The Paper Deck Unit-E1, POD Deck Lite-C1, Document Insertion Unit-P1, and
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1 are optional.
: Available
Paper Type
(Paper
Weight)
—: Unavailable
Paper
Drawers
1 and 2
(14 lb
bond to
80 lb
cover (52
to 220
2
g/m ))
Paper
Cassettes
3 and 4
(14 lb
bond to
80 lb
cover (52
to 220
2
g/m ))
Paper Source
Paper
POD
MultiDeck
Deck
Purpose
Unit-E1
Lite-C1
Tray
(14 lb
(14 lb
(14 lb
bond to
bond to
bond to
140 lb
140 lb
140 lb
cover
cover
index (52
(52 to
(52 to
to 256
256
256
2
g/m ))
2
2
g/m ))
g/m ))
Thin
(14 to 16 lb
bond



(52 to 63
2
g/m ))
Plain
(17 to 28 lb
bond



(64 to 105
2
g/m ))
*2
Recycled
(17 to 24 lb
bond



(64 to 90
2
g/m ))
Color
(17 to 24 lb
bond



(64 to 90
2
g/m ))
Heavy 1 to
Heavy 5
(28 lb bond
to 60 lb



cover
(106 to 220
2
g/m ))
Heavy 6
(60 to 70 lb
—
—
cover

(221 to 256
2
g/m ))
Coated
(60 lb cover
to 140 lb
—
—
—
index
(106 to 256
2
g/m ))
2
*1 Thin paper 16 lb bond (60 to 63 g/m ) can be used.
*2 100% recycled paper can be used.
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Document
Insertion
Unit-P1
(16 lb
bond to
140 lb
index (60
to 256
2
g/m ))
*1
Document
Insertion/
Folding
Unit-J1
(16 lb bond to
140 lb index
(60 to 256
2
g/m ))
*1






















—
—
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Default Paper Types Table Continued
: Available
—: Unavailable
Paper Type
(Paper
Weight)
Paper
Drawers
1 and 2
(14 lb
bond to
80 lb
cover (52
to 220
2
g/m ))
Paper
Cassettes
3 and 4
(14 lb
bond to
80 lb
cover (52
to 220
2
g/m ))
Paper Source
Paper
POD
MultiDeck
Deck
Purpose
Unit-E1 Lite-C1
Tray
(14 lb
(14 lb
(14 lb
bond to bond to
bond to
140 lb
140 lb
140 lb
cover
cover
index (52
(52 to
(52 to
to 256
256
256
2
g/m ))
2
2
g/m ))
g/m ))
Document
Insertion
Unit-P1
(16 lb
bond to
140 lb
index (60
to 256
2
g/m ))
Document
Insertion/
Folding
Unit-J1
(16 lb bond to
140 lb index
(60 to 256
2
g/m ))
—
—
—
—
—
—




—
—
—
—


*3
Transparency
(40 lb bond to
—
—
—


66 lb cover
(151 to 180
2
g/m ))
Labels
(56 to 66 lb
—
—
—


cover (151 to
2
180 g/m ))
*4
Tracing
(17 to 24 lb
—
—
—


bond (64 to
2
90 g/m ))
Bond
(24 lb bond





2
(90 g/m ))
Tab
(56 to 80 lb
—
—



cover (151 to
2
220 g/m ))
Pre-Punched
(17 to 24 lb





bond (64 to
2
90 g/m ))
—
—
—
Postcard


Letterhead
(56 to 66 lb
cover





(151 to 180
2
g/m ))
*3 Use only LTR or LTRR transparencies made especially for this machine.
*4 Some types of tracing paper cannot be used.
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14.7 Paper Sizes and Feed Location Chart
The default paper types registered in the machine are shown in the table below.
The Paper Deck Unit-E1, POD Deck Lite-C1, Document Insertion Unit-P1, and
Document Insertion/Folding Unit-J1 are optional.
: Available
Paper Size
—: Unavailable
Width x Length
11” x 17”
11” x 17”
LGL
8 1/2” x 14”
LTR
8 1/2” x 11”
LTRR
11” x 8 1/2”
STMTR
5 1/2” x 8 1/2”
EXEC
7 1/4” x 10 1/2”
4” x 5 7/8”
to 11 3/4” x
17” (100 mm x
148 mm to
297 mm x
431.8 mm)
5 1/2” x 7 1/8”
to 11 3/4" x
17" (139.7 mm x
182 mm to
297 mm x
431.8 mm)
4” x 7 1/4”
to 11 3/4” x
17” (100 mm x
182.2 mm to
297 mm x
431.8 mm)
Custom Size
Free Size
Paper Source
Paper
POD
MultiDeck
Deck
Purpose
UnitLiteTray
E1
C1
Document
Document
Insertion/
Insertion
Folding
Unit-P1
Unit-J1
Paper
Drawers
1 and 2
Paper
Cassettes
3 and 4
—
—




—
—







—
—
—









—
—
—






—


—


—
—

—
—
—
—
—


—

—
—
—
—

—
—
—
—
NOTE
For instructions on loading and orientating paper, see the Maintenance e-Manual.
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15. Image Quality Capabilities
IMPORTANT
Following installation and setup, it is strongly recommended that owners of the
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series print and store samples of the image
quality the product is capable of producing. These samples should serve as a
benchmark, against which subsequent image quality can be referenced. Samples
should be made using as many applications, media, and paper types the owner
intends to use on the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500 Series.
15.1 Customer-Defined Image Quality Adjustments and Recommendations
Customer-defined image quality adjustments enable the customer to enhance the
productivity of the machine. There are several user modes, such as the Adjust
Image Quality and Paper Type Management Settings modes, which provide
adjustment functions, to help maintain the desired image quality for each job.
These settings also aim at reproducing optimal images under variable factors (i.e.,
changes in the environment and deterioration due to aging).
To achieve the best image quality the following factors are recommended:
• Tighter control of the temperature and humidity will result in tighter image quality
consistency in the device.
• The device must be properly maintained, which includes performing preventative
maintenance as scheduled.
• To maintain consistent image quality on the device, the customer should perform
a Full Auto Gradation Adjustment once a day and whenever a change in print
quality is noticed. Follow these guidelines to adjust the machine properly:
­ When adjusting the machine, make sure to perform an Auto Gradation
Adjustment on the engine first, and then on the RIP.
­ If an EFI controller or Canon controller is being used, use 11” x 17” or LTR
paper when performing an Auto Gradation Adjustment.
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15.1.1 Adjust Image Quality Modes
The Adjust Image Quality mode enables the user to make fine adjustments to the
printed image. For more information on specifying the Adjust Image Quality
modes, see “Adjustment/Maintenance,” in the Settings/Registration e-Manual
included with the machine.
The following items can be adjusted through the Adjust Image Quality menu:
• Auto Adjust Gradation
• Fine Adjust Zoom
• Correct Density
IMPORTANT
• It is recommended to select [Full Adjust] when performing an automatic
gradation adjustment. Select [Quick Adjust] to perform a quick, but less
complete adjustment between regular full adjustment recalibrations.
• This machine adjusts the toner and print speed according to the paper type. To
make effective adjustments, select the correct paper type.
15.1.2 Paper Type Management Settings
The Paper Type Management Settings mode enables the system administrator
to improve the image quality output result by precisely registering the type of
custom or standard paper settings that are frequently used in the machine.
The following items can be adjusted through the Paper Type Management
Settings menu:
• Basis Weight
• Type
• Adjust Creep Correction
• Finish
• Color
• Name
IMPORTANT
• The Paper Type Management Settings mode is only available from the
Management mode.
• For more information on specifying the Paper Type Management Settings
modes, see “Registering/Editing Custom Paper Types,” in the
Settings/Registration e-Manual included with the machine.
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16. Responsibility Matrix
Action
Ensure adequate space and power to properly install the
machine.
Verify floor strength and level.
Ensure that the equipment can be delivered to the site, and that
the path is clear and unobstructed.
Unpack all delivered items.
Install all system hardware.
Connect all system components.
Install printer files and server.
Ensure network configuration, and confirm that the device is
attached to the network.
Install client workstation network software.
Order and replace, as necessary, replaceable items (i.e., drum
cartridges and toner).
Order and replace the waste toner container, as necessary.
Responsibility
Customer
Dealer
Provide technical support.
Provide on-site support.
Establish an installation file of a typical job, and retain for future
reference.
*1
Perform an Auto Gradation Adjustment as needed.
Back up important data, such as Inbox and Address Book
contents on the machine’s hard drive periodically.
Secure data stored on hard drives and in the Advanced Box.
Storage of the TPM encryption key (if TPM setting is set to ‘On’).
*1 For more information, see “Adjustment/Maintenance,” in the Settings/Registration e-Manual
included with the machine.
Primary customer applications for using this equipment:
Special considerations or performance limitations:
I have received a copy of this document.
Customer:
Sales Person:
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